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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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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).
General Note:
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 UHITY and THE JEWISH
fume 32 Number 25
WEEKLY
MJamrFloridaFriday. June 20. 195?
28 Pages Two Sections
//? Survey
Wot Spot
IJTABy Direct Teletype Wire
TEP NATIONS Secretary
Leral Dag Hammarskjold may
I other Middle East capitals in
[ition to Beirut,, where he went
fcdav night to meet with his
il)--named three-member obser-
on group. .;.
a special press conference
Tuesday morning, prepara-
to his departure, Mr. Ham-
skjold said in answer to a ques-
that he does "not exclude"
{is to other Middle East capitals
this trip. "But I have very lit-
Itime." he added, "and whether
b elsewhere will depend on de-
jpments."
limmarsk jold stated six weeks
> that he was tentatively plan-
I a visit to a number of Mid-
East capitals in June.
Price 200
046 HAMMAHSK10LD
ked whether he contemplated
rial action if he found in Leb-
that some of the forces re-
ling against the Lebanese Gov-
nent were coming from the
b refugee camps under UN
diction, he said "if we find
a situation we would report
[matter to the Security Council,
|then it would be up to the Se-
)ty Council to take any action
Continued on Pe#e 5 A
\outh Shuns
Mm Influence
|ACKSON\ 1LLE (JTA) More
more Ku Klux Klan meetings
, in some cases. White Citizens'
ncils are turning their efforts
|anti-Senulism, the Associated
ss reported here, adding, how-
thai the "mass of Southern-
[are nut Luying the anti-Semitic
i it* study of synagogue bomb-
kt and the growth of anti-Jew-
activities in the South, the
M association said there r
least 10 Klans in the region,
I that tne mass of printed anti-
nitie propaganda comas from
ch places as Union, N.J., Los
I". St. Louis and Chicago.
Nr>y all Whit* Citizens Coun-
hava repudiated the anti-
"lsh campaign and come
uncils claim Jewish members.
Me Slate Attorney Richard E.
stein linked the rise of anti-
pitism to the declining economic
Mtion. As soon as times get
some people look for some-
p to hlameJews or Catholics."
Tsaid. The AP reported that
f* comprise less than one-half of
Percent of the South's popula-
though some Jewish families
J* 'hen history in the region
p to Colonial times.
nb Rabbi's House
rROCKTON, Mass o placed in a drain pipe out-
f-tne home of Rabbi Jacob Ren-
(of this city exploded one nlgbt
week and damaged his prop-
V The blast ripped up 15 feet
lhe driveway adjoining the
P*- Police have not succeeded
!"ml"'' lhe terrorists.
Thorny Issues
Aired During
NCRAC Talks
BOSTON-(JTA)-The status of
relationships among Jews, Protes-
tants and Cathoics was discussed
this week at the annual plenary
session of the National Community
Relations Advisory Council which
is being held here. Participating
in the frank discussion of conflicts
among religious groups in
country were a Roman Catholic
Monsignor, a Protestant professor
of theology and a representative of
the American Jewish Congress.
Monsignor Edward G. Murray
told the 150 Jewish community
leaders that Catholics believe re-
ligious and political authority
should be separate. Recognizing
that in practice some overlapping
is inevitable, he said Catholics be-
lieve that in the areas of such over-
lapping religious authority must
have primacy, since it rests upon
ultimate truths.
Leo Pfeffer, American Jewish
Congress representative, pointed
out that among important issues
upon which the faiths are divid-
ed and that cannot be completely
compromised are: religion in the
public schools, public aid for pa-
rochial education, Sunday closing
Continued on Page 16-A
France Plans to Sell Israel
New Super Jet Bombers;
Gurion, US. Envoy Meet
dor ttoZZ!Z?Z*7j!i Cnfirmin ^vance reports that the Premier would raise with the Ambassa-
Jordan Tbs herehSeTZS" c SR ^ mdel fightm ,0 UbM"' ^ and
a new formal rermUt Z new formal request with Washington for jet aircraft to balance its arms with those of the Arab states.
Meanwhile, the Foreign Minis- ..
"* -ft \
6 or 20 Aircraft in Package?
try announced Sunday night that
Israel and France had signed an
agreement for France to supply
Israel with six Vauture super-
sonic jet bombers. The new twin
engine bombers, capable of a top
speed of 700 miles per hour, will
enable Israel to strike back at
any Arab country which opens
hostilities.
The only other bombers which
the Israel Air Force possesses now
are three B-17s, four engine Amer-
ican propeller driven craft known
this during World War II as Flying For-
tresses. Israel used them in the
War of Liberation ten years ago.
PARIS(JTA)The influential Paris newspaper Le Monde reported
here that Israel was purchasing 20 jet bombers from France. A report
from Jerusalem said that Israel had contracted for six twin engine
bombers.
(In Jerusalem, observers expressed the suspicion that American
sources had leaked the story about French jets being sold to Israel with
a definite purpose in mind. These sources stressed two important dif-
ferences between the situation of Israel and the Arab states. First,
the Arabs are receiving the Anglo-American craft virtually as a gift.
Secondly, Israel can only go to one source for its arms while the Arabs
have a wide choice of suppliers.)
Sharett Warns of Danger
In Latest Lebanese Crisis;
Hits New Arab Nationalism
BRUSSELS(JTA)The present situation in Lebanon is fraught
with danger, Moshe Sharett, former Prime Minister of Israel, this week
warned the Council of the Socialist International which is meeting here.
The Council adopted a resolution*-------------------------------------
MOSHt SHAKtTT
Goldmann Says East-West
Conflict Benefit to Arabs
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
FRANKFURTDr Nahum Goldmann, making his first public ad-
dres*in Germanv since 1932. told a Frankfurt University audience Mon-
day n ght that testing peace between Israel and Arab countries was
JoLible only if the great powers of East and West joined in guarantee-
ing Middle East stability.
The World Zionist lender deliv-
ered one of the Loeb lectures In-
stituted two years ago at the uni-
versity for teaching of Jewish his-
tory, democracy and religion.
Dr. Goldmann told the audi-
ence of German professors and
students that the East-West con-
flict was accruing to the benefit
of aggressive Arab nationalism
that was not only detrimental to
Israel's Peaceful txhtene. but
also to the welfare of the Arab
countries as well.
He said that if the great powers,
instead of combatting each other,
would come to recognize the recip-
Continued on Pagt 6 A
calling for international guarantees
for the borders of the Middle East-
ern states, including Israel, and for
the launching of large-scale devel-
opment projects in tne region un-
+der United Nations auspices. An-
other resolution expressed the hope
that an improvement in the world
situation would lead to a relaxation
of tension in the Middle East.
Sharett, who is a member of
the Mapai delegation to the par-
ley, told the session that subver-
sion of Lebanon from within and
without might produce "an ex-
plosion" in the Middle East. He
noted that developments in Leb-
anon proved Israel's long-held
contention that the emergence of
Israel was not responsible for
tension in the region.
Sharett said the national move-
ments of Israel and the Arab states
had much in common, but that
Arab nationalism was moving into
"wrong channels." He called for
international protection of the ter-
ritorial integrity of all UN mem-
bers. Sharett added that while t!ie
world powers should show an
active interest in a settlement be-
tween Israel and the Arab states,
they should not pressure for it,
leaving the details to be worked out
by the parties involved.
The one-time Foreign Minister of
Israel reiterated that the Arab
refugee problem must be solved
thiefly through resettlement. He
urged that no international support
be given to nations which refuse to
make peace.
Temple Battles to Erect Building
ST LOUIS (JTA) The
American Jewish Congress and
the St. Louis Rabbinical Assn.
asked the M i s s o u r i Supreme
Court this week for permission
to file a brief as friend of the
court in support of the right of
Temple Israel here to build a
chapel and Sunday school in su-
burban Creve Coeur.
The two organizations filed a
joint motion for leave to appear
as amicus curiae in the case,
which is scheduled for Septem-
ber, 1958 term. Similar motions
to appear in the case were filed
by the Metropolitan Church Fed-
eration of St. Louis and Catho-
lic Archbishop Joseph Ritter,
head of the St. Louis Archdiocese.
Both the Protestant church
group and Archbishop Rlttor fil-
ed briefs supporting Temple Is-
rael when the case was tried by
St. Louis County Circuit Judge
Raymond LaOrlere last yoar.
Judge LaDriere's decision,
handed down Aug. 5. 1957,
ruled in favor of Temple Israel
and held that two zoning ordi-
nance amendments under which
Crev,e Coeur denied a building
permit to the Temple were inval-
id.
Judge LaDriere also ruled the
amendments violated the right of
free exercise of religion guaran-
teed by the First and Fourteenth
Amendments to the U.S. Consti-
tution and by the Missouri Con-
stitution.


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South Florida B'nai B'rith Youth Council pre-
sent* awards at third annual Athletic Award
dance at Alcazar hotel Sunday. Left to right
are Bob Fischer. Greater Miami AZA director;
Ronnie Rosen. AZA athletic chairman; Estelle
Robin. B'nai B'rith Girls athletic chairman;
Chris Dundee, Miami Beach boxing impres-
sario. who presented awards; Bernie Weiner.
South Florida BBYO Council president; and
Jack Fink. BBYO board president
ZOA Violates Ballot;
Bids to Move Natl
Confab from Beach
Leaders of the Southeastern region of the Zionist On
America were up in arms this week over a rumored de
part of the national executive.to move the ZOA convention
ber from Miami Beach to a point closer to New York City
The Jewish Floridian learned that y^ National Ex.
Ziniyal qrgsnfciynn of Amegfc* Spll holda *
ark this Sundaytodet ermine a new si*- '
ork
uled Sept. 3 to 7.
Ex-Nazi Seeks to Escape life Sentence
FRANKFURT-(JTA>-The West
Berlin Appeals Court rejected last
weekend an appeal from a former
Nazi guard who sought to set aside
a life sentence imposed on him for
the torture and murder of seven
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WORLD'S LARGEST
Jewish prisoners at Auschwitz. The
ex-guard is Otto Locke.
A report that Ludwig Zind. the
school teacher sentenced recently
to a year in prison for anti-Semitic
remarks, had been offered a job
by a German school in Hamburg
is not true. West German Foreign
Minister Hemnch von Brentano de-
clared.
He made the comment in reply
to a question in the Bundestag.
Zind. who was accused of asserting
publicly that Hitler "did not gas
enough Jews.'" declared at his trial
that he was not perturbed at bis
expulsion from school service be-
cause he bad been offered jobs by
a Cairo school and a German
chemical firm. The Cairo school,
which confirmed the job offer, is
administered by the West German
Foreign Service.
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ST. ALBANS, Vt. (JTA) The
Vermont Labor Council. AFL-CIO.
meeting here in annual convention,
adopted unanimously this week a
series of resolutions which gate
strong support to efforts to get the
FBI into the investigation of South-
ern bombings of Jewish Commun-
ity Centers and synagogues. Hie
delegates voted to ask the U.S. At-
torney General to enter the inves-
tigation of the Southern bombings
despite his refusal to do so.
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ay to determine a new site forthe
Moat frequently mentioned is Atlantic City
At en administrative commit-
tee meeting of the Southeast re-
Jnraa I In Orlando, Fla.. re-
gional leaders were sharply crit-
ical of the rutnered ZOA effort
te move the iWHenal convention
from Miami Beach. According to
these leaders, all National Exec-
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ZOA are head in New York, "and
te head each convention in or
near New York la just too
much."
Harry Jaffa, of B
Ala., president of ma u.
Southeast region, foldifjJJ
Orlando gathering that
Confederate fl, m,y
raised for our region."
The regional leaders point out
that although nearly one-half of
American Jewry resides in Great-
er New York, "less than a quarter
of our national membership comes
from there." They add that the
Southeast region is the third
largest in the United States and the
second largest in fund-raising.
In addition, the September con-
vention site was determined by
vote at the last national conven-
tion. "This is the first time in the
60-year history- of our organization
that we were to be host to a na-
tional convention," ZOA regional
officers declare.
Rabbi Joseph L Rnckevsky
MS MKM10AN A
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Arrangements for the I
convention were in protean
ma lion with officials M Oat
ville hotel since June 13 m
Dr. Sidney Marks, aatjanh
utive director of the ZOA/i
a contract with Deaurilie,
last Feb. 14, reserving i
facilities for the coaveafa,
Mortimer May, immedk* -
president of the ZOA. stat^
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Executive Council
to vote on a conv
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feshiva Graduates 266, Offers Honor Degrees to Notables
NEW YORK266 undergraduate
graduate degrees, the largest
umber in the 72-year history of
institution, were to be confer-
by Yeshiva University Thurs-
ay at its 27th annual commence-
aent exercises in the university's
Nathan Lamport Auditorium.
Dr. Samuel Belkin, president of
university, was to preside and
itr honorary degrees upon Nel-
A. Rockefeller, president of
Rockefeller Brothers Fund;
Joseph Kaplan, chairman of
the U. S. National Committee for
the International Geophysical Year;
Rabbi Henry Guterman, Chief
Rabbi of Scranton; and Max J. Et-
ra, New York attorney and chair-
man of the university's board of
trustees.
Rockefeller and Etra were to
receive the degree of Doctor of
Lews; Rabbi Cwterman the de-
gree of Doctor of Divinity; and
Dr. Kaplan, the degree of Doctor
of Humane Lettars.
Dr. Kaplan, who is professor of
physics at U.C.L.A., was to deliver
the principal commencement ad-
dress.
Rabbi Guterman, who is 75 years
old, received his ordination from
the university's Rabbi Isaac Elcha-
nan Theological Seminary in 1907,
and is Yeshiva's oldest living alum;
nus.
A highlight of the commence-
ment exercises was to be the
awarding of degrees to 26 young
women, the pioneering graduating
MAX ETIA
class of the university's Stern Col-
lege for Women, the nation's only
liberal arts college for women un-
der Jewish auspices. The college
was established in 1954 by M a x
Stern, president of Hartz Mountain
Products and vice chairman of the
university's board of trustees.
League in New
Nod to Claussen
Dean R. Claussen, Miami Shon-
councilman, was reelected pre^
dent of the Dade County Leagu
of Municipalities at the League
annual meeting Friday evening :
the Miami Shores Country Club.
In his acceptance speech, Clau^
sen called for a program of "con
structive and creative action" dui
ing the coming! year, urged th'
cities to take their "rightful placi
alongside Metro in the governmen:
of this community," and a s k e i
each of some 130 "representatives
of member cities to go back t<
their municipalities and work hard
fur "greater economy aiid-ejreatei
efficiency."
The League president also pled-
ged to continue the fight for an
amendment to the Metro charter
defining the functions of city and
county government.
Also elected by the group wen-
Miami Beach councilman Harold
Speet, vice president; Opa-locka
manager Walter Brown, secretary
and Surfside manager Fred Bow
en, treasurer.
'fride and Prejudice' Will
Shown at Library
"Pride and Prejudice" will be
: second film to be shown in the
series of "Film Favorites"
Miami Public library. There
1 and 8 p.m. showings Thurs-
, June 26. Starring are Green
and Sir Laurence Olivier.
Admissions to the ihowtagfc are
free tickets available, f o r a s
ng as they last, at 6 p.m. Mon-
jr, June 23. Anyone over 14 yean
age may obtain tickets.
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Teen-Age Raiders Put on Probation;
Judge Expresses Mt. Kisco's 'Outrage'
MOUNT KISCO, N.Y.(JTA)Nine teen-agers from wealthy West-
chester families, who pleaded guilty to charges they raided the Yeshiva
Farm Settlement shouting "Where are the dirty Jews?" were placed on
probation this week and each ordered to write a 1,000 word essay on
the guarantees of freedom in the Constitution.
In sentencing the defendants.
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States."
Asserting that there was "no
need for revenge and harshness"
in punishing Hie youngsters, the
magistrate said "justice will not
fce served by me attitude." He
noted met the settlement of Orth-
odox farm trainees sought last
week to have the charges drop-
ped.
Robert Kurt and Robert Brug-
ger, both 19, were placed on proba-
tion for six to 30 months. The
courtroom was then cleared be-
cause the seven other defendants
were under 19, requiring a private
trial under the Youthful Offender
Act. They all received the same
sentence. A tenth youth, under 16,
was under the jurisdiction of juven-
ile authorities.
Speaking for all the defendants,
Robert Brugger said, "We learned
our lesson. I'll tell you that."
Officials of the farm school said
the premises have been raided 25
times in the last two years by
youth gangs. _______^^^
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Vcluroe 32 Number 25
Friday. June 20. 1958
2 Tamux 5718
A Sudden Turnabout
The National Executive Council of the Zion-
ist Organisation of America moved last year
to hold the 1958 ZOA national convention in
Miami Beach. Dr. Sidney Marks, executive
elector of the ZOA, concluded contractual ar-
icngements far the convention with a Miami
Beach hotel last February.
Ii the National Executive Council changes
the site of the convention, as Southeast region
officials of the ZOA presently fear, it will be
lescinding a decision reached by ballot at last
year s Zionist conventicn.
There can be little excuse for such an on-
democratic move.
The only conclusion to be drawn is the one
now voiced .by Southeast region spokesmen:
that the top teodership of the Zionist Organisa-
tion at America is hardly concerned either with
the interests or the desires of the ZOA mem-
bership at large.
New York City is the site of the Zionist
CTgcnisation's national offices, and all Nanon-
c. Executive Council meetings are held in
New York. But we agree that the decision year
cr.es year to hold national ZOA conventions in
or near New York offers no consideration to
the pnde or the accomplishmenls cf the many
Zionist regions throughout the nation.
This unbalanced situation gains added
significance in light of the startling fact that less
than 25 percent of the membership of the Zion-
ist Organisation of America come* from Great-
er New York, despite the fact that approximate-
ly 50 percent of American Jewry lives there.
Miami Beach would, of course, be sorry to
lose the convention. But more is at slake than
Mi in the National Executive Council's sudden
ruincboui.
IT WOULD BE idiotic to feel'smug about the
theater, but the record in the matter of its atn
minorities certainly ess be a source of considerab!.< pridetaa-
sional drams critic. It isn't Just the complete absence
fashioned stereotypes, either; the passing of the begorrah
the- yassah-boss Negro, the gesticulating Jew and the baleM
It lies in the mere intelligent general attitude in untinr, a*j
As in so aaany other things. Eugene O'NeiJl m: > well be
as the pioneer in this field, too. When, in the twenties, be
God's Ctullun Got Wings." his tragedy about the
mam.
Pbs
"W'M rdte Oar vsawss
Whtrt nan's Mo iies"
the end it would certainly furnish no basis far
ultimate Federal prosecution.**
We find more than bitterly amusing sud-
den government agency cancel n far prcescnon
of the hallowed rights of stale and local gov-
ernment. That this yen for protection becomes
significant in the Miami. Jacksonville and
Nashville bombings is symptomatic of general
Federal unwillingness to deal with srsnething
it considers too hot to handle especially
afe

s Hats His Fortune
There s many a pclrtioan whose office has
been m has hat. but there is hardly a one who
COB .-l.voT. tic; o io: tsmm*1 or r^o*e Hi poi:-c.il
destiny.
Bock in 1956. a hat tossed into the giant
crenc of Use nafsonal Dssnoaatsc Party convesk-
}let Farley's retina.
Bat we doubt it mil have any long-term
efssct on Farley's recent derision to ran far
B there s usirma who can kry dais* to the
not an a shapes of his fortes* it's Dublin's
ubaosstoun fsonsst nnscoe. who sn a chaw was
elected Lord Mayor of the Qry an the Lifhry
tor the 195s>57 ssrss. when has name was puBed
cat of a not, and rltwrttor' fox the 1957-SB lean
craw to tares Dnbhn s current Lord
thing oboul toft Walsh
Srsnnhoe. it rwsiinHi
us of baseball's definition of a 'unary man** as
a pkzyer who can hit a fong ball to center, race
to the outnnsd to catch his own sac tines, and
:e-^r= bc=e 10 x*g the 'iurd base :unaei
he scorns.
In essect what Walsh said was that the
on sens id lunsnes to act because it doesn't
to insisti the lnartion of local law en-
Negro mas and a white woman, a scene is which the wile rj
husband's hand a then politically spotless Paul Ki.besoo
husband, by the way provoked shocked outcries Iron m*n7
voices, but the play went on.- It was not one of o'Neifl'jJi
tinguished pUys. but the dignity sod power with which be tr
theme made a mark on its time. It wasnt easy to convict 0
mere sensationalism.
It still is tragically difficult for a talented Negro artor to
career worthy of his skill in the serious drama, but it u oat
of prejudice against him. It is because, while the roles
Negroes in the plays of today are no longer caricatures,
usually small and are rarely en an important But
advances even here.
-:- -:- :* -: :-
rare bkm m rat wtsrrf nurm
PARADOXICALLY. ONI OF thest was a recent play in
Negro character was at least nominally the riUaia. |1
Thatcher's "The Egghead." as unsuccessful and rather
drama about a fatuous liberal, and the Negro was a bars' i
lessiit. whom the her tried to defend. The pan was
but he was also a human being, with dignity, intelligence aad n
born pride. And I think the fact that the author treated
human being though an unlikeabie see. rather than as a
a seatimentalizalion. ihustil progress is the stage s attitatel
minorities.
Nevertheless, the finding of proper roles for Negro actoni
as solved one. And some of the efforts te solve it saw I
takes. Shortly after the war. the late Canada Lee was
part of a white man in a revival of Webster's 'The
aad the idea was hit upon of having him play it in what iu <
as "white face.** It resulted in a fioUiast makeup and vui
gnxeseue.
Last senses. "The Duchess of Matfi" was agair revived, ad I
time another fame Negro actor. Eerie flyman. pla>r4 aaottoal
white rolei There was so attempt at any leoiish <.r.a(Us*san
and it worked set admirably. Mr Hymaa. be the way oomitraV
ing example of the problems faced by a Negro m an e
theater. He attracted justifiable am at tea by hu uthensflfl
Pnnce of Morocco in The Merchant of Venice.'' wtuck
roses for a player ef has teiKasce: far the Phoecu Thass.
peared not only is the Wsbster tragedy, bet also in CoctearV
Internal Macsiae" and as Dwsoas is "St: Jean." which sbowefi
ict
Ducfcmdl
The Future of Gen. Day an
Brio. Gem. Moshe Doyan is
today.
He qawe up his post
A Matter of Some Wortiwj *z^z
US. Arc Gen. Wamosn P.
FBTs foahsre to take a
-pOCTUNATELY TMI OftJECTIOM was soon forgotten becaasi
'ae apparent that see of the great virtues of a
was that ats banner was at ear own expect Tat i
its jest was that a group ef sill miasesg Americans,
teach democracy to ignorant Asians, found tkemathe* learanf I
thing about it from their wise pupils.
One ef the narctaati ef this teases is the two-charade I
called Two far the Seesaw." which deals with the brief i
twees a yeeng lawyer from the Middle West aad a Jewsa i
the Bronx hi the end. the lawyer returns te hu unseea vi
te come apon these who thought this eadngenl
that would be snuilneg te accept a perausnt^
bttonn two characters ef such differing reaupoas baeagrea* I
am sere that a at hang could be farther from the fact
The paant ef the iamity was hew two aeaase of
grim as could fstt is hwe brstfly and tears so
eren as a Hasp wary aaaooattes, that they grew in luatertji
issorwi of uaneiSUndmg aeahVrr aasuid ever rorgrt Ri*<
possible te ewerreJ wnb thss eeseksnen and feei uut the jet
revealed hiamsetf as as aatet by tesvssg behead wdeiightnsal
I daat sec hew it can fairly be objected te en the basis oi **}>
bigstij or atiisspl to asseese the has office. la (act. tari
naked box office ahtsster to as otberwue certaai hit k ks i
honesty m*mt the kereme a. ..sdulnlj appeabaf <[
haTsng has hero leave her. I ensbt at any playgoer however aw
the cwaehasam ss hwrWrol, wil leak
n asakafffl
jj*^"^ VMNiNITVA
-Pergy aad Bess" ot**M
a the Son* Wa*P
dealt witkX
mM give as
^ proeagasfc
k, a aisury,*
totaereahnes la the earty yean of the eeetsn hrt'[Sr
ahsm seemed m the grave with PareefL and the Cetoc *T"i
- te revtve n. there were vmwnt "T*^,'
May hoy of the Westers WerfaT iitjl 1 the Uauiur dag*
and mhainaud he siiatiaaialihmd aetsehty
Thss n. tra. Inter, wnes the spasms ef ****},,
and us aftermath hi crnl war were sul rsas
hsrdry Jeujf nut those pamiina have
vermal Synge and OtTssey titmsssiii ar
eseled off
rea

Lay, June 20. 1958
+Jewish FkrMicin
IETTER TO THE EDITOR -
5-A
lichael Saul Comay, deputy
Rector-general, Israel Minis-
of Foreign Affairs, arrived
'New York this week for a
of United States and
inada in behalf of Israel
nd drive. Formerly Israel's
nbassador to Canada, Co-
sy is one of his country's
^standing statesmen and
plomats.
|ck Out Artukovic,
igoslavs Appeal
BL AVIV (JTA> Representa-
; of an association of Yugoslav
|s who settled in this country
I on the United States Govern-
kt to cease giving asylum to
fija Artukovic, alleged war
pinal, and to hand him over to
(Yugoslav Government for trial,
a memorandum handed U.S.
bassador Edward B. Lawson,
[Yugoslav Jews called Artuko
I who now lives in the Los An
area, "one of the principal
derers of Yugoslav Jewry in
laecond World War."
hearing was held early
week in Federal Court in
AngtUs on Yugoslavia's re-
nt lor the extradition of the
er Minister for Interior of
ni puppet Croatian State.
he memorandum accused Artu-
of responsibility in the mur
>f 30.000 Jews in Croatia.
Iting out that execution orders
fied h.s signature.
currents discovered at the end
war. the memorandum said.
Ited a picture of Artukovic
fig direct orders for "the tor-
1 of prisoners and the murder"
Art Above National Borders, Reader Declares
ian:
EDITOR, The Jewish Florid
Leo MindlirTs carping on the
ticker tape parade accorded the
Texas pianist; Van Cliburn. is as
silly as the parade itself. And the
quasi-cloak and dagger implica-
tion, with its hidden-under-tne-bed
secretive, nationalistic strategem
is a travesty on simple logical
musical criticism.
I do nof' presume to'jurlSe Mr.
Cliburn's piano playing. I have
not heard him play; I do not intend
to hear him when he plays in Dal-
las next fall, if he will perform his
prize-winning selectionsthe con-
certi by Tschaikowsky and,or
Rachmaninoff.
Mr. Mindlin, however, is play-
ing off the beat when he creates
an. unlikely political maneuver
out of a simple success story,
such as Van Cliburn's triumph;
when he equates pianoforte virtu-
osity with national boundaries
and political dogma; and when
he fails to respond to the wel-
come relief of Van Cliburn in a
confetti shower, instead of the
wearisome English Channel
swimmer.
In playing the piano, or any
other musical instrument, one does
not reveal specific, tangible na-
tional, religious or racial character-
istics. The great Russian pianists
of the pastRubinstein, Rachman-
inoff, Scriabin, Josef Lhevinne,
Simon Barereand the contempor-
ariesHorowitz, Brailowskv,
-are as varied in their styles and
idioms of expression as Wanda
Landowska and Fats Waller.
Eugene Istomin might tower
above the Texan as a pianist. But
van Cliburn triumphed over the
ones against whom he competed;
it was not alleged that he is, as the
result of Russia's decision, superior
to every pianist in practice. It is
very likely that Mayor Wagner and
'resident Eisenhower never heard
of Bela Bartok and Charles Ives.
Mayor Wagner might even run in
a panic from the Nibelungen Ring,
but what has that got to do with the
confined success of an American
raritya boy who elected to prac-
tice the piano instead of pitching
a no-hit game?
The fame of Ives and Bartok
might linger years longer than
Vn Cliburn's; but I think the
Russians were fairly accurate in
designating the Texan as a bet-
ter pianist than either of the two
great composers.
The truth is that Americans and
the entire world face a restive pres-
ent and an uncertain future. We
can utilize our time more effectual-
ly than wasting it on Broadway
parades, whether the toast is to a
concert pianist, a Brooklyn Bridge
jumper or Abba Eban. So far as
Van Cliburn is concerned, I feel
certain that he would have prefer-
red to be at home with his Stein-
way. That the parade paid tribute
to a pianist is incredible in a land
where Bartok died in poverty.
But the incredible does not im-
ply the illogical. Missile-making
is a talent which yields to the de-
lineations of the cartographer; it
is a national symbol and the pre-
cipitant of cleavage, as are all na-
tionalistic panaceas and their ac-
companying "hardware." "Mag-
nanimity" and music-loving are
universals, unless one has been ex-
posed too long to the spell of Alfred
Hitchcock.
GEORGE BAGRASH,
Dallas, Tex.
I
30 Years Ago this Week
DEPARTURE: Saadia Maze, sot*
of the late Chief Rabbi of Moscow,
left for Palestine this week, ac-
companied by his wife, after being]
released from a Moscow jail. He
was arrested for Zionist activities.
Dag on Survey
Of Hot Spots
Continued from Page 1 A
it might deem fit in view of our
special responsibility for the refu-
gees."
The Secretary General said he
did not contemplate at present
moving the headquarters of the
UN Relief and Works Agency for
Palestine Arab Refugees, which
is located in Beirut.
The members of the UN Truce
Supervision Organization who have
been detached from UNTSO to
work with the UN observation
group in Lebanon will be returned
to UNTSO headquarters, the UN
chief said. As of Monday there
were 17 UNTSO officers tempor-
arily attached to the observation
group in Lebanon.
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Religious School Attendance Shows Increase
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Miami for the
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the
This is iacreaae over the per-
ei tut rear, aadafatlnc that
a> iecal Jewish
has aacre than kept up with the ua-
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Jun 20, 1958
G Says US Jewry
)ined Without Israel
lUSALEM-OTA)-World Jewry, particularly American Jewry
[be able to survive without an intimate link with Israel. Premier
fcen-Gurion asserted this week. He voiced this warning at a
ky where he was awarded the Hadassahs tenth annual Henrietta
Lmanitarian Award.
thousand persons, inciud-
hel President Itzhak Ben-
I 400 members of the Amer-
bmen's Zionist organization.
while United States Am-
[j^lwjrd B. Lawson and
Bula Lasker, chairman of
ih's award committee, pre-
Ithe award to. Ben-Gurion.
kmier will donate the $1,000
^companies the award to
lofet. a publishing house
(translates world classics
brew.
rcier Ben-Gurion insisted
hgion was no longer, and
been for decades,
and consolidating
all
nation Board
king Thursday
lofficial meeting of the 1959
\t governors of the Greater
Jewish Federation will be
ursday, June 26, 8:15 p.m.,
Hlgiers hotel.
lent Aaron M. Kanner has
ed that top items on the
[will be election of the ex-
committee and reports
(chairmen of Federation's
committee.
Stanley C. Myers will re-
the community planning
tee, and A. J. Harris will
budget committee delib-
is. Harold Thwrman I s
ed to describe the work
[important mutiple appeals
doctrination evening will
ude a discussion ol pro-
by-laws and the struc-
1 Federation.
iof governors Includes
representatives from lo-
cations and u the policy -
I unit of the Greater Miami
[Federation.
Officers and trustees will be
welcomed by recently re-
president Kanner.
Jews. Synagogue and temple al-
legiance in the United States, he
continued, is chiefly formal.
Only a small proportion of the
people who attend synagogue are
familiar with the 613 Command-
ments of the Jewish faith, he
said. Assimilation has developed
to the extent that 90 percent of
America's younger Jewish gen-
eration does not know anything
about Judaism, Ben-Gurion main-
tained.
"Never was such a great Jewish
community in such danger of gen-
tle extinction as American Jewry
today," he said. "If this great his-
toric miracle had not taken place
in our time and the State of Israel
had not risen, the great majority of
the Jews of the United States
would have been left without any
bond to Judaism."
The link between Israel and the
Jews of America and other lands,
the Premier said, is not confined
to immigration but includes an at-
tachment to the sources of Juda-
ism, a knowledge of the Hebrew
language and literature and an
overall knowledge of the Bible in
the original. "It also means," he
said, "local support to Israel in
its political struggle and its work
for development and absorption."
Ben-Gurion described the Zion-
ist movement in America as con-
fined to the older generation, end
charged that "it Is a movement
that does not know what to say
to the younger generation."
Reiterating bis oft expressed be-
lief in the historic mission of Is-
rael, he said that if the country
can live in peace and freedom, it
^"^"""Kht unto the nations.
in his address Ambassador Law-
son compared Ben-Gurion to Wash-
'ngton. Jefferson and Lincoln
Pointing out that like them the
7-A
Israeli leader had "met destiny
head on and unafraid. He dream-
ed the patriot's dream, which sees
beyond the years. He has striven
mightily for the Israel of this day
and this hour. He belongs to Isra.
he belongs to America, he belon^
to the world wherever men of good
faith labor for the common good
of all."
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Temple Group
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Miami Beach attorney Albert L.
Rosen, representing Temple Beth
Sholom, was elected president of
the Southeast Florida Federation
of Temple Brotherhoods at its an-
nual meeting at Temple Israel last
week.
Other officers elected were vice
president, Morton A. Grant, Tem-
ple Israel; recording secretary,
Herbert L. Blume, South Dade
Jewish Center; corresponding sec-
retary, Julius Greenhouse, Temple
Sinai; treasurer, Martin J. Yoha-
lem. Temple Emanu-El, Ft. Laud-
erdale.
Officers will be installed at a
leader's workshop meeting to be
held in October.
The Southeast Florida Federa-
tion is an affiliate of the National
Federation of Temple Brother-
hoods and represents Reform and
Liberal temples from West Palm
Beach south.
Rabbi Herbert Baumgard, of
the South Dade Jewish Center, is
the executive director of the fed-
eration.
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Facing "Pat" (at extreme left) are Three Gal-
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Fiiday. June 20, 1958
+Jl mhrilitn
ry, June 20, 1958
Javits Tells Off Segregation Leader
By ADL BULLETIN
NEW YORK Recently, in on
exchange of let ten, two men ex
pressed their concern over I he
future of Jews in the United
States. The sympathy and l< I
logs of one man, Sen Jacob J;iv-
Ha, of New York, are not surpris-
ing; he hai long had an intensive
and active Interest In the aubject.
But the other man it a MVtomw
to the field and an sstonishm
one at that. Robert Patterson is i
foremost spokesman for the
regationist cauae and secretary of
the CtttaaBea' Council* of Amem I
"Dear Sen. Javits:
"1 aee that you and Sen Ncu
ber^er are sponsors of Um newly
introduced Civil RighU hill Y.-'ir
constant, blatant, advocacy of
forced integration is a tragic ba
trayal of Jewish Americana
throiigtiout the nation .
"Twenty years ago there was
Jess anti Scmitism in Mir I
toon in any section Of our i nun
try Due to the ranting and rav
tag of men such as you. ami of
SIM. 1AC0B JAWS
the political Ji arian roupi such
I ADL and fUC, lib) is no
lOBftf Hi-' N
"Many Southerners new say,
'If the Jewish organisations, Hio
Jewish propaganda madia and
the Jewish individual leadership
Judge Pearson
Has Hot in Ring
To Succeed Self
Judge Tillman Pearson, of the
Third District Court of Appeal of
the State of Florida, announce!
this week his intention to qualify
aa a candidate to succeed himself
as a judge of that court
The third appellate district eg
compasses Dade and Monroe coun-
ties.
Judge Pearson was appointed to ,
the new District Court of Appeal
by Gov. LeRoy Collins effective
last July 1.
In 1*54, Judge Pearson, after
II years of general practice of
law. was elected to a judgethip
in the Civil Court of Record. H
served In the trial court until his
elevation to the appellate bench.
Judge Pearson ba i Dade
county for 40 years, was educated
in Its I-ounty schools ami N
reived Ins Juris Doctor degree m
law at the ( nivrri'i if I'lorula in
!:. lie served in the IS Navy
from l'Xl to IMS and presently
holds the rank of lieutenant senior
grade in the Naval Reserve. He
served as chairman of the special
Bar Assn. committee which i
omnended the first meeting* of
|i:esent Create* Miami Crime
Commission, and served as first
vice I of the Dade Count>
Bar Assn. in 1S1. He is a mem-
Ixr of Christ Methodist Church.
Miami Lions Class, Coconut Grove
Masonic Lodge, American Legion
and the National Conference of
Christians and Jews.
It" i m of I)r and Mrs
ii i it NE r.'nh si Ml
ami I i .1 as l'.nli-
County director <>t Public Instroc
lO 'll'' Inltni !
Mary McCorquodalv. They have
wore removed from the drive to
forco Integration, there would bo
no drive.' Anti Semitic literature
Is now being distributed by tho
ton throughout tho South as well
a* throughout tho nation.
"The Nagro i whole,
rather Hi hi apfM
Jewish orgaBkatloa attempting
io force Inte ration, no* blame
the Jewish organisations foi lha
coiiliision am)
brought aboul l>y the mtci ration
lillM
i realign llial
speak lor (he axel.i 0 J"
American than Bishop Bromley
Oxnam speaks for me, ;i Metho-
hi '. but UM ma.se s do not
realize this and you are la.uni:
i i.i.n.l work lor a wa\e of
anti-Semitism, You and the Jew-
i. ii 01 mi make it appear
that the Jewish cause is the i
oi intagratkm,
i > t favor you could
do this nation, the Nc ro ra< a
and jewisii peopla everywhere,
would Im> io tide with Bean. Bast-
land. Talmadge and other S
i mils agalnsl forced Integration.
My (aWMghtl here are Hi.......f
Ifcotnahfla of .iiw'i.h people
the country. I hope 11 .'
you will reflect a moment, II not
for the sake ol jour MttOB Uses*.
lor the J. M'l-
Robert B. Patterson, Secretary.
Citiier.s' Councils of America
OVeonwood, Miss."
11, i Mr Pa
"l am writing lo you because l
do bat srant lo haw any miscon-
ceptions sboul your letter .
Whethei you realise it 01 not
ami i pic t. r i" i>' Il< v thai II la
unwitttn. your letter not only
forecast > spread of prejudice,
bul a principle- which
lo an Incitement and ad-
v m j, \ of prejudice, I cannot
i, id your lc tier Bl RlOfel) Inenil-
ly acivK a ahovl a developmenl
', piore it is .i thrc ai thai
cine conaeouencea will loiiow to
lonN Americana if Um \ continue
to i' Uow tin'ir com.< lance. How
c I i an one interpret the lac l
that your batter Ignores the other
i i m nra c.i UM bill who hap-
pen io la- Baptlata, Methodlata,
i'i. i ytei i.m oi CatbaUcat
"It is true and I salute tho
factthat tho South has boon out-
standing in respect to the rela-
tionships between its Jewish and
Christian citiiens. But It seems
to me that it is such spews as you
put forward that would prejudice
that relationship. Indeed such
views disparage tho Southern
tradition of chivalry and fair play
when you suggest that in tnls dif-
ficult segregation issue Southern-
ers contrary to their long and
honored tradition will single
out a tiny minority of other South-
erners of the Jewish faith as a
scapejoat.
"I want you to be clear about
my position. I had the honor to
JNF Urges Support Of Tree Program
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NEW YOKK-Thc Ji/wish Nation-
al Fund Wednesday urged sub-
scription to (he planting of at least
ten Israel as a personal
tribute to he i i years of in-
dependence and as a means of help
mg the young nation to rehabilitate
large areas of barren or sjrgtled
for agriculture and immigrant sot
iiVmcnt.
The call to plant "Ten Trees for
Ten Years of Israel" was Issued
bj the JNF board oil directors here-
in announcing the atari ol the
lam. Ho- ,ini- board pointed
out that tree planting ha* alve
I had ipoclal and deep significance
Cor in,- liin.l ol Isia.-I 1 i tli-
linnnl iim'iiiIm'i m Htnl-l. "arO an Ul
U'-.tt luT.'n.Uy | Ihl-H.-I ..,!,>
* *A_aSSBaBBS^asSaCaBBaaWSSkaSSSBBS
tore, have stripped the land of its
greenery. One of the primary
tasks in rebuilding Israel as a
modern, self- sufficient nation Is
that of restoring life to the bar-
ren soil and this Is the task with
which the Jewish National Fund
has been charged by the Israel
Government and the Jewish peo-
ple."
Albert Schiff. JNF treasurer and
prominent industrialist, has been
appointed chairman <>i the- special
committee 00 the Ten Trie [ Ten Years ol Israel program, lie
s.n.i that every person wo. planta
at lc i i U ii trees foe lha Ian years
ill I i .ol will haw Ins or h. IIHIII,'
un.l tin- amount ol the s,.l. .. .,,c ,,,n
i,o>-riu,-ii on m Scroll of Honor c-
lw elected -is Unite I Stale
ator from New York M]
obligation is lo pre an I and 'I"
lend the Conatitution *f the t Inl
ted stales an.I to serve the |
ul 111> nation anil pjlj slate lo Ihe
boat 'if m\ sbilll) M) con 11
entloui (udgmenl ai a s<
anil m> re ligioui e mn ic lion
human being bava nan i b< i
conflict and I do mil sjgpgot thai
'I in, will.
"As I iinderst.mil this romplex
issue-, Ihe atruggle is not lor a
particular Negro minority, bul
loi individual human dignity and
eepial opportunity loi all Aim r
I n ped the Incerttj of tho a
who do not agree with me. luit on
Hi aneral pi mi iple, surely it Is
ppenataaea thai a u ii of lha
three- groat religloui faiths In Una
cngjstrj have condemned
gallon as contrary to their I
"I do not believe it is trot, aa
you threaten, that American Jews
will experience in km
prejudice It (be) oppose le.rccd
segregation. II they do, then it
js my deep conviction thai lliev
will shoulder this burden ;- Use)
always have in the pool m pur-
suit of their religious conscience.
"But, it Is a gross injustice to
Americans of tho Christian faith
in the South to suggest, as you
imply, that they will seek to
make a scapegoat of other Amer-
icans of the Jewish faith if they
exercise their Constitutional
rights to speak out for what they
believe to be lustand speak out,
with sympathy and understand-
ing for the sincerity of a deeply
held opposing point of view.
"How con you fail lo see that
Intransigent opposition In certain
parts of the Souih lo lha Supreme J
(curt mandate is a problem that
is affecting us in our struggle for
peace'' People everywhere, re-1
sponcling to the American ideal ol
freedom and equality, are re
ing to accept lower social or cit- j
i/enship status. Two thuds o! the
paopla in the tie-- world h
Mack oi yellow skins Our i oun
11\ is rii [aged in i'i
i. oi ii s blatoi) io preaen '
in,- in. waj oi Ufa wllh them.
Do >ou no! .. in..i those "ho "'
nee i<> low and moe
Illy are j.opur.lmnK America In
i, ,| Mruull" Cor aur-
New eiqht story, S7.000.000 Mt. Sinai Hoapilal
in rapidly taking shape on Collins bland.
Aerial view shows building in its tinal stages
ol construction aa workora pour eighth and
last floor. Funda for nw hospital, whi h will
be one oi moat modern in South, are being
raised by Mt. Sinai Hospital Devel,. ment
Fund under chairmanship oi Dan B. Raskin.
Harold W. C. hon, of 1015 W.
47th ct., Miami Boach. has
been appointed special
agent by Piudenlicil Inur-
anci Co. !! Will > omocI-
Sholem Designated
Outstanding'Lodge
Sholem Lodgs. of B'nai B'rith was
named antataoding lodge in the
distrul" at the District Lodge 5
Hiui B'rith convention in Koan-
oka, Va., last weekend.
Kohert J. Lewison. lodge presi
dint, and Sidney Palmer, presi-
dent elect, accepted the plaque
de -lunatinu Sholem Lodge as "out-
standing."
Receiving 25-year silver honor
certificates were Louis Heiman,
Jack Abbott, Abo Aronoviti, Sam-
uel Sc-hindler, Dr. Sam Arono-
viti, Nathan Adelman, William
Friedman, Ike Levin, Col. Dry
Stone, E. Albert Pallet, Mas
Lewison, A. David Rayvis, Pin-
cus Schoinberg, Herman Binder
and Palmer, who was also cited
by the district tor his "outstand-
ing work" in behalf of B'nai
B'li.h.
Annt honk Novst Froftcf
FRANKFURT furt City Council has voted a grant
of 20,000 marks toward the coat
of restoring Anne Frank House In
Amsterdam, where the Jewish teen-
ager spent the last months of ber
life in hiding from the Nsxis. In
his letter to the Anne Frank Foun-
dation, which is establishing the
memorial, Frankfurt Mayor K.
Bockelmann said that the city
where Anne Frank was born wants
to set a good aaample. The me-
morial in Amsterdam, which will
also house a youth center, la ex-
pected to coat the equivalent of
$55,000.
.ld wli V. H. Kln<7 O.clinarjr J
.,.. jOOJ P>W I-. -t..__jS} IZ
Named te> the district executive
board wore Sboleni shorn bens Jos-
.|.l. Il:.iu, un.l K. Albi-rl I'allol.
rmttrinu c>.si,,.-i a |*r-iti e,e>M ai **f~ ,....|.,.i,,,.-.* itm-
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New Minister
Rabbi's Grandson
PARIS (JTA)Michel Debre.
Minister of Justice in the new de
Gaulle cabinet, was reported here
to be a Jew who la very active in
Jewish communal activities. He
was said to be a grandson ol Dr.
M Sehwartx. chief rabbi erf Straaa-
boura.
M. Drhrc'm wlfm im mlxo active in
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Mark Role of Small College in Ui. =Si?il
WAITHAM. Mass-Abba Eban. v.l but conation. Unless there | "We ^Tl7u^m '
Israels Ambassador to the United general collapse Of the inter- building for the mke J "
States has called upon the United national order, our neighbors can-; meat, nor in major
States and other great powers to not seriously imagine that the sU-: the sake of
give the Middle East a cushion of bikty and performance of our na-
time in which to settle its differ-, tionhood can be destroyed,
ences rather than impose a "dip-. .. tf thew vm mch a mi ,
lomatic peace on the area. |vrsal caUclysm the/ would share !
Ambassador Eban. speaking be-, the pent with us. and lose the lib-I
fore 5J0 at Brandeis Umversrty'sjerty which they have so dearly!
seventh commencement exercises and lavishly won."
last week, cautioned against any __
A Florid* student was amen.
as been to u*e our rJZL
as to build the 5mail
which has an increase .
play in American lovjj,
Awarded Brandeis UnieersSry decrees were Rer. Richard A.
Mitchell left', of Brcokline. Mass.. Protestant chaplain at Bran-
deis and recipient of a Master of Arts in Near Eastern and
Judaic. Studies, who will scroll at Hebrew University under
provisions of* study grant from State ci Israel; Mrs. Katherine
Sonnebom Folk. Pittsburgh. Pa., grandmother of four. Master
of Arts in Near Eastern and Judaic Studies; and Edward Sny-
der. Monsoa Mass.. graduate of Perkins School for Blind, who
earned his Bachelor s degree cum laude in politics. Member
of wrestling teem and drama club, he will attend Hanrard law
school.
"Th* tnre* recipieau of 1
Doctor of Humane Letters
ere Israel Goldsteh.
Congregation B n ai j
New York City; Nwrnai.
eeretary of the BramU. i
Bflllll lOmweWCSWIStlf. raUM jtv hnarH r.1 .... *'
Gardan. af ISM Sn.rw-er dr, PiSSLVZZ?; *
Miami Beach, graduated cun
- ton
graduated with honors a t the
Brew as is csiwmencanvsnt. Paula
action that would evolve "a final
settlement" from direct diplomat-
ic action.
"A pattern of affirmative re-
lations may evolve sradvally
, out ef tha Uw.tr compulsion sf
I Israel's manifest and immovable
. nreaance. It will net be poadu- Two hundred and six
cod by a ckm formula or by a ** *?*"* ?**?* ***
p, ml.tr of madiahon, hnwnver degrees Master of Arts and Mas-
aonnrously inspired.- he eaoaert- ter o Fine Arts d egjree s were
^ awarded to 28. and six received
Doctor of Philosophy degrees dur-
Ciung the position of the State j ing the ceremonies in Adolph Ull-
of Israel at the end of its first, man Amphitheatre.
decade. Ambassador Eban contin-
ued: "The issue now is not sum-
Anti-Semitism Rocks Red 'Paradise'
VIENNA tJTA) Anti-Sem-
itism has penetrated and is bein^
tolerated is practically every
phase of life in Poland, inehsdnag,
the Communist Party, t h e gov-
ernment, the educational system,
courts and police, according to
aa official report made to the
i tntrai Committee of the United
Workers tCommunisti Party of
P laod The report was written
b> Alexander Slav, secretary of
the Central Committees Cemmts-
anm on National Minorities.
The Polish masses." accord-
ins to Mr. Slav, are on the whole
free of narrow nationalism He
at-.-ibutes much blame for seek
ir.aniiestaUoos to
or tits such as t a e U
Vi hue B
Creeks and Slovaks living m Po-
BTawj
ttsm slsias front Nhso wft* are
onamiai ef the tiini|'i system."
But he accused Cam muni its and
wawthors of animnml alike nf
frseuantry i i fusing ws drscvas the
nf anti-Sam mam. Even
uniet Party's official
deify i, '-Tribune Lyv
da,- has nan
While the Commanut official
dies precise figures as to the
among other national
i he doss not disclose j
the figure about the number of
Jews left in Poland. "The
for the decrease la Jewish
he detains, "are very
a* many ef
from the
However, he e
that asu-Semrttsm is present at
that time.
He blames -administrative or-
gans" aad aasnfftuent applies
of the laws for anti-Semi-
He ales reports spread by
"various aab-Semites and reac-
whn contend that Jews
executive positions
in the country la reply to such
legends. Mr Slav praiinti fig-
ures claiming that S2 percent of
the Polish Jews are ft1 in
light or heavy industry; about 20
percent are m government-own-
ed commercial enterprises or in
civil work, while 12 percent are
Eleven distinguished educators.
including the presidents of seven
small colleges, received honorary
degrees at the enmmoaromtnt.
which paid tribute to the role ef
the small college in the great so-
ciety.
ef N
York, chairman nf via
that the university's b>
Sg.4t374, the lar-
tetal in the unliar-
sity's history.
Dr. Ahram L. Saehar. president
of Brandeis. referred to the com-
A. Wolfsoa. Nathan UttaJi
fessor emeritus of Hei
*** "> Phuosopky at
University.
Honorary Doctor of Lij
ftees were conferred
Harvie Branscomb. ck
Vanderbih University;
Buns, president of
University; AlnB d.
PWsident of the College"
urn and Mary J. R fcj
special assistant to the
of the United States oa St_
Technology and preiifei
leave) of Massachuxss
of Technology Otto P.
of Go ucker i
W. Nason. faraw
ef Bwarthmore College;
T. Price, president of 1
College.
HwBfj f*f Offer
Maarey L Athauoa.
of the Florida Stats Covad,]
uoaal Nepkrosis fidiim, i
nounced Wednesday that the I
daboa office at a W. FUpri
will be open all nuns*
Union Local Picks Committee
Thg Hebrew Butcher Workmen
- nUnj Trades Local M43. ap
pelted a commattee on pohucal ed
ncatien st as Jane general meaa-
bersmp meeting, head at the nmon
efiice. ill* V. Flagier *.
Coaaamirtee haeniu Dese Sachs
mwhcalrd that the immcmiu pnr-
p.> ef the imail i wal he "to
see 'hat every member of the on-
ion a registered In vote "
Actnal fanetisning of the com
trill be to
as it
the national or state committee
Servmg oa the local
iachs are Clare
Gmber and Abe Upton,
Mil
ken-
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9,Je*ist>nor/aUan

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BY HENRY LEONARD
'Sorry, Ma'm. Ah don't hanker for no kreplach
| tonight."
Biggest Airlift Takinq 400 Leaders ICaH ,0 ****** **
MIT IN__fTT41__M-irl-a Nsuin
To Jerusalem for UJA Conference
NEW YORK-The biggest airlift
of any American Jewish organiza-
tion to Israel was underway last
week, when 400 leaders of com-
munity campaigns affiliated with
the nationwide United Jewish Ap-
peal left the U.S. to attend the UJA
anniversary conference to be held
in Jerusalem June 24, 25 and 26.
A relay of planes carried out the
airlift from New York Internation-
al Airport, with the majority of the
UJA group leaving via El Al Israel
Airlines.
The airlift group will be
among the more than 700 Amer-
ican visitors key UJA leaders,
campaigners, contributors end
Announces His Candidacy
Ervin. brother of Richard W. ment. But right now, we're just
getting started. I think that Met-
ro has to solve three immediate
counrywide problems.
Attorney General for the
f Florida, has announced his
cy for the County Com-
_pf Dade County from the
istrict.
is running as an all-out
Ker of the Metropolitan
\x. In explaining his position,
: way I see it. we fought for
[_ now let's fight to make
My job, if elected, and the
[all the niher commissioners,
to act as a local legisla-
dy to take care of local
ns. All members of the Com-
\U be responsible to the
lot the county, familiar with
problems, and empowered to
[ their be-half.
the next few yters, Metro
|n*ve to face up to all the
of local self-govern-
Art Expert leaves Posf
As Jewish Museum Curator
C1NCINNATI-Dr. Franz Lands-
berger, art historian and authority
on Jewish art, will retire this year
as curator of the Jewish Museum
on the Cincinnati campus of He-
brew Union College-Jewish Insti-
tute of Religion, America's semin-
ary of Reform Judaism.
their families and guests who
will attend three-day UJA ses-
sions in Jerusalem's Convention
Center and in the Wise Auditor-
ium and the Bronfman Amphi-
theatre of Hebrew University.
Leading the conferees are Ed-
ward M. M. Warburg, of New York,
UJA honorary, chairman^ 8MMM1
H. Daroff, of Philadelphia, UJA na-
tional cash chairman; Melvin W.
Dubinsky, of St. Louis, and Adolph
Kiesler, of Denver, both UJA na-
tional cabinet members; and Rab-
bi Herbert A. Friedman, of New-
York, UJA executive vice chair-
man.
Warburg, who also is chairman
of the Joint Distribution Commit-
tee, member agency of the UJA
which provides welfare aid for
Jews in need in 24 countries over-
seas, as well as medical and re-
habilitation programs for handi-
capped immigrants in Israel, will
stop over in Geneva, Switzerland,
to preside at a conference of JDC
officials.
The forthcoming UJA anniver-
sary conference in Jerusalem will
be the first UJA national assem-
Dr. Landsberger, one-time pro-|Diage ever held overseas. It has
**
"First, roads. Metro now has the
power, and I think it hass the duty,
to take care of the problems of
traffic congestion. To do this, we
must set up a countywide pro-
gram on an overall basis.
"Second, public transportation.
Metro has the responsibility of
creating a public transportation
system which will make every sec-
tion of the county accessible. Each
person living in the county should
be able to get to his place of work,
the beaches, recreation areas, and
the homes of friends quickly and
without undue irritation. _.
"Third, public services. Metro
must provide for adequate public
services such as fire and police
protection, sewage, drainage, wat-
er and garbage disposal, and the
like, in the unincorporated areas
in the couney."
Ervin is presently an executive
with Desser and Garfield, devel-
opers of Carol City. Ervin, his
wife, Patricia Dillard Ervin, a na-
tive Miamian, and their three chil-
dren live at 2733 NAV 5th st.
fessor of history of art at Breslau
University and former director of
Berlin's Jewish Museum, has been
associated With the college here
as research professor and lecturer
in Jewish art since 1939. and as
curator of the Museum since 1948.
a double significance since it
comes as Israel's people are cele-
brating their 10th year of freedom,
and will mark the UJA's 20th year
of work on behalf of Jews in need
MILAN(JTA)Marta Navarra,
president of the Italian section of
WIZO, has requested the coopera-
tion of the Union of Italian Jewish
communities to insure that all Jew-
ish communities in this country en-
franchise adult women for com-
munal elections. At present, the
WIZO president pointed out, some
communities bar women from elec-
tions on the requirement that only
heads of families may participate
in the balloting.
Hebrew Students
To Get Awards
Hebrew students will be given,
awards during Friday evening
services of South Dade Jewish Cen-
ter.
Top honor awards will be given
to Lizabeth Diamond, Richard
Roth. Susan Bernstein, and Sharon,
Flashman.
Scholarships will be eiven to Rich-
ard Segal, Stephen Wiener, Jerry
Fisher, Diane Flashman, Paul
Freeman, Roger Angel, Robert
Feldman, Bruce Warshaw, David.
Leopold, RacheUe Perch, George
Termotto, Judith Spiegel, Clifford
Selsky, Larry Mans, Charles Saltz-
man, Dore Goodman, Melvin Ber-
kowitz, Miles Zitmore, Jerry Perch
and Roberta Delson.
Certificates of recognition for
diligence will be presented to Mark,
throughout the world and of immi- Rapport, Ellen Green. Paul Berk-
grants to IsraeL >*4-H owi,z and Larr>' Helson'
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30 Yeori Ago this Week
RESPONSIBILITY: Pravda. the
official organ of the Soviet Comm-
unist Party, asserted this week
that anti-Semitism was being
spread in Russia through prop-
aganda disseminated by the "sec-
ret branches of Russian monarch-
ists abroad." The party newspaper
urged the eradication of anti-Sem-
itism as the worst enemy of the
(Soviets and of the working class.
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Temple Emonu-Q nursery school concludes its Akma Reinherx. Judith Ribner. Sherri Gertler.
program for semester with special rjresenta- Judy Abelow and Dawn Maigoues- Seatsd is
tion in which three-to-fcve-year-olds parbci- Jerry Horwitx.
pate. Left to right istandinq are Susan Epstein._____________^^ ^_
Summer Sees No Lag in Programs
Of Education Bureau as Plans Advance
Summer, normally the ume for
Yacation and relaxation for mary
folks. 15 one of the most important
months of the year at the Bureau
of Jewish Education.
series of maatinajs with
taorval ssssaHM "
wtwn mdthada. idaai and new-
mtrT*l r discussed and
thrashed Wit.
lalired course for reform onen'a-
tsoa at the College of Jewish Stud-
ies, sad establishment of an entire
ly sew croup of courses for pre-
school educatioa of nursery and
kindergarten ace youngsters
Decisions to vary or revise cur-
CUDTH ISRAEL. 7*31 Carlyte an
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eervative. Rabbi Vuko< Reeenoerg
Canter Wi'.iam W. L'Paor.
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BETH EL. S30 SW 17th ave. OrllM
BETH EMETH. 1SX90 NW 2nd iv
Cenee'vative Rabbi Dave" W. Har.
aen. Canter Myman Fain.
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SRAEL 4000 Fralrta ava
Rabbi M. Lauit Rottman.
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Canter Maarlca MlmOm
Friday p o> Katordar S:M a.m. Her-
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BETH RAPHAEL. IBS NW Srd ava.
OrtHedea. RaaaM Aria lacktr
ellday *.i> p.m. Salaroay l.ia am
SaraauB "The Hlgtiway of Life
BETH T'lLAH.
oa Rabbi J
Euci.a ava Ortne-
C. Rackeveky.
OAOE HE.OMTS JEWISH CENTER.
H'ao NW taa ava. Canaarvaatva
Rabbi Nathan H. Zwitman.
Frld.. m faTa ta be pre-
erated ta a Jrcaeafal caodldaira in flrat
Bureau president Sol Goldman
ncula usually come out of some j decree of J
of t h e monthly meetines of the ',
L.k W,.l- r,nl .K Jewish Educators Council Which Ceneervative. Rabb. Murray A.
is made up of pritipsie and edu- Aietet
_ <.-w. Atrrn^***. ik. as,,.,,, i*^, Sfurda* >Kia Bar Mltxvah: Doa-
0 n e important addition nth* cataon directors, the Bureau presi-, ..d ,n f Mrfc armcr KleiB_
Wednesday reported that dunr.^ next year's reading materials will dent explained Other valuable, a
the summer the offices of the Bu be an inclusion of special sections suggestions for improved teaching H"*f.w. *nmf ftiaWin.tr o" .**
reau take on the appearance of an of the tenth anniversary of Israel's methods and inclusion of pr ogres-: f^hv < ,. n siurU) > am aawassa
ed.tonal room or book pubushin, independence. "This aill not be a ***** *** brought forward in j "Weekly Pwtioa_ ^ -^
firm simple reference to the types of conferences SchwarUman ho Id s MiAleam\miami sfrinos. set Fia-
This is th time that executive celebration*, but an historical ap- 'th teachers throughout the year. | aatasa way Car>rv.tJv.. R.aax kaa
director Louis Schuartzman re- P*** to ** meaning and signif
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virws the new materials which are icance of Israel in world history."
to be incorporated into the currur Goldman elaborated.
ulum for the coming year.
Craund work is laid if'tr a
Projected also for the coming
year is the continuation of a spec-
HEBREW SELF-TAUGHT
ST AHaJUaN fttfeEN
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waMncsd its affiliaHan wiTi Has
Buraau a# Jewish Edwcatian,
bringing the anrailmant ta 100
par cant. According ta Schwa rti-
mmn, all schaols. including the
Hah raw Academy, new recaiva
tomm guidance and service.
Schwartzman and his staff ex-
pect to finish the job of editing,
revision, and production in t b e
Hatm.
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tar. Canaarvativa. Rabbi Martaa
MaUvafcy
Friday :l b.m Datardajr > a.m
SarSBvo: "Weekly TN>rtl..n ''
KNESETH ISRAEL. 141S Euclid ava
Oltiedo* Rabbi David LaartiaM.
Carter Atraham Seif
Friday .> i> m 8aturd% I < a.ra
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aired twice weekly on the educa-'** off*nn* *** showings of its is- /.
tional channel. minute color film. "Are You Pos- Truth Mu..;
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is one of the important benehciarv group* "*" interested or
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Jewish Appeal.
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June
20, 1958
^kMstncridftov
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ag plans for future activities of North Shore District of
rt Organization of America are (left to right) Judge Theo-
i. Nelson, of Bay Harbor Islands, newly-elected president
nth Shore District; Gil Rappaport, executive director of
B-etate Southeast region of ZOA; and Ezra Finegold, dis-
newly-elected honorary life president. Finegold is im-
ite past president of group, and is also honorary life pies-
:f Temple Ner Tamia.________
destine Arabs Move
Solve DP Dilemma
ENEYA(JTA)The Palestine Arab refugees living in transit
kin a number of Arab states in the Middle East have decided to
alters into their own hands and seek a solution of their economic
bis through direct negotiations "with any country."
I disclosure of the refugees' -----------------------------------
nation to act in their own
without tying their fate to
Uitical pronunciamentos of
lb states' leaders, was made
[here for the first time this
The announcement to cor-
Jlents came after a top secret
here last month of refu-
ipresentatives who set up a
Stical organization to enter
ch negotiations.
lifted to Bar
Supreme Court
(Sam 1. Silver, senior mem-
[the law firm of Pallot, Sil-
tI Mulloy, was recently ad-
to the Bar of the United
|Supreme Court.
* sponsored by former
i- Claude Pepper and Judge
Gramling, and waa intro-
the court for admission
J 1- e e Rankin, United
[Solicitor General.
Silver attended the cere-
I which Kwk place at the Su-
Kourt bldg. in Washington,
H>on their return from a trip
P Europe and Israel, during
'hey attended the Variety
[international convention in
pel. Judge Silver served as
J of Miami Mayor Robert
th m extending greetings
P of Jeruaalem, Tel Aviv
The tan Arabs at tht meeting
claimed to speak for some 900,-
000 men, woman and children
scattered through Syria, the Gaza
Strip, Jordan, Saudi Arabia and
the Persian Gulf states. They
elected 39-year-old Tewfik S.
Toukan, former Jaffa landowner,
as their spokesman.
"We are ready," Toukan told
correspondents, "to sit together
with any country under the con-
trol of the United Nations to find
a justifies ble solution to our case
which will enable the refugees to
better their economic conditions."
He added that no one, except the
refugees themselves, could repre-
sent them on the following ques-
tions:
1. Direct refugee development;
2. a settlement regarding Arab
property now in the hands of the
Israel custodian, abandoned Arab
property; and 3. limited resettle-
ment schemes for those Arab refu-
gees willing to accept resettlement
on a United Nations indemnity
basis rather than return to Pales-
tine.
Toukan revealed that he sent a
letter to United Nations Secretary
General Dag Hammarksjold out-
lining these points.
Social Singles to Banco
B'nai B'rith Social Singles will
hold a dance Saturday evening at
the Empress hotel. The group, for
. unattached men and women, is
during the tenth anni-'sponsored by the B'nai B'rith
celebration of the founding j lodges and chapters of Greater
te of Israel. I Miami.
DR. EDWARD E. ZVVIG
Announces
THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICE
FOR THE PRACTICE OF
GENERAL DENTISTRY
5991 S.W. 8th STREET
[MO 7-0713 By Appointment
Rabbi Segal Named Chairman of Confab;
Orthodoxy to Air Spiritual Leaders' Role
13-A
J*. S,olomon J. Sharfman.
President of the Rabbinical Council
of America. Tuesday announced
lie appointment of Rabbi Zev
Segal, spiritual leader of Young Is-
o?C he %Tk- NJ' as chairma"
oi me 22nd annual convention of
Lu. Krgini.?tion- The invention
will be held at the Deauville hotel
in Miami Beach July 7 to 13
Rabbi Segal is the president of
the New Jersey region of the Rab-
binical Council of America. He is
also chairman of the Israeli Com-
mission of the Council. Rabbi Segal
recently returned from an extend-
ed tour of Israel, where he was a
guest of the Israel Government. He
is actively affiliated with a variety
of communal, religious and raobin-
ical organizations in the United
States.
Rabbi Sharfman indicated that
about 500 rabbis from all parts
of the United States and Canada
will attend the convention. The
theme of the convention will re-
volve around the role of the rab-
bi in a changing world. Among
the topics to be discussed are the
role of the rabbi in such endeav-
ors as public education, civic af-
fairs, social action, and the gen-
eral Jewish and non-Jewish com-
munal set-up.
The conference will also deal
with such general subjects as the
place of Israel in the community of
nations, the- relationship*between
Israel and American Jewry, and
the status of Jewish scholarship in
the United States today.
Eminent lay and religious lead-
ers are scheduled to participate in
the many sessions which will
handle these problems.
The Rabbinical Council has made
arrangements for a special Kosher
kitchen under its own strict super-
vision to serve the members during
convention.
KABBI ZtV StGAl
Beach Hotel Agrees to Arbitration;
Rabbinical Council OK's Convention
The Deauville hotel in Miami
Beach and the Hotel Employees
Union, which have been in dispute,
have accepted the offer to arbi-
trate their longstanding conflict by
the Rabbinical Council of America,
it was announced by Rabbi Solo-
mon J. Sharfman, president of the
Council, in New York.
The Rabbinical Council of Amer-
ica, representing more than 700
Orthodox rabbis in all parts of the
country, had scheduled its 22nd
annual convention at the Deauville
for July 8.
All arrangements had been
completed, including special fa-
cilities for Kosher food under the
supervision of the Rabbinical
Council, when if was learned that
the hotel was involved in a labor
dispute. Local representatives
of the labor movement drew the
attention of the Council to this
fact and questioned the propriety
of the Council's meeting in such
a hotel.
The Rabbinical Council then ad-
dressed communications to the
union and the hotel management,
offering its services in arbitrating
the differences. Acceptances were
received from both, and the Rab-
binical Council has now set in mo-
tion the necessary machinery for
this arbitration with the appoint-
ment of a special commission,
Rabbi Sharfman revealed.
"The Rabbinical Council will, of
course, now hold its convention at
the American Jewish Congress.
30 Years Ago .his Week
REPRISAL: A new Jewish or-
ganization of golf enthusiasts, the
Brynwood Country Club, was in
progress of formation in Milwau-
kee this week after disclosure of
attempts of the Michiwaukee Golf
Club to eliminate its Jewish mem-
bers. Morris Stern sent in his res-
ignation when he learned of the
purge attempt and organized th*
new Jewish golf club, of which he
will be president \____
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the Deauville as scheduled," he
added.
A similar problem arose last
month, when the American Jewish
Congress which had scheduled its
convention for the Deauville, can-
celled the arrangement shortly be-
fore the convention and met at a
different hotel in Miami Beach.
The management of Deauville has
entered a $100,000 damage against
Special Program
For Jr. High Kids
A special summer program for
boys and girls in Junior high,
school featuring outings and trips
will be sponsored by the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center.
In order to serve those young-
sters beyond the age for the reg-
ular day camp, a senior day camp
is being set up at the Miami "Y"
Branch at 450 SW 16th ave.
The program begins June 23 and
will continue for eight weeks each
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
afternoon, from 2 to 6 p.m. Activi-
ties include trips to parks, special
attractions, arts and crafts, athlet-
ics, dramatics and social activities.
Senior day camp director is Mrs.
Blair Zimmett.
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HILARY )il\MJ\
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Recommended Heavy Reading for Summer Enlightenmei
JUDAISM AND MODERN MAN. By Ban Zlon Bok$r.
153 pp. Ntw York: Philosophical Library. $3.75.
THE CREDO OF MAIMONIDES. By Carol Klain. 143 pp.
Now York: Philosophical Library. $375.
THE BOOK OF GOD. By Barwch Spinoia. Edited by Daoo-
bort D. Rums. Now York: Philosophical Library.
$3.00.
ON MY DESK this week is a trio of books from Philo-
sophical Library, slender volumes each, belying in
form the weightiness of their content. This is no light sum-
mer readingalthough why summer requires light reading
anyway has never been clear to me.
ffMLTOX PmiBDMAX
Rabbi Ben Zion Bokser. of the Forest Hills Jewish
Center, is an author, lecturer in Homiletics at the Jewish
Theological Seminary, and edtior of its "Eternal Light"
radio program. In "Judaism and Modern Man" he takes a
hard look at the Western world.
A section on personal piety is particularly provocative.
"Contemporary Jewish life cannot recommend Itself
as a proper object of piety. It lacks its essential prere-
quisiteat least the illusory glory of outer magnificence."
Later, in a chapter on the doctrine of election, he writes:
"Israel's choice was not an end In itself," and subsequent-
ly adds: "Its exaggeration consists in the claim that Israel
alone is divinely chosen. The correction of pus exaggera-
Union Humor Reflects Vicious Attitudes
Washington
SOVIET AMBASSADOR MENSHIKOV almost, but not
quite, spoke the same language as Israeli diplomats
at a recent Israeli diplomatic reception in Washington.
The new Soviet Ambassador found himself conversing
in Russian with an Israeli diplomat at the crowded party.
After the usual banalities were exchanged in Russian, the
Soviet Ambassador whispered. "Aren't you one of ours?"
The Israeli quickly replied: "No, I'm one of theirs."
On that occasion the good-natured joke was on Am-
bassador Meashikov. But jokes told at Soviet Embassy
functions sometimes reflect vicious inner attitudes. One
witticism currently making the rounds on the Vodka cir-
cuit pertains to newsreel shots of the Israeli tenth anni-
versary military parade.
"Yes," says the Communist joker with a twinkle,
"Jewish bravery is'well-known in the Soviet Union. Our
Jews in the great fatherland actually captured Tash-
kent." This bit oi derision pertains, of course, to the fact
that Tashkent was a safe rear area.
Another such "joke" told at an Iron Curtain Embassy
party here had to do with the shortwave radio broadcasts
of Kol Israel. The raconteur employed a rather poor
mimicry of an Israeli radio announcer. He said "this is
sir I, CARSON
the short wave service of the Israel Radio broadcasting
on 25.3 megacycles. But we will make you a special bar-
gain discount and let you have it at 33.3 megacycles."
Washington's diplomatic colony generally considers
this Iron Curtain "wit" not only in dismally bad taste but
completely lacking in humor.
But even with all the catered affairs and mountains of
delectable food, a 17-year-old Israeli violinist almost
starved in Washington. This happened despite the fact
that he had a $2,000 check. The youth was Shmuel Ash
kenasi who was awarded the check when he won first place
over 392 other contestants in an international music eon-
test held here by the National Symphony Orchestra.
Since his pocket money from Israel ran out, Ashkenasi
lost no time in trying to cash the check. "But wherever
I went to cash it," he said, "eyes would pop open sad
stare at me I thought people were going to call the
police."
He continued, without success, trying to cash the
check. He was able to borrow enough to keep eating.
Finally, the National Symphony learned of his plight. They,
took back the 2,000 prize check and gave Shmuel two
In place of it. One was for $1,850, the other in the amount
of $150 which he cashed easily.
Justice Frankfurter in Rare Extra-Court Words
United Nations
A SHARP IMPACT was made here by an address de-
^* livered outside the United Nations enclave. Not only
Western delegates, but some Arabs as well, were pro-
foundly impressed when this speech was delivered. For
the speaker is a man who rarely takes the platform on
any subject not directly related to his field of activity.
He Is Felix Frankfurter, associate justice of the United
States Supreme Court.
Is it possible that the reason for the impact here is
precisely that some diplomats suspected there is, in fact,
HAROLD V. RIB ALOW
How Botwinnik Won
HESS IS ONE of the toughest competitive games in the
** world. Perhaps it seems simple, with two men sit-
ting quietly opposite each other. But they are always
thinkingand more often than not, constant thought takes
more out Mikhail Botvinnik recaptured the ohess championship of
the world from Vassily Smyslov in Moscow.it was a vic-
tory of strength and stamina as well as of chess tactics.
To indicate bow difficult it was. when the match was
over (after 23 games. Botvinnik won, 12V, to lOMit, Smy-
slov came down with pneumonia, and during the weeks of
the tourney.'both men had "to take time off-and take to
bed for a day or two because of exuaustion.
These men have met many times before, sad the last
time, when Smyslov beat Botvinnik. the turning point
came when Smyslov. ten years younger than Hs 16-year
old opponent, showed he bad the energy to keep-up'a'top-
ranking game. At that time. It was'Botvinnik who faded.
Solemnly/the fwo men faced each other Over the board,
and the Russian Jew, Botvinnik, slowed down.
This was a rather different match. Botvinnik: won the
first three games, taking wfmt in chess Is a huge margin.
Usually, two masterr-piey to dratws, arid victories come in-
frequently, and far between. For one master 1o whip an-
other three times running is unprecedented. But even with
this margin, many experts expected Botvinnik to yield as
the match progressed After alL last year. Smyslov s
Mamma had held Op; it was'Botvinnik's that faltered
But Botvinnik always managed to keep a few full
points between lumself and Smyslov. Chess Review, com-
menting on the match before it Was over said, "Sroyslav
has time on his side, almost a full ten years In age "Yet
age or no age. it was-Botvsnoik who grimly held fight to* his
advantage. The end came when, in the '23rd game (only
24 were scheduled, and Whoever came up with KM. points
first wouM-win. thus making the final game, m this ease
as unnecessary as *he last half of the ninth inning for'the
winning home team in baseball). Smyslov saw he could
not win the game. "He" did not bother to meet with "Bot-
vinnik. He called up an official supervising the play and
asked for a draw. This meant he was giving pp.
a direct relationship between American jurisprudence,
with its emphasis on "justice under law," and the faet of
Israel representing as Justice Frankfurter sees it
"science harnessed to a social vision pursued with pert-
inacity?"
Justice Frankfurter's remarks were made in the
course of a symposium on "Freedom's Stake in the Mid-
dle "East." conducted by the American Committee for Is-
rael's Tenth Anniversary Celebration. In an address re-
plete with important observations, the jurist spoke of the
significance of Israel's policy of the Open door to immi-
grants who want, and need, to enter Israel. Frankfurter
used the term applied to this policy by the Israelis"the
ingathering;" that phrase, used by that speaker, is in
itself significant.
"I should think," said Frankfurter, "the ingathering
is a partial relief to the conscience of mankind." And, to
explain that statement. Frankfurter quoted a declaration
by the late Justice Louis D. Brandeis in 1939. At that
time, the British mandatory power had Issued its infamous
While Paper, cutting off further immigration into Pales-
tinethus, effectively, freezing the Jews of Europe into
the ghettoes whence they would be deported for extermin-
ation in Nazi evens. This Is what Brandeis said then:
"What does the world propose to do with tbe Jews
for whom estile is enforced? Unless civilization has so
reverted to pximitivlsm as to wish' the destruction of the
homeless Jews, it must encourage the proved medium to
solve in great measure the problem of Jewish homeless-
ness."
With that cold precision of his." added Justice
Frankfurter, "Justice Brandeis foresaw this problem, even
'before it came to be in all its ghastly extension."
DAVID SCHWARTZ
tion is not to deny Israel', election but m ,,.
other communities." l0 Mtnd in
The future of American Jewrv he t,~A
of the vitality of the faith itself Lee L?', 'S *
a religious idea, Dr. Bokser holds, J^
Uken "" ,Pi^itUa, "Pec,s ?tftft|
Rabbi Carol Klein in his preface to "tk .
Maimonides" fear, that he h.s",dded mJt ^
s known of Maimonides and his phUosoX *"?
this is too modest. Dr. Klein, with the Thirteen
Fa.th as a basis, has written a clear and reSas?
tion of the philosophy of the 12th century J-, !'
uSfiZiZ?umioa "^ & Si
The present edition of Spinoza's "Book of God -
by Dagobert IX Rnnes is based on two 2huv J
Dutch manuscripts caned "Short Treatise III
and His Well-Betng." which were discovered ^1
dred years ago. It Is considered one of Spoon?,
works. It reads (somewhat unevenly) like a ro.it.
ing of thoughts which came to roll fruition in the-T
Interesting enough, in this unpolished state it hi
in comparison with the lster work
Each of these three books, by the wav ^-_,,
priced by at least one dollar. *' mm
KLiAHM SALPETER .-
Alteration on Agenda
UfHEN KNESSET MEMBERS and newsmen rttunsT]
^* their benches after the two-month Pesaeh item, I
found once again considerable money and effort hid I
put into alerations of what in the past eight yean I
served as "temporary" quarters of the Israel legi
Tbe Knesset is now located in the center of Je._
in a building that was originally built as a bank, but |
over, on a long-term lease before it was complete,
the parliament moved from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem ial
The building was hastily remodeled, the main ail <
turned into the floor of the House, a semi circular I
overlooking the^nain hall was made into the gallery,^
other smaller hall 'became the restaurant, and tat I
rooms became committee chambers and offices.
The place was inadequate from the very beg
It was all temporary, of course.
Then, about a year ago, the late Baron
willed 6 million for a permanent home for toe 1
In due course an architects' contest was assooneed l
plans for the new building. First prize, and thu i
ance as "the" plan according to which the Knesset <
built, went to Israel architect Klarwein s drafts of a I
columned classical Greek style structure Tbeplas,!
highly functional, lacked any originality of concept*; i
was It in sny particular way an expression
spirit, ancient or modern.
The decision created an uproar among Israel J
tects and also considerable sections of the public.
Sprinzak and his deputy speskers immediately i
to postpone the beginning of construction and invited I
leading, but conservative, architects from abroad t I
sped the winning plan, the site of the buikJiaganM
requirements of the House and make recommendation^
In the midst of this hassle, on Oct. 29,1957 a i
unbalanced youth threw a hand grenade from Ike I
gallery to the floor, injuring several Cabinet memaen-i
committee of inquiry set up to look into the pre*"
security in the House msde various criticisms and r""^
mendations for building changes.
The natural thing would have been to start in
ly with the construction of the permanent Knesset*
the puna for-which srere meanwhile approved, sittj
changes, byt the two foreign architects Instead, I
sent Klarwein for a six-month study tour of
buildings throughout the world.
After his return Klarwein will have snouw
months to amend his plans on the basis of whatJ"
abroad. Then, within three more months, aiooni
will give final approval to all details and
for the beginning of construction.
Something of 4 Scamp and Minor Prophet
JVHEN MORDECAI MANUEL NOAH was a little bey,
his father once took him. walking through the streets
of Philadelphia and pointed out, one of "the leading citizens
of the town-a man named Benjamin Franklin.
You can see by this that Noah goes way back in Amer-
ican history.
"When Mordecai Noah,grew up, he became a man of
considerable prominence himself. He became one of
America's foremost editors and he. was the first American
Jew -appointed to a post in the diplomatic service. He
filled the office of Consul to Tunis, which figures so prom-
inently in the newspaper headlines today. What lie saw
in North Africa pot Ideas in his head.
Nesh has been called the first American Zionist and it
was; his stay m North Africa which was, largely responsible
for It. He believed that the North Africa Jewry could
supply 100.000 Jews for an army to wrest control of the
Holy Land from the Turks and anuke the Zionist dream
real.
It. hasn't oseae about exactly as Noah envisaged it.
but to some extent he did foreshsdow history.
a peculiar figure. He was an Orthodox Jew, .,
bath like a good Jew. but fought duels. \*e e j
no Jew at all. He was a'great American *"""
many patriotic playa, and John Quincy ^v^V
wielded the most maaterful pen of W w*?^
paperman of his day But Noah was of the """^ |
above a little corruption at times. He was -
a scamp and a minor prophet ,^1
There was another Jew-at least a half Jew. ^ j
the post of Consul to Tunis in early days, i
Howard Payne, the author of "Home, Sweet n
* le
A pretty El Al hostess was on '"J JJj'i'tr P
show the other nlgM. Ofton Bean wa *** ttU <
What do you do," asked Bean, with the V
the airplane?1' ., thf isrteh I
"Everyone asks thst question, said t>e (
"I Imagine." ssrid Bean, "you wait until you v
Egypt to get rid of it."


June 20. 1958
^JsHstitrMian
\
TT"tHE~COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
E AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
fto-DA. N.-30-V
i Re- ESTATE -Or _
,D \| \HTIN I SASSK
:, k M. J. masse,
1 ., eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
av> All Creditors and All Parsons Hav-
ing Claim* or Demands Agalnm Bald
EYmu' and each '< y<"' "'' '"''' *l
I tiniifU'l ""' required to present any
i",,m- and demands which you, of
iher of you, mo have against the
I.tate ..f 'MARTIN J. BASSE,
u J SAH8E 'looased late of Haiti-
I riiunO Florida, to the ilonoralile
Countv' Judges of IHtde County, and
lilt? Ilie same In their offtOM In the
Kwintv Courthouse In Dad- f..unt>.
M-ldit. wlthta etht calendar months
tn> t*"- ton Dm nubllcjilk*.
hrii'f Said claims or demands to
Jnntain the legal addreaa of the clalm-
.,,i ami '" '" -orn to and presented
!. af\"r. said, or same will be barred
e Section 733.1* of the l4o Probate
'*V.oie June 10, A.D. 1968.
**" STANLEY M FRED
A* Executor of the l-ast Will and
Testament of Martin J. Sasae.
, k a'M. J. Sasoe. Deceased.
STANLEY M. PRBD
I 114 geO">ld lluildln*
I Miami, Florida
Attorne) for Executor
First niihii-ailon on Juna 11, 1958.
1/13-20-27. 7/4_____________________
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
in THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ciEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Of*
riSnmA IN AND FOR DADE
FLORIDA IN
DADE
AND FQR
COUNTY. '^CHgCERY?
JOHN TELIGADES.
I'laintlff
CONgYC^NTINA TELIOADES.
WfiSr* FOR DIVORCE
Tou CoNSTANTINA M.K'.AI)KS,
I aiS 3*th Street. Astoria, Uinf In-
land, are required to fHe your answer
to the complaint for divorce with the
Ork nf the above Court and serve a
copy thereof upon Herman Cohen, At-
torney. 1306 Congress Building, Miami,
Florida, on or before July 18, 1958, or
mplalnt will l>e taken aa con-
rfnsed Dated June 10, 19i8.
R. It I.EATHF.lt MAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
By: JOAN BNKIvDKN.
[ (Man Deputy Clerk
I/1J-20-27. 7/4
NOTICE SY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 58C4778
I MILT iX Ti'lUCM.
ll.untlff
va.
[LOUISE TiiRESI,
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I TO: LOUSE TORKH
145'iv.irl Sir
treet
Kingston, New Y.ok
Tco re hereby notified that a Bill
1 of Complaint for Divorce baa been
filed sgiinst you, and you are required
i to serve a ropy of your Answer or
}'leadinc to the BUI of Complaint on
the plaintiff" Attorney, and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the of-
fice of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or liefer the 14th day of July. IMS.
If you fail to do so. Judgment by de-
fault will he taken agslrtit you for the
relief demanded In the Bill of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week tor four consecutive weeks
In THK JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
HONE AND ORDERED af Miami.
Florida, this th day of June, AD. 19S8.
_ E II LEATHERMAN. Ulerk.
Circuit Court. Pade County. Florida
By: M. H. KICK. JR.
iK*" Deputy Clerk
MELVIN I MIJROFF
Attorney fr Plalatlff
27 Lincoln Road
Miami Beaeh, Florida
4/1S-20-27. 7/4
l.\
HI-:: Estate ,,f A
saWade$DEK' ***>
iseil ?
OTIC.l ?F ENTRY OF ORDER
OF ADMINISTRATION
UNNECESSARY
All N TE8TATE ESTATE
All persons having claims or a.
^a-lnst -he BauToTsAMLBL
ADEK....... sam HAIIEIC ilY.
aln.. naiueil dice,l.ut ,,,. ,,.'
"'nVnT ;,n '""'' -^ ''.":
tlon 1 nm-iessarv ,, Testate I'.ji,.
"l l""v'x'in.n";! by "" """-"'i'e \V.
. rll.AN PON. l ,,nntv .u.l,;,., ,\. ,i.
;,,;|1 SS* vi........r M|d tatl, its.
race. Miami, Florida.
Paled this 29th dav .,f May i;-,,
IIMONg and BliSoSs1 "^ '
attorneys for Estate
Iteayne Kuildlng
Miami 32, Florida
V-13-20-27
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
, No. 43767-A
In Re ESTATE OF
[JARRY ELKIN.
PeceaaM.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Kald
t*t.'l t e;
ii.T""' ani' '"eh of you are hereby no-
tiried and required to ngaginl any
cj*lma and demands whlob you, or
either of you. may have sgaiirst the
fjtaie f Harry Elkrn deaeas.-l lai.
"t Pad. Cotinty, Florida, to the Hon-
wable County Judgea of I>ade Coun-
g. and file the same In their offices
JJi the County Courthouse In Dade
county. Florida, within eight calendar
months from the date of the fimt pub-
leation hereof. Raid claims or <1e-
mKTai. to contain the legal address of
the claimant and to be iwnrn to and
Presented as aforesaid, or Same will
fI.JM,r":'i- s'e nation TSS.U of tbe
' Probate Aot.
Date June A P. 1958.
HARRY y.l'KI-ItXICK
BEMSIK Kl.KIN
As F.xi-cutor and Executrix of the
Lavt Will and Testament of Harry
Rn''.i"'_nee*"
for Executor and Executrix
"" Lincoln Road
Miami ,:., pv,,.,^
VW-20-27, 7 4
_, NOTICE UNDER
Vi\^,,C.T,TIOU* NAME LAW
la., ls Hl irVEN that
~' undersigned, desiring to engsge In
1\ i i ,"; 'inder the fictitious nam- of
Ai-V-v' V1'" 'N' u- '' '' B *' H A s INQ
u'x' ^ I7H N W L'n.l Avenue In-
Cliet '", r,*lster said name with the
curt of Dad.
A,.all-ant
^llilg.
.- Ti:VKN COHU
[he ui
THK
?'th th
^de .
/U-20-
NOTICE UNDER
'CTITIOUS NAME LAW
Y (1IVKN lh.it
'siring to engage In
i me of
'I SNF.I.I, ., t S|.||,. i
' 'Ins Avenue. Miami lleach
ids to register said name
' I'ik ,f the Circuit Court of
'"'t.v. Morlda.
RTL'ART KAUFMAN
!m THi!r.COU^JY JUDOE'8 COURT
fNlor1d2. W%Rg*??E C0UNTY-
IN RE: Es,a,Ne;,r37M9-B '
CORIHIN R BR.OWN,
Pei-ea#ed.
N.JiE PF intention to make
A-P.P.PLICATION pOR distribu-
tion and final discharge
NOTICE Is hereby given that -v-e
lave filed our Final Reisirt and Peti-
tion for Distribution and Final Pis-
charge aa Co-Executors pf the estate
of OJpRfXlN S. RROWN, d.r.aseil:
and that on the 27th day of June. lUS,
will apply to the Honorable Countv
Judges of Pade County, Florida, for
approval of said Final Report anil for
distribution and final discharge as Co-
Executoi-s of the estate of the aboVC-
named di-i-i-den't. This 2Hth dav of
May, IM.-iK
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
MIAMI
BOTHER 0, BROWN
MTER8, H1CIMAN A KAPLAN
Attorneys
Eleven Flftv Ruildlng
I4U 8 W. First Street
Miami 36. Florida
/-13-2n-27
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiiinc to ,-nuage In
business under the fictitious name of
HACKNET FRUIT AND EXPORT
COMPANY at IJn N.W. 22nd Btreet.
Miami, Fla., Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
O. FRANK WOOTTON. Sol-owner
PAVIP KMAXI 1:1.
Attorney for Applicant
IBM Pul'ont Bldg.
t/6-13-20-27
cri^,N2TICE UNDER
X.m ST'T'OUS NAME LAW
bbnjamVn pooeS** s"le wner
57f'.wnni oatroii
m NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
, N-'TICK is Ht?RBBY (IIVKN thai
' "ml.. siL- ,.,,. ... ,V,Ka H'',
'.w vsu,.,'-';'!,M,.?-,;1.,i'""",i!- S5 <
\ V i I:"'' KALEH at 160
tin,! J '' S'r"'''' Mlnni1- ''"I.....!' in-
.n.iM to nglmmr said name w,,h he
coJn,.;:',-,',:;;,;, """ c...... D.....,
r^SSHT?Fi.CA?PET 8UPPLT
/13-2o-27!^/4'A 1,,orida Cor,K,ratlon)
-.^NOTICE UNDER
v "i CTITIOUS NAME LAW
,. NO I ICE is HERBBT C1IVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
BHNTHY "l"tt;w,rlwIC>"lou- '"
SS^J? t*12ffip* -'"' w mi,
",', Miami. Florida Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Court of Pade County, Florida.
SAM I.1NKKY
./-13-20-27,,OROTHY L'NSKY
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HSBBBI QrVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
builneu under the fictitious nama ol
ATLANTIQIK MOTEL at 16.-.01 Col-
lins Avenue, Miami Reach, Fla.. in-
tends to register said name with the
11 lerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
ELENA CORPORATION
, (A Florida Corporation)
:'*-13-20
NOTICE UNDER
.. FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTll K is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious flame of
CORPORATE NEOOTIATORH ai Krl
Lincoln Road, Mlftini lleach, Florida
intends i" register said name with the
Clerk of the circuit Court of Pade
County, Florida.
REAL ESTATE CORPORATION
OF FLORIDA
,.-, ,,. W Porlda Corporation)
JI l.ICW JAY PERLMUTTBR
Attorney for Real Hsiale
Corporation of Florida
3/30, 6/6-13-20
... _NT'CE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SK&SSP" JUDICIAL-CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AMD FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
i."vi:i.r rra.iAGiA Sandort
Plaintiff
ANP11F.W SANDOBY
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Mr. Andrew Sandoiy
SI7 Park Avenue
Fist Orange. New Jersev
You Andrew Sandory are hereby- no-
tified that a Kill of Complain! for i'i-
vbroe has heen filed against you, and
you are required to serve a copy of
your Answer or Pleading to the Bill
of complaint on the plantlff's Attor-
ney, POLLACK n yoini:. 220 Mir-
acle Mile, Coral liable*, Florida and
file the original Answer or Pleading
In the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the 11th da I
July. IMS. If you fall to do so, Judg-
ment by default will he taken against
you for the relief demanded in the Bill
of Complaint.
This notice shall he published once
each Week for tour consecutive Weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 10th day of June, A.D.
1*58.
K. K l.KATHKRMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court. Pade Countv. Florida
By: L. A. ci.K \i:k.
seal) Deputy Clerk
6,13-20-27.7/4
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
HALATOK MEAT MARKET & PORK
PRODUCTS at 19ST R.W. ftth Street.
Miami, Florida, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Countv. Floi Ida
___ANTON <;HMII>T. Sole Owner
iOI.D.MAN OOI.I.STKIN
Attorneys tnr Registrant
2303 W Flagler St., Miami, Fla.
5/30,6/6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HERKBT OJVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
HACKNEY FTP IT COMPANY at K!n
N.W. 22nd Street. Miami. Fla.. Intends
to register said name- with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
Q FRANK WOOTTON, Sole Owner
PAVIP EMANCKI.
Attornev for Applicant
1504 PuPont Bldg.
7 NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIV EN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name or
KIRK'S MARKET at 69 Northwest
27 Street: Miami. Florida Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Pade < ounty,
Fl,'r"1"- THOMAS J. KIRK
.It-ANITA C KIRK 50%
LEWISON AND FREED
Attorneys for Thomas and
.luanlt.i Kirk
/-l-'-'-27
NOTICE BY PySh,i'AT'2NTHE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EFl:ORV,EDNATH,NUO;CNlDA,- ^"SaSS
c-o-Sn'ty. .^chancery.
thomas william lai bbr,
Plaintiff.
ROSE DIBEia.0 LAUBER,
"'"'^iT FOR DIVORCE
,. o World of Mirth snow
William Byrd Hotel
|g. Miami. Florida, and tue ff( _,
o?h.A^7cfa
,.f,e th- m ',a)|"fien ^ hV '
l,,f demanded In me >
plaint. .. h nubllshed one
This notice shall ne J"J^||Ye WM,ks
,!" Sfm w stocking.
(seal) VO' "i|ui. CTert
ril^ISon." -ik Bid..
'"^".'.a.ntiff
^NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAIhE LAW
NOTIBH IS HEKKIIT c,l\KN that
the undersigned, desiring tn engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SHEET METAL ASSOCIATES at 1R7
N.W. 54th Street, Miami, Florida In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.*-
SAMIKI. OI.TCHICK
1440 N.W, 181st Terrace
Miami, Florida
civ IROE CHEREN
Attorney for Samuel Oltchlck
5/30. 6/6-13-20
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
^Jenlsti itcrtdUari _
solicits your legal notics*.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate sendee at legal
rates .
Phone FR 4-4366
lor messenger serrice
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS. NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERERY COVEN that
the i ndei Mirn,d. desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SHi IFRON-Kl.KIN REPORTING
etERVICE at SOS Rlscayne Iluildlng,
Miami. Florida Intends to register
aald name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida.
GRACE H. KLEIN.
Sole Owner
5/30, 6/4-13-20
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HERKIIY (JlVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
busmeee under the fictitious name of
FEDERAL METAI.S CO at .i:.ll N W.
North River Drive. Miami. Florida in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
SVINOA BROTHERS CORP.
1 Sail N.W. North River Drive,
Miami. Fla,
KCRT WELL1SCH
Attornev for Svlnga Brothera Corp.
8/30, 6/6-13-20
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN ANO FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. S8C4572
VIRGINIA JEAN MILTLS.
I'laintlff.
EDOAR EITiENE MILLS,
liefendant.
COMPLAINT FOR DIVORCE
TO: EDOAR EUGENE Ml I. IS
716 South Jefferson Street
Hartford City, Indiana
You are required to serve a copy of
your answer to the Bill of Complaint
for Divorce on the plaintiff's attor-
ney, and to file the original answer in
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 7th day of July,
A.D, 1968: otherwise, the Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce, heretofore filed
herein, will be taken as confessed by
vou.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this the
2nd day of June. 1951
E. B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida
tseal) By: JOAN snekiu.N
Deputy Clerk.
BEN ESSEN
lnl4 Beybold Building
Miami, Horlda
S/6-13-2"-:'7___________
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY H1VKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
STONES SERVICE CENTBB and
FRKIi STONEI'SKP CARS at 1J7
s \V :)7th Ave.. Miami. Florida Intend
to register said name with thefJerk
of the Circuit Court "I Hade < ounty.
F,rld"- FRED STONE
l'l11l.ll' FE1ERTAQ
6/-13-2"-27 ________
' ,'-' h Ha Intend
7- M'".'l" me wli the Clerk
? tff&srcsr* is* c.......
BASS' i?
'^ KSBcesu
t)4ii Lincoln Road
4/4-1S-20-17
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
!,,,.,ess under the fictitious name> of
THE COVENANT MANOR at *T1
JS 1 W. Bay Harbor Drive, Mlam
Florida Intend to retrister said
name with the Clerk of tHe Circuit
Court ol Dade County, Florid,.
DANIEL l.AVEN
fi SIE i. WKN. his wife
ARTIIKR CAI'IAN
BDNA c.M'l.AN. his wife
liAVlP STOBER ,
SADIE STOBER. his wife
IIJ \ K' M'l'Y. a Widow
JEANNBT. fREEtTMAN. a widow
SADIE HERTZ, a
[1ERNARD HITNER, KSQ.
Bj Ha.old v Ore. unsel
Attorneys foi owners
ins Olympis Hnlkllng
Miami W. i-'iorlda
s.-ll-:'n-27 __________.____
""~~~~~ NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deal "}
\ui ,N.Vw" in the Cits of
Intend f regIster the
,,,,!. with Hi- Clerk ofOar.
^,1, Court of Hade CountyMorIda
Paled at Mlai Florida this
,., f M-.B1S5. YnLua
PORIS KING
MARK sll,Vi:r.sTElN
mts
4jii Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
6,4-lI-*0-27
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS.IIERKI'.Y GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
RED APPLE RESTAURANT AND
BANDW1CH SHOP at 214* N. Miami
Avenue. Miami, Florida Intend to reg-
ister Said name with the Clerk of Lhe
Circuit Court of Hade County. Florida.
BENJAMIN FREIMAKK
CHAIM FREIMARK
Equal Partners
PALI/vr. SILVER MCLLOY
Attorneys for Applicants
i M, I H-13-20
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVKN that
the undersigned, deslrlnp to engage in
business under the fictitious names of
N N A, SERVICES: also, N N. A.
INDUSTRIES; also, N N A ENTER-
PRISES at Dade County, Fla., intends
to register taid names with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv,
Florida.
NATHAN ABRAHAM, Sole Owner
5/30. 6/6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SKA HAWK BOATS MIAMI at 7n.".5
S W. H'th Street, Miami. Fla.. intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
JII'LIO DI BENEDETTO,
Sol.- Owner
MATTHEW J. SOI.TYMAK
Attorney for Apniicant
",'i(2 S.W 7:lrd St.
-. to, I l-ll-M
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deslrlnu to engaiN In
business under the fictitious name of
TnT SUPER at 810 East 41st Street.
Hialeah, Florida Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida,
SVMI'KI. TACBE
MARVIN TAL'BE
JOSEPH W. MAI.KK
Attorney for Applicants
3r,i> Lincoln Road
6/20-27.7/4-11________
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HKREBT GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage tn
business under the fictitious names of
NATHAN NKUSON ABRAHAM: also,
NATHAN N ABRAHAM: also. N.
NELSON ABRAHAM at Dade Coun-
ty, Fla.. intends to register said names
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
NATHAN ABRAHAM, Sole Owner
5/30, 676-13-2U
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 58C4693
VINCENT Ml'RBITO a
Plaintiff
CARMELI.A Ml'RBITO
I '.l-ndant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Carmella Murlilto
P.O Box 343
Goshen. New York
You Carmella Murblto are hereby
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
DlvOrce has been filed against you,
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's
Attorney, Marvin Schlld. 334 Washing-
ton Ave., IloiocMc.nl. 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,
lffig. 4f vou fall to do so, Judgment
hv default will be taken against you
for the relief demanded in the Bill of
Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for fodr consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Horlda, this 3rd day of Jnne. A.D.
1958 '
' E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(seal) By Jo AN SNEl>DKN
I putv Clerk
MARVIN SC1III.D
|34 Washington Ave.
-i.ail. Ha.
Attorney for Plaintiff
6'-13-20-27 __
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
.11 BAR at 3106 S W. sth Street. Mi-
ami, Florida intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Countv. Horlda
HARRY RODSEN
MARY BODSEN
KESSI.ER A GARS
Attorneys for Applicants
1998 S.W. 1st Street
6 '20-27. 7/4-11 _______^^__
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SOMERSET ENTERPRISES '
Orduna Drive. Coral Dailies, Intend
to register said name with the ( lerk
Of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
KWi"a MAX M KE..DMAX
1RV1NG GOI.FMAN
HAROLD RETSKIN
fi 20-27. 7/4-11 __________
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to. engage In
business under the fictitious name ot
NT-VIE AWNING CO. at 3,43 N.W.
iMh StreeV Miami. Fla.. intends to
r said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade ( ounty,
Florida. KKN<.E '
(a Florida corporation)
6'20-27. 7/4-11________________
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FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
FLORIDA 4JAPITAI. OO. mot inc.)
at Suite ROi, 420 Lincoln Road, Miami
Ha.. Intend to ret
name with the CleVk of the circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
GEORGE TALI ANoI-'K
LEWIS I. LQEB
TALIANQFF & WALLER
Attorney* for th^ company
4:'" Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla.
6 ss-17, 7 4-H
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Hostesses Mrs. Arthur Triester, Mrs Charles
Oppenheim, Mrs. J^ Margolis. Mrs. Joseph" William*
son and Mrs. Theodore Firestone, all of the -TW
day Club, tendered a beautiful shoVerVnSSJ
at the Algiers in honor of Miss Loretta Greene
Some 25 of Loretta's friends brought Gifts of
miscellaneous items for her new home Loretta
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Greene, 1244 SW 22nd ave
jiami. and wiU become the bride of Mark Williamson, son of Mrs'
kseph Williamson, 1111 S. Venetian Way, June 29 at Temple
irael.
Speaking of such things, there was a kitchen shower for \anev
hpper June 12 at tho Garden restaurant ... *
Forty guests showed up at the luncheon toting lovely presents
Lr the bride-to-be of Robert Sterling, son of the Bernard Stcilings
^ Miami ...
Nancy's parents are Dr. and Mrs. Max Pepper, and her aunts
Irs Morris Pepper and Mrs. Sidney Pepper, were joined by grand-
hotber Mrs. Abraham Pepper as hostesses at the shower affair
Nancy and Bob will exchange vows come July 6 at the Seville
Wei. but not before other friends assure the couple a raft of gifts
\j tendering showers of their ownlike the one Saturday at the
Bgiers hosted by Mrs. Harry Markowitz, 801 NE 74ih st. and Mrs
im Wtissel, Granada blvd., Coral Gables.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Weiner, of 312 SW 26th st.. in one week
atched 2,547 students graduate by attending their three children's
pmmencement exercises ... On June 5, Bernie sang "Auld Lang
ne" at Miami Senior High, with two scholarships to look forward
I at the University of Miamione from Dade county and the other
Bin Sigma Delta Chi, professional journalism fraternity ... On
Bne 10. pert Linda, a straight "A" student, graduated from Shen-
doah Junior High, becoming confirmed at the Israelite Center
Ire days later While on June 12, daughter Roberta, also on
|Dade county scholarship, was granted her AB degree iri Human
elitions from the U of M Incidentally, many Hiamians know
pberta for her beautiful colortura soprano voice .
Mrs. Rhea Gladwin has returned to her Shore Palace apartment
| Surfside from a trip which started in Cambridge, Mass., where
s was a guest of the 1918 class at a 40th reunion celebration .
Rhea s late husband, Benjamin Gladwin. was a member of the
F18 class and a graduate of the Harvard law school .
Rhea is telling friends how touched she was by the services in
cmory of those who have since left the ranks .
Off on vacation in Chicago and the midwest are Rabbi S. M.
achtei and wife Rose They'll detour for a brief visit with New
[family and friends on their way back Making their fourth
|fp abroad are the Donald Lavignes. who leave June 22 on the SS
I States for France, Spain, Italy, North Africa and Israel .
^. and Mrs. Harvey Fleischmanhe's the WTVJ execand their
ns are vacationing in the Florida Keys Mrs. Nettie Melker is
\A in Gotham Town after a two-week stay here at the Carillon
Vel to attend the Bar Mitzvah of her grandson .

Dr. I. Leo Fishbein, noted psychiatrist and fellow of the Amer-
Psychiatric Assn., is leaving on the SS Hellenic Hero from
' York City June 27 for an extended tour of the Mediterranean
a, India. Pakistan and Ceylon, where he will visit medical and
bchiatnc institutions .
Dr. Fishbein will be accompanied on the cruise by wife Eliz-
eth and the couple's two daughters, Anne Marcia, 17, a soph-
ore at Brandeis University, and Karena, 11.
Speaking of showers, as we were, a bridal luncheon for 25
fends was given Tuesday for Miss Florence Simon at the Garden
ttaurant, with aunt Mrs. Harry Dushkin acting as hostess .
Florence's fiance, Myron Fisher, of Albany, Ga., was in for the
lent. The couple say their vows Aug. 3, after which they'll make
ja home in Miami.
Friends are hoping for the speedy recovery of Miami city at-
ney William L. Pailot, who suffered a mild heart attack Friday
The David Rosners are back at their Sterling hotel following
pur we,k trip to New York and Atlantic City Cantor and
P A Friedman are spending two weeks with their son, Dr.
(than Friedman, of Hialeah Cantor Friedman is with the
rk Avenue Synagogue of Manhattan Samuel and Merle M.
FnP. of Normandy Isle, will entertain for 150 guests at a cock-
fl Party June 28 in the Dupont Plaza's Encore room ... A sweet
Pn birthday party Sunday evening will honor Barbara Hober-
W. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis B. Hoberman, 9065 Carlyle
1, Surfside, will be hosts at the affair in the Roney Plaza hotel.
The Louis Uchims are back in Brooklyn, NY., after arriving
P for the June 12 graduation of their daughter, Abby, who re-
fved her AB degree from the University of Miami ...
The visit here was also the occasion for a family reunion bost-
M>y Mrs. Uchim's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
*">, at their Bonfire restaurant .
Mother Mrs. Minnie Weiner, of 2995 SW 2nd st., Miami, was a
|PP> onlooker, together with grandson Michael, the Sam Werners
!>ear-old ...
Incidentally, also back with the Uchims and Abby is daughter
I", after two years at the U of M. She'll continue on for her
Vtt at Brooklyn College.
Mrs Eva B. Kahn is "leaving with granddaughter Zita for a
P1"" vacation in Mexico They'll be back in September .
^nt I.uncraggan Inn guests at Hendersonville. N.C.. were North
*' Beachites Jack Zwicker, Mr. and Mrs. Max Elster and Mr.
.. Martin Biskhu Rabbi and Mrs. Yaakov Rosenberg
f be honored at a special Beth David Oneg Shabbat Friday on
'KcaMuri of their tenth anniversary.
Bnthdaze: Born to Mr'and Mrs. Paul*Goldhagen 2120 SW 5th
M*ir first child, a son, Theodore Martin. June 8 at *"
fr'3,' Proud >dPrents arc Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Gold-
,.::' M'l Mother Maya's sister. Miss Herd. Defne. of
^.France, i, | for the occasion Brii was June 15, WIW
'125 guests attending ....
Mr and M Mortoo D S(ubing weIcomcd their fourth chdd. a
Lisa, born May 31. Maternal grandmother is Mrs.
Mmo, of 4476 Royal Palm ave., and Washington, u. t..
iJirjgwtth HoridBfoun
Miami, Florida, Friday. June 20, 1958
Section B
Group
Installation last week launched newly-merged
Federation of Jewish Women's Organizations.
President of organization is Mrs. Jean C. Leh-
man (standing center) flanked by advisory
council members Mrs. Louis Glasser (left) and
New Women's
Launched
Federation of Jewish Women's
Organizations was officially launch-
ed last week in colorful ceremonies
at the Algiers hotel.
Installing the first set of offi-
cers, Dr. Benjamin B. Rosenberg,
executive director of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, lauded
the humanitarian services of the
newly-merged organization which
now consists of more than 100 sep-
arate units and nearly 5,000 indi-
vidual members formerly affilated
with Federation's Women's Divis-
ion and the Conference of Jewish
Women's Organizations of Dade
and Broward Counties.
"The beginnings are good," Dr.
Rosenberg said. "These two organ-
izations have earned status, re-
spect, and following. The new Fed-
eration of Jewish Women's Organ-
izations is built to serve and help
others," he declared.
Dr. Rosenberg commended the
Women's Division of Federation
for its remarkable feat of rais-
ing more than $1.5 million in the
past ton years for the Combined
Jewish Appeal, and for educa-
ting its leadership in a realiza-
tion of tha total community's
health and welfare needs.
Quoting from the opening prayer
which was delivered by Mrs. Sam-
uel Simonhoff, Dr. Rosenberg ask-
ed the 150 key leaders in the room
to "build for ourselves a structure
of service not. one of self aggran-
dizement."
Mrs. Jean C. Lehman was in-
stalled as president and Mesdames
Bernard Stevens, Milton Sirkin,
Aaron Farr and Dorothy K. Fink
as vice presidents. Mrs. Irwin Liss
is recording secretary, and Mrs.
Louis Glasser, Mrs. Irving Lehr-
man, and Mrs. Harry Rogers are
members of the advisory council.
Chairman of the day was Mrs.
Morris Goldin.
Nrs. Alexander Robbins, of the
nominating committee, presented
the slate of officers, substituting
for Mrs. Max Dobrin, chairman.
Accepting the gavel as first
president ot the augmented service
group, Mrs. Lehman called upon
all constituent organizations "to as-
sume a vibrant role in the coming
year" and "to make the Federa-
tion of Jewish Women's Organiza-
tions a vital force in the commun-
Among guests of honor at the in-
stallation social were Mrs. Charles
chairman of the Metro-
MISS IJHU STARK
Mrs. Irving Lehrman. Seated are Mrs. Harry
Rogers, of advisory council; vice president
Mrs. Aaron Farr; recording secretary Mrs.
Irwin Liss; and vice president Mrs. Bernard
Stevens. ?
She Attends <
Phi Sig Confab
Mrs. Joseph Klein, 1335 Cortez,
Coral Gables, newly-eleeted presi-
dent of the Greater Miami alum-
nae chapter of Phi Sigma Srgina
sorority, is attending the 29th na-
tional biennial convention this
week in Atlantic City, N.J.
Attending the convention with
Mrs. Klein are Mrs. Robert Rosen,
president of national division IV,
and Mrs. Victor Reiter.
Mrs. Rudolph K a m p 1534 An-
cona, Coral Gables, was elected,
corresponding secretary for the
coming year.
The annual project for the local
alumnae group is cerebral palsy.
A fund-raising luncheon fashion
show is sponsored annually.
Leading Woman Conductor on Podium
Of UM Summer Symphony Sunday Eve
Miss Ethel Stark, one of the few
women symphonic conductors in
the United States and Canada, and
Giulio Gari, leading tenor of the
Metropolitan Opera Assn., will ap-
pear with the University of Miami
Summer Symphony Orchestra dur-
ing the season's third pop concert
at the Miami Beach Auditorium
Sunday.
Miss Stark, as permanent con-
ductor of the Montreal (Canada)
Phillips Talks
To Sisterhood
Owen Phillips, director of the Co-
conut Grove Playhouse, was feat-
ured speaker at a luncheon given
by the North Dade Jewish Center
Sisterhood, honoring Mrs. Anna H.
Popiel, Wednesday noon at the
Center.
Rabbi Henry Okolica presented
Mrs. Popiel with a gift as a token
of appreciation for her contribu-
tions to the Center.
Rabbi Alexander Gross, of the
Hebrew Academy, gave the invoca-
tion at this final luncheon meeting
of the season.
politan Division of the United
Fund.
The program included a musical
parody featuring Mrs. Dorothy
Falick and Mrs. Arnold PerlsU'in,
with oii0i:ial lyrics by Mrs. Tiixie
Livin.
Women's Symphony Orchestra, is
one of the few internationally
known musicians who has main-
tained a top reputation as both
virtuoso violinist and symphuiiic
orchestra conductor.
Giulio Gari won marked success
with the Havana (Cuba) Symphony
Orchestra under Leopold Stokow-
ski's direction, and also in presen-
tation of Kodaly's "Psalmus Hun-
garicus' at Carnegie Hall. He
made his official debut in 1945
with the New York City Opera
Company in the "Flying Dutch-
man."
Miss Stark will direct the Uni-
versify of Miami Summer Sym-
phony in Mozart's "Marriagt of
Figaro Overture," "L'Arlosionna
Suit* No. i" by Bixot, Strauss'
"Emperor Waltx," and many
other popular selections.
Gari will be heard singing Puc-
cini's "Recondita Armonia," from
Tosca, D'Hardelot's "Because,"
Leoncavello's "Vesti la Giubba,"
from Pagliacci, and a composition
entitled "If You Could Know."
from the pen of the late Arnold
Volpe. originator and founder of
the University of Miami Sym-
phony.
Miss Stark is returning for her
second appearance during the pop
series, having scored a rousing suc-
cess in her conductorial debut here
last year. This will mark -Gari'i
third appearance with the Univer-
sity ci Miami Summer Symphony
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dy-elected officers! of Beth Israel Sister- man: Irvino firhwrn*. ~.
d at recent installation luncheon in Royal H UuTLiSnn r'h ?ng P0res,dJen,; and
ngarian restaurant are seated (left to right) SwTftS ccST f^S. ?
James Henry Wemick. installing officer; cSSSS^^Z?TS^ I ft*
[urice Weinman, first vice president; Isa- urer S pZIT ^', Grcudan. treas-
EVnedman. honorary president; Hany m! ^ Weiss aTlo'enK^1 SeCre'ary; t Cke;
Cpxesident; Harry Schwartz donor chair- retoy ^ Munay' recordma 8ec"
>w Americans Express Thanks
Americans living in Miami
Iweek expressed their appro
pn to the friends and agencies
(helped them in recent years.
ifonction in the auditorium of
El Synagogue, some 200
Ibers of the New American
Social Club raised $250 for
ombined Jewish Appeal Res-
hind.
pirman of the affair, Chemja
pbiowsky. personally deliver
check to Dr. Morris Good-
CJA campaign chairman,
"1 wish it was more, be-
[we know how refugees feel."
iidtnt of the social group it
Drevich, who disclosed
[ mombors include refu-
dijplaced persons from
tlovakia. Hungary, Poland
lands of oppression,
iv come to this area sine*
b were aided by the UJA and
[constituent agencies in reach-
man shores and,in find
ew homes, jobs anT a? new
Greater Miami.
leal program featured Is-
s by Mrs. Ray Berman,
soprano, daughter of Golembiow-
sky. Rabbi Leo Heim, of the Hia-
leah-Miami Springs Jewish Center,
spoke briefly on the responsibil-
ities of new Americans. He re-
cently received an award from the
National Council of Jewish Women
for outstanding achievement in the
community as a new American.
Dance music was supplied by Selig
Golen.
Beach Teacher
Off to Seminar
Mrs. Eva Martinez, instructor in
Mathematics at Miami Beach Sen-
ior High School, has been awarded
a special scholarship to attend a
seminar on "financial institutions"
at the school of business of Flor-
ida State University, Tallahassee.
Jack D. Gordon, president of
Washington Federal Savings and
Loan Assn., which awarded the
scholarship, said the seminar will
run from June 16 to July 3 and
be under the direction of Dr. Rob-
ert E. Earnest, professor of fi-
nance at Florida State.
'The seminar is designed to help
North Shore Summer Camp
Opens with Record Enrollment
North Shore Jewish Center open-
ed the second season of its sum-
mer day camp with a record en-
rollment of children from 3 to 6.
Under qualified and trained
teachers, the tiny tots are given
a full day's summer activity pro-
gram in addition to a strengthened
religious bond.
Mrs. Hope Herman, director of
the camp, is assisted by Mrs. Jo-
seph Grunwald and Mrs. George
Siegel, teachers i n t h e religious
school of the Center.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz super-
vises the overall religious program
for the children.
familiarize high school teachers
from across the state with the role
of the financial institutions in their
communities, and with recent de-
velopments in thrift and home fi-
nance," Gordon said.
Plans for the special seminar
were developed by the Florida
Savings and Loan League, state
trade organization for the savings
and loan business, which has its
1 headquarters in Orlando.
SUMMER'S HERE ... BE SURE TO TREAT YOUR FAMILY TO SOME
DELICIOUS COLD MEALS
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BB Women Plan
Gala Weekend
B'nai B'rith Women of Miami
are planning a gala weekend affair
at the Empress hotel beginning
anytime Saturday, June 28, and
ending anytime Sunday, June 29.
There will be a banquet dinner
served Salurday night, with dan-
cing and a floor show following in
the Regency room.
Sunday morning breakfast-brunch
will be served concluding with a
cocktail party between 5 and 6 p.m.
Chaise
inc
Reservations are open to all mem-
bers of B'nai B'rith chapters and
lodges, and are limited and based
on first come first served. In
charge of reservations are the
Mesdames B. Birchansky, M. Ham-
mer, and M. Lipson.
Collins Speaks
For Lawyers
Miami attorney Ephraim Collins
responded in behalf of newly-ad-
mitted members when the oath
was administered to new members
of the Florida Bar June 9 in Talla-
hassee.
Of 231 candidates in the Bar ex-
amination, 106 passed. Collins was
called upon by the Chief Justice
of the Florida Supreme Court.
Collins completed his law studies
at the University of Miami, after
receiving his AB degree at New
York University.
He became a Miamian following
his return from service in 1955 *iih
the U.S. Army. He will be connect-
ed with the firm of David Gold-
man, Ainsley bldg., Miami.
Collins was recently elected a
vice president of the Miami-Gables
Zionist District. He lives with his
bride of several monthts at 8286
SW 7th st.
Berkowitz is President
Philip Berkowitz has assumed
the presidency of Beth El Congre-
gation, officials of 'he congregation
announced Wednesday.
Berkowitz succeeus outgoing
president Sidney H. Palmer, the
announcement said. The rest of
the congregation's roster of offi-
cers remains the same.
Junior Hadassah
Elects Officers
Miriam Rushall has been elected
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Other officers are Harriet Fried-
man, Janice Hechter and Mildred
Sendell.
Paula Misheloff is corresponding
secretary and Miriam Kaminsky,
treasurer. ,
Major project of the club is Meir
Shefayah, children's village in Is-
rael. Other projects include the
Combined Jewish Appeal and Cere-
bral Palsy.
Officers will be installed Sunday
evening at the home of Miss Janice
Hechter, 700 W. 47th St., Miami
Beach.
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!"****"*'' 'eto Khrushchev Statement
OKDON (JTA) A broadcast
Radio Moscow this wek contra-
I recent statements by Nikita
ushcliev that there are virtu-
| no Jews in Birobijan, the Jew-
nu <*-----------------
I wtonomous region established
by the USSR in the late 1920s
Among the statements by Khrush-
chev, who publicly lamented the
Jews lack of interest in Birobijan
was one to the effect that all thai
wu left in Yiddish in that region
were the railroad signs.
The Moscow broadcast featured
an interview with Solomon Cure-
viten whom it identified as a fore-
man in a Birobijan automobile
Plant. Speaking in Yiddish, "his
native tongue," Gurevitch painted
a picture of a thriving Jewish com-
munity with an active Yiddish cul-
ture.
The broadcast said that 60 per-
cent of the region's population was
Jewish, that its two official langu-
ages were Yiddish and Russian,
and both are used by the local
newspapers and radio stations. A
new library containing 2,000 Yid-
dish volumes has been established
and named for Sholom Aleichens,
the broadcaster said.
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Jose 2ft 1958
J*ri**n**ltorJ
Morcia Jervis Beomes Mrs. Lewis
Kanner in Rites at Temple Israel
MUs Marcia Jervis and Mr. Lew- brid, ,arael
bnde. was maid of honor. Christa
7-1
j M Kanner were" mwried' &m."
day June 15, at T LJJ
Rabb. Joseph Narot performS
fowed Wnm"y' Which fol-
lowed by a reception.
.?ew^id5.isthedau WerofMr.
and Mrs. Perry Jervts 4 Ce. Cy *" "^'"eluded Malcolm
n Bene Isle. lanil '^^ 2^^**!-% "2
Kanner. sister-in-law of the eroom"
maids. A1 Jervh was junjor
bridesmaid. Richard Kanner. bro-
ther of the groom, was best man.
1 ushers included Malcolm
Beach. The
groom s parents are Mr. and Mrs
Aaron M Kanner. 32 -hore Bav Heights. Miami ""
Miss Natalie Jervis. sister of the
She Merries
Medical Student
PrIS"n r"" Lu3'Sarte" and ...
rred IX Brown were married Sun- of French imported illusion
day. June 15. at the North Shore1 The bride is a grSe' of the
2 R a b b i M a y e r i University of Florida and a mem-
;:lrS^':30 5" -!' ^onora,' a^v^e
f>Kii ^. i_ ------------"u.'iu.j, rail-
chell Cohen and Richard Wasser-
man.
The bride wore a princess linp
chantilly lace gown, featuring an
empire waist with trim of peau de
soie panels down the back The
very full skirt terminated into a
chapel train. The neckline was en-
hanced with seed pearls. Her pearl
crown with drop pearls was held
place with a double-tiered veil
p.m ceremony, which was follow-
ed by a reception and dinner.
The bride is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs. A. Lustgarten. 1080 NE
151st st. Mr. Browns parents are
Mr. and Mrs. A. Brown. 543 NE
76th st., Miami.
Miss Beverly Ifolin was maid of
Werner Kahn honor, and Larry Lustgarten, the
(MM. IFVW KANNU
brother, served as best
bride's
man.
The bridal gown of white chan-
tilly lace trimmed with pearls fea-
tured a sabrina neckline, long
sleeves and a beaded ballerina i
bouffant skirt with teardrop chan-i
tilly lace. Her French illusion veil'
was held in place by a Queen Anne
crown. She carried a bouquet of
white roses and lilies-of-the-v alley
on a white lace-covered Bible.
Mrs. Brown is a graduate of Mi-
ami Senior High and attended the
University of Florida. She is a
member of Delta Phi Epsilon
sorority.
The groom is a graduate of Mi-
ami Edison Hiuh. He attended the
University of Florida and is now at
the University of Maryland school
of medicine.
After a tour through the South-
ern states, the couple will reside
at 3822 Ridgecroft rd.. Baltimore,
Md.
president of Alpha Epsilon Phi so-
rority.
Mr. Kanner, whose father is pres-
ident of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, is a graduate of the
l Diversity of Florida law school
He is a member of Tau Epsilon
Phi social fraternity and of Tau
Epsilon Rho legal fraternity. He
is a certified public accountant and
will practice law in Miami.
The couple will reside at 1503 S\V
2nd ave., Miami.
Werner Kahti
Mi. mo mown
Executive Board Meets
Executive board of the Greater
Miami chapter, National Nephrosis
Foundation, met Tuesday at the
Dupont Tarleton hotel. Mrs. Henry
Green, chairman, presided. Re-
ports were presented by Mrs. Mau-
rey L. Ashmann. membership
I chairman. Mrs. Robert Yolken.
I cortisone bank chairman, and Mrs.
: Tracy B. Hare, editor and ptrlia-
I mentarian.
Candlelight Rites
For Marlins
In a double ring candlelight cere-
mony Sunday, June 15, Miss Judith
Eilen Rosenblum became the bride
of Robert Michael Marlin. Rabbi
Leon Kromsh officiated in the 2
p.m. vows at the Eden Roc hotel.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. David Rosenblum. 9301
E. Bay Harbor dr. The groom's
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mar-
lin. 5931 N. Bay rd.
The bride wore an Italian white
silk shantung formal gown featur-
ing a fitted bodice of alencon lace,
cap sleeves and voluminous skirt
touching the floor. Her short
white gloves complemented the
outfit. She carried a cascade of
white orchids and lily-of-the-valley
on her paternal grandmother's
Bible.
Her four-tiered French illusion
veil fell from a cap of matching
lace. Her ring was the same gold
band used by her maternal grand-
HAIR STYLIST
Formerly of the Eden Hoc
THE OPENING OF HIS SALON
AT THE NEW
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16375 COLLINS AVE.
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Orah Chapter
Installs Officers
Orah chapter of Mizrachi Women
installed officers Tuesday at the
Deauvillc hotel.
Mrs. Emanuel Karger. national
representative of Mizrachi Women,
acted as installing officer.
Installed were the Misses Lucille
Brown, president; Blanche Gold-
stein, vice president; Helen Block,
treasurer; Esta Karpell. financial
secretary: and Joan Cantor, re-
cording secretary.
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DO YOU WANT TO SHARE
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Newly formed Conservative
Congregation, Miami r,
SEEKS RABBI-TEACHER
Leadership and organizational
ability required. Wrlto Mr. R,
P.O. Box 2973, Miami 18, Fla.
MRS. RONALD FRIEDMAN
Friedmans Will
Live in Miami
Linda Mainster became Mrs.
Ronald M. Friedman in 7:38 p.m.
rites June 14 at the Algiers hotel.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz offici-
ated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Murray D. Mainster,
10221 E. Broadview dr., Bay Har-
bor Islands. The groom is the m
of Mrs. Alex Pomerantz, I860
Cleveland rd., Miami Beach.
The bride chose a taffeta and
thautilly lace gown, featuring a
Jiortrait neckline with brief sleeves,
ull skirt and cathedral train.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Roslyn
Koerner. Susan Bernard, cousin,
of the bride, and Jayne Pomerantz,
the groom's sister, were junior
bridesmaids.
Stanley Friedman acted as best
man for his brother. Ushers in-
cluded Mike Pascal, Mark MU-
eram, Steven Mainster and Sheldon
Sbar.
The bride attends the University
of Miami, where she majors in
education. Her husband attended
the University of Iowa, where he
was affiliated with Alpha Epsilon
Pi fraternity.
Following a honeymoon in Mex-
ico, the couple will be at home at
3042 SW 3rd ave., Miami.
mother and mother on their wed-
ding days.
Maid of honor for her sister was
Phyllis Joan Rosenblum. Brides-
maids were Arlene Milgrom, Lois
Kahn, Michele Kulick and Dorothy
Moss. Sister of the groom, Renee
Marlin, acted as flower girl, and
Beverly Feldstein and Joan Edel-
stein were in charge of the guest
book.
Kenny Marlin was best man for
his brother. Barry Marlin, Bob
Bercnbaum and Harry Hoffman
were ushers.
The couple are high school
sweethearts. Mrs. Marlin attend-
ed the University of Alabama,
where she was a member of Sigma
Delta Tau sorority. Mr. Marlin
was a student at the University of
Florida and affiliated with Tau Ep-
silon Pi fraternity.
The couple are spending their
honeymoon in Nassau. Upon their
return, they will make their home
in Bayshore, L.I.. where Mr. Mar-
lin is in business.
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Arthur Saluk
Ihur Jay. son of Mr. and Mrs.
ge Saluk. 2255 6W 24th ter.,
will become Bar Mitzvah
bg Saturday morning services,
21, of Beth David Congrega-
Lbbi Yaakov Rosenberg will of-
jte. with Cantor William Lipson
jering the musical portions of
[liturgy.
thur, who will be entering the
..^lille at Shenandoah Junior
School in September, has
active in the school's intra-
program, as well as a mem-
[ the school band, where he
saxophone. He has attended
us school at Beth David for
tars.
ilu-h in his honor will be
by his parents following the
e. Out-of-town guests will in-
Arihur's maternal grand-
s, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Born-
of Paterson, N.J., and his
Mritual Leader
Commission
ibi Mayer Abramowitz, of
Shore Jewish Center, has
appointed a member of the
ntive council and the Comnns-
oo Jewish Education of that
Kintal Assemble of America,
jtialion of some 700 rabbis
lighout the U.S. affiliated with
ervative coagWtfsiftns.
jibbi AbramowiU was named
so:t at a* meeting of the
bcil at the Jewish Theoretical
nary of American in New
City.
ilaincd by the Jewish Theolo-
Seminary. Rabbi Abramowitz
esidtnt of the Jewish National
of Greater Miami and past
Went of the North Shore Zion-
'istrict. He is at present
kembtr of the Committee on
Mi Law and Standards of the
bmbly.
great-aunt. Mrs. Sadie Zinstein,
Jersey City, N.J.

Leslie Pa.rlst.in
The Bar Mitzvah of Leslie Pearl-
stein will be celebrated during
Saturday morning services, June
21. of Tifereth Israel Northside
u,eL Rabbi Araham Herson
will officiate.
Leslie is the son of Mr. and Mrs
Theodore Pearlstein, 1050 NW 33rd
st., Miami.
He will participate in the ser-
vices Friday evening, as well as
offer the Haftorah reading Satur-
day.
Leslie has been a student at
Tifereth Israel religious school for
the past five years. He will enter
eighth grade at Robert E. Lee
Junior High School in September,
where he plays cornet in the Con-
cert and Marching Bands.
Oneg Shabbat will follow the Fri-
day service and Kiddush the Sat-
urday service in Leslie's honor.

Lh Fltish.r
North Shore Jewish Center will
be the scene of the Bar Mitzvah
Saturday, June 21, of Lee Fleisher.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Irv-
ing Fleisher, 1300 S. Biscayne pt.
rd., Miami Beach.
Babbi Mayer Abramowitz will
officiate. Lee is a student in the
religious school of the Center and
attends Nautilus Junior High.

Ira Zager
Ir Zager, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Cart Zager, IBM) NE 178th ter.. N.
Miami Beach, will become Bar
Mitzvah Saturday morning, June
21, at Monticelio Park Jewish Cen-
ter.
Ira, who is a student at North
Miami Beaca Junior High Sehool,
attends religious school at Monti-
cello Park.
Reception and dinner will honor
Ira at the Deauville hotel after
the Bar Mitzvah ceremony.
Cliftora Goodman
Saturday morning services, June
21, of Temple Emanu--El will wit-
ness the Bar Mitzvah of Clifford,
son of Mr. and Mrs. David C. Good-
man.
Dr. Marius Ranson will officiate
in the absence of Dr. Irving Lehr-
man.
Clifford is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Nautilus School, and an un-
usually talented artist whose work
has won wide acclaim.
Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Finley,
Clifford's aunt and uncle of Niagra
Kails, N.Y., will attend the Bar
Mitzvah with their daughters.
.
Mark Kanov
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will
officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of
Mark Kanov Saturday, June 21, at
North Shore Jewish Center.
Mark is the son of Mr. Theodore
Kanov, 7545 Bounty ave., Miami
Beach.
A student at the religious school
of the Center, he attends Nautilus
Junior High.
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Steven Barter
Steven Ber-ger will become Bar
Mitzvah Saturday morning, June
21, at Temple Bmanu-El. Br.
Marius Ranson will officiate in the
absence of Dr. Irving Lehrman.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Ber-
ger, Steven is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Nautilus School and at-
tends Temple Emanu-El religious
school.
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DENVER, Colo-Mrs. Fannie E
Lorber, 77, founder and pre" den,
for over a b.lf-century ,)f E
world- amed Jewish Nauonal Home
for AhmaUe Children at Denver
4ied June 9 after a brief illness '
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LEGAL NOTICE
MS. fAMNK 10MM
HOBERT 4E. 4SALKIN
lies manager for Adams Engi-
ne i'n, died June 11. Mr. Salkln.
i lived at 12S1 S7th at., Bay Harbor
nd, caaje fronnNew Rochelle, N.Y.,
yearsago. Surviving are Ms wife,
Mel a daughter. Elisabeth; and
| Robert, jr.; and his father, Abra-
Servlces and burial were In
York, with Rlveralde-Beach Me-
al Chanel. Normandy Isle. In
ire of local arrangements.
HYMEN BELSON
pf 1008 NE 113th at.. 1Mnyne Park,
(June '.' He was a manufacturer
ill-- sportswear and came to Ml-
el(ht years afro from Boh ton. Sur-
tf art' his wife. Rose, ami a bm-
. Services were June 11 at River-
|-llra<'h Memorial Chapel. Alton
Kith burial In tiraceland Memorial
The JNHAC medical and re
Lorber came ~t T1.T' "rs' Se?rch Pr8rs are supporled
Denver Tim ^SKjSS SO***""* VOiUt*"V S5E
saw stasis asi/at-s""
dren of the tuberculous needy Mrs
Lorber, with a group of other Den-
ver^women, founded the National
? prasiaW ct the No-
saial Horn, in |*07, position
* ws rMtocHd to for SO ew>
a*4J*i*a yesrs, Mrs. LorWr and
I fj-*i-l land oe.r th. *,.,*
I J!!* **'>' Maintains. Now
btifldinaa war* constructed on
Mils site to house the increasing
*d children needing the
's aarvicas.
GEORGE CABITT
.elty salesninn. died June 9. He
_ hi r- live years ago from Boston
( I ;tl 1*570 James ave. There
10 tonal survivor a. ilraveslde ser-
vers JuBa 11 at Star of David
istery, with Newman-.,,.iil,>n
iral Home In charge of local ar-
Kaiinls,
SAMUEL OLONOFF
gf > Eiielfcl ave.. died June 10 II.
to Mi.uui 27 yeara ago from
kjkh/n and was retired from the
m* industry, -th-rvtmre Inrhfde
*].> Ray, and a brother. Services
June 11 at Ulvers4de.il. a. h Me-
Chapel, Washington ave.. with
al in Mt Hlnal Cemetery.
ROBERT M. STERN
pi 1W) SW 21at at., died duaed He
in ill lu-alth for some time. Mi
rno owned a children's -wear
I here. .nut to Miami seven years
He previously operated stores for
ksars In the New York area. He
the Toddle Town Kiddle Shop
>*' rtasrler at. Me was a -meni-
Temi.lv Feaach Tlkvah And
khts of Pythkss. Survivors include
life, Anna. t daugkAer, Mrs aUi-
Pemeraats. 4*o sSsSers ut a
r. Services and burial were In
York, with local arrangements by
on Funeral Home.
, MRS. SARAH MOIDAFSKY
fa Miami Beach resident for the
\ M year*, died June A. She came
s te>m New York f"IWr and lived at
jMlchw.in ve. Survivors include
I husband. Abe; a on. JPavid Mol-
I; brother ana two grandchildren.
Tlceswere June t at Riverside-
NEWMAN-
In J940, Mrs. Lorber guided the
Home's change of emphasis and Its
facilities were converted for the
treatment of children afflicted with
intractable asthma, the severest
form of this illness, in the over
hatf-eentury leadership of Mrs.
Lorber the National Home's mod-
est beginnings expanded to IV/i
acres with modem dormitories and
full hospital facilities.
Free, nationwide and non-sectar-
ian, the National Home opened its
doors for the treatment of intract-
able asthmatic chidrcn. Mrs. Lor-
ber traveled many hundreds of
thousands of miles throughout the
country enlisting support for the
National Home and the severely
sick children it served. She organ
ized chapters and auxiliaries in vir-
tually every state in the country.
Mrs. Lorber, active to the time
a* her death, lived to see the
start of the National Home's
Beach Memorial Chapel, with burial in
Mt. SJinal Cemetery.
JOHN ROSEN
5, of 16*61 NE n ave.. died June S
at his home. He came to Miami five
years ago from Paterson, N.J. Sur-
viving are his wife, Effle; g daughter,
Mrs. Marian Minknff, and two grand-
children. Services were June 9 at
Gordon Funeral Home, wish burial In
Mt. Nehp Cemetery.
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MARSHALL $. UCHHtl
0. 625 Mea-isea Avawaa
Maw !,, sj.r.
SAMUEL HALPERN
70. retired owner of s paakage store,
died June 7. He came here from New
York City five years ago and lived at
810 7th at. He Is survived by his wife,
Anna: and three daughters. Mrs. Rita
Masur, Mis- Jiaiher Margolin and Mrs.
etue Mendelsohn Services and burial
were In New York, with local arrange-
ments by Riverside- Beach Memorial
Chapel.
LOUIS KAUFMAN
M. of 78'.;) Wayne ave.. h resident here
eix vears. coming from New York,
died Jim- B. Survivors Include his
wife. Bather: six slstere. Including
Mrs. Anna Ziniiiiernmri Mrs. BM
l.i* and Mi- Helen I'raun. Miami
Heiuli. u brother. Bernard Hervloea
hi,.I burial were in New Vork. with
local arrangements by Newman-Uer-
don funeral Home.
Chddrw,', AaHww. Saw.reh In-
tftute #nd Hospitsl, which will
> davatad to the basic and clin-
ical study of .srhms and other
pulmonary functions in children.
_.. 'JOTICE UNDER
Krwir.CJ,T,0 N*E LAW
.hN?T!rB1 '* MKREBY GIVEN that
he undersigned, desiring to engage In
Amk?alK-J!f' ""'tlous name of
41.^ k,,BB^VTT "A'-ON at U. West
SSS'* "orW "ends to register the
aid awme with the Clerk of the Clr-
Ti.J.urt of. de County. Florida.
da?"o^dJnn,e,,,it8m, >'",rlUa ,h'8 ith
ISECrRPTY TRUST COMPANY,
rustee
y Paul D. Barns, Jr.
6/15-20-27,7/4
_ NOTICE UNDER
-, FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HKREBY CIVEN that
ttie undersigned, desiring to engage m
r,',""if^ "n PLAYniRI, BEAUTY SALON at 9562
Hay Harbor Terrace, Bay Harbor 1s-
laruls, Floiida intends to register ssld
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
t.ourt of Dude County. Florida.
6^-20-27,7/4 MAKY KATZ
NOTICE UNDER
riCTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVIEN that
the undersigned, desiring t.. engage in
business under the fictitious name of
AMY'S ;it 1". 17 Washington Avenue,
Miami Beach, Kla., Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Coanty. PlorSla.
AMY yi:miny
S/20-27, 7/4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY tJIVEaJ that
the undersigned, desiring t.. encage in
business under the fictitious num. ol
MIAMI ALCAZAR MOTOR COURT at
1124ft Biscayne Blvd., Miami, Florida
Intend to register said name with the
clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
ROSE KAPLAN
RUDOLPH KAPLAN
ROBERT GOLDEN
Attorney for Rudolph Kaplan and
Rose Kaplan
6/20-27, 7/4-J1 ____
SUMMER
CAMP
SITE
Plus, lakefront home,
Highlands Co., near Sa-
bring. 3Vg acres oak grove,
meadow, and sbeam. On
large sand bottom lake,
paved road.
Excellent spot for cottages
or trailer park.
PRICED TO SELL
For particulars, dial
JE 1-7177
or write owner,
R. H. WOtuMAN,
Rt. 1. Box 120,
Avon Park. Florida
IEANS
TWs $,.*.
WVlefc Are
CevtMiewaa
(OSHER :
Wetcfcfe.ft
YeM
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF MIAMI
COMMON STOCK RIGHTS
BOUGHT SOLD QUOTED
R. S. Dickson & Company. Jc.
AW$UY BIDG. J****- -i
r T s"^ICKS0N 4 C0MPAMY, INC
1 AIMSLEY BLDG.. SUITE 802 |
PLEASE sSS?" STATISTICAL SURVEY OF
R.ST NATIONAL BANK OF M.AML
Lorber, pioneer Denver business-
man, in 1900. He died in 1954.
LEGAL NOTICE
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORiDA
I-vt:V'I'T" w""-'i THESK r'REK-
r.NTS fcHAI.I, ( i M I: (;REETIN<1S:
t,..,.',','" Ll;" ''':. Ji:. mi.wii
lA'li. FLORIDA; URACE W
PORTMAN, MIAMI BBACH, H.. n:-
iftV.M,S-\'!A M BTOS1E. MIAMI
Hl-.At II, Fl.oRm.\ ,u,i n 2:,,ri
day or June. .D. IMS, oaaae to he In-
11 rporated under ihe provisions of the
eneral .'ornorstloii Isw of the m.,i.
of Florida MAIN C-DRIVE-1T INc
a corporation, with it., prlnoipal place
of business at MIAMI, DADE rotTN-
T> In the State of Florida, mid where-
as tin- proper officers of such .orpora-
f June. AJ)
lsoS. cause to be tiled in the oltlce "f
the Seeratarv of state ,>f the mat* !
Worlds, a duly authenticated resolu-
tion adopted by the stockholders un-
der the provisions of said Chapter Bag,
Horida Statutes, showing the dissolu-
tion of enrh corporation.
Now. therefore, the Secretary pf
State does hereby certify to the fore-
going and that he Is satisfied that the
requirements of law have been com-
piled with.
IN WITNESS WHREOF. I have
hereunto set my hand and have
affixed the Great Seal of the State
of Florida, at Tallahassee, the
Capital, this the NINTH day of
JtWE. A.D. 1958.
<"al) R. A. QRAT.
6/20/58. ~ecrary of^tate
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN ANB FOR OAOE COUMTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 43606-A
In RE: Estate of
WILLIAM THOMPSON CREEN
a/k/a W. T. GREEN
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
qalMd tn present any claims and de-
mands which you may have aaasnsl
the estate ,< WILLIAM THdMltinN
8REEN a/k/a W. T. GREEN de-
ceased late of Dade County. Kl<*-lda.
i" the County Judges of Dade County,
and fHe the same In their offices In
the Cnunty Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within eight calendar
months Crnin the date of the first pub-
lication hereof, or the same will be
barred.
MAUD THOMPSON- GREEN, As
Executrix of I^ist Will and
Testament of William Thompson
Green k/a w. t < iraan,
MYERS, HEIUAN A KAPLAN
Hy: Ixmls Helman
Attorneys for Executrix
ISO B.W. 1st strict
Miami. Florida
I -'"-.'7. 7/4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HrHtK-KY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring tn engage in
business under the fictitious name of
NORTHWEST CONCRETE CO. at
14580 N.W Mih Avenue. Opa J.ocka
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
COLEMAN CONCRETE, TNC.
a Fla. Corp
MARX M. FABER
Attorney ifor Applicant
1612 Congress Bldg.
6/13-20-27, 7/4
IN THE COUNTY- JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 43674-B
In Re: ESTATE OK
Jl'UUS A. SIEGED a/k/a
J. A SIEGEL,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO Of44***
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against SaW
Estate: .
You. and each of you are hereby
nntlfled and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of vou. may have against the.
estate of JULlUS A. SIEGED, a/k/a
J. A. SIKCHl, deceased late of I Mil.
i mint v. Florida, to the Honorable
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the same In their offices In the
J'.iuntv Courthouse In Dade County,
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication
nd claims or demands t..
contain the legal address or the ciaim-
and and to be sworn to and presented
as aforesaid? or same will be barred.
action 733.16 of the 1945 Probate
Date June 9, A.D. 195S.
MILTON It. MANNHKIMER
As EJtecutoi of the Estate of
JII.I1S A KIECEI* a/k/a J. A.
SIECEI.. l'e,c,1.-o,t
KOVNER & MANNHEIMER
By: W.ilt.-i C. Kovner
Attorney for Executor
First publication on June 13, !>>>.
6/13-20-27, 7/4
NOTICE -Y-f*4*SL40ATtON
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
50Ut*TY rN ttHAMBBHY,
No. S8C4S30
IULIUS SZABO,
Plaintiff,
ELIZABETH SZABO,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ELIZABETH SZABO
17 Suler Street
New Brunswick. New Jersey
You ELISABETH SZAHO are here-
hv notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Plmrce hai been filed against you.
ami vou at* required to serve a copy
O? vmir Answer or 1 MoaadIng to the
Hill of Cmmdalnt on the plaintiffs. At-
V Flacler Street, Miami. El'.ti.l.i
d file the original Answer or I Iead-
,g In the offlos of th Circuit Court on or before the I .'tn
,l:v ,.. July. 1958. If you fall t.. ...so.
iiulKin.-nt by default will be i..k. n
llelnsf you for the relief demanded
in the Pill of Complaint.
This n.'li.e shall he published once
.in week- ( four ooaaeeutWa weeks
THBJEWISH PLOR1DIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
th day of June, A.D.
LEATNE4RMA
Cliiult Court. Dade County Florida
(seal! !'' A 'h-AKI' ,
(seal) **> apuU Clerk
6/20-27,7/4-11
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 43729 A
In RE: Eatate of
BRIC T. (iLASER,
I uc ased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims ami de-
mands which you mat have against
th. estate of ERiC T, <;i.ASEI: ile-
reaaad late of Dude County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Hade Coun-
ty, and file the .same in i.-
in the County Courthouse in Dajde
County. Florida, within eight calendar
months from the date of the first
publication hereof, or the same will l>a
burred.
MJCRTA CIS, Administratrix of
the Estate of Krl r, Deceased
KIRT WELDISCH
Attorney
1414-17 Congrees Building
Miami. Florida
6/6-13-20-27
NOTiCE BY PUBLICATION
tN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELKVE-NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 4F
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. N CHANCERY,
No. S8CS092
MARGIE J. IACOBUCCI,
Plaintiff.
vs. '[
NICHOLAS A. IACOBUCCI.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: NICHOLAS A. IACOBUCCI ..;
2031 Ryan Avenue
Cincinnati. Ohio
You. Nicholas A. Iacobuccl, are here*
by notified that a Bill of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against you.
and you are required to serve a eppy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of "Complaint on the plaintiff's
Attorneys. RICHMOND & WoI.I-'SON.
one Lincoln Road Illdg., Miami Reach,
Florida, and file the original Answer
of, Pieadlapr in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
22nd day of July. 1958. If you fail to
do so. Judgment by default will bo
taken against you for the relict de-
manded In the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND OR PER El) at Miami,
Florida, this 18th day of June. A.D-
1958. 3
fit P.. 1.EATHBRM-AN. Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
(seal) B) : L. BNEEDEN,
Deputy Clerk
6/20-27. 7/4-11
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. S8C5S1
SIDNEY HANDWEILER. ,
Plaintiff.
vs.
ELSIE HANDWEILER.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ELSIE HANDWEILER
156.2 Oc*aji Avenn.
Brooklyn, New York
You. Elsie Hatidweller, are here-
by aotlfled that a B4I1 ef Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against you.
and you are ran aired to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on the plaiiitHfs
Attorneys, RICHMOND & WOLl'soS.'.
One Lincoln Road Bldg.. Miami Heah.
Florida, and /lie the original AnSar
or eleadlnr m Ihe office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or "before tile
2pnd day of July. 18S8. If-you fail to
do so. Judgment 4>y defatttt- will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice ahall be published onee
each seeek fer four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 18th day Of June, A.D.
"* E. B. LBATHBHMAN, Clerk.'
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida.
(seal) By: U SNEEDKN,
. Deputy Clerk
S/20-27. 7/4-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 43730-B
In Re: ESTATE OF .
ARTHUR IIERP.ST
1 >. ased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors anil All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Agalnsl Bud
Batata: '
You. and each of you are hereby
notified and required to presnil any
claims and demands which you, Or
either of vou. may have agalnsl the
estate of ARTHUR 1IKROST deceas-
ed late nf Dade County. Florida, to
the Countv Judges of Dade County.
and file the nunr in their offices In
the Countv Courthoisw hi'Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within eight calendar
months from the date of the first pub-
lication hereof, or. the same will be
barred. _
MAC MERMELI,. as Executor
of Me SlaSaH of Arthur Herbal,
I >. i c.lS.il.
STANLEY H. APTE
Attorney
HUB B,tJ". srd Ave., 'Miami S8, Fla.
6/13-20-27. 7/4
4N THE 4XMJ4U*Y JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
Mo. 43Cee-A
In RE: Estate of
MAIRICE SHAW,
I mi eased. _______
NOTkCE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of MAURICE SHAW, de-
ceased I.......I 1>ade County. Florida,
to the County sudges of Dade County,
and file the same in their offic. I in
the Countv Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within eight calendar
months from the date of the first pub-
lication hereof, or the same will bo
'""""r RUSK SHAW .
As Administratrix of the Estate
. Shaw, Dei eased.
HKIMAN a: KAPLAN
...uis Heimsn
foi Administratrix
Eleven MID H-illdlng
r w 1st Mi
Miami. Floiida -
6/6-13-20-27
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