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Title:
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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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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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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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THf JEWISH WMIY
32 Number 7
Miami. Florida. Friday, February 14, 1958
32 Paaes Two Sections
Price 20 eace Decides Merger Stand-Dulles
Jake New
\look, He
'Jells Israel
NEW YORK -(JTA)- A re-
jppraisal by the State of Israel of
ps position toward world Jewry
Las urged Sunday night by Rabbi
Prving Miller, chairman of the
American Zionist Council, which
pvi>re Shis country. Rabbi Miller spoke
L the annual pedagogic confer-
ence sponsored by the Jewish Ed-
ucation Committee in cooperation *
With the Jewish Agency. Greetings
Ion behalf of the Israel Govern-
ment were delivered to the parley
by Israel Consul General Simcha
Pratt.
Addressing several hundred ed-
ucators, Rabbi Miller said that
llsrael must "'assume the role for
which it was originally intended
Inamely, as the fountainhead of
spiritual strength for Jews in lands
outside of Israel as well as the
lactual home for others." At the
Isame time, Rabbi Miller asserted-
that "Diaspora Jewry, for its own
Isake, cannot afford to discard Zi-
lonism." warning that "this would
Ibe the surest way toward ultimate
(disintegration."
Hi emphasized that "without
tht moral and material support
of the Jewish people Israel's fu-
ture woild still be precarious,"
declared that while all Jews
Zionist and non-Zionist alike
support Israel, it is tho role of
the experienced and dedicated
Zionists "to be tho vanguard to
sat the oace and provide tho in-
itiative."
Rabbi Milter'! address on the
I relationship of American Jewish
community and Israel was seen
| of special significance in the
Continuod on Pago 10A
Turks Press for Baghdad Pact to Shun
Anti-Israel Stand of Violent Arab Lands
KAUI ItVIHG KILLER
. spiritual iaVatifkatiea
Swiss Seethe
Over Report
BERNE. Switzerland (JTA
The "Ludwig Report," an analysis
of Swiss policy toward refugees
between 1933 and 1945 which
damns the Swiss government for
following a policy that condemned
thousands of Jews fleeing from
Nazism to return to Germany and
their eventual death, was the sub-
ject Wednesday of a stormy session
of the Swiss Federal Council.
The report, ordered by the Fed-
eral Council, charged that through
a complicated web of "no entry"
laws and collusion between Nazi
and Swiss police officials between
10.000 and 12.000 Jews were kept
out ot* Switzerland during the Nazi
regime.
Mathias Eggenberqer, chair-
mm of tho Federal Council com-
mittee responsible for the report,
told his fellow deputies that
while Sv/itzerland contributed
materially to alleviating condi-
tions of the refugees durina and
Continuod on Pago 14 A
JTA-By Direct Teletype Wire
ANKARAThe Republican Peoples Party, lar-
gest opposition group in the Turkish Grand National
Assembly, has opened a campaign to force the Bagh-
dad Pact Council to abandon its anti-Israel orienta
'ion.
In a statement strongly critical of the Menderes
government, the Republicans charged that the Bagh-
dad Pact Council has degenerated into a forum for.
anti Israel statements. The opposition demanded a
debate on the Menueres government's Middle East
policy, asserting it was time to
learn from recent events that as
long as the Baghdad Pact nations
remain bound by its main aim it
will not face conflicts that weaken
its structure."
Meanwhile, it was reported that
plans are being prepared here, with
he blessings of Secretary of State
John Foster Dulles, to unite Jordan
and Iraq. The reports allege that
Mr. Dulles promised to arrange for
Israel's consent to the arrange-
ment, provided Israel receives as-
surances from the united state that
it will be allowed to co-exist even
if a final peace settlement is not
oossible.
From Paris it is reported that
the French Government would
Continuod on Pane 3 A
WASHINGTONSecretary of State Dulles Tues-
day raised the question of whether the emerging
union of Egypt and Syria would be committed to
peace and welfare of the region as a whole and if
it would refrain from aggressive designs against its
neighbors.
He listed this as one of the factors that would
define the U.S. attitude toward the union. Another
consideration, he said, is whether the union is truly
responsible to the will of the people represented.
The secretary referred to the
union as really a merger of Syria
into E;:ypt. He suggested that the
United States might change its em-
bassy in Damascus into a consulate
headed by a consul general. He
indicated also that the union might
affect the United Nations member-
ship status of Syria.
Mr. Dulles prefaced his re-
marks by stating that the United
States recognizes the sentiment
of the Arabs generally to achieve
a greater degree of unity and
that tho United States sympa-
thizes very much with it. He
added, however, that the emerg-
ing union would be ovoluatod by
two factors: one, whether it is
responsive to tho people govern-
J0HN fOSTIK DULUS
. two conditions
Continued on Pago 10A
Arab Communists in Israel Urge Rebellion;
Open Split in Red Leadership Predicted
: TEL AVIV(JTA >Arab nationalistic aspirations promoted by the
Israel Communist party seem to have gotten out of hand and backfired
1 on the party leadership, it was indicated here this week after the pub-
lication in the Communist newspaper Kol Haam of a statement by an
Arab leader which amounted to an open call on the Israeli Arabs to
resist the government in the manner of the Algerian rebels.
Authoritative sources foresee ai +--------
Oil Companies
Reveal Merger
TEL AVIV -(JTA)-Tne imme-
diate merger of Lapidot Israel Pe-
troleum Company. Ltd.. and Israel
0" Prospectors Corporation Ltd..
" been announced by Pinhas La-
von, secretary-general of the His-
wut, who was the arbiter in the
dispute over the future of the two
companies. He notified the execu-
tes of Solel Boneh. the Hista
Ms contracting, concern, and
"ekorot, the Histadrut's Water De-
velopment Company, of his deci-
sion. Solel Boneh is a substantial
reholder in the Israel Oil Pros-
pectors, Ltd., while Mekorol is in-
vo|ved in the Lapidot Company.
* Miami group of investors,
2? hreholdors in tho Israel
Prospector., Ltd., notified
*'Lavon of its willingness to
"r,'<'pate in tho now oil con.-
wny. Legal exports here con-
**' "t tho winding up pro-
Continued on Pago 2A
CJA Hits Million as Goodman
Spun Push for Second Phase
Triggered >nto action by a record-smashing inaugural dinner Feb.
2, the Combined Jewish Appeal this week soared past the $1,000,000
mark to reach the half way point in the campaign.
'We have raised $1,000,535
open split among the Jewish and
Arab leadership. In recent weeks
the Arab leadership of the party,
concentrated chiefly among the ed-
ucated Arabs of Nazareth, has
grown in strength. Today's state-
ment in Kol Haam was signed by
Emile Habbibi. Communist deputy
in Parliament and secretary of the
Nazareth section of the movement.
The group headed by Mr. Hab-
bibi has distributed pamphlets in
Arab villages calling for "Alger-
ian-like rebellion" to bo initiated
by a campaign of passive resis-
tance to the Israeli authorities
chiefly through tho discontinu-
ance of tax payments. The group
has also called for Arab boycott
of Knesset elections.
This new line developed after a
visit by Communist party leaders
Continued on Page 2A
to*
date," Dr. Morris Goodman, cam-
paign chairman, announced. "Now
we must begin the long pull for our
second million."
Pointing out that CJA cam-
paigners in all divisions had
knuckled down to intensive aetiv-
ity immediately after tho open-
ing;, the chairman saW: "If we
could raise a million from Feb. 2
to Feb. 13, I am confident we can
repeat this thrilling achievement
in the weeks to come. The re-
action has been positively phe-
nomenal, with increased giving
the rule rather than the excep-
tion.
"Trades divisions are on the
march, women's functions will be
Continued on Page t A
STATE DMHTmtm MUST ACCEPT RlSKHiSIBIUTY
Send Books to Russia, U.S. Asked
WASHINGTON -(JTA) The
Department of State Wednesday-
made known that it is consider-
ing a Jewish Labor Committee
proposal to ship Hebrew and Yid-
dish books and periodicals to the
Soviet Union under the Kast-
West cultural exchan e program.
The Department indicated it
would consider the matter after
Frederick Merrill, chief of the
Department's East-West cultural
exchange program, met with a
JLC delegation. The delegation
presented a view that the United
States had a "moral responsibili-
ty" to raise with the Soviet Union
the issue of liquidation of Jew-
ish cultural insUutions. writ-
ers, artists, and other cultural
leaders.
It was suggested to the De-
partment that Soviet Jewry be
afforded an opportunity to re-
gain contact with Jewish cul-
tural institutions outside Soviet
borders. Such contact, it was
said, should not be confined to
exchange visits but to a more
broad areathe reintroduction
into the Soviet Jewish cultural
mainstream of books and peri-
odicals in Yiddish and Hebrew.
The JLC delegation stressed
the importance of obtaining from
the Soviet authorities an ac-
counting of the fate of Jewish
cultural personages whoso dis-
appearance has never been offi-
cially explained. A memorandum
Continued on Page 9A


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Friday, February U, Jj
Siyum Hate rah
Merks Spiritual
Leader's Passing
Ha:orah will take place at
Beth Emeth Congregation. 12230
MV 2nd ave Sunday at 230 p.ir:.
The Scroll of Law i> being pre-
sented to Beth Emeth by spiritual
leader Rabbi David Hersoa in
memory of his father. Rabbi Chain)
Tzvi Herson. late chief rabbi of
M0M.
The Siyum will mark the
anniversiary of the noted spir.i-.-l
leaocr < passing.
Principal speaker at the func-
tion will be Rabbi Yaakev Rasen-
berg, of Beth David Congrega-
tion. Rabbi Morten fcUUvsfcy, el
the Israelite Center, will repre-
sent the Rabbinical Assn. of '
Greater Miami.
Rabb; Abraham Herson. of Tii- ,
ereth Israel North-side Qatssa *...
join his brother at the Siyum Ha
torah celebration.
eal portion of the program
will include Beth Emeth Cantor
Hi man Fetn and Cantor Bernard \
Kirsch. of Tifereth Israel, as v.
as the Tif ereth Israel choir.
Oil Companies to Merge
Continued from Papa 1 A
cedure and the tamdina of rh
new company can be effected in
four to six months.
Ail concessions and equipment
possessed by the two ompanies
w .11 be passed on to the new com-
pany, according to Mr. Lavons de-
..sioa. Shareholders of both firms
' j5011pK*l SStf ^0V *T
Rabbi Joseph L Rockovjky
MS sttCMKAN AV0NK.
itMM
vill receive the new compsnH
shares, the value of which will
determined by mutual agreeme
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Stanley Glarier (center), president of Beth Emeth Congregation,
discusses details cl Sunday Siyum Hatorah wit'i B*H E"rth
spiritual leader Rabbi David Herson (right) and Rabbi Abra-
ham Herson. cf Tifeieth Israel Northside Center._____________^
Arab Reds in Israel Press
For Anti-Government Drive
wsu-Mtsne
KM tOOU AND willl
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TRULY NOUN,fat
Continued from Page 1 A
Shmuel Mikunis and Tewfik Toubi
l to Moscow w.itre they were appar-
:> toW to increase Communist
-y activity in Israel and include
in their demands the return of Pal-
me ta the Arabs. These in-
>tnicUons have caused friction
*.;hin the party with Dr. Moshe
- eh. Meir Wilner. Mikunis and the
moderate Toubi being opposed by
activist Habb:bi.
Reportedly the Jewish leaders
I have agreed to demands for shrink
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plans for an Arab state in Pales-
tine. If the majority of the Com-
munist party opposes Habbibi. he
is still in a position to form a dfca-
sident group ultra-nationalistic in
character.
In a recent speech in the Arab
village of Araaba. Habbibi told ih?
villagers that "no force will pre-
vent i the realization of i Palestine
Arab rights of self-determinauon."
He also asserted that "in view of
the union reached between Egypt
and Syria it is very natural thai
the Arab masses should increase
their struggle for national and civil
rights against the oppressors of th."
Arab populations, the looters of
their lands and those who oppose
, their rights of scil determination
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nlor extiaordinaiy service on behali of Mt Sinai Hos-
2 rSL Bank is received by Charles Z. Spingarn Qeh).
f S^BMh David Congregation Blood Bank committee
K Mark B. cJlin. hospnal's Blood Bank founder and
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"foai annually.____________ m__________,------------------------------
New 'Metro1
Launched Here
A new division of this year's
Combined Jewish Appeal. "Met-
ro," will launch its campaign ac-
tivities this week, chairmen Artie
Kravitz and William A. Weintraub
announced.
Following a worker's rally Sun-
day morning at the Town Branch
of t)ie Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center, assignments were
maue lo some SO volunteers. A sec-
ond workers rally will be held this
Sunday at the Beach Branch.
According to the co-chairmen,
ovtr S,e pr**p*efnn HMrV
gotiis will be atked to con-
tribut* to thi yr' vital cam-
paign.
Captains appointed are Ken Last,
Allapattah. Ted Goldstein, Edison
Center; Maurice Hyman, Shenan-
doah; Ed Lewin, Trail.
Irving Saal, Hyman Kam, J. L.
Cabin, Oscar Zeltzer, B. Morris-
son, Ed Rothbart and Fred Sand-
ier have been appointed to act as
captains for the Southwest section.
In Coconut Grove, Philbert
Marks accepted the position of
campaign captain, and Mike Sos-
sin is captain of South Miami
I Beach, with Bernard H. Liberman
I heading up solicitations in offices
first Ambassador to Israel Will lecture at U of M
Dr. James G. McDonald, first
U.S. Ambassador to Israel, will
present a series of six lectures on
the role of the United States in
world affairs at the University of
Miami beginning Feb. 20.
Sponsored by the UM govern-
ment department, the McDonald
lectures will be open to the public
without charge. They will all be
in Beaumont Hall, main campus,
and buildings of the downtown Mi-
ami area.
They aked volunteers to enroll
by calling JE 8-4331, or by applica-
tion in person at CJA headquar-
ter* M 430" ieocoln-reW M*omi
Beach.
at 9:30 a.m. Scheduled are Feb. 20,
"Perspective on Today's Threat to
Civilization;" Feb. 25, "The Rus-
sian Challenge;" Feb. 27, "The
Grand Alliance: NATO;" Mar. 4,
"The Struggle for the Middle
East;" Mar. 6, "Democratic Con-
trol of Foreun Policy:" and Mar.
II "The UN and the World
Crisis."
Workmen's Circle Party
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Branch 1059 was to hold a Valen-
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of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Joselefskjr,
1239 15th st. Mrs. Irving Bachrow,
chairman, was to preside. Mrs.
Abraham Haiduck was in charge
of entertainment.
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Continued from Pago 1 A
not bo opposed to a onion of Jor-
dan and Iraq which might re-
store equilibrium in the Middle
East and counteract the effects
of the Syrian-Egypt merger, a
French Foreign Ministry spokes-
man indicated Wednesday.
Sources close to the ministry be-
lieve that the French Government
is inclined to favor such a move
which it sees as assuring, in the
long run. the security of Israel and,
Lebanon. A report current here as-
serts that Iraq is preparing to quit
the Baghdad Pact.
Meanwhile, the news of the pro-
posed Egypt-Syria merger into a
single Arab state has been received
in the Indian capital. New Delhi,
with mixed feelings. It is believed
here that if the Baghdad Pact had
not been brought into existence,
Egypt and Syria might not have
made such a "countermove." At
the same time, some political ob-
servers say that the Egypt-Syria
merger would mean practically the
encirclement of Israel and the en-
largement of the orbit of Soviet
influence.
The daily "Pratap." of New Delhi,
a leading Indian language paper,
.comments: "The borders of Egypt
I and Syria nowhere meet each other
and are separated by the territories
of Israel and Jordan and to com-
plete the merger Col. Nasser will
have to try to seek the territories
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Miami Will Observe At a Second Glance
Secretary of State Dulles' observations this
mrt u^-The-Egrpt-Syria merger are certainly
to be appkxnded.
Mr. Dulles is on record as believing that
the U.S- will react favorably to the mercer only
if its intentions are peaceful and only if it
considers the desires of the Egyptian and
Syrian peoples.
These are without a doubt laudable condi-
tions, and under ordinary circumstance we
would rest easily both about them, as well as
about the merger. itseli
Ceitcmly. in terms of Arcbian territory and
regional cultures, the number of Arab nations
existing today far exceeds the best interests of
practical government were practical govern-
ment what the Arab leadership wants.
But modern history underscores the mulu-
pliciry of Arab sovereignties fabricated in the
name of colonial politics.
Were the Egypt-Syria merger, as well as
the rumored Jordan-Iraq union, honest efforts to
eliminate the evils of this multiplicity, we might
rest easily. But certainly in the case of Egypt
and Syria, as indicated in these columns last
week, this appears far from the case.
Mr. Dulles is thus wise to proffer Ame:.:= s
conditional attitude toward the union as cf now.
The weckness in his position is that he poses
no possible alternative policy for us to follow
should the Egypt-Syria merger, as we suspect.
not prove peaceful, and should the merger be a
fait accompli beyond the will of the Lay pt.cn
and Syrian man in the street.
Laudable though the conditions are. the
Secretary of State once again shows his brinks-
manship. The Eisenhower Doctrine mcy have
pledged us to more action than we may wish
to take once all the ramifications of the Egypt-
Syria merger cae painfully clarified.
Jewish Music Month--------
Greater Miami Wbi the rest of the notion in
celeb:-:.z.z Jewtak Music Month at a festival in
Terr.pie Israel here Feb. 23.
Jewish Music Month is an annual obser-
vcr.ee ur.der the auspices cf National Jewish
an Board to mark the contributon by Jews
to the world's musical heritage.
The Miami festival is particularly imposing
this year. Plans call for an Israeli program, as
well cs for several production numbers in Yid-
c-sr-.
We believe that the decision to recognize
the achievement cf Jewish musical effort in our
own community is by far the most exciting pres-
pec; of the Jewish Music Month festival k>r 1 '358.
Compositions by Greater Mtamians in this
ger.re, singied out in a recent ccntest. will re-
ceive both performance and awards at the
Feb. 23 event.
This most closely approximates the spirit
cf Jewish Music Month not only to re-
cce .icint ourselves with the past, but to encour-
cge the present in our continuing contribution to
the world s musical art
A Happy Achievement
With the Combined Jewish Appeal hardly
two weeks old. CJA leaders thi= week an-
nounced that the campaign has already reach-
ed the SI million mark.
Such rapid-fire fund-raising warms the
heart of the entae community.
But no one should pull the wool over his
eyes, feeling that the S2.100.0C0 goal tor 1958
is just around the corner.
The figure ennounced this week chiefly
represents the generous outpouring of Greater
Miami's big gift givers. The second million
will be more difficult going. It will have to be
reached through the hearts and graciousness
cf the area's residents at large.
While the latest CJA achievement is a
happy and welcome one. it is also a call to the
community a reminder that its fair share of
the campaign responsibility must be met now.
Inbal's Exotic Roots
Inbol. Israel's unique ballet theater, comes
to Greater Miami Feb. 26 and 27.
This will present us with an unusucl op
portunity to see Israeli art in its truly native
form.
Inbal ballet theater was organized shortly
after Israel became an independent nation, con-
sisting of Yemenites who had migrated to Israel
from the farthest corners of the Arabian penin-
sula, where they dated back some 2.500 years.
The exotic roots of this native Israeli dance
group are theretore both extensive and historic.
No one should miss the opportunity of see-
ing Inbal's art during the group's two-night per-
formances here.
More than They Anticipated
The Israel Bond Organization aimed to
launch its S75 million campaign for 1S58 with
the sale of S10 million in bonds at the interna-
tional inaugural conference meeting at Miami
Beach last weekend.
As the conference came to a conclusion,
the figure scored was S14.601.2C0.
This is indicative of the understanding
brought by the Israel Bond leadership to their
deliberations here.
Conference chairman Lawrence Laskey
called the inaugural sale "the happiest way of
saying happy birthday to the State of Israel" on
the occasion of her tenth anniversary.
An even happier occasion will be the an-
nouncement at the end of 1958 that the S75 mil-
lion goal has been achieved.
BROTHERHOOD WEEK, FEB. 16-23
NCCJ Award to Weinkie
The National Conference of Christians and
Jews has made an excellent choice in its pres-
entation cf a regional NCCJ award to Carl
Weinkie.
The award will be made at the Confer-
ence's ennual Brotherhood dinner here Tues-
day.
Over the years. Weinkie has cchieved a
high position of leadership in the Jewish com-
munity. This posilicn is rnctched in the general
ce.-r.mur.ty by the same excelle.it purpose end
devotion to responsibility that chaincteriaes
Weinkie in his every civic endeavor.
As the sign i.ecr.-*? of the avrcrd Indicates,
he typifies t] I of Brotherhood toward
vod will aspire.
We :o:n th ce cf Chi
t'ans and Jews in congratukr. aq Weinkie on
his many years of interfaith service to the com-
munity.
during the wemk
as i *** it
by LEO MINDLIN
I FIND MVMLF mcreasim
1 disturbed by Israeli,
fighter ior the Drothtrhood of tlisn
speak English with an i
cable British accent. Oru^
W, I confess, there fcji t0(ri
of jealously here; but also
volved is some honest erttieh.
not of the Israelis, themselves
but of Jews who melt with e
cessive nrid? when they hear their delicate Oxonian tones. The Is
raelis can not help the way they express themselves. With them,
is less a matter of multi-lingual excellence than of history. The e
penence of an Abba Eban. for example, is to an extent typical Htj
came to Israel via spiritual identification and ideological convictio
tven this needs elaboration: He didn't come to Israel in the sen*
(hat he mizrated there. He was one of her makers.
Reared' amid the secular British culture of South Africa, intellect
Malty trained in the hallowed atmosphere of Oxford, professionally
shaped by the icy gentility of Empire institutionalism. Eban was read-L
i-d for Ha ultimate role through a host of influences ia every way]
foreign to Zloi^st-expressionism.
But f.-om a popular point of view, modern Zionism, although con-l
ce.ved in Western Europe, drew upon Russia and Poland for Its great-l
est source of strength. In the eyes of the heavily "class" conscious!
J mi of our time, their English and German kinsmen are markedly!
superior :o those born in the East. There are many reasons for this!
arbitrary evaluation, not the least of which stems from the subtle,!
almost subconscious, will to identify with the Anglo-Saxon majority, i
For it is th-s majority that has stereotyped the Jew in the garbl
and manner of East European custom: the Jew in less than fa>hioo.|
able frock coat, fur hat. white stockings and beard. There can be no
better rejection of this virtual caricature than the counter-image of
Jew born tc British gentility, reared in the complex civilizathn of that
gentility, and expressing himself as an end product of e\ en-thing
siperior in his "CUM" via the pearl-shaped tones of royal English.
$f WAT Of mtOWCiMG AM AMtCDOTl
IN A STRONG sense, then, such chauvinism is frequently a coistioaij
effort to avoid the barbs of anti-Semitism through identificationI
with respectability."' Harmless itself, it only becomes dangerous ia]
t e denial of respectability by his kinsmen to the Jew found humorous]
in the untutored Anglo-Saxon eye.
Somehow, therefore, the speech and manner of an Eban becomes'
a source of pride. Without the caricatured costume of bis East Eu-
ropean prototype, "unaccented-' in the British accent that con-ti'utes
a mark of his superiority, he is a figure with which to be identified
a- a means of rejecting the symbols of the luckless Jewish past or
of seeking out the "anonymity" modern sociologists anticipate in as
assimlate:! future.
That ail of thai must be vain reasoning is certainly apparent to the
Israel of British intonation the problem, as I have said, is with his
admirer. Aware of his catalyst's role in history, he know
hi< children and those who come after them will speak Hebrew will
! -i the mark cf foreigner in the land even as the Jews of our tint
deny the foreigner in themselves by identification with the "unac-
cented "
All of which is by way of saying that Dr Joseph J. Schwartz, head
of the brad Bond drive, made a pithy remark during a bond luncheoa
las: Thursday at the Fontainebleau hotel. Gen Meir Amit. of the
Israe! Army, had just concluded his address. He spoke like fee Is-
raelis imported here for such functions: his intonation was unmis*
takable. His remarks at an end. Gen. Meir politely apologized for fbt
cumberscmeness of his English and sat down.
Said Dr Schwartz: "The general's apologies are really unneces-
arj Would it be too much to hope that every American Jew who
visits Israel should speak Hebrew as well as he speaks English'"
Hi mis oNtr o*jf not or m sroer
ISRAEL BONO ORGANIZATION leader Abraham Feinberg let the
luncheon in on a conference he had with President Eisenhower
'he week before. Feinberg said the President was less worried about
our race for scientific ascendancy with the Soviet Union than the way
ia which the American people seemed to be flagging in their support
of the L'.S foreign aid program.
In the President's view, this nation need not be excessively con-
cerned over Russia's phenomenal missile progress. The process ft*
competition, as well as the rude awakening we experienced with the
launching of Sputniks I and II. would take care of that, he felt. But."
Feinberg paraphrased Mr Eisenhower, "our people don't understand
economic aid abroad. If they did, the aid would continue."
This was by way of mirroring the President's increasing desptir
Aith the future of foreign spending at the hands of Congress Accord-
ing to Feinberg. Mr. Eisenhower added: "If economic aid continues un-
hampered. I couldn't care less who wins the election in 1960. For the
future of the nation would be secure."
I don't know what the Israel Bond chief had in mind when he re-
ported this storyunless it was to draw a parallel between the sitmiu-
caace bond purchases have for Israel and U.S. spending abroad holds
for the free world at large Interesting enough. Feinberg said nothing
about .Mr. Eisenhower's attitude toward the tight fiscal attitude the
t S. entertains with regard to Israel particularly about the S75
million import*xport loan that would, by now. be a bad joke were its
continuing delay not so damaging to the Jewish State.
is *iwi rm haiioh nwomcs mm
QNE MUST OF course agree with the President about increasin?
American resistance to foreign aid. Bat Mr. Eisenhower n
himself to be held accountable for this resistance. He it was who con-
IP?'': 1th* gv*,**" through two election campaigns, in bis sec
ond bid for the Presidency still fighting the issues of the first: while
today, his popularity waning, he is finally coming to grips with those
of the second.
Making badge! conscious a nation that through 1950 saved most-
or western Europe from succumbing to Communism with. Marshall'
t-un funds, and through ls>52 fought an expensive battle to contain
ned a. Korea, then-candidate Eisenhower was Jess -tolerant:
ol the need for foreign aid than now.
"day a victim of the criticism he internperately voiced o
from Europe as commander of NATO, the
HI Had path? for his turnabout in the hard world
i politics. He is w.thout a doubt right when he surmises that I' S.
S iie more in our willingness to share with the free wortd tiw
m our imaedia es or failures in the ir ajrersiancy
-"... Union.
n,R"' ] '- --> Mt example of the value to a campaigner
or proa,hint: economy even when it proves terribly expire to dJ
- reason more than any other that Mr Eiseimower does
not care -bout I960 Bd les ^^ d,y$ ,to mMnxim COP put
n-o of.ice back in 1952 wh.U under no circumstance* as th,
L Pl"y ^n he "n. Tha is the reai mcanuv of Abra-
n-.n. rei.-.bergs tale.


rehruary 14. 19&8
^JewlstncrUian
VA
HOLeague Cites 85th Congress
for Broad Civil Rights Legislation
.'^.Ifitii Confess of the United
.^ which passed the first
I5"lVrivU nshts law in 82 ycr
W**? I here by the Anu-
nain
'"Mrioaiueo) B'nai Brith
I* lie Lcsacy award, unu-
iSiliuns to the enrichment of
Ka> democratic traditions.
K' award, a silver medallion
IJrh has previously been given
Ssdent" Eisenhower and Tru-
ltt Vmnne others, was voted by
Sfol** Anti-befarnatiou
ISS Commission at recent ses-
I meir 4*n aii.mai meeting
Ji Jencana hotel. Present.
Sceremonies to leaders of the
IS Congress w.ll be made at a
B,c dinner in Washington on
I Mar. 3.
Another resolution hailed the
function of the new Iyer eeted
Civil Rights Commi*ioo cheraed
with investigating violence end
intimidation, examining the use
of ectinemic pressures to deprive
cititens of their voting rights,
and helping to establish channel*
of communication between races
of the South.
The resolution said that "because
of the prestige of the Commission
The League Commission cited
the 85th Congress for "a compli-
cated job of reconciling individu-
il diffarences and overcoming
barriers of bitterness and parti-
sanship in developing a law re-
sponsive to the needs or tne
American people."
-Civil rights debates in the past
have often been characterized oy
Irancor in debate, little or no posi-
tive action," it said. "In au in-
spired fashion, both leaders and
hank and file of the 85tn Congress
Imcceeded with a minimum of
llury and heat in producing an
historic contribution to our heritage
lot law and thus added its voice to
Itnose of the Courts and the Execu-
|tive in the pursuit oi equality."
At its closing session, the Com-
Imission elected Benjamin Green-
[berg, of New York, as treasurer
Ito succeed the late Jacob Alson.
Bernard Nalh. of Chicago, was re-
leJected chairman of the executive
committee; Paul H. Sampliner, of
IKew York, vice chairman. Elected
members of the national executive
Icommitiee included George Talia-
|Loff, Miami Beach.
The Commission passed a reso-
lution presented by John Horwitz,
let Oklahoma City, expressing oppo-
sition to proposed Sunday closing
llaws whicn contain "no specific
Itxceptiou lur those who observe
|Un saboath on a day other than
[Sunday." It also called upon the
lADL tu work tor such specific ex-
ception in all proposed Sunday clos-
liag laws.
Hemphill Refuses
To be Honored
WASHINGTON (JTA)- Rep.
Robert W. Hemphill, South Caro-
lina Democrat, announced this
week that he has asked to have
hi* name omitted when tha en-
tire 85th Congress is honored
next month by the Anti-Defama-
tion League of B'nai B'rith for
civil rights legislation, the Con-
gressman made public a letter
declining n invitation to at-
tend an award meeting on Mar.
3. He asked: "Please do not in-
duce me as a recipiem ef the
award."
A rosnlutijn concerned with "law
I anci order commended those state
governors "who have issued public
statements denouncing resort to
violence and ur.'ing obedience to
law and the Constitution." The res-
o.i.i on, presented, by Judge David
A [lose; oi Boston, said that "we
ha\ c aH.eheTTwith growing''apple-'
hensiou the increasing resort to
violence by extremist elements."
"Even more disturbing are the
actions of individuals in positions
oi otiicial responsibilityfortunate-
ly tew in numberwho have con-
: doneu an*) even encouraged such
v.i'lence ... It is our hope that
public officials will show determin-
1 ation equal to those of some state
governors in preventing violent de-
: fiance to the end that Americans of
: good will everywhere may work
' toward a solution of racial ten-
jsions in an atmosphere of under-
standing and reason, from the
and its members. It has a unique
opportunity to play a constructive
role in this emotion charged area.
We join millions of Americans in
expressing confidence and hope in
the success of its ultimate objec-
tives."
clamor of hysteria and mob vio-
| lence."
Another Commission resolution
presented by Edward Goldberg-
er, of New York, said that the
League would "not oppose Jew-
ish participation in interfaith
baccalaureate services if they
are held on off-school, non-re-
ligieus premises, separate from
commencement exercises."
The League, as a matter of pol-
icy, is opposed to baccalaureate
services in the public schools.
Einstein Board
Elects Three
Election of three outstanding
business and communal leaders to
the board of overseers of the Al-
bert Einstein College of Medicine
was announced here Wednesday
by Nathaniel L. Goldstein, chair-
man of the board and former New
Yoik state attorney general.
Jack D. Weiler, real estate in-
vestor who has served as national
chairman of the United Jewish Ap-
peal and chairman of the Greater
New York UJ\ SamujB|JJ. Gold-
ing, chairman of the board of di-
rectors of the Sterling! Bank and
Trust Company; and Charles Rev-
son, president and founder of Rev-
Ion, Inc., are the new board mem-
bers.
Their selection increases the
board membership to four persons,
including Gen. Goldstein. The Al-
bert Einstein College of Medicine
is a non-sectarian medical school
which opened its doors in the
Bronx in September, 1955. Affiliat-
ed with it is a new. 1.400-bed Bronx
Municipal Hospital Center,
Louis E. Wolfson, of Miami
Beach, and George Frankel. of
Houston and Greenwich. Conn., a
Miami Beach winter resident, are
members of the board.
Fred Malakoff on a holiday
in Israel visits old quarter of
Jerusalem. He is son of Mr.
and Mrs. Milton Malakoff,
8025 Noremac ave., Miami
Beach.
He's Named Brandeis Fellow
WALTHAM, MassBen Volen,
of Chicago and Palm Beach,
retired Interstate Department
Stores executive, has been named
a Fellow of Brandeis University.
Before his retirement in 1942,
Volen was executive vice presi-
dent, a director of the company,
land a member of the executive
committee of Interstate Depart-
ment Stores. A native of Chicago,
he attended the University of Wis-
consin.
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Friday. February 14, \c
Exciting Inbal Spurs Modern Dance Tradition
By JACK H. GOtDUH
*ss
Preseated by S. Hart* under
th* iHpim of the Amem
Israel Cakaral FjandaOon. the
H.ae-Ii liMtn c*3ed Intel per-
turaaed for the first time in the
United Stale* os Jan. 6 at the
Martin Beck Theatre in Vew
York. This sent the anetropalrian
tnt.cs siaiijiug to their
ihciuried in
next daily miirt
The Yemenise Dance Theatre
1. .-.---..:--
eaace snebtiti. Bora oat of an
thousand years, it was
fresh and vigorous aad aL
is like the fianiag of a precsans
treasure ef aanaacsty. Taw ec-
static spin*, and th? spsritaaBy
preserved in ru
fiLltaW
77 ia
.miir await;*
C*^rs>nt? for
fata. tna*r*>*a of
J're^v C. *rcrt. laahsaj arc i
aft* m : sfGat* ef asfa
primitive abundance of energy
bare been released intact after
excavated from a toaab.
Along ante oaacmg. Inaal
chants nod ring* wiih choral
wiaiM aad speech renunis-
eaal al aha faaaat CpmB IhaatM.
". Initil crecte* ;u own BaBfJBfca. inSuen
ce
Noted Medicos Due in Report Forum
At Einstein College Reception Sunday
Dr Sarr.ue! A Lome of Boston,!
Dr Lt, V DnehJ -ii of New York,
and Dr. Marcus D. KogeL dean of
the Albert Einstein College of Med-
icine, will give a comprehensive
report on Medicine and the Ten-
sions of Daily Living" at a nation-
al reception in behalf of the med-
ical school Sunday at 4:3* p.m. m
the Rosewood room of the Fon-
tainebleau hotel
Three of the nation's top physi-
cians they will present "A Doc-
Vie*po,nt on Heart and
Mind." The reception is sponsored
by the board of overseers of the
Albert Einstein College of Medi-
cine, first non-sectarian medical
school in the nation under Je*.sh
auspices.
Dr. Levin*, e'inical professor
of medicine at Harvard Univer-
sity, is considered one of th*
world's foremost cardiologies.
He is the author of frve rosier
books on coronary thrombosis,
clinical heart disease, clinical
auscultation of the Heart and
current concepts in digitalis
therapy. He received his M.D.
degree from Harvard at the age
of 25, and served as a captain
in the Allied E ipeditienerv '
Force in World War I.
Dr Davidoff. a leading neuro-l
surgeon, ia chairman of the de-l
pnrtmeat of surgery of the Albert
Einnem College and heads the;
surgery and neorosurgery divi-j
sions of the adjacent and affiliated!
Bronx Municipal Hospital Center, j
Dr. Ko*eL former commissioner
of hospitals of New York City. is!
one of the foremost authorities on'
public health in the world. He
headed the huge New York system '
until his appointment as dean of
the Albert Einstein College, and
a- a colonel in World War II in
the United States Army projected
; many procedures which revolu-
tionized military medicine.
The meeting will complete a
week of intensive activity in be-
half of the medical school by
American and Canadian leaders,
and will be marked by the presen-
tation of the -first annual Albert
Einstein College of Medicine Serv-
ice Award to Charles Frost of
Palm Beach, aatiooal chairman ef
the Society of Use Founders of the
college.
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The putmmus also py native
instruments aad art. Bat it's all
of a pseee. a unity, a rhythm na-
tive to a single culture The fla-
vor is Oriental, the vitality Afri-
canat combines speech :n He-
brew and Arabic ia a pastoral
folk art strangely Japanese
Indian in dance quality. Bu:
thee far-Sang cultures are -
lv part and parcel of an e>
sion that is whole and or.
ThtMfc perhaps mtiueaced by
seme ef these art form-. Inbai
illustrates that all folk
ba-i: it.: that it stems :r m the
same spring of emotion and ex-
it* program is divided
three cart*. It opens with shep-
herd dances taken from Israeli
folk themes and leads into the
religious dance drama.
Song of Deborah." a stirring
adaptation from the Book of
J edges Part two is subdivided
into four sections and concerns
itself with a Yemenite wedding
The Yemenites sanctify their
marriages with ceremonies mat
last seven days, and Inbal pre-
sents the higfaliihts with tender
goad humor and gentle clowning
as well as joyous impulse. The
fmal portion produces the high-
light of the evening, "The Queen
of Sheba." one of the worlds sreat
love stories, is reproduced by
Inaal in the form of a dance
drama. It is simple and vital, hu-
moroas aad lync. Wonderfully
creative, it captures a poetic fla-
vor.
The star of the evening is an
artist who appears only on the
proa-am and is not seen on
stage She is listed as the artistic
director and her name. Sara
Levi-Tanai. appears again and
asain as the composer of
of the music. She is credited
with the creation of Inbal.
MargalOh Oved. who plays the
leading role, is a beautiful and
diminutive young lady with a gi-
gantic range of talent. Her emo-
tion reaches from jreat tragedy
to high comedy, and her voice
and movements have color and
fire. She moves effortlessly and
uith such vitality that the audi-
ence bursts into instantaneous
applause on several occasions.
Meir Ovadia. playing opposite
her. matches her in mood and
movement with lean, strong and
rhythmic grace. Hadassah Be-
doch produces the sensual flavor
of an exciting personality on
stage.
An evening spent at th s thea-
tre is an electrifying experience
_ esocciaUy fcr a Jew. Inbal
lares not only excitement,
but pnde. As an ambassador of
good-will it communicate* the
spirit of a people in its ancient
ecstasy of a dance theatre.
Thou h ancient in origin. In-
bal gives every evidence of cre-
r.cal influence
toda- R?hbJ^s-
KcatKJew. who f'inc
iance din
bar-1
his
>ht cut real smash
I mu-
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workmen's Gi*cle chorus rehearses for Jewish
u^T festival. At piano is Mrs. Abraham
fSck S-and-n-, (ri-ht) is Abraham Haiduck.
Si director. Members (left t-> right) are
Crow *ll.e Green. Ra3 Rodman. Ruth
Suldiner. Lea Gresnbern. Annie Goon Sec-
'*7row ore Edith Klap*r Evplvn Wten*r.
{alherine Laytcn. Anna Rubin. Sadie Lerner,
Sarah Lebowitz. Third row are Arnold Klap-
per, Nathan Goon, Julius Rubin. Solomon Elzu-
lon, hyman Kletter. Fourth row are Harry
Green, Harry Schuldiner, Max GreenbeTg, Is-
rael Victor, Samuel Haiduck. Philip Wiener,
Dora Mechlin, and Pauline Pepple are not
shown.
Th" 'potlinht will again be on the
Vlddl b ;i pect of Jewish culture in
Hi.' presentations by Cantor Her-
man Qottli 'ii Tempit Judea. who
has developed an unusual reper-j
!i folk sonus.
Cantor David Conviser and the
Temple Beth Sholom choir will pre-,
scut Mis* DeotseaVs winning aom-
>' > liturgical seL-c-
Cantor Conviser.
Th fo'lowmg orfatiizr
with the festival
co mnit ee Be h ') n.d Sistrrtio 11
Temp!.1 Beth S .olom Sisterhood.
Miami Hebron Sihool and Cengre
gation. Miami Beach lladassah. Mi
ami lladassah. National Council of
Jewish Wonv.n. Temple Emanu-EI
Sisterhood. Temple Israel Sister-
hood. Temple Judea Sisterhood,
Temple Sinai Sisterhood, and Work-
men's Circle.
Miami Readies Music Month Fete
Cantor Wil rim Lipson, program coordinator of the 1958 community-wide Jewish Music Festival,
L week revealed detsill ot the Sunday night. Feb. 23 function at Temple Israel under the sponsorship of
reaier Miami Jewis'i Community Center, withthe cooperation of the Cantors Assn.
In keeping with the theme, 'Tribute to Israel," in honor ol the tentii anniversary of the State of Israel,
hiahlun'o" r-in wi" ia!ure Israeli music._____________________^_________________________
this year's pr.) ;ram
i,.[ rator. Albert liur-
| a oi seating.
A i r | native Isieell group.
in ia.: cutums, will prmmU m
.r o se.ee,iors tro.n l llHd Oi ... r 1-.....hrourt 43nj,
d..i.: am psreossio.:. Balrouria
StUd, recent arrival here, on g*
real suihenticity to ar vocal
prtun atiors, s a na'ive of Tol
Aviv, bern c. Yemei.te parents.
Dur.ng the Wsr tor l.tte^an-
(fence, Mr*. Gilad served at a
l.eulenant in th* Israeli Army.
I In addition. w > *"~Z\
.: performeri and drum. and by Anyuta Melicov at
|new eon ln'' co.nmun- tne pjar,o.
jv [or Mil r up-1 A modern dance group, directed
[ayor Kenneth Oka of by Eugenic Schein. GMJCC dance
Miami Beach, lestival ctotrmsn, (tnatrumnr, will feature Jtannetta
Hui.t. Dolores Jordan. Ada Glasser,
and John Derrick in a series of
four dances based upon Israeli
biirtterd toafis with pipe and drum
mpaniment. Miss Scnein ar-
range Um eawreoajraphy.
Two compositions Will receive
their premiere performance, in line
wi h ihe rules of the contest for
original Jewish music sponsored
ny the festival committee this past
year. They are Haul Klite's prize-
wi.ining "Hebraic Mood" for viola
and piano, and the second prize
winner. "And Ye Shall Seek Me."
She will be assisted by Shula choral selection by Dianne
Th* Klite composition will b
performed by Arnold Sklar,
violist with tho Univorsity of Mi-
ami Symphony Orchestra, and
Jos* Mariscal, who has perform-
ed as pianist with th* Havana
Symphony Orchestra. Miss
Deutsch will also pr*s*nt Robert
Strassburg's new piano composi-
tion, "Torah Sonata."
Music in the Yiddish idiom will
be featured in the group of selec-
tijns to be presented by the Work-
men's Circle Chorus, directed by
Abraham HaiducK. ine cnorus will
be making its first bow before a
general community audience.
Doron. who will dance and piay the Deutsch.
Temple Judea Has
Brotherhood Fete
Temple Judea wilf mark Brother-
hood Week with a special program
Wednesday evening at the Temple,
320 Palermo ave.
Guest speakers will include Re
Thrdford Johnson, of the St. John
Baptist Church: James
chairman of the Florida rei;
National Conference of Christians
and Jews; and Gilbert Farley, of
! the education department at the
University of Miami.
Participating in the program will
be Temple Judea spiritual leader
Rabbi Morris Skop and Cantor Her-
man Gottlieb.
A 100-voice choir of the St. John
Baptist Church under the direction
of Mrs. Pauline G. Dunn is also
scheduled, according to chairman
of the evening, Mrs. David Stein.
Named Special Agenf
Alvin Schwartz has been appoint-
ed special agent with the Paul Re-
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protection and hospitalization in-
surance. A native Miamian, Sch-
wartz is a University of Miami
graduate and a Korean veteran
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. _, _. M-en1 In tallation of Temple Judea
Rno (1.ft to right) Judge Sam Silver.
I SnLm of installation affair; Cantor Herman
ichSSb newly installed cantor; Sol Ravin.
president of Temple Judea; Rabbi Morris A.
oKop, spiritual leader; and Dr. Maurice Bloom.
01 liomont temple. N. x., guest speaker.
Ask Books for
Continued from Pago 1 A
and documentation woro present-
od to Mr. Merrill domonatrating
that a vacuum exists in Soviet
Jewiih cultural areas at a result
of a ten-year purgo. Dospito free
world Drototts, said the delega-
tion, the "cultural genocide" con-
tinue*.
Charging that concern is not
only with past abuses, the dele-
gation expressed concern with
present practices "at this mo-
ment" in cultural discrimination
against Jews. "Jewish m.-iiiu-
UonSi press, pabttsWng houses,
schools and theaters are pad-
locked. Oit i>overnment should
be cognizant of the fact that
there prevails within the Soviet
Jews
Union today an atmosphere of
suppression and repress lot.
against Soviet Jewry." the dele-
gation said.
The memorandum presented
asked that the Secretary of State
carry out negotiations under th#
cultural exchanges with Russia
toward reviving "a culture that
has been left for dead in the
wake of purges conducted by the
Soviets agains". their own Jewish
cultural personalities.-"- Members
of the delegation included Jacob
t Zukcrman. president of the
..Workmen!* Circle; Jacob Pat. ex-
ecutive secretary of the Jewish
Labor Committee. Dr. Israel
Knox, American Jewish educat-
or, and Walter J. Kirschenbaum.
JIC direc'or of pu'olic relations.
irew-Spealting Club
[Hrtrev Academy faculty mem-
Saul pnru-h will review Kis-
{MoWeth.- by the noted writ-
.judah Burlow. ai a meeting of
llioadop, Hebrew speaking club
^Saturday evening at Temple
Emanu-EI. .
Harry Perach Kwitney, also of
fce Hebre* Academy, will discuss
he Weekly Portion.
The program will include com-
lirnnit- sinpin^. David Freedman
lis club presi ,. flees* uiiln
for dlKflminotini
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National leaders of Yeshiva University began arriving in Miami
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under Jewish auspices, scheduled in the Napoleon room of the Dcauville
hotel Fcb 20.
Max J. Etra, chairman of the
board of trustees of Yeshiva Uni-
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Furst, Isadore Nadcl, Joseph M.
Mazer and Samuel Fassler are
leading a committee planning the
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Education," who are in South
Florida include Henry F. Fisch-
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Perlman and Greater Miamians
Leo Robinson, Charles Fruchtman
and Isidore Goldberg.
Featurod speakers on the pan-
el will b Dr. Samuel Bolkin,
preaident of Yeehiva University;
Dr. Benjamin Fine, oducarion
editor of The New York Times;
and Willard F. (Bill) Shad-*!,
nws commentator for WCKT-
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Miami.
Dr. Bclkin's tenure as prcMdmt
Of Yeehiva l"n>versi!y, now in its
13th jreOXi ha? aeafl the elevation of
Yeshiva to university status, and
tha eataUlshmeiil Ol graduate de-
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lion. The enrollment has tripled
and the historic charter to estab-
lish the ivtion's first non-sectarian
medical colle > under Jewish aus-
pices was acquired.
Today, Yeshiva University has
3.000 students in 17 schools and di-
visions.
Dr. Fine's brilliant covering of
last years Little Rock integration
crisis and Shadel's thorough re
porting of developments in the
European Theater during World
War II have stamped them as two
of the nation's leading journalists.
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Anniversary Comm.
Plans Israeli Fete
Plans were formally set in mo-
tion here for the participation of
Greater Miami in the worldwide
celebration of Israels tenth anni-
versary.
Representatives of more than
150 organizations attended the first
plannin meeting of the Greater
Miami Committee for the Celebra-
tion of Nrael's Tenth Anniversary
at Temple Israel under the tempor-
ary chairmanshi pof Stanley C.
Myers.
Tho Miami committee will co-
ordinate local plans with those of
tho national committee, hoaded
by former New York San. Hor-
bort A. Lehman. In tho making
are plena for a serios of coltorol
and educational functions which
will be climaxed by community-
wide events during tho next
three months.
Offices of the Greater Miami
Committee for the Celebration of
Israel's Tenth Anniversary have
been established at 420 Lincoln rd.,
merianine floor, with Mrs. Nisson
S. Pearl as executive secretary.
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Meeting
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will be "reverted o
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f*"*^ a***-* ? *x'> partu
scnnel by Sot Goldman pn-idej
of the Bar an a. at the me-
be head a: the B^rt i of jewi
Etua'iea Monday at 6:15 p.m.
The umii wttl also iriu
report* at lb* aA.lt ducatj,
, ^hescd licenst .,
aavery ceaaaaeifaes by May*r al
Bash**, Syesiai J. GtaanbeiJ
and Mr*. Joseph Dvnrev
A second feature of the reeti
will te a report by rte ne-j
of the Bureau. Dr Natl
il Seroff. who will evali.
consultative service cf the Bum
'he Jewish acheoki of C-real
MusiC Miami.
The board of directors c
of representatives cf all
schaots io Greater Miami, rep
tentative* of all Jev-i-h orsanB
:ons sponsoring a Je-
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Abe hoi. i a a a LMbawwz.
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Wednesdays raDy win be pre
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Documents Throw
Light on Concern
Over Jews' Fete
WASHINGTON JTA Dori-
ments indicatine PresideBt Frank-
lin D. Boosevetts and German
President Paul Von Hindenrajrc
concern over the Nan treatment
of Jews acre contained in a new
volume of captured German docu-
ments pubhsbed bere and m London this week.
Roosevelt's concern was indicated
indirectly in a report by Nan fi-
nance leader Hjalmar Schacbt.
In a letter to von Hindenbor*
apparently responding to a ouery
by the aging German president.
Jwtler wrote that von Hindenburg
"hi a generous and humane way."
had taken up the cause "of those'
members of the Jewish people
whnat one time were forced to.
perfarm war service as a result
of general conscription.''
H* winiattd hnt Jews must be:
removed from postaom important
to the state "so that certain events
that cannot be told to the rest of'
the world for higher reasons of
state really remain secret" Hitler
promised, however, that he would
"try to take into account your no-.
ble sentiment to the greatest passi-
ble extent "
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L|t)^ rebrumr ** 1958
Jen isfl fUrkUan
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the West Miami community will
"Heed the Call" of 50 humani-
tarian causes around the world and
initiate the CJA drive in their city
Chairman Willard Bender and
co-chairman Reuben Lederman
have invited a group of friends to
Bonder's home, 5861 SW 13th
ter., for a party and social to
pledge and plan the area'* cam-
paign. Envisioned is a concen-
trated education program to tell
West Mi a mi a ns just why they
have a stake in flag CJA fund-
raiting effort.
Joseph Mus'crs. chairman of DM
Fla^lcr-Granada area, has plans
going for a quick s>>'i< nation vniOjp.
will be announced -hortly. In Norlli
Miami, a caiiipuitn Cabinet will be
named this week by chairman
H nry Gilbert.
I
Newest area to announce build-
up of a full campaign within a pei-
iod of ten days, is Sky Lake, the
new housing development adjacent
to N. Miami Beach. Chairman is
Clayton Wildstein.
A cocktail party Mar. 2 at the
home of the chairman, 2080 NK
180!h dr., will start Sky Lake area
jon their way. Among local resi-
denta who havo been named to the
rrengeiBtl committee arc Philip
| Bodnofl, Murray GjUlleb, Dr. Ah in
/. Jerry Kay and Howard
ers.
Coordinating these fur-flung area
drives will he George J. Talianoff,
nj Beach attorney, who was
'. named areas chairman
I by Or. Goodman.
Arnold S chairman of
;,-,: i,. ten Be i lenU Division,
and Artie Krautz and William
I Weintraub direct Miami coverage
through the ltd Division.
"S y Lalce Division," tu.eat Combined Jowun
| Appeal campaign unit to be organised in
northern par! oi county, is shown at work ses-
sion to home cf chairman Clayton WikUlein
(sated). Ccmmunily leaders ccceptin? as-
signments are (left to r.gm) Paihp dc^noii.
Murray Gottlieb, Lr. Alvin Getz, Jerry Kay and
Howard Meyers. Ten other suburban cam-
paigns opened this week to help CJA raise
funds for 53 local, national and overseas Jew-
ish causes.
Areas Press Ahead With CJAppeal
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Some of principals who launched Combined Jewish Appeal
campaign in Coral Gables are shown discussing results of
kickoff break'asl at Coral Gables Country Club Sunday morn-
ing. With chairman Herbert Gelernter (center) are Abe Huie-
vitz (left) and pioneer resident and business executive Sam
Weissel. Other CJA leaders who assisted breakfast
committee are William D. Singer. Pacesetter's chairman; Louis
Goldman, Ini'ial Gifts chairman; and Sam J. Heiman, national
United Jewish Appeal cabinet member and formsr CJA chair-
man.
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Full scale Combined Jewish Ap-
peal campaigns have now been
launched in most of the outlying
areas of Dade county.
Coral Gables was first to get un-
der way with a breakfast Sunday
at the Coral Gables Country i hit).
attended by some 80 Initial Gifts
leaders.
In every sense a "first," chair-
man Herbert Gelernter and aides
Louis Goldman, William D. Singer,
and Sam Weissel pointed with pride
to the fact that 'the Jewish com-
munity in Coral Gables is begin-
ning to play an increasingly signifi-
cant role in the Combined Jewish
Appeal."
Nathan Bar Yaaeov, Israel's
Labor Attache, addressed the
Ceral Gables group of business
executives and urged all out sup-
port of the overseas rescue of
80,000 refugees and their train-
ing for new jobs and ultimate re-
settlement a* new Israeli citi-
zens.
Quickly following the example
set by Coral Gables, two commun-
ities in the northeast part of the
county went to work, planning func-
tions for this Sunday.
In Bay Harbor Islands, chairman
Tom Kravitz told 1958 CJA chair-
man Dr. Morris Goodman his cam-
paign is now fully organized. They
will kick off their Initial Gifts solic-
itation at a breakfast Sunday. 10
a.m.. at the home of Jack C. Stein.
Max Kolker, chairman of the
Surfside campaign, will gather his
workers together for their send off
Sunday, 10 a.m., at the home of
Franklin J. Nankin. 1000 88th st,
with a big attendance anticipated.
In Hialeah-Miami Springs,
chairman Mrs. Leo Oelvan and
co-chairman Mrs. Joseprt New-
man havo whipped together a
strong campaign unit to cover
every Jewish family living within
the boundaries of these cities. An
Initial Gifts cocktail party ts set
for Saturday evening, Feb. 22, in
the Gelvan home, 254 E. 5th st.
N Miami Beach area is still an
other 'early bird" of the campaign.
Behind the strong leadership of
Judge Arthur I. Snyder and Mur
ray Greene, the" leaders held a
cocktail party last week at Judge
Snyder's home and chalked up dol-
lar increases over 1957. Howard
Ralby is chairman of general sohc
itation.
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Dr. Arzt Slated
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Dr. Max Arzt. vice chancellor of
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at Temple Emanu-Ei"s late Fn-
rlar e\eiing sen-ice this week. Dr.
Ining Lehrman, spiritual leader
e congregation, announcd.
Dr. Ant is associate professor
cf practical theology in the rab-
binical school of the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary. Prior to joining
ibe Seminary, he was rabbi of
Temple Israel in Scranton. Pa. He
has sened as president of the
Rabbinical Assembly of America.
He was ordained in 1921. receiv-
ed his doctorate in Hebrew litera-
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vinity in 1350.
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the Seminary, he is on the faculty
of Columbia I'Diversity, sening as
an associate in the seminar on re-
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His name is Alex, he is only 22
years old. hails from the Basque
country and is playing his first
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ISually it takes a jai alai player
a year, sometimes two. to get ac-
climated to new surroundings, a
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competin? against the greatest
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,< MfW CHAPTCT PRESIMMT

J3-A
fcjy5. Florida Architect Busier Now
r re,.dent of the South
ffirt.pM. American tatt-
5fl Architects, is a man with
ground, both professional
Jj*;;,. | winch anyone may
l*< l>:Prtrach.ofthearch-
Smith and
j,,, irvin
iral firm ot
(b. 1630 Lenox ave.. Miami
ilch is noted for his profes
,1 Senlififation with many
,rks in the area.
t ,nd his tirm are architects
,he ne Mt. Sinai Hospital.
m deHirsch Meyer Comrmin-
Irvices bid?.. Lakeview Ele-
-ury School, Meridian Med-
Center. the Day Nursery,
twith Home for tha Aged. Tem-
k Israel ami the Miami Nation-
Bank. .
As if this were not enouun,
(orach has had I hind in the
ons'.ruction of fraternity houses
0 thf TMversitj of Miami cam-
', and a dormitory at the Uni-
trsitv of Florida.
In addition, he has been archi-
ct for such beautiful homes in
he area as those belonging to
,-jlliam D. Singer. Alvin Cassel.
)avid Fleeman. Jerome Hof-
a\er. Louis E. Goldman, Robert
ewin. Dr. Louis Lemberg, Dr.
oms Ljtton. Henry Wolff, Lau-
cnce Levenson. Albert Green.
nhf Shandloff. Robert Shand-
ofi IBd Harry Frohman.
Thj busy architect moved here
M,N HOOCH
from Cleveland. O.. in 1936. Two
years later, he became associated
with h;s partner, Donald G.
Smith.
In November, 1941, a month be-
fore America's entry into World
War II, Korach was commission-
ed in the U.S. Navy. While attach
ed to the Marines, he received
citations from Adm. Newton for
his participation in the Guadal-
canal campaign, and citations
from Adm. Halsey lor the Iwo
Jima and Okinowa campaigns.
When K irach returned to the
practice of architecture in Miami
at the conclusion of the war, he
was a lieutenant commander in
the Navy.
Tluinifiiiirr4'' "r^ im ***"
augmented by such civic endeavor
as his board membership at the
Jewish Home for the Aged. Jew-
ish Family Service and Jewish
Vocational Service. In addition,
he is a member of the board of
governors of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and former
Miami Beach Community Chest.
Korach is also a member
of the executive committee of the
American Jewish Committee, re-
gional advisory board of the Anli-
Dcfamalion League. Welfare
Planning Council of the Senior
Citizens Division. Crime Commis-
sion. Miami Beach Chamber of
Commerce and Elks.
He is national vice president of
Zeta Beta Tau fraternity and a
trustee of the ZBT chapter on the
University of Miami campus.
Listing of his past offices would
fill a hat of honors. Just think
of what he does at present, and
take it from there Let's say:
Korach's a busy man.
Israel Bond Drive Pushes
Off With $14 Million Plus
IThe 1958 campaign for Israel
pnds was launched this week with
sale ot $14,601,200 in Israel
bnds at the international inaug-
ral conference ior Israel Bonds,
rich reached its climax at an in-
igural dinner Saturday in the
bntamebleau hotel.
I More than 1.7U0 delegates from
ie United States. Canada and
ptin America participated in the
ree-day conference marking the
[i.c.dl opening ot the campaign to
IS75.0O0.0O0 in Israel Bonds this
tar
IThe announcement of the initial
lie for the new year was made by
wrence 6. Laskey of Boston.
kairman of the conference, who
Jaracterized the S14.600.000 total
the happiest way of saying
Ippy birthday to the State of Is-
Ht said that it represented a
t,ri tubstantial increase over
> $10,000,000 figure which had
'! the target for the con-
"ct in tribute to Israel's
Hh annivertary.
['Through this extraordinary re-
lit m Israel Bonds for 1958 we
>ve taken a giant step forward to
[sure a hopeful and positive begin-
?> for Israels second decade."
>**y said.
P'May. 1951. when Prime Min-
Uavid BenGurion came to
I country tu inaugurate the first
gel Bond issue, more than $325
t*on in Israel Bonds have been
I* Laskey said.
[Abraham Feinberg. president of
IL Bond Organization, an-
reed the eleetion of Ira Guilden.
-* New York business and fi-
wai leader, as national chair-
F of the 1958 Israel Bond cam-
Guilden. who is chairman of the
board of trustees of the Title Guar-
antee and Trust Company, was re-
cently named a member of the
board of Loew'a.
In a cable to Laskey, Prime
Minister David Ben-Gunon stres-
sed that the "fast-moving events"
in the Middle East "underscore
the need for strengthening the
bends between Jewish communi-
ties of the world and Israel," and
tion in fortifying Israel's econ-
omy and speeding her develop-
ment through increased efforts
en behalf of Israel Development
Bends."
In a similar cable to Laskey. Fi-
nance Minister Levi Eshkol warn-
ed that, unless investments through
Israel Bonds are increased, the
economy of the country may suffer,
even though record advances have
been achieved during the first ten
years of statehood.
Although recent developments in
the Middle East, notably the union
of Esypt and Syria, have introduced
new elements of concern about Is-
rael's future, both Israel Ambassa-
dor Abba Eban and Dr. Abba Hillel
Silver of Cleveland, chairman of
the board of governors of the Israel
Bond Organization, struck an opti-
mistic note with regard to Israel's
hopes for peace and security.
In an indirect reference to the
formation of the United Arab Re-
public. Ambassador Eban empha-
sized that "irrespective of their in-
ternal or regional polices. Israel's
neighbors are obliged to respect
the independence and integrity of
all states, including Israel, and to
retrain in their International rela-
tions from the threat or use of
force."
I "The coming ten year< will be Is-
rael's decade of consolidation,"
Samuel Rothberg, national chair-
man of trustees, told the confer-
ence. "If Israel's first ten years
may be described as the years of
large-scale immigration and basic
economic development, the coming
decade must be the period of eco-
nomic consolidation."
Israel's capacity to increase her
population by 1.000.000 during tne
next decade depends in great meas-
ure on American economic aid. Dr.
Joseph J. Schwartz, vice president
of the Israel Bond Organization,
told the conference.
"The projected increase of one
million in Israel's population dur-
ing the next ten years will bring
the population of the country up to
3,000,000," Dr. Schwartz saiu.
Trio Appointed
To Committee
Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Leon Kap-'
! Ian and Ephraim Gale have been'
> named to the 1958 biennial na-
I tional convention committee of
I the National Jewish Welfare
I Board.
Headed by Samuel H. Rubiner,
of Detroit, this is the committee1
charged with over-all planning
for JWB's convention, to be held
at the Shoreham hotel. Washing-
ton. D.C.. Apr. 17 to 20. More than
250 Jewish community leaders
from all parts of the country are
serving on the committee.
Mrs. Sirkin is president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Communi-
ty Center. Gale is GMJCC execu-
tive director. Kaplan is a Center
board member and former presi-
dent of the JWB Southern region.
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From a Tangle of Detail an Uneasy History of Ancient Israe
FERTILE SOIL. A Political History of I
Dtvtooa Kingdom. By Max Vooelstetn.
York: The American Press. $3 00.
Under the
137 pp. New
QR. MAX VOCELSTEIN has compressed into a slender
" volume a tremendously complex and scholarly peat-
ical history of the kingdoms of Israel and Judah from the
days of the death of Solomon, in 933 BCE until the Baby-
lonian Captivity. ;n 586 BCE This was the time of the
Prophets, and the author gives an added dimension to his
stvdy by placing them in their historical and political back-
ground, with special emphasis on the events which gave
Mli.TO* FRIEDMAN
rise to many of their outcries
In writes, were the echo of world events And it If
Mil HIIIj to become acquainted with these events if we
w-nt to penetrate to the real meaning of their message.
For from detracting from their greatness, this will add
tu it. It will bring them nearer to u> as contemporar.es
of a world cnsi> n closely resembling the present one.
The book has many painstakingly detailed maps,
charts, note-, supplementary notes, and a chronological
sunev of the divided kingdom in the framework of the
ancient Near East, which is fascinating, once you manage
to decipher the author's set of symbols. But the greatest
The voices of the proph- On in the hook is Mme'.hin? of which Dr Vogd,tn
apparently weil aware, judging from his
Jewish Role in Indian Uprising Against KKK
Washington
IE WISH SUPPORT OF the American Indian was a be-
*" hiad-the-sc*r,es factor in the amazing North Carolina
en uprising of Jan. IS. 195*.
When the Indians of Robesoa Court N C arose to
route a hate-forneauag aao real was revived in the colorful original inhabitants of
At re. rtuaUy unknown was the story of how
Jeers helped the Indians gam the legal equality that fa-
l :ated the dramatic blow against bigotry m North Caro-
lina last month
The aruons of Jews oa benaif of the laiham were
red by the hasa safari ia aadi% tdaais mvatved.
Rather, r. was John Collier, the noted ILS. Comaimrr
.ndian Affairs, who described The role winch the Jew-
.oraa-.ur.;:; p>a>ed a. the tuauk and hose of the In-
dians. Mr. Collier saii :ae guia* af people a this 1
try who had the deepest fnhag -wheat the
from the Jewish i.
It was no accident that Justice ffi saw, si was pro-
fuaaul.i hMerested an the laiasa cause or that Low Mar-
shall took up the fight of the liana and that he passed
the torch oa to Nathan aUrgoas and Fehx Cahea, said
The four Jewish periouagtf aaaaed are naw dead.
Brando* was the distinguished IS Sanresac Court Jus-
tice. Louis Marshall, the Jewish leader Nathan Margokt
a protege of Justice Frankfurter, served as solicitor of the
I Department of Interior under Secretary I,
The name of Felix Cohen is known on every Indian
reservation and to every organized tribe in America A
son of the eminent American philosopher Morris Raphael
Cuhen. he is credited by the Indians for some of the great-
est contributions to their rights Until his death in 1953.
Cohen's home was the Washington headquarters of the
Indians of America
As associate solicitor of the Interior Department. Co-
bea envisaged, drafted, and fought for the laws that ac-
corded equal rights to the Indians. To remove the Indians
from the separate martial laws imposed on them, he wrote
the Indian Self Government Act." It authorized the In-
dians on reservations to establish their own laws and con-
qMutiuas To settle the claims of many defrauded In-
dians, he drafted the Indian Claims Commission Act.
Cohen was author of what is still the outstanding
authoritative book on Indian law"The Handbook of Fed-
eral Indian Law.' It is cited by both sides in every Indian
case before the Supreme Court and by the Court itself.
Indian Commissioner Collier termed Cohen a corabin-
atire Uwyer-aathropologist who was "a tower of strength
of the American Indian He singled out Cohen as the
-;-. ::' Muul run:- HaTT) S Truman supported
Cohen's work, mentioned him as having established a
standard to be emulated.
D.wm sir-iin-
Ardent Zionists Spurred Drive Against Uganda
REMEMBER UGANDA' -..r: have been the Jew
Steti :o becoming a colored
i> a Jew nor.
Zionist reaaeeuhers Viands The issae
When Theodore
tl rose a- ear a reoarataaa of the Jewish Sl-
ain ottered the Jew* I finrfa as aa alternative territory
for the esuhiashsneat of surh a state
el Zangw-in became a strong supporter of the
sada proposal. Lath? sale thongs often ctaag to one's
mf m.i nninhr a paa about Tsagaal aad Uganda
watch had Zazuj you goose." and
- i reatysBg gaada
The realists could posat to many adi aatages ia Ugaa-
111 Hill KT CL MIT
Start of a Showman
A MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR Br.t Y
** Basal 0= tram Shaw s novel of World War II. starnag
aa Brando Maatgauun Chfi aad Oeaa Martin, was
rssapimi' test aaaath ry Tweaaeth Ceaaar> Pro-
anrer af the pactare is Al Lacataaaa. a reteraa town.
da There were no Turks and Arabs to oppose the settle-
ment. The Ne.ro settlement was small and apparently
had no 1 ic ambitions. The country was rich in
copper, lumber and other natural resoun
But the orthodox Zionists raided their hands and aw-
ed. "If I forget thee. Oh Jerusalem, may my right hand
forget lb 1 What if Uganda might offer more
peaceful settlement, what if Uganda were a richer land,
should one desert his mother and choose another woman
-/other, because the second woman was more attrac-
Kajr, does not one i. 1 aU the more f->r
the wTiakles in ht.- face* Because aj Zion's desolation,
would love her all the more.
Jerusalem was the c::> a] their fathers, the city of
D.-Md and Isaiah For two thousand years they had pray-
ed for its restoration and I not to be shifted
to Uganda because there was mare money ;r. it or bee..
there would die no opposition.
So Uganda was written off. However, as I have said,
it bow has a Jew -nor John Gunther in Ii.-
c*" **F* that Sir Andrew is so food a .lew that he took
the Jewish form of the oath on his inauguration.
Aad Sir Andrew is a vary able man and apparently a
* ** There was the case of the young colored Negro
aa'asaakst leader Another governor might have tried to
latartsos him Sir Andrew gave him a free scholarship to
Cambridge Unrrersity.
HI Mil SALPETER
many protest]
lions to the contrary. The book, he insists in several p|ac
i> nil meant lo be a learned book for learned men." m
if any part of it should apoear 'IsuTBod in character,'
offers his apologies for "his clumsiness."
I if jrtunately. the book, supposedly for you. the real
er. the plain reader." is excessively learned in charaeta
an-1 not only in character, but also in speech, in pre>en
Ucr. in format, and. if I may be so bold, in intention,
tainly it is readable, and it must have been an exac
task to compress all the tangled historical relation of 1
period into these few pages, and then keep the language"]
conversational as it often manages to be
But it seems that much, much too frequently the tr
take over and the forest disappears from view; there 1
such a dolled array of ancient names, dates and plae
that the way is lost and the wood obscured. In many ca*
they are unimportant in the larger scheme. The zeal to j
tlude even the bast of things gives rise to something 1
than reader irritation, too: there is then no r-iom for aq
human element, for any personality to go with the nan
Men make history: the absence of the stuff that drive-, 1
i, ahal makes some history dry as the desert dunes.
The jacket notes that the scholar ajfl f.nd reinta
pretauons of Assyrian records which resolxe many
zle5 New light is shed on the Scythians and new
proaches toward the understanding of Biblical history 1
show* I must agree that the scholar will. I'm sure, enn
this book much more than the layman.
SAIL CARSON
Pressure to Appease
United Nati
IT PAYS TO be a nuisance. Jordan has just proved I
point again here. But if that's all that happened, i
would not be serious. However. Jordan's little "ad
day' triumph points to the possibility that very grave 1
sequences could result if Arabs apply pressure fin
enough.
The "arbor day' issue is well known. It concerned if
complaint made to the Security Council several mental
go, alleging that Israel was violating the armistice agrtel
men; by planting trees in an area between the demaro-l
tion lines, south of Jerusalem. It was an issue completa?]
frivol justhat sarcastic title of 'arbor day issue
stamped on the complaint by leading members of the!
curity Council.
For months, that phony is dan kept trying to revive it. was talked out of the
by topmost members of the Secretariat as well as by I
moat important Western powers. However, when
II mimarskjold's persjnal representative. Dr Francii
Umitia. managed to get a modicum of peace between I
rael and Jordan on the Mt. Scopu- issueJordan trundkdj
ou* the tree rrievaacc asa:n. And what happenrl" Br
and the United States at once introduced a resolution that|
*ui nwnihlg to Jordan.
U iwheahtd, that entire issue is unworthy of thetlalj
of the On .n the Anglo American resolution-*
h at It is k has very little meaning But ta|
uction of that resolution, even though Jordan af.no
cd the West with its posture as a nuisance, did point nj
other possibilities
JuSl supposeoaf is merely asking a hypo'hHit
' on-just suppose a summit meeting of the big East-j
iocs take place? Just suppose thai
meeting it is decided that the Middle East must be inj
war for the avoidance of global
n could object to taatcould one' Now-
supDoaing furthersuppose that, in order to insure pec
in the Middle East, the big powers agree that the Arab
must be given some face-saving device* And suppose ['
surh face saving is seen in the possibility that Israel "g
a little"say by admitting several hundred thousand
gees, or by giving up "only a small percentage" of its I
ritory, or bj some other such "slight" concession''
Peraaas. scene day noBj aasd wtl saake
ba serrace lo the raeaa Chahcesaz* a want bo soft 1
who ire thera aa the Horatio Alger tradsbaa. rroaa the
Aid to Ghana Was Stunning News for Israelis
lathe final reward.
Dora ia aa Hangariaa viQase. hi eaaae to the US
with has parents m laM whea he was tea. There were five
eh.Vtrea m tar faaaiy. afl of them had received smmt *e-
1 tea a Otteta teataar tel aam vaha
taey eaeered paaac seaam aa New York s
Ease sate Al was II whea his father esed He
per* after school checked hats aa snimai at a
caare halt aad earned from taw so three
watf wah the streets hi* oar* "" *
aal aaT hi w .. aw,l papers had
boy at a cafe, he-
warU af the
Hopelessly stage-
the Germaa
Al leak hu place
taeteathahts Later he be-
a c Jews fatal? loaded aa tae Gas
m>rucu t #- ,- Jerusalem
UXHES TTWO OF Israel s most respect.ble newspapers
M ****" *** *>*on tkat Israel would grant
Aasaoedau up 10 a total of $20 million, in four annual
MBiam 1 Mi. the news received a somewh.it sshual ,,.,,.,,.
the average Israeli was quite surprised. Day after
davheuteMaaawt Israels desperate efforts to obtain
nil developtnent. and here Israel itself is pro-
maga not axoavahrable sum for some other OOaatrj
7 af Trade and Industry, which could I
publicity by announcing the tarael-
was plainly dismayed that |hj
taken the wad out of its sails And the Mu>
*TL?lJ^S~ ,or'$75 mil,,on "* ,r"ii>
aapart Baak seem, to be bogged down .., ,
teaeral feeling asg th.t sjribu (aassVra
t\Z^U^ wr" d>0"a "uno "" 'feel's
mtile Arab countrus l-i. 1 ,1,,,,,,.
Far taas wall of hos!il,t> b) NtabUshln|
close ties with Asian and African countries beyond tb
Arjb belt.
The ins' aaefe major effort was the establishmenH
l He- uh Burma. Israel engineers, technicians tf
imsiraiive advisers were the first to move in help
the newly independent Asian country, whose leader U
hM ., prestige hi Asia second only to" that of India'- NeW
> oung Israeli instructors moved into experimental faro
'" MM of the man remote areas of Burma, young BO
mm pilots acre trained bv the Israel Air Force. HesiM
to accept aid from the great powers. Burma had no so
teen snout aid tram Israel.
Israelis, for their part, warmly appreciated the
meat friendship They still remember with great rail
nit when U Nu toured the Middle East and was told
Egypt not to visit Israel. U Nu came to Israel but skif
1 tin
While the ues of friendship and cooperation 1
H'Tina still pre\ail. Israel is not now in its previous al
Xduuivc |x>siiin in the field of technical and dev
'" 'ii aaaalaaH Originally. Burma refused American
iltaace as not quite compatible with the Burmese -"
lion ol suui ueuirality belweea East and West.


1958
-JmisMhrJdiai}
15-A
IfctfAl NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
Ldy Walker ha3 been ap-
fanted social director of
famo hotel and master of
fcemonies of hotel's Zodiac
He will be assisted by
i Lucille Ricciardi.
NOTICE Or nr-HLItAriOil ?OH
TAX DEED CHAPTER 20/22 ACTS
OF 1MI File A-1967/
S'iith'i; i> HEREHY aiVEN thai
Vltliill.. i W, Hleggl. hnlil- i "f Co'J.l-
t> Tux .*.! <' i tlf i<-atc number*
and :,: Im i the 1*1 i i of June,
: A.l. la .4. llU lllr.1 -non .11 lot
.,lri ha I l". f'I '
,i,,il to :,.- laauM thereon Ha Id certifi-
cates .-ill. go* tha following deaci
property, n County of I >i.l.-. sun.
of Florida, i..-wit:
\V U Ft of BM "f Tr T aamc a*
la.t* II & IS Vandotliilt I'k A mil
PI lMm Booh SB, I'age I". contain-
ing M.f Acre* more or le* In the
' Count) of Dade, Stii- of Hoi
.-.I In Ccrtifl. alt No
ill,- in of laid property
under the aall certificate i
wan In the name uf W. I". Hods-
kina W. Mailellm
1^,1 Block '. Lincoln City Bee. A.,
!, Hook 4 1'age IS, containing
.17 Acre* more or lea* In the Coun-
ty of Dad*, Statd of Florida, aa
embraced In Certificate No US*.
ih, i ream cat of aai.l property
under tlie aald certificate issued
wan In the name of Airport tiiina
Homebldf < _
I'nli-ui said certlflcatea ahait be re-
deemed according to law, the propert)
described herein will be euld to the
hlgheat bidder at the Court House
door mi th<- fi st Monday in the month
of March, AH. INS. which la the Jrrt
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKKKT.V GIVEN thai
LEGAL NOTICE
Ol t lie i in llll Oouj t of
I >.i ., t'ountv, Florida.
MURRAY BAKER
l-'l-e. K. -t mi S I
Ninth Miami. I l-.iiu.i
ALBERT I. Rl
Attornej I Laker
in Lincoln ltd Miami Beach, Fla.
2/7-11
NOTXE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HErtKBV OIVEN 'hut
the iitnl. r-iKiieil, dealrrna to engage In
ie fictitious i
LONDON GUILD at loll s.W. 8th
Btreel intend- to r ulster aald aanM
with the Clark "f the Circuit Couit ol
Hade County, Florl
ALEXANDER SMITH
I 14-II, 2 '7-14
NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
. ifa \\. Carl im, w ho n*g con*
n the Criminal Court Of I
Court oi i Mile Cooaty. Florida, at the
Octobei term thereof, A.I>. ISM, ol
the often-- nf it and lairceny and
sentenced thelcfi.r to susp.-tided final
.la> to ii iv and term to term uiuii
further order ol this court, will apply
hi. ti. y to the S'.ile Hoard ol
Pardons. I allaha.-sec. 'lot Ida. at lta
next regular meeting
JOSEPH W. CARTUfl
lAppllcanii
/T-H
day of March, AD. lr.S.
Date*! thla 28th day of January. A.I>
K II. I.KATHKItMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court, Itad* County, Fl-c.li
(aeaj) B) ft. M LKEi'ER. UC.
1/31. 27-14-21 _________
ti. Sobel is Chairman
Ur>. Leo Sobel 2170 SW 19th
i is chairman of Miami chapter's
knthly luncheon for National
jildren's Cardiac Hospital Tues-
nuon at Merrill Cohen Hall,
)\\ Flagier st.
\kntint'i Day Dance
J'nai B'rith Social Council will
lebrate Valentine's Day with a
W in a private room of the
I'll Delmonico Saturday eve-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE "* HEREHY OIVEN that
the underalgned. dealrlng to engage in
ItuaineKM uii.ler the rktltloua 'Ume >
RayBII Tube K Fitting Co at ..SI7 N.K.
tnd Avenue. Miami. Klorl.la intend!, t..
register aald name with the Clerk- of
the Circuit Court of lhide County.
RAYMON1. SILVER
HEICEI. A TKITELNfAN
Attorney* for Applicant
mi Blacayae lildg.
2/7-14-21-2X _____.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NMt LAW
I \ UIVBN thai
un..r.kn i il-. 1'iv: t.. engane m
under the ti iltlo n tonne of
,n: t'llii i.\ al '- I IMMbkUu
I, Coconut Rmvi I *dc i 'onnts
i,l.i im, star aid name
Ih tl- Cltrli ot the Circuit Court at
1,1.. Cooaty, I'lniida
H R INVKST.MEN'I
, I a. K.U r'KMA.V
NOTCE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
buadneaa under the llctftlr.ua nama of
EM'RH'A BCHOOL Qjr.RBAL. ES-
TATE at HOI CmigreaN Blag., Intenn to
reglater aald name with the Clerk ol
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida. kav KRMAN
MAKV BEBN8TBIN.
Equal I'artnera.
1/24-31. 2 7-14. ^^^^^^_^
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COUHT
IN AND FOFt DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN PROBATE. No. 42S1S-A
In l;. 08TATU OK
II \RRY TISCHI i:i;
I eam-d
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Al Creditor* and All Per-on Hav-
ioc Chttiiu. or I'emanda Againat Said
Batati
You. and each of you are herein- tin-
tlfb-i an I rmiuired 10 pragajil anv
clalma and demands which you, or
either of WOU, niav have agin*t the
e.-tate of Harry Tlachler deceased l.c
of lle County. Florida, to thl Ho
orable Count) .lodge- of Hade County.
and file the aame in their off
tin- Count) Courthouse in Dade Cnun-
tv Hloridn. within eight calendar
month* Irom the date of the first pub-
lication hereof Said clalma or de-
mands to curtain the legal addreaa Of
the claimant and to be *worn to and
toes, tiled aa aforeaaid. or name will be
barred Bee Section TSS-11 of the 14..
probate Act ____
Late Janu*rv 29. A 1> !!
ESTE1.I.K TlSCH'.Ki:
\ RICHARD TIBCHLER
A* Executor* of the l.a-t will and
Teatament of Harry Tlschler, de-
r*a-' It BERNSTEIN. Attorney for
the estate nf Harry TlachlOT,
2/7-14-21-28
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE NO. 42533-B
!o RE: Estate of
svl.l.Y BBNDHEIM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Peraon* Hav-
ing Clalma or Demands Againat Hald
You an- hereto) notified and required
to preaent any clalma and demand*
which you may ha\e again*! the
tate of'SAI.l.Y BBNDHEIM dweaaed
late of Dade County. Florida, to the
cunts Judge* of Dade County, and
file the name in their offtaea In the
County 'om t house In lade < 'ounty.
Florida, within eight calendar ajoatha
fi.oo ih. date of the flrat publl.atlon
heteof, or the *ame will he barred
HELEN HESS, aa Executrix ol 'he
Batata of SAI.I.Y HENDHEIM. D-
ceased
LEON A. EPHTEIN, Ally.
120 Line..In ltd., Mkiml Beach. Fla.
I Jl-II, U/7-14. ____
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
+Jei*t> IhriJtor
solicits your legal n-jtlcee.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate) servic* at legal
f4XtSJS
Phone FR 4-4366
lot messenger
LEGAL NOTICi
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR.
IDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY. NO. 5SC3S5
lAltusi.w \ SLMKOW,
Plaintiff.
I Mil. BIMKOW,
I i, :.-ii .ant. ... -'.-
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO KMII. SI.MKOW
2",0 East :.3rd Street
Nfjaj York City. New ^ork
Till \UK HF.KEHY UEtiCIKED to
aerve a copy of your anawer to tie
ComplalBI in the above cau*e for di-
vorce on the Plaintiff'* attorney and
file the ..tiginal in the office of the
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREHY OIVEN that
the nnderalgned, desiring to engage in
buetneaa under the flctltioua naaw of
BOBBY'S OUTLET CO at I Smith
Kronie Avenue. Homeetead. Florida ... |h circuit Court, on or hc-
Intend* to reglater aald name with the 1|)f, .J4,h dav of Kehruar
llliriiui, \\> irp.atTi o.u ....,^
Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
SANDY'S INC. a Florida corporation
KOVNER MANNHEIMER
Attorneys for Sandy* Inc.
I Jl U, 7-14.
NOT CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
I : l.s HEKEBY OIVEN that
l undersigned, dealrlng to engage in
JgneM tin I- t t.-t lloua ni -ic o(
IVIP DENTAL I.AIioltATORY al
I N \V. llutli St Miami intend to
Bitter an id nan alth the Clerk ol
Circuit L'outl ol li.ide Counl>.
rida.
ALBERT II AYFI.U-K
DAVIIJ I'l.NHEIU;
f\ B S!i.\-i:i:
I Im V|i|ihcanta
j S-jh.ild I-,:
H-Jl.1/7.14.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IK HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, dealrlng to engage in
bua.neaa u-d.-- the fl.-tltImu mm" I''.
SCPER SERVICE DRY CLEANERS
\N'|. I.Al'NDRY at ^.90 Bird Road
Miami, Florida Intend* to regist#T earn
name with the tHerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade CjJ^Bf*^
CEOROE J TALIANOPF. Atty.
420 Uncoil ltd.. Miami Beach. Fla
i/f-14-tl-tf ________________
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
hnalnea* under the fictitious nama of
REYNOLDS' BOOK COMPANY at .."V
Ciralda Avenue, Coral liable*. Florida
Intend! to register said name with the
Clerk nf the Circlut Court of Page
Cuuntv. Florida.
* HARRY REYNOLDB,
Owner.
Kl'RT WKI.I.IS.II
1414-17 Conareaa Bid*.. Miami. Fla.
ittorne) lot II.nr. k.-ynolda
11.2/7-14.__________
fore the 24th dav of February, IS .<.
otheiwiac aald Complain! will be taken
a* confessed by you. ____
DATED, thi* lifl day of Jan'ia.y,
'"1: I! I.RATHERM AN Clerk Of ',*
'''"" ,'T,-|.|,BH'pr"F>ii' r
<"' R '-ncpu'!- Clerk.
LEON A, EPHTEIN
Attornev fi.t Plaintiff _
4->0 Lincoln Pel Miami Beach. Fla.
1/M-ll. 2 7-14.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (5IVEN that
the undersigned, dea'rinc to engage In
bualnen under the fUtitlooa name <.r
BOLERO ItxR at t-,21 v Miami Ave
Miami, IWde County. Fla.. Intend* to
register aald name with the < W-rk of
the Circuit c.urt of I>ade County,
K'"rSKA ISI K INVKSTMl-STS. INC
GfRPON C BWEENET, Prealdeitt
HARN'KTT PEI.TZ
Attorney for Applicant
it Coaarraea ltoiiding
Miami It, Florida
2/14-J4-2R "7____________
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
pOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thut
inn t,i engage in
Miles* undet the flctiiinua nam m
Ai.I'MAN FTND n t :,"'. KayboM
Hiding. Hlatnl, Florida Inten.l* to
plfter Mni name with the C erk of
t tin Hit CoUH of Dade County.
>rid.i.
ARTIH" S KRIEDM \N
*Ii:i'MAN ,c BH M'lHii
llotnc.v, to, Arthur S IVIrdmrni
iH-II-lS
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTK i: IS HEREHY OIVEN that
'he undersigned, dealrlng; to engage in
i.u*lnea* under the flctltioua nante of
MOBILE TV SERVICE at 47l S.W.
Nth Street Inteada to register aald
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Ihide County. Florida.
I.t>IIS WETTER. Sole Owner
KEMSI.ER A CARS
Attornevs f.- Applicant
IMS H.W. lat St.
' ?'7-'4. ^______________i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the und.r-n-i.il. de-it ing to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SANDY'S COMPANY H Sa >"iith
Krome Avenua Homestead. Florida
intend- to teglster st.id Dam* With the
Cletk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
8ANDT*8 INC a Florida corporation
KOVNRR MANNHEIMER
Attorney* lor Sandv a luc
1/24-31. 2/7-14. ________^_^__
NOTXE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
. ,, ...i. ,., lb-ins to enaage in
HTEERS RESTAURANT at 2! -
,,.,. t>. Miami Beach .Intenda >
regl.ter aald name with the Clerk of
.,,, rculi Ooert 0* "'-"'e Cotroty.
K'"''l,EEI'.AR. INC.. a Florida OoTB.
Sole Owner
WEINKLE *- KESSI.ER
Attorneya for Applicant
si 1 Seybold P.ldg.
1 '24-S1. 2/7-14.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
pi'TH'K is HEREBY OIVEN that
\ undaraiaiie.i. .lesiring to engage
I busine-* under the lictltkMia name
[KEY RE vi tv ., 1117 A N.E lttr4
I. North Mir,. Beach, Dad* Count)
f'"d to 1I1I name wit a tin
wik ol th^ c :, tit c.nin of Dade
wnty, Florl la
I
Jll.il .- LDWENHARTYT
|H-I1.M
NOTICE UNDER
lv.FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
|M>Tli'B IS HERERY | unoeaigne.i desiring to engaae if
E.i''lS'5'fc,u>,,'' '"i ii title
f.'^H.H APARTMENTS at S4k
lu *"*. Miami, Intend to reglale
' name with it
F Court of I.
NOT CE UNDE.'l
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Nt.T.ct: S HEREHY GIVEN that
the nnderalgned. dealrlng to engag- In
.udn.a* under the fictitious ivin..
riEOBGE APARTMENTS at 1 Sog-lJRI4
Lrcxel Avenue. Miami Beach Igftend
to register snld name with the Clerk
of the Ciicuit Court Of I>de (ount>.
n""d*- OEOROK SIMON
CI-ARA BIMON
KOVNER A MANNHEIMER
Attorno- for (ieorge A Ctara Simon.
I '24.St. ?'7-14._________^^^^
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOFt_
IDA. IN PROBATE. No. 42606-B
In Re: ESTATE OK
U)1'1S DINIT-/.
lyt^-eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor, ami All Pereona Hav-
ing Claims or Demand* Againat Said v
Fatate t I I'SI, 2'7-14-21,
You, and each of you ar hereby no- .
tlfled and required to Prj**"*
e'Rlm* and demand* which yon. or
either of you. may have againat the
e"t"te of lamia Dlnltg dece.ed late of
Dade County. Florida to the lta,-
able County Judge* of Dade i-unlv.
nnrt 'He the *ame In Aflrefflceelll
the Countv Cotirthouae In Dade t oun-
c Florida, within eight **4
',.h* 'pnoi the date of the flr*t pub-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERERY CIV EN that
the iituleralgned. deairlng to engage
In buaineaa nndei th- ft.-iji"-''; nme
f PARK AVE COFFEE SHOI' at
2220 Park Avenue. Miami Bench In-
tend to reKl*ter aald name with tie
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
county. "orWa.
#MBS ^'"donaudson
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERFHY tllVEN that
the undersigned, dea.rii.g to engage n
'.siness under the fl.-titloii, name or
HEM-IN LAl'XDBRKTTB at JW
H W 2?nd Sf-et Irt.-nd to raglatei
said name with the Clerk nftMl"'
cult Court o' lei'b- Coonlv. FlorMa.
ISM.OHK HFNTRIN _.,
ULLIVN HE.iNSTE.N. Hij^ifc.
I '2.1. 2'7-ll-fl. ________.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, dealrlng to engage in
hualneaa under the flctltloug ~me of
CIVTR M.CENERATOREXI HAM.K
M im N W. 7tb Av.nue Miami. Flor-
ida, Intend* to reel'ter aald name with
th" Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dada
rnt>, Kh.,lda(KRNARn MAI(KS
EHRICH It Zl'CKKRMAN
2/7-14-21 -2__________________.
lk-ation hereof SaM. ^a^^r_4le;
naanda to contain the legal addles- Of
the claimant and to I- .WOrt Jo '.d
"csetiied a* aforeaad, orauat '
be barr.il BtM Se, ti..n 73J.lt of the
1945 Probate Act
Date Februarv I. AD. 1 I
.ILADYS D1NIT7. A* Exec.tt.lir
of the Iji*t Will and Te-iament
of lx>ul Dinlta. Deceaaed.
EI.RY STONE _
inio Conareaa Hldg.. Miami. Fla.
Attornev for Executrix
2/7-14-21-2* ._____________
NOTICE UNDER
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NOTICE IS HKRKB1 QI\EN that
the under-lgned. desiring to emuage in
oiiainea* imder the rictitlous arm.
I.K-I.IKS BARBER SHOP at STW
Collins Avenue. Miami Beach. or '
Intend* to register aald name with he-
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Pide
,h day of J"JE^58pRINCj5
FREDERICK N. RARAD
Attornev for Applicant
One Lincoln Road Rldg.
7-14
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Chapter 722- Act* of 141
File A-1t4H
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Hen Hoakln holder of County Tax >>aie
certificate No. 4722 laauad the 31at
,l, of Mac. AD IM5. aa* filed same
In ,m office, and haa made application
for a tax deed to be i*ued ""'""
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mi deacrlhed property in the ( punt)
of Dade, State of Florida. Ki-wH-
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of Itarte. Stale of Florida.
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SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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TO!' are hareby rjatlfled that a Bill
Miami Reach Forlda. and fl e he
for th- relief demanded In the Hill or
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. Dr. nd Mr. $nwur Rubin
are announcing the arrival of Wendy Klein wiihthc
most delightful "fanfare" cards Little Wendy.
torn Dec. 27, weighed in at eight pounds, two
Un have another daughter, Mareie llene, bom Jan.
Pa
Grandpar
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,. piphteen-montha-old Swsaan* Beth .
Su3 nd Mr* S.l Frammer, of Miami Shores, and
TrJnattie-of Philadelphia.
, hnn iiiehlishts ... At the Deauville hotel Guest
y\?Z%.*~*,n navy b,u*and whi^.orchMs-
or Mt !vTd charm Jennie Gro..iner distinctive
iSK St Mr*. Claud. Pepper. Mra. S.mu.1 Kulod
Kl'L. Mr,. Harry St.i9er and Mr.. Bert
^.ThTheal of the fashion list, each in a chemise Mr..
ft n 1 Mrs Saul H.ber Mr.. Jo-,* Wile*., president
Miami' Beach Afternoon Chapter, who co-sponsored the
Z Reuben Horowitz and Mr.. Ban Wilke. ... Mr.. Harry
?JKTto M her fractured hand, still in a cast, keep her
I the affair. ej
ece'.'v WU Dr. S.mu.l RoeenMatt, who h the son of
P Senior W Rosenbla* ... He was at the Royal Palm
K the 1 n Wedd,n anniversary of Mr. and Mr.. J.-ph
.n They're members of hi. Baltimore congregation.
U fe,ed by friends is Mr* lr. Ro.en, of -"la"ta' 'orr*
L York who ,s houseguesting with Mr. and Mr.. Reuben^Horo-
U( Rvron ave Mr.. Roma was guest of honor at dinner
KS ht Mr. and Mr.. Max B.umert and the HmriM.
bn: Danial Septet and Mr.. Jack Wei., were hostesses at a
luncheon at the Saxony for Mr.. Romh.
.Down from Hollywood-way came Mr.. j^'f.^J''Df.;g
En way, to entertain at luncheon and cards in the Algiershotel
freb 4 The party honored her mother, Mr.. Sam Portney.
I Louis, and included several of her friends from that city ...
lN.t and Mrs. Harry Kornblum. Mr.. Sol Deurch. J^lZS
(in9, Mr.. M. S.id.l and Mr.. J. Molaky and Mr.. B. G.mpel.on
i among the St. Louis contingent .
frrom Miami Beach came Mr.. L. Sable. Mr.. Sam Brown, Mr..
lies Geieer and Mr.. Lou Celien ... Also Mr.. I. SiKrarman.
TOM Star, Mrs. A. D.vi.. Mr.. A. Moll. Mr.. N. F.rber and
I L Barman .
Ars. I.Utwin came from Detroit and Mr.. S. MiUor from Cleve-
, Mrs. R. Rubin was m from Golden Beach The remain
Lests were all from Hollywood- Mr.. B. Ore*. Mr.. O.. Yarre
Mrs. A. Yarn, Mrs. H. Etxin. Mr.. M. Oold.tow and Mr*. J.
*, and Mr,. C. Brown and Mr.. D. Caplan Pink and silver
I the decor.
*
lineal. Israels (lance theater, due here at the Dade County
orium Feb. 26 and at Miami Beach Auditorium Feb. 27 .
asque troupe collected rave notices from New York critics
. their appearance there Special attraction is their tre-
jw wtahty They dont simply dance-they alsoi sin
and do unison speaking They use shepherds' reeds and
to stir up their exciting Eastern rhythms ... It s some-
really different.
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Miami. Florida. Friday, February 14. 1958
Section B
Lorfoer Hears
Ex-School Chief
Members of Lorber chapter,
Jewish National Home for Asth-
matic Children, had Miss Antoin-
ette Wollman, a retired New York
school principal, as their guest
speaker at a monthly luncheon
meeting Feb. 11 at the Everglades
hotl
Miss Wollman. who is writing a
book on her experiences in the
fUM of education, spoke with spe-
cial emphasis on the matter of
children's reading problems.
Reports were given on the re-
sults of the recent annual fashion
-how and Miami Beach Tag Day.
Members were informed on the
entertainment which will be pro-
vided at the annual dinner dance of
Letter Mar. 21 at the Deauville
ho" el.
Town Luncheon Unlimited Tuesday will feature miniature
China cvps to Bvmbolze 20th campaign in behalf of Combined
Jewish Appeal. Askinq women of Miami to "Share Your Cup
of Plenty" are Mrs. Aaron Fan, campaian chairman. Mrs. Sam
Stark, and Mrs. Gerald Soltz. luncheon chairman. Event at
Miami Springs Villas will feature an address by Pnilip K.utz-
nick, national B'nai B'rilh president.
B'nai B'rith President to be Speaker
At Town Luncheon Unlimited Feb. 25
I Should be interesting to see how "Marierie Morninfl.tar/
Inmiem here at Florida State Theatres (Lincoln Road s Beacn
laire) on Mar. 20, will handle the fulsome Jewish content of the
It ... One of the best scenes in the novel was a Bar Milzvan
Ibration ... But none of the advance blurbs even mention the
. They call it an upper-middle class New York family.
a c
J B.rbar. Boderm.n, daughter of Mr. and Mr.. Max Bodermen
P466 N. Bay rd.. won the title of Betty Crocker Homcmaker 01
Borrow in the Lear School ."She received the highest score in
Titten exam on home-making knowledge and attitudes Her
l*r will now be entered in competition to name Florida s candi-
p for the title of All American Homemaker of Tomorrow .
Imwhilc, Barbara receives an award pin designed by Truaei
T>ew York.
Stan and jewels will he glittering Friday night at the Jewel
|1 for ihe Heart Fund, with the Eden Roc's Pompeii room the
TjH for this year's dinner show-gem extravaganza. Marianne
fvonlds. Queen of the Ball, believes some 600 persons will snare
t spotlight with two million dollars worth of jewels displayed by
I* Yorker J. Ortman, a variety show headUned by Joe S. Lewie
V Mirit McDonald and a dozen postdebs parading the jewels
P"? vnth jeweled sweaters by Torrez VI .
^e sweaters are embroidered with genuine gems, according to
"I Ball coordinator Mr* Frada Taylor .
Among the lovely models are Ml*. Meraaret Ann P*"***"*1'
lls Rot.lind Rwh, Mi*. Su.io Statl.i, Mrs. Fred (Helen) Matthew*.
r*l*x.ndor (Posy) Orr and Mr.. DavW (Diana) Schwartiborf.
I'IMisi Lowory Sm.th.rs and Mis. ChrU Hont.r as possible extra
fdl starters .
Mrs. Eddi. Boardman and Mr*. Florence Pick have done yeo-
Philip M KlUiiek. intwtio>-
al president of B'nai B'rith and a
member of the U.S. delegation to
the UN General Assembly, will
head the brilliant program of
Town Luncheon Unlimited, chair-
man Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz announc-
ed Wednesday.
The unique and beautiful Miami
Springs Villas Playhouse has been
selected as the site for the Town
Lunchc... I nlimited Feb. 25 alla.r.
Tha big fund-raisino. function
will colabrata CJA' Mth cam-
paign in Miami, and a record at-
tendance from women', organi-
zation, i. expected.
Town campaign chairman Mrs.
Bernard Stevens said that "suc-
cess of the affair appears assured
from early attendance reports.'
Klutznick is serving his second
term as national B'nai B'rith
president.
He was Federal Public Housing
commissioner from 1944. to 1946.
On his retirement from that post
he was awarded the Certificate of
Merit by President Truman.
Klutznick's wartime duties with
the Hou-ing administration in-
cluded direction of a "crash" gov-
ernment building pre ram that
produced 500.000 housing units -
and made him \he nations big-
gest landlord."
Subsequently Klotznick enter-
ed tha erivato het>nf indw.try.
becoming chairman of the beard
of American Community BiwW-
r.. Inc. Under hi. direction this
corpor.tion developed the total-
ly pre-planned wburben commu-
nity of Park Fore.t. lib, which
Brotherhood Fete
n-w has a population of 33,090.
Th. company al.o built Old Or-
chord, a large-* a le .hopping
cantor near Chicago.
Kiutznick recently announced
rlans to construct a seaport city
n-?ar the biblical site of Ashdod In
Israel. When fully developer), it
i- expected that Ashdod will have
a population of 150.000. It is to
he the largest pre-planned com-
munity ever attempted with pri-
vate capital.
Vice than men of Town Lunch-
eon Unlimited arc Mesdame- Max
Dcakter. Murray Lazarus. Sidney
Lewis, and Isaac Pushkin.
Orjanization chairman is Mrs
Sam Stark, assisted by Mrs.
George. Simon.
Heading the contact committee
are the Mesdames Charles Alenier.
Harold Reinhard, Emanuel Smith,
Nathan Sideo, and Marvin Zank.
Mrs. Pushkin is hospitality host-
ess and Mrs. Deakter is reserva-
tions chairman. Decorations will
be supervised by. Mrs. George Gra-
ham and Mrs. Lewis.
Capping Ceremony
At Sinai Wednesday
A capDinu ceremony for the
Largest class of student nurses
to comnle'e it" pre clinical
proffram at the Mt. Sinai Hospital
school of practical nursing will be
he'd Wednesday at 8 p.m.
Twenty fiee s'udents. including
one mal? praetical nurse student,
will participate in the ceremony
in the hospital cafeteria.
Max Oro\i'z. president of the
board of trus'ees. Mrs Meyer Egg-
natz. president of tie Women's
Auxiliary. Samuel Gertner. exec-
utive director of the hospital, and
Mrs. Carmen F. Ross, director of
nursing and nursing eduatmn.
will participate in the ceremony.
Mrs. H. Franklin Williams, h
rare member of the school's ad-
rv committee, will be pp
. j ottnet r Guest speaker will bo
Mrs. Lyclia Mikell. chairman of
the h'-alth division <>f the Welfare
Planning Council of Dade County.
Greatest Books
Rabbi's Subject
Temple Israel Sisterhood will
he hosle-s to an interfaith tea
Wednesday, I p.m.. in Wolf son
Auditorium at the Temple.
Guest speaker will be Rabbi Sol-
omon Freehof. of Temple Rodef
Shalom. Pittsburgh. Pa.
The renowned scholar will dis-
cuss The Four Greatest Books
of 1957."
M" work as co-chairmen with dynamic Marianne, while all mem- y:,tl I nHlAC
F f the committee have combined to sell a raft of tickets, prom- j-Qr atlOH kOaiVS
,* of the committee have combined to sell a raft of tickets, prom-
l"1* to make this the biggest ball of its kind.
a a a
kubaiyat room of the Algiers hotel was the sccne-of a bhJhday
Pny Saturday for David Horwiti. 670 W. 46th st. Miami Beatjh
4-mong the 104 persons present were four sisters of Mr.. Grace
""?*. the 13 year-old's mother. They were Mr.. Sidney Block,
J- Joseph Btrman. Mn. Sam Upton, all of Greater Miami, and
bm a' Bruo. who came in from Detroit. All were accom-
p* >>' their husbands .
Seven cousins of the confirmand were also on hand at the
Ration which featured 14 youngsters at the "head table," while
"other celebrants occupied ringside tables handsomely adorned
"" and white. Music was provided by tarry BUie.
Temple Zion Sisterhood will
meet in the Temple auditorium.
520 SW 17th st., Wednesday al 8.30
PA'white held to help membe's make tjfeBtr
donors. Mrs. Julius Seidner will be
auctioneer.
In commemoration of Brother-
heod Month. Mrs. Charles Mld-
wood. social actions chairman, will
present a film pertaining to the
nationwide celebration.
Sholom Secunda. composer oi labulous sonq-hit Be. Mir Bistu
Ichoen" envoys reunion with Andrews Sisters at Carillon ho-
S So'nqwr\,i and famed sister trio met .^.
heir wcordinq of his tune, oriqinally written m Yidaish. sent
hem SnTnq to national prominence exactly 20 years aqo.
MeTting took place in hotel's Club Siam. where sisters made
their first Florida appearance.


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.j.er. who has
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J,b.t h* rt disease, the nation s
glbor one killer.
wumi-bom Mrs. Savage moth-
L!three children, resides at
VtfCU dr.. and was co-
iman with Dr. Jean JonePer-
JT?W of all Miami Beach
A raising for the Heart Awn. of,
n'^er Miami, affiliate of Amer-
ican Heart A
I "Wt lredy have some fJM
Lr*n, enrolled to c^. the""
Knit on Ho.rt Sunday. Mr^.
. revealed, "but we need
.boot 10,000 for a complete cov
IrMgeef D.de ceonty.'
nit years goal of $150,080 is fof
hinds needed to conUnue work in
research, community services,
*ork placement and lay and pro-
CissioMl education in the conquest
(heart disease,
ir Jim Jewett. Miami, is aresi-
at'of the local Heart Aasn.. while
Dr Milton t\ Seslaw. National
hildrea's Cardiac Hospital,
tstdent of the Florida Heart
whose goal is $500,000. Flor-
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College President is Guest
Bcthune-Cookman College presi-
dent Dr. Richard W Moore will be
guest speaker at a luncheon meet-
ing of Miami Beach Lodge. B'nai
B'rith, Tuesday noon at the DiLido
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In observance of Brotherhood Week, commencing Sunday. Dr.
Frank B. Sessa, director of Miami Public Libraries, is presented
a copy of Anti-Defamation League's newest book on Judaism.
Presenting book aie (left to right) Mrs. Sam Ostrowsky. ADL
chairman, Miami chapter of B'nai B'rith. and Mrs. Stephanie
Klein, president. This is one of many interfaith programs car-
ried on by local B'nai B'rith chapters and lodges in Greater
Miami.
Sweetheart Douce' Slated
Southwest Jewish Center and Sis-
terhood will hold a joint "sweet-
heart dance" Saturday evening,
Feb. 22, at the Miami Pioneer Club,
250 NW N. River dr.
gram chairman for the event
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They Hear tolsy Cfcief
Ladies Auxiliary of North Shore
Post. Jewish War Veterans, met
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lan, president ot the Miami Beach
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Dade Heights Has
Varied Functions
Dade Heights Jewish Communi-
ty Center Sisterhood will hold a
cake sale Friday morning at the
A & P. 196 st. and NW 2nd ave.
Proceeds are for the purchase of
land for the Center. Mrs. Arnold
Spivack is in charge of arrange-
ments.
Congregation of the Center will
hold a meeting Sunday eveninc.
Agenda will include discussion of
the formation of a Men's Club.
Tuesday evening, pre-teen group
of the Center will meet at 7:30 p.m.
In charge of information is Eli
Schneiueiss.
Spinoza Outdoor Forum
This Week in Miami" is the sub-
ject of a talk to be delivered by
Dr. Abraham Wolfson at the Spin-
oza Outdoor Forum. 124 11th st..
Miami Beach. Saturday evening,
at 8 p.m. At 8:30 Dr. Jacques Fres-
co will discuss 'The World To-
MORE
DELICIOUS
Excmimng Inbcl brochure, describina exciting Israeli national
ballet dance group scheduled to arrive for performances here
Feb. 26 and 27 at Dade County and Miami Beach Audioriums,
are members of Patrons committee. Co-chairmen are Mrs.
Jrnnie Grossinger deft) and Mrs. Louis Glasser 'center). Com-
ittee member Mrs. Morris Golden, former Mt. Sinai Hospital
Auxiliary president, looks on. They expect capacity atten-
dance ct both performances. Inbal. which has already ap-
peared in a four-week, triumphant SRO performance at Martin
Beck Theater in New York, will be honored with Patrons at
function at Algiers hotel Feb. 27. Miami's Consular Corps will
also be present.
:
Mm tou uk
Student HadassahGroup Announce
Student Junior Hsdsssah will the Brat and third Sunday- #
hold its first membership drive month tt the Jefferson hotel
with an affair at noon, Feb. 23. in
the Saxony hotel.
The new Junior Hadassah group
is under the aegis of Miami Beach
chapter of Hadassah.
President is Leah Schwartz.
Other charter members include
Esther Mervish, Marilyn Soki-
ner. Shelly Pearlmen, Irma Han-
dtimm, Leslie Duke, Ruth KWn-
ert, Diane Katx, Anna Lee Fried-
man and Barbara Sedron.
Student Junior-ftad'assah meets
*t*
v Sugorine
To Honor Nt Officers -
In celebration of the election of\
a new slate of olficers for Amity
28" Club, tfie group will sponsor
a >\> ft-theart dance" Sunday eve-
ning at the Beach Branch of the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center, 1536 Bay rd. New officers
are Arthur Roebuck, president;
Morris Turfryer, vice president;
secretary, Shirley Bernstein; and
Anita Marcauis. treasurer.
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It makes them all shining bright.
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ttWy 14. 1958
JewUtrncrkHar
5-B
inu-EI Ladies in Life Membership Fete Here
Mi of Temple Emanu-El
K annual life member
Theon Wednesday noon,
?K^-Boaewoodroomof
Vlalnphleau hotel, accord
w Mrs Sherman K. Kaplan,
lent.___________
Those who join the life member | bar** nm on a bronx* tablat
ship roster at the affair will be the
Sisterhood's guests for tbe after
noon.
Life momborship in ttto group
inclvdos tho lifting of Hto mom-
diplyd in a sptcial bronzt
pi*qu in tt> lobby of Mm Tom-
pU's main sanctuary. Sach lift
member also rscelves a solid
ooM 14 karat charm roplica of
tho Tampie.
"Photographs of all life mem-
bers, Including those who join at
the affair, will be mounted and
displayed along the Temple corri-
dors," Mrs. Kaplan said.
The luncheon is under the chair-
manship of Mrs. Alexander Kogan,
and will feature Larry Blue and
his accordion.
Women's Club Banquet
Women's Club of Branch 692,
Workmen's Circle will have its an-
nual banquet Sunday, 6 p.m., at
the Labor Lyceum, 25 Washington
ave. Mrs. Ida Spivack and Mrs.
i Sarah Gold, of 985 9th St., Miami
I Beach, are in charge of tickets.
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9-Jewish ikridiar
Friday, February 14, igj
Collins Proclaims Brotherhood Week
observance of the week in Flor-
ida.
Stressing th Importance of a
friendly handshake and welcome
to the thousands d tourists now
enjoving Florida's sunshine and (. ^^ by |he annuai Brotherhood
tright beach Gv. LeRoy Col n____ :hih |, to hp held at the
In Miami, the week will he high-
TETLE
TEA
Isidore Karp. trustee, and Mrs. Milton Ehrenreich, president of
North Shore Auxiliary. Jewish Wear Veterans, receive first do-
nation from Mayor Kenneth Oka of Miami Beach as kick off
to Tag Day Monday. Proceeds are for veterans' rehabilitation.
Musical Revue Due Here This Weekend
Two full evenings of fun and
music are in store, for Greater Mi-
amians Saturday and Sunday when
the new formed "Y" Players of
the North County YMHA Branch
01 the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center presents "Out of
This World," a musical variety re-
vue, at the North Miami Junior
High School. 13105 NE 7th ave..
N. Miami, Curtain time is 8:40
p.m.
Directed by Lester Friedman,
who has been active in many North
Dade community theatrical produc-
tions. "Out of This World" will dis-
play the talents of over 30 pro-
fessional and non-professional resi-
dents of the area in this full scale
variety revue which is filled with
songs, comedy skits, dances and
production numbers.
In the cast are Adele Black. Jules
Blustein. Bea Browne, Ada Davis.
Syd Diamond. Vicki Dunn, Sey-
mour Eisenfeld, Joan Friedman,
Letter Friedman. Chet Gale. Jean
Kupperman. Sydelle Harris. Carole
Xatzker. I.ynne Howard. Elaine
Lewis. Karen Meyerson, Florence
Morgenroth. Norman Ostrov, Sally
r'age. Betty Palumbo. Pat Palum-
bo Edythe Rosenthal. Ina Saiger,
Markey Rothkin.
Connie Sehare. Eros Seigler. Ber-
nard Wander. Lenore Wander. Alex
. Weinstock. Assisting technically-
j are Yvette Cole, choreographer;
I Charles Philo. stage manage'. seen
'ery and lighting; Millie Blustein.
rehearsal pianist: Ed Caplan and
Irving Dunn, properties. Music, is
' arranged by Ed Gould.
Among several original musical
compositions incorporated in the
revue will be the song "If Your
Knees Knock."' written by Dan Car-
i lin, N. Miami Beach resident and
I professional songwriter. His "Two
! Foolish Hearts," recorded by Dec
1 ca and introduced by Al Morgan.
and his "Don't Cry My Heart." re-
, corded by Brewster and introduced
joy Paul Darnay. were recent hits
in 'he musical world.
lins has proclaimed Feb. 16 to 23
as Brotherhood Week in Florida.
The week is observed nationally
under the sponsorship of the Na-
tional Conference of Christians
and Jews.
Gov. Collins, in his proclama-
tion, urges the states citizen* to
Ob irve the week "by redodication
of self to the practice of respect
for individuals and the rights of
all peoples: bv Joining hand- to
work for sensible solutions to our
common civic problems so th;it
the health, peace and safety of
every human being shall be safe-
guarded; by giving a warm and
friendly welcome to all the strang-
ers in our midst; by uniting in
those special programs sponsored
by community Brotherhood Week
committees, whose inspiration and
education will help us break down
the barriers of ignorance and mis-
trust."
At the tame time, James M.
LeGate, chairman of the board
of tha Florida chapter of NCCJ.
announced that Dr. Lodd M. Spi-
vey, Palm Beach, retired presi-
dent of Florida Southern Col-
lege, has been appointed State
Brotherhood Week chairman.
In this capacity Dr. Spivey has
boon responsible for organizing
local committees to head up the

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If* a very good year for
GANELES-LENGER WINES
Because every year Ganeles-Lenaer is the perfect
tradtional wine for your Seder Table. Made with
the skill and dedicated care of an expert vintner,
yet it costs no more than mass-produced wines.
Distinctive, too, is the beautiful cut-glass crystal
decanter. Your family and friends deserve the
finest. This Passover serve Ganeles-Lenger.
GANELES-LENGER
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Endorsed by the Rabfeinical Board of Greater New York
Distributed by:
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Dinner which is to be held at the
Fontainbleau hotel Tuesday. Lead-
ing Florida citizens will receive
the annual Brotherhood Award at
thai time. Guest sneaker is the
Ilonorab'e John W. Fisher, of Tor-i
onto. Ontario. Shepard BroadTT HOMES
Mayor of Bay Harbor Islands, is
charman. Commissioner Charles
F. Heti-liU Mttciiai Si'tsny are
co-chairmen
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A TRADITION
IN JEWISH
SINCE 1837
Klutznick Will
Visit Miami Area
International president of B'nai
B'rith Philip Klutznick arrives in
Miami Sunday, and will address a
number of organizations during
In- -tay here.
B'nai B'rith Council of South
Florida will honor Klutznick at a
meeting Feb. 24 at the Deauville
hotel.
Some 3,500 members of lodges
and chapters throughout the
South Florida area will attend.
Co-chairing the function are
Sydney Haskoe for men and Mrs.
Frank Smulson for women.
Klutznick is also due to address
a Combined Jewish Appeal Wom-
en's Division function Feb. 25 at
Miami Sprin 5 Villas, and a 33rd
anniversary celebration of Sholem
Lodge, B'nai B'rith, on Feb. 23.
Yes, there's Yom Tor spirit in 1
this fine tea.. ."flavor crushed*
for fullest strength and stime]
Utioo... richer taste and pleat-
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milchigs and between meal
refreshment...
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the can, heat and serve...that's all there is to it!
Every can bears the seal of approval of the
UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA!


I
Convalescent Home
Opens on Beech
The firnt conva'cnon's s'ream-
"I in o Ihe Hikur Cholltn Kosher
Con ml Room oi Greats* Mi-
ami Sunday when the Home open-
i-I i i do ft officially
id al 310 Collins ave Mi-
Mh, the Home is a non-
profit tnatitWtM n Hid und^r rabbin-
ical v rvisfon it li al the site of
'h former Boston ho.el.
first pa'ient was Max Spielman.
of Brooklyn, NY.. 72-year-old ex-
fhop foreman for a national shoe
film. Second patient was Mrs. An-
nie WVxl.r. Oi WWO W. Bay Harbor
dr.. Bay Harbor Islands.
u -Rabbi Tibor H. Stern', of Befh
Jaob Congregation; Mrs. Isidor
Cohen, president; Mrs. Victoria
Boo, director; Alfred A. Lesser,
chairman of the board of trustees;
and Rabbi Kalmen Shapiro, chair-
man of the board of governors,
were among those present.
Founders of Albert Einstein College of Medicine Sarr.uelKipnis
and Misses Ann and Sue Berkowitz (left to right talk over San-
day's scheduled 4;30 p-m. '^V'^taS
They met at a breakfast meeting called by Abraham Levitt
honorary chairman of Society of Founders of nation s first
medical school under Jewish auspices. Kipnio of New York
Sckscnville and Miami Beach, and Misses Barkowi* oI New
York and Miami Beach, are members of executive committee
for receptionjponsored by c^ege>^c^of^verseers^
Hebrew Univ.
T.cces-ful March of Dimes campairm has almost EiCCtiOnS Slated
I Sri tJnulinq and pleased with efforts of her many
HS r car^hey Performed in successful drive of 1958.
h w? Fwlin>raub. general chairman of local Mothers'
tfflcl^ "shown accePtin, additional ^contribution
t:ovoHM. Lipton. president of Dade Federal savings and
tiSoi Miami, while M. L Clements vice president.
(^Presentation was made durina fifth anniversary
LL of Tamiami Branch office of thrift institution Cake
Kcu oi three stack, of dimes baked m |^t.*
C N-arch delayed during anniversary celebration
l^n sent to Variety Children's Hospital________________
ithune President To be Speaker
RkharJ V. Moore, president
LfflfcCrrkiran College. Day- |
[peich. Ins been invited by ,
pi Yaakov C. Rosenberg of
David Con regation to be
ipMker at services Friday
|ir.?
Moore received his AB de-
J Lodqe Will
lie Brotherhood
I panel discussion will be fea-i
1 at the Brotherhood meetin?
.Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai
Ih. at the Algiers Hotel Wed-
|ay even in v
widen* Jack M. Fink said the
-jet will he "Ways in Which
[Can Realize Brotherhood in
I Community."
inelists will include Dr. 11.
plin Williams, vice president
lie University of Miami; Rich-
Wolfson, Coral Gables, vice
Went of the American Civil
Arties Union; Howard Walton.
Imi. member of the Milk Com-
TBion and former sta'e presi-
I ol the Florida CIO; and Rev.
Has Saleo, of the Miami
es Community Church.
1 program has been arranged
lerator wil he Herbert Heiken.
prator will he Herbert Heiken.
short business meeting is also
dultd, and a slate of officers
gree from Knoxville College and i
Masters degree from Atlanta Uni-j
versily. The honorary degree of.
laws was conferred by Edward
Waters College. Jacksonville, and)
Knoxville College, Knoxville.
He was the first Florida state
supervisor of Negro secondary
schools and assumed his duties as
m-sident of BethuneCookman in
1B47.
An active participant in civic
and religious affairs, in 1955 he
received the Florida Tuberculosis
and Health Assn. Award. In 1957.
he was recipient of the Florida
State Teachers Assn. Educational
Award for five years of outstanding
service to education.
Flection of oiiicers ot tne Greater
Miami chapter, American Friends
of th Hebrew University, will be
held here Saturday evening at the
home of Mrs. Jennie Grossinger,
5941 Pinetree dr.
Nominating committee includes
Samuel Lachman, Seymour Lieb-
man. Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro, Har-
ry Simonhoff. Saul Ashkenazi and
Dr. David J. Kaliski.
Representatives from supporting
organizations of the chapter will,
be honored at the meetings These
include:
To Feature Ythiva Umv.
Rabbi Jonah Caplan will be
guest of "The Still Small Voice
television program sponsored by
the Rabbinical Assn. of Greater
Miami. Sunday. 10:30 a.m.. over
WCKT. Rabbi Caplan, who is re-
gional director for Florida of
Yeshiva University, will show a
film featuring the university and
its facilities. ___
for the lodge will be presented to
serve for the year beginning Apr.
1. George KronengoM. past presi-
dent of the lodge, is chairman of
the nominating committee.
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Dr. Leo Levin, Miami chapter,
American Jewish Physicians
Committee; Or. Harold Fried-
man, Miami chapter, Alpha
Omtgi dental fraternity; Mrs.
Jack Landsberp, Alpha Omega
Woman's Auxiliary.
Also Jackson Davis. Alpha Zeta
Omega pharmaceutical fraternity.
David Komisarow, Pho Pi Phi
pharmaceutical fraternity; Mrs.
Joseph Duntox. National Council
of Jewish Women.
Also Rabbi Mayer Abramowiti,
Rabbinical Assn. of Greater Mi-
ami.
"The Land of Promise," a new
film of contemporary Israel, nar-
rated by Lord Russell of Liver-
pool, will be presented here for
the first time.
Swiss Knight Tops
For Weight-Watch
The fashion nowadays is to have
a slim figure, which means cutting
down on heavy, starchy desserts.
There is no need to forego desserts
altogether, however. You can still
have your cake and eat it too. so to
speak.
You can still satisfy your crav
ing for a dessert with your coffee
or tea. and at the same time satis-
fy your conscience with regard to
calories. This is to have Swiss
Knight Gruyere Cheese as a des-
Yes. thousands are discovering
that Swiss Knight is not only a
most delicious cheese for sand-
wiches and salads. They are find-
ing out that it also makes a most
wonderful dessert with fruit or
crackers.
Its nut-like, settfvt ""'
blond* perfectly with all sort* ot
other desserts, teo. such as p*.
cakos and pwddinsjs. if fM
not en* ef ?* *>** "**
have to watch their calories.
Swiss Knight is wonderful as a
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building blocks of the body, and in
minerals and vitamins.
For the approaching P"rim *>'':
day. stock up on this delightful
cheese. You can be sure you are
getting the genuine imported Swiss
Knight when you see the name on
the round package with the six
one-ounce bite-size wedges. Enjoy
it with your Purim desserts or as
a dessert for itself. Your guests
will like it. too. -* T
Sholom.
SSSAZ as.A -*. **"h
lives in Hialeah._________________,-------


Anniversary Cruise Tour
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56 days
also visiting
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Diane Rabinowitz Plans
For June 21 Ceremony
Diane Sandra Rabinowitz and Stuart Holman
erstrom are engage I
The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr and Mrs
David Rabinowitz, 2443 sw 20th ) Miami. They
are announcing the couple's betrothal.
The groom-elect is the son cf Mr. and Mrs.
I Wasserstrom, of Columbus. 0.
Mm Rabinowitz graduated from Miami Senior
Hi -h School and attended Ohio State I
where she wa.s a member of Delta Phi Epsilon
sorority.
Her fiance attended Ohio Stite University, where
he belonged to Zeta Beta Tau fraternity, and Babson
Institute at Boston, where he was affiliated with
Alpha Kappa Psi.
An open house will honor the couple Saturday
at the home of the bride-elect. They are plannin- to
he married June. 21.
Brett Levin Weds Seymour Bernstein;
Couple Reside in Schenectedy, N.Y.
Announcement has been made of i and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Leo M.
the marriage of Miss Brett Levin, I Alpert, with their children, Mar-
of Miami Beach, to Seymour Bern- ; tha and Jonathan, of San Marco
stein, of New York City Island; cousins Mr. and Mrs. Philip
The double ring ceremony took Le\i. pioneer Miami residents; V
ace on the bride's 20th birthday, and Mrs. Jacob Mindlin. Mi;
Pi
Saturday. Jan. 25. in the historic
Spanish and Portuguese Syna-
le, Central Park West, of Rab-
bi David DeSola Pool. Candlelkht
ials uere performed by his
successor, the Rev. Dr. Louis C.
' stein.
Only members of the immediate,
family attended.
The bride is the daughter of Dr.!
M< rton L. Levin, Assistant Com-!
Health of the Nan
York State Department of Health.;
and Helen Alpert. Miami Beach
publicist.
Newlywed Mrs Bernstein is a
graduate of Miami Beach High
School and atten.l.J the Univer-
sity of Miami.
The bridegroom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Sydney K. Bernstein.
Nc \v York City. He is a graduate
of Brooklyn College and a person-
nel technician with the New York
State Division of Municipal Serv-
ice.
Fcr her the bride wore
a Madeleine Fauth white lac-
tiered sheath, bridal net gloves,
scalloped illusion veil, an i
loom pearl necklace and bracelet
carried a bridal bou white orchids and stephanot-
Peilowing the ceremony, a cham-
pa.ne wedding dinner was bald a;
lattrn on tie Green.
The newlyweds took a honey-
moon mc.'.or trip tnrough thc-
South. On thiir arrival in Miami
Beach la-1 weekend, they ware
feted at a cocktail reception Sun-
day afternoon in the Delano hotel.
The family guest-list included
the brides sister and brother-in
lav.. Mr. and Mrs. Leo .
with their young sen. Jeremy; her 515 Va
grandmother. Mrs Fannie C. Al- alu.r j.,.b 2r)
pert, of Indian Creek dr.; uncle
iami;
Dr. and Mrs. Leopold Szerlip. of
Surfside; and the William Taylor
family, with Mr-. Estelle K. Tay-
lor, of Hamden. Conn.
Also attending to welcome the
new couple were 50 other longtime
friend s,
Returning to New York City Sun-
day the newlyweds were guests of
honor at a Bernstein family recep-
tion.
They are now at home at 217
Jackson ave.. Schenectady, N.Y.
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MRS. MILiS
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The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Aaron Morris, of Nasb-
ville, Tens. The groom is the son
of Mrs. Henry Sorintz. 5839 N. Al-
ton rd.. Miami Beach, and the late
Mr Sprintz.
Mrs. Sprint? graduated from
MISS JILL fUTMAB
Sparkling Rings And New Names
Miss Alyse Morris and Charles schools in Nashville. She attended
Richard Sprintz wore married Wed- Sarah Lawrence College and the
nesday. Feb. 5. at the Woodmont I University of Miami, where she
Country Club in Nashville. Te:in. | was a member of Alpha Epsilon
The reception followed there. jPhi sorority.
The newlyweds are honeymoon- Mr --- .j j ,
brother-in ing in iamaira Puert,, Rio ,nH Sprintz graduated from Mi
, Mindlin, S! Vu-gtateE" Thev wil' Mve m f- Beach Hish Schol and <"<
1 her IK Valence ave'^ 'B^ SJS J SB* "JT ** ""
a member of Phi Lambda fratern-
ity. He is secretary-treasurer of
Henry Sprintz Stores. Inc.
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Greene Mills
The Beverly Hilton hotel in Bev-
erly Hills. Calif., wjs the setting
for the marriaae Sunday. Feb. of
Miss Joan Unore Greene and Mar-
vin Scott Miles. The reception was
held at the hotel.
The bride is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Michael Greene. of Bev.
arly H.lls. The bridegroom is the
Tu- Mrnand Mrs l,erm"> Miles
of Miami Beach.
wOrJ?* Wrddin" ,r'P Las
Ves ** couple will live in Us
Angeles.
mUTi 5? a,,ended Beverly Hills
High School and the University of
Southern California.
c ,Mr, !? a^nded the Univer-
sity of Florida. He graduated from
fr.?eriTyeraber TaU Epsi,on P*

Btrmin Heid.
M'ts Eva Ellen Heide and Sidney
Ardmort
Flitmons Tell
Jill's Betrothal
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Flit-
man. 5774 Pine Tree dr., announce
the engagement of their daughter.
Jill, to Stanley H Arkin. son of Mr!
and Mrs Joseph L. Arkin, 849
Venetian Way.
Miss Flitman will continue her
studies this fall at the University
of Miami.
Mr. Arkin graduated from the
University of Miami. He is a mem-
ber of Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity
and the Masonic and Shrine orders.
He is a member of Arkin Construc-
tion Co.
A June wedding is planned.
Scharlins Say
Vows on Beach
A reception and dinner followed
the wedding of Miss Gloria Mayte
Goodman and Howard R. Scharlin,
who were married Tuesday night,
Feb. 11, at the Fontainebleau hotel.
Rabbi Irving Lehnnan officiated
at the 7 p.m. ceremony in the
Grand ballioom.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Jerome J. Goodman, of
4396 Pinetree dr. The bridegroom
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Scharlin. 240 Lenape dr.
Mrs. William Joseph Weissel was
matron of honor, and bridesmaids
were Mrs. Benedict Silverman,
Mrs. Jlurton Lehey. Mrs. Sam
Bernstein. Mrs. Arnold Straus and
Miss Peggy Jacobs. Miss Beverly
Shapiio and Miss Babette Cirlin
kept the bride's book.
Martin B. Goodman, brother of
the bride, acted as best man, and
ushers included William Joseph
I. Roy Weissel, Arthur
Stork. Richard Sepler, Stanley
Spitzer. Emanuei Wolfe, Gerald
Katcher. Benedict Silverman and
Burton Cohen.
The bridal gown of white pure
silk satin was fashioned with a
fitted bodice and long sleeves
pointed at wrist. The shoulder-bar-
ing neckline was accented with a
draped collar extendin-.' to point
at back. The floor-length fitted
sheath skirt was complemented
with fold-on-fold of satin at waist-
line forming a bow at center front.
Her six-tier veil of pure silk
French illusion fell from a crown
of pearls and illusion.
The bride attended Miami Beach |
High School. Northwestern Univer-1
sity and graduated from the Uni- j
varsity of Miami. She is a member j
of Alpha Epsilon Phi social soror-1
ity and Nu Kappa Tau. highest
women's honorary on the campus.'
The bridegroom graduated from
Brooklyn College and Brooklyn I
Law School. He served as legal of -1
ficer aboard the USS Wisconsin,
for four years, and is now associ- i
aed with Daniel Sepler in the prac-
tice of law.
After a honeymoon in New York
City and Washington. D.C., the
couple will reside at 977 W. 48th
st., Miami Beach
Joseph Berman took place Satur-
day, Feb. 8. in the DiLido hotel,
Miami Beach.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Martin Heide. 1744 SW
1st ave. Mr. Berman is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Isadjre Berman,
2680 Hilola st.. Natoma Manors
They met at the University of
Miami. The bride, who graduated
from Miami Senior High School, re-
I her degree from the univer-
sity last week.
She is a former treasurer of
ALFA, the university's women's
honorary language organization.
The bridegroom will graduate
from the university in June.
The couple will live at 500 Bian-
ca. Coral Gables, after a tour of
Florida.
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Miss Helene Wexler and Bernard
Herskowitz were married Satur-
day. Feb. 8. at the Sterling hotel.
The reception and dinner were also
held there.
She is the daughter of Mrs. Ed-
ward Wexler, 1530 SW 1st ave.,
and the late Edward Wexler. He is
the son of Mr and Mrs. Isadore
Herskowitz. 4700 Granada blvd ,
Coral Gables.
The newlyweds are spending
their honeymoon in New Orleans,
La They will live in El Paso. Tex.,
for six months where the bride-
groom is stationed with the Army.
A native of Miami. Mrs. Hersko-
witz graduated from Miami High
School and attended the University
of Miami. She was member of
Delta Phi Epsilon and Alpha Lamb-
da Delta sororities.
Mr. Herskowitz. formerly of New
York, graduated from Miami High
School and attended the University
of Miami. He graduated from the
University of Florida where he was
a member of Pi Lambda Phi fra-
ternity.

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Miss Rosemarie Kellogg and Ger-
ald Gary Baker were married Sat
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M*S. HOWAIID SCHUtUU
Couple Planning
Apr. 20 Weddir
Miss Eva Clmmov.tz ar.dl
My G. Baron, of Ann Arbor, I
are ercaeed.
Announcement of the coupl*'J
trcthal is being mack- here Isj
bride-elect's uncle and aunt, f
and Mrs David Rosner. of tori
lin" hotel.
The groom-elect's parpajji
Mr. and Mrs. Samuei BarA]
New York City.
Miss Chaimovitz sraduatedl
Miami Beach High School, it
ed the University of Miami. ut\
ceived her BS degree from'
ers College at Columbia leq
sity.
She is a graduate of the i
of nursing at Mt. Sinai Hospi
New York, where she is
a member of the facultv.
Dr. Baron received nil ABj
grec fr>m the Universtty of
Iran, where he was elected til
Beta Kappa and Phi Kat>Pr
Hs MD degree from the Vm
Michigan was granted
laude.
Dr. Baron served with ""1
Army Medical Corps in Europe]
is presently a resident in radia
at the University Hospitll
ArSor. Mich.
Th" couple plan an Apr. 20'
ding.
MISS nix cHumoviti
urday. Feb. 8. at the MiJ
brew Congregation.
The couple are spending
honeymoon at Golden Beach.
She is the daughter of
Sylvia Kellogg. Jl SW 23rdj
He is the son of Mrs. B*i f-
1051 NW 2nd St.. and Davw
of Boston.
The bride attended scb**]
Brooklyn. N.Y. She is ***%!
with the circulation depart**"]
the Miami Herald..


February 14. 1958
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toward Serkin
. Mitrvah
r Hownrl Serkin will celebrate bfc
Lr Miizvah Saturday. Feb. 15 at
Rle J"^'3- Kabbi Mor"S Sk0P
Effl officiate, with Cantor Herman
'Gottlieb rendering the musical
fj,on= <>: '''" "air y-
r Howard is the son of Mr. and
iMrs Manuel Serkin, 6603 Leonar-
do it, Coral Gables.
He is in tho seventh grade.at
Ipnme de Leo i Junior High School.
Uhere he belongs to the concert
[band.
The Serkins will be hosts at
Ifjddufh foll.-ming the Bar Mitzvah
Lrvice.
Paper Mill Starts
| NEW YORK In 1953, a new
era of industrial progress bc-
lun for Israel, with the completion
Iof the Middle East's first major
Ipaper mill, in Hadera.
I Today, five years later, Ameri-
can Israeli Taper Mills Ltd., with
assets of over $7,500,000 and more
I than 200 employees, produces
I about one third of the nation's
I total paper requirements. Present
Iannual production is 16.000 tons of
.book paper, bond paper and kraft
land sulphite papers for wrapping
land packaging and newsprint.
I A $10 million expansion program
[is now under way to satisfy the
I growing demand for paper and
[paper products in Israel. Rapid
[growth of this energetic country
Schulman Bids
I For Council Seat
Long associated with community
I activities in Surfside. Irving Schul-
I man has announced his candidacy
lin the councilmanic election which
will take place Mar. 18. He is
basing his candidacy on a platform
Expansion Push
combined with vast market poten-
tial has resulted in the start of
construction of American Israeli
Paper Mills' second paper making
unit, scheduled for completion at
the end of 1959.
The new facilities will raise the
mill's productive capacity to ap-
proximately 37.000 tons equal
to about three quarters of Israel's
total present annual paper con-
sumption.
of "Cooperation in Council Not
Confusion."
An attorney, Schulman has ser-
ved as a chairman of the charter
revision committee of Surfside,
member of the Surfside Planning
and Zoning Board, and officer of
the North Shore Jewish Center.
The 29-year-old candidate is the
father of two children, graduated
from New York University in 1950
and Brooklyn Law School in 1952.
He is a member of the firm of Nel-
son tc Schulman in partnership
with Judge Theodore R. Nelson,
municipal judge of Bay Harbor Is-
lands. He resides at 8958 Garland
ave.. Surfside.
Contest Opening
For Israel Trip
National Women's Division of
the American Jewish Congress
Tuesday launched its second annu-
al essay competition among Amer-
ican college students to determine
the winners of four study-travel
scholarships to Israel.
According to Mrs. Benjamin Ka-
men, local scholarship chairman,
ccllege students of any race or re-
ligion who are between the ages
of 17 and 22 and who maintain
their residences in the Miami area
are-iimted to compete.
The scholarships, known as the
David Petegorsky Awards, were
established last year a* a memo-
rial to the late executive director
of AJ Congress.
The four recipients of the 19!>8
wards will receive six-week,
all-experse-paid trip to Israel be-
ginning early next July. The win-
ners will participate in a sum-
mar workshop conducted by the
School of Hebrew Culture and
Education of New York Univer-
sity.
The workshop provides six col-
lege credits, which are transfer-
able to any accredited college or
university in the United States.
The 1958 winners will be "especial-!
ly fortunate," Mrs. Kamen said. }
because "they will be able to wit-'
ness at first-hand the historic fes-i
tivities now being planned for Is-
rael's 10th birthday celebration
this year."
The names of the four scholar-
ship recipients will be announced
May 16. They will be flown from
New York City to Israel early in
July and return in mid-August.
Winners of the David Petegorsky
Awards will be selected on the
basis of an essay contest conduct-
ed in the nation's colleges. Appli-
cants are required to write a 2.000-
word essay on the subject, "Why I
Want to Attend Ihe Summer Work-
shop in Israel." Deadline for sub-
mission of essays, together with
proofs of college enrollment, is
midnight. Mar. 15.
Further details about the com-
petition and entry blanks may be
obtained from Mrs. Kamen at 906
Congress bldg. Miami 32. Fla.
Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Erenberg, 634 Euclid
eve., will beccm9 Bar Mitz-
vah Saturday morning at
Conoreaa'.ion Beth Jacob.
Rabbi Tibor Stern will offi-
ciate, with Cantor Maurice
Mamches rendering the Sab-
baht liturgy. Michael is an
eighth grade student at Mi-
ami Beach Junior High and
member of Boy Scout Troop
35.
Joseph, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry G. Glazar, 2000 N. Bey
rd., will become Bai Mitzvah
Saturday mornin". Feb. 15.
ct Temple Beth Saolom. Rab-
bi Leon Kronish will officiate.
Opera Star Guest Speaker
Metropolitan Opera star Kurt
Bami was guest speaker Monday
at a meeting of the Arts Group. Tb
home of Mrs. Louis Korda, 3141
Prairie ave., Miami Beach, was
site of the meeting. President Mrs.
Reyna Youngerman welcomed the
75 guests present.
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"arlz, lodce president. Bernard Newmark, Robert J. Lewison
nd Col. Sidney H. Palmer. Celebration will be Feb. 23 at
jJtauville hotel. It is expected international B'nai B'rith pres-
ent Philip Klutznick will attend. Awards will be made to
outstandmq personalities in fields of community service.
[ Jiumanitarianism, journalism and government.
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Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith
will celebrate the 33rd anniversary
of its founding with a jala dinner
and dance Sunday night. Feb. 23,
in the Napoleon room of the Deau-
ville hotel.
Harry S Schwartz, president of
Sholem Lodge, announced Wednes-
day that distinguished guo-t- ix
pected to attend include Philip M.
K'utznick international president
of B'nai B'rith and a United States
dtlegate to the United Nations;
Mayor Robert K. High of Miami;
Mayor W. Keith PhiUips of Coral
Gables; Mayor Richard J. Bennis
of Opa-locka; City Attorney of Mi-
ami, William Pallot; and former
Mayor of Miami, Abe Aronovitz.
At the dinner. Judge Milton A.
Friedman wiU announce the recip-
ients of awards for outstanding
achievements in community, re-
ligious and philanthropic work dur-
ing 1957.
Col. Sidney H. Palmer, Robert
J. Lewison and Bernard Newmark
are co-chairmen of the anniversa-
ry celebration.
Rhoda, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Meyer Deutschman, will
become Bas Mitvah ai Satur-
day morning services of Tem-
ple Emanu-El. Dr. Irving Lehr-
man will officiate. Rhoda i3
an eighth grade student at
Nautilus School and attends
Temple Emanu-El re ligious
school.
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Albert Hirsch as "Mr. Variety" (left) gets hand pumped by j
noted columnist Walter Winchell at "Show cf Shows" func- '
ticn Feb. 9 at Miami Beach Auditorium. Proceeds were for
Variety Children's Hospitcl. Miami Beach Councilman Ber-
nard Frank looks on. Winchell flew here from West Coast
to attend event.
Concert Assn.
Elects Officers
Theodore F. Gammen. who has
served a> president of the Com-
munity Concert Assn. Society
.-. its founding here in October.
195-5 was reeiec:ed to that post at
a meeting Friday in the home of
Samuel F Danels. 1396 Bay
dr., Normandy Isle.
Other officers reflected were
Herman Binder. Leon Cooke and
Ernest A. Siivennan, vice presi-
dents. Elected vice president were
Miss June Elson and Edward I.
Mandell.
Named recording secretary was
Mr- Mark Orlin. with Mrs. Dan-
el? reelected treasurer.
'tan Day a* flagler'
'"Fun Day" i Sunday. Mar. 2.
at Flagler Granada Jewish Com-
munity Center, when the annual
carnival comes to the Center's
grounds.
Mrs. Mickey Antin. chairman,
rras announced that from noon un-
til dark, there will be rides, games,
merchandise, movies, plants.
c;.- :ied goods and baked goods fur
sale. Kosher faod will he served
all day.
'Marjorie' Opining SchoJuhd
At Beach Theatre Mar. 20
The Beach Theatre. Miami'
Beach, has b;en selected for the
world premiere of "Marjone Morn- \
ingstar." it was announced this'
week by Harry Botwick. Florida
S ate Theatres and Warner Bros,
representatives.
The film dramatizition from the
pages of Herman Wouk's celebrat-
ed best-seller will open Thursday.
Mar. 20. and will be heralded by
! an exciting round of activities cul-
minating in the showing at the
I Beach Thea're only. Showings in
other areas of Greater Miami and
Radio City Music Hali. New York,
will follow some weeks later.
Marjor.e Morningstar." the
captivatin, dark-haired girl whose
1 rc.nan'ic advtntures made her
America's fictional heroine, is por-
trayed by Natalie Wood Her ro-!
manuc opposite is Gene Kelly. Im-
portantly surrounding Gene Kelly
and Natalie Wood in the Warner-
j Color production are such top
I flight personalities as Claire Tre-
I war, Ed Wynn. Everett Sloane.
' Carolyn Jones. Marty Milner.
Oeoree Tobias and Martin Bal.-am
Noted Foursome
Siated in 'Tosca'
Mr- Opera s'ars RirV
ar! TuckT Dorothy Kir-ten. Ce-
: -.< i
r Miami debuts
I ra Guild's pro-
1 at the
\ : Htorium Feb. \~
o 72 an! Miami Beach Auditori-
um
-nr of television
U well as
opera, recently made a -m
the Tropicana
- ""he glamor"
ins 'he title role of th"
lovesick Tosca'- in her perform-
4 the Year in
Mu-ic" by the Los Angeles Times
in 19.: M a Kiratasil repertoire
includes all the m3jor soprano
rolps in opera. Additionally, she
has played the lead in many lop
American-born Tucker, who
has been compared more often
with En'ico Can-so than any
singer c' our time, is the only
tenor ever invited to record for
both th* La Scala and Metro-
politan Operas.
A 14 year veteran of the Met.
Tucker will come here straight
from triumphal appearances at the.
Vienna Opera House and London's
Coven? Garden where he appeared i
in Tosca' as "Cavaradossi." the.
same role he will sing here. Tuck-
er opened the tSVT-51 season of the
Metropolitan Opera in Eugene On-
egin. He has appeared in nearly
all major opera houses in the Unit-
ed States and Europe.
Bard;Hi, the Met'* latest bari-
tone hit, was born in Italy and
has sung at most of his country's
leading opera nooses. His por-
trayal of the treacherous "Scar-
pia" in Tosca is considered by
critics to be "in the great tradi-
tion of Grand Open."
Davidson, the leading character,
actor and bass baritone of the Met.
will sin^ the role of the church
keeper "Sacristan."
Guild director Dr. Arturo di Fil-:
ippi said good tickets are still;
available at both auditoriums and
at Burdines' third floor ticket
booth.
LISAMI lAKDUU
Gina factor Due
With UM Orchestra
Community Stagers]
In One-Nic^il Stand
At Bch. Auditorial
"Rowhir.kes Mit Mandten" ,n1'
Sir Arthur Sullivan's dramatic dJ
nunciation of wa-. "On Shore and
Sea will cooatitute the o.^ night
only program of the Miami Beich
(Community Sin?ers Sunday even. I
at the Miami Beach Audi-1
tartan.
Kozshir.kcs Mit Mandlen" is
potpoun-i o' the rr-nowneJ wJrk o(
Avrohom Goldfaden.
To be heard are excerpts from
jQolctfadeji's _"B r Kocbt,"
"Sholamith," and "Di Kishef
Machern."
Singers will include Tea*
Emanu-El's Cantor Israel Ren
Lucille Blackton. Yohai.da Rou |
and William Royal.
The evening is produced and di-1
rected by Ben Yomen. with Marg-
" aret Yomen at the piano.
Gina Bachauer. recognized by
critka i- one of the greatest pian-
ists of the present age. will ap-
pear with the University of Miami
Symphony Orchestra M Mar. 2
and 3 in a program that will in-
clude the world premiere of C.V.J. _,,_.
Anderson's "Psalm for Orches- BoifOUnO GlICO Enferfflftf
tra." Native Israeli dancer Balfounai
" Andrson is a former University Gilad entertained member- of thjil
of Miami music student and win- Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary]
ner of the 1956 Edward Benjamin of ORT at a meeting Tue*
Award. the Deauville hotel.
John Bitter, permanent con-
ductor of the symphony, will be
on the podium for the two con-
certs held Sunday night in the
Miami Beach Auditorium and
Monday night in the Dade Coun-
ty Auditorium.
Mme. Bachauer was born in a
suburb of Athens, Greece, and
studied the piano at the Athens
Conservatory' arid later with Alfred
Cortot in Pans and with Sergei
Rachmaninoff
Durinr the war she gave over
600 concerts and recitals in Egypt
and the Near East in army camps
and hospitals. She has captivated
American audiences ever since
her New York debut and has play-
ed with nearly every- major orches-
'Cweelheart Party' Schedule*
Rocsevelt Temple 33. Pythian'.
Sisters, will hold a Valentine"!'
sweetheart party" Saturday tm
nin : at Dora August Hall. 500 SW
17th ave. Chairman is Mrs Milton1
Blumenthal.
tra in Europe and the Near East,
arousing tremendous enthusiasm
with her superb piano technique
and sensitive artistry.
The major works on the pro-
gram will be Beethoven's Sym-
phony No. 6, "Pastorale." and
Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerts
No. 2 in C minor.
Broodwoy's Best Musicals Under A Tent
NOW PLAYING THRU SUN. FEB. 16
DIRECT FROM BROADWAY
Ethel Mermen's St09* Success
Two Show. Satt. 6:00 P.M. and DM P M
Ev.nin*. at S:M P M Tun thru Hun.
FAMILY SONUS PLAN
CfcMraa IHiim (-14 leaitta* Fite
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O-rm, Set. rjA. 51... Oaty
Wc" !L? *- I0RE lEScmTIQHJ PI M7J7
OPENING TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 18th
mZm "FANNY"
"MAUTKAl BUT NKI"
7th AVENUE AT 84th STREET
MIAMI 38, Flo
'Y' Play Slates
Final Rehearsals
Final rehearsals and prepara-
tions are now underway for Great-
er Miami's first presentation of 1
"The World of Sholom Aleichem" ,
written by .Arnold Perl and being
presented by the Miami "Y Play-
ers of the Greater Miami Jewish
Community Center.
The play consists of three stories.
"Tale of Chelm" and High,
School." by Sholom Aleichem. and
"Bunche Schweig." by Isaac
Peretz
The play is being directed by
Bill Schlejinger, formerly of the
Miami Community Players and
long associated with Studio M
and the Ring Theatre.
Members of the cast include Ira
Werner. Em Bodin. Robert Gold-
ner, Shirley Selmavitz. Maxine
|Svigals. Sam Ross. Maxine Spiel-
iman. Dr Israel Sletsky. Nelson
Boatner, Morris Goldsteio. Nelson
I MaUvendar. Hillel Segal and Joe
, Novel.
"Sholom Aleichem" was orig-
inally introduced in New York as
1 vehicle f0r such stars as Howar(J
j De Sylva and Morris Carnovsky.
Students to Aid
CJAppeal Here
; Bovs and girls enrolled in the
Jewish sch,|s of Greater Miam.
'wul again lend their support to
the Combined Jewish Appeal
Student delegates of all Jewish
schools will attend a breakfast
rally Sunday. 10 a.m.. at the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education bldg
135 NW 3rd ave.
! Schools voll send five delegates
from fifth grade and up to this
I meeting.
"Jews And Judaism In America -
Our Strength and Our Weakness"
An Addrewa by the di*tincjuiaheci
Rabbi Dr. Solomon B. Freehof
of Pittsburgh, Pa.
SUNDAY, FEB. 16 8:15 p.m.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
4144 CHASE AVE. MIAMI BEACH
Sponsored by Union of American Hebrew Congregation
NO ADMISSION CHAROC. NO SOUCITATION OF FUNDS.
FREE TICKETS AT TNI TtNRHI
"R0ZSHINKE5 mit MANDLEN"
AVROHOM GOLDFADEN
(Meskel Iirieeete)
Cantor Israel Reich lucile Blackton
ef 7em.lt [manu-f I Dremetic Sepfean
Hi Fried Yollanda Roth
Ortmmht Mene Sepreee
Bab Lyons
Nerrefer
William Royal
lyric Teeef
"ON SHORE AND SEA"
Ry SIR ARTHUR S. SUIUVAN
SHMSOKO IT
Miami Beach Community Singers
Ben Yomen. Conductor Margaret Yomen. Pianist
Date: SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 16th
8:30 PJ)L
Place: MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM
17th STREET and WASHINGTON AVENUE
Phone: IE 1-0477



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'Fanny1 Premiere
Next Tuesdav
For the first time, a Broadway
production will make its Southern
1 in Miami.
All the tender love and emotion
which p:ur"t lrom the poignant
stery of "Fanny." that made
Brcadway au knees weep with
-aJness and thrill with hapiine^
during its two-year run. will be
I rcsentcci at the Miami Music The-
at:e, beginning Tuesday, Feb. IP
and running throu .h Feb 23.
the blending "1 bea'itiftll voices
1 during the sai?a of a rjowerfu] "vl
i passionate yearning between Fan-
| ny and M-irius. lorn bjoim it t>J I
1 'over's preVer love for the sea.
will be retold at the theatre-in-the-
round.
fingi
ol romance and jet planes carry Lana Turner and eH
Si! all over olobe in "The Lady Takes a Flyer Film.
CnemcScope and cola., starts Friday at Wcmeico s Carib.
iami, Miracle and Gateway Theatres. ____________________
belly's Proud of His Dad Duo Teamed
i to Make Some Interesting Music
I \i Uher and I are quite possibly the only father a nd-son song
king team in the American Society of Composers. Authors and Pub-
Lrs," Shelly Secunda said.
khellv, who is publicity chief for
. Coconut Grove Playhouse, of-
*d the explanation bv wav of in-
Jduction to some of his interests
side of his professional activities
[trie Playhouse as well as by
I, of setting the spotlight on his
Tious father.
pad is Sholom Secundaa name
Hi-known in the Yiddish theater
[decades, but catapulted to uni-
\a\ fame when the Andrews Sis-
recorded "Bei Mir Bistu
hoen" for Decca years back.
[Everybody made money on that
111.' Shelly said, "except my
Iher. He sold certain rights, prior
I the recording, which kept him
Ira reaping JJu profits, taken in
* so many others "
fist everyone is being philosophi-
jiabout it. for Sholom Secunda.
Jw visiting here, has done very
kll since then as musical director
the famed Concord hotel in
asiesha I*ke, NY, owner
hour Winarick is currently v'aca-
~"ng in Miami Beach.
^JGUST BROS Rv/
V is (he hUST'
At the Concord, Secunda con-
ducts weekly symphony concerts
during the summer, with Metropol-
itan Opera stars as guests. He is
also cultural director of the Brook-
lyn Jewish Center in New York.
Shelly's proud of his father's
composition cataloaue "Dad's com
posed a vast catalogue of liturgical
music, and his most recent work.
iispawning ssaboaih," a complete
Friday evening service, was re
cently recorded by Columbia Rec-
ords, with Met Opera star Richard
Tucker as soloist and the Concord
choir directed by Dad."
As for Shelly's own musical en
deavort-he's proudest of '^There's
One Lord for All," a work written
with his father, sung frequently by
Metropolitan personalities and per-
formed by Alfredo Antonini over
CBS. He also wrote the lyric with
another composer of "To Whom it
May Concern," recorded by Decca
with the Morrison Sisters.
WistfuUy Shelly confesses: "It
did not even approximate the suc-
cess of Dad's 'Bei Mir
Side note: lovely mother. Betty,
will continue to vacation here until
Feb. 19.
Fanny's final refuge with an
elder man, Panisse, who legiti-
matizes her son, Cesario, the
eventual leturn of Marios and
the death of Penisse, the final
reconciliation bsrween father
and son, elso beckoned by the
sea, provides the background for ]
a variety of dramatic situations
and tuneful sonjs including the
famous "Fanny," "Restless
Heart," "If s Never Too Late For
Cove," and the "Thought of
You."
"Fanny" brings together the
most talented group of artists yet
seen at the Miami Music Theatre.
Pipeline Vital
T.ie importance of th2 Gulf of
Anaba to Israeli shipping, as a
i i al factor in the country's econ-
omy, was highlighted by the com-
pletion during 1957 of an oil pipe-
i fr,ni Israel's port of Elath to
Beershcba, and than to Ashdod on
the Msditcrranean coast. The
pipeline constitutes a vital link
between th3 Red Sea and Israel's
Mediterranean pert of_JIaif, tO_
which Hi ol will be transported
from Ashdcd by tankers.
I

Renowsed dramatic actress Jud-
ith Am!*r:on will be sesn in "The
Cha at Coconut Grove Playhouse.
Come-Jy diama is by Enid Baj-
nold.
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GUILD OF OREATPR MIAMI
Announces 1958 Season
iwccmn
with leading stars of the
METROPOLITAN Of IRA
Dorothy Kitten
Mlovca
* J Civaradossi
Cesar* BerMa
Sicsrpis
Uric.DstsJNjl
asaaoMH ,
Vsrgfsls Assaasrl si Sstwttl
DAT* COUNTY AUDITORIUM
Monday, rmuun its. n*^hu >>! HMm4VM
NOW OH SMI All
Dee. C* ..,>, is w SwaW.. TS*e '*
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MIAMI tlACH AUDITORIUM
SKOAL WOtMANCI TOKA, tahnwry If*;
Wilbur Evans, as Caesar, the
father of Fanny, is the gifted bari-
tone who has played 792 perform
inces of "South Pacific" with
Mary Martin. He has also starred
with such famous singing person
U'ips as Shirley Booth and Julie
Wilson.
In the sentimental role of "Fan
ny" is Helena Scott, who will b:>
remembered for her brilliant per-
formance last winter as Natasha
in the NBCTV American premiere
of Prokoffief s "War and Peace."
Third man on the totem pole of
talent in "Fanny" is Robert Penn.
who has been in the theatre since
the age of eight, when he appeared
in a film with Tom Brown and
Henry Hull.
In the featured role of Marius
is Richard Armbruster "born to
the purple of royalty in the thea-
tre His parents first toured the
nation during the heyday of vaude-
ville and appeared in Jaiue
Tails." with Frank Fay and Bar-
bara Stanwyck.
North iore Will
Build Addition
North Shore Jewish Center will
construct a Community Hall-Youth
Center. Max Krass, president, an-
nouned Wednesday.
The plan calls for the building
program to accommodate the
manv activities of the youth and
adults of the Conservative congre-
gation.
Included in the c obstruction
plan is a modern Community
Hill with complete catering fa-
cilities, a library and club rooms.
The Community Hall-Youth Cen-
ter will be built on the lots which
the congregation owns on Cariyie
ave., immediately across the
street from its present site, at a
cost of about $200,000.
Fund-raising for this project
will not be undertaken until the
r.rea'er Miami Jewish Federation
completes its present CJA drive.
Krauss said.
Actual construction will begin
during the first week of May and
it is anticipated that the ouildin
will be completed in time for the
High Holidays. _______
TiWH Hts* TV RRporter
Howard Brown, WCKT ch. 7
news reporter, will he guest speak
er at a meeting of the North Dade
Jewish Center Sisterhood Wedncs
day noon. ^^^^^^^___
JUDITH
ANDERSON
CATHLEEN
NESB1TT
"THE CHALK GARDEN"
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Friday, February 14,
Dr. Steinman
Dead Here at 41
Dr. William Steinman, of 1552
Plastia ave. Coral Gabies, died
Monday at the age of 41.
He came here ten years ago from
Chicago, and was an eye specialist
and member of the Dade County
Mtdical Aj.s.i. A Worid War II vet-
eran, he was a graduate of Har-
vard University.
Dr. Steinman is survived by his
wife. Elaine: daug.nter, Brenda:
and son. Sanfoni. all of Coral
Gables, and his mother and three
sisters.
Services were Tuesday in River
side-Beach Memorial Chapel. W.
Flagler >:.

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burial .i- ll BU
MRS. MOLLIE LIEBLEIN
~.l. '.f "-' '. T'.'h -i .li-ii r 1
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l i-urvi\.-.i Infill I
mi Mra raj WechiHn Knrtb Miami
an.t four *n>. Inclu ert._Mi-
with :
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KARL HANDELSMAN
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n bf rame
K<, from < 'hi -ktf" B
Ightci Mi- Porotl Bbabat; and
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MRS. HELEN GARRON
iT. of ::.'j KW 17 th al died I
h--rf run- \-.tr- aio froOl Pleee-
l.tn 1. Surviving an* r--'
:... i- two miM Mill ink;
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ind m\ crandchild**'-!! He vice*
ven FVb il Qordoi L aera Home,
! mi Mi Kebo Cemeterj
In N> Y.rk mlh Rlvrra Maaaefaal Cnap^l in chant* W-
MRS. EVA WHITEHOUSE
' ST of !-> KW i'r" ""* *
Shr .-.ill* from Akron. :-' >-.-
uo, and war a m*mU-r or thr r
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lar>- of the C.ty of Hop* Shr i- aur-
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.~.n-. Sanford. Har-y and William. lu
d-iiiht->r. a aUter and li fra*cnll-
dren. Benlcea -r-- Y > at <
Punrral Home, with tnirUI in Ml.
Sinai CMMMn
ASRAHAM WYMAN
*. of ir> BrW I'm :
i.harirjcl-'t. he cin.r hr.f 1
aco from Phlla'V:'.i- >
M wife. !>-' t>ree wm
Millr.n -ind :>: mour. thr- !
three l>trr and tlir-* fiand.
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GEORGE J. FINEGOLD
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v -. tvn. in! two laughter*. Mr*
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7. of II .7 BW :'Tth ai. di^d FVb .,
a retired mt-niiaiu. hr came h*-i** .ix
ea aco from '!..'.:. ffc kmvaa
l-. i*- Dora Rervk-ea arera Prt I
Ml <;..rooo l-Uro-i..i Hoo,... wiih Imrial
in Mt Sin:ii I'm-ii
MRS. REBECCA MASCHEBET
77, >f _. i v.i.i bird, died Keb A
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FRED PALMER
10. of
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he--e ev*n reara airo from Xea Tark
Mr leavea hij arlft Ad
father and mother, mil hi- .
mother. :ill from out of toa
..-. Fh. '. at Kir ie-Beach He-
ll 'l.apel.
FRED STEIN
?.7. of li:> (Vran dr. di-I FVb. ". A
bot i line aara a*o
Xew York Sm..,.--
hta daoajhtar, .lid and a brother.
s-rv ii nii'l h-iiii! *.*.- -r NV.. 1
with l:r -i le-Bearh Mem
in charaw ( arranaementa locaBj
MRS BESSIE SlEGLER
7. of <2!7 Bmaraoa ava died FVb. t
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danshiera Incl idlnai M :
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a id Imrial arara It. N. w York with
ride-Beach Men orl >l Ph 'ik-I i:
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NATHAN LEVY
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daiiehter. Mr. Itlanrh, \A--hl'h- -
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Harvard Investors
Acquire Control
Of Metro Bank
Harvard Investors. Inc.. a Dela-
ware corporation with its home of-
fice in Miami, has acquired a con-
trolling interest in the Metropoli-
tan Bank of Miami from Arthur
Vining Davis, according to an an-
nouncement Wednesday.
While neither the purchase price
Mr the number of shares involved
have been disclosed, it is under- {
stood that considerably more than |
a majority of the bank's outstand-
ing capital stock changed hands i
for a price in excess of $2 million.
Harvard Investors, Inc., a pub-
lic company listed en the Ameri-
can Stock Exchange, is headed
by B. J. Harris as president and
A. J. Harris as chairman of the
board. A. J. Harris is had of
Midwest Mortgage Co. and he
and his nephew are associated '
together on many other enter-
prises.
National Funding Corporation, a
mortiage organization of which
the Harrises are a part, participat-
ed with J. Maxwell Pringle 4 Co..
national mortgage brokers, in ar-
ranging for the $19,191,780 financ-
ing for the long awaited Capehart
housing now starting at the Home-!
stead Air Force Base.
The Harrises financed and con-;
structed the first, and one of the
largest housing projects in the!
country for the United States Mih
tary forces. They have continued !
in this field of financing and have ;
arranged financing throughout the
United States.
Changes in the board of direc
tors will be held to a minimum.
Davis acquired control of the
Metropolitan Bank some two years
ago from the group which had
organitod the bank in 1933.
Following his acquisition of con-
trol he was elected board chair-
man and president, which positions
he held until succeeded by G.
James Hughes in July. 1956. Davis
continued to serve as a director
of the bank, but has been unable
to take an active interest in its
affairs during recent months and
there have been a number of re-
cent reports that a sale was im
minent.
Dunlap Named
Acting P.O. Chief
Eugene M. Dunlap. former dis-
trict operations manager for the
Post Office Department in South
Florida, was sworn in as acting
postmaster for the Miami Post
Office Friday in the main court
room of the Federal bldg.
Officiating at the ceremonies
was Richard E. Daniels, postal in-
spector.
A career employee. Dunlap be-
gan his service in Williamsport.
Pa. He later became a postal in-
spector in New England and came
lo Miami in that capacity. In
March, 1955, he was appointed dis
trict operations manager, super-
vising all post offices from Titus
ville, on the east coast, to Tarpon
Springs, on the west, and south
to Key West.
He takes over the cnair vacated
by the death of Samuel R. Valliere
last Dec. 18 James G. Reeder, Mi-
ami's assistant postmaster, has
been officiating in the interim.
Cohen to Sell
Homes in Area
Ted Cohen, one of the new mem-
bers of the Miami Beach Board of
Realtors, has opened offices at
127 Lincoln rd., in Uie Di Lido
hotel.
He has been in the real estate
and hotel management business
for the last four years, coming to
Florida five years ago. This year
he is serving as president of the
Junior Chamber of Commerce is
a member of Amvets, ,he Aircraft
Owners and P.lots Assn., and
many other cmc and fraternal or-
ganizations in Miami Beach.
He is an alumnus of the U S
Naval Academy of Annapolis. Coi
hen has announced he will special-
ize in Ue selling of fine homes
" ffnXCfl" y henry leonaro"
T) ml
"On this Bar Mitzvoh day I can categorically slate I on
net a man, but rather a youngster emerging from pub-
erty fo advanced adolescence, end sharing with yew
the ambivalent emotions of whkh I ant bounteoutly
sensitized."
Oaar tear, Leonard Frmua
Budget Committtee Picks Harris Chief
Abel J. Harris, noted welfare
leader and a key figure in Miami's
Combined Jewish Appeal, has
been named
chairman of the
budget commit-
tee of the Great-
er Miami Jewish
Federation.
In announcing
the appointment.
Federation pres-
ident Aaron M.
Kanner Wednes-
day said that vlaan
Karris is "well
informed in matters of finance, al-
locations, and welfare require-
ments.
"He is especially aware of the
needs in Israel, having seen the
immigration picture first-hand as
a member of the IJJA overseas
study mission a few months ago."
Harris has been active in the
Initial Gifts Division of CJA, and
is a member of Federations ex-
ecutive committee end beard ef
governors.
He is a trustee of Mt. Sinai Hos-
pital, vice president of Temple Is-
rael, and a member of the Univer-
sity of Miami Citizens' Advisory
Council. He has .served with Fed-
eration's budget committee
jther important units.
First meeting is bein"
he new chairman for Wedna
noon at his office. 120 NE 9th i
Budget committee has the |
sponsibili'y of studying and
uating the requirements of all
ticipating agencies of CJA,
making allocations to these
ficiaries from funds raised
annual campaign.
Wrong Rightei]
NEW YORK fJTAi-
Meyer Levin won a Su
Court Jury award if $50.0
cently in his complaint aba
two stage versions of "The
of Anne Frank.".
The jury deliberated ten
before handing up the va
a ainst Otto Frank, who wisi
Frank's father, and Ke
Bloomgarden, who produces
play on Broadvay. Levin had'
tended during the 20-day tri'
he was defrauded of his
after he wrote a stage adapui
of the diary of the Jewish
ager who died in a Nazi
I ration camp.
'A-^*fl*^* Sh'EEHAN BUICK. INC.
, WISMtS TO AMNOUNCf THE APP0INTMIH1 Of
MR. BERNARD BERKOW
AS
Asst. Sales Manager
"Better Buick Buys By Bernie"
KAMI'S HIGHtST V01U7M IU/CK SALtSKAN
WITH SHUMAN BUICK SMI l53
*f WO01D APPKCIAT! YOUR COMTACTJNC HIM
W RfSARB TO TOUR TRANSPMTATIOM NUM.
2301 S.W. 8th Street Phone K 4-lo>


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[eligious Services
u ,PAFL. 7M1 Carlyle ave I
E^'judie. for Kvil Pur-
LEMES.*M,oWmh.v..C.
^.Z,n,n.r,Mn.
tw.wxriasas
Kfe: .rt^o-T^
B*/Snta' M.tivaB: .i.-fir.-v.
1^ :,"*......i m '"wr'.....
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i ci -W SW i7'h v "-thodox.
Cl. shmarvahii T. Swireky.
P-'ETnT -Saturday laM "
I | character of
'if
CA.MDIEl/GHT/NG TIME
24 Shevat 5:59 pan.
HEBREW SELF-TAUGHT
r AHARON ROSEN
fak l-"-
L HKETH. '2?50 NW 2nd ave.
r.' -
, Cantor Hy
an Fein.
Iru rtHAEL. 000 Prairie ave.
l.^, RabPi H. Loui. Rottman.
-.-. ii m HhI irday 8:4-> a.m.
'"Weekly I'm lion."

hu JACOB. 301-311 Washington
f Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Jrtor Maurice Mamehee.
.,111 Saturday **" m-
,. Saruion: What i* Hala-

i RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave.
jdo. RaOB. Ane Becker. -
[' ,..,. s..i irda> l:W "'
lion- "t l!' '"'"'I"

.- TfltAH 935 Euclid awa. Ortho-
p. *, Joseph E. Rackoveky.
* lay 10 a.m.
, r, ill .liiilal-in
-.,..... u U> PortSOtl
be HE.GHTS JEWISH CENTER.
flH SW 2nd ave. Conaarvatiwa.
bebi Nathan H Zwitman.
. is |. hi .- inon: "SToni the
f I ,i | iti. \l..-.-.s .if SlnHi."
pnla\ 1(1:45 lh*flre>fa tor fn
rangrecatlon i- be > -lumen after
htrtk-rs.
-
liCLER-GRANADA. SO NW Slat pi.
pnwrvativa. Rabbi Murray A.
1:1) p.m. Special e;uent: Hm-
boa* of Kn.i-I,'- iif I'ythlaa. lUlilil
Jl anil til.- .....K.i TepK
I | lonathan and Ihnnon Hiid
|,. natural > I I" a.m.
-
*REW ACADEMY, ail Sth at
Hhpaii. Rabbi Aicxandar Groaa.
] a
Lleah-MIAMI SPRINGS. 51 Fla-
paga Way Conservative. Rabbi Lao
:i \' Healthy
Whalilwl boat- Mr. and A l a.
fri< Rjii lilln: M md Alr. I <
p->ii pa i honoi Ittl
I .-.Mill;."..'.. Y.J Mil. 'J h n,
a
Iaelite center. 3in sw aatr.
r. Contervat.ve Raobi Morton
llUviky
I i- in. Serinon.
'ill* Cum.. .. I., M a in
o
ESETM ISRAFL M1J Euclid v.
phadox. Rabbi David Lohrfiald.
pnior Abraham Seif.
.mi S.-i limn
; i u .,ni ii( y.. si-
n "HlatoricaJ
*.-Il\r
--
Mil HEBREW CONGREGAT ON
P' 8W 1h ve. Orthodox. Rabbi
man April. Cantor Berela Kalemer.
T' -'"ii l"i ii mi. i'.ii. -i -,..-.11. -
I W'.iit... \,,(, ll.Hiini, .hi. rin-
l>( Mall II.--
F' '' I" a ill. St-riiinil :
frkiy Poiilnn
-
Mi .i I ..iiiK.iiiiitin.

TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER M
AiL. 37 Nc mth at^*,Utien..Rbbi,
joaopn Naf^T.. CSntor Jaco> born-
oi
Kri.!a> 1:1] p.m. <;,n-.i spiritual lead-
et: I'r. Si.miiiu.ii I;. I-1 ii..i. ..( I'liti.-
i.imkii. hi. I'.i-vlli.f will ai.*t i.hi.i.i.i
.iiiiual liha'-irni' > Tempi* InrnH Mnraikav, un.i will kI\-
four l...ok i.\i.-\\r-- al an i.ilii fa ilh Iom
,..n,. i. ,i t>) in-- -i erl......i V\*.inrM-

I TEMPLE JUDEA. 330 Palermo ave
Liberal. Rabbi Morns Skop. Cantor
Herman Gottlieb.
i-v.i.ir v.i. p.m. pertrlce .i.-.ii. ..i.-i lo
Seoul Sabbath. Harmon: "Inveatmeni
romorrow." TriH.|i ; uaj-tk-IAaiu-:
a K.iKai tailler, .ii John naber,
si.-\.n i;i..n an.i -|i.iiiiii\ in. Sat-
urday ''I* a.m. Bar .Mltixah: How-
urt, ..... ..f .Mr. nn.I aaTn. Manuel s.-i-
kin.
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TEMPLE NER TAMID. ed at 80th at. and Tatum Waterway.)
Surfeide Town Hall. Modern Tradi-
tional.
I |. in .ii Hurfaade Town Hall.
siiiui.iio : a .in. and p.m, i Tsil
i 'arl^ I"

TEMPLE SINAI OP NORTH MIAMI.
13ist at. and NE Sth ave. Reform
Rabbi Benno M. Walloon.
Kililav s:1". ii.ui Her moo: Tiii.-Ii.i-.
Hop* for Hi-- il..|"l.
factory -^ >m
behl-hali-roh- fitf^n
shel
after
ah-hah-reh
they (f.pl.)
hehn
morning
bdh-ker
10, v.alk(rn.s.)
hoh-lehkh
-inx .107
in -108
npa .109
.110
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on .dh't: ""Jjl nn33
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.n:?3 pno^n
TEMPLE ZION. 5720 W 17th at. Con-
.rvative. R.ibo* Alfred Waxnian.
KtIiIm\ I SO p.m. Sermon: "The
iiIiik of Jowirh UW." Saturday 8 a.m.

TIFERETH ISRAEL- 00 N. Miami
avo. Conservative. Rabbi Abraham
Heraon Cantor Albert OlanU.
tlilay 1:30 P-ni Bartnon: "The
striinle Kriwtun ih.- Klooh and Ihi
Spirit." Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon:
SiiKlim ToajraSH llonuiii IHpnlty.
Klddunh hoot: Sam Kli m-ht-nl-auiii.

ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER 44 Z,
mora avo. Conaarvative. Rabbi B
Leon Hurwita. Cantor Rudolph Brill
you (f.pl.)
ah-ten
do (m.s.)
oh-se
evening
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RAMi S010M0N fRffOr
,nin3iy inx jtrrfa vn%
.nin3iy ]T\
.3tfv ,nai ."n^in ,-iaia
JtcaW/fl; WUttrU m vocalized Easy Hebrew, and also material for
advanced students may be obtained through your local Hebrew
Organization or by wulmg to: But Ivrit Olamit, P.OB. 711),
Jerusalem, Israel.
' PubliiheJ by Brit Unt Olamit
Rabbi Frcchof Will
Be Heard Sunday
Jews and Judaism in America
Our Strength and Our Weak-
ness" will be the subject of an
aildress to be delivered by Rabbi
i Dr. Solomon B. Freehof at Temple
I Beth Sholom Sunday evening. 8:15
p.m.
Henry E. Wolff, president of the
South Florida Cooncil of the Union
cf American Hebrew Congrega-
tions, sponsor of the event, said
Wednesday that th<* program is
open to the public without charge.
Dr. Freehof, rabbi of Temple
Rodef Shalom, Pittsburg, Pe., is
a p*t president of Ihe Central
Conference of America Rabbis,
and chairman of ihe Commis-
sion on Education cf Ins Confer-
ence end the UAHO.
He is one of the nation's author-
ities on the Talmud and modern-
day Judaism.
Also appearing on the program
will be Leon Ell. member of the
national board of UAHC, and Rab-
bi Leon KronLsh. Beth Sholom spir-
itual leader and a member of the
Commission on Education of the
1 UAHC.
How AZA Youth Respond to Community Need
JTICELLO PARK. iMth at. I
"th ave Conservative. Ra
tac Lrr. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb.
and
bbi
i' hwy. Conservative. Rabbi
R,**1". Cantor Maurice Nou.
I'in. s.-rnu.i, "impurtMiU'e
W Mtudent'a Kole In t'onareKa-
Ml Li.- I.,,.., ,. .,., ..,, rtu.
tar.*"11 '"" '''- Sunny Taylor,
Ui',' i, IV ""'- Ami lieraman.
N " iaiii inn Kiauovsxr
A television console is donated
to the Variety Children's Hospital
by a group of teen-agers.
That makes for pleasant read-
ing, but what is behind this gen-
erosity?
Miami AZA 322, boys' chapter
of B'nai B'rith Youth Organiza-
tion, is the group of teen-agers
responsible, and Bill Cohen, com-
munity service chairman, is the
person who spearheaded the
drive.
Miami AZA had me money
to pay for this sort through the
proceeds collected from fund-
raising drives. But this project
rs just one of many undertaken
by the group- _______
Purpose of the chapter is bmsed
on a five-fold and full program,
which is carried on through vari-
ous committees, with the cooper-
ation of the entire chapter.
One committee is community
service which, led by Cohen, has,
besides donating the television,
given a holiday party for under-
privileged youth, and acted as
counselors for the Cardiac Home.
Athletic committee chairman
levball. basketball, and softball
Jerry Spector leads football, vol-
events every Sunday.
Cultural committee is under
the helm of Mel Kami. ?*>cial
committee is led by Joel Feiss.
One of the meet important
Noted Kaballah Scholar is Miami Visitor
J :""l Mini,'., i.
r- Sriiin.n: \\ ,
ilunp Saturday
-. I'..i lion."
tTrSH0RE CENTE. 6
75th
>nvative. Rabbi Mayer
i'm.v,,t. Can|or Edara K,ei
K nun -ii.il-
, ,. I th' "'
m Seiinon: "Woekl) BW
e
h 3?5*M JEW,M CENTER.
f""ou, o.,M""'ci< b,0t U of M.
f-maard rm- Rlbbi H<"-0"- M-
p.m s, ..,; "atoaaa Men-
Rabbi Levi Isaac Krakovsky is
in Miami this week to discuss with
the area's cultural leaders sponsor-
ship of his latest work in progress,
"The Dawning Light."

t|n J,|,,Mn ,,,.,, ;,.;
f x"' n l. HJIatory."
iw":j*w
l'in
"ISH CENTER. 6438
Jjahao, Uur,,rV,,iV*- "bbl
r-an-
e
WLLE,i5ETH SHLOM. 4i4Cho "torn/*' Rnbi Loon Kroniah.

rmoa "Tholl
;' third In .,
Trove/ Treofs feefere
France, Islam, Japan
Travel Treats series will feature
films on France Islam and Japan
in the Miami Public Library audi
torium at 1 and 8 p.m Thursday.
Feb. 20.
Scheduled for afternoon and eve-
ning showing are "Holiday in Ja-
pan." a film which shows colorful
Japanese festivals; "Islam,"
which shows the historical back-
and "Your Two Weeks in France."
featuring landmarks and resorts of
France.
r l-.i Mi,,! ,k"i Keturdas 10:0
In.,, of Mi
"'itr!M,UEl- ,TO1 WaahlHh-
Can,or iprael Raich.
IN \a
I "'> a in S^r.....i,
*a, 4 "'' Mils.
"'"Killer of M, .,,,,1 )|ii
Critically acclaimed as an ex-
pert in Kaballah. he is the author
of "Kaballah The Light of Re-
demption."
Other of RabW Krakovsky's
works include "Man Goal of
Creation;" translation and anno-
tation of "General Principles of
Kaballah," by Moses Chaim Lui-
lato; and "Key to Paradise."
The Russian-born spiritual lead
er. who came to America at the '
age of 12, attended Yeshiva Col-j
lege in New York and studied Tal-
mud in Israel.
His writings have been acclaim-
ed by H. A. Wolfson. of the Depart-
ment of Semitic Languages
History at Harvard University: Dr.
Abraham Heschel, of the Jewish
Theological Seminary of America,
renowned scholar Rabbi Leo Jung;
and the late Joshua Bloch, of the
New York Public Library Depart-
ment of Judaica.
Rabbi Krakovsky is staying
45430 Post ave., Miami Beach.
at
committees is raligious, whose
chairman is Jery Shavin. He
plans religious function* for
the chapter every week.
A monthly newspaper is put
out by Miami AZA. Mel Frish-
man is editor of "The 322 Mitz-
vah."
President of the 20 year-old or-
ganization composed of 35 Miami
Senior High students is Fred
Basch. Vice president is Larry
Marks. Secretary is Bob Liebert,
and treasurer is Bob Simon.
One of the leading youths in
the group Ls Bernie Weiner. vice
president of Miami Senior High
Student Council.
Each June. Miami AZA 322
has a "Sweetheart Dance." the
only mooey-makin;,' project of the
club, in which they choose a
sweetheart. This year she
Hazel Miller.
Meetings are held at Miami
Hebrew School and Congregation
every Thursday night.
AMfftfCAN atMatl
RELIGIOUS STORE
1S57 WASHINGTON AVE.
MIAMI BEACH JE 1-7722
A BIG SELECTION OF BAR
MITZVAH OUTFITS and
SYNAGOGUE SUPPLIES
and
Miami Hebrew leek Store
Mi.r sst^-^&m
Hebrew Relllioue "'*'
ynaoooueo, Schoole A Private Uae
ISRAELI A DOMESTIC O.FTS
Rabbi Dr. Tiber H. Stem
311 Washington Ave., fA. 0.
Phones: JE 1-2205 JS MHf


14-B
*Jewis*ncrkOar
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I

In a salute to their employees. Grand Union Shown (left to right) are Eduardo Monto. who
Company, second oldest food chain in country, will replace treasurer Eugene P. King (stanaing).
will dedicate Tuesday. Feb. 18. to "Clerks' Richard Heck, who will take over from pies-
Day when 22 employees of 11 local Grand ident Vernon C. Hill; and (standing) William
Union and B-Thrifty supermarkets in Miami W. Brady, executive vice president, who will
Division will take over for one day positions be replaced by Frank Moore,
of top management and general managers.
Grand Union, B-Thrifty 'Clerks' Day'
Provides Foretaste of Future for 22
Management of the Grand Union, in the United States. Its corporate
Supermarkets, from the president
and officers to the store level, will
rest for one day. Tuesday. Feb. 18.
Their jobs will be in the hands of
lineage dates back to 1872 when
the Jones Brothers Tea Company
was founded in Scranton. Pa.
During the intervening years.
22 store clerks chosen by their fel- the Grand Union Company has
low workers as "most likely to sue- grown and expanded until today it
ceed."
The annual Clerks' Day" pro-
gram, being observed this year
for the first time in the Miami Di-
vision of the food chain, aims to
is America's 10th largest food
chain and 19th largest retailing or-
ganization of any kind.
Grand Union currently operates
381 markets in ten eastern states,
the District of Columbia and Cana
per cent ever the previous year.
So far, sales are in e*ess of tKt
last fiscal year and will exceed
$40fl,IO,eOO for th fiscal year
which will end in March.
Throughout its history. Grandi
Union has been a leader in pro-
viding employee benefits, in em-
Citizens Federal
Reelecfs Officers;
Points to Increases
All officers of Citizens Federal
Savinga and Loan Assn, of Hialeah
! were re-elected at a recent annual
meeting. David Stuzin, president,
has announced.
Directors of the association are
I Leo J. Adeeb, J. W. Barfield, C. C.
. Oiensparger, S. F. Panels, Charles
Hertzoff and Stuzin.
Officers reelected include Stuzin,
president; Danels, executive vice
president and treasurer; Adeeb,
first>ice.president and secretary;
Robert I. Boyer. assistant secre-
tary and loan officer; Jean Elkin,
savings officer; Kenneth R. Kin-
ard, auditor; W. Bently Glass, ad-
vertising and public relations; and
Lura Rowell, head teller.
Mrs. Elkin wat elected assis-
tant secretary in addition to her
position as savings officer, a job
she has hold sine* joining the
association in December, 1956.
Prior to this, Mrs. Elkin served
as assistant secretary with the
Wilkinsburg Federal Savings and
Loan Assn. for 11 yoars before
moving to Florida. She is a grad-
uate of the Noble Thompson Busi-
ness College in Pittsburgh and an
active member in the American
Savings and Lean Institute. She
is also a member of the Order of
Eastern Star, Perm Hills No. 525.

Fred A. Sandier, 1758
23rd st., representative oil
ropolitan Life Insurance (.
pany. has returned from 1
York City where he
pated in a two-week
course on advanced life.
derwriting techniques a]
practice*.
over that of a year age.

Promoted to the position of as-
sistant treasurer was Kinard, who
ployee training, and in employee- j joined the association as auditor
management liaison. An example i iast January. Kinard is a graduate
strengthen the understanding ofda additiorii the COmpany\>
store personnel of the managerial
and executive functions of the com-
pany, to emphasize to employees
the varied opportunities that ex-
ist within Grand Union, and to
demonstrate management's confi-
dence in the people associated with
the company.
As far as is known, the Grand
Union Company was the first na-
tionally known food retailer to
turn over the entire operation of
the company to store clerks one
day each year. The first "Clerks'
Day" was observed in 1950. The
success and popularity of the
program that year, with both
management and store employ-
ees, prompted Grand Union to
make it an annual event, and
this marks thj eighth annual ob-
servance by the food chain.
The Grand Union Company is
the second oldest retail food chain
Route Division operates home
service routes in 23 states.
General headquarters are located
in East Paterson. N.J. Thorough-
ly decentralized, however. Grand
Union operates throu_h nine Di-
visions, each with its own head-
quarters. These are located in Mt.
Kisco. N.V.; Carlstadt, N.J.; Wat-
erford, NY.: East Syracuse. N.Y.;
Asbury Park. N.J.; Manchester,
N.H.; Washington, D.C.; Miami.
Fla.; and Hamilton, Ontario. Cana-
da.
The most recently completed
fiscal year, which ended March
2, 1957, was the most successful
in the loni history of Grand Un-
ion. Both sales and earnings
were the highest ever. Sales to-
taled $374,155,488, an increase of
almost 4*6 per cent in the past
decade. Earnings after taxes
were 55,049,315, an increase of 41
of the latter is Clerks' Day. Em-
ployee benefits include vacations
with pay. sick pay, hospitalization,
a retirement plan, group insurance
and a stock option plan. Those
holdin managerial positions also
participate in a liberal profit-shar-
ing plan.
Among those taking part in the
local observance of "Clerks' Day."
will be Richard Heck, 1241 NE
26th St.. North Miami Beach. An
employee of the Grand Union Su-
permarket at 450 NE 125th St.. in
North Miami, he will be president
for a day, replacing Vernon C.
Hill. Executive vice president will
be Frank Moore. 95 SW 19th ter..
replacing William W. Brady.
Eduardo Monto, 343 NE 17th St..
from B-Thrifty supermarket at
1753 NE 2nd ave.. will be treasurer
for a day, replacing Eugene P.
King.
of the University of Miami.
He has also recently been elect-
ed a member of the American In-
stitute of Certified Public Account-
ants and holds active membership
in the Florida State Institute of
CPA's, Dade county chapter of
Florida Institute of CPA's and the
Accounting Society of Miami.
Stuiin reported a record 12
months of growm ana progress
for his association since moving
into its new building a year age,
during which time the associa-
tion's total assets have reached a
record 518,101,034 for n in-
crease of better than 50 percent
Savings accounts advane
$10,340,272 in Decimberij
a current $14,781,207, gtf
42 percent increase. wfcH
amount of monies investetsj
mortgage loans reached afl
$14,164,727 for an increase)
percent over that of a year i
LIGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COUNT
ELEVENTH JUO.CIAL CIR
FLORIDA. IN AND FOft
COUNTY IN CHANCERY No.(
VIl'TOK 1'KAR.Si.N,
Mnlnttff.
v.
i:i.l,KN PEARSON,
Kcfendant.
TO: raJUBN PBAR80N
Residence l'nkn' You are required i" -ervei)
your nriMWer to the Hill of CM
for Divorce on the pielmlffii
anil to Hie the orlain.H unnrerR
office of the Clerk of the ilreaH
on or before the 17t:i 'lav nf |
A IV. IK.,*; otherwise, the Hill .[C
plaint for Divorce, heretofon |
herein, will be taken rts conttt
Katcl at Miami. KWlea, tatj
llth day of Kehruarv. Ijil
K. II. I.KATIIKKMAS'.
( l.rk of ti>, t'lrraH f
I>;i i~..ili lly: JOAN hXEKIf
) i. im>ci
BKN RUSKS, Ban
ion BeyboM lihla.
Miami, norlda
t/tt-n-tt. a/i
Handel is Her Topic
Mme. Hilda Steuerman will dis-
cuss the life of Georg Frederich
Handel at a music workshop class
in the Miami Public Library audi-'
torium 7:30 p.m.. Wednesday. Ex-
erdsea in ear training and the,
construction of major and minor
scales will also be practised.
TED COHEN
Realtor
ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF AN OFFICE FOR
REAL ESTATE
Specializing: in Homes"

at
127 LINCOLN ROAD ENTRANCE DI LIDO HOTE |
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
JEfJerson 2-3306
535^*3?
**.
Team sponsored by realtor Irvina Hoffman in
North Shore Little League copped flaq in play-
off with Alton Photo-Normandie Berber Shoo
team, 13 to 4. Hofiman is shown above with
kis squad: Joel Kleinman, Stu Gariish. Joel
Kreyer Coach Roy Lewis. Bobby Flam. Nat
Bubschman. Mike Newman. Johnny Krauss
Don Sayeth Jay Weinstein, HaroldI Klelr!A
bert Scdowsky. Barry Topel. Bill Praorrtcy. and
maacots Micky Prgorsky and Pete Sayeth.


. February 14. 1958
+ k*isb fktkUrui
15-B
m Subcommittee Hears Report on Faith
(Questioning in Census, U.S. Ruling Cited
0WHE^
fc-MTED NATIONS --
, aue.u.n of HflttM relu.ous
bion m national censuses
KUl lat w--ek at the Uj*
Kkkio:^ bcommwsion which
Eglg,Mi in discussing a report
I disenmination in religious
and practises^.
"The P"rt brought to the at-
heioa of the United Nations the
S hat many states do not .ti-
le information concerning re-
its affiliation in the..-official
Kuses Mohammed Awad, of
Spt.cha.rman of the subcom-
,, criUciied the United
! Se, for not including the ques-
I tion of religion in its official pop-
I ulation census.
Jewish organisations, as wall
aa various non-Jewish groups,
objected recently to the inclu-
sion of a question on religion in
the U.S. census on the ground
that this would violate the sep-
aration of church and state
principle of the American Con^
stitution. Aa a result the Bu-
reau of Census decided to con-
tinue its longstanding practice
of not inserting the question of
religious affiliation in the next
the 19oOcensus.
Replying to the Egyptian dele-
gate. Judge Theodore Spaulding
of the United States told the sub-
commission that the Bill of Rights
of the U.S. Constitution contain-
ed in the First Amendment a pro-
hibition which restrained the gov-
ernment from passing any laws
relating to the establishment of
religion. It had been construed
by the courts "very broadly be-
cause nothing has-been permit-
ted to enter m the situation that
would affect the freedom of re-
ligion" guaranteed. It had been
felt that "no official recognition
should be given to any religion or
any information relating to the
census," Judge Spaulding con-
cluded.
A. Fomin, of the USSR, said
tSat Soviet legislation banned
"asking the believer or the non-
believer or anyone seeking a
job" for information as to what '
religion such individual belong-
ed. Therefore, in his country
there were no ifitjajjrt j* fr-
ing considered that these might
have "bad repercussions" for
irdividuals. The desire was to
avoid additional possible
grounds for discrimination, ho
said.
Claude Chayet of France said
that the Republic of France un-
der its constitution prohibited any
public document from recording j
the religion of anyone. The state ]
would consider it discrimination <
vis-a-vis the individual to ask |
about his religious affiliation.

Discussing results of recent bia CIA Apartments Division
rally here at SevUle hotel. Directing important event were
(left to right* Oscar Member and Daniel M. Broad. Division
chairmen, and Irving Schatzman. president of Miami Beach
Apartment House Assn., which is lendinq cooperation to CIA
campaign._______________________________________
North Dade Men's Club to Mset Tuesday Eve
Newly reorganized Men's Club
of the North Dade Jewish Center
will meet Tuesday evening under
the leadership of Stanley L. Cohen,
temporary chairman.
Among the activities planned by
t coming months are a steh-nj* in their blood bank are Seymour Esbin secretary-vice
donation. Sunday morning break- presides* and Tob.n Messmger.
fasts and a concentrated member Monroe Sch.ffman. Henry Gilbert
ship drive. and Carl Broder. board of direc-
Named for officers of tho club.' tors. _________
Dade Federal Assn.!
[Lists Appointments
John A. Laws, assistant cashier
I of Dade Federal Savings and Loan
|Asn. of Miami, has been appoint-
[fd by thp bnard of directors to
manage the association's Allapat-
tah Branch office at 1400 NW 36tb
1st.
Josorh If. Upton, president of
Ithe thrift institution, made the an- ,
Inouncemem Wednesday. Robert J.j
Connelly, assistant cashier, will be;
I assi>tant manager of the same ,
[branch office.
Laws came to Dade Federal
rly in IMf, after 23 years with
'he South Brooklyn Savings
Binlc in Brooklyn, N.Y. Connolly
hs been with the association
since 1952.
Other appointments include the
n of Harceua Ifennltt and
I Canton Code* to assistant cashier
I-t-\ Mrs. Mennitt serves in the
Tamiami Branch of-
l 1301 SW 8th st.
She ha been with thit office
| since its establishment in 1953.
Colley a!- ul the associ-
ate s Tamiami Branch.
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