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

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

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

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ilie\wiisltUEIIiD!Pidliiaun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Number 37
M
lami, Florida. Friday. September 13. 1957
Price 20*
PRESIDENT
EMPHASIZES INTEREST
vSxon, AJCommittee Leaders
Keef to View Human Rights,
Lai Kidnap into Red Fold
JTA By Direct Teletype Wire
vnv YORK \ eroup of American Jewish Committee leaders
Ld Tuesday with Vice President Richard M. Nixon in a 30-miii-
uTjfin.v ,|,n human rights problems and crisis areas.
QU the Middle East and the problems of persecuted Jews in
| and thf status (.t Algerian Jews.
the conference, t
ilfceAJC was i.'presented by
lent Irving M Engel and a
l0t t(ic. r- Mi F.ngel said
kf main purpose of the meet-
as to eohangi views cspec-
ioo human rights problems
ttout the world.
AJC president said this
i of the discussion itimmid
lh orjaniiation's recent
nile survey and consul-
mission to Europe, the
iean. North Africa and the.
die East. The situation of
iand other minority groups,
|nil as the problem of open-
I havens for victims of politi-
tnd religious persecution,
under review, Mr. Engel
nphasizctl
wig interest in the United
..i I program for
odd an..- and express-
conviction that long-range
id were es-
ii\ fo i successful United*
i foreign policy.
Engcl said that, in answer
I query. Mr. Nixon said one of
Ifwfound causi | the chronic
ties in the Middle East was
Itaoomic destitution and that
il anil realistic Ameriacn
aid program in that area
Imperative.
Vice President added that
policy would help mater-
ttoittve off Communist in-
*en in the Middle East and
' a sound basis for a lest-
Ifeace.
Vice President expressed
['Merest in (he plight of the
Jews in Poland. Mr.
and also indicated he
gfrn<;d with the status and
of Jews in Algeria.
IOU ADDID DITAIIS Sit
A*m io ton AH' PC. A
Dulles Vows No Arms to Israel;
Says U.S. Will Assist Victims
Of Aggression in Middle East
JTA -By Direct Teletype Wire
WASHINGTONSecretary of State Dulles told a press conference
Tuesday that the United States government does not believe U.S. arms
given to the Arab states will he used against Israel.
The secretary said no arms are being shipped to Israel because
the United States does not think there is any danger at the present
tune to Israel, lie said Israel a; + ---------------------------------------------
quite substantially armed"' and
IRVING INGU
. economic elMfltirtfoil
had the benefit of a U.S. declara-
tion that this country would come
to the aid of any Mideast state at-
tacked.
Dulles expressed the view that
the Syrian situation will bo
peacefully worked out, although
thoro were elements that the
United States could not control
which might precipitate trouble.
He said Russia was continuing ef-
forts to penetrate the area. He
ruled out consultation with Rus-
sia toward a hands-off agreement
on the Middle East, expressing
fear that the Russians would
abuse such an agreement.
Dulles revealed that no decision
his been taken that Syria is under
the domination of International
Communism. He said the internal
situation in Syria was unclear and
fluctuates became ol tins "some-
what obscure picture." He said
President Ei-cnhower would not
want to make any decision as "an
academic exercise." but in event
of aggression by Syria it would be
rted
i
Arms are Flown to Jordan
From W. German Stockpile
WASHINGTON (JTA > The Eisenhower Administration, after
wo.ks of pondering means of containing Syria's new pro Communist
i. decided this week to take a first step ol rushing arms to Jor-
dan Lebanon and perhaps Iraq and Turkey
This move, foreseen and condem +--------------------------
ned in advance by Israel leaders
was designed to strengthen Syria's
worried neighbors, as well as to
dampen plans of some of them, par-
|*e/> Back to Head Delegation
JTA-By Direct Teletype Wire
,]?;,W1V Mr- Golda Meir, Israel's Foreign Minister, left Tues-
!"yn* Lmted States to head the Israel delegation to the Twelth
in tmb'y "' ,h'' r,u,e(1 Nations. Mrs. Meir, who sailed on
, *'" S'"P at France to confer with French Government
ticularly Turkey, to settle the prob-
lem by direct military action
against Syria's Red-led regime.
Details on the arms plan indi-
cated that the Eisenhower Ad-
ministration considered the sit-
uation urgent. Arms will be
flown to Jordan from American
stockpiles in West Germany.
They will include recoilless can-
non, weapon carriers and other
weapons with high mobility and
firepower. The shipments were
Continued on Page 5 A
leration Reaffirms Fund Support
active J!'p""li; aeneta of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Istrtm- '"' lr"m 'he United Fund ol Dade County, and there
"been poSM,),,"y lte this week that a third Federation agency
BeT a"U'",,"'r "* Fund by Friday.
*& M'ami Jewi>h Com ?---------1---------------------------------
laWkX ri'ce",ly iinl **
C'^'1; l>' "charter
tw '" ,M'cn Com-
nar, aR'"ncy sin<* the
/""P"" from the Red
^P lor ,. lamiIy ^
deprogram..
The balance of Jewish Family
Service activities, including voca-
tional service, sheltered workshop
and New Americans programs, are
sponsored by Federation. GMJCC.
taken in as a member of the Chest
in 1956. was slated to receive funds
for the first time in the forthcom-
ing drive.
Both Jewish agencies are now a
definite part of the United Fund,
the Chest's successor and Dade's
first effort to do away with mul-
tiple appeals campaigns.
By week's end, odds were that
the Jewish Home for the Aged
would become the Jewish com-
munity's third agency to join the
Continued on Page 8 A
necessary to make such a finding,
he indicated.
Dulles said there was no new
economic aid developed becau-c ot
the ensis. Existing program- are
being implemented with increased
speed, he said.
He described tho airlift of arms
to Jordan as filling of commitments
programmed some time ago rather
than a new emergency program.
Dulles made known that he has
reported to the British and French
i i OB Syrian develop-
ments.
JOHN FOSTER DUlltS
. peaceful %lutin
Israel in Guarded Approval
Of Ike's Defense Promise
JERUSALEM (JTA) An Israeli Foreign Ministry spokesman
voiced Wednesday guarded approval of the statement by Secretary' ol
State Dulles on behalf of President Eisenhower that the United States
tTOtttd make every effort to prevent aggression by Syria against her
neighbors.
In reply fo mjeationa, the >pokesman said that Israel "certainly"
considered the Dulles statement a reaffirmation of the Eisenhower
Doctrine, that Israel did not consider the statement "too strong" and
thai it had not disappointed Israel.
However, he stressed, Israel must reserve a more specific opinion
of the statement until it had further Information lrom Washington
on the United States position on the entire Middle East complex of
problems in connection with Syrian move's.
NEW YORK-(JTArRobert Murphy. Deputy Under Secretary of
State, told a conference of American mayors Tuesday that there is
an increasing interest in solving the Arab-Israel problem "on the part
ol the nations contributing troops to the United Nations Emergency
Force and a new awareness in the United Nations ot the need to en-
force compliance with its decisions."
Mr. Murphy reported that "Soviet policy seeks to exploit the
Arab-Israeli problem, the persistence of which is a basic cause of
unrest in the Middle East."
Mr. Murphy said that in the United States view, this situation
gtfW rise to "deep concern He stressed that "Egypt, Syria, and Ye-
men have all received substantial shipments of Soviet bloc military
equipment, followed by substantial numbers of Soviet technicians to
help them operate the equipment."
MOSCOW(JTA)Radio Moscow has violently denounced Israel
in a broadcast this week-end to the Middle East in a commentary en-
titled "The Unworthy Part of Israel in the U.S. Imperialist Schemes."
The broadcast alleged that "every Israeli move on the inter-
national scene has always been associated with new plots and pro-
vocations against the neighboring Arab countries." Israel was charg-
ed with launching a "bandit attack" last autumn against Egypt.
Later, it was alleged, Israel helped "the King of Jordan establish a
regime of terror and aggression."
Today, said Radio Moscow, "Israel has a part in the U.S. efforts to
deprive the people ui Syria of their independence." The broadcast
alleged that "there is evidence to show that Israel is openly interfer-
ing in Syria's internal affairs." The course of Israeli policy, said Mos-
cow, was set "only in the interest of the great imperialist powers."
LONDON(JTA)Prime Minister Harold Macmillan called in his
military chiefs today lor a review of the Middle East situation.
A Foreign OHice spokesman said Wednesday that the British Gov-
ernment shared the anxiety felt about Middle East developments and
Syria. The spokesman recalled that Britain had welcomed the Eisen-
hower Doctrine) and said that the British Government is glad the Pres-
ident has reaffirmed his policy. "We are, of course, in touch with
th? U.S. Government," he .stated.

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Seminary Grants Rabbi
Lehrman Doctorate
i
brew Literature at th'." I the Jewish Theoli
Seminary ol Anerica Sunday in New York City.
Guest of honor at the < n will be Chief Justice of the Su-
preme Court of the I'nite.i Statt K irl Warren, who will speak on "Law
. .Moral Force." The Chief Jus-
tice will spend th,? weekend with
the Seminary".-; faculty and a until
group of lay leaders for informal
gatherings ancf (fiscQssion
Rabbi Lehrman was ordained at
the Jewish Institute of Religion,
where he v.a- the recipient of the
degree of Master of Hebrew Liter-
ature. He came to Temple Emanu-
El 15 years ago.
at well as on the national scene,
new serving his second term as
secretary c/,tr}f Rabfc>ini*aj Ai,
sembly of America, national
board of Conservative rabbis, and
has also been chosen to serve on
the Rabbinic Cabinet of th* Sem-
inary.
Under his leadership, the con-
gregation has grown t become
cne cf th* largest Conservative
synagoc/jes in the country. He
is active in the local community,
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j Glory i : Israel Hebrew Institute in
New York City, and he i> the grand-
son of the tamou- Cha-idic rabhi
known affectionately m the "Broc-
ker Rebbe."
Rabhi Lehrman is chairman of
the Southeast area of the United
States for 'he American Teehnion
i Society and on its national board of
'; rt I' n He is I member of the
National Commission on Religious
ns, on the executive
oi the i Miami
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the
be is
Openir- jester of the convo-
cation will be he'd Friday at 6
p.m., when Prof. Saul Lieb?rman,
noted Talmudist and dean of
Graduate Studies at the Semin-
ary, will discuss "Law as a Moral
Fore* in Rabbinic Literature."
On Saturday, following Sabbath
services. Dr. Shalom Spiegel, Wil-
liam Pra^tr professor of Medie-
val Hebrew Literature, will pre-
sent the same problem in the
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tion.
A summary session at 10 a.m.
Sunday will be led by Dr. Louis
Plnkelstein, chancellor of the Jew-
ish Theological Seminary' and pres
ident of its faculties.
Participating in the delibera-
tions, in addition to the Chief Jus-
tic will he other members of the
Seminary faculties, and a group of
25 laymen, scholars, and lawyers
who will seek to bring the ethical
ami moral insights of Jewish tra-
dition to hear upon one of today's
most urgent problems.
\ ording to Dr. Flnkelstein,
who baa arranged these discus-
sions, 'an understanding of the
moral dimension of the Law i- ei
sential if modern man i- t<> control
h hi- traditional legal -ys-
h forces released by new
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study will I avocation, to be
i 4 p.m. S:m;;.a > the 1. lUifl
rial Quadran [la al
th s : Hon. Simon li Kit
kind, former Ju the United
State* Federal Court, and chairman
ol the Seminary'- executive com-
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Volunteers who helped boost the
1957 Jewish Appeal to an all-time
high will be'guests of honor at a
CIA Victory Party" Sunday eve-
ning, Sept. 2% in the Algiers hotel.
John Scrbin. chairman of the
1.800.000 drive, hai announ-
ced that the social affair will be in
the nature of a preholiday cele-
bration, at which he and other cam-
paign leaders will extend their ap-
preciation to volunteers who ser-
ved in more than 40 different divis-
ions to rack up the biggest total in
CJA history-
"CliJIrAifPl altl vclortTier'woTI
ors will receive special campaign
awards for their dedicated ser-
vice in a drive marked by many
unprecedented highlights," Ser-
bin said.
"Through the devotion of these
hundreds of volunteers in the
ranks, this achievement was made
possible. The spotlight of commun-
hments.
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"1st academic year, giving a jurist's
approach to the overall topic, "Law I
as a Moral Force. '
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Bond Quotas Eye Housing Units
^
As the year 5717 draws to a close, and Jews throughout the world ing the current year to provide 30,-
cclebrate the New Year during the forthcoming High Holidays, a special 000 immigrant housing units at a
drive to provide Israel with Bond dollars for housing is being under-
taken.
In the Greater Miami
_i piece of workmanship is this Shofar made in Israel,"
Mayer Abramowiti (right) tell* co-chairman William
jin. They head High Holy Day *planninc? committee of
JdIsrael Bonds in Greater Miami area and are ezamin-
i which will be presented as award to synaqoaues
Ioutstanding level of participation in 1957 High Holi-
Ifaael Bond campaign.
Swift to Address Planning Meet
Of Israel Bond Holy Day Committee
ed States from Australia in 1954
"o become the spiritual leader of
he First Congregation Anshe Sfard
of Borough Park in New York
City, is a successful feature and
political writer, whose articles on
Israel and the Middle East have
appeared in top periodicals of the
country and Europe.
area, the
State of Israel Bond committee,
headed by chairman Jacob Sher,
will aim at a goal of housing this
year, rather than dollars. Last
year, appeals conducted in 15 syn-
aoamthroughout lr~r arts am,
bulled in sale of almost $200,000.
This year's aim is 150 housing
units, which will cost $450,000.
"This area has pledged itself to
this goal in answer to an appeal
by Premier David Bon Gurion,"
Shtr said Wednesday.
Today, one of Israel's most press-
ing economic problems is to pro-
vide adequate permanent housing
for the multitude of new immi-
grants arriving at her shores at
the rate of 100.000 to 120,000 per
year. Although immigration had
tapered off somewhat since the
early years of statehood, political
ferment and unrest in different
parts of the world have resulted in
a new wave of mass immigration, in
an influx of new citizens who must
[Isajc L Swift, prominent
Itorld traveler and lecturer,
jMinutely acquainted with
and economic prob-
Ithc Middle East, will ap-
I toe final meeting of the
try Day planning commit-
i of Israel Bonds, at the
I Mel on Monday. Sept. 23,
I of the State of Israel De-
iBond keue
It, who came to the Uni-
RjUC stvif r
H also has gained renown for
his locturo tours, which have
taken him to scores of major
communities throughout the no-
tion. Ho is a frequent visitor to
the Mideast region, where he has
on numerous occasions conferred
With government leaders, indus-
trialists and economists.
Intensely interested in the eco-
nomic welfare of the State of Israel
and other democracies in under-
developed parts of the world, Dr.
Swift has participated in many
causes for the upbuilding of Israel,
including the Israel Bond cam-
paign. Presently an executive mem-
ber of the Brooklyn Division of the
Jewish National Fund, he is also
active in the Executive Council of
the Mizrachi Organization of Amer-
ica.
Born in London, England, Dr.
Swift attended the Universities
of London and Oxford, and was
ordained a rabbi in Jerusalem in
1934. He is a specialist in Semi-
tic languages and English liter-
ature. During World War II, ho
served as a chaplain with the
British Armed Forces.
Dr. Swift was spiritual leader of
mank congregations in London, and
served as chairman of the Zionist
Central Council in that city. He
was also president of the British
Federation of Zionist Youth in Lon-
don, where, in 1937, Abba Eban,
Israel's Ambassador to the United
States, and Avraham Harman, Is-
rael's Consul General in New York,
were members of his executive.
In 1951, Dr. Swift went to Syd
ney, Australia, to serve as vice
president of both the Zionist Fed-
eration and the Jewish National
Fund of Australia and New Zea-
land. That same year, he visited
Israel to meet with top government
officials and to survey the coun-
try's economic progress.
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A large proportion of these funds
must be derived from Israel Bonds,
which have raised some $300,000.-
000 for the country's economic de-
velopment during the past six
years. Of particular significance in
' this connection is the new Israel
'Housing Bond, issued m a $3,000
denomination, representing the
'cost of one housing unit.
be absorbed into Israel's economic
lifestrcam.
"Israel's historic achievement
In integrating those who *ave en-
- tared during the post nine years,
when her population rose from
650,000 to approximately 2,000,-
000, points the direction in which
the current newcomers must bo
absorbed. They must find suit-
able housing and they must find
jobs, so that they may become
productive citizens as rapidly as
possible, adding their labor and
skills to the continued progress
of the young nation," Sher em-
phasized. Temple officials also announced
It is for this reason that a special this wcek ,hat Mrs. Barbara May-
. ... fair Lermont will direct the nur-
drive to provide Israel Bond dollars sery Khool of Ner Tamid wnich
for housing has been undertaken. meets at 7811 Carlyle ave., daily
Israel must have $90,000,000 dur-1 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
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At Ner Tamid Sen/ices
Miami musician Mrs. Mack Don-
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'Mandel during High Holy Day ser-
vices of Temple Ner Tamid at the
Balmoral hotel.
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Extarad ma aacond-olaaa matter July 4. 1930, at tht Pott
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Volume 31 Number 37
Friday, September 13. 1957
17 Elul 5717
Community Interrelationships Strengthen
Through Jewish Federation, United Fund
Greater Miami Jewish Federclion this week
reaffirmed its support of the United Fund of
Dade County.
United Fund is Dade's successor organiza-
tion to Community Chest and the area's fust
general effort at dealing with multiple cppeals
campaigning.
Federation's reaffirmation shows the Jew-
ish community's cooperative concern for United
Fund ever since its foundina. As the fund-rais-
ing and planning arm of Grecter Miami Jewry,
Federation has lona been in the vanquard of
local moves aimed at unifying the multitude
of Jewish drives here into a sinale, eflective
philanthropic effort.
United Fund's paic'.lel action in the gen-
eral community therefore well deserves Fed-
eration's understanding and sympathetic state-
ment of support.
The United Fund-Federation relationship
shcrply points up the increasing accord be-
iween the Jewish and general communities with
respect to philanthropic attitudes.
Some of this accord is demonstrated by the
rariicipation of two Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration-sponsored agencies in the United Fund
drive: Jewish Family Service and the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center. The accept-
once of a third Federation aaency, Jewish
Home for the Aged, as c participant in United
Fund is imminent.
Degree for Rabbi Lehman
The Jewish Theological Seminary of Amer-
ica will award Rabbi Irving Lehrman the de-
gree of Doctor of Hebrew Literature at its open-
ing convocc'.ion Sunday.
The degree recognizes Rabbi Lehrman's
contribution as a spiritual leader and as a dom-
inant force in American Conservative Judaism.
Under the rabbi's direction. Temple Emanu-
1 has become one of the largest Conservative
congregations in the United States. In addi-
tion, he has himself taken en the responsibility
oJ leadership in numerous reliaious, education
al and civic organizations.
-Rabbi Lehrman's new degree is a fitting
symbol of the unity of purpose he has sought
to bring to his manifold activitiesthe eleva-
tion of Judaism and the exaltation of Jewish
trcdition.
Greater Miami joins in congratulating the
Temple Emanu-El spiritual leader on the honor-
orium to be awarded him by the Jewish Theo-
logical Ssminary Sunday.
Increasingly, therefore, is emphasized the
stake of Miami Jewiy in the asneral commun-
ity's joint philanthropic task. It is? our feeling
that this stake will strengthen both organiza-
tions end the causes they represent.
Federation recoqnizes United Fund's effort
to do away with multiple appeals as similar to
its own; in addition, many top Federation lead-
ers also assume principle roles in United Fund.
Out of this general unanimity of purpose, and
to seme extent similarity of leadership, mut in-
evitably come an over-all effective multiple ap-
peals control.
The beneficiaiy will be the peopls, for it is
the people who will be served best when man-
power and dollars are employed with an eye
toward maximum philantropic effectiveness.
CJA Load Looms Larger
The participation by two Jewish community
agencies in the United Fund campaign, and the
imminent acceptance of a third into the UF
family, is welcomed by Greater Miami Jewry.
The agencies in question- Jewish Family
Service. Greater Miami Jewish Community Cen-
ter and Jewish Home for the Agedserve the
needs of a substantial number of Miami resi-
dents. Their affiliation with United Fund high-
lights the interrelationship between the Jewish
and general communities as exemplified by the
ideals of both Federation and Fund.
But to a large extent, it is expected that
Federation's obligations to its agencies will re-
main substantially the same as before. Simul-
taneously, its financial duties to such organiza-
tions as Mt. Sinai Hospital and the Bureau of
Jewish Education grow apace. And, if any-
thing, Miami Jewry's obligation towc.d many
overseas agencies, as well as to the State oi
Israel, will in all probability be larger in 1958
than during previous yearsif events in Europe
and the Middle East are a clue to the growing
needs there.
All of which adds up to the fact that there
can be no flagging in our effort in behalf of the
Combined Jewish Appeal when the '58 cam-
paign rolls around.
Politics vs. Knowledge
Despite the squeeze directed against Israel
fcy Britain and the U.S. these days, in order pre-
sumably to flatter Arab sensibilities, more than
a ray of sunshines lies in the current Interna-
tional Conference on Nuclear Structure now
meeting in the Jewish State.
The conference, attended by some 200 nu-
clear physicists from both sides of the Iron Cur-
tain, is under the auspices of the United Nq-
ticns. Only Arab delegates are conspicuously
absent. '
Where oil-saturated politics ends, there in-
telligence seems to begin. In this area, Israel
has received her just due as site of the atomic
conference.
A side thought, and one interesting to con-
jecture, is that the singular Arab absence is
the result less of her distorted political con-
victions than of a lack of achievement in mod-
ern atomic physics.
during the week
I mee it .
nt*
by LEO MINDLIN
V met in Ft. Uu3
cently, spiritual uT2l
fa'thful None of"..
emphasized his past',,!
he U.S.. or his WHm
merit on sedition tv
lion he left for a more propitious moment, and it f0iin ,"1
ing rejection by Ft. Lauderdale's city fathers late In A|.e
the Broward County Commission presumably "discoversSi
age's checkered background, it denied the States Right- nari '
mission room as site for the party's future meetings i
Reversing themselves early last week, the Broward leahi J
is to s.upp** evaluated their position. The States Righters could ho. rot
m the commission roomprovided the partv disaffiliatedX.
Deatherage. As a matter of^fact, the restriction was less sni!i
reversal order would be revoked if the commission room lit J
to be a site for the preaching of fascism. ffl
This was all Deatherage needed. Nothing more than n1
rousei the spirit of a renegadeor swells to a greater extent ill
( i his disciples. Spurned, he freely admitted details of hi
past -affirmed that he had been thrown out of the Navy anrt
other things, that he once headed the Knights 0| the Whiter*
since placed on the subversive list. ,
But. declared Deatherage. "the Veterans of Foreign WarJ
Daughters of the American Revolution are also listed a* SuJ
Strengthening his self-image of respectability bj asmfUiJ
eraye added: "I've been fighting Communism for 25 year! I
there arc more subversives and spies from Ft LauderdaU J
any other section."
THERE IS NO need for microscopic examination to n
erage's anti-Semitic insinuations against the populous Jew]
munity of Dade county. And. as if to soothe the naughty boy:
just spanked, lush Ft. Lauderdale politicians, wily in the wi
restricted clientele" electorate, went on record as condemn^
congressional district chairman Deatheragenot the State
party.
This put the Broward commission squarely on the >ia
renegade and his party's political philosophy which, amoa
things, is open-mindedly "anfi-cvery thing," including incoi
and all manner of beast not White and Protestant
Official Ft. Lauderdale's rejection thus became affira
theory if not in fact. The window dressing of politicial chii
as much professed bigot Deatherage's professional tool as I
respectable commission's. The Florida States Rights party la
(pressed himself clearly on more than one occasion, andhei
tinue doing so unabated. Window and auto sticker- freely dia
at a recent party meeting speak more eloquently than do the]
of the commission's condemnation last week:
Do not persecute the NEGRO. /The international JZ1
perpetrator of world Communism and racial agitation./ Artba
am, president of NAACP. is a JEW, not a NEGRO."
: :- ; .;.
Q RATHER AGE'S HATE TACTICS arc not peculiar to hia
have become increasingly prevalent during the past fei
using the Supreme Court ruling on desegregation of May.
springboard. A fact sheet published by the American Jewa]
mittce amply illustrates this point.
Integration immigration, the income tax and the United J
prove common whipping posts. Thus, the Supreme Court I
popularly characterized as a "Jewish-Negro con-piracy."
tent is to "mongrelize the country." The hate sheet Commoal
in an issue dated July 15. calls arch-conservative Associate
Felix Frankfurter "an Austrian-born Jew who rules the Court (
Iran Bat" and intimates that the desegregation decisioa wisj
iu- doing.
I'arenihetically, in light of Supreme Court opinions hand
during the past decade, it might be interesting to ponder tbej
the May. 1964 ruling, which "Common Sense" calls "Black
were Justice Frankfurter left entirely to his own devices,
'airving this relationship a step further, today's haten
tinues to stress the anti-Semitic vector of his venom Julv'
"American Nationalist" features the radio, television. motioa|
and recording industries, amply illustrating a lead article i
"Boycott Them!" with photographs of Negroes and white- in
tc-sional endeavor "Within the past year." the hate sheet]
"our alien-controlled TV industry has launched a va-t and i
propaganda campaign designed to encourage and glamoriie flj
race mixing they are concentrating on placing Negro 't
... as a means of getting them into your living room.''
Concludes the "American Nationalist" in line with the j
mongrelization theme and amplifying by innuendo its equatum!
with Jewish: ". when this vast potential is perverted into anl
merit for brainwashing the American public into accepting comi
mongrelization, then it is time for the people to take a hand!
matter."
? ; -:- :
yHE THREAT IMPLICIT in this suggestion for action find- K
lei in an interview with Arkansas Gov. Orval Faiirm-.
mated l>efore a television audience of millions of Americans I
that a Federal government move to bring the Arkansas mil""1
IS. Ann;, jurisdiction would encourage countless ready voi
from across the nation to join the citizens of Arkansas in tnei
U prevent integration in a Little Rock high school.
The mass sale of arms Gov. Faubus savs wa- reported to i
which he has used as his reason for halting a Federal in
order, as well as for calling out the militia, proved also to M J
ol his promised war of attrition against the U.S. Supreme com
cost
The spaee bigotry thus spans between Florida Slates M H
leader George Deatherage and Arkansas Gov Faubus i>j"1
one imagines. No less is the governor's impudence to or o J
than the venom in a hate sheet is to be ignored Nor H "j
I have mentioned, a singular battleground where n
One of the Real Big Problems n
nuoneo, a singular battlegrounn d]\
"'vantage. Professional anti-Semites, for example. portW
ol the McCarran Walter Act as Jews, with mythical r^1' .
' holding promise of the "fir* and allimportanl wg
"Vl" iwhich. i. to capture the United States. I "'
''ll'^,:cc Summary" March, 1957). hv |l)d,y'i
rhesc and other areas of exploitation employed ) .
'"' des>Kn IxK.it will be examined in a future column. 1
>"'""" lo understand and to recognize because today ]
1 '"" clever lo use old fashioned anti-Semil"
by Goebbels and llimmler caricature or the kind of
found in that despicable "film classic" "Birth of a
hatemonger plays new tune on the political pipe
ignorance. Rut it js a new tune, nonetheless, whose noi


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to Jordan from W. Germany
}rmm]
tokd to start arriving rhi
luting lhal ,hp Eisenhower
Son might decide on an
"^...imonii Syria's threat-
BfSA --el offi-
Keek treed that, from
ifpo, f we. tot* Arab
iS.herarmr! by the West-
K or by the Soviets were
wimble in their hostll-
loiu'rd Israel.
pbsadur Abb. S. Eban re-
5t,thefnited States to rtleet
fanjtjry ol State Dulles and
Ku Department officials to
LtheSvr.an situation. It ap-
y however, thai Israel olfl-
l^ii felt that the Syrian prob-
L;ih its overtones of the
0( Soviet entrench-
Etke Middle East, was a Big
Rr problem about which laraH
ttosldilo little, other than to
npircd fur a renewal of Syrian
jfe along the border.
It is reported that Turkish of-
_i had pressed on Henderson
Uoposals for the Middle East
klo which the Eisenhower Ad-
totion has in the past been
| or indifferent.
iTh* Turkish leaders urged that
t United States become) a full
jer of the Bagdad Pact, that
uTurkey. Iraq, Pakistan, Iran
| Britain in a joint buffer
nt Communist expansion in
LNmt East. Washington sour
laid, that, in addition to othor
arguments against the idea, Hen-
derson had indicated that arty
pact with tho Arab countries
would raise embarrassing prob-
lems about a similar pact with
Israel.
The Turkish officials also stress-
ed the importance of Israel as both
a stabilizing factor and a military
power in the Middle East, and that
this be considered in any long-
range United States plans to deal
with Soviet oxpanstorss,
The Russians, meanwhile, pushed
their increasingly successful ef-
forts for chummier relations with
Syria. The Moscow Radio announ-
ced that the Soviet Union and Syria
had agreed to sign an economic and
technical cooperation agreement.
The Soviets also announced that a
delegation of top Soviet leaders
would visit Syria soon, presumably
to bolster Syria's economic and mil-
itary potentialiti.
In another move, tne Soviet Gov-
ernment presented a note to the
I U.S. Ambassador in Moscow, sug-
gesting a Russian formula for set-
tling the Middle East crisis. hTe
, British and French envoys in Mos-
cow also received the note.
While contents of the newest
memorandum wart nr immedi-
ately disclosed, it was understood
that the note was not as sweep-
ing as an earlier Russian demand
for a Big Four agreement with
dramatic proposals for an arms
embargo, dismantling of all west-
ern bases In the Middle East and one was regarded as an attempt by
withdrawal of all Western troops Russia to win Western acknowledg
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Mt. Sinai Development Fund Passes
Mark as Fall Drive Nears
Halfway
View shows extensive remodeling at Kneseth Israal Congre-
gation, 1415 Euclid ave. Individual urhclstered theater seats
replace older pews. Pulpit shows modern motif in ash arey
wood. Indirect and direct liqhtina fixtures replace older chan-
deliers. Renovation program was under a?ais of Milton Kahn.
chairman. Louis Dublin, conareqaticn president, and Hv Sam-
sen, Joseph Nadler, Samuel Rabir.owitz, Samuel Goldberg,
Saul Meringcff and Joseph Bader. Rabbi David Lehrfield and
Cantor Abraham Seif will officiate at Hiah Holy Day services.
Flagler Reveals Adult Courses
Flagler-Granada Jewish Com
munity Center is announcing tht
ing of registration for specif
adult courses.
Registration nights are Monday
Tuesday and Wednesday evenings
01 next week.
Courses will include Photog-
raphy, by Jeff A. Trent, long-
time professional and award win-
ner; Adult Dancing, by Ken Hal-
pern; Baby Care, by American
Red Cross; Ceramics, under su-
pervision of University of Miami
art student.
Domestic R<
ty "i Miami |
Sewing, with |
lotes Art .r au>-
lire* of Inner- : V ami art
student: Child Psycbol
pe ik< i to lecture; Spanish: and
Bible class, to be offered if 16 or
more apply.
The Congregation Anshe Ernes
Will Conduct the High Holy Day Services of
2535 S.W. 19th AVENUE
WEDNESDAY EVE. September 25th. at 5:30 p.m.
THURSDAY, September 26th. and FRIDAY, September 27th. 1957
also YOM KIPPUR Services will be held on
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nd SATURDAY, October 5th
Yiskor Services Saturday. October 5th. at 11 a.m.
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Tickets will be available slswllt from 7 to 9 p.m. at tht above address
Mt. Sinai Hospital development
fund drive for $7,000,000 has DAM
,. than S3.500.000 raised to date
hairman Dan B. Ruakin revealed
Wednesday.
Ruskin made the announcement
as development fund leaden
,1 lor an Intensive Fall campaign
to raise the money needed for com
pletion of the new 300 bed Ml
tal now und< r construction
.n Collins Island.
Tht Commercial Division, that
was instrumental in raising near-
ly $500,000 last year under the
chairmanship of Carl Sussfcind
and the ce-chairmanshio of Leo
A. Chaikin, went into action this
week at a planning meeting Tues-
day night in the board room of
the hospital.
This division expects to wind up
rt of the fund campaign in a
concentrated three-months drive II
-eeks the support of local business
men. trades and industries on be-
ball of the South'l newest and most
modern hospital.
Ruskin expressed confidence that
the commercial division would sur-
ta efforts of last year.
'Now that vre arc at last build-
ng the new hospital, a great deal
note money must be raised to meet
he costs of construction. I am cer-
tain the businessmen of n
Miami will respond wh,l
'y to the renewed JjS
commercial division," %*
Other divisions i
Plns for the stepped^ Fi
Paign are the Initial Gift, Di,
the rrofes.ion.,, Un.,m m
Doctors' Division.
re.dji
Dr. Greenbaum to Speak
Dr Richard S dreenbaum will
di*cus "Emotional Problems of
Children"" at a meeting of the Dade
Heights Jewish Community Center
Sunday evening. Dr. Greenbaum is
with the Florida Mental Health So-
ciety and consultant to the Child
Guidance Clinic of the Dade county
school system.
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I Clashes on Religion in Schools
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,i.ri\ A leading
"Sworn* warned thM
JS- .-ill n->i prevent *
"idling* in the public
Iandwi" lKi^- only the re-
f*,i -relii'n in the schools
'fab..ul m Hi-' worst pos-
KJhJ the Jewish peopto
|L Ike worst deal."
fQlHerben took Ins one-
biin against the formal
ET^nd on Hi. issue to the
Tjmual """ ,J n"' MoUfl'
Jo^w institute ol Judaism.
| d by Dr.
rman. ol Denver, for-
mer chairman of the Mizrachi Na-
tional Education Committee, and
Sheldon Steinhauser, regional
Anti Defamation League director.
Dr. Harbarg, who it protestor
of Judaic Studies and Social
Philosophy at Drew University,
declared that the dominant
Protestant church in America
"will not stand for barring re-
ligion from the public schools,"
adding that opposition of Jew-
ish organisations was "incred-
ible, blind, unrealistic." Ha said
ha doubted whether Jewish or-
ganizational leaders would real-
ize thair "untenable position"
on tha issue in time to change.
Dr. Laderman, disputing Dr.
Herbert's thesis, insisted on the
importance of maintaining the
constitutional principle of separa-
tion of church and state in this
area and said such teaching must
be opposed "in the right time and
place." Mr, Steinhauser said he
did not share Dr. Herbergs pes-
simism and-that in Ohio, where he
had Kryejj before coming to Den-
ver, release time religious teach-
ing wa- in effect in schools of 130
towns and cities.
ig Couple Join Emanu-EI Staff;.
[Have Wide Experience in Youth Work
Lner-nuple with n wealth of Solomon Rivlin. is a graduate of
a^^ ...as. ILntiiki-i. U.. _
gx jn youth activitlea and
i are joining the staff of
i Emanu-EI.
dFripdlanil. president Wed
[announced the appointment
jKaplan as director of the
E youth and extension ac-
I program.
r 24-year old exi rutive'l wife,
m Orah Rulin. will join
[KKhme rtafl of Temple
EI Foundation School.
i comes to Miami Beach
.Highland Park, III., whara
l director at North Subor-
jSrueovue Beth El. A grad-
t of Wright Junior Collage
lloouvelt University, he ma-
Jin psychology and holds an
lib been variously counselor,
Icoun>t-!< (program director at several
community centers, and was
director at t he Board of
Education < .imp Avodah,
II
program at North Su-
1 Synagogue Heth El includ-
r rtion nti 3uu youth in ac
B. amon| them choral, dance
|dkussion groups, a Hebrew
op, leadership workshop
Mia newspaper
i also inaugurated such ac-
ts Parents' Night, Film
ili. Bowling Leagues and!
laid Crafts classes. In addi-
Ibhai directed radio work-
Had his been instrumental
i Iwmafion cf a city-wide
> orgjniiation in the Chice-
nf RabW
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both a senior and junior high
school group beginning after the
High Holy Days. Tween clubs, as
well as drama, athletic, dance,
crafts and movie clubs, will he in-
cluded on this new agenda.
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-JewislinorldRhn
:*^y=S,ptembeI 13,
Federation Affirms Support of United Fund
i
Continued from Paoe I*
Fond. The Fond admissions com-
mittee rr.tt Aog. 29 t consider
tho Homo's application and was
to reconvene Thorsday fsr addi-
tional consideration of this issoo.
There \va. every indication that
,h.' Rente would, either at that
I of Greater Miami, chairman John Serbin.^will assume
prnoer that
the Tinted
vice to eil
aid onij -<<'"'
h-1 participate m
Fur. I
i: aeifl ,.i ether religious da-
rn reoderiitf aervicea
similar to those of the Horn*,
muni:.'. ( inter and Jewish Family
receive support
time or In the verv near future, be h-ou Fund. V\i
accepted as a United Fund afeno are part of Dade's g-nereJ com-
As parent organization, the Great- muiutj and want to participate in
[er Miami Jewish Federation has it," Kanncr
Ibeeh closeV'tiivolved wltt Purfll
officials in all discuss! ins relating
M. Z. Frank, widely known
editor and contributor to
newspapers and magazines
printed in English, Hebrsw
and Yiddish, will edit new
publication to appear for first
time before end of Septem-
ber. Name of 32-page month-
ly is "American Isiael Re-
view," to be put cut by Amer-
ican Jewrh League for Isrc.al.
Louis Lipsky, veteran Zionist
leader and League's honor-
ary president, will serv3 as
chairman of Review's editor-
ial committee.
to the^e agencies Dr Benjamin
ii. Rosenberg, executive director of
Federation, declare! W(
that "a numhir ol questions will
have to be clarified within th<
month,
"no of thee is whether the Uni-
ted Fun l should I x >d to
take on the full deficit i I
Jewish agencies. Another i- whe-
ther United Fund will bi
lake on the deficit, assumin
expected to do to "
According to Dr. Rosenberg,
approximately one-half million
dollars is the annual deficit. "In
most communities where both
Federation and United Fund or-
ganizations have been in exist-
ence for some time, the prevail-
ing practice is for the two groups
to underwrite the deficits joint-
ly," he explained.
been the practice with
The executive committee of
retttrathxi i: n->w reaffirming
its soppoit of the United Fund
of Dade County fnr this reason.
"Aeloai'y, Federation is a United
Fund 1'or the Jewi-h common-
It/," Dr. Rosenberg explained.
'We have been grappling with
l'io problem cf multiple appeals
fcr many years, and this year
ho^e con:losively to deal with it.
"When Dade announced its new
i mied Fund, we were therefore in
nd wholehearted ac-
cord with iti principles, and have
declared our intention of support-
II ever since."
A key to the cooperation be-
tween the two agencies lies in the
intertwining of their leadership.
Top Jewish community leader Max
who Is president of Ml
Hopital. was a charter or-
i of United Fund and is a
Fund vice president.
Federation honoraiy president
This ha
It '. h r. -:!> Service up until,Stanley C. Myers ia a Welfare Plan-
one which may conceivabl) nfng Council vice president. Fed-
set the stage for future relation- eration vice president Harold Thur-
ships between United Fund on the PKI wu chairman of the Council's
one hand and the Home for the senmr citizen- division, while Dr.
and the Greater Miami Jew- Rosenberg is treasurer of the foun-
ish Community (enter on the cil.
Former Miami Mayor Abe Arono- other, "No decision i- being made
Aronovifz, Fiagler
To Hail Rabbir Exec
\ v will be guesl speaker al a Flag-
h Granada Jewish Community
Center "open house" Sunday ni-^ht.
Lou Bosh, Flakier Granada
president, said that Aronovitz
will highlight (he 10th year dedi-
cation of Fiagler-Granada by wel-
coming to its membership their
new spiritual leader, Rabbi Mur-
ray Alstet, of Daytoni Beach, and
r.ew executive director, Paol G.
Rosenfcld, Brooklyn, N.Y.
t, marking the first year
that I gler Granad i w ill sei
:r unaffiliated community c
II initiate :h.- 1057-58 social, cul-
ram.
add hi
n sence t i thai of the neighbors
friend* oi Flagh
Ice I to the,
nter for their ri
i eds.
tin- ;,, \,,|. Qr. Roienberg
emphasized.
"Bui hi one must gi i the idea
thai the-e agencies have left Fed-
eration," president Aaron Kanncr
told The Jewish Floridian Wednes-
daj As agenoies peatderimi ser
In addition. Sam J. Heiman. Com-
bined Jewish Appeal chairmi.i fog
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year.
"While this high degree of co |
operation between Federation
nd Fund is the finest possible
thinj far both the Jewish and j
general communities, let n one
be deluded into believing that |
Federation'! commitments are in
any way relieved," Kanner warn- I
ed.
\- of now. the two Jewish
agencies definitely involved with
Fund and the third probably to be
involved, may in all likelihood re-
ceive only partial Fund support.
Bui even if the picture should
change by next month, this will
merely mean three agencies out of
more than 50. which Federation an-
nuall) assists. No responsible, com-
munity '-minded citizen can inter-
pret this as a reduction in Federa-
tion commitments.
"What it may mean is an even
higher degree of aid to our other
local agencies like Mt. Sinai Hos-
pital or the Bureau of Jewish Ed-
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our national agencies and I.Mvel."
All in all, he concluded, increav,
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Federation and United Fund shows
marked improvement in benefits to
Dade's citizens as the mar?h toward
united giving gathers added impe-
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+Jeist>nurScigar7
Page 9-A
'JVotcs from the L FCaLLi s ffiulpit
n, fallowing is another i* a strict of articles prepared by ipmiual
i bjrfth{Tf for The Jewish Plondian "Rabbinical Corner" in cooper-
jow unth the Greater Miami Rabbinical Awn. Rabbi Abraham
' tftntn. of Tifereth Israel Northside Center, u coordinator of this
I dfft.proi.itm. J
The Essential Convictions
Behind Our Being Jewish
Br RABBI LEON KRONISH
Temple Beth Sholom
A. in appri ach a Now Year,
Lj re-echoing refrain of the High
iJh Day sea>on lie Cms to beat
_j our heart- and in our minds.
pjfeh I'hayenu What is the
janing of our livei as Jews?
"ff arc a Jewish community of
(00.000 souls, nf 4.000 syna-
gue.v Of counties* Jewish agen-
and organizations. Kvcry
iber Jewish community on earth
ts in ii- in Vmerica for help.
ii this is quite understandable.
all the centuries of history,
there been any other com-
mty with the strength of our
ncan Jew i -li community
lerically, financially or poht-
illy"
I have left ciii the word "spirit-
illy." For .ill our successful
nv;> anil campaigns and activi-
ty we arc j people without di-
rtion.
Why are we Jews? Why do we
put to raise our children as
m And whj do we struggle
itourvivr ,i tiny little speck
ithi-va.-l >ea o| humanity? And
I does our being Jewish have
lay about the hydrogen bomb.
raboutthb age ol anxiety? Just
\y arc c Jew "
(Well, there are all kinds of an-
UMUUGHTING Tim
17 Elul 6:25 pjn.
FWeri and. of course, I suppose
all kinds of Jews There's the
Hitler-made Jew; and the unwant-
ed liy the-fhristians Jew*; and the
State of Israel Jew; and the so
ciological Jew, ("What the son
wishe> to forget, the grandson
(hno>es to remember"); and the
religious revival Jew (everyone
is caught up in a wave of Billy
Graham-ism. should Jews stand
aside when the Methodists art-
giving their children Lutheran
identity cards; the Catholics are
giving their children identity
card~; Jews will give their child-
ren Jewish identity cards).
Is this why we are Jews? Is
this why we belong to the syna-
gogue, or is it something deeper
that makes us want to be Jews?
Critical observers of the Amer-
ican Jewish scene will tell you
thai, lnev sc* no depth. And the
picture which they describe for
us is all too familiar, irrespective
of whether Jews call themselves
Orthodox or Conservative or Re-
form or Liberal, or what haveyou,
the vast majority of American
Jews are today practicing some
kind of Judaism that is best de-
scribed as "symbolic" or "nostal-
gic."
Is this what it means to be Jew-
ish' And insofar us our being
Jews because of Hitler, or the
State of Israel, or the sociology of
suburbanism, or the current relis-
ious revivalthese may be con-
tributing factors; but they can't
be the answers as to why Jews'
chose to survive in the past and
why Jews will survive as Jews m
the future. And unless every Jew
understands this, this whole re
KAMI ICON KRONISH
. unlinithti task
vival and return and renaissance
of religion will be recorded as ?
spiritual bust.
What. then, is the answer' ;
believe that the answer was given
bj my teacher. Dr. Stephen Wise
Once, seated at a dinner next to I
member of the Daughters of the
American Revolution, the DAR
member said boastfully: "One of
my ancestors sinned the Declara-
tion of Independence." To which
Dr. Wise countered: "And one of
my ancestors signed the Ten Com-
mandments."
That's why we are Jewish. Be
cause our ancestors signed the
Ten Commandments and thereby
established for all time a partner-
ship with God. You can't eradi-
cate that signature. You can
choose perhaps not to honor it.
hut you can't eradicate it. Our
ancestors made the moral law
their possession and the idea of
God their obsession.
To be Jewish is to honor the
signature of our ancestors.
To be Jewish is to be against
slavery in Africa or in America
because our God is a God of free-
dom.
To be Jewish is to be against
bloodshed because our God is a
God of love.
To be Jewish is to be against
Pcibbiith <_5<
ervices in
[fcUDATH ISRAEL. 7101 Cerlyle
^Orthodox. R*b*>i 'sea* ver.
h. r I Hill.
ELT i. rl.ti Con.
J Mr .ili.l

fm EMES. 253S SW 19th
""or Moms Zimmerman.

[JJH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd .v..
-"'.. Rabbi Yeakov RoMtf
k c"tor William W. Llpson.
.
PJlL SCO SW 17th eve. Or-
. R,bbl Shmary.hu T. Swir-
*" Samuel Salkow.

M"H EMETH. 122S0 N.W. 2nd
"WHS*. Rabbi David W.
h*'.'.,; nighi sad
[ i
Ikru '
^ISRAEL. 4000 Prairla .v..
Rbbi H. Louis Rott-
*> li-
ft *;
I Mlll-
\Vlf.

H *,0r **"' Mamches.
I I Ml
>ai DWaa-
. Rikbi Aria Seeker.
\~yrecxter uinu
"* J..ph E. R.ckov-
^JtWlSHCWTW.
111 vl< 8t-hool Cantor Mori "Yae-
man to old
a
DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CEN-
TER. 18160 NW 2nd ava. Con-
servative.
I rirtMN 1:13 p in Cant >r Maori) Man-
Si i to rrii-iaii*.

FLAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW
51st pi. Conservative. Rabbi Mur
ray A. Altfet.

FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL,
1801 S. Andrews eve.. Ft. Lauder-
Jale. Reform. Rabbi Maries Ren-
son.
a
HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th
st. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander
eaeti

HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS. 951
Flamingo way. Conservative. Rab-
at Leo Helm.
I-Viilit\ s :". pin >. i oi oh, i^.iii
l.....k Holj H ibtu
(ton i in, k sh.iMi.it ii..>i- Mi and
i..In i .> ni i Ka i Ibj J .i.in.
a
HOMESTEAD CENTER. 183 NE
Ith it.. Homestead. Conservative.
*'* arts officiate*.

HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE BETH
EL. 1645 Polk st Hollywood. Re-
form. Rabbi Minard Klein.
a a
HOLLYWOOD BETH SHOLEM
1725 Monroe st., Hollywood. Con-
servative. Rabbi Samuel Lerer.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI.
2030 Polk st Hollywood. Conserv-
ative. Ribbi David Shapiro. Cantor
Yehudah Heilbreun.
a
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3198 SW
24h tar. Conservative. Rabbi Mor-
.., ton Malavsfcy.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid
eve. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehr-
field. Cantor Abraham Self.
PI Ida} I '" ; in Hal i '!.i v : i .i in
s, i in..li. "Have \\,- iffi i ,-,i < i i
km Imi Iflral fruit*)? Bai M
Matthew, ......I Mr, and Mi Ha -Id

MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGA-
TION. 1101 SW 12th v. Orthodox.
Rabbi Simon April. Canter Berele
Kelemer.
I.Si m li;n
Mltsvah i'Im ii Ion son i I Mi. and
| Mi !."in i:.'Ida
0 9*
MONTICELLO PARK. 164th st.
and NE 11th eve. Conservetive.
| Rabbi Isaac Lerer. Centor Jacob
Goldfarb.
n i .i\ Ini
Innplral Ion Ba m s. i moil
\\,, |>orlloi r MttS' ih Rob.
n ol Mi sod Mi-. N Htapin.
a
NORTH DADE CENTER. 13630
W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi
Henry Okolica. Center Maurice
Neu.
. | s IS p in. .< mon "Wi !
! .,- Mill
v.ih Robert, on "i Mr. and Mr Kted
a a a
NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620
75th st. Conservetive. Rabbi Msyer
Abremowiti. Cantor Edward Klein.
. ni", |i m Sermon "Thi
I, H in s.
\\. rkl
a a
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER.
715 Wahington ave.

SOUTH DADE JEWISH CEN
TER. 6251 SW 62nd pi. Reform.
Rabbi Herbert M. Baomqard.
''"'",
f Mi mil.
i. mpta Be-
' ".

SOUTHWEST JEWISH CENTER.
slander because our God is a God
of truth.
To be Jewish is to love our
neighbors because God is the
Father of all men.
This is our signature and this
is why we survived even though
we didn't have a dog's chance for
survival. We could easily have
disappeared in the Middle Ages.
Instead, hundreds of thousands of
our people accepted the humilia-
tion of the ghetto and the yellow
badge nl shame, and the insults,
and the blood libels, and the ac-
cusations of poisoning drinking
wells. Hundreds of thousands
chose to die lor their faith at the
stake or to go out as wanderers
into a hostile world.
And es.-.ipe v.-is so ca*>
Simple. Hitler's racial legislation
of tractng converted .lew- hack to
the third and fourth generation
was unknown in the Middle Ages.
Christian churchmen were eager
to win souls, and they offered the
Jews Christianity. The answer
was "No!" The Jewish people
had a task to complete and they
would not quit in the middle.
And the job isn't finished. Will
we measure up to it? I believe
we will. I believe we'll make of
this generation of Jews believing
Jews determined to transform
this atomic age of anxiety into
the Messianic age of inner secur-
ity~and peace! Will Wlneasure
up to our historic destiny? Will
.irch out this Rosh Hash
the real answer to the recurring
refrain. "Meh Chayenu"?
The answer, my friends, you
must give. I believe you'll an-
swer as Jews should answer.
438 SW 8th st. Conservative. Rib
>i Abraham Levitan.
I-1 i-l.i i ,. r, .i n I |0 p m
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Friday. September 13,
Our Fall Book Listing: A Preview of Coming Distractio
SEPTEMBER HAS COME to Florida in all its unchanging
beauty, and the voice of the publisher is once again
heard in our land. Distracting from the monotony of ever-
green seasons is the variety of good reading planned for
the months ahead. Perhaps I can give you some idea of the
Shape of Things To Come, and incidentally provide a
change of pace from the usual hook review.
Farra^.SlMys-and Cudafcyu *? popping their book-
jackets with pride over their new Fall list, which include*
three Nobel Prize winners and one Puliteer Prizer. Out
this month is a new collection of criticism by T. S. Eliot.
On Poetry and Peets; Nobel Prize novelist Francois Mau
riac studded Augusts offering with his Lines of Life; due
in November is Selected Writings of John Remon Jimanei,
a poetry-prose collection by the newest Nobel Prixe winner.
Pulitzer winner Paul Horgan explores San Francisco high
CHARLOTTE LI Rl\
society in Give Me Possession. Out recently was The Conv
pU* Work, of N.th.na.1 West, scheduled for early review
here, as K My Pertner-.n-Lew. the life andI times of famous
trial lawver George Morton Levy. Theodor Reik takes a
^vchoanaM.c look .with the th.rd eye7> at both normal
and abnormal love in a November publ.cat.on. Of Love end
* in this column you can expect to see reviews on A
Book of Contemplation, by the prol.fic Dagobcrt D. Runes,
and David Da.ches' Liter.ry Essays, one of which is a
provocative discourse on the problems involved in trans-
lating the Hebrew Bible into modern languages; both books
are under the Philosophical Library imprint. Just out last
week iand I hope to get to it soon) is Monde Publishers
Two Generations in Perspective, edited by Harry Schnei-
derman; writing on notable events and trends in the last
How the Russians Ran to See the Israelis
THE CRY OF Mir and Druzba." "Peace and Friendship."
repeated throughout the Moscow Youth Festival, had
an empty ring for the 200 Israelis who attended.
Delegates from nations with long histories of antagon-
isms outdid each other in exprcs-ing their peaceful desires.
Americans and Russians agreed to disagree amiably. In-
dians and Pakistanis had a friendly chat about the old
days under British rule. Some Indonesians wined and
dined a Dutch couple, and even the Algerians and French-
men got together over a bottle of vodka. But every pro-
posal to talk over problems of the Middle East which the
Israelis put forth to the various Arab delegations, was an-
swered with an emphatic Nyet"
The Arabs, led by the Egyptian delegation, refund
to talk to the Israeli Zionists: they refused to talk with
the Israeli Communists who sympathized with them on
many issues: they even refused to have anything to do
with some 30 Israeli Arabs who were present.
The Israeli delegation was under pressures from three
sources during the Festival: Arab rebuffs and anti-Israeli
propaganda; Russian anti-Zionism; and the Communist-
Zionist split within the delegation.
The Egyptians wasted no time in starting a vicious
anti-Israel campaign. When the Israeli delegation march-
ed into Lenin Stadium at the opening of the Festival, the
Arabs turned their backs on them and began chanting
Icudly. "Nasser' Nasser! Nasser'" Later, they distributed
a pamphlet showing a map of Israel, at the bottom of
which was printed. "We shall return."
"Even the International Art Exhibition was used by
n\YIB> SCHWARTZ
the Egvptians as an outlet for anti Israeli propaganda.
an Nraeli Zionist noted. A series of paintings called
"Battle of Port Said" depicted war atrocities being commit-
ted against Bgyptiani by soldiers wearing the insignia of
Britain. France and Israel. A painting entitled, "Courage
of the Invaders." showed a British tank about to run over
a little Egyptian boy in a deserted street while his par-
ents looked on from a window above.
One of the Egyptian delegation leaders explained the
attitude toward the Israelis this way: "Yes. we want peace.
But the only way to achieve peace in the Middle East is
to rid ourselves of imperialism forever. Israel was plant-
ed in the Middle East as a puppet government through
which the United States could control the Middle East
when Britain and France had to move out. Israel is a tool
of Western Imperialism.
A Syrian conceded to me privately, after a long discus-
sion of the question. "Israel is the most advanced country
in the Middle East. She is not bound by the customs and
taboos that hold the Arabs back. If a settlement were
reached, Israel would surely dominate the Middle East
and that is what we are afraid of."
Several other Syrians admitted that they would
like to meet with the Israelis and talk things over, but the
pressures from their own delegation were too great. "We
would be called traitors," they said.
"The only contact we have with the Arabs is if we
happen to meet them on the street, and we exchange a few
words with them They are polite enough, but they do not
dare speak to us for very long," an Israeli said.
Ben Gurion Goes Back to School Again
IT'S BACK TO the -chool book- now for many millions.
" The education factories are opening up again. We hope
the children returning to their studies will behave in con-
formity with the Talmudic dictim that a teacher is to be
regarded as a second parent.
Education has been very important to the Jew. You
might say it is the essence of Judaism. The Ethics of the
Fathers goes so far as to say that the ignorant man cannot
he pious. The very word for synagogue"schule"means
school, and the rabbi in the Jewish scheme of things is
no intermediary with God. He is simply a teacher.
The Agada says that King David had a kind of musical
f. SHARKKL
Philharmonic History
Tel Aviv
QN THE EVENING of Oct. 2, Tel Aviv will witness one
^^ of the most important events in its cultural develop-
ments^the official opening of the country's most modern
and biggest concert hall, the Frederic R. Mann auditorium.
Some 6,000 tickets have been bought by music lovers
in spite of rather high prices for the gala opening con-
erts. Four of the world's top musiciansLeonard Bern-
stein, Isaac Stern, Piatigorsky and Arthur Rubinstein will
participate.
Best American know-how, American material and
equipment joined skilled Israeli labor to construct this
giant structure designed by two Israeli architects. Karmi
and Richter. About 5.000,000 Israeli pounds have been in
vested in this marble-plated building which is situated in
the midst of Tel Aviv's cultural area, joining the Habimah
Theatre hall, near the ZOA cultural center, the Sokolow
Journalists house, the Physicians house, etc.
A long way was made by tbe Israeli Philharmonic
Orchestra since the first concert one evening in 1936. when
the late Maestro Toscanini raised his baton and the mu-
sicians, gathered from 13 different countries by the found-
er of the orchestra, B. Huberman, began playing Schubert's
"Unfinished" in a converted exhibition pavillion. About
4,000 concerts have been played since 1936 by the orches-
tra in its 21 years of existence.
The Israeli Philharmonic Orchestra initiated the con-
struction of the auditorium when it received $250,000 from
Frederic R. Mann, whose name was given to the auditor-
ium.
alarm clock to wake him in the morning for his studies.
The invention must have been forgotten later, for we
read in the Agada also that Rabbi Akiba, who lived much
later used to carry a rooster around with him when he
traveled, to wake him up in the morning for his studies
Going back to school, among the hundreds of thous-
ands of students thi- year, will be some unusual pupils.
Among them will be David Ben Gurion and Chief Rabbi
HeROg n( Israel. The Israeli paper. Maanv. .states that
Ben Gurion has become interested in nature studies under
a noted naturalist jn Israel. Ben Gurion took up the study
of Latin and Greek in advanced years and, a few years ago,
began the study of Spanish; but now. says the newspaper.
he finds time hanging heavy on his hands and is turning
to scientific studie- Maarh goes on to question how Ben
Gurion can find time for such things with all his arduous
governmental duties, hut somehow he does. Recently
there WU a report that Chief Rabbi Iler/og of Israel had
begun the study ot physic-.
We are changing our ideas about education We used
to think it was needful only for the young. But who are
the voting? We are changing our idea- about that too He
cently. a member of the British Parliament visited Israel
and was taken in tow by Ben Curion. The Englishman
after it was all over, said to a friend that Ben Gurion MM
Use umniiest man he had ever come acrosa. He couldn't
keep up with him.
HFMRERT G. LM FT
hundred years are Ben-Zvi, Pierre Van Paassen Nil
GoWmann. Solomon Grayzel, Justine Wise Polier and I
impressive roster of top Jewish figures
Doubleday will be represented by Eddie Cantor's tJ
My Life, and advance peeks indicate that it js (unny '
warm and vitaljust like Eddie himself. An especially 1
tcresting book will be Israel to Ma, by noted Negroni
worker J. Ma JiRgetts; Mrs. JiggettsJias.a deep interest]
Judaism and Jews dating back to her childhood, and isf
accomplished student of Jewish literature. Bloch is
publisher. Greenberg: Publisher has just put out A b.
Quiet Voice, by Ruth Kolko Cohen, the moving story of |
young son's futile fight against cancer.
I'm a little late getting around to Simon and Sch
ter's massive Legend* o# the Bible, by Louis Ginzbi.
which is a shorter version of his original sevenvoki
work. The Legends of the Jewsbut that, ton. will app,
here in the next few weeks. The Jewish Publication L
ciety of America has just issued one of the must ben]
fully printed books I've ever seen; it's The Book of I
in both Hebrew and English, with original woodcuts]
Jacob Steinhardt. The book was not set in type, but'
hand-written by expert calligrapher Fran/i-ka Barudu
it really is a work of art. Both these books are the i
pricevery reasonableand would make perfect Ch
gifts, the kind to treasure.
Fertile Soil, by Dr. Max Vogclstein. i- a -hort. hii
readable political history of Israel and Judah from!
BCE to the Babylonian Captivity, and thu- torms a "it
er's companion" to the Book of Kings; American
the publisher. Random House has out A Diction*rfl
Contemporary American Usage, by Bergen Evans off
fame and Cornelia Evans, his sister; I've been dipping s|
it all week and it's the most fascinating, unusual did
ary since Samuel Johnson struggled in his tarret.
Winding up the previews on a solid note i- N'afl
Glazer's American Judaism, which will probably
some controversynearly all books on Judaism do. I
versity of Chicago Press is the publisher.
NATHAN ZiPRMN
Quite an Old Story
THEODOR HERZL once remarked that the Zionist i
ment "will not cease to be an ideal" even after 1
tine has been secured since Zionism "contains not onhjl
effort for a legally secured piece of land hut "also!
desire and effort for moral, and spiritual fultillmenf
This expression of faith by Zionism's founder takesj
special and added significance amidst the current
vanee of the sixtieth anniversary of the first World I
Congress in Basel, Switzerland. PresumabU there
have been even then divergence of opinion on the fui
of Zionism once the land has been secured, for oth
Herzl would not have made that entry in his diary in V
If my asumption is correct, the current effort toj
assess Zionist ideology is not a new development but J
projection of a debate which began perhap- at thra
birth of Zionism, and one which deserves honest indj
jective consideration. History does not stand still
organization or movement can survive unless it posi
the skill of adjustment to situations and developments.!
the Zionist movement is no exception. I have not seenj
transcript of the great debate on the future of Zia
that marked the recent Jewish Ideological < onferew
Jerusalem, but it seems to me Dr. Nahum Holdmana!
on firm ground when he took what appeared to MJ
Herzlian position of a Zionism transcending fulfills"
the state objective.
The future of Zionism and the shape '"'' mov*
is to take in the United States will. I hear hold a P"
nent place on the agenda at the forthcoming 60th anmi
sary convention of the Zionist Organization of Amen j
Sept. 12 to 15 in New York City. The ZOA has sw-
an important role on the American Jewish -cene W
the struggle for the fulfillment of the Zionist ideal. -1
the stream of history has caught up with the movement
it must with all such organizations, and it must pa
ponder its course and its future. With prtP-r re>ourc
ness the ZOA can surmount the issue- conf!*"51
Zionist movement today through re-phrasing of tracuwj
Zionism and synthesizing it with the great historic
Jewish statehood. ..
Zionism has been a great cohesive force in Je
ing in the United States
C.B.' Gets New Family Bible for Effort
CEC,L B D.M.LLE thi, ,,, -^^J^gg
first edition of the new Jewish Family Bible for his
contrtbul.on toward a deeper and more mt.ma.e under
standing of the Bible. Dr. Melbourne 1 Feltman execu
.ve director of Men,,,,,!, .,e., Chicago, which pubhshed
he deluxe edition of the Ilo|> Scripture, made the pre
Riviera Club in Detroit, followed by two <-ks I
and Country in New York. He then starts i
lir-t television show for Oldsmobile. to w ^
He leaves for Europe in January. B' be'0" g^pm
ure, he will do another solo starring \ncwr' i ^ f
"Rockabye My Baby." which Frank lasnua
from his own screenplay. busisfi
Emerging as the hottest thing in ** rf< duj
the moment. Lewis broke all time '"'"*' lln the
his personal appearance tour in connccti"' ^ti
ing of "The Delicate Delinquent." which "^jjjl
approach the $4,000,000 mark during Its H* nftting I
try alone. Lewis' present nightclub swing '"^^ ^
many new friends and accolades from U*
Jerry Lewis left ihi ... u man>' n - 'ett t>m Week lor "element at the officials, exhibitor, and newspapermen.


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IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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&, Friday, September 13. 1957
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j,iq "4" which is their Housing Unit 22 in Greater Miami and outlyina areas par-
lor High Holiday Israel Bond drive this ticipating in housing drive dsrinq iorthcoming
| receives attention of High Hobday coro-
i of Beth El Congregation. Left to right
_. Phillips, secretary; Sidney Palmer.
tnt; A. P. Rosenberg, first vice president;
iChabner. treasurer; and Simon Seiden,
! vice president. Synagogue is one of
High Holdays to sell enouah State of Israel
Bonds to provide 150 housing unite for vast
integration of immigrants now flowina into
Israel from all parts of world. Gallant new
country must build 30.000 housing units at a
total cost of some S90.0C3.000.
I Council
ys Programs
nt of the
! i >uncil of
Miami, thi- week announ-
Cnuni-ii lirst general
lol the Wednesday
Sept. 18 hi the Sculle
for the ovi r nil activities
tsoi il during
liscusnd
Hiited. I
iMiytr Abramowitz, chair-
ftraJNF executive board,
Ireport en the activities of
|Mcutie during the sum-
i end present n up-
Kinute account of prog-
}ast in errenginq the JNF
awuil dinner scheduled
|0Mit the Crown hotel.
inm fill also include a re-
Seymour I lebmsn, JNF
wifcnt ii | itheast re-
P>A pn a his re-
Jsto Europe.
ta Ernes Now
|Hew Quarters
tour year temporary
P. Asibe I ( ongrega-
L1*ln'' in-at 2535
I ive.
f ngre-, ,|y reno.
ibuildmi; i that site and
***U.r High u-.lv Day ser-
L ,be mndurcd bj Cantor
wnrm-rman formerly ol
!* An4he Ernes chapel,
' conditioned, provides
T^ 200 persons.
*wo(th.- congregation*
7-^.ni h( i sometime
' High Holy Days. The
""e parkmi space, and
lCSr"""! "r"' keared
"8 exp.in.iu,| program.
[av r," n"''* "re now >
8 o 9 a in
United Fund Offers Aid to Heart,
Cancer If They Drop Local Drives
A major policy statement issued mittce. beaded by James I. Keller.
by the United Fund's board of di- Jr.
rectors through its president. Co-1 ^ of thp orfgn|lttioni had no.
mer J. Kimball. this week revealed ,jfjll(1 ,h(, lmlc(1 Fun(1 b()ar(| h
plans for a single drive plan in culd n, Jom ,h(i M fJ due
Dade county with lightning strides. na(jo|ul or |oca] b()ard fX)U^
In Its report and election to in-
Two major health causes in the |
fight against "killer"discases will
be included in the United Fund's
Continued from Page 10 B
Synagogues Given
Housing Unit Quota
Quotas have been accepted by 22
synagogues in the Greater Miami
area in order to sell enough SUte
of Israel Bonds during the High
Holy Day drive to help provide
homes for the more than 150.000
immigrants now pouring into Is
rael, co-chairmen of the High Holy
Day planning committee Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz and William
Bornstein revealed Wednesday.
Israel must build 30,000 homos
at a cost of $90,000,000 this year.
The total goal set for this area
is for 150 housing units, each of
which will cost approximately
$3,000.
In line with this need..the area's
synagogues have galvanized into
action, with the following assigned
boose quotas and Israel Bond chair
men:
Beth David, 10. Mrs. Abe RtSM
and Maurice Hymen; Both El, 4,
Simon Seiden and H\ man Chabner;
Beth Jacob, 5. Joe Cohen and Mrs
Lena Mmtzes; Coral Way Jewish
Center, 7, Ephraim Dickstein; Flag-
ler-Granada, 3. Mrs. David Hertz
and Tom Fritsch.
Hebrew Academy, 2. Mrs. Nathan
Bookspan; Hialeah-Miami Springs,
2. Abe Fraidlin and Leo Celvan:
Israelite Center, 3. Mrs. Irving
Oeraoi and Max Harness; Knoseth
Israel, 5. Louis Dublin, I. B. Eisen-
s-tein and Samuel Rabinowitz; Mi-
ami Hebrew Congregation, 4, Jacob*
Rothman and Max Blumenthal.
North Dado, 3. Ben Miller; North
Shore, 15. Oscar Lclchuk and Jerry
Sussman; Southwest Jewish Center,
2. Hyman Sootin; Temple B'nai
Sholom, 2, Bert Weiner; Temple
Zion, 3. David Dresner; Torah Tem-
ple, 6. Mrs. Bessie Span, Morris
Samowitz and David Flatt; Both
Raphael, 2; Temple Emanu-EI, 35.
Dan Broad, Irving Schatzman and
Mrs. Miriam Press; Temple Beth
Sholom, 35. Mrs. David Denner.
Jack Fishman, Mrs. Effie Platofi
and Ben Berlin: Beth Israel, 5, Sam
Reinhard. Israel Mellman and Mau-
rice Goldrinc.

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In line with President Qsenbow
er's official proclamation of Oct.
M as "''nited Nations Day," Mayor
..Randall V Chritma this week ap
first campaign. The first goal will mtp(| ,[v N Mnms cnairman of
Christmas Designates Oct. 24 'UN Day';
Appoints Morris Observance Chairman
A personally inscribed "Voice
of Israel," new book by Am-
bassador Abba Eban. will be
the bonus given to workers
in High Holy Day drive to
help provide funds for Israel's
housing problm. This year's
goal in Greater Miami is to
sell enouah Israel Bonds for
building 150 housing units to
provide for influx of immi-
grants from all parts of world.
Units cost 53.000 each.
Mental Health
Program Slated
"Stand on Your Own Feet" is the
itle of a talk to be" given by Dr.
\rnold Eichert Tuesday evening at
he Bay front Park Library audi-
torium.
Dr. Eichert is administrator of
the new South Florida State Hos-
pital in West Hollywood.
His talk will be given in con-
junction with the showing of a
film, "Overdcpcndency," under the
auspices of the Mental Health So-
ciety of Greater Miami.
include specific funds for heart
and cancer research, education and
terVaCM, it wa-- decided by a un-
animous vote of the Fund's board.
The board took its cue from
practices and policies of United
Funds established in other cities
in recent years throughout the
country. Most recent record of
raising funds for "causes" which
have rtot boon included due to lo-
cal agencies refusing to join the
one-drive idea was carried out in
last year's campaign in the city
of Pittsburgh.
diving the history behind this
key decision by the board. Kimball
announced that both the American
Cancer Society's local board and
the Miami Heart Assn.'s board had
been invited to join the fund by
the United Fund's admissions com-
|>l'ch.,
t i||
Spt. 21
and 6 to 8
he Saturday
Vnter
WWer Schedule
5S ""-v win re
f** schedule Sunday.
"R"s"'"'l-'> from 10
of 1 ,'"" r,,*rch and
l Sum I r.-corda,
KZ ':"" 6 P.m.
pm daily.
Zamora Center Launches
Sunday-Hebrew Division
Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz Wednes-
day announced that Zamora Jewish
Center's religious schools will thi-
year integrate Hebrew and Sun-
day school classes into one school
for pupils desiring Hebrew as well
as Sunday school instruction.
"Soeh students will attend
twice week on Monday and
Wednesday or Tuesday and
Thursday, in addition to Sunday
mornings," Rabbi Hurwiti ex-
plained.
Pupils wanting Sunday school in
struct ion only will attend Sunday
mornings. Morry driver. Jewish
educator formerly of Chicago, la '"
charge of the unified Sunday He-
brew, school division, Rabbi Hur
witi said.
Miami's observance of the national
celebration.
On Oct. 24, Miami residents will
pause to pay their respects to the
international peace organization,
which ha- done so much to tether
the passions of countries abroad,
as well as to brine progress to
needy areas through such UN-
sponsored programs as United Na-
tions Educational. Scientific and
Cultural Organisation' (UNESCO
and United Nations International
Child Emergency Fund (UNICEF*.
Morris is a long-time leader in
veterans and civic affairs and
has boon a member of the board
of directors of the United Na-
tions Assn. of Greater Miami for
the past ton years, as well as its
treasurer.
He is leaving for New York,
where he will confer with execu-
tives of the American Assn. for the
United Nations, of which the local
UN group is a chapter.
Dr. Charles W. Mayo is national
president ol the organisation, and
Mr- franklin D. Roos.-v.lt is chair-
Amity Club Plans Social;
To Hear Renownod Surgeon
Amity Club of the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center will
met for a "Mardi Ocas" Sunday
evening at the Town Branch. 450
SW 16th avc. Program will include
dancing to a five piece hand.
Dr Jacob Sarnoff, New York
physician, will discuss "Fifty Years
of Surgery"' at a business meeting
of the club Tuesday evening at the
Beach Branch. 1536 Bay rd.
Unattached men and women be-
tween the ages of 25 and 39 arc
invited to attend
man of the board of governors,
with headquarters in New York
and over 200 chapters throughout
the United States.
Other municipalities in the
Greater Miami area are expected
to appoint United Nations Day
chairmen for their areas, and there
will be a county chairman to
Hialeah Center
Being Remodeled
Hialeah Miami Springs Jewish
Center is undergoing a remodeling
project, including installation of
complete air-conditioning for the
building.
The altar, a- well as other relig-
ious vessels, are being remodeled
to N- ready for the High Holiday
services.
Two beautiful Menorahs have
just boon donated, and they will
be lit for the first time at tho
first Holy Day service.
Sunday and Hebrew school be-
gan Sunday. Sept. 8. and regular
Hebrew classes were resumed Mon-
il.iv through Thursday from 3:30 to
ordinate the activity of the various |g .
municipal chairmen.
:
Mayor Randall N. Christmas sians proclamation designating
Oct. 24 as "United Nations Day"' in Miami. Looking on are
(left to riaht) Hy Morris, Mayor Christmas' appointee as chair-
man of UN observance here, and Prof. George K. Smart, of
University of Miami, president of Greater Miami UN Assn.


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William Ladany (left), vice president in charae of promotion
and advertising, and Henry Davis, vice president in charqe of
production, explain Wilno Kosher Sausaae Company's 65
years oi continuing succrss bared on strict cdherence to laws
of kashruth.
Gefilte Fish Adds Zest to Any Meal
In the fascinating lexicon of Jew
ish cookery, perhaps the best
known term la "gefilte fish." Cer-
tainly, no other dish appears on the
family menu with such frequency.
'. :h throughout the year and on
special occasions in the cal-
endar when a lively touch of good
is particularly in demand
of the most special oi these
is the approaching High
Holicla; traditional
i
1 nische-
tes the
Crown fcsfciHs
Kosher FacHities
:: announ-
: kosher
kosher
terin in all spe< ial occasions.
Jerry Sussrr.an. ( rown hotel nan
d i Ian ihal koaher kil
then i- being designated at the
: WD, stocked with new dishes
iilverware, in order to assure
(he strictest standards of kashruth
Hotel catering manager Jules
Slirtsky indicated that the
Crown's kosher department will
be under the supervision nf the
Greater Miami Balabatim Vaad
Hakashruth.
The Vaad meanwhile last week
made arrangements for one of the
tirst major ko>her functions
Whl n the Jl wish National
Fund Council of Greater Miami
hold- a dinner there.
Mas ,,t. were
Phillip Weiss, Vaad pre i let Dan
JNF Council president,
nan and Slansky,
hoice of families with a keen ap
Drecialion of traditionally HVOrj
flavor and quality.
To anyone who knows the de-
light of home-made gefilte fish
at its firsst, the leason for this
choice is quickly apparent. Man-
ischewitz Gefilte Fish captures
all the home-cooked taste and
quality that has made gefilte fish
the most enduring favorite
among traditional dishes.
Ma le to an old-time
d by modem pro-
. id qualit)
i .-li is
ol the freshest of
reshw rj ten-
its delight-
ion, to the use
if select* d fresh eggs, delivered
ight trt m the famous Vlneland,
V I egg auction to the Mani-chew-
tz Vineland plant; to the inclusion
n th.- recipe of the purest, gentlest
Of home kitchen -.a-omngs; and
above all. to (he (radi(iona) (ouch
Of Manischewitz cooking skill.
Ami since calorie-counting, for
so many of us, never takes a holi-
day. 11 is important to know that
Manischewitz Gefilte Fish is high
in proteins, yet amazingly low in
caloriescontains, in fact, only 70
calories per jumbo 2'2 oz. portion.
For (hose wi(h (he lime and in-
clination to "gild the lily." the
Home Service Department (if (he B
Manischewitz Company ha- creat-
ed a number of exciting new re-
cipes made with Manischewitz Ge-
filte Fish. Manj of these are in-
ml new recipe
booklet, which ma} la
I The
lewi-h Floridian, P 11 B "iTj
Mi imi is. Fla.
Wihto Kosher Co.
Marks 65 Years
Wilno Koshei i Company,
pioneers in koshi
products, l- now observing its 65:h
annivi I continuous opere>
ion
William La president
n charge ol prom ition and ad
ertising said Wednesday, Hurt "!h
rowtfa an mpany
u due to Ibree ear linal factors, ihe
+rict rftWerfince of k.:hvnih. citral-
ity and flavor "
Organized in 181,! during (he
World's Fair by the la(e Samuel
I.adany. (he company was consider
ed a forlre-s of ka.-hru(h. serving
primarily European Orthodox im-
migrants who settled in Chicago.
Gradually, the Wilno Kosher
delicatessen products became
known to Jewish communities
from coast to coast.
"Now during this solemn mon(h
of Elul. when Jewish people ev- '
erywhere devote some time to in-
trospection and religioua inventory.
I Henry Davis, vice presiden( in
I charge of production, has taken
(this opportunity to speak of the j
two Orthodox rabbis who are re-
Uponsiblc lor Wilno Sausage Com-
pany's traditional observance of
ka-hrutli. I.adany explained.
Itahhi R.iruch Rabinowitz, recog-
nized as one of the most outatand-
I ing Talmudic scholars of (hi
(ration, i- a descendant of a rabbin-
ical family in Lithuania He re
seived Smicha at an early age from
such renowned authorities a- Ral
Jacob Slutzker and Babbi Raphael
Shapiro, dean I the Wol.vmer
Theoli Rabbi
ESUea r Minster. In 1918, he oc-
cupied .1 n in
Vitebsk,
Rabbi Bit. Zion Ro-i nthal, re-!
ceived In- ordination fr.im Rabbi j
T/vi Yechazkel Mknelson, Plona-
ker rabbi and chief rabbi of War-
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.tfNMM'N KAmlH
ngress Women
13-Day Leader
eting Next Week
iBenjamin I Kamen, presi
: Florida Women'! Divis-
rican Jewish Congress,
iinnouncp'i that a three-
lership Training Institute
ikeld Wednesday and Thurs-
JVSherr> Ftontenac hotel
INi.m. to 3 pm, with ses-
bet to all board and com-
I wmbers.
topics under discussion
! School Kducation
Ground of Democracy;"
die East Proving Ground
icracy;" and "The Inte-
lOpportunity of De-
m*mbrthip mting
ild Spt. 19 in the Ru-
Intm of the Algiers ho-
111:30 p.m. with guest
Mrs. Anna Brenner
, irtmincnt (ttorney and
I turd member.
aham Schnce. national
steit and chairman of the
1 executive committee, and
el Aldersnn. national
the Women's Division,
'here to had the three-
Mr- i harlei P. Fein-
. vice president, Mrs.
Mrs Larrj Knedland,
it. arc chairmen of the
leaders participating
will be Mrs. Allen
program chairman, Mrs.
pOjurtin. president, Miami
d Mr- David Muskat,
Iwise-Brandeis chapter.
More-Business'
i Wefinesdoy luncheon
'lam Barkan gave a
forebusmi--" dessert
'wl Part) in the social
I hall ol Miami He-
brew ('ongrega-
I'-ion Wednesday
I afternoon at 1
|pm.
Mrs Harkan is
the newly-elected
president of the
I Sisterhood.
The party is
[open to all mem-
"xrv and poten-
"*l members of
organization.
1 *Acol Cenfer
\*S#t Activity
K" ,Au,"lla'y of the
li ,'(>n"t Den-
*t.rmeetmg of the
<*sri co,n Une ""
I Jerry Poncher
* *n,n.. Mrs. Sam-
tevea,!da>8( a"d m'
^-o, Mr,.
'wr:,o ihe--
w. who viMted dur-
""^ Gently, pre-
''Port
|p;hrman Mrs Hw
,,^^'comed all mem
""^"v members.
BB Women's Chapters Plan Meetings;
Chai Group Installation of Officers
Gilbert J. Be Ik in chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women will present a "star
light ball" Saturday evening at the
San Marino hotel.
The evening will feature dancing
under the stars to the music of Earl
Williams and his band, and pro
*esgMnal eeitertamwnent |

Eleanor Roosevelt chapter will
hold its first meeting of the year
Wednesday evening at the Alcazar
hotel. Convention delegates will
report on the Fifth District con-
vention.

Gilbert J. Balkin chapter is spon-
soring a buffet luncheon Wednes-
day. 1 p.m., at the home of Mrs.
Alan Tannen, 1524 Algardi ave.,
Coral Gables.

North Shore chapter will hold a
general meeting and games party
Monday noon at the North Shore
Jewish Center.

Coral Gables chapter will hold its
first meeting of the 1957-58 sea-
son at Hillel House. U of M cam-
pus. Tuesday at 8 p.m.
Gueat speaker will be Dr. Jack A.
Kapchan, assistant professor of
psychology. His subject will be
"Psychological
Adjustment."
Aspects of Marital
Gilbert J. Balkin chapter presi-
dent Mrs. Phil Kaplan has announ-
ced a general business meeting for
Tuesday evening at the Zamora
Jewish Center.
MS. Tlf I UMMff
Miami chapter's first meeting of
the new season will be held at Beth
David auditorium Tuesday evening.
The meeting will be followed by a
social hour.

Chal chapter, youngest member
of the B'nai B'rith Women's Coun-
cil of South Florida, will hold its
first annual installation of officers
and initiation of all members at
the Algiers hotel Tuesday at 8 p.m.
Mrs. Max Kern is chairman of the
day.
Mrs. Bernard Supworth. district",
representative, will initiate mem-!
bers^of thisnew chapter, and all
who areTWrHlWwifi" be presented
with Menorah pins. Mrs. Supworth :
will be assisted by Mrs. Harry
Keltz, vice president and member-
ship chairman of Chai chapter.
Mrs. Ida Optner, past president
of Miami Beach chapter, will pre-
sent a Menorah to the chapter. Mrs.
George Baltuch, president of the
Florida State Federation of B'nai
B'rith. installing officer, will pre-
sent the capter with a tablecloth to
be embroidered with members'
names.
Mrs. Norman Reinhard, president
of B'nai B'rith Women's Council
of South Florida will present the
chapter with a gavel in the name
of the Council.
Officers to be installed are Mrs.
Esther Lerman, president; Mrs.
Harry Keltz, vice president; Mrs.
Irving Laibson, treasurer; Belle
Rosenthal, corresponding secre-
tary.
Some 105 charter members will
be initiated at this affair. Amone
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers
will lead State of Israel Bond
Women's Division and local
sisterhoods in special selling
and collection campaign, that
opened this week for High
Holy Day housing drive.______
them are four school teachers, four
past presidents of JWV, a doctor,
a lawyer, three past presidents of
various B'nai B'rith chapters, and
a number of past presidents of
other organizations.
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New North County YMHA Launches
First Season with Nursery Opening
The MM North county YMHA
branch <>t the Greater MiaM lew
i-,h OoOOMinK] Canter officially
launched it~ lir-l season of activ
Ities with tin- optnilll "I it- nur-
erj school program Monday, II uras
nnounoed bj Mn Milton Sirkin.
president
i be program, for children from
three to sis j can oi .!-<. ii one oi
three -iich schools conducted hj
'i (' throughout the county, un
r the guidance i Mrs, l-'licl
super-
The neu brani h, l< i at< I al
NE 9th av< represents the lir>:
lull fit oup work and leis-
ure time i be offered by
GMJCC t" residents in the n i
: mty. GMJCC Is
Ihe official agencj ted bj
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion to provide these services to
the Jewi h communit) la th.'
i count:..
If receives financial support
through Federation from the
Combined Jewish Appeal and
has now also been accepted as a
member agency of the new Uni-
ted Fund.
in the next few weeks, announce-
ments will also be forthcoming re-
garding activities for children of
grade school age, for teenagers
Hadash membership installation brunch UfttSd SSSfSt SitoZ.
GMae' "' "* Ih" **>* f H-dassah in ul m,lcIcd hmling and obi
ami Beach Hiesday al 11 a.m. The fadlitie*
place will be the Aimer- hotel.
Mrs Rarve) Salomon will be in-
stalled dent, together with
her executive i ffio rs and board
members.
first grade in the Cincinnati public
schools, will handle the five to six-
year-old group in a readiness first
grade program.
Transportation to and'from this
nursery school to various sections
oi the North county area is being
provided by the YMHA branch in
it- own licensed vehicles driven by
licensed driver-.
COMMONT
BARBER si
2 iocitiok
16* Alton P.*
MIAMI BEACH
1*186 Collms AW
MIAMI BEACH
Mr.=. Samuel Simonhoff, president of Women's Division, Great-
er Micmi Jewish Federation, and Mrs. Samuel Basker and Mrs.
Samuel T. Sapiio, women's division leaders, depart for Israel
from Vienna following thr;e-day study of relief proarams be-
ing carried on for Hungarian and other Iron Curtain country
escapees in Austria Trio are part of survey mission of United
Jewish Appeal Women's Division, composed of 33 top women
leaders across U.S.
Deborah Hadassah To Install Officers
Enjoy Tetley Tea
At High Holidays
When holiday time comes
;il. the Jewish housewife is
busier than ever In addition to
hi r regular shopping chor -. she
remember to buy all the little
i ictras" that are necessary for that
ular holiday You can be sure
em that is always on her
- Tetley Tea.
Yes, among thousands and thous-
' fewish families, Tetley is
Rosh Hi
other holidays, but thi
F ir the a d
of Tetley Tea cannot be

In Tetley the finest quality teas
to give a p
ance in flavor and tea-drinki
Jewish pi
'' a hearty, refreshing
up <>t tea, and
have found that Tetley satia-
them in every way.
a matter of fact. Tetlej has
favorite in Jewish families
generations,
- make sure you have enough
Tea for the holidays. You
et Tetley m tea ba|
'' r hi .'. you buy it, the tl
- always then
1 at the verj first
etlej your family and l
nj guests Mho will be
i durum the bolidaj Y
l makes a meet welcome l
. I
Newly elected officers also in-
clude the Mesdemes Herbert Gut-
man, Rocky Pomerance and Sam-
uel Rubin, vice president; Ben
Seidler, corresponding secretary;
Emanuel Lorber, treasurer; Stan-
ley Schewel. record.ng secretary;
Kurt Enfield, financial secretary;
and Edward Lassman, social sec-
retary.
Mrs Joseph Shapiro, prmlilnul of
the Mum. Beach chapter of Ha-
dassah, will be in.-tallins officer.
Chairman in charge of program
for the i., i- Mn. Samuel Rubin
The -kit. written ha Mrs Harold
Wynn and Mrs. Rock> I'omerance.
m collaboration with Trixie Levin,
will have background music from
Pajama Game."
The nursery school at the
North County Branch has as its
head teacher Mrs. Esther Shrago,
graduate of the University of In-
diana, who served for several
years first as a nursery school
teacher and then later as head
teacher of the Beach Branch nur-
sery school of GMJCC.
Other teaching staff consists f
Mr- Yvette Cole and Mrs. Sally
Lynch, Mrs. Cole, besides her
training at the Ward Belmont Jun-
ior College and the American
oi Ballet, has a rich back-
ground of experience in nursery
schools locally. Mrs Lynch, a grad-
uate oi the University of Cincin-
nati, a former nursery school teach-
er. ., ml teacher of kindergarten and
IS
AUGUST BROS fty.
la trie a/isr'
SIMON SEIDEN
DIRECTOR OF
JEWISH FORUM ON THE AIR
WMIE 1140 on the Dial
On His 10th Anniversary On The Air
s Proud to Announce that His Program
IS NOW HEARD SIX TIMES WEEKLY!
Sunday 10 to 11 A.M.
Monday thru Friday from 11:30 A.M.
!
IE BETH-El HOLIYWOOD Synag<2ues *** below:
RABBI MINARD KLEIN
MIAMI BEACH
RABBI LEON KROrTSH
FORT LAUDERDALE
RABBI MARIUS RANSON
MIAMI
RBBI JOSEPH NflROT
WEST PALM BEACH
RABBI IRVING COHEN
C0RA1 GABLES
RABBI MORRIS SKOP
WORTH MIAMI
______ RABBI BENNO WALLACH
SOUTH DADE JEWISH CENTER SOUTH MIAMI
RABBI HERBERT BAUMGARD
TEMPLE BETHEL
TEMPLE BETH SH0L0M
TEMPLE EMANUEL
TEMPLE ISRAEL
TEMPLE ISRAEL
TEMPLE JUDEA
TEMPLE SINAI
Phone Hollywood 3-3131
Phone JE 8-7231
Phone JAckson 2-0189
Phone FR 9-1757
Phone TEmple 3-8421
Phone HI 8-8073
Phone PL 1-0234
Phone MO 1-3598
For your HOLIDAY PLEASURI
this savory, flavory
traditional dish
Such *eity good eating! Made witi
more whitefish... the gentlest of
seasoningsand the traditional
of Manischewiu cooking sluOrl
Gefilte Fish
. in its own natural broth!
TITUEY TEA
IN A GLASS.
Thai's the fine old Jewish way m(
joy cca at us finest...' flavor en
Tetley for fullest strength >nd I
larion ... richer caste and pie
served in a gits* or cup!
TETLEY TEA
Guarantied Ktit.tr-
j*aMi^>u
afabi Jocob Cakes
&e PRODUCT!
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L September 13,
1957
*J*risl>ncrk*arj
Page 5*
Conference Opens
New Season Here
The Conference of Jewish Wo-
men's Organizations of Dade and
Broward counties was to hold its
first board meeting of the fall and
winter season at the Roney Plaza
hotel, Thursday morning.
Mrs. Harry Rogers, presidtnt,
announced that all board chair-
men and offica/s, in addition to
all presidents of Jewish women's
organizations, were to attend.
< onference is presently conduct-
ing Leadership Training Work-
shops in some branch areas. Addi-
tional future workshops are sched-
uled for other branches. Leader-
ship training is an important func-
tion of Conference, and the Octo-
ber Workshops are annual events.
n Temple Beth Sholcm installa-
Laircrr. Saturday at Americana hotel are
SrWt to right) Mr=. Sol S. Pins. Siiter-
(pesidartt; Ralph Spero, Temple immedi-
Ipast pnsident; lack Wagnei. Msn's Club
beerd member; 3kit writer Trixie Levin; and
John Sarbin, Temple president. Seated are
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Granoff, Mrs. Jack Wag-
ner. Mrs. Louis Adler, pianist, and Mrs. Mich-
ael Mer3=l.
SPttOS PRESIDE
**-w^^^E
V
plans for all-officer installation and dinner-dance
i Bath Sholom are Geft to right) Ralph Spero, Temple
past president and co-chcirman; Mri. S"l S. Pine.
1 Sisterhood president; and John Serbin. newly-electsd
iprasident. Dance will take place at Americana hotel
revenina. Mrs. Raloh Soero H co-chairman of cdfair.
in Leader At NCCC J Meet
Joint Installation
For Beth Sholom
For the first time in its history,
Temple Beth Sholom will hold an
all-organization installation of offi-
cers and directors Saturday even-
ing at the Americana hotel. Offi-
cers and directors of the Temple
will be installed along with officers
and directors of every affiliate of
the Temple.
Ralph Spero. immediate past
president of the Temple, and Mrs.
Spero will serve as eo chairmen of
the function.
Presidents to be installed are
John Serbin, Temple; Mrs. Sol S.
Pine, Sisterhood; Mrs. Harry A.
Lack, PTA; Gerald Schainwck,
Mr. nd Mrs. Club; Mrs. George
Cohen, chairman, Young at
Heart; and Gail Pollack, Alumni
ID. Jjpj. n.i'ional execu
t rof the ( inadian Coun-
fOnsturis an I Jews, was to
I kuiche.w meeting far
i of the Florida chap-
I Conference of Chris-
[*- at the Roney Plaza
>y B-'njamin E. Bron-
i Bej-.-h realtor, was to
H*tt* luncheon.
|* ti discuss the inter-
faiporunce of the educa-
fWimf.-1,:.therhoodcar-
[Ike National Conference
"d Jew- throughout
Pates, Canada and Eu-
jf *N.w Jersey, Jonas'
1,1 "'' began in the
B^fc*r. H* has
asreciitod with the National Con-
ference since its founding in
1938 and helped to organiie the
New Jersey Round Table of the
MCCJ and ether chapters on the
east coast.
M. J. Karl, director of the Flor-
ida region. National Conference of
Christians and Jews, was to give a
brief summary of the organization's
work here.
Tfce/ Initiate Season
North Dade chapter of Women's
American ORT held its first fall
meeting at the home of Mrs. Jack
Carmel, 2040 Keystone blvd.. Key
stone Point, Wednesday evening.
Sidney D. Ansin. chairman of the
Temple board, and Harry A. Green-
berg, chairman of the board of ed-
ucation, will also be formally in-
stalled.
"In keeping with Beth Sholom's
tradition, music will play an im-
portant role in our installation
ceremonies Spero said. Partici-
i pating in a skit hailing the new of-
ficers and directors will be Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Granoff. Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Wagner. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Spector, Benjamin Berlin, Mrs. Irv-
ing B. Kaplan. Mrs. Sol S. Pine, Mr.
; and Mrs. Marvin Lewis, Reuben
j Levin, Mrs. Michael Mersel. Mrs.
Nathan Brenner. Mrs. Samuel Fa-
lick and Mrs. Jonas Brotman. The
skit was written and directed by
Trixie Levin.
Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual
; leader, will conduct the formal por-
tion of the installation. Beth Sho-
I lorn is now entering its 15th year
I of service.

N. Shore Begins
School Sessions
Formal classes for all depart
ments of the North Shore Jewish
Center religious school commenced
Monday, according to Nathaniel
Glickman, chairman of the relig
ious school board.
The Hebrew school, open to
children from eight years of age
and over, features the integrated
religious school program as rec-
ommended by the Conservative
movement. The students attend
classes three times weekly.
The Sunday school offers an
integrated ten-year course of
study, and is open ta children
from five yeers of age and over.
A daily nursery and kindergar-
ten will be conducted from 9 a.m.
to 12 noon for children from three,
four and five years of age, and
these classes offer an integrated
program of character and Hebrew
training.
Transportation is provided to
and from the Center for all class-
es. All departments are staffed
with licensed teachers. Religious
school program is under the super-
vision of Jerome B. Gordon, ed-
ucational director of the North
Shore Jewish Center. Registration
is still open in all department-
RABBI SHIMON A1ULAY
Former Israeli
To Teach Here
Rabbi Shimon Azulay, Israeli-
born educator, has joined the fac-
ulty of the Greater Miami-Hebrew
Academy. Rabbi Alexander S
Gross announced Wednesday.
He will be teaching Hebrew
grammar, history' and Talmud at
the Miami Beach branch, 918 6th
st.. and at the Zamora branch, 4*
Zamora ave.. Coral Gables.
Rabbi Axulay, a graduate of
the Teachers' Institute of Jeru-
salem, was associated with the
Youth Aliyah Department of the
Jewish Agency. He acted as
educational director of a Hadas-
5ah camp at Haifa for a period of
five years.
Arriving here in 1947. he was i i
structor of Talmud at the Toronto
Hebrew Academy and director of
the Hebrew Cultural Organization.
He also was director of Camp Ma-
sad in Toronto. Rabbi Azulay holds
a Bachelor of Arts degree from the
University of Toronto.
Author of many Hebrew article;
on Hebrew grammar and rhetoric.
Rabbi Azulay is now preparing a
book on Jewish history.
'L'Chayim' With
Calvert Reserve
The old year passes, and the New
Year arrives. This is always a time
of stock-taking and resolution mak-
ing. It is a time both of solemnity
and joy. And at such a time we
drink a toast to mark this impor
tant occasion.
It is therefore only right that
you should make a L'Chayim with
the very best naturally, Calvert
Reserve. For Calvert Reserve ex-
cels in quality and goodness.
No wonder more and more fami-
lies prefer Calvert Reserve both to
serve at home and enjoy elsewhere.
And you won't be a bit surprised
to find that wherever you go, what-
ever festive occasion you attend
whether it is a wedding. Bar Mitz
vah, anniversary, or club gathering
it is Calvert Reserve that is fa-
vored.
Yes, it is a pleasure to toast with
Calvert Reserve. It makes the oc-
casion more festive and expresses
the friendship and esteem of those
who give as well as of those who
enjoy Calvert.
So make sure you have enough
Calvert Reserve on hand for the
holidays, and when friends and rel-
atives drop in to drink a toast with
J you in honor of the New Year,
] make your L'Chayim with the fin
i whiskies.S.T.
Women Schedule
Area 'Fun Fesf
All adults ere invited to a lively
community "fun fest" as guests of
the Women's Division Chamber of
Commerce of Surfside, Bal Harbor
and Bay Harbor Islands Sept. 20 in
the Church by the Sea.
Mrs. George Valentine is chair-
man. Co-chairmen ere Mrs. B. H.
Duck man, Mrs. Armand Klein
and Mrs. AI Lesser.
Next regular meeting of the Wo-
men's Division will take place on
| Wednesday in the Bermuda room
! of the Americana hotel. Dutch
treat luncheon will be at noon in
] the coffee shop, and meeting at
1:30 will be followed by cards.
Sunday School Classes -How
In Session at Dude Heigftfs
Sunday school classes arc now In
session at Dade Heights Jewish
Community Center, 18180 NW 2nd
ave.
Faculty at the fully air-condition-
ed school includes Mrs. Helen Tish
man. licensed Sunday school teach-
er by the Bureau of Jewish Ed-
ucation. Accredited public school
teacher Mrs. Florence Muchnick is
also on the faculty.
Regular Meeting Tuesday
Sisterhood of Miami Hebrew Con
grcgation will have their first reg-
ular meeting Tuesday, Sept. 17. at
1 p.m., according to Mrs. Abraham
Barkan, pwnldnit. Rabbi Simon
April, spiritual leader, will speak.
The program will include a skit.

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* *v.a.Levn*>n. of 1575 Wa-hinq- ter. Registration is Sept. 18-20. cwcter-
&*.:* V oi Miami Adult Division whose modern counterpart is Israeli chain, has
.tod2nMCOrderl7hcnY wind vast baroque literature, including composx-
d* Mrs. Leven.cn'. aegii Tuse- tion. by Bach. Handel and Purc.ll.
DEADLINE FOR
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
FROM ORGANIZATIONS AND INDIVIDUALS
IS RAPIDLY APPROACHING
Please Call Mrs. Thompson at
FR 4-4366
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BY. .
1 J A
Birth Daw Buster and Geri Lou Silvarman
v Icomed another son. Jonathan, and if he's anv-
thine like his beautiful, flame-haired brother, ha
must lie an angel Grandparents Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph M. Rose will think so. anyway
Hsl and Rene* Gardner are expecting their
third little i lime around the middle of
"arch Since they b th Kll ; like 10 name it Tammy, (heir bid
< in tor a Djfrl They hIi. Hal the
-nave, good-looking drum-beater t"r the Fontainebleau. wno
to be seen dashing around town in a rousing red Jaguar .
Is that how it is, then- when the kittens come, the Jaguars {0
And It's a pink bundle for the George Simons Cindy Sue
Spreading the happy news mdparents Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Cohen.
It's very hard to catch up with Roddy when you do. you see why Her activities would leave anyone
breathless, but vivacious Roddy, who I think -
horseback, is used to a fast pace She's -pen: ., bus) summer
which included three weeks at the Huckleberrj Mountain Camp
Workshop in Hendersonville, soaking up writing craftsmanship and
< \changing ideas with fellow members of the pen trade .
Then on to Mexico with Nat, and a rendezvous with Councilman
Harold and Sally Spaet Mexico wasn't completely a pleasure
j:>unt for Nat, who wanted to inspect SODM -ewer -yetems while he
Mas there They arrived po-t earthquake.'' which certainly
-eems the best time to Inspect sew I systems Everything > just
been "'naturally" excavated, hasn't it? .
Pretty. 17 year-old daughter Judianne wasn't idle, either .
She spent the summer a* the I'M Dramatic Workshop, and played
the lead. Mary Todd Lincoln, in their production oi "Goodnight,
r Lincoln." which premiered here Prett) good for a girl Who's
a senior at (oral Gables High School tl < i Snappy Ginger,
ho is 15. had a wonderful time up at Alpine Lodge I .imp. in Men-
ti ne. Ala. .
Roddy, who', now back home at 845 Catalonia a\e also found
a new love this summersculpture She all MM for a schedule
i i sculpting and writing classes, plus, of course, her usual hard
ork for American Jewish Committee Y'know, talking to Roddy
mc the inescapable feeling that I'm not really living!
Dept. of International Relations Anna Brenner (Mrs. Ben)
Meyers, who has been attending a world conference of lawyers in
london and Dublin, found her 15 days in England especially me-
i lorable when she was presented to Queen Elixabtth Mr*.
Meyers is another one who must be able to Ret along with little
>ieep Besides being a prominent Miami Beach attorney and
a member of the Dade County School Board, she's also chairman of
the Israel State Bond Committee
Jack and Barbara Gordon will forsake their lovelv home at 48
I aim ave., Palm Island, in order to be in Israel especially for the
official opening of the new concert hall, the Frederic R. Mann
Auditorium Tel Aviv will be crowded with music lovers on
the night of Oct. 2. when the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra will
play host to four top musiciansLeonard Bernstein, Isaac Stern,
Piatijwrsky and Artur Rubinsteinand some 6.000 guests The
Orchestra will also play the prize symphony of a Hebrew University
student.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Fmley Binder, of Washington, DC. and their
four Children, J. Louis, Jeffrey, Jonathan and Ethel, left last r'rnt .v
'i the SS Statendam Cor an extended sta) in Israel Mrs
B.nder Is the former Ray Shochet, and the sister Ol Fred K. Shochet'
sher ol The Jewish Floridian
Saul and Sherle H.ber, of 1940 Bay dr.. left last Monday for a
|^ week vacation in Mexico ... Saul ,s the well-known builder
Mr. and Mrs. Jack M. Emmer, f 181 S Shore dr.. are leaving
i r an island hopping tour of the Nassau Bermuda region ...
Rabbi Isaac Lerer and his family have just moved into their
Ilfereth Israel, where they are members. ,un"lg dt
Rauban Greenbaum, who was 7 years voung on Sent R
toasted at a birthday dinner given him by bis wife .Scene wasX
AU.ers hotel, where sns Martin and Dr. Richard Greenbaum Jd
his wife, along with Dr. and Mrs. Lewis Glueckauf the M aT
and the Herbert Abrams gathered to hefp ce elKrt. < bcVu^
Wishers were the Herman Bill.uers, the Archie Brick., I he Rofae ,
Bursons, an.l Mr. and Mrs. Abe Booxbaum Ms, Mr .H m
Samuel Dreiser,. r and Mrs. Arthur Gerw.r,^! MUrr^ Oo,
eons, and the M.w Meisels And Mr. and Mrs Manni. c.hliX!
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Sa.mon and Mrs. Id, H.rri *" Sh'ldn'
Mrs. Louis Margulies, of 4170 Chase ave.. celebrated h*r hi^K
clay last Saturday with a luncheon, also at the Ale ers Lf'
were her sister. Mr,. Rose Freeman, and her nieTe' Suali, "f "5
with Mrs. Jack A.vin. Mr, J,.s Bloch, Mrt. H.^UM^t
Paul Allan Also Mr,. Henry Gewit,, Mr, David Konh.usar Mr,
Arthur Sl.toff. Mr, Milton Smith, and Mr, Harry Gre^ber, '
Partying, too. were Mr, tU Adl.r. Mr, Samuel Pomar.nc.
^ ?!%"" T*- H-rrV Sim0n' **" Jo* W"S Mr,'
Terry Sponder, and Mr, G-rg. Oilman ... And Mr. B*n Ch.sin
and Mr, Paul Pincw,, all of Miami Beach
recall
m o\
7 Society
Arline Perry Weds Jack Loewenst
Blush Pink Over White Lace Her
Miss Arline June Perry became Miami Sh< n,p_i
the hride of Jack Mayer Loewen- Ensilon Phi ,i ,^1
stein in a double rin? candle'icht Sigma Phi i,.s;0
reremnnv Saturday evening. Sent.
7. a' Beth David Synagogue. Rabbi
Yaakov R >senherg officiated.
The hride is tb? daughter nf Mrs.
Joseph Rnhinowitz. ttrTl SW 46th>
ter.. Miami, and the late Aaron
Perry The groom is the son of
\'rs. M Mever I.newenstein. of
hono-arv-
'' "si *w
' > IHta Pi ,
sional education honeW,
Kappa Tau
She i- ..,,, in
"relations nYnjirtment of te!
station wrv i
Mr. I oewenstetn is
Miami Beach High School i
ceived his d 'he Unh|
of Miami He is ,, WTVJtek
engineer, when the empfe.
The couple are spending
New York and Philadelphia, and
Saul 1 "ewenstein. of Daytona
Beach. Fla.
Given in marriage by her bro-
ther. Morton L Perry and her mo-
ther, the bride was attired in a
traditional wedding gown of blush. honeymoon in Nas-au and
pink over white hand-drawn alen-1 side at 6808 Vumuri. Coral
con lace and ice pleated marqui-
sette The fitted bodice was de-
signed with a high V neckline.
The gown featured long sleeves
to a wrist point, a completely re-
embroidered bodice with seed
pearls and iridescent sequins. The
bouffant skirt of marquisette was
highlighted by lace motifs and em-
broidered inserts. Her fingertip
French illusion veiling fell from a
hand made cap of matching lace.
Ardmore jne hride carried an arrangement
RS. JACK lOEWfNSTffN
Miss Goldman
Now Mrs. Pallot
Miss Ann Elaine Goldman be-
came Mrs. Norman S. Pallot in
Rabbi Leo Heim's study Saturday
evening. Sept. 7.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
of white orchids, stephanotis and
lily-of-thc vallev on a white Bible.
Maid of honor was Arlene Leon.
Mrs Frank Stephens, Jr., sister of
the groom, was matron of honor.
Bridesmaids, included Mrs. Larry
Hoffman, sorority sister of the
bride. Miss Priscilla Rosenfeld and
Mrs Sanford Gillis, the bride's cou-
sin.
Flower girls were Jane Abbey
Levin and Debbie Levin, cousins of
the bride. Mrs. Leon Labbie, bride's
cousin, was in charge of the guest
book.
Best man was Alan Rosenson,
and ushers included Frank Steph-
ens, Jr., the groom's brother-in-law,
Sigmund Miller and Way man
Hutchinson, Jr.
The bride is a graduate of Miami
Senior High School and was grad-
uated magna cum laude with an
AB degree from the University of
fOWiN COUI
Imported Lace For Mrs. Colen
M*S. H0KMAN HUm
and Mrs. Joseph Goldman, 1921
\V\ 7!Hb >t. The room's parents
are Mr. and Mis. Casper Pallot
5024 SW 6th st.
Newlywed Mr- Pallot is ., grad-
ual! Ol Miami Jackson High School
and Charron Williams Commercial
College and has been employed as
ary to the branch manager
of Occidental Life Insurance Cm
pen) of California.
Her husband received his Baehe-
lOTl and law degrees at the I'ni-
versitj ol Florida, when he was a
member of Phi Alpha Delta legal
fraternity and PI Lambda it
Cial fraternity. He il chairman of
""' l;'"t Bureau
masters in-
teroational and vice president of
the Downtown Mian
lub. He is an attorney practicing
law in offices in Miami
The intimate ceremony, with im-
mediate family attending, wa- fob
towed *a dinner (or the ,,,
of the bride and greon
After a nonevmoon trip along
*?"* "f "arid*, 'he couple
will be at home at 1010 E Ponce
de Leon blvd.. Coral Gables.
Mother-Daugkttr lunciSoon
at^n?nPhi KpS"n M,her* O*
mother-daughter luncheon and
ssr Se>,.Sa,urday at the <
Edwin Donald Colen and his
bride, the former Miss Judith Lois
Fial, are honeymooning in Cuba
and Mexico. They were married
Sunday. Sept. 8. at Temple Emanu-
El. where Rabbi Irving Lehrman
performed the 4 p.m. ceremony. A
reception and dinner followed at
the Saxony hotel.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Philip Fial. 1180 Bay dr.,
Miami Beach. The bridegroom's
parents are Mr. and Mrs. George I.
Colen, 940 N. Venetian dr., Miami.
Mrs Jewel Greenwald, sister of
the groom, was matron of honor.
Bridesmaids were Diane Fox and
I.ynn Brier. The bride 'a sister. Nat-
alie, was junior bridesmaid, and
Carol Sue Fishelman was flower
girl.
Ben Greenwald served as best
man. Ishers were Edward V. I.iis
Itig, Morton S Miller, Marvin L.
Popkin, Richard G. Fial ad Dennis
Berman. Paul A. Greenwald was
ringbearer
The bride wore a traditional
K0M11 of imported chantilly lace
nd pure sdk pakistan. The lace
bodice had a square neckline fash-
ioned in pure silk folds and short I
cap sleeves. The very full skirt
was fashioned of wide unpressed
Pleats and fell into a wide chapel-
length train which was topped by
a huge bustle bow.
H caught to a crown of orange blos-
i soms and fine tulle petals. She car-
ried a prayer book with two white
orchids and lilies-of-the-valley.
Her attendants wore ballerina-
length gowns in yellow chiffon, and
carried spray bouquets of yellow
and white roses.
The bride attended the Univers-
ity of Florida and now attends the
University of Miami. The groom is
graduate of Georgia Military
Academy. He attended the I
sity of Florida and served 1
I'.S. Army in Japan He pa
from the University of
school and 1- a pi ; .cing atl|
The con"''- w 11 reside
76th st.. Miami Beach,
Leiter Chosen
"Prince ChemU
Miami Unit of Junior Ha!
sponsored its first annual "I
Charming" dance Labor Da|
ning at the Robert Kichterl
Main event was the crow
a "Prince Charming" by M"|
Naff, vice president of llfj
Candidates v X*^
Miami Branch GHJCC: J
hun. Temple Kmanu-El
Adults; and Al Leiter, BelaJ
Young Adults
Laltar was voted "JH
CharminB, IW *ni
with an inscribed key ^
crown.
Active in Beth David
Adult IcnterthaAJ
month for a six-month Worj
Junior Hadassah will-
dance Yum Kippur night.
'Howdy Lahntiman' fl
Of Umple lion Hm
A night of fun. *"*< H
tainment is hem* P1""^
pie Zion Sisterhood Saturdal
"Howdy La""1*01'" 'J
theme of the evening, dunnei
newcomers to '' *'"ftl
chance to get t-gethe '0 U 1
the good old days in "
North. West and nud^
The affair will beheld*"
Zion. 5720 SW 17th it


w September 13.
1957
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MS M/D/FH ABIOTT
Abbotts Reveal
Judith's Betrothal
To Med Student
Mis* Judith Ann Abbott and Bcr-
nard J. Fogel met four years ago,
and now they are engaged.
Bride-elect i% the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Harold S. Abbott, 3530
Crystal .View ct. Her fiance is the
OH of Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Fogel
2439 SW 23rd ter.
An Oct. 13 reception at the home
of the bride-elect will honor the
couple on the occasion of their
betrothal
Mi-s Abbott graduated from
Whitefield School and attended the
1 niversity of Florida for one year
She is now a junior at the Uni-
versity of Miami, working toward
a Bachelors degree in education.
Mr. Fogel graduated from Miami
Senior High School, attended Em-
ory University, where he WRI I
member of Tau Ep.iilon Phi fra-
ternity, and the university of Mi-
ami. He is now a freshman at the
U of M medical school.
The couple are planning a June
8. 1958 wedding.
Pago 7-B


David PTA To be Installed
jKYaakov Rosenberg will in
Iafficers of Beth David Syna-
\PTA dun:.- servicet Friday
|ft iVumr ;ire the Mes-
jfory President to Give
I and Make Citations
pBrtpon nn the Jewish War
Hfc national (invention held
|tt Italy meetiik ol the Depart
I d Florid i JWV Auxiliary
jn in St. Petersburg'! Shera-
Pta hot.!.
it Department president of
|jni>h War \ el.Tans Auxiliary
^ Ted Linga*n will make the
She will also present cita-
fto local auxi ..tries.
CONCERT PIANIST
I ACCOMPANIST
AVMAIIC FOR TEACHING
AM ACCOMPANYING.
Ihtutnt, Individual Approach.
1 bat or Mine. HI 14445
dame Nathan Dubler, president;
Meyer Forer. fir>t ice pre-uient:
Bernard S. Leffler, second vice
president; Robert Purisch. treas-
urer: Harry Zuckerman. financial
secretary; frving Bayer, recording
secretary; Harry Cypen, correspon-
ding secretary
Board member* inducts the
Mesdamet Danial Cloooman, Jos-
eph Feld, Rubin I dels, Bernard
Kantor, Harold Pont, Barnard
Roitar, Homer Rievman, Louis
Schwartiman, Barnard Segal and
Jaromo Starn.
First meeting of the season will
be Monday evening in the Beth
David auditorium. Mrs. Morris
Kleiman, past president, will de-
liver the invocation. "Beth David
Then and Now" is the theme of the
program in the form of a play writ-
ten by Mrs. Meyer Forer.
Mrs. Bernard Segal will render
the musical background, and Mrs.
Nathan Dubler will preside. New
members will be presented by Mrs.
Bernard Leffler.
J
*',' :&*?' 'wr ifauj*- % nut ***.
Mrs. Irving Firtel arranges Holiday table to be meeting Wednesday at Crown hotel. Theme
portrayed ot Hebrew Academy Women's of afternoon will be "Our Haritage."
EXCELLENT COOK
jKSHT HOUSEKEEPING
JMlTT.Mt ON MIAMI BEACH
[1C0OK DINNES FOR ADUITS
Mnh, JJ 1-6104
AMERICAN ISRAELI
WLIGIOUS STORE
L2?-**SH|NGTON AVE.
l BEACH je UT7T2
B5?".Ta,e,,n "'onm A
-*-o Kptrt .. itch a Jewelry
Miirachi Women to Moot
Orah chapter of Mizrachi Wo-
men's Organization will held its
first meeting of the season Tuesday
evening at the Town Branch of the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
("enter. 450 SW 16th ave Mr*.
Irene Miller, president, will pre-
sent Mrs. Ida Karger. Mizrachi rep-
resentative.
Srandois Women's Club
I-ouis D. Brandeis women's club
held its first meeting of the year
at the Sands hotel Monday. Mrs
Harry Schuldiner was presiding of-
ficer.
Sessions Opined, Registration
Continues Through Friday
Beth David's nursery, pre-kinder-
garten, and kindergarten began
school Sept. 3, and will accept reg-
istration of students through Fri-
day at 2625 SW 3rd ave.
Program integrates both secular
and religious training. Staff in-
cludes Mrs. Ben Fogel. head teach-
er; Mrs. Sidney Richman, pre-kin-
dergarten teacher; and Mrs. Lester
Saal. nursery school teacher.
Academy Women To View Skit
Beth Sholom Ladies
Set Skit at Opener
First social event of the season
of the Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Sholom will be a paid-up member-
ship tea Wednesday afternoon in
the Temple banquet hall, according
to Mrs. Sol S, Pine, Sisterhood pres-
ident.
Mrs. Harry W. Greenbera.
membership chairman, i in
charge of arrangement*, and
Mrs. Charles Silvers, program
chairman, will present the fea-
ture of the afternoon, a playlet
written and produced by Trixia
Lovin, 'The Life of Bridie Mur-
phowitz."
The cast consists of the Mes-
damea Norman J. Russ. Jack Wag-
ner, Fred Sheldon. William Plaf-
son. Nathan Brenner. Michael Mer-|
Ml, AJ PckIviii. Wolfifl Cohen, Tom-
my Gerard, Harold Druker, Joseph
Lipaky and Louis Adler.
The initial meeting of Hebrew
Academy Women will take place
Wednesday noon. Sept 18. at the
Crown hotel. Mrs. Benjamin Appel
will preside.
Mrs. Appel announced that all
summer projects chairmen will
render reports at the meeting. Mrs.
Sidney Rubinowitz. New Year cards
chairman, will report on the prog-
ress of her project. Mrs. Isidore
Spolter. yearbook chairman, will
also speak.
Binyan Banks will be distrib-
uted by Mrs. Joseph Shapiro,
chairman, and plans for the
forthcoming membership tea will
be discussed.
Mrs. Henry Wernick, program
chairman, and Mrs. Irving Firtel.
co-chairman, will present a drama-
I tic skit. "Our Heritage The pres-
entation will depict the tradition*
[ol the High Holy Days as handed
down through the generations.
Participating in the program will
be the Mesdames Joseph Rackov
sky. Henay Wernick, Aaron Lauer
Samuel Reinhard, Harold Reinhard
Isidore Dyckman and Joseph Zem
el. Al>o, July and Richard Rein
hard.
MARTHA REDDING
Jvlliord Carneiit Pianist Soprani
ANNOUNCES THE OPENING
of her Stedie for Piano and Voice
1771 N.W. 135th Street. Miami
CAll MU 1 8451
ATTENTION NORTH DADE RESIDENTS
RENEW YOUR DRIVERS LICENSE AT
NORTH DAOE DRIVERS LICENSE AGENCY
Wl 5-1372 1790 N.E. 163rd St. North Miami Beach
Notary Public Photostats
RENEWALS OUT OF-STATE TRANSFERS
HOTEL... MOTEL... HOME
& APARTMENT HOUSE OWNERS
W (r her* to re yeu wrH. COMPLETE LINE OF LINENS
* CANNON SHEETS BLANKETS SPREADS
* PILLOW CASES BATH TOWELS
DISH TOWELS
DRAPES CURTAINS BED PADS RUGS
TABLE CLOTHS PLASTIC GOODS
Connon Womiutto PioMcrott Pacific
AIR CONDITIONED
Miami Hebrew Book Store
1585 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach JE 8-SS40
Hebrew Religioua Supplies for
Synagogue!. School* A Private Uae j
ISRAELI A DOMESTIC GIFTS
< bla*kstone
flower shops
te serve yee
24 hours
pbeet JE 8-1591
* HU tSMNOL
MIAMI
WHOLESALE
CRPORATION
a. MMTf. PR!
127
N.E. 9th St.
PR I-I7I7
ANKIM
Study piano with a Highly Skilled
Concert Pianist and Teacher
^let u. ~~ JwlHUrd Graduate
*'pc"iWran, Advlt.. Performer. ALL LIVfL
I"* FRIEDA FELDMAN
"21 N.I. ITtth Tarr. Marth Miami Baaeh
MR. BUSINESSMAN
and MRS. HOUSEWIFE
we tm P '' '"
nitere, reel, l.'neei, eolfeme jew-
elry, lornpl-moit awfftfctal
yeu cannot eie or soil I .
PROCEEDS GOING TOWARD TMI
SUPPORT OF THE 4 DISTINGUISH-
ED OLD MEN AND WOMEN AT THE
JEWISH HOMI EOt THI AGED.
Please ariee If te es er coll omt
Mr. Slhtrmm far rick up ef
THE THRIFT SHOP
M. 1-3W 514* Nf Saal Awe.
Opea every **l <*
Claead Fridays and Saturdays
ATTENTION wa CONSUMERS
THE UNITED BAIABATIM VAAD HAKASHRUTH Of GREATER MIAMI
hereby aervea notice that it can verify the Kashruth ONLY of those
establishments that have the VAAD LICENSE. All Vaad Supervised
poultry must have a apecial Vaad Seal bearing. Vaad name. Be sure
of Kashruth look for VAAD SEAL.
and
Isabel and Katie
invite you to their
e 9TT6H Cbfagi
DRESS SHOP
"Stylti f Distinction at Prictt You Ukt"
Plenty of
free
parking
front
nd rear
1031 71tt ST.
SALE ON
ENTIRE STOCK BATHING SUITS
BEACHWEAR SPORTSWEAR
UN 6-
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Locust bros Rv#
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SUNSHINE FASHIONS'
Tea. U.S. pet. off.
MIAMI MIAMI MAC* FT. UUDEROAU VrlST PALM IEAOI


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IFnER TO THE EDITOR -
Rabbi Hails Miami's United Vaad
ECiTOR, The Jewi u- ;i period oi ab -w'. l!
1 have served the community i:i
;> of rabbi, in i!>
ishruth, as th i rail
ri ctor of the Great) r lliam V
hruth. With the assist
ol i group oJ
B shgiehiffl (*:
bs. u/otected the consum
ill. Kosher product again I mis
rentation in Kashruth. an 1
the hone.-t and reliable dealer
-I unfair competition. I have
I the confidence ol the pub
lie, and the) were convinced thai I
onl) one way: and that i- the
, rah-Way."
We did not solicit for end
ments. and not all Kosher establish-
ts were supervised, nor endors-
ed by ii- A numher ol establish-
ments who wanted our endorse-
ments were refused because of the
special type of Hashgocho, "Hash
i Tmidism." the) would hav<
ave; and cur finance.- were lim-
ited.
We took no money from any
butcher exceot when a special
Hcshgocho was needed, and time
and again we were approached
by stores for endorsements but
we had to refuse them since wa
VMM unable to five our endorse-
ment by the supervision f th?
visiting .Vashc^ch.
Ify (in, .'- In
pervisi
all in.it
theeki

the "I
,i my days, as well .>- mj ni
In the meant
In vie* ni
burdens teaching
adult classes ra even-
ings, nidance and advice
to members and worshippers, an-
swering interviews, attending to
c inference in additi
ether rabbinical duties, the ifficers
of my s) nag igue, Beth 11
< up
siner direct connections with
the Kashruth
and to give im ryna-
As for the community Kash-
ruth problem, it is mv plei'uie
to present t-* you the United
J^ctr Ba'a'.-'im Vaad Hakashruth,
wh=ch was o'flaniied for this pur
pore. This is a lay organization
cempored of representatives of
eve-y oroup o- congregation that
has -n i-'erest in the promotion
and profection if Kashruth in
Greator Miami
Tin In. 1 have ap|
public t.> unite and work I >
1 only oneor-
for the promotion and
: .-, oi Kashruth II appears
:.i me and. I a -i overjoyed
it. that this i- -|h.' organia
i/ation
over-all representation" in
rh i H Kavshruth.
I am doubly happy over the lact
that th- Officers "I Connreitation
Beth Tfilah. mv congregation, are
actively interested in and connec-
ted with the work of the Vaad.
This Vaad will. I hope, strengthen
Judaism and hrina honor to our
community. It is. thu-. my ardent
..lid prayer that every organ-
or congregation to whom
the name of God is holy, the name
rah i -acred, and the name
it religion i> respected, will give
a helping hand to this United Bal-
in Vaad Hakashruth.
As for rrvaelf. I wish to an-
nounce to the public that I do
not give any personal supervision
now to any poultry markets,
butcher shops, hotels, restaur-
ants, caterers or any Dublic in-
stitutions in Greater Miami. Any
such claims are unfounded. No
Masgichim should claim now any
personal supervision under my
name, as I do not give any per-
sonal supervision.
Friday, September la,
CAWOff JOSfMI MALIK
Cantor Malek at
Zamora Center
Cantor Joseph W. Malek will ren-
der the musical portion of the lit-
urgy at High Holy Day service- oi
Zamora Jtwish Center. Nathan
Davidow, president, and Arthur
Deutch, chairman of the religious
committee, announced Wednesday.
Cantor Malek is a lyric tenor and
has served in the past as cantor of
Temple Judea. Temple Sinai, and
Torah Temple.
A graduate of the Brandeis
Fin* Arts Institute, he was se-
lected to give a series of concerts
in behalf of th* State of Israel.
Poul Irwin, son of Mr. and
Mis. Jsrome M. Wolf son, 4615
Alton rd.. will become Bar
M.'lzvah Saturday. Sept. 14,
at Beth Israel Conqreqation.
Rabbi H. Louis Rottman will
officiate. Paul is an eiqhth
qrade student at Nautilus
Junior Hiqh Schocl.
Victor Alan, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Max Fishman. 2734 SW
36th ave.. will become Bar
Mitzvah Saturdqy, Sept. 14,
at Beth Dcvid Synagoque.
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberq
will officiate. Eveninq recep-
tion and dinner will be at
diLido hotel.
I am now supporting and help
inn the Cnited Balabatim Vaad Ha-
kashruth. Any establishment or or-
: ganization wishing to have kosher He has served as secretary of the
upcrvision. should apply directly |tanlors A*"- of Greater Miami
to the Vaad, and anyone who wish ;',nd was a member of the famous
es information regarding Kashruth Cantors' Chorus,
should call the Vaad office, JE Canior Malek will chant the
1 5524- [Selichot services Saturday evening.
In conclusion, let me thank thejSePt- 21. Habbi B. Leon Hurwitz,
members of the Congregation Beth spiritual leader of the congrega-
Tfilah, and all my friends in Great- j Hon. will officiate, assisted by Rev.
er Miami, for the confidence they | Rudolph Brill,
have given me until now; I hope
they will do the same in the future.
Wishing you all a healthy, happy
and prosperous New Year.
Life Begins at |
At BJackstone Hot
Time to retire^ You're over,
Then you re ready to start lh
again, says Michael Sossin i
Sossm is director of tne mJ
stone hotel fr retired and
retired folk, which has been
Florida's hotel haven for Gok
Age groups.
Low hotel rates includs thn
lull meals daily, and a m*d*,
program of social activities ,j,
ed for companionship, fri^
and happiness. Chief purpot,"]
the Blackstone is to banish
liness.
"Loneliness can be the
painful 'disease' in the wori
Sossin said. "When children m
away from home, older folk
sometimes left with little but m,
ories. But at the Blackstone
have a real home-away-froavfee]
where these older people
new friends and find new ml
ests."
Over the past si\ weeks, th.
weddings have taken place at I
hotel. This is not unusual at L
Blackstone, where nun guesu,]
it happens, far outnumber j
An unusual health program j
the hotel includes a
clinic every Tuesday af
where* for small fee
guests can be physically ch
The resident nurse at the Bit
stone is a trained prof
who is on call 'round-tht-ck
Extra features are Monday uj
movies and lectures on better l
to health, and afternoon and i
ning classes in music, mi
dancing, oil painting and wa
colors.
RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY
Theodore Baida
Is Bar Mitzvah
Theodore Stanley, son of Mr. and
Mr.-. Louis Baida. 1959 SW 12th it.,
will become Bar Mitivah during
Saturday morning services. Sept.
14. <{ Miami Hebrew Congregation.
Rabbi Simon April will officiate.
Theodore attends eighth grade at
Shcnandoah Junior High and re-
ligious school at Miami Hebrew
Congregation.
His parents will be hosts at Kid
dmh following the Bar Mit/vah
cerenmn;
Out-of-town guesti will include
Mr. and Mr- Nat Blacker. Summit.
N.J.; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Perlei and
Mr>. Ida Meyers, th? Bronx, \ V..
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Panics-. Phil-
adelphia, Pa ; Mr. and Mrs. Al I'oel. '
It. Petersburg, Fla : and Jules
Baida and nephew, Alan, A-'oury ,
Park. N.J.
Two lectures Scheduled
How to Conquer Your Itustra-
will he the topic of a lec-
ture by Dr. Abraham Wolfson Sat
urday, 8 p.m., at the Spinoza Out
Forum. 11th st. and.Ocean ct.
Dr. Jacques Fresco, Miami psych >1
will -peak at 8:30 p.m. A
question and answer period will
folios? the lectures.
He vey. son Qf ^i- and Mrs
David Don, 7609 Carlyle ave..
was Bar Mi'.zvah Saturday
morning. Sept. 7, at North
Shcre Jswirh Center. Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz officia-
ted. Harvey is a student in
rehqiovs school of Canter and
attends Nautilus Juivoi Hiqh.
Gables ORT Chapter Meets
Regular meeting of c oral Gables
chapter. Women's American ORT.
tm held at the home c. Mrs shd
don Kay, 251 Shore dr. E. Bay
Heights, Wednesday evening.
Israelite Center
Finishes Chapel
The Israelite Center is now
: reaching the completion stage of
its new sanctuary that will seat
comfortably some 400 persons The
sanctuary, offices and rabbi's study-
are completely air conditioned.
Provisions have also been
made for a chapel, where daily
services will be held. An adjoin-
ing patio has been constructed,
* woll M a complete remodel-
ng ,ob done on the existing
biulding.
In the event of an overflow, there
|-a combined total of S00 addition-
J teatjlavaltable. making theovar-
all seating capacity of some 700 Dr
Phillip Sawelton and Ben Segal'
building eo-chalrmen, said
nesdm
nal dedication oi ihe new
-am-tuary wdi be m November.
Hollywood School Lists Class
Schedule in AH Departments
I Hollywood Temple Belli s
I'/!"' kannou"-!
ced It M
EJi Olatky, principal, noted that
youth group terrice and breakhul
.' "" How. from
10 am. to 12 BOOB
,.N'" Monday through
[""' I'"m9am. to 12 noon "
irZ->\J'T meet twlc
I from 3 to 6 p.m.
Confirmation and pre-confirma-
:tion classes are held Wednesdas-
from to U p.m. Junior congrega-
t.on sen-.ces are Saturday morn-
I tags at 10 a.m.. beginning Oct 19
Goodman Hadassah Schedules
Thursday Meet al Beach
I. R Goodman group of Hadassah
was to meet Thursday at the San
Marino hotel, with Rosh Hashona
and Yom Kippur holidays high-
lighted
Mrs. Anna Weiss was to give a
review on the I nited Nations and
Israel Marguerite Marx was to
discuss recent American affairs,
and Bertha Zolin was scheduled to
present a review on "Life of Chaim
Nachtm BiaUk."
Chamber Groups
To Install Officers
Friends of Chanrber Music of Mi-
ami will install new officers at a
nieetirvr; f lls ^^^ of dir#ctors
Tuesday evening in Central Music
''" ) W. Klagler -t
Robert S. Kisthw is strosisWnt.
Others are Burton T. Wilson, vice
president; Lawrence Friedman,
treasurer; Ernest A. Sitverman,
secretary; and Mrs. A. F. French,
assistant secretary.
Program for the IBS"48
include I Soloisti dl Zagreb. Nov.
lbenen Trio. Dec 4; Ori Her
Quartet, Jan 22. 18M; Ama-
des String Quartet Keb. :i. and
I Hollywood String Quartet, Mar. 12.
n to concerts is on a
membership baa i nry tn charge
ol Information is Lawrence Fried
man a! 08 W Klagler st Miami.
Spanish Course Offered
Women'i DsvMoa chamber of
( oi nerce of Surfside. Bal Har-
bour and Bay Harbor Islands is an-
nouncing a Spam-h class for begin-
ers on Monday and Wednesday
from 7 to 8 p.m. at the Beach
Houaa, 93rd si and the Ocean.
Cantor Tessler
At Beth Raph<
Beth Raphael Congregation
nounces the appointment of '
tor Isidore Tessler for High
")ay services
eill assist
\rie Becktr,
tual leader
he congregatij
Cantor Te
us been affi
ed with t|
ireat Synafl
n Los An
Cal.; Madis|
l.i-h Cente
Flatbush. Bn
on. iv.; and other prominenti
gregations.
Prior to his arrival in the l^
ho was cantor in Budeptst
other Hunjsary synaoooues.
Julius Sapero. Beth Raphael |
ident, announced Wednesday
congregation Baal TfOah A
Perl will officiate at High Hoi>
Shachrit services.
According to Ralph Krieg^
reaary. tickets are still avaiuw
the congregation's office, i
3rd ave.
BuadiftgFroor*.
Hears CompletK
In line with the pro|re
growth of the N. IMde^mmu
the building and remodeling j
North Hade Jewish Centeq
tinuhig at a rapid fi
to Max Greenburg. chairman ot
building committee. I
The facade of the building J
Dixie hwy ha- **?** "
tered. and torn of noer
plants will soon hep**^
, The front p^t-o has been".'
a play area for the k ndeJ ^
and will be isirroiitW W
hede .hr <>nl
Inside the NB**J5fl
social hall wiU J^^jS]
well as the <***2J1 W\
*"* *<&+
has begun on the JF he,
foyer, which will P^'" d,i
trance on the **
the building. itfriB|
The entire builds I^J
scheduled to be compleleO
for High Holidaj


. member 13. 1957
* knislfkridTfrn
Jaycee Chief on Mfami Tour;
Leadership
^L Meron. president of Ihe
'ftnior Chamber ct^Om-
, arrived in Miami Tuesday as
-Jill west of I he Miami Jay-
t?Tgue8t at the Ocean
Lh hotel Miami is one of the
f!n.ry stop, ior the b-
Ijjees president on his one
ilk tour.
to.31ycar-old rttornty, b
, of the founder- oi the Jaycee
lenient m Israel In 1955. A
Intew i-I Aviv he
n,,-< leu rh-gre*- fronvthe
, |ns iwo pi ivate law offices,
, |R Ti" 'ne ",nC1' ">
|filV Ol :1 ",S |8W
nine- rations and
Sigcc coming to Israel origin-
j 1936 from Koenigsbery,
jay, 'Meron ha* worked
jppcit his widowed
*rnd also to educate him-
llf. H served f"r two year*
I the Israel Defense Army, the
icond er as Israel Air Force
Kutor.
|b Jaycee cin lea, Moron is
is in example of a young
man who "Rets the job done." As a
founder of the Israel Jaycee move
ment, he was the first vice presi
dent in charge of internal affairs
The Israel- Junior Chamber now
numbers over 450 members.
As national president. Meron
*lso serves as local.prcsident of Tel
Aviv. During his present tenure
djGUST BROS RvF
i* It the BEST/
of office, four new chapters have
been established in the cities of
Jerasataa, Mathanya, Haifa and
Rishon-Le Zion.
Speaking of the need for Junior
Chamber in his country, Meron ad
via*! that "the Jaycee movement
has given us a golden opportunity
tor leadership training, something
that is very much needed in a
young pioneer country like [graft]
Meron spoke to the Jayc(
their regular dinner meeting Tues-
day evening at the Ocean Ranch
hotel. He was also to'be a lunch-
eon uuest Thundaj Oi the- Beach
Jaycees in the Miami" Beach Fed-
eral bldg.
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Spurred by the ucce i <.f their
British company, Chester Barrii
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Ing influence "f Ital ling on
fashions in the United state-.
Raymond i nd fctyn Ackerman.
SOIM of Simon Ackerman. have pur-
chased I .'(.">.nO0 square lout factory
in Carrara, Italy, for the production
of handmade men's ready-to-wear
clothing, it has been announced by
Raymond Ackerman.
The new plant, to be operated as
an integral part of Chester Barrie,
Ltd., with Myron Ackerman in
charge, will begin production with-
in a six-week period, utilizing the
extremely fine lightweight Italian
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in revolutionising men's tastes and
dress habits in this country.
The suits, slack* and sport*
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Hitherto, the work of Italian de-
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through Italian custom tailors,
Ackerman explained.
The new plant, which currently
employs about 200 skilled crafts-
men, has been completely realign-
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I a training center for tailors and
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Paae 10-B
vJewistiflcrXfian
Friday, SepitmUr ,,
Fund OK's Heart, Cancer
Aid-If They Spurn Drives
julis uumi
Continued from Peo* 1 6
elude the two causes the board
said:
This nw United Fond it a
givers organii Jtion. Many giver*
have asked for the opportunity
to help fight cancer and heart
disease through their contribu-
tions. We want to be certain to
point out that we believe that
both the American Cancer So-
ciety and the Miami Heart Assn.
are doing fine work in our com
mvniry in their fields and we
wrsh to support these programs,
bvt we must allow our contribu-
te take part in this fight
Beach Fashion Guild Marks Tenth
. Anniversary at New York Affairs
The idea of
ine the nunufactow *bem
they buy their merchandise all
year round will present a new twist
in relation.- when the Men's Fash-
ion Guild of Miami Beach cele-
brates its 10th anniversary at the
Hotel Commodore in New York
The members of the Guild play-
ed host at a reception and dinner
Tuesday night at the hotel.
More than 125 manufacturers,
mill executives, and local retailers
attended the function, according to
Joseph Linn. Men' Fashion Guild
president.
Miami Beach Mayor Kenneth
Oka had accepted an invitation to
speak at the dinner, according to
Linn, who said that Hon. Abe
Stark, president of the New York
City Council, would officially
represent Manhattan at the af-
fair.
Details of the function were
handled by a committee headed by
ette. Mickey Have- Irv
:r.; Berlin. Larry Hoffman and AI
Leslie, all of Miami Beach.
"Because thi- i- the 10th anniver-1
>ar\ of the Guild's founding, the i
members decided to go all out in |
staging a special event to display
our appreciation to manufacturers
and suppliers who have cooperated
with us in making Miami Beach the
leading IS. style center for men's
resortwear through the years."'
Linn said
He revealed that the Guild also
will stage its annual beefsteak din-
ner in Miami Beach in November.
An annual event since 1947. the
dinner brings together men's ap-
parel retailers, government figures,
and civic leaders.
During its 10-year history, the
Guild has pioneered in th* pro-
motion and merchandising of re-
sort fashion, employer-employee
relations, and community service
activities in South Florida.
To date the Guild has contrib-
uted more than SI8.000 to Univers-
ity of Miami scholarship funds and
to other local charities.
I-ast winter the Guild subscribed
a $10,000 contribution, over a per-
iod of five scars, for a room in the
Guild's name at Miami Beach Mt
Sinai Hospital.
against these diseases through
their single gift.
"The UBUdd Fund is only inter-
ested in raising vital funds in our
community through one drive, and
dona not wish to control or dictate
how an organization will serve the
public welfare."
The hoard's statement went on
i say that "funds so raised in the
initial campaign will be offered to
the local units of the American
Cancer Society and the American
Heart Assn. provided they agree to
fONgO -eparate campaigns.
"If such funds are formally de-
elined, the I'nited Fund will create
.i special committee which will in-
clude competent medical author!
ties in its membership to evaluate
request- from local institutions for
the use of the mone>
John B. Turner, volunteer chair-
man of the I'nited Fund's drive,
which gets under way Nov. 17, had
thi- to say about the inclusion of
the two cause-
"The United Fund neither has
nor does it desire the authority
to forca an apency to affiliate
with the United Fund. This sort
of authority is not consistent
with democracy or common
sense.
"In the final analysis, only the
givers of the community have the
right and the authority to enforce
the one This they may do by giving or
withholding their giving and their
volunteer services. This is undis-
putably their right and their pnv
ilege to so exercise."
Turner expressed the wish that
the two local organizations con-
cerned would join with the fund,
and he also emphasized his belief
that the two groups were doing
fine work in Dade county in fight-
ing these diseases.
Officials said the United Fund
will maintain its "open door" pol-
icy under which any national agen-
cy meeting simple eligibility re-
quirements may become affiliated.
No agency has been or will be de-
nied the right to apply for consid-
eration, and a statement of admis-
sions policies is available upon re-
quest to any interested agency.
CJA in Last Push for
Remaining '57 Pledges
CJA campaign leaders to aid hard pressed health and welfare agencT.'
Cantor Strassfeld
At Agudath Israel
Cantor Abraham Strassfeld will
render the musical portions of the
liturgy during High Holy Day ser-
vices of Agudath Israel Hebrew In
stitute. Rabbi Isaac Ever announ-
ced Wednesday.
Cantor Strassfeld will also be
heard during Selichot services
Saturday midnight, Sept. 21.
Rabbi Ever also revealed this
week that registration for classes
at Agudath Israel's religious and
Sunday schools is still going on.
Aaron If. Kanner. president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, announced Wednesday the ap
pointment of Abe Kurman, to head
the program.
"Federation has been receiving
urgent communications from many
of our beneficiary organizations,
asking for immediate cash to en-
L.hln flu.
Committee, American Jewish
Congress, B'nai B'rith Youth Ser-
vices, and numerous other health
and welfare group*.
Editor is Honored
NEW YORK A grove of
1.000 new trees is being planted on
Jewish National Fund land in Israel
as a tribute to Ernest E. Barbara**,
American editor and publicist, for
his 30 years of outstanding service
to the Zionist movement, it was
announced here Wednesday by
Mendel N. Fisher, executive direc-
tor of the JNF.
Joining Kurmans collection com-
mittee will be 62 veteran workers
able ".hem Vo" c^nUn'ue^Thei'r0 Z ^ >*"'* ^^^ JeW'sh A"
vices," Kurman disclosed.
"Although a record total was
pledged to the Combined Jewish
Appeal, these 55 agencies cannot
do business on promises alone.
The United Jewish Appeal, es-
pecially, need* cash d**perately
Communism and persecution in
E0VPt," he said.
The collections chairman empha-
sized that, "although the headlines
about these unfortunates have fa-
ded the emergency is not yet over
And it wont be over until our pled-
ges are translated into cashnow
-to remove these people from dan
ger and settle them in free coun-
tries.
Local .ervlc which efcssond
almost entirely on immediate re-
demption of CJA pledge inc|ud.
*i important institution* .*
Mt. S.noi Moe-Jlt.1. th Bureau of
JwWhh EducaHon, Anti-Dofama-
tion League, Am.,kM J#wilh
The group will hold a luncheon
meeting at 12 noon Friday in the
board room of Federation. 420 Lin
coin rd.
The full committee includes-
'In h'n.. I-,,*"'>'' Bpetelaj, Mar-
Carl Su-klnrt MevLr t^'" s"'-k".
"am WetauSvb MaflEftE*"' W"
" Welnirauo vl', L'
J--r Zli*,r w'kur and
omfiu
tr mmr uonaST
71
mmm
Aerial Judaism
I
3-56
Cone I*jt. Lew,,* .riim.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN TKE CIRCUIT COURT, 11th JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. No. 2040S5
MARCBL.UA JEAN COUSTTO,
Plaintiff,
: i: INK P cm.ETTO.
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO!-, Km nil IV Co U-ll... MIMM C.dlin.
Street, North Hollywood. California.
an required to ni<- your anm-r to in*.
Cmplalnl for Divorce w"h 1h* Clerk
of the above court and aerve a copv
thereof upon Herman Cohen, Attar.,
lift! Congreea km*- Miami, n on
or hefor.- September -'3. 1."7 or el.e
complaint will he taken aa conferred
DATED, AuRU.t -'". l^.'.T
I. II I.i:\TMKHMAN
(.eal) Clerk of the Circuit Court
By D J. KERN, Deputy Clerk
s/ri-io. svt-is.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 41844
In Ke: ESTATK OF
1-ol'IS ROl'SS
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor., and All Paraoni Rav-
ing claim* or Demand* Again*! Said
I. .
Totl, and *aeh of you are h.-r. I.x it...
tiried and required to preaent any
claim* and demand* which you or
either of you, may have asamat tke
paUU ..f lula Rou.i deeeaaed late
of Dad*-County, Plot-Ida. to the Hon-
orable County Judga* ..f i.,,de Count)
and file the same in theli offleea in the
Courthouac in Da.I.- County
ride., within eicht calendar month*
from the date ..f the firm publl. it Ion
h. ie.if. s.,i | |.lim., ,,r (.;.munda to
contain the i.-*ai addrea* in* claim,
am and t.. i nworn I tented
aa Bforeaaid, or aame will be barred
I ..f the 1*4 I ,.,!... i..
Data September, a.d. i:>7.
. MM'I.IH II \CPT
A- AdminlMrator of the Kl.iie of
mauxm ,v|iV;l^'"""d.
[612 Conarn -- BulMlna
Miami, Florida
foi Adnlnlatrator
I I2.M-27, l" 4
NOTICE UNDER
v ,F'C,TITIOUS NAME LAW
M'MCE is HEREBY <;i\KN that
in* andaraajned, dealrlna to ennHg> In
i' \\'Ti\",,'"."'' ""' ,l'""" ame of
EAI Ml IE CHILDREN s BHOP at
i ivlllc Hotel :ih and Coltina Ave .
FT. rlda ntand to reg-
lld name ulth the '-Ie,k of Die
ircult i .mil ,.< Dade County, Moii.ia.
MRTRR I'A VAN
HRATSON and^PT^MTAN
Attornayi f,.r Meyer Dayan and
Kay |..i\an
I M-20-I7, |0 4
m tPVCE to creditor*
? COUNTY JUDQCI' COURT
', *"? FR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 41418
I" H. BeTTATE OP
8AMI-RI. AXONIO HY1.K
l>ecea..,|
To All Credltora and All Peraona Hav-
r>tate* '" ""n'"MlB Aaln*t **<1
\['r'! ,"".'ach of you, are hereby
notified and reoulrad to pie.ent any
.?i V'd "'"" which you. or
either of you, may have .i.ln-t the
estate of HAMI-KI, AI-On IIYI.K
T'T^.i*" 0,,u-'' Coamty. ii.ida.
\LJ """"fKhlr County Judaea of
ale toun.y. and file the aame In hi.
urtu-rn in the Cowaty Coarthouae In
ui a Un,y |,1nrl alend.r month, from the date of the
or H-^U,"^"0n her~r- ^' '""
dre of ?w' '. .""">' he **S*I d-
?". ',."" cu""'n and to be .worn
wninbeIC?ra'd" "ore"M'or 53
"'.*,,,ePnibar 11. A.D. IfJI
Mildred Pauline HyU Huddle.ton
A. MeeutrU of the U.i Will and
liViVR' f "AMtlBl^ AIXNZ<1
1-1. LTl'*- '^^'aaed
KM Hr^er Harvev J St. Umn
... ",'"*>'' '" Kt'.-utrla
^V-.VST BROS U\t
LEGAL NOTICt
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF',.
ELEVENTH JUDiC AL C'RCUITj
AND FOR DADE COUNTY Ft
IDA. IN CHANCERY N,.
CRACK VIOLA CAI.l.EN,
Plaintiff,
ai.vin (" CALLEN,
I>efendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
fOU, ai.vin c m i.i; ,
nottl Motor".
dmk. Pa., aie d. i.
your An.wer to the t'omplalat fa]
v..i. t rii. .1 aa hentla,
NEUJON A SCHll-MAX. Mia
for Plaintiff, t F;..ad,
Beach, Florida, .1 f.lc tha
thereof In th. Offlri nf tb* I
the above Court, on i>l befora tan
dav of Oetobet "thfrw|
Mild complaint will be taken u I
fe--aed b>' you.
Dated thla lltli day of Stpte
KIT.
E. H. I.I \ H
(aeal) i I I' Plrcall I
I R H RtcEJ
DtsatrT
V11-M-I7. 10/4
IN COUNTY JUDGES' C0UR
DADE COUNTY FL0RI0|
No. 3735
RE: ESTATE '
ABRAHAM KDiLER, II
ARE Kl'GLER
I ... a--. .1
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO )
APPLICATION F0RFIN*l[
DISCHARGE
NOTICE i hi that 11
filed m> final i. i and |.titi<*|
Plnal Dlachant< [
eat.ite of ABRAHAM KrOUBI M
ABE KUOLER dec. I and U*l
the Hat Ms .... (
r\\ (a "' II. I'nuaty JiMT
lade Count] I
:il.l final report :.l for rinal I
charge aa Ex. I
WlltAHAM Kl CI.Klt, '/,
KI'nDER, di eaeed
Thla 23rd d..> of
I. I > > Mull
MUTTON A. PR1EPMAS
Attorney t..r Exi
I 12-14-27, i" i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COU
In Re: ESTATK I '
ISABELLA ItROOKe
l.. aaaed. .--.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credit. '
In* Claim* Ol i ands Ajalnn
K.tate: emia
N AND FOR DADE C0U"
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. N'
Y..u. an I 'rej!!nrl
tlfl.il and i..i '".fw JJ
claim, and d< ai hl.'li >m
either of yi '3lZM
e.tate of IHAREI l-\ *RU5f. saT
ed late of Had.- O ">i "SSSj,
otMty Juda-e.
rile the mme In lh. vL^Tra
county Courlho m M
!a^wr:.s*.hhewjg
ETHEL I "'""'mil
Aa Execuior. of the l-\*l
TMtaunent ol ""^''^
MYERS. HUMAN KAPU*
Attorney, for Execiit-rt
I1J Kouthwe-t 1.1 -' "
Miami. Kloii.l.
S/13-W-27. 10/4
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 0Ftj
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL Jf DJ
FLORIDA IN *ND FO jf
COUNTY. IN CHANCE** "
MORRIS OOLDBBR'-
Plaintiff
l.H.I.IAVB. OOI4>BBB0.
WaSV WWeAll*
TO: I.II.IJAN B 'lOLDBW"
SMJ2 Wlnaford, .|fornu I
I*. Ajplea < C/'ffiSlflR
TOP ARE HERER1 x^ ,^J
aerve a copy 01_y' flM ia
Complaint for ,'n ,,rn,v. A.f,
^..u on Plaintiff ?or?-,
HAM 1EVIVS-N \,>, ,fil;l
Htreet. Miami, r i. n,..,rk .'I
oriainai there..'...h .t"; M(1.r,r
l-ve named I ourt p,N.r#li
11th day of -""',, w, | M "ll
Dear** Pro font..... *" J
.g.ln.t you. f !*"*
f>ated thla C' d"! ,
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2/1I-20-27. 10/4
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SepteroberlXieS^
^JewlsiiFhridian
m Sarah Meyer
sses Away at 88
carah Ueyer, mother of
j-Hirch Meyer, prominent
itS^ttorne, and banker,
JEU*. Sept. 4. She was
Meyer came here from
J! kei 32 yrs aQ0 Sh# w"
bir of Beth Jacob Congre-
. Emunah -hapttr. Order
U Eistern Star, and the Mi-
'fiSri. Ho 'or tb. Aed.
^jjBarcn uV Hirsch Meyer.
Cbadorc laj and Louis
-anda sister, Mrs. Mollie
Sritaum. all nl Miami Beach.
it,* were Sept. 6 at River-
_K,rh Memorial Chapel, with
[Klin Mt. Sinai <"emetery.
sob Heiman, 75
of Atlanta
^b Heiman. 75, of 1951 SW
iter.dieti Wednesday, Sept. 4.
fmi merchant, he came here
m ago from Atlanta, Ga.
Cam his wife Sarah; three
t Isidore, of Atlanta. Sam J.,
In Miami Jewish Federation
_iand 1955 and 1956 chairman
flit Combined Jewish Appeal.
ILoui-. Bureau of Jewish Edu-
leader: three daughters,
Rose Samel, ol Miami, and
[lUryDnoskin and Mrs. Fanny
sjly. both "1 Atlanta; 11 grand-
and 12 great-gnnaenfld-
nwsand burial were Sept. 6
lanta. Gordon Funeral Home
fin charge al arrange-
-on*. I>r. I.filrr and I >r Mtanlp]
brother an.I two grandchildren
vlcra were Kept. 4 In Baltimore. nh
entombment t follow aj, Woodlawn
Mannoleum.
MRS. RAY PILDIS
is. or !
I. A realdeni here rivi
leave* a broth) r, l'.i\ Id \\. .
mill f 1-1 r Ml Sarah I >
I were In ProvldOtltr
I! I. with Rivi
Ihnl.el in barge .,r ll
mania.
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ll I .ill;.
Heurb. A re.ldeiu here for HJ
imeri.it> of Miami Snrvivlm- ,,,.
\%X3\*r#&.....'r
'RS. edh-kTsossin
r, '
,'" !>< ,1.....
**! oaein, I......-.
i dlreetoi of th B
I 1,-re.
Bureau Seminar On High Holidays
A special seminar for Jewish, Rabbi David W. Herson, Beth
teachers sponsored by tho Bureau Emeth Jewish Center, acted as con-
Ml. DORA ROSENSTEIN
Hepanol u .,.. ,ii,.,| Hepl. S.
\ Mi Ml hi re 10 ) n -, .i
11 ill. .-.: \ .. s w< n Bepl ,,i Rll
11 'i Mi mortal Chapel, with
inn lal in Ml Nil.., I
MRS. PAULINE 8TAIMAN
' si ton i iiii.i .-.
resident lif I* yi rived
ip '*J h""WWw*i'>''V> fn .
riaugnl. '- arid a l*l< r HervTrrn wi .
RdPf. 1 .. Dlb.1.1.
8Afl JACOB SPIELMANN
11. in ...
fork, when
let bualajeaa nurvW.
no, both ol N. v >.
W-S&tJ
I .il Rivi I i Meinol'l.i'
*!, with burial in Mt. Blnal I .
WILLIAM COOK
to. of 2::. HW .'.lh ave., .11.. I S, p| |
An awning manufacturer, h. \\a-
ni.-iiih. r of eVmple .ludea ami a major
in the Army Reeerrea RarvlvlM are
hie wife. I.ylyan hla father. David
I'ook: bin mother, Mra Anna u
two dainrht.r-, Jennifer and Linda
.mil iwo Kleirrn, Imludlng Mra. Leo
lolriman. Miami Bervlr-ea were Kepi
: Hi Cordon Knneral i 'ha|..-l. will.
..in lal In Mt. Nehn Cem. I
of Bond Executive
I m Becc'i of age 01
Mph Balsam, 81, of 150 NE
I awa> Sunday, Sept.
itis a r. i re for four
, coming from New York.
teisthe fathei i Milton Bal-
i field director for the Israel
organization of Greater
liso ajrviving i- another son,
.of Dallas; and nine grand-
wand two great grandchild-
wesand burial were in No*
i with Gordon Funeral Home
ge of local arrangements.
HERMAN CORRSIN
died Sept
^ Hied iii.t, h.ini,
Inn.i !.,
LOUIS DAVIOOFF
71, of 1I4 X\V l'7tli ~i .li. .I s..|ii. .1.
A. retired mrmenl cuttar, he wu a
i't'i>ident her- 10 yaara Bufrlvora In-
. hole hli wife. Paull. and a ilaunhter.
Mrn. Ruth Widiitx. Sarvleao and btirlal
wiie In New York. with Oordon
i-*iitieral lionie in linear of arrange
menla lwall>
HARRY KAHAN
3, of ?T, N\V ..-nil -t ,||,..| s.-pi I
A drafuman. he a roatdenl hen
"> \..ir- Burvlvlnc an hla wlfa,
?>ther. two daughti ra, Rhoda and
Oladya; and alater, M Dinah Kbe-
foi "ff i. Bepl
Mi i a. ;i Memorial 'hapi I, Ith
burial In Ml Mebo i'iiii. '.
DANIEL M. KAUFMAN
at, of rrri bw i ith -i dd i .-.-pi i
: ...
\ lit.. .
ban Lesion l.-i Rarvivora Inrhide
hta wlfa Ji.....i n. Stai and .
lira. Mai K'jhn Hi
s. it ; .ii i. li mortal
SAM OPPER
I .- I A

, .i men ber of Ihe 1 Ma -
I .''-.I
^ :i I Bl
ral li. ; I,
. .! Mt. I ii.al im '. v
JACOB GUZE
' .. ,li- d
Newman-Oord i Funeral Home was
In i-hargr of uinuigementii.
MRS JULIA FINE
S2, of 1"..1 \\ a-hiniilon i bV i>i
All i known .. Julta Babel, Mi-.
llni l- survived i.. her huatmnd. Irv-
ini. two daushtera, a brother and
afater. Bervlrea were In Nea v. k.
v\nh Rlveratdi Beach Memorial Chapel
In .-name of ai lanaeminla locally.
ABRAHAM MOREINIS
SO, ..r v.-,:i Viii.41.111 way, died Bepl I,
A real eetate aali-Mnan. hi- wan a raat.
re aix yi.ir*. He taaveai bl-*
\.i, le Siivi,.- ware in Saw
York, with local srraagomentfl by Rlv-
iiMde-i:,.oh ,\li ui< .rial Chapel
ISIDORE RUBIN
13, of 1211 r. niuoUama ave., dlud
.-. pl i \ oi.- m v
^va a hi ed '\ i III r fm Ihe
l.otr. Siirvivina are -on. \i" hI
four daughti Kve l-.if. Mra.
H.-t.-i iMrrrn'wIin. Mv-
I ,n. .in.I M
..I ltiy< i aide- lb .. !i
I Memorial Chanel, with hurlal In Ml
Sin i
SAMUEL LOUS RUBIN
' HI IfS Urd .-t died Sept. I bi
li
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WEANS ThiaSy-WI
K'eaa-eartY
AaSaMtsaB
eWfeadecH
Which Ara
CaaMftawas
KsaAat.
KOSHER "wI
3LPH BAME
in '-..ik-.!.
' ......
1,1, wife, I
ind a alater. Servlcea
I. Rlv-
''......lad -'.......-I in
niiinv in.
VSS rVtVIA JACOBS
I. '* ave.. died 8
Nawpori x. i
|*f ;' ii., huaband, s..,:
< i it i,,d two -i-i. n
" hi hurl. 1 were In New v,., i
"!'"' ', P art WemortaTchrpei
in .b.i :e of a laemenu locally.
a. ,M,?8; '''"-'-IE PLAGER
-;' "", HW "' cl died Sept. I
whUa vlaltlni ., duaghter In Plnahlna,
' A (Idem i era U yaara. -i,.- ia
suruved by her bosl.and, Max Z.; a
son Ak ba I,.; f,,, dauabfera, Mra
M.la inhene. Mra. Ilarrlelle s',. n
Mr.I Mr, Juliet Hr.iuei ..ml Mr
tie Walaa: II araud.'hiMien and N
BTcat-irandchlldren. Bervtcea und
i.i.n.ii ware In Brookran.
MRS. ANNA ROSENBERG
SI, "f WO SfW tSrd il., died Sen! 6.
a realdeni here It v. ira, the lenvei
her huaband, lt..i.,,. a eon, Merwln
"wor, r- '"" atatara ...... ., grand-
child. .--. i -. were Bepl : al Oor-
don Funeral Chapel, with burial in mi
Neho I'emoterv.
Of .Icwi'!i :: location was held Sept.
5 at the North Dade Jewish Center.
Theme pf the seminar was "The
High Holidays How to Teach
Them."
First hour of the seminar in-
cluded a -ymposium of three speak
Brs, Rabbi Henry Okolica, of North
Dade Jcwi>h Center: Rabbi Abra-
ham Herson, of Tifereth I trail
Jewish Center: and I.iuis Schwartz-
man. Bureau of Jewish Education |
executive director.
Her-tiiid hour was devoted to,
wffrttshop.- on tile junior and senior,
levels. Leading the first workshup
was Abraham Gittelsohn, educa-1
tional director of North Dade Jew-1
i.-h Center Herbert Berger. of the l
Bureau, directed the workshop for
senior grata.
Rabbi Minard Klein, of Temple i
Beth El of Hollywood, Rabbi Leo1
Heim, of Hialeah-Miami Springs
Jewish Center. Rabbi Isaac Lerer..
Monticello Park Jewish Center, and
sultants to the workshop.
10,000 ACRE RANCH
ON A HIGHWAY
ot $100 per Acra
JEFFCOTT REALTY
INVESTMENTS
2400 First Street
FORT MYERS, FIA
EDISON 5^421
MAI ESTATi SALESMAN
NEtDEB. Good Commission.
Norman E. Butler, Realtor
13030 N.W. 7th Ava. MO 1-1440
-
tin .1 i wn. of ,, l.i.11, dr. -h,.p
Kurvlvlns are hla wlfa, rotaabeth; !
il.i imhl.-i a. Sandra and Beverly, and !
two brother*, in.hiding Andy, Miami
Bi .i h .-' I.-. s. -ii 'i .,t I!
rralde-Baach Memorial Chapel, with!
burial In LahaaleVe Memorial Park.
MRS. LENA STUTZIN
:. i :.: sw i-ti, ..v.- died Kept. A
realdeni iier. lv yaara, abe lea<
nil Ml er, of Ml.mil. and
a -i-i- -. \ ,i,,i bin ...i a
rh, with Ooi '..ii i ineral il >me
In eh iil'i' of loca lai rangi-nii-nte.
Itlisi.la'ss
Opportunity
Established Driftwoed Moamfac-
tarer wonts partner for Miami
Beach Branch, vicinity Collins i.
Liacath Road. Write: Mr. T.,
P.O. Bex 2973, Miami IB, Flo.
MAURICE ALPERT
S3, of 1 .... .i, .,, .
\ aldenl h.r. :' \. i -. he wai ..
i. ii .| v. h. leaale
vlvtns are hla wife, Ann. two
Samuel and Bdward ind th .
ii Mn i i.nrii
BacaM, i:. Lotie. BV
and bui
. ii- .
i ChapeL
MRS. BEATRICE R. FLEISHER
:i. .. B\ e .!i...l .-.
.
vlved i.. hei huaband. liacar T.; ta
-,in<. i* .., T ii. and a, lur A
Mm. I,
and -i i. i in l'h I oi. iphla
.! l;.\. ralde-Ileach Mi bap. I.
MRS. GERTRUDE KAUFMAN
'.". uf | 0 ME Mth lei ... I .-
ant hen yeari aba leavea
her hiialwnd. I>r Jacob i Kaufman,
Miami phyaldaa, Bervtcea wen
10 al Mewamn-Oordon buneral Chanel.
BUY IT WHOLESALE
Highway to Waterfront Each Residence Furnished
Frame 83' Frcntaga $9.50? CBS 78' Frontage SI 1.500
CBS 56' Frontage SIO.SOC ACREAGE
CBS 50' Frontage SIO.SOC 130' Frontage $13,500
GEORGE DYKES. BROKER
Ingrsham Building FR 3-9922
Or see Mr. Martin at our Tavernier Office
IS.DOR R. GOLDEN
TH. of 1717 s\v :i,.i ,i ,n,..i s pi v
resident here 31 year- he was ,i -etired
office nianagt'i and a member "i
pi.- Israel bjrvlvini are hla wife.
Itusha: a daughter. Mr,. Roaa M.
iiiein. tiine brothara mi.i f.\-
Rarvlcei .md burial were in Portland,
Me., with llordoi. h.inrral lloni,. in
eharef of arrange,n. nt, loeally.
JACK KAw
ii. of |4t0 s\V l'",i!i m died s. il -
A reeldanl here IS year,, he wag In he
retail lluuor bunlneas. lie waa a niein-
'..-, oi 11. th David Synaa'une ano e
N.,r,nan it Brown Poet of tbi '
War Vetarana Burvlvora Include hla
wife, Jean R.; a dauijhler. I'ran.i-ie.
baaa l.roilier-. l-ldor and Harry; and
Bel i Bervlci wen Bept. I
ipel. with
n Mi Mi bo Cemeti
MORRIS MORRISON
T. ..f ,. i W "li at., died Sept, A
. he waa ilu i --
Complete and Dependable Title Service
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25 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY
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Title Insuronce Palicies af
Kansas City Title Insurance Ce.
Capital, Surplus t Reserves
Exceed $4000,000
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TELEPHONE M 9-1191
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JOSfPH M UPTON Preside..
IT TAKES MORE THAN WISHING
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Now ia th* time to open or add
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3%*
curr*nf rof#
PC* ANNUM
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4 Convenient Offices with Once Week Evening Hours and Free Parking
DADE FEDERAL RESOURCES EXCEED 110 MILLION DOLLARS
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