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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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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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132 Number 22
Combining THE JtWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida, Friday, May 30, 1958
Two Sections 24 Pages Price 20c
nnedy in Bill to Halt Dynamiting
(ATZ TO BE SPEAKER
ibute Slated at 20th
miversary Federation
\nner Sunday Evening
ionally known leader in B'nai B'rith will be principal speaker
ater Miami Jewish Federation's 20th annual meeting in the
i hotel Sunday.
Isabel A. Katz, of New Orleans, former president of District
ge 7 of B'nai B'rith.
+ Subject of his address will be
"An Anniversary Message to Fed-
VI [1(1 lUCv Known as a dynamic and enter-
taining platform speaker, Katz is
chairman of the B'nai B'rith Na-
tional Youth Commission and also
heads up the Anti-Defamation Lea-
gue Mid-Southern regional board,
serving the states of Louisiana, Ar-
kansas and Mississippi.
Aaron M. Kanner will be elected
to his second successive term as
Federation president.
A dramatic and colorful "Salute
to Israel" will mark the climax of
the dinner meeting.
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Would Prohibit Transporting Explosives;
Atty. Gen. Rogers Pronounces Terrorism
In South as Primarily a Local Matter
, He Trod
Arab Fire
M UUNCMfS,' PAGt 2 A
5ALEM-(JTA)Col. Geo-
Snt, United Nations chair-
[ the Israel-Jordan Mixed
Commission, was killed
nian rifle fire Monday af-
hen he attempted to res-
Israeli policemen wounded
prprise attack by Jordan
the Mt. Scopus demili-
me. Four of the police-
bsequently died of their
lafter having lain unattend-
*r Arab fire, for hours,
f-year-old Canadian officer,
a white flag, braved the
rrage in a heroic effort to
be wounded Israelis after
Janians, entrenched at the
illage of Issawia, had re-
bleas of United Nations of-
for a cease-fire to permit
pon of four Jewish police-
i lay wounded in the Is
enclave. Col. Flint was
3:45 p.m. as he attempt
ake his way to the wounded
died of his wounds as con-
Arab fire prevented aid
baching him and the wound-
lelis.
United Nations headquar-
New York, Secretary-Gen-
)eg Hammarskjold issued a
' expressing sorrow over
ragic loss" of Col. Flint,
death was caused, he re-
by a heed injury. Ho
Ised a full report as soon as
Continued on Pago 9A
Principals in the tribute will bo
Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual
Continued on Pago 6 A
JTA By Direct Teletype Wire
WASHINGTON, Atty. Gen. William P. Rogers
Tuesday told a press conference that the bombing
of synagogues in the South was primarily a matter
for local authorities and that he did not think it a
good idea for the Federal government to become in-
volved in investigations where the government could
not prosecute.
He indicated that further Fed-
eral action than the assistance
presently afforded local police
might shift the responsibility for
prosecution away from local au-
thorities.
Asked if the Justice Department
favored legislation that would ex-
pand FBI authority to deal with
the dynamiters, Rogers did not ex-
press a desire for such legislation.
He thought the bombings "atro-
cious" but that the Justice Depart-
ment wants to take action only in
the "right way."
Rogers stressed that it is the
Justice Department's view that
primary responsibility to deal with
the bombings rests with municipal
and state authorities.
Special to The Jewish Floridian
WASHINGTON Sen. John F. Kennedy
(D.-
Rome Jews Repulse Neo-Fascist Gangs;
Chief Rabbi Warns of Possible Reprisals
ROME(JTA)Rome's Jewish quarter was attacked by Fascist hoodlums last weekend the first
such attack in years and the angered Jews promptly beat back the hooligans, beating many of them
and overturning their automobiles.
Police, who came to the aid of the Jewish self-defense fighters, arrested two of the Fascist attackers.
Two Jews were injured in the fighting, and several ol the invaders were also hurt.
The attack came as the culmination of an eleclion rally held by the Movimento Sociale Italiano, a
neo-Fascist group. Singing Fascist
Vatican Flays Hoodlum Attacks
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
ROME"Osservatore Romano," organ of the Vatican, sharply con-
demned Tuesday the weekend attacks on the Jewish quarter of Rome
attempted by Fascist youth following a political rally, declaring that
"they are offensive to the civil and Christian conscience of Rome and
Italy."
The journal recalled the Vatican's denumciation of racial intoler-
ance in America in September, 1956, and renewed its advocacy of
suspension of civil and political rights for those found guilty of such
crimes. _______________
scow Oil Hearings Will Resume
|RUSALEM (JTA) In the
of the widely publicized
[d 1 o c k in the Israeli suit
st the USSR for damages re-
from a unilateral breach-
an oil-for-cltrus contract,
ael government was noti-
[ this week that a substitute
pa tor it had nominated has
to enter the case.
r suit of two Israeli oil com-
W, against the Soviet oil trust
breaching the oil delivery con-
tract during the Sinai operation
of October, 1956, has been pla-
gued by delays of all sorts since
it began last December.
Finally, after waiting weeks to
hear whether Prof. J. Nesterov,
its substitute arbitrator, would
accept the post, the Israeli legal
delegation went home last week.
The major cause of delay was the
illness of one arbitrator, M. Ra-
maitiov, who will be replaced by
Prof. Nesterov, chairman of the
All-Soviet Chamber of Commerce.
Prof. Nesterov's acceptance,
however, does not mean that the
hearings before the Moscow
Chamber of Commerce will re-
sume immediately. Moscow ca-
bled that J. Genkin, another
member of the three-man panel,
has fallen ill. It is hoped here
that the trial-in which over $2 Communities.
hymns, gangs of hoodlums invaded
the district where most of Rome's
Jews live, shouting "Death to the
Jews."
Jews went into action immedi-
ately, counter-attacking the Fas-
cists. Police reserves soon arrived
to back up the defenders, and the
Fascists were routed.
During the night, however, af-
ter the police patrols had retired,
other Fascists threw paint on a
memorial commemorating the
martyrdom of the Jews exter-
minated in the Ardeatine Cave
massacres. Among the flowers
adorning the memorial, the Fas-
cists planted a bludgeon, symbol
of violence. When police came
to remove the bludgeon and the
paint splattered flowers, new
fights broke out.
A warning that the Jews of Rome
might take reprisals in the event
of further attacks was issued here
by Chief Rabbi Elio Toaff. The
warning came after the Chief Rab-
bi had met in an emergency ses-
sion With the Rome Jewish Com-
munity Council and representa-
tives of the Union of Italian Jewish
Mass.) Tuesday introduced on the floor of the Sen-
ate a bill which prohibits the transportation of ex-
plosives in interstate commerce or the possession of
explosives transported in interstate commerce with
the knowledge or intent that the explosive will be
used in violation of a Federal or State law.
Recommendation of the bill fol-
lowed Kennedy's attack against re-
cent bombings in the South.
"All citizens, regardless of their
views in the area of civil rights,
have been appalled by the repeat-
ed defiance of law and authority
evidenced by the recent series of
bombings of homes, churches, syn-
agogues, schools, community cen-
ters and other property," Sen. Ken-
nedy told the Senate.
"In the last 17 months, there
have been 47 attempted bomb-
ings or actual bombings that
have occurred in ten states. All
follow a discernible pattern both
in their method of operation and
in the object of the attack."
^ Kennedy said that in communi-
ties as far from each other as
Nashville. Tenn., and Miami, the
dynamiting techniques have been
the same, "and in every instance
the object of the attack was a per-
son or property which, in some
way, might be identified with the
civil rights discussion."
Kennedy continued: "Thus far,
the perpetrators of these outrages
have in all but one instance frus-
trated the attempts of the local
authorities to apprehend them. In
part, this is due to the nature of
the offense. There is evidence that
the bombings are part of an inter-
state conspiracy in which the crime
is conceived and planned in one
state and carried out in another.
Almost all of the bombings," Ken-
nedy explained, "fit a scheme of
SIN. JOHN KfNNEDr
million in damage claims is at
stakewill get under way again
some time next month.
"Our patience has limits," the
Continued on Page 2A
Continued on Page 5 A
Mayors Confab
Counts Out Club
With Bar to Jews
NEW YORK (JTA) The New
York State mayors conference this
week cancelled plans to hold its
annual meeting at the Lake Placid
Club following protests that the
club discriminated against Jews.
Following the decision to hold
the June 1 conclave at another site,
the mayors held a special meeting
at the Biltmore hotel here to con-
sider the problem raised by the
charges of anti-Jewish discrimina-
tion which led Gov. Harriman,
Mayor Wagner and o'her officials
to announce they would not attond
the meeting at the club.
Arnold Foster, general coun-
sel of the Anti-Defamation Lea-
Continued on Page 9A
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UN Launches Inquiry
Into Scopus Shooting;
Jordan Blames Israelis
I Tag Olraat Talatya* W.r.
JERUSALEM An informal meeting Tuesday failed to reach an
agreement on procedure for a joint investigation of th Mt. Scopus af-
fair-Monday which cost the lft 6T""Lr*eot.-Geo*rg'e FTThtThaTrman of
the Israel-Jordan Mixed Armistice Commission, and four Israel police-
men. As a result, it appeared likely that two and possibly three sep-
arate investigations would be held.
Miamkuts Named
To Nat! Group
Two Miami welfare traders have
been named to a national commit-
tee to find qualified social work
personnel to M existing vacan-
cies in community agencies.
Stanley C. Myers and Dr. Ben-
jamin B. Rosenberg, executive di-
ector of fee Greater Miami Jew
iah Federation. wiU serve oa
committee set up by the Council of
Jewish Fedexatjona and Welfare
Funds to recruit social work train-
ees.
Myers is honorary president of
Federation and a three times past
president Greater Miami Jewish
Federation is a member agency of
CJFWF.
PEST
PROBLEMS?
Ft 4-177*
?W*
SINCE 1901
WORLD'S LARGEST
According to Mixed Armistice
agreement. Mt Scopus is under the
special jurisdiction of the chairman
of the MAC. acting as special rep-
resentative, and not under the full
commission.
Israel and Jordan, it is now be-
lieved, will conduct their own m
vestigatfjons and the United Nations
will conduct its third probe on both
sides of the demarcation line.
The anticipated Jordan charge
that Israeli* started the shooting
Monday nd that Col. Flint was
by an Israel bullet was
lished in the Jordan press
Teeschry. Israel efrMtieht have
Hut tha UN esfieiel was
he sought to extricate
four wounded Israatis and that all
five perished because Jordan
gunfire prevented help from
reaching them in Nmi.
I'nited Nations sources disclosed
that Col. Flint was in touch by
walkie talkie with IN headquar
tcrs in Jerusalem's no mans land
almost to the moment he was
struck down by gunfire. However,
IN officials refused to disclose the
content of Col. Flint's walkie talkie
reports.
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Rome Jews Hit
Back Attacking
Fascist Groups
Continued from Paga 1 A
Chief Rabbi declared. "It is hard
to restrain all initiative of the Jew-
ish population which wants to re-
act to Fascist provocations."
The Chief Rabbi described the
assaults at "frightening," declar-
ing that it was with "sadness" that
the Jews of Rome "have heard
again the cries of "Viva il Duce'
and 'Death to the Jews'." In his
statement. Rabbi Toaff noted that
many 15 year-old hoys had partici-
pated in the attacks.
A resolution adopted unani-
mously at the amergency meet-
ing denounced the "vandalistic
action by cowardly descendants
of yesterday's butchers." The
resolution thanked the city polico
and the Italian political parties
and organizations which had sent
mossagas complimenting the
Jewish population far "tha
prompt defense of its dignity and
sacred memories."
The desecration of the memorial
to the victims of the Ardeatine
Cave massacres has aroused the
emotions of many of the Jews liv-
ing in the district that suffered the
attack. The Jewish population and
members of partisan brigades, as
well as representatives of various
political parties, had brought thous-
ands of flowers to commemorate
the martyrdom of the Jewish vic-
tims in the Caves. After the Fas-
cists attacks, two anonymous let-
ters were found near a synagogue.
One of the letters contained threats
against the synagogue and against
the Jewish population. The other
declared "Auschwitz Needs- a Rab-
bi."
The political division of the Rome
police department announced Tues-
day that some of the attackers had
been identified and that the re-
sults of the poHce investigation will
be turned over to the judiciary au-
thorities for possible prosecution
INSURED SAYINGS EARN 3V2% XrZJZ
LOW COST HOME LOANS TO BUY. BUILD. REFINANCE OR REPAIR
Inquiries Invited Na Obligation
4 *"va sssss.vssosKffssf am*
RESOURCES EXCEED 115 MILLION DOLLARS
ALL DADE FEDERAL OFFICES WILL OBSERVE MEMORIAL DAY. MAY 30U>
SeMeman to SuaeefnJ^,
Beard Chairman, Williams Gets JW
Paul Seiderman, Miami businessman and form.
Rackets Bureau chief, has been nominated as chair *** N
regional advisory board, Anti-Defamation League onv ^ *!]
Saidsrman. a member of the per-------------
sonnel board of Miami Beach, pre-
viously served as chairman of the
League's executive committee. He
succeeds George J. Talianoff, who
served in the capacity of Florida
board chairman for the past five
years.
i.
~
Talianoff remains Florida's
lone member of the ADL Na-
tional Commission, of whoss axe-
cutive committee he is also a
Tha new slate of officers in-
clude* former Miami Beach Coun-
cilman Burnett Roth an chairman
of the Florida board's executive
committee; Benjamin Meyers and
Sara Goldstein, board vice chair-
men; aid Judge Milton A. Fried-
man, treasurer.
Nate Pexlmutter, League direc-
tor, is renominated at board sec-
retary.
Election of officers will be held
Sunday morning, when the ADL's
annual meeting convenes at the
Lucerne hotel.
^PO ^^WaT Maaa^eni ^4^oWw*
ard L. Abess Human Relations
Award will be made t* Dr. H.
Franklin Williams, vice presi-
dent of the University of Miami.
Label A. Katz, former B'nai
District Grand Lodge 7 president
and chairman of the Southern re-
gional Council of Jewish Federa-
tion* and Welfare Funds, will par-
ticipate in the program.
Tmtjll Mark Atntbretsary
Israelite Center will mark the
tenth anniversary of the State of
Israel at a meeting Tuesday even-
ing at the Center. Irving Sperling
and Morris Aroo are co-chairmen
of the event.
He's Named'
LawGn
*** Kishner,"w,
from the L'mversB, *
School In June,
standing Law'
received the Roe*
which is presented
tep senior aarrutsr.
Ktshner, son of *>,
ner. 250 E. R,vo *]/
Beach, is president *}]
Phi, national legal |
is national chair**,.
can Law Student Ajsl*1
hold its annual mettugl
S*te> in August.
He is pest chainon*;!
annual Law School Brujj
the Icral guidance boat,,
managing editor of-^
law school yearbook.
A member of the I
A*n senate. Khaneri
outstanding senator (i
year. He is also 11
and Gavel legal seoa>|
recently recoganed k |
Lfor his leadership,
service to the school.
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May 30. 1958
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Epsilon Phi Frat Selects Kanner
158 "Outstanding Man1 for Service
**
AAKOH KMMMf*
tlected President
fORKDaniel G. Ross ol*
was reelected president
American Friends of Heb-
iversitjr, and Philip M.
of Park Forest, 111., was
chairman of the board of
at the 33rd annual meet
at the organization's
ers.
i TO NEW YORK?
Aaron M. Kanner, Miami attor-
ney, has been selected 'Man of the
Year for 1958" by Tau Epsilon Phi,
national collegiate fraternity
Announcement of the selection
was made by fraternity president
Sidney S. Suntag in a telegram to
Kanner "in recognition of your
many years of devoted service to
your community and fraternity."
The selection is the highest
honor Tau Epsilon Phi can con-
fer on an alumnus.
Kanner was a founder member
of the Tau Alpha chapter of the
fraternity at Gainesville, Fla., in
1925. Two of the installing group
were Sam J. Heiman and Max Oro-
vitz, Greater Miami civic leaders.
Kanner is president of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation and
has just been nominated for a sec-
ond term.
He was presented with Tau
Alpha's "Service Key" last
March on the occasion of the
chapter's dedication of the new
| Tau Epsilon Phi House en the
University of Florida campus.
"Service Key" is the highest
award a chapter can confer on an
alumnus.
Inaugurated during the dedica-
tion was the Aaron M. Kanner Ser-
vice Trophy, to be awarded yearly
to a member of the active chapter
rendering the most outstanding
service to the fraternity and to the
University of Florida.
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cently installed at Deauville hotel are first row
(left to right) George Kronengold. trustee; Her-
bert L. Heiken, vice president; lack M. Pink,
monitor; Edwin Marger, president; Richard E.
Gerstein, guest speaker; Harry B. Rogers, vice
president. Second row (left to right) are Ger-
shon S. Miller, trustee; David R. Isen, past
president; Seymour Gelber, recording secre-
tary; Jack August, trustee; Sol S. Goldstrom,
guardian. Third row (left to right) are Michael
Sossin, trustee; Gerald S. Berkell, financial
secretary; Theodore M. Trushin, assistant
monitor; Joseph A. Kogos, trustee. Not shown
are Irving Schatzman, president-elect; Harry
Milton Lazer, treasurer; Abraham Swartz, war-
den; Paul Seiderman, Edward H. Levin, Sid-
ney A. Levy, and Kenneth Oka, trustees.____
Emanu-EI Religious School Closing
Program Sunday to Feature Cantata
Temple Emanu El's religious
school will conclude this semester
with a special program including
an original cantata Sunday morn-
ing, 10 a.m.
The cantata, "Today I am Ten,"
is written and directed by Trixie
Levin and Israel Ribner, director
of education at the school.
Following the program. Dr.
Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader
of the congregation, Dr. Herman
R. Mechlowitz, chairman of the
board of education, and Mrs.
Norman N. Giller, outgoing pres-
ident of the PTA, will present the
following children with "out-
standing student" awards:
David Abelow, Rntirrt Azoff. David
Ball, John Barack. Ingred Bekhuys,
Stanley Beri.xifin, Da.vM Bertner,
Klandi.i Bl lolenki, Jack llrefcer. Ed-
ward Burton. Marsha ""apian,i. H< h-
i.i, Cawed, Rebecca Cohan, Adrlenne
liehllnser, Rhoda i Itechnwn, .Man-
url Diner. Bar ban BttMDStadt, Wl n
Ulsenstaut, I" >-. iii nan, i
Btaman, Wlen Epstein, Deborah Flne-
\ .. Illi I':: '.. K i'. n.i risn-
brln, Robert Flam, fl .nnan.
David Frank, S:>hniile Glaubman,
Robe ta G Ick, I lol i In, sjie-
iren Ooldateln, Bl Phyi-
lla Qoldwyn, Abbj Qieenstone, Seal
Halduck. i.mi! i 11 i i :i. n Rlraen,
Mlrach, Robert Hlrachfleld,
Andv Jacobeon, Martlynn Jai
inane Kamlnsky, Harrtel Kau, Barry
Katsen, Larry Katsen, Qaj Kai
Bruce Keasiler, > rank Ki Sam i
King. Male K i In, Ricky Kroop,
Bryna Kulok. Steven Leb, Allen Levl,
Lin .i
Brick MaekUn, Joan
Ml, hael Marmi
Sally Itlehn **'n?>
Milni.k, Ell Mlirahl. Barena Mmnihi,
Barbara Newman, Nina Perlmutter,
Lola Pertnoy, Jesaa Plncua, ivgsy
ttablnowitx. I>.n;s liold.-a, James
Roth. Donna Rulf, Berton tUmet,
Warren Naroet, i-ois Samuel, Barry
Bchechter, Phyllla Bchonwetter, Stan
ion Schwarta, Mmnha Serf, Haul Bel-
gal. Vita Shapiro, Denala Sfeartln, Rob-
, | Shcvun, Tamra fc'detfman. t.all
Khulman, Margot Slfgal. Trudy Siegal,
Susan Simon, IV i si n, n. iii.n.'iu-
Summer, Iwvld S.isfman, Michael
rash, Dllen Tetter, carol Trent, Gary
Tufel, Ihtvld Wallack, Carol Weln-
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LEO MINDLIN..............................Executive Editor
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Number 22
Friday, May 30, 1958
11 Slvan5718
What are Our Agreements All About?
In May, 1950, the United States, Great
Britain and France joined together in a Tripar-
tite Declaration to guarantee the territorial in-
tegrity and existing borders of Israel and the
Arab nations.
Until October, 1958, when Israel launched
the Sinai Peninsula lompufcjn to destroy
Egypt's commando rfltftrt lodged there, the
Tripartite Declaration was the document upon
which the Jewish State continually based her
plea 'for defense against the Arab war of attri-
tion in the Middle East.
The Sinai campaign fundamentally viti-
ate bofh the real value and paper significance
of the declaration. Its real value, derived from
the prestige of the signatory nations, had begun
Greater Achievement Ahead
Greater Miami Jewish Federation's 20th
anniversary meeting Sunday will among
other things highlight the fact that many of the
organization's key personnel today stood in the
vanguard of Federation's formation during the
charter days of 1938.
This is a tribute to them. But it also gives
pause for thought. The broad problems with
which Federation must cope on a community
planning and fund-raising level demand an
active leadership a leadership that is both
experienced and informed.
Neither of these qualities can be achieved
on short notice. The youthful personalities
among Federation's executives today happily
serve notice that the organisation recognises
this very fundamental issue and thai it is
doing something about it
Thus, both veterans and young "leaders-
in-training" will Sunday join the community in
celebrating 20 years of Federation 20 years
of area-wide planning and fund-raising for the
maximum benefit of Jews here, nationally and
overseas.
That the Greater Miami Jewish Federation
has been a success is apparent from even the
most cursory observation of its objectives and
achievements. Under Federation aegis, the
Jewish community today operates health, wel-
fare, educational and leisure-time programs far
more ambitious than any 1938 vintage vision
imagined possible; while Israel, in her ten
years of existence, has received millions of dol-
lars through Federation to assure her sound
and progressive development.
As Federation launches its third decade.
Greater Miami Jewry applauds the organiza-
tion's past efforts and looks forward to even
higher levels of achievement ahead.
In the Wake of Terrorism
The Florida regional advisory board of the
Anti-Defamation League has its annual meet-
ing Sunday in the wake of intensive activity
during the past few months. What the League
has done following bombings of synagogues in
Miami and Nashville, as well as the attempted
bombing of a Jewish center in Birmingham.
will consume a large part of the age next.
The ADL has played a significant role in
bringing to the attention of government and
law enforcement officials the reason" behind
the emerging pattern of terrorism in the South
sine* the Supreme Court ruling on desegrega-
tion.
The recent bombings here are a part of the
pattern, and AnH- Defamation League spade-
work has given a proper perspective to their
place in the larger problem.
The Kennedy Bill, introduced before the
Senate this week, in no small measure reflects
the background of ADL research into the activ-
ities of lawless segregationists.
The League's agenda Sunday will not
dwell entirely on these pessemisuc aspects of
the past year. Dr. H. Franklin Wnliame, vice
presWeM of Ike University of Miami, will re-
ceive the League's Leonard L. Abess Award la
Human Relations.
Dr. Williams, in his capacity as a commun-
ity teader and educator, beet symbolises the
fundamental goals of the ADET hiqthssl and
most dedicated civil libertarian programs.
to deteriorate long before Sinai; its paper signif-
icance, based on a constant threat of reprisal,
presumably sounded a meaningful warning to
both Israel and the Arabs, alike, that aggres-
sion would not go unpunished in the Middle
East.
*
DKiMTmm rmm m Httaict
Up until October. 1956, when Israel took
the defense of her territorial integrity into her
own hands, the Tripartite Declaration had
evolved into a one-aided document, where the
breach of Israel's borders was ignored, but
where sporadic and uncontrollable defensive
measures taken against these infringements re-
sulted in the frequent censure of Israel based
upon the declaration's provisions.
The growing obhvion of the Tripartite De-
claration through its failure in practice was has-
tened br the increasing loss of prestige suffer-
ed by the signatory nations. As a result of
astonishingly dense U.S. foreign policy in the
Middle East, the British were forced first out of
Egypt and then out of Suez giving dictator
Nasser an open hand to welcome Soviet Com-
munism in her stead. The French, by the ter-
rible blows they sustained in IndoChina and
North Africa, found thetf standing reduced an
a world power and thus the meaning of
their role in the Tripartite Declaration.
The U.S., in a losing diplomatic game with
Egypt and Saudi-Arabia, had reached her
nadir with Nasser's sensational nationalization
of the Suet Canal in the summer of 1955.
These are the elements of the decline of the
Tripartite Declaration. Death of the declaration
occurred with the action in Sinai and the joint
Franco-British invasion of Suez and Port Said.
where two signatory powers presumably vio-
lated one of the eery nations whose integrity
they were bound to protect.

TEST Of EISENHOWER DOCTRINE
The Eisenhower Doctrine has since filled
the treaty void in the Middle East, but with this
difference: The Tripartite Declaration intended
to protect Israel and the Arabs from aggres-
sion by either party; the Eisenhower Doctrine,
relying on at least the governmental stability of
the Middle Eastern nations, took as its purpose
the protection of the area from Communist in-
vasion.
The Eisenhower Doctrine is unfortunately
destined for even more rapid oblivion than was
the Tripartite Declaration's lot. For one thinq
its original assumption proved fallacious Since
its adoption by many of the Arab governments.
Jordan has toppled at least three times, and on
two occasions nearly bit the dust. In Saudi
Arabia, Saud, whom President Eisenhower
wined and dined here only a short while ago,
is now a virtual subordinate to Faisal. Syria
is in the Communist fold and has since joined
in a federation with bitterly anti-American Nas-
scr.
The latest test of the Eisenhower Doctrine's
effectiveness came last week in the face of the
esseat to Lebanese independence.

NATURI Of OUR LEADERSHIP
Lebanon is principally a Christian country
and therefore more closely alrin to Western tra-
dition than any other Arab hegemony. In ad-
dition, her valid democratic inclinationscom-
pared with the other Arab peoples makes
Lebanon s destiny of particular significanse to
as. Nevertheless. Secretary of State Dulles at
a press conference some ten days aae dwclm
d that th. United State, i. no/arXs^oTa
pretext to introduce U.S. military force, into
Lebanon.
What then is tie Eisenhower Doctrine for?
This, ft seems to us. is a perfectly reasonable
question as reasonable as our other persis-
tent qeery: What precisely is our foreign policy
a breaking point and where war at each mo-
ment seems more imminent than before?
**IJaVi"i9rboer\ a P^ to ^auction of
British and French prestige in the Middle East
W? **,nJto <** > alternative leadership
where leadership is most needed today
during the week
mm f Bee it .
by LEO MINDLIN
THY *-im m
ln 'lth*
<"* into
deitt for such
music-conscious
niumo onto. h. "I
phenomenon. I can hardly beliel!^T *3
u. that an uncontrollable surge of LT! ^ ^
the lanky Texas pianist the kind of homecoming rl^^i
conquering heroes. Unless, of course, we look eWJ0T1 res-
cue* that light a hero who met ami v.najsne?,^
adel of Russian art. luisneu um- ^jj
If this is true, we are operating under a mk
lions. To begin with, there is nothing slcr J**}"
Soviet performers. Except for David Oistrakh theufj0-
SMI* leaves much aesthetically to be desired Vmi,!-?crB
pianist Emil Gilels and cellist Rostropovitch are ^Li?**
the blood and guts knock them-dead school -all to tprMttl*
in refinement many of their Americas counten>iru mnlai
Even in the case of Oistrakh, our own Lmm l.
Milstein offer better than equal competition-am,,,!!? **5|
unquestionably, a superb artist. gn "kw
What it comes down to is that we have succumbed .*.
Russian musical superiority and fallen prev to tte IlS
Russians arrived at for usthat Van CUburn must ino-JuT
of extraordinary proportion because he snatched the taTi
prize. Undoubtedly mere akin to fact is that the Ten.
approach his Soviet competition en their own artisucn^, i
would make him an intolerable romantic still wet hJ?^
and with much piano playing to learn. und|,aj
u -: *;.
WI AM MUSICAL BUT HOT MVUC-M/MDf0
BUT EVEN THIS enters less into the fraudulent natueof taj
* than do the obvious political considerations involved I
not been able to beat the Russians at missile-making fetal
uncertain terms commented hysterically on the fact thaws!
beat them at something. *
Van CUburn, unfortunately, is therefore no symbol of mi
logical development. In our schools, we continue to denial
atftirth. physicists; we really care little or not at all about inn
humanities. Nor do our schools serve as the final commota!
truth. How many of the Americans who hailed the ctMiadtf
know about Bela Bartok. the great Hungarian composer ij|
and only IS years ago died among as a starved and vaguely' m
rtan? Or about the genius of Charles Ives, hot lour yam
away, still spbrned by his native land*
How many of them, fot example, knew or care about tie Ml
a worthwhile recereing of Ernest Block's masterpiece Cant]
Viohn dees not extet, white untoad nusabers of new Scbetemali/
the marketplace to fill the ceffers of nen-music-mndad Tf i
**" the process of shaping fer their benefit the needs**if
eal but non-music-minded puhtte? That many gifted lanntunl-
eountry never get a chance to have their works pertained *W
?ear a* soMsts because they have no influence with UaatT
ateih and Virgil Ttwmsen, fair-haired gods of the doaan?
But Van Ciiburn ha. returnee, and he will soon hare a i
kte "hi-fi" Rachmanineff and Taehaikowskymore mediocre pt
ances to add to the excessive number already in the cataham
have we succumbed to that of ehteh we accuse the Rusnaav
teg art with politics. It has keen critically observed is tbeL
Often enough that sack a mixture makes for bad art aad raw)
The artit* actual and relative wortharc in reality lapsrik,
us. Bui the politicsadmittedly unrealisticsuddenly vault L
icance. To what end, our most recent dishonesty in the can tt
CUburn?
s- : :
whui is tin rom or no mwt*>
THE RUSSIANS HAVE literally achieved a propagandist* i
They do nothing that is not political neither sing ari
create nor destroy. The awarding of the top Tschaikowsky prat
American can be no exception. In the eyes of the world, weief
only technologically inferior to the Soviet Union; by accordsgy
rescntative of her worst enemy this great honor, the Rusatel
also bested us in magnanimity.
What makes the deception more terrible is the matner li-
the U.S. fell for it The confetti parade was only one *(**]
deluded reaction. No less an American than President Eu""]
contributed to it by his reception at the White House for ValBJ
late last week. The President, who has boasted that be dV^
the Congressional ffecotd because k is soring, wtie praidly r*
that h. rarely looks at the newspapers because they are ik,
and who is an atfidonade of western flctten. added his f'
the naaVte'a hysteria by entertaining the returning artist
I am net aware that Mr. aTtesnhuau has as yet reeeirdi
Fleishdt, jrfren J.nis, Gary Greilsean or Eugene tstonss1
House. These young men are certntefy Van Clibern's P'*'**'
with Istomin, In point of fact, towering above the* 1L ** *
deduce that the exception rated special attention becatae be "
Soviet tfntoa. seal
terminee both th
furthef oiled the i__
in South America to plague us everywhere
nrctfptton rated special attention becaese be *
fal of approval. Did it not behove us t "JJfJ
m merit and design of the Texan's award >asj
Russian trap fsr *s? Or Is the level of
i to plague us every where uU the asaa **m
<*\ ? *igi sariCfgi din wmir* .-
the wires of vicious Florida hurncas* w .
appointed a member of the rWrtW'
Urn*. I have been privihrged. atoog '
ot. wiuumo, jomaw tuaumtn worn*
EROM A DISCUSSION of intellectual dishonesty and **"**!
tegHfy and courage Is an easy step with Dr. H. Frafl*B,^!
who will receive the Ant! Defamation League's Ltonari L w\
man Retlttem Award at the ADLs annual meeting!
Our first snasset wee via telegram back i.
which brake arras, the
me that I had been api_.
faculty. Since that lime, .
of the community, to observe this unaiue nni nutate
to our area.
On eempes. be wet. and I seppeet etill is. akeost sinj*
scholar, whose arafmag huallastual Interests earn the fte" (
tion of many educators and students, shta. I ** ll1"!! I
srea. his very swestaka bat been a aymkol of maskiodi mm
tionadvancing he man relations. ^-J|w3
To speak of him in terms Of the aateeraaty's view **^ f*
Dr. Williams aa uijeaUce For hit achteveatest. **L *f
munai. are much breeder and wteer. The Aeees Aeatisw-rj.
a true awardrecognition accorded a deserving '""^l-an*
ersbip ia that which it la, ungiktod by the crass gdt of ces


lay 30. 1858
t-A
medy Bill Would Bar Interstate Transport of Explosives
4nud from Pooe 1 A
deliberately aimed at in-
people from exercising
siiiutional right to vote, to
and to religious free-
stachusotts Senator
in awn* Instances thsre
taw vgut canwettati
.'the oojoct of Mm attack
El rights, bur that by tota-
led Is and othor dovicoi,
ckora indicated that me
,_ w*rt intendod to bo a
agalnit participation in
PaHHaaHBaflk
jy asserted that "in order
al niceties should not be
obstruct the prompt arrest
riminals involved," the bill
Juced provides "that the
explosives in violation of
|al or State law creates a
jle presumption that it was
ed in interstate com
Dutbiul contender for the
fctic vice presidency in 1956
is my hope that the bill,
jacted, will serve as au-
or the Department of Jus
let promptly if the bomb-
linue so that the criminals
apprehended while the
[ of the offense is still fresh
Didst of possible witnesses.
must not allow comti-
1 continue in which the law
|w enforcement agencies
rerless to punish crime*,
at condon* a situation
[permits state boundaries
late an interstate criminal
icy."
^oducing the bill, Sen. Ken-
irged that "the boldness of
piratocs is particularly
Some of the telephone
pen were received by news-
prior to the bombings
[ of the planned explosion.
Bstance, threats of violence
ected against a Federal
an attempt to influence
lion." (In Nashville bomb-
blatant disregard of law
bt," Kennedy added, "dis-
[of properly constituted au-
and contempt for our
Itic institutions must be
If the local authorities
|ble to take effective action,
tral government should do
said he was introducing
because "the Department
Ice has stated that it cannot
Investigate the bombings or
irrests because it cannot
[jurisdiction over the of-
le Heart
ler Installs
Illation of new officers of
llliam J. McCarthy chapter!
itary Order of the Purple I
[was hold last week at 1010
Bt st. New officers installed
commander, Alfred A. Los-
Dior vice commander. Leroy
r: junior vice commander,
i H. Josepmson; adjutant
A IsJun; finance officer,
G. Pellman.
lant-at-arms, John M. An-
chaplain, Howard 1* Bur_
dgo advocate. S. Blair Ross;
fe officer. Max Froom; ser-
licer, Michael J. Perricone.
. three years. S. B la I r
trustee, two years, Capt.
nss; trustee, one year, R. B.
and executive committee,
i S. Iskin.
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reth Israel Northside Jewish
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Her day camp fyrom June 16
B. 8.
camp program will include
rniog. arts and crafts, sports
Jewish observances from 9
(to 2:30 p.m. Monday through
ristration is now being taken
Center. Mrs. Jerome Schul-
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Tribute Slated at 20th
Anniversary Federation
Dinner Sunday Evening
Continued from Pago 1 A
leader of Temple Empu-El;
Kan. Nihom Attar. Comul of Is-
rael for tho Southeastern United
States; and Stanley C. Myin,
chairman of th ^coatee Mlemr-
Committoo for Israel's Tonth
Anniversary Celebration.
V>>-rs will open the presentation
tul report to Astar on the extent
ol the local community's programs
in commemoration of Israel's tenih
anriversary.
Included in the report will be
rnerence to such community-wide
. nts as the local appearance of
InbeJL Israels national ballet
group, and the May 8 rally in Buy
front Auditorium which attracted
nvre than 5.000 persons.
Following an official response by
A.-'ar. Dr. Lehrman will offer a I
portal "Prayer for Israel." The
pirtteal leader recently returned |
Inn a visit to the Jewish State,
re he conferred with President
Bin-Zvi and other top government,
religious and educational leaders.
A spectacular photorama of views
oi Israel has been designed as a
entation of the traditional song.
I Jerusalem." which will be
cr.inte.1 to violin accompaniment.
Katz received his law degree
fton Tulane I'mversity in 1941
a:-.: is a prominent business execu-
t>w
He occupies the important poet
ct oeoiidant of the Southern
State* region. Council of Jewish
Federations end Welfare Funds,
and is the former president of
Hew OHoons i'w^ Welfare
Fond. Ho is also a member of
tho board of the Hafional Coun-
cil of Jewish Federations n4
Welfare Funds.
In hjs^jnjUye cjty of New Or-
leans. Katz was president of the
communal Hebrew school for five
years.
BLANK AT HUM AS BtfOit
" A ln
Many Federation Pioneers
Are Active After 20 Years
NICK "*
ARTHUR'S
RESTAURANT
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August bros uu
. < f i'
The Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration has been called at various
times "the instrument of united
action "the conscience of the
community
And. although the years have
proven Federation to be the voice
and the deed of local Jewry, only
a handful of persons had the vis-
ion and foresight to implement
the idea two decades ago
In 1938on the evening of May
7 Federation's official minutes
record that the first meeting was
called to order at the home of
Sam Blank.
As the host glanced about tho
room, ho wendarad who* lay an
store for the fledgling cone opt of
a Federation. Would it survive,
flourish, crew* And what of the
21 thoughtful Jewish to odors who
wore fathered there* WeuM
interests end da not ion to
cause continue?
Time has provided the answer, j
Many of the pioneer-founders of
Federation are active in com-
munity service today.
Among those attending the first
Federation meeting were Stanley
C Myers, president for three
terms and an indefatigable lead-
er m the life-time of the organi-
zation: Abe Aronoviu. progrea-
sive attorney, who went on to be-
come mayor of Miami: Benja-
min Bronston. realtor and civic
leader, who was also a Federa-
tion president: Isaac Levin, "el-
der statesman" of B'nai B'nth:
Joseph M. Upton, banker and
philanthropist: Leo Eisenstein.
realtor, subsequent CJA cam-
paigner and B'nai B'rith peaneer.
Baron de Hirsch Meyer, attorney,
banker, first CJA campaign
chairman and communal spark-
plug: E. Albert PaJJot. lawyer,
war hero and fraternal organiza-
tion officer. J Louu Shocbet. cru-
sading publisher of The Jewish
Flondun: and Harry Zukemicfc.
attorney who has been active in
Federation agencies for over 10
years
Blank sat to lead Federation
as its president, take a forceful
role in campaigns for two de-
cades, and become one of Mi-
ami's top rank business execu-
tives.
Destined for prominence, also,
wore such men as R. R. Adter,
Day, J. Apte, Jack August, J.
Gerald Lewis. Harry Markewiti,
Lee Robinson, William Taradash,
and Leonard Epsteinell present
et the initial Federation meeting
that night in May M years awe-
Since then. Blank has watched
Federation and the Jewish com-
munity grow. He has seen Fed-
eration consult and plan with its
Sunday School Award Asst
At Miami Hebrew Congi
Annual Sunday school awards
assembly of Miami Hebrew Con-
gregation will be held Sunday in
the school's auditorium.
Honor students for the 1957-58
school year are Neil Wenstein,
Barbara Weiss. Mike Shostack.
Gail Rosoff. Shereyl Joshper. Fran-
cene Grappel. and Wayne Morris.
Others are Ben Roseff, Richard
Sherman. Alan Fnshman. Francis
Sokel. Elaine Bass and Howard
Kaplan These students will re-
ceive inscribed books for their out-
standing scholastic achievement.
Those winning best attendance
awards are Gail Rosoff. Mark
Sirell, Barry Bernstein. Sol Rosoff.
Francene Grappel, Diane Blitt.
Elaine Bass, Bernie Klein, and Ben
Rosoff.
In a special contest set up by
principal Jerome Schulmin,
Francene Grapnel wiN receive
on award for bringing in tho
most students for me
Daring cJosing efrrinai. Howard
Zfmst Elect** fleet iit.
Miami Beach Zionist District
was to hold its annual election
'meeting Thursday. May a*, at the
Nautilus hotel. Nominating com-
' mittee is headed by Al Oesip The
evening was to feature a musical
presentation by the Miami Beach
.chapter of Hadassah under the
| direction of Cantor Israel Reach,
I of Temple Emanu-EL
Kaplan and Howard _.
idem and vice pridntel
dent council, will pre*,,]
graph to the rrnafafg. j
for this project wu rarij
carnival staged by tej
council. Mrs. Abrzha,!
president of the SoM
present two album di
the council.
Awards wifl be
Rabbi Simon April,
congregation CharieY_^
Morns Sokel. chaira*"!
board of education. Tbji
assisted by memberndfcj
teaching staff Mint*
Garvin Kleber. Jaatl
becca Kelemer,
and Frank K redder.
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agencies concerning their future
needs and how best to meet
them. He has seen Federation
raise over $10 million, develop
new and more comprehensive
services to provide for the grow-
ing population, a hospital, a com-
munity center, a family welfare
agency, a home for the aged, aid
to the refugee, rehgtous educe
tmn. and vocational
On Sunday evening. June 1. as
Sam Blank presides at the 20th
annual meeting of Federation,
perhaps the Grand Ballroom of
the Americana hotel will become
transformed for a fleetang te-
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May 30.-1956
+Je*is*fkri&on
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w-by-Year Portrait of Progress
lay 7, first Federation meet-
id at home of Sam Blank,
izations pledge unity. Mul-
jppeals studied. 19,500 Jew-
jlation
Srst Federation campaign.
de Hirsch Meyer, chair-
$82,743 raised (goal $65,-
Stanley C. Myers, first
ent. Jewish Welfare So-
(now the Jewish Family
e) aids DP's.
ewish Home for the Aged
ireau of Jewish Education
as a result of Federa-
ludy.
-War years. U.S.O., J.W.B.
^e programs. Baron de
Loan Fund established,
liami Beach YMHA pro-
[ established.
fewish Home for the Aged
doors. Federation con-
> population survey: 30,000
residents in Dade county,
broken for new Service-
Center.
ami opens its heart to
I remnants of European
I. First big CJA campaign
Ve refugees, displaced per-
Aid-program by National
Council of Jewish Women.
1947CJA Women's Division or-
ganized. Alton Road Hospital re-
opened under Jewish community
auspice*. CJA launches first
million dollar campaign. Great-
er Miami Jewish Community
Center auditorium and gymnas-
ium built in Miami; Beach
Branch built. Study of leisure-
time needs.
194*Israel's independence. Fed-
eration raises SI,485 000.
1949Mt. Sinai Hospital, former
hotel a*d wartime retrabttita*ie*r
center, opens in December. Jew-
ish Vocational Service establish-
ed as result of Federation study.
1950Southwest YMHA program
opens.
1951Jewish Home for the Aged
moves to Douglas Gardens.
Town and Beach Y's reorganize
to establish Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center.
1952Bureau of Jewish Education
moves to new building on Jan. 6.
1953Warsaw Ghetto memorial.
Jewish Center group work pro-
gram for Jewish Home for the
Aged undertaken.
1954Jack Ablin Memorial bldg.
constructed at Jewish Home for
the Aged. North County YMHA
program. UJA consolidation loan
for $750,000 negotiated.
1955Mt. Sinai Hospital building
drive for $7 million opens. Jew-
ish Family Service undertakes
child-placement and adoption
services.
195*Jewish education study.
Young Executives Institute spon-
sored by Federation. $1 million
UJA refunding loan completed.
Federation takes the lead in or-
ganizing Committee on the Mid-
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1957Highest CJA total: $1,768,-
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Fassler Named
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Maxwell Fassler, director of so-
cial casework at Jewish Family
Service, was elected chairman of
the South Florida chapter of the
National Assn. of Social Workers
at the group's annual meeting this
week.
Fasslar Is past vie* chairman
of the chapter, which has a mem-
bership of 130 professionally
trained social workers in eight
counties of South Florida.
The chapter honored Mrs. Doro-
thy H. Alberts, outgoing chairman,
with a plaque in recognition of her
three years of leadership as the
first chairman of the local chapter1
following merger of seven social
work groups into one national asso-
ciation.
They Receive
Kovner Awards
NEW YORK Harry Kovner
Memorial Awards of $100 each for
literary achievement were made
here at the annual meeting of the
Jewish Book Council of the Nation-
al Jewish Welfare Board.
Prize recipients were I. J.
Schwartz, a Miami Beach resident,
for "his cumulative contributions
to Yiddish poetry." and Aaron
Zeitlin, for his volume of Hebrew
poetry. "Bein Ha-Esch Veha-Yes-
ha."
The Kovner awards, which are
given to writers of poetry dealing
with Jewish life, thought and ex-
perience in Hebrew and Yiddish.
were made by Bernard and Milton
Kovner, representing the Kovner
family who established the award.
A son. Walter Kovner, is a noted
Miami attorney.
Sen. Lehman Fund Created
At Brandeis University
WALTHAM. Mass. New York's
former Sen. Herbert H. Lehman
has created a new fund to bolster
the salaries of political scientists
on the Brandeis University faculty.
Sen. Lehman, a former governor
of New York and honorary chair-
man of the Brandeis University
Fellows, established the new fund
on the occasion of his 80th birth-
day. It is to be used in the form
of a salary supplementation grant
with a portion of the principle add-
ed each year to the salary of a
faculty member in the political
science field.
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Gabies Zionist District for Satur-
day night, June 14, according t*
Moses Meyer, chairman.
Past presidents of the former
Miami and Coral Gables Zioavst
Districts will be honored. A recep-
tion in honor of new officers and
board members will follow. As-
sisting Meyer are Mrs. Morris Si-
mon, Isadore Dickman, Mrs. Isa-
dore Sachs, Harvey Sootin, James
David Liebman. Ephraim Collins,
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namaKT*'Outstanding New Anwriccm" by Grectav VW
tion. National Council of lewish Women. He was ttLj
n-aakaa>q beat i.a4ja.uuaal to kis new enriionam. Lr
. ardaaory peawonol rwhieeri-iiil am a new AnMnaa,
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JWY to Conduct MwiaondScfYqj
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tived. He warned that
icei Of this day should
kinder of tho vital neces-
radical change of th*
which havo lad wp to
it tragic avant* and
lost ba ovtrcomt if
[conditions ara to bo ro-
the araa."
ssman for the Canadian
ttice at Ottawa was re-
[have said it -hod -hoc***J-
tt Col. Flint had been
accompanying a Jordan
krehing for Israeli sni-
[ashington, State Depart-
ces said the American
envoys in the Middle East had been
requested to send a full report on
the Mt. Scopus affray, in Lon-
don, tt was expected that Israel
Ambassador Eliahu Elath would
call at the British Foreign Office
Wednesday morning to discuss the
Mt. Scopus attack.)
Col. Flint, a resident of Outre-
mont, suburb of Montreal, and a
veteran of the Korean war, was
badly wounded 22 months ago by a
mine explosion on Mt. Scopus. He
*"^ ""ly .arrntlr.-Jrnori fin ^
third year with the UN truce mis-
sion here.
According to the Israeli military
spokesman, a police patrol of the
regular Mt. Scopus garrison came
Beach Honors
fs Executive
[Renick Day on Miami
been declared by the
Men's Club for Thurs-
Kenick is vice pres-
karge of news for WTVJ,
pli.
lay's program has Men "
[which was to culminate
meeting Thursday eve-
tenick as honor guest.
to Mo I Fit., pros-
South Beach Club,
|onick is boing honored
nd ability, his in-
foarlossnoaa, which
for him nationwide)
[ prominence and honor
nmOMaatlrtg.
i' independent and forth-
rials, now a regular part
ily newscasts, a feature
by him, have revolution-
lion newscasting.
this, he has made tele-
esponsible, mature and
ortant news-distribution
achievement that has
bat prestige to the Great-
community and WTVJ."
itnted Leonard Coleman,
tnt of the clttb'a pres-
as chairman of Ren-
AIM KfHICK
UurHh'
[Bruce Brown Post and
[Jewish War Veterans,
program adaptation of
it Life."
of the program was the
of Ten-Year Pins to 49
f the post and 12 mem-
auxiliary.
was Mrs. Edward Le-
function was Wednesday
Cl Congregation.
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Ian avenue, miami beach
[Meae M 1 3*05
Pre-Schoolers
Get Certificates
Mrs. Walter Kaye, chairman of
pre-6chool committee at Flagler-
Granada Jewish Community Cen-
ter, this week announced tho
school's premier calendar review
and graduation.
J. L. Logan, principal of Henry
M. Flagler Elementary School,
was to present certificates of grad-
uation in ceremonies Thursday.
Members of the kindergarten
class are David Berman, Dorothy
Langan. Joseph M a e r. Sharlene
Pont, Susan Race, Caryn Reif,
Kenneth Segall and Ricky Selig-
man.
Staff members are Mrs. Hersh
Berman, Mrs. Arthur Golden and
Mrs. Reuben D. Lederman. head
teacher.
under heavy Jordanian fire direct-
ed from the woods adjoining the
demilitarized zone as the patrol
passed through the Botanical Gar-
dens area. The exchange of fire
continued for two hours during
which two of the policemen were
wounded.
At least four more policemen
wore wounded in attempts by a
rescuing force to evacuate thorn
from tho lino of fire, but tho rot-
cue attempt failed as Jordanians
garrisoned in the August 'Vic-1
toria Hospital joined in tho shoot-
ing. A UN call for a cease-fire
at 3:30 p.m., local time, was
spumed by tho Jordanans. It
was than that Col. Flint made
hie gallant, single-handed at-
tempt to roach tho wounded men.
The United Nations truce author-
ities finally succeeded in getting
Jordanian agreement to a cease-
fire some six hours after the first
men were wounded. Ambulances
were in readiness at the Mandel-
baum gate to receive the wounded
men and rush them to hospital as
soon as they were evacuated from
tBe mountain top.
The Arab village of Issawia,
where the trouble started, is lo-
cated in the Arab demilitarized
sector of Mt. Scopus, but the Jor-
danians have long maintained mil-
itary units there. Several incidents
have occurred in the past involving
Issawia either when its residents
attempted to work in fields in the
Israel sector or when snipers based
there opened fire on Israel patrols
across the demarcation line.
Israeli sources described Mon-
day's incident as one of the most
serious involving Mt. Scopus since
the War of Liberation. They re-
garded with utmost seriousness the
unprecedented fact that the Arabs
maintained their fire for six hours,
preventing removal of the wound-
ed, even though they knew that one
of the- wounded men was a United
Nations official and that his life
and that of the wounded Israeli
policemen depended on their re-
ceiving prompt medical aid, for
lack of which they died.
Religious School Picnic
Israelite Center religious school
will picnic Sunday at Matheson
Hammock. Motorcade leaves the
Center at 9 a.m. Faculty is in
charge of the day's events.
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A qualified consultant in the
field of child care and leisure-time
activities has been invited to con-
fer with local leaders and com-
munal agencies in this connection.
He is Myron Blanchard, com-
munity center planning director of
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recently elected president of the
National Assn. of Jewish Center
Workers.
During his visit here, Blanchard
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ple of the Greater Miami Jewish
Community Centers and with a
special committee from the Great-
er Miami Rabbinical Assn.
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers and mem-
bers of the Federation's leisure-
time programs sub committee
were to meet with Blanchard
Thursday evening at the Federa-
tion offices. Also present was to
be Frank Fierman. Southern re-
gional director of the Jewish Wel-
fare Board.
United Synagogue Youth
Hold Annual Semi-Formal
North Shore Jewish Center chap-
ter of United Synagogue Youth was
to hold its annual semi-formal in-
stallation dance at the Deauville
hotel Thursday evening.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz was to
install these newly elected officers:
President, Ellen Schlosser; vice
president, Harold Kart; correspon-
ding secretary, Marshall Baltnch;
recording secretary, Andrea
Waehs; treasurer, Karen Sherman.
In charge of reservations were
co-chairmen Eve Salzman and
Marshall Baltuch.
Advisor to the group of teen-
agers is Mrs. George Siegel.
Irwin Block (lefU, newly-elected president of Cored Wttf Jew-
ish Center, accepts gavel from Jerome Rosen, outgoing pres-
ident. InstalkrSon took place last Saturday at Dttpont Tttrle-
ton hotel.
Mayors Conference Spurns
Club With Bar Against Jews
Contineod from Page 1 A
guo of B'nai B'rith, was invited
to participate in tho mooting. A
statement issued by the ADL
said:
"The mayors conference invited
the Anti-Defamation League to
consult with it on the public policy
involved in scheduling the conven-
tion af the Lake Placid Club. We
made clear to the mayors our con-
viction that the Lake Placid Club
is a public resort hotel which uses
the private club device in order to
avoid the law prohibiting discrim-
ination. The Lake Placid Club ad-
mittedly bars Jews from member-
ship and as individual guests.
"The mayors conference recog-
nizes the gratuitous insult to a
large part of the citizens of the
State of New York implicit in the
Lake Placid Club policy. When
the mayors scheduled their con-
vention they did not know of the
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About Some of the Goodness in the Midst of Hitlerian
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h shone out in the midst of Hitlers blackness and lit
in-- v.,*\ n freedom tor a tew Jews It is about the hand-
tuU ol i'hri:ian< who nske.1 their own livesand in many
v kv>t ," 'r*.- fro:n torture and death
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the names and states of the braxe who believed first in
mans humanity to man In each country there were some
a small sroup of magnificently- gallant peoplewho with
secret hiding place* and perilous escape routes managed
:.> *4e some of the marked Countries differed in their
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[May 30. 1958

ll-A
ItAL'NOTICa
;B BY PUBLICATION
JlRCUIT COURT OF THE
I'M JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF
IN ANb FOR DAD*
AT LAW.
No ML16T9
PI^ASTERINC CORP..
corporation.
lift.
("ED SOUTHEASTER*
TultS. INC.. a Fmrldji
En. ALBERT WARNER a*d
pi i K I' a Florida corporation
)N lFQH KNFOCEHWNT
OF LIEN
CUT WARNER
J. 44th rneeet
[York, New York
jiKKT WARNER are hereby
tin! a Petition For Enforee-
Jen has beer, filed hIhm
lyou are. required-to asrve'fl
our Answer o*r Pleading to
im on the plaintiff Aftor-
ET & ml Beach, Florida ami file
I Answer or Pleading hi the
jie Clerk of the Circuit Court
fore the 17ih ilay of June,
dii fall to 4k> eo. luoBment by
Jl be taken against you for
[demanded In th Petition
IND ORDBRED at Miami.
tils ISth da* of May, A.D.
.. I.EATHERUAN, Clerk,
Court, Dade Cou-i'v Kl"- ila
lly R. H. RKB, JR..
'IJBNE r
Road
Jlch **' tMi
Ifor rhilniiff
i1
La-eAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNQIR
vr.X'?J,,T,0U8 ***** LAW
NOi-M-H ls HEREBY GIVEN
the Undei signed. d-siriag to engage In
WTSlVllBhTEW 1'I.aXa al Coral
Way and s w 87th Avenue, Dane
v, r%,rlh\. intends to register
said name with the fMi of tke Cir-
cuit Court < I).,,!,. County, Floral,,.
WBrrCHESTER, INC.
nuBBfN.^^r'l^'-'A'!',^^""
,CE BY PUBLICATION
iiRcurr court of thb
TM JUDICIAL ClBCAUT OF
IN AMD FOB DADE
IN CHANCEffY.
. Me. tACMM
VLAUO.
K
BEPH. ALAGi I.
Int.
T FOR OIVORCC
JOSEPH A1.AGO
aiMa ABg*
juit lu3id Street
fjTork City, N.Y.
I required to serve a copy of
|#T to the I Mil of ComrBiInt
i on the ptatntirrs attorney,
N
IN
FLORIDA.
THE COUNTY JUDflE'S COURT
ANO FOR DADE COUiNTY,
IN WeOBATE
No. 42776-A
In RE: Estate of
BMTI.IE W. KBaJSEI.
I"*eeeaaed.
NOTftTB TO OREDITORS
To All Creditor- and All Persona Hav-
ing; Claim* or remand* Against Said
Estate:
Tou are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of EMII.IE W. KKBIs'EL
deceased hate of Had.- County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file frie same In their ofrJoes In
the Country Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty. Florida, within eight calendar
months from the date of the flrat pub-
lication hereof, or the same *UI be
barred.
ERNEST M. I.EHSIaNN
ExeotTtof.
EDWARD H, TERRY. Attorney
1U9 M.W. .%th itreet
Miami. VherMa.
b/M-*0, 6/6-11
LEGAL NOTICI
l^-TIlE-cmcU,T COURT OF THE
I^IVENTH JOOICrA-L,CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA fN AND 'FOR WfDS
COUNTY. IN CHANC-W?
_^ "N. 9aC
AHRAHXM I.EVINSON,
Plaintiff,
IilUJtt L-EVTNBON,
he'enMWnt.
m NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
TO: BI1.LEY LEVINSoN
12 S. Orchard Street
Madison, Wisconsin
?Of ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
serve ii copy df Tom n<*.i to the
complaint fr Divorce Bled agamst
1s^,;,a,^rre.f^r;htaih:B,,h:r;,,,n?: t^xs^a^uss^ zr.
lltti day of Jime. Wta. othei-wh a
Deree Pro Confess will be entereti
LlEMLWOTfCi
WTTrtME UNOB
FlCTlYKH/sj NAME WArW
NOTICE fs pflrfFRBY aIVEn that
fh.- umlersftinefl, rteslrlng to emntre In
^o-lnes- timler th.- fl
P*>IJE\TTJlKTr, JrJmWfW ft ABBO-
CIATKS at BW N.E. rth Street, Mi-
ami, Florid* Intvnd to ragrster said
name wlfh tile Cir-rk of the Circuit
Court of DnrtV Cmtntv. Florida.
VERNVR JOHNSON
FRrED1MA>J rtrTAPTRO
Attorneys for Apftltcanta
MHl
igalnat you,
Dut
ted thb. 5th day of May. IMS.
E p. LKATHERMAX, Clerk,
i'lrcult Cotlri, Da.le C'XMIty, Florida
(seal) By J>AN rTNBBDaTN
NOTICE UN OCR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (JIVKN that
the ilrulershtiicd, deslrlag to neal.- In
baslness under fb fidtltloua ism. ..f
Hl.l'E I.OTIS l.Of'Ncfe at N.W.
.rh Avemie latettds to reaHter said
narm- rlrh the Cl< rk of the Circuit
Caurt of Dade County, Florida
FrttWCESrC. RTfrrHgWS
. LEONARD KALISH'
dpi for Applicant
* BuPont Btdg., Miami, F!a.
5/l--0, f/t
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
MVnCB IB HEHElrY OlVirN that
the nntlerslgnxf, deslnfrg to engeBe In
business i-ii irr the flctitio-is iiatne f
Ihl/orlg'lnai'anaweV'in'th'e |H|H OKJ. M A^lfrM jWBBAljY
Clerk of the Circuit Curt \f** g^T, i,i..*??:iM_.,!!lLli?e?ll, Yi:
the :nli day of Jun.-. A.D.
IM THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IB ANO FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
Ne. 43514
In Re: EBTATE OF
ISAlMtRE STOI.KR. sometimes
known a.- 1SSADOR STOUiR,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Cre-lltor-. and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Sakl
Estate:
You, and each of you are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
|.--i.ii,, of 1SADORE STOr.ER, mme-
Itltnes known an ISSADOR STOLBR
'dec-eased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
nad H the same In their efflees in
the County Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty. Florida, within eight calendar
months from the date of the first pub-
n hereof, or the same will be
barred.
PlaWfH STOI.ER, Administratrix
of the Estate of Isadora Stoler,
sometimes known as Issador Stoler
MY KHS. H KIM AN KAPLAN
Attorneys, 1130 S.W. 1st Street
Miami, Florida
3/16-23-30, 6/1
NOTH* UNDER
FICTITIOUS -NAIWC LAW
NOTICE rS HEREBY fTrVRN fhat
BHe ht
_ name of.
CWARCOAL BUT. INC., at Mf Har-
ding Avenue In the 4*lty ot .Mmmi
Beach, Florida Intemle to re*later the
B1 name with the Clerk o'f th.
cult Court of Dan- County. FlorMei.
Dated at Matmi. Florida, tale Tin.
day df May, rM8.
94*9 HHrdlmj Avenue Corporation
______^ tA FtOrMtk Corporation i
STEPHEN 1., RlfSKIN
Attarnay for Applicant
Itll Alashry Bldg Miami K, Via.
5/lt-M-0. ^
lnten*hi to r^^i^te^
CATHEHMAN, Clerk of the
Court, L'U Count). I-
l A. CLEARE,
Deputy Clerk
Solicitor
I'HIEIUIAX
Id Bi.ig .Vluiml, Fla.
BOUNTY JUOES' COUHT
FOB OAOE COUNTY,
IN PROBATE.
Wb. 8TB A
PA IK OF
WilAUlM KAJtP
teased
IF INTENTION TO MAKB
WON FOR DISTRIBUTION
FINAL OIKHARQC
i Is hereby ajvcu Uail 1 have
Tial Repoli afid "Petition for
and Final Discharge as
Itor CTA of the estate of
jKarp. deceased: aa4 that
(day of June. 1S5H, will apply
Dnorable County J edges al
jlnty, Florida, for approval
n.il Report and for aistribu-
plnal discharge as such Ad-
CTA od the estate af th
ca. ertent. Thla ltd day
U.
QEonae chere.'*
jnlstiator CTA of the ValaM
Benjamin Karp, Deceased.
NOTICE UNDER
TITIOUS NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN that
signed, deetrhtg to angjage In
nnder the fictitious name of
MORTGAGE CO. at Ml-
Caunty, Florida Intends to
IU nama with tin dark of
lit Court of bade Bounty,
JULIAN BUCHBINDER
|* GRUBNFIELD
for Julian Buchblnder
10
IN THE CrRCUIT COURT CF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF
CLOR'DA IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY. IN CMANCEBY.
No. 8SC3t4M
VICTORIA BOVB,
Plaintiff,
vs.
LOC18 BOVE,
DafetMntm.
NOTICC BY PUBLICATION
TO: I.ol'I.v HOVE
c/o United Cigar Store
a Coouul eJtreel
Trov. New York
TOU AI4EHHEBTNOrrFIEDthat
a ComiHalnt for Divorce ha been filed
acalnst you. and yon are required to
*erv a copy af your aavwer or plead-
ing to the Complaint oa rhe PlaMtlffs
atrmtie^s ELI BREGER & HARVEY
J. ST. JEAN, ESQS IL'il Lincoln
Bead, stlaini Beaah, Florida, aad file
the orlghvil ajnawer or pUading m the
office of the Clerk oT the Circuit Court
im or before toa lUth day. of June,
IMS. B veu fall to do so, Juastnienl
by default vein he taken ktrhissR you
for the relief demanded In the Com-
T*ln. _
I siNK AND OBDERCD at Miami,
Florida, this 8th day of May, 8.
E. H. UATHHI.aaX. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
(seal) By R. H. RICE, JR..
Deputy Clerk
NOTICE UNDER
riTIOUS NAME LAW
IS HEREHV tJIVEN that
ilghed, il.siring to engage m
n AWNING SHUTTERS at
l5tlt Court, Hlareah. Ma.. In-
IreKlster said name with the
the Circuit Court of Dade
lorlda.
ItiDKltv mani;facturing
^MPABY INC.
(A Florida Corporation)
rJO
COUNTY JUOOEE' COURT
FOR DADE COUNTY,
IN PROBATE.
No. 43453-A
STATE ( IF
LNNIE beeres
Iceaaed
. TB OWEBITBW
rdltorg and All Peraone Hav-
er Demamla Aaiti*t Said
d aaok af yaa are hereby
ftml iei|ulred to present any
d demaaBa which jwt er
yuk ma*' have against the
LFannle Beeres deceased late
mnty. FlnrMa. to the llatl-
umy .ftidwes ft Thede County.
the hum In their offices In
ly Courlhouae In Dade Ce.ni-
tlii. within eaihi calendar
JhMH the iLite of the fk-st inib-
B'reuf. Said claims or de-
{ OMUatn Use leigal a Jint and to be sworn to ana
t h* aforesaid, or same will be
Section 733.16 uf the 1H45
krt.
sy -., A.D. 1968.
LUBNKR
lecuirlx of the F*et B'lll and
hient of Fkante Ueeres, De-
L. RUSKIN
la
Ifnr Executrix
10
5/16-23-SO, 6/*
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
Ne. 43642
la Re: BPTATE OF
ISAAC COHEN
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Agalnat Said
Batata: .
You. and each of you are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which yon, or
either of you, may have agafeut the
state of ISAAC CClHEN deceased
ISte of Dade County, Florida, to the
Honorable County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same ia their
office lu the Count*' Court house In
Dade County. Florida, within. eight
calendar months front the date of the
first irahrloarton hereof. Said claims
of demand* to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and-to be sworn
to and presented ns aforesaid, or same
will be barred. See Section 731.16 of
tho 1I3 Probate Act.
mi, uv 14. A.D. ll'-
"" cilARlJOTTE MILLER
As Executrix of the Last Will and
Testament of leiAAC COHBN, De-
(*('ilM4s*Ut BKvn
Mrt publication on May 16. 18j.
HRftfiEHT K. Kaufman
Attorney tor Executrix
IN THE COUNTY JVIDJES' COURT
IN ANO FOR OADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. lNNor>*?4'5ATE-
* ^tM^Va^ENBURCsBR
NOtTcb'1 TO CREDITOR*
To AM CredKora and .Jl '.?"> ^"Y:
Ing China r Demands Against bald
1:Yo!.'.re hereV *{*<* _"4 ~-
ouired to present any cl*lms aad de-
bH^-^hb^vUP
n Dade <\uaiy. Florida within elgh
calendar months from the dale o| th
nl-, publication heraaf, or the same
IU be *"S*irrrK l hk.uman.
Executrix.
R LKE Pi'rLAK. Attorney
RPri SB 5th Street
Miami 44. Florida
5/K-18-S0, 6/
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 58C3972
JOHN E. PEARMAN,
Plaintiff,
HHRMINK PEARMAN,
Dele-'' 'nt.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Hernilre I'eainian
Littleton,
' olorauo
Tou lb rmlne Pcarman are herchy
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 Pleading to me Bill
of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attor-
ney, BENJAMIN FOG EL. 43..J N W
7th Ave., Miami, Florida anil ."lie the
original Answer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the Clicult Court
on or before the 20th day of June,
IM*. If you fall to do : default will be taken against you for
the relief demanded >n the Bill of
Complaint.
This notice shall be pnblshed once
each week for four consec'Jtive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORrDtAN.
DONE AND ORDERED nt Miami.
Florida, this 12th day of Ma I, A D.
IMS.____
E. B, LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(seal) By JOAN RNEEDEN.
Deputy Clerk
BENJAMIN FOG EL
4333 N.W. 7th Ave.
Miami .17, Florida
Attornev for Plaintiff
5/16-23-30, 6/6
IN THE COUNTY JUDOES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
Ne. 4349*.a
In Re: ESTATE OF __
CBWuK F. LIVINGSTON, SR
a/k/a GEORGE F. LIVINGSTON
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To ATI 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 vou, may have agalnat the
estate of GEORGE F. LIVINGSTON,
SR a/k'a GEORGE F. LIVINGSTON
deoeased late of Mshonlng 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 name
will be barred.
RENA LIVINGSTON
t HARLES LIVINGSTON II .
GEORGE F. LIVINGSTON, .III
Ancillary Co-Executors
ARONOVITZ, ARONOV1TB K
IIAVKTtFlELD, Attorneys
7tt Sevbold Uufldlhg
Miami. Fl'Hlda
5/9-16-23-30
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEP.EHT GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
TENT CITY" and -CIVILIAN 1'" .ST
EXCHANGE" at J7!M KW. 7tfl
Street, Miami Intends to register said
name w+*h **ie Cferti *f Bve Olroeat
Court of Dade County, Mori da.
HVUIH.D SCBWJTEB
KoVNEB MANNHEIMEB
Bttornavi for UaroM Schecter
5V16-2J-W. f*
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MMB'S LAUNniii'MAT at 111
tree, Miami Reach, Florida Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
ALBERT COHEN and
MILTON B. COHEN
Co-Partners
5/16-23-30, 6/
i my, ml mmnt%
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA IN CHANCERY
No. MC3417
CHARLES ROSENGARTEN, LIL-
LIAN 8. ROSENGARTEN. SAM
MERLIN, FREDA K. SUBIN AND
BADE SAIXlMo.N.
Plaintiffs,
____ vs.
WHITEHART HOTEL. INC., a Flor-
ida Corporation, JULIUS G. JACOBS,
W. G MECHANIC and HILDA
MECHANIC,
Defendants.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
6UIT TO FORECLOSE MORTBAOE
TO: JtJLiCS G. JACOBS
7 KAST filth STREET
BROOKLYN 3. NEW YORK
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a Bill of Complaint to foreclose a
mortgage has been filed against you
on the following described real prop-
erty, to wlt:-
LOT 7 in BLOCK 115 of OCEAN
BEACH ADDITION NO. 4. (less the
Westerly 15 feet thereof, dedicated
for street purposes), according to
the Plat thereof, recorded in Plat
Book 3, at Page 151 of the Public
Records of Dade County, Florida,
together with all common law ripar-
ian rights appurtenant thereto; to-
Keihei- with Personal Property as
per Inventory attached and made a
part of the Bill of Complaint.
YOU ABE REQUIRED to file your
Answer or pleading In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court. Dade
Countv. Florida, on or before the 6th
day of June, IMS, and to serve n copy
of such Answer or pleading upon
AARON M. KAN.NEIt, Attorney for
the Plaintiffs, whose address Is. L'JS
Shoreland Building, Miami, Florida. If
you fail to do so, Judgment hy default
will be taken against you for the re-
lief demanded In the BUI of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for 4 consecutive weeks in
The Jewish Fhirldlan newspaper.
Done and Ordered at Miami, Dade
County. Florida, thhj 1st any of May.
A.D., 1958.
K. B. LKATHKHMAN. Clark of Mm.,
Circuit Court in and for Dade
County. Florida,
(seal) By: L. A. CLEARS.
Deputy Clerk.
/9-16-2*-30
fN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
BLEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
L<3*ftA. fN AND FOR DADE
COLfNTY. FLOBIDA IN CHANCERY
feOTICE BY BUBLICATION
Ne. seCSaal .
FAST LOAN CO,
a Florida corporation. ,
vs. i
CIJFKORD A. HALL and
MART L. HALL.
Jointly and Severally, ...__
SUIT FOR FORECLOSURE
OF MORTGAGE
TO: CLIFFORD A. HALL
c/o Jack Parker
You CLIFFORD A. HALL, c/o Tacit
Parker, 961 W, 48th St., Miami Beach,
Fla., and MARY L. HALL, Maple Hill
Orcaurea, Be* W. WatervBat, Mich-
igan, are hereby notified fhat a Corn-
plaiat to Forecanee Chattel MerfgaBe
has been filed against you, and you
are required to serve a copy of your
Answer or Pleading to the B1H qf
Complaint on the plaintiff's Aftorner,
GENET & GENET, 420 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beaoh. Florida, aad fUe the
original Answer or Pleading Ta the of-
fice of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 10th day of June,
1958. If you fall to do so. Judgment by
default will be taken against you for
the relief demanded In the Bill of
Complaint. ... ,
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 5th day of May, A.D.
T B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida,
(seal) By: R. H. RICE, JR.,
Deputy Clerk
GF.NET GENET
Attorneys for Plaintiff
?^'i Lincoln K.I.. Miami Beach. Fla.
5/9-T6-73-30
ACE PLASTIC MATERIALS at
N w :;7th Avenue. Mfawii. 1
County, Florida, intend to reg-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business nnder the fictlfk.ua name of
MATERIALS at 5541
TWtdt-
raglMer
aald name with the Clerk of the Clr-
eult Court of Dude Cntrhty. Florida.
J. F. LAZARUS
ALBERT GRBHNBLATT
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Ace Plastic Materials
22 Seybold Bnildiug
Miami 32, Florida.
1/9-16-23-30 __
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 56X850
MA1MOR1E D. BRAZZEL,
Plaintiff,
vs.
BERNIE A. BRAZZEL.
I lefendant.
NOTICE TO DEFEND
TO: BERNIE A BRAZZEL
YORK HOTEL ____
INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA
c'o Aero Mayflower Transit Co.
Van No. frtKI
863 Massachusetts Avemie
liuiiaiuuiolls, Indiana__ __
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a BW of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you. BBRNIB
A. BRAHEEL, and you are hereby re-
quired to serve a cony of your answer
to the Bill of Complaint on plaintiff's
attorney, and file the original answer
In the offloe of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before June 23, 1958.
in default of Which the Bill of Com-
plaint will be taken as confesse*
against you.
Dated: May I. 19S*.______
E. B LEATHERMAN.
Ch?rk of Circuit Court
(seal) I- A CLEARE.
Deputy Clerk.
HAROIJ5 B. WPAET, EBO..
Attorney for Plaintiff
411 Uncoln Road
Miami BenCh, Florida
:, LM-30. 8/9-M________________ ^
NOTICE BY PUBLICATtON
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN ANO FOR DAW
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. S8C3794
ELINOR Lr* MLTrPHY,
Plaintiff,
va.
CLYDE W MURPHY.
Defendant.
EUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO:CLYDE W. MURPHY
Hill Koad
.Vlnnelka, Illinois
You are aareM n.....led thnt a Bill of
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are re>|uire4l to
serve a copv of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the" BUI of Complaint on the
Plaintiffs Attorney, SOL AI-EXAN-
DER. 1102 Cornrreee Building, Biaml
32, Florida And ffl* the original An-
swer or Pleading in the office of the
Clerk of I he Circuit Court on or before
taken agafnat you for the relief *>
mnndeil In the Bill of Complaint.
ThlB notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLoRIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at '
Florida, this tith day of May, A.D..
1958.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
circuit Court, Dade Cow
.-, al) B) : JOAN SNEEDEN
Deputy Clerk.
5/9-16,-23-30
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
,N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
CiiVCNTH J4JOICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 58CWW
EVE I YN M. SHOCBE,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ROBERT EDWIN STfOUSE.
Defendant.
UIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ROBERT EDWIN SHOU8E
Route 4, P.O. Box 476
Winston Salem, North Carolina
You are hereby notified that a Com-
plaint for Divorce lias la-en filed)
milmi you, and yna are required to
!eni n op> of vour Answer or Plead-
ing to I!,. Complaint on the plaintiff*
Attorney. JOSEPH PARDo, 309 ln-
dustrtsl Bank Bldg., Mimni Fla., an*
ffle the original Answer or Pleading lit
the office of the Clerk of.the Circuit
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board danas: Lestor Lasfcy. principal; and
Dr. Joseph Hnrwitx. teacner.
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for servmg the religious and mor-
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I...SOCIAUJE
Birth Daie ... Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Rosen-
berg, of 2108 SW 26th at., are beaming over a so"
Jordan Scott, who made his appearance May 19
at Doctora Hospital Just in time to be a grad-
uation present for Stan, who picks up his degree
from the University of Miami June 12 .
Madelyns parents are Mr. and Mrs Henry
I Berg, of 2385 SW 19th ter. Dr. and Mrs. Marvin Rosenberg
rf Cleveland, are Stan'a parents, and came down for the bris
e
judx* and Mrs. Sjn> Silver, Just back from their six.-week> tour
L Europe and Israel, dropped in on A. Finley Binder and his wife.
[ during their stsy In Israel Ray, by the way, is the sister
I of Fred K Shochet, publisher of The Jewish Floridian.
Maurice Furman is expected to return from Spain soon
\va wile, Sari, U already in New York waiting for him After a
Ireunion, she'll go on to Cleveland, while Maurice flies back to
IKitmi.
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Big doings on for Sunday night at the Americana, when Fed-
[eritioo celebrates its 20th birthday .. Wivea of Federation officers
will lend an air of glamour and excitement to the gala reception
preceding the dinner meeting ... 18 wives will act as "Hostesses
I of Honor" at the reception in the Grand Ballroom .
Lillian (Mrs. Samuel) Simoohoff is chairman of hostesses, who
[include Martha (Mrs. Stanley C.) Myers, Hazel (Mrs. Irving) Cy-
een. Mickey (Mrs. Benjamin B.) Rosenberg, Esther (Mrs. Carl)
Weinkle. Melanie (Mrs. Harold) Ttiurman, and Shirley (Mrs. Sam
J.) Heiman Also the Mesdames Sam Blank, Aaron M. Kanner,
Sim C. Levenson, Sbepard Broad, John Serbin, Morris Goodman,
'Arnold Seeder, Leo Chaikin, Sidney Lefeourt, Milton Friedman,
Leo Eisenstein and Arnold Perlstein .
The-e gals were all startled last week by a ring at their door
.,. They opened them to a handsome young man, bearing two gifts
(beware of young men bearing gifts!)a hand-engraved invitation
to act as hostess of honor at the big affair, and, with the invitation,
a single, long-stemmed, perfect (we assume) red rose! .
No one, but no one, refused, Lillian reported.

The showers haven't all been wet ones This Sunday will
bring a kitchen shower at the Carillon hotel, honoring bride-to-be
Arlene Tarshis Arlene, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Chasin,
will wed Warner S. Mitchell, son of the Ellrud R. Mitchells, of
Miami Beach on June 10 at the Eden Roc .
The shower hostesses are her bridal attendants, Dorene Brody,
Marilyn Kazlow and Judy Mitchell, Warner's sister.

Capt. Lewis J. Kurlan, director and treasurer of American
Savings Building and Loan Assn. of Miami Beach, at 1855 Wash-
ington ave, left recently on an extended South American business
trip He plans to get to Peru, Equador,and Columbia Capt.
Kurlan is also secretary-treasurer of Seaboard Aircraft Corp. of
Miami.
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Ten years of executive directorship with Greater Miami syn-
agogues came to an end when Jerome Gordon, now with North
Shore Jewish Center, leaves Sunday to assume a director's post at
Temple B'rith Kodesh in Rochester, N.Y. .
Spiritual leader there is the noted Rabbi Phillip Bernstein,
author of the recently-appearing "What Jews Believe" in Life
Magazine .
Prior to his post at North Shore, Jerry was with Temple
Emanu-El and Beth David Synagogue .
Mrs. Abraham Kasow Mrs. Sanford Jacobson, Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Gadon. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Kurwzeil and Dr. and Mrs.
Emanuci Schon were hostesses at parties here during the past
weeks to say goodbye to Jerry and wife Florence .
North Shore will wish the couple farewell at a dinner at
Michelc's restaurant Wednesday .
Although Jerry leaves Sunday, Florence remains briefly behind
to wind up affairs here. She and their moppets, Elise, Marc and
Hobbiu, will foUow shdrtly.
A luncheon in the Scheherazade room of the Algiers hotel last
week was hostessed by Mrs. Samuel A. Wagner. 555 W. 50th st., in
nonor of daughter-in-law Pauline (Mrs. Seymour).Wagner, of Chi-
c,8o The new Mrs. Wagner was introduced to some 15 friends
of the hostess from Miami Beach, where she and bridegroom Sey-
mour are now making their home.
Speaking of luncheons at the Algiers: A Bon Voyage fete was
ven in honor of Beulah (Mrs. Jacob D.) Davis on May 17 Hos-
tess was Mrs. Nathan Bovarnick, who welcomed Mrs. Harry Webb,
*f. William Agranove, Mrs. Mollie Janoff, Mrs. Ruth Alter, Mrs.
My I-rand and Mrs. Lillian Paul among the guests .
Beulah, president of the I. R. Goodman group of the Miami
J*ch chapter of Hadaasab, and recording secretary of the Jewish
National Fund Council of Greater Miami, will tour the continent
for ten weeks.
By the way, guests at the Federation fete Sunday night will be
'"ted to an original "Federation Revue," set to popular music
: According to Miriam Sirkin, the exact nature of the parodies
tt. emg kept a deep, dark secret as a surprise feature of the eve-
n">gs entertainment .
Providing the lighter moments will be Mrs. George Graham.
who. along with her husband, Dr. George, are chairmen of the
.'eaeration Leadership Institute, and have been most active with
| Combined Jewiah Appeal And Judge Milton Friedman, a
ong time Federation workersince 1938, in fact.
**** ...
Anne and Morris Alpert, formerly of 3930 N. Meridian ave.,
"eently sold their home and moved into one of those new co-ops.
W2U East dr.. North Bay Village Morris gave Anne a free
'm' w>th the decorating "Surprise me," he said ... So Anne
gOl busy _
Before moving in, she arranged a "preview" in the form of a
*"nch for her whole family, and wrote special verses for the occa-
l1"" The Alperts also celebrated their 40th anniversary a
""le while ago The parents were honored at a dinner dance
t Westview Country Club, given by their children. Milton and
jvelyn Nussbaum, Robert and Ruth Merrit, and R. Zane and Carol
Alpert.
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Miami, Florida. Friday, May 30. 1958"
Section B
They're Simple and Direct in Approach... Let's Get Married
Ada Gordon and Robert Buslow
were married here on May 18 and
they've got B'nai B'rith to thank
for it.
About two years ago. a number
of B nai B'nth members gathered
here to do something about im-
proving the social life of the organ-
ization's unattached men and wo-
men in the 30-and-over age brack-
Their deliberations gave rise
to th B'nai B'rith Social Coun-
cil. From it* handful of charter
members. Council has tinco
Brown to e roster of some 150.
In the first year of its life, 12
happy couples met and were mar-
ried as a result of their member-
ship in the organization. Ada Gor-
don's and Bob Buslow's was one
of the current year's happy court-
ships.
B'nai B'rith Social Council meets
regularly twice a month for In-
formal dances and beach parties.
During the summer season, boat-
rides, barbecues and other outdoor
activities are added to the organi-
k lt _.___^^^MfHaVeVkVUi' .mt.~>. .---
Lending a touch of glamour to final arrangements for 20th
annual dinner meeting of Greater Miami Jewish Federation
are hostesses Mrs. John Serbin (left) and Mrs. Irving Cypen,
shown conferring with Lawrence Tisch, owner of Americana
hotel. Hotelman will attend anniversary event along with a
host of other prominent business arid welfare leaders.
Labor Zionist Assembly Increases Goal
As Plans Solidify for Gershom Visit
An increased objective of 20
housing units representing an
investment of $00,000 in State of
Israel Bonds has been accepted
by the Labor Zionist Assembly of
Greater Miami, according to an
announcement by Joshua Stadlan.
acting chairman of the Assembly.
Last year's quota was $45,000
in Israel Bonds. 15 housing units.
Stadlan reported in announcing fi-
nal details for Saturday's supper-
snack, to be held in the Sky room
of the Dupont Tarleton hotel.
The event, under auspices of
the Labor Zionist Assembly, will
Miami Chapter
Sets Orientation
The Miami chapter of Hadassah
will hold its first meeting of the
new year Monday, 10 a.m., at Beth
David Auditorium. Mrs. Gerald P.
Soltz, president, will officiate.
All board members of the 10
groups of Hadassah in the Miami
area are invited to attend. Follow-
ing lunch, chapter coordinators
will hold orientation workshops
with group chairmen.
Among those conducting work-
shops will be Mrs. Yaakov Rosen-
berg, education; Mrs. Bernard
Supworth. American affairs; Mrs.
Emanuel Seitlin. fund-raiiing; Mrs.
Phil Schiff. membership; Mrs. Sey-
mour Schulner. donor; Mrs. Geor.e
Simon, program; Mrs. Louis
Schwartzman. Zionist youth activ-
ities- Mrs. Ann Jacobs, publicity:
Mrs. Manuel Burstein. Israel
Bonds; Mrs. Norman Remnant
and Mrs. Harold Reinhard. hospi-
tality kitsnational convention.
The Miami chapter of Hadassah
now maintains an office at 145 Al-
meria. Coral Gables.
Mrs. Homer Rievman and Mrs
Arthur Herschbein are in charge
of arrangements for the day.
State of Israel on its tenth anni-
bo in the form of a Salute to the
vorsary, and featured on the
program will be Molly Picon in
a soecial entertainment selection
designed for the occasion.
Israeli leader Col. Abraham
Yoffe will be guest speaker. Col.
Yofte is making a special trip to
Miami for the occasion.
On the heels of successful re-
ceptions sponsored by the State of
Israel Bonds Organization and fea-
turing Miss Marilyn Cantor, daugh-
ter of Eddie Cantor, plans are be-
ing finalized for reception of Col.
Shoshanna Gershom, commander
of the Women's Army of Israel,
who will visit here June 8 and 9.
On June 8, Col. Gershom will
be received at a champagne
breakfast in the home of Mrs.
Samuel Oritt, 810 Lakeview dr.,
Miami Beach. In the afternoon,
he will be guest of honor at a
cocktail party in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Stevens,
6190 Montgomery dr., South Mi-
ami.
Appropriately, Col. Gershom will
award Chen bracelets and charms
to women's division members at
a Chen luncheon to be held at the
Carillon hotel, Monday. June 9, at
noon.
George Jessel, noted comedian,
on Thursday of this week was to
tender a cocktail party at his suite
at the Fontainebleau hotel on be-
half of the State of Israel Bond Or-
ganization.
Alembersliip Splash Party
Naomi group of Hadassah will
hold a membership splash party
Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Al-
fred Reich 6003 SW 59th st. Mrs.
Gerald Soltz. Greater Miami chap-
ter president, will be guest speak-
er.
zation's activities.
"The only qualification fee
membership is to be over 30
years ef ago. single and of good
character," president Harry
Woolf explains. And Council
makes no bones about it. "All
money received is spent for en-
tertainment of our members."
And entertainment means mak-
ing it seem lovely for young men
and women to get together, fall in
love and exchange vows of marri-
age.
Women's Chamber
Division to Install
Officers Tuesday
Newly elected officers of the
Women's Division of the Chamber
of Commerce of Surfside, Bal Har-
bour and Bay Harbor Islands will
be installed Tuesday noon at the
Beau Rivage hotel in Bal Harbour.
Succeeding founder Mrs. Benja-
min A. Gladwin as president, who
has been elected honorary founder
president, will be Mrs. Lou Cole,
of 1297 102nd St., Bay Harbour
Islands.
Other officers being installed by
Rev. John Lawrence Yenches, of
the Church By the Sea, will be the
Mesdames George Valentine, ex-
ecutive-vice president; Irving Spi-
er, William Maxwell, William Witt,
Sam Richmond, W. P. Edwards,
Harry Rosen, vice presidents; Al
Levine. treasurer; Mildred Spen-
cer, recording secretary; Arthur
Leibell, corresponding secretary;
A. Gordon, financial secretary; and
Beulah Butler, parliamentarian.
Mrs Anna Brenner Meyers, re-
cently named "Outstanding Wom-
an of Dade County," will be speak-
er of the day.
The third annual installation
marks the inauguration of the Tri-
Community Library, which has
been the major project during the
past year of the 300-member or-
ganization. Mrs. William Maxwell
is chairman, and Mrs. Irving Spier
co-chairman.
Shown finalizing plans for
visit here June 8 and 9 of Ccl.
Shoshanna Gershom, com-
mander of Chen. Women's
Army of Israel, are (seated)
Mrs. Samuel Oritt, who will
receive Col. Gershom at a
champagne breakfast in her
home, Mrs. Max Weitz, chair-
man of Sponsors, spring
activities. Looking on is Mrs.
William Yanowitz.


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Here's Wonderful Heinz Kosher Way
Here is a recipe for a noodle dish
to perk up jaded appetities from
the home economics department of
H. J. Heinz Company, food friend
of the Kosher homemaker and pro-
ducer of many dependably (f)
Kosher prepared foods made un-
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the Union of Orthodox Jewish Con-
gregations of America.
Noodle rintf with asparagus is a
tas'y dairy' dish with plenty or
solid nourishment. You will need:
3 cups medium noodles
Workmen's Circle
Marks Anniversary
Fortieth anniversary of the
Workmen's Circle school move-
ment will be marked at a concert
Sunday. 8 p.m.. a' th > Workmen's
Circle Center, 25 Washington ave.
Participating in the program will
be the Workmen's Circle Choru
under the direction of Abraham
Ifaiduck. a string ensemble of he
Miami Beach Civic Orchestra, Yid-
dish folk singers, and a dramatic
scene by pupils of the Workmen's
circle Peretx School.
The anniversary celebration is
sponsored by the Workmen's Cir-
cle organizations of Greater Mi-
ami. The Peretz School. 1545 SW
3rd st., Miami, is affiliated witb the
Bureau of Jewish Education here.
1 can Heinz | Condensed Cream
of Celery Soup
1' 2 cops grates] Kosher
American cheese
-s tap salt
3 eggs slightly beaten
*-j isp paprika
1-8 Up white pepper
Do not dilate the soup. Heat oven
to 350 degrees (moderate). Cook
noodles in boiling salted water un-
til tender, then drain. Combine
soup, cheese, paprika and salt in a
saucepan. Heat and stir occasion-
ally until the cheese is melted.
Mix the oheese mixture gently
with the eggs and noodles. Pour
into a one-quart greased ring
mold. Set mold in a pan of warm
water and bake 49 minutes or un-
til a knife inserted in the
cent er comes out clean. Let stand
ten minutes before unmolding. Fill
the center with cooked, buttered
asparagus tips. Makes six to eight
servings.
Yeshiva Honors
M:ami Aides
F.leven reaadcntl f the Greater
Miami area witt be honored by Ya-
ahtva Universits- Sunday. June 8,
at special cesanoaaM dnilpitlng
facfl ties in tti? university's $1,-
500 0*1 M*ns Residence Hail, to be
In 11 a1 'he balding site.
They are Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Carey, 1323 N. Bisca>ne pt. rd.,
Miami; Mrs. Nellie C. King. 1246
Alton rd.. Mi?mi Beach; Mr. and
Mrs. Leo Rohinson. 4430 Pinrtree
dr., aicjni Beach: Louis E. Wolf-
son. 5S80 N. Bay rd.. Miami Baach:
PjuI Ri.iune.r, 4030 NW 8th si-
Miami.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Russell, 52
Shore dr. W.. Miami; Mr. and Mrs.
Chattel Silvers. 64 N. Bay rd., Mi-
ami Beach: Mr. and Mrs. Harry
N. Schwartz, 3808 Flamingo dr.. Mi-
ami Beach; Mr. and Mrs. Nat Wolf,
Lakeland: Mr. and Mrs. William
Kline. Hialeai; and Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Cohen. Hialeah.
They win be presented with a
Patron's Certificate, awarded to
individuals who have contributed
funds for dedication of rooms and
alhar facilities is the new dormi-
The ceremonies, wfeicn wilt be
attended by many civic, educa-
tional and religious leaden, will
feature addresses by Stanley R.
Brett. New York investment build-
er, and chairman of the event, and
Ira Guilden, chairman of the beard
of the Trade Bank and Trust Com-
pany of New York, and will mark
another step in the completion of
the development of a new campus
area at the university's main een-
ter in the Washin on Heights sec-
tion of Manhattan.
Irving Hoffman, Miami Beach realtor, makes denation to gen.
eral fund of North Shore chapter, B'nai B"rith Women, at cW
ter's recent installation affair at Barcelona hotel. Left it Ma
George Baltuah, former Florida chairman oi B'nai B'rilh W;.
men. Right in Mr*. Arthur Newmaik, chapter president
Youthful Virtuoso To Give Recited
Party Marks
First Anniversary
May 21 marked the first anni-
versary of the openinc of Bikur
( holim Kosher Convalescent Home
at 310 Collins ave.
A "Mother's Day" parv cele-
brated the anniversary event at
the Algiers hotel.
Mrs. Edward Klkin. president,
was master of ceremonies. Mrs.
Joseph Kost'rjn acted a* program
chairman. 0MM 'he invocation
was Mrs. Morris Dubier
Musical program was offered h\
Mrs. Kosstrin and Mrs. Sonia
Weiss Mrs. Sarah MsHtin enter-
tained with several recitations.
Current project at the Keener
Convalescent Home hi the installs
don of an elevator far residents.
The organization meets again
Jane 18 at the Algiers hotel
Post Chiefs Get
Recognition Here
Past chiefs of Roose\ elt Temple
33, Pythian Sisters, received spe-
cial recognition at a regular meet-
ing last week at Dora August Hall.
Past chiefs who assumed sta-
tions of regular officers and con-
ducted the business of the meeting
were the Mesdames Manny Rudes.
most excellent chief; Lou Pomer-
;mi/, sitting past chiei; Arthur
Robinson, senior; Leo Katz, junior;
William Kalinan. manager; Max
Ackerman, secretary; Adolph
Rathline. treasurer; Nat Sanders,
protector: and Roy Graham guard.
Included on the agenda of the
evening was a memorial service
for departed Sisters.
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m
Familiar
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and
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The bookht will he ttnt to rea
upon writing to
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ScWanhips Available
National Council of Jewish Wo-
men this week announced its an-
nual loan scholarships for under
graduate study at the University
of Miami to any deserving student
who has resided in Dade county
for at least two years and is a
graduate of a Dade county high
school. f\ phcants may apply to
Mr- Sidney Weintraub, scholar-
ship chairman. 3030 Brickell ave.,
Miami, Fla.
Rabbi's Daughters
In Top Positions
Two daughters of a Miami Beach
spiritual leader were last week in-
stalled to ton posts as officers of
the Future Nurse Club of Miami
Beach High School.
They are Rochetle and Joyce
Stern, whose father is Rabbi Tibor
Stern, of Beth Jacob Congrega-
tion.
Rochelle was installed president
of the club. Joyce assumed the of-
fice of treasurer.
Other officers are Sherry Koni-
ver, vice president; Leslie Zebitz.
recording secretary; Ronnie Fodi-
man. corresponding secretary;
Barbara Kessler. historian; Bonnie
Salomon, chaplain; and Elaine
Ellins. parliamentarian.
Installing officer for the cere-
mony at Miami Beach High School
cafeteria was Mrs. Carmen F.
Ross, director of Nurses at Mt. Si-
nai Hospital. Faculty advisor to
the group is Mrs. Louise Glass.
Dade County Medical Auxiliary
sponsors are Mrs. Victor H. Kugel
and Mrs. Randoph Shevach. The
Future Nurse Club was organized
by Mrs. Shevach in 1955 and is one
of 12 clubs sponsored by the Wo-
men's Auxiliary of :he Dade Coun-
ty Medical Assn.
Eleven-year-old pianist Janice
Feld will appear in her own recital
Friday evening at the Miami Con-
servatory, 2973 Coral Way.
Janice, twice spelling champion
of Coral Way Elementary School,
has been winning awards in piano
since the age of 8. when she was
the youngest entrant to receive a
superior rating in the district fes-
tival sponsored by the National
Federation of Music Clubs.
In this year's festival she was
again the youngest to win superior
ratings in the concerto and musi-
cally advanced classifications. Re-
cently the young musician was de-
clared a winner in the junior art-
ists auditions held by the Miami
Music Club, i
On Friday evening, the sixth-
grader, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Max P. Feld. 1655 SW 19th ter..
will be presented by Cyrus Ulliaa,
of Ft. Laudnrdale, who will accom-
pany his pupil on a piano, plaving
the complete Mendelssohn G minor
Concerto.
The program will include a
group of Chopin Etudes, the Beet-
hoven Sonata in G major, the
Weber Rondo in E flat major, and
selections by Bach, Bartok and
Copland.
Janice alee studies hsrmonr at
composition with Prof. Frefcrir
Youngfelt, of the University of 16
ami school of music
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Asnufff Donor Luncheon
North Dade chapter of the Jew-
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(Tnldren is holding its first annual
donor luncheon Saturdav in the
Paladium room of the Eden Roc
hotel. The home, in Denver, Colo.,
j is non-sectarian and has helped
many asthmatic children, from all
walks oi life, to a healthier adult-
hood. Entertainment will be offer-
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she will be accompanied by Anyu-
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ridav, May 30, 1958
irn College Will
raduate 1st Class
jfEW YORK "Stern College
Month," a series of special
iytnts slated through June 19,
herald the first commence-
l of Yeshiva University's Stern
.;c for Women, the nation's
'liberal art6 college for wo-
under Jewish auspices.
ir pioneer graduating class, 26
umber, represents eight states
Canada. The students will re-
t their diplomas at the
uva University commencement
18- ~^, .
k highliht of the Stem Col-
Month colobration was the
it by Mrs. Eloanor Roo*evlf,
o revived a great American
difioo the "Fireside Chat."
Thursday she mot with mom-
's of the graduating class for
informal discussion on the
(future rolo of woman in U.S.
I society-
Other projected activities are:
e A forum sponsored by Yeshiva
University's Women's Organization
June 4. Prominent women leaders
rom various fields will discuss
ijew Vistas for American Wo-
Den."
A special public exhibit,
^Highlights of Jewish Contribu-
ons to the World's Music," ar-
ranged by Ruth Kisch-Arndt, pro-
lessor of music at Stern College.
A "Stern College Dinner" on
lune 18 at the Hotel Plaza, Man-
hattan, in honor of the senior class
End Max Stern, prominent New
fork industrialist, whose gift of
0.000 made possible the estab-
lishment of the college. Stern,
President of Hartz Mountain Pro-
ducts and a noted communal lead-
in New York, donated the funds
i memory of his parents, Emanuel
ind Caroline Stern.
Stern College for Women was
treated to meet a vital need in the
Reld of educationthe need to pro-
vide the present and future gener-
ations of Jewish women with a
knowledge of Jewish learning to
complement their general aca-
pemic training.
Jewish fhrkilan
3-B
Cftesed She/ Ernes *
Sisterhood Chesed Shel Ernes
will meet Monday, 1 p.m., at Beth
El Congregation, Mrs. Israel Gold-
berg, president, announced. Nom-
ination and election of officers for
the coming year will be the order
of business.
Left is Wrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, who held a
"Fireside Chat" with qraduating seniors. Right
is senior Sura Katz, who examines first St'rn
*** SHOPPING AROUND
WITH
o*^.
Mrs. Meyer
Installed Here
Kadimah chapter of Pioneer Wo-
men held installation uLjicw offi-
cers last week in the Garden
restaurant.
Mrs. Albert Berson installed Mrs.
tablishment of college, and Dr. Samuel BelklnT ^^ ***" as President-
Other officers are Mrs. Marvin
Copenhagen and Mrs. Fred Black-
er, vice presidents; Mrs. Gertrude
Berger and Mrs. Gertrude Bren-
n e n corresponding secretaries;
Mrs. Milton Kcssler. recording sec-
retary; and Mrs. M. A. Kleinman,
treasurer.
Elected board members include
the Mesdames Dave Meltzer, Al
Berson, Bernard Kanter. M. Irma,
K. Kalman, H. Selcer, Jacob Weiss,
and L. Slver.
College diploma. Looking on are (left) Max
Yeshiva University president.
teachers to Elect Officers
Greater Miami Hebrew Teachers
&ssn. will meet to elect officers
Friday, 11 a.m., at Kneseth Israel
Congregation.
At a recent convention of news-
paper food editors, a home econo-
mist gave a lecture oh the social
and economic changes wrought in
the home during the last half cen
tury and came up with some
mighty nice things about the man
of the house.
More men are doing work in the
home, he declared. He didn't mean
things like gardening, or carpen-
try, or putting down the linoleum
tasks which were always the
man's prerogative. More men are
now baby-sitting, helping with the
cooking and washing the dishes, do-
ing the laundry and house clean-
ing.
More men are brewing their own
coffee, too, we can add from our
own experience, either for them-
selves or for the entire family.
Maxwell House Coffee, of course,
or instant Maxwell House. For
they are favorites in millions of
homes for their wonderful taste
and flavor. Maxwell House coffees
are Kosher and parve and produ-
ced under the supervision of an
Orthodox rabbi.
The home economics authority
and the overall changing condi-
tions of our lives. For example,
more women are holding jobs,
thus leaving them less time for
Still another reason, one that has
the things which were formerly
exclusively her domain.
As a consequence, the husband
very of.en feels that he wants to
help out Another reason is the
shorter work week for both men
and women, thus leaving more lei-
sure time for spending at home,
strengthened the male inclination
to engage in culinary experiments,
is the development of a host of
instant products and the ever-in-
creasing number of easy-to-make
recipes.
Mrs. Hirsch Leads
Beth Sholom PTA
Mrs. Samuel J. Hirsch, of 3325
Pine Tree dr., was elected presi-
dent of the PTA of Temple Beth
Sholom at a recent meeting.
Mrs. Hirsch came to Miami
Beach four years ago from New-
ark, N. J. She was corresponding
secretary of the PTA for I'.ie year
1957-58. is on the board of the PTA
of North Miami Beach Elementary
School and is a member of the
Opti-Mrs. Club of Miami Beach,
Prior to her marriage, she work-
ed as an efficiency expert for the
United States Navy.
Elected to serve with Mrs.
Hirsch are the Mesdames Eugene
Weine, Wolfie Cohen, Marvin Meit-
us, David Drucker. vice presidents;
Al Goldman, correspondi\g secre-
tary; Laurence Tisch, recording
secretary; Robert Goodman, treas-
urer for PTA, Mrs. Arnold Gott-
I fried, treasurer for Keren Ami.
Sydney J. Greenberg is educa-
I tional director of Beth Sholom's
I religious school, and Rabbi Leon
Chairmen in charge of arrange-
ments were Mrs. Jacob Raffel and
Mrs. Marvin Copenhagen.
Young Adults \
Meet in Gables
A young adult theatre party was
to be sponsored by the Maccabees,
Temple Beth Sholom young adult
group, Thursday evening at Studio
M, with "The Rope" presented by
Studio M Players.
Sam Soldinger, president of the
group, was to be in charge of res-
ervations and transportation.
Next general meeting, to which
: all young adults between the agea
of 18 and 35 are invited, will take
place Thursday evening, June 5,
at Temple Beth Sholom. David
Kleinman and Gene Klein are pro-
gram co-chairmen. Highlight of
'hypnotism and a dance exhibition.
explained this change on the basis Sternshein. Sol Stokol, and M i s s
of the changing role of the woman' Bebe Zilber.
Beth David Choir
Honored Fridav Cvenino
Beth David Choir was honored j Kronish is spiritual leader of the'evening will be a demonstration in
Friday during evening services. \ eongregation
Directed by Albert Sussman, the
choir includes Norbert Artzt, Mrs.
Benno Bloom. Miss Lois Friedland,
Mrs. David Katz, Joseph Ossip,
Mrs. Max Reizner, Mrs. Rose
Schreidell. Mrs. Ceil Segal. Lewis
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I-1
She Keeps Promise;
Bequest Honors Her
Husband's Memory
Mrs. Dora Rosenberg, of Miami,
has kept her promise to her late
husband. Isidore Rosenberg, in-
turning over a substantial sum of
money to the Jewish National
Fund for the purpose of establish-
ing a Naehibt in Israel which will
be known as the Isidore and Dora
Rosenberg N'achlat.
On the entrance to tV Nachlat
will also be inscribed the names of
the- parents of Isidore Ro*e.l>oi'.
whose memories he cherished
while he was a rive. The Nachlat
will be established in (he Greater
Miami Village, a project sponsored
by the .INF Council of Greater
Miami and for w*iieh funds were
raised at the Council's third annual
JNF dinner last December.
"Mrs. Rosenberg, by her out-
standing, generous jvsturo, has
manifested her love for Israel and
her faith in the future of the Jew-
ish State and the Jewish people."'
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Council
President, revealed Wednesday. I
"In celebration of the tenth anni-'
versary of Israel's Independence.!
she has also established a Life
Estate on behalf of Jewish Naticn-
al Fund that enables the JNF to
start immediately on the Nachlat
project
"The late Isidore Rosenberg was
a dedicated Zionist. To keep faith,
with the wishes of her husband,
who during his lifetime often ex-
pressed a desire to visit Israel.
Mrs. Rosenberg felt that the next
best thing she could do was to per-1
petuate bis name by making a be-. JltQ&CI SCIiOOl
quest to Jewish National Fund
and establishing the Isidore and
Dora Rosenberg Nachlat."
___. ... Religious school of Temple Ju
The knowledge that desert land dea heId an award ^^^y Wed.
will be reclaimed, that trees will ncsd as a ,ude ,0 ^ -
be planted, that men and womer. of 9chottl Junc ,
will plow and work the land, that;
they will raise fruit and vegetables
to sustain themselves and help the
Mrs. Dora Rosenberg Is congratulated on her
bequest to Jewish National Fund. Looking on
are (left to tight) Daniel Bread, honorary pres-
ident. JNF Council of Greater Miami; Dr. Zsv
Kogan, emcutlve director; Sol Goldman, vice
president; Nathan Ginsberg and Isidore Rod-
rfian, long-time friends of Mrs. Rosenberg and
her late husband, Isidore, in whese flam* be-
quest was made.
Cesses fo Continue
Harmony Class conducted by
Mm. Hilda Steuerman will con
tinue Wednesday evening sessions
through the month of June at the
Miami Public Library. Anyone who
has a thorough knowledge of treble
and bass notes is welcome to at-
tend these classes in chord con-
struction.
Awards Children
PTA of the school, headed by
I Mrs. Charles Rosenberg as pre si
i ii Mian +t i +**t flwjT-gsar?1!?.11" f'f #" > ******
also serve as guardians in a chain
of defense workers villages which
JNF is establishing along Israel's
borders, is the finest tribute that
can possibly be given to asy one,"
Rabbi Abramowitz said.
30 Years Ago this Week
PREDICTION: The Union for
Combatting Anti-Semitism in Ger-
many, a Don-Jewish organization,
earned this week in Berlin that
children in studies and extra-cur-
ricular activities of choir and safe-
ty patrol.
Honor certificates were presen-
ted by Benjamin Udoff. education-
al director, and Mrs. Victor Reiter.
chairman of the education commit-
tee, to children with excellent at-
tendance and participation in stud
ies and activities.
Blessing of the children was giv-
en by Rabbi Morris A Skop, spir-
Germans could only hurt their i,l!al 'ea,der of,,he Jpmple Sunday
country by using anti-Semitism as
an issue in a current election cam-
paign. The organization said:
"Hatred, pogroms, desecrations of
synagogues and cemeteries are the
weapons of anU-Semitiim which
cannot help Germany but will only
cause unrest and disorder, harming
the nation."
school closes June 1 and afternoon
school June 4 and 5.
They'll Meet Tuesday
Royal Palm Unit of the Women's
Auxiliary, Cancer Institute of Mi-
ami, will meet Tuesday noon at
I the Deauville hotel.
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tlMODUINO MSTYIINO aRfPAIRINO) CIIANIN4
MUS. rAUUNt GKUNDWIKG
Mrs. Grundwerg
Heads Mizrachi
Mrs. Pauline Grundwerg will be
installed president ef Use Miami
Beach chapter of Mirrachi Women
Monday noon at the Ritz Plaaa ho-
tel.
Rabbi Alexander Gross, princi-
pal of the Hebrew Academy, will
be installing officer.
Other officers 1o assume their
posts are the Mesdames Edith
Brenner- Nat Hochman. Ida Wessel
and I. B. Eisenstein. honorary
presidents; Pauline Chill, Sara
Silverstein, Rose Mostow, Rose
Gechman and Betty Schechter.
vice president; Rachael Katz and
Rose Schneider, trustees.
The Mesdames Rose Lustig, cor-
responding and social secretary;
Edna Rosenstein. treasurer; Helen
Pollock, recording secretary; Syl-
via Myers, financial secretary.
Board members are the Mes-
dames Anna Silberman, Goldie Sir,
Brenda Migdol, Gertrude Levine,
Hanna S-eligsohn. Mary Leon.
Becky Reinhard. Pauline Gates,
Anna Shapiro and Ida Friedman.
CATERING
WEDDINGS ANNIVERSARIES
IAI M1TZVAHS and
IMCAGEMfNTS
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Officers to ba Installed
Beth Israel Sisterhood is ready-
ing its' final affair of the season.
The donor luncheon this year will
be Tuesday noon at the Hungarian
restaurant.
Beth Israel Sisterhood's new of-
ficers will be installed.
Joint Installation
At Temple Zion
Harold 8axe will be Installed
president of Temple Won In Joint
ceremonies with the Temple'a Sis-
terhood Sunday evening. Spiritual
leader Rabbi Alfred Wa.tman will
be installing officer.
Also to assume their potts are
Jaek Deutrhman. Irving Prnpper
and Phil Sinclair, vice presidents;
Abe Kaplan, recording secretary;
Harold Tokayer. corresponding sec-
retary; Sid Pascal, treasurer; and
Mel Pollack, financial secretary.
Mrs. Al Laaapert will be Install-
ed president. Vice presidents are
the Mesdames Sam Gordon, Sey-
mour Samuels, David Field and
Martin Lots.
Other Sisterhood officers are the
Mesdames Sid Pascal, recording
secretary; Arthur Golden, corres-
ponding secretary; Phil Sinclair,
treasurer; and Jack Deutchman,
financial secretary.
Privofe tye to Spook
Edward Greenop, of Pinkerton
Detective Agency, will be guest
speaker at the luncheon meeting of
Miami Beach Lodge. B'nai B'rith,
Tuesday noon at the DiLido hotel.
Gershon S. Miller is luncheon
chairman.
StmsliiRy$hXr
Annual installation of _
Singles will be held at t>?
Branch of the Greater jfiJ-i
Jsh Community Center
evening, 8 p.m.
Ephraim Gale, execntk,
tor of the Center, wilt be i
officer. '
To assume office are
Clark, president; William
vice president; Goldie Tint.".
urer; Sarah Levy, corresw
secretary; Eleanor Hambro ,
cial secretary; and Rose j
vek, recording secretary.
Acad. Students
To Get Diploma,!
Fifteen Hebrew Acs**,,
dents will be awarded than
mas at graduation exefciJei
10 at the Algiers hotel.
*he students will be tons'
an eight-year course of
representing a re;tlar
school curriculum in ad-uBoBbil
maximum propram ofHebfttuI
ucatinn. f
Principal speaker will bt an I
Seymour Liebman, direct* f I
elementary education of %l
Board of Public Instructiaa ||
Dad* County.
Greetings will v ex*whHwifcl
Presidents of the PTA, HttHjl
Academy Women and iJcM
Organiration.
The following medals *i k|
awarded to outstanding fhM|
during the exercises: tit)
and Samuel Hitter SebaafB
Award. Rose and Htm
Award for Hebrew Shifts, -
Maurice Grossman Service
mortal Award. Also to be I
ed are mathematics, science. )*jj|
nallsm and social studies J*t|
The graduates are Leon FM|I
Faith Reinhard. Lawrence flaffJ
David Holland. Alfred Kae.la>|
nel Andron. Daniel AraRoff. Jssl
Esses. Jessica Hurwilz. Leonl I
Kornreleh, Rita PrdMk. "et|
Spelter, Ann Yedlln, Jacob!
Gerald Backman.
Davis Cuppers fo ffof
9CHROON LAKE. N.Y.-1
members of Canada's Davis Of I
team. Capt. Urne Main and Ml
Bedard. number one rankings*!
er. will compete in the sixth an*
i Adirondack Mountain Imitatai I
Tennis Tournament on toe en* I
of Scaroon "Manor this mU*|
In addition to competing u l
sinftles matches, they will teas(
for the doubles play.
Another entrant in ,n'"*K
ment, which is sanctioned
Eastern Lawn Tennis AnV
Straight Clark, of Phl',*5
who won the 1957 Adirose*
Mountain singles champions* ]
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lami
Recent births at Mt. Sinai Hos-1 Son born to Mr. and Mrs. How-
pital tociude tne following: lard Schutzman May 13.
Son own to Mr. and Mrs. Robert | Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Millman May 11.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Aaron
Dixon May 10.
Daughter born to Cantor and
Mrs. Abraham Seif May 10.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Myron
Cohen May 8.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs.
Jerome Newman May 7.
ion born to Mr. anu Mrs. Leon-
I arr! M. Rivkind May 5.
Daugh'T born to Mr. and Mrs.
'Stanley H. Portman May 3.
Son born to Mi: and Mrs. Mur-
|ray Goodman Apr. 30.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Law-
rence Singer Apr. 30.
Rosen May 17.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs
Rubin Flowers May 16.
Daughu-r born to Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Katz May 16.
Son bom to Mr. and Mrs. Sher-
man Freedman May 14.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Alan
Kaplan May 14.
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It's not polite to ask Mrs. Celia Moskowite, her never inquire. Behind Mrs. Moskowitz is
resident at Jewish Home for Aged, is 100- noted hotelwoman Mrs. Jennie Grossinger,
years-old plus. How much plus, she won't hostess at a recent party undtr sponsorship
say. a00 other Home residents surrounding ci Women's Auxiliary.
Joint Installation
Held Wednesday
Golda Meir Club of Pioneer Wo-
men and Ben-Gurion Branch o f
Karband jointly sponsored a double
celebration Wednesday evening at
the Israelite Center.
Mrs. Oscar Zeltzer, Golda Meir j
president, and Irving Sachs, Far- for privet,,,,. part 0f their vaca-
1_J nUKfliilnHt i-.iiil tWa IirfllM".! Ill .. (. /i. .i
Bock for Vocation
Jeanne and Jerry Hart, daughter
and son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hart,
of 5020 N. Bay rd., Miami Beach,
will be homeward bound from
school soon. Jeanne is finishing
her third year at Northwestern
University, where she's studying
on a dramatic scholarship, while
Jerry is at Peddie -School preppiiig
Flayers to Pretent
Thrilling Broadway Success
Y Players of the North County
YMHA Branch of th- ""*W M; [
ami Jewish Cornmu"1 "enter will
present two performances of the
Broadway success, ".iir.u oi Jan-
uary 16." a three-act court room
comedy drama, directed by Lester
Friedman, at North Miami Junior
Hish Scho-' S-*urdy and Sunday
evenings. Curtain time is 8:30 p.m.
A preview of the play was pre-
sented at the Opa-locka Marine Air
Base last week. In the cast of 20
local thespians are Bud Samet,
Carole Katzker, Lester Friedman,
Leonora Friedman, Julie Russell,
B. "Bandy" Falk, Seymour Eisen-
feld, Vicki Dunn, Jerry Fuchs, Ber-
nard Koloff. Ruth Richter, Phil
.Dallas, Merle Litman. lna Jean
naiger. Lyime Howara, E. C. "Ted"
Williams. Bea Browne, Sid "Russ"
Russell, Sally Page.
Membership Meeting Tuesday
Miami Women's Unit of United
Cerebral Palsy will have its first
membership meeting at the Reha-
bilitation Center, 1411 NW 14 ave.,
Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis E. Gold-
man, ol 6501 Granada bWd.,
Coral Gables, announce
graduation of their daugh-
ters, Ilene Ruth, from Univer-
sity cf Miami, where she ma-
jored in psychology and hu-
man relations, and Phyllis
Ann, trom Coral Gables High
School. Phyllis will attend
Sophie Newcomb College in
New Orleans in falL
bend president, said the program
included the celebration of Shav-
outh and the tenth anniversary of
Israel.
Music was by Mrs. Luba Ray.
with Miss Anyuta Melicow at the
piano. Reading and recitations
were by Mrs. Sonia Gerbert.
Mrs. Isaac Pushkin is chairman
of the double celebration event.
tion here will be spent at the Cast-
aways motel.
Honorary life Presidents
Receive Special Insignia
Three honorary life presidents
of Temple Emanu-El were pre
sented with special insignia at an
installation ceremony at the Tern
pie Friday.
Dr. Richard Y. Reed, professor | Harry Sirkin. Joseph M. Rose
of education at the University of | and Mayer H. Frankel received the
Miami, will speak on Reeducation insignia at the ceremony, which
Parents Without Partners
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They"
Miami AZA Will
Pick 'Sweetheart1
Oldest chapter of AZA in Dade
county. Miami AZA 322, will hold
its 20th annual "sweetheart for-
mal" June 7 at the Seville hotel.
Highlight of the evening will be
the crowning of a new sweetheart,
who will reign for the 1958-59 year.
Contending for the title are Betty
P'ock Susan Gordon, Sheila Kra-
vitz, Barbara Rosnick and Adri-
slM lioiiiman.
Other awards Vill go to E. Fred
Basch as "best member," and Joel
'Vein, 'outstanding athlete."
The chapter meets at Miami He-
brew Congregation. Officers of
and Readjustment in the One Par
ent Family" at a program meet-
ing planned for Wednesday, June
4, at the Everglades hotel by
Parents without Partners, recently
organized in the Miami area.
Aim of the group is to promote
the exchange of ideas, mutual un-
derstanding ahd companionship
among widowed and divorced par-
also installed into office the con-
gregation's regular slate. Samuel
Friedland assumed the office of
president for his ninth consecutive
yer.
young Adults Have Fun
Temple Emanu-El Young Adults
held a swim dance Wednesday eve-
ning at the New Yorker hotel.
Bsbbe Bermann, scholarship
winner to University of Flor-
ida, receives award as "out-
standing pledge" of Alpha
Epsilon Phi sorority, Alpha
Tau chapter, for 1958. She's
a graduate of Miami Hiah
School and daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph I. Bermann,
730 SW 26th rd., Miami.
meeting
| Round restaurant.
Other officers to be installed in-
clude the Mescfames Wire Waits
min, Edward Lever, Rose Sehnei
der and Louis De Jovex, vice presi-
I dents.
The Meadaase* wuuaan Winkler.
recording secretary"; Gertrude So-
loa. corresponding secretary; Rose
Shlivek, treasuses; nsn Harech
field, financial secretary; end HV
I man Sootin, chapter represenTa
tie.
/H be Named
|To Their Posts
Frances Barren will be in-
a president of theCba'" b
Weizmann group of fTadawan at Markg pres.
a June Meeting at the Berry Go g^*1^, Liebert. vice president;
Ronald Shapo. treasurer; Mel
Frishmea, secretary; and Fred
Basch, ctwplarn.
TOO Club Spots
Moted Members
The regular dinner saeetiag of
the 100 Cteb of Da* Co** tins
week spotlighted low 1 Club
members who prominently head
offer erBaSHiatk>B9.
They were IMjd Jsjre, reekcted
president of the Greater Miami
Manufacturers' Assn.; boxing com-
missioner Al SheTmm and arch.-
tact Leonard H. Glaasar, bets for-
mer 100 Club presidents who w.B
be installed next month as pes-
LdUand vice president of; Mi.m.
Beach Presidents' Council; and
nublic relations director Helen Al-
S recently named the orgaa.z-
jrfg executive for the 100 aubs In-
ternationaL
The newly-formad &<**
CWeston, S.C.. and London, Bng
"The VOO Ctob. eon.it of one
.craned representative p.eked
~* ,n .rea's business, proles
li*;je.n<1 industrial fields
^Wednesday's meeting was aeld
.t^rk and Arthur's restaurant,
with President Dr. Seymour G.
gahaeidor preetdtng.
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^TSL^SS/Si IX ^eri Pnylh. Boron, Roberta Pelzner. Laurie Kornov
STtftW SS^KaZTfT^d. and Allen Ressle,
Sandra Salem, Frances Summers. Laurie ----------- .
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West Miami Pont and Auxiliary.
[ Jewish War Veterans, wii Bold a
I special Memorial Day service Fri-
day 11 a.m;, at Mt. Sinai Cemetery.
In the evening, at 8:30 p.m., they
will participate at services of Tem-
ple Zion. Post commander is
Homer Gordon. Auxiliary presi-
dent is Mrs. Homer Gordon.
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Mrs. Rajna Will
Wed Beach City
Manager Lipp
Miami Beach city manager Mor-
ris Lipp will marry noted commun-
ity worker Mrs. Helen Rajna in
private ceremonies Saturday eve-
ning. Rabbi Leon Kronish. of Tem-
ple Beth Sholom, will officiate.
Mrs. Rajna, who has been a Mi-
ami Beach resident for the past
15 years, is a charter Beth Sho-
lom member.
She belongs to the Order of the
Eastern Star, is a trustee of the
Jewish Hungarian Club, and chair-
man of the Newcomers' Service in
her division of the Greater Miami
Section, National Council of Jew-
ish Women.
Mrs. Rajna is active in the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal. She was re-
cently designated a "major" in
CJA's Key Day drive here. She
is also affiliated with the Metro-
politan Division of United Fund.
Bock, Kaplan
Wedding Plans;
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Bock. 14901
NE 2nd ave., announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Frances
Valerie, to Dr. Erwin M. Kaplan.
Miss Bock is a graduate of Mi-
ami High School and will graduate
in June from New York University.
Dr. Kaplan is the son of Mrs.
Marion Kaplan, Brooklyn, N.Y.,
and Harry Kaplan, of Baltimore,
Md. He is a graduate of the New
York College of Podiatry.
Mo'naiallo' Mar'kin
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mongiello,
1700 NW 88th St., and Hightstown,
N.J.. announce the engagement of
their daughter, Madeline, to Har-
old Merkin. Hartsdale. NY. He is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman
Merkin of Brooklyn, NY.
Miss Mongiello, who resides in
New York City, is a graduate of
Bayonne. N.J.. schools. Mr. Mer-
kin is an alumnus of Brooklyn Col-
lege and Michigan State Univer-
sity.
A fall wedding is planned.

Port in Sail*
Miss Harriet Portin will become
the bride of Jack Salle on June 2
at Miami Hebrew Congregation.
Miss Portin is the daughter of
Samuel Portin. 2159 SW 16th St..
and the iale Mrs. Portin. Mr. Salle
is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs.
Benjamin Salle of California.
After a brief honeymoon the
young couple will make their home
in Miami.

Gar Feldman
A late rpring wedding will unite
in marriage Miss Sylvia Ger and
Leo Saul Feldman.
Miss Ger is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Jack C. Ger. 4101 Indian
Creek dr.. Miami Beach. Mr. Feld-
man is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Feldman. Smallwood, N.Y.
A graduate of Miami Beach High
School, the bride-elect attended
University of Florida and now at-
tends University of Miami evening
division.
The future bridegroom served in
the Army, and attended City Col-
lege i.i New York.
Sokol, Swortz
Rites Revealed
Eden Roc hotel was the setting
for the Saturday, May 17. wedding
and reception of Miss Shelly Swortz
and Mai Sokol.
Tne couple will honeymoon in
Jamaica and live in Columbus, O.
The bride is the daughter of Mrs.
Louis R. Swortz. 5730 SW 11th t.,
and the late Mr. Swortz. Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Sokol, Columbus, O.,
are the parents of the bridegroom.
Mrs. Sokol is a graduate of White-
field School, Miami Beach, and at-
tended the University of Florida.
Mr. Sokol attended Cambridge
University in London, England,
and served in the U.S. Army.
"Friends of the Semiary" reception lent week
tendered Dr. and Mrs. Irvinq Lehrman and Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Friedland upon their return
from Israel was attended by top community
leaders. Successful affair climaxed Temple
Emanu-El's annual effort on behalf of Jewish
Theological Seminary of America. Left to right
(standing) are members of reception com-
mittee Joseph M. Lipton. Marcus O. Saroldn.
Judge Irving Cypen. chairman, and Samuel J.
Halperin. Seated are Samuel Friedland, Dr.
Lehrman and Dr. Bernard Mandlebaum. dean
of students at Seminary Rabbinical School,
who was guest speaker.
to* Heightsh
WiB be Installed
motel for officers iye.
Jewish Caoimumt. Ce^'
ttlute organization^
Selic Miller will .
fice of president T ^
Others are Murray r
president; Sanford u *'
treasurer; Benjamin "*
nancial secretary; Mrs b
Elkin. recording secret,*
Mrs. Leonard Vriesfi'e?
spending secretary.
Mrs. Benja-mm'Snapiro
installed into her second I
president of the Sisterhood
are the Mesdames Herbert
and Milton Tishman A.
dents; Paul Mitchell, treir
nold Spivack, recording *
Sol Kulchin, financial im
and Leon Rosenblura,
ing secretary. ^**
New Men's Club preadaa
Robert Oppenheimer. Ot
Lou Deutsch and Herbert
vice presidents; Victor
recording secretary; u,
stein, corresponding secret*
Marvin Schenk, treasuiw is?
nancial secretary.
Tops' Whiteman Will Open Unrvenlj
'Pops' Series with Gershwin Program
Gilbert J. Balkin Lodge. B'nai B'rith. has third annual installa-
tion at Black Caesars Fcrge in Perrine. Shown are Charles
Seiavitch. immediate past president; Judge Milton A. Fried-
man, installing officer; Rep. John Orr. Jr.. guest speaker; and
newly-elected president Dr. William H. Wilson.
Paul "Pops" Whiteman cele-
brating over 50 years of glorious
contributions to the music of Amer-
ica will open the eighth "Pops
Concert" season conducting the
University of Miami Summer Sym-
phony Orchestra on June 8.
The musical program st the air-
conditioned Miami Beach Auditor-
ium will feature the "King of Jazz"
in an all-Gershwin performance
with three top artists from the Mi-
ami area as guest soloists.
Concert pianist Oeorge Roth,
rnember ef Hw faculty ef tho
school of musk at the Univer-
sity of Miami, Allison Fanned,
baritono, and Voronica McCor-
mick, mezzo-soprano, will toam
with Whiteman in singing and
playing many old ftvwfcwfl
tho famed "Rhapsody in Bit
"Concerto in F" and tat
from "Porgy and iota."
Whiteman. at 68, is just I
tnusiastic about Americas i
today ai the day he be|ul
musical career in 1906 as 11
viola player with the Denver,?.
Symphony.
"The future of American i
Whiteman says, sparked
emergence and acceptance of j
can, and should be. more i
ful than ever."
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Miami Marlins representative Rudy Hammer is joined for din-
ner by Paramount Promotions executive secretary Gina Brum-
mer. Boris Pritcher, Isaac Gellis restaurant owner and pres-
ident of Paramount Promotions, producers of original coupon
check books, is seen discussing merits of combination priv-
ilege plan in process for Martins.
Religious School Picnic
Israelite Center religious school
will picnic Sunday at Matheson
Hammock. Motorcade leaves the
Center at 9 a.m. Faculty is in
charge of the day's events.
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NEMMT UHKK
Ie Judea
cts Reiter
the annual election of officers
iplc Judea. Victor Reiter was
Ited president. He succeeds Sol
Jin.
letter served as chairman of the
cation and budget committees
temple Judea lor the past two
rs.
ther officers elected were Til-
Core.iblum, first vice pres-
nt: Herbert Gelernter, second
president; Meyer Batkin, re-
Jing secretary; Judge Sam Sil-
correspondlng secretary; Sid-
Richmai, treasurer; Max
kkter. financial secretary.
Venty five members of the
rd of directors are Charles Ad-
Merwyn Ames. Louis Ai""-
|h. F.dward Blackman. Ben Es-
Jack Faik. Edward Feldstc.n,
eph Fromkin. Jay Grossman,
Dip Ileckerling. Ben Issenberg.
lard Learner, Lee Lebow. Jack
:a. Max Newmark, Ralph No-
Irving Philipson, Milton Pro-
Herbert Rose, Sam Schule-
. David Steinberg, Max Tem-
, Harry Tavss, Ben Trupkin,
|urice W aldorf, and two trustees,
urice Corcnbium, charter mem
of Temple Judea. and Dr.
^rles Rosenfeld, chairman of the
nple Sinionietta committee.
hese men will be installed at
nal ceremonies Wednesday at
oner dance at the Dupont
kleton hotel.
(ierbert CJeleroier, chairman of
installation committee, will be
ter of ceremonies. Cantor Her-
K. Gottlieb and Benjamin
off, education director, will be
Mts.
Veteran Zionists
In Top Positions
Two veteran Miami Beach Zion-
ist leaders were this week appoint-
ed to positions in the Southeast
ZOA region.
Herbert R. Linick, past president
of the Miami Beach Zionist Dis-
trict, has been appointed member-
ship chairman. Linick will be in
charge of membership activities
of the 55 districts in the seven-
state Southeast region.
Linick hi* atr:ady completed
arrangements to address mem-
bership committees of the t'x
Hargest"TTistrict* of ills reqion,
and has also organized member-
ship campaigns in severe! other
districts. During th summer, he
plans to invite t ie presiden s
and membership chairmen of all
districts in the region to attend
a one-c*ey seminar an membe--
ship techniques aboard his yacht,
"Th Sholom."
Participating in the program will
be Harry Jaffe, region president, I
Dr. Sidney Marks, national execu-'
tive director of ZOA, and Del Feu-
erlicht, national membership di-
rector.
Also announced is the appoint-
ment of S. A. Goodman, past chair-
man of the Greater Miami Zionist
Youth Commission and former re-
gional vice president, as the Flor-
ida Governor of ZOA Districts.
Goodman, who has served in the
leadership of the Miami Beach Zi-
onist District since its formation,
will coordinate the activities of the
22 ZOA districts in Florida.
He will also be in charge of the
or unization of new districts with-
in the state. Goodman is planning
a Florida state conference during
the summer to wihich the leader-
ship of districts will be invited,
and at which all district activities
will be coordinated. A regular
state-wide leadership training pro-
gram has also been planned.
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Discussing progress of newly-organized Za-
mora Younq People's Friendship Club are
seated (left to right) Judv Schwab, president;
Lee Polak, secretary-treasurer. Standing are
Ben Cohen, Jackie Kullor, Sandy Satz, Moshe
Griver, athletics chairman, Kathy Shemel,
Gerald Rothbard, program chairman. Rear
are Harvey Cogert, publicity chairman, and
Milton Cohen. Club meets regularly Thurs-
days at Zamora Jewish Center. Men and wo-
men between ages of 18 and 28 are invited.

He Gets Top
Scoutinq Award
A. Edgar Miller, jr., son of Mr.
and Mrs. A. Edfar Miller, 4205 An-
derson rd.. Coral Gables, will re-
ceive the high scouting award of
Eagle Friday evenng during serv-
ices of Temple Judea.
Miller has been working for two
and a half years to earn this
award, achieving merit badges in
the required classes.
He is an honor student at Ponce
de Leon Junior Hir.i School, where
he is completing the eighth grade,
and is a Senior Patrol leaner ai ine
school.
He will enter tne pre-confirma-
tion class at Temple Judea this
year.
Miamian Elected to Council
Ralph Jacobson has been elected
to the College Council of Emory
University.
A freshman,-Jacobson is active
in sports and a representative of
Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity.
He is the son ot Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Jacobson, 435 SW 19th rd.,
Miami.
S. 4. CMMMV
Hair Stylist to Speak
Dade Heights Jewish Community
Center Sisterhood will hear hair
stylist J. Baldi at a meeting at
the Center Monday evening.
10 Years Ago this Week
FREEDOM: The 25,000 Jews de-
tained on Cyprus will be released
when the Palestine Mandate term-
inates, a British Foreign Office
spokesman said this week. After
May 15, he said, the detained would
he free to leave. Jewish Agency
officials said they could absorb
10000 of the prisoners a month but
doubted shipping would be avail-
able to transport that many
monthly.
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Mami. Miracle and Gateway Theatres Friday Cooper plays
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Bid oorifirnicraon egoiri Sunday, with Hao-
f Murray A. Alstet delivering charge and dis-
cing "What it Mean, to be an Weal Jew m
P58" Sealed (left to right) are Frank Nor-
ton. Marilyn Strauee. Trudi Kitchner Hor-
sy Baldingei. Rabbi Aletet Samuel Holland-
Br teacher, Samuel Lasko. Ruth SchUdkraut,
jEAdelman Daniel Zwitman. Standing
KrighO aTeSicW Sussman. Marilyn Roth-
2?n lacquelyn Berman. Rochelle Draar.
Oa. Berman^Ruth Kavenorf. Roeal.e fcvkm.
Kane Tauber. Sandra Peyser and Weslee
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Oxford Graduates 19Sgh Sdwd,
5 Elementary Students i C
Oxford School, 1201 5 West ave |
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was to graduate the largest class in fy r FWida p--mLy
its history Thursday morning.
Nineteen senior high school stw-
den's and five elementary school
graduates were to receive their
Oxford diplomas at the commence-
ment ceremony ia Oxford's bay-
front gardens.
This marks tS ctruVwi of
a full four-year cycle for Oxford,
the youngest school in tho star*.
1 -Ox*3 "sfS.^Tfs dears in Sop
~ait>:
*T of Tamo,. JOaan|lf
Temple Waivers-
others ^
a*e du-f-rr Lesjf
o Present
Jfca n.
" pm-af assfl
' JfcJ
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was to gree! gj
a message ;0 #iim
Carnal
brer
Junior congregation of Beth David religious
school conducted services in main syna-
gogue recently. Carrion and readers of Torah
ere pictured with Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg
and Cantor WUHcrm Lrpaon: Charles Novo-
crodahy Steven Schreiber. Norman Lipson.
Alan lacobson. David Handshu. David Geyer.
Second row are Steven Alter. Richard Vogel.
lack Rabin. Myron Mass and Alan Stemshein.
Jonathan Ranter, not shown, also participated,
pate.
Daniel Okolica
Chants Services
At Bar Mitzvah
Daniel, son of Rabbi and Mrs.
Henry Okohea. will celebrate h:s
Bar ssBVwa at the North Dade
Jewish Center, where hi* father is
sp.nseal leader. Saturday mornin;
May 31.
Dil is a seventa rrace student
- HH!Tew Academy of Miami
Beach He wfl chant the en*..re ht-
urgy at the FnJay sundown ser-
vice and Saturday morning v.or-
His parents *U1 sponsor a Kidd-
ush for the congregation follow mg
the merr.ir.z service.
Amorg relatives of t h e family
who will attend are Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Okolica. Daniel's aunt and
uncle.
Graduated from the high school
are George Belt Marion, Ind.; Ger-
aid Bogage. Salisbury, Md.; Law TffilWw n*l~.
rence Chason. Miami Beach; John!
Dufly, Miami; Jose Fuemes. Mi-
ami; Hector Garcia, Matanzos.
Cuba: Mel Harris, Miami Beach;
Robert Markowitz. Miami; Jack
Miller. Miami Beach.
Henry Ogden. Atlanta. Ga.; Den-
nis Fitter. Miami Beach; Lawrence
Pol.sky. Brooklyn. K.Y ; Luis Po-
sada. Medellin. Columbia (S.A.);
[Paul Robinson, Philadelphia, Pa.;
I Lester Rosenkrantz. ScbulktU Ha
ven. Pa; Jacqueline Rosenthol.
'. Harrison. NY Diane Schaefer.
Chicago. Ill ; Leonard Yaras. Mi-
ami Beach: Gloria Zwass, M.ami
Elementary school graduates are
Susan Goldman, Leslie Gomberg.
Jackie Kaufman. Lloyd Madansky.
Carolyn Wohl.
Among colleges this year that
have accepted Oxford graduates
KMnff
TAMPA. Fla- nual Uekoff dmaer for thsl
Jewish Welfare Federatae<
t which Coogrovmaaj
Reeaevelt was to have |
principal speaker had Io*m
ceiled st the last raosasasai
of roatnations from Tan
ry. st was dtselosed tha i
Judge Fred Wifl
Head Men's Club
oftteia'i tali
Reaeevett was
cancellation "with
hoy sxerestad "rfrar'j
situation, adding that a i
raluotion of tht
Jewry tewara,
national ass
il affairs was
"The Iethar by lj
Jewry in responding to tbeii
! ponsib.ii.les is a major fatal
the difficulties ere r.trred
of Tampa's Jewisn agennesf
in service to our com
said Joseph W?rshitr.
chairman of the 1958
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Mr*0* KAYVIS
Oirr-of-Towners
To Honor Myron
Mvron Jerome, son of Mr. and
A David Rayvis. 1324 SW 18 St..
piH become Bar Mitzvah Saturday j
morning. May 31. at Beth David j
Synagogue. Rabbi Yaakov Rosen-'
berg will officiate.
Myron is a student at Shenan-
doah Junior High School. His pa-
ternal grandmother is Mrs. Bertha
Rayvis. of Miami. His maternal
grandmother is Mrs. Yetta Rose-
man, of Philadelphia.
Mr. and Mrs. Rayvis will be
hosts at a Kiddush reception at
Beth David following the services
and will honor their son at a recep-
tion at home on Sunday afternoon.
Out-of-town guests will include
Mrs. Benjamin Chalick, of Spring-
I field. Pa.; Mrs. Adotph D. Weiss,
j of Elkins Park. Pa.; asd Mrs. Mu-
riel Fleisher. of Philadelphia.
Michael Alan, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Mcrton Moses, will be-
came Bar Mrtxvah Saturday,
May 31. at Temple Bern Sha-
lom. Rabbi Leon Kroninh will
officiate. Michael as a stu-
dent in religious) school of
Beth Sholom.
Henry Detn. sec of Mr. and
Mis. Sol Hirsch. wHl become
Bar Mitzvah Saturday morn-
ing at Temple Emanu-El. Dr.
Irving I-ahrnum srQl officiate.
Henry is seventh grade stu-
dent at Kinloch Park Junior
High School.
SEEKS lABfl TEAOBR
end orjjanitafioMi
Mtity reevired. Writ* Mr. R,
P.*. Boa MM. Miaam M.
Bar Mitzvah Boys
To Be Honored
More than 15 boys who celebra-
ted their Bar Mitzvah this year at
North Dade Jewish Center will be
honoied at Friday evenrmj servi-
ces.
Rabbi Henry Okohea wB wel-
come them and present them with
certificates. The hoys wut partic-
ipate in the services.
P\nm\ Morer*** of the Pepiel
roAgiow. school will ho koM fcm-
. day merniss> when swards will
' he aeoaonsad for afudewts who
hava aisshmod ii alarm aAii rec-
ced* in ishalirihip, attendance
and citasenship.
Joseph W. Solomon, psesideat of
North Dsde Jewish Center, will
deliver the opening remarks. Mrs.
Fred Blank, Sisterfaood president.
Mas. Maurice Neu. immediate pest
PTA president, Mrs. Jack Brown.
education committee chairman.
y Cohen, immediate past
t of the Mens* Club, and
Jae% Brown, immediate post pres-
ident of the Center, win present
the swards.
IrUnoted as poise winners in the
seeent essay contest sponsored by
the Bareau oi Jewish Education
will be Marsha Ball asd Ellea Gen-
eson, members o f t h e Center's
fourth grade Hebrew class
Judge Stanley M. Pred, of the
Village of El Portal, has been
! elected president of the Men s Club j
of Temple Sinai, succeeding Har-1
old A. Greene. I
Sam Lubell. director of the Tern-
pie's buildjnfe fund drive, wss se-
lected first vice preaadesst.
thai officers are Dr. Jalius
Giiinhwu. second vice president;
Ellis Marks, third vice president;
Arthur Hittleman, treasurer; Jack
Gottlieb, corresponding secretary; j tor of the Forum eul introlaeH
sad David Davis, recording secre-1 speaker and cor. J act the
tsry
Mew directors are Charles Bint-
bach, Nathan Borrok. Joseph Y
iCohen. Carl Upton. Charles Ravett
land Harold A. Greene.
They were installed last Sunday
, at the Interama Bowling Alley no-
taurant by past president Charles
Birnbach
The Men's Club is sponsoring its
second annual picnic Sunday at
East Greynolds Park for members
and friends of the congregation.
Author to Address Forra j
Dr. J. M. Mar r, i auJwi
"The Nature of Man." will add
the Spinoza Outdoor Farm,
st. and Ocean ct.. sjturiij
ing. Dr. Abraham \oUsoa,
sion period.
Norman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
David Brooks, will become
Bar Mitzvah at Temple
Emanu-Q Saturday morning.
Dr. Irving Lehrman will offi-
ciate. Norman is a seventh
grade student at Miami
Beacti Junior High and at-
tends Temple Emanu-El re-
haious school
Miami savtags
will
Of
thu weak by
Crockett, prsaiilsut of
*. L. Pubac -rtitiiai Se-
Creckett said all the aese-
had voted to eecssre fft-
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Sisterhood of Hialeah-M i a m i
Springs Jewish Center was to hava
its saaasl donor luncheon Thurs-
day. 10 am., at the Miami Airways
hotel.
Miomion Will
Be Ordained
Donald L. Cohen will he ordain-
ed as "rabbi, teacher and preach-
er'' and receive the degree of Mas-
ter of flebiew Literature from the
Rabbinical School of the Jewish
Theological Seminary of America.
The orainauon and degree will
be conferred upon Cohen at gradua-
tion exercises of the Seminary in
New York City June 8.
He is the son of Mr. asd Mrs.
Abe Cohen. 1031 NW Sunnybrook
rd Miami
Some 2.000 persons sre expected
to attend the graduation. Corn-
ed by Rabbi Israel H. li iakil. of
Jewish Canter sad
of kimgiMia at
Martin and Stephen.
sons of Mr. and Mr*. WBJI
Horowitz. 740 83rd tjf
become Bar Milrvah Saavi
day morning. May Ji^l
North Shore JewjA 0*-1
Babbi May.i Ab*"*3|
will offldats. Martin "
or. students at
school of 0w m
jlautilus Junior
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tfJwhism fxetutive Calls Book Review Smug'
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f overlooked, the only inajulr* be-
ing into iust hittery, language
and Htereture. If HMt hi all there
it to being Jew. why persist in
our classical "ttiff-necked" atti-
tude of survival?
ibrro,lTh.JMn fMrMbft:
In a discourse "on* Motes rTess'
book. "Rome ahd Jerusalem," Vmrr
reviewer is guilty nf inaccuracy
and smugness. She asserted in
tnh?ccpt ,s the heavy emphasis on.
the nationalism to the detriment
"f the religion itself. Of course.
As a'.Tew whose roots are'deeply
Imbedded in the history, Inspira-
tional values, soul-lifting qualities
itnd the divine mission' of our re
llglon, f share Mr. SirntfhhorTs ]
concern as expressed in his con-
Amertcan
atmosphere great efforts in the
field (if charity, benevolence, eth-
leal valttes, culture, history and
seH Z n^^mUll^TK'ir WeYSTtn^trpRBBccd tyW-Jew-
*9i
I would like to believe that there
is something much more divine in
our continued existence and the
fulfillment of our destiny.
Yes, Harry Simonhoff, with great
perception, has really "hit the nail
on the aead."
GEORGE GOLDBERG
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Jnine-Ioot birthday cake to celebrate Dr. Jay F. W. 'PeOiKm's
year as pro*i<5tht. Ctfke, eofeftng crppr6*frnifte!y $2:500,
Iwas lour feet at base and weiqhed nearly 600 pounds. There
(were 8,000 decorated flowers, 18 orchids and 65 roses. Major
lincn-edients of Holsum cake consisted of 1,340 egq whites, 290
[cups of flour, 650 cupe of sugar and 180 cups of milk. I. P.
[Cash, president of Holsum Bakers, presented cake to Dr. Pear-
[scn at campus ceremony. Affair started kickoff drive for Uni-
[versity of Miami development program. Some 2,500 students,
ichers and alumni of university attended celebration. Dr.
[Pearson is seen cutting cake.
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Emanu-tl Nursery School
Closing Exercises Friday
Temple Emanu-El religious
school nursery cla^s will hold its
closing exercises Friday morning.
The three to five-year-olds will
participate in a specially planned
program. "From Rosh Hashona to
Shavuoth."
Honor certificates will be pre-
sented by Dr. Herman R. Mechlo-
witz, chairman of the board of ed-
ucation. Dr. Irving Lehrman will
perform the benediction and offer
the closing remarks.
Head teacher Mrs. Naomi Bran-
dets said Wednesday that registra-
tion for the kindergarten and nur-
sery classes is now in progress at
the religious school office. Chair-
man of the event is Mrs. James
Ruby.
New Chapter Formed
A new group of Hadassah is be-
ing formed with Mr- Sanford
Jacobson as president. The chap-
ter will meet Monday noon, June
2. at the Carillon hotel. .
"Sun* out 3**-
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UaHed teftitroriaa
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'^OMTHIIAL
12*4 Wt Aea,
Alltg
assert the opposite view; unfortu-
nately they are mostly the prop-
erty of the American Council for
Judaism and lose effectiveness im-
measurably, therefore."
The Inescapable truth is that
"the opposite View" 14 not the
"property" of the American Coun-
cil for Judaism; nor can the "Jew-
ish" nationalist find comfort in
the delusion that anti nationalism
(anti-Zioni=m) is ineffectual be-
cause it is espoused by'fhe Coun-
cil.
The conception of Judaism as
being a tradition bated on the
creative power of the spirit and
t h denunciation o f "nation"
power it hundreds of yeart older
than the ACJ. The Council did
not originate a "new" interpreta-
tion of life for Jewt; the Council
Wat originally organized to fos-
ter end continue the gCeatrnoral
Snd spiritual traditions which
had been articulated by the l*r-
ptiett and recwgnlted leaders of
rellgtout fhooght who dominate
the long hittory of our religious
faith.
In t h e midst of t ft e glittering
celebrations held on the occasion
of Israel's tenth anniversary, .the
historic meeting held in New York
City recently of the "American
Friends of the fchud" was rola-
tively'Inauspicious no doubt, be
cause of calculated lack of cover
age but it revealed great dis-
illusionment, on the part Of Zion
ists even, with the extremely chau-
vinistic trend visible in Zionism.
Pronouncements by Martin Buber,
Erich F'rom m Hans Kohn and
many others echoed the regret-
table departure from the moral
tradition of Jews, the separation of
secular values from universal
values. *
Your reviewer dreads the equa-
tion of Moses Hess' interpretation
with contemporary Zionist philos-
ophy. "Fraught with extremism
and the sort of chauvinism we de-
cry in others, could only be detri-
mental ." is the present tenor
of nationalism in Israel and among
the "Jewish nation outside of Is-
rael." Hess' articulation was a
dream; the fruition of his dream
is the state of Israel a positive
manifestation of Hess' extremism
and chauvinism.
The aforementioned meeting of
liberal-minded, humanitarian Jews
and Zionists and former Zionists,
all voicing their dissent against
the chauvinistic policies of the
present Israeli government, is
symptomatic of the moral obliga-
tion felt by unblinded Jews. That
their views concur with (hose of
the American Council for Judaism
does not invalidate them, or render
them ineffective. It is inviting im-
measurable harm to Jews in
Israel and to Jews in lands outside
of Israel to dismiss the anti-
nationalist views of Jews, in and
outside of Israel, and to ascribe to
these views an unreal isolation.
GEORGE BAGRASH
Regional Director
American Council for Judaism
Dallas, Tex.
tsV genius.
Hven the Hebrew language hat
teen a tremetrtlout revival but
Ohly a* fust another fdreign lan-
guage, like French or Spanish,
and riot as the -"i-'Mrian" Hafco-
deh," fre Hely Tongue, the lan-
guage of the Yorah,"frt Proph-
ets, and'fhe tear-stained Slddtir,
with ell'ltwellgjdus, deeply';lffir-
rthg undertones and spirituality.
Book reviews, pure psychologi-
cal presentations, politics, sociolo-
gy, science, art, humor all these
have sort of crowded out the nec-
essary, inspiring uplife of lessons
in good Jewish living as drawn
from the Word of God through His
Torah. We have somehow lost sight
of our mission among the nations
of the earth.
And what troubles me. even
more, is that s u c h an important
segment of our Jewish milieu as
Hebrew teachers are too often
people of varied intellectual and
educational attainments, with very
little and some times no religious
adherence. As an educator in a
Hebrew religious school, one would
suppose such an individual to teach
both by precept and example.
Far too often, the qualification
Of religious observance, feeling
and understanding it completely
EDITOR, The Jewith Florldian:
Harry Simonhoffs masterful re-
port of the plenary session of the
American Jewish Congress at the
Carillon hotel was accurate, inter-
esting and beautifully phrased.
But his article is lifted to a higher
level because of his highly intelli-
gent comment, his keen analysis
and his wonderful faculty for ex-
tracting from the abundance of
verbiage the really pertinent ideas
of fundamental importance, both
expressed and implied.
EDITOR, The Jewfth fMoridlan:
At a time when the President's
request for extension of our Recip-
rocal Trade Agreements program,
is in great danger (H. R. 10368) in
Washington, we find our Vice
President being shockingly rebuff-
ed by our neighbors in Latin Amer-
ica. Their disfavor towards the
United States has an economic
can e.
This is no time for the trade bill
being converted into a "protection-
ist" measure. Not only should
there be a long-term extension o
the Act, but no crippling amend-
ments should be added, and auth-
ority should remain with the Pres-
ident to make final decisions in es-
cape clause cases.
The Bill should receive the sup-
port not only of the Florida dele-
gation in Congress, but the sup-
port of responsible, thinking citi-
zens who reject the philosophy of
fear and creeping protectionism.
We must encourage expanding and
prosperous trade.
LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS
Mrs. Wm. Halttead,
Miami
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Coral Gables
Mrt. H. W. Bromberg,
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'Have Brotherhood, Want to Travel/ Says Philanthropic
By JACK H. GOROUN
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"Don't label me a philanthro-1
pist." Samuel Rubin, the presi-
dent of the America -Israel Cul-
tural Foundation told mo. "La-
Helong only on commercial
products. '
Mr. Rubin is the president of a
MI successful commercial
ness Faber*e Perfumes. He is
MNV. you may remember, the
man whose idea for a Middle-
East scholarship fund, made |
headlines in the newspapers
throughout the country just re-
cently. An editorial in the N<*
York Journal-American called it
"A Hopeful Stan Unfortunate-
ly, to date the offer of ten schol- \
arships to the Arabs to stud> ir.
Israel has been accepted by none
of them. But as a result of these
scholarships the institutions of
higher learning in Israel now in-
clude eager students from India.
Burma and West Africa Mr
Rubin hopes that the future ui!l
include members of the Arab r.a- j
tions as well
We were sitting in his small \
comfortabel study in his bouse on ;
New York's fashionable East
Sd>. Rubin lit a cigarette as
be deplored the phrase philan-
thropic contributions."
"Call it rather an investment."
he said, flicking the match :nto
an ashtray The purpose of the
American Israel Cultural Foun-
dation is to offer an inter-cultural
exchange ir. the way of funds and
personalities Israel, in its em-
bryonic state, can. of course, use
help to enrich her culture. But
we. too. can ennch our own
American culture by comir.
close contact with her We are
merely making an investment in
Israel and she u already re-
turning dividends on this invest-
ment by contributing to our
American life "
Analogy to the Biblical phrase
"bread cast upon the waters" oc-
curred to me.
He continued. "Irbal. the
Yemenite dance theatre that has
toured Europe and has recently
arrived here, is a case in point.
The critics stated unanimously
we have much to learn seeing In-
tal And our American theatre
is already showing its influence."
Samuel Rubin believes that we
are all product? of our inherited
or acquired customs If we could
only Ware to unoors'a-i each
other's culture, we m.cbt learn
to aadentaad each other. Time-
travel has shrunk the modern
world. This showld work for w-
versa! good wilL People can now
take fattest advantage of it to get
to kaow each other Perhaps aa
of scientists aad artists
teas Wagoner is aad
Today, a pasenanoa caa
ciery-hmg tha: m.
r-cultural reia'ioas.
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Piano and accordion students frcm studio oi Mrs. Harold
Robin. 2250 SW 28th sL. appeared in recent recital at Miami
Woman's Club. National Guild diplomas. p:ns and other
awards were received by students. Left to right (first row) are
Deborah Lubel. Anne Hertz. Georgia Kemp, Geraldine Goren.
Sheila Meehan. Second row are Billy Christiansen. Allan
Cease. Lois Varat Roy Bram. Vicki Ilmonen. Third row are
Mrs. James Harris. Bill Lickter. Sandra Leven, Sybil I
Niklci Nedbor. Cheryl Varat Zelda Fleishman. Vicki!
man. Joyce Gold. Judy Harria, Howard Bott Fourth rat!
llene Goldstein. Fred Berney. Estelle Robin. Mrs. Harold I
ney. Warren Berney. Suzanne Barnett Mrs. Robin, Mr.
Carol Goldstein. Susan Paul. Mrs. Harold Cease, Mb, 1
ert Roeengren, Phyllis Radin. Suzan Nedbor. Carol SdrffhT^
the president of America-Israel
Cultural Foundation believes, can
destroy that button.
Culture is a forbidding word
to many. To Sam Rubin it is
simply a way of getting the most
out of life. I had looked at his
many od paintings as I waited
for him in the living room. I
asked him why none of these
were of the old masters. "Be-
cause I believe in creating new
masters, he smiled "The old
ones don't need us any more. We
ran appreciate them in museums.
1 buy only the young artists that
I like Maybe I can help make
them oM masters one day."
Rubin s first ambition was to
be a concert violinist. His teach-
er was the famous Leipzig Uni-
ty professor. Henry Schra-
dioh Born in Btalystock. Poland.
four and settled with his fam ly
m the then farm district of Ozone
Part. Long Island. His father
opened a general store and his
firi.t-t recolieeiions were reti-
ring home from school after
r a twofold chore to
practice the violin and to inter-
rupt this in order to run down
into the store when the door bell
announced a customer. At IS.
h.s teacher took him to Carne^.e
Hall to listen to Jaxrha Heife i.
As he heard the master play, he
broke rate a cold sweat His
filled with tears and he ran out.
locked has violin ease and threw
away the key V:*r later. a* a
swceessrtd parfamer. he met Hei-
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All-day professional Staff Institute is conduct-
ed by Greater Miami Jewish Community Cen-
ter for supervisory group work personnel. At-
tending Institute devoted to discussion of
"Achieving Group Work Objectives." are front
row Heft to right1 Miss Miriam Scheinberg.
Mrs. Melvin Shraco, Mrs. Theodore Wein-
dstea.1
stock. Erraim Gale. Mrs. Morns G
Blear 7imHtt_ Mrs. Ethel Grossman,
ing deft to right) are Arnc'.d Pislria
Shamis. David Eskenazi. Charles
Emanuel Tropp. Donald LcBelie. and
Fleischer.
fetr and told him of the incident.
Heifeti said. "I am happy for
you that you did not pursue this
profession He pointed to the
nolin resting in his opened violin
case. "You call this a business?"
Actually, be has continued to
play the violin for his own pleas-
ure until recently This was stop-
ped dramatically last September
when he was pinned under a
tractor tor three-quarters of an
and his ar rcwas almost
long on perfumesnot on peo-
ple."
"We must encourage cultural
exchange." v.e began to summar-
ize. "In this there is happiness
e humrn race Isolation
conjures up images that are a*
realit creates myths that do
W exist about an individual or
a wh>le people. In today's world,
we should appeal to our reason
rather than to bobba meinsas' "
Perhaps. Saves)
doesn't like iabeh, well
to this on- r lu*''i
non sense idealist" He'
man who tt tM
travel Ihey <
home any pla .n the
he were to take si Jul
the show ha*l
might reaJ lb wtj.f
therhood-V : Travel
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move out of the way when the
tnctor overturned, so that he
was pinned by the arm instead of
the eheit- He believes thoroughly J
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His arm is mending now, and he *
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SAMUEL KIMMEL
, founder K.1,1 [| ,,,.r f
Conn-vtatiun Beth Triiuii. U. KlmiiKl. win Miiuiti
v MM Hi.:., h U years
11*.. fion, New Vi ., I'iiv. H was B
. furnsr. H.. I.....rvlvs
on, 'i. iqir; ilaushier, Mrs Ruth
Miuplm. iii.it r.,ui krumlchU i i
vim* wn May J a: Mailman's
Funeral < hapel. with burial In Star
uf David Cemetery.
MIVM ESTRIN
57. <>f 711 M.-l I ,1 ,i,| \fay J|_
Hr chiiih I.. Miami I.. \,Ki ago and
waa a barber. He leaves lila wife,
Florence, :uid n n..n. Leon. Services
May 2-'i :.t Ni'Munaa-Gordon
Funeral Ham*, with burial In Mc.
N.-i... Cems
r!lprt at his bom* May 21. He came
in.m Cincinnati, O., a&
I. as .. n i.i c.l executive
of a surap metal firm. He I,. I. lutad
lo the Masons. Survivors include Tits
.delaide; i.ii. daughter. Mia. J.
.. Ruaanbtum; ami one aon, Janr) s.
Seiv...- ..... Mai 23 ill ) Beath Mi niorlal Chapel, Nonnady Isle,
wlih burial In Hamilton, i..
Ion
Newrncm has been
to membership in
can Institute of Cert-
Public Accountants. He
partner in firm of New-
and Behar, Miami
i. Also eUcted were Mi-
CPA's Miltcn Beame and
J. Goodwin.
SOW L1TVAK
o, uf :;:iu h-w uHn iu., u, ,i May 24
In Dnttoaa Beach, a retired cletnlng
int. he lived here seuan years
attar leaving ChloiiKi He waa a mem-
ber hi n! Work-
miiifs t'li-cls BW. Ha la survived by
his w;l. Eihcl. a sun. Maisliall: MM
it-, i sister and one grandchild.
Ser\ loos wsre In Gordon Funeral
linen.. May 27, with burial In Ml. Slnul
i '.inetery.
ADOLPH REISER
Mi. i.f ?u,-,2 BW 11th t.r, .li.-.l May 2",.
He was a member of George Gershwin
Lodge of Knights of I'tthias and Mi-
ami Federation of Musicians. He came
here 20 yearn ago from Itrooklyn, and
la aurvlved by his wife, Florence: a
On, Maxwell: daughter. Mrs Joanne
Levitt: and his mother and si.-,.lather,
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Tuch. Si-r\ i es
were May 26 at Riverside-Beach Me-
morial Chapel. \V. Flagler si, with
burial In 111 Nubn Cemetery.
LOUIS ULLMAN
19, of 24C7 ... dud May 21.
A retires ;.i.-.,., .t .,f Die Ited Top
iHeu.n* i i, ,,( ilin iiinall, he had
been \. in.ei resident ol Miami Bench
for 9 .1 wejr.i. ii.- U survived
sin. llouraid \V., a duuKiit.r. Mia. I..
U. Mi.'liaalacn: lour grandchildren and
three rew, i.l.l' .1. s :
and burial were In Cincinnati, with
ii nngr1rm>mr*10ve7,li;c*nee,i
Memorial i Itup'd.
He
MRS. ANN* LEVIN
r.I. of 12J:. X\V 2Mb .'. .1 I May _'J.
1......a wed '.ii ie eight yearn ago from
Nay V ok. Surviving aie hei lir.sl.ni I,
Irving, two sisieis anil a h ithei
Rlvetslrte-tiei.. h Memorial riiaiiel waa
In charge of arrangements lof bwlal
In N.-w Ymk City.
MBS. ROSE FRIEDELL
72. All a at her horn.-. 565 Knit dr.,
Miami Springs, M.i\ 22. Stirviving are
a daughter, Mm Sophia Addlaon, ami
a brother, l-iei Rom. Btrvlee irere
In Atluiis. n.X
Freed Wilt
Be Installed
Jess M. Freed will be installed
president of the Klaglt-r Granada
Jewish Community Center at a
oanquet Saturday
vening at Mi-
mi Springs
iUas.
Edward N.
loore and Sam-
el Goldstein will
e installed vice
residents.
Others are
I a re us Stern.
- tfeasurer^f^^B .
H y m a n Cover-
man, financial secretary. Leon
Roth, recording secretary; and
Mrs. Edgar Kivkin. corresponding
secretary.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN tint
the underpinned, desiring 1-, engage 111
hualneaa under fie flctllious name ,,f
,-IH |-||i.N-KI.i:i.N It K I'iiHTI S ;
MIKVICE at S5 Blacayne Building,
Miami, Florida intends to reRlsttr
aid name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dad. County. Florida
QUACK H. Ki
Sole < iwner
5/3". G/ii-n-2
"^TUDm"
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the ficlltloua name of
FEDERAL METAL*-CO .,' 351J M.W.
Ni.riii H a, Miami, Florida ln-
icinls to rag later said name with he
Clerk "f Hi.- Circuit Court of Dade
County, I'lorlda.
S.\'IN-i:a BROTHERS cor!'.
I'.'.n N.w. North Hiver Drive,
Mluiui. Fla.
KI'RT \Vi:i.l-ISCH
.mi irney for svinga Brothers Corp.
3/30, G/ii-l:)-:.'"
jsident's Aide
Get Degree
LTHAM, Mass.Abba Eban,
Ambassador to the United
will deliver the seventh
iris University commence-
[address June 8, when 11 dis-
educators, including the
t of seven colleges, will
honorary degrees. The ex-
uhith mark the decennial
Brandeis. wiH be held on
dversity cumpus.
Killian. Jr.. tpM aeeisl-.
(be President of the United
for Science and Techneiegy
bresident (on leave) of Mas-
fsetts Institute of Technology,
long the honorary degree re-
Its at the ceremonies.
te than 220 students will re-
baccalaureate degrees, 30
awarded Master of Arts and
Pr of Fine Arts degrees, and
will receive Docter of Phi-
hy degrees at the exercises.
MRS. ELIZABETH HARP
77, of 217 BW 22nd rd died May 24
at h.r home Hhe came here II year*
ago from Cincinnati, O.. an I waa a
member of the Order of the Kasi.-rn
Star, life member of l.o'ils Biandels
Hadasnah, American JewUh Congress
ami rTnal B'Mth She la aurvlved by
two eons, p;arl M. Contra, and Sid-
ney: a brother and two sister*. 8er-
vlcea an.l b ul I were In Cincinnati,
with local arrangements by Itlv.r-I le-
ll.aili Memorial Chapel, W, Flakier sl
ABRAHAM AN3USCH
7", of -ij Meridian ave a renldent
hen n n.. \eaife, died May 21. s* ir-
vivoie include hla wife. Haitie. two
hiutlieis and two sisters Service!
and burial were In New Tork. hi* for-
mer home, with local arrangements by
RlYei'aide-lie*i'h Memorial Chapel
LEGAL NOTICE
Mi
mr:
,1, .1
I. ELS E DAWN BLUM
S.iin.la. al h-r h ime. <>34
. ..., -. b< ,,. Miami
Beach with her husband, I'r. Otto S.
..........i .r j mi irll. c>. .loiiri>e, Wla..
in :'.<:.*. She was a native of IjtCroaae.
HSa and had been a member of the
Order of the K.i-ii m S'a: there Sur-
vivors Include her husband; a son.
(tram, graduate undent at the t'ni-
verslty of Miami, and her mother.
Mrs Kaiheri: Felnbei Bervlcei
and burial ere :n LaCroeae, with
Fiver Id. -V.- -i 'i Memorial Chapel in
charge Of arrangements.
JACOB MORRIS BYER
69. of "|7 ii nnii.il. Coral ilables, a
real eatate .mwii, died Hay 21. He
cam. here ntne years sko from Tren-
ton. W..1.. and e/ae a member of the
Southwest Masonic Lodge, Mahl
Shrine and Temple Israel. Surviving
are two sons, Melvin and Arthur, a
brother, four aleters and two Krand-
chlldron. Deueti es were May St at
(Jordan Funeral Home, with burial In
Tienton.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MEAHAWK BOATS MIAMI at Tier,
S W. null Street, Miami, Fla.. Intends
to r-'iisier said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Hade County.
Florida.
Jlll.lo 1)1 BENEDETTO,
Sole Owner
MATTHEW J. SOI.TYSIAK
Attorney for Applicant
5942 S.W. 7i)rd St.
'.W 'fi.13-2i!
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
[?OTICE is HEREBY (ilVEN that
the undersigned, desiring i" rnsnfi- in
business under the fictitious name of
ATI.ANTIUCE MOTEI. at I6-".01 Col-
lins Avenue, Miami Beach, Fla.. In-
tends to register said name v. 1th the;
Clerk of the Circuit Cpurt of Dade-
County, Florida.
ELENA c >!troRATIOV
(A Florida Corporation)
G/30. 6/6-13-20
ERICH T. GLASER
66, of 12u0 Euclid ave.. died May 20.
Survivors Include his sister. Mrs. Mer-
le. Els, and a brother In Holland. Ker-
vh s were May 22 at Ri v.n side- lleach
Memorial Chapel, with burial In Star
of David Cemetery.
MRS. ANNA ROBINSON
73, of 4:".'!' Colons ave.. a icm...nt here
in v.ais coming from Brooklyn, died
Ma) 11 Survivors Include three sons.
Leonard, Robert and Adelene, ami six
Kraii.iciiililr.n Services w.-ie May H
In Klverslde-iieach Memorial Chapel.
Washington ave.. with entombment In
Wuodlawn I'ark.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBnSEllY OIVEN that
the underalisned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
L1LYAN CORTEZ at 3S00 N. Miami
Avenue lntenda to register said name
with Clerk of the Circuit Court uf
Dade County, Florida.
\\'ALL-CO COBP. (A Fla. Corp.)
S/9-16-23-30
EDWARD E. HELLER
SO. of SOI ^8an Antonio ave.. Coral
(lat.les. died* May 23. He came to Mi-
ami from Chicago two months ago and
Is survived by two daughters. Mrs.
Prance* Sanjurjo and Mrs. Harriett
Klein: ail four grandchildren. Ser-
vices Mid barlal were In Chicago, with
lUv.iside -llaach Memorial Chapel In
aharne of local arrangements.
SAMUEL TROST RICE
7* of 92X1 Emerson ave., Surfslde.
fish Univ. Will
lugurate Hall
11CAG0A gala cofnmunity-
ie testimonial to Mrs. Harry
isher will inaugurate the
Fh-her Residence HeH tor-
en of the new Jewish Univer- ]
of America Wednesday at taer
rison hotel here,
nouncement of the tesunron-
vas made by Max Bressler.
nan of the Jewish University
iici ica building campaign. At
same time- Bressler also an-
^ced that Morris R. DeWoskta,
Binent Chicago civic leader,
Ibeen named chairman of the
nonial. Mrs. Morton Brrtstein
Irs. Meyer Gold will serve as
i'i chairmen,
men of the Chicago Jewish
nunity will be honored by the
in their life at this official
thing of the new university,"
said. Admission to the
nonial will be by purchase of
of Israel Bonds in honor of
I tenth anniversary of Israel's
lishment.
he aim of this most meanlng-
lestimonial." Bressler said, "is
pvite our American Jewish wo-
i to take part in the building of
wish University of America,
| will provide facilities for the
"ln~ of the American Jewish
hers of tomorrow."
JULIUS A. SIEQEL
57, ot im Marseilles dr.. died May 20.
He came here 11 years ago Irom New
Kensington, Fa., and was a member
of North Shore Lodge of H'nai B'rlth.
Survivors Include two sisters, Mrs.
Bm U'.isburgh and Mrs. Fannie
Irvine. Services were May 22 at Klv-
crslde-lleuch Memorial Chapel, Nor-
mandy Isle, with burial In Ml. Nebo
Cemetery.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREISV GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
WALLPAPER DISTRIBUTORS at
Imiii N Miami Avenue Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
WALE-CO CORP. (A Fla. Corp.)
i/e-H-M-S*
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in.
business under the fictitious names of
N. N. A. SERVICES: also. N. N. A.
INDUSTRIES; also. N. N. A. ENTER-
PRISES at Dade County, Ha., Intends
to register said names with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida,
NATHAN ABRAHAM, Sole Owner
5/30, 6/6-13-20
SAMUEL BRYMAN
C! of |H SHth st., Surfslde. died May
21) Me la survived by his wife. Betty,
a daughter. Mrs. Phyllis C.oldman. two
brothers and a sister. Services were
Mav a at Riverside-Beach Memorial
chapel. Alton rd.. with burial In Mt.
Neuo Cemetery.
\
Hires
ilKtQUS UmSIUHG
G001 YHTH FrJOfi I
AffTHIM f'ANK
Frank Appointed
Advertising Mgr.
J P Cash, president of Fuchs
Baking Co. (Holsum) and Frank Ir-
wln, Jr.. director of sales and ad-
vertising, announce the .ppoinJ-
ment of Arthur P. Frank as adver-
tising manager. _. di-
Frank formerly was research di
rector for the Jordan Marsh Com
pany before Joining Holwm.H-
C^.lwheldthepfit.onofM.J
ant sales rv'ce d'reclo l"f
American Broadcasting Company
inFrh,nkgU "graduate of the Uni-
vefsity of Miami, where he rcceiv-
^d his marketinK degree in adver
thing and sales promotion He
served, in the Korean War as
pUot with the Air Force.
*',' G\ s BROS K>
He
wlm
N.I.. with
Home In
K.i--
were In
HARRY ELKIN
6, of 3i:> lind st., died Ma] IS
waa- an apartment houaa owiwr.
came to Mianii 14 years ago from
psorth B-iRcn, N.J. He is surviv, I by
hla wife. Bessie, and a son. Howard
Paul. Me also leaves a sister,
vices wan In Jersey City.
Newman-'loi don Funeral
charge locally._________
* oei-i-" v. ,,
Tl of 4J0 Michigan ave.. died May 13.
He was a r.sinVnl "*.,,w*>'fh1".
Survivors include his wi'e, Bather,
s,.. William, two daughters Mis
Augusta Cohan and Mrs. Pearl
orKiw Services and I'dermerit
New York, with Riverside-Ur.ii Ii Me-
,.i.,l Chapel in charge of local ar-
rangement*-
Mr8. rema a. ioaoM;
OT of :'15 S\V 14th st.. died Ma> 1
SbSni a nssMswIhyjh. fame ^re
nine years ago from New York t it>
anT.s turvKed by her ^',,,,"ftrl
Michael J. Serv'ces were Ma) .. at
Rive^de-I..,., h M.nio.ial CtaMs.
Ftagler st.
SAMUEL PASTERNAK
5 of Ut *W i-nd '- dW^ "'""
was retired reetaurant o.ne.
came here 17 Near* as-; front
York Cltv. He I* survived b> nls
iff Jaoguaime; s.-n A.Un: -MJ--
sister. Mrs. Faye wyk*KJTJ !!
are May il at lUversWe-h*vh *
n^rlal Chai.el, W. KUgh-r M with
burial In sit. Nebo Ceeaetery.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
WAI.I.-CO IMI'KRIAL at 3.SH0 N. Mi-
ami Avenue intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Clroult
Court of Dade County. Florida.
W W.I.-CD CORP. (A f*ls. Corp.)
5/9-16-23-30 _________
NOTICE UNDBfl
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTrCK IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious names of
NATHAN NELSON ABRAHAM; also.
NATHAN N. ABRAHAM; bIbo. N.
NELSON ABRAHAM at Dade Coun-
ty. Fla.. Intends to register said names
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Daile County, Florida.
NATHAN' ABRAHAM. Sole Owner
3/30. 6/6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
RED APPLE RESTACRANT AND
SANDWICH SHOP at 214'. N. Miami
Avenue, Miami. Florida Intend to reg-
ister snid numc with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
BENJAMIN FRF.1MARK
CH.UM FREIMAKK
Equal I'artners
PAULOT. BfLVEtt & MfLLOY
Attorneys for Applicants
,-./30, 6/6-13-20
MIAMI BEACH
' 1104 Lincoln Rd.
Ph.JE 1-3812
SURFSIDE
9473 Hoittiafl Asa.
PH. UN 64171
pierre
CUSTOM TAIIOKIHC
1104 LINCOLN ROAD
Miami Beach
9473 HARDING AVENUE
Surlsldi
HABERDASHERY
34** Uat en Miami Beach
,
He
and
New
MRS. ROSE
7. of 1M S* **.
ROSE
1*.
Mont here

children Met vices snd burial were in
Ne York, with kx-al ar.angeroents b>
Rrr,lde-BeachJl^morlal Chanel
ARTHUR r*SENw.tP.a
7. of 742 10th .1 2><(*SS* n'j
-- uu horn Nurih t$erg n, ""
if. \iv If A relbed businessman.
sL.su.vved by his wife. **&*
^"rS."" daughters, Mr, Pear,
Zeik and Mr-. Balh Cooper: and three
grandihlklren. ^v.ce. and
were '" !-rev (lt>. N -1
commercial
social
hotel
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME ANO BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRES-
ENT* SHALL COME. GREETINGS
Whereas, H A It R Y KIMONMoFF.
MIAMI. FLORIDA; ALBERT BIMK.
MIAMI. FLORIDA; V. S. BONNER.
MIAMI. FLORIDA, did on the 20th
day of December, AD. 1937. cause to
be Incorporated under the provisions
of the general corporation law of the
State of Florida HOMERIDGE PROP-
ERTIES. INC., a corporation, with its
principal place of business at MIAMI.
DADE COUNTY, in the state ot Flor-
ida, and whereas Ihe stockholders of
such corporation did on the 19th day
if Maw, A.D. 19M. cause to be filed In
Ills office of the Secretary of State of
the Btale of Florida, a Consent of all
the stockholders under the provisions
of said Chapter 60S. Florida Statutes,
showing the dissolution of such cor-
poration. -
Now, therefore, the Secretary of
ftate does hereby certify to the fore-
going and that he is satisfied that the
requirements of law have been com-
plied with. .
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hand and have
affixed the Great Seal of the State
of Florida, at Tallahassee, the
Capital, this the NINETEENTH
day of MAY. A.D. 1958.
(seali R A- ORAT,
Secretary ol State.
5 JO -
STKl
IE
Dial FRanklin 3-4634
NOfre UN6ER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBX QiyEN thai
the underslgaed, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious nnme of
CORPORATE NEGOTIATORS at 407
Lincoln R.sd. Miami Beach, Florida
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
C0Unr*EAr!0B^.ATE CORPORATE*
OF FLORIDA
(A Florida Corporation)
JCUUS; JAY I'ERIjMUTTER
Attorney for Real Estate
Corporation of Florida
5/30. W-':'-20
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS' HEREBY GIVEN that
th undersigned, desiring to engage 1".
bualaess under the nelttlous "">','-
I'.AUTUX MEAT MARKET* PORK
PRODUCTS at 1M S.W. ath Street.
Miami. Florida, lntenda to segle'er
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dnde Countv. Flo |c i
\NTON SCHMIDT, Sole Owner
GOLDMAN GOLDSTEIN
Attorneys 'or Rel*trant
IS03 W. Flagler St.. Miami. Fla.
5/30,6/6-13-20 __ -__________-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREB3 GIVEN that
r^STBROSRV^
Clerk
''"'""^ """SlSm. OLTCKICK
N '' 11'st 'I.
Miami, Fl"
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