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

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

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLV
Miami, Florida. Friday. October 5, 1956
Price 20tf
S. Seeks To Prevent Israel Participation In Suez Talks At UN
[MPHOWKAitS BRINGS RESULTS
Hun' Money is Key Figure
Nixon's Decision to Switch
I Pete Hotel Accomodations
Ilocal attorney v.:,- a principal factor in Vice President Richard
f5 switching his accomodations from a restricted hotel last week-
i St. Petersburg.
: is George J. Talianoff. president of Florida State B'nai B'rith
tional Anti-Defamation League commissioner.
ilianoff was in SI Petersburg Tuesday night, Sept. 25, to address
I B'nai B'rith lodge. "It was*------------------------------------------------
here on Key Biscayne and that a
phone call to Washington subse-
quently caused Mr. Nixon to move
to the Roncy Plaza on Miami Beach.
"When I got back here Wednes-
Continud on Pag* 2 A
me trip I had made." Talia-
|kj The Jewish Flondian here,
der to discu-s B'nai B'rith's
i eliminating social discrim-
I practices.
lescribed to the St. Peters-
d|e B'nai B'rith leadership
passing of the June, 1955
i law that prohibits the ex-
of 'restricted' signs by
|in our state. A question and
period followed, during
I we man rose In ask why
tsident Nixon planned to
I into the Tides hotel in St.
urg a known restricted
I that very Friday."
juoff responded by indicat- NEW ORLEANS (JTA) Label A. Katz, chair-
iat Miami had had a similar man of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith
Imce with the Vice President' here, sharply condemned Dr. Emmet L. Irwin and the
| four years ago. when be I Citizens' Council of New Orleans for what he termed
into a restricted resort! "a second unwarranted and vicious attack" on the
State Department Urges
Reliance on West to Air
Long-Time Egypt Blockade
WASHINGTON (JTA) The State Department is anxious to pre-
vent Israel's participation in the discussion of the Suez Canal issue at
j the United Nations Security Council, it was learned here Wednesday.
I The discussion is scheduled to start Friday with Foreign Ministers
from the United States, Britain, France and the Soviet Union attending.
I Israel has applied to the Security Council for the right to speak in vu w
of Egypt's blockade of the Suez Canal against Israeli shipping.
The feeling at the State Depart*------------------------------------------------
1 mont is that Israels entrance at this Wetcrn Powers (o safeguard her
juncture into the conflict between ,on.ranKC Suez interest and should
CfORCf TAUANOFf
. routine trip
the Western Powers and Egypt
| would confuse the basic issue and
constitute a handicap for the West.
jThe opinion is expressed in State
Department circles that Israel
1 should at this time rely on the
Citizens' Council Leader Renews Charge;
'False Accusation/ Says New Orleans ADL
Hilt Ml ISTmiSHWG fWfPOM Of HAVIGAHON
Immarskjold Reports on Breakdown
Of Israel-Arab Cease Fire Along Borders
ADL. Earlier, Mr. Katz denied a statement by Dr.
Irwin to the effect that the ADL had been under
suspicion as a possible Communist-front organization.
In his reply to the Citizens' Council leader's1
second set of charges against the B'nai B'rith unit.
------------------?Mr. Katz scored Dr. Irwin for bad
faith, saying that "he knows as
well as we do that his false accOM-
l tions and innuendo cannot be sub-
stantiated for the simple reason
that blatant lies can never be
proved true."
"Dr. Irwin, for reasons bt*1
known to himself, is socking to
destroy the good will which exists
in New Orleans," Mr. Katz declared
stay in the background.
It was indicated in U.S. official
circles Wednesday that Israel
should be content with the fact
that both President Eisenhower and
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles last week voiced disapproval
of Egypt's blockade of the Suez
Canal against Israel. Israel's pre-
sentation at the Security Council
of its own viewpoint, would bring
all the Arab countries into the case
on Egypt's side and create a united
front behind Col. Nasser, one
American official asserted.
Israel Ambassador Abba Eban
said during the weekend that he
noted with satisfaction the state-
Continued on Pag* 2 A

Israel Quits
Commission
KITED NATIONS IT A) The need for estab-
nreedom Dl navigation for Israeli ships in the
Canal,' was stressed by United Nations Secre-
jeneral Dag Ilammarskjold in a report he sub-
iis weekend to the UN Security Council.
?LOF WAR HAVE IT BETTIR
JERUSALEM (JTA) Israel
walked out of the Israel-Jordan
Mixed Armistice Commission Wed-
nesday when the United Nations
chairman of the unit accepted the
Jordanian explanation that an Arab
Legionnaire had gone "insane" and
wn7hls taken the" Hipp..; firtd a Brcn un with which ht'
satisfactory implementation" by Israel and the Arab! crat|c oath to heal makes his ac- killed four Israeli delegates to an
------------------ +states of the cease fire agreements ,jons a|| lne more reprehensible. ] archaeological congress and wound-
uhich he obtained during bis visits I
to these countries lie did not .i-k j
for a Security Council meeting to
in his statement, "lie is seeking to
Tbe report emphasized that Egypt continues to ignore (ear our community apart, to
the resolution adopted by the Security Council ex- sprca(j poison through falsehood.
actly five years ago. That such tactics should be used
Mr. Hammarskjold devoted his report to the "un- by a man
rmon Jews Rap Government
\M 'Bad Faith9 on Indemnity;
Interpretation Declared Faulty
Dr. Irwin is careful to point out e(J 15 olners at Ramath Rachel on
Continued on Pago A iSept. 23.
1-TSSEI.DORF ,JTA) The +
I h evinced in a recent in-
'"" of a clause in the
"Mndment to the Federal
"'licat.on b* ior individ.
InT'r "f Nazism ^s been
Ky Enounced in state-
f'ddrcsse,, to the Bonn Min-
'nance and to various
fclrri"s'" K",jn' by the
P"CoUnc,| of Jew, ; Ger-
fcln th, r,,"r,N,'n,a"ve Jewish
> "i this country.
tS lUmmor inT* Ger-
2j,,r ^'latover reason
I*-Wy worse off ,h,.
J!.,od>' To put Jewish "re-
2L *** ,h- Bundes-
f luded "> the amendment
**'nud n p,w A
act on the situation, nor did he of
fer new recommendations for im
proving conditions in the area.
However, in more (orceful terms
I than ever before, he took the Arab
1 governments and Israel to task for
not checking border violence, and
for not forestalling frontier inci
dents
"If the cease-fire is permitted
continuously to be challenged 1 y
the actual events," he told the
Council, "it will lose its sanctity
Continued on Page 9 A
Mayor Agron to Arrive
In Miami (or Bond Talks
Mayor Gershon Agron of Jerusalem, founder of the world-famed
Jerusalem Post and former national director of information for the
State of Israel, will arrive in Miami early Tuesday afternoon.
After brief welcoming ceremonies at the airport. Mayor Agron
will go to Miami Beach for a Temple Beth Sholom reception in his
honor. The meeting is scheduled for
RALLY WILL LAUNCH DRIVE HERE
M. JAMS MUM
A community wide meeting
volunteer workers and bondhold-
ers will launch the Fall campaign
of the Creator Miami Committee
for State of Israel Bondl Sunday
night at the Empress hotel. An-
nouncement of the meeting was
made by chairman Jacob Shcr.
"Highlight of the meeting, at
which there will be no solicitation,
will be an "Israel Report." In Dr.
James G Heller, former national
chairman of the United
Appeal.
The 8 p.m. meeting also
8 p.m. at the Temple.
A steering committee of six
leaders of the Temple, all well-
known in communal life, is spear-
heading plans for the meeting. Rab-
. i bi Leon Kronish, president Ralph
showing of a new color film. On i chajrman of the board Sid-
the Frontiers of Israel. The 18-1 ^^ Samue) ori j A Cm
minute production, filmed entire-.
ly in Israel, depicts the startling j
of mark the Southern premiere
Jewish
will
economic progress of the State
of Israel since the bond drive was
began five years ago.
Edward G. Robinson, famed mo-
tion picture actor who has spoken
in behalf of Israel Bonds many-
times, narrates the film.
Its world premiere was excep-
Continwed on Pago SA
tor and Isadore Hecht comprise the
steering committee.
A final meeting of an over-all
committee of more than 50 persons
will be held at the Temple at 10
a.m. Sunday morning. Rabbi Kron-
ish said. Final details of the air-
port reception and appointment of
hosts and hostesses for Tuesday
Continued on Pago U A






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Jewisti rhrkttan
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U.S. Seeks to Prevent Israel from
Taking Part in Suez Talks at UN
.October!
Samuel Friedland (center), chairman of the board of Food
Fair Stores and president of Temple EmanuEl, receives first
Louis Marshall Memorial Medal from Dr. Louis Finkelstein
(right), chancellor of the Jewish Theological Seminary of
America, at ceremonies in New York City Sept 23. Some
2.000 persons attended the Louis Marshall Centennial Con-
vocation, which also marked the opening of the Seminary's
70th academic year. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Temple Emanu-
El spiritual leader, looks on.
Miami Attorney is Key Figure in
Nixon's Decision to Switch Hotels
Continued from Paoe 1 A
day." Talianoff said. "I called New
York' AOL office to talk over the t
Situation. By sheer coincidence.1
they informed me that Bill Rogers,
a hich Republican national commit-,
tee official, had been in touch with
them to dlaOUSI what the 0. O. P. j
appears to think is a feeling of hos-1
tility among Jews toward Mr.
Nixon."
Apparently, according to Talia-
noff. Rogers wanted to invite Ben-
jamin R. Epstein, national director
of the Anti Defamation League, to
Washington for a round of talks on
that problem.
"I told the ADL office," Talianoff
said, "that the St. Petersburg inci-
dent was a good reason for this
feeling of hostility if, indeed,
such hostility exists at all. After-
Beth David's USY
In Heavy Schedule
L'SY of Beth David Congregation
will sponsor on Sunday. Oct. 7. the
first teenage breakfast service in
the main temple.
The service will be followed by a
breakfast and a discussion led by,
Rabbi Yaakov G. Rosenberg.
On Sunday afternoon, the I'SY
Bowling Laague will hold its first,
< -sion at 1:30 p.m. at Trail Bowl
ing Lanes. Art Kravitz is Youth
Commission chairman of the Bowl-,
ing league.
L'SY will hold its first formal
meeting on Monday evening, Oct '
8 at Beth David auditorium Guest
speaker will be Judge Milton Fried
man, who will discuss The Impor-
tance of Choosing a Vocation." Saul
Rabin is advisor to the group.:
Charles Kamen is president of the
USY chapter.
all. the Jewish populace there
would be denied the opportunity of
greeting the Vice President if he
had stayed at the Tides
A subsequent call to Miami
Wednesday from Herman Kdels-
liead of the Washington ADL
office, informed Talianoff that A.
B. Herman, in charge of "national
groups" for the Republican party,
had made a statement on the St.
Petersburg affair.
"Herman told Edelsberg." Tali-
anoff explained, "that Mr. Nixon
knew nothing about the Tides pol-
icy nothing, as a matter of fact,
about the arrangements that had
1 been made for him there and
that the entire matter had been
handled by Anthony Battaglia, Re-
publican national committeeman of
St. Petersburg."
According to Herman's explana-
tion. Battaglia is a new man, "who
should have known better." Edels-
berg subsequently asked Talianoff
to recommend a non-restricted
hotel in St. Petersburg. It was
David J. Wolper. immediate past
president of Florida State B'nai
B'rith, who later revealed that Rep. |
William Cramer (R.Fla.) had an-
nounced Mr. Nixon's decision to
switch his reservations from the
lid. s to the Edward James, one of
three non-restricted hotels Tailia-
noff suggested.
Continued from Page 1 A
ment by President Eisenhower in
which the President expressed dis-
approval of Egypt's anti-Israel Suez
blockade. Mr Ehan made this com-
ment after a meeting with Secre-
tary Dulles. He revealed that the
Suez blockade situation was dis>
Buying Program
Saves Apt. Owners a
L&rge Sums Here "
Miami Beach Apartment A---n."s
cooperative buying program, in
operation only a few short weeks,
already has saved apartment own-
ers thousands of dollars in equip-
i ment costs. Morris Gold, president,
| announced Wednesday.
, The non-profit cooperative, ex-
, panded now to include participat-
ing manufacturers of virtually all
types of products needed for apart-
ment house operation, is just one
more forward step in the Assn.'s
extensive program to help the in-
dustry. Gold said.
More than a score of manufac-
turers and distributors are provid-
ing their brand-name products to
apartment house owners at tremen-
dous savings, regardless of the
quantity of any specific items.
The scope of the cooperative in-
cludes such products as refrigerat-
ors, gas and electric ranges, air
conditioners, furniture and furnish-
ings, paints, laundry equipment,
linens, maintenance materials and
.other items.
TENSE NERVOUS
HEADACHES
call for
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Anacin not only rivet itrtngee,
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Scientific research hat proved aw
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CUiaed in the meeting with Dulles.
Ambassador Eban had been sched-
uled to return to Israel for consul-
tations this week, but may be de-
layed by the meeting of the Se-
curity Council.
President Eisenhower was the
target of a bitter attack this week-
end in the Egyptian Government!
newspaper, "Al Gomhouria." Re-i
ferring to Mr. Eisenhower's con-1
demnation of Egypt's Suez block!
adc against Israel shipping, the I
paper said it was the.United States
and net ^*TP^/MUBtk "dark
spots" p its WBm m asserted
that I.srJtt was ".cqjaPl" by Amen-'
ca and Britain, andcharged "Israel I
aggression is carried out by Ameri-1
can weapons purchased with Ameri
can dollars."
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the sponsorship of Hyman Kl.m-
berg, New York City, is scheduled
to start Oct. 14. Rabbi Tibor Stern,
spiritual leader of Beth Jacob Con-
gregation, will direct the Bible class
series.
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* Jewish fiorkMain
Experience Teaches Meed of Planning for Tomorrow
another in a ttritl of articles prepared bv ijMrittuI
$h Flondiun "Rabbinical Corner" in coopera-
te
^7 Greater M'ami Rabbinical Awn. Rabbi Abraham
1 J^orthside Center, is coordinator of (his
he Great'
m ol Wire* '*
progrjm.
ABBI MORRIS SKOP
,,o,biJ"i*hC,nt,r
-, Sidrah reading of
K 7 Book of our Hebrew
fe.mT.he story of Noah,
Hebrew
n5 the story
!Sr before .he birth of
jew Abraham. Noah, so
ftle story tells us -
man .
was "a
Noah walked
U that the Almighty
^pointed in humanity
,oah*timc and was de-
j to exterminate the crca-
Lrto lusted and robbed and
I made his beautiful Crea-
ks, Noah must have been
I of a bad lot.
, the Bible story im-
p^ Noah tried. He obeyed
BUt the Ark to save himself
[family from the promised
K These male and female
kp plus Noah and his wife
and their partners
be the nucleus for God's
tunity, new worlds to conquer
awaiting them to create, enjoy
and serve good causes
But many will fall victim to the
immediate distractions of gam-
bling, liquor or bad company
temptations which, like those fac-
ing Noah, they will find more en-
trancing than the worthwhile to-
morrow. People who, with vision
and self-control, could wind up
leaders, join the Noahs as fail-
ures.
Noah failed his opportunity, for
he lacked the moral strength to
say "no this will not bring
me to the new world I waited to
see." Noah did not give thought to
the wise advice: ayzehu chacham
... no roeh es ha'nolad who is
it who is wise ... he who thinks
of the consequences of his acts.
God thought Noah a good and
Page 3 A
righteous man considering
Noah's contemporaries. But Noah
was just not good enough. To pass
from the Ark of anticipation in
life to the world of realization and
opportunity takes self-control,
self-discipline and thought of to-
day's act upon tomorrow's life.
This is one of the deep lessons to
be garnered from the Sidrah read-
ing of Noah a lesson never too
late to be learned by young and
old.
Rabbinical
Corner
new world. Noah sweated
forty days ot rain and
Mr.
j do doubt worried and won-
I and planned for the end of
| early terrible hurricane, so
I he might venture torth to
i a new creation a fresh
I a better world for man
ist. Here was Noah's great
ity. Selected by the Al-
for developing a fine.
Mill MOKKIS SKOf
. ever to* late
new, inspiring and worthwhile
life for himself and posterity,
Noah stepped forth from the Ark. j
faced a renewed, clean, revived [
world of beauty and freshness,
and fell flat on his face a vic-
tim of inebriation. A drunkard
too sick to know when to stop im-
bibing the fruit of the vine.
A familiar story this: The man
of great opportunity and talent
and ability who can and is ex-
pected to accomplish so much
misses the mark and winds up a
failure. Was it that Noah lacked
will power? Was it that he gave j
no thought for the morrow, living
instead for today? There are many
Noahs now attending high school
and college. They are young peo-
ple of fine parents and homes,
ready to step out to great oppor-
in Communal Relations Named
AJCongress Southeast Region
***K HOffMAH
Council Offers
He at Meeting
^Jewish National Fund Coun-
J*r Miami held its annual
officers and members of
W've committee Wednesday
1 'he Cromwell hotel.
tlucl comm>"- headed
wbnapir.,. presented for
* Daniel M Broad; vice
Saul Ashkenazv, Sol
aeymour B. Liebman. Mil-
*r and Ehiel Lesowoder;
iwary. Sam Schachno;
J secretary, Mrs. Jack
"*<"". Benjamin Appel;
O^ar Hamber
SETL01 ,he *"rtv
M Mayor Abramowitz.
Bookspan. Leon J.
eller, Sidney A. Levy.
Morris Hoffman, ranking expert
in social and communal work, has
been appointed director of the
Southeast region of the American
Jewish Congress.
Hoffman, who will supervise the
program of the AJCongress in Flor-
ida, Georgia, Alabama and South
Carolina, assumed his new duties
Sept. 10. His headquarters will be
in the Greater Miami area.
A native of Pittsburgh. Pa., Hoff-,
man was field representative from
1947.until earlier this year of the]
United Service for New Americans
and United HIAS Service in the
Southeastern states.
A graduate of the University of
Pittsburgh, he received an MS de-
gree in social work in 1947 at Co-
lumbia University's School of Social
Work. He served in the U.S. Army
from 1942 to "46 and saw service
overseas in the China-Burma-India
Theatre. Prior to World War II, he
I was a member of the staff of the
U.S. Department of Labor in the
I Wage and Hours Division and also
the Housing Authority of the City
of Pittsburgh.
The American Jewish Congress is
the national association of Ameri-
can Jews committed to the preser-
vation and extension of the demo-
cratic way of life and to the unity
and creative survival of the Jewish
people. In his new post, Hoffman
will interpret these aims on a local
and state level and will initiate
programs aimed at bencfitting both
the general and Jewish communi-
ties in the area.
,Ce*hedu.ed '< I*c. 9
Peiser Names Executive
J. Allen Brown, veteran Coral
Gables realtor, has been named
executive manager in charge of
tenant and community relations of
the 163rd Street Shopping Center,
it was announced Wednesday by
Dr. Kurt Peiaer, president of the
$15,000,000 project which opens
Nov. 1.
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Dear Friends:
OPEN LETTER
y-
PLEASE READ THIS CAREFULLY!
"Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm and sin-
cerity!" said Emerson.
We, of the Coral Way Jewish Center, are highly enthusiastic about
your response in worshiping with us at the Dade County Auditorium
this past High Holidays.
We are greatly sincere in our thanks to you!
The "Enthusiasm and Sincerity" we possess shall never wane in
our determination to erect a Spiritual and Cultural Center not only for
the hundreds off our children, but for ourselves as well.
We are blessed in securing the devoted services of our spiritual
leader, Rabbi Max Shapiro, who has charged our sincerity to greater
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our area and elsewhere need the guidance, teaching and inspiration of
our beloved Rabbi.
Rabbi Max Shapiro has served this community for 22 years with
selflessness, idealism and devotion. His more than a quarter of a century
off religious activity has earned him the right to build and create a "Model
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of Rabbi Shapiro, but followers in accordance with our traditions.
THE CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER HOLDING CORPORATION HAS
LAUNCHED ITS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM FOR W MILLION DOLLARS TO
MAKE POSSIBLE THIS CREATIVE SYNAGOGUE WHOSE AIMS SHALL BE:-
1. To convert our homes into places of holiness.
2. To carry out the function of Sholom Peace, in creating
harmony and amicable relations with all groups regard-
less of color or creed.
3. To go from "Strength to Strength," from the Syna-
gogue to study and research in order to take a worthy
place in the long and honorable history of our people.
"If You Will It, It Is No Dream!" said Heril.
The great majority of us are veterans who served our God and
Country with honor and glory. We are of moderate means, yet we subscribe
$125,000. toward this holy work.
You have the moral and just right even if you are affiliated with
established congregations to aid us in this Holy Task by becoming "Spon-
sors" in our movement.
WE NEED YOU AND FEEL YOU WILL NOT fAIL USl
Sincerely,
JACK FRIEDMAN, President
JERRY ROSEN, Chairman
Planning and Campaign Committee
CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER
HOLDING CORPORATION
DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
CIVIC BUILDING
46 N. W. 1st St
Phone-: FRanklin 9-5867
DEVELOPMENT CAMPAIGN
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Volume 30 Number 40
_^^__^ Friday, October 5, 1957

Season for Jewish Conventions
Taking the Easy Way Out
The Anti-Defamation League last week play-
ed a major role in urging Vice President Nixon
to switch his reservations from a restricted to
a non-restricted hotel during his stay at St
Petersburg, Fla. y
The League is to be congratulated for its
cction. It would behove all leaders of our aov-
ernment to carry out their official and. indeed
private functions in such a manner as to re-
aemocracy 7 "^ *' ^^ f AnMrican
While no one would say that the Vice Presi-
sholHah bSTe in,,he Peterebu'9 case. ,t
should have been clear to his advisors, who
presumably made the arrangements, that Mr
Nixon could not honestly defend his stopping
at a restricted hotel. ^* y
Most disturbing about the situation is that
high spokesmen in the Vice Presidential party
explained the sudden switch in reservations on
ninJS818-0! uSecurity reasons." Mr. Nixon,
himself, might have added areatly to his pres-
hge as a candidate, as well as to the battle
against bigotry, if he had come out with a
strong statement on resort discriminatory prac-
As it is. the Vice President merely avoided
a dehcate situation replete with many poll-
heal overtones and took the easiest way out of
a predicament made by his thoughtless ad-
visors. ^
Mt Sinai Hospital is preparing to launch
forth on the first step of fulfilling a dream
Sunday. Oct. 14.
On that day. a groundbreaking ceremony
will begin construction of a new hospital site
on Collins Island, adjacent to the present Mt.
Sinai facility.
These columns have been devoted often
enough to the Jewish community-sponsored
Mt. Sinai Hospitaland with good reason. A
brief tour through the medical institution's
guarters is all that would be needed to corro-
borate the many fine things that have been
said about Mt. Sinai.
Bearing in mjnd that the hospital is still less
than a decade old and that it had its begin-
nings in a modest setting on lower Alton rd.,
Mt Sinai stands today a monument to Miami
Jewry's determination to make its contribution
to the health needs of the total community.
More than that, however, it is a living exam-
ple of the faith of its many supporters and de-
voted professional and lay staff in the develop-
ment of a medical centernot just a hospital
but a center of research for the waging of war
against the diseases afflictinq mankind, as
well as of instruction for the disaemination of
medical knowledge through national and in-
ternational seminars and teaching programs
lor physicians and nurses.
A brief tour through Mt. Sinai would make
clear the vitality of its atmosphere and high-
light the sources of its energeUc development
during the brief years of its existenceall the
foundation stones of today's emerging dream.
Such a tour would, for examole, show the
vi.tor ,ust why Mt. Sinai has the only practical
nursing school accredited by the State of Flor-
difficulties, its researchers nonetheless con-
tinue the never-ending struggle to roll back
the frontiers of medical knowledge
In a phrase. Mt. Sinai Hospital has set as its
goal more than healing; it has set as its goal a
contribution to health
The new S4.000.000 Mt. Sinai Hospital will
assist substantially ,0 achieve this goal. Mind-
ful of that fact, many Greater Miamians are
dm y coming forward .0 make of the dream a
reality. To then- credit, as well as to the cred
wiU hVnmmUni,y, Qt lQrge' ,he new Mt- SS
ele^ou"^6 mediCGl Pr*ress *
prudence." the trial set upon individual, at wj,"
beyond which the need to fulfill duty ceases in"111
action emerges-even if committed in the name of* L
Now these are all lofty considerations ZSSS
ciently lofty for the United Natt.ons to adopt thUS
vention on Genocide back in 1948. But the ten h n *
berg also serves to remind us that the United stat*?*"
fit to ratify the Convention. There is a kJISg
.n tins fact, which is reminiscent of the fracas JJS
ment in the waning days of the Truman AdminifiH
the first year of Eisenhower rule. "n'strauon 1
The Bricker Amendment, designed to control Ik.
power of the executive branch of the government Z
at immunizing the United States against adoption v2
Convention and subsequent international charges of 1
!l!e.horCflmennrfCCOrde^ .rninrity ^^-Particularly thT
n the face of stern isolationist manipulation, within LZ
ican and Democratic parties, the Bricker Amendment^'
later defeated by Congressional vote. While we have tnuTJy
humanitarian instincts for all the world to see the Gem*!
tion remains unratified by us-a tribute to our hypocnsyT
THIS IS the least of the opposite.*, however One day later
Grand Admiral Karl Doenitz walked out of Spandau Pita
many, a free man. Admiral Doenitz it was who took overthT,
government after Adolf Hitler presumably did away with to
Berlin bunker. It was Doenitz, who after waging the most 1
marine warfare in naval historyhe used to delight (or
blowing up life rafts launched from torpedoed ships-com.
arrangements involved in offering to the Allies Germany^
tional surrender.
The Nuremberg Trial judged Admiral Doenitz a warena
sentenced him to ten years imprisonment. His liberation lot
decade of punishment." coupled with the tenth anniver
unsupported Genocide Convention but one dav earlier ser
phasize the hypocrisy of international relations, which dip
Sundays, call "expediency."
Certainly, former captive Doenitz will find nothing morallys
in the conduct of his captors. For he, as they, would spurn till
tional treaties aimed at outlawing criminal acts against
This was apparent at the moment of his release from Span*
according to dispatches from Berlin, police unmercifully
newsmen "in a rare show of brutality" as a means of eea
kind of publicity which might well arouse to action a Nazi L
But opposites did not occur alone in Germany. One
place in the United States this week, with principal sites of 1.
in Whittier, Calif., Washington, D. C, and St Petersburg. Fla. I
involved is Republican candidate for the Vice Presidency,
Nixon.
That Might be a Solution
rier.,rUn"ing, a,,artks made by a Citizens'
SnTlSS rd I" NSW rleans aaain" 'he
An.i-Defamation Leaque of B'nai B'ri.h sharply
ocuses the advancina dilemma of Southern
oTZ, rUah,( n by ,he SuPreme Court ruling
on desearegation. y
AnrhS ?uGW. ll6rns officil has charged the
ADL with beina 'a Communist front organiza
hon because of its support of integration. Thus
Southern Jewry, caught between the fire of
those who demand its identification with
Southern custom and traditional Jewish con-
cern for minority riahts. increasingly bears the
brun of intemoerate attack by hale-mongers
For bigots hberty and democracy are con
cepts to be determined by the measure of
prejudice. In this case, integration doe, no. f
feSBP*and i,s proponen,s 5-
This is the bapis of the New Orleans Cili-
zen* Council official's charn,3 aqS I he
Ant.-Defama.ion League. Would i, beTo much
&,iEr ior Se?e,ary f s,a,e jhn rSS
Dulles, who made a major foreign oolicy ad
dress before B'nai B'ri.h earlv in May ,0 set
chVgT? 8tiai9ht Qnd PUt ,he So "e
Jewish Community Center
The Greater Miami Jewish Community Cen-
is ?hPnin^' Pr.blem,,0r ,ami,ies everywhere
wihtkl T employment of leisure time
with the result that relaxation may also mean
personal progress and achievement Tome
particular area of activity.
The leisure time programs of the Greater
TdTlh 5:mmuni,V Ce'er are dedicat-
ed .0 this end. For the benefit o. all age groups.
,ts2T 8p?nsors a comp,e,e qamut of K
'tie. designed to attract many interest.
From infant tots .0 Golden Agers. GMJCC of-
fer.Mwm.an. cultural, intellectual, social and
sports programs. For children, there are nur.-
alLMh '',0VeenagerS- grUP* *Z*Z
assist them in developing as hAtu.e adults- for
mared"16";^ WOmen' Club Bering Z
married and morried; for the more mature
achvi^s attracting a variely of interesls; f^
Golden Agers. an organization to stimulate
"hucUHonnaia,hering8 ***** *^ ^
structional purposes.
These horizons encompass as a totality the
pROM WHITTIER some ten days ago, came a letter signedL,
sharply repudiating the prevalent rumor ot Nixen antiA
The letter was circulated from Washington to newspapers en
by Bernard Katzen, "advisor on Jewish, affairs" to the Rl
national committeea man whose professional purpo* is to
wash black walls.
The rabbi waxed poetic, ascended to the borders of he.
shouted from his sacred vantage point that "Dick Nixon" >.
beloved by all men Jews included. Now, in St. Petersburg lat]
end. the Vice President prepared to check into the Tides
restricted resort. This is nothing new for him. On previous 1
Miami. Mr. Nixon chose consistently to stay at Key Bucaj
simultaneously, with Sen. Joseph R, McCarthy.
The And Defamation League protested the Vice
plans, and the Nixon party later moved to an alternate ^.
face, this seems to be an unquestionably humanitarian art.
William C. Cramer (R-Fla) explained the change from toe"
security reasons."
The opposite in this situation arises out of yet another 1
New Orleans, La., where Dr. Emett Irwin, chairman of the f
Council there, charged that the "Anti-Defamation League
B'rith has been under very serious criticism as a po>ibh> Co
front organization" at approximately the same time Mr. KaL
busily engaged in the distribution to newspapers of the Wbitti
bi's letter.
Dr. Irwin's charge was motivated by the ADL's recent diari
of its publication, "The Rabbit Brothers," in the Orleans pan.*1
booklet, by Robert Kraus. urges through illustration accept*.
youth of the doctrine of equality among men oxeryv.here ami 1
notions of bigotry based on race, color or creed.
"THI RABBIT Brothers" concludes with the George fa*
devotion: "Almighty God. we make our earnest prayer I' '
wilt incline the hearts of the citizens ... to entertain a
affection and love for one another ."
But the Orleans parish has seen fit to withdraw this ADLp
tion from the public schools because Dr. Irwin declared it t
obviously intended for the purpose of brainwashing the childreoi
the lines of racial integration." ,
In the face of this move to discredit the Anti-Defa"",1""1
candidate Nixon has remained silent. And candidate Wum
People, should speak out. For the League Monday, in an unpnp"
act by a non-political organization, announced that the Vice I
is being falsely and maliciously charged with anti-Semitism.
Here is an opposite to stand among opposites. s,rang^'!l
cipal characteristic, too. is hypocrisythe kind of h^^f
marked Rep. Cramer's "security reasons" explanation and *i
dent Nixon's failure to deplore the policy of restriction aw
many resorts.
Silent about Dr. Irwin's charge, he might, at le* case have added to the progress in human relations by caning.
that which it isnothing less. Now, however, cleared of win
he may perhaps son.eday soon return to Key Biscay"* '<*
earned vacation from morality.


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Rally Will Launch Drive Here With
Talk Sunday by Dr. James Heller
Marshall Wisohecrrt (seated) Signs charter for new Brandeis Hebrew Academy. Look-
(left to right' are Judge Morey A. Rayman. Dr. Abraham Kitzen. Mr. and Mrs. John
i Joel Zalis, Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky. founder and director, William Shayne,
Galbut, Simon Seiden, Hymcm Chabner, Beth David spiritual leader Rabbi Yaakov
. j^ax Nuhomovic. Max Parness, Dr. Peritz Scheinberg and Leon Kaplan.
Continued from rag* 1 A
tinnally well received at last
week's national mobilization con-
ference for Israel in Washington.
Dr Heller, now director of com-
munity relations for Israel Bonds
throughout the United States, will
ri'port on the conference and com-
ment on the new Middle East
crisis.
Dr. Heller is former national
prc-ident of the Labor Zionists,
former national ic(i.0Mja(Int efc
the ZOA. and v^^or^fe \eaM
r;ibbi of the note-l Mar" 45. Wi
Temple in Cincinnati.
At Sunday night's meeting the
presidents and Israel Bonds chair-
man of every Jewish organization
in Dade county will be intro
duced. Leaders of Hadassah. B'nai
B'rith, synagogues, temples, Men's
en. Workmen's Circle, Farband,
Zionist Council, Labor Zionists,
Mizrachi, American Jewish Con-
gress, American Jewish Committ-
tee and all other groups will be
reeoenized, Sher said.
With the year's goal of $1,000.-
000 now "in -iuht."' according to
Shcr, the meeting should be one
of the most significant of the
year. More than S500.000 in Israel
Bonds already have been sold and
a collection campaign for some
$200,000 in new cornj^menls
will be .u,4f.i ;it Hie n*W%
Bserv4tts mty ty^jprn by
telephoning the Israel Bond
fice.
of-
ter Introduces Brandeis Academy
Marshall Wisehetrt this
Led a charter for the Bran-
brew Academy. The school
(ft) known a the Beth El
i Academy,
kded four year- ago, "the
ibaum Reveals
Promotions
r promotion- and addition to
icers of the Bank of Miami
[re announced this week
i F. Danbaum. board chair
I C. Lutz. a veteran bank-
40 years ot experience, was
assistant cashier. I-utz
i on the staff of the Mer-
l National Bank -ince 1948.
assistant cashiers were
"Pat" Anthony, formerly
tkkeeper. Mary Howie and
| Kuritz. formerly tellers.
^ HunmnijrKikc was promot-
Itellertoma-tcr teller, Dan-
I said.
ons and staff expansion
|nade because of the great in-
oi busine done by the
I cT Miami Beach, Danbaum
Academy has made phenomenal
progress since, to the point where
it is one of the fastest growing all-
day Hebrew schools in America."
Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky, prin-
cipal, said Wednesday.
The Academy, which began with
a one-grade curriculum, today of-
fers instruction through fifth grade.
"The enrollment is 114 pupils, with
a teaching staff of eight instruct-
ors," Rabbi Swirsky said.
"Congregation Beth El, which
heretofore sponsored this educa-
tional institution, has now decided
to make it a communal undertak-
ing. Brandeis Hebrew Academy
will henceforth be governed by out-
standing representative community
leaders," he added.
Site of the school is still at Beth
El Congregation, 500 SW 17th ave.
Board of governors la headed by
William Shayne and Mrs. John
Temple.
Chanter Meeting Held
Miami chapter of American Med-
ical Center met Wednesday morn-
ing at the Park Lane cafeteria. Mrs.
Clubs, Sisterhoods, Pioneer Worn-' Jack Gordon is president.
Beek Review, Talk Due
Novelist-poet Gilbert Maxwell
will review John Hersey's new book
A Single Pebble," at the Ocean-
front auditorium Monday evening.
Dominic Woo, University of Miami
law school graduate and exchange
stndent, will open the evening with
a talk on "China as I Knew it."
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Standing atop newly-laid precast concrete
section of new bridge linking mainland of
Miami Beach with Collins Island are (left
to right) J. Gerald Lewis, chairman of Mount
Sinai hospital building and planning com-
niitee; Samuel Gertner. executive director
cf hospital; and Samuel Resnick, member
of building and planning committee. They
are examining blueprints of new 300-bed
Mount Sinai which will be erected on Collins
Island after completion of new bridge. Dan
B. Ruskin. chairman of Mount Sinai hospital
development fund, said the new bridge will
be completed in a few weeks.
Top Leaders in Government and Health at Groundbreaking
ceremonies for the new Mount Sinai I ,. l*. ._ L I Ions w 0"wed in the com-
H. >piul of Greater Miami to be' ... P*iinted Ut ,hat *'h ''"8 ***** to attain the commercial
held Sun.lav afternoon Oct 4 all !, [ $2-2'5000 ^eady se-, division's goal of $500,000.
2 : m.. Dan B Kuskin. chairman of i SgtoSJJ? XnT ?",? ""Z Members f ,he <>ee were
new 300-bed hospital.
Meanwhile more than S100.000
bu been secured by the commercial
committee of the development fund
in a series of .small dinner meetings
durinfi the past three weeks, CO
The new Mount Sinai Hospital iniian Carl Busskind and Leo
-km pointed out, will provide ( h;"kin ^Ported at a meet
1 ater Miami nh oneoi the mosi committee held In the Memori-
< dern hospital facilities in the 'rooBI o* the hospital ust week
---------------------_______________ I members of their committee thai
. of
new Mount Sinai Hospital,"
K.-skin said, 'a community dream
Will at last beain to come true. It
Will mark the culmination of years
i planning and devoted effort, of
faith and courage to change a treat
need into reality "
Th
' -kin pointed | provide
, ducted by Samuel Gertner, execu-
tive director.
MK. AND MRS. HCKiKOWITl
Physical Fitness
Object of Class
Physical fftneaa, health and body-
< nditioning arc some oi the
mes which the health and phys-
ical education department of the
I am Branch. Greater Miami Jew
i h Community Center, has set for
itt regular women's gym groups of
th.- 1956-57 program year
' lasses are held on Tuesday and |
Thursday mornings, as well as on !
Wednesday evenings.
Edward O'Keefe. Jr.. supervisor
of the health and physical educa-1
tion program, is in charge of the]
program.
Couple Celebrate
Silver Anniversary
Mr and Mrs. Isadore Henkowitl
of 2235 SW 2nd ,er. Miami, are
Celebrating 25 years of man, .
Their silver nodding anniversary
wasimarked at ., recent reeepUon
in watdmani Crown hotel.
Mr. Her.ski.witz la president of
Nea French Benzol Cleaners &
1 dry, Kent Cleaners, City Drj
era & Laundrj and City Unen
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A member of IOok. Ml.,mi am|
Miami Beach Chamber of Com-
and Beth Dav.d Synaj
he and Mn Hemkowlu have been
Honda residents for the oast n
The couple have two sons .j,.rrv
and Bernard. Two brothers, Harry
and Aaron Herskowit/, are also
Miami residents. Another brother,
Aaron, resides in Now York City]
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Continued from P.,. 1 A ,ann .f.jr J""^
fi^T"-**.*,
P9
in his latest statement, 'Please, here lable ,0 ,h' best taSl!
remember no charges were madeiC.an Dprr">CTacv ,ha,Vh,
that Af)L is a Communist-front or-1 merican since
- w......'ilium Ur- I ------ ^Nlt' tkW
ganization.' But Dr. Irwin, having'against class, race 1 P"
made this disclaimer, then imme-|creed "Win* creed aM
diately descends to the depths of!pfals wi,h varying der
irresponsibility in a futile attempt |phas,s' aM with thenim*?'
to prove the opposite. This is the 8 chaos
technique of the demagogue. We ,our peoplc '
are proud to cite the praise of the "After f)r arete'ito-
ADL by the nation's leaders. Chris-!" was pointed out ink
tian and Jewish. The best Dr. Ir-; Public that the soUrc ,*1
his non- j terial was a discredited tH
and
Purpose,
disunity
Win can do to bolster
existent case is to muster up a list
of bigots, some amateur, some pro-
fessional."
The ADL statement continued by
citing the sources used by Dr. Ir-
win and declaring that many had
long been discredited. Among them
are Robert H. Williams. Jack Ten-
ney and Joseph Kamp. Mr. Katz as-
serted that Williams, described by
Dr. Irwin as an Army intelligence
expert, had had his Reserve com-
mission cancelled by the U.S. Air
Force for the "best interests of the
service." He also noted that a series
of articles in the Scripps-Howard
newspapers entitled "Peddlers of
Hate" had discussed "not only the
discredited Robert Williams, but
other sources which Dr. Irwin cites,
such as Jack Tenney and Joseph
Kamp."
Mr. Katz added: "Dr. Irwin and
his sources are perhaps best de-
scribed by a quotation from an
American Legion report which list-
ed several of the individuals men-
tioned above and declared that they
credited i
one so branded by th, e.
on Un-American AcUrLl
House of RepresentS*1
Irw ins continued uw 0[ ^
reputable sources he le,^
no other conclusion thai
and the Citizens ComdJ in,
name he uued jj '
have allied themselves vlul
credited, divisive forces!!
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Friday. October 5, 1956
ederation Programs Hampered by
Slow Redemption of 1956 Pledges;
Kurman Named to Speed Collections
J**l**nerMtorj
ritiral nred for cash to meet
' dav-lo-day requirements of lo-
.BdnationalaBenciPs supported
th Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
Jion was disclosed here Wednes-
by Federation president How-
Id Kane. .
T-Vanv thousands of persons who
tie direct benefits from a vari-
rof community agencies arc de-
enough, and pledges are not being
turned into cash to save these lives
and to strengthen our local and
national institutions," Kurman said.
At a preliminary emergency
meeting called by Kurman. the fol-
lowing community leaders volun-
teered to serve: William Blechman
Leon Ell, Mrs. Louis C.lasser, Dr.
J. A. Greenhouse, Sam J. Heimani
v (II romiiiu"".- -- -- -- -"------a >~... j. lu-irri.i.'i.
iidins on continued support of; Sam Goldstein, M. J. Kopelowitz
... .it._ ikrniuih FoHoro. lirlf \fiiK L'.( institutions through Federa-
ls fund'."' Kane explained.
Although a record sum of $1,525.-
I has hPP" P'edned to the Com-
Jews Since Stalin Is Rabbi's Subject
Jack Muravchick, Joseph Rose
Emanucl Smith and Carl Suukind!
The committee is in formation, and
other representative leaders here
ned Jewish Appeal drive in 1956. i are being asked to assist in the
payments toward these; cash-collection drive.
id Jlhi< lime, it was pointed out.
[Such important agencies as ML
ni hospital, the Bureau of Jew-
|i Education. Jewish Home for the
, Jewish Family Service and
Community (enters look to
Lh allocations within the next
L months for the continued op-
tion 11 their vital programs,"
mm declared.
Facing even a greater crisis are
lousand- of refugee families from
rth Africa desperately seeking
iven in I-rael. To strengthen the
i low of immigration, funds must
\ from American Jewish commu-
to the United Jewish Ap-
; emergency fund, which is
(cificaliy earmarked for financ-
jof Ifaii mass ex idus.
Kane Wednesday announced an-
ointment of Abe Kurman. tradi-
mat leader of CJA's flying squad-
la. a- chairman of the 1956 col-
Hion> committee.
purman urged CIA contributors
have not yet made pledge
|jmmts for 1956 to send their
tcksat once to the offices of the
hate Miami Jewish federation
14)0 Lincoln rd.. Miami Beach.
["TIm blunt truth is that funds
I sot being made available fast
Blood Bank Established
A blood bank has been estab-
lished at the Southwest Jewish Cen-
Page 7 A
asaw* '
ter, according to an announcement
Wednesday by Murray Sparage and
David Harris, co-chairmen.


8B/ mori$ rarrm
Rabbi Morris N. Kertzer. advisor
to the American Jewish Committee
on religious affairs, will be guest
preacher at Temple Israel. Friday
evening, Oct. 5.
Rabbi Kertzer was one of sev-
eral American rabbis to visit So-
viet Russia last summer. His sub-
ject at the Temple will be "The
Jews Under Stalin's Successors."
Following the services. Rabbi Kert-
zer will answer question at a social
hour.
Rabbi Kertzer is the author of
several books and presently the
chaplain of AMVETS, organization
of veterans of World War II and
Korea.
Dr. Joseph R. Narot. spiritual
leader, will officiate, and Cantor
Jacob Bornstein will render the lit-
urgical music.
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Mayor Agron Due
For Local Talks
Continued from Page 1 A
evening will ho completed.
"It is ;i signal honor that Temple
Prth Sholom is the only location in
the South where Mayor Agron will
speak." Spero said. "Rabbi Kronish
h;i- told us for many years of the
importance of Israel and I know
i my member of the Temple. Sls-
tefh od, Men's club, ETA an : other
liated groups will want to at-
.ti nil Tuesdaj reception."
has played a vital
tale in the upbuilding of indust
public housing since hi- a
lion by the Jerusalem populi
1955. A graduate of Temple I ni-
ier-ity. he went to Palestine more
lhan 30 year- ago.
Other members of 'he committee
include Sol Pine. Benjamin Berlin.
felrs. Joseph Shawmut. Howard
Idler. Murray Olinick. William
anove. Jack Fishman. Dr. Maur-
ice Kovnat. Max Weitz, Morris Al-
jiert. Mrs. Aaron Newman. Mrs.
fl.ouis Krensky. Jack Abbott. Mil-
ton Nussbaum. John Serhin. James
Albert. Wolfie Cohen. Barry Cam-
eron. George Sax. Milton Stein-
hardt, Harry Simonhoff. Samuel
Taran. Simon Wolff, Mortimer
Wlen. Nathan Waldhan. Harry Or-!
leans, Irving Rothman. Dr. Harry
Rimer. Burnett Roth. Carl Su--
kind. William Yanowitz, Harold
Zinn. Joseph Arkin, Joseph wh,:
Leonard Barr. George Cohen, Mor-
ris Cooper. David S. Denner, Leon
J. Ell. Maurice Hertz, Ralph Lach-
man. Joseph LeVine, Jack Murav-
chik. Ben Rimer. Jack Rosenthal.
Fred Sbmeratein, Jack Udell, Sej
IT Rabin. Charles Silvers, Bill ,
Bortostein, Joseph Alter. Ben Frack-
man. Alfred Elliot and Mrs Mu
Weltz.
+Jmlst>ncrkMati
F"dqy-Octobers ,a.
I Berg Gets DegJ
To Intern in Mass
students of the FniversiJJi*
tome medical uniu /,/*
' who graduated during cnSt
. "* ies there US*
Berg is the son of Mrs iik_
' Berg and the late Mr ,*'*?
a graduate of >.,., Beach W
High School. and rec-ven^
* Professional train.ng at the U.\
versity of Florida and the IW
Mty of Miami. lBU*
feMI ?he Inited States Nava, ,"*
' OH^Wl Mass., uaginM,!;
Leaders of Temple Beth Sholom meet in
Rabbi Leon Kronish's study to plan for a
congregational effort in behalf of State of
Israel Bonds. President Ralph Spero. board
chairman, Sidney Ansin, Rabbi Kronish and
Isidore Hecht are co-chairmen of the Tem-
ple's committee. Standing (left to right) are
Spero, Sam Lachman. Mrs. Joseph Shawmut,
Sol Pine. Dr. Maurice Kovnat, Miss Yael
Dayan, Sidney Glazier, manager of Israel
Bonds office. Jack Fishman, Ansin. Hecht,
Israeli Consul Max Varon, Murray Olinick,
Irving Berlin. Seated are Mrs. Max Weitz.
Rabbi Kronish and William Agranove. Miss
Dayan is daughter of Israeli Army's chief
of staff.
Seminar Expected Will Attract 200
Teachers at Sessions Due
Sunday
Nrael. to be followed by workshops
led by Leroy Feinberg and Solo-
mon Lichter, both of the staff of
Temple Beth Sholom. with Sydney
German Jews Hit
Indemnity Policies
Continued from Page 1 A
(''acted this summer a clause
pledging an immediate aid pay-
i nt" of SI.425 to former German
residents of either German cit-
izenship or 'ethnic affiliation."
provided they had "emigrated,
were deported or expelled'' due to
a Nazi persecution and came back
i West Germany or West Berlin
after the war to establish per
msnent residence. Half of the
unt i- to be deducted from
certain indemnification claims to
which most such "returnees" later
become entitled.
The payment had been awaited
With particular impatience by the
mail number of German Jews
who. after being deported to such
camps as Oswiecim in Poland.
Riga in Latvia and Theresmstadt
in Czechoslovakia managed to sur-
vive the Nazi regime and returned
to Germany.
AUGUST BRO&AiS
Over 200 persons are expected to Morris Skop will discuss "Ethics of
attend the annual Seminar lunch Judaism"' at the chapel of Temple
eon for Jewish teachers of Greater
Miami sponsored by the Bureau of
Jewish Education to be held on
Sunday. (Jet, 7. 1 p.m., at the Ritz
Plaza hotel.
Initial luncheon session will fea-
ture Dr. Jess Spirer. of the Uni-
versity of Miami Guidance Clinic,
who will lead the discussion on
"Mental Hygiene in the Classroom."
The session will also be greeted by
Sol Goldman, president of the Bu-
reau; Sydney Greenberg. president
of the Jewish Educators Council:
Louis Gadon. president of the He-
brew Teachers Ami : and Mrs. Na-
omi Brandei-. president of the Sun-
day School Teachers Assn.
The Seminar will be followed by
Tuesday evening sessions, at which
time Rabbis Mayer Abramowitz and
of the University of Miami staff,
and Max Karl, director of the local
section of the National Conference
of Christians and Jews, will appear
at the Bureau of Jewish Education
bldg. to present the development of
Catholicism and Protestantism, de-
scribing the Christian festivals of
the year. The two lectures will be
followed by workshops under the
direction of Schwartzman and Her-
, bert Berger, assistant director of
Greenberg. educational director of;,h o.. tk c~;___
the Bureau. The Seminar sessions
Poale lion Branch Opens
Activities Here Monday
Poale Zion Branch of Greater
Miami will inaugurate its activities
of the season Monday evening. Oct
8, at Temple Emanu El. Chairman
Jacob Rearson will preside
Dr. A. J. Ishlon will be in charge
of the cultural portion of the meet-
ing. He will discuss the organiza-
tion's 30th national convention
slated for Lakewood. N. J., Oct. 18.
Temple Beth Sholom. and Louis
Schwartzman, executive director of
the Bureau of Jewish Education,
acting as consultants to these two
workshops.
On Tuesday. Oct. 16. subject of
the Seminar will be "Great Relig-
ions of America." Dr. W. Ivan Hoy.
will resume again in the early part
of 1957. when certificates of com-
pletion will be awarded those in
regular attendance.
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RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY
AGWOATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle
.- Ortheo. R.bbi lwe Ever.
. .,...!< Ill
i ttaiuntay *:*> in.
,.- ,,f Babel ilulii by
ANSHfi RMES. 2843 Corel Woy.

BETH DAVID. 262$ SW 3rd ave.
Conitrv.five. R.bbi Y..bov *n-
^j. Cantor William W. Llpaon.
ivuay 1:13 I''" Harmon: 'Tfca At-
... ..i. ..r Judaism Toward .Son-Jew-
iiriiiT'.if .!h(I.i-mi Toward
,',,V' '" l,'ir Mltava*:. rtaan.
jfBr. and Mm Harold Kaufman.
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave. Or-
thodcx. Rabbi Shmeryahu T. Swir-
ity. Cantor Louis Gartenh.us.

BETH EMETH. 12701 NW 7th
,. Canserv.tive.

BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rotf-
R8b
rrMi
Serimu "Jli --

BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washing-
ton ivt. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor
Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamchat.
; i
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CANDLELIGHTING TIME
Tbjhri 30 6:10 p.m.
Saturday VJO
I.in.
- iturday I:.!> a mi.
"i the United N.i-
BETH RAPHAEL. 135 NW 3rd
ive. Orthodox. Rabbi Aria Backer.
[ rtidm > p m Satiird I M a.m. |
Stimuli. "Tin niclaan."
a a
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-,
\*f.
*
CORAL GABLES CENTER. 320
Piltrmo ava. Liberal. Rabbi Morris
Skop. Cantor Irving Robinson.
I IVi.ta. < p.m Pro paalon of id.-
- S i .i in Herman: "A
U'- - n "ii si If Be.
' i i in Bar Miii-
faard. '> < Mr. ami -Mrs.

CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
Iibbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Sam-
ril Gomberg.
' i late -, rrle. af
Ife'wjw.ii:.i w< Miami Janlor hi.ii
UP". "r l'1" "' I'leallata flat.
M,.,,i, Tentple,
FUCLER-GRANADA. 50 NW
RW pi. Conservative. Rabbi Lao
, 1:10 a.M Bar-
| Plain or to Contain-

HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th
^Orthodox. Rabbj Al.x.ndor
;Wt,',m v *" ",l,v a.m.
.
|*fwi RKkovsky.
I' I...iaanrta of
----------weniiim Mwaya (loin.
ami Never Arrlvln*." iin..a n. i .
gwt-ara Mr. and m,. ",."., '.' u'
Bar Ml.rvali: J|,,,ln Haeha rtatMrdav
9 a.m. Serimin: "Weakl) Portion"'' "
HOMESTEAD CENTER. 113 NF
tfc at., H.m,.tMd. Centervetive.
Morrli Gerti officiate,.

HOLLYWOOD BETH SHOLEM
1725 Menroa at.. Hollywood. Con-
servative. Rabbi Samuel Lerer.

HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI.
2090 Polk at., Hollywood. Conterv-
etrve. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor
Yehudah Heilbraun.
a a
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3198 SW
24th tor. Consarvative. Rabbi Mor-
ton Malavsky. Cantor Samual
Salkow.
Friday M p.m. Baturrta) fcta a.m
Sermon; "Weekly Portion

KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehr-
fiald. Cantor Abraham Seif.
I Irtaj i I |i m Ha turd*) I 10 a m.
Kermon: "Weekly Portion." Mlmha
o'.i.i ,il.l
*
LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL.
1801 S. Androws ava.. Ft. Laudar-
dala. Reform. Rabbi Marius Ran-
H.n?l & Con.orv.tiv.. R.bbi
Henry OVoIk.. Cantor M.uric.
m.,: -wiV; ^J!> A *,r-
7S!t01Tr SH0RE CENTfiR- 20
/Stn .t. Conwrvafivo. Rabbi Mayer
Abr.,nowlti. Cantor Edward Klain.

SOOTH DADE JEWISH CEN
tR. S. Miami Community Hall.
Ratorm. Rabbi Herbert M. Baunv
Page 5 A

Continued from Page 1 A
and become a dead letter which is
not respected by any of the partly
HAMMARSKJOliy REPORTS BREAKDOWN Of CEASE FIRl
although still existing as a legal
obligation. This will happen even
when these events cannot be inter-
preted as indicating an intention of
a government to repudiate its
cease-fire assurance, for example,
because the government contends
that it has acted in self-defense. He
made it plain that by ".self-defense"
he meant the policy of retaliation
pursued by Israel.
!^;!!"."',n,r!; Amerlran Jewl.h
s'i i,~ i;, >"><; J under
h .... Ha,- M|tevfh. D.Wd.Sn^oflVr'
<"'l Hi- MaiiniriK Roonlck.

TEMPLE SINAI of North Miami.
P. O. Box 878. North Miami. Re-
form.
aAattntekay, i K,,t, r m,
^.0VIH.V?STJEW,SH CENTE
044a SW 8th t. Conservative. Rab-
bi Abraham L.vitan.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144
Chaw ava. Liberal. R.bbi Laon
Kronith. Cantor Samual Kalamar.
vival? Hatuntay I0: a m

TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 2701
NW 183rd st. Conservative. Cantor
Ban Grossberg.

TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701
Washington ave. Conservative.
R.bbi Irving Lehrmen. C.ntor Is-
rael R.ich.
I rulay i\ |. mi. SiIiii,!,, i -. ., ,,, o_r,
mon: "Weeklj Portion."

TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th
t. Reform. Rabbi Joseph N.rot.
C.ntor Jacob Bornstein.
.Kw'u\ VJ:' R '" ,; R"b-
'" .'i'"ii< .\ Kertser, advln....... re-
TEMPLE ZION.
*t. Conservative.
Waxman.
5720 SW 17th
Rabbi Alfred
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N.
Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham Herton. Cantor Albert
Glenrt.
Im.Ih. !jj ,, ,. s..r..,n: "The Ark
VUil .a "'""'" "' ""Mil.
ii. ixk^* *n Ml "'"' *"* '*"
e
TORAH TEMPLE. 1254 West
vo. American Judaism. Rabbi
Abraham Cassel.

ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44
Zamora ave. Conservative. R.bbi
B. Leon Hurwiti. C.ntor Rudolph
Brill. P .
I Ida) '. :.. p in. Baturdaj 10 m
Hermon: "Human Ralnbowi
Berkowitz Unveiling
The unveiling of a monument
t. the memory of the late
ANNA BERKOWITZ
formerly of
650 Etct-iD Avenue
Mmmi Beach
U'lli tal;e place
BUKOAT, Octobf.r 7th
at twelve-noon at the
Mt.-Sinai
Ml moriai Park CBMBTBBT
With Rabbi Tibor Smkn
officiating
Mr.. Brrknwiti i^ rorvfeed r-y
her l.u-h,iM,i. Jacob Berkowitz.
Friend-, and relatives are a>ktd
to attend.
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL. 1101
SW 12th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Si-
mon April. Cantor Berele Kelamer.
I il'hiv ., p mi Satiii-dav S:^ii a in
Sermon i> the riood Lejtead?"
a
MONTICELLO PARK. 144th st.
and NE 11th at*. Conservative.
Rabbi Isaac Lerer.
Dumt Unveiling
The dedication o( a momiment
to the meiiiory of the late
SAM DUNST
formerly of
2554 Trapp Avenue. Miami
II i!l (a^e place
BUMDAT, CV:ioBfR 7Tlt
at 2:30 at the
Mr. Nbm CEMrrtRV
uiili Rabbi Morton Malavky
officiating
Mr. Dunst i survived by hi<
Widow, Lilli.n. two children.
(Iloria and Kenneth; hi* parent.
Mr. and Mr. Solomon Dunet;
and two brother.", Irving and
Murray.
Friends and relative* are ai-kcd
to attend.
Rabbi Dr. Tibor H. Stern
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IS Secretary of State Dulles avoid-
ing defense of Israel's ship-
ping rights in the Suez Canal is-
sue? Some insiders feel he is
mindful of Israels interests. But
others think not.
A charge has been made that
Dulles, despite pro-Israel public
statements, really thinks it expe-
dient to demand Suez rights for
all nations "except Israel." It is
alleged that he feels it unwise for
the West to identify with Israel
at this juncture of the Suez con-
troversy. He is said to fear that
active Western support of Israel
might rally all Arab states more
solidly behind Egypt than may
now be the case. His thinking, it
is charged, is that Col. Nasser
might compromise to some degree
on the canal but would never do
so if it involved conceding some
shipping rights to Israel.
The Christian Science Monitor
has raised a question of whether
Israel is excepted from those na-
tions whose maritime rights are
being demanded. "The exception
recognized tacitly, if not explicit-
ly," said the newspaper, "is that
Egypt will not be compelled to
open the canal to the ships of .
Israel This exception was grant-
ed by inaction on the part of the
great powers even before the seiz-
ure of the canal when Egypt did
close the canal to Israeli ships and
there was no effective, or even
audible, protest from London.
Paris, or Washington."
Dulles' supporters insist that he
has not been silent on the Suez
anti-Israel blockade. On Aug. 28
he told the press that it was point-
ed out at the London conference
that "Egypt is in defiance of a
decision by the Security Council
of the UN that under the
terms of the Treaty of 1888. that
Israel shipping was entitled to go
through and that Egypt was not
entitled to bar it ."
At a subsequent press confer-
ence, on Sept. 26, Dulles was
BAYED SCHWARTZ
Adlai Spoke Hebrew, Newspaper Says
THE New York Herald Tribune
' reports that at the recent Is-
rael Bond Fashion show in New
York, Adlai Stevenson spoke and
wished his hearers a, happy new
year in Hebrew, saying the He-
brew words "Shana Tova."
For a candidate for the Presi-
dency to speak Hebrew marks
something of a new era in Ameri-
can political history, but I am not
surprised at Adlai. The fact is
Stevenson probably heard some
Hebrew spoken in his family ev-
ery day of his life. He is one of
the few people, not excluding
Jews, about whom this could be
said. Even.- time his father or
mother, sister or brother, called
him. Stevenson heard Hebrew for
the name "Adlai" derives from
Hebrew. It is the Hebrew word
for ornament.
It is a new thing for a candi-
date for the Presidency to cam-
paign in Hebrew Eisenhower ate
L'etilte lish at the Tercentenary
dinner of the Jewith settlement in
America. That's almost equivalent
III speaking Hebrew. It has a He-
brew taste; yet I've known people
to be able to eat gefilte fish on the
first try but after many years
study, some people still can't man-
age Hebrew.
Ifl getting harder and harder
to be President. All Washington
had to do was to win a revolu-
tionary war Jefferson just had
to write the Declaration of Inde-
pendence, only about three pages
of copy Later, it become neces-
sary for a candidate to live in a
doubtful state like Ohio. The real
reason for the great westward
movement in American history
was to run for the Presidency.
Historians have misquoted Gree-
ley's adage. It wasn't. "Go west
and grow up with the country."
It was "Go west and get nominat-
ed for President."
It was also necessary for a can-
didate throughout history to kiss
the babies. Senator Kefauver, a
stark realist, recognized that the
babies had no vote and he began
to hake the hands of adults. And
now Mr. Stevenson speaks He-
brew. If he can carry the Hebrew
speaking vote, he should be able
to carry many a "schule."
James Madison knew a little
Hebrew. As a young man he had
thought of becoming a minister
and took Hebrew courses. I can
conceive of President Jefferson
doing what Stevenson did. He was
asked for the U.S. view of Israels
right to join a projected canal
"users' association." He said it
was "irrelevant" whether Israel
became a member because the as-
sociation's facilities would theo-
retically be available to Israel
even if she did not belong. He did
not think Israel's interests would
be prejudiced by being refused
membership.
In explaining why Israel could
not join. Dulles pointed out that
the Jewish State might not meet
membership qualifications pro-
visionally adopted. These require
participating nations to have had
a specified volume of previous
commerce through Suez. (Since
Israel was barred by Egypt from
canal usage she was unable to
ship via that route.)
Dulles was asked about the 70
tankers and cargo ships, includ-
ing some flying the U.S. flag, that
have been blacklisted by Egypt
for trading with Israel. He failed
to take a strong stand, rejected
any notion that we "shoot our way
through." and hoped for some
eventual solution.
Even while the current crisis
was developing and Nasser was
proclaiming his innocence of any
thought of interfering with tran-
sit, a Greek ship was detained by
Egypt. It was bound from Haifa
to the Israel port of Eilat on the
Gulf of Akaba.
Dulles in 1954 pressed on Brit-
ain to relinquish its base in the
Suez Zone, until then the pivot
of the entire Middle East security
system. This was done as part of
unsuccessful American diplomatic
overtures to align Egypt with the
West. Israel asked Dulles to use
his influence to get Egypt to aban-
don the anti-Israel Suez blockade
in return for American support
in persuading Britain to leave.
Dulles failed to act on the Israel
request.
Today Israel finds itself the one
country barred from the canal.
The Washington Post and Times-
Herald said "one means of test-
ing Nasser's promise to respect
the rights recognized in the 1888
convention would be to dis-
patch an Israeli ship through the
canal."
Book Rtvitwer Hilary Mindlin u ill. Following it ,u on a re PORTRAIT OF ISRAELMYTH AND REALITY By H.I 1
Public Affair. Pamphlet No. 240. Public Affair, Commit!-'!*
Yck. 15*. 28 pp. 25c. *""*
A NUMBER of popular myths about the new State of Israel jr.*!
Spelled in a new 25-cent pamphlet, "Portrait of lsrael-tfttk SI
Reality," just published by the Public Affairs Committee.
the
Written by the distinguished foreign correspondent Hal Lehnu.
pamphlet surveys the strengths, weaknesses, problems mh ..
problems and op*. I
is a people like ml
other, with the usual strengths and frailties, with no monopoly u Jw
tunities of the new state and finds "the Israelis a people Ilk
or evil.
Most of the myths regarding Israel, Lehman finds, c
each mutually refuting, with the truth somewhere between
He notes, for example, that many contend that Israel is ii
the Scriptural land of milk and honey," while others insist that "is*
is an artificial creation, her soil too stony and arid and narrow to 3
tain her present population, her productivity too low to justify 3
high Western standard of living."
"Nobody disputes that Israel has been consuming much _
than she has produced," Lehrman declares. But he adds that it iTj
reasonable to ignore the substantial progress already made and 1
facilities on hand for continued advance.'
Among the economic problems still to be overcome, he lists thai
fact that "too many workers produce services rather than commoil
ities," the tendency "to mix politics and security with ecoooraio,'!
and the difficulty of recruiting settlers on the land. Some progress i
noted in meeting each of these problems.
Another set of myths relate to the new state's ideology
all evidence to the contrary." Lehrman declares there are tl
maintain that Israel is a thinly-concealed socialist society
others who see Israel brilliantly advancing toward the idyllic 1
tarian society, with capital and labor already dwelling in compj
bliss."
Lehrman suggests that rather than either extreme "Israel pn
a quaint spectable of a socialist party extending carrots to a capiu
donkey because the socialists know that the country desperately 1
investments but that their capital-coaxing is hampered by 1
inhibitions."
A final pair of myths deals with the spiritual climate of the 1
state and the tone of its institutions. Lehrman notes that some criti
regard Israel as "just another Middle Eastern community, I
politically primitive with a thin top layer of Occident ,.. 1
suggest that Israel somehow sprang full-grown into birth, a
democratic state."
"Like other countries, including the wisest. Israel has certain |
culiar conditions which are less than ideal," Lehrman finds,
them he lists the "interference of politics with aspects of life <
are generally outside of politics," and "the large and direct role pla
in politics by the institutions of religion."
"Israel needs peace and time," Lehrman concludes Granted 1
blessings, the record indicates that she may look forward to a futuiel
great promise.
Some Aspects of the Sept. 1 Religious Riots in Jerusal
something of a linguist.
Mr. Stevenson only used two JONATHAN SHILOH
Hebrew words. That should not
deter him. Hebrew is a very sim-
ple language fundamentally. A
man says "Shalom Aleichem" to
you. you reply by reversing it:
Aleichem Shalom. This principle
was explained once to a non-Jew
who married a Jewish girl. At the
wedding, a Jew came up to him
and said "Maael Tov." He replied:
"Tough Mazel."
Ill Hit BAIT G. EMJFT
Liz Taylor May be Wouk's 'Marjorie'
Hollywood
ulOVIE producer Milton Sperl
"ing. in a JTA exclusive, told
me that Elizabeth Taylor is his
mo>t likely choice for the lead in
"Marjorie Morningstar." which he
will film for his own United
States Pictures company for re-
lease through Warner Bros.
Sperling further advises me
that Everett Freeman completed
the screen play Sept. 15. Author
Herman Wouk is scheduled to
come to the Coast to polish the
dialogue and. together with the
picture's director, prepare the
final shooting script. "Marjorie
Morningstar" would be Miss Tay-
lor's first picture away from MGM
where she was discovered some 13
years ago, and played another
Jewess, the daughter of Lsaac of
York, in Walter Scott's "Ivan-
hoe."
Sperling, son-in-law of Harry M.
Warner, who resigned from the
presidency of the firm several
months ago, still has another hot
story property, "Melville Good-
win, U.S.A.," which he has turned
over to his home studio for Mar-
tin Rackin to produce, to concen-
trate his efforts on "Marjorie"
and assure an early November
shooting date for the Wouk story.
He intends, however, to maintain
his interest in the "Goodwin" pic-
ture which he will supervise.
"Melville Goodwin. U.S.A." was
purchased by Sperling originally
as a vehicle for Humphrey Bogart
and Lauren Bacall. However, ill-
ness forced Bogie to withdraw
and Kirk Douglas was signed to
replace him in the title role, shar-
ing top billing with Susan Hay-
ward. Keenan Wynn plays an im-
portant featured part.
Due to his new commitment.
Douglas must postpone his own
"King Kelly" opus in which he
was to star as a fabulous charac-
ter of the Civil War period, cur-
rently being scripted by Edna An-
halt. Kirk Douglas' own "Bryna
Productions," in turn moved up
Jerusalem
A SOLUTION to Jerusalem's religious riots, in
which Orthodox Jews are pitted against non-
observant residents, is being sought by a Govern-
ment Inquiry Committee. The solution holds prom-
ise of ending once and for all the disturbances and
to provide the basic outlines for a way of life
which will determine, to a large extent, the cap-
ital's future characteristics, both physical and
spiritual.
The committee was set up immediately after
the Sept. 1 Sabbath Riot in which 35 of the
2.(KK) demonstrators were injured. Of these. 25 were
Orthodox, seven were policemen, and three were
non-religious bystanders.
Another person. Pinhas Segalov. 55. died after
the not. From evidence submitted to the commit-
tee it appears that he died of natural causes, per-
haps aggravated by the emotional impact that the
not had on a man in poor health. But a definite
statement on the cause of death must await the
decision of the committee.
What caused the Sept 1 riot? The answer is not
simple It is composed of many integral elements.
it would be well to begin with a brief explana-
BOtUS SMOLAK
tion of Neturei Karta, self styled -Guardians of I
City." The Mea Chearim quarter, which is oael
several strictly Orthodox strongholds in
also houses this small sect estimated Jfl
100 families of ultra-Orthodox Jews ITtt
dox is a weak expression. Zealots would be 1
better description. ..
The sect does not recognize the State oil
neither de facto nor de jure. It refuses to use 1
of its institutions, not even the harmless r
Office. It holds that the existence of ne ~"
Israel, of Zionism, delays the coming of wer-
siah. This would be a quaint belief, a charrninii
of medieval thought, if its members mnw
militant and addicted to stone throwing iw'
larly go out to demonstrate against any "
of their strict interpretation of religious W
ly against traffic on Saturday.
Since Jerusalem has no public tran on Saturdays, they have specifically denw
(20 times this year) against passenger trm
take secular Jerusalemites to the seashore
bathers, coming under a rain or sP'i
lose their tempers. They give battle Ana
them can throw a mean rock.
Columnist Reports on Findings of AJC Committee Execu
JEWISH LEADERS throughout the country are
studying with interest an analysis of the trends
in the American Jewish community by Dr John
Slawson executive vice president of the American
Jewish Committee. Not all of them agree with the
conclusions to which Dr. Slawson comes, but they
"Woman in Hell." which director .,1\ Z by drw,n 'Mention to the fact
that half of all the Jew. in the world live in Amer-
ica and that three<,uarters of the Jews in this coun-
try are native-born.
Hugo Haas currently has before
the cameras in the old Chaplin
studios, with Eleanor Parker play-
ing the lead.
He then emphasizes the diversity that exists
r8_therTiThe,S.
"integrationists." the nation-bsts. al
Yiddishists. Not to speak ***" ?Ztv#
ligious affiliation Orthodox, (on.
form in political belief in no*;
And he asks: "What binds ua *"%&
community in the United States if we w
differences? ...jj.ion. reKl
His answer is Jewish tra-JJJ^
faith, cultural heritage. "nf0^f,'a ptn'
memories. Out of all these. *\Z#*#
compound sens* of relatedness and
that most Jews feel toward one another


.October 5. 1956
LEGAL NOTICE
F.CTITIOU*
thnt
rtl-F UNDER
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HBRK1IY OIVEN that
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rlth Ihe Clerk of IB. Clr-
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; is Ml RB11Y UIVBN thai
"'' I"
ndn ih. fleiltlotia name o|
rvsFTn EAXKRS I*' NORTH Ml-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW *
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVK3N I! ,|
the undersign..I. dealt n ,,, tngHSf ,,
hu.i.i.-.-s imdrr ih.. (I, iit|s ,, .
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E. lit AvoSm. Miami. Intend ... r. g-
Mar raid nam.- with the oi,rk ,,f th,.
Circuit Court ..f Dad. County, Florida
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LEGAL NOTICE
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HERBERT MILLER,
LEGAL NOTICE
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No.
Plaintiff.
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
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the undesigned, desiring .,, engage In
business under the fl. iiu,,UH ,,. "J
SHANTY 1MB 0iau"a^S5 n w
12nd Avenue, \|lami, Intend to register
" '' name win, the it. k ,,r th.
Coui I i>f Hu.ic County, Floi uia
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kbhrlbr nXiwHAEL ,AVI-|,|A
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.TO: SArMlEr*'........'
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and ti. in. ii,
office nf Hi
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NAME LAW
[ NOTICE IS HKHBIIY OIVEN i'
the undeisigned, desiring to engage
business under the ri' tftloua nam-
u.uit
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NAME LAW
NOTICE is HBRERY GIVEN that
the underalaned, desiring .., engage ,
nuslneae under the firtiti,1UH :(llll. ...
MAR BEA-CQ fl XI.Es at Ml N W
H2 ;s'r-,llA""''. Worlds Intend, to
register niM name with ih.- fTert of
the Circuit Courl ..f Dad.
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Irtmit. I RXY
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Florida. Intends
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r I aide '.unity.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
XoTirK IS HBRI BY OIVEN thai
ins i" engage in
.- name of
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IIAUBBRT 100H
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l'AOl SKAHS
MAROO c CLARK
A Joint Venture.
THEODORE R. nki.son*"'" "lv"'"
Attorney for ApuHcanta
1 Lincoln Road
/28 |lV&-12-]f
Hldg.
NOTICE
that
MAM S
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NOTICE UNDER KCTITIOUS
NAME LAW
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engaaTa Id
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
INOTH-R IK HKItERY OIVEN thai
I underylsiir-il. ileplrlnR to engaRC In
ih.- rirtitloun name of
BARREI. H \K < HOD N W.
: Am Miami, I Ii latendi to nn-
r mid name- a ih the Clerk of the
rji: Coorl of had. County, Floi .1 I
GLADYS I.Ai'ltn: iR i. Owner)
. riAi:s. mi..in. i,
fK Wf-t Hauler Sir. ,|
|l|i>ra-> [.,r A|i|ili,ant
UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
KOTICE IS HEREBY UIVBN
the undersigned, desiring t engag.. i
puabteaa under the flofltloua name ..(
si V-UUi PRODVCT8 CO. ii,..i In. ,
n !2 V,"h,,-,w' ''"' Btreat, Miami,
with the i le.k .d tha Circuit Court ol
Dade County. Ho, Ida.
UROROE J. KOTLER
KOVNER /ffiMfilttl^
Attnrne)a for
si\-i;i.., Ik, >DCCT8 CO.
:i is I" ,-!:-iv
. copy ..r
,HJII ol Complaint
. Ulalntlfri attorney.
... "'"'"'I anawei in the
' l< rk of the i-ii, ii courl
'//'"'H- Sth da) of October
i .. otherwlae, the Bill of .,.
Plaint for Divorce, hen I
m BMJfm, r*,,"M". nils ii,..
ol September,
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i-ik of the i 'ii.-uit coart,
Pade ounty, Florida
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'N A FHIRrMAN'
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Jrd Street. Miami, intenda to
WUr SBld nan,,, win, th.. Cmh* of
^Urcull Court of Hade County.
INTIII.NT C. MKM ,TTI
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ihe underalgned, dealrina to eni
l.iisiness nn.ler the flctltloua nann nf
L* A HEADWEAR al 2010 M.B !nd
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ii,. I lei k ..r the circuit < 'out i of Dad<
ounty. Floi Ma
HEN l.rsin;
..,3.12-19 NATIUXAAI!'
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVBN thai
the undaralajned, dealrina; to engage in
business under the fi. titiolls ii,ii,i. ,,r
VARIETY CLEANERS at ISM 17th
street, Mian,I Beach intend to register
Mid i,.line with Ih.- Clerk of the <"!,. ::l
Court of l>ade County, Florida
MAROIE MII.I.KR
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9/28 10/3-12-19-2S
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
Notice la herjbj gi>. that ,he
-i,. heretofore aubalatlng be-
u "i'-"i i','".-v-"" ""''' '- PRANK
w.BAILRl and LEONARD W, l.vs.--
ma.V ., k ,i LEONARD w i.am:
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S'i.ei, Miami, Fin has been dl
^ mutual i.....win from and aftei the
-.in n..\ or September, |(8(
All debta due, owing and payable
'' the aald late firm win be aaaumed
,",' Wi'L;"r 'IV.1'" rninlne panne,-.
UNAIIIi \V. LASSMAN, a k a
1 BONARH W i.am:. who W||| con"
tiniie to carry ..,, the said i.ii-in.-s
"',' '^...'..'" '"'"'ei name of NL'UTG
S l >TI-..M
FRANK W l:\n.KY
LEONARO \v i.\ ' h .. LEI iNARl' W l. INE
BABNBTT PBLTZ
AMoln.v f.,T Firm
17 V. R W Mh St.
1" 5-12
i Mian,i Beach, Florida
.,> of Septemb. r,
... MELVIN POLLACK
Attnrne) for Flrmi
NORMAN I- SOLOMON
I ,,l law
120.1 Lincoln Road
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l' 21-21 10/3-1J
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
arotli e I- herebi give,, ihat the
partnerahln heretofore aubalatlna be-
...in. ,h,. underalgned, i.-.i is
HAI'ARo ml Itl'HEN I' I'lltVIS
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
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NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the iindeisigneil, desiring to engage In
.''.' J.';"~ "".'':'' "" nctltloua name of
CLOSETS DE COR. at 9l> Harding
Avenue, Burfalde, Hade Cotimv, Floi-
raa, intend* to register said name with
the i i.rk of the Circuit Courl of Dade
county. Florida
CIX>8ET BOUTIQUE, INC
/M-tl-iV-1,A0%BAliAN' ,'!,",en,
,\\.-., \l ami I :.a, h intends to i .
s.iid nun,.- with the Clerk of the i
cull Court of bade County, Florida
JQSEPH M, TANNENBAI
9/28 10/3-12-19 ^ """"
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN
ih.- undersign...!, desiring to engag. i
hualneaa under the fl.-tit i.nis nan
Ml Wll MARBLR AND I II.I.
PANT, al ,'",| s W Mh Ten,,, ,
ami, intends to regisie, aald name with
ihe 1'ieik of the Circuit Court ul D
County, Florida.
M I,. ZANK. Sole owner
10/3-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKHKBY GIVEN Ihat
the underalgned, deairlng to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SUN STATE TV SERVICE at 117S
S.Vl. 1st St.. Miami Intends to register
aald name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
HAROLD KRAVITZ.
. ... Sole Owner
1/28 1C3-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTK-R IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desliing to engage in
biiNlnesa under the fl.tltlous name of
OREAT SOUTHERN MORTGAOE
COMPANY at 1208 Alnsley Hl.lg in-
tend to reglateV raid name with the
Clerk of the Clr.-uit Court of Hade
County. Flui Ida
I' Wll> 11 HOCHPERO
ItlciiAltn I. KRAMER
9/28 ie/B-it-ii
Mu
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY, No. 194233
ULORI \ BLEMIT, l'lulntlff,
\ s
MARVIN SUBMIT, Defendant.
Ii M \l(\ l\ HLEMIT
1776 72nd Btr< i
Hro,.kl\ n. N. at Y.,' k
TOU ARE IIKREIIV NOTIFIED
Ihat a Illll of Complaint t ,, Divorce
hue bean fllM against yau, ami roll
lulled t.. -.., \,- a op) ,,f your
anawer to the plalntlfri attorney and
fjjg the orlg.....l ,1, ih.- office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
< ountv, Florida, on or before the Nth
day of ... ,,.|,. ,. i:..,; ,,,,,, Ul... ,h,. al-
legations of Nii.-h Illll will be taken aa
, onfi -.,-,! b) you.
I>ATEU this 24th day of Be.....mber.
19a6.
B. LEATHBRMAN
. "I the i iieuil i 'nui t
_,.. IIV JOAN i iCRNOYER
ALLOT. sn.\ i:i: a MULLOY
Allot nr> for Plaintiff
,"l Congress Building;
Miami, Florida
9/28 10/5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY OIVBN that
Ihe underalgned, deairlng lo ngi
- unde ihe fl I ime nf
T,i|' \ FA8HIONS at 12 8 N i: |., ,,-,!
Mreel Morth Miami Bea. h. Fla., in-
' ml 10 l. -.. ,-h Ihe
''eik .f the Circuit Courl ol Dade
County, Florida
SYLVIA M'RMAN
RRRA II.man
OBRSHON S MII.I.Kl:
T. ,|: \ i- ASIIH INS
i.......In I!.....1
Miami |tea< h, Florida
in-:,.12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN II il
the underalgned, dealrina to engajfi In
lei-lness under the flctltloua name >,f
ALADDIN JEWELRY a. PLATING
CO. (not Inc.} al .'::isi v W tth St.,
Miami, intends to re;: I name
with the Cl.rk of the Circuit Court of
i tad.- i 'ounty, y lo
SAMUEL IIV.MAN
Sole Owner
LEONARD J. KALIS1I. Aim
Attorne) for SAMUEL HYMAN
1001 dii Pont Hldg.
IA/5-12-19-H
'KINS. Defendant.
FOR DIVORCE
HOPKINS
I'nktn.w n
NOTICE TO DEFEND
or
... ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
^kP.S'-J^1 ,N AND FOR ADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 194049
GEORGE HOPKINS, Plaintiff
vs.
VIOLET llnl
SUIT
TO: VIOLET
lell.
Toy VIOLBT HOPKINS are herebv
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed ,,.
..- .1 you are required lo eerve a copy
of your Answer ot Plea I na to th. Bill
of Conrplalnl on the I'l.iiniiff- At tor-
n. BEN ESSEN, Eaq., 1011 S,
Miami. Florida ..ml til.- the
original Anawer oi Pleading In Ihe
off* of the Clerk of the i
,"1 oi before the 19th da) of I k-tobei
If you fall lo do ao, hidgmenl b)
II will be taken agalnal you for
I the relief demanded ii, the Hill of Com-
plaint
DONE A\l> ORDERED al Mian I
Floi Ida. this 17th .lay of Septembei
A. n. I9g.
R. It. LEATHBRMAN,
Clerk, Client Court,
_ Dade i 'ouniy. Florida,
it t'olllt Seal!
By I. A. CLEARS
BEE essen ""'"y n"k-
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Be)bold Hldg.
9 H-28 I0/S-1!
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS l''-:itEHY OIVEN thai
the underslgue.' .leslelnc lo engase In
bualneaa under he flctltloua name of
HERMAN Al ARTME.NTS at 1131
Ruelld Avenu. Miami Hea.h. Fla..
Intend lo neglater said name with the
Clerk of the Cir.ult Court of Dade
Cuuntv. Florida.
SI 1,M \ K. Itl'lt.M \N
JoHAN I. BERMAN,
Sole < '" tiers
ill' "HOUR It. NELSON
Attorney for Annllcanta
l Lincoln ltd Blag;.
10 S-12-lt-M
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW .
NOTICE IS HEREItY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fietitious name of
BISCATNE REALTY A- BUSINESS
BROKERS: BISCATNE REALTY
BISCATNE BUSINESS BROKERS, at
111 S W. U'th Avenue. Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Conn of (tade County, Florida.
RIoilAun LAW80N BALCH,
Sole Owner
KESSI.ER ft OARS
Attorneya for Appli.-ant
17(1 W. Flagler St.
I'll-.!-:'* l" I
in countv-judob*' court
OAOE COUNTY^ FW.BJOA
RTC: ESTATE W -'
Wl I.E HEOBL, a k/a
WILE c HEGEL, a/k/a
wolf heoel, /v a
Wt tl.E c SEGAL, a/k/a
W C SBOAL, a'k/a
Wl LI- C. SIRGEL, a/k/a
UnI.E SIROEL. a/k/a
WULF BIOEL, I.....ia-.i
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTIQE is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition fo-
riiial Imcharee aa adnilnistrat... of
.....-late of WILE BEG EL etc
deceaaed: ami thai on the -'-'n.i da
October, Mil, I will apply to the Hon-
orable County Judges of Had. Co
Florida, for approval of raid final re-
port and for final discharge a*
mlnlatrator of the estate ,lf Wl'l.E
si:.iel, ei, dapaased
Thla IMh day of Septeml,, ,, |J-.
CALL W. SIRGEL
As Admlnlatrator of ihe esi
WULF SEtlEL, etc., d< ream
MYERS, HELM \N a KAPLAN
Attorneya for Admini-r, ,.,,,|
'.. J1--1-. -- |a ,.|-
of
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN
th.- underalgned, deairlng to engi
- under (he flctltloua na,
CARNIVAL CLUB, al 1410 N.W
si Intend! to eglatei aald nam.
tin- Clerk "f ih. cir. ult Court ol
County, 1
i: E ':. I'.., Inc.
by i leorge < "ote, Pi aid. i
,........fW', P Parada, Se. y- I
III RHERT II HUTNER
Attorne) r..i Applicant
Bldg Miami
t 21-28 I" 5-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES" COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 38672 B
In Rl ESTATE IE
ABR KINZER, a/k/a
ABRAHAM KINZEIt, Dereaaed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I o All Creditoi and All Pt i aona Ha -
Ing claims ,,r Demanda Agalnat Said
Batate:
Yotl, and eaoh of you are I
notified and required to preeenl
Claims and demands which \,,
either of you. may have against the
estate of ale KINZER k/a AURA-
HAM KINZER, deceased late of I ..,ri
I County, Florida, to the H.mo.able
County Judges of Dade County, i 1
the same in their offices u, tl.o
Sia lenient req'Ji
August .'I. IM2, .-.
Act! ol .March .1.
1941 iTItle
S.-. I. ,n 223)
I by the A. i of
Amended by llie
1981, .nui Jul) -'.
.:', United siai.- .
-i.wlnc the ownership.
mam.eeir. in and circulation ol THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN. pubU bed
weekly at Miam' El, .:.:... f..i Ocl let,
1938.
The na
p':'.!i her
Publlaher- I
Bo :: :. M hi
The ot
Not In,
Shocht'. i
i 'la
The
each If
distribute i
oth. ra i-e. n
Ihe II m Itha
IhoWn alst.e ,\..-
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tin- r.th il.n of oten i
n .i \ m
.I a.hlr. esea of the
-diioi are Kdltor-
\< Bho. het, P. o
18, Fla
The i- -ii i'i. "idi.'ii
(My eomm'asloa
riliei s......het, i red K
.', \V \ :':i7.'.. ,\'i ,mi 18,
n ih. .' .plea of
Hit o 'Id" ai ...ii dil oi
.hi o, ih ih. m ,i s or
n i
the date
f ti he r.
-
.,i before me
,i 1931
Till i.MPSON
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the iiniici.-mncil. desiring to engag. |a
bualneaa undei the flctltloua name of
JANET MEREDITH al 18*8 s w. Ird
si., mi.mil, Intendi t.. rag-later aald
name uuh ihe Clerk of ihe C
Court or | lade Count) Elm Id i
SYLVIA ALTAIAN
I II in 3-lL'-i9
file
County Courthouse In Dade Countv,
Florida, within eight calendar n
from Ihe date of the first puhl.
hereof. Said il.iiini. or demands to con-
tain Ihe legal address of the claimant
and to be sworn to and presented aa
a for. said, or same will be ba ed.
.-.. Section 733.16 of the 1913 Pioliate
Act.
I tale September 3. All. l:i.
BRCKJE KINZBR.
i
Aa Admlnistrali ix Cum Teal -
memo Annex., ..r the Estate .f
AHE KINZBR. a k'a
ABRAHAM KINZER, Deceaaed.
ENO LANDER TENDRICH
Atta.i B. ) a) Law
111 Lincoln Road. Miami Leach, Fit.
Attorneys for Beckle Klnsei
Administratrix Cum Testamento
Annexo
9/14-21-21 m 3
S< ptember
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOU$
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN Ihat
the underalgned, deairlng to ena,
' he fl. titlouf mime of
a A- II AUTO EMITS at 14141 N. W.
7th Ave., Miami. Fla., Intend to i I -
ild j .mi. ,< th the i 'l.i k of the
Circuit Conn of Dade County, Florida.
ll \i:i:v ii .; iRDON
WILLIAM E. HINT.
Ow lie; -
ROBERT Itl.'i' IMBBRO
Attorne) r..i Bar v ll. Ooidon
William I- ll,mi
9 21-28 10 i-IJ
REOITORS
UOOES' COURT
COUNTY. FLOR-
No. 38986
I*
ACME
SUPPLY
FR 9-5274
PR 3-6996
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
olicHs your lexjal notJcgM.
Wg. appreriale your
patronage and auaranta*
accurate) nric* at bgal
rota* .
FR 4-4366
NOTICE J
IN THE COUf Y
IN AND FOR C .D
IDA IN PROBATE
In Ri KSTATE I F
FRANCES MORRIS
To All 'r. .1 tori .111,1 \'l Per* ma Hav
Ing claims or Dageandj Asslnal s.,id
Estate:
^ou. and each of you. are h-r. hy
tifle.l and raaul ad to present any
I, and- hlch Mill, or
th.r nf von. may have against the
ii- \ v -i:s MORRIS dl
inty. 1 'oi Ida, to ihe
able Count' Jedfes of Dn.le
Countv. and fill In their of-
the i' ajnt) Courthouse In
Dn.le Cminty. ll'il.la. lthln eleht
calendar months from the date of the
first puhltrailon heretif s.-'.I lalina or
n i- in contain llie al addi --
of the claimant and to I) ww n to and
is a anted ,"s afcresald, same will be
bai I
Dat. 24th. AD. 19Sg
El'V V I .Eli:
A Bxe trig of Ihe IjisI Will
i I T. a men I of
| V\'i "S Ml 'K'llS
MYERS. IlKIM V V .> K VI'LAN
mix
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the underalgned, desiring to engage In
bualneaa under th.- flctltloua name ,,f
Mix Ml JEWELRY EXCHANGE, al
711 Hade Commonwealth Building. Mi-
ami, Florida, intends to reglati
name with Ihe Clerk of the Cii.inl
('nui t of Dade County, ei,
Mm-; si.ovis
OEOROE CHERBN
Attorne) for M,.< Blovla
807 itlympla Building. Miami 32, Ha.
: 7-14-ri '-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN PROBATE. No. 38*47
In Ri ESTATE OF
THEODORE. cii.XK.'EE. alao I
aa TORI XS CHAKOFK, Dec.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All P< raon
Ing iTan,., ,,r Demanda Again
Estate:
You, and each of you are |.
notified ..ml required to preaenl any
claims and demands which rO
eiilier of you, may hi nat the
estate of THEODORE ,'H 'KOI
known aa TOBIAS CHAKOFK "
e.l l.ne of Hade County, Floi I
the lloll,.laldc COUnty Judge:, of I d,.
County, and file the same in their
In the i ',,.,1,11 Co it thou
Dade County, Florida, within
.i.i, montha from the dan- ..f Ena
first inihli. ailon hereof. Saul i 'ai in
,man.i- to contain tha leg
.ii-.-- of the claimant and to be iworn
I,, and preaented aa afore* id n -.me
win I.. I..,, red s.e s,,....., : ,.f
the I'M", Probate x i
Dale September 12, AD. I9J6,
JOSEPH I'llAKul'l--.
As Administrator of the Estate ot
TIIEOniiRE CHAKOIF, a k a
TOIU XS CHAKOFK, Deceaaed
By: WARREN s WEPMAN
XXEI'M AN .V WEPMAN
(ii? Rlsoayne Hl.lg., Miami J2. Fla.
9/2I-2S HI 5-11
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Lea and Jeequea Cohen, of Sunset Island 4, gave
a birthday party Sunday at the Park Avenue for
her brother. Dr. Harvey Leman .
A round doien family members attended the
function in the medic's honor, who is a Sunset Is-
lander, too, including Mrs. Lola Lichtanatain, of
Aruba. Netherlands West Indies .
hand t<> wish his uncle well was the host couple's son,
i Friadland has been trousseau shopping in New York
L for her Pec. 29 wedding date .
. (he lovely daughter of Mr. anal Mrs. Samual Friadland,
LZr for her Dec. 29 wedding date
K^V the lovely daughter of I
" oj, rd The bride-elect's father is chairman of the board
Mima'went along to Gotham Town with daughter Marjoria for
; excung shopping spree ...
The prospective groom is Irving Cohan, son of the Joseph
3329 Pine Tree dr. The couple, incidentally, plan to honey-
"j'n California, and when they return to Miami Beach, Mar-
intends to continue with her schooling.
The Herman Frankels are back from New York City, which was
Balned business and pleasure trip ...
Among friend- visited there were Mr. and Mra. Harry Dachs,
ho expect to return the visit come this winter in Miami Beach .
Prior to their Gotham Town stay, Mr*. Frankol and daughter
a. vacationed with her family in Newburgh, N.Y. At the same
anther Frankel daughter. Batty, was away camping in Salem,
>>>>>cc
Speaking of the Samual Friadland*. following their summer
lotion at their lakeshore home in White Bear Lake. Minn., the
en cf the household congregated in New York City to see Sam
tsected with the first Louia Marshall award of the Jewish Theo-
gical Seminary of America (reported in this week's issue) .
All 'f which was very- exciting for Sam. But quiet news from
|mp!e EmanuEI. of which he is president, indicates that even
are exciting events are in the offing there come Nov. 23 his
rtfaday.
Insurance tycoon Joa Waintraub, and Mrs. Waintraub, are off
II Northern vacation .
The Waintraub itinerary is scheduled to include the Grebanier.
hite Sulphur Springs. W. Va., for ten days of golf then, natur-
lb, Goiham Town and a round of Broadway shows there .
With them will be Kay and Hal Polton he's president of
ftitview country club.
Stlma and Sam Oritt will hold an intimate cocktail party and
let Tuesday evening, 5:30 p.m., at their 810 Lakeview dr.
tat...'
Guest of honor is Jerusalem Post publisher and mayor of
^nisalem, Garshon Agron, here to address an Israel Bond func-
Salma and Sam will meet Mayor Aaron at the airport when he
feat 12:55 p.m. Tuesday .
Expected to attend the exclusive party are Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
ro he's Temple Beth Sholom president Mr. and Mrs. Max
[Mi, Mr. and Mr. Jack A. Cantor, Rabbi and Mrs. Leon Kronish
he's spiritual leader of Beth Sholom Mr. and Mrs. Laon Ell,
* and Mrt. Itadore Hacht, Mr. and Mra. Jacob Shor, Mr. Samual
Itvtnson and Mr. and Mrs. William Bornstein.
I ^n ble hotel was the site of a surprise party TucmI.iv
mm. honoring Naf Roth on his 60th birthday .
I Several hundred persons turned out to wish Nat well and to
per Hue Pearl congratulation*, on the festive occasion .
Boats
*m member* of the Miami Beach National Fashion
Jubilnrs, which Nat founded five years ago and of which he has
w hern president .
bbb?T R0,hS' "' :i;T NK 28,h st- have three children, two of
JJjjjn me in Miami Stanley Roth and Mrs. Martin (Millicont)
I Lnable to attend, because she resides so far away in Hunts-
Tk u """" Wil,i*m *"") Tucker .
tea* branN also have five grandchildren including the
nnB; younRMPrs already tucked away to bed when the catered
w being served at the Sea Isle.
till? 'he SS United States for two-month tour of the
The f"L Und Mrfc M*rry **". 86,h s____
i.ib,i l,inerry will include England, France, Spain,
Inciri tT^ S*eden and Sw'tzerland
tiileahrn a l'V" H*rry intends studying food service techniques
linBaiHarbV adap,ation by tite Americana hotel, opening Nov.
Btinfhn!!i'? Z1"ch' he P'ans to confer with Ueli rVeoar, top notch
""ental food consultant.
Nela ..'***
WantMN t* E'*"* ar< o**k in Miami Beach following
Itoiland andH li througn lne Scandinavian countries, Germany,
"linTnm it0m' ,hey report- l" remarkable comeback and
Nerfrir n,y MoU and U## 8aw "Orally rtng from the
anpatgn ,h'es s"cn as Rotterdam all but wiped out by the Nazi
"rough the low countries during World War H.
Bom to d **********
*'* havo T* 1M Ah* Cor,. daughter on Sept. 17. Name
Tl* new hcld at the ,srael't Center ...
!* pMrl, 3548Vc\ 'S SV'V'* Lrnn* PrOUd grandparents are the
Rapid Nnio **'
*,or Uno.si e Run: **'?* ,nd ^r# *hw*rtx. Miami-
ubtic tu_ .years- are tack from a visit to the Dominican
FS^ Pbli
r m
'irm
They were guests of Mr. and Mrs, Jamas Lowry .
""Win a l a?0UnUnt hre <>r many years. 6eere is also
"* firm m supp,y conpany and former president of a
13th et hav *nd Mrfc ***" *>*. formerly of 1120
" "* c'hiiri/ r'turned from Cleveland, O.. where they visited
* W SW n thr** mont The new Friedman home
All/,
ontan s
"WerU
t
Miami, Florida, Friday. October 5, 1956
Section B
Dr. J. A. Greenhouse and Mrs. Greenhouse
(left) chat with Israel Consul Max Varon and
Mrs. Varon at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Meyer Baskin in Coral Gables. Dr. Green-
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Muravchick. 3340 Chase ave., Miami
Beach, celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary with
relatives and friends at the Fountainebleau hotel Sept. 27.
The surprise dinner party was given by their daughter and
son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Gerard Schainuck.
B'nai B'rith Women's Council in Membership Campaign Here
house, a Miami Beach leader in the Israel
Bonds campaign, and Mrs. Greenhouse were
among the guests at a cocktail party ten-
dered by the Baskins for the Varons.
A Social Highlight
Of Gables Summer
At Baskins' Home
A social highlight of the summer
in Coral Gables was a cocktail party
and reception held last week at
their home by Mr. and Mrs. Meyer
Baskin in honor of Mr. and Mrs.
Max Varon.
Varon. Israel Consul in New York,
was guest speaker at Yom Kippur
services of the Coral Cables Jew-
ish Center. Baskin is past presi-
dent and current Israel Bonds
chairman of the congregation.
Among guests were Col. and Mrs.
Nathan Rood. Dr. and Mrs. J. A.
Greenhouse. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Ettlnger, Rabbi Morris Skop. Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Simon. Dr. and
Mrs. Berthold Friedl. Mrs. .1. Zal-
kin. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Heiman.
Dr. and Mrs. Zoran Zinner, Mr.
and Mrs. Isaac Camber. Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Winokur. Sidney Glaz-
ier and Gerald Schwartz.
Winokur is president of the Cor-
al Gables Jewish Center. As a re-
sult of the party and of Varon .
talk during Yom Kippur services,
more.than $20,000 in Israel Bonds
was sold.
The Varons returned to New
York Monday after a two-week stay
at the Shelbourne hotel.
South Florida B'nai B'rith's mem-
bership drive took off in high gear
early this week. All chapters in this
area had "kickoff breakfasts" Sun-
day, at which time door-to-door
solicitors were given classes and in-
doctrination in B'nai B'rith proj-
ects.
Further education for women's
chapters was offered on Monday
over Jackie Pierces TV program;
Tuesday on radio's "The Bulletin
Board;" Wednesday, on "Biscayne
Host." at which time Bob Clayton
invited chairmen to be interviewed;
as well as spot announcements on
both radio and TV through Oct. 13.
Tables are being set up through-
out the city, containing information
and membership application blanks
and manned by women familiar
with B'nai B'rith.
The entire membership program
for South Florida has been set
by Mrs. Frank Smulson.
up
Wast Miami Chapter
West Miami chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women met Tuesday evening
at Temple Zion. Miss Pricilla Ros-
enfeld, of the Anti-Defamation
League, was guest speaker. Mrs.
Alan Jay was in charge of the pro-
gram.
The chapter will hold a paid-up
membership affair at the Algiers
hotel, Tuesday evening.

Gilbert J. Balkin Chapter
A versatile evening of cards,
scrabble and mah jongg is planned
by the Gilbert J. Balkin chapter of
B'nai B'rith Women at Ed Kassen's
Tuesday evening, Oct. 16.
Unique Dinner Due In Three Shifts
A dinner party for paid-up mem-
bers and husbands will be held on
Saturday. Oct. 13, by North Dade
chapter of Women's American ORT.
The dinner is Italian in motif and
is to be held at the homes of three
members. The first course will be
served at the home of Mra. Nat
Rohhins. 1025 NE 82nd st., at 7 p.m.
The main course will be served
at the home of Mrs. Ralph Hollan-
der. 300 NE 48th St.. and dessert
will be served at the home of Mrs.
Morton Terry, 9025 NE 4th ave..
where guests will remain for danc-
ing, swimming and entertainment.
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Participants in "What's Doing at Sisterhood," a skit presented at the opening tea of Sister-
hood of Temple Beth Sholom. are (left to righ t) the Mesdames Howard Lessner. Harry Smith.
Joseph Friedman. Thomas Gerard, Norman Arkin. Stanford Pierce, Leonard Silverman and
Neil Schiff. In background are Mrs. Michael Mersel. Mrs. Nathan Brenner. Mrs. Albert Sha-
piro, Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan and Mrs. David Miller. Skit was produced and directed by Tnxie
Levin. Cast included members of Sisterhood, of which Mrs. Sol S. Pine is president.
Chairman of the opening tea was Mrs. Harry W. Greenberg, Sisterhood vice president and
membership chairman. Program chairman was Mrs. Norman J. Russ, and hospitality chair-
man was Mrs. Alexander Robbins.
Miss Yael Dayan. charming
young Israeli journalist and
daughter of Israel's Defense
Chief of Staff, Gen. Moshe
Dayan, will be special guest
of Rabbi Leon Kronish at a
meeting at Temple Beth Shol-
om Sunday morning at 10
a.m. Miss Dayan will speak
to the final meeting of the re-
ception committee for Mayor
Gershon Agron. Only 18, she
is g full-flegged writer in the
publicity department of the
Israel Government Tourist
Corporation.
October Marks Season's Opening
For Local Pioneer Women Chapters
' ibtr markl the opening of a talk hv Miss Rebecca I.ipson on
the leaaon's activities foe the Great- "Child Rescue in Israel."
.t Miami Council of Hooter Worn- ,.,., j Mjnt7,.,, Abraham
ma and tti m\ local gbedroA and Ida Jacob are In
chapt char* nts.
Golda Myerson
Ida Myerson cub will have Coral Cables Chapter
opening meeting ins Thursday evening in the home
oi Mrs. Paul Berlin, vice president.
Mrs Sonia Plotkin and Mrs. Sam
Cook announce that plans are com-
plete for a m< mbenbip luncheon
sponsored by the Gables chapter
on Thursday noon, Oct 18, at the
Ed Hassen restaurant.
turn Mra Bernard Kahn. view pres-
ident, will preside in the a!i>encc of
president Mrs Oscar Zltzer.
Mrs A .1 I-hlon. cultural chair-
man, will discuss 'The Late De-
velopments m Israel."
Clob II
Members of Club II will com-
bine work and pleasure when they
have for their opening a luncheon
; Oct 10 ni>on at the Nautilus hotel.
Guest of honor will be Sonia, Miami Hebrew Congregation with
Malinoff. of Lsrael. Mrs Ida Jacobs, j a talk by Judith Ann Rood, 16 year-
president of Club II. will give a,old student at Coral Gables High
.note of thanks to club members School, who was in Israel with
Mi- Ida Bookspan. Mrs. Rose Mar Bnai B'nth Youth last summer.
, cus, Mrs. Pearl Gratz and Mrs. .
;Ceha Landy in appreciation of Greater Miami Council
their work in behalf of the State
"i l-rael."
!in her home. 230 SYV 29th rd for
Kadimah
On Thursday evening. Oct. 11.
Kadimah chapter will be entertain-
ed at its opening meeting at the
Mrs. Isaac Pushkin, president,
, will be hostess to Council members
Luncheon will be keynoted with
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Sixteen students of the October. Abo taking n-
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Max Orovitz. president of the hos-
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mony. announced that this is the
largest class to graduate in the
five year-history of the only school
n Honda accredited by the Nation
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tion. Florida State Board of Nurse
Registration and Nurse Education
and the Veterans Administration.
Guest speaker at the graduation
exercises was Dr Jacob eianetnan

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Prospective members will be
guests of Temple Emanu-El Sister-
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the Seville hotel.
Featured will be an original play
written and directed by Trixie Le-
vin. Mrs. Martin Borkan is in
charge of reservations.
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feminine fair: \~)n the J Beach workers for GMJCC campaign are seated (left to right) Leon Epstein, Beach
Sdi chairman; Mrs. Malvin Englander. chairman. Miami Beach drive; Mrs. Milton Sir-
GMJCC president; Mrs. Henry Cove, co-chairman, Miami Beach drive. Standing (left fo
bbt) are Arnold Piskin, Efraim H. Gale and Frank Fierman, administrative field secretary,
uihern Section, National Jewish Welfare Board.
aeration Women's Division Names Mrs. Feinberg io Post
Our Children" and "Our Commun- belongs to Hadassah. Eastern Star
fharlo P. Kcmbcrg. 5987
i R.y rci has been ;pnointed
tan of the third annual edit-
conference sponsored by
t'oraen'- Division of the Great
imi Jewish Federation,
, feinhei ntment was
urci-d this n k by Mr*. Irv
*hrmar;. divisi in president
ICMuminit; event which last
[afreet .' I women, will be
len Oc: 29 il Ihe Seville hotel.
ft leader .. i Greater Mi-
iwomtn- groups will partici-
1 in Won i.oru deal-
fwitb vital ".'injects of Jewish
St, aid .: i utstanriing pro-
i' : enl i- being
lned.acci>rJ;r.! 1 the ch?irnn.
fcntative tubjecl matter <'f three
Haopsei ions ivill be "bran!."
**
. lfS fdNBftC
. "A special "ffort is being made
this year to groom outstanding key
women fcr futuri leidership."
Mrs. Feinberg announced, describ-
ing preliminary pinna for the ill-
day conference. "Our aim is to
make officers and board members
of local service organizations intel-
lectually fashionable, so they may
better function for the ultimate
| good of their special organization
and the community at large," she
1 said.
Mrs. Feinberg has appointed
|t>*. William Brenner as reserva-
tions chairman reservations will
.be open beginning Tuesday. Oct. 9.
Mrs Feinberg is a memlier of
Federation's board of governors
and of the budget committc. ind
ialso serves with tiie board of the
women's division.
She is president of the Florida
Women's Division of the Americar
Jewish Cow great and is a national
vice president of the important
civic defense organisation. Her
membership dates from 1941. and
she has achieved a di-tingui-ln ;
record of service not only in her
local chapter in Detrort. but also
as a member of the national board.
Mis, Feinberg serves on the
board of the Sisterhood of Temple
Beth Sholom and is legislative
chairman of the Conference of Jew
i*b Women'* Organizations, in her
native city of Detroit, Mr*. Fein
berg served on the board of gov-
ernors of that city's Jewish Federa-
tion for many years She is also a
charter member of the American
Assn. for Bmndcfa I'niversitv and
and many other fraternal and serv-
ice organizations.
ovnefvont
Center Campaign
Brief, Leaders Say
Membership workers rallies
which included the showing of a
film on activities conducted by the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center officially opened the GMJCC
membership campaign for the 1956-
57 season. Competitive campaigns
will be conducted in both the Town
and Beach areas by leaders in each
of these buildings.
On Monday evening, a rally of
campaign workers held a meeting
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ber-
nard Weksler, where Judge Mil-
ton Friedman, chairman of the
Town Branch campaign, said that
"this year's drive will be completed
within the next few weeks."
A similar meeting of workers for
the Beach Branch campaign was
held at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Milton Sirkin, where Mrs. Malvin
Englander, chairman and Mrs. Hen-
ry Cove, cochairman, announced
that they had already secured ten
new members before the beginning
of the campaign.
First report meeting of the drive
will be a combined board of direct-
ors and membership report ol both
branches on Wednesday evening at
the Community Services bldg., 395
NW 1st st. GMJCC professional
staff assigned to thi. compagin are
Page 3B
Arnold Piskin, Beach Branch super-
visor, Israel Silver, Town Branch
supervisor, and Efraim H. Gale,
executive director.

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Rabbi Jacob Ceb*a

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cheese-making skill lo produce the
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Delicious with crackers and fruit.
Costa slightly more than domestic
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! cup minced parsley
1 cup chopped celery
3 tablespoons chopped green onions
*i cup chopped green pepper
2 teaspoons Heinz Prepared Mustard
Vi cup salad dressing or mayonnaise
1 tablespoon Heinz Vinegar
1 can (16 ounces) Heinz Vegetarian Beans in Tomato Sauce
2 "hard-cooked eggs, coarsely chopped
Salt to taste
6 medium tomatoes
2. CUT tomatoes almost
through into 0 wedge-shaped
sections; spread open, petal-
fashion, on lettuce leaf.
3. FILL center with bean
salad. Garnish with parsley.
Serve with French dressing, if
desired. Put on the table with
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except tomatoes. Chill.
Always ask for HEINZ, the
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Look for the *al of endowment THE VKION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA.


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Two Miami Beach Girls Are Heading
For Stern College to Resume Studies
Two -young ladies from Miami
Beach returned to Stem College
ior Women. Yeshtva University, on
Sept 30.
Miss Faith Caplain, 410 W. 31st
st, daughter of Rabbi and Mrs.
Jonah K, Caplain. regional director
I Yeshfva I'niversity. will com-
mence her junior year. Mi*s Son-
era Levy. 1515 West ave.. daughter
She was a majorette at Miami
Reach High, and her hobbies in-
clude painting and drawing.
Faith graduated from Ramnz ele-
mentary school in New York and
Thomas Jefferson High School in
San Antonio. Tex., in 1954. She en-
rolled in the first class of Stern Col-
lege the same year. Her sister, San-
dy, is a senior at Miami Reach High
t Mrs Etta Levy, will begin her School, and her brother. Shlomo. at-
sophomore year.
Stern College for Women in New
York City was established in 1954
as a result of an initial grant of
S500.000 by Max Stern, prominent
communal leader and industrialist,
in memory of his parents Stern col-
lege is the first liberal arts college
tor women in the United States
under Jewish auspices.
Sondra. her mother, sister Har-
riet and brother Leonard came to
Miami Reach in 1937 from New
York. She is a graduate of Central
Beach elementary' school and Miami
Beach High School. She received
her Hebrew education at Temple
Emanu-EI and graduated from He
brew hijih school sponsored by the
bureau of Jewish education of
- r Miami
tends the Hebrew Academy. Faith
and her family came to Miami
Reach in 1954. when her father was
called to serve as spiritual leader
of Congregational Kneseth Israel
in Miami Beach. Both Sondra and
Faith are majoring in education.
The college curriculum, which
includes 12 different majors in the
arts, sciences and Jewish studies,
provides young women with a lib-
eral education and training in prep-
aration for their chosen profession.
and at the same time furnishes
them with a thorough grounding in
the backgrounds of Judaism, ac-
quainting them with Jewish learn-
ing and traditions.
Registration at Stern College this
year is up to 150 students from 20
states throughout the nation, Can-
ada and Israel
Fund Prog
miss sonwa iivr
miss ruim camjm
Academy PTA Installs Officers
installation ol officers oi th| Mn Herman Berk mi program
Khars Assn of Hie Mb-Ichairman. Mrs Charles Rogin was
lemy toot place Sunday chairman of arrangements lor the
' the Ritz Plaza hotel evening.
Officers installed are pres lent
im Farr; vice presidents,
.me- Herman Berk, Ruth Mir
Morris B. Martin: treasurer.
Harry Kaplan: corresponding
Mn Arthur Bergm.
I secretarv Mrs Charles Bo-| Simchas Torah services at Beth
. haplain, Mrs Jonah (apian. Jacob Congregation climaxed one of
Irar, Mrs Robert Litowitz: Ua-1 the most festive occasion in the
officer, Mrs. Isidore Spolter: history of the synagogue.
Simchas Torah Fete
Unveils Scroll Plans
repre-entatiw- Mr-
Becker and Alfred Cosman.
Irwin
Rabbi Tibor H. Stern, in his aer-
mom, asked the congregation "to [
--------- honor all the Torahs in the Ark by ;
'- aj._,.__ redecorating each Torah with sil-
improvmg memory vor hre3^ P|ates and new ^ i
Greater Miami Alumnae ASSD of mantels." The congregation has!
n sorority Will meet nine Scrolls. One was donated re '
onday evening at the home of centlv by Mrs Tillie Levine
.an Merlin. 1241 SW 23rd i The remaining eight Scrolls were
speaker will be adopted for redecoration by the
to following persons: Mr- Levine, Al-
fred Elliot. Casper Center. Sol and
Pave Krevat, S. L. and Harrv Metz.
National Official Heard Mrs. j streicher. Max Shapiro and,
Mrs Rachel SakowiU, president .Mame Liberman.
chapter. Mizrachi Women I)av'd, Whitman, president, an-
nounced
r Wights PytM
A" ambitious Drn-
J'sing and altruistic
Planned by Ro^erTltSI
Pythian Sisters Te">l*]
What woman ha. .. .,
q-S'telJ,dresSed^off,'"l
" combining ti,JJ>l
~o^*2?'
iJ!S0lla -tor Tots" the *.,
their project. Headed 3
means chairman Mrs. feJ^;
tan. committee is bul*"'
teuuhzing every bi,2k
lce or material they ca
dress pretty little dolls. '
.h. a/e bei"Mhi
^l T{ additil ttolJ, v,
will be given gratis to 3
chaser of a ticket to theirT
card and man jong m-]
Cypress said. ''
Atthateyent.adollco.it,
be held and the best dnaT'
will be awarded a pnTJ
.submitted will be donated i
idren ,n hospitals in this area.
| In charge of information
Kaplan. 3270 SW 17th st,aj
j Abe Cutler, 3954 NVV 5th st.
OUT Schedules /Meetiw
Regular meeting of (be Cn
Miami chapter of Women'. 1
can ORT will take place alt
; press hotel Tuesday noon
Program will feature a mm
I lecture sponsored by the _
! Health Society. Topic will be"
I is Right in Ifarriagi
Mrs. Dora Berger, chairman of the Sukkah committee of the
North Shore Jewish Center, explains to little tots of the daily
nursery school how the Sukkah should be decorated. Mrs.
Berger's assistants are (left to righl) Ellen Lang and Bruce
Kotler. Scene was at the Center's recent Sukkoth festival.
Mian.i
Thomas Line in a talk on "How
iv Your liemorj
chapter. Mizrachi Women.
met Tuesdaj evening at the home
Coral Way Center
Holding Corp. Will
Launch Drive Here
that the rabbi will per-
sonally select m New York the
i Mrs. Anna Rlock. 1643 SW 71 h proper dcsigni for uniform decora-
.-' in honor of Mrs William Wein- tions "so that each Torah in the
iraub. of the national office of the Artl Wl" n;iu" a uniform appear-
ance Dedication services for the
Torahs will be held
Charm, Glamor Her Topic
First general meeting of the Mi-
ami chapter. National Children's
Cardiac Hospital, under the new
gavel of Mrs. Harold Cohen, will be
held Tuesday afternoon. Oct. 9. at
425C West Flagler st. Guest speak-
er will be Mrs. Loie Eschenbrenner.
of the Doris Crane Modeling School
and Agency, whose topic will be
. Dilation.
Lula Jones
Hewers Far All Ocrosiani
*\ Chanuka.
Rabbi and Mrs.
D E I I V E I T
Cat Newer*
Potted Pleats
Cartages
* Funeral Design*
Weddings
following the service at Kiddush
in Whitman Hall, where a Simchas
Torah meal was served, prepared
by Philip Weiss, of the Royal Hun
ganan restaurant, and catered by
A. H. Sonntag.
Coral Way Jewish Center
Wednesday announced the forma-
tion of a Holding Corporation. Jer-
ome Rosen is campaign committee ^ harm and Glamor."
chairman.
The corporation will launch a
omtime during S250.000 fund drive here Oct. 14
jfor the construction of its perman-
Stern were hosts ent site.
Jack Friedman. Coral Wav Jew
ish Center president, said Wednes-
day that "we are certain of success
because our spiritual leader. Rahbi
Max Shapiro, is a long-time, re
spected rabbi in Miami whose 22
years of service to the community
will inevitably make ours one of
Officers, Board to be feted
I** { M^^'S^Pme. president of the the finest "congr'eg'aTions^'here"
Parties Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom. Rahhl chanir ,aa a
1910 S.W. St. STtKT J will entertain officers and board of, Uurchina oNr! f w "^
Prw.no A Man directors of the Sisterhood at .aui,chm8'V',e Co' ^ay Jewish
Ph.tie I 4-5l | ,unchoon a, (hc &** Center ^ of particular .ntercs, ,
me. if you could witness with me
hurdreds of young coudIcs in their
_ twenties and thirties, anxious and
Rummage Solo Scheduled
Sunday. Oct. 7. a rummage sale
will be held by the Sisterhood of
Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute,
at Shell's super store. 5941 NW 7th
ave.. beginning at 8 a.m. Mrs. Ber-
tha Groudan is president.
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sincere to discharge the Svnagogue
responsibility in its entirety and
have it take a worthy place in the
long and honorable history of our
People, you would understand why
I accept this challenge."
The spiritual leader declared he
was confident "many fnends will
Decome sponsors f ,hc movement "
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r."~Tt$*;rfes^iassjf S-vVv- 11
.rvtober 5, 1956
liami Hadassah Groups to Stress
Membership at Functions Monday
* I^hIkI rhrSrfi^r
Paqe 5 E
gej^
| Gif, boxes for now and
recnro!lin on Oct.
ol 8 will top
.'Sership tea for the ai
M Seta group of Hadassn*
ai Shores. North Miami, and
.hlliimi Beach at the home of
Tst^ Gordon. 431 NE 110*.
Schwartz, member-1
Mrs Charles Ootlleb ,will Ri\t.
talk on bar mcent tr:p to Israel.
. V. Scoous
"IfembertMp on Parade" will he
feature'! under the direction of
Mrs. Mark Barnard by the |fl
GeraW Schwartz, memoer- Scopus group of rladasmfi Oct. 8
h vice president, ire an A Playtime Interlude will be
MiorBoU for 1956'to I ed twrted |.y Mr,. Am-nn Mlberblatl
mm\; 'Mrs. iand Mrs William Hechler.
foreign Minister of i (;Cst qMiakat will lip Mrs 8am-
,,fl ,upI Z. Sakaris, vice president of t
The aftcrn>n 1'-' l"1 P'mncM|*djJrJa;sion of Hadassah
program vivo ,,,--idents. Mrs^i^g^,^ St-.t*-
and Mrs. Irving member of the board of
t*
nniark! including a comedy sk;t of Federation.
"f 7s-ael RfrV ni<
governor'
d an addres- by Mrs. A. Arthur
ekelner. Miami chapter leadership
ordinator.
Ch.i
Tne fir-t election of officers will
, held by the now ly formed Cbal
mp of Hadassah al their meeting
,Monda\ evenii Meeting plaee
i the Dunes motel, 17001 Collins
jve. N Miami Beach.
a
Weiimann
I American affairs and a member-
hip party to be held this month
[ be the main topics under dis-
nwhen the Chain) Weizmann
jp meel- on Monday evening
I the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center. 450 SW 16th ave.

Menorah
"Mr. Kjtz Looks for Hats." an
riginal musical comedy skit writ-
by Mrs. Leonard Wolpe and
S George GHtelaon, will be pre-
I at the "Open House" given
' Menorah group of Hadassah.
It will be held at the Coral Gables
Midi (enter. 320 Palermo ave..
i Monday. Oct. 8 Included in the
ogram will be a special surprise
lemony honoring new members.
speaker for the afternoon,

The meeting will take place at
Beth David Synagogue, 2625 SW
3rd ave., at 1 p.m.

Miami
The "Naomi Players" will present !
a humorous music.il skit. "What
ever I-ola Wants," produced by'
Mrs. Joseph Schaffel and Mrs.
Emanuel Seitlin, at the annual
membership tea of the Naomi group
of Hadassah
Mrs. William Lee, past vice-prcsi-1
dent of the Greater Miami chapter
of Hadassah. will speak on what
Hadassah means to members.
The tea will be held at the Em-
press hotel Tuesday evening. Oct.
9. Mrs. Leslie F-Iumheig is in
charge of the affair
ill
Torah
The second annual mcmhor^lvp
tea of the Torah group will take
place Monday afternoon in Musi-
eians hall, 303 Min< rca ave., Coral
Gables.
Mrs. Bernard Newmark. mem-
bership chairman, will conduct the
program. A skit. "Hadassah in
Song." will be presented. Presid-
ing1 at the refreshments will be
Mrs. Herman Surnars and Mrs. Abe
rritdmari. .
-
Ind Beach Hadassah Units Also Plan
Interesting Programs for Monday
iiouisD. Brandeis group of Ha-
las-ah will welcomi now members
a membership tea at the Mar-
pique hotel at 12:30 noon on
londay. Mrs. Fred Jonas is pros'-
m. Gue.-t speaker will be Mrs.
Barry Gersten.
Htrzl
Henl will hold its first meeting
the season at 12:30 noon Mon-
fcv in the Sorrento hotel. Mrs.
pndy Poltnsky is program chair-
P A film entitled "The Last
Mr Will be shown.
Israeli
Israeli group will meet at the
|U6iers hotel at 12 noon Monday.
Mrs. Irving Westin has arranged
W Program.
The league of women voters will
BftaJ.*" l'n,itled "Constitu-
This
tion's Assn. of Greater Miami.
Deborah
Deborah is planning a gala mem-
bership tea meeting at the Martin-
ique hotel at 12:30 noon Monday.
A musical extravaganza will be pre-
sented.
*
Shalom*
A ceremony inducting new mem-
bers is planned for this group's
meeting to take place at the Hibis-
cus lodge, 12:30 noon, Monday.
Program chairmen Mrs. Max
Rothfeld and Mrs. Herman Anger-
man have arranged a panel discus-
sion, subject to be "Democrats vs.
Republicans."
Getting ready for Pan American Pageant which will herald
opening of the 163rd Street Shopping Center, Miami, on Nov.
1, are (left to right) Lynda Overgaard. Ellen O'Donnell.
Rosemary Morris and Paula Weinstein. The girls will be
among a group of 22 clad in costumes of 20 Pan American
nations, plus the United States and Canada. In addition.
the consuls of these nations plus a host of civic dignitaries,
business leaders and expected crowd of 10.000 people, will
participate in the event.
Miami Youth Gets Award to Brandeis
WALTHAM, Mass Nearly 25 bursary aid. or student loan funds, j
percent of the new freshman class\ incoming students awarded Bran-
and transfer students entering deis scholarships include Frank
Brandeis University this year, 76 Talmage. son of Mrs. Rhoda Tal-'
out of 330. have been awarded mage, i580 SW 6th at. Miami,
scholarships from the university in president of the National Honor
amounts from $100 to $2,000. ac- society at Miami Beach High,
; cording to C. Ruggles Smith, Bran- school, where he was a mem-
deis director of admissions. j ber of the class of 1956. Talmage,
In addition to these Brandeis received a certificate of merit from i
J University scholarships, many of the National Honor Society, honor- (
the incoming students are recipi- able mention in the Wcstinghouse
ents of other scholarships, awards competition and science and mathe-
and prizes such as from the Na- matics awards at graduation. He
tional Merit Foundation. General was also awarded the Bayshore Ex-
Motors, Westinghouse. and a num- change club scholarship.
ber of other national and local j----------------------------------
groups and organization-.
Of the 1,050 undergraduates and Groups Call for Measures
139 graduate students at Brandeis |
University this year, more than 40
Mayor Proclaims
Member-thon Fete
Mayor D. Lee Powell has pro-
claimed Oct. 7 to 13 as B'nai B'rith
"Member-then Week" on Miami
!)(;.i h
As part of the national person-to-
person campaign, scheduled to ex-
tend from Sept. 30 through Dec. 0.
the Miami Bern and North Shore
chapters of B"nai B'rith Women,
together with the eight other B'n ji
B'rith ehapiprs in the Greater Mi
ami area. Hare mapped out an in-
tensive duor-to-d icr drive for nev
< lulu r
The Miami Beach campaign will
feature morning "brunches" on
Sunday. Oct. 7. to hi. followed b)
door-to-door canvas:: of non-mem-
bers. AM prospects who are n' I
seen during Sunday will be visited
dining the week. The Miami and
Miami R-ach "Member-thon Week"
drives .sill be culminated b)
splash luncheon at the home of
Mrs. Alfred Reich. 6003 SW 59th
st.. for all those women who have
enrolled five or more new mem
bers during "Member-thon Week."
B'nai B'rith Women's District No.
5 will award a gold charm bracelet
to any woman enrolling 10 or more
new members from April 1. 1956
through Oct. 31.
The person-to-person "join cam-
paign" annually coincides with
B'nai B'rith's anniversarv celebra-
tion occurring on Oct. 13.
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AND TRADITIONS
CAIM.KI IIISIII IIV. COMPANY
NEW YORK (WNS>- Immediate Cover page of a new booklet
, ,, .. ., .. describinq emotionally rich arji
percent have been awarded scholar- and effective action on the resolu- beautiful customs and rituals cj
ships or are receiving financial as- tion passed by U.S. National Com- ^ Jewish wedding Bookie
sistance through service funds. ishion for UNESC0. condemning WQS piepared by r^ jacobs.
I discriminatory practices by foreign writer Jor Jewish newspapers
YoIIaUT I llC Matafl Kvernmcun,s, agams' Amcr,can radio and television. Published
LdUb Jld! I ten. Of the Jewish, fa.th. was urged Organiza-
here this week on the State Depart- r '
ment by the American Jewish Com- on for Calvert Distillers Co., c
mjttee i free copy is yours for the aslc-
Jewish committee and American! jng at: Tubie Resnik Calvert
Jewish Congress on the discrinjma-, Distillers Co., 305 Lexington
I Ave.. New York 17. N.Y.
For Emergency Use
Yellow Cab System taxis may be
Mrs. Martin Goldstein will pre-j Pressed into emergency service. .
1*. P.n.1 m^mr-rs will include Ben Demby. superintendent of com- _JJ_-----
side. Panel members will include,
Mrs. Joseph Shawmut. Mrs. Wil- j munications for the City of Miami.
liam Bookbinder and Mrs. Larry Ep- said Wednesday.
Yellow units will be used in time
stein.
Stephen Wi.
Hanm Seneith Stephen S. Wise sroup will meet
group will welcome its new'at 'be Allison hotel at 12:30 noon
hh It *l a mcctin8 to be held Monday. An interesting program is
uieShelbourne hotel at 1:15 p.m. on the agenda.
Mnday. r
lc speaker will be Mrs. Louis
fcrman. chairman of the Mi-
ll Fk-aeh
unit of the United Ni-
WOMBI in THf WIGHT
I ,l1TA.' ~ 0ne of ,he *P
"of the ^b u^e Df ^
Skk1S.arrived here with an
..I. ,nn<*ous diplomatic
^bu, nrealtv_accordmg
rmSeni C'rcle8 with tne
W(SLnment of keeping
trift tn i "n reParaions de-
Kr rael and of ^vising
'Armani ,n,P,enntion of
D^rman Israel reparations pact.
^'gn ;".USNa- wno h"ded the
'* ul? .,lt'";ir,'ent
*
I. R. Goodman
I. R. Goodman group will hold its
regular meeting at the San Marine
hotel Thursday evening. Oct. 11
Program will include induction of
new members, a ski! and a talk by
members of the League of Women
Voters.

Henrietta Siold
Henrietta Szold group will have
a membership tea on Oct. 8 at tne
Seville hotel at 12:30 noon An in-
teresting program is on the agen-
da. Mrs. Sam Frankel is president.
of attack according to the Dade
County Civilian Defense headquar-
ters or in other major diasasters
such as serious storms or hurri-
canes, said Demby.
According to a plan set up by the
Civilian Defense department sev-
eral months ago, a transmitter sim-
ilar to the type used by Yellow
Cab will be installed in the defense
building set for completion in De-
cember at 56th st. and 87th ave.,
SW.
Two-way radio controlled cabs
will be used for medical, emergen-
cy and rescue work. Civil Defense
officials said.
An alert is sounded over a direct
line from police headquarters to
the Yellow dispatch office when
assistance is needed, Demby con-
cluded.
LEVINE AND COHN
CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS
ANNOUNCE THE ADMISSION OF
BERNARD SHENKMAN
AS A PARTNER IN THE PRACTICE OF ACCOUNTANCY
UNDER THE FIRM NAME OF
LEVINE. COHN & SHENKMAN
CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS
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lue,
- of the
-has been accredited
r*he for M?yp,'an d'Plomatic at-
he promotion of Ger-
-Arb
cultural relat
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MRS. ARNOLD GlA.VIZ
Gableite Groom
Of Miss Wolkoff
St Paul. V.'.r.r eras the Netting'
lor the Aug. 21 marriage of Har-
riet Sue Wolkoff of thai ot\
David Justin Meyers formerly of
now of Coral Gable-
Rabbi \V Gunther Plaut perform-
he ceremony in the Mt Zion
Temple.
Miss Toba Miller. St Paul, was
j.d of honor Mr- Bernard Sacks.
ler of the bndegr'H.m Mil
Beach, wa an attendant
Bernard Ui ;xili-.
he~t man t>>r hi- brother. Ush-
I ini vanton Wolkoff,
ther "i the bride, and Btrr.
Its, of Mi ch.
U hen they return from
'rip in Wisconsin,
i make their home in
Omi
The the da ifhter "t
Mr. an-l V.- William \\ Wolk-
St Paui. The bri legroom .-
the Mr and Mr- .1 Heyi ra,
1J M'lun.a ave Coral Gables.
Miss Siegel Weds
Mr. Arnold Glantz
In Northern Rites
Mho Beverly Sie:el. daughter of
Mr. and Mr* bkkw Siegel. Bradley
Beach. NJ became the bride of
Arnold Samuel Glantr. son of Mr
and Mrs. Hershey c.'.antz. 1401 SW
17'h tor Miami.
The wedding took n!are An: 18.
at 'he Kingsley Arms hotel in A>
bur' '
Rabbi Aa ''"'" r"n
crega- rth Achim. Bradley
Beach performed the ceremony at
10 p.m. under .ped caroy
decorated with summer flower-
provided by an orches-
tl
n in maTi.iee by her par-
'- the bride was attired in a
gown
bridal satin fa-hi.>ncd with a full
1 train Her I
refl 1 place by a enmne'
- she carried a bouquet of
orchids on a fami'y Bible.
Bradley Beach,
cousin .id .(
i -
! t i lister of the I
- Herbert Cohen and
"
of the bnde: and Misi Jo] Zucker-
[side, N.I
Bun Miami, icrred as
in. L'shen were Mel Shifke.
Miami Herberl Cohen and Arnold
New Jersey; and 1.
Helman. New York
Mn
hrs. hmard nsru
LeXobles Reveal
Elaine's Betrothal
to Dr. Plotnik
Mr and Mr-. Joe LeNoble. 7025
Rue Granville, Miami Beach, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Elaine, to Dr. Samuel M.
C!anU was graduated from Plotnik, of Miami. Dr. Plotnik is
Asbury Par* H:h School and at- the son of Mr. and Mrs. I. Plotnik.
tended Bethany College and Asbury Vineland. NJ
Park Business College She wa- for- Miss LeNoble attended Highland
merly empWd with the Commer- Manor School in West Long Branch,
cial Credit Corporation at Asbury N.J., and is a graduate of North
Park- Fulton High School in Atlanta. Ga.
Mr Giant?, an Air Force veter Sne attended Oglethorpe L'niver-
an. is a graduate "f Miami High s,t>' 'n Atlanta and the University
School and the l'mver-it\ of Miami. ot Georgia, where she was an active
While attending the university, he member of the student body. She
was president of Tau Epsilon Phi has b* a member of the National
and chn-en fraternity man of the Council of Jewish Women ib Allan-
year while in office He also re- ,a and ne Clara Hirch Landau
ceived the fraternity's Meritorious chapter of B'nai B'nth Young Worn
rp en in Miami.
and leadership to hi- fraternity. Df- Plotnik -tudied at Western
I and community. Kentucky ( oUefC and at the I ni-
lerved .. iry-at-large """^ Louisville He completed
on the lospital in that city I-r
i- a member of the Phi
red in thi' '",,a A'P" i He ii
rid Wat i: tarring nerved
Pesters Exchange
Vows on Beach
Saturday, Sept. 29. was the date
chosen for her marriage by Mis*
Charlotte Tannenbaum to Edward
Pe-ter. The bride i the daughter
of Mr. Paul Tannenbaum and the
late Mrs. Fannie Tannenbaum.
Philadelphia. Pa., and the groom i-
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Rich. 1345 Drexel ave. Miami
Beach.
The 7 p.m. candlelight ceremony
took place in the Kismet room of
the Algiers hotel. Rabbi Irving
Lchrman officiated at an altar dec-
orated with white chrysanthemum;,
and white pompoms. Best man was
Aaron Birken. brother-in-law of th*
groom.
Given in marriage by her father,
the bride chose white rose point
lace over bridal taffeta, the match
ing jacket made with Peter Pan
collar and bracelet-length sleeve-
Her elbow-length veil of double-
tiered French illusion was held in
place by a silhouette coronet of I
beads and sequins She carried a
white velvet prayer book centered
with white hybrid erchid.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Nor-}
man Paster, tartar of the bride.
Maid of honor was Miss Rose Rav- ',
in-k\
Blackstone Flower Shops were in '
charge ol floral arrangements A
reception and family wedding din-
ner at the Algiers followed the
ceremony.
Among out-of-town guests were
Selma and Norm.tn Paster, sister
and brother in-law of the bride,
from Philadelphia
The bride is a graduate of Over-
brook High School in Philadelphia,
and attended Westchestor Tiachcts
College. She graduated from Char-
ron Williams fantasi College and
is a member of the Women's Aux-
iliary of Mt. Sinai Hospital.
The groom graduated from Abra-
ham Lincoln High School in Brook-
lyn and attended Brooklyn College.
He is manager of Martin Burns.
Inc Miami.
I'pon completion of a honey moor,
on Miami Beach, the newlyweds
will reside at 915 8th st
B mum paaj.
MISS tKODA UiKUu,
Now That They'p
Engaged, Rings
Come from Bel
P*rry_Lvitt
Mr. and Mr- J Perry. 18751
23rd ter.. announce tb
of their daughter. Minam.Vl
B. Levitt, son ol Mr andXrs
Lewtt. 2518 SW Utl st.
A party horn nng thecouofev
be given Sunday at the koatj
the bride rents. Mr.;
Mrs. Charle- 1'. rtUman, SQMlj
st Miami Beach.
The couple !a" a lunenttJA

Snid*rmnLtrnwn
The engagement of Rhnda i
Sniderman to Hubert RudnipbL
mon was announced Sunday-I
second anniversary of the coupl
first date.
The bride-eli ct is "he daughter*
Mrs. Joseph 1. \!ar-ton I
7th ave.. and the late Jacob Said
man.
Mr. Lermnn i- the son of I
David Lermnn- Syraaue lf.f.1
attended the Wharton School
the I'niver-it;. i : Pennsylvania!
graduated from the I'niversity i
Miami, when 'he couple met
ivinfta the
southwest section of Mi
Tennis Star, AEC
Associate Wed
Announcement is just being
made now of the July 6 wedding in
New York of tennis star, former
Suzanne Herr. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Herr. of 1649 Bay
dr. Miami Beach, and Marvin E.
Feldman.
An associate of the Atomic En-
ergy Commission in New York, he
i- the son of Mr and Mrs Harold
Feldman, Belle Harbor. NY., in
which town the young married cou-
ple will make their home
Beach Honeymoon
For Landy, Aran
Honeymooning in Miami Beach.'
the bride's former home, are Mr
and Mrs. Bernard Aran. who were
married in Oak Park, Mich Aug !
19.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Landy. now of Oak Park, the bride
i.- the former Theresa (Terry) Ann
Landy. The bridegroom is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Jules Aran, also
of Oak Park.
Mrs. Lawrence Landy was ma-
tron of honor. Sandy Kushner was
best man.
Ensign Lawrence D. Landy, the
bride's brother, was an usher.
***" the rpa { lne
L'nil Army.
While in service, Dr. Piotaih
Reed B
Army Medical (enter. Washington.
D I He ha- ban a practicing phvs-
ician in Miami for the pa.-t four
year-.
The wedding will be held Nov. 3
at the Fontamebleau hotel.

Gainesville Will
Be Bergs' Home
The son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael
Berg. 10 NE 6th st Paul Lewis
Berg and his bride are completing I
a motor lour of the South before !
settling in their new home in times-
ville where he ,- a senior at the
I University of Florida.
1 The bride is the former R.ta Ann
-ben. daughter of the late Joseph
Cohen and Mr- Max Sugarman. of
Charleston. W. Va.
J
IMS. MARVIN KIDMAN
New Season for Ladies
Fust luncheon of the season of
Sisterhood of the Miami Hebrew
School and Congregation will be
held in the social room of the syna
gogue on Wednesday noon, Oct j
10. Mrs Michael Blank is chair
man of the event. Mesdames Mo!
lie Harrison. Ben Sokoloff and Ber-I
ele Kelemer will assist.
LET US BE COUNTED"
b, ,n.ng y0u. f
by Cuying
ISRAEL BONDS
'pr.r T" "" '*'' b'r,hd^ Of
c *1 L"*'*r D,v,a B,n ha
tall M*yihi, Fritdbr9, JE M969
Coral Gablea Jewieh War Veterans Auxiliary 243 pn*
this mobile fan for use at Veterans Hospital in Coral W
Left to right are Mrs. Harry Solomon. Auxiliary "P***^1
live; Claude V. Upacombe. chief of special services or
hospital; Mrs. N. Zipper. Auxiliary hospital chafflBB* .
Mrs. Alan Bornstein. president. _
DrrtnaobU
0m*itic Help
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37 ILL 5th St. n Hm
*L MEiOaNnEWO. Owntf
Business Man and Housewife
Wa can um your eld or usod tHirni-
toro, kitchvn utonails, lamps, car-
pors, linens most anyrhino. that
can bo rasold.
All procoodt ooing to the JEWISH
HOME FOR TM1 AGED. Please
bring it to us or call u far pick-up.
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+ 3t r$Southern
ftion Plans Meet
llth unual "*
Lhern Section of the Na-
R*5 Welfare Board will
II ce in Memphis. Tcnn.. Nov.
1 rLvid ft White, of Houston,
indent of the Southern
. conference will be the ma-I
Lclave of lay and professional
of Jewish Community Cen-
(he 11 Southern states |
[comprise the section.
Lrt Shainberg and Aaron
fcr of Memphis, are co-chair-
Ithe section \M i committee,
addition to White, the work .
ISouthern Section is directed
Kaplan, Miami, honorary '
bnt. David M Blumberg.
Clio: Brenner. Memphis: Eph
p. San Antonio; and
Rosen. Savannah, vice
|ents; Sam Seitlln, Miami,!
rer; and Max F lilman, At-
| secretary.
National Jewish Welfare
the national association
Ijjb communit> Centers and
|'<. the government accredit-
ticy for serving the morale,
tandrelieioii- needs of Jew-
In and women in the Armed
i and in vi terans hospitala
te nxmsoring agency of the
_ Book Council of America,
Jitnmal Jewish Music Council
t.National Jewi-h Youth Con*
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Twenty-seven children from the Greater Miami area, repre-
senling Conservative congregations here, participated recent-
ly in a week'3 encampment sponsored by the Youth Com-
mission of the United Synagogue of America. The encamp-
ment, a Leadership Training Institute, is designed to train
future leaders in synagogue participation. Top row (left to
right) are David Harris, Temple Emanu-El; Eli Feinberg, Beth
David; Ray Strauss, Temple Fmanu-El; Mike Schneider.
North Shore; Joel Lipinsky, North Shore; Herman Hohauser,
North Shore; Shayna Rosenstrauch, Temple Emanu-El; Joanne
Barton, Temple Emanu-El. Middle row (left to right) are Rabbi
si of Education Lists Committee
iembers for Business of New Season
Mayer Abramowitz. USY director here; Jerry Spector, Beih
David; Alan Laibson; North Shore; Harriet Newman, Tempie
Emanu-El; Paul Jacobi, North Shore; Laraine Friedman, Norlh
Shore; Sidney Shreidell, Beth David; Ronny Friedman, Beth
David. Bottom row are Ruth Weinstein, North Shore; Carol
Miller, North Shore; Joan Loss. Temple Zion; Susan Gordon.
Beth David; Stuart Fabric, North Shore; Micky Bauman;
Rabbi Samuel Lerer, Temple Beth Sholem, Hollywood, chan-
erone; Judy Bakst. Beth David; Joan Herman, Temple Emcn i-
El; Sue Cohen, Temple Emanu-El; and Sheila Zemel, Temple
Emanu-El.
I recent merlins,' of the exec-
lard of the Bureau of Jew-
hcation. Sol Goldman presi-
|announced the appointment
en and members of the
Ip'snine standing committees,
t and finance committee
pmmend the annual budget of
wreau to the Greater Miami
I Federation and to review all
jtion- (or scholarship and fi-
Is-i-tance ol the schools af-
Uith the Bureau Max Mei-
^iirman. Col. Dudley I). Bro-
iwiate chairman. Khiel I,e-
tr. Mrs. Louis Glasser, Judge
iGreenberti. Charles Cropper.
fctilda H. Ratlin. ... ,| M ,j
fcitz.
pt education committee to
[e hter-school activities,
Iftatival Month, art xhibits,
pity programs ad other com-
programs of informal Jew-
"Wion: Myer Baskin. chair-
[Cnarles Gottlieb, associate
P. Dr. Jess Spirer, Rabbi
WRosenbori!. Jerome Cordon.
jmWd Friedl. Irving Katz,
lories Gottlieb. Mrs Ber-
f'wns. Manuel Smith. Mr.
F* Joseph Duntov, Joshua
and Mrs Sej mour B.
Mrs. Benjamin Greene,
^woder Mrs M(irrjs skop
" Lehrman and Israel
^committee-to supervise
K";of books tor ,he Ten-
Car> '" ",P Bureau
f D 'I0' (:,t"'ties: Mrs.
Is T SuaST'r'aU' -rman.
V 11*,rsky- ,)r >"c Vn-
f"|8 comm.ttee to take
KvSidm8 '""' ,0 **
PtSimW'Nh >r,,'1<'1 bull*
Krc*rif Gottlieb, chair-
man, Mrs. Matilda H. Ratncr, and
Joseph Duntov.
Personnel committeeto recom-
mend the engaging of all perma-
nent professional personnel neces-
- sary to carry out the purposes of
the Bureau: Rabbi Irvine Lehrman,
chairman. Dr. Herman Meyer. Rab-
,bi Leon Kronish. Benjamin Meyers
and Mrs. Matilda H. Ratner.
Board of reviewto mediate dis-
putes between teachers and Jew-
ish schools under special regula-
tions adopted in 1P-49 and revised in
1954: Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers,
Chairman. Seymour B. Liebman.
Myer Baskin. Rahhj Mayer Abramo-
witz. Looil Schwartzman. David
Kreedman and Cantor Samuel
Kelemer.
Board of licenseto issue liccns-
. es to qualified Hebrew teachers
under the Code of Practice of the
Bureau adopted in 1949 and re-
vised in 1954: F.hiel I-csowodcr.
chairman. Sydney Greenberg, asso-
ciate chairman. Sol Goldman,.Saul
1 Rabin. Daniel Broad. Dr. Isaac I n-
tcrman. Rabbi Simon April, Dr.
Joseph Hurwitz, Louis Gadon and
Hebrert Berger.
Teacher placement committee
to establish a central placement
| service and to recommend teachers
on a priority basis upon request of
Jewish schools: Israel Shapoff,
chairman. Louis Gadon and Louis
Schwartzman.
Nominations committee to re-
port nominations of officers and
delegates at large to the executive
board and to the board of direc-
tors: Benjamin Meyers, chairman,
Rabbi Morris Skop, Mrs. Louis
Glasser, Harold Thurman and
Judge Harry Greenberg.
MJGUST BROS UY,
is tt>. bf ST'
Choir of Miami Hebrew School and Conqre-
qation, which assisted in rendition of High
Holy Day liturgy, includes (left to right) Jeff-
rey Schwadron, Marvin Glover, Harvey
Satz, Larry Gold, Jordan Kelemer, Dave
Kleber. Center Bereb Kelemer, Rabbi Simon
April, Sol Silvers-tein. Hillel Glover, Jean
Kaufman, Melvin Hecht and Leonard Finkei-
s'.ein.
kOurdir
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SUNSHINE FASHIONS
t. off.
MACM fj. LAUOEIDAU WOT PALM MAO
Recent birth in the Greater Mi-
ami area at Mt. Sinai hospital in-
clude the following:
SonDr. and Mrs. Donald Kob-
ley. Sept. 11.
DaughterMr. and Mrs. Gerald
Berkell. Sept. 10.
Son Mr. and Mrs. Murray
Schwartz, Sept. 9.
SonMr. and Mrs. Norman Sup-
erstein, Sept. 7.
DaughterMr. and Mrs. Isaiah
Freemon, Sept. 7.
Son Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Lewis Sept. 7.
DaughterMr. and Mrs. Morris
Draluck. Sept. 6.
DaughterMr. and Mrs. William
Wiener. .Sept. 6.
SonMr. and Mrs. Saul Gadol,
Sept. 6.
SonMr. and Mrs. Herbert Cor
win, Sept. 5.
DaughterMr. and Mm. CBaTMM
Perber, Sept. 5.
Ban Mr and Mrs (luster Wein-
T, Sept. 4.
Son-Mr. and Mrs. Sol Nabutov-
sky. .Sept. 3.
DaughterMr. and Mr- Leonard
Adler, Sept. 3.
SonMr. and Mrs. Philip Sintow.
Sept. 2.
DaughterMr. and Mrs. Stanley
Warmbrandt. Sept. 2.
SonMr. and Mrs. Samuel Lewis,
,Scpt. 1.
DaughterMr. and Mrs. Ralph
Wei-hard, Aug. 31.
SonMr. and Mrs. Isaac Labaton,
!Aug. 30.
DaughterMr. and Mrs. David
Schneider, Aug. 30.
SonMr. and Mrs. Benjamin Fel-
dcr, Aug. 29.
I SonMr. and Mrs. Sandy Lucas,
Aug. 28.
SonMr. and Mrs. Willie Pol-
lock, Aug. 27.
DaughterMr. and Mrs. Albert
Woolman, Aug. 27.
Meeting to Formulate Plans
for Regional Seminar Here
Members of the South Florida re-
gion of the United Synagogue of
America will meet at Beth David
[Congregation Monday to formulate
j plans for a regional seminar. Pres-
ident is Jerome Sussman.
Emanuel Forster. new executive
director of the Southeast office of
i
the I'nited Synagogue of America,
.will be introduced.
Representatives of North Shor->
| Jewish Center, Temple Zion, Tem-
ple Emanu-El, Beth David. Temple
| Beth Sholem of Hollywood and
iTemple Sinai of Hollywood will
'participate. Sussman said.
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Zsroubtn Offers Ho Reply lo Questions on Red Talkativeness
NEW YORKThe Jewish Labor settled in your countrj and after Arabs must bo patient for a while
(Vnimittee revealed Wednesday while declared p;'rt ol your fath-
that it had received no reply to a cr]an<' as it hap-
letter written by its chairman. Ad- pened in P 11-1 \u be
olph Held, on July 23. 1956. to So- patient u
\ Zarou- T,..
bin. challenging ant. Jewish state- alreadj ei ";" """'.......
ments made by Soviet Communist I, ,., ..,.. view thai the Arab correspondent
after having gained in the first
round making the world appreciate
their wisdom and their effort- to
preserve the peace in this n
It was at this point in the inlor-
Nikita Khrushchev t.> the cor-
dent of the leading Egyptian
"Al Ahram." and pui
in the hitter's July l. 1956 edition.
Of particular concern to Uu
ish Labor Committee, which repre-
sents some 50u.000 Jewish workers
in Hie AH.-CIO. was a reply to the
correspondent's question with re-
gard to KhmncHev's attitude to-
ward tranquility in the Middle East.
The correspondent had asked:
"Do you think that it is possible
to preserve the peace in the Middle
if Israel continues to exist?
What would you think if Zionists
i -, in the
Inter* l
n '., -,. Kiddle East, be
Mil of
i: i.i be friendship of
-i time
to tine perpetrates sjrta *f
-i >!i on thi' Arab borders in com-
plete disregard to the UN or the
Armistice agreements. I want to
here that war between I-rael
and the Arabs mean- a third World
War "
The JLC chairman in hi
to Ambassador Zaroubin.
asked about Middle Eastern tran-
quility and received the answer
from Khrushchev, challenged by
the Jewish Labor Committee.
The Arab correspondent th n
asked "Does that mean that the
IN is o| no u-
To which the reply was received:
N t a full u-e. You know which I
are the hands that direct American
policy and who rules the I'nited
States We believe in the Arab
rights and support their cause. But
letter *nev snou'd not Sivc Israel the op-
noted Portunity to change the situation
\


Dado Red Cross
Report Features
Figures on Aid
Entitled "A Story of People
Helping People." the annual re-
port of Dade County Red Cross
published last week, reveals that
loans and grants by the chapter's
Hume Service department to -crv
concern with the sentence: We '" her favor the same as we deny
have already expelled them from the West of the opportunity to mis-
our country." Held. uh..c organ- interpret our words and accuse us
ization is nan -Zionist, nonetheless f creating ten-,on so that a war
queried the Ambassador about the between the Arabs and Israel will
quot<\ demanding to know whether break out."
the Cairo correspondent hid ac- Held told the Soviet Ambassador
curately quoted the So wet Commu- that the JLC was deeply concern-
nist chief. ed with the entire tenor of the
The interview was revealed here mterview." A spokesman for the
by th, JLC in verbatim translation J It began: ,ne reference to "hands that direct
American policy and who rule the
"Q I want vou to explain to ,- ,, o.TL it. j
, .. j j Lnited States was lifted
me clearU
\our attitude
from
icemen and the.r families during tnr Ara!l/ Tht. W(Mern p^uuetans ,"T ,?V c, SS I Y '
the past year amounted to $16,215. claim tha( |ltica| ^euven EL'^'ESX Z .k r
Among other Red Cross commu- towar(1 thp ^g arc onIv a tnrk more recent diatribe from the Ger-
trvici 4.2P7 persona, mostly
children, were taught to swim by
Red Cross instructors under direc-
tion of the chapters Safety Sen-
ices department An additional
2.901 persons, largely adults, were
certified in other phases of the
water program which included res-
cue and resuscitation
Project- of the chapter- Nursing
Services department, instruction in
home nursing w- given to 3.474
persons. Instruction in mother and
care was given 897 per-ons.
half of whom were prospective
father, and 136 persona were pre-
pared by Red Cross to teach home
r.ursin- courses.
aimed at gaining
A Time works for the Arabs
and the future is theirs no doubt.
The development of events .i- I
whole is to the good of the Arab
people-. The Arabs must be pa-
tient for a while, strengthen them-
selves and unify their rank- and
then all results will be in their fa-
vor
aid L. K Smith varietv.
your friendship.____________________*
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. spiritual leader of North ]
Jewish Center, shows Max Krauss. top Israel Bond
scriber. results of the Yom Kippur Bond appecl held i
Center. Total raised by the North Shore Jewish Cenl
over S31.000. With the appeal lasting only 15 mini!
average ol S2.000 per minute was netted. For the i
straight year. North Shore Jewish Center leads Dade <
congregations in the Yom Kippur Bond appeals.
1957 Fords Represent Biggest Change
In Company History, Performance Tops
"Q.You have not cleared any-
DEARBORN. Mich For the 500 sedans are nine inches longer
first time in its 53-\ear hlstoiy. an(j f()Ur
Ford Motor Co. wib produce two ,
inches lower than last
company >"r's comparable models. Custom
eral Do you -upport the existence "Head Wednesday. The 19 new and Custom 33 sedans are more
of I-rael and reconcile with the r,-'dcls unveiled by Ford dealers than three inches longer i'nd near-
afflictions of the refugees- Wednesday will have the highest ly three and one-half inches lower
"A.-Would yon deny that it IsIjJ1*^"'JSftE* ** """^ ,han ,he 1956 "* St*tio" w
imperialism that created Lsrael in in ,l,e low Prlce held. ..,.. *
Junior Red Cross projects, de- your country and made it a fact R. S. McNamara. Ford Motor Co ,0 ?!ndI n7ar1v ,* ha,f mcn^
; to build character and in- for reasons that have already been vice president and Ford Division Fajri,n". 7, .- lnc"es'onSPr
stiil quahtie- of leadership in made clear to you' Have not your general manager, said the 1957 bujI, .."'ri'a.n'' f^' "*
young people, drew the participa- leaders di-covcred more than once Ford- "represent the biggest fi r cp| ,a^
tion of 114.469 Dade students Car- the aims of imperialism- I do not change in the modern history of the -nn" h ii T a"d..(-ustom
out their b,,s,c theme of giv wish to form an opinion about the Ford car." ,*~. naxe a ,n"> wneelbasc
ip to others. Junior Red Cross future of Israel because the West The new Ford line divides into v re has *en no sacrifice o'
,. i. :. ..:__ .--:-.__ headroom inside the car. in spite
of their reduced height. The new
numbers prepared more than 65.- might use my words and describe two basic size-. Farlane and Cus-
'ieer and comfort articles for u- as warmongers while the West- torn, plus the station wagon series
local hospital-, children's homes, em politicians are those who ere- each with its own bodv and chassis
homes fpr aged and other institu- ated Israel and prepared the In addition, the Fairlane series has
Uons. ground for her establishment The !*en expanded to off. r "Fairlane
500" models, which have extra lux-
Southeast Regional
Office Opens Here
Establishment of a Southeast
regional office of the Jewish The-
oloeical Seminary of America, the
Lnited Synagogue of America and
the Rabbinical Assembly of Amer
ira in Miami Beach was announced
Wednesday.
Eamnuel Ponter, former assist-
ant city manager of the Israel
Bonds Organization in Phi'.?dc!ph:?.
was named executive director of
ihe office, which will service five
Southern stales
The office is located in the 355
Lincoln rd. bid?. It will service ac-
tivities of the Conservative move-
ment in Flrrida, Georgiu. South
^'ar >Iin-> Tennessee and Alabama.
Forster. who holds an AB degree
from the City College of New York
and an MA from the University of
Mexico, was a Canadian field repre- '
sentative of the Israel Bonds Or-|
ganiiation and acted as field repre- j
sentative for the United Jewish Ap-
peal in New York and in the South-
east.
He took leave from his post with
the UJA in 1951 to act as a special
representative of the United Na-
tions in Paris on a pilot refugee
frame extends to the sides of the
car, and this permits the floor to be
low-red inside the frime rails The
design and styling are new from
the ground up. Every dimension is
changed. Riding ease has been
The 1957 Pa.rlane and Fairlane greatly improved by using a longer.
wider frame vith lower pres. ure
SffMOUt UUMU
tiry feature-
Liebman Api
_____Special Assf.
Jewish Book Annual -n widel-treads' *ndemploy' ******w Er*u
Honors Top Writer
Amity 28 Club
Elects Bergens
ing redesigned ball-joint suspension ora| 0f the State "f
in front and outboard-mounted nounced the appointmert
: longer lc-f springs in back. Because dav 0f Seymour B. Lie!
'there is more spring length ahead ispicial Assistant Attonfl
iof the rear axle, Croat end dip on era\
NEW YORK A tribute to the <,uick "tPs is checked better than il>hman it a Miami
memory of the late Dr. Ludw.g *ver before. !tome> and a membfrrf
LewKohn. American Jewish novel-. For the first time, a high per- ilda Bar and Dade Ccuniyi
jst. poet, teacher and literary- his- formance V* engine is available' Reach Bar Assns.. at <
tonan. and a revealing analysis of as an optional power plant on all !New y0rk State Bar.
hi- impact on the American liter- Ford cars. The entine, cilled the I .. ,_ :. BBffii
^?n,SCe^are/^,Ured '" an art,e,e Thu"derb.rd Specinl. develops 245 | ^'^h'" r ofth
contained m Vol. 14 of the Jewish horsepower, and is equipped with ,n<1 th nre^deJ <*'
jpon-rjd Jewish Book Council of, standard engine for the Fairlane "^ """
An aiii. ,. .. and station wagon series is the 212
interests of ,hi lmer,Can ,',err>' h P Thunderbird V* A 100 h.p.
i^,' 2' pATu."o"n Jew,sh!V8 taBderd for the Custom and
rZkL I*8 iUSJP'C'S' Cusl0m ** series ^b have two-
Book Month, to be marked this barrel carburetors. In addition, the
year Oct 26 to Nov. 26.
! M4 h.p. Mileage Maker six is avail-
lno?!e ar),<;,' "<>> "that in the .able on all models. All engines can
'^ 8 Lud.w,.g ^"ohn. Uter- he ordered with standard, over
club.
This group, made up of
men and women over
| age, is sponsored by .
program. He also formerly worked Branch of the Greater Miami
for the Federation of Jewish Phil- ish Community Center,
anthropies in New York. Other officers elected
Forster, who is married and has
one child, lives in Miami Beach
memher fi?L ? ,."'ly Ajneric" let- drive or FordomaUc transmission-
resident of the Amity^, mortals" ^ f ,,tera,y ,m" *'rt *.,,,n,m ri,,e- "d mcludes c,uding the GreaterJWJ
Bill Bergens. longtime
of the Greater Miami Jewi
munity Center, has
of its national ;XKfti'
of the Miami Be*> ;
As-n on the board ol
of the Bonds of IW*
of the two le-ding "
the Florida Bar **
CorntDuni-n- and a p*w
American Arbitration A
Hehasalsosenedui
Pities o. th- Pj*^
munity CbCS. and o.^
streamlined wheel
A virtual literary Baedeker to the windshield that
d of -inoi i. u-;""""y neaeKerto the -'""snicia tnat wraps further
28 years of ih. n *""*? ft** literature, around the sides for better visibil
the ^(Ss^ssjr&aL&T* ^^r^- <~> -
\icel
_..^.. ....,.., cinnu 10 serve past year in the r c.___ j ""' wup moui nn
I with Bergens are Florence Berman, Israel Included also are .^JJlS menta,ion dit.nguisl
vice president; Babette rk-rn-.ein. of feature artklc^ of Lh Z Ford" ,,ve M?ries- whi
Plans are underway for subregional; recording aecretar) Ituth I ipchen an U>un Vh "hU '" '-"'---------
seminars of the United Synagogue, treasurer; Sylvia Lo.terstcin, cot', whose k.-..
responding secretary.
in every' area of the Southeast.
annotated bibliographies of contoured sides that give the car
and EnKr "ubTi'she^' "^^ SCU,p,Ured look
B past year m thcVs Eu^I .'l!' _Special wa> ">>Mings and orna
guish each of
which are avail
able in 19 two-tone paint combina
nc-aries of ,jons or ,2 Mhd c<)^ ^^ up.
openings, a paiVrstion. He i>
further ,he South Klorjda
bil- American Je*i-h B*"
and the Jrvisfc N"^
riikagMasfkM
births or deaths will h* \1*"." w *? M",a co,ors m
-m dart8 Jewttb ^ .LS.a^uf*-*-
to the Spino/a
I evening.
Dr. Abraham Wjj,,
enmg ' Fcru
sume the a*
Outdosf



October 5. 1956
Z=^2tfhd*4ton^
School Princpal Views The Goals of Jewish Education
Principal Th. Greater Miami vides an excellent milieu for maxi-
H.br.w A.ademy mum lntellectual JJ" fn
One of the most significant do-1 ^u.01" development,
velopments in Jewish education
Pane 9B
* *
The time factor is |
consideration in a discussion of the
Day School program. A survey by
the American Assn. of Jewish Edu-
cation recently showed that one-
half of the children enrolled in
Hebrew schools attended clastM
lor a total of 50 hours or Imi I
year, and that the total duration is
during the past two decade* is the
Day School movement. Beginning
in a small way during the turn of
the present century, it has devel-
oped with amazing rapidity until
now nearly every city with a Jew-
ish population of 5.000 families or
over boasts "a Day School.
First, the statistical picture of "^'1 T." f/ the averae
the country's Day Schools. Ac- -. ,In 'he Day School, a mini-
cording to a survey made by Torah SfS ?l uurs a Week is allocat-
Umesorah. a national agency, deal- *, i ,e Hebrew department. Most
ing with the Day School movement. "f",S 5ema'n through th* e'e-
there are today 214 Hebrew Day "" d?Tm'nt Whi,e a *reat
Schools situated in 73 communities EP w-h i Stay n lhrUgh
scattered through 24 states in the J of a 'h T T'
country, with a total enrollment of Li* VfiT'lLft stu"
more than 40.000 nimiU |eB*f ,n Junc' 195- eight of our
1 Academy students have continued
are
more than 40,000 pupils.
Of these Day Schools, 106 a
located in New York City and 108 v"^^ !5 *tl* T*
are out-of-town. This figure in- a^^ '" W ''
eludes 39 high schools and founda-'
Pythias Lodge s=r-"-^*.^fi^| Jfcsa?jsr
Honor Gershwin'' M' wh,ch "m ^ *** -.....- ;
[founded with the express purpose' .*D?y ^ho01 movement
iof serving as the basis fora Da ^ "" J-LTm, TT SSS "nd
I, of Pythias lodge School, or.foundation school. C whoL rh.n s. devt'lopmenl-
III depot}- grand chancellor Jewish community. I "^ T i ^h a"d 'ts
Cfatoderoftheiodgeta II should be made clear at the 'SSSSTSJE^K? 2
prompt mus,- [outset that it ,s not the intention 21SfcSS^cSi
I of the Day School to supplant the where Day Schools have been re-
i"S the World and **Ue ,etooL Day Schol adv0"'cenlly established rePort that
he Cent... will be one !cates feel ,hat the puhlic school. | these schools have had a powerful
he fine-' Zuker explained iby its Very nalure and character, impact upon their communities,
lesday in hi- announcement. k limited to developing certain vi- and that they made a decided dif-
leharter meeting is scheduled 'tal areas in the childs Personality, ference in parents1 response to Jew-
near future Zuker said '0n thc olher hand' ,he Day School,' i*h values and ideals. Foremost in
' by virtue of its homogeneous com- the philosophy of Day Schools is
whom information is avail-
It 1032-16! h St., Miami Beach.
f Book Review
[general meeting of Tamara
t, Mizrachi Women, was held
I Roney Plaza hotel, Tuesday
Program consisted of a
[review by Mrs. Leo A. Mc-
|, Grosse Pointe Library, who
ted the recent novel by Fran-
' Sagan. A Certain Smile."
Charles Turk is president.
position, is best suited to create the attempt to imbue its students
the ideal conditions for developing, with a complete emotional and in-
the fullest potential of its student tellectual understanding of our
body.
faith and to provide them with con-
An integrated program of a regu- fidence and pride in their heritage,
lar public school curriculum and Only an intensified Day School pro-
a core of Hebrew studies based 'gram, we feel, can give our boys
upon the Bible and Prophets pro-'and girls the emotional security and
ability to adjust to any social con-1
dition which they may face in the
future.
Basically, the Day School is an
American-Jewish oriented school
embodying the noblest and finest
of American and Jewish ideals.
It is democratic in mental
outlook and practice. The parent |
of the Day School child finds in this
type of school an American experi-
ment which is in conformity with
the noblest traditions of American
democracy and educational prac-;
tices. At the Hebrew Academy in
Miami Beach the overwhelming
majority of parents are American
born. These parents are from all I
types of economic and social levels.
They include professional men,
business executives and working .
peoplean ideal cross-section of
I Greater Miami Jewry.
The secular department of thc
Day Schools follows the curriculum !
of the counties and state depart-
ments of education. The English I
departments of each Day School
'are thus a public school meeting in
I a Jewish school building.
What method of instruction is
employed in our Day Schools?
In many Day Schools the langu-
'age of instruction in the Hebrew'
departments is Hebrew, in otheri
it is Yiddish, A few use the He-
Ibrew-English methods in our own
Academy, as well as in the major-
ity of thc Day Schools throughout
the country, the total Hebrew meth-
od is employed
We believe that the total He-
brew method is best designed to
give our students a deeper insight
into the profound meaning of our
sacred works which were written
in the Hebrew tongue. In addition
to developing a fluency of the He-
brew tongue, the total Hebrew
method instills in our children a
sense of unity and a feeling of
oneness with our people in Israel
and throughout the world. We be-
lieve that the maintenance, o*
strong cultural ties between Amer-
ica and Israel is depen lent upon
the continued usage of the Hebrew
language.
In keeping with this concept, we,
in the Hebrew Academy, recently
introduced the Sephardic pronunci-
ation. We advocate this pronuncia-
tion in order to further strengthen
and draw even closer our cultural
ties between our American youth
and Israel.
Many may question the possibil-
ity of covering the full public
school program in the time set
aside for English studies. We know
that the record of student achieve-
ment in the Day Schools throughout
the country has been a most out-
standing one and has redounded
to the glory of our people.
The recent reading tests admin-
istered by the University of Miami
Reading Clinic to our local Hebrew
Academy revealed that our school,
as a whole, is approximately one
and a half years above the national
norm in all areas of reading vo-
cabulary, comprehension and
speed.
These days, when whether John-
ny can read, is still a major topic
for conversation, we of the Hebrew
Academy have surely dispelled this
fear amongst our parents.
How do these Day Schools main-
tain themselves?
Some of the sources of income
are derived from tuition, appeals
and community participation in
membership campaigns, and vari-
ous fund raising activities. Federa-
tions in more than one dozen large
Cities, such as Celeveland and Phila-
delphia, are now subsidizing the
local Day Schools. The attitu.de of
these agencies toward the Day
Schools has changed considerably
in the past years, and more and
more welfare funds and Federa-
tions are recognizing them as com-
munity schools vital to a dynamic,
and vibrant Jewish community life.
The expansion froersTn of the
Hebrew Academy, its new branch
in North }ade area, and the build-
lnJ campaign recently initiated for
a new modern Hebrew Academy,
are characteristic of the awakening
manifested throughout the country
for the need of a genuinely religi-
ous pattern of Jewish education.
w"w.v mmtn
^ger Bar Mitzvah Saturday
fceali;,,t,('fMr.ndMrs
" wcon,,. Bar B.Uvah
v* Sabbath service., Oct.
*'" becom
I mh ** N'Tthside Cen-
S***HtnjM, spiritual
tol Club Will
Hypnotist
krMiJ '' dub
^-.'--".onthly
Sund
tel.
loca
leader and Sheldon's teacher, will
officiate, with Cantor Albert Glantz
rendering the liturgy.
Sheldon has attended Tifereth
Israel religious school for three
years. He is former president of the
I're-Teen group there. At present,
Sheldon is an eighth grade student
at Horace Mann School.
Among out-of-town guests from
New York will be his maternal
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Baden; grandmother. Mrs. Fannie
Hebrew Student
Is Bar Mitzvah
The Bar Mitzvah of Sean Marc,
son of Dr. and Mrs. Harold"S. Kauf-
man. 320 SW 27th rd.. will be held
at Beth David Congregation Satur-
day, Oct. 6.
Sean is a member of the grad-
uating class of the Hebrew Acad-
emy, where he has been a student
for the past six years. His primary
education began at Yeshiva Ram-
az in New York City.
He is a member of the Tallis and
Tefillin club at Beth David, the
Hebrew Academy choir and Cotil-
lion club of Greater Miami Jewish
Community Center.
Out-of-town guests who will hon-
or him are his grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. Ben Funk, of Greenwich,
Conn., and Mrs. Samuel Ichkowitz,
Syracuse, N. Y.
Dr. and Mrs. Kaufman will spon-
sor the Oneg" Shabbat on Friday
night, and Kiddush honoring the
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning.
A reception and dinner will be held
Saturday evening at Hibiscus audi-
torium.
Hr, P -
ild i
.day evening at the I-*"0- ar>d aunt and uncle, Mr. and
magician
club was
ern Pep'' "'crtain.
forme ,,ri"8 to-
BrthleU1' -'r "f Alle"
Nferi ....." fading
Mrs Abe Helfand
Reception will be held at Tifereth
Uriel Saturday evening.
Iehem, is club president. On Nov.
:i. installation ot new officer*, fol-
lowed by buffet dinner, will be
, lowed by a buffet dinner,
"formerly of Beth- held at the Nautilus hotel.
Opn House to Honor
Martin Sachs Sunday
Bar Mitzvah of Martin Isaac son
of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Sachs*, will !>c
celebrated at the Friday evening
lOneg Shabbat and at the Sabbath
morning services of Hialeah-Miami
!.Springs Jewish Center.
Martin is an eighth grade student
'at Miami Springs Junior High
School, where he is active in thc
-i h.iol band.
Open Hous. i.i I onor of the Bar
Mit/vah will be held at the Si.chs
home. 910 Falcon ave.. Miami
Springs on Sunday afternoon.
Paul, son of Mr. and Mis.
Benjamin Ledwitz, 6970 Byron
ave., will become Bar Mitz-
vah Saturday morning at
North Shore Jewish Center.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
will ofiiciate. Paul is a stu-
dent at the religious school of
the Center and attends Nau-
tilus Junior High.
Jeffrey, son of Mr. and Mre.
Milton Shaw, 235 Fairway dr.,
will become Bar Mitzvah Sat-
urday morning at North Shore
Jewish Center. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz will officiate.
Jeffrey is a student at the re-
ligious school of the Center
and attends Nautilus Junior
High.
MISS SHULA COIOMAN
Reception to Fete
Sheila Goldman
Sheila Ann, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard Goldman. 1528 Mayo
St.. Hollywood, will celebrate her
Bas Mitzvah at Temple Sinai on
Friday night.
Sheila has been a student at the
Temple religious school since her
first grade and is currently attend-
ing a post-Bar and Bas Mitzvah class
there.
The Golclmans have been resi-
dents of Hollywood since 1348. Mr.
Goldman is a member of the hoard
of directors. Mrs. Goldman is execu-
tive secretary of the Temple, a post
she has held since 1948.
Young Barry is the president of
the Senior United Syna::opue group.
A reception in honor of Sheila will
be tendered after the services
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>A**UHk>rldtor
Hebrew Teachers Assn. Starts 18th Year Urges Miami
Accord the Teacher His Just Compensation and Regard
CADOU
As the new semester in reli-
gious schools throughout Greater
Miami is getting under way here,
the Hebrew Teachers Assn. has
been setting its
sights on a nevf
season of care
fully planned ac j
tivity.
Since its incep
tion 18 years ago
the Hebrew
Teachers Assn. o
Greater Miami, s V
chartered brand J:
alfiliate of the
American Federa-
tion of Hebrew
Teacher-., has lie en making even
effort to develop the local Jewish
education proeen
'With the purpose* of the Sea-
son of Penitence still upon us. it
may not be amiss to state that
our Jewish community as a hole.
a> well as each of it-- Individual
members, should take inventory
of the attitude and treatment
shown to Hebrew teachers." Louis
ladon. ASSB president. said Wed-
nesday.
"For our teacher> are the es-
sential center of our schools and
ol the formative activity of our
Jewish youth. With more self-
searching. Miami Jewry mu-t
i'.me to perceive that the intrin-
sic worth ol the Hebrew language
and of the dedicated men and
women whose task it i to trans-
mit to posterity knowledge of He-
brew, as well as Jewish religion,
culture and ethics, are not yet
fully realized
"This is all the more tragic be-
cause some of those who revenl
the least understanding of the
merit of Hebrew teachers and He-
brew education are so-called
"leaders' or pio'ninent' citizens"
Clarion went on to say that al-
though the comparison must not
be misinterpreted, competent He-
brew teachers, like the Hebrew
prophets of Biblical days, "have
stood at the helm of the Jewish
Ship of State during the storms
of calloused indifference and ig-
norant opposition. As ha.s been
observed in some high education-
al circles on the national and in-
ternational levels, the Jewish
community should come to com-
prehend that the establishment of
Israel, in large measure, is to be
attributed to the love of Zi>n
and Zionism which has been in-
stilled by Hebrew pedagogues in
the hearts of Jews, both young
and old.
"Too slowlymuch too slowly
is the Jewish population assist-
ing in the accomplishment of the
loft] but attainable objectives <,f
the national and local Hebrew
Teachers. Aasni which are the
raising of educational standards
in our Hebrew .schools, the more
thorough dissemination of He-
braic knowledge and the increase
of spiritual and financial support
of the teachers
"Our Assn. here includes per-
sons of the highest personal and
professional calibre men and
women who have studied or
taught at some of the finest semi-
naries, teachers colleges and uni-
versities in Europe. Israel and
the I'nited States. Hebrew teach-
ers have participated in general
community activities, such as
those of the Federation, the JNK,
Zionist Organization, groups of
Hebrew and Yiddish culture and
the like Surely they are Ha* rv
ing of greater public recognition
and endorsement "
Gadon said that "The Hebrew
Teachers Asm appeals to all par-
ents to enroll their children in
schools which engage only compe-
tent instructors. They should re-
fuse to expose their children,
their most prized possessions, to
the questionable or negative in-
fluences of unqualified 'teachers.'
many of whom are hired by
schools, despite their lack of He-
braic knowledge and teaching
skill, merely because they offer
their "services' cheaply. The hir-
ing of teaching, personnel must
also be completely divorced from
petty politics.
"With excellent reasons based
on actual experience, the Assn.
.1I.-0 urges that a reasonably ade-
quate type of Jewish education '
may be obtained by a child only
through the all-day schools (the
Hebrew Academies) or, at least,
through more intensive hour
schedules in the afternoon
schools. Greater financial secur-
ity must be given to the qualified
Hebrew teacher in the forms of :
Social Security, unemployment
compensation, sick leave and pen-
J^^-linU
ion benefit,. mm
Other officers of tk, rJj
Miami Hebrew TeadW.^I
D-id Krecdman,tH
President: Mrs J. a. a*
President: Irving Sh,C'
urer; and J. z stadUa ,
I WAHT Mr |
Iowa Prof Leads Mt. Sinai Seminar
New Students Are Consecrated Here
Public school third and fourth
:-. who have begun their re-
is studies in the Beth David
ew department wen
11 ial cerenxM il
n I 1st S;.t
Students coj | are
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Dr William B Bean, professor
of medicine and head of the depart-
ment of medicine at the State t'ni-!
versity of Iowa, last week conduct-
ed the fourth annual professor pro!
tempore program in medicine at'
Mount Sinai hospital.
The program brings outstanding'
medical men to conduct intensive
postgraduate seminars in the in-1
terne and resident training pro-
gram of the hospital and is open
to all physicians in Dade county.
Sponsored by the medical depart-
ment of Mount Sinai hospital under
the chairmanship of Dr. David A.
Nathan, the program was held all
List week from 9 am to noon in the
Memorial room of the hospital
Dr. Bean lectured on important
problems relating to heart, lung,
kidney and obscure djiseases, and
on diseases due to vitamin deficien-
cies.
Samuel Gertner. executive direct-
or of the hospital, pointed out that
"Dr. Bean is an outstanding au-
thority on medical problems relat-l
ing to malnutrition and on rare:
diseases of man."
Dr. Ralph Jones, professor of
medicine at the University of Mi
ami. participated in the program
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ABRAHAM WFINSTEIN
r. l. cm IMC "f III.- Ptl I In n I,.
Collins eve "*---> i
-
i in >|o from \ i \
In am rl< i hi i ,
M Dt two l.i i.i I .
..in. i of M
nnd fa thai Ben to ind bai hil si mi.
X. bO > mel .1 ii i B< ..
MRS. IDA APPELBAUM
if I4C Jefferson ave died Bepl
. .in... from Nee V..! k ).,
i~ mi. i\..i bj h< i husband, Lou
laugh Bom bVrvIn
I lll, T< mi II,
i ..ml ,i DM
a v'inn e.f World
ini-i of the R idi
reign Han ll.
1 "Ml In t u ., .! I,..
Cante frb_.
"to H in Ivoi >
hi in;iii, i v, Mrs
"ii'l Mi Bell)
to hi
Kelt. Aun.
Rl V ll k City 12
Include tw
.-' .....inirfeld
Marl
K'l'i.lin si,.. |,
-i-iimIi hlldren s.-in .,..,
i Bl Mini,.-.
1\ i
She
ml
and
. with burtal In the ground* ..i
i;i eh I"i 170, Knlghta ol
. i y11ii in. ben
SAMUEL COHFN
K, of 4th at died Bepl | ||,
came l" If peara ago from Net
fort Two Boni, .M,n i is .mil |,
Mil vive.
MRS. SOPHIE ROYAL
II. a I
f..... \,
Mi Eva dold-
'"' 'rvloes Were
':..... M.
' '- I, W Inn.
In Mi \,.|,,, can
with Initial
MRS.
I \ -
TEITLER
[recording Council Day
, be broadcast on NBC
vork err TV star Ar-
Francis (left) and Mrs.
S. Cahn of New Or-
national president of
alioncl Council of Jew-
Men. To mark the or-
Ction's 63rd anniver-
I (he program, entitled
This," will be heard
lav, Oct. 9, 10:15 p.m.
1 foi I.-
v..ik ,ii, ,| s.-..,,,
fnundi
"'K.
BENJAMIN OPPENHCIMER
ll.'il Kepi. 81 m Ms horn,. 2JJ nsth nt.
ii.- came from MiH'KimtiiH'ii. w. \'
ton vrnrs ago and -i- a retired owner
,.f retail clothing bualneaa He is rat -
ili.-,i hi hi* wife, Baa and a mm. Bol-
iind. Services and burial were In Hot -
K 111' n. with Itivci aide-llca, h Me-
morta] Chapel in charge of local ar-
i angements.
MRS. REOINA ROSENTHAL
7X. of 4201 Collins ave died Sept. :i
She came from New fork N yearn ago
and was a member of Tempi,. Israel
Surviving are a son. Sidney, and i,
|brother. Bervlcea and btuiei wtre in
New York, with Riverside-Bench Me-
.......'1 Chapel in charge of arrange-
i .in-
BENJAMIN LEVY
m, ..f MO Hlaleah dr., died Bept, 21. Me
. hi hi le 11 > eai a ago fi..in jeaneti
HARRY DIAMOND
'. of ItZS Normandy dr died Bepl :' I
A n tired a hoh Bale tewelei. i.....,,,,..
here eeveri yean ago from Vtlantlc
letfers to the Editor
fTheJewi-ri Floridlan:
IBiptnconsraluhilc you on
tnderfu! Rosh HashoiM Uh
fhe Jewish Flondianso re-
m Uluminating and inter-
item-
fcilarlv infnrmative was
fJOlICP 1
IHtTZ Imber." whose 100th ind thra< Barvicaa a-ei-i
r.i ki birth vi ill ho Nawman-tloedor. Kuneral Home,
an of hi- hirtn m dc | wi,n |lllrlai in Hi S'ebo Cemeten
d^.5!f^ ra- o J*CB B.~kTl^TghOFFER
boon said: Some poo- ., Ke, u,., _,,,, ........,7 Miami
Jmpli.sh the work of a life- FTI".-.*-..?rv*v'd ilater, Mr*
i one brief hour This is
(ly applirahlc to the poet
^bn caned hi- niche in He-
?!ry and in Jewish life.
[very inspirational Hebrew
I anthem ol llatikvah.
|ianie of Frann- Scott Key
(hould be, remembered by
merican as the poet of The '4s.
BW 14th at., a n
nine from Mew
1" Rhi i' Ba mi.....1 D.
Wi 1 Ulaml Jewlah
. .nicr now Temple Zlon, and b
"' I ""' Brni........ .- ,,
V ll"1' her huehand. lldor; flvi
,;'.....' ,AI- '<*. Jeiwe ami M,.r.
S3-a ilii'.'""Kn,,,r- Be md 11
eidndehlldren Herv-h-ec Were Benl ll
in Mt .Nehn Pemeterr.
MRS JFANETTE WARNER
SHANEDF.R MICHEL
' Ii Maraelll, dr die I Aut
.....ad 1.,., n ., vlBltoi here for M
.-1.1. in two
ago, romlna from Loa Ai ri l<
member ol tl (Vomenn
Hi 1 .1 Hospital and
-*",," nrll of .l.-ul h VI
)'" bell and i.: ,1 1,. M, ,,.., .,
brothei Rnd foul kletera
,',"" l"1,' ;i1 ''' fleveland, with
d. Ueai l, H< i .,,,,1 |n
harse of local ari ine/en enta
LOUIS A. STEIN
* or 1,30 Va 1 ntrton ave., a re-
,'",il.....I contrai tor, died Auk.
- ...... '..... tVashfni loi 1'
1' Kurvlvora Include a
daughter. Hra. Lucille Brhe, hter and
} ' WiiKhlrott'in.
Ilia, h Memorial Phtfriel, '
liifrton ave., wm, burial In \\.....Ilawn
Part 'emeterj.
MORRiS ESSMAN
i;l'. of i(oo Mirhliran ave., died Auir.
28, A Retired dresa nianufi
came from Nea Fork nI.....
and waa 11 life member ol
Home for the Aged and Zloi.....-
Ion. Burvlvlni are his ndfe,
'in lie: and two d
lej I!.. i riaon and Hra
Bervlcea A 111 M, with* I I
in Mi. N.1.1, Cemetery.
MRS. MARY KIMMEL
JO, of ;:;:. isth si died kui 81 Bhe
ca..... here fiom New Vork IS
linn and was a in.i.ii.i ..f the Jewish
for the Aged Beacn Auxiliary
and shalMi'i.i group of Hadassah. H ir-
vlving ire I hi re aona Harr Ma 1 n
and Hax, and a daughti H
irude Balm Bervlcea were In New
V..H. CltJ
MRS. IDA KANE
N Bl..... 'I' Ni.rmandv
iKle.
ia, -.f 2.-,
died s.111 u. \ realdeni her7V years!
M>a Kane came from Philadelphia
She waa member of Rnai Hrlth and
North Shore Jewlah Center sisterhood
Burvlvara Inoluda her huaband Ram-
uel: two daiiKktera, Mra. fmrls Rothen-
barg .ml Mra. Shirley Miller; and a
son Paul Kane. Bervtoea were Sent 14
In Rlverslde-Rearh Memorial Chapel.
Alton rd., with burial in Ml. Nebo
Cemeter)
SIDNEY GOLD
to. of ITtS SW th ter.. was killed In
an automobile accident Bepl l I Berv-
wen Ant. 12 in Oordon Mineral
Home, with burial in star of David
MRS. PAULINE BRUCKNER
.... of Mot Jefferson arva.. dlM In New
Tort Aug. 85. Bhe came from New
York 11. yeara ago. Surviving are her
nd, AI father, Harr] Waaver-
man; and a daughter, Hra Joyce Mil -
atein. Bhe also leavea six brothers
ni Alfred Waaaerman, all of
Miami Beach; and two alatera In-
cluding Hra Baste Mink. Miami
Bench. Bervlcea were Aug. zi at rtiv- 1
Including Joseph, Lewis. Nathan Hy-
BFNJAMIN KORT
SX. of I".'.'. Colllni v. ;, ret I.....
a ii,.,, died Bepl 9 He waa
arly visitor lure from Ixmlavllle,
u if.-. Jodie: four
and ii,- 1 .,,| burial
..... Loulat Die
avid Hillman,
Vmi k, a lid. eel 1. ea
1 ni,.-
H.I .
In
held.
New
MRS. MATILDA SPECTOR
sf>, of oi Colllna ave who cam* here
asra ago from New York, died
Bepl 81 Bhe i- survived i.\ two sona,
Abraham and Baanuel and a daughter,
Hra !-.,>. Heyorowlta. Barvicaa were
in Xe York, with local arrangemants
by Rlveralde-Beach Hemorlal Chapel
MRS. AOELLA TANNENBERG
h ffci son atva i realdeni f"
~i\ yeara, coming from Newark \ .1
died Sept IS Surviving are
daughters. Mr- l^eah Wolaten
Mi '. in Trombler, and a son B II
Ham Knif.d. Burial ia In New York
Citj
two
and
flgled Banner.
I the name of Naphatali
mber be remembered by
llmerican Jew as the poet
EDWARD M. GREENWOOD
ff 1*6 S. Shore dr died S.-|l
II
I He came from Akron. 11.17 veara ain
A sradimte of Ohio Slate I'nlveralfv,
he ii.doiiKed to Temple Israil and B'nal
It'rith. He la survived by hia wife. Mlia.
and a brother. Morion BervtOM were
I Sept. 21 In Riverside-Beach Memorial
Bressed the essence of hope Chapel, Normandy lal*. with burial in
hah jOracelagd Memorial Park.
LEO BONDY
7.". of 42" 15th si .1 .,1 Bepl I of a
h.ari allm.-ni A retired window
acreen manufacturer, he cam.- hire
20 yeara aco from New York City and
is survived by a daughter, Mra Bmma
Friedman Bervlcea and burial were In
Far Rookaway, N.T., with local ar-
rana.nienia by Riverside-Beach Me-
morial l'll,(l I
BUSINESS & HOME
Active Gas Station and
Truck Stop
ON BUSY U.S. 1. Two bulk tanks 7,150
capacity total. Iff Dinette, Combina-
tion lunch counter, not active but can
be opened at small cost.
Only $10,500
AND THIS G01S WITH IT .
Purchaser has option to pick up pay-
ments on 1 BR, tile bath home on lot
50x150. Now rented, rent nearly
makes payments.
WRITE WIRE ... or SEE:
R. C. BURNS, Reg. Broker
116 WIUAR Ph. Cocoa 474
P. 0. BOX 762, DEPT. B, COCOA, FIA.
THIS JUST IH .
Motel Site on Ocean Front
Full Block, Road on 3 Sides, 250x575.
$75,000-good terms.
To Serve You is
Ovr Pleasure
Ed. J. Vischi
Real Estate in All
its Branches
12416 N.E. 7th AVENUE
Phone 144661
WSSANYUTA MECICOV
TED ISIDORE KRES&IN
|.". of 7710 Harding ave.. died S.-pt. IS.
IKervices ware Bepl, 21. with Riverside-
Beaeh Memorial Chapel In chaige of
Jewish Floridian:
Wf of the Zionist Organ-J""1"'"''""""'-
America. I want to extend I Howard w. stern
appreciation for your edi- ft Af ^.en^'beTe" gftjg & I
we All?. 31 |s-ue, where eoming from New York City, he was
Blent UDon the nood fnr '"''''dent of the Kev Corp., a Miami
to upon me need lor pharmaceutical ri, m. He la survived by
n Jewry to join the ranks h'" wife. Khea; two sons, Richard and
Zionist 0ri>ini7alinn of Alu"l: hla parenla. Mr and Mra Harry
maw urgamzation ol bu_. bl.lh(.r ,lvlB_ ln tn*
j North.- Services Were Sept. It ill the
lUDDOrt surh a Ihic iho i.. ^'"'ninndy lale branch of Riveraide-
Lh.,V .k 'b I1-"' '' T*"mortoJ ". tti' '""-lal in
pteaea at the present time Ml- Nebo Cemetery.
SEYMOUR B. LIEBMAN
PrMident, Southeast
I "sion of Z0A
MRS. IDA NIERENBERG
70, of <:K I'.iradiso. Coral Cable-,, who
came from New York Clly four yeara
ago. died S.pl 8. Surviving are aix
sona. Harry. Nathan. Meyer. Solomon,
Bernard and Herman; four daua;htera,
I Mra. Kather Toj.el, Mra. Anne Neham.
Mrs. Iinra Ratzan and Mra. tiladva
Rosenberg: two brothers and three!
sisters. Bervlcea and burial were In
i Brooklyn, with local srranxements by
I Rlveralde-Beach Memorial Chapel
MRS. GERTRUDE GOSHEN
It, of .1" \v.--i ave., a retired sales-
woman, formerly of Lawtatown, Pa.,
died Bepl it Tn,, daughtera survive.
Barvicaa were at Star of David Ceme-
tery Bept l.
MRS. REBECCA L. ROSENBERG
1. of 11 NW 2.ith at., a resident for
II years, who came from Lynbrook,
NY., died Sept. 2. Surylvlnr are her
huahand. Joaeph; a daughter, Mlaa
Helen: a aon, Alfred: and two broth-
er" Bervlcea were Sept. 4 In Rlver-
sid.-1'..-a. h M. 111,,rial Chapel. Waah-
Inslon ave. with burial in lit. Nebo
1 'emtery.
II,
MRS. ESTELLE
Of i!40 SW 1th at..
ISAACS
died Aug. 21
Bept.
rama
Y..ik
JOSEPH GELFAND
12. dairy route salesman, died
II at home. SI KW 2lat .1 He
j here Sevan yeara ago from New
mi la mrylyad bj hi* if.-. i.,i. two
sona, ll.irv.v and Burton a daughter,
1;' n.i,. his fai lie, and two atei
S.r\ Ices were S.pt is in Cordon Fu-
ll Home, with burial In Ml. Nt I".
Cemeti
Beach Man
Manage Dade
Cross Group
E. Livengond. executive
jot Palm Beacli County Red
f-" wen named manauer of
f0OM| chaplcr and w.ll
fr duty on Oct 15
Nnent of Uvengood-i
l? m3*<> by John P.
''man oi the kmI Cross wl,h ';""ion Funeral Home in'chaxge
ev'-'!', :, ,ucce!180r ,()r -n-ngementa^_____
fvotny. res,ged. jack l.tb
PtVans nlher m.k '' nn iiii'oniol.il.. mechanic, died Bepl
fee R*H members of 17. He came hare 11 years ago fron
KlHtedii '"" ,"mmi,'fe
iff VVcng00d in(,'"de
"Um^ Jr. and Allen Mor-
R- Kent. Red c
JOSEPH GOODMAN
58. of UM N\v 7th as.-. died Sept. 1
A i.-tired ahoe repair ahop owner, he
i ime here ten yeara ago fr.iin l^.s
'ngeles, Calif. Oravealde services were
Sept. |s |n Siar of I "avid Cemetel
- ross as-
2? of funf raising in
Jf*ni!States. willcoS
***** until ,he arrival
-Un, said BrUmby- chaP"
port on hroel
teio7rsramwM
rWah
...m
Brooklyn and lived at s; BfE ITIih st
He la survived b> hla wife, Julia, three
sons, David, Alfred and Louis; hla
mother, Mra. Roae Lite: and three sis
ters. He waa a member of the
Odd l.llowaand Monti, ell.. Park -w
ish Onter. .Services were Sept. Is st
R|V| isid, -lu-a,-Ii Memorial Chapel.
ISormand) late, with burial in Mt
sinai Cemeter)
FT. MYERS
3800 ACRES borders on La-
high sub. 3 miles of road
frontage. Will sell all or part,
$150 per 29 pet. down 5 pet.
on balance. This land is far
below market, should more
than double in short time.
Elevation 19 to 24'.
CRANDON REALTY
200 Crandon Blvd.
Phone Miami 814-5617
PASCO COUNTY
4,000 ACRES
8 miles highway frontage
$125 par acre
Terms 20 p.c. down balance 10
year* with release clauses.
LAKE COUNTY
371 ACRES
2 mile highway frontage
$100 par acre
341 ACRES
No road frontage
$40 par acre
1,650 ACRES
Tampa Area
$100 per acre
Terms 130.000 Cash.
Balance 10 yeara.
KEY WEST AREA
'850 feet ocean frontage approx-
imately 35 acres. Price 170.000.
Terma.
See Robt. L. Oester
ALLIED REALTY, INC.
REALTORS
2400-A Oakland Pk. Beach Blvd.
Fort Lauderdale, FIs.
LOgan 41286 LO 4-1287
WATER WATER WATER
1,350 Acres
near Ocala and Silver Springs
800 in lush improved grasses, bal-
ance in heavy saleable timber.
Boundary is diked river 5 Ft. above
land. Level stabilized by locks.
Drainage by old stream bed emp-
tying into river below locks. Going
ranch. Efficient manager. Call ma
for details.
F. D. H. Mackenzie, Realtor
Telephone MA 2-4215
OCALA SILVER SPRINGS, FLA.
II
MEYER GREENBERO
l. of 1st] SW 7th St.. died s
".1, sept is In Oordon a
Funeral Home, with burial In Mi Sinai
1 enietery.
*|W *as held
sfi**phy
jllth ft
MAX ROSENHAIN
iperator of an Insecticide business. ,
died Bept n lie came here 12 yeara
from New fork and lived ai mi-
ill He was a Mason and life mem-
.._ her of ii.- iiionv Rotau*} club and
ami Reach1"""" ''haiaber of Commerce He Ii
i in hla fi Henrietta, a
daughti i. s.,.i ,,i local were I
Bl lit II in Mi Id, Hi Memorial
Chapel, Normand) lale. uh hunal in
Mt Nebo Cemeti
recently
' I'"shay,
OSCAR NEWMAN
7. of nine n \v 12,1, ,, dlei
Iding .?i-t ii. tion foieman he
'in, here JO >eara ago from Knclx-
FARMS FOR SALE
Near Lake City, Florida
500 ACRE farm completely
equipped, 100 head cattle,
100 head hogs. $70,000,
$25,000 down.
360 ACRE farm, 4 miles South
of Laka Cily, nice house,
completely furnished.
640 ACRES cut over woodland,
potential good growing pine
land. Fair stand of young
timber. $40 par acre.
300 ACRE farm, 280 acres cul-
tivation, good land, $23,000.
BISHOP AGENCY
413 N. Marion St.
Laka City, Fla.
Phone 965
900 feet
Business frontage on U.S.
Highway No. 1 naar Home-
stead Air Base. Ideally locat-
ed. 243 feet deep. Will sell
separately or together.
$170 front ft.
SEE TODAY
Corner Block
467 ft. U.S. Highway 1 front-
age. Close in to city limits.
Only $250
per front ft.
5 Acres
Choice location, ideal for de-
velopment.
Only $4400
per acre
A STEAL
KEEN L0VELL
REAL ESTATE
16821 Federal Highway
Phone 817-901S
PALM BEACH
County 85 Acres
Industrial Site
Approximately 20 miles southeast
I of Pratt-Whitney site. Presently has
! 3000 feet railroad trackage. Pro-
' posed plat shows a possible 19.000
feet. Has good frontage on main
traveled highway.
Price $125,000.00
ARTHUR J. ALLEN, Realtor
3338 Broadway
RIVIERA BEACH, FLORIDA
Phone Victor 4-9771
Fort Myers
Opportunity!
TOO ACRES NEAR CITY and RIVER -
active center frontage en important
boulevard. $310 per acre, 29% cash
and balance 10 annual payments. Fine
subdivision site.
JEFFC0TT
Realty Investments
2400 FIRST STREET
FORT MYERS, FLORIDA
OCEAN AND A1A
96 ACRES en Merritt Island crossed
by A1A. Near Glided Missile Rase,
$125,000.
C. B. DAVIS, Realtor
710 E. Colonial, Orlando, Fla., Pb. 7305
DEPENDABLE
REAL ESTATE
KNOW-HOW!
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Dump Nixon Campaign Reminds Columnist of Good Old Days
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
When Stassen started his abor-
tive dump-Nixon-campaign, one of
my local newspaper- reported a
high-ranking Republican senator as
having said that Stassen didn't be-
long and that he might well be
wending in the footsteps of the
political "renegade" Sen. Morse. I
couldn't fathom thi- reaction to
St a-sen herat* until I recalled an
authentic incident that happened to
me
We lived a' the time on the Low-
er Ka.st Side in a hou-e owned b* a
Republican club, an ideal set up for
an inveterate pinnochle player a*
myself. Heading the organiiation.
the James G. Blame club, was the
colorful Joe Levenson who. if me-
moo- serve* me correctly, had the i
courage to run for Sheriff against '
Al Smith when that gentleman was ,
unbeatable in any political race but
the presidency Joe had a sharp
tongue, a remarkable memory and
pictures^uene-- of phrase that ;
VH a delight to lovers of semantics ;
a word incidentally which was
not yet fully appreciated in those
daj Joe I understand, authored a ;
book on the t--t Side, which is,
now virtually a collector's item.
One day Joe cornered me ith a j
k of admonition Here I bad i
been utilizing the clubs facilities
for years and wasn't it yet ripe for
me to join the club" I nodded af-
firmatively, less out of devotion to
the political faith than out of fond-
n*s of the people to whom I was
at this time chained in personal
friend-hip Joe knew this, and
when he accepted the three dollars
from me as an initiation fee he was
aware of my mental reservations,
but like all zealots he hoped some
day to really convert me to the
cause
On the night of the meeting
when my membership was to be
formalized. Joe was in his glory.
The club was running a dinner in
a Broadway night club and all ef-
forts were turned into making it a
great success Joe thundered away
at the dubious, the indifferent and
the questionable, striving to fire his
audience with the fire he alone pos-
sessed Suddenly, and by no means
out of mischief, I arose with a
question. "Joe." I asked, "you have
been talking with fire and brim
and with the iron conviction of a
prophet of a 'Republican dinner.'
would you mind telling this poli-
tical novice the difference between
a Republican and Democratic din-
ner?"
Joe thundered with fists on desk,
turned red with anger and fired
back: "Here, take your three bucks
back and get out. Any man who
can't conceive or divine the dif-
ference betwen, our m
good Republican-
Knowing Joe a. l a*,
embarrassed by his
was a dedicated Hep...
t man of polan
fanatic ,n doI^TI**.'
he remained a bataiu.
Bfc because he^jj
suitable Republican,^1
Thu> came to ,n 3 L
political interlude in J^
have -nee then attends j
by both parties and. I ,,,
I still can discern no 0
Often I -trive todisan,
ferences in other a^rwi.
that too seems at tones ,i
task
Here
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