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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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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>.
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
e31 Number 38
Miami, Florida, Friday, September 20, 1957
Price 20*
leir at Opening Session of UN Assembly
* *
fapped Diplomat, Tortured by Soviet Secret Police, Back in Tel Aviv
iazan Mum as Russian
Imbassador is Reported
|ln Disbelief of Horror Tale
JTA-By Direct Teletype Wlr*
, IB, AVIV- Brushing aside all questions with a terse "I have ar-
HaMy. that-* all I can say," Eliahu Chazan returned to Israel Tuts
by air with his wife and daughter from an ordeal of being kidnap-
| and tortured by Soviet Secret Service agents in Odessa.
Alexander Abramov, Russian Am-
bassador to Israel, was reliably re-
ported to have expressed disbelief
in the report of the diplomat's dc-
tention, which was relayed to him
in protest from the Israel govern-
ment.
Ml be Found
h Beach,' Red
m Threaten
.AVTV (JTA) The Israel
ent disclo-i'd Tuesday that
I protested t<> the Soviet Gew-
ot against the kidnapping
I third degree torture of an ls-
I diplomat bj Soviet secret ser-
tajents in Odessa,
protest was lodged by the
I Embassy in Moscow with So-
lDeputy Foreign Minister Sem-
9. ho promised to investigate.
details, of the kidnapping and
like efforts of the Soviet agents
[pressure the Israeli diplomat,
Chazan. into ihcir spy ser-
lere revealed here by Dr. Wal-
'tytan. director neneral of Is-
I Foreign Ministry.
*"* Ch.un, an attach* in
"iinct 1955, was spending
fetation with hii London-born
Odessa during the first
t September." Mr. Eytan
"On Sept. 7, at about 9
1*'l the Israeli diplomat
'',l,,n9 It the hom* of
i oic*r$ of th* Soviet %
"ice appeared; on* of
iwWifh, 0th*r addressed
Wain,' dtclar*d that they
w*r to search the
lneli diplomat was detain-
f^pot. In spite of the fact
Slewed on ago 2A
The diplomat was taken from
Lydda Airport in a special car,
which proc**ded to Jerusalem,
wh*r* he was scheduled to re-
port to the Israel Foreign Min-
istry.
Among those awaiting Mr. 'ha
tan were several members oi Kib-
butz Kfar Gildai. of which he is a
member. The kibbutz was notified
in advance by the Foreign Min-
istry of the return of the Chazan
family. A notice was pinned in the
kibbutz dining hall with the prase
"Blessed be the Expelled."
Kibbutz members expressed
thanks that the Chazan family had
01. tMANUU NEUMANN
. itcurity pivetaf
REJECTED TO NEW 11RM
Foreign Minister Declares
Israel Anxious Over Syria;
Raps 'Baseless Accusations'
JTA By Direct Teletype Wlra
UNITED NATIONSIsrael feels itself threatened by the situation
in Syria and fn general by the heavy shipment of arms to Arab states
rurrounding Israel, Mrs. Golda Meir, Foreign Mister of Israel, declared
Tuesday upon her arrival to attend the 12th annual session of the United
Nations General Assembly.
Asked what her delegations prin 4>
cipal objectives would be in this
year's Assembly, she declared that
"all who are interested to see quiet
Continued on Peg* tOA
Ike Greets ZOA Convention;
HST Sees 'Glorious Future'
NEW YORK(JTA)The 60th anniversary of convention of the
Zionist Organization of America concluded here Monday with the adop-
tion of resolutions on American policy in the Middle East, counteracting
of the Arab boycott against Israel, encouraging American Jews to settle
in Israel, and the situation of Jews in the Soviet Union. Dr. Emanuel
Neumann was reelected president of the ZOA.
The delegates appealed to the*>
U.S. Government "to make Israel's
and peace in the area will help
brine about such a condition in the
Middle East."
Specifically in regard to th*
situation in Syria, Mrs. Meir sta-
ted that "we aro very anxious
about what is happening there.
Syria it being heavily armed, and
th* country that is sending arms
to Syria is making baseless ac-
cusation* against Israel. Charges
are being mad* without any foun-
dation of doing anything of that
kind, and naturally statements of
that kind give us great concern."
Asked whether Israel expects
help from any other members of
the UN, particularly the great pow-
ers. Mrs. Meir replied that "we ex-
Contlnued on Pag* 2A
mfammmmm
* security a pivotal feature in its pol-
icy." They expressed, in the resolu-
tion, the "gravest concern over the
alignment of Syria with the Soviet
Union." and called upon the U.S.
"to act decisively and in time" to
avert Soviet threat to the Middle
East.
"Soviet penetration will not be
stopped by arms shipments to the
Arab states of the Bagdad Pact,
whose only thought is to use such
arms against Israel," the resolution
said. "Nor should our government
arm such states without at the
same time providing the fullest
guarantee to Israel's security." At
the same time, the resolution
stressed the need for an "expand-
ed and intensified" American eco-
nomic aid program in the Middle
HAtir S. rttUMM
*> P**#*W Wm ^^*~
Continued on Page *A
U.S. Groups Disappointed With
New Immigration Measures
NEW YORK (JTA) Major
Jewish organizations Wednesday
said that they shared fully Presi-
dent Eisenhower's disappoint-
ment with the immigration legis-
lation signed into law by the
President last week. The law
"falls disappointingly short of ac-
hieving long and urgently needed
changes" they said.
They called the changes effect-
ed by the law "commendable
though minor." They deplored
particularly the failure of the
legislation to replace the national
m Could be Pin-Pricked to Death on Borders
L^TEDNATIONS-(JTA)-A
t ,^7a"on of "Perma-
2?LNaUon Pe* Force-
Pi >:!ls\m,'nl "f a Pnent.
iWu.K "hMn,'r Corps" was
S W,Cd '" '" dele*ations
^"flay m a special study
rUnd" ,he u*Pices of
pS^0^ ,'or ,n-
Rath. Tne P|an -
BK'H.lserthepres.
L"*1 Na,",n" Truce Super-
*niiation in Palestine.
The study written by William
R. Frye, UN correspondent for
the Christian Science Monitor,
who took a six-month leave of
absence from his newspaper to
prepare the work for the Car-
negie Endowment, bases many of
its conclusions on the experience
with the United Nations Emer-
gency Force which is at present
deployed along the Gulf of Aqaba
and in the Gaza Strip.
In his study. Mr Irye provides
one of the most concise state-
ments made up to this time to
delegates here about Israel's posi-
tion regarding deployment of
UNEF "on" the Egypt Israel de-
marcation line. That subject,
with the insistence of some dele-
gations as well as of Secretary
General Dag Hammarskjold, that
Israel allow UNEF on its side of
the Gaza frontier, was expected to
be aired before the General As-
sembly's twelfth regular mriofl
which convened here Tuesday.
"One reason Israel refuses,"
states Mr. Frye, "is that a UN
polke fore* would be mere ef-
fective in deterring th* large-
scale, organized retaliation
raids on which she depends
than in preventing border
crossings by small Arab today-
eon commando squads, usually
consisting of five men. Thus
Israel, in h*r view, could be
Continued oet Page 5 A
origins quota system with an
"nondiscriminatory and equitable
basis for selecting immigrants."
These views w*r* expressed
in a statement released by th*
National Community Relations
Advisory Council and joined in
by the American Jewish Con-
gress, Jewish Labor Committee,
Jewish War Veterans of the
U.S.A., Union of American He
br*w Congregations, Union of
Orthodox Jewish Congregations
of America, United Synagogue
of America and National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women.
At the same time, the American
Council for Judaism issued a
statement saying that "the enact-
ment of at least a beginning to
more liberalized legislation by
Congress recently underscores
the fact that the Western Hemis-
phere continues to be among the
major havens for Jewish refugees
since World War II." The AJC
made public the results of a sur-
vey showing that countries other
than Israel have admitted 300.000
Jewish refugees since 1946.
The study establishes that
about 1.500.000 Jews were corn-
Continued on Page 10A


Pags>2-A
9-Je^istncrkUan

You'll be Found on Beach, 'Red Says
Continued from Pag* 1A ing him, using methods of pres-
sure," Dr. Eytan charged,
that Mr. Chazan produced his dip-
lomatic identity card, the security | Mr Chazan was informed, by an
officers rejected his demand that i interpreter, that he "no longer en
he be released immediately or al- j joyed diplomatic immunity." The
lowed to contact the Israel Embassy | investigating officer repeatedly
in Moscow, Dr. Eytan stated. I threatened him. telling him he
'would "never again see his wife or
At about 10 p.m.. the Israeli daughter un\ess he agreed to enter
Foreign Ministry official contin-; (he 5^^ of tne MGB (the Mm
ued. "when the Israeli diplomat [ istrv of state security,.'
had started on his way to his hotel. 1 ^hen Mr Cnazan referred anew
accompanied byrae of the security j,0 hjs diplomatic immunity, the in-
vestigator told him that the 'MGB
officers, three more security offi-
cers joined them and the four for-
cibly pushed him into a house on a
street they were passing. A uni-
formed sentry was standing guard
at the entrance to the house."
The Israeli diplomat wit lad
into a room furnished like an of-
fice. Dr. Eytan related, where he
was detained until 10 a.m. the
next morning, despite his pro-
tests. "A man began investioar-
was the most powerful body in the
USSR and was not subject to in-
ternational law or usage." The in-
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FR 4-1776
Meir at General
Assembly Opener
Continued from Page 1 A
pect help from all people who want
peace in the Middle East and in the
rest of the world. Arab states arc
receiving shipment* of arms and at
the same time are making threat-
ening statements in regard to Is-1
rael. No matter what the source
of these arms shipments, threats
being made by those who are re-
ceiving the weapons are the same." j
"Arms which are being given
nations that have policies of
belligerence against other na-
tions in the area naturally create
situations which we see as dan-
gerous and threatening to our
security."
tie inspection
NCE 1901
WORLD'S LARGEST
Mrs. Meir, who expects to be in
this country only until Oct. 7. was
'met at New arks' International air-
port when her plane arrived from
Paris by Abba Eban, pertnanent
j chairman of Israel's delegation at
the UN; Mordecai R. Kidron. Mr.
Eban's deputy; Dr. Joseph J.
Schwartz, executive vice chairman
of the Israel Bond organization;
and other members of Israel's del-
egation to the UN.
Mrs. Meir declined to discuss the
case of Eliahu Chazan. Israeli at
1 tache in Moscow who was kidnap
; ped and tortured in an attempt to
I make him divulge Israeli secrets
1 and join the Soviet Secret Service.
vestigator warned: "You will simp-
ly disappear, and your clothes will
be found on a beach; it happens
that people go swimming in the sea
and do not return; that's all: no
' law will help you. You're in our
' hands and you have no choice but
J to submit to us if you ever want
to see your wife and daughter
' again."
Pressure and threats were kept
up continuously for 12 hours,
while strong lights shone on. hie
face. Finally, on Sept. 8, Mr.
Chaian was released and permit-
ted to visit his wife who. prior to
his arrest, had been taken to a
hospital suffering from gastric
poisoning. After that Mr. Che-
xan was ordered to telephone the
Israel Embassy in Moscow so as
not to arouse suspicion there.
The same day he was again
brought before the same investiga-
tor, this time in a room in Mr. Cha-
zan's hotel. He was again held
for a number of hours. This was
repeated during the next two days,
too. Mr. Chazan was detained a
total of 26 and a half hours. Dur-
ing all this time the investigator
tried to obtain information from
Mr. Chazan and to press him into
the Soviet Secret Service, Dr. Eytan
charged.
On Sept. 11, the Israeli diplomat
and his wife were permitted to
board a plane for Moscow, after 500
roubles had been forcibly stuffed
into his coat pockets. The investi-
gator warned Mr Chazan "not to
say a word to the Israel Ambassa-
dor or any other member of the
Embassy staff about what had hap-
pened." Dr. Eytan revealed. He
was warned that "any attempt to do
so would lead to his physical liqui-
dation, and no security precau-
tions" would be able to save him.
"The arm of the MOB can reach
you anywhere in the world," he
was told.
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teal Hospital was awarded
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! annual report competition
"Hespital Management,"
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! tar Resolution
i New Year Resolution" will
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.and Ocean ct. He will be
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cording to an announcement Wed-
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ed a* the "Hospital Management"
annual breakfast of presidents to
be Held in Atlantic City, N.J.,
Oct. 1.
Samuel Gertner. executive direc-
tor of Mt Sinai, will be present at
the meeting to accept the award for
the hospital, Orovitz said.
"The award was given Mt Sinai
in competition against many hos-
pitals of 400 beds or less through-
out the nation," Orovitz stated.
"We are proud to have had our an-
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the deadline for submission of nom-
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Leadership Award sponsored by
the past presidents of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation
The awards are to be made to
two young adults between the ages
of 25 and 35 in recognition of "ex-
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Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
the Combined Jewish Appeal, and
to the Jewish communal agencies
of Greater Miami."
The award includes a grant
which will make ft possible for
the two yeurtf adults to attend
the annual general assembly of
the Council of Jewish Federa-
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Nov. 14 to 17 in New Orleans, La.
Chairman of the selections com-
mittee Stanley C. Myers said his
group will meet shortly to start
screening the nominations receiv-
ed to date, adding that the winners
of the awards will be announced
late in October.
Nominations can be submitted by
member organizations, as well as
Federation's board of governors,
and directors and presidents of all
local agencies.
The 1957 committee includes
Aaron M. Kanner, Max Orovitz.
Carl Weinkle, Mrs. Stanley C.
Myers. John N. Serbin. Mrs. Sam-
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Bonds Build Needed Housing in Israel

A major function during the coming High
Holy Day season will be Greater Miami's par-
ticipation in a special Israel Bond appeal.
Synagogues throughout the area, their
spiritual leaders and officers, are pledging
themselves to support this noteworthy appeal.
Different in form from similar drives in the
past, the goals staked out are not expressed in
Israel Bonds sold but in housing quotas ful-
filled.
Israel doesn't want a repetition of the immi-
grant housing conditions that marred the first
years following her establishment. Israel's
economy between 1949 and 1951 was incap-
able of providing permanent homes for the
more than 250,000 immigrants who entered at
that time.
As a result of Israel Bond funds and other
sources of assistance to the Jewish State, and
because of Israel's own increasingly vigorous
economy, the situation has improved greatly.
Objective Peace Drive
Both the Zionist Organization of America
and the American Legion met in convention
this week. Vastly different in purpose, both
groups came up with pretty similar resolutions.
It is significant that they differed sharply
with Administration policy, particularly as it
relates to the Middle East. Objective observers
would, of course, expect the ZOA to lean heav-
ily on Soviet penetration of the areawith
special emphasis on this penetration to Israel.
Less expected, however, was the Amer-
ican Legion's similar concern in this specific
regardas well as its condemnation of the
Administration's tacit support of Arab discrim-
ination against service men of the Jewish and
Christian faiths.
While the opinions of leading Zionists on
these issues should be respected for their own
merit, we are glad of the con-current resolutions
passed by the American Legion. For the rec-
ord of the past several years shows the Ad-
ministration's flagrant disreqard of this nation's
best interest in the Middle East and its pursuit
of a policy based principally on the needs of
our giant oil combines.
That the Zionist Organization of America
has consistently criticized this trend in the high-
est spirit of U.S. democracy is wholly to the
? iS Credi'' That the Administration chose
chiefly to ignore this criticism speaks ill of its
leadership, which has willynilly aligned itself
T J,% ZOAs enemies in tacit recognition of
the ZOA as "Israel's puppet."
The American Legion action this week un-
derscores in terms even our State Department
can hardly fail to understand that the American
people as a whole are tired of U.S. equivoca-
tion in the Middle East and want to see the
adoption of future policies there based on an
abjective drive toward peace.
General Assembly Convenes
The twelfth session of the General Assem-
bly opened at the United Nations Tuesday with
several strikes aaainst it from the word "go."
Up for consideration are a staggering num-
ber of .ssues teetering on the border of driving
East and West further apart than ever.
From the startling kidnaoping reported this
week of an Israeli envoy in Moscow, to the con-
inumg penetration bv the Soviet Union into
the internal affairs of the Arab nations, the pros-
pects for peace in the Middle East remain dim.
?u m 'l1?,proposed Jint condemnation by
the West of Moscow's role in crushing the No-
vember. 1956 Hungarian Revolution, to still un-
solved guestions concerned with cessation of
nuclear tests and the Soviet-U.S. atomic arms
race, there seems little optimistic over which the
world's delegations can crow.
Nevertheless, the arena of the General As-
sembly and the United Nations generally, are
mankind s last hope that intelligence shall rule
and peace shall prevail. Man of good will
everywhere pray for success in the coming UN
deliberations, for the alternatives are too arim
to express. '
But statistics indicate that upward of 30.000
families, numbering 100,000 to some 200.000
men. women and children, will be arriving in
Israel this year.
Such unprecedented waves of immigration
would tax the sources of more firmly establish-
ed nations than little Israel. Beleagured on
all sides by hostile neighbors, the Jewish State
must reserve much of its strength and spending
for defense purposes. Despite the improve-
ments, many Israelis therefore still have no ap-
propriate housing.
Such heart-rending figures as these show
the plight of the youni democracy: About
165.C00 families are accomodated at the rate
of three to six persons per room under condi-
tions below the minimum housing standard.
Some 20.000 immigrant families still live in tem-
porary dwellings.
It is the intention of Greater Miami's Hous-
ing Bond appeal during the Holy Days to
ameliorate this tragic situation. New arrivals
in Israel, removed from the panic of political
persecution and the threat of religious and eco-
nomic oppression, deserve the fullest measure
of freedom the Jewish State is capable of af-
fording them.
The fact is that Israel must have $90 million
during the current year to build 30.000 immi-
grant housing units, at a cost of $3,000 each,
if notable advances are to be made. The Israel
Bonds Greater Miami purchases in its syna-
gogues during the High Holy Days can contrib-
ute to fulfilling this immediate need. On the
occasion of the coming Days of Awe, such pur-
chases will represent one's best foot forward
to meet the New Yearas well as the execution
of one's best intention that the Jewish State will
offer her new citizens the peace and security
they truly deserve.
B'nai B'rith's Hew Drive
B'nai B'rith is currently preparinq to launch
a nationwide drive for 50.000 new members.
As part of the drive. Greater Miami will
hold its own campaign during the period be-
ginning Oct. 20.
The B'nai B'rith drive, in striving for such
a broad membership goal, seeks to increase its
capacities and to bring to a wider segment of
the American Jewish community the personal
values derived from participating in its pro-
grams.
Greater Miami's B'nai B'rith organizations
look forward to welcoming into their midst
those who are as yet unaffaliated.
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be a single technique in his bag of Trick!" it m'VlCt *
ger's principal method. Many reasons for this exit JP**
undeniably forgotten the immediate horror of r *
of six million Jews, but the substance of the bui r.rmanyi
prick the conscience of humanity; in turn human,!Z '.'"*
gentle impulse but as a result of exacerbated fe-i L ,C,S *
properly brought to the fore nor cleansed in a S ?IK
prefers to hold the Jew at arm's distance y *hicl>
Thus, paradoxical as it may seem, it fc prevalent -
anti-Semitism that has perpetuated the remorse '!.,' *
tion of tiamany's sin agaitvit Jewrv-ji condition -naTi,8
the failure of cruder types of anti-Semitism todav:Tmtafci
expiation by the Western world grows apace In ih '
types of,negative feelings about Jews remain rooted but Ha
IHZSSl* wh,ch prevent ,he exp -' S3
other reasons fo- "the new look" in anti-Sr
Vacation's Over Real Work Ahead
the least of thee ,s the success Jewish civil iCj ^
nave ru m guarding the rights of the mmr. created to protect and in alerting the non-Jewish" ,;... r?
of the equally virulent if 'more S^^Z^O
. to their trade today. ai*
.
IMMICKATIOM ALSO A MAJO* ISStff
COME OF THESE methods were discussed here last week"
c.pally. they are based on the most immediate threat to thai
of our time-integration. The activities of Florid. State?
party leader George Deatherage in Ft. Lauderdale are a dei\I
sophisticated anti-Semitism strained through the problem
dictable Negro ascendancy in the South. Less urgent than i
when the McC.rran-Walter bill was not yet law. the battle 0
equitable American immigration standards is nonetheless a
oneand an equally cogent weapon employed by the conten
anti-Semite.
When the bill was still being argued in the House of Ren
taUves and the Senate, the Congressional Record became Mka.
for the kind of anti-Jewish inuendo one may find in a restncte7
iP'if '^ mair"contbutor in this regard was c. author ft
Walter of Pennsylvania, who called opponents of hi, proposed]
lation professional Jew types" capable of weeping "crocodile
Immigration has since been a sensitive issue, which is-i
tahly tied to the argument advanced by the extreme right an
responsible fringe that "the U.S. should get out of the UM
I N out of the US." President Eisenhower was called upon toi
with the McUarran-Walter Law in the days of his first candidarr
of ni.s vow to adjust its indecent disrespect for the hifti-.Wlo'"
variety of immigrant came the inadequate 1953 Emergency Re
Jewish interest ran high here, as well as during the original Ma
Walter debate, for many Jewish exiles, among other Easf a*H
Europeans, saw their fate inextricably bound to a liberal An
policy of entry.
Immigration again became a sensitive issue during the
he Hungarian Revolution and Israels campaign in Sinai. And.,
last week, the latest effort to achieve an equitable law died once:
this time at the hands of a Congress racing to get home.
e
CAPlWt Of M U4.' A MMCIrVU Aim
1"HIS LATEST EFFORT found its particular roots in the Eui
and Near Eastern upheavals of November. 1956. Imdemabh*.
- an interest in seeing a more intelligent immigration law
But so did other people; so did other groups. In the hand.
anti-Semite, no special interest but the Jewish is admitted,
this interest anything other than nefarious.
The Jew hater thus regards Jewish criticism of our present
gration laws the result of a frustrated desire to see millions of,
immigrants arriving here. Inevitably, these views art' tied to
classic anti-Semitic forms: the prevalent myths of hidden i
power.
In March, the "Williams Intelligence Summary bemoaned
fact that "as the snows of winter melt, we are going to have to li
ourselves for a shock wave of pro-Communist Jews and their lib
allies from Hungary."
The battle for a liberal immigration law is therefore "J
with all the attendant threats to Christian society that a purp
uncontrolled influx of "undesirable aliens" can mean "No
who or what sets off the revolt."-opined this hate sheet, "the
gration lobby is determined to break down once and lor allJiu
last thin wall of American protection now represents hi the M
ran-W'alter Act."
It is no longer necessary for a Goebbels-like cartoonist to r-
a predatory Jew. revolting in physiognomy and in such tune-hoa
anti-Semitic pose as raping or stealing. The "Williams Intelli"
Summary simply winds up its harrangue: "The ftr-t and all-imp*
Zionist objective is to capture the United States
AH OtGAMIZn AITAC* AC AIMS J MCtMCY
^yiTM SO MUCH disregard for their country. Jews are there"
pictured as being ardently in favor of U.S. membership in the
ror. in the eyes of the anti-Semite, the United Nations is "oi-
government"an organization whose function compromises Amens
integrity and independence of action.
What better way to achieve these paralyzing purpose* tj
through popular accord? "Grass Roots" last January complained- I
Nationalists have been yelling for the U.SA. to get this o-unto
of the UN. But the Jew-gangs merely shrug their shoulders and
And we are doingnothing."
And, Apr 15, "Economic Council Letter" cautioned: .**'i*i
tion of the United Nations in 1945 was without question acran.
viet idea, sold by sue* men as Alger Hiss to American ''*b J
Since the formation of the UN America bat been at lea* P .
subservient to other nations." .. .J(
The popular circle is here completed; "liberal" iwan
who in turn becomes equated with "international socialism
resented by the UN." ,
These, aad coutless others, are far removed in method #*]
anti-Semitic gambits of yesterday. Shocking in iiWJ5l
undeniably njqre genteel by comparison. But their dang** .**^
one whit diminished. Contrarilv. anti-Semitism toda) > o
PrVAt,!,lJ,r rcUrian Jew h*^ Kn m8d a, ,,* prinoiP
i ",-spm*iMn today is an organized attack again* .
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Can be Pin-Pricked to Death

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Icials of B'nai B'rith attend recent membership rally oi Sho-
, lodge, which was initial affair for Southeastern United
h in giant national membership drive for Fall of 1957.
to right are Julius Fisher, executive secretary. District
Lodge 5; E. Albert Pallot, president. District Grand
5; Harry Schwartz, president. Sholem Lodge; and Al
assistant national membership director.
first Luncheon of Season
Temple Judea Sisterhood will
hold its first luncheon of the sea-
son Monday noon at the Garden
restaurant. Chairmen are Mrs.
Charles Rosenfeld and Mrs. Henry
Hamersmith.
Continued from Pag* 1 A
pin-pricked to death while her
hands were tied behind her."
A second Israeli motive for re-
sisting UNEF on her side of the
border is seen by Mr. Frye in the
fear that the UN some day will
attempt an "imposed" peace set-
tlement. "Once a police force
were ensconced around Israel,"
he declares, "some Israelis say the
General Assembly might deline-
ate new boundaries, taking up sta-
tions on them. Those boundaries
might be the original lines on
which partition was made in 19J7,
for example, or some minor modi-
fication of them."
"If such a move," Mr. Frye
continues, "were part of an equit-
able overall settlement of prob-
lems such as refugees, water util-
ization, freedom of Israel's com-
merce, etc., there are many who
feel it was in Israel's long-range
interest to have that done; but
Israel is highly sensitive on the
question of territory, and resists
any suggestion that land be trad-
ed to the Arabs for concessions
on other points.


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Subject of his address will be
"The Tug of War Between City and
County Officials."
Aronoviti will be introduced
by I. Albert Palis*, president of
B'nai B'rith District Grand
S,
Eli Hurwitz and Bernard Liber-
man, co-chairmen, stated that mem-
bers of other lodges are invited to
attend the luncheons of the club,
which have been meeting for more
than ten years.
Board of directors of Sholem
Lodge will hold a fall kickoff meet-
ing Tuesday evening at the Park
Lane cafeteria
Harry Schwartz, president, Wed-
nesday asked that all directors,
trustees and committee chairmen
attend to chart the coming year's
activities of the Lodge.
The Park Lane will serve re-
freshments during the meeting,
Schwartz added.
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+Je*i&ihrHtan
_Frid Ike Greets ZOA Convention as Neumann Reelected P
Continued from Pag* 1 A
East. It also ak*1 the I' S. to ap-
plv 'the full wi<*ht" of American
influence and a"'hority to end the
Arab-Israel conflict.
In another rSSBskitlea tht con-
vention conHrr>o#d the Arb
port the dignity of the human
individual" and "to strive to de-
fend human rights and to ex-
pand the enjoyment of freedom
abroad as well as at home."
Referring to the present disor-
ders and frictions involving Israel.
Mr. Truman Mid "they can. and I
President of the United States
i ought to actthat is. in the interest
i of the United States."
boycott swlii'l Israel and de- | hope, will be solved through the
United Nations, of which Israel is
one of the newest and one of the
DOei devoted members. They can
btMNrfvett thromjh- forbearance'ami
patience and the search for the
truth He called upon the United
Nations and the United States to
work towards the ideal of peace I
and progress, in the Near East "for
the well-being ol all the nations'
of that area and the safety and
prosperity of the whole West de-
pend upon it."
Recalling the establishment of
the Jewish Shite ten years ago and
;he role of the United States in that
ed for cooperation from all parts
of the movement and for a "spirit
of unity and comradeship above
and beyond all minor differences of
partisanship and organizational
conflicts."
The convention discussed a 92,-
000.000 budget for next year, to be
devoted chiefly to the establish-
plored anv vildino bv Govern-
ments and twistoese firm* *o Arab
pressure. "It should nt be for-
porhn that 'ich nresire
double-*dnd," the reoluion
emohasiTd. It uror| all Zion-
ists in this countrv to |?v beW
the American nenola the full
facts of the A"h bvct and i*s
thre to world trade and neece."
Fortified bv thi knnwledoe and
awareness, the American poole
will vioorously react wih char-
acteristic devotion to freedom
and to peace," the resolution
stvted.
Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, address-
ing the session, declared that
"the first line of Israel's political
and economic defence is world
Jewry" and that "even Israel's
superb army must in the last
analysis depend upon the ma-
terial resources which, in large
part, tWe Jews of the world '^t. throw L. ZjpntfC pverQfipt
make evathmler Te great worto-hd increas{.d Jewish oducatk
powers, he asserted, have not
opened, nor are they likely to
open their arsenals to Israel, as
they have to the Arabs. "Each of
the world powers is arming its
own protege. Israel is the protege
of neither," he said.
He answered the criticism direct-
ted States This sum is almost twice
last year's budget and is meant to
be-
educafion in
this country- Dr. Neumann declar-
ed. A total of $200,000 was con-
tributed toward this project at the
convention. $50,000 by Joseph Fos-
ter of Leominster, Mass.
Expressing the convictions that
American Zionists must more close
ly identify their lives and their in-
historical event. Mr. Truman said:
Israel Ambassador Abba Batt. It na> ncvPr seemed to me that I
addressing the closing session of d*sorvod anv special credit as an
the convention, reaffirmed "the ,lldlv,(iual lor what I did about
strong sense of friendship and Isracl whcn x was President of the
common purpose between America Lnited States. In recognizing the
and Israel in their official and un- nevk state of Israe| and ln glvjng I
official relation" and called atten- tar,.fu| consideration to its needs
tion to the fact that "in the stress and lts proDiems alter 1948. I De-
of recent weeks, the United States ,. .
has repeatedly affirmed its fidelitv l, to the preservation of Israel's in sentiments of the people of the
dependence and integrity against United States, regardless of politi-
aggression from any quarter" At'caI party or ntigious belief. Apd
(he same time, he emphasized that ,.
there is now an "increasing need" also bel,cve was "*m* as the
to reinforce all available deterrents asjammmmmmaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBssssasi
ed against American Zionists who terests with the development and
do not settle in Israel saying that welfare of Israel, the convention in-
to make Zionism svnonvmous with --tructed the incoming ZOA admin
the personal obligation of every istration to devise ways and means
Zionist to emigrate to Israel is "a 'or the stimulation and facilitation
distortion" of the classic Zionist i of personal identification with life
position. He stressed that "without in Israel in three areas of effort:
an organized and mobilized world' 1 The settlement in Israel of
Jewry, the State of Israel would American Jews who are willing and
never have been establishedand able to settle permanently; 2. the
wthout itit cannot be sustained." placement of those who are pre-
Dr. Nahum Goldman, president Pared to spend a period of their
of the World Zionist Organization,! lives in work or study in Israel;
who is now in Europe, sent a 3. the flow of privately invested
lengthy message to the convention j capital and resultant personal in
in which he outlined his views on. volvement in the development of
the major issues facing the Zionist I Israel, so that much chalutzic ef-
movement at this time. He appeal-1 forts may establish a real partner-
ship with the peop,, .
In the resolution on-J
the convention aeplowTH
frictions of Jewish life ,.7
Wet Union and the 11"'
rort"of,heSov,etGoveni
------........*------.....__...-. suppress and ultimately
ment of Hebrew schools in tha Uni lree expression on the mm~Z
sian Jewry. "|
"We earnestly hope"tk,.
tion stated, "that this pay
prove to be teniporary~anTu,
leaders of the Soviet Uniool
permit their Jewish citizens I
ercise. on an equal basis
other peoples composing the I
Union, free and unlimited J,
tunity to live their lives u,
religiously and culturally,
build up such institutions k\
enable them to do so.
that there are many Jew, nl
Soviet Union who may wish to I
grate to Israel and become i
of that country, we nprenl
hope that the governmeat U [
sia will permit them to dost,!
resolution concluded.
Happy New Veorfroml
INVEST IN ISRAEL I0NK
Tea Can le Sure that Tht, I
Pay Ye* Beck with htti
/Noyshie fnedberg
against aggression in the Middle
East.
French Ambassador Herve Al-
phand told the ZOA delegates that
'France will never waiver her
friendship towards Israel." He
spoke glowingly of the contribu-
tions of Zionism to the birth of Is-
rael and to the welfare of the Mid-
dle East, asserting that in France
the Zionist movement is held in
'high esteem." Israel, he added,
''stands today as your crowning ac-
hievement a bulwark of democ-
racy in the Middle East "
Lord Russell of Liverpool, an-
other major speaker at the conven-
tion, charged that the United Na-
tions had taken no effective action,
in Israel's behalf.
President Eisenhower, in a mes-
sage to the convention read Sun-
day night by Dr. Neumann, greeted
the delegates and said: "All Amer-
icans are vitally interested in the
establishment of a just and endur-
ing peace in the lands of the Near
East We have made clear our de-
sire to assist the peoples of that
area to work toward this great goal
and shall continue our efforts in
this direction with the help of God
and all men of good will."
Former President Harry S.
Truman saw a glorious future for
the State of Israel "not just as
another soverign nation, but as
an embodiment of the great
ideals of our civilization." Speak-
ing at the convention Sunday
night, he urged the United States
"to cherish and help those na-
tions and cultures which sup-
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11^ Heim was officially installed spirit-
jjader of Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish
bs Sept. 8. Participating were top row
to right) Morris M. Wyman. installation
nan; Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitx, Zamora
_ Center; Rabbi Henry Okolica North
Tjewish Center; Mayor Henry Milander,
F&aieah; Rabbi Heim; Dr. James D. Carter,
i Springs Presbyterian Church; and Rab-
bi Shmaryahu T. Swirslcy, Beth EL Bottom
row are Rabbi Arie Becker. Beth Raphael;
Mgyor Francis Black, of Miami Springs; Louis
Schwartzman, Bureau of Jewish Education;
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, North Shore Jewish
Center; Cantor Abraham Seif, Kneseth Israel;
and Nate Becker, president of Hialeah-Miami
Springs Center.
A series of "Professor Pro Tem-
pore" lectures will be given by Dr.
Edmund F. Foley. professor of
'medicine at the University of Ill-
inois school of medicine, Saturday
through Wednesday at Mt. Sinai
Hospital.
The lectures, which will be open
to all medical doctors in the Great-
er Miami area, are part of a yearly
program set up for the furtherance
' of medical education in specific
fields, hospital president Max Oro-
, vitz said.
Dr. Foley will lecture on the
progress and development in
i medicioe's knowledge of virus
diseases, particularly of the
prominently headlined Asiatic
flu, and on a theory that cancer
may have a virus origin.
The sessions will be held room-
ings from 9 a.m. through 12 noon,
and Monday evening at 8 p.m. They
will conclude with a clinic-pathol-
ogical conference on Wednesday
morning at 10:30.
The series this year will be fi-
nanced by the Gustave Freund
Foundation in memory of Freund,
son of Mrs. Frank A. Kennedy, of
tional program in internal medi-
cine and heart disease study after
her son died last year of heart
disease at the age of 40.
Samuel Gertner, executive direc-
tor of Mt. Sinai, reports that "Dr.
Foley brings a vast background in.
medicine to the speaker's podium
at the hospital." In addition to be-
ing professor of medicine at the
University of Illinois, Dr. Foley is
a professor of medicine and mem-
ber of the board of trustees, Cook
County Postgraduate School, and
has been attending physician in the
Research and Educational Hosiptal,
University of Illinois, since 1925.
Dr. David Nathan is in charge of
the "Professor Pro Tempore" pro-
gram .
\ Umbers Slate Sttvkas
Ifcrf Ttorre Next Week
_J High Holiday services for
gas of the North Shore Jew-
J Center will he held on both
id Rash Havhona at 11 a.m.
j 6arf theatre, according to
iiiyer Abramowiti, spiritual
nf the c muregation. Five
youth* are expected to
ite in the services.
Synagogue Youth who
[conduct the services are De-
uid Davui Dernis, Herman
.user. Robert lloltzman, Har-
[fort. Ellen Schlo.vser and Ruth
phi
[vices arc planned by Rabbi
aiowiu Teaching of the litur-
| music is under the direction
itor Edward Klein. Jerome
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foundation to further the educa- Appeal.
Three-Star film Slated
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"Not One Shall Die." a new half-
hour film starring Guy Madison,
Agnes Moorehead, and Paul Stew-
art, will be shown for the first
time on channel 4, station WTVJ,
Sunday at 10 a.m.
The film is a special presenta-
tion for the New Year by the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation in con-
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Page 8-A______________ *JeKI>ln Greater Miami Ushers in Rosh Hashona Wednesday Evenii*
'.reater Miami Jewry will usher in the High Holy Day ^*e*Z^V,r7nl wW con"nu"
J Houses of Worship throughout the area. Rosh Hashona. the Hebrew Newjear 57 8. wi continue
rvices Thursday and Friday, except in Reform congregations, where the occasion is to be maraeo
S^da midnight. Sept. 21. will be Slichot se'rvices. launching the High Bnl,**J*f~J**
h between Rosh Hashona and Yom Kippur. Shabbat Tschuva (Sabbath of Repentence) will be Sept. 28.
Sawbath
One week later. Oct. 5. is Yom Kippurthe Day of Atonement.
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER, 44
Zamora ave., Rabbi B. Leon Hur-
witz. Cantor Rudolph Brill, will
hold Friday evening services at
5:45 p.m. Saturday morning ser-
vices will be at 8:30 a.m., with the
sermon based on the Weekly Por-
tii I. Slichot will be held Satur-
day at 12:01 a.m. Guest Cantor
Joseph Malek will officiate with
R i In Hurwitz. Rosh Hashona will
CANDLEUGHTING TIME
24 Elul 6:29 pjn.
Hashona will be ushered in Wed-
nesday at 7 p.m. Thursday and
Friday services are at 8:30 a.m.
First day's sermon is "Our De-
mands vs. Our Resolutions." On
the second day. Rabbi Heim will
<)im u-s "TUe Shofar CallsAre We
Ready to Reply?"
NORTH DADE JEWISH CEN
TER, 13630 W. Dixie hwy Rabbi
be ushered in Wednesday with ser- Goldfarb. will hold Friday evening Ht,nry ok(,ijca Cantor Maurice
vices at 6 p.m. Services Thursday I services at 8:15 p.m. A sermon on
Will take place at 8 a.m. and 5:45 "Approaching God" is scheduled.
'start at 9 a.m.. will he followed by
Neu. will preach on "Racial Prob-
..KiK lems" during Friday evening ser-
p.m. Friday morning servia- will Saturday morning semces. which ^ ^ [ ^ ^(>o{ ^ becom
be at 8 a.m. Sermons these days
will be on the theme. "The Mean-
ing of God's Sovereignty."
At NORTH SHORE JEWISH
CENTER, 62 75lh at, Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz, Cantor Edward Klein.
Friday evening services will be at
8:15 p.m. Topic will be "The Ideal
Friend." Oneg Shabbat following
Will honor the Golden Wedding an-
nhersary of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Black. At Saturday morning ser-
vices, to begin at 8:45 a.m., the ser-
men will be on the Weekly Por-
tion. Barry, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob Saifman. and Kenneth, son
Ol Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Rappaport.
Will become Bar Mitzvah.
t-'Iichot will be held at midnight
on Saturday. The sermon will be
' e Sign of Guilt." The ushering
in .'f Rosh Hashona will take place
Wednesday evening at 6:15 p.m
Rabbi Abramowitz' sermon during
Thursday morning services sched-
uled to start at 8 a.m. will be "On
Trial." Evening sen-ices will take
place at 6:15 p.m. Friday morning
service* begin at 8 a.m. The ser-
B i i topic will be "Facing the Ver-
dict."
At AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
INSTITUTE 7801 Carlyle ave.. Rab-
bi Isaac Ever. Friday evening ser-
vices will start at 6:15 p.m. During
SaUrday morning sen ices, .sched-
uled for 9 a.m.. Rabbi Ever will
take as his topic "At the Crossroads
vices are Saturday at midnight.
Rosh Hashona sen-ices begin Wed-
nesday evening at 8 p.m. Sermon
is "A Rosh Hashona Message."
Thursday at 9 a.m.. services will be
! ,. 'u o c Bar Mitzvah during Saturdav morn-
the Bar Mitzvah of Ronnie, son of ._._ c_
Mr and Mrs Bergman Rabbi Ler- bi *" at
er's topic will be the Weekly Por-
tion. Slichot observance will begin
at 11:30 p.m.
Two Rosh Hashona sen-ices will
be held, one in the Temple build- ,
Lng. conducted bv Rabbi Lerer. and owed bv, nnon on A Final
another in the school auditorium.! Resolution. Evening services are
conducted bv Cantor Goldfarb. The a!i,6:45,.plm ',*' h ** ^rmon
High Holy Days observance will be-1 "** ***** Jews^ On the see-
g.n at 6 p.m. Wednesday evening I* <*" of <>*" Haihna' *!>**
Sen.ces Thursday and Friday will I'"'""* at 9,m" 5fbb' rPk?,,ca
take place at 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Rafe, will discuss "Those Three Rabbis.
bi Lew's sermons these days will "*?* J"J or GoU* Fr:
be "Rebirth of Mans Soul" .and 'ward W,U ** the ,0P1C of Rabb'
"The Greatest Task in Life" Yaakov Rosenbergs sermon at
'BETH DAVID SYNAGOGUE, 2625
SW 3rd ave.. Cantor William Lip
i son. Friday evening at 8:15 p.m.
| Saturday senices are at 8:30 a.m.
Mark, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
TIFERETH ISRAEL CONGREGA-
TION, 6500 N. Miami ave.. Rabbi
Abraham Herson. Cantor Albert
Glantz. will begin Friday evening
services at 8:30 p.m. Topic of the
sermon will be "Generations Come
and Go The Oneg Shabbat follow-
ing will be in honor of Marhall
Comis and his mother. Mrs. Pearl
Comis. "Firmness of Conviction"
will be Rabbi Herson s topic at Sat-
urday morning senices, 9 a.m.
Slicot observance will take place at
midnight Saturday, with a sermon
on "The Awakening Moment1
scheduled.
Rosh Hashona observance will be
Spector, and Sumner, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Max Sternstein, will be-
come Bar Mitzvah.
Slichot senices are Saturday at
midnight, with Rabbi Rosenberg
discussing "Knocking at the Door."
Beth David will usher in Rosh
Hashona Wednesday at 6 p.m. "De-
sign for Living" is the topic for
Thursday morning, following the
opening of services at 8 a.m. Even-
ing services are 6 p.m.. and Friday
services are 8 a.m. Topic for this
p.m. Rabbi Herson will take "Pres-
'"'! \vTv7.r %,'"k \rossroaas ovation of Ideal Ufe" as his topic,
oi a fsew \ear. Slichot senices ThiirvH a p..a._____ill ..
launchedWednesday evening at 6 second day of Rosh Hashona will
be "What Do You Want from
will be at midnight Saturday.
ch;nted by Cantor Abraham Strass-
feld. The synagogue will begin its
i ervance of Rosh Hashona Wed-
ncday evening at 6 p.m. Thursday
Thursday and Friday morning ser-
vices begin at 8:30 am., with a 6
scheduled. The sermons for these
days will be "New Year and New
Life" and "The Shofar' Three-Fold
and Friday semce., will take place Messaee ouoiars *nree*oia
at 8 a.m. and 6 p.m.
God?"
TEMPLE EMANUEL, 1701 Wash-
ington ave.. Rabbi Irving Lehrman,
ZSLJS^^I***& ..'lS Cantor Lsrael Reich, wifl hold Fri-
day evening services at 6:15 p.m.
Saturday morning services are at
19 a.m. Sermon is based on the
j Weekly Portion. Scott Howell, son
At KNESETH ISRAEL CONGRE- of Mr. and Mrs Thomas Trent, will
GATION, 1415 Euclid ave.. Rabbi become Bar Mitzvah
David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Slichot senices will be Saturday
Seif. Friday services will be at 6:30 at midnight, with Rabbi Lehrman
p.m. Saturday services are 8:30 discussing "Let Light of the Spirit
fri ai the prophets and prayers ot a m W1,n ,np sermon slated as Shine."
Hw May We Return to God?"
1 he- sermons will be "Forgetting
Repenting" on Thursday, and
"Remember Us for Life" on Friday.
Ihe ceremony of Tashlich, in
vh.c-h worshippers recite versus
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spir-
itual leader of Temple
Emanu-EL will appear on tel-
evision station WCKT, ch. 7.
Sunday afternoon at 4:30 p.m.
in a special pre-Rosh Ha-
shona broadcast. Cantor Is-
rael Reich will chant
ton Malavsky. Saturday morning
services will be at 9 a-ra. Slichot
is Saturday at midnight. Wednes-
day, 6 p.m.. services will usher in
the eve of Rosh Hashona. First
I day services Thursday begin at 7:30
! a.m. Sermon is "Weleome 5718."
Evening services will be at 6 p.m.
Second day of Rosh Hashona .ser-
; vices begin at 7:30 a.m. Sermon is
"Staging a Life."
CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER,
will hold High Holy Day services at
Dade County auditorium, with Rab-
bi Jonah Caplan conducting. Sli-
chot will take place at midnight
Saturday at Miami Senior High
School auditorium Rosh Hashona
will be usheredtn at Dade County
auditorium at V p.m. on Wednes-
day. Servicrt-on Thursday begin
at 8 a.m. and 6 p.m., and continue
I Friday at 8 aSfe^'During the morn-
ing services,. Rtbbi Caplan ia ex-
I pected to speak on "The World and
, I" and "God and I."
TORAH TEMPLE, 1254 West ave.,
| served by brothers Rabbi Louis A.
| Cassel and Abraham M. Cassel will
hold High Holy Day services at Hi-
biscus auditorium. 10th and Alton
II
rd- Slichot service* .
on Saturday when rl. m,,i
Vlgod. mJ'JSTJg;
pearance this season
anona observances art Vi"!
radme*'yr n,n<^
8 a.m. on Thursday wh.T
Abraham Cassel wiluS?
rael-the Miracle of 0u? Thursday ,ght ^g^
p.m. Friday morning a.
Rabbi Louis Casse. .V*
sermon on "The Blessing,
At TEMPLE BETH SHOir
4144 Chase ave. -Rahbi iT
Blah, Friday evening services'
begin at 8:15 p.m.. when ,
monette and music are schdua
Saturday morning service* ari1
10:45 a^m. The congregationn
begin its observance of Rosh
shona at 8:15 WHnesdav ev*J
Thursday and Friday mornin.,
vices are scheduled for 945 ,
Rabbi Kronish will preach the,
mons. Cantor Henrv Rosenhi
will chant the liturgical pw
of the services.
At MIAMI HEBREW C
GATION, 1101 SW 12th ave,,
Simon April. Cantor Berele
mer, Friday night services U,
6 p.m. Saturday morning ser
during which Rabbi April
the People," start at 830am]
chot services are at midnight!
urday. Rosh Hashona will be 1
ered in at 6 p.m. Wednesday.;
vices Thursday are at 8 a.m.
p.m. Friday observance begin
8 a.m. During the senices on I
these days, Rabbi April is .
uled to speak on "The Dosed 1
and "The New Altitude Record.'
TEMPLE ISRAEL, 137 NE
St., Rabbi Joseph Narot,
Jacob Bornstein. will hold
evening services at 8:15 pm Jei
Chautauqua Society film on
High Holy Days will be sho
Alex, son of Mr and Mrs. He
Joseph, will become Bar MiU
during Saturday morning ser
at 11 a.m. Rosh Hasboaa
with services Wednesday; ev
at 7 and 9 p.m. RabhJ lfcrot 1
officiate in the Temple aaditon^
Rabbi Morris Graff, assistant
itual leader at Temple Israel,
officiate in Wolfson Hall.
Thursday services are it 101
Rabbis Narot and Graff will
officiate and preach the* ser
SOUTH DADE JEWISH CENT
Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. will 1
duct Friday evening sen ices at 1
Merrick bldg University of Mil
Continued on Paae 12A
penitence beside a stream, will be I tMw Ma>" We Return to God?"| Because of the great demand for
bi d Thursday, with a procession' {^'"nard. sn of Mr. and Mrs. Anton seats. Temple Emanu-Kl will this
lea lng the synagogue at 5 p.m at K,,rnr>' 78th st. and Tatum Waterway dr. *'" Slichot services are Satur vices .., the Miami Beach aiidi
BETH RAPHAEL COHORBGA- |^ ?*&
ser-
uditor-
lum. Wednesday sen-ices, ushering
TION, 139 NW 3rd ave. Rabbi Arie! iu^J?*?*!22. wUJ usher in in Rosh Hashona. are at 7:30 p.m.
Be.ker. will hold Friday evening ".^...^f.?"-*!1!! "***?!* Wed-,Thursday and Friday senices will
sci.ices at 6 p.m. A sermon on
"Live Your Life" will be given dur-
ing Saturday morning services, '1
which begin at 8:30 a.m. Slichot'
Will take place at midnight, Satur-
day.
Observance of Rosh Hashona will
begin at 8 a.m. Thursday morning.
when Rabbi Becker will speak on 2bb? ,5f?V SW 17th *"
"A Religious Analysis of Time." ^ih cii-lS """"c"' W'" beR,n
Friday morning senices are at 8 | w",sl'c.hot, ""'w* Saturday mid-
a.m. The sermon topic will be "A ,L Cantor J Rothman will ren-
New Year or Another Year Litur-1, I lhecmus,cal Portions of the lit-
gy will be chanted by Cantor Isi- -ug>L\._??0_n ",n ,he Still of
dcre Tessler.
At CONGREGATION BETH JA-
COB. 301-311 Washington ave.. Rab-
bi Tibor Stern,
Alamche
will beg
ing services will be at 8:30 a.m.
"United We Stand" will be the ser-
mon topic. During Slichot services
at midnight Saturday, Rabbi Stern
i> expected to speak on "The Sense
ot Belonging."
Rosh Hashona will be ushered in
with services begining at 6 p.m.
Wednesday, with a scheduled ser-
menette. Services begin at 8 a.m.
on Thursday and Friday mornings.
The sermon for Thursday morning
will be "Message of the Shofar "
CONGREGATION MONTICELLO
nesday evening at 6 p.m. Thursday | be at 8:15 am., with Rabbi Lehr-
ana rriday morning services are 8 j man preaching on both days
fi'p h 2t St 2S1 Rabbl Uhr- Rabbl Dav,d W Herson and Can-
Shir' ThfUSS ?! Ca" f ,hel,r Hyman Fe,n Wl" o..te at
fs "I -\I ', T d3y Sermn Knday evenin "* of BETH
is l-cssons of the Sacrifice of "
Abraham and Hannah."
The High Holy Day season at
EMETH CONGREGATION, 12250
NW 2nd ave. "The Way to Forgive-
ness" is the rabbi's sermon topic
Saturday senices. at 9:30 a.m.. will
include the sermon "In the Pres
ence of God."
The congregation will launch the
High Holy Day season with Slichot
ifHt." Rosh Hashona wuV be^ ^fi^dX'SiA'Sl
mg ,h6SormCCSTH'edn/Sday a""8" 'S ''^^> 8 30 am The
-rf at 8 am ,J 6UDSmy ^'T \ v 'S "The Thm Sma" V"
r Stern, Cantor Maurice sermon "Remember uTVoT r^ ?^n'n* s*-are a, 7 p.m Fri-
s, services Friday evening Second day fJS, Hashona s!r iSf, TT7 t?*0" at 830
n at 6 p.m. Saturday morn- vices w,l, L.ude the SS^S. ^ound'of"'*" Lt ^ "~ "**
Open Book."
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Kabbi Leo Heim will officiate at
'"day evening services 01 HIA-
LEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS JEWISH
CENTER, 951 Flamingo Way, at
8jl5 P.m. He will preach on "What
Makes Lp a Man?" Cantor Samuel
Levine, assisted by the choir under
the direction of Morris Rachlin
will chant the liturgy. Oneg Shab-
bat hosts are Mr. and Mrs. Leon
SHverman. Saturday services
at 9 a.m.
are
PARK. 164th st. and hrEllthTvZlnigif wit^'lhe6 !?"-? mid"
I Isaac Lerer. Cantor ^IcroT^T^Z^Z^
71
BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION,
1 40th st Rabb, H Uuis Rtt.
man. schedules Friday evening ser-
vices at 6:10 p.m. Saturdav ser-
vices are at 8:30 a.m. Slichot w,U l.
Saturday at midnight. Rosh Ha-
shona begins Wednesday at 6 p m
Synagogue of Israel" will be the
17 wuh L^r day of Rosh Hashona-
following 8 a.m. services, the ae
mon w.ll be "A Jews Face "
Friday evening service, are at
MB P.m. at the ISRAELITE CEN-
TER. 3198 SW 24th ter., Rabb, .
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fearTan c,tles of Pip.
K -solely because they
.* Hungry s chief rep-
J; ,t the Lniled Nations,
{TT^mittedthis week at
the United Nations General Assem
bly meeting which was called to'
deal with the bloody events in Hun-
gary last October.
Efforts to elicit facts about pog-
roms in Hungary had been made
during the investigation conducted
by the UN's Special Committee on
Hungary which filed its report last
June. Many witnesses are under-
stood to have been questioned at
closed meetings about anti-Semit-
ism by at least one of the members
of the unit, Prof. Enrique Rod-
riguez Fabregat of Uruguay.
In his address to the UN Gen-
eral Assembly defending the pres-
ent regime in Hungary, Mod stated:
"In the centers of Szomod and Tat,
in the Department of Gyor, the
Nazi party, which international
public opinion will remember, waa
reorganized.
"The swastika reappeared oa
walls of houses. Chauvinistic incite-
ment, irridentism, anti-Semitism
and white terror were, the corol-
laries of the appearance of the
Fascist and reactionary parties.
The counter-revolutionaries mass>
acred workers at Papa and Miskolc
solely because they were Jewish."
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pelled to lake to the international
highway! of migration after
World War II. although approxi-
mately 500.000 of them managed
t*j return to their former homes
in liberated areas of Europe.
Some 792.000. mai"'- At. 4f-
ncan and Eastern European, im-
migrated to Israel. Over 300.000
Vere admitted by countries other
than Israelmostly by the United
States, Canada. Australia, and
South American countries. Some
were also received by France,
Sweden. Norway, Italy and Switz-
erland.
Cn Kneseth Israel Congregation's new pulpit are (left to right)
Lcuis Dublin, president; Rabbi David Lehrfield, spiritual lead-
er; Cantor Abraham Seif; and Milton Kahn. chairman of the
lemodeling committee and congregation treasurer.
Seagrams Has Keenest Flavor
"L'Chayim L'Chayim L'Chay-, tuch an expression. When you
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J\ush people everywhere quite of-1 it is a mark of Friendstiin artd
ten during holiday time, particu- j honor, for Seagram's VO is the
laily during such a solemn holiday !
a.- Rosh Hashona.
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you will find'more Seagram's VO : relatives will be visiting you. many
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creasingly recognized as one of the I cat",n uf -vour hospitality than to
finest Canadian whiskeys. !o(fer Seagram's VO? Its fine,
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Just as the word "L'Chayim"
is an expression of the best wish-
es you can extend to friends and
relatives, so is Seagram's VO
Urlich Will Chant
At Flagier Center
Chanting the musical portions of
the liturgy at High Holy Dai ser-
vices. Cantor Leo I'rluh. will aid
Flagler-Granada Jewish Commun-
it> (enter members in the prayers
. for the New Year.
Louis Bush, president, and Sam-
! uel Goldstein, chairman of the re-
ligious committee Wednesday an-
nounced that Catrtor Crlich's se-
lection "completes arrangements
for High Holy Day services."
Rabbi Murray A. Alstet, spirit-
ual leader of the Center, will of-
ficiate. Rabbi Alstet and Cart-
tor Urlich will be assisted by
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Cantor Urlich. well known in the
Miami area for his services in pre-
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Temple Emanu-EI. and Zamora
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child prodigy in St. Louis. Mo.,
where he sahg as a youth in Con-
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and Beth Hamidrash Hagadol.
The dramatic tenor voice of Can-
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Envoy Abramov, who took part
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by the Mexican minister, refused
comment on the entire situation.
Political circles reportedly con-
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of aggravation in Soviet-Israel
relations.
The right wing Herut party
cabled a demand to the Knesset
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Dr. H. Franklin Williams, Uni-
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flew to New York this week for a
one-day meeting of the advisory
committee on community planning
of the United Community Funds
and Councils of America,
He will be among the 25 commit-
tee members, leaders from major
U.S. cities, conferring on commun-
ity welfare problems.
Immediate pa-t president of the
Welfare Planning Council of Dade
County. Dr. Williams is a member
of the board of directors of the
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Community Planning Committee Will
Consider Home and JFS Programs
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Ulla's gotta rest." ay
Iwarold Bruce Mintzer,
Tfcne out as Dade coun-
, youngest construction
hr strictly amateur on
jiBivage site. Underneath
sun, Bruce is
about a dip in
[Top Israelis
rerviewed
I Ambassador to tht Uni-
ISWH Abba Eban and his
I will bt inttov iewed by EoV
|. Murrow, CBS television
itator, ovtr Morrow's
arson" program Fri-
\,tX p.m., on ch. 4.
i interview will bo held in
I Washineton. D.C., horn* of
and Mrs. Ebon.
fcmdey, 1:30 p.m., over
CTV, ch. 7, Israel Prim* Min-
r David Ban Gurion will bo
at part of tho net-
Ti "Wisdom" series.
D. Graff, of NBC, is
^asr participant in tho pro-
i entitled "A Conversation
h David Ban Gurion."
First fall meeting of the com
munity planning committee of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
will be held Monday evening at the
home of committee chairman, Mrs.
Stanley C. Myers, 8820 Granada
blvd Coral Gables.
New members, comprising nearly
a fourth of the committee person-
nel, will receive a brief orienta-
tion on the nature of this impor-
tant Federation unit, its functions
and Hffl*. '"' "* "*" '
Up for major consideration
will be requests for authorization
of a Jewish Home for the Aged
building program to be financed
on a long-term basis through a
U.S. government-guaranteed loan
and discussions regarding future
plans of tho Jewish Vocational
Service.
Reports will be heard from sub-
committees on projects undertaken
during the summer months, accord-
ing to Mrs. Myers.
The community planning com-
mittee functions year round to
study the needs of the Jewish com-
munity in the field* of health, wel-
fare, and education; to evaluate the
functions of the agencies serving
these fields; to direct the attention
of local organizations and agencies
towards solution of related prob-
lems; and to plan and seek for im-
proved means of meeting commun-
ity needs for the healthy growth
of the Jewish community.
Members of the new 1958 com-
mittee include Mrs. Leo Ackerman,
Dr. Melvin Becker, Miss Sara Berk-
owitz. Col. Dudley D. Brody, Rabbi
Jonah E. Caplan, Alvin Cassel. Leo
Chaikin, Albert Comanor, Mrs.
Joseph Duntov, Mrs. Meyer Egg-
natz, Mrs. Leon Eisenman, Mrs.
Aaron Farr. Efraim Gale, Dr. Sam-
uel Gertman. Mrs. Samuel Gert-
man, Samuel Gertner, Dr. Morris
Goodman.
Charles E. Gottlieb. Leon Kaplan,
Rabbi Leon Kronish. M. J. Kopelo-
witz, Irving Lax, Mrs. Irving Lehr-
man, JJr^, Seymour Liebman, Jos-
eph Masters, Leo Mindlin, Rabbi
! Joseph Narot. Maurice Pearlstein,
Mrs. Harold Rand, Col. Nathan B.
Rood, Rabbi Yadkov Ttoseflbeft*.
Seymour Samet. Herbert E. Scher,
Louis Schwartzman. Mrs. Isadora
Simkowitz, I sad ore B. Simkowitz,
Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Mrs. Bernard
Stevens. Carl Susskind. Dr. Jess
Spirer, Harold Tannen. Harold
Thurman, Mrs. Carl Weinkle, and
Mrs. Sydney Weintraub.
Aaron M. Kanner. president of
Federation, and Benjamin B. Ros-
enberg, executive director, are ex
officio members. Samuel Cohen,
Federation's director of community
planning, serves with the commit-
tee as secretary.
Maxwell House
Favored Coffee
A few days from now we will be
celebrating the solemn Rosh Hash-
on a holiday.
One way of making the coming
year more joyous and pleasurable
is to drink Maxwell House Coffee.
Yes. those who are particular about
coffee will tell you without hesita-
tion that Maxwell House brings
more zest and enjoyment to every
meal. It graces every festive din-
ner and makes the occasion more
joyful and delightful.
It is therefore no wonder that
I
Chairman Warren Binder of summer planning committee of
B'nai B'rith Youth Organization presents check to Mrs. Joseph
Bermann, chairman of Greater Miami BBYO board of director?,
for $350 collected by members of AZA and BBG chapter?.
Money will help build school and playground for Moledeth
B'nci B'rith and Ramat Tvi colonies in Israel.
Maxwell House is the favored
coffee in Jewish homes. Its mag-
nificent aroma, its rich flavor,
its full-bodied strength, mark it
as one of the finest coffees in
the world. No wonder it is known
as the coffee that is "good to the
last drop/ with the "Ta'am vos
is ains in der velt."
Maxwell House is, of course,
Kosher and Parve and produced
' under strict rabbinical supervision.
1 And Maxwell House is the most ap-
I propriate coffee for every purpose.
'Whether you boll a cup of coffee
for yourself during a busy after-
noon in order to catch your breath,
whether you are brewing the morn-
| ing coffee for your family so that
you can send them off in various
directions with that good coffee
feeling, or whether you are making
coffee for a festive occasion and
special guests. Maxwell House is
always the most appropriate coffee.
So be sure to keep Maxwell
House Coffee on hand at all times
and make your coming year more
joyous and pleasurable with the
coffee that is so popular in Jewish
homes.ST.
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to great events in Jewish history
4*
Joshua Stops tho Sun
Calvert and
Wsh Tradition
Ition plays an important role
M life, particularly at holi-
Ih*. Take such a solemn and
1 holiday Hush Hashona,
[ample, its observance is
iladen, from the blowing
sShofar tn the drinking of a
W in honor of the New
I Waking of drinking a
"Jim." there is a fine tradi-
laonected with Lord Calvert,
jnukey with which thousands
l**isi people throughout the
Jul toast the New Year.
rj n*me Lord Calvert sterna
|T'old and honored name
m Nitory 0f America, from
HiCdmt who founded the
of Maryland in 1632, on*
[jrtfnal colonies that
^ United States.
'Queers of Lord Calvert
"J** proud of their tradi-
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t ?med such a f'ne repu-
, ng miilions of p^pk
-w_and care about fine
jy are proud that
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Friday, S+pt,^^.
Rosh Hashona Wednesday Evening
Continued from Peg* 8 A
campus, at 8:15 p.m. Sermon is
"How Can a Person Inured to Pray-
ing Learn to Pray?" Saturday morn-
ing services. 10:30 a.m. will be held
in S. Miami City Hall. Rosh Ha-
shona services are Thursday. 9:45
a.m.. at Loew's Riviera Theatre.
At TEMPLE JUDEA, 320 Palermo
ave.. Rabbi Morris Skop. Cantor
Herman Gottlieb, Friday MrviCM
will be at 8:15 p.m. with the wr-
mon slated as "S.O.S." Martin, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Marco, will
become Bar Mitzvah during Satur
day services at 9:45 a.m.
Slichot is Saturday at 11:30 p.m..
with Rabbi Skop preaching on the
topic "Little Lower Than the
Angels." Rosh Hashona will be
ushered in with service! Wednes-
day at 7:30 p m. Thursday and Fri-
day service* are 9 45 a m Rabbi
Skop will deliver the sermons on
toth days of Rosh Ha-hnna.
CONGREGATION BETH EL, 500
SW 17th st. Rabbi Shmaryahu
Swirsky, will hold Friday evening
services at 6 p.m. "When Rabbis
Engage in Piracy" will be the sub-
ject of Rabbi Swirsk> s sermon dur-
ing Saturday services at 8:30 a.m.
Slichot launches the High Holy
Day season Saturday at midnight,
with the sermon "Singing in Dark."
Cantor Morris D. Mager will ren-
der the musical portions of the
liturgy. Rosh Hashona is to be
ushered in Wednesday evening at
6 Thursday and Friday services
are at 8:30 a.m. Sermons are
"AloneYet Not Alone" and 'Tom ]
Between Two Loves" on each of the
two Rosh Hashona days
FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER, 50 NW
51st pi.. Rabbi Murray Alstet. will i
iold Friday evening service* at
6:15 p.m. Saturday services are at
9 a.m. Slichot will be Saturday at
midnight. Rosh Hashona begins
Wednesday at sundown. Thursday
and Friday services are at 8 a.m.
Rabbi Alstet will discuss "Message
*rf the Shofar Today" at the Thurs-
day service. Friday's sermon is
"Life or a Living."
At OAOE HEIGHTS JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTER, 18160 NW
2nd ave.. Friday services will be at
815 p.m. Cantor Manny Mandel
and Herman B. Novinson will offi-'
nate at High Holy Day services !
scheduled Wednesday evening, 6:30
p.m.. and Thursday and Friday at
S a.m.
> I w
TEMPLE NER TAMID, 80th st.
and Tatum Waterway, will hold
I High Holy Day services at the Bal-
; moral hotel. Rabbi Shepherd Z.
i Baum will officiate.
HEBREW ACADEMY, 918 6th
|st.. Rabbi Alexander Gross, will
I hold Friday evening service- at
6:15. Saturday services are at 9
a.m. Slichot is Saturday at mid-
night. Cantor Akivah Roth will of-
ficiate during High Holy Days be-
giwnme-Wednesday at 6 p.m. Ser-
uee- Thursday and Friday will be
at 8 a m with Rabbi Gross preach
' ing the sermons.
Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky will of-
ficiate at Friday evening services.
,6 p.m.. of BETH TPILAH CONGRE-
GATION, 935 Euclid ave. Saturday
morning services are 8:30. Slichot
will be Saturday at midnight. Rosh
Hashona begbtt Wednesday even-
ing at 6. Services both days of the
opening Hih Holy Days will be at
7 a.m., with Thursday evening ser-
wttm al 4-. -Rabbi Rackovsky m"
preach.
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Monday thru Thuraday 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Friday Jn. S o-m. Saturday 7 10 pun. Sunday 1 j
School Principal Speaks
Irwin Katz. principal of Miami
Beach High School, was guest
speaker at the opening of the teen I
age breakfast-service series Sunday
sponsored by the North Shore Jew- I
ish Center. Katz spoke on "Growth
and Moral Stature."
Opening breakfast was sponsored
by Mr and Mrs. Jack Dennis in cel-
ebration of the 15th birthday of
their twin children, David and
Devera. David is newly-elected
USY president.
0HEL ISRAEL SK0LER TRYSKER CONGREGATION
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ANNOUNCES THAT TrKT Will MAVt
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HIGH H0UDAY SEATS AVAILABLE AT OFFICE
DAYTIME and EVENINGS
For Further Information Call HI 6-5489
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13 M.W. M AVENUE, MIAMI, FIA.
HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES CONDUCTED BY
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lunges. Left to right (roar) are Jerome Samuel Gordon. Front row are Jerry Kaufman,
iGeoiqe Richman. Ruth Burman, Abe Kap- Dennis Olivares and Michael Greene.
[knew?.Beyers. Harold Tokayer, Irene
Yanich Joins Israel Bond Staff Here
Joseph Yanich. who has just re-
turned to the States after spending
the past three and one-hif years
in Israel. Wednesday joined the
staff of the Israel Bond office as a
field representative.
While in Israel. Yanich worked
as a chief community-group organ-
izer for the Hedassah Medical Or-
ganization, Division o^Vunimunity
Health Services. Tn* Jeruxare'm and
villages of the .Judean Hills. In
this work, he dealt di/arUy with
new immigrants* and various Israel Jj."^
government agencies in coordina-
ting integration efforts through the
feNMtsM ul lillsaji ml 111
councils. -
Institute of Chicago, receiving a
Bachelor of Fin* Arts degree I
from Crjnbrook Academy of Art,
Bloomfield Hills, Mich.
She has exhibited and been a
prize winner at the Michigan Art-
ist Exhibition.
Mrs. Yanich has had extensive
experience working with youth as
arts and crafts director at Herzl j
Camp and Camp Tevye, and as
music supervisor and special activ-
ities director at Temple Israel, De- \
mm yanich
A
1 Officer Clarifies
lnssfwce Rules
iwterans who first enter-
t after April 25. 1951, and
being di-iharged. can-
J'Gl life la^irance unless
* 1 iervice gs, olficer in charge of
BtJ Admuu-iraiion umce
*, WedncMl.n said consid-
[aisunderstamlmi; exists on
laid veteran- leaving ser-
1 seitiee-inciii red disabil-
**hoare insurable except
. may apply to
'* fer GI life ir.-uranea any
Tiinune year ,tu-r the VA
r disability are service-
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In addition,,Yanich acted as
chief eommurilry heUb. werker
at the Hadattah 'Family and Com-
munity Health Center in Kiryat
Hayoval, a suburb of Jerusalem.
Prior to going to Israel in 1953.1
Yanich was a*<*< I frith the De-
partment of Public Welfare. City
of Detroit. tjr cvrt#V(immunity
Council of DfM>&. a*jB the Detroit]
Chapter of IwLrieafi' lied .Cross.
Home Service.
He also worked extensively with
Jewish youth as assistant director
of Herzl Camp. Webster. Wise.;
Sunday school supervisor. Temple
Israel, Detroit: and music super-
visor, United Hebrew Schools. De-
troit.
Yanich is graduate of Wayne
University. Detroit, where he re-
ceived an AB in sociology. He also
graduated from the School of So-
cial Work. University of Michigan,
Ann Arbor, majoring in community
organization.
Mrs. Yanich, the former Re-
fine Kiixl, hH studied at the
University of Michigan, end Art
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In Israel. Mrs. Yanich worked as
an audio-visual aid specialist at the
Hadassah Family and Community
Health Center. Kiryat Hayoval.
Both of the Yanich children. Noah
Eliezer. age 3. and Yael Dvora. age
17 months, were born in Jerusalem.
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III! MtY UIYMM.Y
In Memoriam Youth: and Death Shall Have No Domink
A BOY'S QUIET VOICE. By Ruth Kolko Cohen. 115 pp.
New York: Greenburg: Publisher. $2.75.
CPHRAIM WAS THE eldest of Ruth and Herman Cohens
* six children. On Sept. 2 last year, just a few days
before his fifteenth birthday. Ephraim died of bone can-
cer. This book was written by Mrs. Cohen, both as a MBI
of conquering her grief, and as a record for the younger
children, who adored Eph. It is not a book of lamenta-
tion: with all its tremendous sorrow, the spirit of the book
is one of triumph rather than defeat. Perhaps this is be-
cause that was Ephraim's spirit, and this is essentially his
Mrs. Cohen writes very simply of the first horrifying
discovery, of the amputation of Ephraim s left leg and his
magnificent acceptance of this "challenge." of the four
brief months of hopeand of the last five months, Mcta
*iklto\ iisuini \y
succeeding dav made even more precious than the last. In
the face of Eph's growing suffering, what stands out is
not the inevitable surrender to pain and death, but the
way in which happiness was wrested from every moment,
the wav in which family and friends, taking their cue from
Eph's own great courage, rallied around him with warmth
and faith And. since the Cohens are a family which lives
their Judaism, the book is also a record of the'sustaining
power of their faith, even when the most unanswerable
question is finally asked.
Mrs. Cohen, who writes beautifully and quietly, says
little about her own heartbreak. Instead, she finds thank-
fulness tor each small joy they had time to give Ephraim.
and for all the tiny things which helped, in some way, to
main dying a little easier. It is the greatest tribute to
the indomitable spirit of her son. and in a kind of exalta-
Supreme Court as Civil Rights Champion
Washington
JEWISH GROUPS HAVE noted how the f.S. Supreme
"t Court, on the basis of its decisions during the 1956-57
term, has asserted its role as protector of civil rights and
libei 'ties.
The Supreme Court's recent actions revealed a trim!
toward libertarian interpretation of Constitutional guaran-
tees, especially thoM vital to racial and religious minor-
ities. This trend began in 1953 when California Gov Earl
Warren was appointed to succeed Fred Vinson as Chief
Justice. The conservative majority of the Vlnaon court
had generally taken positions unfavorable to individual
liberties.
Today a liberal group is in control Justices Warren.
Dou-ilas, Black and Brennan. According to an analysis of
the record, these justices voted consistently in favor of
upholding claimed constitutional rights. Justice Clark,
and to a lesser extent Justice Burton, voted in the nega-
tive. The decisive votes of Justices Frankfurter and liar-
Ian were found in the middle of the road. The analysis
was prepared by the American Jewish Congress.
Supreme Court decisions restricted investigative
abuses ot Federal and state legislative committees and
supported civil liberties in a number of important decis-
ion- By these decisions, tin- court expanded the Con-
stitutional rights of the individual and curbed the power
I* I vio SCHWABTZ
of the government to encroach upon such rights.
The court handed down only two decisions this term
in the field of civil rights. Both were decided without is-
suance of detailed opinions.
In one ruling, the court affirmed a district court hold-
ing that an Alabama statute and a Montgomery ordinance
requiring segregation of the races in buses operating
wholly within the state violate the equal protection clause
ol the Fourteenth Amendment.
The court also reversed a Pennsylvania decision which
held that Negroes could be excluded from Girard College
in Philadelphia. Girard College had been set up under
the will of Stephen Girard. who left a fund in trust for the
erection and operation of a "college" which would admit
"poor white orphans." The City of Philadelphia was
named as trustee. Since 1848. when the college was open-
ed, it has been managed by a board of directors set up un-
der Pennsylvania law.
A Pennsylvania court held that Negroes could be re-
fused admission to the college because it was a private
institution and the provisions of the Fourteenth Amend-
ment apply only to state action The Supreme Court re-
versed it. holding that the board that operates Girard Col-
lege "is an agency of the State of Pennsylvania" and dis-
crimination on account of race by state agencies is pro-
hibited by the "equal protection" clause.
Rothschild's Visit Brings Back Memories
baron edmond de Rothschild's visit to the United
Hows the recent publication of the will ol his
uncle. "Jimmy," leaving several million dollars for the
erection ol suitable building to house [srai i Pat liament,
the Knesset.
The young Baron Edmund's visit here also has an
Israel motivation. They have given money, the) have
made the supreme sacrifice. Two ol the Rothschilds dl
on the field ol battle in Palestli i with the British
Army in that area. "Jimmy" who left the mone) lor the
Israel "Capitol" building also served under General Alien-
by in the first World War
The Rothschild whose nanu i- a en all through the
UEtmFMT G. WJ'FT
Claire Signed as Vixen
U rtiir r\r- .i_ Hollvwood
IN ONE OF the mo-t off heat castings ol the year Clfire
Bloom. England's excitingly brilliant young star who
has appeared opposite Charlie Chaplin in "Limelight" and
Laurence Olivier in "Richard the Third." has been si tned
for the vixenish daughter of a pirate in "The Buccaneer
Henry WiUoxoB's production tor the Cecil H DeMille or-
ganization. Again. Miss Bloom will appear opposite Yul
Brynner. with whom she currently -tars in "The Brothers
Karamazov.
Jesse L. Lasky. Jr.. co-author of The Ten Command-
ments, has completed the screen play for this adventure
of patriotism and piracy dealing with the master buccaneer
Jean Lafitte who became the hero of the battle of New
Orleans in the War of 1812. (harlton Heston, currently on
the screen as Moses, will appear in the mask of Andrew
wildcat"' B1m 3S BnniC Brown' a *
The characterization of the female pirate is a switch
for Miss Bloom, a graduate of the Old Vic who was hailed
as the loveliest Juliet of all time when she bowed on the
London stage. She has since been seen in only the most
feminine and ladylike roles on st.ge, television, and
such films as "The Man Between" and "Alexander
dc
early story of Jewish settlement is Baron Edmond
Rothschild, alter whom the voting Baron is named.
Edmond de Rothschild was a pious Jew. On Vom Kip-
pur, one eould see him wrapped in his Talith. at his pray.
i the synagogue.
He had faith Faith is something we don't alwavs as-
SOClate With dollar- Mammon and God have been usually
" port! U not being on -peaking terms with one another
yel it might be said that the Rothschild fortune was built
on faith.
Meyer Anslem Rothschild, the first great builder of
Rothschild en.....e had faith thai Napoleon would be
defeated Re had faith m the British victory. He staked
his fortune on n it Napoleon had won the battle of Water-
'" i'; wHam been wiped out. n, was an optimist
He believed that the force- of good would triumph
Edmond de Rothschild had faith in the Jewish dream,
e had faith that Jews could become successful farmers
He had faith in those straggling Pioneer, ol Riahon I*
/ioni and I'eiach fikvah Without the help he gave based
00 111.- faith, those colonies would have died aborning
n dark rzan-t Russia, the faith of two men stirred
^'n'h'' h,'ar,s "* """'""^ "f J's "Herri and
Rothschild That was the magical combination The R ,
sehilds were the only Jewish mill.ona.res who J ?heir
language. They were the princes the world of finance
tiUABU saijttim
tion which humbles death, that hi, r
story with the Rosh Hashona praver cltE."'
"And it is said. Nevertheless I will rZlH "E
nant with thee in the days of thy youth 1^,'
lish unto thee an everlasting covenant a a *'"'
Ephraim my dear son? Is he a pleasant'child* b '5!
I speak against him, I do
<*ild? For I
still: therefore my heart yearneth toward??"*"
surely have mercy upon him. saith the Lord
One thing more: all monies derived from o.
this book go to the Ephraim Cohen MenX*
grants in the fields of medical and religi^".
A BOOK OP CONTEMPLATION. By O.ooW
14? pp. NewYerk: Philo*^., BRJ '
IN A LISTIINC of his own "definitions" of
words in modern thinking. Dr. Runes is often .
and epigrammatic, often clever, and alwavs a i
breaker. Out of some of the best 'contemplation?'
several little nuggets of wisdom well worth
thought. Unfortunately, it is difficult to be
Shavian (even Shaw had his bad moments) and L
can also be frivolous, inconsequential, and sometin
plain dull. He is not above giving full vent to his
judices. which can be rather annoying it they d*
pen to match one's own; his dislike of psychoana
instance, does not lessen from book to book,
above reprinting a choice phrase culled from a
book, and this, too, is rather disturbing. Readers i
read and enjoyed his many other publications
this one up to his usual standard.
SAM MiLLER
A Pretty Sports Si
yUHEN ATHLETES PROM two dozen countries i
" ed into the modern stadium at Ramat Gan on!
to open the Fifth Maccabiah the greatest prize
champion of all the Olympic Games will march
ranks of the Israel team.
She is Agnes Keleti a pretty and charming.
sports star from Hungary who last year in
amassed four gold and two silver medals, an unp
ed total in Olympic records. Of the four i
ercises in which the world's best gymnasts con.
judges ruled her supreme in three categoriesoa I
ance team, on the uneven bars and in the floor e*
She also was among the six girls who won the go
in team drill, in the combined exercise- -he
for one of her silver medals, the other being besi
virtue of her part Sn achieving second place
in the women's team championship.
Her triumphs rebounded to the credit of Hu
because she was wearing that country's red-un
green colors in the Olympic Contests once the Oh
llame had been extinguished, however, she sought i
in the free world.
During the games and afterwards, the name of/
Keleti kepf recurring in the world press and
her feats highlighted new-reel- nt werfl
Yet few people knew her to be Jewish. Vet she is an*
ed Jew and had been a prewar member ol a tamed J^
athletics clubV.A.C. ("Vivo .Alhletikai Club")
native Budapest.
V.A.C. was banned early in the war hut. ju Hungary' was wholly submerged in the Nati maelstroa
youthful sportswoman was able to participate in I
gymnastics tournaments She was then entered und
family name of Klein, which she Ifagyarized to "*
after the war.
Her father Franz Klein, a small scale commerciM
ner. disappeared after the Germans had occupied th*|
try in 1M4, the most tragic year of Hungarian JeT
later the family learned that, in one ot the indiscns
raids to fill a "Jewish deportation quota." he had I
dragged off a Budapest street car and taken straigwl
railroad cattle car destined for Auschwitz where MJ
lined in the gas chambers.
Silent Reevaluation of the Policy of Silence
WHILE *AR FROM admitting pllhJic.v. JSFfZ
iSHHHBffisas
in
the
outworn -;i--------- su ten as not results in Inactivity wnl "epanment or to the United manon-. rrjj.
standing fulds where the DO|icv of v1io,,ion* of Sm rights by Israel ships and to -
applied recen.lv include such prob ^'^-"c pressure against this JJfigJ ," ,
freedom of navigation a-.k however, that so far Saud has limited nuns*"
rcaliza-
policy
second, that
h > ,?nn er Ram?"' fr many years a foreign correspon-
dent In Hollywood has left for Israel to set up production
of a picture based on last year's Sinai campaign The
film was written by Ramati and will be directed by Victor
V.cas who bowed in this country with the cinematic ver-
sion of "The Wajiward Bus."
outward silence as often as not result-"to
Some of the out
silence" was broadly
ward Israel and toward tSLitJ!^ *** to-
fes assert, a. countering oplsiZ,i> Til'n par"
*.-sa; sEjjktr ways
that too much talk might endanger freedom of nvuj
in the Gulf of Aqaba. ti
The theory was. that publicity given to sh'PPj"* {
gulf would force King Saud to live up to his bos
preventing Israel navigation, while silence *oU
Saud to act as if there was no shipping The
silence." however, did not prevent Saud fromi
almost every week, a note of protest eilhe
Department or to the United Nations
charging
and diplomatic pressure.
An even more effective silence was
achieved >
Israel t-*1J
other shipping issuethat of sending an --- ^
through the Sues Canal. Again, shortly_an ^
withdrawal from Sinai there were daily "!""inent.,
lions that the dispatch of a test ship wa "'rormed
ever, no test ship was sent and the 'wel ^ted.
ces" from which news about this subject ons
ly dried up.


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Limte September. AD. 17.
AIKILPH HAUPT
As Administrator of the Rstate of
LOUIS ROUSS Decased
MARX M. FABEH
1*12 Congress Building
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Administrator
1/13-20-CT. IS/4
I *ST,CE UNDER
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"*E IS HEREBY GIVEN that
""Jm. desiring to engage In
li'i.'."" "'"tl"U name of
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ne with the
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Miami Beach, Florida, Intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
METER DA TAN
RAY DAYAN
ORAYBON and UPTON
Attorneys for Meyer Dsyan and
Ray Dayan
/13-20-27. 10/4
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Hoi LEVAHD PATIO SHOP at 6701
Rls.-e.ync Blvd Miami, Florida intenda
.' .r*""i.r ""'d name with the Clerk
?i ,f v.r.vilt Couit ..t Dade County,
I Ml Ida.
.IOSEPH REDINtiKR
IIKflMAN S'KNNlN.;
KKSSl.KIt OANH
Attorneys for Applicants
m S W lMt St., Miami, Fla.
1BR
NOTICE UNDER
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NOTICE IS HEREBY (IIVEN that
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business under the fictitious name of
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2ith Avenue, Miami Intend to register
said name with the Clerk oT the Clr*'
cull Court of l.arte County. Florida
J H. BROWN. >4 Equal Partner
WAIJ.Y TRAITH. % Equal Partner
BARNETT PEI.TZ
Attorney for Applicants
914 Congress Bldg.
/-13-2(l-;7
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. S7S38
RE: ESTATE UF
ABRAHAM KFOI.ER, a, k a
abe k' >;i.i:re
I le. ra.i ,1
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge at Executor of theu
estate of ABRAHAM KO.I.KR. a k.'a
ABE KF the Hal da> of October |J7, will ap-
Fly to the Honorable county Judge of
mle County, Florida, for approval of
said final report and for final dis-
charge as Excuutw of the Ksiate of
ABRAHAM KUUL.BR, k a ABE
KC<:i,KH. deceased
This 21rd da) of July. 1-,7.
LEO Kir; ,ER
MM.TON A FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Kxecutor.
IS-20-27, l" t
NOTICE UNDER
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NOTICat IS HEREBY CJIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business uipier the iictitlous najnas ol
Reliance Realty A Business Brokers:
and Reliance Realty Investnr.nt
Brokers: and Reliance Realty ft Mort-
gage Brokers, and HvlLince Real Es-
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County, Florida.
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Attortieya for Applicants
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business under the fictitious name of
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FI.ORIDA at IsMM.W. kth St Miami,
Florida intend to leglsler said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Courj of
Dade County. 1-Toriila
HARVEY FARMER and
HAZEL FARMER, Jointly,
with the right of survivorship.
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Attorney* f'rr Applicants
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Over
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deral
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Florida Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
I: I: >RO E FA 1RC HI LD
REIOEI, ft TEITELMAN
Attorneys for Applicant
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8/30. 9/4-13-20
Lt-GAL NOTICO
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
.AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 205295
ORACE VIOLA CA1.1.EN,
Plaintiff,
vs.
AI.VIN C. CALLEN,
Ihefendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Tot*, AI.VIN C CALLEN. cfo Coa-
nottl Motor". .".KS Corey Ave., Brad-
dock, I'a., are hereby required to serve
your Answer to the Complaint for I >i-
vorce filed against you herein, upon
NELSON Ai SC1HI.MAN, Attorneys
for Plaintiff. 407 Uncoln Road, Miami
Beach, Florida, and file the original
thereof In the Office of the clerk of
the above Court, on or before the 14th
day of October, 1957, otherwise ih-
said complaint will be taken as con.
resaed by you. '
Wsllid this 11th day..* September.
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By R H Itli E. JR..
.,. -. I>eputy Clerk.
J/13-20-27, 10/4
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l>uslne.s under the fictitious name of
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S.W. 8th Street. Miami. Florida. In-
tends to register ssld nsme with the
Clerk of Lhe Circuit Court of Dade
CoDrrtv. Florida.
JEANETTE S FISHMAN
EHRICH ft ZUCKERM \N
lOHI Blscayne Bldg.. Miami 32, Fla.
Attorneys for Jeanette S. Ftshman
9'20-27. 10/4-11
NOTICE UNDER
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NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
TAMIAMI COFFEE BHOP al Ufa W.
Klagler Street, Miami, intend to raff,
later said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
i. MUCIN wil.l.is
I WNIE WILLIS
KESSLER A caps
Attorneys for Applicants
ISM s w. i-r si Miami, Fla.
l" i-il
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 41428-B
In Re ESTATE OF
HYMAN UOFSEYEFF, also known al
HTMAN OOFF
I lereaaed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Person- Har-
ms Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You. and each of you are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands whk-h you, or
either of you, may have against tr>e
estate of HYMAN GOFHETEFF, also
known as HYMAN OOFF deceased
Igte of Hade County. Florida, to the
Honorable County Judges of Bade
Countv. and file the same In their of-
fice- in the County Courfhoaaa in Dade
County, Florida, within eight calendar
months from the date of the first pub-
lication hereof. Said claims or de-
mands to contain the legal address of
the claimant and to he sworn to and
presented as aforesaid, or same will be
barred Bee Section 733.1* of the 19ID
Probats Act.
Pate September 12, AD. 19 >7.
GILBERT GROSS, A Administra-
tor of tire Estate of HTM w 0OF-
KEYEFF, also known aj HYMAN
.;IF l-'. I 'e- ssed
MAUN M FABER m^
1412 Congress Bldg., Miami, Fla.
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
L. ^ND rR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PRORATE, No. 4144C-B
In Re: ESTATE OF
REUBEN MEYROWITZ
Decessed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of REI'BEN MEYROWITZ de-
ceased late of New York Countv. New
York, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same In their
offices In the County Courthouse in
Dade County. Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof, or the same
will be barred.
MAX R SILVER, as Ancillary Ad-
ministrator Cum Testamento Annexo.
MAX R SILVER. Attorney
922 Reynold Building. Miami. Fla.
8/30.9/6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERBBY fllVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
buslneaa under the fictitious name of
RIXIN APTS at .'.00 13th Street and
l^KO Drexel Avenue, Miami Beach.
Dade County, Florida intend to regl-
,ld name with the Cferfe of the
Circuit Court of "ad. Countv, Florida.
I.l-MN 1M\I\
MARY III -XIN
ENOLANDER ft TBNDRICH
Attorneys fot Leon ft Mary Rnxln
rsii Lincoln Ftd Miami Bern b, Fla.
9/4-13--
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 4148S
In Re: ESTATE OF
SAMUEL ALONZO HYLE
I... ceased
To All Creditors snd All Persons Rat.
Ing Claims or Demands Agslnst Sid
Estate:
You. and each of you. are hereby
notified and required to present ar.v
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against th
estate of SAMl'EL AlX>NZO HYLE
des eased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the Honorable County Judges of
Dade County, snd file the same In his
office In the County Courthouse in
l>sde County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
l-flrst publication hereof. Said clalma
or demands to contain the legal id-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and presented aa aforesaid, or ..me.
Will be barred.
Dale September 11. AD. 19:.7.
Mildred Pauline Hyle Huddle-ton
As Executrix of the Iast Wll1 .nd
Testament of SAMUEL ALONZO
HYLE. Deceaaed.
Ell Breger ft Harvey J. St. Jean.
Attorneys for Executrix
|M Lincoln ltd, Miami Beach, r' i.
1/lJ-iS-tt. 10/4
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 204741
JAMES I. MacRAE, JR.,
Plaintiff,
vs.
HARRIET M. Ma.P.AK. JR..
I lef.-n-lant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: HARRIET M MacRAE, JR.
27 Congressional Walk
Buffalo, N.-w York
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are requir-
ed to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorneys. RICHMOND
* GOLDSTEIN. 1 Lincoln Road Build-
Ing. Miami Beach, Florida and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 30th day of S.-piem-
ber, 19".7 If fall to do so. Judgment
by default will be taken against you
for the relief demanded in the Bill of
Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 22nd day of August, AD.
1!C.7.
E 11 LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
(seal) By D. J. KERN
I -puty Clei k.
RICHMOND ft GOLDSTEIN
1 Lincoln Road Bulldlnft
Miami Beach. Florida
8/30,9/6-13-20
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 4126a-B
In Re: ESTATE OF
I'll 11.11' L. KA8DIN, I k a
PHIL KA8DIN
I ,. ssed
To All Creditors and am Persona Hav-
ing: Claims or Demands Aftglnsl Said
You. and each of y.-u. are hereby
notified and required to present an)
claims Snd demands which Noil, or
,iii i of you, n against ih.-
.-tr......i Philip L Ksadln, k .. Phil
Kasdln d< i aaed late of i M
to the lion Frank B 1 ling
judge of Dad.- County, and
same In his offlc. In the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
ida, within eight calendar months
from the dale of tire first publ
hereof -:..lil I urn..... dl maad- to
contain the legal address of the claim-
ant and to h. sworn to and preaented
as aforesaid, or same will he barred
Dated August 22, A D. IHI
MINNIE KA8D1N
Aj< Administratrix of the Estate of
Philip 1. Kasdln, a/k/a Phil Kasdln
decease*!.
IIMtPY ZIKEPNl'K
Attorney lor Xdmlnlstratrlx C.T.A.
420 Lincoln R.I.. Miami Beach
I (-13-20
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to eng.o- in
business under the fictitious nan.- of
BADGER MoTEI. at 70U0 S.W. Mh
St. Miami. Hi., Intend to regii r
said name with the Clerk of th. Crr.
cult Court "I Dad.- County, Florids
FERDINAND II ROBENTHAL.'
FRIEDA It" iSENTHAI.
WM I BRENNER
Attorney for Applicants
4.'" Lincoln |;,l.. Miami V- Bl h
ti-13-20
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THe
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 206050
PETITION OH- HAROLD WAYNty
1IOI.I.AND for the Adoption of
JERRY KNAPP REED, a minor
LINDA SVE REED, a minor
ROBERT EUGENE REED, a minor
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION OF
PETITION FOR ADOPTION
TO: CARL I". REED
Address: l'nknown
You are hereby notified that a peti-
tion has been filed In the above t> I*<1
court by HAHol.D WAYNE HOL-
LAND for the adoption of JERRY
KNAPP REED, LINDA sie REED
and ROBERT EUQBNB REED, min-
ors by the Petitioner. HARol.Tl
WAYNE HOLLAND, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Answer
or Objections to show cau-e whj -.Id
petition should not be granted, on the
attorney for Petitioner, HYMAN P.
GALBUT, 210 Fifth Street. Miami
I.. I Florida, and file the original
in the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the 4th day
of October, !''
HEREIN FAIL NOT or a decree
pro confesno will be entered against
you.
WITNESS MY HAND AND SEAL
of said court In Da.le Oounty, FkH d '.
this 3rd day of Santei.ibei .ad. v.
i: !-. LEATHERMAN, i k
(seal) Ah Clerk of Said circuit Court
II> : L. A CLEAR
Deputy i
1IYM \ V I- 0 M.r.lT
Attorn*) tor Petition) i
240 Fifth S Miami Beach, Ha.
2-2".
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN r r
the undersigned, desiring to engi-u- \~\
buslneaa under the fictitious iiam. I
Bl H BENCH AD < '!' MIAMI al
\ W. North fther Drive. Miami in-
tends to .id name with the
Clerk "f the Circuit Court of l'ade
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AttOCnej s for Applicant
Congress Bldg.
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FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
bnslne-s under lhe fictitious name of
FLORIDA MEDICAL BUILDING at
2293 S.W. 8th Street. Miami. Florid*
Intend- to register said name with the
ci.rk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
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S/N, 8/6-13-20
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IliewiislbJEIl-Diciidlilgun
"Florida friday, September 20. 1957
Section B
ir
1
jler Miami youth pitch in to assist synaqoques here in
bly Day Housinq Bond drive for Israel. Daniel Brisker.
rof vouih villaqes in Israel, speaks with Judiann* Rood.
iple'judea. and Kayleen Newmark. Coral Way Jewish
leaders in younq people's subsidiary campaiqn.
will addrsss Israel Bond function Sunday at Coral
i home of Col. and Mrs. Sidney Palmer. He was aue&t
or at a bond affair in Meyer Baskin home Wednesday.
mm/ Meet Climaxes
low to Help Israel
Umax of the activities of the High Holy Day planning committee
tiding the current Housing Bond drive for the State of Israel
ii final meeting of the more than 100 rabbis, synagogue presi-1
I ud worker '" npar Or. Isaac L. Swift, former chief rabbi of,
In and world renowned speaker. *
The Crown hotel is site of the
meeting monday evening. Admis-,
sion is free. Co-chairmen of the
High Holy Day planning committee
are Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz and
William Born stein
\
1
U0 LAMIA
Featured at the meeting with
Dr. Swift will be Morton Free-
man, world-renowned American I
and Israeli concert and recording
artist. He will be heard in a pro-
gram of Jowish songs.
Rabbi Abramowitz and Bornstein
said Wednesday that demand for
admission to the Monday meeting is
heavy.
Principal speaker Dr. Swift is a
world traveler, lecturer and writer,
whose articles on the U.S., Israel
and Europe have appeared in top
periodicals "Greater Miami will j
want to hear Dr. Swifts important
Continued on Page 13 B
Shofar is Award
For Bond Effort
A Shofar a unique piece of
craftsmanship made in Israel es-
pecially for this occasionwill he
!" < nted to those synagogues who
meet their High Holiday Housing
Bond quotas, High Holy Day co-
chairmen Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
and William Bernstein said Thurs-
day.
An individual inscription on the
cover of the beautifully fitted vel-
vet-lined case will pay special trib-
ute to the work of the synagogue
to which the Shofar from Israel is
presented.
The women of Greater Miami
will once again follow Mrs. Anna
Brenner Meyer-, chairman of the
Women's Division, in a special sell-
ing and collection campaign, dur-
ing the drive. Sisterhoods of the 29
synagogues cooperating in the
hou-ing drive are rallying behind
the white-haired dean of women at-
torneys in helping Israel to meet
one of its most pressing problems
at thi-, time.
"A personally inscribed copy
of "Voice of Israel," the now
book written by Ambassador
Abba Eban, is an additional bon-
us which will be given to workors
who collect or soil $1,000 or ovor
during the High Holy Day drivo
to help provide funds for Israel's |
emergency housing crisis," Rabbi !
Abramowitz and Bornstoin said.
The youth of Greater Miami are
also cooperating as part of the
activities of the synagogues par-
ticipating in the drive for Israel
this year. The youth groups are
representing their synagogues
which are doing their part to help
Greater Miami meet its quota of
150 housing units,
an audio-visual aid specialist at the
Local synaqoques msetinq
their Israel Housinq Bond
quotas in Hiqh Holy Day
drive will receive this made
in Israel Shofar polished and
honed to fine, smooth luster
in fitted velvet-lined cane.
Individual inscription will
pay special tribute to syna-
gogue receiving presentation.
Himalist Who Fooled
ler Due for Talk Here
I of the 29 sj nagogues participating in the High Holiday Israel
'nd drive have planned special activities supplementing the
wh will Ik- conducted during services. Jacob Sher. Greater
wmittee chairman, announced Wednesday.
mle Emanu El has planned a round of extra activities in addi
tion to the Israel Housing Bond ap-
peal which Rabbi Irving Lehrman
will make to his congregation dur-
ing the High Holy Days at the Mi-
ami Beach auditorium.
Rabbi Lehrman and Temple
Emanu-El president Samuel Fried-
land have announced plans for a
special function, at which time an
outstanding Israeli personage will
he the guest of honor. Temple
Emanu-El has accepted a High
Holiday Housing Bond quota for 35
housing units, each of which costs
93,000.
i Stern Edits
na! on Law
Tibor Stern. Beth Jacob
*!"" "Piritual leader, is
nors of a publication de-
kU* la* put out lMt
* ">' Tevuna institute of
f ^search of New York.
"I*1* appearing on an ir-
*'. the journal has
." "Keren," and will
"Published monthly. Dr.
I """itrinan. dean of tht
' 'led.
| Jnm Blum, former chief
Li^fW,lw- j,)ins Rabbi
"* Zimmerman as ed-
I issue of Torah Um-
PMbeed
under the direc
|**inistr> f Itelig.ons of
L cmed an artlcle by
Temple Beth Sholom's Rabbi
Loon Kronish and president John
Serbin plan to accomplish thoir
goal of 35 housing units by an
active schedule of events that
will reach the entire Both Sho-
lom congregation. Parlor meet-
ings end en elaborate dinner
with a visifing dignitary as guott
speaker are ell en the agenda.
Temple Judea's Rabbi Morris A.
Skop and president Sol Rovin start
Continued en Page 13 B
Avrutis to Direct
'Aviation Week1
Kenneth E. Benson, president of
the Greater Miami Aviation Assn.,
Wednesday announced the appoint-
ment of Milliard "Buzz" Avrutis,
vice president of Miller, Bacon. Av-
rutis & Simons, Inc., to the post of
director and coordinator of Avia-
tion Week, to be observed Oct. 6
to 12, honoring Miami's mushroom-
ing aviation industry and the 30th
anniversary of the Greater Miami
Aviation Assn.. the largest and old-
est association of its kind in the
state.
Two phases will bo seotlighted:
(1) that aviation is Dado county's
largest industry with a total pay-
roll in excess of 5200 million; and
(2) that Miami International Air-
port, the gateway to the Carib-
bean and South America, is today
the second busiest airport in the
nation.
Highlighting the week's activities
will be a banquet held at Miami
Springs Playhouse Oct. 11, at which
Gov. LeRoy Collins and U.S. Sen.
Spessard Holland will be speakers.
Rabbi Twersky at Beth
Jacob's Whitman Hall
David Whitman, president. Wed
nesday announced that services at
Beth Jacob Congregation will be
conducted by Rabbi Tibor Stern,
assisted by Cantor Maurice Mam-
ches and Rev. Abraham Safra.
Auxiliary services are being held
at Whitman Hall, where there are
accommodations for over 300 per-
sons. These services will be con-
ducted by Rabbi Mordechai Twer-
sky. of New York, who will deliver
the sermons, and Rabbi J. Fruchter
and Rev. S. Raab, who will recite
the liturgy.
Bffi David 'Rites' Due
Mrs Morris Rabinowitr and Mrs.
Max Jacobson this week launched
"wedding plans" of Miss Sisterhood
and Mr. Membership, son of Mr.
Beth David. 'Rites" are scheduled
Oct. 16 at Beth David Congrega-
tion. ----------------
GMJCC Nurseries
Give Mom an
Easy Feeling
Greater Miami Jewish Commun-
ity Center nursery schools serve
the needs of working mothers by
giving children from three to six
years of age full day care at two of
its branches, the Town Branch at
450 SW 16th ave.. Miami, and the
Beach Branch at 1536 Bay rd.
At each of these two nursery
schools, a cook prepares a hot nu-
tritional meal daily, Monday
through Friday. At the mid-morn-
ing and mid-afternoon refreshment
periods, each child receives one
half pint of milk and cookies or
fruit.
This moans that each child re-
ceives three one-half pints of
milk daily while in the GMJCC
full day nursery school program.
After lunch, each child rests or
sleeps on his own individual cot as
long as he needs to.
At all times during the full day
program, a professional licensed
nursery school teacher supervises
each child's activities, awake or
asleep.
Mothers, as well as children, are
served by the GMJCC full-day nur-
sery school programs. Considera-
tion of the mother's work-hours
and the time she may require for
proper and adequate care and su-
pervision of her child is discussed
with each working mother at the
time the child is registered.
A plan for full day care is then
made to serve the needs of both the
child in the program and the mo-
ther who needs to work.
Transportation to and from the
homo and school in Center buses
is provided. A driver and an
escort are responsible for the
safe transportation of all child-
ren in these buses.
In charge are Mrs. Biair Zim-
mett, head teacher of the Town
Branch; Mrs. Tobias Simon, head
teacher of the Beach Branch; and
Mrs. Melvin Shrago, head teacher
of the new North County YMHA
Branch.
Graduate Nurses
Hear Directors
* Orarhiater-ar Ml Sinai Hospital
School of Practical Nursing heard
Mayor Kenneth Oka of Miami
Beach speak before the group dur-
ing ceremonies at the hospital Wed-
nesday.
Anna Brenner Meyers, member
of the school's- advisory committee
and vice chairman of the Dade
County Board of Public Instruction,
presided at the graduating cere-
monies. Samuel Gertner, executive
director of the hospital, spoke, a.s
well as Mrs. Philip Lefkowitz. vice
president of the Women's Auxil-
iary, and David Phillips, member
of the board of trustees.
The school, headed by Mrs.
Cermen F. Ross, who is also di-
rector of education at the hos-
pital, is sponsored by the Mt.
Sinai Women's Auxiliary and ht
the only school in the State of
Florida to bo accredited by the
National Assn. for Practical
Nurse Education, Florida Board
of Nurses and the Veterans' Ad-
ministration.
Mrs. Kathryn Carter, assistant di-
rector of nursing, represented the
hospital's nursing department.
Optimists 'Bet1
On UM Future
Graduates of Miami Beach Senior
High School will benefit from a
new scholarship loan fund insti-
tuted at the University of Miami
by the Miami Beach Optimist Club.
In a brief ceremony here, UM
president Dr. Jay F. W. Pearson
accepted a $500 starter check from
Dr. Oscar S. Ruskin, chairman of
the Optimist scholarship commit-
tee, and committee member Eman
uel Goldstrich.
The Optimist scholarship fund
will bo used to aid deserving
university students who are grad-
uates of Miami Beach High
School. UM's scholarship com-
mittee, headed by Dr. H. Frank-
lin Williams, vice president and
director of community affairs.
will administer the fund.
In making the check presenta-
tion, Goldstrich said that "this $500
is a small sum toward our greater
goal. We hope to add 51,000 a year
to the UM fund from now on. We
also hope our example will en-
courage other Optimist clubs in the
area to follow suit."
Expressing the university's ap-
preciation. Pearson commented, "I
know of no more fitting project for
an Optimist than betting on the
future."
University of Miami president Dr. Jay F. W. Pearson (left) ac-
cepts check from Miami Beach Optimist Chib members Eman-
uel Goldstrich (center) and Dr. Oscar S. Ruskin. Check will be
used to start an Optimist scholarship loan fund at UM for grad-
uates of Miami Beach Senior High School.


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J-ridayJ3.ptoabtr,

eclat J-avoriies
"L'shana Tova Tikasevu." or "May you be inscribed for a
good New Year." decorates frosted honey cake pictured
above. I. Rokeach & Sons, manufacturers of pure honey in
re-usable carafe shown, have developsd easy, never-fail re-
cipe for baking traditional honey cake with endless variations.
Bake it as miniature upside down cakes with pears, apples or
peaches, as shown in background, or bake it as a large tube
cake or as individual cupcakes.
Your Rosh Hashona Menu
Capped by Fine Honey Cake
winey Borsrht in a class decanter
that's pretty enough to serve right
at the holiday tahle. and their six
varieties of chicken soup arc rec-
ommended a> true. homi,--tylr.
strictly kosher foods, ready to serve
attractively and with a minimum of
effort, .ill during the High Roll-
lays
Throughout the High Holidays,
gefilte fish ami honey dishes will
have .1 prominent place in holiday
meals, along with challah. kreplach.
i ew fruits of the season, and other
foods symbolic of Jewish hope* for
a sweet, happ) and fruitful New
Year
us and tested recipe- lor the
il.i-huna and Vinii Kippur
holidays have been suggested be-
low by I Rokeach & Sons, Inc.. ko-
sher food manufacturers, who have
on the market the only get lite fish
in a thick, redi jelled golden broth
that is -ii characteristic of the
home made product.
Their pure honey, newly intro-
duced in a reusable caraie. their
Services Under Cemetery Assn.
Auspices Slated for Sept. 29
Service tor the deceased will be
conducted hy Rabbi Tihor Stern.
of Beth Jacob Congregation. Sun-i
day, Sept. 29. under the auspices
ot the Jewish Cemetery A-sn ol
Greater Miami.
Service- at the Jewish section of
U nod I awn Park. 3260 S\V 8th st..
Miami, will be at 11 a.m. At Mt.
Sinai Cemetery'. 1125 NW 137th
St., Miami, service- will be a 2 p.m.
Hyman Galbut. association presi-
dent, said prayerhooks and seats
will be furnished, and that services
will he under a tent in case of rain
Rosh Hashona Dinner
Challah
Rokeach Hone) Apple Slices
Chilled. Jellied Rokeach Bor-cht
Rokeach Gefillta Fish Whip
in Avocado Shells
Roast Chicken or Duck
Mehren Tsimmes Peas
Honey Cake. Taiglach. Fresh Fruit
Black Coffee or Tea

Honey Fruit Cake: Spread *K cup
chopped candied fruit on top after
batter has been turned into pan.
or if desired, tresh apple or peach
slices may be inserted into top of
batter before baking
Honey Cupcakes: Turn batter in-
to paper lined muffin tins Bake 20
to 25 minute-, or until firm and
done. Frost, if desired..or sprinkle
with powdered sugar.
Honey Toast: When cake i- sev-
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| oven or under broiler. Serve with
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Not the fat on shoulders, hips, waistline, etc., but fat that ac-
cumulates in the arteries. To combat this danqer less fat in
foods is recommended. HOLLAND HONEY CAKE AND
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out additions of any fat. Yet they are nutritious, delicious
and energy giving foods. Good health depends to a larqe
extent upon what we eat.
Suqar, wheat, eqqs, salt your problem? HOLLAND HONEY
CAKE AND BREADmade without these ingredientsis
the answer. For your Good Health's sake eat HOLLAND
HONEY CAKE. Tell your friends about this prod net-they
will appreciate the tip. Ask for it in your food store
Make Home Clean
For High Holy Days
The Jewish High Holy Davs are
solemn days For it Ii if this time
that Jew- take i reckoning of lha
p.i-t: that they cleanse their soul
of all it- -m- and prepare it lor the
coming rear.
tad |ust .i- II is necessary to
kileeJiM out's KOl, so *- N ne*eeaarjfcj
to cleanse one'- bod] and
DOOMS; and prepare them for
the holidays. It is therefore ..
thing to know that there are three
wonderful products which will help
',. in.ike home, laundrv. and dlsh-Sl
Kosher clean and bright for the
holidays, product- that are strictly
Kosher and Parve and produced
under rabbinical supervision.
These arc none othar than the
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Colgate Palmolive Company,
Ajax, Fab and Val. For the busy
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home and everything in the
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AEPhi Mothers Club Revealed
Organization of the Mothers club
of Alpha Tau chapter. Alpha Ep
nlon Phi sorority at the University
of Florida, was announced Sept. 7
at the home of Dr. and Mrs Max
Fepper, of Miami.
Guests of honor were Mrs. Sid-
ney Lewis', past national Mothers
rlstein. province director: and Mrs, '
Ji yce GUckaborg, chapter advisor.
Many AEPhi sorority sisters were
present, including Miss Marjone
Abrams. president. Temporary ol
fleers and chairmen were appoint-
cd as follow*
Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich, vie*
Mrs. Mm Pepper, pratident;
president; Mrs. Esttll* Scop, re-
cording secretary; Mrs. Si Levint,
corresponding secretary; Mrs.
SylvU Btrnie Edelman, treasur-
er; Mrs. Alex Nason, telephone
chairman; and Mrs. Allen
Abrams, publicity chairman.
Next meetine. will be held Oct.
10 at the home of Dr. and Mrs.
Pepper, and mothers of new
pledges will be welcomed into the
group. Plans will be made in help
furnish the new chapter house, to
i the firal Uma Ikla
rl 5
Medical Fund Will Be Highlighted
She will present Abe Kur
Greater Miami Women's
iary, Jewish Home lor the I
\\;11 dedicate its first general meet-
ing ofthe 1957-58 season to the Sid-
i Appel Medical Fund, on Tues-
day noon in the Ruba;>at room ol
the Algiers hotel.
Mrs. Sol Sth rident.
will give her .; I I welcome
and outline p.. '<-' ensuing
Cord Party Scheduled
ater Miami Ai f the
,.,;: Medical Center was t.
I | eard party at the Pr >menade
i Thursday evening. Slated as
CO-chairmen this week were Mr-
Irving Met! and Mr-. Herman
enfi id.
man. president of the Home \
thur Kali-h. Home assistant exeCU
live director: and Mrs. Benjamin
Appel. mother of the late Sidney
I the me i
ical tund ha- been dedicated.
The fund provides all neces-
sary and special medical needs
to aged residents. Winning
awards to the reeioients of the
medical book project will be pre-
sented.
Mrs Louis Makovsky ia program
chairman. She will present Mr-
Olga Bibor Stern well known plan
i-t. and Elmer Horosnyi, violinist,
in a program "f continental music.
with audience participation.
Family and iriends qather at 35th weddinq an-
niversary of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Richard-on,
Star Island, in Pompeii room of Eden Roc
hotel. Recent settinq and menu duplicated
couple's 25th anniversary ten years aqo. Thny
were married Auq. 27, 1922 in Jacksonville,
Fla. Standing (left to riqhtl are Alex and Nan-
cy Richardson and sons Melvin and Dr..
ley. Seated are Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hein
Mr. and Mm. Jack Low, Mrs. Richard
brother and sister-in-law; Mr end Mrs.
Low. her parents, and sister Carolyn; Mr"
Mrs. Ben Giller; and Mrs. Melvin Richard
celebrating couple's daughter in law.
Monticello's PTA Hears Exec Talk
I'l \ ot Congregation Monticello
Pali met la-t week to hear an ad-
dress by Herbert Berger. assistant
director of the Bureau of Jewish
Education.
Neu offlflWa presiding included
the Mesdames AI Williams, presi-
dent: Hyman Hamburg, vice presi-
dent; Saul Bell, treasurer; Paul
Leff. corresponding secretary; and
Esther Schwab, recording secre-
tary.
Teachers on the faculty of the
Monticello Park religious school in
elude Joseph Harkey. D M
Jacob Goldlarb Mrv .l^c-.b 1
mond. Mis 1). Cruen and Mri
'"cenburg.
Spiritual leader Rabbi
I>ere. conduct: 'he confirt
clasv Registration in all
ments of the school to date i
pupils.

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mple Sinai Sisterhood to Hear Florist Tuesday
, n<__,..ln Cinii Uftlll'iav v*nlfl(f in tk> C*ia *s^ j *
Page 5B
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of Temple Sinai will | lay evening in the First Federal
I their guest Miss Pansy. Savings and Loan bldg., 125th st
flowers and Fruit Ship- and th ave., N. Miami,
flrsl fall meeting Tucs-1 Mi Pansy will speak on. as wsl
as display, tips and tricks in the
art of floral decoration.
Ml** Pansy numbers many re-
"*"") clbrii* among her
eostomors Sophie Tuckor, Mar-
tha Rayo, Mrs. Harry Truman,
and more recently Mr. and Mrs.
Cornelius Vanderbilt. Mrs. Han-
nah Funt is program chairman.
On Tuesday evening, Oct. 15, the
Sisterhood will hold a gala mem-
bership party in the Floridian room
of the Americana hotel. Theme of
the evening's program will be "Get
in the Swim of Sisterhood."
.;
S?V.i.ii.ir' and rover, early m Mm
*Eh ,, .... ieiei!5 tor *" UMNteal
2L--" -- "'"* '.T" TWs ed wo*
*JJ^,4 nd.r OoBbmicol Sueervrsse".
I '
A Picture Story of the
igh Holy Days
for children and their parents
A Foreword by
Joseph Jacobs
As we start rite Jewish New
Year, our children may won-
der at the mixture of toy
and solemnity in our words
and actions They may also
wonder about the meanings
of the different holidays we
observe, almost one after
another during Tishri. the
first month of the Hebrew
calendar year.
For these reasons, num.
ber of Hobbis and Jewish
educators have proised this
presentotion as a help to
parents in explaining the
High Holy Doys to their chil-
dren On behalf of the Jew-
ish communities of America,
I want to express our thanks
and deep appreciation to
the Coffees of Maxwell
House which hove spon*
sored so many fine Jewish
public services
r-->-
Rosh
Hashandh
TISHRI 1-2. $711
UrUMBU 76-27. 1957
IWSMer n Sounded
Mow Tear Stalls
leeks ol Heavon ore Opened
da Beys ol Penitence
No sound on earth is so deeply stir-
tint m toung and old alike as the
roll of I Ik Shofar which 10 sounded
in the >>nogue on Rosh Haahanah.
For iln- 1- ib call to wake up and re-
new our faith in t,d*...lhe call lo
Ofor.h our ouls for errors in past
tondur 1... the call 10 mate resolu-
tion, for a belief life in the year
head (in Rn.h Hashanah.the Books
0! Heaven arc opened for inventory-
lAin; and judgment. Righteous
Succoth
TISHRI 15-16. 5718
OCTOBER lOt 11-11, 1957
Why We Build Succoth
Reioicing for C-d's Bounty
Waving the Etrog
lulab. Myrtle and Willow
living in Succolh os did our Ancestors
During Surroth. after the -[.irmul
refre-limenl of ^ 0111 Kip|iur. we seek
10 experience the physical freedom of
our anre-lors in the -inn W ilderness.
Here they wandered for forty year*,
living in temporary booth- or Inn or
"Succolh" (the Hebrew word) which
cave the holi.lay it- njmr. The 9sss>
colh had trellis roof-. rris.-cro-.sed
with cracks of open sky. Today we
build Surroth to recapture the physi-
cal freedom of living as did our
ume-tor-. At Sin roili we also rejoice
jn.l give ili.rnk- for G-d's bounty
-fur the craft* anil fruit- "gathered
in" for the winter. In the Synagogue,
we witness a beautiful ceremony. A
special benediction is said as the
e-rox. luljli. myrtle and willow are
waved liy each individual who seeks
the virtues of thee four plants: The
e-rox for character: ihe lulab for up-
rixhine; the myrtle for noble deed-;
the willow for humility.
The Inspiring Coll of the Shofor
deeds have been recorded in the Book
ol Life; wicked deed- in the Book of
Death; doubtful deeds in the Book of
Question. Thus starts the Ten Days ol
Penitence, ending with Yom Kippur.
Daily prayers tSelirhoth) ire said.
Wicked and doubtful deeds are re-
pented, and resolutions are made, for
making amends and living a future
life of help and hopes for the good
of all mankind.
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Sh'mini
Atzereth
TISHRI 22, 5718
OCTOBER 17, 1957
Eighth Day of
Solemn Assembly
Simchath
Torah
TISHRI 23, 5718
OCTOltR 18, 1957
Rejoicing of
the low
Yom
Kippur
tlSHKl 10. S71
resting
6oy of Atonement
*' fot* 11 Seoled
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Elcvodon of Th Torch, Befott Raadmg
K'V .#/
The next to the last day of the Succolh
festival is known as Sh'mini Atzereth
or the Eighth Day of Solemn AoeoBV
bly. Spiritual preparation is made for
ihe joyous day that followsSimchoth
Torah. On this day there is great "Re-
joicing of the Law." The Torah is
taken from the Ark and is carried
around the synagogue in a light-
hearted proeeion of the congrega-
tion, ending at the dais. Here the
Torah is ceremoniously elevated.
Then the reading begins, starling w ith
the last purl inn of the Bible, follow eil
by reading the first portion ol Goneaio
In recount Creation. This symbolizes
that the Torah is continuouseternal
w nhniii end. The High Holy Days are
thus concluded, a period of great
rrfre-hment in respect lo one's soul
and body and O-d'o goodness for all
mankind.
Purification Of the Sew! Through Prayer
Vom Kippur lo the most spiritually .pared if their repentance hao been
recording day in Jew.sh life for those truly deep, so thai they 100 may carry
da! *,U,render ,0 'o purpose. Il is a ,, ,heir high resolve, lo lead a bet-
01 t.,Ilnfi d,v .. .T Tr?-U'r.!!"1 l!.lh# v'dy F#J -arfceel with a long lostd bli on .he
Shofar ... to eeho in one s memory
through the year ahead, the resist-
lions made to be helpful and well-
wishing to all people under C-d.
k.. V. t ino ssoay. ror
C'. The Day of Atonement and
'", ^udmenl on p.M deeds. The
ol e.rh and every individual io
2'H in ihe Book of Life or Death.
0e doubiful and evn the wicked are
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?age 6 B
vjmistitkridian
ftMqY. frptmbga.
1937
Secicn officers of Greater Miami Section, Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women, prepare for
1957-1953 program. Standing (left to right) are
Mesdames Herbert Scher. administration vice
president; Burton Goldstein, recording secre-
tary; Joseph Duntov, corresponding secretary;
Ben Singer, ways and means vice president;
B. F. Breslauer, public affairs vice president;
Leopold Schwartz, assistant treasurer; and
Charles Jacobson, treasurer. Seated aie Mes-
dames Leon Kaplan, membership vice presi-
dent; Jean C. Lehman, president; and Samuel
Gertner. service vice president.
Council's Seven Sections Kick Off
Season at Individual Meets Friday
Each of the -even division! of Kogan, 3722 Royal Palm avp. Mrs.
The Greater Miami Section. Nation- ; Nathaniel I-evin. a Council member
al (Vuncil of Jewi-h Women, is be-
ginning the new cluh year with a
drive for new members.
Mr- Jean C I-ehman. Section
pre>ident. this week announced
that Friday is the date set aside
jnr membership parties, when pres-
ent Council memlicr- will be ad-
mitted only if they hrina with them
N more new members as their
Bay Division will have have a
im' party at the home of
Mrs Bob Schwart. 7950 Biscayne pt
.r at 1 p.m Chairmen will pre-
l -hurt picture of Council
.ies
Biscayne Division will hold a
hip coffee at the home of
Mr- Aan n Kanner, 32 Shore dr.
N Bay Heights, at 10 30 a.m. Pro-
gram will be Tail k Your Life,
incil Women."
Indian Creek Division will hold a
at the home of Mrs.
Ben Klin.-. 6450 Allison Island. Mi-
ami 3each. at 10 a.m. Program will
leature .. sportswear fashion -how
Islands Division will hold a des-
and one of Dade county's outstand-
ing clubwomen, will be speaker.
Shores Division will hold its
membership tea at the home of
Mr- Hohert Lewin. 1300 NE94th st .
Miami Shore-, at 1:30 p m. A fash
i^n -how with a new twist will be
. featured.
Sunset Division ha- planned a
bus tour of Council's projects to
show their program to new mem-
' bers. Buses will leave from Hillel
llou>e. on the University of Miami
i campus, at 12:15 p.m. They will
vi-it the Council office. Miramar
School, where Council volunteers
issisl with cla-ses for blind child-
ren, the Council Thrift Shop, and
the Jewi-h Home for the Aged.
txperimeHts are Scheduled
Florida Society of Hypnotists
will meet Monday evening at the
McAllister hotel.
Members of the Society will dem-
onstrate mass hypnotism, weight
hallucination, changing taste and
smell, and various methods of hyp-
notic induction.
Dr. J. E Guy. president of the
Society, will be master of cere-
monies.
Blacks Mark
50th Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Black. 525
S. Shore dr.. Miami Beach, former-
ly of Bethlehem. Pa., were feted
Aug 25 in the Drake hotel. Phila-
delphia, one week after their 50th
wedding anniversary.
Friends from Florida. Illionis,
Texas. Indiana. New York, New
Jersey. Tennessee and Pennsylvan-
ia attended the celebration.
Mrs. Black is the former Rebecca
Pearlman. daughter of the late
Meyer and Anna Pearlman. Allen-
. town. Pa. Black, a son of the late
Eli and Nellie Black. Easton, Pa.,
founded Morris Black Building Sup-
ply Co., Bethlehem, now Morris
Black and Sons. Inc. In 1925 he
established a branch office in Al-
lentown.
While living in Bethlehem,
Black was an officer and board
member of Brith Sholom Com-
munity Center. He is chairman
emeritus of the board of direc-
tors.
Black was also a director of the
Chamber of Commerce and Com-
munity Chest; charter member and
vice president of the Boys Club;
past member and director of the
Rotary- Club; and charter member
of the Honorary First Defenders.
He was also a past director of the
Ventnor City. N. J., Beth-Juda Tem-
ple.
In Miami Beach, Black is hon-
orary vice president of the North
Shore Jewish Center and mem-
ber of the board of governors of
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
3>.
Ml. AND mtS. M0MIS IU
tion. He also belongs to nun*,, j
ous Masonic orders.
Mrs. Black was active in ci
affairs while in Bethlehem. Sh.
was a member of the Sisterh
Hadassah and B'nai Brith Ai
iary. was an organizer of the I
B'rith Lodge for Women and t
as director of the Ladies Aid i
Luke's Hospital and the Ladiei
Auxiliary of the Boys Club.
The couple has three sons, Attj
B. F. and Samuel, both of Bethlei
hem. Pa., and Leonard. Johnstoi
Pa. There are seven grandchild
Card Party Monday
Shaloma group of Hadassah i
for cards Monday noon in
Terrace room at the Sea Gull hoti
Mrs. Max J. Rothfeld is presidenrJ
'Junket1 Makes
Festive Dessert
When the Jewi-h, New Year
comes around we have a profu-ion
of holidays Starting with Rosh
Hashona. we have in rapid succes-
sion Yom Kippur. Sukkoth. Sim-
the home of Mrs Irving chath Torah and Sh'mini Atzereth.
Miller. 2305 Lake ave.. Sunset Is- so that in effect we have one ex
I. at 1 p.m. A beach show tended festiral period.
and profes-ional aquacade, follow-
ing the theme "Get in the Swim
with Council." will be presented.
Lincoln Division will hold a cof-
fee at the home of Mr- Alexander
,. Compare >
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a* Compare
i nun n}
0
t>uoroai*a kosanr-
labbi Jacob Cohtu
For the diligent and devoted
housewife this mean-, of eOOTSe,
extxra work, but also extra pleas-
ure, for herself and her family. For
during thi- perid -he trie, to OUtdo
herself in preparing extra fine
meal- So here's one way. at least
in the dr-sert department, in which
she can minimize her work and
maximize her plea-ure This is to
serve desserts made of "Junket"
Rennet Powder
"Junket" Rennet Powder makes
a most festive milk dessert in a
jiffy- Its light texture. Its ino-t
extraordinary deliciou- flavor.
make it a favorite with the entire
family. And. what is even better,
it i- a healthy and nutrition- de-
sert, for it i- made of rennet pow-
der and milk, containing plontv oi
Vitamins and mineral- and other
nutritive values. Furthermore it
a easy to digest and therefore
nakes an excellent food for babies
Yes. as a matter of fact. Junket-
rennet desserts are favorite- with
young and old.
"Junket" Rennet Powder may be
obtained in seven delicious flavors:
orange, lemon, strawberrv, rasp
berry, chcolate, vanilla, and maple.
ill kosher and produced under
strict rabbinical supervision, so
that they can be used even in the
most Orthodox Jewish familial c.-t
all seven, and alternate them with
;your dairy meal- And here's
.good hint: Get plenty of "Junket"
Rennet Powder, for you will want
| to serve them not only at holiday
itime but whenever you wish a
really fe-tive de-.-ert ST.
A\3GUST BROS ft7
/s the srtT' *'<
HAPPY NEW YEAR,
-..-.^..w,^,<^S &|oS Inc.^ ,^


September 20, 1957
+Jcn>ist>ncrktiar7
%M in JH>
bir1h, al Mt. Sinai Hos-
I. hir1h- M '-"
Kiude the following:
fc*,er br ,L5riSnd
i Weinbcrs Sept. 1
Mrs.
H- born to Mr.
i Sept. 9.
and Mrs. Jerry
-tamt
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
George Berger Sept. 9.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Nathaniel Strachan Sept. 9.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles
lorden Sept. 8.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Schwarz Sept. 8.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney Paris Sept. 8.
I Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Leon-
lard Lifschutz Sept. 5.
j Son born to .r. and Mrs. Rubin
Waldman Sept. 3.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Theo-
dore Palant Sept. .
Pago 7 B
I Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Aaron
! Einledger Aug. 31.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Isaac Barfield Aug. 31.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Eisenberg Aug. 30.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Herman Bain Aug. 28.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Essig Aug. 28.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Satkowitz Aug. 27.
Son bora to Mr. and Mrs. Russell
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Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Sol Gitlin Aug. 24.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
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Birth Dsxe Mr. nd Mrs. George Berger.
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\ note from the Hotel Excelsior in (ah!) Roma remind- as that
Dr. and Mrs. Albert E. Rosenthal are on a business and-pleasure
trip and currentlv in Rome, where Dr. Rotenthal is sttendinj the
rth International Dental Congress of the Federation Dentaire In-
ternationale ims week Alter an extensive 1 always want to
spell it with a "p") tour of Europe, the Rosenthals will wind up
their jaunt with a visit to their daughter, Mrs. Robert H. Van in
banon. Pa. They expect to return to M.ami early
nxt month.
It promises to be a rood year for 24-ye:tr-ld Jaffa Kam, of
1450 16th St. Jaffa, who lives with her uncle. I. J. Edelstem,
was told last week that President Eisenhower had signed a -pecial
till granting her residence in the United State* The young
girl who Graduated from the I'M last June M an accountant, is a
survivor of Hitlers invasion of Poland and a veteran of the Israel
Armv. where she served for two years Her uncle brought her
I, thi- country U a student Without the bill, however. JaMa
would have had to leave American and try to return on an immi-
grant quota from Polanda process that might have taken 10 years
. She can now stay here and. in five years, receive her citizen-
ship All of which makes her very, very happy.
< > >
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Teitler, of 418 Barcello ave Coral Gables,
ained with a Sweet Sixteen party for their daughter. Suzanne,
at the Saxony hotel on Sept 7. Family and friends gathered
at the luncheon to sing 'Happy Birthday" to Suzanne Among
them were Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Conn, Mr. I. Teitler. Beatrice, Rita
Ann and Marilyn Teitler, and Mrs. Al Teitler, Mrs. Herman TeiMer,
Mrs. M M. Gladstone and Mrs. Nat Rubin The guest list also
included a number of Suzanne's lriends from Coral Gables High
School and Deb> BBG.
c < > > >
Honeymooning in Bermuda this week is the former Mary Ann
Growinoer, granddaughter of Miami Beach's Harry and Jenny Gr*s-
tinger Mary Ann became Mrs. Ira Klein two weekends ago in
the Catskills Ira is from New York She's the daughter of
the Harry Grossingers Jr.
>
Saturday will be the big day for Mark Jason Spector, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Spector, of 125 SYV 22nd rd. Mark, who will
become Bar Mitzvah in the morning at Beth David Congregation,
0 -hare his excitement with his mother. Alice, who is observing
a birthday that day. too ... A luncheon and open house at the
Spector home following services will do honor to both, with prob-
he lion's share of attention going to Mark on this milestone .
There'll be a big moment still to come, however Mark's
uncle. Capt. Paul G. Rice, is stationed at Orly Air Field. Pans.
France Wind and waves permitting, he will try to call his
r.tphew by transatlantic telephone on Saturday afternoon.
Maize and gold decorations graced the Scheherazade room of
th< Algiers hotel on Saturday. Sept. 14. when Toby Korn was hon-
ored at a Sweet Sixteen luncheon Her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Sol Korn, of 1225 Marseilles dr.. were hosts to the more than 50
friends from Miami Beach High School who gathered to help TeJay
celebrate .
Popular Toby is a senior this year, and a member of Anchor
Service Club, vice president of Future Teachers of America, vice
president of Sholom 14 of B'nai B'rtth Girls, and circulation man-
ager of the Typhoon, the annual yearbook ... I can sympathize
with that last job Held it myself oncelong, long ago.
> > >
Friends, and particularly fellow Ceramic League of Miami
members, will miss Natalie (Mrs. William B.) Lindner Natalie
and Bill plan to sail for Europe on Oct. 22 aboard the Italian Lane's
Vulcania This is no short trip, though The Lindner timetable
will run for the better part of year, and include leisurely stops in
France, Austria, Italy. Spain and Portugal One definite goal is
Belgium in the spring, in time for the Brussela World's Fair .
Natalie's six years in Bogota. Columbia, will stand her in good
stead She speaks Portuguese. Spanish. French and German
and. of course, Englishwhich ought to be enough to meet any
situation in any country The Lindners, who decided to go to
Europe while "we're still young enough to enjoy it. will widen
their painting and ceramic-collecting interests in each country they
Visit.
That hilarious first experience in barbecuins over a charcoal
lire which happened to Ruby Fogel (Mrs. Jack) LevkoH, of 6020
Pinetree dr.. is featured in the current issue of Gourmet Mauazine
... It should strike a responsive chord in you backyard barbecu.
Miss Barson Now
Mrs. Alan Hertz
Sondra Card BanM became the
bride of Alan Hen? Saturday, Sept.
14. Rabbi Yaakoi K'M-nberg offi-
ciated at the ivr.Miiony at the Al-
giers hotel
The bride i- the daughter of Mr
and Mrs Joseph Barson, 2880 Pine
Tree dr. The groom parents are
Mr. and Mis Philip Hertz, of New-
York.
The bride wore I gown of im-
! silk peau de loie, with long
bodice and portrait neckline
ace. Dted by applique* of alencon
The long shoves came to a
point over the hand The very full
skirt was scattered with Sprays of
lace, and the entire skirt termin-
ated in a chapel tram.
The bride wore heirloom pearls
giveil by her aunt Mrs Barry Bar
son, her sister-in-law, was maid of
honor, and her bridesmaids were
Hn Robert Konhauser and Miss
Elaine Glaser. Flower girl was
Madelyn Traung.
The bride is a graduate of Miami
Beach High School, and she attend-
ed the I'niversity of Miami. The
groom attended City College of
New York and served in the armed
forces in Germany. He is present-
ly associated with the Miami Beach
Police Department.
A dinner followed the ceremony.
The couple honeymooned in New
Orleans. La., and will reside in
Miami Beach.
rtvair-Kihi
MRS. ALAN HIKTZ
University of Florida. Mr. Diskin
attends law school at the University
of Miami.
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A buffet dinner followeil
ceremony. After a honeys
through Florida the couple|
eside in Miami.
Reeber, Diskin }
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Reeber and Larry Diskin said wed-
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p.m.. at the residence of Mr. and
Mrs. A. Cropper. 5725 SW 57th;
ave.. Miami.
The bride, who is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Reeber.
Orlando, had as her attendant Miss
Phyllis Soowal. maid of honor.
The bridegroom is the son of Mr
and Mrs. Samuel Diskin. 800 Collins
ave.. Miami Beach, and his best
man was Ned Solomon. Ushers
were Jack Diskin and Martin Ree-
ber.
The ballerina length bridal gown
had a lace bodice and lace panels
in the nylon tulle skirt. She car-
ried yhite orchids on a white Bible.
The bride is a graduate of the
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Eroa ol honor was Mrs.
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| Hurra) was best man for
^r. Gerald Mager was
fclh graduated from Miami
rHigh School and was a mem-
|p* Junior lassical League.
Honorary and Quill and
I Journali-tu' Honorary. She
liablicity edit i and librarian
i Miami High Times.
ilridegroom. who graduated
i Muni Beach Senior High and
the University of Miami,
ging director of American
rind Linen Corp. He was I
rof Tail Delia Phi fraternity
|Ann? ROTC.
wremonv was followed by a
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fter a honeymoon trip to Nas-'
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MRS. BURTON MICHAELS
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marriage Mis* Kristina M. E. Fisch-
er and Burton M. Michaels. The
wedding took place Sunday. Sept. 8,
7:30 p.m.. at the Miami Colonial
hotel.
The bride is the daughter of Her-
bert Fischer, Garmisch, Germany,
and the groom's parents are Mr.
and Mrs. Hyman Bergad. 7412 By-
ron ave., Miami Beach.
Miss Eva Birkholz was maid of
honor, and matron of honor was
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, aunt
of the groom. Miss Gail Bergad
and Miss Rhoda Michaels were the
bridesmaids.
Best man was Melvin Michaels,
the groom's brother, and uhers
were Don Cole and Sidney J. Ber-
man.
The bride wore a ballerina-length
gown of embroidered Swiss lace
and carried a bouquet of white car-
nations.
The bride attended schools in
Poland and Germany. Mr. Michaels
graduated from the University of
Florida school of law and is law
clerk to U.S. District Judge Emett
C. Choate.
A reception and dinner followed
the ceremony. After a honeymoon
trip to Europe, the couple will live
in Miami.
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Miss Cooper Wed
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Announcement has been made
of the marriage of Miss Toby
Cooper to Albert Dicker of New
York City, on Thursday. Sept. S, at
the Jewish Theological Seminary in
New York.
She is the daughter of Mrs. Harry
A. Cooper and the late Mr. Cooper,
of 1624 West ave., Miami Beach.
Mrs. Dicker graduated from the
University of Miami, where she was
arrhon of Phi Sigma Sigma soror-
ity. She was active for many years
in Zionist organizational activities
on Miami Beach.
She is currently employed as an
account executive at Lewin, Wil-
liams and Saylor, Inc.. a New York
advertising agency.
Mr. Dicker is a graduate of
Brooklyn College and is currently
working toward his Masters degree
at the Bernard Baruch Extension of
CCNY. He is on the administrative
staff of the Jewish Hospital of
Brooklyn.
Katz, Karpel Will
Reside in Tampa
In a double ring candlelight
ceremony on Saturday evening.
Sept. 14. at Temple Emanu-El, Miss
Beta I.ibhy Katz. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Katz, 1560 Jefferson
ave., Miami Beach, beeame the
bride of F.van Malcolm Karpel, son
of Mac Karpel. of Tampa, Fla., and
the late Rachel Karpel. Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman performed the cere-
mony.
Best man was Jack Kichler. Ush-
ers were Martin Katz. Edwin Shil-
ler and Jonah Huliczer.
Bridesmaids were Toby fJerbfT,
Ann Karpel and Myrna Goldberg.
Maid of honor was Dorothy Katz,
paternal aunt of the bride. Mrs.
Anna Katz, of Brooklyn, paternal
grandmother of the bride, flew in
for the wedding.
The bride selected a ballerina-
length gown of imported Italian
lace with fitted bodice, long torso,
cap sleeves, bouffant skirt and ca-
hill neckline. Her three-tiered
French Illusion veil fell from a
crown of seed pearls. She carried
white orchids, stephanotis, and lily-
of-the-valley on a Bible.
The bride is a graduate of Miami
Beach High School and attended
the University of Florida at Gaines-
ville. She is affiliated with Alpha
Epsilon Phi social sorority.
Mr. Karpel is a graduate of Plant
High School in Tampa. He received
his BS degree in journalism at the
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Reception Fetes
Aptel, Teitch Rites
Miss Muriel Aptel became the
bride of Jay Teitch Sunday. Sept.
8. in the Algiers hotel, where a
reception and dinner followed.
The bride is the daughter of Mrs.
Charles Aptel. 2445 Lake Pancoast
dr., Miami Beach, and the late Mr.
Aptel. Mr. and Mrs. Israel Teitch.
1408 Pennsylvania ave.. Miami
Beach, are the bridegroom's par-
ents.
The couple will live at 2030 SW
3r^i ave.. after a tour of the state.
Miss Aptel attended the Univers-
ity of Miami, Florida State Univers-
ity and the University of Michigan
in Ann Arbor.
Mr. Teitch graduated from Tern- j
pie University in Philadelphia.
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Krutchik Reiner
Susann Reiner, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Reiner, 1101 NE
160th st.. N. Miami Beach, became
the bride Saturday. Sept. 7. of Irv-
ing Krutchik. Miami Beach. The
ceremony and reception took place
at the Colonade hotel.
The bridegroom is the son of the
Jate Mr. and Mrs. Morris Krutchik.

Lieberman Lob
Miss Patricia Ann Lob and Dr.
Warren Jay Lieberman were mar-
ried Sunday. Sept. 8, in Tampa in
the home of Jerome A. Waterman,
the bride's uncle, where the recep-
tion also was held.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Lob. of New York.
Dr. Lieberman s parents are Mr.
and Mr*. Irving Lieberman, 1025
Fairway dr.. Miami Beach.
The couple will live at 1044 N'W
2nd it.
Mr- Lit graduated from
Edison H
Sophie N< no Colli ie in New
Orlt.i
Lieberman attended Emory
1 duated from Tu-
.'' L'nivi : medicine.
I Memor-
ial H
Fisher Pearlstein
'-hall
I Bennett Fisher were married Sun
'day. Sept. 8. in the rabbi's study
in Tifereth Israel Northside Center.
Miss Pearlstein is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Pearlstein.
130 SW 24th rd. The bridegroom
is the son of Mrs. Eleanor Marshak.
939 N. 47th ct. Miami Beach, and
Dr. Hyman Fisher. Tucson. Ariz.
The reception was a family din-
ner
After a tour of Florida, the
couple will live at 2030 SW 3rd ave.
They are seniors at the Univers-
ity of Miami. The bnde, a grad-
uate of Miami High School is a
member of Beta Beta Beta, biolog-
ical honorary, and Kappa Delta Pi,
educational honorary.
Mr. Fisher is a graduate of Miami
Beach High School.

Rubenstein Rosenson
Miss Mona Fay Rosenson and
Alvin Steven Rubenstein were mar-
ried Sunday. Sept. 8. in the Fon-
tainebleau hotel.
Mrs. Louis Rosenson. 2134 SW
12th st.. and the late Mr. Rosenson
are the parents of the bride. The
bridegroom is the son of Mr. and
Mr*. Herbert D. Rubenstein, 3421
SW 15th st.
The bride attended Miami High
School and the University of Flor-
ida. Mr. Rubenstein attended Mi-
ami High. Emory' University and
the University of Miami.
Their new home will be 3423 SW
15th st
February' wedding is planned by Berman, 2680 Hilola st
Miss Eva Ellen Heide and Sidney Grove.
J. Berman. The engagement is an- The brido-Iect attendedl
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The wedding took place in Tem-
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ni held in the DOIM of the bride's
parents. The couple honeymooned
In New Orleans and New York City
and will reside in Miami Beach.
Mr Appe] i- a Kraduate of Mi-
ami Beach High School. He at-
tended Stetson University and is
graduate of the I iveraitj of
ni.

Snyder Lipetx
Miss Barbara Joan Snyder. the
daughter Of Mr. and Mrs. A. B.
Rubin. 7040 SW 17th tar., and
< ttarlea A. I.ipetz, the bob of Mi-
ami Mrs. Samuel A I.ipetz. Water
bury, Conn., are planning a June
wedding.
Miss Snyder is completing her
studies at the University of Con*
nectuut School of Physical Ther-
P) Mr LipetJ I. a student at the
Center, University of Chicago.
...
Brickman- Schwartz
Od 19 is the WWdding date -et
by Miss Arlene Sondra Brickman
Kelvin Robert Schwartz. Their
engagement is announced by her
parents, Mr and Mrs Mel Brick-
man, 631 N'W 109th st
Mr Schwartz, son of Mr and Mrs
Frank Schwartz. 4468 Post ave,.
graduated from Riverside Military
Academy and attended the Univers-
it) od Miami Miai Brickman also
attended the U of M after grad-
uating from Miami Beach High
School.
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More than 250 people packed
South Dade Jewish Center's "Bow-
ery Night" at Zissen's Bowery. Cos-
tumes* worn by guests ranged from
Salvation Army uniforms to Gay
Nineties bathing suits.
Salvation Army uniforms worn
by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller were
acclaimed first prize. Second prize
was won by Mrs. Max Raskin, who
was dressed as a typical Gay Nine-
ties belle.
A talent show with entrants
from South Dad* Jewish Center,
Temple Judea, and Beth David
Congregation, was the main at-
traction of the evening. Mrs. Jack
Diamond's singing won first
priie. Second priw was won by
Miss Joan Katz, of Temple Judea,
and third prize by Mrs. Donald
Altman, of South Dade Jewish
Center.
Mrs. Milton Green watch;
of the affair. Male meg_
South Dade Jewish Center!
Job of bartending and
tables.
This event, the first i
tion of the current year, ]
forerunner of an active i
planned by the special i
mittee. under the chair
Jack Diamond.
November Rits
Engagement is announti
anne Ruben-tr:n. daughter|
William D. R-ihenstein and I
Mr. Rubenstein to Stanley,
ler. son of Mr and Mrs
Tesler. of Fayetti ville. N.C.|
The bride elect attendedl
versity of Miami .Mr. Tei
graduate of the L'nivi
Carolina. A No*, ember we
planned
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iL under construction.
"SlH5tf.n. head of Sam-
" ^.icc. this week ac-
KL chairmanship of the
T-mmercal division, sue-
to. year's ("chairmen
bad and Leo A. Chaikin.
n trustee *' Mt-
iiil, his long been an
In*, in Combined Jew-
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BtUimkM
man of the laundry, linen ser-
vice and cleaning industry divis-
ion, and is a member of the
executive committee of Greater
Miami Jewish Federation.
He is vice president of Temple
IsraeJ, vice chairman of the Florida
regional board of the Anti-Defama-
tion League, and chairman of the
Miami Beach Personnel Board.
Underscoring the commercial di-
vision's plans for a whirlwind drive
covering every important industry
in Greater Miami, Dan B. Ruskin,
chairman of the development fund,
Wednesday named the following
six top business executives as Gold-
stein's co-chairmen:
Josaph L. Arfcin, of Arkin Con-
struction Co.; George A. Bert-
men, of George A. Bortman, Reel-
tors; Joseph Cohan, of Florida
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han T. Dubler was in-
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I installed were the Mes-
lyer Forer and Bernard
I. vice presidents; Robert
urer: Irving Bayer, re-
|tcretary. and Harry Zuck-
tsponding secretary.
|atmbers include the Mes-
nd M. Cloogman. Joseph
i (dels. Bernard Kanter,
tat. Bernard Iteiter, Ho-
t, Louis Schwartzman,
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IVatkov Rosenberg was in-
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Processing Co.; Samuel E. Seh-
warti, president of the Congress
Building Corp.; and Aaron Kra-
viti and William A. Waintraub,
of Eagle Army and Navy Stores.
Arkin was co-chairman of the
building division of the Community
Chest, is chairman of the building
trades division of the Combined
Jewish Appeal and a director and
past vice president of Temple Beth
Sholom. He is on the Board of
Rules and Appeals of Miami Beach
and is a director of the Services
and Professions Division of the Mi-
ami Beach Chamber of Commerce.
Bertman is a member of the
Citizens Board of the University of
Miami, was vice chairman in 1956
of the Miami Beach Community
Chest, is past president of South
Florida Council of B'nai B'rith, and
is a past president of the Miami
Beach Taxpayers Assn.
Cohen is cm chairman of the food
division of the Combined Jewish
Appeal, is treasurer of the Hebrew
Academy and on the boards of Tem-
pU- Emanu-El and Beth Jacob Tem-
ple.
Schwartz is on the board of
Temple Israel, on the executive
committee of the Committee of
1,000, a national guardian of City
of Hope, on the board of the
Zionist Organization of America
and active with the American
Cancer Society.
I Kravitz was vice chairman in
1955-56 of trade and professions of
.the Combined Jewish Appeal, is on
I the board of Beth David Congre-
| gation, a member of the Committee
I of 1,000, the Zionist Organization
jof America, and active in many
' other civic and philanthropic or-
ganizations.
Weintraub was co-chairman in
1955-56 of the retail merchants di-
vision of the Combined Jewish Ap-
i peal, is on the board of Beth David
i Congregation, and is active in num-
erous organizations, including the
Committee of 1,000, the Miami-
Dade County Chamber of Com-
merce, Masons, Shriners and the
Zionist Organization of America.
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Esther Fire Has Dedicated Herself To Helping Others
The Power of Dynamic Faith.' the key to their solution, late *.,. Sh# _
The Power of Dynamic Faith.'
bj lather Fire, is a book dedicated
to helping people relieve some of
the ten-ion* of the strenuous world
,n which they live By analyzing
some of the causes of nervous ten-
sion, fear. fru-tration and discord.
,the author points the way toward
umromhll the difficulties of life
1 The book is replete with anecdotes
' relating the problems of others and
tfers" to

Moshe L. Merer., Israeli national Junior Chamber of Commerce
pres.de-.- pfau brad krfCM :r.s.~r.:a on Edward Swan, presi-
de- --- I prosecutiH7 at-
Grand Jury, during luncheon
den! SariiK oan
are Scm Leritan, M:cmi Jaycee;
. iC Cknk c representative c;
ami Beach Federal
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ner and Elliott Backnun
Rabbi A -S GrOM will
luce the play.
Rabbi Shepherd Z. Baum. of
New York. will officiate at
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Ner Tcm:d in Balmoral hotel.
Rabbi Baum will be assisted
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EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
PermH me to me your columns
lo awaken the Jewish ouMic to take
i-'and in a matter which affects
the entire (at Jewish
nunitythe education of our
child
II mi it Day School
education i- 'he beat medium to
trans] ir heriUCt hi "ur
and we recognize with
pride ti at ire m the forelroat
uch an educational system: we
ahead, rx.th in the qualitv ,
,if education and enrollment, of.
\ other communities even lart
er than ours
Nevertheless we er facini
orave and serious problem. Our
Day School system here and in
many parts of the country is d>-
velooinq info a "private school"
for those who can afford to pay
extremely high tuition fees, and
poor or even middle class child-
ren are deprived of the best He-
brew education.
I US lh.it the^e schools
perating on a very expensive
' even at
their huh rate oi tuition, and they
can not take in too many children
without pay, but tUi reason should
not clo-e the doon to them.
The Jewish community <>f Great-
er Miami should make a strong de-
mand upon the Jewish Federation
and Council to underwrite the
scholarship of at least 100 children
to be tent U) Day Sehoola. Federa-
tion in this way will make the best
investment for the future of our
community; it will help develop
.Jewish leadership of the best kind.
I go a step further: while we
know that the local federation
does not support Yeshlvps iperhaos
to a very minimum extent), why
should not Federation ipoosor at
10 students to be tent to
m liter tl -
our local icho<
Th | families.
Federati
opinion. I ask them to
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she has developed. iTZ.
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easily (
and succe- are more
the Editor
write to Federation to support this
request.
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*'Jewlsii fhrktian
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md Meet Climaxes
low to Help Israel
Ibntinu
ed from
Page 1 B
,1, Mwe." ,hc c^hair-
SL*a ereing thai reservations
tartly a. the .srael Bond
BW Washington ave.. Mi-
"Krnan ha* ivrformed in
''7hr.ii-!.-" the country
Jnfioind television. He has
Evcd in the "Here', bnwl
iftmderthi auspice*of tho
Organization <>f America,
i, frequent visitor to the
, Mji; | rogram of the
agogue has accepted its own quota
>f Housing Bonds, and will partici-
pate in the campaign in the Greater
Miami area to reach a goal of 150
Housing Units. Lsrael must build
30.000 housing units this year at
^ total cost of $90,000,000. "Each
nousing unit costs approximately
$3,000," Sher said.
Last year, appeals in 15 iyna-
gogues in Greater Miami resulted
in almost $200,000 in Israel Bonds
during the High Holidays. This
year's goal of 150 housing units
bring* the total High Holiday Hous-
r,i(w-!"t' Network and
JerricanL>ra< I Festival"! jng goal in the area to $450,000
I
Ml*, 11 synagogue* in
i greater number than
r before been represented
I planning to hold special
iHeliday appeals for the
, of Israel Bonds thi year,
ense to a special appeal
by Premier David Ban
i io the Jews of America
da Israel meet its mott
I problem todayhousing
fist influx of the mora than
immigrants now being
tiled into its economy.
srding to Jacob Sher, chair-
|f the Greati r Miami Commit-
at of Israel ltonds, each syn-
more than
effort.
doubling last year's
New staffers of the Flagler-Granada Jewish Community Cen-
ter include spiritual leader Rabbi Murray Alstet (left) and ex-
ecutive director Paul G. Rosenfeld (right). They are orientated
by Lou Bush, president. Flagler-Granada marks its tenth year
as a community center.
Fabulous Journalist Due in Talk
Continued from Page 1 B
ed off its High Holy Day Housing
drive activities with a reception
last Wednesday evening, when Mr.
and Mrs. Meyer A. Buskin were
hosts at their Coral Gables home in
honor of Israel youth director Dan-
iel Brisker. The Baskins have just
returned from a trip to Israel, high-
light of which was a visit with Pre-
mier David Ben Gurion at his
home.
Temp'* Torah has scheduled

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Sahlin Paintings on Latin
American Theme Showing
A new exhibit of paintings of
Carl Koike Sahlin was placed in Kl
Centro de las Americas on Sunday.
Carrying out the theme of Latin
America, for which El Centrolo-
cated in the McAllister hotelhas
become highly regarded, this ml-
lection consists ol water colors and
oils, each one of which is repre-
sentative of a country in the West-
ern Hemisphere.
s..hnn. who tai born in Sweden
and became an American citlMfl in
1912, has Ions been recognized .is
an important interpreter of the
folk are ol countries throughout |
as guest speaker for R o s h
Hashona, Leo Lania, outstanding
foreign correspondent, author
and playwright. One of Lama's
noteworthy journalistic feats was
achieved when, by using fake
credentials, he interviewed
Adolph Hitler and lived in the
dictator's home for 10 days.
The Jewish journalist also once
dealt directly with Italian dictator
Benito Mussolini, and more recent-
ly interviewed Egypt's President
Nasser.
Beth El Congregation, with Rabbi
Simaryahu Swirsky and president
Sidney Palmer, has scheduled a pri-
vate reception Sunday at the Pal-
mer home in Coral Gables in honor
of Daniel Brisker. Israel's director
of youth village*, and Morton Free-
man, American Israeli concert and
recording artist.
An important part of the current
campaign for housing for Israel is
I the over $180,000 in outstanding
bond commitments in the Greater
Miami area.
South Dade Center
Adds 100 Families
South Dade Jewish Center has
enrolled more than 100 new family
memberships for the coming year,
it was announced Wednesday by
Mrs. Murray Miller, chairman of
the membership committee. Some
of the new members come from ;i<
far south as Homestead, as far
north as Hialeah, and as far east
as Bay Heights.
The Center will again hold its
High Holiday services in aiTWIdi-
tioned Beaumont Hall ;it the Uni-
versity of Miami. Rabbi Herbert
|iH.....win> trill ffimarte at double
. prayer services.
,| Sunday school classes will again
be held this season in the Univers-
ity of Miami's classrooms. At the
first session, approximately 400
children were in attendance. He-
brew classes are held on Monday
and Wednesday afternoons, at the
''^st Methodist Church of South
Miami.
South Dade Jewish Center has
started construction of its building
on seven and a half acres of land
Ofl N. Kendall dr.. west of Red rd.
Eugene Fleischer is president of
the Center, and Dr. Henry Wechs-
berg is vice president and chair-
I man of the board of directors.
the world. Hi^ particular interest
la Latin-AmeiK,i a fascination
which ha-, kept him productively
occupied tor many years.
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Northeast Airlines Appoints
Stevenson Director's Assistant
Robert B. Stevenson. Framing-
ham Centre, Mass ha* been named
aaaiilanl to director ol ale- af
Northeast Airlines, according to Ed-
Win W. Breed, director of salts for
the airline.
Stevenson, a native of Boston.
| had been serving the airline as as-
I sistant to the director of traffic.
| His career in commercial aviation
began in 1941 with the traffic de-
partment of American Airlines,
atcr he was assistant to the gen-
eral traffic manager of Pan Amer-
ican-Grace Airways in New York.
Temple Emanu-ff Will
Conduct Holy Day Services
Children of Temple Enianu-El
hi- school will conduct their
own services during the holidays
in the mam synagogue Of the Tern
pie. since aiiults will worship at
Miami Beach auditorium.
i service .11 commence at 11
a m. and conclude at the same time
as the .i'lu'1 Service. All children
of grade school age are invited.
Sim iin> is lor the children only,
- will not bo permitted to
stay.
The .service will be conducted by
the children. Barry Reich, son of
Temple Emanii Kl's Cantor Israel
Reich, will be cantor. Allan Albert
will read the Torah. and Allan
Troop will blow the Sholar.
Others will lead prayers of the
service and be called to the reading
of the Torah.
IICK and
tTHUR'S
JTAURANT
0RT Board Moot Tuesday
Miami Beach Afternoon chapter
of Women's American ORT will
hold a board meeting Tuesday noon
at the home of Mrs. Manny Austin
1675 Cleveland rd.. Miami Beach
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Jfj^ar Bany, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob Saifman. 7533 Cutlass
ave., will become Bar Mitz-
vah Saturday morning. Sept.
21, at North Shore Jewish
Center. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz will officiate. Barry is
a student in religious school
of Center and attends Nauti-
lus Junior High.
MARK SPJCTO*
Rcppaport Bar Mitzvah
Kenneth, son of Mr an-t Mr- Hy-
r-an Rappaport. 7730 Byron BVC .
vi ill become Bar Mitxvah Saturday
morning. .Sept. 21, at the North
Shore Jewi-h (enter. Rabbi Mayor
Aliramowitz will conduct the >er-
vne. Kenneth is a student in the
religiou- school of the Center and
attends Nautilus Junior High.
Scott Howell Trent will be-
come Bar Mitzvah at Satur-
day morning, Sept. 21 ser-
vices of Temple Emanu-El. ac-
cording to Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man. who will officate. Scott,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Trent, is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Miami Beach High
and attends Temple Emanu-
El religious school.
Long-Time Beth
David Pupil Wil!
Be Bar Mitzvah
Mark lawn, ml <>f Mr and Mrs
1 Spectnr. 12t S\V 22nd rd..
will become Bar Mitzvah during
Saturday mornin,' -tmi'i'-. Sept.
?1 "' Beth David Congregation.
Ra^bi Vaakov Rnvcnhcr? will offi-
ciate, with 'antor William Lipson
rend the liturgy.
Mark, who i. an eighth gra le -tu-
dent at Shenandoah Junior Hi^h.
ha> been attending Beth David re
ligtoua -ehool since he was four
yean old.
Mark's mother will help him cel-
hii Bar Mitzvah by observ-
ing a birthday anniversary on the
same day. Afti r services, a lunch-
eon and npen house will be held
. at DOOM in Mark n honor
Capt Paul i; Bice, the Bar Mit
uncle, who is stationed at
Orly Air Field. Pans. France, will
, attempt to call his nephew by
transatlantic telephone personally
to congratulate him.
Dora Stein Sisterhood
F"ir-t regular meeting ni the Dora
Stein Sisterhood of the Israelite
Center will be held Monday even
|ing at the Center
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North Shore School Students
Will Have Holiday Services
Student congregation of the
North Sh'"-c Jewish (enter relig-
low school will hold Rosh Hashona
services on both dayi id the boU
day, Thursday and Friday, at 11
a m in the school building I
hly hall.
Stud.nts will conduct their own
en Ices. Terry Dentch will act as
student rabbi David Tannenbaum
and Richard Friedman will chant
the services. David and Douglas
Noble will lent as gahoyim.
Ser\n(s are under the direction
and supervision of Mrs Nathan
RobinowiU and Mrs Siegel,
member.- of the religious school
faculty.
The student congregation will
also conduct Yom Kippur services
Oel 5.
Piano Talent is
Bar Mitzvah
A national winner in the inter-
mediate class of the National Piano
Auditions, was Bar Mitzvah Satur-
day morning. June 7. Beth El Con-
gregation.
He is Bruce Keene. and Mrs Isidore Scheinhoft. 1960
SW 18th st
Bruce is in the eight grade at
: Shenandoah Junior High School.
where he belongs to the concert
band and plays clarinet, as well as
piano.
His musical instruction is under
the direction of Mrs Wilma Sprat-
Ian. Rev H. Doych prepared Bruce
for the Bar Mitzvah ceremony.
A reception in his honor follow
ed Saturday evening at the Royal
Hungarian restaurant. Among the
70 invited guests were Bruce's
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Schwartz of 740 SW 9th st.. Miami.
Honor Student
Is Bar Mitzvah
I^onard. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Anton Kornreich, 1235 Pennsyl-
vania ave.. will become Bar Mitz-
vah during Satur-
day morning ser-
vices. Sept 21. of
Kneseth Israel
Coogregatioa.
Leonard is an
eighth grade hon-
or student at th"
Hebrew Acad-
emy He will read
tli' Schachrit scr-
\ice. a- well as
LIOMAMO from the Torah.
in addition to the Haftorah.
At the Academy, be is past pres-
ident of the chmr. was on the Hon-
or Roll, member of the band, and
the safety patrol.
Rabbi David l^hrfeld and Cantor
Abraham Sail will otliciate at the
servw .
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Bbr 20. 1957
* tW at **:
fijtj, US. Army
f _,JTA) -Funeral
KrVheM Sunday (or A.
fWt attack at the age
rTn Russia, he came to
% in .914. He ser
%S armed forces dur-
fajT I and fought in the
I Verdun in Krance. He
author of several books
LVtr> and a member
ZJZ\ staff of the Jewish
KtSnal Jewish daily
rPubli. _j ""!, A rw-
I ...i by
uithtera,
ilBON W PITZELE
l .. ai.it Si lit '' A res-
1
,.,, pi p.i. ..
, Funei il Home.
| .khER ENGLER
WI" .1. -I -I -;'",.:
?,,, Philadelphia, he had
' ,r I year. HurvlVlM Is
f ..:.-,, SiT.
Vkntnl -" I'htladelpMa
C- Hbcal srrsngcmenta.
JULIUS LANTZ
iferMlUt di died Bap*- 10
videnl V ri sldent lieie
--_ (,, h .. red Jockey
[MSMUml at i-.illlna vf.
I milvnl in. In>t- three
[ fnA Barhaia .iii'l Linda;
nU^;, Benjamin Hervlcee
i i: at Ni '!" inrdon
| HI I
LftlANOR WEINBAUM
IFnirU eve i.M'il Sept 1"
jtm> t" >i i 'he "<""-
Tkr susbsnil 1 '> ve three
A Rhii-' Jai'H 1" ml
Lrinan ;i M /.-Ida
Ipj n brolhi Uahi lei H--1-
Chi -. I Hell-
jtnl i*ti-<-!. iili hurlal In
LaVa-.n..; !'.
, MARSHA SCHWAM
trild > mi. -I |ii
II
I it.' '
A iira\. u.-re
J > i li i
ladies Meet
reguiar meeting ol the Ner
poplv SiMerhouii was held
by at the Balmoral hotel.
|n< conducted bj pro tern
I Mrs Sam Skla.tr. Donor
atinue ever) Monday af-
112:30 pm. at the Amer-
l
Meeting
[tiy Jewish (enter Sister-
it") held its meet in Thurs-
|the Merry Co-Round
'< on S. Dixie hwy.
|&pW Sole
rSolomon Posl 243, Indies
I of Jewish War Veterans.
'social meeting Tuesday
lt the Coral (lables War
Center Featured will be
I elephant sale.
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lim ,*0", "'* Ukk-
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Pag* 15 8
5ft j o L Hewe," looks over plaM wi,h president lack
P-" aS^Se.8h?n MU,ler for c,ober mee,'' of Miami Beach
Bnai B nth Lodge Luncheon will honor newly appointed
chairmen Michael Soesin, committee for aaed. and Leo Axel-
rod, committee fofr handicapped. Rep. HerreU pledqes his
cooperation in bringing before legislature bills which com-
mtttees deem beneficial to aged and handicapped.
tam Funeral Hume In ehaijce of ar-
lunaeinentH.
MRS. REBECCA OOLO
1. of ISO NK ItDd at., died Sei-t |1
A renldent bare five yafjf. iihe la aur-
vlved by a son, Solon: a slater, two
srandrhlldren. and two area t-tern ml-
children. S.rvliea were Sept. IS al
Cordon l-'uii.-ml Home, with burial In
Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
MRS. FANNY KIMLER
73. of S2SO HW JHth at., died Sept. It.
A realdent here seven yeura. b!i. \.-.,\,~
a Kin. I>r. Alexander Kinder. Kervlcea
were Kept. IS Ml Oordoa I'uneral Home
with burial In aft Slnal (Vmetery.
MRS. REBECCA SACHS
70. of 314 20th at., ih.il BapL II She
had lived here 10 years SurvUlns; are
her hualiand. Jacob; two Mna*. i..n.i-r
and .Milton, and u auitei Harrlcea
were Kept. II at Hlw-i aide Etaach Me-
morial Chapel, uK liiiriai in New
York.
GEORGE L. ROSENBAUM
:, "f IMS Collins ave., died Sept. H
a vlaltor from Camdan, n .i i,r .,
I Mi-.in, ami la survived by his wife
Anna Mae, ami a Ulster. Mm. sidn.v
R. Kturm of West I'alm Heach. Ker-
jrlcei and burial war* m Camdan, with
McMillan Kin i era I Home In .-liaiKi- of
NX il .ii iaiiK.-iii.-Nts
ABRAHAM TURK
77. of iv:n sw ti.ih m died Kept IS In
Ne* Vork. a retired
he bad been a reatdenl < Miami Beaeh
.mil Miami r.i -" \e.,is. Bumlvlna
him are hla wife, l-anm. .urn all or
hvliiK. Charlee, Harold, Hamuel, Jack
.mil Barnard Services ware Kepi n
it l'..r.t IIIII-. NY. with hurlal in
Mi lal.attiin c.nut.-iv. KtuahlnSi N.Y
JACOB NEHAM
68, of 1*1 Washincton ave.. died Sept.
la. a retired painting contractor, he
had lived here 47 years Surviving are
his Wife, Hannah: three dauKhtera.
Mis Minnie Herman, Mrs k,u, Co-
K.n and Mrs. Hertha Small: and two
aona, Harry and Jack. Sarrlcea were
apt in ai itivei -hi. i:,..,, I, Memorial
Chanel, with burial in Mt. Slnal Cem-
etery.
LEGAL NOTICE
MRS. MYRTLE BISHOP
IT, of Mat \ Meridian nve.. died Sept.
11. A realdent here 12 years, she la
>.l\lt,i m ililU|il,....... ..... .,,,.
I-'r led man. wh shore Coif Course: and two aona, Paul
and Max. both u member of the Mt Slnal HomoH .1
Auxiliary' uml Mt Sinai Baretoaa were Sept. IS at Rlverslde-
Baaoa Memorial Chapel, with entomb-
ment at WVodlawn Mausoleum.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HISRBBV Q1VBN that
the uiiil.-isiKn.il, desirliiK to etiguice In
bualnena umlei the llctitloui aai......i
MITCHELL AIR c< iXIUTIoXINi;
Bl RVICBal 740 N.W ttth Btreet, Mi
ami Intandi t" realatei said name with
the f'lerii of tha Clrcuil Court of Hade
bounty, Florida
V. V MITCHELL, Hole < twner
KKSSI.KIl ,v UARM
Attorney! foi Appliaant
W 1st 81 Miami, Kl.i
.. 10/4-11
MAURICE GILBERT
50. of I ;is Marseilles dr.. died Kept.
13. A resident here one year, he leaved
hi wife. Sadie, a son. Jam.-a 1>.. two
brothers and three sisters. Barvlcea
and burial were in Boston, with River-
slde-Heach Memorial Chapel in charBa
of arrangements locall>.
QCXRVON
fVMtaAi
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICB IS HBRBBT OIVEN that
Hi.- undaralgned, desiring to eBcaca In
bualneaa under the fh-tltioua name of
SKl.ltV'S at IM Miracle Mil.. Coral
'..ihl.s, Kim ni.i intends to r.-uistcr said
name with the Clef* of the Circuit
Court of Hade County, 1'lorlda.
NATHAN W WIXoKllt.
Sol.- I iwner
IWI.I.OT. BIL.VBR Ml'l.l.uV
Att.iine.vs ror Nathan W. winokur
.. 10/4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICB IS HBRBRY OIVEN that
the undersigneil, desiring to engage in
loislness under the fictitious name of
TRABBRT a HOEFFBR at Ml Lin-
coln Ku.iit. Miami Meach. l-*lorlda. In-
tends to i.-Ki-iei -.ml name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court ol I lane
County. Florida,
ALAN CITI.KIt
M Ninth Simre Drive,
Miami Beach, Florida
CATS \Nl> ROHEN
Attorneys for Alan Cutler
in Lincoln ltd Miami Beach, Ha.
I 10-17, I" 4-11
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Agudath Israel Lists Baumgarten
Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute rector o Torah Vodaath.
Wednesday announced the appoint-
ment of Sheldon Baumgarten as ed-
ucational director of the Institute's
religious school.
Baumgarten received his training
at Yeshiva University and Torah
Vodaath in New York. He did post
graduate work at Mirrer Veshiva
Central Institute there.
* ;-i

He majored in child education
at the Collage of the City of New
York.
Bauni"arten has been associated
**Oili school-, jn_CincinuatL,Wilk*.-
Barre and Bridgeport.
Last year, he served as field di-
He is an
associate of Egood Harabonim Ye-
shiva Alumni, as well as of Torah
Umesorah, educational organiza-
tion for parochial schools through-
out the U.S.
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SEPTEMBER 22
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