The Jewish Floridian

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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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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University of Florida
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Combining THE JEWISH NOT and THE JEWKH MtKLY
32 Number 24
Miami, Florida, Friday, June 13, 1958
Two Sections 24 Pages Price 20*
likita Blows Hot, Cold
)n Destiny of Jewish
[ife in Soviet Russia
SU 'KPWTS RAP KHRUSHCHEV,' PACE 5-4
SEW YORK(JTA>A group of American businessmen, lawyers,
cians and teachers, who spent 28 days in the Soviet Union last
ner. Tuesday released a verbatim report of their talk with Nikita
Lbcbev ,head of the Soviet government, during which he expressed
(jew on the status of the Jews in the USSR and on the possibility
m>h emigration from Russia to Israel. The report is in the form
estions put to Khrushchev and his answers. The portion referring
Jews follows: +----------------------
Ve have heard in America
Jews are not permitted to go
lo Israel.
is true to some extent and
ne extent not true. We don't
just anyone to leave the So-
I Union. We issue passports
I to those whose visits are ex-
We recently, though, al
great number of Jews to go
Wand and we knew that many
em would go on to Israel from
I am sure the time will
when all Jews, or Russians,
bat matter, who want to go to
will be able to do so. I
there are many Jews who
gone to Israel who want to
back here as life is not very
for them there.
I Is it possible for a Jew with
|ves in Israel to go there?
Yet, I think this is possible.
*W the Prime Minister of
nark asked us to grant per-
iod for three Jews to leave
oviet Union and we granted
[request. Of course, we think
Israel is taking too hostile
en altitude towards the Egyp-
tians. They recently attacked
Egypt and they often make raids
against them. The intelligence
units of the U.S. often use Jews
who heve fled for their purposes
and this is not good for our se-
curity. We do not want an honest
men who goes to visit relatives
to be turned into a traitor to his
Continued on Page 6 A
Robert B r i s c c e has been
nominated Lord Mayor of
Dublin by governing Fianna
Fail Party. In past two years,
Briscoe and James Carroll,
current Lord Mayor, have
been tied in city council bal-
lotting fcr post. In both cases,
their names were placed in a
hat for decision. Briscoe was
lucky in 1957 and Carroll, in
1958.(JT A)
FATE Of PRISONtRS STUDIED
B-G, Aides flan
Strategy Should
Lebanon Tiff Spill
TEL AVIV-(JTA)Premier David Ben-Gurion, Army Chief of
Staff Maj. Gen Chaim Laskov and top Foreign Ministry officials dis-
cussed Monday the situation which developed from the interception over
the weekend of more than 20 heavily armed Lebanese moving from a
training camp in Syria to southern Lebanon where they were scheduled
to begin guerrilla operations against the Lebanese Government and
army. :
TJGHMIPPED GENERAL TURNS EFFUS/VE
IKK Solons Fall
Into Hot Water
>NTIAGO, Chile(JTA)Radio
lidente Balmeceda reported
Uay that four members of the
Klux Klan in Chile accused of
I'mitic activities, appeared
e an Appeals Court judge in
50.
he four have been under arrest
(some time because of a suit I
against them by the Jew-
nmmunity. At the same time,
rit was presented on behalf of
nz Schweitzer, grand dragon of
"(u Klux Klan. The court post-
ed decision until further study
be case is made.
tie four are charged with at-
ting to bomb a synagogue in
tiago and with sending tbreat-
bg letters to Jews here demand-
that they send funds to a cer-
Horace Sherman, Ku Klux
, P.O. Box 5062, Waco, Tex.
Jews were threatened that
business enterprises would be
nbed if they did not pay the
Ckmail.
Israel Studies Implications
Of Warm de Gaulle Greeting
JERUSALEM(JTA)Israel's leaders and people alike this week
carefully studied the initial actions of the new de Gaulle regime in
France in a hunt for clues concerning the future relations between the
Jewish State and its best friend among the nations.__________________
France has consistently support-*----------
ed Israel on the international
scene, a degree of support which
reached a peak in the Suez crisis.
The upheaval in France which end-
ed at least temporarily with the
installation of Gen. Charles de
Gaulle as Premier could have con-
tained some threat to the Franco-
Israeli friendship.
One of de Oeulle's first acts
was to send a message to Prem-
ier David Ben-Gurion, in which
do Gaulle expressed his admire-
tion for the courage of the Isra-
elis and indicated that he intends
to maintain the "solid" friend-
ship between the two countries.
The General mede the comment
in reply to e messege of congrat-
ulations from Ben-Gurion.
The General wrote: "I greet the
courageous Israeli nation with
which France has solid links of
friendship and s h a r e s the same
spiritual ideals. I hope, like you.
that mans wisdom will consolidate
and insure peace."
Israeli sources noted with satis-
faction the warmth of the state-
ment from a man noted for the
brevity and austerity of his pubhc
announcements and looked on it
as a good augury for the future.
One of the major points unde dis-
cussion was what to do with the
prisoners. Although official circles
maintained silence on this question,
it is understood that a decision has
already been reached. Se\'oral
newspapers predicted, on the basis
of "authoritive" information, thai
they would be handed over to the
Israel-Lebanese Mixed Armistice
Commission, which means to the
government against which they
were preparing to act.
In the past, infiltrators have
been handed over to the MAC for
punishment by the Lebanese Gov-
Students Don't
Show National
Interest-Dayan
SEE Btn-GUSION,' PACE 3-A
TEL AVIV(JTA)Bri- Moshe
Dayan, former Chief of Staff of the
Israel Army and now a student at
the Hebrew University, criticized
ernment7 but"'in the context of the !srat!l tU,donts lnis we*k tor being
FBI 'Explains'
Lack of Action
In Dynami'tings
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
FBI has avoided a more active role
in the investigation of Southern
synagogue bombings in order to
avoid giving local police an "ex-
cuse for relaxing their own efforts
or for evading their own responsi-
bility," Deputy Attorney General
Lawrence E. Walsh said this week.
Mr. Walsh replied to a commun-
ication from Sen. Jacob Javits in
which the New York Republican
had urged greater FBI action to
stop the bombings.
According to Mr. Welsh, who
wrote on behalf of At. Gen. Rog-
,rs, "the ecceptence by the FBI
of some shedowy responsibilities
for the investigation obviously
could be used by local oficers as
in excuse for relexing their own
tfforts or for evading their own
Continued on Page 7A
W/ce Raid Extremist Headquarters
JERUSALEM (JTA) Jer-
alem police, acting on a tip,
'ooped down this week on a print
op and confiscated a huge sup-
>' of handbills of the extremist
e'urei Karta'sect which con-
med anti-Government smears
'1 demands that Jerusalem be
aced under international con-
rol.
ljhe police added they acted too
Me to prevent removal of thous-
ands of handbills from the print
shop which were showered by
ecTn, embers on P^P**'
and spectators in a parade here
fn a protest against the projected
swimming pool to which nuxed
bathing "'II e permitted.
Some t'0Wm,n?ndhirn"!.
m.rched in the F^*,*!2l
"rg.nized by the Agode. I.r.el.
The Neturei Karta, which boy-
cotted the parade because it was
staged with police authorization,
sought to inflame the crowd with
the smear pamphlets, police said.
When the Agudat organizers no-
ticed the tactics, they used loud-
speakers to disown the pamphlets
and the Neturei Karta.
The parade sponsors also used
loudspeakers to dispute the con-
ten t s of pamphlets circulated
during the parade.
present revolt in Lebanon any ac-
tion by the Israel Government,
whether to follow precedent and
hand them over or to hold on to the
prisoners, will be interpreted as Is-
rael's taking sides in a political is-
sue in an Arab state. Already, Ra-
dio Cairo has charged Israel-Leb-
anese cooperation.
In anticipation of further at-
tempts by Lebanese rebels and
Syrians to use Israel as a pas-
sage way for arms and men to
be used in the continuing battle
to unseat the Chamoun Govern-
ment in Beirut, the Israel Army
and border police have stationed
additional forces along the
northern end northeastern bor-
der.
Authorities in Galilee reported
Continued on Page 12 A
indifferent to national problems.
He said they should be taking the
lead in the country's drive toward
full-scale development.
In lectures to students here and
in Haifa, Brig. Dayan insisted that
partisan politics and a refusal to
lower the standard of living in the
face of overwhelming security,
immigration and development
needs are placing a heavy burden
on the country.
He felt that the young genera-
tion, which must soon run the
country, must set an example in
self sacrifice to other elements of
the population. He also claimed
that older party leaders are "liv-
ing in the past."
At both lectures, numerous stu-
dents replied to Gen. Dayan's re-
marks by explaining that their in-
difference was a reaction to in-
tense party politics.
Dag Names Cordier to UN
Team on Mt. Scopus Fracas
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
UNITED NATIONSAndrew W. Cordier, executive assistant to
United Nations Secretary General Dag Hamir.arskjold. has been named
a member of the special "Mt. Scopus team" and left Wednesday for
the Middle East to help untangle the Jordan-Israel dispute in the area.
He will be gone for a week. ?:-------------------
Now, apparently as a result of
the May 26 slaving of Col. George
A. Flint, chairman of the Israel-
Jordan Mixed Armistice Commis-
sion, Hammarskjold was sending
still a third emissary to the trouble
area.
Several months ago Hammarsk-
jold appointed Dr. Francisco Ur-
rutia, of Colombia, as his personal
representative in the Mt. Scopus
dispute.
The Colomben diplomet no-
gotieted e special agreement be-
tween Isreel and Jordan for set-
tement of the continuing argu-
ment, but the Urrutia agreement
has not been fully implemented.
Later, Hammarskjold named Dr.
Ralph J. Bunche, one of his under
secretaries, as a member of the
"Mt. Scopus team," and Dr.
Bunche visited both Amman, cap-
' ital of Jordan, and Jerusalem.
Students Leaving
BONN (JTA) For the first
time this summer, students from
West German schools will spend
several weeks working in collec-
tive settlements in Israel. The an-
nouncement was made here by the
International Student Service,
which is organizing the work tours.


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Independent Vocational Service te Open
Programs in Miami Before Sept. 15
An independent Jewish Voca-
horal Service "of expanded scope"
if sees as a reality by Sept IS.
aecordaeg to welfare leaders here
San i. Iterman was WMMn
named by Aaron M Kanner. Great
er Miami Jewish Federation pres-
ident, to head a pra*ual organ-
ization committee whose job will
be to define and implement the
procedural steps tor setting up the
ne agency
Members of the eemrmtwe hare
visit in Mi
far the
Blaekstone Marks
First Anniversary
Outstanding senior crmeus wil'
be guests of honor at the Black-
stone's first anniversary party
Wednesday Jdne 18 at lt:38 pm
a: the Blaefcstowe rctatmint wotsJ
Mrs MamJe Jaaksoa *fB he pre
>?ated with a cBeCion ha R*p Jo**
B. Orr for her activities in the field
01 '. rtuenship.
Executive director Michael Sos-
s3 win hold open house in the
gardens Ffigihrbt of the noon day
affair will be an exhibition of the
ar' and crafts wort of the senior
c:trens. and the presentation of the
Blaekstone ehotr under the diree
t.on of Ben Yemen
a'resdy received the BiSt
copter of a formal report submit -
ted by Reaand Bam. enaamaren d-
reC.er Of the Jewish Occupational
Count d. who recenxry aitonl a* cexa-
sul'ant to Federation's comniueWy
wieaaan; coraml'tee. of ohieb Mrs.
Stanley C. Myars m chairman.
Information contained in the
According, to Heimaa. a
tee of 49 man and w *
-HatiBf ail facets of cominuna
in Greater Miami will comprise
the provisaonal pianoiata group
-*MMn> Mr target date for as
ahtamiient of the ageary has been
set Bar nept rV. aBer* ts a Srreng
possibility that the Jewish Voca-
tional Serore afxace may be ready
i|ar tnaaai n prior la that date.''
Dr Michael Goodman
f a seaereto Jewish V
Service to help Creator
MUmiaae.
it-
iaT*Dfe
Morn than MB iutHiiln>in a* Greater Miami lawiah Fadnrofion
and their friends utnlk'lUiied in MBs rJORuttl uJwaRinrj|_in Amtr-
tcana hotoL PttouUik 6$ Tunq' prtnjrmn celwhteJunq Two
Decade, of Ccmmvftitr 9nrrica" dm Bori. rtahntn AMdr. Ihra#l
Consnl: president Aaron It Kanndr. who was iMrnVWd to a
aecond term; dfamar JaUhunai Sata Bkxnlr. and Ldttol J I Rat*,
of New Orteon. lop 8*003 Btith Mater enl ijuwaR ayaRater.
jpn that date and aSfaH
fee the library wUhLTH
Sunday. WeekT>*Mi
Monday throurtPr^^
'eminent of Israel lodged,'
;pUurt trm week wh^\
*mn*eam>.4toBn of Jsti.i
aawmt,he Govern a*,1'
ia tor damages reaarwTJ
shooting down of aaladh
in the summer of ua iT]'
ranaiUCS to be hamd aettr
The United Sutei
IwUct lad nationals
.passengers and era*
hare also lodged cons
against Bulgaria Hmrrrtfl
a* South Africa. e*W|
ttfonals. have not
(war Inreeraty of Ml
to 1951. is executive director of the
roeataanal service of
The crash was foDow^ VI
investigation and sobteaaagf
aVaL ^eneconon\lc7^polications for ** *-venn pS
re^strttlor, are now being accept- f**"^,*^.100^ s!*Hfl
in trends of clothing
primarily
will be offered July
at the University of
Seigfried Getsmar will be
i:> chairman. nth Carl Gardner
| i- master ef ceremoawes.
. -a tors, coanty and city
.' '
STOP TERMITE
FR 4-1776
*?ie* inspection
enu /*il"
MO"
i f SINC 1901
WORLD'S LARGEST
Bee will he located m the Ci
bldg. Miami. Heretofore.
tional ruidacce programs
conducted by Jewish Family Ser
vice. A the "parent"" of JVS. clo*e
caoperatton and assistance by JFS
is being extended to the provision-
al committee
Fuietiervnj v^&*r th# aee's ef
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration. JVS is e>9ect*d to be-
come "tHe newest iotel ayency in
the caiwmunity rendering the
service which we discovered nec-
tar teachers.
25 to Aug. 1
Miaau.
Laaarted to Ml students, the work-
S Rice, assistant professor of
ed.
according to Mrs.
BUY A SAFE OND
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34 YEARS OF TiTLf SERVICE IN DAOE COUMTY
ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE
City Twit
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essary,
Myers.
CaRaaaM FTirlich was named
He-.man to head the constitution
ar.d by-laws committee.
Members of the provisional com-
tee include Samuel G. Alpert.
Sidney M. Aronovitr. Mrs. Meyer
Jcrtf Blank. David M. Blumberg.,
V A. Baskm. Dr Sidney L- Bes-1
vimck. David Bogen. David Catv
man. Mrs. Charles Feinberg. Cle-
men J Ehrlich. Dr. and Mr*
David H Gatemar. Lou Goldman.
PTiHiam Goldring. Lewis R. Good-
man. Mr. and Mrs Eocene Hei-
mtn. Albert J. Htrsch. Morns
Hoffman.
Maurice H. Hyraan. Harris L.
Klein. Aaron Kravitz. Rabbi Leon
Kromsh. Mm Nathaniel D. Levin.
Dr. DodaM Michefaon. Dr Jose oh
R Narot. Maurice Oroviti. Col i
Nathan B. Rood. Rabbi Yaakov
Rosenberg. Arnold Rabin. Irving'
Rubin. Lloyd Rnskm. Herbert E
Scber. PhU Schoenberg. Dr J R
SchaarU. Mrs Hilton Sirkin. Dr.!
Je Spirer. Mr and Mrs Sam'
Stark. Jack Toppetl, Clayton Wild-'
stein. Charles VThitebrook. and "at!
W W.nokur
Servine as ex-officvo members in,
an advisory capacity are Al\m
.Cassei. Albert Comanor. executive
i director of JFS. Samuel Cohen,'
' director of bodgtting and com-:
munity planning of Federation.'
" Mrs Myers, and Dr Benjamin B.!
Rosenhenr, executive director of!
Federation.
Subject matter will include
| clothing construction techniques,
tailoria* and fitting problems, ax
well as resources and illustrative
material for teachers.
Classroom and laboratory sea-!
sions will be supplemented by
, guest rectures.
I Three graduate or undergrade
ate credits will be offered for the i
"aortsnop
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LOW COST HOME LOAHS TO BUY. BUILD. REFINANCE OR REPAIR
Inuvlrfes Invitad No Obligation
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June 13. 1958
J**istirhrldiar
rs of Health Council of North Beach Elementary School
line wriggling bacteria under microscope during a tour
It. Sinai Hospital's laboratories. Dr. Jerome Benson, hos-
I's chief of pathology, explains what makes microbes grow
importance of cleanliness. Tour was one of a series in-
by Mt. Sinai for youngsters in school, scouting, syna-
ae, church and other groups. Samuel Gertner, executive
lor of hospital, said purpose of series is to give children
easant introduction to a hospital, allaying fears they might
rwise develop about them.
Gilt to Push Construction
Of Hebrew Univ. Building
NEW YORK A gift of $100,000
by the Jacob Levy Foundation will
be used for the erection of a build-
ing on the new campus of the He-
brew University at Givat Ram, Je-
rusalem.
All
TERMITES!
DRYW00R
B>
\ NYLON TENT
BTEFRANEAN ,
By
CHEMIC&l
Trtatatit
EVERYJOt
GUARANTEltl
Call FR 9-1761
TRULY NOLEN. inc.
The new building, already under
construction, is to be called the
Jacob Levy Building for Econom-
ics and Social Sciences, in honor of
the late Jacob Levy, New York
builder and realtor, who died here
in 1951 at the age of 76. The gift
was presented by Leon and Mor-
ton Lane, president and vice pres-
ident, respectivey, of the Founda
tion.
BOAT LOAN?
DON'T POSTPONE-
JUST PHONE
JMk
Coll Mr. Barker FR 4-7211
Consumer Credit Department
Til cm iftiri that small lut in wilt ti kiy
HOWthrough a loan from Pan American
Bank of Miami! You save money because
you pay low bank rates, and ihe monthly
installments will be as easy to take as a
sunny Sunday on BiscayneBay.Shipahoy!
J- O. We're also glad to arrange thrifty financing
for motor*, trailer*, boating equipment.
PAN AMERICAN BANK
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Youths Face Jail After Kisco Spree
MT. KISCO, N. Y.-(JTA)-Ten
teen-agers from the wealthy
Mount Kisco area faced possible
jail sentences this week for in-
vading the Yeshiva Farm Settle-
ment, shouting names at the Or-
thodox students and yelling
"Where are the dirty Jews?"
The mother of one of the teen-
agers, all from wealthy families,
insisted that "some of my dear-
est friends are Jews," and none
of the nine boys charged with
trespassing would admit in New
Castle court that anti-Semitism
was the reason for the raid. The
tenth defendant, who is under 16,
was handled as a juvenile de-
linquent.
The formal charge against the
youths in court declared that
"tr.e defendants drove thoir cars
bout the grounds of the Yeshiva
Farm Settlement, shouted names
at the tenants and inquired:
'Where are the dirty Jews?' "
Mrs. Mary Cercena insisted her
son. Robert, 18, "just wouldn't say
things like that. Some of my
dearest friends are Jews. I'm al-
most afraid to meet them. I know
my son didn't say such a thing.
He's not like that."
Defense attorney Edward T.
Salvato asked Justice Morris'jj,.
Lasker to have seven of Ujenine
t re a t'e <3" as"youthful offenders,
which would mean that if con-
victed, none would have the stig-
ma of a record. Town Prosecutor
Thomas Gilchrist concurred in
the motion but not before warn-
ing that "the community is out-
raged. This is the type of rowdy-
ism we expect in other commun-
ities."
Seven of the nine pleaded
guilty to being youthful offend-
ers. Two, both over 19, pleaded
guilty to a lesser offense of dis-
orderly conduct. Justice Lasker
set a date this week for senten-
cing. All are liable to a fine of $:>0
or six months in jail or both.
Joseph Lederer, a member o
the board of directors of the
farm, disputed statements of the.
mothers that the teen-agers wera
"just letting off steam."
"We have had at least 25 raids
in the last two years like this
one," he said. "Our printing shop
has been broken into and $3,000
worth of Hebrew type destroyed.
Our gate house has been demol-
ished time and time again. Often
at night we get threatening tele-
phone calls."
Ben-Gurion Stands Behind Vocal Dayan
TEL AVIV (JTA) Premier
David Ben-Gurion supported this
week the outspoken views of Brig.
Moshe Dayan, former Israel Army
Chief of Staff, who has been prea-
ching a tightening of Israel's belt
and a lowering of living standards
if necessary to speed the country's
basic development. In an unusual
emphasis at a Mapai Party lead-
ers "idealogical conference" a t
Kfar Saba, Ben-Gurion appealed
for respect for Brig. Dayan.
The Premier's intervention came
after criticism by a number of
Mapai top level officials against
Gen. Dayan. Currently a student
at the Hebrew University, the gen-
eral has recently addressed stu-
dents, calling on pioneering and
other youth groups for self-sacri-
fice to speed the country's indus-
trialization and agricultural expan-
sion pace.
Brig. Dayan has asserted that
even if unemployment results from
a change of economic direction in
the country, it is not too high a
price to pay for basic industriali-
zation, which he views as a neces-
sity for security and for the ac-
ceptance of more immigrants.
Dr. Giora Josephthal, general
secretary of the Labor Party and
a spokesman for the forces oppos-
ing Brig. Dayan, decried the
tough-hearted" approach to the unemployment," Dr. Josephthal
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is no greater social calamity than \ ;o degeneration of public life."
Colleagues Wish
Rabbis Farewell
Marseilles hotel was the site last
week of a farewell luncheon ten-
dered Dr. Irving Lehrman, of Tem-
ple Emanu-El, and Rabbi Alfred
Waxman, of Temple Zion.
Dr. Lehrman is 1 e a v i n g on a
special mission sponsored by the
National Conference of Christians
and Jews, in which he will tour the
Iron Curtain countries.
Rabbi Waxman is leaving to visit
his native land, England.
The farewell luncheon was under
the auspices of the Greater Miami
Jewish clergy.
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25 Siran 5718
Number 24
Report from Dr. Lehrman
Dr. bring Lehrman's tr.p to Ri
the auepaces at the National Center enr at
Christians and Jews should result is a nsebcu-
ku report to the community whsa the apirthiril
leader returns.
Dr. Lehrman's latest trip comes en the
heels af his rscent tour of Israel where he met
with top government peraonalibes.
Behind the Iran Curtain, he hopes to affect
a person-to-persca contort with the average
Russian and especially with the sorely-tned
Jewish community there.
What Dr. Lehrman has to report an hie re-
turn will add to our stowry-emerging picture of
hie under the domination ci the Sonet Union.
Denial of Respoftsitfitj
Ml sjscc NY. modes- tms week, hi
'hich a group cf wen-ogees dagecxaakd me
privacy cad prcpotty of a aeatiry Yeshiv-a
aent is on casact teasea m baooh-y.
'A"hot fiii tie
most ether coses at
the teen-agers involved <
from wealthy, probably

let the chlerenoes
il-aiwy takes up where the parents et
can: youths aaav aL res;
ci thee chiidre:
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Berlin. Frankfart Mate, Masarh. Basskarg aad
were no daily iras delta anasgiil lor at to v wm,
meet sad talk with asses*, wean aey argnacnt of
We aaw Jess aad aaaJsni. ham mm. edacatart, i
mmu leasers, esriaanawti. eeaaeaaaau. aahncal leahn,.
leaders-a fact, we teimiit eeeryked) aad rverrtkhf,
fienf j (
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by kesskang. aitSBei y ftre and street rlgbimz its 'irmt i
most part, reduced to mbese. its
most start, reduced to rabaee. as ssaaatnes mpchd. hi i
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Experts Rap Khrushchev Interview

JTA-Py Dicaet Talatypa.Yflra
NEW YORKExperts on the Jewish situation id the Soviet Union
Tuesday took issue with statements made by Nifciia ftbrushchev, Soviet
Premier, on Jewish issues as related in the verbatim record published
by a group of Americans who discussed various problems wilb bun in
the Kremlin interview, including the problem of Jewish rights in tbe
Israel. (See "Nikita Blows,' Page 1-A.)
Israel.
The experts pointed out that in
his answers to the questions put to
him by the American group, which
included businessmen and profes-
sionals, the Soviet Premier repeat-
4eO number of a,s>ej3iflAS-*e made
in the past to delegations,' Com-
munist and non-Communist, who
inquired about the plight of Soviet
Jews.
It was emphasized by the ex-
perts that the fact remains that
Jews ar not permitted to leave
Russia for Israel, with the ex-
ception of an occasional elderly
person permitted to loin rela-
tive*. Khrushchov's reference to
"perroi*>ion for three Jews to
leave toe Soviet Uo>90" on a
special plea from the Prime
Minister of Denmark was cited
as proving tfcjs point.
His allegation that Jews who lef
Russia have been used by "iolel
ligence units of the U.S.1' was term-
ed as being without D*la in fad
and another example of the
various rationales conmved by So-
viet leadership to deny uie Jews
the right to leave the USSR.
The experts pointed out that
Khrushchev in his statement
blamed the closing of Yiddish thea-
tres in the USSR upon the war but
makes no reference to Stalin's per-
secutions which resulted in the
liquidation of hundreds of Yiddish
intellectuals, artists and writers.
Furthermore, he shows no indica-
tion in his statement that he in-
tends to rectify this situation. To
his claim that "all depends upon
the will of the Jews" and "their
initiative" the experts ask: "How
can this wj|l, be eseri.sefl without
a clear statement from Khrushchev
ihat the Jews can act with impun-
ity and that the government would
.xtend its fullest cooperation?"
Flagler Dance Saturday
"Roaring Twenties" is the theme
of a dance by the Flagler-Granada
Women's Group Saturday evening
at the Center, 50 NW 51st pi.
Jae Sam Silver (toft). 707 Malaga ave.. Coral Gables, pro-
mts Bible to Miami Mayor Robert King High in exchange
> city key Judge Silver took last month to Mayor of Jerusalem
Irshcn Aaron. The Bible, written in both Hebrew and Eng-
i, is a girt from Mayor Agron.
irida JWV Picks Dresner Commander;
it Miami Pest to Host '59 Convention
avid Dresner has been elected
ite department commander of
! Florida Department, Jewish
Veterans of the United States,
lection came at the Florida
12th annual convention in the
Gate motel last week.
officers are Irvin Stein-
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in Morris, first junior vice
Render; Ralph Grossman,
junior vice commander;
lis Phillies, judo* advocate;
Leff, three-year trustee ;
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Lett Miller, one-year Trustee; and
Ted Lingaton, trustee.
Dresner appointed Abe Isgar ad-
jutant; Lion'Brass, quartermaster;
and Martin P. Shachat, publicity
chairman.
Resolutions passed at the con-
vention include the following:
All non-essential stores and
businesses to be closed on Mem-
orial Day.
Gey. Lopg of Louisiana be re-
quested-to see that elections not
be held on Saturday, which is the
Jewish Sabbath.
e Congress enact laws tor tbe
protection of World War II widows'
independence.
t FBI be granted special pow-
ers to investigate and combat acts
of vrqlence against synagogues
and churches.
Florida spprts writers, under
the a'uspicess of JWV. selected the
outstanding American athlete is
Florid*.
West Miami Post was voted as
host post next State Department
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Wagner to Head
Sholom Group
Jack Wagner will be installed
president of Temple Beth Sholom
Brotherhood at a Father's Day
brunch Sunday at the Temple.
Wagner came to Miami Beach
from Pittsburgh in 19M. He is first
vice president of the Miami Beach
Optimists, first vice president of
the Baysbore Golfers Assn. and
president of Bayview Club.
Wagner, who attended Duquesne
University, is also a member of
the Zionist Organization of Amer
ica and B'nai Brith
The Sunday brunch will take the
form of a father-child function, ac
cording to outgoing president Dr.
Meyer Eg.ratz.
Other officers to be installed
are: Harold Granoff. Judge Philip
Scblissel. Bernard Rosen, vice pres-
idents: David Drucker. secretary:
Benjamin R Berlin, treasurer
Board members are Jack A Ab-
bott. Zachary F. Baily. William
Bomstein. Dr Ralph Cobb. Arthur
DeGutz. Dr Meyer Eggnatx. Jack
F r.k. Walter Jacobs. Frank Ka-
rrer.. Irvin& B Kaplan. Sam Kom-
ack. Tom C. Kravitx. Harry A.
Lack. Man-in Lewis. Samuel Mar-
tin. Howard H. Miller. Murray
Miller. David Muskat. Sol S Pine.
Melvin J Richard. Dr Alexander
Robbins. Albert L. Rosen. Dr. Nor-
man J Russ. Leo Schloss. Bernard
Specior. Paul A. Stern. Arthur Wel-
der. Ben;amin Zimmerman.
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Nikita in III Wind on Soviet Jem
JACK WACffft
Omttmai from Page i a
country. But these era only tem-
porary difficulties which will be
lomevod with the improvement
of rotations.
Q. But Egypt refuses to permit
Israel boats to pass through the
Suez Canal and the Gulf of Aqaba
and often raids Israel territory,
and is there not blame on both
sides?
A Yes. it is a complicated ques-
tion. You must understand the sit^j
nation of the Arabs who lived on
then- own land and were forced out
by Israel They are suffering and
cannot have good feeling towards
Israel Also there was the ON de-
cision on the boundaries of Israel.
Group Elects
Parzen President
Jack Parzen. M.ami Beach sales
representative, was elected presi-
dent of the Florida Handbag and
Jewelry Salesmen's Assn.. to sue
Max Schaeffer.
At it* annual meeting last week
at the Algiers hotel, the veteran
Przen was unanimously elected to
heel the group now in is fixirth
year.
Reelected were Irwin Robb:ns
and Ben Frank, first and second
\ ce nresiden's. Marcia Gold was
chosen as secretary, uhile Charlie
Stone was made treasurer All re-
side in the Greater M.ami area.
Jack R -- was reappointed execu-
te director
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VIENNA-ChanceUor Julius Raab
said Tuesday that on his recent
visit to the I'ctted States he had
refused to agree to a proposal from
major Jewish organizations there
that Austria advance payment of
claims of Nan victims who have
been waiting for compensation for
many years.
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Rabbi Wallach
Will Officiate
Rabbi B e n n o M Wallach. of
{Temple Sinai. N. Miami, will play
i a leading role at the opening ses-
sion of the Wth annual convention
| of the Central Conference of Am-
encan Rabbis at Chicago June 24.
and grabbed territory.
to be cooperation on both sides to
solve the problem.
Q Can any minority group rach
as the Jews open a theatre any-
where in Russia? Would yon en-
courage this?
A. This is a vary aid question.
Thar* used fa ha many Yiddish
Ihealras in many cities. Moscow,
Odessa, Kiev. Lvov. Owing me
war wo lost many Jews. It was
a tragedy. In Western Ukraine
for example, which came over
from Poland, large numbers of
Jews paid money to the Nazis to
escape and fell into the hands
of the executioners. They wore
executed when may get to Po-
land. You have soon in your
travels the culture and customs
of many different republics:
Georgia, Kazakhstan. Uzbeck-
iston and Tajikistan. But me
Jews are dispersed throughout
the Soviet Union. Wa wanted to
unite mam and established Biro-
biien for this pyrpaoa. AM that
is left new in ftirebijan an signs
in Yiddish at the railroad sta-
>*uage where cwM
-ate. go? Wewo^J
"*> tea year JJI
versme. for tb^Oal
bc.luvetheir9wta
U*u- own lanruaR. .'f^
WtW'huSiheJS^Sj
and engulfed ,n u,e **
?*yh*t. TheyemoJV
fits of the RepubiSla
uve and complex fi
nomic and Poht.e.i^Z'-
other freedoms can SJJJ
can *, ind work ,*,
can be no creater fogg
Our posmon is that7|F
upon the will of the j '"
want u, create a ,
borders like Birobidfc.'
against this and it eo
day but the mituur,
from the Jews there
have their own Unaa-I
and traditions Theaahi
would be Jewish and n
have the beneiiu of n
.wanted. But to w ,.
j schools all o\er RumJ
too expensive.
Rabbi Wallach will officiate
services marking the opening of
the five-day meeting.
The Central Conference. Amen-
ta's largest and oldest rabbinic
at Hans
There are many Jews in the gov-
ernment and even in the Central
Committee of the Party. They are
;organization, represents more than ^j^^ int0 lbe Russian ^
TOO spiritual leaders_of R ef or m ,ure and Unguage u e had seven
"""J^Jj, ViS year schools for Jews in the Jewish
Edfewater
: ted States. Conv
be held at Chicago's
Beach hotel.
He insisted that Austria had al-
ready paid compensation at a
speedier rate than obligated under
ns laws SO million schillings a
year.
On the whole, the chancellor
said the Jewish leaders seemed
dm
The chancellor told
ference that t-^e condition of the
Vienna synagogue and the mam
Jewish cemetery in this city are
scandalous. He pledged that the I At Temple Judea's installation
next national budcet would carry dinner at the DuPont Tarleton ho-
an i .0 million schillings to;tel last week, incoming president
Fred Jonas, ne*n-i
North Shore Lodg,, B|a
has left for Roanob,\i,t
the District 5 Bnai Brft,
Uon He will receive J
B'rith "Benr.\." highat
membership award prw
members for unilagjuji
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ordained as r.'bbi at graduation
tet of the Jewish Theological
ry of America Sunday in
New York City.
Cohen was among 60 graduates
of the Seir.marv live schools re-
ceiving degrees
Some 2.000 persons attended the
exercises in the Louis Marshall
Quadrangle of the Seminary
Victor Reiter was presented with
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At Lawnlite Corp.. he employs
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As president of Summer Furni-
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William G. Thompson, of Flam-
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June 13. 1958
HOMESTEAD!
C.J.A.
tf/CTOSy PAHjy

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Bestead and Keys celebrate completion of their successful
jbined Jewish Appeal drive with a victory party at Home-
\& Jewish Community Center. Herman Marks (left), CJA
irman, is shown with Maj. Alfred Coombs, Irvin Barnett,
Did Thurman, speaker of evening, and Sidney Peckett,
iman of victory party.
Leader Declares S. Florida Must
Do More to Support Israel, Welfare
he Jewish community of South Florida has not yet begun to give
lately to support the State of Israel and to finance welfare causes
ne. said a prominent Combined Jewish Appeal leader this week.
Did Thurman, a v i c e presi- -------------------------------------------
the Greater Miami Jewish
lation. addressed residents of
omestead and Keys area at a
party celebrating' the com-
of the local Combined
Appeal drive.
ttakt In th annual Combined
Jewish Appeal, he declared tine*
its 55 agencies reach out to serve
very Jewish family through
schools, youth centers, hospitals,
and other welfare agencies.
Itrman, president of Miami
nal Bank, pointed out that
State of Israel has, for ten
p, accepted all who sought
n, without regard to their
tic or social status. "The
|ing rescue and relief prr.-
was made possible by sac-
| contributions on tho part of
ncan Jewry," Thurman
[Floridians have a personal
igue to Hear
ipa Official
|u;il meeting of the Dade
League of Municipalities
held Friday evening at the
Shores Country Club, ac-
Ig to Dean R. Claussen, pres-
ptinn of officers and directors
coming year' starting July
be principal order of busi-
laussen said.
ured speaker will be Ralph
larxicano, of Tampa, legal
fl of the League. Marsicano,
i also city attorney of Tampa,
liscuss "How the Proposed
Constitution would Affect the
bpalities."
iGUST BROS H\i '
I > r #.i |i| M
A highlight of the evening's pro-
gram was a dramatic candlelight-
ing ceremony conducted by pro-
gram chairman Sidney Peckett,
with members of the CJA commit-
itee lichting ten candles to signify
Israel's tenth anniversary.
Homestead CJA chairman Her-
man Marks reported on the cam-
paign, and urged workers to finish
the job of a card coverage within
the next ten days.
Among guests of honor present
at the victory party were Mrs.
John B a I f e publisher of the
Homesttead News; Sylvester P.
Adair, president of the Chamber
of Commerce; J. L. Burton, city
councilman; Stanley W. Wittkop,
city councilman; and Maj. Alfred
Coombs, chaplain of the Home-
stead Air Force Base.
Sidney Kanter represented t h e
B'nai B'rith organization of Home-
stead. Also present were Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Losner, former CJA
chairman, James D. Liebman, Mr.
and Mrs. Ben Leff, Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Peskoe, Alexander Rosen,
Abe Rosin, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Sil-
ver, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Barnett,
Mr.' and Mrs. Morris GerU, Mr.
and Mrs. Ed Goldenberg.
The program included entertain-
ment by Sammy Shore, who is
currently appearing at the Eden
Roc hotel. Site was the Homestead
Jewish Center.
Miami Leaders
To Attend Confab
In Jerusalem
A group of Greater Miami Jew
ish leaders will visit Israel to at-
tend the United Jewish Appeal's
20th anniversary conference.
According to advance reports,
the largest number of UJA leaders
ever to meet in the Jewish State
will convene in Jerusalem June
24 through 26 to participate in cere-
monies marking Israel's tenth an-
niversary year.
The historic conference, which
will take place in the Wise Audi-
torium of Jerusalem's Hebrew Uni-
versity, will be attended by repre-
sentatives from hundreds of Amer-
ican cities.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blank, of Mi-
ami, will head the local delegation,
and will represent the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation, president
Aaron M. Kanner said Wednesday.
Among others who will be vis-
iting Israel at this time are Mi-
ami Beach Mayor and Mrs. Ken-
neth Oka, Mr. and Mrs. Larry
Silverman, Mr. and Mrs. A. B.
Wiener, Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Schatiman, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Kahn, Joseph Mechow, Miss Lil-
lian Goodman, Miss Esther
Goodman, Dr. and Mrs. Robert
Litowiti, Dr. Isaac Lerer, Joseph
Rambam, Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Gettleman, Mrs. Leo Gelvan, and
Mr. and Mrs. Max Parness.
Delegates will meet Prime Min-
ister David Ben-Gurion, President
Itzhak Ben-Zvi, and other leaders
of Israel.
The United Jewish Appeal has
launched a cash drive to raise $40
million before the anniversary con
ference opens its three-day session
in Jerusalem.
I
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UJA national chairman Samuel
H. Daroff, of Philadelphia, has
been named drive chairman. He
will fly to Jerusalem to take charge
of the all important 'cash line" at
the UJA conference.
FBI 'Explains1
Inaction Here
Continued from Page 1 A
responsibility and in the end it
would certainly furnish no basis
for ultimate Federal prosecu-
tion."
By leaving local responsibility
unambiguous and unclouded," the
Deputv Attorney General said, "the
attention of the nation has been
focused upon the officers of the
communities directly concerned to
measure their response to violence
and bigotry. Further, it has seem-
ed obvious that the prosecution of
this type of crime would be far
more effective, its deterrence of
future acts more certain, and its
meaning to all t h e w o r 1 d more
clear, if conducted by the outraged
communities themselves rather
than left to some outside force be-
cause of some assumed inadequa-
cy of local will or leadership."
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tion progress of new Mt. Sinai Hospital on a recent tour of
construction site. Miss Benzell's guides are Carl Weinkle,
hospital trustee; Sam Reznick, trustee and member of building
committee; and Dr. Solomon B. Goldman, Mt. Sinai Hospital.
medical staff president.


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Bureau of Jewish Education officers were in-
stalled at recent ceremonies at Deauville
hotel. Standing (left to right) are Charles Gott-
lieb and M. A. Bask-in. vice presidents; Col.
Dudley Brodie. treasurer; and Louis Schwarts-
man. executive director. Seated are Ma. Louis
Glesser. secretary; Sol Goldman, president;
and Leo Robinson, vice president.
500 Attend Academy Graduation
An audience of men than 500
persons attended the tugbui orad-
u a ties efiPrcnw u< tne Uahcew
Academy Tuesday evesioi at the
Algter* ootel
Guest j^ealtej wa* -: J*. ;i*iviBa
W. Lm^bman. director u/ s^eiBSaV
tary t-duiauoD of the Board of
J'ubuc InslVufttan of Dade County
Greetings were pytwdrd by Mrs
Irvins Firtel. president of Hebrew
Academy Womss. and Mr, M H
Ruscjeuouse. president uf the He-
brew Academy PTA
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Mr*. Ethel Grossman presented
HEBREW SELF-TAUGHT
the Maurice Grossman Memorial
Service Award to Leon Firtel. Rab-
bi Alexander S. Gross, principal,
presented the annual Jewish Flor-
idian iouraabssn Award to Alfred
Kaye. The PTA Social Studies
Award was giren to Daniel Axial ay.
The receotlyestatdisbed Sidney
M Appel Character Award went to
Larry Nadler. Presentation was
made by Mrs. Benjamin Appel.
Th 'Amaricawtoiw Awards, pea-
sant a J aeneelly to tere sr***)
graders by Miami Sees* lib
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A special narT#tipn, "Dessocrasy
and Judaism," was presented b1
Daniel Aranoff. Arthur Spotter and
Ann Yedbo.
Chairman of the evening was
Faith Beutbard. The myocaUoa
was delivered by Larrv Nadler.
Benediction was recited "by Bobby
Andfen. Atnjemas were aljMrihMlH
W MBupl Ratnhart, Vice presi-
den| p| the Mebsew Academy, and
Rabbi Morris Horovitz, dean of
boys.
Presentation of gift from tbe
graduating class was made by Rita
Pollack. The final charge to grad-
uate* was made by Rabbi Gross.
Men's Club Will
Fete Gustofson
University of Miami football
coach Andy Gustafsoo will be hon-
ored by the Men Club of Temple
Pesach Tikvah Monday evening,
June 16. at the Temple, 44 Zamora
ave.
GustafsoB has been chosen by
the club to receive this year's
Youth Service Award.
The award is presented annually
"for inspiring youth Untard Ihie
virtue of good sport itfi^oship."
R*4dm[ Uvamti umdenti msj be obtunta through jom lotsl Hebrew
Org*ni*4H*i or b) weuuig /*; Beit ivnt OUmu, P.OB. 7111,
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Orthodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman.
Friday Slit |>.m Saturday S:4i a.m.
CTH JACOS. SOI-311 W.ihington
ave Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Storn.
Cantor Maurice Mamchos.
Friday ( p.m. Saturday S:S0 a.m. Har-
mon "Can larael Take Criticism?"
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CTH RAPHAEL. IS* NW 3rd ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Ario Becker.
Frldav ;J0 p m. Raturday JO a.m.
Sermon: "The Enemy Within."
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ETH TFILAH. SOS Suclid avs. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
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OAOE HEIGHTS JEWISH CENTER.
1S1S0 NW 2nd avs. Consorvative
Rabbi Nathan H. Zwitman.
l-'i i'I.i > l:ii pin. Murray Babep to
. on'lu. ( oanlllilate rvtbhalb aervl<-e.
i'aul MiU'Jie:i Ul cbjnt liiuiay t.Suo>t
P^aker Fr-d Cullen Tontr: 'Th'
(ThHd Takt the l'r-n to Relialoui.
School I'artlcli.anlx: Harold Sam-
ueli>. Michael Altec. Joe Chalt. S..I
Kul.bin. tflirMoii Roth, K-n.lif Kchnel-
oe>r, Joe ttace. Kit K neth s ton Wcinatein. l{rU-rt Zu rendition*
tain. QfII
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lituuv '
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Selif MSUVr. Fred Culleu. Her-
" r. Norton Ro.tDer. ]|,
Tlrtser. Kenneth Khwartz
lerl.t I I
r-LAGLER GRANADA. SO NW Slst pi
Conservat.vs. Rabbi Murray A.
Saturday a.m.
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HIALEAMMIAMI SRSMNOS. SSI Fla.
asieien Way Cejnseryativs. Rabbi Lee
aytadar S:l. i< to. Lal ipnuaa aarvife
hf summer arason. Sermon: "Father's
tm* ChaO.aa* f.- I)ad Onea Shab
boats: Mr- And Mr- AUt-rt l^viu.
'. and MTV. orris ltacblin Satur-
day a.m. Bar MltSvao. JeSTrav. sao
of Mr and Mr.
Raadville Smith.
A6raham LevU*,^
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TEMPLE EMA^7u*ET n.,
ton .... Coneer,,,,^'*'
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of Dr Uhrnun U?1J*1
aid. son of Mr ^ KnT
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF OH
AMI. W NE ,h a. C
Joseph Narot Cantsr
stein. '
Friday vr, p m. germ,-
ducted In Jacob H Kual
Ur. Natol w,U read m^J
tor Hormurin will r.rdtrT
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Liberal. Rabb! Mem (*
Herman Gottlieb.
Frlila> vr. p m S.nv
Utea Uinser SauriUrkaL
Mlts\ah M Jt- 3
Benjamin Sandier
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131st at. ana NE M to I
Rabbi Bonne M. Wikm*.
Ktiday :!.'. p.n at C
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TEMPLE ZION. 573.SWI
aarvativs. Bacb< *l?fl>i
Frida\ S'i p.m. Mei'iCf
to be in mailed toW
and Keportias."
TtPERETH ISRAELJ
avs. Coneervative.
Horson Canter aJURl
Frlda) Jn p m fVraoiT
Sat bar." Dr. Be a
Tlfereth choir to part
day i am. Sermoi
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Mrs. Uarid Master
Cantor Abraham Self.
Frtda*- fci p.
Sermon: OuT
m. ,Ja*Mldy I-** a.m.
Qarmenta 0/ Honor.
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Rabbi
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FrWay *.W p ri Rutu relay SJO a.m.
Bsrmus: "A Good Reputation Rank*
Atfva Ail"
MONTICELLO PARK. 1S*th at. and
^nm tth ave Conservative Rabbi
NORTH DADE CES1TER IS630 W
"" hwy- Cooaervative. Rabbi
enry Okolica. Cantor Maurice Nsu.
Frul4j S-iS p.m a"iurda_v a.m. Bar
Mits\ah. J,eU. sun of air. aad ili-
Joel (Jollehrer.
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NORTH SHORE CENTER: SCO TSth
Gansaj-vativa. gabbi Mayr
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bramowlti. Cantor Ei
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SOUTH OAOE JEWISH CENTER
Room SIS. Merrick bldg.. U of M.
Beach Young
Adults Elect
Miami Beach Voan *Mg
eeled oflieers st a rKtosMj
Named were area**J
Weinger: vice preMat
Gosdenblank; letretarH
Gail Billet. "V
Social coramitlf*, C*J''B
program commiUat. Fldl
transportation. D''"*fW
membership, Jerry "*
Miami Beach Youa* *
group of singie roes ad
between the ages of |
The g rou p is ssoesoreJi
Beach YMHA of the Onswl
Jewish Commuaiff oeawj
Bay rd.. and meets erajr
evening.
Baumgard
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June n. IS58
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ig a city" was theme of annual closing
and araduation exercises conducted
nursery schools of Greater Miami Jewish
Immunity Center last week. At Town Branch,
ren above appeared in one of presenta-
tions for an audience of parents and relatives.
They are (left to right) Larry Lipsky, Aimee
Stein, Mira Lomaskin, David Shkoler, Ellen
Simmons, Irvin Lascoe, Joan Evans, Judith
Schwartz, Ellen Smith.
Wilder Levitt Hit for Racist Policy
CW YORKSix major national
i s h organizations this week
led William Levitt's announce-
that the new lvtttown he is
ping in New Jersey would be
icted to whites only as "a des-
-tion of democracy and the ba-
Ideals of the Judiac heritage.''
telegram addressed to the
ler, principal officers of the
fcrican Jewish Congress, Jewish
pr Committee, Jewish War Vet-
Union of American Hebrew
i TO NEW YORK?
.torge.
fceoelif vlly Uraiifcad
mm ~m UMk-
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Congregations, Union of Orthodox
Jewish Congregations of America,
United Synagogue of America no-
ted that Levitt is one of the few
builders fortunate enough t o b e
able to create whole communities
with their own environments.
W deplore the fact that in-
stead of using your unparalleled
Opportunity to advance demo-
cratic living, you have chosen
to entrench even more deeply
the institution of racial grief-
toee," they said.
Commending Levitt on t h e im-
agination he displayed in his mass
building projects, the Jewish lead-
ers called on him to "invest the
same imagination and daring in
building homes that will be avail-
able to all Americans regardless
of race, color or creed."
The telegram was released b y
the National Community Relations
Advisory Council, coordinating
body for the six organizations and
for a number of Jewish community
councils throughout the United
States.
"We strongly urge you to re-
ceneider your announced policy
that *t e projected Levittown,
New Jersey will be for whites
only," the telegram said. "We
believe that racial segregation
whether in the North or in the
South, is a desecration of dem-
ocracy and of the basic Meals of
the Judaic heritage. Moreover,
the experience of Levittown, Pa.,
and Levittown, N. Y., has provi-
ded bitter evidence that your
policy of segregated housing
leads inevitably to community
conflict, divisiveness, and preju-
dice.
Tots 'Graduate1
In Local Function
"We!e Building a Citv" -l-
"Community Workers" were the
themes of the original dramatiza-
tions presented by the children of
the early childhood development
program of the Town Branch of the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center at the closing fesitval and
graduation exercises held last
week.
Songs, costumes, actions and
creative rhythms expressed visual-
ly and dramatically by the children
ofthe various age groups their COBaJ
c"CpT of building a city Tina* the' Peo-
ple who make up a community.
Mrs. Simon Lipskv's prouti. chil-
dren 3 to 4 years old, played car-
penters and s.eam shovel opera-
tors. Mrs. Oscar Evans' group of
4 to 5-year-old children, were la-
. borers and painters. Mrs. Nathan
Tudor's group, of 4 to 5-year-olds,
and Mrs. Blair Zimmett's children,
5 to 6-year-old group, represented
people w ho live and work in the
community.
Children who graduated are
Bruce Kisner, Susan Enstein, Jack
Feuer, Steven Friedland, Joan
Grossman, Elaine Hirschhorn, Hel-
ena Katzii, Beth Maxwell, Suzanne
Mikles, Jeffrey Peretzman, Alan
Rosenthal, Terri Seitlin, Perry So-
bol, R o b y n Somberg, Jessica
Tropp. Ronald Tudor, Paul Win-
ters, Gary Winston.
Problem Drinker Film Due
The problem drinker needs, un-
derstanding and help. He is now
considered by the medical proles-
sion to be ill. "David: Profile of a
Problem Drinker," an absorbing
new iilm to be shown for the first
time in Dade county on Tuesday,
8:15 p.m., in the Miami Library
Auditorium, traces the drinking in
a successful businessman and
shows the newest treatment avail-
able. Dr. Paul S. Jarrett, psychi-
atrist, member oi tne state Advis-
ory Council of the Florida Alco-
holic Rehabilitation Program, will
discuss the film and answer ques-
tions.

Private Pool
Beach and
Cabana Colony
HOTEL
At 24th ST., MIAMI BEACH
"Segregated housing threatens
to undermine all the nation's gains
in civil rights. You are one ef the
few builders who are in the for-
tunate position of being able to
construct whole communities that
create their own environments. We
deplore the fact that instead of
using your unparallel opportunity
to advance democratic living, you
have chosen instead to entrench
even more deeply the institution of
racial ghettoes.
"There is still time in New Jer-
sey to avoid the harmful connota-
tions of racism and instead to make
the new Levittown a symbol of the
American ideals of equality and
freedom. You provided imagina-
tion and leadership in building
your mass developments. We urge
you to invest the same imagina-
tion and daring in building homes
that will be available to all Ameri-
cans regardless of race, color, or
creed."
Civic league fleets Goldberg
Mac Goldberg has been reflected
chairman of the board of the Civic
League of Miami Beach. Lew Bra-
verman was elected vice presi
dent.
Presidents' Council
fleets Sherman
Civic and community leader Al
Sherman was installed president
of the Presidents' Council of Miami
Beech at the Delano hotel.
Dade County Public Safety di-
rector Thomas J. Kelley acted as
installing officer. Also installed
were Ritter Levinson, first vice
president; Leonard Glasser, sec-
ond vice president, and John G.
Proctor, secretary treasurer.
Dr. Stanley J. Coltune is out-
going Council president.
Ou e t speaker at the dinner
was former United States Sen.
Harry P. Cain, of Washington,
now a Miami Beach resident.
Sherman has previously served
as president of the South Beach
Men's Club and the 100 Club of
Dade County.
The Presidents' Council is com-
posed of the presidents of the 30
service and civic organizations on
Miami Beach.
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Levin Shifts Our Focus to a Time of Nations Growing Pdi
THE OLD BUNCH. By Meyar Levin. 64 pp. New Yark:
Simon and Schuster. $5.00.
IlJEYER LEVIN'S famous novel. -The OW Bunch." is al-
" ready well-known to many people. First published in
1937. it had lxcn out of print for some time, and is now
being re-published by Simon and Schuster. Most of the
credit for its reappearance belongs to the tremendous suc-
cess of Levin's recent best-seller. "Compulsion." which
sparked interest in his earlier work.
So here, a breath from the past, is the old buncha
dozen Jewish boys *"^,rh; fif'; jflr'f- tnpw who *rew UP ,n
Chica^TfJgTfflelHn fne"Twenties, married, settled dOwVt
MILTOX FRiEDMAX
and were or were not successes. These were the kids who
started out in the flapper age. jazzed their way through
flaming youth, and ran smack into the depression. The
issuance of the book now puts it in a unique position for
the readers; to my generation, born in the midst of the
depression, these were our parents; to the generation pre-
ceding, this is their own story; and to the generation pre-
ceding them, this is the story of their children.
It is difficult, therefore; to took at the book as simply
a piece of fiction. This is perhaps a good thing, because
as fiction, it is pretty bad. Meyer Levin has come a long
way in his craft since 1937; twenty yeacs have honed hi*
skill and sharpened his literary sensitivity. "Compulsion"
The Light Finally Begins to Dawn in Congress
Washington
RESETTLEMENT OF ARAB refugees in Arab states has
w been recommended by a study group of the Hou*.-
Foreign Affairs Committee. This recommendation indi-
cated growing insight by Congress into the facts of life
in the Near East.
Noting the humanitarian aspects of the Arab refugee
problem, the Congressional unit said that "those best able
to resolve that phase are the local governments." The
reference was clearly to the Arab governments.
"Unlike refugees in other parts of the world." said
the Congressmen, the Palestinian Arab refugees "are no
different in language and social organization from the
ether Arabs. Resettlement, therefore, would be in a
familiar environment."
Israel has long maintained that the Arabs in question
would be far better off among their own Arab brethren.
The Congressional study group reached strong conclu-
sions Its report said that if the Arab governments "are
unwilling to tackle the problem except on their own terms,
there is little incentive for outside governments to continue
financial support."
T.ie report charged that "the original humanitarian
impulse which led to the creation and perpetuation of the
United Nations Relief and Works Agency is gradually
being perverted into a political weapon." Israel has often
IMVffl SCHWARTZ
pointed out that the Arab states do not really wish to
alleviate the plight of the Arab refugees. The mam desire
of the Arab rulers is to keep the issue alive at a sword of
Damocles banging over the head of Israel.
Chairman of the special study mission was Rep.
Wayne L. Hays, Ohio Democrat. Members were Reps.
Barratt O'Hara. Democrat, and Marguerite Stitt Church,
Republican, of Illinois, and Rep. Armistead I. Seklen. Jr..
Democrat, of Alabama. The staff consisted of Albert C.
F. Westphal. consultant of the Foreign Affairs Committee,
Edward O'Connor. U.S. Information Agency, and Maj.
Jerry Capka, U.S. Army, representing the Department of
Defense.
The report said "the refugee problem can only be
resolved when peace comes to the Near East, and peace
cannot come to the Near East so long as there is a refu-
gee problem. Nothing has happened since the problem
was created a decade ago to give any hope of piercing
this circle."
The principal cause of the frustration and futility
nbout the entire refugee problem has been "the indiffer-
ence of local governments, the loss of individual initiative
resulting from the comparative security of camp life, and
the lagging financial support of outside governments to
the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA)."
An Epigram is Worth Many Grams of Gold
QNE GOOD EPIGRAM is enough to make a man 1m-
^w mortal. What do we think of when Horace Greeley
is mentioned" The first thing that comes to mind is: "Go
- | sag man." The funny thing is that Horace Gree-
li> actually didn't say it. but it was ascribed to him. He
is famous for it. nevertheless, just as Mark Twain is
famous for: "Everybody talks about the weather, but no-
body does anything about it ."
Researchers have proven that Mark Twain didn't coin
the nifty saying about the weather, but it prows how val-
uable a small c is. We think a i* ,o \aluable.
sc precious, that we insist on ascribing it to some |
WOMB SALPETER .
Problem too Complex
Jerusalem
THE LATEST Ml Scopus incident, in which Joroar. bul-
lets took Ir.es of fo^r Israel policemen and the chair-
man of the Israel-Jordan Armistice Commission, Canadian
Lt Col George Flint, again underscored both the com-
plexztjf of problems facing I>rael in her relations with her
belicose neiunoors and the inability of the United Nations
to cope with the situation.
The incident again shed dramatic light on the three-
fold nature of Israel-Arab relations. On the first level it
Is composed of the various local issues from return of cat-
tle that strayed across the border to disputes about the
exact location of the border line On the second, wider
level, there are the problems of relations between Israel
and each of her neighboring countries, and on the third,
general level, it is the interaction of forces, tactics and
intrigues involved in the Israel Arab dispute, in the strug-
gle among the contending Arab blocks, and in the cold war
between East and West.
As in many of the major incidents along Israel's bor-
ders, the tragic flare-up on Mt. Scopus touched upon all
three lev els.
On the tocaf level, the issue involved a dispute about
the exact location of the demarcation line. Mt. Scopus is
a demilitarized enclave inside Jordan-held territory north
ea>t of Jerusalem. It was demilitarized under a special
agreement between Israel and Jordan during the first
cease-fire in 1948 and divided into Israel-held and Jordan-
held sectors. The Israel sector comprises various build-
ings of the Hebrew University, the Hadasah-Hebrew Uni-
versity Hospital and adjacent grounds. The Jordan sector
includes the Augusta Victoria Hospital, the Arab-inhabited
village of Issawia (which theoretically belongs to the Israel
sector) and some other areas.
Both Israel and Jordan signed the maps on which the
demilitarized area and the respective sectors were de-
lineated. According to these maps, an area known as
"Sbulaznit's Garden" (part of the botanical gardens of the
Hebrew University) is well inside the Israel sector.
man. A single good epigram is worth many grams of
gold.
And in that connection, I think a sentence of Prof.
Ernest Bergman of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem
belongs among the few sentences that achieve immor-
tality.
Prof. Bergman conducts among others, an introduc-
tory course in chemistry at the Jerusalem university.
Taking leave of his students last week, at the end of the
course, he expressed the hope that it had been satisfactory
and added: "A course of this kind to be satisfactory should
be. like a young woman's dress, short enough to awaken
interest, long enough to cover the essentials."
In addition to being teacher of chemisty at the He-
brew University. Dr. Bergman is also chairman of the
Atomic Energy Commission of Israel. He is famous for
many reasons, but it seems to me. this definition of what
itu.es a satisfactory introductory course in chem-
istry is enough to confer immortality on him.

Irving Stone, author of "Lust for Life," the biography
of artist Van Gogh, and author of many other very popular
American works, is now lecturing on the novel at the He-
brew University in Jerusalem Israeli papers, in their
interviews with him. have elicited considerable interest-
ing information about him.
Stone has made lot* of money from his writings, but
according to what he told the Israeli newspapermen, he
had a very hard time of it before he hit the jackpot with
Lust for Life." He had to live on two dollars a day He
tore up five plays he had written and so on In other words,
he had to go through the hardships that every aspiring
young man has to go through.
RORMS SMOLAR
was a master-work of fast paced
"The Old Bunch" is tedious and
through page after page of trivia
and their lives are dull
But shift the focus a bit and tl
fad... For "The Old Bunch" is ,n it owT "H
Its techniques, so familiar to us now **'*
quite novel and fresh. Snatches of p.pj"' ,D <*3
At vignettes, a la Dos Passos. si
^spensefo,
it?S ***]
'*s character
'OflJs i
... ......=. a .. ^,s ras&os. slang Of th A *l
clicheK_stream-of-consciousness slipp.ng kIH
I
Levin's characters do""somethuig wT'^0
novel.
'37. these were the luumar^of^sjL""
And in. spue of the basic boreoo
racters do something which m
might well emulate: they grow ami cnanVS?''
the 13-year span of the novel. Their value* *""
ideas change, as the world around them chai-T*>
For a portrait of America in one of beTiS
times, the book is interesting. Some of the rZi 1
est growing pains came in this period Z-'l
Sacco-Vemetti, the Scottsboro case K\ CaZTLl
stensm. the depression and Roosevelt's eirtTtiJ
Lindbergh and later, the kidnapping Leopold l-Ti
ism, and so forth. The world shrank iikeiSl
loon, and security shrank with it. Perhaps tM
reason why it remains such a fascinating \mZ,
are so much older and wiser now. it seems 0jj
thing was in flux, and everyone was so yoas* jLu
and thought they were so sophisticated. lerakai
up every nuance of those years, and if there u7
inescapable, it is the shattering of our fetMBi-.
ity to that age, and those people. They were
than
SAUL CARSOX _
Plan Suggested
Unite.
COR SEVERAL YEARS, Abba Eban. head of un
eg at ion here, has pleaded with the United
try to attain world disarmament by using the Miiwl
as a pilot plant" for arms reduction en a regnal
There is no doubt that the subject of globa
concerns, harries and at times frustrate; the US.
ject has been on the agendain one form or war-
the very beginning of the United Nations. It ns ia>o>i
terpiece of the first resolution adopted by the ottsaga;
sion of the General Assembly, held here, ua Deaths
But Eban's plan has never drawn more ikas*a>
plause. Now a group of prominent non-US Abbess hi
the same general idea under consideration.
The group includes some outstar.ri.ng Anenoat
Eleanor Roosevelt. U.S. Sens. Flanders. Huaasw
Sparkman. Oregon's Rep. Charles Porter.
dean of the Harvard University law school, 1st
of Harvard's Center for International Affairs,
fives of the Post War World Council and lessen a" j
Committee for World Development and Wsrld Dnaflj
ment
Under the sponsors nip ot the three US Sen*
Americans met recently at Columbia UmvenaYl
House, at Harriman. N.Y.. to discu-- rii-armannt
those present was Don Peretz, consultant oa "*
Affairs for the American Jewish Committee. Dr. A
presented a special proposal, urging that the Ml
be used as a pilot plant for international di:
The conference declared that, to most of its
the Middle East "seemed the most likely treedng
for new war." Dr. Peretz proposed that the Man
nal disarmament plan be applied to IsratU
immediate neighborsEgypt. Syria. Lebanon,*"
Iraq. He pointed out that "concorr.m.tant *J*
armament project must be an attempt to sow
ical dispute* between Israel and the Ar,b
and between the West and Arab countries That
he said, must include settlement of the Arab-Isrt
problems and the problem of the Arab refugees, w^m
be accompanied by guarantees of no political nan"
by Western nations or by the Soviet Union m
of the nations involved." Among the (iisarraanoniM
proposed by Dr. Peretz would be possible o**"""
of the Sinai Desert and the Negev ar.d joint Ann-
patrols in some frontier areas. .
The conference as a whole did net adopi"
plan. It is doubtful whether Israel wculd agrw^
Peretz plan in its entirety
31
I
Poet Karl Shapiro Offers Cogent Viewpoint
a mass meeting in Baltimore, the P*'
l/ARL SHAPIRO, one of America's greatest poets, baa
* shown that one can feel deeply Jewish even though
he is not religious or has not been interested in Jewish
issues. A third generation American, he published a book
"Poems of a Jew." which will be an inspiration to every'
American Jew no matter what kind of atmosphere he grew
up in It is not only great poetry, but it is the very es-
sence of expression of pride in being a Jew by one who
says that his is concerned neither with the Jewish ones
Ur.el Vef U"1 migbt ** 0Or wUh Judaisn>. nor with
Published by Random House, the book is a collection
Jew"WAnHhVKn<1":Urrn,S *h'Ch tt-irfE
Jew. And although Shapiro claims that Israel not hu
ST hZ .^ 1ByMpoH ,h" P"" Irael." which
the book contains. No wonder that this poem was read
at a celebration of Israel', tenth ann.ver.^7Tad w.s^S
cited
city
There is also a poem in the book del-
eted to
>Ml"

anniversary of the landing of Jews in *""*" '
view is that being a Jew is the w"*"*"^ M
Jew. He points out that no one hss been *r^*M
"Jew." and that in essence this defianceJ
the central meaning of Jewish *!?"** B,aiJ
To him a Jew who becomes an atheist_ jj
a Jew who becomes a
To him a Jew who becomes an )rw
and a Jew who becomea a Catholic,."" |WlrT.M
Jewish identity, with or without
religion
His philosophy on
urn
him the significant fact. His phuosop"/ lBrf pf
sciousness." expressed in the introduction.
vides food for thought for many intelligt
Jews who seek an answer to the question- ^
me a Jew." His poems will add strength
feelings for whiea they soak axpUnation.


fcMMtJMnHOT,
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^W. NOTICE
.1
IN
RE; Estate of
COURT,
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NOTICE OF ENTRY or ORDCR
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. ON TeTATE ESTATE
I..-. e-ersOh* having claim* or de-
RnKr*1* ,? tn*Eate of SAMCKi.
SADKK. a/k-a SAM SAHKK, the
?if'? '.'2"rd deSdi'". are hereby no-
Jtlon I nn.., ,iry on Testate Estate
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,., ., ...------- .BftjrVrWJ, County Judge: that the
of Dade Count
LKOAL NOTIC1
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th- ii.K, IS KI he undersigned, desiring to engage In
Way and SW. S7th Avenue, Dade
COOnty, Hoibla Intend, to register
Mid name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit l ourt of Dade County. Florida.
WKSTCHKSTKR, INC
nt'Rniv "& AifeSrt S ""bbln (agent)
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Attorneys for Westrhester, Inc.
SfM-M. 6/6-1S
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desli ing to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
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tend* to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
ELENA CORPORATION
(A Florida Corporation)
5/30, 6/6-13-20
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i ...irlhouse In
within eight ca
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ktecutor of tB| 'AP' ."
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k. .1 Building
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,or Executor
rcation on June IS, ramr.
< .
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1 th0 a!?"" ti"'*'VThousand Dollars <,00 .
ft that the name., and addresses of
jnjgj^rd whom said Estate has been
, t)lMTOtS afld SIMONS
AAfPtft'">'" fm Estate
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Miami 31, Florida
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llaled Jifne 10 1*.1.
: I i:\rfIEuAAN'. Clerk.
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Deputy Cleric
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W, day of
MANN
NY
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saih:k
t COUNTY JUDGES COURT
NO FOR DADE COUNTY,
*. IN PROBATE.
No. 379M-B
r* RK: Estate of
QORDON M. BROWN,
fWt'sffs^nT.
NOTICE Of INTENTION TO MAKE
APPRLICATION FOR DISTRMU-
TIOY* 6 FlflAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is herehv. given thlft we
Imve filed. oVr ,*tnar Ronhrt and Petl-
tWn for Distribution and FinaT pls-
rharge^aH Co-Executor*, of the estate
df ITO^noN S irWOWN. deceased:
*nd tftat on the 17th diiy of June, 19"g.
#111 appTy to the HonuVatlle County
.rnnTpes of Dade County, I'forlifa, for
approval of snld Final nenort and for
illx^rlbirtfon and fi: a! dlw-harge as i'o-
tor of the estate of the above-
]tJ THEr>COi!NTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE, COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE v-"ur,Tr'
No. 77.A
In RE: Estate of
MMU.IK W KREISEL
"Deoaiuied.
_ .NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To AH Creditors and All Persons Hav-
15.. V "lm" or Oemanda Against Said
Estate:
Yon are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of EMTI.IR W. KREItfEl.
deceased late of Dade County, Florldn.
'" 'he County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same In their offices In
the Cpiintv.Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within eight calendar
months from the date of the first nub-
lh-n'tlnn hereof, or th* same will be
barred.
ERNEST M. I:PHM\NN
- Executor.
Rn\v\pn w. T"RRY. Attorney
0 V TV "-h Street
Miami, Florida.
V/23-30, 6/S-13
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Intends tb register said nnmp with the
ClerK of the rMrcuU Court or Dade
County, Florida.
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OP EI/^RIDA
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the undersigned, destrln? to engage In
bostness undei rhs iirMtlms nitmc of
h\i kni:y iitrrr and export
ioMI'WV at !'-''". N VV. -J-'nd Street,
Miami. Fla., Intends to register said
name with the clerk of the Circuit
Court of I a I "Ida.
O. FRANK WOOTTON, Sole Owner
DAVID KMA.NI-F.I.
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I'.ni D-ipont Rldg.
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^N AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
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No. 43693-A
In RE: Karate of
M4FRICB SHAW.
Decea^d
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
me Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
qulred to nresent any claims and de-
mands K'hlch you nav have aealnst
the estate f MACKI''K BHAW, de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade Cotmtv,
and file the same in C-elr offices In
the Com'. Conr'h'.use In Dade Conh-
tv. Florida, within eli-ht paten**nr
months from the date of the first nuh-
llcatlon hereof, or the same will be
barred.
I'.i in SHAW
As Administratrix of the Estate
of Manriee Shaw, oer,.-,ed.
MYER*' HEIMAN A KAPLAN
\\\ : Louis H.dman
Attorneys for Admlnfstratrli
II. v. i FKtv R'lfdlni
i'",o s w t Street
Miami, Flot Ida
I t-lt-20-t7
NOTICE UNDR .
FfCTITIOOS" NAME lXW
NOTICE Iff HRRERY 0T\'PN that
the undersigned, deslrin? to <>nirn(re lH
bus'lnesH under the fictitious name of
llAI^VTON MEAT MARKET PORK
1'lioDT'CT!* at 19*3 %W.
Miifmt, Florida, Intends" to register
said name with the CUfr* of th'e crr-
cult Colirt or Dado. Cdumy. Florida
ANTON SCHMIDT, STnle OWiier
C.OLDMAN A GOLPSTEfN
Attorneys for Regrstraht _
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r.- :{">, )'6-l3-20
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NOTICE IS" ITKREHY GTVEN Ihn
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
bustoisa uhder the fSp,itljDUBJ,l,vV?5
SfOFlo^-Kr.EIN R E P o A fIJ* <>
SERVICE at S05 Rlscayne BuimrnK,
.Miami. Florida intends to .r^glaler
said nm<> wltg the Clerk of the cir-
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Sole OWiier
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NOTICE ONOeft
FICTITIOOl NATffe tAW
NOT if K '8 HERERY CIV EN that
the undersigned, destrlng to rthgnge In
business under the flctlthius name of
SHEET METAL ASSOCIATE* at 1*7
N.W. "4th Street. Miami, Florida in-
tends to register sttld name with the
clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad*
County, Florida.
SAMUEL OLTCHICK
21in NYW. llst Terrace
Miami. Florida
GEQBGE cheiii:n
Attorney for Samuel Oltchlrk
t S0-, 6/C-13-20
FICTITIOul NAME LAVf
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
trie utfdemhfhed, desiring to engage in
business under the J,",,,u",-n,*nJf w
FEDERAL METAI N.nth River DHve. Miami, Florida in-
tends to register snld name withi th*
Clerk? of the Circuit Colirt of Dade
County, ^orwa. nw,TfTRRg ^
\ 3511 N.W. North River Drive,
Miami, Fla.
KPRT WEr-f.rSCH
Attomev for Svlnga Brothers Corp.
5/30, 6/6-13-20__________________
NOTICE UNDER
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the unders'"?!!. d. desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SMKNKV Fit
.. tad st -e
I. MI-KOFF
for Plaintiff
liny I
i'h. Florida
I
Deputy Clerk
I:.
COUNTY JU0QE8' COURT
D FOR DADE COUNTY.
A. IN PROBATE.
No. 48787-A
:>tATB (9
F1RT KI.RiN.
TICK TO CRtDITORS
ditors and All Persons Hav-
|li. s or Demands Against Said
nd each of you are hereby no-
nd reiiulred to present any
Hnd demands which you, or
Of ion. mm have against the
Harry ElkLp deceased late
'"otinty, Fiorina, to the Hon-
'ounty Judges of Isade Conn-
flls the same In their nfl
Courthntlse In Da.de
Florida, within eight cglei
tioni the dfcte of the flrsk pub-
hireof. Mid .laims or d.
| contain Ihe legal address of
'' ant and to he sworn to and
d as aforesaid, or same will
"d Se. Section TSS.ls of the
ohate Ait.
June A D. 19T.H.
HARRY ZPKFRNICK
liEssiK El.KIN
Executor and Executrix of the
Will and Testament of Harry
IVcegpaJ
Zl'KKRNICK
I'xecutor and BSxacutrls
;ln II,
Hlorlda
: I i
eet, Miami. Fla.. Intends
to recfser snld l'iuiie with Ihs Clerk
of the Circtllt court ot Dad* Ob.....y.
'".;" Fr. \nk WoottoN, Sole Owner
D,erri> i:\i\ncf.i.
Attorney for Applicant
rail DuPonI Bldg.
6/-13-20-?7_______________
NOT>ee HNDFR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice is HElifcRt given that
th* under.-lcned, deslrlmr to ensage Ii
,-ss nnde- Mie
Rills' S MARKET
M Str.et Mil'til.
register said name
t .uit Court
FTorliia.
fictitious n*
at S*9 Nortliwesl
Florida In'end to
with the Clerk of
of Dade County.
TMOM4S I KIRK
.il-ANITA C. KIRK 50
I.KWTS'lN AN" I'KKI'D
Attorneys for Thomas and
.luanltn Kirk
6/6-13-2i'--T ______
NOTICE UNDER
[ICTITIOU* NAME LAW
is in
-ii.'i id. deslrlnt
niVHN that
to ciiL'agS in
po -ii!i,ii. neslrlng to eiikrags in
is name nt
\\ VTIOV \i. | r i- II A S INC
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airvrifE BY PUBLICATION
ctew .m^chJk^.
THOMAS WILLIAM LAUBBR
Plaintiff.
R()SB DtBELLO LAl'BER.
11, r. dant.___.,,....>
SUIT FOR O.VORCE
to- rose DlBKLI.o LAI l.l-.R
S-orld of Mhth Show
William llyrd M
Richmond. Virginia
that
NOTJCE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NrVTICE IS HKREHY OtVBN
the undersigned. Aesirlng to engage In
business under the ncttUoiia name of
STONES SERVICE CENTER and
FEED STONEUSED GARS at 1827
8.W :'7th Ave., Miami, Florida Intend
to register slid name with the t lerk
of 1'ie Circuit Court of Dade County.
Ftor,da- HUAJrUgJl
6/6-13-JO-27
lhe..j;!Jn"5;'S imiuiVial
lief demiinded
plaint. ,,
v Tl,i^ notice shall
published mice
.erutive greeki
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Attornevs for
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UNDER
fictiTioya nae law |i!at
N-oTICi:
the
- '".!'.
i Wend
lb the lei
County.
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l/l-ll-M-17
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCU'T COURT OF TR
ELEVENTH JUDIC'AL C'RCUIT OF
FI-OR'DA IN AND F^R DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 58C4578
VIRQTVI > JEAN MILLS,
Plaintiff.
KDiSAR BUOCNB MILLS,
COMPtAINT F->R myORCE
TO: EDGAR EITUKNE MILLS
716 South Jefferson Streel
Hartford City. Indlsfis
You are required to serve a ropy of
vour inswer to the RRI of (,'omphiiut
for Divorce on the plaintiff's attor-
tfey, and lo fll- the original answer In
the office of the Clerk, of the Circuit
Court on or before the 7th day of July,
1 D iiBfc otherwise, the Rill of Com-
plaint for Divorce, heretof'-r- filed
h.....In, will he taken as confessed hi-
st Miami. Florida, this the
of June, 1938.
E. R I.EATHERMAN.
Clerk of the circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida
By: JOAN SNKKDFN.
Deputy Clerk.
PEN ESSIN
lull Beybold liuil.llng
Miami. Florida
rt B-i:!-2-27
NOTICE UNDER
F CTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS rTEREfVY GIVEN t'u.t
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
huslnes- under the fictitious name of
RED APPLE RESTAURANT AND
SANDWICH SHOP at 2145 N. Miami
W.nue. Miami, Florida Intend to reg-
i:-l name with the Clerk of Ihe
circuit Court of Dad- County, Florida.
BENJAMIN PREIMARK
CIIAIM FP.EIMARR
Equal Farmers
PAL! OT. SILVER A- MCl.l.oV
Attot m ys for Applicants
3/30, B''.-13-20
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desirhrjr to engage in
s under the fictitious names of
N. N. A. SERVICES: also, N. N. A.
INDUSTRIES; ihi S S 1 EN'TER-
PRIFEH at Dade County, Fla.. intends
to register swtrt names with the CTgfg
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
NATHAN ABRAHAM. Sole Owner
5/30, 6/6-13-20
Paled
2nd day
(seal)
PHILIP FEIERTAG
Circuit
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fijUU-us name of
THE COVENANT MANOR at 9S7I
Inn Ms! W. Bay Harbor Drive. Mlam
Beach, Forlda Intend to register ?-''
name with the Clerk of the
Court of bade County. Horida.
DANIEL l.AVEN
ELSIE I.AVI'N his wife
LAN
KbNA i-APl AN, his w.ife
DAVID STOP.ER
S\DIE S1-OBER. his wife
r! I \ K'H'I'Y, :\
JEANNE I- FREEDMAN. a w
$ VDIE HERTZ, widow
HERNARD HFTNER. ER*
Bi It. "' """l"1
Utorneys for Owi
BuUding
Miami il r>
blow
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GITBN that
the undersigned, desiring to^engsge In
business under Ihe fictitious, names of
NATHAN NELSON ABRAHAM: also,
NATHAN N. ABRAHAM: also. N.
NIM.SoN ABRAHAM at Dad.- Coun-
ty, Fla Intends to register snld names
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
NATHAN ABKAHAM. s.de owner
5/30, 6/6-13-20
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THR CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR'DA IN AND FOB DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 58C4W3
VI.VCCNT MIItBITO
Plaintiff
vs.
CARMELLA MCRRITO
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Carmella Murblto
P.O. Box 313
Goshen. New York
You Carmella Murblto are hereby
notified that a Kill of Cotnrilalnt for
Divorce has been filed against you,
and you are required to serve a cony
Of vour Answer or Pleading lo the
Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff*
Attorney, Marvin Schild, :i:!4 Washing-
ton Av.-.. Homestead. Fla.. and file
the original Answer or Pleading In
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 7th day of July,
ls.'.S If vou fall to do so. Judgment
bv default will be taken against yod
for the relief demanded In the Bill of
Complaint. ... ,___
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEW 1ST I FLORIDIAN
DoNE AND ORDERED al Miami,
Florida, this 3rd day of June, A.D.
B I.EATHEIIMAN, Clerk.
circuit Court, I>ade County, Florida
,. MiAX SNEpfebfVerh
M VRVIN SCHILD
:t:tl Washington Ave.
lead, Fin
Attoi to- for PI Intirf
I 6-1.".-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name or
SEAHAWK BOATS MIAMI at .0,5
S W 10th Street, Miami, Fla., intends
U. regteter said name jth the Cleric
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
"0rid"-JIl-LlO DI BENEDETTO.
Sde Owner
MATTHEW .1 soi.TYSIAK
\tt .rne; for Applicant
5942 s W. T'.vd St.
:,/:i0, 6/6-13-20___________________________,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 58C8M
MARJORIE D. BRAZZEL.
Plaintiff.
BERNUB*# BRAZZEL.
Defendant. _____.._
NOTICE TO DEFEND
TO: BEHNIE A. BIIAZZEL
YoHK HOTEL
IN'l.lANArfil.lS. INDIANA
c.'o Atro Mayflower Transit Co.
Van No
S6;l MassachtrWttS Avenue
Iniflansnorh. Indiana .,,__,
YOF ARE HEKBRY NOTIFTEO
that a Bill of Complaint forjBvorce
has I.....n filed against you. BERNIK
\ BKAZZEL. and you are hereby re-
quired to serve a copy of yourjns'.vec
to the Bill of complaint on nlnintlff *
attorn.-y. and fe the original Smrwer
in the office of the clerk of the < tr-
culCurt on or before .Irme *..
In delault of which the Bill of Cowl;
plaint will he taken as confeasea
against you
"'"l; M^ B5 LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Ch-eutt Court
(seal) B>^ A. CLEARS,
Deputy Clerk.
HAROLD B. SPAET ESQ.
Attorney for Plaintiff
(07 Lincoln Rngd
Miami Beach. Florida
:.. 23-30. 6/6-13_______________
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF the
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FtORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. r4i69
EVELYN M. SHOUSE,
Plaintiff.
ROBERT EDWIN BKOU8B,
Defendant. ___._^
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ROBERT EDWIN SHol SE
Route 4. P.O. Box 4.6
Winston Salem. North Carolina
You are hereby notified that a Com.
for Divorce has been filed
and you are required to
"lead-
plalnt
against you
serve a copy of your Answer or I leaa-
the office of the Clerk of Uie I It < uit
Court on or before the 20th day of
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY the undersigned, desiring 1
thai
ngage In
., rvri"
laid in '.',,,''
'' '
ivr,.,M
I s KINO
MARK HII.VIKSTKIN
^ttoi nev mi Applicants
1 ,,
h, Florida
tl,ti-13-2o-2'
June 1 rv",fv,,u fall to do so. judg-
ment hdefault will be taker, against
ron for the relief demanded In the
hTh?sMnoilce shall be published once
esch week ror four eonfrouUve
b, Till-: JEWISH FLOR DIAN.
DATED .ii Miami, Florida, this loth
">'V,b-i.f\t..ei:nixn. CI
''"' Deputy 1
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Friday, Jun 13, j,

B-G, Aides Plan Lebanon Strategy
Continued from Pa*. 1 A
the capture of two more armed
Lebanese over the weekend. One
killed and one woundei a
Israeli border units continued
rounding up scattered members ot
the band, believed to have nura
bered 61.
Interrogation of the prisoners re-
.realed that they were young tut
I between 20 and 23 living in Let>
j anese villages along ibe Israel bor-
jer an.) working in Beirut as la-
' borers When the rebellion broke
out and a curfew was clamped on
the country, they were confined to
their own small area and were
reached there by agents of Ahmed
Rabbi Marius Ranson (left), spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-
El. Ft. Lauderdale. has been elected president cf Board of
Rabb.s of Broward County. Standing is Rabbi Samuel Lerer,
of Temple Beth Sholem. Hollywood, elected vice president
Others are Rabbi Mirard Klein (right). Temple Beth El, Holly-
wood, treasurer; and Rabbi David Shapiro, of Temple Sinai,
Hcllywood. secretary. Some 3,000 Jewish families currently
CM in Broward area.
el Assad, oae of the leaden of tfce
rtbtHa
The younf Lebanese were re-
cruited for service "to defend"
their villages against the govern-
ment. They were marched into
Syria where, at the village of
Baniyas. they were issued French-
manufactured guns, bayonets and
ammunition and an American-
made gas mask kit. After three
days of training, they were march-
ed back to Lebanon to begin a cam-
paign of rebellion, ambush and
sabotage. They were told that
large quantities of explosives
would be sent after them.
The leaders of this small guer-
rilla force decided to use Israel as
a passageway because they believ-
ed that Lebanese army units would
be less watchful along this border
than on the Lebanese-Syrian fron-
tier. The captured Lebanese were
particularly bitter against Assad,
on whom they placed responsibility
for their present plight.
When they were first intercepted
by four Israeli border policemen
patroling the area between Metul-
lah and Kfar Giladi. the Lebanese
cut and ran back toward Syria. In
a subsequent marshalling of Israeli
policemen throughout the border
region, they were rounded up in
small groups. The one man was
killed and the second wounded in
separate actions when the groups
they were with refused to halt upon
orders of the Israeli military.
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Radio Attacks
LONDON(JTA)Middle East-
ern news sources reported this
week that Col. Gamal Abdel Nas-
ser has apparently toned down the
customary anti-French propagan-
da emitted by the Cairo Radio in
the hope of reaching an under-
standing with the de Gaulle Gov-
ernment of France.
During the past few days, it
was noted, the Cairo Radio fail-
ed to carry its usual attacks on
the F ranch, and tha Govaromant-
control led Cairo newspapers
hvt MM soft-pedalled the Al-
gerian issue.
Relations between the two coun-
tries were broken off at the time
of the Suez crisis and a number of
lamti including the French de-
i mand for compensation for seized
French property in Egypt, some
of which belonged to French and
Eastern Jews who are French sub-
jects, remained unsettled.
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When F. Lee Eggnatz received his dental de-
gree from the University of Maryland, his parents
Dr. and Mrs. Meyer Eggnatz, came up from Miami
Beach to witness the ceremonies Interesting
side-light is the fact that Lee was granted the DDS
30 years to the day after his father graduated from
the same dental school .
has also been commissioned a first lieutenant in the Air
c and reports for duty in September .
fiUso arriving for the graduation was his sister, Joan, who flew
Smith College in Northampton, Mass., where she just com-
S freshman year .
ntally, after the exercises, Mrs. Eggnatz went on to New
i ffith Joan for a flight to Europe.
. m
Henorah chapter of B'nai B'rith Women were to meet at a
K|l luncheon for Mrs. Ida Optner Thursday at the Algiers
I... Ida leaves for Europe June 20. She's coordinating vice
Ljent of the South Florida Council of B'nai B'rith Women .
{Ida will tour Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, England,
Ice, Belgium, Holland, Switzerland, Germany and Spain .
[part of the tour will also include "official business." She's
tig along keys to the Cities of Coral Gables, Miami and Miami
jch, slated for the University of Belst in Holland, as well as
fvolumes of "Dead Sea Scrolls" for the university's library .
IA book by Dr. Abram Sachar, Brandeis University president,
.History of the Jews," will be presented during Ida's visit to
Foundation in London .
[Meanwhile, the Thursday ceremonies here were to include pre-
ation by Mrs. Louis Shafkin, Menorah chapter president, of a
charm inscribed "Bon Voyage."

|Leopold Schwartz and son Larry, a senior at the University of
Ida, will observe Father's Day undisturbed by the female
Bbers of their family Mrs. Schwartz (Betty) and daughter
lire off on an extensive tour of Europe The gals left almost
Mediately after Ina returned from her sophomore year at nor-
land being chosen Sweetheart of Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity .
[tripfrom New York was on the Queen Elizabeth The Brus-
, World's Fair is among the many interesting points of their
^rary.
[Saturday. June 28, is the date of the Barbara Judith Seitlin-
vin Howard Gillman nuptials Bridal showers and luncheons
in as early as May's end, when Mrs. Herbert Edelstein and
ghter Marilyn entertained Barbara at their home, with many
lids bringing lovely gifts Then came a luncheon at the Bis-
ne Terrace June 6 given by aunts Mrs. Louis Seitlin, Mrs. Jack
and Mrs. David Seitlin, together with grandmother Mrs.
ry Seitlin Not to be outdone. Mrs. George Cohen and Mrs.
Pector will host a linen shower at the Pub Friday And,
Saturday. Mrs. Rubin Fund and. daughter Gail will re-gale (!)
aia with a shower at the Carillon ... All of which adds up
good wishesand good gifts.
Speaking of the Continent-bent: Dr. and Mrs. Harold Rand leave
jEurope June's end, where Harold plans to attend a medical
pention in London, to be followed by a stopover at the Brussels
and a tour of Italy and Switzerland .
Entertaining the Rands at a Bon Voyage Friday were Dr. and
Julius Pearson, of Miami Beach.
j A surprise brunch in honor of Adele Goldklang was held over
weekend at the Algiers, with Marilyn Gidney, of 5251 N. Bay
I as hostess Adcle's high school friends brought parting gifts
(her to remember them when she moves to Charlotte, N.C., with
jparenis. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Goldklang Morris Broadvice
lident of American Savings Building and Loan Assn., is off for
[Stewart, Oa., to take part in combined maneuvers involving
I Florida and Georgia National Guard Maneuvers run until
P 23 Scheherazade room of the Algiers was the scene June
a sweet sixteen luncheon for Thea Shapiro tendered by her
mts, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shapiro, 5780 SW 11th it., and bro-
' Mark Guests included friends from Coral Gables High, as
as members of Delta Psi Gamma sorority, of which Thea is
ply-elected president for the coming year .
Edith Applebaum, charming head of the Charm Modeling
*A and Agency, has been flying back and forth to Gotham Town
"8 up a summer teen-age program for the Harbor Island
Edith will be directing the charm classes in connection with
Spas weight-control residency program. Course runs eight
F*s .
Edith will be conducting her school in Coral Gables at the same
*. as well as producing fashion shows at many of the equally
fuonable hotels this summer.
Birthdaze: Pamela Louise was born on Decoration Day, May
to Dr. and Mrs. Theodore Martin Wolff, of AUanta. Ga., and
i Maternal grandparents Dr. and Mrs. Seymour Blumen-
are overjoyed at their first grandchild ... Dr. Wolff s an in-
at Emory Hospital in Atlanta ... In July, he enters the Air
'. where he'll serve as a captain with the medics.
Mr. and Mrs* Leo* Honig. 3530 SW 16th St.. are PhasedI as
JJ* over the graduation of their son, Alan, from medical school
|toe University of Miami .
Yung Dr. Honig leaves July 2 for Los Angeles County Hos-
"' where he'll intern .
itUe\wiisltUEllioiciidliigun
Miami, Florida, Friday. June 13, 1956
Section B
War, Death Turned Her to Medicine
NEW YORK An attractive,
red-haired former Israeli com-
mando, whose ambition to be-
come a doctor was born in the
battlefields of the Negev desert,
this week realized the first step
of her goalwith her acceptance,
to medical school.
She is Tamar Fromer, a senior
at Yeshiva University's Stern
College for Women, who will hold
the spotlit ht when the college
holds its first commencement
June 19.
What makes her acceptance
doubly significant is the fact that
it arrived simultaneously with
the celebration of Israel's tenth
anniversary.
Ten years ago Tamar was too
busy to even consider a college
career, much less think about
medical school. She was brandish-
ing a Sten gun as the only female
officer in Israel's famed Com-
mando Regiment 89, a group of
400 battle-hardened shock troops
who fought for their country's
independence under the personal
command of the then Maj. Moshe
Dayan, later chief of staff of the
Israel Army.
After several months of front-
line combat, Tamar was placed
in charge of first aid for the en-
tire regiment. It was that heart-
rending and often painful ex-
perience that resulted in her
decision to pursue medicine as a
life-long career.
Tamar came to the United
States only three years ago, to
enter Stern College for Women,
the nation's first liberal arts col-
lege for women under Jewish
auspices. In the fall she will en-
ter Yeshiva University's Albert
Einstein College of Medicine.
Tamar's desire to pursue a
medical career did not lie dor-
mant in the years between her
army service and her trip to
America. After her discharge,
she embarked on a nursing ca-
reer, serving in a hospital in Jaf-
fa, and in a resettlement camp in
Pardesia. The experience served
to heighten her ambition. Then,
in 1955, her uncle, Leon Fromer,
volunteered to sponsor her stay
in the U. S.
With her sights set firmly on a
professional career, Tamar raced
through her studies for the bach-
elor's degree in only three years
and this summer plans some lab-
oratory work prior to entering
medical school. A chemistry ma-
jor at Stern College, she ranks
high academically in the gradua-
ting class.
TAMAR FROMER
. pistol packer
Emanu-EI PTA
Honors Fathers
Temple Emanu-EI religious
school PTA sponsored a Father's
Day brunch Sunday in the Social
Hall, accordin, to Mrs. Jacob
Glassman, chairman.
The specially planned program
included a reading by Mrs. Harold
Turk entitled "Big Boss."
Brunch committee included the
Mesdames Benjamin Greene, Mar-
shall Ruff, Sherman R. Kaplan,
Philip Grenwald, Joseph Abelow,
Stanley Worth, Harry Gersten,
Philip Mandel. Arnold Pomerance,
Seymour Rubin, Bernard Kaplan,
Robert Marcus, George Margolis,
Hylan Kout, Samuel Kulok, Ann
Reiser, Joel Newman, Leonard
Friedland, Eva Brick, Jerry Res-
nick, Simon Gould. Raymond Mal-
schick, Irving Cypen, Evelyn
Weinman and Leo Beilinson.
Telephone chairman was Mrs.
Murray Deblinger. Decorations
were by Mrs. Harold Unger, Mrs.
Ruth Kaplan and Mrs. Joel New-
man. Door committee consisted
of Mrs. Esther Cohen, Mrs. Ben
Klempner, Mrs. Milton Feller and
Mrs. Harry King.
Mayor and Mrs. Kenneth Oka receive trom Dolph Greiner
Sabena Belgian World Airlines regional manager, tickets that
are taking them to Europe and Israel, where His Hcnor com-
bines vacation with a "sell Miami Beach campaign that he
hopes will bring mere foreign vacationers here. During o.stop-
over in New York, he will appear on network telev.sion and
radio shows, and will hold several press conferences. Over-
seas he will meet with airline officials and travel agents.
Among Okas' stops will be Brussels World's Fair.
Dade Improvement Due for Discussion
Dade county's management im- tu.l information on govern*
provement program will be the
subject of Metro budget director
Harry T. Toulmin Monday, 10 a.m.
at Koubek Center at a workshop
conducted by the League of Wo-
men Voters of Miami. Coral Gab-
les and Miami Beach.
The meeting, which the public
is urged to attend, is one of a series
designed as a community service
to inform the public of the devel-
opment and progress of Metro.
The LM*M of Woman Voters
bli*ves that representative
democratic government depends
on an informed interested citiz-
enry and through its voters' str-
vice provides non-partisan, fac-
Temple Pesach Tlkvah will dedicate its Oneg Shabbat in his
&r Friday evening.
New Jewish *Fami*y Service president Dr. Melvin Becker and
J"fe gave garden party at their home. 915 \alnera Coral
'. for board and staffers of the agency *P2E3 aa --* r.nmP Slated
*ded the buffet dinner and cocktails Gilbert M r e.n, Mam, Wcm)ran Game 4iW
lch architect, is drawing plans for an extension to the mat
B'h of the Greater Miami Jewish Community (^n,tr, Frank
Mrs. Morris B. Frank, parents of Councilman Bernard Frank
"Charlotte A. Frank, are celebrating their 43r,i ***""'
ft? Leon J. Ell. retired Beach attorney, just >* fm "
I Migration convention in Geneva, seen >MlBg
^fw with the Ralph Spcros. recently returned from a iri>
'nd the world, at Juniors restaurant.
Menorah chapter of B'nai B nth
.,1 io hold its first Menorah game
Thursday noon at the Richmond
hotel. Chairman was to be Mrs.
Carrie Click assisted by Mrs. Bea
Alexander and Mrs. Renee Stor-
fer.
tual information on government
issues to assist the individual
citiien to make informed deci-
sions.
The League, after more than a
decade of study of home rule, and
following a consensus of its mem-
bers, actively supported the per-
missive Home Rule amendment
passed by the Florida electorate
in November, 1956.
After study of the H o m e Rule
Charter, its members voted to take
the position favoring its adoption
and conducted an intensive com-
munity educational campaign.
Since the Charter's approval by
Dade county voters ill May. 1957,
the Leagues in Dade county have
been studying the implementation
of the Home Rule Charter.
The June 16 program was arran-
ged by Metro committee chairmen
Mrs. Thomas J. Wood of the Miami
League, Mrs. James Aberman and
Mrs. Randv Polansky, co-chairmen
of the Miami Beach League, and
Mrs. Arthur P. Reid, of the Coral
Gables League.
'Mended1 Hearts
Pick Mrs. Ross
Mrs. Jack Ross, Miami Beach,
was reelected president of the
Greater Miami chapter of Mend-
ed Hearts. Inc.. at its first annual
meeting recently in the Dade
County Medical Assn. bldg.
Also elected to serve were Mrs.
Sid Hoffman, vice president; Vio-
let Fay, correspondin' secretary;
Mrs. Morton Leventhal. recording
secretary; and Mrs. Carl Harold,
treasurer.
The group, organized one year
ago, is comprised of 29 members,
each of them the beneficiary of
heart surgery. There are 25 women
and four men in the organization,
whose sole purpose is to raise the
morale of others needing similar
cardiac assistance and to visit
homes and hospitals where heart
patients either await urgery or are
recovering from the dramatic op-
eration.
"We do not raise funds." said
Mrs Ross. "We raise morale."
There are similar chapters all over
the United States.
The members work closely With
physicians and surgeons, who find
their cooperation most helpful
during difficult periods a m on g
those suffering from cardiac afflic-
tion owing to rheumatic fever
Other Mended Hearts interested
in joining may contact Mrs. Ross.
By-laws Changs Slated
Dade Hei fits Jewish Community
Center will hold a congregation
meeting Sunday evening at the
Center, 18160 NW 2nd ave. Up for
a vote is a change in by-law s.


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An easy-does-it salad of sliced tomatoes and cucumbers, per-
per ring*, carrot sticks and radishes, with a frosty mound of
Breakstone* cottage cheeee. and your pet seasonings and
dressings make perfect "taste mates for easy eating.''
Cottage
Cheese Salads for Summer
Meals are Easy with Breakstone's
Little fuss and lots of flavor set tions with fresh vegetables, surn-
the sprightly paee of the 1S58 sum-1 mee fruits and bemes. with chilled
mr salad promotion for Break-1 seaiood. accented with seasonings,
stone's Cottage Cheese. Ta s to Rareishes and salad dressings
Mates for Easy Eating." What's more, cottage cheese pro
It* fresh, creamy flavor makes videi
cottage cheese a perfect partner
in a great many salad combina-
Solomon Auxiliary
Hears Reports
ing protein, makes a salad a full
course instead of a side dish. And
cottage cheese is low in calories,
and modest in coat. What more
could one ask for in a "conven-
ience food" for summer?
"Summer darden Salad." shown
here, tastes as good as it looks, and
couldn't he easier to prepare. All
450 to Camp
At GMJCCenter
Some 450 boys and girls will op-
en a n eight-week day camping
season simultaneously at the bran-
1 cbes of the Greater Miami Jewish
Community Center Monday, June
16
With a small percentage of addi-
tional enrollments at mid-season,
ih i total number of campers ser-
ved during the summer will be
over 500.
A staff of 7."> counselors and sup-
ervisors were given a full week of
counselor training starring last
Monday. ,Hie following admisistra-
tive and supervisory staff was an-
nounced for the tour day camps:
Beach Branch, came director. Ar-
nold 1' is kin. program director.
Miriam Schemberg; Town Branch,
camp director, Dae id Eastesati,
program director, Judith Gold-
stein; Southwest Branch, camp di-
rector. Harry Shamis, head coun-
selor. Ralph Fistel; North County.
camp director. Donald LaBelle,
program director. Robert Chazin.
Each of the camps has a qualified
Red Cross waterfront safety in-
structor in c h a r g e of the swim-
ming program. They are Yvette
Cole. North County; Edith Stark.
Southwest; Bella Sammut. Town
Branch; and Judith Dynner, Beach
Branch.
Proceeds for
Elevator Fund
Bikor Chohm Kosher (V
cent Home will hold it, ^
Proceeds will be used
construction of an elevau.,1
iHome. 310 Collins ave '
Beach. '' '
Mrs. Pauline Belanoff
purchased the main entra,
, uzrah hMribute to the Horn
honorary president, Mr.
Cohen.
Hostesses at the
are Mrs. Edward Elkin
Joseph Kosstrin.
They Dku$s UM Aims
The Miami Beach chapter of the
United Nations Assn. meets every
first and third Tuesday of the
month to study the aims and
achievements of the IN Site is
Murray Solomon Auxiliary of
the Jew,sh War Veterans met J^^^onVV'peta.mbVnatron'of!^0 home of Mrs. T. Emmanuel.
Tuesday at the Coliseum in Coral msppd fnA vegetables and SOme|43 stjr lsland- a- 8 n "__________
(abl<- ms and the solid eating good-
Report a; gtvta on "ie Penert m-ss of Breakstone's Cottage
ment of Florida convention held Cheese, dressed and seasoned to
in HaUandsk. A Certiftesta of ia*ie.
Merit v. irded the auxil Its one of BreakMone\ appctiz-
iarv lor ita ork in aid to I-ra.-l. m^ "TaSta Mates for Kasing Eat-
\l<- Jennie Golan, member of ing "Taste Mates lor Easy Eat-
Home to Honor
Couple Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Nash, who
are celebrating their 40th wedding
anniversary, will be honored by the
Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary
Jewish IIi for the A ge d on-)
Father's Day Sunday, June 15, at
Douglas Gardens.
Mr. and Mrs. Nash. Miami Beach
residents, are life members of the
Home and have purchased a room
in their name in the new building
now under construction.
Mrs. Sol Silvennan, president of
the Auxiliary, has arranged t h e
Sunday program. OI'c* Bibor Stern I
will accompany lyric s o p r a n o I
Moonyeen at the piano.
Confirmation Exorcists
Confirma'ion exercisei of
Israelite Center will be h
day. The confirmation eta
sists of Roberta, daughter ta
and Mrs. Zalman Kin-."
daughter of Mr and jut*3
Liberman; Linda, datujatar'
and Mrs. Robert Meboo; i
daughter of Mr. and Mn fan
gal] Linda, daughter of fe*
Mas. Daniel Weiner.
Tokay*r G*1s Deem
Marvin Tokayer, of 1431 JSJ
ave.. Miami, will recent %
chelor of Arts degree fron Ya
University at its annual .
cement exercises Common
will be held June 19 in the !*
Lamport Auditorium at the l
sity's main center in Nrt'
City. Tokayer, an English
completed his studies at 0
vrrsity's college of am
ences for men.
auxiliary, v sj g e< ted chaplain
: Ihs BtatC Department Auxiliary.
Mr-. Vh'A Marks reported on ac-
tivities at th'- Miami Beach Ser-
'-..! n- ( inlcr. an.I IflM Abe
If/fehaelSOfl reported on the h .-
pital party held at Coral Gables
Wterans Hospital
stives
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Yes. there i Yom To apirit in
this fine tea..."flavor crushed"
for fullest strength and ximu-
Ution ... richer taste and pleas-
ure with your fleishigs and
milchias sod between m>.l
refreshment...
meals which will be featured this
summer.
Breakstone also offers free fold-
er on Sour Cream Summer Recipes
by mail. Address a postcard to
Breakstone s. Dept i Box 181.
New York 4. NY.
Hohrnn Bakers ClfW by
C. of C WmmmBfsOhhhtt
llftlsum Bakers of Miami has
bees presented with the first an-
nual Certificate of Merrt given by
the Women's Division of the Mi-
ami-Dade County Chamber of
( onimerce.
The award is presented to the
business organization whose pub-
lic relations and advertising pro-
gram show the most community
with a spiritual, cultural or
patriotic theme.
Holstrsi Bakers won the award
for billboard advertising.
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Mrs. Harry Levitt. 2728 Plunked
st Hollywood, newly-elected pres-
ident of the Florida Branch-in
Training of National Women's
League of the United Synagogue
i of America, has just returned from
! a branch presidents' conference of
the League at the Jewish Theolo-
gical Seminary of America in New
.York City. Thirty Branch presi-
J dents and 20 national activity
, chairmen participated in the con-
! feraoce. Included in the discussion
, was the forthcoming biennial ron-
\ nit ion of the League to be held
at the Americana note! Nov. 16 to
20.
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, June 13. 1958
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Israel's Growth Compared with Florida's
At Beach Function Feting Women's Chief
Shoshanna Gershom, commander of We-
i's Army of Israel, is greeted by Mrs. Ber-
Stevens and Sam Oritt, co-chairman of
Miami committes, Israel Bond Organ-
inor Student Off
Europe Tour
I Sandra Helen Bossak is go-
a three month trip to Eur-
is summer and she well
rves it.
a. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
.. Richard Bossak, 3894 NW
ler.. Miami, receives her Bach-
cf Education degree from the
brsity of Miami this week.
fch an achievement is worth
in itself. In Sandra's case,
ies second place to the fact
fhe earned her degree literally
weeks following her 19th
|tay.
became 19 last Apr. 12, and
le youngest graduate of the
fcrsity of Miami this year. In
ron. she is getting her deyee
cum laude, and has been
ke Dean's List every semes
Mra is a member of Alpha
izaticn, at function in Mrs. Stevens' S. Miami
home. Hendrik J. Berns, Miami Herald editor,
looks on.
Young Adults Hear Attorney
Seymour Liebman discussed
"Jewish Communities in Western
Europe" at a meeting of Temple
Emanu-El Young Adults Wednes-
day at the Temple. Liebman, a
Miami attorney, is former presi-
dent of the Southeast region of the
Zionist Organization of America.
Israel was described as one of
the most sensitive areas in the
world today by Hendrik Berns,
Sunday editor ot the Miami Her-
ald, at a Women's Division lunch-
eon, State of Israel Bonds, held in
the Carillon hotel this week.
Referring to the advent of Pres-
ident Nasser and the new Arab Re-
public, he declared the only salva-
tion, not only for the Jows of the
world but for the WeStWH Powers,
is the economic, financial and
moral backing of countries like
Israel.
Guest of honor at the luncheon
was Col. Shoshanna Gershom,
commander-in-chief of the Wo-
men's Army of Israel. She pre-
sented "Chen" charms to Wo-
men's Division members and ex-
pressed her appreciation at be-
ing present.
Col. Gershom was welcomed to
the city by Mrs. Anna Brenner
Meyers, chairman of the Women's
Division, and Mrs. Max Weitz,
chairman, Spring Activities, Wo-
men's Division, State of Israel
Bonds.
She also was received at an af-
ternoon meeting held in the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Stevens,
6190 Montgomery dr., S. Miami.
"The queston of investing in Is-
rael is not a matter of great wis-
dom but a matter of enlightened
self-interest," Berns declared. "You
can go and take $2,000 today and
speculate in the stock market, but
you are speculating in a field of
uncertainty because of the reces-
sion and a~"1ot of other circum-
stances which also make the stock
market a matter of specuation.
"Then you can, on the other
hand, take $2,000 and invest it in a
country which can only move for-
ward and expand," he added.
"There is sort of a parallel here
between Israel and Florida, with
lots of people coming from all over
the country to Florida to invest
savings or surplus because this is
the fastest growing area in the
United States. The same, of
course, holds true in the State of
Israel. It is positively the only
expanding and growing region in
the world."
At the Carillon affair. Col. Ger-
shom also presented a Scroll of
Honor to Mrs. Harry Platoff for
her efforts as chairman of Chen
for three years.
MISS SANDRA BOSSAK
Lambda Delta, national women's
scholastic honorary; Kappa Delta
Compositions fo be Heard
Compositions by members of the
Harmony Class will be discussed
by Mme. Hilda Steuerman at 7:30
p.m., June 18, at the Mami Public
Library. These compositions are
assigned homework tor members
of the class.
Spring Donee Saturday
A spring dance will be held at
the Carillon hotel in the Tam-
bourine room Saturday evening.
Proceeds will go to the Orah chap-
ter of Mizrachi Women for bene-
fit of children in Israel. Co-chair-
men are Mrs. Irene Miller, 1634
SW 7th St., and Miss Helen Bond,
1755 SW 8th st.
Pi, national education honorary;
Phi Kappa Phi. national scholastic
honarary: Student Education Assn.
for Childhood Education, a n d M
Circle.
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New Federation of Women Formed
To Serve Health and Welfare Needs;
Mrs. Lehman is fleeted President
Mrs. Jean C. Lehman will head .dents; Mrs. Irwin Liss. recording
the new Federation of Jewish Wo-, secretary; and Mrs. Louis Glasser,
men's Organiiations formed here Mrs. Irving Lehrman and Mrs.
to serve more efficiently Greater
Miami's heal h and welfare needs
croup supplants the Women's
IMviui n of th* Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and the Coi-
Ilarry Rogers, advisory council.
The Conference of Jewish Wo-
man's Organisations includes all
local clubs, chapters, and divis-
ce o Jewish Women s On**arf&fiSSlJPj^-
izations of Dade and Browardl '*wW pi
County
Other officers elected this week
include Mrs. Bernard Stevens,
Mrs. MiMon Sirfcin and Mrs. Dor-
othy Krieger Fink, vice presi-
Findly-iTs Here! A Bagel Holder
Bagel lovers throuehout the
world can thank Charles Gold-
stem, president of International
Products Co.. a Miami plastics
firm, for the inttroducuon of the
new bagel bolder shown below.
The holder, with six sharp teeth
on each side to hold the bagel firm-
ly, eases the housewife's for hus-
band's) slicing problem by pro
doting two equal slices for toast-
ing.
Most
desi
important, according to
, the uwr will b ble
to cut thousands of tho herd
coated bagels without tho slight-
ost foor of a cut finger or hand.
Temple Emanu-El. Ft. Lauder-
dale was (he first religious institu-
tion in the country to use the bagel
bolder as a means of raising funds
in connection with their annual
play. 'Out of This World." May 31
Too. a number of B'nai B'rith
and Hadassah Women's groups
have stfatfied their intentions of
wing this item for fund-raising
porposes.
She h frosf ess
Mrs Irving OniiutmU, 227 1st
st. was enior hostess and served
n fr.-.shmetrts at the Miami Beach
S'-iwicenjen's Center Wednesday.
Mrs Chernevitz is completing her
teennd year as "hdstess for which
she has been awarded a two-year
service pin by Masrice 'Doc''
Klein, director of the Servicemen's
Coster. }he is a member of the
Ladies' Auxiliary rtf the Jewish
War Veteran* Xarfh Shore Post.
TV ihw.sfry off*. Gifts
The Royal Castle restaurant
chain and WTVJ television station
received the top creative merchan-
dising award in the Southeast from
officials of CB6 television fHm
sales at a luncheon in Miami
recently
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B'noi B'rith cSepters. ORT chap-
ters. Women* Avwiliery of Mt.
Sinai Hospital, sistoehoods of all
temples and synagogues, and
some 70 more clubs working for
human needs.
The code of procedure of the new
Federation of Jewish Women's Or-
ganizations defines the general
purpose of the group as to enlist
and coordinate the efforts of the
Jewish women of Greater Miami
in behalf of such Jewish and son-
sectarian local, national, and in-
ternational projects as may bo
deemed appropriate by the govern,
ine board of the women's organiza-
tion.
Specifically, a five-point plan
will guide the activities of the aug-
mented organization:
To serve as the representative
of the Jewish women of Greater
Miami in appropriate communal
and civic enterprises;
To conduct such educational
activities as will be helpful to the
continued tTowth of service to the
Jewish community and the com-
munity at large;
To channel and/or coordinate
Emma Lazarus
Joins Beach Chapter
Emma Lazarus group is a new
addition to the Miami Beach chap-
ter of Hadassah.
Officers were installed in a cere-
mony here by Hadassah chapter
president Mrs. Joseph Shapiro.
Mrs. Abby Schwartz, chapter or-
ganization chairman, acted as co-
ordinator for this initial meeting.
Joyce Farber, local entertainer,
offered the musical portion of the
program.
Installed were president, Mrs.
Sanford Jacobson; vice presidents,
Mrs. Baer Zuckerbraun. Mrs. Sam
Fuchs, Mrs. William Lipsitz and
Mrs. Gabriel Szekeley; treasurer,
Mrs. Aaron Goldman.
Secretaries, Mrs. David Fenton,
Mrs. Max Goss, Mrs. Howard Far
cus, Mrs. David Samuels and Mrs.
Harold Hirschfield; parliamen-
tarian, Mrs. Milton Mannheimer.
Chiropodists Elect Otticers
Dr. Bob Taner, of Hialeah, was
elected president of the Southeast
Chiropody Society at a meeting of
the organization last week in the
McAllister hotel. Otheer officerss
are Dr. Morris Marcus, vice pres-
ident, and Dr. Martin M. Horn,
secretary-treasurer.
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valedictcrian oi Hebrew High School; Judy Weldfi
up; and Richard Vogel, graduate oi Beth David
school, who received highest grade in Hebrew test <
Bureau oi Jewish fidwosrtion to graduates oi Gr
religious schools. Hebrew High is conducted by j
Rabin, education director cf4ieth David, looks on
requests for service, and to assist
in promoting support for approved
activities;
. To interpret sad lupaurt the
sims and purposes of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation and its
constituent agencies and organisa-
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To organize and conduct the
women's campaign of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, Com-
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Nominating commits j
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Isaac Levin. Mrs. ..
bins. Mrs. Henry Seaiu.,
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Mrs. Oscar SindeU. Iln.,
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mbia Symphony to Highlight
festival df Americas Next Week
nnhii'* Svmphony Orehera.
JJd to appear -t the **va|
*. Americas and then replaced
t Tlma Chorus of Coe*ib.a.
ffin has agreed to Appear as,
f the nine-day program
LZ,* straaeburg, muaic direc
Fr^e concert division of ihe
I i announced Tuesday that
[(amous symphony will make
appearances in Dade^CijHfity
barium on TuesJay and Wed
lay, June 17 and 18.
L- addition. to .the *>" it.
.Tefrflu Chew will else ear
' in hm t>otMta>o ,*h
^apearances 4n D**e Cewe>-
'pUtorivm on -Thudy.aid
^y, Juno 1.ad..
i a brilliant ropatation for
irformances df cU*c works,
ill as the compositions of its
own composers, the 86-piece orch-
estra will be the first South Amer-
ican symphony orchestra to appear
in the United Stales.
The chorus, with 90 voices plus
seven soloists, has earned acclaim
in Europe and Latin America for
its stirring and exciting perform-
ances of religious and folk music.
Tickets for all four nights,
with a complet.lv different mus-
ical selection oach nioht, will mII
for $6, |4 and $2. They can ba
obtained ot th. box office of the
Oado County Auditorium.
Dr. H. Franklin Williams, vice
resident of the University of Mi-
ami, is concert chairman of the
Miami Festival of the Americas.
Mayor Robert King High serves as
chairman of the Inter-American
Muaic Council here.

Bar Mitzvahs and Weddingsand all the
important milestones in life. Our Catering
Department io particularly deft in capturing
the afwc*^ significance of your occaaion.
Our Million Dollar Redecoration Program
has made ua Miami's largest and finest
hotel, with the widest selection of
facilities for any function, from the
smallest group to a banquet for one thousand.
Call Catering Manager: Henry Braun
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Joel Charming, son of Mr..and
Mrs. Jules P. Charming, has turn-
ed down scholarship offers from
Tulane University and Massachu-
setts Institute of Technology in
order to study in his adopted state
at the University of Florida school
of architecture.
Joel will work this summer in
his father's office of architects and
engineers to start to learn the bus-
iness from the bottom up.
Joel graduated from Miami
Beach High School in the top ten
percent of his class and was a fin-
alist in the National Merit Schol-
arship.
He also won a countywide draft-
ing award and the second year
Spanish medal. He was president
of his class for four years, attend-
ed B o y s State, was selected for
membership in the National Hon-
or Society and the Key Club. In
his "spare time," he was a mem-
ber of the swimming team.
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Berkow Joins Ungar Staff
Bernard Berkow of Miami, who
was Florida's top Buick salesman
in 1957, has joined the sales staff
of Ungar Buick Co., 1201 NE 2nd
ave.
Berkow, formerly in the men's
clothing business on Lincoln rd.,
sold his store to Austin Burke in
1954 to go with Buick. He has been
a "Royal Purple" staffer each year
since.
The award is made by Buck on
the basis of points earned for new
and used car sales.
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WEDDINGS
BANQUETS
The DiLido's New Banejuet
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Siegmeisters Will Reside in N.J.
Mi>s Joyce Ann Adelberg and silk organza with alencon lace and
Lloyd Martin Siezmeisttr were crested seed pearls. Her fingertip
married Sunday. June 8. in the illusion veil was fastened to a cap
Napoleon room of the Deauville of alencon lace. She carried three
hotel. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg white orchids and liiies-of the val
performed th? 6 p.m. ceremony, ley.
u-ich was followed by a reception | Tile bride is a graduate of Miami
and dinner. \ Beach Senior High School. She at-
The bride is "he daughter of Mr. j tended the University of Miami
and Ifn Irving Adelberg. 555 W and graduated from Davis Insti-
:'. -t st.. Miami Beach The groom's tute of Medical Technology. She
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ernest is a member of the American Med-
i-ittmeMer. Union. N.J ical Technologists.
Miss Marilyn Apple was maid of The groom attended Union Senior
hmor. and bridesmaids * Janny Ross and Miss Abbe Uchim. versity of Miami this week. He
Bruce Leonard Adelberg. brother' is a member of Sigma Alpha Mu
of the bride, was best man. and fraternity.
Elton Ja> Kerncss and Ivan Mar After a honeymoon to Cuba,
) v r d M i-hers. Mexico and Las Vegas, the couple
The bndal gown featured white will li\e in Union.
Afternoon Rites For Soul Cohens
Ha Myrna Joan Morton and (
Saul Har- Id ("hen were married (
Sunday afternoon. June 8. at Hib>s! :
ton Malavsky performed the 1:30'
p.m. ceremony, which was follow-1
cd by a reception.
The bride is the daughter of Mrs.
Benjamin Morton. 1545 Lenex ave.,1
Miami Beach and the late Mr. |
Morton. Mr. Cohen is the son of j
Mrs. Abraham Cohen. 637 SW 11th
et.. Miami, and the late Mr. Cohen, j
Miss Roberta Morton was maid '
of honor, and Mrs. Herman Berry
fadeptiWeftfs Plan Seminar
More than 200 independent gro-
cers of Florida and the Caribbean,
members of Associated Grocers of
Florida, will meet June 17 at Mi-
ami Springs Villas for their annual
seminar. They will hear associa-
tion president E. F. "Rock" Arnold
report on the cooperative buying
organization's record for the past
year. General manager Tom W.
Smith will also speak.
was matron of honor. Guest book
was kept by Mrs. Leta Behren and]
Mrs Sam Heller.
Richard Behren was best man |
Howard Grumer, Jack Furman.
Joe Milstein and Marvin H a u e n
served as ushers.
The bridal gown of alencon lace
featured a sweetheart neckline and
a full pure silk skirt with a cathe-
dral-length train. She wore a fin-
gertip-length illusion veil, and ear-
ned a Bible used by the groom
when he was Bar Mitzvah.
The bride is a graduate of Miami
Beach Senior High. She attended
the University of Michigan and
the University of Miami, and is
now employed by the City of Mi-
ami Beach as recreational direc-
tor.
Mr. Cohen attended Miami
Beach Senior High and the Uni-
versity of Florida. He is a gradu-
ate of the University of Miami,
majoring in accounting.
After a honeymoon through Flor-
ida, the couple will reside at 1955
Normandy dr., Miami Beach.
. DAVID KOtONfS
Korones, Smith
Exchange Vows
Miss Roberta Sondra Smith be-
came Mrs. N. David Korones in
noon rites Sunday. June 8. at the
Seville hotel Robbi Irving Lchr-
man officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Isidore Smith. 334 20th
st.. Miami Beach. The groom's
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
A. Korones. Clean* ater. Fla.
The bride was attired in a form-
al wedding gown of white peau de
soie with fitted bodice and portrait
neckline featuring band-clipped ap-
plique lace, short sleeves and bovf-
fant skirt terminating in a chapel
train.
Her four-tiered French illusion
viel fell from a tiara of seed pearls.
She carried a cascade of white or-
chids, lily-of the valley and steph-
anotis.
Maid of honor was Miss Hope
Cohen, of Miami Springs. Brides-
maids included the Misses Harriet
Shapiro. Marilyn Kirsner. Doro'hy
Bauman and Mrs. Sheldon Koron-
es. Fnend of the bride Miss Hel-
ene Kravitz was in charge of the
guest book.
The groom's father acted as his
best man. Ushers were Dr. Shel-
don Korones. Michael Russin, Da-
vid Russin. Norman Glosserman,
Manl Jacobs and Joseph Washer-
man.
The bride attended Dean Junior
College at Franklin, Mass.. and
the University of Miami.
Mr. Korones is a student at Tu-
lane University, and will enter Tu-
lane law school in the fall. He is
a member of Zeta Beta Tau social
fraternity.
A reception and seated luncheon
followed the ceremony at the ho-
tel. The couple flew to the West
Indies and South America for their
honeymoon. Upon their return,
they will live in New Orleans, La.
Fo WiH Continue
Studies Hero
In a doable ring candlelight
ceremony Sunday. June 8, at the
Roney Plaza hotel. Miss Judith
Ann Abbott, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Harold S. Abbott, 3520 Crystal
View ct., became the bride ot Ber-
nard J. Foeel
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Isidore Fogel. 2488 SW 23rd ter
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg officiated
at the 6 p.m. rites.
The bride selected a gown of
taffeta and chantllly lace, featuring^
a scalloped bateau neckline, mold-
ed lace bodice and long sleeves.
The bodice was sprinkled with seed
pearls and sequins, and the bouf-
fant skirt of tafteta featured a
deep hemline of chantilly lace ap-
pliqued in scallops and terminating
in a chapel train.
The four-tiered French illusion
veil fell from a tiara of pearls and
paillettes. The bride carried white
orchids.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Ed-
ward Robin. Barbara Ross and
Betty Grant were bridesmaids,
with Meraida Golden acting as
junior bridesmaid. Roberta Fogel
was maid of honor for her sister-in-
law, and Mrs. Howard Golden kept
the guest book.
Howard Golden was best man for
the groom, and Murray Kane. Bur-
ton Arnold. Edward Robin and San-
ford Jacobson acted as ushers.
The bride is a graduate of White-
| field Private School, attended the
University of Florida, and at pres-
ent is a student at the University
of Miami, where she will receive a
Bachelor's degree in education in
June. 1939.
Mr. Fogel is a medical student
at the University of Miami. He
graduated from Miami Senior High
School, attended Emory University,
and was a member of Tau Epsilon
Phi fraternity.
Among honored guests attending
the wedding were Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Aronovitz. Mrs Fanny Abram
son and Mrs. Sara Fogel, all of
Miami, grandparents of the bride
and groom.
Following their honeymoon In
Nassau, the couple will reside in
Miami.
Miss Robinson
Now Mrs. Bloom
Miss Judith Ann Robinson and
Jerald Edward Bloom were mar-
ried Sunday, June 8. 7 p.m., at the
i Deauville hotel. Rabbi David Lehr-
field performed the ceremony,
which was followed by a reception
and dinner.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel J Robinson, 528
NW 47th st.. Miami. The groom's
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Bloom. 9573 Carlyle ave., Surfaide
Miss Saundra Wagner was maid
of honor, and Trudy Bloom was
junior bridesmaid. Flower girls
were Sheri Bloom, Karen Stern.
Helene St>
MIAMI'S FESTIVAL OF THE AMERICAS
EXCITING CONCERTS 4 DIFFERENT PROGRAMS
Dade County Auditorium 8:30 p.m.
TUESDAY, JUNE 17 WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11
NATIONAL SYMPHONY of COLOMBIA
86 ARTISTS ami SOLOISTS
THURSDAY, JUNE 19 FRIDAY, JUNE 20
COLOMBIA'S TOLIMA FOLK CHORUS
90 VOICES
All 4 CONCERTS $6.00 $4.00 $2.00
CALL AUDITORIUM HI 6-9230
Alan Sheeter was best man, and
Allen Hochfelder. Jack Cutler,
Richard Adler and Robert Gregg
served as ushers. Daniel Robinson
was junior usher.
The bride wore a floor-length
white nylon tulle gown over white
satm with chantilly lace panels.
She carried a bouquet of two white
orchids surrounded by stephanotis.
The bride is a graduate of Mi-
ami Senior High and belonged to
Sigma Delta Phi. She attended the
I'm versity of Florida, where she
was affiliated with Delta Phi Ep-
silon sorority.
Mr. Bloom attended the Univer-
sity of Florida and is a member
of Phi Epsilon Pi.
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Iftiday. hint 13. 19SJ
rarden Ceremony
,r Gail Blatt
_jil Sheila Blatt became Mrs.
goward Gene Richards in a Sun-
June 8, garden ceremony at
^home, 9200 SW 71at ave. She
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
jjsse J. Blatt.
Bridegroom is the son of Mr. and
Irs. Benjamin Resnikoff, 734 101 h
Rabbi Vaakov Rosenberg, of
geth David Synagogue, officiated
pt the ceremony.
Maid of honor was Penny Gold-
nan. Norman Resnikoff acted as
man for his brother. -~- .
ie bride is a June graduate of
Cora! Gables High School.
Mr. Richards is a senior in the
^Doineering school of the Univcrsi-
f of Florida, where he will re-
five bis degree in February, 1959.
attended Miami Beach High
School.
He is a member of Alpha Phi
Dmega and the American Institute
pf industrial Engineers.
The couple will be at home after
^une 23. following their honey-
noon in Mexico.
.inda Fern Weds
ledical Student
Miss Linda Fern Newberg and
imuel M. Cohen were married
unday. June 8, at the Eden Roc
itel. Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz per-
rmed the 6 p.m. ceremony,
jrtuch was followed by a reception
|nd dinner.
I The bride is the daughter of Mr.'
pnd Mrs. Dave Newberg, of 541 SW
In ave. The groom's parents are
Jr. and Mrs. Joel S. Cohen, 3660
,13th ter.
Mrs. Barbara Horowitz was ma-
of honor, and Miss Phyllis
Pearl was maid of honor. Brides-
aids included Miss Ronnie Sturm'
liss Sheila Cohen and Mrs. Jacky
Kobinson.
Best man was Sanders G. Cohen, I
knd Akin Rubenstein, Howard
porowilz, Edmund Panics and Jo-j
ffrt Robinson served as ushers.
I The birdal nown of chantilly lace '
featured a molded bodice with a'
lueetheart neckline, long point-to-
land ileeves and a bouffant skirt.
fn crown of seed pearls was held
a French illusion veil.
The bride is a senior at the Uni-
versity of Miami school of educa-
pon. Mr. Cohen is a sophomore at
lie University of Miami medical
chool, and is a member of the
fhi Delta F.psilon fraternity.
After a honeymoon to Canada,
(lew York and Washington, the
uple will live at the University
Miami's married dormitories.
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Brides-to-be Sport Rings,
Make Plans for Nuptials
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schechter, i sity of Miami, and served in the
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tdi*cr to he Speaker
Kabbi Louis P. Gross, founde\
and editor of The Jewisii Examin-
er, will be guest sneaker at the
Spinoza Outdoor Forum, 11th st
and Ocean ct.. Saturday at 8 p.m.
His topic is "Heaven on Earth."
Dr. Abraham Wolfson, director of
the Forum, will introduce the
speaker and conduct the discus
sion period. Mrs. Minnie Shubov
will recite tales from Sholem
Aleichem.
* *.W. 12th Aft. LEO ALIEN, Director Ph. 4-5437 Ft Mttl
SpaetaHiJef fa Core to the ll**rlr end Of kaffy.M
Undo, Fiance
Plan Feb. Rites
Mrs. Beatrice E. Berkwit, of
4920 Suarez st., Coral Gables, an-
nounces the engagement of her
daughter, Linda, to Robert Fisch-
er.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Bernstein, 1146 SW 12 ct., Mi-
ami.
Linda is a graduate of Miami
Senior High School, where she was
president of Tsion BBG. S h e i s
presently employed by the City of
Miami.
Mr. Fiscner is aiso a graduate
of Miami Senior High School
where he was a member of the
varsity basketball team and mix-
ed chorus. He was one of the foun-
ders and also president of Hurri-
canes AZA, while in high school.
Fischer graduates from the Uni-
versity of Miami this week with a
BBA degree, majoring in accoun-
ting. He plans to continue his stud-
ies in the field of tax law upon his
return from a six-month tour of
duty with the U. S. Army at Ft.
Jackson, S. C.
He came to this country from
Czechoslovakia in 1948, and has
lived in Miami since. He is em-
ployed part-time by the B n a i
B'rith Youth Organization as the
Greater Miami AZA director.
He also is manager of the Ser-
toma-sponsored Youth Employ-
ment Service and will continue
both positions until be leaves for
Ft. Jackson July 1.
A February wedding is planned
by the couple.
1047 Eudid ave., Miami Beach, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Nancy, to Arthur Rosen-
baum. He is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Hyman Rosenbaum, Brook
lyn, NY.
Miss Schechter is a graduate of
University of Florida, and holds a
Master's degree from Tulane-Uni-
versity school of social work.
Mr. Rosenbaum attended Long
Island College.
*
Krotosky Lcfkow
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Krotosky,
Lynnbrook, N.Y., announce the en-
gagement of Mr. Krotosky's daugh-
ter, Roberta, to Seth D. Lefkow.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Lefkow, 900 NW 20th ave.
They win oe married July 12.
Miss Krotosky is a graduate of
Hofstra College, Hempstead, N.Y.
Mr. Lefkow received degrees
rom the Universities of Miami
and Florida.
* *
Weinbaum Schaffel
Miss Bette E. Weinbaum and
Martin M. Schaffel are engaged.
The bride-elect is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Weinbaum.
2216 SW 24th st. He is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schaffel, 2018
SW 17t,h st.
The couple are graduates of Mi-
ami High School. Miss Weinbaum
attended University of Miami. Mr.
Schaffel attended University of
Florida and now attends the Un-
versity of Miami.
U.S. Navy. He is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. David Zissman, 3415
Royal Palm ave., Miami Beach.
Wachs Zissman
An Aug. 17 wedding is planner'
for Miss Jacklyn Myra Wachs and
Earl Myron Zissman.
The daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Morris A. Wachs, 7430 Carlyle ave.,
Miami Beach, the bride-elect is a
graduate of Miami Beach High
School and Charron-Williams Com-
mercial College.
Mr. Zissman is a graduate of Mi
ami High School, attended Univer-
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rabin-
owitz entertained Saturday
in their new 3020 Brickell
ave. home with a luncheon
and swim party for some 50
teen-agers. Occasion was in
honor of their daughter, Ro-
berta's, sweet sixteen birth-
day. Theme was pink and
silver, and sweet sugars, rib-
bons and flowers were decor-
ations. Roberta attends Mi-
ami Senior High.
Delivers Opening Prayer
WASHINGTON, D. C. Rabbi
Chaim U. Lipschitz, prominent
young Orthodox rabbinic leader in
the United States, delivered the
opening prayer Monday at the Uni-
ted States Senate here.
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If you're missing out on summer
| fun because you're ashamed to be
'seen in a bathing suit, a calorie-
jfree concentrated liquid sweetener
i called Sugarine is the answer to
your problem. Use Sugarine in-
stead of sugar in sweetening bev-
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and on fresh fruit, and slim down
to your ideal weight.
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SLIPPED DISC
More and mart it being heard about the slipped
or hernintcd spinal ditc, and retltt obtained on
this type of cate under Chiropractic cart have
been vtry tvccettfwl.
A recent research study of 1,000 slipped and
herniated ditc catet under Chiropractic care re-
vealed the following:
49.6 per cent of the catet became well.
39.1 per cent ware much improved.
7.9 per cent were slightly improved.
3.0 per cent show no change and
0.4 par coat become worse.
Consolidation of the first three group*, show that 96.6 per
cent of ALL CASES BECAME WELL OR SHOWED SOME
IMPROVEMENT UNDER CHIROPRACTIC CARE. 77.6 per
cent of the same group had first received care under other
recognised healing professions.
(A peWie edaeetieao/ orfic/e published by Or. i. M. Samo/ion, whose
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Mass Carol TiL, Qadi it*j and versify of Miaaoi school of med
WassMt Jay Soles uRtre sated m trine an June _,_
mtmaji at Beth David Coagrega He it a member of T*n Ensilen
tme Hum lij May 31 'Phi fraternity and Phi Delta Ep-
1>e bride is she daughter of Mr silon medical fraternity Mr.
and Mrs. Milton Sadowaky. 435 SW Sebnceff wl start his uliianhip
1Kb her., forsseriy of Wtntnsrgh.' Jury 1 at Long Island Cortege Mov
He is the son of Mr and Mrs. pital m Brooklyn. If.Y and his
Maurice Soien. MOI WW lath ter. IbriaV iU Join ham there m Sep-
Mrs. Soaen is a graduate of Mi-'tember They -win bre at 725 XE
ami High School aod Dams hstti .14th St.. temporarily
tutc of T*cbeoeogy The Iwsse-
Hiuom graduated from Miami Both Cawtstoi
Jackson and attended University of' Miss Setma IMth Epstein and
Miami I Dr. Irwin Martin Roth were maT-
After a two week wedding trip to' ZL^'cL^LL? ^S-J
North Carolina, the couple will live I *
at 2323 NW 27th st
is the son of Mr. and
4430 NautiKi*
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was held in a hall adjacent to the
The bride, who lived at 17 W.
Lenore Jacqueline Bram-^" J *rt j**^
berg and Jack Scborafl were -r-fj l^t^"^^
ned Sundav. June 1. in the Dean ;w'* ^ YoT^ *. ***** ,
ville hotel, -here a recepUon end!^, *" ,b* *<*"* ""??*!
dinner also were held | **">' "* "d*d
. ., iLong Island I rurerstty
Mlss Bromberg is the daughter, Dr Rotn 1S the st* of Joseph
of Mr. and Mr- Meyer Bromber? Roth< w NW m ^ tbe uu
7445 Dickens eve. She srwdoated, M Ro|n He mUenM ^ Un;_
from Miami Beach High School lversU <,, Mlalni ^ grado^d
and is a senior at Jackson Me-ifn)m |he chiC,go Cc4iege ^ Qp.
moral Hospital school of nursing.! lom ^ BS MJ} and QD ^
Mr Scbocoff ls the son of Mrs.
Nathan Scbocoff. W. Palm Beach. ,_.
and the late Mr. Schocoff. Ho at-i .***' ** tnP* Cub* and
tended the University of Florida ***" th* ^"P1* wul hv > Ml'
and will graduate from the L ni-
Bo*ds for Um fmi
ami Beach.
i an
SchwtiNan
Miss Solana Marine Gchul
A committee r* 85 members of "* ""'^ **"? K*?oer .
thecataoswbosrtoftheUtoraity|m^Sund*'r: ** tn
of Maraai wsfl Itra .wmbors of the *>* Congtegataon.
"range Bowl committee and! The wedchng reception was at
Fneods of the Uawrarsity in ask-1 Faaprrsi hotel.
ing holdan of Oraoge Bowl SUd-1 The bride u the daughter of Mrs
itan Bonds to assign tbesn to the E. L. Sebum an. 444 SW 25th tf .
I M for its endowaseat (ond land the late Mr. Schuhnan. The
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Gerald Nash will become Bar
Mfezrah during Saturday morning
14. of Temple
Emann-El Rabbi
Manas Ranaon.
of Temple
Emanu-El. Ft.
Lauderdale. will
ifficiate in the
swore of Dr
frrtmg Lehrman.
Gerald, sen of
Mr. aod Mrs. Saul
Sash. i< a sev-
ti'h erode stu-
ient -at Miami
Beach Junior High School, and at-
tends Temple Emanu-El religious
school.

Well Gortohrai
North Dade Jewish Center will
be the scene of the Bar Mitzvah
Saturday morning, June 14. of Neil
Gottehrer. He is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Gottehrer
North Dade spiritual loader Rab
bi Henry Okolica will officiate.
Neil is a student at the Center's
Popiel school and attends N. Mi-
ami Junior High.
Among relatives attending the
ceremony will be his grandparents.
Mr and Mrs. Charles Pollock, of
Cleveland. O.

James Taich
James, son of Mr. and Mrs.
[Lewis Taich. 330 8flth st., will be-
come Bar Mitzvah during Saturday
[morning service*. June 14. of
I North Shore Jewish Center.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will of-
ficiate. James is a student in the
refcgiOMs school of the Center and
attends Nautilus Junior High.

Michael Hetever
The Bar Mitzvah of Michael Hoi
over wiU be celebrated Saturday
morning, June 14, during services
of North Shore Jewish Center, with
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz officia
ting
Michael, son of Mrs. Florence
Holover. 1914 Marseilles dr., u a
student in the religious school of
the Center, and attends Nautilus
Junior High.
.
Michael Solomon
During Saturday morning ser-
vices of North Shore Jewish Cen-
ter. June 14, Michael, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Maurice Solomon. 301 S.
Shore dr.. will become Bar MHz
van. with Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
witz- officiating.
Michael attends Nautilus Junior
High, and is a student in the relig-
ious school of the Center.
A graduate of Manrni Bench High
from wkerh he grndnated
first in his doss of MS4 Bndney
was recently iMioUd to-aioiov a
of Phi *Bnta Knftna end
sen
on ran.
ale end bis twin
of Scabbard and
military honor society.
Beta Tan socaal fraternity.
of which be is a member has
awarded him its ml enheiar-
ship trophy
Rodney's iilirllm for the On-
cene Tribune Award makes him
' the second miashir of the InaMa
amity to receive B.
No
RESERVE NO,
His brother. David, was selected
| for the award as a member of the
University of Michigan graduating
class of 1962
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie will attend
the graduation Senday. when Red
aey and John are
is in the US. Navy.
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Carrying colors of American Savings Building
and Loan An. of Miami Beach at 1655 Wash-
ington ave.. captain* Ted Finkel and Howie
Tessher are in middle of another hot cam-
paign in Miami Beach Men's Softball Leaaue.
Tessher is also coach of Miami Beach High,
inirty-game schedule is played on Wednes-
days and Fridays at Flamingo Park, and other
contenders for "pennant" are Miami Beach
Police Dept. team. Alfie's and Yellow Cab Co.
Hrooklyn Surviving are two son- Max
d Irvini at .1 ;, daughter. -Mrs. KaJ
brlski. Services ,ni,l burial we.e in
ew fork, with local arrangem. nts
"Ml.....Beach Mlniorial Chapel
SAMUEL D. AFPEL
' of 1 hi u Is'and Mi,. died .lun, )!
as a prontlni nl New Ymk furrli r be-
aring io Miami Beach i ve
' "'' -" Former prea1 Appel and Bone. wan nreaMent ol
All:" '">*', Tempi, ol l
oi.klyn. a Mam n. ntemhe
Nth an.l the Hebrew Academy. II,
as also a life member ol i ., ,
""._. foi the Aged, and belong, I to
.'" ".....' I "-i-.il! 'I! ,, ,.- \
e is survived bj bis wife, Anna: two
'> ma n ii i h i ii. -. twi
Ughtera, Mm. Marian W
ra. I- mi Toporoff; j>ne bn
enjamin; and .1 alater. %l, I
obeli Hei v i ,...,
in New fork, with Rlvers!d< Fl
temonal ilia. I in ,1, 1 ... 1
MRS. TILLIE S. REIBEL
"' llSt BW llih I,,., dltd June I.
'"". "" rejhVnt here six
omlni from Cleveland. Surviving are
ir husband, Jacob; two som Ber.
am and Sidney; two brothers, flvt
midr. n and 11 Brett-grand-
children, tervlcea were June I al
Riverside Beacn Memorial Chapel,
Haul, r at
British Jews Celebrate Anniversary
Of Political Equality 100 Years Ago
LONDON(JTA)-The 100th anniversary of the admission of "the
[first professing Jew, Baron Lionel de Rothschild, as a member of the
^British Parliamentan event which signaled the acquisition of full
political equality by British Jewswas celebrated here this week at a
dinner under the auspices of the Anglo-Jewish Assn. Baron Rothschild
was sworn into Parliament without being required to take a Christian
oath on July 28, 1858.
"There is a great and glorious
[future for the Anglo-Jewish com
I munity in the life of this country."
R. N. Carvalho. president o f t h e
IAJA. told the diners. "We are for-
[tunate in our dual heritage as Eng*
Ilish men and women and as Jews
land Jewesses. We recogiuee the
I two strands in our ffiakemp am)
believe that, as Jews, we have
Isomething special to x#ve to elm,
lour native land, -and -is Britons
liomeuuug to give our brethren.
IcverseaB."
PsvaSe* oet that In recent
years Ad A man*boi, lik.
J*i, have been large) ly occi
| with the problem ef Israel,
I Allocution head -laid, "m -our
MM we have tried .Id sea thai
the naw state (eta a chanco In
aceeedaace with British rfand-
ro of fair plea/ and justice, a
chants to establish heraelf as a
"me of freedom and a bastion of
democracy. But we have never
?onjottan our duty to our coun-
try and our pride in our hem*
lend," ha concluded.
Viscount Samuel sent a message
po the dinner, expressing regret at
pus inability to attend. The guest
of honor was the Lord Chancellor,
|Lord Kilmuir. Amontr the speakers
[were Labor Party leader James
.Griffiths.
Lord Kilmuir told the dinner
iWcsts that the occasion marked
l*e centenary not only of the polit-
pal emancipation of British Jew
p but also of a "new awakening
f British THilrtical 1 if e and con
licience." He said the dinner not
l*ly honored a great man, Baron
pothschild. "but also had a great
pmstituency in the City of London
phich preferred to be semi-discn
panchised for 11 years rather than
enounce its cboiee,"
CHtef Rabbi Israel Brodic paid
tribute to Israel "where Jews are
demonstrating, now that they have
their state and majority status,
their practice of civil and religious
liberty." He emphasized that Brit-
ish Jews found no conflict between
then* d4i ties and obligations as
British cilhJans and their love and
support df Israel.
TJpputy Leader Griffiths, speak-
ing of hh recent vhit to Israel,
said he was struck by "the cour-
age, 'fortitude and deep resolution
of Israel in building a naw home
and a new society." He added: "I
had to say this and I hope I have
Igbt broken any protocol .-in eicpres-
Jring my sincere sentiments" about
Israol.
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Zionist Leader,
Dr. IsMon, 66,
Passes Away
Dr. A. J. khkm, 68, died June 6.
He lived at 2396 SW 21st ter., Mi-
ami.
Dr. Ishlon came here five years
ago from Pittsburgh. He received
his medical training in Europe,
and later became a general prac-
titioner in Pittsburgh.
Ha was proficient of the Labor
Zionist Assembly of Greater IWi-
ami, coordinating body for seven
local Pioneer Women's groups,
three Farband branehes and the
Chnim Oreenberg Paale Zion. In
addition, ho was vice president
of the Greater Miami Histadrut
committee and affiliated with the
Zionist Council of South Florida.
He was a member of the board
of governors of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation.
Dr. Ishlon is survived by his
wife, Rebecca: a son, Arthur Sie-
gel. Pittsburgh: three daughters.
Mrs. Judith Braun, Miami, Mrs.
Judy Shorr, Israel, and Miss De
borah Ishkm. New York, fle also
leaves six grandchildren.
Services wore June 8 at Gordon
Funeral Home, with burial in *!.
Sinai Cemetery.
LOUIS perlstein
74. of 211. Wahl*Mti
to \l
Jt-wlyh Home for thr Ami. Service*
and burial were in New y,,rk City,
with local arrangements l itiv.
Beach Memorial Chapi i
SOL WEISS
4. of J12S Coconut drove dr.. cIIhcI
June 6 from a heart attack whik-
Playing t.-nnls. He came to Miami in
II'I, from Philadelphia. A builder hv
lin.l.ssinn. he in survived by his wife,
lltleii. two M.ns. Mark and Daniel;
three ulsters and two brothers. Ser-
vices were June 8 In Riverside-!'.
Memorial Chapel. Normandy Isle, with
barlal in Star of David Cemetery.
MRS. ETHER BOGDONOFF
7S. or HI sih at., Miami lleach. diet!
lone fi. Sue came here 11 years hko
ruin Philadelphia and is survived by
I slater and brother. Services and
burial were In Phlldelphia. with Hell-
man's Funeral Home In charge of ar-
rangements.
PAUL ROSENBERG
W. of fi NK 47th st.. a resident hr
ai j year*' Comlni from Philadelphia
'-,-,'. .""" He w'"- member ot
rirereth Israel N,,nhside Center. Bur-
Mvn I mil.ide his wife. Rebecca; three
S'ins. Kilwiurl. (-i,|,.|,,.in nIU| Herman:
two daughters. Mrs. Ann Kamburg
and Mrs 1- lorenre- -Raum: five steers,
im-lutling Mrs Elisabeth Flahback
.Mrs Oertrude Pinto. Mis. K'ied
Petersen and Mrs. Flmeme Shander,
Miami; a brother and e|gbt K'Oi
chimren. Services rer June 3 In
Riverside Ueaeh Memorial Chapel,
Normandy Isle, with burial In THt.
Hlnnl Cemetery.
MRS. ROSE ATBBOH HCRRfCK
72 of 110 Kuelld ave.. died June 4. A
widow, she had lwen a resident of Mi-
ami Beach five years. Survivors In-
clude three sons. Clarence, Joel and
Arthur; and a daughter. Orace liltiait.
Services and Interment were In New
York City, with local arrangements by
Hellman Funeral Home
Turkey Denies Arab Report
ANKARA(JTA) The Foreign
Ministry's press bureau has cate-
gorically denied published reports
that part of the arms Turkey is to
receive under the Turkish-West
German arms agreement would be
supplied to Israel* The Ministry
characterized the report, which
has been circulated in the Arab
press, as "tendentious'' and aimed:
at disturbing friendly Turkish-
Arab relations.
Joint Academy Installation
Newly-elected officers and direc-
tors of the Hebrew Academy men's
organization, women's group and
PTA will hold their annual instal-
lation at a dinner party at tho
Sterling hotel June 22. Rabbi Alex-
ander S. Gross, principal of the
Academy, will be installing officer.
lu-presentative chairmen of fhe
installation committee are Geoige
Kimmei, Sam Reinhard, Mrs. Al-
exander Gross and Mrs. A. Kaplan.
Men's Club to Meet
Newly-formed Men's Club of
Dade Heights Jewish Community
Center will hold its meetings reg-
ularly Thursday evenings, begin-
rfilig June12. In charge of infonna.
tlon is Ozzie BUrstein.
Temple Atoms to Dance
Temple University alumni will
"hold an annual Founder's Da/%in-
ner and dance Sattirday at Miami
Springs Villas. Austin Burke is in
charge of reservations.
MRS. SOPH WEBER
"i2. of 10401 E. Hay Harbor dr.. ili, i.
June ii. She was a saleswoman and
came here six years ago from Milwau-
kee, Wise. Surviving are her hus-
i.ui,!. Percy; son. Richard; mother.
Mrs. Esther Rosenberg; and three
brothers. Services and burial were In
Milwaukee, with Riverside-Beach Me-
morial Chapel in charge of local ar-
rangements.
SAMUEL TANNENBAUM
M, ,,f 2103 IW llth st.. died June .".
II. ...me In Miami from Atlantic City,
N.J., S7 years ago. Survivors Include
his wife. Cecil; daughter. Mrs. Hope
Klsklnri; two sisters. Mrs. Hess Oood-
-nan and Mrs. Gene Stone; and one
brother. Services were June 0 at
Riverside Baach Memorial Chapel.
Flagler at., with burial in Ml. Neba
i Ynietery.
STANLEY BAUMAN
K, of \3M Monad ter.. died June 4.
Paralysed from the waist down sine*
h, was 14, he finished his last two
years al Miami Beach High School In
,i wheel chair. He became manager ,,!
his high school football team. He
came here with his parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Bauman, to years aao.
cervices were June :. at Riverside-
B< .ii h Memorial Chapel
ISAAC LIBERMAN
|5, retired owner of a roofing and
metal business in Akron. <)..
ii, d June I. He lived at HO] SW ith
-oi, nt bare for II wars he
time to this ar. a from Akron after
retirement, and was s veteran of
World War I. member of the American
n Veterans of Foreign Wars,
i. wish w,i, Veterans, and B pal
ll'lith Surviving are his wife, Flora:
three daughters. Mrs. Lillian Rosen-
blatt Mrs Ksther Solomon and Mrs.
Miriam Davit; brother and two sis-
Lara, including Mrs. Orace Sl.-lger Mi-
nn ii, also leave sis grandchildren
Services were June I at OortOB
,1 Home, with burial In Akron.
WILLIAM TAMBOR
".< owner of Tamlnirs Barber Shop.
lied June .1 following a sudden illness
He "tvi SV IJth st and came
t,, Miami -" years ago from New lorg
,-itv. surviving are his wife. Oiga.
[wtj sons, stanl.y and Ronald '-''-
,,, M,. Beatrice Tambor; and three
rrandchlldran. Baryteea r1JnlJ
!( o.......n funeral Home, with butlal
In vit Nebo < etnetery.
MRS ANNIE~ KORNBLUM
s of iM Dspanota Way. dleil June .1.
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Friday. Ion*
13.
Ann Greenhouse, of Beth David religious school, presents
check icr S500 from Keren Ami Fund to Aaron Kanner. pres-
ident of Greater Miami Jewish Federahrn. as Rabbi Yaakov
Rosenberg, spuritual leader, looks on. Money was donated
by school s students Jar 1958 Combined Jewish Appeal canv
pagn._________________________
E. Albert Pallot (center), president of Biscayne Federal Savings
and Loan Assn.. cccepts City Commissioner B. E. Heam's con-
gxatulatons as Heam opens first savings account in Biscayne
Federcl s new Northside branch office. Verne Molusky. branch
manager lccks on. Ribbon-cutting ceremony officially launch-
ed branch last week at planned Northside Shopping Center.
NW 27th ave. end 79th si Temporary site will be supplanted
ky permanent quarters now on drawing boards of architect
Robert Law Weed. Biscayne Federcl opened 11.037 new sav-
ings accounts in Dade county last year.
Histadrut Award Goes to Reuther
NEW YORK Walter P. Reu-
thr. president of the United Auto
Work-:- I n.on. 111 receive the
1&58 H i t a d r a t Humanitarian
Aard at a dinner sponsored by
the national committee for Lab- r
Israel at the Waldorf-Astoria liotel
Tueviay evening
The aware1, the seventh to be
presented since 1950 cites the ser
vices rendered by Reutber to the
-e of democracy and to the de-
velopment of sTong bonds between
the people of the United States
and 'he people of the State of Is-
rael "
Some 1.000 guest are expected to
attend the dinner, which will high
light "American Labor's Salute to
Israel Labor" on the occasion of
Israel's tenth anniversary, accord-
ing to Arthur J. Goldberg, labor
attorney, who i> chairman of the
' event.
Former recipients of the Hista-
drut award ir.cluce the late Vice
President Alben W. Barkley. Pres-
ident Harry S. Truman.
FOR ALL TYPE OF SASH OR JALOUSIES
BAR-L0K STORM SHUTTERS
MAINTENANCE INCORPORATED
(Division cf Lwdmen Corporation)
Haganah
Soldiers
Rewarded
JERUSALEM JTA The Ha
ganah Ribbcn. a decoration which
oil] be awaitt-J ~' WHie 30.000
ve:eras*i Israels War of Inde-
pendence, was present** this week
* bCoITTI r Beni*-
to Prime Minister David Ben-
Gurion at ceremonies at the Pres-
ident s office. The ribbons were
presented to the two Israel leaders
by Bri2 Yaakov Don. former com-
mander of the Haganah. the Jew-
ish underground army, and first
chief of staff of the Israel Army of
Defense.
The presentation was a forerun-
of ceremonies here at Jerusa-
S'adium and throughout the
'country at which the former under-
ground fighters will be honored
|Mrs Ben Zm. who was to received
jher ribbon at the same time, de-
ferred its acceptance until a later
time when she couid receive it
I among the ranks of her colleagues
| who participated in the defense of
[Jerusalem.
M*tht Snob, on-time Haganah
' commander wro is now a Com-
! munist member of the Knesset.
was not invited to the cotomony
since Mr. Ben-Gvrien bod re-
fused to pin the ribbon on him.
Ho will receive his award by
mail. The Herat Knesset faction
also rejected on invitation to at-
tend the ceremonies, charging
"blood discrimination" between
the Haganah on one side and the
Irgvn Zvoi Leumi and Stern
groups on the other.
In a letter to the Ministry of
Defense, the Herat group said that
it was proper for members of the
Haganah to receive decorations
from the Haganah organization, but
it warned that if the Defense Min-
istry singled out the Haganah as
one of the three underground or-
ganizations which fought for Is-
rael's independence, it created
questions about service with the
two other groups.
The Herat deputies said they
could not approve the fact that a
State body granted decorations to
the members of only one of the or-
ganizations and no decorations to
the members of the others who had
also shed blood for the liberation of
the State.
Prof Eri Jabotinsky. son of the
late Yaldimir Jabotinsky. famed
Zionist leader, rejected an invita-
tion to accept the posthumous
award to his father. He cited
grounds similar to those of the
Herat and added another reason
that "the government has not found
I it necessary to transfer my father's
[remains to Israel as requested in
his will "
Meanwhile, it was learned, that
following a B'nai B'nth decision in
, this respect, a special delegation
was received by President BenZvi.
i requesting the President to use his
! good offices to induce the govern-
ment to act to transfer Jabotin-
sky "s remains to Israel
f
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Sidney Glazier (left) is welcomed as rice president af l j
Cantor Insurance Agency by J. A. Cantor. Firm hai
in Venetian Medical bldg.
Glazier Joins Insurance Firm
Appointment of Sidney Glazier
las vice preside?!! ef the J. A. Can-
tor uv-urance agency was announ-
ced last week.
Glazier recently completed four
year as Florida manager for the
State of Israel Bonds organization.
During that Uire. the organiza'i.m
he directed sold about $3,500,000
in Israel Bonds.
Cantor, well-known rViami real
estate developer and civic load-
er, praised Glazier's "record of
cerr.Tiunrry achievement and aid
to Israel."
A former Air Force eaptaa,'
z er served ,n :>-iCiiK ._.
ater during World War IL
The Cantor A.eacy. whicii
all forms of insurance, _, (
in the Venetian Medical bidZl
1451 North Bay st -re dr.
Dr. Vnger fo S?ttk
Y. j and V r Hem" i
j subject of a dju
I Dr. Paul Ussgrr it i
mee'icg of M .-. Beaca
B'nth Lodse 7 -'ay Dwn|
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Leonard Wien. investor, has been
elected as president of the Lincoln
Road Assn. He succeeds Charles
Clements Jr. of Chase Federal
Savings and Loan Assn.
Others elected were Max Boder
man. first vice president. B E
Bronston. second vice president
Dr. Dennis Quittner, secretary,
and F. Lowry Wall, treasurer.
HELLMAN
rraiMi CHAPEtS, 1KC.
"Coring for Thooo Yom Cor. For"
U09f0M III ProcfKt
Dr. J. M Samalion. a former
student of Miami Beach Huh
School and the University of Mi-
ami, has received his Doctor of
Chiropractic degree from the Lo-
gan College of Chiropractic in St.
Louis. Mo. Dr. Samalion has been
engaged in private practice for the
past year and a half at 850 SW nth
ve. He resides with his wife.
Arlene and two sons, Douglas and
Dale in Miami.
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jay, June 13. 195ft
iifemail Will
on Podium
iqaln Sunday
r]Jl whitomaa returns lor a
ood Pop* concert appearance
the University of Miami Sum-
x Symphony Orchestra Sunday
June 15, following his
rd-breaking "sellout perform-
at the Miami Beach Auditor-
last week.
Whiteman, who is celebra-
over 50 years in show busi-
plans many music*! novel-
and surprises for his second
rm. to be entitled "Ait Ee-
with Paul Whiteman."
Jau Kin* will1 prettmt I
r.nd Canyon Suit*" **<
rttiitippl Suite," by Ferde*
both composed and dedi-
tsoociaNy to him.
Whiteman will double as
itor and conductor at the con-
which will be highlighted by
informal and extemporaneous
mentary throughout the pro-
Jitoisi) fhj kJKui
u,
11-B
Rubin Named to Board
Ellis Rubin, former Florida spe-
cial assistant attorney general and
Dade county assistant state attor-
ney, has beon named to the board
* directors of North Dade Jewish
Center.
PRINCIPLE: In a statement of
principles adopted this week at the
annual conference in Chicago of
Ike Jewish Welfare Board, the or-
lanization declared that "Jewish
content Ls funds mental to the pro-
Aram of tie Jewish Center." The
functions of the Jewish center
were also defined to include assis-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
SAM UN SKY
Una**, the-mdwidu.* Urn ttrm-k/^a I,OROTHV r"INSKV
ist week, he appeared before a
out audience of some 3,400 per-
with an all-Gershwin concert
lured.
tickets continue on sale for the
lining nine concerts), which
held each Sunday evening
ugh Aug. 10.
p^ammy qu\, Debbie Roynolds. and John Saxon roach
^LT.*T?ni!,nen,al ^,VOrt,e' Curt Iut*"- in 'oryby au-
nri M J^l ^no.lLB1Ue-" Ah5 CO"8tarred OTe AS. Smith
and Mary Aster. Picture is now showing at Woraetco's Carib.
Miami. Miracle and Gateway Theatres.
Jhrf* In JH,
|ormandy Camp
jens June 16
ibrmandy School. 1021 Biarritz
I announces the Normany Music
Art Camp will begin its sum-
day camp schedule .on June
|or an eight-week period,
nder the supervision of a pro-
kional staff of instructors and
khers. a well-planned program
thcdulrd, with emphasis on
tap ictivities, including band,
corps, chorus, piano, accor-
dancing and dramatics, as
| a< Ml fn-ms of painting, sculp-
| and crafts.
pe camp will also feature a full
|uc program, with swimming
Vities in their own swimming
where children from four
i of age up. wtll receive swim-
instructions. ,
bile the campers Cl partici-
i in the planned activities as a
lp. personal interest to arouse
one to exercise his individual
ties to the fullest will be en
Nettt
Smaxine the program will be
mini
Recent births at Mt. Sinai Hos-
pital include the following:
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Arnold
Stulberg May 28.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Leopold May 27.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Lester Woolen May 25.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Yelen May 24.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Maurice Zieman Mav 24.
teerte himself into the. American,
community.
7
LEGAL NOTICE
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. James radu'e school.
Insurance Firm
Promotes Myers
Hans O. Clausen, general agent!
for the John Hancock Mutual Life
Insurance Co., announced this
week the promotion of Herbert S.
Myers to assistant general agent.
Myers was formerly an agency
supervisor.
Myers received his Bachelor of
Arts degree trom Grinneli College
in Iowa and his Master of Arts
from University of Pennsylvania
____NOTICE UNDER
...f.!.C.T,T,0US NAME LAW
,.NTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
SrSrvSnSS1^ ,he "<""<>'-' name of
FOTO.NOOh at 143S Collins Ave., Mi-
ami Ueach. Florida intends to register
T*',d name with the Clerk of the Clr-
" ..UL.' 1>a*le founty. Florida.
mWS foS1lFF- Sole wner
Attorney for Julius Ostroff
Yi:i-2tf.27. 7/4
Pollock May 24.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Baer May 22.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Miller May 22.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Leon
Sapir May 19.
Hypnotist Appears
Beth Emc'.h Men's Club pre-
sented hypnotist Daniel Schmidt
Saturday evening at Beth Emeth
Auditorium.
Schmidt Was assisted by Paul
Reiter. Stan Rosenstrauch. Sam
Miiler, Al Cohen and Stan Clatter.
a spontaneous exhibition by
campers covering all phases
their activities, including
exhibit and concert.
an
the
of
art
He is also a graduate of Purdue
University's life insurance market-
ing institute.
Myers is a past president of the
North Dade Junior Chamber of
Commerce, and has been active in
the Naval Reserve.
Baby Die-Dee Diaper Service
"I ff AT II MIAMI'S F I II
| Afl Exclusive Laundry lor Diapers and Baby Clothes
2111 N.W. 1011, AVENUE PHONE FR 9-5593
Carpet Laving and Repairinq
RUGS CLEANED. DYED and DEMOTKEP
i S.W. South River Driv. Phone. FR 9-1155 & FR 1-2007
VI IS III 4. CLEAN KHS
FURNTTURE CLEANING ______
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVHX that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under- the fictitious name of
OWEN'S CARPET .-'ALES at 260
N.W. 73rd street. Miami, Florid* ln-
tenda to register H;'id name with the
t lerk of the Circuit Court of I ude
County, I!., ill,i
S"i TIIKItN CARrHTT SWPLY
CORP, (A Florida Corporation)
6/13-20-27, 7'4
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 5SC4343N
GERTRUDE HOROWITZ.
Plaintiff
v -
MORRIS HOROWITZ,
I ii-f.n l.-inl.
8UIT FOR DIVORCE
T' I: Ml IRRI8 liol'.i i\viTZ
(Address Cnknown)
You Morris Hornwlts are hereby no-
tified that a BUI of Complaint t":
Divorce taai been filed aanlnst ynn,
and you are required to serve b copy
of youi Answer or Pleading t" the Bill
of Complaint on Ihi ;>1 i ntlff's Atl
ii. v. KOVNER ft MANN'HElMEl
Lincoln Road, M i n I I '> h, Fiorl It
urn! file the or s ni i Answer or Plead-
Ini In tl.....fflee of tl of tin
circuit Court ''ii "t baton the iiih
ds at i or) It I! ) nu r; 11 to il" so,
judgment bj default wisj be t.tken
t vou for thf r- l:,.f demanded
in the BUI of Contphilnt.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
I' ill;,, this l"th tlay df June. A.It.
MS8.
i: B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
cir,.|iii Court, Dade Countv, y
(feal) Bj II II HICK. IR
Deputy cieik.
Kov.NFR ft MAXNHEIMER
Attorneys for I'l.iintiff
"-'- in
LEGAL NOTICE:
. NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKRF.MY OIVBN that
the undersiKned, desirlnft to enitace in'
l.URineHS under the fictitious name of
PI.AVOIRI. I1KACTY SAUi.N at -,6J
Bay Harbor Terrace, Bay Harbor Is-
lanils. Florida intends to register salA
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
MARY KATZ
/13-20-27, 7/4
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKHKBV GIVEN that
the undersigned, deslrinjc to cngake In
business under the fictitious name of
BENDIX LAFNDRY at ISO NW 8th
i.i Ulasal, F.orida intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
'20-27
IN THB COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FO DADS COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROgjATB.
Ne. 437*9 A
In RE: Estate of
ERIC T. tlLASKK.
I>ceasd.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To- AU Creditors and All Persons Hav-
lag claim* or Demands Against Sitid, .'
Eafate: '.
You are hereby notified and re.
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you mav have atcainst
the estate of ERIC T. GLASER de-
ceased late of l>ade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade CouiH
ty, and file the same In their offices
In the County Courthouse in Dade
County. Florida, within eight calendar
months from the date of the tirst
publication hereof, or the same will be
barred.
HERTA EIS. Administratrix of
the Estate of Eric T. Glaser. Deceased,
KIRT WEL.LISCH
Attorney
U14-17 Congress Building
Miami. Florida
76-13-2II-27

NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the umli in- I. desiring to engage
business itnder O"- fir........j f '
NORTHWEST CONCRETE CO.
ii'ai N.W 14th Avenue, opa LocRa
intends I., register -.- t newie wnM the
Clerk nf the Circuit Court of DetUe
Count* Florlda,
COI.EMAN CONCRETE, INC
i'ii. Corp
MARX M FAWBm
Attnrnet for l""i cant
nnngress Bids,
. 7/4 _____
Not'
Robbins Roofing & Sheet Metal Co.
tpMtiW. .,. ISTABUSHID lflf Ittlmtn ftf
KING and ROOFING SUPPLIES ITAIl C0NTIACTIN0 IPAIIN0
A. N. IECKER, MtMtr
N- *. 26th STIIET, MIAMI
PHONE n 4-3705
Furnithar* A Inttallar*
Inlaid LimkMMit A.phalt Tlla
Rubber Tlla
FOSTER ELECTRIC
COMPANY, INC.
Electrical Contractors
RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL
INDUSTRIAL ALTERATIONS
MAINTENANCE
24 Hour Service
AIR CONDITIONING and
ADEQUATE WIRING
2264 W. Flatter St HI 8-3671
NiehU. Sundays 4 Holidays dial
HI 3-0922
NOTICE
Is hereby given that the
partnefhlp heretofore xjatlni
tween Ethel Ostroff and Julius Oatroff
In tin- ownership aad operation of the
business knon :i '!'' Eotonook. at
ii-tv Collins Ave \li.ittii Beach. I
Ida was dissolved on June S, l5S. Tne ,n
business will continued under the
tale owners''In of Julius Ostmff. All
parties should govern themaelvet ao-
"nKh- ,,,.,,,. 09TROFT
.III.US OSTBOFT
fi/n/:,*. ____
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES- COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 43674-B
In Re: ESTATE OF
JULIL'S A. S1EGEL a/k/a
J. A. SIEGEL,
I'.h cased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Pargoag Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Batata;
You, and each of you are hereby
notified ami required to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of vou. may have against the
...t.-it,- uf .iri.ll'S A. SIEGEL, a/k/a,
J. A. SIEGEL deceased late "f DadpJ
County, Florida, to the HonorabM
Count) Judge! of Dade County, and;
n i- the same In their offices In the.
County Courthouse In Dane County,
Florida, within eight calendar month*
from the Hate of the first publication
hereof, Baid eaUms or demands to.
contain the legal address of the clalm-
and and to be tworn to and presented
as aforesaid, or Barns will be barred,
. of the 1 : t". l'i
Act.
I ,te June 9, A.D. I9SS.
Mil.TON" R. MANNHEJMER
As Executor Of the Estate of
JULIUS A. MKOEl, a/k/a J. A.
81 BO EL, I '
KOVNBR MANNHEIMER
Bj \\'.titer '' Kovner
Attorne) for Executor
I i -t inililication on June 13. 19"-3.
ii.TI-2' -L'7, 7/1 ________^'
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAMB AND BV THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA
Tit ALL TO WHOM THESE PRES-
ENTh SIIA1.I. COME, GREETINOS:
Whereas, DAVtD GOLD, HOLLT-.
WOOD, FLORIDA; LILLIAN GOLD.
HOLLYWOOD, F LORIDA; I'. F3T T H
-I.ANt'i:. MIAMI. FLORIDA did on
the Uth das "f Mi*. -v"- ''"!'' ''UM
Incorporated under the pro-
vtalons of the general corporation law
,.! the Bute ol l orlda ARCADE
CLEANERS, i.n'i-.. a corporation, with
i-s principal place of business ;t Mi-
ami. DADH COUNTY In the State
,.f Florida, and whereas the proper
of such cm poral......lid on the
:;:si dav of May. A.D. 1958, cause to
i riled in the office of Ihe Bei retai y
,,; state uf thi state of Florida, a duly
authenticated resolution adopted by
ii,. stoekholdera under the provisions
of -.i i I 'I.....t' r showing th. II ol such cor-
Miller Electric Co.;
a
QUALITY C0MTKACTING I
IKVICl*
"EVKP1Y INSTALLATION GUARANTEED-'
for Free Estimates ^^ pL ,.2288
N-W. 7th Avenue
ami with cam an sihcia*
KXETI^ai SEttVICE STATION
BWCLAIH OAaOLINB GOODYEAB TIRES
'* Si*-* Pkaa. rt 4-W5T "*" fl""
>IU.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that
the underatjrned, desiring t<> engage In
business itnd.f (>>e fl ti'lotis nsm.. (
kDORE BEAUTY BALOM at si., West
|lel street In the city of Miami
Bench. Florida Intends to register the
said name with the Clerk ofTtl I lr-
,.lt font of tMde County, F lorlda.
Dated al Miami, Florida this 4th
dav of June. IS
SECURITY TRUST
Trustee
By P i il D. Barng, Jr.
S/U-IO-tl, T/t_______
COMPANY.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PRolsTE.
No. 43730-B
In Re: ESTATE OF
APTHUR HERUST
NOTICE TO CREOITOBS
T" A" Cre '
tints or Demands Against said
. of yon are I
notified !'n '' ""''
. .hi I demands which you.
, phei of > have i"-"""'-
f ai-THUR HFRPST
ed late i f I''le County. I
..,,! i idRes ol D
and file the same In ':"''."''',
I lade t
i*iM
tifi
un-
alsVlnr
first ?!,-
ame \ ill be
ntj Conrtfe
i, Fiorl i i, within
i
of, 01
' ,C JsVH
V II. Al
i la

.
Now, therefore, the secretary ol
Biati does hereby cei tlfy lo the fore*
going an,i that in Is satisfied that the
requirements of law have been corns.
plied with. _
IN UITNF^S WHEREOF, I h :
heseuate set my hn,l and have
affixed the lireat Seal of the Slit-
of F'lorldn, at Tallahassee, the
Capital. O.I.- the THIRTY FIRST
day of MAY, A IV lM.
(aenl) K A- QRAT,
Secretary of State,
6/l3/'it________________________,______
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION___
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Of* THB
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 5RC4S09
LOVELY PBUAQIA 8ANDORY
Plaintiff
ANDREW KANDORY
I 'it. tidaot
SUIT FOR D'VORCE
TO: Mr. Andrat* H .mloi y
K17 Park Avenue
Eaat Oranae, New Jei sal
You Andrew Sandory are lereby t -
lifted thai s inn ol Complaint ror I >i
vosee hu.- been filed aaaiaal y,,u. and
vou .ire requl ii to
a ... r or Pleading to tat
,,, i -, mplalnl i n llfrj Attoi -
,,, POL1 M'K .', YOUNG, -"- -N"'':
acfe Mile. Coral Oable Floi la and
,;i [hi Answer or Plea'dug
in th.....:. ol K.i1*..' "f
,- i, c,,ir t ,i hofoi e the llth 1
July 19 r..iI to il
nirnt In i til will he <
o|' Cotrutls
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