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

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

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University of Florida
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WUKVf
Volume 32 Number 15
Miami, Florida. Friday, April 11, 1958,
Two Sections 24 Pages Price 20tf
ABE KUKMAH
TRUCE CHIEf VON HORN CALLS fQR TERRITORIAL 'CORRKTIONS'
UN Reports Israeli Encroachment;
Ditch to be Finished in Ten Days
RECUPERATING PRESIDENT TO BE HONORED
Home of Aged Meeting Sunday
Will Launch Expansion Program
New Jewish
Univ. Slated
CHICAGO launching of a Jewish University
of America, the first educational
institution of its kind west of New
York, were announced here in a
joint statement by Dr. Oscar Z.
Fasman, president of the Hebrew
Theological College and the new
university, and Max Bressler,
chairman of the Hebrew Theolog-
ical College building fund cam-
paign.
The new university will be hous-
ed on the campus now under con-
struction on a 16-acre tract in Sko-
kie, a suburb of Chicago, with the
iirst building ready for occupancy
immediately after Passover, Rabbi
Fasman said.
"The Hebrew Theological Col-
lege will remain the divinity
school of the new university, and
will continue the progress it has
made in the last 36 years as the
outstanding institution of its
kind in the United States," he
declared.
Bressler outlined plans for the
new university which will include
not only a regular liberal arts col-
lege but a Hebrew liberal arts col-
lege which will offer degrees in
Continued on Page 6 A
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
UNITED NATIONSChief of Staff of the United Nations Truce Supervision Organization Maj. Gen.
Carl Carlson Von Hom Tuesday informed UN Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold of the acceptance by
the Governments of Israel and the United Arab Republic of his findings as based on the survey conducted
by the United Nations surveyors in the area of Lake Huleh last week.
Copies of the survey report were communicated to both parties to the General Armistice Agreement
under cover of a letter from Gen. Von Horn dated Apr. 5, embodying his findings. The covering letter
addressed to both governments was identical in content.
,---------------- ---------------------------------? In his letter. Gen. Von Horn
stated inter alia that the United
Nations survey found that in con-
nection with the ditch which Is-
rael began to dig Mar. 24, there
were certain encroachments on
land in which the Arabs had
property rights in the demilitar-
ized zone.
"Such encroachment," Gen Von
Horn stated, "should be corrected
according to the United Nations
surveyors' findings. After they
have been corrected, the ditch may
be completed provided no further
encroachments take place.
"United Nations observers will
">e available for such checking as
[may be necessary."
FOR RELATED STORIES, SEE PACES 9-A end 8 B
"Senior Citizen" history will be made Sunday at 2 p.m. when the
chairman's gavel signals the opening of the 13th annual "Bar Mitzvah"
meeting and groundbreaking ceremonies for the new building program
of the Jewish Home for the Aged at Douglas Gardens, 151 NE 82nd
St., Miami.
The leadership of the Home,*
beaded by -such outstanding com-
munity figures as Irving Cypen.
Judge Harold B. Spaet. Baron de
Hirsch Meyer. CoL Jacob M. Ar-
vey, David Phillips, and Stanley
M. Beckerman, announced that
the Bar Mitavah and groundbreak-
ing ceremonies will be in honor
of Abe Kurman, the Home's pres-
ident for the past six years.
Kurman's notable record of
leadership has been primarily re-
sponsible for the recognized devel-
opment of the Home as one of
the finest in the country," they
declared Wednesday. Kurman, a
resident of Greater Miami since
1922. is a top leader of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation and
the United Fund.
1
Israel in Bow to Findings;
Machines Poised for Work
Recovering from extensive
surgery at New England Baptist
Hospital in Boston, he will great
the 1.M0 persons expected at the
ceremonies via a specially tape
recorded message. There will be
a host of "firsts" Sunday.
Leaders of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation. United Fund.
University of Miami. Welfare
Planning Council, Mt. Sinai Hos-
pital, Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center, Jewish Family
Continued on Page SA
ACCEPTS COMMITTEE'S IMITATION
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
JERUSALEMMachinery was moved back into the disputed Lake
Huleh area Tuesday for the resumption of work on drainage of a canal
against which Syria has protested. But the canal will now be dug along
a somewhat different course as proposed in the latest findings by the
United Nations survey team.
Israel will also re-dig part of the*------------
400-yard-long ditch and move the
canal five yards to the westward,
since the question of ownership of
the land involved has been raised.
Syria claiming that the small par-
cel of land was owned by Arabs.
In bowing to the findings of the
UN survey team, Israel gave up its
previously held position to the ef-
fect that it has the right to develop
lands within the demilitarized
zone.
It is believed that the dispute
has now been resolved and that the
entire reclamation project will be
completed within about ten days.
The entire reclamation project
in the Huleh area involves about
15.000 acres previously swamp
land.
Final Action Due
On Law Vowing
Access to Elath
CENVA(JTA)The new prin-
ciple of international law, approv-
ed by the 87-nation international
maritime conference in committee
here this week, which confirms Is-
rael's right of innocent passage in
the Gull of Aqaba, must achieve a
two-thirds majority at the confer-
ence plenary session next week for
final approval.
The resolution, which makes no
reference to Israel's use of the
Gulf and the Strait of Tiran which
i connects the Gulf with the Red
I Sea, was approved by a committee
vote under United States urging,
32 to 31 with five abstentions. The
committee on territorial seas re-
jected a definition which would
have made the right of innocent
passage through such waterways
condi'ional on the "interests" as
well as "security" of the coastal
state on the affected waterway.
The United States delegation ob-
jected to the inclusion of "inter-
ests" as being too vague.
The committee-approved defi-
nition applies the right of inno-
cent passage to any ship travel-
ing through the territorial seas
of one country across the terri-
torial waters of another state.
Israel has contended that
Continued on Page 6 A
its
Down Goes Saud, Up Comes Faisal
Waihlngtpn Letter on Amoricen Policy In the Neer Eet
not actually join the United Arab
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. ,____.- Republic, but it will pay a hand-
WASHINGTON-The palace revolution in Riyadh transferred j some trihute t0 Nasser to insure
control from King Saud to his pro Egyptian brother, Crown Prince | lrangit of oil tankers through the
c... mm minv iumprations of
Faisal, because:
1. Faisal, designated the heir apparent in 1953. feared that Saud
now planned to hand his throne to his son;_____________
2. Saud's profligate court has*
mortgaged oil royalties to banks,
and owes more than $500 million;
3. Pro-Nasser forces were great-
ly embittered after Nasser char-
Fed that Saud had paid $5,320,000
to Nasser's chief Syrian aide, Ab-
dul Hamid Serraj, to block the
Kpyptian-Syrian anschluss and ar-
range for the elimination of Nas-
ser. Denials have not overcome
Nasser's evidence and there is
widespread speculation that Saud
was entrapped.
Faisal will bring Egypt and
Saudi Arabia together in an osten-
tatious way. Saudi Arabia may
Suez, just as many generations of
sheikhs have paid to guarantee
passage of their desert caravans.
Obviously, Saudi Arabia will
have no part of the Iraq-Jordan
federation and there is new
doubt that Saudi Arabia will con-
tinue its subvention and military
aid to King Hussein.
All this is a victory for Nasser,
Continued on Page 7A
Collins Honorary Chairman
Of Miami Salute to Israel
On Anniversary Celebration
Gov. LeRoy Collins will serve as honorary chairman of the Greater
Miami Committee for Israel's Tenth Anniversary Celebration, it was
announced Wednesday by Stanley C. Myers, chairman of the committee.
In accepting the office, the Gov-
ernor of Florida said that "the ob-
servance of Israel's tenth anniver-
sary of statehood offers an appro-
priate occasion for men of good
will everywhere to pay tribute to
the ideals and achievements of this
young democracy.
"Israel is a source of pride, in-
spiration and stimulation not only
to the Jewish people, but also to
men and women of all creeds who
cherish the land of ancient proph-
ecy and modern democratic ideals.
"I welcome this opporuntiy to
join in the nation-wide tribute to
Israel, and I am proud to accept
the office of honorary chairman
of the Greater Miami Commit-
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Move to Make JVS Independent Agency
FOR KUATtD STORY, SEE PAGF. B
An expanded independent Jewish Vocational Service agency to
serve residents of Dade county has been recommended by the execu-
tive committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
The action followed a report of
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ficers oi Gilbert I. Balkin Lodge of B'nai B'rith launch book
and magazine campaign as lodge's first project in behalf of
iMiami Beach's senior citizens. Participating are (left to right)
William H. Wilson, lodge president-elect; Charles Seia-
iritch, outgoing president; Dr. Joseph Wikler, drive chairman;
ind Michael Sossin, Florida B'nai B'rith Council president.
Federation's planning committee
last week. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers
is committee chairman.
The Jewish Vocational Service
has existed since 1950. but it has
been administered and directed for
tons registered last year in Jew-
ish Vocational Service fcr such
service.
Sheltered Workshop: In this
shop, actual work was provided in
logc autl,onjJidJf..Keaj by.,Jewish, A preU-ofcivo. VMMonraoiH toth*i
aged and handicapped who other-
wise would not be able to earn a
living. More than 30 such persons I
were employed in the workshop at ^
one time or another last year.
Baxt suggested the need for an
independent Jewish Vocational
Service, pointing out the existing
problems of a growing population,
an increasing percentage of dis-
abled in the population, a labor
market picture which is not too
Family Service through its board
and Committee on Vocational Ser-
vice.
Since 1953, the major services
rendered by JVS have included job
placement, vocational guidance,
and maintenance of the Sheltered
Workshop.
Jewish Vocational Service in Mi-
ami is one of some 30 such agen-
cies located in major U.S. cities.
Vandals Smash Beth El Windows;
Bombing Rewards at $10,000
Additional damage to Congregation Beth El was caused Saturday
light when vandals threw rocks at the congregation breaking windows
n its buildings at 500 SW 17th ave., only recently replaced following
bombing that still has police tied in knots.
encouraging and the 1,000 cases
per year now seen by Jewish Voca-
tional Service.
Jewish Vocational Service rec-
ords also revealed that during
en recent month 90 new appli-
cants registered with the agency
and there was a three-week wait-
ing period just for en1 interview.
Baxt's investigation further dis-
closed jlhat;. job ciiscrimination
against Jews does exist in Miami,
and that the depth of the special
Jewish vocational problems here
are considerably more serious than
,n other cities.
It was urged by the planning
committee that a separate agency
be accomplished by Sept. 15.
'.
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IKK Extends Anti-Semitic
Campaign to Argentina
[BUENOS AIRES-(JTA)-TheKu
llux Klan has extended its anti-
emitic activities to Argentina, the
)AIA, central representative body
If Argentine Jewry, revealed here
Ihis week in a memorandum ask-
ing government action to quash
pew anti-Semitic propaganda that
appearing in many parts of the
Country.
The memorandum reveals that
KKK literature has been received
from Texas and photostats of KKK
envelopes bearing the Texas post-
Imark are attached. KKK leaflets
Ihcre announce: "We have arrived
in South America." Swedish anti-
Iscmitic leaflets are also arriving
I via the mails.
Beth El president Sidney Palmer
said Wednesday that "the bombing
has become a national problem,
and citizens as far north as Can-
ada have addressed personal let-
ters to us expressing their regret
over the incident."
Police, called to the scene of the
latest vandalism against the con-
gregation, are still deeply invol-
ved in trying to uncover clues to
the person or persons who caused
some $30,000 in damage to Beth El
wi'h a dynamite explosion about a
month ago.
"We have the fullest confi-
dence in the Police Department,"
Palmer told The Jewish Flor-
IritM Wednesday, "and we feel
the case will be Woken before
too long." Palmer declined to
be more specific, except to say
that "the State Attorney's office
is extending its fullest assistance
JFS was instrumental in dem-
onstrating the usefulness of the
program, and worked with the
Federation planning committee
to develop a long-range expan-
sion program.
The planning committee invited
one of the nation's top consultants
to visit the area in March for study
and recommendation of soluti6ns
to the complex vocational prob-
lems here.
Selected was Roland Baxt, di-
rector of the Federation Employ-
ment and Guidance Service of New
York, largest Jewish Vocational
Service in the country. He is also
executive director of the Jewish
Occupational Council, a national
agency which coordinates activi-
ties of all Vocational Services.
His study revealed the following
facts: In the area of job placement,
786 applicants were served through
Jewish Family Service last year, of
which one-third were over 50 years
of age. Half of these were recent
arrivals in Miami including a large
number of refugees. A high per-
centage were disabled. Every ef-
fort was made to understand each
individual's needs, to prepare him
for employment, help him to ad-
just and keep a Job.
Vocational guidance: This en-
tailed individual counselling
through which persons were
helped to arrive at an under-
standing of themselves and of
their roles in the world of woric.
One hundred and forty-four per-
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mounted to $10,000. Rewards and
their donors are: $7,500 by the
Jewish War Veterans of the United
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Home Launches Expansion Program
Continued from Pago 1 A
Service. National Council of Jew-
ish Women, and Bureau of Jewish
Education will attend as guests
of honor.
Lie building expansion which
encompasses four new pavilions
similar to the pioneering Gus Trau
Pavilion, a gerontolo^ical re-
search laboratory, and a sheltered
workshop is the first in the
South to be constructed under the
new provisions in the Federal
Housing' AdTnlriistraTion Aei "
The research lab and coopera-
tive research program between the
Home and the university medical
school is the first such affiliation
in the country between a medical
school and home for aged.
Another "flrsF" Is Hit shelter-
ed workshop, which will be pio-
neering facility for the entire
South. It will be admi motored by
the professional vocational staff
ot joonjoaje' roSMie^ oosn^eoev oner
will provide light work for the
Homo's residents under medical
supervision.
The four new pavilions, with em-
phasis on privacy, comfort and
beauty, will replace the old cot-
tages and Increase the capacity
from 82 to 107 residents. They will
enable the Home to admit a con-
siderable number of new residents,
who have been on the approved
waiting list for some time.
Irving Cypen, board chairman,
will preside at the ceremonies.
Julian Weinkle, nominating com-
mittee chairman, will present a
slate for the election of one-third
of the board. Rabbi Yaakov Rosen-
berg, of Beth David Synagogue,
board member of the Home, will
give the invocation and benedic-
tion.
The following board members
whose terms have expired are be-
ing renominated for a three year
term: Leo Allen. Mrs. Benjamin
Appel, CoL Jacob M. Arvey. Dr.
Melvin Becker. Stanley C. Becker-
man. Daniel Broad. Irving Cypen,
Mrs. Frances En tine, Mrs. Her-
man Jacobs. Irvin Korach. Mrs.
Moses Krieger, Rabbi Irving
Lehrman, Mrs. Frances Makov-
sky. Mrs. Anna B. Meyers, Sam
Resnick, Mrs. Sol Silverman. and
Dr. Jess Spirer. New nominees
are Melvin L. Green for a three
year term, and Jack Emmer, Joel
Meyer and Joseph Post for one
year terms.
The building committee which
supervised the planning of the en-
tire building program, is chaired
by David B. Fleeman. Members
of the committee are Stanley
Beckerman, Irving Cypen, Martin
Fine, Sam J. Heiman. Sam Key-
well, Abe Kurman. Mrs. Baron de
Hirsch Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. David
Thillips, Sam Resjiick, Mrs. Sol
First cooperative research agreement between a medical
school and a home for aged is signed. Left to right are Dr.
Homer F. Marsh, dean, University of Miami medical school;
Malcolm Ross, university editor; Baron de Hirsch Meyer, vice
president, Jewish Home for Aged; Martin Fine, chairman of
Home's committee which negotiated agreement with univer-
sity; and Irving Cypen, Home board chairman. Agreement
calls for a lab to be built by Home and equipped by univer-
sity. ..*
Silverman, Emanuel Smith. Har-
old B. Spaet, Maurice Pearlstein
and Arthur Kalish.
Irvin Korach of Smith Kor-
ach, Miami Beach, is the archi-
tect. The Homo's local agency
in processing the FHA applica-
tion is the Midwest Mortgage
I
Co., and the construction loan is
being obtained from the Metro-
politan Bank of Miami. Giller A
Fryd Construction Co. was the
low bidder, and will construct the
buildings.
The Home is a major beneficiary
agency of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation and the United
Fund of Dade County. It is a mem-
ber agency of the Welfare Plan-
ning Council. The community plan-
ning committee of the Jewish Fed-
eration, under the leadership of
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers and Sam
Cohen, played a major cooper-
ative role in the development of
the building program. The building
plans and program have been eval-
uated and approved by the com-
munity planning and executive
committees of the Jewish Federa-
tion.
In a special message to Home of-
ficials on the eve of the "Bar
meeting, president Ju-,1
man declared:
"I have a double reason to ex-
press my appreciation publicly,
have just recovered from a
serious operation. The Lord and
the Greater Miami Jewish com-
munity has never boon so kind
to mo and the Jewish Homo for
the Aged, which has honored mo
beyond description. I wish to
express my heartfelt apprecia-
tion to the many hundreds of
friends who wrote to me and
stood by me.
"I thank the entire community
too for the wonderful support you
have given the Home. It is you who
have made possible our phenome-
nal progress.
"Prior to 1958. file Home was
blessed with one parent the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
Now, on this 'Bar Mitsvah' occa-
sion, we ire a normal child we
have two parents, the Federation
and the United Fond. For this tee
we give thanks. And in 19S& we
have another sister.
"We therefore give thanks for
our new cooperative sister, the
University of Miami medical
school.
"We are now linkedin cooperative
sisterhood with Mt. Sinai Hospital.
Jewish Family Service. Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center.
and the National Council of Jew-
ish Women, which have rendered
invaluable help to the Home ever
since 1945, when it opened its
doors."
Golda in Talks
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
JERUSALEMForeign Minister
Mrs. Golda Meir conferred Tues-
day with Maj. Gen. Carl C. Von
Horn, chief of staff of the United
Nations Truce Supervision Organ-
ization, discussing with the UN of-
ficial the worsening situation along
the Jordanian border.
Mrs. Meir cited a series of re-
cent Jordanian incursions near the
Lachish area, in which Israel suf-
fered a number of casualties and
wtfAfed Gen." Vofl Horn against In-
creasing tensions in that sector.
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own Goes Saud, Up Comes Faisal
Vi:Ti. .'TV
Conflnued free* 1 A
a setback tor U.S. policy. It
come as no surprise to those
always felt that it was bizarre
[the free world to base its de-
les and foreign policy on an ab-
ite despot, more interested in
fars for his oil than democracy
I his people.
lany critic* of U.S. policy have
jplained that we permit Saudi
|bia to discriminate against
erican soldiers stationed at the
erican base at Dhahran on the
ground of their religion. And,
thanks to our commitment to Saud
and other rich Arab kings, there
has been a widespread impression,
which Nasser has cultivated, that
U.S. policy supports the status quo
in disregard of the aspirations and
interests of the people.
Nasser's victory will further
increase his prestige among the
rank and file. H; has humbled
a man who was the powerful
custodian of the Moslem hoty
places and. In addition, the sym-
r. Lehrman Leaves for Israel;
Will Represent Seminary at Meet
Irving Lehrman, spiritual
Ser of Temple Emanu-El, and
Lehrmaa are leaving tor Is-
im mediately after the Pass-
|r holidays and will return here
13.
Louis Finkelstein. chancellor
M. WVIN6 UNIMAN
i the Jewish -Theological Semi-
ty of America, has asked Dr.
h'rman to represent him at an
licators' conference consisting of
alumni ol the Teacher's Insti-
and the Seminary now in Is-
. as well as a large group of
linary students studying there.
Purpose of the conference will
to prepare a survey on educa-
nal patterns, and Dr. Lehrman
111 bring back a report to the
Inn nary on the progress of its
>rk m Israel, "so as more fully
determine future plans, both
limediate and long range."
As part of his visit. Dr. Lehr-
man will also meet with the Is-
rael committee now engaged in
preparing the program for the
groundbreaking exercises of the
new Seminary Center in Jerusa-
lem, which is to take place July
29.
Groundbreaking exercises will
be the site of a formal announce-
ment of the erection of a residence
compound for students, a dining-
room, library and other education-
al facilities, which the Seminary
is planning.
The Seminary Center in Jeru-
salem is a joint project of the
Seminary, the Rabbinical Assem-
bly and the United Synagogue of
America. Dr. Lehrman is secretary
of the Rabbinical Assembly of
America and president of the South
Florida region.
This is Dr. Lehrman's third visit
to Israel. The first one was in 1947.
when he was sent by the commu-
nity on behalf of the United Jewish
Appeal to visit the DP camps of
Europe.
They'll Bring Gov.
Collins1 Greetings
Underscoring Greater Miami's
participation in the world-wide cel-
ebration of Israel's tenth anniver-
sary, two prominent Miami citizens
will bring a personal message of
congratulations from Gov. LeRoy
Collins to President Itzhak Ben-Zvi
of Israel.
Samuel N. Friedland, noted busi-
ness and civic leader, and Dr. Irv-
ing Lehrman, rabbi of Temple
Emanu-El, will leave the United
States Apr. 15 and deliver a hand-
' lettered parchment scroll inscrib-
bol of U.S. influence, a monarch
whom President Eisenhower per-
senelly greeted on the banks of
the Potomac early in 1957 when
Nasser was conducting en often
sive against the Eisenhower Dec-
trine.
Nasser himself will soon pay a
visit to Moscow where he will re-
ceive a weJoeme, that will doubt-
less rival the excessively deferen-
tial salute tUAtsiaVkccorded Saud
in Washington.
Nasser's anti-Saud coup makes
the task of our policy makers even
more formidable. We must con-
tinue to strengthen those elements
in the Near East and Africa which
will resist Nasserism and which
still want to remain independent. It
becomes increasingly difficult to
find leaders who are sympathetic
to the West because they are com-
mitted by principle rather than
by convenience. But it is not too
late if the Administration and
Congress will recognize the danger
and act to meet it swiftly.
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Renowned educator Zvi Scharf-
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the Light of Our Times" Sunday
evening at Temple Emanu-El.
Prof. Scharfstein, a member of
the faculty of the Teachers Insti-
tute of the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America, will appear
as speaker at a meeting of Moa-
don. Hebrew-speaking club here.
Presiding at the Sunday affair
will be Rabbi Morris Horowitz, ac-
cording to David Freedman. presi-
dent.
ed with the Governor's message to
President Ben-Zvi in Tel Aviv Apr.
24, the date of the official opening
of ceremonies celebrating Israel's
tenth anniversary of independence.
The message from Gov. Collins,
honorary chairman of the Greater
Miami Committee for Israel's 10th
Anniversary Celebration, reads:
"The citizens ol the Mate of
Florida, recognizing the inspiring
progress of Israel as a democracy
dedicated to the same ideals which
gave birth to our own country, ex-
tend warmest greetings and con-
gratulations to the citizens of the
State of Israel on the occasion of
Israel's 10th year of independence.
"We rejoice in honoring the re-
nascent nation of Israel and in
sharing with you the celebration
of your Day of Independence."
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\Problem as New Day
{Program is Unfolded
I The first aod most pressing problem confronting the Jewish Home
\r the Aged, as well as those aged needing the protective care of the
hmc is that of admissions and waiting lists.
Irving Cypen, board chairman,
^^jy^^l'^HH Prram 'r some of those who
chairman, and Stanley
ckerman, treasurer, said this
that the Home has a current
paiily of 82 beds, and this ca-
city has been maintained for
jrly two years. The approved
liting list reached such a high
ure. almost 50. that the Home
forced to close applications for
collage section of the Home
ke months ago. The approved
pting list has not only continued
[be heavy, but there are over 75
rsons waiting to have their ap-
Ications processed as soon as ap-
ical ions are accepted again.
"FtrtvntMy, wo war* not
>rced to close epsdtcations for
tick and incapacitated ap-
cant, whou primary need k
jrsinfl car* and who is- haute*1
the Ablin Memorial bid*."
fypen, Spaat and Back arm an,
cting far president Aba Kor-
lan who is recuperating from
urgary in Boston, axplainad.
Thasa applicants have boon ad-
[lifted rather quickly H l N>
lilt of frequent vacancies. The
sent waiting list for the Ablin
mortal bldg. has therefore
reduced to a minimum."
e serious problem remains
h the mentally alert, ambula-
applicant woo requires insti-
ional care and who would be
used in the cottage section, they
dared. "The pressures for ad-
ission of this type of applicant
've been heavy and unrelenting.
many instances the problems
Sich these applicants and their Lm^,,^ j^ to~apWin*
latives face are tragic indeed, ft *
cannot be admitted.
"Our attempt at a day care pro-
gram several years ago failed pri-
marily because of transportation
difficulties," Cypen declared.
"Most of our applicants reside in
Miami Beach, and it was both diffi-
cult and expensive for them to
travel by bus from the Beach to
the Home. This difficulty will be
resolved in the next few months
when the Home will be presented
with a 30-passenger bus by our
Junior Auxiliary."
The day cara resident will he
brought to the Home in the
morning, and ha will remain
throughout the day, having Ms
maals. companionship and par-
ticipating in the varied and ex-
tensive activity program con-
ducted under the supervision of
he professional staff of the
Greater Miami Jewish Commun-
ity Canter.
What is the Home's policy with
regard to financial arrangements
with applicants and relatives?
Does the Home demand that the
applicant turn over his entire as-
sets to the Home upon admission?
Does the Home give admission
priority to those who have consid-
erable financial assets?
Spaet explained that admission
is open to aft aged persons who
ere m need of institutional care,
regardless of economic status. Ap-
plicants must be at least 69 years
of age and a resident of Dadc coun-
ty for 18 consecutive months im-
Final inspection of building plans and specifi-
cations by building committee of Jewish Home
for Aged and C. B. Spofford, Jr., Miami FHA
director. S-ated (left to right) are Irving Kor-
ach, architect, Stanley M. Beckerman, Dave
Fleeman, building committee chairman, Mrs.
Sol Silverman. Mrs. David Phillips, and Mrs.
Baron de Hirsch Meyer. Standing (left to right)
are Spofford, Sam J. Heiman, Abe Kurman,
Rresident, Martin Fine, and Leonard riedman.
lissing members of committee are Irving Cy-
pen, Sam Keywell, David Phillips, Sam Res-
nick, Emanuel Smith. Contractor is Giller &
Fryd. Midwest Mortgage Co. processed ap-
plication for Home, and Metropolitan Bank oi
Miami is providing construction loan.
for this reason that the Home
the community planning com-
ee off the Greater Miami Jew-
Federation have projected the
' building program which will
25 additional beds in the cot-
! section. This will permit us
only to- admit those most ur
itly m need of tha Home, but
we hope, to reopen applica-
nts."
Although the additional beds will
|ot permit the Home to admit all
the waiting list. Home officials
ire planning to ameliorate the
Iroblem to a considerable extent
|y the development of a day care
Admission priority is given *
those on the approved watting list,
who have little or no financial re*
sources.
Tha Home does not require an
applicant to turn over alt of Ma
asset* to the Homo upon- admis-
sion, financial arrangement*
ar* mutually agreed upon and
worked out- on an- individual
beats, and depend upon the fi-
naaciet ass of the applicant
amaVer rsmti'Mi, "Taxation
based upon ability to pay" is tha
nab).
It is the applicant's aod rela-
tives' responsibility, not the Jewish
community's, to pay the full per
capita cost if they have the finan-
cial resources to do so without any
hardship. Where there ace con-
siderable financial resources, the
Home expects a mutually agreed-
upon capital contribution to be
made over and above the per cap-
ita cost so that it may take care
of those who are unable to meet
the full cost.
Beckerman said that "our per
capita cost including depreciation
for each resident is $10 per day, or
$300 per month. This includes
medical, psychiatric, podiatric and
rehabilitative services, medica-
tions, registered nurses around the
clock, special diets, and profession-
al case work and group work ser-
vices.
An analysis of statistics for
March, 1959 regarding the
monthly mssntaawnta contribu-
tions made by residents and
their relatives reveals several
significant facts. Approximately
Homo for the Aged records for March. 1951 regarding the
monthly maintenance contributions made by residents and their
relatives indicates the following pertinent information:
Income Contributed Monthly by
Residents and/er Relative*
From $ 25 to $ 50 per month
Prom $ 50 ta $ 75__________
From $ 7$ to $100__________
From $100 to $150__________
From $150 ta $200----------------
From $200 to $250 __________
From $250 to 9300___'.___
$300 per month----------
No. Of Percent
Residents Total
_____9
_____19
_____11
-------25
TOTAL
10
_ 4
_ 1
5
90
7.50%
22.50
13.75
31.25
1230
5.00
l.M
6.25
100.00%
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tribute less than the actual
monthly gee capita cast of their
maintenance. Exactly 30 per
cent contribuf* lass then $75 per
month; almost 44 percent contri-
bute less, then $.100 per month;
and 40 residents, or 75 percent
of the total number, contribute
lass than $490, which Is only, half
ef the monthly per capita cost.
Only five residents, or 6.25 par-
cent, are contributing the foil
per capita cost ef $300 per
The total income received
from residents during March
amounted to $9.79,40. If all resi-
dents, were to pay she full monthly
per capita cost, the Home's income
for resident maintenance would
amounted to $24,000. The Home
therefore incurred a deficit for
March of $14,200. which is made
up by allocations from the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, United
Fund, the Home's three auxiliaries,
and donations from the general
community. On an annual basis,
the deficit amounts k> slightly
more than $170,000.
The sources of resident mainten-
ance income and the amounts from
each source during March are as
follows:
assistance is not granted to the
senior citizen unless investigation
reveals there is financial need.
Public assistance Income (old age
assistance and county aid) amount-
ed to $4,036.20, or 41 percent of
the total maintenance income re-
ceived during March. Projected
on a 12-month basis, this would
amount to over $46,000.
Tbe first comprehensive study
ef nursing homes in the United
State* was undertaken a few
years ago as a joint project of
the Commission en Chronic Ill-
ness and U.S. Public Health Ser-
vice of tha federal government.
The results of that study indicate
that in 33 percent of the 3,773
patients, the patient or his fam-
ily was the sola source of in-
come for tha nursing homos. At
tha Homo for tha Aged hero, only
in 12.5 percent of total number
of patients is tha resident or his
family the sole source of income
for the Home.
"It is our conviction, as a mat-
ter of fact, that tbe community is
assuming a greater share of the
burden than it should," Cypen,
Spaet and Beckerman said. "We
are in a much more difficult situa-
tion than most other non-pro/it
homes for the aged because in Mi-
ami so many relatives of appli-
cants and residents do not reside
in Florida.
"Our policy has always been and
will continue to be in the case of
our applicants and residents that
the sins of the children shall not
be visited upon tbe parents. There
have been a considerable number
of instances where children or rel-
atives residing in other communi-
ties have refused to accept any re-
sponfibUiay for our applicant or
resident. In every instance, the
admissions committee of the Home
has admitted the applicant despite
our knowledge that the relatives
were in a position to pay in whole
or in part. The applicant desper-
ately needed the protective en-
vironment of Douglas Gardens
that was the determining factor."
Source of Income
Residents' own funds
Relatives
Social Security
Pensions & Insurance
State Old Age Assistance
County Aid ...........-........
Total .........------------
Amount
$ 520.00
3,298.00
1,410.80
. 324.40
3,252.00
784.20.
$9,789.40
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 5SCMW
IN UK:
PETITION FOR ADOPTION OF:
HARLKXE I. GER8HON
L Eugene D. Rosenfeld, for-
\r executiT* director of
Jng Wand Jewish Hospital,
b been appointed cpnsul-
Et to Hadassah for Hadas-
h-Hebrew University Medi-
[l Center. Dr. Rosenfeld
. odvise Hadassah's na-
Inal board on all matters
Innected with construction
Id establishment of $21 mil-
En Hadassah-Hebrew Uni-
krsity Medical Center now
Ling built at Kiryat Hodas-
kh, five miles west of Jvu-
llem.
i.ir.VOH-N:
YOl' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
Hi the 2Cth day of March, 158, a lv-
tlllon for Adoption has been filed by
GEORGE B. PULAKK1 to adopt
IIARI.ENE L GERSHON, a minor
child
YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to
be and appear in the above mv|i-.i
Court on the 28th day of April, lttt
i>uu to then and there snow cause why
said Petition for Adoption should not
be granted.
TIATWD at Vlaml. T>ade County,
Florida, this 2sth day of March, 1958.
E. II. LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(seal) I!y: I.. A. CMS ARE
Deputy Clerk.
AARON M. KANNER, Esq.
Attorney, for Plaintiff
St* Shoreland Building
Miami. Florida
3/Z8,4/4-11-18
LIGAL NOTICE
Di".*f-o nr.uvn c rr,.\ir,ii ar ljizi
B.W. 37th Avenue, Miami. Fla.. intends
to register said name with the Clerk of
I i- Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
FRET) STONE
3/28. 4/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring tn encage In
business under the fictitious name of
Sir HerWrt .Motel. SI I Herbert Motel
ft Apartments: Sir Herbert Apart-
ments: Kir Herbert Hotel; 81r Herbert
Apartment Motel at 1910 71st Street,
Miami Beach. Florida intends, to .reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
MKJ. INC., a Florida Corporation
IRVINE C. SPEAR
Attorney for Applicant
420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, Fla.
3/28.4/4-11-18
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IK HEREBY GIVEN that
the I'nrteridaned, deslrine to engage In
business under 'the fictitious name of
A.ftB AUTO GLASS & MIRROR Co..
: S.W. '8th Btreet, Miami, Flor-
ida. Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Clreult Court of Dade
County, Florida.
SIDNEY HLUMISNFELD 60%
HOWARD- KAPLAN SOTfc
PALLOT. SILVER MULLOY
Attorneys for Applicants
3/28. 4/4-11-V
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
NATIONAL SALES al 7i3 N.E. 167th
Bt.. North Miami Boaeh, Florida In-
tends I" register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Daue
County. Florida.
Sola Owner
DAVID MacDONNA
NEI.BON ft SCHULMAN
Attorneys for David Mac Donna
3/21-28. 4/4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SUNSHINE COTTON SHOPS at 440
1'errine Avenue. I'errine. Florida In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
HERBERT C. NAFTAL
BLANCHE NAFTAL
SAUL WRONKER
BLANCHE WRONKER
HENRY NORTON
Attorney for Applicants
1406 Blscayne Building
4/4-11-18-25
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
.IEKSUP PALES ^cWCTA.TB?I at
403S NW. nth A-V*nue. Miami, WdrWa
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
SAMUEL RKKNICK
PAUL S. WEINER
ABRAHAM H. KHUKAT
Attorney for Applicants
420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, Fla.
3/21-J8. 4/4-11
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
soUctts fear teqal aeflcee.
W apprtrial* your
patronage occoNite service at legal
FR 4-4366
n'J Dance Sunday Evening
|oung adults of the North Coun-
K'MHA Branch of the Greater
fcmi Jewish Community Center
be presenting its April dance,
Bnce Macabre," Sunday even-
9 p.m., at the Robert Richter
Norman Ostrov is chairman.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the Undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
INTHKAMBRICAN TRADING BU-
REAU at 7B2ri Adventure Ave., Treas-
ure Island, Miami Beach, Fla., In-
tends to register aaid name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Count*', Florida. _
J. R. SCHWARTZ
CLEMEN .1 KHRLICH,
Attorney for Applicant
1/28,4/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MacEI-ROD ASSOCIATES at 420 Lin-
coln Road, Miami Beach. Florida In-
tend to register said name with the
Clark of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
MacELROD ASS By: Mac E|rod
ROBERT M McCLOSKY
Attorney for MacE'rod Associates
420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach. Fla.
I 21 -28, 4/4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
PEARSON AND COMPANY at 3797
El Prado Boulevard. Coconut Grove.
Miami. Florida, Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
DICK PEARSON & CO., IN'"
By Richard Pearson, President
ALBERT L. ROSEN
Attorney for Dick Pearson ft Co., Inc.
9") Lin-"'" Rd.. Miami Beach, Flu.
4/4-11-18-25
LEOAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
I, TICK IS HEREBY OIVEN that
.nderslgned, deairlnc U> emu
ttness under the fictitious "aSsS1
rd STREET SHOPPING CENTER.
iiji N.E. |6*rd Btreet, Dade Cpun-
' Florida, and intends to register
1 mime with the Clerk of the < Ir-
. Court of Dade County. Florida.
/FOOD FAIR PROPERTIES, INC.
a Drlnware corporation author-
to do business in the State
LaTED at Miami Beech. Florida.
I 3rd day of March. 1938. >
1-28, 4/4-11________________________
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
fcoTlCE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
, undersigned, desirina to engage n
iness under the fictitious """;'''
J&NEER HOUSE at >, M1el,W!'a1"
time. Miami Beach. Florida '"'fVerk
TreKister aald name with.*"" ^'"k
[the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Tr'da LEONARD GUCKMAN
fYBR, WEISS, ROSEN & ROSE
Eorneya for I-eonard Olicfcman
f Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach, Fla.
| i 1-11-It -_____________________
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Je undersigned, desiring to engage In
fainesi under the fictitious name ol
WNN MARGARET CO. I"t ni-
trated) at lttl Meridian Avenue. Ml-
fm Reach, Fla., Intends to rfl\*r
lid name with the Clerk of tne t ir-
on Court of Dade County. Florida.
SAMUEL EHRENZWEIO
aLIANOFF WALLER
attorneys for Applicant
y;i->. 4/4-n_____________________
It a Term of the Children* Court of
1 the County of nondaaa, held t tne
County Court House in l.f''.<1'
I Syracuse, New York, on UM 3 *y
,? Hott LB* I VEHLJ. J-...
IN THE MATTER OF THE
ADOPTION
LOUIS EDWARD PECK
, n Infant under 14 yeara of B
I ijpon reading and i'M,}',;J"'^4Sf,)
|l KENNETH W. WRIGHT AND
lois a. WRIGHT |4th dav of Febnsmrr, ,1W. V,yM
I.r the adoption of COUlfl EDWARD
WF.CK and upon the .!*yt J?.,
fcRCU. MARION MrT PECK nm
RDOLPH H. HUTTAR duly executed
ind acknowledged on the 24th day OI
February, 19S8, whereby It a*P*a1r*
Ihal tie nresent whereabouts of the
I.id ROBERT WALTER PECK, pre-
luinpllve father of said infant are
unknown. It Is herebv ____~
[ORliERED. that ROBERT WALTER
I'ECK show cauae before me. on the
f.ird day of April. 1>58, at 2 o'clock in
Ihe afternoon, or as aoon thereafter
Is counsel can be heard, wby an order
khould not be granted approving tne
laid adoption; and It Is hereby firrrher
T ORDERED, that service of a enp*
If this order lie made upon ROHKRT
WALTER PECK either petworamPT. t
?ist twenty days prior to the return
fite hereof, or by inibUcatUms thereof
ft least once a week for s4* sive>elve
weeks in two newspapers published In
Ihe County of Dade. State of Florida,
fnost llkelv to five ni'lce to said
TRORF.RT WAITER PECK and bjr de-
I'lSltlni! a .,.],% h. r.-of In Ihe post
' 'flee si Kvrricni-c. New York, on or
before ihe (inv of the first publlca-
". In a securely losed posf-pald
dlreeted on the utlde there-
at the li
-urn. re-
. ely. at least forty-two days
IVIor to the return dte hereof: and
,nal either sub service personally i r
liatlnn and innrllnr as herein
mreelo.i i.. ,.,.0,rt ^.,e Bnd s'i
joUce of this application for '
Judse of th Children's Court
|i..,i, Gounty of Onoadags, N.Y.
h/'-M-ai-M. 4/4-U
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
.IKKKOi PRINTING intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florid*.
JOHN R. HILL
3/21-28.4/4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 13 HEREBY C.IVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SAM MAI.I.KN CO. mot Inc.) at 310
No. Miami Ave., Miami. Fla.. Intend
to reglater raid name with the Chw*
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida. _
MAX MALLEN
GLADYS LASER
AMOS BENJAMIN
Attorney for Applicants
IWfl Coral Way
3/21-28, 4/4-U ___________
NOTICE -BY PAJBLtCATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 58C2059
HARRY PIERCE,
FlaiBtlU.
vs.
ELEANOR PIERCE,
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: BLEANtm PIERCE
94 Union Street
Holliston, Masaachusetts
Tou are hereby notified that a Bill
ot Complaint for Divorce has been
filed uaalnat you, and you are required
to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Wll of Complaint
[he i.liiintiff s Attorney, MELVIN
PCHAFFER, 2W0 ftW. 2nd Avenue,
Miami, Florida, and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
the clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the Ith day of April. 1951. If
vou fall to do so. judgment by default
v.1.1 be taken agairmt you for Ihe relief
demanded In Hie Bill of Complaint.
This notice isoall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORID1AN.
1K.NE AND ORDERED at MianjL
Florida, this 13th day of March, A.D.
I9M' E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court, I>de County. Florida
(Seal) By JjOAN SNEEI>EN,
Deputy Clerk.
MELVIN SCHAFFER
200 B.W. 2nd Avenue
Miami, Florida
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (I1VEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ol
PEPINO RBCRHATION CENTER at
number 1407 North Miami Avenue in
the City of Miami. Florida Intends to
register the said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
I.i;.d al Miami, Florida, this 2Sth
day of March. 1H58. _
WILLIAM GONZALES
BERNARD MARTIN
Attorney for Applicant
4/4-11-18-25
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY C.IVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to enjeage in
hitslt'css u'l.i.-r the ficltliais name of
UNITED BEVERAGE SERVICE at
427 NW 2nd Ave.. Miami, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
Sole Owne-
IIARVEY TRCPKIN
LEON A. EPSTEIN
Attorney for Appletnt
420 Lincoln RJ.. Miami Beach. Fla.
i 1-11-18
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 48071-A
In RE: Estate of
TILLIE BACH.
Deceased.
NOT.CE TO CREDITORS .
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
inc Claims or Demands Against Said.
E*Yoii"are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of TILLIE BACH, deceased late
of Dade County. Florida, to the Coun-
ty Judges of Dade County, and tile
the same In their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, npj-
ida, within eight calendar month*
:rom tne uats Si the first PUb"^'l<"
hereof or the same will be barred.
NAOMI BACH FRIEDMAN,
SIDNEY EFRONSON m
21 Shoreland Bldg., Miami. Fla.
3/21-28,4/4-11 _________
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
EL BOCAD1TO RESTAURANT at
number 2401 North Miami Avenue In
the City of Miami. Florida Intends to
register the said name with the Clerk
ot the Circuit CouN of Bade Ooonty,
jjhuad at Miami. Florida this 28th
day of Tdarch, 1858.
LUIS GONZALES
BERNARD MARTIN
Attorney for Applicant
4/4-11-1^-25
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. 'N PROBATE.
No. 26582-A
in RE: Batata of _
LILLIAN SCHACHTER
1 leCI :!- -I _
NOTICE OF INTFNTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given thai Ws
nied ouf I' nai Report sad Pe-
tition for Distribution and Final DH-
charae as Executors of the estate of
Lillian Rehachter deceased: and that
on the 2Hth day of April. lM, MS srlH
apply to the Honorable County Judges
,,! Datlg '-'iiinty. Florida, for approval
of said Final Report and for distribu-
tion and final di-char-'e as Eve [II -
of the estate of the above named de-
cedent.
This 26th day of March. I958.
MILTON sc" vi-HTER
ALICE BTMONDfl
BURNETT ROTH, Esq. apd
FRANK COHEN. Esq.. Attorneys
420 Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach, tla.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ABLE SALES at 5410 NW. ltth Ave-
nue, Miami, Florida Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
ALBERT FREEDMAN, Sole Owner
GOLDMAN & GOLDSTEIN
Attorneys tor Able sales
2303 West Flagler Street, Miami. Fla.
4/4-11-18-25
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY. No. 56C2248
EMMA BOOQB,
Plaintiff.
ALEXANDER BOGGS.
Defendant.
TO: ALEXANDER HOGGS
118-36 14Mh Street
Jamaica. Long Island. New York
YOU ARE HEREBY notified that
plainl for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required to
;, copy of your Answer or Plead-
in* to the Complaint on the Plaintiffs
rney. MORTON M. BE1GEUW.
Blscayne BulMlna. Miami :i2, Florida.
i,. the original Answei or pi. im-
Ing in the office of the Clerk of the
u Court on or before the lv.h
of April, ItU. U you fall to dl
ludgmenl by default will be taken
,-i you for the relief demanded,
In the complaint. ,
DONE AND ORDBRBD at Miami.
Florida, this l!>th da) of March. 1S.
E. P. LEATHERMAN. < lerk
Circuit Court. Dads '"ouniv Fb; ; ^
(seal) By: N. A. HEWEI i.
Deputy Clerk.
IIKICKl. TEITELMAN
Attorne.v s for Plaintiff
904 Blscayne Building
Miami 32. Florida
3/21-2S. 4/4-11 ________ .
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY C.IVEN that
the undersigned desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BAY TOWERS APARTMENTS at
2316 Bav Drive, Normandy Isle. Miami
Beach, Fla., Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade CcHU^nr}^
a Florida corporation
1/4-11-H-25
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring Jo engage in
business under the fictitious nane of
I.EHl.iH A(3tES BUILDING COM-
PANY at 800 71st Street. Miami
Beach. Fla., Intends to register saW
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Com i of LHtde County. Florida.
CEN'tRAL MORTGAGE AND
INVESTMENT CORPORATION
(A Florida Corporation)
By Gerald II. Gould. Pres.
4/4-11-18-23
AUoiney fur Plaintiff
J/tl-iT 4/<-ll
NOT.CE BY PUBL CATION
IN THE CIRCUIT 04XJBT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. MC2445
ROSEMARIE FRYER WE1BEL,
Plaintiff.
DAVID H.' WE1BEU
^""SoItFOR DIVORCE
TO: DAVtl) H. WE1UB1-
185 East Court Street
Doyleatown. Pennsylvania
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of complaint for Divorce has been
filed aeaJnst you. and you sje regtilr-
ed to serve a coy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of ."""'"I"'',I
he plaintiffs Attorney, Jom.i '<
PARDO. 30", Industrial NaUon.l 1Bank
Building, Miami 3:'. """-Ida and li-
the original Answer or I*I'"JI"'11" ., '
office of the ON* Of the Clr< ull
Court on or beiore the -Mh OajrOI
April. 1?:.K. If >'< f'1'1 '" "' ""' J i ,
ment by defaul, lll Mftig
you for the reltW deinanded in the Bill
of cv.'oolalnt. ___ i.i
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami
,, nils :.tls nay of M.ncb, ai-.
IKXTHERMAN, Cjl*
Clrcull i 'Vl'rwKTT
<~ S A iV-puD:'.Tlw'k.
^"^J^^o^ Banh aa.
Miami 12, I-'nrida.
I/2S.4/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IH HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
basiness unoar the flcilnpuj nsme or
E-fc-PIK at 5700 West Flagler Btreet
rrs^'V^^e'-CU-rk" *"f ^rSSl
Court of Dad. ^^fg^.,
a Florl'la corpo|*H<,n
By: Oscar Mayers. President
I. R. MAYERS
Attorney for Sarmay Corp
1612 Congress Bldg.. Miaati, Fla.
4/6-11-16-25 ^_____
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OTVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious nflrtie of
I,1S'AVNE TERRACE FLORIST
AND FRUIT SHIPPER at macayne
. Motel, 340 Blscayne Blvd.
Miami, Fit, Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the i .rcult
,,., of Dade Cou^norida^
1/28.4/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious nanu- of
KATTIWAMTUS BAR at 843 N.W.
r,4th Street, Miami. Fla.. intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
hkMAR8AILLE HOUGH, Sole Owner
KESSI.ER & GARS
Attorneys for Applicant
1898 S.W. 1st Btreet
4/4-11-18-25 ____________
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
husiness under the fictitious name of
SCOTT'S MEAT CENTER at .Ml
M \V L'ind AVenue intends to register
said name with the clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Ooentv, Florida.
LDLA EPSTEIN, Sole Owner
A. J. KAPLAN
Attorney for Lula Epstein
4/4-11-:
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERKHT C.IVEN that
the nnderMgned. desiring to engage In
husiness under 'he ncllrious name of
A.A A -I MIRROR CO.
at 2731 S.W. 8tb Street. Miami, Flor-
ida, Intend to register said name with
Ihe Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
''"""^'KIDNEY BLUMENFELD 50%
HOWARD KAPLAN 50*
PALLOT. SILVER ft MULLOY
Attorneys for Applicants
3/2S.4/4-U-I8____________
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ol
I |- -Mri'NCY at 840 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach, Dade County, Florida
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dada
Coumy. Florid^ ^^
JAMES l.EVENSON
KATZ AND ROSEN
Atloj-nev* Tor L ft T Agency
4/4-11-18-25
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring l engage in
business ijnder ihe fictitious "?'*'
WATERFRONT APTS at 1975-1986
Calais DT-. Miami Beach intend to
register shid name with Ihe Clerk "f
,he Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida, -
Sole Owners
PRANCES HERDER
HAMVab HERDER
3/28.4/4-11-18 __^_
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under Ihe fictitious name or
SONYAS LADIES WEAR intend to
register ssld name with the Clerk of
Ihe Circuit Court of Dade nksWSM
F,orW*- HERMAN
I. IE I.IK'ltKRMAN
J MAURICE FTNKBL
Attorney for Sonya Lleberman
J/21-28, 4/4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS H KUKRI t.IVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
DADE AMBULANCE at 2987 W. Flag-
fer St.. Miami. Florida Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
ctrcu,t h&tt$5$!*
By Harold A. Gould
COUR8HON, FINK ft GOI.DWORM
reys for Flagler Ambulance
Service, Inc.
4/4-11-18-25
NOT.CE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th'e undersigned, deslrlm: to engage in
.. .,de, Ih, fi, lili..us name of
.i TO 111.ASS CO.. -'t 1 W.
8th Street, Miami, Florida, intend to
,me with the Clerk of
it of Dude County,
K'"r"lH npNBY BLUMBNFE1 D 30%
llnWARP KAPLAN lir*
I-OT. alLVER ft MULLOY
Attornej-s foi Applicants
3,28,4/4-11-18
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oman s
"World
The households of Samuel (Food Fair) Fried-
land and Dr. Irving Lehrman are especially busy
this week, as Sam and Hattie and Rabbi and Belle
prepare to leave for Israel Red-letter day is
Apr. 15 .
Dr. Lehrman will represent the Jewish Theo-
losical Seminary of America at an educators' con-
ference, and report back to the Seminary on its "work-in-progress"
|n Israel This is his third visit to the Jewish State .
Both men will also be bearers of a hand-lettered parchment
Scroll from Gov. LeRoy Collins to President Itzhak Ben-Zvi .
Jhr scroll conveys greetings-end congratulations from the citizens
pf Florida to the citizens of Israel on their 10th anniversary.
April Showers The bluebird of happiness presided over
Ihe surprise shower last week for the former Priscilla Jean Rosen-
Icld. who became Mrs. Morton Lee Perry last Sunday Hos-
cssed by Brenda (Mrs. Sidney) Sachs at her beautiful home at
290 SW 62nd pi., the shower theme was carried out in centerpiece
plates Cakes were decorated with wedding bells, umbrellas
and the names of Priscilla and Morton, while the little bluebirds
ippeared in delicate detail on candies and icing .
Among those shouting "Surprise!" were Mort's mother, Ger-
trude (Mrs. Joseph) Rabinowitz, and his sister, Arline (Mrs. Jack)
Loewenstein, party-pretty in a dark red print frock Also Lois
(Mrs. Frank) Stephens, Jr., Mildred (Mrs. Barnett) Sachs, Emma
[Mrs. Isadore) Sachs and Martha (Mrs. Abe) Sachs And Flora
(Mrs. Bernard) Supworth, Dolly (Mrs. Alfred) Lev, Hilary (Mrs.
Leo) Mindlin, Shirley (Mrs. Jerome) Silver and Edith (Mrs. Leo)
Levin .
Many variations of the sack dress were in evidence Pris
herself, flushed and lovely, wore a sleek melon and-whitc striped
chemise Gathered around her to watch the opening of the gifts
vi-re Elaine (Mrs. Leon) Labbie and Ceil Labbie, Leatrice (Mrs.
Arthuri Sachs, Flo (Mrs. Jack) Kravitz, Helen (Mrs. Max) Sachs
and Fanny (Mrs. Alfred) Reich Also Adele (Mrs. Seymour)
Shafer, Melba (Mrs. Jerome) Stern, Arlene (Mrs. Bert) Leider, and
My ma (Mrs. Jerome) Jackson .
Mustn't forget Jackie (Mrs. Donald) Eisenberg, Dorothy (Mrs.
Joe) Levine, Adele (Mrs. Howard) Holtzman, Miss Daphne Weiss,
Miss Jane Naar, and Eleanor (Mrs. Sanford) Gillis ... Or Ann
(Mrs. Sheldon) Frank, Rose (Mrs. Herman) Kasha, Ann (Mrs. Sam)
Sarnoff and George Nelkin Priscilla's secretary at the Anti-
defamation League, Sandy Lochman, was keeping the record gifts
and thinking happily of husband Robert's imminent arrival on
furlough from his Army post And ADL secretary Lynn Wein-
berg intriguing many of us with tales of her dramatic studies.
Congratulations are in order for Haskell Lazere, Southeastern
irector of the American Jewish Congress, and his bride, the for-
mer Ruth Benjamini Ruth, who came here from Israel, met
iaskell while she was working on an Israel Bond drive several
[months ago They were married Apr.jLgJ Temple Beth Sholom,
land went on a wedding party at the Lucerne hotel They will'
|make their home ia the city.
a
Rhoda and Morris Levitt are due to return next week from
[Japan, where Morris has been stationed with the Armed Forces
[since January, 1997 Rhoda is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
|AI Berman, of 3739 Sheridan ave., with whom the couple will reside.
Architect Gilbert Fein and his wife are entertaining his par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fein Jack is also an architect, and
[has had his offices in New York for over 40 years now "Like
father, like son" Incidentally, Gilbert's brother-in-law, Joel
I Cooper, is an architect, too ... Is there any saying that goes "Like
[father, like daughter's husband?"
In town recently were comedian Phil (Sgt. Bilko) Silvers and
his lovely wife Difiing out with them one evening last week
was their good friend Councilman Bernie Frank.
Jill Goldstrich, of 6844 Harding ave., gave a shower luncheon
for Marcia Jervis at the Algiers hotel Apr. 5 Marcia will marry
Lew Kanner on June 15 .
Guests were members of Marcia s family and her Alpha Ep-
silon Phi sorors Orchid parasols and long pink tapers keynoted
the decor.
It was a 55th wedding anniversary celebration for Mr. and
Mrs. Sam H. Berger, of 1310 Euclid ave., and three generations
gathered in the Scheherazade room of the Algiers for a dinner party
given by their children .
Down from New York with their families for the occasion were
sons Louis and Eli Daughters Mrs. Sophie Polak, from New
York, and Mrs. Rae Stein, of Miami Beach, made up the second
generation ...
Among the 40 guests were five grandchildren and friends Mr.
and Mrs. Dave Levinson and Dave's mother, Mrs. Dora Levinson
From Ellenville, N.Y., came Dr. and Mrs. John Weiss, Peter
and Jean Messina, from Kingston, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Streifer.
Mrs. Dave Levinson, by the way, entertained her Ellenville
friends and several from Miami Beach in the same Scheherazade
room of her husband's hotel, the Algiers, on Apr. 2 Luncheon
and cards was on the agenda, with this unique extraa special
"gossip" table for the non-players!
Houseguest for several weeks of Mr. and Mrs. Bret Cipes, of
1077 95th St., Bay Horbar Island, is Mrs. Cipes' sister from New
Rochelle, N.Y., Misa Dorothy Ress Also in town is another
sister. Mrs. David Winnick, of North Pelham, NY., who is here
with her husband.
Vacation plans for the Jerome Hofmayer family, of 1301 NE
100th st., call for a general "splitting-up" during the month of July
After journeying to Chicago together, they will head for sep-
arate destinations .
Arthur, 1Q. will go to a boys' camp in Wisconsin Toni, 14,
will arrive at a ranch in Montana While Mr. and Mrs. Hofmayer
will travel all the way up to Lake of the Woods, Canada, for a
reunion with some of his Ohio State University alumni friends.
Max and Blanche Meisel, of 4444 Post ave., are leaving Apr.
25 for an extended trip through France, Italy, Switzerland, Holland
and England ... They sail on the Nieuw Amsterdam for a leisurely
muse across.
ue\wiisJhJEIlDipidliiaun
Miami, Florida. Friday. April 11, 1958,
Section B
State Federation of Women's Chapters
To Participate in BB Tampa Convention
Florida State Federa;ion of B'nai
B'rith Women's Chapters will join
with the Florida State Federation
of B'nai B'rith Men's Lodees for
their 22nd annual convention this
weekend in Tampa.
Mrs. George Baltuch. of Miami
Beach, president of the Women's
Chapters will preside at the busi-
ness sessions and be toastmaster
for the Sunday luncheon.
Over 200 delegates and alter-
nates from the State of Florida
are invited to participate. Mrs.
Jay Markowitx, of Tampa, is
convention chairman, and Mrs.
GeraM Solti, of Miami, is in
charge of workshops en mem-
bership, program, and fund-rais-
ing.
Mrs. Gilbert Fisher, of Washing-
ton, D.C., first vice president of
District 5, will be guest speaker
and installing officer. E. Albert
Pallot, president of District 5, will
give the keynote address. Other
speakers include Judge B. K. Rob-
erts, of Tampa; Julius Fisher, exe-
cutive secretary of District 5, of
Roanoke. Va.; Nate Perlmutter. re-
gional director of Anti-Defamation
League; Jerry Carver, director of
B'nai B'rith Youth, District 5; and
Rabbi Schwartz, Hillel director, of
Gainesville.
Delegates from the Miami area
who will attend are the Mesdames
Stephanie Klein, Nat Spiegelman,
Murray Lazarus, A. Teitel, Betty
Birchansky, M. Rand, AI Reich,
Daniel Lapin, Bernard Broads, Es-
ther Lerman, Max Kern, Murray
Summers, Bernard Supworth, Les-
ter Arkin, Karl Greenberg, Milton
Perlman, Richard Schwartz and
Miss Minna Litman.
Highlight of the convention will
MRS. GIORGE BALJUCH
be the election of officers for the
1958-59 year and installation at the
final banquet on Apr. 14. Head-
quarters will be at the Hillsboro
hotel in Tampa.
WQ4tlrta?wL
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Sets You Afloat
In a mist of Sup'tma,
the couturiere cotton
jheer. Float-skirted over
its own petticoat, freshed
with a snow flurry of
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grey or black. 8-16.
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Sir Leslie Plummer to Address Israel
Bond Function at Fonta!nb!eau Apr. 29

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Sir Leslie Plummer, distinguish-
ed British Parliamentarian and for
17 years a director of Lord Beaver-
brook's newspapers, will be the
principal speaker at a dinner
marking the 10th anniversary of
' Israel in the Fontaincbleau hotel
Tuesday, Apr. 29.
The dinner will be under the aus-
pices of the State of Israel Bond
Organization, and Sir Leslie will
be rfWiitrf^Vlfamr^pecifically for
this function, according to an an
nouncement by Jacob Sher, Great-
ler Miami chairman ol Israel
l Bonds.
|Samuel Gertner, executive director of Mt. Sinai
Hospital, receives check from United Order oi
True Sisters, national fraternal order, which
contributes an annual grant to hospital for
cancer prevention and treatment. This year Or-
_der increased its grant to $700 from $500 an-
jnual contribution it has been making to Mt
Sinai since 1954, when Order also provided
[funds to eguip hospital's isotope laboratory.
Funds provided by Order are used for cancer
patients who cannot afford treatment. Mem-
bers of delegation are (left to right) Mrs. Leo-
pold Strauss, national cancer chairman, Uni-
ted Order of True Sisters; Mis. Fred Fuller,
president of Miami chapter; Mrs. Julien Ollen-
dorf, president of Miami Circle; and Mrs. Law-
rence Friedman, vice president of Miami chap-
ter. Not shown is Mrs. Louis London, Dade
county area cancer chairman, who was also
a member of the delegation.
AJCongress Plans Conference on Miami Beach
Preliminary plans for the bien-
lial convention of the American
lewish Congress to be held at the
f)eauvil) hotel May 14 to 18 fore
ast an outstanding convention, ac-
ording to Rabbi Yaakov G. Rosen-
erg, chairman pf the South Flor-
[!a Coujyyl^^r
Chairman of the convention will
be Dr. Israel Goldstein, president
pf the American Jewish Congress.
The opening plenary session, to be
field May .14. W1H ieature address-
's by Dr.^NJhum Goldmann, Wal-
ler Reuther ana Rev. Martin Lu-
kher King.
On* Wmfw of the conven-
tion wilt be dwroted to a discus-
sion of "The Problem of Integra-
and the Jew," featuring Rabbi
Charles Mantinband, of Hatties-
burg. Miss., and Will Maslew, di-
rector of the Department of Pub-
lic Affair* of the American Jew-
ish Congress.
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, a
member of the national executive
committee of American Jewish
Congress, and of the Dade County
Board of Public Instruction, will
serve as chairman for a session on
education devoted to a discussion
of "Interreligious Relations Con-
flict or Competition."
An American Jewish Congress
Sabbath will be held in synagogues
throughout the Greater Miami
area.
On Saturday evening. May 17,
a tenth anniversary banquet has
been planned to commemorate
Israel's 10th anniversary. Speak-
ers will include Israel Ambassa-
dor Abba Eban, Gov. G. Men-
nen Williams of Michigan, Am-
bassador U. Thant of Burma,
and Maxwell Rabb, Secretary of
the Cabinet.
Broward Hadassah
To Host Conference
The Hollywood Ft. Lauderdale
chapter of Hadassah will be hos-
tess to several hundred women
representing all the Florida and
Puerto Rico Hadassah groups at
a three-day conference to be held
at the Golden Gate hotel Apr. 26.
Mrs. Irving Chess, of Hollywood,
is over-all chairman of the confer-
ence, and Mra. Murray Taylor, lo-
cal president, will be on hand to
greet delegates and to preside at
several meetings.
, Acting as advisor to the con-
ference will be Mrs. Aberham
Tulln, of New York, national
chairman of Hadassah's Medical
Organization, which is instru-
mental in raising funds for the
erection of Hadassah's hospitals
and clinics in Israel.
At the Monday evening banquet,
delegates and guests will hear Dr.
Saul K. Padover, dean at the new
i
school, widely recognized authority |
on Thomas Jefferson and democ-
racy.
Assisting Mrs. Chess are Mrs. J.
J. Briefer and Mrs. Earl Brown, <
.r Hc'lvwofxl. who 'vi'l be in charge
In 1948, Sir Leslie resigned his
position with Lord Beaverbrook
to act as the first chairman of
the Overseas Pood Corporation,
a corporation formed by the
British Government for the pur-
pose of converting many millions
of acres of bush in Tanganyika,
to provide fats and oils for Brit-
ain, and at the same time im-
prove the standard of living of
*fl>e"1ndigent African labotTr.
In 1950, he resigned this post,
and in 1951 was elected Labor
M. P. for Deptford, a London
Thames-side constituency made
famous by Samuel Pepys, who as
the director of the Navy victualling
yard lived in Deptford.
Sir Leslie has focused his Par-
liamentary attention on the British
Colonies and dependent territories,
on agriculture, and on internation-
al relations.
He is by profession a politician,
and by trade a farmer. He owns
a thousand-acre farm in Essex
county.
Guests at the dinner will also
hear a report from the nominating
committee headed by Max Orovitz.
and composed of Orovitz, Sam
Blank, Sher, William Borenstein,
and Seymour Liebman.
Gov. William Stratton of Illinois
will bring greetings from the gov-
ernors' conference, convening in
Miami on the 18th.
Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg has
>y "-> Soil~':.\'.<3 region of .the
\TTican Jewish Congress. Res-
vat ons f r file >arquet May 17
v be made HpniTh Mrs. Fein-
berg or the Congress Office. 906
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J$*r hard Woldorf
Mitxvah
kdrd Alan, son of Mr. and
,. Maurice Waldorf, 7575 Ponce
[Leon rd., Miami, will become
| Mitzvah, Saturday, Apr. 12, at
iipli' Judea.
labbi Morris Skop will officiate,
Ki Cantor Herman Gottlieb ren-
fnn the musical portion of the
e
...JgrTfTt a aWWtl Hf tBe relig-
school of Terttel* Jorlea and
,nds Ponce fle Leon Junior High.
Sddush in his honor will be held
r -ception hall of the temple
the service,
nong out-oi-town guests ex-
led to altenfl are Mrs. Efta Wal-
X, of HicKSViTle, L.I.; Mr. and
I. Samuel Hnrwrtt, Dorchester,
is.: Mr. and Mrs. George Kaye
[daughter, Riverdale, N.Y.; Mr.
Mrs. Joel S. Frankel and
ghters, Clifton, N.J.; and Mr.
Mrs. Louis Goldey, New York
lazier Resigns
om Bond Post;
be Honored
ney Glazier, who has resigned
city manager ot the State of Is-
Bond Organization in this
will be honored by a com-
nity luncheon at the Algiers ho
[Tuesday noon, according to an
juncement by Jacob Sher,
rman of'.the Greater Mia.in
imittee for Israel Bonds.
Hazier, a native of Philadelphia,
associated with theatres in the
ktern part of the United States
the beginning o his career.
^t the outbreak of war, he enlisted
was attached to a bomber
ip which saw service"*in New
ea and the Philippines. He
from the ranks to the status
IcapJain.
|n 1951, he joined -the Israel
ml Organization and was assign-
special events for the nation-
| organization. In 1954, he took
;r as city manager of this area
was instrumental, under the
Idance of-Sher, in helping sell
Ireeonl breaking total of $4,000,-
in Israel Bonds.
Bsher paid tribute to Glazier's
Dtegrity and efforts on behalf of
Israel Bond campaign" in mak-
the announcement.
irbin Wins in Contest
iLewis Serbin, 15 year-old son of
|r. and Mrs. John Serbin, was
limed the winner of the Miami
each Optimist Club oratorical
kntest.
[Serbin, a 10th grade student at
liami Beach High School, will
Itmpete in a zone contest against
tinners of other Optimist Clubs in
tis area, Manny Goldstritch, con-
kst chairman, announced. Serbin
fas awarded a trophy.
[Judges were Councilman Harold
pact. Judge Milton Feller and
labbi Alexander Gross.
It'll Describe His Trip
Paul Kwitney, local attorney,
rill describe bis recent trip to Is-
rael at the Maccabee's Oneg Shab-
bat Friday, 8:45 p.m., at the home
K Gil Rappaport, 901 7th st, Mi-
kmi Beacn.
Miami Beach lodges and chap
ters of B'nai Brith last Week cir-
culated a letter to members sug-
gesting that children observe
then- moral obligations When ab-
senting themselves from school on
Jewish holidays and use that ab-
sence in consonance with the relig-
ious practices which prevail in
your homes."
The letter, an open plea calling
upon parents not to permit their
children to look upon the Passover
holidays as "a day off from school"
but as a religious observance,- cau-
tioned:
"Th*y (educators) are dis-
quieted rhat tome of ft* children
father on rh* playground* of
schools awd/ot street corners,
generally conducting themselves
in a manner which it onbecom-
ing durina the reliloo* holi-
days."
Indicating that this kind of ab-
sence "technically borders oh
truancy," the presidents of the six
Miami Beach lodges and chapters
concluded that "if there are holi-
days which your families do not ob-
serve, ytfu can perhaps discuss
with your children their corollary
obligation to attend school."
Signatories were Mrs. Lester
Arlrin, North Shore chapter; Jack
Fink, Miami Beach Lodge: Mrs.
Maxwell Davis, Miami Beach chap-
ter; Nathan Glickman, North Shore
Lodge; George Kronengold. chair-
man. Greater Miami ADL Council;
and Mrs. Esther Lerman, Chai
chapter.

Dick Lynn to Entertain
At North Dade Rally
Dick Lynn, entertainer now ap-
pearing at the Crown hotel, will
headline the Sunday evening rally
at the North Dade Jewish Center.
Larry K. Nixon, comedian, has
arranged for the appearance of
Lynn, as well as other top enter-
tainers now appearing locally in
Greater Miami.
The rally will be another in a
succession of meetings culmina-
: ting in a swimming pool award
| dance to be held July 13 at the N.
Miami Armory.
Steven, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Greenberg, 9064 Bay dr.,
Suriside, will become Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Beth Sha-
lom Saturday morning, Apr.
12. Rabbi Leon Kronish will
officiate. Steven is a member
of Beth Sholom's confirma-
tion class of 1960.
He'll he Guest of Honor
Rabbi Herbert M. Baumgard,
spiritual leader of South Dade Jew-
ish Center and director of the
South Florida Council of the Union
of American Hebrew Congrega-
tions, will be the guest of honor at
the tenth anniversary dinner of
Temple B'nai Israel, Elmont, L.I..
Saturday evening, Apr. 12. This is
the Temple which Rabbi Baum-
gard served for eight years prior
to his coming to Miami.
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[riday. April 11, 1958
+Jewish tVorklk*!
7-B
id Begley Returns to Grove Theatre
n Chayefsky's "Middle of the Night1
Bringing the Coconut Grove
layhouse's regular season of
>ama to a stirring climax will be
ie of the biggest hits in racent
roadway history. Starting Mon-
V, Ed Begley will return to Mi-
U to star in Paddy Chayefsky's
Middle of the Night." the drama-
: triumph that just concluded a
ng run in New York and is cur-
Xntlv touring the country with Ed-
lard G. Robinson in the leading
Be._ ________________
lozart, Tcrtini
(o be Offered
y Joseph Szigeti
IConcerto in D major K. 218 for
lolin and Orchestra, by Mozart,
|11 be the principal work of the
aiversity of Miami Symphony
Inecrt Sunday and Monday eve-
|n.:- at Miami Beach and Dade
aunty Audftoriums.
| Renowned Violinist Joseph Szi-
pn will be soloist. On the podium
be guest conductor Howard
litchell.
Alto programmed r Over-
ture to "Egmortt," by Beet-
hoven; Symphony No. 2, op. 35,
by Paul Creston; and Symphonic
>oem, "MoMau," by Semtana.
[ Szigeti will also be heard in a
erformance of Concerto in D
four, by Guiseppe Tartlni
Muster of all stylesclassic, ro-
kantic. modern Szigeti started
le vogue for many a concerto
Jom Tartlni through Bela Bartok
nd Ernest Bloch.
[ Szigeti was born in Hungary, and
now an American citizen and a
evident of Southern California for
ic last 13 years. He was taught
lolin first by his father, then
paced under the- guidance of the
Dted violinist and teacher Jeno
|ubay.
When Szigeti was 12, ha was
{brought before Joachim, great-
est violinist of the 19th century,
[who accompanied the boy at the
[piano, as he performed the Beet-
hoven Violin Concerto, then en-
[thusiastically predicted a great
[future for him.
This future has become an his-
torical fact, and the name of Szi-
peti a household word everywhere
the world.
Mitchell, distinguished conduct-
or of the National Symphony Orch-
kstra in Washington, D.C., takes
khe podium for the eighth pair of
kubscription concerts. Due to many
commitments with his own orch-
estra, he will not arrive here until
Friday for the last three rehears-
als.
The orchestra, however, has
Ibeen holding daily rehearsals for
Ithe past three weeks under Mo-
Ideste Alloo, associate conductor,
land is well prepared for Mitchell
Ito take over.
Begley, who captivated Grove
Playhouse audiences earlier this
season with his thrilling portrayal
in "Inherit the Wind," becomes
the first actor in the three seasons
of the Playhouse's existence to be
brought back for a repeat perform-
ance by popiibr ?cchim. Prom-
inently featured in support of Beg-
ley will be lovely Vnna Cnne,
who has appeared on Broadway in
the starring rc!j o' "Bus Sop" and
also in the f'-- ision of "Tea
and Sympa by."
Chayefsky, now finely estab-
lished among th ranks of Amer-
ica's most o>ift ed to national prominence on t'-e
wing* of his television play,
"Marty," which later became a
successful motion picture, star-
ring Ernest Borgnine. His sub- '
sequent film and television
creations include "The Catered
Affair" and "The Bachelor
Party."
"Middle of the Night" is a love
story. Begley, as a middle-agad
manufacturer, falls in love with
a beautiful young woman played
by Miss Crane, who is one of his
employees. The manufacturer is a
widower whose family strenuously
objects to his intended marriaee to
the girl. The girl, separated from
her insensitive, young husband, re-
turns his love, but also encounters
family opposition.
His role in "Middle of the Night"
affords Begley an opportunity to
demonstrate the versatility that
has made him one of television's
most sought-after actors. The dis-
tinguished actor created a sensa-
tion in New York when, after play-
ing the William Jennings Bryan
role opposite Paul Muni in "Inherit
the Wind" for two years, he switch-
ed overnight, replacing the ailing
Muni in the Clarence Darrow part.
"Middle of the Night" will be
presented at the Grove Playhouse
for two weeks, terminating its en-
gagement Apr. 26. Matinees are
given Wednesdays and Saturdays
at 2:30 p.m., with evening per-
formances, except Sundays, at
8:30.
'Birthday' to Launch Miami
Observance of Anniversary
ED BtCLtY
Festivities launching a broad
program of activities to celebrate
Israel's tenth anniversary will
open in Miami officially with a
"Birthday Luncheon" Thursday
noon, Apr. 24, in the "48" room
of the Dupont Tarleton hotel.
Stanley C. Myers, chairman of
the Greater Miami Committee
for Israel's Tenth Anniversary
Celebration, announced Wednes-
day.
The luncheon will be given for
members of the committee, rep-
resenting more than 65 major or-
ganizations in the area, and other
local notables.
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Levinthal Fete
Scheduled Apr. 21
NEW YORKDr. Israel Gold-
stein, co-chairman of the World
Confederation of General Zionists
and president of the American
Jewish Congress, and Abba Eban.
Sate of Israel's Ambassador to the
United States and the Uinted Na-
tions, will be among speakers at a
testimonial dinner to honor Judge
Louis E. Levinthal Apr. 21 in the
Waldorf Astoria hotel.
The event will mark Judge Lev-
intihal's 65th birthday year and will
also celebrate Israel's tenth anni-
versary. The jurist is a member of
the Court of Common Pleas of
Philadelphia County and an hon-
orary president of the American
Jewish League for Israel, sponsor-
ing organization.
Other speakers will be Louis
Lipsky, dean of American Zion-
ism and an honorary president
of the American Jewish League
for dsrael; Eira Z. Shapiro, of
Cleveland, the League's presi-
dent; and Samuel Rothberg, of
Peoria, III., chairman of the
League's board of directors.
The League is an organization
devoted to Israel's welfare and to
American Jewish culture, estab-
lished on the principle of "non-
affiliation" with Israeli political
factions. The League recently an-
nounced it had joined the World
Confederation of General Zionists,
an organization of diaspora Jew-
ish groups also espousing" a "non-
affiliation" policy.
Levinthal. a former president of
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica and former national co-chair-
man of the United Jewish Appeal,
has long been active in promot-
ing Jewish welfare, education
and literature. He is president of
the Philadelphia chapter and a
member of the board of the Na-
tional Conference of Christians
and Jews.
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Mrs. Louis Glasser is chair-
man of the arrangements com-
mittee for the luncheon. A high-
light of the occasion will be the
cutting of a huge birthday cake
by mayors of Greater Miami's
municipalities.
A. Arthur Pekelner, chairman
of the executive committee, point-
ed out that the Greater Miami
observance of Israel's anniver-
sary, like that taking place in
hundreds of other communities
across the nation, will be under
broad, non-sectarian sponsorship,
involving not only all denomina-
tions, but all shades of political
opinion and peoples of all faiths.
To be invited to the luncheon
are leading representatives of
Miami's business life, the scien-
ces, arts, government and lead-
ing professions.
Among organizations represent-
ed on the executive committee
are the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion, Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center, Greater Miami
Jewish-Federation, Zionist Coun-
cil of South Florida, Hadassah,
Labor Zionists of Greater Miami,
Zionist Organization of America,
Jewish Labor Committee.
Also th* Rabbinical Assn.,
the Council of Pioneer Women,
National Council of Jewish Wo-
men, B'nai B'rith, B'nai B'rith
Women, American Jewish Con-
gress, American Jewish Com-
mittee, Jewish War Veterans,
and the Anti-Defamation Lea-
gue.
The commi'tee is planning a
series of events to take place
throughout the coming year in
tribute to Israel's tenth anniver-
sary. Highlighting these events
will be a mammoth community-
wide birthday celebration to be
held Thursday, May 8, at Bay-
front Park Auditorium.
Synagogues and temples of
Greater Miami will mark the an-
niversary with special tributes to
Israel Aor. 25 and 26.
Senate Leaders' Views Clash
On How to Deal With Nasser
WASHINGTON(JTA)Two key members of the Senate Foreign
Relations Committee, chairman Theodore F. Green and Sen. Alexander
Wiley, ranking Republican on the committee, expressed totally oppos-
ing views this week on how the Eisenhower Administration should deal
with President Nasser of the United Arab Republic.
Sen. Green, speaking before the
11th annual conference of the
Assn. of International Relations
Clubs, said that the Administration
should adopt a friendlier attitude
toward the UAR and try to get
along with Nasser.
He proposed that the United
States provide economic aid to
the UAR to replace assistance
from the Soviet bloc. Declaring
that the Eisenhower Administra-
tion had "no real Middle East
policy at all," Sen. Green said
the Administration had not pre-
vented or "even impeded the
Communist economic offensive in
the Middle East."
Sen. Wiley warned on the Senate
floor that "we must keep our pow-
der dry" in dealing with Nasser
whom he accused of "trying 4*
play both ends against the mid-
dle." He said the American posi-
tion toward the UAR "should be
one of friendship but caution.
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lervkes Open Final Days
If Passover on Friday
Final days of Passsver were to begin with services Thursday
king. Services are also scheduled for Friday and Saturday morn-
Yizkor, memorial for the dead, will be included in the Saturday
IDATH ISRAEL. 7*01 CaNyle v.
Ithodox. Rabbi laaa Ever.
i 10 a.m. Sermon: "The Stain
..-, Ilonilage." Saturday 8:30
Yizkr 10:80 a.m. Sitiiioii: "Me-
liii Prayers' During- a Holiday."
|HE EUEt. 2S35 W 19th ave. Can-
Morris Zimmerman.

H DAVID. 2S25 SW 3rd in. Con-
rvative. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg.
Intor William W. Lipaon.
m. and 6 u.m. Saturday
Yizkor.

H EL. M0 SW 17th ave. Orthodox.
v.30 a.m. ftuest spiritual lead-
ttal.l-i M.iii-is Klein, of Cleveland.
mi n: "Our Eternal Sons:." Sat-
30 a.m. Ylakor memorial. Talk
11,1m-\ Palmer. Beth El president:
:il liution of Our Destroyed Fa-
TH EMETH. 128SO NW 2nd ave.
,nsrvativa. Rabbi David W. Her-
Canter Hyaua Fain.
- II p.m. United Synagogue
It: Hi. ip to conduct services and
i meg Sbabbat Saturday 9 a.m.
CANDlEUGhlING TIME
21 Nisan 6:25 p.m.
*
Temple Zion to Honor Rabbi Waxmart;
Dignitaries Expected at Apr. 20 Event
JH ISRAEL,
rthodox. Rabbi
4000 Prairie ava
H. Louia Rottman.
6 C5 p.m. Sermon: "Feast of
Iratinn." Saturday S:t a.m. TIs-
; hel vice.

JACOB. 301.311 Washington
OrtnsdoK. Rabbi Tibor Stern,
kntor Maurice Vamehee.
lav 8:30 a.m. Sermon: "Ezodus
lout a Hrldge." Saturday 8:30 a.m.
nun: "The Memory Lives On."
ii 10:1.1 and tt:4S a.m. Dedlca-
nf a Memorial Tablet tiy Galbut
Mb
a
H RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ava.
nodcx. Rabbi Aria Becker.
\ 8:30 a.m. Sermon: "Dreams
Kndure." 6:15 p.m. Saturday 8:30
Sermon: "Faith Agaiust Chaos."
or 11 a.m.
-~ a
H TFILAH. 915 Euclid ave. Ortho-
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovaky.
a
>E HEIO.HTS JEWISH CENTER.
P1S0 NW tnd ava. Conservative
bbi Nathan H. Zwitman.
8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Freedom of
the Answer to Intellectual
Saturday 11 a.m. Yizkor.
kGLER-QRANADA. 50 NW Blat pi.
lonsel-vative. Rabbi Murray A.
Ustftr
lay S a.m. and 6:3 p.m. Saturday
,m, 10:10 a.m. Yizkor. Sermon:
mure Reborn in Spring and Kebirtlt
[l>f|mrted in Memory Land."
tlon.
reiy.
LBREW ACADEMY. 918 Mb at.
Srthodaa. Rabbi Alexander Gross.
May 8:30 a.jQ- Sermon: "Crossing
Hed Sea." I p.m. Saturday 8:30
Sermon: "Wtaa* We Owe Our
rents." 10:30 a.m. Ylakor.

IaLEAH.MIAMI SPRINGS. 911 Fla.
ningo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Lag
teim.
(Iday 9 a.m. Sermon: "Israel Sang
Sings?" 8:15 p.m. Presentation of
raell Shofar by Abraham Qrunmit. of
rael. Saturday 9 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
1:30 a.m. Ylakor. Serinou: "Oos
pkor Coincide with the Festival of
ptedomT"

iRAELITE CENTER. 3198 8W 24th
fter. Conservative. Rabbi Marten
iMalavsky.
Vlday a.m. and :20 p.m. Saturday
|8o a m. Sermon: "Remembering the
ead." Yizkor 10 a.m.
Room 315, Merrick bldg.. U of M.
campus. Reform. RabDi Herbert M.
Baumgard.
Friday 8:i p.m. (Juest Cantor Irving
Robinaon. Topic: "The Paaaover Mes-
sage as Depleted In Paseover Music. '
a
SOUTHWEST JEWISH CENTER. S43S
SW 8th at. Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham Levltan.
Friday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "The Cross-
ing of the Red Sea." Saturday 9 a.m.
Sermon: "Our Celestial Visitors."

TEMPLE BETH BKOLOM. 4144 Chaa*
ava. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kapnish.
Canter David Convlser.
Friday 10:45 a.m. Yizkor service. 8:15
p.m. Sermon: "The Tenth Anniver-
sary of Israel" (Fifth la a series.)
Saturday 10:45 a.m. Rar Mltzvah:
Steven, son of Mr. and Mm. Carl
Greenberg; Herbert, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Nadler.
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TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1704 Washing,
ton ava. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Canter Israel Reich.
Friday 9 a.m. and 8:30 p.m. Saturday
10:30 a.m. Yizkor services for roenj-
bera only. 12:30 p.m. Yiakor for tour-
ists and guests.

TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml-
AMI. 137 NE 19th st. Reform. Rabbi
Joseph Narot. Cantor Jacob Born-
stein.
Friday 11 a.m. Passover services and
Yizkor. 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Young
Lions and Marjorle Morning-starthe
Futility of War, and Jewish Values."
a
TEMPLE JUPEA. 320 Palermo ave
Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skop. Cantor
Herman Gottlieb.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "The Free-
dom to Believe." Candle blessing by
Mrs. Maurice Waldorf. Mrs. Etta Wal-
dorf and Mrs. Meyer Lopatkln. Satur-
day Passover service 10 a.m. Yizkor
11 a.m. Bar Mltzvah: Richard, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Waldorf.
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TEMPLE NER TAMIO. (Being erect-
ed at SOtfi st. and Tatnm Waterway.;
Medern Traditional.
Friday 9 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. Rabbi
Sheppard SS. Rnuia wilt conduct ser-
vices. Saturday 19:30 a.m. Yizkor.
Special memorial services in memory
former vice president Sara Sklar.
HABBI AIMED WAXMAN
Temple Zion will honor its spirit
ual leader. Rahbi Alfred Waxmaa,
at a testimonial dinner Sunday
evening, Apr. 20, at Miami Springs
Villa*.
The testimonial will mark the
recent presentation of a life tenure
contract to Rabbi Waxman several
months ago.
la addition to his post as the
-Xemple's spiritual leader, Rabbi
Waxman has for the past seven
years held the post of honorary
chaplain of the Department of Flor-
ida. Jewish War Veterans. He has
also been Jewish chaplain at Vet-
erans Hospital in Coral Gables for
the past 18 months.
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treasurer of the Rabbinical Aasn.
of Greater Miami.
Among guests attending will be
Dr. Joseph R. Narot, speaker, pres-
ident of the Rabbinical Assn.; Rab-
bi Mayer Abramowitz, North Shore
Jewish Center, representing the
Conservative movement; Rabbi Si-
mon April, Miami Hebrew Congre-
gation*," repre^entinS: 'the Orthodox
movement; and Rabbi Morris Skop,
Temple Judea, representing the
Liberal-Reform movement.
Also invited are Richard Ger-
stein, State Attorney; Edwin Ma-
son, Dade County Commission;
Councilman Irving Yelen, W. Mi-
ami mayor; Councilman Willard
H. Bender, W. Miami; Jemes Le-
Gate, Miami Daily News; Dr. Earl
Gluckman, manager. Veterans Hos-
pital at Coral Gabies; Chaplain
Janes Boston. Veteran* Hospital;
Harry Cohen, commander, Depart-
ment of Florida JWV; and Vietor
B. Freedman, Hollywood, national
regional cojnraander, Jewish War
Veterans.
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tNESETH ISRAEL
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| Cantor Abraham Seif.
Iday K:3#a.m. and 6:30 p.m. Presen-
kiimi of a Shofar from Israel to the
tngregation for their work in the Is-
el Bond drive. Saturday 8:30 a.m.
u.m. and 12:30 p.m. Ylskor.

KAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1101 SW 12th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
8imon April. Cantor Berele Kelemer.
rlday :30 a.m. Sermon: "To Relieve
Ind to Bee." Saturday 10:30 a.m. Ylx-
|or sermon.
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'ONTICELLO PARK. 164th it. and
NE 11th ava. Conzervativa. Rabbi
rlday I a.m. and < p.m. Saturday
ajn. Rar Mitzvnh: Michael, son of
Mr. and Mrs. *Rnl>i-rt Herman. 10:30
Yliktir. Sermon: "For the Karth
shall lie Kull of the Knowledge of the
[.ord as the Water- Cover the Sea."
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JORTH DADE CENTER. 13*30 W.
Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rsbbi
Henry Okolica. Cantor Maurice Neu.
Jrldas SU p.m. Sermon: "QotaS
piomi Saturday 10 a.m. Yizkor.
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TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
131st at. ana NE Sth ave. Reform.
Rabbi Benno M. Wallaeh.
Friday II a.m. at Carpenters Hall
*25 NE 13i8t St. Passover and Yizkor
services, S:17i p.m. Sermon: "For the
Hake of Heaven." (First In a series
of three.) Bar Mltzvah: Michael, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Tessler.

TEMPLE ZION. 5720 8W 1Tth at. Con-
servative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman.
Friday 9 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. Saturday
9 a.m. liar Mltzvah: Jeffrey, son or
Mr. and s.rs. Sam Mack. Yizkor 10
a.m. S'ermon: "Pbyalcal Departure,
Spiritual Arrival."

TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Abraham
Herson. Cantor Albert Qlantz.
Friday 9 a.m. Sermon: "The Passover
SagaKndless and Eternal." 6:30 p.m.
Saturday 9 a.m. Yizkor 10 a.n\ Ser-
mon: "Immortalitythe Life Beyond
the Grave."
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'Y" Branch Forms
New Boys' Group
Recently formed at the North
County YMHA Branch of the
Greater Miami Jewish Commurtty.
Center is a new senior high school
boys group.
The group has selected Phi Beta
Pi as its name, and the program
will consist of community service,
betterment of religious and cultur-
al relationships, social and athletic
programs and leadership develop-
ment.
Officers elect are president,
David Morainis; vice praaidant.
Herbie Swan; s#crVary,. Phil
Bardack; treasurer. Charles
Prince.
The group is under the leader-
ship.of advisor Edward Tesher.
North County YMHA Brajach of
the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center is a benefictary.
agency of the United Fund and
the Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
ation. ___________
Dr. Hvquit lo Spools
Dr. Syvil Bsarquit will discuss
"Sex and Msrriags" at a joint Sis-
terhood Men's Club meeting of
Temple Sinai of N. Miami Wednes-
day evening at Carpenters Hall.
625 NE 131st st. Discussion will
follow. _______l
Reading material in vocalized Easy Hebrtw, arid,dia maittid for
advanced students may be obtained through your local Hebrew
Organization or by writing to: Brit Ivrit Olamit, P.O.B, 7111.
Jerusalem, Israel. .
Published br Bnt Iwt OUnt
Miami Hebrew Book Store
158* Waahlnotop Aye.
Miami Beach JE S-3840
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Synagoauea, Schools aY Private Use
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How Top Jewish Scientist Got to Learning
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9 WASHINGTON The unusu-
ally lar, o proportion of top-
ranking Jewish scientists sug-
gests an "indirect link" between
their scientific interests and their
Jewish background, says Dr. Jo-
seph Kaplan, one of the nation's
outstanding physicists and chair-
man of the U.S. committee for
the International Geophysical
Year.
Dr. Kaplan, son of a cantor and
Talmudic scholar, writing in
Jewish Heritage, a publication of
B-nai B'rith's Adult Jewish Edu-
cation program, describes his
own background this way:
"I undoubtedly inherited .
something of my father's leva
of learning and his passion for
precision. The atmosphere of
my home encouraged study for
Its own sake and It Is note-
worthy that In a period whan
purs seieneo had to fight its
way far support, interest in
theoretical physics mat with no
obstacle in my family."
He and a brother there were
12 Kaplan children decided to
be physicists. Though the father
did not understand what it was
his sons were studying. Dr. Kap-
lan writes, "he believed that
what we were doing was good,
and that somehow it must have
roots in Torah.
And like the keen Talmudic
scholar he was. he taught us by
ixample and suggestion to ap-
proach our studies with question-
ing, open minds."
The physicist finds the link be-
tween Jewish heritage and inter-
est in modern science "clearly
seen" in Us* high premium placed
by Israel's leaders on scientific
and research achievement.
Israel, he says, "sends to in-
ternational congresses represen-
tatives of the highest caliber, far
out of proportion in numbers to
the country's size.

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Friday, April U,
Teace' Top Issue
At AJCcmm. Meet
NEW YORKNelson A. Rocke-
feller ani Mrs. Eleanor Roose-
velt will be amon-i the pnncipJ
speakers at :be American Jewish
Committee's 51st annual meeting
Apr. 25 to 27. here. Mrs. Boose-
wit will participate in a special
salute to Herbert H. Lehman on
Ua SWh birthday
Irving M. Engel. president of the
Committee, in making the an-
nouncement her* ti"* _S**k% **"*
that one of the focal points of the
meeting will be the "potential for
peace" in *1e world today. Toe
meeting will also consider prob-
lems of polite anti-Semitism"
and the extent of discriminatory
barriers in corporations, bousing
city and country clubs
Er>oel announced rht Fred
rick F. G'Mnmtn an AJC vice
president, is servina as chairman
of the annual meeting planning
committee. Creenman said that
the Committee's annual meet-
ing is expected to bring together
about 1,*M communal leaders
from CM communities through-
out the country.
A session of the meeting. Green-
man said, will be held at the
United Nations to mark the 10th
anniversary of the United Nations' i
Universal Declaration of Human
Riant.- and to develop programs
for community-wide observances.
The American Jewish Commit-
tee, founded in 1906. is a pioneer
organization in this country, com-
bating bigotry, protecting civil and
religious rights of Jews and ad-
vancing the cause of freedom ev-
erywhere.
Jammer Asks Police Power
T# Act Against Sloganeers
LONDON (JTA> A proposal
for the widening of a Metropolitan
police bill to cover writing of abu-
sive slogans on public walls was
made this week by Barnett Janner.
M.P.. and British Jewish commun-
al leader
The bill, which is now in commit-
tee, would increase the maximum
penalties for threatening, abusive
or insulting words or behavior in
public places.
Janner. who called such slogan-
writing "one of the most cowardly
and vicious things that can pos-
sibly be done." cited his experi-
ences as an M.P. for White Chapel
when the Fascist movement made
"that type of attack on my own
Jewish people." a "very serious
Marks Again
Heads Campaign
Herman Marks, former Home-
>tead city councilman, has been
appointed chairman of the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal campaign
there.
Marks has been an active carr.-
paimer for the past ten years and
a> Homestead chairman in 1957.
He was president of the Homestead
Jewish Center for four years, is a
trastee of B'nai B'rith and belongs
tu the Elk- anu Masons.
The first organization meeting
of the Homestead campaign unit
has been called for Thursday, Apr.
24. at the home of Abe Silver 15281
SW 271-t st. Silver has been ap-
pointed vice chairman of the cam-
paign.
The Homestead CJA drive also
includes neighboring communities
ol Fernne. Naranja. Goulds. Cutler
Ridge. Key Lareo. Leisure City.
Tavernier, and islamorada.
BetI Jacob to Dedicate
Congregation Beth Jacob will
dedicate a bronze memorial tablet
donated by Bessie Galbut and her
family in memory of Abraham Gal-
bat at Yukor services Saturday
morning.
Ihe Galbut family have been
active members of Beth Jacob for
many years.
Hyman Galbut. attorney here,
has been serving as financial sec-
retary of the congregation and also
as president of the Greater Miami
Jewish Cemetery Asn.
Lebow to Chair
Kipnis Testimonial
Lee Lebow. Greater Miami busi-1
tcss and civic leader, has accepted
the chairmanship of a testimonial
dinner to be given here Apr. 22 by
,he dical Center at |
Denver for BtzMd Kfeofat, one of '
the natio- -dus'riahsts.
The American Medical Center.
which has provided 2.500.000 days ASM
of free patie-t care to human be-
ings of all faiths, has launched an
expansion drive to provide 100 (
more beds *ntf to construct a new .
research building devoted to the /-
clinical and basic study of cancer,
tuberculosis, and allied chest ]
disseases
Rep. James Roosevelt, son of
the late President, is chairman
of the Center's national develop-
ment program, and Col. Jacob
M. Arvey is honorary chairman
for the Apr. M dinner.
Kipnis. a Miami Beach resident
who retired recently after 28 years j
as president of the National Con-!
tainer Corporation, is a founder of |
the Albert Einstein College of Med-
icine. He and his firm have do-
nated generously to nearly every
hospital in New York City and
Jacksonville. Fla
He arrived in this country in
1903 as a penniless Russian immi-
grant, and parlayed ambition and
hard work into one of the coun-
try's biggest industrial empires.
Lebow also announced appoint-
ment of the testimonial dinner
committee. The dinner will be held
at the Dupont Tarleton hotel.
Named were Abe Aronovitz.
Gerson Blatt. J. A. Cantor. Philip
Diamond. Michael Edlavitch. Ar-
thur England. Charles Fruchtman.
Mrs. Jennie Grossinger. Mrs. Al
Gerstein. Albert Hochberg. Benja-
min D. Jaffe. Walter C. Kovner.
Dr. Irving Lehrman. Munel Hirsch
Pick. Dan Pi\er. Lou Poller. Mrs.
J. A. Poncher, Leo Robinson. Mrs.
Ben Hcary Rose. Mrs. Albert
Rosenberg. Matthew Roscnhou-e.
and'Harold Shapiro.
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David Tcrnnenbcram chants Passover Kiddush at model!
of North Shore Jewish Center religious school.
(left to right) Alan Goodman. Marcia Dean. Ricky Beckmano
Linda Berger. Over 500 boys and girls participateci
Temple Israel Function to Mark
Men's Club Third of a Cenl
Truman. Gurion In 2-Way Hookup
NEW YORKFormer President
Harrry S. Truman and Israel's
Pr.me Minister David Ben-Gurion
will exchange direct greetings with
e-ch other by way of a two-way-
radio hookup at opening ceremon
ie- of 'he State of Israel's 10th an-
niversary celebration in Philadel-
phia's Independence Hall Apr. 24
The exchange will be rebroad-
cast on the nationwide network of
the Columbia Broadcasting Com-
Former U.S. Sen. Herbert H.
I-ehman. general chairman of the
American Committee for Israel's
10th anniversary celebration. Wed-
I nesday announced plans for the
two-way exchange and for the na-
tionwide broadcast
. Participants in the Philadelphia \
, ceremonies will include Ambassa-,
dor Abba Eban. Israel's Amba-.-a
dor to the United States. Gov
George M. Leader of Pennsylvania I
and Richard Dilworth. Mayor of
Philadelphia, among others.
Temple Israel Men's Club is
mailing invitations to the entire
Temple Israel family for Sunday.
Apr. 20. The event will celebrate
the club's "third of a century."
It will be a "Salute to the Tem-
ple Family and Temple Leaders."
and the "Table Hopping" dinner
dance will be staged in the Sky
room of the Dupont Tarleton hotel.
Reservations are limited to 300
couples. Honorary hosts and hos-
tesses are Dr and Mrs Joseph R.
Narot and Mr. and Mrs Samuel
C. Levenson.
Hosts and hostesses named are
Mr. and Mrs. Sam A. Goldstein. A.
J Harris. Louis E. Wolfson. Wil-
liam M. Lehman. Morris Klass,
Max Holtsberg. Bernard Stevens,
Mrs. Miriam Kobley. A. A Ungar.
Leo Ackerman. Abe Aronovitz.
David Bass. E. D. Blumenthal. Al-
vin Cassel. Ben F. Danbaum. Gus
Feuer. Martin Fine. David B. Flee-
nan Lous E Goldman. David R.
Hochberg. Max Hoffman. Albert I.
Jacobs.
Aaron M. Kanner. Nathan S Le.
Robert Lewin, Sam Luby. Maurice
Orovitz. Sam Resnick. Daniel M.
Richter. Mrs. Joseph H. Ruffner.
Dan B. Ruston, S. E. Schwartz.
Lewis I. Serbtn, William D. Singer.
Joseph R. Stein. David Stuzin. Har-
old Thurman. Leonard A
Adoiph Wertheimer. Ham;
Simons, Sie Mendelsoa.
H. U. Feibelman. Isaac I
Gerald Lewis. James K Lewj.j
Frank Coret Max Orovitz,
B. Spset. Jules Pearlman.
Meiscl. B. W. Slote. Henry El
Lionel Cashman. Michael
berg. Herbert Abrams. Jackl
Myron Zeientz. Sanford
Irving Mann. Paul Burnett.
The committee on arrangi
includes Frank ivrlmin. Goal
Fish. I. D. Berns'ein. WijiT
Greens pa hn. Fred Duunoa. k. I
Samuel Aronovitz Martin C ltd, I
B. F. Breslauer. Al Constaavi
William Gladstone Albert Hmtj
Louis Hirsch field. Arthur S Kail
Hyman Kaplan Dr, Samuel I*j
lenberg. Max Marks. Judge "
mond G. Nathan, James
berg.
Committee chairmen are Ma
Grant. Herman A Binder, andl
Sandier.
Election Meeting We..*-!
Dade Men's chapter of the Aaj
ican Jewish Congress will boMsj
nual elections Wednesday evestfj
at the Roney Plaza hotel Hfj
Levy is president
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Col. Sidney H. Palmer, president-
elect of Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith.
Wednesday received an official in
vitation from the White House,
naming him to President Kiscn
bower's Committee for Traffic
Safety and inviting him to partici-
pate in its Southern regional con
ference to be held May 29 to 30.
Col. Palmer has been a resident
of Miami for 33 years and is serv-
ing presently as president of Con-;
gregation Beth El. and honorary,
vice chairman of Zamora Jewish
Center building fund committee.
He is also a member of the State
Welfare Board District 9, and a
member of many fraternal and re-
ligious groups
He is president of Palmer's Mi-
ami Monument Company, and re-
sides with his family at 5335 Or-
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MAX ALBERT
of SI. Petersburg Beach, died Apr.
fY i tired owner of ,t i'n;il and Ice
elni-Ks In Brooklyn, he is survived
his wife, Sonla; a son, Frank, and
AUKhter. Leah. (Services were Afir.
kt Riverside-Beach Memorial Chapel,
burial In Lakeside Memorial
Irk. _________
MRS. FANNIE BEERES
of 8858 Abbott ave., died Apr. 6.
rmerly of Chicago, she came here
years ago. Surviving are three
lighters, Mis. Lilian Turner; Mix.
|leo I'altrl; ami Mrs. Muriel Kap-
twn bi others and two sisters.
does were In <'hkago. with Xew-
n-Cordon Funeral Home in charge
SAMUEL BESONER
of IMS SW 13th St., died Apr. g.
retail shoe merchant, he came bare
\r years ago from Washington. Sur-
Include two sons, Jack and
Services were Apr. 7 at Gordon
i ral Home, with burial In Mt.
Li (emetery.
JULIUS QLASSBERQ
of 281S HW 23rd St., died Apr. 3.
| retired printer, he came here 10
s ago. Surviving are his wife,
.. and a sister. He was a member
Congregation Anshe Ernes. Ser-
ies were in Brooklyn, with Rlver-
B. Reach Memorial Chapel In charge
tally.
SAMUEL P. KANE
of 19110 NW 11th ct died Apr. 5.
rner of Sampson's, a retail women's
pre. he cams here 12 years ago from
pllaili'lphia. Surviving are his wife,
. two sons, Frank and Herman-.
Id seven grandchildren. Services
Apr. f at Newman-Cordon
Oii.t.iI Home, with burial la Mt.
kbo'Cemetery.
with
I at Cordon Funeral Home,
burial In Mt. Sliu.1 Cemetery.
LEONARD V. FELDMAN
54, of 80(7 .Washington ave., died Apr
4. A women's sportswear qa.ejunan,
he has no local survivors. Services
were Apr. 6 at Riverside-Beach Me-
morial Chanel, with burial lu Lalt*-
Bide .Memorial Cemetery.
MRS. PEARL JACKSON FOX
of 1270 lOt'th st.. Bay Harbor Island,
! Anr, 2 In New York. The w|fe of
Li: Bdwanl J. Fox, chairman of the
I'MivMstty of Miami's marketln* oe-
"m re f..ur years, coming from Detroit.
R. a uittujj>r ol temple Beth
hiisbaiid, she is
survived by a son. Gary, and a daugh-
<.. Lit*; hei parents, Mr. and Mrs.
fcmuil I'evinow: and two brothers
Pirvdt.i were Apr. 4 at Rlveralde-
Memo)la' Chapel, with burial
In Lakeside Memorial Park.
i ^caij ago from Nash-
- was a member of
BEN SCRKIN
73. of 801 KW lith st
Owner of the Army
came here 33
ville, Tenn.
Temple Zlon, jteth David and Beth
Raphael SynaMaues, and was a 32nd
Degree Mason.' Surviving are tie
wife. "'ayitHi' Tf* sons, Charles, t>oT.
H rnle. Manuel, Isidore D. and Reu-
ben; two sisters, including Miss Cella
Seikln; and 14 grandchildren. Ser-
vices were Apr. 4 at Temple Zion,
with burial In Mt. Sinai Cemetery.
Gordon Funeral Home was in charge
of arrangements.
KIM --^-----f ^w.--!
it died Anr 1 of M1 8',,h d|ed AJ>r 2- >
iC hr^" h"yer' '" Can"" '
.c, TT-fm vih! **" from t. '-""'- Snviving a
DAMID J. (HERBIEl JCHWABTZ
A pro-
veirs
ivlng are his
wife. T-orraine; two daughters, Amy
an l Mary; a son. David: a sister,
Svo brothers and two grandchildren.
. trvlces were Apr. 3 at Riverside-
Beach Memorial Chapel, with burial
(-In Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
PHILIP QOTTHEIL
78. of 2059 N. Bay rd., died Apr. 8. A
retired pattern maker, he was a win-
ter visitor from Norwalk, Conn., for
l.S years. Surviving are two sons,
Henry and David. Services were in
New York, with Newman Gordon
Funeral Home in charge of local ar-
rangements.
ABRAHAM E. HYMAN
88, of 2464 SW 23rd ter., died Apr. 3.
A retired Jeweler, he came here nine
years ago. Surviving are a son, K.
Sidney; three grandchildren and five
great-grandchildren. Services were in
New York, with Gordon Funeral Home
In charge locally.
IRVINO BUCH8BAUM
of Ml West ave., died Apr. 5. A
ftlred restauranteur, he came here
|ven years ago from Forest Hills,
> irviving are a ton, Melvln B.;
daughter, Mrs .Marian I'aulenoff:
five urandchililren Service* and
rial were in New York City.
MRS. ANNA OREENE
of 1330 SB Bay-shore dr.. died Apr.
A resident here five years, she
ves three sons, including Melvln,
knver, and Dave. Miami; three sls-
r-. and nine anandcbUdren. Services
|d burial vft-re in New York, with
-ide-Beach Memorial Chapel In
la.-i locally.
MICHAEL LOWRY
of 34.60 H !.tli st., died Apr. 4. Re-
ed from the merchandising busl-
lie came here six years ago from
|l gdi phia. Surviving are two daugh-
Mrs. Elizabeth Rosenbaum and
rs ciaire t'herkls; a sister, Mrs.
ina Franklin; and two gramlchll-
|n. Services were Apr. 7 at Qor-
Funeral Home, with burial In Mt.
bu Cemetery.
HARRY SLUTZKY
nf 901 4th St.. died Apr. 4. A re-
1 house painter, he came here six
pars ago from Newark. He waa a
pinber of the Greater Miami Kenev-
i in Society. Surviving are his wife,
i>se; and a eon, George. Services
ire Apr. 8 at Riverside-Beach Me-
"Mai Chapel, with burial in Star of
ivld Cemetery.
JACK A. WOLLMAN
of 140 W. Bay Harbor dr., died
ll>r 4. A retired textile executive
Mt. Vernon, he was a winter vlsl-
r. Services were In New York, wlih
;lverslde-Beach Memorial Chapel in
large of local arrangements.
MRS. MINNIE ZIMAND
|1. of 1600 Collina ve., died Apr. 3.
ii inerly of New York, she came heie
years ago. Surviving are her hus-
b;. ml. Philip; two daughters, Sheila
liul Rosalind; her father, Jacob
iSreenherg; and a sister. Services
pare Apr. 7 at RIversMe-Reaoh Me-
"iiui.al Chapel, with burial in Mt.
iiaai Cemetery.
LOUIS ERENBURG
f2. of ISrtrWoSfla1 n.'.-tflcd Apr. 4. A
sldent here eight years, he was a
nember of the Knights of Pythias,
.idd rVllows and the Fagler-(Jranada
U'Ui-li Center. Surviving are his wife,
liioi'ij; and three daughters, Joyce,
Vanoy and Susan. SfrvTces were Apr.
Utter, 68, Dead
Morris Zitter, of 1386 13th ter.,
IMiami Beach, died Mar. 19 at the
|age of 68. Owner of a tnuvsnir
Uhop at 1145 Washinfitoti ave., he
previously was in business in Sars-
[toga Springs for 21 yeas*.
He became a peraunent re4.-
dent here 12 years sgo, and helped
organize the Bikur Cholim Kosher
Convalescent Home. He was also
I active in the Jewish Home for the
Aged and a board member of Kne-
j seth Israel Congregation.
As a young man in New York
Cily, he helped organize the CJwr-
orov Benevolent Society and the
Strelisker Young Men's Benevo-
lent Society. He was an ardent
Zionist, and in 1956 visited Israel.
He is survivied by his wife, Anna,
and four sons, Sol, Irving, Sam and
Robert. Services were at River-
sulc-Bcach Memorial Chapel, with
burial in Mt. Sinai Cemetery.
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ALLAN J. 6INUK
3. son of Mr. and" Mrs/ Raphael Slnuk.
of 8J3 Meridian ave.. died Apr. 1. Ser-
vices were held Apr. 3 at Mt. Nebo
Cemetery, with Newman-Gordon
Funeral Home In charge.
children. Services were In Providence,
R. I., with Newman-Gordon Funeral
Home in charge of local arrange-
ments.
MORRIS FRIEDMAN
90. of 101.', Mh St., died Apr. 2. The
retired owner of a real estate busi-
ness, be was a resident here 19 years.
Surviving are his wife, Eva; two
daughters, Mrs. Dorothy Rubin and
Mrs. Rhea Lerner; and two sons,
Michael and Donald Drlnkhouse. Ser-
vices and burial were In New Yoi k.
with Riverside-Beach Memorial Chapel
in charge locally.
II. A retired Jeweler, he -ws a,win-
Iyer resident here (or 2,> years. .He
.Was a M&SOJ1 Surveying are his wife,
Sarah; and two daukajers, M(s. Nat
Levine anl Mrs .Max Mendell, Jr
Services were In Rochester. N.Y., with
11 ell ii i.i" Funeral Home in chaige of
local arrMJUienieols.
MRS. ROSE BERNBERG
62, of 2M1 NVV Uth ave., died Mar. 31.
Formerly of New York, she i-ame here
six years ago. Surviving are her-hus-
band, Louis; a son, Herman; ami a
daughter. Phyllis. Graveside services
were Apr. 1 at Mt. Nebo (>m!et.v,
under the direction of Gordon Funeral
Home.
MRS. BERTHA KAWALICK
69. of 98 NW 47th ave died Apr. 2.
A resident here six years, she Is sur-
vived bv three sons, including Ed-
ward. Miami; and three r.alighters. In-
cluding Beatrice. Miami; three grand-
children and two great-grandchildren.
Services were in Brooklyn, with Rlver-
Ildc-Beach Memorial Chapel In charge
ically.
MRS. BESSIE RICE
69. of 916 Euclid ave., died Mar. 31.
A resident here nine years, she is sur-
vived by four daughters. Miss Rose
Rice, Mrs. Betty Matloff, Mrs. Sally
Gorodetsky and Mrs. Edith Lorette;
and a son, Theodore; and five grand-
relief ^ixmv feftSteW
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37, of 16(i(i i'eiinsv Ivania ave., died
Mar. 30. A manufacturer of advertis-
ing novelties and bedding he mie
here five years ago from New York
Surviving are his wife, Elda; two
sons, Davia. and Jules; a sister, and
a step-son. Dr. Robert Llfsebutz. Sei -
vices were In Philadelphia, with Hell-
man Funeral Chapel In charge of '..ical
arrangements.
WILLIAM ROSENFELD
69, of 226 Jefferson ave., died Mar. 31.
Owner of a Miami Beach window
cleaning business, he leaves his wife.
Rose; two sons, Abraham and fjeorse;
and a daughter. Mrs. Mathilda Siniih.
Services and burial were in Boston,
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with Riverside-Beach Memorial Chapel
in charge locally.
MRS. ROSE ROBINSON
57, of 932T fiS" tjay Harbor dr., dl-d
Mar. II. She waa a member of |ae
Jewish Home for the Aged and |he
Heart Aesn Surviving are her hii.-
band, Louis; three dhugiiicrs, Mrs.
Muriel 1'. Moliner, Mrs. Fau ine l.-uis
and Mrs. Maureen Khrlich; a brother,
fjeotte shur; and six granlc;iildren.
Services were Apr. 1 at Riverside-
Beach Memorial Chapel, with burial in
Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
ISAAC 8CHOR
67. of sons Byron ave., died Mar B0.
A cutter of men's clothing, he ca| e
here six years ago. He was a ngereter
of [lie Karband Labor Zionist Or-
ganization of Miami Beach anc' t i-
American Legion. Surviving are bis
wife, Karah; a daughter. Biaan. in
Israel; three sisters and a gran<:
Services were Apr. 1 at Rlv-
Beach Memorial Chapel.' With
in Ml. Sinai Cemeterv
ANNA KERNES
63, of 700 Washington ave., died Mir.
tl. Surviving ale her husband, II
a son, Joseph; and a daughu-i,
Sylvia Jacobs. Services an.I
were in Brooklyn, with Newman-Gor-
don K.ineral Home in charge oi local
arrangements.
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