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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Combining THE JEWISH VNHY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Number 23
Miami, Florida, Friday, June 6, 1958
Two Sections 24 Pages Price 20*
Anti-Semitism Rising in Wake of de Gaulle
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
PARKConcern was expressed
here Tuesday at the rising inci-
dence of anti-Jewish manifesta-
tions attributed to an outlawed
semi-Fascist youth group which
has been particularly active dur-
ing the last three days of political
tension here and to other reac-
tionary elements which were
among those to climb the de
Gaulle bandwagon.
The outlawed extremist group,
Jeune Nation, has plastered the
walls of Paris in recent days with
anti-Jewish slogans.
Croups her* representing the
French settlers in North Africa,
the "Colons/' have also under-
taken ni- Jewish agitation
charging that "foreign Jews" are
getting the best jobs.
Observers here are quick to
point out that anti-Semitism is no
part of Gen. Charles de Gaulle's
policy and to recall that when
Gen. de Gaulle established his
government in France on the
country's liberation in 1944, his
Commissioners of the Republic,
through whom the central regime
exercised authority throughout
the country, were quick to aid
the Jewish refugees as they
emerged from the underground
and sought to reestablish their
identity.
(TON CHWCNM
rfaaf requirement
NEVER -
New French Cabinet Includes Top
Posts Filled by Friends of Israel
ion Opens
Churchill
\e Building
(JTA) With Prime
i v i d Ben-Gurion and
[notables in attendance,
Itorium. named after
lurchill, was dedicated
eekend on the new Mt.
npus of Technion, the
stitute of Technology.
>rticipants in the cere-
Miss Sarah Churchill,
j Sir Winston, who read
rom her distinguished
bent also was Dr. Hans
itein, son of the late
Einstein.
I 11 r ho had sont
its daughter. Sir Win-
|red: "I have boon a
many years, and I
pleasure and admira-
naturing of the State of
the British older states-
that he considers the
pf Israel's technical ap-
only "commendable"
Inued on Pago 5 A
PARIS(JTA>Gen. Charles de Gaulle's assumption of the Pre-
miership of France will require increased activity on the part of Israel
to explain its policy to France, but at the same time Israel is assured
of powerful friends among the leading figures in the de Gaulle Cabinet.
Well informed circles here have been chary of Israel's stake in the
situation, because of the lack of clarity with respect to the General's
foreign policies. However, it seems quite certain that Gen. de Gaulle
.;.-------------------------------------
sis on Israel. Their point was there
was no need to antagonize further
Arab sentiment in North Africa.
will attempt to strengthen French ties with elements in North Africa
hostile to the Algerian rebels. Since the Algerian nationalists draw
both moral and material support from Nasser, there is not likely to be
any meeting ground between de Gaulle and Nassera situation which
may hold benefit for Israel.
However, even before the current French political crisis, many
elements in French public life had favored, and instituted, a de-empha-
Moanwhilo, circles close to Is-
rael drew some comfort from the
announcement Monday that Guy
Mollot would ho Vice Premier in
do Gaulle's Cabinet, that Antoine
Pinay, Piorr* Pflimlin and Felix
Hcuphouet-Boigny would b *
members of the ministerial coun-
cil. All are distinguished friends
of Israel. Mollot was Premier of
Franco during the Suez operation
and Houphouet-Boigny had ac-
companied Mrs. Golda Moir, Is-
rael's Foreign Minister, during
her recent tour of French Equa-
torial Africa.
SEEN NEUTRAL
Among those political and busi-
ness leaders reportedly considered
for important Cabinet posts in re-
cent days were two French Jews.
They are Wilfred Baumgartner,
governor general of the Bank of
France, and David Block-Lainne,
one of the country's leading indus-
Continued on Page 12 A
Jews Not Asked
To Take Stand
In Algeria Crisis
isident Says Ike Doctrine
in't Cover Israel Needs
iINGTON--President Eisenhower this week offered an
Jtion of the Eisenhower Doctrine and the Mansfield Amend-
apparenty excluded Israel from the Near Eastern states that
States might help to defend against non-Communist aggres-
____________________+ The- President's interpretation
was given to his press conference
in response to a question on the ef-
fect of the Mansfield Amendment
on the original doctrine which was
aimed to prevent Communist ag-
gression. The President sought to
clarify authority under the doc-
trine but his comments did not ap^
Dly to the Tripartite Declaration of
1950 a different measure to bar
aggression in the Middle East.
Under the interpretation of his
powors given by the Pr.s.d.nt
th. United States is empowered
to intervene in defense of certain
Near Eastern states even if the
source of the aggression were
^-Communist. He defined
those states as "friendly gov-
ernment, "with which w. h.v.
PARIS (JTA) The Jewish
community of Algeria has not been
asked to identify itself with the
new military-Gaullist regime in
that North African territory, it was
learned here Tuesday from a re-
liable source who has just returned
from Alt iers.
The failure to invite the Algerian
Jews to make a public statement
of their views is seen as signifi-
cant here, in view of the fact that
virtually all bodies and communi-
ties in Algeria have been asked
to state their views.
It is interpreted as a sign that
the new regime considers the Jews
neither for nor against the military.
Thh fits into the generally accep-
ted thought here that in the Jew-
ish community of Algeria, as in
the population at large, can be
found individuals of every political
conviction.
The same source reported that
there has not been a single anti-
Semitic incident in Algeria during
the past fortnight, when de Gaul-
list civilians and the military mov-
ed toward control of the territory.
100 Jordanians in Battle
To Enter Israel Through
Bloody Mt. Scopus Drive
TEL AVIV(JTA)Israel police shot and wounded a member of a
group of Jordanians who crossed into Israeli territory in the Mt. Scopus
enclave, a military spokesman announced Monday. The intruder's con-
dition is unknown.
The Israel government charged that the intrusion was a further
development of a Jordanian plot to drive Israel from its enclave atop
the height. Observers here view this as the possible beginning of one
of the gravest crises in Israel-Jordan relations since the War of
Liberation.
The incident, the second in two*-
lians Demand
lal Treatment
(JTA) The Federal
of Italian Evangelical
|s. a Protestant body, Tues-
uested the Italian Govern-
give full an equal treat-
all religions. The Council,
bat religious freedom in the
I was threatened by restric-
lulations left over from the
ni regime, said that the
government had failed to
but in full the constitutional
]Ues of full and free equal-
Ireliyion.
days, began when a party of 30
Arabs from Issawia Village at-
tempted to march down a road
within Israel-held territory. They
were warned off, but later a party
of about 100, armed with knives
and axes and drawn up in march-
ing formation by Jordanian troops
who hung back behind them, at-
tempted to penetrate the Israeli
roadblock. Warned back, they con-
tinued on and the patrol fired on
them, breaking up the attempt to
violate Israel territory.
Joseph Tokoah, head of the Is-
rael Foreign Ministry's armis-
tice affairs department, later ex-
pressed the Israel government's
concern over developments.
"What wo aro faced with here,"
Continued on Page 2A
Conversion Report
Seen Exaggerated
NEW YORK (JTA) Gustav
Stern, New York communal lead-
er, who just returned from Japan
where he was received by Prince
Mikasa, declared that there is "a
small group of Japanese intellectu-
als who are intensely interested in
Judaism and Israel," but described
as "exaggerated and unfounded re-
cent reports of large-scale conver-
sions of Japanese to Judaism.
At a press conference held here
Stern reported that he had discus-
sed the question of the alleged
Continued on Pago 7A____
Wrestlers Pinned for iHml Hitler'
Continued on P9 5 *
ATLANTA, Ga.-(JTA)A ris-
ing tide of viewer protest against
a weekly "Live Atlanta Wrest-
ling" program on WLWA, local
television station, brought an end
this week to a performance by
two of the groaners in which they
gave Nazi salutes and shouted
-Heil Hitler."
It was a routine procedure for
one member of the team, ostens-
ibly made up of two Germans, to
announce: "We are Germans. We
are a master race. We don't want
to stay in America where we re-
ceive unfair decisions."
Norman Shavin, TV-radio edi-
tor of the Atlanta Journal, pub-
lished a comment from Howard
Hairo, secretary of the Atlanta
Athletic Commission, who said
the wrestlers' act was designed
to make people hate them but
there was nothing in rules for
professional wrestling against the
act. Ho added he thought the two
wrestlers wore "just a couple of
Tennessee hillbillies.
Karl Schoenbach, West German
consul in Atlanta, said he met
with one of the "German" wrest-
lers and urged him to stop his
act. Schoenbach said the wrest-
ler, who couldn't speak a word of
German, said "he was doing it
just for fun." The consul said that
"if there were any legal way to
stop this, we would take it up im-
mediately."
When complaints reached How-
ard Rowe. promotion manager for
the station, he called in Paul
Jones and Don Mclntyre. promo-
ters of the program, who agreed
that the pro-Nazi demonstrations
were in bad taste. The promoters
agreed also to halt the act.
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Jordanians in Renewed Battle to Enter Israel
Continued from Paga 1 A
he said, "is a concertratad Jor-
danian campaign to un^armina
our position on Mt. Scopus, and
perhaps beyond that."
The Israeli spokesman
the largest of several incidents
since the May 26 clash on Mt.
Sconus in which 1'ni'ed Na'ions nta-
| server Lt. Col. George A. Flint and
four Israeli policemen died. Te-
koah's charges, accompanied by a
statement that the Arabs were not
(even villagers but appear to hive
been brought to the area by Jor
Ho_< tnie danian troops, put an al'oge'her
different color on the affair. Te-
koah listed a whole chain of Jor-
danian provocations since the May
ommented that Israel h3d evi-
ic:ice that it was a "well prepared
-nilitary ambush by Jordanian
forces brought specifically to Mt.
Scopus for that purpose."
After that clash, he noted. Israel
had warned the Issawia villagers
to stay out of Israel territory. Four
roads lead in and out of the village,
three fro"i Jordan and one through
?6 af'rap. Of that incident. TVkoah the Israeli enclave.' Irt view of the
Center Reveals ..
Mew Appointment
New appointments to the Miami
YM & YWHA Branch board of di-
rectors of the Greater Miami Jew- j
i-h Community Center were an-
nounced Wednesday by Mrs. i
George A. Simon. Branch president.
Appointments of chairmen to the
growing number of committees in-,
elude Milton Spool, house commit-1
tee; Phil Kent, budget committee;
Mrs. Walter Fe.ltra.an. summer day
camp committee: Walter Feltman,
adult activities committc: Dr.
Norman Gladsden. Golden Age pro-
gram committee; Mrs. Theodore
Lomaskin. after school committee.
The Miami "Y" Branch board
has undertaken as its major pro-
jects for the summer establish-
ment of a summer day camp schol-
arship fund, an air-conditioned
lounge.
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WORLD'S LARGEST
Men Slate Rabbi Okolica
Men's Club of North Dade Jew-
ish Center will hold a Sunday
morning breakfast, with spiritual
leader Rabbi Henry Okolica as
guest speaker. The club is also
organizing a Junior Men's Club for
hoys 13 to 17 years old. In charge
of information is Seymour Esbin.
I RabbiUrerOff
On Israel Tour
Rabbi Isaac If. Lerer. spiritual
leader of Monticello Park Congre-
gation, will visa Israel this sum-
mer.
He plans to arrive there some-
time in mid-June, and will stay
through the first week in August.
Principal purpose of the trip is a
family reunion. Rabbi Lerer last
saw his family 11 years ago.
"1 am also going to Israel be
cause I believe an adjustment to
a living religion is being accomp-
lished there today." Rabbi Lerer
explained Wednesday.
"This represents a genuine ad-
justment of both life and religion
to this modern age. I feel it is the
duty of every rabbi to acquaint
himself with this spirit."
Rabbi Lerer will be feted by the
congregation Sunday evening at a
joint installation of officers of the
Mollie Kahaner Auxiliary and con-
gregation. Rabbi Samuel Lerer.
of Temple Beth Sholem of Holly-
wood will officiate.
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UM Will Offer
Russian Courses
Intensive Russian courses will
be offered by the University of Mi-
ami's Evening Division beginning
June 16.
A four-credit beginning course
will be taught by Dr. Berthold C.
Friedl. professor of Russian and
chairman of the Slavic section of
the South Atlantic Modem Lan-
guage Assn. The course will in-
clude lectures on Russian history
and literature.
Students will meet Monday
through Friday from 6:25 to 9:10
p.m. Course ends July 23.
Also scheduled during the first
summer session is an intermediate
course in Russian offering six
credits. Instructors will be Mrs.
Eva Friedl. These Cources mark
the beginning of an annual sum-
mer pro-.-ram in Russian studies at
UM.
Fund-Raising Dance
Young People's Friendship Club
will present a "June Night" dance
at the Fred Astaire Dance Studio.
276 Miracle Mile. Coral Gables.
Date is June 28. This will be a do-
nation dance for the building fund
of Temple Pesach Tikvah.
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tension. Israel warned the '.raos
against using the road and at the
same time asked United Nations
truce headquarters to search the
village for armsit should be de-
militarized completely under exist-
ing agreements.
It ves pointad cot Kara Mon-
day that the Arabs have been in
illegal pessessien of the villas*
for the past ten years. The vil-
lage lias within the Israeli sec-
tor en the height and should have
bain claerrd ef all Inhebitenfs in"
1*41. In the past few years the
Israeli pence have given up pa-
trolling the village and prog res-
sivefy the Jordanian* heve taken
dei fee** control. Israel believes
nW the- march of the armed
Arabs today was an attempt by
Jordan to either provoke an in-
cident or creete a fait accompli
giving Jordan the right to use
the road through the Isreeli en-
clave.
Jordan requested that United Na-
tions observers be placed on the
road where Monday's clash occur-
red. Since this road is clearly in-
side Israel territory, the Jordanian
move was viewed as additional evi-
dence of its attempt to undermine
Israel's authority on Mt. Scopus.
The report of the UN investiga-
tion of the May 26 affair, com-
pleted Sunday through the ques-
tioning of witnesses but without an
on the spot inquirythe Jordan-
ians would n<
^toeinvestiSSS^u^
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the late Col. Fnnt as chair? *
the Mixed Armistice c0Zuf
Ttar Jordan PrewreSul
day that Iraq, troops hTbcen^'
tegreted" with Jordanian uJ
naire* along Jordan's wcMernlw
dere. This means that Ira* ^
are now stationed along the ltt-.
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Friday. June 6, 1958
JmisBirhrkHan
Pi Lambda Phi Gives Paul Marks 1958
Civic Betterment Award at Local Affair
3-A
Paul H. Marks, Miami attorney
th SSTSS.' has been Panted
the 1P58 civic achievement award
tirf m^a Phi' lareest >n-sec-
tcd StateT fratcrnitv in ^c Uni-
The award, highest honor be-
stowed by the fraternity, was pre-
sented to Marks by the fraternity's
national council at a ceremony in
Westview Country Club.
Music Students
Receive Awards
Intermediate and advanced class
of piano students were presented
in recital Sunday 'at the home of
their teacher, Miss Anyuta Meli-
cow. 932 15th st
National, state and district mem-
ber awards won recently in the Na-
tional Piano Guild auditions wi-.e
presented to Alan Busch, Nelsa
Gidney, Pat Elkind, Judy Jacobs.
Susan Jacobs and Charlotte Ot-
chin.
Miss Melicow is a member of the
Miami and Florida State Music
Teachers Assn. and. the National
Guild of Piano Teacuers.
Feinstein Named
Camp Director
Samuel Friedland, president of
Temple Emanu-El, Wednesday an-
nounced the appointment of Milton
Feinstein as director of the Tem-
ple's summer day camp which com-
mences June 23.
Feinstein is a graduate of the
University of Kentucky, where he
received his MA degree. He ser-
ved three years in the Army Air
Force as a physical training spe-
cialist, after which he held the
position of teacher and coach at
Stearns University in Kentucky.
Feinstein's background includes
aquatic director of the Tri -State
Boy Scout Camp; athletic director
for Camp Meacham in Cincinnati,
O.; summer recreation director at
Lake Wales, Fla.; program direc-
tor and head of the boy's division
at Camp Pinewood in North Caro-
lina.
He has also served as a Youth
Counselor at the Temple Emanu-El
Sunday morning youth breakfasts,
and is currently teaching Ameri-
can history and serving as football
coach at Miami Beach Senior High
School.
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Among those proton* at tho
ceremony and reunion of area
Pi Lam's wore William Molnikor,
Pt Supreme Rex and prosident
> Loow's International, and
Jack Bochheit, national execu-
tive secretary.
In 1946 Marks, president of Flag-
ler Federal Savings and Loan
Assn., and a member of one of
South Florida's oldest families, re-
ceived. Vcertificate^ awifc-trom
the national council for his activi-
ties in the establishment of a chap-
VrL31 lhe Universi,y of Miami. In
1955, he received the "National
Council Key" for his aid in the
building of a new fraternity house
at the University of Florida.
A native of Key West and a
oraduate of the University of
Florida, Marks has been active
in the Orange Bowl committee,
the Oade County Bar Assn., and
is past president of the Univer-
sity of Florida Alumni of Miami.
Two and a half years ago, Marks
founded Flagler Federal Savings
and Loan Assn. of Miami, located
at 100 NE 2nd ave. Flagler Fed-
eral broke the national record for
savings in its first year of opera-
tion. The association is planning
to open a branch office soon in the
Biscayne Shopping Plaza.
Marks lives at 671 NE 105th st.,
Miami Shores, with his wife, Mar-
tha, and there three children.
Rally Plans
Shaping Up
Theodore M. Trushin, chairman
of the committee planning the pa-
triotic rally sponsored by Miami
Beach B'nai B'rith Lodge, announ-
ced Wednesday that Flamingo
Park has been approved as the lo-
cation of the Independence Day
celebration for July 3.
Jack Woody, director of the rec-
reational department for Miami
Beach, has reserved the band shell
for the lodge. Jack Fink said the
Miami Federation of Musicians
will provide music.
Committee planning the rally in-
clude Gerald S. Berkell, co-chair-
man, Harry H. Cohen, Jack M.
Fink, Herbert L. Heiken, Harry
Milton Lazar, Sidney A. Levy, Ed-
win Marger, Henry M. Waitzkin.
Mother of the Year
Workmen's Circle Women's Club
692 recently celebrated Mother's
Day. Mrs. Anna Kalmansen was
picked "Mother of the Year." She
is club secreary.
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Season's Final
Meeting Slated
Ben-Gurion Branch of Farband
will hold its final meeting of the
season Wednesday evening at the
Israelite Center.
Irving Sachs, president, said the
cultural portion of the program
will be devoted to a showing of the
latest film from Israel.
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current events led by Manuel Bur-
stein. Social hour will follow under
the direction of Mrs. Solomon Hal-
peri n.
Local CPA Garners
Honorable Mention
Leslie Harold Levinson, of 711
NE 29th st., Miami, has won honor-
able mention for the Elijah Watt
Sells awards.
Levinson was among the seven
highest scoring candidates taking
all four parts of- the uniform certi-
fied Public Accountant examina-
tion last November.
Some 12,298 candidates
throughout the 48 states. District
of Columbia and jpur territories
took frf~xafhinat"ion,"which vAV
administered by the state boards
of accountancy.
The Elijah Watt Sells awards
were established in 19 2 4 by the
American Institute of Certified
Public Accountants, in memory of
the late Mr. Sells, a pioneer in the
development of the accounting pro-
fession.
Levinson, who attended night
school at the University of Miami,
was graduated magma cum laude
with a BBA degree.
He joined the accounting firm
of Rosen thai and Groden after hav-
ing served two years with the U.S.
Army.
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Volume 32 Number 23
Friday. June 6. 1958
18 Siran 5718
A Gift to Dr. Rosenberg
The Greater Miami Jewish community has
taken the occasion to honor Federation's execu-
tive director.
Dr. Benjamin B. Rosenberg was presented
with a trip to Israel by a group of community
leaders, acting in behalf of Federation, at the
organization's 20th annual meeting Sunday.
The gift, as an added measure ot esteem,
also extends the invitation to Mrs. Rosenberg.
Occasion for the presentation was Dr.
Rosenberg's fifth anniversary as Federation's
executive director. We join the community in
feeling that they have been five good years
years filled with progress. During this time, the
Combined Jewish Appeal showed a marked in-
crease in its fund-raising activities here.
During this time, also. Federation planning
has foreeeen and brought to fruition numerous
expanded, as well as several new programs,
all designed to serve the ever broadening
needs cf Greater Miami Jewry.
Federation is the community's agency.
Staffed with competent professionals and in-
(dustrious civic leaders, it is nonetheless an or-
ganization that demands a knowing hand at
the helm. Since his arrival here five years ago.
Dr. Rosenberg has provided Federation with
this essentialhas helped coordinate its activi-
ties in harmony with the gamut of our philan-
thropic workers
The community's gift to Dr. Rosenberg Sun-
day is an expression of thanks for his guiding
hand heretofore, as well as of confidence in
even greater joint achievement tomorrow.
Absolutism and Bigotry
Events unfolding in France today may not
be particularly happy for the Jewish .commun-
ity there. During the past few months, we read
with a degree of deepening concern reports of
stirring errrti-Semitism among the French
people.
- These may very well have been forerun-
ners of Gen. fnnrlvs de Gaulle's spectacular
rise to dictatorial powers.
Anti-Semitism is no stranger to France; but
neither is it a stranger elsewhere in the world.
What makes it unusual in France today is that
it should appear as a virtual aftermath of "ex-
cessive democracy."
It is this "excessive democracy," France's
heretofore fanatical fear of parliamentary rep-
resentation as both the United States and Great
Britain know it, and her alternative insistence
that each splinter political opinion be heard,
that paved the way for dictator de Gaulle.
Whatever his military achievements, past
or futureand the French have seised upon him
as a last possible solution to their military prob-
lems in North AfricaGen. de Gaulle is a self-
confessed absolutist. Where absolutism reigns,
there bigotry reigns also.
1958 Nan of the Year
On the even of his reelection to a second
term as president of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation. Tau Epsilon Phi. national collegiate
fraternity, last week selected Aaron M. Kanner
"Man of the Year for 1958."
Kanner s leadership in Federation is a
measure of his civic-mindedness, for which the
fraternity honored him.
His many years of service to his commun-
ity are an outgrowth of Kanner's formative ex-
perience as a leader. It is notable that in 1925
he was a founder of Tau Alpha chapter of his
fraternity on the University of Florida campus.
Since that time, his preeminence has been
such as to win for him Tau Alpha's "Service
Key" back in March on the occasion of the
chapter's dedication of the new TEP House in
Gainesville.
The dedication also saw the establishment
of an Aaron M. Kanner Service Trophy, to be
awarded yearly to a member of bis fraternity
rendering the most outstanding service to Tau
Epsilon Phi at the U of F.
Service is thus a distinguished Kanner hall-
mark, which redounds to the benefit of Greater
Miami Jewry, who will next year for a second
time launch under Kanner's Lender ship its prin-
cipal community and humanitarian endeavor
th* Combined Jewish Appeal of 1969.
No Retatiatiom fovmd lift ..
Making a Good Beginning
If the Kennedy Bill introduced on the floor
of the Senate last week does nothing else, it
serves to keep before the public the still-un-
solved bombings and attempted bombings in
Miami. Jacksonville, Nashville and Birming-
ham.
This is more important than it seems on its
face, for interest in the bombings is at low ebb.
Atty. Gen. William P. Rogers position that the
case is beyond the jurisdiction of the Federal
Government adds to the oblivion into which it
has fallen.
Sen. Kennedy's bill is designed to spike
the Attorney General's mnuuceauon af Federal
responsibility. If adopted, it would prohibit the
transportation of explosives in interstate com-
merce or the possession of explosives transport-
ed in interstate commerce with the knowledge
or intent that they will be used in violation of
Federal or State law.
As it stands, the provisions of the bill seem
much too vague. Prior knowledge of intended
violation would be extremely difficult to prove.
Without such proof, the proposed legislation
might just as well not exist.
What it comes down to is that the fantastic
number of terrorist incidents during the past
year and a half. 47 in all. indicates an emerg-
ing pattern of chaos in the South, reaching far
beyond the narrow limit of local and State law
enforcement agencies. The Federal Govern-
ment's repudiation of its responsibility is based
on political considerations surrounding the seg-
regation-desegregation battle.
The Kenny Bill, while laudable, is too inert
even in its initial stages to hope to deal either
with this repudiation af responsibility or with
the political considerations motivating it. None-
theless, it prods the public's conscience into re-
membering that Houses of Worship have been
bombed in Miami and elsewhere in the South
and that nothing has been accomplished by
way of apprehending the culprits.
The Kennedy Bill is a good beginningbut
only a beginning.
Talianoff Steps {town
George J. Talianoff this week steps down
from five years of leadership as chairman of
the Florida regional advisory board af the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai B'rith.
These years have seen a staggering rate
of growth in the Jewish community here and
throughout Florida.
They have also seen an equally stagger-
ing number of civil libertarian problems, rang-
ing in significance from offenders of anti-dis-
criminatory advertising laws to segregationists
who bomb synagogues as a sign of their oppo-
sition to the May, 1954 Supreme Court ruling.
Under these circumstances, the ADL has
kept pace with the rigorous demands upon its
professional staff and lay leadership. To Tali-
anoff goes noteworthy credit for the staunch
support be has brought Ike League in some of
its most difficult decisions and complex activ-
ities.
during the week
i see it
by 110 MINDLII

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viee president of tha iiI?,*IBM
* *Um., Sunday ^"^t,
"*8 of the Klnri*mmI
the-Anti-Defama,

j *ckuc i annual I
Abess Award in Human Relations. He took the historic.!
subject, and came up with a number of lucid observ.i!! *'** "J
u-;n;._- .... n ik-____i___,_ i___r ... .. '""lions. A.
Williams sees it, the moderate is virtually the cornersarm ** ^1
civilization. There have always been extreme left and!^* ****' I
spokesmen, but it is the vast body of mederates who .r'!?8 riKh,l
continuum of the world in which we live. wed a tail
Totalitarian attitudes on either side of the political see*
captured the mass imagination at odd times in human hisiwSJ'H
..ff^cHte^oafihhas.in eac,h iositgee rrianaged^e^r^*H
sanityat least unTil our own era. The ii^viduaTrtorl^ag'K.^I
hams declared, may not carry his tune well. in tonclrT^/'1"
countless neighbors, however, he has sung happily and wlii M
perhaps a bit off key. v a "-* A
This view of the world in which we live no longer ohuie.
cording to the UM vice president, the moderate is silent and J^"'
waiting for others to launch the downbeat. n*~;~ "H
~,....ik nim 'u kiuiii-ii wc uvwnueai. Becoming '
sonal and exhibiting precisely the kind of courage that woi Per"
ADL sward. Dr. Williams pointed to himself as a case in point V"
to his appointment as director of community relations. thVnr',.. ?r
only vaguely tolerated his wide identification with civic
*n hie tb
point-
the university I
here The appointment ultimately offered this identification""&*", I
university sanction. muaal
Nonetheless, Dr. Williams confessed, he was under pre-arriiu>i i
obligation to make it clear to his Anti-Defamation League audirv.'
that the opinions expressed during the course of his addros T I
purely his own and did not necessarily reflect those of the I'mvemt!
of Miami.
IN TERMS OF his subject matter, this was more cogent indictment,
the moderate's conspiracy of silence than any other illustrate ha
could muster. It is bad enough when a presumable center of higher
learning words its safeguards in the legalism of cheap television an
motion picture drama. It is not only hypocrisy but intellectual div
honesty when such a center frames a regulation to go on record ti
being philosophically divorced from iU designated spokesman in the I
community.
For one would expect a university, above all other things, to sym-1
boiize moderation moderation in the strictest Aristotelian sense.
Denial by safeguard mechanisms of the view it pretends to espouse I
plays into the hands of the enemies of moderationwho, incidentally
are also frequently the enemies of higher education It is these eat-'
mies who encourage the denial in the first place; it is they who gather
strength by rejection of truth where truth must be more sacred thu |
almost anywhere else.
Thus, Dr. Williams' historical view showed the moderate at a.
impasse, with society longing forbut separated fromthe voice if
its most eloquent singer. That the singer is not to be beard among *
gains sdded significance in the UM vice president's own facile sub-
stitution of moderate for liberal. Infinitely more meaningful in tarmi
of the contemporary political status, liberal is also infinitely more re-
pugnant to that which has genersted the silence among us. For fibril
is the "left of center" concept fostered by a currently anathou Net
Deal. j
Moderate, on the other hand, is at least precisely dead center,
where massive conformity lies.
u -:. .;- : .;.
IT IS CONFORMITY more than any other characteristic that marks
the moderate, Dr. Williams observed. Conformity is the musical
language of the vast middle class symphony. But those who pipe the
tune today are few and far between. Virtually alone, their off-key
sounds make them excessively conspicuous and doubly subject to crit-
icism. They are easily singled out by both the extreme left and ex-
treme right. Recognised as the final personification of the moderate'
strength, they are immediately labeled enemies of society.
The moderate, previously bludgeoned into silence, in turn, join
the jackals' chorusrepudiates his erstwhile class so that it may net
betray his now unfashionable past affiliations.
Dr. Williams discussed integration as a case in point. Th* mod-
erate, be declared, must choose between principles and desire te
order. On the one hand, the moderate has consistently maintain*
a scrupulous obedience to law. On the other, with bombing inddaB
to strengthen the threat, he is told by vocal segregationists that hit
position will breed violence.
The moderate. Dr. Williams asserted, in this case becomei i
social catatonic schizophrenic. Incapable of making such an impos-
sible choice, he does nothing, leaving action to the new singers among
usthose irora the left and the right. Some, be charged, try to coer
abandonment of principle by declaring that there are two laws in cm
flict and that (he causer one must be obeyed. An example here. I sup-
pose, is the Southern governor, who advances his segregationist atiu-
iatiens en the .ground (hat he is bound to uphold both the constitution
and customs of his state in favor of the more removed U. S. Supreme
Court ruling.
-:- -: -: -: :
CTILL OTHBRS, in Dr. WrlHsms' view, feebly remark that the l*
** m mcenflict and that only subsequent court decisions can clan T
them. -Since when." he asked, "have Americans waited for coun
decisions .where principles ate at stake?"
In sum. Dr. Williams catled for the moderates once again
to tail
the leadto reassert the jajaifiirr" of the role they hare |M^''"J
lly Played in Western .society. There is litUe queun ""l?"* J
tune-piping moderates among us require great courage. 1ie"rtj|
however, greet question that they necessarily meet disaster ai
hands ef the-enemy.
.Rep. John*, err, Jr.. lest jrear's ADL Leonard Abess A"j]2 '
ner. djd not-satceemb to the iseksls' chorus-piped up instead n ^
tune on election eve to seal, as many said, his political suKt
reward her?. Dr. Williams noted, wss Rep. Orr's return to office^ ^
I entertain somewhere a lurking suspicion that his r**a'**l.
more than that. It lay principally is the battle for social P^JJ
where the moderate ceases being a potent factor and where we ^
signujresee of the liberal emerges. For here, the ata*^;orm.
moderate liberal equation manifests itself most clearly: here^* m
ity has no place. Rep. Orr spoke out despite the threat of *
himself from the prevalent viewt-aot because of its reraienc .
And so. ioo, did Dr. Williams spaj. out SuaVlay-despite
that he was .rjeauired by regulation to dissociate him '. :,n
prevalent view, not because-of h. Should free men
PVerywbere j
Dr. Williams, as is devoutly to be hosed, they miU enct f*J^far.nl,tv,
ing jointly as m^eyt gene by. Bat the ssiaos will aol becom ^ ^
for free men sang independently even whea ahey sang*
this that makes them seem slightly off key.


Friday. June 6. 1958
*JmisiiIhriaUas
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Teachers' Pension Plan Launched
Bfraim H. Gale, executive di-
rector of Gteater Miami Jew-
fch Community Center, was
Sleeted a Vice ft*tiid*t of
National Assn. of Jewish Cen-
ter Workers at its annual con-
ference in Chicago last week.
Gale is also chairman of
Southern chapter of NAJCW.
to
the Cditor
jCetter0
EDITOR, Tho Jewish Floridian:
In the last issue of the month of
May. your columnist and executive
editor! Leo Mindlin, surpassed him-
self in courage and original ideas.
"The confetti parade New York
City gave Van Cliburn on his re-
turn from Russia," writes Leo
Mindlin, "is one of the most dis-
honest things that occurred here in
a long time." It takes courage to
stand up against popular move
ments and take issue even with the
President of the United States. Mr.
Mindlin did just that. "I am not
aware." he writes, "that Mr. Eisen-
hower has as yet received Leon
Fleiiber ... or Eugene Istomin at
the White House. These young men
are certainly Van Cliburn's peers."
In fact, Mr. Mindlin feels, Isto-
min is far superior. Mr. Mind-
lin, no doubt, would contidor my
late nephew William Kapell as
Iso superior to Cliburn. William
Kapell was known as the groat
American young pianist. Ho was
enthusiastically received in
South America, Europe and Aus-
tralia. Israol gave him the
greatest ovation.
Yet there was never a confetti
parade in New York when he re-
turned from his triumphant tours
which brought honor to America.
"': thrn all the excitement
about Van Cliburn? Mr. Mindlin
gives the answer: "We look upon
Cliburn as a hero who met and
ranouished the hallowed citadel of
Russian art i If we have not
been able to beat the Russians- at
missile-making, we at least beat
them at something."
Mr. Mindlin'i column was so im-
pressive that our discussion group,
led by Chaim Rose, educational di-
rector of the Miami Beach Recrea-
tion Department, devoted the en-
tire evening to it. The grdup nteets
very other Friday night at the
home of Mr. and'Mrs. Emanuel.'on
Star Island.
^Last Friday, Mr. Rose reed the
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. A na-
tonal pension plan for Jewish ed-
ocationa] personnel will go in'.o ef-
fect this winter, it was announced
Ike Doctrine
Not for Israel
Continued from Pago 1A
associations like military assist-
ance and so on." The United
States has entered into such pro-
grams benefiting Lebanon, Jor-
dan, Iraq and Saudi Arabia but
it ha refuted to extend such a
program to Israel.
Recent interpretations of U.S.
authority under the Mansfield
Amendment are not different from
the view taken at the time of adop-
tion of the Middle East resolution,
the President said. He added that
he was not sure his concept of the
I Amendment was legally correct
but that it was his own interpreta-
tion at this time.
When the Eisenhower Doctrine
was adopted it was first believed
that the United States could mili-
tarily intervene only in support of
a Near Eastern state attacked by
either an outright Communist state
or one controlled by Communism.
Recently, commenting on the pos-
sibilities in Lebanon, Secretary of
State Dulles pointed to the Mans-
field Amendment as a possible au-
thority for U.S. military action un-
der the doctrine even if the aggres-
sion were not actually from a Com-
munist-controlled source.
Wednesday by Philip w. Lown.ilU Effects on Education," stated
president of the American Assn. I that it is high time to restore to
hr.M- w EdUcat,on- which is organized Jewish community life
noiaing its 19th annual meeting f the historical position and primary
aV Pennon plan is sponsor-, significance of Jewish educational
ed by the association in coopera- endeavor. "The community's du-
tion with other Jewish educationally," Dr. Pilch pointed out, "is not
agencies. |0iy t0 gjve morai anA financial
In addition, a preamble to a na-'support to individual schools,
tional code of practice for Jewish school systems or bureaus of Jew-
religious schools has been worked
out, and will be submitted to the
school boards and community
agencies for Jewish education
throughout the country for consicT
eration and adoption. The pre-
amble, Lown said, outlines the ba-
sic responsibilities and rights of
teaching staffs.
Dr. Judah Pilch, executive di-
rector of the Assn., in discussing
"The Changing Community aad
ish education, but to become con-
cerned with the quality of educa-
tion that these schools provide for
our children and youth."
Br. Pileh appealed for greater
support and moral encouragement
to central agencies for Jewish ed-
ucation and particularly to the
community Hebrew schools that
are now struggling for their exist-
ence.
Outgoing Chiefs
Presented Gifts
Temple Zion and its Sisterhood
held joint installation of officer?
Sunday at the Temple.
Harold Saxe is new Temple pres-
ident, and Mrs. Alfred Lampcrt is
new Sisterhood president. Install-
ing officer was Rabbi Alired Wax-
man.
Outgoing presidents Jesse Teit-
ler and Mrs. Ellwood Goldberg,
presented the gavels to the incom-
ing chief executives.
Teltler was given a plaque "for
two terms of distinguished ser-
vice." Mrs. Goldberg was gifted
by members of Sisterhood with a
pair of sterling silver candlesticks
"in grateful aporeciation of ser-
vices rendered."
Co-chairmen of the evening were
Mrs. Sidney Goldbaum, for Temple,
and Mrs. Bernard Miller, for Sis-
terhood.
Winnie Says He's
[Zionist Forever
Continued from Pago 1 A
but also "perhaps the most ur-
gent requirement."
Ben-Gurion, replying to Sir Win-
son's letter, referred to Britain's
wartime Prime Minister as "the
greatest fighter for freedom in our
generation." Expressing pride in
the fact that Sir Winston permitted
his name to be used for the new |
auditorium, Mr. Ben-Gurion said: .
"This may be a recognition, by.
the greatest statesman of our day, |
that Israel's people too, are en-
dowed wth some share of the cour-
age, foresight and wisdom that in-
spired the great British leader."
Dr. Einstein, who was the prin-
cipal guests of honor of the dedica-
tion of another of Technion's four
new buildings, the Albert Einstein
Institute of Physics, expressed the
hope that the Institute bearing his
father's name would become a
center for technological progress
for the entire Middle East and for
other underdeveloped areas that
exist throughout the world.
Technion's boaTd of governors |
eld its annual meeting here Tues-
day night, and adopted a budget
of 9,000,000, ($4,950,000).
entire column to us, and we spent
the rest of the evening discussing
it.
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Israel Trip
For Director
Coming as a surprise Sunday, the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
presented its executive director.
Dr. Benjamin B. Rosenberg, with
a trip to Israel. The gift also in-
cludes an invitation for Mrs. Ros-
enberg.
The gift was made at the 20th
annual meeting of Federation at
the Americana hotel, and marks
the fifth anniversary smce Dr. Ro-
senberg's assumption of the post.
Plan* for presentation of the
9iff were executed by Greater
Miami leaders acting in behalf
ef Federation and the community
as an expression of gratitude for
Dr. Rosenberg's contributions in
his post. Harold Thurman, Fed-
eration vice president and pres-
ident of Miami National Bank,
turned the ticket* over to Dr.
Rosenberg before a gathering of
tome 50C community leaders.
Known nationally as a social
worker and community leader.
Rosenberg came to Greater Miami
in 1953. following six years as
library Launches favorite
film Series June 12
Miami Public Library will begin
a new series of film favorites
Thursday. June 12. with 1 and 8
p.m. showings of "Camille."
Directed by George Cukor for
MGM. this 1937 film stars Greta
Garbo and Robert Taylor. Adapted
from the Alexandre Dumas novel
by Zoe Akins. Frances Marion and
James Hilton, the film also fea-
tures Henry Daniell. Lenore L'lric.
Rex O'Malley, Laura Hope Crew-.
Jessie Ralph and Lionel Barry-
more.
Other films scheduled in this ser-
ies include "Pride and Prejudice,"
Naughty Marietta" and "Romeo
and Juliet." Tickets are required
for these film showings and they
are available at 6 p.m. on the Mon-
day preceding inch program at the
main library lor as long as they
last.
Anyone over 14 years of age may
obtain free tickets for the first
showing in the series at 6 p.m.,
Monday.
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Fund Drives, Community Relations Looming
Methods of dealing with multiple appeals and the possibility of the.can be no equality for
establishment of a Community Relation* Council were viewed as major
problems before the Jewish community at the 20th annual meeting f
the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Sunday.
Aaron M. Kanner. Miami attorney, was elected to his second suc-
cessive term as president of Federation at the meeting. Dinner chair-
man Sam Blank, a former Federation president and pioneer founder
of the organization, was unanimously elected honorary president.
In his report to the community.
Off. BINJAMIN ffOSfNIfffC
director of field service for the
Council of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds. In his capacity as.
director, he was responsible for
the functioning of eight regional
offices spanning the United States,
and acted as consultant on all prob-
lems of community organizations.
Prior to hi* petition with the
Council, he served as executive
director of the Jewish Commun-
ity Council in Dayton, O., from
1944 to 1947, where he wit re-
sponsible for carrying through
the successful merger of three
local agencies and organization
of the Council.
Dr. Rosenberg received his Doc-
tor of Philosophy degree in 1935
at Johns Hopkins University, and
his Bachelor of Arts and Master
of Arts degrees from Ohio State
University. His top scholarship
achievements earned for him a
membership in Phi Beta Kappa,
and he was designated a Universi-
ty Fellow in 1932. He has his di-
ploma from the New York School
of Social Work, where he also lec-
tured on community organization
and administration.
Miami Delegates
At ZOA Confab
Summer meeting of the adminis-
trative committee of the Southeast
region of the Zionist Organizattion
of America will take place in Or-
lando, 1-'la. Sunday, according to
Gil Rappaport, executive director
of the region.
Michael Adilman, of Savannah,
Ga., chairman of the committee,
governing body of the ZOA region
between yearly conferences, an-
ticipates a record turnout from the
Greater Miami districts.
On Saturday evening, June 7, the
Orlando Zionist district will be host
to a reception in honor of visiting
committee members and their
friends. Morris Simon, of Coral
Gables, honorary vice president of
the region, is in charge of arrang
ing local car pools and transporta-
tion. Joseph Alter, of Miami Beach
Dr. Benjamin B. Rosenberg, Fed-
eration executive director, told
some 500 persons gathered at the
20th anniversary event in the
Americana lintel that the United
Fund of Dade County and the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
are the two major fund-raising ana
planning arms of the area.
Declaring that his remarks
"are by no manner of means to
be interpreted as criticism of any
national organization that ha*
launched a fund drive here," Dr.
Rosenberg nonetheless warned
that this must not become "a
preyground" of campaigns with
out regard to the fundamental in-
terest* of the Jewish and non-
Jewish Miami communities.
Calling for a unified approach to
the problem of multiple appeals,
while citing the interrelationship
between the leadership of United
Fund and Federation, Dr. Rosen-
berg urged the need for a rapid
solution to unauthorized fund-rais-
ng in Greater Miami.
At the same time, he warned the
Jewish leaders of the possible im-
pact of insufficient coordination in
the community's human relations
agencies in the face of the recent
bombings of Jewish synagogues
and centers in the South.
Dr. Rosenberg said that three
national civic defense agencies
currently maintain offices here,
and that with several other major
organizations also devoted to this
work, Miami Jewry would soon
have to come to grips with a pro-
gram aimed at unifying the com-
munity's viewpoint in the area of
these civil liberties activities.
In his acceptance address, Kan-
ner, who wast last week named
"Man of the Year for 1958" by Tau
Epsilon Phi, national collegiate fra-
ternity, viewed Federation's 20
years of achievement from its for-
mative days and initial organiza-
tion meeting in 1938 at the home
of honorary president Blank.
ny of i
Committee for the Celebration of
Israel's Tenth Anniversary; pray-
er in behalf of the Jewish State by
Dr. Irving LdirmaiiHjjf XS *JU> +
Emanu-EI; and a response by Is-
rael Consul for Southeastern I'm
ted States Nahum Astar. Miami
attorney Irving Pardo presented
a program of musical selections.
Label Katz, president o f the
Southeast region of the Conference
of Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds, in the major address of the
evening, pointed to the need of Is-
rael's preservation as "a lesson
taught us in history. The Jews have
never found it easy-going. W e
don't know about the future; we
hope it will be better. But we do
know that the present is as diffi-
cult as has been the past."
For this reason, Katz declared,
"Israel must be assured of her
continued progress."
Turning to the segregation-in-
tegration battle, the CJFWF
Southeast region president said
that toe many American* suffer
not only "from a figment of the
imagination, but also from a
pigment of the imagination."
Until there is freedom and equal-
ity of opportunity for all, "there
-mber of bo^Xo"1
the South since January 1,
declared, has as y uSafi,
one culprit. "*xib
"I do not say that this i,.,
it does indicate police inem!
in such matters, and point*
need for governmental intj
tion."
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Dr. Morris Goodman, chair-
man of the 1958 Combined Jew-
ish Appeal, announced that $1,-
.180,000 has boon raised thus far
in the drive to aid SS health,
welfare, educational and religi-
ous institutions in Greater Mi-
ami, throughout the U.S. and
Israel.
The meeting aso included a sa-
lute to Israel by Stanley C. Myers,
chairman of the Greater Miami
from the Greater Miami area.
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Two Rabbis Bid farewell
Greater Miami Jewish clergy
Monday tendered a farewell lunch-
eon to Dr. Irving Lehrman of
Temple Emanu-EI, and Rabbi Al-
District. is in charge of attendance Ifred Waxman, of Temple Z ion .
Dr. Lehrman is leaving on a spec-
ial mission sposored by the Na-
tional Conference of Christians
and Jews, in which he will tour the
Iron Curtain countries. Rabbi
Waxman is leaving to visit his na-
tive land, England.
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HMRICK BAKAD
Forney Heads
2de Chapter
Irederitk Barad, Miami Beach
Lrney was installed president of
[Daiie Men's chapter, American
Lsh Congress, last week at the
Ley Plaza hotel. Rabbi Yaakov
lenberg, president of the Con-
ks South Florida Council, was
aiing officer.
Bared was born in Ciechotla-
kia and served with the tincaer-
.und during World War II. In
I time that he has been in the
Uited States, a perod of less
Ln 12 years, he has served in
.. U. S. Army in Korea, studied
, passed the Bar, and has been
| the practice of law for seven
ars.
ther officers installed are vice
sidents. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan
Leonard Friedland; corres-
ding secretary, Louis Hober-
n; recording secretatry, Joseph
fckenson; financial secretary,
ry Corn; and treasurer, Larry
Haul.
inversion Report
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Continued from Page 1 A
l>* conversions of Japanese to
laism vith rrincr- Mik-*>ssa. the
Ingest brother of the Emperor,
png an extended visit wi h the
nee in Tokyo last month. Prince
kasa. himself a serious student
Jewish religion and history, Mr.
rn said, confirmed "my find-
Is that no mass conversions of
panese to Judaism .have taken
Jce as was widely reported in
general and Jewish press."
Reporting on the status of the
wsh community in Japan, Stern
Ited that "the Jewish community
bsists mainly of American and
ropean Jews who live in Tokyo.
|ht after the war, they bought
state in Tokyo and with the
Pp of the National Jewish Wel-
Board built on this estate a
Bagogue. Today the Jewish
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southernmost point in UnMed Stele.. Cwre- olid Carrol Shatner. Slanging *Wth Fdbbi
monylock place at B'nai 2ion"CongregaQon. ScTiwartx is Mrs. SamuelXipshiti. school pnn-
Key Wtat. Ha. Rabbi Abraham Schwartz, cipal. B'nai Zion has a daily religious and
B'naiZlon spiritual leader, offers greetings and Sunday School.
congratulations. Shown are Janet Moore. Rani .. .
Religious
AOUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Cirlyl. av
Ortheeex. Rabbi laaac Evar.
Kri.l.n 7 ; .in Saturday I'JO .m. Bar-
in.n. "The Hotter nf Kndni.n

ANSHE EMES. 2535 W. 18th ava.
Nee Orthodox. Maxwell Silbarman.
preaiden*.
Dully eeivlcea 8:30 a.m. Saturday 9
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BETH DAVID. 2825 SW 3rd ava. Con.
aarvatlva. Rabbi Yaakov Roaanbarg.
Cantor William W. Lipaan
Friday B:la p m. sermon: "Summer'a
i ii.il.n-. Saturday 8:30 a.m. Mar
MlteTvah lion.iWI. aun of Mr. ami Mrs.
.In k l.asnrna; Ronald, aon of Mr. and
Mrs. Stanley Jamison.
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BETH EL. 800 SW 17th ava. Orthodox.
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ETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ava.
Conaervative Rabbi David W. Her-
ton. Cantor Hyman Fain.

BETH ISRAEL. 4000 frairie ave
Orthodox. Rabbi H. Lenta Rettman.
Friday 8:58 p.m. Saturday 8:45 a.m.
Sermon: "Weakly PorHon."
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Jews in Rites for Unknown Soldier
WASHINGTON, DC.^-Svfrtholii-
ing the fullest participation of
American Jewry in all the wars of
the U.S., five Jewish chaplains
took part last week along with
chaplains of the Other faiths in
ceremonies marking the burial of
the unknown soldier of World War
II and the Korean conflict, it was
reported by the National Jewish
Welfare Board's Commission on
Jewish Chaplaincy.
Chaplain Philip Pincus, Jewish
chaplain at Connolly Air Force
Base. Tex., represented the Jewish
chaplaincy at the final, solemn
ceremonies at the Arlington Na-
tional Cemetery. Here the two un-
known war-dead were laid to rest
on Decoration Day. May ^; st the
side of their eomrfcdes who fell sv
World "War 1. TTeste>nt Eisen-
hower, who made the principal ad-
dress at the cererrronies, placed
ined.-iIs of honor "on the coffins 6f
the two unknown soldiers who riVtl
for their country.
Overseas earlier last month.
Chaplain Edward fetlenbogen
said prayers at the disinterment
eererr.o^ in Epinal, France,
when the unknown 01 cf the Eu-
ropean Nort.. African theatres
was selected.
Chaplain Harry Z. Schreiner of-
ficiated at re-interment of unknown
servicemen in Europe not selected.
Chaplain Nathan Landman. of An-
drews Air Force Base, Washington,
DC, was the Jewish chaplain on
board the U..S." Canberra, when
the unknown soldier of World War
II was selcterf May 26.
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Orthodox Jewry
Awards Finkc!
Emanuel M. Finkel was Tuesday
presented with a national award
by the Union of Orthodox Hebrew
Congregations of America.
Presentation was made at the
Hotel Roosevelt in New York City
in recognition of Finkel's contri-
bution to Orthodox Jewry.
A Miami Beach resident since
last July, Finkel is owner of
Mayfeir Mercery of Miami and
Sport* Cars, Inc. Previously, ho
lived in HilliHe, N. J where he
was president of the Sinai Con-
gregation there for four years
and vice president for nine years.
Still a member of the board of
Trustees of Temple Sinai, he at-
tends services here at Beth Israel
Congregation.
He resides with' his wife and
three children, Joyce, 18. Nancy,
13. and Martin. 10, at 45 ve Mtarm Beech.
M. ItVplitm
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BETH JACOB. 901-311 Wa.hingtan
eve. Orthedox. Rabbi Tibor Stare.
Canter Maurice Mamtfhea.
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CTH RAPHAEL. 138 NW 3rd eve.
Orthodox. Rabbi Arle Becker.
Friday 8:3ft p.m. Saturtl..
Sermon: "liroader Horlsotia."
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CTH TflLAH. 835 Euclid ava. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Jeeeph E. Rackovaky.
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OAOE HEIGHTS JEWISH CENTER.
18180 NW 2nd eve. Conservative
Rabbi Nathan H. Zwitman.
Friday I:1S p.m. (Sueat apeak#*r: l.^uU
Jtrliwartaman. executive director of
(lit- liurr.i.i nf JewUh lvlu<-ation
Toplo: "Forcea for Survival." t'n.-a:
Snnl>l>nt boat a: Sleterhootl.
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FLAOLER-ORANADA. 60 NW Slat pi.
Conaarvatlva. Rabbi Murray A.
Alatet.
Saturday 9 a.m. Bar MHsvah: ".ary.
an of Mr. and Mrs. SI.in.> Stiller.
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HEBREW ACADEMY. 818 6th at.
Orthedox. Rabbi Alexander Qroaa.
Friday p.m. Saturday a.m. Ser-
mon: "TorahSi.urie of tVladom."
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HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINOS. 951 Fla-
mingo Way Conaarvatlva. Rabbi Leo
I lalm.
Friday S:1S p.m. Fermon: "Waa the
Ni rui. in i> liA.i-.'Ti .. s,i, ...." Ones
Bhabbat boat a: Mr and Mrs. Nathan
Bireker In honor -.f tbetr Rim. Irwla
Saturday a.m. liar Mltsr.U.: Jordan
Si m. chter.
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ISRAELITE CENTER. 3168 SW 24th
tar. Conaervative. Rabbi Morton
Malavaky.
Prtdaj s U p in s iturday S:i5 a.m.
Bar atltavah: Ellott, son of air, and
.Ml ^. Mil' ( l' in l:;.r MltS-
vah: Steven, aon ol Mr. and Mia. II. i-
bert Handera.
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KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid eve
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Self.
Friday tttt p.m, Saturday S:30 a.m.
Sermon: "I.lcliIInK o* Canillca."
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MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1101 SW 12th eva. Orthedox. Rabbi
Simon April. Cantor Bertie Kelemer.
Matey l;M p m Betaroter 8:30 a.m.
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MONTICELLO PARK. 164th at. and
NE 11th ave. Conaervative. Rabbi
Friiiuv < |i.in. Bef-vlce in honor "' Bar
MltlVah boys "f l'.t:.7-5S Sriiie.n:
"Liitht Is Sown f"i the ttlshteoua."
Rntnrdaj .' a.m. liar Mltavali: Michael,
son of Mr. anil Mra. Joaepli Komi.
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NORTH DADE CENTER. 13630 W.
Dixie hwy. Conaervative. Rabbi
Henry Okollca. Cantor Maurice Nau.
Friday x:15 p.m. BaccataSJifeete eervlee
t"i North. Miami Senior HIkIi S hOOl
araduatea.
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NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620 78th
at. Conaervative. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
Friday l.i.'i p.m. Saturday K:45 a.m.
Bht Mlttvah: Irvlnir. aon of Mr. and
Mr-. Morrll loaeiih; Mickey, aon of
Mr. an.I Mra. C> W.ixmann. 8ermon:
'Weekly Portion."
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SOUTH DADE JEWISH CENTER
Room S15. Merrtck bldo- U of M.
campua. Reform. Rabbi Herbert M.
Saumgard.
Friday .li p.m. Sermon: "ThoushlM
for a weddlni Annlveraery." Baa
Mltavah: Carol. .liniKliter of Mr. and
Mra. Sliln. \ II iii-man.
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Abraham SjhST**
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Lenrman. Canter l7i,i JJJJ
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF 0R
AMI. 187 NE 18th, it. |Sit
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Gurion Chides Nehru
For Baseless Charges
JERUSALEM(JTA)Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion poMtely
but firmly declared in Knesset last week that the action of Indian Prime
Minister Nehru in postponing establishment of full diplomatic relations
with Israel was "connected with tactics not principles." He called on
Nehru to "ultimately fulfills promise" to establish such relations with
Israel.
The Prime Minister made the
MaUiiKiit in reply ^a question
onflrmcrtion exercises of North Shcre Jewish
jnter include original cantata written by
abbi Mayer Abramowitz, "Torah Inhere-
nce of Israel." Shown standing are (left to
ght) Jerome B. Gordon, educaticnal director,
lyra Cohen, Harriette L. Ofsowitz, Rabbi
bramowitz, Alan Krueger, Lynn Flora Mar-
Ithletic Award'
(ance Sunday
outh Florida BBYO Council,
lough its athletic committee, will
sent its third annual "Athletic
kard" dance at the Alcazar ho-
1 Sunday evening,
pinners of athletic events
oughout the year will be honor-
Chris Dundee will make ttoe
Mentation to AZA and BBG win-
Retired world heavyweight
krapion Rocky M a r c i a n o has
an invited to participate.
Buest speaker representing the
lai B rith Youth Organization
ird of directors will be president
rk Fink.
Hurricanes AZA will be honor-
as Mm best all-round him of
i Mason for winning throo first
kct awards and two socond
c awards.
322 will be honored as the
st improved team of the season,
ernie Weiner, president of the
r"0 Youth Council of South
rida. will be master of cer-
Dmes.
pie affair is coordinated by Es-
Robin and Ronny Rosen, co-
rmen of the athletic commit-
Other members of the athletic
imittee are Ronnie Friedman,
ny Epstein, and Allan Hell-
gohes and Cantor Edward Klein. Seated (left
to right) are Carole Lisberman. Ellen Lois Blu-
menfeld, Elizabeth Sara Stratton and Laraine
Friedman. Cantata was sung by Canter Ed-
ward Klein and choir at exercises held on first
day of Shavuoth.
OnpWT Slfcfc ip* fjaji
ibbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
I MICHIGAN AVINUf, Ml
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,UOUST BROS R,
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Four Beochifes Get Medical
Degrees of UH Graduation
Four residents of Miami Beach
will receive their MD degrees from
the University of Miami school of
medicine June 12.
They are Pedro F. Hiribarne, son
of Dr. and Mrs. Pedro R. Hirib-
arne, 9333 Abbott ave.; Joseph G.
Milstein, son of Mr. and Mrs. H.
Milstein, 612 Michigan ave.; Leon
Forman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Forman, 725 14th pi.; and Charles
H. Naness son of Mr. and Mrs.
Albert A. Naness, 1030 Collins ave.
Dr. Milstein will remain in Mi-
ami to intern at Jackson Hospital.
Dr. Forman and Dr. Naness will
go to Los Angeles County General
Hospital in California, and Dr. Hi-
ribarne will intern at Orange Me-
morial Hospital in Orlando.
Beth Jacob Will
Install June 15
Harry Genet, dinner chairman,
this week announced that the ban-
quet to install newly elected offi-
cers of Beth Jacob Congregation
will be held Sunday, June 15, at
the Sterling hotel.
Participating in the program will
be Judge Malvin Englander, act-
ing as master of ceremonies. Rab-
bi Alexander S. Gross, principal
of the Hebrew Academy, will be
among the speakers.
Rabbi Tibor H. Stern, spiritual
leader of Beth Jacob, will deliver
the inauguration address.
William G. Mechanic, newly-
oloctod president, is a member
of the board of governors of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion and Hebrew Academy, and
is active in many other local and
national causes.
With him will be installed Aaron
Lerner, first vice president; Louis
Makovsky, second vice president;
Marcie Liberman, treasurer; Hy-
man P. Galbut, financial secretary;
and Harvey Tendler, recording
secretary.
Genet will be installed as first
chairman of the newly-created ex-
ecutive board of the congregation.
Genet is one of the founders of
the Hebrew Academy. He was re-
cently given the Torah Umsorah
award.
from a member of "Knesset who
asked for comment on Nehru's re-
cent remark lhat th?re were "omin-
ous sounds" and "precini.t a t e
action" coming from Israel during
the Egyptian-Syrian merger talks.
While there has been a mutual ex-
change of diplomatic recognition,
Israel maintains only a consulate
in India and India has no represen-
tative in Israel.
"I read with regret and con-
cern the surprising statement of
the Indian Premier for which
tftere is no foundation whatso-
ever," Ben-Gurion said. "No
ominous sounds, no action pre-
cipitate or deliberate has been or
is about to be taken by Israel in
connection with the Egyptian-
Syrian merger, about which a
question may be raised as to
whether it is actually a merger
or annexation of Syria by Egypt.
"Israel is not in the habit of in-
terfering in the internal affairs in
countries near or far," the Prime
Minister continued. "Maybe the
distinguished Indian Premier re-
ceived inaccurate information from
the Egyptian Embassy in India.
More than once he has promised
our representatives who visited In-
dia that he would establish diplo-
matic relations between our two
countries. I note with satisfaction
the number of Indian papers which
have editorially asked the source
of Indian information in Israel."
The Prime Minister said that he
had "no intention of setting myself
as a judge" on the Indian leader's
statement. "His standing as the il-
lusUous leader of a mighty aation
is assured and I hope that the great
Indian statesman will ultimately
fullfil his promise," Ben-Gurion
stated. "I am glad also to note the
existence of close contacts between
a number of leading Indian intel-
lectuals and their collegues in Is-
rael and the fact that Indian schol-
ars visiting Israel have expressed
regret that India does not main-
tain a legation here."
"It may be assumed that Nehru
has his own reasons for this atti-
tude," said the Premier, "but it is
clear that these are connected with
tactics, not principles, and I hope
they are only temporary."
Stern Vetted President
Of Pharmaceutical Assn.
Jerry Stem was installed presi-
dent of the Southeast Florida
Pharmaceutical Assn. Tuesday
night at the McKesson Club room,
7455 NE 2nd ave. Bob Baker is
president-elect, with Dr. Russ Wil-
liams as installing officer.
Executive committee members
are Jack Massey, chairman, Jose
A. Aguh-ro, Sid Beskind, Jack Da-
vis, Sid Crown, George Foy, W. O.
Lockett, L. S. McLean, Bill Mor-
rison, John Stadnik, Mike Troy,
Dave Weaver and Sid Smithline.
Cartoon Show Scheduled
Temple Ner Tamid will present
for children of the Miami Beach
area a free two-hour cartoon show
and refreshments in order to give
their parents an opportunity to reg-
ister them early in the Ner Tamid
Hebrew and Sunday school. Chil-
dren between the ages of 5 and 13
are welcome to attend. The func-
tion is at the Temple's social hall
Sunday, 10:30 a.m., at 80th st. and
Carlyle ave.
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HIM.IKY MI\niJ\



One Sees Not Only How They Died But How They Lin
THE THEORY AND PRACTICE OF HELL. By Eugn
Kogon. Translated from th Gtrmm by Heinx Nor-
dtn. 297 pp. New York: Berkley Publishing Corp.
EUGEN KOGON'S BOOK, originally published in 1950 by
Farrar, Straus and Cudahy, Inc., has been reissued in
a paper-back edition which is within the financial reach of
all. That it should also be within the cognizance of all
goes without saying. _There have been many other books
on the German concentration camps and the Nazi terror
Nixon Might Have
Washington
VICE PRESIDENT RICHARD M. Nixon, whose travels in
South America recently provided news, almost visit-
ed Israel last month in connection with the tenth anniver-
sary celebration.
Nixon would have liked to attend the Israeli festivities
as personal representative of President Eisenhower. The
government of Israel very much wanted him to come.
Nixon believed his appearance would have further cement-
ed Israel-American friendship and gratified American
Jewry.
But the State Department advised the White House
that the idea should be rejected. The State Department,
according to reliable sources within the government,
thought Nixon's presence in Israel would antagonize the
Arab states and be exploited by Communist propagandists.
Apart from the question of Nixon's participation in the
tenth anniversary festivities, the State Department made
a general policy decision to minimize official American
recognition of the anniversary.
As a member of the 'team," the Vice President quick-
ly heeded the Department's advice. Subsequently, a lesser
Republican political personality sought to go. but even he
was told to forget it.
Had the State Department encouraged the idea it is
almost certain that Nixon would have greeted Israelis
throughout Israel last month. And he certainly would have
received a far different reception than he got in South
America. The Israelis would have greeted him with great
courtesy and warmth.
Nixon's rise as a leading contender for the 1960 Re-
DAVID SCMMWARTZ
'The Diary of Anne Frank." "House of Dolls," and "They
Thought They Were Free," are notable examples which
have been reviewed here.
The Theory and Practice of Hell," however, is the
first book to my knowledge which is a systematic, com-
plete account of what life was like in the camps. Written
by a survivor of Buchenwald. it is not a sensational book,
and it is not intended to be. Dr. Kogon's purpose was to
present a factual report, as objective as possible, "not of
Being Heil-Stoned
publican Presidential nomination is widely acknowledged.
A contender for the Democratic nomination is Massachu-
setts Sen. John F. Kennedy.
Sen. Kennedy, an important member of the Senate
Foreign Relations Committee, recently differed sharply
with anti-Israel theories. He urged: "Let us dispel for
once and for all the myth that without Israel there would
somehow be a natural harmony throughout the Middle East
and the Arab world."
He pointed out that "we have not, as many charged,
mortgaged our policy in the Middle East to Israel. We
have rather taken the prudent course on this position of
strength, internal stability, and democratic outlook."
Sen. Kennedy held that "it twists reality to suggest
that it is the democratic tendency of Israel which has in-
jected discord and dissension" into the region. Even by
the "coldest calculations," said Kennedy, "the removal of
Israel would not alter the basic crisis in the area."
Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey. Minnesota Democrat, is
chairman of the Near Eastern subcommittee of the Senate
Foreign Relations Committee. He has sought to persuade
the State Department to take a position against the Arabs'
anti-Jewish blockade and boycott practices. The Senator
has stressed to the Department that these practices hit
American Jewish citizens as well as Israeli nationals.
The State Department continues to stumble along
from crisis to crisis. In one respect it is consistentin its
failures. The Department's policies have failed as con-
sistently on other continents as they have in Asiaespe-
cially the Near Eastern area of Asia.
No Sex--but His Book's a Best Seller Anyway
I OUIS LIPSKY'S RECENT work. "Profiles.'' sold 150,000
copies in its Hebrew translation in Israel. That's quite
a lot of copies. And Lipsky's book has no word of sex,
no obscene words and no murders. It is the kind of book
that Prof. Neumark of the Hebrew Union College had in
mind when he said: 'It's not enough to write a good book.
You've got to read it. too. Don t depend on your friends'
leading it."
In the United States, only 5.000 copies of Lipsky's
book were sold.
One reason the book sold more in Israel probably is
that the theme is of more interest there. But there is an-
SAM L CARSON
Written Off the Map
United Nations
THE SOVIET UNION has definitely written Israel off the
the map. That is the big news that Carnal Abdel
Nasser brought back with him from Moscow when he ad-
dressed his followers in Cairo. This is what Nasser said:
"They (the Soviet leaders) have acknowledged the
rights of the Palestinian people which were violated when
the Palestinian people were thrown out of their homes and
their lands usurped Both the United Arab Republic
and the USRR denounce the plight of the Palestinian peo-
ple and fully support their rights which were brutally vio-
lated."
According to Khrushchev and Nasser, there is no'Is-
rael. There is something called "Palestine"a geographic
area which, by vote of the United Nations, the Soviet Union
included, is occupied in part by a UN member called Is-
rael, in part by another UN member called Jordan. How-
ever, Mr. K. and Mr. N. hare their own geography. With
a simple twist of a ballpoint pen, Israel has been wiped off
the map.

Thanks to a pair of very accommodating gentle-
men, this correspondent obtained the authentic informa-
tion. The McCoy came from the press officers, respec-
tively, of the USSR and the UAR delegations here. Ob-
serving protocol strictly, the Soviet man, of course, came
first; the little brother from Cairo followed. Each had his
private sheaf of documents. Each was willingnay, eager
to share.
Both sets of docurnents were full of interest. Take,
for instance, one excerpt from the Moscow man's batch.
The principal subject of one paper was Lebanon. The
Soviet Union, via a statement attributed to TASS, the gov-
ernment's official mouthpiece, asserted that Lebanon is
a free country in which "some Western Powers" are try-
ing to stir up trouble. Lebanon, it says here, wants only
to "live in peace and friendship" with its neighbors.
other reason also. There are more readers of books. Israel
is a land of book stores. The Jews are still the People of
the Book there.
I was talking about it the other day with Mrs. Shuel
Schlesinger, wife of the Israeli artist, some of whose beauti-
ful paintings grace Temple Emanu-El of New York's Fifth
ave.
Mrs. Schlesinger tells me that art sells better in Is-
rael, too. Here, she said, only the rich seem interested in
buying an oil painting costing as much as S200. But in Is-
rael a man of modest means will set aside a few dollars
weekly to buy a painting to decorate his home.
Mrs. Schlesinger comes from Ein Hod, the only town
in the world devoted entirely to art.
Recently, I read in an Israeli paper of Dr. Nahum
Goldmann's visiting the town. He came expecting to
spend an hour, but he was fascinated and remained the
whole day, goin* away with several paintings.

Ben-Gurion, in a jocular mood, said recently that he
would quit political lh*e when he reaches 80. His friends
observed that Churchill had also retired at 80.
However, Ben-Gurion has Jewish precedent for re-
maining long after that. Moses did not retire until he
was 120. No one is really mature until then.

Col. Shoshanna Gershom, chief of the Women's Army
of Israel, completely stumped the experts on "What's My
Line." They couldn't suspect that an attractive young girl
should be an officer in the army. Incidentally, the lady
colonel, who is touring the U.S. for Israel Bonds, is a close
friend of the widow of Col. David Marcus, the West Point-
er who gave his life in the war for Israel's independence.
personal history or of atrocities hut
of the German concentration camp! "Tjnr\
not merely a mosaic of many fragments f'-Jf.*j
penences, but a picture of the syVemas [^
Thus he has chapters on t1-- r0, *^
camps, the daily routine, the workino ^i
discipline, "recreation," scientific^x R m"""""
special places of execution and disposal Ja","
so forth. He also includes Siscussion o( 1h^
struggle and organization in the camps, of ^
among the prisoners, of the corruption , th^tialityVof.the SS officials, Si'Sh*,
vive. and of the ways in which prisoners WPr.
able to exert control themselves.
The net effect of such an account ii in
more horrifying than the accumulations of ai*!?l
and tragic vignettes. Here one sees not Ti3
died, but how they lived. It is a wonder^.
vived at all. with life so precariously mainui
deathwhether instantaneous or agonizingly ArT
so capricious. 'BW-
I have neither the stomach nor the hem J
much longer on the content of Dr. Kogon'j boot M
years, it is still incredible that men could dothiitW
men. The book should be read, it needs no ai
ment to be remembered; once read, it will bJ|
gotten. If it is not to be forgotten, perhaps tketi
not happen again. Or God help us all.
EMJAHU SALPETER -
The Oil Must Flow
I^OTHrNO MUCH HAS changed in official i
^ ing about the Midde East since the last noti
correspondent in London, over a year ago. It i
Britain, true to the tradition of many disintegrauq
pires before her, has "forgotten nothing and
nothing."
The basic aim of British policy in the Middle |
to protect the flow of oil on which she will remain!
dependent for at least another 15 years. This i
suring the passage of Iraqi and Persian oil
Suez Canal and through the pipelines traversing I
Lebanon, andnot less importantprotecting 1st (
sions of Britain in the Iraqi oil fields.
For that purpose Britain is vitally interests flat i
British veteran Iraqi statesman Nuri Said sbtani
the real power in Baghdad. Iraqi oil is not onlytke^
source of oil available for Britain; it is also a i
considerable hidden revenue. London pays
does to Iraq in sterling, and even manages to sell
the Iraqi oil for dollars. Should a pro-Nassei i
over in Iraq and nationalize her oil fields, Briti
would have to pay in dollars for her own oil i
However, the routes by which the Iraqi and I
oil reach Western Europe is, at present, in thehaik*
Egyptian dictator. This fact is a major source ('
schizophrenia in the British policy towards tst
Britain tries to protect these routes by varioui I
aimed at appeasing Nasser, possibly at somebody <
pense. To the extent that these gestures areaclt
at all. they only serve to strengthen Niiierti
among the Arabs and thus directly undermine Nail
position in Iraq and the Middle East in general
For one. Britain has still not learned what <
must realize at a tender age: one cannot eatnj
and have it, at the same time.
Second, Britain has still not learned that 1
to be a great power in the Middle East, without ttel
to really act as one, only serves to point up wan
her weakness and importance. Moreover, if sucM
takes the form of promising to the Arabs deliver, anyway) it only serves to whet their a|
which can only lead to a further bite from *'
still has in the Middle East.
Thus the notorious Guildhall speech of AntbW]
suggesting a compromise between Israel s PreV
and the 1947 partition plan is, on one hand, ?"*
m it ted as impossible to implement, hut on the ouw
ieence not orJ?'
Britain inch**
serves well to increase Arab Intransigence not o*j
vis Israel but also against the West,
BORIS SMOLAR
Advancing Recession May Hit Jews Hardest
____________________________ i. L
THE ECONOMIC RECESSION is beginning to affect Jew-
ish employees in many of the larger cities of the Uni-
ted States. Andwhat is worseexperts fear that unem-
ployment among Jews will mount, unless there is a mark-
ed improvement in the labor market. Applications for jobs
are high in the job finding offices of the Jewish commun-
ities everywhere.
Not to count those who apply through regular employ-
ment bureaus and who seek employment through want-ads
in the newspapers. According to reports from local Jew-
ish communities, applicants tend to be less demanding
salary-wise and employers are much more selective in
their hiring practices. In some cities, like Cleveland,
small Jewish businessmen are also inquiring about em-
ployment possibilities.
They anticipate that they will be compelled to close
their businesses if the recession continues. :n
the Jewish Federation offices helping Jews to i
ment are faced by a 22 percent drop in P" ,*
the first three months of this year, as compa ~ ^
same period last year. The greatest decim
to have taken place in the 30 to 39 age 8"W'
Many applicants with skills are 'l"'^ ,< *
salaries, while unskilled applicants are we fof,
anything. In Chicago, Jews who have rei ^ ,
ploy ment were until recently chiefly P ^ & |
wholesale, service and unskilled trade; ^
months show an increase in more qu ^ ^i
Among unemployed Jews registering !or f^-ioyw
found men who had long stable periods o' jlions.
clerical, semi-professional and managna'"T^i
of the small firms at which they worked di
ged or gone bankrupt.


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ADMINISTRATION
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Ki, value f estate Is less
R. Thousand Dollara (M.4M0.-
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. whom sal-1 I 'late ha.
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Dated at Miami Reach, Florhla this
SSth day of Mav, i:i ,
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Attorney for Applicants
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6/6-13-20-27
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the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
CHARCOAL HUT. INC.. at 94S3 Har-
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I Heach, Florida Intends to register the
aald name with the clerk of the Cir-
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Dated at Miami, Florida, thie 7th
daj of May. 19',S.
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COMJNTf. lr4"OrANCERY.
No. S8C3915
ABRAHAM LEVINMI >.\,
Plaintiff.
HILLEY LBVINSON,
defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: BILLET LEVINHON
1L' S. Orchard Htreel
Madiaon, Wisconsin.
YOU AHK HEREBY NOTIFIED to
IIA" l.l.\ I.NM l., JHJ e! Strc t. Miami. F'lorida. ami to file the
original thereof with the clerk of the
above natn*d Court on or before the
lth day. of June. I9.".S. otherwise a
.- Pro Confesso will be entered
against you.
.Dated this Sth day of May, 1958.
K. B. LEATHERMAN, clerk,
circuit Court bade CnOnty, Florida
(seal) By -MAN SVI-T.MH' .
Deputy Cleik
S/li-M-30. 8/6
fy\f Ituil'lini
Fiist Street
Florida
27
IN THE COUNTY JUOOES' COURT
Thll 29th dav of IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 43S14
In Ke: ESTATE (IF
lSAIH'ltK STOLER. sometimes
known as IBSADOR STuLER,
I leceaaed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To AU-Creiiinr* and All Peraoas Hav-
'.T NATIONAL HANK t'F
1JII
rilRR c, BROWN
rHEIMAN .v KAPLAN
Said
ng Claims or iiem.iiuls Ag.Hii-i S:
1---I it.-:
You, and each of you are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and d) II nd> which you, or
either ol you, mas havi against the
est.ite of IMAIXIRE STOl Kit. sollle-
tlnos known a- IS8ADOR sTol-IMt
I lade County, Florida,
to Hi.- Count) Judges of Dads County,
NOTICE UNDER
,vTITIOUS NAME LAW
fK IS HEREBY OIVBN that
L ......I, desiiiM to enrage In
liia\::\ZuTo "s& -.o-fiuThV.
SS-,heUCUHi of the Clreui. *- Co .;, ; .-OmuHe
H\NK WooTTON. Sole Owner
t MANUEL
lor Applicant
-.i.t niiig.
NOTICE UNDER
BCTITIOUS NAME LAW
I U IS HEBGHf C1TEN that
,. -uii..ii ing to engage In
j itnrter the f Mtlotis name of
XKV FIIPIT '' i.MI'ANY ill l-1'"
Ind Street, Miami, FU-, inteiuls
!!. -ul name with the clerk
I'm in: Conn of 1 hide Couniy.
JiANK Wi.oTTQN. Sole Owner
k\iami:i.
for Apulleant
ipont Bidg,
in Hade Coun-
ty, Florida, within iIk-ih calendar
months from the date of the first pub-
lication hereof, or the same will be
BBS8IB sroi.Kit, Adrolnlsti
of Ihe F-tate .if I-:, lore St.. el.
sometlnies known as Ifsador Stolei
MY Kits II KIM AN & KAPLAN
AUorneya, 1150 B.W. 1st Street
Miami. F'lorida
3/16-23-30. 6/6
No. 42776-A
In RE: Estate of
KMILIE w. kkkisi;l
I 'I-' e.'l sell.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
Iiib Claiiiis or Demands Against Said
Batata:
You are hereby notified and re-
iltilred to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have
the estate of EMIL1E \V. KREIKEL
deoeased late of Dad* County, Florida,
10 the CoOnty Judges of Oade County,
and file the same In their offices in
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within eight calendar
months from the date of the first pub-
lication hereof, or the same will be
barred.
Eil.NKST If, l.KHMANN
Executor.
EDWARD H. TBRBT, Attorney
.'.: N W, tut*) Street
Miami, Plorl
.. 23-80, I, S-M
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is IIKKi:i;Y OIVBN that
the undei signed, desiring to engage in
buglneaa tinner Ills fictitious name of
III.UK LOTUS l.or.NC.K a: 4'M'J N.W.
7th Avenue ini.nl- to reglatei said
ii in. with the Clerk of the .circuit
Curt ol Hade County. Florida.'
FK l vi-|> K. STEPHENS
LEONARD K.M.lsil
Allot n. ) fin Applicant
1126 DuPonl KKig.. Mi.iuil, Fla.
:i/lfi-2:l-30, 0/6
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tne undersigned, dealrlng t.. engag,g in
business under the flitltlous name of
SIIOI.oM ALEICHEM LITERARY
SOCIETY at 408-4,14 18th Btreet, Mi-
ami Beach, Florida Intenda to n
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
MELECH QRAPBTEIM
HENRY M. WAITZKIN, Attorn y
:i:,:. Lincoln lid., Miami Keach, Fla.
n-vi, 6/
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious nauje of
ai'i.antiqif; motel af*TG)0~Coi-
llns Avenue, Miami Heach, F'la., In-
tends to register -aid name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade
County, Florida.
ELENA CORPORATION
(A Florida Corporation)
/30, 6/6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOU8 NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the Tlctltlous name of
CORPORaTF: NEGOTIATORS at 407
Lincoln Road, Miami Reach. Florida
intenda to register aald name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
REAL ESTATE CORPORATION
OF FMlRIHA
(A Florida Corporation)
JULIUS JAY PF:RLMUTTER
Attorney for Heal Estate
('.a potation of Florida
,'./30. 0/6-13-20
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
vjenisti Ihrridiari
as
goliciU your legal notlcM.
Wo appreciate) youi
patronage and guasaatM
accurate gcvice> at Ugol
ratsM
Phone FR 4-4366
lor uMiwieiMyBC rrlc*
LEGAL ,NQTIC
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIEREUY IIIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage u
business und-r the fictitious nflA Of
SHOFRON-K LEIN R E P O R T' IIS O
SERVICE at 805 Blscayne Building
Miami Florida Intends to register
Jam name with the Clerk f the Cir-
cuit Court of ISftOSrSMSa
Sole Owner
5/30. 6/6-13-20___________g ,.,-,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BALATON MEAT MARKET* PoRK
PRODUCTS at 198! B.W. 8th Street.
Miami, Florida, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Hade County, Florida,
ANTON SCHMIDT, Sole Owner
QOLDMAN & OOLDSTEIN
Attorneys for Registrant
2801 W. Flaglei St., Miami, Fla.
5/80,6/6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY OIVBM that-
the undersigned, desiring, to engage ini
.uslnesa under the fictitious name of
i.'.iii-'HM METALII'i' at 3.11 N.W.
No ,h RiverMDrlve. Miami, Florid. In-
tends to registei said name with t e
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida. BROTHERS CORP.
k 37,11 N.W. North River Drive.
Miami. F'la.
fSEJE&Ek Brother. Corp.
i/30, 6/6-13-20__________________
NOTICE UNDER
llCTITIOUS NAME LAW
l'i: IS HEREBY f.lVEN thst
ii. d desiring to engage in
- under the fictitious name of
MARKET at Northw.-i
let; Miami, F'lnnrla intend to
mi id name with the Clertt of
init Court of Dade County,
THOMAS J. KIRK r,n~r
IIANITA C. KBIK :>0%
ON AND FTtEEIi
>- (.r Thomas and
I Kirk
-27
ITICE BY PUBLICATION
)E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
tNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
'DA IN AND FOR DADE
fY. IN CHANCBRY,
No. 58C4509
Jf> WILLIAM LAUBKH,
llntlff,
ll'ILKLLl. I.AIUER,
iiuLint.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
SK MREI.LO l.AI'BKR
World of MlrMi Show
Ham ByrdiHotel
lehmond. Virginia
r.- hereby notified that a Bill
.plaint rhr Dlvorrs? has been
aini-t you, and you are required
" a o|i> of your Answer or
to the Bill of Complaint on
Ihitlfrs Attorney*. BTonf: and
"'. lndutrial Bank Bulld-
mi. Horlda. and file the orlg-
fuer or Pleading In the office
'1. rk of the Circuit Court on or
J Ihe 2nd dav of July. 1M. If
111 to do so, judgment by default
taken against vou for the re-
nanded In the Bill of Com-
, shall be published ence
f id four consecutive weeks
^^cMpr.'t* Minn,.
'. this 2!>th day of May, A D
," LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
lit Court. Darts Cnuntr. Fmrlrta
rt M W STOCK I ML
Deputy Clerk,
ml HITTKL
"Itlal N.iikmal Bank Bldg.
f II.ilntlff
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
Ne. 58C3972
JOHN K PKAKMAN.
l'laitlff.
IIKRMINK PKARMAN.
""SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Ilerntlne Pear man
Littleton,
i'.,!..iade .__.
You llermlne P. arman are hereby
notified thai a Bill o "' f'"
I has hear, filed ag. ns| >ou
ad you are required <" >
of your Anawei or Pleading, to t Bill
f 'oiajgHIM on the iilainliff s Attor
IVlglnaJ Answer or i;>-(' '?,";.. .rt
office Of the Cl.tk of the tlitJlt LWi
on or iMfere the 10th day ofJai .
ski if vou rail t" ao ..... i''-'"'")';I
ileUiil. will be take, again- >; ';
Hie relief demanded n the BUI oi
Florida, this r-'th day jf Ma., a "
B l.KATHKRMAN, Clark.
, uutMur,.l.<'V;:;----.v:i,1.^:,a
,-eal) B| JOAN BJ.^ ^^
l-.EN.IAMIN FOOKL
4J3J N.W. Ttli Av,
Miami 7. Flor ''a
Attorney for IMaintlfr
3/16-23-3", : ". .________
IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
BOUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. MC3864
VICTORIA BOVB.
Plaintiff,
1
LOUIS LOVE.
I tefendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: LOUIS' BOVB
c/o United cigar Store
6 Congress Street
Trov, New York
yOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
Complaint for Divorce haj I.....n filed
gainst you, and you are required to
ictve a copy of your answer or plead-
In* to the Complaint on the I'iaintltts
attorneys ELI BRBOER HARVEY
I. ST. .IEAN, BBQf., 0 Lincoln
Road. Miami Beach, Florida and file
the original answer or pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit f ourt
on or before the 16th day of June,
19:.$. If you fall to do so. Judgment
bv default will he taken against you
for the relief demanded In the Com-
PD0M8 ANU oKHEKKI> at Miami,
Florida, this Sth day of May. IMS.
f: B leathekma.n, Clerk.
flrcuit Court, Dale C,nn.,y Fl.jiida
(seall By R. II I'" K. JR..
("r*" Deputy Clerk
r,/lfi-23-3l, 6/6
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOncB IS HBREBT OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
busln.-ss under the fictitious name of
SHEET METAL ASSOCIATES at 117
N.W. '.Ith Street. Miami. Florida in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida. ______
SAMUEL OLTCHICK
;ii" N.v. lalal Terrace
Miami, Florida
GEORGE CHEREN
attorney for Samuel Olichlck
3/30. 6/6-13-20 .
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIKHKIIV OtVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fid itlous am of
RED APPLE RESTA RAN I AND
SANDWICH SHOP at t\H N Miami
Avenue, Miami. Florida In ten d to reg-
ister said name wit* the Cleric of ihe
circuit Court of Dade County, Fjorida.
BENJAMIN FRBIMARK
CHAIM FREIMARK
Errual Partners
BALLOT. SILVER A.- MILLOY
Attorneys for Applicants
5/30. 6/6-13-20 __________
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
L tue! CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
COUNTY. AToLAWim
Rll.YARl' PLABTKRINO CORP..
u Florida corporation.
Plaintiff,
vs.
,^, H-IATEP SOI'THEASTKRN
^^4Wlbbr^^aS
corporation. ALSUSKi ..,
., Florida
Ida
nd
insolation
oorpoi -
MAJOR cori
p^ItTonV^^nforcement
N THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
N AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA.. IN PROBATE.
No. 43M2
In Re: WKMrnOr
ISAAC COHfcN
not'ice'to creditors
To AlLCredilors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against said
l:SYou,:and each of you are hereby
notified and required preaent any
claims and demands which you, or
-"hr ff y7sAA^y!oHKNK"ue." -a ed
[urVl'ialel-in,;^ to the
offices In Ihe County Courthouse in
lil e County. Florida, within eight
alendar mon hs from the date of he
first publication hereof. J>aW > ai' s
the IMS Probate Act
""- ^HAR^OTTB MILLBB _
AaE^c^oft^lastWniand
Testament of ISA.U I oni--.
rgbUcatloj|{nMj is. iM-
HKKLKRT E KAUFMAN
Attorney for Executrix
.6/6
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN- that
the undersigned, dealrlng to ctignge. in
business in.del Hi- flotltloua natues of
N. N. A SERVICES: also, n n }
INDI'STRIIOS; also, N N A. l-.NTF.R-
I'RIKES at Lid. Cunty, Fla.. Intends
to register said names With the < lerk
of the Circuit Court of Ide County,
VWti'iil'i
NATHAN ABRAHAM, Sole Owner
5/30, 6/6-13-20 ________
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (HVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the I let it iotlv ,,h t.s ot
NATHAN NELSON ABRAHAM, also.
NATHAN N ABRAHAM; also. N.
SELSON ABRAHAM ..i Dade Coua-
tv Fla.. Intends to register said names
With the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
nude Countv, Florida. _
NATHAN ABRAHAM. Sole Owner
"J-: NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
I AMD'S LM'NDROMAT at 111- l-'lh
r^e Miami Beach. Florida Intend to
register said name with the CJejk of
the Cr.uit Court "f Hal-' Lounty,
K1""da- ALBERT COHEN and
MILTON II. COHEN
Co-Partners.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
M.Mue.s under the fretUtoW name of
SEAHAWK BOATS MIAMI IIWJ
S.W. loth Street, Miami. Fla.,:>"<**
to register snid name with the Clerk
of 'he Circuit Court of Ide County.
K'"'"la'jlUL10 DI BENEI'ETTO.
Sole Owner
M \TTHKW J. SOI.TYSIAK
Attorney for Applicant
5MJ B.W T'.'d St.
5/30, 6/6-13-20_____________
!7I tme riRCUIT COURT OF THE
kNLEVENTHRJUD.C.AL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
,DA. .N CHANCERY^
MARJoRIF. D. BHAZZEL.
Plaint iff.
p.lp.niiVa. r.RAZZEL.
'"'nOT.CE TO DEFEND
TO: IIKRNtE A. BRA/ZKL
lndVana'p^s, INIMANA
c/o \ero Mayflower Transit Co.
Van No. KIM
-i,: Massai hUMtta Avenue
yoi^aW^hbrW notified
mi ., Bin of c.......faint '"'..V.'^iV-
n"s been filed against you. BfcjRMF
A I'.RAiWu and you are hereby re-
qui i tfTSf. a copy of rWUI^
to the Bill of Complaint on puunllff
a ,'rn.-y. and file The ..rlginal answer
In the office of the Clerk Of "'-
cull ,,., n or before June -,.;
in default of whk'h Ihe BlUi>t
p"nlnt will be taker, as conXeased
against you,
Uated: M^ .6, .^8.Ta ^
Clerk of CirouR Court
(seal) '>: '- *g*$5L
HAROLD B. SPAET. ESQ.
Attorney for Plaintiff
407 Lincoln Road
Miami Reach. F'lorlda
|. 6/6-13 ^_________
,.........' -ii i."ijii ,N.r.\ inn n*r-
> Mi. id Beach. Fla. Intend
v.lva the Clerk
C .tin o| unty.
|a.
I
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nti,
I-26-27
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.. ...ui.-iiM VN, clerk.
Deuut!
^NEDCFU0NRTY ^II'COWX.
Floras. -n;?4bmate-
,:'-T,lKRl-SALAHKNBl'K,n:R
NOTICE'' TO CREDITORS
,-./16-23-?0. 6/6.
In
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTIiM.: IS HEREBY UIVRN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business unlet the letItioua "
tent citv ami Civilian powb
EXCHANOE" at o. .1 N.w. .'ti
Street Miami Intenda to reglater said
name with Ihe Clerk of the Ireult
'""'' "f ^H^R^R-SCHEffiEB
KOVNER A MANNHEIMER
Attorney! for Harold Bcheuter
tiKViT I OBNET
,-30.6/6
Plaintiff
ToITg hereby notified and re-
r:;,,' $&
& ?hBeVouent^o5rtmhoi-
tU;Z> v lorila within eight
Sta ta&TTB L. HBRMJJ
!v;-'sw''.!A'v."""",y
Miami 14, BVWtdn
l>/6
1N TNHEY,CC.RCBuV7c%,^rTHEF
FLOER^T^^E ^ U0TAOE
COUNTY. 'N CHANCERY.
No. 58C4069
f:\elyn m. shucsk,
Plaintiff,
Robert" El'"IN BB HBB*
'""Su'lTFOR DIVORCE
TO: ROBERT KHM'IN S.lol BE
BK5o Sa"n^Ah Carolina
You are'hereby^S.lfl-l th a Com.
nlalnt f"r DlvoTOS has been filea
aga nsl you. and you are required to
serve copy of your Answer or Plead-
rngVlhe', ompl.ilnt J*J)P^U,In;
lnni 1958 If vou fall to do so, Judf-
meiu by default will be taken against
vim for the relief demanded in the
C "'pvi'l'-r' ...: Miami. Flu.i.la. this 15th
<^ Vl'li'ATMEKMAN. Clerk
cjjJ-uc.....ti;i-r'A""cLiA
(BaO u>' laputy Clerk.
r, '23-J0, 6/6-13
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Standing (left to right) tcp row ara Gerald
Backman, Daniel Azulay. David Holland. Dan-
iel Aranoff. Alfred Kaye. Leonard Kornreich.
Lawrence Nadler. Leon Firtel, Arthur Spolter.
Bobby Andron. Seated are Rabbi Morris Horo-
?itz. dean of beys. Joyce Esses. Rita Pollack.
Jessica Hurwitx. Faith Reinhard and Rabbi
Alexander S. Gross, principal of Hebrew
Academy, where these students will graduate
Tuesday evening. ______________^__
Kornreich Will Get Scholorship
ceive the Rose and Samuel Ritter
Scholarship of $100.
I,eonard Kornreich. eighth grade
student at the Hebrew Academy
and president of the Student Or-
ganization, has been chosen to re-
Closing Day Exercises
r;ii-hi Leo H e i m wil conduct
closing day exercises for the re-
ligious schools of the Hialcah-Mi-
ami Springs Jewish Center Sunday,
10 a.m., at Greynolds Park, when
awards will be presented. Follow
ing the exercises, the Sisterhood
will sponsor a picnic at Greynolds
Park. In charge of information is
Mrs. John Di-Young, chairman.
The award, a memorial to the
founck-rs of the Academy, is given
annually to the school's outstand-
ing student in English and Hebrew.
Donor is Irving D. Goldwyn, of
Goldwyn Realty and Management
Co.. Manhasset. LI., business asso-
ciate of the late Ritters.
Leonard is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Anton Kornreich. 536 10th si..
Miami Beach.
Presentation of the scholarship
by Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
cipal, will be made during gradua-
tion exercises Tuesday at the Al-
giers hotel.
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HI 4-0922
Musk Dot on Program
Of Religious Zionists Here
Religious Zionists of Greater Mi-
ami will hold their last meeing of
the season at the Marseilles hotel
Sunday evening, according to an
announcement by Rabbi Morris
Horovitz. president of the local
chapter.
Balfouria Gilad, well-known Is-
raeli singer, will feature the eve-
ning's program of music. Mrs. Gil-
ad will be accompanied by Anyuta
Melicow, pianist. A dance team
with Shula D o r o n and Yitzhak
Rottman will complement the pro-
gram.
Cabinet Boasts
Israel Friends
Continued from Pag* 1 A
trialists and financiers. Neither
has been particularly active in
French Jewish activities, but both
have maintained contacts with the
Jewish community.
While most Jewish community
and representative organizations
avoided participation in political
demonstrations of any political hue
the-.e past few weeks. Jewish anti-
racist groups and survivors of Nazi
concentration camps took active
roles in the anti-de Gaullist demon-
strations of the past week.
Among the groups which lent
their support to the Republican
forces were the Movement Against
Racism and Anti-Semitism and the
League for Human Rights. The lat-
ter was led by Daniel Mayer, who
! recently resigned from the French
Parliament when he was elected
president of the League, a post in
which he felt there might be a con-
flict of interests with his duties as
a deputy. At that time he pledged
td 11utit auainst racism wherever
he found it, even in France.
In one recent demonstration.
Jewish survivors of Bergen-Bclsen,
Auschwitz and Maidanek concen-
tration camps paraded in striped
prison garb.
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A gala victory party Sunday evening will bring
to a conclusion the successful Combined Jewish Ap-
peal campaign in Homestead and the Keys. Topping
the list of honored guests will be Mayor Thomas Har-
ris, of Homestead, and Sylvester P. Adair, president
l of the Homestead Chamber of Commerce. City
'councilmen and their wives expected to attend In-
_r. and Mrs. J. L. Burton, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cooper, Mr
Fairs. Henry Brooker, jr., Mr. and Mrs. Jack Henderson,' Mr.
|Mrs. George Crimm and Mr. and Mrs. W. Wiukop
ampaign chairman Herman Marks is planning for Rev.
Jones, president of the Ministerial Assn., to be" joined by
ey Cox. of radio station WSBD, and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Archer
Homestead Leader Post, as well as Mr. and Mrs. John Balfe'
le Homestead News .
L|so planning to be represented at the Combined Jewish Ap-
| parly is the Strategic Air Command. Col. James W. Twitty,
nander of the U.S. Air Force Base at Homestead, has already
ed Sidney Peckett, in charge of the Sunday party, that the
will send along an official participant with bells on it! .
Srealcr Miami Jewirti Federation vice president Harold Thur-
i wili speak at the affair slated for the Homestead Jewish Cen-
On the lighter side will be Sonny Shaw, who has appeared
movie star Denise Darcel, and who is slated shortly for the
Roc.
jllian and Esther Goodman are leaving June 10 for a six-week
of Israel and Europe. They'll travel via El Al on a non-stop
t flight from Idlewild in Gotham Town .
jllian and Esther plan to visit the Hadassah, Israel Bond and
Her Miami Jewish Federation supported institutions while
e, and will attend the UJA conference in Jerusalem later this
mer .
llso on the itinerary are Rome, Venice, Lucerne, Brussels,
; and London, where they will visit with their cousins, Mr. and
Louis Randolph .
Lillian and Esther will return via the SS America. But. Bon
Ige parties are principally in order these days, and recent hos-
es at special luncheons in their honor have included Mrs. Louis
jen, Mrs. Arthur Newmark and Mrs. Belle Miller.
fife Renee has been feeling the effects of their three children,
handsome Harold Gardner, publicist about Miami town, is
Dg her on a "second honeymoon" The couple will be motor-
New Orleans come next week to spend some time at the
(ly Hotel Roosevelt. Their host is Seymour Weiss, Voosevelt
iident and managing director, who has had a long-standing
invitation to the Gardners to visit the Fabulous City.
ieen at the Anti-Defamation League luncheon in the Lucerne
Sunday: Dade county's outstanding Anna Brenner Meyers;
H'eK-buch, of grand jury fame; and Dr. Charles Doren
i, treasurer of the University of Miami .
.. the same table with Miami Beach Mayor Kenneth Oka, they
..ed enviously to His Honor's summer plans. Seems the mayor's
lu'ive duties have kept him from his favorite activities: violin
'ing and golf .
[But they've also kept him from the Okas' three children. So
be spending a good deal of time with them when he and Mrs.
take them along on their coming trip to Europe and Israel, in-
ing a stopover at the Brussels World's Fair Lucky kids.
...... Chester Krone, 320 W. 26th St., Miami Beach, tendered a
rer-lunchcon in the Scheherazade room of the Algiers hotel last
\ in honor of Andrea Ruskin, daughter of the Dan Ruskins,
, N. Bay rd. .
Gifts of pink kitchen equipment were presented to Andrea by
I her friends and relatives. Among guests were her mother,
t, Mrs. Sam Coolik, and friends, Mrs. Irving Cohen, Mrs. Max
kitz and Mrs. Carl Weinkle .
Andrea's marriage to Robert Magoon, a medical student at
University of Miami, takes place this month.
Iso entertaining at the Scheherazade room last week was Mrs.
ian Oberman, of 1710 Cleveland rd., for some 25 of her friends
*>nor of her son's Bar Mitzvah ...
Beautiful yellow gladioli with blue candles decorated the
Von tables .
iMilton Oberman becomes Bar Mitzvah in Gotham Town Juno
where his older brothers and grandparents are living. The
rmans leave Sunday with their son to make last minute ar-
Kements.
I .
[Miscellaneous shower-luncheon was tendered Marcia Jervis
week by Mrs. William Singer, 6745 Granada blvd., Coral Gable,
be Algiers .
[Tables were beautifully decorated with pink and blue flowers.
p the gift table had gossamer pale blue hearts and pink parasols
cascade covering the packages .
" me 24 of Miss Jervis' friends, including her mother, Mrs.
Jervis, and the bridegroom's mother, Mrs. Aaron Kanner,
guests. The wedding of Miss Jervis and Louis Kanner, a law
at the University of Florida, takes place June 15.
[Wedding party fo Miss Joyce Adelberg and Lloyd Seigmeister
I be held in the Deauville hotel's Napoleon room Sunday- Ar"
pnunts for the party are being made by Mrs. Irving Adelberg,
!*' 31st st., Miami Beach ... She is mother of the bride .
I Some 70 persons are expected to attend the wedding. The cere-
Ay will begin at 6 p.m., with a reception following at 6:30, ann
*> at 7:15.
Birthdaze: Bo*rn to*Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rochkind, 1025 NE 150lh
j*. Miami Beach, a son, Glen Sloven. May 23. He joinsi Ctour-
F-oM Lynn Cheryl. Great grandmother is Mrs. Molly Green,
e Chart** hotel here, whose son, Sam, came from Mapie-
N.J., to welcome the new arrival
r": Mr. and Mrs. Cherburt S. Weiss, a second son, D-lf*0"*'1'
20 at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Lenore and Sherburt aho
t Jeffrey Mark, three. Grandparents are Mrs. Rose Weiss and
G"s Coplans, all of Miami Beach.
"Tncle Mllty" Sacke.t and his*Gert"celebrated their sihrer wrfj
I* anniversary with their sons at a dinner party at the Lucerne
Ml -May 28.
i^ewiisltUEIbirjidljlgijn
Miami, Florida, Friday, June 6, 1958
Section B
Left to right are Rabbi Leon Kronish, entertainer Gecrge Jes-
sel, winner of Miss Airlines contest Ila Har-El and Sam Oritt,
co-chairman of Israel Bond campaign here, at pinning cere-
mony at Fontaineblsau hotel, where Guardians, Trustees and
Builders of Israel were honored.
Principals at a Labor Zionist Assembly meeting in Dupont
Tarleton hotel are Joshua Stadlan and Mrs. Leo Goldman,
cc-chairmen; featured entertainer Molly Picon; Irving Sachs,
president cf Ben-Gurion Branch of Assembly; and Col. Abra-
ham Joffe, guest speaker.
Special Honors for Mrs. Platoff;
Col. Gershom Arrives This Weekend
Special honors for Mrs. Harry
Platoff from the government of Is-
rael will be awarded at a luncheon
sponsored by the State of Israel
Bonds Organization in the Carillon
hotel Monday.
Appropriately, the award will be
made by Col. Shoshanna Gershom,
commander of Chen, the Women's
Army of Israel, who will be in the
area at that time. Mrs. Platoff is
being honored for having been
chairman of Chen in Miami for
three years. Col. Gershom will also
award Chen bracelets and charms
to Women's Division members at
the luncheon.
Congress Women
Slate little Confab'
General" meeting of the Florida
Women's Division of the American
Jewish Congress will be held at
the Caniion hotel June 10.
Mrs. David Muskat, division pres-
ident, announced Wednesday that
a miniature convention has been
planned to acquaint Congress
membership and guests with the
resolutions and policy discussions
at the national biennial convention
held here in May.
Morning session of I he little con-
vention will leature presentations
on the Commissions on Law and
Social Action and International Af-
fairs and Israel. Other presenta-
tions will be made on membership
and resolutions.
Participating will be the Mes-
dames Abraham Ausenstein, Henry
Berg, Jack Edwards, Charles P.
Feinberg, Larry Friedland, Harold
Jaffer, Benjamin I. Kamen, David
Muskat. Irving Quartin, Alfred
Rubenstein, Michael Sossin, Rus-
sell Winer and Jeannette Gutter-
man.
A talk on "The Organization Wo-
man" by Haskell L. Lazere, Con-
gress director for the Southeast re-
gion, is also scheduled.
Col. Gershom will arrive in
Miami late Saturday night, and
on Sunday will be received at a
champagne breakfast at the
home of Mrt. Samuel Oritt, 810
Lakeview dr. In the afternoon,
she will be guest of honor at a
cocktail party at the home of Mr.
end Mrs. Bernard Stevens, 6190
Montgomery dr., S. Miami.
At the same time, it was an-
nounced by Morris Sipsei. city
manager of Israel Bonds, that a
gala Bight of entertainment will
be held at the Oceanfront Auditor-
ium Tuesday night. Hal Hertz will
be master of ceremonies.
Special entertainment will fea-
ture Balfouria Gila, Yemenite folk
singer; Shula Doron and Yitzchak
Rottman, famed dancers; and An-
yuta Melicow, arranper.
A film entitled "Israel's Ten
Best Years." with commentary by
comedian Eddie Cantor, will also
be shown.
A pledge of 20 housing units,
representing an investment of
$60,000 in State of Israel Bonds,
was accepted by the Labor Zion-
ist Assembly of Greater Miami
at a meeting Saturday night in
the Dupont Tarleton hotel.
The meeting was presided over
by Joshua Stadlan, acting cha.r-
man of the Assembly, and Mrs. Leo
Goldman. A plaque of apprecia-
tion for Dr. A. J. Ishlon, president
of the Labor Zionist Assembly, was
presented and accepted by Irving
Sachs, president of the Ben-Gurion
Branch of the Assemb!>.
George Jessel, noted entertainer,
and Miss Ila Har-El, winner of the
Miss Airlines contest in Miami
Beach last v.cvk a- representative
of El Al Airlines, were hosts at two
i Bonds functions.
Exciting Weekend
At Brandeis Univ.
Exciting work lies ahead for sev-
eral Greater Miami women who
will be attending the Brandeis
University National Women's Com-
mittee tenth annual conference this
i nj at Waliham, Mass.
F.yinj! to Boston with Mrs. Sid-
ney M. Schwartz, president of the
Greater Miami chapter, will be
Mrs. Ben Zion Gir.sburg, past pres-
ident and a national board mem-
ber, Mrs. Solomon Margolis and
Mrs. Harry Orleans. They will be
joined at the conference by Mrs.
David Elkind and Mrs. Samuel
Oberstein, who are already in the
North.
The tenth annual conference will
be designed around Concentra-
tion, Inspiration and Conviviality."
Delegates will attend workshops
devoted to the furthering of the
committee's project, the university
library .
On Sunday, delegates will attend
the university commencement, at
which time 11 honorary degrees
will be conferred.
Two Miami area students will re-
ceive Bachelor's degrees, Paula
Gordon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Max Gordon, and David Lehrman,
son of Dr. and Mrs. Irving Lehr-
man.
On Monday a conference high-
light will take place when the cor-
nerstone ceremony of the new li-
brary will be held. The conference
will close with a banquet Tuesday,
when Dr. Abram L. Sachar, pres-
ident of the university, will speak.
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Hebrew school graduates of the
Israelite ('inter will be honored
at a family dinner sponsored by
the Dora Stein Sisterhood <>t the
(in i cr Sundiiv at 5 p.m. Chairman
are tile Mesdames S. Kin Sarah
RavMa, Louise Sensky and Robert
Mil;.
J^Yjuaeg,
Winsome Ila Har-El. stewardess with Israel's D AJ Airlines, is
congratulated by Fred K. Shochet, publisher ct The Jewish
Floridian. on her beinq chosen winner of the Miss International
Airlines Stewardess Contest at Barcelona hotel last weekend.
Israeli Beauty Wins Top Award
In Miss International Stewardess Tiff
Miss Ila liar -. -
Israel's El Al Airlines, w
top M Internation-
al Airline* S -t > I1
at the Barcelonj hotel I
end.
Miss Har-El won 01 27 entriei
frim an equal rurr.'i i .incs
throughout the world.
Judges included internationally
renowned aviatrix Jacqueline
Cochran; Col. James Twitty. of the
Strategic Air Command, Home-
stead Airforce Base; Zack Motley,
creator of the cartoon. "Smilin'
Jack;"' and Richard Josephs, travel
editor of Esquire Magazine.
categcies,
senrtd hea
racked up
needad la
cause she
traveling
schedule,
did net.
th Isreeii stewardess
vi'y. But Miss Har-El
the additional points
Bimar tcp orize he-
represented n eirline
o^ art in*rnatienal
Some of the entrants
Major points wont ?or charm
and personality. In
They Hold Convention
Progressive Order of the West
held its 40th annual convention at
the National hotel over the week
end.
In addition. Kiss Har-El speaks
five languages, attesting once again
to the international nature of the
contest. The judges also scored
in her favor because Mis* Har-El
has given freely of herself in the
service of her country.
She was a machine gunner in the
Israel Army and active in orphan
age work-
Director of the contest was W.
Hill Glick. of Miaaai Beach.
Second place winner wa* Mist
Maria Vermer, of Panagra Air-
lines. Argentina. Miss Mary Lou
Talbott, of California, representing
Western Airlines, came in third.
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illation and charter ce
,1000 of i Branch, of Far^
luid June 13 at TSe
''el.
In be ii'i.i'll arc Moshe Le-
vine. president: Joseph Zuxki r-
iin.n. \. tit; Ir\ing Par-
neaa, Imiliaw. Dr. Israel Shtfns.
financial secretary; Mo.she Katz.
recording secretary; Abraham
Vtarsi'iaw, cultural chairman; Jo-
seph Meyerowitz. social chairman:
jand Mrs. Helen Chaskin. executive
board.
Lebediger Branch recently met
jointly with Bialik and Ben-Gurion
Branches here for the purpose of
organizing a coordinated Farbaad
program in the Greater Miami
area.
Levine was joined by Jacob
Rearson, president of Bialik
Branch, and Irving Sachs, presi-
dent of Ben-Gurion Branch, in ex-
plaining the purpose of the coordi-
nated program.
The evening, held at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Zuckerman,
6480 S\V 25- b tor., also heard from
Max Astor. Dr. Israel Shifris, Yitz-
chak Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Abra-
ham Warshaw, Mr. and Mrs. Jo-
seph Halperin and Max Bernstein.

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At coflee reception attended by women thicuqhout
Miami area in behalf of National Nephrosij FouudottaT
seated (left to right) Maurey L. Ashmann. preeidentfl '
State Council, and Dr. Henry Green, president of Founds
Greater Miami chapter. Standinq are Meedames Henry!
chapter chairman, and Mrs. Maurey L. Ashmcnn, me
chairman.
Women Battle Dread Nepl
Beth David PTA
To be Installed
Newly elected officers and board
of directors of Beth David PTA
will be installed Friday night dur-
ing late services. They are:
Mesdames Nathan Dubler, pres.
ident; Sigo Raskin, program vice
president; Bernard Kaater, mem-
bership vice president; Joseph
Sandier, ways and means vice
president; Lewis Sternshein. treas-
urer; Daniel Cloogman, financial
secretary; Irving Bayer, recording
secretary; Robert Nedbor, corres-
ponding secretary.
Board of directors are the Mes-
dames Jerome Stern, Joseph FeJd,
Reuben Idele, Bernard Reiter,
Harold Pent, Sam Schoychild
Louis Fleishman, George Burney,
Bernard Klein, Meyer Forer.
Mrs. Max Uandshu. newly elect-
ed president of the Greater Miami
PTA Council, will extend greet-1
ings. Rabbi Yaakov G. Rosenberg
will install the officers and board'
of directors. I
Some 200 women attended a re-
cent coffee and reception at the
home of Mrs. Maurey L. Ashmann, j
322 E. DiLido dr.. in an effort to'
complete a membership drive for]
the National Ni Founda-'
tion.
Women civic lenders from all ov-
er the Greater Miami area gather-
ed for the last of this season's
series of coffee meetings, which
have resulted in an enthusiastic in-
terest in the work of the National
Nephrosis Foundation here.
Nephrosis, which has deformed,
handicapped and taken the lives
of thousand- of otherwise healthy
American children, has aroused the
attention of government and civic
leaders throughout the nation.
Mrs. Dwight D. Eisenhower this
year served as national chairman
of the Foundation, which boasts of
numerous governors, United States
senators, as well as leading medi-
cal authorities, on ila councils.
Maurey L. Ashmann, chairman
of the Florida State Council. Udd
the women's gathering "that wo-
men throughout this community
and Florida have taken the lead in
both fund raising and public onien-'
tation as to the dreaded iliecu a/
this child-crippling and child kill
ing disease."
Among those who attended the
function were the Mesdames Will-
iam Pallot, Mickey Wtinstein.
Sam Silver. Mary Scully,
Green, chalrm..n. Grata?'
chapter, Joseph Upton. Akj]
don, Ann N' i, R i
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Friedman, Irving Cypen,
GOTO, Robert Yolkin. Ric1
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J. Wei**. Ethel Stem, Jimaj
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d Shore Summer Camp
Accepting Registration
. ghore Jewish Center Sum-
may Camp is now accepting
Klions under the direction of
[Hope Herman,
np will function for an eight-
I period commencing June 16
Aug 8, daily from 9 a.m.
gran, will include supervisor!
in. planned field trips, mo-
Cjpervised daily outdoor
jdanein'-!. singing, dramatics,
L,| crafts and special "chap-
Cyices with children partici-
r each Friday.
I him us are supervised and
Led in our kitchen and aro
in the air-conditioned din-
on,. Mid-morning and mid-
loon snacks are served daily.
is free transportaition to
Worn school.
Gets High
,t at U of M
alumna whose outstanding
.graduate career presaged
ited success in the public re-
B and information field was
reek promoted to a newly-
sd position of responsibility
. University of Miami.
Ira McNamara, for the past
Tyears news editor of the pub-
tformation staff at UM, now
fees assistant director of pub-
formation for the largest pri-
nstitution of higher education
Southeast,
/announcing the promotion,
km S. Howland, assistant to
lent Jay F. W. Pearson and
or of public information, said
all of us in the UM adminis-
are happy to recognize in
nay Miss McNamara's out-
ng ability and service to her
I Mater.
.now of no one In the Ameri-
ollege information field who
Islands the general subject
i thoroughly or who can write
|e accurately or interestingly
] our particular subject the
sity of Miami. In our book,
ame Nedra stands for news.'
bre joining the public inform-
fstaff of UM in 1949, her var-
Ixpfrience included positions
[the V. S. Air Force Intelli
, Eliza beth Arden in New
the First National Bank of
[m i and contractors building
lriti-h air base at Nassau.
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Request Concert
Slated Sunday
North Miami Concert Orchestra,
under the direction of Frank V. Di-
Nino, will wind up its third season
yith a request program Sunday,
8:30 p.m., in the North Miami Sen-
ior Hi;h School Auditorium.
Program for the evening will in-
clude "Norma Overture," by Vin-
cenzo Bellini, "Voice of Spring,"
by Johann Strauss; "Toccata," by
Giralaino Frescobaldi; selection
from "Naughty Marietta," by Vic-
tor Herbert; ballet music from
"Faust," by Charles Gounod;
.'^Symphonie MiUtaire" by-Joseph
Hadyn; and Three Dances from
"Henry VIII," by Edward German.
Guest instrumental soloists will
be Mr. and Mrs. Boris de Kitain, of
8615 N. Miami ave., and guest vo-
calists will be Clarissa and Mer-
cedes Nolina, of 825 NE 91st ter.
Among hostesses who presided at reception
of 20th annual meeting of Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation are these wives of Federation
officers: Mrs. Benjamin B. Rosenberg, Mrs.
Morris Goodman, Mrs. Edwin Oppenheim,
Mrs. Sam Blank, Mrs. Milton Sirkin and Mrs.
Milton A. Friedman. Some 500 Federation
members and their friends attended anniver-
sary dinner meeting Sunday in celebration of
Federation's two decades of community ser-
vice.
Auxiliary Elects
Mrs. Kleiman
At the 36th annual convention of
the Florida Chiropody Ladies' Aux-
iliary held at the Colonial Inn, St.
Petersburg Beach, last weekend,
Mrs. Morris A. Kleiman was un-
animously elected president for the
ensuing year.
Mrs. Kleiman formerly served as
secretary-treasurer of the auxil-
iary. At present she is treasurer of
Kadimah chapter. Pioneer Women.
She is the immediate past presi-
dent of the Beth David religious
school PTA.
While attending the convention,
Dr. and Mrs. Kleiman wen: sur-
prised with the arrival of their
children, Tom and Delly, who came
to help celebrate their parents'
25th wedding anniversary.
New Chapter Formed
Harmony chapter of B'nai B'rith
Women, an evening group, has re-
cently been formed in Miami
Beach.
Mrs. Irving Laibson was elected
first president to serve the chapter
for the coming year.
Chapter officers also include the
Mesdames Herman J. Feldman.
; Morris Hinden, Ray Morse, Joseph
Feldman, Milton Peariman, Joe
Smiley. Sidney Teper. Jack Dernis,
I Philip Jaeoby, Harvey Michaelson.
Herbert Weinberg and Samuel
Rose.
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Two Celebrations
Slated Sunday
The Nt Pollacks.' he's the comp-
troller of the Greater Miami Jew
i*h Federation, will be enjoying a
double celebration Sunday at a
teen-age dinner dance in honor of
their daughter, Rita Madeline, 13.
Rita will be celebrating her 13th
birthday and also her graduation
from the Hebrew Academy, which
she has attended since the age of
four.
A special 'dual purpose" birth-
day cake has been prepared for the
occasion, which will be held from
6 to 10 p.m. Sunday evening at
Oxford's bayfront gardens, 1254
\v i -! ave.

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Miami Boy Gets
Top 6E Position
Many of Miami's youngsters of
yesterday have achieved success
and recognition in their fields of
endeavor.
The story of Eugene Goldberg,
son of Rev. and Mrs. George Gold-
berg. 2000 SW 16th St., is a case
in point. After receiving his BS
degree magna cum laude at the
University of Miami, he went on
to net his Masters at Ohio I'nu.r
gd nil Doctorate at Brown
University.
I'pon receiving his PhD. he join.-
ioral Klcctrii's new product
(i, \ 1'iopment laboratory in I'uts-
lield. Mass.. as a research chem-
ist and was promoted last year to
specialist Dr. Goldberg has also
recently been appointed supervisor
of dielectric advance development
at General Electric s Hudson Falls
Plant in New York.
A -""*" of the American
Chemical Society and the Amer-
ican Assn. fer tee Advancement of
Science, he is also a member of
Sigma Xi, honor chemistry society.
Wtirle in Pittsfield. he served as a
member of the hoard of directors
of Kneseth Israel Synagogue, and
of the Pittsfield Community He-
brew School.
He has presented a weekly radio
broadcast, "Headlines in Chem-
istry." over Pittsfield's WBEC un-
der GE auspices.
Dr. Goldberg is 20, married, sad
has two children. Earl llowell. 5,
and Joel Michael. l>/2- Mrs. Gold-
berg is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Ruben Biaustein. of 1075 SW
14th ter., Miami. Dr. Goldberg and
his family reside in Glens Falls,
NY.
Ted Hankoffs and Morris Lansburghs, of Miami 1 !
deck of cruiser Caronia shortly before they left New y!*
a six-week Mediterranean tour. Both Hankofi (left) and
burgh, prominent Miami Beach hotelmen. are active in
Florida civic lite. Lansburah is owner of a number of
Beach hotels, including Versailles, Deauville. Cc
Sane Souci and Sherry Frontenac. Hankoff is Sherry
She Wins USY Trip to Israel
A Miami Beach girt has won a skills necessary m lae fa
berth on the annual Pilgrimage to
Israel sponsored by the National
Youth Commission of the United
S,Snf?Fe^ASult. daughter *** Youth mm
of Mr. and Mrs. William Sussman, Temple Emanu-EI.
of a positive Jewish prup]
young people.
Felice is a member of tfc |
cx-Sof#ty Cb
Has Mot in
Ring
Jackson G. Flowers, former
Dade director of safety education,
announced Saturday that he will
be a candidate for the Metropoli-
tan County Commission from Dis-
trict Four.
A South Dade resident for the
past at yeses, Flowers headed she
county's safety education depart-
ment for four years. He resigned
recently to become vice president
of the John W. Fowler Company.
During his four years as safey
chief, Flowers instituted and car-
ried out safety policies among
Dade employees that resulted in
return to me county treasury of
more than $250,000 over and
above the cost of operating the
department he founded in 1133.
A veteran of the Air Force in
World War II, Flowers is now a
lieutenant colonel assigned as per-
I sonnet director of the Flamingo
Wing in the Air Force Reserve.
Flowers pledged himself to work
for "a Metro Commission that
will set farsighted policies for a
better, more prosperous Dade
county." He said that with the
I new 11 member commission "it
will be even more important that
commissioners set as a policy -
'making body, and not interfere
I with the county manager's admin
istrative duties."
Flowers lives at 6850 SW 115th
st. with his wife, the former Dor-
! othy Bailey, and their children,
'Sandra. 14. and Douglas. 11.
WE ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE
THE APPOINTMENT OF
Mr. SIDNEY GLAZIER
AS VICE PRESIDENT OF OUR FIRM
J. A. CANTOR Insurance Agency
VENETIAN MEDICAL BUILDING
1451 N. Bayshore Dr. PHONE: FR 4-9081
MISS FfJXf
3701 Pine Tree dr., Miami Beach.
Felice was chosen because of
the excellence of her essay sub-
mitted in a nationwide contest on
why she would like to make the
journey.
She leaves the United States she
first week of July and will remain
in Israel for six weeks. The trip
will enable her and other USY
winners to bring back to their re-
spective groups the knowledge and
"Happy birthday, Mark
Deutsch." says Ila Har-El,
representing U Al Airline* is
Miss International Airlines
Stewardess contest. Pumper-
nik's restaurant played host
to group of 30 charmers fcr
last Friday while localite
Mark Leon Deutsch. son of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Deutsch,
celebrated his birthday there,
too. Perhaps Mark would
look a little happier about
whole thing if he were cele-
brating his 16th birthday
rather than his 8th. Incident-
ally*, lovely Israeli beauty
cams oil tops in contest here.
NOW!
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liming
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Jun 6. 1958
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to remenn *>ei ,
Bar Mrttvaha and Weddingsand all the
important milestone* in life. Our Catering
Department is particularly deft in capturing
the special significance of your occasion.
Our Million Dollar RedeeoTation Program
has made us Miami's largest and finest
hotel, with the widest selection of
fatfnities ter'any-fafietien, from the
smaUest group to a banquet for one thousand
Call Catering Manager: Henry Braun
FR 4-6161
Red Checkerboard Tablecloths Mean
Tops' Time Sunday at Auditorium
MIAMI, FLORIDA
aSki
Have cliat
jslness Mng.
Banquet, or
>eciai Occasion
I
Yoult find complete,
facilities to exactly satisfy
your needs in the Kismet,
Aladdin, Scheherazade and
Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a
wedding or a private party I
the
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tor- lnlormMonl
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aSth SI. Collinm v..
Your every affair
A brilliant event!
Your guests will be -omplimonud
by an invita'.ion to a function at
tlu- Carillon, largest and most
luxurious hotel >n Miami Beach.
>ur vast facilities enable us to
add sparkling lustre to each
occasion ... For weddings, banquets
or any gathering, yaur choice it
the Carillon is an indication of
the discerning.
r, UN $-75*1
OCIANFRONT ar- to 6".' S'RFfT?, MIAMI BEACH 41 FLORIDA
for social functions with a flair W
that will be remembered
The red checkerboard tablecloths
are out dotting the many tables on
the main floor of the Miami Beach
Auditorium, the University of Mi-
ami Summer Symphony is tuning
up, and the eighth season of Miami
Beach Pop Concerts is about to
get under way.
Opening concert will be Sunday
evening, when an all-Gersnwin pro-
gram will feature internationally
renowned jazz afficior.auo Paul
'Tops" Whiteman on the podium.
Whiteman and Gershwin are
practically synonymous names
In the world of music, and a
Gershwin concert under the for-
mer's baton should be authorita-
tive beyond reproach.
The program will feature Con-
certo in F, Rhapsody in Blue, and
An American in Paris, Gershwin's
three major symphonic works.
From his opera, "Porgy and Bess,"
Allison Fennel, baritone, and Ver-
onica McCormick, mezzo-soprano,
will offer "Got Plenty of Nothing,"
"Summertime," and "Bess, You is
My Woman."
The singers will also offer "Some-
body to Watch Over Me," "S'Won-
derful" and "Somebody Loves
Me."
Pianist in the Concerto and
Rhapsody will be George Roth.
Whiteman, the "Jazz King," at-
tributes great American technol-
ogical advancements in Hi-Fi re-
cordings, radio and television as
the major factor in allowing "mil-
lions of Americans for the first
time to hear music as it actually
sounds."
They Make Their
Pops' Reservations
Latest reservations for the Mi-
ami Beach Pop Concert summer
series include the following:
Mr. iin-l llrs. I:nl Martin, Mr. and
Mrs. Koix-rt Murtin. Mr. and Mr*.
Hurt Hunter, Mr. and Mrs. George
Mayer, Mr. and afro. Wallace Mount-
oaetle, Mrs. Sillins Burner,, Mr. and
Mrs. Warren Freeman, Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Cumini:*. Mr and Mrs. Kl.h-
rd Dai-Kelt. Mr. and Mr". William
Robertaon, Mr and Mrs. Calvin Por-
man, Mr and Mis. Kind (i.puld Jack
Perber, Mrs, Robert Peterson, Mr. and
Mrs Robert M. BchwedeL Mr. and
Mr*. Jay Permer, Mr. and Mra. auuj
i,i..vil, l>r. .lean J. Perdue and
Nests, .lark Berke, Mr. and Mrs.
Jiile* Stark and Kuest. .MY. and Mrs.
<;*,ir*e Shapiro. Mr. and Mrs Harold
Sterling, Mrs Ann M Sloan, Leonard
Wle'i. l>r and Mrs. Marvin I.. Well.
Poea Fair. Mrs. Jennie (Irossliieer
Mr and Mrs. s. A. Qrlmaldl, Miami
pt^arh ro.mcllmen. Dr. and Mrs. John
Kernel. Mrs. Marian Mttl. Mr and
Mrs John Bitter, Mrs. Caroline Brobjr,
Mra. Bowman F. Aahe, Mrf and Mrs.
Hwpard Broad. Mr. and Mrs. Harrj
Orleans, Mr. and Mrs. Saul I* Tohn.
Mr. and Mr... J. Myer S, nine. Mr. and
Mra. 11. I*vld Sobtaf, Mrs. Jean
Sprain Wilson. Ularjjl Beacn_Mojfr
and Arts League, Thomas Beddall
Miami Beach Klera SavJng..and
loan Aasn., Mr. and Mrs. UWH
Hvzer. Mr.. Albert Pie* Mr. and Mrs.
William Farr and gueata. Dr ami Mrs.
Henry Blum and guestj. l s-kvltiK) and l"n Assn., Mr. and
M?' Murray H. Herlands, Arthur
^iJTand Mra. plot! G ami Mrs. Paul Plotkin. Mr. and Mrs.
lira. Semuel Frledland, Dr. and Mrs.
Kurt Petser.
The dynamic, affable White-
man recently recorded h album
ef his most famous musical com-
position* In calibration of Ms
golden anniversary in shew busi-
ness. Included In the record al-
bum, ef course, Is Ms theme
"Rhapsody In Blue," wMch was
written by Ceorte Gershwin es-
pecially for the Whiteman band
mere than 30 years ago.
"I'm eternally gratefot {fltjjav-.
ing had the opportunity to Intro-
duce this great work," Whiteman
recalled. "I'm first as grareml for
having been rocky enough to hate
known Gershwin as well as ( did.
He was a wonderful apfI.
Whitemen's Sunday performance
will inaugurate another full sum
mer of ten consecutive "Pops" pro-
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Baer. Jaffee Will Live Here
Miss Carole Jaffee became Mrs.
Sheldon Lloyd Baer in 12 30 p m.
lies Sunday, June 1. at the Al-
jjcrs ho'el. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
cwitt officiated at the double ring
c< -emony.
The bride is the daughter of
Mi. and Mrs. Samuel J. Jaffee. | a collar of lace.
848 Win st.. Miami Beach. The j Her four-tiered
groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Baer. Shaker Heights. O.
Given in marriage by her father,
the bride wore an mported white
chantilly lace gown, which was
ankle-length, and featured a fit-
ted bodice, circular skirt, three-
quarter-length sleeve coming to
a point, and illusion neckline with
Bride Marries
Stock Exch. Man
Miss Renee Lynne Herman and
Robert Schwedel were married
Sunday afternoon. June 1. at the
Algiers hotel. Rabbi Yaakov Ros-
enberg performed t h e ceremony,
which was followed by a reception
and dinner.
The bride is the daughter of Mrs.
Gail Herman. 7115 Rue Granville,
and George Herman. 1905 Marseille j
dr.. Miami Beach The groom's pa-
rents are Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
K. Schwedel. 6630 Indian Creek dr.,
Miami Be.-uh
Hiaa Lynda Hernan wu maid of
honor, and Mrs. George I.andis.
matron of honor. Bridesmaids
were Miss Dokrcs Habib. Mrs
Jerry Leader and Mrs. Richard
M.isington.
George Landis was best man.
and ushers Included Norman Sob-
el. Philip J. Taylor, llyia West, j
Joel Telles and Hank Orner.
Th bride wore a nylon tulle gown
over taffeta, featuring a lace seal- j
loped neckline and panels of em-1
broidered alencon lace on the skirt,
with a back taffeta sash. Her doue
ble-tired veil of French illusion fell j
from a matching cap w ith pearls. I
She carried two white orchids on |
a Bible, which was carried by her
mother at her confirmation.
The bride is a graduate of Miami
Beach High School and attended
the University of Florida.
Mr. Schwedel is a graduate of
New York University and attend-
ed the New York Institute of Fi-
nance. He is a registered represen-
tative for H. Hentz and Co., mem-
bers of the New York Slock Ex-
change.
After a honeymoon to Jamaica
and Haiti, the couple will reside
at 1240 14th st.. Miami Beach.
'
French illuson
veil fell from a tiara of match-
. | trimmed with seed pearls
Her only Jewelry was a strand of
cu'tnred pearls and a bracelet,
gift of the groom's parents.
For somethng old. the bride
u.i- mail tod in a wedding band
used by her maternal grandmother
and mother on their wedding days.
Maul of honor for her sis'er
was Barbara Jaffee kfJu Helen
Marks was in charge of the guest
book.
Best man for h>s brother was
Daniel J. Baer Ushers were Mar
vin Emerling and Marvin Sehin
agle, both of Cleveland. O.
The bride attended Miami Beach j
High School and the University of |
Miami. Presently, she is employed
at Mt. Sinai Hospital. She is past I
vice president of B'nai B'rith |
Young Women and past secretary |
of District 5. B'nai B'rith Youn,,
Women.
Mr. Baer at'ended Cleveland
High School and was graduated
from the school of business admin-
istration at Ohio State University.
After a recption at the Algiers
Moss, Benjamin
Exchange Vows
Miss Harlean Cynthia Benjamin
and Stanton Roy Moss were mar-
ried Saturday nigrt at the Eden
Roc hotel. Rabbi Irving Lehrman
performed the candlelight cere-
mony, which was followed by a re-
ception and dinner in the M o n a
Lisa room.
Miss Benjamin is the daurfater
of Mr. and Mrs. Medwin Benjamin.
675 N. Shore dr.. Miami Beach.
The groom is the son of Mrs. Dol-
ly Benderoff and the late Arthur
A. Moss, of Detriont.
Miss Marcia Mem was maid of
honor and Mrs. Herbert Kaufman,
matron of honor. Bridesmaids in-
cluded Misses Sybil Morgenstein,
, Rae Bernstein. Carole Tarrson,
| Mrs. Martin Smith and Mrs. Mur-
iray Silvershein. Madelaine Benja-
min was junior bridesmaid.
Kenneth Moss, brother o f t h e
! groom, was best man. and Robert
1 Benjamin, brother of the bride.
Burton Schwartz. A 1 v i n Spector,
I Herbert Kaufman and Bernard
I Jacobs were ushers.
mVti. 00*410 MrKOWffZ
BB Women Have
Roanoke Confab
"Formula far Success" is the
theme ot a convention this week-
end in Roanoke, Va.. sponsored by
B'nai B'rith Women of District 5.
Delegates from the South Flor-
ida Council, representing some
3.000 women, are in attendance at
the convention.
These include the Mesdames Es-
ther Lerman. Chai chapter; Sam-
uel Kurman, Coral Gables; Irving
Reimer, Eleanor Roosevelt; Daniel
Lapin, Emma Lazarus; Joseph
Sherper. Flamingo; Edward Baker,
Gilbert Balkin.
The Mesdames Eugene J. Weiss,
Miami Beach chapter; Nathan
Spiegelman, Miami; Frances
Brandt. N. Dade; George Baltuch.
N. Shore; Bernard Supworth, W.
Miami; M. Sloane. Hollywood; and
Melvin Shapiro. Ft. Lauderdale.
National president Mrs. Hy Korn-
bleet will address the convention
Elaine's Go**
Of Chantilly l
1y. June 1,/jS
Rf bbi Yaakov rJ*J
edtheep.rn.ee^.^
followed by a reception
The bride is the dauet
Birnbaum and the Uu V.
baum, 753 NW 19th A*
groom's parents are PaH
witzofTOlSW^h^1
the late Mrs. Berkowiit
Miss Barbara ScW
bridesmaid, and Mr xtiuS
verman and Mrs. w!-
were matrons of honor.
Best man was Harold hm
and Irwin Leider. BeraaSi
kow, Edwin Engel Rowf
elman. Richard PaHotS.S
iske, Al Kahn. Hrt\u
and Elliott Birnbaum
ushers.
The brides ?own feitoJ,]
brina neckline Her boiicTta
chantilly lace uithaboJjjLj
Her viel fell from a crwJVl
pearls.
The bride attend*)
Michigan. Mr. BerkowiUaiJ
uate of the University of I
He is a member of Pi |ji
fraternitv. B'nai B'rith ajl
Lodge 948. He is a mm*,-
firm of A&P Pipe andSapM
After a honeymoon a
the couple will reside in]
of the seven-state ntm.
grams will include vortaajj
Hillel. B'nai B'rith Youth, a|
as a Speech Clime.
Mrs. Frank Smnlwn ii |
of the South Florida Coulj
Fartwtll Party Sold*
Annual farewell party forl
and office staff of the i
Academy PTA will be Mil
Royal Hungarian restatratj
urday evening Mrs. Ethyl
is chairman of the event.
final Meeting of 5mm
Sunday will mark the c'.nkj
meeting of the season for thai
men's Club of Worknnir
602. The group will meet kj
evening at the Workmen T
Auditorium. 25 WashiaMl
Miami Beach.
Arlmurt
The bride's gown featured an
*_!!** ^fl'.L^^'J01^0'!alencon lace bodice and a pole de
soie skirt with re-appliqued alen-
M*S. SHtlDOM Mil
Florida. Upon their return, they
will make their home at 1239 Mar-
seilles dr.. Miami Beach.
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con lace and a cathedral train. She
carried white orchids and stephan-
otis on her grandmother's Bible.
The bride is a graduate of Miami
Beach High, and attended the Uni-
versity of Miami. She is a member
of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority and
the University of Miami Hurncan-
I ettes.
The groom is a graduate of Mum-
Jphord High School in Detroit., and
I received his BBA decree from the
University of M i a m i He is past
1 president of Apha Epsilon Pi fra-
ternity and is now associated with
Benderoff Building and Supply Co.
of Pontiac. Mich.
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27th Avenue. Phone HI 4-7076).


kiday. Jun* 6. 1958
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MIS. BOBBY MADISON
tharon's Husband
|s Engineer Here
1 Sharon Rochelle Meyers and
bby E. Madison were married
unday afternoon. June 1. Mayor
fcenncth Oka performed the 3 p.m.
eremony at the home of the bride.
Miss Meyers is the daughter of
Ir. and Mrs Harold I. Meyers,
164 Harding ave.. Surfside.
Maid of honor was Miss Marsha
peyers. the bride's sister, and Ira
layman served as best man.
Honor Students
Plan August Rites
Miss Marlyne (Marzi) Weiss will
become the bride of Douglas Kap-
lan Aug. 3 The engagement was
announced by Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Weiss, 3185 SW 4th st., par-
ents of the bride-to-be.
Miss Weiss, highest woman grad-
uate of the University of Miami
June graduating class, was re-
cently selected to "Who's Who
Among Students in American Uni-
versities and Colleges." She was
vice president of Nu Kappa Tau,
highest women's leadership honor-
ary, Ac'ive in the school of ed-
ucation, Miss Weiss served as lieu-
tenant governor and received its
award as "Student of the Year" in
that school.
She is a past state president of
the Student Florida Education
Assn.
Among the honor societies to
which Miss Weiss belongs are Fm
Kappa Phi, scholastic honorary;
Kappa Delta Pi, education honor-
ary; Phi Alpha Theta, history hon-
orary; Alpha Sigma Epsilon, lead-
ership honorary; and Alpha Lamb-
da Delta, freshman honor society.
She is a member of Gamma Sig-
ma Sigma, service sorority.
Mr. Kaplan, son of Mr. and Mrs.
JelstFkrMktn
MISS ARIYNE WEISS
MISS BARBARA KAPLAH
i^auience- Victor
MISS DORIS NISSMAN
Mrs. Kazan Elected President
Of Judea Sisterhood
Mrs. Ben Kazan has been elected
president of Temple Judea Sister-
hood.
Other officers named at a re-
cent meeting are the Mesdames
Norman Kaplan, 636 10th St., Mi-!David Seinberg, Henry Levy, Max
ami Beach, is a local attorney. He I Mayer and Ben Trupkm, vice pres-
graduated with honors from the | 'dents.
UM law school in 1953. He served The Mesdames Bernard Yesner,
as a first lieutenant in the army treasurer; Jack Somberg, finan-
with the Judge Advocate Generals' cial secretary; Milton Katz, record-
Corps. |ing secretary; Sidney Jacobs, cor-
Active in law school, he was Uw jwyoadtog lecreUiy; Pbiltp Heck-
co-recipient of the Roger Serino
Nissman, Glasser Are Betrothed
Miss Nissman graduated from
Miami Beach High School, attea-
ded the University of Miami, and
is a member of the Miami Beach
No wedding date has as yet been
set for Miss Doris Nissman and
Robert L. Glasser, whose engage-
ment is announced this week.
The bride-elect is the daughter
of Mr. Hyman Nissman, 300 17th
st. Her fiance is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Herman H. Glasser, 4000
Royal Palm ave.
Jayceettes.
Mr. Glasser also graduated from
Miami Beach High and the Uni-
versity of Florida. He is a past
president of the Miami Beach
Junior Chamber of Commerce.
Award, as the outstanding senior
of his graduating class. He was a
member of Nu Beta Epsilon, legal
fraternity, and an editor of the
Miami Law Quarterly.
He was director of the 1953 Moot
Court program, a Miami Moot
Court finalist, and runner-up in the
The bride wore a gown of white I Southeastern United States Moot
Court competition.
Also, he is a member of Omicron
Delta Kappa, leadership honorary;
Phi Eta Sigma, freshman honor-
ary; and Alpha Phi Omega, service
fraternity.
pee over satin, cocktail-length,
taturiny a sweetheart neckline.
carried white orchids on a
lible.
The bride is a graduate of the
(itvdior Mountain School, Lenox,
lass., and of Cha.rron Williams'
pommercJa] Collere, Miami. Mr.
fadison is associated with Bis
ayne Engineering Co.
The couple will reside at 740
i\\ 7th st., Miami.
erling, assistant corresponding sec
retary; Arthur Chasan, parliamen-
tarian; David Stein, historian; and
Al Reich, counsellor.
They were installed jointly with
officers of t h e Temple, Brother-
hood and PTA Wednesday evening
at the Dupont Tarleton hotel.
Kaplan, Harris Betrothal Told
The engagement of their daugh- The couple have set no definite
ter, Barbara Frances, is announced date for their wedding.
by Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kaplan,
650 72nd St., Miami Beach.
The groom-elect is David K.
Harris. His parents are Mr. and
Mrs. A. J. Harris, of Sunset Is-
land 3.
Barbara a'tendad Lear School
h Gets Medical Degree
Burton Z. Sokolotf, of Miami,
ruesday received his Doctor of
(cdicine degree from the Univ'er-
of St. Louis. Dr. Sokoloff will
ntern at Jackson Memorial Hos-
pital. He is the brother of Dr.
Arthur Sokoloff, Miami dentist.
Proceeds to Help
Rebuild Beth El
Sisterhood of Beth El Congrega-
tion will honor parents arid friends
at a dinner Sunday in Dora August
Memorial Hall.
Proceeds will be used for the re-
construction of the building.
Mrs. Sam Phillips and Mrs. Wil-
liam Swimmer are co-chairmen in
charge of arrangements. Mrs.
Jack Shapiro, Sisterhood president,
will act as master of ceremonies.
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J51I*w 4Lw the fcome of
SUNSHINE FASHIONS'
Kosher Residence
Hotel Attracts
Wide Attention
Opening of the Strath Haven
Hotel, Miami Beach, as a kosher
residence hotel for senir citizens
has attracted wide enthusia-tic in-
terest, Rabbi Abraham Twersky
and Harry Hoffman, managers,
declared Wednesday.
"Many outstanding civic and
religious leaders in the Greater
Miami area have congratulated
us on the undertaking," they ex-
plained.
"In their opinion the creation
of a haven for our religious senior
citizens who live on a limited re-
tirement income is both a worthy
and noble endeavor.
The Strath Haven, on the ocean
between 4th and 5th st., provides
luxurious facilities and hotel ac-
comodations for the religious
who will not compromise their
religious convictions.
Invitation has been extended to
the community to visit the Strath
Haven and examine its facilities.
Rabbi Zwifman to Install
Newly-elected officers of the con-
gregation. Sisterhood and Men's
Club of Dade Heights Jewish Cen-
ter will he installed at the Duma*
motel Saturday. Rabbi Nathan H.
and graduated this week tal Zwit;nan m ^ the installing ofh.
ami Beach High School. David is
cer. In charge of reservations are
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Chait.
a student at the University of Mi-
ami.
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Simonhotl Will Speak
"Mr. and Mrs. Group" of the
American Jewish Congress will
meet Saturday evening in the Mez-
zanine room of the Miami Colonial
hotel. Speaker will be author Har-
ry Simonhoff, who will discuss the
recent national AJCongress
vention in Miami Beach.
con-
New President Officiates
Molle Kahaner Auxiliary of Mon-
ticello Park Congregation met
Wednesday evening at the congre-
gation. Newly-installed president
Mrs. Freda Levine officiated. Pro-
gram was arranged by Mrs. Claire
Dranikof, program vice president.
Newly formed Conservative
Congregation, Miami area,
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Gary Stfiter Will Be Bar Mitzvah
Gary Martin, sow of Mr. ami Sir*, at Rmloch Par* Junior Hit*
SMaev Stiller. 210 SW 54th ave School. His maternal tran*anrents
will become Bar Mittvah Saturday are Mr. anrt Mrs. George IWoer.
morning, June 7. at Flagler-Gran of Miami. Paternal sTandparcnti
aria Jewish Community Center are Mr. and Mrs Max Stilter. aiso
Rabbi Murray Alstet will officiate of Miami.
His parents will sponsor a Kid-
Gary is a seventh grade student ^^ frllf-n the morniat. ser
vice. Among rHatfTe* of the fami
ly who will attend are- Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Koenijaberg. Gary's,
aum aim untie, an.i UmoI. Joyce
and .Maurice, his cotjata*. ail from
Dayton. O.
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Avery Mpnr will be-
come Bar Mitzvah during Saturday
morning services, June 7. of Tem-
ple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kro-
nish will officiate.
Stephen is the son of Dr. and
Mrs. A. Lester Stepner. He is a
member of Beth Shotom's confir-
mation ciass.
Mr and Mrs 9am Dlenar, of Sa-
vannah. Ga.

Mtctawy wfsmfwan
-^anj** ajfRyve "Ktm^v^^f^'W
rffleiate at the Bar Mitrvah at
Mickey Waxman Saturday. June 7.
at Nseih Store Jewish Center,
Waxman. 520 X Shore dr.. is a stu-
dent in the religious school of the
Center and attends Nautilus Junior
High.

Bruce Forrest
Bruce Forrest will become Bar
I Cy Mi7-h Si'w'm P.nnin June 7.
at Temp p.--.
Lewi Kronish will officint
Bntce, son of Mr a~, -
P. Forrest. it Ufl~7,1*-
listens school ^ "*
Rabbi Rosenf eld Heads Teachers
Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Melker, will become
Bci Mittvah at Saturday
morning services cf Temple
Emanu-El. Dr. Marius Ran-
som will officiate. Richard is
seventh grade student at
Nautilus School and attends
Temple Emanu-El religious
schooL
Martfrr L
The Bar Mitzvah of Martin Law-
son was celebrated Saturday morn-
jing. May 31. at Temple Beth Sfcn-
, lorn, with Rabbi Leon Kronish of-
ficiating.
Martin, who is the sen of Mrs.
Jack E. Lawson. attends the con-
firmation class of Temple Beth
Sholom religious school

William Podaarsky
Saturday morning services. June
7. at Temple Fmanu-El will be the
site -if the Bar Mitzvah of William
PoUgarakf.
\W is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
I itcr Podearsky. a seventh crade
student at Nautilus School, and at-1
tends Temple Emanu-El religious
school.
Rabbi Marius Ran.-om. of Tem-
ple Emanu-El. Ft. Lauderdale,
,will officiate in the absence of Dr.
Irving Lehrman. .who is on a tour
of Russia.

Stava Hsber
Steve Haber will become Bar
Mitzvah during Saturday morning
services. June 7. of Temple Petach
Tikvah. Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz
I will officiate.
Steve is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
! Jack Haber. 520 Castonia ave.,
I oral Gables, who will be hosts at
! a reception in their son's honor
' Sunday at the Crown hotel.
The Bar Mrtzvah attends seventh
grade at Ponce de Leon Junior
High School.
out-of-town guests will include
Rabbi David Rosenfeld. of Tem-
ple Zion religious school, was this
week elected president of the He-
brew Teachers Assn. to succeed
Louis Gadon. of Beth David.
Other officers named were Mrs.
Ruth Ulis. honorary president; Jos-
eph Kaminetsky, first vice presi-
dent: Mrs. Bracha Kaolan. second
vice president; Mrs. J. Z. Stadlan,
aaimfaij. Mai Shulamit Mittle-
man. financial secretary'; and Zvi
Roscnkrantz. treasurer.
Board of directors are Louis Ga-
doo. Dr. Josapn Hurwitt Joshua
Stadlan. Joseph Barkai. Mrs. Ethel
Salt. Irving Shalom. G orge Gold-
berg and Dr. Mater Cohen.
IaataNa'iun of officers will be
heM in the early fall. Rabbi Rosen-
feld announced Wednesday. Also
planned is a refresher course for
teachers on Ethics of the Fathers''
during July and August.
In addition. Rabbi Rosenfeld will
present a series o lectures over
radio station WMIE oa Sunday
mornings uurmg toe summer, wun
the association as sponsor.
The Hebrew Teachers Asan of
Greater Miami is a branch of the
National Federation of Hebrew
Teachers aad Principals and was
chartered here 18 years ago.
Ihdti
Ir*tt Joseph, son of > _
Mta. Morris Joseph, 8817 Ha*2l
a**.. Miami Bewh, rjB "
Bar Mittvah Saturday fS
Ja-t;K North ShsreMSS
Rahm Mayer Ahramwriw-gj
fletate irvin u a sma7l
I school (if the Ca*2
Nautilus Junior W
Nelson Rockefeller to Receive
Yeskiva U. Honorary Degree
NBW YORK Nelson Rockefel-
ler, president of the Rockefeller
Brothers Fund, and Dr. Joseph
! Kaplan, chairman of the U.S. na-
! twnal committee for the Interna-
| tional Geophysical Year, w i 11 be
among four recipients of honorary
degrees at Yeahiva I ntversity's
27th annual commencement ex-
ercises Thursday. June 19.
Rockefeller and M a x J. Etra,
New York attorney and chairman
of YesWva L'nlversityVs board of
itru-tees. will receive the honorary
: degree of Doctor of Laws.
Dr. Kaplan, who is professor of
, physics at the University of Calif-
l ornia at Los Angeles, will receive
I the degree of Doctor of Humane
Letters, and Rabbi Henry Guter-
man. of Scranton, Pa., the degree
of Doctor of Divinity.
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Religion in Schools,
bmbings Airedby ADL
Discussion of the possible introduction of a bill during the next
llative session in Tallahassee that might require the Anti-Defama-
i League of B'nai B'rith to be registered as an organization dissem-
ling civil libertarian information was among issues discussed Sun-
at the annual meeting of the Florida regional advisory board of
[organization.
-JartdbfiorMbtj,
epiesentatives of ADL B'nai
|h groups throughout the state
i en hand for an early morning
ntis session, at the-.Liuierne
where Paul Seiderman was
d chairman of the board.
[C J. Talianoff, Miami Beach
ney and board chairman for
ipast five years, stepped down
the office.
klso discussed at the Sunday
lion wtrt the Bailty plan for
leaching of religious and
itual value* in the public
git of Florida and a report
ire Apr. 21 bombing of a
age-gut in Jacksonville, FJa.
Albert Pallot, District Lodge
esident, told the ADL leader*
Ithe piltft plan for a test of the
jious and spiritual values pro-
of SUte Supt. Thomas Bailey
duced into 15 Florida schools
oast season "shows a wide dif-
ice of opinion a to the success
lilure of the program,"
rnett Roth, chairman of ADL's
executive committee, reported that
only eight of tha 15 schools sub-
mitted a report on the outcome of
the pilot effort, and that Supt.
Bailey has revised the program tor
a new pilot test in 1958-59.
In a detailed survey of the Jack-
sonville bombing. Al Schneider, of
that city, revealed that little pro-
gress has been made in the police
investigations, except for the ar-
rest of four teen-agers chafed
with printing postcards on a hand
press, warning the Jewjsh and
Negro communities of Jacksonville
of further terrorism inspired by
|he "Confederate underground."
Florida office director Nathan
PerlmuHer told tha business ut
in tbat "fv first tint*,
members of the KKK and White
Citixens Councils are on the
active suspect lists ef police
throughout the Sauth as a result
of Ant i-C efamarion League
aetb/ity" since the latest rash of
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Dr. H. Franklin Williams (center), vice president of University
cf Miami, receives Anti-Defamation League's annual Leonard
L. Abess Award in Human Relations in ceremonies at Lucerne
hotel Sunday. Looking on (left) is George I. Talianoff, out-
going chairman of ADL's Florida board. Lecnard L. Abess,
honorary board chairman, looks on.
Sneeiro Accept* Award
I For Florida 0ar Assn.
Miami Beach Bar Assn. president
Herb Shapiro accepted an award
on behalf of Florida Bar president
0. B. McLwan, of Orlando, from
the Florida Public Relations Assn.
for the outstanding non-commer-
cial public relations program in the
slate.
Presentation was made Friday
at the Fontaineb*eau hotel at the
close of the group's annual meet-
ing.
Olher award winners were Flor-
ida Landscape and Nursery Co.,
commercial, and Woody Kepner, of
Miami, inrlivij^al ----- ^ > |
Keimca Reelecletl
Louis Heiman was reelected to
the executive board of American
Assn. of Jewish Education meeting
in Atlantic City, N.J., last week-
end. Heiman is a past president of
Bureau of Jewish Education of
Greater Miami.
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ANOTHEB LOCATION FOB YOUt CONVCIUCNCI
COULTON BROS.
"AtT" "MAW "HAT" YOUR TEXACO SOYS
il Way I S.W. 27th Ave. 840 S.W. 8th St.
bombings of synagogues and
Jewish centers.
Also heard was a report on ADL
activities during the appearance
here in February of the Florida
Legislation Investigation Commit-
tee headed by Sen. Charley Johns.
In an afternoon session. Dr. H.
Franklin Williams, vice president
of the University of Miami, was
presented with the League's 1958
Leonard L. Abess Award in Human
Relations. Also appearing was
Label Katz, president of the South-
east region of the Conference of
Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds.
Biscayne Federal Opens Northside
Branch a) Proposed Shopping Center
Rummage Sale Friday
Sisterhood of the Hialeah-Miaml
Springs Jewish Cener will nave its
monthly rummage sale Friday,
from a.m., at Steven's Market,
62nd st. and 27th ave. In charge
of information is Mrs. Mae Gold-
man.
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E. Albert Pallot, president of
Biscayne Federal Savings and
Loan Assn., announced the open-
ing of the association's first branch
office Monday at NW 27th ave. and
79th st., the site of the 40-acre plan-
ned Northside Shopping Center.
In announcing the opening of the
branch office, Pallot revealed that
Biscayne Federal had increased
savings in the association 103 per-
cent during 1957, and had opened
nearly one out of four of all new
savings and loan accounts in all
Dad* county. Biscayne Federal
will open in temporary quarters at
Northside with pjan.s for a perm-
anent office having already been
completed by architect Robert Law
Weed.
Construction of Biscayne Fed-
eral's permanent branch office is
expected o start within the next
few months. Biscayne Federal's
branch office was approved by
the Federal Homo Loan Bank
board in April. Manager of tha
Northside branch will he Vernon
Molusky; now assistant cashier
of the association.
During 1957 Biscayne Federal
opened 11.097 new accounts for a
total of 24.5 percent of the 45,280
new accounts opened in 1957 in all
Dade county. As an indication of
the systematic savings habits of
Biscayne Federal's savers, Pallot
said, the association's withdrawal
ratio was only 44.1 percent during
1957 compared with the county-
wide withdrawal average of 77.9
percent. "Biscayne Federal main-
tains a reserve of 4.4 percent, and
reserve figures are expected to
amount to $600,009 by July 1 of
this year," he explained.
"In just 27 months of operation,
Biscayne Federal has reached the
reserve figure required by the Fed-
eral Home Loan Bank board, in
the 17th year of operation. Bis-
cayne Federal's liquidity figure,
which is the ratio of cash to sav-
ings, averages 16 percent, consid-
erably higher than the normal
range of to 10 percent."
Pallet stressed that Ijtgtfr** I
I Fecjertl h* always tried t#
' serve the smaller systematic
! saver, and as an indication of j
I that figure ho points out that the
i average of Biscayne Federal's
savings account is $434.15.
"We are interested in the small
saver who systematically saves a
part of his income for future fam-
ily or personal needs," Pallot said.
"The small saver is the backbone
of community growth and stability.
We do everything possible to serve
these savers and to make it con-
venient for them. For instance,
we are the only savings and loan
association in Dade county to re-
main open on Saturday mornings to
serve those people who cannot
come to us during the week."
Since the beginning of 1958 Bis-
C/ionges Hove Been Made
Duncraggan Inn, Heudersonville,
N.C., is going to be an extremely
comfortable summer resort, Al
Wise, of Duncraggan said this
week. "We've made many changes
all for the good of our guests,"
he said, "and Miamians can antici-
pate spending a fun-filled, relaxing
vacation with us."
cayne Federal's assets have in-
creased by more than $1.5 million,
and nearly 2,000 new savers have
opened accounts at the association,
in that time.
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Florida to Give Degrees to 1,250
GAINESVILLE. Fla Over 1.230
students have applied for degrees
to be conferred during spring com-
mencement exercises at the Haw
vi r-itv ,i| Florida June 9
;>eaker will be
Go, Baccalaureate
- are scheduled for June 8.
with RabK M. LcIk
Dg the bac-
calaur. BOB. Df .' Wayne
Ratts. president, will confer the de-
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At installation dinner dance of Temple Judea at Dupont Tarle-
ton hotel Wednesday. Brotherhood of Temple Judea presented
its first "Man of the Year" award to Victor Reiter, Temple's in-
coming president. Philip Heckerling. outgoing president of
Brotherhood makes presentation to Reiter in acknowledge-
ment of "outstanding contribution in time and effort to the pur-
poses of Temple Judea and for deroticn and loyalty to the
ideals for which Temple Judea stands." Reiter also received
a national awaid from National Assn. for Handicapped, for
hiring handicapped people in his business. _______________
Danels Elected
C of C President
The election of I t Danels as
Me president of the BbIbbb Mi-
ami Springs Chamber oi Com-
merce was announced Wednesday.
Danels is executive vice presi-
dent and treasurer of Cittien* Fed-
er? S teal Loan aVaBB of H:
ale-h and president of th* City Gas
pany there A former builder
b> profession, he has been respoa-
B for the construction of over
J.B residential and commercial
the Hiilcsh area
^Sh hi* firm, the S F Danels
i
Jttlir **f"f s appointad in-
clude Art Calvert. first vie* pres-
ident; Andy Capeletti second
atttidMit; Virn B*nwt.
secretary; and Mrs. Vivian Heff-
man treassvrwr.
lands iu receive- the jravel of
f from outworn. presK-
Clay. and vaU be
a | ilh other officers at the
nber's mstallatioa banquet re
I rda? night. June "21. a: the H.
a -..a Race Course
I duties a* of the start of the
Chambers fiscal rear. Ju
Theme for this rears insta'Ii-
tion 'spectacw-ir. kick bkcc
than ?BB> perccs are expected to
vi will be "Oat this World."
and wiH be a sahate to Florida's
cont.-ibwtioa to the rocket age and
Cape
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Israeli Pharmacist
Makes Florida Tour
Pr Joshua Kohlberg. president
of the Israeli Pharmaceutical
Assn.. addressed members of the
Southeast Florida PharmaceuUcal
Assn. Tuesday at the offices of Mc-
Kessin and Robbins.
Dr Kohlberg was here in behalf
of the Hebrew University at Jer-
usalem.
Or. KehBjerw left Wednesday
for Atlanta, Ga.. to continue hs
twr. He is in the United State*
to raise $1 million under the
sponsorship ef the American
Committee fertheScbeelef|
Pharmacy of the Hebrew On*-
varsity. Oust* for Florida is
KM,
Earlier. Dr. Kohlberg attended >
meetings of the Florida State
Pharmaceutical Assn. convention
in Jacksonville. He was al*o b|
piesl speaker at the University of
Florida in Gainesville, as well as
at gatherings in West Palm Beach.
Ft Lauderdale and Hollywood.
Dr. Kohlberg's tour h e.r e was
arranged by Ben Saks, of Miami
Beach, statewide chairman of the
Florida Committee for the Hebrew
University School of Pharmacy.
Dr. Kohlberg is president of the
Israel Pharmaceutical Assn.. chair.
man of the board of trustees of the |
Pharmacy
University, a
versitjrs board
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18 Ysjts Ago this Week
DECU\ The rate of natural
increase of Jews in the United
Slates is lagging behind that of the
general population and Amencac-
bora Jews teas! to have smaller
families than Jewish UBmigr-
or native noa~Jews These coacJu
saons wre reported this week ir
I Nathan Goldberg of
ersrty of New York.
He sa-i the 1:-; was doe to such
factors as arti-Semiusaa. desire for
security, uuermrru.t
trotion of AaBencae Jews
cBBiri and the general
patioe of
Cape
Canaveral
cnaaber in at
to laeach their own sat-
(roan the race track.
Notional Bonk
Elects Maier VP
Chester iChet) Maier was elect-
ed a vice president ef Miami Na-
tional Bank at a recent board of
directors meeting. Harold Thar
man. president, anaeaored.
Maier was oorn in New York
He received his education in'
the New York public schools and
Fordhaan Unirersity dass of IJS3
He also is a grBdaate ef Aaaeneaa
hastitiite of ****->
Ha came t Florida m IMC. efr-
r servina in Maw York kinkmi
with National City Bank and
Manufacturers Trust Company.
H.s liiBtBil associations is Mi-
am: led to nee |an \mUmf of the
Commercial Bank ef
where he
Bank two aaooths ago. Maier will
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area designed ,o car" v^ aI******- H*thal. for-
elderly, chronical in and conTole'^n,; C^To aT? f C-SMS
ecicl diets are strictly observed. Home tea- Aqed StehirnK d Clr' IeWi8h Home for
e rr.vate bcrtHron,, ai-cdndltitoinrr, soo. j&J fn f n ?' P& and *-* Home for
!Us rrround. pafo. rvlmmina oool and rj, 6,' Mllwaukee. Wise. He has a M*w.
degree ,n social work from UrrversMv
^_J*omejsat 7060 SW Bl
it'taries
is arouna, pat
?s. All room-; are on ground floor.
Ol
versiiv of Mich-
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rhter, Mrs. Morton
hn n: It "' '. Mil31 i wo lintel -
I rvlrhtl 'pen. Ret -!.-.... were
l- F ii-uin I 'i >me, with
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MRS. LENA KANTROWITZ
pr m_' Jefferson itvc. who cane to
i n the Bronx,
Sh< I- : r-.lv.-l bv two
Inters, Mm. Ruth VYelner .in I .Mrs
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bi rangi -
FRANK R. LANE
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ii- ".is ,, bjveatn ent real em its bro-
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kee 14 yearn as
' remnle Rmanu-EI, a Zionist and
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mortgage picture. Reduced monthly pay-
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loan Aneciolien. Whatever your mortgage
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ward Klmball: a brother, sister and
four grandchildren. Bervicea and
burial war* In Hartford.
MRS. GERTRUDE YOUNG
43. of THE Carlyle ave., ril<-l May 19
Formerly ,( f"-1-1mn aha came hare
e leaven h. i h
ttauahtar, Ifiaa liari l.ynn
; i i ithei, r.i.i Blumenthal
and two e j ,u,
rrjon Funeral Home
with burial in in. Ni
* M6. CELIA GOHN
;1. or 1681 Nt: I
I) from w ,-ii na-l ai, i i.e., she
"..... :' .iu... Surviving
;i .. eon, l lavid: two ftrandchlidren,
b'or vie.
(l Horn. u.n, burial
r ..I i >.n id v
LOUIS GOODMAN
'' l-ll 1'-ti'i-vlvnii a ave. ili-d
h-4u^*iuw4-uj.e:aiis.,- 'in. Kin.
Survl' i
i Mra. Prank Kayne.
Pi ivati i .
MRS. OLGA SIDMAN
19. nf 1 E. Bav Ha Iki .'r Bay
i
n fi om Ni w Yol k Bui -
i i is Include her husband, Harry;
two da it era, Mi Mlrl
in a I Mm Ruchln. ; a mn Raul;
nd two ala-
' m i .i... p. pink
- ,\ii ml. .-'. vli -
B. ii Memorial I
with burial in i. kei.;. M
Park.
died
m; a
1 In ettant. l^fg.
HERMAN B. ARIlcu
--;,-n .lrAB,T-|SHM,v 8ft
New 1: .chelle, N V h-
,;,;;:"; win m a:.., h-,,U
with HlVerSde^each MwnortaJ
napal in ohafxe locally,
MAVER GURSKY
KiiclJ nve., .I-.
:"1'1 III .Inlius Ourakv
, era J 2 at Rlvei Ide-
l.-.i-li Men |, W|th i,
-\n. piaal ('-in. u
LOUIS LIPSCHITZ
I Mav SO. A Mai-
Jenl five ycara. he Is aurvh
,|1~ wife. Hi n, Leon
n I burl .1 ware In
N-w rorjc, with BJ\ rj .1. -Beach Me-
:'i". '! I ei ii. ..i -. : |oi ii .ii -
i ii mi ins.
MRS. SHEVA TEPLITZ
loSI Cnlllna iv. Sled .Mav 27.
A i. si.|. mi here !
N-w fork, s'n. | pun ved by her hua-
band, larael; two Bona, Couli and lr-
wln; nn.i :i daughtei. '. I'. T.-.-
Iltz. Bervlcei were Ma] IS .it Rlver-
slde-Beach Memorial Chapel, wlih
burial in Aft. btnal Cemetery.
MRS. ESTHER HOHAUSFR
H3. of 1T7 Normandy dr., died May K.
I< in her- s.: ireaaa, ahe is mi -
Iv-.l bv ih... .1 i ught< -. M. -. Mlllan
Kraft, Hilda Hauser and .Mrs Minnie
Klein; four sons, Henry, Bam, Leo and
H-n. She "as ii memlier rjf the Re-
becca l. ;-. 17:; and Liberty Lodge -7.
Services were In Par Rnckawgy, \ Y ,
with io. .1 a rani i menta by Itlverslde-
i Memorial Chapel.
'Strawberry Festival' Slated
A "Strawberry Festival" will be
held at Temple Pesach Tikvuh,
formerly Zamora Jewish Center,
June 15. Mrs. Irving Klein is plan-
ning the function as a fund-raiser
for the congregation.
Sisterhood Meets Wednesday
Sisirrhood of Temple Pesach
Tikvah, formerly Zamora Jewish
Ceater, will hold its final meeting
before the summer vacation Wed-
nesday evening at the Temple.
Mrs. David Kivel will preside.
Bytbian SUters Meet. ,
Roosevelt Temple 33, Pythian
Sisters, met Wednesday evening at
Dora August Hall. Chairmen well
.Mrs. Murray Kitman and Mrs.
Arthur Goodman.
LEGAL NOTICE
LOUIS HOF1NWOOD
74, "f Kit BueHd ave., Sled May 23. A
retired '. ik from Ball Imore, he Is
survived by :i son, Jull la Rervlcea
and burial w< r- in Ni v It, ith
Rlveralde-Beach Memorial Chapel In
. hai i;. ..f local an angi menta,
IRVING MEYERS
;r,, of 6'3 MlcMga .1 May SI,
A retlr-rl executive of Irving Mevera
Auto R. ntal. In-., of .New York City,
he Is aurvlamd by two sons. H. ikell
.ii..I Mauilee: two daughters. Mr-.
BMtalle 'Jura ami Mis- Batty Mayera;
anil on- crandchlld. Services w. re in
en Fork, with Rlveralde-Beach Me-
morlal chapel In charge of arrange-
ments locally.
MRS. BESSIE ROSENTHAL
fi9, of 6810 HV 27th at., died May 31. A
resident here 13 yeara, she is survived
by her husband. Charles: a son, Myron
Sllversieln; and two (laughters, Mrs.
M.Un Strohl and Mrs. Ruth lilttelson.
Services and burial were In New York,
with GordoS Kui-r.il Hume in chaiga
of local arrangements.
ISIDORE KURTZ
^7 NW B7th -i died May 21. A
retired Imker. h. eaWM h-r- llir
i two son-.
Aaron and Irving; Ml -
Miriam I' Peal
Mrs. I-nil Courtney, Mrs. R
rtragmnn and Mrs. Bva Mara I. Ber-
and burial were In New York,
with lt-\. nlde-Beach Memorial Chapel
in chaVfBja of in i ami-mtnis l.....ll>.
MORRIS S. MEYERHOFF
71. of 230 SW -"'Hi r.l -li-l Nay S. A
retired wholesale jewelry dealer, h<
i aim hen six months ago. Surviving
are his wife. Fannie; an I a llater,
Mrs. Lena 1'iishkln. awiwlcoa aad
burial were In Washington, with
Rlveralde-Beach Memorial Chapel In
charge locally.
MRS. ROSE SCHOENBERG
r.S, of IS41 Oarland ave., died May 31.
A resident here 10 years, she Is sur-
vived by her hush.in.I. Phil; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. ilurla Abrami; six brothere
aod one slater. Seivi-es anil burial
in Near York. *iih Rlverslde-
Heat'ta Memorial Chapel In charge of
kK'ul arrangements.
ISRAEL BAUER
15, of fcfio Kiu-lid ave.. died May 30. A
letired laundry owner, he came here
Sew York eight years ago. S.ir-
viving are hi* wife, Cans; and two
(fscara, Mrs. Jennie Rothstein and
Mrs. la.!ie Pteitler. Kervices wen
June 1 l Riverside -Be*, h Memorial
Chapel, with burial in Mt. MeDo Ceme-
tery. ____________
DR. RtCHARO FRANK
H. of ISr, West ave.. died May A
retired physician, ha came bare IS
year* ago from bprlnjjfleld, Mass. Sur-
viving are hi* wile, l'< mice, a son.
Alfril I;.. lervlBS wllh the I'.S Army
:n Germany: a daughter, kiri Ann K.
Corey; a brother and a slate*. Ser-
viceg were .Imie 1 |l Riverside -B ICh
Memorial Cria#el, with burial in Lake-
tide Memorial Park.
MRS. FANNIE SHEIWMAN
it ..f iotas Collins ave., died May 29.
\ 'aaemlM-r of the North Bhore J-i-li
Center, she came here seven >-us
aso Hnrvtvfng are her hm-baiid. Max;
., ...n. Herbert B.i three daughters,
Mis .lesanette Kmifwrnfl. Mrs. H"mt-
lyn M S.hwarU and lira. Eyel>n
a l.ioilier aind live
irisndcl.ll.il-n S rvices were In l-bM-
ndrlphia. with Itl\ er.-ale-li.-a, n .M--
niorlal Chattel In charge locally.
MORRIS URDANP
SO of 252 Washington ave., died May
A retired printer, he came here
^i\ yeara ago. Survivors Include a son
and four daughters^ Servtpea ..and
HiriSl were In New tora. witn eai-
gnaa Knnen.l chapels In charge of lo-
<
    JACOS STSIN
    ,rf 732 l^n-x ae 'lied May M In
    Hartford. Conn. A retired bulidlm,-
    actor, he was a r-i.l. nl hj
    Surviving are his wife. l.l... a
    i,. Norman; a daughter. Mrs. K.l-
    MR6. JENNIE TAPER
    R6. of 2h' NK 23th st.. died May 23. A
    bouoewlfe, the came hem i yean ago
    from Boatop she is aiinrKed by two
    sons, Benjamin and William:.a daugh-
    ter. Mis Marie Kalin: and eight
    grandchildren and IS great -grandchil-
    dren. Services were May 27 at Gor-
    don Funeral Home, with burial in Ml.
    Nebo Cemetery.
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN toft
    derilgned, desiring to engage
    business under the tlctltl. us i-.
    8TONE-H SERVICE CENTER aad
    FRED BTONECSED CARS at liiK
    B.W, ::,ih Ave., Miami. Florida Int.-Si
    to register said name with the Clerk
    of the Circuit Court of Dade CounW.
    Florida.
    FRED BTONE
    6/6-13-20-27 PH,UP ra,BRTAa
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage in
    l.usln-ss unrler the fictitious name of
    RENP'X IAi-\'|n;y at 250 NW Mh
    ave., Miami, Florida Intend io re
    said name with the Clerk of the cig.
    cult Court of Pa,I,. County, Florida.
    RAM I 1NSK V
    DOROTHY LINSKY
    76-13-
    MRS. FANNIE BORNSTEIN
    12, of San J.o-Inii.. Calif., .lied May 31.
    Hhe 1s survived bv iase Httn. Wlniam
    Hornsteln, of Miami, who flew to at-
    tend the aervloea. Also surviving are
    three daughter*, 10 grandchildren and
    12 great-STandchlldren.
    MRS. SILVIA GLOSSER
    IS, wife of Gerald Gfoaaar, Jotonatown.
    I'a died Mav 17 Wie Mai a fi.Kjaent
    visitor ..f .Miami Beach, she is sur-
    vived by a son. Jeffrey: her parents,
    Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Qltlm, Winds..r,
    Ont.. Canada, a slater and brotht r.
    LtOAL NOTICE
    ,NWM7lN~
    QOXVON
    smhssa*. mm
    tmtmm l-HTl
    NOTICE UNDER
    -FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    Nil TICK 16! HfRKt:> RIVEK that
    the uniicisign.il. desiring to eogaga i'
    business ufler the flctitlou- name Bj
    THE COVENANT MAKoK nt HS71
    and 881 W Bay BaPoor Tiflve. Mi.-
    Beach, Florida Intend to register said
    name with the Clerk of the email
    Court of Pa.!, ("ounly, Florida.
    PA.NIK1. LAVEN
    EI.SIE LAVEN, his wife
    ARTIUR CAPLAN
    EDNA i'AI'I.AN. his wife
    PA VIP STOBER
    .- \p| K STOBfnR. Ma ..
    I'll V K< 'I'l'Y. a ldo
    JEANNE L. PREE1 'MAN. a widow
    8ADIE HERTZ, a widow
    TTETlNATm HI'TNER. ESQ.
    It\ liar.>1 Attoi lie] s for Owners
    101 i!i n.|,i.i Building
    Miami 32. Florida
    t/a-ia-20-27
    IN THC COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA. IN PRORATE.
    No. 43655-A
    In RE: t>tate of
    M t I ft 1< !-: SHAW.
    1.....1
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    ' i All '' adltoi ind All Persons ll-iv-
    lalmi or Demanda Against s.iid
    Estate:
    Ynn I and r--
    any claims and de
    in mils \. iii-h you '-. have a
    tab of M \ i i;P '' -!l.\ W, di -
    . -. .1 lute of Dade l' lunty, PI
    to the Co.inly Judaes of Bade Co ml .
    and file the same in their offlcea la
    the Counts Courthouse In Dade Coun*
    iv. Plorlda, within -ieht dalendar
    months from Ihe date of the first nub-
    lienrlon hereof, or the same will be
    barred.
    li'iSB SHAW
    As Administratrix of the Estate
    of Mauri Shaw, Deeeaaed.
    MYERH rTBIMAN KAPLAN
    By: LoUla Helman
    Attorneys for Administratrix
    Eleven Klttv Building
    I1M B.W. 1st Street
    Miami. Florida
    6/6-13-20-27
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCFRY,
    No. 58C4593
    VI.Ni-KNT MURBITO
    rialntlff
    vs.
    CARMKI.I.A Ml.'RBITO
    p. f-ndinl
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    TO: Carmella Murblto
    P.O. Box 343
    Goshen. New York
    Y.-i tYrsnella Murblto are hereby
    notified that a Bill of Complaint for
    Divorce has l.een filed against v..u.
    nd WMI are rauuired to serve a copy
    of your Answer or Pleading to the
    Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's
    Attorney. Marvin fceblld. 314 Washing-
    ton Ave, Homestead, Fla., and file
    the oriiinal Answer or Pleading in
    the offl... of -he Clerk of Ihe 1'inilit
    <-.--? t on -r be'ore the 7th day ol I lljj
    1938. If yon fail to do go, Judgmeng
    by default will he taken against VOJJ
    for the relief demanded in the Lsill of
    Cnmnlalnt.
    This notice shall be published on-e
    -a.h Break f-r four -ons-cnic- a'eekg
    la THK IKWIHH FtV-*H>l.\N.
    DONE AND fHiPKREO at Miami.
    ' Ii, this 3rd day of June. A.D.
    1938
    ' E. B l.EATH'TT.MA*. Clerk.
    Circuit Court. I l ,'1 My J"AN SNKKPEN
    Deputy Clerk
    MARVIN SCHII.P
    224 Washington Ave.
    Tfomestea-I, Pla.
    Attorney i.r Plaintiff
    I 1-18-20-27
    IN THE COUNTY JUGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNT*.
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
    No. 43729 A
    In RE- Estate of
    ERIC T. GLASBB,
    I .. qi asad.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To AM Crediiors and All Persona Hay.
    unis or I "amis A*ainet Bald
    You are hereby noli'led and re-
    quired to present any claims an.l Si
    r. ind which yon may have aeuinst
    tate f ERIC T cl.AST
    i in., of Dade County, Florida,
    to the County Judges of 1
    I] nl file the same in .
    in the county Courthouse In
    within eight calendar
    month-. '''I the dart" of tb.
    ereof, or the same ui'l be
    ''stSMtr
    i I ,. ased
    CRT W I I.I.I--''H
    tl. l -i
    ]4'4-17 Coneresa Building
    Miami. P'.oriUa
    6,6-13-2
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCABT COURT OF THE
    FLFVtNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP
    Fl AR'DA 'N Itn ^"R DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHNfcRV,
    No. 68C4672
    VIliCIMA 1KAN MH-I.S.
    Plaintiff.
    i:rx:AR'i:ri;KNE mm.is.
    i ________
    COMPLAINT FOR O'VORCE
    T": Erx; \i; et'cene mil! H
    7-.; couth .fefferson Street
    Hartford City, Indl-ma
    You are r nnir-i In serve a com ..f
    your nnv-r to the Bill of Complaint
    for Pi-o-c- on ffs attor-
    n-\ ad to file the original anars-er in
    ihe ..ni ''' 'k "f the civ--.lt
    ' r- Hi- 7th daw of Ju v.
    A ft I9"v: ..I'"" "i' ,. hen t of ore filed
    . Ib< taken aa confeaged bf
    . this the
    m* lee*
    LEATH'-RMAN,
    Circuit Court.
    \ Ftoriiln
    , s\'i-i:p|-N.
    ity Clerk.
    '
    t-M s. Id ''lilding
    Miami. Florida
    e/s-ia-s
    2nd day
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