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

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

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

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University of Florida
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I Combining THE JEWISH UHHY and THE JEWISH VJIEKLY
h 31__Number 25
Miami, Florida, Friday. June 21, 1957
Price 20c?
L Opposition Voiced to Question on Religious Affiliation in I960 Census
YORK The American
Congress Wednesday voi-
to opposili'-n to inclusion of
L-jstion concerning religious
or belief in the next
us m 160. Noting that
luve been increasing de-
ition
mands" for such a question in
the forthcoming decennial census,
the American Jewish Congre
serted its opposition on grounds
that the proposal is 'unconsitu
tional and an unwarranted inva-
sion of privacy of Americans
This action, in the form ol a
resolution, wai taken at a meeting
"I tne organization's executive
committee here.
In opposing the Federal cen-
sus question with regard to re-
ligion, Rabbi |,r.el Goldstein,
president of AJCongress, point-
ed out that under the Constitu-
tion no person may be compell-
ed to profess belief or disbelief
in any religion. If, however, a
question about religious affilia-
tion were to be inserted in the
census, all persons would be
compelled under threat of im-
prisonment to profess belief or
ite
Department Denies U.S. Dissuaded
Bonn from Diplomatic Ties With Israel
| Mum on Soviet Delivery
0/ Three Submarines to Egypt
9 JTA By Direct Teletype Wire
WASHINGTON- State Department sources Wednesday denied re-
: ports that the tinted States dissuaded the West German Government
lrom establishing diplomatic relations with Israel.
German diplomatic sources said that the State Department advised
i West Germany to defer diplomatic recognition of Israel until improve-
ment occurs in the Arab-Israel situation.
But I VS. officials Wednesday held*--------------------------------------------
! that the Bonn Government arrived
disbelief in religion. Refusal to
answer is a penal offense ac-
cording to Federal law.
The American Jewish Congress,
Dr. Goldstein continued, would
be "equally opposed" to the pro-
posal even if persons questioned
were accorded the option of not
answering. "Whether the proce-
dure is voluntary or involuntary,
the religious affiliations or be-
liefs of people are not the legit-
imate concern of democratic gov-
ernment committed to the prin-
ciple of separation of church and
state." he declared.
"Never before has our govern-
ment sought to inquire into relig-
ious affiliations or beliefs of
Americans. Inclusion of ques-
tions regarding religion in the
next Federal census is unprece-
dented in American history and
would constitute grave and dan-
gerous departure from this tradi-
ticui." he pointed out.
? WASHINGTON (JTA)- US at its own independent decision to
naval authorities Wednesday del postpone establishment of normal
dined comment on reports that jrelation- with braeL West Get-
Soviet Russia has delivered three j many was described as apprchen
submarines t<> Egypt. The reports, sive lest Egypt and Syria retaliate
received here, predicted possible by recognizing the Fast German
efforts to use the submarines to Communist regime. Such a devcl-
halt Israeli shipping in the Aqaba lopment would force Bonn to sever
Gulf by blockading the Red Sea ap relations with Egypt and Syria.
proaches.
Skepticism was expressed here in
naval quarters th.it the Egyptian
navy had psraonnel trained and
f. ALBIRJ PAUftt
. district prnie'taf-erecr
competent to operate the Russiain
submarines It facts emerge to show
that Russian sailors are manning
the submarine- il i- expected that
Washington's interest will lie dra-
matically intensified
(The Jerusalem correspondent of
Continued on Page 11 A
West Germany reportedly told
the State Department that it con-
siders its present reparations
contacts with Israel as sufficient-
ly adequate for the time being.
I S officials said the matter
I recently when Israel
MMfjri th Slate Department's good
otlice- toward the creation of Ger-
man -Israel diplomatic relations.
UN
In
Forces Kill 2
Upset at Gaza
Arabs
Strip
Vfloi B'rith to Open
{District Lodge Meet
Trith District Grand Lodge 5 opens a full convention pro-
Skis weeki -tudded by six lirsi lime events:
i Apuhi. -;habbat Friday night at North Sh< n lewish I en-
uring B'nai H nth dignitaries Philip M. Klutznick. Supreme Lodge
*nt, Julian Ulachman, Dis ?-----------------
I presid. nt; Julius Fisher.
ir>. I'r Maurice A.Goldberg.
lol governors; and president-
tE. Albert Pallot
IA Jewish A.lull Kducation sem-
iddresM.i hy Rabbi Irving
n. Temple Kmanu-El.
iUMclegates lireakfast Sun-
parniDg addressed by Rabbi
J Shapiro, national Hillel
A mass initiation cocoiwny
** 2:30 p.nv, welcoming
fi' vice oresident el the
"0 new B'nai B'rith monv
bers at rites led by Michael Sos-
South Florida Men's Council.
8. A special B'nai B'rith cunen-
Continued on Page 7*
PHILIP KlUTZHtCK
. international president
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
UNITED NATIONSTwo Arabs were shot and killed and a third
arrested by a United Nations Emergency Force patrol which had been
attacked hy an Arab group Tuesday night 500 yards from the armistice
damarcation line at the Guza Strip.
UNEF headquarters, which announced the action, said it took place
southeast ol Beit Hanun.
A patrol of four men from the Danish-Norwegian battalion saw
a group of six men moving in the direction of the demarcation line.
The patrol challenged the Arabs, whereupon six men moved toward
the UNEF troop?.
One Arab threw a knife at the troops, and the patrol opened fire.
Two Arabs wearing khaki uniform jackets were killed. The third was
taken into custody and the others fled. UN military observers are in-
vestigating further.
Eban, Dulles Air Aqaba;
Saudi Base is Criticized
WASHINGTON(JTA)Agitation by su(!i Arabian King Saud on
the Aqaba Gulf issue was discussed last weekend by Israel Ambassador
dor Abba Eban when he met with Secretary of State John Foster Dulles.
Israeli diplomatic sources revealed here. _____________._______^
Mr Eban raised the question oi*
!King Saud's policies in the gulf and connection with thewaterway^ Im-
'Saudi allegations against Israel in
New ArrestTReported in Russia
plications of the recent Saudi prop-
aganda were discussed. The Sec-
retary and the Ambassador also
held a general review of current
matters including economic ques-
tions.
rS Chronicle, one of Britain's
LONDON (JTA) Jews are Now^c "JJJJJ^ on ,he ^
being arrested in the Soviet (i( rts from Poles W^J
BOB* act.v- troni Kiev, the capital of the So
again
Union for alleged
ities" it is re
ported here in the _*""**
>
m
ers
Take Council for Judaism to Task
U/l#f fl'< ^ifh a (cw pjtifully confused mCn
f the ethically
YORK (JTA)-The Amer-, accepted as one (i]
*-of English Jewish News- functioning ""Jf^Sd,
oneluded its annual contorts are expended cotwtruc ^
here with the adoption of
u""n charging the anti-Zion
*"n Council for Judaism
""inn n I at ions between
MBsJewt and Jewa.
; publish, i -
representing 28
w 22 -tales, said in the
*a- their "considered
for the benefit of society
resolution said that the aims and
.ctions of the .n..-Z,on.s gn-P
-have proved detrimental to Jew
tab life. Us leadership speaks J
term, of blind hatred s member
Utip. limited in numbers.
- mrir eonsioereo i .i,,.
1 the A(J -cannot be'most part Wnl o( m
1-sUiS
create.
SS&w*g
Tducation. to ph.l.n.hropy P-
Conlinoodon Pag. SA
Meanwhile, Sen. Hubert H.
Humphrey aired his impatience
over the lack of State Department
progress on the matter of Saudi
Arabian discrimination against
American Jewish military person-
nel.
The repatriates said that So-
viet security police searched the
home of the arrested Jews, rip-
ping up floors, pulling apart
walls and soiling letters, papers
and photographs establishing
links between the arrested peo-
ple and relatives in Israel.
. thP same time the Moscow questioned Assistant Secretary of
S -STB.CV1552 &SSB
Izvestia, olticiai or* ^^ ^ sa,is[actorv understand-
Soviet Government, carries an ap- ^ ^m Saudj Arabja on the policy
peal allegedly issued by Orthodox Qf nonKjiSCriminatory treatment.
Jews in Moscow asking that "in gen. Humphrey wondered how sen-
ihc name of God." further atomic ;ously the State DePrtn.ent has
the name oi u. d th matter, and whether it
bomb tests be discontinued. ^ | {J^ ^ Kins Saud ,he text of a
vestia added that the Jews also | ^^ resoiution, adopted last sum-
uraed that the manufacture of mer whjch denounced discrimina-
nuclear weapons be halted and all tion against United States citizens
ZZZ be destroyed.
The Senator from Minnesota
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Quiz Artist Koo Gives Us Lesson in Democracy
'Within four seas, all men are brothers." These words from the teachings of Confucius were oft
repeated by a little Chinese boy in his grammar school classes. But only until 1948, when he came to the
United States, did he fully grasp the meaning of these words.______________________
So says Dominic Koo. the I'm------"---------------------------------~------------
versity of Miami law graduate who Brotherhood Week, published last at least half to those charities that
recently won $16,000 on the "$64, vcar received wide attention.
000 Question," national TV quiz '
show.
The alert, oe-sectdded vouth 40.000.000 during his recent dra-
discovered true democracy-inaction ma,lc appearance on the TV show,
as a student at the University of ne was Plainly scared, Koo says.
serve the greatest number of peo-
pleaccording to the best Amer
W.he!'*,e. faced *.n audience. ci Ncan democratic principle!."
Named at the four beneficia-
ries to there in the windfall war*:
Minnesota, where he completed h.sBut ,hen he remembered his col- (1) the United^ Jewish AwnIj
post-graduate work. Both there.!'pKe fnends in Miami, those who
and at the University of Miami
where he studied law. Koo was wel-
comed at once.
We wet Invited to join Tau
kappa Eptilon fraternity and Tau
Eptilon Rho national law fratern-
ity. Ha graduated with a bache-
lor of law* degree from the Unl- ]
versity of Miami in June, 195*. ;
Me wat editor of the law school's
publcations, "The Lawyer" and ,
"The Barrister," and contributed
articles to the student weekly
newspaper.
had encouraged him to tackle the
job. and he went ahead with re-
newed confidence.
(2) the proposed Baptist Hospital
of South Miami. (3) a Catholic
parochial school under construc-
tion here; and (4) an orgeniiatron
year ho becomes mn American
either*. V-
Koo's category was "Americana,
with tough questions on U.S. his-
tory, slang, football, and popular | Last week Koo presented a check
MBBie, (for $1,000 to John Serbin. chairman
He reached the 516.000 spot and ,ne Combined Jewish Appeal in
decided to quit because "a bird in 'ceremonies at the University of
the hand is worth two in the booth."
, When his accountants asked him
what he would like to do with his
winnings. Koo thought careiuliy for
ja while.
a noteworthy articie by Koo on Then he said: "I want to give
To help rescue and resettle 100.000 Jewish refugee and sup-
?nr,n wo!}dwt,de wella"> causes. Dominic Koo (center) aives
S1.000 to Combined Jewish Appeal of Greater Miami. Koo.
^y-year-cld Chinese-American, is a University of Miami law
graduate who recently won S16.000 on "$64,000 Question" and
pledged half his winnings to four charities. CJA chairman
onn berbin (right) accepts contribution as Dr. Franklin Wil-
liams. UM vice president, looks on.
Miami, with his friend and coun
sellor. Dr. H. Franklin Williams,
school vice presideent, standing
proudly by.
The Coral Gables ite told news-
reel cameramen and reporters that
he was "the happiest pauper alive,"
He plans to return to quiz jousts
again, where he can firmly estab-
lish his championship as the "Chin-
<-< American who knows more
about America than most Ameri-
cans."
In two weeks he expects to ap-
pear on the "564,000 Challenge"
in New York. He's now busy
collecting material for a booh and
it looking forward to 140, the
year he becomes an Amrkan crt-
iien.
Now and then the 29-year-old
lawyer-to-be looks hack to thcc
daya in Shanghai during World Wa;
II when his lather. Francis Koo,
befriended groups .>i Jewish refu
PM who had fled Nazism
He remembers them clearly, he
saystheir abject fear, their hope-
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\abbis Censure New
Conservative Temple
g^jter Miami Rabbinical Assn. Wednesday went on record
in* with di^avor the attempted establishment of a new <,,
Synagogue in the North Shore area."
*MSeci&aiL
Ii(in
action
came as the
* designed to dis
Z establishment of Temple
rTmid st "h st and TatUm
'" v Muini !<;.ch. four blocks
|tlK Vorth Shore Jewish Cen-
[frcordin, to R.W*|'I|;
Gctater Miami Rabbinical
SmMmi*. ** TmW oH|-
,tivt already been approech-
Rjbbi Irvin9 Lehrman,
Em.nu El spiritual lead-
Tgrf Rabbi Leo" Kroniah, #
Serbin Gets
rard Award
i Serbin has been awarded a
Temple Bath Sholom, "in in at-
tempt lo forastall the creation of
tha synagogue under such circum-
stances."
Rabbi Skop said that during
these deliberations, the unethical
procedure was pointed out to
them."
1-Tllt^KfflTnical As'sfP^roclifca-
tion declares in its entirety that:
"The Rabbinical Assn. ol Greater I
Miami, consisting of all recognized
Orthodox, Conservative and Reform
rabbis, views with disfavor the at-
tempted establishment of a new
Conservative synagogue in the
North Shore area.
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Anna Miller Circle Meets
Anna. Miller Circle of Miami
Beach met Tuesday evening at the
Elks Lodge, 720 West ave. Miss
Grayce Greenwald presided.
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TRULY NOLEN, i,,,
Saalh Fioridi'i lirr.i' Put Cin'-il ;.
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"To establish a congregation in
the immediate proximity of a hona
College Honorary Fresh-|fjde existing congregation without
benefit of consultation with the na-
tional Conservative movement as to
the'need for another congregation,
suggests irresponsible action
[Scholarship (or the academic
hi
young Miami Beachite. of
| Adams ave received word of
fiward recently from Wallace
Jd, director of freshman
hip, ho informed Serbin
general admission to the
I Class of 1961.
[He Harvard Collate Honor-
lf Scholarship is new non-
ary award established
l rtar to recognise otitstand-
iattllectual promise
i sf character and
.; McDonald declared.
In given to those members of
battenng class who would clear-
Ik granted stipendiary scholar
I swards if their circumstances
financial assistance."
five percent of the Class
I vill be accorded this honor,
! to the Harvard official.
I the son of Mr. and Mrs.
iSerbin, noted community lead-
He i> entering the School
Bess and 1-iw.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, spiritual leader of North Shore
Jewish Center, distributes special Bas and Bar Mitzvah Cer-
tificates to Beverly Zlotshewer and Michael Blacker. Distri-
bution of certificates highlighted program at annual dinner
party sponsored by Center for boys and girls who were Bar
and Bas Mitzvah during the past year.
Miami Public library Slates Great Motion Picture Series
During July and August, the Mi- Fairbanks; and Marlene Dietrich
ami Public Library, 1 Biscayne|and Gary Cooper in "Desire." A
blvd., will show four films from'short featurette, "Sex Life of the
York's famed Museum of. Polyp," and "Desire" are the only
"Furthermore, the association
is convinced that !- establish
such a synagogue under present
circumstances can only lead to
bitterness and chaos in the Jew-
ish community. The life of any
synagogue must rest upon the
highest and noblest ethical ideas
f Judaism.
"After repeated attempts on the
part of the association to meet with
the leaders of the proposed Ner
Tamid synagogue, which were re
fused, the Rabbinical Assn. ol
Greater Miami therefore:
"Refuses to recognize the group
knowiv as the Ner Tamid Synagogue
as a bona fide congregation. Resi-
dents of the affected area are
strongly urged not to associate
themselves in any way with this or-
ganization.
Rabbi Morris A Skop. president
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot, secretary "
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5. f m?! *? *M matUr July 4, 1M0. at Ml. Po.t
and th. j.t!.K !2 ,d2fn h" '> Jw'H Unity
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Volume 31 Number 25
Friday. June 21, 1957
22 Si van 5717
A Viewpoint Reexamined
The Greater Miami aiea continues to grow
by leaps and bounds, and with it the Jewish
community. There is no question that particular
areas within the whole are expanding at an
inordinately rapi^ rate.
This means that additional Houses of Wor-
ship to meet the spiritual nseds of the commun-
ity regularly join existing ones. Ideally, such
additions should reflect sound planning prac-
tice. Often, however, they do not; planlessness
frequently becomes more apparent than else-
where precisely in those areas whose expan-
sion rate is so rapid.
We are not at this moment concerned with
whether the establishment of a new Conserva-
tive synagogue here is either warranted or
necessary. Usually, the leadership connected
with such a venture and the need for it deter-
mine its success of failure.
We are, however, concerned with the
soundness of the local Jewish community's
growth, as well as with its unity of purpose.
We therefore, strongly suqgest to the leaders
of the new Conservative synaqoaue in the North
Shore area that their establishment iust four
blocks from an already-existinq Conservative
congregation represents an error in viewpoint.
Certainly these leaders are not attempting
to place themselves into a competitive position-
nor do they hope to exalt themselves person-
ally. Their overzealousness to further the
spiritual life of the North Shore area to their way
of thinking does, however, contribute to com'
munaty turmoil and indicates lack of proper
judgment. *^ r
GRADUATION TIME
It is our belief that it is not too late for these
leaders to find a new location, which would
accomplish their ends serving the growing
spiritual needs of the area without contrib-
uting to a qenerally-deplored unplanned pat-
tern ot communal development.
The Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn. this
week went on record as viewing with disfavor
he establishment of the new Conservative syn-
agogue so close at hand to another Conserva-
tive congregation. If the new group is sincere
m its purposes, its leadership will not hesitate
to consider the best interests of the community
A New Award Revealed
Greater Miami Jewish Federation is to be
congratulated for the recent establishment of its
Presidents' Leadership Award."
This award consists of a grant for two
young adults to attend the annual General As-
sembly of the Council of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds.
Council is the parent body of Federations
across the nation, and delegates to the annual
Assembly participate in the deliberations of
many top Jewish leaders, who gather to discuss
the manifold thorny issues confrontinq their
communities.
As participants in these deliberations win-
ners of the "Presidents' Leadership Award" will
gain the knowledge, experience and compe-
tence of future leaders that comes from intimate
identification with veterans in the field.
In thi sense. Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration recognizes the need to create new lead-
ers from amonq our promising younq men and
women. For on their shoulders will fall the
task in the not distant future of planninq and
fund raising to fill the needs of Jewry here,
acrosp the nation and overseas.
A well-infcrmed "younq leaders circla."
properly oriented by our leaders of today. i3 the
best possible guarantee cf a vital Jewish com-
munity tomorrow.
B'nai B'rith Convention
District Grand Lodge 5 of B'nai B'rith opens
its 81st annual convention in Miami Beach this
weekend. The five-day convention will be the
first to take place here in eleven years.
Delegates from the seven-state district rep-
resent some 22.500 B'nai B'rith members.
Greater Miami takes the opportunity of wel-
coming the convention to this area. Many im-
portant items on the agendas of both the men's
lodges and women's chapters will constitute
the Bnai B'rith deliberations.
This 113-year-old international Jewish fra-
ternal order has an august history. In our own
time, it is the source of activity for Anti-Defama-
tion League. Hillel Foundation and other pro-
grams that serve to enrich B'nai B'rith participa-
tion in Jewish tradition and to safeguard the
principles of democracy.
The roster of leadinq personalities sched-
uled here in addition to district officers, such as
Supreme Lodge president Philip Klutznick. J.
\Lu^t u u ^L'8 na,ional direc,0r ol Admin-
istration. Hillel director Rabbi Judah J. Shapiro
and Supreme Lodge vice president Maurice
Bisgayer. attests to the siqnificance of the 81st
annual convention occasion.
i^v/Tv. Grea,er Mian>i. the convention high-
lights the election of E. Albert Pallet as district
president This, in conjunction with the sched-
uling of the meeting here, emphasizes Miami's
1!^T"9 Yw P u,al role in reaional nd na-
tional Jewish affairs.
.....
Rabbinic Group to Meet
Also scheduled to meet here beqinnina
SEE!?7 Vhl Central Con n M ,ChBOPT ,U 68,h annual "nven
tion on Miami Beach.
n,Ahi" 2! uhe ^ ,ime ,hal th Conier-
allons "^ a" ",,e ,or iU deUb"
To be discussed are political, social and re-
Zl HebrewConf nations opened an o
here in Miami early rast fall.
..iU f Wh'Ch a,,e8,s to UAHCs qrowina
significance in the area, a, well as to he
growth of the Reform Jewish corrunu^ty
He's Afraid to Stir trot
For Heavily Burdened 7e,
A MAN WITH well-known name stopped in to so- ih^
** pendent. The visitor hod copy ohhi corr n I "1
- warning that the Ar.b states are preparing 0 kn/nTh ent'
Israel front this summer-along the chplomaUc f '* **
ous capitals, by more direct means if political man 5
produce the type of anti-Israe. results th? Arabs IT^
Why don t you let well enough alone'" demanded
The correspondent had never before met ,c ? ""
but he knows the type. The man who felt that the ,
was well enough" .is Jew-of the kind thafn ?*
of independence, would say in effect: "Israel would be ok
only changed its name to Irving." This type of Jew j. Jn
ashamed of the very name of the Jewish State; like tnc '
in Hitler's Germany, he has forgotten everything learned^
However the critic does have a name that' we 1 Sw
swer is in order. Here it is: wn
. a!2 ?"r^ ,lst Week'the Ewnom'c Council of the Arab Le,
nrUn? x?* Z"*?** Wlth ,he una* adopioVo?
prong resolution calling for: y 0I
1. Blacklisting of all concerns that sell vehicle to [arid
craft") motorcar8' trucks nd JPs but also tractors
2. Blacklisting of all foreign companies which have d
or wril contract to sell to Israel "any" services or goad* fl
goods or services for purely civilian consumption)
3 Tightening the Arab League's "unified boycott system
Israel.
tion o?AhWiYi,rk TLmnS FCaCted editoriall> Ik* km I
"Thell!"T bel"*fren 8-'nst Israel by declaring
tions h^ ^ aCt'!? iS "0t nly an aftrom "n
h a k ,M> PrP*e the Arabs own professions of peaceful intent and in partt
4 KifUTAriON Of AKAB C0MHAIHTS
j^N ARAB SPOKESMAN discussing the Times editor.!
correspondent found it possible to dismiss the firs! thr
Ir.n /""k'"0"!! ,ndic,T",t wi,h ,he ^^ ^ d-Morting chart
01 all Arab spokesmen here. It was Israel, he insisted, than
ironting -the comity of nations;" it was Israel that violal
Charter through its Sinai campaign (although, in six General AT
resolutions, calling for Israel's withdrawal of troops Israel
even accused, let alone condemned, of such a charger the i
sincere" when they talk of peace-but they "do not want
Israels terms.'
We shall examine in a moment what the Arab terms for
irtk a I* ,Urn now to tnc fourth eh'fRe made by the Times (
te Arabs' violation of a "specific Security Council decisioJ
Arab spokesman had the cheek to assert that there never wa
decision by the Council.
o- .'"Si? ,hc UN books resolution adopted b] the Cu
J>ept. I. 1951, calling upon Kgypt "to terminate the restriction,
passage of international commercial shipping and goods thrd
Suez Canal wherever bound." That well-known point in A
freedom of passage through the Suez is the tenth clause ia 1
resolution. But UN resolutions must be read as a whole
Clauses 1 and 2 in the 1951 resolution recalled that botL
and Israel had pledged in the armistice agreement of 19491
further acts of hostility" and "to contemplate the return tfl
nent peace."
Ciauses a. 4 and 5 noted that both parties to the armistic.
ment had forsworn belligerence and that neither party can re^
assert that it is actively a belligerent.
Another clause held that Egypt's blockade of the Sue
against Israel shipping "is inconsistent with the objectives of .
ful settlement between the parties and the establishmnt of a]
nent peace The resolution further found that a practice like]
blockade of the Canal against Israel shipping "cannot in the
ing circumstances be justified on the grounds that it is neces
self-defense "
There is the lawas laid down by the Security Council .
resolution has never been revoked; furthermore, it has been rea,
in Council and Assembly debates times and again; as recentljj
Council debate of last October, on the Suez issue, the 1951 rei
was reaffirmed by Secretary of State John Foster Dulles as wel
the Foreign Ministers of Britain and France.
Thus we see that the Times editorialist knew whereof hi
when he held that the Council has denied to the Arab states bell
rights against Israel.
UT'J KM THt nrntu Mr
JHERE STILL REMAINS one Arab claim-that the Arab stj
want peace, but not on Israel's terms. What. then, are tl
terms for "peace?' i
It would be easy enoughif boring because of repetition from official statements by leaders of the governments ( Syf
Egypt who assert that their idea of "peace" is the eliminate
reel But. the critic will say. there ll now a split In the Arab T
he will maintain that Syria and Egypt no longer speak for all tl
states, certainly not for Jordan or Saudi Arabia.
In response, one notes first that the League's Economic
decision to reaffirm and tighten the anti-Israel boycott was L
unanimously at the Cairo meeting which was attended by repr
hS*"mv Ar*D states, including Saudi Arabia and Jordan.
Secondly, it may be pointed out that even Iraqone of I
members of the Baghdad Pactwas represented at the Cain
meeting
Finally, for the sake of brevity, the pithicst of recent Aral
ments on "peace" with Israel is worth quoting. That s'
peared May 8, 1957 in the Jordanian newspaper '"-j
paper which often speaks for King Hussein's government and
nas back. in in his recent troubles. Said "Falastin."
Our short range alan is to contain the State of Israel. On
range aim is to wipe it off the map. Let us act on this bi
"In the prevailing circumstances" (to use the Council
one can only hope that krael keep its powd.



(or All Persons of Jewish Thought
fc^ Jewish Florl41n:
, stern s Utter to the
K,h he h.ils the de-
fjje Con>frvaUv move-
'VJdiv Schools reminds
Eiirterpretattoti l once
.'..he Bihli'-'1 Passa8.re-
7 Balaam- proclarnat.on.
liivan- thy tents O J
Cnl::^ I this m erpre-
Em's words constituted
l Messing, heingtrant-
& "hoW goodly-
CrarM,.rtl-nts.OJob.
^effing placet, O Israel.
iUv thai if nly the Jews
Inc u? ,h M,urce of thKU
1 ad tilth, ihon it would
[,,de(eal thi-ui. Balaam's
fJod!) tame not from a
ItaiiruKi an .lu-my.
H^prct the decision to open
ols a- an act of regret, as
["to Orth 'doxy, to observe
gaily the 'lost s>eep" and
ill be accepted La,
jlmildiv. out at all ethjcal
, pert ol a rabbi. Where?
What" Da) Schools have
Kadstence in Conservative
loon- f..r a long time.
Hitntui difference be-
, Orthodoxy and Ceneerva
[jsetivm is to be found net
adaptation to given cic-
ind situations. After
r ut tht lot of his .own
rflwajrt
ft there many Sabbath vio-
imone supposed Orthodox
Wh) doesn't the worthy
[tteck how many Jews who
hi v>naogue wear a
Hen"" How many Ortbo-
sit day and night play-
; and how many frequent
gue daily to study Mish
|Wmud How many Orth-
iwill he (ind Friday eve-
iist concerts, and bow many
itely "welcome the Sab-
Fat the dances on 21st st.
respects there is unfor-
w> little difference be-
i these two interpretations.
jsno clear line of demarca-
tsVanuy children receive no
lducation and how many re-
fabare m.nimum even in the
ITorah-
Mas become- obvious that
i a much work to be done
"the day is short, and there is much
work." >,JI gre?1 writer Pweu wrote
long ago that one
nee to the forbidden meat of
pork, especially when used a* .
""9." when at the same time
RabM Sttrn might find out how
"ny Orthodox Jews and their
children patronize a Kosher but-
cher shop.
It would be much more ethic, him t.f th '" fCCt may lead J?" 5M there is nothing t0
)t to engage in conZ. I \nZ ?'** the hands b? hP* ber to fulf.l ,he r hh ; !!Ch mf PUt ?," Vhe "te,il,en-" th* *e p,?ency and "" We need
"Wise men hlld h LWZ """V"6 "*"*b." U how- rabbi> *ho think in peaceful terms
irri wise men should be careful ever, one does not apply his hart
in their> speech, much better when than it may be a blessing in vain
espec.ally rabbis would be lover- The Conservative am? Orthodox
of peace and pursuer, ol peace." in rabbi. mion, p(,ck |n ^ J*
stead of writing letter- with "need-'.night or m ih,.r ZZ J.. >
not
bette
turn.
les."
need i night or any other night at the dog
and horse races; there, too. one
Oh. yes, the Orthodox prav many ?cs no (llffer,,nee among our young
more pages. However, who better ncan J,ws' ('(,d ulcss 'hem.
than Rabbi Stern should know that On* must toll eh. .. .u
it is not the quantity that ,,,um-. one s XLVZ 7" *
but rather the kavanah. SSJatTLj ? rS
peaceful terms
about all Jews, not those who stand
haughtily ready to receive the "sin-
ners." You don't throw stones at
someone else's roof, when you
yourself live under a roof of glass.
After all, we've never heard of a
Conservative synagogue becoming
Orthodox; the reverse, however,
happens every day.
MOSHE BLOSHSTEIN
Miami
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Publishers Take Council for Judaism to Task
Continued from Page 1 A
sent it as an entity in Jewish life
to the millions of Americans who
appreciate these qualities in their
neighbors." These non-Jewish
Americans, the publishers said,
inevitably give some credence to
the organization's "constantly re-
peated implication" that Jews
who support the cause of Israel
"cannot be loyal Americans."
The Publishers again elected to addressed to Abraham Slabot, pres-
the executive committee the follow- ident of the association, read:
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Klias K. Jacobs, publisher of the
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N V Myer Keleman, of the B'nai
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would like to add my own personal
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The American Council for Juda iJU'eS Mi,ler publisher f the!*sl wisheS/ the members of the
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and "undermines the fine commun
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the treasured brotherhood which
unites American Jew- and non Jews
"in their common search for secur-
ity and happiness, the resolution
said.
Abraham Slabot. editor and pub-
lisher of the Jewish Ledger of New
Orleans, was elected to a second
term as president of the publi-her-
association. J. I. Fi-hbein, pub-
lisher of the Sentinel of Chicago;
Morris Janoff. publisher of the Jew-
ish Standard ol Jersey City; and
Arthur Weyne. publisher of the
Jewish Record of Atlantic City.
NJ. .were reelected vice presidents.
James Wisch. publisher of the Tex-
as Jewish Post of Fort Worth, was
named again to the post of secre-
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of the Southern l-raclite of Atlan-
ta was chosen again as treasurer.
the Jewish Advocate of Boston.
Philip Slomoviti, publisher of
the Jewish News of Detroit; Fred
K. Shochet, publisher of the Jew-
ish Floridian, of Miami; and Jac-
ques Back, publisher of the Ob-
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of the executive committee.
Pre-ident Eisenhower, in a mes-
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stating that the agency has served
the English-Jewish press 40 years
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New Oil Finds Told in Israel
Samuel Friedland. chairman of
the board of Food Fair Stores, and
Max Orovitz. utility executive, both
of N. Bay rd., Miami Beach, this
week received word of new oil dis-
coveries ..n their fields in Israel.
Official announcement of the dis-
coveries uas made by the Oil Pros-
pectors Corporation. Ltd.
The field is located at Burr,
about two miles, south of Israel's
only successful oil fiold at Helotx,
adjoining tho Gaia Strio. Tho
Heleti fiold is operated by Israol
Maurice Hyman and son Ronnie greet Hanoch Nenner. mayor
of Elath. Israel, and Mrs. Nenner at arrival in Miami. Nenners
appeared at Israel Bond rally in Algiers hotel Thursday. Mayor
Nenner told some 600 persons present about Elath's develop-
ment on Gulf of Aqaba. Ronnie Hyman will leave shortly for
Israel, where he has accepted a teaching job._________________
ADL Director Will Address Session
Burnett Roth. Anti-Defamation
I eague district chairman, Wednes-
day announced that a special ADL.
M'ssion will be held liondaj alter
at Waldman's CrOWB. hotel as
part of the B'nai B'rita District
Grand Lodge 5 convention here
this weekend.
J. Harold Saks, national direc-
tor of administration for ADL,
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f/f/V/e5 tfo/e //j Dead Sea Scrolk Emerges in New Light
"WASHIS'-.TON-The authenticity of the Dead Sea toe* has the scroll from a Bedouin fl~U. r______-____________....... ... .. .
of Wisconsin, writing in the cur-
rent issue of The National Jewish
Monthly, B'nai B'rith magaiine,
avers that the doubts raised over
the authenticity of the Shapira
Scroll are substantially weaken-
d by the recent Dead Sea dis-
coveries.
' committed suicide
olsed ol having forged the |
^Tont.:r,'.l a variation of
romnum.lment*. Made up
| JH,( embalmed leather..!
I.en m an archaic Phoeni
EeVir.pt and was found
|$ln.,,>nad in. cave near
.Scum experts who first
74 years ago scoffed
Tiheorv that the manuscript
A,,,, -n -erved for 2,000 vestifjation of th
|ba>etH"i Supporting him
Hyatt of
0r. Menahem Mansoor,
Lan o the Department of
, Studies at the University
egiim. He discovered sev-
eral bundles of very old rugs.
Thinking they might contain gold,
m peeled away a good deal of cot-
ton or linen, but only found
of black leather.
Dr. Mansoor, one of the scholars sP'rUs or wine, which made them
working on translations ol Hie Dead (legible.
Sea Scrolls, urges a full-scale rein-1 The
Shapira Scroll.
miliar phrase of the traditional ver-
sion. The Lord, thy God' being
replaced throughoutwith one or
exceptionsby 'God, thy God'."
These distinctions provided "one
of the illogical arguments" against
Shapira reportedly discovered the scroll's authenticity, Dr. Man-
the leather fragments were a man- soor declares, since one reason it
uscript after rubbing them with
strips
Scrolls in Jerusalem report that
"among the thousands of fragments
discovered, there were 13 from the
Book of Deuteronomy described
as the most popular Book in "Qum-
ran."
Some of the newly discovered
fragments are written in the
archaic Phoenician Hebrew script
similar to the Shapira Scroll.
The belief that no manuscript
same treatment, says Dr.
O^UI 'H,I,M*>, :>H1CC Wilt | Cd^Ull II J III' Unit i Ul.ll IIU Ill(llMi^ll)IL
was deemed a (raud was because could be preserved for 2,000 years
"it contradicted the Bible." | has now been proved wrong.
f
has now been proved wrong.
Modern findings, asserts Dr. Man-1 shapira, to whom the scroll
soor, have negated the principal brought ruin and death, at first had
-...'Mansoor. has been applied to re.'arguments against the Shapira' cherished a fond reward for his
ig him arc Dean I Phillip cent Dead Sea findings. Scroll. In the B'nai B'rith article 1 discovery. He wanted money to
the Vanderbill 1 Diversity Th), ,.,,.,, Ml,.,.,im ,.st placed ihe P0'"1* out lha,: !provide his daughter with a hand-
Divinity School, who i~ prc-ident cu-i.. .t,.*..\...
%\
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jT
AUKICC BIS6ATEI
- a value of one million guineas on
of the Society of B.....cal Literature, thr IIK,rui.mp, and appointed ex-
Dr. BjYeiyin. director ol Israel's ,)(.r,. examine thl, ,, ,,,,,.,.
Department ol Antiquities, and buying it.
other scholars. "
But a French expert. Dr. Cler
Their most perplexing problem. mont-Ganneau, denied permission
however, is to locate the Shapira ,,, ,1;iml|,. ,h(. leather strips, looked
Scroll. Its whereabouts haw been th0m over and labeled the scroll
unknown since the suicide ol its ,, fraud
discoverer. The British Museum Thereupon. British experts, head-
has only Photographic copies, made ,.,, ,jv [lr (.h|.|,,|:iu I)avu, Ginsburgi
when its experts iirst examined the ,.........UA c..........
document.
The Shapira Scroll aroused the
same public excitement in 1883
that discovery of the Dead Sea
Scrolls created in 1947. Actually,
it had been discovered, accord-
ing to Shapira, in 1878, but he
hesitated to announce the discov-
ery for fear of being called a
forger.
Scholars studying the Dead Sea I some dowry.
hai B'rith District
mention to Open
Continued from Pet* 1 A
i corporation chartered in Cir-
JCcurt to further the organiza-
n convention aims.
i*A first time "B'nai B'rith
," officially proclaimed by
_i Beach Mayor D. Lee Powell
[ifinal act before retiring.from
a distinguished Semitic- scholar,
changed their views and also de-
nounced the Shapira Scroll. Dr.
Glnsburg's verdict was based partly
on his conclusion that no manu-
script could last for 2,000 years
under or above ground. He theor-
ized that the Shapira Scroll had
i been chemically treated.
Shapira, disgraced by the offi-
cials pronouncements, departed
London, apparently bereft of his
reason. He wandered from one
European country to another. Fi-
nally, in Rotterdam, he shot him-
self. With him went all trace of
the scroll.
The significance of the Shapira
Scrollif it is authenticare the
avention headquarters are at
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Woman's activities will be head-
I b> Mrs. Philip Boblasky, presi-
snt < i District 5 B'nai B'rith We-
ll Convention committees have
aned full teenage, recreation
sightseeing programs, with
care and supervised
lylime.
[This marks the Iirst time in 11
ar-1 r B'i ii B'rith to hold a ; convention in the area. The
ent 81st convention was sched-
ln recognition of president-
: Pallot Greater Miami civic
*r. It i- expected* to be the
M. W. Shapira (even his initials
represent a mystery, for his full
name is unknownl was a Polish Jew
converted to Christianity, who be-
came a missionary and antiquities
dealer in Jerusalem. A number of
ancient rabbinic and Arabic docu-
ments which he uncovered had been jS aUUHMIlH.-IC l"
purchased by the British Museum vanatj0ns in its version of the Ten
for whom he acted as an unofficial
agent.
He had reason to fear being
branded a forger. Several years'
prior to the discovery of the scroll
he had been the dupe in a case of
forged pottery which he had sold to
the Berlin Museum.
Shapira. says Dr. Mansoor in the
B'nai B'rith article, told British Mu
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Eltis Adoption Pushes N. KJfalff
A Florida official's disclosure that Massachusetts has opened a new effort to stop Mr. and, Mrs.
Melvin B. EJlis, of Biarritz dr., Normandy Isle, from adopting Catholic-born Hildy McCoy came hard on tht
heqls in New York of an American Jewish Congress and New York Board of Rabbis proposal of an amend
ment to the New York State Constitution that would, in effect, permit inter religious adoptions when the
welfare of the child is at stake.
--------------------------------------------------------- Miss Frances Davis, director of
I Child Welfare for the Florida Pub-
lic Welfare Department, said she
I had received a letter from Patrick
| A. Tompkins. Massachusetts Public
Welfare CommiwtofMr. The letter
I listed 12 reaxm why the Ellist-
^lumld not be permitted to adopt
si\w.nold Hildy, who was born
out <>l wedlock to a Roman Catholic
mother.
Miss Davit said tha letter
would be given du considera-
tion," along with all other find-
ings : the internationally-cele-
brated case. The letter preenm-
ably was sent after May fi whan
Gov. LeRoy Collins refused to re-
turn the Ellises to Massachusetts
on a warrant charging them with
"kidnapping" Hildy.
In a curious accident of circum-
stance, the amendment to the New
York State Constitution was ad-
vanced by Leo Pfeffer. an attorney
l representing AJCongress and the
| New York Board of Rabbis, at the
hearings of the Temporary State
Commission on the Constitutional
{Convention. In a brief submitted
at the invitation of the Commission.
Mr. Pfeffer urged the amendment
of Article VI. Section 18. of the
present New York Constitution
which provides: "Whenever a child
is committed to an institution or
is placed in the custody of any
person by parole, placing out. adop-
tion, or guardianship, it shall be
so committed or placed, when prac-
ticable, to an institution governed
by persons or in the custody of a
person, of the same religious per-
suasion as the child."
Mr. Pfeffer argued that when
a secular court refuses to allow
an adoption, guardianship or
grant custody, contented t by
trie parents and not inconsistent
with the welfare | the child,
solely because of religious divers-
ity, it is allowing itself to be used
"as an engine for the purposes of
a rallgeus group
earelgnty ever its subjects."
"There can, of course, be mflSUU*-
tion of the right of a ehuWTITo~nr
Jrcise sDjrftual influence over par-
nts K more them ne| Xa consent
to the grant of cufftdfts&uardbC)-
ship or adoption to persona or in-
stitutions affiliated with a different
church. Nor can there be any ques-
tion of the right of the church," he
continued, "to employ ecclesiastical
sanctions to that end. Where, how-
ever, the measure proves unavail-
ing, the state(may not constitution-
ally impose the 'religious protec-
tion' provision as a bar. If it does,
it acts as an agency of religion in
r :"
The Ellies fied frftB>
Brookline. Mass ho^
" With Hildy af,eTTosld
court .pp.lU,okr|^.
Wond child. They w" 7*H
Miami Beach earl/ tSTje?*'
While waiting for Gov r .,
extradition hearing Ellises filed a PC., ont ^
under Florida law mZ f
imother. whos,Knedth'ln,natB
I to the Ellises for ad^jL"
,wM ten days old. later chan L"
| "nd. contending she did h
the Ellises were Jewish.
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Jen Grossman and Bruce Fabric axe sole recipients of Eagle
Scout citations made in Miami Beach district this year.
Two Eagle Scouts Added to M. Beach
Now Eayle added to Miami Beach
i.- Jon Grossman; age 13. son of Dr I
and Mrs. Leo Grossman, of 2900 N |
Bay rd. Jon is patrol leader ot
Ti' >p 35. He is also owner of the
C< el a 'I religious award. Ner
T-inid.
Eruce Fabric, age 13. is the see
onl Eagle added here He is M>n
< l :>r ami Mrs. Ben L. Fabric, ol
75(i8 W. Treasure dr. Junior as-
sistant KQUf master ef Troop 6. he
graduated in the first class gj the
Hi row school of North Shore Jew-
ish ("enter this week
junior rabbi for the student con-
gregation for the past two years.
Last summer, Bruce teught swim-
ming to Boy Scouts at Indian
Mound Camp in Wisconsin.
He has acted in the capacity of
He follows his two older brothers.
Stuart and Robert, who are also
Eagle Scouts. Hi* youngest brother.
El hot. is a Cub Scout in Pack 360
Both boys served as den chiefs
for the Cub Scouts and have par-
ticipated in various activities help
ful to the community. Jon and
Bruce attend Nautilus Junior High
School Theirs were the only Eagle
awards given in the Miami Beach
district this year
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season Wednesday evening at Beth
ei Congregation.
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A J bhloa, cultural chairman will
present report on the club's activ
itiei daring the past year. Also
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[orah Remains
For Jewry of
Symbolic
Our Time
B, RABBI HENRY OKOtICA
North Dad. Jawieb Canter
Our text i ak*n frofc the Book
0( Numbers. Chapter 16. In it is
rfoorted the open revolt of a man
Z the name of Korah. It is an
intcrestin>! account of human
frall,v It also offers an oppor-
luml; of study in history and
psychology The argument is
bout leadership and selection of
representatives for the position of
pnests in the Holy Temple. The
question was whether Aaron and
Moses were the legitimate lead-
ers of the Jewish people.
Korah inspired the conspiracy
nhich involved not only the au-
thenticity of Moses, but also the
divinity of the Torah. Korah was
a master agitator. He shrewdly
collected all dissatisfied people.
; CAHDLIUGHTING TIM
22 Sivan 6:57 pan.
9
namely, those who had aspirations
to high office and who were dis-
appointed with their stations in
life He used the line that the
whole congregation was holy, that
everybody was chosen to be a
leader.
He continued saying everyone
has the same privilege since the
congregation heard the command
ments at Sinai; that everything
which was revealed later simply
came from the minds of Moses
and Aaron. The fact was that
Moses, at no time, had any per-
sonal ambitions. He had no de-
sire to become a legendary figure.
Moses underwood the motives of
Korah when he heard him say
'K'doshim ate in" (Ye are holyi.
He knew that people would fol-
low a leader who would tell them
how good they were. Playing the
ego of people is a simple device
to become popular and liked.
Moses knew that the concept of
the Torah was "K'doshim tehyu"
that Israel shall strive for sanc-
tification. Nations and commun-
ities are not born by mere psycho-
logical tactics. A good human
being and a good community
strives and struggles for higher
RABBI HENRY OKOtICA
. metaphysical history
purposes and does not fall prey
to flattery.
Korah knew that theocracy was
not an accident born out of the
people. It was a message that
came to the people. It mattered
little who the messenger was. It
was not the result of the genius of
Moses that events happened. It
was the reflection of the Divine
that made its entrance into the
arena of history, regardless of the
personalities involved. This cru-
cial point of the birth of a nation
was to come regardless of ihe
leadership involved. Who is to
judge the worthiness of leaders
and of generations? Who knows
why any one generation must as-
sume historic tasks? Who, for
instance, knows why our genera
tion has been chosen to witness
the birth of a new Jewish state?
Who can tell why the problem
of dealing with the atom bomb has
come to our generation? Meta-
physical history, if it is true, does
choose its own generation and not
the generation its history. Moses
sensed all this, for was he not
called by God "My servant, the
humblest of men?" Moses had no
desire to contribute campaign
spoils in the form of political jobs.
Moses had no ambition except to
condition his people for the task
they were about to assume, name-
ly to become God's messengers.
How successful he was is borne
out by 3.000 years of history.
When we read Number 131 to
35, we see a pattern that repeats
itself in every generation. Jealous
minds question authentic leader-
ship and try to assume command
through power politics. Moses
turned to God and spoke the clas-
sic words in verse 15, "I have not
taken away an ass of anyone of
them, nor have I done wrong to
anyone of them." I have today
as much, or little, as I had when I
assumed my position.
Moses was a leader who never
gained financially or materially.
When Korah used subtle trickery
to gain power, Moses turned co
God and said, "Not my position is
at stake, not my leadership, but
thine, O Lord, thine word." Then,
the now famous natural phenom-
ena, eruption of the earth, took
place and consumed Korah and,.-
his party of 250 people. This ac-
count stands out as a reminder in
the annals of our holy Bible to
teach a lesson about people and
their leaders.
It crystalizes the true picture
of honest leadership. In every
generation, one can find would-be
leaders who are only interested
in their personal glory and suc-
cess. Moses surely would have
been ready to forgivft Korah: ho
might have even prayed for him
However, he asked for the sever-
est penalty because the question
of the authenticity of the Torah
was at stake.
It is the concern of all who are
interested in the preservation of
the eternal truth that the Torah
is God's word, which makes us re-
sponsible for the actions of indi-
viduals.
Korah remains a symbol.
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Centervative. Rabbi Yaakov Rosen-
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i v: p.m. Bel ii.....: "ltl*'i Urn
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BETH EL. SCO SW 17th ave. Or-
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BETH EMETH. 12250 N.W. 2nd
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BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rott-
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BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washing-
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Henry Okolica. Cantor Maurice
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Friday 8:11 p.m. Bervlce dedicated to
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. NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620
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FTrtdaj 8:1J pin. Sermon "Unity Un-
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Sermon: "Weekly Portion. Bar Mitt-
vah: M>i hael, eon of Mr. and Mra. rt-
i.in s.in.i: Barry*son of Mra. Pearl
Mlllman,
e a o
SOUTH DADE JEWISH CEN
TER. Reform. Rabbi Herbert M.
Baumgard.
FYlda} S:lf p.m. at Hi aterrick, Uni-
versity "( Miami. Bermon: "Purpoee-
ful Living."

SOUTHWEST JEWISH CENTER.
6438 SW 8th st. Conservative. Rab-
bi Abraham Levitan.
Prida) :! p.m. Service* and on.-.:
Mialiliat in honor of Mr. and Mrs. I.011H
Roth Servlcei ......ducted by Morns
llHirK president of the .....ntrH"";
ronflrmatlon claaa canflila. aneal
meeker: Cnarlee Coleman. Topic: Tie
1:, nu of Torah." m
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144
Chase ava. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor Samuel Kelemer.
Friday :15 i"'1- Saturday i;4:' "'"
TEMPLE SINAI of North Miami.
131st st. and N.E. 6th ave. Re-
form. Rabbi Banno M Wallach.
5720 SW 17th
P.abbi Alfred
TEMPLE ZION.
St. Conservative.
Waxman.
rrid.iv *:''<< I'.in Mo late service. B t-
urday 9 a.m. Bar aUtsvab: PaJiL ;n
61 Mr. and Mr*. Albert Papier; *
don, bob of Mr. and Mra. 8aaa Blum.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N.
Miami ava. Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham Herson. Cantor Albert
Glantz. ,
l-.i.lav s:;:n p.m. Service coMU tea
by Marshall II. Comla, praaidant of
congreaatlon. Onea Shaotoat n. -.
Mr. and Mra. Many Friedman, Bat ii -
day 9 a.m.
o
TORAH TEMPLE. 1254 West
ave. American Judaism. Rabbi
Abraham Cassal.
e e
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44
Zamora ava. Conservative. Rabbi
B. Leon Hurwitx. Cantor Rudolph
Brill.
Kiidav Ml !>.' Satin day <:M .
itar Mitavab: Blchard, on ol nr.
Mis Maeh Levy.
nl.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI.
2030 Polk St., Hollywood. Conserv-
ative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor
Yehudah Heilbraun.

ISRAELITE CENTER. 3198 SW
24th far. Conservative. Rabbi Mor-
ton Malavsky.
KVidu > 80 r '" Saturday I a.m and
n. Bar Mltsvah: Pred. h ol
Mi and Mrs. Albert Nabutovaky.

KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehr-
field. Cantor Abraham Seif.
, ,;,, ,-, |3 p.m. baturdaj
\., sermon.
> .;ii .i.ni.
Congregation
BETHEL
Expresses lit Gratitude
and Appreciation fo
CANTOR
LOUIS GARTENHAUS
'or the Wonderful Service
He Performed last
ftevouth. His Beautiful
Chanting Gave the
Congregation a Real
Oneg Yom Toy.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th
,t. Orthodox. R.bbi Alexander
Srosa.
a
HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS. 951
FST w.V. Cons.rvave.
n Samuel la "" f
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Morris Oartx officiates.
MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGA-
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Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Berele
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MONTICELLO PARK. 164th st.
.nd NE 11th eve. Cansaryai.va.
R.bbi Isaac Lerer. Cantor Manny
Mandel.
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TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701
Washington ava. Conservative.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Iv
raal Reich.
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Nathan JaOOOB.
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Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
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man.

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A Little Excerpt is a Dangerous Thing: Spinoza Still Sufft
THE ROAD TO INNER FREEDOM: The Ethics. By B.roch
Spinoza. Edited and with an Introduction by Dago-
bert D. Rones. 215 pp. Naw York: Philosophical
Library.
AUTHOR AND PUBLISHER Dafiobert D. Runes has edited
** a short volume of excerpts from Spinoza's "Ethics."
Dr. Runes, who has a penchant for abridging things, has
also appended a short introduction, in which he comes
down rather heavily on Spinoza's Jewishness, and on the
'Hebraistic spirit" of his philosophy.
There are afoot, and have been for some lime. porsis-
tent efforts to rediscover Baruch Spinoza as a Jew. This
Judaization of Spinoza today is as absurd as were the male-
i
MMM.TO\ FRMEMMMIV
dictions hurled upon him by the Jewish community in
1656. when, for daring to "look above and below." he was
hated, threatened, and finally excommunicated. One miv.ht
add that efforts on the part of liberal Christians to Chris-
tianize Spinoza are equally absurd, for they also looked
with extreme disfavor upon him; in the 1670's, his "Tract-
atus Theologico-Politicus" was placed in the Index by the
Roman church and its publication forbidden.
Dr. Runes writes that "This stress on the spirit of Ju-
daism, rather than its legalism. was the earliest expression
of a new ideology which in later centuries became the
bull of the Jewish Reform movement." and he bases this
upon his statement that "With Spinoza. Judaism took its
first steps away from the system of Orthodox observance."
Hans Speidel Was True to the Nazi Type
Washington
A STORM MAY erupt over the emergence of facts reveal-
** ing lhat the German General commanding NATO's
land forces in Central Europe helped arrange the murder
of Jewish and other hostages in World War II.
When I.I Gen. Hans Speidel was approved by the
United States as NATO commander, it was known that
Speidel would command U.S. troops in the NATO structure.
Washington officials sought to portray Speidel as a Ger-
man with a "clean record" and "100 percent anti-Nazi."
His appointment was thought politically expedient. Wash-
ington hoped selection of a German for the NATO post
would induce reluctant West Germans to support more
extensive remilitarization.
Today British authorities have come into possession
of official Wehrmacht documents of 1941-42. These docu-
ments establish that Speidel. as German Chief of .Staff in
Paris, was personally involved in the Nazi hostage system
involving brutal reprisals against the French population,
especially Jews.
One document is a February 28, 1942. report over
Speidel's name, from Paris to the Supreme Command in
Berlin. It reveals that when the French underground
struck against the invaders, German revenge was exacted
by shooting and deporting hostages described as "Com-
munists" and "Jews."
The 1942 Speidel report said: "The following security
measures have been taken ... six Communists and Jews
were shot in Paris on 2.2.42. One hundred Communists
DAY MM* SCHWARTZ
and Jews were transported to Compiegne for deportation
to the East. As a reprisal for the attack in Rouen on a
member of the Wehrmacht, 25 Communists and Jews were
shot on 21 2.42. As a reprisal for the attack in Tours on
3.2.42 on a member of the Wehrmacht, 25 Communists
and Jews were shot on 21.2.42. In Tours, extensive raids
on Communists and Jews were carried out, also leading to
arrests. In connection with some of the above measures,
1.000 Jews and Communists were ordered to be brought to
German prisons in readiness for deportation to the East."
Another official German Army document is a sum-
mary of Speidel's Sept. 9. 1941, report at a staff meeting in
Pans. Speidel described a visit to German headquarters
by Pierre Pucheu. Vichy Minister of the Interior. Pucheu
was informed. Speidel reported, that the shooting of the
three French hostages following an attack on a German
sailor was not sufficient.
The London Daily Express has opened a campaign to
expose the American-sponsored NATO commander. Lord
Russell of Liverpool, noted British jurist, made available
incriminating documents to the Daily Express. Lord Rus-
sell was war crimes advisor to the British forces in Ger-
many.
Lord Russell described the appointment of Speidel as
an "offense against the living and an insult to the dead."
He said the Speidel documents "leave no doubt that Speidel
was an important cog in the machinery for the oppression
of those Frenchmen who still showed a spark of resistance
to the 'master race'."
True Learning and TV's Quiz Knowledge
THERE HAVE BEEN a large proportion of Jews on tele-
visions $64,000 program, probably all traceable way
back to the Jewish thirst for learning. The grandparents
of many of those who have appeared on this program
probably sat all day long and "learned" the Talmud.
Education, not wealth, was (he old time Jewish ideal.
Most of the old-time Russian Jews were poor as church
mice, or shall I say synagogue mice. Synagogue mice were
even poorer than church mice, for most of the churches
were far swankier than the synagogues. A church mouse
turned up its nose at a synagogue mouse
They tell the story of one Polish Jewish rabbi uh<>
HERBERT G. MA MT
'Ariane' in New Form
Hollywood
"AR'ANE'" M0RE THAN a Quarter of a century ago a
** European picture classic with Elizabeth Bergner por
fraying the title role, once more has been shot for the
screen, with producer-director Billy Wilder sharing credits
with Allied Artists studio head Steve Broidy. Rarely has
the remake of a successful movie matched the original.
' Love in the Afternoon," as the story now is titled, is an
exception.
Audrey Hepburn brings out the delicate features of
Ariane Chavasse, as Miss Bergner once did those of Anane
Nicolaevna. The locale of the passionate yarn has been
switched from Moscow of yesteryear to the Paris of today,
but the conflict remains, in essence, the same.
Director Billy Wilder, much of whose earlier film work
has shown utter cynicism, redeems himself as a man with
heart with the filming of "Love in the Afternoon." The
psychological development shows tenderness and depth of
understanding. Photographed in old-fashioned black-and-
white, without the complexities of wide-screen innova-
tions, it is a sparkling gem of a motion picture in simple
frame.
* *
Buddy Adler and Samuel G. Engel, studio head and
producer at 20th Century-Fox, were not kidding when they
announced the intention to seek out new talent for the
movie "Bernardine," currently before the cameras, with
Henry Levin directing.
In addition to a much publicized talent search across
the nation, the studio has given young people already in
Hollywood an opportunity for important roles in "Ber-
nardine," based on the Broadway play of a few seasons
ago.
when handed a coin, didn't know what it was. He was told
you could buy fish with it. Only then did he begin to have
a monetary concept.
The real wealth of the pious Jew was learning. Today
when many Jews are not so pious, they cannot get the old
attitudes about learning out of their system.
Among the Jewish winners on the $64,000 program are
Hank Bloomgarden. Teddy Nadler, and Joyce Brothers.
Robert Strom is half and half. His mother is Jewish but
not his father. Robert has an older brother, who is said
to be as brilliant, named Stephen for Rabbi Stephen Wise.
It appears, before his birth, the Stroms had tried to adopt
a child but were turned down by all the agencies save the
1 i<>' Synagogue because of the mixed religions of the par-
ents. In gratitude to the Free Synagogue, when Mrs. Strom
birth to her own child, she named him after Rabbi
wise
Teddy Nadler. the St Louis son of a Jewish shoemaker,
can name some 1.500 battles of the Civil War. Probably
(.rant and Lee who commanded in the opposing forces,
couldnt have done so well. Michael Hilprin. a distin-
guished Jew of the last century, might have matched Nad-
ler. Some of the generals of the Civil War would turn to
h.m to verify their accounts. He had an encyclopedic
knowledge of the war and of many other things and. appro-
priately, contributed to many encyclopedias.
EMAXMMM SALPETER _
This is incredibly naive thinking if tk<
jacked logioally, the only possible conol iW
because Spinoza rejected the stri,, form2m "l".!
agogue of his time, he is the father of!S f th1
One may as easily say that Jesus or Paul u Jui<
father of the Reform movement-anrZ "mUar!
odox. I ,m sure, would go that far. t SM
look upon Spinoza as their spiritual predece*^'
are only fooling themselves; the onusTS?
pending on one s point of view, rests stnciy uith, ,
For the fact is that Spinoza was union? h,H
thinkers, but not singular in ll^SSL^*
E.isha ben Avuyah is toMrli^K^
amphv Sp.noia was f l*r*ugh..going Mon*
just God. pure and simole. unlike a liaim(*S4H
to develop his philosophy outside of the hdv77^
which he found too narrow and constricting,? ^
his distinction that for this, and ,n the caul fl
thought, he was martyred. M "
As a reviewer. I take a firm position ,;
abridgement of books, and I will defend m? all comers. Reading a condensed book is hkeTi
a painting with great holes in the canvas ButiL
as it is to curtail fiction, it is almos, impos,!*,."J
philosophy, particularly a philosopher like Spinoza .
thought progresses logically from step to step Ac,
example, on page 146 of Dr. Runes" book we find -s
speaking, God does not love or hate anyone On n
we find that "God. insofar as He loves H.mjf
man A reader who had not met Spinoza would I
ridiculous such an apparently bald contradiction for/
Dr Runes has left out are innumerable proposition*, n
and corollaries by which the one thought follow
pristine clarity from the other n
I am afraid I have reached the point at which Lawn
Sterne would say. "Dear readers, pray draw your owl
elusions from my story." Pray do.
BORES SMOLAR
AJC's Riverton Study
?Hi AMERICAN JEWISH Committee survey-of
only a part has been made public at this
known as "The Riverton Study." It took several yu..
prepare and deals with all aspects of Jewish life in!
United States It aims at establishing how observant |
Jews in America, what is their attitude toward Jewish i
ture and Jewish philanthrophy. It also seeks to estal
whether Jews in this country have the will to survi_
Jews, what is their conception of Jewishness, and howl
they feel among non-Jews.
Riverton is a pseudonym for the town in which the (
vey was conducted. It is an industrial town of ah
130.000 people among whom the Jews are seven per
The Jewish population there is, like the Jewish popuk.
in so many American cities, engaged in the professions!
trade. Two-thirds of the parents interviewed, and aim.
all adolescents, were American-bornand this, too,!
roughly the proportion one can find in other Jewish i
munities in the Middle Atlantic states.
Of the remainder, more than one half had come to L
country when they were less than 13 years old. All in
the Riverton Jewish community is not very different fit
scores of others. Eighty-two percent of the Jews beW
to at least one of the 40 Jewish organizations in town.i
many are members of non-6ectarian organizations as t
How do Jews in Riverton view themselves, and -
do their attitudes toward themselves as Jews affect th
relations with their fellow Americans' The "River
Study" established that of the adult group, the older peo
proved more apt to think that Gentiles hold unfavoral
views of Jews. In the adolescent group, only 21 thoug
so. About 3 percent of the adult proup-the younj
peoplethought that "it depends on the individual" H
that "some Gentiles think good and some think bad'
Jews'.
Seventy-five percent of all adults interviewed
they had experienced anti-Semitism, js did 86 pen
of the adolescents. About one-half of the adults fo
their explanation for anti-Semitism in "jealoil
21 percent of them attributed anti-Semitism to religious
motivated bigotry.
New Aspects of Israel's Old Copper Mines
|JJO MATTER HOW often you have faced it before in
, Z*?i ^ l^e p**1' whene* you come up face to
"" *?,h '"'Biblical with its modern counterpart, ,t is a
dramatic confrontation.
NowTnevTJ? h hT lhcm '* Kin ^onion's mines.
Now they are called the Timn. Copper Mines, and on your
way there you take one of the numerous daily f|1Kht" from
Lydda International Airport to Elath The en fre trip-
once a week-long journey by camel caravan-now fakes 70
rsr/oaa tXTor m,nu*' r
structures are being erected to refine the same gree
ore forming the upper crusts of the surrounding *" ,
In Timna. like in many other place, in the ^
the enormous steel paraphernalia of modern ti
suddenly appear on the sun drenched desolate
rocks, amidst barren, fantastically shaped hills ana
tains, the impression is of something out "' *'*n*ottj j
rather than of an industrial enterprise sol
earth-bound economics.
However, the planners of the Timna ^'^JJJJJg
it is a sound business proposition Th.- t<''' '
will be about 16.000.000 pounds, including ,Be **,,
the power station and the road, water ami*r
velnpment of the area. Of this sum about WP ()rfl|
be invested in equipment purchased aboard "V,,*
currency, mainly from German reparations pr
Israel development bond money. _.U,1V i
The copper ore beds which the mining -jg
exploit are those which the slaves of King
ed.


ftwnt4 Sf of ion Manager
Walter M Koetakr, has been ap
pointed statist matrager of WPST.
TV.^rgBVtrt 10. Miami, it was an-
nounced this week by G T. Baker,
president. A veteran of 22 years
of experience in radio and tele-
vision. Koessler was most recently
managing director of WGBS-TV for
the past three years. Prior to this,
he was general manager of WROK-
TV in Rockford, II., with which iie
was connected for 18 years.
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London Pa.ly Telegraph re
I that Kuvptian naval maneu-
in (h0 Red Sea" were being
carefully watched by Israel.
correspondent asserted that
ha- sent into the Red Sea
Iff and faster ships than the two
,#li frigates stationed at Elath.
twiote that the main reason (or
oauciiv-r* appeared to be
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.,n to b..r Mecca passage by
which hit-s at profits to Egypt
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'LONDON (JTA) The Israel
lovernmem i- attempting to secure
limitation from Washington for
visit by Premier David Ben
ion to the White House, the
nday Observer reported in a
righted story from Tel Aviv.
The current realignment among
Middh East countries is not
IfcwIopinR as had been anticipated ,.n
IhTel Aviv.- the Sunday Observer
[aid The Israelis believe that the
jjolicy oi cautious silence" has
hroduccd no similarly moderate at-
[trlune on the part of the Arab
|itate\ tin newspaper declared, and
[Israeli official* 'think this makes
[the nod for Ben Gurion's Wash-
Hagton talks more pressing than
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COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 202M8.
CAROL K. I.IIMI'.ARDO.
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the undeislpne.l. desiring to enaage in
burt~S under % flctltlou. name ;'
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The delightful pre nuptial whirl comes to an
end this Sunday for couple-to-be Rosemarie Straus
and Stanley Roth, and none too soon, apparently
. The male reaction to the round of perpetual
partying seems to be utter exhaustion! For th
record, the party-givers included Stanley's aunt
Mrs. Mae Sable; his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
jtt Roth; and Rosemerle't maid of honor, Barbara Shapro
Tht. At* Hausmens journeyed down from New York and hosted
[dinner which Stanley's sister from Huntsville, Ala.. Mrs. W. D.
t,r, al- .1 tended ... A luncheon at the Saxony a few weeks
Mover 40 guests toasting future happiness; it was tendered
Ilk*- Arthur Frishmen, Mrs. Myer Friedman, Mrs. Norman Russ
i Mrs. Myer Don
Stanley* birthday fell on June 13, and the parties started with
I|ur.chen shower given by his sisters, Millicant (Mrs. Martin)
Lki and Mrs- Tucker at the Algiers Rosemarie threw a sur-
fc* partv lor Stanley that night ... On June 18. Mrs. Bertram
Litr anil Mrs. Norman Babel gave a coffee and recipe shower
,tijt a novel idea) .
The rehearsal dinner at the Fontainebleau on the 22nd will he
tn by Stanley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nat Roth, of 337 NE 28th
And in on all the fun, of course, were Rosemaries parents,
L and Mrs. Ale* A. Straus, of 4202 N. Meridian ave. The
len omenl is 6 o'clock at the Eden Roc.
Marilyn Kaplan, who became Mrs. Ronald Lipton last Inn" lfi.
uj feted at a round of parties right up to the day of her wedding
Tor Marilyn, daughter of the Ely Kaplans, 200 S. Shore i
m a luncheon at the Algiers, given by Mrs. Carl Weinkle,
ft gadget shower at Westview Country Club, hosti >ed by
iGu's Feuer, with a guest list of 60 .
Ronald had a fine time at a stag party at Westview that same
-at.and th" next day, June 15. his parents, the Joseph M. Uptons,
ue-'.s at a luncheon at the Algiers Mr. and Mrs.
Mtl Lipton, of Allison Island, gave a party at their horn? for
nbers ol the wedding and out-of-town guests that evening .
jtn, i rt ing of the wedding, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip A. Neuwirth
tradition] wedding breakfast at the Eden Roc.
ied bachelor Dr. Nelson Kamp, son of Mrs. Clem-
lias Kemp and grandson of Miami Beach s Mrs. Camilla Baum,
Bull) renounced his single bliss His fiancee is Barbara
i Mason, daughter of the Henry Masons of Providence, R.I. .
I member ef the graduating class of Pembrooke, Barbara was
Bted an internship by Harvard's Graduate School of Education,
I sill resume her duties there in July .
Nelson, who was probably one of the youngest PhD's around.
hool in the Miami area, did his undergraduate work at
bo State, and picked up his PhD in aeronautical engineering at
ell. At the moment, he's already a senior scientist al the
ilesearrh Laboratory in Everett, Mass. ... The wedding will
|in August m Providence.
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Birth-daze ... To Norman and Mariana Rossman, of Orlando,
ilittle daughter, Paula Grandparents are the Norman Ross-
I $r. ol 4453 Prairie ave., and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Goldstein,
I Orlando .
To well-known dancer Judith Yooneerman and Benjamin Gindy,
1 SW 33rd ter a little twinkle toes. Deborah Jaan, on June
. Prniind grandparents are equally well known artisl Reyna
I Ales Yoonqorman. of Prairie ave., and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gindy,
61 SW 2nd ter. .-.-..
Flying to Kngland are Malvina and Seymour Liebman, where
twill attmd the wedding of his sister, Mrs. Bermce E. Honig.
lAICosman Both are former Miami Beach residents, soon to
we Israelis For the Llabmans, though, the "sceptered isle
lb? only the first stop in their tour of Northern Europe
..mow, dynamic president of the Southeastern region of the ZOA,
111 be meeting with top Jewish leaders in Norway, Sweden, Den-
Tk. Holland Kngland and Ireland, before returning to London
' the American Bar Assn. Convention.
Also off to Europe are prominent psychiatrist Dr. I. Leo Fish-
and Mrs. F.shbain, who embark on the SS Santa Maria at I mi
urglarie. tins Sunday They plan to motor through hpain.
Nilgai. Italy, Greece. Turkey and Israel, v.siting psychiatric nos-
eband clm.es .. Their extended tour will wind up at the Second
teuiional Congress of Psychiatry in Zurich, Switzerland, in
Ptaber.
Some leave, bu't othcre return Must be that old sand in
! shoes' legend Back to make their permanent home
i Bead, are Dr. and Mrs. Louis Kaminsky Beatrice was
>during World War II, while Dr. Louis was overseas in r.uroi.
later in jdpan, for five years Their daughter, Miriam, went
> school on Miami Beach ...
, Alter the war. Dr. Lewis was with DuPont in Wilmington. Pel ,
| Miri.m attended the University of Dclawar- She ira
"^'nK now to the UM. where she's bound to feel right at nome,
* '" .pent the past two summers at their music camp
The K.minsky. will live at 121 2nd ter.. DiLido bland, with
wi. Mrs. Pauline Miller.
, Speaking of universities. Dr. and Mrs. Saymour Blum.nth.1.
J*K SW 23rd ave. are just back from Atlanta, where they saw
[kjan-inuw. MWalH, receive bis MD from Emory*
I of Medicin. Visiting with the Blum.nth.1. or ejupj
[Wksare the new doctor and his wife. Eleanor (Who is, of course.
[^daughter. ... But its back to Atlanta on July h
f" ^aJins his internship at Emory University Hospital.
am W is marked the*Golden Wedding anniversary | **: r
E^LRand. of la30 SW 17th ter.. and saw a gala '-"': '"'',
^^wiybJEIIiDii
Miami, Florida, Friday. June 21, 1957
Section B
Mrs. Myers to be Chairman
Of Federation's Committee
On Community Planning Here
Mrs Stanley ('. Myers of Coral
Gables, prominent leader in na-
tional and local women's organiza-
tions this week took over a- chair-
man ol the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation community planning
committee
Announcement of Mrs Myers' ap-
pointment to the importanl post
was made by Federation president
Aaron H. Kanner at the organiza-
tion's recent annual meeting. She
succeeds Harold Thurman, chair-
man for the pa-] two years.
Kanner Wednesday expressed
the appreciation of Federation's
officers and bs^rd of governors
to Thurman for his "strong lead-
ership and guidance of the com-
mittee which was confronted
with many serious decisions dur-
ing his tenure."
The new chairman of the com-
munity planning committee brings
to her assignment a wealth of ex-
perience and leadership gained in
service of a host of top women's
organizations.
Mrs. Myers has served in local
and national civic, cultural, and
philanthropic endeavors lor many
yean. She was national vice
president of the National Council
of Jewish Women, president of the
Miami Section, and a past president
of the Southern Interstate Confer-
ence.
She was a board member of the
United Service tor New Americans,
and a member ol the regional board
of the National Conlerence of
Christians and Jews.
Mrs Myers has si rved on vir-
tually (\ery important committee
in Federation, including the
live committee, budget committee,
To Hostess Social Event
A social meeting will he held at
the (oral Gables War Memorial
Center Tuesdaj evening Bponsore I
bj Murray Solomon Auxiliary ol
the Jewish War Veterans
On Wednesday evening, ttw aux-
iliary will be hostess at the Ser-
vicemen's Center. Ocean dr. and
10th Bt., Miami Beach.
community planning committee and
as chairman of Women's Division.
Among the numerous positions
held by Mrs. Myars have been:
president for three years of Jew-
ish Family Service; chairman of
the District Welfare Board (Dist.
9); board member of the Mental
Health Society, Haven School,
and the American Red Cross.
Mrs. Myers also served as vice
president of Beth David Sisterhood
and vice chairman of the Family
and Child Care Survey conducted
in Miami. She was a member of
the Florida State Conference of
Social Work and Mt. Sinai ilospital
Auxiliary, and was also on the ease
committee of the Children's Service
Bureau.
She was recently elected to the
hoard ol governors for 19f>7-58 and
is also a vice president of the Wo-
man's Division.
Among the more prominently-
known projects developed under
Thurman's direction were: a study
among Jewish families on the sub-
ject of religious education to eval-
uate achievements of the Bureau
of Jewish Education and Jewish
schools; initiated preliminary dis-
cussions among Mt. Sinai Hospital
and Jewish Home for the Aged rep-
resentatives to define joint respon-
sibilities and evaluate resources in
meeting the needs of the commun
ity'i chronically ill residents; es-
tablished a chaplaincy program to
provide religious comfort, counsel,
and service to Jewish patients in
local hospitals.
Organized a committee to exam
ine the community's assets and
liabilities in the field of recreation
and leisure-time activities; partici-
pated in the joint advisory cummit-
tee on religion in public schools;
initiated discus.ions with the Com-
munity Cbesl and the Welfare Plan
ning Council to develop closer re-
lationships for benefit of the age
cies Involved as well as the tot.
community.
Meetings of the committee havi.
been scheduled for July 1. to be
held at 8 p.m. in Temple Israel,
Mrs. Meyers announced.
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flLr tf^W "and, and his Gertrude, Daughter H. -el
Mt1.4 0r~ "*" D-nbrew. were in on thefcsDvil rs
' Mildred and her husband. Dr. S. H. R-asanbarg. <
- '-me all the way from Honolulu for the celt dmi
J* .ds. who were married in Young- f :
"*un Mr. and Mrs. tiarry '"-" m a dinner party at Algiers
their golden anniversay Sunday w.m P^ an[yed
hotel. The, *'* ^and .. ^ ^ sQme 2Q
faom New York and Chlcaqo ^ married 50 years
close friends aW^mg. America from Roumama.
9- r PS*Miami Efin 1950 from New York City.
Couple u^ XroanWatch Company. Two sons Les-
WhereAebbeU;^ nowopTra* business. Married daughter. Mrs.
K S^lveSein, resSes in Chicago.
MRS. STAHUr C. MVEffS
Fund Affairs
Through Summer
Fund raising for the benefit of
the crippled children of the Harry
Anna Home and Hospital at Uma-
tille, Fla., will continue through-
out the summer by the Anna Miller
Circle of Miami Beach.
First event was scheduled Tues-
day evening, with a card and games
party at the Elks Lodge, 720 West
ave.
Sponsoring the affair and hos-
tesses for the evening were Mrs.
Bertram Whitman, Mrs. Augusta
Schwalb, Mrs. Ben Kagen, Mrs.
Mickey Bernstein and Mrs. Rose
Hayes, Circle officers.
Statistics Add Up
To Anniversaries
Mr. and Mrs. George Schwartz
pre vacationing with relatives and
fiiends in California.
Their daughter-in-law, Mrs.
Gerald (Felice) Schwarti, simul-
taneously was named secretary of
the Miami chapter of Hadassah,
a director of the Albert Einstein
g. jup and a director of the Mi-
ami Shores chapter of the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Woman.
Felice's twin sister, Mrs. Arnold
(Janice) Ribnick, holds the same
position with Council in Minneap-
olis.
Gerald celebrates his 30th birth-
day June 22, when he will be in-
stalled as a director of the Civic
League of Miami Beach, and then
the young Schwartz couple marks
their seventh anniversary June 25.
Hialeah Women
Schedule Outing
Sisterhood of the Hialeah-Miami
Springs Jewish Center will hold an
outing for mothers and children
Wednesday at Matheson Hammock.
Participants will meet at the Cen-
ter. 951 Flamingo way, at 10 a.m.
for the joint trip to Matheson Ham-
mock.
In charge of information are Mrs.
Albert Gordon and Mrs. Len Dor-
son.
Donor Luncheon Fashion Fete
Women of Dade Heights Jewish
Community Center presented a
fashion show at a donor luncheon
last weekend in Old Scandia res-
taurant.
Participating in the affair were
the Mesdames Sol Kulchin, Newton
Schendlinger, Ben Shapiro, Harry
Kaufman. Sam Loff, Gene Dropkin
and Morey Singer.
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Hebrew Academy Will Open Branch
At North Shore Jewish Center in Fall
Miami chapter. Cily of Hope, installed officers recently at Bis-
cayne Terrace hotel. Shown (left to riaht) ore Mrs. Sam Glick-
enhcuse. second vice president; Mrs. Theresa A. Brand, chap-
lain; Mrs. Carmen Higqs. quest; Mrs. Esther Rogovin. execu-
tive vice president; and Mrs. Adolph Stempel. president. Not
shown are Mrs. Anna Chernin, third vice president; Mrs. Sam
Weisp. financial secretary; Mrs. Sarah Block, corresponding
secretary; Mrs. Stella Fiedler, recording secretary; and Mrs.
Sarah Weiner, treasurer. ________________________________
Holland to Speck At July 4 Rally
United State* Sen Spcv-ard L. :
Holland will be principal speaker i
at the annual Fourth of July com-
mumt> wide rally to be held .it
Flamingo Park on Thursday even-
ing. July 4. under the sponsorship
ii Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith
This is the ttnth anrvjal rally
sponsored by the 'odgt. Htnry
M. Waitikin is chairman of the
committee planning the program.
On his ommilteo are < harles
t;. Herbert L
Heiken, 'ward II
Levin, Samuel Levitt, Aaron Mar-
golin. <;-;-li n S Mill-r. Hurnrtt
Beth, and Meyer 11
To Atfemi Conference
Dr. Frank B Besss, director of
the Miami Public- Library, will at-
tend the American Library Assn
.conference in Kansas City Satur-
ate) Other members of the library
*Aff who will attend the conference
a|e Kichard Neunian. t.u-ine--, li
brarian: Mabel Rust, ol the Refer-
ence Division; and HcU.i H. Eason,
head of the Department of Com-
munity Relations.
SAHDY ffOCll
A North Shore Branch of the
Greater Miami Hebrew Academy
will open this September with I
kindergarten and first grade to be
located at the North Shore Jew! -li
center. 620 75th st.. Miami Beach.
B. I. Binder, president of the
Academy, announced the new
branch at a joint installation din-
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Active Sandy Off
On Trip to Israel
M.ss Sandy Frogel was honored
at a hon voyage party at the home
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben-
jamin Frogel. 1921 S\V 62nd ave..
West Miami. Saturday night.
She leaves Saturday to depart
June 30 from New York to Israel,
where she will spend seven weck>
with the Jewish Agency's "Summer
Institute in Israel" on a scholarship
from Hadassah and Junior Hadas-
sah.
The group participating will con-
sist of 200 young adults from all
over the United States. They will
tour major sections of Israel and
will spend two weeks working on
a kibbutz.
As a member *f Junior Ha
dassah. J*\a Frogel will spend
one week at Hesollelim, a kib-
buti on which several former
American citixens live, and to
which Junior Hadassah gives fi-
nancial assistance. A second
week of farm work will be at
Meier Shfeyah, children's village
supported by Junior Hadassah.
Mist Frogel was recently install
ed first vice president in charge of
program of the Miami Cnit of
Junior Hadassah. after serving two
years as the organization's presi-
dent. She is also vice president of
the Jewish Young Adult Council <>i
South Florida and was selected as
"President of the Year" at the
Presidents' Ball sponsored by the
Young Adult Division of the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal.
In 1956. she was ehosen "Sweet-
heart of Temple Kmanu-Kl Young
Adults"
ner of the women'-, men.s and par-
ents' groups at the Sterling hotel
Sunday.
The main branch, located at 918
6th st.. Miami Beach, incorporates
a. full elementary' and junior high
department.
The decision to open a North
Shore Branch was made following
a meeting between representa-
tives of the Hebrew Academy and
the North Shore Jewish Center,
Binder stated. The Academy
maintains another branch in the
North Dade area established last
year with a first grade. An addi-
tional ajrade is being planned for
this September.
"This expansion program of the
Hebrew Academy has been necessi-
tated by the annual capacity en-
rollments in the main branch and
by the growing demand in the
North Shore area for the educa
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According to Raobi A,
Gross, principal, thv ,Z
curriculum and pfiA
the Academy. >uch as mL?
room group,,., .,, int ^
A coordinating corn,*,,
slsting of members of both iJ
T>oni L,hlndle iM **!
five problems will be orMJ
shortly, Binder announc.d 1
Present at the discu^s.on J
opening of the N-rth Short J
were Binder. Dr. David S. a1
Samuel Reinhard, Harry GenttJ
Rabbi Gross, representing
Academy; Max Krauss. Nju,
Gllckman. Rahhi Mayer Abr
and Jerome Cordon, reprw,
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Winx Have Mothers At Installation Fete
WINX B'nai B'rith Girls chapter
94 enjoyed their recent annual in-
stallation of new members and of-
ficers at a coffee and cake party in
the Fiesta room of the Seville hotel.
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few officers oro (left to right) Joan Kramer,
isurer; Marilyn Braunatein, chaplain; Lois
lod, corresponding secretary; Tanya Shad.
| jyjtorian; Elaine Dernis. president; Carol Seid-
erman. Vice president; Nan Bernstein, record-
ing secretary; Sara Kleinman, parliamentar-
ian; and Maxine Klein, MIT mother.
Cohen Appointed
Temple Executive
Board of Trustees of Temple Is-
rael Wednesday announced the ap-
pointment of Edward Cohen as the
congregation's administrative direc-
I tor.
| Cohen will replace Allen I. Freeh-
ling, who has resigned his post at
the Temple to become the admin-
istrative assistant to the president
at Stevens Markets, Inc.
Cohen, a native of Patterson,
N.J., recently moved to Miami,
aftar serving as editor of the Fair
Lawn News for five years and as
political writer for the Patterson
Morning Call.
He is a well-known public rela-
tions consultant in the New Jersey
area, having extensive responsibil-
ities for various civic and industrial
projects. He, his wife and three
children are now residing in Corai
Gables.
The girls invited their mothers
to the occasion.
Susie Siegel, outgoing president,
was chairman of the day. Joy Stein,
chaplain, gave the invocation. Babs
Reicher, MIT mother (members in
training), installed the new mem-
bers, who are Sandy Angel, Marilyn
Braunstein, Sue Finger, Rebecca
Gale. Linda Gecker, Tanya Shad
and Lois Sollod.
Mrs. Joseph Berman, president
of Greater Miami BBYO board of
directors, installed new officers
Elaine Dernis, president; Carol
Seiderman, vice president; Lois
Sollod, corresponding secretary;
Nan Bernstein, recording secre-
tary; Joan Kramer, treasurer;
Marilyn Braunstein, chaplain;
Sara Kleinman, parliamentarian;
Tony Shad, historian; Maxine
Klein, MIT mother.
Installing was done by Menorah
and candle ceremonies. Members
of Winx BBG presented their ad-
visor, Mrs. Renee Classman, with
a gift. To conclude the program,
Mady Fisher entertained with a
pantomine, and Marilyn Braunstein
sang. Winx is the oldest chapter
of B'nai B'rith Girls on Miami
Beach.
New members installed are (left to right) Lois of MTT's, Sue Finger, Linda Gecker, and Mari-
I Sollod, Tanya Shad, Sandy Angel, Babs lyn Braunstein.
llBcher, MIT mother. Rebecca Gale, president_____________________________________________
ferman Court Bars Nazi-Type Group
IKRLIN(JTA) The Adminis-
m Court handed down a ruling
lnfsd.iv barring a Nazi-type,
erratic political organization
kh Otto Strasier, one-time asso-
of Adolph Hitler, sought to
Ublish
[l*e court upheld an earlier ac-
i of the West Berlin authorities
i denied ine organization the
ftl to operate in the city on the
Ms that it was undemocratic
I unconstitutional.
Strasser, a Naii Party pioneer
lake later broke with Hitter and
net up his own Nazi-type) organi-
[letion, has been trying to craata
a political movement ever since
hi* return to Germany from Can-
ada two years ago. He establish-
ed a political party called the
"German Social Union" in West
Germany last year.
Berlin circles believe that Stras-
ser may now seek to establish a
branch "of this party in West Berlin
since it is doubtful that the local
authorities can outlaw a political
party and there la no constitutional j
court in the city to exercise such
authority. The Supreme Constitu-
tional Court at Karlsruhe has de-
clined to exercise jurisdiction over
West Berlin. ______
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ician Plays in New York Sui
AHO MKS. HAKKY UHHCRN
Einhorns to Mark 40th Anniversary
.Mr and Mrs. Harry Sahara will The have ci^ht children, in addi-
',< feted by Ibtirch Idren at > 40th tlon t" hosts Dr. and Mrs. Get
weddniR anniversary reception Sal Bnbortr: Dr. Edward Einhorn, pey-
urday evening at the home of a son choanalyst, of Hempstead, LI.
and daughter-in-law, Dr, and Mk'NY; Dr. Gordon Binhorn. 2115
George Binhorn, 2100 s\\ gist tor
Miami.
The Einhorns came here in 1945
from SomerviHe, NJ and live at
and operate the Shenley Park apt! .
5810 Devonshire blvd They are
(oral Way. Miami: Mrs. Irving
Whitman, nur.-e at Jackson Me
moriai Hospital: Mrs. Stanley Kap-
lan, licensed Mgb idiool laaBher,
AJao Mrs Philip Kaplan. DTI -,
dent nf the Gilbert Balkin chapter
active!) Identified with ths Bikur of B'nai B'rith; Mrs Bernard Green-
field, faculty member. Pennsylvania
State I Diversity; Mm, Norman (Jay
lord, wife of the noted chemi-t:
.,nd Mrs Jerome Soowal, wife of
the noted horticulturist
The Bmhorai al'-o have 24 grand-
children. They were married on
June 23. 1917 in New York City.
(holim Kosher Convalescent Home
of Greater Miami.
Mrs. Einhcrn is a member of
the board of the Jewish Home for
the Aged and a life member of
Hadassah. The couole are both
affiliated with Beth David Syn
ee.oo,ue.
Miamian Ruth Wolkowsky Green-
field will gtv a piano concert Sun-
day afternoon at the Brooklyn Mu-
seum in New York. This is one
,.l a series of concerts which con-
tinue all year around and is spon-
sored directly by the museum.
fnder the direction of world
famous musicologist Dr. David La
Vita, programs and performers
have always bean chosen from the
highest level in niu-ieal circles, and
it is considered one of the ultimate
goali among connoisseurs of fine
music Hill concert, like all of the
series, will bo broadcast over the
WNYC network'*^*
The Key West-bSjm musician is
a third generation South Florid-
ian married to Miami attorney
Arnold Greenfield. Palm Island
residents, they have threo sons,
Charles Danton, 0, Timothy, 5,
and Frank Waldon, 22 months.
Mrs. Greenfield is a University
of Miami graduate and received her
MA degree at the University of
Michigan. For two years, she taught
piano in the music department at
the U of M, later engaging in study
at the Fontainebleau School of
Music at Fontainebleau. France,
and the famous Conservatoire do
Parti,
the Meon," Rin ,.
duehon of th. j..n 3
And | W6. $ht ^
yitat,ontotheCh.u,7-M
Inal ballet, for th, Gre,|J1
Ballet Guild.
All of which should bj
background ir vjvaci^
performs ,u of h(.r "
Strike and "Polka" at
day concert, as well as I
310. Mozart: Intermezzo ml
jor. Brahms; and Prelude
Tombcau do Conper
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MKS. AKNOLD CtfHMMlO
Her" teachers have included the
late Harold Bauer, the late Artur
Schnabel and Joseph Brinkman
In addition, Mits Greenfield
has studied composition with
Nadia Boulanger. In 19S5, she
wrote the musk to "Ring Around
Oode Heights Di
Second annual ffttallatiod
dance of the Dade Height!
Community Center will ,
Sunday evening at the Dune,
Guest speaker will be Larry]
son, of the Miami Her
Chairman of the evening
Scurran. In charge of 1
are Mrs. Martin Beloff
Arthur Hirschhcrg,
Study Group Met*
Quakerbridiie Study Gn
{Tuesday evening at Wa
JDay Camp. 1401 SW 67th i
igram included child guid
Idynamic psychology.
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Women to Play Top
Role in BB Confab
Spot int, rill address Bonday'i Joint lunch
1 convention this at I D of men and women and
will cent, everal ded so as woman's installing offii 1
worn B'nai 11 nth at Tueadaj foinl luncheon in
in this group is Mi- .Waldn, D CrOwB kflt*L
Arthu. G. Laufman, ol Chicago, Mrs L,ofm,n n,(ion dirtc.
tor of women's activities. B'nai
B'rith Women. Her colorful back-
ground opened in London, her
birthplace. After attending a |
girls' school in Belgium, she grad-
uated from the University of Lon-
don and studied further at the
University of Chicago.
Engrossed in social prnhlema
die was district administrator for
- Welfare Division, wrote
pamph is a
member of a down service agen-
cies, and on the executive board oi
the National Screen Council
She was pr sident ol Women
Supreme Council. B'nai B'rith
Now she direct- and coordinates
B'nai B'rith's vast women's srorfc
throughout the country. Her
achievem,,.:. reeeutjj placed her
in Who's Who. '
Dedicated, like her, t* Mrs.
Philip Boblasky of Savannah, Ga..
and Mrs. Gilbert Fisher, Wash-
ington, D.C., first vie* president
f District 5. B'nai B'rith Wo-
men. Mrs. Boblasky is president
of the district. Mrs. Fisher is in
direct line of succession to the
post. Both will head Sunday
workshop sessions at 3 p.m. Mrs.
Fisher also presides at Monday's
third business session.
In rieogr.ition of their laduatTj
adeem thousands of other I
women members have elevated
these (hree women steadily tin
the years to th-ir present top potl
.
But of course, to the woimn. [ha
three are better known as Jean
Laufman, Sally Fi>hor and Min.on
Boblasky
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Tn# 21, 1957
Pearson Will Install Gvic Leaque
nurt Judge Ray Pearson first vice Dre*M( '
Court Judge Ry Pearson
! as installing officer at the
0ul dinner installation of
i Beach Civic League. The
^1, ,ake place at the Seville
iSiturday evening.
oD will "swear in" newly-
resident Harry B. Smith;
dVi?iei,r"L Str-
and
econd vice pr,dent Milton
fan. secretary Frank (ohn
treasurer Herman Barnett.
Ovr 7S0 civic |..dr,, bo$j.
". men, and public oKici.l, .r,
xp^t^i to b. on hand to w[t
" tha inatallation and to j>jy
"" the Year" b,h.L...
Renshaw is being honored for his
nt,nng and unselfish devotion to
ward the progress and welfare of
,hp fity of Miami Beach." Smith
announced
Carl Gardner, civic leader, is
heading the dinner committee. Ser-
ving with Gardner are Herman Bar-
a!iu J- Perlmuer, Ben Levin.
Arthur Degutz. Bill Goldring, Bill
Ghck, and Dan Daniels.
Hospitality committee for the af-
fair includes Henry Cove. Milton
fc'rkin, Mac Goldberg, Dr. Leonard
Unn. Cecil Segor, Jake Ehrlich, and
Frank Cohn.
Boat Ride Due Sunday
Miami Beach Community Singers
will gather for a boat ride on tha
"Dreamboat" Sunday evening, 8
p.m., at Pier 10. Ben Yomen, con-
ductor, will direct the group in "A
Night of Delight under the Stars."
Mrs. Ben Yomen will assist at the
'organ.
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*Lm,utnrrkttor
<3n tlte rCcalm of Society
Double Ring Vows for Sindell, Sirkin
In :i double ring candlelight ceremony on Thurs-
day evening. June 13. at the Seville hotel Mi- K"'h
Ellen Sindell. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar S. Sin-
dell. 11 Island ave. Miami Beach, became the bride
it Ens. Richard Stanley Sirkin, son of Mr. ami Mrs.
Milton Sirkin. 2024 H. Bay nl
Rabbi Joseph Narot. of Temple Israel, and Rabbi
Irving I.ehrman. of Temple Kmanu-Kl. officiated at
tl, 6 80 p.m. wed linf Decor iraa pink and white
Bridesmaids were Harlene Singer and Lois Groh.
i win of the groom. Maid of honor was Oeyanne
m -. Flower ^irl waa shelly Sirkin, eoaain of
the uroom.
Best man was Joshua Sirkin. brother of the
groom. Usben were Dr. Marian Sindell. brother of
the bride. Leonard Sachs. Rric Jacobson and Hei
v. ainer.
The groom is the grandson of Mr. an.I Mrs Harry
Sirkin, of Miami Beach, and Mr. and Mra. Joseph
:nian. Miami.
The bride wore a gown of imported chantilly
fashioned in I molded empire bodice with a
BCOOped neckline, long poinl-to-hand sleeve-, and
very bouffant skirl of impressed pleats that tell into
a sweep tram Tho hat oi matching lace waa held
with tiers of French illusion.
Ardroor*
MRS. tICNAtO SIRKIN
The bride and groom both at-
ti ided Miami Beach High School.
lywed Mrs Sirkin was editor of
yearbook there, she attended
Vanderbill University for two and
hall years and received her do
Carol Diane Abrams Weds Donald
Paul Marder in Evening Ceremony
Carol Dtajaa Ibnasj and Donald ] Given in marriage by her father.
Paul Marder were married Satur- ,n,. bride was attired in an import-
ed* evening. June 18. at the Algiers ,,i chantilly lace gown featuring
hotel Rabbi Yankee Rosenborg, of long sleeves, high neckline, and
Beth David Congregation, officiated bouffant skirt with tiers of lace
at the 8 30 p m rites ending in a chapel train.
Carolina last week She is j mom-
btr of Alpha Bpeilon Phi sorority.
'Ihe groom j> president of Pi
Lambda Phi social fraternity, and
received his degree last week at the
1 Diversity of North Carolina. He
v initiated into the Order of the
Old Well, honorary society at the
university. He was advertising
manager of the Campus Daily news-
paper for three years.
Reception and dinner toilowed at
the Seville, after which the coupie
left for their honeymoon. Ens.
Sirkin will be stationed at San
l;ugo. Cal.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Philip Abrams, 1425 Ale-
griano ave., Coral Gables. The
groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney Marder. 6600 Leonardo st..
Coral Gables.
Chicago Wedding
For Greenfields
Leslie Howard Greenfield, son
(I Mrs Estella Greenfield. 1330
Pennsylvania ave. Miami Beach,
and the late Murray Greenfield.
t i k Alice Ann Lieberman. of Chi-
as his bride Sunday.
The ceremony was held in the
I len Stratford hotel, Chicago.
i he bride's parents are Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Lieberman.
Mr. Greenfield graduated from
the University Of Miami, where he
was president of Tau Delta Phi Ira-
ternit) He is stud) ing for his mas-
ter- degree at Iyola College. His
bride attends Roosevelt CoUega in
( hicag i
The headpiece was a scalloped
pillbox of imported chantilly lace
trimmed with paillettes and seed
pearls and French illusion veil.
The bride carried white orchids
and stephanotis on her white con-
firmation Bible.
Maid of honor was cousin of the
bride Toni Schulman. of Hender-
sonville. N.C. Bridesmaids were
Barbara Richardson, Micki Brett.
Gail Richman. Felice Freeman and
Benita Pawliger.
Gerald Stanley Bush was best
man. and ushers included Alan
Basch. David Pawliger. Ronald Lax,
Irwin Cotzin and Ernest Andich.
The bride graduated from Miami
Senior High School, attended the
University of Miami and sang with
the Miami Opera Guild.
Her husband, formerly of Wilkes-
Barre. Pa graduated from Miami
Senior High, attended the Univer-
sity of Florida and received his
BRA degree from the University of
Miami, where he was vice president
Of Pi Lambda Phi fraternity.
He received a commission as sec-
ond lieutenant in the Air ForCfl
Mufsons Will Live
On Normandy Isle
The marriage of Miss Roche lie
Greenberg. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs Al Greenburg. Central Park
West. New York, and I>ong Beach,
L I., to Seymour Mufson. son of Mr.
and Mrs. Benjamin Mufson of Mi-
ami Beach, took place Sunday, June
16. at 7 p.m. in the Terrace room
of The Plaza.
Dr. Louis Newman, of Temple
Rodepa Sholom, performed the
ceremony. A reception followed in
the Persian room.
Escorted by her father, the bride
wore a ballerina-length gown of
white satin appliqued with alencon
lace Her fingertip veil was attach-
ed to a headpiece of matching Incc,
and she carried white orchids and
stephanotis. Her pearl necklace
was a present the groom brought
back from Japan.
Mrs Joseph R. VanDyne, sister
of the bride, was matron of honor.
Mis Trudy Weiner. cousin of the
bride, was maid of honor. Ray-
mond Mufson. of Miami Beach,
brother of the groom, was best man.
Ushers were Dr. Joseph R. Van-
Dyne, brotherin law of the bride,
and Edward Mufson. nephew of the
groom, and Harvey Kotzen and
Marvin Kotzen, cousins of (he
groom.
Mrs. Mufson was graduated from
Calhoun School, NeNw York City,
and she attended the University of
Miami. Mr. Mufson attended UM
University of Miami, where he was
a member of Alpha Epsilon Pi fra-
ternity. He served with the United
States Army for two years in Korea
and Japan as chaplain's assistant.
After a wedding trip to Canada,
the couple will reside on Nornnndy
Isle, Miami Beach.
Nassau Holiday
For Bernsteins
Anita Klein, daughter of Mr. and
Mra. Al Klein. 380 Alton rd Miami
Beach, and Richard E. Bernstein,
son of Mrs. Rose Bernstein, of
Worcester, Mass., and Emanuel
Bernstein. Miami Beach, exchanged
marriage vows Monday in the Al-
giers hotel.
The bride wore a gown of em-
broidered nylon tulle with chapel
train. Her fingertip veil fell from
a tiara of rhi nest ones and pearls,
and she carried a white Bible top-
ped with an orchid.
Rosalyn Klein was maid of honor
for her sister wearing a pink chif
fon dress. Her flower* were red
and pink roses. Leo H. Isaacson,
uncle of the bridegroom, was best
man.
After a honeymoon in Nassau,
the bridegroom is leaving for Eu-
rope where hell be stationed for 14
months with the army. When he
returns the couple will live in
serve on June 10 and w .is execu Miami Beach.

Beach Wedding
For Bruce Gaches
Miss Carol Joy Cohen, daughter
Mr. and Mrs Max I. Cohan, 850
I (\uw dr., Miami Beach, and
Bruce Gache. son of Mr. and Mr-
M' rton Gache, Freeport. LI., N.Y..
were married Sunday at the Fon-
tainebleau hotel.
Irs Charles Binder was matron
of honor. Miss Barbara Rodcrman.
maid of honor, and Miss Sandy
( i I.en. bridesmaid. The flower girl
Wai Sandy Stein.
The bride wore tulle appliqued
with alencon lace. Her veil was
Belgium rose point lace worn by
her mother. The matron of honor
wre pale pink silk organza, and
the moid of honor and bridesmaid
wore pink nylon chiffon.
Bert Lefkowitz was best man.
and the ushers were Frederick
Stein. William Cohen. Donald
Gache, Skippy Gache and Hal
Weiss.
The couple will honeymoon in
New York and return on Aug. 1
to live on Miami Beach. The bride-
groom is attending the University
cf Miami.
aWS. DOM AID MMDtt
live officer of the Arnold Air So-
ciety dnrlng his senior year. He
will enter UM law school in Sep-
temlier
Following the ceremony was a
reception at the Aimers Hie couple
are honevmooii.ii iu They
will be at bong at 1401 LcJeune
nl after July 1.
The bride attended the Univer-
sity of Miami. Mr. Bernstein went
to Massachusetts schools.
Chantilly Lace For Miss Lubin
Members of the wedding party hroidered pink organdy.
of Miss Alice Jane Lubin and Dr. [Tied pink r.....s
Paul William Weiss were all mem-
bntl "i the summer camp where the
bridal couple met as counselors
The couple exchanged wedding
vows Sunday in the home of the
bride's parents, Mr and Mr- Ban
Lubin. 4925 Orduna dr., Coral
Gables
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weiss, Phila-
delphia, Pa.
The bride wore a white gown of
chantilly lace studded with irides-
cent sequins. Her illusion veil was
attached to a cap of lace. She car-
ried white roses and fleurs d'
amour.
She car-
Miss Carol Sue I.ubm. sister of
the bride, was a junior bridesmaid
in a pink dress
Dr Solomon L Schwartz was best
man. Ushers were Edwjrd L. Elsen-
son and Kenneth Mich.,
The reception also was held in
the home.
Following their wedding trip to
Cuba the couple will live in Phila-
delphia, Pa.
The bride is a graduate of Miami
High School and the Cniversitv of
Miami, where she was a cheerlead
er.
Miss Maxine
maid of honor
Harriet Hart
in a dress of
was
em-
Dr. Wets, is a graduate of Temple
University and the University of
Philadelphia College of Ostepoathy
He is interning in the Osteopathic
Hospital of Philadelphia
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Shalloways Will
Continue Studies
In a double ring ceremony i
Sunday, June 9. at the Rooey Hs
hotel. Miss Roberta May Fnedtn*
daughter of Mr and Mr- >
Friedman. 5650 Pine Tree dr.!
ami Beach, became the bride
Charles Mich lei Shalloway, sonl
Mr. and Mr- Harold Shallow
Lake Worth. Fla.
Rabbi Leon Kronish, of Tea*
Beth Sholom, offit iated at the 121
p.m. rites
Maid of honor <;<- F!rw
bin. Junior bridesmaid was Cj
Friedman, lister of the W"
Bridesmaids wen Plane
Janet MoakowiU, Helen HieM
and Jan Caplan. ,
Best man was Howard :>. '*g
Ushers were Bill Burkley, Mun
Simon. Barry Stone and uaa
Shalloway. cousin of the ty
Danny Shalloway. brother oi
groom, acted as ring bearer.
Thebnd '*E-
ported chantilly lace. pnnct
feet. The Bixabethan coliaM
reembro.dered With P"
Her long sleeve came to a 1
point, and her sash of white
extended down the back of
dress in a puff effect.
The two-tiered trench iuu
veil was attached to a oej|
pearls. She carried wb* *
on her confirmation Bible.
The bride and grwm "r
students at the I .** .
Ida. and after their ***>"J
JSaau. both will continue *
studies ..-in.
Mr. Shalloway is ***
Epsilon Pi social fraternity


jope21. 1917,
|rs. Uptons Gown
ip, double ring garden ceremony Sunday. Juno
Lthf RoW P,aza ho,e1, T" Marilyn-Ruth Kan
[iejme the bride of Ronald Abbott I.ipton. Rahh,
Uhrman officiated at the 6 p.m. ceremony
| nt bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Ki>
200 S. Shore dr., formerly of Shaker Heights
rfl^. n-oom's parent! are Mr. and Mrs Joseph
w 651 47th st. Decor of the wedding was white
..icent- ol blue.
Ifte bridal gown was styled in imported Italian
Jinii reonilu-oidered alencon lace fashioned with
Louider-harini; neckline and accented in hand
*^ti ]a,o. The fitted bodice was embellished in
tint lace, embroidered in sequins and pearls
tat waistline and delicately cascaded into the
Hm skirt, with large lace topping the aisle wide
Lr four-tiered French illusion veil of pure silk
| from a matching lace headpiee-. She carried
t orchid!, on a Bible sent to her father from
jby his mother.
[Jfatron nl honor for her sister-in-law was Mrs
i Joel Kaplan. Miss Harriett I.ipton was maid
jr for her sister. Bridesmaids included Mrs
rin and Mrs. Donald Rosenborg.
Best nan was Donald Rosenberg, of Miami, and
I included Ronald Seiden. Sidmon Joel Kaplan.
: of the l>nde. Morris Albert. Robert Abrah,
Abrah- and Kenneth Myers.
hride a graduated from |"
ifu Hall m Virginia, attended
for
'iin and
the I'niversity of
is of Italian Silk
MRS. RONAID UPTON
wSm | Heirloom Band For Her Rintr
*!?* I toy Schn,an slipped an heir IRoberta Fran.-inf
loom gold wedding band on Misi
I:Upton |s graduate of Phil
Btademy at Andover, Mass..
hi- AH dare* cum laude
Harm-i I niverstlf and is
llv stud; rig law at the Uni
i of Miami.
I reception and formal dinner
I at the I! my Plaza. Among
were Mr- Ida Upton, pa-
I grandm''her of the groom,
Mr and Mr- Joseph Shelman,
I grandparents of the bride
I Buffalo. NY.
! couple are island-hopping in
Tibbean I'pon their return.
lull live m Coral Gables.
fine's Troth
unounced Here
Leonard H Finn and Mrs.
Finn, of Miami Beach, an-
the encasement of their
Her. Maxine Jane, to Seymour
son of Mr. and Mrs. Elix
Miami
III are graduates of Miami
rHich School and the Univer-
|f Miami An August wedding
mi Beach is planned.
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SEBRING, FLORIDA
I an. from Miomi. All
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in lamping. Presently with
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^UNITED ENROLLMENT
p"ONE UN 6-1*
berti Pranclne Schoycbid's fin-
ger when they were married Sun-
day in Beth David Congregation.
The hride is the daughter of Mr.
no Mr-. Sam Schoychid, 619 \'\v
21st ave The bridegroom, who lived
at 2240 SW 2nd ler is the son of
Mrs. Rosa Schuman of the Bronx,
N Y.. and the late Harry Schuman.
Fashioned of Freneh lace and
tulle, the bride's gown had a sa-
brina neckline, brief sleeves and a
permanently pleated tulle skirt
bordered in lace. A coronet of
seed pearls held her illusion veil
and she carried white orchids on a
prayer book.
Satin birdcages filled with blue
esther reeds, pink carnations and
yellow daisies were carried by Mrs.
Jack Albert, bride's auiit and ma-
tron of honor, and attendants Mis
Sherrill H. Albert and Miss Arlene
Miller.
Susie Miller and Steven Jay Ru-
bin were flower girl and ring bear-
er.
Nat Miller was best man. Melvyn
H. Schoychid, bride's brother, and
Michael Miller were ushers.
The reception was held in the
auditorium.
After a wedding trip through
Florida, the couple will live at
1331 SW 32nd ave.
Miss Sutton Weds
Hillard Silver
Miss Abby Mae Sutton became
ler on's1' J Hi"ard Frankli" SJ
ver on Sunday. June 16, at Temple
udea.RabbiMorrisSkopoffiemp.e
ai tne ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Matthew Sutton. 2133 SW
Wth ave., Miami. The groom's par-
late Jack Silver, of 1521 Euclid ave
Miami Beach.
The bride wore a gown of em-
broidered Swlss organdy, ballerina-
length, with a tiered skirt. Her
headpiece was a tiara of seed pi aria
and sequins, with a fingertip /ell.
She earned a white orchid over a
Bible, with streamers and stephan-
Mrs. Maurita Scott, sister of ihe
bride, was matron of honor in a
dress of pink organdy.
Best man was Neil Lentin, and
ushers were Marvin Marcus and
Herman Schlussel.
After a honeymoon in Miami
Beach, the couple will live at 2020
SW 27th st., Miami.
The bride is a graduate of Miami
Senior High School and is a mem-
ber of Tau Alpha Omega Council.
The groom is a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Miami, and is now as-
sistant buyer for Richards Depart-
ment Store.
' Out-of-town guests included Mrs.
Rosa Silver and Mrs. Sadie Good-
man, Durham, N.C.; Mrs. Hannah
Donata, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. A. L.
Redstone and son, Philadelphia,
,Pa.; Mrs. Sophie Jacobs and Mrs.
I Toby Friedman, Portsmouth, Va.;
| and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Liebman,
New York City.
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Judith Scma Lewis became Mrs
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The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Jaj Leon Lewis, 122:1 SW
IQth ler., Miami The groom, of
|llti Alhambra Circle, Coral Cables.
is the son i Mr. and Mis. Max
Rexnick, Brooklyn, N.Y.
Given in marriage by her parent-.
the bride was attired in a white
gown of imported rosepoint late
a1".
v\ t-i ner-Kaha
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with tulle flounce and a chapel-
length train. Her silk illusion veil
was attached to a crown of pearls
and sequins, and she carried a white
orchid on her confirmation Bible.
Matron of honor for her sister-in-
law was Mrs. Sidney Erwin Lewis,
of Gainesville, Fla. Ravona Cald-
well and Ella Siegal were brides-
maids, and Jackie Furash was flow-
er girl.
Ushers included Sigfried Dayan
and Nelson Hanover.
Newlywed Mrs. Reznick gradu-
ated from the University of Miami
with a Bachelors degree in educa-
tion She is a member of Kappa
I Delta Pi education honorary, Assn.
for Childhood Education and Fu-
ture Teachers of America. She re-
: ceived her degree cum laude.
The groom, a magna cum laude j
graduate of the University of Mi-1
ami, is a member of Delta Theta \
Mu. arts and science honorary; Phi
Alpha Theta, history honorary; and
Phi Kappa Phi, national scholastic
honorary.
Following a wedding trip to Ha-
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at 116 Alhambra Circle.
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Miss Pearl Will Live in Los Angeles
Barbara Helene Pearl became Mrs. Henry Allen
V. einer in 3 p.m. ceremonies Sunday. June 16, at
E^th El Congregation. The groom's grandmother's
'. dding ring was used at the Father's Day rites,
c\er which Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky and Cantor
Maurice Mamches officiated.
Th? bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Pearl, 1100 SW 23rd ave., Miami. The grooms par-
l is are Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weiner, of Los Angeles,
Calif.
For her wedding, the bride chose a gown of im-
ported chantilly lace and pure Bilk taffeta. Th mold-
l lace bodice was designed with open neckline out
Ined by seed pearls and iridescents. Long sleeves
tapered to points over the wrists.,
The full bouffant skirt of taffeta featured panels
ci lace swept to a regal train.
A cornet crown of seed pearls held her finger-
lip veil ol, French illusion. She carried orchids and
H^phanotfs on her white confirmation Bible.
Maid of honor for her sister was Miss Phyllis
Peart. The bride's twin .sisters, Marcia and Bernice.
werq bridesmaids. Cousin of the bride Robin Faith
Schujtl was flower girl. A friend, Marhene Weiss,
kept the guest book.
Best man was Robert Bressler. the bride's cousin
Another cousin, Jeffrey A. Nadel. was ring bearer
I -hers included Danny Berkowitz, Milton Naik-I.
David Schultz and Bob Bressler. the bride's cousins.
! Bob Apnelrouth and Harvey Miller, friends of
the groom. I ---------------------"
N'ewlywed Mrs. Wein-r attended: -r>r\ *-v-rr> +r\ G+o\r
MiaaJ High and received her Bach t>61 llcUl 10 OlaV
l >rs degree in education at the
I niversity of Miami manna cum
:iAt PhD Studies
l.'jde. She was president of Alpha
1 mbda Delta and received the Al-
; I a Lambda Delta honor award. In
, dition. she was a member of Phi
! jppa Pi. highest honorary on the
I M campus. Mrs Weiner was on
1 a Dean s List and a scholarship
' ident.
Mr Weiner attended Miami
} .ah High School, a. well as I Beach.
schools in New York H is now in of Mr.
Newly married Samuel M.
man and the former Miss Gladys
Klorfein will live in Passadena. Cal .
where he is completing work on Mi
doctorate in theoretical physics at
the California Institute of Technol-
ogy.
The wedding was I Sunday event
in Temple Beth D, WoM Palm
The bride is the daughter
and Mrs. S. Klorfein. West
I -mess in Los Angeles p.ilm Beach. Mr Bcrraan. who re-
Reception and dancing for 500 ceived his Bachelor and Master de-
opk followed the ceremony at
I ra August Memorial Hall. After
a motor trip to the west coast, the
t uple will be at home at 4344 Yen
tuft Canyon ave.. Los Angeles
grees from the Universit] of Mi-
ami, is the son of Mrs Ruth Ber-
man. 74 NK 09th st.
The bride chose for her wedding
a gown of chantilly lace over satin
Her illusion veil was caught to a
pearl crown, and she carried a
Bible with a white orchid and tube-
roses.
Pnscilla Rosenfeld was maid of
honor in ice blue lace and tulle Her
flowers were yellow carnations.
Rabbi Jack Milgrom. Richmond.
Ya brother-in-law of the bride-
groom, wu best man. Ushers in-
cluded Leonard Bernstein and Irv-
ing Levine
Brenson, Hair
Exchange Vows
Miss Leona Branson becaml the
T2<
bride of Raymond Harr on So
June 16. at the Dunes. Ralt&Si
April officiated at the double ring
ceremony. ,
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. William M. Brensee, 04
3390 SW 28th st.. Miami. The
groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Harr. of Galveston, Tex.
The bride wore a ballerina-length
lace gown over taffeta, with netting
over taffeta on bottom. The gown
featured a Queen Anne collar and
fingertip veil of netting and white
stones. She carried a bridal bou-
quet of white orchid and white car-
nations. Maid of honor was Miss
Anne Shapiro. Bridesmaids were
Miss Dorothy Ayars, Miss Elizabeth
M. Davis, and Mrs. John Ried.
Maurice Harr, the groom's bro-
ther, was best man, and ushers
were Ervin Harr, the groom's bro-
ther, Ronald E. Hassel and Michael
L. Stahl.
A dinner followed the ceremony
at the Dunes. The couple will hon-
eymoon in Nassau.
The bride is a graduate of Miami
Senior High School, and is now
finishing nurses training at Jack-
son Memorial Hospital.
The groom is a graduate of Ball
Senior High School and is now with
the Air Force in Miami.
39(v

Rabbi Lehrfield
To Be Married
Mr and Mrs. Al Fried, of Yonk-
( 1 s, NY, announce the engagement
1 their daughter. Ruby Beatrice, to
B ifcbi David Lehrfield. son of Rabbi
;>r.d Mrs. Louis Lehrfield. of Chi-
cafe. 111.
The wedding will tak- place July
7 at Burnside Manor. Bronx. N Y
Mi- Fried is attending Hunter
1 lUege, where she is in her junior
; ear. majoring in mathcmaticv She
il a member of Pi Mu Kpsilon. na
1 anal mathematics honor society,
i td on the Dean's List
She is first vice president of the
B'nai B'nth Hiiiel Foundation and dents, Harriet Rose'nhaus and'Rob
-.eretary treasurer of th- M--n|,. |ert ,rvvm K(lbrow
nan Intercollegiate Bittel Debate The brtde la Uu daughter of Mr
:,'f ,.,, asl Mrs. Matthew B Rosenhaus.
Rabbi Lehrfield is spiritual lead-
er of Kneseth Israel Congregation
Miami Beach. He received hi> BA
ee in philosophy from North
western I'niversin
UM Students Say
Vows in Jersey
a-
Married June 12 In the bri
parents' hone in Hot I \ .1 .
were two Universit) nl Miami itu-
who also have a residence in Miami
Beach. The bridegroom's parents
are Mr. and Mrs. Mannie Bobrow,
of Maplewood. N.J.
The new Mrs. Bobrow will grad-
uate from the I'M in February. She
is a member of Phi Alpha Theta
history honorary. Mr. Bobrow is
a graduate of the Wharton School.
University of Pennsylvania, and is
a law school student at the UM.
After a honeymoon in Bermuda,
the couple will live in Lake Hopat-
cong. N.J.
Miss Weinberg
Plans for August
Mr. and Mrs. Morris W. Wein-
berg. of 2284 SW 2nd st.. announce
the engagement of their daughter.
Lennie. to Barnett Robinson, Jr.,
son of Mrs. Belle Robinson, New
Rochelle. NY., and Mr. Barnett
Robinson. New York City.
Miss Weinberg attended Miami
Senior High School and was grad-
uated from Stephens College, Col-
umbia. Mo.
She received her BS degree iron
Tufts University. Medford Mass. At
present she is attending Columbia
University graduate school for a
Masters degree in clinical audi-
ology.
Mr. Robinson, a veteran of the
[Korean War. was graduated from
Washington and Lee University,
Lexington. Va.. and received his
LLB degree from New York Uni-
versity law school.
Mr. Robinson is presently en-
gaged in the practice of law in New
York City.
An August wedding is planned.
I
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THANKS!
To My Many
Friends For Their
Vote And Support.
TO ALL, I PLEDGE GOOD CLEAN,
HONEST, EFFICIENT GOVERNMENT.
<-Jiarold <^/ni
tiro


15 sruil .TBbh1_

feavy Schedule Slated
By Rabbinic Confab
minrr than 40oWabbis, members I F.manu HI m Fort i ,.,. ,
, ,l conference of Amer offer the adoratton andf2ft T,n
I
,.r Miami Monday for the 68th an-
mention of the oldesl rab
I federation in the United Walt
|N.Y. Report-
Tl"" open
"" 'he invocation tor
Statis and ( anada.
i Rabbi
"H.l'lam. ,.;,., rt Neck, LI
"w" be give,, ,,v ,,,
national and international topics. iP*sident; Rabbi S.dnej I.
I ^ting of he*xecutive board.i* """""^ ch->
,hf Americana hotel, conventloaj A message on "The Idea 0f Godt
(, MDba delivered bj Rabbi Eugene
headquarter-, will precede the con
clave. It is slated for Sunday after-
noon at 2 p.m.
Another executive board session
,, Hated at 9:30 a.m. Monday, with
the official opening of the confer-
ence listed for 8 p.m. Monday night.
eSSSSS sSKSffiSg;
minute discus
up the Tuesday morning
annual Presidents' Award" of Union of
"**!* ^hodoVeW'ShC^^^o^n^ca
at
The educational panel will high
light the use of midrashic and other
Dr.Emil W. Leipzlger, rabbi emer- Jewish sources and experiment* in
preaching, chairman will be Rabbi
Ahron Opher. Rabbis Kmaniel
Green and Alexander If Sehindler
organizations annual national dinner. Shown
?. ,aW2r. Presentation ceremonies are (left to
jtus of Touro Synagogue in New
Orleans will deliver the invocation.
Rabbi Leo J. Stillpass, of Tom-
pie Judea, Daly City, Cal., ha*
been assigned tho reading of the
lervice at Monday night's session.
Highlight of tho opening ssssion
ill be the president's message
by Dr. Israel Bottan, professor of
the Hebrew Union Collego-Jewish
Institute of Religion.
Rabbi Manus Ranson, of Temple
will Mrve on the resource pane
with Rabbi H. Bruce Ehrmann
rei order.
as
stem, president of UOJCA; Dr. Makovsky; Dr
David de Sola Pool, rabbi emeritus of Spanish
and Portuguese Synagogue of New York; and
Gustav Stern, dinner chairman. Award was
presented to Dr. Makovsky far "outstanding
Southwest Center
To Honor Roths
,
A f V j


Southwest Jewish Center will
The publicity panel will discuss ,l('n"r Mr and Mrs '^"'s Roth, of
temple bulletin- and the use ol the C53 SW ,i,h '- wno recently pre-
laws media newspapers, televis- Bented ,np congregation with a
ion and radio Rabbi Samuel M T"rah- at 8:30 p.m. services Friday
Silver, director of public informa- nilil"
tion of the Union ol American He- ls. ""' second Torah the
brew Congregations, will act as con*>regation has received since its
chairman. Rabbis Philip Hiat and ,"'anizat'ori last July. The Torah
Albert G. Silverman (rill serve on was air-cxPrcssed so that it arrived
the resource panel with Rabbi Rob- m Miann in ,imp for the Center's
ert J. Schur a recorder celebration of Shavuoth.
.... Morris Harris, president of the
Another business meeting Is Center, will conduct the service in
booked for Tuesday night at 8 p.m. (be absence Ol Rabbi Abraham
with a digest of committee reports Levitan.
opening (he session. Rahbi Louis A cantata. -TorahOur Tree ol
Joel SircI will give the workshop Life." will he presented hy Robert
service and Rabbi Paul M. Stein- Berman. David Harris, Martin Gold-
berg will offer the adoration At er and Idelle Bbn. members of the
41 QIMDOW
Quadow Elected
Loon r-und Head
At Q loa was unanimously
i <>f the Baron de
H'twh 1 und at a meeting of
iKorganuaii,..! last week.
Election took place at the home
tl Mr and Mrs Leo Ackerman,
1384 SW 18th si Miami. Quadow
owed- Ackerman, who served as
PJMdanl lor the past three years.
l*o nemed to office wore
f<*"k R0e, first vice president;
* Freed, second vice pros!-
*"; Leo Eitenstein. third vice
**'dent, Maurice Grossman,
**"*V; and
'rWrer.
9 p.m Rabhi Samuel S Mayerbcrg,
of Kansas ( ity, Mo. will talk on
"The Columbus Platform20 Year-
Later.'
Wednesday's session noens et
9:30 a.m. with the invocation by
Rabbi Leon A. Jick f Temple
Israel in Boston. It will feature
a business session until 11 a.m.,
when Rabbi Theodore N. Lewis,
of Brooklyn, will speak on "The
Idea of Israel." A discussion per-
iod will follow.
Center's first confirmation class.
Charles Coleman, ritual chair-
man, will talk on '"Beauty of Torah."
Fla. Assn. Elects
Rabbi Abramowitz
At ihe recenl annual conference
ol the Assn. ol Florida Rabbis, th"
following men were installed al the
closing banquet held in Tampa:
. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, of Miami.
Three more work-li.,.- are on the am| Ra,)hi Moms A skop ()f Tcm.
pie Judea, Coral Gables, honorary
to
agenda for Wednesday afternoon,
and an 8 p.m. busini.......ion
opens the evening meeting with
committee report- on the agenda
first Rahbi Harry N. Caplan will
give the workshop service with a
erence lecture slated by Ral
l.em I Km. i ol Toledo Rabbi
irwin If. Rlank will give the adora-
tion and benediction to conclude
Wedni-ilay'- program.
Thursday morning, Rabbi Abn
ham l. Jacobson will give the Invo
cation, with a business Bseetil
i of committee reports follow-
ing. At 11 am. a workshop a
is seheduled. With Rabbi Eugene
Blachsehlegcr reading the service;
Rabbi Theodore II Cordon reading
the scripturr; a conference sermoi
gapei
if
dents, lor their 20 years of
service to the association.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, of
North Shore Jewish Center, Mi
ami Beach, was elected president;
Rabbi Jerome Kestenbaum, Tem-
ple Rodelph Sholom, Tampa, first
vice president; Rabbi Morris
Chapman, St. Petersburg, second
vice president; Rabbi Yaakoy
Rosenberg, of Beth David, Miami,
secretary; Rabbi Harold A. Fried-
man, Temple Beth El, Sarasota,
treasurer; Rabbi David Zielonka,
Temple Shaarai Zedek, Tampa,
parliamentarian; and Rabbi Sam-
uel Mallinger, Kneses Yisroale,
Tampa, historian.
Important resolutions dealt with
Carl Sonntag receives Jewish Floridian Journalism Award from
Rabbi Alexander Gross at Hebrew Academy qraduation ex-
ercises in Algiers hotel last week. Award is mada annually
by Jewish Floridian to qraduatinq Hebrew Academy student,
who shows excellence in writinq proficiency. Carl is son cf
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Sonntaq, 7532 Ad"enture ave.
**l l0 the board of direct**H^ctiun by Rabb. Morrison
w* Sidney H PalmeryR. W. Apte. Blal
jamin Reck. Archie Brie*.. B.
P*. William Friedman. Eat Her
J*""- Abraham
I.AUI
Pepper. Harry
Bush. David Kteber.
Rosen and So
Pred.
Ovedow, a resident of Miami
* Pst 33 VMr,, has served
***dnt of Both David Con
"""on, vice president nf Mi
Z.cni,t District, member of
hy Rabbi Harold I
i l.vrtbrook, NY: and adoration and |ne danger ol inroads ol Religion in
" ||,e public school-: relationship of
American Jewish CommunlUei to
,h,. sute ol Israel; rotation ol rah
trojn 2 until 3 pm Thursday, ,,K ,(1 sma|ier communities in Flor
the delegates wiH h.ar summaries w||ew Ihpre arc ,,,
of all tfic Wprksbops. ,,,. extension of services
w,Ti follow with reports ,,,,,,,,,.^1, of newly ailil.ated
Anderson Conducts
Sunday's Concert
I eroy Anderson returns after a
absence to conduct the next
, two pop concerts, on .lune 23 and
I SO, in the air-conrjitioncd Miami
i Beach auditorium.
The 8:30 program Sunday in-
cludes ihe "Overture to Rosa-
munde." by Schubert: ''On the
Beautiful Blue Danube." by Strauss;
"l-p.ina Rhapsody," Chabrier;
"1812 Overture," Tchaikovsky; and
Mississippi Suite." by Grofe. Also
scheduled is a yroup of Anderson's
popular number-.
meeting
Anderson has been busy for the
s ;;-,,,iur:rr\;::,'1:;::..r->-rwnun8_new mus,c.,,,h
A bn iih'-s _,_. .vlon.in nf servi
with report
ihe
the hundreds
If*0r ANDHSON
Jewish n'sicicni-
, and non-affihati'il
'"; moving into Florida; IntegraUon it

">W of Jewish EducathMT, A"*n
of the residiiiirn committee
pr#*dent' MMgt L0Min>f
comni.i.ei. M thanks and publk (, >(,ho|>: ami the rtreng
relations, the nominating commit ^ (f y(|Utn Rroups the
tee. unfinished business and the ^^ l,(ll,inuI,,ies in Honda.
benedicUon. At 8 p m. an Alumn conference was
dinaer will conclude the main WJ.....^ ^ wll!l H,h,s
expectation of a Broadway produc-
tion before long.
The concerts are drawing record |
crowds. The first two. conducted I Anderson an unusual contract.
He
38

a** Lo<'9e. B'nai B'rifh, and
1 Bov.rnors of the Groat
Jswish Fodorathwi.
BSft *ttet ifeftiiiMfc
k^,, >n and makes in Mr-
part of the iv
9-30 am Pnda>
acts* boat_________
lion
J** loens lo needy person an
2"'^'" n meet, on Ihe act Grt ad "1"
r* '""rih Monday of oachjcounc.l
tthe Bureau of Jewish Ed jnounccd that a fu
d**** NW 3rd .ve. 'will be held for this project
Women. I
I l p m at the
Wdliam Lehman. 640
C^ Concourse. Mmi Shores
Th0 Saorei Wriston bts
0 provide a minimum of four bows
nced that a fund ra.s.n, .i ai P lo(hing
. ,< /,. ihi. nruiect at a i"
by D'Artega, played to "standing
room only."
AnHerson ht: appeared as a
frequent guest conductor with
the Boston Pops and the Kansas
City Philharmonic. North Caro-
lina Symphony and the Fort
Wayne Philharmonic. Ho receiv-
ed all of his education on one
street in Cambridge: grade
school, high school and Harvard
University, whore ho was given
a magna cum leudo in music.
was to conduct and-record for them
his own compositions. To start
things off. he wrote "Blue Tango,"
1952's best selling record: And to
make thins* a little more urn
"Blue Tango" hnd ho lyrics, and
\vas even pretty hard to Whist
Andersen's personal appeal as a
conductor has added to hi- name
value with the public, and his con-
ducting of his own compositions has
made him a favorite as a guest
In
1951, Decca Records offered conductor.


Paae 10-B
+ km4*tnrrM**r
1
KlNNtTH fKllttMAH
Kenneth Friedman
Is Bar Mitzvah
Kenneth Harris Friedman will be-
come Bar Mitzvah during Saturday
morning services, June 22 of Beth
David Congregation. Rabbi Yaakov
Rosenberg will officiate
Kenneth is the KM of Judge and
Mrs. Milton Friedman. 3001 SW 2nd
ave.. Miami.
The Bar Mitzvah is an eighth
grade student at Shenandoah Junior
High School, where he is a member
of the band.
His parents will be hosts at Kid
dush following the Bar Mitzvah
ceremony.
Among guests will be Kenneth's
grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel
Stern. 303 SW 31st rd.. and Mr. and
Mrs. William Friedman. 1036 SW
20th ;i\e
r'Minnttnj,
eativity, *,, '
:ich woul
independent
Philip, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Jacobs, will become
Bar Mitxvah at Tample
Emann-El Saturday morning.
June 22. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man will officiate. Philip is a
seventh grade student at Mi-
ami Beach High and attends
Temple Emanu-Q religious
school.
Robert Frederick, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert Schull, will
become Bar Mitzvah at Tem-
ple Emanu-Q Saturday morn-
ing. June 22. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman will officiate. Robert
is a seventh grade student at
Miami Beach High and at-
tends Temple Emanu-Q re-
ligious school.
"Jewish F.mi,yH!
* O,d"*"on ret*,,, jfl
community. Th. ^
aehlove this 8o.l only *
?"t and open-h..rt,d w
of th. community." ,x#cutiyt
rector Comanor said.
Leadership of b<,.hageciM|
.hea?,rha,Temphasued ***.
that the Jewish communitv can I
now "by offering Jewish p
Service suitable foster homes,
t boarding homes. rent/u,
nursing and eonvaJeaee* J
and hotels."
Aged Home Clamps
Down on Admissions
Applications for admission to the Jewish Home for the Aged arc
being closed effective immediately. Unanimous approval of the action
w.i- revealed this week by the admissions committee of the Home.
Miami Beach Councilman Harold B. Spaet. admissions committee
chairman, and Home president Abe Kurman declared Wednesday that
the move received approval only "after a thorough study of the facts"
and consultation with leaders of Jewish Family Service and the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation.
had no alternative." said '-------------------------
"We had no
Kurman and Spaet. "but to arrive worth ln Detroit. Cleveland. Titts-
Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Rubin Safier. 9341 Collins
ave., will become Bar Mitzvah
Saturday morning, June 22,
at North Shore Jewish Cen-
ter. Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
witz will officiate. Michael is
a student in religious school
of Center and attends Nauti-
lus Junior High.
Barry, son of Mrs. Pearl Mill-
man. 1885 Daytonia rd.. will
become Bar Mitzvah Satur-
day morning, June 22. at
North Shore Jewish Center.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
will officiate. Barry is a stu-
dent in religious school of
Center and attends Nautilus
Junior High.
at this decision in the best interests
of the increasing number of appli
cants to the Home."
The Home officials explained that
the organization's bed capacity of
84 is much too small for the already
lengthy waiting list.
United Fund Calls For Negotiations
burgh, Chicago, Philadelphia and
St. Louis."
This problem has become so sen-
ous they declared, that the two
agencies and the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, the central plan-
ning and fund raising agency for
the Jewish community, are working
closely together in the development
of overall plans for Jewish senior
citizens.
Jewish Family Service will ac-
cept referrals from the Home of
those persons applying to it for
age on waiting lists for long periods instltution,, care .. bee ,he
"More than 40 persons are en
our waiting list as of new, and for
many of them it will mean a wait
of two years or more before they
can be admitted."
: "Maintaining people of advanced
l lists f(
!of time,' 'they added.
The new United Fund of Dade
County this week united 46 char-
itable health, wi Hare and commun-
ity organizations to negotiate their
participation in the hrst United
Fund drive in Janu
Insurance Aqenc; Moves
.1 M. I.ipton Insurance Agency
this week ar dUDced removal of its
offices to new and larger quarters
at 136 NE 1st -t Miami. 'I he move
baa been mads to eervt l m
cy's expanding clientele batter and
more efficiently, the ..'i:iouncemcnt
states.
Final acceptance of the organiza-
tions will come from the UF board
of directors.
Jewish Family Service, an af-
filiate of the Community Chest,
is amonq the 46 organiiations
asked to negotiate with UF this
week. Alto invited is th* Great-
er Miami Jewish Community Can-
tor.
Inviting other agencies to join
is currently under consideration by
the l sited Fund admissions com-
mittee beaded by Jajnej i. Keller.
Jr.
s a groas | experience of the Home that many
disM-rvice rather than a service. For i.^ii_._,. ,__ ,__......:___,
applicants for institutional care
could benefit equally, if not more
so, from non-institutional services,"
'jPearlstein explained.
native planning a ong non-.n.st.tu- Ar,hur Kash nMd of the
tional lines. Applications will be :nome-B
the majority of older people, con-
tinued acceptance of applications
becomes a serious barrier to alter
(faitie
MIAMI to
1/ITest Indies
unisj ships ... etsr />ois-ot c* u ...fere

^wslfes^fcta.-
accepted again as soon as the wait-
ing list is reduced below the 23
figure.
"We shall, however, be more flex-
ible regarding the mentally alert
laged who are sick and incapaci-|or
tated. because vacancies for them
c>ccur with much greater frequency,
1 and there are far fewer of them
on the waiting list
Such residents are housed in the
Ablin Memorial building, which la
the chronic sick facility of the
Home.
social service depart mem.
in a recent study of services needed
1
10-DAY CRUISE... $190
V.VAWIOUTH CASTLE
Pert-ee-Priaxe He* drtedO
Creded TrejrHe earn tea ISeeanh]
Caretse etr.erleefi Wesl leei (tuUfcl
PortAafeaie Jemke (W*l
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Mr 3.16.30
leaves MIAMI feesdeyt |fj|
Modern ships-Siminin| Pool. Sun Deck. Eictllant Cuisine. Enieitammenl by Cmm Director
SUM Ship i hotel H public rooms aif-condilioned badioomsan-cooiadouii-taiid^ieaad
Weekly 4-DAY CRUISE... $69
S. S. IVANGUS*! ar
$. S. VASMOUTM CASTIE
HAVANA ft NASSAU aZTZ%
tenet MIAMI every Eridey I PM
t teeeesf rW Derailed' feWer re -aav
EASTERN SHIPPING CORPORATION. Gen I Agent
Pier 3 .t O. Bo 1*3) M.omi 6 Ho T.I S 3-131 I > t*"' frevel A9.
Open evening* to 6 P M mcl Sundays
Contomitantly with the ttate-
mont of tho Homo's leaders, Al-
vin Cassol, president of Jowish
Family Service, announced that,
bocawso of its pott and present
concern about senior citiiens, JFS
ho established a special depart-
ment for services to tho aged in
order to increase the effective-
ness of its help to this group of
clients, a* well as to emphasise
and dramatise to the community
that tervices already exist de-
signed specifically for the needs
of older persons. Cassol report
ed that JFS had received a small,
beejinnino allocation for this pur-
pose from the Community Chest.
Albert (Onianor and Maurice
Pearlststa, executive directors ,i
JFS and the Home, stressed that
the closing of intake by the Hoane
confronts the Jewish community of
Greater Miami -with a serum*
problem and a daring challengea
challenge for the community to as
sume leadership in the develop-
ment of desperately needed noo-
institutional services such as have
been established and proven their
by 226 applicants, showed that al-
though 73 of the 226 actually re-
quired institutional placement, 153.
more than two-thirds, really
needed such non-institutional ser-
vices as foster home placement,
homemaker service, friendly visit
ing, supplementary financial as-
E
August bros hY[
is t*i- a/ si
0
"lenHFial
t-KGAL N0TICI
vir-Tunis, i- v ,.,. u<
Defendant.
TO: WR1.^ rVWH
s..i I ran
Ktm Orlea Uulelaia
vLJi",..:if.,J"":''"' '' I
fMlulrc-.l r.i
i'l..mi <>n ii. i
hOBKRT M iiai
orllm.l In th. '
IheClr. II i
dej of July, IS.17.
' Decree I r..... wm |_
K.-iiiihI you.
I>ATK|i Ihlr. :- f Jan.
m Miami. I ... .
l; UBATHKHM
luall i'..uii I r\
ll>. Jl IAN KXI
eVSl.|t, T/I.1I

1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES CoJ
IN AND FOR DADE C0Ur>
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No
III IU-: KSTAIK nl-
mkvi:i: r .i iWITT,
I H-i .
NOTICE TO CREOITOHS
To All <>.-!
In I'lalma ^r I.....u.l- .\
SJsfte:
Yriu, aint ..i. h >>f s*-ti nr> h.r.byl
llfled and r|
rlalma ami rl^nianil h;
elthi-r nf you |
eatalr ..f METEH JAWITZ. |
rraaed. Int. of I -..-1. fount*, Flo
10 ih^ Honombk < intj JuHge
tHtdf Couniy, .
their offi<-- In Hi. Count) Courts
In tfede Coonty, 1-1' r rta,
ralrndar months fnim lh# 'I
flrt pul.ll. ih.i, Kald rtf
or rlcm.-inil. lo runt iln ih- -nil
itir. of tti' and I > h# ej
to ami presented n- aforeaaH, art
ulll lir luiir.-.l S.
the i*r> Probati
I'.le June 1. A I'
JENNIE J t'l rz mi.iv. m\
ami I'M HA M 1
Aa Itsenil..... [
Tr-tarnrlll ..I Ml V!
KOVNKR A- MAVN'IK
421) Lincoln i:
Attorney! I
/?l-W. T/5-1!
IN COUNTY JUDGES' C0UR1
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA f
No. 36'3i B
STATE "I
\\ Al.l.Mi: IIHiCN
I >. .
NOTICE OF INTENT ON TO M*
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE :
, final .
II,ml IWr-ehara.
....!.. Of WM-I.V. Ill';';-" I
hii.I thai on I he :
will aupli ,
imWlJNi! i
Couni)
rinal r.
,t..i uf the I of ll-H
HKUjH d<
itta-Y,,
KOVNKR N ISSH
At tori '"

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Ham 1 lb>

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NWMZN<
QOXVON mm* hom.
1333 Dode Boultvard Mloml Beoch
Id ward T. Niwmos
Funorol Director
Harry Gordea
Pretldtnl


jjttle League baseball time has arrived, and
,bees a group of Miami Beach supporters of
! national sport at Pumpernik's restaurant. Little
Leaguers (left to right) are lames Hauser. Mike
Ehrlich. (Jerry Greenside and Bob Dowling.
Sanding left to right) are Lt. Sidney Unterberg.
[president oi Police and Firemen's Benevolent
Asen.. a team sponsor; Irving Rubin ol Pum-
perniks another sponsor; and Jim Joynes. of
Florida Power and Light Co.. also a sponsor.
n ,a"d IoYDnes < members of Optimist
Club of Miami Beach, backers of Little League,
which also has Mercantile National Bank as a
sponsor. Some 70 youngsters held kickoff
ore aidant at Pumpemik's Sunday.
Ol
u a r i c 5
ISIDORE SCMEPPS
l.-.l!
jrei facturer, lie *>
,. m year*
'. K) ;
| .
MRS SARAH GOLDBERQ
[I i nl of ill
n Chlea i- mat-
Sim I'.r lawi.kN .
..n.1 Max Urea
r \ .... i .* *lter.
N Mi
in :> in Chicago.
HARRY FMRLlCH
lh i., died Juw 10. A re-
r .i rnrn i-UiihinK
r n- rrldrnt here It
III** hl wife.
. k d two > irhum
! In Rlvemlde-
iapel, with but ul *ni
, LlBiln

ml .i -I-', i
In Ni >m \
I
C ,1- i

,' i burial In
MKS A\NIE ROSKIND
.
Mervti \i.
mnrtnl iti.i,..!. ., Mi \. .
Centeti
MRS. BERTHA STERN
A i. | '.m .
mrvi\ .il b) h, i h inland, J
I >r 11
brother anil twn -,-.!- Service* .ml
burial I IpMa
mr.inaeiin-nt- wi re I" (Uvi
iii mortal Chapel
MRS YETTA MARKS
| i ,llct .Inn.- A
ir-. -he
i i I ncreaatliin
lh Miami I < r- Kurvlvtns
I* i -ind Myer;
l.i na Ttml'ei flv*
1 live tMrat-arand-
n Ken .. i-ii- June IS at
ipi I. with burial
I Ml SI i \*.
SAMUEL EPSTEIN
i |4. A
I owrm r I \, v v :.
hotel,
A"' w.i-'. fill ... ^n, R
Uui ulster: i ,_),. r,
ndchJMren.
K. i, 14 at a
Ml
MRS. SARAH PINE
' i" Da I 14, A
r. -ni-' v i\..I
on, Si.In. ) .- i i. h and ll I' Ml
'.i i; i I: i \. i
M>!ll
ally.
SAMUEL SPITZ
I'alm
II- tan i
m buajaeai
% York
n i i ... r.ii Cbapati
leta.ir.- i.mi;eineiit
'
:
I
!"'
I '
SAMLEL SIEUEL
died J
k. h in*
ih. i
><
,i i n
i,. !,.ii r*ui
ALFRED h CINSBCRO
Ii .il in II A
H<
.i lUgfeter.
Hi' l.i, a bi Hi.
r*-'' ; I. r .-
nl Home, with
,.,. JACOL GOODMAN
v .
Ik .i,ii,m,| I,
' ., -u-iii
N.w V..ik.
haiM-l
MRS. FANN.E TARTAKOPP
S7. i.f MS Euclid avi ,n. ,1 June \
- nl hei nl
t danxliti It M' M
Mi Ami.! Ilnl'iri; ihri i and
a nlnter Kervl June ll .11
Rlvrri-I.l- I \! lal rha|i*l,
with imriul In Ml Blnal Ometerj
HARRY A. ROSE
v l
. I lived
in i- 10 yea
II
.i
H -. Ih|.
'
III Ml.
SAMUEL FISHMAN
\
'
I
ROSC HART
Ann, I.
JOSEPH PREIS
7."iJ8 '".iihi-- eve., died June IV A
i. -i,i. nl hen -K > .i; -. he leavi Mi
w if-. --ii .1- v......ind ;>
dnuchti r, Mr Llla P.....urn -' rvlcef
n i; i Sea fork, i i h
local --);. Rlvi i'mIi -) U ai h
: '1 i *ha|M I.
DAVID RESNICK
died
\ realdem hi i e three
1. !-. P '!:
two
Ui '.i.i: ii ..i I
nil n i-i. r,
y vlrea wen
I : i .M ......i'I
Page 11-B
14-Year-0ld Youth Will Represent
Area in Optimist's Oratory Contest
it-inr.4* ta___ 1 -. -'
Neal Sonnett, 14-yearold Miami
Beacn student, will represent Fior-
ina. Cuba, and Puerto Rico next
week in the international oratorical
contest sponsored by the Optimist
Hobs international at Philadelphia.
The young son of Mr. and Mrs. Mur-
ray Sonnett, 1360 Stillwater dr,
Miami Beach, will compete aqainst
J8 other district finalists in the
inert for top honors.
Principal prize is a scholarship
of $1,000 to the school of the win-
ner's choice. Preliminary elimina-
tions were set for Wednesday, with
the finals on Saturday
Winnr already of three pre-
liminary competitions, Sonnett
will deliver e five-minute address
on "Optimism: The Indispensable
Asset." Recently graduated from
Nautilus Junior High School,
here he was president of the Stu-
dent Council, the youngster won
the right to compete up North by
snaring the erea contest conduct-
ed eight weeks ego by the North
Shore of Miami Beach Optimists
Club.
HtAl SOftNETT
He followed this by topping all
county challengers for the zone Nautilus School's Oratorical So-
championship. Sonnctt's third cup Iciety. directed and coached by lifts
was captured May 11 at the District
Four competition at St. Petersburg,
where he triumphed over contes-
tants from throughout the state,
plus Cuba and Puerto Rico.
The annual oratorical contest is
limited to boys under 16 years of
age. Sonnett is one of the young-
est competitors in the field of 38.
Judging is based on contents and
originality of the address, with par-
ticular emphasis on poise, delivery
and ability of the speaker to im-
press his audience. Several lesser
scholarships are awarded to run-
ner-up.
Sonnett was a member of the
Mary Milard. He's long been in-
terested in the theatre and has ap-
peared many times in benefit shov..
sponsored by the Women's Aux-
iliary of Variety Children's tfes-
pital. Leonard Platt is president
of the local Optimists, whose ban-
ner Sonnett carries to Philadelphia.
MRS. R03E STASHKIN
-v. :
... i riu-
'
RLE'. COPLON
,!i.,l
htero, Mi
Ann Carbi r and -Mi Klein-
Servl .uui bui lal wen In Al-
bany, N. v., with Newman-Gordon
i- mil i.i Home in chai
. n ti
MRS. ELSIE DAViDSON
':. ,-f v ''' I '-nn-\ Iva i a ii vi'., died Jnni-
15, a resident here IS years, Aw Ih
survived bj ,, daujrhter, Mre. Dorothy
., -hi, Arnold; two rtatern, Sfrn.
K'iil:i Span- anil .Mr--. Nettie K-Hil.il';
and ., brother Services were June it
.,i Riverside-Beach Memorial Chapel.
null burial In fit. Blnal Cemetery.
MRS. CELIA DEUTSCH
I ISO .-'W l'm.i at., died June ll
sin- rame here flv- yean '-" from
Rochester, N.Y. Survivors Includi her
hiiviianil, Phillip; a daughter. Mis
ll,:., i in- ami a eon, Robert. Services
. v. |th local .ii -in--"--
in-iu- by Rlveralde-Beach Memorial
Chapi I.
AARON SCHWARTZ
f 1 hi i'olllna ave died Jun I
i lallor, h," canie here I- years
Tnere ar< n loi .1
survlvorfli s. n. and burial were In
Iloston, with Sewman-Oordon Puneral
Competent Legal Secretary
S75 to start.
Writ.' H. H. P. 0. Box 2973
Miami 17, Flo.
w
LbbMIMi ,LOlJlS R<>K
. his
ISAAC LEVIN
, II
I
l\>- I Ii;
Mn Kin I V-
grand, nil "* s
KIOUS RtmSMMG
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War Claims Filing
Deadline Nearing
NEW YORK American citizens
who have claims against Italy for
losses or damage to property suf-
fered during World War II, on the
baMs of Article 78 of the Peace
Treaty with Italy, must file appli-
cations not later than June 28. the
World Jewish Congress reports
here.
Claims should be filed directly
with the Ministers del Tesoro,
Raggioncrie dello Stato Ufficii
Beni Alteati e Nemici, Via Tor
Fiorenza, 35, Rome, Italy.
The WJC said that applications
may also be filed by Nazi persecu-
tees who fled to the United States
and had their possessions in transit,
such as lift vans, impounded by
the Italians and then seized by the
Nazis at such ports as Trieste and
Naples.
3 BEDROOMS. 2 BATHS, new loca-
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Hwy. I, circular driveway, doted
garage, larne living room, large Flor.
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yard. FurnitheB $88,500. Unfurnished
125.000. 3-133 N.E. 2Cth Ave.. Cor.il
Woods Oakland "ark. Port Lander-
dale. Phone LO 4-3704.
LOTS ACREAGE
HOMES RENTAL
Norman E. Butler, Realtor
13030 N.V. 7th Ave. MO 1-1440
10,000 ACRE RANCH
ON A HIGHWAY
at $100 per Acre
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INVESTMENTS
2400 First Street
FORT MYERS, FLA.
EDISON 5-4421
SALES DIRECTOR
For the New JEWISH FAMILY BIBLE
MENORAH PRESS is presenting ths long awaited first edi-
tion of the JEWISH FAMILY BIBLE. This great undertaking
is the result of the combined efforts of the lecders in Jewish
religious life Orthodox, Reformed and LibtraL The man
selected will be given a drawing account with an oppor-
tunity for unusually large earnings.
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