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

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

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

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Combining THE JEWISH MnTT and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
be 32 Number 19
Miami, Florida, Friday, May 9, 1958
Two Sections 24 Pages Price 20*
ewards For Bombers Hit $50,000
MTjjjj HIGH ON AOiNPA
[/Congress Will Open
lational Confab Here
t Wednesday Session
SEE 'PRINCIPLES OF AJCONGRESS,' PAGE 5 A
ore than 1,000 delegates from all sections of the nation will attend
lional biennial convention of the American Jewish Congress, to
I at the Carilion hotel, opening here next Wednesday,
gh on the agenda of topics to be discussed at the parley will be
[igress of civil rights legislation, U.S. policy in the Middle East,
-+problems of integration in the
North and the South. Church-State
relationships, the status of Jewish
iffQll NGtS culture and education, and other
national and international issues.
Sidney Hollander, Baltimore, Md.,
is convention chairman.
GOV. G. MtNNiN WILLIAMS
Jacksonville Conference Sets
Up Clearing House to Swap
Information on Dynamitings
The pooled rewards for bombing atrocities climbed to $50,000 as
a conference of mayors of Southern cities and law enforcement agencies
came to a conclusion in Jacksonville, Fla., Sunday.
Set up for the first time was a central clearing house in Jackson-
ville, which will act as an exchange center of information in the con-
certed effort throughout the Southern states to apprehend the culprits
responsible for attacks against Jewish houses of worsnip and an all-
Negro school.
Million
UJA
IOIT(JTAJews in this
of the Hardest hit by the
4on have impressively
Itrated the will of American
tto provide aid for domestic
lerseas causes by closing the
kllied Jewish campaign here
1,800,000 assured in pledges,
omising to continue their ef-
send the final figure over
! million mark. At the same
[they empowered their corn-
leaders to negotiate a $3
loan to expedite aid to Is-
rough the United Jewish Ap-
N. Fisher, chairman of the
Jewish Campaign, announ-
fcese achievements to an over-
sudience at a dinner in the
ballroom. He said that de-
he economic decline in the
[the result of the 1958 drive
[Continued on Page A A
To mark Israel's tenth anni-
versary, delegates will partici-
pate in a gala Salute to Israel
banquet Saturday evening. May
17. Speakers at the event will
include Ambassador Abba Eban
of Israel, Ambasador U Thant of
Burma, Governors G. Mermen'
Williams of Michigan and Wil-
liam Strafton of Illinois, Dr. Is-
rael Goldstein, AJ Congress presi-
dent, and Judge Justine Wise
Polier, chairman of the AJCon-
gress national executive com-
mittee.
The opening plenary of Wednes-
day evening, May 14. will hear
Walter Reuther. president of the
United Auto W orkers, Rev. Martin
Luther King, Jr., leader o f t h e
Montgomery, Ala., bus boycott, and
Dr. Nahum Goldmann, president or
the World Jewish 'Congress, in a
three-part symposium analyzing
perspectives lor America, human
relations and world Jewry.
Vital problems of integration in
Continued on Page 2A
Irge Federal Law to Ban
iproper Use of Explosives
NEW YORKSix major national Jewish organizations joined
veek in urging Congress to pass a pending bill that would make
1 possession or use of dynamite a federal crime. They also called
e Federal Bureau of Investigation to launch an investigation into
ecent bombings of Jewish, Centers and places of worship in South
fcities. *-----------------------------"----
Move to Strengthen Role
Of Community Relations
Agencies at Memphis Meet
A move toward strengthening the role of central Jewish community
organizations in the area of community relations has been made at a
meeting Sunday of the Southern States region of the Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds.
------------* Meeting in Memphis, Tenn., Sun-
day and Monday, regional CJFWF
American Jewish Congress,
th Labor Committee, Jewish
[Veterans, Union of American
Congregations, Union of
:l"x Jewish Congregations of
i and United Synagogues
lerica expressed their views
statement made public in New
through their coordinating
ry. the National Community
5 Advisory Council.
he American Jewish Congress
dnesday called for wide pub-
jpport of the House of Rep-
tntatives bill through Rabbi
ikov G. Rosenberg, of Con-
gation Beth David, chairman
of the South Florida Council of
AJCongress, in a statement at
the organization's regional office
in Miami. "We urge every cit-
izen who supports law and order
and abhors violence to write or
wire his Congressman at once,
asking that the bill be voted fav-
orably out of committee and
brought to the floor of the
House," Rabbi Rosenberg de-
clared.)
They called for prompt enact-
ment of H.R. 11806, introduced by
Rep. J. Carlton Loser, of Tennes-
see. This would make it a Federal
Continued from Page oA
Israeli Police,
Reds in Clash;
12 are Injured
NAZARETH(JTA)A week-long
build-up of tension exploded into
violence here on May Day in the
largest Arab center in Israel as
Communists attempted to hold
demonstrations in defiance of po-
lice regulations. A dozen- police-
men were injured by stones and
an undetermined number of Arab
Communists were shoved into po-
lice vans and bundled off to jail.
Steel-helmeted riot police and
military police were on duty in the
morning warned by earlier inci-
dents. The center of early incidents
was the headquarters of the Com-
munist Party in this town where
Communists attempted to address
crowds congregated in lots oppo-
site and alongside the building.
Shmuel Mikunis, Israel's lead-
ing Communist, was seen looking
out the windows of the head-
quarters, surveying the crowd in
the morning. Fifteen minutes
Continued on Page 16-A
leaders discussed problems relat-
ing to the recent bombings in Flor-
ida, Tennessee and North Carolina,
as well as an attempted bombing
in Birmingham, Ala.
Sam J. Heiman, president-elect
of the region and a member of the
campaign cabinet of the Greater
Miami Combined Jewish Appeal,
joined the CJFWF leaders and rep
resentatives of national and local
Jewish community relations agen-
cies in the discussions.
Label Katz, of New Orleans, La-
president of the Southern States re-
gion, named Heiman chairman of
a ten-man committee on commun-
ity relations to study the problem.
The regional board resolved that
Continued on Page 3 A
Twenty-eight cities were repre-
sented at the Jacksonville delib-
erations. Only one civic defense
agency, the Anti Defamation Lea-
gue ol B'nai B'rith, was officially
invited to sit in and share with the
mayors, law enforcement officials
and otl'.er personalities high in
local and state .government its files
on Ku Klux Klansmen and other
persons know.i at one time or an-
other to have expressed violent
hostility toward nii.iorily groups.
Nathan Perlmutter, executive di-
rector of the Florida region of the
ADL, was back in Miami early this
week following his intensive par-
ticipation in the deliberations.
"Aside from the obvious impor-
tance of the meeting as a vehicle
for exchanging information and co-
ordinating the activities of the
various law enforcement agencies,
its psychological impact on those
who talk and act violence can't be
underestimated," Perlmutter de-
clared.
"We've been dealing with
more than the recent bombings
in Miami, Nashville, Jackson-
ville and North Carolin a,"
Perlmutter said. 'There's a re-
corded pattern of violence going
way back. Those responsible for
the violencesome 45 bombings
since January, 1957 aloneare
being served notice that notwith-
standing the relative silence that
has followed their lawlessness
Continued on Page 3A
Deplores Bombings-But

WASHINGTON(JTA)Arty. Gen. William P. Rogers in an address
here Monday night deplored the synagogue bombings in the South but
reiterated the Department of Justice position that the FBI cannot inter-
vene.
Rogers expressed a view very similar to that advanced last week
by Deputy Atty. Gen. Lawrence E. Walsh in definition of policy. Ac-
cording to the Attorney General, there is no Federal statute under which
the department may act to enter the case.
Khrushchev Remarks Called Forgery
NEW YORK (JTA) Moscow
Radio accused the French news-
paper Le Figaro of "manufactur-
ing a provocative forgery" in
quoting anti-Jewish remarks by
Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev
in the course of an interview, it
was reported here by Radio Liber-
ation, the anti-Soviet radio sta-
tion which monitors broadcasts
from the Soviet Union.
In reporting this surprise de-
velopment, Radio Liberation said
that this was still another Mos-
cow effort "to take Khrushchev
off the hook for his intemperate
remarks." Moscow Radio ac-
cused Le Figaro of having launch-
ed an "anti-Soviet hullabaloo"
which, in turn, was "snapped up
in Israel, where with plenty of
additional spice and further slan-
der it was published by the entire
Israeli press and has served as
an excuse for a further campaign
of slander against the Soviet
Union."
The Moscow broadcast assail-
ed a "mass meeting of former
Soviet Union subjects held re-
cently in Tel Aviv organized by
the M a p a i administration"
claiming Mm speeches consist-
Continued on Kage 6A


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AJCong. Opens Confab Wednesday
Continued from Pag* 1 A
the North and South will be ex-
plored in a panel discussion to take
place on Thursday afternoon. May
15. Participants will be Rabbi
Charles Mantuiband. of Congrega-
tion B'nsi Israel. Hattiesburg.
Miss., president of the Kehillah of
Soui.itin u.iuiu.-. ami chairman of
the Mississippi Council of Human
Relations; and Will Maslow, gen-
eral counsel of AJCon. ress. Shad
Polier. chairman o f AJCongress'
Commission. ppXAw,aacl.SocwJ,Aci
tion, will preside.
"The Great Debate: tne Nature
and Identity of the Jewish People"
will be examined on Thursday eve-
ning at a plenary to be addressed
by Dr. Joachim Print, rabbi of
Temple B'nai Abraham. Newark.
N. J., national vice president of the
AJCongress and a member of the
World Jewish Congress Executive;
Mrs. Thelma Richman. of Phila-
delphia. Pa., president of AJCon-
gress' National Women's Division;
and Judge Polier. Max Kopstein. of
Chicago, chairman of AJCongress'
Rational administrative commit-
tee, will preside.
An unusual highlight of the bi-
ennial convention will be a three-
way debate on Church-State
problems in Ameiica today, to
take place Fritfiy morning, May
IS. Entitled "Interreligious Rela-
WAlTt* KtUTflK
Won* Conflict or Competition?"
the deaars will feature Robert
O. Hoyt, editor of the "Catholic
Register," of Kansas City, Mo.;
Dr. George Williams, Winn Pro-
fessor of Ecclesiastical History
at Harvard University; and Dr.
Leo Pfeffer. director of AJCon-
gress' Commission on Law and
Social Action, who is a national-
ly-noted authority on Church
State law. Mrs. Anna Brenner
Meyers, leading Miami attorney
and member of the Dado County
Board of Public Instruction, will
be chairman.
An Oneg Shabbat Saturday, May
17. will consider "American Jew-
ish Communily Life Todav." The
REV. MAiJIN IUTHIK MM
speakers include Isaac Toubin. na-
tional executive director of the
AJCongress; Stanley C. Meyers,
Greater Miami and national Jew-
ish community leader; Dr. Benja-
min B. Rosenberg, executive
director of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation; and Mr. Holl-
ander.
The banquet salute to Israel Sat-
urday evening will climax the con-
vention. Closing sessions Sunday,
May 18, will be devoted to the
election of new officers, resolu-
tions and other business.
A social kosher kitchen, costing
some $14,000. is being installed in
the Carillon hotel at Miami Beach
for the convention.
Trio Named Bank
Vice Chairmen
Dr. Kurt Peiter, board chairman
of the Bank of Dade County, an-
nounced last week that Sidney
Aronovitz, local attorney; Harry
Frohman, industrialist and presi-
dent of Harry Frohman, Inc.; and
Joseph Levay, retired New York
manufacturer, have been elected
vice chairmen of the board of di-
rectors of the financial institution.
The three have been members
of the original board of directors
since the commercal bank was
opened in April, 1956.
Aronovitz, a native 'FlorMiati.
has practiced law in Miami for 12
years, is a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Florida and has been
active in local civic and fraternal
organizations. He is past president
of the junior section of the Dade
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May 9. 1958
^Jewisti fkridur
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fearing House Set Up
ontlnued from Page 1 A
, is now being taken to rout
but."
|er, U.S. Atty. Gen. William
ers, who contended that no
In of Federal laws is involv-
he bombings, refused to send
fral attorney to the confer-
Six Southern Senators,
irs snd Hollatld of-Florifla:
ler and Gore, of Tennessee,
Kill and Sparkman, of Ala-
Ipromptly asserted that Fed-
Id should be provided in the
hr the bombers.
Represent states where bomb-
kve either been brought off
ffully or attempted during
1st two months.
Anti-Defamation League
hile placed before U.S. Atty.
losers a record of 45 bomb-
rages that have occurred in
llth since Jan. 1, 1957 show-
hat the Federal authorities
pe jurisdiction in the matter
b) Federal action is evident-
i t*
Edward Schultz, national
iian of the League, appealed
jeral intervention "to pre-
lirther bombing outrages" in
lr and memorandum to the
fey General after a meeting
isst. Atty. Gen. W. Wilson
[on Apr. 28 immediately fol-
the Jacksonville synagogue
iHz itretted that although
authorities have basic re-
^ibility for prosecuting the
l, the situation involves
rows Federal violations and
j for action by the Depart-
I of Justice to avoid "loss of
addition to the comider-
[losses of property that have
| sustained up to this date."
^pointed out that of the 45
incidents against religious
institutions, public schools, com-
munity centers and other property,
"six were upon places of Jewish
worship, all occurring since No-
vember, 1957. An examination of
the facts in all of these instances,
we believe, bears out our conten-
tion that the Federal authorities
do have jurisdiction in the matter
and that Federal action is evident-
ly neded."...... -----
Perlmutter, as representative of
the Florida ADL office, went to
Jacksonville immediately following
the first report of the Jewish Cen-
ter bombing there. He met with the
board of governors of the Jackson-
ville Jewish Community Council to
share the ADL's files on the Miami
and Nashville dynamitings.
Arranged with Al Schneider,
chairman of the Council's public
relations committee, and Jerry
Kipnis, the Council's acting pres-
ident, were sessions with Mayor
Haydon Burns, County Solicitor
Lacey Mahon, Sheriff Dale Carson
and other government and law en-
forcement officials.
Reporting back to the public
relations committee of the Jack-
sonville Jewish Community Coun-
cil, Mm ADL representative and
the Council considered major
possibilities for coordinating the
investigations on a South-wide
basis.
It was at this point that the
Southern conference of mayors and
police officials was conceivedand
that news reports told of an at-
tempt directed against Temple
Beth El in Birmingham, Ala. A
total of 54 sticks of dynamite failed
to explode because of a faulty fuse.
Perlmutter praised the Jackson-
ville Jewish community, its Coun-
cil, rabbis and leaders, "who re-
acted with dignity and intelligence
during an exceedingly trying
time."
Workmen's Circle Urges
Dulles Assist to Kill Boycott
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
MONTREALThe Workmen's Circle convention meeting in Mont-
real sent cabled greetings to the State of Israel on the occasion of its
tenth anniversary and pledged support to Israel in its building of a
democratic bastion in the Middle East. Israel Breslow, an American
labor leader, was elected the new national president of the Workmen's
Circle.
The convention, in special reso-
lutions, took occasion to protest the
continued policies in Israel of not
Teeognizing Yiddish* irt"a" Droad^uV
tural scope, but added that the
Lloyd W. Dinkelspiel, San
Francisco attorney and civic
leader, was elected seventh
president of National Jewish
Welfare Board at recent clos-
ing session of JWB's bien-
nial convention in Washing-
ton, D.C.
Herald 'Correct Posture WeeW
-Thid arrrrtral conference of may-
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Relations Agencies
Continued from Page 1 A
"since these problems" cannot be
dealt with in isolation," a commit-
tee be established "to develop the
necessary channel of communica-
tion and to promote the most ef-
fective means of cooperation be-
tween local, regional and national
agencies working in the field of
community relations."
In effect, the move, hastened by
the recent dynamiting of syna-
gogues throughout the South, is de-
signed to utilize to the fullest ex-
tent the experience, knowledge and
resources of the specialized com-
munity relations agencies on the
local, regional and national level.
The CJFWF resolution declares
that "it is important that there
be greater opportunities for more
effective means of consultation and
cooperation among central Jewish
community organizations and the
specialized community relations
agencies in the area."
Council of Jewish Federation and
Welfare Funds leaders emphasized
that this has grave implications
for the total American Jewish com-
munity locally, regionally and na-
tionally.
to give support to Israel Bonds and
other media of building Israel
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles was asked Tuesday by the
Workmen's Circle, world's largest
Jewish labor fraternal order, at its
convention here to "immediately
call in representatives of the Arab
states and demand that they cease
and desist from continued boycott
against American and free nations'
companies and commercial enter-
prises who either employ Jews or
Israeli nationals or who have com-
mercial establishments or contacts
within Israel."
of Correct Posture Week, May 1
to 7, sponsored by the Dade Coun-
ty Chiropractic Society.
Mayors and representatives
from more than two dozen Dade
county municipalitits were pres-
ent along with Lt. Col. Richard J.
Wade, representing Homestead
Air Force Base. Dr. Joe Hall, Sup-
erintendent of Public Instruction,
and prominent Florida industrial
and business leaders.
Mayors presented municipal
proclamations to Dr. B. C. Brick-
man, Miami chiropractor and
chairman of Correct Posture Week
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Friday. May 9, 1958
Number 19
Recognition is Accorded
What has 'been many communities throuahout the United States
since the inception of the Israel Bond campaign
the competition with U7A for both priority and
fundsseems to be well on the way toward dis-
appearance in Miami if the Israel Bond tenth
enniversary celebration lost week is an indica-
tion of things to coxne.
Prominent posanosts on the dkzs. as well as
recognition of their co-workers in Israel's behalf,
were accorded by bond saodsrs to key person-
alities in the Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
We feel sure this is merely the beginning
of a truly coordinated effort by both groups in
the furore. As we see it cooperation should
be the key-word where a common goal is in-
volved.
The Advantages of Unity
The merger here of the Miami and Coral
Gables Zionist Districts into one ZOA unit
brings up a point we have always felt merits
notice.
The trend of recent years has taken us
away from the one-time prevalent view that a
strong, central body in organizational activity
is a desirable thing.
Perhaps this development has been due to
the pressures created by people who want to
be president of something, as well as to the
need national bdies feel to boast about the
number of lodqes. chapters or other groupings
they have established in a particular commun-
::y.
There i*. no question that geographical fac-
tors must be taken into connderarion. Bui it
seems to us that for our community to hare
some of its major organisations broken into so
many smaller units is to invite problems far in
excess of the presumable advantages dispers-
ion offers.
Principle among these is coordination of
croup planning with an eye toward the funda-
mental values of the national body. We be-
lieve the Zionist merger is an example of a re-
turn to the preferable direction of having a
solidified organization, with the expectation
that a more effective job will be performed both
locally and nationally.
Parade None of its Business
The State Department was way off base
last week in its serious view of the Israel Gov-
ernment's anniversary parade in Jerusalem.
For one thing, the A administration long ago
made its position eminently clear so far as Is-
rael's tenth anniversary celebrations are con-
cerned: It was simply going to do no more
than was diplomatically necessary by way of
recognizing the anniversary.
At least two months have already passed
since President Eisenhower revealed he would
send no U.S. representative to the occasion
that our Ambassador to Israel, Edward Lawson.
would suffice as emissary. Any special action
on our part, the President and his advisors con-
cluded, might offend the Arabs.
The State Department and the Administra-
tion have long been singular in their unwilling-
ness to offend the Arabs. By meticulously
avoiding this possibility to the point of playing
toady, we have on the record offended the
Arabs more often than the limit of their political
feelings would indicate possible.
It was perhaps largely this unique attitude
toward Israel's tenth anniversary that led to
the latest petty Arab grievence Israel's an-
nual parade in Jerusalem, which was suddenly
interpreted as an act of aggression.
Apart horn the President's decision to do
his minimum best in giving the anniversary
celebration official U.S. recognition, we think
that by now longstanding State Department
policy in the Middle East entitles Mr. Eisen-
hower and his Administration to little if any
consideration of their JohAny-come-krtely opin-
ions.
By warning Israel about the parade last
week, our government once more played tooths
to Arab intereststhis tirbjS^ggffsjt. B 6 mat
ter that was none of its'
If They Don't Watch Oat We'll Be Able
U Get Them All. ..
AJCongress to Convene Here
We join the community in welcoming the
American Jewish Congress, whose national bi-
ennial convention opens on Miami Beach Wed-
nesday.
This organization has been in the forefront
of civil libertarian endeavor since its founding.
The distinguished list of both American
and foreign leaders who will participate in the
AJCongress deliberations here is an indication
of the broad achievements the organization
hopes to attain during the convention sessions.
The appearance of Israel Ambassador
Abba Eban. Burma Ambassador U Thant.
Michigan Gov. G. Mennen Williams. UAW
president Walter Reuther. World Jewish Con-
gress president Dr. Nahum Goldmann, Judge
Justine Wise Polier and AJConaress president
Dr. Israel Goldstein, among others, speaks for
itself as a preview of the convention's course.
Especially timely is the scheduling of Rev.
Martin Luther King, leader of the Montgomery,
Ala., bus boycott In the wake of the bombings
of synagogues in Miami and Nashville, and of
the most recent violence directed against a
Jewish Center and a Negro school m Jackson-
ville. Rev. King's appearance is the Amercan
Jewish Congress answer to the bigots, who By
their lawlessness, hope to seduce this nation
away from just and democratic pieces
May we add our hope here for a success-
ful convention.
Well-Deserted Applause
Temple Beth Sholom spnltwrl leader Rabbi
Leon Kronish deserves the applause Of the
community for the way in which he conducted
krst week's Israel Bond tenth anniversary cele-
bration.
Rabbi Kronish s tack was made doubly dif-
ficult because of the last minute cancellation
by guest speaker Sir Leslie Plummer.
Following the rabbi's stirring presentation.
Greater Miamians responded with an over-
whelming quarter of a million dollar sale in
Israel Bonds.
This is proof of what often has been said
in these columns: Jewish organizations ouaht
to rely more frequently than they do on the
talent of their fellow-Jews. The community',
rousing reaction to Rabbi Kronish* plsa could
hardly have been warmer if Sr Leslie broke
New. Xork' foa I*** and arrived here to
mats the ptoa himself.
Amrinm the week
as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN
Jacksonville k.
">' the nwd *
more cogent than brt
Mum. >nd N <
m.gn.f.edthe^ri*-
hid Prev.ousIy^Ml
tonia and Chartot.!?"
brought home the gruesome fsct that it can happen /' Nc
home, that is, for those who forgot the unsolved viniM""
against Miami synagogues back in 1951. But the Jt^SJ
ings are an exclamation point to the tardy recognition on"!?
many that the pattern of terror developing in the South
serious situation.
Certainly, the professional civil libertarians have Ions u-
of it. Nonetheless, little of value has resulted from this soe^'
formation. In a highly disciplined sense, precisely becau i?
and .Nashville incidents were "refresher" in nature thpr^l!4
been reliably exploited for their maximum propaeandia '
Carried to its logical conclusion, maximum propagaruW "
would include, among other things, a no-arrest situation
authorities and culprits found themselves immobilized bvau^!
ing stalemate such as has been Miami's heritage since tfc tab
rorism. *M
This, in turn, would have meant an embarrassed police fun.
city government pitted against an unidentified lawless body 3
with the gay abandon of its successes. It should also have a?*!
angry, organiied community leadership bent on squeezing to tJji
the significance of unpunished vandalism vandalism whirl
lenges the right to freedom of religion for the express purpose 3
taging a U.S. Supreme Court ruling.
CHANCE IN TACTICS NOW NECESSARY
Mi CONSEQUENCES Of5 such a loaded situation were, oft.
1 unpredictable They would have largely depended upon both
the culprits languished in the esteem of their unsolved cnaei t
quickly and to what extent they repeated their actions; tot sin
the terror was organized as opposd to sporadic in nature.
Jacksonville has given us the answer to some of that i
tions. But it has, as yet, uncovered no reasonable explanation^
failure of organized community leadership to rise to a sucmloh
sibil ity: to wring from the aftermath of violence and the i
ment of police frustration the kind of propagandists fruit captwl
making success out of failure.
This possibility is now past. Not to uncover the sources fJl_
bombings is to court disaster. That Jacksonville follows so dt*l
on the heels of Miami and Nashville is an indication of the ebtjei sjl
the immunity from punishment the vandals feeland an oasjl
portent of other attempts in the not far-off future.
The culpability of community leadership is a fascinating steal I
enon, for it cuts across religious lines to betray disinterest jpntiij
frequently rigid and purposeful silence, not only among the gesai
population, but among Jews as well. Whatever rewards nay sat|
been offered for information leading to an arrest and catties
despite the fact that the rewards represent many faiths, tint I
mass media institutionsinterest, at least in the Miami bombus,!
at low ebb.
Congregation Beth El. for example, has found it necessary toil
vertise in the press in order to keep its case before thepublic eje lal
intimate ties this newspaper maintains with the Jewish
needless to say predisposes the she of ftJ columns for reports of (
the most lsfcoftsequential details of poiiee ufvestiga6on and
But nothing short of another catastropheor a sensatiaaal irrsVl
will induce the general press to go all out on what is regarded il|
"cold" story.
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INhrEFENSIBtB AND DESTRUCTIVE REASONING
THE APATHY 6t the general community is a long-standing phaatl
enon frequently tied to anti-Semitic feeling of varying dep|
What has been achieved in Miami, Nashville. Jacksonville aid i
cities may tiros symbolize for many of our neighbors a bad of i
wish fulfillment. The Jewish community is motivated diffe*BJ
but by equally indefensible and self-destructive reasoning.
Here integration, the issue at stake, seizes its osmDv fa
imagination, stifling all intelligent judgment. Bombed, temrtg
threatened to near immobility, we are told by many to do rdaf|
as our attackers advise us: to give up our active role in the battlelrl
integration; to refrain from doing or saying anything that may ittml
the wrath of the segregationists, who really are not our eoeawH
keep silent.
The patent absurdity of this kind of advice is marsifestm*fl
shattered buildings at Beth El Congregation and elsewhere. T
tie is ours, aed the enemy is oars. To set otherwise is t Wj?\
realities of experience fn fhe aftermath of Jacksonville to |
further violence
:- : -:- : :
THi BANKRUPTCY OF COMMUNITY LEADERSHIP
TNE GENE ft AL COMMUNTTY in Miami suddenly has as itjljji
uman the National Conference of Christians and JeW*\ J"
is too fraught with the need for intensive reasoning to i"*^'
petty quarrels over a pusillanimous organization whose retard
man relations principally stands on the interfaith flavor of its
a-year dinners attended, among others, by many a city s p"""
bigotry.
The Jewish community, on the other hand, ha* it* tJrk
agencies. These have been doing a creditable Job "<* *""]j
first laid dynamite to walls m Miami some two months agft
American Jewish Committee has urged the FBI to en,er ", l(t\
tigations. The Anti Defamation League, participant in "?jj|fc
ends meeting of Southern mayors an law enforce ment omj Ji
_ taw emorc-..- -- ^
Jacksonville, prepared a brief based on a documentation ^
ings in a variety of states and places since Jannary. IW^o ^j
to prove the legal ground for US. government m,^22|l^t/i
the American Jewish Congress is urging across-the board ~" ^
HR 11808, a blU currently before the House of Represeewu
make the illicit use of dynamite a Federal offense
But it has been a showtime, iisdeetL slrfft last J^S
substituted for the leadership of the cOtnmuitrt* Sere ^J*?"^.
total policy judgment. While one may argee that ^ jTJLes ftti
ageneies exist tor precisely such activity sR grecocty y^5djnl
practical fact b lists The free rein they tsliwWsMir esyj^^,.!
the tsaatnattcy of liaailniij I ,i..sM s* the are*** *"^
mock as it does tfMr own effectiveness j
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inciples of AJCongress: Statement
Eve of National Confab Here
>R. ISRAEL GOLDSTEIN
it makes the American Jew-
Dngress "different?" How
[our program stand above
kpart from other organiza-
|hat profess similar aims?
answer, I think, lies not
|ch in what we stand for but
i things we stand up for ._._
American Jewish Congress
b!.l its national biennial conven-
the Carillon hotel May 14 to
r^mg (lit first time jince its
rig in 1918 that this organizu-
\as held its national delihera-
putsidr J\ew Yor^ City. In this
U'ntten exclusively for The
Flortdian, Dr. Israel Gold-
[ national president of AJCon-
[discusses the philosophy, pro-
mid achievements of the organ-
Ed.)
ie vigor with which we ap-
the vital issues of our day.
of AJCongress have never
ear to the timid counsel
as a Jewish group we should
from any worthy or fruit-
tivities which are consider-
fcrfectly natural when under-
by others. We have never
that by obscuring our
ace as Jews we will avoid
and hostility.
hose persons and organixa-
that lack the courage to
Ik out for what they believe
ve forgotten the plain les-
[of experience that civic
fs which *n abdicated are
a limb that it immobilized,
muscle that remains vn-
I; it atrophies and eventual-
Btes its function.
nching retreat is not what
reserved the Jewish people
}h the centuries. And the
of America will counten-
nothing less than full and
Dibited sharing by all Amer-
in our society.
js does the American Jewish
ress stand up for the things
lands for:
I Because we believe a free
(secure Israel is vital both for
rican security and for Jew-
survival, AJCongress has
a national leader in urging
government to support Is-
|'s desperate need for guar-
ds against Arab military at-
and economic blockade.
Because we believe that at-
ks on the rights of U.S. cit-
|s cannot go unchallenged,
ingress first exposed the
lb campaign against American
|s and the Arab boycott of
ericaa firms that deal with Is-
| AJCongress has been the
Jer in a nationwide effort to
linate this poison from Amer-
life, and to bring to an end
government's acquiescence
the anti-Jewish policies of for-
governments, even as ap-
W to U.S. servicemen who are
ped from serving their coun-
in such places as Dhahran,
jidi Arabia, because our gov-
rment feels it must appease
Saud.
DR. ISKAU GOLDSTEIN
. htrilmqt of ear founders
Because we believe in the
separation of church and state
as a fundamental principle of
American democracy, AJCon-
gress led the successful fight to
prevent inclusion of question
on religion in the 1960 census.
AJCongress, pre-eminent in the
field of safeguarding religious
liberty, also challenged the dis-
tribution of the Gideon Bible in
the public schools of Ruther-
ford, N.J.
This test case was carried to
the New Jersey Supreme Court,
which in a precedent-making de-
cisionthe first of its kind ever
decidedheld that the distribut-
ion of a religious tract has no
place in the public schools.
(The Gideon Bible case is only
one of hundreds of examples of
how the American Jewish Con-
gress has pioneered the use of
law and social action to fight
bigotry and to extend the fron-
tiers of freedom.)
Because we believe* segrega-
tion is evil, AJCongress filed a
brief as friend of the court in
the historic Supreme Court de-
cision which held school segrega-
tion to be unconstitutional. In
addition, two scientific studies by
AJCongress on the psychological
effects of segregation on the child
were cited by Chief Justice War-
ren in his decision.
Because we believe that the
rights of one group cannot be
safe-guarded unless the rights of
all are secure, AJCongress pio-
neered in the struggle to enact
fair employment, fair housing
and education laws. The first
FEP laws ever to be enacted in
this country were originally
drafted by the American Jewish
Congress. Today, 75 percent of
American Jews live in states cov-
ered by FEP laws.
Because we believe in the
unity of the Jewish people around
the world, AJCongress first ex-
posed and documented the black
record of Nasser's persecution of
Egyptian Jewry. (AJCongress is
the American arm of the World
Jewish Congress, which links
Jews in 63 countries and played
the key role in negotiations at
which Germany and Austria
agreed to pay reparations for
their crimes against the Jews.
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gress is working at the United
Today the World Jewish Con-
Nations and via other channels
to secure adequate safeguards for
North Africa's 500,000 Jews, and
to seek International help for
Jews wherever their social, polit-
ical and economic rights are
threatened.)
Because we believe in the
creative survival ef the Jewish
people, AJCongress has inaug-
urated programs for its mem-
bers aimed at deepening and
enriching the content of Jewish
lifethrough the synagogue and
temple, the Jewish school, par-
ticipation in Jewish organiza-
tional life and ties with Israel.
Today the tasks that confront
us as Americans and as Jews are
no less crucial than those we have
met in the past.
We must help the American
government to understand that
there can be no lasting peace in
the Middle East until the Arab
states recognize Israel's right to
existenceand that the best in-
terests of our country and the
free world are identical with
those of Israel.
We must intensify our efforts
to halt the wave of terror and
violence which has been used to
set up a curtain of intimidation
around the segregation issue.
We must catapult into the
arena of public debate the vicious
Arab campaign that aims at
making the Jews of America sec-
ond-class citizens.
We must defend the traditional
separation of church and state in
America and resist un-American
intrusion of religion in the
schools.
We must join forces in the
struggle against segregation
and the denial of civil rights
and civil liberties, recognizing
that freedom is indivisible, and
that all men created equal in
the eyes of God deserve and re-
quire equal opportunity to
make this most of what God has
given them.
We must address ourselves to
Jewish survival values, exercis-
ing them in our homes and es-
pousing them in the community.
It is part of the heritage of our
founders, Stephen S. Wise, and
Louis Brandeis, that the Amer-
ican Jewish Congress should
think of itself as justifying its
existence only as long as it gives
purpose and direction to the
American and the Jewish com-
munity, only as long as it dis-
turbs the complacent goads
the sluggish ... and infuriates
the reactionary.
This is the repsonsibility of
leadership.
Message of greetings from Gov. LeRoy Collins on occasion of
Israel's 10th anniversary celebration was to be personally pre-
sented Apr- 24 to Israel's President Itzhak Ben-Zvi by Dr. Irving
Lehrman, of Temple Emanu-El, and Samuel N. Friediand.
Handing hand-lettered scroll to Dr. Lehrman (center) is Irving
Cypen, who brought message from Governor, while Dr. Ben-
jamin B. Rosenberg, executive director of Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation, looks on. Dr. Lehrman, Friediand, and their
wives will be honored next week on their return from Israel.
Key Appointments In Homestead Push
The Combined Jewish Appeal
campaign in Homestead shifted
into high gear this week with key
appointments announced by cam-
paign chairman Herman Marks.
The Business and Professions
unit has been organized with vice
chairman David Liebman heading
the Professional Division and local
builder Harry Aaronson appointed
chairman of the Building Division.
Irving Peskoe was appointed
the coordinator of the campaign
In the Keys to direct solicitation
with Marks of Jewish residents
in this area.
Residents of the Homestead area
expect to complete their drive
within t.ie next four weeks, ac-
cording to Marks, who said that
plans are goin ( forward for a big
victory celebration the first week
in June.
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Federal Bar is Urged
Against improper Use
Of Explosive Material
Continued from Paoe 1 A
crime to transport beta
or to possess any dynamite so
transported, intended for unlawful
use. It would create the presump-
tion that a Federal law has been
violated by anyone found to have
dynamite in his possession against
local state law.
While maintaining that there is
ample basis for Federal intirvcn
tion in the bombinrs that damaged
Jewish Centers and places of wor-
ship in Miami, Charlotte, Gastonia.
Nashville and .Jacksonville, and an
attempted bombing in Birmine-
rwrn. durina the past several
months, the Jewish groups support
the Loser Bill as clarifying the
authority of the Attorney General
to intervene.
Text of the statement of the six
organizations is as follows:
"A leries of five bombings and
one attempted bombing by dyna-
mite of Jewish Community Cen-
ters and places of worship in
Southern cities during the last
six months, coupled with similar
assaults upon public schools in
seme of the same cities, has
aroused a widespread feeling of
outrage among decent citizens of
all faiths and of both races.
"Although state and local police
authorities appear to be making
e\ < ry possible effort to discover
and apprehend the perpetrators of
these assaults, there have been no
arrests or convictions.
Despite repeated requests, the
United States Attorney General
thus far has refused to intervene
maintaining that there is no legal
basil for Federal action. Respect-
fully, we disagree. Federal Judge
Miller, of Nashville, has been
threatened with assassination.
This, in our view, is sufficient war-
rant for the Federal government to
intervene. Accordingly, we urge
the Attorney General to order the
Federal Bureau of Investigation to
make a thorough investigation.
"At the same time, to make clear
the authority of Federal agencies
to enter such cases in the future,
we call upon the Congress of the
I United States speedily to enact
H.R. 11806, recently introduced in
the House of Representatives by
(Congressman J. Carlton Loser, of
Tennessee.
"Congressman Loser's bill, H.R.
1180o, would make it a Federal
crime to transport in interstate
commerce or to possess any ox-
plosives so transported with
'knowledpe or intent that the ex-
plosive will be used in violation
of law.' It provides further thet
the possession of any explosive
transported in interstate com-
merce in violation of the law of
any state or territory shall be a
Federal crime.
The bill establishes the pre-
sumption, which the accused would
be under the necessity of rebutting,
that anyone found to have had in
his possession or to have used an
explosive in violation of state law
had transported the explosive in in-
terstate commerce and thus vio-
lated the Federal statute.
"We have every confidence that
other religious, labor, veterans and
community organizations who
share our concern for the mainten-
ance of law and order and the swift
apprehension of those responsible
for the bombings will join with us
in support of the adoption by the
United States Congress of H.R.
11806."
Detroit Defies "Depressii
Nets $5 Million for Ujjj
rV.'UMM MECHANIC
Beth Jacob Picks
Mechanic Prexy
William G. Mechanic has been
elected president of Beth Jacob
Congregation.
Other officers elected at a re-
cent meeting include Aaron I.erner.
first vice president; Louis Makov-
sky. second vice president; Marcie
Liberman, Treasurer; Hyman Gal-
but financial secretary; and Har-
vey Tendler, recording secretary.
Appointed executive board chair-
man was Harry Genet Others ap-
pointed include Morris Krevat, re-
ligious school chairman, and Na-
than Ginsburg, building chairman.
Mechanic and his wife. Hilda,
are long-time Miami Beach res-
idents. The couple have a daugh-
ter. Vicki. and son. Steve.
Continued from Pag* 1A
is the fifth best in the 33 years of
campaigning conducted by the Jew-
ish Welfare Federation and the
Allied Jewish Campaign. He also
emphasized that the $3 million
loan is the largest of its kind in the
history of the Detroit Jewish com-
munity.
The resolution authorizing ne-
gotiations for the loan was adopt-
ed at the dinner following a re-
port by Max J. Zivian, chairman
of the finance committee, of the
cash problems faced by the Jew-
ish Agency in settling newcom-
ers in srael. Pointing out that
only in 1948-49, when the war for
Israel's independence was being
waged, and in the 1956-57 period
of tension and the Sinai fighting,
did the final figure for the Allied
Jewish Campaign exceed the
amount reported this year. Fish-
er said the achievement this
year reflects the) traditional gen-
erosity of the Detroit Jewish
community.
Isidore Sobeloff. executive vice
president of the Federation, com-
menting on the results of the cam-
paign, stated: "The campaign
army rallied around the theme that
support of domestic and overseas
causes was an 'all weather' re-
sponsibility and not merely a 'fair
weather' gesture to be made only
when conditions of relative afflu-
ence prevail.
"It is significant." Sobeloff con-
tinued, "that instead of anticipated
resistance because of adverse busi-
Khrushchev Remarks Called Forgery
Presidents' Council
Elects Officers
Al Sherman, laundry executive
and past president of the South
Beach Men's Club, was this week
elected president of the Presi-
dents Council of Miami Beach.
Elected to serve with him as
first vice president was R i 11 e r
Levinson. executive director of the
Lincoln Road Assn. Leonard Glas-
seri past president of the 100 Club
of Dade County, was elected MB-
ond vice president. John Procter,
general manager of the Beach
Chamber of Commerce, was re-
elected secretary-treasurer.
Installation of officers will be
held at the Delano hotel June 7.
Mayor Kenneth Oka will be in-
stalling officer and former U. S
Sen. Harry Cain has argeed to be
principal speaker.
Continued from Page 1 A
ed of "confused nonsense."
"The aim of every single
speech was to slander the So-
viet Socialist state and to pre-
sent in a distorted light the
Leninist policy on nationalities
followed by the Soviet Union,"
the Moscow broadcast contend-
ed.
The Moscow station claimed
"it is well known" that Israel's
leaders, "claiming to be the pro-
tectors of Jewry, have been wag-
ing for a long time a campaign
for the concentration in Israel of
the Jewish population of various
countries, among them the Soviet
Union." It observed that "there
were such people who were taken
in by the Israeli-American prop-
aganda and have emigrated to Is-
rael. But their disappointment
was a bitter one." Apparently,
this was a reference to Polish
Jews who emigrated to Israel.
The Moscow radio broadcast'
quoted from letters purportedly
received from "misled people
who became victims of Israeli-
American propaganda" and bad
emigrated to Israel. "These peo-
ple became capitalist forced-la-
borers concealed by the figleaf of
the Jewish national state," the
broadcast declared. "These peo-
ple were confronted by hunger,
misery and unemployment."
"These letters of misled peo-
ple are documents which expose
the dirty slanderous character of
the allegations of the inspirers of
the new anti-Soviet propaganda
campaign on the so-called Jewish
question," the Moscow station
continued. "This invented prob-
lem does not exist in the Soviet
Union, where the Jewish popula-
tion enjoys the fruits of the Lenin-
ist policy of nationalities in the
same manner as all other peo-
ples of the Soviet Union."
ness conditions, six 2
ten contribu.or; Z2*>
former peak ieve| 0,^"
out of every len ,clu,r
to new heights of genlL
onlyone.ave le^?.
is the result of many v.J
building and reflects Ik.,
effective u.'farefundT
in a well-knit united
respectlul ot the need,
Europe and in Israel."
'57 US fir,
Hit $100 Mill
JTA-By DiretT
NEW YORK-Unitd
ports to Israel amounted!
$100 million in 1957,
exports to the Uai|a|]
amounted to S21 milu ported here Tuesday it |
pavilion at the U.S. W
Fair, which formally
nesday in the New York!
The largest paviliw %
erected by the Israel i
for display in the UniM 1
it is a counterpart
1958 participation in
Fairs in Johannesburg. I
Poman, limir, and
Covering 3,200 so, ft. ail
sanine floor of the Coto
handsomely designed aneal
a showcase for a multihtj
products and product rf I
Ten years of industrial |
and flourishing trade,
the dramatic panorama!)
historical and cultural I
is depicted through t
beautifully stained pkx
saics, integrated sculpture,!
| photographs, and an iffifl
rael products.
The top honors for the <
the pavilion were awarded ul
EI-Hanani, outstanding
architect. El-Hanani was I
a member of the faculty i
tecture at the Hebrew Te
Haifa, and is the desiperaU
memorial for Independent j^
in Tel Aviv.
To Meet for lltd'm
Hebrew Academy ' meet to elect officers W
noon at the Algiers hotel
They'll Meet tor Lunch
Royal Palm Unit of the Woman's
Corps. Cancer Institute of Miami.
wi 1 meet Tuesday noon for lunch
at the Deauville hotel.
Rabbi Meyer Passow
OF MEMPHIS, TENN
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i/ Israel Was Born Legal Issues
Jagued Spokesmen Here for State
t Yet Officially Listed as Nation
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
In recent weeks, much has been written about Israel. However,
interestingly enough, one of the great human interest stories about
UnMg Blft.t89 recognition of Israel is told by Eliahu Elath, Israel's.
TmoaTsador to the Court of St. James, in an article in the Tenth Anni-
versary Isjue of the Hadassah Newsletter, published by the Women's
Zionist Organization of America.
MtfSIDtMT KM-ZVI
. brings ereefinji
Ambassador Elath, who was Is-
rael's firit representative in the
United S*at*s. related the events
of May 14. 1.143. At about 11 a.m.,
he received a call from Clark
Clifford at the White House. Clif-
ford wanted to know whether -a
Jewish State was to be proclaim-
ed that day. Elath said that "it
might be assumed that our inde-
pendence had already been pro-
claimed ."
"If that is so." Clifford stated,
"then I can inform you personal-
ly that the President has decided
to recognize your State from the
hour of its birth. I would ask you
to submit to me at the earliest

Ttjy wbnrr-*".......' ^
.-.
H*. H
iternational Lawyers Meet
le for Israel Aug. 17-20
jvyers from all over the world
gather in Jerusalem Aug. 17
to attend the 1958 Interna-
Lawyers convention during
il's tenth birthday festivities.
cause of the gala holiday
; throughout Israel this year,
apital city is making special
rations for an unusual con-
Ice, according to Haim H.
n, chairman of the coming
ation.
en, Israel's Attorney Gen-
is presently in the United
|t e s attending the Human
its Commission sessions of
Jnited Nations,
rists from many countries
been invited to discuss the
[lopment of laws peculiarly
ed to the birth and progress
racl and other recently estab-
states. he said,
nong the topics included on
Icon vent ion agenda are social
[labor legislation, problems of
constitutional and administrative
law, the law of personal status
and other economic laws.
Numerous receptions and tours
of the young Jewish State are in
the planning stage. The Israel
Bar Assn. will serve as host.
Lawyers will be received by the
Justices of the Supreme Court
and the law professors of the
Hebrew University. Tours within
Israel will be under the direction
of Peltours, official travel agents.
President Itzhak Ben-Zvi and
Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion
will greet delegates at the open-
ing sessions Sunday, Aug. 17.
There will be receptions by gov-
ernment officials, prominent jur-
ists and university presidents
during and after the convention
sessions.
Immediately after the conven-
tion, delegates will be given the
opportunity to travel into every
Continued en Page 9-A
possible moment an official re-
quest for such recognition, ad-
dressed to the Secretary of
State."
The question now was could
Elath submit such a letter as the
representative of the Jewish
State? Moshe Shertok (now Shar-
ett) had said a few days eariler
that Elath would be appointed the
new State's representative in the
United States. But, Elath re-
lates, "I had received no formal
confirmation; therefore, while I
was speaking to Clifford, I was
still the director of the Jewish
Agency's Washington office.
"But it was clear to me," he
continues, "that, authorized or
not, I had not even a minute to
lose; in the extraordinary situa-
tion created by Clifford's announ-
cement, I had to behave as if my
status had been fully confirm-
ed ."
At Elath's request, the Agen-
cy's legal adviser, David Gins-
burg, and an expert on interna-
tional law, began drafting the let-
ter. But they encountered prob-
lems, as Elath points out.
"First of all came the question
of our new State's name. So far,
neither the press nor the radio
had given any guidance on this
point. Nor had we heard anything
at all from Palestine This
point about the name caused us
much uncertainty: how was it
possible to ask for recognition of
a State without mentioning its
name? After long consideration
of this peculiar difficulty, we
eventually agreed that we had no
choice but to reply on the actual
resolution of the United Nations
General Assembly of Nov. 29,
1947, which had used the phrase
'Jewish State.' We could only do
the same.
"The second difficulty was how
to arrange the exact coordination
of the time of the Act of Indepen-
dence in Tel Aviv, and the time
Continued on Page 9-A
Pizza hits Israel. Something new in Middle East is popular
Italian dishpizza piewhich is being consumed in large
quantities these days in Israel's bigger cities. Open-air, over-
counter stores are springing up in most of busier streets.
Proud designer: Ben Segal, Philadelphia-born artist, admiree
some of completed Harsa products. His designs are among
some of more popular ones produced by this Beersheba cer-
amic plant.
Health Standards in Israel
Seen on Par With the Best
Health conditions in Israel are
on a par with those of the most
advanced nations of the world,
and in a sharp contrast to the low
standards prevailing elsewhere in
the Middle East.
Life expectancy for the Jewish
population in 1956 was 69.4 for
males, and 72.1 for females as
compared, for example, with 66.6
and 72.7 in the United States, 35.6
and 41.5 in Egypt, and 32.4 and
31.7 in India.
T"
Gurion Greets U.S. Jewry
On Israel's Anniversary
JERUSALEM(JTA)Tribute was paid Wednesday to the Jews of
all countries for the role they played in the establishment of the State of
Israel in an Independence Day message issued by Premier David Ben-
Gurion in connection with the celebration of Israel's tenth anniversary^
The message was sent to the American Committee for Israel's Tenth
Anniversary Celebration and will be read at many of the celebrations
scheduled by more than 200 Jewish communities throughout the United
States.
Pointing out that "the United their ancient
Nations did not lift a finger" when J,1^
the Arab states attacked Israel ..Tribes of various tongues. sep-
during the early days after its es- arflted Ume amJ e dlstant
tablishment ten years ago, hoping hundred8 of years and thous-
"to annihilate her. the Israel Pre- andg rf miles are mixed in ,srael
mier said: into one natj0 that once again
"One loyal ally arose the Jew- ^ ^^ tongue tha{ h
ish people in the D'aspo Volun- ^^ roo[ed anew in tne s01, of
teers from more than 60 countries homciand, and is creating by
came to Israel to participate m the a, ,abor flnd through its
War of Independence, and the help tual m()ral and inteUectual
given by the Jewish people to Is- abiUty gn economy and a cuiUllc
rael in its defensive war continued and a SOciety and a science which
to grow, as young, conquering Is- will be a glory to Jewry wherever
rael began its great and difficult it may be."
a Israeli youngster leams ABC's of machine and tool work
I Boys Town Jerusalem. This is one of several new joca-
aal training courses added to school's curriculum. Insta-
ll, which works in close liaison with Israeli Ministers of td-
ation. and Commerce to develop a technical trgP
dm in accord with country's anticipated future needs, re-
ally beaan construction of a modern four-story Industrial
iOtntoi.
task of gathering in the exiles and
making the desert bloom.
"More than one million Jews
were added to the country since
the establishment of the State.
Whole exiled communities were
brought over to Israel, and from
79 countries in all parts of the
world, Jews streamed and are con-
The Prime Minister in his mes-
sage painted a picture of contin-
ued progress for Israel's second
decade in the face of grim opposi-
tion, expressing! confidence that;
with the continued support of the
peoples of the democratic nations
and world Jewry, his country
Continued on Pegs 9A
The infant mortality rate is 32.3
per 1,000 births. This compares
with 26.6 in the United States,
119.1 in India, and 125.6 in Egypt.
Israel's ratio of physicians to
population is one of the highest,
if not the highest, in the world.
In 1957, there were 3,887 physic-
ians in the countrya ratio of one
doctor to each 400 inhabitants.
Comparable ratios for other coun-
tries are: One to 7,100 in India;
one to 3.500 in Egypt.
Hospital facilities have almost
doubled in the last 10 years, in-
creasing from 63 institutions with
4.626 beds in 1949 to 102 hospitals
with 12,250 beds in 1956. These
are supplemented by local clin-
ics, dispensaries and convalescent
homes.
The Ministry of Health operates
17 hosiptals with a capacity of
4,500 beds, as well^as a variety
of other facilities including 200
infant welfare clinics, a number
of nursing schools, mental health
clinics and a polio rehabilitation
center.
The remainder of the country's
health facilities are operated by
non-governmental institutions.
The Workers Sick Fund, a
health insurance association or-
ganized by the General Federa-
tion of Labor (Histadrut) is by far
the largest medical organization
in the country, with a budget
more than twice as large as that
of the Ministry of Health. Two-
thirds of Israel's population be-
longs to the Fund, which operates
910 clinics, 14 hospitals and 12
convalescent homes.
Additional medical facilities are
maintained by Hadassah of the
United States; Malben, the Amer-
ican Joint Distribution Commit-
tee's program for the care of
sick, aged or handicapped new
immigrants; Magen David Adorn,
Israel's equivalent of the Red
Cross; and a variety of smaller
voluntary agencies.
Israels first National Insur-
ance Law went into effect in
April, 1954. It provides the fol-
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Jeis*fkr*M>*r
fridtty.
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We are determined to use our only
inheritance from nature and history,
our intellectual and moral abilities!"



What does Israel have fa offer the world
after tan troubled years?
"We are ottering the proof that spiritual strength is more valuable than
mere wealth and physical strength. We are offering a democratic society in
an area still living in the Middle Age.. We are proving that a small people.
outnumbered forty to one. can defend itself, and these things vindicate the
Jewish belief throughout history in the supremacy of spiritual qualities over
physical quantities." .
What does the Israel ol today have to oiler
the Jaws of the world?
- JT th? d*8PUed <*** oppressed lews still living In countries that ars
j?!. W" "*r ln*dom and a Hie oi dignity, if they will only be allowed
j i ^" Jf W*.in ** and P*Pous countries, we present a new typs
L.W' ? ,#W who d#P*nd UP htaeeM for his security. One who for the
oHhe^worioL t^* WrI "I would say this to the Jews everywhere and to the rest of the world:
may be hopeful in the next ten that even more will be
PREMIER DAVID BEN GURION
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jalistics Plagued Israel Before Her Birth
liiMMd frm Pafla 7-A
[announcement in Washing-
Ve realized the importance
fliting American recogni-
| the utmost. But since the
Mandate was to expire
midnight, it was only then
ur independence would, in
^tional law, become effec-
t was decided that the let-
(uld contain a statement of
lablishment of the 'Jewish
[and the appointment of its
jional Government, adding
Act of Independence
come into force at one min-
ler midnight (Palestine
Pie., at one minute past 6
Washington time on Fri-
day 14. 1948.
third problem was how I
[ sign myself as representa-
the Provisional Govern-
bf the State. Here it was
found that the description 'Agent'
would meet all legal require-
ments demanded by the nature of
the letter and its purposes. Hav-
ing discussed and settled all
these drafting problems to the
best of our ability, we found our-
selves still rather unhappy about
the nameor rather the absence
of a nameand only slightly re-
lieved by the reflection thai the
earth revolving from West to
East, gave a few hours grace in
Washington, to offset the disad-
vantage of the 'short Frtday-irtttr
the threat of Arab invasion hang-
ing over our heads.
"The letter was typed and sign-
ed, and I handed it to Avi Zinder,
then press adviser to the Wash-
ington office of the Jewish Agen-
cy, now head of the Israel Broad-
casting Service. Zinder left for
the White House. Hardly had he
driven off when one of the office
clerks burst into my room with
the news that the radio had just
announced the establishment of
the Jewish State, and that its
name was 'Israel.' I told him to
Jump into the first car he saw,
ion Greets U.S. Jewry
Israel's Anniversary
MOSHt SHAKtTT
. then Sktrtok
ipus Danger
tms Over
AVIV(JTA)-The danger
|n the Mt. Scopus situation
en passed and time will
in solution to the problem,
pwcisco Urmtia, UN Secre-
eneral Dag Hammarskjold's
al representative, said here
leaving for UN headquar-
Colombian diplomat who
ent two weeks shuttling be-
I.-rael and Jordan, trying
love obstacles to a pact on
ci-ht he had nfjotiated with
arties several months ago.
orae progress had been made,
fused, however, to specify or
late.'
whether progress had
lade on the promised trans-
books and medical equip-
Ifrom the Hebrew University
ladassah Hospital grounds on
pcopus, he said the matter
Bn looked into but he was
to report progress.
Urrutia said Dr. Ralph
^e, Nobel Prize winning UN
Secretary assigned by Mr.
narskjold to the Mt. Scopus
fcm, might come to the Mid-
last shortly. He looked on his
Visit as routine and envisaged
fcr trips in the future.
Fears Age this Week
pIDENT: Joseph Goebbels,
fied as a leader of the Hitler
bnent, was sentenced to three
&s' imprisonment In Berlin
Week on charges of insulting
Nrlin assistant chief of police,
?" Court decorum was shat-
when Goebbels asked the
whether he was a Jew.
Continued from Page 7A
would develop into a "Rock of Is-
rael."
"We know that our work is not
finished," he said, "and will not be
finished easily or quickly, and it is
possible that there await us diffi-
culties and dangers no less great
than those we overcame in our first
decade, but we look to the future
with confidence in the Rock of Is-
rael, depending on our strength,
and on the justice and purity of our
case, believing in the brotherhood
of world Jewry, and hoping for the
good will of all nations who seek
peace and justice and freedom."
Embracing the aid and contribu-
tion of Jews from all over the
world, Ben-Gurion emphasized that
the State of Israel was not estab-
lished by the 650,000 Jews who liv-
ed in the country, May 14, 1948,
when it was proclaimed a State.
"Pioneering activities of three gen-
erations preceded the declaration
of independence," he said.
International
Confab Slated
Continued from Paga 7-A
nook and corner of the new State,
according to Cohen.
"It is our desire to give the
visiting lawyers every chance to
see for themselves the tremen-
dous strides that Israel has made
in its ten years of Statehood," he
said.
A special 12-day package tour
of the country has been prepared
that will include not only the four
days of the convention, but a com-
pletely guided tour of the coun-
try, full hotel accommodations
with three meals daily, transfer
and assistance on arrival and de-
parture, entrance fees and the
necessary taxes and charges.
An American sponsors commit-
tee to the convention is being or-
ganized here to receive registra-
tion and give information regard-
ing the conference to members of
the legal profession.
High Standard
Continued from Page 7-A
lowing categories of social insur-
ance:
Old age pensions, expected
to be paid to 25,000 people during
1957-58.
Survivors insurance, payable
to widows and children of meih-
bers of the plan.
Industrial accident insur-
ance, payable to persons disabled
in industrial accidents or their
immediate family survivors.
Maternity insurance.
More than 675,000 of the coun
try's population is now registered
with the National Insurance Insti-
tute, which administers the plan.
and to dash after Zinder, in the
hope of catching him before he
got to the White House. By great
good luck, he did succeed in
catching up with Zinder, just at
the gates of the White House. We
_________________9-A
had no time to retype the letter,
so the alteration (indicating the
name of the State) had to be
made in the Original, and %ith
that, alteration it went off ."
This memoir is part of Elath's
excellent historic account of "The
Day the State was Born," which
paved the way for United States
recognition of the State f Israel.

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We Must Be Ready For Those Who Escape From fJ
ESCAPE FROM FEAR. By Martin A. Bursfen. Illustrated
with photographs. 244 pp. Syracuse: Syracuse Univor-
sity Press. 1958.
EEW PEOPLE WERE as particularly qualified to report
on the Hungarian Revolt as Martin A. Bursten. As a
veteran journalist and feature writer, he had witnessed,
early in 1945. the liberation of some of the concentration
camps. As director of public relations for United _Hias
Service, he had studied the worlds refugees in Europe.
North Africa, the Middle East and Latin America.
On Oct. 23. 1956. Hungary exploded in a desperate bid
for freedom. By Nov. 11, it was all over. And on .Nov.
MILTON FRIEDMAN
17, Martin Burstcn was standing in the predawn freezing
cold of the Austro-Hungarian border, waiting to talk to the
freedom fr_hters who oame streaming across to the West.
H.s eve-witness account, strung with case-history vig-
nettes, has the sharpness necessary for remembrance of
this futile, courageous thing past. And remembrance,
just as with the Six Million, is important. Americans, I
think, would perhaps choose not to recall Hungary; at
least, wc find our own role in the drama slim memory,
indeed. The reason for this is one of the salient points of
Bursten's book. and. I should guess, one of its motives.
Two points, actually, stand out .when, you have digest-
ed the "human-interest" and th'e"hisvory and occasional
Politics Reevaluate Strength of Nation Today
Washington
ISRAELI SCIENTIFIC achievements are being observed
' by official Washington.
No longer is the strength of nations measured in pop-
ulation or size of territory. The Sputnik age brought real-
ization that a nation's importance rests on brainpower and
scientific capacities.
Israel's status is growing apace with its technical pro-
gress. Washington officials, looking to the future, point
out that Israeli security in coming years will be based in-
creasingly on her scientific potentialities.
At the end of the first ten years of national life, Israel
had achieved national recognition in the world of science.
In 1957. the country was selected by the International
Union of Pure and Applied Physics as the locale for its
international conference on nuclear structure
Israel American scientific cooperation is increasing
steadily. By agreement with the U.S. Air Force. Israeli
scientists are conducting research in aerodynamics and
the rheological behavior of substances. Three additional
projects were recently undertaken by the Technion in
Haifa at the request of the US. Air Force.
American medical science has benefitted from Israeli
discoveries. Research projects have been started in Israel
for the U.S. National Institute of Health.
Israeli scientists have just completed a report on ex-
tensive research conducted for the Ford Foundation. It
was in the fields of hydraulic and agricultural engineer-
ing, soils, biological and geological problems, sub-tropical
medicine, and social science.
NATHAN ZMPRiN
Israel's program of nuclear research is aimed at
peaceful use of the atom. Primarily, Israel is working to
develop nuclear energy for electric powera prime need
in the region. Emphasis is given to discovery and utiliza-
tion of local materials.
Production of uranium in small but usable quantities
as a by-product of the Negev phosphate industry is being
tried. A process for production of heavy water, perfected
at the Weizmann Institute of Science, is being used in
France and a number of other nations.
The Weizmann Institute's output of heavy oxygen,
with the highest percent of purity in the world, is now in
demand by scientists of many nations.
Following intensive research, Israel is constructing a
pilot plant for desalination of sea water, using a partial
freezing process. The ultimate objective is to obtain fresh
water from the sea, first for urban and domestic use, and
eventually for irrigation.
A revolutionary new "institute for desert research"
was opened last year in Beersheba. The United Nations
Educational. Scientific and Cultural Organization support-
ed this Israeli undertaking. Available to foreign, as well
as Israeli scientists, the institution is perhaps the only one
of its kind in the world.
Solar energy research in Israel in some aspects is
in advance of similar research in the United States. Is-
raelis have already perfected advanced designs for har-
nessing the rays of the sun to provide refrigeration and
air-conditioning
Why He's Opposed to Public Swimming Pool
COME COLUMNS AGO we spoke harshly of the religious
extremists with respect to their efforts to impose"a
!i of their own on Israel. We noted at the
that it was not only inconsistent but unbecoming as
well for Arr.encar: | on the church-state-separation
I inciple at home while advocating a diametrically op-
i .rig concept for Israel.
We have received a number of lattan from ren some laudatcry *m\ o;:. jtory. amjng them one
HERRERT G. LVFT
Special Awards Noted
^ wood
C3EDERICK BORGES. ;. Iia-1iii4 Austrian jour..., ,-t i -
for" the a Ken; of Hitlensm, r.. >r of
\ .fbau" and presicent of the Holly*.
I this columnist to io\ ' DU awards at the Ainlia-^a lor hotel here. Israeli star-
lel Ziva Rodann (Shapiri served as hostess at the ban
and was presented as I sign Press of 1958. Among
tha many honors bestowed by HFI'A. a number of citations
are of special interest.
The Golden Globe Award for the best picture of the
year went to veteran producer Sam Spiegel for "The
Bridge on the River Kwai." in its entirety photographed
on location on the island of Ceylon and starring Alec
Guinness who was selected as the best performer for his
portrayal of Col. Nickerson in the same film. Since Rus-
sian born producer Spiegel currently is in Moscow on a
goodwill mission for the U.S. government, co-star William
Holden accepted his award, as well as the one for Guin-
The award for the best screen musical went to "Lea
Cirls" and its producer Sol C. Siegel. with star Kay Ken
dall receiving an award for the best comedy performance
in the same picture. The trophy for the best supporting
penormance went to Red Buttons, a graduate of tlu
Borscht circuit, for his first film role, a straight dramatic
part in William Goctz' production o( "Sayonara" for Wir
ner Bros. The Cecil B. DeMille Award, given by the For-
eign Press each year to a person in recognition of his
on'standing achievements, this year was presented to
Buddy Adler, 20th Fa* production chief currently prepar-
ing the filmizition of "The Diary of Anne Frank "
The annual Henrietta awards, to the World Film Fav-
orites of 1C57, went to Doris Day (Mrs. Martin .lelcher)
and to Tony Curus. Special Golden Globes were awarded
to composer-conductor Hugo Frieclhofer "for bettering the
standard of motion picture music." to Zsa Zsa Gabor as the
most glamorous actiess of 1957.
from Rabbi Morris Sherer, executive vice president of
Agudath Israel of America.
Rabbi Sherer has asked for an opportunity to present
the "other side of the coin" and we are glad to give it to
him.
"The opposition to the construction of a mixed swim-
mine pool in Jerusalem does not stem from 'ultra-ex; n m
ists' as your column implied. It is a fact opposition to
the project has united all religious forces in Israel. Includ-
ing ihc Chief Rabbinate. Agudath Israel and the Mizrachi-
Hapoel Hamizrachi.
"The strupqle to stop the erection of a mixed swim-
ming pool in Jerusalem has no relationship with the lib-
erties of irreligious citizens, whose rights to disb-l
you defend It stems from our view about the unique place
that Jerusalem has traditionally occupied in the hearts of
our people as a holy city, which Jews throughout the world
face in moments of prayer. The Talmud often pla<-.
; ecial sanctity on Jerusalem, which has become a saced
l)ol of our faith.
"To draw an analogy, would you condone the con-
struction of a mixed swimming pool in the middle of a
synagogue? To the religious person. Jerusalem bears the
sanctity of a synagogue, and we therefore oppose every
attempt to profane this holy concept."
asides like that from a refugee named 7u
ported that the Siberian "camps ,nX^UnJM
prisoned were filled with RsiM h\h^
given stiff sentences for the s.mple crim.!?0
intense interest in Israel and Zionismr r, '
analysis and exoneration of Radio Free v
of America, both of which suffered ilZ?
damage in the aftermath of the otrishuT^
RFE, in particular, was accused t m
of encouraging "the people to take up arm"!.
promises that help would reach them sou' ?!*\
the resistance with wanton loss ,iv ... ^M
fsts, of course, made enormous 7rist frnff !M
mill. The conclusions drawn by the Jlli
United Nations committee on the Hungarian '
d.c.te that "the revolt was a spont,SsV
ing. due to long-standing grievances S."t
and tapes of RFE and VOA broadcasts \JV
the clear. Most of the refugees, however ,,
United States could have done more
And many Americans feel that at least M
taken more refugees in. "As offers of sanctum
to pour into ICEM from countries large and t
Uncle Sam's unraised hand became even sud
uous." Bursten details the slow raising of M
be points his own finger at the villain w
bigoted, racist immigration policy. Some
garians fled; we accepted about 38.000 I
33.500. Israel took, percentage wise, five tinrniT
did the United States; Canada's percental rT,
ten times ours. '
Bursten's plea, if it can be put into so main
that we be ready next time that we always ben
deal with what is "an international problem aali
sibility" those who escape from fear.
ELM AHf! SALPETER -
He Just Ate too
AS NASSER'S DIGESTIVE difficulties with:
* came obvious, it was possible to predict withi
mathematical certainty that pretty soon there all
new trouble on the Israel-Syrian border.
Syria is the most restless, politician and Araji
of all Arab countries. Any self-respecting Smu (,
of the rank of lieutenant colonel or higher prefenl
gage in politics instead of military affairs and i
ly the behavior of the military closely reflects I
rivalries of various Army cliques. One ol the u
of such inter officer warfare is an outburst ol
the Israel bordor.
The direct causes differ. Sometimes the
stirred up by the ruling junta to force the on
retreat in the face of the "danger from the Zionist
sometimes the officers in disfavor are releMtedt
regions where they stir up incidents to make I
their colleagues at the helm in Damascus. Audi
the shooting is a reflection of overall tessanoYt
Army, or eJsa simply initiated by low-rankiafi
the spot who exploit the general slackening si<
The Egyptian dictator, in annexi
fully nware that the re'.less .*>
0M of his groat headaches. When Nasser hurra
to Dj after the V
dismantling the oificers' cl.<. --'
'- crowds in the '
Nasser, who modestly con 'o the I
Saladin, more intelligent Rjri to
thoughts about the "jiloriojs b< J
bvciBfl,
toast, that Syria was ben ,d by Jii
the status of a secondrate provinci lb* m'"tri
iticians who during Syria's kadepend nee w-'reWfl
ing their conscience in the sc.ii iptian. I
Saudi briberies freely flowing in D^ascus, suds
covered that the value of their friendship nis
most distressingly. Services asked tor bril
unpleasantly dangerous and their public ;
has reached rock-bottom.
SAUL CARSON
The Child Has Now Grown to Full Adulthood
T tara,c umyii-u* United Nations
IT WAS MIDNIGHT. Tel Aviv time, when the word reach-
ed the tense crowd jamming Mograby Square The
Jai\V m l*V JThe eveot: th* United Nations Gen
to I i^^yKh".d.'dOP,ed a rM0,u,,on 8,vin* recognition
i v ,.lh'.n,t*d yea" eariier' in Balfour Declara-
a JewishVJ;: U?V?* in f'VOr ,he bli.hment of
talk Tta I '" f a,r ,ne- No ,on*er was there vague
nat^n^ h k. meland Now the cre,ion sovereign
How ha^" "P,TVed by ,he "fn.ation.1 community
day i li" f"red 'l the Uni,ed Nal,ons sin that
theB^t.s^n^"8 ^ Britain Pu,,ed of Palestine. A.
V,t g. T dOW" at Government House, a Jew-
ish State was already in existence. It took almost another
year un, May 1949, Mon ^ ^XftJE^
United Nations. But it waa-admitted Moshe Sharett took
to the po Hum in the Assembly Chamber at Flushing Mea-
dow and delivered Israel's maiden speech. For the first
time in the world organisation, the Hebrew language was
heard. Sharett finahed hi. speech by quoting from
Isaiah's prophecy: "Nation shall not lift up ?*d
nation." In the words of the ancient prophet, i
representative pledged the hope that there sw
no more. ^^j fl|
Unfortunately, the Prophet was not new--
has been war. There has been war by buiw-jjl
ballot. There has been hot war on Israel s nw |
has been war in the Sinai, carried nere J"-,
taliation and in defense: there has been cow
here in Council chambers and in the As-semw
And yettodayten years after-Israel is "
than it ever was. kC
Those were, in a sense, honeymoon days. i
and in the four years or so that foil '"f" ^M
expected that the Sovet Union would comw
Israel in UN resolutions .ljj- is
-and its position circa 1949 or l9^-,tsna_W|
years, Israel was treated like a ch.ld tn *m
now it is considered an adult, a ma;ure ^jM
take care of itself. And such an *""u"'t!ut i.-rsd
years, underscores the genuine ivspeci
earned among the nations.


May 9. 1958
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UAHC Plans Spring Banquet Sunday;
Rabbi Perilman to be Guest Speaker
\ABBI NATHAN PIM1MAN
The Union of American Hebrew
Congregations, South Florida
Council, will hold its second annual
spring banquet Sunday evening at
the Dupont Tarleton hotel. Dele-
Elates of Reform and Liberal con-
gregations south of West Palm
Beach will attend to participate in
a program featuring an address by
Rabbi Nathan A. Perilman, of
Temple Emanu-El, New York City,
who has just returned from a
worldwide tour. Rabbi Perilman, a
past president of the Assn. of Re-
form Rabbis of New York City,
will compare religion in America
with religion in other lands. Mas-
ial Work Careers Get Support
Unique JWB Study Arrangement
men and women in the
|can prepare for social work
in Jewish Community
and Youn&i Men's Hebrew
on scholarship and work-
[plans, Frank F i e r m a n,
rn regional representative
|e National Jewish Welfare
announced this week.
is the national association
IAs and Jewish Community
throughout the United
er the work-study arranga-
stvdents can attend a
of social work at an ac-
Icd university and do paid
ork at a Center or YMHA
same time. During the
rear, Jewish Community
rs throughout tha country
close to $100,000 on such
kstudy grants.
Religious Services
In a d d i t i o n to the work-study
plans, scholarship grants totaUing
between $35,000 and $60,000 are al-
so sponsored by Centers and JWB
Sections for graduate professional
social work education. Scholar-
ships up to $1,800 a year and work-
study plans which provide approx-
imately the equivalent of a
beginner Center worker's salary
are now available, Frieman said.
Workers engaged in social group
work in a Jewish Community Cen-
ter plan and conduct activities for
youth, adults, o Id e r adults and
community groups.
Local residents also qualify for
scholarships in other parts of the
country. Information is available
at the Bureau of Personnel and
Training. National Jewish Welfare
Board, 145 East 32nd St., New
York 16, N. Y.
ter of ceremonies will be Miami
Beach Mayor Kenneth Oka.
Miami realtor Hanry E. Wolff,
president of the South Florida
group, said Wednesday that the
program will include a report on
the interfaith work of the Union
of American Hebrew Congrega-
tions by Dr. Joseph R. Narot, of
Temple Israel of Greater Miami
and president of the local Rab-
binical Assn.
Miami Beach attorney Albert L.
Rosen, president of Temple Israel
Brotherhood affiliate of the Union
of American Hebrew Congrega-
tions, will report on a study retreat
sponsored by his group at Grey-
hound Key last weekend. Samuel
Levenson. president of Temple Is-
rael of Greater Miami and national
vice chairman of the combined:
campaign of UAHC. will report on
the status of the campaign, which
supports the Hebrew Union College
Jewish Institue of Religion, He-
brew Union School of Sacred Mus-
ic, and the UAHC.
Others who will report are Ralph
Spero, vice president; Nathan
Winokur. secretary; and Rabbi
Leon Kronish. of Temple Beth
Sholom, Miami Beach. Invocation
will be by Rabbi Morris A. Skop.
of Temple Judea. Coral Gables.
Benediction will be by Rabbi Ben-
no Wallach, of Temple Sinai, N.
Miami. Rabbi Herbert M. Baum-
gard, of the South Dade Jewish
Center, is director of the South
Florida Council.
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'Youth Month1
At North Dade
May has been designated as
"Youth Month" at (he North Dade
Jewish Center, with the students of
the Popiel Sunday school inaugura-
ting activities at Friday evening
services.
On May 23, the Center's confirm-
ation class of 1958 will participate
in the evening service and sponsor
the Oneg Shabbat following it.
Services on Friday, May 30. will
be devoted to the Bar Mitzvah
class of the past school year. Stu-
dents will lead the service and
receive their Bar Mitzvah certifi-
cates.
On June 6, Baccalaureate ser-
vices will conclude "Youth Month"
activities. Graduates of the North
Miami Senior High School will be
honored and presented with ap-
propriate tokens of recognition on
the occasion of their graduation.
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle v
Orthodox. Rabbi liaic Ever.
Friday 6:45 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.
.s.i nioii: "How Shall We Measure a
IVisipii's Merita in l.ilV? Bar Mitz-
viiii: Nell Brace, son of Mr. and lira
Alex Harwoocl.
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ANSHE EMES. 2535 W 19th eve. Can
tor Morris Zimmerman.
a
BETH DAVID. 2628 SW 3rd ave. Con-
servative. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg.
Cantor William W. Lipion
Friday B:16 p.m. Hermoli: 'T Remem-
ber Mama." Service In honor of
Moth, i> Day. Saturday 9 a.m. Bar
Mitzvah: Hairy, eon of Mr. and Mrs.
Aaron Ellen; Steven, Bon of Mr. and
.Mi> Nathan Galnes.
a
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave. Orthodox.
a
BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave.
Coniervative. Rabbi David W. Her-
on. Cantor Hyman Fain.
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BETH ISRAEL. 4400 Prairie ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi H. Leuit Rottman.
Friday :35 p.m. Baturday 8:4.', a.m.
Sermon; 'Weekly Portion."
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BETH JACOB. 801-311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
Friday :jn p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.
liar Mitzvah: Robert, non of Mr. and
Mia Jaefc l-.Mine. Sermon: "Mother-
hood Creates Mrotherhemd."
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BETH RAPHAEL. 13 NW 3rd ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Arie Seeker.
Friday 8.30 p.m. Saturday V30 a.m.
sermon: "The Impregnable Rooks."
- a
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
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OADB HEIGHTS JEWISH CENTER.
18189 NW 2nd ave. Conservative
Rabbi Nathan H. Zwitman.
Friday SI", pin Sermon: 'The Bon-
fiies o! I,an B'Omer: Herofam of
Sinn.in liar Kin-hha."
a
FLAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW 51st pi.
Conservative. Rabbi Murray A.
Aistet.
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HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th st.
Orthoilox. Rabbi Alexander Gross.
Friday 6 p.m. Baturday I a.m. Bel -
uioii: 'Kabul Akha ana the Romans."
CANDUUGHTING TIME
19 Iyar 6:40 p.m.
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Club Installation
Friday Evening
Henry Pearlstein will be install-
ed president of the Senior Social
Club of Temple Zion during late
Friday evening services.
Others to be installed by Rabbi
Alfred Waxman are Philip Weiner.
vice president; Mrs. Max Rosen-
thai treasurer; Mrs. Jean Mints,
recording secretary; and Mrs.
Maurice Miller, corresponding sec-
retary.
The club will present a set of
ToTah silver ornaments during the
ceremonies.
BAR MITZVA INSTRUCTION
IN YOUR HOME
Simplified laty Mettiea. Gtwronteed
Results in skartett possible time by
Teacher with asaeiy years experi-
ence, having prepared mere than
125 boys Mrwaily in ene ef the
largest Conservative cengregations
in the North, where he hod been
employed far U years, for iafer-
mation please
cairfir3-6XT9
h(u* IrWm materitl hi voed'aed Ed$y Hebrew, ofi dso nuUeriai for
ivanced students tiuty be obtained tbtomgb jomr local Hebrew
Vgamzmiion or by writing to: Brit Ivrit Olamit, P.OM. 7111,
tusaiem, Israel.
PiaUithed by Brit Writ Olamit
Rabbi Dr. Tibor H. Stern
311 Washington Ave., M. B.
Phones: Jl t-2203 JE 1-lftl
HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS. ?51 Fla-
mingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Leo
Hem.
a
ISRAELITE CENTER. 31?8 SW 24th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky.
Friday ti:4u p.m. Baturday
Bar Mltsvah: Howard J.. Son of Mi
and Mrs. Emanuel Masratn.
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KNESETH ISRAEL. 141S Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
Friday 6:J0 p.m. Saturday ^'V a.m.
Sermon: "A Kingdom ,.f Prteata.
a
MIAMI HEBREW CONORE8ATION
1101 SW 12th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Simon Aeril. Cantor Berela Kalemer.
Friday 6:30 p.m. Saturday S:3U a.m.
Sermon: "Priwthood in Israel."
a
MONTICELLO PARK. 1S4th at. and
NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Friday S p.m. t-'ervloe dedicated to
grandmothers of Sisterhood in honor
of Mother's Day. tiuest snMsker:
Mrs. E. (Srumet. Snhjert: "Women
Today." OneK Shahtnt hosts: Mr. anil
Mrs. Jerry Cavell In honor of their
two visiting daughters. Saturday S
.m. Far Mltsvah: Michael, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Sidney Bchwarta.
a
NORTH DADE CENTER. 13830 W.
Dixie hvy. Conservative. Rabbi
Henry Okolica. Cantor Maurice Nau.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: 'Mothei'.-
Day."
a
NORTH SHORE CENTSR. (20 7Mh
St. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein
FHnnv s:i i p m. ilPi'irMSfl: ".hidye of
Truth." Has Mltavsh: Kllen. daughter
of .Mr. nod Mrs. Soi We..-.-. Baturdaj
8:46 a.m. I!ar Mitzvah: Harold, son
of Mrs. Frieda Klein and Mr. IUvil
Klein; Jay, son of Mi. and Mrs. Sidney
Weinsteln.
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SOUTH DADE JEWISH CENTER
Room 315. Merrick bldg., U. of M.
campus. Reform. Rabbi Herbert M.
Baumgerd.
Friday 8:16 p.m. Ouest speiker: Rev.
Ralph Huston, minister of First Meth-
Odlst rhurcli of S Miami Sermon:
"What a Modern Christian lielleves."
a
SOUTHWC8T JEWISH CENTBR. *$
SW 8th st. Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham Levitan.
Friday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "The Holi-
ness of the Jew." Saturday a.m.
Bar Mltsvah: William Herl. Sermon:
"The Place of the Priest In Jewish
Law."
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
ave.' Liberal. RaVbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviser.
Friday S:l", p.m. Sermon: "The Tenth
Anniversary of Israel." (Ninth III a
series.) Saturday I0:4o n.m. BerVl
dedicated to Mother's lo B" Mlts-
vah: Norms Marjorle, daughter of
Mrs. Beatrice Kiaus Bchuiia; Bar
Mitzvah, Elliot, son of Ml. and Mrs.
Louis Teplltz.
a
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing.
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Israel Reich.
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TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 137 NE 19th st. Reform. Rabbi
Joseph Narot. Cantor Jacob Born-
stein.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Flvo
Scrolls of Sacred Stiiitures with His-
torical, Religious and Literary Inter-
pretations." Sermon to be delivered
jointly in words and music, with Can-
tor lEornstein and choir. Included are
Song of Songs, Ruth, l.aineiiiations.
Eccieslsstes, and Esther.
a
TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave.
Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skop. Canter
Herman Oottlisb.
Fi ida> 1:18 p.m. Servl'-e dedicated to
Family Night In honor of Mother's
Day. Ouest speaker: I>r. Jack Kap-
chan, assistant professor of naycbol-
oe.3 t L'nlverslty of Miami. Subject:
"As the Twig Is Bent Achieving;
Emotional Maturity." Saturday J:45
a.m. Bar Mitzvah: Alan Michael, son
of Mr, and Mrs Btdney Blumenfeld.'
a
TEMPLE NER TAMID. (Being erect-
ed at 80th st. and Tatum Waterway.)
Modern Traditional.
Friday 8:15 p.m. at Surfslde Town
Hall. Cues! spiritual leader: Rabbi
Kamuel Cohen. Sermon: "Can We
I Complacent?" Guest cantor:
Emanuel Bergman.
a
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
131st st. and NE 6th ave. Reform.
Rabbi B-nno M. Wallach.
Friday 8:15 p.m. at Carpenter's Hall,
ttS nk Itftt st. Boclo-dlscusalon:
'riie I'lu,, Sons." Participants: Dr.
J. A. Uretnhouse, Carl l.ipton, Arnold
Stern.
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TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St. Con.
servativa. Rabbi Alfred Waxman.

TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Abraham
Herson. Cantor Albert Giants.
Friday 8:30 p.m. sermon: "Mothers
Past and Present." Saturday 9 a.m.
Sermon: "How Thirsty are We for
Knowledge?"
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ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44 Za<
mora ave. Conservative. Rabbi B.
Leon Hurwitz. Cantor Rudolph Brill,
Friday 8:15 p.m. Annual l-Mucatloi)
Sabbath. Sermon: "The Maxims
the Fathers." Saturday 8:30 am.
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Greenberg Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late
KATE W. MltMEKG
formerly of 7200 Bay Drive,
Normandy Isle,
. trill take place
Sunday, May 11th, at 1:38 a.m.,
at (he Crreenberg Family Plot of
Ml. Nrbo C uilh Rabbi
Leon Kronish and Rabbi S. M.
Machtri officidtinj!.
Mrs. Grccnberp. is survived by
her husband. I. C. Greenbcrp: a
son, Charles H. Grccnberp,, and
two grandchildren.
Friends and Relatives
Are As^ed to Attend.
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Israeli Police, Commies in Clash
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later, Emil Habibt. Arab Com-
munist deputy, arrived and be-
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window. As he completed hit
ddress, hail of rocks fell on
the police, who promptly charged
and dispersed the crowd.
Meanwhile, a Mapai parade
swung down the street, and its rear
was stoned by Communist Arabs.
A few Mapai paraders were hurt,
including one Arab boy who suffer-
,ed a broken leg and was hospital-

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by, a youth orchestra of Tel Yoeef
was stoned by Arab boys, but ap-
parently without injury.
The Mapam refused to join the
Mapai parade although it was of-
fered an opportunity to carry ban-
ners denouncing military govern-
ment in Arab areas. The Com-
munists spurned an offer to march
with the Histadrut contingent. A
representative of the American
consulate photographed the demon-
strations and the riots in front of
CoftimunrsT headtmalters.
Meanwhile, an Israeli police in-
spector was severely injured Sun-
day and 17 others were hurt, when
Arab Communists at a meeting in
the village of Umel Fahem, on the
Jordanian border in the Samaria
district, rioted. The police had
been attempting to break up a
meeting called to protest "police
brutality" in Nazareth.
Receiving advance information
that the Communists had scheduled
a mass protest meeting in the vil-
lage, the authorities warned the
villagers, who are still under mili-
tary governorship, that the meet-
ing was illegal.
However. Tewfik Toubi, Arab
Communist Knesset deputy, began
to address the meeting, violently
berating the Israel government.
The police informed the deputy,
who on Thursday had been escort-
ed out of Nazareth, to come off the
platform. He refused, and the
crowd began to stone the police-
men.
Police reinforcements soon ar-
rived and dispersed the crowd.
They then marched Toubi out of
the village. Thirty-three were ar-
rested. Meanwhile, Communist
leaders have demanded a discus-
sion in Knesset of the incidents in
Nazareth, which they characterize
as "murderous police behavior and
an attack on the people of Naz-
areth."
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The Algiers hotel Scheherazade room was the
site within days of two intimate luncheons .
A brunch, actually, was the first given on the
29th by Mrs. Sol H. Rapkin, of 165 S. Shore dr.,
and Mrs. Max Kenner, 1158 Marseilles dr., for
many of their friends .
The tables were decorated with yellow glad-
jd forest green gilded candles in tall silver candelabra. The
Is meet every year for an "end of the season" party before de-
for their summer cabanas. All are residents of Miami
'liilc Mrs. Louis A. (Nina) Harris, 1385 Marseilles dr., enter-
at a luncheon dh the 3rd for 20 of her friends. The color
(e of the beautifully decorated tables was in red and blue.
fenter residents Dr. and Mrs. William Spielberg, of 1519 Rob-
oral Gables, are already making plans to attend the fourth
la I assembly of the Israel Medical Assn. He will represent
tw York branch of the association .
he couple leave New York July 3 on the SS Caronia for a trek
Jh Iceland, Norway, Sweden and a "side trip" to Russia .
t. Spielberg made a similar trip 20 years ago, and can't wait
loff to talk to the man on the streetespecially in the USSR,
i>h he knows it will be pretty much a one-sided conversa-
liere .
, and Mrs. Spielberg arrive in Israel Aug. 10 for the open-
the Congress, which lasts until Aug. 25, with sessions in
J Tel Aviv and Jerusalem .
[cidentally, the couple have been going steadily to Israel
j the past eight summers, where Dr. Spielberg established a
[of music at Kibbutz Beit Alpha. He will also do, as has be-
his custom, some exhibition plastic surgery reconstruction at
[Hospital near the Jordanian border .
inters. Dr. Spielberg plays first violin in the fourth stand
be University of Miami Symphony Orchestra. His New York
\eeps going with rare visits from him to attend to the more
surgery cases.
p Leo Robinsons will have a cocktail party and reception at
.430 Pine Tree dr. home for new members of the Greater
[chapter of the American Jewish Committee May 18 .
, is immediate past president of the chapter, currently
lint of Florida's Yeshiva University chapter .
bat with these and other activities, the financier may well
he party as a social occasion during which to relaxalong
[any of AJCommittee's delegates to the 51st annual meeting
Organization last week in New York City, who returned tuck-
by the stimulating sessions .
tktails and chitchat will be the order of the day, along with
Report on highlights of the national meeting by Col. Nathan
ding up the hostess committee at the forthcoming annual
of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation June 1 will be
Samuel Simonhoff, president of Federation's Women's
^dentally, Lillian and husband Sam's last trip abroad was
jid opportunity for the women's leader to add to her grow-
lection of art objects .
. seems to run in the family. Daughter Mrs. Philip ((Elaine)
tin, whose oil paintings are becoming increasingly known
|e environs, currently has several pictures hanging in an
ve NE 40th St., furniture design salon.
Bt-carding it from Hot Springs, Ark., are Martha and Stan-
Jers and the Isadore Hechts .
in't say this rest and relaxation is hard to take," Martha
|ing to friends. The foursome expect to be back by the
t>m Dr. Irving Lehrman and wife Belle, more correspond-
ostmarked Jerusalem. A beautiful, soul-stirring photograph
shows the tomb of Theodor Herzl .
= Lehrmans, who will be honored with Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Ind on their return at a Temple Emanu-El reception here
feek, report to friends: "Our trip has proven a most stimula-
kperience. The change in Israel in the past four years is
kvable."
.thdaze: Born to Rabbi Arie Becker and wife Rita, their
[uld, Alan Lee, May 2 at Mt. Sinai Hospital .
.eat-grandmother is Mrs. Esther Shorstein, 1604 Meridian
father is spiritual leader of Beth Raphael Congregation .
.o: A daughter for Ruth and Arnold Greenfield, of Palm
who arrived Tuesday. She joins her three brothers.
\. and Mrs* A. Harry* Schuldiner, of 1018 Meridian ave. will
Vts of honor at a dinner party celebrating their 25th wedding
fsary May 18 at Chary's restaurant .
be Schuldiners, residents here for the past 12 years, are
ptive in many civic and philanthropic organizations .
nong the 50 guests planning to attend the silver wedding
Will be their son, Mark, and Mrs. Schuldiner s parents, Mr.
is. Joseph Epstein, also long-time residents of Miami Beach.
[surprise party Saturday night honored Phyllis Silvers at the
pf her friend, Mary Ann Kaufman. 2921 N. Meridian ...
pne 15 damoiselles turned out to honor the daughter of Mr
fs Charles Silvers, 8500 N. Bay rd., on the occas.on of her
thday. Phyllis is a Miami Beach High junior.
Ifteen mojpets*sang* "Happy Birthday!" to Natalie Paula
fat a party Tuesday at the Coconut Grove homo of her par-
jlillicent and Martin Spilka ...
Jccasion was Natalie's tenth birthday whose birth ten
fago to the day, May 6, was announced in these columns.
*tes on the*Run:*Beac*h realtor Jordan Davidson gave a lawn
feue party Saturday evening at his Bay Harbor Islands home
Eddie Rosenbaum is back at his Venetian "s,cs Village home
Kg an libra at St. Francis Hospital Martha Nejam
5s back in Mexico after attending last rites for her father
ami .
ifcJ^viv^UBojpidljiaun
Miami, Florida, Friday, May 9, 1958
Section B
Lorber Officers
To be Installed
Lorber chapter, Jewish National
Home for Asthmatic Children at
Denver, will hold its a'nnual instal-
lation luncheon Tuesday noon at
Miami Springs Villas.
The following officers are to be
installed: the Mesdames J. William
Baros, Jr., president; Lee Poliner,
Harold Goldstein, Eugene Heiman,
vice presidents; Leonard Wollman,
recording secretary; Don Tilzer
and Sanford Freed, corresponding
secretaries; Leonard Deutsch, fi-
nancial secretary; Robert Smith,
treasurer; and Herman Alexander,
auditor.
The following board members
are also to be installed: the Mes-
dames Eli Argintar, Jack Baum,
Fred Diamond, Bernard Fow, Gar-
vin Kleber, Charles Greenberg,
Morgan Levy, Mel Michaels, Ger-
ald Rosen and Joseph Solomon.
Mrs. Jacob Sher (right) receives bouquet of roses from Mrs.
Anna Brenner Meyers, chairman of Israel Bonds Women's
Division here, at bond function last week in Fontainebleau
hotel. Mrs. Sher's husband retired as chairman of Greater
Miami Committee for State of Israel Bonds after four success-
ful years in post. Mrs. Meyers is recent recipient of "Out-
standing Woman of Year" title for 1957.
Westview Country Club Members Meet;
Serbin in Second Term as President
Sunday evening was the date
chosen for the annual meeting of
the general membership of West-
view Country Club at the clubhouse
at 2601 NW 119th St.
John Serbin was presented to the
membership as the newly-elected
president, serving his second year
in that capacity.
Other newly-elected officers are
Dr. Albert E. Rosenthal and Ferd
Meyer, vice presidents; Laurence
S. Levenson, secretary; and How-
ell Kase, treasurer.
Sidney Meyer was elected a s
chairman of the board of directors.
Newly elected members of the
board include Dr. Max Pepper. Dr.
Harold Rand, Bernard Wagner,
Sam Coolik and Stuart Gordon.
Dr. Albert E. Rosenthal was pre-
sented with a plaque in recogni-
tion of his "extraordinary services
to Westview Country Club" for the
years 1957 and 1958.
Mrs. Sam Belsky was install-
ed Saturday for her second
term as president of North
Shore Jewish Center Sister-
hood. Ceremonies also in-
cluded joint installation of
congregation, M e n's Club
and PTA officers at Deauville
hotel. Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
witz officiated.
Membership Coffee Slated
Membership coffee sponsored by
the Greater Miami chapter. Na-
tional Nephrosis Foundation, will
be held at the home of Mrs. Stan-
Icy Adler, 1209 Andora ave., Coral
Gables, Thursday, 1 p.m. Mrs. Hen-
ry Green, of Coral Gables, is pres-
ident and Mrs. Murray L. Ashmann
and Mrs. Robert Yolken are co-
chairmen of the membership com-
mittee.
How's Your Hearing?
In connection with "National
Hearing Month," a talk will be
presented by Dr. Jack Ehrenreich,
representing the Dade County Med-
ical Assn., Monday evening at the
Ocean Front Auditorium. Dr. Eh-
renreich will speak
Your Hearing?"
on "How's
Luncheon Site
Of Installation
Miami chapter of National Chil-
dren's Cardiac Hospital will hold
a luncheon and card party Tues-
day 11 a.m., at Melvin Cohen Hall,
4250 W. Flagler st. Incomine offi-
cers and board members will be
honored.
These include the Mesdames
William Weintraub. president; H.
Bendell. Marvin Goldman, Max
Blank and Bernard Litt, vice pres-
idents.
The Mesdames Edward Freed,
recording secretary; George Hoff-
man. corresponding secretary;
Jennie Levinson. treasurer; Sidney
Fertig. financial secretary; Jos-
eph Sokolow, honorary chaplain;
Harold Cohen, chaplain; Harry
Hacker, parliamentarian; Ray Ro-
senthal. historian; and Jan Jacobs,
auditor.
Board of directors include the
Mesdames Martin Rubinstein. Bob
Cohen. Louis Wolf. Leo Sobel
Bunny Freed, Lena Shilds. Fred
Brown and Louis Kroll.
Brandeis Women
Pick Mrs. Schwartz
Members of the Greater Miami
chapter, Brandeis University Na-
tional Women's Committee, will
gather at the annual spring instal-
lation luncheon Friday noon, May
16, in the Granada room of the
Barcelona hotel.
Mrs. Sidney M. Schwartz will be
installed as president by Mrs. Har-
old Turk in a colorful ceremony
written especially for the occasion
by Mrs. Emanuel Goldstritch. The
installation theme will highlight
the tenth anniversary year of the
university and of the Women's
Committee, according to Mrs. Solo-
mon B. Margolis, chairman of the
day. Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg. a
member of the national board, is
immediate past president of the
chapter.
Other officers to be installed in-
clude vice presidents, Mrs. Joseph
Duntov, Mrs. Harry Gordon, Mrs.
Albert Jacobs; treasurer, Mrs.
George Levenson; recording secre-
tary, Mrs. Max Stadler; corres-
ponding secretaries, Mrs. Harry
Orleans, Mrs. Saul Pohn; financial
secretaries. Mrs. William D. Ru-
benstein. Mrs. Alex Libow; auditor,
Mrs. Charles Ratner; chaplains,
Mrs. Mayer Abramowitz, Mrs.
Yaakov Rosenberg.
Over 100 chapters of the Bran-
deis University National Women's
Committee have been established
across the nation, with a total of
over 63,000 women who have un-
dertaken the complete support of
the university library through their
non-fund-raising organization.
Located on a 240-acre campus in
Waltham Mass., Brandeis Univer-
sity now numbers a student body
of over 1,000 in the undergraduate
school and over 150 graduate stu-
dents. Celebrating its tenth anni-
versary year, the university is
named for the late Supreme Court
Justice, Louis Dembitz Brandeis.
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65 Organizations Take Part in Qant
Israel Anniversary Celebration Here
Friday,
May |
Mrs. Ruth E. Foreman, veteran producer, drector and play-
wright of Pied Piper Playhouse. Miami Beach, is jubilant at
receiving first annual Muse Award as "Outstanding Producer
oi Children's Theatre." Ceremony was staged at Biscayne
Terrace hotel by Miami Theatre conference. Presenting scroll
is former Sen. Harry P. Cain (Rep.-Wash.) now a resident of
Miami.
South Dade Women Mark Mother's Day
Annual Mother's Da y luncheon
U1 be the closing event of the
year for the South Dude Jewish
Center Sisterhood at the Saxony
hotel Wednesday. 11:30 a.m.
Prizes and honors will be be-
stowed upon mothers and grand-
mothers, who will be special guests
of th<- day. Mrs Arnold Simon,
member of the board, will intro-
duce the four generations in her
family, represent-ed by great
grandmother, grandmother moth-
er and daughter, who will be pres-
ent.
An elaborate program of enter-
tainment has been planned, fea-
turing an original musical com-
edy My Cnair Lady.' with Sis-
terhood members Mrs. Jack Dia-
I mond. Mrs. Lee Braun Mrs. Bern-
|ard Lash. Mrs. Sidney Schreer.
and Mrs. Paul Low.
Direction is under Mrs. Irving'
Wolf, who was formerly with the
Broadway productions of "Best
Foot Forward" and "On Ine
' Town."'
Newly elected officers will be in-
stalled. Mrs. A. B. Wiener is pres-
ident. Mrs. Lewis Gillis. vice pre*
I ident. is chairman of the affair
I Proceeds w 111 be contributed to
I the building fund of South Dade
Jewish Center, which is now un-
tder construction on No. Kendall
!dr.
A capacity crows of more than
2.SO0 was enpected to participate
In Greater Miami's community-
wide celebration of Israels tenth
anriversary at Bayfront Park Aud-
' itorium Thursday night.
With more than 05 organiiations
taking part in the gifantie salute
to Israel under auspices of the
Greater Miami Committee for Is-
rael's Tenth Anniversary Celebra-
tion, chairman Stanley C. Myers
*aid* that "this tribute underscores
the community of interests which
unite our great democracy with
that of the State of Israel. We are
gathering to pay tribute to Israel
not only as a democratic force in
the Midle East, but to emphasize
the need for seeking peace and
development for that entire area."
Guest speakers were I* be the
Hen. Octavie L. MaMes, envoy
to the United States from rho
Philippine Republic, and the
Hon. Gideon SSajuy, first consul
of Israel ba Now York.
An unusual feature of the pro-
gram was to be the presentation
of an original musical revue. "Song
of Israel," composed and directed
by Mrs. A. Arthur Pekelner.
The cast of 30 performers in-
cludes soloists Joyce Farber and
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Joseph Pardo, and the Miami Ha-
'dassah Choral Group and dancers
! from B'nai Brith Youth Organiia-
tions. Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink,
program chairman, was to be nar-
rator.
Members of the Hadaosah Choral
Group who were to appoar in the
"Song of Israel" are the Mesdames
Harry Paul. Jacob Kaplan, Abra-
ham Topol. Morris L*ure*i. Har-
old B. Klite. Henry N. Sohwartz-
man. Lou Goldman. Martin >'eia-
m a n, Benjamin Issenberg. B. J.
Wayne, Louis Falk, Milton Katz.
Samuel Loff. Harold Cohen and
Mrs. Frances Baron. Stage direc-
tor is Mrs. Homer Rievman.
The Cantor's Assn. of Greater
Miami was to participate in the I
program with a musical salute
to Israel in a spiritual vein.
Chairman of arrangements was
Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakrais. Chairman
of the executive committee of the
Greater Miami Committee for Is-
rael's Tenth Anniversary Celebra-
tion is A. Arthur Pekelner.
Ihe city-wide celebration was to
highlight a series of events cele-
brating Israel's tenth year of state-
hood under auspices of the Greater
Miami Committee.
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Fnedenbere, histori:*Ll
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Dade County Board of rsj,']
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,hulman
of Staff
krence Shulman has been
lef of the Staff Branch ol
B's Army Corps School at
Jlan, Ala. Maj. Shulman
PRhter of Benjamin Shul-
i SW 36th ft, Miami.
I veteran of over 15 years
lc. She was awarded the
nmendation Ribbon fol-
pmplction of her assign-
administrative supply of-
he European Theater of
Maj. Shulman returned
after three years of
fo-kahama, Japan. She has
agree in education from
{Francisco State College,
received in 1958 on a
rmy assignment.
Jition to the Army Corn-
Ribbon, her awards in-
LC Service Medal, Euro-
lean-Middle East Cam-
pbon, Army of Occupation
(and Japan Ribbon, World
nd National Defense Ser-
Eighth Term for
Mrs. Silverman
On Thursday noon, May 15, in
the Rubaiyat room of the Algiers
hotel, the Greater Miami Woman's
Auxiliary of the Jewish Home for
the Aged will conclude its season
of activities with an installation
luncheon.
This is one of the major affairs
of the organization in celebration
of "Bar M i t z v a h Year" of the
Home and a special tribute to its
president Mrs. Sol Silverman. who
assumes her post for the eighth
consecutive time.
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers.
"Outstanding Woman of Dade
County" in 1957, will give the in-
vocation. D r Benjamin Rosen-
berg, executive director of the
Grater Miami Jewish Federation,
will install the officers and board
of directors.
Along with Mrs. Silverman, the
following will assume their posts:
The Mesdames Benjamin Appel,
honorary president; David Phil-
lips, Trudy Hamerschlag, Louis
Makovsky. Jack Udell, Morris Bor-
isken. Tobias Sussman, vice presi-
dents; Max Greenberg, Herman
Jacobs. Baron de Hirach Meyer.
Irvinp Brankel, honorary vice
presidents.
The Mesdames Frances Entine,
financial secretary; Benjamin
Hammerman, recording secretary,
Nate E. Katz. corresponding sec-
retary; Manuel Tanenbaum, busi-
ness secretary; Morris Kriegel,
treasurer; Moses Krieger, parlia-
mentarian; and Nathan Feika.
auditor.
Trustees are the Mesdames An-
na Kaplan, Morris Dubler, Isidore
Oohen, and Nathan Nash.
Mrs. Louis Makovsky is program
Mr. and Mrs. William Kneap-
ler, 545 Vilabella ave.. Coral
Gables, are pictured last
weekend in Nassau, Baham-
as, enjoying tropical sun-
shine at Emsrald Beach
hotel. ________________
DPhiE Alumnae
Slate Installation
Mrs. Ernest Harris will be in
stalled president of the Greater Mi-
ami Alumnae Assn. of Delta Phi
mi. upuu .,..-., r--,---:- Epsilon Saturday noon, May 17, at
chairman. Scheduled is B e r n i e tne Biscayne Terrace hotel.
..-------. j hi. MaHomni- Also lo be installed are the Mes-
Pioneer Women
In Varied Affairs
Greater Miami Council of Pio-
neer Women will honor the tenth
anniversary of Israel with a cof-
fee and dessert in the Algiers ho-
tel May 20.
The program will depict ten
years of Pioneer Women in Israel.
Mrs. Leo Goldman, cultural
chairman, is in cBarge of'(he pro-
gram.
Pioneer Women Club I will honor
mothers with a coffee and dffSeTT
at its annual Mothers Day celebra-
tion Thursday evening, May 15, in
Kneseth Israel Auditorium.
Mrs. Henry Seitlin is chairman.
A program of Israeli songs Is plan-
ned with a Yiddish reading by
Rose Yelson.
The club honored two of its key
members at a farewell party Tues-
day at the Raleigh hotel. Honored
members were Mrs. Philip Kunin,
who is leaving for her summer
home in the White Mountains, and
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Feldman, who
will leave for Israel.
The Golda Meir Club will hold
its next regular meeting Tuesday
evening in the Israeli Center. Mrs.
Oscar Zeltzer is president. The
program will be dedicated to
Mother's Day. Mrs. Isaac Pushkin,
cultural chairman, is in charge of
the program.__________________
'This Could be You'
"Take off* on a supposed tele-
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You." was the theme of a Mother's
Day observance by Roosevelt
Temple 33, Pythian Sisters, Wed-
nesday evening at Dora August
Hall.
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sery, pre-kindcrgarten and kin-
dergarlen reading-readiness group
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NW 51st pi., next week from 9:30
a.m. to 12 p.m. daily.
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22nd st., Miami, has won the star-
ring part of Lola in the University
of Pennsylvania student production
this week of "Come Back Little
Sheba."
A graduate of Miami Senior High
School, Miss Rosenfeld is a junior
in the College for Women of the
University of Pennsylvania, where
she is majoring in English litera-
ture- ..!
Miss Rosenfeld is a member of
the Penn Players, a student dra-,
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Last summer, she worked with the
American Theater Wing in Dennis,
Mass.
While in high school in Miami,
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the National Thespian Society, the,
Drama Club, and the Anchor Club. ;
Religion and /Mental Health
Temple Israel spiritual leader
Dr. Joseph R. Narot will discuss
"Religion and Mental Health" at a
meeting of the Miami Beach
Lodge, B'nai B'rith, Tuesday noon
at the DiLido hotel.
dames Wilbur Wishner, first vice
president; Marvin Guberman, sec-
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recording secretary; Bernard
Sacks, corresponding secretary,
Jack Baum, treasurer; and Hyman
Merlin, good and welfare chair
man.
Board of directors are the Mes-
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Shapiro, William Baros, Gerald
Schainuck. Arthur Jackowitz.
Mrs. Sidney Weintraub will be
guest speaker. In charge of res-
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man, 8810 Dickens ave., and Miss
Maxine Bild, 4800 Pine Tree dr.
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Hkwi toll fiM^er if Hedassah
MMtfHRHcers in Varied Events
of Hadas-
isah will install Mrs. Morris Kogan
as president at a branch Monday
at tne Algiers Jaaacl.
Rabbi Morris Stop, of Teaaple
Judea. will be guest speaker and
installing officer. A musical pro-
gram will follow (be installation.

Urli group will install Mrs.
David Joseph as president at a
-Monday -ftFbucTi it 11:30"'it the
i Algiers hotel. Mrs. Dorothy Krei-
ger Kink is the installing officer
A musical program will follow the
installation.

ShaJoma group of lladassah will
in-1 all Mrs. Max J. Rothfeld as
president Monday noon at the
Carillon hole! Mrs. Milton Sirkin
Mrs. Frank Sraulson and Michael Sosain mail out first invita-
tion for joint installation of South Florida Council of B'nai B'rith
Lodges. They will be installed jointly as presidents of Women
and Men's Council at Barcelona hotel May 15.
Rabbi Abramowitz to Speak
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz of the
North Shore Jewish Center and
-resident of the Jewish National
Fund of Greater Miami will be the
guest speaker Saturday evening
at the Spinoza Outdoor Forum,
11th st. and Ocean ct. Rabbi Ab-
ramowitz will speak on "The Life
and Philosophy of Spinoza." A
question and answer period will
follow. Dr. Abraham Wolf son, di-
will
and di
the discussion period.
BB Women, Men
To install Officers
Installaion of officers of the
South Florida Council of B'nai
B'rith Lodges and chapters will be
held May 15 at the Barcelona hotel.
Michael Sossin will be installed
as president of the men's lodges.
Other officers are vice presidents.
Sol Rappaport. Nathan Glickman, .
Harry Schwartz. Jack Fink. Cole- rcftoJ of Spmo" Fon!mJ
man Meyers Frank B. Kershner; "lroduce ^ sPeaker *** d,r
recording secretary. Stanley Gold-
berg: treasurer and recording sec-
retary. Charles Setavitch.
Mrs. Frank H. SniuUon will be
installed as president of the wo-
men s chapters. Othvr officers are
vice presidents, Mas. Ida ptner,
Mrs. Lester Arkin. Mrs. Bernard
Broads. Mrs. Joe Newman: record-
ing secretary- Miss Minna Litman;
treasurer. Mrs. Murray Laxaru.-.
Roster secretary, Mrs. Ertward
Silberstein; sentinel, Mrs. Jack
Kirschbaum; historian, Mrs. Phil-
ReinHard; trustees. Mrs George i""*1 orf'"' 1 ^f^ ^
Baltuch. Mrs. David KaufmaTand '*""** wttl ^^ "* Innrheon.
Mrs. Gerald Soliz; parliamentar-! Sponsors are the Mesdames Har-
ian. Mrs. Herman Korenvaes. ry Fischer. John Strunin, Leo Gcl-
Chairman of the evening is Mrs.' van. Sol Fox, Joseph Newman and
George Baltuch. E. Albert Pallot Harold Kravitz. In charge of res-
will be installing officer. ervations is Mrs. Gene Alexander.
Mod Hatter's
Luncheon Slated
Sisterhood of the Hialeah-Miami
Springs Jewish Center will have
its regular monthly luncheon
Thursday. May 15. at the Center.
This will be a Mad Hatter's af-
fair, and guests will wear hats
depicting their husband's work.
Outstanding New
American cyea
A party benoring new Americans
will be held Monday evening at
Beth David Auditorium.
The party is under the auspices
of the Greater Miami Section, Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women,
whose Service to New Americans
assists immigrants here in integra-
ting into the community and be-
coming U.S. citizens.
Special highlight of the program
will be the announcement of the
Greater Miami area's outstanding
new American. Greater Miami
Section committee choosing the
candidate is under the chairman-
ship of Mrs. Peritz Scheinberg,
who will be in charge of the Mon-
day program.
Winner will compete on a nation-
wide basis with local winners in
communities across the nation.
Speakers will include Dr. H.
Franklin Williams, vice president
of the University of Miami; Rabbi
Yaakov Rosenberg, Beth David
spiritual leader; Rabbi Morris
Skop. Temple Judea spiritual lead-
er; and Mrs. Joel Belov, super-
visor of the Greater Miami Sec-
tion's English classes for foreign ff
born from 1941 to 1064.
is installing officer. A musical
program with Patsy Abbott will be
presented.

Hannah Samach rown will in-
stall Mrs. Joseph Keuver as pres-
ident at a brunch Monday at the
Shclbourne hotel.

Stephen S. Wise frown of Hadas-
*ah will install-Mrs? Nathan- Barth4-
as president at a dessert luncheon
Monday noon at the Crown hotel.
Mrs. Joseph Shapiro is installing
officer. A musical program will be
presented with Mrs. Nathan Perl-
mutter, accompanied by Mrs. Sel-
ma Glass.
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Zamora Jewish Center to Dedicate
Hew Name, Pesach Tikvah, to Catsmans
***

MKS. PHILIP CATSMAN
and Bess1 Adapted
tern Florida region o f
American OUT will hold
al "Honor Roll" luncheon
Carillon hotel on Wednes-
George Linden is chair-
le day. The program in-
adaptio* of "Porgy and
vith Mrs. Joseph Wilkes
Sanford Ziff singing the
roles. Production and
by Mrs. Joseph Sherbill
Nathan Davidd'w, president of
Zamora Jewish Center, announcen
Wednesday the congregation's
e of name to Temple Pesach
Tikvah. The change will be ded-
ic.-i'cd in honor of Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Catsman at a testimonial
dinner Sunday, May 18.
"When you consider that the
first settlement in Israel in 1848
was named 'Pesach Tikvah,' which
means 'Door of Hope,' it is espec-
ially -appropriate,'"since Mr. and
Mrs. Catsman have been the hopes
and inspiration of our Center for
ten years," Davidow said.
Th* congregation is currently
In the midst of a building cam-
paign to raise $150,000. Gerald
D. Yanks, campaign chairman,
declared Wednesday that ground-
breaking ceremoniet for the new
temple will take place July 4,
with Catsman, who was elected
last year as president emeritus,
taking part in th* ceremonies as
honorary chairmih of th* cam-
paign committee.
"The history of Philip Catsman
is a modern day Horatio Algier
story," Davidow said. "Born in
Russia of Orthodox parents, Cats-
man as a youth studied Torah from
dawn to dusk. In his teens he
worked in a small machine shop
in a Russian village.
"He later met Anna and on Sept.
27, 1901, they were married. On
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Mar. 28, 1907, he arrived in the
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It took him three years of hard
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at night to save enough money to
send for his wife and their three
children. Catsman then went into
his own business, selling coal from
his back yard in Flint, Mich.
"In 1913, he purchased a coal
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The couple have six children, in-
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ami; Samuel M. Catsman, who
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Beach; and David Catsman, a Mi-
ami Beach attorney.
Hold Membership Coffee
A membership coffee supervised
by the Greater Miami chapter.
National Nephrosis Foundation,
was held Wednesday at the home
of Mrs. Eugene Katz. 1524 Cecilia
ave., Coral Gables. Mrs. Henry
Green, of Coral Gables, is presi-
dent, and Mrs. Maurey L. Ash-
mann and Mrs. Robert Yolken are
cochairmen of the membership
committee.
UM Gallery Gets
Many Art Gifts
Art objects, valued at over M.fSOO
were given to the Joe and Emily
Lowe Art Gallery last week to
commemorate the fifth annivers-
ary of Dr. Jay F. W. Pearson's in-
auguration as president of the Uni-
versity of Miami.
Gallery director C. Clay Ald-
ridge made the presentation on
behalf of the donors at a UM
board of trustees luncheon Friday
honoring Dr. Pearson.
Gifts included a black pot with
relief decorations made by the
Chimu Indians, inhabitants of
th* north coast of Peru from
1QM to 1470 A.D., given by John
Wise, New York art dealer.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kaye, of
Golfers Reelect
Kovens President
Reelection of Cal Kovens. Mi-
ami Beach contractor and &olf en-
thusiast, as president of the Bay-
shore Golfers Club was announced
following this week's annual elec-
tion of officers.
New officers elected were Maur-
ice Orovitz, first vice president,
and Peggy r inkel, second vice
president. Murray M. Sheldon and
Mis. Leopold L. Schwartz were re-
elected treasurer and secretary,
respectively.
New three-ycar-term members
or the board ef^ctferrrers vt the
club are Arthur Stark. Morris Wes-
ton, Edla Siu\s and Martin Green-
baum.
Elected for a two-year term on
the board of governors was Si Le-
vine, replacing Maurice Orovitz.
Present members whose terms ex-
tend for the next two years are
Goldeanne Samurin, Mae Saigh,
and Lou Gold.
Board members with a one-year
term remaining are Edith Segal.
William Capland, Samuel Lovitt.
and Alexander Rubin.
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Freedman, Gordon Plan for June Ceremony
In the offing is a late June wed-1 late Emanuel Gordon,
ding for Miss Florence Freedman Miss Freedman came here from
and Mr. Ike Gordon. The couple's \ Cleveland 12 years ago. and is on
betrothal is announced here
The bride-elect is the daughter
of Mr. David Freedman and the
late Mrs. Bertha Freedman, of
Cleveland. O.
Mr. Gordon is the son of Mrs.
Adele Gordon, of Miami, and the
the staff of Miami Beach Mayor
Kenneth Oka and City Manager
Morris Lipp.
She is active in sports and a
music and ballet enthusiast.
University of Florida, with a BSBA
degree, and Eckels College of
Mortuary Science at Temple Uni-
versity. He is a member of Tau
Alpha chapter of Tau Epsilon Phi
fraternity.
He is a licenced funeral director
in partnership i"1 the Gordon
Funeral Home with his brother,
Mr. Gordon is a graduate of the Harry Gordon.
These. Girls Will Soon Change 'Miss'., fat. 'Mrs.' |
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tong. 747 New York. Jefferson ave.. Miami Beach.
Michigan ave.. Miami Beach, an-' ... ( j^e bride-elect graduated from
r.ounce the engagement of their Solomon Sims Miami Beach High School, attend-
daughter. Loretta. to Lew Leon.' ArleenSolomon and Martin Louis ed the University of Alabama, and
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Syd- Sims are to be married. lit attending University of Miami,
ney Jacobson. 891 NE 157th ter., Their engagement is announced Mr. Cohen, a Navy veteran, attend
N Miami Beach. by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Sam ed schools in New York City.
The wedding will take place \ Solomon, 3370 Chase ave., Miami
Aug. 31. Beach, and Montreal. Canada. Mr. i Gatt Hiymm
Miss Tong graduated from Miami Sims is the son of Mr. and Mrs.' Miss Elizabeth Ann Gatt and
Beach High School, attended the Herman Sims. Shaker Heights. O 'Allen David Heyman will be mar-
Fridof.
Miss Solomon and Mr. Sims are
students at University of Miami.
University of Florida, and now at
tends the University of Miami.
Mr. Leon is a graduate of Miami
Beach High and University of Fkw- J Kasstor Saul
ida. He served with the Army in Miss Eleanor Kessler and Isaac
Korea for three years and is now {Saul are planning an early fall
attending the University of Miami > wedding,
where he is a member of Alpha Their engagement is announced
Epsilon Pi fraternity.
h* Schneider
by the bride-elect's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Louis A. Kessler, Phila-
delphia. Pa ., and Atlantic City, N.J.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Opnenheim. Mr. Saul is the son of Mrs. Simon
824 92nd St.. Miami Beach, an-1 Saul. 444 Ocean dr.. Miami Beach,
nounce t he engagement of their I and Atlantic City, and the late Mr.
daughter. Brenda. to Robert Sen-1 Saul,
neider. son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben- ...
jamin Schneider, of Bronx. N.Y. Borrrfrtond Cohan
A December wedding in New Miss Frances Rose Bornfnend
York is planned. | and Isaac Cohen are engaged.
Miss Oppcnheim is a graduate Miss Bornfrieod is the daughter
of Miami Beach High School. She of Emanuel M. Bornfnend. 459 NE
attended the University of Miami. 162nd st. Mr. Cohen is the son of
Mr Schneider attended schools in Mr and Mrs. Samuel J. Cohen. 422
ried Aug. 23
Mr and Mrs. Morris Gatt, 3490
Main hwy., are parents of the
bride-elect Mr. Heyman is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Heyman,
1478 SW 14th ter
Hmnatom Martin
Miami Beach High School sweet-
hearts. Miss Judith Ellen Rosen-
blum and Robert Martin are plan-
ning a June IS wedding.
Miss Rosenblum is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. David Rosenblum.
9301 E. Bay Harbor dr., Miami
Beach.
She attended the University of
Alabama where she was a member
of Sigma Delta Tau.
Mr. Marlin is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Marlin. 5931 N. Bay rd.,
Miami Beach. He attended the
University of Florida and is a
member of Tau Epsilon Pi.
MISS CAMOi KAT VIS
Carol Rayvis'
Betrothal Told
Mr. and Mrs. A. David Rayvis.
1324 SW 18th st. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Carol
Sandra, to Laant Aaron Green-
baum, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rubin
Greenbaum. Hartford. Coon.
mat Rayvis is a graduate of
Miami Senior High School, and is
now attending the University of
Miami.
Mr. Greenbaum is a junior at
the University of Miami, where he
is a member of Tau Epsilon Phi
Fraternity.
MISS S0L0M0M
MISS KISSUM
MISS OPPfNNUM
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Wometco Summer
Club Will Resume
Summer Movie Club shows will
be held at Wometco Theatres for
the fourth year. A long hot sum-
mer will be here and mom. dad
and the children want to know
what to do with all their time.
Well. Wometco has solved that
problem on Tuesday mornings.
For mom. it will help her catch
up with her daily chores and know
that the children are off the street
and in an air-conditioned movie
enjoying themselves, and for dad,
if he is a late sleeper, he knows
he will be able to sleep in comfort
on Tuesdays.
Wometco's Summer Movie Club
".insists of 12 special two-h our
children's shows, consisting of se-
lected feature "space serial" and
cartoons, scheduled for Tuesday
mornings during the summer va-
cation season beginning June 10.
Season tickets, costing $1, good
for one child's admission to all
12 weekly shows, (o on sa^ Fri-
day at the Miracle. Tower. Surf
Story of Ruth Slated
Maccabees. Temple Beth Sholom jind Ess"TheVtrosT'and'the"Ga"te-
Young_Adults. will have their next ^Mtre m .
Norma Marjarie. daughter of
Mrs. Beatrice Kraus Schultz,
821 W. 39th st.. Miami Baach.
will become Bas Mitzvah Sat-
urday. May 10. at Temple
Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon
Kronish will officiate. Norma
is a student in Beth Sholom
confirmation clone of 1959.
Ellen, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Sol Weiss. 1430 Cleve-
land rd.. will become Bas
Mitzvah Friday evening. May
9. durinq late services of
North Shore Jewish Center.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
will officiate. Ellen is a He-
brew Academy student.
Oneg Shabbat Friday. 8:45 p.m.. at
the home of Stella Riff, iooo
Meridian ave. Dave Keinman,
fhrst vice president, will tell the
story of Ruth, in honor of Shavu-
oth. to introduce a roundtable dis-
cussion on "Interfaith Dating and
Marriage."
Lauderdale.
as well as all other Wometco
neighborhood theatres in Miami.
UA Women i
Mat! UJA
M" Marvin St*-
rector of the Lq?J
P*"I Women's '
Greater M.ami
' with leaders*.
Jewuh Appeal, Mn"
l0.e CJA camp"^
said this week. ^
The prominent
will meet with
of the Women's
10;30 a.m., i the*
the Greater l|Unii
eration. 424 Uneob, I
be received b, Mai
women s Division i
man. and Mrs. Sa,
Women's Division
High on the agedi7
POrtant conference will
evaluation of the in
conducted by the i
er Miami and a ,__
the results of simihr i
throughout the us,
"AlthotMi our m
In its final stages. i3
not too early to anar/ei
tuques, compare rests,!
for next year1! can
Farr said.
The Women'i Div
ago raised approumaW]
cent of the total i
al record tor
women in Jewish i
size of Miami.
Included in tat
Tuesday w i 11 be
Carl Susskind. Samuel I
ome Blank. Samuel;
C. Lehamn, Bernard!
Stark. George Graham, (
Soltz and Milton Suta.
nvuwtJ
Registration Autfhi
Temple Judet nunwj-i
ten school. 320 Palermo a
Gables, will accept
for the September. 1WI
ing the month of Mi;,
fices will be open hail
to 12 noon. Children <
three year- old before Ju.1
through kindergarten ifti
ible.
Mother's Day Notes'
Sunshine Rebekih Lode I
meet Tuesday evenini i! ta|
men's Circle. 25 ta
Mother's Day party I
meeting.
Gomes Night Sw*T
Men's Club of Beth |
gregation will spotuw if
night at the Victor MsJ
evening. Morris Was*
president.
T fleet Ottkett
Temple Ner Tasud W
will meet Wednesday *
elect officers at Suds* 1
HalL
Mot her s boy of Home
Mrs. Jennie Grossinger will be
hostess to a Mother's Day party
Sunday at the Jewish Home for the
Aged. Mrs. Louis Makovsky is
program chairman. Presiding will
be Mrs. Sol Silverman.
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ob Sher, Greater Miami chairman for Israel Bonds (second
left), receives "Sword of Haganah for distinguished ser-
to Israel" during his four years as chairman. Looking on
Jack Cantor (left) and Sam Oritt (right), who will be co
rmen in 1958. Sher will continue with organization as hon-
chairman. During his tenure in office, Sher helped super-
sale of some $4 million in Israel Bonds. Rabbi Leon Kron-
who filled breech for absent guest speaker Sir Leslie
ler, looks on.
iai Gets New Campaign Chief
dited with many of the inno- and graduated from the Chicago
which have made fund-
activities in the Chicago,
irea "more successful," Har-
Dunsky, Chicago assistant
itanager of the Bonds of Israel
lization. will leave there May
become campaign director
1ft Sinai Hospital in Miami
ring the bond organization
uore than five years, Dunsky
'previously a section chief of
Vocational Service of the Vet-
Administration in Chicago.
olds Bachelor of Arts and Mas-
Arts degrees in psychology

Kent College of law in 1957, after
taking ni;4ht courses for several
years.
Dunsky is married and hat two
children.
Child Psychologist in Talk
Child Guidance Clinic chief psy-
chologist Dr. Richard Greenbaum
will address members and friends
of the North Dade Jewish Center
Sisterhood Sunday evening. Dr.
Greenbaum will discuss discipline,
Mrs. Fred Blank, president, an-
nounced.
+Jewlstifk>rkBM
Noted Musician
Dead at 75
Miss Henriette Michelson, lead-
ing Israel musician, died last
weekend in Jerusalem at the age
of 75. She had been ill for some
time.
Miss Michelson was the sister of
Mrs. Marie Volpe, of Coral Gables,
manager of the University of Mi-
ami Symphony Orchestra.
A teacher of piano and theory at
Julliard School of Music in New
York for some 40 years, Miss
Michelson retired in 1949 and
moved_to Jerusalem. m
She visited Miami in August,
1953, to present Israeli pianist
Ora Rottenberg in a performance
of the Grieg Piano Concerto with
the UM Summer Symphony Or-
chestra.
In a letter to Mrs. Volpe several
weeks ago. Miss Michelson joyfully
acknowledged the arrival of her
sister in Israel on a visit this sum-
mer. It would have been their first
meeting since Miss Michelson's
1953 trip here.
Mrs. Volpe was to leave Coral
Gables for Israel at the conclusion
of the pop concert season.
Miss Michelson's Jerusalem stu-
dio, with its twin concert grands,
was a gathering place for the musi-
cal greats living in and visiting Is-
rael. Among the hundreds of sal-
utations to her on ber 75th birthday
last February was a telegram from
the noted English pianist Dame
Myra Hess.
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Janet Leigh, Charlton Heston and Orson Welles in "Touch
of Evil," Universal-International's powerful new bordertown
drama which Welles also wrote and directed. Joseph Calleia
and Akim Tamiroff are co-starred, and Marlene Dietrich and
Zsa Zsa Gabor appear in guest feature roles. "Touch of Evil"
now playing through May 13 at Wometco's Carib, Miami and
Miracle Theatres.
Alofher's Day Ball
Dade Heights Jewish Center will
hold a Mother's Day ball Saturday
evening at the Casablanca hotel.
In charge of reservations is chair-
man Mrs. Herbert Elkin.
Rummage Sale Friday
Dade Heights Jewish Center Sis-
terhood will hold a rummage sale
Friday at 5998 NW 7th ave. In
charge of information is Mrs. Mur-
ray Kaye.
HAKOLD DUNSKY
Diabetics Hear Dr. late
Greater Miami Lay Diabetes
Assn. was to meet Thursday eve-
ning at the Community Service
bldg., 395 NW 1st st Guest speak-
er was to be Dr. Charles F. Tate,
Jr., in a talk on '"Tuberculosis in
Association with Diabetes.'
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Two-Fold Program
Is Recommended
Some 50 of Dade county's lead-
ing citizens met Monday at the
Columbus hotel to discuss means
of dealing with the current rash of
bombings of synagogues through-
out the South.
The meeting was under the aus-
pices of the National Conference of
Christians and Jews.
Addressing the gathering was Dr.
Gordon Lovejoy, of Guilford, N.C.,
human relations expert.
Recommended was a two-fold
program designed to establish an
education campaign and to get
backing of governmental, civic,
educational and religious groups
for a Metro ordinance to create a
15-member Community Relations
Board.
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Academy Award
Honors Memory
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
cipal of the Hebrew Academy.
Wednesday announced that a spe-
cie] service award in memory of
the late Maurice Grossman is be-
ing established by the school's
board of directors.
The award, to be known as the
"Maurice Grossman Service
Award," will be presented annual-
ly at commencement exercises to
the student in the graduating class
who has given "meritorious and
outstanding service to fellow stu-
dents, the school and the commun-
ity."
Rabbi Gross said that "Mau-
rice Grossman, whose life was
dedicated to the youth of our
community and who helped in
the founding of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation, Home
for the Aged, Jewish Communi-
ty Center and other philanthrop-
ic institutions, was a board
member of the Hebrew Academy
and chairman of its public re-
lations committee prior to his
passing away several weeks
ago.
In accepting the Award. B. I.
Binder, president, said, "this is a
fitting memorial to a person whose
life was a symbol of service to our
people and to the youth of our
community for more than two dec-
ades."
Setting up the service award are
Mrs. Ethel Grossman and chil-
dren, Mrs. Naomi Ruth Abramo-
witz and Miss Rita Esther Gross-
man.
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Rober, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Lynne, 911 3rd St., Mi-
ami Beach, will become Bar
Mitzvah Saturday morning at
Congregation Beth Jacob.
Rabbi Tibor Stern will offi-
ciate. Active in Boy Scout
Troop 61, Robert is in seventh
grade at Miami Beach Junior
High, where he is secretary
of his class and a Library
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Honor Student to
Be Bar Mitzvah
Howard Paul, son of Mr. and Mr*
Murray D. Rosenberg- 583* SW
16th ter.. will became Bar Mitzvah
Saturday. May 10. at Temple Zton
Rabbi Alfred Waxman U1 offici-
ate.
Howard was rraduated from
Temple Zion religious school last
year and he is currently attending
Hebrew High School.
During the past year, be has
served as rabbi at the Saturday
morning services of Temple Zk*>>
junior congregatioa.
An honor student, he is in the
seventh grade at West Miami Jur.
tor High School
Howard recently won first prize
in hi- division in the school's
Science Fair and third prize in the
Sooth Florida Science Fair.
Kiddit-h in his honor will follow
the service.
Robert, son of Dr. and Mrs.
Harry Kraft, will become Bar
Mitrvah at Saturday morning
services. May 10. of Temple
Emcnu-EL Robert is a sev-
enth grade student at Nautil-
us rmrl rrtlmnAm Temple Em-
anu-El religious schooL Dr.
Herman M. Cohan will offici-
ate.
Jay. son of Mr. and Mrs. Sid-
ney Weiastein. 759 81st St.
will become Bar Mitzvah Sat-
urday morning. May 10. at
North Snore Jewish Center.
Rabbi Mayer Abrarnowitz
will officiate. lay is a stu-
dent in religious school of
Center and attends Nautilus
Junior High.
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Neil Bruce Harwood will become '
| Bar Mitzvah during Saturday
mdrnmg services. May 10- of Agu-
| dath Israel Hebrew Institute.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Alex Harwood. 7787 Tatum Water-
way dr.. Miami Beach.
Neil is an eighth grade student
i at Nautilus Junior High, and at-
Harold. son of Ma Fj
Klein. 1971 Bay dr.,,
David Klein, win bsa
Mitzvah Saturday
May 10. at North 9
i*h Center. Rabbi
Abramowitz will oifien
Harold is a student i_,
ious school of CeweoslJ
tends Nautilus hmicr 1
E. Blumenfeld of Ne '
Also due to arrive ten hi
leads Agudath Israel religious B Mitrvah are an *!
schooL j Blumenfeld. of the U S. I
Rabbi Isaac Ever will officiate at Rome. Italy; an rat. Sal
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Alan Blumenfeld
Bcr Mitzvah
Alan Michael, son of Mr. a
Mr. Sidney Blumenfeld. 6381 SW!
6fh st.. will become Bar Mitzvah
Saturday. May 10. at Temple Ju-
dea. Rabbi Mom- Skop will offi-
ciate, with Cantor Herman Gottlieb
rendering the musical portion of
he sen ice.
Alan is a seventh rrade student
rth Miami Junior Hi:h School
where be is a drummer in the
: school band. He has attended re-
I ligKjus school at Temple Judta
for the past seven years.
During services at the Temple.
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Harvey, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sol Shore. 1766 Michigan
ave.. became Bar Mitzvah
Saturday. April 19. at Knes-
eth Israel Congregation. Rab-
bi David Lshrheld officiated.
Harvey is in eighth grade at
Miami Beach High SchooL
Open house in him honor fol-
lowed Sunday, April 20.
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Alan's parents will be host to an
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ing, a Kiddush will be held. A re-
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Saturday eveaang.
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ituarics
MRS. SOPHIE RUDNICK
,f 111 ath ter., Dt l.ido Island, died
3 In Boston. A resident here for
than 20 yearn, she was a mern-
the National Council of Jewish
Sen and was a life member of the
ideis University NAtlonal Wo-
fi .litinilttee and the Temple Beth
om Sisterhood. Surviving are her
and, Benjamin; three daughters,
William Aronson, Mrs. Meyer
man and Mrs. Theodore Scheft;
eight grandchildren. Memorial
.cca were May ."> at Temple Beth
Bin, with simultaneous funeral
[ces In Boston.
MRS. MIRIAM ABRAMS
tf |:!34 Washington ave., died May
urmeily <>t Washington, she fame
seven years ago. Surviving are
(husband. Jack; a daughter, Miss
tile Abrams; three sons, Donald,
Card and Joel; and tour brothers
fa sister. Services were May :. at
rslde Heach Memorial Chapel,
hutial In Lakeside Memorial
ELIE BILATZER
^f 1500 SW 2nd .-!., died May 3. A
ill office furniture store operator,
aine here 15 years ago. lie was a
fcher of the Workman's Circle,
Bh'Ml. Surviving are his wife,
h.i. three daughters and elghl
di'hlldrin. Gordon funeral Home
in charge of funeral arrange-
DR. MORRIS LANDAU
16".0 James ave.. died Mav 2. A
pd dentist, he came here six years
Surviving are his daughter, Mrs.
klyn Liebowltz: and three sisters.
Ices were In New York, with Hell-
pfuneral Chapel.- In charge of local
gements.
SAMUEL STAMM
243 NE r.th st.. died May 2. For-
ef New York, he came here five
ago and was a retired chef. Sar-
is I son, Benjamin. Private
ces were held under the direction
ellinan Kuneral Chapels.
MRS. MARY CLICK
103 leth St., died Apr. 30. For-
of New York, she came here
years ago. Surviving are her
and. l>r. Morris (Slick; two daitgh-
Mrs. Helen Colton and .Mrs.
S. heirner; and a brother, Isa-
i Berlin. Services were May ,'. at
rside -Beach Memorial Chapel,
I burial In Mt. Klnai Cemetery.
DR. OTTO STERN
!. of 15.", Ocean dr., died May I. A
tuberculosis specialist at the Battery
Slate Hospital In Rome, Ga., he was
a winter visitor for many years. Sur-
viving are his wife, Rose Marie; a
son. Dr. Walter R. Stern; and a sis-
ter. Graveside services were .May 2 at
Mt. Neb" Cemetery, with HeHman
Funeral Cbapel In charge of arrange-
ments.
MRS. FANNIE BRACHMAN
5, of 91^ NE 163rd St., N. Miami
Beach, died May 1. Formerly of New
York, she was a memher of the Pro-
gressive Society of Yaruga. Surviv-
ing are three daughters. Mrs llertha
Kramer, Mrs. Nonna Felnberg and
Mrs. l<tli IVrluiaii; font si-lets *n^
five grandeliil.lretr. Services wen Way
2 at Hellmaii Funeral Home, with
burial in Mt. Nelx. Cemetery.
MRS. ESTHER ZOFFNESS
70, of B25 Washington five., died Mav
I. A resident here IS years, eoming
from New Yoi k she Is survived by tWO
sons. Leo and Nat, a slater, Mrs Oer-
trade Wagner; and four brothers.
Service* wen May ii Rivi
Beach Memorial Chapel, with burial
ill Mt. Sill.1l Omotciy.
ISADORE HALLEN
69, of 1883 Cleveland id died Apr. 29.
A resident lure five >..u-. he li sur-
vived by two ions, David and Eric;
and two sisters. Servict s were In Chi-
cago, with Riversi'le-r.ea. a .Memorial
Chapel in charge locally.
MARTIN HEIDE
62, of 1744 S\V 1st ave., died Apr. 3D.
A retired builder, he came here 12
years ago from Germany. He was a
member of Temple Israel. Surviving
are his wife, Gertrude; a daughter,
Mrs. Eve Herman; and two brothers.
Services were May 2 at Oordon
Funeral Home, with burial In Mt.
Nebo Cemetery.
CHARLES ROSSNER
I MM SW 26th st., died May 2. A
ed bookkeeper, he whs a member
Knights of Pythias Coral Gables
He leaves his wife, Pauline.
bes were May 4 at Gordon Funeral
with burial In Mt. Sinai Ceme-
HARRY 8ILVERMAN
m SW 10th St.. died May 1. A
*ht here 14 years, he leaves two
tra and two sisters. Services
In Baltimore, with Riverslde-
Alemorial Chapel In charge lo-
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MMsMMl-OTt
HERMAN I. HORROW
56, of 4455 N. Bay rd.. died Apr. 29. A
resident here four years, he was a
member of Temple Beth Snolum. Sur-
vivors Include his wife, Tlllle Ann;
a daughter, Barbara; two sons, Ben
and Rubin: two brothers and three
sisters. Services were In Blnomlngton.
III., with Riverside-Beach Memorial
Chapel In charge of local arrange-
ments.
NATHAN LEMONTREE
88, of 3317 SW 21st St.. died Apr. 29. A
retired retail grocer, he was a resident
here alx years. He was a member of
the Israelite Center. Surviving are
two daughters, Mrs. Sadelle Siegel and
Mrs. Mildred Hartlck; and a son, Jos-
eph. Services were In Indianapolis,
with Riverside-Beach Memorial Chapel
In charge locally.
MORRIS LEVINE
74, of 342 189th ter., N. Miami Beach,
dle.l Apr. 30. A resident here 10 years,
he leaves two brother, Ben and Max.
Services were In New York, with local
arrangements by Riverside-Beach Me-
morial Chapel.
JOSEPH M. RABINOWITZ
71. of 2373 FW lth ter., died Apr. SO.
Formerly from Philadelphia, he came
here IS years ago. A retired Jeweler,
he leaves his wife. Gertrude; a son,
Martin; a brother, Jacob; and one
grandchild. Services were May 1 at
Gordon Funeral Home, with burial in
Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
BERT SCHNURER
86. of 4137 Sheridan ave., died Apr. 29.
A retired clothing manufacturer, he
won fame two years ago by gradu-
ating from the University of Miami
II
Qg
The Rabbi, President, Officers and Directors oi
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER
Proudly -Announce ffre Change of Its Name to
"TEMPLE PESACH TIKVAH
(DOOR OF HOPE)
Dedication Ceremonies Will Be Held at a
GALA DINNER, CELEBRATION HONORING
MR. AND MRS. PHILIP CATSMAN
(In Whose Ho**, the Congregation Was Ranomed}
Join Your Friends and Congregants to Honor
Two Outstanding, Devotsd and Philanthropic
Members oi Our Congregation
Sunday Evening, May 18 6:30 p.m.
ENTERTAINMENT WfcNCING RECEPTION
And A *lo$i enjoyable end Inspirm* Evening
FOR RESERVATIONS Phee %\ 8-7132 or MO 7-5366
Dinner Catered By the Famous Kosher ""HUT BOX CATWF.W"
f
ATTENTION!!
$10,000 R E W A R D
IS OPFERE
For the prtfcoeiiOJi ol the person or nerions
reenonsibte tor planting dynaensfe at
BETH IL CONGREGATION
on March 16th at approximately 2.40 A.M., usiia$j >>Mi*"
resulting in forioeiTTeeapjo to tho haiWiag both insi* mi ojt.
President, tONGWOATlON BETM H
Anyone savino iefsMiarlei, no mattti-fowJm'^S*"' "',,"m/
inoiy an.nsporVo*,, please ton.n,.nltW with *. a.Jhor.f.es immo-
datoir, and pott mUlmo doing yoar saerod end eivk dafy.
ALL rNSWSPARERS Ftt.EASS'flEPRINT
taw adtnpl.at the age of K4 He wu
the aati.n's oldest college graduating
senior. He was a member'of Temple
Israel and a member of the Masontc
Composite 819, as well us past master
of that lodge and rite worshipper
Surviving are his wife, Louisa' E,;
his son, Hiii old. Albany, N.T., hus-
hsnri of Carolyn Sehnurer, famous
New >York dress designer', and a
grandson, Tony Schnurer, a UM stu-
dent. Services were Apr. 30 at River-
side-Beach Memorial Chapel, with
burial in New York.
SOLLY SCHUBACH
7. of 101 Ocean dr.. died Apr. 29 of
Injuries suffered en route to Nassau
aboard the 8 r*lorida. He was fatally
Injured when a wlndsquall blew him
down a hatchway on ihe nhtp. He whs
a visitor here from Indianapolis, where
services were held. Hellman Kuneral
ume was in charge of arrangements
here.
SIMON EITENGER
74. of 110O 10th St., died Apr. 28. A
resident here t\\ lie is sur-
vived by his wife. Myra: two daufb>
ters, Mrs. Helen Ptlla and Miss ituth
Kltengei ; and a brother Bervleefi
ware In Now York, with RJv.r Ide-
neach Memorial Cbapel in charge lo-
cally.
DAVID GINDIN
54, of 91.1 Marseilles dr.. died Apr. 2!i.
A musician, he was a resident here
five years. Surviving are his wife,
Milian,; a brother and a alstOT. Ser-
vieea and burial were in New Yoik.
with Newman-Cordon Funeral Home
in charge of local arrangements.
MRS. MARTHA PLATT
68, of 1121 Pennsylvania ave., died
Apr. 2'J. A winter visitor here for 10
years, coming from New York, she Is
survived by her husband, Joe. s.n -
vices were Apr. 30 at Itiverslde-Ilcach
Memorial Chapel, with burial in Mt.
Nebo Cemetery.
MRS. THERESA LADENBUROER
68. or 31 HW 52nd ct., died Apr. :!?. A
resident here 10 years, she leaves a
daughter, Mrs. Nanette Herman. Ser-
vices were In New York, with Rlver-
slde-Beach Memorial Chapel In charge
of local arrangements.
IRVING LEMBERG
41, of 610 Jetierson ave.. died Apr. 28.
Formerly of New York, he was a resi-
dent here five years. He was an em-
Kloye of Mercury Cab Co. and a mem-
er of Miami Beach I-odge 170.
Knights of Pythias. Survivors Include
his wife, Esther: and his father. Max
Services were Apr. 29 at Hellman
Funeral Chapel, with burial In Mt.
Sinai Cemetery.
BEHOR PENSO
76. of 938 8th St.. died Apr. 28. A re-
tired New York restaurant owner, he
was a resident here 15 years. Surviv-
ing are his wife; Dora: two sons, Jos-
eph and Isaac: a daughter. Mrs.
Helen Sohnall: two brothers and four
sisters. Services were Apr. 29 at
Riverside Beach Memorial Chapel,
with burial In New York.
MRS. MARTHA ROSENTHAL
54, of 700 SW 46th ave., died Apr. 28.
Formerly of New Jersey, she came
here 13 years ago. She was a mem-
ber of Pythian Sisters, BoosevoH
Ivodge 17. Surviving are her husband.
Morton B.; two daughters, Barbara
and Marie; her mother. Mrs. Roba
tiolden; a sister, Mrs. Anna Davis;
and two brothers. Services ware Apr
29 at Riverside-Beach Memorial
Chapel, with burial In Mt. fe'mai Ceme-
tery.
JOSEPH 6CHWARTZ
56, of 1210 N\V 179th ter.. died Apr.
27. A dental laboratory technician.
he came here five years ago from
Brooklyn. Surviving are his wife,
Jeanette; a daughter, Mrs. Maurine
Goldsmith: a brother. Michael; and
two grandchildren. Services were Apr.
29 at Newman-Oordon Funeral Home
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10-B
1

Coral Gables Marks Israel Anniversary;
400 Hear City's Leaders Bring Greetings
Leading Miami attorney and
community leader E. Albert Pal-
Jot Sunday told a capacity audi-
ence at the University of Miami
Beaumont Hall that "the million
refugees of Western Europe today
enjoying democracy in the State of
Israel have paid a heavy price for
their new-found freedom."
Pallot, president 4t District 5
B'nai B'rith and recently returned
from a fact-finding tour in Israel,
Teachers' fxec fo Visit
Miami Area Next Week
Carl J. Megel. president of the
AFL-CIO American Federation of
Teachers, will arrive in Miami
Tuesday.
While here. Megel will be guest
of honor at a dinner to be given by
the Dade Federation of Teachers.
Megel will also appear on local
television and radio news pro-
grams.
addressed some 400 persons at a
City of Coral Gables function in
honor of Israels tenth inniver-
>ary. The l'niver>ity of Miami was
host to the function.
"Israel it the only democracy
in the Middle East," Pallot d-
claired. "Israel was founded" on
the bones and the memories or
six million Jews slaughtered by
Neei tyranny. The million re*u-
fees of Western Europe today
1 enjoying democracy in the State
of Israel have paid a heavy price
for their new-fcund freedom."
Also addressing the audience
wert Rep. V Pope, of St. Augus-
tine. Fla.; Dr. H. Franklin Wil-
Robbi Herson en Television
Tifereth Israel spiritual leader
Rabbi Abraham Herson will ap-
pear on the morning chapel pro-
gram of television ch. 10. WPST.
Friday at 9:30 a.m.
fund Raising Affair
Student Junior Hadassah will
hold its first fund raising affair
Saturday evening in the Carillon
hotel.
Sholem Lodge
Honors Students
The tenth anniversary of the
I State of Israel will be celebrated
by Sholem Lodge of B'nai Bnth
Tuesday at Beth David Auditorium.
Robert J. Lewison. president, an-
nounced the appointment of Col.
Sidney H. Palmer and Edward
Klein as chairmen of the program.
Thirteen Israeli students who are
attending the University of Miami
will be guests of honor. The pro-
gram will also include a travelog
presented by the Israel Bond com-
mittee here.
Refreshments will be in charge
of Ed Klein. Robert Lessner and
Morton W. Palmer.
hams, vice president of the Uni-
versity of Miami; and A. Arthur
Pekelner. of the Zionist Council ol
South Florida.
Mayor W. Keith Phillips brought
greetings from the City of Cora
Gables. Representing the Coral
Gables Ministerial Assn. was the
Rev. Fred Cole.
The kindling oi ten candles in
niversary was a major portion of
the program. Participating con-
ma 'lions included Temple Judea.
Rabbi Morris Skop; Zamora Jew-
ish Center. Rabbi B. Leon Hur-
witr; and South Dade Jewish
Center. Rabbi.Herbert Bsumgarri.
Assisting in the candle-lighting
ceremony was Kenneth Myers,
son of Stanley C. Myers, chairman
of the Greater Miami Committee
for Israels Tenth Anniversary Cel-
ebration. Stephen Maloff, son of
Abraham Maloff. Zamora past
president, headed the teen-age di-
vision at the celebration.
Max Friedson. Mrs. Harvey Soo-
tin and Dr. Donald Michaelson
were in charge of the reception
committee.
Friday. May 9,
LEGAL NOTICE
HELLMAN
FUNERAL CHAPELS, INC.
"Coring for Thoto You Coro For"
STATIONS TO
SERVE YOU
1741 lev Rood
Jjjv. r ro) Mli f%ajt^t99e
1*21 S.W. M U.
OFFICIAL AMBULANCE SERVICI
OP MIAMI BEACH
SERVING ALL OF DADI COUNTY
JE 85333
FOR
IMMEDIATE
SERVICE
FLAT RATE NO METERS
MIAMI SIACH
1741 ley Road, eeor Dade lree\
Jl S-S333 JI 1-9000
MIAMI
1121 S.W. Iriil
n 4-614t
WORLD-WIDE TRANSFER SERVICI
E. AL HILLMAN, PRO. HARRY W. EIY1R.
93.
"Progreslncf with Our Many Satisfied Customer*"
ANOTHER LOCATION FOR TOUR CONVENIENCf
C0ULT0N BROS.
-ART" "JUflrrM "WAT" TOUI TEXACO ROTS
Coral Way t S.W. 27th Ava. 840 S.W. 8th St
Don't put it off put it on
Re-Roof 3
WRITTEN GUARANTEE
+ LICENSED ft INSURED
* PAYMENTS ARRANGED
i -AT TOOI SERTlCr
MOMS.
PL 1-1658
Re-Roofing
& Repairing
ACME
SUPPLY CO.
2670 N.W. 75tti ST.
CssM
1
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKKKBV OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to encase in
business under the fictitious num.M*
POLBVITZKY. JOHNSON A A.-M -
i'IATKS at K N.E. ISO. Street. Mi-
ami. Florida Intend to r^'*,rr.. "*VJ
name with the clerk of the < Ircult
Court of Dade County. Florida.
IGOR B POLEVITZKY
VERNER JOHNSON
FRIEDMAN SHAPIRO
Attorney! for Applicants
V-l-23-S0 ^__^__
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA IN CHANCERY
No. WCM17
CIIAHLEH ROSENUARTEN. LIL-
LIAN S R.iSENC.ARTEN, SAM
BERLIN. FREI>A K Sl'BIN AND
H \i>e s vl.< 'Mi >N,
Plaintiff a,
WH1TEHART HOTEL. IN"', a Hor-
wlH O.Ur....n. M.I.HS O JACI .IS.
w 0 MECHANIC and HILDA
mechanic.
'oroeV'of fu.l.cation
suit to foreclose mortgage
to; JILU'S G. JACOBS
;:. EX.-I' 4Mh STREET
BROOKLYN I, NEW Vi.RK
YOI AREHBREBY NOTTS' 1ED that
a BUI of Complaint t<> foreclose a
mortgage Has been filed aalnf you
on the following described real prop-
*nxVr>7Wto*E*OCK 115 of OCEAN
BEACH ADDITION NO. 4. (less the
Westerly K. feet thereof, dedicated
f,,r street purposes), according to
the llat thereof, recorded in Plat
Book 3. at Page 1.11 of the Public
Records of I>ede County, Plena*,
together with all common law ripar-
ian rights appurtenant thereto; to-
gether with Personal Property as
per Inventory attached and made a
psrt of the Bill of Complaint.
YOU ARE REQUIRED to file your
Answer or pleading In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court. Dade
County, Florida, on or before the th
day of June, 1S5S, and to serve a copy
of such Answer or pleading ui>"n
AARON M. KA.NNER. Attorney for
the Plaintiffs, whose addiesa Is: US
Shoreland Building. Miami. Florida. II
vou fall to do so. Judgment by default
"will be taken against you for the re-
lief demanded In the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for 4 consecutive weeks In
The Jewish Fk>ridlan newspaper.
Done and Ordered at Miami. Dade
County. Florida, this 1st day of May.
E-'b. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the
Circuit Court In and for l>a County. Florida.
(seal) By: L. A. CLEARE.
Deputy Clerk
/W-M-M
NOTICE IS MrVf',.vE u*
wai.ii 'WTRmi^Sl
IN THE COUNTY~JUrn77------J
IN AND FOR D.0EirM
FLOHIDA. IN PROBATE WTI
in Re: ESTATE '. ,V+ '
Deceased L'-Vjj|
NOTICE TO CREDcrns.
To AD
1 'fJl
gr^gta. or Demand, ^g
"f \ou %n-
notified and ... ,| ... tc, "
claims an either of
e.taf Of OEORGE K. Uvfi
<
. *ftilgT
---, ..*. .ue San,. >, ikji
offices in the Cnnntv ft.... 1
Dade County. Fi ml. ,$fiM
calendar month, from the ^ JH
first publication hereof, aTuVIS
u,ii be ban M **i
RBNA LIVINQBTOJI
CHARLES UVINObTObi
OEOROE V i.ivin.
Ancillary i
ARONOV1TZ. AR(lSoVTT2
HAVERFIEI.I'. Attoram
7 Seytmld lu.ildins
Miami, Florida
S/S-U-U-30
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. sectm
K.I.I NOR U MURPHY.
Plaintiff.
vs.
CLYDE W. MURPHY.
I i.-f, n.l.itit ---------
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: CI.TDB W. MURPHY
8TS Hill Road
Wlnnetka. Illinois
You are herehv notified that s Bill of
Complaint for Dlv...... has been filed
against you. and you are required to
e a copy of your Answer or I lead-
ing to the BUI of Complaint on the
plalntirra Attorney. SiL Al.hA A."-
l>ER II": Congress Building. .Mi..inl
x: Florida and file Hie original An-
m Pleading In the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before
the Mh day Of June. MS. If >*"'/*."
10 do s... Judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
..I in the BUI of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
" THE JEWISH I-I...KIDIAN
DONE AND ORDBRED at Miami.
! i I... this 6th day of May. A.D..
19'*8' i.kathepman. Clerk,
Circuit Court. I>ad^ Count v. Florjda
(seal) By: JOAN SNEEl
Deputy ( lerk.
:./-16-23-30 _______.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that

business iiinler the ti'ti'i'O- name of
ME PLASTIC MATERIALS l "!
\ u ittii \. nu> Mia i I I
I'nunii Inti i"l '"
..ii i name m itli On Clerk of the Clr-
cull Court ol Dade County, i-'iorlda.
J. K LA2ARUH
AUBERTUREBNBLATT
MAX It SI1.VEB
Attol Materials
I hold 1 :ull Mil" Ida.
.3-30
.N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
No. MCUI1
FAST LOAN CO..
a Florida corporation.
CIJFFORD A. HALL and
MARY L. HALL.
Jointly and Severally.
SUIT FOR FORECLOSURE
OF MORTGAGE
TO: CLIFFORD A. HALL
e/o Jack Parker
You CLlrriWl' A HALL. Co Jack
Parker. 1 W t8th St., Miami Beach,
Fla.. and MARY I. HALL. Maple Hill
Orchards. Box 12. W .< ter\ llet. Mh-
Igan. are herebs notified that a Com-
plaint lo Fore.-i-.se Chattel Mortgage
has been Hied against you. and roe
are required to serve a COW of VOHl
Answer or Pleading to the Bill of
Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney.
GENET tc GENET, uu Lincoln Road.
Miami BoBBO. r o! iila. and file the
original Anaww .n Pleading In the of-
fice of the Clerk of the ClrcoM Court
on or before the leu day of June.
ISiS. If you fail to .; so, ludswteat by
default will be taken against yen fOf
the relief demanded m ii" Eill of
Complaint.
DONE AND OR I I i:i:> at Miami.
Florida, this Ilk day of M..>. A D
-
E B LEATHERMAN, clerk.
Cli Dad. County F
(seal) R H RICE, JR..
I .
GENET a- GENET
AttOI Mtlff
:. Rd .1 I'll.
IN THE COUNTY JU0|S CO, 1
IN AND FOR DAOt couml
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE 1
No. 3474 A
In Re: ESTATE up
BENJAMIN KABP
Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO t
APPLICATION FOg OIITRiU.,
AND FINAL OI$CHA8
NOTICE Is hereby gives thu 1 u
filed my Fln.il I'.. ;.i: and P-.ittsafe
IXstrlbutlon am! Final Dl-:ftinj |
Administrator i'TA nf th uui
Benjamin K.irr 'lceued: i!i4 ,
on the 9th day of Ju- e, U'v s- uaaS
I to the Honorable Couaty Jjdgaai
Dade County. Floridt, fi .>'R_
of said Final Reporl and fo* dhOSSJ
lion and final li-. h-nte '.* S.1
mlnlatrator CTA of the est.ts f f^
above-name'l decedent. TtltMkj
of May. IS&I
GEORGE CHF.TSX 1
Aa Administrator CTA of u- Imd
of Benjan.m Kara, r< rtail
;/-l-23-3
Cugrt vii C $m pa hj
commercial
social
$Titt hotel
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Of 11
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT I
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR T"
COUNTY. IN CHANCtRY.
No. MCMM
MAPGIP Al.AC.l .
Plaintiff.
JAMES JOSEPH A1.A00.
Defendant.
6U T FOR DIVORCE
TO: JAME- U00
H it"
17" Baal > ''
New York ly, ST
You are req W r" '
your ggeaai I
', | m ..Intlffa
ani t" '
Office of C
, n or "*-*M
' "53
for I- *
Dated n LorMa, 01
dav of ^l .. ~
E. i
(^1> '- \. i]
MILTON A *>. _J
5/9-Hi
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN lhal
the undi ^age In
the fiotl'.lous natiie of
I II.V \N Cl IRTEZ > N Miami
Inteada to rejglstsi aatd name
with Clerk of the CtrcuM CttWl of
nty. Florida.
wai.i. i (BP. (A Fla. C
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice IS HEREBY OIVBN thai
the underalgneJ, desiring lo engage In
ler the fictitious n
u ai L-CO IMPERIAL at Ssoo N Mi-
ami Avenue Intends to register- said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dad* l\>unty, Florida.
SVALL-CO CORP. tA Fla. Corp.!
5/9-H-O-SO
BJMM
lev
wadding announce
efreis
ileli/nt
eem/nft
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Dial FKanllin 3-4634
11* n.e. lixth street
mi.mi 32, florid*


May 9, 1958
* AWc* nbrlHHnn
11-B
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
ICTITIOUS NAME LAW
(v is 111'. Kb BY UIVb.il that
r lulled. desiring to engage In
indcr (he flc;l(lous name of
LAUNDRY & CLEANERS
N.W, 2nd Ave.. Miami, Fla.,
reglstn' said name w.th the
the Circuit Court of Dude
[Florida.
JACK MITNi'K
I'.KNA MITNICK
9-16
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
ICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ik IS HEREBY GIVEN that
rslgned, desir.ng to engage in
under the fictitious name of
|IV MEAT COMPANY at 514
Ave.. Miami I teach, Florida
...... '" <'(!< the
the Circuit Court of Dade
- .O. IUU.
ROY S. SITOMER
2-9 '__________________
riCE BY PUBLICATION
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
4TH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T Or"
IN AND FOR DADE
JNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 580303'
ROTH
(tiff
, jj. ROTH
gdant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
[IRE M. ROTH
ilst Terrace
inil, Florida
,i. hereby notified that a Bill
plaint for Divorce lias been
lin.-t you, and you are requir-
ve a copy of your Anawer or
to the Bill of Complaint on
illff Attorney, RICHMOND
"SON, 1 Lincoln Road, Miami
Florida and file the original
i Pleading in the office of
of the Circuit Couit on or
de 19th day of May. 1958. If
do ao, judgment by default
iken against you for the re-
tnded In the BUI of Complaint.
lice shall be published once
rk for four consecutive weeks
JEWISH FIAJRIDIAN.
AND ORDERED at Miami.
'this 14th day of April, A.D.
B. I.EATHERMAN, Clerk,
Court, Dade County, Florida
By N. A. HEWETT,
Deputy Clerk.
>ND ft WOLFSON
Road Bldg.
inch, Florida
for Plaintiff
/2-9_________________________
riCE BY PUBLICATION
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
IN AND FOR DADE
JNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 58C3030
JROWITZ,
In horowite,
Bdant.
Suit for divorce
sherman horowitz
8t 17til Street
L#lcl\ ii. New York
IERJHAN HOROWITZ, are
lotlfied that a Complaint for
has been filed against you.
| are required to serve a copy
answer or pleading to the
on the Plaintiff's attorney,
ROTH. 42a Lincoln Road.
iCh, Florida, and file the
answer or pleading in the
I the Clerk of the Circuit Court
for Hade County. Florida, on
May 19th. 1958. If you fall
. judgment by default wtll be
gainst you for the relief de-
i the complaint.
this 14th day of April. 1958.
.1. I.EATHERMAN, Clerk,
Court, Dade County, Florida
By JOAN SNEEDEN,
Deputy Clerk.
ROTH
for Plaintiff
dn Road
each, Florida
/2-9_________________________
NOTICE UNDER
ICTITIOUS NAME LAW
.>: is HEREBY OIVEN that
n-kned. desiring to engage In
under the fictitious name of
.u. MORTGAGE CO. at Mi-
le County, Florida Intends to
s.'id name with the ("rrk of
cult Court of Dade County,
JULIAN Bt'CHBINDKB
ft GREENFIELD
s for Julian Uuchblnder
1-10
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND rOR DAD
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 5SC3548
RAYMOND E. IUltKHALTER,
Pialntlff,
vs.
CORA It. UI'RKHALTER.
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: CORA p.. BURKHALTER
ADDRESS UNKNOWN
You, Cora It. Rurkhaltcr, are hereby
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you,
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Heading to the
BUI of Complaint on the plaintiff's At-
torney, llernard Margolin, 710 Bis.
cayne Building, Miami, Florida, and
LEGAL NOTICE
NOT CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREI1Y GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
buslne;s under the fictitious name of
I'ORAL (iAI'.I.ES CONVALESCENT
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. MC3127
HOME at 700 b\W. Mh Street. Miami, CARLI. T. HARRIS,
Ha., intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
CORAL GABLES CONVALESCENT
HOME. INC.
(A Florida Corpoiatlon)
WILLIAM E. BRENNER
Attorney for Applicant*
420 Lincoln ltd., Miami Beach, Fla.
./2-9-18
NOT.CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
vo'ir*- | HEREBY GIVEN that
.. the undersigned, desiring to engage In
file the original Answer or Pleading In business under the fictitious name of
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit SUN COAST TRUSS MFG. at 3895
Court on or before ihe 2nd day of
Juiie, ID'S, if you (all to do ao, Judg-
ment hy default will lie taken against
you for the relief demanded In the
Illll of Complaint.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Flu ida, this 30th day of April, A.D.
19.-.8.
E. II I.EATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Floi ida
(seal) By L. A. CLEARE,
Deputy Clerk
BERNARD MARGOT.IS
710 Iliscaync Building
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
5/2-9-18-23
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Hie undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
RALEIGH SPECIALTY MFC. CO. at
2447 N.W. 75th Street. Miami, Fla., In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
LEO SCHOR
WILLIAM FCCHS
4/25, 5/2-9-18
N.W. 47th Street in the City of Miami
r./, laaomtefi.is to reg4ster~*the sain
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
luted at Miami. Florida, this 3lRt
day of March. I95S.
SUN COAST ROLL FORMING CORP.
By: George P. Greenway,
President
AARON M. KASNER. Esq.
Attorney for Applicant
239 Shorekrnd ISldg., Miami, Fla.
4/K. 5/2-9-18
NOT.CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the (Ictltlous name of
BONDED FI'RNITI'RE CO. at S007
N.W. 17th Ave., Miami. Fla.. Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade Count v.
Florida.
ALEXANDER BRENNER,
Sole Owner
KASTENRACM, MAMBER ft
GOPMAN, Attorneis (or Applicant
1 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, Fla.
4/J5, 5/2-9-16
Pialntlff.
JANINE LEROY HARRIS,
L>efeniiam. _
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JANINE LEROY HARRIS,
c/o Madame Janlne Leroy
Poste Restante
Casablanca, Bourse, Morroco
You are hereby notified that a BUI
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Answer
or Pleading to the BUI of Complaint
on the plaintiff's Attorney, Monrad It.
Thue. Jr., SI48 B.Vf.' 7Jrd St., South
Miami. Fla... and, flic the original An-
swer or Pleading in tte office of the
Clerk-of the-<'l^)^lltX^4lrt-l?'^)l'^f**
the 19th day of May. 1958. If you fall
to do so, judgment by default wi.' be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 16th day of April, A.D.
1958.
E. B. I.EATHERMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court. I>ade County. Florida
(seal) By L. A. CLEAR!:,
Deputy Clerk.
Monrad R. Thue. Jr.
5S46 S.W. 73rd St.
S'outh Miami, Fan Ida
Attpl n.v for Plaintiff
4/18-25. 5/1-1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SHOP THE QUICK WAY OFF COR-
AL WAY at 2450 S.W. 87th Avenue,
South Miami, Florida, intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
QUICK WAY SHOPPING
CENTERETTE No. I. Inc.
(A Florida Corporation)
8. PHILIP MALSPE1S
Attorney .for
Quick Way Centerette No. 1, Inc.
4/1S-26, 6/2-9
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
HAL AUTO PARTS at 2501 N.W.
27th Avenue, Miami. Florida Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
HENRY J. LANDEN
LEONA K. LANDEN
GEORGE CHEREN
Atlornev for H & L Auto Parts
4/25. 5/2-9-16
NOT.CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
RIGHT AIR CONDITIONING CO. at
206 71st Street, Miami Beach, Dade
County. Florida, Intend to register the
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
CHESTER M. RUSSO
8857 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach. Florida
HERMAN C. WRIGHT
770 N.W. 128th Street
North Miami, Florida
4/25. 5/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
QUICK WAY 8HOPPING CENTER
at 2450 8.W. 87th- Ave., South Miami,
Fla., Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
QUICK WAY SHOPPING
CENTERETTE No. 1. Inc.
(A Florida Corporation)
S. PHILIP MALSPEIS
Attorney for
Quick Way Centerette No. 1, Inc.
4/18-25, 5/2-9
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BOLERO BAR at 1321 N. Miami Ave..
Miami, Fla., intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
CLARENCE W. MAHLER,
Sole Owner
BARNETT PELTZ
Attorney for Applicant
329 N.W. 11th Ave., Miami. Fla.
4/25, 5/2-9-18 .
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the (Ictitious name o(
THE REBEL at 2436 South West 87th
Avenue, Miami. Florida Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
L. C. MURDOCK. Side Owner
GOLDMAN ft GOLDSTEIN
Attorneys (or Registrant
2303 West F'agler Street
Miami, Florida.
5/2-9-16-23
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NOTICE UNDER
ICTITIOUS NAME LAW
'E IS HEREBY OIVEN that
eiMqncd. desiring to engage In
under the fictitious name of
IN AWNING SHUTTERS at
35th Court, Hialeah. Fla., In-
Mglster said name with the
: the Circuit Court of Dade
Florida.
MODERN MANUFACTURING
?OMPANY, INC.
(A Florida Corporation)
1-30 ^_^__
COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
ID FOR DADE COUNTY.
A. IN PROBATE.
No. 4S4SI-A
lESTATE of
fannik bee res
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Creditors and All Persons Hav-
llms or Demand.-. Against Said.
Mi
[and each of you are hereby
and required to present any
[and demands which you. or
nf you. may have against the
tif Fannie Beeres deceased late
County. Florida, to the Hon-
I'ounty Judges of Dade County.
the same In their offices In
inty Courthouse In Dade Coun-
brlda. within eight calendar
| from the dste of the first pub-
hereof. Said claims or de-
to contain the legal address of
linaiu and to be sworn to and
d as aforesaid, or eeroe will be
Action 733.16 or the 1945
May .5, A.D l58.
I.II VAN Tl'RNFR
Itrt* of the l.a.-i Will n-id
lament of tannli U
KIN
I Ids.,
Ida
ii trig
i-iti
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 58C3197
WILLIAM I.. ENSINGER,
Ptarntlff,
I.i MS MARGARET ENSINGER.
Defendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: I ols Margaret Fnsinger,
915 South 9th Street,
llarrlsburg. Pennsylvania.
You are hereby ordered and re-
quired to serve a copy of your an-
swer to the hill of complaint for di-
vorce on plaintiff's attorney, W. Kent
Jameson, 1764 N.W. 36th Street. Mi-
ami, Florida, and file the original In
the office of the clerk of the Circuit
Court o( Dade County, Florida, on or
before the 23rd day of May, IMS,
otherwise the bill ( complaint will
be taken as confessed by you.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 18th
dav of Anrll. 195S.
B. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of
(eal) the Circuit Court.
By: L. A. CLEARE.
Deputy Clerk.
4/25. 5/2-9-16
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
AVDcVi.ONROF ba richard
a minor,
I!y DONALD VICTOR I.AWSON.
her stepfather.
'WarS hSrE-BY* NOTIFIED
that a petition has been filed In the
above styled court by DONALD VIC-
TOR LAWSON for the adoption of
DEBRA lea RICHARD, a m'rg^by
the petitioner. DONALD VI oK
LAWSON. and you are required to
seive a copy of your Answer or (in-
jections to show cause why said peti-
tion should not be granted, on the
attorneys for petitioner. BERNSTEIN
ft MILLER, Connies.- Building. Mi-
ami. Fluii'l*. *< **' ">' original in
?., office of the Clerk of the I
Court on (* before Ihe *9h <>f Ma>.
"HEREIN FAIL NOT or a decree
pr,. confesso will be entered against
>0\Vir\'E^W my hand and the seal '
,aia court in UlawL .-lucid* ll
V, Clerkof
<*~" By: Jo'v-
Deputy Clerk
IN THE CIRCU'T COURT OF TH =
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. &8C3283
BESSIE PERMAN,
Plaintiff,
HYMAN PERMAN.
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: HYMAN PERMAN
739 Van Rensselaer Avenue
Niagara Falls. New York ___
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you and you are required
to serve a copy of your answer on the
iintin's attorney, MICHAEL. M.
1NRFRG 1412 Alnslev Building,
Miami 32, Florida, and fUe the orlg-
n, hi i ie office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before May 29th,
1958, In default of which the complaint
will be tah. ii as eon feeing uKuinst
you.
Dated this 22nd day of April. A.D.,
1958.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
(seal) Hy: JOAN SNEEDEN.
Deputy Clerk.
4/25, 5/2-9-16________________________
NO'I IVfe BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHAN5ERY,
No. 58C2918
NINA SECO WARWICK
vs.
NEVILLE WARWICK
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: NEVILLE WARWICK
P.O. Box 127
74th F.T.S.. AP.O.O. 23.
New York, New York
You. NEVILLE WARWICK, are
hereby notified that a Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you.
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Complaint on the plalntifl's Attorney,
GENET & GE.NET, 420 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, Florida and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the of-
fice of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or be(ore the 19th day of May, 1868.
If you fall to do so. Judgment by de-
fault will be taken against yo for the
relief demanded In the Bill of Com-
nJninl
DONE AND ORDERUD at Miami.
Florida, this 14th day of April, A.p.
1958.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florlea
(seal) By R. H. RICE JR.
Deputy Clei k.
GENET & GENET
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
Attorneys (or Plaintiff
t/lS-St, 5/2-9
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 58C3110
HELEN SIMMAT,
Plaintiff,
OTTO SIMMAT,
1 'efendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
You. OTTO SIMMAT, P.O. Box 27,
17 Stevens Street. Woodmont, Con-
necticut, are required to file your an-
swer to the complaint of divorce with
the Clerk of the above Court and
serve a copy thereof u|Kin Herman
Cohen. Attorney, 1805 Congress Bldg.,
Miami. Florida, on or beiore May 17.
1958, or else complaint will be taken
as confessed. Dated April 16, 1958.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
(seal) By: JOAN SNEEDEN,
Deputy Clerk.
4/18-25, 5/2-9
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 58C2957
WILLIAM HENRY RICHMOND.
Plaintiff,
i:ii.i:en"'crowley Richmond.
Defendant.
SUIT F"" n"""'"r
TO: Eileen Crowley Richmond.
Defendant
622 West 136th Street
New York, New York
You, Eileen Crowley Richmond, are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint (or Divorce has been (lied
against you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
plaintiff's Attorney, RAYMAN *
DUHIG, 902 AlnBley Bldg.. Miami 82^ ,
Florida, and file the original Answer*
or Pleading In the office of the Cleric
of the Circuit Court on or before the
19th day of May, 1958. If you fall to-
do so. judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded In the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once |
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 10th day of April. A.D.
' E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(seal) By JOAN SNEEDEN
Deputy Clerk.
RAYMAN & DUHIG
! 11U Ains ey Bldg.
Miami 32. Florida
Attorneys lor Plaintiff
4/18-25. 5/2-9
-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
YALE WINDOW at 1075 East 16th
Street. Hialeah, Florida Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
YALE MANUFACTURING
COMPANY, INC.
(A Florida Corporation)
8. PHILIP MALSPEIS
Attorney for
Yale Manufacturing Company, Inc.
I/IS-2.'.. .". 9
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the (ictitious name of
SPIEGEL DISTRIBUTING CO. (NOT
INC.) at :il N.W. 62nd Street Intends
t rev-isle- said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
MAX SPIEGEL
HENRY NORTON
Attorney for Applicant
l r i Blaca) ne Bids.
4/18-25. 5/2-9
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha
the -nderslgned, desiring to engage Ii
business under the fictitious name ou,
SulTHMiiNT APARTMENTS at PUS.
S.W. 5th Street. Miami. Florida ln-.i
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
Dated at Miami, Florida this 23rd
day of April, 1958.
' JOSEPH PATISH
Sole Owner
4/25. 5/2-9-16
,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha*-
the undersigned, desiring to engage la i
business under the fictitious name OS
COTILLION ARMS at 6930 Rue Ver-
sailles, Miami Beach. Florida, intends
to register said name with the Cleric
of the Circuit Court of Dade County, '
"'ri'pla CONSTRI'CTION CORP.
By Irving Rubin
ALBERT L. ROSEN
Attorney for Rupla Construction Corp.
940 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
5/2-9-16-23
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
NEW YORK OPTICAL CO. OF FLOR-
IDA at 327 NE 1st Ave Miami, Fla.,
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
DORORTHY SCHWARTZ,
Sole owner.
5/2-9-16-23
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIERI'-KY rjfvFN -hft
Ihe undersigned, deslrins to encage In
business under the fictitious name of
CONSTRUCTION TRADES CO. at
8"! N.W. THth Street. Miami, Florida
intend to register said name with the
, ,-vi, rouTt Curt of Dade
County. Florida. & r ^
R. O. I.OVELL
f.EIGEI, TEITELMAN
ieys for Applicant*
iscayne Bldg.
i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, d siring to engage In
business under Ihe fictitious name of
QUICK WAY SHiiPITNG CENTER-
ETTE at 2450 S.W. kjth Ave.. South
Miami, Florida intends to register
said name with the Clerk of th. c.i-
cult Court of Ide County, Florida.
QUICK WAY SHOPPING
CENTERETTE No. 1, Inc.
(A Florid* Corporation)
S PHILIP MALSPEfa
Attorney- for
i.i .ick Way Centerette No. 1. Inc.
4/Iff-t. e/t-9
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COUBT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 58C3306-B
GRACE PRANDBEN,
Plaintiff,
JACK B. FRANDSEN.
Defendant. __
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JACK B. FRANDSEN
c'o General TV"v-
Charleston, South Carolina
You, Jack B. Frandsen, are hereby ,
nonnecl mat a Bin o. > oiuptalnt for
Divorce has been filed against you,
and vou are required to serve a COS*
of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill
of Complaint on the plalntKCs Attor-
ney DAVID M. C.ONSHAK. 1009 Ills-
cavne Building. Miami 32, Florida and
(lie the original Answer or Pleading
In the office of the Clerk of the t Ir-
cull Court on or before the 2nd day
of June. 1958. If you fall to do so.
Judgment by default will be taken
against vou for the reHel demanded m
the BUI of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 25th day of April, A.D.
B. B. LEATHERMAN. f>*
Circuit Court. Dade Couniv. Fl rida
(seal) By L. A. CI.KARE,
<"ea" Deputy Clerk
D4VID M. Oo>'SH\K
1009 Blscayne Building
Miami 32. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
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