The Jewish Floridian

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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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Combining THE JEWISH UJWTY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Be 31 Number 42
Miami, Florida, Friday, October 18, 1957
Price 20*
rael Presses for Release of Doron


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4
ER TO RED MIDEAST SABRE-RATTLING?
\itish Flotilla to Anchor in Haifa
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
AVIV In a move interpreted here as re-
the Syrian-Egyptian crisis and the recent
ISoviet war ships to the Syrian port of Latakia,
Itish Embassy here announced Tuesday that
Ih N'aval Flotilla of five ships will visit Israel
(end of this month.
he ships, which will anchor at Haifa, include
istroyers and a fact anti-submarine frigate
and will make an "operational visit" to Haifa be-
tween Oct. 24 and 28, the Embassy said. Tha
frigate will leave Haifa two days earlier than the
destroyers.
British Naval attachees in Athens were sched-
uled to arrive in Israel soon to arrange for the war-
ship visit, which it was reported would be part of
general exercises of British naval units in the Med-
iterranean.
iel Security
War-Ready
Considerations Scrutinized
Egyptians Land in Syria
JERUSALEM (JTA) Though the landing of Egyptian troops in Syria over the weekend has not
ian exaggerated alarm in Israel, serious concern is felt here because th: is th# *it jn I coordination between two Arab armies north and south of Israel. While Israeli observers view
tve as chiefly an expression of the inter-Arab struggle for hegemony, they are trying to eveuvara ...
uences for Israel's security. The movement of Egyptian troops to Syria is being looked upon here as
la! implementation of the joint Arab command aimed at strangling Israel, which was one of the main
Ifc the Sinai operation.
"? Some important differences, how-
ever, have been noted here between
this development and (he previous
alliance. Jordan is no longer a part-
ner in the scheme and the move is
aimed at Turkey at least as much
as at Israel which makes it a NATO
and United States concern.
The crucial question about the
latest development, according to
thinking on top Israeli levels, is
to what extent was the Egyptian
move approved or condoned by the
Soviet Union. The possibility is
seen that Nasser may have moved
ftle Rock Ministers Voice
Ejection to Jews in Prayer
Reconciliation' of Races
rrri.E ROCK, Ark.(JTA)A Baptist minister said Tuesday that
It he nor his fellow Baptist clergymen in Little Rock could par-
p in a city-wide prayer service for a "ministry of reconciliation"
I integration crisis because those services were sponsored
s, Roman Catholics and Protestants of "modernistic persuasion."
a------------------------
Rov. M. L. Moser, Sr., pas-
the Central Baptist Church
[for 26 years, held a 15-min-
kervice, in which 23 other
1st ministers participated on
v night, at which prayers
i offered that the nine Negro
Is of Central High School
Id withdraw and go back to
fll-Negro high school. Eighty-
' Little Rock's 200 churches
concurrent prayer services
rday morning.
Moser, opening the Friday
[ services attended by 600 seg-
I Continued on Pago 6 A
Rabbi Drops
Prison Post
Striking Force
Stronger Now
|TA Bv Direct Teletype Wire
AVIVThe effectiveness of
is armored forces has been
Jy strengthened since the
operation. Col. Barlev Barle,
nander of Israel's Armored
' told newsmen Tuesday.
f Barle made this report in
Fction with special exercises in
Py region now being carried
P>> armed units.
(few weeks ago, an Israel para-
P inking force also conducted
pale exercises in a similar
area.
Former President Harry S.
Truman will be recipient of
fourth annual presentation of
Joint Defense Appeal's Hu-
man Rights Award. Presen-
tation will be made to former
chief executive at forthcom-
ing dinner in New York
City's Hotel Commodore.
Joint Defense Appeal is fund-
raising arm of American Jew-
ish Committee and Anti-De-
famation League of B'nai
B'rith.
Kasper Gets
One-Year Rap
WASHINGTON (JTA) John
Kasper, anti-Jewish and anti-Negro
agitator, must go to jail as a re-
sult of the U.S. Supreme Court's re-
Dag Promises
Aid for Ship
And Crewmen
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
UNITED NATIONSIsrael con-
tinued to press the United Nations
Tuesday in an effort to force Egypt
to release the 70-ton fishing trawl-
er, Doron, and its crew of six seized
Sept. 25 bv the Egyptian Coast
Guard in the Mediterranean.
For the second successive dav,
leaders of the Israel delegation
here conferred with Dag Ham-
marskjold on the problem. Abba
S. Eban, chairman of the Israel del-
egation, accompanied by deputy
chairman Mordecai Kidron, visited
Hammarskjold Tuesday morning.
They were understood to have '
told the UN official that unless
Israel obtained satisfaction in
regard to the seizure, it would
take the issue to the Security
Council.
Eban was reported to have point-
ed out that Israel has had no news
whatever about the whereabouts or
condition of either the ship or crew
since the seizure.
Mr. Kidron met with Hammarsk-
jold Monday, and the Israel delega-
tion apparently had hoped that the
Secretary General might have had
some word from Egypt about the
sailors and ship.
Hammarskjold was understood to
have' promised again to do every-
Continued on f-age 2A
without Soviet approval,
things point to this.
Several
Nasser has been trying to con-
ciliate the West for economic
reasons and may actually claim
that his move was aimed at pre-
venting Russia's uncontested
domination of Syria. If this is
4rue, it was noted here, it would
imply that the move was not So-
viet inspired. This would in
turn, raise another question: why
did the Syrians agree to such a
landing?
LOS ANGELESJTA)A San
Francisco rabbi who resigned as
chaplain at San Qucntin prison
in protest against a social view tnat the Soviet Union has let more '
than 24 hours elapse since the an-
fusal Monday to review his crim-+-
inal contempt conviction. He will
be made to serve a one-year pen-
itentiary sentence.
The sentence was imposed on
Kasper for interfering with the in-
tegration of students at the Clin-
ton, Tenn., High School in 1956.
Last June a U.S. Court of Appeals
upheld the sentence. He then de-
manded that the Supreme Court re-
view the case and remained free on
a $10,000 bond. He used his free-
dom on bond, terminated by the
circuit action Monday, to carry on
on crime which "puts men in
prison, instead of hospitals" was
criticized this week by another
Jewish chaplain for both the res-
ignation and the reasons for it.
Rabbi Eugene Gruenberg, chap-
lain of the California State De-
partment of Mental Hygiene, de-
clared that the resignation state-
ment of Rabbi Julius A. Leibert
could leave "an altogether wrong
and unfair picture" with the Jew-
ish and non-Jewish taxpayer."
Rabbi Leibert, in resigning,
also had aserted that no rabbi
should bo a paid employee of the
state and that he was revolted
t the thought of acting as chap-
lain during an execution.
Rabbi Gruenberg retorted that
Rabbi Leibert had been appointed
as a chaplain and not as a "re-
former" or "even a criminolegist"
Continued on Page 2A
i incitement against Negroes and
Observers here also pointed out|jews
Recently, Kasper led a group
of pickets in front of the White
House to denounce President
Continued on Page 3 A
nouncement of the Egyptian troop
Continued on Page 12A
EGYPT'S ANTI-WEST HAND HELD APPARENT
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JOHN KASfiK
. Northern Busybody
Lebanon Spurns Arab Firm Boycott
JERUSALEM^(JTA)The first
official refusal by an Arab coun-
try to comply with an Arab boy-
cott ruling against Israel was re-
ported Tuesday in the Arab press
reaching here.
According to the press reports,
a Lebanese spokesman disclosed
that Lebanon had notified the
Arab boycott office in Cairo that
the Beirut Government would not
follow an order to boycott Air
France and the British Imperial
Chemical Industries in retaliation
for the refusal of the two firms
to cease operations in Israel.
Arab boycott pressures, while
failing to force the ICI out of
Israel, apparently have induced
British Shell to stop its sales
operations.
The Lebanese spokesman point-
ed out that several other Arab
states were not implementing boy-
cott office decisions, leading ob-
servers here to note that the boy-
cott office, which is a branch of
the Arab League, is actually an in-
strument of Egyptian policy, as
is the League.
The observers said that the ap-
plication of pressure against Leb-
anon apparently was understood
by the Beirut Government to be
aimed as much against Lebanon's
"pro-Western" attitude as against
Israel.

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Page 2 A
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Rabbi Drops
Prison Post
Continued from Pago 1A
and that he must have known
when he was appointed that Cali-
fornia "has capital punishment on
its law books."'
Declaring that a chaplain's job
"is above all to serve the spiritual
needs of his congreaants." Rabbi
Gruenherg asked what would hap-
pen "if every doctor, nur-e, psy-
chologist and social worker would
throw in the towel and leave the
job because he or she did not
agree with the managerial and ad-
ministrative methods."'
Rabbi Gruenberq said he took
particular exception to Rabbi
Leibert's contention that the
chaplain should not be paid by
the state, adding that the days
of "unsalaried rabbis have long
ince vanished." He added: "Why
is the chaplain different in this
respect from any other rabbi
with a salary?"
Rabbi Gruenberg said that "in
spite of the conscientious efforts
on the part of the rabbis, the vol-
untary chaplaincy was insufficient
and hence unsatisfactory and it ffll
therefore the concensus of opinion
that institutional chaplains had to
be appointed."'
Young Adults to Donee
Young Adults (if tine Plagler-
Granada Jewi>h Community Cen-
ter will hold a dance Saturday
evening ;it the Center. Unattach-
ed men and women between the
agi t 17 and 25 are invited.
BUGS
WI ELIMINATE THIM AND.
GUARANTII YOUR LAWN*
TO II CHINCH IUG ME I
TO APRIL 1, if Si.
Phone:FR9-1761,
TRULY NOLEN.mc
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GLASS F0"
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Comanor in Puerto
Rico at Conference
Albert Comanor. executive direc-
tor of Jewish Family Service, left
Miami this week for Puerto Rico, to
lead a discuxMon on "Individual
and Family Maladjustment'" in the
general field of "Social Protec-
tion" at the third Pan American
Congress of Social Service.
The Congress i- meeting at the
Normand) hotel. San Juan. Oct. li)
to 26.
Comanor, a member of the In-
ternational Conference of Social
Work, served in the Far East
with the United Nations Relief
and Rehabilitation Assn., and is
one of the leading social workers
in the South and Dade county.
Jewish Family Service i- a mem-
ber agency of the United Fund,
offering family, child care, old age
, and vocational service*
The Pan American Congress first
met in Chile in 1945. and then in
Rio de Janeiro in 1949. Considera-
tion is being given to the establish-
ment of a permanent Congress.
Sinai Leaders Seek
$3,500,000 More
Founders and trustees of Mt.
! Sinai Hospital will bold I special
dinner meetinfl Tuesday in the
hoard room of the hospital to plan
a program of action to produce
$3,500,000 needed to complete con-
struction of the new Mt. Sinai Hos-
pital S3.50O.0O0 has already been
raised.
The meeting was called by Jacob
I Sher, chairman of the founders of
Mt Sinai, which comprises out-
standing civic and business leaders
who are contributing $50,000 or
more for the new hospital.
Sher said that among the plans
to be considered by the founders
will be a formal dinner to rival
the brilliant first annual dinner
of the founders a year ago. Plans
are to have a similar event later
this fall.
Dan B. Ruskin. chairman of the
Mt. Sinai Hospital development I
fund, said the founders group was |
formed last year to serve as a I
source of top leadership for the '
[development of Mt. Sinai Hospital:
. as one of the leading medical in-
stitutions in the South.
With the hospital now under con
Istruction. Ruskin said, the founders
, and trustees will ready plans at the
1 Tuesday night meeting for an in-
tensive effort to raise the balance
! of the funds needed to assure com-
pletion of the new building.
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MARKERS $40.00 plus Cemetery Charo.es
3253 S.W 8th ST. h* Sfr, whit. Bide. Opposite W-dlow fmtUr, I
The United Fund keeps an an-
nual official audit of monies col-
lected through the fund for chan-
ties. Thus donors are kept in-
formed of where their gifts went.
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JACOB SHU
Mollie Kahaner Auxiliary
Mollie Kahaner Ladies' Auxiliary
of Congregation Monticello Park
will hold its annual membership
party Monday evening, in the Pa-
goda room of the Saxony hotel.
New members will be consecrat-
ed and entertainment will include I
a fashion show.
On Wednesday there will be a
card and mah jongg party at the i
school building, 1090 NE 163rd st. I
Domestic Hels-
Relioble Day
Work en
*y M.L 5th St.
At MClDENMsa. J
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WORLD'S URGE
Toronto Club Will
Meet Saturday
The recently organized Toronto
Club of Greater Miami will hold
its first general meeting and bar-
becue Saturday evening at the
Blackstone retirement hotel.
All former residents of Toronto,
Canada are invited. Further in-
formation is available from Mrs.
Bea Taube. 1749 Marseilles dr.
Club officers are Michael Sos-,
sin. president; George Leader and
Mrs. Taube, vice presidents: Jack
Bennett, secretary: and Leonore
Greenhood, treasurer.
Board of directors are Archie |
Bochner, Ben Abrams, William j
Weinstock, Louis Taube and "Sam i
Onrot.
The meeting will end with a
swim party.
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October 18. 1957
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Page 3 A
ABE KURMAN
lied Children's
ty to Receive
Eale Benefits
tippled Children's Society
live two cents on every
gasoline sold at more
filling stations in Dade
|flying a red, white and
rity Day Banner, on Fri-
kurth annual Charity Day
I being staged by the Al-
soline Retailers' Assn.,
embership represents ev-
I of gasoline. Chic Sayles,
bident of the association,
II chairman of this year's
association raised $2,500
It for the purchase of a
(wagon to transport run-
children to the Seal
for treatment.
|or this year is $4,000 to
1,000 treatments for crip-
rtrcn and adults, accord-
t. A. Meredith, president
sociation.
ear-old blonde Rosalind
(ighter of Mrs. Isabel Moe,
gardi ave., Coral Gables,
chosen as "Gasoline's
ay," representing almost
ndicapped children and
dw receiving treatment at
ety for Crippled Children
llts.
0. Proitt, Jr., presi-
the local Crippled chil-
|Society, praised the 450
ft of the Gasoline Retail-
n. for their public service
If of crippled children.
unds raised in the two cents
lone-day charity effort will
|irect treatment of crippled
in Dade county," Pruitt
urged all Dade countians
heir tanks at a Charity Day
[station, between 7 a.m. and
Triday.
K on the Charity Day Com-
With Sayles are: Jack Wil-
W. Gerald and Ralph Al-
ppecial women's committee
Is of gasoline dealers will
[distribution of Charity Day
; Mrs. Jack Wilhelm will
ps group of 25 workers.
Collections Lag as Kurman Pushes Redemption
OF LEAK?
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ts f h, or s; '
Ben-Gurion indicates his coon-
try is faced with a formidable,
costly task to keep pace with the
flow of newcomers from Europe,
Egypt and Moslem countries. Ros-
enwald's communication urges
Miamians to raise their share of
immediate cash towards the na-
tionwide UJA cash drive, asking
$15,000,000 by mid-October and a
like sum by Dec. 15.
"These cash payments are ur-
gently needed to meet the stagger-
ing financial burden involved in
transporting and absorbing the new
flood of immigrants and especially
to provide adequate housing for
the newcomers," Rosenwald ad-
vised.
The Ben-Gurion cablegram as-
sessed the work done by American
Jewry through the UJA and under-
scored the necessity for continued
unremitting effort.
Ben-Gurion's message continues:
"As we enter the New Year 5718,
the people of Israel, who have wel-
comed almost 100,000 homeless
refugees to our shores in the past
12 months and have kept open our
gates through a period of utmost
duress, stand ready to receive an
unabating tide of newcomers in the
coming months. I foreseeand we
welcome the prospectmany more
immigrants in the year ahead than
in the year past.
"Funds are urgently needed
for house building and settle-
ment programs. Otherwise, we
will be forced to resort to the de-
moralizing measures of tent
cities and transition barrack vil-
lages which once were the sole
Bigot Kasper Gets
One Year Sentence
Continued from Page 1 A
Eisenhower for using troops at
Little Rock, Ark. Kasper then
told White House newsmen that
he considered Jews "worse than
Negroes." He alleged that the
Negro problem was originally
created by "Northern Jews" who
brought Negro slaves to the
South end sold them to planta-
tion owners.
The government urged the Su-
preme Court to send Kasper to jail.
In a brief filed by Solicitor Gen.
J. Lee Rankin, the government
maintained that Kasper's behavior
went beyond "the limits of free
speech" protections. The govern-
ment said the Constitutional safe-
guards did not include a right to
exhort mobs in the manner per-
formed by Kasper.
to^nM&J^J1^^"** "'owed to
a cablegram received here this week ^ JCW,Sh leaders
Aaron M. Kanner, president of ___
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, disclosed Wednesday he has
received a cablegram from the
Prime Minister forwarded to him
by William Rosenwald, general
chairman of the United Jewish Ap-
peal.
The message underscores sharply
the vital work being carried for-
ward by the local CJA collection
committee, headed by chairman
Abe Kurman.
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DR. MAX I. TENDRKH, Dentist
Announces That
DR. JALUtf D. MAluuttADO
Is Now Associated With
Him in Practice of General
and Children'! Dentistry
at 242S CORAL WAY
HI 4-3411 Evenino Appts.
L**Wftw
roe lOOri AND WALLS .
TyEuT ;
phone FR 9-1761
TRULY NOLEN, inc.
means of coping with mass immi-
gration but which kept poten-
tially productive newcomers in
enforced idleness. This must
never again be allowed to hap-
pen.
"Your help to carry through ef-
forts in housing newcomers and in
affording their rapid absorption
into a decent new start in life is
urgently' needed."
Meanwhile Greater Miamians
may find their own health and wel-
fare services sharply curtailed un-
less emergency funds are produced
quickly hy the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation.
Kanner said continuation of
services in the fields of health, wel-
fare and education may also feel
the pinch unless immediate funds
are forthcoming.
Kurman, chairman of Federa-
tion's collections committee, has
announced that Combined Jewish
Appeal pledges are being redeemed
at a much slower rate than last
year at this time.
"Agencies which help Jewish
men, women and children in our
own city are alarmed at the slow
trickle of funds at a time when
every dollar is needed to keep
these institutions running at maxi-
mum effectiveness," Kurman warn-
ed.
Mt. Sinai Hospital, the Bureau
of Jewish Education, as well as the
Anti-Defamation League and the
American Jewish Committee, are
examples of local agencies which
look to the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation for support, Kurman
pointed out.
In addition, the Jewish Home
for the Aged, Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center, the
Jewish Family Service and the
New Americans' Service of the
National Council of Jewish Wom-
en will be receiving part of their
operation funds from CJA pledg-
es.
"Greater Miamians made hun-
dreds of pledges in good faith dur-
ing the 1957 drive, and these prom-
ises must now be redeemedtrans-
lated into cash. I am confident that
CJA contributors will respond to
this emergency call by writing
their checks now and sending them
at once to the Federation office,"
Kurman stated.
To meet the many urgent re-
quests for cash from both local
beneficiaries and the overseas
agencies, the collections chairman
met with his committee Wednesday
noon to map plans for a final all-
out drive, to take place the end of
October.
In the meantime a call went out
from Federation's board of gover-
nors to every person in the Miami
area to turn their 1957 pledges into
cash at once.
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Friday, October 18. 1957
23 Tishri 5718
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Some Zionist Clarification Needed
In the aftermath of the 60th convention of
the Zionist Organization of America, it be-
comes apparent that two major issues were
left virtually untouched during the course of the
convention's proceedings in New York City.
These issues are the defection of a sig-
nificant body of Zionists to establish the Amer-
ican League for Israel, and the recent blasting
Israel Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion ac-
corded the ZOA.
In many ways, these issues are sharply in-
terrelated. Ostensibly, the leaders of the de-
fection claim withdrawal from the Zionist Or-
ganization on the basis of alleged ZOA politi-
A B'nai B'rifh Birthday
B'nai B'rith observed its 114th anniversary
Sunday. The celebration coincided with an-
other milestone in B'nai B'rith historycomple-
tion cf its first headquarters building in Wash-
ington, D.C.
By the end of October, all B'nai B'rith na-
tional activities, except those of the Anti-Defa-
mation League, will be centralized in the new
headquarters.
This is merely a single facet of progress of
the worldwide Jewish order, which demon-
strates B'nai B'rith's expanding needs.
B'nai B'rith was founded on the East Side
of New York by 12 German immigrants October
12, 1843. Its purpose was "to unite Jewry in
the work of promotina their highest interests
and those of humanity."
Apparently, B'nai B'rith has succeeded in
doing just that. What began as a fraternal and
mutual aid society has since crown to a world-
wide service organization with a membership
of 400,000. B'nai B'rith today encompasses
some 1,100 men's lodges and 750 women's
chapters. Looking toward our young people as
future leaders of the Jewish community, the
organization also includes a total of 1.300 youth
CTOUpS.
But it is B'nai Brith's activities that speak for
themselves. The Anti-Defamation League
stands constant vigil against the corrosive am-
bitions of biqots, who seek to undermine the
rights of minorities and the principles of democ-
racy. Hillel Foundation has established cen-
ters of Jewish livinq away from home for thous-
ands of men and women on college campuses
across the nation.
,,., AZA' BBYO and other B'nai B'rith-inspired
cffiliates are welcoming our nation's youth into
its fold to instruct them in the guiding values
of Judaism and Americanism and to assure
their worth as tomorrow's citizens and tomor-
row's Jews.
These and other programs, includinq many
in behalf of the State of Israel, are the essen-
tial core of 114-year-old B'nai B'rith. In Greater
Miami. B'nai B'rith lodges and chapters will cel-
ebrate Oct. 27 to Nov. 3 as B'nai B'rith week.
Their solicitation for members, we are sure
will not go unheeded.
'3tti -m
cal interference in the internal affairs of Israel.
At the same time; the Ben-Gurion blast accuses
American Jewry of non-identification with the
Jewish State except by way ol financial sup-
port.
Intensely disappointed by the failure of a
significant number of American Jews to settle
in Israel, Ben-Gurion angrily declared: "If this
is what it means to be a Zionist, then I am no
Zionist."
These are rather intense ideological issues
which, it would seem to us, the ZOA conven-
tion could hardly ignore. Whatever one's at-
titude toward the American League, that or-
ganization has gone on record with a clear
if questionable definition of its own brand
of Zionism.
The Zionist Organization of America on
the other hand continues to lock horns with Is-
rael's Prime Minister to the detriment of its
larger purposes. While individual Zionists
from Rabbi Irving Miller to Dr. Emanuel Neu-
mann have from time to time proffered defini-
tions in the form of a peace offering, Mr. Ben-
Gurion as presumable spokesman for the State
of Israel, continues to reject them as fast as
they appear.
Nor does the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica in an official move once and for all clarify
its ideological concepts on an across the board
basis.
It is in the light of these confusions that
the Southeast region of the ZOA will convene
at the start of next month in Birmingham. While
no regional consideration of ideology can be
more than "merely significant" in terms of
broad national policy, we would at least wel-
come the region's serious consideration of
these dilemmas, which the parent ZOA did lit-
tle more than attack and summarily dismiss at
its recent New York meeting.
Key Word islurprise'
Once again, the key word is "surprise "
Once again, we have been caught unawares.
The State Department apparently never tires
of admitting its surprise over lightening-swift
Arab maneuvers in the Middle East maneu-
vers long ago predicted by intelligent observ-
ers of the scene.
nf JOZ "^V* CUrSe' to ^yP1'5 demerit
ot troops into Syria over the weekend. At the
very moment this was taking place, the Amer-
ican press conjectured in "exclusive stories"
about President Nasser's silent bid to meet with
with President Eisenhower in Washington.
Uur own columns reported this Oct. 4. But
theistor.es in the general press went further.
They extolled Nasser's latest "benign" look
They praised hls mouthi o( .. *y
cost speeches. They marveled at his "S
TZ V1 "*>fel P^sence" of UN
SS^alS020 nd ~nside magnanimous
that Nasser seemed resolutely to accent the
jMegal freedom" of the Gulf If Aqab?water
All in all Egypt's President over the week-
with the WeS ardent des** his methodl trorL181!88,'^01 of
^e^riS *=#
bid for Arab sunrimL dav m.al"nq a new
And he do^lTTh^d ""* **
u it means playinq toadv m not even
detriment of ^WeslTha, ^^n7 *
learning a^TTClld ,T ftt nd
more repetition here exceo. orT i*"* no
the wheels of pro-Arab r?mPJ Ithe ,act &<*
eral press pulled ouf.hL P?9anda ln ,he again* to H Na^V of Q,a8t "Apd
character. In a sense NL re8P<*table
for his immedicue nTove ^^,-be,hanked
so silly. move to me it all seem.
ship may be leu than able Exoeri-n *
the nation, shows this particX r? Mi,mi-
structure to be unquestionably ,idnc,Ve of th,
names andI name-dropping that pervade?,?'i!? a ki"^
anthropic drives. As both the value e ** of all J*
the downward spiral of ~*^*gt**mm\
increases "ns ,r(,m top t0 001(^1
It is natural that in the comnefiii..., '
the towli* should lose out. BuUh H,, r *>,
turning within the NtfwKhropjfr.mewS!?f?*3J
understanding that they survive. F^a^"? **
direct relationship between need and a ?,,ha'^
paigns than intelligence would dictate Th! 'T^
public relations sense will achieve iu^ wh t
S that they survive l-.'._ f,7T*:
fac,1 that ,
80al attainmer,
public^relations sense will achieve i, L^^",
fan, MD." succinctly pinpoints this TnJ medic>'"
raising pattern in a September article 0Us and *-
In the aftermath of the s<.,,,,! i.
ohiatry held in Switaerl.nd\ hSZnTIT0 CH
Past y.ars, psychiatrists watched ben,L "\ma8W'nf $3
out for research on muscular^iS^fSaj
myelitis, with an average of 38.000 cT^. lllT^S
the magnitude of the mental health problem 'n'^H
issue: -More than half the nation's u miiii T^N
(about 780.000. are mental patient- \^n?l JTM
who might benefit from hospitalization wJ or^
hat as many as 30 percent of the ge,>era^eDX,h0riia
the pool from which psychotics evolve "
MAXIMUM BINtflJ Will 4CCMI TO DADt
QLEARLY THIS DOUBLE standard is an absurdity*
w in terms of intelligent communitv planninE ThaiJ
penence of the mental health example her" finds it fl
tural lag a failure on the part of the -,LI tn 1 ^1
understanding if not knowledge equal t, tha" lTA
abound0' ,hC mediCal >nd ~"*L?%Sfl
It is for these reasons, among others, that Dade rnmn.1
implemented its United Fund. What was previSiyTSf
drives for numerous causes will henceforth be I *S
To accrue to Dade county are many advantages Si
successful Presumably, dollars will be allocated it!,
tions needing them most. '
lir- J,h,rdeCisi0n Can therefre no longer depend upontipe
\L 1 K,0.nS,:, Pr,'ri,y n*mes such as ,h""' belonging to
noned but ill-informed film stars; an equally ill-informed,-
whose sympathies and charitable sense have been arouali
Pimted; or the downright hysteria of individual, stiffen**;
misfortunes and frequently the center of fund drive*
general welfare.
i a.AIs? accn,ir,8 t0 Dde county will be a more genuinerji
icartership^ Just as demands upon the individual rontrihttj
at least theoretically reduced to a sociallv virtuous one*
Phenomenon, so too will the demand on community leaden!
sponsorship be reduced, adequately distributed and employed
eye toward maximum benefit. At least theoretically also,!3
the practical elimination of the inept, or indeed downrictti
rom assuming principal roles in what was previously a
bombardment of the community to give to one more'
never fully explained cause.
fASHIONING Of A MtW MCNTAl OUTLOOK
|N THE LACE of these benefits are also j;reat hazards. I
anything else, the Miami area must be subjected tt
psychological readjustment. This readjustment will of nea
to concern itself with some of the basic monev principles I
our nation is founded.
Heaven forefend that one should purchase only
ford. The highways of the country would be rapidly dexr
and drying machines would grind to a halt: the infernalbm
of millions of ignorance-producing television sets would fade.]
a people rolling merrily along on paper credit, paying off M
mg amounts we owe in teaspoon installments: we areas'
ng our future with the belief that it is unlikely we shall <
of debt.
Such a mental outlook makes the individual readily*~
lnstallment philanthropy. It is easy to be magnanimous"'
bub toward a host of health and welfare drives. But**
United Fund means that modest gifts, even from iowinconel
can no longer be considered adequate. The one dollar gifUj
offered ten times a year however irresponsibly under Ue|
appeals structure must henceforth be reversed to A'
equivalent.
Such a sum may prove well nigh improbable for > P,
public. To be overcome therefore is the inertia of a
conscious community in an area where generosity '
tenuous thing at best alone operates. The danger w*
now responsible philanthropic structure may not have IK"
which to meet its ambitious commitments.
: : : '
'0 TKf JtWISH COMMVimr ADM* flMttUS
IN THE FACE of these benefits are also great h"ard Paign income, will have to be similarly impr'
re acceDtahlc__*.< ,,., ,i....,),<__under the
nrie*
"""I, win nave to De simn.i
were acceptable and even applauded under im jj
organization will hardly prove acceptable if United Funo-
This is a particularly critical issue; individuals '"'nf jd
category were to a great extent immume from the p
i best agency drives heretofore. ^k
Today, their giving must reflect the added r^*TI
volving upon VF responsibilities which they. P**^
stand because many of their rank have been instne*-
-- _,.. v,, respmisiuiimes n
stand because many of their rank have
"ing this new philanthropic structure.
For the Jewish community of Greater Miami, l"' ^
>lems not before met PerhaDs even more tha'
""Ll?m
Problems not before met. Perhaps even more thanJ"
ship evolves as a complication that must be co"?^*
.....** "-'wr "ri. rcind|ja t*ri
ship evolves aj, a complication that must be com "^ ,w m
communitys CJA campaign is to cope succe*fuy.JVU JK
creasing demands placed upon it. For this, a<


October 18. 1957
vJmlsBiFhridiar}
Page 5A
^MHH ,
8 Million Jewish Volumes
Destroyed During War II
Stanley Milledge (center) signs charter
vly-organized South Florida Council of
, of American Hebrew Congregations.
ng on (left to right) are Ralph Spero, for-
lemple Beth Sholom president and Coun-
pe president; Rabbi Herbert Baumgard,
bil executive director and spiritual lead-
South Dade Jewish Center; Henry E.
former Temple Israel president, presi-
pi Council and member of national exec-
utive board of UAHC; and Albert L. Rosen, of
Katz and Rosen, Council attorneys and presi-
dent of Greater Miami Federation of Temple
Brotherhoods. Council will coordinate activ-
ities of following Reform and Liberal congre-
gations: Temple Israel of West Palm Beach.
Temple Emanu-El of Ft. Lauderdale, Temple
Beth El of Hollywood, Temple Sinai of N. Mi-
ami, Temple Beth Sholom, Temple Israel, Tem-
plejudea and South Dade Jewish Center.
man Hits Gov. Faubus' Action
ilLADELPHIA Former
rbert H. Lehman said here
v. Faubus of Arkansas will
fembered in history "among
foolish and short-sighted
|jo have vainly tried like
anute to use their puny
b to hold back the tidal
fcf history."
pting the Solomon Bublick
mice Award of the He-
niversity of Jerusalem be-
[audience of 1,000 persons
in the Bellevuc Stratford
a dinner of the Philadel-
hapter of the American
of the Hebrew University,
ner governor of New York
aid that "Gov. Faubus
not only the fury of the
khich he may have intend-
p, but the united determin-
the entire country, which
|tiot envisage."
nan was presented with a
plaque citing him m
nan and humanitarian in
k'tion of hit distinguished
pution to the progress and
development of the State of Is-
rael," and a check for $1,000.
The presentation was mad* by
Abba Eban, Israel Ambassador
to the United States.
The dinner marked the opening
of the Philadelphia campaign for
a $375,000 Humanities Wing to be
established at the Jewsh National
and University Library which is
being planned for the Israel uni-
versity's new campus at Givat
Ram, Jerusalem.
Praising the courts, which he
said acted alone in contrast to the
do-nothing policy of the executive
branch of the government and
Congress, Sen. Lehman proposed
a five-point program:
That Congress enact legis-
lation in statutory support of
the Supreme Court's ruling
that segregation is unconsti-
tutional.
That Congress provide effec-
tive safeguards for all citizens
against discrimination in edu-
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That Congress act to protect
such organizations as the -NA-
ACP and the Urban League
against harrassment and perse-
cution by State governments.
That the Senate amend its
rules to outlaw the filibuster.
That. President Eisenhower,
whom he praised for acting
forcefully in the Little Rock
situation, exercise moral lead-
ership and rally all men of
good will, in both the North
and the South, in solving the
integration problem.
Sen. Lehman declared that "un-
official but effective segregation
in the North in housing and in
schools must go too. All segrega-
tion must go liberty and equal-
ity for all our citizens must pre-
vail." _
Sen Lehman, who has just re-
turned from a three-months stay
abroad, pointed out that the suc-
cess of American foreign policy
may be determined by the nation's
ability to solve the civil rights
problem. "Until we equally pro-
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Senator declared.
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able warfare" of the Nazis against
the Jewish book led them to se-
quester some eight million volumes
in the 20 European countries they
occupied, according to Volume 15 of
the Jewish-Book Annual, just pub-
lished by the Jewish Book Council
of the National Jewish Welfare
Board.
This figure, which dramatizes the
Nazi aim of extirpating all vestiges
of Jewish cultural life, is contained
in the Annual's lead article titled.
"The Fate of the Jewish Book Dur-
ing the Nazi Era," by Dr. Philip
Friedman.
An alliance of American liter-
ary interests of the American
Jewish community under JWB
auspices, the Council is the spon-
sor of Jewish Book Month, to be
marked this year from Nov. 15
to Dec. 15.
In Germany, where the assault
on Jewish life was carried on with
the utmost frenzy, the article notes,
"thousands of books, Torah Scrolls
and manuscripts were put to the
torch during the Cristal Night of
Nov. 9-10, 1938." And in Poland,
special German "Brenn-Comman-1
dos" (arson squads) were assigned
to burn synagogues and Jewish
books. Approximately 70 per cent"]
of all the libraries, Jewish and non-
Jewish in Poland, were destroyed,
the article states.
A valuable guide to the field of
current Jewish literature, the 184-
page Jewish Book Annual offers an-
notated bibliographies of Jewish
books in Yiddish. Hebrew and Eng-
lish, published over the past year
in the U. S., Europe and Israel. In-
cluded also are a number of articles
on Jewish literary figures, the, an-
niversaries of whose births or
deaths will be marked this year
during the national celebration of
Jewish Book Month.
Among the articles on literary
anniversaries are: "Fiftieth Anni-
versary of Ha-Poel Ha Tzair," (the
first workers newpaper in Israel)
by G. Kressel; "The Intellectual
World of Ahad Ha'am," by David
Polish; "Chagall in the Anglo-Saxon
World." by Alfred Werner-
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View of S50.000 Albert Pick Music Library at University of
Miami. Architect is Robert Little.
Albert Pick Library To be Dedicated
i edicatton of the University of
Miami's new sso.ooo Albert Pick
Music Library, adjacent to the Ar-1
it Ul Volpe bldg. of tin' school Ol
Sirk.n, Rusk Will
Chair Beach Area
For United Fund
Vilton Sirkin. realtor, and Parks
Rusk, editor and publisher of the
Miami Beach Sun. have been ap-
pointed co-chairmen of the Beach
area for the United Funds fall
drive.
Comer J. Kimball. president of
IF. said Rusk and Sirkin. both
long active in civic work on the
Beech, will head up all phases of
IF's drive on the Beach.
The United Fund of Dad*
County is a non-profit, self-rul-
ing corporation, formed by eifi-
ns hare to consolidate all
health and welfare fund raising
campaigns into one annual
drive.
The part of the drive which will
solicit funds lrom businesses in
Dade begins Oct. 24. The house-
to-house solicitations begins Uni-
ted Fund Sunday. Nov. 17. The
drive will end Dec. 12. .
Several hundred volunteer men.
and more than a thousand volun-
teer women, will take part in the
solicitation on the Beach. Kimball
said.
Sirkin. of 2024 N. Bay rd.. Mi-
ami Beach, is a well known figure
in financial affairs on the Beach,
and is affiliated with a number of
civic and welfare agencies.
He is a past president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Commun-
ity Center, a director of the
GMJCC board, a UF agency, and
also a director of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation. He is
a Kiwanian.
music, is scheduled for Wednes-
day at 3:30 p.m.
The air-conditioned library will
contain over 200 opera and orch-
estra scores, about 1.500 phono-
graph records, sheet music and a
few reference works. The uni-
versity's general library will re-
tain most of the music research
volumes.
Designed primarily as reeding
and study room for UM music
majors, the library will also
have audio-visual facilities
where films may bo shown and
tape recordings and records
may be played for group listen-
ing. Architect is Robert Little.
Presentation of the building will
be made by Mrs. Florence Pick,
widow of Albert Pick, on behalf
of the Albert Pick Foundation.
UM president Dr. Jay F. W. Pear-
son will make the formal dedica-
tion.
Presiding at the ceremony will
be John Bitter, dean of the UM
school of music.
Other speakers include Albert
Pick, Jr., and Mrs. Marie Volpe,
manager of the UM Symphony
Orchestra. Dr. Arthur Maynard,
chairman of the religion depart-
ment, will give the invocation.
The benediction will be by Dr.
Ralph Harris, professor of organ
and theory.
Jeffrey Stoll. UM professor of
pianoforte, will play Brahms-
Waltz in A major during the cere-
mony.
A bronze bust of Albert Pick by
Miami sculptor Audrey Corwin is
scheduled for unveiling. Cere-
monies are open to the public.
Zamora Young Adults Meet
Zamora Young Adults will meet
Sunday evening at the Zamora .lew-
Ida renter for an Israeli folk night
Welcome are men and women of
high school graduate age and over
Gelber to Assist
State Attorney
State Attorney Richard E. Ger-
stcin Wednesday announced the ap-
pointment to his staff of Seymour
Gelber as assistant state attorney.
Gelber served as attorney for the
Dady county legislative delegation
in the Florida legislature this past
1957 season.
He has long been identified
with many community agencies.
He will take office as vice presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center Nov. 3.
Among hi- activities is member-
Alp on the budget comniiteee. a*
well .i* the board of governor-, ol
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
II, is currently serving as vice
preaidenl of the South Beach Men's
Club and is judge advocate of Mi-
ami Beach American Legion Post
85.
Gelber lives at 1245 15th ter..
Miami Beach, and has been a resi-
dent of this area for the past ten
MI'S. He graduated from the Uni-
versity ol Miami law school in 1953.
SfTMOtM CUM*
Kupat Holfm Report
Due Here Sunday
A current report on Kupat Ho-
lim. Israeli labor health insurance
plan and its part in maitaining and
protecting the health of newly ar-
rival immigrants, will be given by
Xachman Tamir. Israeli Histadrut
leader.
Tamir will speak at a reception
and meeting of the Israel Histadrut
committee at the Seville hotel Sun-
day evening.
Tamir is a former captain in the
Israeli Army, a writer and scholar,
and for years was a pioneer farmer
in a kibbutz.
Tamir's report will include
current information on the crisis
in the Mideast, and the part that
Histadrut plays in the economic
lift of Israel.
Ehiel Lesowoder. president of
the Greater Miami Histadrut organ-
ization, will introduce the speaker.
Mrs. Balfuria Gilad. accompanied
by Miss Anyuta Melicov. will pre-
sent a program of Israeli songs.
The Israeli film. "The Good Seed."
will also be shown.
Flagler Granada Forms New
Junior friendship Group
Flagler Granada Jewish Com-
munity Center has announced the
formation of a Junior Friendship
group consisting of single young
adults between the ages of 23 and
30.
"The tremendous need." said
Jess Cohen, chairman of the Flag-
ler Granada Jewish Community
Center Young Adults, "proposes
the age problem of mutual asso-
ciation. Our present group of
Young Adults is old enough for the
17 to 22 category, but leaves u
need for an older group."
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He lives on Sunset Island One,
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Organization of America, discuss
for Nov. 1 to 3 meeting due in Birming-
|Ala. Seated (left to right) are Ben ri.
, Knoxville; Mortimer May, Nashville;
jr B. Hebman, Miami Beach, South-
tgion president; Phillip Block, Birming-
RobexX Persky, Augusta. Standing are
JLieberman, Jacksonville; Arthur Kauf-
lAtlanta; Irving Pearlmutter, Birming-
ham; B3n Golden, Atlanta; Israel Feiden, St
nSl Hn-8; 2H l****. Miami Beach re-
Sx Divide A HarrXLibbY-Jacksonville; and
DartK^ ndrn' ^iami Beach- Miamians
fE25? n9 Si P^rgrJam wi" be ** Andrn.
Uebrnan David Goodwin, Abraham Schafer,
SdS nSJid"11 LeVine' Morris Simon
Religious Question Inclusion
In Federal Census Criticized
WASHINGTON (WNS) The
'American Jewish Committee and
the Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rjth, in a memorandum to
Secretary of Commerce Sinclair
Weeks, opposed the projected in-
clusion of a question on religious
belief or affiliation in the 1960
Federal population census, declar-
ing that the data so accumulated
would not only be "of doubtful
validity" but that there was "no le-
gitimate reason why the Federal
Government should need informa-
tion on the religious affiliation of
its citizens."
The two organizations pointed
out that, apart from its doubtful
validity, religious data sought for
Federal census purposes could
serve as a dangerous prescience to
future "pressure by religious

Dlda Meir, Israel's Foreign Minister (center), congratu-
Baders of B'nai B'rith Israel Bond campaign when they
' at New York conference that B'nai B'rith had set goal
D0,000 in bond sales during 1957-58 drive. $3,000,000
frith guota was oversubscribed in last campaign. With
leir are Milton Seidenman, of Baltimore, national Israel
fhairman for f"nai B'rith, and Mrs. Jacob Yanoff, of Phil-
da, national Israel Bond chairman for B'nai B'rith
In.
Iren Will
Consecrated
ten of Temple Emanu-El's
pie daily religious school
pupils in the Temple's
school, numbering 150
ill be consecrated Satur-
fcing by Rabbi Irving Lehr-
Bng the main service.
Ihildren wil receive minia-
P>hs as girst. Mrs. Norman
resident of the PTA, Fred
f-i year's confirmation class
ft and Ray Yunes, of the
fioard of education, will
the consecrants. They in-
1'';':.-;- m .,.,., i,.,iter. .John
P'lly Becker. Jill Ann Bern-
' l-vrlner, Pamela Klalolen-
'.' I '"hen. James Cohen.
,. "hen, Judy t'ohn, I'etei
r i Cohan, Robin Cohen.
I1 hen, Henry DeMayo, l.au-
" leiri Diamond, Wendy
Ml.hnel Elwnan Ellen
l_Hward Feller. Linda Klne-
Ineberg. Jon Kink.
Flagler Women to Moot
The Women's Group of the Flag-
ler-Granada Jewish Community
Center will meet Wednesday eve-
ning at the Center. Feature of the
meeting will be the welcoming of
new members by Mrs. Meyer Bril-
liant, chairman, and an original
skit, "This is Your Wife." Re-
freshments will be served.
Sandy Shnplro. Robert Shevlln. Mnr-
rot BiegeL Stephen siusiey, Marcla
Mum
BUSSJI Simon, Ted Simon, Peter It,
Small, Hi. haul Hn.tsky, Bart Boko-
low, Jeffrey Stern, Barbara SulUn,
HeKan Surt-s, Alison Tufel, Cynthia
Thai. David Wallach, Barbara Wal-
laik, Sheldon Washerman. Amy Wel-
ner, Paul UVimr, .leflr.y Welnkl.-,
Teddy Welnatock, Steven Welniniiiii.
Howard Welsenthal. Ann Welw, Alan
Welti, Bruce Wiener. Wendy Enaler,
Hairy Fleclermon, Meredith Orson-
bern, Bortnle Mansdorf, Sharl Pollack.
Debra Raskin, Martha Yavera, Da-
vid Abelow, Marti Ann Harris, Steven
her. Jimmy Krehllng, Rus- I L.echtner, Nancy Sue I-ichter. Bar-
Stefanle Krehlinr. | bara i^orke, Abraham Mansdorf,
P |<-dland, Michael rYledland.
'."nVri llil GUIey. Oene Glan-
^ i-laiiliman, Susan Qlaub-
t ".".lilsteln, lx>ls (Joldsteln,
""'">. llobert (I
man. MI lei tiopman. Bar-
"i. Mark (ireenbeiK. John
i, i. .'.' Urossman, Rtanle)
I ."i,| Hamilton, Marti II... -
r" "et-ht, Rlbln Hlrarh. Ste-
'eld, Franklin ll.irwltz.
Robarta Isbera, Ber-
1 laeoba, Harltvn
1 M.lncly Kantor, Helen Kap-
Kaien, Steven Kern, si.-
, Kllen KU-iiipner, Martin
'"' Koren, Tlmma.- Keren.
Janet Kraiser, Jeff-
"hr. Michael I#b. Mark
,;....., Lelbovft, Yale Lelbo-
-hall I ...vine. Mark Leyy,
r.1 ">- i-.ii.,tt Under. Mich-
. '"<> Malachlok.
Mandel Mark Margolin.
Ira atarslvll,
. ,' MlUer, Billy Ml-
In.f ni *"<* Mntzklti, Jo-
I Mil nek, Ralph Mlsrachl,
I "' Debra Newman, Larry
li'..i:\!V."".:ino"' "torrla Pal-
1 ; I 'I Henry Perle. Dean
';'" Pertnoy, Sidney
Plotktn. Norman Plot-
r" '''alack. Jin p,,||ack. Dandy
111! Hand.
Tarry uivkind. ix>ri
K'ibby Itns,., Qary RoTO- j||l
' '' Sammy Rosenstrauch.
'">. Samuel Roth. Sandra
I rk S:"'. Barry Schechter,
'"-en-Schwarta, Richard
Ktanton Schwarts, Warren
. Maria Schutiman, Bobbe
r"ha Seff, Judith Seg-al,
Ralph lOsrachl, Cella Evelyn Nash.
Kenneth pumeronce, Jody Ragal,
Marcla Sills.
Parents to Get Dose
Of Dade TV School
In an easy way, parents will learn
I'nited States history at the reg-
ular open meeting of the Dade
County Council of Parent-Teacher
Assns. Wednesday at 10 a.m.
They will be looking at television
and taking a class in history just
as the students are doing in the
educational television experiment
in the schools. They will meet in
the Hialeah High School, 251 E
47th st.
Tha program it being planned
by Clifton Mitchell, director of
the educational television project
in Dade's schools. He will pre-
sent Leonard Singer, who will
illustrate the TV-instruction tech-
nique used here by broadcasting
a history lesson on the eighth
grade level.
Explanation to parents will be
presented by Mrs. Patricia Cabrera,
elementary school teacher, and
Mrs. Marqueen Sites, high school
teacher, as a demonstration of dif-
ferent levels of instruction. Mrs.
Sites will also conduct a question
and answer period with the audi-
ence.
According to Mrs. E. H. Jack-
son, Council's program chair-
man, the theme of this month's
program, "New Eyes and Ears
of Learning," is intended to fit
into Council's theme for the year.
Guidance for Growth."
During the year, all principals
and presidents are honored ai the
County Council meetings. With the
addition of so many new schools
in Dade county, it has been found
necessary to take a few areas at
each meeting. Wednesday, princi-
pals and Parent-Teacher presidents
from Area 2, North Miami Beach,
Area 3, North Miami and Miami
Shores, and Area 15, which takes
in South Miami schools, will be
honored.
Malavah Malka
Center to Open
Opening of the Malavah Malka
Culture Group Center at 1431
Washington ave., Miami Beach, Sat-
urday evening will mark the
group's third anniversary.
Officers of the organization in-
clude Isadora Rodman, 1329 Col-
lins ave., and Sam Liff, 948 Mer-
idian ave.
Malavah Malka Culture Group ac-
tivities include a weekly study ses-
sion in Talmud and regular Satur-
I day evening social gatherings fea-
jtjiripg lectures and community
singing.____________ _
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more specific questions on religi-
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the perusal of religious literature."
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South Florida Men's Council
National BB Membership Drfoi
The South Florida Men's Council trirt *, n. T 'l
vi o president, VP1 u t
fhnis- *> will ch?,H
of B'nai B'rith will jojn a national
effort to stimulate a membership
goal of 50.000 new members in a
50-day drive commencing Oct. 20
and concluding Dec, 8. Stanley Cai-
din. president said Wednesday.
The Greater Miami drive will be r.
sparked by Sidney Haskoe. mem- l'ons ,nui?h the aJS*
Activities of Bai I
broad program a(BK^
lurship chairman for District
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past president of the Coral Gables "ver200n
I,,,!,,.. wvag Jewish high
mover 1,500 clubs,
RTcToft for the membe?ship ^ wted StMes CaW
drive in Miami will take place tol and Mexico i
at tht New York restaurant Sun- Tmher-hip of 35 000 h%
day with a breakfast at 10 a.m. a,so is active in a ^
whan executive committees of
the seven B'nai B'rith lodges in
Greater Miami will report
their plans.
ol
on
service for veteran^
and other welfare a?eT
Head start on North Shore Lodge of B'nai
B'lith's 50-day national membership mobiliza-
tion drive, which officially opens Oct. 20,
takes place at Crown hotel as hotel's new co-
owner Jerry Sussman (center) hands in his
membership application to president Nate
Glickman. On hand for "ceremony" (left to
right) are membership chairman Fred Jonas,
Fifth District executive secretary Julius Fisher,
and assistant director for national member-
ship Al Elkes. Over 25 members were pres-
ent in Crown's Coronation room, where future
meetings have been scheduled throughout
campaign.
In cooperation with this drive,
Mayor Randy Christmas has issued
a proclamation announcing Oct. 27
to Nov. 3 as B'nai B'rith Member-
ship Week. The proclamation was
formally announced at a meeting in
his office with EL Albert Pallot, Dis-
Organizations intervene to Assure Assembly
NEW YORK(JTA> Fourteen
major organizations intervened this
week with the United States Su-
preme Court in defense of the con-
stitutional rifhl of the National
Assn. for the Advancement ol Col
ored People (NAACP) to enjoy free-
st association.
'.'he 14 groups came to the sup-
p it of the NAACP by filng a
."friends of the court" brief in a
entitled "NAACP and the
e of Alabama.'' which the I S
Si rente Court has agreed to re-
. during its current term,
brief was submitted by I.eo
Puier. director of the Conuni.....n
on Law and Social Action of the
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American Jewish Congress, who is
serving as attorney for the follow-
ing organization-:
American Baptist Convention.
Commission on Christian Social Pro-
gress American Civil Liberties
I'nion. American Friend- Service
Committee. American Jewish Com-
mittee. American Jewish Congress,
American Veterans Committee,
Anti Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith, Board of Home Miions ol
the Congregational and Christian
Churches. Council for Christian So-
da! Action of the I mted Church of
Christ. Japanese American Citizens
League. Jewish Labor Committee.
National Community Relations Ad-
visory' Council. United Synagogue
of America, and Workers Defense
League.
Voicing their deep concern at
the State of Alabama's "assault
on freedom of association," the
ore.rH.Hom declared: 'Today it
is the NAACP that is subjected
to attack. Tomorrow, the same
measures may be taken against
any group that supports a cause
opposed by state officials."
The case is an appeal to the high
courts by the NAACP to review the
decisions of an Alabama circuit
covet handed down in July, 1956.
that fined the association $100,000
and held it in contempt of court
because the NAACP refused to turn
over a list of its Alabama members.
The NAACP feared that publica-
tion of its membership records
would subject its members to boy-
cott and physical violence.
Services for Students
Sukkoth services for <
the North Shore Jewish(
ligious school were to bem
Thursday and Friday n Z
the chapel Participants i
Terry Deuteh. Rlch^ I
Robert Holtzman, David1
baum. Justin Weiningwmi
Weininger.
Cttl&lettfQfloi'^J
NewYffl
Bureau to Meet Teacher Shortage
At Revived College of Jewish Studies
*< BE Af OX
rood-oy at 7SH. St.. New York
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Tempi* Emaiw-EI Services
Are Dedicated to Youth
Simchas Torah services at
Temple Emanu-EJ Thursday were
to be dedicated to the youth of the
congregation.
Teen-age boys were to participate
in the service by earning the Tor-
ahs in the Hakofos procession. The
service was to begin at 7 p.m. with
Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating
and Cantor Israel Reich chanting
the liturev.
Greater Miami is attempting to
meet the personnel crisis in its
Jewish schools. The national short-
age of Jewish teachers and adminis-
trators is seriously felt in the
area's schools.
To meet the challenee, the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education is reor-
ganizing and expanding its College
of Jewish Studies, which meets at
the Bureau bldg., 135 NW 3rd ave.
This year, the college will con
The staff of the College of Jewish
Studies, still incomplete, includes
Dr. Joseph Zuckerbram, Dr. Jo-
seph llurwitz. Dr. Nathaniel Zoroff.
Mrs. Shushannah Spector, Syd-
ney J. Greenberg. Louis Schwartz-
man, Herbert Berger. Israel Rib-
ner. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard, and
visiting lecturers.
Registration at the College of
Jewish Studies will be held on
Wednesday, with method courses
cent rate exclusively on teacher I beginning on Friday. Oct. 26 courv
training courses. The college will es in the Hebrew deartment on Oct.
be divided into three departments: I 29. and courses in the religious
Religious School Department A. I school department on Oct 30
to prepare teachers for licensing I ~ L A .
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'otes front ilte ^aUi's pulpit
The following is another W. a series of articles prepared by spiritual
leaders here for The Jewish Floridian "Rabbinical Corner" in cooper-
jjtion with the Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn. Rabbi Abraham
Person, of Tifercth Israel Northside Center, is coordinator of thii
hssn. program.
Re-Beginning of Law
leari of Simchas Torah
RABSI >ie"4v OKOLICA
to')b Dads Jewish Center
Festival f Booths is fol-
the i istiva] of Cooelu-
" c j i i of these ilays is
I' .. !t i.s the festival
in the Law. It is
i 'it holiday and
le importance of the
i i- (ii our holy history.
observance of the
Dih festival and the Rejoic-
|in the Law suggests the re-
ship of the faith in God
|k and the action of assur-
Bod's divine law (Torah). On
leve of the Festival, all but
lot" the sacred scrolls are led
ocession around the syna-
y It is a great privilege to
the responsibility represent-
Ihe Holy Torah, which is the
le message.
bung and old meet on common
pel and sing and dance with
poly Scroll. It is more thart
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123 Tishri 5:34 p.m.
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an annual revival meeting it is
a great spiritual experience to
give thanks to God that he has
privileged us to be the guardian
of the Holy Torah.
On (he morning of the Festival,
the lirst and last portions of the
Pentateuch are read by two mem-
bers of the congregation a
bridegroom of the Torah and a
bridegroom of Genesis. To be a
"chasan" a bridegroom is a
great honor. More or less, it sug-
gests to be wed to the Holy Mes-
sage. Israel and the Holy Torah
arc one. In many congregations
this honor is much sought after.
Indeed, people will give charity
for this great "mitzvah."
Simchas Torah lends itself to
bring back to our people the un-
derstanding of the Law and the
importance of its study. While
we carry the Scroll, we want to
indicate that the survival of our
people depends upon the study
and the sacredness of the Torah.
While we dance with it as a
bridegroom dances with a bride,
we pledge our maintenance and
our support to its holy preserva-
tion.
It is not a coincidence that the
children play a great part during
the Simchas Torah ritual. We ask
even children under Bar Mitzvah
RABBI HENRY OKOLICA
. spiritual delight
age to be called collectively to the
reading of the Law.
A large Tallith is spread over
their heads like a canopy, and a
blessing is recited over the chil-
dren. What greater joy is there,
than to see parents and children
standing together acclaiming the
most precious gift of God to man-
kind, our Holy Torah?
At a time when so many of us
see their salvation in the physical
resources of the world, when so
many turn for protection to ma-
terial values, the Jew takes his
Torah and dances in spiritual de-
light, to remind himself and the
world what the true values are.
On this day, the quiet and so-
phisticated takes his Torah and
dances to the rhythm of "The
Angels came a-mustering/The
Angels came a-clustering/Around
the sapphire throne."
This is a rousing melody, that
ervices in
\~jreater tattii
JDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle
)rthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
4J B SO a.m. Sermon: "The
"i the World."

ISHE EMES. 2535 SW 19th
(Cantor Morris Zimmerman.
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TH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ava.
rvatlve. Rabbi Yaakov Rosen-
[ Cantor William W. Llpson.
> i"p p.m. Harmon: "ihu-win
Hlble SittuMay 9 a.m. Kar
Ih: Itiirmn, son of Mr, and Mrs.
If; Harold, uon of Mr.
li- Roy Kopsteln.

m EL. 500 SW 17th ave. Or-
Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir-
FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL,
1801 S. Andrews ave.. Ft. Lauder-
lale. Reform. Rabbi Marius Ran-
'; p.m. ShI-t'-iv :30 a.m.
In Hi,, noftlnnlna;."
TH EMETH. 12250 N.W. 2nd
Conservative. Rabbi David W.
t. Cantor Hyman Fein.
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TH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ava.
dox. Rabbi H. Louis Rott-
1:23 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.

TH JACOB. 301-311 Washlno-
ve. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
May s.io a in. Bermon: "The
i Genesis." Ulblo clans 4:J0
l[H RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd
Orthodox. Rabbi Aria Becker.
r" :;" p m. RatuMay S:.tti a.m.
The Kirxi Principle in Craa-
rH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave.
Hox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov
*AL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
^rvative.
! 10 p.m. at Went Miami
HUh Bcbool. Norman Cabel
|DE HEIGHTS JEWISH CEN-
18160 NW 2nd ave. Con-
live.
"> r. p.m.
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^GLER. GRANADA. 50 NW
?' Conservative. Rabbi Mur
} Alstet.
fu"y a.m.
ton.
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HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th
it. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander
Cross.

HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS. 951
Flamingo way. Conservative. Rab-
bi Leo Heim.
HYIday 1:15 p.m. Sermon: "Man's
1'laee In This universe." Saturday 9
a.m.
o
HOMESTEAD CENTER. 183 NE
tth St., Homestead. Conservative.
**-s Gertx officiates.

HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE BETH
EL. 1645 Polk St., Hollywood. Re-
form. Rabbi Minard Klein.
see
HOLLYWOOD BETH SHOLEM.
1725 Monroe St., Hollywood. Con-
servative. Rabbi Samuel Lerer.

HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI.
2030 Polk St., Hollywood. Conserv-
ative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor
Yehudah Heilbraun.

ISRAELITE CENTER. 3198 SW
24th tar. Conservative. Rabbi Mor-
ton Malavsky.
Saturday 9 a.m. Ttar Mltsvah: Her-
man, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Uer-
*OR-
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KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid
ava. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehi*
field. Cantor Abraham Self.
Saturday S:30 a.m.

MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGA-
TION. 1101 SW 12th ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Berele
Kelemer.
fft Ida) ( p in. .-aim la) 1:10 a.m.
Permon: "An "Id World with New
Moons,"

MONTICELLO PARK. 164th St.
snd NE 11th eve. Conservative.
Rabbi Isaac Lerer. Cantor Jacob
Goldfarb.
iy 5 tfl p in. No late service.
Haturdnt
Pol lion "
:. a.m. Sermon: "Weekly
NORTH DADE CENTER. 13630
W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi
Henry Okolica. Cantor Maurice
Neu.
Friday s:|:, p.m. Bermon: "We Re-
Joke In Our Torah."

NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620
75th St. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
Saturday *M1 am. Sermon: "The
Secret of Creation."

SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER.
715 Washington ave.
fee
SOUTH DADE JEWISH CEN
TER. Reform. Rabbi Herbert M.
Baumqard.
Friday 7 p.m. at Beaumont Hall,
['nrve iv oi >li >il, .' T. h
procession. Sermon: "What's Our
s'ukkah For?"
m
SOUTHWEST JEWISH C'NTER.
6438 SW 8th st. Conservative. Rab-
bi Abraham Levlfan.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144
Chase ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish.
Friday 8:1." p.m. Saturday 10:15 a.m.
.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701
Washington ave. Conservative.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Is-
rael Reich.
PYtdajf. p.m Saluid.iv '.i a.m. Ser-
mon: "The Weekly Portion."

TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th
st. Reform. Rabbi Joseph Nsrot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
Friday 8:1.1 p.m Sermon: "Why Not
an International Qeo-HplrltuaJ Year?" j
(Courtesy bus service pickups al 7:40
and 8 p.m., 15th St. side of Jordan
Marsh.)
e
TEMPLE JUOEA, 920 Palermo
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skop.
Cantor Herman Gottlieb.
Friday 8:15 p m. Sermon: "In the
Beginning." Saturday 9:48 m. Bair
Mtfsvajl: Stephen, son of Mr, and
Mrs. Harold Berger.

TEMPLE NER TAMID. To be
erected at 80th st. and Tatum water-
way.
catches the emotions of every Jew
as he dances toward his God. It
leaves no doubt that in the strug-
gle for peace and ultimate secur-
ity, our Holy Torah must play a
decisive role. When we close the
reading of the Torah, we close
with "Yisroel." We begin our
Torah with "Breshith." The last
and the first letter of the Torah
indicate that the heart of our civi-
lization is the Torah. The ending
is a new beginning indicating that
in the struggle for a civilized
world we need a heart of wisdom
that come.sjjirough Torah. A gen-
eration ignorant of these facts
cannot survive, cannot assume its
historic role.
Not only do we rejoice in the
Torah, we make it part of our life,
of our society, of our existence.
This Simchas Torah dance is not
a dance of a delirious people, but
the dance of sober, sombre chil-
dren of God. As we take our Tor-
ah into our hands, we dance to
the rhythm of divinity, aiming to
bring about the fulfillment, pro-
claiming the eternal message of
Israel and its Holy Torah. Rejoice,
O Israel, for the Lord is your God.
Weintraub Heads Welcoming Group
Miami attorney and financier
Joseph Weintraub will introduce
Israeli legal expert Prof. Benjamin
Akzin to the Dade County Bar Assn.
when Akzin addresses members of
the association Monday noon at the
Columbus hotel.
Akzin, who is dean of the fac-
ulty of law of the Hebrew Univer-
sity at Jerusalem, is here as a
guest of the 6reater Miami chap-
The Art of living
'I he second lecture in ;i scries on
"The Art of Living" will be given
Saturday, 8 p.m. by Dr. Abraham
Wolf.son ;it the Spinoza Outdoor
Forum, 11th st. and Ocean ct. Dr.
Wolfson is author of "The Road
to Health and Happiness" and
"Live a 100 Years Happily." At
8:45 p.m., Dr. Jacques Fresco, Mi-
ami psychologist, will address the
forum.
St. Conservative.
Waxman.
Rabbi Alfred
ter, American Friends of the
Hebrew University. He will dis-
cuss "An Israeli Lawyer Looks
at the Middle East."
Weintraub, chairman of the
board of the Mercantile National
Bank and American Title and In-
surance Company, heads a com-
mittee of Miami attorneys in charge
of the event. They.include Henry D.
Williams, Mrs. Anna Brenner Mey-
ers, Shepard Broad, Stanley C. My-
ers, Louis Heiman, Seymour Lieb-
man and Leon Kaplan.
Prof. Akzin is also scheduled to
address a meeting of the Miami
chapter of the American Friends
Monday evening at the Roney Plaza
hotel.
Beth Skolom Men's Club
To Hear Mayor Oka
Miami Beach Mayor Kenneth.
Oka will be featured speaker at
a meeting of the Temple Beth
Sholom Men's Club Thursday eve-
ning in the Temple banquet hall.
Dr. Meyer Eggnatz, president,
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N., said that Oka will speak on "Metro
Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi Government." Co chairmen of the
Abraham Herson. Cantor Albert function are Harry A. Lack and
Giants.
Friday B:Jfl p.m. Sermon: "Creation
or iie-nii.- ion of i i, Wor'i In-
stallation of newly-elected officers of
sholom Toting Judeans. Haturda.) :i
a.m. Sermon; "Ood In Our Midst."
TORAH TEMPLE. 1254 West
ave. American Judaism. Rabbi
Abraham Cassal.

ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44
Zamora ave. Conservative. Rabbi
B. Leon Hurwitx. Cantor Rudolph
Brill.
Friday 5:45 p.m. Satmdav 8:10 a.m.
Bar Mltsvah: Arthur, son of Mr, and
Mrs. Ren Nonkin. Sermon by Rabbi
Mm wits.
Leo Schloss, with Harold Granoff,
in charge of hospitality.
The Men's Club sponsors the
Youth Activities program at Beth
Sholom.
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HMLARY HI YI#M.V
His Life, Taken All in All, a Brilliant Star-Studded HUyJ
TAKE MY LIFE. By Eddi Cantor, with Jan Kesner Ard-
mor. 288 pp. New York: Doubleday A Company,
Inc. $3.95.
TAKE A SKINNY little boy with pop eyes and bangs who
' grew up in a basement on the East Side and snitched
plums from the pushcarts and played hooky from school.
His name was Isidore Itzkowitz. and you would never have
heard of him except that he had more talent than any ten
skinny little boys and the nerve to push it. He became
Eddie Cantor.
Eddie, who was an orphan, always loved to entertain.
MMLTtoN VMhsBMAN
At one of his school graduations, he Rave a heart rending
performance of a weepy piece called "The Soul of he
Violin The teachers cried. The children cried. All the
parents cried. Eddie had stopped, not a show, but the
graduation. Can you imagine what that meant to a kid
who was cold, hungry and lousy looking? The sound of
applause was heat and food, mother and father, pink
champagne."
Eddie Cantor's autobiography is written in the breezv,
warm sort of conversational tone that marks his own de-
livery. It's packed with anecdotes aDout the most famous
Abernathy Steps into Shoes of Old Rankin
Washington
A MISSISSIPPI CONGRESSMAN who appealed to Jews
^* for financial support that helped him win the seat
of anti-Semite John Rankin has recently displayed be-
havior reminiscent of his predecessor.
He is Rep. Tom G. Abernethy. His actions have fa-
cilitated the fomenting of anti-Semitism in the tense seg-
regation issue at a time when responsible Southerners
are seeking harmony and peace.
In the House debate on the civil rights bill, Rep.
Abernethy referred to one "Israel Cohen." He elaime I
that "Cohen" was "a leading Communist in England"
who in 1912 published "A Racial Program for the 20th
Century" blueprinting advancement of American Ne-
groes. But no such publication, authored by "Cohen" or
anyone else, could be found. Neither the Library of Con-
tress nor the British Museum research experts could find
support of Rep. Abernethy's "facts." How could "Cohen"
have been a Communist party member in 1912 when the
party was not yet in existence?
All this was called to Rep. Abernethy"s attention in
the most respectful manner. Since Rep. Abernethy had
avowed opposition to religious prejudice, his cooperation
was sought in correcting the false information printed
in the Congressional Record. It was suggested that he
was not aware of the falsity and anti-Semitic potentiali-
ties of the material. He responded by promising to look
into the matter.
But a few Jews in his constituency took his side
ELM ARM! SALPETER
against the "Northerners." He then refused to make a
correction, claimed to have been "maligned and abused"
and said "your fellow Jews down this way do not
agree." He took such stand in a letter to the writer of
this column.
The Anti Defamation League of B'nai B'rith had pro-
ceeded on the assumption that a man of honor would cor-
rect a demonstrably counterfeit quotation fabricated by
anti-Semites to promote anti-Semitism. In the face of
indisputable evidence, however. Rep. Abernethy permit-
ted the hoax to be perpetrated on his colleagues and the
nation. He knew the facts before the late September
deadline for all Congressional Record corrections. But
he chose to let the hoax be perpetuated in the permanent
edition.
Anti Semitic agitators and the anti-Semitic press
have exploited Rep. Abernethy's "Israel Cohen" allega-
tions. Nevertheless, Rep. Abernethy persists in defend-
ing the material as correct. He claims that he is being,
"pressured" by Jews who dare to mention the fraud. Ana
he mutters about evidence in a safe deposit box "owned
by a man now deceased" and a book "missing" from the
Library of Congress.
Whether or not Rep. Abernethy originally knew the
truth about his "Israel Cohen" speech he has certainly
since learned it. However, he has failed to display the
qualities looked for in the Southern gentleman who swept
the notorious John Rankin from office.
Past and Future Still Make Port Unpleasant
IN TWO BUILDINGS, about two blocks apart near the
main entrance to the Port of Haifa, are two institu-
tions symbolizing the past and the future of Israel ship-
ping. One is the Haifa Maritime Museum, supported
jointly by Shoham Israel Navigation Company, the Israel
Navy and the Haifa Municipality. The other is the Israel
Chamber of Shipping, a joint organization of Israel ship-
owners and shipping agents.
The Museum i- the past, the Chamber of Shipping
may be the future, but the Port is the present, and a very
unpleasant one, too. Long essays could be written on
What's wrong with the Haifa Port and long lists of im-
provements could be presented to counter these com-
plaints. But still, the overwhelming feeling of anybody
who has business at the Port is that the traveling public
HERBERT g. EMJWT
Danny in Plum Role
Hollywood,
IN ONE OF the most sensational news releases from the
motion picture capital this year, Columbia Pictures
told your correspondent over the weekend that Danny
Kaye will star in the filming of Franz Werfel's "Jacobow-
sky and the Colonel." to be made in France and Holly-
wood later in 1957. William Goetz. producer of the still
unreleased Warner Bros, feature "Sayonara." will guide
the new venture. He flies to Paris to meet director Peter
Glenville (who made "The Prisoner" with Alec Guinness)
to select locations and interview French actors.
The picture of S. N. Behrman's Broadway hit based
on the book by Werfel. is tentatively scheduled to go be-
fore the cameras Nov. 11, with Kaye bringing his unique
comedy talents to the dramatic but subtly humorous role
of the refugee Polish Jew, Jacobowsky. on the stage por-
trayed by the late Oscar Karlweis. Kaye is currently
completing "Merry Andrew" at MGM, and will postpone
his anticipated trip around the world to do what may be
the most important motion picture of his career.
The part of the Colonel, the Polish aristocrat who
fought heroically against the Nazis and in 1940 was
fleeing across France, has been cost with Curt Jurgens
Germany's ranking male star. It seems bitter irony that
Curt Jurgens, who now appears as a fierce anti Nazi on
the screen, in real life served the Third Reich to the end
having been a motion picture favorite in Hitler's Ger-
many and continued to be on top after defeat.
Tony Curtis and wife. Janet Leigh, were signed over
ine weekend to play co-starring roles in "The Perfect
Furlough," forthcoming Universal-International comedy
with an armed forces background. Robert Arthur will
produce "The Perfect Furlough."
and the shipping clients are an unpleasant nuisance in-
terfering with what otherwise could have been a nice
quiet life for dock-hands, shipping clerks, customs offi-
cials and scores of other people making a living in the
Port.
The peaceful and clean atmosphere of the Maritime
Museum contrasted very pleasantly with the scenes in
the Port, just a few yards away. We were shown through
the exhibits by George Radan, acting curator of the Mu-
seum and member of a sea-faring family. Mr. Radan's
father is one of the veteran captains of the Israel Mer-
chant Navy, a graduate of the old Austro Hungarian Naval
Academy in Fiume. As recently as three years ago, the
"Old Man" was still in command of one of the big pass-
enger ships of the Israel fleet.
Still spry, he refuses to go on pension, working in-,
stead as one of the Chief Supervisors of the Shoham
Navigation Company. His elder son is a captain of one
of the modern passenger-cargo vessels of the company,
while George, the curator, saw service at sea. George
did not originally choose the sea as his career. He ma-
jored in archaeology (doing postgraduate work at an
American university) but could not completely give up
the family tradition. He took a course in radio and
^I?^n'f?,,10nS and w? for ,wo *"" as communi-
cations officer on one of the ships.
The most outstanding exhibits of the museum are the
saamS/JLa m0den f ^ 'deSt EgyPtian and Judea"
sailing vessels as well as the ships of the modern Israel
ih h I n,,ode,s to**"*"- form presentation of
the development of seafaring through the ages.
nan>s i ,\
"^.'ndwiuT
g'?p*s'Mol
of Eddie,
their ,
friends. tf
'mportani, *jjr
wommg'ojjl
thre Miens, 3
tureofaver,, "
amanhos(i
I human bei,
measurable.
| cause of all |J
, fts he's dosTT
h|s Pan in ii,I
* f Dimes, or J
EDMf CANTOR fund- raising J
... the frtar performer countless otJ
,les- Not bta
happens to be a Jew. either. It's simplv that uM
always given so unstintingly of himself, in wha'eJl
doing.
His irrepressible humor keeps cropping mi
the serious parts. And there are many high n
dents and jokes you'll want to remember, Ujj
Jimmy Walker and Eddie dropped in to visit a t
chaplain. Then they noticed a Jewish temple, i
in to pay their respects. Further along was a 'ft.
chapel, and they stopped there, too. "Eddie. thisW
Jimmy said "we just played God across ih|
It's been a very good life for Eddie. One hops]
continue to be, for a long time to come. Andrtri
makes so many other people happy.
t4gE CARSON
Second Look at Dag
United I
QAG HAMMARSKJOLD has just been reflected!
" retary General of the United Nations. Hb|
tour of duty expires Mar. 31. 1958. Barring the
seen, he will continue to head the United Natural
more years, until Mar. 31. 1963. He is not only i
Secretary General to be elected and unanitwfl
to two full, consecutive terms. He is also the !int|
chosen after giving the organization the apponoftj
two different occasions, of firing him. He is <
doubt the strongest international civil sen-ant I
has ever known. These are facts and friends of lj
would do well to ponder these realities.
Now that Mr. Hammarskjold has received 11
and stronger mandate, it would be well toi
immediate past as a guide to the foreseeable future.;
Mr. Hammarksjold received more than a minatj
is the possessor now of a rare challenge andtftl
chance. For the next five and a half years, her
no selfish interest of any nation. Mr. Hum
wants ardently, as passionately as he can j
peace. He knows that he could not have comertl
Middle East crisis with the kudos he has einalB
two most important powers, the United SuttJ
Soviet Union, had not been together when themaT-
counted. He knows also that, when these sameW
were on opposite sides as they were and *
Hungarian Question majority voles were insr"
solution of that problem.
Extending that series of facts to the Middle
must know that he will not bring about a peat'
the Arab states and Israel as long a* the cowj
tinues to stir trouble in the Middle East \
Now he has the challenge of peace and tun
opportunities the chance to make peace
One can only wish Mr. Hammarskjold the I
success. For if he wins the world will g* rj
must never forget that even the most just w"
righteous will not prevail if he does not stand p
self. These are the realities that we mustm*
and one cannot help feeling that no one kno*>
ity of these truths any better than Mr. m
himself.
BORIS SMOLAB
Zionist Leader in Differing View With M
WHAT MAKES A Zloni* An*, J *"*
Council, central bodv of all 7i. American Zionist
duly ,d d.ligh,. Th .Si Sta,.'^ "," firs
"sherut" service in Israel as workers
some appropriate field. This is. of conn*. .
things as settlement in Israel or cla ^l.
Gurion demands, but the American/""1' {gI #M
believes that such organized pilgnmage ^j
adults can easily bring tens of thousandsw
to Israel every year. my t#il
He also believes that some of therr iw /jg.
stay in Israel. Other duties of a Ziom- tfl
cording to the AZC leader, includes neiP ^^f
ican public opinion about Israel -- tf|J & i
businessmen, professionals, taxi dm
in his daily contacts with people. ^ to
The duty of one who is a Zion. t ^ ^
constructive investment in Israel oroniurt'
capacities. Also to take an interest mv ^ jj
education in this country and tntrodociw^d{
into the adult community, particularly
gogue.


)ctober 18, 1957
*Je* is* nor Mian
Observes
reek Here
itions Week is being ob-
ct. 17 to 24 with informa-
crs spotted throughout the
Harold Spaet, Dr. Ed-
fx, and Mrs. Louis Bider-
serve as an information
Miami Beach Federal
and Loan Assn.
Iring booths at Chase Fed-
pngs and Loan Assn. and
each Federal are the fol-
lomen's groups and organ-
,1 I.KI"* -
:li-i. Baptist, All Souls
Presbyterian, Church by
Miami Beach Community
ORT, League of Women
ladassah, and the Amer-
Congress.
touts of Miami Beach will
tcrs throughout the area.
tamed Co-Chairman
inn H. Chasin, national
dcr of the Jewish War Vet-
is week announced the ap-
lt of Harry H. Cohen, De-
i of Florida commander, as
convention co-chairman
irry Harrison of Atlanta,
of the Hotel New Yorker,
lending the national con-
(n Boston, was unanimous-
fed to the national policy
be, as well as serving as a
of the trustees-for the na-
irine of JWV.
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STITIOUS NAME LAW
HnS"" '.u Jr'n*.to engage in
V1w-r,,,n-e f'l"""U name of
"AM In CTIOM CO. at 45U
"view Drive. Miami Heath,
itend to register said name
1 'ik of the Circuit Court
minty, Florida.
IRVING BERN
;> Bast I'.roadvlew Drive
i ,;::sV:N'"ch- |-lo,tda
(or Irving Hern
Ijf" Rd., Miami Reach, Fla.
NOTICE UNDER
CTiTlOUS NAME LAW
. is iei:f:hy given thnt
ugned, desiring t<> engage In
'"I the Nrtttloua m...... of
','....."'. D'Arrey's Restiu-
Loncheonette, l >' Ai oey'a
"'' I' Ai cej ,ii \ttn Alton
' Reach. Florida Intend to
'!'i names with the Clark
nil Court of Dade County,
''AVID rt. COHEN
s ANI.KY R. COHEN
* MAX.\hi.;i\||.;h
'"' I'.ivul k Stanley Cohen
5 ll/i" M''""' < FTa.
rcCuN,TV JUDGES' COURT
^R.DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
. PROBATE No. 41851-A
FTA S BROOK!
TiCE TO CREDITORS
and ,\ll Persona Hav-
l!> nr Demajjda Against S i
" hereby notified and re-
'' nl any claims and dc-
, ir ma> have against
PTA s I1RIKIKS de-
"f Made County, F'L.i Ida.
'; nt> Judges of Dade Ootia-
S" 'he same In thslr offices
my Courthouse In I), hi
"Ida. within eight calendar
the date of the rirst pub-
.....' or the sain, will be.
MILTON A. FTilEDM VN
, Administrator
, !, '-"MAN. Atty.
ii Bidg,
Elm Ida
H I
LEGAL NOTICE
-NOTICE UNDER
FICTIllOUS NAIWF i aui
, NOTICE 18 III KKIl'}';^
tin- uiiii.rviKiii-d, i|, suing- t
* under ill.- n
PHILS SUNDRIES
Blvd., Miami, ei.,,,,
iM.-r said ,,, wllh ,,. c^VSa
Oraui, Court .,r Dade County, nor!
Vi-lI-U^** SILVERSTEIN
N thai
engage In
ctitloui name ..i
..i 7121 Bl
Florida Intends I
In
RE: *&***
&$HS&3LSm2Z& Hav
Bill IW -1
Against Bald
quired
ma nils which
the estate of
>> notified and re-
i""-"i an} claims and de-
Ihl- !"ntf'' "n* "'e t>i
In I lade Count
Judges ,,f
same in
y Courthouse
gSiaaS BWtffi
A. F'KIKDMA.V,
will be barred
MILTON
Executor
m'.v'Ti'N', "V, ''"'KL.MAN, Atty.
1"J1 Seybold liltuj. ">.
Miami, Florida.
10/11-18-26. 11/1
IN
IN
E COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
tS*5- FOR D*DE COUNTY
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE '
ivt n N- 41471-B
IN RF:: Estate of
ESTHER WOLF" VOCEL
L>eceased.
T^ AiiNrTif.E TO CREDITORS
Z2..W Vredl,or? and All Persons Hav
KMhV r L),"nHnu Against Said
are hereby notified and re-
o present any claims and de-
XS9_n> have ugainst
Vou
quired
mauds which
the estate of "ESTHER Wui.K VO-
LEL.deceased late of Dade County,
Florida, to the County Judges of I .,,,1,.
tounty, and file the same In their
offices In the County Courthouse in
Hade I ounty. Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
flrsl imbli.-atlon hereof, or the same
will be barred.
OLADYS BA88ETT
WILLIAM WOLF
Executors.
AARON II. *?&,??*' Btt880,,
Attorney for ESxecutora
!:: shoreland IIIcIk.
Miami IS, Plorlda
i" ll-H-Ja, ll/l
NOTICE UNDER
., f'CTITIOUS NAME LAW
,,Nl" I' I- IH HEKKHY HIVKX that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the flctltloua name of
Decorators Draper) Service at ISO
.vv>. isi street Intends to register
aid name with th(- Clark of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida
DECOR AND BALES AIDS, INC.
_____ v Blorida Corp.
PALLOT. BTLVBR A MIDlxjY
Attorneys for Applicants
7ni Congress Bidg.
10/11-18-25, 11/1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKIUOBV GIVEN tha"t
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Hotel 41 Restaurant Drapery Com-
pany at 150 N.W. 1st Street Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
DECOR AND RALES AIDS, INC
A Florida Corp.
PALLOT, SIIAKR & MULLUY
Attorneys for Applicants
701 Congress Hldg.
10/11-18-25. 11/1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICF: IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the petitions name ol
'"tisioms Drapery Company at I'iO
N.W. 1st Street intends to reglsler
sald name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
DFX.-OR AND BALES AIDS, INC
A Florida Coi-p.
PAU.OT, SILVER & MULI-nY
Attorneys for Applicants
701 Congress Blag.
10/11-18-25. 11/1
Page 11 A
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
v..-.?, ST'T'C-US NAME LAW
, N"l I' B is HKi:i:i,, GIVEN that
he undersigned, ,. ,,, ,"',
.'- under the flctflloSi n!
(he Niuitlhis Hotel at 182S Collins
*>><" Miami i, h, Intendi t.. ,'"-
Court of Dade County. Kl,,r-
NAITII.1S OPBRATINQ CO.
BURNETT Iti.TH A "'i"""a ,'"'"
Attorney for Applicant
J20 I.in '11 Road
I" 11-18-25 D/l
____NOTICE UNDER
V(,..f. CTITIOUS NAME LAW
NO! n I. is HfiRBBY GIVEN that
ini innerslgned, desli Ins to engage in
"nmiics. under the rictltlous nan.....f
i.eiie Beach Apt. Hotel at mil Lib-
ptj \ wnue. Miami Beach, intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Had.- r,uni-
ty, I-1.ii Ida.
BEATSICB C. ci nl.Kit
LBON A. BmM S'e UW""
Attorne) tor Applicant
420 Lincoln Road
i' u-ie-st, n/i
NOTICE UNOtrt
FICTITIOU8 NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HRRF:KY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictltlou- name .,!
A. A. i;,.human Bros, and A. A. C^iltz-
man l-.i-mhei at 911 N. K. TJth Street,
Miami int-n Is to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
K A STERN VAN LINES, INC.
KOVNKH MANNHOIKBR
Atto. neys for i:.isi. i n Van Lines, Inc.
10/4-11-18-25
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN that
tile lllllle: -lulled. desillliB to engS I
Oder 'he .i,.ii, t)ilin,. ,..
DEVT-LEA APARTMENTS at (855
Royal Palm Ave .Miami Bea. b, i la .
intend to register said m...... with
the Clerk ot liu Circuit Court of Dude
County. Florida.
.III.IIS BINCl 'I- F and
ELAINE BINCOFF his wife as
.in state by the entirety
IRVING C. SPEAR
Attorney for Applicants
-it Roger Bidg.
i'1 1 i -18-25, 11 I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATfc. No. 41&J1-A
in HE: F>lute of
SAK.lll l-i-M.IK'
I lee,-used.
NOTICE TO
Tn All Creditors
Claims or
CREDITORS
and Ail Persons _:
Demands Against
Balii Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
vulred to present an) claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the. .state .,i SARAH Mil.IK de-
ceased late oi Hade County, Florida,
o ill.- Ccsjnty Judges of Dade Comi-
ty, and file the same in their offices
In the County Courthouse In I all
County, l-iorida, within eight calen-
dar months from the date of th,
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred.
ROUKKT FICLIK
As Executor of said estate,
i MILTON A FIIIKHMAN, Atty.
ion Beybold Hldg.
1 Miami, Florida.
10/11-18-26. 11,1
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
_*'Jenist Ikricfiar
solicits your legal notices.
W appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates ..
Phone FR 4-4366
for messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKUKHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the flctltiou- name ,,f
THE TOY CHEST at 6Kn| Collins
Avenue. Miami Beach intends to reg.
tBter said name with the Clerk of the
Ci'cuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
MARK F\ L1PTON
flRAYSON & L1PTON
Attorneys for Applicant
940 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
10/4-11-IS-25
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
','[" I'-','',':'. '.""Ie" ,h- ''tltlons nai.....,f
l-\ EREADY BALES A- SERVICE al
'-'H ..th Street, Miami Beach Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
f the Circuit Court of Dade County.
H- rMa.
T.V. RENTAL AND DALES CORP.
,,._ Florida Corp.
HARRY A. GORDON
Attorney for Applicant
7t0 ?is> S'treet, Miami Beach
10/4-11-18-25
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 41653-A
In RF;: Eatate of
MARY PEARL FRENCH
I......aseil.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Dinianus Against Said
Eatate:
Vim are hereby notified and requlr.
e.i t present asy oleim .1 mi demands
which you ma\ have against the ea-
tate of MARY PEARL FRENCH de-
cease,! late of Dade County, Florida,
In til. County Judges ol Dade I oun-
ty, and file the same in their offices
in the County Coiiithou.se in Dads
County, Florida, within sight calen-
dar months f om th,- date of the flrsl
publlcatl ii hereof, ... the same will
be inn red.
ELIZABETH DOUGLAS, Executrix
A. c. LOWERY, Atty.
I89"i N.w. 81si Terrace
Miami i7. Florida,
10/4-1I-18-8I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engSSe In
businesi under the fictitious name of
Nu-Vue I'atio Shop at I8SM 8. Dixie
Highwav. Perrlne, F'la., Int-nds to
register said name with the clerk of
icuit Court of Dude County,
Florida.
HARRY RBCK80N
lo 11-18-8$, 11/1
NOTir.e liMnrp
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICR IS HRRERY GIVEN that
the underslened, desiring to em-ace In
business under the fictitious mime of
MAiHP CHEF at 3.301 N.W. 1.1th St.,
M'nml intends to register ald name
with the Clerk of t'-e Circuit Court of
Dade f-nnlv. FiorWn.
ACME PACKING COMPANY OF
F'ORIDA. INC. A Florida Corp.
8/17, 10/4-11.18
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTIPK IS HKRKRV GIVEN that
the undersigned, desirlnir to engage In
bimifwsa oni. r t i..i.|,..l. ,,,... of
I IIN I MATie-C-TVASH at 21 Shore-
land Bl"*"., i-iten-^w to re^Ntee iiM
name with the clerk of the Circuit
Court n* Tls^e Oonnfv l.1"H.lii
COINAMATIC-i-X'- \si' i-i JRP.
I lorida Corp.
S'DVEY EF"Rnvs-o\-
^ itnenei- for A'"*i'cnnt
f(4 s'l.'e'ind nidg.
10/11-18-15, 11 '!
? in- i
Ii
T^TJCE UNDER
.T\T.,0.y/?, NAME LAW
^ IhltKl'.y nlVEW that
"d desiring to engage In
."'; the flctlti,,,,, ame of
' I-.MI-: APARTMENTS
' "Jig Avenue. Miami Reach
||- 'fce
' t of Dade
V.h'ST:-:." '::
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the tin lei signed, desiring to engage in
bniness under the fictitious nani, of
CIS .< JACKS GR0CF:RY at 7<"S
N.W. 17th Avenue Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cn -
celt Court of Diuli' County. Florida.
GUSSIE CK.'II TM AN
JACK GFXHTMAN
KB88LER GARH
Attorneys for Applicants
loan B.W. 1st Street
10/11-18-25.11/1 _____
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICF: IH HFIKEHY CIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business uiidei the fictitious name of
Hold a Rest-iurant Upholstery at
l-M V"" 1>| Street intends to TPglS-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
t ircuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
DECOR AND BALES AIDS. INC.
A Florida Corp.
PALLOT, SIIAKR A- Mi'LLOY
W...T,,... (, <.nl|cants
701 Congress Bidg.
mi-ittp iindc-r
Ft/--r|-rlrM' MSMS A,,/
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the ..ndevs'-ned. des!'ln" to enuaue in
b. "news t,n^r 'he f'ellooq n'",e of
TH" LITTLE I'M'CAC.M.LO STORE
nr oi-,o 9ntT(.,in Aveniie. C'ornl 0-.hie.
pioi-dl-i intends to regl'er a'd name
,vlh P-e C'erk he Circuit Court of
Dade emn.w>s^.tumaull
Bt-nVFTT ROTH
\i.ovnev fo'- Annllcant
in l.lnco'n "oad
in/H-lS-25. ll'l ________
TH>
f; I IIR \ ME4HTF1R I 1
f V *in.l' hlswi
ll/l-
M'LMAN
wits
"' Miami Beach.
lfel/3
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
busmess under the flftltlous name of
Deoiratprs L'pholstery Service at l".o
li sir.et intends to n
said inline with the Clerk of the Clr-
.uii i'.en i of Dad* "ounty, Florida.
I il-X'l HI AM s \ LICS MI'S. IM '.
A Florida Corp,
PALLOT, SILVER a.- MULLOY
v npllcanta
7ni i; ildg.
U'/ll-l-2i. 11/1
IN THP C'RC'T rnuRT r.c
n F1/cNTH juDT.iL f'RCU'T nr
Finn'n\ IN Aws F^o D"DF
County "N r."NGERY No. 203858
JO- - MOTLKY
Pla'ntlff
vs.
ppp-n ji^ T.tot MOTLEY
pe'en^int.
NOT'C Rv P'lWI l"A'if)N
TO: rnrn ELLIOT VOTLEY
-c T'e^iste**-1 Place
Char'""e. v-s dr"""
Yin- mm: hbreht not'fibd
nnd reijii're.I to v a copy of yoiir
\e..-e, m :<..... -l-.o-n- .. .- '"
<>' Compla'ni for DIvt-e fl'ert against
v., bv JO-ANN moti.pv in 'he
Pw,.- .yleH rs"se. lino- JOSEPH W.
M4I.EK ,"'> Ll-coln Rood, Missal
Bepeh Florida, nd file the original
thereof in the office o' the Clerk
th- ah v stYled C nrt on or he-
o th 7th da- of NoVerrtber. lSt,
otherwise the allegations of said Bill
wttl he take" as .-"nfeised bv vnil.
I > \ '- -1 > this IWUh day of Septem-
ber. 1"""
E 1. I.*"\THER\fAN, Cleric,
Circuit Court, hiut folintv FlorLla.
(seal) By B. H wr-v. to
Deputy Clerk.
|A/4.11.i-*i
notice by publication
in the circuit court of the
eleventh jud clal circuit of
florida in and for dade
county, in chancery, no. ^05889
Hubert gaub
Plaintiff
vs.
.MARY HANLEY GAL'S
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: MAKY HANLEY HAL'S
.".27 Ahh .tt a \ anus
Kidgefield, New Jersey
You aie herab) nottfled that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
tileo ugainst you, and you are re.|uir-
ed to sates B oopy of your Answer or
Pleading to the I'.ill of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorney, STREET &
GREENFIELD and file the original
Answer or Pleading In the office of
the Clerk of the circuit Court on or
before the 30th day of October, IW7.
If you fall to do so, judgment by de-
fault will h,- taken against you for
th.- relief demanded In the Bill of
Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 30ih day of September,
A.D. 1957.
E. B. LBATHBRMAN, Clerk, i in
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida,
(seal) By L. A. CLEARS,
Deputy C.erk.
STREET & GREENFIELD
Attorneys for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
10/1-11-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, PLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 20602/
IN RE: APPLLICATION OF
I.Kt i.NA G. WITH l-.l'.S to
become a FREE 11EALER
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
FREE DEALER'S LICENSE
To: JAMES E WITHERS
Address Cnknown
I iol Known Address
333 N.B. 34th Street
Miami, Florida
NOTICE 18 HERESY GIVEN that
the undersigned LBONA O. WITH-
F:RS. will on the 7th day of November,
1987, at the hour of 1:11 A.M., or as
soon thereafter as counsel can be
beard, apply > Judge Marshall C.
WISEHEaRt In his Chambers at the
Baste County Court House, for a li-
cense to manage, take charge of and
control her property, and to become
a Free Healer In evert rsneo1
i.Eova Q WITHERS
BERN m:m B, .WBK8LER
Attorney for Petitioner
3"0 Industrial National Hank Bids.
Miami, r'.orida.
Ill 11-18.
____________________----- -
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT!
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 41455-A
In RE: Estate of
EDNA ETHEL
I leces aed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Ci.di'ois and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims OT Demands Against Saidi
Estate:
\o. are hereby notified and requlr*
ed to present any claims and demands]
"i ma) have against the i a-
tate ot E3DNA KI'BEL .1.....used late
ol bad County, Florida, to the Coun-
ty Judges 111. lame ill their offices ill the .
iv Courthouse In Dads County, Plor
Ida srlthln eight calendar months
from tn.- date of tie- first publical on
hereof, or the same wilt be be
ALICE SINGER, Executrix
GEORGE CHBRBN, Atty. '
07 il> mpla Hldg. '
Miami 38, Florida. !
10/4-11-18-Zf
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
LEGS UNLIMITED at 3M NortheSjst
7".th Street. Miami, Florida intend to
with the Clerk Of
of Dade County,
Florida, this 12>tb,
reiiister said name
the Circuit Court
Florida.
DATED at Mlam
day of July, 1H.7.
SAUL HERMAN
LOU BBRMAN
Partners,
DANIEL NEAL HELLER
Attorn. \- for Applicants
9/27, 10/4-11.18
MA-rtrcr mno^R
Flr*T|T'flio sis*t i SUM
v,,-.-.,-.- |s, mk"I'".V HIVKV iat
.1... ..nderslrned. destrlm; to engage in
is n irrih of
, -|o is-V'-V. O. II, O-.-l- ;,, 1|
Drlee. Ml''d Heaeh. Fla.. Int, i
reels'er ssId name \ tho circuit court of Dane County,
Florida.
i' iv vrd NEWMAN
RTRUDE NEWMAN
9/27,10/4-11.18
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD ClAL C'RCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 2O51.20
LEAH HOFFMAN
Plaintiff
vs.
MICHAEL HOFFMAN
I lelendaiit.
NOT Ci BY PUBLICATION
TO: MICHAEL HOFFMAN
I ,''.; U -, ; h Street
Brooklyn, New York
YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to
eervi i < .'.' of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Plaintiffs Complaint for
Divorce on the Plaintiff's Attorneys,
i IENET A GENET, r o Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach It, Florida, and file the
o Iglnaj Answer in the OfMoaof the
u t .. Cll cull i '..mi on or be-
fore Novemo r '<, 19.17. otherwise the
Coietdalnt will be taken as confessed
l.y you.
DA I i:i> this 30th day of Septem-
ber, 1857.
I-: B. LBATHBRMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Coun, Dade County, Florida,
(seal) By L. A. CLEARS,
Deputy Clerk.
10/4-11-1S-25
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C.RCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 2055/5
JOSE A. NOGL'EROLA
Plaintiff
vs.
ESTER NOGL'EROLA
I 1, ii.lain
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
YOU, B8TER XOGUEROLA, 7r<-47
? II EN OAKS NEW YORK, an i -
i ,-.i to file rout answei to (he Com-
plaint for Di\ < i.e. oi the above, Court
and serve a copj thereof upon GINO
P. NEORI3TTI, Al tome; : 109 Pacific
Build n-. Mi., nl, PI rids, on or before
October '-".. I"".; oi else complaint wdl
. I,
l late I, -
E. B. !.!: Vi'CKM \N. clerk
, nit Court.
L. A. CLEARS, I leputy Clerk.
9/27, 10/4-11.18
NOTICE UNDER
FCTITIOUS NAME LAW '
NOTICE IS HEREBY iltVHN that
ill,- ii ii Isrslgned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
KLAGLER SUNDRIES al 2811 West
Flagler Street, Miami, ftlorlds intend
to peg aster sand name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Hade County,
Florida.
AARON AL PERDMUTTER
Partner
BERNARD PBRLMUTTER
i'. Partner
GOLDM \\ A GOLDHTEIN
Aliornevs for H.cistains
Flagler sue. t
Miami, Florida
i" i8-rJ>, u/i-8
ATTENTION ATTORNEYS!
CORPORATION OUTFITS
Lowest Prices Quickest Delivery
in South Florida
Call the JEWISH FLORIDIAN at
FR4-436G
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ll
By SAM MILLER
JTA
Cologne
In the modern office building
erected here by the Israel Purchas-
ing Mission two score Israel officals
gathered recently at a "neshef," a
birthday fete marking the fifith
anniversary of a memorable event
without which there would in all
likelihood be no Israel representa-
tion in Germany.
A somewhat taut and stilted at-
mosphere reigned in Lurembourg's
City Hall on Sept. 10, 1952. In a
ten-minute ceremony, Moshe Shar
ett as well as Dr. Giora Josephtal
and Dr. F. E. Shinnar on behalf
of Israel, Dr Nahum Goldmann for
the Conference on Jewish Material
Claims Against Germany and Chan-
cellor Konrad Adenauer for the
Federal Republic affixed their sis;
natures to an agreement which, in
117 articles and various annexes,
pledged West Germany to furnish
merchandise deliveries in the value
of $822,000.00 to the Jewish State
by 1966 at the latest.
fnds rofalinq $107,000,000 to the
Claims Confaranct, an organiia-
tion of the major Jewish bodies
in the frta world outside Israel.
In July of 1953. the first repara-
tions cargoes destined for the Jew-
ish State left Germany. In the 51
months that have elapsed since the
initial shipments, a full million tons
of goods worth S336.000.000 fol-
lowed. When contracts signed but
not yet delivered are also taken in-
to account, just about half of the
$822,000,000 will have been com-
mitted.
To quota the words of the pre-
amble to the agreement, that
amount was being m*d available
as a collective indemnity in view
of the "unspeakable criminal acts
perpetrated against the Jewish
people during the National So-
cialist regime of terror." In the
main, Israel was thereby to be
reimbursed for some of the
heavy burden assumed in reset-
tling destitute Jewish refugees
uprooted by Hitler. Out of the
over-all sum, it was to transfer
German reparations account for
nearly a fifth of Israel imports ever
since 1954. This substantial influx
of commodities, which require
; hardly am outlay of foreign cur-
rency, has been of obvious and far-
reaching benefit for the country's
! lop-sided balance of payments. Of
ynatest importance over the long
run is the fact that close to two
thirds of the reparations consists
of long range investment goods that
provide the keystone of the coun-
try's ambitious five-year develop-
ment plan.
The hundreds of boatloads of
' reparations merchandise have
helped to prime the pump of Is-
rael's economy. Most spectacular,
perhaps, is the contrbution of
German shipyards, which have to
date delivered 20 vessels with an
overall displacement exceeding
100,000 tons.
Every sector of Israel's industrial
and agricultural life has been fruc-
Israel Security Considerations
Viewed as Egyptians Land
Continued from Page 1 A -,l! the position of arbiter and
without co-m:,ent. Th,< ^,i","r **?**<*" *J* ".
, .;. ,,., th. |n ...-.rveen.ed to he moving toward
weeks Moscow has been quick to ''^T "" move '" Syr,a
n> Middle East develop- >' '--re his
ted here that even pos,tioB' "l kast ,n s>Tla-
if the Egyptian move did not re-! Other reports from Arab capi- i
the advance blessings of the tals indicate that the Kgvptian-Syr- !"" f,ermany ls Mrijr bursting at
Moscon i- like!) to mak< '" agreement had far-reaching ef- he sednVi Wlth prosperity, the al-
fects beyond the stationing of iSo"^",^',e1ach 2* bet'n Cl" <"
- in Syria. Naaatr reportedly! '' ,lle r"ck-ttom mini-
wranuled a Svrian agreement to T.T conceded b>' a" "cape clause
accept a considerable number of | of ,ne a8r^ment. Aside from this,
tified by goods procured with re-
I parations funds. From cows to tele-
' type machines, from industrial
' chemicals to machine tools and
'electronic devices, reparations de-
liveries cover an exceedingly wide
range. Israel's telephone network
has been modernized with German
igear. her railroad system brought
, up to date with German installa-
tion> and diesel trains. German wa-
ter pipes are making the Negev
bloom by tripling the artificially ir-
rigated area. The prrniurtion ef
electric power will he doubled in
: 1960. thanks to generating equip-
ment procured in part with the aid
of the American Import-Export
Bank loan and in part under the
provisions of the reparations pact.
From petroleum to potash and
iron ore. Israel's natural resources
are being explored and exploited
with German excavating machines,
oil drills and the like. At Timna
in the Negev, where King Solo-
mon's mines flourished three mil-
lennia ago, the copper-smelting
plant that will begin to operate
early next year is equipped with
machinery constructed on order in
the Federal Republic. German
pharmaceuticals help Israel doc-
tors, druggists and hospitals cure
the sick.
In the fall of 1954, the first
machine with a "made in Ger-
many" stamp was uncrated in a
Haifa Bay factory. In the mean-
time, 1,500 industrial enterprises
have purchased from the Israel
Government raw materials, semi-
finished goods or machines deliv-
ered under the reparations pact.
Machinery and industrial equip-
ment worth $35,000,000 have been
set up in altogether 725 plants,
enabling them to boost their out-
put by a third, to employ addi-
tional manpower and to sell more
of their products abroad.
The picture revealed by a look
at the record of the first five yean
ll thu-, on the whole, a gratifying!
one. True, the normal level of an-
i.ual reparations stipulated in the
Luxembourg Agreement, namely
S73.80o.000. has never been made
available, instead, and at a time
full use of it in its curcnt cam-
D .gainst Turkey.
With Syria emerging as the So-
viet Union'i favorite in the Middle
East, with King Saud arrogating to E>'Ptlan Peasants to settle in uo- "" gruun;lN f,,r complaint have
derdeveloped Syrian treat, such a\rcontrary, the Bonn
move would be interpreted here : t'"vernmel" has set an example for
..~ more of a step toward genuine ,?" '"l'"lrit's in the firmness
Syrian-Egyptian merger than all uh has ejected the in-
the pronouncements, treaties and ccs>ant Arau attempts to employ
alliances which have already been pr,'7ure Propaganda and blackmail
tor bringing about a suspension of
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Emanuel-EI Youth Dance
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under the direction of Irving K.,;,
Ian, will hold a dance at the Delano
hotel Sunday evening. The dance is
open to all senior high school stu-
dent! and will be informal.
reparations deliveries.
The reparations agreement pre
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tcrihea that the German
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Republic shall endeavor to dis-
charge its obligations within the
shortest possible period. If Bonn
lives up to this proviso at least to
the extent of appropriating the nor
mal annual amount stipulated in
the agreement, reparations would
be completed in 1904. Aasuming,
however, that Germany persists in
its present practice of furnishing
only the contractual minimum, it
will take until the middle of 1966
before commodities with the agreed
value ef SSIMte.OOO have been
supplied.
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...SflCIALIIE
Dr. Benjamin Rosenberg, who's been sailing
along as the dynamic executive director of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation for the past few
years, was given a rousing send-off at a Bon Voyage
luncheon last week Gathering in the Bamboo
room of the Roney Plaza, members of his profes-
sional staff wished him "Good luck and safe rc-
Jir his Israeli trip Ben, one of two execs in the entire
Btates chosen by UJA to be a consultant with the Overseas
li- -ion. left last Tuesday to tour Israel and confer with govern-
licials.

and Mrs. William Spielberg, of Coral Gables, are returning
Jter a musically magnificent summer spent at their Peekskill
. The Spielbergs held their own miniature music festival.
vhich the works of Bach, Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven were
Jver the spacious grounds Both the Spielbergs (he's first
with the UM Symphony Orchestra) participated in the cham-
fcic groups, which included a violin recital by the noted Michael
F.. Proceeds were for the benefit of the music schools of Israeli
im Beit Alfa, Haftzibah and Tel Amal Spielberg winter
jiclude the organization of a chamber music club for amateurs
|hith should fill one of Miami's many musical needs.
|d speaking of music, lifetime members of the Opera Guild
Mrs. Leo Robinson have a "goodwill for the Guild" cocktail
the social calendar for Oct. 27 Guests at their 4440 Pine-
home will include Japanese soprano Medsa Osako Brummette
j'h America-born Italian soprano Gladis Romrey Tenor
Gorin will also be present, with the lower register being ably
|nted by Miami baritone Robert Medares.
Girl in the Grey Flannel Suit, top publicist Helen Baum, who
|a Madison Avenue dash to Miami Beach public relations, has
er new book "The Name Droppers" Sounds like a good title
tciiil column, too.
and Mrs. Morris Goodman's New Year greetings came wing-
Ithe way from the Shelbourne hotelin Dublin Back from
ork are Mr. and Mrs. M. David Weinstein, of 923 Andres ave.,
they attended the wedding of daughter Winnifred to Eugene b!
koff, SOD of the Benjamin Skolmikoffs of Mt. Vernon Future
hll probably take the VVeinsteins to Washington, D.C., where
vlywcds will live ...
raveling" Ruth Brotman, who's been away much too long, has
^(1 Montreal for Huntington Woods, Mich____Next stop, friends
happy to hear, will be home to Miami Beach When?
. 13 was a Sunday to celebrate for Mr. and Mrs. Msrrll C.rnoff.
Royal Palm ave. ... The Granoffs were honored guests at a
i at the Algiers for their Golden Weddmg anniversary Kor-
iw Haven, Conn., residents, they moved here 12 years ago .
lint three children and seven grandchildren their ten happiest
pde to-be Diane Rubenstein, who will wed Stanley Tesler of
Mile, N.C.. on Nov. 23, was feted at a pre-nuptial shower and
an Oct. 12 at the Algiers Hostess was Mrs. M. M. Cohen,
elcomed Diane's mother, Mrs. William Rubenstein, sister Bonnie,
lece Bunny Mechlowitz Also present were Stanley's grand-
ly. Mrs. A. Tesler, and his cousins Janet Block and Carol Marks
Hie (Mrs. Irving) Lehrman, Hazel (Mrs. Irving) Cypen, Mrs. Jos-
nyder, Mrs. Arthur Frischman and Mrs. Morris Lefkowiti were
the guests Also Mrs. Henry Young, Bari-Lynn Young, Mrs
Wdman, Mrs. Sherman Kaplan, Mrs. Nathan Seigel, Mrs. Mel
fr, and the hostess' two moppets, Benita and Rebecca.
rs. Freda Newman popped up to New York recently to visit her
photographer son Arnold Arnold has a date in Rome to
graph the Vatican and the Pope .
fome on furlough from Fort Bragg, N.C., lately was Bob Goldberg
t>b, who is with the Office of Information for the 18th Airborne
and Fort Bragg, had no advance tips on the surprise birthday
[thrown for him at his own home, 3900 Meridian ave., last Oct. 8
Sharing the spotlight with him was his frequent date. Hibiscus
11 Carol Ann Parness Not bad at photography himself, Bob
*ly won first prize in both black-and-white and color slide divV
Of the professional class in the annual contest at Fort Bragg .
?re-service activities here included the Greater Miami Photo-
foc Society and the Photographic Society of America.
Lynn Schulberg, widow of Hollywood's great directornrnducor
ISchulberg, was in briefly from Sarasota, catching up with friends
The Southern Wine and Spirits Company reception and dinner
ome 125 guests and members last Oct. 12 at the Algiers owed
1 of its loveliness to planner and arranger L. W. Gorfine .
Leonora (Mrs. Sailing) Baruch, who had decided to stay at her San
pi" Island home this year, can be found in New York at the Fifth
|apartment of Nancy and Robert Z. Greene, of Pinetree dr.
|Spied at the Eden Roc were back-from-Europe Polly and Baron de
th Meyer, Polly with a new "e'est la vie" Paris coiffure Dor-
! nd Henry Dubbins were hosts to Lawrence and Barbara Sapero,
phy a stunner in a Paris-fresh Dior original.
[Sue Tohrner, of Rivo Alto Island, doesn't believe things happen
Vee'sonly in two's Sue was visiting her daughter out in
|*r, Col., when she fell in the bath tub and sprained her back .
i she closed the car door on her hand and broke one of her fingers
put she had a good time, anyway She's back now and staying
"I her mother, Mrs. Bella Kugelman, at the Roney Plaza, before both
f back onto the Island.
|I< was goodbye (reluctantly) to Inez Jecobson and Natalie "Chic-
1 Taylor Oct. 12 at an Algiers brunch Inez and Chickie, who
leaving to make their home in New York, were wished farewell by
pomerance, Ruth Wallace, Gertrud Haas, Hatti Bard and Jane
r"**" Also present, with presents so they'd remember to come
f. were Rom Harris, Mabel Radin, Nettie Goldstein, Marion Rabin-
*h, Rot Ginsberg, Gertrude Fishman and Roslyn Kupleberg.
*. 1/7<
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"World
nUeuastUBforidGun
Miami, Florida, Friday, October 18, 1957
Section B
Mrs. Louis Schenker receives certificate for
$5,000 contribution to Hadassah Medical Cen-
ter at Jerusalem made by Mrs. Schenker and
her husband. Making presentation is Mrs.
Sigmund Rostler, Medical Center coordinator,
at Miami Beach chapter of Hadassah capsule
conference in Algiers hotel Oct. 7. Looking
on (left to right) ars Mrs. Rose Garth, Mrs.
Joseph Shapiro, chapter president, and Mrs.
Harold Melnick, executive vice president.
Prizes lor Originality
The Perfect Circle of Temple
Km.urn ki will hold a costume
party and dinner dance Saturday
evening, Oct. 26 in the Surf room
of the Roney Plaza hotel, according
to Leon Sirkin. president. Prizes
will be awarded for the most orig-
inal costumes.
South Florida ORT
To Hear President
Southeast Florida region of Wo-
men's American ORT will hold an
inter-chapter membership luncheon
at the Algiers hotel Tuesday noon,
Oct. 29.
Mrs. Samuel Avrach is chairman
of the affair, who announced that
prospective members will be guests
at the luncheon.
Scheduled as guest speaker is
Mrs. Victor Segal, national pres-
ident of Women's American ORT,
who will arrive here immediately
following the !4th biennial ORT
convention in Chicago. Mrs. Segal
will discuss her recent trip to
ORT installations abroad.
The program will also include an
adaptation of "My Fair Lady," by
Mrs. Josepn snerbill. with the lo-
cale set in a Paris ORT school.
In the cast are Mrs. Joseph Wil-
kes, Mrs. Howard Dunn, Mrs. Med-
win Benjamin and Mrs. Leon Zeit-
zew.
Mrs. Perlmutter Named Israel Bond
Women's Division Director Here
Mrs. Ruth Ann (Nathan) Perl-
mutter, PhD candidate at the grad-
uate faculty of the New School for
Social Research, majoring in soci-
ology and psychology, has been ap-
pointed director of the women's
division. State of Israel Bonds, in
the Greater Miami area, Sidney
Glazier, city manager, announced
Wednesday.
Mrs. Perlmutter did graduate
work at Wayne University, Detroit,
Mich., towards her Masters degree
AIRS. NATHAN PtKLMUJTU
and has a BA in psychology, from
the University of Denver.
For the past ten years, Mrs.
Perlmutter has been actively in-
volved in Jewish community life
and has traveled throughout the
United States extensively.
She is a member of Hadassah,
B'nai B'rith, League of Women Vo-
ters. American Assn. of University
Women, honorary sociology society
Alpha Kappa Delta, and honorary
social science society Pi Gamma
Mu.
Mrs. Perlmutter has lectured pro-
fessionally on human relations
topics for the Anti-Defamation Lea-
gue in Detroit and Denver. She
has published articles in news-
papers and magazines. Her special
academic interests are in the field
of social psychology.
She is married to Nathan Perl-
mutter, director of the Anti-Defa-
mation League of B'nai B'rith. State
of Florida, and they have two chil-
dren. Nina, 10. and Dean, 7. The
Perlmulters have beer residents of
Florida for the past year and a half.
Membership Tea Due
North Shore Jewish Center Sis-
terhood will hold a mernber-brin>-
a-membcr dessert tea Wednesday
noon at the home of Mrs. Max
Krauss. 6400 Allison rd.. Allison Is-
land. Chairman is Mrs. B. Laibson.



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fJenisi! flcricflan
Junior Auxiliary to Mark
First Anniversary Oct. 29
Junior Auxiliary of the Jewish
Home for the Aged will mark Its
first anniversar] Tuesday, Ocl 2'.i.
2 i> in al tin home of Mrs <.
Stein, Mid w Broadview dr, Baj
rlarlx r Islands,
The affair will In' in (he form
"i .i membership tea. The auxil-
iary began ;< year ago under the
SilverDian
aiid Mrs, I.ou (die
Sugarine is fops
Among Sweeteners
Academy Women
Meet Wednesday
A general meeting of the Hebrew
Academy Women will take place
Wednesday noon al the Crown ho-
ld Mr- Benjamin Afepel will pre-
aide.
Mn Be;i.|am!n Kornreirh, rum-
( nairman, will reveal arrange-
ments made lor the annual ruin-
-,i!.- to lie held at Stevens
market Nov. 26.
Plan- for the forthcoming mem-
bership tea. to lake place Wednes-
day, Dee. 18. will he discussed. Mrs
Appel will introduce membership
chairman Mrs, Moswnosnihuuse
and co-chairmen Mesdames David
Doctor (,r'""' ">m;|n Sandier and Isidore
local Gifts Announced wen ave, Mj
Announced thi.s week were gifts 'S'TX^ l*h*S\
by William Friedman. 1087 SW | Children's So^ lo'k(3[
MRS. WILLIAM HARRIS
Ner Tamid Ladies
Meet Wednesday
Airs. William .1 Harris will open
her home at 1316 Biscayn dr.. Wed-
nesday, 1 p.m.
Invited are members nf Temple
N< i Tamid Sisterhood to bring
prospective members to the coffee
all,or.
v. arching the waistline?
told you to lose weight? Dicxman.
l-i either case, your lob is going Rahbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
to he er, thanks in a pro- cipal of the Academy, will he guest
-peaker. Mrs. Henry Wernick and
Mrs. Irving lirlel. program co-
chairmen, will present a -kit. "Void
duel called "Sugarine."
Sugarine : 'In- best known of all
calorie-tree liquid sweeteners
From coast to coast if- rapidly be-
coming a familiar si i on the din-
ing table-- of homes and restaurants
and in kitchens.
Unlike most heat-producing,
calorie-laden sweetening agents,
Sugarine keeps you cool, can't
add even one small ounce to the
waistline. Its flavor is light and
bright, not heavy or syrupy.
if Detached
In charge of arrangements is
vice president Mrs. Alan Acker.
Assisting are Mesdames Yvette
Silberger, Esther Beinhorn, Jos-
eph Steinberger, Charles Raab
and Adolph Greenbaum.
Program chairman is Mrs. Frank
i who has arranged for the
i Mr- Jack Donner-
isicale, Mrs. Sam Sklar
i- Sisterhood president.
Kislsch Canter to Launch
Adult Institute Sunday

h iled to
--ion. meeting from
a.m., will cover ..
History oi Hebrew
e conducted by
Mrs. 'Ih, \ ,:it.r pri
"I and member
sit) ol Miami |.|.
ty.
The second session, meetin"
' 3" P.m.. will be a
"Elementary Hebrew."
i Leo II.-mi.
are under the di-
rt oi the Bur.
u Education.
It dis-olves instantly in liquids.
SO there's no problem of undis-
solved wastes on the bottom of
cups in- glasses, A mere three
drops sweeten coffee or tea. The
popular, four ounce bottle contains
sufficient sweetening power for
more than TOO cup- ,,| coffee or lea
And if- ,i true delight, too. in
the kitchen Use it wherever
neSI alone is required. Custards,
sherbets cereals, puddings, all can
be made, deliclously so, with Su-
All oceis of the Miami
rine Reach lor it in
the sugar and ,-.,,,, nexl
,u, tdutt "mi> v"u shoPST.
star) Sun-
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"I Dade ( oonty wishes to donate |
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may do so by indicating (,n his I
pledge card. The giver can also
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certain agency.
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+Jewis) ficria/ian
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...ned composer Irving Berlin and wife, Ellen, are wel-
ed by Mrs. Jennie Grossinger (right) at her resort in Cat-
m, New York. Mrs. Grossinger is Jewish community leader
Kami and resides on Pine Tree dr.

MRS. CARMEN KOSS
lizens Committee
Aged Formed
Inanity took a giant step this
with a first-time citizens
}ittee tor the aging, launch-
seven states.
ns are to form linked day
^rs and employment centers
elderly folk through Florida,
a. North and South Caro-
Maryland, Virginia and
iington, D.C.
hese seven areas comprise
rict 5, B'mi B'rith. Chair-
of the pioneer project is
rhatl Sossin, Miami Beach,
Mr of the Blackstone Retire-
it hotel. Co-chairman is A. B.
Pplin, former national direc-
of B'nai B'rith'* service corn-
tee for Armed Forces and
rans.
kssin, former president of Mi-
I Beach lodge, B'nai B'rith, and
ciate of the Canadian Council
Christians and Jews, is a mem-
of the Gerontological Society
eaders in the field of aging. He
named committee head by E.
Mrs. Ross Named
Nursing Director
Announcement of the appoint-
ment of Mrs. Carmen Ross as di-
rector of nursing and nursing edu-
cation at Mt. Sinai Hospital has
been made by Max Orovitz, pres-
ident of the hospital.
Mrs. Ross has been director of
Mt. Sinai Hospital's School of
Practical Nursing since 1953. Un-
der Mrs. Ross' direction, the
school has almost tripled its en-
rollment and has gained national
recognition.
The school is the only one in
this area nationally accredited
by the National Assn. for Practi-
cal Nurse Education, Florida
State Board of Nursing, and the
Veterans Administration.
Mrs. Ross received her BS de-
gree in nursing education from
Adelphi College and her MA de-
gree from Columbia University.
Prior to her affiliation with Mt.
Sinai Hospital, Mrs. Ross served as
nursing education consultant and
public health coordinator with the
Tuberculosis and Health Assn.,
and acted as advisor to approxi-
mately 50 schools of nursing and
hospitals in the Greater New York
area.
Locally, Mrs. Ross taught in
the graduate and undergraduate
professional nurse pregram at
Jackson Memorial Hospital, Uni-
versity of Miami and Barry Col-
lege.
Author of many articles on nur-
sing, which have been published
in leading nursing and other pro-
fessional journals, Mrs. Ross was
also a consultant and served on
many committees for the National
League of Nursing. Mrs. Ross has
been chairman of the Educational
Administrators, Consultants and
Teachers Section, District 28, Flor-
ida Nurses' Assn. for the past two
years.
Albert Pallot, District 5 president.
The committee's work opens
next week, Pallot said, with a
seven-state census of oldsters'
needs.
State B'nai B'rith chairmen in-
clude Isaac Levin of Miami.
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'Most of Them Were Nice to Us'
A Miami pirl recently hack
from a tour oi I-rat; I believes that
former Americans turned Israelis
are the coolest of all Jewish State
Citizens to visitors from abroad.
She is Sandy Cotzin, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Cotzin,
2542 SW 26th st., Miami, who left
for Israel late in June as part of
a B'nai B'rith Youth Organization
tour arranged through the Jewish
Agency.
The 17-year-old Miami High
student was in Israel until Aug.
25, where she worked 10 days
in the Moledeth B'nai B'rith
Settlement, attended orienta-
tion sessions and did a lot of
sightseeing.
"We loft New York via El Al
July 7," Sandy explained, "stop-
ped over in Paris for three days,
and arrived in Israel July 12."
Her work at the settlement was
principally the back-breaking va-
rietyfor a city girlof picking
carrots, grapes and onions in the
fields.
"One of the highlights of the
tour," she told The Jewish Flor-
idian, "was an address to a
youth rally by Prime Minister
SANDY COTIIN
. ."no discrimination"
Ben Gurion. He said that Israel
wants American youth not
American money."
This approach, according to
Sandy, seemed to set the tone for
the attitude of many Israel
ward foreign Jews particularly
Jews from the U.S.
"At an evaluation session of oar
tour in Jerusalem, we found our-
selves in the position of having
to prove that American men and
women are not really bad. But
the Israelis generally seemed to
feel that we're not strong enough
to live Uwk kind of pioneering
life." #
While this position could be
' argued pro or con, Sandy said
that former Americans took an
even more adamant view. "They
were actually condescending to
ustold us they had given up a
lot to become Israelis and to
live on a kibbutz, while we
didn't seem prepared to make
anything close to such sacri-
fices."
On the whole, Sandy declared,
the youth group was treated with
warmth.
Perhaps the most wonderful ex-
perience Sandy recalled was the
treatment accorded Israel's dark-
skinned Jews by the white. "For
me, as a Southerner, this w..- a
revelation. I found no discrimina-
tion whatsoever," she said.
Mrs. Sossin Will Host Meeting
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(Asomen in the c/Vcws J odaxf
Florence Pick to Chair
Symphony Club Week
MRS. HOKfNCt PICK
Dedication <>( the Albert Tick
Music Library will be the highlight
of the nfili annual observance of
Symphony Week, scheduled from
Oct, 20 i 26, preceding thi
tng ol the University ol Miami's
31-t winter symphony concert

Sponsi red by the Symphony Club
of the University ol Miami. Flor-
ence fMrs. Albert) Pick will serve
neral chairm.ui ol the observ-
ance.
The week will he studded with
special event for Symphony Club
en ers and conceit subscribers.
Novaes -- Poet of Keyboard -- Had Talent
To Spare When She Arrived in Paris
"If there is any greater poet of
the keyboard than Guiomar Novaes
J have yet to hear him or her.''
That is the reaction of Louis Bi-
ancilli. of the New York World
Telegram.
Mme. Novaes will be heard here
with the University of Miami Sym-
phony Orchestra Oct. 27 and 28. No
child of enormous talent. She be-
gan piano study at five. The Bra-
zilian Government became inter-
ested, and following the death of
her father, sent her to study at
the famous Paris Conservatory.
When she arrived, the shy girl
from Brazil found there were al-
ready 387 candidates for only 12
:^",=.--: s nSCTSUK?
received greater tributes from the
press, or more love from devoted
audiences that follow her perform-
ances and recordings, than thi- self-
effacing modest pianist who has
won such a unique place for herself
in the world of music,
One of the truly great pianists
of our time, Mme. Novaes was
recognized at an early age as a
But Novaes won first place for
admittanceand the judges were
Debussy. Faure and Moskowski.
After studying for two years with
Isidor Philipp. she was awarded
I he coveted First Prize of the Con
servatory.
From then on, one brilliant
success followed another. She
appeared in recitals and as solo-
ist with the major symphony or-
chestras of Europe. Then came
her overwhelming triumphs in
the United States where she has
made annual concert tours before
countless thousands.
Her recordings have been ac-
claimed throughout the world.
Press reviews everywhere have
sung her praises.
On Novaes' tours which have
taken her to major centers in the
I'nited States. Canada. South Amer-
ica and Europe, there have been
the same ecstatic reactions, typified
by the comment by the Christian'
Science Monitor. "A masterful pi-
anist. Her playing places her 'a lit-
lie lower than the angels'-a minor
reservation indeed."
The week's calendar will include:
Monday and Tuesday, Oct. 21 and
22 Showing of Symphony Fash-
ions during lunch in tea rooms of
Burdine's ami Jordan Marsh.
Wednesday' Oct. 23 Dedication
of Albert Pick Music Library. I'ni-
versity of Miami campus. Unveil-
ing Of Albert Tick liron/e bu-t at
3 p.m. Tea following at 4 p.m. in
new music library building.
Thursday, Oct. 2411 a.m. cof-
fee at home of Mrs. Louis Gold-
man, 6501 Granada blvd., Coral
Gables. Objective: adding to
music library. Guests will be
asked to bring records, or a do-
nation for records and scores.
Friday. Oct. 2511 am Musical
| preview. Miami Woman's Club, hon-
oring season's opening guest con-
ductor. Arthur Fiedler, and Mrs.
Fiedler. Informal buffet luncheon
follows.
Saturday. Oct. 268:30 p.m. Re-
ception at Roney Plaza gardens
honoring Guiomar Novaes. guest
arti-t. Arthur Fiedler, guest con-
ductor, and Mrs. Fiedler. Hosts:
Mr. and Mrs. J. Myer Schine. G.
David Schine. the University of Mi-
ami and the Symphony Club.
Sunday. Ocl. 278:30 p.m. Open-
ing concert, Miami Beach auditor-
ium.
Monday. Oct. 288:30 p.m. Re-
peat concert at Dade County audi-
torium.
HIS. USSl KRANZ
Jr. Hadassah to
Open Season
Fall season will open for the Mi-
ami Beach Unit of Junior Hadassah
at a "coke-tail party" Sunday eve-
ning in the Balboa room of the San
Marino hotel.
A playlet. "The Junior Hadassah
Hit Parade." will be presented be-
fore the unit's members and
friends. Invited are young wo-
men between the ages of 18 and 25.
Membership chairman Miss Mil-
dred Sendel is in charge of the af-
fair.
Dentists, Wives Hold forth
On Judaism at Algiers
Over 100 members and guests
of Greater Miami Alumni chapter
of Alpha Omega dental fraternity
and its auxiliary, were to meet
Thursday evening in the Algiers
hotel.
Dr. Joseph R. Narot, of Temple
Israel, was to be guest speaker at
the fraternity's annual meeting on
Judaism.
President of the chapter is Dr.
Alfred Augustine, and Mrs Donna
Litowitz is president of the aux-
iliary.
MM. U0 ACKERMAN
Mrs. Ackerman
Off to N.Y. Meet
Mrs. Leo Ackerman. honorary
president of Jewish Family Service,
member agency of the United
Fund, leaves Miami Friday to at-
tend two important national com-
mittee meetings of the Family Ser-
vice Assn. of America.
The association, of which Jewish
Family Service is a member agen-
cy, is the national organization re-
Division Sends
Box Overseas
Mrs. Bernard Selevan. ship-a-box
rhi.,rr*n f ,he B*y division.
Greater Miami Section, National
Council of Jewish Women, has an-
nounced shipping of the divisions
Vi. ,0 a Rroup of kindergarten
children in Morocco.
The box, containing new cloth-
ing was made possible through
fund, raised .t a card party held
By the division last summer.
The Bay Division is cooperating
whirhUnCliS ,shiPabox Program
Which sends boxes to children o
a" ages in I>rael, Morocco, and
U of M Prof, to Speak
At Flagler Center Tuesday
Dr. Alma Williams David, of the
I Diversity of Miami, will speak at
a meeting of the PTA of Flagler-
Granada Jewish Community Cen-
ter Tuesday evening.
This will be the second in a
series of talks attended by teach-
ers and parents of the Center's
pre-school group.
Dr. David is a graduate of Col-
umbia University, where she re-
ceived the Masters and Doctors de-
grees. She is a member of the
National Toy Guidance Council
and a noted authority on elemen-
tary education.
Miami Leaders Due
At ORT Convention
Women's American ORT opens
its 14th biennial convention Mon-
day at Chicago's Hotel Morrison.
Representing the Southeastern
Florida region will be Mm. Irving
Sussman, president and Mrs. Nor-
man Rothstein, vice president.
From the Greater Miami chap-
ter, Mrs. Irving Tillis, president;
Miami Beach Afternoon chapter,
Mrs. William Greenside, Tel Aviv
chairman; North Dade chapter,
Mrs. Howard Dunn, vie* presi-
dent. Coral Gables chapter, Mrs.
Ro*o A. Meyers, directory chair-
man.
ORT contributes substantially to-
ward building, equipping and main-
taining ORTs global network of
schools. Women's American ORT
also provides food, clothing and
recreational subsidies, scholarships
for promising ORT graduates, and
medical facilities, particularly vital
for students from the disease-rid-
den mellahs of North Africa.
A recent project of the organiza-
tion is the Tel Aviv Center, a com-
prehensive modern vocational
training center, part of which will
be completed to coincide with Is-
rael's 10th anniversary celebration.
In accordance with its tradition
of adapting itself to current needs.
ORT has embarked on extensive
programs in North Africa and Is-
rael, as well as in Europe, where
the influx of Hungarian and Egypt-
ian refugees has put a severe strain
on existing ORT facilities.
Fridc
fa Km
"omen's ft
WASHINGTON J!
Her appointment to.
' Mrs. Arthur?!
Chicago, was announcBu!
gan.zat.on's 135.000 ^1
Mrs- Hy Kornbleet, Z
B na. B'nth Women.
Mrs. Ktsh, ,||
duties s.mult.^,, 3
J-tnsftr of B'luii^T1
headquarter, fronl c^
Washington. Th n*?1
nd her stiff j|| ^.
the B'nai B'rith bid, 3
opened last week in '%T
capital.
For the past 12 years J
was assistant division dwJ
advisor on intergroup aal
relations to the Girl Set
assignments included 11
scouting in Israel, wherei_
effect the membership jfl
girl scouts in the
scout movement. Why,;
she also undertook a RaM
formal and after-schoole4
facilities, including the i
of Israeli youth and
centers
Mrs. Krani, a widow, nJ
ciated with the USOrtj
Welfare Board durin,
War II. She begMlwi
sional career at the HmWI
borhood House in
later served with thi I
YMHA-YWHA.
She is a graduate o( 1
England Conservatory oil
Teachers College of Coijsaj
versity.
Her predecessor. Mn I
was the first national
B'nai B'rith Women, >
held for ten years after I
viously served as national |
of the organization. She e .
as a member of its nation! q
tive board.
Mrs. Laulman undertook!
when the women's group
its program in the B'tsl
movement and establishedi
professional staff. Since i
membership of B'nai B'nti'
has jumped from 50.000Dtt
ent 135,000.
Hialeah Worn*
In Three EvenfcJ
Sisterhood ol Hiiiajf
Springs Jewish Center is!
Wednesday evening at *f
951 Flamingo way. A I"
tions program is planned.
Sisterhood will hold i&j
luncheon at the Center
at noon.
Hostesses will **'
Heim and Mrs. Da**
Mrs. Jack Brower
chairman.
Sisterhood will hold a'
sale Friday at Stevea*
27th ave. and 62nd st-^j1
Annual Donor Luncheon
sponslble for guidina-anll";,,!;;,;, vcHTelmDl,F^rpU,nh0heOn "f Roose- '
cing local community family ,cw he h, Id m ,h n" ,h',an ***** ""'
|oe ntm in the Pagoda room ol the
In. :il
vice programs.
Mrs. Ackerman will participate
in the public relations commit-
tee meeting Friday to be held in
New York City, and a meeting of
the committee on social work re-
cruitment due Oct. 24 and 25 in
Atlanta, Ca.
She is chairman of a special sub-
committee of the latter group,
which is concerned with obtaining
the cooperation in this recruitment
Saxony hotel Sunday noon. Reser-
vations are being accepted by Mr,
Hy Barr and Mrs. Irving Dunkel
L"o?udrifarecounci,s-nduni-
In other cities. United Funds and
Community Chests have made some
funds available for graduate schol
arships and fellowships. Some at
tenuon^ui be g.ven ,0 this J&
From left: Sam *figJJ> ****. Mr.. Stanley Frehling and Mr- a* ~
XeU Federtnann. Dr. StaSey^^8^; FlsaJ


k October 18, 1957
+Jewlsti Her Mian
Kenneth Oka presents
jck Bernard with Mi-
Bach proclamation set-
kide Oct. 12 to Nov. 11
ladassah Membership
issah Launches
ibership Drive
[ and Miami Beach chapters
sah will launch a city-wide
lor new members start-
lay.
kiIi is the national women's
| organization, boasting a
Ship of some 310,000 in
throughout the United
la'.ka and Puerto Rico.
Jack Bernard, Beach chap-
nbership chairman, said a
embership rally will be
nday noon at the Sea Gull
Program will include a
Everything for Rosie," pre-
by members of Shaloma
|p;il speaker will be Mrs.
Indell. Florida region mem-
Icluirman and former Mi-
lch chapter president.
ftorr-ade from Miami Beach
fide and Bay Harbour will
I enli>t new members.
Bernard Sterling, Miami
' president, said that her
p rally will be at 1 p.m.
in Beth David auditorium,
enedict Altman, of Palm
will address the chapter.
nination of the drive will
''Queen for a Day" affair
1, 1958, when the woman
"ngs in the most members
crowned "Queen."
-ahs humanitarian pro-
pomotea health and welfare
Peoples of Israel, regard-
face or creed. Also part of
M's work is housing for
Europe and North Africa
loarams designed to help
Jecome self-supporting.
*mid Ladies Meet
P'e Ner Tamid Sisterhood
k-day evening at the Bal-
Mel. President is Mrs. Sam
B'naf B'rith Women's Chapters Have
Varied Functions During the Week
lapter of R'nai HVitv, or> i______
Page 5B
Chai chapter of B'nai B'rith Wo-
men met at the Crown hotel Tues-
day.
Eleanor Roosevelt chapter soon-
sored a membership Green Stamp
marathon Tuesday evening, with
several members opening their
homes to welcome prospective
members.
Generous amounts of Green
Stamps were given each woman
who became a member. Chairmen
were Mrs. Alvin Baumoehl qnd Mrs.
Norton Goodfriend,
Gilbert J. Balkin chapter met
Tuesday at the Everglades Elemen-
tary School.
BBYO chairman Mrs. William
Wilson introduced Mrs. Jerome
Robinson, who spoke on "Aspects
of B'nai B'rith."
B'nai B'rith Women of Miami
met Tuesday at Beth David auditor-
ium.
Theme of the meeting was "Civil
Defense," and included a talk by
Mrs. H. H. Harden, of the Civil De-
fense Control Center.
The film, "A Flash of Darkness,"
was also shown.
B'nai B'rith Women of Miami are
holding a "Queen for a Night" din-
ner Saturday in the Pagoda room
of the Saxony hotel.
The woman selling the most tic-
kets will be crowned "Queen for a
Night," and the second highest tic-
ket seller will be named "Lady-in-
waiting."
Reservations are being taken by
the Mesdames M. Hammer, O. Ber-
natsky and M. Berman.
B'nai B'rith Women of Coral
Gables held their regular meeting
Tuesday at Hillel House.
In celebration of the chapter's
10th birthday and B'nai B'rith's
114th birthday a "This is Your
Life" program was presented.
MISS SOt KAUfMAH
50 Honor Sue
On 16th Birthday
Fifty young women attended a
"sweet sixteen" birthday party
Sunday honoring Sue Kaufman in
the Scheherazade room of the Al-
giers hotel.
The party was in the form of a
luncheon, and Sue, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Kaufman, 120
SW 40th ave., wore a white or-
gandy cocktail dress for the oc-
casion.
She is a junior at Miami Senior
High School, where she belongs to
Phi Sigma Tau.
The luncheon featured chicken a
la king, en patty shell, with new
garden peas and saute Parisienne
potatoes. Desert was a Parfait Sue.
Brunch Held Wednesday
Miami Beach Afternoon chapter
of Women's American ORT held
its first brunch of the season
Wednesday at the home of Mrs.
Milton Richmond, 9740 E. Broad-
view dr., at 11:30. Brunch chair-
man was Mrs. Hyman Rottenberg.
Amity Club Social
Amity Club, an affiliate organi-
zation of the Greater Miami Jewish
Community Center, will hold a so-
cial and dance Sunday evening at
the Beach Branch, 1536 Bay rd.
Washington Federal Opens ,
Safe Deposit Box Facilities
Washington Federal Savings of
Miami Beach has announced the
formal opening of a new, modern
vault for safe deposit boxes in its
Normandy Isle branch at 1120 Nor-
mandy dr.
In making the announcement,
Arthur H. Courshon, Washington
Federal board chairman said that
"the installation, completed in rec-
ord time, fills a long-felt need in
the area for the safe keeping of
personal valuables and important
papers."
The occasion was marked with
the free distribution of gifts to all
who visited the branch for an in-
spection of the new, stream-lined
facilities, and the date practically
coincided with the original open-
ing of the branch two years ago.
Miami Beach Mayor Kenneth Oka discusses with Dr. Meyer
Eggnatz, president of Men's Club of Temple Beth Sholom, pro-
jected talk on "Metro Government" at club's buffet supper
in Temple banquet hall Thursday evening, Oct. 24. Harry A.
Lack and Leo Schloss are co-chairmen of event, and Harold
Granoff is chairman of hospitality.
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You who have experienced the thrill of new
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Our unexcelled hoir foshions will be
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Krupp Cancels
Trip to U. S.
WASHINGTON (JTA) Offi-
cial U.S. sources received word this
week from Essen, Germany, that
ex-Nazi industrialist Alfred Krupp
has cancelled his trip to the United
States to address an international
industrial conference in San Fran-
cisco.
Krupp's visit hed been pro-
tested owing to his conviction by
a U.S. war crimes court. The
State Department had received a
number of complaints.
To avoid possible embarrass-
ment, the German industrialist
used the excuse that he could not
come because he was still in mourn-
ing for his mother who died last
months The State Department is-
sued a visa to Krupp in August
for the visit. Previously, owing to
his record as a leading Nazi, he
had been refused admission to the
U.S.
The United Fund method of
raising money for accredited
charities has been successfully
tried in more than 1,000 American
cities, and in most instances the
UF raised more money for mem-
ber agencies than fhe agencies
could do themselves.
United Fund of Dade County is
a boon in many ways to Dade
charity agencies. One of the main
advantages is that the Fund ex-
pects to operate its campaign here
at a cost of four percent of the
total monies raised. Campaign
costs of individual agencies have
been known to go as high as 70
percent,
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Nursery school children of Temple Lmanu-El participated in
extensive Sukkoth programs la=t week offered by pupils of
Temple's religious schools. Left to right (rear) are Dawn Mar-
golis. Frederic Weitz, Shaul Gross, Robert Michnoff, Jon Chan-
ning and Judy Abelow. Front are Jeffrey Sirkin, Jefferson
Morgan, Ricky Sures and Judy Ribner.
King Candidate for
Hialeah's Mayor
Native Floridinn Jack L. Kins has
thrown his hat in the ring for
Hialeah's mayoralty race.
Kint> this week indicated that
ho is running for the office on a
Metro Government platform. "The
I people of Hialeah will be better
-rived at less cost in taxes if they
become a part of Dade's Metro
Government," King said Wednes-
day.
Declaring that if he is electel
mayor, he will show Hialeah "the
edi mtaget of'WBtro'Gofferfflneht,
King added that "as soon as is pos-
sible I intend Riving them the right
in a free election to make an in-
telligent choice between the pres-
ent city-county government, with
the duplication of functions and
taxes, and one government under
the Metro charter."
King received his education in
?he public schools of Tampa, the
University of Tampa, Stetson
University, and graduated cum
laude from the University of Mi-
ami law school in June, 1956.
He is a member of Sigma Kappa
Nu and Phi Delta Phi, legal fra-
trnity.
Octal*,
Show Anti-Semitic Feelings
HANO\ I'K. Germany
One third of the respondents in re-
cent West German public opinion
polls have revealed strong anti-
Semitic tendencies in their reaction
to test questions. Dr. Carl-Chris-
toph Schweitzer, a high Bonn Gov-
ernment official, reported to a
three-day meeting of German intel-
lectuals on "Anti-Semitism and
German Historj '
Harold Richard, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Roy Kopstein. 2025
SW 13th ave., Miami, will
become Bar Mitzvah at Beth
David Congregation Satur-
day morning, Oct. 19. Rabbi
Yaakov Rosenberg will offi-
ciate. Reception and formal
dinner will be hold at Hibis-
cus Temple Sunday evening.
Harold is an eighth grade
student at Shenandoah Jun-
ior High School.
King is married to the former
Rosie Tabah, of Istanbul, Turkev.
and Havana. Cuba. She is a mem-
her of the Sisterhood of Hialeah-
Miami Springs Jewish Center.
The candidate, who speaks Span-
ish fluently and is a member of
Ahanza Interamericana, is a Bap-
Ust and a member of the Miami
Springs Hialeah Civitans. He is
ntlv associated with the law
firm of Walters. Moore & Costanzo.
with offices in the Ainsley bldg.
He was lor 17 years an official in
the U S Department of Justice, Im-
migration and Naturalization Ser-
vice in Texas and Miami.
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LEGAL
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The new United Fund differs
lrom the old Community Chest in
that it is an organization of givers,
rather than an association of agen-
Btoa. It is a vehicle for united
community action, and, as such,
can eliminate the multiplicity of
drives that grew up outside the
Chest.
NOTICE TO Dif.
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Burton, son of Mr. and Mrs
Nathan ErsofJ, 1980 SW 3nd
ave., will become Bar Mitz-
vah Saturday, Oct. 19, at
Betn David Congregation.
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg
will officiate. Burton is an
eighth grade student at
Shenandoah Junior High and
has attended Beth David re-
ligious school. He is a mem-
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YOUR MAYOR OF HIALEAH
For City Councilman of Hialeah
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Arthur Nonkin to
Be Bar Mitzvah
Arthur Stewart, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Nonkin. 4410 Riviera dr
Coral Gables, will become Bar
Mitzvah during Saturday morning
services. Oct. 19. of Zamora Jewish
Center. Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz and
Lantor Rudolph Brill will officiate
A member of Boy Scout Troop 13,
he attends Ponce de Leon Junior
High and has been a student at
Zmtra Jewish Center religious
school.
A reception following the cere-
mony at the Center will be held in
honor of Arthur. A formal dinner
,s P'Mned Sunday evening at
Michel's restaurant on Normandy
Isle.
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2. IESUMNT 34 Tears
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!ourt Hits
inants
The Supreme
(State of Colorado this
fctcly nullified the ef-
Irictive religious and
ants which have af-
and other minority
\e purchase of real es-
in this state. The
that a property owner
led property in dis-
\iv provisions of a re-
actal -ratrlctJv* cove-
t hereby create any
title.
was handed down in
^ing the right of a Ne-
[jperty in a section
Drth of City Park. Be-
t decision would af-
of minority groups
(purchase in "restrict-
the Anti-Defamation
3'nai B'rith and the
fewi-h Committee filed
the court supporting
Ulysses S. Smith and
kith.
charged that on
|2 certain other own-
block agreed among
I that none of the lots
be sold or leased to
klonging to specified
Lps and that if they
l any member of those
lots sold would be
the other owners.
Pared that the restric-
pt was a cloud on the
heir property which
unoved.
hth the plaintiffs were
Hera! Saving! & Loan
lobert E. I-ce. as public
he city and county of
defendants were
\rmelin and Carmelita
hers of adjacent prop-
lot' City Park and the
feral Savings & Loan
sou lit forfeiture to
plaintiffs' lot. The I
Ions wore involved in !
eternune whether the !
dear title to the I
question.
Stcd States Supreme
[ruled that restrictive
nolate the "equal pro-
|ue of the Fourteenth
to the U.S. Constitu-
te not legally enforce-
IColorado Court ruling
further in guaranteeing
fliers who hold in dis-
racial or religious re-
ienant against any pos-
fcement of the covenant.
Irt declared: "Because
States Supreme Court
led any teeth which
pnant was supposed to
ghts, duties or obliga-
' based thereon."
msm
BY HENRY LEONARD
"In our temple, Rabbi, you may speak on
any subject ... as long as it isn't contro-
versial."

Ol
ituarics
JACOB KRONENBERG
re, or SSS6 Iw -ith ter., "iirri Oct. 12.
a resident here for the |.H.st rive
years, coming from Phoenix, Ariz.,
he eras a retired linker. Surviving are
iil wife, Miriam; four mini", Haul,
l-.iiiBnu.-l, Herman and Renjamin:
three dauRhters. Mrs. Shirley Swan,
Mrs. Itiitli Fallcta and Mra. Bather
Roenn: and in grandchildren, Her-
j Icea were Oct. \\ at Rlveralde-Beaoh
Memorial Chapel, Flngier at., with
liurlal in Ml. Mi.nl i'. in.ierv.
WA1TPR BELL
3. of 18(10 BW 22nd ave., died Oct.
IS, He came here eight years ago
from Chicago and was retired from
the laundrj and flrj cleaning bust-
Bon h inn are iiis wife, Revs :
n sun. Harold; three brothers, one
sister and two grandchildren Ser-
vices and burial srere in Chicago:
with Qordon Funeral Home in charge
of l"< al an angements.
MS. BELLA BOKRAS
fit!, of :'.:ii Navarre iv,, Coral Qables,
died Oct. i She came here nix yi an
ago from Peeksklll, NY. Burvlvors
Include her husband, Samuel; a son,
ISugene; and one slater Ben i ea
were Oct. 11 at Riverside-Beach He-
morlal Chapel, Flagler st.
from Rnckvllle Center, NY. Burvlv-
MiR are n daughter, Mrs. Isabella
Mrody. brother, sister, two grand-
ehlMren and three great-grandchil-
dren. Services were Oct. 11 at Riv-
erside l'.ea.h Memorial Chapel, Nor-
mandy isle, with Imrial in Lakeside
Memorial Park.
MISS GLORIA ICKOVICS
9, of i2i Michigan ave., died Oct. 5
In a local hospital She la survived
by her parents, Mr, and Mis Bey-
hi.mi Ickovloa; a brother, Harold
Ma.k: and grandparents, Mr. and
\iiii; Ickovlcs and Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Klom. Bervlcea were Oct. 7 in
Newman-Qordon l-uneml Home, with
inn i.ii in Lakeside Memorial Ceme-
tery.
JULIA BLACK
T". Visitor from Chicago lulus al 114$
Euclid ave., dud Oct. li. She la sur-
\ Ived b n, R ibei I, and da ligh-
ter, Mrs, Bills Smlt. Be Ices and
Interment were In Chicago, with
Newman-Gordon Kuneral Home In
charge ol local arrangements.
ALFRED F. ELFMAN
58, of zlM BW ltih ter., died Oct. IS.
a resident here for the pail ten
romiiiR from Chelsea, Mass, he wai
a retired scrap metal dealer. Surviv-
ing are his wife. Rath; a son. Philip:
and two brothers and two sisters.
Services were Oct. H at Gordon
Funeral Home, with burial In Mi.
Nelio Cemetery.
he Initcd Fund plan,
in Dade will be asked
large gift, rather than
f^ small ones thev gave
|r campaigners in the
f may pledge their gift,
it on a quartely basis.
MRS. ROSE GOLDBERG
44. of 18300 NB miii ave., N. Miami.
died Oct. IS. a resident here for the
paal ten years, coming from Brook-
lyn, she lielonced to North I -!. .i.-w-
Ish Center sisterhood. Surviving* are
her husband, Ben; a son. Marshall
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Hash; two sisters and two brothers.
Bervlces were Oct. it al Riverside-
Beach Memorial Chapel, Normandy
lale, with bunai in Brooklyn,
MARY ELLEN GRAHAM
932 SSih st., Surfalde, died Oct. S In
New Voik CltV, A resident here for
IS years, shs is survived bj her hus-
band, Stanley; daughter, Mrs. Betty
Ann Pathman; sister, Mrs. Clara Ja-
cobs; and one ^raiulrhild. Services
were Oct. IS at Mt. Nebo Cem
with Newman-Uordon Funeral Home
in charge of at rnniiementa.
EDWARD LEWIN
3. of W.l S\V STih ave.. died Oct. 12.
Owner of the Sunset and Oalloway
stores in West Miami, he came hers
fi\.* years ago from Newark. N..I. He
Is survived by his wife, Anna; a son.
Ravmnnd; daurhtei. Mrs. Kthel
RriRht; one brother, two sisters and
three crandi hildren. Services and
Ion,;d w..... in Newark, wllh Gordon
Funeral H.....a in charge of lo-..i ar-
rangements.
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LOUIS GEIGER
72, of ltd BW 7th st.. died Oct. 9.
He lived liere IS years, coming from
"'lev, hind, O., and was a motion pic-
ture film supply salesman. He Is
survived by his wife. Adeline; son.
John; daughter. Mrs. Maxine Rren-
ner; nnd iwo grandchildren. Hsrvlcea
were Oct. II at Gordon Funeral Home
with burial in Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
HARRY M. ROSE
K3, of 4390 Collins live., died Oct. 1".
lie had lived here 12 years, coming
National Nephrosis to Benefit
On Tuesday. Oct. 29, at 8 p.m.,
at the Miami Fireman's Benevolent
Club House, 2980 NW S. River dr.,
the Forty-Eight in One Sisterhood
will hold a card party for the bene-
fit of National Nephrosis.
MRS. ROSE KUMMERLING
62. of "~, NB 17th Bt., died hi. 7. A
resident here 22 years, she leaves her
husband, Christian; two sons. Charles
and Mai tin; a daughter, Mrs Flor-
ence Zager; also four brothers, three
sisters and four grandchildren, Sex -
vices w.rc Oct. I at Gordon Funeral
Chapel, with burial In Mt. Nebo Cem-
etery,
MRS. SARAH TAUBES
72. of 741 l.'.ili s(., died Ocl 7. A res-
ident here five years, she la survived
b) five daughters, Mrs. Berths Weln-
tieiK. Miami Beach, and Mrs. Isabel
Broslnsky, Mrs. Theresa Goldberg,
Mrs. Margaret Millsteln and Mrs.
Charlotte wllsker, all of Brooklyn;
and three sons, Henry, Adoiph ami
Irving. Bervlcea and burial were in
Brooklyn, with Riverside-Beach Me-
morial Chapel in charge. Of locnl ar-
rangements.
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MOGEN DAVID KOSHER
MEAT MARKET
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IS NOT UNDER THE
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UNITED BALABATIM VAAD
HAKASHRUTH OF GREATER
MIAMI at the present time.
J^cttcrs to the Csditor
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
For the last three years, I have
attended High Holy Day services
in three different Conservative
Jewish Centers.
Every time the ranbl recited
some prayer in English the
thought came to my mind, "Does
the rabbi doubt that God under-
stands the Hebrew language? Is
he trying to teach God the English
language?"
When I expressed my thoughts,
I was_toJd it was for the beneiit
Ot IHSSe w!l6 the prayers in Hebrew.
Surely with the prayer books
we now have, anyone can read
the English translation, or even
pray silently in English, and we
surely do not need a rabbi to
read the English prayers to us.
When a person speaking a for-
eign language comes before a
court, his attorney does not ad-
dress the court in his client's lan-
guage. And 1 think that we should
expect our rabbis to pray for us
in God's holy language.
It is close to 2,000 years that
Jews, scattered all over the world,
and speaking the language of the
country they were in, have said
their prayers in Hebrew.
If our rabbis want their flocks
to understand the prayers, they
should try to find some means to
teach them an elementary know-
ledge of Hebrew, and since we
now have a Hebrew-speaking State
of Israel, 1 think most Jews will
be only too glad for the oppor-
tunity to learn a little Hebrew, or
is this too conservative for our
Conservative congregations?
ABRAHAM BLUM
Miami
cians have worked out a novel
form of partnership practice. They
take turns serving as medical mis-
sionaries in the Belgian Congo.
The two who aren't in the Congo
stay in Lake Orion, help maintain
their missionary partner, and keep
up a thriving practice.
Israel could well afford similar
action. It can be made to apply
not only to MD's but also to en-
gineers, architects, chemists, etc.
DR. ALFRED BLUMBERG
Coral Gables
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
Shana Tova May you have a
Healthy New Year. Here, in Israel,
I have observed with my own eyes
he wide range of the land and soil
programs of the Jewish National
Fund.
What it has achieved in the past
snd what it hopes to achieve in the
future are apparent. JNF's work
s continually crowned by success.
The progress of the Jewish National
Fund has no parallel in our world
history. ,
And there is no human capable
of describing what Israel is doing
for the Jews of the world.
MAYSHIE FRIEDBERG
Jerusalem
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
Three Lake Orion. Mich., physi-
Proceeds for School
Monthly luncheon of the Sister-
hood of Miami Hebrew Congrega-
tion will take place Wednesday at
12 noon. Luncheon chairman is
Mrs. George Goldberg, who will be
assisted by the Mesdames Mollie
Harrison, Michael Blank, and David
Mcltzer. Proceeds will go to the
religious school.
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