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

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

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Bwislh-iaDipidliiaun
Combinin, THE JEWISH (HOT/ and Till JEWISH WEEKLY
, 32 Number 10
Miami, Florida, Friday. March 7, 1958
WA Kick Off Nets
18 Million as Airman
\Urges Wider Support
Brig. Gn. Dan ToHcowsky, Commander of tho Israel Air Force,
1,500 delegates o tho United Jewish Appeal lSt notional inaugural
,recf in Miami Beach Sunday thot the alignment of Egypt and
i into the United Arab Republic under Gamal Nasser has produced
f strut** and difficulties for Israel's people.
28 Pages Two Sections
Price 20tf
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"No one knows." Gen. Tolkowskv
commented, "what the polities.*
combination of Egypt and Syria
holds in store for the Middle East
and the rest of the world. But Is-
rael's people know full well that
they must tighten their belts an-
other notch to continue the build-
ing of a free and democratic nation
and to prepare for whatever con-
tingencies may lie ahead."
This new development, he said,
makes it more imperative than
ever for American Jews to take
over financial responsibility for the
ie Greets
iDL Dinner
[or Congress
IASH1NGTON - Eisenhower Monday greeted
Anti-Defamation League of humanitarian work for caring for
GEM. DAN TOtKOWSKr
. ti-rhttn belts
B'rith's dinner honoring
ess for civil rights legisla-
and said "it is fitting that
Congress be cited for this legis-
by B'nai B rith, a pioneer
field of human rights."
rming tho Civil Rights Act of
"a significant event in the life
i nation," the President noted
di.Tiity of debate on the meas-
I the "minimum of deliber-
structioniMn." He said "pre-
and emotionalism were
ny discarded in favor of
w and logic."
Eisthower told the ADL's
gressional tribute dinner he
."""d that "the new corn-
won on civil rights will be ef-
f> in placing pertinent facts
,r* !" African people and
woviding an example of mod-
* nd understanding in
difficult subjects. But for
Continued on Page 16 A
the hundreds of thousands of up-
rooted Jews who were given haven
in Israel in recent years.
Gen. Tolkowsky made his ur-
gent plea for continued end in-
creasing help from the American
Jewish community to build new
lives for the vast influx of new-
comers to Israel at the 1958 in-
augural dinner of the United Jew-
ish Appeal, closing session of the
Appeal's three-day inaugural con-
ference at the Fontainebleau
hotel.
An immediate response to the Is-
rael Air Force chiefs plea was
made by the 1.500 Jewish leaders
from communities throughout the
country attending the dinner with
the announcement of initial indi-
vidual contributions to the UJA
totaling $18,400,000.
Morris W. Berinstein, UJA gen-
eral chairman, who presided, hail-
ed "this outpouring of magnificent
Continued on Page 13 A
UAR Gets 1
Seat at UN
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)
Omar Loutfi, who has been head
of the Egyptian delegation to the
United Nations, officially informed
Secretary General Dag Hammar-
skjold this week that the name of
the Egyptian-Syrian federation is
the United Arab Republic. How-
ever. M. Loutfi did not present new
credentials to the Secretary Gen-
eral.
It is all but official that the
United Arab Republic will have
one seat and one vote in the United
Nations. The spokesman for the
the Eiyptian delegation, Abdul
Mawgoud Hassan, now spokesman
Continued on Pege 13A
B-G Says Merger
Can Rule Future
Of Peace or War
JERUaALEM-(JTA)-IsraeI is willing to conclude non-aggression
pacts with both the United Arab Republic of Egypt and Syria and tho
Jordan-Iran union on the basis of the territorial status quo. Prime Min-
ister David Ben-Gurion told a press conference this week in his first for-
mal statement on the recent Arab mergers.
The Prime Minister was skepti ?_____________-_______________
cal about the peaceful intentions | -, -_
Saudis Demand
Close of Akaba
Water to Israel
Argentines Elect 2 Jewish
lovernors, 6 to Parliament
iiS? A,RES--For the first time in Argentine history
VaMh p,6d *ovenon of two Provinces, and six were elected to
e nan "*. rllament- was learned here as counting of the ballots
''^1 elections was virtually completed. In addition, at least
iwlul*! are exDected to hold high posts in the government of
, **c< Arturo Frondizi.
'Governor of Formosa, a*-------------------------------------------------
northeastern Argentina
Mm Paraguay, was Dr.
*g rtV' 45. A physician who
| ""has been active in the
community and has been
F the Jewish community
, of i ?r Cutnisky is native-
" ""migrant
ki Ujls
parents
country from
who
Bess
P**M*IS, of Neuguen
*h'cn in east central
.Ordering en Chile, i.
4 "'We-berfi Angel
ci,l!.r,U/"y' **" in
*. ZUr- """"
T?n>b.r of tho Radical
nd a newspaper-
ion ,u rm Buenos A'r
i pMd the s.xth, a woman.
* 1'rovmce. One of the
** Beinicoff, was named on the slate
of unsuccessful presidential candi-
date Dr. Ricardo Balbin; the ether
four were swept into office with Sr.
Frondizi. They are:
Isaac Breyter. an engineer and
Continued en Page HA
Von Horn New
UN Truce Chief
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)
Secretary General Dag Hammarsk-
jold Monday confirmed the ap-
pointment of Maj. Gen. Carl Carl-
son von Horn, a Swde, as Chief
of Staff of the United Nations
Truce Supervision Organization in i
Palestine.
Gen. von Horn, 54, has served in
the Swedish Army for the past 37
years. He was promoted to his
present rank from that of colonel
for his present assignment. He has
held a number of responsible ad-
ministrative posts in Sweden. He
also served as executive assistant
to Count Folke Bernadotte on the
repatriation of prisoners of war
from 1943 to 1945.
Gen. von Horn is expected to ar-
rive at UNTSO headquarters in
Jerusalem about Mar. 20. Col.
Byron V. Leary of the U.S. Marine
Corps, who has been acting chief
of staff since Lt. Gen. E. L. M.
Burns of Canada became com-
mander of UNEF in November.
1958, will remain as deputy chief
of staff.
toward Israel of the Arab merger
leaders, asserting the "we have no
assurances" from Dag Hammarsk-
jold. United Nations Secretary Gen-
eral, "or anybody else that the new
United Arab Republic will respect
the armistice agreements." He
spoke to what was probably the
largest gathering of foreign corres-
pondents at an Israel press con
ference. Some 60 visiting corrcs
pondents joined the permanent re-
porters.
In a rapid-fire review of Is-
rael's security situation, the
Prime Minister said he never
thought the 1950 Tripartite De-
claration by which the United
States, France and England were
pledged to oppose any efforts ts
change present borders by force,
was still alive; tr.at if Iraq troops
approached the Jordan River
"we will have to reserve our lib-
erty of action;" and that the 1947
United Motions partition plan was
"as dead as the people who died
when the Arabs invaded Israel
despite that UN decision."
The partition plan was "dead
gone and buried." he asserted, add-
ing he uoubted that all Arabs would
want a return to the 1947 UN par-
tition borders. He cited specifical
ly Jordan, which would have to
yield a lar^e part of the territory
it seized which had been scheduled,
under the UN 1947 plan, to become
part of an independent Arab state.
Asked about Israel's readiness to
Continued on Page 12A
GENEVA-(JTA)In a slashinz
attack on Israel's rights and an
assertion of a continued state of
belligerency, Saudi Arabia Tues-
day insisted that the Gulf of Aqaba
remain a close inland Arab water-
way. This position was outlined
here by chief Saudi Arabian dele-
gate Ahmed Shukairy at an 87-na-
tion conference on world maritime
nations bein, held here.
Mr. Shukairy also said that the
presence of Arab delegates must
, not be const lued es recognition
I in any mannsr of Israel. Ho chal-
lenged the assumptions that the
laws of the sea mist be kept by
stares which do not recognize
each other. The doctrine of free-
dom of the seas together with
freedom ef navigation and com-
merce, he adJed, must all "give
way to the exigencies of war."
(The Dutch vessel Emma Folder
dropped anchor off the Israeli port
of Aqaba Monday night, inau gra-
ting a new Dutch shipping service
between Elath and African ports.
The line, owned by Dutch Sen.
Henryk Villcmse, will operate be-
tween Elath and Massawa, Dji-
bouti and Mombassa.)
Poor Old Krupp Just Wanted Company
SYDNEY _(JTA)- German in-
dustrialist Alfred Krupp, whose
visit here has evoked strong pro-
tests from both Jewish and non-
Jewish proups. told a press con-
ference this week that some of his
"best friends" were Jews, that be
would fight if another Hitler arose
in Germany, and that be was trad-
ing with Israel through the West
German reparations pact
While domowolrotors peraded
outside, Krupp also said he did
not fight Hitler because he would
have "stood alone."
He denied that he had backed
Hitler and asserted that slave la-
bor had been "forced" upon his
firm. He was convicted as a war
criminal for employing slave la-
bor and was later pardoned.
AJCong. Head Raps Quiz Change
Haskell Lazere. director of the
Southeast region of the American
Jewish Congress, warned in Mi-
ami Wednesday that "there is
still cause for fundamental con-
cern about the Johns Committee
despite the announced intention
of the committee to conduct an
investigation, belatedly, into the
activities of racists."
Lazere warned that "the com-
mittee's announcement warrants
an attitude of watchful waiting."
The AJCongress director's
statement followed the Friday
adjournment here ef the Flor-
ida Legislative Investigation
Committee heeded by Sen.
Charley Johns, ef Sterke. The
committee wes conducting an
investigation into the infiltra-
tion by Communists of the Na-
tional Assn. for the Advance-
ment of Colored People.
The committee adjourned sum-
marily Friday after the disgust-
ed charge by its spokesmen that
"witnesses have refused to co-
operate with us."
But adjournment did not come
until Rep. Cliff Herrell introduced
a resolution calling for the inves-
tigation of other subversive or-
ganizations and personalities in
the integration-segregation bat-
tle, with such possibilities eyed as
Continued on Page 2A
HASKM IAZME
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Friday. March 7.
AJCong. Head Raps Johns' Switch in Tactics
* the SAACT hy e
of Uw While
activities, ear eaa it
SAACP ntk the Whrte Ci
fa* MAACP> has
la aa earher gateat here
the arrtvai of the
aad aa
n Miaasi. the
Ciaaril of the Asxencaa Jena
Ciaym oeeUroi:
- We unpaiii that aa legis-
lative awe
of the LMOod S*S*s $
NEW YORKSin vtrtiras war,
ar eiififcse for Use receipt at h>
deasmfkatjoa imaVr the Het: Ger-
aaaa Federal Coaaaeaaatiaa La*
were arged Wedaeadav by the Coa-
fereace on Jewish Material Claims
Agaiatt Gtra-.aar to forward their
dasaaa to the German compeasa-
tioa agencies beiere Mar 31
eautuioa of the filing deadlier will
he forthcoauag. Appueatioa form'
n-.a> be obtained from the nearest
German contolate.
Newspaper Editor
To Appear Mar. 16
Harry Goidea. renowned editor
of The Carohaa Israelite. wsfi be
featured speaker a: a meeuag of
the Sooth Florida Cooeeil af the
Amencaa Jewish Centres* Mar. 16
m the Dea anile hotel.
Rabbi Yaakov hoecber?. Coac-
eil chairmaa. said wedaesday the
meetmg will observe the birthday
of the late Rabbi Stephen Wise, an
' AJCoogress founuei.
Goidea, who is nationally known
throughout the United States for
his hard-hitting editorials in "The
Carolina Israelite." ten days ago
uffered a tragic fire which virtual-
ly wiped out all of the records of
his newspaper.
Due to Gotden's stand on deseg-
regation, police have begun a thor-
ough investigation for possible ar-
son.
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throttle voluntary associations
and individuals, opposed to racial
segreeauon. who wish to exere-.s*
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"The Johns Committee thus at-
tacks one of the moat fundamen-
tal guarantees of our Constitu-
tion: right of freedom of associa-
tion. We urre all Flondians com-
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equality in a free society to rec-
ognize the dangers inherent in
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Ben-Gurion Denies Downed
Arms Were for Algerians
JTA -By Direct Teletype Wire
jEROSALEM-There is no doubt in th minds of French oovorn-
^ntofficial* that the B-17 forced down with an arm* cargo at Bom,
^rit, was an route ,T9m *e Latin American state. Premier
n*,id Ben-Gurion told the Isratl Parliament Tuesday. Althoueh ha
it raying ?> <"*? *f Monday by a He rut deputy, tha
Frnn.tr w actually attempting to assuage ooncorn and criticiam in
OH liriali prtss ** Qovernmenfs handling of tha B-17 incident had
I nwilMd in damaga ta ita relation* with Franco and had givan anti-
itmitit imnti in Franco n opportunity to proas antMsraol santi-
laMids. .__^_____
1be*Premiar aha wp'ess>d 1h
Ita* and the belief that the French
oblic would also understand and
Itcctpt the fact that the plane was
lever Algeria only in transit and
Ujt its arms cargo was meant for
Irfriendly power in Latin Amer-
licanot Venezuela as had been re-
Iported
I Despite this knowledge by the
IfMoch government, he said, the
Ijrms cargo might not be released
[tense the French, under the pres-
sure of tbe Algerian rebellion, had
[ruled that all arms found in transit
[in the""country would be seized.
Iparrs-might not want to establish a
Li precedent by releasing the ba-
Irookas, mortars and submachine
funs. Ben-Gunon said.
"In order to make the matter
|perfectly clear," said the Premier,
I shall give all the relevant de-
altsM He recounted that on Feb.
the B17 left Lydda airport en
for South America carrying
ns without ammunition. The
ns had been released for sale by
i Ministry of Defense as obsolete
e plane was a bomber widely
I by the U.S. Air Force in World
Var II.
The plant was transferred to
American ownership, and its
wiaei were marked in accord-
net, the Premier revealed. It
' wai flown by a civilian crow on-
[ gaged in Israel for tha trip. En
foutt t South America, it was
Khaiuha to itop over at tha
civilian airports at Algiers and
Dtkar, and ttw usual notifica-
tion! to mis affect ware trans-
mitted to the airports.
. hi the neighborhood of Bone, Ben-
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oped engine trouble and requested
permission to land at Bone. This
was granted. At the request of the
crew, a plane carrying six techni-
cians and a spare engine were
flown to Bone from the Bedek main-
tenance plant at Lydda, Ben-
Gurion explained.
"It is natural," (he Premier con-
tinued, "that the sudden landing in
Algeria surprised the Algerian au-
thorities, but our own authorized
representatives immediately in-
formed the French government of
the identity and purpose of the air-
craft, and members of the French
government were in no doubt of
any fact that the aircraft was des-
tined for a Latin American country
and had come to Algiers only as a
transit country and had landed at
Bone as a result of engine trouble."
Mo added: "It may bo that
though not only wo but tho
Fronch government have no
doubts in tho matter, tho Alger-
ian authorities may not permit
the Plane to reach it. destination
to avoid a precedent. But avon
i" that case there will be no
*bt in the mind of tho Fronch
Bovernment-end I hope and be-
've in tho minds of tho Fronch
public tht tho aircraft and
arm, were being .ant across the
Atlantic to a Latin American
state.
"I am confident," he stressed,
that any attempt to disturb rela-
tions between ourselves and France
as a result of this mishap will not
succeed."
Tuesday's statement, coming with
significant speed after Monday's
question, was made against a back-
ground of. mounting .newspaper
criticism o? the governments
silence over the affair and of the
confusing statements made earlier
by several spokesmen.
The swiftness of the reply was
also interpreted as evidence of the
Premier's concern with the effects
of the embarrassing incident on
French public opinion.
He'll Take Part in US.
Naval Exercises in Atlantic
T/Sgt. Herbert B. Geltner. son
of Mrs. Sam Geltner, 3311 SW 23rd
St., left Sunday for the U.S. Naval
Amphibious Base, Little Creek,
Norfolk, Va., to take part in the At-
lantic Amphibious Exercise 1-58.
T/Sgt. Geltner will be one of ten
men from Marine Aircraft Group
31 at Opa-locka to take part in the
exercise.
He is assigned to Umpire Control
Section of the problem and will
participate in photographic inter-
pretation evaluation by the forces
in the exercise.
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"Capitalize on Your Sorrows") ct.
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9 The Art of Living."
evening, 8 p.m., at the Spinoza At 8:30 pm Dr Jacques Fresco
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A Stand Against Blackmail
The 17 Jewv.n leaders who take ?be US. o
task lor tently submitting to Arab boycoa pres-
sures against Americans of Jewish tana or*
perfcarmiag a notable dory.
Such pressure tactics bore been brought to
bear bssbre. During the Kmer regime m Ger-
many, the Nazi party quizzed firms both here
end abroad with regard to personnel sought to
iiackhst "Jewish" industries, and rowed eco-
nomic reprisals against governments and com-
panies doing business with Jews.
It was Franklin Delano Roosevelt's clear
warning to the Third Reich leadership mat pat
a quick finish to these tactics. There are no
citizens of different varieties. FDR said without
equivocation. To attack the citizenry of one
faith is to attack the nation at large.
Despite mis and earlier precedents, dealing
with Czarist Russia's efforts to expand its anti-
Semitism to these shores, neither our President
nor our State Department deems it usesmy to
stand up to the Arab nations whose leadership
today seeks to make second class citizens of
Americans of the Jewish faith.
That Jewish servicemen can not serve in
VS. bases situated in Arab lands; that Jews
aie denied visas lor travel or business there;
that American firms are questioned by the
Arabs with regard to their Jewish personnel
all this is bad enough.
What makes it worse is that it relates to the
Arab war of attrition against the State of Israel.
In effect. American Jews are being stripped of
their citizenship and identified as Israeli na-
tionals.
Our government has done little enough in
the hall* of the United Nations to object to the
illegal Arab blockade against the State of Is-
rael. But to stand by while her own citizens
arm being abused is to bring shame to the na-
tionand to encourage Arab excesses even
further.
The idleness of our spokesmen in the face
of these Arab tactics symbolizes the toiling ex-
pedient diplomacy that has characterized US.
foreign policy in the Middle East during the
past six years.
Belgium. Holland and West Germany,
among others, have all sent the Arabs packing
in their efforts to intimidate these countries in
the same way they have managed to intim-
idate Washington. That mighty Uncle Sam
succumbs is not only shocking but dangerous
to the welfare of the tree nations.
A Silver-Lined Disaster
A report indicates that the dry weather in
Spain and the unseasonably cold temperatures
of California have sent Israel's exports of citrus
iruit zooming.
Which reminds us of South Florida's devas-
tating freeze, and the effect it must have had
on citrus consumption throughout the world.
We certainly do sympathize with South
Florida's farmers and fruit arove owners for the
terrible losses the intemperate climate has in-
flicted on them.
But at least some good came of the disas-
ter if Israel's exports rose sharply by what the
statistics indicate are half a million cases of
fruit in just a short period of time.
IStAiL SAHDWKHID
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Series of Coincidences'
Coincidences seem to be running rile in the
Slate of Norm Carolina.
First there was a hh;~j attempt made
on Temple Beth Q in Charlotte.
Last week, there was the aborted bombing
or Temple Emanuel in Gastonia.
Neither or these acts oi vandalism, for-
tunately, came ott.
Buf the Carolina Israelite, of Charlotte,
burned down all oi a sudden, as a result of
"flames oi unknown origin." Editor and pub-
lisher Harry Golden had just left for New York
on a lecture tour.
It is a matter of record that Golden had
been for weeks before hammering away at the
Y.u. Klux Dan of his state.
There is. of course, no proof that the de-
molishing of the Carolina Israelite offices was
a deliberate act of arson. But the unsuccessful
bombings of the two synagogues in Charlotte
and Gastonia were obviously deliberate.
We certainly hope that North Carolina
authorities make a concerted effort at capturing
the culprits in this series of "coincidences."
How to Create Good Will
International president of B'nai B nth Philip
M. Klutznick made a good point in an address
here last week.
Klutznick scored our excessive concern
with space as a jumping off spot for future war-
fare, and our increasing neglect of genuine at-
tempts at establishing peace right here on
earth.
We certainly agree with Klutznick that the
U.S. must continue to match both technical and
scientific wits with the Russians, but that this
must not be done to the exclusion of a massive
effort at selling American ideals to the uncom-
mitted peoples of the world.
Democracy is its best salesman. If we can
show these people that we live democratically,
and that we are willing to help them do the
same, we will have gone a much greater dis-
tance toward the establishment of peace than
by shooting off the mwl potent missileor by
setting into orbit the heaviest and most com-
plex earth satellite.
No matter how optimistic we may be about
our technical achievements, they chiefly relate
to deterrent warfare. American ideals do not.
It is obvious which is the better way of creating
good will.
0* THE Uh
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preved highly instructive I
** "^g? to ,u**l art i
* P**e: fM dance ha*,
ways i>Rgfcan me u -fty
degree. Bet tnhal was a nor?
Why? There are many answers
All oi them I believe, revolt
around eomr4ex anthropokxrical issues, with eves wider social imp
cations. Inr-al presumably Jewish art performed by Jews, i ,
a Jew: yet I did not respond There is set enough reason for the failure
to explain it way by the fact that both the dance forms ani ihe
dancers are oi Yemenite origin. Watching Inbsl at the Dade County
Auutorium la*t week, I had a strange and fearful feeling.
Poi'<;ve response could only mean a retrograde aesthetic ex-1
penence a seduction rearward is time to the primordial daie off
human existence: to an acceptance of primitive religious rites as anl
expression of one's instant spiritual beliefs; to an identification with|
the aathropomorphism etdjarn^ods
Certain!?, this was not modem Israeli culture if it is indeedl
possible to characterize a phenomenon merely in the infancy of ij|
evekstiss and beyond a doubt this was not the art to which I ara|
accustomed.
But Inbv's Yemenite roots are again flung at me as as explana-J
Uoo for my tepid reaction. I am implored to like it "at least as
aesthetic expression. Well, perhaps I might. I can look at a Totea
pole without wincing. I have watched with interest the gyration* i
African Negroes in the Cinerama productions of Lowell Thomas Whiu
defensive nfcr-.a.iism is it that brings me up sharply and jusi
of saying something kind about lnbal? Why do I feel the necc^ity t
remain a: a distance?
m cosvvtsm mcissirr to mact MvotA*tr
THE ANSWERS HERE are again many. I can accept or reject ak|
is list.i the art in a Totem pole, and in the dance of Afnciil
Negroes, hot I dare say nothing unkind about lnbal. For lnbal is morel
than what its stausebest advocates imply in their cufural assault: A|
sense of urgency to react favorably to lnbal ft. indeed, pan of thc|
package: to say anything unkind is to risk a slur against Israel.
Hence. tv* need to protect my aesthetic integrity from coarscl
prisutiwsai becomes even more demanding in the faee of p>litinl|
Ob its fa?e. this may appear to be an egregious conclusion bat itI
is certainly close to being a truthful one. In more specific temi:[
Interest m. bat spiritual dob -identification with totemism. is a per-[
sonal reaction dependent upon prior education and artistic cultivation;!
a similar orientation brought to an evaluation of lnbal involves ttie|
ui awing of nationalistic conclusions.
At fault here is neither lnbal nor its Yemenite dancers. At fault I
here are Jews intelligent cosmopolitan-minded Jews who iue\
become uobearable in their manic Israeli chauvuu*Ri(
la aesthetic and anthropological terms the problem is a far morel
interesting one. II the Yemenites are Jews, and 1 am a Jew. why 1
was there no communication between us? The isolation of Yemenite J
culture until sew is only partly the answer. The evolution of Um|
western Jew contains more of the core of the matter.
jars MMt 'ow.jfwsr ccwTtinrriOws jo at
ERMAN COMPOSER RICHARD Wagner, in an anti-Semitic trad]
" on Jews in musk, had some interesting things to wy. W etl
Wagner's tbesi that Jews are without culture. In his.wye.iesexample
the great Giaccomo Meyerbeer nothing specifically Jewish to his operas. Like a parasite, WagKBi
felt, he traded upon the values of French. German and Italian music]
developing a synthesis suitable for his personal grandiloquent
but nothing more.
Strictly speaking, Wagner was right. But from a realistic, poil
of view, be spewed only venom. Meyerbeer did not compose operi
as a Jew even if Wagner believed he was creating his own great
works as a German.
For the same reason. Wagner held Felix Mendelssohn in contempt,
emphasizing his charge against Jews in music by frequent I v voictpg
an excessive and almost satiric delight in the trivial "Flpgal's Cave,''
Overture while shunning the symphonies and oratorios.
But what would Wagner say about Gustav Mahler and Arno
Schoenberg? Unlike a Meyerbeer, these late nineteenth and twentie
century Jewirh titans certainly brought new ideas to musical W
Wagner might, of course, reiterate his anti-Semitic thesis, but bo
anthropological evaluation would conclude that there is nothing
ticularly Jewish in Mahler's decadence or in Schoenberg'* twelve-U
system.
WesH
All of which is by way of saying that Jewish integration into v
era society has made the Jew artist and otherwise Isdistinguis
a Die from that society's intellect and culture. Only to an asti-Semiti
Wagner were Meyerbeer and MendeLssohn foreigners in the West.
WfJTWM CWTOtf STIU tm D0M/M4NT rONf
A ND ONLY TO a West sensitive in its memory of the beastly rol I,
Played during the Nazi slaughter is there, for example, something
particularly Jawish in Schoenberg's "Moses and Aaron" other H
the suoiect matter and Schoenberg's naively passionate return to fM
Judaism from which he had earlier converted.
(i S^boe:,berP*s of "hXid era"1 SWfUl m*Cl'n ,hrou1> n invalid Judaic islerpretatio'
mt,TKe '****". h"e is ,hat J^sn assimilation of Westei* cultud
,nirL^ rr',derwd r|y complete except for his inmost core '
orn.r 1- wh,ch shaTpiy distinguishes the Jew from .other We*
rhlr^i 'V "*sim,,"t< P-ronality that exemplifies fre'dommar
i m of,mod/rn 1I. There is more cultural relationship be
hpm.nHil i majority of today's Israelis than cXistt betH
them and the Yemenites' lubal.
sh J? ty Very We" "* ,hat wha ,nb' symbolizes will form thj
S ,ii .rT ~Jhat ""cceeding generations in the new Jewisj
uLi n,rn T i7e lh.e ">> foreign to Israel Western intellect]
nl ei!S! c,"Tenll> Prevalent there. This depends upon the trend
of evolution and perhaps revolution.
!hm.riUh\^bul l" Dade Coun,y Auditorium last week, albeit siftc
S.! "VU!0 conscience of Jerome Robins.was in no i
fn fi.. P I0" ^ "l3rcli art. and should not have been present*
lnbal have se. on edge the self appointed guardian, of ea.


9
^T, March 7, 1958
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Man Must Raise Self to 'Universal' World
Vordecai .Sandberg envisions
'* Grealer Miami area as a fu-
Zt center for the composition,
performance and study of "uni-
rtr>al music."
Sndber arrived here last
Mk 'ith an ailing son to study
th possibilities for the establish-
ment of such a center. He is the
bouseguest of noted Spinoza
scholar lr Abraham Wolfson,
124 llth st.. Miami Beach.
Sandberg first earn* to the
United States in 1939 and re-
turned 9'n in 1945. becoming
,n American citixen the follow-
in; veer. The Rumanian-born
composer has written five sym-
phonies end two string qoartet
cycles, in addition to Ms major
accemptiihment.
X*jis has consisted of the set-
tin? to music of the entire Book
cl Psalms
i consider the Bible the great-
est source of poetry," Dr. Sand-
berg explained Wednesday, "and
my setting for the Psalms seeks
to give meaning to the text
through music.
"Man is todav too concerned
with science and technology and
not enough concerned with art.
At the crossroads of his destiny,
mankind will either destroy itself
-with the specific* of science or
survive by raising itself into
the >phere of the universal."
The universal, according to Dr.
Sandberg, is contained in the
Bible. "All human life is in the
Bible," he underscored W'U>
smile.
cieties may be fully exploited
within its framework.
"No," he denied emphatical-
ly- "It's not lika Schoenberg's
12-ton* system. The Schoen-
berg system it merely the
latest consequence of the Wost-
em tonal teal*. What Bach did
in his day, ScSoenberg merely
repeated for twentieth century
ars with greater diligence and
aersi
M. MORDECAI SANDBERG
. aa mrtitTt search
This search for the universal
is a key to Dr. Sandberg's crea-
tive efforts over the years. Ho
is the developer of a universal
tonal system, which would
serve as the basis of the work
he hopes to do right hero in
Miami.
The purpose of his system? la
his own words:
"The Western world uses the
tempered chromatic scale. But
in the Near East and the Far
East, as well as in other 'exotic'
areas of the world, different tonal
systems are employed. The be-
lief that music is 'the universal
language' is thus severely chal-
lenged. For. in reality, there is
little musical communication."
Dr. Sandberg's system seeks to
break down these differences, so
that the musical values of all so-
Dr. Sandberg's setting of the
Book of Psalms takes 15 large
volumes, and his oratorio, "Solo-
mon," is a tetrolo y that occu-
pies four full evenings. He is also
setting the Torah to music.
According to Harold C. Schoen-
berg, distinguished New York
Times critic. Dr. Sandberg's "is
a cosmic system, and he draws a
parallel between his theory and
certain theories of atomic
physics. He works in microtones.
and his published works have an
index explaining the symbols he
has devised to indicate the micro-
tones he desires."
Should Dr. Sandberg's plan
be realised, his first Miami pro-
duction would be of Ms ora-
torio "Micah," which envisions
the prophecy of eternal peace,
and postulates the 13 attributes
ef mercy, a work he recently
completed.
A former physician, who earn-
ed his medical degree in Vienna
and who was a general practi-
tioner for a while in former Pal-
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Friday, March 7
Humphrey Charged With Insufficient Shechitah Info
NEW YORK-Agudath Israel of
America this week informed
Sen. Hubert Humphrey (D-Minn.)
that he was "ill advised" in ac-
cepting the views of the Reform
and Conservative rabbinical groups
who endorse current legislation in
the Senate regarding humane
slaughter, which is opposed by all
Orthodox groups as a potential dan
ger to Shechitah.
Sen. Humphrey, a leading figure
on the Senate Commitle of Agricul-
ture, had written to Agudath Israel | constituents,
that he is suRfiflrtiag this.JegisU-'
tion because it has received the en-
dorsement of the Rabbinical As-
sembly of America (Conservative)
and the Central Conference ot
American Rabbis (Reform) and
their synagogue affiliates.
primarily the Orothdo* Jewish
population in the United Stares,
H-cause it is the Orthodox Jew
who considers theee ritual re-
quirements a fundamental tenet
affecting his very life."
The Senator was ill-advised in
accepting the views of the spokes-
men of the various Reform Jewish
groups, the Orthodox leader de-
clared, because "the problem of
ritual slaughter does not vitally af-
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work for the State of Israel for
many years. He played a de-
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three years age, and is one of its
most active leaders. During his
visit to the United States last
year, while he was Lord Mayer,
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meetings in key cities across toe
nation, including Miami.
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visit to the United States. As a
member of the Sinn Fein, the party
that brought about Ireland's inde-
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cret missions to this country to
raise funds and arms for rebels.
He also led an Irish delegation in
1939 that sought international sup-
port for the settlement of perse-
cuted Jews in Palestine.
The former Lord Mayor is a
founder of the Fianna Fail move-
ment, and has represented it in the
Irish Parliament and the Dublin
city government since it was re-
constituted in 1930.
Emanu-EI Meet
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Samuel Friedland, president of
Temple Emanu-EI, announced this
week the congregation's semian-
nual meeting and dance Sunday
evening in the Grand ballroom of
the Fontainebleau hotel.
The congregation will elect new
officers and members of the board
of directors to serve for the en-
suing years, 1958-59.
A highlight of the affair will be
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ligious school Purim operetta,
"The Glorification of the Haman-
tasch," directed by Trixie Levin.
This was originally presented at
the school Purim party Sunday
morning.
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features Howard Learner, repre-
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the Florida Institute of Certified
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The program will include many
points of interest and questions
that may arise pertaining to per-
sonal tax problems.
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Mr. and Mrs. Sam Siegel are
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are the proud donors of a Torah
to Congregation Beth Jacob.
Dedication ceremonies will be
Sunday, Mar. 16, 2 p.m., at the
congregation.
He Discoises Hypnosis
Ray Abrams, vice president of
Temple Emanu-El Young Adults,
addressed a meeting of the organ-
ization Wednesday. His subject
was "Benefits of Hypnosis."
The dedication will be launched
with music and a chupah, lead-
ing tha traditional march, be-
ginning at Hi* Siegel home at
1027 Collins ava.
Beth Jacob spiritual leader Rab-
bi Tibor Stern will receive the
Scroll of Law on the pulpit and
offer the dedicatory sermon.
All members of Congregation
Beth Jacob will have their names
inscribed in the new Torah.
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Gurion Branch
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13, at the Israelite Center, 3198 SW
24th ter.
Irving Sachs, president, will chair
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appointment of committee chair-
men for 1058 and a current events
presentation by Manuel Burstein.
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Rabbi Swirsky Resigns Beth El Pulpit;
Dinner Fetes Spiritual Leader Sunday
Sidney H. Palmer, president of
Congregation Beth El. announced
Wednesday that Rabbi Shmaryahu
T. Swirsky. spiritual leader of the
congregation, has tendered his res-
ignation, effective immediately, to
accept a pulpit in Tifereth Israel
Congregation. Washington. D.C.
In presenting the rabbi's rcsig-
nation to the boanl of directors aid
(omnmnmn for nffiriil B.ft I
rngemenfs are the Mesdames
William Swimmer, Clara Kahn,
Hilda Kostick and Joseph Fidal.
Hostesses for th evening will be
Mrs. Frank Hoffman and Mrs.
Minerva Cohen.
Palmer announced that outstand-
ing pers malities in the Greater Mi-
ami rabbinate will attend Rabbi
Swirsky "s farewell dinner.
>~kaW-fijwd eXiriieM a
ance. Palmer said it is being ac-1
cepted "with regret."
In his letter of resignation
Rabbi Swirsky said that "it has '
been my distinct privilege to lead '
the synagogue for over six years, j
during which much has been ac-
complished and built. It is with I
much personal regret that I
leave the place where I estab- j
lished many associations of last-
ing memories which I shall recall j
with fondness and nostalgia.
'May I take this opportunity of
thanking you personally for the
manifold kindnesses you bestowed
on me and my deep regards to the
many men who labored with me in
the vineyard of the Lord."
Palmer immediately announced
a farewell dinner in honor of Rabbi
and Mrs. Swirsky. which will be
held Sunday evening at 6:30 p.m.
in the congregation auditorium.
Mr and Mrs. Ben Boskin. long-
time members of the congregation.
will celebrate their 40th wedding
anniversary at the dinner party.
The Boskins have been closely as-
sociated with Rabbi Swirsky since
his arrival here.
Mrs. Jack Shapiro, president
of the Sisterhood, will act as
chairman of the dinner and will
be assisted by Mrs. Max Rappa-
port, Mrs. Sol Potash end Mrs.
Sam Siege). In charge of admis-
sions will be Mrs. Eugene Sch-
wartz. In charge of table r-
tor Abraham Seii. of Knoseth
rael Congregation, w II be persona
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Boskin.
Palmor will be toasimaster and
in charge of the evenings festiv-
ities
fABBI SHMAKVAHU SrVIRSKr
Gurion Declares Arab Mergers
May Decide Mideast Peace, War
Continued from Page 1 A
revive the Israel-Egyptian armis-
tice, he said this would have to be
preceded by Egypt's ceasing its
claimed "right of belligerency"
against Israel which he called
contrary to both the UN Charter
and the armistice agreementand
be permitting freedom of passage
for Israel in the Suez Canal in ac-
cordance with repeated UN Secur-
ity Council decisions.
In reply to a question as to
I whether he felt the Arab state mer-
iger.-, would bring peace with Israel
[nearer, he said that if the Arab
states involved were peace-loving
countries. Israel would "heartily
welcome" the mergers and coop-
erate with them fully. He added
that, with the exception of Turkey,
there was not a single democratic
country' in the area and that the
experience of the past ten years
showed that the Arab leaders con-
tinually defied the United Nations
Charter and resolutions.
"Therefore," he continued,
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"we naturally view with some
worry the developments, espec-
ially since one Arab union is head-
ed by a military dictatorship.
However, Israel is willing to con-
clude non-aggression pacts with
both Arab unions on the basis of
the territorial status quo. Mean-
while, Israel must continue 'busi-
ness as usual,' building and de-
veloping the country."
The Prime Minister said Israel
would like to see a general world-
wide arms embargo and disarma-
ment among the great powers. He
had doubts about the advisability of
an arms embargo limited to Israel,
a "small state threatened by her
neighbors." He contended that both
Soviet and Western arms supplied
to the Arabs were actually intend-
ed by the recipients for use against
Israel. No Russian believes that
Syria would fight the United States
and it is doubtful that anyone in
the United States believes that Iraq
would fight Russia, be stated.
Asked whether he thought Is-
rael would have been better off
if Britain and France had not
joined in me Sinai operation, he
replied: "They did not wait for
my approval." He said he
thought that if the great powers
could establish peace among
themselves, they could then start
working on an Arab-Israel peace.
Asked about Israel's need for
more arms, he said that in modern
military technology, arms become
obsolete within three years. He
said the problem was the supply of
more and better arms to the Arabs
and that if the Arab armies did not
get such arms, Israel could take
care of itself militarily.
^ Asked about his attitude toward
"religious fanatics who will not
recognize the existence of the Jew-
ish State." a reference to the ultra-
Orthodox Neturei Karta, the Prime
Minister said: "I believe the time
will come when they will under-
stand they are mistaken. Mean-
while, we should be tolerant as long
as they do not violate the laws of
the stale. The integration of immi-
grants requires patience, love and
tolerance."
Religious
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave |
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
Krl'lm I P Hatui (taj 10 a.n
in.,ti : "The Demand ol Visible iiu.l."
i to p iii "Week!) PurtloH."
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ANSHE EMES. 2S35 W 19th ave. Can-
tor Morris Zimmerman.
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BETH OAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave Con.
servative. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg.
Cantor William W. Lipson
KiiiImi .!.. iii Bermo!': T' Power
.f Son* Saturday a.m. B*i Mit'
t-ah! M'.r'.n. sun i-f Mi unil Mrs. Bd-
i. .i.l ItSM "' ^"-" I
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BETH EL 500 SW 17th ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swiriky.
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BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave.
Conservative Rabbi David W. Her-
son. Cantor Hyman Fein.
0
BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman.
Friday p.tn Saturday vtr. a.m. Ser-
mon: "Weekly Portion."
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BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
PrMaj : I"' |ii" Saturday *:?, am
Sermon; "The Idolatry of Material*
lam."
To Discuss Retirement
Lucius Daniels, of radio station
WKAT. will address the Health and 1
Happiness Club Sunday evening at
the Spinoza Outdoor Forum. 11th
st. and Ocean ct. His subject is
"Planned Retirement Harry Ker-
shaw will be moderator.
Miami Hebrew Book Store
1585 Washington Ave.
iviiami Beach J 8.3S40
Hebrew Relipioue Suppl,.. f0r
Synagogue,. School! A "iv.t. U.e
'SRAEL. 4 DOMESTIC O.FTS
BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Arie Becker.
Friday S ii.m. Saturday *:?. a.m. Ser-
mon: "(lift.- from th. Saw
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BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
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OADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CENTER.
isiso NW 2nd ave. Conservative.
Rabbi Nathan H. Zwitman.
Friday VI.". j. in. Sermon: 'Thr M.-eil-
lah." Saturday l:4". a.m.
0
FLACLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st pi.
Conservative. Rabbi Murray A.
Alstet.
Friday 8:15 p.m Sermon: "The (Iroat-
M f^rlm in HlHtory." Mr". Irvine:
Wexter HM bring a meKsajce from the
xcrw. Owe Shaiih.it hostess: afro.
Murray A. Alstet. Saturday 8:30 a.m.
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HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th St.
Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross.
' -- 0 --
HIAI.EAH. MIAMI SPRINOS. 951 Fla-
mingo- Way Coahcrvativc. Rabbi Leo
Heim. .
Friday :ir. p m. Sermon: "A Woman
of Valor Wtto Cin Kind?" Sisterhood
Sabbath.
0
ISRAELITE CENTER. J198 SW Mth
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morten
Malavsky
Friday (US nnd k:l.'. p.m. Sermon:
"Ivln* Ood Saturda\ a m. Bar
Miliv.ih: Herbert. SOB ..f Mr and Mm
Lawrence Mimkin. Steven, .son of Mr.
nnd Mrp. Charles Gerald.
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KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrf.eld.
Cantor Abraham Self.
Frlilay t:IS and S:J0 p.m. fluent nneak-
er: JudKe Malvin Knarlander. Topic:
If Tou Had to be Judse." Saturdav
1:10 a.m. Sermon: afarrvlnx the Tab-
lei.- of stone Bat Miti\.h Melvin.
fon of Mr. and Mm. U. Boron.
0----
MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1101 SW 12th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Simon April. Cantor Berele Kelemer.
Friday Seta and 8:18 p m. Sleterhood
Sabbath, Uaa Mitsyah: Kather. daugh-
ter of \|. and Mrs Oeonr. H. tlaaa.
Saturday l:,tim. Sermon "The OoM
Kush
M2=T,,?.!l-,-<> PARK- 1**" "
nit 11th ave Conservative. Rabbi
Isaac Lerer. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb.

NORTH DADE CENTER. 13630 W.
Dixie hwy. Contervative. Rabbi
Henry Okolica. Cantor Maurice Nsu.
eiv'VVi.^ "'" *i""""ii: 'The Fea-
tix.il of^ Fiiriii|.
N?tRT?JHR?*Ce4TEB ""
st. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowita. Cantor Edward Klein
[rl.l..v 8 !.. ,..,: ajS^MM: "Itevlval or
Batnrday vi.,,,, s.rmon:
"" F '' "" Bar Mux, ah: Fred-
Dl Mt. and M,. Al si,..,,an. I
"* \?f2 JEVV'*H CENTER.
Room 315. Mernck bldg., U of M
BaZVaraR,",rm' "*.'Herbert M
i,;;'" l-1' !'.'"; **"*-: ieasaa. the
CANDUUGHTIHG mi
15 Adar 6:09 pjtj.'!
anter isuei Ml
l-Vlday 5 and ::m ,, Siiuni.TJI
bermoa: "Weeauj I'o.iiohT^"
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TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATS.,
AMI. 137 NE 1th st. Re"^
Joseph Narot. Cantor j^ *
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TEMPLE- JUDEA. 320 PalariJ.
Liberal. Rabbl Morn, SkoV^
Herman Oottlisb.
Friday 8 p.m. Sermon. H iniasi
Error A I'urlm Sei ,n (.
Saturday 10 a.m. Bar MltsTakl
Stephen, aon of Mi i| fcUx.
Horwlts, at 5 p.m.
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TEMPLE NER TAMID. (Seinoi
ed at BOth st. and Tatum Wati
Modern Traditional.
Friday 8:li p.m. at S.irfMf
Hall. 93rd at. and Harding ave. .
.speaker: Rabbi Samuel vpiil, pfl
iile Emanu-KI, Ijikelan.l Hj I
'Our Jewiah Heritage."
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TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MU
131st St. and NE 6th ave.
Rabbl Benno M. Wallach.'

TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW nth a.e
servative. Rabbi Alfred Wai'mfl
F. Iday 8:3a p.m. ftsi-ii.nn -i
Dark at I'urlm." Matoi l.v ) i,i
Mitzvah: Charles, .~,n .: Mr.
Samuel RosenbluAi .. |,.m.
vah: IU>>. ."(in of Mm: J. Ha net i

TIFERETH ISRAEL. SMO I*
ave. Conservative. R.iDoi Abrtij
Herson Cantor Albert Glsnti
Frldav 8:30 p.m. Sen.:, n 'TsW
of Kether The Btoij v( l*|Js]
nmphanr." .-'al.n The Three US Heed. Heart*;
Hand." Bar Mitgvah \i.iaenh
of Mr. and Mi>. John 1. -
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ZAMORA JEWISH CENTE*. 1
mora avs. Cenecrvative. Ral
Leon Horwiu. Cantor Rueeipfi I
Brandeis Makes
Annual Awards
WALTHAM, Mass -Four!
ican artists distin^uisbed i
fields of music, sculpture,
and the theatre, respective!*,
ceived the second annual Brin'
University Creative Art* tjMj
Medals, while four young
icans showing get at talent urj
fields were awarded JtMOgn
in-aid each by the ten-ytr*ai
Brandeis University VTednesdiT.
During the awards presto
ceremonies at the Hotel Ambia
dor in New York. v.tutu were i
tended by some 200 leading fi#H
in the art world, the following
ceived medals in recognition ,
outstanding artistic acnievell
Roger Sessions, music: Jacqu
chitz. sculpture; Jhn Crowe <
son, poetry; and iit.Hk i'ff
theatre.
The four grantsin aid. giJ
encourage youngar artists af I
potential were awarded tu
W. lmbrie, music; Richard LiPg
sculpture; Barbara Howes,
and Paul Shyre, theatre
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Off Nets
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fOMNO I4XT
guidance Expert
i Meetings Here
. noted authority in the field of
tauonal guidance is visiting Mi-
Li this eok to confer with local
Iders regarding the Jewish Vo-
lional Service program.
Poland Baxt, of New York City.
..utive director of the Jewish
icupational Council, is meeting
ph the community planning com-
ttee ol the Greater Miami Jew-
i Federation.
18*t it consulting with Hie FeoV
ration sub-committee, which i*
pw engod in the itcxty of the
vith Vocational Service De-
triment of the Jewish Family
vie*. The agency conducts a
altered Workshop and i* c-
ot in job placament.
Ir. Stanley C. Myers, chairman
[the committee, has announced
rt during his one-week stay here
xt will also confer with Jonathan
director of Florida State
^ployment Service; Margaret
key, guidance department ol
ri of Public Instruction; Mr.
ntton A-hley, executive director
[Dade County Sheltered Work-
^l<* torn Winter*!een, executive
ctort Welfare planning Council
[DaftV-Comtlye Trt. Jesp'Spirer.
dance Center of University of
m; and Clarke Ketze), direc-
! of Florida State Vocational Re-
bihtation.
Continued from Pea* 1 A
fifta" to launch this year's nation-
wide campaign on behalf of immi-
grants to Israel, distressed and de-
pendent Jews in Europe and Mos-
lem lands, and newcomers to the
United States.
"Your action proves that there
is no recession in your support of
those who desperately need your
help." Berinstein declared, "and as
many of you are business leaders
in your home communities your re
sponse shows that you have confi-
dence that the American economy
'is heading for a renewed upcurre. '
At the session Saturday night.
Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman, UJA
executive vice chairman, called for
"a greater than ever response from
American Jews during 1958 to start
tens of thousands of Jews on the
way to freedom and to bring hun-
dreds of thousands, already started
on a new life, the rest of the way
to freedom."
The Mar. 2 meeting launched the
20th annual campaign of the UJA |
across the nation, which coincides
with the State of Israel's 10th year
of independence. The campaign
this year will encompass two fund-
raising programs; a $100 million
Rescue Fund ever and above the
regular campaign, to transport and
resettle scores of thousands of Jews
from Europe and North Africa most
of whom will go to Israel and the
rest to the United States, British
Commonwealth countries and Latin
America; and the regular UJA
campaign to meet the welfare,
medical and rehabilitation needs of
more than half a million persons in
Israel, 24 other overseas lands and
the US. with budgetary needs of
more than $102,031,800.
HieWipht of the dinner was a
tribute t William ReoenwoM of
Mew York, a founder ef the UJA
who has been a foremost leader
of all iti annual drives since its
first, in 1939. and who served as
UJA general chairman for the
three campaign* ef ItSS through
1*57.
Joseph M. Mazer, of New York,
chairman of the 1958 t'JA Rescue
Fund, made the
presentation to
Rosenwald of an illuminated He
brew volume of the Book of Esther.
In response to I he presentation.
Rosenwald declared that "since the
Hitler holocaust in which more than
rJOOO.OOO Jews were mercilessly
slaughtered, we feel that each Jew-
ish life is more precious than it was
before. We give expression tj that
feeling when we save Jews in
Egypt and other North African
countries and when we take Jews
not of other areas of fear or hope-
'essness. Most of the people whom
we rescued went to Israel. And.
thank Gjd, there is an Israel. For
in the days of Hitler there was no
juch haven."
At the close of the dinner Jerry
Lewis, film and television star, who
flew in from California to volunteer
his services along with those of a
company of top-flight entertainers
he brought with him, staged an
laboratc show business salute to
the humanitarian work of the UJA.
|AR Gets 1 Seat
Peace Body
Continued from Page 1 A
[ the UAR. who acted coy about
subject until after the ptebts-
i in Event and Syria, now says
Ire clear that the there will be
linile mission.
I Spokesmen far the Secretary
al liy that m far as the
***arUt it concerned there is
I "thing official en this awfed.
Pever. u as learned that
*e fine legal points are being!
I concerning the way to ban-'
Imerged Billion which will re-1
f* the number of member states !
'tttoM
Argentines Elect
2 Gov.'s, 6Rep.'s
Continued from Pa jo 1 A
former secretary'o( the Zionist
Federation ef Argentina who re
tiffed his Zionist post in order to
devote all his energies to the cam-
paign.
o Zenon Goldstrj. a lawyer whose
parents were colonirtt and who has
been active in the agricultural co-
operative movement.
o Simon Junin, who also grew up
in en Entre Rios colony.
o Dr. Edourardo Rosenkrantz, a
lawyer and Zionist youth leader.
Sr. Befniceff, a newspaperman,
is a long time msmbar ef the
Radical party and. distinguished
nwiialf at an opposition member
ef Parliament during the Peren
He served as secretary of the
Bueaos Aires municipal govern-
ment during the present provision-
al regime of President Pedro
Aramburo.
The newspaper Bazoo speculated
that David Blejer might be named
to Sr. Frondizi's cabinet as Deputy
Secretary for Interior It is also
anticipated that Miguel Schmukier.
one of Sr. Frondizi's campaign
managers, will have a high post at
Government House after May.
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HMi.ARY WI.YIIM.Y
Book About Himself Loses Perspective; New Fine Covenant
FROM DANIEL TO DANIEL. By Eliahu Bar-Daniel. 318
pp. New York: Vantage Press, $3.50.
ELIAHU BAR-DANIEL is a former American, Russian-
born Jew, who was an industrialist, a consultant eco-
nomist and a financial adviser in this country. In 1950.
at about the age of sixty, he moved with his wife and 16-
year-old daughter to Israel. At the age of 66 he decided
that he would write this book. It is not quite clear why,
although Bar-Daniel spends several pages and much
thought on various reasons.
In general, the author "has been living an interesting
life neither spectacular nor humdrum, unmarked by any
particular salience. He wr.tes easily and l.terately. with
occasional humor. The book is largely about him sett -
what he thinks, what he's done and about Israel. There
is a real effort, in the early parts, to be selfdeprecating
and humble in a nice way, about himself and his life. Un-
fortunately, it is not sustained. The book is also larded
with little quotations from Emerson. Goethe, Proverbs,
Secret Teachings of Tibet, and other writings admired by
Bar-Daniel.
AXJliEMUy
Jewish Publication Society: 7 Decades of Labor
URRENT OBSERVANCE BY the Jewish Publication
^* Society of America of the 70th anniversary of its found-
ing is an event which in more normal times would have
drawn wider attention in the American Jewish community,
which it has served with a dedication whose impact has
not yet fully been realized or assessed. It would be no ex-
aggeration to say that the JPS. through the publication of
books, ranging from Scriptures to novels and books for
juveniles, has not only been a catalystic agent in the fo-
menting of Jewish literary creativity in America, but a
most potent force in the development of Jewish cultural
life in this country.
One need but examine the range of its publications to
realize the magnitude of the society's accomplishments.
When the JPS was first formed in 1888, there were few,
if any. books in English that could be considered adequate
for spreading knowledge of Jewish content. What the
society has done was not only to fill that void but to create
a sense of literary awareness in the American Jewish
community, thus giving impetus to the creation of what
can be called, albeit with some reservations, a distinct
American Jewish literature.
There was a time when the JPS had practically the
entire Jewish field to itself. One of its achievements, for
which it does not get sufficient credit, is that it showed the
way to other publishers. It experimented with almost
every type of Jewish literature and as soon as it developed
a market or proved the existence of a market, it was glad
ELM AM SALPETER
to see commercial publishers take advantage of the ex-
perience and go into that field. At the same time it has
not stopped experimenting and developing new fields, or
continuing those which have not yet been taken over by
others.
Now that it has reached the ripe age of 70, the society
has embarked upon a program for juveniles which, if
judged by the first works, will bring accolades from every
corner of the American community. The reference is to
the Covenant Books which it is publishing in concert with
Karrar, Strauss and Cudahy of New York. The purpose of
the Covenant Books is to take young people from the ages
of 11 to 15 on adventurous experiences into the realms of
Jewish life through biographies of our great in the Amer-
ican pattern.
It has been close to five decades that I hve read a
juvenile book, but I can candidly say I never derived so
much pleasure from teen-age books as from the two Cove-
nant Books that recently reached my desk"Silversmith
of Old New York," by William Wise, and "Border Hawk:
August Bondi." by Lloyd Alexander.
The first is the story of Myer Meyers, who won fame
as an early American artist and patriot, and the second is
the saga of a young man. who fought for Europe's and
man's freedom in 1848, a decisive year in the destiny of
man, and who later participated in the struggle against
slavery with John Brown, of whose extremism he did not
approve.
No Way of Completely Sealing Off Borders
Jerusalem
ISRAEL'S ARABS ARE a mirror of events in the neigh-
' boring Arab countries. Despite the ten years which
have passed since the establishment of Israel and the offi-
cial sealing of the borders between Israel and the Arab
Mates, the ties between Arab here and Arab across the
border have not ceased.
In some cases these are just strong family ties main-
tained in circuitous ways, occasionally revived by illegal
crossing of the borders. In other cases the contact across
HAROLD f. RMRALOW
Poverty Pushed Him
UUHEN ALPHONSE HALIMI, the Jewish boy from Al
** giers. won the bantamweight championship of the
world, much was written about him, some of it in this
column. But every once in a while a new item crops up
and one has just come pinpoints so clearly why men enter the ring I should like
to pass it along to you.
It is by now well known that Halimi gained world wide
acceptance as a champion when he won from Raul Macia-
of Mexico in a bristling bout some months ago. It is also
no secret that Halimi comes from a slum area of Algeria
and that boxing has done much for him.
But this is the extent of his gain:
In a visit to Nat Fleischer of Ring Magazine. Halimi
"?s asked how long he expected to continue fighting
his reply was 'Until I make enough money out of boxmis
to stamp out the memories of poverty from my childhool
clays." And he went on to describe his life before he be-
came a prizefighter. In part, these details appeared in
press reports previously, but not in the direct words of
the chamnjon. Here they areand if anyone wonders why
a man dons the gloves, he need no longer do so: 'When I
MM a boy I had no bed on which to sleep. Nor did any
of my brothers and sisters. We all had to sleep on the
hard floor because our parents were poor.
"It was not until after I turned professional that I
really knew what it meant to have a square meal regularly
and to sleep as most people doin a bed with a mattress
and pillows."
When Fleischer asked Halimi how he had become a
fighter, the Jewish titleholder said: I ran away from
home when I was only about 10 years old. bat I remem-
ber it well. I walked from my home in ConsUntine for
many miles and it wasn't long after 'hat journey that I
became involved in a street fight. 1 had many more in
he years following and I gained ouite a reDutation as a
.'reet fighter. I then learned tailoring and if I say so
myself, I can do a good job at that m an emergency."
the border is more regular and it takes the less sentimental
but more rewarding form of smuggling. In some cases
Arabs from across the border slip into Israel or Israeli
Arabs slip o-t to transfer confidential information. There
i no way of sealing off completely Israel's present bor-
ders, or rather armistice lines, which roughly correspond
to the chance situation which prevailed when truce came
into effect after the 1948 fighting.
Above all. it is impossibleand the Israeli authorities
never triedto seal off the air waves. Just as thousands
and thousands of Arabs in the neighboring countries regu-
larly listen to the Israel radio, its Arabic programs blaring
lrom village and town cafes and private homes in Jordan,
Syria and Lebanon, so Israel's Arabs are regular listeners
ot Ramallah. Damascus and Cairo broadcasting station-.
With an almost mathematical regularity, the atmos-
phere among Israel's Arabs reflected the state of affairs
eroN the border. Whenever there was major unrest in
the Arab countries, it was echoedsometimes just under
the surfacein the Arab towns and villages in Israel.
Whenever the anti-Israel incitement of Arab radio stations
reached new heights, there was a strain in relations be-
tween Israel's Arab citizens and the authorities. Actions
taken by the Israel Government could only weaken but not
entirely neutralize this influence.
DAViB SCHWARTZ
The hoik i*. in short, a kind of self-indulgence Nih-
is ever as fascinating to one as oneself, and the autfcori
pioudoiy nau a goou time putting it together with all
labor and concern that k entails. It's very nice for n
Daniel that he has had the time and energv to writ* i
book and to publish it. It's also a great imposition
BORDER HAWK: AUGUST BONDI. By Lloyd Ala*
112 pp. Now York: Farrar, Straus un4 Cudahy. \
THIS IS A Covenant Book, oae of the excellent
' Jewish figures put out by Farrar. Straus and"
for younger readers. Aumist Bondi, a Viennese Jew7k
against Metternich in lVfl %|r mi1"'"1 ji jL
where he joined in the fight against slavery w^
Brown. After the Civil War, Bondi studied law and i
the Bar examination at the age of 63. He was
in Vienna during a brief trip back.
Lloyd Alexander's account of this little known i,
based on an autobiography which Bondi completed to
the end of his life. It is a well told story, with no
down" to his younger audience, done with taste andt
> lent. Bernard Krigstein did the black-and-while ill
tioBS, catching the spirit of the writing.
Already published is "Myer Myers: Silversmith ofl.
New York." with a book on sculptor Jo Davidson and (
on "The Uncommon Soldier Major Alfred Mordecti"
in the next few months.
SAWJL CARSON
Arab Union Studied
United S'atii
yHERE ARE TWO important facets being studied I
* relating to the pair of new Arab federations.
are: The number of UN memberships to be ac
etch of the Arab federations; and the effects of fede
on the Arab refugee problem.
Each of the four principal members of the pair off
crations is now a full-fledged member of the United!
tions. On the one hand. Syria and Egypt are here: on I
other hand, we have Iraq and, one of the newest men
Jordan.
Will each of the federations be willing to i\xt i
one seat? If they are really as united as they sit I
are. then there should be one seat here for Syria-I
another for Iraq-Jordan.
Only one country has more than one seatthat ill
Sov iet Union. As part of the agreement made betM
President Roosevelt and Premier Stalin at Yalta, there"!
been a decision that there would be separate seats iff
forthcoming United Nations for Ukrainia and for
russia. Thus, the U.S.S.R. has three separate men
ships. It is as if we had a separate member-hip foe, 1
Texas; or, let us say, one for the North and another!
the South; or. supposing again, one for the U.S.A. aj
whole, one for Puerto Rico, one for Hawaii and w i
Alaska. Why not?
However. FDR had his reasonsor he thought hei
reasons and the three ply Russian membership
through We must recall that the British Common*
WM also given separate representation for ifs meml*
Some believe that the reason FDR agreed to give R
three memberships was that this was the price for i
separate memberships which Stalin agreed to
to the members of the British Commonwealth.
However, there seems to be no reason why such i
tcriag of nations should be continued at this point.
if Syria and Egypt are really as united as they say they <
and if Iraq and Jordan also form a single entity, as tB
cliimthen why allow separate memberships here
each of the components of theses federations?
The question has been discussed in Israel Natur*
the Israel Government is reluctant to male official sti
ments on this point. But it is not likely that the
will not arise here.
Tread on Me-Or We Just Won't Talk
/ OOD GENERALS DON'T talk much. John Adams said
w of Gen. Washington that he made his fortune keeping
his mouth shut. Gen. Grant was of the same taciturn dis-
position. Miking a speech was harder for hmi than win-
ning a battle.
Gen. Chaira Laskov, the new commander of the [*1.<. li
Army, seems to be of the same noiselou mould. They tell
the following story about him.
A few years back. Laskov went to England to take
several courses at Oxford. Israel was at peace and he
thought he might use the time to fill gaps in his education.
But he wanted to keep in physical trim, so even- dav
between studies, he ran a few laps around the University'.
trick course. '
... E.!0, *2l *! TW aiw,her s,uden <0'n the
same thing but the English, as everyone knows, are a
ed folk and with Laskov also of the silent type they
never said a word to one another. y
One day the two were getting on a bus at the same
time and Laskov accidentally stepped on the Englishman^
Pardon me. I am very sorry." said Laskov.
The two smtled with each other and began to talk
After that, when they came down to the gym. they '
did a bit of talking. But it took an accident to open tnemj
Gen. Laskov succeeds Gen. Moshe Dayan. about
heroism much has been written.
But not enough has been heard about Ccn. D'1
wife. She is cast in the same heroic mould as her nus
Few of those who heard her at the Israel Bna
ference in Miami were aware that at the lime *ne
peaktef, she was running a fever. Sick with the
nevertheless insisted on keeping all of her m'mer )
gugements. Between appearances at radio statio .
Bond conference, press conferences, fashion show ,
would run back to bed.
Miami newspapermen waiting for Mrs Dayan
c inference were surprised to see her drive up "> ""j
bor's truck. 0
She had telephoned for a cab. "A cab will be a
in a few minutes." she was told. But no cab came. i
time for the press conference was nearing, so she
to hitchhike. dli
A passing plumber's truck was hailed. Th' 1
looked at Mrs. Dayan and said: "Haven't 1 seen r> r
t"re in the paper?" .,.,
"Perhaps." replied the much photograph
Dayan.


1"
Ha,. March 7, 1958
===__^__________+Jmi$t) fhrkiicir
15-A
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
v, 1,*.,CT'T.*OU NAME LAW
Noi l< ,. is ttfc.IU.BV OIVEN thai
tb* un.l.r.lK,i..,l. iMlrlni ... ,,Vfln
'he fictitious naml .3
ARCADIA REALTY at HTV \
Ittrd si North Miami Bench Dai
County Intends t.. rwMe, ",,; '' '
wl.hth.Clerk ...,,V,,",, ac,Jn ;,
Dade County, Florida.
Sole liwnw
S/7-H-I.-MUl;S U,WI:Mllli"T
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HKRKHY OIVBN that
the un.i, r-l_-n.,i. deelrtaa t,, ..Kae in
business under the "
-----1>. Florida.
.gMp Owners
M.RON RKTZKY
._- JUDITH S. HETZKY
nnoROB j alroum ""'^y
Attorney for Applicant*
' SO.". Lincoln Road
3/7-14-I1-2S
lr. S. Nonnan Feingold. Bos-
psychologist and voca-
onal counseling expert. this
k was named national di-
__j of B'nai B'rilh Vocation-
fservice. B'nai B'rilh agen-..
y operates in 20 major cities
nd provides individual and
oup career guidance to
ire than 250.000 youths each
tear. Dr. Feingold, who
ves his post as executive
Erector of Jewish Vocational
|ervice" ment Center in Boston, is a
oted authority and author in
eld of job guidance.
IrUfWui Polish Pianist
I be Heard in Miami
frhe extraordinary pianist from
irsaw, Poland. Andre Tchaikow-
jy, will appear with the Univer-
ly of Miami Symphony Orchestra,
jhn Bitter, conductor, at the last
lir of concerts May 3 and 4.
Twenty-one year-old Tchaikowsky
pde his official debut at the Uko-
) Competition in Warsaw in 1955.
iTehaikowvky was a prize winner
|tl>e()ueen Elizabeth Competition
I Brussels last June, where he so
pressed Arthur Rubinstein, one
I the judges, that Rubinstein rec-
hmeuded America should hear
|RCA Victor is recording Tchai-
'sky in Paris and London this
ring, and he will make his New
wk debut in October.
LiOAL NOTICE
E'J,, ""' Florida in-
V*,,,!;1'' ''' n*M with the
pVn f "u,, *-*
ftSsw 14th T*irIX
JKKT 0OLDE.N
[ ,'-oaeph A I.e,off
l"C.untn, r! Ch,,drn Court of
tf ^n!ir,W9i0r,, U" *** *"
IvJ^LEOJ YEMLE. Judge.
WTHK MATTER OF THE
ADOPTION
k" ,'....." 'j v*A of aire
'TT "" "ns the petition
;..".*V UftHJHT AMU
tti,, V'lnT fi~l on the
inlrlne
'""'' '-"M EDWARD
K"H1 |UV*"J" ,PCK and
__Mbo*>, ,' IA,<"Ulv executed
("art UK. ." ''"- 2'lh del n>f
L&tt
infant air
i?V!i"'^l:KllTl|-T
*.> *, >* u,r
KJUel .-a".' h V" rn '"-defter
**.. d. hy an wrue,
Kfe I! ?s ^reTTS,**?
LT"W.r'lI '
EPPR rKl',. '.....' HO'
... ""!" reiura
J"'""" '.",,'|i'-"l""i> th.
'.ale of FhMM:..
m"T A ti'o, "" aald
Vorfc. ,
at the btat
I lorty-lw, day.
an.l
l ,"'
QsnetassL N T.
P'.I/4.||
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERERY OIVBN that
the underaianed. deairlnic to enaace In
binrtneaa under the flrtltloua name of
IMrd STREET SHOPPINO CENTER
INC at Miami Iteaoh, Florida, an.l l
tenda to reRlater .aid name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of n^le
County. Florida.
FOOD FAIR PROPERTIES. INC
a Delaware corporation author-
,'U'0.,0 ulneaa In the Bute
or Florida.
DATED at Miami Rearh. Florida
thl. 3rd day of March. 1958. "orl-"'
S/7-H-tl-;s
NOTICE OF APPPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
File U10S
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
.Nathaniel W. Slegil, holder aa -
"*' "' r,,v of Wiml Tax Sale Cer-
tmratea numborel WKl and 5031. datr.1
the Sth day of June. AD. 1944, ha*
**<* aald certIflcaten in my office, and
haa made application for tax deed to
laaue thereon in accordance with law
Sald certificates embrkre the following
deacrihed property, nftuated In IH..1.-
County. State of Florida, to-wlt:
It II. Block :. Northern Ito.ilevnrd
Tract. Plat Book 2. F"ae in the
City of Miami. County of Dane.
State of Florida, aa embraced in
Certificate No. .'.n.in The aaaeae-
ment of aald property under the
aalil certificate Isaued was in the
name of I'nknown.
I>.t 14. Rlocfc S. Northern Boulevard
Tract. Plat Book I. Pae 2. in the
City of Miami. Countv of
State of Florida, aa embraced In
Certificate No. S0JI. The aa*e*-
in. nt of ald property under the
aald certificate Issued waa in the
name of Unknown.
I.'nleaa aald certiflcatea ahall he re-
deemed accordlnc to law. tax deed will
laaue thereon on the Sth day of April,
A.D. Ii.
Dated tbia 4th day of March. A.D.
1938.
E. B. LEATHER.MAN. < I.
Circuit Court. Dade County. Forida
<>l) By R. M. LJCEPKK.
3/:-.4-;,-.. ah ^ty c,*rk
LEOAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAOC COUNTV. FLOR-
IDA IN PROBATE. No. 43SS4-S
In RE: Eaute of
I.ICILE A. LICHTENSTETTER.
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and AU Persons Mar-
ina Claims or Demands Acalnat Kald
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and deman.la
which you may have acalnst the es-
tate of I.rril.E A I.ICHTBNSTET-
TBR deceased late of Dade County
Florida, to the County Judftea of Daile
County, i.n.l file the same In their of-
flcea In the County Courthouse In
Dade County. Florida, within elitht
calendar months from the date of the
flrat publication hereof, or the same
wUI be barred.
CAROLYN I,fCHTKNSTETTER.
I.KO ACKERMAN. Co-Bxacutom
of the Estate of I.ucile A. IJcli-
tenatetter. Deceased.
MYER8, IIKIMAN A KAPLAN.
Attorneys. Eleven Fifty Hide;..
IliO S.W. 1st Street
Miami. Florida.
3/7-14-21 -:
NOTICE S)V PUiLtCATION
IN THE CmCUT COURT 4>F THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTV. IN CHANCERY,
Ne. S4rC1"4*
EMM\ ROBERTA REBD,
Plaintiff,
SYLVESTER REBD.
Defendant.
SU'T .FOSJ OIVORCB
TO SVIAKSTIR REED
. Itr-i'lenae I'nknowg
Tou STI.VESTER RBED are hene-
h lottfled th..t a KIM f CompkUnt
for Divorce haa been filed aaalnst you.
and v.ai ere required t" aeeve a copv
.,f year Answer or Pleartlne to the Bill
of i",,, mi aim ..n the plaintiff- Mi..r-
nev. OOLDMAN OOlJnVrBIN, rws
West Ma sirr Street. Miami. Florida,
and 'lie the orlalnal Answer or Plead-
ln la the offk-e of the tier* of rne
e"'re---ir IV" on or before the 7fh day
of April. 1JI. If you fall to l.....
Judaic t b dafautt wUI 4>e tnke
aralnt you for the relief demanded hi

DONE AND ORDKHED at Maasai.
FVrtda. this 4th day af HUwS. A l>
i R I.KITHKIiMAN. Ctork
'' '"
l!s I. \ 'I '
IV|.ul> Clerk
i DMAN OAALDHTEIN
neva H l-a
SSOf W FT.aler M Mlaail. Fla.
Attoi ii. for Plaintiff
________________
_._ **$T,CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS Nsh i auu
NOTICE IS H&UEB? Want that
|ha mderslaned. deslrta. to eiwaice In
BOLEIUUl5.w" ,he, "t&5s ""*?: of
" l-AI ..t 1.121 N. Miami Ave..
real-. V 1 Vh '"""'> Ha., Intends to
th? Cl. 11* .'I""- w'"> "'e Clerk of
{J5Jrt2H Court of Dade County.
BARa!.STTNPgL?SrB,6NCT' P......"-
Altorne) foi Applicant
.it i onareas Buiidina
Miami ft Florida
2/14-21-2 LEGAL NOTICE
sto-etre oajnaai
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice is hi:"1 >:i kn h'
th. undersltned. '
h.ialn-
K !: nil! a' .".,
,t PKNKTIN
l.KR <:
\M... ant
I
t/U. J/7-14-I1
tl*2T'CE UNDER
v,./ fJ'T,10.08 NAME LAW
w'&z F.a.^i.r'r- ^ I
eult Court of Dade County. Florida
BERNARD' RODIN8
TAL.ANOPT SMWaT.,.EKROD,NS
NOTICE UNOER
__ FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
,hNI.,"K.,S H"Kr ilVEN that
the undersigned, deairlnic to enaajce in
business under the fictitious name of
i^ f A.1 T.'. 8A1-KS l >' Highway
No. 1. <,ou.ds. Florida intend to nw.
Ister said name with the ITerk of the
< Ircuit Court of Dade County. Florida
Sole Owners
JACK WALL
,__.._,.. JAMES T DCNSON
JAMES DAVID I.IEBMAN
Attorney for Appllrunts
W S.E. 1st Avenue
t/U, J/7-14-21
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 58C1165
VICTOR PEARSON,
Plaintiff.
ELLEN PEARSON,
I ndant.
TO ELLEN PEARSON
Residen.-e I'nknown
Yea are required to serve a rnpv of
Bawar to the Rill of Complaint
for Dlvnr.e on the plaintiff's attorney,
and to file the origlnil answer In the
office of the clerk of the Circuit Coa I
on ..r before 'he i7tn dav of March
A.D., liS; otherwlae, the Bill of Com-
plaint for liivone, heretofore filed
li.'.in. will be taken as confessed by
you
Dated at Miami. Florida, this the
lllh day of February. If
K H I.EATHERMAN.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida,
(seal) By: JOAN BNEEDEN,
HKN KSSKN. Eq. V"""" ^^
1014 Seyl.old FSIdg.
Miami. Florida
I/14-J1-M. 1/7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersianed. desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BAI_ATON MEAT MARKET A PORK
PKolH'CTS at 1**3 S W. sth Street.
Miami. Florida intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
ALBERT CHRIST, W* Partner
ANTON SCHMIDT. MMt Partner
OOLDMAN A OOLDSTEIN
2J03 W. Flagler St.
Attorneys for Registrants
2/21-2s, 3/7-14
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
solicits four legal notlcee,
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantM
accurate service at legal
rates
Phone FR 4-4366
lot messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 427*1-B
In Re: ESTATE OF
SARAH ZINHARO.
I'. < '-ased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
lug Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You. and each of you are hereby
an.l required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of ...u. ina> hav* against the
estate of SARAH ZINtJARo da.
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
Honorable County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in their
offic... In the County Courthouse In
Dade County. Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Bald
r demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and prem-nted ns aforeeald,
will he barred. See Section 733.14 of
th* ]4i Probate Act.
Date Feb tt>, V 11 15.
MARIE MKRTKL As Executrix
of the Last Will snd Teetameal
of SARAH ZINi'.AKo. Deceased.
HAROLD M SII.VF.RMAN
2.1 AJhambra Circle
Coral Cables. Florida
Attorney for Executrix
I/SB, 3/7-14-21
IN TMB CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11t* JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
reaj r_ara; COUNTY. FLORIDA IN
CHANCERY. Ne. HC1MI
.i.ii,i.Aiin N. BEELElt,
I'lalstiff.
va.
EUNICE RBELER,
I >. f. iKlanl
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
To: Eunice Heeler.
Residence In the State of Florida
You are hereby notified that a bill
for divorce haa been filed against you,
and you are required to serve a copy
of your answer to the complaint on
plaintiff** attorney. W Kent .lamese>n.
!T> i N.W. Stth Street. Miami. Florida,
and file the original thereof with the
undersigned clerk of the court on or
before March 31. 1S.18. otherwise a
default Judament will be eaterad
against you.
Dated at Miami. FWida. this 2ith
day of F'cl>ruar>. !'.
B. B. !.F*ATHERMAN. Clerk of
(.al) t'ie cir.ult Court
H\ L. A. CI.KAKF;. Deputy Clark.
I M, 3/7-14-21
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undei>icned, desiring to engage In
bualneaa under the fictitious name of
JACKSON DRUG at 1701 N.W. 10th
Avenue, Miami intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Chteull
Court of Dade County, Florida.
Sole t iwner
HA I.I.IK. INC.
M VRSHA1 1. CHERN
Attorney for Applicant
1022 Keybold lilda.
7-14
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the und. i signed, desiring to .n-age la
business under t
CONSOLIDATED BUREAU OF IN-
VERTIOATION at IT". N E 4i'i St.,
Miami. Intends to I name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade Count
Sole owner
IRWIN PLAVNICK
J/tl-V I :-'i

NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKkKllY OIVEN that
the und. signed, deslrina to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MORTOAOE FINANCE ASSOCIATES
OF* MIAMI at *27 Lincoln Road. P.. on.
211 Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of 1 uie
County. Florida.
Sole Owners
ALBERT W FBNTON
PHILIP 'i ROKEN
MILTON J SAFFIR
2/21-2*. 3/7-14
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NoTKE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious naoi*- of
GUARANTY MORTOAOE CO. OF
MIAMI at 27 Lincoln Road. R.aim 211
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad*
County, Florida.
.Sole iwners
ALBERT W FENTON
PHILIP ; ROBEN
MILTON J. SAFFIR
221-2*. I 7-14
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 5SC1S23
HAIIULD W ORB
vs.
SARAH M ORE
To Sarah M Orr. residence un-
known: Toil are ordered lo fil.
answer to above styled suit for divorce
with cirrk of said Court and furnish
row '" 'Jeo. Wood, alto aey for plain-
tiff. W Magler. Miami. F-a on or
before March SJst. IMS, or bill will l>e
taken as confessed.
I m te B H I.EATHERMAN. clerk of
Iseal) 'he Circuit Court
By JOAN 8MCCOEN, Deputj Clerk
r/ja, s/7-14n
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
Ne. MC1702
EARTHY T BENNETT,
Plaintiff.
SAP Ml C PENNFTTT,
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: SARAH C, BENNETT
c o Sam Hart
Angler, North Carolina
You are hereby notified that a Bill
ef Complaint for Div.a-.e has been
filed against you. and you are required
to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Kill of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorneys. POLLACK A
YOI'NG. 220 Miracle Mile. c,,rai
Cables. Florida, and file the original
An-wer or Pleading In the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before
the 4th day of April. Ii8 If you fail
to do ao. Judgement by default will be
taken against >ou for the relief de-
manded In the Bill of Complaint.
IKiNE AND ORDKItF'D at Miami.
Florida, this 3rd day of March. A.D.
IMS.
K B LEATHBRMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade Countv Ferida
(seal) By L. A CIJSAJUE.
Deputy Clerk
3/7-14-21-2
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice is hereby uiven that
the undei signed, desiring to eng-
ine fictitious na
JEFFERSON TERRACE APART-
MENTS it -i" ItKh si eel and
Jefferson Avenue. Miami
intend to restate* Mid name with the
Clerk >.r tin Court of Dad*
County, Florida.
NORMAN and RI'TH BLATMAJ*
JACK and KI.SA BRATM \ \
PAI'L and RAE WEINSTOCK
LEON A EPSTEIN
Attorne) for AppUcaata
42" I.in.-oln R 2 21 -IS, T-14
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN
the understand! dealrlna to -nj i
business under the fictitious nai
ANN'S IMPORTERS at
Road In the city of MlamL*Beach.
State of Florida Intends to register the
said name with the Clerk of th,
urt of Dade CoSBtty, Florida
r>ated at Miami Reach Florida, thia
2".th day of F*ebruary. IMS
ANN HolMUITZ
EDITH BROIDA
Attorney for Applicant
One IJncoln Road P.uildlna
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JOCIALIIE
Miami attorney Sidney and Sydell Efronton,
of 5930 SW 62nd pi., have a baby boy, their second
child Leon Davidall eight pounds, 14 ounces
of him!made his appearance Feb. 5 ... Big sis-
ter is three-and-a-half-year-old Beth .
Sid is past president of B'nai B'rith Council
of South Florida Grandparents are Mr. and
. m Hilberg, of Miami, and Mr. Haiti Efronton, of Detroit.
Wfdrii" bells rang out recently for Cynthia Harriet Hechter,
j.nditrr of Mr. and Mrs. George Hechter. of 700 W. 47th st. .
la, became the bride ol Ephraim Collins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol
ICalliM of 5595 SW 80lh st. A reception in their honor was
'~ven by Cynthia'* parents in their home Jan. 25 .
Cynthia, a Miami Beach High School grad. hs an AB from the
IUniversity of Miami She was named to "Who's Who Among
ll'niversity Students" and racked up an impressive list of activities
A Human Isolations major, she found time to edit the Hillel
Herald lary of Alpha Sigma Epsilon, and received the
[|mInter-Faith Scholarship and the Matilda Ratner Hiilel plaque
Ephhas his AB from New York University, and his law degree
from the I'M "e's treasurer of Tau Epsilon Rho legal fratern-
Ijtv.jnd corresponding secretary of the Miami Zionists .
The young couple will make their home in Miami.
A gay musical evening was held Sunday night at the hom of
lEtther Barred, of 3603 SW 17th st., when she entertained Sam and
I Jennie Bernstein, the charming parents of composer-musician con-
ductor TV-st,.r Leonard Bernstein Tape recordings started off
[thegaiety, which led into spontaneous singing from the group, after
which the guests sampled a smorgasbord buffet .
Raising their voices in song were Cantor Hirmin Gottlieb, of
iTemple Judoa. Henry Martoi, Miami's well-known dramatic tenor,
IMolly (Mrs. Harry) Rom, a soprano from Lakewood, N.J.. and
Ram and Alex Delltrson, of Miami Esther was at the Baldwin
I for all. .
Special treat was the lovely Chassidic song rendered by Sam
I Bernstein himself Leonard, by the way. sang this same song
I when he was in Israel, which he had learned from his father .
[Also present, and contributing anecdotes to the fun, were Joan
(Mrs. Herman) Gottlieb, Ethel (Mrs. Henry) Mattel. Helen (Mrs.
lAlei) Roller and Mrs. Blanche Dellerson Also Mrs. Rose Lustig,
|Hirry Rose, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Shelling.
In town recently to give consultative service to Jewish Family
mice Vocational Service Department was Roland Bert, executive
director of the Jewish Occupational Council ... He was feted at
la reception given by Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Cestel at their Samma dr.
|home this past Wednesday Alvin is president of JFS .
Mr. dm?, who has been in Miami at the invitation of Greater
Hiami Jewish Federation, is the acknowledged leader in the field
bf Jewish vocational activities He's held the most honored posi-
tion in Jewish communal servicehe's past president of the Na-
nonal Conference of Jewish Communal Service ... In New York
Bty, be'i exec director of Federation Employment and Guidance
ervice .
Attending the Cassel reception were members of the board of
irectors of JFS, and professional community leaders of local pub-
and private vocation service and communal planning organ-
ations.
Back ai his t hevy desk after a three-week "dieting trip" is
pam Li*y, Jr., of 630 SW 29th rd. Actually, it was a business
Fd vacation trip which combined a rigid amount of dieting which
T*m figured he could never successfully do at home He's now
"ie 25 pounds lighter and feeling fit as a fiddle-no longer fit as
MSS Viol!
The Irv Shapiros, of 63 SW 31st rd.. the Dave Millers, of 5969
jwcedr and the Earl Pertnoys, of 5000 Cherokee ave., all have
r dlnner reservations set at the Fontainebleau for Jimmy
"ntt'j opening .
ilvT'* Eps,,in' Suest at Miami Springs Villas, has been having
ft*, i !'ness me<*'ngs with his associates regarding the new
wawak hotel in Jamaica.
M i*^'S a' a (linncr dance at Westview Country Club were Mr.
tiili Jo**ph L'** Mn. Lipton was gowned in a green
|n ensemble, purchased in Hong Kong Their daughter,
bwr k *aS tstorled by her fne. Marshall Harris, who is back
Mrea and a stay in Washington, DC. .
Also dinner partying were Mr. and Mr*. Alex Strauss and their
it,. f1? a lable Presided over by Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rost, who
^"lebranngMrs. Re*-, birthday.
i I I I I I
rounder A!nha '' ^""Of'ty of the University of Miami had their
wwu l,,ntneon t the Algiers hotel Mar. 1 Honored
airman Ann* Br*"r Meyers, member of the school board.
nvic lead S,ale ** Israel Bonds committee, and all-around
tsidp., I' a"(l alumnae president Mrs. Marcy Levin, and chapter
to"'6'1" Garfinkle ... Arm Kaufman was in charge of ar-
fc. wnich included peach and blue flowers and candles.
|n wr||*nd Mr* Morris Black, of 525 S. Shore dr.. and Mr. and
'' anihm JlIOOO' ot 5 S. Shore dr.. were again co-hosts Feb.
aeads I l lhe,r v*arly aeries of parties tor their out-of-town
Scene was the Algiers hotel, where 32 eues*s enioved
and cards style note was the Urge apothecary jar
n sPnng posies which was the main cemer-piece.
ir*,n *'"'" Berkewiti, of New York's Congregation B'nai
* c,,'' w""'ng here He's the guest of hu father-in-law.
^*. -t the Royal P.un hotel .. .
*v*rs*K v?r*' ***" *rarn*y celebrated their 40th wedding
*r uk: ar 5 before sailing for a Caribbean cruise ... A
u." i '"r 'he Pranskyt included the Max Blocks, Mr. and
i-H dsT k ""** t Rudela* Kramers Thursday is
f*eir Vl.P^U,/he Pr"*y IaVe a party themselves for guests
^trrnaid apts.
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Miami. Florida, Friday, March 7. 1958
Section B
Nahum Astar, Consul of Israel for Southeastern
region of United States, discusses success cf
Inbal performances in Miami, with Mr. and
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers and A. Arthur Pekelner
at reception in Algiers hotel following Thurs-
day night's performance. Reception for Inbal
Patrons was given by Astar and Greater Mi-
ami Committee for Israel's Tenth Anniversary
Celebration, which sponsored local engage-
ment of Inbal as first in a series of events cele-
brating Israel's tenth anniversary of indepen-
dence. Myers is chairman of committee, and
Pekelner is chairman of executive committee.
Pians are being made by committee for series
of cultural ana entertainment events to be cli-
maxed Apr. 24 by a mammoih, community-
wide tenth birthday party for Israel.
N. Dade Does if Big
At Purim Carnival
The 2 500 yearold Festival of
Purim WS1 celebrated at the North
Dade Jewish Center Sunday with a
combined carnival and barbeque
sponsored by the Center's PTA.
More than 20 booths included
sneh games as "Fill the Royal
Treasure." "Crown Queen Esther'"
and "The Purim Cake Walk."
Each class of the Popiel Sun-
day school prepared a booth un-
der the direction ot Mrs. Ira
Schu'.-nan end Mrs. Harry Green-
berg, assisted by Mrs. Monroe
Schiffman.
Cartoon movies and a mapician's
show featured Robert Lipof.
The barbeque began at 4 p.m.
inder the chairmanship of Mrs.
Roy Goldberg. Mrs. Maurice Neu
is president of PTA.
Left to right are chairman of Temple Judea Sisterhood annual
donor luncheon Mrs. Arthur Chosen and Mrs. Alfred Reich.
Temple Judea Donor Luncheon
Sisterhood of Temple Judea wll
hold its annual donor luncheon in
the Skyroom of the DuPont Tarle-
ton hotel Wednesday noon.
Mrs. Alfred Reich and Mrs. Ar-
thur Chasen are chairmen of th^
event, theme of which is "Queen
for a Day "
One heefcy woman will be
chosen "queen" to receive the
meny beautiful gifts chosen es-
pecially for the occasion. Site will
be outfitted from head to toe, and
will be attended by two ladies in
waiting, who will also be recip-
ients of many gifts.
Special attraction will be Gracie
Barrie in a program of unusual
content
The Sisterhood has just com-
pleted the installation of a heating
system in all of the classrooms at
Temple Judea. Proceeds from the
luncheon will be used for the build
ing fund.
In charge of reservations are
Mrs. David Stein and Mrs. Sam
enberg.
Center to Nam Bazaar
Dade Heights Jewish Community
Center will meet Sunday evening
to plan the Centers bazaar Mar.
16. Proceeds of the bazaar are for
the Center's building fund, accor-
ding to chairman Mrs. Seu^ Miller.
Make-Up Man,
Spring Fashions
Their Schedule
Del Russo. internationally known
movie, theatrical and fashion
make-up artist, will lecture on the
proper application of make-up at
the monthly meeting of the North
Dade Sisterhood Monday evening,
8 p.m., in the Center Community
Hall.
Russo was formerly director of
make-up for well-known firms like
Matchabelli. Helena Rubenstein,
Revlon and John Powers.
He currently conducts a weekly
television program on ch. 10. and
will be assisted by his wife in his
lecture and demonstration.
Mrs. Fred Blank. Sisterhood pres-
ident, announced that the public is
invited to attend.
Annual donor luncheon of Sister-
hood will be highlighted by a spring
fashion show, including the la"
styling presented through the cour-
tesy of Richard's Department
Store at the Algiers hotel Wednes-
day noon
Mrs. Henry' Gilbert, donor chair-
man, has announced that there are
a limited number of tickets still
available. Also in charge of lickeU
is Mrs. Sanford Lebman.






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Friday, March 7. lgJ
Noted Psychologist
Added to JFS Staff
Dr. Margaret W. Hartley, clini-
cal psychologist, has boon appoint-
ed psychological consultant for
Je\\i>h Family Service, Alvin Cas-
JKS president, said Wednes-
day.
Dr Hartley, who holds hor PhD
degree in psychology from the Uni-
verstly nf Chicago, has been in
practice in Miami since 19">2. Her
m...jor interest has been work with
Iren.
Dr. Har ley comes to Jewish
Family Service with previous ex-
perience in several other commu-
nity social agencies. During the
past year, she has contributed
special eifort as a participant in
the organizing cf new programs
for retarded children.
Dr. Hartley will be most closely
associated with the asency's child
care services. These include foster
I lacement of children, service to
unmarried mothers, adoption place-
ment and counseling in the area
of parent-child conflicts. It is ex-
pi CMd that she will work collab-
ora'tvely with the agency's psychi-
atric consultants. Dr. Louis F. Ro-
gel and Dr. Walter M. White.
The agency is also developing
plans, Cassel said, to retain a
ch'ci medical consultant as part
of the profess ic.ial team the
agency is making available in
helping children.
Dr. Hartley's sen-ices, he said.
"will significantly strengthen the
assistance given children of all
,1-c- and help create a level of
- r ce comparable to the best
elsev here in the coun-
The child care services and the
oth v programs of Jewish Family
Service are financed by Greater
Miami Jewish Federation and the
i I Fund.
Auxiliary Holds Donor Dinner
Contest for Queen Esther
Beth El Hebrew and Sunday
ichoo] will hold a Purim program
. y 10 a.m., in the Dora August
Auditorium. A contest will be hold
to i led a "Queen Esther."
Music, Arts League
Exhibit Due Sunday
Miami Beach Music and Arts
League will sponsor an art exhibi-
tion at its next concert Sunday
evening, in the Surf room of the
Roney Plaza hotel.
According to Louis B. Hober-
man, executive secretary, fulure
concerts will be combined ith
special exhibits of ceramics, sculp-
ture, and paintings, with special
emphasis on new talent of its
membership and invited artists.
Harry L. Webb, program chair-
man, will announce a special
scholarship to be offered to Dade
county student*.
Miss Bertha E. King, chairman
of the art committee, including
Lillian Bloch, Constance Gordon,
and Estelle Hoberman. has an-
nounced the following artists who
will exhibit their work:
Lois Brown, Dorothy Camil,
Esther Cohen, Harold Cohen,
Hilda Eley, Dorothy Gillis, Pam-
ela Leonard, Mae Minor, Anelle
Martin, Judith Murray, Freda
Newman, Ruth Pontius, Clyde
Ridley, Harry Rossman, Mattie
Greater Miami Auxiliary of the
American Medical Center win how
its annual donor dinner dance at
the Cafo de Paris Sundaj evening
Mrs. Sam Liebexman is chair-
Home Residents
To Mark Purim
Preparations are moving ahead :
at the .lewi>h Home for the Aged in ;
readiness tor the residents' annual
Purim carnival to be held Sunday
at 2:30 p.m.
This is a major annual event in
the group work program directed
for residents by the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center.
Each resident has assumed an
active role in the planning and I
carrying through of all responsibil-1
ities. All proceeds from this affair ]
will be given to the Combined Jew
ish Appeal, as part of the residents'
contribution to this year's cam-
paign. Charles Plotkin. G.M.ICC ex-
tension supervisor, is in charge of
the program.
invited as guests of the residents
are members of the following or-
ganizations: the Women's Auxil-
iary, and the Women's Junior Aux
iliary of the Home, National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women, and the board
of directors of Douglas Gardens.
nan of the event, and reservation*
are being taken by Mrs. 1mm.
Hell and Mrs. Herman Schoenfetd
The organization holds n
monthlv parties, with gifts f.ir pa-
tients suffering from tubercuWi
and cancer at Jackson M,lnorj]
Hospital.
Greater Miami area has th
lent 78 patients to the America!
M.uical Center in Driver, Colo.
Miami Psychologist in Talk
"Time, Space and Reality" is the
title of a talk to be given by Dr.
Jacques Fresco, Miami psycholo-
gist, Sunday 8:15 p.m.. at the Al-
cazar hotel. The talk is one in a
regular Sunday night series de-
livered by-Dr. Fresco under the
general heading. "You and the
World You Live In." Discussion
period will follow the lecture.
Richmond, Julia Squarcia, and
E. V. Willard.
An unusual musical treat will
also be offered. Featured is the
Balalaika Troupe, with Vladimir
Pepeskul. balalaika: Dennis Ser-
i-ihii. xylophone and concertina:
Tamar, singer and balalaika; and
Mary Serroni, dancer.
They have appeared locally at
the University of Miami and on
television. Herman A. Binder,
president, will officiate.
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men's Division final fund-raisinq event. Town
Luncheon Unlimited, held at Miami Springs
| Villas. Over 400 women responded generous-
r to dynamic address delivered by Philip M.
Klutzniclc, B'nai B'rith president, shown with
luncheon chairman Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz (right),
Mrs. Sam Stark and Mrs. Bernard Stevens,
as totals were announced.
ladassah Board Fetes Mrs. Sapiro; Groups in Meetings
Xouncil Carton Day1 to Highlight Spring
Calendar of Jewish Women's Group
One of the highlights on the
spring calendar of the Greater Mi-
ami Section, National Council of
Jewifh Women, is the Council
Thrift Shop's "Council Carton
Day," set for Friday, Mar. 21, 1
p.m. at the Deauville hotel.
Mrs. Marvin Zank, Thrift Shop
chairman, has announced that
members will enjoy dessert and
coffee, and will see a fashion show
presented bv Allardale's. of Lincon
rd.. and featuring their fashions
created by Well.
Purpose of the affair is to stock
the shelves and racks of the Coun-
cil Thrift Shop. 517 N. Miami ave..
with a new supply of merchandise.
The price of admission for Council
members or others interested in
attending is one full carton of
clean, saleable goods.
This may include bric-a-brac,
jewelry, sporting equipment,
housewares, toys, and clothing.
A special priie will be awarded
to tho parson who sends in tha
most full cartons.
The cartons may not be brought
to the hotel on Council Carton Day
but must be received by the Mar.
15 deadline. Admission tickets will
be mailed upon receit of each car-
ton.
Members may phone their Di-
vision Thrift Shop chairman, who
will arrange for the cartons to be
picked up. Division chairmen arp.
Biscayne, Mrs. Jack Burke and
Mrs. Sidney Manton; Sunset, Mrs.
Theodore Andrews; Shores, Mrs.
Joseph Imbrey; Lincoln, Mrs. Ccal
Schwartz; Islands, Mrs. Max
Green; Indian Creek, Mrs. Meyer
Don; and Bay, Mrs. Charles Fisch-
er.
Members of the Miami Beach
Iwrd of Hadass.ih will honor Mrs.
mud Sapiro at an Oneg Shab-
it Saturday at the home of Mrs.
muel Oritt, 8lu Lakeview dr.
Mrs. Sapiro. a member of the
kational board of I ladassah and
ou!h Aliyah chairman of the
lorida region, her "pet project"
its inception in 1932, has
liven many years ol service to
ndanak.
I Her recent efforts have been for
Ima I-roject a mother to
outh Aliyah child in Israel. A
emnbution of $600 supports a
hild for a year. Mrs. Sapiro has
ten an Ima un times.

Shlomi group of Iladassah will
fleet Monday noon at Hibiscus
Hsonic Auditorium.
I Mrs. Harry Oberst, program
fairman, will present Mrs. Doris
bkoff, singer of popular and folk
MRS. SAMUEL SAPIRO
ballads, accompanied at the piano
by Mrs. Gertrude Baskin.
Plans for the Youth Aliyah lunch-
eon will be discussed. Mrs. Mux
Rothfeld, president, will report on
the group's progress to date.

Stephen S. Wise group of Iladas-
sah will have their meeting Mon-
day noon at the Crown hotel.
The meeting will feature Youth
Aliyah with a film, "This is the
Way We Learn to Live."
Stephen S. Wise will also have
an anniversary gathering for
Youth Aliyah card parties Mar. 13
noon at the Crown hotel. Chairman
is Mina Dorfman.
On Saturday. Mar. 15 at 12:30
p.m., the chapter's Discussion
Group will have an Oneg Shabbat
at the home of Mrs. Jennie Jawitz,
1320 S. Biscayne Point rd.

Louis D. Brandeis group of Ila-
dassah will meet for luncheon and
a card party Monday noon at the
North Shore Jewish Center.

Henrietta Siold group will pre-
sent the skit. "Home Arain," fol-
lowed by a musical program, at a
meeting Monday noon at the Al-
giers hotel.
Sisterhood Sponsors Carnival
Second annual carnival sponsor-
ed by the Sisterhood of Southwest
Jewish Center will be Sunday at
Wonderland. 1401 SW 67th ave. The
affair begins at noon.
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AIRS. MAX DAVIS
Gulf stream Will
Honor Mrs. Davis
Gulfstrcaifi;Park will honor Mrs.
Max Davis, president of Miami
Beach chapter of B'nai B'rith. dur-
ing the park's opening week.
The celebration will take the
form of a Pay at the Races this
coming Tuesday, and will honor
Mrs. Davis on the occasion of her
birthday.
Ths no'ed toc'al, civic and
philanthropic leader has been
asked to present the Gulfstream
Trophy to the winner in the win-
n*''s circle on that day.
The feature race will be Tic
Bnai B'rith," wiih Mrs. Davis"
favorite charity to benefit from the
proceeds.
Charter bus will be ;it the dis-
posal of persons wishing to attend.
In charge of reservations are Mr-.
Frank Burg, chairman, anil Mrs.
Eugene Weiss.
Miami Hadassah In Varied Events
Highlighting the Monday, Mar.
10. meeting of the Albert Einstein
group of Hadassah. will be Seymour
Samet, Southeastern director of the
.American Jewish GommittM.
Samet will conduct the group in
a review of "How to Secure Your
Child Against Prejudice.''
Project for March is Youth Ali-
yah. international agency for re-
lief and rehabilitation of homeless
Jewish children. Mrs. Alvin Atlass.
program director, said that since it
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The 12:45 p.m. meeting will be
held at the First Federal Bank
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A surprise speaker will present a
talk on "Your Voice and You" at
the Dunes motel at 8:30 p.m. Mon-
day, when Chai group of Hadassah
holds its regular meeting.
Next meeting of the Naomi group
of Hadassah will be held at 8:30
p.m., Monday evening, at the Coli-
seum. 1500 Douglas rd.. Coral
Gables.
L>r. Rlaine Needell will be guest
speaker. Her topic will be "Mod-
ern Applications ot Hypnosis."
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Next regular meeting of Chaim
Weizmann group will be Monday
at the Miami Pioneer Club. 250
NW, N. River dr. The affair will
be in celebration ol Punm and
Queen Rsther will be crowned. The
queen will be the member who has
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Bikur Cholim to Meet
Bikur Cholim of the Israelite
Center will hold a Purim member-
ship tea Wednesday, 1 p.m., at the
Center, 3198 SW 24th ter. Rabbi
Morton Malavsky will speak. Mrs.
B. Sugarman is chairman.
secured the most new members for
the group.
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Mt. Scopus group of Had;i--ah
will dedicate its next meeting to
"Rye Banks." Mrs. Louis Alex-
ander is program chairman. Meet-
ing is at 1 p.m. Monday, in Coral
Gables Masonic Hall, 41 Valencia.

Regular meeting of Aviva group
of Hadassah will be held at the
home of Mrs. Harold Prince, 8020
SW 132nd st., Miami, Monday at
12:30 p.m.
The program will include an orig-
inal play, "The Purim Game,"
written by member Mrs. Richard
Fink.
Yiddish Writer
To be Honored
Iser Tolush, well-known Yiddish
writer who lives in Miami Beach,
recently published a new book,
"My Father's Melody."
To celebrate the event, writers
and Jewish community leaden
here will hold a literary evening
Sunday, 8:30 p.m., at Hibiscus
Lodge Auditorium.
Chairman of the evening will
be Dr. Alexander Mukdoni, not-
ed literary critic. The proiram
will be directed by Joseph Dun-
tov. ^ ._^__
Participating are Hone Gotteo
feld. president of the Y. L. Perelz.
Yiddish Writers Organization; Ra-
chel H. Korn. renowned poetess,
who will read from her new works;
1. J. Schwartz, author of "Ken-
tucky;" Beeryl Morrison, who will
read excerpts from the latest book
of Tolush; and Louis Lasavin, prin-
lorber Chapter in final
Plans tar Annual Drive
Lorber chapter, Jewish Nation,]
Home for Asthmatic Children ,J
Denver, celebrated the io,h nnJ
versary of the founding of ti
group with a "Mad Hatter's" birhJ
day party, Tuesday at the Garde
restaurant.
Final plans were presented coj
cerning the annual dinner danci
to be held Mar. 9 at the DeauviU
hotel. The dance will feature
talents of Donald O'Connor
his troupe. Co-chairmen for ,
dance are Mrs. Allan Michaels
and Mrs. Joseph Solomon.
cipal of the local Y. L. Pereti'
dish School.
The Workmen's Circle choir, i
der the direction of Abraham'
duck, will appear in a group
Yiddish and Hebrew folk
Additional musical program
been planned, and will be pr
cd by Anyuta Melicov.
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March 7, 1958
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Rehabilitation Through Training Their Project
Putting it on dotted line. Mayor Kenneth Oka sinn* proclama-
tion declaring Mar. 5 ORT Day in Miami Beach in honor of
Greater Miami and Afternoon chapters of Women's American
ORT. With him in ceremony are (left to right) Mrs. Irvinq Tillis,
president, Greater Miami chapter, and Mrs. Joseph Wilkes,
president, Miami Beach Afternoon chapter. ORT maintains a
global program of vocational education, providing academic
courses and training in over 70 industrial trades to poverty
stricken, displaced and unskilled persons. ORT students now
located in 20 countries number 25.000.
Selling first two tickets to world premiere of Warner Brothers'
production of "Marjorie Morningstar" is Mrs. Irving Sussman,
president of Southeastern Florida reaion of ORT, sponsor of
Mar. 19 event at Beach Theatre. Tony Martin, currently at
rontainebleau hotel, is happy purchaser. Tickets are avail-
able through any member of ORT, or at any Florida State
Theatre.
Efiorts by Mrs. Margaret Newman Stearn (center) in behalf of
Greater Mami chapter of ORT are lauded and Mrs. Stearn
honored at a function in home of chapter sponsor Mrs. Jennie
Grossinger (left). Lookina on is Mrs. Florence Kupperman.
Guests attending included Mr. and Mrs. Martin Von Zamft,
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bosworth, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Daggett,
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lapidus, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Meyers,
Mr. Thomas Fanigetti, Dr. and Mrs. Harold Kaufman, Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Tillis, Mrs. Joseph Wilkes and Mr. George Stearn.
N. Dade Chapter
Marks ORT Day
The North Dade chapter of Wo-
men's American ORT observed
ORT Day Wednesday with a coffee
at the home of Mrs. Gerald E.
Freed, of N. Miami. Some 60 wo
men attended.
ORT works for the rehabilitation
of Jews in need everywhere in the
free world. The organization makes
vocational training accessible to
the impoverished and underpriv-
ileged Jewish people in order to
render them productive and useful
members of their communities, and
thus contribute to the prosperity
of their nations.
Mrs. Norman Mnrganstern is in
charge of membership information.
Mrs. Meidenberg
Is on the Mend
Mrs. Kate Meidenberg, of 1760
James ave., who has recently been
hospitalized at Mt. Sinai Hospital,
is now recuperating at the Bikur
Cholem Convalescent Home, 310
Collins ave.
In gratitude for her recovery,
Mrs. Meidenberg held a dinner par-
ty for 20 guests at the Convalescent
Home Friday night.
She will remain at the Conva-
lescent Home a few more weeks.
Mrs. Meidenberg is an active life
member in several philanthropic
and civic organizations and has
been-v generous contributor to all
worthy causes.
When she spent several months
in Israel a year ago, Mrs. Meiden-
berg was able to visit the many
projects and institutions which her
contributions help to support.
Two Will be Honored
Mrs. Rachel Katz, president of
Sisterhood of Beth Tfilah. an-
nounces the group's annual Purim
luncheon Monday, 12:30 p.m. A sur-
prise honoring two of the mem-
bers will be the keynote of this
affair. The committee consists Of
Mrs. Abraham Stern, chairman,
and Mrs. Lillian Selis, Mrs. Anna
Silberman, Mrs. Gertrude Beek-
man and Mrs. Meyer Katz.
To Honor New Charter
A card party honoring the re-
ceiving of the charter for the new
Tziona chapter of Mizrachi Wom-
en's Organization of America will
be held at the home of Mrs. Jo-
seph Waldman, 2502 Prairie ave..
Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. Hostesses
for the evening are Mrs. Morris
Waldman and Mrs. Howard Treit-
man.
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They'll Mark ORT
Day Tuesday
Greater Miami Women's Amer-
ican ORT will mark National ORT
Day at an 8:15 p.m. affair in the
Deauville hotel Tuesday.
Featured will be an original skit
written by Hazel Sherbill, "ORT
Masquerade Party."
Participants will be the Mes-
dames Norman Rothstein and Har-
ry Rosenblatt. Panelists are the
Mesdames Dorothy daymen, Car-
ole Goodman, Mac Kaplan and
Ethel Sadawsky.
Contestants are the Mesdames
Caroline Feinberg, Sally Gordon,
Anne Linden, Faire Robbins, and
Florence Weinman.
Nominating Group
To be Chosen
Grea'er Miami Alumnae Assn.
of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority will
meet Monday evening, 8:15 p.m.,
at the home of Mrs. Paul Rosen.
35 Hibiscus dr. Cohostess is Mrs.
Allen Abelson.
Flection of a nominating com-
mittee will be feature of the eve-
ning, as well as final arrangements
for the organization's Founder's
Day luncheon and fashion show
Mar. 15 at the Beau Rivage.
In charge of information and
tickets is Mrs. Allen Marcus, 1271
95th st., Miami Beach.
Her lamii FT A Meeting
PTA of Temple Ner Tamid
heard guest speaker Miss Marion
Henriqued. of the Mental Health
Society, at a meeting Monday
night. Program included the film,
"Age of Turmoil." Schedule of
events is arranged in cooperation
with Temple Ner Tamid head
teacher Mr. Fay Feinstein.
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They'll Finalize Plans
For Annual Donor Event
The?;Hebrew word "chai" (lifet
will he the pace-setter for the 18th ,
annual donor luncheon of the
Greater Miami Council of Pioneer
Women Mar. 18 in the Alhambra
room of the Seville hotel.
Mrs. Fred Sandier, Council pres-1
ident, and her Moctzet committee,
which consists of the Mesdames
Henry Seitlin, Nathan Bookspan.
Abe Shedroff. Oscar Zeltzer, Isaac
Pushkin, Abe Seltzer, I. Shapoff,
Jacob Raffel and Morris Seeman
will formulate final plans for the
donor at their next regular meeting
Mar. 11, 1 p.m., at the Seville
hotel.
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wsV be tstvd SefaavJay. Mar 15 7
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funnl erase itaaieti af ihi He-
brew Acaaenry wal antntat
waste aed the Seven Dvarl-
day a* a PTA sse*--a_' ia tfee Acad-
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Live in New York
Mr* John P Fraaaer. Marioe.
V* aaaaaares the mama**of her
6*9&i+t M./ara Heieae. to Brian
Borsfeek mm of Mr. aorl Mr*. Lev
tor k Korshak Miami Beaefe.
Tfee doubt* nag ceremony wat
jay il Mar 2 at no** by Rabbi
lx>c Kr'mnJi m Tessple Beth Sbe-
|ea
The bride wore a balleriaa-lea(tfc
'; of white chiffon with a flower
haf tad tfemteagth eiJ. and tar
a Mnagay of l.lies-of-th*
mensbert of die immediate
faa.ny w*r* present, and there
? ', "*ndaiR>. Tfee weddmg
luncheon >i held at tfee Algiers
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Tfee bride attended Mary Wash
irigU/n College 'A th* UniversMy of
gfcwJ and vat graduated from
Onto State University. The groom
1 a cra ftorida. and terverj witfe tfee United
Xiate* Army in Europe.
After their waiting trip, the
t-le will MM* in N*w York
CMa, wh-re the w*m it a cotn-
*l artitt.
aa Hebrew by Mr*
Saeetor GreeaherB i
aaj aaaa*er] far U bacaal nsaee
by Mr. Eaythe Saaiater. both af
the Araaeaiy faeaKy. the apereca;
at he araatatod in tfee two Ian
token by the
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feu. is a mimhii of
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at Miami Boach
Cole tinned frtsi&eul
r.-i.-k S- Cole bas be named
prtiidfwt of Luby Motor*. Inc..
Dade cooaty dealer for Fiat, and
Leby Metrepolitaa Ri.x'.Jer. Inc.
which bandies lirrfcriB Motors
Cora, tirs B-jth \ia*% rr-entiy
mere aoded to Sa.-. Laby, Cfesvro-
se*, dealer of 1065 r e r st.
. t -.-.-.. -naaaaae of
Laby Chen U 1953
te enj to Balumcre as president
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retarned to Miami la.-t month to
lake orer tis present ouues.
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of diiet'ors of I
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af the
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Mrs. Schwartz is affiliah
Trswato Israai 4 Gr
Tfee board af direc
plans far the- cocasne vear'i
gram of activities, ca
budget of waare than a qn
of a sniBsSB daOars. and
ill be erven by the I
on Rehf-aa and Mara'-or.. Hu
Relations. Advancement of Ji
ism. and Membership -
istrative Semces.
Mrs. Henry Maasfn : Us
-eles. CaiiL. aatiaaal president j
tfee organ'iatioa. snll preside
the meetiags of the board All I
sions will be held at the nati
beaooaarters af tfee Sis-erhoo* i
the H ana af Lariaa Jn-i-ismBerj
Memorial aa Fifth ave
Fonowiag the oaeteOa. reaaru
will be rendered by the toflowmg
ssssstaMB
Uhrary Mrs. Jaiswh Zanwl;
PuriMt carntval and wtaswaorada
Mrs. Ckartos BOawi; aift shap
Mrs. B*a Martm; roovw moth-
rt Mrs. M. H. KesonaoMsa,
Mrs. Hareta- Rowshard and Mrs.
Harry Kaatan.
Mrs. Isidore Spoiter. PTA jaar-j
nal chairman, will diseass the an-.
astal year btrjk sponsored by tfee
Hebrew Academy Women
Performers in the operetta w.U
l* P^ujti kotetiberg. Itarksssl
GreenberK. Perry Leff. Gemlyn
Cross. Gerald Komretch. Davm
Waist, fieborah Ribner. Margaret
Masfcarits. Harry Hoffenberg, Stev-
en Lesky, Michael Kesselman,
If^rrv Mannheimer and Melvin
r*rber.
DyaaahJ Cache, son of Mr and
Mrs. Mae Gache. li E. Saa Man to
*.. u tare president of the Key-
ttane Boys Qub. and a Junior at
&--*-.k H.t. ScfeoaL
GtdmW bVotrp Fcrty
CooowiS Group of Greater Mi-
ami wJB boH a luacbeon a=d ^ames
part] Taaisuay roan. Mar. 13. at
'fee Repobueaa Club. 1947 W Flak-
ier t iiwts are the Mesdames
Moms Freeman. Sam Behner. A.
Moms Goldberg and Rose Leder-
maa. and Mr AlVit Grossman.
Pinletter Vows
Feor of Merger
NEW YORKThorn a- K F"
letter, former jkjeretan of tlj
Air Force, said last Sunday
there is -goad reason to be IP
hensive over tfee ultimate dtfi
tkm'- of the recent two Arab
gers. indicauasB that Ihese m<
may imply a pooling of rvsouro
in the direction of aggres>ion.
Fialetter spoke before sevej
hundred Zionist leaders at a i
meeting of tfee National Executi
Council of the Zionist Or;aniiat
of America.
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Defro/f Social Club fie
Detroit Social Club was to bold
its ninth annual Purim party
Thursday at the Algiers hotel.
Some 200 persons crfended farewell party of
South Shore Citizens Club in honor of Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Mintzes. who are leaving on trip to
Israel. Shown Geft to right) Louis Shafkin.
president; Dade County Commissioner Charlee
( Chuck") Hall; Mis. (Lena; Mintzes. vice chair-
man. Miami Beach City Manager Moms LipJ
lack Woody. City of Miami Beach Reaeaua
Department; and Mintzes. In charge ol
rangements were Joseph Dube. Walter Leo
witz. Max Goldhagen. Mrs. Max Thurston at
Mrs. Hannah Spiro.


. March 7, 1958
ik of Dade County in Stock Shift;
A. J. Harris Resigning from Board
nr Kurt Peiser, chairman of the
LL of the Bank of Dade County.
Jounced .h.' Purchase her. of .
r-JuM block of slockapproximate-
k 30 000 shares of the bank's
[2ck.'from A. J. Harris and sev-
[ tral associates.
nr Reiser also disclosed the res-
I inution from the bank's board of
doctors ot Harris L. J. Hams
I and W J Harris, J- Cason ,ves nd
Divid P. Catsman. They had been
imone the oriitinal directors of the
IJsnk which is located in the 163rd
[strwt Shopping Center, N. Miami
I Beach.
A. J. Harris recently pwrchas-
W controlling interest in the
Htropolitan Bank of Miami.
Acquisition of the stock formerly
I^Id be Hani- and his associates,
[by the remaining bank directors.
Iplacfs dominant control of the
I Bank of Dade County in the hands
la/the group which has guided its
[policies ever since the bank's in-
[ttplion.
Organized in April. 1956, with
opening deposits of $1,200,000. in
[less than two years the Bank of
I Dade County has become one of
[Greater Miami's fastest-growing
I financial institutions, and has in-
creased its deposits to a total of
I$7000.000. Total resources, includ-
ing Sl.OOO.OOO in capital stock,
[have increased to more than $8,-
|wc.000. Dr. Peiser pointed out.
On Dec. 31, 1957, th bank de-
clared its first dividend of 10
cants per share.
Edward W. Steadman is presi-
dent of the Bank of Dade County,
land its directors, in addition to Dr.
Peiser, include Abe Aronovitz, Sid
ney M. Aronovitz, J. Allen Brown,
Albert Chisling, Joseph Levay
Harry Frohman, Salvador Olivar.
Marvin Rauzin, Harry Schwartz
Julius S. Sperling, and Blaine Wil-
lenborg.
Charles Aronovitz. retired Key
West merchant, and Joseph Ray-
vis, president of Plymouth Bond
and Share Corp., of Miami, joined
in the acquisition of the shares
previously held by the Harris
group.
Dr. Peiser emphasized that con-
trol of the bank would remain in
the hands of the present manage-
ment.
They'll be Represented
North Shore Jewish Center Sis-
terhood. Mrs. E. Belsky. president,
will be well represented at the Area
Torah Fund lunch Thursday noon
Mar. 13, at the Fontainbleau hotel.
Wtrkers
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AL MEIDENBERQ. Owner
Off to Israel,
He'll be Honored
William Peskoff, of 728 Pennsyl-
vania ave., is off to Israel on his
third trip there in as many years.
Former secretary of Workmen's
Circle Branch 692, Peskoff will he
honored at a banquet given by the
branch and its Women's Club
Wednesday evening', Mar. 19, at 25
Washington ave.
The program will include Jo-
seph Dintov, secretary of the
the Southern District committee
of Workmen's Circle; Harry Spi-
vaek, master of ceremonies; Hi-
dor Cohen, corresponding secre-
tary of Branch 692; J. D. Press,
financial secretary.
Also Mrs. Ida Spivack, of the
Women's Club; and H. S. Bern-
stein and Samuel Wiener, of the
Jewish Dail Forward staff.
Peskoff intends spending some
four months during his projected
Israeli tour.
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Opera Star, Composer~and Liturgy
Last week, Miamians saw and
heard Richard Tucker, leading
tenor of the Metropolitan Opera
Company, in Puccini's stirring
opera, "Tosca." Though he has
been widely acclaimed as the
greatest operatic tenor since Ca-
ruso. Tucker has a separate and
disUnct claim to fame. He is
also one of the greatest expon-
ents of Cantorial, Jewish and Is-
raeli music of all time.
In view of this, it is intorpsting
that Tucker's visit to Miami co-
incides with that of'hi-tesc
friend and collaborator, Sholom
Secunda, renowned as one of the
world's foremost composers of
liturgical music.
WILLIAM PISKOff
Dinner Social Tuesday
Temolc Emanu-El's Perfect Cir-
cle, the congregation's organiza-
tion for Temple Young married
couples, will hold its next dinner
and social meeting Tuesday, 6:30
p.m., according to Nelan Sweet,
president.
Young Peoples Club Dance
Young People's Club of Dade
Hei.-'hts Jewish Community Center
will hold a dance at the Center,
18160 NW 2nd ave., Saturday eve-
ning. Chairmen are Mr. and Mrs.
Selig Miller.
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Bring to us at
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or call Mr. Siiverman at PL 1-3949
for pick-up. We are open daily
8 to 4:30. Closed Saturdays only.
Per many years, Second*
has been a titan among the
corrtposars of Jewish music,
but for the past ten years,
since the) beginning of his as-
sociation with Tucker, he has
devoted himself, specifically,
to the advancement of Jewish
liturgical music.
This fortunate combination of
singer and composer has done
much to reveal the beauty of
Jewish liturgical music to Jews,
and Christians too, throughout
the world. They have done this.
primarily, through LP albums
recorded for the Columbia Mas
terworks Department.
Their newc-t release is an al-
bum called "Welcoming the Sab-
hath." It contains a complete
Friday evening service, com-
posed by Secunda and recorded
by Tucker, accompanied by the
(Uncord Choral Ensemble, under
the direction of the composer.
"Welcoming the Sabbath,"
which was published by Mills
Music Company, has attracted
such wide, national attention
thanks to the memorable re.
cording, that in honor of Jew-
ish Music Month, nine Temples
throughout the United States,
including Reformed, Conserva-
tive and Orthodox, are sched-
uled to perform this service.
Though Tucker is probably the
world's busiest opera and con-
cert singer, dying from one con-
tinent to another, as he did re-
cently, for the State Department
in the Far East, he always finds
sufficient time between his Met-
ropolitan Opera and other com-
mitments to officiate as Cantor
at the fabulous Concord hotel
in Kiamesha Lake. NY, Tucker
appears ;it the hotel regularly
during the Passover Holidays
and the High Holy Days. As on
his recordings, the great tenor
is supported by the Concord
Choral Ensemble, conducted by
Secunda, the hotel's music di-
rector.
"Welcoming the Sabbath" dis-
plays beautifully the versatility
of Tucker, the world's first and
only opera singer of great dis-
tinction to sing and record Can-
tonal music because of his love
for the art. Prior to releasing
"Welcoming the Sabbath," Co-
lumbia Records also distributed
"Cantonial Jewels," "Israel
Sings" and "A Goldfaden Al-
bum."
Gurion Branch
Program Slated
Ben-Gurion Branch of Farbaml
will meet Thursday evenin?, Mar.
13. at the Israelite Center, 3198 SW
24ih ter.
Irving Sachs, president, will chair
the meeting. Program will include
appointment of committee chair-
men for 1958 and a current events
presentation by Manuel Burstein.
JWV Post Meeting
Murray Solomon Post 243 of the
Jewish War Veterans met Tuesday
at the Coliseum Bowling Alley.
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March 7, 1958
for Aged Seeks $400,000 Loan;
Assist to Increase Capacity to 102
fjth Old Facilities Planned for Scrap
I To increase the capacity of the
LhHomefortheAgedofGreat-
; ujaim a const ruction loan of
jOoooOk being sought from F1IA.
Necision to apply for the loan,
tell was disclosed here Wednes-
ffhas been reached after long
^careful stud} by the Home ami
-comniiini:> planning committee
WfCrcatcr Miarmi JCwisrr'Fed
Lon The Hour- is a Federation
-JewlstntrkUain
niion
Kficiary agency.
IEnvifioneri in in-- building pro-
onstruction of three new
[vilions to increase the residents'
jwcity to 102 beds, ynd to clim-
ate several old cottages on the
inds of Douglas Gardens.
The building program will also
Klude a research laboratory in
rfiich Hie University of Miami
..dicil school will conduct ger-
_tric and gerontological pro-
jraim. This is the first foch af-
filiation and research relation-
ship established betwoon a mod-
leal school and an institution for
t aged anywhere in tho U.S.
IA sheltered workshop building is
so contemplated where, under
|edical supervision, the residents
I perform light work for remun-
ition.
IMembers of the joint committee
(the University of Miami medical
ol and the Home which devel-
the cooperative research
ement are Dean Homer C.
|irsh. Prof. Ralph Jones, Dr.
irge T. Lewis. Dr. Samuel Gert-
n and William S. Howland, for
the medical school; president Abe
Kurman. Martin Fine. Sam J. Hei-
man, Emanuel Smith and executive
director Maurice Pearlstein, for
the Home.
Dave Fleeman is building eom-
rrifttM chairman for the Home.
Other members include Stanl v ft|
lleckerman. Martin Pine, Sam J.
Herman. Sam h>ywrrl, Mrs Barorr
de Hindi Meyer, Mr. and Mrs.
David Phillips, Sam Resnick, Mrs,
Sol Silverman, Emanuel Smith
and Harold R. .cpact. Ex-offlcJo
are Kurman. Irving Cypen, board
chairman, Pearlstein, and Arthur
Kalish, assistant director.
Mrs.JSanley C. Myers is chair-
man of Federation's community
planning committee.
The Jewish Home for the Aged,
located at 151 NE 52nd s., current-
ly has a capacity of 82 beds. It
was incorporated as a non-profit in-
stitution in 1040. and as a result of
its rehabilitation program has been
highly praised by state legislative
committees and community and
city authorities throughout the U.S.
The Jewish Home for the Aged is
also a beneliciary agency oi the
United Fund, and is a member
agency of the Dade County Plan-
ning Council.
Gerstein fo be Speaker
State Atty. Richard Gerstein will
address members of the Miami
Beach Lodge B'nai B'rith, at a
luncheon meeting of the lodge
Tuesday noon at the Di Lido hotel.
Jjar idron Will
Bar Mitzvah
J. f. SCHWARTZ
Judaism Institute
Launched Tuesday
Institute for Judaism sponsored
by Sholcin l.odee of B'nai B'rith
will present the first in a series ol
talks Tuesday evening at Beth Da-
vid Auditorium.
Maurice urossman, Institute
chairman, said Rab'.-i Yaakov Ro
senbere. Beth David spiritual lead-
er, will inau urate th" series with
a tafk on "The History and Phi-
losophy of tlie Conservative Move-
ment."
Institute for Judaism lectures
will probe various phases of Ju-
daism, and was begun on a na-
tional level by B'nai B'rith sev-
eral years ego.
Planned for the future arc dis-
cussions of the Orthodox and Re-
form movements, as well as a
survey of the Jew in art, science,
and industry.
A question and answer period
will conclude each lecture, Gross-
man said.
ZOA to Honor Sirkin at Dinner Here;
Schwartz Named Overall Chairman
Harry Sirkin will be guest of -
honor at the third annual dinner
of the Greater Miami District of
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica Sunday evening, Mar. 30, at
the Deauville hotel.
Members and officers of the
leading Jewish organizations in
this area are expected to pay trib-
ute to Sirkin, who has been identi-
fied with the Zionist Organization
of America since its founding,
Sirkin was also a founder of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, the Greater Miami Com-
mittee of Israel Bonds, Temple
Emanc-EI, and the YMHA, now
known as the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center.
Sirkin is active in the Miami
Beeefa Taxpayers Assn., Miami
Beach Civic League and many
other charitable and fraternal or-
ganizations. His business interests
consist of building and land de-
veloping throughout the entire-
State of Florida.
National Zionist leaders from
every part of the country including
Mortimer May, Nashville, Tenn.;
Dr. Morton J. Robbins, Nashua,
N.H.; ZOA Southeast region presi-
dent Harry Jaffe, Birmingham,
Ala.; Michael Adilman, Savannah.
Ga.; Israel Fciden, St. Augustine.
Fla.; Miami Beach Mayor Kcn-
iwniiej I Andron will become
Mitzvah during Saturday
nrag services. Mar. 8, at Beth
Synagogue. Rabbi H. Louis
Bman will officiate. Samuel is
eighth grade student at the
*rew Academy, where he has
receiving his religious and
*mic instruction.
ffis father. Dr. David S. Andron.
Iiworary President and founder
|H* Hebrew Academy, and his
Ter is honorary president and
Ww of the Hebrew Academv
1 Dr. Andron is current
7*" of the Miami Beach Zi-
I District.
Androns will be hosts at a
m the synagogue follow-
\Z mornmg services and at a
arf he|d in Samuel's honor
1*^ afternoon at the Deau-
"t Ms]
SAMUtI ANDRON
M-Towners
i Alan Nelson
P far Mitzvah
iaS'lson> son of Mr. and Mrs.
l"D'n,ond, 2322 Lincoln ave.,
"TTGr<>ve, wi bec^p Bj|r
Pi!lr*-orZ"nioraJewiBh
U u',,? Loon Hur*Ul Will
[ *.lln Cantor Rudolph
IftTi".8 ,he musical pr-
KKS1- Junior High, where
* .uwa11 sPrts- He has
" ol for it!"* Zamora ^igious
Bar V,,PaS!..five yea"'
ft i h. fah s faU,er on
lCMrK f dir*. nd
ne Sisterhood and.
L^ ajbb,, foIlowm F
*?? as we" at
I s,, Alan s honor will be
rko,,|\ CVCn'ng at the **
r J*** guests wUl include
m Mrs Stanley Gnisky.
^ "*S Mr. 1Ild M. Hy_
AlAN NHSON
man Zimmerman. Brooklyn, N.Y.;
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Manische-
wiU, Newark, N.J.; Mr. and Mrs.
George Dorf, Tenafly, N.J.; Mr.
and Mrs. Ben Stone and Mr. N.
Goldberg, Englewood, N.J.; Mr.
and Mrs. Aaron Gilman, Great
Neck, NY.
Also Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gil-
man. Seattle. Wash.; Mr. and Mrs.
William Mayfield. Atlanta, Ga.;
and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Heller.
New York City.
Freddie, eon oi Mr. and Mrs.
Al Sherman. 7900 Crespi
blvd., will become Bar Mitz-
vah Saturday morning. Mar.
8. at North Shore Jewish Cen-
ter. Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
witz will oificiate. Freddie is
a student in religious school
ol Center and attends Nauti-
lus Junior High.
Oneg Shabbat
Fetes Lawrence
Anthony, son of Mr. and Mrs.
John Lawrence. 1137 NW 58th ter..
will become Bar Mitzvah at Tifer-
eth Israel Congregation during Sat-
urday morning services. Mar. 8.
Rabbi Abraham Herson will offici-
ate.
Anthony is a seventh grade stu-
denet at Edison Junior High, and
has attended religious sehrfol at Tif-
rr"b for four vears. He has many
hobbies including rocks, stamps,
astrology, foreign coins and sports.
In his honor, his parents will be
hosts at the Oneg Shabbat Friday
evening after services, and at the
Kiddush Saturday morning. The
congregation is invited to attend.
Congregations
Cited by USY
Seventy teen-agers representing
nine USY chapters from the Miami
area returned from Charleston,
S.C., where they attended the sev-
enth annual convention of the
Southeast region of the United
Synagogue.
Theme of the convention. The
Synagogue House of Prayer.
House of Study and House of As-
sembly," stressed the role of the
teen-ager and his affiliation with
his House of God!
Two Greater Miami congrega-
tions were honored at the con-
vention. The North Shore Jew-
ish Center received the highest
award for "consistently main-
taining the high standards of
USY," and Temple Zion was cit-
ed for "best programming in the
region."
Harriet Newman, of Temple
Emanu-El, was elected regional
president while Ruth Weinstein. of
the North Shore Jewish Center,
delivered the sermonette at the
Sabbath morning service.
Congregations represented at the
United Synafogue Youth Conven-
tion were Beth David, Beth Emeth.
Beth Sholom of Hollywood, Hia-
leah-Miami Springs Jewish Cen-
ter. North Shore Jewish Center,
Temple Emanu-El, Temple Zion
and Zamora Jewish Center.
neth Oka, Anna Brenner Meyer-,
Seymour B. Liebman. Leo Robin-
son. Dr. David S. Andron, Charlie
Fruchtman and Bay Harbor In-
lands Mayor Shcpard Broad are
expected to attend.
The dinner committee also an-
nounced that S. E. Scbwarti,
prominent Miami business man
and civic worker, has been nam-
ed overall chairman of the din-
ner.
Dr. David S. Andron, Charles
Fruchtman and Leo Robinson
were named honorary chairmen.
The following were named vice
chairmen of the dinner committee:
Joseph Alter, Ben Appel, Jack A.
Cantor, Ezra Fincgold, Jacob Fish-
man, Morris Kristal, Oscar Lel-
chuk, Sam Levine, Seymour B.
Liebman Al Ossip, David Provu,
Monte Rassner, Joseph Rose, Ray-
mond Rubin. Morris Simon. Mil-
ton Sirkin, Harold Spaet and Gus
Trau.
The dinner is a prelude to the
national Zionist convention which
will be held in Miami Beach in
September. This will mark the
first time that national Zioni*
leaders will meet in a Southern
city since its formation 60 years
ago.
Annual Purim Bail
Slated Sunday
Annual Purim Ball of the Miarn
Hebrew Congregation will tak<
place Sunday evening at the Syria:
Lebanon Hall. 2626 SW 3rd ave.
Charles Hablow, president of th<
congregation, has named Willian
D. Cootner chairman of the affair
Mrs Edward L. Becker is ii
cnarge of the journal. Others an
Herbert Feldan, entertainment
lira Robert Schweitzer, prizes:
Mrs. Charles Hablow, tickets; Mrs
Peter Duchon, refreshments; the
Mesdames Nathan Coulton and
David Meltzer, precious jewels.
Proceeds are for the maintcn
ance of the religious school.
Forty-Miners in Program
Temple Emanu-El's Forty-
Niners, the congregation's club tor
senior Temple members, were to
hold a Purim celebration and din-
ner Thursday at the Temple, ac-
cording to Mrs. Isidore Newman,
president.
Highlight of the evening was to
be the presentation of the Murray
Franklin Review direct from the
famous 23rd st. nightspot. Edward,
Newman was to be master of cere-
monies at the event arranged by
Mrs. Newman.
Rebekah Lodge 1o Meet
Sunshine Rebekah Lodge 9 will
meet Tuesday evening at the Work-
men's Circle, 25 Washington ave.
Beth Raphael Has
Purim Party
Beth Raphael Congregation Will
have a Purim party and fish din-
ner Sunday at Bloomberg social
hall.
The party is sponsored by the
Sisterhood. The committee in
charge is headed by president Mis.
Pearl Briefer.
A musical and traditional Purim
program will be presented.



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r^ a =-r^ raea'a >wash sberrvoon schools.
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tim liinmn Temple
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To New Post
NEW YORKNobel Prii
tut Dr. Arther M. Comptei^
founder aad mrhniau
World Bretherhaad orrimzati
Everett R. Claaehy has accepted]
rtnjatrt to duett full tnae to
procraai as adauautra*..\e
deat-
Carre*try. Dr. ChncK
deal ef the Xataseal Conference i
mi Jews, a post he 1
held scare 1S2S. He a aba
Brotherhood, aa iatema'.Knal
gacizatsea fi lalnt hi 1950 to fo
educational programs
arsasear friendly cooperation
to anrcoaat prejadke based on i
uonalrty. race, rehgion or
The Natioaal Caaferer.ee.
whtch the aweraataona:
stems, has agreed to free
Clinch? to wark exesus.
world operataoas. aecor
Cwtr.ptoa The ehang.
probably take place in the
this year, be said.
A committee it bow tea
for a successor to Dr Cuncky
Act of Frith1
Is Paid in Full
>- V
Federa
appc! rawi =>eccr -.- ; si-.f .-.:.-*-. afapanl -_.-. sawawawawJ '. '. rltr.-.s BJCtaj Pa rwawawawSal Boa A. Goldstein Stuart Gordon. J. Kis-
-*rr*d ^nrd bear. ">-..-_ -.--.-.Ttes reouem aad require- iak, Fred K. Shoche*. A. B. Wiener, A. Budd Cutler. Irvin
means of baaaaVharj aoeantr of Combined Jewish Appeal and Korach. Mcrtm Fme. Rabbi Meyer Abramowitz. Alvin Cassel
jeccazanendi anx. fuiuds z~ -z-jr.icl and Daniel N. Heller. Other members not shown are Mrs.
*T*.ed] are Joaeph Dbx.*ot Oscar Member. Harris. Chanes Feinberg. Mrs. Dorothy Pink. Seymour Gelber. Sam
Wawaani Siiaamnn. Mrs. Sckxnon lonn. Mrs Leopold L Strh- Seehn. Mrs Bernard Stevens and Arnold Seeder.
r.';rz BBj IsawMMl ^f-J Mri leas. Le.-..-r.c- M Cat >---
Volunteers Set Target Date for Fund Solicitation
Mar 1 has bees set at a target date far Cbund Jewm* Appeal
vckesteers to report on tompkitd atMsaaaeats. cbaarssaa Dr. Morns
C//n anavMsced Weaweadar
1; spar pledce-'o*er>ce in aO dmsaeas. CJA leaders win stage a
w/rfcer report Breakfast fiaadiy asorsunc Mar. 16. at the Foataiae-
hWaa hotel.
Jt n esp^-**J that nsore than 500
per>oas will mc '< hand to tarn in
their division restate, and to hear
r. orfictal presrets report fronr. Dr
','#!ma A defiaite .'.rt" in CJA
anaals, the breakfast will be eon
Ported akmc the lanes of an I
Bawajsst, leatarhBg a full protram
..f .nurrtamaeat and sarprues. (^ prt,^^ ^h ^^^t^
M the announcemewt '/f awJ !:ghU) ahead of last year
f : report aseetia* bow lOdsl I ^ ^ meMrtime ^.^ ^^
hast of Trades and Areas Diviwem t advanced their fMnctions to hurry I.kiuot Di-.i-ton breakfast m CJA
meets are Edward Gottehrer aad
Harold Ha-shfieid.
The tradiriwn^ breakfast will
be held in Hte Panarama raem
S*wtpHr a* 10 a.iw, and will be
attenowd by mare than ISO mous-


t 1 1
BBS.
The Hwtel Divisian, hwatfad by
Jesaoh a*, met Tuesday naon
tor a fasf^novine repart lunchaan
at the Federation office. About
ote-ttMrd ef hotel assitnments
have boon cotfd, Rose said,
and a tlifht lag in p'odaes was
treceeble to the recent cold spell
which seriously affected ail
Beach hotels in February.
A fuccestful Food Division
tail party was hstd Wdnesday eve-
ning at the home of chairman Mar
llawasww,
'"hairman Marvin Raurm hai an-
' noeinced that a eomnsittee of 40
: prominent li *uest of honor H 6. Cjckran.
Jr beverage director of the State
f of Florida, Sunday at the Biscayne
Terrses hotel. The state official
will make a special trip from Talla-
hassee.
Co-chairmen of the breakfat af
fair are Sam Plo'kin and Martin
Vthite. Leo Chaikin is honorary
< a.rrnan, and Sam Blank is a host, j Wieder and Maurice Weinstein.
.Named vice chairmen of arrange
s of the "Committee of
W include Don Bellamy. Robert
Berark. Harry Brown. Ed Busker.
Jerry Cole. Al Dubler. Jacob Ebr-
ueh. Edward Femberg. Louis Fein-
berg aad Arthur FeWman.
Others who will serve are Mar-
vin Florman. Ralph Fried. Jerry
| Faces. Siasen Gerson. Harry Good-
man. Lewis Gorfine. Edward Grad.
Arthur Greenwald. Allan Herroa.
Irving Hyman. Vi'iiliam Isaacs and
.Norman Jonas.
Also Leu is Kane. Dave Kauf-
man. Samuel Keith, Leonard Kob-
lentz. Frank Lazarus. Marvin
Levin, Wallace Levin. Jerry Mer-
lin. Harry Rappaport. Mrs William
Reiser. Al Reisman and Dan Rock-
ford.
The following have also been
\ named: Sidney Roth. Harry Sanger
. Bert Seliger. Zindel Sherman Jus-'
Urn Siegel. David Shifrin. William
Sterling, Harold BUhnatU Samuel
Also on Sunday morning, mem-
bers of the Miami Beach Residents'
Division will meet at the home of
chairman Arnold Seeder. 4535 N.
Jefferson ave to reevaluate cover
age of top-lev el prospects and hurry
realignments in time for the re-
port rally on the 16th.
Mrs. Leonard Wolfe was ro-
centiy appointed chairman ef a
Treasure Island special event to
kick off fund-raising in that
municipality. Her committee has
planned a movie night and so-
cial for Sunday evening. S p.m.,
at the Treasure Island Cabana
Club. Area chairman is Clemen
Marian.
Another important Business and
Professions event is the annual
cocktail party hosted by realtor
Jack A Cantor for members of the
Real Estate Division. A record
turnout ix expected Wednesday af
ternoon. Mar. 12. in Cantor's Vene-
tian bldg. offices. Leo Eisenstein
and a committee of leading realtors
will assist with arrangements.
Young and old alike are working
side by side in this vear's cam-
paign. This is exemplified by the
one-month drive conducted in the
Jewish schools of Miami. I'nder the
guidance of the Bureau of Jewish
Education, religious school stu-
0) NEW YORK AM PAL. ABB
ican Israel Corporation, lanj
group of American pmate
tors in Israel eaterprise- *'
day made its final pay rr.^nt ofU
demption on a tea-year S10 mir
debenture issue, launched on
1. 1940. just six week* before
establishsaeat of the State of 1st
The occasion was marked by]
banquet at the Bankers Club
in the heart of the financial disO
of New York City, attended
some 50 of this city's leading I
ers and financiers.
In handing the check in final I
ment to Fred Keuthen. of the M
ufacturers Trust Company of
York City, trustees for the
Rudolf G. Sonneborn. chairman!
the board of AM PAL. described!
transaction as a singluar "J
faith" in the economic future off
voung State of Israel by
AM PAL group's more than
private investors.
The issue, first offered dial
the uncertain political condition*!
the Middle East immediately PI
ceding the creation of the Statej
I Israel, was completely sold at r
ume and is the first such dobenrt
| bond issue to be paid olf m i
tirety.
dents raised some $4,000 last H
from personal gifts to CJA.
Bovs aad girts are shooting I
$5,000 this year and are prep*n
I for an all-out delegates breaq
Irallv Sunday. Mar. 16. al jne
reau, when school totals will wj
iiounced. Thirty schools and n-
than 125 representatives are
to attend.
Projected for Mar. 19 is
luncheon of the Restaurant
Allied Trades Division at tnej
ville hotel. Co-chairmen and r
will be Edward Lassman andir
Rubin. Guest of honor wl
Louis Shapiro, of New Yoric.
world traveler. philsBthropi^
business executive, who re
visited Israel.


Ly.MorchT^igS^
'Jewish fhrijtm
11 B
Resigns for Top Post at Yeshiva
(bother group of Miami businessmen join
&ces with Combined Jewish Appeal to help
lengthen health and welfare institutions.
*aders in Paints and Hardware Industry hear
fudge Milton Friedman (seated second from
tight) report that 45,000 Dade county persons
NEW YORK Dr. Benjamin
Kino, education editor of The
New York Times since 1941, has
been named dean of Yeshiva Uni-
versity's new Graduate School of
Education.
Dr. Samuel Bclkin, president, an-
nounced that Dr. Fine assumed his
academic post as of Mar. 1, the
date his .isignation from The
Times beca.ne effective.
Dr. Fine terminates a 21-year
career with that newspaper, during
which he gained eminence as onj
of the nation's leading education re-
porters and authors.
Housed at 110 W. 57th it., Man-
hattan, the school was established
last year with the aid of a $500,000
grant from the Ford Foundation's
jFund fur the Advancement of Ed-
ucation.
"fear Satisfectiea Our baser*"
PICK-TJ* AND DELIVERY r~^-
ZANDER'S LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANERS
3466 N. Miami Avenue Phone FR 1-1343
,M
are helped annually by CJA. Shown (seated)
are Jim Aberman, Sam Stark, Friedman, and
Al Sherman. Standing are Morris Moss, Rob-
ert Margolin, Max Socklorf, Dr. Randolph
Rosenbaum and Pete Silverman.
pental Health Program Due
"Retire to Life," not from it.
[be the subject of the "Living
^d Be Fuji" series sponsored by
I Mental Healih Society, a United
jiad Aeency. and the Miami
iblic Library Tuesday 8:15 p.m.,
| the Miami Public Library Audi-
nura. The film. "Retire to Life,"
be discussed by Dr. Morton
irius. psychiatrist at the Geri-
ric Clinic, Jackson Memorial
ftspital.
reward Stakes
Ire Taking Over
|W that the International World
Iries Doubles Tournament has
*n completed at the Dania Jai
pi Palace, the Diamond Stakes
blcs competition takes over.
f Diamond Stakes is an elirni-
pon tournament and tames are
bed every Tuesday and Thurs-
" nights. The four teams with
_ highest total of points after
t nights of play will qualify for
semifinals to be played on
' 1 and 3, and the championship
tn on Monday. Apr. 7.
y| semi-finals and finals will be
W A partidu is a game th:it
until one or the other team
115 points,.
f *ro pbyed every night
Sunday and the
1 "P Apr. io.
Washington Ave*
Assn. to Elect
A general membership meeting
of the Washington Avenue Assn.
for election of its board of govern-
ors was to be held Thursday in the
offices at 1370 Washington ave.
The association, representing
some 300 merchants and 100 prop-
erty owners along Washington ave.,
aims to revitalize the street, as
well as the whole South Shore area,
according to Milton Smith, presi-
dent.
"Progress Ls the big word along
the avenue, where shoppers can
now buy with confidence in the
stores displaying the black and
white emblem backed by the in-
tegrity of the Washington Avenue
Assn.," executive director Ray
Redman said.
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