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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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THE JEWISH UNflT mi THE JEWISH WEEKUT
32 Number 12
Miami. Florida. Friday. March 21. 1958
32 Pages Two Sections
Price 20*
targe 'Hand of Rasper' At Beth El
GOIDMANN REPUDIATES POIITICAL INTERFERENCE
'Revolutionary' Bond
Urged Between Israel,
Jewry at Zionist Meet
JTABy Oirtct Teletype Wire
JERUSALEMWith a dramatic call for a revolutionary reversal
['' of the present relationship between Israel and the Jewish people as the
only means of solving unprecedented problems which will face both in
the coming decade, Dr. Nahum Goldmann. president of the World Zion-
ist Organization, opened a meeting of the Zionist Actions Committee.
i The committee is the policy-making body pf the Zionist movement be-
tween World Congresses. ^___
Reviewing the Middle East situa-+
tion and briefly sketching the posi-
'* ^v
i blown in wall also tore out railing, which
as later iound by police some 150 yards
iray, embedded in rool of neighboring home.
Side wall, steps and doorway to rear kitchen
were completely demolished.
Doing All We Can/
Police Vow as Five Jewish
Agencies Issue Statement
rOI ADOniOHU. STOWS AM HCTUKS. IK MM 1M
"We ire doing .11 w. can, and as quickly and efficiantly a. we know
, to apprehend the culprit* responsible."
This it the latest ward from Miami Police Chief Waller Headtoy^s
Rca en the dynamiting that reeked Congregation Beth E, 500 sw ,7,n
jn., early Sunday morning.
Spokesmen for the police chief,
who couldn't be reached for com
ment late Tuesday, declared that
word would be flashed to the com-
munity "just as soon as there is
something to report."
Headley meanwhile met Tues-
day afternoon with the Dade Coun-
ty Council on Community Rela-
tions, and reiterated his vow that
police are working 24 hours a day
to come up with the individual or
individuals responsible for the
bombing.
In a joint statement following
the meeting, five local Jewish
agencies. Anti-Defamation League
of Bnai B'rith, Greater Miami
chapter of the American Jewish
Committee, Jewish War Veterans.
American Jewish Congress, and tne
Rabbinical Assn. declared:
e "Newspaper stories dealing
with the events have In our views
been fairly accurate and as com-
plete as the restrictions of police
security permit;
HALF-CASE USED
Expert Touched
Explosion Off,
Palmer Declares
Saudis Seek
Ban on Gulf
For Israelis
GENEVA (JTA) In what ap-
peared to be a clear bid to close
the Gulf of Aqaba to Israel ship-
ping, the Saudi Arabian delegate
, to the international maritime con-
ference of 87 nations this week said
a royal decree was issued last
month by King Saud extending
Saudi Arabia's territorial limits
side sources ome as tne ew- S""d. *^a ^ ^
ish people. American aid. and Ger- P M wsthm.
tion of Jewish communities on both i
sides of the Iron Curtain. Dr. Gold-;
mann called for a basic change ;
from the present position of Jews
outside Israel as mere helpers of
Israel to "joint partnership" as the I
only possible way to solve material
and spiritual problems.
Speaking first of financial prob-
lem*. Dr. Goldmann declared
that never in the po* was the
situation as difficult or as serious
as new. "The main reason is
the fact that in the laat ten years,
both Israel and we have dene
much mere then we could af-
ford." he declared.
Listing Israel's three main out-
side sources of income as the Jew-
ADL Suggests
Pattern Exists
In Terrorism
The Florida Anti-Defamation
ague of B'nai B'rith Wednesday
rged that there is the possibil
of a "pattern" in the bombing
t rocked Beth El Congregation
wday.
The incident preceded by one day
.dynamite blast in Nashville that
ripped (he front of the Jewish Com-
munity Center building there Sun-
day night, and was quickly followed
W telephone call linking it to
school integration.
Also recalling bombing attempts
synagogues in Gastonia and
I of
Charleston, N.C., last month,
than Perlmutter, director of the
frida ADL, declared:
"The Beth El bombing, coinci-
dent with the Nashville and North
Carolina bombings, may possibly
"wieate a pattern.
. "This must certainly be kept
'" in light of the extremely
national literature and pleas to
Continued en Page 11 A
An official of a Miami synagogue
rocked to its rafters by a dynamite
explosion at 2:30 a.m. Sunday
morning this week labeled the in-
cident as "profoundly disastrous.'
Sidney Palmer, president of Beth
El Congregation, to'.d The Jewish
Floridian Wednesday that, in his
view, "the hand of Kasper" was re-
sponsible for the bombing.
John Kasper is the white suprcm
acy racist responsible for the Clin-
ton, Tenn., race riots which ulti-
mately earned him an 18-month
term in Federal prison. Kasper
also engaged in rabble rousing ac-
tivities in the Greater Miami area
late last year, before a Washington
DC judge denied his appeal and
sent him behind the bars to which
he had been originally assigned by
a Clinton all white jury.
"Through his henchmen and
the hand* of saboteurs." Palmer
seid, "Kasper is trying to bring
the spirit of Clinton and Little
Reck, Ark., to the Greater Miami
area."
The early Sunday morning dyn-
amite blast, which was heard for
miles around, caused extensive
damage to Beth El Congregation s
religioua school classrooms, kitch-
man reparations. Dr. Goldmann
warned that American and German
funds "will disappear or nearly dis-
appear" in the next decade. "This
means." he went on, "that the Jew-
ish people will become the most
important source of Israel's income
in the next decade."
Dr. Goldmann warned that with-
out success in "raising the level
Continued on Page *A
Gulf to 12 miles from its coastline.
The Gulf is 12 miles wide along
most of its 100 miles.
Saudi Arabia first announced this
extension in Februery but made no
move to implement it. Ahmed Shu-
kairy. the Saudi Arabian delegate
at the maritime conference, also
gave no indication in announcing
the royal decree as to what steps
Continued on Pago 7A
Key Day Drive to Spur
Final Campaign Phase
FOI AWmONAl STOtlfS. SK PaM 6-A
A mammoth movement of manpower to P"* "*" f. j
Life" for thousands of refugees will get under way on Key Day, Sun-
JewiS, Appeal the one-d.y effort to raise life-saving funds ,n the
closing weeks of the campaign.______._______________
e The police are conducting a
thorough investigation as to the
sale and possible theft of all ex-
plosives in this area;
e "After several meetings with
law enforcement officials, we are
Continued en Pege 11 A
Continued en Page ItA
Directing the huge one-day
solicitation is Sam J. Hetman.
prominent welfare and civic
leader, who Wednesday called
into action a group of "Depot
Colonels."
They will be responsible for the
operation of five widespread head-
.quarters on "Key Day."
Key Day" will provide the pass-
port to thousands of Jewish refu-
ses seeking new life and security
and dignity, Heiman said. 'Each
worker and contributor holds tne
key which will open the door for
these people in Israel and other
free lands."
Depots and Colonels appointed in
Miami are: Coral Way Elementary
School, 1950 SW 13th ave., Mrs.
Sam Stark and Mrs. Edwin Oppen-
heimer; Miramar School. 109 NE
19th st., Sam A. Goldstein and Irv-
ing Saal.
Depots and Colonels at Miami
Beach are North Beach Elemen-
tary School, 4100 Prairie ave., Mrs.
Larry Friedland and Mrs. D S.
Denner; Biscay ne Elementary
School. 800 77th st., Miss Sue Ber-
kowiU and Mrs. Dan N. Heller;
Miami Beach Auditorium confer-
Continued on Page *A




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jjggj^Motch 21, l9
Urge 'Revolutionary' Bond for Israel and Jewry
Continued from Pag* 1 A
nd form of Jewish participation in
upbuilding Israel in a substantial
and radical way. there is no chance
whatsoever that we will be able to
cope with the tasks which the sec-
ond ten-year period will put before
Israel and the Jewish .people in
making Israel secure, in enabling
the developing of the countryand
especially of the Nogevin making
possible the large immigration of
those who still have to come to Is-
rael, and especially in view of the
prospects which I fully believe that
in the com ins ten-year period East-
ern Europe will open up for Jewish
immigration to Israel.
"None of these problems will
bo solved ovon sketchily if Jew-
ish support for Israel remains '
what it is today soon from the
viewpoint of donations, of Bo-xi
to the Jews of the world, begging
for help instead of approaches
the Jewlsti communities at part-
ners in one piece of work.
In order not to be misunder-
stood." Dr. Goldmann said. "I am
abroad in the upbuilding of Israel ;no, demanding for the Jews of the
were not less negative for Israel, w,|(i the right to determine Is-
crucial and historic task of Jewish
life, we have the right and duly to
blame the Jewish people for the in
sufficiency of its efforts."
The consequences of the separa-
tion between Israel and Jews
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buying, of private investment and
, loast, but certainly not last, of
providing manpower for Israel."
He added:
"'We accepted galuth life as equal
of life in Israel. We have above all
started to move in the wrong direc-
tion, making the upbuilding of Is-
rael nearly exclusively the respon-
sibility of its citizens and regard-
ing the other Jews of the world as
helpers and friends '
The Zionist president pointed
out: "If we regard them as gh
and helpers, there is no limit to
itude we owe them. If we
kMk upon them as partners in the
Dr. Goldmann maintained.
"Israel has got used to the no-
tion it could do it more or less
by itself. Its self-confidence be-
Amp. ovejiMaggerated., and it
began to regard the Jews of the
world purely as helpers. It be-
came indifferent, even contempt-
uous, of Zionism. It began to feel
that it could fulfill its destiny
without the Jews of the world. It
became jealous of any interven-
tion from Jews outside of Israel
and began to develop with regard
to the Jewish communities the
nonsensical feeling of sovereign-
ty with the result that it has had
more and more to go on its knees
rael's foreign pol>cv nor ,he r'6ht
to mix in internal policies. I am
-t identification of Zionist
parties with political parties in 1s-
Irael. But I do think that th.-jKjjat
I real partnership ofTTTe Jewish peo-
' p!e with Israel will require their
becoming familiar with the proh-
j lems of upbuilding Israel and their
right and duty to advise and in-
! fluence the way their contributions
]be it donations or investments
are being used."
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('Parents Without Partners and
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|SHtoch2T, 1968
+Jewlsi FhrldHor
flew Friends Help Him to New Life
A Polish-born
two years
refugee who
,, in a Siberian
^n camp and saw his parents
fgl" ,v the Nazis in War
I ?avs that faith in his fellow-
his kept him alive. His
Set oSczertkower,Faith.
U courage and determination
lught him across the face of
I Scarred Europe on a tantas-
I tic night from the past.
Now he lives in Miami Beach
,i the Boulevard hotel. Occasion-
,llv he plavs the piano and accor-
L softly and reflectively.
Warmhearted neighbors have a.
nuick and understanding smile for
Jhg clean tut man ot 4o, who is a
graduate of the Lcmberg Music
Conservatory, and a former mem-
ber of the National Theatre Or-
chestra of Poland.
A war-incurred speech cm-
tbility mslces talking difficult
for the transplanted musician.
But, his accordion, the piano
any music helps him com-
municate, Oscar says.
His fondest memories are his
I musical experiences as a bass viol
player in the theatre orchestras
OSCAR CZERTROWER
of his native Poland. Despite his
physical condition, the courageous
musician believes he can renew
his mastery of the giant viol, his
favorite instrument. A Miami
Beach orchestra conductor has
expressed interest in the career
of Oscar Czertkower. There have
been offers of help.
First to help was the Jewish
Family Service, an important wel-
fare agency of the Combined Jew-
ish Appeal.
They placed the former army
lieutenant and musician into
the Boulevard hotel, where ho
lives among kindly people who
are anxious to help him become
adrusted'ln Ills new surround-
ings.
Through another CJA agency,
the National Council of Jewish
Women. Oscar is learning to
speak English.
Recently, a man died in Nica-
raguaand a woman died in Flor-
ida. They were Oscar's brother
and sister-in-law, the last of his
relatives. Now he is alone. But
Oscar has a new "family": his
friends in Miami Beach.
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B'rith Girls in states from Florida
to Maryland was selected when the
youth leadership of this area met
in executive session in Atlanta, Ga.
Focus of the institute will be on
"Sholom Means Peace."
Led by Bernard Weiner, presi-
dent of the B'nai B'rith Youth Coun-
cil of Greater Miami, and Nora
Gordon, also of Miami and presi
dent of the B'nai B'rith Girls of
Florida. Miami delegates to the At-
lanta meeting included Carol
Meyer, Diane Lapin, and Frances
Lazarus, president of District 5
B'nai B'rith Girls.
Kickoff speaker for the week's
event, which will be held June 22
to 27 at the University of North
Carolina, Chapel Hill, will be Rabbi
Sidney Mossman, representing the
Orthodox synagogue in Atlanta.
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OBBBMCBOK S> jUi'WLX lb* wllOjat
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n. Nasri'ilje as -
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ttrm- -;r''>TyT- *K" 3C tbe MKaBf oOB HBB
searearri ~- aa aa career
rre
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z"ssnc tner ra
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wi- wur err ur-
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tn coLOEN ,
Waal Scndar to'
* Amerteta j,
am oat*..
a a (mfa
Mr. Gattea w
to aea* *!_
AJCeaaiia eintl^,
teemed mod
----------ass be o**
trae. eM-ate ad
" exteriar i
prraaiiai the
< expenoM*,
toraer New \i.
raa Citj jaunuiati
than mastj
'-MaacrsU,
every ta-o weeks.
at 1* eustKNei it 1
a >*nf.) ' haaaaa
Ks So Elan, ta 1
Mb; Hat u the
Caalt- fb iirj
_ has acop-.t-d city,
a* Mr. Gtkka iuaaself |
was air ?^ics ."Tnar "KsJier nsro
" .:_ .: ^_ :,-v? u -:i
Lrnrcar tnt rase- a g^aeufl tc aie wel-
bemc a: a* am ti.ttiot, he a tuttct a iara
om mrmwriteiag iifi*a a tns &ea H Jamim?
r:r_: r* md^rniin a bhAbMIbMb .:'-:; "r
rs- awa ana. :rmr ttcransa. r aiar
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tE CHaVUXTTC PUBLISH SR
A Case of Zionist Disunity
Tne rnm-irvmag a. tnr* a ae xoBelmas a
a* reiaraar.^^i ar,- r.aaieaeratiar a Ser
era. r.innigTT a. '..Tnnrr anr a* paren: Ware
3-ni iTwagranai: a Semera. "in: :sr^ :r Te! Attt
was artniiTT Iran-run me
j
I ar aott. ajeeaias po~- _*
raatusac nature a r.in~-c laoay
Ta '.jnnx aee-..ii- aeara saiien:
-r-nac-per Ik Israel Soiaswn; and Mr.
iccn. n. vioac Mr am.' jm*z .ne
1 aairv anas, tne -t aiot eaand by
nac-jewaj. ara.-.ir.r-aaaai ix infca miilaaam ieoc-
air ir ate arres: a tne caajaMk, aasisianae c
Bear H Bar aoa. irars an: nar-jews ailre a
TrtdiTiar tr tne arre seTxe caweraae a! tne
terrans* aiaoec-al t.x prows acB acre 2s
a state :nr nr :
aaakt aaaa oc ''ir
Tne Sunday maraaic aomhrnc has cap-
aaec da mH:eaT a the Greener Mtami coa-
r. _:. ~[ =ad thns a the nation As c thracr. 10
_aeraes a: ooe secajen: ai Amenaa eii-
kaar -e ?*Mjai ri Mi aMaflaf mm I 1 aaal
:: a_
A hac i buraex a tj iiarawy aaac oz
Bl BaMBden a: ZTrttr: H**ri,fn- ~rjr rus aier.
Toe euiuie roaatrr wants to ase jhmii e done
The Sunday Closing Law
am rearaaaaasc aaaa aaha-fi aaf 3s-
raeJ t rviiniT-. praruesnt are mafia
1 aer araaansr staod Maac rr tm naaaa/-
iaane: .ranenaar. iearjsr l*aaue iar iarae. a
ras" r.ian^-. Zraanaaaai. a Amerra:
aresiaea- juaae "..mm le,viiiin-r. a aaal zr:~
paneir.
* 'an: r-ameoeraaai nwetair a. Te".
.''' ias~ Sanzraar 11^ 7aiarac ia -
TsaeaHBc Tnamrn laa tn* at-saaa
_nr arauz. wnaae aeair>eri
ifi ta* SaaMaeratiar afiec tner tauec tr- m>
paae a>er aemanas upa: tne "jegalrr lalHa
ad' awetiiiTir a^riter a a *aric Saaaea^>
aar a z iiihwIiiic ar tne -tttt-ttimh*1 i.-^ imnm-
w a i- awfnit c uc tna tn s no* ""*t ar-
ewer a tne Saaaaaa-Baipra. pnuoBnooasL
aaaliemat Bigrr a wTana c lana-e
en ans: sanprr 11 m 1111 111 trTT ai z
apbmer arouz' tr ar z araa
tr ate issue tinner aaasiaerauar aoc it toe nan>
areas a tnausaadf a iuwhik lews wan. ^mt
aaaaat ieaaersaa tarauar tat r:r
r-easiar rr.axaa oac CDaaar-
acTias taaa'
Nar at ta* aa>e- none ****" a
sad aaaa be r.er rarrawea- oS a
sar aaaaaaj a aacaaaaoa aaaeaat
aaaal badv. We or na aer-
aai laaaa ac
aoab| -r r amaMl
acx r'taanr oa'
a; New Yari
,1 aar^as- ire 5_r
aw prah^jrs 5ews aai other Scr.
aasert-eni aaa. aaaaaj aaar bnsmeaaes or
Saaorr
"** mtngnae the sanaere aiofaea a nao-
ew Tner -an" ir maanaa tne r^i ^py ri
r. warsnr aay
Bur aenuar law aesiaaer ir reaaarae the
reiiaimg aiaresB a: r partimiinr taitr a cieanr
rrrx tr Ameanat
in:a< a oemocrarx'
tne Saanatr or
one
jews
Trut mean* tney are iai-.ee u 1
drrv air a eaar wee*uniaa they torear tner
anservanae Nat-iewi iase none
Altnmim. ta* ; 1- ] liiri m 1ttt that New
1 ozl ~ry 1 jewmr iMimianny wit oe
m. ir
ne atmarr. rtnsmc law rts
n. tne iipnil ^^liy is jeoaaiuits
a tn a as war baaeee too- toe aan-
a i.ihitlx one state prxacipi* b one a
tn* aias nmnn* aaiea a Anaenror daaac-
.
rarr
sxaee a mfiad
Wjoaaaaj waabt the ranks has thus iar
roere.'r wacaaaaS the xnoeament at kxrr-e a 1
txne m-her inuijlii aaal be the ?i'~; aacb-
stana.
a two aaaaaja. raarm'g or the hees at
one aaaaar as they ax} bat kat
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Ti March 21. 1958
+Jmlstinor*Aar}
SA
LtwJOJHE EPITOK -
Seeing Would Mean Believing
||0lTOR.Th Jewish Floridian:
, -centlv returned from Israel,
J, | want to tell you what the
JjA is *ne fr lh* newcomers-
, oo the same ship on which I ar-
Ldinho.* ha.ooi. ma.y new-
" ers came from Egypt and other
,..,, Tfie only questions that I
Si on the sh.p were: "What will
Sime'of mO Who*will meer us"1
i we have houses? What will be
h, of our children? Who will
Ll(, carf ot our old fathers and
Bothers?"
[Yes the givers to the Combined
Lrish Appeal ought to have seen
leir laces when the UJA people
ad them with open arms as if they
nre their lost brothers and sisters.
jou could not keep back your tears
fiyou. too, saw mothers and fathers
lugging their children, and crying
lor jov because they got such a re-
lation from the people whom they
kid never seen or known.
Automobilts were reedy for
Ittwm to be taken, no* to camps,
I but their permanent homti,
Itnd the $ik wara takan to hes-
I pitals, but that is no* all that the
I UJA it doing far ma newcomers.
I Jobi ara providad for them
ithoels for ma children, and ail
I kind of trada schools and egri-
I cultural schools far ma oldar
1 children.
i The homes for the newcomers
ire not shacks but new houses with
ew lurniture everything that a
>mily needs. This is achieved by
cm when you give to the Combined
pnaab Appeal.
I Come with me to the homes of
|iose who arrived in Israel two
ears or more ago, with the help
at you gave to the Combined
Wish Appeal. Here you will see
happy homes, and children who
speak the language of the country
as though they had been born
there. Their parents are working
at the trades they are best suited
for.
The now farms ara blooming,
so that you ana carriod away
with such a fooling of blessings
for the**' that helped make this
possible for the newcomers. You
see happiness and success in the
work they do; you see the same
men who just yesterday wore
"luftmoncHon," and today they
are producing and getting out of
mother earth the best she can
give.
You see the glow of hope for a
wonderful future in their eyes and
in their being. You see green fields
of all kinds of vegetables; fields of
corn, barley and other crops pro-
duced by the people you have help-
ed through the CJA; orchards of
all conceivable fruits. Some of
them raise cattle, some have chick-
en farms, and some build houses
and factoriesand some work in
factories of all descriptions.
Last year, with your dollars, you
brought 100,000 newcomers to the
land of Israel, and this year, the
other hundred thousand unfortun-
ates are waiting .
It is up to you to save lives.
Give to the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal.
Had desegregation been genuine
and wholehearted, the South
would not have opposed it.
But desegregation was forced
upon the nation as a political ex-
pedient of grave international im-
portance to offset the Iron Curtain
charges that we do not practice
what we preach, and that we hypo-
critically denounce what we -se-
cretly practice.
It was to show the world that
we can be superficially good. Most
violent opposition to dese^egation
came from the North, which the
South did not need as stimulation.
ISAAC WAINGER
Miami Beach
MAYSHIE FRIEDBERG
Miami Beach
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
It's too bad Mr. Mindlin has such
a caustic viewpoint on so many
things. He must find living with
himself quite a bore.
I don't pretend to be as erudite
as Mr. Mindlin, and if erudition can
sour one to the point where nothing
is valid and very few things are
worthwhile, then I am glad I fail-
ed to reach his level of intellect.
All t'.iii is the preamble to my
denunciation of his pointless and
vitriolic criticism of the Inbel
dancers. I was there. I allowed
myself to bo swept away from
reality into the dim past, with its
mysticism, and I was enchanted,
to say the least.
It is true the dances are not rep-
resentative of Israeli culture, but
they did not pretend to be. They
were authentic in their historical
setting, and they drew a picture of
everyday life in the crude Yemen-
ite culture that breathed and pul-
sated with reality.
No essay of several thousand
words could have told as much and
reached us as validly as they did.
To most of us the Yemenites were
only a backward segment of the
Hebrew tribes, living in degreda-
tion in a Moslem country. The
dances evoked an insight into their
individualism, their problems of
daily living, much as those encoun-
tered by our ancestors.
In fact, the whole presentation,
with the crude but adequate and
historically authentic musical ac-
companiment, brought an aware-
ness of Biblical times and inter-
pretation of life in those things.
And, as far as the Yemenites
were concerned, those were tra-
ditions kept intact and unaltered
since the days of the Old Testa-
ment.
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open and hope it annoys Mr. Mind-
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Mr. Mindlin's supercilious attitude
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Miami Baach
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An elderly bearded Jew had his
skull crashed in and two black
eyes oo the Beach a short while
ago and the police wrote it off as
accidental death. I hope they
wont write this synagogue bomb-
ing off as one of mere chance.
Synagogues should be given day
and night watching to prevent fur-
ther violence. The synagogue
bombing is a diversionary measure
and is only a prelude to something
bigger and better to be followed
by assassinations.
The effect of the explosion is to
overshadow the subsequent occur-
rences or minimize them.
Jews as individuals may as
citiians give vent to whatever
public Issue there may bo. But
organiied Jewry ought not to
stick its neek out in controver-
sial matter like desegregation.
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S-A
Friday, March 21. 1958
CJA Hits $1253,085;
'Key Day' Drive Seen
Pivotal to Campaign
CJA. KEY DAYi
Jewry hee raned
m
are bvaeg m tempera? quarters,
Kidroa declared.
The DM diplomat also reported
. -* slew trickle of 11 fadjari startiag
ease eat of Baropean Irea Car-
.
ep at a is* repatriates from lacu are ar-
rally held in the mnj at Poland this raw and are
** being helped by the Joaet Diambe-
area uoc Committee, a CJA agency, is
leaders and volunteers in attend- obtammg the minimal comfort* of
ance. Ufe Last year. 3S.OO0 Jews eaa-
grated froai Pomad to be
manor* .omooato.ti.0 to iha "1wWl
United totoBk He said CJkto | th* abaonco of Abe K
nfugoei fiom Egypt, rtonnory Lh airman of l
and toorth Africa ho* been re- Professions Or
cetved into Israel last year. ^nn nrssidod at
causing the mmnrini absorv- hrench. Mo received dorened
rant to iinowl sharp**. aJedae torhes from to busi-
Mosj acute piobkm is adequate
ihrlrrr for the nee-comers, erith
new housing units for & Jed immi-
|e. More thaa 2MjM ho came to
ra still
stantial increases in conrribw-
ticrtt ta the reowlar (impi;n
and the Rescue Fund.
Tbeee coasaaaaurr leaders will direct big "Key lean Lehman, and Mrs. Samnel Z. Salaaij,
Day" drive Sunday. Mai. X. in bebaH d Com- 'Toy Day" coordinator. Mare than 1.000 Key
bined Jewish Appeal At right is Sam I. Hei- Men and Key Women are needed for three
man. 'Toy Day" chairman. Others in photo hour doar-to-door push,
are Phihp Schoenberg. Aaron Kicvitx, Mis.
Heiman to Direct Big One-Day Solicitation
Heiman in Talk
Monday Evening
.-. from the Hear
the subject of a talk by Sam J
chairman of the Cera-
hmed Jewish Appeal Key Day
patfa. at a program of the
acfe RetreatKanji Depan-
saee: rfi st and Oeeea dr.
aucfcionuin Monday evening
Beuaan recentJy retaraed from
Israel vhert be conterrec
I Mnusaer David" Ben-Gunon
and other top officials leutmiaasf,
the current immigration crisis
he Jewish Stato.
The ComoMnae Jewish Me**'
allocate* sutostannol uaUmi of
in tones rescue and rwsarMe-
merrt o< n*upon rr Isrool end
orner *raa lands.
Aiso festered en the
mil be a talk. The Inside of
by heart specialist Dr Da-
em Nathan. Colored meow* web
that will deatiiht the heart re-
search program contacted at Ml
Saui Bespftal. ac impastes* wa
rj of the Comhmed Jewish
pam
A question i.nd answer pened
sbB foUov *.hf mime m nfWMVi
PSfll st
Leo Chaikin. honorary chairma.-.
of the Liquor Division, joined Mar-
vin Raunr. m reporting that all
the employee* of Weinkle"* Liquor
Stores had participated in a MO
per cent aaiwaT** r'c hich re-
suned m complete coverage of el
stores The soliciution was direct
msnager Howard Feldman.
aaarH .* collected
Meanwhile. 124 teen a.e dele-
rstes of the Youth Dn-raan met
Sunday at a report breakfast in the
Bureau of Jewish Education Aed)-
tonum Represeatanves of 3
schools agreed to set a ^5 quota
of C.M for CJA. Judge Maton A.
Friedman was speaker.
Centrmred from Pose 1 A
ence room. Mrs Louis Makovsky
and Mrs Nan Cohen.
organizations, clubs and ">
agoeues will be recruited for "Key
Men' and ""Key Women." who will
serve three hours on "Key Day."
"There are nearly COM fami-
lies to bo visited on this day,"
Heiman arawunctH to an over-
flow mooting of Key If dors at
Temple Israel last week. "To eV
vido this to our vchmtoors, we ask each Key
man to visit only It of his neigh-
bors on Sunday. Mar. 3a. The rob
Key Day Woiters
To Get Souvenirs
A laewr.r uwmiM.- ef Corabiarfl
Jewish Appeal Key Day will he
ercea to every volunteer who works
oa Minaiv Mar 30
sn-ucrxble key of peart plastic ape-
o>ali- uao-ibad. aau be preaeated
to nniai' who marches oa Key
"That ammaal hey aril ayaMtohtae
- iii mm aad wnat to ffw
The Key will aha he worn as a
lap*-' dhatdoTltoo as Saaday.
ar. 3d. dunag the one-day djrree.
Workers will be asked to report f
at the depot doeest to their homes.
receive their instruction* aad spe
c:'.:c assignment cards and go im-
I mediately to the addresses selected
by him. Heiman explained.
Dr. Morns Goodman, general
campaign chairman, iaroed aa
emereency call Wednesday to all
Jewish families of Dade coaaty
I to be at home oa Key Day to wel-
come the CJA volunteer.
Key Man teams of two will be
| paired off for the btf march. Hei-
j man announced, and woikers are
tasked to indicate their choice of
| partners ia the city-aide recruit-
ment.
Chock off the following:
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to the Combined
If
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YOUK adeatian of em
in* to end working far
the 1S5S CJA campeiga?
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- March 21. 1958
+3eisti Meridian
7-A
IfoudisSeek Aqaba Bar to Israelis
Continue *" 1 A
.^Arabia planned to take to im-
Ittry, said that international law
recogr.ixes neither Arab waters,
nor Slavic water* nor Anglo-
Saxon waters.
JACK WEINRIB
*t the extension.
^SJar. 'inland Arab water-
**r hen!t'.d nor on the Gulf of Wen states." he said, calling Arab
ffEI rael any lawful stand-'claims to the (tall of Aqaba "wish-
^ Gulf of Aqaba .s entirely tai thinking."
adiis waters under the exclu-| Comay noted that (our indepen
"International law as we under-
stand it, deals with relations be-
1, calling Arab
Aqaba "wish
oodman Brother*. A resident here
\l years, coming from New York, he
wait a *t*,ff sergeant with the Army
during World War II. Bairvlvlng are
htn wife. Marian: his mother. Mr*.
Klele Sommerfeld: and a alater. Bat
\ic.-~ o/ere liar. 17 at Cordon Funeral
Hume.
. came her
i4, of 708 I'ennsylvanla ave., died Mar.
IS. Formally of New York, he BUM
here six years ao and was employed
General Bbeet Kotal Co. of Mi-
ami .Survivors liwlude hla wife. Rose;
a daughter, Mrs. Corlogf Koaen; anil
I li other. Dr. Morris Welnrlb. Hor-
vlcea and burial ware In New York,
with Hellroan Funeral Home In charge
Of local arrangement*.
MEYER F.SHER
67. nf 1438 SW 12th St.. died Mar. 1
The owner of a bakery shop, he came
here six
lop. he
New
ml iis waters under the exclu-, Comay noted mat lour inaepen- here ,x >.,... from c,>w Tnrk
' .ior>v of Saudi Arabia, dent states are littoral to the gulf] a mi was a membet of Temple Bloa
KrfAr' Bepubbc and Jor- -Israel, Egypt. Jordan and Stiff K*!&^\" %,'IIrVia wS..:
* -n. .aiirn Mediterranean Arabiaand this is described ofn- Mrs Florence Franco and Mrs. A.ieie
hO. lne tJ. .. _,____:____( .k. .;..:.. ; .k0 ...,.r.^, ^i,mnts May; and four grand.-hil.lieii Ser- -
. M,ii 17 at '! ip.'i I- uneral P
MrwrTallh Mt.~ The tjjiini mcu.i^...-----------...-- ------
-.ir.iv ui in the domain of the icially in the conference documents.
WU'e'- .'"-------.,:, -- T,,,,,inm in trail claims that the
_ rrepublic, Pale
hod, Turkey and Greece."
, Tha dolagatos of tho United
ltte, En;land and Franco ot
1** cw.ftrtne woro beekina ls-
IrMl's right to innoeont pastas*
Itr.nco to tha gu.t, throuBr| which
1.1am ships can roach Israel t
Lrt of Hath. A Unitod Nations
lpol.ee force is now guarding tho
|fcgy,nia.i Hr of n* raif,
Ikiting it opan to all shipping.
Turning to Are** claims that the
waterway was Arab from "time im-
memorial," the Israeli noted that
nrV. mention in an historical docu-
ment of the gulf, in the Old Testa-
ment speaks of its use by ships of
King Solomon 3,000 years ago.
The Israeli representative took
special pains to point out that ac-
ceptance of the Arab claim of
belligerency rights to blockade Is-
rael's water access was specifically
barred in the United Nations Se-
curity Council resolution of Sept.
M
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Horn
lory.
CHARLES BALBER
70. of 71 NE 71at *t., died Mar. 14. A
resident here 25 years, he la surviw.l
bv his wife, Kuth: two brothera and
five sisters. Services and burial were
in Pittsburgh, with Gordon I
Home In chant* of arrangementa lo-
.1 Il>.
a 17 years ago. Surviving are
__ighters. Mra. Ida Stllglltz and
Bella l.lttmn;i. S'ervlcee were In
Mr-. ..
Haw York, with Rlreralde-Beoch
morial Chapel In charge locally.
Me-
HARRY LEVINE
7J, of VH SW 3rd st.. died Mar. IV A
watchman for the iiollte Concrete Co.,
he hod been instrumental In the cap-
Mra of unused slayer Norman Maek-
lewlcx Just a few hours earlier Sur-
rtvtni aie two aona, Bol and Barney;
and a daughter. .Mrs. I.llllan Cohen
s.-n ices and burial were In Roi boater,
with Hellman PSinoml Chop*! in
charge of local arrangement*.
MAX FOX
C, of 7!" retired furniture manufacturer from
Brooklyn, he was a winter n
here for 22 years. Surviving are his
Ife. I.vllan; and a win. Nelson Bar-
-ires were in llnvrttlyii. with -KKtif--
Ide-Beocb Memurlal Chapel In charge
local!).
CHARLES HARRIS
7". of 9"0 SW fith are., died Mar. 13.
A retired hardware merchant, he came
bora 11 years ago. Surviving are his
wife. Dora: a son and a daughter.
Services were in Dover. N .1 with
flordon Funeral Home in charge lo-
cally.
ibun representative told the del-
i of the 87 nations: "Israel is
Lithout international frontiers
Hther on land or sea. Under the
.lestine armistice agreements, as
ndorsed by the United Nations Se-
tiruy Council, Israel's status is
oe of military occupation and
Irmis'.ice lines aictated by military
,d has no political
gnifitance."
In announcing King Saud's de-11. 1931. lie also noted that the UN
1SZ conference, the Saudi Charter forbids one member being
1 in a state of war with another.
Shalom Chinio, 80,
Dead in Israel
'Shalom Chinio, 80, died recently
in Tel Aviv', Israel.
Until ten years ago, he was di-
rector of the Mikvah Israel Winery
and Agricultural School. Born in
Shukairy then extended his speech j Jaffa, he was a pioneer in the
a reckless attack on Israel, aud ; building and development of Pal-
rebuked by the conference Cstinc and the State ol Israel.
He had been ailing for some
time, and was recently visited by
his son-in-law and daughter, Miami
Beach Councilman and Mrs. Har-
old Shapiro.
In addition to Mrs. (Sylvia) Sha-
piro, Mr. Chinio is survived by his
widow, Ester; three sons; four
other daughters; 18 grandchildren,
one of whom, Miriam Selman, at-
tends the University of Miami; and
to great-grandchildren.
ANSELM FITE
46. of UXi SW li.th si died Mar. 14. A
clothing salesman, he was a member
Of Temple Zlon. He came here three
w ii.- ..... from Tallahassee. Surviving
are his wife. Hannah; three sons,
Fred. Alan and Andy, and his mother.
Kiia Bonrtaes wore ator mat River-
side-Beach Memorial Chapel, with
l.ni .il In Star of Ihivid Cemetery.
ABRAHAM JAQODA LEWIS
a. of 1S00 Collins ave.. died Mar. 14.
A retired salesman, he .aine here 20
vears ago and was a member of the
Miami iteach Elks Lodge. H leovea
a son. Marvin JoKodO. SorviOOt WOTS
Mar. II at Hellman Funeral Home
with further service- and burial in
New York CIU _______
HENRY LINKER
7. of 2OS0 Park ave., died Mar. 14. An
Insurance man. he osau here from
Belle Harbor, NY. Surviving are his
wife. Florence; two sons, Jacques and
Ellas: three daughters, Mrs. Adele
Eiseiil.erg. Mrs. Adi lane ltlsents?rg.
and Mrs. Helen W.h -h-I.erger. Ser-
vices were In New York, with Rlver-
-ide-r.e.n h Memorial Chapel In charge
locally.
HARRY FRIENOLICH
6. of R33 th St., died Mar. II A re-
tired real estate brok r. he came here
10 vears ago. Surviving Is his wife.
Rose. BarvteM a In New Tork,
with Newman-Cordon Fun. ml Home
in choree of local arrangements.
BENJAMIN LEVIN
6. of 7711 Dickens ave.. died Mar. It.
loiineilv of i hicago. he came here
five years ago. Survivors include hie
wife. Belle: two daughters, Mrs. Shir-
ley Amdur and Miss Barbara Levin;
four sisters and two grandchildren.
Servkea were Mar. 18 at Rlverside-
Beach '1 Chapel, with burial
la Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
MRS. QUSSfE ROSNER
SO, of 1740 NE Mh ave., died Mar. 11.
Formerly of Is Angeles, she came
heie 11 yeara ago. Survivors include
her husband. Hurry; a son, Saul; and
two brothers. Including Saul (Jreen. W.
Miami Beach. Services were Mar. II
at Rlveraide-Beach Memorial Chapel,
with burial In Mt Sinai Cemetery.
AARON Ei BERIWreits.. .
T,t, of 2283 SW 17th St., died Mar. 10.
A car salesman, he came here IS yearo
go from New Jersey. Surviving are
his wife, Tina; a eon, Morton; three
brothers and two sisters. Servicea
were Mar. 12 at Riverside-Beach Me-
morial Chapel, with burial In Mt. Nebo
Cemetery. ^_______
JOHN AARON COHEN
4. of 46r. NW 4th St.. died Mar. *. A
taxlcah driver, he came here from
Boston 28 years ago. He leaves a sis-
ter. Mrs Bdilh Baliey. Graveside ser-
vices wore Mar. 12 at Southern Me-
morial Fark. with Gordon funeral
Home in charge.
MRS. DORA ROSENBERG
S3, of 412 Ocean dr.. died Mar. 12. A
member of the Workmen s Circle, aho
EDWARD KURTZ
67 of 1526 Meridian ave.. died Mar. 10.
A retired tobacco salesman, he "'arne
here eight years ago from New Yoric.
Surviving are his wife. May; a l.r. ther
and a sister. Services were Mar. 11 at
Newman-Gordon Funeral Home. with,
burial In Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
MRS. FAYE NADLER
52 of n* s:,th St., died Mar. 9. For-
merly of New York, she came here 1
years ago. Surviving are her husband.
Samuel: two sons. Bernard and Rob-
ert; and a ttaogbtor. Mrs. Rosl.n s.- id -
man Bon '" "JST
B|de-Beacb Memorial i hapel, with
burial In Mt Nobo Oampwx_______
hairman for raising poitucai COB-
ration at a non-partisan mler-
alionaL cuiitciciice.
Israel rejected Arab claims
ht tho Golf of Aqaba wot an
hni.nd Arab waterway" and
warned that Arab assertio.i of tho
right of blocaado and suspension
of international law unaor tno
Lloak of a "stato of war" claim
threatened world anarcr.y. Mich-
' Comay, deputy diroetor gorv
aral of me Itraol Foreign Min-
frt of Being Happy
"The Art of Being Happy" will
i the subject of the second lecture
i a new series on "The Art of Liv-
Dg" by Dr. Abraham Wolfson this
iturday, 8 p.m., at the Spinoza
buk!cj<:r Forum. A musical pro-
pram will preceed Dr. Wolfson's
and a question and answer
eriod will follow.
ARTHUR J. SOMAJIERFELD
40 of 229 Canclla ave.. died Mar
Property manager for Dundee.
Bstate I'n., he was foinieilv
It,
Heal
with
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Is there a single reason
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MAKE YOUR PASSOVER RESERVATIONS EARIY
Enjoy Your Seders of
FINEST 1D3 DINING
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catuihg roe all occasions
940-71st St.. Miami Beach
Frtt P.H, UN 6-6043 mkm*
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THE ONLY STRICTLY KOSHER HOTEL
WITH PRIVATE BEACH ANO SWIMMING POOL
BELOW LINCOLN ROAD
NEWLY REDECORATED and AIR CONDITIONED
j jOPEN ALL YEAR ROUND AMERICAN & EUROPEAN PLAN
RESERVATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED FOR
jj PASSOVER HOLIDAYS
StDUfim CONDUCTED BY a weu KNOWN CANTOR
IN THf mCST TRAOfTrONAl MANNta
NEW MANAGEMENT
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National Confab
Israel Ribner. director of educa-
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sembly of the I nited Synagogue or
America at the Concord hotel. Kia-
mesha Lake. NY.
R:bner 4ffll M-rve as chairman of
the convention banquet and will
preside at the installation of new
officers and executive committee
He v ill also Dreide at a Torah
Italy lllliinw led by Dr. Max Zuck-
er. professor at On .'ewi>n Theo-
logical Seminary of America.
Ribr.er ha< been a member of
the executive committee of the Ed-
ucator* Assembly since its incep-
an4 vas among the guiding
spirits in founding the national or
on of Conservative Jewish
educators
Roosevelt Temple Has hint
Initiation Ceremonies Here
Roosevelt Temple 33. Pythian
ten held initiation ceremonies
for new sisters Wednesday at Dora
August Hall
New sisters from Gables Temple
I 3 and Flagler Temple 54 were in)
[ducted together with those of,
I Roosevelt Temple
Most Excellent Chief. Rose
Fne.1berg and her line officers, j
conducted the ceremonies. Syd I
Goldberg captained the degree
staff.
PMOM JE -**
STRICTLY -a-
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"Ob f luti"
SERVING 7 COURSE KOSHER DINNER from Sl.63
Catering For Ail Occasion*
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RaaM I. H. Irer, Dirttlt
7 Lincoln ROAD. MIAMI gtAC, ||
Parkma a* Pramiae*
STAR RESTAURANT
SERVING DAIRY, VEGETARIAN and FISH
BREAKFAST LUMCH OtMMM Alto 4. Cart.
15 Years Successful Management Hie Bergman Brother*
R41 WASHINGTON AVE. AJr-Caiaalirfaeeal PHONE JE l.l|j |
ACCEPTING RESERVATIONS FOli PaSSOVu< hOLlDAY
The iw REVLIN HOTEL
KOSHER OWING ROOM MOW OPEN TO TNE PUettJC
nci UXE DINNERS from $1.65
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TELEPHONE JF T-7*t
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Restaurant & Delicatessen
100*. AIR CONDITIONED
1437 Washington Ave.
JE 1-5694
TWO OF THE FINEST RESTAURANTS ON THE BEACH
ROYAL HUNGARIAN "YU3 MEAT RESTAURANT
731 Washington Avenue
SUNSHINE DAIRY & VEGETARIAN RESTAURANT
743 Washington Avenue
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rooms. Otncr rates availaDte.
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by the United Greater Vaad Hakaali'uth European Plan d> Ap'.i avail-
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1741 C01 HNS AYE., MIAMI REACH
CeTTttriietJ tO INrVff-
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STRICT ORSERVANCE Of THE SABBATM
Make Early RcMcrrationtt tor
PASSOVER HOLIDAYS
The Well-Known CANTOR SILVERMAN of Detroit
Will Officiate
PASSOVER HOLIDAYS ft'XL K CELERerATED IN REAL TRAO/TrONAl MANNER
2925 INDIAN CREEK MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
PHONE IE 1-0077
EHRENREICH & STURMAN. Owners
TOe A TtADITrOKAl
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AN-NELL HOTEL
700 E.cliel RaW, Maaaai Reexh
SPfCIAl POR SEftUS ONIT
ha Oar Diaiag leoaa Aaati
S13.&0 PER PERSON 2 NKJNTS
Sawcied Rates tmr t aters
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Paaaaat Caaatar, REV. SAMUEL V.0O0A
Aisittea1 by Syaaajhaaic Chair.
W\ i TRITON HOTEL DINING ROOM
von open
Serving Daily from 5 P.M.
2729 COLLINS AVENUE
PHONES lErJerson 8-4907 IE 1-6C51
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14th Street & Washington Avenue
NOW TAKING SEDER RESERVATIONS
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5:30 PJA. to 7:30 PAL
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2741 W. FLAGLER
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Ramaz Hotel
146 Washington Avenue Miami Beach
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THAT THE HOTEL WILL BE OPEN FOB PASSOVER
CUB HOTEL IS WELL KNOWN FOR ITS KASHBUTH
WE USE "WO CK-: MEAT
which is under the supervision of a well known Rabbi
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*Jewst Her Mian
You'll find complete
facilities to exactly satisfy
your needs in the Kismet,
Aladdin, Scheherazade and
Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a
wedding or a private party I
tfhe
for InformHoni
HAZEL ALLISON
Catering Director.
ceth St. A Collins Avo.
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for social functions with a flair
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iEAUVILLE.....
ON TKi OCIAH AT *7Hl *TM MIAMI MACH
Your every affair
A brilliant eventl
Your guests will be complimented
by an invitation to a function at
the Carillon, largest and most
luxurious hotel on Miami Beach.
Our vast facilities nable us to
add sparkling lustre to ach
occasion For weddings, banqvicts
or any gathering, >Jur choice if
the Oarillou is an indication of
the discerning.
CaN W.IInm- Keif, laaewt Mm|N. U ''
OCfANFRONT 68lh lo 69th STREETS MIAMI BEACH 41. FLORIDA
M&trtMMV
DINING
AT THE CELEBRATED EDEN ROC
MONA LISA DINING ROOM AND BAR
Victorian atmoephere a maaarplaca of alegance
woria renowned for Ita flna franch culaloa. an|oy-
to the atnnga of Aaehe Woden... ana tne
piano art.alry of Sonny Kandla and Ma orcneetra.
GALA ATURDAY RVERIROR
Dancln< to BONNY KBNDIS and hli Society Orchestra
LUIS VAROHA and hi. Latin American drchtaira
THE PAVILION ROOM
enjoy marvalouo lunenoon apoclaitlaa. and J"e'"*
tabla d hot. dlnnora In tnla brlht dellehtful room.
overlooking trie* pool and gardane.
Traditional Friday MUM Dinner*
Sunday RUM "her* Dinner*
- r.aturln. Ston. Crab* and Maine Lobatar
VILLA d'ESTE"COFFEE SHOP
atofraanlng anting for qulca. dolldoua.
Informal maala. taato-tamptlng fountain nan.
and Inaipanalvo UM d'hote """'*
Lower Lobby... opan e *"
Mvers Appointed
Chief of Lurie
Aword Group
S'nnley ('. MyeN has been ap
pointed chairman of the Commit-
tee on H. L. Lurie Fellowships
Award, of the Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds.
Myers is a past president of
the CJFWF and is also on the
board of directors.
The H. L. Lurie Fellowships
Committee awards graduate edu-
cational and research fellowships
in social work through a fund set
up by friends and associates of
H. L. Lurie. former executive di-
rector of the Council.
TV CJFWF is the national asso-
ciation of 215 central Jewish com-
munity organizations, serving al-
most 800 communities in the Unit-
ed States and Canada. The Council,
through its committees, national
and regional offices, provides a va-
riety of central services, including
field service, budgeting, campaign
and year round planning, and
health and welfare planning.
Through cooperative planning
land joint action, it. helps to ad-
vance Jewish communal services
at home and abroad, and to meet
common objectives.
N. Dade Camp
Revealed Here
A summer day camp emphasiz-
ing the physical, mental and per-
sonality development of the child
will lie held at the North Dade
Jewish Center, 13630 W. Dixie
nwy., troni June 16 through Aug. 8.
The program will include all rec
reational activities, including swim-
ming, athletics, cojk-outs and day
trips In addition, there will be
an arts and crafts class, also music
and dramatics under the supervis-
ion of professional counselors.
The camp will be held from 9
a m. to 4 p.m., five days a week
with the camp season consisting of
two four week periods. Transpor-
tation will be available.
Camp director will be Mrs. Dan-
iel Abramowitz, assisted by a staff
of senior and junior counselors.
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Seville
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is served with the same gracious ease!
r*.M Mil OOIDRINO
rw-r.NrRONT. Wth TO 30th STREETS, MIAM^EACH
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OPEN TO THE PUIUC
CONTINENTAL CUISINE and ;
CANTONESE SPECIALTIES
LUNCHEON to 3:30 PM
DINNER 6 to 10:30 PM
DINNER MUSIC
GALA SUPPER DANCING
FROM 9.30 PM lo 1 AM .
HORACE DIAZ'
SOCIETY ORCHESTRA
Reservations
MOUTWOOD WA t-JSU K
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HAUAMD.U MACH liVO.
Between US1 and AU
Where
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ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD ANO COIUNS A VI.. THAT ISI
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occustomed to serving governors as well as other
celebrities and because of its famous hospitality.
delicious food, marvelous service ond sensible prices...
it is the first choice of hundreds for
IUNCHCONS SAIIS MEETINGS BANQUETS
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AND-our fabulous HAVANA MARDI GRAS show Is
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Make plom now Phone Mr. SOITZ. JE 2-2541
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to pemember
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Department is particularly deft in capturing
the special significance of your occasion.
Our Million Dollar Redecoration Program
has made us Miami's largest and finest
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Call Catering Manager: Henry Braun
FR 4-6151
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'1 hereby procknni Sunday. Mar. 30. Combined Inwaih Appeal
"Key Day' says Miami Mayor Robert King High, signinc
p:oclc-c:-_rr. r. rresence of Dr. Morns Goodman. C7A chair-
man- Have you done your part? Give Work CJA
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CATERING IS AN ART
SAM BmUWBfc, Jitw 11I111I11
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Leujf Skerry f
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dvnanve ctco. m hafiww
stops and wall w a-
mum impact," Palanor declared.
Damage to the congregation his
seer
Among &r to report the inci-
_,,-. k.- tafa Mm sgt 1 C
>i 111 of 411 SW 38th ct- His
Ponce de Leoo
hlrd. in Carol Gabies, is several
it.lies away from Beth EL
: Reseau teal me the ex-
pint >wi just about threw him out of
bed." Palmer toid The Jewish Flor-
xuaa. Both men arrived at the
scene at about 3 a.m. Some IS
minutes later. Beth El was crawl
ing with building county, and city
Mrs, as well as demolition
experts, who at first insisted that
:he explosion had been touched off
by \inegar.
Further investigation uncover-
ed a laroe number of paper
yarmwlkes spread rnrooohout the
blast *rn. According to Palmer,
they wore stolon by the culprits
from a roar storeroom and used
to cover the dynamite charge.
"More than half a case of dyn
amite was used." he declared.
"That's enough to raise the founda-
tion of any large building."
Windows were shattered in pri-
vate homes surrounding the .->:;
agogue for blocks around A rail-
ing leading up to the rear of one of
Beth El's buildings was discovered
more than 150 yards away embed
ded in the roof of a nearby home.
April 4th end 5th
Traditional FuM-Covrse Dinners,
complete with all Holiday triaamin
Stock Market
To be Viewed
"The Stock Market and How it
Works" will be discussed at a
brunch meeting of the Men's Club
of Temple Beth Sbolom Sunday
morning. 10 30 a m according to
an announcement by Dr Meyer
Egzr.atz. president.
David Dmcker. program chair-
i man. said the talk will be given
by Menon Gettis. stock market an-
alyst, and mill be accompanied by
a sound film produced by the New
York Stock Exchange.
The meeting is open to Men's
Club members and their friends
The club sponsors the youth activi-
ties program of the
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11-A
08fT LEWISON
ADL Suggests
Pattern Exists
In Terrorism I
Continued from Paga 1 A
lyjterit ractntly circulated In
>e South, and for which some -
mist* in tha intesratiort-sa*}-
atlen borHa hava been respen-
lible."
Iln line with this. Perlmutter has
Ined over to the Federal Bureau
[ ln\estigation copies of a letter
to Nashville parents about a
ago, which was issued by a
.i .led Florida White Citizens
luneil leader."'
The letter declares that "there
U be bomb lessons and instruc-
ts on how to handle fire and gas-
pe for those wanting the in-
Juction from rabble-rousers who
Ire apparently sent to Nashville
that time.
Sholem Lodge
Elects Lewison
Robert J Lewison has been elect
erf president of Sholera Lodge.
B'nai B'rith. He succeeds Harry S.
Schwartz.
Other officers elected at a meet-
ing Max. It in Beth David are Sid-
ney H. Palmer, president-elect; Ed
Klein and Eh Hurwitz. vice presi-
dents; David Rayvis. treasurer;
Sanford Freed, corresponding sec-
retary.
Saul Blake, recording secretary
Harry" Schwartz, financial secre-
tary: Dave Meltzer. warden: Leslie
Engleman, assistant warden: Nat
Newman, monitor: Phil Abrams.
assistant monitor: Harry Good-
man, guardian; and Joe Parker, as-
sistant guardian.
Trustees are Leo Axlrod. Philip
Berkowitz. Ben Essen. Frank Jaffe.
Bernard Ltberman. Bernard New-
mark, Sam Friedman, William
Friedman. Maurice Grossman.
Martin Parness, Sam Schiodier and
Ben Temeles.
Program included a seminar on
the relationship between Orthodox.
Conservative and Reform Judaism
Speaker was Beth David spiritual
leader Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg.
Musk Class Will Change Locale
Music workshop class conducted munity relations department of the
b> Hilda Steuerman in the Miami Miami Public Library-
Public Library auditorium each Mme Steuerman is a Viennese
Wednesday evening will meet at concert p.anist. who has taught in
the borne of Mrs. Helga H. Eason. Vienna. Paris. London and at the
152 NE 46th st at 7:30 p.m.. Wed-, Moscow Conservatory, and is a for-
nesday. for a discussion followed; mer pupil of Arnold Scboenberg.
by a social evening. -Anton von Webern and Ferrucio
Mrs. Eason is bead of tne cot*i Buoni.
SJMKT PAUKf
UM Lists Law
Scholarships
Full tuition school of law are being offered by
the University of Miami
UM president Jay F W. Pearson
announced this week the new patio
approved by the university's board
of trustees.
B.F.Goodrich
TWO GREAT
TIRES
ibbi Tibor Stern
Icting President
Nabbi Tibor H. Stern, of Congre-
Lon Beth Jacob, was this week
bs( n acting president of the Rab-
Jical Council of Greater Miami.
the Council consists of all active
khodox rabbi:, in the area, and is
I rabbinic arm of the United
pabatim Vaad Hakashruth of
{eater Miami.
llabbi Stem said that "imme-
Ite constructive steps are being
len to fortify every rabbinic as-
)ct of a communal nature."
Jlew elections will be held imme-
Itely after the Passover holidays,
i said.
ISRAEL TRADINGS
. NEW YOKK TH. AVIV
10 t. 39th St., New York 16, N.Y.
I fOOO PARCEl CERTIFICATES
foihtr Meat, Coffee, Nescafe, ate.
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All Electrical m* Cos Aaeliaates,
I B cycles, Gifts for Israel,
J'lnstralo, mni ReWi* Certificates
All Travel Arrangements, lersel-
Europe We uve you 10*. on your
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1 Shipilng of Used Cutting, Cars,
Tracks, Gifts, Etc.
Jewish Agencies
Issue Statement
Supporting Police
Continued from Page 1 A
confident that their fall resources
are being used to apprehend the in-
dividual or individuals responsible
for these acts;
"The information within oor
own files has been made avail-
able to law antorcement officials
and is being utilized by them."
The statement pledged that both,
the ADL and AJComuiittee would
continue "to utilize oor resources
in assisting law MBlttfrfUV""' offi-
cials to resolve this problem."
The statement is scheduled with-
in days to be circulated to heads of
Greater Miami Jewish organiza-
tions. Meanwhile, offers of assist-
ance poured in this week to Con-
gregation Beth El.
Radio station WQAM presented
the congregation with $500 toward
a rebuilding fund, and the station
l also announced a $1,000 reward for
information leading to the arrest of
the culprits involved in the bomb-
ing.
Also received by the congrega-
tion were notes and telegrams of
sympathy, together with donation
as low as $5, from Jews and non-
Jews, alike. Churches in the area j
have also offered Beth El their
classroom facilities so that the re-
ligious school might resume ses-
sions as quickly as possible. ^^^
Eight scholarships for
law freshmen will be awarded far
the MSaW academic year. The
following year. HBP OB. toaamem
scholarships will be available te
second-year law staatati and en-
tering freataaea. TW ceenpiete
quota of 20 scholarships nil be
available in the 1S6041 academic
year.
June 1 is deadline for receipt of
applications for September ctasees
Applicants should write to Commit- j
tee on Scholarships. School of Law.
University of Miami. Coral Gables.
Fla.
for
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kinds of driving
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Friday, March 21,ig

Religious Services
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 C*rlyl iv<
OrthodOH. haobi Isaac Ever.
ANSHE EMES. 233S W 19th ivt
tor Morns Zimmerman.
Can
BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ivt Con-
servative. R.ibui r.Ta.vu. Huicou^ry.
Cantor William W. Lipson.
PrMgj I IS i'"' 'mi- Preparing
f..r What?" (inr< Fnabbat hosts: Chll-
Ii.m .it Mi. ami Mis Henry Seidin. In
honor of their MMtt wedding annlre-
i-.ii s.i- da; '' m Bswi Mil"' -1'1
I.i.iii. dauglili-i iif Mr. and Mis rrcil

BETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave. Orthodo.

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

BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman.
Friday i:l"> p.nt, SgtUI itaj H U .i m
rtoi.....n w.-.-kh Poi lion
a
BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washinnton
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
I i laj 5:43 p.m. Raturda) I M m
Quest spiritual leadar will official*.

BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Arie Becker.
i' lay ii ii.m. Satm.lav v.-in a m. Br-
Dion: "A Ransom for Life."

BETH TFILAH. 35 Euclid ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
-
DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CENTER.
11160 NW 2nd ave. Conservative.
Rabbi Nathan H. Zwitman.
FYlilay R:i5 p.m. Sermon: "Can Man
b. (rood without Believing In (".oil""
>.it iriiav ii a in Junior congregation
t.. ..ifi. late

FLAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW 51st pi.
Conservative. Rabbi Murray A.
Alstet.
!' Ula) B:1j i.> Laal Youth s ibh 11 b.
oi season. Guest speaker: Irvin Kate,
principal of Miami Beach High School
Haturna) i 14) m. Bar .\litr\ah: llar-
\e>, son of Mr. and Mis. George
B.winger

HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS. 51 Fli-
mmgo Way Conservative. Rabbi Leo
Heim.
I.Ki i' in RetJgioua Education
Sabbath. Ones! sneaker: Dr. Richard
U iiii.nin. ol Hi.- Dana Count) Child
Guidance Clinic, Bermon "Reitgfc s
An integral Pan of rnieannlllj hell
uida> a.m.
CANDUUGHTING TIME
29 Adar 6:16 p-m.
AMfRKAM ISIAtll
RELIGIOUS STORE
1J57 WASHINGTON AVE.
MIAMI BEACH JE 1-77fc
A BIG SELECTION OF BAR
MITZVAH OUTFITS and
SYNAGOGUE SUPPLIES
Robbi Dr. Tibor H. Stern
311 Washington Ave., M. B.
Phonos: JE 1-2205 JE 1-1969
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3f5l SW 24th
1 ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky.
Km.a. I II an I I IE urn Bermon
'Prayori and Pray-era." Oneg Bhab-
bai boat Man's I 'tub
-
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
r- daj !i:I6 and B:30 inn Sermon:
'The \\:i> ol Life." s.i'iw-'i.iv l :< a m
Bermon: "Habrew Education

MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION
1101 SW 12th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Simon April. Cantor Berele Kelemer.
l-'iiila\ p.m. Baturdau B:3i t na. Ser-
mon: "Faith A Vital Knur."

MONTICELLO PARK. 1*4th at. and
NE 11th ave Conservative. Rabbi
Isaac Lerer. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb.
o
NORTH DADE CENTER. 13630 W.
Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi
Henry Okolica. Cantor Maurice Neu.
IYnli\ VI. Ji.m. Sermon: "line Me
Vi-tir ChlWIieii" l'la\*ihool anil kin-
dergarten students to participate, Sat-
urday a in Sermon: "Weekl> I'ur-
n..ii

NORTH SHORE CENTER. S20 75th
st. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitx. Cantor Edward Klein
Friday I:1S p.m. Sermon: "God In Ihe
Wilderness.* Saturday 1:48 a.m. Bar
MltavaJi: Carl, aoa ol Mr, and Mm.
Alexander Orls; Robert, son of Mrs
Belt) Rattet. Bermon: ""rYeekb Por-
lion
a
SOUTH DADE JEWISH CENTER
Room 315. Merrick bldg U of M.
campus. Reform. Rabbi Herbert M.
Baumgard.
hiliia> 1:11 p.m. Vouth service. Bar-
monettaa by Murray Kutner. president
f nreater Miami Federation of Tam-
ule Youth, ami Mies Maxlne Hnlilnun.
vice president oi Temple Vouth Uroup.
a --
SOUTHWEST JEWISH CENTER. 643*
SW tth tt. Conservative. Rabbi
Abiaham Levitse.

TEMPLE BETH IHOLOM. 4144 Chase
awe Liberal Rabbi Leen Krenish.
Cantor David Cenviser.
Prlda) 1:11 p.m. Sornu.n: "The Tenth
Anutvaraarj of lisral." (Third in n
series ..n -Tenth Vr ol laiael'a In-
d< lendence.") Bsiturda> lt:4S a.m.
Rai Mltsvah: Joel, son of l>r. and Mis
Siiiiii.i U. Klrinman; Charles, son of
Mr an.I Mrs. Mortis Bosenberg.

TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing-
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Israel Reich.
a
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 137 NE 19th st. Reform. Rabbi
Joseph Narot. Cantor Jacob Born-
stein.

TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave
Liberal. Rabbi Morns Skop. Cantor
Herman Gottlieb.
t i Koi moa "The little
Jews Iniuiiv Jewish Uroupa
in the world. Baturda) 1:4a a.m
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Friday 1:11 at s'lrf-nl,- Town Hall.
Quasi sptlitnal learien Itabbl Samuel
Macbtel. Bernaoa: 'What In. You Kx-
lie.-l from Cod?" Guest cantor: Knmn-
Uel ItelKlllun.
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TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
131st St. and NE 6th ave. Reform
Rabbi Benno M. Wallach.
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TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th st. COS),
servative. Rabbi Alfred Waanisn.
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Abraham
Herson Cantor Albert Giants.
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3/J1-28. t/t-11 ''"'']
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March 21. 19M
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Gov. Clement to Address Zionist District
Dinner Honoring Harry Sirfcin Mar. 30
Hembers of South Florida Branch of Rabbin-
1 Assembly of America, consisting of Con-
Knrative rabbis and headed by Dr. Irving
ahirnan. president, tender farewell luncheon
(hcncr of Prof. Max Ant, vice chancellor of
bw"h Theoloaical Seminary. Seated are (left
l right) Rabbi Joseph H. Margolies. Rabbi
Joseph Zuckerbran, Prof. Arzt, Rabbi Israel
Golatarb, Rabbi Herman M. Cohen. Standing
are Rabbis Mayer Abramowitz, Murray Alstet,
Lehrman. Yaakov Rosenbera. Samuol Lerer,
and Alhed Waxman. Not present for photo
taken at Mar. 3 luncheon was Rabbi B. Leon
Hurwitz. Prof. Arzt was winter visitor here.
foreign Correspondent to Address
Emergency Cash Collection Group
I Yehuda Hrllman. noted foreign
Irrcspiinilcn! and former head of
L Jewish Telegraphic Agency
treat! in Paris, will be guest
taker at an emergency cash col-
ktion committee meeting to be
fid by State of Israel Bonds in
i Basque room of the Barcelona
jtel Sunday at 10 a.m.
Ijacob Rifkin. 5200 Alton rd., who
Is been named chairman of the
eting. said that Hellman is mak-
; a special trip to Miami Beach
| report on the economic crisis
Israel today.
I Rifkin reported that wort than
M,M0 in pledges for State of
ir*l Bonds aro outstanding in
kis iria, and the money is vital-
needed by the State to con-
its economic improvement.
v>*S
JACOB flfKIN
"There can be no better birth-
day gift for the State on its 10th
anniversary than the immediate
purchase of bonds as promised by
members of the community," Rif-
kin declared.
Rifkin, who recently moved tr.
this area, is originally from Wilkes
Barre. Pa., where he was actively
associated with the State of Israel
Bond Organization, as well as
B'nai B'rith and ZOA.
During rho past low yaars,
Hellman hat reported major do-
velopments in Israel and world-
wide Jewish news as an on-the-
spot observer and analyst. Haw-
ing returnee! In the sommor of
1*57 from his latest visit to Is-
rael, where he met with the load-
ers or Israels industrial develop-
ment program and acted, as ad-
visor to a group of private Amer-
ican Investors, Hellman is
uniquely equipped to present the
problems of the country's eco-
nomic expansion and needs.
Several years ago, when accom-
panying the Anglo-American Com-
mittee of Inquiry through the Mid-
dle East, Hellman. was arrested by
the Arabs, who wanted to prevent
his dispatches"frotn reaching the
world. The American Press Club
publication, "Deadline Delayed
and Rartley Crum. in his best-sell-
er. "Behind the Silken Curtain
devoted an entire chapter to Hell
man and this incident, which made
international headlines.
Hellman has worked as foreign
correspondent from Switzerland,
France, England and America,
and has covered United Nations
sessions since 1947. He Ms appear-
ed before numerous American au-
diences, and can speak six lan-
guages fluently. ^ _______
YEHUDA. HUMAN
Men's Chapter
Hears New Slate
American Jewish Congress, Dade
Men's chapter, met Wednesday at
the Roney Plaza hotel. Harry Levy
presided.
Nominating committee presented
the following slate of candidates
for office for the coming year:
Fred Barad, president; Rabbi
Jonah E. Caplan. Leonard Fried-
land, vice presidents; Louis B. Ho-
berman, corresponding secretary;
Larry Friedland, treasurer; Jos-
eph Nackenson, recording secre-
tary; Harry Corn, financial secre-
tary.
Gov. Frank G. Clement of Ten-
nessee, one of the youiutst gover-
nors in the country, and former
keynoter at the Democratic nation-
al convention in 1956, will deliver
the principal address at the third
annual dinner of the Greater Mi-
ami Zionist District Sunday eve-
ning, Mar. 30, at the Deauville ho-
tel.
The dinner will honor Harry Sir-!
kin. life president and founder of.
Temple Emani'-El. nd a rounder
ut- the -Bonkf Organization "trf
America.
At a luncheon held at the !
Deauville hotel Sunday, Loo Rob-
inson, honorary chairman of the ,
dinner, said that many Jewish ]
loaders from Greater Miami
have already sent in more than
200 reservations with pledges
that the affair will be oversub-
scribed. Robinson predicted that
this will be the most successful
national Zionist dinner ever held
in this area.
S. B. Schwartz, overall chair-
man of the dinner, expressed his
gratification at the support he is
petting from Greater Miami Jew-
ry, and said that "it will be a great
tribute to Harrv Sirkin and also to
the American Zionist Fund."
Expected to attend aro Dr.
Emanuel Neumann, of New York
City, president of the Zionist Or-
ganization of America; Morti-
mer May of Nashville, Tenn.;
Dr. Morton J. Robbins, Nashua,
N. H.; Harry JaHe, Birmingham,
Ala., president of the Southeast
region; Michael Adilman, Savan-
nah, Ga., and Israel Feiden. St.
Augustine, Fla.
Local Jewish leaders will be rep-
resented by Dr. Irving Lehrman j
spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-1
El: Rabbi Leon Kronish, Temple i
Beth Sholom; Rabbi Yaakov Ros-
enberg, Beth David; Dr. David S.
Andron. honorary chairman and!
president of the Miami Beach Zi-
onist District; Charles Fruchtman,
Jewish philanthropist of Toledo,
O.; Seymour B. Liebman, former
president of the Southeastern re-
gion. ZOA; B. I. Binder, president
of the Greater Miami Hebrew
Academy.
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Friday,
14-A
Ml, IKY 3UNDUN
from the Novelist's Primer: Action Speaks Louder Than Won
GO BACK AND TELL. By Saul Raskin. 196 pp. New
York: Whillier Books, Inc. $3.50.
QCTOGENARIAN SAUL RASKIN is an artist whose
^^ paintings have appeared in several art institution-.,
including the Metropolitan Museum of Art. His illustra-
tions for editions of "Firke Avot" and the Haggadah are
well-known; they are the classical, somewhat stereotyped
representations of Jewish experience, in a style which
makes no acknowledgement to the achievements of modern
art.
Five years ago Mr. Raskin, who is greatly interested
in the mysticism of the Kabbalah, published a book of
rimwinyvjnri t"ni."'v, The book at hand, a novel, follows the same theme. In it
the author explores Ins thinking on life, death. God, soul
and immortality.
MIITO\ I If I I IM 1 V
Nearlv every character in the book is dead ami dwell
ingin a shadowy/ iplttl world. They retain .heir .den ,ti J,
their characters and their particular probU-ms^ s all
qite m.iUcr-of fact. Indeed, as Kask.n ******JfJ
Suction, "The manner is realistic but surrealist c in
, ueneral structure." This can be an interesting tech
niuue if done properly; James Branch Cabell, some years
ago, did it beautifully in his Jurgen."
In Raskins book, however, it docs not come off. Where
it should be intriguing and fanciful, where one should be
profoundly struck by metaphysical ideas presented as cas-
ually as reality, it is only dull and rambling. Perhaps this
is because Raskin has not learned the cardinal rule of
novel-writing: you don't talk about ideas, you dramatize
them. A good novelist takes the abstraction of an idea,
or set of ideas, and clothes it in symbolism; then he
lets the particular stand for the general.
An American Jew Must Sit in His Plane
Washington
|>OES THE STATE Department insist on equal passport
" privileges for American travelers of Jewish faith' This
issue emerged when U.S. diplomatic recognition was grant-
ad to the new United Arab Republic" of Egypt and Syria.
A rare opportunity existed for the State Department
to challenge Arab discrimination against American Jews.
It Involved the human dignity Ol over 5.000.()00 citizens
The United states admit! Arab visitors without regard to
religion. Rut Americans have been barred from Arab
lands merely because of their faith.
Secretary of State Dulles i- devoted to religious ideal?.
This devotion emuied hope that he might insist on rceip-
rocal i laa couatriei respecting Americana of all faiths.
Dulles indicated publicly that the United States would
judge the emerging Egypt-Syria union b) its attitude to-
ward international obligations Arab leaders subsequently
made known they intended through their new combined
state to intensity .inn Israel and. apparently, anti-Jewish
actit ities.
When the State Department made itr decision on rec-
ognizing the new Arab uim. the honoring of American Jew-
ish citizens' passp rta wai not considered a determining
"international obligation Diplomatic recognition was
eMended with "good wishes'" and without mention of this
delect.
International obligations normally include the honor-
ing by any new slate of all U S passports. However, a
State Department source pointed out that America is not
required to insist on this. Officials deemed it diplomatic-
Iff tiff SAtJ'ETKR
ally expedient to tacitly ignore the matter. They were
anxious to avoid a Jewish issue." pointing out that Soviet
Russia is wooing the Arab world.
Syria bars American Jews as a matter of policy. Ex-
ceptions were made for one or two propagandists, des-
cribing themselves as Jews, who visited Syria for pur-
poses of anti-Israel and anti-Zionist propaganda. Dollar-
hungry Egypt admitted most non-Israeli Jewish tourists.
But some were rejected and insulted. Against this back-
ground, it was expected that the State Department ask the
Egypt Syria union for clarification on whether present dis-
criminations would continue.
A State Department official thought this over He
pointed out an interesting consideration. If the United
Arab Republic (Egypt-Syria) were challenged, then what
about America's Arab "friends?" He referred to the
"Arab Federation" now linking Iraq and Jordan. Both
Iraq and Jordan have flagrantly refused to honor U.S. pass-
ports held by Jews.
The State Department is trying to persuade Iraq and
Jordan of American friendship. Their cooperation against
Communism is sought. Knowing the Iraqi and Jordanian
haired for Israel, American diplomats consider it unwise
to press for admission of U.S. Jews.
Pan American World Airways informs passengers that
Jews cannot disembark or change planes at Baghdad. This
applies to Jews of American nationality. An American
non-Jew may enjoy full protection of his passport and
stroll about the airport. But an American Jew must sit
quietly on the plane.
Israeli Ineptitude Common in Public Relations
Jerusalem
THE ISRAEL AUTHORITIES do not seem to have enough
problems with issues they cannot avoid, such as the
country's economic Situation, its international position.
etc but apparently are looking for more. It has become
fashionable lo consider the press as a problemwith cap-
ital "P."
First there was the fight between the correspondents
and the Ministry of F \:tairs. about three months
ago. when the Ministry suddenly imposed severe restric-
tions on the freedom of movement of the newsmen in the
HERBERT G. Lt FT
Hollywood Was Goal
Hollywood
AST WEEK, GEORGE Stevens invited us to the Twen-
tielh Century Fox studio in Beverly HilLs where, on
sound stage 14. an exact replica of No 263 Pnnsengracht.
Amsterdam, the verj same dwelling in whose upper r.u.r
Otto Frank with his tam.lv and friends took refuge from
the Nazis ramatJt) is under construction. There is a
mock-up of the three-storv wooden fr->me has"**** -h
a small spice factory on the ground floor, and the ware-
house and seated oil attic atxe aoon. me laiiicia -..i
Mm on the staircase to recreate the tragedy of human
beings who were hunted and killed solely because they had
the misfortune to be born as Jews.
lt was in the attic near the Frinsengracht canal that
Anne Frank pern a immortal diary .And on Oct.
10. 1841 jotted under a snapshot. "thLs i~ a
pho'o 83 I would w:.-h mvselt to loo* ah the time. Then
1 would ma; >3e have a chance to come to Hollywood." For
Anne was a young girl who wanted to Dee and to enjoy
livi;-
aviea was in her dr-.-ams. but the far-away conti-
nent ct" bed by i means So she
made up a fairy tale about a would-be corresponds**** with
Lace, then abroad as one of Hollywood's better
known stars A gifted wr tteen. young Anne vts-
ualiz.-i! a 'rip to the cinema capital. There is much heart-
break and t i the na am only recently
discovered among Frank's documents and now read to a
soph press assembly by George Stevens. Jr.. son
of the film maker
Ministry ostensibly to prevent "leaks." According to those
regulations, correspondents coulo see officials of the Min-
istry only by arranging appointments through the press
officer, and upon entering the Ministry had to fill out a
special questionaire stating whom are they going to see.
why. and marking the exact time of entry, getting the sig-
nature of the official whom they met and clocking out when
they left the premise-
The correspondents responded by refusing to enter
the Ministry altogether and staying away from the daily
briefings given by the Ministry's spokesman, though these
briefings were held off the Ministry's premises. Ultimate-
ly, the Ministry rescinded the restrictions, leaving only a
few uce saving details to which the correspondents did
not object.
Next came the Cabinet crisis, ostensibly created when
Lamerhav." the paper of Ahdut Avoda party, one of the
members of the government coalition, published a report
indicating that 'a high-ranking personality" was to visit
West Germany The question of the v isit was discussed in
the Cabinet the day before the publication and it was taken
s a clear case of nefarious "leak'' when the item appear-
ed in the paper next morning.
The Cabinet crisis was ultimately resolved after the
Cabinet formally resigned and again reconstituted itself in
the same composition a few days later Th. only tangible
result of the eriaaa was an agreement inside the Cabinet
to bring to the Knesset for approval of a new -State Secrets
Bill which would impose imprisonment or heavy fines on
papers and journalists publishing secret" information
concerning Cabinet deliberations.
BORIS SMOt.AR
Raskin has done just the opposite. He has tak I
general philosophy ana usea it uii me .ia..,v..JlK
which to place a set of characters in order that th'vt
talk about it. at great length, to each other The re J
meaningless exposition. It is quite impossible to idi
with any of the people in the boak. Therefore it is ,
difficult to care about what they say or do.
Raskin, who is primarily a painter, should know t,
art must have dimension, and the simple addition o(
other world is not sufficient to give depth A novel
a painting", must have moad and color. "Go BackL
T.-ll." I am afraid, has neither, and not enough t\l
recommend it.
EDUCATION IN ISRAEL. By Moths Avidor. ]
Jerusalem: Modern Israsl Library 3.
ILLUSTRATED WITH PHOTOGRAPHS, this book i
comprehensive survey of the achievement- of th?J
of Israel in the field of education. Israel's particular!
lema in this field and the method of aohition make ink,
in',' reading, especially with the growing outcry u|
country against our own school system.
Israel, surrounded by countries whose standard]
Culture are much lower than hers, and with wide gap|
tween the levels of culture within her own borders is c
eerned with synthesizing the best of all the culture-
si ate sees a danRer in allowing its people to be craa
toward the lower elements; such a level, they
conducive to "becoming over-confident, narrow minded I
chauvinistic." and they have in mind their young |
particulcrly.
These and other problems, including Arab edita
and teachers' training, are gone into factually
author. Such a complete picture of another
school system has great value. The Israeli high i
curricula alone is enough to put us to shame.
MEEYMLLE MARK
On Innocent Passage
A NINE-MAN ISRAELI delegation headed by Mie
Comay. deputy director-general of the Foreign I
is some indication of the importance given to the f"
nine-week conference which opened here recently I
viw laws relating to the high seas and territorial wit
This emphasis is not unilateral. Saudi Arabui
resented by the very able Ahmed El Shukeiry and I
will have Foreign Minister Mahmoud Fawzi himsetj
reason for this interest is not hard to see. Aqaba i
right of innocent passage will certainly be one of I
controversial highlights of the talks.
The conference is considered the second most ia
tant parley being held under United Nations
1958. Number one is the forthcoming atoms f|
talks.
The maritime conference is the first major
to evolve the first comprehensive international if
on the laws of the sea. The delegates will try to I
one or more conventions covering matters of such I
mount importance as the law of the high seas and*
territorial sea. including the width of the territorial I
fishing and the conservation of the "living resource
the sea" and the continental shelf and the right to(
and exploit its natural resources.
Included under these main headings are such as the "right of innocent passage," penal jurisdictaM
maritime collision, the slave trade, pollution of tti
piracy, including piratical acts by aircraft if
directed against ships on the high seas; also the nati
ity of ships and whether there should be a special
Nations registration, entitling a yessel under certain!
tions to fly the UN flag and receive IN protection^
Public interest has of course centered on the m
issue and despite the hopes expressed by conference I
retary Y. S. Liang that the conference will be one of
tiation and research some fireworks are expected l
tally in the light of Saudi Arabia's recent decisioni
tend its territorial waters to the 12-mile range in U
of Aqabathe Gulf itself is only 16 miles wide.
The Saudi attempt to get international appro1"1
what is a v irtual blockade of Israel's new Afro-Asian
let through the Port of Elath is not expected to nw
for a variety of reasons, but essentiaily because the u
States, Great Britain and France stand by the traaiw
three-mile limit.
The Soviet Union and Eastern European coun
have stressed the right of countries to establish tneir^
territorial water limits. It is known that they too
the 12 mile point of view.
Keeping Anti-Americanism Out of Spotlight
pROM TtME TO time I am asked what Jewish^aniza"
-h.AT ",AB,ntl ?r? doui* about American firms
7*1 dj*cfunu^ d'4 business with Isra.
l^,h T2L^f aTg JCWS ^^out the
that friends of Israel should know them.
.All that I can say La that some of the Jewish or
zations have been looking into the matter The Je,
War Veterans organization was at one time particularly
determined to start sction against certain American well-
known firms who complied with the Arab reques
ceased dealing with Israel. ,
However, the matter lemained under itudjr.
where is still stands today. There is no douw
i m mating American Brau would not reel e j
name Jsted pub!.. ,
Some of them have thousands of h -JobiW
try. and a good many of these clients wow ^j^
r to deal with competitors rather than u ,,
yielded to the Arab pressure against Israel _. rtU
tkoj ar ignorant of the fact that they Pa VTwisb fJ
lid/ wuh the Arabs agauut trw J


March 21. 1958
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15-A.
t|OAL NOTlCi
NOTICE UNMR
ru-rirlOUS NAME LAW
(*T,HKIIBBY OfVEN that
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i .,",(. Hi'- fictitious name of
P N"r,ri I./said nnms with the
J> lit i ouri u. Da i
1 Owner
OAVID MmDONNA
-Ml r. s.'Ml I.MAN
M. i-apian
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LEGAL NOTICE
WOTMM UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOlM .- IB ncKi i: i i ;,\ r.N thai
the under Igned, desiring I
luiulnuu. it it !>. I,.. '!. ii>l. .. ..
LEGAL NOTICE
. .Hda.
Bom nncr
.I'-l.II s LOWENHARDT
1/7-14-21-28
IN TH-
IN AND
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tinrirE TO CREDITORS
?0R*DA. IN PROBATE. No. 43025-A
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1 ,i required i pr -"' W
:'., demand* which yoo. er
',. ,nav have a*altrt the
th, from the date of the
,ul,llo.l..n hereof, t^l'i '' "
. contain the legal ad-
r3nr^-irssia.,,sr,ss
l!.,n'- fot LHlaU BttilBger.
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
tin- nndarslgiiod, daglrlng to anggna In
business under the fictitious m
JAYMAR HOTEL al 1(85 Jamei Ave.,
>"-. '.ii Reach i-'iii intend i.i
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
Bole owner*
MYRON HET7.KV '
Jl-l'I'M S. KETZKY
OEOROE .1. ALBOUM
Attorney for AnplU-anta
Ml IJncoln l:. .hi
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Plaintiff,
ELIZABETH K i; AI.I.AiillKIt.
I fendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOI ELIZABETH K. OALLAOH-
1 i: Hnerlilan Street, West lly-
attsvllle, Maryland, are required to
Mi. ,r anawer to the complaint of
dlvorci Bit* tha Cletfe of the above
Court and aerva -. copy thereof upon
ii Cohen. Attorney, 1905 c..n-
greaa Build 1, Ploi Ida, on or
before April ft, IMS, or else complaint
a ill be taken aa i onfaaaad.
luted thu llth das or Maroh, l!".s.
E. B. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk
(seal) of the Circuit Com 1
a i,to U,.A. CLBA.RK. ,,,
i<-|.iiv t lerk.
I 14-tl-lft, 4/4
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring t<> engage In
business under the fictitious name of
IMrd STREET BHOPP1NQ CENTER,
at 14ZL N.E. IMrd Htreel Dade Conn-
ty, Florida, and Intends to register
sal.i name with try clerk of the cir-
cuit Curt of Hade Count*, Florida.
Foon FAIR PROPERTIES. INC
a Delaware corporation author-
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of Florida.
DATED at Miami Beach, Florida,
thi- Ird dav of March. IMS,
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_THE COUNTY JUOGEV COURT
In and for dade county,
m florida. in probate.
No. 4J791-B
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SARAH ZINOARO,
NOTICE TO CREDITOR*
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NOTICE OF APPPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
File 52106
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
Nathaniel W Blegel, holder aa a-
lg-nee of City of Miami Ta\ Bale I "'
tlfli atea numbered SllSd and 5"S1. "lated
the .'.ill dav of June, A.I'. 1!44, has
RM said certificate* in my oi'fl
hw. made application for tax dead le
hUNM thereon In acrordanoe with law.
Said i-.-i tlfliiili embia.i the fnllowlna
deanibed property, situated in Pad.
County, state of Florida, lo-wtt:
Lot n. Btoo* I Northern iiotilevnrd
1 ,.,, 1, iv.,; Book -'. Pas* -'' '" ''"
Citv <.f Miami. Countv of Had.-,
Btate of Florida, aa embraced In
Certificate No '"''" The
in. nt of yai.i property under the
said certificate l-Mied was In the
of VnknoKii.
Lot 1 I, Bk>CS ". N-rth. rn BpUl
Tract, Ptal Hoc* I, l-ae -"', In the
Cltv of Miami. County of Itarte.
Btate of KI..1 id 1 ad 1 1
tlflcate No, MM. The asMeae-
1 property under the
Iflrate laeued '11 Hie
name of Uaknown.
Union -ild certificates shall be r-
1 ,. cordlna to law, I
lasue thereon on the th day of April,
'..lid' this 4th day of March. A.i>.
K. It UBATHHRMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court. Imd' Korida
:: 7-1 l-L'l-L'S, 4/4 ^___^_.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUT OF FLOR-
IDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY. No. 207843
CAHI.i; A8BCRY and EMMA DEE
ASClltY. his wife,
Plaintiffs,
*
ELECTRO CONPTRCCTIOS CO.,
INC., ,1 dlasolvod Florida corpor-
.lt I. II. .ils.,
I- 1. ndants.
NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION
TO: ELECTRO CONSTRUCTION
CO., INC., a dissolved Florida corpor-
. 1 Ion, and the last named
Board ul Trustees, to-wit' (JRORC.K
1: BRADFORD, I. M. MATTESON
anil S V JACKS' iN, and the UllklloWll
. aucaaaaora in Interest, true-
ti aa, or any oth.i party 1
throiiKh, under or aualnst any named
ilion or l-Kal i-iitlt>; all llllKown
parties havlna 01 '.inning to have any
right, title or Interest In and to the
property involved in this suit, to-wlt:
and I, Block :., OLYMPIC
HEIGHTS, according to the l'lat
thereof, recorded in l'lat Hook 10.
Pafi t, of the Public Hc.-oi.Ik oi Hade
County, Florida:
OI- AND EACH OF YOU, a
hei.-iiv required to aarva
nawer or pleading to the amend-
,..l i-oiniil.iint in the above deacrlbed
..ii the attorneya for the Plain-
tiffs, BERNSTEIN a MILLER, Con-
gt saa Building, Mi iml, Fli Ida, En 1
to file the o.imml anawer or pleading
in the office of th.- Clerk ol the Clr-
,. ,n Court on or before the 1 ith day
of April. IMS; and if von and each of
von fail ao to 00, th n "I an 1 nded
complaint "ill be taken "* confeased
kj rou. The amended coniulaint filed
. is for tha purpose ol quieting
th.- title to the above deacrlbed prop-
arty,
witness my hand ami seal of thla
1 niin on thi llth das of March, 1958.
i: B. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk
,,.,,,!) of the Circuit Court
! JOAN SNBEDKN,
DopUty Clerk.
h-M.s/l .________________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCU.T OF FLOR-
IDA, IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY. No. 58C1869
W.M. I. IIE1.M8,
PhUnUff,
vs.
MAYO I.' d'lSE HELMS,
l n fondant
ORDER TO APPEAR
Yi.r, MAYO LOUISE HELMS: 1750
M11ll1.ru Drive, Reno, Nevada, ale
In r.ln notified that 1 <.....iplalnt for
divorce lias been tiled against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
vour answer to the Complaint on
plaintiffs attorney. Claude M. Barnes,
Ml Calumet Blag., Miami, Fla on or
before the I'-lh day of April. 19.1H. and
file the orlRln.il In the office of the
Clerk of this Court If von fail to do
so Judgment by default will he taken
against you for the relief sousht.
I ...tell..this ,7th ..lay -ot Marti 1SJH. ,
K. H. EEATHEIt.MAN, Cl.-rk
(seal) of the Circuit Court
By: JoAN BNBBDEN,
Deputy clerk.
3/14-21-2*. 4/4 ______
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, deatrlng to engage in
bualneaa under the fictitious name of
MMtl.lN INVESTMENT CO tnol In-
corporated) at 1M North Shore Drive,
Miami Beach. Fla intend to n
aid name with the Clerk >>f the Clr-
Bull court of Dade County, Florida..
BERNARD RODINS
MARY II RODWS
IAI.IAN. >l"l-' A.- W.M.I.Elt
Attorneys for Applicant*
1-21
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
solicit* your legal nodes**.
We appreriale your
patronage and tjuaranMej
accurate service al legal
rortHs
Phone FR 4-4366
lor meesenger bettIce
LEGAL N0TIC1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
bualneaa under the fictitious name of
j & J AUTO sai.es at is Hlghwa)
No. I. c.oui.is. Florida Intend t.. reg-
!., M with th.- Clerk of the
circuit Couit of Dade County. Florida.
s. .le l rs/nei
jack WALL
I \MEs' T DUN80N
JAMES DAVID LIEBMAN
Attorney for Applicants
anue
.' 18. I 7-1 I- -M __________^^___
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ml ITICE IS HBREB1 t!l\ EN that
the undersigned desiring u
bualneaa under the fl
ANN'S IMPORTERS at 10M Uncoln
Ro id in tb< '' \ i-t Ml
Ftorlda Intel '"''.''r
Mid i "ith the (Terk of the lr-
ill Courl of Dads fountj
;,, Miami Hi- h Florida, thla
** WbnAN}N HOROWITZ
khitii I'.r.mi'A
Attorm y fot Appl ant
'iilldlng
h. Florlla
2, 7-1 '-21
NOTICE UNOeR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NiiTlcE IS llEKKBV GIVEN that
I ned deslrin
\ TRIM MI"E aff'tK
'' i-lor da In-
fi.rk id circuit Sinn of rw ""5 ,.,;, V-H V ..K..SNMKF
2043 8.W. Hth Teriaco
Muni, Florida
-iiM'iri' OOI.DEN
Mini n. v loi Joseph A. I-eosnotr
H :< m____________________________
k a T.rm of the Children". Cour*!
the County of Onondaqa. held a* "
County Court House m the City oi
Syracuie. New York, on the 2h day
of February, 1968. ,
Prent: HON. LEO J VEHLE. Judge.
IN THE MAT TEH OB THE.
Ms.fTI'iN
of
LOCI8 KHWARD PHHTK
I an Inlanl under 14 yeara ot '
I Upon reading and filing the petit'1"
r.f KENM-Tll W. WKICIIT AND
ll.i'ls s WRIGHT duly verified ""'',,
KHh dav of February. I*'-". 'Kl'.l .i>
|ft>' the adoption of I.OUIR R4>WARI>
lll'.'-K .,,,1 upon the affidavit of
iKRcn, MARION SMITH rw K and
lAlMii.pn ii. urTTAR dulv aaacuten
|nd acknuwledeed on tb Tb dav or
IKrtruarv. 19*.R, whereby It apr*"T"
|lhnt i ... i... ( ot the
ImM ROBERT WALTER PECK, f"e-
punipttvf father ol said Infant are
I nnknesm n i km '-- ___
, "RI'Klll-li, that ROBERT WALTER
I'l't'K >.how cause before me. on the
-'-'I dav of April. Ill I, at i <'-I'-ck t"
'he afteinnoii. r as soon thereafter
aael ran be hoard, rnj an ordar
ng tb
[Mid adopti,,n; ,nrt It Is herebv fur'her
IN THE COUNTY JUDOE-8 COURT
In AND FOR OADE COUNTY. FLOP-
IDA. IN PROBATE. No. 4Z964-B
"' ,:;;,;^n:E a/eicitenstettek.
"NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All I '"-'" ""V-
jlm, ,,, iie.n.ili.ls Ag.un.-l -.'-
;.;,,'''::,,:'\";;:::-'f;';
HTEN^:
rut o.-.-ea-ed late of ME Getajto
Eloii.l.i. to the Counts Judges ... M-'e
Couiuv ami file the same Init hell ot-
flees in the County Courthouse in
,.;,',,e v-.iun.v. nSSdn. l"n,0?,fK
caiaedar moijtha from the date^of the
rirM publication hereof, or the same
"'Varolyn i.iciitenstetter.
,,V> ACKBRMAN. Co-Ejevutors
of the Estate of I.UClle A. Ucn-
etter. I.....'"""?;,. .m
MYEIts, HE/MAN KAPLAN.
Mtorneva, Eleven Fifty Bldg..
11M .W. 1st Street
Miami. Florida.
l/T-14-tl-M ._________
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS 111 HI in lil\ EN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
the flctltloiii nam< '
m RXITI'RE OUTLET at
J410 North West Mth Btroet, Miami,
Intends :
with the cieik ..f the Clrcull Court ><
Hi.],- County, Florida.
Miami FURNITURE OUTLET, Inc.
i .' I _____
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to em
bualneas und. th. I ame JEWEI.EI-S MRftSENGER SBRVII E
at 7 Dadt I. nl.li.i-.
Miami El... Ida In.on I- to reg
name itl. the 'Jerk of the Circuit
....."'"-"'.......KWo
I.i:\vis. in FREED
'ttorn. % n for Applicant
ii a Industrial Hank IliiiMing
>. M-21-2<. 4'4_____
''" n ropy hereof In th- peal
... \ew V..ik. -
the ,1 ,ii. 'I--! vih'li '
cur.
NOTICE BY PU3"-ICATi0.NTiaK
co8ntyA .nnChanc:ry.
KMMA ROHKKTA RKE1'.
Plaintiff.
SYI-VESTEi: REED,
"'su'ItFOR DIVORCE
Ti. sylvestpr nrKO
,.- R LEATHBRMAN. .
.1-ultC...... P-d.
Ieal) > '' ,, ., j ,|,,K
not rMAN OOLDBTI
rv mM i
fur rialntlff
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1th JUO C.AL CIRCUIT IN AND
r->o e.oe COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 58C1541
..in.i.AKi- N. BEELER,
Plaintiff,
EUNICE BEELER,
nefeiidant. .._,-,
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
*" teenSrierth. 8]..... CM*|
Toil are herein notified that bill
for divorce has been filed agalnal you,
and M", are required to serve a copy
,,f .,,,, gnawer to '! complaint on
plalnllffs atlornev. W. Kk-nt Jarneaon,
7l N.W. Mth sir .1. Miami. V <>rl "a.
and file the ..Hlnal thereof with the
"nrterslpnct clerk of the courl on ..t
l.f,ee March 11. IS-1*, otherwise B
!,:.' judgment will be .-...-, e.l
a8Dan.:'dVa';'-Miami. "'*. *">
dav of Febrnarr, mt
y E. B. LEATHBRMAN. Partial
art. A ci.i:\i:e, Depet) ci.ik.
I/M, I/7-W-I1____________
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 4801702
KARTIIV T BENNETT,
Plaintiff,
BAR AH C BENNETT.
Defendant. .,n-n-
SU1T FOR DIVORCE
TO: SARAHc HENNBTT
c/o s.i "'<''
Angler, North i'i...llna
Y......i. hen "' '
of Co,n,.lai.it for Divorce hi bet
filed again I you, and you are r.
. ,.,,v of your An-wer ol
Attorneya, POIX
,. j2o Mil ai i" Mile, ran
KI. Ida. and f'e ''y. '"'r,". !
\.w.., ,., Pleading in the office of the
flrcull c
he Ith das t I *..... '"* ", ^'"'']i
,,, ,,,, -,,. Judgement bj Sal will be
,, th. el '1C-
manded m the Hill < .....nl-.'.'C.
";",N,,. AND ORDERED
Florida, this 3rd day of Maich. A.U.
K r. 1-1: V THKHM W. ci.ik
flrcull Court. PaJ*
l-e ill Bj 1. A. 1 X1'^' .
""*" Ii,,, ity Clerk
3/7-H-21--'5 ^____
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engaue In
buali the < tloua name of
AM MAI.I.EN CO. (not in.- i :" '"
No .Miami Ave. Miami. I-la into,id
'to reglste. i.i .nine with the i le k
of the Circuit Court of I'ade County.
n,,r, fjLAD.YS LASER
AMOS BENJAMIN
At tome) fa Applicants
oral Way
I Il-tt, i, i-H
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 5SC2059
LARRY PIERCE,
Plaintiff,
VS.
ELEANOR PIERCE, :
Defendant. _____ I
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ELEANOR PIBRI E
94 Union Street
Hollleton, Maasachuaetta
y,,,i .,,, >,.,.,.. n i I i. i ."at l-i-l
, t Complaint fo Divo has been
tiled against yon. and you are icipilraa
,,, ., An wi or
Pleading I ol C.....plaint on
the plalnl "- Atl ,rney, M H I. \ I N
s.iiAi-. i i: md Ayanua.
Miami, Florida, and file the original
\n-w. r o Pie idlna h the offl of
the flerk of th. ''"'" "" '"'
ISth daj .,. April, L9..S.
.ot. fail to do so by default
,i. i ,.i the Kill
This notice shall b
, ,,i, week fot
i THE JEWISH KI.ORIPIAN.
DONE AND )RIERED .,1
13th day of March, A D.
B LBATHERM LN, '
III Court, Dad. f lunty, I
B) JOAN HNLEDLN
Deputy C k.
MEI.Y1V S.-II.M
.nil S.W. Jlel \.
Miami, Fli
Attorney for Plaintiff
I, i 1-11
IN THE COUNTY W**''f*?
IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY^
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 427OT
IN He ESTATE OF
MURRAY SMITHKCN-
p..eased
NOTICE
,,Je TO CBfeDITORS
To All fradlkara and All P/rapna Ha\-
rne Clamia or I), nutnda Against BBM
^Yol.'.at-l each of you ar. hrehy
noti,led and required ^ preaent any
claims .....I demands wMr* you, ar
either of yoe. ">l hnm agnliiHt the
f .Ml Kit AY 44MITHKO de-
,...,-..,i late of Pa c. nty, lloii.ia
t,, the H......table Count* Jud
K,e> Cunty! nnd Pe IM "!'' "
Kelr otfie.-H In the fount! Courthouse
l nade Coui ly, Florida, within eight
calendar montha from the date of tne
Rr* .ubHaetlaai kaaepf. 14ld c alma
o. demands b. contain the leg.
, ., f thy- claimant and Ik be
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCU'T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FL0R.DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. MC1932
111.I.EN WINBLAND,
Plaintiff,
m .i.i.is '] WINELAKD,
I .. :. n int.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO lll'I.I.IS F WI.VEI.ANli
la- ..km-l Drive
Baltimore 2 Ma viand
Yon II.d.: IS K WlXEl.AND are
.. notified that .. I'.ii ol I ow-
. rot i' ''
ggalnal v..n, and I to
ipy of youi tnawel or P '*'-
log to the Bill ... Comolalnt on
pK'ntrrrs attorneys, WE1N N,
u ,:i.nsti:in a- v. EINSTEIN, 2i Lin-
coln Road, Miami Beach. Florida and
the original Anawer or Pleading
In the office "i the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit cant on or before the nth day
Of April. I".- If '' fab to mi so.
ludgment b> default win be taken
again*! you for the relief deman. ad in
the Bill Ol Complaint
T.iis notice shall b. published nnee
each week for four ...nsecutive weeks
l TUB JEWISH fl .1-11)1 A
I...NI-; WM .mi'l-RI-" "t wnil.
El... i.la. this i".h day of Man It ft 0.
E It 1.EVIHEP.MAN' C
Clrcull i I' 'A"'".'.T-i- ir''
I-. ,n By l> 11 Rl' E. IB.
"" nity (lerk
Wdi stein. Wrinatela Wciiist.-la
4*0 IJncoln "I Heach, I-la.
Attorney, for Plaintiff
1/14-11-I, I _________________
. .1 ..ii .',..
I persona., at the last
h. "-
| ,. Last forty-two da>
e
t>
,,' *"h.i such s. ll> '"
ii and inallraass '-
. i a .
' ttil-i appll
, TEH I I'"
CMldran'a Court
Of i>nondaa, N.Y.
Ill
NOTICE UNnFR
F'CTITIOUS NAME LAW
.celt atari -i !""
County. ''I"I',:;,1IV B BBMaTrlN
ner
I.I.R A GARS
npllcsnt
1998 S.W. 1st St.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Hh JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANO
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR DA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 207187
HERMAN COHEN.
mnlntlff,
FfERNARD M sIH'TKIn;. and
BOARD OF TRADE, a Florida
corporation,
'notice "by publication^
To Al.l, parties rlalo.lna Interest
l- through under, or agalnsl tb- ...
feudaols ...rein, and to all partla.
..,,.,,!,_. ,.. have any rlghl
,.,i, ind nteresl In the properti kare-
,-v.i,,i,
o.nev. 11"
e, Kii.iida or or h I "''"
,-/'..,.. '-HI Wlllbe lake,,
H- ti I
, ... f the Circuit Court
t/u-ti-n, t l .
t,V ".oi";.i'.'.s..nt'eVi s- sf....."*,'; ;;"'
rHI i See se, nn .M.l wr
Ihe I"*** Ptohste A.-J
!.*; ,'w,i sM.T.i-
,,s-XvALTER c KOV>1
Exetagterg "f "be "Wtnte of Ml RRAY
SMITHKEN !' i ..,se,I
KOVNER M \NNHE1MBR
H\ Witifrr C. K 4-" KltfoTn Rnrtd
Miami Beach, FloHda
attorneya Eseut*rs
J 'is -t 7-VI-21
iM THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ;AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 5SC15M
HAROLD W. t.RR
yV'A'sCr,Ih0MP- orr. res.de.ee tm-
snlwn^m are ordered file v
Hied SUM fo. m
""fn Cbrk of said Court and fUrh-h
COB] inc..-,. Wo..d. attorney_ for l-laln-
tHT \Y FlaaHM-. Miami. FV, on or
I'efore Maid. Slat. 1M8. r bill 111 be
laken as confessed.
Date,f ^ ^t*!.rman. Cerk of
rsssBl the Circuit c.,rt
'Tv JOAN 8-NBEDEN. Deputy clerk.
1,28.1/7-14-11 "
ATTENTION ATTORNEYS!
CO-#*a4-rfwfiV f7TFITS
Lowot Price8 QulC-wrt aHli^ry
in Soutk Florid*
can hvb mwisH rLORioiAit FR4-43I


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Dries Says ILS. Aid Wife BarreJ frt Re^j?__
can roe
AT BEAUTirUl MOUNT
YOU MAY REST ASSURED!


-...SOCIALITE
Birth Dai* Five-year-old Joffrey Alan and
three-year-old Bonnie Susan are announcing the ar-
rival of their baby brother, Arnold Bruce, who was
born Mar. 5 Eight pounds, five ounces .
Mr. and Mrs. Milton H. N.dol, of 8321 SW 32nd st.,
are the parents of the threesome Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Cohen, of 6336 SW 13th St., are the grand-
c"*MJ
ornan s
IJUcM
itdliewiwiisltUBoifiidliiaun
Miami, Florida, Friday, March 21, 1958
Section B
"*!MS a bouncing boy for Miami publicist Hsrold Gardner and
,. .i i.nM CurtiM Loo arrived at Mercy Hospital on Mar.
RSl lie jol^Morrlt. 6. and Lynn., 3 Their father is PR di-
Lior of the Fontainebleau hotel.
u Minnie Orht celebrated her 75th birthday with a big open
?' ifit l Pennsylvania ave. last Mar. 16 Mrs. Oritt, who
E3 for 15 years, is the mother of S.muol OrHt a director
Crlmpl" Beth Sholom He's also on the board of governors
Eje National Children's Cardiac Hospital, the executive board
E the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, and prominent in
t Bonds for Israel drive and other civic and charitable organiza-
Samuol's wife. Solma. doesn't sit home either She's a di-
rtor of the Cancer Institute of Miami, and active in Hadassah.
it Sinai Hospital Women's Auxiliary, and many other groups .
1. and Mr.. Oritt are also the owners of Lakeside Memorial Park.
Portrait of a*bu.y"oJrl N.ney Freed, daughter of Mr. and
l/jes. M. Fr~d. of 131 SW 51st Pl. ... A University of Florida
3 she is women's chairman for one of the political parties and
adoverheels in campaign plans for the coming elections a school
. She's also just been appointed to the executive council of the
liversity ... .
That's not all. though Nacy keeps her grades up and was
[stalled in Kappa Delta Phi, national education honorary .A
elta Phi Epsilon member, she and her roommate and sorority s\s-
r Undo MoMor are both mentioned in this year s issue of Who s
,o on the University of Florid. Campus" To top rt f off.
,ncy has just been appointed to the Blue Key Speakers, and shell
fobably be coming to Miami in the spring to speak for the uni-
sity before different groups.
Think Nancy's busy? Think you're busy, too? ***"
-but probably not to match J.y SmHh. who is not only the or-
istra leader at Miami Springs Villas, but also is an industrial
(Continued on Fafo B-B>
Emanu-EIPTALists BK HAT MEANS BIG HEART
Passover Institute
PTA of Temple Emanu-EI re-
ligious school will sponsor a Pass-
over Institute Tuesday evening in
Sirkin Hall at the Temple, Mrs.
Norman Ciller, president announc-
ed.
Institute will acquaint parents
with various aspects of the holiday
with special emphasis on prepara-
tion for the Seder.
Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu-EI, will
explain the Passover symbols, and
a question and answer period will
follow. Chairman of the event is
Mrs. Harold Hirschfield.
To Mark Chili's Day
Stephen S. Wise group of Hadas-
sah will have a noon luncheon at
the Crown hotel Monday in ob-
servance of World Jewish Child's
Day. Rabbi Morris Skop will be
guest speaker. Pattsy Abbott is en-
tertainer.

Rabbi Rosenberg to Speak
Louis D. Brandeis group of Ha-
dassah will have a Youth Aliyah
dinner at the Fontainebleau hotel
Sunday at 6 p.m. Rabbi Yaakov
Rosenberg will be guest speaker.
A "Colonel" in Key Day Brigade. Mrs. Harry Smithj(left)se-
cUs first Key ^ "^SSf^SSJu. vT^toffi-
from her neighbor, Mrs. Joseph Friedman 1 2 W. Palm Mia
way. Hibiscus Island. Mr.. Smith is one of Key Day Army
of 1,000 who will set out Sunday. Mar. 30. to visit some 6.000
homos in Dade county.____________________________________
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Friday. March 21 j||
r
Gefllte Fish Loaf Like Mother Used
To Make: Simple with Right Product
TV phrase r. :ates jwst Hke
nulhrr-" ha* ahwas? nwgir roo-
notation Mother was srerays sup-
posed to have a been a great cook.
and whatever sate made tasted ab-
solutely woaderfal -
->onal Passover dishes, this
phrase certainly has a tot of mean-
ing Now we have a traditional
Jewish specialtyeefihe fish in a
jar whsei 1- really like mother
-*k< I: 15 appropriated
encash called Mother's Old Fash
toned GefiJle Fish and will delight
any gourmet's htar.
' cup chapped parsley
salt
- pepper
2 eggs
>i cup potato starch
>4 ctap melted butter
>4 cup liquid from jar
It is made of course, of the
choicest whttefiih. I just
right and prepared with that ex-
pert still for wh.cn all Mother's
products are so justly famous.
Here is a spec*/ rvaaoewr recipe
fcr Planked G. Loaf that
nil be i at the
r -.ible:
: jar Mothers Gefrtte Fish
1 >mall onion, minced
chopped celery
Delegates to be
The Sisterhood of the Hialeab-
Sprsnes Jewish Center will
m Mi pm- at the Cen-
ter
iegate* will he ap-
;
of ft* i League of Ha
- ......
us a good
year for...
GANELES
LENGER
WINES
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3 tomatoes, halved
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on a large heat-proof platter.
Beat the egg into the mashed po-
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asparagus in the spaces left for
them.
Place the platter in t'.ie oven for
10 minutes at 375 to 400 degrees
or until the potatoes are slightiy
browned and the vegetables are
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sauce if desired.
Serves 6.
N. Shore Chapter j *2** fc*,
In Double 'Tenth'
Center.
Israel* Tenth Anniversary and
Ours" will he the theme ol the
tenth annual donor luncheon of
North Shore chapter, Bnai B nth
Women, in the Casanova room of
the Deauvitle hotel Wednesday Center
noon. I Night"
Mrs. George Baltuch. president
of the Florida State Federation and
past president of North Shore
chanter < donor chairman of this
summit'' event of the year.
As a feature of the dual cele-
Vratiort. the* progress of tueh
B'nei B'rith protects in Israel as
the Home for Emotionally Dis-
turbed Children, the Veteran's
Hospitrl in Tel Aviv, and the
Martyr's Forest of Trees will ho
reviewed.
North Shore chapter of
B'rith Women will hold "^
monthly meeting Monday uV?1
at the Deauville hotel. ^
'Cabaret NrnJrt' Softrdoy
Dwde Heights Jewish Community
will have i "Cakw
Saturday evening ^
frocooAs for Israeli CJiil.rei
Orah chapter of Mizrachi Women
will hold a spring dance at the
Casablanca hotel Saturday evening.
Proceeds are for brteflrnf childret
in Israel.
'Monte Carlo Social'
Temple Emanu El Young AduftJ
met Wednesday at the temple h
a "Monte Carlo Social."
Special awards, honoring mem-
bers h have supported B'nai
B'rith efforts locally and national-
ly will be presented Over 400 will
view the crowning of three "Donor and membership chairman, Mi9
Queens." The program of enter-1 Milton Shaw. In charge of resent
tamment has been arranged under
the direction of proixam chairman
Mr>. Ivan Becker, of the Deauville
hotel.
Others contributing to the event
are ways and means chairman.
Mrs. Benjamin Berkowitz; don
secretary. Mrs. S. David Coha
Uons is Mrs. Lawrence Westafl
Mrs. Lester Arkin is chapter prej
dent.
Proceeds will to Israel projetnl
| as well as to the Leo N Levi Hoe
tal at Hot Springs. Ark.
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Sholom Women
Nahum Astar, Israel Consul Gen-
eral for Southeastern United States,
was guest speaker at the tenth an-
nual book donor luncheon of the
Sisterhood and PTA of Temple
Beth Sholom Wednesday noon, at
the Temple, according to a joint
announcement of the two prosMsnti,
Mrs. Sol S. Pine and Mrs. Harry
A. Lack, respectively.
Mrs. Arthur Courshon, chairman
of the event, said that in honor of
the tenth anniversary of Israel's
independence, the luncheon featur-
ed a dedication ceremony, during
which the Israel section of the li
brary was formallxjjedicated, wi
shelves in memory of the late Leo
Danerhirsch, George Dubrow, Hen-
rietta Gordon. Kate Greenbere
Saul Herman, Millie Kaufman and
Estellc Fenias, and in honor of
Henry Fertig.
In addition to Astar's talk, there
was a dramatic reading from re-
cent Israeli literature by Jeanette
Miller and Boris Pritcher.
To Demonstrate Appliances
North Dade chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women will meet Tuesday
evening at the North Dade Jewish
Center.
Florida Power and Light Co.
home service representative will
demonstrate the use and care of
small appliances.
President to be Honored
Sunshine Rebekah I-odge 9 will
give a banquet honoring the visit
of Alma Mae Kruger, president of
Florida Rebekah Assembly, Tues-
day at the Royal Hungarian res-
taurant.
Lcessful Purim carnival at Jewish Home for
fe Aqed brings additional funds to Combined
[wish Appeal. Shown purchasing first tray
lade by residents of Home's ceramic class is
[rs. Henry A. Kauimann (left), member of Na-
DelegateW
Histadrut Guest
Third Seder Here
.sovir tribute to the State of
el on its tenth anniversary will
ftunl at the Histadrut traditional
Id Seder celebration Sunday
lint1. Apr. 6. in the Algiers ho-
IMiami Beach.
best of honor will be Mrs.
[ar Shoham-Sharon, member
Le I>rael delegation to the Unit-
lations. and Louis Segal, exec-
member of the Jewish Agen-
<>i' Israel.
eatured on the festival pro-
will be the world renowned
ko, S'tdor Belartky, who will ,
excerpts from tho Bis-
Haggadah of Passover, os
as innovation* linked to tho
fcevemonts of moelern Itrooll
bars.
record attendance at this
s Third Seder is expected, ac-
png to J. Z. Stadlan, acting
tonal Council of Jewish Women volunteers.
"Sales ladies" for day are (left to right) Mrs.
Sidonie Gluck. Mrs. Sarah Bills, Mrs. Pearl
Kroner and Mrs. Minnie Berliner.
strip
MRS. TAMO* SNOHAM-SMAMN
president of the Greater
Histadrut Committee.
Mrs. Tamar Shoham, a second
generation sabra (native of Israel).
was educated at the Haifa Reali
School and London University, spe-
cializing in Middle Eastern affairs
and Arabic studies.
During World War II, Mrs. Sho
ham. who was then in Great Brit
ain, volunteered for service with
the British Army, and with the
rank of sergeant was in charge of
libraries in the Western Desert.
After the end of World War II,
Mrs. Shoham was sant to Eu-
ropa, whara she took on active
part in tha raseua of displaced
persons and in organising their
immigration to Palestine. When,
after tha establishment of the
State of Israel, a wave of North
Afrcan Jaws started towards Is-
rael, sha was sant there to in-
vestigate conditions on the spot.
In 1950. Mrs. Shoham joined the
Ministry for Foreign Affairs. She
first was with the Research De-
partment, and in 1952 was appoint-
ed head of the Office of the Direc-
tor General.
Miami Since August. 1955. Mrs. Shoham
Pre-Teen Group to Meet
Leonard Vrieslander is chairman
of Dade Heights Jewish Commu-
nity Center pre-teen group sched-
uled to meet Tuesday evening,
Apr. 1, at the Center.
has been a member of the Israel
delegation to the United Nations,
her special field of activity being
Economic and Social Council Af-
fairs.
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sferhood Picks Mrs. George Goldberg;
her Officers, Board Members Named
Reception to fete Prof. Buber's 80th Birthday
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SiaaerhaM) of Twaae Eanm>-E
hej a eaaRaaa of m> !!* and
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V-* acteeR art Mrs Genra*
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Mrs Arthur Apadehauir if trea^
urer Mr* H M Canec. rerardmf
secreurv Mr* Michael Salmon
nainplaBr aeeretary Bin. Jack
ur> Mrs Benjamin Suuir. aactai
secretary. Mr* Mittac SmJUi aud^
tar aikc U-i
retiring

American Friends of the Hebre*
Bajjaersrt? il! hue reception Tarle'on hotel Thursday
htmorre; the Nth birlhdsT of Prof-
Martin Baber. araaeasor emeriti
f aortal philosophy at Hebrew
UancrsitT
The reception a-fll be bridintbe
inivemity room of the new Dopant j
-tar. n. 1
Dr. Paul K. Van*, chairman a#
tK* department of philaaaphy *
tna University at Miami, wiM
tN(k on "Bobar ** Eaismtahai- ,
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Beth uaraa tonrrer,oo
spe*k '
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Bsfii SftoJora Seder listed
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Friday. March 21.
mo.. mutiA* tooorm
She is Winner
Of Queen Contest
Winner of tr-
of the M jpter of
the Ci'.y of Hope was Miss Slinarr.
black-ha.'
F-u"cn; at Miami Senior H
The contest was held at a Punir
part]
has been ac-
ie a an znd
other community projects She
of
Jdii-
She is the dau. Mrs.1
Esti
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Freshest,
fruitiest
flavors
Housewife Casts Eyes at W. Miami Politics
A housewife nd mother is
planning to run for West Miami
( it> CouncJ in the Apr. 8 elec-
tions
She is Mrs Louis < Lynnej Lev-
in, of 6405 SW 11th st.
In addition to the fact that she s
lived in West Miami for over
even years. Mrs Levin feel> she
has a host of other facts to rec-
ommend her.
Iln sa tent' in pslittci was
actually precipitated by an ac-
_ii~- te bar IS-year-old son.
Roper, who was struck down by
a drunken driver several yaars
The Levins came here from
Bethlehem. N.H.. where Mrs.
Levin was the city's first hon-
orary mayor"" and president of
the Bethlehem Resort Assn.
Since we had a Town Hall type
of government, there was no pre-
- mayor." she said, by way
of explaining the title.
But when son Roger was struck
down while delnerwe newspa-
M an early morning route
here, and when Mrs. Levin saw
that Florida's drunken driving
km meted out hardly any paja>
uhment at all to offenders, she
launched a campaign to have ef-
fective legislation passed.
To begin with, she formed
and became prasidant of the
Florida Save-a-Lif* Council. In
aenecrecy
addition, *ho became chairman
of the safety committee of the
West Miami Junior Hioh School
PTA.
Her campaign launched. Mrs.
Lev in made trips to Tallahassee,
spoke with Dade county represen-
tatives there, as well as with city
and county officials of the Great-
er Miami area in between turns.
In 1957. Mrs Levin was pre-
sented with the National Safety
Council Award of Merit for her
efforts in behalf of effective ac-
tion against drunken driving.
This startad the Pf**Y' *tk-
hairad fcouaawrfe tfcinfcin*. -
for. she knew It, aha became
chairman of the advisory board
of the Leapee ef Future Voters.
"Sowehow;: young people have
been tails** me. no one avar
takes tetter opnions mto epjv
sidaraMaa) er aaka them
speak ua> unless they r bawl-
ed before some authority oat
charges ef juvenile oWirafwaai
cy"
According to Mrs. Levin, -our
future voters have a right to be
heard nowthe serious ones, the
intelligent ones, the young people
who are a credit to our commu
nity today and its leaders tomor-
row.
If we let them speak out now,
to offer suggestions yes, even
to criticize some of our actions
there may be less delinquency.
There will certainly be more de-
mocracy '
One of Mrs. Levin's purposes
in running for Wast Miami City
Council is to make sura that tho
yocng will be neard. "This will
certainly be the case if I'm
elected," she vows.
In iddilion. she hopes to push
improved recreational
facilities for pre school to Got*
Ae needs; sensible budieUM,
that residents get the main,
benefit for their tax dollar, u
"above ail. continued good ouh
safely. "
Wi-h all these propositions. M
Levin children agree (ro,
Roger to vena, a, to Mark,
And, of course, they ill m
their mother will make the |
Uest councilman of all.
TEA
RICR ROBUST.
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Scroll Dedication
At Temple Sinai
iy. at 2 p.rr. a Torah scroll
be presented to Temple Sinai,
Jewish Community Center of Hoi
ly, ,-\ bv the Mmyan Club of the1
Temple. The dedication will take
place at the Temple. 2030 Polk st
The procram will include mes-
sages by Harry Ind.ch. president
of the Minyar. Club, and Sy Mann, i
president of Temple Sinai.
Rabbi David Shapiro, spiritual
leader, will bo beard in a brio* I
address.
jating in the pro-
gram will be the junior and ser I
choirs of the Terapie under the
direcuon of Cantor Vebudah Heil-
braur.
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pttarjtoch 21, 1958
onor Student Gets Scholarship
.NEW YORK A 24 year-old
Arab honor student, a senior in
lhe school of Education, has been
J*arded tbe third annual Judah L.
Mimes Scholarship, donated by
,n American foundation at the, He
Lrw University ol Jerusalem, it
L,s announced here Wednesday.
Judah L. Magnes Foundation, Inc.,
and chairman of the board of direc-
tors of the American Friends erf
the Hebrew University, disclosed
that the award for 1957-58 had gone
to Butrus Najeeb Dally, a native
of Kfar Yussuf, Israel.
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James Marshall, president of the Marshall, prominent Nw York
attorney and a former president
of the Now York City Board of
Education, said that Dally, who
plans to pursue a career as a
teacher, matriculated in 1954 in
tho Hebrew University's Faculty
of Humanities, where he major-
ed in history, English and phys-
ics.
He subsequently transferred his
interest to Oriental Studies and de-
cided to qualify for a Bachelor's
degree in the School of Education.
The Hebrew University student
has a younger brother who is a
sophomore enrolled in the Jerusa-
lem university's Faculty of Agri-
culture.
The Magnes Foundation estab-
lished the scholarship in honor of
the late first president of the He-
Zamora Women to Meet
Sisterhood of Zamora Jewish
Center will hold a luncheon at the
Sylvania restaurant Thursday
noon, Mar. 27.
brew University, Dr. Judah L.
Magnes, American educator and
rabbi who died in 1948.
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Friday, March 21.19|jJ
Greenwalds Tell
Barbara's Troth
Mr. and Mrs. Gene A. Green-
wald, of New York and Miami
Beach, announce the engagement
of their daughter, Barbara Joan, to
Donald V. Cole. Mr. Cole is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Cole, of Bal-
timore, Md., and Miami.
The bride-elect graduated from
Miami Beach High School and at-
tended the University of Florida,
where she pledged Alpha Epsilon
Phi sorority.
Mr. Cole, a graduate of Miami
High School, will graduate in Au-
gust from the University of Florida
School of Pharmacy.
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Tucker Robins
Miss Sonia (Sunny) Tucker and
Philip L. Robins are engaged.
Miss Tucker is the daughter of
Mrs. Yetta Tucker. 2380 Coral way.
and the late Louis Tucker. Mr. Rob.
ins is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jo-
seph Robins, 1598 NE 109th st.
Hiss Tucker, a graduate of Key
West High School, attended Katha-
rine Gibbs Secretarial School.
Her fiance is a junior at the Uni-
versity of Miami, where he is a
member of Sigma Alpha Mu frater-
nity. Alpha Phi Omega service fra-
ternity, and Sigma Alpha Tau, avi-
ation honor fraternity.

Ives Strachman
Miss Muriel Strachman and Her-
bert Steuer Ives were married Sat-
urday, Mar. 15, in Cleveland, O.
Mrs. Ives, a resident of Cleve-
land, is the daughter of the late
Mr. and Mrs. J. Strachman of Wat-
erbury. Conn. Mr. Ives is the son
oi Mrs. Mildren Ives. 2729 Collins
tve., Miami Beach, and Mr. L. H.
Ii-aacson of Cleveland.
Alter a wedding trij> to Las Vc
{las and Los Angeles, the couple
will live in Cleveland.
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Michelowitz Reiman
Mr. and Mrs. C. Michelowitz. ol
Jacksonville, announce the engage-
ment of their daughter. E'.ta, to
Marvin A. Reiman. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Israel Reiman, 62* Collins
ave., Miami Beach.
The bride-elect attended Bernard
Raruch School of BuaineM Admin-
istration. Mr. Reiman is a gradu-
ate of Miami Barber College.
e o o
Jaffee Baer
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Jaffee.
848 80th St., Miami Beach, an
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Carole, to Sheldon Lloyd
Baer, 10 S. Shore dr., Miami
Beach. He is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Herbert Baer of Shakei
Heights. 0.
The marriage will take place on
June 1.
Miss Jaffee graduated from Mi-
ami Beach High School and at-
tended the University of Miami.
Mr. Baer is a graduate of Ohio
State University.

Benjamin Moss
Mr. and Mrs. Medwin Benjamin,
675 N. Shore dr., Miami Beach,
announce the engagement of their
daughter, Harlean, to Stanton R.
Moss, son of Mrs. Dolly Benderoff
ind the late Arthui A. Moss ot
Detroit. Mich.
The couple will be married May
31 at the Eden Roc hotel in Miami
Beach.
Miss Benjamin is a graduate of
Miami Beach High School and at-
tended the University of Miami.
Mr. Moss is a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Miami where he was
president of Alpha Epsilon Pi fra-
ternity.

Herman Schwedel
June 1 is the wedding date set by
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en8t;rwordksC1orParAmer[ca World Airways, teaches his profe,
sionaJ."*S%vU three nights a week, and m ; spare Ume-if
any-heads a household which is comprised of Mr.. Smith ana tour m
Academy WomJ
Meet Wednes*
Alt
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The
MISS GKttHWALD MISS TOM
Miss Eichner
Eyes July Rites
The engagement of their daugh-
ter. Flora, is announced by Mr.
and Mrs. I/wis Eichner. 327 Jeffer-
son ave., Miami Beach.
Her fiance is Barry Feigenbaum,
850 W. 40th st. Miami Beach. He
is the son of Mr. Joseph I. Feigen-
baum.
The bride-elect graduated from
Miami Beach High School and at-
tended the University of Miami.
Mr. Feigenbaum attended school
in New York, the University of Mi-
ami, Massachusetts Institute of
Technology and Fashion Institute
of Technology.
The couple are planning a July
wedding.
General meeting of the
Academy Women will
Wednesday noon at the
hotel.
According to Mrs. Benjamui,
pel, preaident. a review of
month's activities will be reni
by chairmen of various projetSl
report on the progress of the ii
nual yearbook will be given
Mrs. Isidore Spolter and Mrs.
vid S. Andron.
Mrs. Andron will also tell of |
success of the Brat donor luncn
held at the Deauville hotel.
TT. Mrs. Irving Firtel was
man.
Plans for the Binyan Bankl
eon to be held Apr. 16 at thej
lin.; hotel will be discussed by]
Joseph Shapiro, chairman.
Arrangement for the annual 1
tory dinner dance will also I
mulated. Highlighting the
I'.-inurimiJ
Jewish Holidays." presented
Mrs. Henry Wernick and Mrs.|
ing Firtel.
She Sends Her
Traditional Token
When trie SuPont Tarleton hotel
opened here, a traditional tradi-
tional for Miami Beach philanthro-
pist Jennie Grossingergarland of
orchids was sent the hotel's offi-
cials to mark the occasion.
Mrs. Grossinger. a noted hotel-
woman herself, makes a habit of
sending the orchids whenever a
new hotel opens in the area.
The garland consisted of 12 or-
chids on driftwood, with airpiant-
and Spanish moss. Pansy Flower
Shops were in charge of arrange
menta.
Versatility however, is the keynote of the entire Smith band .
His musfca Md'emen include a practic.ng attorney, a business executive,
JSTrSlnSI bandmasters, as well as several other comb.naUon
musicians-etceteras!
Golden Wedding Anniversary bells ringing out to*-*"***
Jo~ph M. Wildman, of Miami Beach and Rochester ]N Y last Friday,
Mar 14 Open House was held at the home of their daughter and
son-in-law. Mr. and MrsJiat Levine Their other daughter, Mrs.
Mendel, Jr., came down from Rochester to join the celebration .
Wildmans also have two grandsons.
Guesting at the Sagamore hotel are Mr. and Mrs. Mas Nedler, of
New York City Thev plan a Cuba and Nassau cruise before return-
ing home ... Mr. Nedler is president of the Nedler Furniture Company
in New York. .
Joel Steven Ostrow celebrated his birthday Mar. 14 with a bang-up
dinner party His mother, Mrs. Mildren Ostrow, of 4140 N. Meridian
ave., was hostess to 20 boys and girls at the Bonfire restaurant The
evening was topped off with a round of bowling later Joel is in the
fourth grade at North Beach Elementary School.
Spring pledges at the University of Miami include Lynda La Bie,
daughter of Mrs. Estelle La Bie, of 8918 Fioude ave., and Judy Sollo-
wey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. Solloway, of 152 S. Shore dr., both,
pledging Alpha Epsilon Phi .
Henrietta Goodman, a Delta Phi Epsilon pledge, is the daughter
of the Raymond Goodmans, of 3681 Flamingo dr. .
Phi Sigma Sigma future sisters are Madeline Himmel, who lives
with her guardians, Mr. and Mrs. H. Wolff, of 926 Lenox ave.. and Judith
E. Rosenborg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Rosenberg, of 1370
97th st.

More on the College Set Linda Ruth Bernstein, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Avery J. Bernstein, of 4456 Nautilus dr., is among the new
students attending Western Reserve University in Cleveland, ().. during
the spring session ... A graduate of Highland Park High School in 1956,
she is enrolled in the Flora Stone Mather College of the university .
Tamara Friedman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Friedman, of
3160 Prairie ave., was cited as a Junior Wcllesley College Scholar, rec-
ognition for a high level of achievement in scholarship, at the annual
spring Honors Day Convocation there recently ... A Miami Beach High
School grad, she is majoring in economics.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bernard, of 1242 Alton rd., were just waiting
for the arrival of Mrs. Bernard's brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Wolf, of Lakeland, before starting to celebrate their 45th wed-
ding anniversary this month .
The Bernards are the parents of Mrs. Jack Low and Leon Bernard
of Miami Beach They've been residents here since 1946.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Phillips, of 126 SW 21st ave., announce the birth
of their grandson. Jack Brian, to Fred and Helena Phillips, Tucson,
Ariz. Jackie joins 20 month old Paul Steven. Maternal grandpar-
ents are the Irving Bochners, 99 SW 30th ave.. Miami .
RABBI
Ceaservetive, ceagr*
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> Caster, cultivated be
? very assskaL Esperie
cenartaatiaiwl
speaker,
sorites*
Experienced I
school instructiM,
> connectien with temple in Mmm|
' vicinity. Best references.
Write JS, Box 2973,
JEWISH F10RIDIAN
MIAMI II, FIA.
CAMP DIRECTOR
Desired for Summer Ooy Cow (
Jewish Cemtmmity Center.
reseats to J. M. Freed, 127
Aveeee, Msswi ,Ho.
FOR RENT
Renee Lynn? Herman and Robert
M. Schwedel.
The anouncement is made by
the parents of the bride-elect, Mrs.
Gail Herman. 7115 Rue Granville,
Miami Beach, and Mr. George
Herman, 1945 Marseilles dr.. Mi-
ami Beach. Mr. Schwedel is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin K.
Schwedel. 6630 Indian Creek dr.,
Miami Beach.
Miss Herman graduated from
Miami Beach High School and at-
tended the University of Florida.
Mr. Schwedel is a graduate of New
York University.
e e
Wruble Leach
University of Tennessee medical
students Miss Diane Iris Leach
and Lawrence David Wruble were
married Sunday in Memphis, Tenn.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Aaron Jacob Wruble, 842 Lenox
ave.. Miami Beach. He attended
the University of Miami where he
was a member of Alpha Epsilon
Delta. At the University of Tennes-
see he is a member of Alpha
Omega Alpha and president of Phi
Delta Epsilon.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Ben Leach of Memphis.
She attended the University of Ala-
bama where she was a member of
Sigma Delta Tau and Hillel.
They will live in Memphis.
ROYAL PALM HOTEL
DINING ROOM WILL BE OPEN
for the
PASSOVER HOLIDAYS
In Real Traditional Manner
1545 COLLINS AVENUE
For Reservations Phone JE 1-73S1
Fred, Helene and their children will return to Miami in August,
after serving four years in the U.S. Air Force.
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Rosenfeld, of Brooklyn, N.Y., are spending their
24th wedding anniversary at the Algiers hotel .
To celebrate the festive occasion, they were invited to attend the
opening of the new DuPont Tarleton, with Mr. and Mrs. John Ginsberg,
of Miami Beach Julius is an executive with Service Supply Co.!
largest hotel, restaurant and hospital supply company in the country!
TEP Dedicates
House at U of F
The University of Florida chap-
ter of Tau Epsilon Phi formally
dedicated its new $210000 frater-
nity house in ceremonies Sunday
in Gainesville.
The ultra modern two story
structure is second only in size to
the new Pi Kappa Alpha house,
and is the largest chapter house to
be built in UF's fraternity row.
Officiating at Sunday's cere-
mony were Sidney Suntag, na-
tional executive secretary of
Tau Epsilon Phi; Aaron Kan-
ner, Miami attorney, president
of the Alumni Assn. of Tau Alpha
Holding Corp., and of the Florida
Alumni Assn.; and Robert Shor-
sJein, of Jacksonville.
Architects for the building were
Leonard and Robert Glasser, of
Miami.
University president Dr. J
Wayne Reitz attended the ere
monies. Following the dedication
ceremony, there was a public re-
ception in the new hou
TEP has been active on the Uni-
versity of Florida campus siocfl
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MRS. AAKON FAtt
imians to Attend
:tion Conference
L. Aaron Farr, of Miami
h, president of Southern Inter-
[Regional National Council of
|h Women, will preside at the
L's biennial conference in
lonvillo, at the Roosevelt ho-
ar. 23 through 26.
ling the conference will be
) delegates, representing 24
Sections throughout Flor-
eorgia, Alabama, Tennessee,
Carolina. Kentucky, Arkan-
nd Louisiana. Advance res-
pn> from delegates and other
II members attending indi-
fi::! this will be the largest
regional conference yet held.
legates will gather for the
pe of bringing Council Sec-
within tht region into ctos-
r contact, to demonstrate new
techniques, to discus* common
problems and alma, and to pro-
vide a fuller understanding of the
NCJW program.
Theme of the conference, "You
and Your Community," wHI be de-
veloped at comprehensive discus-
sions and workshop sessions.
Special interest luncheons have
been scheduled to aid in the imple-
mentation ol the NCJW program of
education and social services in
each section's local community.
Among national officers attend-
ing the Jacksonville conference will
be Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, of Coral
Gables, national vice president,
wlio-will tn> key not i' speaker Rt the
opening session. Others will be
Mrs. Nathan Dermon, of Memphis,
vice president and regional pro-
gram chairman; and Mrs. Milton
K. Sussman, of Pittsburgh, nation-
al recording secretary. Mrs. Suss-
man will be principal speaker at
a banquet Tuesday evening, and
| will highlight NCJW's internation-
al program.
Mrs. Samuel Gertman, of Coral
Gables, will participate in the
community leadership training
program luncheon scheduled for
Mar. 24. Mrs. Gertman is one of
20 NCJW members from all parts
ol me United States who attend-
ed a special training seminar last
fall. Mrs. Lee Ackerman, of Mi-
ami, will conduct one of the ses-
sions on community services.
Regional officers attending from
the Greater Miami area are Mrs.
Aaron Kanner, parliamentarian,
and Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, corres-
ponding secretary.
Delegates from the Greater Mi-
ami Section are Mrs. William I.
Brenner, Mrs. Norman Tatar, Mrs.
Samuel Berlin, Mrs. Ben Lond, Mrs.
Maxwell Hyman, Mrs. Robert
Lewin, Mrs. Bob Schwartz and Mrs.
Jean C. Lehman.
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Aviv Matzoh
Here from Israel
Another tasty and tempting
Israeli product will be making its
appearance in stores here soon.
The product is Aviv Kosher for
Passover Matzoh endorsed by the
Rabbinical Council of America.
The matzoh, which made its bow
here last year, has the hechsher of
Rabbi Reuven Katz, chief rabbi of
Petach Tikvah, Israel, and has the
official "U," signifying its kash-
ruth, of the Union of Orthodox He-
brew Congregations.
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lie Shawanguck Mts., an a beautiful, sparkling lake 100 miles from '
1 York City. All land and water sports, including Horseback Hiding, .
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ni. Mu.ic. Dance, ate. DIETARY LAWS OBSERVED. Mature staff *
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Business Doesn't Prevent Her
From Advancing Her Artistry
An extremely profitable busi-
ness in Brooklyn has not prevent-
ed a Dania. Fla., woman from
recently publishing a book of
Yiddish poems.
She is L*na (Mrs. Max) Edel-
berg-Raskin, whose husband ex-
ports street buses to South Amer-
ica, and who manufactures com-
mercial bodies and refrigeration
units in the Brooklyn plant.
Th* Pe*ess, who is also n
accomplished painter, divides
her book, "Lieder," into four
sections entitled "Nature," "In
Memory," "On Suffering and
Sorrow," and "My Mother
My Children."
The book is illustrated with
some of her own pithy paintings.
"Upgenart" ("Cheated") is an
example of the poems in this
book: (Freely translated from the
Yiddish)
*" I aiRjit"my lover
I lie in silent thought
He does not come
1 have been wakeful all night
Earlx morn' is arrived
I am weary and betrayed
He has exchanged me
For a Queen oj Hearts
Mrs. Raskin is the sister-in-law?
of Harry Raskin, 2374 SW 11 th
st., Miami, noted horticulturist,
whose three newly-developed va-
rieties of mangoes were exhibited
last week over television station
WPST by the Agriculture Depart-
ment of Dade County.
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Call for Appointment JE 2-2351
Auxiliary to Open
Treasure Chest
Grea'cr Miami Women's Auxil-
iary. J'wish Home for the Aged,
will hold its annual opening of the
treasure chest Tuesday noon in the
Rubaiyat room of the Algiers hotel.
Mrs. Trudy Ilamerschlag, chair-
man, will be honored for her ac-
Children's Fashion Show Due
North Shore Jewish Center Sis-
terhood will meet Wednesday eve-
ning at the Center. In conjunction
with the PTA a children's fashion
show will be presented.
Dora Stein Ladies
Will See Play
Dora Stein Sisterhood of the Is-
raelite Center will meet at the Cen-
ter Tuesday evening.
Program will include a play des-
cribing the Jewish holidays, and
entitled, "Days of Our Year." Par-
ticipants are Mrs. William Dickson,
narrator, and Mrs. Herbert Marko-
witz, program chairman.
Wednesday noon, the Sisterhood
will hold a luncheon at the Israelite
Center, with proceeds for the chil-
dren's Passover Seder. Mrs. E. L.
Eisner is chairman.
MKS. TkUUt HAMUSCHIAG
complishments in this project.
Funds from the annual treasure
chest provide the largest source of
income for the Women's Auxiliary's
fund for the Jewish Home for the
Aged.
First prize for award winner is
an all-expense paid vacation at
Grossinger's in New York.
r/iey Have Games Night
Dora Stein Sisterhood of the Is-
raelite Center held a card and mah
jongg party Monday night at the
Center.
Tckjs BB Girls
Install Members
Tags cnapter ot B'nai B'rith Girls
held its installation ot members in
training Sunday, Mar. 9. at the
home of its heartthrob, Marvin
Baida, 1721 SW 14. h si.
Installed as members, in a cere-
mony conducted by president. Mis
Harriett Kitchner, were Debby
Blumenthal, Lee Davis, Linda Da-
vis, Donna Epstein, Penny Gold-
berg, Glenda Penner, Marie Ros-
enthal, Marilyn Rudes and Marcia
Sperber.
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Zamora in $150,000
Expansion Program
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Lhitect's view of propoaed new Zamora Jew- Gables. Launching of $150,000 building fund
[Center to b contructod on site adjacent campaign is announced here.
Lesent structure at 44 Zamora ave., Coral______________________________________________
The launchinl of a $150,000
building campaign under the
chairmanship of Gerald Yanks was
announced here by Nathan Davi-
dow. president of the Zamora Jew-
ish Center.
Expansion plans call for the
construction of a new edifice on
the-BrWncent r ttfe present
structure at 44 Zamora ave.
Tha projected new buiWinn
will, for rha fir*t Hme in Coral
Gables. housa a complete Con-
servative Jwih community
cn*r facility, includin a sanc-
tuary, auditorium, social hall,
kitchen, complata roliious
school, yowth activity room*,
chapel, library, mooting room,
and administrative office.
Chairman Yanks announced that
a campaign organization is being
established to meet the campaign
needs.
"Our campaign will be of a type
which I am sure will appeal to
everyone," he declared. "At no
time win tnere be any public solici-
tation of funds. Instead we will
conduct the sale of memorials and
honorials to our congregants and
friends in the privacy of their
homes." '"
Abraham Ma left, honor ar y
president of tho Center, who is
serving as challenge 9ir,s chair-
man for the drive, was best to
the initial challenge gifts meet-
ing at hi home Sunday.
"We expect, as a result of the
efforts of oi-r .volunteers, to pro-
duce electrifying results within
the forthcoming days," Maloff pre-
uicted.
The campaign will be an inten-
sive six-week drive, kick off rally
for which is scheduled in the near
future.
Honorary chairman of the buil 1-
ing fund campaign is Philip Cats-
man. Honorary vice chairmen are
John Bigman and Col. Sidney Pal-
mer. Vice chairmen are Joseph
Cohen and Al Engel.
Feldman Elected President
Bernard Feldman. of Beth David
Young Adults, was selected "Pres-
ident of the Year" at the recent
Presidents Ball held at the Great-
er Miami Jewish Community Cen-
ter. Runner-up in the annual con-
test was Samuel Soldinger, of
'Temple Beth Sholom Maccabees,
i Proceeds of the President's Bait
jare contributed to the Combined
Jewish Appeal.
fupplies. Vernon C. Hill. Grand Union
amp Lists Teacher
nming for Tots
I Daniel Abramowttz, camp
of the Summer Day Camp
Vorth Dade Jewish Center,
ced Wednesday that Mrs.
re Powers has been retain-
imming instructor for the
eason.
. Powers, a qualified Red
Instructor, has taught at the
I Pool for the past five years.
Abramowitz said that regis-
i are open for children ages
[ for the camp season of two
periods from June 16
In Aug. 9.
Grand Union Lists All-Time Sales High
.,_._ ~, *.-,-, am cii "Pull decentralization, achi
Bf Seder Scheduled
|plp Judea will hold its ninth
Passover Seder on Satur-
^pr. 5, 6:30 p.m., at the Tern-
he Seder will be conducted
bbi Morris A. Skop and Can-
krman K. Gottlieb.
An all-time hh* of $427376.672
in sales was achieved by the Grand
Union Company during the 52-
week fiscal year ended Mar. 1.
1958 it was announced this week
by Lansin P. Shield, president of
the Eastern food chain. Total sales
for 1957 were 14.4 per cent above
the previous sales record of
$374155,488 set by the company
during the 52-week fiscal year of
1956.
Sales of Grand Union, second
oldest food chain in the **
were not only the highest in the
company's 85-year history during
fiscal 1957, but the upward trend
was continuing as the year closed.
During the five-week period ended
$43 119,566, an increase of 15.9 per
cent over sales of $37,196,355 in the
comparable period of W57.
Mar. 1,1958. sales totaled $43,119,-
566, an increase of 15.9 per cent
over sales of $37,196,355 i
comparable period of MW.
'Full decentralization, achiev-
ed during the ** 12 months,
greatly strengthened the com-
pany's operations and was of ma-
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new sales record," said Shield in
releasing the 1957 figures.
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Union, one of the nation's most
rapidly growing food chains, was
another highlight of the year.
Thirty-two new markets were
opened, 13 acquired, and four en-
Urged and renovated. At year's U*
end. Grand Union was operating[?
3*4 markeU in ten eastern states, If, L
the District of Columbia and Can- ?
ada. This compares with 354 stores
in operation at the close of the
1956 fiscal year.
The company plans to open ap-
proximately 40 new markets dur-
ing the current fiscal year. Thirty-
one will be food markets ranging
in size from 15,000 square feet
in smaller communities to 30,000
quare feet in larger cities and
shopping eenters. The other nine
will be Grand Way Saving Centers,
huge "super general stores" up to
90,008 square feet in size that will
carrv a full food line and as many
a 25,000 non-food items ranging
from refrigerators and television
sets to wearing apparel for the en-
tire family.
The first Grand-Way Center of
1958 opened on Mar. 4 in Pough-
keepsie. N.Y., to bring to four the
number of such centers now being
operated by Grand Union.
Dania Jai Alai Palace
Season Drawing f Close
Only about two weeks of play re-
main before Roy A. McAndrews
draws the drapes around his "Show-
place of America," better known as
the Dania Jai Alai Palace.
This is the fifth season of the
famous Spanish sport at the Dania
plant and it has been the greatest
ever-hot h in attendance and mu-
tual handle.
The Diamond Doubles Stakes
tournament is the feature event on
the program at this time. Stakes
games are played every Tuesday
and Thursday nights during the
month of March. Semifinals will
be played Tuesday, Apr. 1, and on
Apr. 3.
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American Jewish Congress leaders welcome
"Carolina Israelite" publisher Harry Golden
(third from left). Shown are Mrs. Benjamin
Kamen, president of Florida Women's Division.
AJCongress; Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, presi-
dent of South Florida Council; Mrs. Charles P.
Feinbsrg. notional vice president of Women's
Division; and Haskell Lazere. Southeast region
director.
Integration Our Business, Publisher Says
Fannie Hunt in Gift to Sd
JTAy Direct Teletype Wir.
NEW YORKNovelist Fannie Hurst has made a gift of,
to the Albert Einstein College of Medicine f::r a laboratory
' cardiovascular research. Dr. Samuel Belkin, president of Ye'
vcrsity, announced Tuesday.
Dr. Belkin said that the laboratory unit would be dtdicaUij
dinner Apr. 2, ai which Miss Hurst would be honored lor bcr m?
tions to literary, civic and communal endeavors in Americtfj
Eleanor Roosevelt and Benjamin A. Cohen, under s
the United Nations, will be principal speakers.
Jewish Youths hepaMat ed from Rt
Shun Communist Lecturing in Pol
LONDON (JTA> Jewish teen-.
agers repatriated from the Sovn;
Union to Poland do not take too |
well to lengthy Marxist Leninist |
speeche* in youth dubs organized j
for them by Polish Jewish Commu-1
nist leaders, the Warsaw Yiddish
laneuage daily Folkstimme"' re-
ported this week.
The latest issue to arrive here
from Warsaw notes that the young
people prefer social activities such
as dancing in clubrooms to what
their Communist "instructors" of-
fer in the way of political lectures.
For Jews not to take a position
on segregation is aDsolute non-
sense." a noted newspaperman
told some 400 persons at a meeting
cf the American Jt-wiih Congress
Sunday.
Harry Golden, publisher of the
'Carolina Israelite, appearing a:
the Deauville hotel in a Stephen
WiseCongress Night celebration,
warned that in the "twelve million
Negroes who are second class citi-
zens, there are twelve million pre-
cedents for seond class citizen-
ship."
Golden maintained that whether
Jews speak up or no*, they are
nevertheless criticized by groups
like tS# Whit* Citizens Councils,
and they might just as well speak
and merit the blame placed at
their door. Ha ridiculed those
Jews who felt it necessary to be-
long to White Citizens Councils.
Wise, an American Jewish Con-
gress founder. Golden recalled how
:he renowned spiritual leader had
foreseen the extermination of Jews
by Hitler and had pleaded in vain
ior an early boycott of German
goods.
He said that Rabbi Wise's Juda-
ism meant "not accepting uncritic-
ally social and religious establish-
ments around us, but looking at
them critically to improve the sta-
.u.s of humanity through change."
Golden characterized Jews
"who always look behind them te
see if their Jewishness is show-
ing" as insecure and frightened
and not destined to fiH their role
either as Jews or as effective cit-
izens. He pleaded for a Jewish
contribution to American life,
"just as Jews had made such con-
tribution in the past."
ident of the South Florida Council,
praised the American Jewish Con-
gress for the position it had taken
I during the Johns' Committee inves-
tigation, stating that "it is the role
of Congress to speak up for prin-
ciple," and that the committee
"had not changed in character just
because it had changed the direc-
tion of its inquiry."
Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg, na-
tional vice president of the Wo-
! men's Division of Congress, pro-
i sided at the meeting with Kabbi
] Rosenberg. Talks were also given
by Mrs. Benjamin Kamen, presi-
dent, Florida Women's Division,
and Haskell L. Lazere, regional di-
rector of American Jewish Con-
i gress.
FolksHmme also reports that
Communist-led Cultural and So-
cial Union of Polish Jews finds
the younger generation disap-
pointingly "hollow" because Hwy
want a good time. The newspa-
per assorts that efforts to bind
the younger Jews to Communism
and to Peiand appear doomed by
the disillusionment of the young-
sters with the Soviet Union and
their fooling of strangeness in
Poland, their new homo.
The majority of teen-agers
those who grew up in Poland as
well as those who were recently
repatriated from Soviet territory-
are not assimilating into the Polish
population. Folkstimme reports.
It attributes this to the anti-
Semitism which they encounter
among Polish school age
girls. Even the thiMren oil
lated Jewish familits are i
ing for Jewish comp
newspaper says. For the
with an imperfect knowledgel
lish, there is only the con
other Jews in the Comi
ganized clubs and centers.
To Commemorate De
Paole Zion Branch Ji|
Wednesday evenint* at
Emanu-El religious school!
president David Freedn
preside. Dr. A. J. hbtat
cuss "Chaim Grunberg's
the Paole Zion of Americi."|
meeting will commemo
death of the noted Paole I
er Mar. 16. 1953.
New and delick
In a tribute to Rabbi Stephen Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, pres-
Adult Education Program Opened
Beth David Congregation began Lip-uif. Saul Rabin. Rabbi Rosen
the third session of its adult educa berg and Zvi Hosenkranz.
tion program Wednesday. The Tuesday morning institute
Courses offered include Elemen- ^gan this week, and is offered
tarv Hebrew for beginners, inter-'from 10 1 n m- Rabbi Rosen-
mediate Hebrew, advanced Hebrew ber8 *ill give a course on "Birds
and the Prophets, during the first g^ ** -"J^
hour from 8:15 to 9:15 p.m. I mediate Hebrew will be offered
From 9:30 to 10:30. there will 'from to 12 noon.______________
be a Passover Institute conduct-
ed by Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg.
txiends
HOLIDAY GRttTIHGS
and
Instructors are Louis Gadon. Dr.
Joseph Hurwitz, Cantor William W.
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'Mother of Exiles' Will be Offered
"America, Mother of Exiles" is
announced by the Miami Beach
Community Singers as its Passover
Seiltr at Deauville
North Shore Jewish Center will
festival program of the season. Pro- sponsor Passover Seder services
duced by conductor Ben Yomen and Friday and Saturday evening, Apr.
jn Brando plays a high military officer in German Army,
May Britt, new Swedish discovery, is seductive wife of his
hor in Tweniieth Century-Fox CinemaScope drama "The
[g Liens." Montgomery Clift, Dean Martin, Hope Lange
parbara Rush also are starred in Al Lichtman production
p on Irwin Shaw's best-seller. Now showing at Wometco's
(, Miami and Miracle Theatres.
foung Lions' Cries Out
lainst War's Waste
By HILARY MINDLIN
l Yming Lions." now playing at Wometco's Carib, Miami and
| Theatres, is a superb war picture. Perhaps one should not
til it a war picture; it is about war, but it is against war. It
ii !ul outcry against the senseless murder in which men engage
^ake of political ideals they do not quite understand, and for
feelings elicited from them during moments of intense emo-
ress.
Brando, in the role of the
dcrman officer, does a
j..b, as usual. One never
Boeing the artistic virtuo-
great actor. Hardly has
true amistomed to his
\English diction in "Julius
m bs Southern drawl
ara" sSz< I he viewer1!
n only now to be con-
y t*ic cunning of his pre-
avarian accent.
ornery Clift is equally
fng ih his per: ray al of
th Gl, Noah Acktrman,
Irries obviously Protest-
Plowman, played by
nge. Vhy Irwin Shaw,
hot* novel of the tamo
|h picture is drawn,
Hoah Jewish is romowhat
I o fathom exceot, per-
fat it heightens the dra-
nsion. For Noah is not
implicitly Jewish; nor does he
von enter the U. S. Army with
any of the ideals that presum-
ably fired the feelings of other
of his co-religionists during the
Naii era.
Noah's ambition in the service
is to return to his bride and infant
daughter, whole of body and spirit,
and to dedicate himself and his
sensitive soul to loving his family.
The German officer, Christian,
ironically, is dedicated to peace
once the battles have begun. And
no matter how unwilling one is to
believe in a pacifist Nazi, BrandoV
dramalic abilities bring it ofL
Dean Martin, ex-partner in the
comic team of Martin and Lewis,
piays the role of a Broadway actor
who tries to dodge the draft, then
tries just as hard to avoid his re-
sponsibilities once in the army.
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The three "Youn Lions" are these
three men: sensitive German, who
in the beginning feels Hitler has
something to offer his country, but
who from ihe oulset also rebels
at "purposeless" cruelties; sensi-
tive Jew, who reads the abstract
writings of James Joyce; and cyn-
ic, who has ro actual quarrel with
anyone or anything, except the
fate that brought him to battle.
How the:r paths cross is pert
cfWre exdfflfg fabric of this Tine
picture. Noah's Jewishness
emerges most clearly in his re- |
vulsion at what he sees n a Ger-
man concentration camp; bu. so
docs the German officer's hu-
manity erne: 90 there when, for
the first time, he is brought face
to face with the realities of Nazi
bestiality in the very same camp.
The utter stupidity of war is un-
derscored dramatically when Uie
German officer, who has lived
throu h the African and European
campaigns, in the final days of
battle breaks his machine gun over
a tree stump, thus symbolically
wedding his pacifism wah the re-
jection of militarism. Unarmed, he
seeks to give himself up, io find
some of the peace for which hi.-
spirit has been yearning.
But the Jew, Noah, is ordered for
a walk by his commanding officer
to relieve him from Ihe terrible
sigh's he has seen in the concen-
tration camp the Americans have
just liberated. The cynic actor is
quietly urged to accompany Noah.
When the German officer, in
a sensitive act of peaceful affir-
mation steps out of hiding to give
himself up, the actor, who has no
ideals whatsoever, shoots him.
His death is thus meaningless,
and the act of death by the
Americans is equally meaning-
less. And this is the whole ironic
point of the movie, and of war.
Produced by Al Lichtman, who
died several weeks ago, and direct-
ed by Edward Dmytryk, "The
Young Lions," in CinfinaScope
and stereophonic sound, is a pic-
ture that should not be missed.
directed by Al Hurwitz, the work
will be presented in fuH costume
Wednesday, Apr. 9, at the Miami
Beach Auditorium.
Singing the leading roles will be
Cantor Jacob Barken, of Washing-
ton, D.C., and soprano Gloria
Aliani. Narration will be by tele-
vision's popular Jackie Pierce and
localite Boris Pritcher, with a cast
4 and 5, at the Deauviile hotel. Max
Krauss. Center president, an-
nounced.
Services will be conducted by
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, assisted
by Cantor Edward Klein and the
Center choir.
complete the impressive
Studio
cast.
of the University of Miami's Rmg]ica ^n ^^ srijest days, when
I Theatre, including head of the six members of the Jewish faith
jJ)ramuJJe^ajtmeniid>ir. t.'a arias W.! joined Co|unUw,lo&. hefc-hieteeie
Philhour I d'scoverv o{ tne New World- Tbe
!,.,, __ A production continues through the
I Hy Fried, organist, Margaret days of Arnerica's fight for inde-
Yomen at the piano, and danco se-1 peudei.ee up to aiid including the
I quences hy the Bernie Sagcr Dance j present.
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Irmgard Seefried Due Here in Mozart
Arias, Four-Song Cycle by Marx
Leading Vienna Slate Opera fo-
P'ano Irmgard Seefried will be
-. ,'h the Inner
Miami Symphony Orchestra Sun
e"av and Monday evening at the
MiaTi Beach and Dade County
Auditoriums.
The program w;ll include Vs*
the Sapete from The Marriage of
Fiaaro" and Per pieta. hen mio
from Cosi Fan Tutte. by Mozart.
gaged by the Vienna State Optra
to faf fading roles, where she
was chosen to ing the role m
th. performance of "Ariadne o
celebrate tho *th birthday of the
composer of the opera, Richard
Strauss. She has been re.on.ng
scprano with the Vienna Opera
since the day of her debut.
She made her concert debut in
this country in the Fall of 1951.
and at the Metropolitan in Novem-
ber 1953. in the role of Susanna in
the Marriage of Figaro, a role -he
IKMGUD Sff/fO
Internationally renowned col-
oratura soprano Lily Pons
will appear here in a recital
under auspices of Community
Concert Aten. Saturday eve-
ning at Miami Beach Audi-
torium. Proqiam will feature
works oi Handel. Rimsky-
Kcrsakoff. Liszt. Ravel. De-
bussy, and Poulenc.
Mire. Seefried will also pre-
sent faur songs by Joseph Marx:
"Venation Cradte SowV< "T*-n,a, since sung by now over 30V
Gypsies." "A Memory." end .,.. deluding at the Salzburg
"Yesterday He Brought Me K(...v;l) and at Coven Garden for
R****" hor London appearances in 1949
( \l Svmphony Orchestra con- shc has sung in ai| 0f the famous
ductor John Bitter will open the c<_ on ,nc con,incnt.
program with the Overture to The ^--------------------------------------------
Abduct. on to the Seraglio." by Mo-
zart. Also scheduled are Symphony
op 82. by Sibelius, and Rich-
ard Straus- 'Don Juan."
Bavarian born. Irmgard Seefried
is an Austrian citizen, and speaks
of herself as Viennese. She had
quite a struggle in her youth, both
financially and otherwise, before
-iiur.ng her mother's approval
and encouragement for an artistic
career.
Her first engagement was at the
Opera House at Aachen, in W<->t-
phalia. under fferbert van Kara-
jan. general mu-ic director.
In 1942, Mme. Seefried was en-
Imanu-il Ladies Sponsor
Cedorim at Fontoinebleau
Traditional Seder services on the
first two nights of Passoser. Apr.
4 and 5. will be held at the Fon-
tainnleau hotel under the au-pici s
of Temple Errtanu-E! Sisterhood.
The services will be conducted
by Dr. Irving Lehrman. Mrs. Sher-
man Kaplan, president of the Sis-
jterhood, announced.
Co-chairmen of the dinner serv
iea trc Mrs. Max Boderman and
Mrv (icorye Goldb'
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Week at Play
Williams' Play
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Pi i/e an1 Drama qM
I pi iv. wi*h Fir>ey a
in the starring r 'e. w,|] ,__
its final week a' the ''ocmuM
Playhouse Monday. I/wely*.
Church, who replaced Jane* 1
in the B.-oadw.,* proiuctioBJ
later played in the touring eo
for more than a year is Its
in support of Grander as
Ow-ns." the prettiest
town"
Grander, making his
staee debut, is best known]
stellar appearances in
amon them. "North Star."
pie Heart." "Rope." "The I
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Christian Anderson."
"Kiss Me Sadie" director Ed-
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viill have repeat performances Sat-"
unlay and Sunday. Mar. 22 and 23,
at the Center. 50 NW 51st pi.
Edward Moore, who directed
four of Flaglers previous musical
comedy hits, is the director of this
new musical play written by Ros-
lyn i Mrs Ray) Berrin.
Members of tha east include
Fran Immerman, Sheldon Ni-
defz, Roslyn Berrin, Edward
Moore, Edith Moore, Al Lewis.
Ray Levine, Dinah Shapiro, Aar-
on Shapiro, Jack Greenberg, Syl-
via Burak, Leon Roth and Haw
ard Sherman.
Members of the chorus are
Adele Kaye. Rita Sperling. Naomi
Levine, Pauline Lewis, Dorothy
Newman and Irma Rosenblatt.
Mildred Draizar is choral director
and accompanist.
The setting of "Kiss Me Sadie"
is a resort town that caters pri-
marily to divorce-seekers, gambl
ing and racketeers, and is high
lighted by catchy show tunes, a
lopping chorus of gay divor-
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Iws, doorway and kitchen equipment destroyed beyond
received initial shock wave of explosion, which also
1 havoc of debris in neighboring classrooms. Dora Aug-
ditorium and synagogue.
(IR IT WAS, IT MADE BIG HOLES
Answers Needed in Bomb Mystery
Three questions surrounding the I car, the police immediately set up I connection has been made between
Beth El dynamiting may never be a search for a Hialeah resident. He | this car and the one found at the
answered in full, but they cast light is still unnamed and at large. No | church,
on the incident which has already'
attracted national attention.
Was there a telephone threat
beforehand? Confidential sources
indicate that a mysterious phone
eaH tipped off police minutes be-
fore the bombing.
Are police afraid of another
dynamiting in the area? Security
guarantees were almost immedi-
ately offered by the Miami Police
Department to other congregations
in the area. Unmarked prowl cars
began almost immediately patrol-
ling these congregations in the eve-
ning and night hours.
What about the report of
stolon car found Monday at th*
Calvary Baptist Church, two
blocks from Both El Congrega-
tion? Possibility stems to exist
that the stolen car is the on* used
in the bombing of the congrega-
tion, but police have thus far de-
clined to make any comment.
Meanwhile, Beth Jacob Congre-
gation was Monday reportedly the
object of a bombing threat. Rabbi
Tibor Stern, spiritual leader, told
The Jewish Flondian that a car
drove up during morning services,
and warned worshippers to remeve
a Menorah from the building "or
you'll get it, too."
Tracing the license plate of the
J --law' J Be if ^_ ^b^B
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Jagged section of roof shown torn away, with freak saving of
fluorescent light fiirture.___________________________
Chief Not Sure Dynamite Was Used
Fire Marshal A. M. Willis speculated Monday that dynamite
m local construction projects may have been used in the ex-
iat rocked Beth El Congregation early Sunday morning.
veaied the report of dyn-
len from two projects last
He cautioned, however,
Jteadfast conclusions that
was the explosive used
some S30.000 in damage
gregation's facilities.
know it was a high ex-
land it tmolled like dyn-
Willis declared, "but
there was nothing left to give us
any definite clue."
But whatever the explosive, a
four-inch thick concrete sidewalk
abutting the outside wall diverted
most of the blast against the wall.
Within minutes, residents sur-
rounding the site at 500 SW 17th
ave., poured into the streets to mix
with police, firemen and inspectors.
The explosion shifted the build-
ing on its foundation and damaged
the roof. Doors were torn from
their hinges, and a huge hole was
blown in the rear wall.
Police Lt. Lee Napier, who in-
vestigated 1951 bombing attempts
against Tifereth Israel Northsidc
Center, Temple Judea, Miami He-
brew Congregation and St. Peter
and Paul Church, was placed in
charge of the Beth El investigation.
Vandals Break
Into Mt. Nebo
Mt. Neho Cemetery officials re-
vealed that vandals broke into the
[cemetery's offices at 5505 NW 3rd
st. Tuesday night.
The contents of one desk were
completely removed, including an
unspecified sum of money.
Miami Ponce Department detec-
tives found no acts of desecration
after a thorough search of the
cemetery.
They said there seemed to be no
apparent connection between the
break in and the bombing1 of a
Miami synagogue, Beth El Congre-
gation, early Sunday morning.
LIGAL NOTICE
iral Judge Threatened in Warning Call
kHINGTON j to investigate the bombing last weekend of Jewish centers in
nd Nashville with a view to determining whether a violation of
| laws occurred. The Department is awaiting reports from re-
BI offices and from the United States Attorneys in both cities,
ghile. it was learned here
Bee throughout the South
In alerted to the possibility
piracy to bomb other Jew-
Hirs and synagogues in
states. Justice Depart-
Jicials are generally of the
Ithat the bombings are mat-
I local authorities to handle,
were concerned with a
I threat to assassinate Fed
kct Judge William E. Mil
Nashville. Such an action
Involve a Federal official,
and it may come under Federal
statute.
The threat to Judge Miller
came in an anonymous telephone
call to Rabbi William B. Silver-
man of Nashville, immediately
after the dynamite explosion took
place in the Jewish Community
Center building, smashing the
front doors, ripping down the
ceiling of the reception hall and
smashing windows in the build-
ing. Tho damage was estimated
, at $6,000. The anonymous calfcr,
who identified himself as "a
I member of the Confederate
1 Union" said over the telephone:
"We have just dynamited the
Jewish Community Center. Next
will be the temple and next will be
any other nigger-loving place or
nigger-loving person in Nashville.
And were going to shoot down
Judge Miller in cold blood."
Rabbi Silvcrman immediately
called Judge Miller about the threat
and the judge informed the Fed-
eral Bureau of Investigation. Dep-
uty sheriffs and FBI agents were
posted at the residence immediate-
ly. Judge Miller last fall brdered
Negro first erariors admitted to
Pay Up, Roosevelt
Urges Government
WASHINGTON (JTA)- A bill
was introduced in the House Mon-
day providing for a joint resolu-
tion that would authorize the Unit-
ed States to purchase $60,000,000
in Israel Bonds.
The measure was introduced by
Rep. James Roosevelt, Democrat of
California, who pointed out that the
United States owed an authenica-
ed debt to the Revolutionary War
Jewish patriot Haym Solomon of
$658,007 in original principal. He
estimated further interest at a rate
of two and one-half percent.
Rep Roosevelt said such a pur-
chase from State of Israel Bonds
would meet the obligations of the
United States to Solomon and be
in keeping with the spirit in which
Solomon loaned money to the strug-
gling young revolutionary govern-
ment of the United States.
He suggested the United States
take this step in connection with
Israel's tenth anniversary. He
pointed out that the government
debt of money to Solomon was nev-1
er paid in any part, either to Solo- i.
mon or his heirs.
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