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The Jewish Floridian
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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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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B\wiislhJEIIiDipidliiaun
Combining THE JEWISH UHIJY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
32 Number!!
Miami Florida. Friday, March 14. 1958
32 Paqes Two Sections
Price 20tf
iolic Groups Battle Legislation to Permit Sunday Opening for Jews
fflff YORK-( JTA)- Powerful
K groups intensified their
lion this week to the p.s-
of legislation permitting
j ,nd other Sabbath obeerv-
ho keep ,heir businesses
a-j on Saturday for religious
d to open them on Sunday.
1 move followed a vote last
1 in the New York City Coun-
guesting the state legislature
[ionist Body
Fows Hands
on Policy
JTA-By Direct Teletype Wire
|l0N'D0N The reorganized
irld Confederation of General
nists concluded its three-day
jng here Monday night in com-
^ agreement on future tasks of
(body and with election of a new
ative headed by co-chairmen
f Israel Goldstein and Mrs. Rose
(Iprin.
The parity unanimously reaf-
Jrmed iti policy of nen-identifi-
[ation with any political party an
iracl. atMrting this was tho
illy way to avoid strife ever
. ns which are within the
nivt compotonco of Israel's
fern
ever, it expressed the con
that it was necessary for
el to safeguard the equality of
its for private cooperative and
etive capital in the expansion
Itbe nation's economic resources.
pile delegates also reasserted
belief that the World Zionist
lanization was the most effec-
medium for carrying out the
ditional Zionist tasks of Hebrew
cation, immigration and Halut-
They reaffirmed support for
Hanoar Hatzioni youth group,
pd its role in building Israel
I pledged aid in development of
Zionist-oriented youth groups
day schools in countries out-
I of Israel.
[""the organizational level, the
''ion indicated a readi-
to acc.pt as members all
' any country which are
rod to accept its principles
I Program. Each group join-
|H Confederation weuM re-
1 Ml autonomy in local or-
"national problems, although
m\ bodiot may be organ-
[*> facilitate unification with-
<*m goographk areas.
[^ main headquarters of the
Nation will continue in New
i *iu> three regional offices
Continued on Page 3A
to grant the Council permission
to adopt such legislation.
Meanwhile, a spokesman for a
Protestant group expressed sap-
port of the "principle involved"
in the liberalized legislation, but
opposed further "commercializa-
tion" of Sunday. Jewish groups,
including the American Jewish
Congress and the Synagogue
Council of America, hailed the
Council's action which marked an
important step forward in the 30-
year campaign to liberalize New
York City's Sunday blue law.
Tho Coordinating Committee
of Catholic Lay Organizations
of the Archdiocese of New
York, representing 62 lay or-
ganizations with a membership
of 200,000, issued a statement
charging that adoption of a lib-
eralizing bill "would mtai* tho
end of Sunday observance as
wo know it now." Tho state-
ment insisted that the proposed
measure would not bo a "fair
Sabbath law, but a no Sabbath
law."
The Protestant spokesman, the
Rev. Dr. Paul Rishell, head of the
Department of Christian Social
Relations of the Protestant Coun-
cil of New York, asserted that
most Protestants would be oppos-
ed to legislation permitting more
business on Sunday. He question-
ed whether such a measure could
be policed without abuse.
Rabbi Solomon J. Sharfman,
Continued on Page I A
MAYOR WAGNER REQUESTED MOVE
Three-Decade Fight Wins First
Victory as N.Y. City Council
Gives State Solons Nod to Act
NEW YORK(JTA)A three-decade fight for a change in New
York City's Sunday closing law to permit Sabbath-observing Jews to op'
erate their places of business on Sunday was marked by a first victory
here when the City Council voted to ask the State Legislature to liberal-
ize the law.
The 14-7 vote came after weeks*-
of behind-the-scenes wrangling in-
DAC HAMMAfSKjOtO
. ."pore iaveatioa"
volving the city's powerful relig
ious groups and followed Mayor
Robert Wagner's request to the
City Council for such action. The
final vote was marked by public
charges of pressure from religious
groups and hints that the state
solons would kill the measure in
Albany.
The specific steto measure In-
volved was a rider, sponsored by
Assembly Sidney Asch, a Bronx
Democrat, to permit stores to re*
main open en Sundays if they
were kept closed Saturdays for
religious reasons. The 11 Jew-
ish members of the City Council
and the three Protestants voted
for the measure. Tho seven Ro-
man Catholics all voted against
it.
The action brought a flood of
messages of appreciation from
Jewish organizations which have
been seeking a liberalization for
more than 30 years. These in-
cluded the Synagogue Council of
America, the National Community
Relations Advisory Council, the
New York Board of Rabbis, the
American Jewish Congress, the
Rabbinical Alliance of America and
the Union of Orthodox Rabbis of
the United States and Canada.
The principal speech on the vote
was made by minority leader Stan-
ley Isaacs, Manhattan Republican,
who asserted that "there has been
heavy pressure on me from rabbis
and others of my own religious per-
suasion." Referring to picketing of
City Hall two weeks ago by a dele-
gation of Orthodox rabbis, Isaacs
said such public demonstrations
were "unworthy of those who par
Bonn Signs Reparations
Agreement, Takes Escape
Clause for Minimum Figure
JTA-
By Diract Teletype Wire
BONNSupplementary annual agreement for the type and quanti-
ties of German goods to be supplied to Israel in the next fiscal year un-
der the terms of the Luxembourg Reparations Treaty was signed here
Mondav. The pact provided for the federal government to pay Israel
the equivalent of $715 million directly as reparations, and another $107
million for account of the Conference on Jewish Material Claims.
+ As in previous years, the Ger-
mans took advantage of an escape
clause to pay the minimum annual
amount250 million deutschmarks
(approximately $62,500,000). Again
as in previous years, the Germans
will pay Britain 75 million marks in
sterling equivalent for Israeli pur-
chases, chielly oil from the British
Commonwealth.
Dag Views
Middle East
Jaunt Anew
UNITED NATIONS retary General Dag Hammarskjold
is seriously considering the possi-
bility of visiting the Middle East
later this month. If the trip ma-
terializes, he hinted strongly this
week, he would visit Iraq, possibly
Saudi Arabia, and some of the
other countries of the region.
The announcement of this ten-
tative plan here was made in an-
swer to a question at a press con-
ference. Hammarskjold was asked
about the truth or falsity of a re-
portwhich was considered highly
reliable that he would send Dr.
Francisco Urrutia of Colombia as a
personal political representative to
look into the situation regarding
the new Arab federations. He was
also asked whether, if he did not
send Dr. Urrutia, he was contem-
plating going himself.
m
* 'MAtl C01DJTIH,
co-ctaeiranM
Nasser Planning
State for Gaza
LONDON (JTA)Rumors are
current in Cairo that an "indepen-
dent" Arab state of Palestine,
based on Gaza, will be declared
Friday, the anniversary of the day
on which Israeli troops withdrew
from the Gaza Strip last year, the
Times of London reports from
Cairo.
The correspondent added that ad-
herence of the Arab refugees now
living in Syria and Lebanon to the
new "state" would b proclaimed
speedily after the "state" came
into being.
It is also anticipated that Gaza-
Palestine will be offered member-
ship in the United Arab Republic,
a move intended to arouse half a
million refugees in Jordan to riot-
ing to embarrass the Arab Federa-
Capital goods will make up about
55 percent of the products and raw
materials, and semi-finished items
the remainder.
By the end of tho current fis-
cal year on Mar. 31, Germany
will have fulfilled half of its total
commitments under thf Repara-
tion* Pae- Amo-Mi tho capital
projects shipped to Israel wee
machinery and equipment need-
ed to put the Tlmna copper
mines King Solomon's tooled
manes book ante operation. Pro-
duction will start this year.
Hammarksjold replied: 'The
denial about a plan to send Am-
bassador Urrutia was quite cor-
rect. That report was pure in-
vention. As to sending someone
else, nothing can bo said about
that today. As to myself, if I get
Continued on Pago 11 A
The first stage
Continued on
of Germany's
Page *A
Vatican Passes
Priest's Remark
ROME(JTA)Osservatore Ro-
mano, official organ of the Vatican,
commenting on a charge by a
Rome newspaper that a priest had
introduced the race question in a
dispute with the newspaper, declar-
ed this week that it was not im-
proper to emphasize the "unsuit-
able presence" of Jews in a public
debate on another religion.
Tho issue was raised by Peese
Sera which asked the Italian
Press Federation to toko action
against the priest-editor, Don
Pisoni. In replying in the Catho-
lic newspaper L'ltalia to an at-
tack en tho Pope in Paose Sera,
Don Pisoni noted that two mem-
Continued on Page 10A
ticipated."______________________tion'____________________? +-----------------------"
German Jewish Leader Says Nazis Coming Back
BERLIN-(JTA)-The extent
to which well known former Nazis
are being placed in high posts of
the West Germany Republic is
"really frightful," Heinz Galinski,
president of the Jewish commun-
ity of Berlin, declared in an in-
terview here this week
He charged that in response to
neo-Nazi developments, even the
Social Democratic Party does not
always take a strong enough
stand. This is particularly true
in the various provincial govern-
ments where the Socialists are
part of a coalition government, he
said.
Speaking of tho role of tho
Central Council of Jews in Ger-
manyof which he is a leader-
he said- that it was opposed to
"liquidation" of Jewish com-
munities in Germany, though
it took no stand on propaganda
urging Jews who left Germany
to return.
The Council, he also noted, fa-
vors the integration of Jews into
the German economy, a program
which Chancellor Konrad Ade-
nauer has promised to aid. Final-
ly, he noted that the Council
would soon establish youth cen-
ters, such as now exist for Jewish
young people in this city in Mu-
nich, Frankfort and Dusseldorf.

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Zionist Confab Due in Tel Aviv;
Re-Organized Groups Meet Hit
NEW YORK(JTA)A three day world conference of the World
Confederation of General Zionists will open in Tel Aviv Saturday, it
wag announced here by the administrative committee of the Confeder-
ation.
without a chairman. "Only this ad I in the name of the Confederation,"
ministrative committee can speak | the statement claimed.
HOKDKAl K10MN
Jacques Torczyner, who made
the announcement, said that "the
conference will be attended by dele-
gates of the Zionist Organizations
of the United States, British Do-
minions, Israel, Latin American
and European countries." The
Zionist Organization of Canada will
be repVfsyWerl tJy- TJbSerteTs, he
said.
The conference in Tel Aviv will
take place a waek after a similar
world parley of the opposition
Israeli Diplomat Tells Combined
Appeal Arab Unions Bode Future III
Mordecai R Kidron, Israel's dep-
, permanent representative to
[United Nations, arrived in Mi-
Sunday for a round of talks
li top Jewish community leaders
kre.
Kidron was scheduled to address
record turnout at a Combined
prirish Appeal cocktail party host-
I by Jack Cantor Wednesday.
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The prominent member of Is-
rael's diplomatic corps indicated
that, despite the Arab Federa-
tion and continued threats to Is-
rael's security, her defenses will
ho maintained, and homeless
Jews will be taken in.
Declining to make any positive
statement on possible future U.S.
action in the rapidly changing Mid-
dle East, Kidron asserted that "Is-
rael stands ready at any time to
make peacebut also to guard her
territorial integrity."
Kidron warned that the new
Arab unions may very well bode ill
for the Jewish State's future,
"since Nasser is already toying
with the establishment of another
Arab nation in Gaza."
Kidron served with the Israel
Army in 1948 and was military gov-
EVEBYKHI ernor of Jerusalem. His address
was before the Real Estate Divis-
ion of the 1958 Combined Jewish
Appeal at a meeting in Cantor's
Venetian bldg. offices.
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known as the re-organised Con-
federation of General Zionists-
adjourned in London. The op-
position group, led by Dr. Israel
Goldstein and Mrs. Rose Halprin,
insists that General Zionist or-
ganizations in the Diaspora
should not bo affiliated with any
political party in Israel.
In its statement here, the ad-
ministrative committee of the Con-
federation asserted that the "re-
organized Confederation" is a "mi-
nority splinter group that left the
Confederation after it had not suc-
ceeded in imposing its demands
upon the legally constituted govern-
ing bodies of the World Confedera-
tion at the meeting of the adminis-
trative committee held in Jerusa-
lem last summer."
The statement said that follow-1
ing the 24th Zionist Congress in
Jerusalem in May, 1956. the con-
ference of the World Confedera-
tion of General Zionists elected as
its chief governing body an admin-
istrative committee of 12 members
on a party basis, consisting of six
representatives of the two Mocs
within the world Confederation,
Zionist Body Vows
Hands Off Policy
Continued from Page 1 A
to be located in Europe. Central
America and Carribean countries
and South America. The highest
authority will be the World Con-
ference of Confederation, which
will deal with all activities of the
body, including a selection of can-
didates for the World Zionist Exe-
cutive, the Zionist Actions Commit-
tee, and other bodies connected
with the World Zionist Congress.
Provision has been made to add
to the Confederation's executive
representatives of new groups join-
ing it in the future. The American
representatives on the new execu-
tive include Mrs. Jacobson, Mrs.
Judith Epstein and Judge Louis E.
Levinthal.
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vjemsli Meridian
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Florldian at 120 N. E Sixth Street, Miami It, Florida
Entered aa aecontf-claae mitt- Julv 4. 'tSO at the Poat
Office of Miami, Fla., undar tha Act of March 1, 117*.
Tha Jawiah Florldian haa absorbed tha Jawiah Unity
ana tna Jawiah Weekly. Memoir of tha Jawiah Tele-
graphic Agancy, Seven Arta Featura Syndicate, World-
wida Newa Service. National Editorial Association. Amir.
lean Aaaociation of EnQhsh-Jewish Nawapapora, Florida
Freas Aaaociation.
FRED K. SHOCHET..............Editor and Publisher
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THE PULL STORY behind
sudden cessation of the he,
ings in Miami by the Fieri
Legislation Investigation Co
mittee may never be told,
daily press reported it as a
sational ending-and so
Rep. Cliff Herrell MitroHuctd]
resolution calling uplin J
LEO MINDLIN..............................Executive Editor
Volume 32 Number 11
Friday, March 14, 1958
22 Adar 5718
He Gets a Tough Position
Maj. Gen. Carl Carlson von Horn fe inherit-
ing-a difficult-posrt-a Nations Truce Supervision Oraanization.
His predecessor, Canada's Lt. Gen. E. L. M.
Burns, seems now to be ensconced 'n a far
quieter jobcommander of the UN Emergency
Force established between Israel and Egypt in
November, 1956.
Gen. von Horn's new post is a difficult one
because it presumes to hold sway over some-
thing long out of existence. The Arab nations,
by their aggressive actions over the years, have
destroyed the truce to a war they launched
against Israel late in 1948 and lost several
months later.
As truce chief, Gen. von Horn will be call-
ed upon to arbitrate infractions of a treaty the
Arabs never respected and Israel, for obvious
survival reasons, has since been forced to re-
pudiate.
The Home's Latest Triumph
The granting of a S400.000 FHA loan to the
Jewish Home for the Aged is pointed recogni-
tion of the Home's position among such institu-
tions across the nation.
Not only the Jewish community, bu the gen-
eral community as well, should feel proud that
a Greater Miami organization has earned such
distinct recognition.
Institutions for aged commonly show that
our modern society is still in the Medieval era
so far as geriatric care is concerned.
The frequency of news stories which report
the unfortunate tragedies of fire and general
building hazards in such institutions empha-
sizes the still backward approach to the needs
of the nation's aged.
The Jewish Home for the Aged is a van-
guard organization in the field of geriatrics, and
has rightly attracted notice throughout the U.S.
for this reason. In addition to its modern resi-
dent quarters, the Home is pioneering in num-
erous programs designed to stimulate in the
aged a feeling of sell-reliance and a new inter-
est in a time of life heretofore popularly con-
sidered as "declining."
In this regard, the Jewish Home for the
Aged has teamed up with the University of Mi-
ami medical school to conduct geriatric and
gerontological studies at the Home. This is the
first such affiliation anywhere in the country.
For these and many other reasons, FHA
deems the Jewish Home for the Aged a good
"risk," and the newly-announced $400,000 loan
a valuable contribution both to Greater Miami
and the nation at large.
In addition to the construction of a Home
for the Aged-University of Miami research lab-
oratory, the FHA loan will be used, among
other things, to increase the Home's present 82-
bed capacity to 102 beds, and will eliminate a
number of the older cottages in favor of the
ultra-modern "pavilion-type" guarters which
now generally characterize Douglas Gardens.
FHA has done a notable service, and we
join the community in congratulating the Jew-
ish Home for the Aged on the occasion of its
latest triumph.
Goheen Hits a Rough Snag
It ill-behoves a university like Princeton to
tolerate discriminatory practices in its student
body.
Princeton is a symbol of educational and
intellectual leadership among our institutions
of hiaher learning.
If discriminatory practices based on relig-
ion are tolerated there, we have little hope of
eradicating it in those areas of our nation where
enlightenment is of a far lower order.
The report in our news columns recently
that President Goheen is principally respon-
sible for the failure of the Princeton student
body's "gentlemanly anti-Semitism" to be call-
ed to a halt is doubly disturbing.
Goheen, one of the youngest university
presidents in America, came to his office lews
than two years ago with the blessinqs of educa-
tors and laymen alike, and an expression of
their high hope for his future.
As of now. he does not seem to be fulfilling
that hope.
FLYING TO ISRAEL?
Honor to AJCommittee
Fund for the Republic's singling out of the
American Jewish Committee as the recipient of
3 special training grant for young Americans in-
terested in a community relations career is just
recognition of the Committee's achievements in
this held.
Since its establishment in 1905, AJCommit-
tee has been in the forefront of our nation's ef-
forts to guard the civil liberties of its citizens.
AJCommittee has pointed the way, on a
number of occasions, in the battle for equal
treatment for allregardless of race or religion
as well as in the vigil against persons and
organizations seeking to subvert our democratic
way of life.
Here, in Miami, the American Jewish Com-
mittee carries on the civil libertarian programs
cf its parent organization with the same recti-
tude and zeal, bringing enlightened action and
study in human relations both to the Jewish and
general communities.
The Fund for the Republic's grant, which is
directly responsible for the training in Miami of
an intern in community relations under the
guidance of the Amercan Jewish Committee, is
ample recognition of the Committee's many
achievements.
An Auspicious Beginning
The United Jewish Appeal got off to an
auspicious 20th national campaian with an out-
pouring of $18,400,000 at its 1958 inaugural con-
ference on Miami Beach last week.
This is only a fractional beginninq of whet
the UJA has set as its goal for the current year:
A $100,000,000 Emergency Rescue Fund
over and above the regular campaign to trans-
port and resettle scores of thousands of Jews
from Europe and North Africa to Israel, the
United States. British Commonwealth countries
and Latin America;
A $102,031,000 goal to meet the budget-
cry needs of the United Jewish Appeal's com-
plex organization here and overseas.
The achievement of both of these goals can
be assured right in Miami by the Jewish com-
munity's faithful participation in the Combined
Jewish Appeal, the UJA local affiliate.
The Combined Jewish Appeal is in the
midst of its 1958 campaign for $2,100,000 which
will go to the support of Mt. Sinai Hospital,
Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, Bu-
reau of Jewish Education. Jewish Family Ser-
vice, Jewish Home for the Aged, and S?rvic to
New Americans of the National Council of Jew-
ish Women, as well as to the Emerqency Res-
cue Fund and general $102,031,000 UjA goals.
Ey volunteering to assist in CJA campaiqn
activities, and by givinq. each Miamian is do-
ing his share toward helping a host of worth-
while Jewish causes.
Iohns committee to investigate forces other than Communist that a
seeking to exploit the current integration-segregation imbroglio Pi
Pointed immediately were Bill Hendrix, erstwhile Ku Klux Klan chil
here and George Deatherage, of Ft. Lauderdale, tried on charges I
edition during World War II and a leading figure in the ultra-coma1
vative Florida Stales Rights party.
The Herrell resolution did not, like Topsy, "just erow." and nei
i. where unfortunately, the story must endvirtually at the bed
nine But the resolution has achieved a marvelous if obvious thing. )
j* -o "~et trnt S-n, lohns' Florida Legislation Investigation Cod
mrttee-rronls <(-So-Uieiwere6aionwtS here. Tb*- conjmit^ej
vain attempt to discredit the National Assn. for the Advancement |
Colored People with its probe of possible Communist influences in:
organization is proof enough of that.
More interesting proof is "Communism and the NAACrY
pamphlet widely distributed in Miami by the Georgia Commission!
Education just two days before the opening of the Johns hearings a
the Dade County Court House and discussed in this column Feb. 28.J
The pamphlet is based on testimony of J. B. Matthews Morer
Florida Legislation Investigation Committee Feb. 10 in Tallahaj.
Presumably. -Communism and the NAACP" is meant to be Jo
"explanation" of his committee's probe in Miami.
!
A CONFUSING WAD TO FAME
BUT WHO IS J. B. Matthews? He has had a long and restless care
a sort of neurotic instability has characterized his activities,!
the Washington Star wrote of him on July 9, 1953. Matthews st-
out as a divinity student. He boasts a Master of Arts degree
Columbia University and a Master's degree in sacred theology frt
the Union Theological Seminary.
His autobiographical book. "Odyssey of a Fellow Traveler.",
lished in 1938. confesses his decision to join "numerous radical ac
ities of a socialist and pacifist complexion ... it seems that 1 hid)
finger in almost everything radical." Instead of seeking his futun
With the then sharplv leftist Fellowship of Reconciliation, how-
he accepted an appointment as instructor in Hebrew and the
Testament at Scarritt College, a Methodist institution at Nashvl
Tenn.
In "Odyssey of a Fellow Traveler." Matthews admits to his "1
lekyll and Mr. Hyde" personality, and this strange although nottoU
uncommon choice amply bears out his own characterization. Ev
more so is his decision, also in 1938. to seek his destiny with the Howl
Committee on Un-American Activities, headed by then.Rep.
Dies, of Texas.
From virtual visionary, during which time he wrote that I hi*
no difficulty in understanding those Americans of former genentio-
who came under the spell of the traveling medicine shows to divir
student, to self-confessed radical, to Dies committee hatchetm*
this was Matthews' road to fame.
MATTHEWS /OtflS TOUCH WITH StH. McCAtTHT
HOW MATTHEWS GOT to be a favorite of the late Sen. McCarthy*
a no less complex tale. Before joining the McCarthy >ubcomn*
tee he spent eight vears in New York City as a researcher and c-
sultant on Communism. In 1950. he achieved notoriety during
battle to secure the appointment of Anna M. Rosenberg as Assist
Secretary of Defense. The Senate Armed Services Committee wi
given a statement quoting Matthews as declaring that a K'de"J|
reau of Investigation file on Mrs. Rosenberg proves she is the lew
,ic-sirable person in the United States" for appointment to the post
Matthews subsequently denied authorship of the statement,*
Sen. Harry Cain, former Republican of Washington and now resimni
in Miami, told the Armed Services hearing: "I have been told n> I
pretty reliable character that this fellow has been processing wrm
documents claiming that Anna Rosenberg is a Communist
here he is. claiming no such thing." Three years later, in June, tm
Matthews, whose unreliability was already synonymous with his m*i
went to work for Joseph R. McCarthy.
Within thirty days, in the July. 1953 issue of American M"""j
Matthews published an article which charged that "the largest sw*|
group supporting the Communist apparatus in the U.S. today is c
posed of Protestant clergymen." Thus, he had turned full cirmi
new career as inquisitor devouring his Kentucky Bible belt roo -
tendency noted in the virtually schizoid philosophic "1pan(U'[IB"
his earlier days, when in "Partners in Plunder." (1935) he decir*
the church a mortal enemy of man "because it (the church) >uppon
capitalism". (Washington Star, July 9, 1953.)
THE MEMEU ffESOlUTION ACHIEVES THE IMPOSSIItE
IN A STATEMENT to the Commission on Religious Organizations
the National Conference of Christians and Jews. President t
hower on July 9. 1953 labeled the Matthews article hoth^innis"^
and deplorable. On the same c
resignation. Almost two weeks laust, tan >* *. ......
Virginia, demanded that the FBI confirm or deny the charge
Mercury article and. that Matthews be called upon either to wvv
his remarks or be branded "a cheap demagogue."
Before the FBI could act. however, noted columnist Van
Cbilds checked the 102 Protestant spiritual leaders Matthews n
as Communist in his article. ChaMa lound that some Mn*"*
known to their churches, including an alleged Episcopal w-'h
Iowa, white others were names of people either dead ** reUr*' j,,
editorial. "Spot Cheek on 7.000 Clergy," St. Louis Posl-Dispaicn.
24, 1953.)
This i, the man whose testimony under oath Charlcv .to ns.
Starke. took last month in Tallahassee. This is the man -,.. ^
-ovations form the substance of Communism and tJ"' N 'ihns c0rt
tributed here two days prior to the arrival in Miami of the
mitt' :"
The character of the Florida Legislation '''^''"^-Vrinim'bH
its grasping despair to capitalize on the segregation!meg ng^J
tie bv usme the antmu.at<>d Communist bogeyman devices iu. I
credited people-thus emerges all too clearly. What the Fferrell resaj
tion does is to turn the energies of this committee agaitlit *'|'c ^
devices and people. The Herrell resolution serves notice t ^
Deatherages and Hendrixes and even men like J. B Matthews,
Continued on Pag* 12A


March 14, 19S8
TO THE EDITOK-
* bnist norkHar
[Don't Rap Inbal'-Who Says So?
Isn't this self
dubbing him a man without talent
or originality.
History has something different
to say about the same Wagner's es-
timate of Meyerbeer, held long be-
. for Wagner gained recognition and
j* Sinc<" when have the | before he showed his fangs as a
_ljans of Zion" accepted as a | jew hater.
M.heir belief that any art re- j
Judaism or Israel must be Wh*n Wagner cam* to Pan.
quality or must b-| "*wao poo*, stsicvino., unotiod.
the criticism of
T0R.ThJewi*hF,o,'idi*n:
ft.Ml was a bore. Agreed. But
:ISenec^M!vto loudly acclaim
i finding Inbal boring
.aainst Israel
mo
| Qk ft"*"
>2ljrt-s?r"see "During the Week
As 1 See It." by Leo Mindlin,
far. 7.)
I After the performance I spoke to
mnl youns '>raelis and to two
gple who recently spent a con-
Itrable amount of time in Israel.
iev didn't hesitate criticizing the
ilion of dances. They told me
*y had seen much more stimula-
te performances of Yemenite
hoeing and they felt an adverse
dnion of all of this genre of danc-
j should not be held on the basis
I the selections offered.
Thtrs were some people who
Itfljeyed me performance. But
iMwhere did I bear it was heresy
Ito criticiie. Was this Mr. Mind-
Itin's personal reaction or does
Ike ctully know "evMvred"
|jwi so narrow-minded?
The reaction to any aesthetic ex-
enence as I know he would be the
I to agree is entirely subjective,
he New York reviewers were ex-
wnely kind. Whether or not they
we honest in their praise we can-
l of course know. But since all
major reviews were favorable
must be that the Gentiles have
tind something new and exciting
i its presentation.
I know when I saw the "Diary of
one Frank" in New York I was
I deeply moved at all, although I
m i Jew who has a deep sym-
Ihetic communion with my peo-
If. and yet this was a tremendous-
f acclaimed play.
Yemenite dancing is a form of
|lk expression. Surely there is
om for the sophistication of
porart. as well a< basic folk forms
I Israel. Why must either be neu-
ilized? Perhaps the trend will be
*ither neutralization by revolution
1 evolution hut a synthesis of all
1 cultures that have been gather-
I in Israel.
NORMAN COLIN
Miami
Meyerbeer being, perhaps, the
most important figure in the
musical world at the time, be-
friended Wagner. With th* usual
Jewish compassion and under-
standing, Meyerbeer helped th*
young composer financially and
spiritually.
Among my collection of literary
curiosities is a letter from Wagner
to Meyerbeer expressing apprecia-
tion for help given him by the fam-
ous composer. In sycophantic
style, Wagner is on his kmv.-> to
Meyerbeer. He refers to him as
"master" and "genius."
Wagner was known as a man
without character or integrity, in
general, so his change of attitude
toward his benefactor was no sur-
prise to anyone acquainted with
the manner in which Wagner treat-
ed others who helped him in his
hours of need.
OSCAR LEONARD
Miami Beach
freshing and encouraging to find
an Anglo-Jewish weekly and a
Jewish journalist speakinj out
clearly in behalf of justice and.
truly, in the spirit of prophetic
Judaism.
More power to him!
RABBI LEON KRONISH
Temple Bath ShoUm
. Miami Beach
pDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
J Leo Mindlin in his very careful
pi thou?htfu! article on the local
piearance of the Inbal Ballet
ks of Richard Wagner's esti-
> of Giaccomo Meyerbeer.
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Leo Mindlin's column on Fri-
day. Feb. 28, was a masterpiece
of courageous journalism.
It is inspiring, invigorating, re-
Beach Lodge Will
Hear New Slate
A gala program is planned for
the monthly evening meeting of
Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith,
Wednesday at the Algiers hotel,
according to lodge president Jack
M. Fink.
New officers and board mem-
bers for th* ensuing yeir will be
elected. Candidates selected by
the nominating committee, head-
ed by past president George
Kronengold, are Edwin Merger,
president; Irving Schatxman,
president elect; Daniel M.
Broad, vie* president; Harry B.
Rogers, vie* president; H*rb*rt
Heiken, vice president.
Seymour Gelber, recording sec-
retary; Gerald S. Berkell, finan-
cial secretary; Harry MUton Lazer,
treasurer; Jack M. Fink, monitor;
T. M. Trushin, assistant monitor;
Abraham Swartz, warden; Sol S.
Goldstrom, guardian and honorary
life member; trustees, George
Kronengold, William Bornstein,
William Agranove, Miami Beach
Mayor Kenneth Oka.
___________________h
Cheers Shake the Ocean
There remain only three more
weeks of play at the Dania Jai
Alai Palace. Thursday, Apr. 10 is
the closing night. The Diamond
Doubles Stakes is now in full swing
and those j*ames, played every
Tuesday and Thursday nights.
have been so thrilling that the
cheering can be heard out on the
ocean.
Cantos- .Samuel Vigoda will
officiate at Passover services
of Marseilles hotel, 1741 Col-
lins ave.. on- oceanfeoni, -be-
ginning with first Seder Fri-
day evening, Apr. 4. Can-
tor Vigoda is internationally
renowned for his liturgical in-
terpretations.
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March U, 1958
*JenUt Flcrklian
7-A
Ml.AM IANTXTF
jfaH to Head
UF Campaign
,C fB Laataff, former
S.'wugrsstnan. now a practic-
' ,1-raev n Miami, has bean
to b I ;tl- 1959 un'terl
campaign, it was announced
"* t Max Orovi,z> Presi-
I of the IT.
tffliam
O^
ituarics
MAX WEXLCK
;:i. i.f L''"i HW Itnd t. r.l.. died Mar
A 1. i'i. i t h.:. ^i veers. I
bi Ihr (I : Mra Bi i,W.
i'IuIi. He m fornietli implored i.v
iml Hi M i .
->iiy. Bra; l iv-nard, Aaron
.,i..i i-in..ii.. ... i .-,...
i w Miami i
a***, three e'.iint.
I ir. i" al Rlv* ... -1...,.>, Men.....el
i hapel, w.iii burial In Blar of >. %>i
SOLOMON STERN
I, ..r tS40 BW l.'th -' died Mar. 9. A
t .r* t New York tailor, he waa u
embei -,f Z i '"i a Jan Ian leal
ail lived be i r* Surviving
ire hi' wife, Baadaa; two aoaa, Axtbui
i Bamuel; a daughter, Mi--* Donna
..Ixnamu:- ..iHor ;vl file* tijUiit.Jjil-
I -li s.i \
Hom< a Ith bm mi in Blai
if Da\ Id I ami t-> y.
MRS. SADIE YUKER
I.....If died Mi r. In New
v.ii k, t in i. ii-., i" ton i, l 'i ii.. -
,,ul vir it, i j *ei>h l.:. Inman: truer
brother*. Including lanat* Uluckman,
Miami iaaaah: ana two slater*. Bar-
Mar io at Riverside I laai
M i i Fhapel, with burial In Mi.
SiimI Cemetery.
ABRAHAM SOKULSKV
1. of 11 CoUlaa are., died recently. A
retlr-d fun aaM hi-re seven
month .! ,r. a B|
' N 11 arrange-
. Memorial
MORRIS FELDMAN
64, .,f ;' li irding .,>,-. died Mar. A
restaurant chef, he came here I years
in vinu la his wlie. Kebaeea.
i burl ii a era In Naa
arrangement* bj it.verslde-
Men.....al Chapel.
MRS. TILt-IE BACH
72. of !4 8VV 2Srd at., died Mar. i.
Formerly of (*hl,ago, ahe came hare
12 yearn ago. Surviving are her eon.
Adolphe; three daughters. Mra. Naomi
Friedman. Mra Harriet Welaa and
Mra. Made'yn I'eako; two brothera. a
later, alx grandchildren and a great-
grandrhlld Bervice* were Mar. 6 at
Oordoa Funeral Hume, with burial In
Ml. Nebo Cmf
SAMUEL SKLAR
ii. owner cif the Tiaaaure lale motel.
iir. one ,,( th.- developera
il T raaure Ulan I in X. Ba) Village.
e hen II rear* ago from Clave-
innd, where he was owner of a clean-
labHahmeat. He aa a fauadei
md vl ni nf Temple Hn
,,r the Masonie
of Burflfdr, member of Mahl
I be North BI Zionist Or-
laniaatlon, and the Greater Miami He-
brew Academy. Surviving are hi*
wlfe, P m i aon, Walter;
Mra. Mary Laahin; and a grandson.
s, i \ i, aad but I il ere In C
with Riverside-Beach Memorial Chapel
in char*,- of loral arrangements.
1 former successful Community
Bt campaign chairman and
sident. Lantaff served in the
_j United Fund drive last year
I chairman of th? Commerce and
Jurtn Division, Section II, which
Lised iunds through 2.225 neigh-
[grhoor! firms and their employees
rouahout Dado county.
Hit unit raised 197 par cant
mere than wai raised in tha
umi firmi in the previous Com-
l Chest drive.
IIn 1953 Untafi won the Alianzo
hler Americana Award "for nut-
Jinding and meritorious service
fostering understanding and
iser social, cultural and eco-
n;c relations between the peo-
iof the America*."
| Hp i* a member of the law firm
. Walton. Hubbard. Schroeder.
jntaffN4 Arkin-. and chairman of
ke board of the Curtiss National
link of Miami Spril
Be lives with his wife and three
Wren at 990 Hunting Lodge dr.,
Iliair.i Springs.
Chopter fo Honor
hiager t$ Israel
| Do\ chapter of Mizrachi Women
honor Mrs. V. Marsh on the
ke of ber departure for Israel at
|meeting Mar 17 at the home of
Irs. William Clein. 1860 SW 4th st.
I Mrs. Marsh will be visiting her
rWents, Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Okou-
(f, former Dov chapter mem-
Do chapter president is Mrs.
Mchd Sakowitz.
DR. MARVIN FREEOLAND
V,, of 102 BW 12nd ct.. died M.ir .
ForraatH New Itochelle. h,-
li, re >.'V,'ii if in iixn. Hla office wan at
.._'7:i BW ''b i He was a member
ni th, I a.ie To.miy Medical Aaan i m
. t;1 \\.i\ Jewiah fenler, an.i Phi
Ijiii,.I., Ki,i.., medli il fraternity. He
iaduat,-a from the "hli ago
School, Surviving him a,.- hla par-
..Tii~ \! and Mr- Joaeph r dland:
ia wife. Belraa; iwo eon*, Oan ami
m,l tii alarei -. Mr* How ird
hi and Mra Joaeph Alderman.
*irvlie war* Mar. at Oordon
Pdnetal Horaa, with burial In HI Naba
.in, ti
MRS ETTIE QAIER
;;. of s-i Meriillaa \ died Mai I
\,riiiei l| Of No York, ahe ram, here
io raan as* wr^ vtaa nephew,
Itanli I J Bllvei atone Bervl wer*
Mar. at Rivernlde-Beacb Mi
'hanel. With burial In Mt. Nebo I
_________
SAMUEL OE88ENEFF
74. of ll i: n '. "I x'ar '
i u !'. 1-aullne. and
. i. Mi Bertha Roi
i .,i Itiv.-i side Hi ..i ii Mi-
n.,11.,i i hapaJ, i,ii burial in ML Neon
Oanaatery.
SAMUEL M. KALIN
;; ,,f r.i Ocean dr., died Mar 7. For-
rter, Mass. i,.
in-r.- in He laara* hla wife.
Anna; and a -"". Maa Bervlca* wer*
ii Wor.-eater. lih Hire
Memorial I bapal In ohaffja of local ar-
raacaajianta,
LOUS MELTZER
U, of 744 Jefferson live died Mar. 7.
A Inue painter, he waa a veteran of
War II He came here 12 yeara
aao from NVw York Survlvina are his
wife, Tetla: and a brother, Joaeph
Barvtee* wera Mar. at Hellman
Kuneral Home, with military pervn-e*
rH hurlal In Ml v,i.,, iVmet.i^
GEORGE A. COLEMAN
,". ..f RL'l MV 112th t died Mar. (.
The operator of a N. Miami real es-
tat* (iiiii. ba cam* her* ftv* faan aK(
'i' in Mew Vi.rk. lie leave* hU wife,
l.i i I'rs'ila: and a ilauffhter. Kllen
Huth. Gravealde aarvit1** wer,- Mar. s
ii Mi Sinai CeaMtary, with Oordoa
1 II.iin,. in charge of arrange-
ments.
MRS. JEAN PELTZ
.". of 2921 Garden ave., died Mar. 4.
She came here 2S yeara ago. Surviving
are a daughter, Gloria: and a eon.
Howard; and three brother*. Servieea
were in New York, with Rlveralde-
Keaih Memorial Chapel In charge of
local arrangements
HARRY LOUIS LEVIN
7. of 17K'i O.-vland rd.. died Mar. 4.
r-d real estate broker, he was
a resident here five years. He waa a
niemlier of the Ninth Sh'ne Jewiah
("enter and ll'nal H'rith and Vras I
.Survtming ar h> wl/e. Anne;
four dniKhlers. Mrs. Janice Biegel,
Mrs. Kuth Oeatreicher, Mra flandri
Keasler and Miss Marel* Levin: two
slaters. In'-linllng Mrs. Hea Zerns.
Jackaonvllie; gad throe brotbei
v|i-,-s were at Hellman Funeral Home,
with burial In Chicago
MRS. ESTHER COOPER SERLING
M, of 4.1. NK .,7th at., died M I
si,lent here 14 |r*ars, she waa th*
mother of Rodman (Rod) Selling. TV
miii who authored "Requiem
for a Heavyweight" and many other
l"V Mripta, in ludlne the I ir Chlia-
Han s.i ies Surviving lire anntl
t, and two sisters. Mrs. Ada
Rabbin* and Mrs. Batty Roaenthal.
s, 11, ,-~ and bui kal In Bi
with Rlveralde-Beach Memorial Chapel
in barge of local arrangement*.
SAMUEL MILLER
St, of 4646 l'lnetiee dr.. died Mar. t. A
resident here 12 years, he leaves hi*
wife. Sally; a daughter. Mra. Oladva
Gerrity; two sisters. Mlaa Beaaie Mil-
lar and Mrs. Morril Wexler; and a bro-
ther. Barvie** ami burial wen- In
Cleveland, with N e w m a n iJordon
Funeral Home In charge locally.
Ben Silver, 73
Passes Away
Services were Tuesday, Mar. 11,
for Ben Silver, of 707 Malaga, Coral
Gables. He died Monday at the age
of 73.
Mr. Silver lived in the Greater
Miami area for 33 years, coming
from Blocton, Ala. He was a local
merchant and member of Work-
men's Circle Branch 692.
Surviving are his wife, Ida
Frances; two sons, Judge Sam I.
and Calvin: a daughter, Mrs. Bea-
trice Stepkin; brother. George; sis-
ter, Mrs. Rebecca Noodelman; sev-
en grandchildren and three great-
grandchildren.
Gordon Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements, with bur-
ial in Star of David Cemetery.
NATHAN STEINBACH
7<. nf 27 l^-n \ ave died Mar. J. For-
merly In the wholesale printing busl-
Baaa, he came here eight years ago
H.- laavo* t son, Harry M Services
,md burial were In New York, with
Rlveralde-Baach Memorial Chapel in
charge locally
HARRY DENIS
!. of 2410 SW 1st St.. died Mar. i. A
retired restaurant own. r. he i..nw
here If raara ago from N*w Torn. He
la survived by two sons. Samuel and
Irving, and a grandchild. Bervlca*
were Mar. 4 at Rivers! le-Beach Me-
mo lai Chapal, with burial in Orace-
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EDWARD KLEINMAN
63. of ISIS Collins ave.. died Mar. 3. A
real aatat* broker, he leaves a sister.
S,-i vices and burial were in Newark,
with Rlverside-Keach Memorial Chapel
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HARRY HOROWITZ
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ladles' tailor, he was a winter resident
here for manv years. He was a mem-
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ain; two aona, Milton and Fred and
three grandchildren. Services and
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Friday, March H, 19
Catholics Battle Jewish Sunday Openii
forcible closing of their businl
on Sunday as well."
In Albany the Legislature U
pectod to vote before it adiou
at the end of the month on a
on the liberalization o[ the Sun
law introduced by Assemblyn
Sidney Asch. Since the mat
pertains to New York City aloc,
under the home rule provisions!
its charter, it must be passed I
an afiirruative two-thirds vote)
both legislative houses.
Continued from Page 1 A
president of the Rabbinical Coun-
cil of America, an Orthodo*
group, insisted that the bill would
end the "discriminatory regula-
tion of enforcing the religious
practices of one group upon the
adherents of another." It would.
he continued, "finally give all cit-
izens of the city the right to keep
the Sabbath of their religious con-
viction without being penalized by
Henry Edward Schultz, national chairman of
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, pre-
sents 1957 America's Democratic Legacy Sil-
ver Medallion to Senate minority leader Wil-
lie m F. Knowland (R.-Calii.). Sen. Hubert H.
Humphrey, (D.-Minn.), Rep. Kenneth R. Keat-
ing, (R.-N.Y.). and Rep. Emanuel Celler (D.-
N.Y.). Four men represented 85th Congress
which was voted award for its passage of first
Federal civil rights legislation in 82 years.
More than 200 senator* and representatives at-
tended League's dinner which Congress held in
Washington, D.C. Looking on (right) is Philip
M. Klutznick, president of B'nai B'rith and
member of U.S. delegation to UN General
Assembly. _________________________
Commons Hoots Guildhall Proposal
LONDON(JTA)The British Government continues to hold by
the Eden plan for settling the Arab-Israel conflict by territorial conces-
sions on the part of the State of Israel. Foreign Secretary Selwyn Uoyd
indicated this week during a foreign policy debate in Commons.
Replying to a demand voiced by------------------------------------------------
Labor party leader Hugh Gaitskell ,h(. now o{ weaDons int0 u,e Mid-
that that the Western Big Three
recent Arab mergers. Mr. Gaitskell
expressed the hope thai they would
not lead to excessiv nationalism
nor aggression, that they would
speed the economic development of
the area and bring nearer a solu-
and the USSR undertake to guar-
antee the borders of Israel. Lloyd
said: "Our position today is a -
dement as suggested b> s.r An-
v Eden ; Dull speech."
Sir Anthony's proposals, made 18
ths aj-o while be
Prime Minister, me: with a wall oi
MttiBfl in Israel and at home
among both the Opposition and
e Con.-en ative HP's.
Any such guarantee of Israel's
bcrders as the Laborrtes ask,
Lloyd said, would be bitterly re- ;
sented by ail of Israel's Arab
neighbor*.
Anemia Bevan. member of the
Liiior party's "shadow cabinet."
intervened to characterize Lloyd's
ta ement "extremely serious." He
asked if this demand might involve
:bsiantial loss of Israel territory
or . rectification of fronUer ano-
miMet He termed any demand
for substantial concessions "highly
dangerous." Gaitskell also inter
ad to make a point about the
vat diffeience" between mu-
tually agreed irontier changes and
-:antial territorial chat::.
The foreign secretary pointed out
thai he had not used the word "sub-
tial" but said that since he
though; it was the desire of all par-
ties to convert the armistice agree-
ments to a peace settlement,
that must be done through nego-
tiations involving compromise on
botn sides.
die East as "one thing which can | tion of the venting problem of the
be done." Commenting on the two Arab refugees.
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"The-e are several elements in
any settlement frontiers, refu-
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other problems and the more
one party gives on one issue the
le or another," the foreign secre-
tary said. The Eden statemen*,
he wont on, made clear that it
was a manor of negotiation and
compromise.
Gahskcli scored the government
for adhering to the Eden plan, as-
ser-inp that he found 11 "astonish
that the government could
still espouse the 18-month-old pro.
po.-al which, he pointed oui. is out
ol the question for Israel to ac-
He said British reiteration
ol the Eden proposal could only'
harm the present situation by giv
ing the Arab states the false hope
net a settlement could still
be obtained.
He also called for an arms em
bargo or at least partial control of
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Commission Lag Flayed by AJCong.
Jewish, and, in the very last yean,
extensive persecution, deporta-
tions, and executions of the re-
_______________________9-A
maining Jewish literary and other-
figures. The culmination was the
Moscow Doctors' Plot.
LlJEW YORK Voicing its the A 'Congress asserted, "has not, week that President Eisenhower
L"ve concern that nearly one- received the high priority that the made a nomination to the post of
g^r of l*J2T,1 ^^ b1^*!!1,^1'!!" 0'the Civil ,ta,f dircc,or t0 th* Commission,
RighU Act demand. Unless there Dr. Goldstein pointed out that
is a significant change in the Ad, nothing can be done about build-
mimstration present attitude of i ing a staff until the Senate con-
over-caution and hesitancy, many firms the nomination and funds'
more months will pass before the | have been appropriated for the
newly-appointed staff director is1 Commission's operations,
confirmed by the Senate, the nee- In his report on the status of1
essary appropriations are made Jews in the USSR.. Dr. Robinson ,
and the necessary staff is appoint-! foresaw no basic ctnmges in the
condition of Soviet Jewry "unless ;
^L Federal Commission on
-tf Right.- has been "irretriev-
Uk lost" by "the lack of an ade
Cf sen*- of urgency about civil
EL on th> part of the Adminis-
Rtion." the American Jewish
K" s has called upon Presi-
Itat Eiwnhou rr to use the full in-
Kiice of his office "to obtain the
Ckot possible action on all
C needed to enable the Com-
1 on 10 m.ke maximum use of
*me of its limited
^BlOlofiK' "
He task <>f appotattag, itaffing
financin- the Commission,
ed.'
The appeal to the President, in thc Sovict Cnion, in its Campaign,
m Signs Mew
(Reparations Pact;
Jses Escape Clause
Centinud from Page 1 A
iipbiiildine pro-ram for Israel has
lilready been completed.
Deliveries of German repara-
tions goods last year amounted to
ri5 percent of Israel's imports.
Icoods pucha-eil outside the frame-
Iwork of the pact amounted to an-
lethcr five percent of Israel's total
11937 imports In the past two
Ijearv Israel Ixiimht 120 million
bunts worth of goods in this fash-
lion, paying for 75 percent of the
[purchases in foreign currency and
|tht' remainder in citrus products.
The Israel purchasing mission in
Rologne sees this development as
Ithe gradual establishment of a nor-
lim.1 commercial agreement. Israeli
officials in Germany feel Israel will
still need to buy German products,
[especially replacement parts for
[technical Installations being deliv-
lerH under the Reparation! Agree-
I merit.
ihc form of a* reXntatlon. was
adopted at a meeting of AJCon-
tp-s executive committee here.
Judge Justine Wise Polier, chair-
man, presided. Speakers at the
meeting included Dr. Israel Gold-
stein, AJCongress president, who
discussed developments in imple-
menting the Civil Rights Act of
1957; Dr. Joachim Prinz. chairman
of the AJCongress Commission on
International Affairs and Israel;
{or m-axiMiaace and sympathy in
the West, were forced, by Western
pressure, to permit a revival of
Jewish religious and cultural life
and free emigration to Israel."
Tracing the history of Soviet
Jewry since the rise of the Com-
munist regime, Dr. Robinson di-
vided the last 40 years into several
distinct periods. The first period,
extending from 1918 until the early
1930s, was that of "Jewish eco-
nomic and social restratification

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who reported on the situation of
Jews in the U.S.S.R.
In his discussion of develop-
ments in civil rights. Dr. Gold-
stein deplored the fact that rhe
Federal Commission on Civil
Rights, created by the Civil
Rights Act of 1957, has not yet
begun to function. The Commis-
sion was given two years from
the effective date of the Act-
Sept. 9, 1957 to receive com-
plaints, make investigations,
held hearings, formulate recom-
mendations and submit them
with a fell report of its activities
to the President and Congress.
"Almost one-fourth of that period
has gone by without any sign of a
the Jews in the larger concentra-
tiona en oying a sort of autonomy
and possessing Yiddish schools
and other cultural institutions."
The second period, which ex-
tended until 1941, was "a con-
tinuation of the tendencies of the
first period, in the economic and
geographical fields. But at the
same time," he said, "there was
the abolition of Jewish autono-
mous organizations and consid-
erable reduction in Yiddish cul-
tural activities.
"The war years," Dr. Robinson
continued, "led to a certain reviv-
al of Jewish self-consciousness but
also of anti-Semitism. In the first
postwar years, remnants of Jew-
ishness were tolerated, but in 1948,
due in part to growinj pro-Israel
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Real estale leaders of Miami Beach hear an
address by Sam I. Heiman (fourth from left)
warning 1hat rescue program to aid Jewish
refugees may be seriously hampered unless
Combined Jewish Appeal meets its 1958 goal.
Shown (left to right standing) are Morton Rus-
cck, Irving Hoffman, Harold Segal, Miami
Beach chairman, Rose Swartz. Sol Goldman,
Nat Ratner, Leo Eisenstein, Building Trades co-
ordinator. Seated (left to right) are Dave Saul,
Ben Zion Ginsburg, Sam Harris and David
Muskat. Not shown in photo is Sol Megdell.
Heiman Heads
Docr-to-Docr C JA
Push Mar. 30th
Sam J. Heiman. twice chairman
of the local Combined Jewish Ap-
peal and a member of the national
UJA cabinet, ha* been named to
head up the bi? door-to-door drive
Sunday. Mar. 30.
The door-to-door solicitation this
year takes on added significance in
view of the large sums still out-
standing in pledges.
Heiman called 60 top Jewish
leaders together Wednesday to
blueprint- plans for the "great-
est mass march for life-saving
dollars in CJA histery."
Theme of the one-day push was
sekcted by the committee at their
meeting, with Mar. 30 designated
as "Key Day for CJA."
'Contributors and workers are
the keys to life, freedom and res-
cue," Heiman explained. "Dollars
are the magic key which can keep
the doors of Israel openif contrib-
utors will open their doors to the
CJA volunteer on Key Day."
Some 1.000 key men and women
will make up the corps of march-
ers. Jewish residents of Dade coun-
ty will be requested to put aside all
other activities and remain at
home to await the visit of the Key
Day volunteer.
Persons who can "give three
hours to save a life" Mar. 30 should
call JE 8-4331 to enroll, Heiman
urged.
Priests' Remark
Gets Vatican OK
Continued from Page 1 A
bers of the Paese Sera editorial
staff were Jews.
Osservatore Romano asserted "it
is no crime of racialism to under-
line the unsuitable presence of
Jews when an issue is debated
which concerns another religion,
particularly since Pope Pius offer-
ed Jews the solidarity and protec-
tion they deserved as persecuted
creatures of God." The Vatican
publication added that "these in-
advertencies" did not "diminish
the gratitude which Jews did not
tail to express to the Holy Father
for his deeds."
JACK GORDON
Cold Weather Keeps Anglers
Undaunted as Entries Rise
Northern anglers on their win-
ter fishing forays in South Florida
were undaunted by cool weather
during the first half of the Metro-
politan Miami Fishing Tournament
with the result that they entered
50 per cent more fish than last
year and notched more top marks
on the scoreboard than resident
anglers did.
With toe return of South Flori-
da's usually warm weather there
has been a spurt of good fishing
which is expected to remain
through the close of the Met tour-
ney Apr. 13.
Washington Ave.
Assn. Picks Gordon
Thirty-four civic and business
leaders of Miami Beach were elect- j
ed to the board of governors of the
Washington Avenue' Assn., com-.
prised of 300 merchants and 100 j
property owners and financial in- [
stitutions, at a general meeting
last week.
Officers elected are Jack D. Gor-
don, president of Washington Fed-
eral, as president to succeed Mil-
ton Smith; Marcus O. Sarokin, vice
president of South Shore Branch
Miami Beach Federal, first vice
president; D. C. Johnson, general
i manager, S. H. Kress Beach store,
second vice president; Councilman
D. Lee Powell, vice chairman of
Bank of Miami Beach, treljiirer;
Attorney Hyman P. Galbut. owner
of Washington Sundries, secretary;
and Ray Redman, public relations
consultant, executive director.
Elected to the board of gover-
nors, including the officers, are
Max Boderman, Daniel M. Broad,
Ben E. Bronston, William Bur-
bridge, Leo A. Chaikin. C. L. De-
vine, Bernard S. Feiner, Dr. Mor-
ris Goodman, County Commission-
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George W. Hirsch, Carl T. Hoff-
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Matiiews, James F. Mathews, Mrs.
Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Eduardo
Morales, John E. Porte, Mitchell
Potter, Joseph M. Rose, Martin
Rothschild, Paul School, Jack Sil-
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Daniel TaradaSh, Harold Thur-
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-Jmisii ftcrkMnn
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pg Eyes Possible Middle East Trip
Continued from Poo* 1 A
|- ne*t week there mey be
\T1 between v**1* Mo*"
I c nd my visit to London, and
I hi. k*ei into *** P*bintV
I rftwilinfl the Middle Beet. It it
[net a spoejfic mission, if it comes
*ts you know. I have been in
i Middle Ea-^t many times, but
. oX.trc sUiiatioa. .because
lung called for my visit, I left
itain countries off my travel
w. It miaht be a good idea.
rdore. to louk into th* situation
the r^snonit might be helpful to
ill out the picture in that region.
|my trip there comes about, bow-
Ktr! it will have no political sig-
lificar.ee."
Hammarskjold is scheduled to be
in Moscow Mar. 16, and in London
on Mar. 51. Thus he will have at
least a week between his visits to
least a week between his visits to the
Soviet and British capitals. When
die East he has never visited be-
fore, it was ascertained that he
meant Iraq, Saudi Arabia and Ye-
men.
-JiMnaioMuU mm also ashed
to eommtnt on tho fact that Is
raol hat not yet rocoivod any of
the Hebrew University books or
Hadassah Hospital surgical
eqiupment from its enclave atop
Mr. Scopus. Jordan agreed two
months ago, when Dr. Urrutia
was in tho region to settle tho Is-
rael-Jordan dispute ovor Mt.
Scopus, to allow Israel rotriovo
| ho books and oquipmont.
Hammarskjold replied: These
transports from Mt. Scopus were to
have been part of the first stage
and an integral part of the plan
worked out by Ambassador Ur-
rutia. However, we ha.ve run into!
some difficulties and therefore this
Oral stage has not yet started."
' -In_.an25frto another question
; the SetreTiryCeneral said that the
secretariat's studies regarding the
legal and political aspects oi the
two Arab mergers have been com
pleted. But. be added, he cannot
no further into the question pending
1 formal adoption of the constitution
and other formal steps by the mer-
' ged Arab states.
Pekelner to Chair Executive Group
Of Local Committee for Israel Fete
A. Arthur Pekelner, chairman
the Presidents' Council of the
outh Florida Zionist Region, was
dected last week to- the ehair-
nin>hip of the executive commit-
of the Greater Miami Com-
nittee for Israel's Tenth Anni-
Irersary Celebration.
TV committee, under whose
pices the tenth anniversary of
"ael will be celebrated in Great-
Miami, is comprised of more
an local organizations.
Stanley C. Myers, noted civic
leader, is chairman of tho com-
[mittee, which is affiliated with
It national committoe headed by
[the Hon. Herbert H. Lehman,
Iformer U.S. Senator from Now
I York.
[ftketoer, president of Inter-
I Boat Yards, Inc.. of Mi
^ni. has long been an active Zi-
ui leader. He is chairman of
American Zionist Council of
[terida and is a past president of
Miami Zionist District
I He is a former member of the
Rational Administrative Council
the Zionist Organization of
Mienca and prior to coming to
Iliami was president of the West-
jyi N.Y., Zionist Region. For
ifr years he was president of the
ftwish Federation of Yonkers,
r i -. and is now a member of the
Putive board of the Greater
Tumi Jewish Federation.
j*rwng with Pekelner on the
*fulive committee of the Great-
Miami Commiuee for Israels
tion; Mrs. Oscar ZelUer. Council,
of Pioneer Women: Leon Epstein'
and Efraim H. Gale. Greater Mi-j
ami Jewish Community Center; j
Also Irving Cypen, Mrs. Louis I
Glassor, Dr. Beniamin B. Rot- i
ember, and Mrs. Oida Rubin.
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion; Mrs. A. Arthur Pekelner
and Mrs. Joseph Shapiro. Ha
dassah; Joseph Oun'ov, Jewish
Labor Committee; Willard Ben-
der, Jewish War Veterans;
Manuel Burstoin, Labor Zionist
Council of Greater Miami; Mrs.
Samuel Gertman, National I
Council of Jewish Women.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Rabbi
Joseph R. Narot and Rabbi Alfred
Waxman, Rabbinical Assn.: Mrs.
Dorothy Krieger Fink, Zionist j
Council of South Florida; Dr. Da-1
vid Andron and Gilbert Rappa-
port, Zionist Organization of
America; and Seymour B. Licb-
man. Judge Milton Friedman.
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, Mrs.
In a driving rcrin. Gov. W. Averell Harriman initkrltw giound-
breaking for American Jewish Committee's Institute of Human
Relations, a S2 million eight-story structure to be erected in
New York City. Looking on as Harriman (center) digs first
spadeful of dirt are (left) A. M. Sonnabend. of Boston, chair-
man of Institute's national development program, and Irving
M. Engel, president of American Jewish Committee.
Samuel Z. Sakrais. and Fred K.
Shochet. members-at-large.
Statins that the theme of the
Greater Miami celebration will
be "peace, democracy and devel-
opment in the Middle East," My-
ers said that a series of events
heing planned to take place during
the period of the tenth anniver-
sary year.
Committee headquarters have
been established at 420 Lincoln
rd., mezzanine, with Mrs. Nissoa
S. Pearl as executive secretary.
A. AffUWR HULMtt
Tenth Anniversary Celebration
are the following representatives
of 17 major organizations and six
members at large:
Mrs. Charles Fineberg and Has-
kel Lazere. American Jewish
Congress; Seymour Samet and
Dr. Peritz Scheinberg, American
Jewish Committee; Benjamin
Meyers and Nathan Perlmutter,
Anti-Defamation League; Stanley
Caidin, B'nai B'rith; Mrs. Betty
Birchansky. B'nai B'rith Women;
Sol Goldman and Louis Schwartz-
man, Bureau of Jewish Educa-
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Friday, March Ij. U
Religious Services
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlylc ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
l-. iiu> f:15 p.m bUturdaj s
Sermon: "I'll,- Qreateel Maetei In Betf-
Bxpi ecjason."

ANSHE EMES. 2535 W 1th avc. Can
tor Morns Zimmerman.

BETH DAVID. 2S25 SW 3rd ave Con. I
servattve. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg.
Cantor William W. Lipson.
FYidaj v '" c'" Berraon; "A (.'onere-
<......ii Mon i .i Tea her B<
led t.. Louis aactafl in ho
_'i years off leaching I..-:'. Uavtd il- -
av -''.[ ..i. I in Dai
Milzvab Prank, son <>f M r. an I M
1. d Bramaon i ; i. j ; el Mr .*n
Mre. rtiark -. aI'-i i
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BETH EL. SCO SW 17th awe. Orthodox
.< m Bar Miliv.ih: Krnnk-
lln I'. BOO Ol Mr antl Mis HaUT) S...--
kin.

BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave.
Conservative. Rabbi David W. Her-
son. Cantor Hyman Fain.

BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie avc.
Orthodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman.

BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
Friday :,:t:> pm. Baturdaj S:IS a.m.
Sermon: "Th- Wiw and th- Kind."
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BETH RAPHAEL. 13 NW 3rd avc.
Orthodox. Rabbi Arie Becker.
Kiiiiay 8 j. m Sit mU\ B:S0 :i m S,r-
mon ''Dtacoatasl NoMe *n.l lg-
Jloble.*"
.
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euotid avc. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.

DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CENTER.
18160 NW 2nd ave. Conservative
Rabbi Nathan H. Zwitman.
Krirla> 8.;", p m S^r.r -n* "l'-i- Iih-
analytic Conconl of JudaJam as a
Rellsloo and 'hrliu>nil. as .,
Bon ItcliKion." bVuurda) II am
e
FLAGLER-GRANAOA. 50 NW 51st pi
Conservative. Rabbi Murray A.
Alstet.
Prlda) IS |im li'n.ii B'lith Babbath
fjilberi I'alkin Lodge t-i !> gueatl <'
the Center. Saturday i:S6 .i m. Bar
Mltavaa: Irvine, son off Mr, ami Mia
Bchaiier.

HIALE AH.MIAMI SPRINGS. 951 Fla-
mingo Way Conservative. Rabbi Leo
Heim.
Frlds.) I:1S p.m. Sermon: ''How |o be
ii.ipy As a Jew." Maa'a Club si.-
Inlh. One* Shaliliat noata: Mr. and
Mm. Philip Kegun anil Mr. ami Mrs.
Jack rtackear. Saturday 9 a.m.
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ISRAELITE CENTER. 3198 SW 24th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky
Pridn> ii.'1'i and 1:15 p.m. Sermon:
Punishment." flaturda) I a m. liar
MltavaJji: Daniel, eon "i Mi and Mrs.
Wiiii.un Reiser.
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KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid avc.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrtield.
Cantor Abraham Sen
o |;|4 p m Shi mon
The \V,i off li .".-.
ne?"
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MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGAT ON
110! SW 12th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Smon April. Cantor B^rele Kclemer
I .i :
- II "
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VONTICELLO PARK. 164th at. and
ME 11th ave Censervative. Rabbi
Isaac Lerer. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb.
F nVrvk i
PI I .--n an-l the

1. v.
am Kermon:
Bai Mltxvalr i'
I ,i

NORTH DADE CENTER. 13630 W
Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi
Henry Okoiica. Cantor Maurice Neu.
- "Youth T -
CAMDUUGHTiNG TIMS
22 Adcrr 6:13 p.m.
malWffn fCTnif Tatum*rtlWHvfSV
Modern Tradit.onai.
;. 'ii at Sul fald) Tun I! I
' i i and Hut 11 I I I
.: David It Tovi
H I Islam! 1 rother-
h and Community Relation
a
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI
131st St. and NE 6th ave. Deform
Rabbi Benno M. Wallach.
a
TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th st. Con
servative. Rabbi Alfred Waxnian.
rYMas v :'." p in Harmoni "Pure R lual
i | Remaon B l ii da nv Bar
Mltsv h: Harold, ton of Mr and lira,
Mai I.n Lom
a
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Abrahan-
Herson Cantor Albert Glantz.
Fildav 8:JO pm Bermon: "The Tr-<-.-
We Plant Thr Roots *Va Strike."
Jewlab National Fund Sabbath. I^iny
Rrani and Penny linldbera; ill &i\
reviewi off the lorah ami Hafftnrah
-adiiiKs BaturdeU H am. Sermon:
"The Snlrlt of the Sa-irtuary Kefflei-t-
ed Through the People."
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44 Za-
mora ave. Conservative. Rabbi B.
Leon Hurwitx. Cantor Rudolph Brill.
Friday 1:11 p.m. Sermon: "The Rle>-
menl off Mystery In Life." Youth Pei-
lowehlp participation. Saturday *:S
a.m.
NORTH SHORc CEN-TFR 620 75th
st. Conservative. Rabbi Mayei
Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein
F* Iday 1:15 p.i
s tunla) ;
a m Sermon V ': i
and Mr.
I^wrence Lei

SOUTH DADE JEW'SH CFNTER
Room 315. Mer'ick hlig., U of M.
campus. Reform. Rabbi Herbert M
Baumgard.
FHda> 1:15 p.m Bermon: "Tn< I
!, i :,. Bur
.^l on, .-.ii off Mi. anil

SOUTHWEST JEWISH CENTER.6418
SW 8th st. Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham Levitan.
TEMPLE BFTH SHOLOM. 4'44 Chase
ave Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish
Cantor David Conviacr.
P n s, r iv.n: "The Tnth
> i .. r> i el." fH" ond In i
.- i Baturda) !:$ a i Ba atlta
vah: Stephen. .n off Mr. ami Mr*.
Waiter 8. Mackauff
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1731 Washing-
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Israel Reich.

TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 137 N6 lath st. Reform. Rabbi
Joseph Narot. Cantor Jacob Born
stein.
nlalion of major
< < "ipts from Mendeleeohn > "KlljHh "
'
TEMPL8> JUDEA. ICO Palermo ave
Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skop. Cantor
Herman Gottlieb.
Pi iiia v IfJ.". p n ih.. Rabbi
an iii-.rn.nifi, i lion i
i MraNiavid Ktelnbera and dauifh-
i anili- Satnr'av In am Bar
'i: LajTy, son ad Mra
r Apple

TEMPLE NER TAMID. (Being erect-
Academy Rally Will
Note Special 'Week'
Hebrew Academy Men's Group,
Hebrew Academy Women and Par-
ent Teachers Assn. will hold a
mass rally Wednesday night in the
Carillon hotel.
B. I. Binder, president, said that
principal speaker will be Hendrik
Berns. Sunday editor of the Miami
Herald. His topic will be "What
Makes for Human Greatness?"
The Hebrew Academy 60-voice
choir will sing liturgical, modern
Israeli and popular American
soncs. The choir will be directed
by Mrs. Jack Donnerstag.
"Purpose) of the rally i* o ae-
m>at-t members and friends of
the Hebrew Academy, and the
entire community with the phi'es-
oohv ard educational program of
the Academy," Binder said.
Mrs. Reijamin Artnel. president
of the Hebrew Academy Women,
will discuss "Hebrew Academy
Week." which is beinu proclaimed
hv Wijynr Konnw'h 0*- of Miami
Beach Mayor Robert King High of
Miami, and Mayr Shepard Broad
of Bal Harbor. Th" observance is
scheduled for Mar. 17 through 24.
Reoorting on the jiiumau?n-oiect
will be Mrs. David S. Andron.
chairman. Co-chnrrmen of the pro
iect are Mrs Is-dore Spolter and
*'rs. William Kes-elman Louis
Me'wlliei aid Josenh Cohen, co-
chairmen of the recently formed
io-rnal coordinating committee,
will also speak.
Moadon to Hear
Noted Socioloqist
Sociologist Dr. Jacob Lestchin-
sky will be guest speaker at a
meeting of 'Moadon." Hebrew-
speaking group here. Sunday eve-
ning at Temple Emanu-El.
He will discuss "Israel as a Cen-
ter of Influence on Diaspora Jew-
ry" at the 8:30 p.m. affair.
Alto scheduled is a presenta-
tion of "Perek Yotrti" by Harry
Perach, of the Hebrew Acade-
my faculty.
The mecling will be dedicated
to William Agranov. who is cele-
brating his 70th birthday.
Dr. Morton I. Robbins will pre-
side. David Freedman is Moadon
president.
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by AHARON ROSEN
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D. ALBtRr CORDON
Dr. Gordon Slated
In Cavalcade Series
Dr. Albert I. Gordon, spiritual
leader of Temple Emanuel, New-
ton Centre. Mass., will be guest
speaker at Beth David Congrega-
tion Wednesday, 8:30 p.m., in a
Cavalcade of Conservative Juda-
ism series sponsored by the Na-
tional Academy of Jewish Studies
in cooperation with the United
Synagogue of America.
Dr. Gordon was formerly execu-
tive director of the United Syna-
gogue of America, national organi-
zation of Conservative synagogues.
He is a member of the faculty of
Andover Newton Theological
School, where he serves as lecturer
in Judaism.
A native of Cleveland. O., Dr.
Gordon has contributed articles to
"Jewish Social Studies," "The Re-
constructionist," and other publi-
cations.
Dr. Cordon is the author ef
"Jews in Transition," "Bride
and Groom," "In Times Sor-
row," and a series of booklets en
the home celebration of Jewish
Holy Days.
Dr. Gordon's topic for the sec-
ond of the Cavalcade series here
will be "The Jewish Community
of Tomorrow." Rabbi Yaakov Ros-
enberg, spiritual leader of Beth
David, having completed his own
Cavalcade tour of three cities, will
be present to greet Dr. Gordon.
The Cavalcade makes available
Conservative rabbis to Jewish
communities for interpretation of
the aspects of Jewish living.
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advanced students may be obtained through your lotal HtbtmA
Organization or by writing to: Brit Ivrit Olamit, P.O.B. 7111
Jerusalem, Israel,
Published by aVit Ivrit Octal
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Dinner Sunday
Southwest Branch of the Hebrew
Academy will hold a dinner dance
Sunday. 6 p.m.. at the Israelite
Center.
Miami attorney Ben Essen will
be principal speaker, Mrs. Max
Deakter and Mrs. Irving Whitman,
co-chairmen of the dinner, an-
nounced.
Cantor Herman K. Gottlieb, of
Temple Judea, will sing liturgi-
cal and traditional songs. A med-
ley of modern Israeli songs will
be rendered by Mrs. Ray Her-
man.
Rabbi Morris Horovitz. super-
visor of the Miami Branch and
Dean of Boys at the main building
in Miami Beach, will discuss the
program of the Hebrew Academy
and will report on the progress
made in the Miami Branch, organ-
ized in September, 1957.
The branch now consists of first,
second and third grades.
THE WEEK... US I SEE
Continued from Peg* 4 A
as dangerous today as any true Communist and that Communism ijj
not the only form of subversion to which the U.S. is currently
subjected.
SlUNCt CAN OfJlH MAKt A LOUD BANC '
ALL OF WHICH is by way of saying that the American Jewish'
** gress statement on the Johns committee isotied here last '
might have been better tempered. AJConpress charges that the i
mittee's decision to broaden the scope of its inquiry dees not
its invidious nature.
One may easily agree with this in substancebut question the**]
dom of stating it in the name of a Jewish civil libertarian organ
tion. Both the American Jewish Committee and Anti-Defamation I
gue here refrained from issuing any pronouncements. I am suretW
can not be said to feel more kindly disposed toward the Florida '
lation Investigation Committee than does AJCongress.
Their, refusal to make any public statements is not. h wever.
be construed as fence-straddling. For silence often disgui^o- 'he use|
of far more potent weapons in the battle to safeguard hum .in ngW
than a jaunty phrase tossed off fearlessly and without regard
methods of implementationweapons which, in fact, may neveM
uncovered to public gaze. But this hardly means they have not
fired,
Cord Party Due Sunday
Women's Club of Workmen's Cir-
cle 692 will hold a card party Sun-
day evening. 7 p.m.. at 25 Wash-
ington ave. Mrs. Ida Spivack is
chairman of the affair.
Miami Hebrew Book $tor|
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Miami Beach JE 3*~
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Synagogues, Scriool* 4 Pr.vaM '
ISRAELI DOMBSTIC OlFTI
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311 Washington Ave., M. B.
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March 14. 1958
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Hebrew Free Loan
To Install Officers
laaullatioo of newly -elected off.
cm o( the Greater Miam Hebrew
Free Loan Assa. win take place
Sunday. 730 pa., at Beta El Con-
gregation.
Rabbi Max Shapiro will be the
guest speaker. Rabat Sheldon Ed-
wards of B'nai Stolen Cosfrega-
tion in Opa lorka will install the of-
ficer- Cantor Lo'U G-aru-nhai*
'iet^T* B*t* ESj"*11 abo par
Tha mst.llafiwi writ m4r* a*
Worth tWe Tttn Ag*i
Host Temple Sinai Youth
Teen -avers of Temple Sinai, Hol-
lywood, will be guests ef North
Dade Jewish Center teen-age
group at a combined service.
brunch ar>d forum Sunday at l't 30
am
Topic will be "Living Jewi*h
Ethic*." The pre-teen v Center will viut Temple Sinai for
a similar program there.
Robert Lipof is youtb advisor at
North Daoe. arH S Herbert HaYSrl
is youth coor-iir.ator for Temple
Sinai
Hafcrew Pra.
Lean Attn.'s aiatiWi anrwvarsary.
THa araamzahan aWart lea** ta
the neady withawt charaa or in-
teract.
tOt ZAUS
Officers to be :~4a!Jed art Joe
;Zalts. presides*: Ssasa Sesdea. ma->. Anna Blart Norm Erfchee*.
,firstvice president. Hyaus Kam. Gsadyi Fnd-I Isidore F^vlel. Her-
2f,;s.-!? TO**"*. Meyer Hed .aB Fischer. Sac* Goidateia. Diaa
hetttod e preside*: Harry Kam Ralph Kneger Saai Philbp..
Goldberg, treasurer. Clara Eek
baas, faaaeiai aecretar;.. Zeida
Ma Rappaport. Jacob
I Standing r^tcre Ark of Temple Beth Sholom to receive blessing
on occasion :'. his formal installation as cantor and music
director is Jantox David Conviser. Rabbi Leon Kronish. spirit-
ual leader c: 3eth Sholom. looks on as Rabbi Herbert M. Baunv
gard, dhectof of Union oi American Hebrew Congregations.
South flcr.:^ Council, pronounces Mewing, bassclkrboo was
part cf special 3hassidic seivke which Cantor Conviser pre-
[sented oi Beth Sholom in honor oi Jewish Music Month. Some
1,000 w.tr.e&oed ceremony.
licmi, Gables In Joint Meeting
fctal of the Coral, A. Arthur Pekeiaer. charnaaa of
Cables am) M.aau Distracts of the the SaeXh Florida Aaserieaa Zaaa-
lionist OrgaauaiMe of A aaerica ist Consul asd a past piuadtiM of
kill take place Tuesday i 11 ag. the Miami ZOA. wiB rrtxv ear-
Ictordmg :o Sam Levase. aad rest news of the Midde East asd
IKsnt. reeordaag secretary. Ger- K****1 S*kewiSz. David
trude Pfcibip*. r irri ipisihaj. see-, & SiegeL Lotus '
ary. atraa*. Rva* Zaba aad Moms
Beard of defectors are f. -rrnan.
lmcn*-!l Mi's Chb
S..i talker-Urn BreoHast
b oi Temple Emanu P.l
sssmI father asd
Mar 23. at the T-rr.p;< acoraasg
lo Jsles P. Cbanaaag. presaieat.
nastfe* wiB begas w*th s spe-
cial serviee m the Chapel, tenaart-
ed by Or Irving Lehrnvan A bigV
iigat of the event wdl he the ap
pearase* of Clare Mother popMb-
TV- spameaater. A
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bach hath fathers asd iegjters
HomeRa----: pressdeats
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I of Bt ireiataBB.
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an of the Miaaa. Dsstttat, aad
Harvey s
rf te Corl G.
local pUss ta eeiebrste
the lath asssversary of the estafc-
ef the Jewish State.
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the pracrass raasMsmi wdl he AJ
AheKssaw. M
Ahe Hsarewstz. Etta Mae
Levies. Sasa Traanc. Irv-
naounced tbat a
krogran kM tees psasssd isr the
|wsms. mr adstr Paaaa Isabeiskr.
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They're Not Taking the Arab Unions Seriously
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a* the Arab
Saab Arabia
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aoc j_-|e i
Tat ana a Ec?t aad Syria
ana .mi.? s the par: of Nasser:
teaai im :rf Israel a Sam a Xe-iember 196* It
ake As ua nans as imtii cast to create as Arab Empire'"
be a a inn at Joanne (em a the Persan GsM Dictators
f mar- hat aa aaaj smrersy a dersanag mesr aims a tbeir
MB la i mi a mi. =s the rase of Holer's
"Mia Kjaaf bare aa eaaawy ateaa? busd*jess a re-
faaf a mi an beat* ApB. c a ciearty written ia
' an tbe aims of tbe
_i:
(ras. tan a dominate aD
East, ad nhraatety a be-
rated sauces of Nor.h
aaf Sack Asia.
3BLT0\ ERIEBMW
Inbal Made Great Impression on Capital Envoys
i of atonal
b heasadtfneat oa tbe part of
er *he curtaia rose to re-
in am mi it ended ia triumph,
the a i In awn that vision* of
mjved forth.
Orchestra pernra-
* Caatantan HaO and was ranch appre-
was act another distinguished
Che naaa and original product of
by tbe tats and dances of
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nEMBERT G. WIT
He Started Up at 16 -.S
for tbe first tiae experienced the
of tbe new Israel Tbe airs.
And x ia* shared lnbal s
from Bibiical events that
* tbe Ob) Testaaeot. Others am-
revrvai of tbe Jewish people.
of Ambassadors
_ thern were envovs
Malaya, area. Turkey. Ethiopia tbe Philippines.
Aim. aad Thailand TV Charge d Affaires
"- aarna^lnmn ihaaul aarti.l enthusiasm as did tbe
SJniab Ambassador. Sooet aad Srnarh relations with
sra*lMbJa tfcaa perfect. But there was no question of
*'?.'?.'"*"* ** *** for a few hours by tbe
that tbe women of tbe Inbal com-
"t ****** *wr P0***"" of a Yemenite
Tas daw attention of alert officials Thev
**-*'** envaage aa Arab theatrical group offer-
BOMiS S340E.AM
a;: the tan
New York's
League's clever attempt to ei
Chub bet.ee. the devu and
of vigilanisa really has the
of a faf ehesn gaabst The Merchant* Club
pat m a dispute with the United States Internal Rev,
Ba-eaa on the piill that they were a baiaess or
tzatna However, they have defended the* no-Jew.
for tbe past fS years oa the grounds that they area
beliefs *
the bd
Could the ADL have fort
hey weald either have L
(heir restrict! es mm. fafor mate
1 are-ay* ran. Letters from the
Check aad draw.
Aa article oa the rlrrnat of fraternity bia- :
tohagri where some action a onposnaon to discrini
by fraternities has been taken. The University of
entry is partacnlarfy aterestmc **Ihi Delta Sigma
Bandy voted to admit Kcgrata." That certainly sbm
thnfcmg granp. Their thmhag aay aha have natal
fact that no Negroes attend the University of Miami
Miami newspnperaan Bert Collier arbde on
Beach, a whole city folly restricted to Gentiles, i
terest readers, as wiD Sol Rabka's "How to Keep _
ttrt on Snnmt Island So. 2." Bat naat important the
proinfes some sanrkmg answers to the kind
one bears all too often: "Why go nhm you re not .,
ed? Why r> to back it? There always be anti-Sernitisnil
If just a few people begin to see why to buck
Barriers" will ba\e done something very wJaaba,
some barriers may even besjia to come down
SAM'L f ARSO V
Mum is tbe UN Word
is seething
ed Natio
with fede:
r about to be fa
and ai-ch.c-f-ma
tittle, here at
-cautions Watt
One fact stands
boldly as tbe UVs own skyscraper. That is that, no ma
what Arab annoys or irritates or pats against whoa, I
cnaatry a immediate danger is IsraeL Yet mua
THE MIDOLE EAST
" counter federations
all of them due to Soviet
Yet never have so many said
Nations. Everybody is being
see" is the prevailing
Now and then, over a drink at the bar in the uenpUfl
haage. one does succeed a eettang a few wonls off tail
record from same Western delegate. Bat eves in u
rare instances, what comes off tbe record might as
be on The man sajes amiaaty. tosses some
remarks in tbe direction of all the Arab lead
them, with very few exceptions. Eke Charles Malik i
anon, is really respected by meat Western aelefaunl
hereand that's tbe extent of the inaaial you recent,!
"You worry too much nays one delegate> on" meal
lug American Jews. What the others say amounts to abod]
the same.
Is* there, indeed, anything to concern a*Here ""''
means us as Americans. Let me say that our government!
cares little about tbe danger to IsraeL It a not tmefor-|
tuna'.ely. But let us suppose that, if it came to a shoe-
down involving war. tbe official attitude would be thatl
we won't let .American boys die a the Middle East je*|
to defend IsraeL I that all that's involved here'
The fact is that the United States cares a great deall
about the entire Middle East. Else we would never kml
eered tbe Baghdad Pact oa which we participate
the two most important committees, the ailrury and tbsj
economic. Does it concern us as Americans that a pad I
of which we were the architects has now been by-passed Wl
r's "United Arab Republic" and tbe Iraqi-Joriaruatr]
Saudi Arabian entente?
Should it not concern as deeply when, at last. (Ml
Baghdad Pact is shown ap for what it has been rigbtjj
alongan unrealistic inUniineiH that, far from containiall
Soviet influence in tbe Middle East, has only helped solid-1
ify Soviet hegemony *
One dislikes to insist "I told ya
call tbe turn on tbe Baghdad Pact
ning.
Yet what the Middle East needs are an American ptjl
kj and a Western strategy. AH of the Arab states-"""*!
gardless of their hatred one far another, aside from theifjj
deep differencesagree an one point: They all bate Israef
H are sworn to destroy IsraeL
an." But Israel dial
the very begiH
Three of
OK Corrai- are renktmg aa aanther
Ti aa gnaa Harpers iaartaa."~ They are Hall Wa
Bsbsbi
ma caaJnl 7r^
Top U.S. Physicist is a Modest Young Man
anal star by Les
Pie. ft;
m the race far the bads ef "The Diary of
Sheftey Water* wsB portray Mrs Van Baa
hat haa*d Iflllj Perkfca i m ban I
by George She* eat to essay the rale ti
Ci ^T."XCAr*y****t inlmliiti, ah. mrrm
F -ssbower's Science Adilmj Commit-
.V1?"- > young Je .sh man bo
of the top physicists in the
Lmeotner top scieotiMs. he is unaswm-
aad seeks ta escape pablicitv Bawever. bis role m
i* no profound that such lending pub-
d advanced science in his conntrj
inO* years old. his Mcord ti I arfaatUI
eadTaf nL^riJnS!^!!^ m,n,b"
-5TZ^lf^^L'*p0BDlv,s*- of the US. N.vj Ha
nafaj^dla llMtmttc Diimn ol thr ..,,,,, Vu,|
' the largest ami moat In
a tnts country -named bin \ u ,
" ch.rse of raiding advance scientific resear*l
They huilt a special Uboraton for his research in nucl*2|
romc and guided missiles. As d|r*?c,0'!jj!
arch for the IBM. he has been "lent to Prese"
ihowers \d\iwry Committee on Scier.ee which
headed I > Janus H Killian. Jr ,1
he came to this country ;n 191/J ,1
toal H .t.Htviat the hard way. Today be is a mera*ir.
the \> ;tH,w and of othr ^^A
- (we of the few people hom i
""-''' ^m*. and a i* aiW)> ^1
"*v t. N- m his company and in the company oi
'"u ,- _
s the dsuch-er of Alexander R -I
t tbe Jewish Daily Forward, ana -I
rr of (ho Pioneer Women. Zionist labor *
luiution.


March 14. 1958
vJenist rhridiam
15-A
LEGAL NOTICf
P
I.
WEI-"
NOTICE UNOER
ICTII OOo '.....* ..AW
.K is HEREBY GIVEN that
i ii i ing I" engage In
. nil, i in- fictitious naiiM "i
,s\\. ll.Bfl i ";1 v '' lth
..th Miami Beach. FWMa In.
ter said name with the
. in ml i OUI. IN Uk>a
Florid*
Sole owner
I i'--- CAPI.AN
,V sciiri.MAN
i ... i. apian
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
mF,CT,T,OU* NAM* LAW
WOllca. IB ii..R,.c, divkn that
the undersigned, desiring lo engage In
lMrt BL, North Mla.nl Beach. Bade
rJ. T f- .rk ".V"" ""nit Court of
Dade Countv. Florida.
Sole Owner
S/7-H.21.2s'-U-S UlW,:X,,ARDT
. NOTICE TO CREDITORS
JfaiTHt COuNTY JUDQES' COURT
\m AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
ITlORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 4302S-A
K R, EKTATK OF
if i INOER
!l ill I'mtitoisand All Persons Hav-
E i",inis ,' >'.lt,:cl;*'*^,n..< bHHf
PKj"'-n.l each "f you. are hcr.-bv
Vil'lrit anil required I" present any
Em. and demand* which you. or
ET uf you, may have aaalnst the
of Lol'IS ETTI.INDKR d.--
Sid ,,,,. ,f I i.nle County Florida,
KrZ... County Judges yi
WL,. I file the same In
J ii i ie t'ounty Court!.....-
KM, c..imv, I1..ilila, within eight
1 ,, months 1""" the dale of the
Krpul.ll.atInn h.-rcof. Said calm-
tain the legal ad-
I .ii' and to be
ii.il as aforesaid, or same
'" in. A.D IESJ. .
.UMAX ETTLINOBR, As Ene-
, of ihi i.-i-t will and
;.,,, is ETTUNOER, De-
I "VVHEIMER
Ian l.tt.lnger,
I
: I4.S1-M, i i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 42791-B
I In Re' ESTATE >K
- ,R\H /INGARO.
]> eased
NOTICE TO CREDITOR*
llav-
andi AggUuM Said
I ._ w
nf you are In
I red to present any
which you, "i
. mini
. f .- WtAH ZIN'i i .1'.' il< i
Plot Ma. to the
| judges nf Dade
. In their
Courtheoei i'i
Is s Itn n i ghl
. dgti of I he
Maid claim*
' al a-l-
I '
: lii nf
\'t.
, | |
ctitrix
Last W
RAH 7.1\'i;ATi". Di
II i \i SILVERMAN
f -
I itrlx
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice. IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, dexli lng to engage in
55*rBB*Sr ftctltlou. name of
Miami Reach. Kla., Intend to rcKlstei
said name with the Clark ..f the cir-
cuit Court oT Dade County. Florida.
.aole. uunu*
'* erYrtoN'irv.TZKT ......
^. .H'MITII S RETZKY
GEORGE I ALBOCM
Attorney fir Applicants
B0 Lincoln Road
8/7-14-21*8
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FACTITIOUS NAME LAW
1 GIVEN that
ifje In
, ne of
IO40 Rl
| i
Fl
V W. .'AST! i: SYSTEMS, IXC
EL
I l-ic
MR-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Y GIVEN that
.i-.- in
li ii nai
I.Ki: At to TRIM SHI !' at 2i4
Miami, Florida In-
naine with the
-rk f tn,. ,-,,, ,|, Court of Dade
County, Fii i |
JOSEPH A I.EnSXoFF
- W llth Ten are
M Florl a
rBN
fO! Joseph A I.eoMloff
At I Term of the Children's Court of
the County of Oiwwafa, held at th*
County Court House in the City of
i>yrjcu. New York, on the 24th day
of February, 1958.
PrMflt: HON LEO J YEHLE. Judge.
I-N THE MATTER OK THE
ADOPTTOH
I.'TIS EDWARD PECK
n Iniaiii under it years of age
"f Kr\lvri.na "?J fl,,nK lhe l-Mltion
InuJ ol u WRIUHT AM>
21th A WRI,:"T duly verified on the
KHir
_. ", *~* *\ tlUlt fAtt
ed on thr ;tth da. .
"hereby It appears
bo os the
1 IT WALTER PECK, pre-
nnkaoi;n ,"' ', "'" ln'-n'
I'lvi ROBERT WALTER
ne, on the
kh
"'""" or as soon fiereaftei
heard, why in
Mid ari "- ,v"
I
' tO KSl.l
herert m the post
I

irely i Umri nnat
I
I pontons ;.i tl
" It-ant forty-two days
and
illv or
herein
gpplli .,r ..., f,,
.
Ma, N t
[' 1/4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
MOTICE IS HERKIIY RIVEN that
the undei alsned, ilei.ii inir to engage In
huslnesM under the flrtlflous name of
IfiSrd STREET SHOPPING CENTER
ISC. al Miami Reach. Florida, ami in-
tends to register said name with the
ci.-ik ..f the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
FtH)|i |.-.viK PROPERTIES. INC.
a llelaware corporation autli.u-
laeil to do business In tin- State
of Florida.
DATED at Miami Reach, Florida,
this 3rd day of March, 1H38.
3/7-14-21-28
NOTICE OF APPPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
File 52106
NOTICE IS HERKIIY GIVEN that
Nathaniel W. Siege), holder
slgn.e of City of Miami Tax Sale Cer-
tificates numbered .'.0311 and ."."Tl. date I
the 5th day of June. A D 1844, has
filed said certificate" In my Oi'flce, and
has made application for tax deed <
thereon In accordance with law.
Said certificate" embrace the following
described property, situated In Dade"
County. State of Florida, to-wit:
I...t is, Block .* Northern Boulevard
Tract. Plat Book t I In the
Chy of Miami, County of Dade,
St.ilc of Florida. .....il in
c, rtlflcnte No, tUtO. The assess-
no nl of said propel tj
said ied was In the
name of Unknown.
T,ot 11. Block 5, Noi rn Boul
Trai t. Plat Book I in tin-
City of Miami. County of Dade,
si ,i. of I'I eml iced In
Certificate Ni
mertl ol gald aroperty under the
said i-ertl'l..ii. aaa m the
ii.iu e of Unknoa n.
shall '"' re-
I h.......n on the 'nil das Ol
A.D i
I this Ith day of March. A.D.
K l: LEATHERM W.
:
B) K. M,. I.EEI'EI!
I 'i puly Clerk
3/7-11-21 -:. '. I
SfT>.,!r.?cIR5.U,T COURT OF THE
LU1 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
&*&&& COUNTV. FLORIDA iN
ANNKCKR^ N- MC"5
Plaintiff.
Vg,
EDWARD RAY,
I ett ndant.
NOTICE TO DEFEND
rO: EDWARD RAY
HEART OF ATLANTA MOTEL
ATI.ANTA. GEORGI V
T,V A,"-: HEP.EPY NOTIFIED that
a. Rill of Complaint for Divorce has
been filed against you, EDWARD
RAY, and you are hereby required to
serve a copy of your answer to the Hill
or Complaint on plaintiffs attorney,
and file the origin "answer in the
office of Che C.erk of th.- Circuit
on or before April 9th. IBr.R, h
of which the Hill of Complaint will l#
^iWer-xT;;:^T''.-r'M*' >-
i: l; LEATIIIORMAN
cieik of Circuit
(seal) By R. II RICE, jr..
HARolo B *ABT l-,',,,> ''''"'
Atti rney for Plaintiff
150 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
I 7-14-11 21
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN that
the underbidncd. deauring toeaajuaga In
b tinesa under the fictitious name ol
MARLIN INVESTMENT CO Inol In-
corporated) .it 133 North Short
Miami Peach Kla.. Intend to r.
raid name with the Clerk of the Clr-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
BERNARD It' INS
MART II RODLNS
TALIANOKF & WAUI.ER
Attorneys for Applicants
i w, a 7-H-21
IN THE COUNTY JUDCE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN PROBATE. No. 42964-B
In RK: Estate
L.ITCILE A. LICHTENSTETTER,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All i "reditois and All Persona Hav-
ing] claims or Dwugndi Agalnsl bald
foq are hereby notified and required
to prejgent any claims and dt
wlilch you may have again*! the es-
tate of LI' ILK A LICHTENSTET-
TEH di ate at Dade Count)
Florida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in ili.n of-
fice*) in the County Courthouae In
Dade County. Florida.' within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof, ti|- the same
will he ban ed
CAR! >l.VN LICHTENSTETTER.
LEO ACKEUMAN. Co-Executors
of the E-tiite of Lu.ile A. l.l h-
tenstettcr. 1 eaat I
MYERS, II ELM AN \ KAPLAN.
Attorneys, Eleven Fifty Bldg..
1150 BJ.W. 1st Street
Miami. Florida.
3'7-14-?l-?e
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 58C1932
HELEN WINELAND,
Plaintiff,
\ s
llol.l |s K WINELAND.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
P IIOLI.IS K WINELAND
412 Prookwood Drive
Baltimore 29. Maryland
Tou lioi.l.is K WINELAND are
hereby notified that a Hill of Com-
plaint for Divorce bas been filed
against you. and yon are twqatred to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Dili of Complaint on the
plaintiff's Attorneys, WE1NHTEIN,
WEIXSTEIN A- WEINSTKIN, II' i I.in
cplp Roast, Mtarns Beaoh. Florida ami
file the original Answer or Pleading
in the office of the Clerk of th. i n-
cuit Court on or' '..'ore the llth day
of April. 1958. If you fall to do so.
Judgment by default will be taken
ggalnsi you for the relief demanded in
the l:lll of Complaint.
This no-ice shall be published once
each week for four conaeculive week*
in THE .IKW1.-II FLORIDTA.4.
DONE Wl' ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, thl* Huh day of March. A.D.
IB8,
i: B LEATIIi:i;M \N. I
Circuit Court, Dad< Countv Florida
By it. H. pick. jr..
Deput) '
Weinsteln, Welneteln a. Wela*tetn
t:' Lin. -.In Rd .Mlai I Ha.
Attorney* for Plaintiff
3/14-21-28, 4,4
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
+Jeist> I h* Mian
s- -
solicits four legal notJctM.
W appretciat* your
patronaa and cruarant*>*
accurate) semric* at lexjaJ
Phone FR 4-4366
lor metnger settrlo*
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
bualnaag ender the fictitious name of
.1 & J Al "I'u BALES nl I'.S Highway
No. 1, Gould*, Florida intend I
i-'er said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Cout t of Pad. County, Florida.
Sole i iwners
JACK WALL
JAMES T DUNSON
JAMES DAVID LIBBMAN
At tome) for Apiiliants
2ii Si: l-f Avenue
' 7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Nf'TI'i: IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring i-

JACKSON I >R1 n 1701 N W 10th
a van ii all iml Intend* to
name with tBe Cl.-i k of the Clrcull
Court of Dade County PVrhia,
Sole 1 Hi ii, i
1IAI.I.IE, INC.
M tRSHAl L CHI
ne) foi Applicant
Id Bldg.
J-14
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the underahrned, desiring t.. engage i
business tinder V- flctltli
I'.M.i i >T a itiinhthi' I H'1 I
::in North Went l*th Bti
I name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court Of
County. I-ion
MlWtl KCHNiriRK ol'I'I.KT, Inc
j.Jg, i |
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Nl rTICE IS HERE11Y GIN l-.N th il
the iinil. i slgni d. dealrlng I
i, i*|ni -i- undei I
JEWELERS MBRHENGER SERVICE
al 7m; Dade-Commonwealth Building,
Miami. Florida intends to reci*t<
name with the Clerk of
Court of Dade County, Florid*
ALBERT sol.o
LEWISON A- FREED
ii. \ i f..r Applicant
II I IndUStl ial Hank Building
S/14-tl-**-, I l
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCFRY,
No. 58C1746
EMMA ROJIEHTA REED,
Plaintiff,
SYI \ ESTER REED.
Defendant
SU'T FOR DIVORCE
TO: SYLVESTER REED
Residence I'nknown
Ymi SYLVESTER REED are h.re-
l.v i. tiflerl that a Hill of Complaint
r.n I'.vorce has been filed against you.
and vou are required to serve a enpv
of \oor Answer or Pleading to the Hill
of c,on,'aim on the plaintiff's Attor-
neys, GOLDMAN O'M DRTE1N, HOI
West Plagler Sli-eet. Miami. Florida,
and file Ihe original Answer or I lead-
ing In the office of the Clerk of the
t-'reof Co----- on "r before the Tlh day
of April, ISM H >"" *" lo do so.
itidgm.iit b> default dl be }een
for the relief demended In
,,f i-.,i,|..|-.int.
DONE AND OBDERED H Miami.
Florida, this 4th day of March. a.i>.
t- R UM t IIKRVMN Cle-k
i i nit Court, Dadi
(seal) '''
,; || i\| a '' I 'STIMN
It I aw
. Mi.iin'. I
tiff
__________.
N"Tir t'NOBR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lhai
i na to .usage In
K A K '
,f ,i, i'i ill Con:! ..
'"omits. II .._..
iHN B BENETIN
A G 4 PS
nit
'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUD CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
ro re.er COUNTY rLOR'IA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 58C1MI
..iii.i..Aitl> N BEELER,
Plaintiff.
vs.
EUNICE BEELER.
I 'efendsnt.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
To: Eunice Heeler.
Residence In the State "f Florida
You ate hereby notffled thnt a hill
for divorce has been filed against yon,
and you are required to -. v. a copy
of yestr answer to the complain] on
plaintiff's nttornt \ W Kent Jameson,
1764 N.W. if.lh Street. Miami. Florida,
and tile Ihe original thereof with the
undersigned clerk of the court on or
beirare Man-la ll. IM8. otharwlag a
default Jndajtnent will be egtered
against you.
!>atnl at Miami. Florida, this Dth
dav of Februarv. 1838
E. B. LEATHEKMAN. clerk of
(Heal) the circuit c it
By L. A. CUURR Daput) Cl.uk.
2/2K. 1/7-I4-J1
IN THE CIBCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERV. No. 207187
HERMAN COHEN.
Ha In tiff.
BERNARD M FHOTKIN, .ml
BOARD OF TRADE a Florida
corporation,
Defendants. _____
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Tn ALL par' "g interest
by, through, under, or against th. de-
fendant* herein, and to all parties
having or clalmlnr to have ant
,,l Interest la the property here
;|" d, lo-wll .....
I,,,I |e \ nl I \ w 'l-E'-'ci- PARK
AMENDED, aa recoriled in Pl-il
, 7. Psae II". ol th- Public
a i.la
Yi -c RFRN ":' M SHi ITKIN and
i:. mm. i hV TRADE
illon, ail wle se > Iden
unknoe
'! ui'h th.
r in m Hen

i,ill ill i
'd
Dated March i"
(seal) of thi
l l
IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUD CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 58C15Z3
HAROLD W. oRR
11
BARAfl M ORR
To Sarah M, Orr, residence un-
known You an- ordered to ffli
anewi r to above styled suit for divorce
with < 'lark ii I I oiirt and I
copy to ;... (Food, attorne) for plain-
tiff. It W Plagler, M an I, Fig on <
t, IMS, ..i bill vs. aII be
taken g*
Dated Feb 2">,
i: B. LEATHERMAN, Cl.^-v nf
Couri
By JOAN BNEEDEN, Deput) Clerk
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the untleisisned. desiring to engage in
bualnesH under the fictitious nai
MORTGAGE FINANCE ASBUC1ATBS
OF MIAMI al 27 Lincoln Road. Boom
211 Intend to register said name v. 11h
the ci.rk Oeunty, Flnridn
. ownera
ALBERT W FEXTON
PHILIP G. BOSKS-
MI I.TON J. SAFF1R
2/11-t8. 8/7-14________________________
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, deali ng to engan- In
-~ under the flctltlou* n*
GPAR NTY MORTGAGE CO OF
MIAMI at III Lincoln Road. Room 211
Intend I r said name with the.
ci.rk of Hi.- Circuit Court of Dado
County. Florida.
Bi i. 11 ni
ALBERT W FBNTON
PHILIP U. ROSEN
MILTON J. SAFFIR
2 21 -28, J 7-14
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N< iTb '!: IS HER IV IIVE.N
ns* '
Datle i 'oiii.i v. Floi
Sol,, i iw ni r
IRWIN PLAVNICK
7-11 _
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU T OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 58C1702
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the unaherstgned, da* Ins to ens*
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Clerk of th, irt of I' UM
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IN T4-IE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 42788
IN Re: FSTATE OF
MI'RRAY SM1THKEN
'NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All c.elitoi. and All Person* Ha^
Ing Clamis or D.mands Against Said
Batate .
v..ii and es.-h of you are
notified and required to pi .-sent any
claims and demsnds which you, or
it'ier o' OU m,i > tvive Sralllst the
estate of MI'RRAY BlIiTHKEN de-
late of Bade Coiinty, Florida,
to the Honorable Countv Juds.- of
and fi'e the same in
lllele office- in tile c.mno Cnrthouse
in Hade CouiO. Klontla. within eight
calendar m ,mh from the date of the
riist pib'ication hereof Said claims
or demands 80 contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented a efo-eld, or name
will he barred. > s.i.n ;.U. 18 of
Die 1841 Probate i '
Dated IVhniiiiv 21. A D ll
EVA SMITHKEN. LEWIS SMITH-
KI'N WALTER C KOVN1
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Miami Reach. Florida
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These are the Men and Women Leading the
Combined Jewish Appeal...
GET BEHIND THEM NOW TO INSURE THE SUCCESS OF THIS
LIFE-SAVING CAMPAIGN!
AARON M. KANNER
President.
GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION
STANLEY C MYERS
Honorary President.
GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION
3ietro Division
AARON KRAVITZ
Chairman
WM. WEINTRAUB
Co-Chairman
Area*
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
Chairman
Cor at Gables
HERBERT GELERNTER
Chairman Overall
WM. D. SINGER
Chairman. Pace Setters
LOU GOLDMAN
Chairman, Initial Gifts
Xorth Miami Heaeh
JUDGE ARTHUR SNYDER
Chairman
MURRAY GREENE
Vice Chairman
North Miami
HENRY GILBERT
Chairman
West Miami
WRLARD BENDER
t_.noTryngn
REUJEN LEDERMAN
Co-Chairman
Kay Harbor
TOM KRAVITZ
Chairman
GEORGE SOGG
MRS. LARRY SILVERMAN
Vice Chairmen
Surfside
MAX KOLKER
LvbGlTIDQn
HOWARD BETZ
Vice Chairman
DR. MORRIS GOODMAN
General Chairman
Pare Setters
SAMUEL FRIEDLAND
Chairman
ABE KURMAN
Chairman. BUSINESS & PROFESSIONS
LEO EISENSTEIN
Vice Chairman, in Charge of
BUILDING & ALLIED TRADES
SAM J. HEIMAN
Chairman. "KEY DAY"
Hauler-Granada
JOSEPH MASTERS
On airman
Treasure island
CLEMEN EHRLICH
Venetian Hay
DAVID KORNBLUM
Chairman
Stillu-ater Drive
MAX GORDON
Chairman
Sky lain-
# CLAYTON WILDSTEIN
Chairman
initial Gifts
SHEPARD BROAD
Chairman
SAM BLANK
JACK CARNER
A. J. HARRIS
SAM C. LEVENSON
CARL WEINKLE
Vice Chairmen. Initial Gifts
ARNOLD SEEDER
Chairman. MIAMI BEACH RESIDENTS
PHILLIP SCHOENBERG
____________Co-Chairman
Wont en"s Division
MRS. SAMUEL SIMONHOFF
President
MRS. AARON FARR
Campaign Chairman
MRS. CARL SUSSKIND
Beach Campaign Chairman
MRS. BERNARD STEVENS
Chairman. TOWN CAMPAIGN
MRS. SAMUEL UPTON
MRS. CARL WEINKLE
Co-Chairmen. PREMIERE LUNCHEON
MRS. JEROME BLANK
MRS. SAMUEL SAKRAIS
CoChainnen. BEACH LUNCHEON UNLIMITED
MRS. GEORGE GRAHAM
Chairman. NEW HORIZON LUNCHEON
MRS. GERALD P. SOLTZ
Chairman. TOWN LUNCHEON UNLIMITED
Young Men
EMANUEL SMITH
C .nmrmcm
Young Adults Division
SANDEE FROGEL
______________Chairman
Hialeah
MRS. LEO GELVAN
MRS. JOSEPH NEWMAN
Co-Chairmen
Homestead
HERMAN MARKS
JOSEPH ROSE
Chairman. HOTELS
LARRY SILVERMAN
Chairman. MOTELS
DANIEL BROAD
OSCAR MAMBER
CoChairmen. APARTMENTS
A. B. WIENER
Chairman. ACCOUNTANTS
DR.GEORGE GRAHAM
Chairman. DENTISTS
SAM KANTOR
Chairman. NEEDLE TRADES
PAUL BARNETT
Chairman.
PRINTING & ADVERTISING
GUS FEUER
Chairman. LAWYERS (Town)
DAVE CATSMAN
Chairman. LAWYERS (Beach)
DR. SHERMAN KAPLAN
Chairman. PHYSICIANS (Overall)
DR. PERITZ SCHEINBERG
:hairman. PHYSICIANS. (Town)
Business &
SAM GOLDMAN
Chairman. DRUGS
HAROLD FRIEDLAND
JOSEPH COHEN
CoChairmen. FOOD
SAM A. GOLDSTEIN
Chairman. CLEANERS & LAUNDRY
MARVIN RAUZIN
Chairman. LIQUOR
LEWIS LOEB
MEYER DON
CoChairmen.
RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT
AARON FARR
Chairman. AMUSEMENTS
AL HIRSCH
Chairman. BARBER & BEAUTY
ED DOKSON
Chairman. PRODUCE
IRVING RUBIN
Chairman. RESTAURANTS
EDWARD LASSMAN
CoChairman
Professions
DAVE ENGEL
WILLIAM BLATT
BERT LANE
CoChairmen. VENDING MACHINES
WILLIAM LEHMAN
Chairman. AUTOMOTIVE
DR. CHARLES BECKWITH
Chairman.
OPTICIANS OPTOMETRISTS
SAM ALPERT
Chairman. FABRICATORS
ARTHUR SHANDLOFF
Chairman. BUILDERS
MAX MEISEL
Chairman. ELECTRICAL
HARRY DIAMOND
Chairman. INSURANCE (Town)
MURRAY SHELDON
Chairman. INSURANCE (Beach)
DR. MORRIS A. KLEIMAN
DR. HERBERT FEIKJERG
CoChairmen,
HEALTH SERVICE (Chiropodists)
JOEL MEYER
Chairman. ARCHITECTS
SAM STARK
Chairman. PAINTS & HARDWARE
JAY KISLAK
Chairman. BANKS & INVESTMENTS
SAM LUBIN
Chairman. FURNITURE
JACOB RABINOWITZ
Chairman. JEWELRY (Town)
DAVID BALOGH
Chairman. JEWELRY (Beach)
MARVIN MARKOWITZ
Chairman. PLUMBERS
HENRY E. WOLFF
Chairman. REAL ESTATE (Town
HAROLD J. SISAL
Chaisman. REAL ESTATE (Beach)
RABBI YAAKOV ROSENBERG
Chairman. COMMUNITY SERVICES
CJA "KEY DAY" SUNDAY, MARCH 30th VOLUNTEERS NEEDEDI CALL JE 8-4331


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Birth Daze There's a new little girl at
the home of Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Weinkle .
Named Karen Sue .
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Koretsky also wel-
comed a daughter Grandparents again are
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Koretsky.
Tan very luckv people are happily celebrating this week .
v Mr and Mrs Jacob Lemer, of 1119 SW 9th at., it's not their
,J. ^anniversary that one was a long time ago Nor is it
RixKh Sal one is already several years back The
JJers were married 94 years ago at Punm time in Bucharest,
BUmTVvVe been in the United States for 56 of those years ...
Miladelphia claimed 24 of them, where Mr. Lerner was in the
13M ear business ... Now they've been here in Miami for many
K where they can visit with their son. Abraham Lerner, and
Hi about their four grandchildren and five great-grandchildren
And perhap> think a little of the wonder of 64 years of marriage.
New honors for Miami's versatile Anna Brenner (Mrs. Benja-
.in. Movers Last week she was chosen as one of five outstand-
m: public officials by the National Assn. of Women Lawyers .
Scene was the association's mid-winter meeting.
It was a race date planned for Mar. 11 by Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert
Fein-he s the architect who's won so many awards for low-cost
tousinc recentlv-and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Pathman. who are going
h Mr. and Mrs. Jack Weiss of Miami and Live Oaks. Fla .
The Weiss" are the Fein's in-laws, by the way The Weiss cele-
brated their wedding anniversary Mar. 4.

Mr and Mrs Arthur Apple will open their beautiful new home
it 5536 Maggiore ave. to their friends Mar. 15 Occasion is a
reception in honor of their son. Lawrence Bryan, who -*dl be Bar
Mitzvah that day at Temple Judea Dorothy and Art built their
dream house on a lovely Coral Gables corner, and it I really some-
thing to see.
A sweet sixteen party in honor of Mariana Youngerman was
held Monday evening at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mil.
Alexander Yoiineerman, 3000 Prairie ave. ...
Sixteen couples said "Happy Sweet Sixteen" to Mananna .
Incidentally, mother Reyna is the noted portrait and landscape
artist, several of whose paintings are currently on show at Gulf-
stream Park.
The Herbert Linicks of Nautilus dr. and did you know they
have a vacht named "Sholom?" were hosts at a party last week
lor Mrs I.inick's father, Nathan Friedenberg Among the guests
at the Green Mansions hotel (Miami Springs) were the James Lin-
I icks, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Linick and Bill Masur of Miami Beach, who
' is food and beverage director of the hotel.
Mrs. Gail Silverman sends words from Wuerzburg, Germany.
that she has just finished her first month as an American Red Cross
Gray Lady there Gail, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Linn, of Pinetree dr.. graduated from the University of Miami in
1955 She went to Germany when she married Capt L*0""
M. Silverman He's stationed in Wuerzburg with the 10th Field
Hospital.
Mr and Mrs. Irving Frankel are the owners of the Fairfax hotel
... They've initiated a charming custom for their guests Those
who have birthdays and anniversaries during their stay here are
honored at a surprise party Recently surprised were Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Speert. of Baltimore, Mrs. Ben Cohen, of Winnipeg,
Canada. Mrs. Feldman, of Washington, DC. and Ben Goldman.
who hails from Atlantic City Gifts for each were on the buffet
table After a movie. Purim festivities began for the group .
Mr and Mrs. Samuel Keiser were honored by the Frankels on
their 52nd wedding anniversary Also present were the Reisers
son and grandchild, all the way from California.
Mr and Mrs. Isaac Albrt cel^rated Mr. Albert's 83rd birth-
day with their family and friends wflh a dinner at the Famous_ res-
taurant ... A specially made birthday cake was one of the high-
lights of the evening.
Mrs. Frances Benjamin and Albert Goldberg, who will be mar-
ried the last week of this month, will entertain their friends Mar lb
an engagement luncheon at the Algiers hotel After their
wedding, they plan to honeymoon in Mexico and Havana.
Brunch and cards was the program when Mrs. Robert Gold
frg. of 2345 Bawiew In., and Mrs. Miiford Greenberg. of 12921
Awalea rd.. Keystone Point, entertained Mar. 6 at the Algiers
hotel ...
Special guest* were Mrs. Sam Greenberg. of East Orange. N.J.,
a Eleanor Greenberg's sister, Mrs. Al Dalkin. of Chicago
Ml-s. Sam Greenberg, tbc mother-in-law of the hostess, was pre-
sented with a eold cake in honor of her birthday ...
Out-of towners were Mrs. Abe Schultz, of Evansvdle, Ind. Mrs.
*"* Hess, of Louisville, Ky., and Mrs. Jack Goldberg, of Chicago
Some 30 of the hostesses' friends from the Miami area were
also present.
Capt. Eugene P. Rosenthal has been chosen to attend the Asian-
Wetfk Dental Congress in Manila. Philippines, due Mar. 28 to
% He is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Albert Rosenthal. of this city.
"d is currently serving as a dental officer in the Air Force. U-
l,oned in Japan
It was a weekend in Havana for Mr. and Mrs. Dv*dMiil*r.
* LaGorce dr., and Mr. and Mrs. Wolfie Cohen. 4400 Royal
ralm ave.
"'hen the Millers returned home, they immediately Hew to
wiando with their friends and business associates, the Irving Wia-
Pfos, 63 SW 31st rd., and the Earl Pertnoys. 5000 Cherokee ave .
Occasion was the 25th wedding anniversary of Irv s brother,
"<*, an Orlando resident.
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Miami Florida, Friday, March 14, 1958
Section B
Revna Youngerman (left) shows Mrs. lames Donn. Jr., wife of
Gulfstream Park owner, dramatic study of Hindu woman.
Youngerman Show
Of Fine Paintings
At Gulfstream Park
Turf enthusiasts, adept at the art
of handicapping, will also survey
the art of Reyna Ullman Younger-
man which is on display in the Turf
Club to Mar. 15.
The one-woman show by the
widelv known artist, an innovation
at Gulfstream Park, is the first of
a series featuring the work of sev-
eral fine Drofessional artists re-
siding in Dade and Broward coun-
ties, who have received national
recognition.
Revna Youngerman portraits of
notables are in many public build-
ings throughtout the U.S., and sev-
eral were obtained on loan from
private collections for the current
exhibition. Included, also, are sev-
eral landscapes Mrs. Youn;'Tman
executed while residing abroad.
For the ethereally light "Street in
Rome." Mrs. Youngerman uses a
r-ile'te-knife technique with au-
thority.
Two dramatically vivid studies
of Hindu women highlight the
Gulfstream show and a still life,
"The Visitor," one of the most in-
teresting canvasses, it attracting
as much attention locally as it
did when selected for prize hon-
ors at the Connecticut Academy.
The lengthy list of honors ac-
corded Reyna Youngerman in-
cludes two Tiffany Foundation
Fellowships, Pan American Por-
trait Prize, American Profession-
al Artists Best Figure Award, and
Lowe Gallery Landscape Award.
Her work has been exhibited at
Youn stown. O.. and Boston Mu-
seum of Art. Yale Art Gallery.
Waldorf Galleries in Montreal and
Cuba's Palizzio des Artes.
A Miami Beach resident for the
past decade. Mrs. Youngerman re-
ceived honor diploma and Bache-
lor of Fine Arts degree at Yale
School of Art. where she was a
four time winner of the Beaux
Arts First Medal.
Left to right: Mrs. Samuel Zaager, Mrs. Harry Kaplan and Mrs.
Henry B. Wernick planning eighth annual Torah Fund tea
here.
Torah Fund Tea At Fontainebleau
Eighth annual Torah Fund Tea
of Dade and Broward County Sis
terhoods, sponsored by the South-
east Branch of the National Wom-
en's League of the United Syna-
gogue of America was to be held
at the Fontainebleau hotel Thurs-
day at 12:30 p.m.
The tea was to culminate the
activities of the affiliated sister-
hoods in raising money for Torah
Fund which helps support the pro-
grams of the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America.
Awards for Chai and Chay.i
Olam were to be presented. Biblical
figures, depicting historical event.-..
were to be arranged by the sister-
hoods for their respective tables.
Hostesses for the day were to be
the Mesdames S. Kaplan and B.
Green, of Temple Emanu-El; S.
Bebky and A. Schwartz, North
Shore Jewish Center; E. Goldberg
and H. Teitler, Temple Zion: M.
Choos and N. Ostrov, Monticello
Park; N. Becker and H. Roseman.
Hialeah Miami Springs Jewish
Center; R. Hankin and S. Braun.
Beth David; N. Berman and B.
Sootin. Southwest Jewish Center:
J. Sherman and B. Turgel, Temple
Beth Sholem; D. Shapiro and S.
Garson. Temple Sinai; J. Ostne
and S. Miller, Zamora Jewish Cen-
ter.
Mrs. Philip Kinberg will brina
greetings from National Women's
League.
Mrs. Nate Grumet is area co-
ordinator. Mrs. Louis Cohen is
Southeast Branch Torah rund
chairman. Mrs. Harry Kaplan is
area Torah Fund chairman, and
her cochairmen are Mesdames
Henry B. Wernick and Samuel
Zaager.
Madcap Musical
Slated at Flagler
The Flasler Granada Theater
Group will present for two week-
ends, Mar. 15 and 16 and Mar. 22
and 23, an original musical come-
dy by Mrs. Ray Berrin at the
Center. 50 NW 51st pi., at 8:30
p.m.
"Kiss Me Sadie" is a first rate
comedy about a town that caters
primarily to divorce-seekers and
gambling, and about two lawyers
in particular, who are not adverse
to pulling strings.
The show is hij"hlighted with
catchy show tunes, a singing and
dancing chorus, and is a merry
madcap mixture of hilarious
characters.
Ed Moore is the director. Mil-
dred Draizer is the musical di-
rector.
Mexican Theme Emphasized
Coral Gables chapter of Wom-
en's American ORT will hold a
member-bring-a-member cocktail
party Saturday. 9 p.m., at Beth
David Synagogue. Mexican theme
will be stressed. Skits by Southeast
Florida regior. members were of-
fered Wednesday at the home of
Mrs. Ben Moskin, 280 Shore dr.,
E. Bay Heights.


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Friday, March 14, 1858
Brandeis Women's Committee Schedules
Spiritual Leader, Musical Comedy Star
More than 200 women are ex-
pected to attend the annual life
membership tea of the Greater Mi-
ami chapter. National Women's
Committee of Brandeis University,
MRS. SOLOMON MARGOUS
'Dating1 is Theme
For Sisterhood
A socio-drama on youth dating
will be the feature of a Beth David
Sisterhood meeting Wednesday
noon at Beth David Auditorium.
Participant* will include Mr
Louis Schwartzman, Mrs. David
Fames. Mrs. Milton Wasman, Mrs.
Meyer Forer. Miss Marsha Baum
and Harold Bcrriey and David Han-
shew.
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg. Beth
David spiritual leader, will lead the
ISSkra. Aim scheduled is a re-
port by reluming delegates from
the recent United Synagoi lie Youth
conclave in Charleston, S.C.
Mozart to be Her Topic
Mine. Hilda Steuermnn, Yion-
concert pianist, will discuss
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart at 7:30
p.m., Wednesday, for the music
workshop class which meets in the
Miami Public Library Auditorium.
1 Biscayne blvd.
its a good
year for...
Thursday, Mar. 20, 1:30 p.m., at the
home of Mrs. Seymour Heller, 2324
N. Bay rd.
Mrs. Solomon Margolis is chair-
man of the tea, which is open to
all present life members, as well
as to those who plan to join the
group of close to 200 who are part
of the 800 chapter membership.
Tea committee consists of Mrs.
Albert Jacobs, membership vice
president. Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg.
member of the national board, and
Mrs. George Levenson, Mrs. Sam-
uel Oberstein, and Mrs. Harry Or-
leans. Mrs. Sidney M. Schwartz is
president of the local chapter.
Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu-EI,
will speak on the eon'ribotion to
the world of Brandeis University,
the first non-sectarian institu-
tion of higher learning in tha
Western hemisphere to be found-
ed by the American Jewish com-
munity.
Also featured on the program
will be Marion Colby, formerly of
the Broadway hit. "P a j a m a
Game" cast, who has starred in
coast to-coast TV shows with Bob
Hope, Milton Berle, Jimmy Du-
rante and Jack Carson. Recently,
Miss Colby, who is the wife of
Miami Beach Councilman Bernard
Frank, was an honored guest star
at the Palladium in London.
The National Women's Commit-
tee, a non-fund raising organization,
assumes the responsiblity for the
complete support of the Brandeis
library through annual and life
membershps and through contribu-
tions to various Book Funds.
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jjojjeer Women to Mark Thar Year;
Annual Luncheon to Hear Mrs. Left
as official hostess in welcoming
guests. Mrs. -Mihon Green, vice
prcMlent. will be the toast master.
Luncheon chairman is Mrs. Hen-
I ry Seitlin. Mrs. Marian Meyer will
! deliver, the unman on. MoeUet
llapoaloth chairmen, the Mes-
a-ater Miami Council of
i "* -is seven con-
JEpm *H ebrate to-
EZr 18th "Chtf1 (Mi?) yM
Klnu.'.l work for Israe when
P ihan 550 n.emUTs will bear
CuE v I efl national first vice ...
"ij nt .if Pioneer Women, relate | dames Jacob Cosow. Oscar Zeltzer,
- the Xmerican Pioneer Harry Queen. Joseph Krantz, Na-
l*r0'einthr fu'ure of Israel "On | than Bookspan, Fred Blacker.
""it Tomorrow." Sonia Plotkin. and Morris Seeman.
1 Roa I are on the committee of arrange-
urs I.iif will be guest speakerjments.
ithe Greater Miami Council or| Proceeds will go to the Moetzet
k^per Women
mual donor
i in the Alhambra room of the worR: 0f 500 institutions where 35.-
000 children and youth are cared
for.
r Miami Council oTj proceeds will go to the Moetzet
icn's Organization's jra^eaUaL. Working Utomen' Court-
luncheon Sunday ;,. Israel, which maintains a net-
ferille hotel.
Rikbi Yaakov Rosenberg, of
I Beth David Conqroaation, will
Lplain th. significance of I*-
Irtti's 10ih year of independence.
Solwa Ahrams. mezzo-soprano.
Kt l with the Beth El Con-
egation in Hollywood and an
Cctive participant in the Miami
Cpera Guild Workshop, wdl high-
light the rntcrtamment with vocal
Lections of popular folksongs.
She will be assisted at the piano
Iby Anyuta Melicow.
Mrs. Fred Sandier, president of
he Greater Miami Council, will atrt
SOLWA ABRAMS
New York State Senate Honors Mrs.
Women Leaders
Take Top Posts
NEW YORK Mrs. Jack A.
Goodman, of Indianapolis, na-
tionally prominent philanthropic
figure and civic leader, has been
chosen again to head the Women's
Division of the United Jewish Ap-
peal.
Also appointed was Mrs. S.
Alexander Brailove, of Eliiaboth,
N.J., lona one of tho UJA's out-
standing w o m n loaders, as
chairman of tho National Wo-
men's Division Rescue Fond.
She will enlist women's support
to the $100 million Rescue Fund
being conducted in addition ,to ,the
j regular 1958 UJA campaign to pro-
vide funds for the transportation
1 and resettlement of an estimated
80.000 Jewish refugees from East-
ern Europe, North Africa and other
areas of tension and uncertainty.
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AttS. ltNHIt GUOSSiNGER
philanthropist Mrs. Jennie Gross-
inger was honored this week in the
New York State Senate by mem-
bers of the majority and minority
parties.
Mrs. Grossinger, who came to
Albany from Miami Beach at the
invitation of Senate president pro-
tein and majority leader Walter J.
Mahoncy of Buffalo, was officially
introduced in the senate chamber
during a legislative session.
Sen. Mahoney characteriiod
Mrs. Greeeinger as a woman
with "groat personality, wit,
charm and integrity." Mo said
Aw was mot* out-
standing persons ever to be in-
troduced in the Senate.
Sen. Ogden Bush of the 34th Sen-
atorial District, in which Grossing-
er Country Club is located, de-
clared:
"This great lady came to Sulli-
van County 44 years ago as a
young woman. She still has the
spirit of that young girl. She start-
ed a small boarding houae, which
has grown into an internationally
known institution, a credit to the
State of New York. Jennie Gross-
inger has used the opportunities
benefits of her success, proudly
giving of herself to charity, pub-
lic service, and helpfulness to
others. She sets a noble example
to her fellow man."
Minority loader Joseph Zaret-
ski, of Now York City, told his
follow senators that Mrs. Gross
ingor had created good will for
New York throughout tho coun-
try and that he considered her
to bo "one of the state's assets."
Lt. Gov. George B. DeLuca said
he agreed with the sentiments ex-
pressed about Mrs. Grossinger and
that he was happy to see that her
accomplishments and good* deeds
"were receiving the recognition
they deserved.''
She Helps Plan Program
Mrs. Milton Sirkin. Miami Beach
civic leader, is amng the 85 mem
beis of the program committee
who have planned the program for
the 1958 national convention of the
National Jewish Welfare Board to
be held at the Shoreha.n hotel in
Washington, D.C, Apr. 16 to.20.
Chairman of the committee Is M.
Irving J. Sands, Brooklyn, N.Y..
only woman member of the New
York City Board of Education. Her
oM'Kiirman is Julian Lazarus,
New York.
Chat Due at luncheon
Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-El
will hold its annual spring tea and
election of new officers and mem-
bers of the board of directors Wed-
nesday. 1 p.m., at the Seville hotel,
according to Mrs. Sherman R. Kap-
lan president. A hiehlijiht of the
affair will be the presentation of
"This is Our Life." an intimate
chat with Dr. and Mrs. Irving Lchr-
man. Propram chairman for the
event is Mrs. William D. Ruben-
stein.
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Goodman Maizohs Had Humble Start
Which 'Electric Eye' Will Never Displace
It was the year 1775: it was in
the town of Fiiehne. then part of
Germany, now part of Poland. In
that year Channah Gutkind started
to bake maizohs for Passover. Her
enterprise did not attract as much
attention as the dramatic events
th;ii were occurring 3.000 miles
away in lh<- New World, but in
Fiiehne and neighboring towns
Channah. the malzoh baker, achiev-
ed her fair share of notice. Jewiah
families liked her matzohs and
trusted her religious zeal. Her en-
terprise prospered.
Eighty-six years later. Ciannah's
eldest son. Augustus, landed in
America, a refugee from the ty-
ranny and anti-Semitism of his na-
ti\i land. The year was now 1861
alo an important date in Amer-
ican history. The Civil War was
undtr way.
Luckily Augustus hid brought
the family baking skill across the
ocean with him. Bakers were in
e'emand to help feed the Northern
Army. Young Augustus was
rushed to Washington where he
became a baker in government
service.
When the war was over in 1865.
Augustus, who had now American
lzed his name from "Gutkind" to
"Goodman." moved to Philadel-
phia and took up where his mother
had left off. He. too. became a
matzoh baker: he. too. soon gained
fame in all Jewish communities for
his skill and religious reliability.
In 1883. as masses of European
Jews crowded into New York to es-
cape the Czar's pogroms. Augustus
Goodman moved his matzoh bak-
ery to the big citynow the center
of American Jewish life.
Today the bakery he founded oc-
cupies all of a large modern build
ing in Long Island City. Its pro-
ducts come oft an assembly line,
mechanized to the last operation.
The electronic eye has replaced the
skilled eye of Channah and Augus-
tus. But though the quantity of
matzohs shipped from this up-to-
date plant exceed anything ever
dreamed of in Fiiehne. the picture
of Channah. the matzoh baker, still
hangs proudly in the executive
suite. As the Goodman people say,
"we don't want to forget our hum-
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Passover Haggadah is Offered Free
A. Goodman & Sons, the matzoh bakers, are offering an attractive,
colorfully illustrated Passover Haggadah free.
Only- a limited quantity are on hand. They will be distributed on
a "first come, first serve" basis.
Bcsioes the illustrations, the outstanding feature of this Haggadah
is iU clean, readable English and Hebrew type and the excellent qual-
ity of the paper on which it is printed.
No more than two to a family will be given on request. Write to
A. Goodman & Sons, 2107 41st ave.. Long Island City 1, N.Y.
Requests must be received by Mar. 25 at the latest. ^^^^^
Volunteer workers responsible for successful
Jewish National Fund Tag Day are bottom row
deft to right) Mesdames Tannie Wollowitz,
Rubin Zcreklcy. Jack Davis, chairman, Mur-
iay Schwar'zman and Danisl Broad. Second
iow ere Mesdcmes Rpbert Garbr, Wolf
Shklair, Elias Rosch, Nathan Bookspan, Edith
Brenner and Louis Laster. Back row are Mes-
dames B. Manson, Ida Wessel, Loui3 Lustig,
Joshua Stadlan, Miriam Press and Joseph Alex-
onder. Looking on (rear) is Jewish National
Fund Council president Daniel Broad.
W*t.
Wt unhealthy to be ovorwwgbtll
BROWN KASHA
Dance to Aid Village For Israel Children
Two weeks ago, Miami audiences
Latched two performances of In-
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whose members originate from
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-,.i... i.cvi-i.inai. Hadassah Bedoch
and Yeshayahu Zafri, grew up in
the children's village of Meir
Shfeyah.
This village is located just south
of Haifa, Israel, and is maintained
h-v Junior Hadassah of the United
States.
This year, Junior Hadassah
fas undertaken to build at Meier
Shfeyah combination syna-
gogue and social hall for th* chil-
dren. In order to rait* funds for
the project, the Miami group of
Junior Hadassah will hold a
square dance in the Continental
room of th* Alcazar hotel, Sun-
day evening.
Dancing will begin at 9 p.m.,
with Bob and Phoebe Adams as
callers. There will also be rejilar
ballroom dancing.
Miss Sara Bender, president, is
assisted by Misses Janet Naff,
Helen Kessler, Joan Anessohn and
Sandee FrogeL
Chemize, Trapeze
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Spring fashion show presented
by Richards' Department Store
will highlight the North Dade Jew-
ish Center Sisterhood annual donor
luncheon at the Algiers hotel Wed-
nesday noon, Mrs. Fred Blank,
Sisterhood president, announced.
The latest styles, including the
trapeze" look, the modified che-
mise and the "tent" look, will be
featured in the collection of spring
apparel.
Mrs. Henry Gilbert, donor chair-
man, said that guest tickets are
still available for members and
their friends.
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Israeli group of Hadassah met
for a card party at the Algiers ho-
tel Monday noon.
Women's Chapter
In Busy Calendar
B'nai B'rilh Women of Miami
will hold ils annual donor luncheon
in the Sky room of the DuPont-
Tarleton hotel Tuesday at 12 noon.
Included in the program is a
fashion show by Mary Schuh, mu-
sic by Helen Rivoire, and special
entertainment by a surprise celeb-
rity.
f Reservations are being taken by
Mrs. Abe Aronovitz, chairman, and
Mrs. Murray Lazarus and Mrs. Na-
than. Spiegelman, co-chairmen.
The chapter will hoW a regu-
lar meeting Tuesday, p.m., at
Beth David Auditorium. Theme
will be "Better Living for Wo-
men."
Guest speaker will be Ivyl Ca-
hail, of the Dale Carnegie Course
Institute. His topic will be "What
Good Human Relations Can Mean
to You.'
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J*]~day. March U, 1J
/?eM flaiw/ to //o/jor
Gadon at Fri. Services
During late services Friday,
Louis Gadon. senior member oi the
Beth David faculty, wiil "receive
the honor and recognition he so
richly deserves."' Rabbi Yaakov
Rosenberg, spiritual leader, declar-
er vrSoneauaj
Herbert E. Scher. president. fife
enure teaching and administrative
staff, officer* and board members,
as well as former students and the
congregation, will pay tribute to
Gadon.
Gadon was ben in Lithuania
in 1913 and obtained his hig.ir
education at the Theological
Seminary at Ponovex, where he
studied under the guidance of
famous Rabbi Kahneman.
After coming to America in 1929.
he continued his studies in the He-
brew Theological College of Chi-
cago and the Hebrew Teachers Col-
lege of New York, of which he is
an alumnus. He taught at the Inter-
vale ave. Talmud Torah in the
Bronx. N.Y.. and the B'nai Brith
Jacob Talmud Torah of Savannah,
Ga.
In 1937. he began his career at
Beth David and has been with the
congregation since then. Gadon is
president of the Hebrew Teachers
Assn. of Greater Miami, and a
&bsp
I member of the board of the local
j chapter of the ZOA. He represents
' the Hebrew teachers on the licens-1
ling committee of the Bureau of!
Jewish Education. He is a mem-
ber of Histraduth Halvrith and
of Sholem Lodge. B"nai Brith.
* ~C-*d6n served In the"""*Armed
Forces from 1943 to 194* and
was in active service with the j
14th Armored Division in France, ;
Belgium end Germany.
In the summer of 1949. he visited
Israel with the Judah Lapsjn He-
j brew teachers group o.i a study
ton*.
After 20 years of devoted ser-
vice to our Beth David. We take
pride in paying tribute to this "hum-
ble lion' in our community." Rabbi
Rosenberg declared. "Gentle
scholar. Gadon's warmth and sin-
cerity are reflected in the love and
respect accorded him by his cur-
Irent and former students, many of
| whom are parents today who, in
turn, are having their children
[taught and prepared for Bar and
Bas Mitzvah by one of the finest
and most beloved of Hebrew teach-
ers in the South."
Mr. and Mrs. Gadon will be hon-
ored during the Oneg Shabbat and
will be presented with a gift.
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Seated are Mr. and Mrs. Ehiel Lesowoder, who
made 510,000 contribution to Israel Histadrut
campaign in New York City on eve of their
departure for an extended stay in Jewish State.
Seated with them are (left) Dr. Dov Biegun,
Lesowoder Gift Due For Israel Museum
Histadrut national secretary; and Isaac Ham.
lin, ol American Histadrut Center in Tel AviT.I
Standing are other national officers of Hisloj
drut.
A gilt of $10,000 presented to the
Israel Histadrut campaign on the
eve of his departure for Israel by
i Ehiel Lesowoder, president of the
Greater Miami Histadrut Commit-
tee, will enure the erection of the
"Ohel Sarah Museum" in the val-
lev of Jezreel.
Lesowoder made the special con-
tribution in response to an urgent
request from the settlers in the
Emek, who wish to perpetuate the
name of one of their outstanding
heroines. Sarah Lishansky, first
Kupat Holim nurse in the area.
Ruskin Opens low Offices
Lloyd Ruskin, formerly associa-
ted with the law firm of Meyer.
Weiss, Rosen and Rose, announces
the opening of his office for the
general practice of law in the One
Lincoln Road bldg., Miami Beach.
Sarah Lishansky was the sister of
Mrs. Rachel Ben-Zvi, wife of Is-
rael's president.
"Ohel Sarah" will be both a
museum end a cultural center
for the farming communities of
the Emek and for tourists from
abroad. The museum will roll the
story of the pioneers and their
fight for health in the malarial
swamps that dominated the val-
ley several decades age. Today,
the Emek is one of the most fer-
tile regions in Israel.
I The many archeolo jcal finds ]
the historic valley will be display
ed in th mueum. Some relics i
j 'he past are already ac a-nulateej
at Tel Adashim, where 'Ohel!
ah" will be built.
A special section will deal withl
the revival of the Emek by PionwJ
, Histadrut workers. The story of I
land reclamation, colonization, mJ
cial life, and the growth of pope-|
lation will be shown.
Presentation was made by Mr.1
and Mrs. Lesowoder at special Hl
tadrut ceremonies in New York oil
the eve of their departure for 4]
extended stay in Israel.
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Irwin Shaw's best selling novel, "The Young Lions," comes to
screen in a motion picture destined to become a classic. De-
scribed as most powerful story of century, "The Young Lions"
promises to surpass "All Quiet on the Western Front" in re-
cording story of World War II. Shown above in a scene horn
film are Barbara Lange. who plays wife of Noah Ackerman,
portrayed by Montgomery Clift. Also starred in CinemaScope
picture are Marlon Brando, Dean Martin, Barbara Rush and
May Britt. Film starts Tuesday, Mar. 18, at Wometco's Carib,
Miami and Miracle Theatres.
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CATERING IS AN ART
SAM EKRENZWEIG, well-known restauranteur and
owner of SHERRY LINCOLN (Meridian Ave.) announces
the expansion of his operations to include
CATERING
Formerly connected with the world-famous Louis Sherry of
New York. Sam was the first to introduce the world's finest
Louis Sherry Ice Cream in this area.
He entered the restaurant business and continued hi success
because of his know-how and conscientious belief in serving
only top quality foods.
The SHERRY LINCOLN established an excellent reputation for
the fine food and pastries served in their restaurant.
Before entering the CATERING field, Sam gathered and train-
ed a staff with years of experience, and is now ready to CATER
your party ... be it small or large.
Give your maid the day off as our trained staff takes over.
Just call SHERRY LINCOLN CATERERS, JE 2-2*74, and our
representative will be glad to discuss your party, whether it
is for 15 persons or 1500 at your home or hotel.
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^March 14. 1958 _
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Traditional Friday "Isht Wnntn
Sunday Night Shore Dlnaars
- featuring Btona Crabi and Main* Lobitar
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Off with Couple
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mintzes, of
815 4th St., Miami Beach, are leav-
ing this weekend for a three-month
tour of Israel.
Mrs. Mintzes (Lena) has been
active in and an officer of numer-
ous civic and philanthropic organ-
izations here.
Currently vice chairman of Hie
South Shore Citizens Club, she
was its founder and a four-times
prosident.
The couple will be carrying with
them an official document signed
by the Dade County Board of Com-
missioners, introducing them as
vn issaries" to leaders of the
Jewish State.
Commissioner Charles ("Chuck")
Hall is Dade's signatory of the doc-
ument. He was among numerous
local leaders attending a farewell
function in the couple's honor last
/wen by the South Shore Cit-
izens Club.
Ri^darium Gets
Fund Assistance
Mrs. Pauline Chill will be guest
of honor at the annual luncheon of
the Daughters of Israel to be held
Monday at the Royal Hungarian
Restaurant.
According to Mrs. Joseph Shapi-
ro, luncheon chairman, all new
officers will be installed for the
coming year.
They are Mrs. Aeron S. Lauer,
president; Mesdames S. Weiss, J.
Shapiro, J. Sufcenick, vice presi-
dents; Mrs. Louis Rottmert, re-
cording secretary; Mrs. Don
Kass, Mrs. M. Murray, corre-
sponding secretaries; Mrs. Jer-
ry Schechter, financial secre-
tary; Mrs. Pauline Grwndwero.
treasurer.
Mrs. Laucr will laud Mrs. Chill
for her "outstanding work in be
half of the organization." Mrs.
Chill was one of the founders of
the Daughters of Israel.
Proceeds from the affair help
to maintain the ritualanum which
Miss Lucille Blackton, oper-
atic and concert primadonna
and star of New York City
Center Opera, will perform at
Delano hotel's Passover ser-
vices with a choir of eiqht
voices. Choir will be con-
ducted by Eli Samuels. Ser-
vices will be under direction
of Cantor William Royal.
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MISS BAttAiA UfCOfteT
Barbara Lefcourt's
Fiance in Pre-Law
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt. of 36 Bay Heights
dr.. Miami, announce the engagement of th?ir daugh-
ter. Barbara Kate, to Barry Haiman. son of Mr. ana
Mrs. George Haiman. of Mobile. Ala.
Miss Lefcourt graduated from Miami Senior |
School and attend* Vanderbilt Cmver>ity
ten she is a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority
and assistant program director of the campus radio
station.
Mr. Haiman graduated from University Military
School in Mjbile. and will receive his Bachelor of
Art.- degree from Vanderbilt I'niversr.y m June. He
plans to enter law school in the fall.
Mr. Haiman is business manager for the school
newspaper and radio station. He is a member of the >
debate squad and Zeta Beta Tau social fraternity.
Mr and Mrs Lefcourt are planning a family
engagement dinner party at their home Apr 3. when i
Barbara and Barry will be in Miami for their spring |
.aca'ion
The wedding will take place Aug. 24.
Miss Lessmann's Betrothal Told
Miss Carol Ann Lessmann and
Joel Margol are engaged.
Miss Lessmann is the daughter
of Mr and Mrs. Jack J Lessmann,
of West Englewood. X J and the
granddaughter of Mr. and .Mr-
Max Lessmann. 8753 Byron ave.
Miami Beach.
A graduate of Dwigbt School in
Englewood. she attends swags'
Briar College.
Her fi3nce attended tha Univer-
sity of Miami. He is the son of
the University of Miami. Mr. Kauf-
man graduated from New York
University and is now a student of
law at the University of Miami.

Levin* Writeoff
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Levine.
(5711 Santona St.. Coral Gables, for-
merly of Saltville. Va announce
the engagement of their daughter.
Vivian Elaine, to Dr. Fred Joel
Witkoff. son of Mrs Jesse Witkoff.
Rendale hotel. Miami Beach, for-
lli.inii Jjirthi
Mr. and Mrs
Miami Beach.
Harry Margol, of merly of Brooklyn. NY.
Elias- Kaufman
A Jcne wedding is scheduled for
d Edward
Ala.n Kaufman.
The bride-elect i the daughter
of Mr. aid Mi J Elia-.
10910 Griffing b'.\d.. Biscayne
Mr Kaatsai
teas,
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Dickman Greenbaum
Mac Dickman. 951 Bay dr..
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Recent births at Mt. Sinai Hos-
pital include the following:
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Astrin Mar. 1.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Murray
Kaufman Mar. 1.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Eman-
uel Sado Feb. 28.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Phillip
Lazarus Feb. 27.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry-
Simon Feb. 27.
Daughter born to
Sherwin Stauber Feb. 26.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
At a recent luncheon in her honor at Algiers hotel. Suzanne
Katz. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Katz. 7125 Rue Grand*
Ville. Miami Eeach. receives numerous gifts prior to hex de-
parture lor Israel, where she will marry Ronald Hymen, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Hyman. of Miami. The couple plant
to slay in Israel.
Miss Topolansky
Eyes June Rites
ami Beach, announces the engage-1 Murray Koretzky Feb. 26.
ment of his daughter. Marilyn Lil
han. to Jerome Albert Greenbaum.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Green-
baum. 4448 Post ave. Miami
Beach, and Boston, Mass.
Both Miss Dickman and her fi-
ance graduated from Miami Beach
>chool and attended the Uni-
Miami.
A sur.-.mer wedding is planned.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Ponder Feb. 23.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Donald
Perry Feb. 23.
Son born to Mr and Mrs. Irwin
Opperman Feb. 20.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Sheldon Nadelman Feb. 18.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
1 Leonard Osberoff Feb. 17.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Moses Laebman Feb. 17.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
Saval Feb 1C.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.,
Joseph Wemstock Feb. 16.
Son bom to Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Meidecberg Feb. 15.
Son born to Dr. and Mrs. Saul
r>. 13.
Son horn to Mr. and Mrs. Martin
k reb. 12.
r born to Mr. and Mrs.
Irwin AahaH Feb. 11.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.!
Mr and Mrs Jack August, of 751
W 51-t -t Miami Beach, announce
the engagement cf Mrs. August's
Mr. and Mrs.! daughter. Dahlia Topolansky. to
j Scott M. Lipner. R. Lipner. of 7821 Carlyle ave.. Mi-
ami Beach.
The couple plan a June wedding.
Rapolaaafcy is a native of
Israel and attended school there.
She is a nurse at Mt. Sinai Hos-
pital.
Mr Lirmer is a graduate of the
University of Miami and a prac-
.icou.ntant Mr. Lipner is
..-. i..h ..:iair- and is treas-
urer of Miami Beach Apartment
Assn.
and
Max Herman Feb. 10.
:zhter born to Mr.
Sol Kamelhar Feb 8
Daughter born to Mr.
Arthur Sachs Feb. 8.
Dai. ru to Mr. and
Mar 7.
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and '
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Leo J. Rosen, former;- '"*
Mrs 'of Rosen Goeld AaverOsjoi lot,
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Feb. 1.
Yeshiva Sponsors Contest for Youih
Mrs. Marvin Sonosky. of Alexandria. Va., (left). Mrs, Yaacov
HsMOML wife of Israel's minister to United States (center),
end Mrs. Samuel Fox. of Chicago, chat at a tea tendered at
Israeli embassy recently for delegates to Institute on Public
Affairs of National CouncJ of Jewish Women held in Wash-
incton. D.C.
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where I eciorcd ths* wonderful sunshine and rwithinrj and
it's only ten minutes from Tel Aviv. The servir and ac-
commodations is boh HOTELS are TOPS! AD Tours leave
directly from the Hotels so it is very convenient for us.
The DAN. where we are now enjoying the City Life
of Tel Aviv, is a grand place for meiting your American
friends.
Second annual nation-wide essay
contest for synagogue youth on
themes of religious and social sig-
nificance has been announced by
the Youth Bureau of Yeshiva L ni
ver.-ity.
The congest, open to boys and
girls between the ages of 13 and
18. will offer seven awards, in
eluding two partnl .$100) scholar-
.ships toward Summer Institute
I trips to Israel for first-prize eta
nr-
Three second awards will be
complementary reservations for
the university % annual eight-day
ten-ege Torah leadership semi-
nar this summer. Third prize will
! be a 13-votume tat of the Son-
cino Bible, and fourth prite will
be a six-volume st of the Mish-
na.
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on the loi.ow.n. (bsssss:
essays
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ft to riqht are Herman Wouk, author of "Marjorie Morning-
b," star Natalie Wood, and Milton Sperling, producer. Film
Bits world premiere here Mar. 19.
leshiva U. Chapter Will Honor Wouk;
Marjorie Morningstar' Premiere Due
ililrer Prize-winning author
man Wouk. who doubles in
as a visiting professor of
Lglish at Yeshiva University.
] be honored at luncheon spon-
M by the university's South
Jorida chapter Tuesday at the
tntainebleau hotel, it was an-
mnced by Leo Robinson, chap-
president.
luncheon will commemor-
> the world premier of the film
Irsion of Wouk's best-selling
V-el, "Marjorie Morningstar,"
Inch debuts Wednesday, Mar.
I at the Beach Theater.
I Participating in the tribute to
kfoak will be Gene Kelly and
litalie Wood, start of the film,
Milton Sptrling, producer.
PVouk, a native of New York
ly. was educated at Townsend
krris High School and Columbia
Bivenity, where he majored in
Imperative literature and phi-

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tivities, which included editing
the college humor magazine and
writing variety shows, led him at
first to somewhat less scholarly
pursuits.
Following his graduation, he
became a "gagman," grinding out
material for radio comedians.
I "My first literary task," the nov-
elist recalls, "was copying old
jokes out of tattered comic mag-
azines onto card files.
He advanced rapidly to script-
writing, however, and for five
years was a leading writer for the
late Fred Allen.
His first novel "Aurora Dawn."
a tale of the tumultous world of
radio advertising, appeared in
1946, and was a Bookof-the-Month
Club selection. This was followed
by "Citv Boy" in 1948. and by
"The Caine Mutiny." which won
for him the 1952 Pulitzer Prize
for "the most distinguished novel
of the year." The book was hailed
by reviewers as one of the best
novels of the second World War.
Lily Pons Due
In Beach Recital
Internationally renowned colora-
tura soprano Lily Pons will appear
here in a concert undir the aus-
pices of the Community Concert
Assn. Saturday evening. Mar. 22, at
the Miami Beach Auditorium.
Miss Pons will be accompanied
by Wells Hively at the Piano.
Her program will include
works from a wide veriety of
composers spanning (he 18th
through 20th centuries.
Arias from "The Abduction from
the Seraglio," by Mozart, will start
tne evening ofl. Also to be heard
are works by Handel, Rimsky-
Korsakoff. Liszt, Ravel, Debussy,
Verdi and contemporary Francis
Poulenc.
There is something wonderful
about the arrival of l.ily Pons any
place at any time. The diminutive
prima donna, who has had a town
in Maryland, a piant locomotive on
the Boston and Maine Railroad, and
a fine dessert in New York, named
for her, is one of the world's best
known and best loved personalities,
and it would be impossible to keep
her movements a secreteven if
they were ordained to be so.
MAtTIN SAFT
Oirt-of-Towners
To Fete Soft
Martin Allen Saft will become
Bar Mitzvah during Saturdav
morning services, Mar. 15, of Beth
El Congregation.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
George Saft, 1663 SW 20th st., Mi-
ami, and a student at the Hebrew
Academy of Miami Beach.
I Out-of-town guests will include
Mrs. S. Saft, Mr. and Mrs. H.
Eaele. and Mrs. E. Liebman, all
I of Brooklyn, N. Y.
Kenneth, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Lawrence Levine, 7805 Cres-
pi blvd., will become Bar
Mitzvah Saturday morning,
Mar. 15, at North Shore Jew-
ish Center. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz will officiate.
Kenneth is a student in re-
ligious school of Center and
attends Nautilus Junior High.
Farley Granger Stars in 'Picnic' With
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ure of success as a playwright. In
1949 his melodrama. "The Trai-
tor," was produced on Broadway.
Motion picture and television;
star Farley Granger will make his j
first appearance at the Coconut.
Grove Playhouse starting Monday I
in -Picnic." the Pulitzer Prize and
Drama Critics Circle Award play
by William Inge. In support of
Granger, as Madge Owens, "the
prettiest girl in town," will be
beautiful Sandra Church, who play-
ed the role in the Broadway pro-
duction.
Granger, who made his auspici
ous film debut in "North Star,"
also starred in such notable screen
dramas as "Purple Heart," Hitch-
cock's "Rope." "Enchantment,
"Rosanna McCoy." "Side Street,"
"Strangers on a Train," "They
Ride by Night" and "The Girl in
the Red Velvet Swing." In a light-
er vein, he appeared with Danny
Kaye in "Hans Christian Ander-
son."
Supporting Granger and Miss
Church will be a Broadway cast
including Peggy Feury, Johanna
Douglas, Erik Winckler, Lucille
Benson Arthur Anderson, Daryl
Grimes and Sara Floyd. Direction
will be by Albert Upton who,
earlier this season, staged the high-
ly successful production of "Cat
on a Hot Tin Roof."
"Picnic" will be presented at tfce
Grove Tlayhouse for two weeks,
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meeting here, unanimously re-
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presidcnl.
This is the tenth term which
Dr. Levine has been chosen to
serve as head for the Fund.
Placing him m nomination,
Judge Albert D. Schemer,
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secretary; Albert Schiff. treas-
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Nathan A. Levine. associate
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In his acceptance speech. Dr.
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in the course of the last year in
income from traditional collec-
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JNF'i educational program in
the Jewish schools, and urged
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14.1358
j Bramson
'kr Mitzvah
-plion at the home of his
, ,HI honor Frank Bramson
teken(l ,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Ted
JTm Shore dr. N Bay
The will become Bar MiU-
lM Saturday morning serv-
-g.15. of Beth David Con-
I bbh Y,akov Rosenberg will of
'Srith cantor William Lip-
Underiim the musical portions -
-fcf liturgy.
[Lk is a seventh grade student
bonandoah and has attended
pvi yen vears. *
Won quests here for the
ion are fiom points as widely
Kted as Vancouver and Mon-
... Canada. Chicago, Cleveland
jNew York.
j addition to hosting the Satur-
i eveninu reception for Frank,
. Bramsons will also serve at
'- Fndav Onec Shabbat and Sat-
jav Kidriush at Beth David.
[Frank's father was first presi-
Int of the Beth David Bowling
rague and is affiliated with the
jngregation'-. Men's Hub. He has
ho sisters, Jacqueline and Bonnie.
Temple Zion Bar
lihvah Saturday
>r Harold Loss
I Harold, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ilartin Loss, will become Bar Mitz-
during Saturday morning
jervices. Mar. 15. at Temple Zion.
labbi Alfred Waxman will offici-
al
I Harold is an eighth grade honor
udent at West Miami Junior
a. where he is treasurer of the
and a member of the band.
le attends Hebrew High School.
1 Harold is a nephew of Rabbi
amuel Berman, of Jersey City,
I Rabbi Morion M. Berman, for-
fccrly ot Chicago, now of Jerusa-
fcm. Israel, and of the Jewish
Igency.
I Among out-of-town guests will be
|abbi and Mrs. Samuel Berman.
Jersey City; Dr. and Mrs. Samuel
lilton Berman Brooklyn; Mr.
II m u e I From mer, Springfield,
ass.; Mrs. William Radoff. Riv-
dale, N.Y.; and Mrs. Joseph
lichman, Hewlett, L.l.
Itocal guests will include Har-,
is grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.i
Parry Ginsburjj and Mr. Morris
*rman. ,
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Oneg, Kiddush
To Honor Ted
A* Bar Mitzvah
Ted Adelman will become Bar
Mitzvah (luring Saturday morning
services. Mar. 15, of Beth David
Congregation.
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg will
officiate, with Cantor William
Lipson rendering the musical por-
tions of the liturgy.
Ted is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Adelman, 4451 SW 1st st.,
Miami.
A seventh grade student at Kin-
loch Park Junior High, he is a
student at the religous school ot
Beth David.
The Adelmans will be hosts in
Ted'l honor at the Oneg Shabbat
following Friday evening servic-
es, as well as at Kiddush Satur-
day morning.
Grandparents of the Bar Mitz-
vah will be among guests. Com-
ing from Savannah. Ga.. are ma-
ternal grandparents Mr. and Mrs.
Mever Klugman. Paternal grand-
father is Nathan Adelman, a pio-
neer Miamian and former presi-
dent of Beth El Congregation and
Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'nth.
OGUST BROS ELYi
lAWfffNCE flfMI
labor Zionists to Meet
Labor Zionist Assembly of
Greater Miami will meet Thurs-
day evening at the Israel Histadnit
office. 600 Lincoln rd. Dr. A. J.
lshlon will preside.
Stephen Mackauf
Bar Mitzvah Set
Stephen, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Waller S. Mackauf. 4533 Adams
ave. Miami Beach, will become
Bar Miizvah Saturday morning.
Mar 15, at Temple Beth Sholom.
Rabbi Leon Kronish will offici-
al with Cantor David Convner
rendering the musical portions of
the litur.y.
. Stephen is an eighth grade honor
student at Nautilus Junior High,
and attends Beth Sholom religious
school
Interested in drama, he has ap-
peared in several motion pictures,
and has been seen in local produc-
tions a Studio M. Ring Theatre.
T'ied Piper Plavhouse and Dade
County Auditorium.
The grandson of Philip Berko-
witz of Miami, past nresident of
" Congregation Beth El and the
Greater Miami Jewish Commum'y
Cenicr dormer YM & WHA), I
phen is currently appearing each
Fridav in 'The Big Story" com-
mercials over television station
WCKT. ^^^
Temple Judeo
Bar Mitzvah Site
For Larry Apple
Temple Judea in Coral Gables
will be the site of the Bar Mitzvah
of Lawrence Bryan Apple Saturday
mominr. Mar. 15. Rabbi Morris
Skop will officate, with Cantor
Herman Gottlieb rendering the
musical portions of the liturgy.
Lawrence is the son of Mr. ana
Mrs. Arthur Apple. 5536 Maggiore.
Coral Gables. He is an eigh'h
grade student at Ponce de Leon
High School.
Reception at the Apple home Sat-
urday evening will honor the Bar
Mitzvah. .
Out-of-town guests will include
Dr. and Mrs. Allen We'.kind uncle
and aunt, from Maplewood. N.J.:
Mrs. E. Reingold. Newark. N.J..
and Mr. and Mrs. Irving Waltzer.
Brooklyn, N.Y.
Among honored guests will be
the Bar Mitzvahs maternal grand-
mother. Mrs. C. J Welted, IB-
ami; and paternal g?"^*'
Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Apple, Mi-
ami.
5*
k. son of Mr. and Mrs.
'fceodore Hankoff. will be-
S,me Bar Mitavah at Temple
fnantt-Er. Saturday morn-
9 wrvice. Dr. Irving Lehr-
*" will officiate. lame* is
eventh grade student at
"autilus and attends Temple
j^u-FJ religious school
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Bar Mitsvah at Saturday
morning services of Temple
Emanu-EL Dr. Irving Lenr-
man will officiate. Robert is
a seventh grade student at
Nautilus and attends Temple
Emanu-El religious schooL^
Stuzin Renamed
To Top Committee
Bavid Stuzin. president of Citi-
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Asia of Hialeah, has been re-
appointed for the second consecu-
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on supervision and examination
ot the United States Savings and
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The appointment was announc-
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ML
Sa*nu*l M. FriedUnd. chaic-
r-an e' H> brd of Feed Fair
Sntm, h accepted the post of
Tin chairman of the commit-
tee. Friedlana end honorary
chairman Dr. David Andren,
resident o* lha Miami Reach
Zionist District. Loo Robinson,
and Charles Frvchtman ara
seerfcira tho drive to mako this
Hair wt ourstendine avont.
The dinner honor Harry
Sirfcin. hie president of Tempi*
Emanu-El. a veteran Zionist and
active in Jewish institutions in
the Greater Miami area
:er "ii.iiiitt jrwr: Solomon and
anas, SMBntEs-ic. fnmnl is spoo-
Kcsl }ew;sr Corrmnnity
r Ki^rponfcd by Cam-
H Friedland Chairs Committi
For ZOA Affair to Sirkin
EaKfcss^saa u naming high for ', *.****'* Apbi. j-J
the tfcrt I *" of the ;^t* S^ Tf^h.i-
Gcea'er Mum Zionist District.. Kr .i. .- loVr.ck
* ftr!d Se-day evening. 1 # r. S^al^S^^ST
at the DMmnfle hotel. fur^m* Mm**. r
u, S. E. Schwartz. J&'SSt ^ .
ana of the dinner, and Dr. m*j a*. Dr. Momn
Verse. Bohhins MUonal *&*3Sa*
of the ZOA. over 20* i-r%*i r>v*ra. .
r ** < I*- +m
nth committee ort- *.i> Marer awsut i ^
tht if will he one Aililmao, Hllooi Airan-.viJ
trat n win oe one K, ^^ M_
if the asset mutmhA affairs the hoar. Jack i. a fat. it M
heW in this A-Ji^jt. &
x-r *r
Dantel Broa4. ??- >
-1 CaaMi. I. -
:
a KawUcrfrr. y.
I :. I
' ixan->T S ;rt.
iim. tWvW S
rtat-a. Sam J Hetaw-
RabM T L>o H.
aaaa. >* KB*"*.
r,. Mjlx Ko-'kcr. haa.
RabM Ueoe K~jr!" -
I>r Irtnt Irrjw&m. P. 9
L*w.
Pave Leitaw, B r-.-.
maa. Kerb, P. I w
Mam. J M V V-
: n-r Mev*r. M- I
I Mra. Morria l!ia*t,
(*a. Al tirter- ft A
j Mr. av* Mra. Har |
Leading Zionists from e v e r y -",%&*
part of the country have indicated r^wm Ta*s- -
their intention to attend to pay m-. j alia. J p^
tribute to Sirkin. who in years gj&***.
past has supported every Jewish |1*,**^
Mr. At* flail Hi
and civic cause in the community.
The full committee is as follows:
Mr. Milloo 5trfcl. Sam --
Mortw mo. Sai T -
Vrr JaronW WelakV Ma -
kr aad Dr. Bi locker-r...
to Brandeis University undergrad-
aate studenu from each of 50 na-
tions outside the Iron Curtain. "Pi y
will be bou*ed on campus and will
attend classes along with mem-j
bers of the regular student body.
It is planned to bring to the Bran-1
ieis campus 35 foreign students in
September. 1958. 70 in 1950. and
VALTHAM Mass. A far-; iao u i960. The program w ill be I
rearhang prognaa m Aaaencan stabilized at 100 from that year on. f
Srondefs Foreign
Stuootit Program
Is
* .*
'-:.- htm vtmun Janwm le-*x-. ComOmi pTes.der.:,
d jtcvmmmt w._". Gerald Yanks 'left/, cbairman. Zamocc s
, "March of Progrenc" cersbratjoo Saturday at Versailles hoteL
Looicinc on is spiritual leader Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz. Proceeds
are Ira Center's ooeratjoncl fund.
stedses. itewgwed to bring
the asost brdbast coliaa*
at the free world to the Brandeis
Untverscty catnpes for one or two
years of tasdergradeste atody m
the liberal arts and of scholarly
inquiry hate Aaaencan patterns.
a* niiHMH i il here this week.
The program, aaahaadim J by a
permanent endowaaent by Law-
rence A Ware, of New York CUy
and Weston. Coon mil begin in
September. 195t. Brandeis Univer-
sity officials termed this gift the]
equivalent of a JTJOOjOOO endow-,
mem fund." smce it would take
. that sum invested conservatively j
to produce an annual yield of.
S300.00O
The program will seek to bring j
< Grants of $3,000 will be awarded jl
to each student accepted for the'|
progra's to defray the costs ofi
transportation, tuition, housing.,
and other expenses while in the
United States. These subsidies are
among the largest ever awarded
to foreign students for undergrade
afa study in accredited universities!
in th? United States.
\y
it
HhWtAKO
Members Added to Board
Petser. chairman of (and S. C. Stampieman. former
board of the Bank of Dade chairman of the board of the Gil-
y. announced this week that
new members have been
to the board.
Stameloman was aoat ef
orioinal directors of
of Dado County, located in tho
lS3rd it. Shoooinq Con*or, hot
are Joseph Bayvis. presi
of Plymouth Bond and Share
Corp in Miami: Philip Rose, rern
estate investor of Kiami Beach.
lette Safety Kaior Corp. and a Mi-
ami Beach resident.
resigned last year because of ill
I hoafrh.
Roe. president of the Miami
' Beach 71st Street Assn.. and the
North Shore Businessmen's Assn.,
owns 14 commercial buildings in
Dade county and is a former New-
ark real estate operator.
Bayvis. a long-time resident, has
| been active in the local investment
field for manv vears.
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.More*
14. 1958
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Jacob Bernstein (right) rehearses Tem-
"laael Choir in excetpis from teux Man-
chn's orr.orio. "Elijah." He will conduct
>durinc F-aay evening services at Tem-
ple Israel as part ot Tsnple s Festive! of
Sacred Music. Cantor Borastein wiD also be
featured In solo renditions from
oratorio. Public is invited.
Inrcn Slated At CJA Youth Rally Sunday Morning
K Milton Friedman will be, tainment by well known local pro-
speak.T at a big CJA fe?sionals. including the first ao-
i Division breakfast rally Sun- pearance of "the Amazine Vaur
the Bun-u i of Jewish Edu- ice.' following his successful road
I tour in the East
ordingto Lou:s Schwartzman.! "The school campaign is our
Mu director >me 125 teen-ags youths first experience in the
am representing 30 schools principles of charity." said
"The iNdi of homn he's *
imo'jn'M earlycan bear fruit
later when these Mm* c?M become adult leaders of the
CJA campaign," the Bureau di-
jam the a.Mitorium at 9:30
to participate in a three-way
[ram:
Submit a progrest report an
pledges in their respective
elt throughout Dad* county;
| Hear an address by Judge
dman on "Y .:!i Serves CJA
V:u Versa "
Enjoy a program of enter-
Schwanzman. laucung the efforts
of the 8.000 children who last year
raised over $4,000 for the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal.
The Sunday delegates' report
breakfast marks the peak cf more
than six weeks of triht cam-
paigning in the Jewish schools.
D.Msaon goal for 1958 is $3,000.
Golda Says Israel's Security Will
Govern Attitude Toward Mergers
PARIS JTA iIsrael has always regarded the entry at aa Mae*
Jordan as a aaagrr t her earn seewrity ari w-.U eoatjaaaa to
:ard*w ef tke Ira* Jordan entaa. Mrs. GeMa Meir Israel
i Manaster. aakl a peeaa iaafi i> hi acre priar to her departure
araf the a*w Afraraa State ot Ghana_________
Mu. wiaa arrived here far --------------------------------
v^kaeiareaaakrukaagtke & mu^mtv peace or aaa iggn i-
uh Foreign s1#a paCU w;th aay ar all of the
Puaeaa ja
separa-
xr ot rhnb-
wfch paal>
arise darag he r
Afr.eaa inav
At tke saaae tisae. Mrs. Meir pre-
I ided ever a aaeertaz ef Israel:
leavers to half a eaten European
ceaatries who were saucmooed to
Paris to meet with their chief.
Thw Israeli Foro'oai Minister
told wawnwo-i that Israel's re-
action to -thw Arab moroors
would he dicta*ed by Israeli se-
ewrity considerations. She under-
lined tSe fact that Israel is pro-
pared for peaceful rotations with
a" hsr roighbors. as individual
states or as federations, and
hopes to develop technical coop-
oration programs with the Arab
states in the future.
that Israel
ea Jetead h.-r borders
and weahj aet accept aay tiahjttinn
oi aerjpmt.ry. -ajtirj that she
baaed aa the bag powers would re.
spevt Israel"* existing hard.
. la Cairo. Prestdeat HaaaH Sun-
day taU them pads cf Egyptians.
oho crowded aato the Kaabbeh Pai-
ges ta congratulate b_ax on
as
: of the new Vrj^
ftaaadalr. KM formation of the aew
araftesp rtarl of the "cesa-
plete hberit.o.n of the Arab world
'.v-htded Israel in
feb are*
to qnestions. sh
cated aeain that Israel is stili ready
Aniwol FleWfe Limc been
Miami chapter of the National
-. Cardiac Hospital w.ll
held its annual pledge luncheon at
the Carillon hotel Tuesday noon.
CattoTSaaa i> Mr- Michael Blank.
Mrs. Phillip Bendell is co-ehair-
la ctavgaj al ticket rv-vTvn-
r.< .- Mrs Harry Bobrow.
.'
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I seventh consecutive year,
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CvfuP0- R0b*rt Shlnn' inan-
[Cilbert has chalked up an envi-
r*e aff,|,a;ed with the com.
ven years ago. Shinn said.
' f and qualifying
""nrtaa for th, 11th year.
|fGi" *** ^e all-time record
JearPJ"cUon ^ Gulf Life two
h ftlrfo" lhis past *e" "e
WoZ has plac#d on ^e books
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lace. W "ull'un 0{ >'fe insur-
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Klion Announces
For N. Bch. Race
Jules Klion, N. Miami Beach
civic and religious leader, this
week announced his candidacy for
the N. Miami Beach City Council
from Group 2. The North Dade
community will elect three council-
men on Apr. 15.
Klion is a founder of the Congre-
gation of Monticello Park and has
served twice as president of the
organization. He also has headed
the building and religious commit-
tees of the pioneer North Dade
Jewish Center. **
In announcing his candidacy
for the council seat, Klion said,
thai ''nWfntref'has com* for N.
Miami Beach's city government
to keep pace with the tremendous
strides that our city has made in
its population. I hope to bring
intelligent and dignified govern-
ment to our city."
Klion stressed his business, civic
and organizational experience as
qualifying him to run for the con-
troversial council seat. He declar-
ed, "it has been proven that I can
work harmoniously with the pres-
ent members of the city council and
and also with the candidates now
in the race.
With the city-manager type of
government, our city will operate
under the city council, acting as a
board of directors with a giant cor-
poration. They should establish
sound business policy for the train-
ed administrator to follow," Klion
stated.
"Unless the council can work
together harmoniously and intell-
igently in giving directions to the
city manager," he continued,
"the progress made in instituting
this type of government will be
lost."
In addition to his congregation
posts, Klion is a member of the
city's planning and zoning board,
was a member of the original char-
ter revision board, was a founder of
the Chamber of Commerce, a
founder of the first N. Miami Beach
Civic Assn., and was a director of
the N. Miami Beach Lions Club.
Klion moved wilh his wife and
two sons from New York to N. Mi-
ami Beach in 1942. They also have
* daughter. He is a N. Miami
Beach businessman and also op-
erates a Hollywood branch of his
dry cleaning operation.
JUUS KUOH
Schulman Vies
For Surf side Seat
I.oil'.: associated with' community
activities in Surfside, Irving Schul-
man has filed his petition in the
councilmanic election which will
take place in Surfside Mar. 18. He
is basing his candidacy on a plat-
form of "Cooperation in Council
not confusion."
An attorney, Schulman has serv-
eed as chairman of the charter re-
vision committee of Surfside, as a
member of the Surfside planning
and zoning board, as an officer of
the North Shore Jewish Center, is
a member of the Surfside Volun-
teer Fire Department and a direc-
tor of the Surfside-Bal Harbour-
Bay Harbor Islands Chamber of
Commerce.
He has been a director and
secretary of the Surfside Junior
Chamber of Commerce, served
as a chairman of the Beach Bond
Issue of Surfside Junior Cham-
ber of Commerce, chairman of
the off-street parking committee,
and is legal consultant of the
Women's Division of the Surfside
Chamber of Commerce.
He has served as the editor of
the Chamber of Commerce News
and editor of the North Shore Jew-
ish Center News Bulletin.
The 29-year-old rather of two
children graduated from New York
*Je#lst>fhrkttan
Citizens Federal
To Open Branch
Citizens Federal Savings and
Loan Assn. oi Hlaleah has reeeived
permission from the Federal Home
Loan Bank Board of Washington.
D C to established and operate a
branch office in the North H.aleah
area, it was announced Wednesday
by David Stuzin, filizens Federal
president.
The branch, which will be the
first for Citizens Federal, will help
to better serve the needs of the
residents of this rapidly expanding
area, the president asserted.
Stuzin said that the branch will
be opened within 60 days, occupy-
ing temporary quarters initially,
and a permanent building will be
designed and constructed later this
year. The main office is located
at 400 Hialeah dr., Hialeah.
Citizens Federal Savings, which
opened for business July 5, 1952
with assets of only $250,000 and
today boasts total assets of over
$8 million, "has been a vital con-
tributing factor to the economy
of the rapidly developing Hia-
leah-Miami Springs area," the
president declared.
Most of the association's assets
have been re-invested in first mort
gage loans on homes right in the
local area.
Coming at a time when some
people are talking of a recession.
Stuzin believes the granting of his
branch application "offers firm
evidence of the confidence of the
Federal Home Loan Bank Board of
the future continued growth and
prosperity of Dade county and tne
Hialeah-Miami Springs area in par
ticular."
hridqy1Mgrehir
LEGAL NOTICE
University in 1950 and Brooklyn
Law School in 1952. He is a mem-
ber of the firm of Nelson & Schul-
man in partnership with Judge
STRUT'S
IN THl CIRCUIT COunT"^.
11th JUDICIAL C'RCU f of p1
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the i.n.i.ismni-il de i Inf. to nng* In
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"r,,ta- JOSEPH NKVVMAN
KOVNRR MANNHKIMKi:
Attorney! fur Joaeph Ne ma*
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IRVING SCHULMAN
Theodore it. Nelson, municipal
|udge oi Bay Harbor Islands 11-
resides ,.i 8i';.8 Garland at*., Surf-
side.
He is a member of the North
Shore B'nai B'rith, North Shore Ki-
I wants, North Shore Jewish Center
Men's club, Surfside Masonic
I Loo'ge 316 and the North Shore
| Jewish Center.
Professionally. Irving Schulman
I is a member of the Miami Beach,
Florida and American Bar Assns.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
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the undersigned, dealrlnt to enaace m
bnalnea* under Of fi.-iitl.ni* narae aj
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tradinq income and business
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11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
IDA. IN AND FOR DADE C
IN CHANCERY. No. 6*CV
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IDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUJ
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HENRY LEONARD
lh Shore ZOA Marks Anniversary
..... _# .u. t;_ rr Lehrman was instrurm
rth Shore District of the Zion-
fcrganization of America will
Irate its fourth anniversary at
Icial affair Monday evening.
thlight of the meeting, which
hake place at the Casablanca
. i an address by Dr. Irving
man, of Temple Emanu-El,
ding to Judge Theodore R.
in program chairman. A spe-
Tii-ical program in honor of
I occasion will be presented
M lyric soprano Joyce Far-
|a Finegold, president of the
V has invited the entire
community of the North
1 area of Miami Beach to at-
Ithe meeting,
Dr. Letirmar* wa instrumental,
toother with Dr. Ben Zuckar-
brawn, SheWen Lelchock, Gaorga
Kronengold, Rabbi Mayer AV
ramowitx. Mr. and Mr.. Hyman
Bargad, Jacob Mati and ethar
leaders hara, In organizing the
North Shora District four years
90.
Assisting Judge Nelson and Fine-
gold on the program committee
arc Maurice Zaretsky. Dr. Ben
Zuckerbraun, Harry Kaplan, Dr.
Herman Ausubel, Oscar Lclchuck,
Ben Marin, Max Kolker, Jack
Bernstein. Nathan Askow, Morns
Minov, and Gil Rappaport,. direc-
tor of the ZOA Southeast region.
No Campaign
UF Has Done It
Nearly 10,000 Greater Miamiansi
are catching up with their own |
business and private lives this
month at a result of the first sue
cessful United Fund drive which
ended over a month ago in Dade
county.
The reason: the "No Campaign
This Year" sign has been hung
out at the American Red Cross
headquarters, 5020 Biscayne blvd.
While national magazines and na-
tional radio and TV networks are
-, .plugging "Give tp Your American
'Red Cross during March," most
Dade countians have fulfilled their
obligation to one of America's old-
est service organizations through
the L'F drive.
Ml Livangood, diraetor of tha
Dada chaotar of tha Red Cross,
said it taok about 10,000 citixan
volunteers to raisa tha Rad
Cross' annual budget last yaar.
Now businessmen and house-
wives era reaping tha benefits
of tha Rad Cross joining in the
faderatad effort.
Livengood said that the local Red
Cross chapter will concentrate this
I month on recruiting volunteers for
its nine service groups to develop
more and better services to the
people of Dade county.
During this month, however,
j H Brock, chapter chairman,
said a number of former Red Cross
members will receive an oppor-
tunity to give to the *<*
cause if they did not give to the
organization through the United
Fund.
. .. day noon. Featured was a film, 'I
TlWy $ lUMI rllm Came t0 Beersheba." Speaker was
Hannah Senesch group of Hadas- Barnett Beckerman.
sah met at the Saxony hotel Mon-"r__________________________
During the UF dnve many
persons held back their personal
support of the Red Cross pco-
gr7m until March. These- P-r-
,. will receive special >"
offering th.m an ops^-tw^Y
give during the next few weeks.
But there will be no public'
campaign," Brock emphasized.
-We wish to thank all those who
supported the Red Cross through
the United Fund."
ATTENTION
HOME OWNERS!
DON! MISS THE KtfUE **
APPLICATION FOR HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION-
FLORIDA LAW REQUIRES FILING BY APRIL 1st. 1958
If you have lost the renewal form mailed to you go to your
Ktydia^%ab^^Uwt?!^ to assist
you in making: your returns.
Dfl&lf *'***. tnpw Dede Caaaty Ceertfceuse
Wa,ly Miaul leech rill 4:30
|JftnJ-u. Porrtea t.vell-lrwia Aeeecy '" 4,J0 ... ,.J0
Monday: ukkM>_tlJ0m4,...h*-*-m4"
i uesday: XI .,* m 4i3# ..
Wednesday: ZSfi&X '-^^^\-^T 4"'
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1 ursday. ^ ^ tM m m 4iM ,..
r: Stl^-Wif^jju^^
Viltage ef iiseeyee "o"*!1,* f
N.rtt, B.y Village March Jeth Oetfl
Friday:
The Tox Assess Cannot AHow Homestead
Exemption Unless the APP',c?*n,aw For
Within the Time Limit Provided
This Reason I Urge AM Home Owners To Pile
Their Applications Without Delay.
JOHN A. GAUTIER
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THE ORTHODOX VAAD HAKASHRUTH OF FLORIDA
RABBI OR. ISAAC MIRSM EVER, DIRECTOR
Tti, Wet i
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WE SELL
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NOW IS THE TIME TO FILL YOUR FREEZER WITH
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FLAVOR PROTECTED
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