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

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

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, dumber 36
Combining THt JEWISH UHITY and THf JEWISH WEEKLY
________Miami, Florida, Friday, September 6, 1957 ~
Price 20*
leir Scores Soviet Stand on Israel
\apai Leader Sees
[S. Policy Revision,
Hd-East Intervention
letoEban
Israelis
Patience
|ESALEM-i.n'\ Israel of-
! this wwk awaited indica-
[tbt the Eisenhower Admin-
had any policy for the
I Syrian crisis t"ins beyond
lit effort I" keep Syria's
i neighbors from resolving
r by direct military action
ISjna's pro-Communist re-
[objeetive appeared to be
Bment of Lo> Henderson.
[Department expert on the
tEm. who has hern holding
|wM Arab leader- throughout
i East Henderson, who
I list Egypt or Syria, was
I to return lo Washington
I to report to his superiors.
Jfci authoritatively reported
Haillnued en Pag* 7A
JTA By Dirtct Tletye Wire
TEL AVIVThe United States is
expected to revise its current pol-
icy and announce that any further
Soviet expansion in the Middle
Fast or a Syrian attack on any of
its neighbors would call for United
States intervention. Dr. Giora Jos-
ephthal. secretary general of the
Hapai party, told a party confer-
ence at Tel Adashim Tuesday.
Dr. Josephthal pointed out that
Israel had warned the U.S. at an
early phase of Egypt's rapproche-
ment with the Soviet Union but
that Washington had responded
with further appeasement of Col.
Nasser.
Syria may go the uw read as
Egypt, ha continued, unless
America mokes a policy declara-
tion which will replace the Eis-
enhower Doctrine which Dr.
Josephthal said has proved in-
effective.
The leader of the labor party
suggested that Israel ask the Uni-
ted States now for arms to protect
herself in view of the newest arms
imbalance in the Middle East.
ngarian Jews to Affiliate
WJC as First Contact
m '49 Made With West
JTA- By Direct Teletype Wire
MiAn .nt providing for the affiliation of the Cen-
of "" lewrj with the World Jewuli i ongress was
8unulL re and iii Budapest Tuesday.
(jreemfnt outgrowth of conferences in Zurich Aug. 23
*een Hun I, wish leaders and WJC officers,
-+ Hcpresenting the WJC were its
president. Dr. Nahum Coldmann:
the three chairmen of the hr.inehes
of the World Executive of the Con-
gress, Dr. Israel Goldstein, of New
York. Israel M. Sieff. of I-ondoii,
and Dr. Arieh Tartakower, of Je-
rusalem; and several others
The Hungarian board was rep-
resented by board chairman An-
dreas Sos, vice president Miklos
Vida. and Budapest Chief Rabbi
Benoschofsky. a member of the
executive of the Central Board.
Nc Parley
in Israel
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ational atomic confer-
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Itthovoth Israel. Sm>
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"* *orld v, ,.,,t ,rom
"neighbors ln the area.
*< it scientific insti-
e represented.
WfST '''"-tional.
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* ting. The others
ttonsl Union of Pure
and the Weiz-
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balled
pure as-
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The Hungarian group will be
represented on the WJC Execu-
tive and will have the right to
express its opinions, even when
it disagrees with the majority.
To promote cooperation between
the Hungarian community and
the Congress, a "World Jewish
Congress committee in Hungary"
will be elected.
Dr. G. M. Riegner, WJC repre
Continued on Page eA
Red Reporter Told Off
At Press Assn. Meeting;
Ike Doctrine Still Favored
JERUSALEM(JTA(Israel has done nothing to warrant the un-
friendly attitude displayed by the Soviet Union lately, Mrs. Golda Meir.
Foreign Minister of brael. declared Wednesday at a luncheon in her
honor tendered by the Foremn Press Assn.
Asked by the correspondent of
IS. G01DA Mff*
. "net clever eneunh"
Immigration
Bill Opens
Door Here
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
House voted by a better than two-
tturds majority this week for immi
gration legislation permitting more
than 60.000 additional immigrants
to enter the United States in the
next year.
The House approved by 293-58
the Senate-passed bill which pro
Tass, the official Soviet news agen-
cy, whether Israel desired to im-
prove her relations with the USSR.
Mrs. Meir said that Israel was will-
ing to listen and receive advice on
how to improve relations with Mos-
cow. "We are not clever enough
| to think up more steps than we
have already taken." she said, and
added that Israel was willing to re-
peat everything she had already
done in this matter.
Mrs. Meir accented Israel's pol-
icy of seeking friendship with all
countries irrespective of their in-
ternal regimes. Israel sees no
reason for the Soviet Union's un-
friendly attitude, she said. "We
regret it and hope it may change
in the future."
RAflf FROM MOSCOW
Asked whether Israel's adher-
ence to the Eisenhower Doctrine
had strengthened peace in the Mid-
dle East. Mrs. Meir answered: "1
am afraid I cannot tell you. We
still hope it will." The Foreign
vides for minor revision of the Mc-1 Min'st "'I"'1 that il was "on,y
Carran-Walter Act. The House also
passed technical amendments that
are expected to receive swift Sen-
ate approval, ensuring enactment
of the immigration measure before
adjournment.
Of particular importance in the
bill is the re-allocation of 18,656
isai which were left unused under
the Refugee Relief Act of 1953.
Of these, 14.000 are earmarked for
escapees from Soviet orbit areas.
The remainder will be avail-
able for Jewish refugees from
Egyptian persecution as well as
Continued on Peqe 8 A
natural" that Israel have closer re-
lations with countries which allow
Jewish cultural, national and relig-
ous life within their borders, as
well as those which permit their
Jewish nationals to emigrate or
visit Israel.*
To a query by the correspondent
of Radio Warsaw about Israel's
likely position in the event the
USSR proposed an arms embargo
for the Middle East. Mrs. Meir re-
plied that the idea would be fine tially jammed by the Soviets,
if made at the right time. How mm Communist youth said
Police Break Up
Battling Youth
TEL AVIV youth delegation to the Moscow
Youth Festival returned to Lsrael
this week with its pro-Communist
and non-Communist elements pre-
vented only by a police cordon
from coming to blows on the Haifa
docks.
Friction between the two dele-
gations, which prevailed through-
out the return trip, was close to
a stage of violence when the ship
docked. A quickly-organized police
barrier prevented a fight over
charges by the non-Communist
youth that the pro-Communist
youth had slandered Israel at the
Moscow Festival.
Both groups agreed that Russian
Jewry was the victim of discrimina-
tion and that a great desire existed
among Russian Jews to emigrate
to Israel. The young people said
most of the Russian Jews they met
were acquainted with Israel via
Knl Zion- Lagolah, whose foreign
language broadcasts were only par-
The
that
evt r, she emphasized, if such
Continued on Pe-e 2 A
Jews from remote regions of Rus-
sia made special trips to Moscow to
neet the Israel visitor-
tHtvntmt cjmjkww. rrponff *tws m* grjMTgMTcp jew?
Families Thrown Out of Homes as Polish
Police Refuse Protection from Vandals
IX)NDON (JTA) With the
connivance of the police authori-
ties and with the approval of gov-
ernment officials, two Jewish
families in Wroclaw (Breslaui.
Poland, were evicted from their
homes after being brutally as-
saulted by Polish anti Semites, ac-
cording to a report in the latest
issue of "Die Folkstimme." Yid-
dish language daily newspaper
published in Warsaw.
Under Polish law. Jews repat-
riated to Poland from the Soviet
Union are permitted to occupy
homes vacated by Poli-h Jews
who have emigrated to Israel In
the instance reported to "Die
Folkstimme" by its Wroclaw cor-
respendent, A. Stark, a Polish
Jewish family named Born.stem
left Wroclaw last month for Is-
rael. Before departing, Bornstein
turned over his home to two cou-
sins. Joseph Kogut and Samuel
Cooper who, with their families,
including several young children,
ha-d just been repatriated from
the Soviet Union.
Stark's dispatch reports that
he had been notified that anti-
Semites had broken into the
Kogut Cooper home, smashed
the furniture, piled the remain-
der of the belongings of both
families into a dark corridor,
and occupied the home. Stark,
who visited the Kogut-Cooper
home, found a Polish family
headed by A. Lubotzky, in oc-
cupation of the home. The pol-
ice, who had been summoned
by Kogut were on the thres-
hold, but told Stark their job
was only to report to the city
prosecutor.
The secretary of the Wroclaw
branch of the United Assn. of
Jewish Cultural Organization no-
tified the city committee of the
Communist party and the City
Continued on Page 3A

I
111


Pago 2-A
vJewist Fk>rk/k>n
Friday, SeptemW c
if
I Meir Scores Soviet Stand on Israel
Continued from Page 1 A
proposal were made after large
arms deliveries to Egypt and now
Syria, "we could not accept it as
a bonafide proposal." If made un-
der conditions which made Israel
feel safe from Arab attack, she in-
dicated, such a proposal would re-
ceive Israel's favor.
Isratl feels extreme anxiety
about the stream of Soviet arms
to Syria not onlv bgeau
receiver has been preaching the
destruction of Israel for the past
ten years, but also because the
supplier is one of the great pow-
ers which, by radio and press,
has displayed hostility toward Is-
rael, Mrs. Meir said. Asked if
Israel would like to receive arms
from the United States, she re-
plied: "Any objective observer
would understand that Israel
cannot remain weak in the face
of the rapidly growing strength
of her neighbors."
Asked why Israel's arms dc-
' mands today were not voiced with
the same insistence as two years
I ago. at the time of the Czech Egyp-
tian arms deal, the Foreign Min-
ister said: Maybe because we
I learned in 1955 that nations did not
j queue up to send us weapons." She
noted that Israel had .strengthened
I herself in the last two yearsboth
as a result of arms received from
friendly nations and by arm- "
| quired" during Oiejiinai campaign
newsman that Israel holds by its
position that the Arab refugees
should be resettled in the 'present
host countries"the Arab states in
which they are now livingwhere
.here are no difficulties such as dif-
fering languages, religion Of BJ*f
of life. She indicated that [anal
would have the backing on this
1 matter of many nations which un-
derstand that the refugee question
COUld have been solved had not
Arab leaders been using the wftl-
paaa as a political weapon for their
own aims. ^,k
The greatest needs of the Middle
East, she reiterated, are freedom
from poverty and disease, She siig
tested that competition among the
great powers in the Middle Bait
concentrate on supplying tractors
and irrigation equipment rather
than munitions.
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relation*, according to Dr. F. Shin-
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This had sparked Anglo-British
trade, he noted, but recently trade
relations had become "static" and
looked 'very unpromising" for the
future.
Dr. Shinnar reported that Israel
had already used 40 percent of the
sum Germany had agreed to pay
a.- reparations and had contracted
for another ten percent. This
meant that Israel already had taken
advantage of half of the equiva-
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Bonn.
out Israel's ship pur-
chasei under German reparations
terms, he said that by 1983 the
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r6. 1957
-Jewisti FhrkJiian
Dr.
Benson Will Head
Page 3-A
ISfnai Pathology Lab
. president of Mt. Sinai Hospital, Wednesday announced
\m Jnt of I>r Jerome Benson as pathologist to the hospital.
f*s *n has served as associate pathologist at Mt. Sinai since
' "wand wn asMstant medical examiner for Dade county in
Baum Slated
Je Ner Tamid
-ring at Hn:h Hoi) Hay ser-
K Temple Ner Tamid in the
[I] hotel will ;: '''" sheP-
Rjaum. of New York.
Liisheld rabbinical post-, in
Ljdit Mi-- '"' N-^-!
pjrt'citj. and \ !>any. N.Y.
_ Baum was l itioned in
jfer !> year- J chaplain
fihe IS Arms He is IMM
* of the Albany Jewish
my Center and the Hud-
EeyZioni-t region.
j :>een chic i supervisor
Urr Ijw enforci i nl lor the
Cftrt Slate Depart mi nt of Ag-
and Market-.
Rabbi Baum will be
rSidney Handel He has ren-
lisc musical liturgy in syna-
iin New York and I'hiladel-
Dr. Benson's duties include su-
pervision of the Pathology tefeora
tory, presentation of clinical path-
ological conferences, teaching of
dr. nnorni Bthson
I interns and residents, and super-
I viMon of the training of pathology
I residents.
Dr. Benson also is assistant
professor of pathology .t the
University of Miami school of
medicine, assistant professor of
legal medic in* at the univorsity,
a follow of the College of Amer-
ican Pathologist*, and member of
the Inter net, one I Academy of
Pathology.
The 34-year-old pathologist, who
received his medical training, at
Creighton University school of
medicine, Omaha, Nebr., and in-
terned at Fordham Hospital. N.Y.,
was a pathology resident at Ford-
"ham Hospital, Post-Graduate Hos-
pital Bellevue Medical Center,
N.Y, and completed his training
at Mt. Sinai Hospital here in 1954.
Ho was assistant chief of the
Laboratory Service to the Fifth
General Hospital (U.S. Army),
Stuttgart, Germany, during his
military service.
His most recent publications in-
clude "The Relation of a High Fat
Diet to the Production of Breast
Tumors in the Female Rat." Jour-
nal of Cancer Research; a study of
blowfish poisoning in the Journal
of Forensic Sciences; and a paper
on "Weil's Disease and Pancreatic
Carcinoma Study of Clotting
Mechanism Defects." in the Amer-
ican Journal of Clinical Pathology.
Dr. Benson and his family reside
at 150 SW 32nd ct. rd., Miami. His
wife is the former Minette Victor-
sohn, of Mt. Vernon, N.Y., and the
couple have two children, Lisa, 7,
and Jane, 3.
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mi-Semitic Slogans Hit Seacoast
ON (JTAi Holidaying
sat Brighton on the south-
USKoast ere greeted Mon-
pd Tuesday with a series of
_ tulic and pro-Fascist slo-
i dijbed in tar on public
I in the residential town.
A tall stone marker on the
town boundary was defaced with
the slogan: "Jews Out! To the
Brighton Ghetto." The companion
marker on the other side of the
road served as a blackboard for:
"To British and German Dead in
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WMelmuth I. Winner, pas-
tkaffic mar.,1.., i the Zim
Kew York
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ner said.
The 10.000-gross-ton T h e o d o r
Herzl was built this year and en-
tered the Zim Lines' HaifaNaplcs-
Marseilles express passenger ser-
vice in May. When the Mediter-
ranean tourist season slacks off in
October, she will return to her
builders' yards for routine inspec
tion and full air conditioning.
As built, the liner was air-condi-
tioned in first class staterooms and
public rooms only.
1939-1945." Elsewhere in town
were to be found slogans like
"Hitler was Right" and a number
of swastikas and Fascist symbols.
Police investigating the van-
dalisms have not yet been able to
turn up any one who saw the
slogans being painted. The road
into and out of the city is rarely
empty and the seaside promenade
on which one slogan was painted
is thronged with people except in
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Continued from Pago 1 A
Council on National Minorities.
The latter is a governmental body
charged with protecting the
rights of minorities.
Stark reports no action taken
by the Communist party leader-
ship of Wroclaw in regard to the
clear violation of Communist par-
ty directives. As for the Council
on National Minorities, it ruled
that the Lubetzky family "is en-
titled to remain in the dwelling"
from which the Koguts and Coop-
ers had been illegally evicted.
When Kogut asked an official of
the Council where the two fam-
ilies would live, the reply was:
"When we have a vacant dwell-
ing, we shall notify you."
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Volume 31 Number 36
Friday. September 6, 1957
10 Elul 5717
Dr. Goodman Accepts UA's Helm
The Combined Jewish Appeal announces
early the appointment of Dr. Morris Goodman
as chairman of its 1958 campaign.
CJA looks ahead to an arduous task and
has chosen Dr. Goodman to be its pilot during
the demanding days ahead.
The early date of announcement is a clue
'o the Appeal's determination that its 1958
goals shall, in full measure, be attained.
The new CJA chairman leaves for Israel
next month as part of a national United Jewish
Appeal Study Mission in order to acguaint
elf first-hand with the young republic's
:.:ost immediate problems.
Dr. Goodman's experiencs in Jewish affairs
gualifies him to take up the duties aa CJA chair-
man. He has been in the forefront of Greater
Miami Jewish Federation programs since its
ption back in 1938. He is a Federation
trustee and has been for many years a mem-
ber of the Combined Jewish Appeal initial gifts
committee.
In addition, he has been a member of F;d-
~n's board of governors, as weil as of its
executive committee. In 1954 and 1955, Dr.
Goodman headed Federation's budget com-
e, and he is a member of the community
planning committee.
Apart from his close identification with the
Greater Miami Jewish community, in which
ccpacity he is also a founder, life-time trustee
and vice president of Mt. Sinai Hospital, Dr.
Goodman is a veteran Zionist. Last year, in
conjunction with his egually renowned veteran
Zionist brothers, Abraham and Jacob Good-
man, he gifted a substantial sum of money to
,'r.e American Zionist Fund.
All of rhich, in addition to other philan-
thropic and civic details, gualifies the new
Combined Jewish Appeal chairman eminently.
His will be the difficult task of coordinating the
many complex phases of the '58 campaign. If
1957 CJA figures are any indication, the '58
campaign may wall be Greater Miami's first S2
million achievement.
Much depends upon the realization of such
an achievement. Out of the funds raised by
CJA, support goes to the Bureau of Jewish Ed-
ucation, Mt. Sinai Hospital, Jewish Home for the
Aged, Jewish Family Service, Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center and Service to New
Americans of the National Council of Jewish
Women.
As well, the Combined Jewish Appeal as-
sists the centrally located important life-saving
programs of the State of Israel.
All of these considerations are phases of
the duties devolving on the campaian chair-
man. With needs and goals already staked
out. Dr. Goodman has his arduous work map-
ped for him well in advance.
But no matter what the measure of need,
no matter what the extent of Dr. Goodman's
experience to cope with the need in his
capacity as pilot of the '58 drive, only an alert,
well-informed Jswish community, offering him
its fullest support, can fulfill the promise of the
pu;h ahead.
Such a community, prepared to work and
to sacrificeto volunteer man-hours of labor
and fundswill meet the demands of the mo-
ment.
Henderson Trip Shows We Need More Training About Friends
So long a nothing wrong in considering the Near East
from any point of view without simultaneous
consideration for Israel's role in it, there can be
little hope for peace in the area.
These tactics merely strengthen the Arabs
in their belief that the Jewish State is expend-
able that they will never have to come to
terms with her. Whatever Administration lead-
ers may say about the need to flatter Arab sen-
sibilities, this would not be the case were the
Arab leadership assured that the U.S. is posi-
tively dedicated to the principle of Israeli
hegemony.
The trip of Loy Henderson. State Depart-
ment expert on Middle East affairs, to Ankara
to confer with Arab League spokesmen on
Syria's alarming inclination left-ward is a case
in point.
No scheduling of talks between Henderson
and the Israel Government was made guite
as if Israel is neither affected by Syria's internal
affairs nor, indeed, as if she existed in the
trouble area at all. State Department officials
have been guick to explain Henderson'* itin-
erary^ purely his own. By this they would
have us understand that it is up to him to make
the decisions on whom he will and will not see.
The explanation is buck-passing pure and
simple. No one would be foolish enough to
believe that Hsnderson had not been briefed
from the word "go." To blame him for the
State Department's extension of its dense and
deadly Near East policy into the latest danger
there-- Sovietization of Syriais to beg the is-
sue.
We feed the evil intentions of the Arab
leaders when we ape the attitude toward Israel
adopted by them. We also prove our own lack
of faith in the principles we pretend to espouse
by demonstrating our willingness to play foot-
sie with international blackmailers who have
no illusions about their trade.
Most damaging, however, is that we take
to ourselves allies of a most untrustworthy na-
ture. The Arabs have time and again declared
Israel to be a far more formidable enemy of
theirs than Communism. That Henderson and
the State Department have by-passed Israel in
order not to offend the Arabs is proof of the
Arab claim.
Are these reliable friends in the never-end-
ing battle against Soviet encroachment?
German Interpretation ot Being Jewish Proves Dull Thought
Odds are that Chancellor Dr. Konrad Ad-
enauer will be reelected when the West Ger-
man Republic goes to the polls Sept. 15 to pick
a new Bundestag.
Dr. Adenauer's only serious opposition is
Erich Ollenhauer, chief of the Social Democra-
tic party.
But Dr. Adenauer's Christian Democratic
Union is well entrenched. Under the saqe
guidance of "der Alts" ("the old one") as Dr.
Adenauer is affectionately called. West Ger-
many is the wealthiest, most thriving nation on
the European continent hardly more than a
decade after her shambles defeat in World
War II.
All that Herr Ollenhauer can muster to de-
tract from Dr. Adenauer's popularity seems to
be that he is indeed, an old man, for whom
time must shortly run out.
While Dr. Adenausr. himself, need not re-
ply in kindfor a gentleman's manner always
marks the character of the potential victorhie
supporters have been less scrupulous in their
campa.gn methods. Thus, one way in which
the venerable chancellor's political a.des have
fhrf 7k u?dermine Ollenhauer was to spread
the he that he is a Jew.
There is nothing unusual in this turn of
events. It can. and unfortunately, does W
fnto fiYSS"J" A,,emp,V *** anti-Semihsm
o (h ^PO^n for the U.S. presidency
"'he record as a case in point
What makes it unusual in the West Ger-
man campaign has nothing to do with Ger
racTZf^K SiX-m,Sin ^and^he
u u ?, j ,Geraian national guilt" about
which deluded psychologists and psychiatrist
were so worried never bore more Van proS
gandurtic fruit. Rather, i. has to do with a 21
calling itself "Christian" and wlh a YS
Germanic revelation: that callina n mm, l[ u
is sufficiently libelous andtsXgTto let
satisfaction in court.
during the week
tin I see it
fry LEO MINDLIN
QftOINARV MEN lre
to their personal
rrime Minister Ben
not. He is no ord.ar,l
the consequences ot his 1
are far-reaching, i do M
advocate an autocracy
mtmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmtmmMmmmamm masses barred to the miJ
am merely tryine to i
that the role of a man such as Mr. Ben Gurion carries with tl
responsibility While he needs no reminder in this regard mJ
Gurion has nevertheless maintained a singular disrespect id
weight of his'Vords. So imbued is he with the spirit of denJ
that he would be outraged by the limits I seek to apply t0 nLs
and therefore to his conscience. ,
But for him to think that he can express every facet nf J
feels i- naive in the extreme." A?"a flipTomat. Mr. Ben Guris
Id in the best interests of his people. I hold it is not in the k.
tenatl of his people for Mr. Ben Gurion on rather regular ool
t,. beat bloody the American Jewish community. This is, nonetf
precisely what he did during the recent International McoIodW
ference in Jerusalem.
There, he let loose a blast against the American Zionist \
ment. If to be a Zionist, he declared, means to live in Amerl
rear one's children in America, to speak English, then thankM
was not a Zionist. I do not intend here to defend the ZOA; if 1
not defend itself, the organization ought not exist More nee
is a bill of particulars in replyfar and away sterner in aspei
total vision than can be found in Dr. Nahum Goldmann's anaen
Initial to Mr. Ben Gurion s self-righteous abnegation
11 MIT INC ASPECTS Of MIS POSITION
ISRAEL'S PRIME MINISTER has shown on many occasions
' is a philosopher. His deep concern with ideas in tin- ah-tra
parently focuses obsessively on the place of the American .lewisS
munity in the Great Return. He is enough of a realist to re
that not all American Jews can or are willing to drop what thj
doing in order to migrate to Israel. Even if they could, the restri
of geouraphy and economics would bo staggering enoiuh to th
the ultimate good of the Jewish State to which he i- uhlly|
cated.
Other limiting factors militating against such a movementi
not the least of them the financial support of Am.
Israels hi hall, which would no longer be available.
This is a supposition needing no further exploration; thei
sibilltii speak for themselves. Nevertheless, the
Thus, to a recent delegation of the American Jewish Committei
Ben (union declared his whole-hearted understanding of the
lions existing between the Jewish communities in Israel and An
and expressed the hope that the cooperation between them i
continue as ardently as before.
Whether he believed this or not. Mr. Ben Gurion here actei
ticallypraised a socioeconomic segment of American
which only during the past few years has come to willingness and the courage openly to identify with Israel's inn
But several weeks later, at the International Ideological I
ence. he stunned world Jewry and gave such picayune. t>igo_
ainples of journalism aa TIME Magazine the opportunity of g|
over his anti-Zionist diatribe. The opposites of his fiery per
illustrated here do not demonstrate Mr. Ben Gurion's prefem
one stratum of the American Jewish community as opposed
other. Rather do they illustrate the overwhelming conflicts
dilemma, which center about Diaspora Jewry at large.
THE FOUr OF Off. GOLDMANN'S III BUTT At
COR MR. BEN GURION'S quarrel is not with American Jewry I
it is a quarrel with every Jew living outside of Israel Whati
the Prime Ministers rejection of itespecially since he is not I
for the existence of a Diaspora Jewry in the day of the Great
Essentially. Mr. Ben Gurion is no longer willing to deal i
Diaspora: since there is a Jewish State, none needs exist An
uing Diaspora challenges the validity of the reestablishment of L
as a fact; it also seriously questions the mystical impulse IhiJ
alive the hope of a new Jewish State through two millcnia of ef
Jews who do n6t feel the need to migrate are, in Mr Ben Gs
eyes, therefore not true Jews. They are neither bothered by.
philosophic considerations in the abstract: nor do they rcspondl
tically to Israel's revival. Since the American Jewish commun1
the richest, most powerful and most populous, it is the object f
Ben Gurion's bitterest vituperation.
But it is foolhardy either for Mr. Ben Gurion or for any I
Jewish leader to dismiss the significance of the Diaspora even V
day of the Great Return. Dr. Goldmann's rebuttal was anaemid
cisely because it accepted the Ben Gurion framework on a stf
scious leveland overtly rejected it with merely a fraction "
vigor that the framework deserves.
Ml SHOULD MAINTAIN MIS COUHCIl
IN ESSENCE, Dr. Goldmann pleaded with Mr Ben Gurion to >
the current working relationship between the Jewish coiwnu
of Israel and Americaa request which, understandably, MM
Gurion will never be able intellectually to grant. Needed, instel
a favorable view of the Diaspora as philosophically reasonable
the Prime Minister's rejection of itespecially since he is not
in his rejection.
For Mr. Ben Gurion's vociferous and repeated attacks are si
>nly in that they are publicly made. Israeli leader Giora J*q
ast week regretted Mr. Ben Gurion's candor on the Km"ndt)l
is diplomatically destructive. But he was careful to indicates
the Prime Minister's feelings exist among Israeli officials gettv
as well as among a large number of the nation's population
A philosophic justification of the Diaspora is therefore inj
mgly mandatoryone which will not be found in Dr. Ooiaw
declaration that if Mr. Ben Gurion continues to reject Am
Jewry'i role in Israel's survival today he is tacitly writing ij
warrant. In Dr Goldmann's eyes, the State of Israel has given
ican Jewry a source of pride and a feeling of belonging-Psvc
titudes denied it in a principally Christian community
This is so much nonsensenot on its own terms but Pf
because it harks back to a subconscious acceptance of Mr aen J
original thesis In this sense, it continues Mr. Ben Gurions j
fusion, while the problems of American Jewry and American 3
relationship with Israel must be seen and argued on a ep J
liM.net level from those of Diaspora Jewry. Whether P T
Ben Gurion recognizes it or not. Diaspora Jewry is the spin
tainhead of modern Judaism; it is what has kept the Jewa ^.
individual among the nations during the passing centune>.
Continued en P *
on


r 6, 1957
+J**istifk)r*&r?
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ttoriqht are Helen Frances Ruby, Jon Howard Channinq.
jhPcmeranco c.id Judy Abelow in friendly session with
..Irving Lehiman at Temple Emanu-El nursery school.
iieqistiation still goinq on in all departments. Emanu-El
es largest student body in Temple's history. Daily re-
i school faculty includes Mrs. Miriam Pell Solkofi. Mrs.
jici0 Edgar Lewi* and Pcul Kwitney. Sunday school
jty juts' Mrs. Josephine Adler, Mrs. Sally Glover, Mrs.
iGom, Mrs. Edyth Sommer and Jo3hua Rsphun.
THE WEEK... US I SEE IT
Continued from Pag. 4 A
on Jewry, in a world where only Israel symbolizes Jewish axis
individuality would dieand perhaps Jewry'* reason for being
Other a> vet untapped considerations include a study of the pos-
ichange in the living meaning of Judaism where the sum total
fjewn is Israeli Ruing as a question of palpable force is a con-
InMfstru n 'i- of the East and the West. What, in
ifnalanalyMv has been the safety vault of Jewish tradition since
ilasiJewi-h republicWestern civiliiation. despite all its out-
,1 and gen<>ci 'Fading clarui...'urn of these issues, it would be arise for Mr.
idnon to emulate his colleagues and maintain his council. Hi-
bible outburst- do no one any good.
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Her Tamid School Opens;
Men's Club to Moot
Temple Ner Tamid Hebrew and
Sunday school will commence
l at 7811 Carlyle ave., on
Sept. 8.
Registration will continue all
week. The educational staff is
headed by Mrs. Fay Feinstein, to-
gether with Dr. Joseph Murwitz.
Mrs. Sandra Goldman and Hubert
Fabric.
The Men's club is offering a
spla-h party and steak supper at
the Scabrook motel Saturday night.
Next Men's f'lttb meeting will be
Sept. 11 at th* Balmoral hotel.
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UM Asked to FHe
^orCP Research
United Cerebral i',,Nv prasktontl
Burnett Both Wednesday haik
announcement that more than
$400,000 has been allocated in
ai anoth) r itap forward in
Um tiuht again-t oerabral pi
It i- anticipated. Roth -ai.l. Itrit
Um University of Miami school ol
lie will participate in this
1,1 '; aince CP'a national
office heir requeatc I that the) file
an application for naearet grant
Such a praiect would Ee car- H
ried out under the direction of
Dr. Peritz Schinberg, head of
the Department of Neurology at
the medical school.
Noting that ranted Cerebral
Palsy'l Research Foundation has
appropriated nearly S3,000,000 for
rcsi.irch and training purposes
since 1!>4J>. Both laid tli.it "this has
ban made poatiMc through the
backing of communities such as
our own throughout the nation."
Rev. Ross Chants
At Hebrew Acad.
The Hebrew Academy announc-
ed Wednesday that Bev. Akiva I
will conduct High Holiday Services
at the Academy synagogue, 918 6:li
St.
Cant Roaa has been a rcidoni
(i Miami Beach for the past six
years. He wa- cantor ona
Street Synagogue. Brooklyn, for a
period of 12 y<
Prior to that time, he was cantor
at the Miller Avenu
BrooMyn, for more* than 15 ''
Holiday Seminar
At Dade Center
North Dade Jewish (enter was
to serve as host to a seminar for
Sunday school teachers from 11
North Dade and Broward county
synagogues on Thursday evening.
Inrtng Cohen, education commit-
tee chairman, announced.
The seminar, organized by the
Bureau of Jewish Education, was
to cover goals and method- (.1
teaching the High Holiday and Snc-
coth festivals in the Jewish Sunday
chool.
Participating in panel dis-
cussion were to be Rabbi Henry
Okolica, of the North Dade Jew-
ish Center, and Louis Schwartz-
man, executive director f the
Bureau of Jewish Education.
Daring the Mcond hour of the
seminar, two workshops were to
be led by Abraham J. Gtttelson,
educational director of the North
Dadf .!> wish Center, and Herbert
Berger. ai.-lant director of the
Bureau, in techniques of teaching
the festival-.
Schools whose teachers were in-
vited to attend are North Dade
Jewish Center. Monticello Park
Jewish (enter. Temple Sinai. Beth
Emeth, Tifereth Israel. Hialeah-
Miami Springs Jewish Center. B'nai
Sholem. Dade Heights Jewish (en-
ter, and Temple Beth Sholem,
Temple Sinai and Temple Beth El.
all of Hollywood.
Dade Heights Holy Day
Tickets Now on Sale
Tickets are on sale for Rfeh Holy
Day services of Dade Heights Jew
ish Community Center, according
to an announcement this week.
Joe Chait is in charge of reserva-
tions,
Cantor Manny Mandel will ren-
der the musical portions of the
liturgy, and Herman B. Novin-on
will officiate. On the first day of
Bosh Hashona. Sept. 26, there will
be a children's service at the Cen-
ter. 18160 NW 2nd ave.
The Center announced Wednes-
day the formal opening of Sunday-
school classes Sept. 8.
Tension' to be Topic
At Spintza Forum Saturday
' Why Be Tense?" will be the
topic of a lecture by Dr. Abraham j
Wolfson Saturday evening, 8 p.m.,
at the Spinoza Outdoor Forum,'
| 11th st. and Ocean ct.
At 8:30 p.m., Dr. Jacques Fresco,'
Miami psychologist, will speak on j
You and the World We fcive' In." I
General open forum discussion
will follow the lectures.
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Rev. Lipa Gewirtk, well known
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operating the kosher meat market
at 737 Washington Avenue. Miami
Beach, formerly operated by David
Whitman.
Rev. Oewirtz, a member of Beth
Jacob and Beth Tfilah Congrega-
tions, announces that his market
will operate under the strict super.
vision of the United Vaad with the
highest standards of Kashruth
maintained.
The market will offer the finest
quality of meats and poultry and
free delivery service.
Gewirtz Kosher Market
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guidance to 1107 Huntington bldg.,
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Academy Opens Branch in Gabies;
Second Grade Added at North Dade
At kickoff luncheon of Hich Holy Days planninq committee
which launched 1 57-58 State of Israsl Bonds drive are Rabbi
Morris Skoo. president, Rabbinical Association of Greater Mi-
ami; co-chairmen William Bornstein and Raabi Mayer Abram-
owitz; and Israeli Daniel Brisker, youth educator and leader,
who was guest speaker.
Miami's Bond Drive
Helps New immigrants
The drive to provide homes for the influx of immigrants now com-
ing to Israel from all parts of the world got off to a flying start last
week at the first meeting of the fall-winter Maata when 22 temples in
the area pledged for themselves and their congregations a quota of 85
housing units.
Since the total quota for this
area is 150 units, co-chairmen Rab-
bi Mayer Abramowitz and William
Bornstein. who head the High Holy
Days planning committee, were op-
timistic after their initial meeting
at the Sterling hotel.
Over 70 rabbis, community
leaders and workers were at the
meeting, which kicked off the
opening of the State of Israel
Bond drive for the 1957-58 sea-
son. Guest speaker was Daniel
Brisker, youth leader and educa-
tor from Israel.
The rirp.it-r Miami Hebrew
cmy. 'M3 6th -'.. Miami Beach, has
launched a kindergarten and three
grades to serve the Miami and
n.ral Gables areas The new
this month, "ill be
the / imora Jewish Cen-
,,.,. j4 zan Coral Gables,
The Hebrew Acadi n i ow mam
lam- a N >rth Pad:' Branch at the
North D !!'' Jew sh i nti i Opened
last September with
will -1 second
gradi
The Hebrew Ard*mv is a co-
educational cUy school combin-
ing the prescribed public school
studies with an intensive He-
brew-speaking curriculum. The
bilingual program is offered to
students during regular school
hours.
In announcine the opening of a
second branch in the Miami area.
B. I. Binder. Academy president.
said that "the decision was brought
about by the evergrowing demand
of many parents to make available
the Academy's unique program of
education."
Rabbi Morris Horovitz. dean of
boys and instructor of Talmud at
the Hebrew Academy, has been ap-
pointed to supervise the new Miami
Academy branch.
The new branch opened with an
enrollment of more than 50 stu-
dents in the first three grades.
Plans are being formulated to open
a kindergarten class after the Bigh
Holy Days-
Instructors in the English De-
partment at the Zamora Branch
are fully licensed and accredited
by the county and state. Mem-
Hungarian Jews
Are Joining W JC
Continued from Page 1A
Several committees were formed
to coordinate the drive, spearhead
ed by appeals which will be made
in synagogues by rabbis and Israel
speakers during the High Holy
Days. According to Jacob Sher.
chairman. State of Israel Bonds Specialist Will Supervise
committee Greater Miami area, j fjefc Jho/om pre-$cf.OO(
each ( BS housing unit costs $3,000
Synagogues participating in the
[High Holy Days campaign, which
| has received the endorsement of
; the Rabbinical Assn., Rabbi Morris
| Skop. president, are Beth David,
| Beth El. Beth Jacob. Beth Tfilah.
Coral Way Jewish Center. Hebrew
Academy. Hialeah-Miami Springs.
Israelite Center. Kneseth Israel,
Miami Hebrew School.
North Dade Jewish Center. North
Shore Jewish Center. South West
.tentative in Geneva, has been in-
vited by the Hungarian community
to be present at the first meeting
U the WJC committee.
This is the first time contact has
been reestablished between the
Hungarian Jewish community and Jewish Center. Temple B'nai Sho-
world Jewry since 1949-50 when ;,om- Temple Beth Sholom, Temple
the Eastern European Jewish com-: Emanu-El, Temple Zion, Torah
munities "lost touch" with the com- i Temple. B'nai Zion-Key West.
munities of the West. i Homestead Jewish Center. Temple
The Hungarian Jewish commun-' e,h ,E'"fLW Palm Boach- and
ity is estimated to be about 75.000,Temple Beth sh(,lem- Hollywood,
to 80.000 strong, with most of its
membership concentrated in Bud
apest. More than 25.000 Jews have
quit the country since the revolt
last October.
Marilyn Bloom, one of the coun-
try's leading specialists in early
childhood education, has been re-
appointed supervising teacher of
Temple Beth Sholom Pre-School.
Mrs. Bloom will supervise the
teaching staff and coordinate the
school's bi-cultural program.
The Pre-School will reopen for
the 1957-58 session Monday. Sept.
9. Enrollment in both the nursery
and kindergarten classes is already
near capacity and will be closed as
soon as capacity is reached. In
quiries may be made at the school
office. 4144 Chase ave.
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Registration is now taking place
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and High Holiday tickets are on
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Sawelson are co-chairmen of the
building committee, and Jacob
Schiff is chairman of tickets.
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nBomstein 'left) co-chairman of High Holiday planning
jtee, Slate of Israel Bonds, present* copy of "Szyk" Haq-
to Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky end Congregation Beth
jder.t Sidney Palmer. Presentation was made to Beth
Side of Isra=l Bonds in recognition of congregation's
idinq appeal for Israel Bonds during High Holy Days
far Made in Israel to be Given
To Top Synagogue in Holiday Push
This year's goal
Eban Gets US Plea for Patience

\i participating in the
nine High Holiday cam-
bfhalf of State of Israel
Lwhoe effort- reflect a high
of achievement in sup-
as jconnnnc upbuilding of
d, will receive .1 Shofar made
kI. Rahbi Mayer Uiramowiti
William Burn-'t in, co-chair-
i of the Hinh Holj Deyi plan-
I committee. State of Israel
.revealed Wednesday.
1957 High Holiday sale of
I Bonds is being conducted in
rtommunitie- across the coun-
i the tradition inaugurated
lifter the inception of the
I Bonds drive An outstand-
Itsess in past years, the not-
ord o( synagogue perfor-
i firmly established High
& sales as one of the most
nfful and effective channels
ffalinbehal! of Israel Bonds.
Irisr, IS synagogue* in the
Miami trea raited al-
Fein Conducts
Emeth Choir
lEmeth Congregation'i choir
>W by Cantor Hy Fein, who
ly been engaged to of-
fa1 High Holj Day ceremon-
David Herson, who was re-
VBeth Emeth after being
i for last year's Holy
"" deliver all sermons.
and nur-ery schools will
-3. Hebrew first grade,
nd 9. will meet Mon-
Wednesdays. Second
wages in,,, i, aresched-
"^ys and Thursdays. Hab-
*UI conduct Bar Mitz-
*" Hitzvah classes for
OBTuesdaj and Thurs-
rnott $700 000
is $250,000.
The Shofar from the State of Is-
rael will be contained in a beauti-
fully fitted velvet-lined case made
especially for this synagogue pres-
entation. An individual inscription
on the cover of the case will pay
tribute to the work of the syna-
gogue to which the Shofar is pre-
sented.
During the past fix years, the
number of congregations taking
part in the High Holiday Israel
Bond campaign has been growing
steadily. In 1966. more than 500
congregations participated in this
vital program, based on a recogni-
tion that the upbuilding of Israel
depends not only on the resources
of spiritual partnership, but also
on the resources of economic part-
nership as expressed in Israel
Bonds.
Continued from Page 1 A
UnbaMador Abba Eban had
"'"'i to Prime Minister
David Ben Gurioil an urgent re-
from the State Departmenl
gainst any action which would
the Middle Kast iltua-
'"" Israeli officials Indicated that
any United States attempt to beef
"P the military potential of .my of
the "pro-Western" Arab govern
ments, In i strategic nova i,,
"stabilize" the situation, would be
led with con-nleiable con
( i n.
Fears of jo-t that possibility de-
veloping were sparked In Israel bv
reports from Washington that the
State Department had decided that
a display of American weapons, es-
pecially some with the high visibil-
ity values of the Patton tank, in
one of the Syria-threatened Arab
countries might be helpful.
London sources said that the
State Department was ready to
supply such tanks to Jordan. This
would end an American policy
of restricting shipments of tank
equipment to spare parts for
British supplied tanks in Jordan.
The Israel position rejects any
distinction between "good"
American arms and "bad" Soviet
arms when the recipients are
bordering Arab states.
In a faithful reflection of its mas-
ter's voice in the Kremlin, the tiny
Communist party in Israel this
week proposed an Israel course of
action in the Syrian crisis, coupled
with a "warning" to the people of
Israel that Ben Gurion, in conjunc-
tion with "imperialist forces,"
might touch off a war against Syria.
The statement by the Israeli po-
litburo, published on page one of
Kol Haam. the party's newspaper
in Israel, said that if Israel would
"liberate herself" from "American
imperialism," then Israel would be
sure of getting from the Soviet
Union "the same economic assist-
ance and political sympathy which
has deservedly been earned by
Syria."
Warning that the Middle East
problem could not be settled with-
out the participation of the Soviet Iof the "war against world Com-
Union, th. statement said that Ben niunism" was the same policy un-
Gurion'l foreign policy, which th der which the Nazis slaughter
Israeli Communists called a part | .'i.000,000 Jew-
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Friday, Soptembor
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At Israel Histadrut Committee Meet
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Z. Shapiro, of Cleveland. Lea-
gue president, announced the
appointment Wdnesday.
Immigration Bill
Will Open Door
To Egypt's Jews
Continued from Page 1 A
other prosecutees. The bill drops
mortgages against quotas of cer-
tain Iron Curtain countries, in-
cluding the Baltic States, and
provides for the admission of
2,500 German eKpelfees.
Ity Leader John \V.
McCormack, in a statement to the
JTA. said the bill I :i- far
;- .' went and paved the waj tor
the ba-
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I
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of Grea:e said Wednes-
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Jtfotes from the Kabli s pulpit
k for Th ieifii'i Floridian "Rabbinical Corner" in cooper-
***" Tlhf GrMr Miami Rabbinical Ann. Rabbi Abraham
"^ "j T.f^fili liracl Northside Center, ii coordinator of tbu
^ program-
Judaism Spurns Blind Faith,
Emphasizes Learning Value
h RABBI LOUIS CASSEL
Torah Temple
sopher nncr wrote: "To
latent a man Micves, he can
author "I these words
t 10 convey the idea that
g people profo-sing a relig-
ibelief do so without any in-
^ Investigation into the
i"jnd "win .- : re" for their
llace of Iheir particular re
i doclnni I hey accept
ideally what< ver "eccletias-
["pwridiie" is poured down
bHvoatn.
Hows, therefore, that most
jptfs" ire mere automatons
rrechat Hce rit-
(.'icmonies
I real!.. riding the
\mmuGHJim time
13 Bui 6:22 p.m.
reason or purpose inherent in
their being practiced at a partic-
ular lime or in a particular man-
ner.
This happens to be true, lo a
great extent, of our own fellow
Jews. Every rabbi, at one time or
another, has heard a congregant,
in referring to a particular relig-
ion! observance say, "I do it. but
I don't know why I'm doing it,"
or "I'm doing it exactly the way
my parents did it. but I don't
know why they did it this way."
Although, in these two in-
stances, these individuals are "be-
lieving Jews" and "practicing
Jews." they are, nevertheless de-
void of a strong conviction of
their faith They believe, but
they did not net to understand
hy they heliev.-
Judaism il not (-undone
"blind belief" in a:i> ol its ad-
herents. To Judaism, the pTOCC
of leerainf re i and
study a holy pursuit: "And ><
' shall study UtOM words (the
Torah) day and night "Seek and
yc shall find." 'Si! i fixed time
l tigate again these words. The-<
mentary, he nevertheless insisted
that the commentary be mastered
also by saying "Go forth and
learn."
And so, too, when Moses Mai
monides (the Rambam) asserted
that the climax of the religious
life and the perfection of man
consists in "the possession of the
highest intellectual faculties and
of such notions as lead to true
metaphysical opinion," he was
saying, in essence, that he is a
truly religious Jew who seeks to
understand the word of God.
Thus, to paraphrase the obser-
vation of the philosopher accord-
ing to Jewish tradition, we would
say, "To the exent a Jew believes,
he must seek," so that he may
live his Judaism more consistent-
ly and forthrightly.
4BB( LOUIS CASSIL
. see* and find
are the r\h stations hv Scripture
and by the sages of the Talmud,
encouraging the Jew to try to un-
derstand ins Judaism, as well as
believe.
Our sages felt that a man must
know what is proper in order to
think, feel, and act as he ought.
Thai i< what they meant when
they said. "An iynorant man can
not he truly devout." The intelli-
gent Jew is one whose faith is a
matter Of head as well as heart,
ol conviction no less than ardor
This j, what the great sage,
Hiilei, meant to emphaska m his
rig words to the impatient
After having formulated
the cornerstone of Judaism,
In,it v, inch i- hurtful to
thee do not to thy neighbor," and
characterizing all else as com-
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MRS. ESTHER BELKIN
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Sent i u H i \-i\ ins are
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In Ml Nebo C<
J03EPH COHEN
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Lauri n p i; and Herman: and ..
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HE EMES. 2535 SW 19th
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I DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave.
mw. Rabbi Yaakov Rosen-
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Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir-
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I ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie eve.
Rabbi H. Louis Roll-
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HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE BETH
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HOLLYWOOD.BETH SHOLEM
1725 Monroe ft., Hollywood. Con
servative. Rabbi Samuel Lerer.
e e e
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI.
2030 Polk St., Hollywood. Conserv-
ative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor
Y.hudah Heilbraun.
e e
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3198 SW
24th ter. Comarvativa. Rabbi Mor-
ton Malavsky.
I |daj il i .. mi Saturda> a i
IUi MltEv.ih on of Mr. anil
Mra. Stanii'V Ma
e e
KNESITH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehr-
field. Cantor Abraham Saif.
rtidAi :5 p i" Returdaj *
.-. ....... "The hill's Method ol Ho
to Kalvi- fhlldn-ii

MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGA-
TION. 1101 SW 12th ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Berele
Kelemer.
i idai "i p 111 Bai '' a "'
Rennon: 'Th.- Individual sad the
'ommualti
e e e
MONTICILLO PARK. !44th st.
ana" NE 11th ave. ConearvaHvo.
Rabbi Isaac Lacar. Cantor Jacob
Goldfarb.
riiday SI-'. \< Bermoa; "Rellalon.
\ Barter Bone Onea Hhabbal i
Mr and Mre. Sam Hohorr Salunla)
i a m liar MJlivab Heyward, "> "
Mi ami Mm. Fox.
e e
NORTH DADI CENTER. 13630
W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi
Henry Okolka. Cantor Maurko
Neu.
l-rldav v a m
Uar Mltcxali Ai'i'. ton .f Ml '" '
Ml Manuel I'.'i (nun .
m
NORTH SHORE CENTfR. 620
75th st. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowits. Cantor Edward Klein.
s | ,. M M"l
i.hImi Peterday I i a.m.
kly l'.ri i
e
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER.
715 Washington ave.
.- atliritay a m.
a a e
SOUTH DADE JEWISH CEN
TER. 6251 SW 62nd pi. Reform.
Rabbi Herbert M Baumgard.
I |,| ..ik l.lili;.,
.ii ,.f Mian Sermon "Sum-
. \ Wl I'a Thi-in or
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SOUTHWEST JEWISH C'NTER.
6430 SW 8th st. Conservative. Rab-
bi Abraham Levitan.
a a a
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144
Chase ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish.

TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701
Washington ave. Conservative.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Is-
rael Reich.
Friday I Mi p m. Baturd r la n
Sermon: '"Weekly PorUon." Baa leUta-
ram: Robert eoa -f Mi and Mis Mar-
i, K istan.

TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th
st. Reform. Rebbi Joseph Narot.
Cantor Jecob Bornstein.
I'l hta\ si. p in

TEMPLE JUDEA, 320 Palermo
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skop.
Cantor Herman Gottlieb.
Batnrday I B a sn. Banaoai "The
lea ish Trinity."

TEMPLE NER TAMID. To be
erected at 80th st. end Tetam water-
way.

TEMPLE SINAI of North Miami
131st st. and N.E. 6th eve. Ra-
form. Rabbi Benno M. Wallech.

TEMPLE 2ION. 5720 SW 17th
0. Cofssarvativa. Rabbi Alfred
Waxman.
a e e
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N.
Miami ave. Cdnservetive. Rabbi
Abraham Herson. Cantor Albert
Giants.
a
TORAH TEMPLE. 1254 Wort
eve. American Judaism. Rabbi
Abraham Cassel.
a e e
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44
Zamora ave. Conservative. Rebbi
B. Leon Hurwitz. Cantor Rudolph
JJJ; ;,.am.!
AZA Group Sends
20 to College
miU'l AZA. B'nai Brith youth
group, is losing 20 members to
various colleges throughout the na-
tion.
Of the higher education-bound
boya, one will be attending Dart-
mouth, two Rensselacr, and one the
Massachusetts Institute of Tech-
nology.
They include Arnold August,
Burton Barr, Neil Eisenberg,
Jerry Feinstein, Irving Gordon,
Robert Gordon, Howie Green-
stain, Lenny Grossman.
Steve Kneapler, Jack Kopelman.
Steve Manton, Max Miles. Larry
Parnes. Martin Pats. Jerry Pinnos,
Richard Rosenthal. Ross Sandier.
Dan Ostrowsky, Ben Siegel and
Busby Young.
Also college-bound is Frances
Lazarus, liillel BBG, past sweet-
heart of Hillel AZA.
Rabbi Lev Named
To Ike Committee
NEW YORK Rabbi Aryeh
Lev, director of the Commission on
Jewish Chaplaincy of the National
Jewish Welfare Board, has been
appointed by President Dwight I).
Eisenhower to the newly-formed
President's Citizens Advisory Com-
mittee on the Fitness of American
Youth, it was announced here this
week.
The Advisory Committee was es-
tablished by President Eisenhower
to "consider and evaluate existing
and prospective governmental and
private measures conducive to the
achievement of a happier, healthier
and more completely fit American
youth."
MRS. ELEANOR NADLER
j7. ..r i.t i" i .,.,.. died Aua, n a
Ii nt here oai j eai -hr is sun
hi hi h ul. Mi-k In, ..ml her la -
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burial were in New York, with Hell-
man ^ mi. i i\ Hh ipel la i
JOSEPH MORRIS
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KTanriVhtldn n Mel
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by a ilaimhi.-i. Mrs
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unit burial in Mt. sirmi Camel
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Strong Hand of Law Can Write Tragedy as WeU as Trut
THE STRONG HAND. By Mkh^l Blankfort. Boston:
Littk, Brown and Company. 318 pp. $3.W.
AN ARTICLE IN a recent issue of the ADL Bulletin com-
** plained that Jewish characters in modern fiction are
either of the''Stone for Danny Fisher"" variety (depravedi.
or somewhat like the lawyer in "The Cain* Mutiny" (va-
guely symbolic). Mention was made of "Marjone Morn
ingstar.1' but linrc_ilaati ih tmtttm 'here was the rsality
signifying any value system, it was not completely perti-
nent. In general, the writer hoped that we would have
bonks in which Jewish characters were presented in a
positive, realistic way. There are many arguments which
might answer the Bulletin article, hut perhaps one of the
best ones now is Michael Blankfort's The Strong Hand."
This is the tragic, yet strangely triumphant -
111 \ui salpeter
voung. devout Orthodox American rabbi
He is a warm and deeply compelling figure. Pfrhaps be-
cause he is the one person in the book (except his When
who is totally committed to something outside of himself.
In life as in fiction, such a person always seems larger
and stronger than others. It is also the story of Katy
Waterman, a beautiful and successful magazine photog-
rapher For Katv. "life was not something you sold your-
self on too easilv. It was better to be-lonely than lost.
Thev fell in love. Against her will, and with a sense
of personal doom. Katy. who "had the challenging attitude
of being ultimately uncommitted to anything or anyone."
found that the still point of her turning world became a
man whose own being was rooted in yet a stiller point
Katv and Rabbi Leo could not marry, however, until the
Scientific Meet Influenced by Sea Scrolls
Jen:
IJARDLY HAD THE door- closed behind the
** the Zionist General Council when participants of two
more international conclaves ..ithered in Jerusalem
First arrived more than one hundred participant-
the Second World Congress of Jewish Studies -old at the
Hebrew University Campus, followed a fortnight lab
participant- of the Jewish Ideological Conference
The first meeting was a pure.^ -
number of general meetings and in d :-
ns, Jewish and non-Jew
of the Iron Curtain heard lectures ar. ~
\elopment- in the research of Pi
archaeology, in Bible research. denK>graph> lewuh
people. Jewish history, etc.
To no one's special surprise, almost all the lectures
were somehow related and bore the mark of influence of
the famous Dead Sea Scrolls, which actually became an
unofficial symbol of the Congress Fittingly enough, there-
fore, the Congress saw the opening of the first permanent
exhibition of the Scrolls, located in a huge vault in the
basement of the administration building of the university.
The parched brown pergamens (actually goat skinsi are
displayed in seven glass vitrines along the walls, all air-
conditioned to keep a constant temperature and prevent
humidity.
There is a strange atmosphere of a modernistic crypt
DAMD SCHWARTZ
in the vault, the entrance of which is guarded by a ten-
inch stool door, another rail-door and a fat little man in
khaki shirt and shorts toting a huge police pistol. The
:be Scrolls, and the less damaged parts too.
1 on long white reinforcing strips, rolled up on
both -ides like Torah-Scrolls. showing two or three col-
umn- in the i-enter of the Scroll. By a mechanical device,
the Scrolls can be rolled to make other parts visible from
1e the glass vitrines
e of the most interesting lectures at the Congress
concerned the Scrolls directly Outstanding among them
., lecture by Dr. Yigal Yadin. former Israel Army Chief
.iff. who returned to archaeology which gave fame to
his father, the late Prof Sukenik. first scientist to realize
the true value of the Dead Sea Scrolls Dr. Yadin ventured
into the sensitive no-man's land between the Dead Sea
Scrolls and the New Testament in an attempt to solve the
riddle of the Epistle To-The Hebrews."
While it may seem self evident that an Epistle to the
Hebrews is naturally addressed to the Hebrews, scholars
are far from accepting this explanation or from agreeing
on what kind of Hebrews the author of the Epistle had in
mind. Some believe it was addressed to Jewish Christians.
Others argue that despite the word "Hebrew" it was meant
for non-Jewish Christians. Dr. Yadin suggested that the
Epistle was actually addressed to the Dead Sea Sect with
which the Dead Sea Scrolls are associated.
Hanging Knows No Bounds Set by Religion
^\NE OF THE things America has the most of i- new--
^ papers As soon as a place has a post office and a
bu-iness center with three or four shops, somebody comes
and sets up a newspaper. It's a great temptation, a- any-
one who ha- ever worked with printers' ink will tell you.
Just to see something you have scrawled with a pencil
come off a press so neat and looking so nice is itself a
area- reward, even if the financial rewards are not usually
very nice There is a feeling, too. of being, as it were, in
the center of things, of playing a central role in the drama
of life
It is thi- feeling for the drama that constitutes the
nAROLB r. RiRAIMW
Maccabiah Games Due
THE FIFTH MACCABIAH, Israel's version of the Olym-
pics, will soon be with us. and promise- to be a very
exciting event, in -pre (,i the fact that recent newspa)
reports have emphasized the more negative aspects of such
competitions. A leading English-Jewish weekly news-
paper has been busily giving headline- |o conplatliti voic-
ed by American Jewish athletes who used to go to the
Maccabiah and this year are being left off the team In
addition, there have been warnings that it costs $1,500 to
send an athlete ffrom the IS to Israel and it was possible
that if the money wasn't raised, the bysand girls
wouldn't get to make the trip. What with one thing or an-
other, the publicity has not been on the positive side.
Now. however, the games are just about upon us. and
the Israelis are deep in their preparations. Israeli Presi-
dent Itzhak Ben Zvi. an author and a scholar, will open the
Jewish sports festival at Ramat Can stadium on Sept 15.
It is expected that there will be 1,000 athletes from 26
countries at the opening parade, plus 5.000 Israeli sports
stars, if you consider this figure, you will realize, first,
how great is Israel's interest in sports and, second, that
most probably, the Israelis will win most every competi-
tion through sheer numbers alone. As usual, too, a run-
ner coming from Modin where the Maccabee revolt
against the Romans beganwill carry a torch which will
he used to light the flame which will burn during the
iccabiah.
A training camp has been erected at Natanya where
300 boys will undergo physical training every week during
the games. Eighteen branches of sport will be represent-
ed at the Maccabiah. and some of the side activities will
be just as exciting to the visitors. They include a folk-
dancing contest and a camping competition. The Israelis
also had financial problems, requiring 500,000 pounds to
make the games a success.
real appeal of journalism. Take the case of Mordecai
Manuel Noah, the first American Jew to distinguish him-
self in journalism. Born two years before the Constitution
was adopted. Noah was the founder of several pioneer
newspapers and he helped James Gordon Beryiett, the
founder of the New York Herald, get established.
He was also a pioneer American playwright He was
a kind of early George M. Cohan, but no play that Noah
wrote was as dramatic as his own life. He fought duel-
He was sent as Consul to Tunis to obtain the release of
Americans, seized by the Arab pirate states He was elect-
ed sheriff. "Pity a Christian." it was said, "who has to be
hung by a Jew Pity a Christian who has to be hung
at all." retorted Noah. He was criticized later for turning
all the prisoners free.
This happened when yellow fever broke out in the
jail Noah figured that if they weren't freed, all the pris-
oners would catch the dread disease and he did something
unprecedented in the history of jailsopened the doors
and told the prisoner out What could be more
dramatic? Later Noah commissioned himself judge in
Israel, got a piece of land near Buffalo and established a
/. in America for all the Jews Of the world Not, h ;,,,.
ired at the ceremony laying the cornerstone of the new
Zion but an Episcopalian minister and the Indian chief
lied Jacket Noah convinced Red Jacket that the Indians
were the lost Ten Tribes and he now proposed to reunite
them with Israel
BORIS SMOLAR
question of Katy a first husband, an Air Corps pilot
sumed" dead by the government, had been clearLl
According to Orthodox law. unless a witness to hi
could be found, their marriage would be adulterous
was only one witness; finally located, he turned out
an anti-Semite, whose testimony shook the senaraZ
of both Katy and Leo. v '
Thus Mr. Blankfort beautifully dramatizes the eta
conflict between freedom and* authority.' between ah
and order, between what man is and what he tries
Katy's dilemma is essentially classic; she is commute,
Leo more than to his belief. In many ways, >he repp
Milton's "He for God only. She for God in him;" h
cision is less than ultimate, and, in the term- of this I
can lead only to her destruction.
Mr. Blankfort draws an interesting parallel
loyalty to Communism and loyalty to Judaism, altht,
he is also quick to point out their tremendous differed
"I wondered whether this passion to fn man jjJ
less of men was not another kind of strong hand, am
powering imperative against which all human
had to fail." The author asks many disturbing
about religious belief, and he is craftsman enough
answer them overtly. What he does do is to set his <
against a magnificent panorama of Judaism at it j
and loved by few people. There is more of the essen
Judaism in the character of Rabbi Leo Berdick than]
can find in a whole shelf of books on the subject
"God was always calling on Abraham to bring!
up to the altar each generation also stands at Su]
is the brutal affirmation of this book. A- Judaism iJ
encompassing, as it demands more than man can givj
does the compulsion of it permeate the novel and bind]
lives of its people with a strong hand.
ALFRED SEGAL -
Miami Beach...So??
ULf E WERE TALKING it all overa group of a half c
" of us. This was the serious problem: Why do i
men live longer than we do ... we men. that is T
starte out of something we had been reading in a i
brochure of the Home for the Jewish Aged in our I
It said: "During the year 1956, 15 ladies and fa
tlemen were admitted to residency at the Home.
that year 44 ladies and 28 gentlemen were cared
"That," said one of the group, "surely meaail
wives are outliving their husbands by far You see.f
were 15 widows admitted there in the year as against]
four widowers. It is certainly safe to say that they ^
practically all widows or widowers. To say nothing)
fact that in the total of guests at this Home the women
number the men. In short, there are more widows |
widowers surviving."
And I replied: "True enough. Insurance statist!
us that women generally live longer than their husl
Yes, wives are surviving their men even to an age'
it may become necessary for them to enter into the j
ter. comfort and care of this Home for the Aged..
why?"
Well, none of us had a quick answer at hand as toj
and so I, in my columnar fashion, took it all upon i
began wandering around the question this way
. "Yes, gentlemen, really why don't most of ml
at least as long as our wives? Mind you, I'm not corns'
ing, I'm not begrudging them their years, I'm just f
ing up the question.
"Anyway, my friends, when a man arrives at our|
of life we're all pretty well along there. I gue
more years don't mean so much anymore a year'
or less ... so what? You may pick up a few i
more you may achieve another vacation or W
Miami Beach, and what does Miami Beach (five ynu.
way. that you can't find in the shelter of your own I
house any day. So what?
"If you havn to go before your wife, the only
you can have is that you have to leave her In-hind
alone without you for her to look after to ft"
to tell you how to conduct yourself whenever yoifl
quette isn't exactly in line ... to advise you as to in
necktie to wear on occasions .
All About Sol Siegel's Newest Production

VMSl h" c SiCK0,'<,h,rd *<*"?'
his independent banner at MGM. i- a l.ree/v haDov-
go-lucky mus.cal Wllh an international flavor Iron, a
imaginative story- written by Vera Caspary of "Laura '
was borrr in mew ror* ><< u
I itv assistant district attorney-^
Id War I. the young man ,'nlc
^^.Sn^S^""
them Academy
have .,-Ni'^ SK?.ti^a
touch.
It
not generally known that George
nephew of Adolph Zuko, the Jewish immigrant from 11
Cuk
gary who became one of the founders of
George himself was bonr in New York and r
once New York
outbreak of World r
law studies to serve in the Student Army rrain
Following the Armistice. Cukor left law ^"""J
for a theatrical career. He first took a i chA
stage manager for a Chicago companv. then s j
Edgar Selwyn and the Shubert Brothers in New ^
summers were devoted to work with I*11"J^ d||
in Rochester. N.Y.. where Cukor. from '"'-^ %,vl
such future stars as Robert Mongomery Hem ^ J
Miriam Hopkins, as well as a score of others
find fame in picttn ,:,;.
It was George Cukor who instituted the mw
system by which potential stage hits are tested m J
Ih 1928. Cukor Joined Gilbert Miller and (h,rle' i
to direct "The Great Gataby" with Elsie rerg^ ,
Basil Rathbone; "Antonia' 'with Marjone Ram ^


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I N that
ellKll
ft). I .i-
Mliini.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY L2IVEN Hut
the underslKneil. ilelr,iiK to
bualneea under the flctltloua name of
Kntl-VN'I' AND EAGER & ssn-
t-IATEr.'al nr. s \v nth Btreet, Mi-
ami, l-'ioi win Inland t" register Id
name with the Clerk of the Cl
Court of Hade Co nla
II UT Klltl.AMi
CARL ZAI3BR
MARX M PABER
All..in.> for Ap|ilieant
.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY, No. 204481
IRENE HAITHWAITK.
.tiff.
\i.rri; r H UTHWAITE,
I fitnlant.
NOTICE OF PUBLICAT.ON
. BERT i IITE
I' lie,
l.ix.nzl -Mli St.
\. X ..I .. N ,
Yi.i r ii I i 11-11: i
a ........!.,iiit for In.
:
pilr.-il to file
ii >uiplalnt In I ha
,.ffl, .-,k of the i -ii. nil i
i btv
1 \ .- on
KICHMoNP ft cin.li-
.-Ti.i.N-. : Unooln Ru ul B Uldl m. El-
ami II Ida, ur or befa
In ii- I., nit
k*ld Compla.nt for (Till be
taken .-. oii'i *m I t>^ \ i>u
DATED rhla Uth da> ul Aumi.t.
!: B. LEATHERMAN. Cletk
(Heal) of the C,,, III i .1'.
B] i: II RICE, JR.
l>e|.iit\ Clark.
.V1S-23-S0. '
m
I "out
H*SVJ KB -"'I
:\IKU. jointly.
Hvorahlp.
1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (IIVEN Iha!
the tinderalsned, deelrlni -
bualnaae under the flititlou^ u-m......
tSREAT WESTERN MERCAN-
Tll-E CO., at Ml North Miami Ave-
nue, Miami, Intend! to reglater the
.me ith the cletk of the cir-
cuit Court of Deda County. Florida
lU'LAHKI s OUTLET, INC.
|-.\ Qourge It fulu-ki, l-i.-u.nt
AARON M KANNER, Raq
horel.nil ItldK Miami
Attorney for A|>|>llr-ai.l
10, t/t-IS.

Roaourcee
Over
100,000,000.00
Savings and Loan Association
LARObbt ,na OCOOJBT IN MIAMI ilACH
^oln Rood at Washington Aveno
Slw Avo. 7Ut Harding Awa.
260 Sunny Isles Blvd.
' Vl \lI ltO\!
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY arVEN that
the underabjnad, ii>irtnic to eogace in
bualneaa under the flctltlou |
LEGAL NOTICO
NOTICE UNDEP.
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICR is HEREBY UIVBN that
the Mini,imiM, dlMllnR to i*KnK" in
';""'"- """'l the fi, nitons name of
AERO SEWS MOUTH al P.O Bel
yis. Miami InkM-natlooal Airport
Miami Mi, Plorlda Intenda to
rjflatei nlil name with the Clerk of
",* ',' 'It Court .,1 ii,.1.. County,
Plorlda
*" ""IT-:. Sole r,wer.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE ,18 HEREBY OIVEN that
the under, >,,.! dealrlng to eniunte In
bualneaa under th.- flctllloua name of
AHSCK IATBD BALEh' AGENTMat HI
ll Bl Miami nil. mis t reg-
I name with Hie Clerk Of tin-
. 1UM0UHW tiatt .,' 4artan-netv.-pa.,rlW.-
,., SEROTT, BoM Own,
NOTICE UNDER
.., .,^fTiT'OU NAME LAW
M-l HI. IH HEREBY fllVrfl that
'" underainned, deslrlna to enuae in
ndet the rictltl .111- n,ma <>(
PAIR! Illl.I, INDU8TRIEH ;,i 1223
N.E. 110th Terrace, Hade Cuntv.
Ho,1,in Intenda to redater ,1,1 n.,,r.
with the Clerk of the Clrcull Coucl A
1'ail. County, Plorlda
,...... OBtROB I'AIIH-llii.ii
HI I'.i:i, & TKITKI..MAN
Attornej foi Applicant
"ii Bhv at 1. 1'-I,Ik
I in. .
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 41466-B
METROPOLITAN I N VKSTI,;ATolIS. 1 In III EHTATE OF
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
olicite four legal nutices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at Uaal
Phone FR 4-4366
toe meesenger Mr vie*
LEGAL MOTlCfi
al S Northeast 2u Street. Miami. Plan
Ida, Intenda lo register said name with
' he i 'u mi i -..nit Clet k of Da*
ty. FTorldi
METROPOLITAN EMEROENC1
I'ATItou INC a (-la .
i: Leon r s. bulue, Pretldent.
10, 9/6-13.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undeiahjnad, deelrlni lo eiu
nder the fli titloua nanii
MIAMI DREHH 8HOPH at 122 N M -
'.: Intenda to i u-
i-i.i th-- aeld name wiih the i.-rk
,.f the Clrcull Court "f Ded County,
Florida.
PULAHKle OUTLET, INC
B) leoi c. r. I'ulaak l*re< ulenl
A 1RI >N M KANNER, R
i n.I Midi Mia
Attoi ni ) nt
i I
REUBEN METROWITZ
I i... .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All r. r*.ii- llav-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTiTIOUS NAME LAW
I-: is hi i:i:i: tiivi

.\s MARK I : r al 211! S u
i.'h HI ''
add name with the i
CUll COUI l of I '.iile c I .. I
CRY QORDON.
NOTICE TO LrliJITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 41142
In K. ESTATE lP
AUGUSTA M MILLS
To All cieiiitoi and All Peraona Hjv-
invr Claim* Aaiilnst .-.nil Eatate:
You. ami each of you, ere berebj
notified and required to preaeni ny
CUllma and il.n.ami- Which "oil. or
either of you, ma* hav, aaa n i to
ealaU ol AUGUSTA M. MlbLM
e.aseil late of Bade County, I'l.i ila.
to the Honorable Count) Judaea of
i,.,iie i'..urni. and file tha -
tlu-ii offices In the County c.....thou*.'
in bade County, Kl.nida. within
aleiiilur montkal from the da TO oi the
flrat publication hereof. Bald elal.na
Of ileinanil- lo rontain Iha 1,'Kal ed-
it the rlalmanl and t" b,
anted aa aforaaald, or name
will he hat reil
Deled Juiv A i> 1057.
HELEN Mlii.s wol.si:i:
. uti i\ ..f the -late ..! AdfUaU
M M Ila I eaaed.
MAC MERMELL
An..i m>) foi Kxa -uti i\
: :
I
*grt vin{ C* m pi nj
commercia
social
hotel

menof rati*
invilolienj
wedding onnouncemenU
Dial FRanklin 3-4634
114 n.e. elxth ttreet
miami 32, florid*
You are herebj notified and repair-
ed to pre-ent any clalma and demands
Which you nun have aeainst t i
tale of REUBEN MEYROWIT8 rte
I.ii.- of New Yolk Count? Ifeu
York, lo the County Jinlaes of I'oie
and fRi 11 ne In their
In the County Cotirthouae In
arithtn i iti'n
.ileniln months from t),e ihit.- ot (he
fi-t nubllcatlon hereof, or the aame
'
MAX II SILVER, a \n 111 I *d
. tami
MAX n III.VK1
lutml. 1
IN THE COUNTY JUOOES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
NO. 41364-B
In re; Batate "f
HERMAN i;i:i:i:M'i:i:o
III e,SPl1
NOTICE, TO CREDITORS
All creditors of the estate of HKR-
MAN OREENBBRG, rlaceaeod, are
heieli\ notified and required lo file
any clalma or demand- which th-v
mat hive asaltist said estate In th
office ol the Conner Jtidfre of Ba-lo
County, tlurMa, in the enurthou-e at
MUM I-1... ma, within eight calendar
month.' from date ..f flrel pwblleellon
of thi- nolle, Each claim or demand
in-ist he in wiitlmc and must stai- ih-
nl.iie of residence and post offlcj art-
. ..f the laiinant and in 1st 1>
i. u> in the claimant, hlr eeeet,
or Ma attorney, <, it win boeeene n-1 t
ttln* in law.
AtlKUt '"' IW.
MlLLICaTN r GREENBERO.
Administratrix of the l-'.-aa:. nl He -
111.Ill l ll ..III-. Ml.'. ll" .
n BERNSTEIN
Attoi ne;, for the Batate ol
Herman It enb, ,. d, eased.
J-13.
NOTICE UNDER
FITTITIOIIS NAME LAW
, i: y c; | % p

RI'XIN APTI
i.
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'I
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I'XIN
l-.-i il \ \ i- I TENI RI< 'll
\ M i I:
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IH HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, deslrlna to c*4t<
HARDINO AVBNI'K IIMK'I1 MKNTH
ach
nda to n
11 l. rk if i
i
Id FtRAMI '
11 Bl
A RTHUri Rl >EI in.' M
ELBLI \l hli Wife 1 I
Ni:i.s i w
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that

ler h<- -
v. \ L> .- ..- BAR nt 2J S W
Intend i" reel n r
said name with the Clerk of ll
nit Court of liaiie County, Florida.
.1 II. BRi iWN. E|i .I Partner
w M.i v i i: mtii. I- fCquel Partner
RARNETT PE1 T7
Attoi mi for Appllcanta
ii i ::.ik
. a.] i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN that
the undet -n:neil. desiring lo en*Te*T* in
bualneea under the flctftloua name of
BARCBUKNAePLORIDA NUT CO al
1*11 N.E. ?nd Avenue. Miami Intend
to reBieter aald name with the Clerk
..f the cir, nit Court f I lade County,
Plorlda.
MANUEL. BCHWARTZMAN
ARTHUR H M WI'CI.I,
S/16-L'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY '.,\ EN -
... ,
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BUB RENi 'H V 11 i >F Ml \ >
N W. North River I NrM M anal ln-

lot i'la
Bl H BENCHER. INC a PI*
PALL IT BILVEH .\ Ml LLOI
.\- for AppMeeeM
Congress Bide.
i/e-U-fi
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No 41265 B
In R< ESTATE OF
lliii.ll' I.. K vsl'iN. a k a
PHIL KAHDIN
I .
To AH Creditors and All Pel Hal
ilnia or Demands Against sail
ii i each of hi i bj
i I,.iniied to preaeni en)
rlalm* and demand* which you, or
ul you, may have earalnat the
of Philip I Kaa tin. < k ., Phil
Kasdln deceased lal of Dnde Count>.
Plorlda; to the lion Pi ink ll Howling
.In Itr ot Hade Count;
file the -.ime In his office III t lie i'..1111-
i-e iii Bad* Count)'. Klor
i la within eight ,-alendai month*
from tlie date of the first publication
hereof s.,i.| ilalins ,,i demanda to
n the l.-'.i! the i-lalm-
I to he -i'
as a for* lid, "i ime HI be b I
I at< I LB 195"
MINNIE K xsi'iN
\ \.s .,i iratrlx uf I hi
PhPIp I.. K.i-dli. a k a IMill I
'ilv'ic V ZUKERNICK
Allot ne) f T-A.
l.l .....'n ltd Miami It,-a. ll
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA
ru M.I. TO WllnM THESE PRES-
l.'NTS SIIAI.I. COME. OREETIN
Whi "ii-. \l MIX M PABER Ml -
Wll. PI ORIDA, ll \ l: EH II
OREENBBRG. MIAMI FLORIDA,
ELIZABETH I. CUTLER, MIAMI.
KiAHtlHV. did on the
a D I9S*. i .....n bi la
,.....ted indet Ihi ih^
.;..,,, : ,,i law of the Slate
of Kl.niJa SIN INVESTMENT CORP..
., i.i .i ..li.,n. with it* I'lln ipal place
. I l.ii-ltle at M1VMI H O'-' i i I'N-
TY. in the State "f M.n Ida. and
wl,eti..~ the plop, r ..ftli..- o.
t-orporatlon l on the Tith da> Augu-t. A I' I'i'.T. ... to lie filed
In the Offli : Hi-
,.r the state ..f Plorlda, ., dnlt aulhen-
II ited olul the
,holder- under th. of
i.la .- I ItO
Ini the dlaaolutlon of eueh <"r-
Now, therefore, the Secrelar) .f
Htate doe* hereb) certlf) lo the
in i he i the
. In .. 1., ii nm-
piled with
IN WITNESS w HERE! 'I-. 1 have
hereuuio av* affix-
ed the (Jreat Seal of the Flor-
id i. al Tallal .i i h, I apll il this
the TWENTY-SIXTH da) of AUG-
I ST \|i
(seal)
IK.'.
s,i i-. ihi> of State.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTiTIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVUN that
the '. ll
business iiii.iei the ,.....e of
IIIBA MEDICAL BCILDINfl .. t
b W. Mh Sin I '.01 Id i
Intends lo reeiater aald name with the
cl. ik of i' e Circuit Co.1.1 of li.i.le
i 'mini '
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Miami, Florida, Friday, September 6. 1957
Section B
Truman, Russels Major Speakers
At Zionist Meeting in New York
IDWAKD AND fKltOA GtHKMM
. "Sometimes I feel it It mil m Sfreeie World"
tic is Their Whole Life
Gehrmans, Though Retired,
to Keep it Up Here
BIN music life ha*
: mnrhfd b) t h- arrival
hmowi b intone
concert violinist wife,
lire Mr. and Mrs. Kdward
i. of 4850 SW 6th rt., who
i Miami from their Hart-
n. home back in June.
! has been both the sub-
tuid the livelihood of the
they tan re-
in Hartford the couple
i nu-ic studi where he
: ind Mrs G< hrman
lint instruct n in violin
i violin-
nhe Hartfoi Symphonjr,
musical oi. ii ization
iton i : Fnti Mah-
1 the world renowned
"' Gusta> Mahler, in
'v'r., irehestra
Wormed yi ar> ago.
*hrMr. Gehrmsn, besides
**< CMchinx he was choir
F* Etmnuei Synagogue
I*""" fer 34 years. And,
tJ*"y h* lso conducted
* w director of
.n loft ,f st. Justin's
Church there.
MjGehrmaih, arrived in
"'"June ,..> were 1|ush
the church, both of
< Mr Gehrman tes-
'p^in appreciation Of
1 In the (iehrmans" at
, ''or'(la r.>m hangs a
BSS,-"'"0",heoc
^testimonial.
aj born in Tok-
a"d subsequently
the
'5hrman
from
AtailZ" 'nt' rcnwned
BtSu Mumc ,n Aus-
"the ,n ,ho Acad-
AS^avpre,,y ,ow-
f.(*min ''' became
"* '"other on a
,'^,lCho\wn,i,
^n Perform-
'" variety of
,,on role*
Wbl"
Goudo-
*ho
graduated
front the Academy, was by then
a concert violinist.
Mr. Gehrman sang in the Na-
rodna Opera in Zagreb, Yugosla-
via, returned to sing in Vienna
where Frieda lived almost all of
her life and repeated his tn
umphs on the Baden beiWien op-
eratic stage, along with such re-
nowned personalities as Maria
Jeritza.
One year after the conclusion
of World War I, the couple were
married.
"My brother had left Russia
for New York right after the
Revolution," Mr. Gehrman ex-
plained, "and we were com-
pletely out of touch. But a no-
tice in a newspaper about 'op-
eratic bassbaritooe Edward
Gehrman' brought us together
gain. In 1921, Frieda and I
came to the United States to
join him.
"And lucky we were, too. If
we had stayed in Europe, with
Hitler hardly ten years off,
Frieda and I might not be here
at all today."
"New York was much too
noisy for us," Mrs. Gehrman
said. "Besides, Jules Schwartz,
brother of the famous Josef Sen
wartz, of the Vienna Opera, was
in Hartford, and we went there-
to say 'hello'."
The rest Li history. "Hartford
is such a lovely city." they said
"And besides, people began to
beg us to stay. Hartford's music-
life was waking up. and New
York well ... A musician
would understand."
The charming couple are im-
mersed in the beauties of the
famous Lieder of Schumann.
Brahms and Schubert, as well as
of the great operatic works.
"Bartok is interesting and play-
able," Mrs. Gehrman explained,
with a delightful smile.
"But to new, as are all the
modems," Mr. Gehrman added.
"Sometimes I feel it Is all a
strange world, this modern mu-
sic, to be taken piece by piece
not too much at a time."
There flows in the hearts of
Continued on Page 3 B
NEW YORK Former Presi-
dent Harry S. Truman, Gov A
Harriman of New York, and Lord
Russell of Liverpool, celebrated
British statesman and jurist, with
Lady Russell, as well as an out-
standing spokesman of th I S. Ad-
ministral on, will be amnnc th
prominent American leaders and
distinguished personalities from
broad who will address the 60th
anniversary convention of the Zion-
ist Organization of America to lie
held beginning Sept. 12 through 15
at the Waldorf Astoria hotel h
according to an announcement by
Dr. Km,run1 Neumann, president
of the ZOA.
The latest develoo~ents in the
Middle East, particularly in the
light of Syria's co-ning under
Communist rlonv nation, the So-
viet shipment f arms t" Egypt
and other Arab countries, and
U.S. policy in the Middle East
and Israel, will be reviewed and
discussed by most of the guest
speakers.
Dedicated to the 60th anniver
sary of the ZOA and the worlt'
Zioni-t movement, the fnur-da\ M N
if 1 he ZOA convention will
also highlight discussions of the
issues confronting the Zionist
movement today, its tasks for the
future, as well as the relationship
between the Zionist movement and
thp State of Israel. These theme:
will be dwelt upon by outstanding
leaders from Israel and the world
Zionist movement, including Dr
Abba Hillel Silver; Israel Ambaasa
dor to the U.S. Abba E'oan; Dr.
Neumann, member of the Jewish
Agency executive: and other top
ranking figures in American Zion
ism.
The opening MaslOB of the eon
vention will be held at Town Hall.
123 West 43rd st New York City,
with the balance of the p!enar>
sesions taking place in the Waldorf
Astoria hotel.
Mayor Robert F. Wa-mer will
extend the oreetinrjs to the dele-
gates in behalf of the City of
New York. Another prominent
B'nai BVith Will
Launch Member
Push on Tuesday
What promises to be the firs!
B'nai B'rith membership drive of
lie Mason across the nation will
be held Tuesday evening. Sept. 10
at Beth David auditorium, under
the aegis of Sholem Lodge.
According to Harry S. Schwartr.
lodge president, and David Rayvis.
mi chairman, a complete eve-
ning of entertainment is in store
for members and prospective mem-
bers
Visiting officials exoected to
attend are E. Albert Pallot, Dis-
trict 5 president; Albert Elkes,
District membership chairman:
and Julius Fisher, executive di-
rector of District 5.
Nat Blumberg. entertainment
chairman, said Wednesday that a
colorful review will be included on
the program. Sammy Shore is mas-
ter of ceremonies.
Goal for District 5. according to
Pallot. has been set at 5.000 mem
hers B'nai B'rith is now marking
its 114th birthday. ^___
LAOr KUSSUl
guest speaker at the convention
will be Lady Russell, who will
accon-?any her husband on his
first visit to the United States.
Lady Russell is a prominent Brit-
ish leader in her own right.
The only daughter of the Mar
uis de Breviaire d'alaincourt and
ife. Alexander Dick of Philadel
ihia. Lady Russell has always
aken a great interest in Jewish
iffairs and has recently returnee
rom an extended tour throusl
louth Africa. Rhodesia. Kenya,
"ranee and Holland, lecturing anc
bowing the documentary tilm "Is
ael, Land of Promise," considered
ne of the finest technicolor doc
imentarips on Israel, which she di
(.0*0 KUSSiU
'ected during her visit with Lord
BuanU la Israel in October, 1956.
Lord Russell, who served as Dep-
uty Judge Advocate General dur-
ing all trials by Briti-h military
nits of Nazi war criminals, is
1 natdered one of the most colorful
igures in British political life. He
n'cd a world wide stir in Aug-
ist. 1954 when he refused to sup-
press his book. "The Scourge of
the Swastika," and was then for-
e.i to resign from his post a- Dep-
uty Judge Advocate General.
Reports r".iching the national
ZOA headquarters indicate that
ome 1.500 delegates representing
iver 600 ZOA districts and regions
n all parts of the country will at-
end the sessions.
First major function under supervision of United Balabatim
Vaad Hakashruth will be Jewish National Fund dinner Doc. 8
at Crown hotel. Making preparations lor event are seatd
(left to right) Daniel Broad, JNF Council president, and Jules
Slansky. hotel catering manager. Standing are Jerry Sussman,
Crown hotel manager, and Philip Weise, United Balabatim
Vaad Hakashruth president.
Center Registration, Ctmstrection Told
Registration for the religious
school of South Dade Jewish ten-
er will Ik- continued Sunday morn-
ng. 10 a.m at Memorial Hall on
he University of Miami campus.
Hebrew school begins Monday.
Sept. 9, and Sunday school will
commence Sept. 15 at the univers-
ity.
Construction of the Center
building is already under way
on the conareoation's grounds at
N. Kendall rd., with completion
anticipated in several months.
According to an announcement
issued by the Center, South Dade
High Holy Day services will be at
Beaumont Hall on the I'M campus.
Cantor Paul Beck will officiate
with Rabbi Herbert Baumgard at
the services.




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Music Remains Their Life as
Couple Retires' to More Work
tAnna Brenner Meyers (second from riqht)
i with Mrs. Rose Heilbion. QC (right) at
fa lea. One of only two women on
'! Council and a bcrruvter, Mrs. Heilbron
i Mrs. Meyers inside view of English legal
profession. Mrs. Meyers, chairman of women's
division. Greater Miami committee for Israel
Bonds, attended recent American Bar Assn.
confab in London. Paying avid attention are
two noted guests._______________________
Continued from Page 1 B
this couple today Vienna Eur-
ope, a life long gone. Mrs. Gehr-
man recalls one rehearsal years
ago at the Vienna Opera, with the
famous Selma Kurtz singing La
Traviata.
"Uustav Mahler was a genius
outspoken and difficult to get
alone, with," sire said.
"An ugly hunchback with a fas-
cinating air," Mr. Gehrman put
in, "who would tolerate nothing
but perfection. Mme. Kurtz that
day." he took up the story, "was
flat, and Mahler was willing to
take some of the punishment
but not enough.
" 'Si* singen wie ein Schwtin'
'you sing like a pig'ho roar-
ed out, then was forced to bog
profuse apologies, kUsing the
offended diva's hand, when she
put on hor coat to leave."
The couple chuckled, thinking
of past and present. But between
those days and their new life in
Miami were 34 pleasant years in
Hartford, replete with much satis-
factory work. Right now. they
mts^thfTr'TrrTly'TIa'irgrrffr, Golda,
married to Dr. Melvin Gottlieb,
associate director of an atomic
energy project at Princeton Uni-
versity, and their two grand-
daughters.
But ahead of them, they hope,
will be voice coaching and violin
and piano instruction here.
"Because we are retired, this
dOftl not mean we are permitted
to loaf," Mr. Gehrman said. In-
doubtedly. neither of them will.
District 5 Dignitaries Will Honor B'nai B'rith Leader
i Hadassah Groups Launch
Season with Flurry of Meets Here
lfyorpani7 i will elect and install of-
ui its first business meeting
|ft> season in the home of Mrs.
Segerman. 6380 SW 63rd
.today. Sent 9. 1 p.m. Plant
I also be made lor a member-
rkato be held nn Oct. 14.

ping of the Chai group will
I at the Dunes motel. Mon-
^ing. Sept q Mrs Jacob
tfein will present a welcome-
skit entitled "A Date with
ah"

' Einstein group of Hadas-
?nll hold its opening meeting
by noon. Sept <> in the First
nl Savings and Loan buldg.,
PUSthst. N Miami.
be preceded hv a huffet. the
'mil be in the torm of an
Heard meetine to acouaint
Ijatral membership with Ha-
* project-.
Herman SI a pen, program
B. will !. aisted by Mrs.
I Lowe and Mrs Sol Pachen.
!_Jesse Castelhofl will mve i
* Wk on highlight! of the
!Hol\ Days
p Abe Fried:, an is president
pi?roup,and i officers for
Miss Fannie Levitt as president
Miss Rebecca Boyarsky, accordion
ist, will entertain.
District 5 dignitaries will be on
hand Wednesday evening at a
meeting of Miami Beach Lodge.
B'nai B'rith, in the Seville hotel to
honor Albert Kikes, assistant na-
tional membership director of the
organization.
Beach Lodge president Jack Fink
said this week that dignitaries will
mclude E. Albert Paliot. District 5
president: Julius Fisher, executive
secretary; Stanley Caiden, South
Florida Council president; and
George Talianoff, Anti-Defamation
League commissioner.
Elkes will discuss the Middle
East. i
Moon luncheon Wednesday
Miami Beach Afternoon chapter
of Women's American ORT will
meet for luncheon Wednesday
noon at the Sea Gull hotel.
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dents; Howard Rosov. recording
secretary; Maurice Corenblum. fi-
nancial secretary; Joseph Diamond,
corresponding secretary; and S. R.
Plaks, treasurer.

Menorah group of the Miami
chapter of Hadassah is holding its
firet meeting of the year on Mon-
day, Sept. 0. at 1 p.m., at the home
of Mrs. Norman Lyons, 4011 Toledo
ave.. Coral Gables.
The meeting will be held in the
form of an original skit. Officers
will be tried before a jury of board
members. Mrs. Joshua Kligcrman
will preside as judge.
The original skit, to be present
ed by Mrs. Harold Abbott, program
chairman, will be followed by re-
freshments.

A dessert membership get to-
gether will open the season for the
Mt. Scopus group of Hadassah Mrs.
Harry El son, president, will deliver
the welcoming address, and Mrs.
Abraham Topel, membership chair-
man, will extend greetings.
A musical program will be pre-
sented with Cantor Berle Kelemcr,
of the Miami Hebrew Congregation, I
rendering a group of songs in He-.
brew and Ylddi-h.
Meeting place is the Masonic-
Hall, 41 Valencia, Coral Gables, on
Monday, Sept. 9. at 1 p.m.
ft ft
The High Holidays will be high
lighted at the next meeting of the
Naomi group of Hadassah. Mrs. An
shel Rackoff is in charge of the
program.
The meeting will take place Mon-
day evening, Sept. 9. at the Merry
Go Round restaurant, 118 S. Dixie
hwy.

First fall function of the Tocah
group will be a destert card party
at the Venetian Isle motel, Monday
noon, Sept. 9.

Chaim Weixmann group of Ha
dastah will have their 11th annual
installation dinner Sunday evening
at the Garden restaurant. Mrs.
Irwin Lisa, president of the Miami
chapter of Hadassah. will install
%
Sadie Hawkins Might
Amity Club of the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center will
bold a Sadie Hawkins night Sun
day at the Beach Branch. 1536 Bay
rd. Invited are unattached men
and women between 25 and 39.
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and Heinz strictly Kosher Vegetarian Beans.
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!. and Mayor F
" fiami lea : i
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E and educate
diet. Kayleen Newmark. Rcchelle Co-
ng (left to right] tie William Born-
stein, cc-chairmcn of Hiah Holiday planninq
o, State cf Israel Bond~, Kenneth
r, David Komreich, Jay Miller and
Arnio
Surprise Perry Fetes Coiiltons
: Mi and
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AMS. BtkNAMD SUPrVOBIH
Mrs. Supworth Will
Be ADL Chairman
: Supworth b
l
ict No
As chairman, Mrs. Supworfh, a
Mian*.! funeral park director, will
envelop and p.-orr.jlgala human
ens pro-rarr.3 for B'nai
B'riih Women in Maryland,
Washington, D.C., South Caro-
lina, North Carolina, Georgia,
Virginia and Florida.
AOL
yean
She is a
d of Women's
B'ritfa chapters and a mem-
ber of th executive commit:
the Florida Anti-Defamation Lea-
gue.
Last year, Mrs. Supworth partici-
pated a.s a representative ot the
State oj Florida in the conference
<>; the Fellowship of the Concern.
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Kadimah chapter of Pioneer Wo-
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first meeting of the season Thurs-
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brew Congregation.
Guest speaker will be Mrs. Mir-
iam Pell Solko. of the Temple
Emanu-EI religious school staff.
Mr- Sotkoff recenOj returned
from Nov. York, where the partici
paled in an extensive stodj of
Foundation School programs She
i bo attended a three-week course
rncll University during the
Mrs Marvin Copenhagen is pro-
gram chairman.
Rabbi Leo Heim will be installed
as spiritual leader of llialeah Mi
ami Springs Jewish Center Sunday
evi ning at the Center. 951 Flamin-
go way. llialeah.
Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky. of
Beth El, will bo principal speaker,
and Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. of
North Shove Jewish Center, will
represent the Rabbinical Assn. ol
Greater Miami.
Miami
Spring,, w
mir communities.
rnci, B|j
Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz, of Za-
mora Jewish Center, will give
the invocation, and the installa-
tion prayer will be given by Rab-
bi Henry Okolica, of North Dadeling Wedn
Jewish Center. WaTtiSA^ jj *
Louis Schwartzman, executive -
director ol the Bureau of Jen
will bring greetings
from the Bureau, and the Minister
i.I A -.; ot the llialeah Miami I
an i will be represented1
mes D C irt i. ol the Mi-
ami hurch.
Liturgical >eleetu. ..
*~d by CanSrlSaa
,lh Ni"' *wJ. *
*ed choii ol th-wLiS
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he Women- Corps of ffcJ
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Temple B'nai Abraham in Newark.
Temple Emanuel in Haverlull.
Mass Temple Emanuel of Engle
wood. N.J.. and Temple Shaare
T'filoh. East Orange. N.J He has
edited and arranged most of the
music of his late father.
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mar JHitzvali
m
ijon ol Mr. and Mrs.
', fasten, and qrand-
[ Mrs. Bsrtha Kastan
b. David Freedman.
^ome Bar Mitzvah at
Emanu-El Saturday
I, Sept. 7. Rabbi Irv-
jnnan will officiate.
ton eighth grade stu-
Jihere with his parents
Jloaisrille, Ky.. visiting
his grandparents. ^^^
Gary, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Stanley Singer, 2375 SW 25th
St., will become Bar Mitzvah
Saturday. Sept. 7. at Israelite
Center services. Rc'jbi Mor-
ton Malavsky will officiate.
Gary is a student at Israelite
Center religious school. He is
in eighth grade of Shenan-
doah Junior High.
h Hadassah Groups to Meet
Clamour in Hadassah." noon at the Algiers hotel for a pro-
gram of music.
^pven at n A the
5. Wist group in the
Mo hole! Monday noon,
[piker Mil: be Mrs. Jack
I chapter c i irdinator, who
(the group launch its mem-
PR

I imp till meet Monday
Haded Bar Mitivah
avMiami Springs
Radell, son of Mr. and
I Badell. will become Bar
on Saturday. Sept. 7, at
ah-M:-
h
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tithe
sool
Grar.a MICHAtl
Community (enter.
* a Kiddu>h follow-
ficc-
A membership tea is the form
Henrietta Siold croup's meeting
will take Monday noon at the Al-
giers hotel. "Glamour in Hadas-
sah" is the title of a skit to be
presented during the meeting.

When Shalom* group has its
open meeting Monday noon at Hi-
biscus Masonic flail, a musical pro-
gram will be the order of the day.
The program is arranged by Mrs.
Harry Oberst, and will present Mrs.
Earl Greenspan and Mrs. Hurry
Friedman. Mrs. J Rothfeld. pres-
ident, will discuss plans for the
year ahead.

Mrs. Irving Fierston, executive
vice president, will sponsor the
paid-up membership luncheon of
Brandeit group Monday noon at the
Fontainebleau hotel.

Skit featuring the Mesdames Wil-
liam Feuer, Benjamin Wolff and
Benjamin Wernick will be pn-.ni
ed at a meeting of Hannah Sonosch
group of Hadassah Monday noon at
the Sea Gull hotel.
Ami Bergman
Kiddush to Fete
Ami, son of Mr. and Mrs. Manuel
Bergman. 15881 HE 14th ave., N
Miami Beach, will become Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday morning. Sept.
7. at the North Dade Jewish Cen-
ter.
Ami is in the eighth grade at
North Miami Beach Junior High
School. He is a member of Hov
Scout Troop 430 and attends He-
brew (!;,-ms ;,t the North Dade
Jewish (enter.
His grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Harry-Bergman, of. the Star
restaurant. Miami Beach. Riddush
in the Bar Mitzvah's honor will foi-
ls)* at home.
'*
Pomerance Bar
Mitzvah Saturday
David Pomerance will become
Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morn-
ing services. Sept. 6. of Temple
Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Rronish
will officiate.
David is the son of Dr. and Mrs.
Joseph B. Pomerance. 2410 Prairie
ave.. Miami Beach.
He is a former Hebrew Academy
student and will enter Culver Mil-
itary Academy at Culver, Ind., this
month.
A reception in his honor will be
held Saturday evening at Beth Sho-
lom. Guests of honor will include
David's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs
Joseph Feder, of Chicago. III., and
Mrs. Molly Pomerance, Augusta,
Ga.
AMI BERGMAN
DAVID fOMUAMCl
Blank Bar Mitzvah
Arthur Blank, son of Mr. and
htn. Sam Richman, 7517 Buccaneer
ave., will become Bar Mitzvah Sat-
urday morning. Sept! 7. at the
North Shore Jewish Center. Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz will conduct the
service. Arthur is a student in the
religious school of the Center and
attends Nautilus Junior High.
Phi Sig Alums Meet To Honor Their Officers
Hoffman, co-chairman; Howard
Schwartz, social chairman; Robert
Rosen, Panhellenic representative;
Brwin Hoffman, publicity; ajpd
Ronald Ager. philanthropy.
Phi Sigma Sigma sorority alum
nae were to meet Thursday even-
ing at the home of Mrs. Norman
Sholk. 5850 Twin Lakes dr., S.
Miami.
To be honored were the Mes-
dames Hy I.ipson. president; Bert
Saul and Myles Eaton, vice presi-
dents; Seymour Kaplan, recording
secretary; Norman Sholk, corres
ponding secretary; Jerome Adel
man. treasurer.
The Mesdames Alexander Kogan. I
fashion show chairman; Erwin I
Club Resumes Activities
Golden Age Friendship Club of
the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center Sunday resumes its
Beach Branch activities each Sun-
day from 2 to 5 p.m. at 1536 Bay
rd. Joseph Horowitz is president.
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Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz. second vice
president of B*nai B'rith District 5
and membership chairman, con-
ducted a membership and reten-
tion workshop under the auspices
of B'nai B'rith Women's Council
I of South Florida last week at the
Crown hotel.
Membership and retention
chairmen, presidents and mem-
bers of membership and reten-
tion committees of tho 11 B'nai
B'rith woman's chapters, at wall
as tho Hollywood, Ft. Lauder
dale and West Palm Boach chap-
tors attended.
Mrs. Soltz discussed plans for the
I 50-day mobilization campaign, com-
mencing Oct. 13. being conducted
nation wide in honor of the 50th
birthday of Philip Klutznick. in-
ternational president of B'nai
B'rith.

At the Sept. 3. meeting of Gil-
bert J. Balkin chapter, a program
' by the blood bank committee, head-
' ed by Mrs. Janet Weinstock fea-
1 tured a film, "Hemo the Magnifi-
cent." Meeting was at Zamora
[Jewish Center. ________
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Birth Date It WM I new look for Mr. and
Mrs. Arnold S. GlnT, of 1800 S\V 2?
me ,- S'oven Alien
piness are grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Hershey
Glanti, of 1401 S\V 17th let and Mr. and Mrs.
I. Siegel, oi Bradley Beach. NJ.
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omati s
IMorlJ
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i3ack frm SI. Aah.
Shift* Sero't, dail Mr. and Mrs. Pan Mai '
I rp.) Serc't Shifra. who began hep son:
H S boo! this wreck, was th
her-in-law, the Julian Pearsons, who live in Canada.
c < t
Sam and Berths Aror-;r-
ter two moith< awav a* Flushing W where Ihi i i : ''"'-r
children. Mort and Ruth Allen .
Sylvia Levitan, Temple EnUMl-E
a '-reather and guesting a: the Galen HaII H
in Wernersv:!:. Pa
< > > >
An intimate ceremony n T 5epl
Mrs. Becky Goldstein, of 2330 Oral way, and Louis Baum, oi Or
hrdo and Palm Beach The couple were wed in Rabbi Morris
Shop's study, with member* of the ally attendirK .
Included amone them were the new Mrs. Bum'< an ; 'heir
families, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Goldstein and Mr. and Mrs. Robert J.
Gcldstein, all of Miami .
The Biums plan to make their home in Palm Beach, following
a wedding trip.
A day before-the wedding luncheon at the Algiers hotel honor-
ed bride-to-N Suiette Jane Amberson, of 822 Capn ave., last Sat-
BJ The party was given by her aunt. M-s. Albert Curtis, of
Detroit, Mich. Among those present were Suiee's mother,
Mts. Helen Amberson, and grandmother Mrs. Ann* Komer. along
h matron of honor Diane (Mrs. J.R.' Tractenberg, maid of honor
Judy Beck, and bridesmaid* Nancy Pepper and Joan Gould
The following day. Sep* 1. Suiette became Mrs. Morton Char-
ier Epstein The young couple will be eoing on to continue
Ibeir studies at the University of Florida after a honeymoon trip
ihiough the state.
Bonnie Solomon a- "sweet sixteen" last week, and her par-
- Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Solomon, of 301 S. Shore dr.. marked
'he occasion with a Sunday, Sept 1. party in the Aladdin room of
th< Algiers Attending were a number of Bonnie's friends from
..mi Beach High School, and her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mr*.
R.dy Rada .
The guest list included Barbara Ktssler, who has just moved
h- re with her family from the Solomon'* home town of Woodmere,
L J. Other guests were Ellen and Sherry Epstein, Donna Kam,
Jan Nemeroff, Roberta Winn, and Llani Eiger And Marcia
Leibowitz, Shelly Packman, Kay Schwartz and Rochelle Stern.
Visiting at the Seville hotel recently were noted woman phvsi-
rian Dr. Carolyn Pincock and her equally popular husband Dr. Glen
P.ncock, from Washington. DC ... The Pincock*. together with
r daughter and two -,,n-. hosted a dinner for R.gina Brummer
.ar-old daughter of Cantor and Mr*. Philip Brummer of Ha-
and Miami Beach .
The two families were neighbors and friends for several vears
- Our Nation's Capil The Pincock., who have a large home in
Kaahingtoo, have taken up an unusual hobbv. now that
. y have the >pU,y jt properly Thev col'leci statues
of the world, in even, form, shape and i
1- town for a it, and out again before vou read this
5y Robms, :.,,!. good-l .oking former man-about-Miami Sy
Indroponxs farm in Aruba. in the Caril
- 'th his mother. Mr* Oida
R^Bin, and his sister Rosamond, and brother-in law. Dr. Daniel O
? nvnond. and their two moppet, Helen and Sara Lee. f,.r wil ,m
..r. ^lwa>- too brief and too rare ...
I: was back to Puerto Rico or. Thursday, however, when Sy
there on bwtfee* ,; lovely Sylvia ,h, RobfnV
Hemmond reMric-nce on \. Bu> shore dr. for at I
Miami will be missing well-known arti-t Perry Fleischman ,f
42 3 W. 43.-d it. ... Perry, together with son Peter. 16. and d.,
Jare, four, left last weekend to >pend a year or more a I
i France .
Perry, who has won awards for her o:l paintrng. ha, been
in ceramics and enamel-on-copper recentlj she plan- to
1 some time ,n Valouns. wher, P,c.**o 1,, LSfS I*
to study with the great master.
The National Mayor's Conference at the Waldorf in V w Y rh
h.sw.-,kh attracted two prominent local -
:;achs^deofU,ecauseway...pianningt0a..
itomi Beach Mayor Kenneth Ok. and h,. pretty Gertrude, of
hut Gertrude had already made her plans I
and go shoppin, She didn't a> whether she intend
her shopping ,n the art mu .,,., (><. .urpn>j
the Oka* are music end art love 3v back
Jan L^ 0k'^h,ldri-n Brb- "" "W-* d Stephanie and
Jonathan, eouldn t accompany their parents on th.s trip School
started for them, as for all. last Tuesday .
Also in New York for the Conference are former Miami Beach
may or and now Councilman Harold Shapiro and his Sy Ivi. Thev
iYrencea*1"8 ^^^ ^ reBW,ng 'd fr,ends from P^hiaa Con-
Prfly and Baron d. Hir^h Moylr stopped off in Trieste. Italy
to do some sight-seeing before going on to Yugoslavia Thev
due back at their Star Island home early in October.
5-Year Romance
Launches Hirsch,
Dayan Ceremony
A romance which began five
it high *ch tol led to the
u alyn Hirsch and
m. Rabbi Morns
irmed the ceremony on
i al 2 p m. al his
i 35] i R i n dr. G ml
Gabli
The former M H Hindi is the
ti i : v kfn Bmil
4i':> Umeri i, Coral Gables.
! '.,< MM of Mr Saul
Ifargal N J and the late
Miv Days
The brim V >r I gown of import
mbroidered aleneon lace and
pun silk with a chapel-
length train.
The well-moulded bodice had a
yoke ot the lace, which was fash-
I ioned into a V shaped neckline and
i short sleeves. The midriff was
draped with five bJAS foldl which
blended into extra fullness in the
backskirt The full skirt was gath-
ered at the waistline and fell into
a wide full chapel length train.
The bride carried a white Bible,
a sweet-16 present of her sister and
brother m law. covered with white
orchids and stephauohv
Matron of honor. Mrs. Barbara
Thaler, the bride's sister, wore a
gown of paper taffeta, iridescent I
turquoise, with inserts of matching I
tulle. She carried a bouquet of
yellow fall flower-
Best man was Maurice Dayan.
the groom's brother.
The couple are both attending
the University of Miami, and both
were active and held state offices
in the B'nai B'rith Youth organiza-
tion in high school.
After a reception in the rabbi's
home, the couple left for a honey-
moon trip to New York and will
reside in Coral Gables.

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MM. AOM GOlDSTtm
IS. SIEGFRIED D*U
Gitter, Goldstein Will Live in Texas
Mischel, Fader
Exchange Vows
Miss Janice Gitter and Ralph J.
Goldstein exchanged wedding vows
on Sunday. Sept. 1. at 6 p.m.. in
the Saxony hotel. Rabbi Morris
Skop performed the candlelight
ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Gitter. 2939 In-
dian Creek dr.. Miami Beach. The
bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Mey-
er Cohen, San Antonio. Tex., and
the late Mr. B. Goldstein.
Matron of honor was the bride's
sister. Mrs. Allene Reynolds, and
flower girls were Lonnie and Ricki
Reynolds, nieces of the bride.
Mike Goldstein, of Houston. Tex.,
was best man. Ushers were Joel
Mandel. Julius Feinstein. Richard
Reynolds and Mark Holtzberg.
The bride wore a full-length
gown fashioned entirely of white
French chantilly lace over satin
The fitted bodice was styled with
long pointed sk-eves and a sabrina
neckline embroidered with irides-
cent sequins. The very full skirt
ended in a cathedral train.
The bride's specially designed
headpiece was made of matching
lace with lace teevM outlined in
MI d pearls appliqued on n. and
was attached to a finger!
illusion veil She earned!
orchids on a nest of lily-of-f
ley attached to a white
The bride graduated fr
Beach Hieh School and
Williams Commercial ColM
bridegroom attended sea
Houston and is in the je
ness there.
After a cocktail party
ner in the Veranda roost]
Saxony hotel, the couple i
honeymoon in the Carib
lands. They will make i
in Houston.
*S. HOW4t0 MiSCNU
n ^:"' 1 - The,,.,, MischH llnitoda^
marriage. Rabb, Isaac Kver ofH-
na.ee a, th- c.ndleh-ht ceremony
m the Lincoln Manor
The bride Is the daughter of Mr
of ,h F and ,he '"" Mrs '*der
2 NV. and she was:
'ire-ed.nagownofchan.illyllce
gL. M with ItaJrt?
crown f , crown of sequins and pearls Sh*
earned a white Bible cWred with
w.jhe orchids ,nd s,ephanous',h
Her cousin. Mrs. Robert Wein-
stein. was matron of honor. Junior
bridesmaids were Myra Weinstein
Bad Judith Newman. Deborah Sue
Weinsteifl was flower girl and
Michael Arm was ring bearer.
The groom is the son of Mr. and
Mi s. Joseph Mischel. 855 Jefferson
ave.. Miami Beach. His best man
was Herbert Bmwohler, and ushers
were I'iulip Weinstein. Robert
Weinstein, Richard Huoin and
Frederick Allamby.
The bride attended schools in
York. The bridegroom is an
aeronautical engineer and gradu-
ated from Embry Riddle Aeronau-
tical Institute.
After a reception and dinner, the
couple, !(ti lor a hawynMon trip
through Florida.
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jKlleliglit Rites
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["|tin
of Edward
Ktai*>u! i ring ranrlle-
Siva; *g
rre"" .,. i ...ihtor ot Mr.
Sin Berzok. 3W fW
, yr i; .bin is the son of
"k ,m,'rr
Tfrom th ;m l>'Shes1 no"-
TSJcinca! engineering. He
h..ol ol en-
r n,, : ,| Iron Arrow,
JL ,;;. h in mpU8,
*. ,,l (imicrOB
IhRirpa. ^ 'i3'"a EPsl1""'
Km Phi "' Kad,
gK, i i. Honor So-
lHu E] n and Phi Eta
?",, ,S( litor of the
irfEngini engineerlni
K bride : ,wn of rose
llscf over a iyer of French
l aid slipper satin with long
,lee\i p neckline
(with ro.sett>, mud bodice
11 dupe! U
Pff-fd pearl crown was held
Jja French illusion veiling, and
pried i white Bible, gift of
Igwm. coven I with white or-
I ird itephai
_' Rubai>a; r i im ol the Al-
jihciel when reception and
tn ere hell w.i> decorated
kpir.ii and white roses and car-
|lav of hinor. Mrs Elayne
ich. lister o( the hride, and
ikicfsmaids Miss Judy Abbott,
i fctrman ar. I Elinor Bogi.ih.
ore pink ballerina-length
it raade of imported satin
Diane and Marlene Tend-
ittre flower girls.
||]Ton Rubin j- best man, and
were lloie Tendrich, Ber-
IFogel and Marl in Gluck.
iDtwlywe'i- are honeymoon
|u the Catskdl Mountains and
Ireside in Newark. N.J.. where
rletm will ho employed with
TOf/phone Lab ratlines.
bark Home
for Schwarzmans
r Ada Osowick became
LJr Sdlwarzman in 5 p.m.
Fit Beth David synagogue on
W- S*Pt 1 Rabbi Yaakov
*^S offic.ated.
jtlnde b the daughter of Mr.
f- ?l 953 SW 11th
Fkrhu.-I vents are Mr.
MfcL*' D*"' aiiinan, 2-J34
I9tn si
|WI honor v. i. Miss Frances
, '' Khrhch ser-
Uilliam Sch-
" vat best rum for his
f.and Arthur l.ischower was
BBJ
\e. dvr-Kauu
m*S. fWVAM ROW*
chantilly lace over satin gown, full
length with full skirt and cathe-
dral train. Her crown of seed
pearls and lace featured illusion
veiling. She carried white orchids
anrt white carnations on a Bible. |
The bride graduated from Miami
Senior High and David Institute {
of Medical Technology She be- j
longs to the Miami Unit of Junior |
Hadavsah and is past president of.
MRS. JAY SZHWARZHAH
B'nai B'rith Young Women.
The groom attended Georgia Mil-
itary Academy, graduated from Mi-
ami Senior High and Florida State
University and is now a District
Scout executive with the Boy
Scouts of America.
A reception followed the cere-
mony at the home of the groom's
parents. The couple will reside at
197 Woodside ave.. Newark, N.J.
MRS. JAZK SCHtlR
MRS. HERBERT SVDil
Leff, Seidel Exchange Vows
Miss Klein Now Mrs. Jack Scheer
pebrid.
in a white
Miss Doris Janet Klein, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Henry V. Klein,
462 Beacom blvd., Miami, became
the bride of Jack Scheer on Sun-
day. Sept. 1. at the Honey Plaza
hotel. The ceremony was perform-
ed by Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg.
Mr. Scheer is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Scheer. Brooklyn. N.Y.
The bride's gown was princess
line ballerina of chantilly lace fea-
turing a scoop neckline and small
sleeves enhanced with illusion and
seed pearls. She wore a matching
illusion head-piece and carried
white orchids.
Mrs. Joseph Lehrner. sister of
the bride, was matron of honor.
Junior bridesmaid was Bonnie Sus-
an Scheer, niece of the groom.
Murray Scheer, brother of the
groom, was best man. Ushers were
Irving Scheer. brother of groom,
and Irwin Rutansky.
Diane Judy Lehrner and Faith
Ann lehrner, nieces of the bride,
were flower girls, and Michael Roy
lehrner. nephew of the bride, was
junior usher.
A reception and dinner at the
Pnnev Plaza foMoved the cere
mony. The couple will honeymoon
in Chicago and will reside at 540
15th st., Miami Beach.
Mrs. Scheer attended schools in
Philadelphia and is executive sec-
retary of Metropolitan Mortgage
Co. Mr. Scheer attended schools
in New York and is associated with
the dress manufacturing business.
Miss Minna Leff and Herbert
Seidel were married in New York
City's Hotel Woodstock on Sunday.
Sept. 1. Cantor Sidney Schicoff
officiated at the 8 p.m. rites.
The bride is th> daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Leff, Jersey City,
NJ. The groom is the son of Mrs.
Harry Levin, 1545 Euclid ave., Mi-
ami Beach, and Mr. Joseph Seidel,
Philadelphia.
Maid of honor was the groom's
sister, Miss Herbert Seidel. Brides-
maids included Cecelia Leff. Naomi
Leff. Betty Slater, all cousins of the
bride, and Miss Joyce Miller.
Alvin Chanin was be ushers included Shelley Rappaport,
Morton Layton, Paul Harriton and
Forrest Fleischer, all of Philadel-
phia.
The bride graduated from schools
in Jersey City and attended the
University of Miami, where she
was vice president of the Women's
Residence Hall.
The groom graduated from the
University of Miami, and is now in
graduate school working toward a
Masters degree in psychology. He
served four years in the Air Force.
After a honeymoon in the Cat-
skill Mountains, the couple will be
at home at 3842 NW 4th st, Miami.
Charm School Will Show
Latest Designs at Pool
Charm Modeling Agency and
School models will demonstrate
latest designs at the El Sombrero
motel. Sunny Isles, Saturday at 3
p.m., when the Florida Skin Divers
Assn. meets.
Mrs. Ruth Young, coordinator of
the Charm school in Coral Gables,
will conduct the showing of tran-
sitional fa.shions in the pool area.
Edith Applebaum, school direc-
tor, said Charm is planning a
I fashion show at the Fontaineblcau
Sept. I&
K^ard of Being unable to reach all our friends personally, we
take this means of expressing our deep appreciation for
the many letters, wires and contributions to Beth David
Library and other worthy charitable institutions in memory
of our dear beloved Wife and Mother.
H. SIMONS
LAURETTE SANDLER
BABETTE ACKERMAN
TEDDIE SIMMONS
Miami Hebrew Book Store;
158i Washington Ave.
Miami Beach JE 8-3840
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MKS ROBERT COHEN
Epst(
Bouffant Skirt
For Mrs. Cohen
In double riiK candlelight !
reran tnj Sunday evening, Sept. i.
;! the SeviU Helen
i achmi brl le
of Robi i C A
D C
Th" I Mr
and '-|1 :^
. e so it h seed
p to i

lac tended
th
ed French i!lu
.. crown i '
The : :; I
menl i whiti
and :. on her c
firmation Bi
Ardmore',,1,1 sni, earned a white chantilly
lace handkerrh.< I wed bj her
! mother on her s l ling daj
Maid of honor was Tamara i
man. Urs. Robcrl Smith, cousin ol
the bride. is matron of h.mor.
Brideamatron was Mrs Robert
Lachman. sister-in-law ol the bride.
Friday, Ssptomb,, c
1357
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MRS. MORTON LARNiR
MRS. LiOrO BROWN
eins Enter UF
After Honeymoon
Entering the University ol Flor-1 ""''
ida following a honevmoon trip of Jovct' "<"hl'i;'' lesjslid,
the state are Morton Charles Ep- and Ponna *akovsk> was in charge
_.-:.-__.1 1- n .. if t Hi' I'll I "it h. H IK
stein and bride. Ifin Suzett Jane
Ar.iberson. the daughter ol Mrs
n Amberson, 822 Capri ave.,
Coral Gable.-, and the late Verne
C vm be r-
The bridegroom i- the MM ol Mr
and Mrs. Mi rr Epstein ol Phil-
phia,
couple were married in the

1 he br di wi re a chantillj
. with full skirt, and a
pearl en wn n ith n ill
cat;. il lids
Of the i.ucst book.
Best man for his brother was
; Richard Cohen Ushers included
i I ichman, brother il the
'bride, Edwin Cohen and Frederick
Cohen, the im'a br thei
David i'< t i ::. k and Nath in I ..
daa
The ol Miami
Beach High School an
i i niversity ol Miami .Mr. Co-
".....as lent at I
ol Mi ryland ai with the
Armed I irces -< as
lioyi ,! at
June '58 Wedding For Miss Goldstein
The engagement of Mis- Ninatentl <>f the bridegroom-elect, at
Iteifl to Herman Schlu-sel, son their home in Jacksonville.
ol Ml and Mrs Murray .' Sehlus-j The bride-elect, daughter of Mr.
-el. New York City, has been an-j and Mrs. Alan Lieberman. 611 SW
nounced bv her parents. Mr and i 26th rd.. graduated from schools in
Mrs Alex S. Goldstein. Huntington. New York.
11 Mr. Silver graduated from the
Miss Goldstein will be graduated University of Florida law school,
from the University of Miami next The wedding will take place Dec.
yenr 11 in Jacksonville
Mr. Schlussel gra luate i from the
rsity of Miami where he was
president of Sigma Alpha Mu fra
y, president of the Hillel
Weinrich Hirsch
Mr. and Mrs Harrv Weinrich,
2400 SW 27th ter.. announce the en
Ankle-Length
Gown for Bride
At the Olcott hotel in N
Saturday. Aug. 24 Vis- u ri
Donne Levy, daughter^ M
Mrs. Robert A. ,v. **>]
ave.. Miami Reach, hi,*^
bride of Lloyd Brown, a^u
son of Mr. and Mrs MorU R"*
Richmond. Va. Bro*B
The bride wore an ankle-lenn
gown of white silk chifion '
taffeta, worn bv her twin
Mrs. Michael Gold, a; her wed*
and designed by her mother
The bouffant skirt featured J
point lace Inserts and a s.-allo
hem edged with seed pearls
tiered veil of French iUnadoa
held by a crown trimmed
pearl drops, and her Bible
adorned with white orchids a
lilies of-the vallev
Matron of honor was Mrs H
riet Elliot. Valley Stream. Long
land, the bride"s aunt.
Irving Scher. Richmond. Va.. w;
best man. Ushers were David Al
Elliot, cousin of the bride, and M
ton H. Brown, brother of the bri
groom.
Flower girls were Miss Ilsa J
Elliott and Miss Deborah Ann
liot. cousins of the bride.
After a honeymoon in the A
rondacks the newlywedi will |
in Richmond. Va.
The bride is a graduate of M_
Beach High School and attend
the University of Florida.
Mr. Brown attended the I'nne
ity of Miami and is a member
Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity.
Foundation, and a member of the | gagement of their daughter. Rosa-
en is best man. the Seville After ..- extended
! Chait, .Jam.- horn w,. the
Simon Komer. couple will i .K-h.
Nassau Trip for The Kassmans
- Susan Fleischer, daughter and gladioli on a white Bible.
r and Mrs. Emanuel Fleischer, Mis- Elaine Appelbaum, Bronx.
k. N.Y.. and Bernard Kasaman was maid ol honor. Miss Diane
.mged wedding vows Saturday. Genavese and Mis. [rene rj
Au* 24. m the Burnside Manor, iky, ,i the Bronx, were brides-
fir \ maids
Kassman is the son ol Mr. i .,,,. a...... .. ,
Mr-. William Ka-sman. 300 ,. --m in w; .,,,,.,,,,.,. ,
1W Miami Buk -lir- were Lawrence
1.1. St Miami Beach ,.,, ( m ,f ^ ^ m
ie bride wore a wmie gown of and Seymi ir Kann, cousin "of the
cnantill) lace and tulle with a i>>
train Her fingertip ,,,. ,;; ,,.,., ,.,lH)n jn
was attached to a high crown \
seed pearls, iridescents and -
- She carried white orchid
NlllsaiOO SSIW
Honorary Accounting
Miami.
The wedding will
June 29. 1958.
MISS CHAS0N
MISS WOLK
Society of
take place
Chason Roth
An April wedding is being plan
9- Th- bride attended New York n"1 '"' v,ss Robcr,a "Uy Chason
Is Universit: I Kassman t'^nded an2 Robert R"y R"Ih-
I the University of Miami Mr ;,n'' Mr~ I,M''" 'bason, of
Vw York, and 6140 Pine Tree dr.
Antique Ring Use
For Lamer Rites
The wedding band which belo
ed to the bride's maternal .
mother was u-ed when Miss EdiJ
Ruth Prague and Morton Sh;
Lamer were married.
The couple exchanged vows
urday. Aug. 24. in the Font:
hleau hotel.
The bride is the daughter of!
and Mrs. Albert Prague. 3690
18th ter. He is the son of Mr
Mrs. Hymen Larner. 1290 NE 101
st.. Miami Shores.
Gown of chantilly lace and tu
was worn by the bride. Her I
pearl crown held a gatatn
French illusion veil. She carne!
white orchids with hlic- ofthe-vi
ley on a white Bible.
Miss Nancy Freed was maid
honor. Miss Adele Sharon and
Marion Ruskin were brides!
MRS. BERNARD KASSMAU
MRS. BH.V43B KASSMAH
GRADE
SERVING
GREATER
MlAMi
CHILDREN NEED
Homogenized Vitamin "D" Milk
PHONE IE 1-5537
Miami Beach, are parents ol th
li elect
Mr Roth's parents are Mr. and
Mi Joseph Roth of New York
City,
son attended Edgewood
rk lor c;irl-. and the University
Mr it .t'n || Bjraduate
*y i aiversitj and served
with the Ail mod-
land.

Wolk Davis
Mr. and Mr.- Gehon Wolk. 898
83rd st announce the engage-
ment o| their daughter. Sydelle, to
Marvin P. Davis
Hi i- the or, ol s Charles Davis
iva
A Maj m hUaf is planned.

Under- Spiegel
Mr and Mr- Harrv David I in
der. Pittsburgh. Pa announce the
engagement of their dau-hter.
Pnyllu, U Marvin Howard Sp
rl Pa
*. if "' son of Mrs.
i I t27S Prairie ave Ml
ami Beach, and the late Mr Sole
-I
Miai Under || graduate of
Chatham College and the Imver
s'ty of Pittsburgh, where the .- ,
member of Pi Lambda Theta and
Sigma Delta Tau
Spiegel is a graduate of the
;;>; Michigan and Rar
\urd School ol Law.
.
Lirtarman Silver
i Jif *"BPal <'f Mi,s Sherrv i
I *berman and Leonard Silver was
announced1st a cocktail party given
> Mr and Mr- Harry Silver par
lind. to Harold L. Hirsch. 1150 93rd
st. Bay Harbor Island.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Barney Hirsch. New York City and
Bay Harbor Island
ii1^i^.hV,'l,nru'i,.u,u;ndpd Miami'
M am, Mr w ln'T!'\y 0t Miss >>" Neimark, Ch.cago.il
bZ it!E; H',rSCh 5Uended LonK w^s a junior bridesmaid
!heTn\::;..;r, aira,,ends h kS ^ ,r',,hcr^!,
bridegroom, was best man Is
were Edward Regal. Chicago.
Jerry Klonsky and Bruce Lam
brother of the bridegroom.
A reception and dinner dan
was held in the hotel immediate
following the oaremonj
The couple will travel to Wisco
sin by car. After Sept. 6. tf
will live in Tallahassee where tl
attend Florida State Universit)
Ball-Coopar
Mr and Mr- Jack Bell. 2440
Flamingo dr.. Miami Beach, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter. Mis* Mavine Barbara
Bell, to Robert Sheldon Cooper.
Miss Bell attended the Inner
sd.v of Miami, and is adviser to
Pnma B'nai B'rith Girls Club.
Mr. Cooper is the son of Mr
and Mrs. Daniel Cooopr, 4531 N.
Bay rd., Miami Beach He grad
uated from Miami Beach High
School,
tM
CP Film to bo Shown
Miami Women's Unit of I'nita
Mom
Schiw.l u., i i----- Miami women s inn -'
.vnooi. was j radar technician U), cerebral Palsv will meet Mood
Ihe Air Force, and now attends \SSSJt!St 531 N
D.k.knii.ii__r--., lilt N
Rehabilitation Center 1411
14th ave. Featured will be til
showing of a film. "Up Streamj
dealing with the problem- encouj
tered by the cerebral palsied >r
Sisterhood Luncheon Due
I erhood of Ilialcah Miami
Bgs Jewish Center will meet
for luncheon Thursday noon. Sept.' how. through a process of tr*
12. at the Center. 951 Flamingo I meat involving a combination
ay. th charge of reservations we physical, speech and occupation
lack Brow.-r and Mrs. Cene therapies, many ( P'- become s*1
Alesjndcr -ufficient in later life
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"Jini^tthrkUan
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CHAPMAH MtJ. WWAKTZMAtl UAS. SAlUiUR
*kw. tAv.cn ~ mm. GUIS*
MRS. PUIZ
Exchange 'Miss' for 'Mrs.'
ley
1... Aug.
Kind Mr- rlB|an,
r Miaa
d iu
Idman, at
- ol white
i Her
,i double
and sin-
I i i
''
\ rved as
loan.
nd Mi hapman at-
thc ol Miami
be N< a
will live in
I
Roth-Fjlick
married
ther'i wed-
ecame the
I ;ilick in
| tug. 23.
[hter "f Mr.
I 3rd tor.
i'.link's par-
Saroual Fa-
LM5 79;i: i Beach.
! bride v n of white
ii h pink. Her
ttion veil fell i:mi a Juliet
lice in pearl She
lhite orchid- and stephan-
n Bible.
o( honor was Miss Judith
Bridesmaids were the Missi Hi I
enc Liniado, Katberine Bpitzer and
Kaxine Bell. Miaa Karen Fcldman
How. r girl Bandy Rotfa
rin bearer.
netb Rptb, bi | the
bride, area beat man. Howard Roth,
another brother of the bride, Stan-
ley Levitt
Both the bride and the
graduated front M
ind both are attendin \ the
'la
.
Block-Sandier
former lliamian Mill Proma
Block da
i r I. Hock, now of New York,
rnarru I Suit lay, Aug. 25, in
the Sherry Netherland I
Manhattan.
lerome I -
Sandier, son of Mr. and Mr- I.
Sandier of Wa
The i ridi princi -
peau de tola and alenc n I
gown, a crown ol orange Moi
with an illusion veil, and car:
white orehida and atenhanotia on
the prayer I I m (ha mar-
riage, of the bridegrooan'i grand-
mother.
After a wedding trip to Canada,
the couple will live in Philadell
where Mr-. Sandier will enter her
senior year at the University of
Pennsylvania and Mr. Sandier will
enter his senior year at Jefl
Medical college.

Wininger Schwartxman
University ol Miami students
IT. and
'
1

Mrs.
Lawreni e Pn u ol l hit
if the i
in, served a i esl man.
A reception m the
of the h : pan nts. Ai
'
will live at 419 SW 32nd ave. Mr.
|Schwartzm
the uiflversitj
and .Man H. Gregg, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Greenberg, 1*65
Drexcl ave., Miami Beach.
The bride, carrying a Bible
adorned with double white orchids
and stephanotis, wore a chantilly
ace and tulle gown and a seed
pearl tiara which held her Illusion
veil.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Martin
K. Karns. sister in-law of the bride,
and bridesmaids were Arlene Tar-
ihia and Ilclenc Wexler.
The bridegroom's father serve!
as best ni in. and ushers included
Arthur Woblgemuth, Malconi 8te :i
and Dr. Martin B. Karns. brother of
the bride__. _un
Following a Nassau trip. Mr.
ttudent at the University
ol Miami, and bit bride will ma
their home at 800 10th at,, Mb
Bi i ii
He of Zeta Beta Tau.
Miami B
High His bride gi idu iti I
junior

Gregg- Karns
in a
ht< r! from Ml ., HI
ty i.i Alabama and is a i
roe dr., Miami Beach, bet ol Delta PW Epsllon.
' Ihc bridegroom, 'married Sunday. Aug. 25. in the
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Peltz, Boxer Take
Trip to Nassau
A noon ceremon; Sept.
1. in the diLido hotel united In
ige Mist I ne Boxer,
daughter of .Mr. and Mrs. H
Boxer, 4200 Royal Palm ave.
Beach, and Ferdc Pelti, son Ol .'.! '
!rs. Sam Sperling, 3410 S\V
nth it
bride wore a gown with a
chantilly lace bodice and I
skirt, and a er e d pearls
which as attached
Illusion veil.
She carried a white Bibl.
of her parents, ad irned with white
orehida and stephanotis
I of honor was Sally Hosman.
Matron of honor was \|,. Viola
Aarons. the bride's aunt.
Brother-in-law of th<' bridegroom,
Joe Richard- Jr., was 11 -I man. Jay
In Bom i. brother of the bride,
ushered.
Following a reception and dinner
in the hotel the couple left on a
trip to Nassau. He attended I'm
versity of Miami. She went to the
University of Florida.
e a e
Slater Stern
Following a Nassau wedding trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stern will make
their home at 2154 SW 14th ter.
They were married Sunday, Sept. 1.
in the North Shore Jewish Center.
The bride is the former Judith
Fayc Slater, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Murray Slater. 1335 Biarritz
dr.. Normandy Isle. Her husband
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Hans
1561 Lenox ave., Miami
Beach.
The bride wore an all-lace gown
with cascades of ruffles down the
back, and a lace and seed pearl
tiara held her veil. She carried
while orchids and white carnations
She was attended by Mrs. Jane
Pakula as matron ol lion ir. in addi-
tion to Mrs. Shirley Rosenberg,
Paula Wallenstein, the brides
cousin, and Phyllis Drucker. Flow
er girl was Susan I("~
Best man was Arnold Pakula.
Ushers were Charles Stern, brother
of the bridegroom, Myron Slater.
brother of the bride, Howard Wal-
in. her c uiMii. Another of
tow^
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Stress is Laid
On United Goal
NEW YORK Dr. Miriam
Frcund, national president of H.i-
dassah, the Women"* Zionist Or-
ganization of America, asserted
this week that despite the "much-
publicized differences" between
Premier Ben Gurion and Dr. N.i
hum Goldmann. president of the
World Zionist Organization, there
are broad areas of agreement be-
tween the two leaders concerning
ultimate objectives.
In a statement upon her return
from th Zionist Actions Commit-
tee meetings, she stressed the
"vital importance" of focussing at-
tention upon the goals and hopes
of Zionism as a means of helping
to strengthen Zionist group- in the
United States ami elsewhere,
which she regards as "basic for
the future welfare ot the State of
Israel and the bond- which cement
it to Jewry throughout the world."
She said that the differences
between Mr. Ben Gurion and the
World Zionist movement arose
primarily over "the status and
functions of the World Zionist
movement, and not on matters
of fundamental principle."
"The controversy over the pri-
macy of the Zionist movement i>
very important. But while thi~ |
makes headlines, to focus attention
upon this ditference of opinion is
mi-leading and obscures the per-
sistent, long-range goals on which
there is a high degree of agree-
ment between the leaders of Is-
rael, the leaders of the World Zion-
ist movement, and all friend- ol
Israel." Dr. Freund declared.
She said that "regardless of
phraseology." the World Zionist
movement and Mr. Ben Gurion
agree:
On the unity of the Je\u-h
people.
On the need for a firm, I
strongly-rooted "two-way pas-
sage" between Israel and the
Jewish communities abroad.
Jewish and Zionist education
an appreciation of the Jewish
heritage and a knowledge of the
Hebrew language is essential to
Jewish survival.
Within Judaism lie the abid-
ing and universal principles guid-
the Free World: that among'
these are the prophetic Ideals ol
individual freedom, human dignity
and social justice.
Given peace. Israel may will
i
Ames Back from 2-Week
Tour of Duty with Navy
Commander Mervyn L. Ames.
VSXR, has just returned from two
weeks of active duty in Washing-
ton. DC. in the
Judge Advocate
General's Depart-
ment of the
Navy.
T^-fc Ames, in addi-
tion to being a j
11 o m m a nder in !
I: h e Naval Re-1
J serve, is also a I
I local attorney-at-
law.
He has been in
the Naval Reserve for 17 years and
served in the Pacific during World
War II for over four years.
Ames resides at 812 Ortega.
Coral Gables, and he and his fam
ily are members of Temple Judea.
Ti.erefh Israel Opens First
Kindergarten Program Here
Tifereth Israel Northside Center
announces the opening of its first
kindergarten program. Classes be-
gin Monday, and will be held daily
9 a.m. to 12 noon.
According to Mrs. Annette Eis-
enberg. president of the Sister-
hood, and Mrs. Larry Goldberg,
committee chairman, Mrs. Jerome
Schulman has been appointed head
teacher to administer the program.
Scheduled are sessions in Jewish
customs and ceremonies, arts and
crafts, reading readiness, singing,
dancing and games.
AMES
become an intellectual and cultural
area of growth and development in
the Middle East.
Israel is here to stay. What-
ever principles rf international
law are adopted by the Family
of Nations must apply equally
to the State of Israel. For ex-
ample, freedom of international
waterways; the right and duty of
a sovereign nation to defend it-
self against attack. ^^^^
The need and desire of Israel
for peace and its readiness to sit
down with the Arab leaders to
j achieve it.
Dr. Freund said that Hadassah.
as a leading Zionist organization.
will do all it can to focus attention
r,heMbroa^^.
Ject.ves.nd.atthes.metJ
its part in seeking an *1
and workable -olution ,0 A
Plex organizational probl..J
fronting thejionin movo J
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member 6. 1957
-JewistincrMiajn
fay Plan to Go on With
$tudies-But Rabbinate Does
flot Suit Their Tastes Now

vw vouih-. graduates of the
Academy. ill continue
nligious education at ad-
voth in the East and
'Mltsl Ihi- tall.
?Lmls or.r vi the nine feels
^ me-p.-*iWy hTTTIiltlt
Berth? rabbinate.
flic sroup represents approxi
|_i-v 90 percent of last June\s
ISluating c!n^ Rabbi Alexan-
mjewss. Academy principal, ex-
I Tbfv include Terry, son of Mr.
t^ Jlr, Lou l mient. 1330
fjMfl ave.; Jack, -on of Mr. and
rs Jo*Ph Shapiro. 929 Merid-
,,w; Martin son of Rev. and
Jacob I> Katz. 1321 14th
fit.. Marshall, son of Mrs. Sylvia
Jlrotn. 557 Michigan ave.; Sandy,
Eg of Mr. an I Mrv Harold Rein-
[tord. 1631 Coral Gate dr.
I Hillel son nl Mr. ;md Mrs. Nor
Lgg Glover. 7:t4 S\V 25th rd.;
IjukI. >on of Mr and Mrs. Anton
Haitreich. 1 2 3 r, Pennsylvania
Ek.: Leonard. n of Mr. and
K Jacob Finkelstein, 405 SW
Kid rd; and Klliot. son of Mr.
lad Mr- Harry Katz, 1001 SW
IXtii m. Hollywood.
Fevr'etn-yearold Jack Sha-
I giro will ^e attending Nar l*
nel in Baltimore, Md. He has
[htm i itucicn; a: the Academy
Fflr ten years, and lie's princi-
[filly inte'ssted in sports and
[ Wir.js is hobbies.
*Bu: I'm in -urc that I
BBbec')" he declared.
! because
II will gel .i better English
education there than I would if I
went to school locally. I hope
this doesn't sound too strange. Of
course. I'm continuing in a He-
brew school because I want the
advanced training. But I've learn
""'Wtty^.v*WperTPTTbo at ftTcrAcart
emy here that fine H?brew cours-
es generally also mean fine Eng-
lish courses.'
Also 14-years-old. Martin Katz
likes science as a possible future
and is "not sure" about the rab-
binate. He'll be joining Jack at
Ner Israel for reasons similar to
his friend's. "You just don't get
the atmosphere in regular school
that I hope to get in Baltimore.
This goes for English, as well as
for Hebrew."
Other Ner Israel students will
be Elliot Keti and Perry Ci-
ment. Elliot is definite about
not wanting the rabbinate as a
career. "I just want to further
my Hebraw education."
Only Perry, of the entire group,
feels definitely he would like to
get Smicha (degree of ordination).
Even though this points to a ca-
reer as a spiritual leader, the
five year long Hebrew student ex-
pressed some doubt. "There's a
difference between ordination
and the rabbinate There are four
or five rabbis in my family .
But I don't know yet About
the Smicha, I'me fairly certain,
though."
i -hall Brown and Sandy
Reinhard will attend Yeshiva I'm
versify H York
hall, 13. was Jim" valedictor-
Paqe 11-B
im
rvto
ian and a "Youth of the Month"
Exchange Club choice in July In-
terested in maps, geographyjnd
starrrfis as hobbies andTn science
as a future career, he is concern-
ed about getting a fine English
education.
But both ho and Sandy agree
that their Jewish studies would
be abandoned if they continued
In school here. "Thafs why
we're going to Yeshiva."
SAHDV MAKTIH
Off to the high school depart-
ment of tho Hebrew Theological
College in Chicago air Hillel < Ho
ver and David KoTrTreich, while
Leonard Finkelstein will attend
Telzcr Yeshiva in Cleveland.
Thc'lhr^e declare they will def-
initely not enter (he rabbinate.
Hillel feels that his worl; in Chi
cago "will help me to understand
religion better, and this is impor-
tant to me because science will
probably be my career."
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M. JOSEPH HURWITZ
"Mi Kippur Dance
IV nple EmanuEl
'""I annual Yarn Kippur
nance on Saturday evening,
5a',! S h itel. accord-
[JJu!"l' Channing. president
}*l*nization
fvt.; a || .,.;uro ,,u.
ihght sup,*,, and music by a
orchi
"*',' is loph
**m*''"- ol Monticello
will be held
Jn:ng. \>r ,;eorge Jacob_
T"'" >" Present
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5008JWTH FOOD!
Dr. Hurwitz Will
Teach Hebrew
At Ner Tanjid
Lester Lasky. director of Temple
Ner Tamid educational staff, an-
nounced Wednesday the appoint-
ment of Dr. Joseph J. Hurwitz to
teach at the Temple's new Hebrew
school.
Dr. Hurwitz is a native of Boston.
Mass. He holds a Bachelor of Jew-
ish Education degree from the He
brew Teachers College of Boston.
a Bachelor of Science in Education
from Boston University and a Doc-
tor of Philosophy degree in He-
braic studies from Boston Univers-
ity Graduate School. He has also
done graduate wark in educational
administration at Harvard.
Dr. Hurwitz taught Hebrew lit-
erature at the Hebraw Teachers
I Collage of Bo;ton and has been a
: visiting scholar at Columbia Uni-
I varsity in the fields of compara-
tive religion and the history of
the Noar East. Sines 1940, he
has been active In Jewish educa-
tion both in Boston and Miami.
Since 11133. Dr. Hurwitz has been
a faculty member of the l niversit]
it Mu.mi. teaching Hebrew, the
y of Western Civilization,
and English
He is the author of "Th. Jewish
Influences on the Narratives of the
Koran." and "Hebrew: The Ancient
.Modern Language^" He is a mem
ber of the American Assn. of Pro-
fessors of Hebrew and th? Modern
Language Assn. He is a member
of the Hebrew Teachers Assn. of
Greater Miami.
Mcrine Corps Will Mark
Birthday at Springs Villas
The 182nd birthday of the Ha
nn Corps will he celebrated lo-
cally at a dinner and dance for
staff non commissioned officer
the Opa-locka Marine Corps] \ir
station. to he held Nov. 9"in Vising
Springs Vi: '#
Ceremonies will include the cut-
ting of a 150-pound birthday cake
and a speech by a ranking Marine
JACK
The same is true for David, who
will be in Chicago with Hillel.
Leonard, who is "somewhat" in-
terested in a Smicha. neverthe-
lesi currently finds his stamp col-
lecting activities and envelopes
dating back to 1910 of greater
importance at the present time.
"I'm going to Telzer Yeshiva.
sure. But I'm a lot less sure
about the rabbinate," he explain-
ed.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE
ltth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR OAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 205050
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Cantor Jacob L. Rice sounds Shofar in preparation for High
Hcly Days at National Jewish Hospital in Denver. Patients,
staff, and friends of well-known, free, non-sectarian medical
center for chest diseases are observina holidays at hospital
lor 58th consecutive year. Since its openinn, institution's motto
has always been, "None may enter who can pay; none can
pcy who entsi."
10,000 ACRE RANCH
ON A HIGHWAY
at $100 per Acre
JEFFCOTT REALTY
INVESTMENTS
2400 First Street
FORT MYERS, FLA.
rOISON 5-4421
Vigoda to Chant
At Torah Temple
Holiday Services
Cantor Samtfel Viuoda will offi-
eiaU .t High Holy Day services of
Torah Temple. 1254 West ave Mi
ami Beach.
Canter Vigoda succeeded the la'e
Cantor Josef Rosenblatt in his pul-
pit. He i- a Victor recording artist
and has made numerous appear-
in major cities of the world.
Including London, Paris. Amster-
dam. Caracas and Copenhagen.
Befote coming to America,
Cantor Vigoda was chief cantor
of the Arena Terrole in Buda-
pest, Hungary. Upon his arrive'
htro, ht wa* acclaimed of
the great cantors of this genera-
tion.
Cantor Vigoda will chant at all
Torah Terr pie services, assisted by
the crunr. Rabbi Abraham M. Cas-
ed and Rabbi Louis A Cassel. as-
sociate spiritual leaders of Torah
Temple, will deliver the sermons.
Torah Temple's services will be
conducted in the air-condlttofled
Hibiscus auditorium. 10th st ,.ml
Alton rd. Free tickets to hear Can-
tor Vigoda are available for
Slichot, Sept. 21.


REAL ESTATE SALESMAN
NEEDED. Good Commission.
Norman E. Butler, Realtor
I3C30 N.V*. 7th Ave. MO 1-1440
lousiness
Opportunity
EilabKihrd Drilrv.oed Monefoc-
turtr wants aortner for Miami
Beach Brancb, vicinity Collins t,
Lincoln Rons'. Write: Mr. T.,
P.O. Bex 2973, Miami 18, Fla.
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Cc.J Game 5t-;iis/
North Shore Jewish CcfS a Sis
terhood. Mrs. E Betsky president
will In! I i!- first monthly card
game aid get-to ?elh"r Sunday
evening at the Center.
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vOGUST BROS RY/
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Halters' Thtme
lid Halters'' theme Will reign
rwetina of North SNbre Post
Ladies' Auxiliary. Jewish War,
Veterans, Tuesday evening. Sept.,
10, at the North Shore Jewish Cen-i
ler Mr- Milion Koch will give a
general, plus a performance by the'report on the recent JWV national
Marine Drum and Bugle Corps. convention held in Boston.
BUY IT WHOLESALE
Highway to Waterfront Each Residence Furnished
Frame 83' Frcntago $3,500 CBS 78' Frontage $11,500
CBS 5' Frontage SI0.500 ACREAGE
CBS 50* Fronlage $10,500 130' Frontage $13,500
GEORGE DYKES, BROKER
Ingrabam Building FR 3-9922
Or set Mr. Martin at our Tavernier Office


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