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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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>.
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKIY
Le 32 Number 20
Miami. Florida, Friday, May 16, 1958
28 Pages Two Sections
Price 20
\rael Not Aggressor;
bipartite Accord Out,
S. informs Lebanese
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
t
{USALEMIsraelis closely followed developments in Lebanon
\\ where the hard pressed government of President Camille
un told the Western powers that arms and enemy agents were
k the country by land,'sea and air, and called on the United
JGreat Britain, and France to "take up their responsibilities"
the Tripartite Declaration of 1950 because Lebanon had become
}ject of attack from abroad."
Charles Malik, Lebanese foreign minister, formally accused
kted Arab Republic of "massive interference" in Lebanon.
AT CONVENTION OPENING
SIDNIY HOLLANDER
. .* "mastitrt resistance"
[Washington, State Depart-
[cfticials said that Lebanon
not invoke the Tripartita
unless tha aggression
i the part of Israel. The
ower Doctrine could not
jght Into play, it was said,
|se this doctrine only allows
>atch of American forces
rl attack by a Communist
by state-controlled "in-
ternal Communism." Sec-
of State Dulles has de-
that he does not consider
Inited Arab Republic to be
sited by Communism. The
ic's only recourse it was
ras to the United Nations
ly Council.)
er-backed rebel elements
tntinued on Page 10A
Policy;
Score U.S.
Ike Hit for Failing to Take
Lead in Civil Rights Fracas
FOR RELATED STOKY, Sit 'STATE DtPAKTMtNT/ PACE 6-A
Sharp-criticism of Administration policy for "ineptness" in Middle
Eastern affairs and a "woeful lack of national leadership" in the area
of civil rights was expressed this week as the national biennial conven-
tion of the American Jewish Congress opened here.
South is Blamed
For Dynamitings
By Leader Here
A-prominent Southerner charged Wednesday that Southern states
bear the major responsibility for the wave of violence and bombings
that have swept over the area in recent months.'
Sidney Hollander, of Baltimore, Md., in a noon keynote speech
opening the national biennial convention of the American Jewish Con-
gress at the Carillon hotel here, declared that the Southern states' "law-
less resistance to court orders" is ultimately responsible for the assas-
sins who hurl nitroglycerine or who plant dynamite."
.._----------------------------------------------
The Baltimore Jewish leader, a
Express Co.
Denies Arabs
Caused Move
t
ISAAC TOUBIN
. ferthrishf stead
Isaac Toubin, of New York, ex-
ecutive director of the AJCon-
*gress. charged in a report to more
.than 500 delegates at the conven-
tion that the United States has
failed to develop a policy that
would offer an "alternative of
hope" to the millions of disenfran-
chised Arabs suffering! under the
burdens of militaristic dictator-
ships. This failure, he said has
contributed heavily to the "rising
influence" of Soviet Russa in the
area.
Turning to the domestic scene,
the AJCongress leader said the
moral impact of the 1954 Su-
preme Court decision outlawing
segregation has been blunted "by
failure of the Executive Branch
to take a forthright stand sup-
Continued on Page 3A
Rabbis Differ
On Man's Role
In Outer Space
NEW YORK(JTA)A famous:
Jewish theologian said this week
that the Biblical promise in Gen-
esis that man was to have "domin-
ion over every living thing
that moveth on the earth" implied
a Divine ban on outer space con-
trol.
lunche Says Scopus Talks
[overed Range of Conflict
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
ERUSALEMDr. Ralph Bunche, assistant secretary general of
ited Nations, completed a series of talks Tuesday with Israel and
officials and prepared to return to New York to report to UN
ary General Dag Haromarskjold.
most construe-*
Dr. Abraham J. Heschel, Profes-
sor of Jewish Mysticism a t t h e
Jewish Theolo,1ical Seminary, said
man had been given "the right to
master" the forces of the earth.
We were not given the right to
master the forces of other plan-
ets."
He said he was doubtful that
space navigation would reflect
"an expansion of that right be-
stowed by God on this genera-
tion: To judge from the way men
have used their power over the
earth, one doubts whether this
generation has even Droved wor-
Continued on Page 10A
former president of the National
Social Welfare Assembly, called on
the Department of Justice to re-
verse its Kands-off policy on racist
violence, "a policy which has no
justification constitutional, stu-
tory or political." He added:
"A t a time when widespread
physical damage has occurred,
with grave jeopardy to life and
limb, in an avowed effort to frus-
trate implementation o f a Su-
preme Court decision enforcing a
basic constitutional right, the
people of the United States will
not be able to reconcile inaction
by the Department of Justice."
fhe AJCongress convention
chairman noted, however, that
"we do not seek remedy in Fed-
eral action alone. Bringing the
FBI into the bombings is not the
cure-all. I speak as a Southerner,
and I say that responsibility for
halting the wave of violence and
intimidation lies not only in ef-
ficient police investigation. It
lies in the reversal of the pres-
ent policy of the Southern states
of organizing massive resistance
to the nation's desegregation pol-
icy affirmed by the Supreme
Court in its decision of May 17,
1954."
On t h e role Southern Jews
should play in the integration
crisis. Hollander told the conven-
tion:
"The Jewish community in the
South a tiny minority of 265000
in a population of 40.000,000 has
perhaps learned by this time that
the strategy of silence, of being
neutral while the fight for deseg-
regation rages, simply does not
buy protection from bombs.
"Jewish institutions are dynami-
ted because the twisted KKK men-
tality responsible for these crim-
inal outrages hates the Jew, the
Negro and the Catholic regardless
Continued on Page 3 A
NEW YORK (JTA) The
American Express Company,
which has been charged with clos-
ing its office in Israel under pres-
sure of the Arab boycott, issued a
statement this week declaring that,
the office was closed in 1*56 be-
cause it "did not create sufficient
revenues to become self-sustain-
ing."
The statement stressed that
"American Express now offers to
the traveling public a full range
of travel services to Israel, includ-
ing transportation, hotel and sight,
seeing" and has Israeli agents to
service the needs of its travel
clients at port and air terminals.
It claimed that this form of rep-
resentation through selected
agents is practised by the com-
pany in 48 other countries. It add-
ed that through local agents in
Continued on Page 2A
I described as
an hour-long meeting with
Israel Foreign Ministry offi-
-Tuesday morning, which re-
ily covered a.wide range of
is connected with the Is-
Jordan dispute over access to
It. Scopus enclave behind Jor-
in lines.
Bunche, who arrived here
Jay, previously met with Sa-
El Rifai, the Jordanian For-
Minister in Amman, and
Prime Minister Ben-Gurion.
Bunche arrived here just af-
pie Jordanians agreed to allow
JKh to Mt. Scopus an Israeli
Continued on Page SA
Church Group Pushes Bible in Schooi
CHICAGO (JTA) A state-
ment by the Church Federation
of Greater Chicago insisting that
public schools were obligated "to
recognize in positive and forth-
right policy and practice the con-
viction that true moral, ethical
and spiritual values are religious
values" evoked strong protests
from rabbinical leaders here.
The Protestant organisation,
in making the bid for teaching
of religion in public schools,
said the position was "provi-
sional" until it was reviewed
by the 27 member groups. Rab-
bi Henry Fosher, president of
the Chicago Rabbinical Assn.,
commented t h a t the general
position of the rabbinical group
was one of opposition "to the
introduction of religion in the
pvblic schools on any basis or
in any form."
Support for the Jewish position
was.offered by the Rev. Edwin
T. Buehrer. president of the Wes-
tern Unitarian Conference, who
warned that "as soon as we teach
anything" in a sehool program
"which satisfies most Christians,
H will offend many of our Jewish
friends." Dr. George L. Ford,
executive director of the National
Assn. of Evangelicals, represen-
ting the conservative Protestant
groups, said he favored Bible
reading in the public schools
"without comment."
Greek Sentenced
On Spying Charge
TEL AVIV(JTA) Alcibiades
Koukas. a Greek citizen, was sen-
tenced this week to four years'
imprisonment following h i s con-
viction on charges of spying for
the Egyptians, fhe 37-year-old
former paratrooper in the Greek
Army was arrested last Septem-
ber.
Judge M. Kennet said there waa
no doubt that Koukas had been
sent to Israel by Egyptian agents
operating out of Athens. He ex-
pressed the hope that Koukas' fate
1 would serve as a warning to oth-
ers who attempted to violate Is-
rael's security laws. A representa-
tive of the Greek consulate here
was present at the trial since its
beginning Jan. 28.
Koukas was arrested after snap-
ping pictures o f military camps
and other army installations, la
his room were found pictures and
"invisible ink." He admitted hav-
ing been contacted in Athens by a
"necktie merchant" named Tan-
a n d an Egyptian captain
named Samir.

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Combined Jewish Appeal Climbs
To $1.5 Million Mark Here
Greater Miami's Combined Jewish Appeal this week pushed past
the $1,500,000 mark. Dri\c leaders immediately announced a four-point
strategy to successfully culminate the 1958 campaign within the next
21 days.
Dr. Morris Goodman, general campaign chairman, outlined the
hard-hitting plan at an emergency meeting of the campaign cabinet.
Nearly $320,000 in potential contribution* aro ttill outstanding.
Dr. Goodman informed tho local leaders. This represents 1957 gifts
which have not yet been repeated this year.
First phase of the four-point plan will be to call upon and urge all;
former'"'*'' ** ** UBnenrtp provide the campawjn its- ba*y I* .
needed boost by turning in their pledges before June 1. Top echelon ;
Federation officers and members of the Campaign Cabinet have formed
a group of two-man solicitation teams to secure these big gifts and have
teen in action since Monday.
Second important phase will involve key workers in those trades
and professions where coverage has fallen below last year's standard".
Goodman plans to be in constant touch with key workers to make sure
that no .effort is spared in securing maximum results.
He said that, although some local businesses such as hotels and
restaurants have been particularly' affected by a sluggish tourist sea-
son, a good number of these and related industries continued to hold
the line compared with their 1957 contributions.
Meanwhile, M. J. Kopelowitz has extended his Dial-A-Thon phone
project into the outlying 26 municipalities of Dade county, to set up the
third phase described by Dr. Goodman. Volunteers are telephoning
former CJA contributors at their business and in their homes. Mrs.
Leo Gelvan, prominent communal leader in Hialeah. is chairman of the
Dial-A-Thon in her area. She is assisted by Mrs. Nathan Becker, Abra-
ham Fraidlin, and other members of the Jewish Center.
Fourth part of the mop-up operation includes the completion of all
CJA campaigns in the synagogues which have been underway for the
past three weeks. Oscar Mamber. chairman of the synagogue cam-
paign, has reported fair results among six major synagogues.
"Although our campaign nas now exceeded the 1956 totals, we have
a long, tough pull to reach the 1956 figure and our ultimate 1958 goal,"
said Dr. Goodman.
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Express Company Denies Israel's Charge
Continued from Page 1 A
Israel. American Express "con-
tinues to promote export and im-
port shipping business with Israel"
and is equipped to arrange t b e
sale of drafts payable through Is-
raeli banks.
(The Israeli Consulate in New
York commented that "the state-
ment fails to answer the main
question. It is and remains
strange that American Express
should have closed their own of-
fice in Israel in Spring 1954, a
few months after a peak year
for Israeli tourism. The alleged
commercial considerations for
this action make even stranger
reading in the light of the rec-
ord-breaking tourism to and in
Israel, stimulated by Israel's
tenth anniversary, when almost
every shipping and air line has
increased their services to Is-
rael.")
American Express emphazised
in its statement that in order to
maintain a profitable office in any
foreign country, the firm must be
able to develop travel business of j
local origin. "In the case of Israel,
business arising from this course
was negligible in view of restric-
tions imposed by the Israeli Gov-
ernment on its nationals (i.e. 40
percent travel tax. a travel allow-
ance of only $10 per person per
trip, a n d a mandatory exit per-
mil) the statement said.
"As a result travel business or-
i inating locally was almost com-
pletely confined to a few foreign
touristy and representatives of
American institutions who booked
return passage through American
Express, Tel Aviv."
The statement went on to ex-
| plain that "American Express, in
(accordance with accepted business
procedure, maintains an establish-
ed policy to close out unprofitable
offices when it appears there is
no reasonable prospect that such
enterprises can be run profitably
and when clients of the company
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its efforts to develop tourism to
Israel and to promote silaL
nancial and shipping service!
that country" and that^f
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May 16, 1958
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3-A
fe Assist Satraps, Not Democracy'
tinued from Pag* 1 A
the general goal of end-
[forms of racial and relig-
fccrimination and segrega-
report to the convention,
iongress leader assailed the
lency of State Department
,s applied to Eastern Eur-
[ the Middle East. It is iron-
ed, that "the State Depart-
esperately seeks to com-
|e with peoples living be-
Iron Curtairivin -an effort
|ect them from an all-pow-
Dmmunism, while at-the
le it says it cannot speak
to the people of the
fEast and must therefore
|i a t e with petty satraps,
aning their tottering
and discouraging their
Bd peoples from democraf-
fpotentates and power
of democracy, people and
seem to be the decisive
In the Middle East policies
[the United States and Rus-
jbin declared.
|different might be the
the Middle East today -if
Btry would insist on a firm
etween the Arab states and
tad offer a comprehensive
[economic development for
who agreed to maintain
bee. We should not ndw be
ng Russia in this desert
I, leaning on the brittle
FArab dictatorships, as the
the world hangs in the
ana of civil rights,
said, "the need for sen-
i nd courageous national
Up is desperate and is
y lacking. In ha it her
nery nor in Littto Rock
indeed, at no time sine* the
1954 Court decision his the
President committed himself to
the inherent justice of that de-
cision and its relationship t o
democratic ideas.
"In finally sending troops into
Little Rock after ambiguous de-
lay." Toubin continued, "President
Eisenhower did not once condemn
mob violence, but justified his de-
cision as necessary 'to restore
law and order.' Wittingly or not,
he has reduced the struggle for
equality Ul America to a contend elaborate effort to'tupresi th*
tior* between opposing forces de
void of any moral content."
Despite the fact that there have
been major advances in the last
two years in the struggle for full
equality, Toubin declared, "thepic-
ture as a whole does not give
solid basis for optimism. The en-
couraging progress made in bord-
er areas immediately after the Su-
preme Court's decision has slowed
down almost to a halt," he pointed
out, noting that seven Southern
states still have loo percent segre-
gation in their public grade and
high schools.
"We must face the fact." Tou-
bin went on, "that there is a real
possibility of ultimate defeat in
the struggle*to end racial segrega-
tion. The proponents of massive
resistance in the South are not
fighting for delay or moderation.
Their aim is reversal in law, or
nullification in fact, of the Su-
preme Court's decision. Every ef-
fort must be made to avert such
a disaster."
A n "alarming development"
during the past two years in th*
area of freedom of expression,
Toubirt Said, was the launching
in 11 Southern states of "an
National Assn. for the Advance-
ment of Colored People and oth-
er anti-segregation Organizations
in defiance of the constitutional
guarantee of freedom of associa-
tion."
This attack on the NAACP. th
AJCongress leader continued,
"raises questions much broader
than 'the issue of racial segrega-
tion. The governrrients of these 11
states have, in effect, asserted the
right to suppress any organized
activity that they regard as'unde-
sirable. 9uch an assertion bf power
must be of concern to all Ameri-
cans, regardless of their views onT
civil rights."
Dad* County Employ Physically Handicapped Committee is
incorporated by signature of Judge J. Fritz Gordon. Looking on
(left to right) are Col. M. Dillon, Leo Axlrod, Richard O'Mara,
Lucius Daniel and Col. Michael Isenberg. Committee's pro-
gram is designed to assist handicapped persons prove their
eguivalent worth with fellow-employees in jobs suited to their
capabilities. Figures show handicapped frequently surpass
normal individuals In employment efficiency.
South is Held Responsible
For Violence to Synagogues
the steady erosfon and diminish-
ing of its grandeur in a century
of climactic and searching chang-
es'."
Ah)o addressing t h e convention
Wednesday night was Dr. Nahiim
G o 1 d m a n n, president of the
World Jewish Congress. Indicating
that the general situation of the
Jewish communities of the f ree
world is stable and quiet both po-
litically and economically, D r .
Continued from Pago 1 A
of what he says or does. Jewish
communal leaders and rabbis
must realise that they have a stake
in desegregation and in obtaining
prompt compliance to the Supreme
ISRAEL
Goldmann warned that "unfortun-
ately this facade is "greatly mis-
leading, and the fact that we are
self-deceived by this facade exa-
cerbates the dangers of the situa-
tion."
According to Dr. Goldmann. the
threat to Jewish 'existence today
"has its root, in fact, in the stable
and becalmed situation in which
most Jewish communities find
themselves."
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Court's mandates. They must seek
every constructive opportunity to
join with others in defending these
mandates. In discouraging lawless
resistance to these mandates, they
will be upholding law and order
and protecting their own securi-
ty."
In an address before a packed .
convention auditorium Wednesday
evening, Alabama Negro leader
Rev. Martin Luther King. Jr..
warned delegates "that the segre-
gationist makes no fine distinc-
tions between the Neyro and the
Jew." Rev. King said that "the
irrational hatred motivating his
actions is as readily turned agains;r
Catholic, Jew, Quaker. Liberal and
One-Worlder, as it is against the
Negro."
Rev. King, who was hurled in-
to national prominence with his
leadership of th* Birmingham,
Ala., Negro bus boycott, declar-
ed: "Standing hero In a Southern
city before an audience of South-
erners. Northerners, Westerners.
Christians and Jews, I say. as I
have said to hundreds of thous-
ands of .Negroes and Jews, that
if the Southern White were
freed of aHificlally contrived re-
straints, his instinctive will to
fairness would bring him to op-
pose the racists. The forces of
evil are a minority in this na-
tion."
Warning the convention about
t h e dangerous alternatives to a
full compliance with the ruling on
desegregation, Rev. King added:
"America, the first nation to elec-
trify the world with a new concept
of man's capability of self-rule
without monarchs or regents, must
fulfill the promises of Its Consti-
tution and Declaration of Indepen-
dence. Failing this," Rev. King
said, "no power of nuclear weap-
ons or limitless wealth can prevent
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Friday. May 16. 1958
26 Iyar 5718
Number 20
A Major Maritime Victory
With little or no fanfare, a conference con-
cluded in Geneva last week brings to a close
the aftermath of Israel's daring penetration into
the Sinai Peninsula on Oct. 29, 1956.
The 87-nation maritime conference decided
in favor of permitting innocent passage of ship-
ping through straits connecting the high seas
with national or international waters.
In effect, this underscores Israel's right to
use the Strait of Tiran and the Gulf of Aqaba.
which give the Jewish State's port of Elath ac-
cess to the Red Sea.
The initial Sinai Peninsula thrust had two
goals. It sought to oust Egyptian commando
troops there and to put an end to illegal nightly
forays into Israeli territory. It also successfully
attempted to knock out Nasser's guns on the
Strait of Tiran, which had for years denied Is-
raeli shipping access to the Strait.
It is apparent that the West will increasing-
ly feel the ill-effects of the frustration of the first
goal when the U.S. led a UN move to force
Israel back from Sinai and the Gaza Strip with-
out first getting iron-bound assurances of the
Arab leadership's willingness to work toward
a permanent peace settlement in the Middle
East.
Egypt President Nasser's trip to Russia last
week, our own nth-hour decision to unfreeze
Egyptian funds here as a neutralizing agent for
Nasser's friendship with the Reds these are
only two current examples of the problems fac-
ing the West because of short-sightedness or
outright bigotry in State Department policy dur-
ing the negotiations following the Sinai action.
But no matter how adament we were in de-
manding Israel's unconditional withdrawal, on
one issue this nation stood firm: Israel's right to
access through the Strait of Tiran. It was. as
a matter of fact, our government that first tested
and proved this right by sending an American
shipment to Elath through the contested water-
way.
The 87-nation maritime conference in
Geneva last week, though failing specifically to
mention Elath. the Strait of Tiran or, indeed,
any specifics of the case, affirmed nonetheless
as a matter of general policy the major goal Is-
rael achieved when she sent her troops pouring
into the Sinai Peninsula on Oct. 29, 1956her
right not to be bottled up and blocked from ac-
cess to the sea as an act of aggression by her
neighbors.
JFS Annual Meeting Here
Program of the Jewish Family Service an-
nual meeting Sunday promises to be an inter-
esting one.
JFS, as a pioneer among Jewish commun-
ity organisations with budget and planning ties
to county-wide philanthropy here, will present
among its speakers Roy Kitts and Tom Winter-
steen. noted Dade professionals in the welfare
field.
Joining them will be Dr. Benjamin B. Rosen-
berg, executive director of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation.
To be anticipated is a compehensive view
of Jewish Family Service as a welfare agency
which, in a variety of programs, serves the
needs of the area.
Of particular interest should be the JFS
annual report, demonstrating the agency's
many services to the community during the
past year. Apart from its activities in the fields
of foster care, adoption, vocational guidance,
marriage and family counseling, special at-
tention for the aged, as well as a host of others,
JFS also expects to offer a bird's eye view Sun-
day into its dynamic plans for the future.
These include possible expansion of the
agency's services, with the establishment of
branch offices in Miami Beach and Hollywood,
and further action on a Federation proposal
for an independent Jewish Vocation Service.
All in all, the annual JFS meeting Sunday
will underscore the agency's continuing aim
of service to the individual, his family and his
community.
Investigate Him .
Putting it More Accurately
The position that the Rabbinical Assembly
of America took on the issue of desegregation
at its 58th annual convention is a laudable one.
We agree that Jews must not remain silent
when a segment of the American people is
denied equality.
It is our belief that Jews should always
speak out in the face of injustice. In addition to
questions of simple morality and humanitarian-
ism, history teaches that active anti-Semitism is
never far behind initial manifestations of
bigotry.
This is not an expedient way of urging
American Jewry toward a more earnest appli-
cation of the principles of democracy. It is, in-
stead, a practical way of demonstrating the
fundamental nature of anti-integrationist forces
whether they parade in the violent guise of
the "Confederate underground" or under the
passive banner of "citizens for states' righto."
We must however, take issue with the
Conservative rabbinate in its approach to the
problem. A significant part of the convention's
presentation was related to Southern Jewish
communities and to the fear these communities
have of a bold program of support for integra-
tion.
There is no question, as the Rabbinical
Assembly recognized, that Jews constitute a
small minority in fhe South. Neither does one
deny that Southern Jews often prefer not to
speak out alone "when their economic security,
social standing or even their well-being
may be placed in jeopardy."
These are all specific aspects of Jewish life
in the Southland. But what of these specifics
in the North? The Rabbinical Assembly would
seem to imply that Northern Jews have no
trouble in expressing intearationist sentiments
because racial problems are far less acute
there.
As we see it. this is an old stereotype that
has. itself, contributed to the tardy enforce-
ment of the May. 1954 Supreme Court ruling,
from a realistic point of view, the facts indicate
that the South has no monopoly on race pre-
judice. ^
This to no evasive cry of "You're guilty
.u *iJ5UV* r^1"* a remil>der the North also have problems peculiar to their
environment, with which they must cope in an
open expression of pro-integration feeling The
question is not what Jews of the South should or
should not do. The question, more accurately
put, is: What should Jews do? What is the role
of the American Jewish community in the bat-
tle for justice and equality for all?.
La no.* "SO".* isw~ *ain in order; it had better "H t?^
--------- results than are thus far evident in the Middle Fast u -
_L on there is repeated in South America, one mav w*ii J..WrdvtJ
the future. U.S. schizophrenia abroad is bv no.. dd*3
mented affair. We can no longer be accused of ,?-C'WHF
doing another. Even our control over verbal dunr lkHi
are by now living in a world of our own makine-a ,U **d
related to political and economic realities. w 1*"
This is particularly true in the Middle Eat -u
steadily lost ground since 1953. Enhanced U S nri '
^hj^nclusion of World War II. dictated that "etafc '^
there on the heels of the British withdrawal Alow N
jackal like critics of colonialism, we bayed at England'"'^ *5
tributed in no small measure to the diminution of her .w^i
a world power-and by way of an alternative offered?^4
constructive -v fruitful in our own Middle Eastern lpiL~I?a
Say what one will of British diplomacy-howeveTfctH^T
one's memories may be of the Mandate davs in P.i *-i
would never have stood quiescently by to see her euarSl
solved in flood of ineptitude. But Washington has hZ*r*4
cisely this fashion, waiting, still hoping for the prooerT !
appraisal that somehow consistently eludes Mr Dnii.. ^"fl
partment of State. u"" M
IT WOULD SEEM clear that the time is long over "when w
1 impunity, blame others for our failures For examol!0^''
absurdity hotly io accuse the Russians of waging uniui'l"
warfare against us or of expanding her political and'industriil a*.
of influence in a crushing pincer move directed against th, u-
this nation. These, principally, are the tactics the So J2L'
in the Middle East. It is our fault that they were not tnrZ?!
successfully avoided. ,orMwM
No less do I find it indefensible that we accuse the world rfi
gratitude after all the assistance it has received from us Franl
Marshall Plan on down, economic aid was designed to fimefiaiV
deterrent against the encroachment of Communism, it js ^
be argued that the larger purpose is. in a measure, achieve i
has only to think of Italy, Greece and even France to con. Bfa
conclusion. Why, then, should gratitude be expected for h]
merely another weapon of defense?
If those who have coincidentally benefit ted from US aidi
us, the reasons for the dislike lie elsewheremainly in th,
disturbance that is Europe's lot today, compounded by the Coani
ist disturbance that it the world's legacy at large, and with rb*ti
have thus far failed to cope.
If there is to be an agonizing reappraisal at all,
precisely here: searching examination of our own inadequaaa]
the role we inherited at the conclusion of World War II. But.
regard, dislike must never be equated with gratitude oa taeottUa
Nor must Soviet economic expansion, on the other, excite aw wM
in the same way that Communist tyranny does.
: -:- : :
THESE ARE FUNDAMENTALLY different if distantly reUtala]
sues. To confuse them is to fall more deeply into the ami
for our destruction. The logical thing would be to benefit freji
past errors. Russian ascendancy in the Middle Fast is a case uj
In the immediate vief, it begins with the Dulles courtship of Eeffcl
favqr spiced by a defberate slight of Israel. Designed to saw H
friendship for the Arab League on the basis of a clear derm
of favor in the Israel-Arab conflict, Mr. Dulles' diplomacy it !ht]
set betrayed its naivete at best and bigotry at worst.
For one thing, it showed ignorance of the fact that ofsuarj
as 1953 Egypt might well have been used as a willing instraa**aw
for the attainment of a permanent Israel-Arab peace. But Mr Mm
"simplicity" did not stop there. In a second grand gesture of fnt|
ship, he appointed outspoken anti-Israel State Department cineratj
Henry Byroade as Ambassador to Egypt. It was in the wake of a* j
roade's Cairo tenure that the major joint U.S. Western disastenattl
place: the Soviet-Egyptian arms deal of September. 1955; the lutis*,]
ization of the Suez Canal less than a year later; American fulml
offer support to the Franco-British-Israeli campaign of October A
that would have effectively destroyed Nasser and deterred EaiJ
from further invasion of the Middle East.
Can we apply to Nasser the same cry of ingratitude ** eajj
in Europe because the Egyptian dictator looks to Russia today-ell
Dulles diplomacy bailed him out of defeat at the hands of ths paign? The answer here, again, is that we can not. The US p"l
on this action is the culminating point in our tragic failure aW
Middle East.
U -:- : -: ;-
ISRAEL'S INVASION OF Sinai and the Hungarian revohitke 9J;
Soviet oppression occurred almost simultaneously. At theW
chief of the U.S. delegation Henry Cabot Lodge deplored the eras*
Russian counter offensive, demanded Israel's withdrawal IrssP
and a Fraeco-British withdrawal from Suez. In each insU,c*'rn
national law and moral consideration were on our side; in '**
stance, we have since been defeated. For the world little cares M
or remembers our verbal defense of Hungary; and Nasser."**Ebb
the ashes of his ruin, cavorted la the Soviet Union last week.
A chie to the incompatible results of our presumably
motives lies perhaps here: Britain's action in Egypt may ven
have been her final effort to wrest from America's shaky M"
helm of Middle Eastern leadership. Similarly. French 'rVJ
have been designed to bolster her sagging prestige in North
But Israel's campaign in Sinai had none of these ulterior motive* i
rael fought to survive. ^ I
Yet Dulles foreign policy made no distinctions in its ""*
board condemnation of the affairneither by way of rtC<*"JZlff
object lessonlor this nation in the Franco-British move, norj* .
op on iu relentless contribution to the Arab war of attrition *
Iarie'- J
Into these troubled waters, the Soviet Union has *^,e^>]
prospered. State Department leadership shows the VS. V ^A
profited from its errors. Both Mr. Dulles and the **"%?,*&
since played toady to King Saud. only to find him b> P'^^Lfjajl
untied Egyptian assets frozen here in the aftermath of t"e.^SnBlj
fiasco when Nasser announced he was going.on a tour ot ^
Lnion; looked to Lebanon as a new-found friend-only to *w
formation library there burned and our Embass> besieged ^
Only toward Israel have our policies remained ^nslrt,^*ill
ruffled. We refused to show more than minimum diptomaej ^
by way of offering America's best wishes on the 0CCt>M^mMim
Ish States tenth anniversary. After ell. our Arab frienas
offended.


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linche Says Scopus Talks Covered Wide Range of Conflict
fcontinued from Page \A
By they had held up for two
by insisting that two "espion-
gents" be removed from it.
sources said that the Jordan-
Bad given in after receiving a
Bial message from Mr. Ham-
Kold, who returned Sunday to
work from Geneva. Nonethe-
fthe Jordan papers claimed
kr that the convoy had been
[tted through only after the
sraelis, A. Levi and A. Cohen,
h! rMoveu'.............."
a von Horn, who was feted by
brdanians in Jerusalem Satur-
ught, actually upheld Israel's
btion that the Urrutia agree-
[gave the Jordanians no right
ktrol personnel going to the
copus enclave. Only the UN
he right of control over the
Kys. the Israelis insisted.
^rmal sources here said the
[topics of Dr. Bunche's con-
lions during his visit included
kiestion as to whether Jordan
e right to veto either person
|r supply components of the
lys.
he Jordanians had held up
convoy, which provides sup-
Hi and personnel relief to the
Bison guarding Hadassah and
Brew University buildings in
I isolated enclave in Jorden-
I old Jerusalem, with a com-
Hat against two of the 15 civil-
H in tha convoy, A. Cohen and
KrvL
Tnice Chief Gen. von Horn
Hteri the Jordan charge after 48
H of conferences with Israel
[Jordan officials, as well as
Mr. Hammarskjold. Israel
!no difficulty demonstrating
oth Cohen and Levi had been
^previous convoys as inspec-
the Hebrew University Li-
f and Hadassah Hospital and
official list of infiltrators of
[Jordan and Israel, recorded
|e UN, did not include Levi
hen.
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["OR, The Jewish Floridian:
rant to extend my congratula-
| to you on the editorial in the
of Apr. 11, where you took
with the action of the Fed-
on executive on the expansion
^certain program for the Jew-
Family Service,
bet her I personally agree or
gree with you is beside the
I think it is a sign of forth-
|ness" on your part that a writ-
Comment should have appeared
Jour editorial page.
pe average people know little
Be work of Federation, except
l-raising activities, and this is
Of the few instances where The
rtian has taken issue with the
bn of the Executive.
lie community needs a public
im and 1 hope that from time to
p local matters will not only be
feed but dissents also noted.
SEYMOUR B. LIEBMAN
Miami
I TOR. The Jewish Floridian:
he situation in the Middle East
Is for a protest on the part of
f Jews of the United States to
tributing any more money to
United Nations in support of
Arab refugees.
ftese people could work out
lr salvation in the countries
rounding Israel by farming and
ling as their forefathers did.
hese 626,000 Arabs are being
srted in idleness by the taxa-
of our people. These Arabs
waiting for the destruction of
Bel, and the Jews of the United
Jtes are hatpin; to keep them
'so that they can accomplish
lr purpose.
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US Optimistic About Midml
WASHINGTON-(JTA)-A top State Department eft*
Ihe current position of the Eisenhower Administrate **
East this week as being one of growing optimism abou'",'" ^
tions with the United Arab Republic and continuing i m?t0f*
prospects for easing the Arab-Israel deadlock. lmH**
Dt. rving Lehrmcm, spiritual leader of Temple
Emanu-El. presents Israel President Itzhak Ben-
Zvi with scroll signed by Florida Gov. LeRoy
Collins greeting people oi Israel on tenth anni-
versary occasion, Looking on are Mrs. Ben-
Zvi (left). Samuel Friedland (second from right).
board chairman of Food Fair Stores, and Max
Oicvitz, Miami Beach industrialist. Ceremony
took place in President Ben-Zvi's garden in
Jerusalem. SctoII was brought to Holy Land
by Dr. and Mrs. Lehrman and Mr. and Mrs.
Friedland on their just-completed trip there.
Spiritual Leader, Emanu-El President Honored at Reception
Dr. Bernard Mandelbaum. dean ception being tendered Dr. and
of students at the Jewish Theolo Mrs. Irving Lehrman and.Mr. and
ical Seminary of America Rabbin- Mrs. Samuel Friedland upon their
ical School, was to be speaker at return from Israel.
a -Friends of the Seminary" re ..
___________________________- Tl^ reception, which also cli-
maxes Tempi* Eminu-EI'i an-
nual effort en behalf of the Sem-
inary, the United Synagogue and
Rabbinical Assembly, was to bo
hold Thursday evening i n t h e
Rosewood room of the Fontaine-
bleau hotel.
Chairman of the affair was to oe
Judge Irving Cypen. Vice chair-
men are Samuel J. Halperin. Jos-
Brandeis Hadassah Installs
Brandeis group of Hadassah will
have an installation brunch Thurs-
day. May 22. at the Deauville hotel
Miami Beach chapter of Hadassah
president Mrs. Joseph Shapiro will
install Mrs. Irving Fierston pre>-
ident of the Brandeis group.
JWV Post Takes Part in Affairs
Surfside Bay Harbor Post of the presentation. The hall, soon to be
Jewish War Veterans was partici
pant and host in presenting the
national and post colors at a pre-
inaugural opening recently of the
.social hall of Temple Ner Taraid.
Department inspector Mitchell
P. Reimer and the staff made the
completed, is being built in mem-
ory' of the late Samuel Sklar.
Surfside also participated in the
presentation of colors at a recent
celebration in honor of the tenth
anniversary of the State of Israel.
Beth Jacob Congregation was host,
with Rabbi Tibor Stern officiating.
eph M. Lipton. Leo Robinson and
Markus O. Sarokin.
Dr. Mandelbaum also serves as
Seminary supervisor for the Etern-
al Light radio program and the
Frontiers of Faith television pro-
gram.
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Sol Goldman will be installed for
h's third term as president of the
Bureau of Jewish Education q?
Greater Miami at t h e Deauville
hotel. Thursday evening, May 22.
This will mark the annual meet-
ing of the organization, at which
time a report of the activities o(|
the group will be made, and prizes-
will be awarded to winners of the
Bureau's annual essay and art con-
test.
The Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion supervises the courses of
instruction in the Jewish schools
of Greater Miami, end Is located
at 135 NW 3rd ave.
A report, "Message from Israel,"
will be among major addresses
presented by Dr. Irving Lehrman, i
spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-'
El, who has Just returned from a I
tour through tbe Holy Land and I
an conference of Jewish educators
hire.
A principal part of the program |
will be a salute to the 47 Bureau-
licensed Hebrew teachers in the i
Greater Miami area. The awarding j
of prizes in the essay and art con-
test will be made by Stanley C.
Myers, honorary president of tbe
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
and chairman of the Greater Mi-
ami Committee for the Celebration
of Israel's Tenth Anniversary.
Mrs. Louis Glasser is chairman
of the annual meeting.
Installing officer is Dr. Benja-
min B. Rosenberg, executive direc-
tor of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation. In addition to Gold-
man, he will install the following:
M. A. Baskin. Charles E. Gottlieb.
Leo Robinson, vice presidents;
Mrs. Louis Glasser, secretary; Col.
Dudley O. Brudy, treasurer; Ma-
tilda H. Ratner. honorary presi-
dent: Louis Heiman. Max MeiseL
Benjamin Meyers, past presidents;
and Harold Thurman, Joseph Dun-
tov, Harry Simonhoff. Ethel Les-1
owoder, honorary vice presidents.
Assistant Secretary of State Wil-
liam M. Rountree, State Depart-
ment officer in charge of Near
Eastern Affairs, testified to that
effect before t h e Senate Foreign)
Relations Committee. He told the
C4 mmittee that "the maintenance
of the uneasy peace between Uu
Arab states and Israel is Mstste 1
by the continued presence of the
United Nations Emergency Force
in Gaza and Sinai and of UN ob-
servers elsewhere in the area."
He said that the United States
was doing everything it could to
help work out a solution of the
Arab-Israel problem, which he
said was providing an opportuni-
ty for Soviet exploitation. Add-
ing that the Russians were tak-
ing advantage of this "most ex-
plosive" issue, he said he
thought it wes very difficult to
see any possibilities of n easing
of the Israel-Arab deadlock.
The State Department official
declined to comment publicly on _,
a Senator's question as to whether pon was w"houl '*
the easing of Middle East tensions
was a proper subject for the
agenda of a summit conference.
He said he would answer the ques-
tion privately.
He disclosed that the Eisenhower
Administration had relaxed restric-
tions on the shipment of "quasi-
military goods" to the United Arab
Republic. He later told newsmen
that this would permit sending of
spare parts for military vehicles'
and that the amount oi equipment
to be shipped is small. He called
the easing an indication of "im-
proved relations" between the
United states and the
wd "we hope that i.
Oues." '
-Jba..Vat>.
said th# oluticn~(
refug.ee problem
the settlement of
tions and that it M
difficult" to ,e|, c
the problem as
tion.
Asserting that he $n J
hood of an early solution
Arab refugee problem.
said he regretted thai",
ent solution to the laraeni
blem of more than <*m
tunate Palestine refuge*,
yet been found, despite
sistent efforts."
In previously secret ,,
released this week, he deatf
port that Israel ha,d askt(
atomic weapons, a rumor
ed Mar. 18 by columnia
Thompson. Rountree said
Social Club Douce
North Shore Jewish feato]
cial Club held a dance
evening at the Center. l
men and women were mutaT
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Emanu-EI Students
Will Graduate
Temple Emanu-EI will conduct
annual graduation services Friday
evening, honoring students of the
Temple's daily religious school
who have completed five years of
study, according to Israel Ribner,
director of education.
10 Years Ago this Week
REVIVAL: As part Of a project
for closer relations between Ru-
manian Jews and the Jewries of
neighboring countries, a delegation
of the Jejih Democratic Com-
mittee of Rumania arrived in Bud-
apest to cortfer with Budapest
Jewish community leaders on a
cultural exchanye program.
r
A. Cantor (second fr6m left), associate
ion of Florida chapter of'Yesliiva Uni-
bty, is host at Apr. 16 dinner party in Fon-
jbleau hotel for Albert Einstein College of
[icine of Yeshiva University in honor of
rles H. Silver (third from left), president of
of Education of City of New York and
vice chairman of board of trustees of Yeshiva.
Looking on are Leo Robinson (left), chairman
of Florida chapter; Charles Gillman (second
from right), member of Board of Education,
City of New York; and Dr. Benjamin Fine,
newly-appointed dean of Yesiva's Graduate
School Division.
ii B'rith to Hold Confab in Israel;
in Presented 'President's Medal'
kSHINGTON B'nai B'rith
tsident. Philip M. Klutznick
need last week that the or-
ation will hold its 1959 trien-
Dnvention in Israel.
decision was voted by B'nai
i's national administrative
Itttee meeting here following
lew of the problems involved
Unsporting delegates and ar-
nu sessions.
znick said more than 1,000
! B'rith delegates and guests
|he United States and Canada
additional several hundred
[Europe and Latin America
ected to participate. It will
largest single contingent to
rael as a group.
1 a recent award banquet,
ali Ambassador Abba Eban
>he B'nai B'rith leaders that
ill begins bar second decade
erfect confidence" her
Ihood will endure.
Jit is needed "above all else"
[friendly powers he said, "is
eater measure of clarity and
fcon in their existing policies
instance to any attack on the
eignty and independence of
MiddIe*Eastern states."
Bayshore Exchange Club
fleets Mayer President >
Bayshore Exchange Club elected
Budd Mayer president at a meet-
ing last week.
Others elected were Samuel W.
Klutznick presented the Israeli IShapiro, vice president; Stanley
re-
for cardiovascular IC- ym Hayen hag been e,ected presi.
i i .k search at Mt- Sinai Hospital recent- dent o fte jjttle River Lions Club.
fits of American aid. nition. I Insurance Agency.______________
Ambassador with the B'nai B'rith
President's Medal, citing him for
"humanitarian contributions to the
welfare and adavancement of the
Jewish community."
In a speech urging public sup-1
port of an accelerated foreign eco- j $io,O00
nomic aid program
Bookbinder, secretary; Arthur
Singer, treasurer; George Gflman,
Maurice Orovitz and Joseph Wies-
ner, members of the board of con-
trol.
An annual Fellowship award of
A special program his been plin-
ned for the service in which the
graduates will participate. They
are:
Allan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Albert; David, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Murray Borenstein; StcDhen. son
of Mr. and Mrs. Simon Gould; Ed-
ward, son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip
Grenwald.
James, son of Mr. and Mrs. Theo-
dore Hankoff; David, son of M-s.
Grace Horwitz; Jeffrev. son of Mr.
and Mrs. Leonard K in; Barry,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Katzen;
Elaine, daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
Milton Lubarr.
Daniel, son of Mrs. Hariette Le-
vine; Stanley, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Muravchick; Dorothy,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Roloff; Jonathan, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Turk.
Dr. Irving Lehrman will officiate
and Samuel Friedland, president of
the congregation, and Dr. Herman
R. Mechlowitz, chairman of the
board of education, will present the
diplomas.
Following the service, a recep-
tion will be held honoring the grad-
uates and welcoming home Dr. and
Mrs. Lehrman upon their return
from Israel.
Lions Elect Haven Chief
Miami insurance executive Mar-
Development Week
At Nursery Schools
Early Childhood Development
WeelT aTthtr GTemerWISmi Jfcwish
Community Center nursery schools
begins Friday with open house and
spring registration, for the fall
term starting Tuesday, Sept. 2.
During the open house period,
all visitors will have an opportun-
ity to observe the program and to
become familiar with the qualifi-
cations of the teaching staff, as
well as the approach used by these
schools in dealing with children on
a pre-school level.
"The GMJCC nursery schools
place their major attention upon
the individual development of each
child in small groups with activi-
ties geared toward such develop-
ment, based upon each child's, own
level of ability," supervisor Ethel
Grossman explained Wednesday.
"Since only a limited number of
children can be served at each
branch, early registration will as-
sure the admission of those who
register at this time of the year."
The GMJCC nursery school pro-
grams are located at the following
branches: Town YMHA, 450 SW
16th ave.; Beach YMHA, 1536 Bay
rd.; North County YMHA, 14036
NE 6th ave.
In-the fall, a fourth school will
be offered at Southwest YMHA,
Coral Way and SW 72nd ave.
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, of Realtors held at Flamin-
in the Everglades National
and delivered what is con-
_jd to be the "southernmost
Ich ever given on the mainland
V United States."
Is subject was "When is a
per Entitled to a Commission?"
lebman. a practising attorney
offices in Miami and Home-
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he Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
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Jewish Family Service
Annual Meet Sunday
Jewish Fmily Service will hold its 38th annual meeting Sunday
rooming at the Seville hotel. Titled "Organising the Community* Vol-
untary Welfare Services: A Progress Report," the meeting will include
a panel presentation by Roy Kitts, of the United Fund of Dade County;
Tom Wintersteen, of the Welfare Planning Council of Dade County; and
Dr. Benjamin B. Rosenberg, of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
Alvin Cassel. JFS president, ex-
plained Wednesday that with the
formation of the United Fund. Jew-
ish Family Service, like all other
former Community Chest agencies,
transferred membership to the new-
financing body. "Simultaneously.
with Federation establishing a for-
mal relationship with the United
Fund to act as the budgeting and
planning body for the Jewish agen-
cies which are members of the
Fund. Jewish Family Service and
Federation entered into a new re-
lationship."
Cassel said that "whereas, in
th past, JFS was a member of
Federation and active in its de
liberations, the only programs
for which Fodoration had a di-
rect responsibility were the care
of Now Americans and the voca-
tional services The now rela-
tionship brings the Ml rango of
JFS service* into the orbit of
Federation's interest and respon-
sibility.''
"This new relationship should
serve." be said, "to advance com-
munity understanding and integra-
tion, and lead to greater efficiency
in planning among Jewish oper-
ating services. Contemporary fam-
ily and child care programs, based
upon the utilization of skilled pro-
fessional practice, are complex
and take time for understanding. It
is tpj>e expected, then, that Feder-
ation and Jewish Family Service
have a great deal to share together
in the months and years ahead of
us."
The same positive feeling. JFS
reports, has been expressed in a
letter of greeting to the agency,
written by Aaron Kanner. pres-
ident of "Federation. Kanner, in
commending the JFS leadership,
declared that "we are aware that
for many years the leadership of
Jewish Family Service has made
significant contributions, not only
to the specific areas of its own
j service, but also to the general wel-
I fare of our community ... we
know that we can depend on JFS
land its leadership to continue in
this constructive path. You, in
turn, may depend on Federation's
leadership to support your aim of
providing services of the highest
possible standard in all aspects of
your operation."
The Sunday annual meeting
brings together a report of pro-
gress in community organization
and in the internal operations of
JFS. suggesting that social work in
Dade county is keeping pace with
the general growth and progress of
the community. Title of the an-
nual report is "Working Together
to Help People."
M. IfNJAMIM KOSMBUO
tor urn
Invitations in Mail for Federation's
20th Annual Meeting at Americana
' 0" "WBtJTfflf
Form New Agency to Help Dade
Battle Against All Crippling Diseases
A new non-profit agency to help
Dade county unite in its figiht
against all the crippling and dis-
abling diseases that afflict man-
kind was chartered last week in
the offices of Circuit Court Judge
Robert H. Anderson.
The United Better Health Foun-
dation, formed by a group of Dade
civic leaders, will develop a plan-
ned approach to research, a com-
munity-wide program of health
education and direct health ser-
vices to meet the needs of the
"whole man."
Uszfs Works D'ncwssod
Franz Liszt and bis works will
be discussed by Mme. Hilda Steu-
erman at the Wednesday. May 21,
Music Workshop class in the Mi-
ami Public Library Auditorium.
Funds to support the now or-
ganisation will com* from the
United Fwnd of Dado County,
from bequests and other sources,
but the fs.iidarlsn will not be
an arm or branch of the, United
Fund. It will bo separate, auton-
omous agency concerned with
uniting all pariss and organi-
sations interested in masting the
growing needs i n the health
field.
will be made up of leafcw,
cians and administrators ;!
cal and research pregmm,.
educators, general doc*M
administrators of agomg
ted with the field of i
health education and services.
Two thirds of the I
elude representative* el a
ganizations. service cbh, i
clubs, labor orgaoiutlt
hers of commerce, i
radio television, businest i
dustry and the
larje.
Invitations are now in the mail Federation,
for the 20th anniversary celebra-
tion of the Greater Miami Jewish
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and social event will be held in the
Grand ballroom of the Americana
hotel to accommodate what is ex-
pected to be the largest attendance
at any Federation meeting to date.
"This will be a twin celebration."
meeting chairman Sam Blank said
Wednesday. "First of all. the Fed-
eration family of agencies, their I
officers and friends, will celebrate '
the 20th birthday in a spirit of
unity, friendship, and conviviality.
"The second significant aspect
of the evening's program will bo
a salute to Israel on its tenth
| anniversary, with special recog-
nition of its struggle to be born,
survive and grow.**
Invitations mailed to several
thousand Federation members
bear the biblical inscription "Be-
hold How Good and How Pleasant
it is for Brethren to Dwell To-
gether in Unity."
Blank pointed out that Federa-
tion was founded in 1938 by a group
of Jewish leaders "who were
moved by the concept expressed
in this quotation. It was the ex-
press wish of these pioneers to re-
em pasize the importance of uni-
fied thinking and action in behalf
of the Jewish community."
Participating in special cere-
monies will bo Stanley C. Myers,
a founder of Fodoration who has
held the high office of president
on three occasions. He is the
currant honorary president.
Mrs. Milton Sirkin, program
chairman, has announced that Mrs.
Samuel Simonhoff, president of the
Women's Division, will head the
hostesses committee. Mrs. Charles
Feinberg and Mrs. Edward Oppen-
heim have been named co-chair-
men of arrangements, assisted by
Mrs. Henry Seitlin. John Serbin
and Mrs. Arthur Burrell.
Mrs. Aaron Farr. CJA campaign,
chairman of the Women's Division,
is chairman of the attendance
committee, assisted by Judge Mil-
ton A. Friedman. Leo Eisenstein.
Mrs. George Graham and Mrs.
Harry' B. Smith
The foundation will administer,
distribute and budget both in Dade
county and elsewhere, either di-
rectly or through eligible corpora-
tions concerned with research,
health education and direct health
services in relationship to crip-
pling and disabling diseases.
It will immediately review re-
quests from local research cen-
ters to allocate funds raised for
heart and cancer causes in last
year's United Fund campaign. The
fund will turn over the entire
amount raised for the two causes
to the foundation for budgeting
to organizations working in these
two fields.
In the future the foundation ex-
pects to include all diseases where
major research, health education
and direct health services are
needed thus eliminating duplica-
tion and overlapping of services in
research grants and health edu-
cation.
The foundation will be managed
by a board of directors of not less
than ten or more than 15 mem-
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\S Programs Broaden to Serve Community More Efficiently
ring the past year, the Wel-
fpianning Council of Dade
has had to plan on new
jures, particularly in view
development of the United
The immediate involve
Jewish Family Service in
[unity planning, with this
conducted through the
^il, has now turned to the
Br Miami Jewish Federa-
extensive participation of
Igency in general Welfare
^ing Council affairs, how-
is not reduced by these
ps. JFS delegates have
[active in many phases of
irvey of Family and Child
ervices being conducted by
Duncil, and the agency ex-
fin the near future to receive
iirvey findings affecting it-
vhen these are completed.
^companying these sweep-
community changes, the
I report to b* presented
Jewish Family Service
in? Sunday morning in the
|lle hotel, describes other
ilopments significant in
the evolution of this agency. In
the middle of 1957, tn Jewish
Welfare Federation of Holly-
wood called upon JFS to extend
Its services to that community.
It has been reported for some
years that an increasing num-
ber of femilies in the South
Florida area have been turning
to the agency for help with a
variety of personal and family
problems.
This has extended as far as
Palm Beach, Orlando, Sarasota
and Key West. "Th. organization
of a formal service for a com-
munity outside ot Dade county,"
JFS president Alvin Cassel ex-
plained, "requires a planful un-
dertaking by the community, in-
cluding a readiness to finance the
costs involved. Such was the pro-
posal of the Hollywood commun-
ity, so that it became possible for
the agency to offer service on a
demonstration and experimental
basis."
Agency administration has said
that this program will be watch-
ed very carefully to determine if
a sound operating procedure can
)l!meiit Almost Complete at Center's
Summer Day Camps in Miami Area
llment for the four summer
ups sponsored by the Great-
|mi Jewish Community Cen-
tnow almost complete, ac-
, to an announcement by
ar Gelheir-, county day camp
ee chairman.
JC will again conduct a day
program in four different lo-
for eight weeks beginning
cat the followine addresses:
Branch. 450 SW 16th ave.;
teranch, 1536 Bay rd.; North
|, 14036 XE 6th ave.; South-
ranch, SW 32nd st. and 67th
ag lists have already been
shed in many of the groups,
pry a'few openings remain,
officials said Wednesday.
ear, over 550 different chil-
re served in the summer
[m. Boys and girls between
bs of 5'i to 12 can be reg-
Town and Beach Bran-
there will be a new addi-
to the program this year In
rm of a pre-school group
illdren from 4Vi to SVi.
t rat ion is mad* through an
jridual interview process, at
at least one parent must
resent with the prospective
program will be conducted
[week from Monday through
Jr, 0 a.m. to 4 p.m. Camp
hs consist of two four-week
)s. As an agency receiving
rial support from the United
[and the Greater Miami Jew-
rederation, GMJCC operates
ly camps on a non-profit basis,
[tuition fees geared to th re
nents of the average family.
iir major purpose -in this day
r*ng program," said Gelber,
ae development of each indi-
vidual child through the guided use
of various group experiences on his
own age level."
Activities include swimming in-
struction, athletics, Jewish obser-
vances, arts and crafts, nature
lore, dramatics, singing and
games.. The daily program is con-
ducted on the grounds of each of
the Center buildings for half of
each day. Arrangements have
been made for private swimming
pools for use for the second half
of each day in connection with the
camp waterfront program. Red
Cross qualified waterfront coun-
selors are in charge of these activ-
ities.
All campers are assigned to
groups within" a very limited age
range, with 12 to 15 campers in
each group, supervised by a senior
counselor of college age or older,
with the assistance of a junior
counselor.
be developed. This experiment,
Cassell suggested, may presage
the enlargement of JFS scope to
become a South Florida agency,
or it may stimulate the develop-
ment of professional localized
services in neighboring counties.
Another significant step in 1957
was the establishment of a spe-
cialized department for the aged.
Dr. Melvin L. Becker, chairman
of the newly-created department,
reports that from 18 to 20 new
applications of older people seek-
ing help have been coming to the
agency each month. "The rapid
response of older people to the
special attention we are now giv-
ing their needs," he said, "is an
effective demonstration of the
need itself, and substantiates our
long expressed view that streng-
thened family agency services
of this kind must be created."
Dr. Becker pointed out that
this was the first specialized
department of its kind in the
Sooth, and that the agency has
looked to the best guidance
available in the practice) of
other social agencies elsewhere.
In the field of child care, Mrs.
Leo Ackerman, JFS honorary
president and chairman of the
Child Care Department, states
there has also been important
progress. The standards and op-
erating efficiency of JFS have
met the approval of the Child
Welfare League of America, with
JFS having been admitted to
membership. "Two chief prob-
lems," she said, "particularly re-
quired close attention. The first
of these is the continuing neces-
sity of developing a larger num-
ber of foster homes. Enlarged
interest and participation of the
Jewish organizations and fam-
ilies of Dade county must be ob-
tained, if we are truly to serve
children most helpfully."
The other problem is that of
the disturbed child who needs to
be placed away from home.
Shortly after JFS began its child
placement work, it observed that
this was an unmet need in the
community, and called this to the
attention of the central planning
organizations. Mrs. Ackerman
said that the subject is receiving
increasing attention, but JFS
needs to do much itself in this
area.
"This year it began in one way,
by setting some funds aside to
make it possible for a few chil-
dren to be placed in regional in-
stitutions." Mrs. Ackerman also
reported that Dr. Margaret Hart-
ley has been added to the agency
staff as consulting psychologist.
A very new addition, on- on
which the agency is now work-
in?, is the creation of a district
office in Miami Beach. David
P. Catsman, chairman of the
committee to obtain Miami
Beach office space, reports
that there has been consider-
able progress in this area, and
that a Beach office should be
in operation before the sum-
mer.
Completing the agency's de-
partmental structure, a Family
Service Department committee,
under the leadership of Mrs.
David Kirsh, was organized. This
committee has begun to give in-
tensive study to the fields of fam-
ily life education and homemaker
service.
While these additions in pro-
gramming have been occurring,
the agency also decided that it
would be preferable for Jewish
vocational services to separate
themselves from JFS administra-
tion, and to be operated as an
independent agency. This recom-
mendation, acted upon by the
Federation planning and execu-
tive committees, has been ap-
proved, and an organizing com-
mittee to establish the new
agency has begun its activities.
"The Sunday annual meeting,"
Col. Nathan B. Rood, agency
chairman of the Vocational Ser-
vice Department pointed out, "is
particularly noteworthy in that it
will be the last meeting in which
JFS reports on the vocational ser-
vice program. By next year the
new agency will be taking re-
sponsibility for its own direct re-
port to the community."
During 1957, a year of great
change both in and out of the
agency, the professional ser-
vice activities continued their
year-after-year increase. An-
nual report statistics reveal
that mere than 2,500 families,
in one way or another, had con-
tact with or used the profes-
sional services of Jewish Fam-
ily Service. The greatest in-
creases were in family counsel-
ing and services for older peo-
ple.
Some 992 families used case-
work help, 850 availed them-
selves of vocational services,
_some 250 people attended^ fam-
"iTy file" education sessions, and 65
young people attended sessions
in group guidance.
In addition, the staff made
adoptive home studies, foster
home studies, responded to in-
quiries from out-of-town agen-
cies, addressed a dozen commun-
ity meetings. Members of board
and staff participated in the plan-
ning work of local, regional and
national bodies. The agency re-
ports 6,669 direct in-person pro-
fessional interviews, and another
5,620 interviews held over the
telephone.______________________
Surf side Group
Meets Tuesday
A general membership meeting
of the Surfside Civic Assn. will be
held,Tuesday evening in the Beach
House at 93rd st. .
Feature of the evening will be
a dance demonstration and contest
to be judged by the Arthur Murray
Studios. President Louis J. Gold
will preside.
A lecture and demonstration on
hypnotism will also be given by
Dr. William H. Appleby, of the
Southern Institute of Hypnology.
A contest for new members ha*
been announced by Mrs. Milton
Levinsohn, membership chairman.
Bureau Director to Discuss
'Forces for Survival'
"Forces for Survival" will be
the topic of a lecture by Louis
Schwartzman Saturday at the Spin-
oza Outdoor Forum, 11th st. and
Ocean ct., Miami Beach.
Schwartzman is director of the
Bureau of Jewish Education.
A question and answer period
will follow his talk. Dr. Abraham
Wolfson. director of the Spinoza
Forum, will preside.
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WcITRo !e ?ed
Ccl. _. re. _nt
Miami realtor Henry E. Wolff i
tli r .lectM pre:^ jent of the
South Ftor&i C* .. 1 of the Union
of American HeSrew Congrega-
tions at an annual spring meeting I
Sunday night in ihe Dupont Tarle-
ton hotel.
Other officers elected were
Ita'ph Spero. Miami Beach, vice
president: Sam Oritt. vice prc.-i-
dent in char, e of IV combined
campaign: Herman Feidman. i
president in charge of synagogue
activities; anJ Meycr.Ba^in.,V4Cc L
president in charge of conmunity
relations. Milton Forman. of Hoi,,
wood, was elected secretary, and
Dr. Valentine Bioch. cf Nortt Mi-
ami, treasurer.
Principal speaker at t>ie ban-
quet meeting was Rabbi Nathan
A. Perilman, spiritual leader of
Temple Emenu-EI. New York
City. Dr. Perilman reported en
his findings during his trip
around the world.
Charge Heds Block Repatriation
Samuel H. Daroft of Philadel-
Ehia. national chairman of
nited Jewish Appeal, was
last week named UJA nation-
al cash chairman and is
heading a drive to collect S40
million in cash before UJA's
anniversary conference which
opens June 24 In Jerusalem.
Master of ceremonies was Mi-
ami Beach Mayor Kenneth Oka.'
Other speakers included Rabbi Jo-'
seph Narot. of Temple Israel of a^ lAV'H
Greater Miami: Albert Rosen UUO fTIM 11600
president of the South Florida** q
Council of Temple Brotherhood*: le-QlTip T rOgrCHTJ
and Samuel Levenson. national Temple Emanu-El's new sum
vice chairman of the combined mer rjay carnp wju begin June 23
campaign. | for an eight week period under the
Guest speaker was introduced direction of Irving Kaplan, director
by Rabbi Leon Kronish of Temple of activities at the Temple.
Beth Sholom Rabbi Benno Wall- \ Mrs. Naomi B. Brandeis. head
ach. of Temple Sinai in North Mi- nursery teacher at the Temple's
ami. gave the invocation, and Rab- religious school, will assist Kaplan
bi Morris Skop. of Temple Judea. as supervisor of the camps four
offered the benediction. Rabbi and five-year-old division.
NEW YORK (JTA) Jewish
Communist leaders in Poland
were charged this week with try-
ing to prevent the repatriation of
Polish Jews from the Soviet
Union to Poland. The charge was
made in a statement issued by
Adolph Held, national chairman
of th- Jiwish Labor Committee,
on the basis of secret minutes
u a conieicnce in Warsaw wmch
came into the possession of the
JLC here.
The Warsaw conference was a
plenary session of the leaders of
the Social and Cultural Associa-
tion of Jews in Poland, a Com-
munist-dominated or pnization
with branches in Polish towns
where Jews reside. It took place
last month parallel with a meet-
ing of the Jewish section of the
United Workers Party of Poland
which .is the Communist Party
in the country.
Mr. Held said in his state-
ment here thi* week that "un-
impeachable" information re-
ceived from Warsaw fallowing
the Jewish conference indicates
that "a major drive conducted
by three leading Jewish Com-
munists in Poland Shiman
Zachariash. Yudel Korman and
Michael Mirskyis now under
way to prevent further repatri-
ation of Polish Jews from the
Soviet Union an the ground
that they will not remain in
Poland but will emigrate im-
mediately to Israel."
The Jewish Labor Committee
|ed>r ,ddM lh<,
Party have reject -
Uon of ,he ,* *
that the emigre,;"
P^nd be haM. *
madenodeaMoncTa
'hat the repatriation?k
from the sovet u^J
be discontinued.
"If is obvious." Mr \
fd- 'that a small the
fluential Jewiih rj
leaders in Po|iDd ^
own cause rejected acjj1
by the remnants of tit I
Poland, are determine!,
the Jewish community I
Herbert Baunrcard. of t h e South
Dade Jewish Center, is director of
the Council.
Mrs. Brandeis has instructed
children of this age group at the
Temple's nursery class for the
past ten years, and is president
of the Sunday School Teacher's
Assn. of Greater Miami.
Kaplan brings to the day camp
extensive experience in program-
Board Appointees Mast be Listed
Presidents of local organixa-1 "law at the 20th annual
tions have been requested to ap-; Sunday, June l, at the._
point their representatives to the hotel, when the Greater |i
board of governors of the Greater community will celebrate
Miami Jewish Federation by
week's end.
Armed forces Week Noted
Regular monthly meeting of Mi-
ami Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith ,
will be held Wednesday evening I
at the Al Hers hotel, lodge pre-i
dem Edmin Marger announced. m,n*' direction and counseling of
The program will be dedicated to camP*- bere and in the Chicago
Armed Forces We<* There will be area "e has served s camP *
a talk bv Sidney Lew. chairman Tecl!or for 'he past two years. He
cf the program, on the hi>tory of'W,U supe? ,he *"Ure camP P"
gram. which includes swimming
_ and swimming instruction at a pri-
I vate pool, athletics conducted on
a private athletic field under the
supervision of a trained instructor,
arts and crafts, fishing, hiking, na-
ture study, field trips, dancing and
j socialized programs planned for I
the individual age group-.
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were reported Tuesday to have
i scired control of a northest sec-
tion of Lebanon. In beleagured
Beirut, which was cut off from
most other Lebanese centers, loyal
troops repelled a mob attack on
the United States Embassy. Egypt-
ian agents and arms were reported
to have been dropped into Lebanon
at various points. The government
announced that its gunboats had
intercepted and captured three
Egyptian vessels carrying guns,
ammunition, and fedayeen raiders.
What appeared to be a full scale
civil war was underway north of
the Israel border.
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Embarking on the Israel lir.< r
"Zion" May 15 from New York
was to be Joseph Mechlow, of 1911
SW 2nd st.
Accompanied by
Samuel Karp. of
Miami Beach,
who left for
New York Satur-
day, Mechlow
will join a tour
conducted by the
United Jewish
Appeal anniver-
sary conference
mcriLurt committee and
attend the UJA-sponsored confer
ence in Jerusalem June 24 through
26.
Karp was formerly an advertis-
ing representative for the Roches-
ter Jewish Ledger. Prior to his
joining the Ledger in 1924, he tour- (J
ed the U.S. as a member of the
staffs of the American Hebrew and
the Jewish Tribune.
Mechlow is a leader in Create*]
Miami's Combined Jewish Appeal
campaign.
Federation president Aaron Kan
ner Wednesday announced that,
according to Federation by-laws,
these representatives must be
named 18 days prior to the annual
meeting of Federation in order to
be included on the ballot, which
is mailed to all Federation mem-
bers.
Joseph M. Rose, chairman of
the nominating committee, held
three meetings of Ms group to
select a slate of officers for the
coming year.
He announced that the board of
governors, the top policy-making
body of Federation, will be made
up of approximately 275 commun-
al leaders.
The board of governors meets at
least four times annually and in-
cludes representatives from mote
than 60 organizations.
Election of officers will take
ation s 20 years of smwi
constituent agencies ami |J
munity at large.
Rabbis Differ on *wj
future in Outer Space
Continued from Pip 14 ]
thy of possessing the right lei
ploit the earth"
Rabbi Robert Gordis. 11
president of the Synajopej
cil of America. Miggeftij
space exploration might kit
greater faith in God. Hei
"if the ancients saw God'f]
pervading the earth, tow i
greater should be man's i
when be sees God's man.
on horizons wider thai
dreamed in the past.''
The two rabbinical
pressed their views in a i
of Christian and Jewish f
approaches to the Issue of i
and religion published tj ta]
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fJmlstfhrldttan
ll-A
Gale, Staff Wil! Attend Confab
will be devoted to a study of trends
in the group work field as they af-
Kxecutive director Efraim H.
G^ile and staff members of the
Greater Miami Jewish Communily
Center will be in attendance at the
annual conference of the National
Assn. of Jewish Center Workers
this weekend in Chicago. The con-
lerence will take place at the Con-
gress hotel.
The association Is an organiza-
tion of 1,500 prefessional Jewish
Center workers, coming from over
350 Canters and YMHA's through-
feet Jewish Community Centers.
The opening session of the gen-
eral conference for all Jewish com-
munal workers, including those in
the fields of case work, aged ser-
vices, health services, community
organization and Jewish education,
will feature a keynote address by
Robert K. Nathan on "Economic,
Social and Political Developments
Affecting Jewish Communities in
out the country. The conference j the United States."
Issinq results of festive octivit'es mo^kinq
i's tenth anniversary celebration, culmin-
[at a aiant rally Thursday in Bayfront
Auditorium, are members of proqram
littee of Greater Miami Committee for
I's Tenth Anniversary Celebration. Left
[ht are Seymour B. Liebman, A. Arthur
ler, chairman of executive committee,
Dr. David Andron, Mrs. Charles Feinberq,
Mrs. Dorothy Krieoer Fink, chairman of pro-
gram committee, Mrs. Nisson S. Pearl, execu-
tive secretary of Greater Miami committee,
Seymour Samet, Efraim Gale, Mrs. Stanley C.
Myers, and Dr. Benjamin B. Rosenbeiq, execu-
tive director of Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion.
>oint Community leaders to Top
imittees of Federation's Council
(teen Miami Jewish commu- (
ders have been appointed
positions on national com-
r of the Council of Jewish
ftions and Welfare Funds.
rcater Miami Jewish Feder-
^s a member agency of the
will join with more than
vish leaders from all parts
United States and Canada
the leadership corps of 18
la! committees, will help form-
[programs and guide every
of Jewish communal activi-
Icommunity organization and
[raising, health and welfare
|ms and services, campaign
Ity and community interpre-
and various administrative
>ns.
Miami leaders and the
ee* en which they ara
include child car*. Mrs.
' Ackerman; budget prac-
tices, Alvin Cassel; social plan-
ning, Sam Cohen and Mrs. Stan-
ley C. Myers; health planning.
Dr. Samuel Gertman; campaign
planning, Sam J. Heiman and
Martin Peppercorn; publicity
services, Charles Jecobson, Fred
Shochet and Charles Whltebrook;
women's communal service,
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers and Mrs.
Sam Simonhoff; and community
organization. Isidore Simkowiti.
Myers, past president of CJFWF,
is a member of the following com-
mittees: community organization,
bud.iet and finance, national-local
relations, William J. Shroder Me-
morial Award, Ediwin Rosenberg
Award, general assembly pro-
gram, and personnel services.
Dr. Benjamin B. Rosenberg, ex-
ecutive director of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, is a
member of the community organi-
zation, regional services, general
assembly program, personnel serv-
ices, national-local relations and
the H. L. Lurie Fellowship com-
mittees.
CJFWF is the national associa-
tion of 215 local federations and
w e 1 f ar e funds, representing ap-
proximately 800 com m unities
throu Jhout the United States and
Canada. Through its committees
and tts national and regional of-
fices, the Council provides central
services including field service,
budgeting, campaign publicity and
year-round interpretation, com-
munity organization and health
and welfare planning. Through
joint planning with its member
agencies it helps advance Jewish
communal services at home and
abroad.
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Mutiple Sclerosis launched it s
Hope Chest campaign here Sun-
day.
The month between Mother's
Day and Father's Day has been
officially designated MS Hope
Chest campaign month.
Greater Miami chapter of the
Multiple Sclerosis Society will hold
its "March of Hope" on Sunday.
Campaign chairman is Mrs.
Merel Dunne. Regional directors
are Dr. and Mrs. Arthur N. Co-
hen, Greater Miami; Mrs. Isabel
Connors, Hialeah; Mrs. S. A.
Young, Miami Springs; Mrs.
Louis Votto,vS. Miami; Mrs. Al-
bert J. Epson and Mrs. Kenneth
Pate, Cutler Ridge; Mr. and Mrs.
David Butterfietd, Key Bis-
cayne; and Mrs. Curtis K. Ivy,
West wood Lake Estates.
U. S. Sen. John F. Kennedy
(D.-Mass.) is overall chairman of
the Hope Chest appeal.
Funds gathered in Greater Mi-
ami will develop patient services
in and out of homes. These ser-
vices include dental and medical
care for MS victims, provisions
for surgical supplies, and physical
rehabilitation at the Crippled
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Jim Levenson was elected pres-
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Other officers are Alan Roth-
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Herbert Pinder, treasurer; and
Mitchell Sokol, sergeartt-at-arms.
Named to the board of directors
are Sam Privett, William Weiss,
Moe Silverstein, Harry Brick and
Werner Kahn.
Levenson announced plans for
formation of a junior police pro-
gram and sponsorship of Junior
Olympics and AAU Novice swim
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Klan Breeds Violence, but Has No Strength ^M
A detailed report on the cur-
rent status of the Ku Klux Klan
declared this week that it has ex-
hibited a strong capacity for
breeding violence" but has
shown "little effectiveness social-
ly or politically" since its re-
emergence in 1955 a.> a result of
the tensions over school deseg-
regation in the South.
The report, published by the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith. national human relations
agency, describes the Klan as
"operating in a piecemeal fashion
without any real leadership or
cohesive force and ridden with
factional rivalries and corrup-
tion."
In presenting the? report,
Henry Edward Schulti, the Lea-
gue's national chairman, em-
phasized that although the Klan
as a tool of violence hat mag-
nified tho problem of law en-
forcomont in tho South, "tho
recurrence of bombing* in
Nashville and Miami will only
aid in hastening tho KKK's ul-
timate doom."
Schultz said "it is not known
what, if any. links the bombings
of the Jewish Community Center
in Nashville and Congregation
Beth El in Miami have to the
KKK, but the Klan has played a
strong contributing role in the
creation of a climate of violence.
"These recurrent outrages, if
KKK members were not invol-
ved, are indirectly aided and
abetted by the Klan. which has
posed a challenge which is not be-
"Edwards" U.S. Klan rules the
ing ignored by law enforcement
authorities in the South."
The League declared that "the
South has greeted the Klan's re-
vival with intense hostility and
aversion. In virtually every
Southern community the Klan has
been identified as a tool of vio-
lence and lawlessness and as a
movement that constitutes more
01 a police problem than anything
else.
"When it was revived, the
KKK'* potentialities for sign.fi-
cant growth lay in its becom-
ing part of a broad coalition of
pro-segregation forces. But the
Klan has made no headway in
this direction and has found it-
self in a pocket of isolation."
The report was prepared by
Arrold Forster, the League's
national civil rights director.
According to the best-informed
e-timates. the League said, "ihe
is Klan. Knights of the Ku Klux
Klan. headed by Eldon Edwards
of Atlanta, has somewhere be-
tween 12 and 15.000 members,
while the North Carolina Klan
has two to 5.000 members. Ed
wards is said to be a "loner' and
is estranged from other Klan or-
ganizations because of his refusal
to give an accounting of the mon-
ey which he has collected. Two
years ago Edwards was reported
to have had 24 Klan units in
South Carolina. Today, he is said
to have six of the 24. Edwards
is said to have lowered his mem-
bership dues to bolster his declin-
ing strength."
None of the seven other Klan
organizations in the South, ac-
n| to the League, "is believ-
ed to have more than 1.500 mem-
bers." *
In North Carolina, the Klan is
in its death-throes, brought on by
i's excesses of violence and help-
ed by the Lumbee Indians of
North Carolina, who decisively
cut the Klan down to size at Max-
ton in January. That incident
aVali Mir '"''"aiaaL '" thf _rr*mtrval
from the scene of the Rev. James
Cole, head of the North Carolina
Knights of the KKK. Cole was
brought back last month to North
Carolina to face charges in con-
Dectioa with the Maxton incident.
He was indicted for inciting to
riot, convicted and sentenced to
jail-
In South Carolina, Alabama
and Fiorida, the League said,
the Klan has been torn apart
ty bitter factionalism on the
top and lower levels. It quoted
a former KKK leader as saying
that "so many factions have
sprung up that member* can-
not keep track of the pats-
words. Klansmen ere shooting
each other m Alabama, suing
each other in Florida and crit-
icizing each other throughout
tho South. Tho oM counter-
signs and passwords are no
good anymore because all
Klansmen are strangers to
each ether and Klan organiza-
tions are multiplying like rab-
bits and rats."
In Georgia, the League said,
roost and the state has not wit-
nessed the gradual fragmentation
of the KKK, as in other states.
But here it seems to be lying dor-
mant .
"In Virginia, the Klan has met
with statewide hostility and has
failed to make any penetration.
Mississippi is White Citizens
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Tickets are still available for a
United Nations Ball Friday eve-
nin j at the Eden Roc hotel.
Prof. George K. Smart, of the
University of Miami, president of
the Greater Miami chapter of the
United Nations Assn.. said reserva-
tions may still be made for the
gala event.
First 'Good Heart Award' Presented
In Ceremonies at Phi Sig House Here
A new type of award was pre- i
Rented last week to a University of'
Miami graduate by Samuel J.
Goldfarb of Miami Beach.
Known a s the "Good Heart
Award." it is being established as
an annual honor to the member
of Phi Sigma Delta fraternity who
most exemplifies qualities of un-
derstanding and compassion for
hi- fellowman.
First recipient was Leslie Sil-
verman, who served the chapter
in various offices, including the
presidency, prior to his gradua-
tion in February from the School
of Business Administration. Now
resident of Riverside, III. and
a director of Maple Furriers, Inc.
of Oak Park. III., he was unable
to a trend tho ceremonies. Repre-
senting him was Joseph Sugar-
man, a Phi Sigma Delta in the
engineering school and friend of
long standing.
The award includes a check for
$100 and the engraving of Lie re-
cipient's name on a three-by-four-
foot mahogany wall scroll to be
displayed in the fraternity house.
In announcing the award. Gold-
farb said his purpose in giving it
is "to help young people realize
the a te-old truth that 'man does
not live by bread alone' and that
though men may be successful
professionally, they will fail as
human beings if they fail to ap-
preciate that a good heart is more
important than any other asset."
The founder of "The House of
Perfection." largest manufacturer
of women's apparel in ihe world.
Goklfarb became interested in Phi
Sigma Delta affairs when bis son.
Alan, enrolled at the University of
Miami last year and pledged the
fraternity. The UM chapter of 24
members has as its service proj-
ect the Variety Children's Hospit-
al- where members devote a day
each semester to an entertainment
program for the hospitalized
youngsters.
One of 30 chapters throughout
the country. Phi Sigma Delta
was founded in 1M9 at Columbia
University. Presentation cere-
monies for the award, believed
unique in tht country, were held
at th.> fraternity house, 1531 Li-
guria, Coral Gables.
Paricipatin*; were Mr. Goldfarb.
! Dr. H. Franklin Williams. UM vice
president and director of commun-
! ity alfairs. John P. Wilcox. assist-
ant professor of economics and
I faculty adviser, and Howard Dav-
idow. chapter president. Rabbi
Morris A. Skop. of Temple Judea,
gave the invocation.
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+Jewlst) Fhrktton
13-A
'ill Receive Diplomas at Joint
Exercises in Temple Israel Monday
F130 students will receive
plomas at the graduation
of the Hebrew High
ind elementary schools of
[Miami Monday, 7:30 p.m.,
Be Israel.
11 ion exercises will fea-
alute to the tenth anniver-
be State of Israel, and will
[a cantata, "Freedom to
cantata is written and di-
by Louis Schwartzman,
ire director of tho Bureau
|sh Education. Musical di-
is by Mrs. Jack Donner-
ICC Holds Air
Swim Meet
beater Miami Jewish Com-
ICenter ran a successful
ret last week at Flamingo
dimming pool in Miami
peet was directed by Sam
health and physical ed-
jirector at the Center. He
sted by Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Some 130 boys and girls
^rom 7 to 18 years of age.
lulova Watch Co. supplied
fcches for the meet run un-
i.V. regulations. Official
111 be mailed to the Nation-
|h Welfare Board, Depart-
Health and Physical Ed-
where they will be com-
irith thousands of other
vimmers who competed at
le time throughout the
pndlng performers included
Die, 7, of North Branch, 25
[style in 20.6; Roy Weinkle,
free style, 21.2; Neil Ap-
11, free style, 25 yds.,
ids; Judy Cole, junior, 25
style in 15.8 seconds;
[Soldinger, junior, 25 yd.
in 14.7 seconds; Barbara
Coral Gabies. 16, 50 yd.
in 87.2 seconds.
stag, and stag* direction by Her-
bert Berger.
Greetings will be extended by
Sol Goldman president, and Rabbi
Morton Malavsky, of the Israelite
Center, will deliver the address to
graduates.
Receiving diplomas and gradua-
tion gifts.will be:
Hebrew High SchoolEllen Bolker,
Madeline Kaean. Pater Klein. Robert
Kun.-t, Steven Manlda. Kavleen New.
mark. Kami) Schreld.ll, KM 8k.ni. Bay
BkOD, Mark St.-inberg, Juilv Weldon
Beth DavidRita Beigel. Barbara (bil-
ker. Howard Bott, Stephen Dubrow,
Howard K.lgison. victor Flshman
David (lever, Joel Geyer. I >:. \ .. 1 Hand
ftu, ai.iii Jaoobeon, Jonathan Kanter,
Monroe Kaplan, Stephen Labbte, Ste-
phen l.evlne, Myron Mass. Hike Mlak-
eloff, Charles Novogrodsky l.arr\'
Plus. Charles Belter, Linda Bchwarts-
man.'Myrna Blotsky, Alan S'tcriishelti.
Robert Btone, Richard Vogel. Roliert
Wolf son; Beth Et Larry Malnlck.
('lanklln Suskln.
Flagler Granada Jewish Center
Sam (jiskn, Harvey BaJdlnaer: Hia-
leah-Miami Springs Jewish Center
Irwln Becker. Nell Bloom, Frederic
Mohel, Bheldon Wlnlck, l: Michael
Wymiin; Israelite CenterGa'c Burt,
Cheryl Ooraetnwn. Martin Kate,
Karen Belter: Kneseth IsraelCharles
Koch, Barry Qroaakopt Harvej Btone,
Michael Cooperman; Miami Hebrew
SchoolI iavhi Andrew, Bernard Klein,
Alan Krislitnan, Sidney .-'.kid. Charles
Xewsteln: Monticello Park Jewish
Center1'.any Diamond, .1 ii.lv (Settler,
William Leff. Katheritie Murray, Mil-
ieu., wiiiiam-. Michael Roes, Sharon
Sigmiind.
North Shore Jewish CenterI.inda
Berger, Mania Dean, 1-araine Fried-
man, Alan Goodman, Mark Qranoff,
Robert J. Holtzman. Isabel Kulick.
Karen Mlehaelson, I.ols Fearlman,
Annabelle Press. Klalne Press, Caryie
Rosen. S.-.tt Saulson, Stanley Shapiro,
Howard Simkowitz, David Tannen-
baum, Beverly Zlotshewer; Temple
Beth SholomCarol Berkh-.i'f. Murray
Oreenbera*, Stephen Katzln. Joseph
L.undy, Hermine Muskat, Barbara
Noroff, Stephen Pine, Vera Rothf.l.l.
Temple Emanu-EIAllan Albert, Da-
vid Borenateln, Stephen Gould. Kddie
Crenwald, Jimmy Hnnkoff. David
Horwltz, Jeffrey Kaplan, Barry K.it
z.n. Danny l.evlne. Elaine l.'ilu i.
Stanley Muravchick, Dorothy Roloff.
Jonathon Turk. _.'
Temple JudeaAlan Berkey, I ard Berkowitz. Gary Brown, John
Fisher, Steven N Green, Leslie How-
ard llalpert. Harvey Louis Jacobson.
Robert Salomon. Louis Toback: Tem-
ple Ner Tamld Steven Horov.it/..
Reba Kaplan: Tentple Zion Mathew
I'.alof. Kenneth Golden, Glen Carte,
Shlela Levin, l^fllot Prener, Richard
Hlesrel. Michael- *>r,iw< Viiti.
man. Zamora Jewish Center Frank
Annie. Melvl i Itii'.in Dunn.. Tes, i, .
Religious Services
Louis Schwartzman, execu-
tive director of Bureau of Jew-
ish Education, was elected
treasurer of National Council
of Jewish Education at 32nd
annual convention of Coun-
cil in Atlantic City, N. J., last
weekend. Elected president
was A. Hillel Henken, of New
Haven, Conn.
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Pre-Registration
Due at N. Shore
North Shore Jewish Center re-
ligious school will hold a special
registration session for all students
Sunday morning.
"The session will be conducted
for all departments in the North
Shore Jewish Center reliuous
school, which includes t h e daily
nursery. Sunday and Hebrew
school.
Candidates for Bar and B a s
Mi'zvah classes, as well as stu-
dents for confirmation-and pre-
confirmation classs for the next
year, will also be registered at this
time. ^
"Reason for the pre-reistre-
tien this year is to help the
school keep up with the tremen-
dous growth in the student
body," Center president Max
Krauss said Wednesday. "We are
building a citadel of Judaism in
the North part of Miami Beach,
which is growing daily," Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitx, North Shore
spiritual leader, added.
Nate Glickman. chairman of the
school board, has enlisted the co-
operation of members of the board
who will assist in the pre-registra-
tion of the 525 students presently
attending the religious school's de-
partments. They are Mrs. Sam
Belsky, Robert Bloch, Mrs. Frank
Briskman. Mrs. Alex Friedman.
Dr. Samuel Goldstein, Mrs. San-
ford Jacobson. Mrs. Philip Jacoby.
Max Krauss, Martin Kurzwell,
Mrs. Irving Laibson, Oscar Lel-
chuk, Mrs. Milton R. Mannheimer,
Mrs. Ray Morse, Mr. and Mrs. Na-
than Pozin, Mrs. Joseph Sedell,
Al Sherman, Alan G. Stratton. Jer-
ry Sussman and Dr. Robert Rope.
"Individual interviews w i 11 be
given to each child in order to de-
termine which class he is best
suited for both psychologically as.
w e 11 as scbolastically." Rabbi
Abramowitz said.
aiding materid in vocalized Easy Hebrew, and also material for
ponced students may be obtained through your local Hebmv
reanization or by writing to: Brit Ivrit Olamit, fLO.B. 7111,
Miami Hebrew Book Store
1SW Washington Ave.
Miami Beach JE 8-30*0
Hebrew Religious Supplies for
Synagogues, Schools A Private Use
ISRAELI A DOMESTIC GIFTS
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Csrlyle ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
Friday G:'. p.m. Saturday 8:31 a.m.
Sermon: "The Ufa! Cause of DI
tetn in This World."
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ANSHE EMES. 2535 W 19th *>e. Can
tor Morris Zimmerman.
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BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave Con-
servat.'ve. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg.
Cantor William W. Lipson.
Frtda] 1:16 p.m. American Jewlnh
C.rmnri- s.il -ath. Cue*t s|irak>-r:
Mrs. Thelma Ki.hnian natlontl ;ir."-
Ident of AJCongTese Women's Divis-
ion. Topic: "Jewry Through the Byes
o* Ponareas." Saturday 9 a.m. Baj
Mitxvah: Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Stone.

BETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave. Orthodox.
o
BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave.
Conservative. Rabbi David W. Her-
son. Cantor Hyman Fein.
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BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman.
Friday 6:4.1 p.m. Saturday 8:45 a.m.
S.riiii.n: "Weekly Portion."
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BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
FrldB) fi::i" p.m. Saturday S:!!0 a.m.
Bermon: ''The Mirror of Tradition."
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BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Arie Becker.
Friday 8:30 p.m, Saturday h:30 a.m.
Bermon: "An Educated Heart."
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
o
OADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CENTER.
18160 NW 2nd ave. Conservative.
Rabbi Nathan H. Zwitman.
Friday |:1| p.m. Sermon: "Ijiw of
Divine Retribution Reward for the
Righteous." OneK Shabbat hosts:
Rabbi and Mrs. Zwitman In honor of
the marriage of their cousins. Mr. and
Mrs. Harry iiortnlrk. Brooklyn, N.Y.
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FLAQLER-GRANAOA. 50 NW 51st pi.
Conservative. Rabbi Murray A.
Alstet.
Friday 6:30 p.m. Saturday 8:45 a.m.
.Bar Mltsvah: Irp. David, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Mehler.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 91S 6th St.
Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross.
Friday 6 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Ser-
mon: "Cause and Effect In Jewish
History."
o
HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS. 951 Fla-
mingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Leo
Helm.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Bermon: "Rewards
and Punishment vs. laws and s'ta-
tutes." Oncg Shabbat hosts: Mr. and
Mrs. David Sherper. Saturday 9 a.m.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3198 SW 24th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky.
Friday 6:4* p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.
Bar Mltsvah: Alan, son of Mr. anil
Mrs. Clare c. Stanley.
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KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
Friday 6:30 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.
Sermon: "The Key to Our Survival."
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MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1101 SW 12th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Simon April. Cantor Berele Kelemer.
Friday 6:30 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.
Sermon: "The Stagnation of the Spir-
itual Life."
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MONTICELLO PARK. 164th st. and
NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Friday 8 p.m. Sermon: "With Joy We
Reap." Religious school graduates to
be honored: William I .elf, Marlene
Williams, Barry Diamond, Kathryn
Murray. Judy Oertler, Sharon Slg-
mond, Michael Ross. Saturday 9 a.m.
Bar Mitxvah: Bernard, son of Mr. mud
Mrs. Herbert Davles.
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NORTH OADE CENTER. 13630 W.
Dixie hwy. Conservativa. Rabbi
Henry Okolica. Cantor Maurice Neu.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Has Israel
Found its Destiny?" Saturday a.m
"ar Mitxvah: Edward, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Benjamin Donnerateln.
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NORTH 8HORE CENTER. 620 75th
st. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
Filday 8:16 p.m^ Sermon: "Where Do
You Oo? To Synagogue. What Do You
Do? Nothing." Ha.- Mltsvah: Lois,
daughter of Mr. sftid Mrs. Sam Pearl-
man. Saturday 8:45 a.m. Bar Mitx-
vah: Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Maurice Relxen: Robert, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan Slewett.
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SOUTH OADE JEWISH CENTER
Room 316, Merrick bldg.. U. of M.
Rabbi Dr. Tibor H. Stern
311 Washington Ave., M. B.
Phones: JE 8-2205 JE 1-196?
CANDLEUGHTING TIME
26 Iyar 6:44 pjn.
campus. Reform. Rabbi Herbert M.
Baumgard.
PUsf>'z8:ia*"p.m. 'Bermbn:' 'fniter
Space and Inn. r Space." Bar Mitxvah:
lia, eon of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Green.
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SOUTHWEST JEWISH CENTER. 6431
SW th ot. Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham Levitan.
Friday S::ift p.m. Sermon: "Women
in Jewish Life." Ones; Shabbat hosts:
Members of the Sisterhood. Saturday
R:30 a.m. Sermon: "Sabbatical Years
and Jubilee In Talmudic Law."
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
ave Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviser.
Friday 8:13 p.m. iluest speaker: Dr.
Joachim Prim, rabbi of Temple I'.nii
Abraham, Newark, N.J., and national
chairman of Committee on World
Jewish Affairs and Israel of the
American Jewish Congress. Saturday
10:48 a.m. Bar Mitxvah: Tedd
Of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer S.'iwartz. Wil-
liam, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Robinson.
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TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing,
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Israel Reich.
Friday 6 and 8:30 p.m. Dr. I,, lunnn
will resume the pulpit folloivins; hia
return from a trip to Israel. Annual
religious school graduation during
service. Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon:
"Weekty Portion." Bar Mltsvah:
Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bugone
Troop. Bas Mltsva.lt: Stephanie,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ii.iui.-l
Glaubman.
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TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 137 NE 19th st. Reform. Rabbi
Joseph Narot. Cantor Jacob Born-
stein.
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TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave.
Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skop. Cantor
Herman Gottlieb.
Fplday 8:15 p.m. Guest speaker: HlgJs
Salpeter, director of organisation of
the American Jewish Congress. Sub-
ject: "Furthering American Jewry
Report on AJCongrcss Activity In Re-
cent Synagogue Bombings." Saturday
8:48 a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Philip Wil-
liam, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ep-
stein.
o
TEMPLE NER TAMID. (Being erect-
ed at 80th st. and Tatum Waterway.}
Modern Traditional.
Friday 8:15 p.m. at Surf side Town
Hall. Guest spiritual leader: Rabbi
David Sieven. Sermon: "Our Obliga-
tion as Jews." Guest cantor: Emanuel
Bergman.
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TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
131st st. and NE 6th ave. Reform.
Rabbi Benno M. Wallach.
Friday 8:15 p.m. at Carpenter's Hall.
888 NE 131st st. Sermon: "Marjorie,
MornlngBtar."
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TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th st. Con.
servative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman.
Friday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "Mountains
of the Lord." Saturday 9 a.m. Bar
Mltzvah: Gary, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sol Schwartz.
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
eve. Conservative. Rabbi Abraham
Herson. Cantor Albert Giants.
Friday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "The Ma-
ture Mind." Saturday a.m. "What
la Spiritual Strength?"
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ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44 Za.
mora ave. Coneervative. Rabbi B.
Leon Hurwitz. Cantor Rudolph Brill.
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The Irreverent, Irrelevant Mixture of Psychiatry and Reljm
ELIGIOUS GU.IDANCE. By Jacob Leibowitz. 100 pp. Religious leaders have. I think, largely given up their It is the insecure, uncomfortahu
RELIGIOUS GUIDANCE. By Jacob Leibowitz.
Now York: Philosophical Library. $2.75.
IF YOU CAN'T lick them, join them. This has been the
motto of conquest by infiltration since Homer sang his
tales of Troy's fall through the ruse of a wooden horse.
This is also a significant technique today for many of our
religious leaders, who have found the advancing public in-
terest in mental health an invasion of their professional
domain. The popularization of Sigmund Freud made the
interest particularly cogent. In the Austrian physician's
writings, much is made of deep-seated guilt that needs
catharsis. How far removed is this from confession 0/ sin
in a religious setting?
Religious leaders have, I think, largely given up their It is the insecure, uncomfortable
battle against psychiatric invasion of their specialty; al- still wages the bat.le against the in jPlritua'le%]
thoueh the battle has been waged sensibly and most often now joined the enemv tn i3l,. .. .l..va,'er-or wwTlI
though the battle has been waged sensibly and most often now joined the enemv to take onihe "^'r~0r *!
of this is the rash of books since JotW *J
and Norman Vincent Peale', in the ^h
uii/u^m lilt IS.11111 Haia wmi wbcv atiwiui/ im iiiw'i wiiii
with good reason, the general feeling today is that the kind
of spiritual guidance a rabbi or minister is capable of
offering his congregant differs vastly in intention and
scope from the therapy a physician subscribes for a pa-
tient suffering from mental disturbance.
The fact probably is that the spiritual leader who is
secure in his spirituality ne\er saw psychiatry as a tnreat
to his callingmuch in the tame way that a physician,
armed with the weapons against mental illness psychiatry
has given him, may. himself, seek in religion the solace he
fails to find in his science.
ALFRED SEGAL -
There's Plenty to be Done Here on Earth
|lJY GOOD FRIEND, Mr. Aleph, had sent me an invita-
tWM tion "Let's you and I get together for that first
trip to the moon, or maybe to Mars," he wrote. "It won't
be long now before the first space ship gets going, from
all accounts, and you and I may as well start making res-
ervations now. As you know, I'm quite well off and am
witting to'pay the passage for both of us."
Mr. Aleph's purpose to travel to the moon or to Mars
is not exactly astronomical Rather, it's Jewish. As a
Jew. Mr. Aleph hopes to find some place in the unhrerse
where God's commandments for righteousness, kindness
and justice are widely respected maybe on the moon
or on Mars.
Mr. Aleph. who is 70. said that he's all tired out with
the ways of this planet an earth piled high with relig-
ious edifices of all religions, yet not much of the genuine-
ness of religion anywhere. He wrote: 'Mostly it's threats
of war, and newer and bigger weapons being built to kill
more and more and hate spreading hottest flames, and
vicious prejudices poisoning many hearts, and the brother-
hood of man still as far off as in the time when God (in
Leviticus) first told us to love thy neighbors as ourselves."
Mr. Aleph's idea is that on the moon or on Mars he
and I could make ourselves more useful to the earth by
bringing back here reports of how the inhabitants up there
behave, in accordance with what God, their Father, ex-
pects of thorn and of us. too.
'Far. far, far up. up. up there, they may be closer
to God and for that reason may understand Him better
than we do who are so far away down here. Only the other
day I heard on radio that it tikes more than 500 year for
a beam of light to reach the earth from one of the stars.
It's thousands of years since the bright light of the com-
mandments began to descend toward the heart of man,
but his heart hasn't allowed them yet. So. Segal, let's
you and I go up to learn how God's teaching has fared .
on the moon or Mars ... I like to believe much better than
down here."
I promptly replied to Mr. Aleph's invitation.
My dear Mr. Aleph; Thanks, thanks for your invita-
tion to a free trip to the moon or to Mars, especially to
have as traveling companion one so enlightened as you. It
would be a pleasure.
I. too. feel sickened by what goes on on the earth,
even after the thousands of years of teaching. You are
quite right in your explanation that maybe the light of
God, as far as the earth is concerned, has taken even
longer to reach the hearts of men than the 500 years of the
beam of that starlight.
Somehow, I think of these scientists as being like those
missionaries who go to busy themselves to give light to
savages in far-off lands when the light is so badly needed
in the lands of civilization, as they are called. I am think-
ing of all the rotteness that's festering on this earth. I
don't have to go far to observe it ... no farther than the
squalid slums I drive past on my way to work each morn-
ing .. those slums and those slumnyr little kids playing
dangerously on the streets.
DAVID
What's a Real Man If He's Not Intoxicated?
AS PART OF the celebration of Israel's tenth anniver-
** sary year, they have placed a plaque on the house on
the East Side where Naphtali Herz Imber, author of
Hatikvah. died.
Up above, Imber must be chuckling. Probablv he has
opened another bottlethere are plenty of spirits up there
and Imber is making a "lechayim." Raising the cup. he
is reciting the blessing: "Blessed art Thou. O Lord, our
God, Who didst create the fruit of the grape."
. Imber was always making that blessing. There is the
blessing for bread: "Blessed art Thou, Who bringest forth
a!l things from the earth." The blessing on water and so
on. But Imber didn't think much of the blessing on bread.
Lots of times, he didn't have the bread to make the bless-
ing over. He preferred the blessing on the grape
He was a drunkard, they said. Like Poo. Like Dylan
nAROLD ZJ. RIBALOW
Their Love for Sports
UkfHILE ISRAEL MARKS its tenth anniversary, the peo-
" pie of the State are not forgetting their love of sports
The Israel Olympic Games committee has finally decided
to send a soccer team to participate in the Asian Games
in Tokyo Which begin on May 24.
Israels problem was to make up its mind as to
whether it was going to ship a soccer or basketball team
to the games. The cost of sending the soccer players is
higher than that of dispatching a hoop squad to the games
in Japan, but it appears that the soccer boys have a better
chance to make a good impression than the basketball
players.
Other teams in the soccer competition are Afghanistan
Burma. Cambodia, Ceylon, Formosa. Hong Kong. India'
Indonesia, Iran, Japan. South Korea, Malaya, Pakistan
Singapore, Thailand. Vietnam and the Philippines
Meanwhile, on a slightly different level, the Football
Assn. of Britain has withheld permission for- the Sheffield
United, a soccer team, to tour Israel in May. The reason"
A pretty poor one. The British think that the Middle East
situation is tense right now. They should remember how
it used to be. The association says it will reconsider a
bit later on. We wonder what fhey are waiting for. Could
it be permission from Mr. Nasser?

Now that.the professional basketball season is over
t is worth noting that the 12th annual All-Star squad of
the N.B.A. has been selected by the nation's sports writers
and that Dolph Schayes made it again, in company with
Bob Cou.-ry.Bob Petti*. George Yardley and ^11 Sharman
A very good team, and Schayes fits right in with the
others.
Thomas. He was intoxicated. Spinoza was said to be God-
intoxicated. What's man if he is not intoxicated about
something or other?
He lived in Haifa for some years with the Christian
Zionist. Lawrence Oliphant. He wandered over the Mid-'
die East, over Europe. He wrote poems. Once the Em-
peror of Austria gave him a medal for a poem. The
Mikado of Japan sent him a letter of appreciation. But
poetry is no business. It's not like socks or suspenders
You can't make a living from it.
* ?! Wa.S ." bcg*ar- The la'e Judg* Mayer Sul'zberger
of Philadelphia, an eminent jurist, a fine Jewish scholar
and a great human being, set aside an allowance for him
To prevent Imber from drinking it up all at once. Judge
Sulzberger assigned the librarian of the Jewish Division
o the New York Public Library to administer it. Every
other day. Imber would come to a specified book and be-
tween the covers, would find the amount doled out to him
Once he was picked off the streets and brought to a
hospital where he was found to be very sick. A Catholic
urged him to make his peace with God and repent. He
asked her to bring a sheet of paper-he wanted to write
a poem of repentance, and he wrote that he repented the
pretty girls he had not kissed, the flowers he had nrissed
and so on.
,k f0 h'i'ife Was a failure' A11 he d'd as help establish
the Jewish State In the American Revolution. JoelBar low
wrote that one good song is worth a thousand procl.m,
east iSrt,Mf ,mber> Ha'ikvah *' Z^nism "t
least a semblance of reality for millions
HKRRERT ZYI SOI MR _
makes a unity of psychiatry and Juf^
Guidance." by Rabbi Jacob Leibowi,,u
1 Mankinds Magic
**|
aootht
which teaches positive thinking and^^T"1"*"!
The book is divided into four seS ?*
m." "We and Our Family." "wTia-V'H
selves
and Our
reader; while the"be"traya"fof nX.^?*3
for Rabbi Leibowitz
HU||J|
When he substitutes -d,
self" for "Know Yourself" a golden n,u?J
one's sell'is clearly implicit in knoSg "n ^
ference here seems to be one in ponn-f 3
"knowing" places the burden on the n* Xl
having." on the other hand. ,s "i^^
... 22 the bk' ,,k* i,s Pro<'ypes. once M
the battle cry against the individualism emS!
psychiatric. Filled with "homev.' sent.m^!"
advice about yielding to the storm of W?KSLb
vive. Rabbi Leibowitz in a burst of enthusutm2?
ship declares: "Religion has no dispute wito !!
. it rully agrees that mental ills are largely du/2
But however patronizing he may be {L,J?
neither psychiatry nor mental illness has to do iJ
Sins and guilt are not interchangeable Neither?!
Leibowitz' book interchangeable either wMTimI
assistance when it is needed or spiritual nutZS
it is sought. ""ami
BORIS SMOLAIt 1
Order Turned Down
WHEN GERARD SWOPE, former presides! of U
ww Electric, last November bequeathed his entire i
of several million dollars to the Technion in ami
news came as a surprise to most of the Jews in the I
States. The Jews in this country did not have a i
of the late American industrialist as interested a I
institutions. Many Jewish readers will, therefore, W,
more surprised when they read "Swope of G.E.," al
raphy of this unique personality written by Davis|
and just published by Simon and Schuster.
They will learn that his mother's maiden mi
Ida Cohn. that her father was Chief Rabbi of TV
Germany, and that he was the first Jew to win 11
gree at the University of flreslsru.
But what Will probably impress them most istsil
that in 1948 Gerard Swbpc rejected a British order*
flea 1 ly because he objected to British opposition *|
establishment of Israel. The honor was to be confa
Washington on June 15. 1948. making him an Be
Commander of the Order of the British Empire.
Was not only never a Zionist, but. because he taj
practicing Jew. many of his closest friends had:
that he Was a Gentile.
But he .was aroused by British policy in Pak
on June 8. three weeks after the proclamation of the!
of Israel, he wrote fo the British Ambassador in Wr
ton saying he "had lost his respect for the British S1
ment because of her. position at the United National
partition issue. Since very little is known about the*
ageous move made by Swope. I think it worthwaikr
produce here the tertt of his letter to the British taf
dor. It speaks for the fine character of the mai
"Naturally, I was gratified at the recognition i
ed me by the British government. My many tripsW^
land and other parts of the British Empire, njj
friends over there, and my hiyh esteem for yenj
wartime leader. Winston Churchill, all filled net
miration of what your country has done in the de^
and defense of democratic government In this I
however, in spite of repeated recommendations i
commissions of -your own government, of m '-
British Commission, and then finally of the actxl
United Nations on a separate state in Palestine.'
lating. reprehensible and non-constructiv* Itrtddl
government has left me without respect for its!
"Because of my feelings, it seems more fi~
me to decline the decoration your government
dered me.'"
Language Spoken
Ti^SSSr^JS^J^^f-
English accent or with an Arabic intonation
There is French, once the lingua franca of this are.
Not to forget Yiddish, that mixture M hh~.,., ui.i.
liatkits proponents, people who ml*y speak Hrbre A
and in conference, but lapse imo the 'm,"r. y^B
their youth with family and friends. Obvious^ ^
will be no obstacle to visitors during Israel s ten
sary year.
Take people from 70 nations, mix thrtjjsj
Israel has done, and it is necessary tohaw ~lltm
language to cement a muchdispersed P*0*1*? wJuiVj]
Hebrew is Hie language of Israel It >s work, and play, the language of instruct" UiSs#l
schools of discussions in Israel's Kenessei u<
fjafU*'
schools, of discussions in Israel -
the language of the country as English is i" m
the United States or French the language oi
Unhwily-ft Is a language that "fJ,JM,
from their children when the parents have c .
grants from another land while their children
in Israel.


[Mav 16. 1958.
<* aV/*V* n^rlrti^r,
15-A
|tEGAL notici
LSGAU NOTICE
[notice under
itious name law_
IS HKBBI '" that
llened, desiring I" em
.
".' I. \CNDF.Y K- i
I \V 2nd Ave Miami. Fla..
ild name w.th Hu-
ll in- Cliviill Court Of Dade
rite.
JACK MITNl'K
KKNA MITNTi-K
1-16
NOTICE UNDSR
riTIOUS NAMt LAW
i is rlErUBHY GIVEN that
deVli'lm: to innag* In
RK OPTICAL CO. OF FLOR-
N.E. 1st AVu., ai.ullu, r....,
, register said name with
nf the Circuit Court of Dade
orlda.
iKiillTHY SCHWARTZ.
.... Bole Owner.
-NOTICE UNDER
IriTIOUS NAME-LAW
; is HEREBY CTVEN that
iimi.il, desiring to engage In
Imler the fictitious name of
[PER IHSTBIHI
lami Avenue Intends lb reg-
Jname with the'Clerk of the
kurt of Dade County', Florid*.
II,-CO CORP. (A Fla. CTV.)
J NOTICE UNDER,
iTITIOUS 'NAME TAW
IS IIKRKIIY Q1VEN that
igned, desiring to engage in
under the fictitious name of
i IMPERIAL at SflOO T*. Ml-
iue Intends to register said
h the Clerk of the Circuit
bade County, Florida.
tl.-CO COttP, (A Fla. Corp.)
llCE BY PUBLICATION
IciRCUIT COUBT 0^ THE
Ith JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUOIC1AL CIRCUtT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. MC3588
RAYMOND E. BURKHALTBR,
F.alntiff.
CORA I! BI.'RKHALTER,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: CORA R. RFRKHALTER
ADDRESS UNKNOWN
You. Corn It. burkhulter, are hereby
notified that a Kill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed asalnRt you,
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Kill of Complaint on the plaintiffs At-
torney, Bernard Margolls, 71ft Bls-
cayne Building, Miami, Florida, and
file the original Answer or pleading In
Hie office of the Cl.-rk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 2nd day of
June, P'.'x. If you fall to do aw>, judg-
ment by defa-nlt will be taken against
Mm for th. teller demanded in the
Hill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each Week for four consecutive weeks
In Tim JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
PONS AM. iiRDEHKl) at Miami,
Florid*^ this 30th day of April, A.D.
1858.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
a Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(seal) By L A. CLEARE,
Deputy Clerk
BERNARD MAHGOI.LS
71" Hlsrayne nuildihg
Miami, Kloi
.Attorney for Plaintiff
6/2-VI6-2J
LEGAL NOTICB
NOT.CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS II .IYEN that
the uiuli rslgned, desiring to engage In
s under the fictitious name of
CORAI, (I
HOME at TOM b*.W. 8th Street. Miami,
Fla., Intend* to register said name
with the-Clcrk of the Circuit Court
of I >:ole County. Florida.
CORAL GABLES CONVALESCENT
HOME, INC.
IA Florida Corporation)
WILLIAM F. IJRENNER
Attorney for Applicants
420 Lincoln ltd Miami lteach, Fla.
4/2.7, .7/2-9-1B
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS II GIVEN Dial
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
ruler the fictitious in
Till: REBEL at S436 South West X7th
Miami. Florida Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Cfrcull Court of Dade County,
Plorl i
I, C MCRDOCK. Sole owner
GOLDMAN A GOLDSTEIN
Attorneys for Registrant
Fagler Street
Miami, Florida.
5/2-9-'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice l< HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fletTtlo
SCN COAST TKCSS MFG. at J69S
N.W. 47th Street in the City of Miami,
I- lol Ida int.
name with the Clerk tit [he circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
Dated at Miami, F.orlda, this 31st
day ol Mann, Pdv
SCN COAST ROT.'. FORMING I
By: Ccorfe I". Gt
President
AARON M KANNER, Esq..
Attorney for .Aj'pjh'ant
239 81 I'ldY, Miami. Fla.
4/2.".. 5/2-9-16 *
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS n iJVEN that
the und ing to engage in
l.iislnc-sV under the fictitious name of
CHARCOAL Hl'T. inc.. at IMS* Har-
ding Avenue In the City of Miami
Florida Intends to reglstel the
line wlfh the clerk of the Cn-
,-ult i '..in t of Da Florida.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 7th
day of May, 19.78.
9489 Harding Avenue Corporation
I A F i potation)
STEPHEN I. P.T'SKIN
Attorney for Applicant
1111 Alnsley llldg., Miami 32, Fla.
i>; j ____________
IN ANp FOR DADE
IN CHANCFRY.
No. 58C36J6
IA I. AGO,
Ilff.
OSEI'H ALAGO.
|u't FOR QIVORCE
TES JOSEPH ALAGO
Slatnda Alago
Ea-t'Wlrd Street
t*rkcity, n.y.
. required to serve a copy or
vi r to the Bill of Complaint
...i the plaintiff's attorney,
.- the original answer In the
ihe Clerk of the Circuit Court
the '.oh day of June, A.D.
klTTlse. the Bill of Complaint
re, heretofore filed herein,
_k.-n as confessed by you.
kit Miami, Florida, this 1st
lay, 1
,'.] V THERM AX. Clerk of the
Fc.iurt, DAdc County, Florida
Itv: L. A. CLEARE,
Deputy Clerk
. Solicitor
A FRIEDM \N
old Bldg., Miami, Fla.
*0 ______________________
I County judges* court
W FOR DADE COUNTY.
V IN PROBATE.
No. 39476 A
.STATE OF
Ienjamin karp
ae/censed
OF INTENTION TO MAKE
KTION FOR DISTRIBUTION
5 FINAL DISCHARGE
JJ-: is hereby given that I have
Final Report and Petition for
It. ii and Final Discharge as
Ira tor CTA of the estate of
E Karp, deceased: and that
[h day of June, 1958, will apply
Honorable County Judges ol
Bunty, Florida, for approval
Final -Report and for dfstrlbu-
J final dltu-barge as such Ad-
llor CTA of the estate of the
Tmed decedent. This Rth day
. ROE CHEREN
Imlnlstrator CTA of the Estate
lienjamln Karp, Deceased.
1-30 _____.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
. NOTJJJB ,S HEREBY JJIVEX that
the undersigned ^dfiflrfnqr to engage lr.
RALEIGH STECIALTY MFQ. CO. at
tend to register said name wnn ttie
Clerk of the Circuit Cbun of Dade
t oifnty. Florida
LEO SCHOR
WrLI.IAM FHCHS
i/ih. 5/2-9-16
NOTICE 'W HTTORrjT^GlVKN* that
the undersigned,'dpmpng to enguge in
business under The flelltiou-. narfie >f
I'.i.ND it 1IW7
v w :7rh Ave.. M ami Pla .
to reglner -A.d" name \\ i111 (hi
: :h.
Flotltla "
ALEXANDER BRENNER.
Sole Owner
KAPTENBAl'M, MAMBER &
GOPMAN. Attorneys for Applicant
1 I incoln l;d.. Miami Beach, Fla.
I > -'"..
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
* Jen isl flcridliari
olicit* youi legal nutJcM.
W apprclat your
patronage and guarant**
accurata enric at UgaJ
ratas
Phone FR 44366
lor messenger Mnrlc*
LEGAL NOTICt
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBf GIVEN that
the'underalgned, A-sirtnjC to engage In
business utider the fictitious name of
PoI.EVITZKY. JOHNSON** A8SO-
CIA'I'HS at 2.'i0 N.E.lSth street, Mi-
ami, Florida Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court oi I'ade Co'lUty, Florida.
ICtiR B- POI.EVITZKY
\ i:i..\l'.K JOHNSON
FRIEDMAN i, .-.'HAIIRO
Attorneys for Applicants
a/9-16-23-30 .
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
VOTICfe IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the umlerslsned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BoLKRO BAR at 1321 N. Miami Ave.,
Miami, Fla., Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court Of I^ade Count v, Florida.
CLARENCE W. MAHLER.
Sole Owner
BAR.NETT PBLTZ
Attorney for Applicant
329 N.W. 11th Ave.. Miami. Fla.
4/25, 5/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HfciREBI GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring i'> engage In
s under the fictitious name ol
H & L ATTO PARIS at 23ul N.W.
27th Avenue, Miami. Florida Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court' of Dade County.
****** HENRY J. LANDEN
LEONA K. LANDEN
GEORGE CHBREN
Attornrv for II & 1. Auto Parts
./2--l .
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, d. -Irlng to engage in
business under the fictitious name ol
RIGHT AIR CONDITIONING CO. at
70 71st Street. Miami Beach, Dade
Countv. Florida, Intend to register the
said name with the Clerk of the Cn-
cult Court of Dade County. Florida.
CHESTER M. RUSSO
svr.t Collins Avenue
Miami Beach. Flotilla
HERMAN O, WRIGHT
77ft N.W. l!81h Street
North Miami, Florida
4/23,5/2-9-16 *_____
"NOTICE UNDER
ICTITIOUS NAME LAW
H; IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Erslgned, desiring to engage In
I under the fictitious name of
J.\l. MoRTGAtlB CO. at Ml-
kn. County, Florida Intends to
I said name with the Clerk of
(cult Court of "Dade County.
JCLIAN IHCIIDINDER
_. & GREENFIELD
Ivs tor Julian Buchblnder
8-30 _______
NOTICE UN-DER
llCTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ice is hereby given that
let-signed. d<*trlng to engage In
> under the fictitious name of
JE.N AWNING SHUTTERS at
f. 3.1th Court, Hialeah, Fla:, In-
to register sgtd name With the
J>f the Circuit Court of Dade
I. Florida.
MODERN MANUFACTURING
COMPANY, INC.
(A Florida Corporation)
23-30
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY'. IN CHANCERY.
No. 58C3283
BESSIE PEltMAN,
Plaintiff,
vs.
HYMAN I El!MAN.
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: HYMAN PERMAN
738 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
Ktintlff's attorney. MICHAEL M.
KNUERO, 1412 Alnsley Building,
Miami 32, Florida, and file the orig-
inal in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before May 29th,
l'.ir.S. In default of which the complaint
will be taken as confessed against
Tated this 22nd day of April, A.D..
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(seal) By: JOAN KNEEDEN,
Deputy Clerk.
4/25. 5/2-9-1* ._______
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 58C3197
WILLIAM I.. ENSLNGER,
Plaintiff,
LOIS MARGARET ENSINGER.
Defendant. ..._.*...
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: Lois Margaret Enslnger,
915 South 9th Street,
Harrlsburg, Pennsylvania.
You ar uuliedf to serve a copy of your an-
swer to the bill of complaint for di-
vorce on plaintiffs attorney, W Kent
Jameson. 1764 N.W. SWh Street. Mi-
ami. Florida, and file the original In
the office of the Clerk nf the I In ant
Court of Dade County. Florida, on or
before the 23rd day of May 19.>S
otherwise the bill of comp alnt will
Ihtted at Miami, Florida, this 18CH
day ..f AldilM^ MAN. clerk f
Deputy Clerk.
4/15. 5/2-9-14 _
No. 5BCW17,
chari.es koseni;.\rt\:n. Lil-
lian s. RoSENGARTEN. sam
BERLIN. FREDA R". SI.'BIN AND
WHITEHART HOTEL INC- a Flor-
ida Corporation, .ll'I.HS G. JACOBS,
W O, ME<:HANIC and HILDA
MECHANIC.
Defendants.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
SUIT TO FORECLOSE MORTGAGE
TO: JCI.IPS (I. JACOBS
729 EAST 49th STREET___
BROOKLYN I, NEW YORK
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a Bill of Complaint to foreclose a
mortgage has been filed against you
on the following described real prop-
""x^V'ln" BLOCK nr, of OCEAN
BEACH ADDITION NO. 4, (less the
Westerly IS feet thereof, dedicated
for street purposes), according to
the Plat thereof, recorded in Plat
Book 3, at Page 1S1 of the Public
Records of Isade County. Florida,
together with all common law ripar-
ian rights appurtenant thereto; to-
gether witli Personal Proiierty as
per Inventory attached and made a
part.of the Hill "' Complaint.
Viil' ARE REul'IRED to file your
Answer or pleading In the Office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade
Countv, Florida, on or before the Sth
day of June, 19a8, and to serve a copy
of such Answer or pleading upon
AARON M. KANNER, Attorney for
th Plaintiff", whose address is: 239
Bhoreland Building. Miami. Florida I
you fall to do so. Judgment by default
I will be taken? against you for the re-
lief demanded in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each w-e.-k for I consecutive weeks in
The Jewish Fkirldlan newspaper.
Done and ordered at Miami, Dade
County. Florida, this 1st day of May.
E"n LEATHERMAN. Clerk of the
Circuit Court in and for Dade
Countv, Florida.
(seal) By: L. A. CLEARS.
1 Deputy Clerk.
5/9-16-2a--3f> ____________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
eleVentA JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
ci nmriA IN AND FOR DADt
COUNT* FLORIDA -N CHANCERY
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
No. 5BC3281
FAST LOAN I
Ida corporation,
al.ll 1-oRD A. HALL and
ARY I. BALL.
Jointly .aid Severally.
TO; CLIFFORD' A HALL
irkei-
You ci.tl-FoltD A. HALL, c/oJaclc
Parker, 9K1-W 4Mb St., Miami Beach.
KS.V Knd MARY L HAIJ-, Maple Bill
Orchards. Box 12, VVtervliet, Mich-
igan, are hereby notified thai.a Com-
plaint to Foreclose Chattel Mortgage
Kaa been filed against you. and you
are required to serve a copy of lout-
Answer or Pleading, to the BHl^ of
Complaint on ^hejilaintlff's Attorney.
GENE
Oiaim on wie iiiai.. Vj
IIK.1KT & GENET. 120 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida, and (lie the
original Answer or Pleading In the-of-
fice of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 10th day of June
p>iS If you fall to do so, Judgment by
default will be taken against you for
the relief demanded in the Bill of
' ',;,:;,1nV:",XnD ORDERED at Miami,
not Ida, this 5th day of May. A.D.
"^ E. B. I.EATHFRMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County, r orlda.
i:v;R.JLR.CE,yJReVit
c,i:nET & GENET
Attorneys for Plaintiff
120 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach. Fla.
.V9-16-23-30
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the ..nnerslgned. desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SOITIIM -.NT APARTMENTS at 103-
S W r.th Street. Miami. Florida in-
tends to register Wild name with the
cu-ik of th. Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
Dated at V. ami, Florida this 23rd
day of April, W.-JOMa,a pATISH
Sola Owner
4/2."., .1/2-9-16
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 43499-B
In Re: ESTATE OF
i; FORCE V. LIVINGSTON, SR..
a/k/a GEORGE F. LIVINGSTON
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You. and each of you are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of vnu, may have against the
estate of GEORGE F. LIVINGSTON,
SR., a/k/a GEoRGF. F. LIVINGSTON
deceased late of Mahonlng County,
Ohio, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same In their
offices In the County Courthouse In
Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof, or the same
Will be barred. ___
RENA LIVINGSTON
CHARLES LIVINGSTON II .
GEORGE F. LIVINGSTON, JR.
Ancillary Co-EXecutora
ARONOV1TZ, ARONOV1TZ *
HAVERFIELD, Attorneyn
748 Seybdld Building
Miami. Florida
3/9-16-83-30_______________
ME COUNTY JUDGES-' COURT
iND FOR DADE COUNTY,
IDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 43453-A
ESTATE i IF
I FANNIE BEERE8
Deceased _
r^OTIcm TO CREDITORS
c, ,.,utrs and All Persons Hav-
"Inis or Demands Attainst Said
and each of you are hereby
I and required to present any
and d.-niands which yon, <>r
I of you, may have against the
(of Mmnle Beeres deceased late
He Count.-. Florida, to the llon-
J Count.' Judges of 1 is
lie tlo sa/ne in their "ft ices In
bunty Courthouse In Dndr Cotin-
I within eight calentaf
Is ft-osn the date ol the first pub-
In hereof. Said claims or de-
ii'uin lb- legal aldress of
*ltnaiit ami to l- sworn to and
hteil as afo: will be
} See Si eli,. ttt.lt Of th
He \cl.
Mav ,, A D 1958.
I.II.YAN Tl'RNER
mix of the Last W|ll and
I
laaed.
file.A I. IM SKIN
Mn-le
I, I ll-lg
I-23-3U
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HHKKBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business Under the fictitious name of
ACE I'l.ASTH- MATERIALS at ...41
N W ITili Avenue, Miami. Dade
County, Florida. Intend to register
.-ild name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
J F, LAZARI'S
ALBERT GREENBLATT
MAX R. SILVER ,
Attorn.- for Ace Plastic Materials
j| Sevbold Building
Miami 32, Florida.
5/9-16-23-30 ________________
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTH K IS BERHBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, debiting to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
COTILLION ARMS at 69SCI Rue Ver-
sailles, Miami Beach, Florida, intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
'""l-l'-PLA CONSTRUCTION COSP.
By Irving Rubin
ALBERT L. ROSEN ___
Attoin.-y for Rupta Construction Corp.
940 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
6/2-9-16-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 5C3832
^H&Sunm mcmaw>.
a minor.
By DONALD VICTOR l.AWSON,
her stepfather
W-U' h'^ NOTIFIED
TOR LAWBON for the adoption of
.,-tltloner, DONALD. \" "K
UVSON. s.ld -eqillred to
sirre ft copy of .our Answer or Ob-
% to'sbow cause why said pet.
ion should rn e, .-"the
a MILLER, C.n illdine, M-
fml-FfcrBIa, and Hie Ihe orig nsl 1
' .''..f,,,,. of the Clerk of th.
[he 2MI. of Ma>,
"'HEREIN FAIL NOT or a
II I- entered against
(M^' By: JOAN PNBED1
' Deputy Clerk.
4/23.B/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERBBT OTVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
buslnesn under The nctlth"
-PTBNT CITY" and "CIVn-TAN POST
FXCIIANGI-r- at HO N.W. 7th
Street, Miami Intends to register said
name with th.- cl.-rk o' th. rirault
Court of Dade Countyi Florida.
HAROLD Si'llla I ER
KOVNER MAVNHF.IMFU
Attorneys for Harold schecter
:!-*>, 6'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Ho- "nrilKliifs fwril'"" '" engago In
l.uinn. Ihe fictitious name of
LAMB'S I.A1NDROMAT at III-' ISth
tree. Miami Beach. Florida intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
r, nit Court of Ihide County.
""' ALBERT COHEN and
|LlV" B- orlE..
Co-Partners
.-.l-3->. 6'
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. Mr8794
ELINOR L. MURPHY,
lalntiff,
CLYDE W. MURPHY.
Defendant. ._
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: CLYDE W MURPHY
875 HIM Roatl
Wlnnetka, IlllnoLs
You 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 I lead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
plaintiff's Attorney, s<,1I'1AI'fc5^NJ
DER, 1102 Congress Building. Miami
Jl Florida and file the original An-
swer or Pleading In the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before
the 9th day of lone. 19..8. ir you fall
to do so. Judgment by default will tfc
taken against yon for the relief de-
manded | the BIU of Complaint
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AM) ORDERED at Mla--I,
this Sth day of May. A.D..
19B8' B B. LEATHERMAN, Clark.
Circuit Court, Dade ''""'. -J,!?,['.'."
(seal) !'> JOAN SNEEDr.N
*"""" Depitlv Clatrk.
.1/9-16-23-30
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 58C3S068
GRACE FRANDSEN.
Plaintiff, ;
VS.
JACK B. FRANDSEN,
Defendant. ____
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JACK B. FRANDSEN
c'o General Dellveev
Charleston,' South Carolina
You Jack B. Frandsen, are hereby
notllir'd that a Bill ol Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against >oU.
andTuu "are required t^setve a copy
,,f your Answer or PleadWii
."-.' tn.''.. 1
f Complaint on the ptelntlff s Atfr-
nev, DAVID M. OONSHAK, 1009 Bis-
Uuildlng, Miami 12, Florida and
file the original Answer or leading
In the office of the Clerk of the Clr-
cuit Court on or liefore the 2nd day
of lone, 19'.8. If you fall to do mi.
Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded In
^lll or
This notice shall he 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.
E It. LEATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade Couny. Fl (seal) Bj l. A.< BARS.
1 Deputy Clerk
DAVID M. GONSH \K
1009 Blscayne Building
Miami 32, Florida I
Attornev for Plaintiff
;, 1-9-1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIN EN that
tl. undei.M .nig to engage In
1.1,sine- unde, ihe fictitiousi narM of
LILYAN CORTES at 3800 N. Miami
Avenue intends to register said name
with Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade Countv, Fl- _
WALL-CO CORP. (A Fla. Corp.)
5/9-16-23-30
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Fridc
Miami Beach Chief of Police Mike Fox wishen
"good luck" to American Savings softball
team at its opening game last Friday night
against Miami Beach Police pepartment team
in Beach Softball Night League. American
Savings team is sponsored by American Sav-
ings Building and Loan Assn. of Miami Beach.
Parents Invited To Visit School



Prospective kindergarten and
first grade students with their
parents are invited to visit the He-
brew Academy during "Get to
Know L's Week" May 15 through
22.
During this period, students and
their parents will have an oppor-
tunity to experience a full school
day in the kindergarten and pri-
mary grades. All guests and visit-
ors during the week are also in-
vited to have lunch with the stu-
dents.
MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
5505 N.W. 3rd Street Phone MO 1-8201
BUS 19 PASSES MOUNT NEBO
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross.
principal, said that a special
orientation meeting will be
scheduled daily for visiting par-
ents, at which time the Acad-
emy's bilingual program of ed-
ucation will be described in de-
tail.
Rabbi Gross added that "the
purpose of Get to Know Us Week
is primarily to acquaint the child
wi h his n e m school- prospective
teachers and to provide him with
a n opportunity t o preview t h e
;roup experience to which he will
be exposed when the school term
begins "
Parents will also be given an
opp.irtunity to tour the school and
\.sii each of the Academy grades.
GORDON X^X
; FUNERAL HOME
Miami's Pioneer Jewish Funeral Home
FR 3-3431
FRanklin 9-1436
710 S.W. 12th Ave. Miami
HARRY 60RD0N, Preside*,
IKE CORDON, fomtrel Director
PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO.
"Miami's Leading
0 Servif fee Jewlsfc
W4WI 0*1
AND OMIT
JEWISH *
MONUMENT
BUILDERS
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AT lOWfST PRICES
M MIAMI I
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HEADSTONES
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Why Pay More? Buy for Less at Palmer's and Save I
All Mo*me*fi Ceifem AW. h O.r On Steps Wit kin J Days I
S277 -Tt-ii saarmeui strut
Meat to Career at llti Areaue .
PN0NES! J HI 4-0*21
I Nl 44923
Miami Ad Men
Form New Group
The recently-organized Greater
Miami Assn. of Advertising Agen-
cies. Inc.. elected its first officers
last week, naming Charles Fried-
lander, of Friedlander-Roland Bo-
dM ,of Miami, as president.
Other officers elected include
Irwin, Harris, of Harris & Co.,
vice president; David Hume, of
Hume. Micklcborry & Smith, sec-
retary; and Arthur Fieldcn. of Bis-
hopric. Green & Fielden. treasurer.
These officers will serve until
! the association's first annual
meeting.
Friedlandi-r announced that an
; executive committee is to he elect-
ed at a later date, and said the aim
of the ad group is the strenthening
of standards for advertising agency
procedures in the area
When a Widow
Has an Income
be future it>i n>m<
confldeni i I Man
bum NAT -A\S
Representing
Metrepelitm Life Insurance Cemeeny
3200 S.W. 3r Avenue, Miami
Phones FR 3-4616 or N 6-9911
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j 3141 N.W. 10th A,.. FR 3 7110
Have your roof repaired now; you
will save on a new roof later.
"Satisfactory Work by
Ec*riencerf Men"
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Wend fe, H
Tsuiftrte*
Smileagei
Starts At
B.F.Goodrich safety $
Fully Guaranteed NEW TIRE tuie-ty,
r00'6 lUl^70'3 IIZ
81
7J0-1S
LIFE-SAVER Silvern
seals punctures permaneatl
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round* a nail, gript it in so lir-tifsc m
Then, when the nail ii renotd dst
tealaat follow* it into the boll,
permanent repairl
19
10
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ev. .SOCIALITE
the
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Miami, Florida. Friday, May 16, 1958
Family of Federation agencies prepares to
celebrate 20th anniversary June 1 at Amer-
icana hotel. Program chairman Mrs. Milton
Sirkin (seated) tells Leo Eisenstein and other
members of her committee that she arrived
here in 1938, same year Greater Miami Jewish
Birth Daze Mr. and Mrs. Morton Levin,
of 3425 SW 76th ave., are happily announcing the
arrival of Michael Ross, who made his appear-
ance Apr. 20 Seven pounds. 8 ounces .
Mommy is the former Marcy Raffel.
Princess Eugenie hats and Charleston-length
fwiiTbe on display at the 20th anniversary party for Feder-
At the Americana hotel, June 1 Miriam (Mrs. Milton)
and Martha (Mrs. Stanley) Myers will be seen wearing the
Jthat set the women agog 10 years ago The trick will be
however, not with mirrors but with old photographs unearth-
Dm Federation's files ...
fliriam says it is all part of the "nostalgia" photo exhibit to
fctured at the 20th annual meeting ..Other prominent local
Tin the "fashion party" include Mrs. Sam Blank, Mrs. Carl
lie, Mrs. Leon Kaplan and Mrs. Louis Glasser.
ted K. Shochet, publisher of The Jewish Floridian, left Wed-
for New York City to attend the American Assn. of English-
Newspapers confab He's a past president of the organ-
He'll stay a week, with headquarters in the Corn-
hotel.
falling under "the spell of the Islands" recently were the Carl
lies the Carl Susskinds and the Samuel Liptons They
fat the Royal Hawaiian hotel until May, with plans to visit
V islands in the Hawaiian chain with flying trips to Kauai,
land the "big island" of Hawaii before returning to Miami
lassport's in order, shopjng is done, and she's rarin' to go
Jice (Mrs. Louis) Spector leaves in a few weeks on her first
D Europe Special purpose (if one needs a purpose) is
Eminent arrival of brother Capt. Paul Rice's fourth child .
js stationed in Frankfurt, and Alice's mother, Mrs. Anna Rice,
lady there waiting for thelittlest Rice to make his or her
\ you ask Louis, he'll say he's not going over ... But what
sn't know is that intricate and well-laid plans have already
giade to whisk him off to Frankfurt Alice has bought his
[and hidden it in the back of a drawer Friends have been
d to see that he's packed and put on the plane When
does things, nothing is left to chance! .
fyou want to help speed Louis on his way, be on hand at 123
d rd when Alice's phone call from Frankfurt sets things in
This is what you'd call the shock heard round the
I Bon Voyage, Louis!
...
,s. Rose Abrams, of the Allen hotel, Miami Beach, is leaving
,ew York visit shortly .
r and Mrs. Harry Spivack, of 939 9th st, are back from
ial and the Workmen's Circle convention Harry was a
le for the'entire Southern district He's treasurer of
i 692 here Just to keep it in the family, Ida is treasurer
Vomen's* Club of the Branch They also visited Buffalo,
Falls and Toronto before returning home.
is out that Hendrik Berns, top writer and editor of the
* Magazine of the Miami Herald, will do a feature story very
ki Art Ungar, Miami automobile dealer Mr. Ungar who
knd still very active in the business, started it here in 1919.
******
rii Guv'nor" will be the password later this month when 46
bors arrive for the annual governors' conference May 21. .
t to attend are Louisiana's Gov. Earl K. Long and Gov. Theo-
l. McKeldin, of Maryland Five territorial governors will
I here ...
mm Luby Jr., head of the Miami automobile concern, will put
levrolets at the disposal of the distinguished guests, their
~and staffs He's also arranged for drivers and special
> plates, wili deliver them to the governors and see that they
irviced and in excellent running order.
Irs Rose Abelson, of 1402 Pennsylvania ave., will leave May
Buffalo, to attend the wedding of her niece From there
ans to go on to Los Angeles to see her family ... She U be
[in September.
fcilda Carmel, of 3790 Prairie ave., has been chosen as one
heading Jewish artists to exhibit at the new Art Gallery of
kizuk Amuno Social and Educational Center in Baltimore .
Ipening exhibit is a loan from the Jewish Muum of New
under the auspices of the Jewish Theological Seminary of
[eluded are the famous artists Chaim Soutine-.Cnaim^roasis'
Land and Tschacbasov Hilda, whose *um '* 7**
Ml. will be represented by a painting Daniel in the Lion s
. She's also been shown at the Miami Beach Art Center
numerous shows in New York.
loddy and Col. Nat Ro*od, of 845 Catalonia ave. have extra
fe to te all smiles these days Their brilliant and lovely
fter. Judianne. is one of the top 1.000 high school seniors in
Wry ... The announcement came May 1 that J"*"*
Tw.th five other Miamians. had won a National Men Schola.
L She'll graduate from Coral Gables High School in June
[enter Radcliffe in September, to major in biological re-
Lner from Miami Senior High was Michael Aaron, Ueber-
fson of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome I^wL>e.berin"n;t dv S*
I Mike is headed for MIT in the fall, to study electrical
eering.
ihJIi^wiisltUEIliDipidliiaun
Section B
Federation was organized. Seated (left) is Mrs.
Henry Seitlin, serving with arrangements com-
mittee. Standing are Mrs. Edwin Oppenheim
and Mrs. Harry B. Smith. Not shown are at-
tendance chairman Mrs. Aaron Fan and hos-
tesses chairman Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff.
mas. ntuBiM levine .
Kahaner Auxiliary
Picks Mrs. Levine
Mrs. Reuben Levine has been
elected to succeed Mrs. Marvin
Choos as president of the Mollie
Kahaner Ladies Auxiliary of Mont-
icello Park Jewish Center.
Mrs. Levine, who resides with
her husband and four children at
891 NE 15h ter.. N. Miami Beach,
is active in religious and civic af-
fairs here.
She has been secretary of the
board of the congregation for the
past several years, and is a past
president of the Department of
Florida Jewish War Veterans Aux-
iliary.
Other officers elected to serve
for the forthcoming year are Mrs.
Harry Barnett. Mrs. Herbert Ra-
vitz, Mrs. Joseph Dranikof. and
Mrs. Larry Cavell, vice presidents;
Mrs. Jack Goldstein, recording
secretary; Mrs. Sidney Weiner,
corresponding secretary; Mrs. Sol
Elfenbein. financial secretary; and
Mrs. Gabriel Schantzis. treasurer.
She Becomes
Women's Division
Chief for Bonds
Ruth Benjamini (Mrs. Haskell)
Lazere has been appointed Wo-
men's Division director for Israel
Bonds in the Greater Miami area,
it was announced Wednesday by
Morris Sipser, city manager of the
Israel Bonds Organization.
She is a native of Tel Aviv, Is-
rael, and daughter of the late Dr.
Aaron Benjamini and Mrs. Larissa
Benjamini.
Dr. Benjamini, a distinguished
physician, settled in Palestine
prior to World War I, and was a
close friend of David Ben-Gurion
and President Itzhak Ben-Zvi, with
whom he attended the University
of Constantinople.
Mrs. Lazere joined the Haganah
Defense Forces at the age of 12.
She later fought in the War of In-
dependence as an officer in the
Israeli Air Force. Among her sev-
eral tasks was the important as-
signment of doing rehabilitation
work with wounded and invalids in
different hospitals.
A graduate of Herzalia College
in Tel Aviv, Mrs. Lazere also
studied at the New York School of
Design. At Columbia University,
she studied dramatics and fine
arts. She is master of four lan-
guages and can find her way in two
others. Sculpturing, which several
instructors have suggested she do
MRS. HASKELL MOM
professionally, is her hobby.
Since 1950, Mrs. Lazere has been
visiting the United States in vari-
ous capacities for the Israel gov-
ernment. She organized the Israeli
Philatelic Services in the U.S. and
later joined the Ministry of De-
fense Supply Mission. During the
past two years, Mrs. Lazere has
traveled throughout the United
States as Women's Division direc-
tor for Israel Bonds.
A short time ago, she married
Haskell Lazere, Southeast director
of the American Jewish Congress,
and they reside in Coral Gables.
BB Women Wil! Hear Speakers
Meeting'of B'nai B'rith Women
L showere'd at "he ^JSlS^SAVSlSfi
I Gables, whose wedding to Bob Newman t_* P rf
Hostess was MrsJoseph ^"f ^ ,f claswt t"he U of M,
14 guests were all members of bturiej s <-<=
both she and Bob are students.
Temple Emanu-El's club for
senior citizens, the Forty-Niners,
will Mp* meeting and social Mon-
d.iv elKng in Sirkin Hall, accord-
ing to Mrs. Isidore Newman, pres-
ident.
of Miami will be held Tuesday.
8 p.m.. at Beth David Auditorium.
Theme of the meeting will be
"Employment of the Handicap-
ped," a new project undertaken by
Florida B'nai B'rith Women.
Guest speaker will be Leo Axl-
rcd. a member of President Eisen-
hower's Committee on Employ the
Physically Handicapped, chairman
of the Florida State Chamber of
Employ the Physically Handicap-
ped, and secretary-general of the
Employ the Physically Handicap-
ped Division of the Chamber of
Commerce of the Americas.
Also to speak will be Allen R.
Cohen, executive director of the
Retarded Children's Society of
Dade County. A film, "No Less
Precious." narrated by Walter
Kronkite, is also on the program.
Mrs. David Vender, chairman ol
the Employment of the Handicap-
ped projeci. has arranged the eve-
ning.
Choi Group Insta'hlion
Chai group of Hadaasafc will hold
its Installation of officers Monday
night at the Carillon hotel.
Now officers are Mrs. Jacob
Bomstein, president; Mrs. Alvin
Schwartz, M*a. Sumr.or Glasier and
Mrs. Raphael Lc\i. vice presidents.
Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz will be install-
ing officer.


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Renowned Women Will be Heard Here
At Israel Bond Functions June 8 and 9
Two well-known dignitaries will
visit the Greater Miami area dur-
ing the next three weeks a* quests
of honor for the Women's Division
of the State of Israel Bond Organ-
ization.
Arriving May 20 will be Marilyn
Cantor, noted performer of stage
and teli nutoii and daughter of Ed-
die Cantor, and Cul. Shmhann Ger-
shom. oommandiog otltcer of Chen,
Women's Army of Israel who, vull
!>< hare June 8 to 9.
Miss Cantor w.'.i address two
Sponsors meetings on the same
day. At 10:30 a.m., she will be
tiuest el honor at th home of Mrs
Jack C. Stein. M10 W. Broadview
dr.. Bay Harbor Island, and at 2:30
p.m., she will be received at the
home of Mrs. WilHam Yanowitz.
4376 Adams ave.. Miami Beach.
Col. Gershom will addreaa a
meeting of Sponsors of Israel June
MISS MARILY-i CANTO*
Soao:1ne
NOW
You Can Drink
AllTbo
Ict4TWY Want
WITHOUT
Gaining A Siof>
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4-Ot. -Six* Bottla Onry 1H
At Uadlnf reed MmM
SVSARJNt is K.M.r ead to Approved
by the Union ef OiRosdsa
Jewtoh CeeareaaHeaa.
8 and will award Chen Charms
June 9. All those who purchase a
$1,000 bond are regarded as Spon-
sors of Israel, and all women who
purchase or sell $2,500 in Israel
Bonds are entitled to Chen Charms.
Miss Cantor, who has followed in
her father's theatrical footsteps,
has attained considerable recogni-
tion as an entertainer of stage,
television and radio. A graduate
|*e the American- Academy of Dri
matic Art. she has appeared in
road company performances of
"Best Foot Forward.'' "Three Men
on a Horse," "Springtime for Hen-
ry." and other musical and dra-
matic productions in many com-
munities.
Col. Gershom's appointment as |
chief of Chen was the culmination
of a career dedicated to the de-
fense of the Jews in the Holy Land.
From her arrival In Palestine in
192S through the Sinai campaign
of 1996, she has served her country
with distinction
The career of the petite, anburn-
haired leader has been charged
with action and drama. During
the late 1920s and all through the
'30's, she was a pivotal figure in
Haganah. the defense army of the
Jewish community of Palestine in
the days of the mandate.
With the outbreak of World War
II. Shoahana Gershom became one
of the first 90 to take part in a
British Army officers' course for
women, and she was one of the
first four to graduate. Col. Ger-
shom led a unit of women drivers
in Egypt until her transfer to Italy
as a member of the Jewish Bri-
gade. There, the women staffed
the military hospitals during the
day and cared for Jewish refugee
children in the evening. Col. Ger-
shom was the last of the Palestin-
ian women officers to leave Italy.
Friday,

Sinai Ladies Hold
Annual Event
Mrs. Ellis Marks was installed
president of Temple Sinai Sister-
hood Wednesday evening at the
Carillon hotel.
The business portion of the pro-
gram was conducted by outgoing
president Mrs. Howard Novell.
Arrangements for the evening
were under the chairmanship of
Mrs. Harold Fund. Babbi Benno
Wallach read the ceremonies. "Our
Rising Star" was the title of a
script prepared by Mrs. Kurt Wal-
lach for presentation at the an-
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FlagJer Women
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Women's Group of Hie Flagter
Granada Jewish Community Cen-
ter was to hold Its installation of
officers Thursday it the Center
auditorium.
Mrs. Nathaniel Levin was to in-
stall Mrs. Samuel Goldstein as
president. Mrs. Barney Landers is
first vice president, and Mrs. Ar-
nold Michelaon is second vice pres-
ident.
Mrs. Jack Jacobson will serve
a s treasurer, and Mrs. Isadore
Burak will be recording secretary;
Mrs. Aaron Shapiro is correspon-
ding secretary.
The installation was to be chair-
ed by Mrs. Arnold Michclson.
Yeshlva Women
Organize Here
A branch of Yeshiva University
Women's Organization has been
formed in the Greater Miami area.
New officers are:
The Mesdames Isadore Fried-
man, president: Harry Schwartz.
first vice president; Joseph Zemel.
second vice president; Jonah E.
C a plan, recording and correspond-
ing secretary; George Kim met and
AI Miller, co-treasurers.
A membership tea is being plan-
ned by the Miami Branch at the
home-of Mrs. Friedman,- 4904 Sher-
idan ave.. Miami Beach, at 1 p.m..
Wednesday, May 28. Rabbi Jonah
E. Captan, regional director of
Yeshlva University, wtn be guest
speaker.
There are. as of today. 20 young
men and women of the Greater Mi-
ami area attending various bran-
ches of Yeshiva University. The uni-
versity comprises 17 schools and
divisions located at six teaching
centers in New York City. More
than 3.090 young men and women
are pursuing courses in the arts
and sciences and in Jewish studies,
leading to undergraduate, grad-
uate and professional degaees.
The Southern regional office of
Yeshiva University is located at
407 Lincoln rd.

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Hebrew School Picnic
Miami Hebrew School will bold
its annual picnic Sunday beginning
10:30 a.m. at Pit 2 in Crandon
Park. The progam of games will
be under the supervision of school
principal Jerome Srhulman and
members of the faculty.
N. Dade Ladied
In Twin Event! [
Two major events art
for the Nor.h Dade Jet
Sisterhood during th*
May. Mrs. Fred Blank,
announced.
On Thursday and FnjJ
week, a rummage tat t\
held at 645 NE 129th sL j
the leadership of Hri.l
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ii Chapter of Hadassah Will
Install Mrs. Soltz, Others Monday
Iffcers of the Miami chap-
ladassah will be installed
luncheon Monday at the
Terrace hotel. Rabbi
lltosenberg will be install-
er.
Berald P. Soltz will be in-
ls president. Mrs. Soltz
ier president of tne South-
kon of Junior Hadassah,
Received a Jewish Agency
lip to the Summer Insti-
fcrael in 1952.
founder and honorary
of the Naomi group of
and served as treasurer
Ijorida region of Hadassah
[years.
:s in Brief
Installation
I in Brief Club Installed
lurice Weinberg president
Organization's 28th annual
uesday at the McAllister
(officers installed were the
les I. Reisman. vice presi-
|arry Kotkin. secretary;
Kotkin. treasurer; and
. Mell, librarian.
tack Samet was in charge
br arrangements, and Mrs.
Kotkin was installing offi-
iry Has Meeting
ft Pal Revelation" and a
[meeting were the order of
for the Greater Miami
. American Medical Cen-
Inesday evening at the
ne hotel.
She is founder and honorary pres-
ident of the Eleanor Roosevelt
chapter of B'nai B'rilh Women,
past president of the B'nai B'rith
Women's Council of South Florida,
and is presently second vice pres-
ident of B'nai B'rith Women's Dis-
trict 5. Mrs. Soltz has served as
a vice president of the Conference
of Jewish Women's Organizations
of Dade -and' Brovrarrr Counties.'
She is a member of the board of
governors of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and a vice
chairman of the Miami Division of
the Women's Division of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation.
She is a member of the execu- '
tive committee of the B'nai B'rith
Youth Organization and of the re*
gional advisory board of the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai B'rith.
Other officers to be installed are
Mrs. Homer Rievman, executive
vice president; Mrs. Yaakov Ros-
enberg. Mrs. Emanuel S. Scitlin,
Mrs. George Simon and Mrs. Phil-
lip Schiff, vice presidents; Mrs.
Louis Rubin, treasurer; Mrs. Mar-
vin Za'nk, financial secretary; Mrs.
Herman Sumars, corresponding
secretary; Mrs. Leslie Blumberg,
membership dues secretary.
The Miami chapter of Hadassah
comprises 10 groups with a total
membership of over 1.200. Mem-
bers are now engaged in an active
membership drive to secure 500
new members as a gift to the na-
tional Hadassah convention slated
for the first time in 46 years in
Miami Beach in October.
Mrs. Murray Levine, chairman
of the luncheon, is taking reserva-
tions.
Miami chapter of Hadassah officers are top financial secretary; and Yaakov Rosenberg,
row (left to riqht) the Mesdames Leslie Blum- educational vice president. Seated (left to
berg, membership dues secretary; Philip right) are the Mesdames Louis Rubin, treas-
Schiff, membership vice president; George urer; Homer Rievman, executive vice pres-
Simon, program vice president; Herman Sei- ident; Gerald P. Soltz, president; and Emanuel
mons, corresponding secretary; Marvin Zank, Seitlin, fund-raising vice president.
Beth David Sisterhood Installation
To Feature Interlude/ Award of Pins
Mrs. Yaakov G. Rosenberg will i er, Sidney Goldberg, Richard Her-
be installing officer Wednesday, old. Sidney Kaplan. Art Kravitz.
1 p.m. in the Beth David Syna-
gogue for officers and board mem-
bers of Sisterhood. To be installed
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President, Mrs. Ralph Hankin.
vice president, Mrs. Max Jacob-
son. Mrs. Homer Rievman. Mrs.
Harold Reinhard; corresponding
secretary. Mrs. Louis Spector; re-
cording secretary, Mrs. Jack Top-
pell; financial secretary, Mrs.
Louis Rosenson; treasurer, Mrs.
Herman Goodman; assistant treas-
urer, Mrs. Max Rosing.
Membership secretary. Mrs.
Max Bergman; advisor, Mrs. Har-
ry Gordon; parliamentarian, Mrs.
Harold Berney.
Members of the board are the
Mesdames Herman Alexander.
Sam Badanes, Morton Beigel, Carl
Bernhardt. David Braun. Rebecca
Castle. Geor^fe Feller, Meyer For-
Louis Lemberg. Roy Mack. Morris
Rabinowitz, George Rachlin, Sigo
Raskin. Irving R a t n e r Peritz
Scheinberg and William Wein-
traub.
Mrs. Herbert E. Scher is chair-
man. Under the chairmanship of
Mrs. Louis Lemberg, there will be
a presentation of a "Musical In-
terlude." Following the ceremony.
Rabbi Rosenberg will address
members and their guests.
the following:
Bronze pins to Mesdames Sam.
Badanes. Isador Fine. Herman
Goodman, Max H a n d s h u Max
Jacobson, David Parnes, Harold,
Reinhard, Homer Rievman, Mor-
ris Rabinowitz. Max SiegeL
Silver pins will be awarded to
Mesdames Max Bergman, Harold
H. Berney. Ralph Hankin, Nathan
Spiegelman, Harry Zuckerman.
Reception and tea on the patio
under the ohairmanship of Mrs.
Frank Rose will conclude the in-
stallation affair.
Psychology and Prejudice
At a luncheon meeting of Miami
Beach B'nai B'rith Lodge to be
held Tuesday noon at the DiLido
Aysches Chayil Award pins, giv- hotelt guest speaker will be Dr
en by the National Southeastern
Women's League for service and
participation, will be awarded to
Murray Heiken. of Miami. He will
discuss "Psychological Roots of
Prejudice."
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AJCommittee Party
At Robinson Home
The American Jewish Commit-1
tee will hold a cocktail party and
itception in honor of new mem- >
bers of the Greater Miami chap-1
ter at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
L*0 Robinson. 4430 Pinetree dr.. i
Sunday from 4 to 6 p.m.
The affair ifl a hitfh spot in the I
AJCommittee annual membership!
drive that is still under way. Co-
thairmen of this year's member-
ship campaign are Mrs. Bernard I
Stevens and Mrs. A. Herbert
Mathes.
Col. Nathan B. Rood, who re-
cently headed a ten member Mi-
ami chapter delegation to the
AJCommittee's national conven-1
lion in New York, will discuss
l.i flights of the meeting.
Hostesses for the party include
the Mesdames Irvin Korach,
chairman of hostesses. Alvin t'as-
sel David Fireman. Burton B.
Goldstein. Charles Leeds. A. Her-
bert Mathes. Nathan B. Rood. Sey-
inour Samet. HaroM B. Spaet. Ber-
nard Stevens. Richard Wotfson.
Announce Camp
Registration Here
Tifereth Israel Congregation
announces the opening of registra-
tion for its summer day camp pro-
gram to be held at 0 N. Miami
ave.
Activities will include swim-
ming, arts and crafts, minor
sports, trips away, games, sing-
ing. Jewish observances, and spe-
cial exents.
There will be two sessions, each
lasting four weeks. The first will
be June 16 through July 11. The
second is July 14 through Aug. 8.
Time will be from a.m. to 2:30
p.n.
Hadassah Groups
Have Installations
Mrs. Gerald Schwartz, of 925 NE
180th st.. was installed as pres-
ident of the 130-member Albert
Einatein froup of Hadassah at a
luncheon Monday at the Thunder-
bird motel.
Mrs. A. Arthur Pekelner. newly-
elected vice president of the Flor-
ida Region of Hadassah. conducted
the ceremony. A skit, Projects
on P......j" at*-- and produced
by Mrs. Sy Baron, was also pre-
si'iiti'd.
New corresponding secrtary is
Mrs. Baaud Lo0, Wio nw 2nd
pi. Other officers are the Mes-
Hernian Slapin. Arthur Wil-
lens. Sy Barun. Alvin At lass and
Stuart Velick. vice president m
Maurice Corenblum, treasurer:
Coleman Rosenfield. recording sec-
retary: S. J. Stone, membership
secretary: Louis Caine. social sec-
retary: and D. Browman. financial
secretary.

Final meeting of the year for the
Aviva group was the installation of
officers by Rabbi Herbert Baum-
gard. at the La Casita tea room.
Monday noon.
The program included an origin-
al skit written by Mrs. Richard
Fink. Rabbi Baumgard is South
Dade Jewish Center spiritual
leader.

The gavel was presented to Mrs.
Henry Gtlman. 6361 SW 36th st..
when she was installed as pres-
ident of Terah group by Mrs. Irwin
Liss Monday noon at the Garden
restaurant.
Officers on the slate are vice
presidents. Mrs. William GoMherg,
Mrs. Max Swartz, and Mrs. Pail
Sobel; recording secretary, Mrs.
Henry Berg: corresponding secre-
tary, Mrs. Abe Freedman.
Membership secretary, Mrs.
Louis Levison; financial secretary,
Mrs. Philip Dilner; treasurer, Mrs.
Max Shapiro; parliamentarian,
Mrs. David Elkind.
Program chairman Mrs. Harry
Gordon arranged the fashion show.
Clothes were by Mary Norton and
furs by Adrain Thai. Miss Edith
Applebaum. of the Charm Model-
ing School, was the commentator.

Naomi group of Hadassah install-
ed its officers for the coming year
Monday evening at the University
room of the Dupont Tarleton hotel.
Mrs. Gerald Soltz. past president
of the group and president-elct of
Miami chapter of Hadassah, was
installing officer.
The Triple H Ranch." an orig-
inal skit by Mrs. M. Finn and Mrs.
T. Schwartzman, was on the pro-
gram. Mrs. Alex Winick was chair-
man of the affair.
New officers installed are the
Mesdames Murray Levine. pres-
ident; Haskell Liberman. fund-rais-
She's Named Ra.
Youth Chairman
A former president of the Miami
chapter of B'nai B'rith. Mrs. Mur-
ray Lazarus has been elected
Florida chairman of the B'nai
B'rith Youth Organization, repre-
senting the Florida State Federa-
tion of B'nai B'rith Lodges and Wo-
men's Chapters.
Mrs. Lazarus has been active In
B'nai B'rith for many years, and
bead po.iijwpu as vice presided! of
the South Florida Council of B'nai
B'rith Women, member of the
Beth David Congregation Sister-
hood and active participant in the
Women's Division of the Greater
President of ?* J
Joseph Goodman, fa*!
Vwjj donor ^
Jg; chairman J gjJ
Delegates were Florida State fcJjH
War Veterans SSI
Golden Gate h?M
ML ffMMr 14ZAIUS
Certificate; to be Awarded
Adult Education Institute o f
North Dade Jewish Center will
hold its closing exercises Sunday
evening. Certificates of completion
will be awarded to those who have
completed the year's course of
study in Hebrew and Jewish his-
tory. Rabbi Henry Okolica. Abra-
ham J. Gittel.-^n. education diree".
tor. and F.manuel Bertnan have
served as faculty members.
ing coordinator: Albert Garwood.
membership vice president; An-
shci Backoff, organization vice
president; Mickey Finn, program
vice president; Joseph Nerove,
treasurer; Nathan Cynamon, fi-
nancial secretary; Alex Winick.
membership secretary; Dave Roth-
farb, corresponding secretary;
Richard Finkelman. recording sec-
retary; and William Seidman, so-
cial secretary.
...
Mt. tciQMi group of Hadassah
held an installation luncheon for
Mrs. J. Martin Fishman, incoming
president.
Mrs A. Arthur Pekelner was in-
stalling officer and Mrs. Louis Ru-
bin chairman in charge. The lunch-
eon was at 12 noon. Tuesday, at the
Biscayne Terrace hotel.
Miami Jewish Fer!er,tJ
Sho is the mothfrf,
Lazarus, present prwL
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5-8
Lehman is OH to Soviet Russia in June
nment Greater Miami
[leader has been seiecieu
a group to visit Russia
i Dr. Irving Lehrman, ef
IjCaianu-Ei. a member ef
nai Commission on Re-
itmu OrganuatioBs, which is ar-
gMMfelg the Soviet trip.
T NeManal feaamtaataw a
Dr. Lehrman has just returned
from a trip to Israel, where, with
prominent business executive Sam-
uel Friedland, he brought greet-
ings to President Itzhak Ben-Zvi
from Florida Gov. LeRoy Collins
on the occasion of Israel's tenth
anniversary celebration.
Dr. Lehman is tfce only rabbi
chosen by the CaaMnJssia*, waose
trek next month will be under the
aegis i the State apartment.
10 Years iv ibis Week
DEFENSE: The Hafanaa an-
nounced this, week that attacks on
five Jewish settlements by MOO
Syrian. Lebanese and Iraq troaps
had been repulsed. British officials
said they were rushing treats,
tank* Mid heavy guns from Malta
to Palestine because the situation
waa "rapidly deteriorating."

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These Fiancees Make Plans
To Become Brides Here
Mr. and Mrs. Louis King Cassett,
St. Louis, Mo., and 4571 Alton rd.,
Miami Beach, announce the en-
gagement of their daughter. Mary
Gail, to Richard Travis Dalton. He
is the MM ot Mr and Mrs. Fred-
crick B. Dalton. Great Neck. N.Y.,
and 60 W. Rivo Alio dr., Miami
Beach.
Miss Cassett is a graduate of thr
Centenary College for Women.
Hackettstown. N J and attends
the University of Miami
Mr. Dalton is a graduate of Geor-
gia Tech where he was a member
of Alpha Epsilon Pi. He attends
University of Miami law school,
where he is a member of Tau Epsi-
lon Rho letal fraternty.
A September wedding is planned.

Gr*nbrg Podhurst
A New York wedding on Sept. 7 :
Is txmg planned by Miss Dorothy i
Greenberg and Aaron Podhurst.
Miss Greenberg is the daughter .
ol Mr. and Mrs. Herbert G-een-,
berg, of Miami Beach, and Loch
Sheldrake. NY. He is the son of;
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Podhurst, of j
Woodridge. N.Y.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Miami Beach High School, and at-
tended the University of Michigan.
She is now at Brooklyn Coll-
Mr. Podhurst is a graduate of
University oi Michigan, where ho
was a member of Tan Delta Phi. j
He attends Columbia law school in '
New York
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Miss Linda Sue Jacobs and Ron-
ald G. Singerman are engaged.
She is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Karl C Jacobs. 6230 SW 63rd
ave. He is the son of Mrs. Dorothy
Singerman, 4365 SW 6th St., and
Adolph K. Singerman, of Cleve-
land. O.
Miss Jacobs is a junior at the
University of Miami. Mr Singer-
|tnan attended Ohio State Univer-
. .
Eifortnas Mason
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Esformes,
15090 N. Bay rd., announce the en-
Bent of their daughter. Flora,
to Stuart J. Mason. *on of Mr. and
Mrs. Morry Mason, 758 University
dr.. Coral Gables.
A February wedding is planned.
Miss Ksformes attends Miami
Beach High School. Mr. Mason is
a graduate of Staunton Military
Academy and attends the Univers-
ity of Miami where he is a member
of Phi Epsilon Pi.

Deutsch Ratnar
A fall wedding is being planned
by Miss Audrey Deutsch. daughter
Of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Deutsch,
3523 SW 5:h st.. and Michael Rat-
ner. son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving
R-tner. 2294 SW 25th st.
Mifs Deutsch is a graduate of
Miami High School Mr. Ratner
will graduate in June from the
University of Miami and is a mem-
ber of Zeta Beta Tau.

Faldman Ls-vitt
MiN Phyllis Feldman and Rob-
ert Alan Levitt are planning a De-1
comber wedding.
Mr and Mrs. Philip Cohen. 1801 \
SW 10th st. announce the engage-1
ment of the-r daughter to the son
of Mr. and Mrs George Levitt. 462 !
SW 25th rd.
Miss Feldman will graduate from j
Miami High School in June Her
fiance attends University of Miami,
and will transfer to University of
Florida in September to study
pharmacy.
An open house May 11 at the
Cohen home honored the couple.

Siaeai Hirsch
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Siegel.
Detroit, Mich., announce the en-
gagement of their daughter. Rhoda
lEda. to Alan Hirsch. son of Mr.
-Je*isi>nor*0*rr
They'll ConSfaue
To be Students
Dr. and Mrs. Charles Rosenfeld,
of 1500 Coral Way, announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Carol, to Paul Newman, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan Newman, Jack-
sonville. Fla.
A graduate of Miami Senior High
School, Carol is a junior in the Col-
lege for Women of the University
nt Pennsylvania in Philadelphia,
where she is majoring m BngUaw
literature.
Miss Kosonfold is a member of
the Pennsylvania Players, a stu-
dent dramatic society, and the
Philometheon Society
Mr. Newman, a philosophy ma-
jor, is graduaimn with honors this
Juno from the University of Penn-
sylvania. He is a member of the I
Pennsylvania Players and the Phil-
omatheon Society.
A weddine is planned for Aug.
10. in Miami, and they plan to re-
side in Philadelphia, where they
will both be students at the Univer-
sity of Pennsylvania.___________
MISS DOKIS G0LDBHG
Goldberg, Shellow
Betrothal Told
Mr. Stanley Goldberg, of La-
Porte, Ind., and Mrs. Rose W. Gil-
bert, of Miami, announce the en-
gagement of their daughter. Doris
Joan Goldberg, to Dr. Ronald Alan
Shellow. son of Mr. and Mrs. Rob-
ert Shellow, of Chicago, 111.
Miss Goldberg attended Miami
Senior High School and Indiana
University. Her father is chairman
of the Indiana State Athletic Com-
mission.
Dr. Shellow attended the Uni-
versity of Illinois, where he was a
member of Phi Delta Epsilon. He
will begin residence in psychiatry
at Jackson Memorial Hospital in
July.
A late summer wedding is plan-
ned in Miami.
MISS SANDKA tOMINSKY
Sandra Rohinsky
Eyes June Rites
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rohinsky.
of 2220 SW 31st ave., Miami, an-
nounce the betrothal of their
daughter. Sandra, to Mr. Dave Hal-
pern.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Max Halpern. of Detroit. Mich.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Miami Senior High School and at-
tended the University of Florida.
She and her fiance are planning
to be married June 29 in Detroit.
Pinchot, Kitt
Planning Rites
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pinchot, of
1332 SW 6th st.. Miami, announce I Glu^tad, chant,
the engagement of their daughter, GilbeU Gross. HeirT
Inez Joanne, to Neal Edward Kitt
Women Bid
Mrs. Firfel,
Mrs. Irving Fin/
Hebrew AcadSjJ^
meeting We***JJ>i
hJrteLMr..rirw.,^J
of the Hebrew AiJi *
nd an officj^l
its formation ten ,
presented with the on?
el,by Mrs. Benj,ra^*
going president.
Mrs. Alex Miller,*
me nominating en,..!
"ted the sU,^
were elected vice prw
Isidore Spolter. Mm
piro. Mrs. Alexander S &L
M. H. Itosenhouse, MrH
tSussman. and Mrs. wmj
elman. ^'
Other officer, ar.i
Mrs. AKx Miller; fi^l
retary. Mrs. Jacob fa*?1
ing financial secretary 7
rice Goldberg; recore_
tary. Mrs Joseph Zenji
ponding secretaries ijZj
Bergman. Mrs. Mar3
Mr s Henry Penckaj
Daniel Yedlin; histonul
idore Dirkman; social |
Mrs. Benjamin Ka
phone secretary, Ma i
hard; chaplain. Ma
Ian; registrar, Ma
gel.
Honorary life
Sidney Rubinowitz. Ma]
Andron; honorary
Benjamin Appel;
urer. Mrs. Joseph
Trustees are Ma
Mrs. Pauline Grundwen}]
exander Kogan. Ma
man.
Board of directors are 1
Herman Berk. Moms
B. I. Binder. Adolph BlsaLO
Bogin. Pauline Chill, LocsC
Hannah Cohen. Morrul
WoUie Cchen. Mumj
Morris Dubler. Hemu 1
I. B. Einstein. Williia Farr.|
rv Fields. Isidore
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and Mrs. Herman Hirsch, 780 N.
Shore dr.. Miami Beach.
Miss Siegel attended Wayne State
University and the University of
Miami. She is a member of Phi
Sigma Sigma.
Mr. Hirsch is a graduate of the
University of Miami where he was
a member of Zeta Beta Tan.
A June wedding is planned.

Lamn#r Rioofucy
Mr. and Mrs. William Lanzner.
610 16th St.. Miami Beach, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Harriet, to Marvin Ribot-
aky, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Ribotsky. 2145 Washington ct., Mi-
ami Beach, and New York.
Miss Lanzner attends the Uni-
versity of Miami. Mr. Ribotsky
graduated from New York Uni-
versity
Mr. Kitt is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Leonard A. Wood, of Lansing,
Mich
A wedding Is planned at the
Delano hotel June 29.
Miss Pinchot is a graduate of
Miami Senior High School and will
graduate the end of this month
from Charron- Williams Commer
cial College.
Mr. Kitt intends to complete his
schooling in Chicago. He attended
schools in Detroit.
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Herman. Harry Kapbal
Kimmel. Aaron Lauer. tall
Morris Martin. Abrataa I
Donald Picker. Albert tall
as Rosch. Julius Ros*as*f
ny Roth. Rachael Stbtj
man Sandier. Jacob'*
Dave Seid. Harry Sent**]
am Pell Sotkoff. Jack *nl
ham Steinberg. Rose Want
Wernick. Ida Vessel. Fid I
Moses Babouri. R Beisw.f
Bienenfeld. Ann Frank M"^
giss, Gerald Greeaberf.
They Exchange
Vows in Miami
Miss Ada Rosenson. daughter of
Mr. and.Mrs. Samuel B. Rosenson,
2357 SW 11th st.. and Howard Dor
feld were married Friday, May 2,
in Temple Israel.
The bridegroom is the son of Mr. |
and Mrs. Samuel Dorfeld. of New
York. N.Y. He attended City Col-
lege in Brooklyn. NY.
The bride received her bachelor
and master of education degrees
from the University of Florida.
Religious School Pkak
Men's Club of Temple Ner
Tamid is sponsoring a picnic for
the religious school Sunday at
Baker's Haulover Beach. Games
and entertainment are planned for
the day.
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IS. DOUGLAS SONNETT
S. WILUAM YAHOWM
J
Football Dinner Due
Eaton Educational Foun-
the University of Miami
its annual spring football
Uy 21 at Miami Springs
ome 200 guests will hear
tts of the University of
i make the main address,
directors of the Founda-
odes Bob Morgan, pres-
Franklin, John Ring,
larano, Jim Ley bourne and
acher.
MRS. SAMUEL ORilT
Beth Sholom Picks
3 Honor Mothers
Mrs. Samuel Oritt, of 810 Lake-
view dr., Mrs. Douglas Murray
Sonnett, 1360 Stillwater dr., and
Mrs. William Yanowitz, 4670
Adams ave., were designated
Honor Mothers of 1958 at annual
Mother's Day services of Temple
Beth Sholom last week.
They were selected from a list
of candidates by a committee con-
sisting of past Honor Mothers, Rab-
bi Leon Kronish and educational
director Sydney J. Greenberg, as
"the mothers who have rendered
outstanding service to Beth Sholom
religious school."
"The committee had such a dif-
ficult task in their efforts to nar-
row the selection to one Honor
Mother that they decided to desig-
nate all three of these outstanding
women," the committee revealed.
This recognized distinction came
as a complete surprise to the
mothers. Mrs. Harry A. Lack,
Honor Mother of 1957. pinned them
with the Corsage of Honor.
Ner Tamid Ladies
Install May 28
Newly-elected officers and board
members of the Ner Tamid Sister-
hood who will serve for the ensuing
year are as follows:
President, Mrs. Augusta J. Gold;
vice presidents, Mrs. Albert Seiden,
Mrs. Eugene Schwarz, Mrs. Alan
Acker, Mrs. Bernard Lamont; re-
cording secretary, Mrs. Carlton
Blake; corresponding secretary,
Mrs. Robert Silvers; financial sec-
reiary, Mrs. Murray Shaw; social
secretary. Mrs. Nat Vlock; treas-
urer, Mrs. Adolnh Grcenbaum;
parlimcniarian, Mrs. Charles
Raab; and historian, Mrs. Joseph
Sussman.
Board members are the Mes-
dames Nathan Askow, Jack Bern-
stein, Dora Berger, Louis Cohen,
Frank Cohn, Irving Carrey, Jack
Dunkelman, Fred Deutsch, Ben
Fabric, Ezra Finegold, David
Frankel, David Glass, Sam Green-
field, Lillian Hirschman, Milton
Hurwitz, William Harris, Albert
Herman, Martin Kaufman, Joseph
Kahn, Jack Klinger, William
Keats, Julius Kotick, Harry Leven.
The Mesdames Bernard Lack,
Lester Lasky, Herman Popkin,
Matthew Payton, Dale Regent, Ezra
Rosenfeld, Mitchell Reiner, Fan-
nie Sklar, Louis Stallman, Nat
Stein, Mark Silverstein, Joseph
Steinberger. Yvetta Silberger, Irv-
ing Spear, Alvin Savage, Sol Weiss,
Moses Wolfe, Mack Wallace, Dan
Wagner, Albert Wilmer, Maurice
Zaretsky, and Monia Leshin.
Installation is planned for May
28.
Sholem Spearheads Purchase Of Bonds by Local Groups
Spearheading the purchase of
State of Israel Bonds by organiza-
tions in 1958 was Sholem Lodge
of B'nai B'rith at a salute to Is-
rael's tenth anniversary Tuesday
night at Beth David Auditorium.
Under the co-chairmanship of
Col. Sidney II. Palmer and Asst.
Play to be Offered
"The Room Upstairs." a one
act comedy, will be presented by
the L i n d s c y Hopkins Footlight
Workshop at the Miami Public
Library Auditorium, Tuesday, May
20, at 8:15 p.m. The play is a trial
substitute for the monthly film-
discussion p r o g r a m sponsored
jointly by the Mental Health So-
ciety of Greater Miami and the
Public Library. Dr. Murray Heik-
en, psychologist at the Geriatric
Clinic of Jackson Memorial Hos-
pital, will discuss the play. Eman-
uel Schrader is director.
State Atty. Ed Klein, the program
featured a movielogue, "Israel's
Ten Best Years," starring Eddie
Cantor.
Mrs. Haskell Lazere, director of
the Israel Bond Women's Division,
was guest speaker. A selection of
Israeli songs was offered by Can-
tor William Lipson, of Beth David.
A prayer for the State of Israel wa
offered by Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz,
of Zamora Jewish Center.
Recorder Artist
in Program
Eva Levenson, prominent re-
corder artist, will present a pro-
gram at the Musicians Club, 303
Minorca ave., Coral Gables, Sun-
day at 4:30 p.m.
Pianist win De Anna Kitain, re-
nowned Norwegian musician.
The program will include Canon
for Recorder Trio by Israeli com-
poser Avraham Dans.
J3<*s Specializing
in
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'Knight's Revue'
Slated Saturday
"A Knight's Revue." an evening
of entertainment Saturday in the
Cotillion room of the Di Lido hotel,
wiU be the vehicle by which the
Women's Auxiliary of the Greater
Miami Lodge 176, Knights of
Pythias, hope to raise additional
funds to help complete the furnish-
ing of its Activities of Daily Living
Room at the Rehabilitation Center
for Crippled Children and Adults.
A comedy revue will be pro-
duced and directed by Daisey
Orvieto Levi, noted fashion design-
er. Music will be by the Polka
Dots.
Chairman of this fund-raising af-
fair is Mrs. Sidney Edehnan Her
committee consists of Mrs. Mervin
Adirim, Mrs. Edward Bramson,
Mrs. Richard Hecker. Mrs. Sparty
Kaufman, Mrs. Ell King, Mrs. Mel-
vin Pollak and Mrs. Elliot Rosen.
Uberto Orvieto, of Daisey's Orig-
inals, member of the lodge, is as-
sisting the committee coordinate
the event.
The lodge and its auxiliary are
jointly furnishing the room, which
helps rehabilitate the handicapped
to adjust to a normal way of living
in an average home.
Palsy Unit Will
Install Saturday
Miami Women's Unit of United
Cerebral Palsy will hold its fifth
annual installation Saturday in tno
Biscayne room of the McAllister
hotel.
Cecil Wood, president of United
Cerebral Palsy of Miami, will in-
stall the new officers.
President is Mrs. Eli Einbinder.
Others are corresponding secre-
tary, Mrs. Malka Frank; first vice
president, Mrs. Harry Gompers;
second vice president, Mrs. Harold
Finn; recording secretary, Mrs.
Elsie Holdston; treasurer, Mrs.
Milton Weintraub.
Board of directors include Mrs.
Doro'hy Buckwalter, Mrs. Lydia
De Hersh, Mrs. Marie Parlegreco,
Mrs. Florence Rappaport, Mrs. Lil-
lian Rappaport, Mrs. Bess Schoen-
berg. Mrs. Mary Toro.
Miami Women's Unit of United
Cerebral Palsy is a volunteer
group devoted to serving the cere-
bral palsied of this community.
In charge of reservations is Mrs.
Lillian Rappaport.
He Represents Teachers
Dr. Joseph J. Hurwitz, vice pres-
ident of the Hebrew Teachers Assn.
of Greater Miami, represented the
association at a recent meeting of
the National Conference on Jewish
Education in Atlantic City, N.J.
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for pick-up. We are open daily
8 to 4:30. Closed Saturdays only.
Lois, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Pearlman, 1260
Daytonia rd., will become
Bas Mitzvah Friday evening.
May 16, during late services
of North Shore Jewish Center.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
will officiate. Lois is a stu-
dent in graduating class of
Center and attends Nautilus
Junior High.
Stephanie, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Daniel Glaubman.
will become Bas Mitzvah at
Saturday morning services of
Temple Emanu-El. Dr. Irving
Lehrman will officiate. Steph-
anie is a seventh grade stu-
dent at Nautilus and attends
Temple Emanu-FJ religious
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tducation, TV Hebrew Program Here
Rev)!.'.!r>-s s'-cting t'.e course
cl adult education in Greater Mi-
ami were passed at a special meet-
ing last week at the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education.
The resolutions called for partic-
ipating congregations to co-sponsor
a television program during the
coming school year (or the teach
inc of Hfmantarv n*>r.
series will be broadcast over ch. 2
twice weekly.
The resolutions also urged that
an attempt be made to organize
area adult institutions of an inter
congregational nature in which a
cooperative effort would be made
to raise the standing of adult edu-
I Bureau's adult educat'on commit-
M A Baskin chairman of the
I tee. presided at the deliberations.
Delegates attending were: South-
west Jewish Center, Mrs. B. Har-
r.s. Marvin Burin. Norman Rich-
man; Monticello Park Jewish On
,tcr. Mis Irvi-iJ Seidel. Mrs. Ksther
S hwih: Temple Judea. M. A. Bas-
kin. Mrs. Heniimin Srhwaiti. Mr.
land Mrs David N. Steinberg. Ben
Udoff; Temple Ner Tamid. Louis
H Stallman. Dr. and Mrs. S. H.
Cohen. Mrs. Louis Cohen. Mr.
Louis Stallman; Beth David, Saul
Fbi"- *- lei"1*"*
Mrs. Michael Brown. Mrs. Nathan
L. Goldy.
brew TMrtMM Aaan., Gregory Bo
senkraat, Lfu> Gsdop. Mrs. *vi
Foinatajn; North Dade Jewish Cen
it. 4hrrtl> J Gittleson.
fWUMlllsWi te the fioswiave ware
m4s MuhPlFffin, executive di
mrdm m\mw tern* Ed
ueaiion aad BMain of the Ha-
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brew -feathers Am OmmUtim-
r Otis fituvM- extended r*Hilil
First in a strong-selling, continuous ssriss oi
rosters stresses well-known fad that Holsum
Bjead is a ptemium quality loai unsurpasssd
anywhere and a positive nscessity for mod-
ern living. Holsum products are distributed
locally by Fuchs Baking Co. ____
Milchfg
Kosher
Dessert
for WD5!
Pieno Students
In Competition
Alan Bu>ch. soo of Mr. and Mrs.
lUraUi Bu^ch. 600 liih St.. Miami
less, ill play 10 compositions,
all from memory. n a competition
apeseored by the National Guild
Teachers at the Morgan
Piano Company
The e:cht year-old pianist
piano and theory* pupil of .\nyuta
Melirow His sdteriags will include
compost*. F>ach. Bee*.ho\n
Clementi. Schumann. Kabalevsky
and Mana Zucca.
Also to perform in the com pot i-
tiea. slated here through May 24.
are Pat Elkind. Mm Gidney.
JudMh Jacobs. Susan Jacobs and
Charlotte Otctun. all students oi
Miss Melicow.
JUNKET'
RENNET-CUSTARD
Cusaard is the ooJy Kosher des-
sert with essapc tea-set eeaysee
u> is. Masses at caste* to digest
thaa aaaas. mscsi. iasy to is.
Ijsijifceaty towee W Nee
cake e pea. east a eedhaf. es
gelatia, "Jaaket" Itaaw-
Canard is a refreshiaaj mtik. des-
en wash S dsiicie-ea i*oc all
beas. 1st 7 shrewrs ora*e.
Imoo. strawberry, raspberry.
Sandier Invited
To Calif. Confob
4 fred A Sandier, leading repre-'
sentaUve on the staff of th- cosn-1
pony's Biseayne di 3200 SW 3rd ave. Miami, has I
b e e a aw Had so participate in a
four-day business conference with
aw ii I'm Frederic W. Ecker and I
other officers of the Metropolitan ;
Lafe teaurance Company at she
Beverty Hilton hotel in Beverly!
kbits. Calif. this week.
Last year Sandier, who tires at
173 SW 23rd si. placed more than
Sl.agsVsee in individual life suer-
aoce to rank aaaseat the top 23*
i leaders of almost S.0 Metrepol-
titan field wpreeeatstives in the
United States and Canada
At Center pete
dvsr lliflrejustMC eeetors'werr
boBored at the annual "Senior
Farewell and Awards Might'' soon
sored by the Beech VM and WHA
of the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center Wednesday evening
at the Algiers hotel Julie Tenen
bom and Donald Klein were teen-
age co-chairmen of the affair.
The event, which climaxed the
teen-age club program, was high-
ighted by addresses given by
Byrna Williams. Gary Brooks and
Rosalyn Klein, representing the
teen-agers, with Roberta Ginsberg
representing club advisors. Main
speaker for the evening was Mrs.
Milton Sirkin, honorary president
of GMJCC.
Another feature- was the year-
ly presentation of all sports and
club awards. William Sussman,
president of the Beach "Y," pre-
tentod GMJCC certificates to ail
seniors leaving the teen ape pro-
gram. Clubs receiving awards
were Knights, football, volley-
ball, ant track: Staggs, basket-
hall; volleyball-girls, Gibsons;
basketball-girls. Amicus; com-
munity service, Gibsons; and
sportsmanship, Spartans.
Orsduatln* aenlor* r from th*
R-U-l Baa** <*lub. I-arry Tlllla. Harold
I*n. Steven Cohen. Hrvy Kik
\' .el Barotl Harry
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Wallach to Star In U J A Drama
The National Broadcasting Com-
pany will present "Where is Thy
Brother?'- a TV drama starring EJi
Wallach. as a special salute to the
United Jewish Appeal's 20th year
o humani'arian service over the
NBC television network and WCKT
Sunday, 6:30 p.m.
Wallach, who won wide acclaim
"Where Is Thy Brother?" tells
(tie dramatic story of a young man
who personifies the million immi-
grants who have found haven in
Israel during that new democra-
cy's first decade of freedom.
It depicts how a survivor of the
Hitler chaos got to Israel-Succeed-
ing in building a new life, and now
8-B
70 Years Ago this Wetk
WARNING: The morale of 250*00
Jews in DP camps in Europe is de-
teriorating steadily, Edward M. M.
Warburg, chairman of the Joint
Distribution Committee, reported,
tilts week on his return to New
York from an all-Europe JDC con-
ference in Paris.
for his leading role in the film iis devoting himself to helping to-
"Baby Doll.'' is flying back from I davs refugees from lands of hope-
a European Bssisnmcnt to irT""" | ''if f"Ppsx tct a similar WCTH"1^']
in the special production of the j A brief message by Dr. Morris
UJA show.
the Greater Miami Combined Jew-
ish Appeal which is affiliated with
Ibenationwide United Jewish Ap-
peal, will be heard at the close o
Goodman, campaign chairman of, the program.
Wynter, a German fraulein, receives some rough treat-
[from Theodore Bikel, Russian soldier, in this scene from
Century Fox's production of James McGovern's best sell-
Fraulein," now showing at Carib, Miami and Miracle
res.
OL
itttarics
BAP.NETSALZMAN
|i Sidonla ave.. Coral Gables,
10. A resident here for the
ears. comtiiK fn.m New Tork
L wan a retired bulkier. A mem-
th Cireater Miami Benevolent
he la survived by hie wife,
and a datiKhter, Alrn. Hose
r. He also leaves two Bunt,
Mirhael, anil six urandiliil-
ervices were May 11 at 11. II
neral Home, with Interment at
I David Cemetery.
MRS. ROSE MARKS
28 KW 21th ter., (lied May 11.
of Akion, O., she came here
ago. Surviving are her Iiiih-
^harle**; four eona, Bernard,
Walter and Nathan; and a.
r. Mis. Marie Nixon. Services
y IS at Gordon h'uneral Home,
rial in Htar of Itavld Cemetery.
WILLIAM H. DAVIS
S8th St., died May 10. A re-
velry manufacturer, he waa a
here 10 years. Surviving are
Florence; two sons, Henry
Brt; a daughter. Mrn. Kleanor
. three sisters and two bro-
prvlces and burial were in
with Klverslde-Beach He-
J?hapel in charge of local ar-
Hrts,
HERMAN I. MORROW
56, of 44B5 N. Bay J-d., died recentlv.
He was president of Horrow Novelty
Co., Philadelphia, before his retire-
ment, and was a member of Temple
Beth Sholoni and the Masonic Lodge.
Surviving are his wife, TIIHe Ann; :i
daughter, Barbara: four brothers and
three sisters. Services were In Bloom -
ington, 1)1., with local arrangement
by Riverside-Beach Memorial Chapel.
IUEL DeWOLFE LEWIS
PS!" NE Bavahore dr.. >l|ed May
retired wrap Iron dealer, he
Shriner. Surviving are his
lice; a son, Carl A., a daughter,
reta Solomon; and three grand-
Services and burial were
In Atlanta. (In., with Hellinan
I'liapel In charge of local ar-
ents.
MRS. FREDA SPERLINO
77. of IKS SW 13th St.. died May A
resident here 20 years, she Is survived
by seven daughters, Mrs. Irene Fehl-
man, Mrs. Fay Dinsmore and Mrn
tilth Cuidhera. all of Miami; Mrs
Mae Jtoltsoof and Mrs. Rena Alpert of
Baltimore; Mrs. Ulllan Millman. Wl-
ver Springs, Mil., and Mrs, Belle Kal-
ena of Chicago: a sister and ij grand-
cMWren. Rervteat and burial wen In
lialtimore, with Gordon Funeral Home
In charge of local arrangements.
DAVID OREENBAUM
6, of 2000 NE 174th at- N. Miami
Beach, died May 7. A retired Import-
er of nuveliirs. he came here r !
years ago. Surviving are his wife,
Jeannetie; two daughters, Mrs. Until
Steiner and Mrs. Hasel Haas: a son.
Nelson: two brothers, h-e sIs'Ts
and nine grandchildren. Services were
in BrooKiyn. wun HiYotatue i.....h
Memorial Chapel In charge of ar-
range, neiits locally.
PETER CAPLAN
11S0U Euclid ave., died May 10.
red real estate dealer, he came
years ago. Survivors Include
le, Belle; a son, Seymour; four
|ers, Mrs. Julia Spoon, Mrs.
ir, Mrs. Marian Mlttenthal,
prs. Pearl Schanfald, of Miami
Services and burial were In
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Joint Statement Spotlights Federation,
Community Center Working Relationship
Four Miami Jewish leaders are
members of a joint national com-
mission of the Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds
and the National Jewish Welfare
Board which has just published a
statement of principles on relation-
ships between local Jewish Fed-
erations and Jewish Community
Centers. The leaders are Efraim
Gale, executive director,. Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center;
Mrs. Milton Sirkin. immediate past
president. GMJCC: Dr. Benjamin
B. Rosenberg, executive director.
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
Harold Thurman. president. Miami
National Bank, and prominent
civic leader.
The Joint Commission on Center-
Federation Relationships j-
formally constituted as a result of
action taken at the biennial con-
vention of the JWB on May 4. 1952
in Detroit. Mich., and at the 23rd
General Assembly of the CJFWF.
November IS- 1954. in Atlantic
City. N J. The commission com-
prises more than 100 leaders from
all parts of the country.
The statement spwHifhts thi
area* of responubilitie* ef Fed-
erations and Confers. Recognii-
ing the interdependence of both
in the general welfare of the
community the statement stress-
es that understanding and re-
spect for "each other's function
and competence is essential to
harmonious and fruitful relatien-
itaon between Federation and Cen-
;ter is essential to the achievement
of these ends." t h e statement
I reads.
In planning for Jewish commun-
'al needs, the Federation assumes
I overall responsibility, with the
(.'enter and other community or-
: sanitations amply represented.,
The Center, on the other hand, as-'
sumes-rvspoBMbility tor ".contanu-
, ous evaluation and planning in its
area of service.
The statement of principles rec-'
ommends that the Federation be-
come involved in the Center's,
relationship to the Community
Chest If the Federation does not
make any allocation to the Center,
the statement declares that "it is
nexertheless desirable that the
iCenter consult with the Federa-
tion in establishing its budget."
Policy matters rotated ta the
overall community are the pro-
vince of the Federation while
policy matters relating t o t h e
internal operations of the Center
rest with the Center.
iherall planning of Center
vices should be a cooperative un-
dertaking by the Center and the
Federation, according to the state-
ment. This process should include
txamination oi community needs
and existing services; setting up
.n nrganuaotenal structure provid-
ing for participation by the Center.
Federation and other agencies in-
volved; a clear statement of the
issues involved and the go..!-, a
thorough study of the problem and
the facts of the case; and the
formulation of recommendations
for achieving the agreed upon
goals.
--------- -------ij
Donnersteh
Be Bar
MHlyJ
IMVAM OOMKItSTflM
'Sound relationships require
that both Federation and Center
be competent in their respective
areas of operation. Moreover, each
< the obligation to contribute to
the effectiveness of the other A
c lately defined working associa-
S9SBAY
6.30 P.M. -MAY ISHi
WCKT Ommm.7
Jewish Graduates
Are Commissioned
NEW YORK Twenty five Jew-
ish graduates of the C.S. Military
Academy at West Point. US. Naval
Academy at Annapolis. U.S. Mer-
chant Marine Academy at Kings
Point, and the U.S. Coast Guard
Academy at New London. Conn.,
will be commissioned at the 1958
commencement exercises at those
institutions.
Eight Jewish officers will be
commissioned at West Point. The
Naval Acadom> will commission
14 Jewish midshipmen. At the
Merchant Marine Academy, there
will be one Jewish officer commis-
sioned as ensign. The Coast Guard
Academy will also graduate one
Jewish officer.
George H Brenner, of Miami, is
one of the 14 Jewish Annapolis
men out of a class of 902 who will
be commissioned
National Jewish Welfare Board
will present each of the officers
with a personally- inscribed copy of]
the Bible from the JWB Commis-|
s*on on Jewish Chaplaincy
Teddy, son of Mi. and Mrs.
Meyer Schwartz. 775 W. 50th
t.. wll become Bar Mrbreah
Saturday. May 17. at Temple
Beth Shalom. Rabbi Leon
Kronish will officiate. Teddy
attends Beth Shalom relig-
ious school.
Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Eugene Troop, will become
Bar Mjtzrah Saturday morn-
ing at Temple Emanu-EL Dr.
Irving Lehrman wrill officiate.
Alan is a seventh grade stu-
dent at Ncutilus and attends
Temple Emanu-D religious
school.
Edward Donne*,
mornin ^nkl( "Ml
Dade Jewish CeoW ,''
Mr^nA*""^.]
Mr. and Mrs. BeniaL^T
stein. Among r?,^'
tten-i are Edward
and Mrs Harry Harnt^j
nd Mr and Mr, son"1
Island. N y
RabbLflkolica ^
prcser.tahon of pJJJa
and Bible on behalj?S
Dade Jewish Center.M
UM Soph Wh]
Interf aith A,
Tamra Mamcbes.
Miami sophomore e^
jor. has been named the|
n*tof the annual fcaj
Hoffman Ross inter-la* i
ship.
The 20-year old co(J
daughter of Rev. and n
ice Mamches. La,,
father is cantor of
Synogogue.
The scholarship, no* 11
! year, is presented t* ft
more or junior *ho ta L
most to further utauqi
on campus. Donor si
Ross. I'M alumnus frail
York City ho named fc|
arship in honor of as i
Miss Mamches has I
in Hillel Foundation, vaatj
secretary, interf aita dan
chairman of the rateali
tee.
She is also preside*, al
dent Zionist Ortanuataii
faith representative tetfc |
Religious Assn
, Boors I Nra(
NuasE
>ar.te ipicoua rM> na|
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Zamora Will Honor Philip Catsman at Dinner Sunday Evening nzz?
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sions of affection which could
ever come to a manthe naming
of a synagogue to honor him. is
the expression of esteem which a
grateful congregation win pay
Philip Catsman. Zamora Jewish
r now named after a street
i- Coral Gables, will b*x
Terr pie Pesach Tikvah Sunday.
An ev.iur.g testimonial dinner in
Castmans honor will mark the
occasion at the Temple.
The honor was not easily won.
It dates back 10 years to 13W.
when the congregation had no
quarters \.i its own and was me-1-
W ra a converted store on tV
eerner of Mircak Mile and Ponce
de Leon brvd.
Catsman came upon the em-
bryo eoagregatioa quite by acci-
dent, but qjickl* became its guid-
ing spirit. Arming too carry to
attend High Holy Day serv ices at
another Temple. Catsman became
restless and recalled having
were being conducted at the Coral
Gables Coliseum. He decided to
attend one of the services there,
which had been sponsored by the
then newly-formed Zamora con-
gregation.
Dvcwva services, he was as-
tenished to learn that tne ceo-
relation did net even own its
own Terah. but was compelled
te t^m one far the hands vs.
! SMWU. rOwSC, HTaVl
Pretaaaiaaaf awe, refcrea
feaVaWe. tVsaret Mb* al
XOraiH
wk.te rvetrortiwal
p. a > rn mm ui
net even have any tnrerwien of
remairwnj as a met
prised the fteakjlmf ea
"" with the arwmimceanasw
that he weoM dmae* a Tech. ^^ fQ| ^
By donating the Torab, Cats- :__.._ ^jawjita.
man irud\er.en:l* brought to an1' JJjrL, il-rm, 2 kemi
end his life cf re i.-emeet. dedi-
cataSg himself to helping build
the present Zamora Jewish Cen-
ter
Ca*sman is p-ee::t!y serving
verthes, ceeaj**w*| ^
ceeea-iei cer*. henaj".'
r^wnake, Jv. R M
Will
Ttmth
Tew
Pilgnmmage rpeassttd by Gar-
ber's Travel Service, irteaa. watt
desert asr Israel Jly 2 under the
liiimhai of Rabht Meyer Passow.
of ^Tmsear. Teem.
TV* will be she oauy Southern
led tear to Israel mail the loath
inejiu lary year
of
is vawai
a< president emerrns and
rj' eharrman of the congrega-
tion's huiHing carrpaaga commit-
tee. w*ich is ra the midst of a
drive to raise SISOOQO for a new
sanctuary ard auditorium to he
built nevt to the present building.
widow wm
SPAO0US KW
te seert sea* <
le*.aJL
k wiu*!
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Steir UmrtHim
TW aVAcetaew af a .eaawan
( ak enan af tkt Uu
**^y el IKS Mcndtaa Ave.
wag u\< pUtt
lewder, am* It, as t iwas.
at V
warn Kate. Mew* *| .iU
Mr ? m mveJ fcy k,
Mk. Lee. a rejin. Mn
! Caoea; aed a aoe, Dr
B>wc >^< -
P~^i. ed aelanves
The Rabbi. r^rewkUnt Officers end Dz*c*a *
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER
rVcWlV Aggmmicg tim Chmqe W It $
'TEMPLE PESACH TIKVAH"
vBjP DedlccrtJon Cerwanonie. Will Be Held at a
ZT GALA DINNER CELEBBATrON BOWm-T ij

UL AMD NltS. raftJP CATSMAN
IN WHOSE HOMO* TMw COfvCIECATION WAS
afff
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Two Ourwandlnq. Dsensed and
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lay 16, 1958
+Jewlsti thrkBan
li-fl
travels 600 Miles a Month
P Get Bar Mitivah Instruction
[ Block, of ?ero Beach,
eathing a sigh of relief
On Saturday morning.
It Torah Temple. Miami
fnmy will celebrate his
lh.
:*
Sa*
.W
ROBERT STONt
>f-Towners
rte Robert
[Neil Stone will become
/ah Saturday morning,
kt Beth David Congrega-
(bbi Yaakov Rosenberg1
te, with Cantor William
ndering the musical por-
ne liturgy,
(attends seventh grade at
In order to reach this goal.
Sammy traveled 800 miles a month
on the train from Vero Beach to
Miami Beach and back. The trip
is 140 miles one way. Sammy made
the trip twice a month for the past
six months.
In 193S. Sammy's parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Block, were the
first Jews to settle in Vero Beach.
Sammy was named for his grand-
father, Rabbi Samuel Block, and
IK* faffWr hWftrtWf^that Sammy's
fettgitrtis framing be traditional
and according to the wishes of his
late grandfather.
Tfte Blocks contacted Rabbi
Ahrafant M. Tassel, of Torah Tem-
pte. When the rabbi heard the
lAigh't of the Vero Beach family,
he personally assumed the respon-
sibility of becoming Sammy's in-
structor. And so Sammy has been
traveling round trip from Vero
Beach to Miami Beach and back
twice a month, and finally reaches
his goal this Saturday morning.
Sammy is one of the most out-
standing youngsters in his city, be-
ing an honor student at Vero Beach
Junior High School and a skillec
member of the Little League base-
ball teams.
The Blocks, as a pioneer Jewish
family, have made friends with
hundreds of pioneer Floridians in
their city. Among those attending
the Bar Mitzvah Saturday will be
Hon. L. B. Vocelle, member of the
State Legislature; Mr. and Mrs.
John Schiavone. state inspector for
the Child Labor Commission;
James T. Vocelle, chairman of the
Florida Industiial Commission;
Dr. and Mrs. Vernon Fromang.
Krsrui^hinSBheThl>--nt physician and surgeon
Jgious school for the past* of Vero Beacrt; ana many others.
Rabbi Cassel will officiate at the
wifl be held in Robert'* gar Mitzvah services, assisted by
|he conclusion of services.! CanU)r j h |,l|e( Family and
n and dinner are sched- ... .
friends will join in a Kiddush and
luncheon in the Temple gardens
following the services.
be Rltz Plaza Saturday
guests will include
Mitzvan's grandmother,
Bub Sneider, of Jamaica,
due here are uncle and
Mrs. W. H. Stone,
N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs.
ne, Utica. N. Y.; John
Jamaica; and Joseph
lint Beach, Fla.
William, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Robinson, 3355 Fla-
mingo dr., will become Bar
Mitzvah Saturday morning.
May 17, at Temple Beth Sho-
lom. Rabbi Leon Kronish will
officiate. William is a Beth
Sholom religious school stu-
dMt
Kurman is Elected
To Sereirtb Term
As Home President
Abe Kurman was reflected pres-
ident of the Jewish Home for the
Aged for a seventh term at a meet-
ing of the institution's board of di-
rectors Sunday.
Kurman is convalescing at his
home, 2105 SW 12th St., following
major swrgery in Boston.
it,,jnsifrfairt flf' ewhmtt 'far .39
years, He is a RrMrr \n the
Greater Miami MMff *****-
tion and tht UnrNtf Pwtf.
Also reelected were Miami Beach
Vice Mayor Harold B. Spaet, hon-
orary president; Irving Cypen,
board ch|irman; Col. Jacob M.
Arvey, Baron de Hirsch Meyer and
David Phillips, vice presidents;
Stanley M. Beckerman, of Holly-
wood, treasurer; Sam Resnick, fi-
nancial secretary; Mrs. Sol Silver-
[ man, corresponding secretary; and
Mrs. Moses Krieger, recording sec-
retary.
The board took official action- at
the meeting on all remaining mat-
ters relating to a $400,000 FHA
building program which now
clears the way for construction to
begin within the naxt ten days. All
the old cottages at the Douglas
Gardens Home will be demolished.
Four new pavilions, a research lab-
oratory and a sheltered workshop
will be built.
Tha new pavilions will increase
the capacity of Iho Homo from
82 to 107 beds, exclusive of five
infirmary bads. Of tha 48 rooms
in tha new pavilions, 42 will be
LEGAL NOTICE-
prlvata with private baths. The
remaining six will be doubles
alse with privata baths.
Four new board members at-
tended their first meeting and were
introduced to the group. They are
Jaw* Emmer, Melvin L. Green,
Joel Myer and Joseph A. Post.
The Home is a beneficiary
agency of the United Fund and
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
K is also a member of the Welfare
Planning Council.
LBOAL NOTICE
'Mi
IN
IN
>rt Response
'henomenoi
[Jesse Freed, day camp
In of the Flagler-Granada
Community Center, Wed*
said that response to the
[first period of registration
en phenomenal."
[Freed said that newly-ap-
camp director Donald
"is busy interviewing and
top personnel." These in-
vo teachers from the Dade
[school system, and a cham-
llete who represented the
Olympic events.
Btration is continuing Sun-
ornings at the Center from
12 noon and on Monday
bdnesday from 3 to 4:30 p.m.
ting on the committee are
lesdames Nathan Zwitman,
Lopatin, Martin Shankman,
Strumpf, Cafe Jaeobson,
Peyser, H> Coveiman,
Bfivermm, Sbeba Wyatt,
Nadler, Al Reismtn, Jules
>ark, Carl Rosen, Paul
Loula Mayer and Marcus
THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 4S514
In Ro. ESTATE OK
I8ADORE RTOLER. sometimes
known as ISSAlmK ST' >1,ER,
need.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Batata:
You, and each of you are hereby
notified .m.I rtqulred t<> preaent any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of ISA I'ORE UTOj.ER, sortle-
: times known as ISSAI>r STOLER
deceased late of Dade Countv, Florida,
to the County Judges of Hade County,
and file the same In their offices In
the Cnunt\ Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within eight calendar
months from the date of the first pub-
lication hereof, or the same will J>e
barred.
BESSIE STOLER. Administratrix
of the Estate- of Isidore Stoler.
sometimes known as lsador Stoler
MYERS, HBIMAN ft KAPLAN
Attornevs. 1150 S.W. 1st Street
, Miami, Florida
5/16-23-30, 6/8______
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Tvfe circuit court? or the
"VENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
_ HID* IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
NO. 5SC3972
JOrTV E. PEARMAN,
Plaintiff, .
H ERMINE PBARMAN-,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Hermlne Pearman
Littleton,
Colorado
You Hermlne Pearman are hereby
notified that a Hill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you,
and you are required to serve a c 'i>y
of your Answer or Ph'udlng li i.ie Hill,
of "Complaint on the [ilalntlff's Attor-
ney, BENJAMIN FOflEL, .,.'. N W.
7tB Ave Miami, Florida and .'i'.e the
original Answer or Pleading in tha1
office of the Clerk of the Clitult Court
on- or berore the 2th day of June,
195S. If vou fall to do so. Judgment \if
default will be taken against you for
the relief demanded ,n the Bin of
Complaint.
This notice shall be pub'Nhed once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIPIAN.
DONE AND ORDEIKD at Mi a nil,
Florida, this 12th day jf Ma.-. ATI.
1958.
E. B. I.EATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade Countv. Florida
(seal) Ry JOAN SNEEI'EN.
Deputy Cleric
BENJAMIN FOGEL
hUl N W. 7tli Ave.
Miami ST, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
5/16-23-30, 6/6
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
Ne. eseSO
In Re: ESTATE OF
THERESA LADENBUROBR |
I lei i-.IS.'ll.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons HavW
ing Claims or Demands AajaJnat >ii*
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which vou may have against
the estate of THERESA LADEN'.
Bt'ROKIt deceased late of Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, fo the County- Judges of
Dade County, and file the aame in
their offices in the County Courthouse
In Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof, or the same
will be barred.
NANETTE I.. HERMAN,
Executrix.
R. I.EE POLA1C. Attorney
SIII S\\ r.th Street
Miami 44, Florin's
5/16-23-30, a/6 ^_
Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Slewett, 910 Bay dr.,
will become Bar Mitzvah Sat-
urday morning. May 17, at
North Shore Jewish Center.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
will officiate. Robert is a stu-
dent in religious school of
Center and attends Nautilus
Junior High.
Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Maurie Reizen, 9025 Garland
ave, will become Bar Mitzvah
Saturday morning. May 17,
at North Shore Jewish Center.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowits
will officiate. Richard is a
student in religious school of
Center and attends Nautilus
Junior High.
JWV i0Sf
1sh war veterans Post is
organized in N. Miami by
[Miller. Stan Clatter. Ralph
ium, Al Kramer, Stan Ros-
kuch, Charlie Marks, Norman
fTSy Silvcrman and Howie
lan. At paeaest, it is plan-
hold meetings at Beth Em-
Congregation. 12250 NW 2nd
Retarded Camp Takes Applicants
tion. C a m pa r s are cafe**11*
screened by tamp peraWiMl in*
ertJer that each child may be*
given a program beneficial to
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN- CHANCERY.
No. 58C3915
ABRAHAM LKVl.NSoN,
Plaintiff.
BILJ.EY LEY IN mix,
Defendant.
NOTICS BY PUBLICATION
TO: BII.LEY LEVINSON
l!l S. Orchard Street
Madlaon. Wisconsin. ,
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFTBD to
serve a copv of your answer to the
complaint for Divorce filed apalnst
you on Plaintiff's attorney, AURA-
HAM EEVINSoN. M3 West ElaRler
Street. Miami, Florida, and to file the
uriKlnal thereof with the clerk of the
above named Court on or before the
ISth dav of June, 195s. otherwise a
Decree Pro Confesso will be entered
asatnet you.
Dated this 9th day of May, ISM.
I) li I.EAT HERMAN, PleTV,
rircult Court. Dade County. Florida
(,,,1) liv JOAN SNEEDEN.
Deputy Clerk
S'1-2S-S0, S/
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' CfJURT
IN AND, Ftm DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 43542
In Re: ESTATE OF
ISAAC COHEN
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Aaalnst Said
Batata:
You. and each of you are hereby
I notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
.-liner oi you, may have aaalnst the
estate of ISAAC COHEN de.
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
Honorable County Judges of Dade
Countv, and file the same In their
offices In the Conn[v Courthouse Id
Dade County, FMrlfla, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said clalmo
or demands to contain the legal ad-
rtrese of Hie claimant and to he swora
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will bo barred. See Section 733.1* of
the 194o Probate Act.
Date Mav It, A D. 19''S. .
CIIARUOTTE Mil.I.El!
As Executrix df the !-ast Will anl
T.-iament of l.s'AAC COHEN. De-
ceased.
HBRBBRT B KAUFMAN
Attorney for Executrix
5/16-23-31. 6/6
Mountainview Camp is now ac-
cepting applicants for the summer
month*.
Operated from June 22 to Aug.
16. Meentainview is a non-sectar-
ian, coeducational camp serving
boys and girls from 7 to 16 years
of age, and specializing in the
slow-learning and retarded child.
Located at Nacooche, Ga., m
tke Blue *i* Mountains, Mia
camp haa more than 160 acres
of terrain for a summar
vaca-
RNOLDS LOCK & KEY SERVICE
ARNOLD COHN
111 Royal PiHAwt JsHtr9M MSM
MIAMI SIACH
LICENMP BOWED LOCKaMUHS
him.
Follow-up work with eampers
and their parents is maintained
through t h e winter months to
check progress and carry-over val-
ues of the camping experience.
Summar staff includes psycholo-
gists, teaehers in special educa-
tion and social workers.
Henry Luiln. of 152 Ancona
ave., Miami, is eartip director and
in charge of local information.
Fun Nile' Scheduled
Miami Beaeh Workmen's Ch-cte
hi apolWOTirfg a "\i*ner Roast and
Fun NighT" May 24 at the home of
M*% and M*#. A&remHn Hatdtfrtt,' "M '
388 Alton rd.
KTrfE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
.evbnth jyerlciAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN" AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CaNgERY
VICTORIA BOVTB,
Plaintiff,
va.
MRUS BOVB,
Pmlendaat.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: 1 OUI8 HOVE
r/o I'nlted Clear BtOT
61 Congress Street
vl .TrA hE irEREnV NOTIFIED that
a Complaint for I'iv.nce has been filed
against you. d you nre required to
serve a copv ol your anstver or plead-
the Coma'alnt on the PJatntiff *
attorneys EJ.I BREGE* & HARVET
.1 ST .IF.AN*, RSQSm 4W I.ln.oli.
Road, Miami Beach. Florida, and tut-
- the
t
on or before the 16th day of Jufte,
If \ou fail to uo so. Judgmem
>,v default "ill bn taken aRain^l you
f^;- the relief demanded In Um Oom-
'''roNE AP._0?*nJ>Jit Miami,
ih. orlartoal aaawer or pl< uilng in th<
of the Cl. rk of the clreu'l rojf
is. this th day of Sins. i:i>S.
I.EATHERMAN. Clerk,
mrt. Dade County. Florida
B%- R H Rirn. .in .
Deputy
5/16-23-30, 6/6
ik
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THJ
EUIVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OR
FLORIDA )h AND FOR DAD
COUNTY. AT LAW.
No S8L1679
RII.YARD PLASTERING CORP..
a Florida corporation, I
Plaintiff.
ASSOCIATED SOUTHEASTERN
CONTRACTORS. INC., a Florida
corporation, ALBERT WARNER nnrt
MAJOR CORP.. a Florida corporation
i iefendant .. _
PETITION FOR ENFORCEMtNT
OF LIEN
TO: ALBERT WARNER I
K\ W. 44th Street
New York, New York
Vou ALBERT WARNER arc h.i.hV
notified that a Petition For Enforce-
ment Of Men has been filed acainat
vou, and vou are required to serve a
copy of your Answer or I'leadlne to
n,, |\ t'-e nlalntlff'a Attor.
ney GENET t QENET, 420 Lincoln
Rn'a'd. MTan.l BeacTi. Florida and fl'e
the original AnJWr or Pleading In the
office of the Clerti of the circuit Court
on or wrnre ihe nth day of Jun,
IA5S. If vou .fall to do so, Juds-nienl l>V
default will bn.4ak.cn acalnst \ou r
the relief demaaded In the POtlil'n
P<>NE AND ORDERED
Florida, this th day or My. A '
!:. V.. I rk.
i I c.nii-t Dade County, I-
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