The Jewish Floridian

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

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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKL*
tjune 30-Number 41
Miami. Florida. Friday, October 12, 1
956
Price 20c?
.< M 4-1 VETO A CASE Of CENSOtSHIP? NEW FACTS ARE REVEAIED
resence Of Milton Piedro At School Board Hearing Seen Significant In ADL Calendar Decision
_ ___... ~l imiltnn PimArn at m Dart* rnnntw ifhiwil U... J__!_ _.
The presence of Milton Piedro at a Dad* county school
ird hearing last week was soon Wednesday by conv
y|y leaders as significant even as tho board decided to
jiy the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith the right
fcirculete its calendar throughout the school system.
The school board voted Oct. 3 to ban the calendar
|th ADL refused to tear out the last three pages of its
blicition. School board member Anna Brenner Meyers
is the sole opponent of the ban.
The calendar, circulated for the benefit of teachers
here during the past four year,, lists major holidays of
the Jewish, Catholic and Protestant faiths. The final three
pages to be used at the discretion of the individual teacher
includes a bibliography on human relations and inter-
group material.
It was this bibliography the Dade County school board
questioned for the first time. Supt. W. R. Thorn., explained
the school board move by declaring that "the selfish or
private purposes of the sponsor should not be prominent
or dominant in material" submitted for circulation here.
Piedro heads the National Assn. for the Advancement
and Protection of the Majority of White People. He is also
listed as a subscriber on the certificate of incorporation of
Florida States Rights, Inc., filed August 10, 1954 in the cir-
cuit court of Dade county (Book 76; Page 187).
Listed as a co-subscriber is Talmadge Luttrell, former
Ku Klux Klan member and klavern secretary. Luttrell ap-
peared before a Federal Grand Jury in connection with
the bombing of severel Miami synagogues and St. Peter and
Continued on Page 2A
Sinai Hospital's new 54,000,000 site
irings to reality a dream of the less than a
1 cade-old medical institution. Gov. LeRoy
RELATED STORIES SEE PAGE 8A
Collins has hailed the building as a sig-
nificant contribution to the health needs of
South Florida.
mndbreaking for New ML
Sinai Hospital is Due Sunday
lAJneleS,nP '" ,he history of civic effort in Greater Miami will he
ted Sunday afternoon with groundbreaking for the new 300-bed
i"t Sinai Hospital.
|Jii! puliii,- is invited by Max Orovitz. president of the hospital;
h ih \H (h'"r"ian of lne Mount Sinai Hospital development fund.
y the board o| trustees to the groundbreaking ceremonies, which
L on ,h'' '" "f a gala community-wide celebration.
[*unu,pa| C()lim> iina s(ate 0fncitis anrJ hospital and medical lead-
r ine Greater Miami area will take part. Baron de Hindi Meyer.
HWtide "l"",i,nding civic leaders and a trustee of the hospital.
EtE?ram wi" '*#' a* 2:30 p.m. on the Rrounds of the present
lu en inC"nc'U"1'' wi,h 8rour|dbreaking at the site 6f the new
tat Sin i?1.1' r""ins Island. immediately adjacent to the present
I Greet j
a>. at 4300 Alton rd.. Miami Beach.
i Jh8k *!" hp ex,end*d by top officials of Greater Miami munici-
L^oy hospital and medical leaders.
BAKON Of HIRSCH hUtl*
. will preside
^BUMMANN IS flfCttD PRESIDtNT
-0A Confab Scores Near East Policies
feTf I woven ^k nday concl"ded its four-day an-
W stlii w,th a ^solution calling on the
Pgiverlthn Italic ,. ,hi,n s<'" such arms. The resolution
h'lfd for a
"""ual security treaty between the
United States and Israel.
"As a firm ally of the West. Israel should not be
called upon to impose a further strain on her econ-
omy in order to acquire these arms, but should re-
ceive such military aid and expanded economic as-
sistance as a part of our program for mutual de-
*fense." the resolution stated.
The ZOA voiced "grave concern"
over the steady deterioration of the
American position in the Middle
Bast "We regard the severe pohti-
I tDUCATION BOARD RAPPED
"> Board .nEZLSm 5 d^~V 2 ESfi^ U>ere by our country and by West-
*"1"n.nt of ^1"^ JUMSft ZSSiSES ern interests generally as the ...
In.-- ""Oral ana Sniritual I Am ml. in th> P..hi..- srhnn <.
lopm., \L """ adopting the revised statement
I^Wnintio,, Mor#l ano Spiritual Ideals in the Public Schools.
r**'n\ dMr9*d ,h* bo*rd "? **** steps" to ensure that
'Thf Jwi*h L n' "PrOV'd# '*" '' instruction."
?New York c*, Convn,r** aaid in a statement that the decision
**" 'or dtv I rd ***eatron to promulgate its controversial
* ** xtrem* mor^ and spiritual ideals in the public schools
''ious oro C,",,on and draught with diro consequences for
* "P. It warned that "the adoption of this statement
Continued on Page 7 A
ev.table outcome of our govern-
i ment's policy of recent years, which
was conceived in the mistaken be-
lief that Arab friendship can be
won by long discredited methods of
1 appeasement," the resolution said.
"We profoundly regret that the
Continued on Page 7 A
Egypt Scored at Security
Council for Anti-Israel
Blockade of Suez Canal
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)
Strong criticism of Egypt for
blockading the Suez Canal against
Israel was voiced in the United
Nations Security Council debate
this week on Egypt's seizure of
the canal. So far live of the nine
peahen Britain, Belgium, Aus-
tralia, France and Cuba have
focused on Israel's charges gainst
Egypt, The most forthright accu-
sation against Egypt was made by
Dr. Emilio Nunez-Portuondo, rep-
n-( ntative of Cuba.
This blockade, said Dr. Portuon-

End is Certain,
Agron Declares
Problem When
Jerusalem* Mayor Gershon Agron
arrived at Miami airport Tuesday
afternoon for a speaking engage-
ment here in behalf of State of
Israel Hone's.
Agron. who is also publisher of
The Jerusalem Post and who has
figured prominently- in the current
controversy with Israeli orthodox
groups as to the Inclusion of a Re-
form synagogue, in the Hebrew
Union College-Jewish Institute of
Religion's proposed school of arche-
ology in Jerusalem, was met bv a
delegation of prominent community
leaders.
Asked by newsmen if he thought
"there would be an early end to
Arab-Israeli feuding," Agron re-
plied.
"I would like to break my an-
swer down into two parts. First:
will there be an end? Surely, there
will be an end. Second: will there
be an early end? The problem of
"when' involves a commitment only
a fool can make."
Newsmen also asked Agron about
"the apparent refusal of the Se-
Continued on Page 2 A
do. affects Cuba directly. "We too
are users of the canal," he de-
clared. "Our merchant vessels do
not pass through Suez, but our
products sugar, tobacco and so
on are carried to all parU of
the world in vessels of every flag.
It is clear that if the passage of a
vessel carrying our products were
impeded, it would cause us un-
justified harm which we could not
accept without registering our
protest."
Dr. Portuondo denied Egypt's-
claim that the anti-Israel blockade
of the Suez was justified on the
grounds that a state of war exists
between the two states. "It can-
not be denied." he pointed out,
"that that argument was rejected
by the Security Council and that
its resolution has not been re-
spected. The Cuban Government
maintains that the United Nations
cannot function effectively if
member states accept only resolu-
tions which are favorable to them
and ignore those that are unfavor-
able."
Dr. Mahmoud Fawzi. Egypt's
Foreign Minister, and his chief
backer in the Council, Soviet For-
eign Minister Dmitri Shepilov. ad-
mitted in their major speeches
Continued on Page 3 A
Spy on Trial
Gets US. Aid
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
State Department said Wednesday
that facilities normally available to
American citizens under criminal
charges abroad have been afforded
a 29-year-old American woman
charged with spying by Israel.
State Department spokesman
Lincoln White said that a decision
in the case of Mary Frances Hagan,
of Huntington, W. Va., was expect-
Continued on Page 6 A
0RT Leader Syngalowski .
Dead in Paris at Age 67
PARIS (JTA) Dr. Aron Syn-
galowski, world leader of ORT,
died here Sunday following a
heart attack several days ago. He
arrived here from Geneva, the
world seat of the ORT, where he
has been living since World War
II. He was 67 years old. His body
was taken to Geneva for burial
Tuesday.
Born in Russia, he received a
university education there and. as
a student, was active in Jewish
Continued on Page 2 A



Page 2 A
Kltwlsti tlorHlar
\

Presence of Milton Piedro at School Board Hearing is Seen Significant in ADL Calendar Decision
identify the controversial bibliography a. J
integration propaganda." m t,n>nH)ni|j
Continued from Tag* 1 A
Paul Church back in 1951. It was before this jury that
Luttrell admitted his KKK affiliation, testifying that he
had burned the membership records of his klavern.
turn to the politics of our fathers, the school board, Supt. Thomas and
What was good enough for them is the vast majority of Americans.''
George J. Taiianoff, president of
Florida State B'nai B'rith and an
Anti-Defamation League national
commissioner, told The Jewish ,
Floridian that "the superintendent
of schools has the unquestioned
right to accept or reject all material
offered to the board for circula-
tion throughout Dado's schools.
That is his prerogative. We have
no quarrel there. Th* issue was
created, however, when Supt.
Thomas admitted wanting to use
the ADL calendar, which he called
helpful to the teachers, but mad*
Piedro's presence at the Oct. 3 school board mooting,
which led to the conditional ban of th* ADL calendar,
gave added substance to the belief that possible objections
from vocal extremist groups, bigoted in nature, prompted
the school board's action. These groups are endeavoring to
man
States Rights Inc., meeting October >,
ft H.II. Hi.toah. heard from Rev 2'' '* bJ
******** Church, who ZZiSfty
good enough for us
Rev. Ziemer was quoted as de-
claring that B'nai B'rith, National
Conference of Christian and Jews,
National Assn. for the Advance-
ment of Colored People and other
"minority let's-get-together groups"
are Communist-dominated. "We
need some force in this country to
prevent these groups from operat-
ing," he is reported to have said.
Piedro's known identification
with the National Assn. for the Ad-
vancement and Protection of the
Majority of White People and Flor-
ida State* Rights, Inc. is being
interpreted as significant in light
of his side-lines discussion with an-
other observer at the Oct. 3 school
board meeting.
Piedro was seen talking with an
elderly woman during the meeting,
who later rose to charge the ADL
calendar as being an effort at
"brainwashing." When asked to tion,
identify herself, she gave her nm great
as Mrs. Audrey Lee, Kendall, Fla.,
adding that "I am a white grand-
mother."
Mrs. Lee, who is believed to have
been coached by Piedro, told the
school board that Hortense Pow-
dermaker, world renowned educa-
tor, is "Communistic." She is author
its circulation conditional upon
tearing out the last three pages.
"This, we believe, constitutes
censorship. The reputation of the
Anti-Defamation League and its
dedication to the preservation of
human dignity need no defense.
Men like J. Edgar Hoover, head of
the Federal Bureau of Investiga-
have remarked on ADL's
contribution to American
democracy often enough. The
school board's move against us must
therefore be regarded as question-
able."
Local Jewish community leaders
were meanwhile Wednesday eval-
uating the ADL-school board scene.
Many leaders, unwilling at this
Holding Corp. Launching Sunday
Coral Way Jewish (enter Hold agogue center
ing Corp. will launch its develop-. future come e '"""
. r ~----. --r'liuiurc ciimp
mem program at a breakia*t Sun- respon*ibilit
day. 14. 10 a.m., at the Great Ga-'
|bles restaurant, 5716 S. Dixie
hwy.
Jerry Jlesen. chairman of WW
, corporation, bau announced teal all
, member! of tile Center have been
I invited to the breakfast to launch
its $250,000 campaign.
"We are confident that we will
succeed." .said the chairman, "for
the urgency of constructing a syn-
Pi'N all of us to i
Charles Aaron, of Chicago,
sixth president of the National
Jewish Welfare Board, will
address the 11th annual con-
ference of the Southern Sec-
tion-JWB. when it convenes
in Memphis. Tenn., Nov. 3
and 4.
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
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of Probing Our Prejudices." listed point to be quoted, based their hes-
among the bibliographical data in ifancy upon the fact that "the is-
the last three pages of the ADL cal- sues *r not clear."
endar. Mrs Lee similarly declared -sj,, ,re not .. on# ,, d
au^oToV V Efh", AJPi"ft,i- ''* ''" ADL has the right
About rL"'7p NrnSe ,0 dil,ribu, "-** j" **
About Race and Eva Knox Evans. p|,ct. Wh.t would our region be
r.tt.Wl ^ U$" ,h' i'-nother faith-Catholic oProT
raphy.
Nathan Perlmutter, director of
the Florida regional office of the
Anti-Defamation League, Wednes-
day told the Jewish Floridian "that
both the school board and Supt.
Thomas, I am certain, acted with
similar calendars to Dade school
teachers?
"The ADL, directly involved ii
the question, is already out in its
position. Whether out on limb or
not, we can not tell at this time,
the best intention, so far a, *ur fk' "V** cl.rific.tion of
schools and th. total community ^M *t. .t would b. improper
are concerned." But he quoted from C"?* *" i*hl bo#rd wi,h
Th. Miami Daily N.ws. toe., .Her- e*"or, **'
0RT LEADER SYNGA10WSKI
DEAD IN PARIS AT AGE 67
Continued from P.ge 1 A
life, becoming known as an in-
iMiing public speaker In 1909 he
lif! EUlssla for Germany, where
he studied and became an attar*
I B) However, he never practiced
law Instead he devoted all Msl
life to promoting the work of the |
ORT in all parts of the world. He |
wa.s also the author of numerous
works on social and economic
problems.
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noon publication, which termed the
school board move an act of cen-
sorship out of fear of offending ex-
t re mist groups.
Reinforcing the supposed impact
of known hat* groups on th* school
board decision, Perlmutter Wed-
nesday told The Jewish Floridian
" w"uk- --------- '"n r-iorioian
I will be the first to admit that rhlf Robr? Hilderbrant, of Miami,
hu. m ... IDUirail mt k I ~~ I .11:____#
we have a selfish purpose in dis-
tributing the ADL calendar," Perl-
mutter said. "It is the fulflowering
of democracy and the betterment of
human relations. If our motives are
selfish, they are certainly not pri-
freedom and democracy we are, w. | Hilderbrant to be about 21 ****!
fcelievt. advancing th. purpose, of age.
app*r*d at th* local offices of the
ADL the day after the hearing and
asked for a calendar.
"If you want to know who it is
for," Hilderbrant is reported as
having volunteered, "if. for Mil-
ton Piedro." Perlmutter judged
WORLD'S LARGEST
END IS CERTAIN, AGRON DECLARES BUT 'WHEN?'
Continued from Page 1 A
curity Council to hear Israeli i
,ke> to the city He was also met by
'Kabbi L0O Kronish, presidrn' of
in the current Suez (anal dispute ,ht" GS^t?" Miami Rabbinical
The Security Council has not \,t A"'
definitely refused." the Jerusalem
mayor countered, adding thai I
m certain the United Nations will
have to hear us eventually because
the whole world is becoming aware
that Col. Nasser is an ignorant bul-
ly who is attempting to terrorize all
humanity."
Ralph Spero. president of
Temple Beth Sholom. and Leon Ell.
Beth Sholom pad president
Mayor Agron then left for the
rontainebleau hotel, prior to his
Participation ,n a cocktail party in
bit honor earl) Tuesdaj ew-nmg at
the borne t Mr and Mrs. Samuel
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f, October 12, 1956
-JeHMrhridUan
of an Ancient Parable Emerges the Truth of Judaism
, t0\\m\w >< trtolhtr m 4 series of article* prepared bx (prnftiul
'itnhcTtfoi The Jewish Flondian "fUMnmcai Corner" m tre,.
(, the Greater Miami R4bbinicdl Assn. Rabhi Abraham
b on pf Tifereth Israel Korthiide Center, is coordinator of this
Jyn. firot'*"-
|R,bbi Shmaryahu Swirsky
I Beth El Congregation
,nes ago, when barbaric
i swept across the verdant
t of ancient Asia, when the
, of Buddha lived on in the
^nation of the High Lama.
[the sublimity of Nirvana
HhrwW In i he majestic
I of the mighty Himalayas.
[dwelt two hermits.
(he monastic quietude of this
Ae two hermit- sought, each
[own way. to mould etcrnal-
}nc was a floraligist and the
[a potter. One delved into
romb of the earth, drawing
strange, exotic flowers;
|the other played on the lyre
[lure's sonata, breathing into
s clay breathless life, shap-
t the music of his hands rare
L mu. it came to pass *AU> S-MAtrAHU swiksky
fght as they sal conversing A***' Masseiu
ier that the potter said to
of the night, fashioning, modeling,
destroying and rebuilding, till at
last each one created perfection.
As the sun rose, each one came
forth with his creation. Proudly
the potter emerged holding in his
hands a vase, painted in chame-
leon hues, where night's compell-
ing darkness vied with day's be-
dazzling blue, depicting the epith-
alamium of creation. Gloatingly,
he held it aloft so that the rays of
the sun might play on its irides-
cent beauty. The gleam reflected
from the vase struck him in the
eye and for a moment he was
blinded and lost consciousness.
The vase dropped and was shat-
tered into fragments of lifeless
clay.
At that moment, the gardener
came forth holding in his hands a
he Rabbinical
Corner
Urdner: "Thy work is but
. In the morning it blos-
Ih and in the evening it is
|re Verily the rose is beauti-
i fragrance permeates the
t it is as a shadow, evanas-
pdtransient: while my vases
pwlasting in their transcen-
li beauty."
spoke the gardener and
ll/i us each strive to create
faith of his labors, and pos-
Ml judge." The days rolled
pile the potter and the gar-
r toiled deep into the tomb
pt Scored at Security Council
For Anti-Israel Blockade of Suez
'Nnwtd from Page 1 a
JW that freedom of passage
** the Sue* Canal is an im-
I issue. They avoided men-
H t^ael by name. But the
Inwiw Minister insisted
I'M government s pledge to
1 canal (,pt.n to interna-
navigation "until this mo-
J* Krupulouslj been hon-
XI maintained."
>* Commander Ali Sabry
m Political advisor to
V n' Carnal Abdcl
ELi r sp"llp(l "ut at a
Ij''*""-hi* government's
Em tf"8 here *
|2""888, whlcn WJM. |
'"Stll m 'n Ume '
I mrtes ,, KKyptian;
Kae*rd'*" refers I
7 al wth Egypt
RSr .a,d- "beCU" a
Nta' ,s,s ******* us."
z,ha; K*>* had
fuhihCorcil reso,u-
- S aeh'; rac,ing
Wt,(..! 'hp "rm.st.ce
Cd- rasb,,rd"clash
l^i/Sl^I-e,
|Sp^ch.....,bu,ld-
P*on Jud SLun lhe pp-
* Life I m *h,cn >
A spokesman for the French
delegation here, however, accused
Egypt of failing to honor its
pledfes regarding the Suez Canal
and also of having been guilty of
aggressions "on its borders."
rose. The potter rushed over
snatched it with his angry fin-
Kers and destroyed it petal by
petal. Bit ravaging hands finally
touched the seeds. Sanity flowed
back to him. He halted, and look-
ing at the gardener he said "You
were right. My work when de-
stroyed vanished completely into
oblivion while yours is indestruct-
ible. From out of this debacle life
surges again. The flower may die
autumnal winds may kiss it with
death, but the seed lives on for-
ever."
This parable has its echoes and
allusions in every facet of record-
ed history. At the dawn of con-
science two systems of thought
vied with each other for mastery
over man's mind one. the Baby-
lonian Enuma Elish, and the oth-
er, the Hebrew Genesis. The for-
mer portrays a struggle between
Annu and Tiamath; and from the
latter*! carcass were fashioned the
heaven and earth a banquet of
the gods ensued with a spree of
drink and base revelry. In Gene-
sis, the God of Spirit has but one
introductory phrase to mankind
after creation, namely. "Let there
be light." Against the polytheistic
naturalism of Babylonia and the
confused ideas of Egyptian pan-
theon. Israel affirmed the unity
and purity of God. The seed of
this thought transformed subse-
quent history.
Thirty-seven centuries ago. the
gardener and potter come to grips
again. Into a warlike world came
Abraham, the founder of our
faith, and proclaimed that there is
one human family and that all of
us are the children of One God.
Against him were arrayed all the
sinister forces, personified in
Nimrod. the power-mad ruler who
sought to destroy him. But the
seed took hold; these efforts only
led Abraham to think more deep-
ly about his faith and take bold
steps, even to the point of becom-
ing the first refugee, in order to
implement this idea of unity. The
invisible finger of history gives
us the decisive verdict. Nimrod
became the instrument through
which Abraham emerged trium-
phant even as Sennacheris was
the unwilling instrument for the
victory of Isaiah. The vase is
smashed while the flower becomes
more radiant.
In the historic times that ebbed
and flowed in the maelstrom of
the existence of our people, we
have always had in our midst
these two types, the gardeners
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and potters. There were those who
dreamed strange dreams of creat-
ing that which they considered
everlasting, who found great joy
in foreign fields and dedicated
their years to the unintelligent
worship of the intellect. There
were men who lived in the cold
ivory towers and permitted no en-
try of the moral passion of Juda-
ism or the anguish of their peo-
ple.
When the whims and moods of
men changed, their work lay
crushed into myriads of frag-
ments, and their truth was only
illusory. But those who, like the
gardener, built on the eternal ver-
ities of normative Judaism, could
not be destroyed. Those who lived
by Torah and chained the fury of
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voth lived and perservered. Be-
cause of the disciplines of Torah,
because of the prophetic voices
that made no peace with the
whims of men, because of our
spiritual giants who struggled and
suffered on the battlefields of
ideas, we are still very much alive
today.
For all these millenia, the Jew-
ish people have stood in a picket
line, voicing their protests against
slavery of body and mind against
the inflicting of pain, physical and
mental. And even unto the end of
days we shall work in the soil of
man and the soul of man plantin
the flower at kindness, unity an
peace. Some day, the flower will
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Volume 30 Number 41
Friday, October 12, 1956
An International Service Organization's 113th Birthday
Zagreb was the nearest citv of note It I *
north, and one-time capital, and leading com J ,arwl
center of Yugoslavia, and the center TImZF* *
(quite a contrast to other towns and dU-fSJ^l
neon signs and trolley cars. mo But the present day Zagreb is different
Twelve immigrant Jews from Germany
banded together on New York's lower East Side
back in 1843 with the purpose of "uniting Israel-
ites in the work of promoting their highest in-
terests and those of humanity."
Out of that ambitious prospectus developed
the international order of B'nai B'rith, which to-
day numbers some 400,000 members throughout
the world. Greater Miami's B'nai B'rith lodaes
and chapters will join the oiganization in cele-
brating its 113th anniversary this weekend.
Some interesting statistics include these:
Currently, there are 1.750 lodges and chapters
a lh United States and Canada. The State of
Israel boasts 61. B'nai B'rith is active in Rome.
as well as in Dublin, where recently-elected
Groundbreaking Sunday
ML Sinoi Hospital breaks ground this
Sunday for its new $4,000,000 building on
len-acre Collins Island adjacent to the hos-
pital's present site.
The community is clearly cognisant of
the fact that it has achieved a monument of
progress by joint cooperation for the estab-
lishment of a modern medical center in
Greater Miami. But Gov. LeRoy Collins, in a
telegram to hospital oiiicials. this week ob-
served that the new Mt. Sinai will also repre-
sent a great achievement for all of South
Florida.
We are proud to note the part that our
local Jewish community is playing in this
regard. For residents throughout the area, Mt
Sinai s new site, when completed, will repre-
sent a bastion of health insurance, where
scientific research is constantly taking place
for the conguest of disease and where med-
ico facilities are available lor the assistance
of the aii:ng.
The groundbreaking Sunday will repre-
sent the culmination of a dream, first en-
visioned less than a decade ago by a pro-
gressiv^mindad Jewish leadership. Out of
that dream will rise in the months ahead a
breath-taking si., and a community neces-
sity the new Mt. Sinai Hospital, whose
aoors are open to all who need its services.
regardless of race, creed or color.
The Final Word Wasn't Theirs
Kan ^l^6!Un,y 9Ch1 bOTd deCi8ion to
Le^n,S J,aSttibU"n l the Anti-Defamation
League calendar to teachers here unless the
ADLconsents to ripp.ng out the last three pages
controversial m the days ahead. 9 '
We recogmie along w-.:h the League that
board has the nqht to aSp or
re.ee, material submitted to the board for cZ
culation throu ^^ J~ *
well become a dumping Ground tor a large
v* J"1,^^ Thomas has c.
IhuZft rtV u1*1* ADL **
s-uted to Dade teachers for the fit* coneecu-
.ve year, providing that the three paaea te
which the school board ob-ecs are tornlu?
~rJdlJ!2falv5uesuon th-s Va-hv does
school board object now? I, dad not Bad the
pages controversial' in the pest
C)ne of the answers may well be that the
iW?1- h.a8,KknucklGd < o pressure group,
-bhographrcal material on human riohtTcmH
^grovap relation, otf^ve to th^fa
1*!5L pro,rfona1 expression ol hop. tha, if.
caMnaar might again eater the echooi-----
indicates that the school board has deode*T!
submit to the biackmail of these groups^
The Anti-D^amation League leels that
proei^onxd ^epknsce in this caw mean* cen-
orsfcrp. and ADL leaoers here are unwilling
TOceae. The ban ae it now stands a a victory
k U?*_^ b^wmuyen. For they have had
the last word, not the school board, on wtvr,
jhoU.and what shall no. cotS Z j
bance of democracy.
Lord Mayor Robert Briscoe is a founding mem-
ber.
But these numerical values merely indicate
scope and not the good works of this organiza-
tion over these past 113 years. Its Anti-Defama-
lion League, dating to 1913. combats anti-Semi-
lism and other forms of racial and religious
bigotry and works to promote the libetries and
civil rights of American citizens.
B'nai B'rith's Hillel Foundation maintains
religious and cultural centers for Jewish students
on 207 colleae campuses in the United States,
Canada. England and Israel among these
being our own at the University of Miami. In
addition, the international order maintains a
Vocational Service Bureau, which last year
counseled more than 250.000 young men and
women at clinics in 20 cities; assists in times of
disaster having begun this activity in 1868'
with aid for flood victims in Baltimore some 13
years before the founding of the American Red
Cross since then aiding victims of the 1871
Chicago fire, of yellow fever epidemics in the
South during the 1870s, the San Francisco earth-
quake and, in our own time, sending some
S900000 to the Red Cross during World War II.
In addition. World War II saw B'nai B'rith
furnish our Armed Forces with millions of dol-
lars worth of recreational and morale eguip-
ment. outfitting 1.500 Army dayrooms and sup-
plying some 800 Navy vessels.
Greater Miami lodges and chapters may
well be proud of this organization and their
participation in its manifold humanitarian pro-
grams on the occasion of its 113th anniversary
Saturday.
A UM Anniversary Year
The University of Miami Symphony Or-
chestra will celebrate the 30th anniversary of
its founding when noted conductor Andre Kos-
telanetz steps on the podium Oct. 28 and 29
to open the orchestra's 1956-57 winter season
Throughout the years, the UM Orchestra
has been a focal point for the arrival here of
noted concert artists instrumentalists, sing-
ers and conductors. Almost single-handed, it
has been the cause for bringing to local music
lovers performers who might otherwise only be
heard on records. 7
The 30th anniversary year will bring to the
m.nd of many Miamians the early founding and
visionary activity of the late Dr. Arnold Volpe
To remind us of his dauntless energies and
drive toward perfection within the limits of a
student orchestra i, Mrs Mar.e Volpe. who to-
day sU 11 guides the orchestra's de.unies as
concert manager.
IrttaJi Grea1er1 Miami community congratu-
lates this musical oraanization on the occasion
of_a significant birthday. fusion
du. me present day Zagreb is different b
years ago. The people who walk the rtreata ,hel
women dressed in cotton house frocks have 'JT,^
dressed ... furst ajid men wearins heaw Ixk.!2 h'1-
the streets which had seen doub.chn;,. .' u d "**
Zagreb is quiet; her parks are filled with the M^t**
- they are not filled. "e old Pwpk-as|
What can be said of the Jewish life in y.i*>i
Is no Jewish life in Yugoslavia. The effort JESS
been to equals the populace. No person or re 1'*'
ence and there is no emphasis placed on religion7$
THt ONLY SiHACOCUi IN ZAGKtB
gECAUSE investigation of the telephone director, kM,
close the address or even the existence of a n,-
I wen. to the Office of the American Consul,tewhST
address of "The Office of the Director of the Jew," ri
Secretary a. the Consulate said that the -ynagogi .1
building as the director ""M
1 h.i.l circled the area where the Secretary had *gtaJ
or mx times befnorc I finally decided th.-.i no buildingll
could psS,biy be a House ol Worship I went into,53
Proprietary he knew where the -w;., ; r Temp|/ftJl
He pointed to the building on the corner a buldiM,
looked at several times, but had rejected a- the righto
The only synagogue in Zagreb is housed in a threes
in a quiet neighborhood near the National Museum Toil
building looks like any other structure on the -treet T
stained glass windows, no arched doorways, no rio^ 7,
make it at all distinctive. The part of the building that 3
worship is a iarge room on the first floor. When I em
mg. I was directed to go upstairs and -peak with the I
I'pstairs to my amazement was the Jewish Old Agfc
Zagreb. It also is the headquarters of The Jew- of Zagreb."H
president of the Synagogue who saw me and when I -aid'
his eyes lit up and I could see that for a moment, he was I
German, I told him that I was an American student QuicUtL
me into his office and we talked for about an hour But W
gotten his German purposely (the German language a.>theoi
he could forget) and because we were having some diffkcoiar|
munication. he told me that there was a person in the Honet
Yiddish.
a
mos Aunuot toward m jiws
THE OLD man who knew Yiddish .,. ,, doctor a
and he too was excited to see me Hi rial
understand and talk Yiddish a little. I thought Yiddieiu
language, particularly in America.'' he pniSfl
Poland and lived in Yugoslavia during the latter I
War In Poland, however, he had been a medical 6
there was a need for veterinarians, and i medical Mill
instead of giving up his medical career in Yugoslavia, hei
veterinarian.
I a.s particularly curious to find out how the fcW
in Tito's country. There have been all sorts of art
West about the difference between Tlto'l rcaime and _
Russia. The Jews in the Home had onh favorable things toi
Tito 'Here it i- good for the Yidden He leto us live. Aft
misery, inhumanity and torture, to be able to -it in a quieti
speak in a normal tone, not whi>per. we have become satir*
u> live We can fly to Israel if we want ... So long as ^
feres with the business of the government, one i> not ill
anything." As one person was telling me thi. another (
attention to the picture on the wall It was a photo of the r
Old Aged Home, half supported by the State and, a' they
"wealthy American-Yugoslavian Jews from New York.''
They laughed heartily when I asked whether the
Kosher when I was invited to stay for supper. (Incident-1
estmg sidelight was the fact that they were having Mat
w hy the people were observing Pa- late. The "*
follows: "Our dear American friends sent to much Mauoil
over that we are still eating it."
They were alarmed that I had any concern for bat
1 -sured them that In America many Jew* held quite i
law. these old men shook their heads in amarement "A-
rich and it is also ploasf They asked me it circumc-to"*
in America.'which surprised me! a> I did not know
countries, circumcision, along with lit* rites. B
When a male is born, all that is recorded il hie name.
.parents" names and no other details are made known
The same is true of marriace There are no religious^
course a rabbi can. and I suppose does, give >ome sort
it i- not at all required or encouraged.
*
BUI Wt AU AUOWffi 70 Pt4f
WAS in the home for at least two hour* and after 1 had
..... \_u, a*ejr m
lome lor at least two nours an """ "
talk, praise TUo and generally talk ftvcrabh ahwt
laik. praise TUo and generally talk favoraorj --
slavia for everyfaodv. I said. -You have toi i mo that w
good' in this countrv. vet when I ssked whether tne
kosher, whether one studied Hebrew. h ftkei m J,n
circumcised or his daughter married according to "|<
. _.. ____. .. ___ .1.. lews
imumcisea or nis aaugnter marriea ccwi-"* -,
>ou laughed How can it be so good" for the Jew* |
I think I shall always remember what the ^^
a iiima. i snau aiwavs rrmcinan
He put his hand on my shoulder and replied -*.
' -ed to pray." And perhaps this was all that ""^
Iwuin Europe for three months I hj^
allowed to pray And perhaps thi* *H
I was in Europe for three aaonths 1
Notre Dame. Westminster Abbey. El Esconal. VaJC,
Piu, the Coliseum and the Jungfrau. but what re*";
the sight of these or'
concentration camps
they answered when I asked thesa why tsey ~-
hose bodies bore mementoes of Werid War D. *
*one with a special sort of happinew when I _a* .
and they replied slowly, almost in eatsoe. as "
kotten the aotaeri of the reply. ~.


ifefr^ggfBm
ly Group to Survey Student Services at UM Hillel House
eSS!Hi-! .'"* and eva.uation ,*.
Faqo 6A
director
B State I'nivtr.-ity. will be _
"I ,o the Greater Miami area
Li to ai fhe HiM.'l Foundation here,
li of the studygroupta
ThurmaM. who also heads
nunity-planning committee
.iaI, Miami Jewish Iede-
((1 to cnn-
H Kaplan i- < .
rea lea lers on Oct. 17,
H lei Advisory
university fac
the
II on Ort 18:
19; tiulent^ <>n Oct.
pisonnel of the study
Ion Oct
Indwithpe
r, Oct. 22.
ing and evaluation of the Hillel
program was the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, the major com-
munity planning agency in Dade
county.
At the recently constructed mod-
ern Foundation building on the
univer>ity campus ;it Miller dr. and
Fonde de Leon |,lvd.. a variety of
student activities are conducted to
hrip estabii-h a home-away from-
home" atmosphere for the college
man and woman. Facilities include
a comprehensive library, chapel
music room. TV lounge, meeting
rooms, auditorium and kitchen and
-snack bar. Cultural and social pro-
grams include inter-faith activities
religious study groups, a drama
guild and choral group. Popular
Hillel affairs include the traditional
Sunday breakfast-, dances, parties
and picnics.
Rabbi Kaplan has been director
bv local leaders to better as-; di t D Donald D Michel of Hlllel at ohio s,atc University
^ large number of Jewish,afC0 /,,r ,,onald D M,<**' sinc<1 ,o:5. and ,0()k p^.^^
% at the University of Midori. Hillel director. lC0UrsPs at (|)e Ln,versltv;^)f u
Nearly 2.500 are registered. Invited to help direct the think- consin and at the Geneva Switzer-
- land Institute of International Stud
its! He visited Israel and the Mid-
dle Fast in the summer of 1955.
and recently received the honorary
degree of Doctor of Laws at Ohio
State University,
Community leaders who will par-
ticipate in the Hillel study with
Tburman are Dr. Benjamin B. Ros-
enberg, executive director of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
Sidney Aronovitz. Walter Kovner.
!Jay Kislak. Harold Turk. Anna
Brenner Meyers and Jerome Adel-
Loct. 22 conference is sched-
[ at the I'niversity of Miami
t at 8 p.m.
.(.rjP, of idea-exchanges1
I fbrnit as the r( -ult of a de-
f

(i
man.
Southwest Center Dance
Men's club of the Southwest Jew-
ish (enter will sponsor a danee .it
the Center Saturday eevning. In
charge of arrangements are Joseph
Boise, president, and Norman ltuh-
man.
Ir. Oscar Ruskin, president of Miami Beach Optimist Club,
i seen presenting a secretary kit to Irving C. Spear and
Morion Maltz, newly appointed secretary and treasurer of
pe North Shore Optimist Club of Miami Beach, which was
haflered last week.
rth Shore Given
)timist Charter
iRn.iP of 42 resident! headed
IL L Platt petitioned for a
rter in Optimit International
|la>t week were officially recog-
fi a. the North Shore Club of
pi Btach.
toy mil engage in the program
Nthwork in the community as
t of their program. The new
Jan sponsored bj the Miami
r dub. which has been in
|WforthepMl 21 years. The I
T club meetv each Thursday eve-1
I*'<" dinner at the Allison hotel.!
peers are: president, L. L. I
P- vice presidents, Seymour
p* and Dr. Herbert L. Gold-!
P retar>, Irvine C. Spears;'
PWr, Morton Maltz; sergeant-
"* Aaron Bookspan; parlia-
pnai. Leonard Abel; chaplain,
P-raJ. Kaplan.
l.reur Norman K. Russ. Her-
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Rite7,n.Kl,-"'H'in. Leonard
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Special Atty. Gen.
Any. Gen. Richard \V. Ervin this ,
week announced the appointment
of Walter S. Mackauf as Special As-
sistant Attorney General.
Mackauf. a Miami Beach attorney. |
is well known in local civic and
fraternal organizations. He is a
member of the Florida and Miami
Reach Bar Assn.. American Legion.
Temple Beth Sholom. the Masons
and Shrine.
Mackauf is a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Miami law school and has
lived here since 1927.
Mackauf resides at 4533 Adams
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Adult Studies Group
Due at Beth David
Beth David Institute of Adult
Jewish Studies will begin its first
semester on Wednesday, Oct. 17,
and will run through Dec. 19.
Classes will ue held from 815
p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Registration for
this series will open at the first
session Wednesday in Beth David
auditorium.
Subjects offered are "Elementary
Hebrew for Beginners," "Interme-
diate Hebrew." "Understanding
Our Siddur." "Our Bible Concen-
trated Study on the Five Books of
"Yiddish for Beginners,"
"Dramatic Moments in Jewish His-
tory," "Chanting Skills for Home
and Synagogue" and "Major Trends
in Jewish Religious Thought."
Instructors are Rabbi Yaakov
Rosenberg. Cantor William Lipson,
Mo.-he Bloshtein. Louis Gadon. Dr.
Joseph Hurwitz, Saul Rabin and
Zvi Rosenkranz.
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AGUOATH ISRAEL. 7S01 Carlyl*
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Evar.
Iday S:U p.m, Saturday
> non i 01 FTrel Jewlah Reform-
i laoaha Kterllni hi'-t al Kiddueh
m
ANSHE EMES. 2343 Coral Way.

BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd av*.
Conservative. Rabbi Yaakov Rosen-
berg. Cantor William W. Lipson.
Ida) I : S p m. Sermon "Tta
1 *" Baturda) I > m B
i itm.'.ilph. aon "f Mi tnd Mm
i> Buirti; and Mli had, aon Mi
Mr- Max P
a
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th ava. Or-
4
CANDLELIGHTING TIM
Heshvan 7 5:50 p.m.
+JeistncrMar
M-li. Of K;lt>bi Waxmnll Slim.In I
: in Bar Mllavah Norman, m of
Mr. ami Mra Bl n '/-><

TIFERETH ISRAEL. *500 N.
Miami av*. Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham Herson. Cantor Albort
Giants.
Krliln> 10 |i in haatanaMlon of rru-m-
berahlp s-i.....n "Numerical streimth
and Spiritual Bt react h." Saturday 9
H in. s-imon "Thf
I ...iiicIiiik K.Uht'
Kalth uf Our
field. Cantor Abraham Seif.
I Ida) :' p hi Bui i 10 a m
Sei ii "ii w pkl) Poi ii"'

LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL.
TORAH TEMPLE. 1254 Wait
ave. American Judaism. Rabbi
Abraham Cassel.
a
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44
Zamora aw*. Conservative. Rabbi
B. Leon Hurwiti. Cantor Rudolph
Brill.
Miami Zionists Will
Miami Zionist District will hold '
its October meeting at the First
Unitarian Church on Tuesday eve-
ning. Oct. 15. Abe Kasow is presi-
dent.
Rabbi Leon Kronish, president
of the Greater Miami Rabbinical
['Assn. and spiritual leader of Tem-
ple Beth Sholom. will discuss the
current political situation in the
Hear Confab I
thcdox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir- MM S. Andrews av*.. Ft. Lauder
shy. Cantor Louis Gartenhaus. dal*. Rerorn. Rabbi Marius Ran-
iirti) >
nf Hi-
12201 NW 7th
and M -
! tie*-

EETH EMETH.
ave. Conservative.
da)
ill

BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie av*.
Orthodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rott-
rran.
-

9ETH JACOB. 301-311 Washino-
tcn av*. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor
Slern. Cantor Maurice Mamches.
Southwest Center
Honors a Founder
Morris Brooks, religion chairman
of Southwest Jewish Center, was
honored at an Oneg Shabbat by the
Center Men's club last Friday.
A founder and charter member
of the congregation. Brooks re-
Followmg a noon luncheon at the celved a old key '*'<>r outstanding
Seville hotel Tuesday. Rabbi Irv- contribution to the Center."
mon April. Cantor Berate Kelemer. mg t^hrman spiritual leader of I Brooks renders the musical p..r-
Timplr Kmanu-EI. will install of-jtions of the liturgy during week-
days and on Saturday and was Bal
Shachris on the occasion of the
High Holy Days.
He was bestowed with the title,
"Father of the Congregation," at
the Oneg Shabbat in his honor.
Training School
Installation Due
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL. 1101
SW 12th av*. Orthodox. Rabbi Si-
Middle East
Seymour B
Beach attorn
'>
i' i
u.
MONTICELLO PARK. 164th st.
and NE 11th av*. Conservative.
Rabbi Isaac Lerer.
. C

NORTH DADE CENTER. 13430
W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi
Henry Okolica. Cantor Maurice
Neu.
Brrmon: "C
Ian v
' Mi and .Mr- .-i.in. .
Mi
Mr. I..

BETH RAPHAEL. 135 NW 3rd
ve. Orthodox. Rabbi Arie Becker.



.
ficers and directors of Miami Beach
Training School for Retarded Chil-
dren.
Mr- Don Koretafcy will be presi-
dent.
Slated also is a fashmn show and
a musical program by Miss Bar-
ti.ir.i Webber.
Mrs Millie Janoff is chairman of
arrangements. Program chairman is
Mrs Rita Singer. Ticket co-chair-
men are Mrs. Bertha Webb and'
Mrs. Judy Hollidav.
Uebuaa\
*^, Southeast" rei^yij?*
will deliver a renl, 0f "
.nnu..conventioeP0,th0en2J
in Washington this JJ1*
chairman of the District.
Sociol Gofherin9.
I of All Kind,
paitie<
weor
luncheon.
* reception.
f fOt l*t*rctionj ,1 I ,.
aXon)
vOGUST BROS nyf
' ii thi nt.si'
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euc'id av*.
Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
sky.
NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620 WOMAN ON TRIAL GETS AID
75th st. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer '
Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. I
!' i.i.. ". i. |, v Naturda) v ". .i m
M ....
t >.! mon
Rabbi H*rb*rt M Baum
CORAL GABLES CENTER. 320 SOUTH DADE JEWISH CEN
Palermo ave. Liberal. Rabbi Morris TER. S. Miami Community Hall.
Shop. Cantor Irving Robinson.
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n
1 V
in
a) '.. Mrt .' m an.l
Ii. i.. .
Reform,
gard.
CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Paul
Beck.
9
.- i
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h

FLAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW
51st pi. Conservative. Rabbi Leo
Helm.
I
F

HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th
st. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander
Gross.

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HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS. 951
Flamingo way. Conservative. Rab-
bi Boris Rackovsky.

HOMESTEAD CENTER. 183 NE
8th St., Homestead. Conservative.
Morris Gerti officiates.
SOUTHWEST JEWISH CENTER.
6438 SW 8th st. Conservative. Rab-
bi Abraham Lev i tan.
Pi lav S.t .'. I mac Slial.-
i b) Ui md Mr- Louis
.in

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144
Chas* av*. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor Samuel Kelemer.
I IS | Bel n "Ii Antl-
"> fOI l.-M .-ll Sill -
One* Shabbat iw>ii...r-d l.\
.i, i
B'nal I i" 1", :, in t'.a-
Vitz\ .h Benia I
Mi Leo Hiii.. man, SSI I: .. \

TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 2701
Continued from Pag* 1 A
ed from the Israel court on Thurs-
day. She is accused of espionage in
Israel on behalf of Syria. Miss Ha-
gan identified herself as the wife
of Caleb Kayali. a Syrian diplomat
once stationed at the Syrian Lega-
tion in Washington.
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Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Is-
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Jenlsti fhrkfinn
)A Confab Scores U5. Near East Polcies, Elects Neumann
Continued '" PB A
U- warnings "* disregard-
C our Department of State, and
,hetf warnings should have
so fully and tragically vindi-
by the behavior of the Arab
Ik culminating in Egypt's seiz-
lof the Suez Canal." the resolu-
L continued. Taking note of "the
Ll collapse" of U.S. policy, the
U said: "We urge our govern-
Jpt to act speedily and decisively
strengthen the American posi-
, by full and forthright support
Israel's defense."
[he resolution welcomed "the
Jiocratic party's unequivocal call
|the supply of defensive arms to
: and the Republican party's
pledge to stand bv Israel
last armed aggression." It ex-
jsed commcndntmn of France
[Canada for selling jet planes to
k
H'e have noted with satisfaction
(statements of the President and
reiary of State upholding Is-
fs right-5 of passage through the
i Canal and call upon our gov-
[nent to insist that these rights
Assured in any settlement of the
[conflict with Egypt," the reso-
in stated.
f. Erranuel Neumann, member |
the Jewish Agency executive.
lelectfd pre.-ident "f the Zionist
Organization of America at the.terest in t.ki
closing session of the convention Ame ,t Vh l"!' peace' said
In an address deiivered prior to ll |.7""rJd Z^ to "chiew il'
election, Dr. Neumann reaffirmed Adml^l, .the d"" that "this
the non-partisan political cha aTter favTa one^f 7" VS1*" to
of the ZOA. "We do not seek the Jec,!ves fhf. lP Priri,y ob-
triumph or defeat of any party "he tS!?lS** a H and
declared.
At the same time, Dr. Neumann
criticized United States foreign pol-
icy in the Middle East, saying it has
not only been a failure, but that
there were disquieting signs that
the lesson has not yet been learned
and no genuine change of policy
has taken place.
Vice President Richard M. Nixon
addressing the ZOA convention
said with reference to Israel "I
know you will agree with me that
for this issue to become a partisan
one in the heat of a political cam-
lasting peace between Israel and its
neighbors."
Sen Bates Kefauver of Tennes-
see. Democratic nominee for the
Vice Presidency, told the ZOA con-
vention that the United States
should accept no Suez accord at the
United Nations which does not "in-
clude provision for safe passage
(through the Suez Canal) for the
commerce of Israel on an equal bas-
is with all other nations of the
world." He reiterated his position
favoring the provision of arms by
the United States to Israel He said
he was elad he belongs to a politi-
Pctge 7 A
chhaVrePeHa,|h", P.'806'" he Said He without obtaining an agreement
insi f ^ ,KUr PrCSent leaders|which would have halted the em-
insisted that the British leave Suez I bargo against Israel."
paign will serve neither the inter-[ca! party "which is in fulli agree
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BW^-t^e^pwmd America', by' "llw Smg ertoi, ought never to
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Pago 8 A
9-Jeni^ner/dbr
Ill^OcteUrU
Mount Sinai Hospitals Dream-From Blueprint To Reqlfty
'
Medical History Made in Lesd
Than a Dezade-b^ the future
Foretell; Greater Prowess Ahead
A hospital is many things to r.i a ili aqd pain-
i( den, il 1- .1 haven of healing; for the physician, it 1- an arsenal In
man's age-old battle gainst disease and suffering; (or tii communilj
a whole it is an Investment in the health oi its people
Well-planned and fullv equipped hospitals tod a) are m
-avJn-i ski I Is'-ami services thst a few year* a?" would hive been
"c< nsideWfl but a dream and a hope.
Sunday afternoon ..t 2:30, is
B I 1- broken on Collins 1--
I; .! tor the new Mount Sinai Ho-
1 1 Greater Mian I, such a
! and hope begins to reaeh
fulfillment
MAX OHOVITZ
it is out of the dreams and
hopes and vision ->i 1 fern public-
spirited men who were moved b)
a great community need, out of
their faith, strength and courage
to change a need into reality, that
the new Mount Sinai Hospital
- Into belt
Since it. beginning less than
'be pcaaent Mount
Sinai Hospital ha- l>een haven
oi healing for thousands up< n
thousands who entered in pain
and emerged whole in body and
mind In the high calibre nf its
medical service and professional
scientific endeavor, it has 1
lihed an unexcelled record
However, from the vary begin-
ning, the service to patients, the
m of teaching and research
which an Inti gral to the functions
oi Mount Sinai Hoslptal, were
son i> hampered by the Inade-
- and frustrations of an
outmoded SO year old building de-
signed as a hotel, not as a hospital.
Sorely lacking was a physical
plant comparable In excellence to
(continued on Page 9A)
A
The new Mt. Sinai Hospital on Collins Island
will have every modern medical facility.
Unique architecture gives patients magnifi-
TO BE THE MOST MODERN IN THE SOUTH
cent view of Biscayne Bay and Miami sky.
line.
Some Facts About the Building's Facilities
The new 300 bed Mount Sinai Hospital will be
ad on 10 acre Collin- [aland, immediately ad-
' to the grounds of the present hospital. "It
1- designed," points out Dan B. Ruskin, chairman of
the hospital's development fund, "to take the
greatest advantage of the natural beauties of the
SAYS EACIVTIES WILL MAKE INVALUABLE CONTRIBUTION' TO S. E10RIDA
Gov. Collins Greets Hospital on Groundbreaking Occasion
In a letter to Dan R Ruskin. Florida Gov. Le-
Roj Collins this week congratulated the chairman
ol the Mount Sinai Hospital development fund on
the progress ol the "magnificent undertaking to
construct a new, ultra-modern voluntary Mount
Sinai Hospital "
Gov. Collins predicts that "the new Mount Sinai
Hospital will make an invaluable contribution to
the health needs of South Florida, not only for our
own day but for generations to come."
SAMUft GUlTlitll
... we must build
Sinai Pink Ladies
To Assist Sunday
The "Pink Ladies*' ol Mount
' nai's Women's Auxiliary will
he much in evidence at the
iindhrcaking ceremonies Sun-
day afternoon. Mrs Meyer Egg-
natl, president of the Auxiliary.
ounced Wedncsdav that mem-
>f the Auxiliary will be host-
es and take charge of sarving
refreshments.
Mr- Inez Krensky Ins accepted
the chairmanship of a steering
a mmittee for the devclopmcit
fund to lead the efforts of the
Women's Auxiliary for the new
hospital Members of the Steer-
(continued on Page A)
TO SERVE All
Executive Director
Gertner Envisions
Tomorrow's Plans
What, exactly, are the goals of
the planners ot the new Mount
Sinai Hospital? Mow will the new
hospital meet the need- of the
1 mmunity? Why must the new
Mount Sinai Ik> built now"
Here is how Samuel Gertner.
executive director of Mount ttnal
ital, an Wrs these questions:
"We must build so that our fa-
cilitiea to serve (he community
may keep pa dous growth of our populat
We must build in order to pro-
vide practicing physicians with a
fully equipped arsenal of tie best
and most modern equipment in
the battle against sickness and
death
'We must build in order to have
better facilities t,, expand the
teaching programs in the hospital
that are well under way The mod
em hospital, by effective teaching,
attracts good students, turns out
better medical, nursing and tech-
nical practitioners, and sets ever
higher standards and ideals in the
care nf the sick.
"We must build in order to have
better research facilities Our lite
span is longer today because of
the discoveries resulting from a
planned program of research
manned by trained scientists."
The Governor's letter to Ruskin states in full:
"It is deeply gratifying to note the progress of your magnificent
undertaking to construct a new. ultra modern voluntary Mount Sinai
Hospital to meet the health needs of all our citizens.
"Your sound and courageous planning is most appropriately timed
to meet the challenge of our day The great State of Florida and the
science of medical healing are both on the threshold of new. glorious
era- of progr*
"In providing the most advanced facilities that are being developed
by medical science in man's battle against disease and sickness, the
new Mount Sinai Hospital will make an invaluable contribution to
the health needs of South Florida, not only for our own day but for
generations to come.
"I extend my heartiest congratulations to you and to all good
citizens who -hare with you the faith, the courage, the devotion, the
labor and the joy of this great undertaking and wish you every sue-
11 -."
OVER S2.230.000 ALREADY TALLIED HERE
site and to provide a peaceful, panoramic m*J
which is helpful to the recovery of p;
Because of the building's unique design, ill
patient rooms will have an imposing view of BisJ
cayne Bay or the Miami skyline.
The building will be eight stories in heipht.hj
cnrporaling the latc-t fxiliti
that medical science has
oped. The first two floorswillt
tain all service facilities. On I
ground floor will be six nujori
erating rooms and twocysto
rooms.
The emergency departis
also on the first floor, will f
three additional operating:
as well as a complete
room, four examination
and three observation rooms
Other facilities on the
floor will include a fully eqm|
radiology department contain!
four radiographic rooms, tw"
oroscopic rooms a therapy r
and a department for radwi
isotope diagnosis and UNtafl
The hue first floor artar"
also include the Out-Patirot 1
pertinent, containing eight
ining room- and completer
ties for the hospital's W
and equipped to service J"
tient visit- .1 year.
A complete diagnostic
ment. With the nio-t '
equipment available,
8 000 square feet on *
floor. The cardiopulmoaar?
partment. with a floor M
2.800 square feet on u -
(continued on Page 9A'
Community Leaders in Joint
Effort to Raise Sufficient Funds
For $4 Million Campaign Here
Of the more than $4 000.000
d to complete the eoaatruc-
Uon id the iew Mount Sinai Hos-
pital, over S2.23o.ooo h..- already
been pledged
Leading the fund raising effort
under Dan B Ruskin. chairman
of the Mount Sinai Hospital de
W 'opinent fund, are Max Drovttg,
president of the hoard of trustees
Dr. S. Charles Werblow, chairman
Of the doctors' division: Leonard
A. Wien. chairman, and [sadorje
Hecht, vice chairman, of thi
tial gifts division. .];\, sher.
chairman of the Founders ,,1
Mount Sinai Hospital, and Carl
Susskind and Leo A. Chaikin, co-
chairmen of the commercial divi-
sion.
Proper recognition of all major
contributors is to be made
through permanent memorial
plaques 111 the new hospital and
opportunities for endowment of
rooms and other facilities Con
tnhutors are classified as "Build-
ers. those who eive from $1,000
to $10,000; "Sponsors." who
pledge from $10,000 to $25,000,
"Patrons." who donate from $25.-
000 to $50,000; and "Founders."
who contribute OVOT $50,000.
Ku-km pointed out that pledges
are payable over a fiva-year peri-
od.
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GMICC leaders prepare for annual membership enrollment campaign. Miami Branch lead-
ers are shown ,n the ofh.ce of Judge M, ion Friedman (seated) who is serving as chairman of
he Miami drive. Standing (left to right) are Efraim Gale. GMICC executive director. Bernard
Weksler, chairman, county memberhin committee, Leon Kaplan and Israel Silver
(continued from Page 8A)
floor, will also be provided with
a large Increase in space for diag-
nostic work, treatment and for re-
carch.
The ground floor will also con-
tain the main kitchen covering
6.000 square feet, where all food
will be prepared and loaded on
preheated stainless steel carts for
deliver) to patient floors within
five minutes.
A 350--e.it auditorium with a
separate outside entrance and two
auxiliary meeting rooms to be
u-ed in the hospital's teaching
program will also be on the first
floor.
Closed circuit television facili-
fa will he provided to televise
operating room teehmques to the
auditorium.
A self-contained maternity de-
partment with rooms for 48 beds
and complete adjunct facilities
mlloccup) the third floor. A uni-
que feature of the maternity de-
partment will be three nur,ene>,
each of which will be glau en-
closed on all four sides.
The new Mount Sinai FJospttal
will have no large old fashioned
wards. The largest room will have
only four bv<\-.
Center of each floor above the
OOad will he the working area-.
which will include the HUMS'
.stations, dot-tors' chart room, stor-
age space and room for the medi-
cal facilities of each floor. A uni-
que feature will be a double set of
Corridors on each of the floors
above the second and a double set
of elevators, one for patients and
hospital personnel and the other
for visiiors.
Ultramodern facilities planned
for the new hospital include:
Air conditioning and sound-
proofing throughout;
Piped in* oxygen in all rooms;
R.idio and MttWofl outlets in
each room.
Direct wire telephonic record
ins? device* toted in all niir-if._;
stations, in tht operating and de-
livery suites and in the out-pa-
tient examining rooms, so that
the doctors can Hietate notes and
records to a central secretarial
pool;
A central sterilization area, in
order to assure closer control of
sterilization techniques, and at
the same time, give the floor
nurses more time to devote to
their patients;
Two-way call systems whereby
each patient will have a bedside
microphone to transmit request,
and take advice from central
nurses' stations.
Under consideration for the
hospital's paging system is the
use of tiny radio receivers which
physicians would carry in their
pockets to receive calls.
We arc building." mjt Max
Oroulz. president of the board of
trustee-, "towards the fulfillment
Of B dream, a medical center that
will be worthy of the community
and serve all, regardless of race
or faith or ability to pay."
Medical History Made in Less than a Decade -- Eyes Ahead!
'continued from Page 8A)
'he standard- f medical service
the hospital's slalf Is rctujerinK
Mai Orovitz, president of
,h* board of trustees, said
Wednesday that the science of
baling is on the threshold of an
W in which advances will be
OW and far reaching. Mount
Sinai Pink Ladies
To Assist Sunday
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fcr"'...... ""'- Mrs. Kron.
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Sinai Hospital needs a new. mod-
ern building, modern facilities
and laboratory equipment in or-
der to give the community the
benefit of all that the world of
science offers.
"We know," he emphasized,
"that we must have the courage to
build again. Not only for today
and ourselves, but for tomorrow
and our children."
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Six years of study were spent
in developing the plans and de-
signs for the new Mount Sinai
Hospital.
A committee of the board of
trustees of the hospital and of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
joint sponsors of the new hospital,
devoted thousands of hours in
study, meeting with hospital con-
sultants, architects, the medical,
staff; viewed other hospitals; and
read reports of proper, adequate,
modern buildings.
Dan B Rusktn, chairman of the
Mount Sinai Hospital development
hied, declared here that the\ e\
mined and digested every bit of
information with one all-embrac-
ing purpose in mind: maximum
services and comforts for the pi
tients: maximum economy and el
ficiency in hospital operation; and
maximum economy in construc-
tion.
"These are the goals we had In
mind. Our architects. Donald Q
Smith and Irvin Korach. had the
benefit of six years of study and
work in connection with the pie-
ent Mount Sinai Hospital. Out of
the many problems, in conjunc-
tion with hospital consultant Dr.
Herman Smith, they evolved n
building radical in concept but
eminently suited to our neAI. ful-
filling all the qualifications and
standards we had established."
B*',Ury Immortal!.'" "" '.Twentieth educational program director
r^anfmn. u_ schedule<* at of the Miami Beach Recreation De
part ment
Guest speaker will be Dr. Del-
K-ng. rSn,1fUditori" Monday
^ Si.'ccord,
week by Chaim, mar Solcm, of the Uiuverut)
Miami drama department, in a talk
on "The Life and Work of George
Bernard Shaw." Ring Theater play-
ers will offer "The Wit and Wisdom
of GBS."
Additional Facts About the New Mt. Sinai Hospital Facilities
Page 9 A
Emanu-EI Plans Semi-Annual Meet
Temple Emanu-EI semi-annual
meeting will be held at the Fon-
tainebleau hotel Nov. 4. Samuel
Friedland, president, announced
Wednesday.
"Important items of business
will be presented to the member-
ship, but in the tradition of Tem-
ple Emanu-EI's meetings, the eve-
ning will be primarily a social
one." Friedland said.
An arrangements committee
headed by Mrs. Sherman Kaplan,
Sisterhood president, fias been set
up, and the evening's schedule will
be as follows: from 8 p.m.. dancing
to Harry Rogers and his orchestra;
10 p.m., business meeting; 10:30,
I light supper.
"All members of the Temple and
I their families are invited to re-
6erve this date and participate in
the congregational get-together,"
the president concluded.
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Even His Severest Critics Hail Gurion on His 70th Birthday
niLARY Mf.VPlM.Y
JUDAISM: FOSSIL OR FERMENT? By Elici.r Barkovits. 165 pp. New
York: Philosophical Library. $4.50.
ARNOLD J. TOYNBEE't "A Study of History which has provoked
** criticism and derogation from fellow historians and writers, has.
at least, its silver lining. In the effort to put Toynbee in his place there
are being produced some excellent books on Judaism Maurice Sam-
uel's "The Profe.-sor and the Fossil," reviewed here two week-
' and now. Eliezer Berkovits' "Judaism: Fossil or Ferment''" Lest any-
one think that the title is a purely rhetorical question, let it be said at
the outset that Dr. Berkovits leaves no Toynbean stone unturned as
he answers the historian's charge* It K would not be carrying the
metaphor too far. I might add that turning the Toynbean stone re-
veals what one usually finds under stones fat white slugs and slum
crawling things.
Perhaps one of the most important aspects of Toynbean history
which Dr. Berkovits exposes is that, from the sixth volume on. it
( ogy. As Toynbee himself admits: the civilizations have for-
feited their historical significance except insofar as they minister to
the progress of Religion ." This fact, plus To\n bee's own despair of
man, inevitably colors everything he has to >ay Man can do nothing
well, ami all his hope is in salvation from God." sums up the historian's
own philosophy, and ot course diaclOBW his total commitment to the
Christian doctrine of Original Sin Thus Toynbee must, in order to
be consistent, explain away whatever does not agree with his theory
Ji and Judaism do not agree.
This puts the British writer in a peculiarly untenable position
Clearly. 'Jewish survival baffles Toynbee. It is contrary to his scheme
. 1 salvation, which has become identical with history. Jewry cannot
be alive, [therefore) its life must be a death life, a form of life in death,
an exist in- non-existence, a fossil Toxnbee's zeal to protect his theory
in the face of Jewry's most unaccommodating continued existence leads
him to some fantastic distortions of the truth, and finally the kind of
blindness which is best expressed in one of his wn quotations. "This
animal is very vicious; when one attacks it. it defends itself."
Judaism i-. nevertheless, very valuable to both Christianity and to
Arnold Tovnbee. lor it is useful in order to explain the shortcomings
of the daughter religion, "to exculpate the religion of love for its crimes
of fanaticism and intolerance by blaming them on the readmission of
kirharous Judaic concepts Thus. Mr. Toynbee provides the
scholarly hacking lor what the Nazis knew Instinctively, namelv that
'the Jews are our misfortune.' If only Christianity had been more care-
iul with whom it kept company in its early youth"' And therein lies
the great danger ol the Study." and the great dishonesty.
Rahh. Berkovits. besides doing a beautiful job of explaining Tovn-
bee > position in terms of bis own theories, and drying up the theories
like the watery things they are. also d!scusses at length some lively
One of the most Interesting ii a comparion of the "exclu-
of Christianity and Judaism. Which religion, the author
asks, is the more umversal Christianity, which holds that no one ,s
saved unless he believe ,n Chris, J,-,,-, r Judaism, which holds that
-.11 are saved, and Jews have, besides, a special obligation' It is a
fascinating d.scus-.on. and. along with many others, all done in the
most frank and engag.ng manner, make this book rare good reading
side-issue
siveness
NATHAN ZMPRI\
ON the second day of the Sue
eoth festival, David Ben-Guri-
on celebrated his seventieth birth-
day and received tributes from
Jews all over the world. These
were well-earned tributes to a
man who more than any other
person was responsible for the re-
establishment of Jewish indepen-
dence in the ancient homeland af-
ter a lapse of nearly 1.900 years.
These were tributes not only to a
statesman but to a colorful per-
sonality who always breathes a
holiday atmosphere and who in-
fects others with his festive mood,
the mood of the dreamer who
Lives his dream, the stubborn,
fanatical idealist who brushes
aside every-day realities in march-
ing toward his goal.
Ben Gurion. like the President
of the United States, like the
Prime Minister of Britain, is not
only head of his Government but
also leader of his political party
in his case the Labor Party
Mapai. As such, he has been ex-
posed to severe criticism by other
parties in Israel, just as the heads
of governments are exposed to
severe criticism by their opposi-
tion parties in other democracies.
But even his severest critics will
admit, if hard pressed, that the
'(wish State would have been
much poorer today in every way
if it hadn't had the leadership of
David Ben Gurion ever since its
establishment.
It is now half a century since
the septuagenarian Ben-Gurion
first came to Israel then called
Palestine to work on the soil
as a chalutz. a pioneer, in a kib-
butz, a collective colony. A few
years ago. when Ben-Gurion tem-
porarily gave up the Premiership
and gave a magnificent example
of idealism to Israeli youth by be-
coming a pioneer worker again in
a new colony in the Negev. Sde
Boker. a journalist asked him
whether it had ever occurred to
him fifty years ago that he might
live to see the establishment of
the Jewish State. Ben-Gurion look-
ed at him in astonishment. "How
else could it be? How otherwise
would all these young men have
left their homes, have abandoned
everything, if they hadn't lived
The Tragic Lesson cf Appeasement Still Unlearned by West
tATHEN
NEVILLE Chamberlain capitualted to
Hitler on Czechoslovakia with the pious ra-
tionalization that his act of appeasement was ln
reality an enticing invitation to the peace dove, he
was perhaps not aware, as the world is today, that
the surest way to whet a dictators appeti'te for
domination is to yield to his whims and tantrums.
Since then the free world has paid a tragic
price for learning the nature of dictatorship but
now. that it is faced with the emergence of a ruth-
less and unconscionable Fuehrer in the Middle Fast,
it stands baffled and confused as before a new and
terrifying experience. This, in a wider sense, is the
true meaning of the abortive groping which has
been going on in the chancellories of the free world
since Nasser's bravado, nourished on Western neu-
tralism a new euphemism for appeasement has
exploded into terming the 1888 Convention a scrap
of paper.
Weeks have now passed since the emergence of
SAIL 0 \KSO\
he Suez crisis, but the tangle seems to be growing
tighter instead of yielding to patient hands. There
was hope the first London conference of twenty-
two nations would come up with a mutually accept-
able formula. But that was not to be its fate Later
Australia's Prime Minister Menzies went on a misi
d,X,!V'r BU' NaSSCr Prddcd and *u,d<'d no
doubt by Moscow, remained adamant, posing as an
exponent of sovereignty and anti-colonialism an
approach calculated to secure the sympathy of the
underdeveloped countries of the world.
Meanwhile, as the opposing powers were joe-
of Orlft"rHp,r"ion' ,,nme Mlnl^ Anthony Eden
of Great Britain gamed the distinction, albeit by
force of necessity, of becoming the f.rst top rank-
ing Western diplomat to sound confirmation of
Israels repeated admonitions that if Nasser es-
capes the pitfall while immersmg ln the Suez his
next target would be the Jewish state
Small Countries Drive for Signifiance at UN-Atomic Meet
B United Nations
EFORE THE largest international assembly ever
convened, Israel was one of the leaders last
week in a quiet, diplomatic but nonetheless dynamic
drive toward democracy on a world scale.
The gathering, meeting in the Great Plenary
Chamber of the United Nations where the General
Assembly holds its sessions, had a formidable title.
It is the Conference on the Statute of the Interna-
tional Atomic Energy Agency. Eighty-seven coun-
tries had been invited to attend. It is not a UnifW
Nations conference; it is only an assembly* initiated
by the UN and one being held under the aegis of
the UN. One of the purposes of the conference is
to determine its relationship to the UN. Ultimate-
wed agencies, such as UNESCO, the World Health
g,Br,henKOd and Ar'-'-e Organiatm".
But the purpose of the International Atomic
Energy Agency, being formed by the present con-
ference. ,s broader than the purposes T
with the idea of a Jewish State?
Why did I leave Plonsk. my little
town in Poland and say farewell'
to Polish Jewry?" he replied.
Ben-Gurion had the vision as
well as the courage and determin-
ation to carry out bis dream. This
fanatical determination came to a
climax in 1948 when, while other
Zionist leaders were hesitant, Ben-
Gurion proclaimed the birth of
Medinath Yisrael. became the new
state's leader and carried on a
successful war against seven Arab
states.
Many of us here in the United
States knew Ben-Gurion in the
days of World War I when he
lived in this country after having
been deported from Palestine by
the Turks because of his Zionist
activities. We knew him here
when he, together with President
Ben-Zvi, another deportee from
Palestine, were organizing the
Jewish Legion which was to fight
in Palestine with the British, were
the groundwork for^S
of an American Jewish CJ*J
Many of us ran say "w kZ??1
Gurion when. Bu L, **
believe, very fcw *[ "J-l
knew Ben-Gurion. that --"
tjon of stern idealism^
that quiet dynamo who pnfi
even then, nearly four 2
ago, could see himself a JJ3
Of a Nehemiah. the trail-blazerrf
a re-established Jewish ,
wealth, because he could see 3
self working, fighting. inspi~
others, to make the vision an >Z
ality. w
On his seventieth birthdar
Jews in Israel, in the UniSl i
States and everywhere else look
for many more years of fruitfnj
activity by David Ben-Gunoo of
years under his leadership tbat
will bring the infant Jewish State
so dear to all of us outoltke
wilderness, that will
future for all time.
assure iu
RHTII SIIMOTY
Great Treasure for Strange Expedition
Washington
RESPITE the disturbing under-
"* currents of the nearby Suez
waters, a hope-filled husband-
and wife team will soon plunge
deep into Israeli waters in search
of ancient treasures.
Edwin and Marion Link, who re-
cently left here for Israel, are
two of America's most successful
and superbly equipped skindivers
who have already made several
notable underwater discoveries.
Their current exploration is spon-
sored by the American-Israel So-
ciety. ,
What do they expect to find?
That's not certain. But their hope
for an important discovery is en-
couraged by some 700 ancient
jars, bowls, vases and cooking
utensils that Israeli fishermen
have accidentally picked up irr
their nets during the last eight
years. These relics, some dating
back to 1500 B.C.E.. raise ques-
tions the Links are eager to an-
swer: How did they get there?
What else is to be found?
Israeli archaeologists have ad-
vanced the theory that the wares
brought up from the sea floor line
ancient Eastern Mediterranean
shipping routes plied by the Phoe-
necians. Greeks, and Romans and
even by King Solomon for the
building of his temple They point
out that the discovered relics
were all found at approximately
the same short distance from the
shore. This, they say. jibes with
the historical fact that the early
navigators hugged the shore at
day and docked at harbor? it
night. Being sensible seamen, wita i
only the unaided eye to win
them, they were well aware of Ike
dangers of the unpred clable j
during darkness.
Shipwrecks occurred 'hwang
of years ago just as the sinkinj j
of the "Andrea Doria" occurred
today. The Book of Jonah natal
us: "And the Ixird >.>nt out I j
great wind into the sea and there
was a mn'hty tempest h the sea, |
so that the ship was like to be |
broken."
Jars, it i- thought werejasl
part of the ships' equ.pment re-
quired perhaps for drinking bf
shipmates and passengers. I
these remains can be found, kvj
raeli scholars reason, does not]
the possibility xist of f.nding tat 1
boats from which the rel.c* came! j
And if jars and bowls and boat* 1
can be found what about sunken
harbors' Encouraged by the re-j
covery of the now famous Dead 1
Sea Scrolls. Israeli archaeoloe*|
say the possibilities are endlea.^
Whether these theories tamr"
to be accurate can be proved!
by experimentation, and '**
an initial experiment the Liaul
are fully equipped. They ill*j
gin their exploration by suttM
ing Israel's Mediterranean j
line from the air. From *
height, the Links can set****!
fie spots on which to concentrate.
Presumably they will center
the sea coasts rear Caesar** |
kelon. Appolonia and Acre'
there is already evidence" si |
nificant deposits beneath twI
IIKH HURT G. MMJFT
Producer Harold Hecht is Back at m
all the
Hollywood
DRODUCEH Harold Hecht, win-
' ner of the 1955 Academy
Award for the best picture of the
year, is again at work in Holly-
wood, at the Samuel Goldwyn
Studios, shooting "The Bachelor
Party" which involves huge
crowds of extras. After the un-
precedented success of "Marty,"
the producer jumped without
pause front that tale of the Bronx
to a Paris setting for 'Trapeie."
He now returns to a story of typi-
cal middle-class Americans in "The
Bachelor Party." which is based
other specialized agencies together The AtWv' *no,h*r television play by Pad-
work wi.l cut across the aims of all the ^.JEL MS!"
-ndeed of the UN itseif S' Vo
harness the atom to peaceful purposes or .the
formal phrasing states: "To seekVo accelerate anS
enlarge the contribution of atomic energy to the
peace, health and prosperity of the worldL" Israel
sVa,u,l -' 'Vu* formula,i" of the new sgencv
^ d,l.he Undeveloped entries, be given
ky, author of "Marty"
and Edward G. Robinson's cur-
rent Broadway vehicle.
Once again. Hecht has chosen
relatively unknown performers.
He signed Don Murray to hear a
cast of "new faces" after seeing
him on a TV show. But about the
same time. Murray was signed for
roe. Academy Award w;n*r Jjl
bert Mann of Marty h*"
"it man with this UlJ
spotting diamonds in the ^
U himself as exciting a tt-JJ
any ever shown in his o-^
The son of Joseph and R^
he grew up m New-York'0
into the theater at the age
For five years he studied it
American Laboratory-The"^
der Richard Bolestow* "J^.
ria Ouspenskaya. L* ^1
danced at the MetropoN^ ^
House. It was s "*M firstl
choreographer that ***&
cametollolbw^10*'"
Lny Marx Brothers pj*J
Before WorW^he^ tf
red into another career.
of a talent agent _Atte ,
from h*"rm>'-,SSa*l
ovmf.rm.hes.gneda^^il
making his profe.s.s.onl -
Broadway flop W^ -
Burt Lancaster
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A Joint Venture,
THEODOBE MELBON8o,
Aflorney for Apnlhanta
1 l.lnioln Road Bldc
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ntTOR l:
of the l.aat
Will and r, i nu nt >f
r* -v" KRI -KY
ni:i\iA.\ ,v k VPLAN
Mac ami rnrxo
ItolH
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
-MOTICB IS HEREBY (JIVES that
he umlemlKtied. .le.-.rliiK |o ennane In
bualn |aa under th- flctltloua nai.....(
HI N-OLO PBOniVTS CO. (not In. )
.t IM NorUieaat 14th Btreet, .Miami.
f. !',l .1 ?.', "',' '" ""l"-r ~i'l nan..
With the < leik of the Circuit Couil uf
Dade County, n..tMa.
;:i:t'iti:i: j, kotlkb
ki.nxkth cii\rr\i\v
KOVNBB a MANNHE1MERT
f.-r
PBODPCTB CO ..,
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, dealrln to encate in
* r the fl. mi.. i name ..f
I. ,\ a HEADW EAB al 2M.0 \ k (nd
Ave intend |. MM name vlth
'." tork of the i It Court of Dad
i County, Florida.
BEN I.is ih ;
./I..0/..12-1|,NV'"ANAU:"N'
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
A,,nee is hereby given that the
nartnershl|, heretofore nuhnlstlnK be.
sti.ei M,;,ii, baa iM-en dWaolvnl
mutual in.....nt from .,,! iftei
atn day of Baptembar, 195.
LOUIS HADABO
1:1 ,:,;s I'. I'l'RVIS
ALADEB K. PACEIEB, Atty
!-W* W Klaal.i St,eel ''
/M-2l-2K 10/S
br
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
>N0F0R0ADE COUNTY. FLOR-
|IN PROBATE. No. 3S9M
S8TATK UK
MORRIH
KM ml
I ("realtor* and \ll Peraoni Hav-
lBi or ih \L.,|n-i Bald
ml ->. h ..f you are hereby
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HERKBY OIVEN that
the undaravned, ii.-lilng to engage In
buelneaa nude, the fl. tltiou. ni
VABIBrTT CLEANUR8 at I20| 17th
sii.et, Miami Beach intend to rea-iater
uild name with the Clerk of th.' Cln ull
'".nut of lade County, l'loi i.la.
MA Hi; 110 Ml 1.1.Kit
./.0 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERKBY. OIVEN that
the underHlgned, desiring to engage in
btiHlnera under the fletltloiir. name of
...... ...... nereoygCN STATE TV SKKVI.K al 21".
n and r.,| ilrad to nreaent anv iH.w. l*t St.. Miami Intend* to reglater
and demands which you, ori""''' name with the clerk ..f the 'lr-
T(LRc0?.?-2r PUBLICATION
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF
CHANCERY CNoU'?,T4.Y09FI-OmDA '"
RI'TII fai.i.is KNOLL
I'l.ilntiff,
J n
Wll I.IAM KNOI.l,. ju
I >. fetTnanl
TO WILLIAM KNOLL. .IR.,
' -.' Blchardaon A\.......
Bronx, \" r.
Tou are hereby notified that a Com-
plaint fci inv....... hag been filed
ngalnjl >ou and you an hereby re-
Jiulred to s.rve copj ,,r your Anawor "'" clerk of the Cfrcult Court of Dade"
t" the omi.lalnt on I'lnlntlffs v.,.,. Countv. Florida
ney, ami rile u......Iglnal Anawer In
e ol the cieik f the rircult
' ""'' on or before the nth da*, "f
November, l*M: otherwise, the allefa-
' ''">-- of -ii id Complaint for Divorce
\vm I..- i.ik.'i..- confesaed Rgalnel you,
PATBD this Ml daj of October,
I .'.
R B. LBATHEBM W
rh of Circuit 'm t
by It. H RICE, JR.
Deputy clerk
III! Cnllrl Seal
TALIANOKP .. WALLER
Attorney. 4..- FJ.lntiff
12" Urn-..In Road
Miami IV i.i.. !".,.
In 12-19-21 11 t
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
hM.t^T''' e.'"''1" ,d,"Kl,," t enga,,,. In
. V.iV*i ,"",'':r """ 'letitloua name f
CLOHBTB ME COB, at Mil Harding
Avenue. Suif-ide, Made Countv, Flor-
as, intends to reflater said name with
CLOHBT ROCTIQCI:. INC
/H-21-2.y-IA^';AI-KAN' ''"-",,m
NOTICE UND = R FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN
he underalgi i deal In to i nance in
I..-iri. under the fi. | nua name of
BI'NSET Cr.BANRRS OF NORTH Ml-
A Ml BEACH Rl IS v I" lSrd Bl .
i ill Reai '<. Plot i la. in-, ndi
i me w Ith the Clerk
Cln nil Courl of Dad< C
I ..'Ida.
M \KY KUl IN
AltTllin 1 RNYDER
Mtorn.v f r Mary Klion
1" S-l|.1-2
NOTICE UNDER F CTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY (JIVBN that
the undersigned, dealring t.. engage In
bualneaa under the '< tltloua name of
s.wrs BHoK RF.BI"ILI>ERfl al -in Sth
Street. Miami Reach, intends to reg -
later aald name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Made Countv. Florida.
AIIKAIIAM S. HALBBBTJ 108 1
10/:,-l-l--
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
Notice lg hereby alven that the
partnerahlp heretofore aubalatlng i..
iween un the underaianed, FRANK
W. BAILED and LEONXrd IV. LASS
MAN. a k .1 I.KONARH W I \\l
heretofore carrying on bualneaa .....
M I.I IK SYSTEM ar J17 N \v | <
Btreet, Miami. Pig i, .
by mutual nnaent from and aft. r the
.'.th day of September, II ..
All deli's din. owing and payable
by the said late firm iii I
and paid for by the rermtlnlnc pa
i i:n\ \i:m \v. i.ass.ma.v, a k
LEONARD W. LANK, who "ill con.
tlnue to can | on the Bald bualneaa
under the former name ot Ml LITE
SYSTEM
I RANK W BAILEY
I.I.' IN \ ilh W I. \ss.MA.v
a I. a LEONARD W. I.AXE
BABNETT PELTZ
Attorn ; | |"-. m
' S W "h St.
in '.-!-'
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
tiie undersigned, dealring to engagi i i
hualneaa under the flctltloua name of
MIAMI MABBLE AXM TILE COM-
l ANY, t .vim g.w. Ith Terraai
anil, mi. iids to register said name .. id
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of M [a
County, Florida.
II. L. ZANK. Sole "
, ,:,"" "W< h\e aaainst th^
';'IH.\m-i:> MORRIS d.
i '"', ''"'<> Florida, t" the
W^,,.",1"" Jud' "r l""1-
"'"^ 1* ihi in -heir ,,f-
'3 lh- R-thouaa In
ONMv. Florida, within eight
date of the
3M1 <' er, i i ,,,s or
'"hi the l..-al addreaa
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fed.
Will
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SANITARIUM
FACILITIES
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PoTTeTk
CALL
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* Phone:
ACME
SUPPIY
CO.
PR 9-5274
Nt 3-6996
cult Court of Dade County. Florida.
HAROLD RRAVITS,
^!a U/f-U-H Sle U*ner
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS ~
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, dealring Ui engage in
bualneaa under the fi.tltlou. name of
OBKAT SOUTHERN MORTOAOE
OOMPANY at ItOI Alnalv llldg. In-
tend to raa-uiter aald nanM with the
Clerk of the circuit Court of Made
County. Florida.
DAVID It. HiiCHI'.ERH
.... ,,. RICHARD I. KRAMER
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring tn engage In
hualneaa under the fictitious name <>f
SHOWMAN'S REVIEW COMPANY
(Not lm\) at P. O. BoV !, Miami
Beach, Fla. Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Made Countv. Honda
MAX LEBOST
Mohmecai N BOSCH
Attorney for A|.|.Meant
1 Lincoln Road Bldg.
9,28 10/:.-l2-19
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
\X JH* CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY, No. 104233
OLORIJ si.emit. Plaintiff,
va.
M \itvi\ si.kmit Defendant.
TO: MARVIN SI.EMIT
17TH T.'nd Btreet
I!.....klMi. New York
TOU ABE HEREBY NoTIFIEM
that a Bin of Complaint for Dlvo
his been filed against ye)U. and v i
are re.|iilred to aei\. a rap) "( .....
anawer to the iilalntlff a attorney and i
tile the original In i he office of the
'Jerk of the Cl .....t Courl "f Made
County, Florida, on or i.et.ce the Nth
day of 11, tober, '.. "Hi.- v lae th. 'i-
legatlona of such lull ill he taken al
onfessed l.v you.
DATED tins 2ith day of September,
11 >>,.
E B. LEATIIERMAN
clerk of the Circuit court
,.,,,_ "V: J(,AN C'HRNoYEH
ALLOT, SILVER A. ML'LLOV
AUomeya f,.r Plaintiff
701 Congreax Ituildinc
Miami. Florida
I fi lo/t-tT-ii
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NiiTICE IK Hl:i(EHY OIVEN that
th,- undersigned, dealrlneTto engage In
s under the fictltloua name of
|"t..'i:in\ REALTY u t*'< W Flaaler
Bt. Intend! to register said name with
th.- Clerk, of the Circuit cent of Dade
County, rlorlda
M U'RIH Sl'BBMAN,
H Owner
KESSl.ER ,v (1 \i:s
Xtto.Ti. for \V III ant
17*2 W rlagler .-t.
Ill !
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is IIEHEI'.Y OIVEN '
the underalgned, dealring i" engage In
bualn. aa under the Ii, ,ne of
TOBA FASHIONS al ].'.; N. i: 163rd
Mreet, eforrfi Miami Beach, lla in-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Courl ol Dade
County, Pier Ida.
SYLVIA Ll'BMAN
REIIA CLMAN
CER8HON s MILLBB
Attornej for TOBA FASHIONS
ti'ii Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
10/S-lf-ll-M
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. M0.A
RE: ESTATK OF
Wll.K BBUEL, a/k/a
w I I.E C, HEGEL, a/k/a
WOLF KBOEU a/k/a
WOLF C. skcai.. a/k/a
W. '" SBOAL, a k/a
Wll.K c SIEOEL, a/k/a
Wtil.K siKOEl,. a/k/a
Wll.K BIOEL, Deeeaaed
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKB
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOT1CB is hereby given that I hue
riie.i my imai repori and pel.....
rlnal DlK.'hnrge as administrator of
the aatate of will' BEOEI.
le. eas.-d: and that on the 22nd dtl f
ii-t"h.r. ItSd, | will apply to th. ri
..i.i I.I. .. ounty Judjtes of Mad.- Cou f,
noiida. for approval of aald final re-
port and for final discharge a- -d.
minlatrator ..f the .state of wn,?
Shi;i:i.. etc deeeaaed
This IKth day ,.f September.
CARL W S1EOEL
Aa Administrator of the estate of
,..." '-'" SEOEI.. etc deeea
MYBBS. HEIMAN \ KAPLAN
rneyi f"r Administrator
:i ll-tl io
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Ni ITTCE IS HEBEBY HIVES t.
. ned, dealt Ing to enga
bualneaa under the fl. tltiooa oa
CABNIVAL CLL'B al i i 10 N w. n.th
si Intend! to ret
th.- i i. ik of the Circuit i lourt of D -
i ,o int) i ., da
R !: n Co., Inc.
I" i leoi I '. lid. n-
,,,., K"',v '' '"arada, t
HERBEBT II HI'TNEB
for Ap|
' tropolltan Bldg Miami
'' Jl-28 10 "-12
NOTICE
TO
or
DEFEND
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
J^PS'sP^- IN AND F0R D4*
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO. 13*540
OMUtiiE HOPKINS, Plaintiff
vs
VIOLET HOPKINS, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO VIOLET HOPKINS
R. -id. me i'nknowa
you VIOLET HOPKINS arf hereby
notirled that a Bill of Complaint for
has been filed again-1
(aiid yorraie r.-,|uire.l t., serve ., v
NOT.CE UNDER VlCTITiOUS^ j of CompiVln, '^'the'1 P^ntl,?J A*
NAME LAW ney, BEN" ESSEN. Rao 1D14 sj., h.dd
NOTICE Is HEBBBY OIVEN Ibat Bid*.. Miami. ITorlda and f le the
the undersigned, desiring to engage In loriglnal Answer ..i Pleading in the
Oder the fictitious name of |or(ic. ,,r t|. Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before 'he i I .!>. If >oti fall to do ao. Judgment l.y
" "' taken against you for
BISHOPS TBADINO POST at 741
N.W. ".th Ave., Miami Intend! to regis-
ter laid name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of l>!.le County, Florida.
MOBBfS R, HOBWITI
Sole Owner
BBIOEL & TEITELMAN
Attorney! foi aforrii B, llorwitx
IO/lt-19-M II I
NOTICE UNDF.R FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Vi ITICB Is HEBBBY OIVEN th tl
Oie on.lei signed
. un,i. r fl
M.AMMI.N JEWELRY A- PLATINU.
.....i Ine I at 1':: : N" W Ilth St \
Miami, ntepda aald name |
with tl Circuit < "in i of
1 lade County, Kl.u Ida
s IMPEL IIVM AN"
Sole i earner
LK 'N tRD KM ISJL lltv
Alton,,, for SAMUEL IIY.M \ N"
1001 .In I'.-iit Bldg.
in 5.12 '
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
bualneaa under the flctltloua name of
BISCATNE BEALTT BUSINESS
BROKERS: BIKCATNE REALTY:
BIBCAYNE niSlNESH BROKERS, at
111 B.W, l-'th Avenue, Intends to reg-
ister -aid name ith the clerk of the
Circuit Com t of Dade County, Fl.....la
RICHARD I.AW.sn.N" BALCH,
Role owner
KES8LBR A Q M:S
Attorneys for AiM.llcant
I7l W. Flagler St.
9'14-JI-2< 1" ".
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEBEBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, dealring to engage In
s under the fictitious name of
.1 VNET MEREMI I'll Bl MM H W Ird
Rl Mi.inn. Intend! to register said
name willi Die clerk of the Circuit
Court of Made Count,, Elm Ida
SYLVIA Al.TMA.N"
! it I" 5-11-11
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
solicits f ou/ legal notice*.
W* oppmclato) your
patronage and guarantee
accurate get-rice al legal
ratAB .
Phone FR 4 4366
lor meeeenger serrloB
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY OIVEN thnt
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
bualneaa under the fletltloua tiaa.....f
RET! MAN \ I \ i: i\l i:\rs al ll
Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach, n ,
i to register said name ith the
i.rk of the Clr. uu Court of Made
Count v, Florida
-I'M V K REBM \N"
JOHA.N" I.. BBBM IN
Bole o nei a
THBODOBB R SB1 .sn\
i|..inev for Anidnanta
1 I In,-,.In Rd llldg
I ft/' -12-1I-2I____________________________t
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
MAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY OIVEN thnt
the iindei signed, desiring t<> engage In
. order the f|. tltloua name of
ii m:i:i\i i\ CHAIR M Wli mtiii-
l\o CO t not Incorporated!
N w ;;nd Sti.t. Miami, Florida In-
tend* t" register said name with the
I lb. I i nit Coin t ..f Made
County. I lorlda.
v COLARCSBO
FRIEDMAN AND so tPIBO
Attorneys for V Colaruasu,
llldg.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEBEBY OIVEN that
the undei-igiied. dealring to engage In
bualneaa under the flctltloua name ,,f
Q d II A I In I'A UTS Bl I4IM N W
7th AV! Miami. Fla intend to reg-
later M si ierk of the
Circuit Court of Made County, Florida.
II WtllV II OOBDON
WILXJAM F. HUNT,
Ownera
ROBERT BLOOMBERO
Attorney for Harry H. Gordon
William F Hunt
n 21-2S !ii .'.-12
default will
the relief demanded in the Kill of Com-
plain L
1'M.NE AND OBDBBED at M L
Florida, this Eth day r September.
E II. LEATIIERMAN".
cierk. Clrcul Court.
Dade l "ouni,-. Florida.
(Circuit Court S. all
By L. A. CLEARS
BKN EBBBN I'e"utr C,erk"
A iiorne, f,,r Plaintiff.
He, bold Bldg.
l/ll-la in. :,-|.'
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES" COURT
N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR.
IDA. IN PROBATE. No. 38B47
In Be ESTATE OF
I Ilia U'l'llE CHAKOFP, also kie,\n
aa n l: I AS CHAKOFP, I'., .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T" AH and All P. rsnna n iv-
i Demands Agalnsi
Y"ii. ui'l each of you are hereby
tioti' d and i -eiiuii -.1 to pr. sen I
| claims and demands whiih you
i "f von. mi,, ha vi the
< THKODOBE ClIAKl iFI
known aa Tl iBIAS I'H tKORV rti
ed I.,-, o> Dade County, Florida, to
tl"' Honorable Count) Judge, of 11
'. aid file the Same Hi
offlcea in the County Courthouse m
Dade dainty, Florida, within eight
ralendar month- rrom the dt......I the
111 li hli,......n hereof. Said utlma
or demands t,, contain the leg.,;
ol the i lalmant ami to he swore
'" and i....... nt.d ai a for. aald same
will i.e barred, Bee Be. lion I ol
th. II i. Probate \. I
Mm.- September 12, A.D, ljjg.
JOSEl'll I'HAKDPK,
As VdmliiiMi it.....f the Estate of
Tlln in HIE CHAKOFF, a/k a
Tobias CHAKOFF, Deeeaaed
B] \\ m-.i;i:\ s wki'.m \.\
WEPMAN A WEPMAN
<07 Bls.-ayne Bldg., Miami 32, Fla.
VS1-28 10. .'-12
ATTENTION ATTORNEYS!
CORPORATION OWJTFiTS
Lowest Price* QuickeBt Delivery
in South Florida
Call the TEWISH FLORIDIAN at
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m Bittmore W ^^^^^-------------
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PRICES GOOD THRU SATURDAY
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then Recjuler Price
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4 59
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or
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* World
During the summer, it was a series of visits in
Chicago and New York for Zenia and Sidney Meyer,
interspersed with a stay at a Wisconsin ranch .
The visiting "over, Zenia and Sid were off on a
crranean cruise. Friends are now happily
welcoming them back to their NE 56th st. resi-
dence
Itfiihlhem on the cruise were their daughters and sons-in-laws,
and Roy Schechter and Paft and Charles Goldstein.
Sunday means a sweet sixteen birthday party for Miss Lillian
: daughter of Sophia and Joseph Doshay, 1971. SW
rt where the afternoon barbecue party will be held .
'some 25 girl" arc expected to attend, many of them from the
U Branch club ol which Lillian is vice president .
[incidentally sister Phyllis recently returned from a tour I On the Birth Front: Born to Annette and, Nat Pollack, 354 SW
Lrd.a son at Mt. Sinai Hospital Oct. 4 .
[Harvey Kay's bris is due Friday morning at the hospital. His
L ft comptroller and office manager at Federation .
[Nit i- also a Major in the U.S. Army Reserve Corps.
[Notes on the Itun: The Vernon Kings leys, 3391 SW 27th st.,
returned from a ten-day vacation at Veradaro Beach .
Is secretary to Jack D. Gordon, president of Washington
Vral..
[Due hack in town late Friday after attending the fall conven-
I of the Floruli Savings and Loan League at Tallahassee were
(wrCourshon and Milton Gaynor .Postcard delayed en route
,i the S.S. Santa Clara and bearing a Venezuela stamp: "Having
jonderful tim<" ... See you Oct. 3 (delayed, indeed!) Jane
J Charlie Leeds" Also delayed from Hot Springs. Ark., a
Icard from cheerful travelers Mercella and Lou Heiman .
J Eva and Lou Buch, 813 Venetian Way. are marking their 52nd
|lm universal*) They were married back in 1904 during the
Icago Worlds Fair .
I Eva and Loo c ime originally from St. Louis, are retired, and
children an I grandchildren living in the midWest.
In. Jtssie Shapiro played host to her brother at her SW 27th
l home while he was here recently to attend the 42nd annual
lional Consumer Finance Assn. convention meeting on Miami
Vn...
Brother Julius R. Wolf hails from Los Angeles, Calif., and is
udeot of the National Loan and Finance Co. there.
Iffie David Stuiins are enjoying a well-earned vacation away
puhejr Gables home ... ___..-.....,___ .
t Dm will interrupt the mountain stay to attend the National'
tings and Loan Ix-ague confab in Gotham Town opening Friday.
fs Citizens Federal president here. '
Busy traveler Herman Binder reports on his West Coast vaca-
that. amon* other things, he attended the opening of the
on of the San Francisco Symphony under Arthur Fiedler and
Mod a few "si le trips" to visit with his old side-kick conductor
' Solomon .
Incidentally, practicing what he preaches about his love of
aesthetic, Herman's president of Miami Beach Music and
I League, which met last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
"on Collins ave.
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Miami, Florida, Friday, October 12, 1956
Section B
Temple EmanuEl Sisterhood places finishing
touches on a Trixie Levin play slated for
Seville hotel Wednesday noon, Oct. 17. Occa-
sion is Sisterhood's annual membership lunch-
eon. Shown rehearsing "In the Crystal Ball"
are (left to right) Mrs. Maurice Edelman, Mrs.
Albert Shapiro, Mrs. John Schultz, Mrs. Theo-
dore Hankoff, Mrs. Leon Dondey and Mrs.
Eugene Troop. At piano is play's author and
director. Prospective members will be Sister-
hood's invited guests.
Women Leaders Scan Roster for Educational Conference
^
re*
Mrs. Charles Feinberg. general
chairman of Federation's third an-
nual educational conference, has
appointed a corps of prominent
clubwomen to direct the huge com-
munity program on Oct. 29 at the
Seville hotel.
Six attendance chairmen have
been named to stimulate reserva-
tions from organizations located in
Miami. Miami Beach and Coral
Gables. Co-chairmen for Miami are
Mrs. Harrv Gordon and Mrs. Ger-
ald P. Stolz.
Directing attendance at Miami
Beach will be Mrs. John N. S^rbin
and Mrs. Meyer Eggnatz. In Coral
Gables, attendance activities are
under direction of Mrs. Sam Weil
sel and Mrs. Benedict Silverman.
Mrs William Brenner, -rescrva-
tions chairman, has announced thai
a flow of requests started early this
week for reservation of organiza-
tion tables. Additional reservation
cards may be procured throuuh club
presidents, according to Mis. Bren-
ner.
Other appointments include: ar-
rangements. Mrs. Arthur Burrell
and Mrs. Philip B. Lefkowitz; hos-
tesses. Mrs. Samuel Lipton; work-
shop. Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakaris; dec-
orations and exhibits, Mrs. Joseph
Duntov and Mrs. Joseph Abelow.
Attendees at this year's confer-
ence will have the opportunity of
hearing talks by leading authorities
in the fields of foreign affairs, com-
munity relations and the Israel sit-
uation. Expected to be on hand to
lead discussions will be a top-flieht
newspaper reporter, an authority
on the explosive desegregation
question and an important Israel
official, who will make his first ap-
pearance in the Miami area at the
women's event.
In addition to the three idea-ex-
change sessions, there will be a
special showing of a film recently
produced in Israel.
Bepresentatives from some 60 or-
ganizations are expected to attend
the all-day program at the Seville.
An overflow crowd of more than
1.000 were on hand at last year's
sessions.
Houston Plays Host To Hadassah Meet
The state of Texas will be the
scene of Hadassah's 42nd annual
convention Oct. 14 to 17 at the
Shamrock hotel in Houston. More
than 2.500 Hadassah members are
expected to attend. This year's
slogan at National Hadassah is A
Time for Action."
Israel Ambassador Abba Eban
will discuss the current crisis in the
Middle East, and Prof. J. Coert
Rvlaursdam, of the University of
Chicago, well known writer and lec-
turer, will analyze the moral re-
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s to KQmen s Divi8in roater for potential organization
'De inviterl Irs F~J___.:._._ .. r, 7.__.:____I
Or/'oa*^ t0 Feaeration'B third annual educational
Charle, r are (left to "9^ Mra. Samuel Simonhoff.
* tad* ih 9 and Mra- fr^ng Lehrman. Mra. Fein
lie lowV y e*on. while Mra. Simonhoff will
/w Combi
aeaaion. while Mra.
oined Jewih Appeal campaign.
Women Di^ion preaidenL
Mrs.
Members of Miami Beach Ha-
dassah are looking forward to its
Education Day Institute to be held
Oct. 23 at the Algiers hotel. Miss
Lillian Goodman, vice president
of the chapter, will be chairman.
"The preservation of the demo-
cratic way of life and the safe-
guarding of our precious civil lib-
erties can be.-t be served by an
enlightened and informed people.
and what Hadassah seeks to do
through its American affairs pro-
gram is to develop citi/cn- worthy
of the privileges of democracy."
Miss Goodman said Wednesday.
Miss Goodman is a past presi-
dent of Hadassah. recording sec
retary of the Zionist Council of
South Florida, vice president of
Southeast Branch of National
Women's League and past matron
of the Order of the Eastern Star.
Some of the program highlights
include a panel forum on the lat-
est events pertaining to American
affairs. I'nited Nations and Zion-
ist affairs. Mrs. Sanford Jacohson
will be moderator of the panel.
duest speaker will be Babbi
Irving Lehrman, of Temple Emanu-
El. He will review the book,
"Ages and Ideas of the Jewish
Peoople." Mrs. Oscar Sindell, pres-
ident of. the group, will bring back
highlights of the Hadassah na-
tional convetion to be held in
Houston. Tex., this weekend. Mrs.
Harold Melnick, program coordin-
ator, has arranged a precsntation
on the centennial of Louis D.
Brandeis, noted American jurist.
sponsibity which America, as the
leading power in the West carries
toward the world.
Dr. Kalman J. Mann, director
general of Hadassah Medical Or-
ganization, is making a special trip
from Israel to attend the conven-
tion. Dr. Elmer Hess, former presi-
dent of the American Medical
A-sn.. who was recently in Israel
as Hadassah's guest, will also speak.
Since this year marks the 100th
anniversary of the birth of Louis
D. Brandeis. the theme of the clos-
ing banquet will deal with the late
Supreme Court Justice.
The convention will see a 1956 all-
Israeli fashion show, composed of
the latest creations designed by
young Israeli students at the Ha-

dassah-supported Alice Selligsberg
School in Jerusalem.
On the local scene, a group of
some 25 Hadassah women from the
Miami, Miami Beach and Hollywood
chapters will attend. Mrs. Samuel T.
Sapiro is arrangements chairman.
City of Hope Function
Miami chapter of the City of
Hope, whose president is Mrs. Rose
Ports*, will hold a luncheon ar\d
card party at the Workmen's Cir-
cle Hall, 1645 SW 3rd st., Wednes-
day noon. Mrs. Jennie Glickenhaus
is sponsor of the luncheon and card
party, and Mrs. Sarah Wiener has
been appointed chairman.


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AND DON'T FORGET THE K'JFFINS
Fish Rolls Will Bring Delighted 'AhY
From Your Family With This Recipe
By REGINA FRISCHWASSEli
Here is an unusual recipe for
]: paring l:-h rolls, I main plate
in which your family will delight.
Try :t with blueberry minion- tor
d< -scrt or even along with the
main course of the meal for an ex-
I: special treat.
FISH ROLLS
6 fillets of fi-h
4 cloves mashed garlic
teaspoon salt
cup vegetable fat
teaspoon poultry seasoning
6 itttta white bread
1 egg
cup dry bread crumbs
4 tablespoon- grated American
cheese
Wipe the tillct- with a damp
i
i
cloth. Rub with crushed garlic and
sprinkle with -all ..: i pagaaaf
i the fat I ImiuI and
add seasoning and 1 !..'>
i beese. Mil welL
Trim the crust- from the bread
and rub the bread with remaining
crushed garlic. Spread both sides
of the bread with the cri-co mix-
ture Plan' 1 -lice of bread on each
fillet, roll with the bread on the
in-uie of the fish. Dip each fillet
in well beaten egg and in bread
crumbs and in chee>e mixture.
Place in a well greased pan and
bake in a hot oven until golden
broun

BLUEBERRY MUFFINS
2 cups -ifted all purpo-e fiour
3 teaspoons baking powder
tca.-poon -alt
Hebrew Academy Women
Schedule Game Night
A game md card party
sored b) n.br. u Academy
ill take place Wi dneaday
ing at the Kit? I'laM hotel.
Morn- Cohen, chairman.
listed b) Mr- DanieJ Wad-
!ii, ..mi Ml- Hubert l.itowitl. co-
i:on Mr- Benjamin Appel il
lent
sugar
-hc.rtening
Al 3 table-poor.
Change; j 3...,.......
1 i up milk
1 cup blueberne- w.i-hed.
drained ahd sweetened
with
3 table-poon- -ugar
Sift together Hour with baking
changaa in the powder, -alt and -ugar Break egg
in raaciil yeara into -mall bowl and beat until
Homes Do
Tetley's Popularity
Still a Sure Thing
onferenc
winch
. in borne
One 1 v pert showed frothy Add milk, mailed shortening '" ,np auxiliary will be gue-t- at
Medical Auxiliary
In Member Push
Greater Miami Auxiliary of the
American Medical (enter at Den-
ver is launching its membership j
drive at a luncheon to be held in I
the home of Mrs. Hannah Gaiewitz. j
1525 Lenox ave on Monday noon. I
Mr- Morn- (ioluskin is member-
ship chairman, and her co-chair-
men for thi- event are Mrs. Hannah
Gaiewitz and Mrs. Rae Frank.
The American Medical Center at
I>envcr is a free non-sectarian hos-'
pital where patients suffering from
cancer, tuberculosis and other
chest diseases have been receiving
treatment at no charge to them or
their families since the hospital
founded as the Jewish (on-
- nnp'.iw Kelief Society in 1904.
Since the need for treatment of
patients is increasing, the Auxiliary
1- seeking new members to join
their rank-, and new members join*
Nursery clou of Temple Emanu-Q is treated to a ~u.
visit from Mrs. Margaret Sattler. shown here surxsr?
weildrn, of an over-saed toothbrush on an equaK^
sized pair of dentures, by Frankie Horowitz. EaqVrlv JJS*
their turn are Helen Kaplan and Brian Gille? MIS
teaches mouth hygiene to the class held for children b2
ages of three and five. Instructors are Mrs. Naomi BranT"
recently elected president of Sunday School Teacheis-JU?
Mrs. Sally Evans and Mrs. Inez Klaus. ***
th..t while few changes in the and mix well Make a -mall well in
can home took place before the enter of flour mixtur.
! War II. many chant. >ur in milk mixture all at once.
both internally Then ittr Hgntty until smooth
externally. and not lumpy. Add blueberries
"' and -t.r gentlj Pour the
Dance Classes Resume
Eugenie Schein. well-known mod-
ern dance instructor, will once
again instruct the 'modern dance
for adults which are being
sponsored by the Town Branch of
the Greater Miami Jewish (ommun
it> Center- Two classes are"being
organized. One will meet on Fri-
day morning- from 9 to 10:30 a.m.
and the other on Tuesday evening
from 8 to 9:30 p.m.
lernal change- Internally.
to be the
fa' family" mom or
"back parlor." The reason for this
" "the family of |
1- larger, and more room i- there-
essarj
thing, however that you can
tain ha- not changi i tm
p. pularlty of Tetley Tea Tetley is
. favorite in the United State-.
ularly am -h famines
The truth of the matter i< that Tet-
lej Tea 1- more popular than ever
re.
Today. Tetley Tea has the same
rich flavor the -ame full-bodied
Strength, the -ame refreshing pou
r ,,- ever. It is therefore not -tir
2 that Tetley Tea retain- in
popularity throughout the year- If
you want a quick pick-me-up. a
wonderful refreshment on these
chilly day-, nothing can be
than a glass or cup of fine Tetley
Tea It- delicious warmth rcache-
Ehout wmr body And when
- drop in. Tetle.v Tea make, a
fine treat
Tetlev Tea
batter
led muffin pan- 2 3 full.
prinkle sogar over the muf-'
in a hot oven 25 min-
ute- or until toothpick Inserted
come- out clean.
the luncheon. Mr- (ioluskin -aid.
Mr- Sarah Zeenkov. national ex-1
ecutive secretary- will be guc-t
speaker for the afternoon. Mrs.
Robert Keller, president of the
Auxiliary, will also be present to
greet members and guc-t-
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Named on Ballot
Nominee- for office in the Great-'
Miami Jewi-h Federation Wom-i
en- Division were announced this|
week in a special ballot issued to!
all members of Federation.
The new officers will be elected
and installed Oct. 29 at the third
annual educational conference in
die hotel. In addition to a
board of directors of 66 pcr-on- the
following have been -elected a-
Domineaa for the 1956-57 period
P -Hient. Mrs. Irving Lehrman:
vice pre-ident-. Mr- Jack A. Ab-
lin. Mr- Stanlev < Mver- i)n() \fr,
Samuel Simonhoff; corresponding
secretary Mr- Samuel N Pried
land: recording MCTeten Mr- liar-
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Mr- Ro-e Deller-on. program
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Stephen S Wise choral group sing-
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AJ-o on the program in a group
of song- is Mr- Deller-on. who will
be accompanied at the piano bv
Mrs. Aida Ya-lo
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L^.OcjoberJ^i
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More than 9(H) persons helped the
kreater Miami Committee for State
IcM-rael Bond launch its fall cam-
paign Sunday night ;it the Empress
uotel. and they heard a severe in-
Idiclmenl of the Administration's
Horeign policy by Dr. James G. Hel-
ller
Dr. Heller, national chairman of ] ist
Iwnmunity relations for the Israel
Bonds Organization, called Secre-
tary of State John Foster Dulles
"inept, and he also attacked the
[apparent decision of the United
[Nations Security Council to bar
llvael from representation at Suez
Canal talks
"Can the IN really equate the
|Arab states to Krael in denying
GMJCC Adds Two
To Town Staff
<;roup activities for youth and
adults will be staffed this year bv
two new professional worker- ;,'t
the Town Branch of th< Gn iter
Miami Jewish Community Center,
450 s\v Kith ive Mcording to
an announcement from executive
director Efralra Gal*.
Edward OlCoefe, Jr. is the new
health and physical education iu-
pervi-or. and be will he conduct-
ing athletic activities lor children,
teenagers and adults. Helcne l |rm i- the new youth activilii
or at (Jie Town Branch re-
cently arrived from Atlantic City,
N.J. She will be in chnrge of trie
children's and teenage club pro-
gram.
In addition to the many teenage
leagues and adult gym classes nor-
mally conducted at the center.
O'Keefe will be presenting a con-
centrated program of body condi-
tioning on all age levels, with spe-
cialties in gymnastics and judo. A
graduate of the State Teachers
College at West Chester, Pa. in
physical education, O'Keefe also
served as a recreation officer for
the Armed Forces for the past sev-
eral years.
Miss Ferrin has already launched
the opening of a children's pro-
gram which includes classes in
ballet, dramatics, art and other ac-
tivities. She will also be supervis-
ing a corps of leaders of the many
teen and tween age clubs sponsor-
ed by the Town Branch. She re-
ceived her Bachelors degree from
srael the i I to be heard? Israel I,ha,ca le,Re and has been aphy
is the principal damaged nation. I'""j" fdca">" instructor with the
. .- ,. Atlantic City school system for the
and no Arab sh.ps have ever.been flya *
denied passage through the canal.
Dr. Heller stated.
Other speeches were made by-
former Mayor Harold Shapiro.J
Judge Malvin Englander and Zion
O'KttfE
MISS fUKIN
Story of the success of Sunday night's meeting which
launched the fall campaign for State of Israel Bonds is
revealed in the smiles of left to right) Mrs. Anna Brenner
Meyers. Dr. James G. Heller, Yael Dayan and Mrs. Louis
Glasser. Mrs. Glasser presided at the Empress hotel gather-
ing, which attracted an overflow attendance of 900. Dr.
Heller, Mrs. Meyers and Miss Dayan were among principal
speakers.
| Rally Hears Foreign Policy Charged
With Ineptitude' by Top Official
president Burnett Roth.
| Beth Erne fit Sisterhood
Beth Emeth Sisterhood held its,
[annual "member bring-a-member" j
Iprogram Wednesday evening in the
new building at 12250 N\V 2nd ave. :
Mrs Howard Idchman was chair-'
Iman of the evening, and Mrs. Mor-
jton RPlss ms in charge of refresh-
Iments.
Temple Sinai Ladies
plate Fashion Show
Are you "in the know" about
r>">'ng styles for the tropics? The
Krre M'ni fashion picture will
I* nveiled at a fashion show to
P Wd by Temple Sinai Sisterhood
Foon^N-rr,o,ci on wednesday
Fashions are to be provided by
g2*oftheBiM-ayne Plaza. Ex-
gW of Little Kiver. and models'
RRS*crea,ed by vig-
I Mr- Herbert Myers and Mrs. El-
pMarksare m charge of reserva-
%ha Omega Girls
Wan Social Tuesday
h'Stow0"*" Denti'1 Auxiliary
the hiJ ""^torship luncheon
w'e home of Mrs. Sam Kohlen-
on Tu ;d3vmnam' dr Bav H*hU-
Sam u- n0"n- ,)c- 16
EwU^' "' ')rama and Allied
KLW1a read,n8 0( a
^m ? Wa""i 'Cotton."
I* affair ?, T and hos**** lor
W lhiT Mrs AWred Fein-
Mrs.
Louis Glasser presided, and Mrs.
Anna Brenner Meyers and Mrs.
Samuel Z. Sakrais represented the
women's division.
The new color motion picture.
"On the Frontiers of Israel," was
well-received in its Southern prem-
iere. Chairman Jacob Sher said the
18-minute film is now available
from the Israel Bonds office for
limited showings at organization
meetings for Israel Bonds
The 1956 quota of $1,000,000 in
Israel Bonds sales for Greater Mi-
ami was formally adopted at the
meeting, which heard that some
$525,000 already have been sold.
Some 300 volunteer workers pres-
ent, in addition to 600 organization-
al representatives and bondholders,
were urged to intensify their col-
lection campaign for $200,000 in
outstanding commitments.
A series of meetings througnout
the county will precede a gigantic,
community-wide rally at the Miami
Beach auditorium Dec. 20. Organi-
zational heads were urged to clear
their calendars for the forthcoming j ave.
rally. For
Council Thrift Shop
in 'Collection Day
Council Thrift Shop. 517 N. Mi-
ami ave.. sponsored by the National
Council of Jewish Women, will hold
a city-wide Council "Collection
Day" on Sunday, Oct. 21.
- Council Thrift Shop is a non-
profit organization, existing entire-
ly on contributions from the com-
munity, and its proceeds arc used
directly for community service
projects such as preschool blind
child project, senior citizens at the
Jewish Home for the Aged and new
Americans.
Clothing, wearing apparel, bric-a-
brac and household items are need-
ed by Thrift Shop. Arrangements
can be made for pick-up.
Doings Among BB
*S. Florida Chapters
Officers and board member- ol
Miami Beach chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women will hold an annual
"paid-up membership tea" Oct.
16 noon at the Seville hotel
Each new member will be pre-
sented with a gold Menorah pin
and membership card. The lady
bringing in the most new men-
jbers during the past year will be
presented with a Menorah by Mrs.
Helen Sanders, past president.
To those who brought in five
| new members, Menorah pencils
will be awarded. President Mrs.
Max Davis, who was recently
awarded the Mr. and Mrs. Sol
, Goldstrom membership trophy,
j will be honored.
Membership chairman is Mrs.
Esther Lerman. Hostesses for the
afternoon will be Mrs. Eli Liber-
man and Mrs. Hannah Gale.
* *
North Dade Chapter
North Dade chapter will hold a
monthly membership social Oct. 16
at the home of Mrs. Gwynneth Sny-
derman. 1300 NE 2001st ter. Mrs.
Harriet Kobrin will be co-hostess
for the evening.
*
Coral Gables Chapter
B'nai B'rith Women of Coral
Gables will hold a regular meeting
Oct. 16 at Hillel House. The lien's
lodge will join with the Chapter
at 10 p.m. to hear an addre-- by
William Pallot who will speak on
"Home Rule for Dade County." as
well as a talk by a representative
of the League of Women Voters.
Conference Offers
Leaders' Workshop
Conference of Jewish Women's
Organizations of Dade and Broward
Counties will begin its tenth j
ol service to the community by pre-
ting a Leadership Training
Workshop on Thursday. Oct. 25.
I from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Oo i
Lounge of the Roney Plaza hotel.
Mrs, Jean C. Lehman, chal
of the all-daj institute, has pli
lour separate workshops for the
morning session. "Adrrri
Techniques" will be led i>>
Stanley C. Myers, with Ml
Gertman as official record) r; Fund
Raising," Mrs. Sidney Schwart
Mrs. Meyer Eggnatz: "Member-
ship." Mrs. Alexander Robbins and
Mr-. William Barns; "Program."
Mrs. Maurice Serotta and Mrs. Al-
fred Reich.
The group will be addressed by
Mrs. Sidney Weintraub. whose topic
will be "Qualities for Leadership,"
to be f Mowed by a talk on "Fun-
damen'.Js of Parliamentary Proce-
dure.' by Mrs Isaac Levin.
Mrs. Harry G. Rogers is president
of Conference, which is a non-fund
raising body and consists of 85 af-
filiated organizations of Dade and
Broward counties. Presidents of af-
filiated groups and chairmen of
Conference committees make up
the board of directors which meets
two times during the club year Ed
plan over-all policies.
Mn, Aaron Farr is chairman's
aide and Mrs. Phillip Lefkowitz is
in charge of arrangements. Mrs.
Ben Zion Ginsburg is publicity
chairman.
Tickets for Studio M
Sisterhood ol Southwest Jewish
Center will sell tickets for the
comedy presented by Studio M.
"The Vinegar Tree." available for
the week of Oct. 30 through Nov.
4. In charge of tickets are Mrs. N.
Leventhal and Mrs. N. Richman.
Clothing Price
Of Admission
Any new article of men's or
boy's clothing will be the price of
admission to the North Shore chap-
ter of B'nai B'rith Women lunch-
eon and card party Monday noon
at the North Shore Jewish Center.
The luncheon will be sponsored
by president Mrs. Emanuel Pincus
and the chapter's six vice presi-
dents, Mrs. Sam Belsky, Mrs. Ben-
jamin Berkowitz, Mrs. Samuel
Pomerance. Mrs. Louis Rollnick,
Mrs Solomon Rosenberg and Mrs.
Milton Shaw.
All clothing will be earmarl d
for sale at the forthcoming holiday-
bazaar.
S. Dade Women
In Citizens Session
Women's Group of South Dade
Jewish Center will meet Tuesday
evening. Oct. 16, at the home of
Mrs, Arnold Simon. 11500 SW 70th
the program "A Well In-
formed Citizenry." Mrs Arthur
Reid and Mrs. Bernard Stevens,
representing the League of Women
Voters, will lead a pane"
Burnett Roth in Talk
Burnett Roth, former councilman I Voters, will lead a panel discus-
of Miami Beach and chairman of sion on the Home Rule Amendment
the Anti-Defamation League of and other constitutional amend-
B'nai B'rith, Fifth District, was Lents on which voters will be
speaker at a luncheon meeting of asked to decide at the pools in No-
Miami Beach lodge Tuesday noon vember.
at the Shelbourne hotel. His subject Mrs. Reid is also a board mem-
was "Religion in the Public School ber of the United Nations A -n
Past president Gershon S. Miller | and the National Council of Jewish
was luncheon chairman
Women.
J Ana.. sfu uy nirs.
+**%&*!* hortesm for
LWies A^Har"M Sw"*.
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Z^y-Octob!,
12.
0/fi the r^ealm of ^^ocietvj
Berman, Mandel
In Rites Here
On Oct. 7. at 6:30 p.m.. in the
Balmoral hotel. Miss Benita Iris
Mandel and Charles M. Berman
were united in marriage. Rahhi
Irving Ix>hrman officiated at the
candlelight ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Abraham Mandel. 320
86th st, Miami Beach. The bride-
groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Berman, 9465 Abbott ave.,
Sumide.
The groom's lister, MLsi Felice
Berman. was maid of honor, and
Miss Gina Mandel, lister of the
bride, was bridesmaid. Jack Fur-
man was beat man. and Jimmy
Spector was usher.
The bridal gown was styled in
imported Kalian -i'k and Fn
chantilly lace and fashioned with
I'rina neckline. The fitted prin-
cess line bodice was applhpied bj
a lace panel which was emtH
erccl in iac-
ted to the hemline The four-
tiered veil ol pun' tilk French il-
lusion fell from beaded ti
crown.
The bride carried a bouquel ol
two white orchids and lilies-of-the-
y on a Bible.
Both the bride and gTOOm grad-
uated from Miami Beach High
School and attended the University
of Florida, from which Mr. Ber-
man graduated, majoring in build-
ing construction. The bride i~ |
member of Alpha Lambda Delta
honorary sorority, the groom of Tau
Epsilon Phi fraternity.
A reception and dinner foUowe I
the ceremony. After a honey mo. n
trip to New York, the couple will
Jive in Ft. Belvoir, Va.
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?Engagements Told
And Rites Planned
Green-Brodsky
Mrs. Nettie (ireen. ol Philadel-
phia. P,i. announces the ens
1 i' ol her daughter, Lois, to Ju-
lian a. Brodsky
The groom-elect is the son of Mr.
and Mrs David Brodsky, 3827 Ponce
1 Leon bi\ I., i oral Gables Th
< ;ple plan a t> centner weddi
Hjrns-Tupler
ietl Gloria Harris and
Sti n ) i upler plan their rites
immi i
Their engagement i- being an
nounced by the bride-eled -
ents, Mrs. Hose Harris, 21 n sw
15th st., and Louis Ham-. 2345 SW
2nd ter.
Mr Tupler is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Benjamin Tupler. 5154 La
Gorce dr. Miami Beach.

Gfplain-Donnar
The engagement of their daugh-
ter. Nita Miriam, is being an-
nounced by Mr. and Mrs. Philip
Caplain. 929 Bayamo ave., Coral
Gables.
The groom-elect is William Irv-
ing Donner, of Hollywood. Fla The
couple have set the marriage date
at June. 1957.
Miss Caplain attended the Uni-
versity of Florida, where she was
sweetheart of Mr. Donner's frater-
nity. Zeta Tau. at the same school.
Mr. Donner is currently a student
enrolled at the University of Miami.
?
Fark*s-Youngentob
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Farkas. 6437
SW 11th st., announce the en-
gagement of their daughter. Elaine.
Her fiance is Kenneth Robert
Youngentob, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ira Youngentob. 1927 SW 22nd ave.
The date of the wedding will be
set when Mr. Youngentob returns
from Korea, where he is serving in
the Army.
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MKS. CHABUS BtKMAN
Sylvans to Live
In Tulsa, Okla.
At a 6:30 p.m. candlelight cere-
mony in the Seville hotel on Sept
30. Miss Harriet Pathman became
the bride of David Ralph Sylvan.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs Henry Pathman. 4545 Nau-
tilus ct., Miami Beach She was at-
tended by Mrs G Snyderman. ma-
tron of honor, and bridesmaids
Mrs Betty ,\nn Pathman. Mrs.
Frank Levin, Miss Alberta Gold-
stein and Miss Doris RahtnOwitX.
The bridegroom, who is the -on
ol Mr and Mn Morris Sylvan. Tul-
sa, Okla. had as his best nian his
brother, Kay Sylvan. The bride's
brothers. Keith, Jack and Lea Path-
man, were ushers.
The bride chOM I EOW11 of peau
I nge lace over white satin, styled
With molded bodice, traditional
point-on hand sleeves and shoulder-
baring neckline, touched with iri-
Dta. Her veil of French illu-
sion was held by a crown of nylon
fulle leaves and orange blossoms
She caned two white orchids and
lilies-of-the valley on a white Bible.
The bride is a graduate of Miami
Beach High School and attended the
University of Miami. Mr. Sylvan
majored in engineering at the Uni-
versity of Oklahoma and is isaocia
ted with the Sylvan Producing Co.
After a reception and wedding
dinner at the Seville, the couple left
for their honeymoon in Jamaica.
They will make their home in Tul-
sa.
Off to Orlando
Mrs. Bthel Grossman, supervisor
of the Greater Miami Jewish Coaa-
munity Center nursery schools will
join Dr. taura Cushman. head of
the Cushman School, and Dr. Alma
Williams, of the educational depart-
ment of the University of Miami, in
representing Dade county at a
meeting in Orlando. Fla., on Oct.
20 to discuss Florida State organ-
ization, which will be concerned
with educational problems for the
development of the child under
age six.
Orientation Session
To Tell Volunteers
About Aged Home
To acquaint new volunteers with
its service program offered to Jew-
i-h Home for the Aged residents,
the National Council of Jewish
Women will offer an orientation
session at the home. 151 NE 52nd
st on Monday, Oct. 15, from 9:30
I m to 3 p m with an interval for
hint b
Many volunteers are enrolled in
the program, but many more are
still needed, chairman Mrs. Norman
Tatar said Wednesday.
The training sessions will be led
by staff members of the Home and
bj the field supervisor o/ the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center.
"Volunteers are needed to serve
as leaders in the program of lei lire
time activities for senior citizens,
arts and crafts, sewing, music, card
playing, teaching ol English and
assisting residents in publishing
their newspaper." Mrs. Tatar ex-
plained.
Women are also needed to serve
as "friendly visitors" to visit in-
jdividually with residents unable to
participate in group activities.
Smiling for the photographer during a costume liningc
of the 22 pretty girls who will represent the 2C Pan Acenanl
nations plus the United States and Canada at a Gala Pal
American Pageant heralding the opening of the 163rd Sinai
Shopping Center. Miami, Nov. 1. Left to right iront are EDaa]
O'Donnell, Lynda Overgaard and Paula Weinstein. Standing]
is Rosemary Morris.
Luncheon Program Features Fashions
"Fashions and Smorgasbord" will
be the versatile program at the
luncheon given by the Women's
Croup of South Dade Jewish Cen-
ter on Wednesday noon, Oct. 17. at
the Coral Gables Women's club,
1001 E. Ponce de Leon blvd.
The smorgasbord will include
many old and favorite recipes of a
large variety of dishes and deserts
that will be prepared and served by
hostesses that afternoon.
A fashion show, featuring I
creations lor Miami wear, will I
shown by Mam I House of S. Mia;
Mrs. Milton Korotkin, of'
Gables, is chairman of the i
W.-rii. i -Kuhn
M*S. DAVID SYLVAN
Miss Freedman
Now Mrs. Frankel
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Freedman.
d New York City, announce the
marriage of their daughter, Phyllis
Barbara, to Jerome Stanley Frank
el. son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving N.
Frankel. of Surfside. Miami Beach.
I be couple were married on Sun-
day. Sept. 30. at Temple Emanu-EI,
Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating
in a double ring ceremony.
Mr. and Mrs. Freedman were
hosts at a reception held in honor
of the couple at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Frankel. The bride's par-
ents also entertained at a dinner at
the Saxony hotel.
The bride attended Syracuse Uni-
versity. Mr. Frankel is a graduate
of the University of North Carolina
at Chapel Hill, and is a member of
Tau Epsilon Phi social fraternity.
After a honeymoon at Nassau,
the couple will be at home at their
apartment at 1140 98th st., Bay
Harbor Island.
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Mr. and Mr-. Abraham MiBJ
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the engagement of their d
Sandra, to Maurcy M. Ball ".J
of Mr. and Mrs. MttW *
Chicago, III
The bride-tnbo attend*!
University ol Florida and JM
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Her fiance is a graduate
University of Florida *g
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12. 1956
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Kami's Temple Sinai Names Rabbi
jnno Wallach New Spiritual Leader
______^ J > I Inhriiiif I 'nifin Cullnnn t~*l*^l___ .'
D.
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Sherman, president,
v announced 'he jneage-
A Rabbi Bern.. M. Will**,
,f lH Island. N.Y a- spjr-
kader of Temple Sinai, N.
j at Western Reserve
Cleveland. 0, and the
Irew Free Loan
nches Member
npaign Sunday
hw Free Loan Assn. of
L Miami will kickoff its an-
Twmbership drive at a social
n scheduled for the Town
of GMJCC 450 SW 16th
lunday evening.
tram will include entertain-
by the Bunny Stuart dan e
' featuring Hilly Roberts,
I Turner. Lorraine and Joe
Ijohn Givens, Patty Pringle,
[Ann Rou-h and Norman
, ic will be provided hy a
[of the trust fund of the Re-
k Industries of America
h the cooperation of Local
American Federation of Mu-
lore Schwartz, serving his
nseeutive term as president
i Am nid Wednesday that
imperative for the community
fticipjte in thi- (unction. He-
IFree Loan has assisted needy
p here for many yean, lend-
I money without interest
lording to Schwartz, this hu-
lrian endeavor has thus far
J Uiamians in the amount of
lOU.OOO in ^inall loans.
5 a master of ceremonies
Sidney ii Palmer. Hea-
Gertrude Indgin, Mary
land Yolanda Bernstein
Hebrew Union College, Cincinnati,
O., where he was ordained. Rabbi
Wallach ha. held pulpits in Roa-
noke, Va., and Merrick, N.Y He is
active in many civic organizations,
having served on an inter-racial
commission, executive board of the
Tuberculosis Assn. and others.
He has served as president of the
Merrick Brotherhood Council,
which encompasses all the activi-
ties of the community, as Chaplain
of the fire department, and secre-
tary-treasurer of the Ministerial
Assn.
A member of the Central Confer-
ence of American Rabbis. Rabbi
Wallach serves on the adult educa-
tion committee of that body. He has
received awards for outstanding
service from both the United Jew-
ish Appeal and the New York Fed-
eration of Jewish Philanthropies.
He served on the faculty of Hol-
lins College, Roanoke. Va.. teach-
ing German Literature. His pag-
eant, "Brotherhood Through Free-
dom," has been published by the
National Federation of Temple Sis-
terhoods, and televised over the
facilities of the American Broad-
casting Co.
Rabbi Wallach is married to the
former Madeline Harris, of Cin-
cinnati. The couple have two chil-
dren, Naomi Ruth and Joshua Da-
vid.
Rabbi Wallach will begin his new
duties at Temple Sinai Jan. 1. 1987.
Page 5 B
GMJCC Organizes Classes for Adult
Activities at Three Branches Here
RABBI BINNO WALLACH
Classes are now being organized
for a variety of adult activities in
the three buildings of the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center,
according to an announcement from
assistant director Emanuel Tropp.
Veteran golf instructor George
Astor is returning for another year
at the Town and Beach Branches,
where evening classes for both be-
ginners and advanced student- will
be conducted. Astor has been asso-
ciated with the Fontainebleau hotel
as golf pro.
Latin American dance instruction
for couples will shortly be started
at all (enter buildings under the
tutelage of Mrs. Kleanor Parker,
who has taught at local hotel- Eu-
genie Schein, formerly with the
dance faculty of Hunter College.
NY., will teach a modern dance
cla-s fur women on Tuesday nights
and Friday mornings at the Town
Branch, with the possibility of an-
other class being organized on the
Beach.
Men's and women's gym activi-
ties are still accepting new enroll-
ments. Men's classes take place at
the Town Branch on Monday and
.Thursday evenings and at the
Beach Branch on Sunday mornings.
The popular women's gym elasses,
emphasizing weight control, are
held at the Town Branch on Tues-
day and Thursday mornings, and
on Wednesday evenings, with steam
room and shower facilities av ar-
able after the class. Instructor is
Ed O'Keefe. physical education
supervisor for GMJCC.
Also listed for registration at
this time are classes in art and ton-
tract bridge and a folk danee
group, which will be meeting at the
Beach Branch Wednesday nights.
A ceramics class will be conducted
at the Flagler-Granada Center be-
ginning Wednesday, Oct. 24. with
the cooperation of the Dade Coun-
ty Board of Public Instruction.
Sarokin to Head Beach Chest Drive
In an effort to gear Community
Chest machinery toward a two-
week all out drive in January, Red
Feather leaders this week began
appointment of key volunteer-.
Marcus O. Sarokin. vice president
of the South Shore Branch of the
Miami Beach Federal Savings and
Children's Program In Full Swing Now
Registration for children's activi-
ties are now taking place at the
three buildings of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Community Center.
These buildings are: Town Branch.
450 SW 16th ave.; Beach Branch.
1536 Bay rd.; and Flagler-Granada
Center, 50 NW 51st pi.
Ballet and art classes will again
be conducted at all three locations
reou Officers To be Installed
leers of the Bureau of Jewish
Ition will be installed during
Bnual meting of the Bureau
py evening at the Shelborne
*i Irving Lehrman. of Tem-
taanu-KI. will install the new
Ip. They sre Sol Goldman,
llent; Harold Thurman, Meyer
Win and Harrj A. Greenberf,
pWenta; Charles i: Gottlieb,
pry: Ehiel Lesowoder, treas-
[h Anniversary
DM Orchestra
30th anniversary year of the
EXU' M'ami ^Phony
pna will open on Oct. 28 and
P''"t pair of concerts, un-
P" direction of the guest con-
" Andre Kostelanetx, will be
wm importance." Mrs. Marie
eoncert manager, said Wed-
f win bring to Miami the
\ZZT-r ",'rf"rmance of
JJd Triptych, the new
^." African compos-
tedlh'ou,*"ing Ameri-
7*ical Bgures, William Schu-
fevph1 of ,he jui-
K i i,us,t',n New York
k,hell'ar,;'','reintimeto
^ and remain to hear the
urer: and Louis Heiman. Max Mei
sel, Benjamin Meyers and Matilda
H. Ratner, honorary presidents.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot, of Tem-
ple Israel, will present a Scroll of
Honor to the retiring president.
Tribute will be paid by Benjamin
Meyers to the memory of Israel
Shapoff. honorary vice president of
the Bureau, who passed away some
three weeks ago.
Following a music interlude by
Cantor Edward Klein, of North
Snore Jewi.sh Center, a panel dis-
cussion will be held on "How Can
We FMuc.'iti- Our Parents?' Three
points of view will be expressed:
by the educator, Louis Schwartz-
man, executive director of the Bu-
reau; by the parent, Harry A.
Greenberg, of Temple Beth Sholom;
and by the rabbi, Yaakov Rosen-
berg, of Beth David Congregation.
Baskin will act as moderator.
A short business session will in-
clude a report of the pending sur-
vey of Jewi.sh education in Greater
Miami, by Harold Thurman; a re-
port of forum sessions for the com-
ing year, by Baskin; and the report
of Bureau activities, by Schwartz-
man.
by the same instructors. Prudence
Vaughan, local artist, will conduct
the art classes and Seda Khnyan,
well known in local dance circles,
will be in charge of the ballet
classes. All children's classes are
conducted on week day afternoons.
Ballet classes are divided into two
age divisions, from sjx to seven
years of age, and eight to ten years
of age.
Dramatic groups will be led at
the Town and Beach Branches by
Phyllis Rothman. a student in the
drama, radio and TV department at
the University of Miami. Flagler-
Granada will also feature play
groups for the six-to-seven-year-
olds and tap dance classes, while a
Charm club is the newest feature
at the Town Branch.
A special five-afternoon-a-week
program for children of working
mothers is offered at the Beach
Branch for boys and girls in the
first two grades.
loan As-n has been named to head
up the 1957 drive on Miami Beach,
according to Leonard A. Wien. pres-
ident of the Miami Beach Commun-
ity Chest organization.
For the past three years. Saro-
kin has performed outstanding joba
as chairman of the Industry Divi-
sion in the Beach drive and chair-
man of classifications in the Beach's
Division a. Bach of his assignments
went substantially over the top in
last year's Chest campaign.
A former newspaperman. Saro-
kin also was a member of the House
of Assembly of the State of New
.Jersey and was formerly associat-
ed with the Food Fair Stores. Inc.,
as real estate officer and insurance
director.
He is an active member of the
Miami Beach Chamber of Com-
merce, the Kiwanis club and Ma-
sonic lodge.
MAKCUS SAKOKIN
Chapters Mark BB Anniversary
Proceeds for Children
Mrs. Rachel Sakowitz, president
of Dov chapter, Mizrachi Women,
this week announced a luncheon
and card party scheduled for Tues-
day noon, Oct. 16. at the home of
Mrs. William Clein, 1860 SW 4th
st. Proceeds are for the Children's
Village in Israel.
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Miamian Picked
By Med School
A Miami resident is among the
96 students enrolled in the fresh-
man class of the new Albert Fin-
item College of
Medicine of Ye-
hiva University.
He is Harold
Vathan Ginsberg.
)f 600 SW 10th
>t., a graduate of
Columbia Univer-
i -lity. who was so-
lected from
among 1,500 ap-
6INSBIKG plicants.
The Albert Einstein college of
medicine .which opened its doors to
its first class last year, is America's
first medical school under Jewish
auspices. It is completely BOB sec-
tarian in its selection of students
and faculty.
The college is the core of a $100.-
000.000 "medical city," which in-
cludes the $40,000,000 Bronx Mu-
nicipal Hospital Center constructed
by the City of New York, and the
$45,000,000 psychiatric hospital to
be constructed by the State of New
York.
Throughout the nation this week-
end. B'nai B'rith Men's lodges and
Women's chapters will celebrate
the 113th anniversary of B'nai
B'rith.
Here in the Greater Miami area,
chapters that comprise the South
Florida Council of B'nai B'rith
Women will observe the anniver-
sary with special religious services
scheduled to be held at the follow-
ing synagogues.
Coral Gables chapter. Coral Ga-
Vles Jewish Center. Oct. 12: Gil
Balkin chapter. Coral Way Jewish
Center, Oct. 12; Miami chapter,
Beth David, Oct. 12; Miami Beach
chapter, Beth Sholom. Oct. 12;
North Shore chapter, North Shore1
Jewish Center, Oct. 13; North I
Dade chapter. North Dade Jewish
Center. Oct 19.
West Miami chapter. Temple
Zlon, Oct. 12; Ft Lauderdale chap-
ter. Ft. Lauderdale Temple. Oct.
12; and Flamingo chapter, Hialcah,
Jewish (enter. Oct. 12.
Commissioner to Speak
Miami Beach B'nai B'rith lodge
will hold its weekly luncheon meet-
ing Tuesday noon at the Shelborne
hotel. Lodge president is George
Kronengold. Guest speaker will !>e
Charlo (Chuck) Hall, Dade Coun-
ty Commissioner, in a talk on
"Problems Facing the New County
Commission."
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JWB's Southern Field Secretary Views the Miami Community
An intense-looking young man.
who pops in and out of Miami
freqently. made some interesting
comments on this community dur-
ing his most recent visit here.
He is Frank Fierman. adminis-
trative field secretary of the Na-
tional Jewish Welfare Board
Southern Section, will) i El
Atlanta, Ga.
"Primarily. m\ duties in M
as thfty are in otl
South 'n ( ties is to
local Jewish Community Center
h il h its staff \- j ou
know, .'V. B I and
placement bureau, and 1 help, in
your case, the Gaeater Miami
Jewish Community find
the proper personnel when open-
ings are available."
Actually, the problem has its
more complex opposite which
is to assist people who join com-
munity centers m professional
capacity "to orient themselves
properly."
\\e want professionals to come
into a community with thru- eyes
open," fierman explained, "to
know the community and its cen-
ter movement so that they may
bring their maximum talent- to
bear on the needs of the center
in a minimum time. The toon
personal side is that we want our
professionals to -feel at home' as
quickly as possible You know
li' W it is when a man Comes 'stone
cold' from i far away community
and is expected to get goini: im-
mediate!]
K\ art from staff considerations,
which are limited to the internal
HANK HUMAN
. Miami is different
structure ofthe Jewish commun-
ity Center, Herman, who is a soil
of traveling 'trouble -hooter [or
the JWB Southern Section, act- in
the capacity of a soundingboard
tor the individual center's pending
program- Hire, for example, the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
(enter is in the BTOOai of consid-
ering the possibility of establish-
ing a regular summer camp for
Ibis area's youth.
"Why should your OMJCC con-
sider this project as part of its
extension activities?" Fierman
aafced 1- it a workable pro-
gram' what would be it- pur-
pose ii! light of the fact that many
children go oil to privately-
owned camp- in various part- ol
Beth Israel Opens Third Annual Drive
fn.rhInum.,,H ,M:,k'/v^v Pr*"M1 area, the congregation built a new
of the Beth Israel Congregation, a.r-cond.tioned Hebrew school
need!thu week thai the con- building for religious schools."
on ha- launched a commun- Schwartz explained
Ky-wide drive for it- third annual _____________
N. Shore Men's
Club Opens Season
Men- club of North Shore .T-a-
ish Center began it- series of activ-
ity fur the ensuing year with an
annual member-hip drive meeting
in the Center- social hall || -t
week Dr, Sumner Cohen i- presi-
dent
Highlighting the evening was an
exhibition boxing match. A judo
and ^wrestling demonstration by
anl Km. r\ /
banquet and Souvenir Journal.
"Our goal this year," stated Dr
Makovsky, "is to burn the morl
<* our syi and our en
,iri' ''- ip ha- mobilised for
an all out campaign."
Morris Weinstein, honorary prcs-
ngn gatwn, and in-
to, Miami Beach busi-
nessman, have been named aa co-
men of tl i ir Journal.
Beth Israel Congregation mn\ed
- present quartan .it Til -Kith
Since thai time,
,he lion has achieved a .
reputation of distinction among the judo Instructor oi the Mil
Jewr, of Greater Miami as a truly PMke Department was fe J'.red
rn and progressive Orthodox ai Sherman, Leonard Tbhui and
due to the sa, Rose ttrn. ,.n,r., "J
large demand for a modern ortho- program. Adolph Greenbaum is
do^Hebrew school in the list st. member-hip chairman
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FOR2esty Salads
men go for
the country and do have this kind
of facility available to them dur-
ing their summer vacation-.''
These are the questions your
Jewish Community Center here
and I discuss Oi course, there
are other considerations relating
t" other problem-. I merely u-e
this a- an illustration of th
of CO i JWB has with the
r movement."
On a broader note I'm i man ol>-
d thai althou |h the Greater
1 Ji wish Community Center
in operation hen tor
--ver.il years, "the consolidation
from the previous Jewish centers
A--n to the present setup is -till
enough to create a kind of Yom-
rnunit\ leg The result is that the
realization of GMJOC and GMJ
CC's total acceptance by the com-
tminit> are not yet one and the
gram."
According to Fierman. this has
meant I consistent revaluation
here of the relationship between
the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center and the community
at large.
"This, incidentally." he ex-
plained, is at the root of the
center movement problem gener-
ally the degree to which the
total community accepts a com-
munity sponsored, centrally-gov-
erned leisure-time activity pro-
pram "
Fierman sees Miami to be dif-
ferent from most major Southern
cities including Houston and
Dallas. "There is a greater cos-
mopolitan feeling here, akin to
the fueling one experiences in
Northern cities But, apparently,
there are reservations in this re-
gard, as well. "Most communities
are interested in Jewish education
and philanthropy first Leisure-
time programs are a kind of tan-
gential issue.
"Since," according to Fierman.
"synagogue congregations are
more or less independently auto-
nomoOB, they take up the slack
between the time needed to
achieve an integrated education-
ally philanthropically oriented
community and a well-organized
leisure-time program by estab-
lishing their own gymnasia, swim-
ming pools, cultural facilities and
the like."
The result has been a kind of
planless development an "edi-
fice complex" leading to va-t fi-
nancial outlays lor "sehules with
pools" that serve only small seg
meats of an individual community
and leave the unaffiliated out in
the cold.
Miami differs." Fierman ob-
served, "in its more readv accept-
ance of the Jewish Community
I enter as the coordinated com-
munity agency for leisure-time ac-
"vity Perhaps it ,\ it> Northern
cosmopoUtaniam that contributes
to the acceptance, but the reason
U less important than the result
- a saving of community re-
source, from wasteful duplica-
lion.
'" reality, this "positive" ob-
servation must be placed against
Hermans original feeling that
'MM ( ,s not yet free from syns
Rustic congregation activitv' in
mj central to the center move-
">en. i purpose "Nor can it be
T^\ Fierman **
from .he fact that cosmopolitan-
to here ,s loading to strong
enter movement whereas, fa the
more -ihules with pM)|s "
in.PnsaCCrdinR l Fierman' h'<
intense eyes twinkling, "this is
he pnfesaioni'. dilemma -hi,
;;";-'. f.,r rtoonpt, wUh aJ
^complexities. The center move-
Beth Jacob
30th AnnWc
innat]
meetinj
'Shalom' Judeans
Elect Officers Here
"Shalom" Young Judeans held
election of officers at their la-t
meeting. Named were:
President. Diane Herson; vice
president, Larry Gaffan; treasurer,
Susan Wa-sorman; recording secre-
tary. Yvonne Tobias; corresponding
secretary, Ronelle Astor; chaplain.
' Wayne A. Marcuse.
Committee chairmen are: refresh
ment. Sheila Rosenberg; sunshine,
Judy Harris; telephone. Alan Levin;
social, Susan Wild; publicity, Rona
Roth.
The Young Judaeans meet every
Tuesday. 7 p.m.. at Tifereth Israel.
Con^Wtio73
ammously voted to 3
30th anniversary o( J
of B*'h Jacob, pil
on Miami Beach, ii^
celebration win be,,
l: Miettl i of an -
Journal- in commeo
i
The congregation h
' tiunoratthei
"; B crank, one of |
of the congregation it,.
''I first honorary.
I rank has a long J
and religious lea^rshkT
an.l Mrs. Frank are h
dent- of Miami Beach.
David Whitman, pn
congregation, this IL
action of the enngreaosjl
pressed his erf ideate tJ
cess of the banquet nil
bration."
The Franks haw a L
Charlotte Ann. and tn.[
nard Frank, Councilma,
Beach
Date for the banquet |
March 10, 1957.
Sunday School Commences
Murray Berkowitz. chairman of
Beth Israel Congregation board of
education, announced Wednesday
that the congregation has started
it- Sunday school classes. Regis-
tration is still open for children
between the ages of four and eight.
Sunday School classes meet reg-
ularly in the Hebrew school build-
ing from 10 a.m. to 12 noon. Miss
Rita Klonsky. graduate of the High
'School of Hebrew Studies, is in-
structor. Mrs. H. Louis Rot tni an is
supervisor.
Segregation!
At Beth
"What is the Status of |
Ition Nationally and
the topic of a forum whi
terhoori ind Men- clobi
Beth Sholom will spots*4
joint open meeting la!
evening at the Temple, i
'to a joint announcement
Sol S Pine and Albert I
presidents of the two'
ate-.
Speakers will be Jobb]
I Jr.. State Legislator Ij
county, anil Mi- Irene 1
on loan from the
Friend- Sen ice Comnifl
Dade County Council <]
nity Relations.
Co-chairmen are Mrs S
be! and Councilman Me
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Reinhard Bar
Mitzvah Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Harhld Reinhard,
1631 Coral Gate dr., announce the
Bar Mitzvah of their ma, Stanford
Neal. Saturday morning, Oct. 13,
at the Hehrcw Academy.
Sanford has been a student at the
Academy since its foundation nine
years ago. He has an honor rating,
both in Hebrew and English.
He was secretary of the student
council, has served on the Academy
Color Guard and is a member of
Boy Scout Troop 13 at Zamora Jew-
ish Center in Coral Gables. San-
ford is troop scribe.
He will officiate at the entire
service, in addition to reading the
Haftorah.
Guests will include his grandpar-
'ents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Reinhard
and Mr. and Mrs. I. Zwechkenbaum,
! Miami. Out-of-towners will b>
I elude Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Rein-
, hard and children and Mr. and Mrs.
i I. Leon Rostoff, New York and Bos-
ITZVOfl | ton, respectively.
*ah of Randolph, son oLf Kiddush will follow the cere-
r Murra> Ku>h and mony. A luncheon in the Bar Mitz-
InofMr and Mrs. Max^ah's honor will be held at the
be hold at Both David Royal Hungarian restaurant for
|jin Saiurdav morning. some 150 persons.
who resides with his i u In addition, the Reinhards will
[TO SW 24th ter is an "* hosts at the Nov- 2 n<*8 Shabbat,
de" Hu Huh :ri I has at- i
|th Dai id religious school
pJ eight )
ho resides with his i
j 610 SW 34ih ave is in
|>ear at Shmandoah Jun- '
haling come to Miami i
i-ied. Conn. Out-of-town
I are Mrs. Sam Ko*
rand Mm Murray Kar
iOto HIHHAKD
fill Become
Neil Stephen, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Schneider, will be
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday
morning, Oct. 13 at Beth Jacob
Congregation. Neil attends
Ida Fisher Junior High School
and is in the eighth grade.
m
Orah Chapter Opens Drive;
Plans for Rummage Sale Set
A general meeting of Orah chap-1
ter of Mizrachi Women was held
at the home of Mrs. Irene Miller.
president, 1643 SW 7th si., last
week.
The newly organized group,
which helps support the Children's
Village in Israel, is launching its
membership campaign which will
continue through November.
Plans for a- rummage sale to be
held at Shell's market on Oct. 18
were discussed by Mrs. Bessie Bob-
son, chairman of the event.
S. Shore Launches
'Recovery Program'
Prominent Miami Beach civic and
business leaders this week set into
motion the long awaited movement
for the South Shore multi-million |
dollar "recovery program" by ap-
pointing Ray Redman. Miami Beach .
publicist, as executive director of,
the Washington Avenue Property I
Owners' Assn. Jack Silvcrman is
president of the organization.
Marcus O. Sarokin, vice president
of the Miami Beach Federal Sav-,
ings & Loan Assn., has made avail-
able temporary headquarters in its'
South Shore Branch at 665 Wash-'
ington ave.. until permanent offices I
are established in a central loca-!
tion on Washington ave. next
month.
Miami Beach's South Shore area, I
covering south of Lincoln rd. to!
Government Cut, is the oldest part
of the Beach, and plans for its mod-
Norman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Zarr, 1440 Certosa ave..
Coral Gables, will become
Bar Mitzvah Saturday morn-
ing, Oct. 13, at Temple Jion.
Norman is an eighth grade
student at Ponce de Leon
Junior High and has attended
religious school for the past
three years. Dinner at Garden
restaurant will be held in his
honor Sunday evening.
ernization and promotional pro-
gram, again to establish it as the
tourist mecca it once was. will be
unfolded at the board of directors'
meeting of the Washington Avenue
Property Owners' Assn. to be held
this week.
Daniel, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Hutner, will become
Bar Mitzvah during Saturday
morning services of Temple
Emanu-El. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man will officiate. Daniel is
an eighth grade student at
Miami Beach High and at-
tends Temple Emanu-El relig-
ious school.
Gobies ladies Open Season
Coral Gables Jewish Center Sis-
terhood held it-; first luncheon of
the year Wednesday noon at the
j home of Mrs. William Bloom. 5720
M.mgiore. Coral Gables. Mrs. Max
D Menaar, 7530 SW 57th ct.. was
chairman.
Classes in Session
Hebrew and Sunday school
claws are in session at Coral Way
Jewish Center. Rabbi Max Shapiro,
spiritual leader, announced Wed-
nesday. Center office is at the Civic
bldg.. 46 NW 1st st.. Miami.
PM COUMAN
Bar Mitzvah
Emeth
| morning, Oct 13, Mor-
t- n of Mr. and Mrs.
r" <* K Miami, will
FM'tivah at Beth Emeth
BJ,
j*" be the fir., Bar Mitz-
pngregation. whoso, new
12250 NW 2nd ave.
t?s VU '" hort "
rbat follow,,,, Friday
p?"*s ill honor of their
I h Bar Mitxvah
l*l'LSchaps- s,,n f Mr
InSr Bar WwakS
Ki bbl Ma-ver Abram-
J t er lhYe,i<^
Gables BB Lodge
Slates Initiation
Each year B'nai B'rith lodges
throughout the country conduct a
meeting in which they initiate all
new members. This year, Coral
Gables lodge 1682 will have their
meeting at Hillel House an the
campus of the University of Mi-
ami, starting at 8:30 p.m. on Oct.
23.
As in years gone by. the Coral,
Gables lodge will perform the cere
mony with its own special "Degree
Team" headed by Sidney Efronson I
There will be two additional at-
tractions in this meeting, which is
j being headed by chairman Ralph
Bartell. President-elect of District
5, E. Albert Pallot. will be hon-
ored guest and all past president>
of the lodge will be awarded past [
president keys.
for all your nttds
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R. C BURNS, Reg. Broker
116 Willard St Pk Cocoa 474
\ 0. Box 762, Dept. B, Cocoa, Flo
SALE OR TRADE
SEVERAL thousand acres nea
new S42.0O0.000 Palm Bead
County Pratt 4 Whitney je
engine plant site. Excellent fo
INDUSTRIAL or DEVELOP
WENT purposes. Tremendou
potential for speculation. Goo<
income properties AN\
WHERE considered in TRAD1
price: $225 per acre consult
LES KARNl'M
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per acre for Rock Pit purpotet
in this township.
Exclusive with Geo. A. Simon
HENRY E. W01FF CO., REAITOAS
120 Shorelond Arcade
FR 9-343S
PASCO COUNTY
4,000 ACRES
8 miles highway frontage
$125 per aero
Termt 20 p.c. down balance 10
years with releate clauses.
LAKE COUNTY
371 ACRES
M mile highway frontage
$100 par aero
341 ACRES
No road frontage
$40 per acre
1.650 ACRES
Tampa Area
$100 par acre
Terms $30,000 Cash.
Balance 10 years.
KEY WEST AREA
1850 feet ocean frontage approx-
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500 ACRE farm completely
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640 ACRES cut ovor woodland,
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Telephone MA 2-4215
OCALA-SILVER SPRINGS, FLA.
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County 85 Acres
Industrial Site
Approximately 20 miles southeast
of Pratt-Whitney site. Presently has
3000 feet railroad trackage. Pro-
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feet. Has good frontage on main
traveled highway.
Price $125,000.00
ARTHUR J. ALLEN, Realtor
3338 Broadway
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Phone Victor 4-9771
Fort Myers
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active center frontage on important
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Membership" was the order of
I the day when Lorber chapter of
the Jewish National Home for
Asthmatic Children held its mem-
bership luncheon at the Ocean
I Ranch hotel this week.
Program was planned by Mrs.
William Baros, membership vice
president. A skit "4-4 the Money,"
was under the direction of Mrs.
Harry C'ygielman. Dr. Morton Ham-
mond spoke on "Ravages of Ash-
ma."
French Ballet Club Theme
Singles Limited, Miami's group
or men and women between to
and 45, will hold a "Night at th
French Ballet" musicale Sunday,
Oct. 14. at the Hotel Alcazar. Jack
Williams is president.

V-i
THE
JEWISH
BEDDING
Second lecture Sunday
"Democritus the Laughing Phil-
osopher" will be the topic of Dr.
' Abraham Wolfson's second lecture
in .i scries on philosophers Sunday
| evening at the Spinoza Outdoor
Forum, 11th st. and Ocean ct. Gen-
eral open forum discussion will fol-
! low the lecture.
'The Togetherness House." located at 6600
SW 122nd St., is centered on a 30 ft. x 70 ft.
screened terrace and pool which serves as
the focal point for all home activity. This
house, jointly sponsored and furnished by
McCall's and Jordan-Marsh of Miami, will
be opened to the public on Sunday, Oct. 14.
Togetherness House/ Featuring Florida Living, Opens Here
\ sequence "l events which be-
gan in the office 'it ;i national mag-
azine two yean ago will be cli-
maxed Sunday, Oct 14. when "To-
rnesi House." at 6600 SW
122nd >t i- officially opened to
the public.
"Togetherness was conceived by
M( I all's magazine as a new way of
life tor America Early this year.
Jordan Marsh of Miami adopted the
theme and was sought to advance
"Togetherness with a Florida
Hair '
It was only natural that when
Met all's decided to design a home
in Florida which embodied all the
(eaturd typical of "Togetherness"
in home living, that it be a joint
project by the magazine and the
lot .il department rtOTI
An editorial board, headed by
Mar) Davis Gillies, McCall's home
an>l furnishings editor, visited Mi
aim. chose Martin Bros, of South
Miami as the builders, and "To
getbernesa House" rai twderwav. .
There are several reasons why-
Florida was chosen as the site of
the BOUM Honda is a new frontier
for all-year-round living There is
news and excitement in the outdoor
way of life in Florida.
i
Tne entire nation will get an in-
' side view of "Togetherness House"
the beginning of next year, when
McCall's will feature the home in
it~ February issue. South Flondians
will have a premier showing dur-
ing the next two weeks.
The house has been planned
around a family of four the par-
ents in their late 30's and two boys.
14 and 11. The central feature of
the house is the 30 ft. x 70 ft.
screened in terrace and pool at the
back of the house The life of all
members of the family will be cen-
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOT1CK Is IIKKKHV OIVKN that
'tsiKno.1. desiring t ciiaafte In
neaa under ih- fictitious n.i of
HI OKORp PARKING at :'*! V K l-i
Hit. Mil lo register M*I with llir Cleric of llM Ciii lilt Court of
l '...I. i bounty, rTorW i
KIDNEY POZRN
ii.xni.Ks i: BinkuVi
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tered here a true "Togetherness"
setting. The master bedroom, liv-
ing room and kitchen all open out
onto the outdoor rooms. Just out-
the kitchen is the barbeque and
main dining area.
The garage is also a shared ac-
tivity center. In one comer is the
laundry, in another a work bench
for the men of the family.
Base of maintenance affords free
time for joint family activities, time
fully to cultivate the potentials of
each member of the family.
The interiors, executed by Jor-
dan Marsh under the guidance of j
Miss Gillies, give "Togetherness'
House" the flavor one would expect I
in Florida: casual groupings, trop-1
jcal woods and fabrics and an abun-1
dance of natural landscaping, both
interior and exterior typify Flori-
da living.
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WALTER ROSENTHAL
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JOSEPH WILLIAMSON
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and i eatdeni hei .....
rtr ilie age ol M II, a-ai foundfi
ol r.....pi. Israel am irtet mem-
i i of National i 'hlldren .
il Hi ara* a 111.- in I... r ol Rholom
Inline, II nal I: Mill. Mahl Sin ill. I i.
tul iisti R|| i -,,11-1.1,.,, and HI-
us. us :. ,,i^. iii \\iii.i......j, a*aa a
World Wai i veteran an I i,.i,.iiL. ,i to
j.-v. ish War Vetei.,ns it.
Miami from Brooklyn In 1951
11 IK are his irlfa, I' I all" s ;, s..li Milk
aimer, Mr* Melvln Qoldatrom; and
I, ,-' hcl 1- : : .-. v\ i .
iii Newman-Gordon Funeral Home,
with bin ial In llracvUnd Me......ml
I ..ik.
JACOB H. ROSENBERG
i,-. ..f 7> BW th *t .....d Ocl '
Hi n*aa a ratli ad static lei and
bora nine \. at front Now York
!! aas ., member of Miami I
..f Werkmei
hla wire. Helen, two daoehtari Mi
Henrietta PruiK an.I lira Main.I,
. I, ml f: \ m ,
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, with buri.il in all
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MRS IDA COHN
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77. of 1 :: SW loth d ad Ocl
i ...I a-..I i.n dealer, he came
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where he waa h member Workmen'*
in -ie h. leave* m wire. Fannie;
iwn >..n>. William and Dr. Ilarr> : iw..
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MRS ANNIE COHN
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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