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

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UW/Tf and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
|e 31 Number 43
Miami, Florida, Friday, October 25, 1957
Price 20*
;njamin Rosenberg, ex-
fcve director of Greater
li Jewish Federation,
rts for Europe and Is-
!from New York City as
iber of special United
sh Appeal Study Mis-
to assess needs of Jew-
Ire fugees. Other Miami
gents on mission include
Morris Goodman, Carl
ikle, and Abel J. Harris,
i 'Jewish Leaders' Pa. 6 A)
IG Makes
sace Feeler
Moscow
U'SALEM (JTA> Premier
Ben <;urion opened the win-
ii "f the Israel Parliament
lay with a long review of the
p< East situation and of IB-
foreign policy in which he
illy avoided any strictures on
Vi\ iet Syria and was relatively
pn his references to the Soviet
Observer! described this
ance of extremes as a crystal-
nn of Israel's posture today in
gn affairs.
Bon Gurion's speech made
major points: first, there is
wnge in Israel's foreign pol-
kecond. Israel's intentions are
Mul; third, military victories
Inefficient to achieve a solu-
in the Middle East; fourth.
> primary task is the internal
I and economic consolidation
Be country; fifth, the import-
')! developing closer relations
feen Israel and the countries of
and Africa; sixth, the time is
far off when Israel will use the
lor agricultural and industrial
fees, and seventh, arms in
lands, whether from the Com-
Ms or from the West, are act-
aimed at Israel.
len Gurion spoke before a
ked house and a distinguished
"P of spectators including
fs'dent Itihak Ben Zvl. Hit
ch was to be followed I at* '
Jnesday by a report from Mrs.
Hda Meir, the Foreign Minister,
'ho Unitod Nations, and on
'Iks in Washington and
Continued on Page 2A
Syria 'Uncovers' U.S.-lsrael Plot;
Charges Turkey Subversion Assist
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
into the Mbrri more recent Middle East tensions when its Foreign
SlSSStJS^ ,0'd !^JG,n'r" *"** ,h'* "r"'' TurkeyanS
MiddU Eest W#r# '" ,ff0rt fom#n* U^bU ,h
Bitar addressed the Assembly in advancing his insistence that the
The efforts being made to sub-
vert the Syrian regime, he contend-
ed, would "redound to the benefit
of international Zionism." He said
the plan of Turkey and the West
was to "confront the Arab States
with Zionist expansionism" and to
divide the Arab States who oppose
such "expansionism."
The "propaganda" about what
Bitar called Syria's "legitimate
commercial purchases from the So-
viet Union" overlooked the fact
that "Israel for a long time has
been armed with offensive wea-
pons."
The Eisenhower Doctrine, Bitar
continued, claims to be anti-Com-
munist, but "this doctrine does
not mention the Zionist peril
which the West has encouraged
with vast gifts of offensive arms
and heavy economic aid in order
to act as a front for colonialism
in the Middle East."
"The instigations of Zionists and
colonialists involve the danger of
starting a third world war," he
said. "The Eisenhower Doctrine
omits all mention of arms given to
Israel and Turkey which threaten
Arabs in the region." After reiter-
ating that Israel's aid was sought
to carry out the "Turkish plan" for
subversion in Syria, Bitar pressed
his call on the Assembly to name
a commission which would report
in the shortest time not to exceed
ten days."
However, for the first time, he
made it clear that such a commis-
sion was not to inspect the Israel-
Syrian border but was to confine
Continued on Page 6 A
Russians Credit
lews on Sputnik
LONDON (JTAU- Five Rus-
sian Jewish scientists were in-
cluded in a list of 30 who were
credited this week by a key of-
ficial of the Soviet Academy of
Sciences with basic contribu-
tions to the Soviet earth satel-
lite. The tribute was made by
Alexander V. Topchiev in an
article in Pravda.
The Jewish scientists and their
credits were: L. D. Landau, the-
oretical physics of thermody-
namics and statistical physics,
P. L. Kapitza, discoveries in the
field of liquid helium; V. I. Veks-
ler, studios in connection with
a 10-billion electron-volt atom
smasher; L. I. Mandelshtam, de-
velopment of phase methods of
measuring distances by radio
waves, used in tracking the sat-
ellite; and I. I. Jaffe, thermo-
electrical phenomena.
Assembly appoint a special commission to investigate the claim of the
Damascus government that Turkey was planning aggression against
Accusing the United States of backing Turkey's alleged efforts
to subvert the Syrian regime, Bitar asserted that the Eisenhower Doe-
trine, the presence of the U.S. Sixth Fleet in the eastern Mediterran-
ean and "the heavy arming" of Israel were all part of the plot.
Speculation Shaping
Over Plans to Bring
Peace to Middle East
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
WASHINGTONA new U.S. plan for stabilizing the Middle East
and drawing a line against further Communist penetration was believed
.-haping up here Tuesday as Washington prepared for the arrival of
British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan.
The new plan was thought it *-------------------------------------------,
some quarters to envisage a re-
'GRACE' PRAYER IN SCHOOL
ATLANTIC CITY (JTA) Two
members of the New Jersey Gen-
eral Assembly went on record this
week as uncompromisingly opposed
to a bill to permit the saying of
grace in New Jersey public schools.
Paul M. Salsburg and Milton W.
Glenn, Assembly members from At-
lantic City, made their opposition
stands known in statements to the
Atlantic City Jewish Record.
statement of previous American
positions on the Israel-Arab boun-
daries and Arab refugees. But it
would include entirely new provis-
isons covering the Turkish borders,
Jordanian territorial integrity and
similar innovations, it was report-
ed.
President Eisenhower Tuesday
discussed the Middle East at
some length with Secretary of
State Dulles. White House Press
Secretary James Hagerly how-
ever would give no hint as to
whether specific proposals had
actually been drafted. British
source* meanwhile said Macmil-
lan was bringing suggestions on
new Western policy in the Mid-
Contir.ued on Page 6 A
RAPE TRIAL CONTINUES
A Hungarian Actor's Fantasy:
We Only Arrest Them Home'
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
TEL AVIV Hungarian actor
Zoltan Greguss, whose arrest on
charges of raping a 12-year-old
Israeli girl has created strained
relations between Israel and the
Communist satellite regime, said
Tuesday he was not accusing the
Israel government in his arrest
but that he was the victim of per-
sonal enmity.
The actor made the statement
to a Tel Aviv newspaper before
he knew the Budapest Govern-
ment was using the arrest to start
a diplomaic tussel with Israel. The
Hungarian Government has
threatened to cut Israel's diplo-
matic staff in Budapest over the
refusal of Israeli authorities to
halt criminal proceedings against
the actor.
Greguss claimed that the girl,
whom he said he knew previously,
had come to his hotel to ask for
an autographed photo, but he in-
sisted nothing had happened to
the girl.
It was learned that a Hungar-
ian-speaking Israeli journalist had
telephoned the Hungarian Lega-
tion after the arrest took place
a month ago and asked for infor-
mation.
A voice at the Legation said: I
"It's impossible for him to have I
been arrested. He hasn't reached j
Budapest." The trial continued in
Tel Aviv District Court Tuesday.
Itzhcik Ben Zvi is candidate to
succeed himself to office he
now holds as President of
Israel. Running against him
is Herut parry leader Joseph
Joel Rivlin. Ben Zvi has sup-
port of eight pro-government
and two opposition parties.
wish Scientists Push to Outdo Sputnik...Pg. 12A
DEAL REPORTED
Shell Facility
To be Sold?
JTABv Direct Teletype Wire
LONDONThe sale of Shell Oil
and British Petroleum distribution
and marketing facilities in Israel to
a partnership of the Isaac Wolfson
interests in Britain and "Petro-
france" of France "will set Israel
free from international oil com-
bines," the financial editor of the
London Daily Express reported
Tuesday.
He reported that both seller and
buyer were eager to conclude the
transaction and that only price re-
mained to be hammered out.
He pointed out that Consolidated
Refineries at Haifa, owned jointly
by Shell and British Petroleum,
were not up for -sale and were not
involved in present negotiations.
Informed sources told the JTA
Tuesday that "a new factor" had
entered into the situation and that
nothing was likely to be settled
with respect to the sale of oil facil-
ities in Israel until next month.
British Flotilla
To Cancel Visit
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
TEL AVIVAn "operation Alt"
by five British Naval Units to Haifa
scheduled for Thursday was can-
celled and only one ship will make
the projected "courtesy call," the
British Embassy announced.
The announcement said the orig-
inal order had been cancelled to
"avoid any misunderstanding to
which the presence of a large num-
ber of ships migh have given rise
because of prevailing tension in the
area."
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Page 2 A
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J^ay. October;
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Pray! Or Go
To School
A move to have Jewish stu-
dents at Miami Beach High
School attend either Sukkoth
services or school classes was
uncovered early this week by
The Jewish Floridian.
The move was designed to
keep Jewish students off the
beaches and out of the movie
theaters, instead of in the syna-
gogue where they rightfully be-
long, Rabbi Tibor Stern, spirit- j
ual Iubobi Erttr JacosXon-4
gregation, declared.
Rabbi Stern's plan, as suggest-
ed to Miami Beach High School
principal Irvin Kati and imple-
mented on the eve of the first
two days of Sukkoth, is discuss-
ed in detail by Leo Mindlin in
this week's issue of The Jewish
Floridian.
In elaborating on the plan,
Mindlin analyzes such questions
as separation of state and
church and the violation of
constitutional principle. Also
aired is the expected repercus-
sion on the Jewish community,
which has been in the vanguard
of battles here and across the
nation to keep religion out of
the public school system.
Read "During the Week .
as I see It," Pg. 4 A.
B-G in Peace Feeler to Moscow
Continued from Page 1 A
Rome, after which the Knesset
would begin its debate on foreign
policy.
Hen (Jurion congratulated "Rus*
sian science and toe people" on
the successful dispatch Into space
oi an earth satellite bul noted that
"our joy over this scientific and
technological milestone lias, how-
Mr, bsmi eweeahadowed to no lit-
tle extent bj the resultant increase
lTHvMirrT7isii'in' Which 1"\i~vK-iat('il
with the artificial satellite either
as s canaa or sonseojuenco,"
He s.ijd Israel aouid not help hut
bj e Accrued by the increase in
tension in the world and in the
Middle Baal whether or not it was
connected with the satellite. "The
Middle Baal has been total point
ni tension between Baal and West
for more than two years, since the
beginning of the copious flow of
arm- Horn the Soviet bloc to
Egypt," he declared. "Israel has
been awaaa, since the rise of the
State, that it lives in two spheres,
the regional which comprises itaell
and it* Arab neighboss? '"lcl the"
greater world sphere which devotes
consider;. Me attention to the affairs
of this region for historical and
'geopolitical reasons.
United Fund Chief to be Speaker
At Community Center Annual Dinner
John B. Turner, campaign chair-1ficer. Completing the evening will
man of the tinted Fund ot Dade | be a special original musical skit
County, will be guest speaker at the ion the work and
seventh annual meeting of fhe|(;MJCC throughout
Plans Are Formulated
Temple Judea yearbook plans
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Ci nter to i>e held Sunday evening)
No* :i. at the dilido hotel.
A prominent civic and business
leader, he is president of the Or-
ange State Oil Company, past pres-
ident of the Welfare Planning I
Council past chairman of the Dade
Count) Community Chest and act-1
ive in many social welfare projects.
in the communit)
The program will he highlighted I
by the theme -Seven years oi
morning at a met mg m the home
of Mrs, Ben Kazan, 2329 SW 26th
men ol the book are
Mrs Max Mayer and Temple presi-
Sol R in.
activities of
its various
branches in Dade county.
GMJCC, as a social group work
agency, is affiliated with the Na-
tional Jewish Welfare Board and
the Welfare Planning Council,
and provides recreation and so-
cial group work activities to
small groups by age levels from
nursery school to senior citizens
throughout the county.
Chairman of the annual meet-
ing committee is A. Budd Cutler,
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tions of GMJCC, as well as a
special report of the nominating
committee, for election of offi-
cers and board members, by Fred
K. Shochet, committee chairman.
The annual meeting, which is
tiled tor 8 pin., will bv pre-
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mencing at 8:15 p.m.
Stanley C Myers, pasl president
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"The events of the last ten
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cause the Middle Eastern sphere
is involved, perhaps more than
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been a very clear and surprising
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of course, has not been weakened
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\ Abraham Cassel receives Shofar made in Israel es-
ly for presentation to local synagogues who have
ked quota of housing units during High Holiday Israel
feg Bond drive.. Torah Temple purchased over $43,000
Hi Housing Bonds during Rosh Hashona services. Some
of this amount has already been collected in cash.
Glazier, Israel Bond city manager, makes presenta-
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2S?
n&
pie Beth Sholom leaders meet to help synagogue meet
Busing unit quota set by Israel Housing Bond drive dur-
Jigh Holy Days here. Seated Geft to right) are Sam Oritt
k A. Cantor. Standing are Julius Kasdin, Joe Arkin
Laurans. Present but not shown were Max Rosen,
un Reiner, Temple president John Serbin, Sidney Ansin
Isadore Hecht.
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$110,000 in Bonds
Temple Beth Sholom subscribed
Monday night for over 35 Israel
housing units at a private dinner
at the Americana hatel.
Hosts of th* highly successful
evening for Israel ware Mr. and
Mr*. J. A. Cantor and Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Oritt.
Representing the leadership of
the congregation, headed by Tem-
ple Beth Sholom president John
Serbin. were some 100 people, who
+Jewish Hcridkim
Page 3 A
Gables Row on Way to Solution
i A.r*cent bl0W"P involving Coral Gables city officials and Zamora
Jewish center this week appeared to be well on the way toward peace-
ful solution.
Ph nA fiveman committee met Monday with Gables Mayor W. Keith
rniiiips to review its findings in the controversy started when City At-
torney Ted Semple accused Zamora
Jewish Center of "commercializ-
ing" its facilities, and Phillips de-
clared that the Center reminded
htm "of the money-changers in the
Temple."
Meeting were Rabbi B. Leon
Hurwitz, for Zamora Center; Rev.
Lewis Head, representing the Pro-
testant communrty of Coral Gables;
George Cummings, in behalf of
Msgr. Thomas Comber, of the Cath-
olic Church of the Little Flower;
Warren Blackman, of the Coral
Gables Chamber of Commerce;
Alan Brown, chairman of the
Gables Zoning Board; and Mayor
Phillips.
The committee, whose forma-
tion had been suggested to the
mayor last month by Rabbi Hur-
witz to "look into the city's anti-
quated zoning laws," as wall as
into the allegation that Zamora
was in violation of a Coral Gables
zoning ordinance, decided Mon-
day to recommend to the city
commission that Zamora Jewish
Center henceforth be officially
recognized as a synagogue.
Rabbi Hurwitz told The Jewish
Floridian that official recognition
"is now a mere formality. Our le-
gal status will be granted at the
next meeting of the commission."
The fracas broke out when City
Attorney Semple called Zamora on
the carpet early in September for
allegedly violating a Zoning Board
ruling originally permitting Za-
mora to construct facilities on its
present site at 44 Zamora ave.
Semple told the city commission
that in 1950 the Center was allowed
to be built as a site for prayer only
and that its present religious
school program including the re-
cently opened Miami Branch of the
Greater Miami Hebrew Academy
there constituted the violation.
During the Monday discussion,
Brown told Mayor Phillips that Za-
mora's original charter in 1951 al-
lowed it facilities "as a Youth Cen-
ter."
"Let's get together here," Rab-
bi Hurwitz told the mayor. "City
Attorney Semple contends one
thing and Brown another. I think
the confusion has got to the point
where the 1937 zoning ordinance
is highlighted in all its antiqua-
tion. This is realty th* issue
not any alleged violation."
Rabbi Hurwitz also reminded the
mayor that when he arrived here
in 1954 to assume the pulpit at
Zamora, the Center was then in the
process of constructing a school
building with the clear permission
of the Coral Gables Zoning Board.
The decision legally to recognize
Zamora as a synagogue henceforth
grants the Center the right to carry
on all programs as shall be deemed
necessary for the total religious,
spiritual and educational edifica-
tion of its member families, Rabbi
Hurwitz said.
listened to talks on the Israel hous-
ing emergency, caused by the in-
flux of more than 100,000 immi-
grants now entering that country
from all parts of the world.
Speakers of the evening were
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Sam Oritt and Jacob Sher, chair-
man, Greater Miami committee,
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by LEO MINDLIN
Friday. October 25. 1957
30 Tishri 5718
Considering to be Done
Many are the questions President Eisen-
hower will have to discuss with British Prime
Minister Macmillan on his trip here. Sputnik
is, of course, a major issue; and if anyone needs
convincing that we find ourselves in the uncom-
fortable second-best position Britain was not
too long ago forced to recognize as her own
lot, our predisposition to listen to Macmillan's
plans concerning an Anglo-American pool of
scientific information should dispel such doubts.
Of equal consideration must surely be the
Middle East, where the fat's in the fire as it
never has been before.
Great Britain, the spearhead of the Suez-
Sinai action, is today on the verae of a fair eco-
nomic reconciliation at least with Egypt; while
Washington still freezes principal Egyptian
funds in this na'ion. Thus, although the U.S.
in November. 1956. blatantly preempted the
UN and played role of "disinterested" media-
tor to the advantaqe of the Arabs, and although
the Arabs still regard with bloody eye all things
Britten, fact is that none other than the British
are soon once more to emerqe advantageously
over us in today's trouble-laden Near East.
The President understands this has at
least been informed of this turn of events by his
economic advisors. Necessary therefore to
emerge from the Eisenhower-Macmillan talks is
a clearer picture of what the British hope to do
with their currently-developing advantage in a
part of the world where our diplomacy seems to
be making things go from bad to worse.
Among the questions, peace is a prime
one. As a result of the joint Sinai campaign-
Suez operation, the British know better than
does Washington that this prime question will
never be settled to the disadvantage of Israel
By direct experience, Macmillan is thoroughly
aware of what his predecessor. Sir Anthony
Eden, learned that Israel seeks an honorable
peace honorably achieved and with the honor
01 all concerned never compromised.
This is something our State Department has
yet to realize, and Macmillan's trip here is as
good a time cs any for State to find it out.
United Nations Celebration
-it STSTL Mi,mi this week launched another
United Nations Week" observance to join com-
munities across the nation in similar celebra-
lions.
The swirl of newspaoer headlines these
da/s makes most people dizzy and certainly
apprehensive about the future of the world.
With East and West more than ever pitted
cgainst one another in the battle for free men's
minds, we look to the United Nations as a qlim-
W,m?K Pe ,ha' civilization shall not again
knew the scourge of war.
mn,.T!;f"N Wau,b7, Ul of ,he "hocking after-
nonthni 1 U Qnd ,He qeneral 'Di-
llon that another war may very well spell the
end of humanity as we know it. Since Ine be-
ginning of the organization, there have been a
host of discouraging events to make even the
most hopeful doubt the peace organization's
effectiveness.
The stark fact which we must realistically
ace is that humankind has little alternative but
to maintain its faith in the United Nations Those
of us sensitive to the events of past history can
point to many occurrences since the areat be-
ginnings of the UN in San Francisco in 1945 that
might previously have sent men to war.
Yes. there have been wars since the con-
clusion of World War II. Only the gigantic
spectre of that battle diminishes both the bloodi-
ness and scope of the conflict followinq it in
Korea. While elsewhere in Israel. Algeria
Indo-China and India there have been other
terrifying holocausts.
But the peace-saving successes of the Uni-
ted Nations are as manifest as are its failures
Add to this the manifold programs of the UN
in behalf of the best interests of humanity every-
where UNESCO and UNICEF among them
and we qet a pretty good picture of a worth-
while and going concern.
We don't have to sell the UN to anybody
The UN seems to do a fair job of selling itself!
A True Pioneer Woman
Yehudit Simhonit, one of Israel's outstand-
ing women leaders, this weekend is here in this
country to participate as the featured speaker
at the 15th national biennial convention in Bos-
ton of the Pioneer Women.
Appearing before almost 1,000 women at-
tending the sessions of the Women's Labor Zion-
ist Organization of America, she is a symbol of
the pioneer women of Israel, and an inspiration
for. and a living expression of. the ever growing
Pioneer Women's organization in this country.
A resident of Israel for over 35 years Mrs
Simhonit came as a pioneer to what was then
Palestine in the summer of 1921. A Russian
native, who studied at an agricultural college
here, she and her husband gravitated naturally
to the land, and they were one of the founders
of Nahalal. Israel s first cooperative settlement.
ih* t^tnt0f the early and leadina workers in
he Labor Zionist movement, she emerged as a
leader in the country when the State of Israel
was founded almost ten years ago. She was
elected to the firs, Israel Parliament and was
appointed to the High Command of the Wc!
men s Section of Israel's Army.
turalTr?rdHys.r.Mr8.SimlJ0Jni, is direc,or of 'he cul-
jura and educational department of the Work-
ing Women's Council in Israel.
aA He? hQS been a Pioneer life one which
endured many sacrifices not the leaM of
which was the death of her son in L .Sicl
of the Egypuan forces in the Sinai Peninsula
A pioneer woman of Israel M <;;),,
epitomizes the struggles and seTsa'cSh^o
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isms.
occasion of the group'i 15ui nn,T u n the
convention. W 5Ul nauonal biennial
esty On Jewish holi^^iU u'S 'Kvt E ^
itself presumably to attend religious servL. ** H
students crowd the movie theaters and hearhT Ut '*
the meeting appeared to be to determine ",. mLs,ea fa?
would henceforth assure attendance either od *faT
Stern had come armed with just such a method Sr*3
Principal Katz listened patiently. ()f BZ,dh u. '
tion, some 2.000 students are Jewish To receii gh's 2*>p
based on religious observance grounds ih e*ll*<
to return at the conclusion of the holiday w,iH9U'!g>1'r,-J%
parents. Both KaU and Rabbi Stern agreed hat lh S1M*
far proved unworkable that children were {512**'
their parents into falsely guaranteeing a kind of ," (|^
never in fact having taken place and that \ a ,"^"tJB
inadvertently or otherwise contributing to the TJ ****
children. g l0 the delinquencies
Rabbi Stern suggested that cards be printed in J
colors each designating one of the four davsofIm^ZI
would be distributed at his own Beth Jacoh ConLo,, h 'I
Temple Emanu-El. Temple Beth SholSan,n5?&"2
ter although spiritual leaders of all MiamiXS"
were subsequently advised of the plan and requS,^
In order o receive an excused absence, a student2 lib!
sent to his teacher the number of eolor-coded cards ^'
the number of days he claimed attendance a. semceT
4 VAKTING GAMUT Of Ut ACTION
RABB!kST^N'S SYSTEM further *'"* that the J
* neither the name of the student nor of the congnLSf!
plan merely called for the individual conrealion?2^
the extent of distribution to eligible students at i^L
c-ach day's services Principal Katz reportedly was [,3
what appeared to be a solution to a steadily worST
Making available the facilities of his sen,.,,], office, hemhLL
the cards. With Rabbi Stern, the duo contacted Rabbi S
KhVi Nrt,h Khre CSnter' Wh at,ended ,he initiil 5i
Beth Sholom ^^^^ TemP'e Em^a^- and Leon KromsM
To assure official sanction. Katz meanwhile contactedS
',CkL e!Ch0!>,Sj0e """ n the eve of Sukl Itabbi Stern s initial inspiration, the plan was set into
Kabbi Lehman assented but with sharp reservation "ln-
he told me early this week, "includes nothing whatsoever itwuj
pulsory synagogue attendance during holidays A devout Jttj
mark a festival by offering his prayers at home. Cards shot*
ticipation in congregational services are therefore no concilia*)
ot a solely valid observance of Sukkoth."
Rabbi Kronish objected rigorously on the basis of riottM
the separation of church and state principal. "In effect, he*
the method Rabbi Stern and Mr. KaU offer makes out of li
House of Worship a truant officer for the Dade county school i.
I agree there is a problem an acute problem; but this is mi
solution."
**bb/ Kronish thus refused to distribute the cards prrpnij
Beaah High "for us to police its students." As an atternrtnj
in order to allay the fears of Temple Beth Sholom parents whaW
dren might otherwise be deprived of excused absences, he (fed
form letters composed and mimeographed by the Temple for_
signature and return to Beach High urymi: at the same Mai
parents as deeply concerned as he with the violation of consaai
principle preferably resort to the old system by writing lettH
their own.
STATISTICS CITtD TO HtOVl FONT
y^HEN KATZ ORDERED his faculty to recognize for validu.
absences only the color-coded cards and to spurn Tenfld
Sholom parents' mimeographed or hand written letters. RabbiH.
eliminated the system completely at the final Sukkoth obseffljg
Initially in accord with Rabbi Stern and Principal K*W
Abramowitz changed his mind on the eve of Sukkoth. refusdlj
tribute cards the following day. During the second day. htrt^
himself, handing out two different color cards to cover pupilsi
from school for both occasions.
By week's end. Rabbi Stern justified his system on l JlM
statistics. "On the first day of Sukkoth." he told me, "there trt
students in attendance at Beach High. On the -econd dav.thw*
800. We distributed some 1,100 cards in the cooperating syagL
arid temples. The number of students reported at school aWJ
the number of cards distributed closely approximates toe loul"
student body at Beach High." j
According to Rabbi Stern, "this means that practically'*WM
w" firfl F,l
s 1**1
Aventf* aw^fl
nKuiuinu io Kaooi Mem. "this means mat pracucu.> <~*~
>sn student was under some kind of control" during the fir*J
bukkoth. "There are no figures available for the final days.
But statistics for 1956 prove our current success Average 0"
"; ~ch High then- including its estimated non -Jewish stu**^
of 300, was 200 in total."
This also means, by implication, that non Jewish studesBH
presumably discouraged from truancy due to the Jewish *m
a phenomenon which, significantly, played a major if thusfarw
role in Principal Katz' acceptance of Rabbi Stern s plan.
am man o* iockauy coNctmo
-; United Nation, remains manWs final
arena wherein reason and intelligence may pr^
vail over suspicion and violence Y P
For this very practical reason we r,HH ~
salute to the United Nations^ Z "
of UN Week here. ,he ^"won
yHIS IS AN astonishing tale especially astonishing
emerges from the roots of the Jewish community ^*j3
tat.on and indeed downright anger with which I naw-1
understandable on many grounds. ,!(.
The seoaration of church and state principle is a cnl"* |A
the basis of this principle, Jewish communities across the n^T
objected to the overall observance of "the spirit" of tfcnJJJ
*-ter m the public schools; have fought the incursion of ^
and absurd a notion as general "non-sectarian religious "?^M
the schools; have done battle against even so "innocuous
release-rime religious programs, and continue in their re-
jection to the distribution of Bibles of whatever denominate
lstiori or interpretation there. ,,#
In short, as a minority group, they have gone so V
the charge of Godlessness voiced by the ignorant in order to ^
a sacred constitutional trust. ,*'
Here, in Florida, the Jewish community has moved *u-
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Proskauer Will Get
AJC liberties' Award
JOSEPH PROSKAUER
|ding Carter, editor and
isher of Delta Democrat-
es, Greenville, Miss., one
ith's distinguished lib-
newspapermen, will ad-
American Jewish Corn-
national executive
^d meeting in Chicago
i weekend. Carter, Pulit-
Jxize winner in 1946 and
iber of advisory board
jlitzer Prizes, will assess
^hern desegregation is-
and explore middle
knd solutions for many of
lp!rx problems involved,
will speak at Saturday
jiing session in Chicago's
water Beach hotel.
\Jvcob Launches
Education Program
Jacob Congregation this
[launched its adult education
m under the direction of
Tibor Stern.
ledule includes regular ses-
lin Bible, Saturday, 4:30 p.m.;
fe and religion, Sunday, 6
Monday, 6 p.m., codes and
ns: Tuesday, 6 p.m.. prayer in-
ttation; Tuesday, 8 p.m., Tal-
Wednesday, 6 p.m., Psalms;
hrarsday, 6 p.m., ethics and
kophy.
O NEW YORK Joseph M.
Proskauer, honorary president of
the American Jewish Committee, a
prominent national figure in the
fight against bigotry who was one
of the leaders in the successful ef-
forts to include human rights pro-
visions in the United Nations Char-
ter, will be awarded the American
Liberties Medallion.
Irving M. Engel, president of the
Committee, announced that the sil-
ver medallion will be presented to
Proskauer, former New York State
Supreme Court Justice, at the Com-
mittee's national executive board
meeting this weekend at the Edge-
water Beach hotel, Chicago.
The first American Liberties
Medallion award was made by the
Committee in 1955 to Federal
Judge Learned Hand. It was pre-
sented last year to Sen. Herbert H.
Lehman, of New York.
The medallion presentation will
be on* of the highlights of the
Committee's three-day annual
executive board meeting. Several
hundred community leadersed-
ucators, judges, businessmen, at-
torneys, government officials, la-
bor leaderswill participate in
the sessions.
Judge Proskauer, who marked
his 80th birthday in August, is a
native of Mobile, Ala., and a grad-
uate of Columbia University law
'Footlighters' Elect Officers
"Footlighters" held their first
luncheon meeting in the Schehera-
zade room of the Algiers hotel
Thursday.
Members of the entertainment
world were organizers of the group
and elected comedian Leon Fields,
president; Bobby Byron, M.C. and
social director of the Algiers ho-
tel, first vice president; comedian
Larry K. Nixon, second vice presi-
dent; Arne Barnett, musical direc-
tor of the Algiers, recording sec-
reary; and Murray Franklin, treas-
urer.
The "Footlighters" are pattern-
ing their operations after the work
done by the Friars Club of New
York.
'Harvest Moon Ml'
North Dade Jewish Center plans
a "Harvest Moon Ball" Saturday
evening at the Center. Parent-
Teacher Assn. is in charge of the
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He gained public recognition
as a lurist, philanthropist and
civic leader. Apart from serving
as a leader in Jewish philanthro-
pic an* welter* oi-genfeatfomr, he
has been a member of the New
York City charter revision com-
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At the United Nations confer-
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consultants to the American dele-
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efforts which culminated in the
inclusion of human rights provis-
ions in the Charter of the UN.
He has devoted his energies and
leadership to urging the alleviation
of the plight of the hundreds of
thousands of displaced persons in
Europe by opening the doors of
Palestine and the United States. In
January, 1946, he testified before
the Anglo-American Committee of
Inquiry on Palestine, asking for the
abrogation of the British White Pa-
per and for large-scale immigration
to Palestine.
"A wonderful flight," said
Jock Hay Whitney]U.S. Am-
bassador to England, as he
stepped off one of El Al's
new jet-prop Britannias after
hitching ride from Bristol to
London last week. This was
second Britannia to be de-
livered to El Al Israel Air-
lines, which is scheduled to
start regular trans-Atlantic
jet-prop service from New
York to Europe and Israel on
Dec. 1. Left of Whitney is
William Channing, European
manager of Time and Life
Magazines.
'Keep Occupied' is Topic
At Spinoza Forum
Third lecture in a series on "The
Art of Living" will be given by Dr.
Abraham Wolfson Saturday at the
Spinoza Outdoor Forum, 11th St
and Ocean ct. Topic is "Keep Oc-
cupied."
At 8:45 p.m. Dr. Jacques Fresco,
Miami psychologist, will address
the Forum. A question and an-
swer period will follow.
Pro/. Phillips is Speaker
"The Twentieth Century Great
Idea" was the topic of a talk by
Prof. Arthur Phillips, of the Uni-
versity of Miami, Sunday at a meet-
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iKoubek Center.
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Fridays
Planning Group GatherT^
Community planning committee the Aaed *^0|
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed
eration will hold a special indoc-
trination meeting Tuesday, 8:15
p.m., at the Jewish Home for the
Aged. 150 NE 52nd St., Mm. Stan-
ley C. Myers, committee chairman,
declared this week.
Major item on the agenda is aland' JJLF*'****
request '
/rj^o
of certain ho,^'0"*
' the Jewish "Home for I PtorlS?*" "^
wnest m-m
From left are officers of newly-formed Florida
Trade Union Council for Histadrut: Charles F.
Towle, Samuel Macy. Howard B. Walton. W.
O. Frazier, Mrs. Ruth Saillant. Gregory ].
Baracke, William Ownes. Frank Roche, Al
Bsilin, Max Wexler and George Pfaffendorf.
Others elected but not in photo are Mrs. Violet
Cole, Morris Drapkin, Ernest G. Bellis, Ru-
dolph Votsch, Joseph E. Henry and David
Frechette.
mm
Was***
NORM win-
TAKE -L" BUS-oVrf7,'!?

Form Trade Council For Fla. Hisradrut m,m "* *,m
A list of newly elected, officers
ot the Florida Trade Union Council
ir Histadrut was made public
Wednesday by William J, Owei
president.
The council has been formed
here to assist Histadrut in establish
ing trade schools, and to offer other v'1''" p
economic aid to Israel by organised cnairman of the executive board;
labor in Florida. ^,rv Nuth Saillant, corresponding
Isecr '..r; Mrs, Violet Cole. record-
Officials *r* conferring this ing secretary; Morris Drapkin,
week on the type of project they treasurer: Charles Towle. publicity
chairman: Moshe Berman. Florida
executive director; and Gregory J.
Barriacke. national executive di-
rector
will undertake and support. Con-
ditions frOTi their conference
will be made public next week,
Owens said.
Newly elected officers, in addi-
tion to I )wens, are U \ Wexler,
vice president; Samuel L. Macy.
an of the executive
PEACE PLANS FOR MIDEAST
Continued from Page 1 A
die East.
Trench Ambassador Alphand was
ruted at the slate department
Continued from Page 1A
Its activities to the Turkish-Syrian
frontier.
Russia's chief delegate Andrei
Gromyko. backing Syria's com-
plaint- against Turkey, told the
General Assembly that "Israel too
has been assigned a part to play at
a certain stage in connection with
plans lor Turkey to invade Syria.
Israel, which discredited itself com-
pletely last year, gives little
thought to its future. It looks as if
Israel is cutting off the branch on
which it sits."
SID LEWIS (
ORCHESTRA
The board of "directors who will
servo for 1957 and 1958 are: Al
Berlin. W. U. Frazier. David Fro
Joseph K. Henry, George
Pfaffendorf. Frank G. Roche. Ku
Jewish Leaders
At Paris Confab
Tuesday by Robert D. Murphy, De^ o,phVohHowaS BtaltZ.
lit) I ndcr Secretary ol State. and Ernest G. Bellis.
PARISTwo residents of Mi-
ami Beach Monday joined some 180
other delegates, welfare agency
l heads, government officials and |
j leading figures from Jewish com-;
i munities of every West European j
| country at the opening session of
the 12th annual American Joint
dullah Al Khavvainwt"wiii "dumZ HTnCS a general meetin8 to be j Pjs,ribu,'n Committee country di-
Jlle I held at the Algiers hotel Monday rectors inference a the UNESCO
the Aladdin rnnm House
Israeli Minister Hersng was sched-
uled to meet with Loy Henderson
Deputy Under Secretary of State.
latl r Tuesday.
Saudi-Arabian Ambassador Ab-
Meeting Scheduled Monday
Mrs DavJd iiuakat, president of
the Loui>e-Brandeis chapter of
American Jewish Congress, an-
nounces a general meeting to
Tuesday. Spokesman White later ,
said the ambassador discussed a i k", '" 'he ,Aladd,n room
Film on integration. "A City De
number of Middle Eastern ques-
tions, including the Syrian issue.
British Foreign Secretary Selwyn
Lloyd also met for some time with
Dulles to discuss the Middle East
rides." will be presented.
Also on the program in tribute
to United Nations Week is Mrs
Louis Biderman. of the American
Assn. of United Nations.
THE WEEK... IS I IE IT
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atg^fJff 'wi.Vn/f0"5 ins!rri0n ,chem" ,h* **> ^an and
SKSarSSSSSs-swafi
upon Miami Beach High as an *SS%ZZ*2J5^2* looks
Presumably. Mr Katz feok imnlii f exotlc c""re.
different than any othef ^tZml^Z^V^ ft "&
have been the bewildered ple,or' afd from* T"?* dec,arcs to
oo ,s outraged by the Lnn i ich h "' ?natM- he
themselves on religious holidays. Cons.d^m* ,h kT^"5 Cnduct
and explicit comment on himself u-taS he'r implicit
as the schools chief execute Mr Katz 2 '" ? WeU as on his r'e
students should either he m ^na'gogue oTa't ^ooT" CnC,Ude **
iogicu tmamm not t schools 'domaih ""
CACT IS SUCH a conclusion can not he his t .i.
"" reason, can ,t be Rabb, Stern s -0 an'oS? Th !" ,he S"Be
the public school's domain to hand down Su7ar r, dent shall observe a religious holidayfTVh.ch h/ ? tbh
MM*. In his moral indignation, andinmSnJav T* !xcused ab"
of his offices to mimeograph cards. rAnemdKS' 2? facilit,es
restriction on his and the school's poin I, orgot1thls -tW
Principal Katz inadvertently or othererf" i ral lndi8"ation.
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Jewish Federation.
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ference session heard addresses
given by Amory Houghton. U.S.
Ambassador to France; Jacob Tsur,
Israel Ambassador to France; Ed-
ward M. M. Warburg, chairman of
the AJDC. and Rabbi Herbert A.
Friedman, executive director of
UJA. Charles H. Jordan, director-
general of AJDC. presided.
Under discussion at the Monday
ision was AJDCs Malben pro-
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tober 25. 1957
'Jew!si)fhrklltr
Paqe 7 A
ish Jews Soured on 'Superiority' of Communist World
JNGTON An Ameri-
ck from a tour of Po-
Ihat increasing anti-
lere has resulted in
i a d disillusionment
|h Jews who had hoped
and institutional life
under communism.
rael Mowshowitz, of
[in the current issue of
Ual Jewish Monthly,"
at Jewish Communists
late Poland's organized
imunity have under-
lie ideological change
year. The primary rea-
ls is the rising tide of
km which the Gomulka
appears unable to
Thlt was Dr. Mowshowitz' sec-
ond visit to Poland in the past
year. Ho it spiritual leader of
the Hillcrest Jewish Cantor in
Flushing, N.Y. On* Jewish Com-
munist leader told Dr. Mowsho-
witz: "Wa had a boautiful
dream, but that draam seems to
ba dying."
As anti-Semitism increases, the
rabbi says, the Communist-run
|"Kulturgesellsch,it!" the organiz-
i ed Jewish community), has allow-
ed greater Jewish content in Yid-
dish schools. Even the Yiddish
language newspaper, though still
! carrying the Communist line, has
' become outspoken in criticism of
the government.
"The conviction is growing
Handy Christmas, of Miami, officially designated Oct.
Iv. 3 as "B'nai B'rith Membership Week." Proclamation
ie in presence of (left to right) Stanley Caidin, president
hrida Men's Council of B'nai B'rith; Mrs. Murray Laz-
iresenting Women's Council of B'nai B'rith; and E.
allot, president of District 5 Grand Lodge. Drive is
national campaign and will seek to enlist 50,000 new
in 50 days.
B'rith Lodge Will Hear Reports
evening monthly meet-
lami Beach B'nai B'rith
ll be held at the Algiers
fcday, 8:15 p.m., lodge
Jack M. Fink has an-
I will be given by commit-
nen, including Walter B.
B'nai B'rith Youth com-
mittee; Daniel M. Broad, Israel
committee; George Kronengold,
ADL committee; Irving Schatzman,
membership committee; Henry M.
Waitzkin, citizenship and civtc af-
fairs committee.
Edwin Marger is program chair-
man. A social hour will follow.
among many members of the Kul-
turgesellschaft that Communism
has failed in the all-important
field of minority group relations,"
Rabbi Mowshowitz writes.
An example of the change in at-
titude is the Jewish Communists'
reversal in official policy which
had previously opposed mass emi-
gration to Israel.
"They held firm to the opin-
ion that Jews must build a fu-
tu for themselves on Polish
soil," says Dr. Mowshowitz. The
opposition to emigration has
riow weakened considerably, if
it has not disappeared alto-
gether."
In the past Yiddish schools did
not teach Jewish history as a sep-
arata subject on the theory that
Jewish history should be incorpor-
ated in any general history course.
Now, the rabbi notes, Jewish his-
tory is being taught in special
courses. Another important inno-
vation has been introduction of
Hebrew study.
Rabbi Mowshowitz, In summing
up the plight of Polish Jewry, de-
clares that emigration, primarily
to Israel, is the only "solution in
sight."
The increased freedom of ex-
pression Poles have won under the
Gomulka government has brought
to the surface latent anti-Semitism
which is now being felt, he says.
Another irritating factor. Dr.
Mowshowitz writes, is the influx
of some 10,000 Polish Jews
30,000 more are to return in the
next two yearswho have been
repatriated from the Soviet
Workmen's Circle Chorus
Resumes Friday Rehearsals
Workmen's Circle Chorus of
Greater Miami, under the direction
of conductor Abraham Haiduck,
has resumed rehearsals following
its recent concert given before del-
egates to the Workmen's Circle
38th conference of the Southern
District.
Although the repertoire of the
chorus consists of music in several
languages, its main interest lies in
furthering the heritage of Jewish
music, Haiduck said.
Rehearsals are held every Friday,
8:30 p.m., in the Educational Ly-
ceum, 25 Washington ave., Miami
Beach.
Workmen's Circle Chorus is an
amateur group, and the public is
invited to participate.
Union. Of these, 5,000 have al-
ready moved on to Israel. But
the Polish government, presum-
ably under pressure from Mos-
cow, has closed emigration
doors for these repatriates.
"Homes are at a premium in
war-shattered Poland," Dr. Mow-
showitz finds, "and the general
population does not look kindly
upon reset!lement of Jewish re-
patriates in their midst."
The right to emigrate Is still al-
lowed other Polish Jews, however.
In the /ace of increasing anti-Sem-^
itism, the Gomulka regime "has
reconciled itself to the fact that
there is no other way out."
For those Jews who are leav-
ing, the move is "primarily for
the sage of the children," says
Dr. Mowshowitz. This also ap-
plies to many would-be assimil-
ationists.
In his article in the B'nai B'rith-
sponsored periodical. Dr. Mowsho-
witz tells of a leading Jewish Com-
munist who sent his young son to
a summer camp along with an-
other Jewish neighbor's boy.
When they returned home the
neighbor's boy complained that
frequently he had been beaten up.
His own son made no such com-
plaint. When the father asked
why the neighbor's boy replied:
"lie did not tell them he" was
Jewish. He attended church reg-
ularly."
Shortly thereafter, at a meeting
of Jewish Communists, the father
announced he was taking his fam-
ily to Israel.
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*Jewish fhrkMan
Kurman Calls Emergency Meeting
To Plan Pay Your Pledge'Drive
Frido
Open House Week at new North County YMHA Branch began
Monday night. Weik of activities will be chmaxed by dedi-
cation ceremony Sunday afternoon, Oct. 27. Above is front
view of latest branch of Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center, legated a! 14036 NE 6th ave., and now in active oper-
ation.
New GMJCC Branch Will be Dedicated
Official dedication ceremony of
the new .North County YMHA
\CA
Branch of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center will take
Sunday efamoon, at 3 p.m..
in the branch auditorium at 14036
NE 6th ave.. it was announced this
bj Mrs. Milton Sirkin. GMJCC
president Milton Balsam will serve
as chairman ol the event, which
the first development of
a full GMJCC branch operation in
the northern end of the county.
1 Mayor Thomas Sasso, of North
Miami, and Commissioner Fans
|Cowart, chairman of (he Dade
Count) Commission, will bring

1 ited fund and Greater Miami
Jewish l ederation, of which the
Center is a beneficiary agency, will
also he represented.
Harold Thurman will speak for
| Federation. Rev. Leland Ed-
munds, of the North Miami Pres-
byterian Church, will welcome
the new branch in the name of
the Greater Miami Ministerial
A sen.
Dedication of the building will be
conducted by Rabbi B. Leon Hur-
wttt, of he Zamora Jewish Center
representing the Rabbinical Assn
of Greater Miami. Mrs Sirkin
will discuss the significance of the
services offered by the Center,
which now conducts three other
branches in different part* of Dade
county, as well as a number of ex-
tension programs with other organ-
izations.
Marion Present has been selected
by the teen-axe clubs, already spon-
sored by the new branch, to greet
the assembled audience.
An emergency breakfast meeting
has been called by Abe Kurman.
chairman ol the CJA collections
committee, to plan a two-week "Pay
Your Pledge" dine.
. than 10 community leaders
will meet in the Matador room of
the Seville hole! Sunday morning.
i.m., to organize a swift-mov-
i a li to meet the
growing demands of local, national
and overseas beneficiary agencies.
Notinq that the government or
Poland has invited the Joint Dis-
trTBufTSn Committee to seT up
welfare programs to aid the
thousands of Jews being repat-
riated from Russia, Kurman call-
ed for maximum support of the
emergency cash drive.
Kurman explained that the JDC,
which receives its funds from the
I'nited Jewish Appeal, has been the
major voluntary American agency
aiding needy .lews oversell since
the beginning of the first World
War Polish officials halted JDC
operations in behalf of needy Jews
in Poland on Dec. 31. 1949.
' Now." Kurman said, "with some
10.000 Jews already having been
allowed to return to Poland from
the Soviet Union, many of them
ill. with no jobs available, or in
need of welfare services, the pres-
ent Polish government has invited
the JDC to organize aid programs
for the Jews already back in Po
land and for others expected to
return in the coming months.
"JDC. with the full approval of
the United States, and with confi
denee in American Jewry's sup
port, has accepted the task of pro-
viding immediate assistance for the
returning Jews in the areas of
housing, employment and child
care."
Stressing that agencies sup-
ported by the United Jewish Ap-
peal already are hard-pressed to
continue rescue and resettlement
programs for the more than 100,-
00 recent Jewish refugees from
Egypt, Eastern Europe and North
Africa, Kurman said the added
responsibility of helping Jewish
repatriates in Poland "makes it
more imperative than ever that
we provide a swift and continu-
ous flow of cash to the UJA from
our CJA campaign pledges."
Aarn Kravit, h
leor School Students
Mark United Nations Day
Lear School Junior High com-
MBtoratad United N itkna Day in
ceremonies at the school auditor-
ium.
Plying tribute to the I'nited Na-
tions, -indents under the direction
Of teacher Mrs Bella-Wexler pre-
sented a playlet. The Best Bar-
gain in the World Cast for the
production included Eugene Sha-
piro. Freddie Nussbaum. Stacie
Broida. Judy Linick. and Marilvnda
Cohen.
Ceremonies began with the flag
salute led by David Kulok. and a
reading of the United Nations
prayer by Iris Wagner.
One of the largest volunteer com-
mittees in the history of CJA
pledge collctions will be on hand
Sunday morning to get the cash
drive under way.
Members of the collections com-
mittee who will spearhead the two-
week cash campaign include:
William Agranove, Morris Black.
Archie Brick. Mrs. Alyce Brodv,
Leo Chaikin. Joseph Cohen. Joseph
Dailett, Leon Ell. David Elwitt
Ezra Fincgold. Jacob Fishman!
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1411 NW 14th ave. Monday after-
noon, Miami Women's Unit of CP
held a membership tea at the home
of Mrs Edna B. Gompers, 1937 SW
16th ave.

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* Jew 1st fk rili tri
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tcs from- the JKaUi m ^nlpit
Mlotting is another fe a series of articles prepared by spiritual
\ here for The Jewish Floridian "Rabbinical Comer" in cooper-
kuith the Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn. Rabbi Abraham
n of Tifereth Israel Worthside Center, is coordinator of this
'program.
By
IERBERT BAUMGARD
[Dade Jewish Center
tion for this week tells
bd made a covenant with
(Gen. 15:18). The es-
Jthp tjriffr" or coverrarit
It was that God would
^ham with the gift of the
|rae] and Abraham, for
to follow God's law.
brali Portion for last
J>l\is in? concept, devel-
|a- >r cnt.iries by the
|(hit God established an
with all mankind by
entire people of
nan! of the peo-
il of the nations"
6 .
bi mention of brith-cove-
a personal basis as be-
man (and his children)
The prophetic concept
3od on the one hand and
nkind on the other, with
be mediator, the nexus
God and all of mankind.
Munificent notion found
pok of Isaiah is so often
by our Jews. We fre-
RELIGHTING TIME
lishri 5:29 pan.
*
\bbath <^<
ouently remind God of His rela-
tionship to the people of Israel,
and we ask for personal favors]
but we ignore the grander pro-
jection of the covenant idea which
imposes upon Israel the role of
world-teacher and World-leader.
Too often we Jews operate with-
out a sense of mission. We have
become so involved with our own
problems, intense as they may be,
that we have not been able to
reach outside of ourselves to serve
as the world's leaders in attaining
those objectives outlined by our
prophetic forebears.
The seeds of the idea proclaim-
ed by Isaiah are to be found in
the Torah. God does not merely
say to Abraham that He will bless
Abraham. He goes beyond that
to say ". and be thou a bless-
ing" (Gen. 12:2). The notion that
all of mankind will be served by
an enlightened and dedicated Is-
rael is expressed in the divine
words ". and in thee shall all
the families of the earth be bless-
ed" (Gen. 12:3).
Israel is not to serve as a bless-
ing to the world" merely by pro-
claiming goals and establishing
abstract concepts of justice and
peace. This function she has ful-
filled by the deeds of her past
which are recorded in the Torah,
Tanach, and world history. Israel
can serve as a blessing by its self-
fulfillment as a nation reborn,
presenting to the world again a
restatement of its classic example
ervices in K-jreater
RABBI HERBERT BAUMGARD
. bridge to God
that dry bones can come to life
again. Despairing people through-
out the world can take heart from
the example of a people which
repeatedly demonstrates the pow-
er of resurrection in spite of its
repeated crucifixion.
But the grand projection of Is-
rael as a "light to the nations, a
covenant of the people" involves
more than mere self-fulfillment.
Israel must help the nations fulfill
themselves. Jews, wherever they
may find themselves, whether in
Moscow or Washington, must
serve as philosopher-kings, as
ethical prophets, as political
sages. The Jew in a small com-
munity has the responsibility of
being the moral leader of that
community, whether it be in a
business sense or otherwise.
Only to the extent that each

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rH ISRAEL. 7801 C.rlyl.
Ddox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
" ; m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.
i>w to Barn God's flavor."

EMES. 2535 SW lth
^or Morris Zimmerman.
i ii, Bar Mitzvah: Char-
'" .U"l Mrs. Henry lleluft.
>AVID. 2625 SW 3rd avo.
live. Rabbi Yaakov Rosen-
por William W. Llpson.
13 |i in. Sermon: "I'nlteii
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.ir Mltivah: Howard, son
Mr lack Bott; Howard,
and V ShtMoa K;i\
!L. 5M SW 17th avo. Or-
Mbbi Shmaryahu T. Swir.
*"' p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.
n the Magnificent Failure."
.
EMETH. 12250 N.W. 2nd
srvative. Rabbi David W.
fantor Hyman Fain.

5RAEL. 4000 Prairie avo.
Rabbi H. Louis Rott
I Saturday 8:30 a.m.
iwbirih of Israel."

JACOB. 301-311 Washing-
Orthodox. Rabbi Tiber
^ntor Maurice Memches.
p "> Saturday 8:30 a.m.
'I"- ld..l Called Ammunl-
[RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd
>odox. Rabbi Arie Becker.

[TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave.
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
WAY JEWISH CENTER,
live.

I HEIGHTS JEWISH CEN-
P'M NW 2nd ave. Con-
:1* P-"l- Beivlees conducted
." Tifatlaa
ER-GRAN AD A. 50 NW
Conservative. Rabbi Mur
Mat,
e
"UtJERDALE EMANU-EL,
Andrews ave., ft. Lauder-
*"m. R.bbi Marius Ran-
HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th
St. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander
Groat,

HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS. 951
Flamingo way. Conservative. Rab-
bi Leo Heim.
Friday 8:1.", p.m. Sermon: "The Rain-
bowA (iodly Resolution." (men tfhab-
bat hoats: Mr. and Mis Herbert Bu.\-
baum. Saturday n a.m.
e e o
HOMESTEAD CENTER. 183 NE
8th St., Homestead. Conservative.
M~rls Gertx officiates.

HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE BETH
EL. 1645 Polk St., Hollywood. Re-
form. Rabbi Minard Klein.
e e e
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 ter. Conservative. Rabbi Mor-
ton Malavsky.
Ki ida\ 8:15 p.m. Sermon: ''Backing
(In Family of Nations." Services dedi-
cated to United Nations Week. Satur-
day 8:4.". a in Bar Mltxvah: Martin,
sun of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur (Joldberg.
e e e
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehr-
field. Cantor Abraham Self.

MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGA-
TION. 1101 SW 12th ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Berele
Kelemer.
Friday S p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m. Ser-
mon: Can \\Y Slop the Deluge of
Atornir Bombs?"

MONTICELLO PARK. 164th St.
and NE 11th OVO. Conservative.
Rabbi Isaac Lerer. Cantor Jacob
Goldfarb
Frlrta.N pin S,rmon "Slrlvlnir
award. Saturday 9 a.m. Ser-
mon: "Weekly Portion."
e
NORTH DADE CENTER. 13630
W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi
Henry Okoliea. Cantor Maurice
Neu.
K'.....v 1:16 pin. Sermon: "New rie-
Rlnnlnga." Saturday 9 a.m. Mar Mtts-
nth: Keith Barlah, .-on ,.f Mr ami Hr
i;.n Chafeta
NORTH SHORB CENTER. 6
75th st. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowifz. Cantor Edward Klein,
Saturday 8:4a a.m. Sermon: "Week-
ly Portion." Bar Mitzvah: Ran v. son
oi Mr. and Mrs. MorrU Frleder.
see
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER.
715 Washington ave.
*
SOUTH DADE JEWISH CEN
TER. Reform. Rabbi Herbert M.
Beumgard.
Friday 7 and 8:15 p.m. at 116 Merries'
hldK., University of Miami. Sermon:
The Prophet MIchIi What In, We
Have lo Im to he KWiploUH?"

SOUTHWEST JEWISH CENTER.
6438 SW 8th st. Conservative. Rab-
bi Abraham Levitan.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144
Chase ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish.
Friday 8:18 p.m. Bermon: "Forty
Years Since the So\ iei Revolution.
iCii-l in a Series of flVS on siKlllfieant
anniversaries.) Saturday 10:15 a.in
Bar Mitzvah: Richard, son ol Mr. ami
Mrs. Paul A Stern.
v o) m
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701
Washington ave. Conservative.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Is-
rael Roich.
Friday 5:45 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Ser-
mon: "Weekly Portion."
e e
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th
st. Reform. Rabbi Joseph Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
Hlday S:15 p.m. Rabbi Morris W.
(raff, assistant spiritual leader, to of-
ficiate In the absence of Rabbi Narot,
Sermon: "First Aid for Kinotlons."
a
TEMPLE JUDEA, 320 Palermo
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skop.
Cantor Herman Gottlieb.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Koi urn topic: "The
Jew Defined." Saturday 9:1. a in Par
Mitavah: Fred, MOn of Mr. and Mrs.
Irwln Camner.

TEMPLE NER TAMID. To be
erected at 80th st. and Tatum water-
way.
see
TEMPLE SINAI of North Miami.
131st st. and N.E. 6th ave. Re-
form. Rabbi Benno M. Wallach.

TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred
Waxman.
Friday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "The
Righteous of Our Generation." Satur-
lay 9 a.m.
e e e
TIFERITH ISRAEL. 6500 N.
Jew identifies himself with Abra-
ham and Isaiah shall the prophecy
be fulfilled. "Am I indeed a bless-
ing to my neighbors?" the Jew
must ask himself. "Am I indeed
a light? Do I serve as the media-
tor between God and the world?"
The Jew fulfills himself best
when he helps mankind fulfill it-
self. We might say, on the basis
of the texts we have discussed,
that a Jew is not a Jew unless he
serves as the bridge between the
world and God, as the ladder up-
on which Jacob might climb to
Heaven.
Hebrew Free Loan In Function Here
First membership function of the
season for the Hebrew Free Loan
Assn. will be held Sunday evening
at the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center auditorium, 450 SW
16th ave.
Hefomw- Free been- provides
funds on loan at no interest.
Dignitaries from the state, coun-
ty and city governments are ex-
pected to attend the Sunday func-
tion and will be guests of honor.
Sidney H. Palmer will act as toast-
master.
Under the leadership of Isidore
Schwartz, the association has ex-
panded greatly and has helped
many needy families here. Sch-
wartz is now concluding his sev-
enth term as president.
Serving with him are Philip Berk-
owitz, first vice president; Sidney
H. Palmer, second vice president;
Morris Eckhaus, third vice presi-
dent; Harry Goldberg, treasurer;
Clara Eckhaus, financial secretary;
Zion Sisterhood Meets
Temple Zion Sisterhood met on
Wednesday evening at the Temple,
5720 SW 17th st. Program includ-
ed a panel show, "Sisterhood Wants
to Know."
Zelda Kunst, recording secretary;
GeGrtrude Phillips, corresponding
secretary; and Sam Seigel, Max
Rappaport and Louis Weintraub, in-
vestigating and lending committee.
Yolanda Bernstein. Mrs. Ger-
trude hnUun.iiu.il. rfermasMnd
Mrs. Mary Hir=horn will be in
charge of refreshments.
Miami Federation of Musicians,
Local 655. is donating the services
of a band of six. A record turn-
out is expected.
Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham Herson. Cantor Albert
Giants.
IrridM !" pin. .-Vrmon: "The Ark
of Kaitli." Oneg Sh.ilili.it in honoi ol
committees for High Hoi Ida] sendees
and participants in services. Baturday
i> a.m. Sermon: "The Near Moon anil
the New Reflections."

TORAH TEMPLE. 1254 West
ave. American Judaism. Rabbi
Abraham Cassel.
e e
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44
Zamora ave. Conservative. Rabbi
B. Leon Hurwitz. Cantor Rudolph
Brill.
Academy Pupils
In Salute to UN
Eighth grade students of the He-
brew Academy were to present a
playlet in honor of the 12th anni-
versary of the establishment of
the United Nations Thursday in
the Academy auditorium.
"Let's Look at the Record," "
written by Donald Swartz, Social
Studies instructor at the Acad-
emy, oortrays the various agen-
cies of the United Nations and its
accomplishments since being or-
ganized.
Participating in the presentation
were to be the following students:
Jessica Hurwitz. Faith Reinhard,
Joyce Esses, Ann Yedlin, Rita Pol-
lack, Larry Nadler, Leon Firtel,
Daniel Aranoft, Daniel Azulay,
Leonard Kornreich, Michael Ber-
cun, Alfred Kaye. Jerry Backman,
David Holland. Arthur Spolter and
Robert Andron.
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EEELARY MMXIHjy
Beautiful New Book by ADL; Also: A Negro Views fa
YOUR NEIGHBOR CELEBRATES. By Arthur Gilbert and
Oscar Tarcov. 118 pp. New York: Friendly House
Publishers. $2.50.
JUST OUT IS this beautifully printed and illustrated book
which goes on a year-round survey of all the Jewish
holidays. Meant primarily for younger readers, the hook
chats easily about the meaning of each holiday and the
ritual connected with it. Explanation of symbolism leads
harmoniously into short notes on some oi the differences
among orthodox, conservative and reform observances,
done without apparent prejudice toward any group
-tacluded- ali4Mw-4>iM{MrN~n-*tie Sabbath. Bar Mil/
vah. confirmation and the synagogue itself The High
Holidays sections are especially complete, while the chap- Judaism by Christians wca
ter OK Passover is marred by the mystifying omission of sion all the bed-rock moral,m in, a ^lyfeo.]
the meaning of the name of the festival. One of the most and the concept of a uni Ch is ^cto J
praise-worthy aspects ol the book lies in its emphasis on have been finding in their^h1 Hh'c whlcl> *iUl
the significant! o! each holiday in modern terms. Thus, r mance'or cJ?l
"Purlin is happy reminder that while evil may seem ISRAEL to aaat ._
all-powerful al times, it can be defeated if people of good
laith work together," and Chanuka "symbolizes the tri-
umph of faith in God over brute force ... It strengthens
the conviction that religious freedom is the right of every
people and that God desires man to worship Him in free-
dom."
"Your Neighbor Celebrates.'' which has been planned
also for use as I guide fn furthering understanding of
SAIL CARSON
Immigration into Israel is Here to Stay
CROM ISRAEL'S VIEWPOINT if you would judge
what's best, note what the Arabs attack with real
Topmost on the Arab agenda here this year is Jewish im-
migration into Israel. That been rocked and
roiled by everj Arab speaker In this year's "general de-
bate. The "general debate" is a United Nation
through which the foremost representatives of member-
countries voice the major foreign policies ol their govern-
ments. So when you hear one Arab performer after an-
other yodeling the same tune you max be sure thai the
lyrics are straight out of the Arab League propaganda mill,
regardless of the melodj styled in accents "pro-Western."
"pro-Communist." "neutralist." or just ibberish
They simply don'l like Jewish immigration into Israel,
never did But this year they showed more alarm
than ever about the influx into Israel Listen to some of
the Arab- as the) mount the General Assembh podium
this year:
Israel is ben.: used for a new enterprise of Im-
perialistic expansion. The maintenance of a continuous
influx in Israel constitutes one of the imperatives of this
poiic)
That was the voice ol Syria's Foreign Minister. Salah
ei Dm Bitar. And here is Egypt's ditto, Ifahmoud FawsJ:
II could no) be ignored that unrestricted immigra-
te n into the Jewish area of Palestine might, over I period
PAVED SCEEWARTZ
of years, give 11st to a population pressure ;:nd to eco-
nomic and political disturbances which would justify pres-
ent Arab fears of ultimate Jewish expansion in the Near
Bast. It can scarcely l>c Ignored that Jewish immigration
into the Jewish area ol Palestine concerns not only the
Jewish people and territory, but also the neighboring Arab
world."
True. Dr. Pawzl was quoting outdated words spoken
years ago in different context by the late Count Folke
Bernadotte. But how the Cairo man smacked his lips
when he reiterated these worn-out fears of Jewish immi-
gration Into Israel.'
The theme was pounded by Syria. It was milked by
Saudi Arabia- contribution to the tragi-comedv of inter-
national affairs, that peripatetic soldier of fortune. Ahmed
Shuk.ni>. who came here first years ago as a representa-
tive ol Jordan, switched allegiance to Syria, and now
speaks for His Royal Highness. King Saud. Charles Malik
Of Lebanon coupled Arab fears of Israeli "aggression '
with Israel s "plans for territorial expansion And the
big guns were fired by Jordan's delegation chairman Dr
Yusui Ha.kal. Virtually livid with excitement, Dr. Haikal
shouted that:
"It is ino-t imperative to put an end to uncontrolled
Jewish immigration to Israel -- the present unlimited
Jewish immigration being the most real and immediate
danger to the stability ol the area."
ISRAEL TO MB. A N.9ro Social wj.
J-ldaJIwem. w'pp W^'*.
Company. $4.50. V,rk: Bhesi
LJRS. J. IDA JIGGETTS is ai^ th 1
"Jewish book by an aLZ>X?**L
and Health of Jews." A former ',T ""^1
Theological Seminary of Ann" Tt1^
awards and citations for her work',? ,, ""N
Her second trip to Israel. ,n "g *3
of the American-Christian Pale-t.n rS?1"
she now lectures on life in Israel """*->
Her book is note-wort hv on manv ., A
la not afraid to be personal, and he'aZ 1N
anecdotes reflecting her natural ^*S
of ant.-Negro prejudice in Israel a 1 *
tie. but the process of recording her ft.
dug deep into the mainstream of K^ *
sense of humor, too, which pops UD 1,2.1
l.'ci,df place, and she .,', jN
Most important, though, is the tremeirij
Of information on all aspects ol Nrael f
travel through the friendliness of the ne!
tourist data invaluable to those planning SSf]
and perhaps even more valuable lor thosTnatl
trips. The book, which has over 100 photom
plete with detailed descriptions ol people and!
this highly observant, vivacious woman for I
with the country, it's almost a- good as gomgj
ELEAEEU SAIJ'fTER j
Newsmen Up in
Anne's Friend Simply Steps Out of a Book
JHIS IS A day of wonder- Man-made moons' But did
you ever tee a character step out of a book? That
it a wonder, too.
Lies (loosen-, the Dutch girl whom Anne Frank men-
tions so frequently ,n her diary. Anne's closest friend, has
,w Mr p'' I "'^ S,a"'S fr"m toMl L'- (:""
' now .Mrs. Pick. She is married to Major Pick of the I-
laeii army.
.h..MfcGOd,..^nne Frank wrote in ner diary, "that I
should have all I could wish and that Lies should be seized
b) such a terrible fate. I am no. more vrtuou- than she
She. ,oo. wanted to do what was right. Whv .should I
Chosen to live and she probably to die-
But Lies, with the big soullul, sad eyes, didnl die.
RERPERT G. WWW
Freedom Fight Filmed
DIONEER MOVIE MAKER A.
happened to be in Central
the Hungarian revolt. "The Beast
ture now completed for Allied A...
Mayos trip to the Aus.ro-Hungar.an border region where
he secured documentary film material of the actual t
fighting Budapest in addition to other data Th m S
picture was inspired by events that happened on that Bhuk
October day of 1956 when a handful of'youngster capfu e,l
the radio station in the Hungarian capital and gave the sfg
nal for the desperate struggle for liberation *
fi^n CKrrent T'? marks Mayos """"> to the cinema
after an absence of almost eleven years It was in kuk
that a heart attack forced him to re ire He ha returS?
at 59. as the producer of the hard-hitting sfory of Hun'
gary's freedom fighters. y 0I Hun"
During his long career as a director Archi* ifn .
responsible for such outstanding motion pfc JJ^S
Polo starring Gary Cooper. "Petrified Fores*" with the
SSS^-" -"" -SS MSB S
The veteran movie producer started in cK... u
in 1916. became an extra, a writer Idfnallv a Sir
and,has been associated with more than 2^p c^ures ^
Ob Of Louis and Emma Mayo, he was educated ?n Nel
York pUbllc schools, attended Clinton High and ,hen
( oljimbia University. His ambition was to become a son?
writer and it was while he was singing a new nun^nr
a musica Droducer nmH iob n. ..*.. .. T numer for
It has circled
Poor Anne died! But her book lives on.
the world like that man-made satellite.
1a !k thc play based 0B Anne Franks diary re-
r'Jrnl ,KPU','-Ze.r fS?: B has *** P|a>'<* '" KS
(.ermany the In.ted States. Israel everywhere to ful
houses. In Germany, the effect has been profound A
Wen companies have been performing it. We are told
that the customary applause at the end of a play has been
absent. The effect of the diary U too Stunning Nothin"
t has been said, has brought home to the Germans'
the consciousness of their guilt as this teen-ager's diar]
In Germany pilgrimages have been made to her g?ave
sTaughte^ed JewsaV,'AWh,r<' ^ "^ wi,h 25000 ther
siau htered Jews. Anne i story is their story too'
What Harriet Beecher Stowej "inde Toms Cahin"
n.....,... I!.. _.'.'.''m,.Sne .d*"t accuse the Germans.
cheek.
BmS_SMOLAR
THE ISRAEL FOREIGN Ministry land sonwofff]
tions abroad) never excelled in public rejaal
in the technique of keeping on good terms nil
papermen.
There were times not so long ago when tat]
Ministry was notorious for its -nobbish prfls
non-Jewish journalists, putting foreign correjpoaL,
happened to be Jewish in a second^lass categorjJ
attitude was so pronounced at one time, that aj
Jewish correspondent wrote a formal letter to tk-I
Ministry charging it with anti-Semitism in itspsL
tions.) It is still a fact that while the top oUiria]
Foreign Ministry go out of their way to proraiel
tion to some newspaper correspondents who act
lab, representatives of some of Americas jraafl
agencies and radio-TV network- who happen Ubj
must often fight tooth and nail to obtain tk-n
formation.
Press relations during thc Sinai campaipkl
were so bad that Premier Ben Gurion appoiaUj
vestigating committee and later, answering apt
Parliament, accepted personal responsibilitj lorMI
with the clear implication of improvements utWj
However, the Israel authorities cannot can
themselves of the conspiratorial atmosphere lj
many of their officials still preier to conditftwL
state. Such things as appointment list's for t^*j|
tine matters at the White House or the State Djr"
are never published in Jerusalem nor is a list'
held by the Prime Minister or the Minister oflj
Affairs available later, except for individual*
ments made for propaganda or publicity purposv
As long as the "proper channels'' of Fompl
were just not too helpful to the pros, the con*
took it with stoical good humor and did somtM'j
directly from the news sources directly, and "1
successfully. Suddenly, however, the Ximwj
press access to the Ministry. What had beeti jaw
petence. overnight became willful, if not maW"j
ference in the regular news-gathering activitw
pondents
Europe's History a Blight on Humanity
VHP CIVTU .,-....._
THn-:^^^^^r rnestoryof
the years ISOO-lSel has J.IheJte'tion period -
tains a chapter on Jews that everv ^ PU^ish*d' 't con-
read, m less than 30 pages m? n" t* "^ """"
ly how Jew, ^Z. !!!l M.r Dura"t relates very gra-
read Utt ?u" *S? th *y Jer
>ges, Mr. Du
lands during ,haT^t"^^' *^S3 ^nSJ
Phically how Jews were
France in 1320. the ^kmJTSP? I" Sou,h"n
'" way through Alsace andI the ihln".* 5 Germ,n>' al1
murderous mania against Jew. ,25 and '" 1336' the
v-r.a Bohemia. Moravia and Austria "^ ,hrU8h Ba"
^^^l^^ by growing entire Jewish
Jews, to use them as physicians, to ^"'^i
Jews into ghettos and compelling them to -
Not to speak of the notorious >italf^t
and Portugal and the burning of Jews or
pulsions from other countries for."'"'Lji
Christians. All in all. some 510 >"'*SdfJ
annihilated in Christian Europe in the m ^i
Century alone as a result of pogroms, a
were killed in Erfurt. 12.000 in Bavaria, ^,
in Worms. Frankfurt. Oppenheim. an(1/AU(ib*^
pelled from Cologne, Spcyer, Strasbourg.
burg, Mainz. Ulm and other German cut ^ ^j
of their
communiti in Southern F;,Ve^,5ing '^ Jcwish
nrori... for Bern*S|!-l.?kSaVOy' a" Jews around Lake llm?., b n b.urnin*
^ "* "M" <*^srjsra ^zz.r^nM'" \
In Vienna, at the advice "'/""LJ^ws
gathered at their synagogue and killed i ^i
mass suicides occurred in 0tneri*


Br 25, 1957
.. +Jmisti norktian
\L NOTICE
Ice under
sos name law
,.i;Li.v OIVBSN that
riesli [ng to engage In
the fictitious name df
|f. .I-'FEE SHOP at MOO
Mi.mil. intend to nag"
uli the i ) I lade County, Florida.
p IV. Don a I DfcftJN
%ISE I K INAL1 'Si N
Sol.- I IWIll'I'S.
Li.ism
111].In IlltS
f,\j. Miami, Fie.
Jnty judges- court
dade county, flor-
^BATE. No. 41869-A
of
OSTERMAM
i
Tr> CR-EDI'TORS''"4'"'
nd Ail Persons Hnv-
inanda Agamst.^Sald
li'ii'. notified 11 nd requlr-
|: clalma mid demand!
\ have against the m
III iSTERMAN ili-i used
unty, Florida, to thf
of l>adii (.bounty, and
in their offices In the
lhi.ii>.' in l>ade County.
eight calendar months
l the first publication
same will lie l.arred.
hris HBIMAN
TaNI.EV C. MYERS
}\ s under Ist Will and
.f Eva I'i'ustciman,
deceased.
|M w A KAIM.an-
IM A N
lExei it..is
Miami. Fla.
llRCUIT COURT, 11th
llRCUIT. DADE COUN-
lA No. 206385
Ttambauoh,
IBAi-c.H,
Tby PUBLICATION
IStambaUgh. Koutt- I. Box
xa>. .ii i squired t" file
t > tli. 'plaint for Hi-
gh.' Clerk Of the above
>p) th. r.-of upon
Atty., ISOB Congress
., ..ii ..I before No-
I u dse complaint will
. (si ii. Dated, > in.-
Li I HERMAN, Clerk of
Circuit Court.
:,.: ii:\. Deputy clerk
CUIT COURT OF THE
|Au CIRCUIT IN AND
[county, flor.da in
No. 206481
I
PUBLICATION
I > iciidatil
ul. New York
HEFTI. AUK HEREBY
| iplalnt i oi Dl-
, against you, nnd
bj required t.. serve >
Mi u.r oi Pleading to
Ii.....n Plaintiffs Attor-
|l.l. a 111 iiiEltS. 120 l.m
I I uli. Florida, nnd
thereof In the office
lot the i i nit -oiii t on or
ilay of November,
the allegations of said
bill be t iken as confessed
I Miami Fleaeh, Florida,
. I. tober, ItST.
: ATI IE It MAN. Clerk.
11...I.- Count) Florida
lb: It. II. RICE, JR..
Deputy Clerk
U
LEGAL NOTICE
Page 11 A
_,- NOTICE UNDER
..n,fCTI '^US NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBV blVEN that
the undersigned, desiring ,,, engag.
10/4-11-,'''"' ""W
lii
RE: Estate ol
BENJAMIN RoSF.NSTdck.
ised. *v~n.
To All
Ing Cl.
r.st.'tre"
u/*Dt?Ji T0 CREDITORS
<-LVm """'I "-"U A" 1'ersons Hav-
win lie barred
Mil.TON A FRIEDMAN,
Miami. Florida.
10/11,1S-26, ll/i
IN T?NnCcnJY JUDGES' COURT
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
im ui.. ,. No- 41471-B
IN RE: Estate of
ESTHER H-I.I.K VIXIKL
11,', eased.
r AiiN To AM ( .editors and All lVrsons llav-
oJLjJ- "' l),l"aml'i Aaalwrt Said
I'.
1
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-.V". .are hp,>-,,-v notified ami re-
quited to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of ESTHER WOLF Vo-
V 'i.t .l'1 ''......*'" County,
Mot Ida, to the County Judges of Dade
County and file the same in their
olflo.-s In the County Courthouse ,
"'V1, County, Florida, within eight
calendar'months fr..... the date of the
fust publication hereof, oi the same
will be bailed.
GLADYS BARRETT
ui l.l.l AM WOLF
Executors.
o.->. .. ,.">: ,;i'ul> Bassett.
AARON M K ANN l-.'lt
Attorney for Executors
tit Shore land Bldg.
Miami 18, Plot
10/11-1S-1'5. ll/l
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY (IIVEN that
tin- mi.,ei'siKiifd. dealrlna to engage m
- under the fictitious nai......t
Decoratorn l Taperj Bet vice al ISO
vw. ist Street intend! to register
said name with the Clerk "f the cir-
cuit c.uirt ..f i>.i,ie County, Florida.
DECOR AMI SALES AIUS. INC.
A Florida Corn.
PALLOT, SILVER \ MULLOY
ah,, ne) for Applicant*
Tin Congress Rldg.
10/11-1(1-25. 11/1
5TICE UNDER
TIOUS NAME LAW
HEREBY GIVEN that
ped, dealrlna; to engage In
'. r i he fictitious name of
Hi I IT CO. at 317 Lincoln
hi Iteoeh, Intends to reg-
ie with the Clerk of the
ft "f lia.le County. Florida.
HUBERT M1SSRY.
ILI.I.
Applicant
Ai.-. Miami. Fla,
lOTICE UNDER
ITIOUS NAME LAW
S HEREBY GIVEN that
d. desiring to engage In
Ith i th.- fictitious name of
\A\ BXl'i APARTMENTS
biiik Avenue, Miami Reach
|glster said ntma with the
circuit Court of Dade
trlda.
lA.MEISTKR 1/3
I'.RAMEISTBR 1/3
KliEI-BLUM and
l-IiEl.lll.lM his wife 1/3
SCIH'LM \N
;f Appllcanta
'Rd., Miami Beach.
5UNTY JUDGES' COURT
,F0R DADE COUNTY,
N PROBATE No. 40493-A
'': V.".-.VAi
|CE TO CREDITORS
ptors ..i..i aii Persona Hav-
"' Demands Against Said
reby notified ond required
'inns and demands
live against the es-
!!' ISR V. 8CAL .1.
' uuntv. Florida, to the
* Of Dad. County, and
In their offices In (he
f"house in Dade County,
f'i"i eight calendar months
the flrel publication
tie Ijist Will and
r"> of LOUISE V. si'.M,,
JKR, Atty.
'-'Ik Mmml. Ha.
*Oti*
JST BROS ftv .
the BE SI
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY (IIVEN that
the undersigned, dealrlna: to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Hotel \- Restaurant Drapery Com-
pany at IM N.W. 1st Street int.nils
to register Haul name with the ileik
of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv,
Florida.
DECOR AND BALES AIDS, INC
A Florida Corp.
PALIXVT. SILVER .- MULLOY
Attorneys for Applicants
Toi Congress nuig.
10/11-18-25, 11/1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ol
Customs Hrapery Company at 150
N.W. 1st Street Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida.
DECOR AND SALES AIUS, INC
A Florida Corp.
PALI/OT, SILVER & Ml'LLOY
Attorneys for Applicants
701 Congress Bldg.
10/11-1(1-25. 11/1 .
NOTICE UNDER _
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (IIVEN- that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Nu-Vue Patio Shop at 18320 S. Dixie
Highway, Perrlne, Fla., Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dude County,
Florida.
HARRY RECK.SON
10/11-18-25, 11/1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Gt'S A JACK s GROCERY at 7808
N.W 17th Avenue Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
OI'SSli: C,ECHT*tAN
JACK GECHTMAN
KESSLER (JARS
Attorneys for Applicants
I MR B.W 1st Street
10/11-18-26,11/1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OfVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Ib.t.l \ Restaurant l'pholstery at
in V >> 1st street Intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
i ir. i..t Court of Dade County. Flor-
ida
DEODR AND BALES AIDS. INC.
A Florida Corp.
PALLOT, SILVER *- ML'LLOY
in...... i-.ii 'inlicaiits
701 Congress Bid*.
i 11 -i --.... u/1
LEGAL NOTICE
that
m.r.Si27tCE UNDER
v,.-,F, CJITIOUS NAME LAW
,. NOI I' .: IS HEREBY GIVEN
ii'sille""1"""'.....' 'l"-s"i'-' to engae in
The vaut'.T'"' ffiS .te"Uou name of
I in- .Nautilus Hot,. at 1885 CoIUiih
Avenue, MM! ,.,,., ,.:,
"I "..... WJth the Clerk Of the
grot"! court of i lade County, Fior-
NAITIUS (lI'ERATINC. CO.
BURNETT ROTH A 1"'"'""1 COrB'
Attorney for Applicant
420 Line,.In R.....i
io/n-18-M, i,/i
NOTICE UNDER
_FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
.NOTICE is IIEKkhv GIVEN that
'tie on erslgned, desiring to engstge in
nisin.s under the fictfiloua assrfe of
i.ei.e Beach Apt. Hotel al i!.n i.n,-
erty Avenue, Miami Beaeh, intends
to-aeslatfruaatd naio.. wi, the clerk
,.. "!'.' V'.'"1'"" Court f faue Coun-
ty, Hoi Ida.
BEATRICE C. CUTLER
LEON A EPSTEIN fe" 6WB
Attorney for Applnant
420 Lincoln Road
lu/11-18-25. 11/1
NOTICE UNOErt
F CTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
I UStness iimie, the fictitious name of
A \ OolUmaa Bros, and A. A. Goltz-
man Brothers at 911 N.B. 79th Street
Miami Int. n Is to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dale County, Florida.
EASTERN VAN LINES, INC.
KOVNER MANNHEIMER
Attorneys for Eastern Van Lines, Inc.
I0/I-11.18-M
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA, IN PROBATE No. 41651-A
In RE: Estate of
ETTA S. I'.It'll IKS
I I,-cease.I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To AH Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You are hereby notified anil re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have aaalnsl
th.- .state of etta s BROOKS de-
ceased bite of Dade County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same in their offices
in the County Courthouse In Dade
County. Florida, within elht calendar
months from the date of the first i. I,-
llc;iti..n hereof, or the same will be
bin red.
MILTON A. FRIEDM \N
Administrator
M'l.TON A. FRIEDMAN. Atty.
iota SeyboM i'.ldg.
Miami 12, Florida
10/11-18-25, 11 '1
NOTICE UNDC.R
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deslrlns t.> engage in
business undo*1 the fictitious name of
THE TOY CHEST al 8801 Collins
Avenue Miami Beach int. nds to reg.
ater -al1 name with the Clerk of the
i i uit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
MARK F. UPTON
OR \vsn\ & L'PTi IN
Attorneys, for Applicant
940 Lincoln Road, Miami Reach
10/4-1I-18-2C
NOT'CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 'S HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deslrlntr to engage In
I M.ine .. tinder the flrlltlous name of
BVBREAPY SALES & SERVICE at
L'll Mh Street, Miami H'-arh intends
to regls'er sail name with the Clerk
of th Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
T.V. RENTAL AND "ALES CORP.
n Florida Corp.
HARRY A GORDON
Attorney for Applicant
740 71st Street, Miami Beach
10/4-11-18-25
NOT'CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERFRY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deshim: to engage In
business under ?!> flnfltlmi" n"w of
COIN MATIC-F-VVASH at 218 Shore-
land Rldg., intends to re-istc M
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Countv Horida
COINAMATIC-I- "MSH CORP.
niorlda Corp.
SIDN'EY FFROVSON
Attor'-ev for A"licant
218 Shore'and Rldg.
|S/1l-18-2o, 11/1 ____________
NOTTK IINncR
pir-r|-riot'e MME-t-*,v
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, des'--!"" to en-nc- in
THT- TITTLE lVM'PVGATI.O BTnltK
.,. 2f'> SalreHo Avenue. Coral < .-hies.
Klnrdla Intends to reel-e.' said r,"--
wl.h t^e Clerk o' the Circuit ( otirt Of
pade County. inorida.RoTHMAN
BI'RNETT ROTH
Aftnrnev for Anollcant
fO Lincoln Road
10/11-18-25. 11/1 _____________
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under 'he fiet"lo.. name of
DBVY-LEA APARTMENTS at 2855
Royal Palm Ave., Miami Beach, Fla.,
Intend to register said name with
th* Clerk Of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
JULIUS BINCOFF and
ELAINE BINCOFF his wife as
an estate by the entlret)
IRVING C. SPEAR
Attorney tor Applicants
216 Roper LIiIk.
10/11-18-26, ll/l
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 41831-A
In RE: Estate of
SARAH FEL1K
- ..Iileeeaaed. .,,,,, ,,., ... ,-^
_ NOTICE TO CREblTORS
To All Creditors and ah Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You are hereby notified nnd re-
quired p. present an} claims ami de-
mands which you may have against
ii.....state of karaIi FELIK de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same In their offices
In the County Courthouse in Dade
County, Florida, within eight calen-
dar months from the date of the first
publication hereof, or the same v. ill
be barred.
ROBERT FELIK
As Executor of said estate.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, Atty.
lii-:l Seybold Bldg.
Miami. Elollda.
10/ll-18-2.i, 11/1
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 4,653-A
In RE: Estate of
MARY PEARL FRENCH
11.-.eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Sal I
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir.
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of MARY PEARL FRENCH de-
ceased late of Dad,- county, Florida,
to the County Judges of Irid.- ('..un-
ty, and file the same In their offices
in the County Courthouse in Dade
County, Florida, wltnln eight calen-
der months fioni the date of the first
publican .n hereof, oi the same ^ II
be barred.
ELIZABETH DOUGLAS, Executrix
A. C. LOWEJRY, Atty.
imi N.W. si si T rraoa
Miami 47. Florida.
1", 1-11-18-26
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the iiniieisiun.il, iles.ring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ..f
IIEIt.s COASntl I'll ON in at '..i:,.)
East Broadview Drive, Miami B
Florida intend to roflristei said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit C.niit
of Dade County. Florida.
IRVING BERN
0460 East Broadview Drive
Miami Beach. Florida
KATZ AND ROSEN
Attorneys for Irving Hern
......nco'n R.I.. Miami Beach, Fla.
10/11-18-25. 11/1
NOTICE UNDER
F)CT.TIOUS NAME LAW
Notice IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious nan
Lie's Luncheonette, D'Arceys Restau-
rant and Luncheonette, D'Arceys
Restaurant, D'An.-vs at 1K.1" Alton
Rrad, Miami Beach. Florida Intend to
-..ii names srlth the Clerk
of the Clrclul Court Of I>ade County,
I'l.......I,
DAVID R. COHEN
- i AM BY It COHEN
KOVNER ft MANNHEIMER
Attorneys for David A.- Stanley Chen
(in Line. '! I!.i Miami Beach. Fla.
10/11-18-25, 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. 203884
Robert qaus
Plaintiff
vs
MARY IIANLEY GAI'S .
l lefendaut.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: MART IIANLEY QAI rf
527 Abb 'tt A\onus
Rldgeflel i, New .Jersey
v. a are hereby notified that a Bill
oi Complalm for Divorce has been
flleu against you, an l you are requir-
ed to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to tin- Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorney, STREET A:
? REENFiELD and file the original
Answer or Pleadlns in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 30th day of October, 1957.
If you fall to do so, Judgment by de-
fault will hj taken against you for
the relief d. iiiaiiihd in the Bill ol
Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this iiOili day of September,
A.D. Ifi.u.
E. B. LBATHERMAN. Clerk, I
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida.
(seal) By L A. CLEARS,
Deputy Clerk.
STREET & GREENFIELD
Attorneys for Plaintiff
42o Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
lo. t-ll-ls-25
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to end
..... fictitious name of
Decorators I'phoitten Service si 150
N w i-i Street intends to 11
said name with the clerk of the Cir-
cuit "i" ol I 'ad. i 'ounty, I- lot
DECOR AND SALES AIDS, IM
A Florida Corp.
PALLOT, SILVER A MILI.oY
Attoi n. vs foi Applicants
7"! C Ig-
10/11-1W5. 11/1
iTTtHE CIRCU'T COURT OF The
F. IV-NTH JUD C'*L ^"CUtT oe
Ft ORIOA IN ANO FOR DDE
COUNTY in CHANCERY No. 20589*
jO-AvV MOTLEY
Plaintiff
vs
FRET) E' LIOT MOTLEY
Defendant.
NOT C" BV PUBLICATION
TO: rm-'n ELLirrT MOTLEY
719 Hemstead Place
Charlotte, North Carolina_____
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
nnd required to ee-ve a copy of your
,\,|....,.r ,. nther rdeadinr to the Bill
of Complain- 'or Dlv-r- e fl'ed against
v.ui hv JO-ANN MOTLEY. In the
l^.. u.yleH ea-se. upon JOSEPH W
MA1.EK """ Lincoln Road. Miami
Beach Florida, and file the orlelnal
thereof In the offle of the Clerk
of th" ab-'Ve s.vte.l C ort on or he-
f,,.' the 7th due of November. lR7,i
itherwls" the a llega' h m said Bill
will lie taken s enfe-sed hv I
ihti'Ii this :iOth day of Septem-
ber, II
E R T.CVTIIERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, '"'- Pourtv Fl
By R. H rice, jr.,
Deputy Clerk.
10/4-11 -
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD ClAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 2O5e20
LEAH HOFFMAN
Plaintiff
vs.
MICHAEL HOFFMAN
Defendant.
NOT C BY PUBLICATION
TO: M CH IBJL HOFFMAN
MM WSI "ih Street
Liooklyn, New York
TOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to
., r\, cup, oi your Answer or Plead-
iiiK to the Plaintiff's Complaint for
Dtvon-e on the Plaintiff's Attorneys,
GENET A.- GENET. 420 Lincoln Road,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 4,455-A
In RE: Estate of
EDNA KUBEL
I'.' ease i.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Psrsoni Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Sail
v... are hereby notified and requir.
ed to p nd demands
which you ma., have acalnst thi
El 'N \ Kl 'BEL dec ased late
Ol Dad' County, Florida, to the Coun-
ty Judges ol l l.l.l.- County, and file
ne In i heir offices in the I
tj Courthouse in D d< Count]. Flor-
ida within elfin oalendai months
flora the date ol the first publication
"i tin i..... w iii I., barred,
ALICE SINGER, Executrix
GEORGE CHBREN, Atty.
ii"7 ol- mpla Bide.
Miami 32, Florida.
10/4-11-18-V
NOTICE TO DEFEND OR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT DF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN II AN'i'EIiY. No.
MORRIS TASHMAN
Plaintiff.
VS.
MATHILDA TASHMAN
I 'efenilant.
SUIT FOR D'VORCE
Tt i MATHILDA TASHMAN
ls-40 llrd B.....i
Rego Park, L.I.. NY.
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of complaint toi Divorce has an
filed Bfatnsl rou, and you are required
to serve cop] of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the Plaintiff's Attorney. GEORGE
CHBREN, (07 Olympls Bldg., Miami.
Florida and file the original Answer .':
Pleading In the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the 20th
day of November, 1957. if you fail
to d.i so. judgment bv default will i>
taken against ; > i :>r the relief de-
."I in the BUI of I 'omplaint.
DONE ANfl i IPDBRRO al Miami,
Florida, thN nth .lav ..i October, A.D.,
U57.
E B. LEATHFRMAN Cleric,
Ctrcull Court, Dole Countv, Florida.
(seal! Bj M. C. GREEN,
Deputy Cl.rk.
GEORGE I'lM'tEN-
ait..nic> for Plaintiff
607 Olvmpia Bldg.. Miami :','.'. Fla.
10/18-2... II l-l
NOTICE UNDER
F CTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to encage In
Miami Beach .19, Florida, and file the I business under the fictitious name of
o iglna; Answer In the Office of the S'A,aH," Sl N.',""':S JV ?i", V'i
C'leis ..f the circuit Court on or be. | Kg^* wuTSe'Sera
f..re Noremb-r ... 19.7, otherwise the of ,,1,. Circuit Court of Dade County,
( omplaint will he taken as confessed I Florida
h\ you.
DATED this 30th day of Septem-
ber, I
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida,
(seal) By L A. CLKARE,
Deputy Clerk.
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9-kmltfncrkJton
Jewish Scientists Spark U.S. Drive to Outdo Sp
hank mast.*." ."*
rocket resaarch sometime* find
themselves working together
with Gorman scientists who do-
volopod Hitler's "V" rockets. But
rocket mon look to tho future
rether than tho post.
As chairman of the U.S. National
In Im the Guggenheim fund for I(feguiiittee for the International
the promotion ol aeronautici Geophyaical Year. Dr. Kaplan is
brought l>i Theodore von Karman jtlU.v wllri p|ans for launching an
to the United States With him [American earth satellite in Decem-
cante the rocket age. The Hun-|ber i)r Kaplan thinks in terms of
garum-born BCieAUal provided' exploring man's relationship to his
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
JTA
Washington
America's rocket and space satel-
lite potentialities have been aided
by Jewish philanthrophy and scien
tific genius.

nations.
1 demonstrated hul
America with its first jet propul-
sion laboratory, the first U.S. rock
et manufacturing company, and the
advisory recommendations that
shaped the IS Air Forces long-
range planning. His aerodynamics
cosmic environment as a phase of
international cooperation. He hopes
the Soviet Union entertains similar
peaceful objectives. He visualizes
the nations of the earth sharing the
scientific benefits of new know-
rasearch role did much to enable |,,(|Ke rather than plotting mutual
I S jets to break the sound barrier, destruction.
The bead of the US. program to
launch a space satellite is Dr. Jos-
eph Kaplan. The American "sput-
nik" leader is a tall, witty 56-year-
old physicist. He also finds time
l.i serve as president of the South-;
em California Chapter of the Amer- as chjef of thp 0perations
loan Friends of Hebrew lmvers,t>., Ana|ysjs Sect.on of (he Air Weath.
er Serviee. He has served as chair-
However. Dr. Kaplan recognizes
the importance to America of the
\ outer space race launched by the
Russians. Dr. Kaplan holds an Air
Force decoration for "exceptional
civilian service" awarded for his
Sheldon Baumgarten is new-
ly appointed executive di-
rector of Agudath Israel He-
brew Institute, whose relig-
ious school began activities
Sunday and Monday. Spe-
cial classes for beginners
are daily Monday through
Thursday. 3 to 4:3U p.m.
Lost yeor Dr. Kaplan received
tho Astronoutieol A word of tho
American Rocket Society. Tho so-
ciety includes more then throe
times as many Jewish rocket ex-
perts then the proportion of Jews
in the general population would
indicate. Dr. Milton Rosen, a
leading naval rocket expert, is on
tho rocket group's board of di-
rectors. The many Jews in U.S.
free Tickets Available for Luise Rainer film
"The Great Walt/." starring
Luise Rainer, will be shown at l
and 8 p.m., Thursday. Oct. 31. on
the cinema IV feature film serie
at the Miami Public Library, One
Biscayne blvd.
The screen operetta is a fanciful
account of the musical and emotion-
al highlights in the life of compos
ei conductor .lohann Strauss II, and
of his rise from a reluctant bank
clerk to the Waltz King.
Free tickets will be available to
anyone over 14 at 6 p.m., Oct. 28.
man of the Mined Committee on
the I'pper Atmosphere of the In-
ternational Union of Geodesy and
Geophysics and is president of the
International Assn. of Geomagnet-
ism and Aeronomy.
The Talmudic roots of Dr. Kap-
lan's personal philosophy are evi-
dent. This can bo soon in hit idea
that man might not answer all
questions in his search for know-
lege but that ho is not froo to de-
sist from that pursuit.
Dr. Kaplan thinks it likely that
'"we shall find some of the things
we now believe to exist and some
that we do not even dream of now
The answers we will find will he
tbe starting points for new ques
tions. Knowledge does not end., it
is a march toward an unattainable
goal. But because the goal is un
attainable do not think for a min-
ute that it must not be pursued i
One successful experiment, one,
scientific rocket flight means not man badVI !>
that the goal is nearer it may ,an. some SdI?*1*
be but that man has taken an- Y.ddish BFt*
other step in the mastery of his tell Knod jew[sh**
env.ronment. In 1M, Df?%
Dr. von Karman is personally without success to
more responsible than any other ,can businessmen to c
scientist for development of Amer-j Manufacturing. ww
ican rocket and jet potentialities, refused to enter *h
When he celebrated his 79th birth-1 efed a risky venture,
day last year, von Karman was dub- man invested his on'
bed "Mr. Aviation" and honored by 8' university col
the Air Force. I with him. They foi__
A close friend of the late Albert iC?rp:.wt"chll9
Einstein, Dr. von Karman has care-
fully refrained from publicly airing
his personal political views. How-
ever, the magazine "Air Force" re
cently published the reply he made
when asked if he thought there
will be a standoff in the missile
race between America and Russia.
He said: "This is political, not
a technical question. You are ask-
ing what will a nation do. It is
liko tho old Jewish story. A rabbi
approached the house of a man
who had a dog that barked vici-
ously at him. The rabbi drew
away, but the owner said, 'you
don't have to ha afraid of him.
Don't you know that dogs that
bark don't bite?'
'Yes, I know it,' replied the rabbi.
'But does the dog know if?"
At the age of 70. Dr. von Karman
became head of Agard (Advisory
000 people in three 1
plants building engigqj
guard earth satellite i
the intercontinental i
diate-range ballistic
Dr. von Kirmu j
sponded to the i
of Gen. H. H.
mine what air *(
prevent World W|
port, issued in late I
the Bible for Air I
It included visionm/i
of a "Sputnik''
automatic celestiil
nuclear bombs maij
other thin fission, i
planes, and intern
siles and other rot
A regret voiced by Dt|
man is that he is si I
rocket crisis he cannotl
teach. "I always
Croup for Aeronautical Research professor." he said.
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Birth D*x ... A grandson arrived Oct. 8 to
delight Mr. and Mr. Maurice Samuels, of 2110 SW
21st st. Edward Scheer weighed in at 9 pounds
4 ounces and that's a lot of boy! Proud
grandmother Mrs. Rosamond Scheer hostessed the
bris at the Samuel*' home Oct. 15. which over 100
guests attended Cantor William Upton, of
Synagogue, officiated.
iVoyager Sam and Tlllie Schachno, of 725 Alton rd., have
[from their.jaunt to Israel, Switzerland and Franee, where
led relatives While homeward bound on the Queen Eliza-
i conducted Yom Kippur services and made an appeal for the
Btional Fund .
to make a perfect ending to a lovely trip, the Schachnos
pveral hours later by radiogram that their daughter Juliette
bldon) Rothberg, of Brooklyn, had given birth to their first
pghter, Esther.
Alfred Gottesman left her Biscayne Island home this week
(tended trip to points north First stop will be Toledo, O.,
|ood reasons There she will visit Mr. and Mr*. Irving Pol-
brother and sister-in-law. and Mr. and Mr*. Samuel Ciraltky,
Ihter and son-in-law, and her new grandson, little Douglas
foit is stop number two, for a visit with her sister Jeannetta
^rry) Ash Traveling with Mrs. Gottesman is her good
Ars. Nettie Waxberg. who has been her houscguest here for
. And stop number three will be New York, where Mrs.
will have Mrs. Gottesman as her guest for a month.
the mailbag, a charming card from insurance exe,c Bernard
ho is (now where would an insurance agent go?) up in Hart-
kin., and eager to get back to "warm and friendly Miami" .
lished guest at the Delano hotel recently was William C. Staie,
Ir emeritus of research medicine at the University of Pennsyl-
l. Dr. Staie was here to give the annual Phi Delta Epsilon lec-
fche UM school of medicine Oct. 17 Each year an outstand-
les--or from another area of the country is invited to speak to
tical students under the auspices of the Phi Delta Epsilon
Club of Greater Miami ... His topic was metabolic abnor-
i in the diabetic state.
Bier's Club of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority will hold a card party
in the evening at the Caribbean hotel The party is being
rd by Mrs. Rose Morovchick to honor the memory of a departed
and past president, Mrs. Miriam Stein Proceeds will be
j purchase a memorial plaque, to hang permanently in DPhiE
. room in the new Panhellenic bldg. at the University of
k Helta Phi Epsilon pledges at the UM are Susan Talianoff,
* daughter of the George Talianoffs, 4560 Meridian ave., Tobi,
^r of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fishman, of 4454 Meridian ave., and
(lighter of Mr. and Mrs. David Friedman, 7440 Carlyle ave.
breamed I went to my birthday party in leotards" That's
Bpnencd to Ethel Specter when she and her husband. Sheldon,
p in at the Biscayne Point home of Paul Rimmeir There were
friends shouting "Surprise!" and Ethel, who had expected a
liniormal evening, dressed for lounging in short shorts and
n the fun were hostess Carol Sinclair, Seymour and Rhoda
r, Myra and Stanley Cohen, Edith Appelbaum, Marty Stern, and
anil Blanche Friedel Also Ace Polos and Robert Rubinstein,
lerior decorator who did Paul's home Comedienne Patsy
fs .-lick, quick limericks highlighted the frolic.
. lo be in Europe now that the tourists have gone home! .
[advantage of a late-season trip are Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wien,
" N. Bay rd. The Wiens left last week for Chicago and the
^g of their new hotel, Chicago Airways Then to New York
mo show-seeing, and on to Madrid for the ASTA (American So-
ii Travel Agents) convention .
Wdrid will be jumping-off place for Turkey, Athens and Paris
ney'H be back post-Thanksgiving.
n Kaye, recently returned from New York and Washington,
Jore Miami friends on Fifth ave. than he sees here on Flagler st.
ran into Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Werblow, the Irving Lovitts and
"d Mrs. Morrrs Lansberg, who were all on their way to Mike
"intimate" little party for 18,000 at Madison Square Garden
|e also saw Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Rubin and Mr. and Mrs. Ben
pd, who were doing some Fifth ave. shopping.
for bridge at Mrs. Herbert A. Frink's Jefferson ave. home last
[was a group who have been meeting for nine years now for
eon and bridge Mrs. George C. Menninger, Mrs. Jack Adel-
r- R. C. Lohmeyer and Mrs. Louise Harbin make up one four-
Also Mrs. W. Lee Berber, Mrs. W. W. Edwards, Mrs. M E.
"er and Mrs. Morice Sencher.
fledging Sigma Delta Tau is UM coed Shayna Rosenstrauch, the
F"er of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rosenstrauch, of 1815 Michigan ave.
Phi Sigma Sigma pledges include Judith Alpert, daughter of Mrs.
f I. Surloff, 7620 Byron ave., Cynthia, daughter of Bert Weinstein,
Hi Hawthorne ave., Jean Drahmenn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M
'. 4431 Alton rd., and Barbara, daughter of the Mac Kulicks, of
[Dickens ave.
P* M Keller \ Celebrating witb a party at the Fontainebleau
F* many New York guests, and two grandmothers, Mrs. Florence
*n and Mrs. Minnie Raff.
<
< k from their European tour are Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Aronovitx,
> Flamingo dr. Sam and Millie left Aug. 5 on the SS United
'for England, Holland, Austria, Spain and the French Riviera
*nile in Vienna Dr. Aronovitx went on a professional tour of the
"s Algemeines Krankenhaus.
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Miami, Florida, Friday, October 25, 1957
Section B
Books Help Sinai's Sick Recuperate
Mrs. Joseph Duntov, chairman of library committee of Mt. Sinai
Hospital Women's Auxiliary, discusses with co-chairman Mrs.
Benjamin B. Rosenberg and committee member Mrs. Samuel
Mayser book to be reviewed by Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg at
fifth annual review session sponsored by hospital's Patient
Library Tuesday, Oct. 29.
SDT Installs Chapter on UM Campus
During Weekend Filled With Action
Realizing a dream of many years.
Sipma Delta Tau, international col-
legiate sorority, will install a chap-
ter on the University of Miami cam-
pus Saturday. Named Alpha Mu,
it will be the 34th chapter of the
fraternal order since Si?ma Delta
Tau's inception at Cornell Univers-
ity in 1917.
Fifteen undergraduates, pledged
to the sorority colony in February,
will become charter members of
the new chapter. An honorary
member, Mrs. Irven L?venson, of
Miami Beach, will-also be initiated
with the group. The initiation and
presentation of the charter will be
presided over by Mrs. William Kutz,
;iighland Park, III.
She is national president of
Sigma Delta Tau. National offi-
cers assisting Mrs. Katz wiii be
Mrs. Morton A. Grant, Surfside,
immediate past national presi-
dent now serving as alumnae
chairman, and Mrs. Paul Gold-
man, Miami Shores, magazine
Rummage Sale,
Carnival Slated
By Beth Emeth
Beth Emeth Sisterhood will hold
a rummage sale at Farmer's mar-
ket Sunday. Mrs. Herman Ross, is
rumaiage chairman.
The Beth Emeth Carnival is of-
ficially underway with the delivery
of lumber for the booths which
members of the Men's Club will
build.
Sisterhood members Mrs. Saul
Reiter and Mrs. Norman Adler
are co-chairmen of the gala af-
fair to be held on the Center's
grounds, 12250 NW 2nd ave.,
Sunday, Nov. 3.
Carnival will be set up and
booths decorated early, while chil-
dren attend Sunday school classes.
All booths, games, food and bazaar
will open for business at 12:30,
when classes are let out.
Local merchants have donated
the new merchandise which will be
on sale at the bazaar booth oper-
ated by Mrs. Isidore Ifshin and her
committee.
vibscription chairman and pub-
lication assistant.
The installation weekend will be
filled with activities: On Friday
evening, there will be Sabbath ser-
vices at the Hillel Foundation, ded-
icated to the establshiment of Al-
pha Mu. Following this, a buffet
supper will be held at the Sigma
Delta Tau suite in the Mary B.
Merritt Panhellenic bldg.
Charter members, sponsors,
pledges, alumnae, and visiting offi-
cers will attend. Following the
initiation ceremony Saturday, a for-
mal installation banquet will be
held at the Algiers hotel. Mrs.
Grant and Mrs. Charles Festinger,
Coral Gables, alumnae advisor to
Alpha Mu, are co-chairmen for the
installation weekend events.
The 15 charter members are
Barbara Breakstone, Judy Fried-
rich, Harriet Lipton, Gianna Ser-
moneta and Lynne Werblow, of
Miami Beach; Barbara Barron
and Laurie Zisock, Chicago; Saurv
dra Simon and Natalie Wagner,
Pittsburgh; Rita Benemy, Atlan-
ta; Susan Rein, Cleveland
Heights; Merilynn Kaplan, Den-
ver; Nancy Morrison, Ft. Lauder-
dale; Carole Damiger, Helena,
Ark., and Ellen Sack, Laurence,
N.Y.
Collegiate sponsors of Alpha Mu
chapter are Phyllis Rosenbium,
current president of the colony, Su-
san Weinstock and Louise Lefko-
witz, all of Miami Beach. Working
closely with the undergraduates is
the Miami Alumnae League. Pres-
ident of this group is Mrs. Howard
Gieen, of Miami Beach.
Miami Ladies
In Annual Event
Annual membership tea of the
Sisterhood of Miami Hebrew Con-
gregation will take place Tuesday,
1 p.m., at 1101 SW 12th ave.
Highlight of the affair will be
a playlet. 'Banishing the Evils."
written and directed by Mrs. Wil-
liam Weintraub.
Ladies of the Sisterhood will par-
ticipate. Mrs. Peter Duchon is
chairman of the event.
Have you read a good book lately?
Patients at Mt. Sinai Hospital
constantly read many good books,
thanks to the efforts of the Patients
Library, one of the vital services of
the Women's Auxiliary of the hos-
pital, of which Mrs. Meyer Eggnatz
is president.
The library has been in existence
since the opening of the hospital in
1950 and now circulates some 1,000
volumes a month to patients and
employees.
On Tuesday, Oct. 29, at 1 p.m.,
the Patients Library, under the
chairmanship of its founder, Mrs.
Joseph Duntov, will sponsor its
fifth annual book review and des-
sert coffee in the air-conditioned
Memorial room of the hospital.
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, of Beth
David Congregation, will review
William H. Whyte's curent best-
seller, "The Organization Man."
Purpose of the book review, which
is open to the public, is to supply
the library with the latest popular
fiction and non-fiction. Admission
will be by donation of a book pub-
lished in 1957 or its monetary
equivalent.
Mrs. Duntov pointed out that al-
though the Patients Library collec-
tion is varied and extensive, "what
is needed most urgently are current
books for which patients usually
ask. Mystery novels and condensa-
tions will not be acceptable, not
because they are not popular, but
because the library already has an
ample supply of these."
In addition to serving patients
of Mt. Sinai Hospital, the library is
open twice weekly for the benefit
ot hospital employees, for "a happy
employee serves the patient best,"
Mrs. Duntov said.
Some 20 members of the library
committee, who are selected for
their familiarity with books and
ability to recommend books to pa-
tient-, work on patient floors each
day.
"Bibliotherapy is widely rec-
ognized by medical authorities as
a valuable asset in helping pa-
tients achieve a cheerful frame
of mind," Mrs. Duntov pointed
out.
The library also contributes hun-
dreds of volumes of duplicate cop-
ies to other Greater Miami institu-
tions, including the North Shore
Hospital, Surfside Chamber of Com-
merce, Lamana Hospital and Chris-
tian Hospital.
Co-chairman of the library com-
mittee, with Mrs. Duntov, is Mrs.
Benjamin B. Rosenberg, in
charge of the hostess committee
for the book review. Hostesses
are Mrs. Alex Freidin, Mrs.
Aaron Goldman, Mrs. Robert
Green, Mrs. Irving Greenfield,
Mrs. Herbert Halpern, Mrs. Jos-
eph Kopp, Mrs. Fred Levine, Mrs.
Anton Loeb, Mrs. Martin Pepper-
corn, Mrs. John Serbin, Mrs.
Lewis Serbin, Mrs. Robert Yaffee
and Mrs. Harry Zukernik.
The committee in charge of dec-
orations includes Mrs. Joseph Ab-
low, chairman, and Mrs. Rudy
Baum, Miss Sue Berkowitz and Mrs.
Alexander Gordon.
The committee for accepting
book donations are Mrs. Alexander
Libow, chairman, and Mrs. Anno
Berkowitz, Mrs. I. Leo Fishbein,
Mrs. Samuel Mayser, Mrs. David
Muskat and Miss Jianna Sermbneta.
The invitation was designed by
Mrs. Alvin Richter and includes a
suggested list of desirable books.


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Left is Mrs. Ralph Spero, president cf Royal Palm Unit, Wo-
man's Corps, Cancer Institute of Micrr.i. planning luncheon
and fashion show at Fontainebleau Wednesday noon with
Mrs. Sylvan Lazarus, luncheon chairman; and Mrs. George
Finegold, ticket chairman. Not shown is co-chairman Mrs.
Josepn Ehrlich. Show is by Jordan Marsh. Proceeds will be
used for cancer research.
Mrs. Sirkin to Chair Fourth Women's
Educational Conference Here Nov. 26
Mrs. Milton Sirkin has boon
ranted ohairman of the fourth an-
nual Women's Division educational
< nference of tl ;amj
ish v> < ition, it h is been an-
unced by : lent Mrs
:f.
community even?, which last
i
-'6 in
annual i
"' func-
tions oi its memo, ncies ai
wn-to-earth appreciation of the
in wlmh Uk
reaches out to touch the lives of
nearly all members of our Jewish
community," Mrs. Sirkin -aid.
Sessions will highlight the no-
merous areas of service in which '
Federation women are involved
on a year-round basis, according
to Mrs. Sirkin.
Interest in the annual conference
Will be unusually heightened this
year by the return ,.l a number of
Miami women from Israel and other !
European countries, where they
served as members of the United '
Jewish Appeal Overseas Study Mis-
si. n.
II la expected that repre-cnta-
jives oi all women cations
in Greater Miami, including Miami
Miami Beach will atten
nference.
Mrs. Si'tt in announced that
committees are in formation now.
Organisation presidents and a
key group of women leaders met
with the chairman at a coffee in
the Seville hotel Tuesday to de-
velop the format and program
plans for the Nov. 26 meeting.
Mr- Sirkin has served for sev-
eral
wish Community Cen-
er Miami
:,i ol H from 1048 to
i. and has served on the bud l
committee and executive commit
tee of Federation.
She is a member of Federation's
board of governors and has been
active in the Combined Jewish
Appeal for 10 years. In addition
to her record of community ser-
vice. Mrs. Sirkin has been partic-
ularly active in PTA work and as
a board member of numerous ed-
ucational, welfare, and religious or-
ganizations.
She served as vice president of
the Southern section of the Na-
tional Jewish Welfare Board. She I
has also served as president of the
Conference of Jewish Women's Or-
ganizations of Dade and Broward
counties.
Dcde Women List,
Two Functions
nade Heights Jewisl
terhood wiil hold a rummage
Friday and Saturday, opening 8
a.m. both days and running u
late p.m.
Featured will be furniture. I
clothing, household appttfencea and '
many other items bargain pries*
Sale is at 8228 NW 7th ave.
Sisterhood will also hold the first j
in a series of regular eard parties I
Wednesday evening at the Center
Halloween" will be the theme.
BOstSJsnes are the MeadantM M
W'einstein, II. Browdy, H. Cutler
and L. Kravnick.
MORE PEOPLE USE
5ugarine
Miami Leaders
At Hadassah's
43rd Convention
"We Build in Freedom" i~ thi
theme of Hadassah'i 43rd annual
i ittionvi nidi Is being beWi ap-
propna'ely. in the cradle of free-
dom, the City of Philadelphia. Oct.
I 1 tO 28.
This theme i'i be developed in
three major sessions portrayini l>-
rael's past, present and future.'' re-
ports Mrs. Max Schenck, national
convention chairman.
Prominent speakers will be
heard, ;-*hjriT-r Or He/ry X"n;
sky, of the Hebrew Union Col-
lege, Jewish Institute of Religion;
Chester Bowles, former Ambassa-
dor to India; and Rep. Hugh
Scott, of Pennsylvania.
At the closing luncheon, there
i will be an eye witnes report by
Rabbi Philip Bernstein, chairman
I of the American Zionist Committee
; for Jewish Affairs, who has just
i returned from a tour of Jewish
communities throughout the world.
Attending from the Greater Mi-
ami area are Mrs. Joseph Shapiro.
Mrs. Oscar Sindell. Mrs. Harold
Melniek. Miss Lillian Goodman.
Miss Esther Goodman. Mrs. Jack
1>..\ is, Mrs. David Joseph, Mrs. Mor-
ii" l.tncei. Mrs. Max J. Rothfeld.
Mrs. Harvey Salamon. Mrs. Feuer,
Mrs. Simon Gerber, Mrs. Bernard
1 oilman. Mrs. Jack Swerdlin.
Crah Chapter to Dance
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eminine fair: KJn the )ligion in Schools
be Viewed Here
In in the Public Schools"
\v theme for three even-
jhops sponsored by the
|| Parent-Teacher*" Assris.
\cm of Jewish Education
jint Advisory Committee
\n and the Public Schools,
soring these workshops
he local chapters of the
j Jewish Committee, Amer-
Ui Congress and the Anti-
^n League."
prkshopa are scheduled
j)ct. 28, 8 p.m. at the North
|>h Center, 13630 W. Dixie
PTA's in North Miami and
|; Tuesday, Oct. 29, 8
lorth Shore Jewish Center,
It., for all PTA's of Miami
[id Wednesday, Oct.'30, 8
PTA's of Miami and Coral
; Temple Judea, 320 Paler-
ICoral Gables.
Iial and local authorities
ress the first sessions of
kshops. The second ses-
break up into two con-
"buiz sessions" on "Re-
iFestivals in the Public
and "Religion in the
chools."
ksinns will be guided by
Juitants of the community
[agencies here. Chairmen
ksions will be provided by
Is of the Jewish schools at
Ide. North Shore and Tem-
fcffer, director of the Com-
pii Law and Social Action
nerican Jewish Congress,
es> (he Oct. 28 session.
ii Branch
les Officers
established Miami Branch
hater Miami Hebrew Acad-
] elect PTA officers for the
year Monday evening at
IJcui-h Center, 44 Zamora
nil Gables.
Jing to Rabbi Morris Horo-
Ipcrvisor of the Miami
parents will meet with the
prior to the election.
parent will visit his
[room and will receive a
program from the Ha-
nd English instructors.
Jidtely after the election,
sexander S. Gross, principal
reater Miami Hebrew Acad-
fl install the newly-elected
of the nominations com-
\r< Mrs. Donald Picker, Mm.
|Weiss, Mrs. Morton Malov-
Lewis Becks, Mrs. Harold
It? and Mrs. Irving Whitman.
Pfeffer is recognized as a na-
tional authority on "Church,
State and Freedom," the title of
his BoolT puWshedTn"r953. He
is a member of the New York Bar
and the Bar of the Supreme
Court of the U.S., and a frequent
contributor to legal and general
journals.
On Oct. 29, Earnest J. London
will be featured speaker. He is a
local attorney, graduate of Harvard
law school, with a Masters degree
in psychology from the University
of Michigan.
Burnett Roth, Miami Beach at-
torney, will speak at the Oct. 30
session. Roth is a member of the
executive committee of the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai B'rith.
Consultants and recorders will in-
clude Rabbis Yaakov Rosenberg,
Leon Kronish, Jonah Caplan, Jos-
eph R. Narot, president of the Joint
Advisory Committee, Mrs. Charles
P, Feinberg, Harold B. Spaet, Na-
than B. Rood, Mrs. Charles Leeds,
Mrs. Meyer- A. Baskin, Milton
Friedman, Priscilla Rosenfeld, Sey-
mour B. Samet, and Louis Schwartz
man.
Committee for arrangements in-
cludes Mrs. Benjamin Green, pres-
ident of the Council of Parent-
Teacher Assns., Mrs. Sylvia Rosen-
berg, Mrs. Edward Blackman, Mrs.
Sylvia Jacoby, Mrs. Lillian Eisen-
berg, Mrs. Faye Koch, Mrs. Dorothy
Ritterman, Mrs. Sylvia Labell, Mrs.
Jack August, Mrs. Jean Pozer, Mrs.
Debbye Edlow, Mrs. Bernice Green-
stein, Mrs. Frances Giller, Mrs.
Claire Winer, Mrs. Paula Darson,
Mrs. Gussie Williams, Mrs. Miriam
Schorr, Mrs. Rhea Hamburg, Mrs.
Adele Lundy.
Mrs. Roanie P. Stern, Mrs. Janet
Kanter, Mrs. Max Handshu, Mrs.
Irene Becker, Mrs. Sol Koenigs-
berg, Mrs. Ruth Schwartz, Mrs.
Raphael Yunes, Mrs. Sally Seidler,
Mrs. Eleanor Katzman, Sydney J.
Greenberg, Israel Ribner, Saul
Rabin, Benjamin Udoff, Jerome
Gordon, Miss Priscilla Rosenfeld,
Mrs. Jandon Schwarz, Mrs. Benja-
min Kamen, Herbert Berger, and
Louis Schwartzman.
Zamora Center Sisterhood
la 'Welcome Home Dinner'
Sisterhood of Zamora Jewish
Center will hold its annual "wel-
come hom'e dinner" Sunday even-
ing at the Center. 44 Zamora ave.
Entertainment will be by the
choral group of the Harvey Seeds
Auxiliary of the American Legion.
Mrs. Nat Davidow is chairman.
Mrs. Irving Davidow is co-chairman.
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Presidents Parent-Teacher Assns. sponsoring workshop on
"Religion in Public Schools" Oct. 28 to 30 are (Isft to right) Mrs.
Miriam August, North Dade Jewish Center; Mrs. Benjamin
Green, president of Council of Parent-Teachtr Assns. of Bureau
of Jewish Education; Mrs. Sylvia Rosenberg, Temple Judea;
and Mrs. Sylvia Jacoby, North Shore Jewish Center.
Chinese Auction for Roosevelt Temple
A Chinese auction will be featur-
ed at the card party sponsored by
the Pythian Sisters of Roosevelt
Temple 33 Wednesday at Dora Aug-
ust Hall, 500 SW 17th ave.
An "Early Bird" auction start-
ing at 8 p.m. will give prompt
arrivers an opportunity to com-
pote for a weekend cruise to
Nassau for two aboard the S.S.
Florida.
Mrs. Irving Siegel and Mrs. Mil-
ton Blumenthal are chairmen of the
event. Admission is by donation,
and proceeds will be given to the
Cancer Research Institute.
Home Auxiliary
Meets Tuesday
Greater Miami Women's Auxil-
iary, Jewish Home for the Aged,
will meet Tuesday noon at the Al-
giers hotel.
Members are asked to bring such
items of linens suitable for the
Home in order to replenish its de-
pleted linen closets.
Mrs. David Phillip*, life mem-
bership chairman, will discuss ex-
tensive plans for the Auxiliary's
annual life membership party
Nov. 22.
Mrs. Louis Makovsky, program
chairman, will introduce Arthur
Kalish, assistant executive director
of the Home, who will show color
slides depicting activities of senior
residents and general operating
routine.
Mrs. Sol Silverman is president.
Miami Chapter
Marks UN Week
Miami chapter of American Jew-
ish Congress met Wednesday noon
at Koubek Center.
According to Mrs. Irving Quar-
tin, president, the chapter paid
tribute to United Nations Week
scheduled to start Oct. 24. Guest
speaker was Mrs. Louis Bider-
man.
Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 29, the
chapter will have an informal tea,
with membership chairman Mrs.
Russell Winer as hostess. Site is the
hom of Mrs. Max Goldstein, 3350
E. Glencoe st.
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Friday,
Mrs. Friedland Will Chair Air
Mrs. Larrv Friedland art,,.. ij *
Oa%l
Anti-Defamation League'* newest book publi-
m, "Your Neighbor Celebrates," is present-
ed to Miami B;ach Library by r.ewly formed
Chai chapter of B'nai B'rith. Left tr> riaht ere
Mrs. Edna Chaucer Belford. chapter ABL co-
sther Lerman, president; anJ
Mr*. Tobia Herman, chapter ADL chairman.
Receiving presentation is Mts. Ruth W. Ferry,
I Lraiicn. Book, which was writ-
Jewish and non-Jow'sh readers,
nts in word and picture basic tenets of
Judaism, their ritual and observance, from
dcys of Old Testament to contemporary times.
Five UM Sororities Offer Bids to 28
Satin's Birthday
Marked Sunday
Jack Ratio, a founder <>i the He-
W Academy and u- > prc.-ident. will Ik- feted at a birth
day party to be tendered in his
honors,, rung at thv Crown
hotel.
The affair, markinc the
irthday, will
be celebrated by .,.
and friends .if all constituent
groups >f the Academy.
Arriving in .Miami afeacJi m L934,
has helped in the d< velop-
I een
re in mans '
philanthropic
He is one of the founders of
Bath Jacob Congregation and was
its president for a number of
years. Satin is also active in the
Elks Club, Spanish War Veterans,
and the Foreign War Veterans.
Attending tin- birthday party will
be local civic and religious le
era, and many city officials.
Satin resides with in- wifa at
228 Euclid are The) .ne the par-
: haiuel Satin, local attorney,
and Mrs. Martin li.
JACK SATIN
Discussion Meeting Slated
ByAJC Chapters Wednesday
Discussion meetim: held by the
I membership of the Miami chapter
|and Louisc-Br.indei- chapter ..f the
rresi Flor-
a-ill be held
]Udr I In the audi-
tonum of Kichanl- department
-tore
"n will he "Re
DoraSHm- 1 of the 1 j'" "' 1'ubb, ,.,..,,
f-lite Center i*^ j*J- Je I
tea Tuesday evomiu Included v,,.. U ad t > ArtuT^ ""
Welfare Group Has Meeting
Miami Welfare and Social group
met Monday noon at the Ri
can flub, 1947 W Flagler -t.
Dora Stein Sisterhood
Violence has long been part of history of New Yorlr h~-u
but juggle for power is taken into ^nr^^iatq^
on Tenth Avenue Richard Egan. Dan Duryea and Jan IS
ing star in powerful drama that telb story of racketeSs font
shoremen and lawyers on waterfront. "Slaughter on Wh
Twenty-eight University of Mi-
ami eoedi bom the Greater Miami
area received bid.- to five I'M sor-
orities' early this week. They are:
ALPHA EPSILON PHI: Caryl
Barrie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
George Barrie. 6411 Allison rd.;
Barbara Fox. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Fox. 10231 E. Bay Har-
bor dr.; Sheila Katzman, daughter
jof Jacob Katzman. 3122 Pinetrcc
I dr.; Gail Kay. daughter of Mr. and
Mr-. Jack Kay. s4U 7th si.
Carol U'venson. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Irven Levenson, 44 W.
Rivo Alto dr.; Rene Nussbaum,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Nu-sbaum. 6605 Allison Island;
Joyce Straus, daughter of Mrs A
Strauss. 6475 Allison Island.
DELTA PHI EPSILON: Tobi Fish
man. daughter of Mr. and Mr-
-lack Fishman. 4454 Meridian ave..
Joan Friedman, daughter of Mr
and hfra. DavM Friedman. 7440
Carlyle ave.; Anita Ja.
[daughter ol the David jaen
, hi Majorca; ELu Levick, dau kti i
Albert Levick, *i:sT Malaga
V( Joan Marcus, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. David Marcus. 61 SW 31st
rd : Ina Porias, daughter of Dr
Jo-eph I'orias. 425 Luenga ave ;
Su-an Talianoff, daughter of Mr'
and Mrs. George Talianoff, 4.,o,)
Meridian ave.
IOTA ALPHA PI: Kathleen
Feischner, daughter of ktarcui \i
lkischner. 16 KE 158th -t
PHI SIGMA SIGMA: Judith \!
I" "daughter of Mrs Harry I. Sur-
lotf. -620 Byron ave.; Joan Drah-
manti, daughter of Mr. and Mrs
M Coppola. 4431 Alton rd ; Linda
Herman, daughter of the Harvey
Hermans. 2121 SW 73rd ave.; Jac
quelme Kamp. daughter of Rudolph
' Kamp. 1534 Ancona ave.; Hit a
\'rTrrvda^h,erofMrandM^
A. Tom Kirschner, 2550 SW 24th
ave.
Barbara Kulick. daughter of Mr
-I Mrs Mac Kulick. 7305^^
> c ^hwarti. 3155 S. Miami
Td Mr:anw^,nedaUKhU-r(^
S^^wiStS
S.hh,orrne0fav?rt **^ 1
E^K^ >randjr
1 "" v Bed 4ooo ;;,, ,, ,rv
!Je. ***** lets
th?.^' '4 na""""1 "roritkioJ
>. wi,hs, iur^
*>'8ma Sigma runs a elnl ^ !
With 25 pledge" SCCOnd
Mrs. Larry Friedland, active lead-
er in local civic and communal af
fairs, has been appointed chairman
of the "National American Jewish
Congress Week" celebration to be
held in the Miami area.
"National AJCongress Week" is
slated for Nov. 17 through 24. More
than 500 divisions and chapters of
the A.K ongress. aud its Women's
Division in all section- of the na-
tion will be participating simultan-
eously in the country wide event
According to Mr-. Friedland. the
national effort i- being conducted
to focus public attention on the
"unfinished business of our democ-
racy."
"The imperative need to
a*hiev a fuller measure of
equality for all citizens, regard-
less of race, religion or national
origin, is just one item on the
crowded agenda of America's on-
finished business. For the wel-
fare of the country and each of
its inhabitants, we can afford to
postpone this business no longer.
We must come to grips with our
problems now, first by under
standing their dimensions, and
second by taking enlightened ac-
tion to solve them within our
constitutional framework."
Inning Nov. 17, AJC'ongres-
Will review the measures it has ta-
ken m recent years to assure fuller
rights for all Americans At the
-ainc time, it Will highlight issues
local, national and international
that call lor lurther deliberation
and action by citizens. Sinuiltan
toui with this educational cam-
paign, the AJCODgmsi will carry
on an accelerated drive for new
member-.
Other local leaders who will be
responsible for conducting the ef
Rummage Sale Friday
Sisterhood of Hialeah-Miami
Springs Jewish Center will hold a
rummage sale Friday from 8 a.m.
onward at Steven's market, 17th
ave. and 62nd at.. Miami.
'^W. President D2n
,er; Mr.,, ruvid {I*
Airman, &
I ( "Uncil of AJfrn. ^ '
"n'P chairman. ^
S|a*es Lunch
S|-'('rhood of Tempi,,
f('''' 'heir p,id.up L
''.'""ju-on at 12 no3
N"^ at the Pub res0
Hmhlightlng ,he ^
Peter GliS
I lion and review of Fr^J
book. "The Scarlet c
hairmen ol tkd
ii.. L
- Mrs Ben
Queen of C
TobeChosei
"Miss Servicemen'!
'Cod Friday t
p.m. in the Ocean Fnal
ium. 10th st. and OmT
will be chosen from taj
winning "Hostesses of I
for the past year.
Col. R. 0. Bisscm,(
officer of the MarintC
Station, and other
branches of the Araaj]
here are planning lei
The new ".Mi--1
ter" will Ik' crowned 1
winner. Miss Evebll
L'niversit) of Miami 1
These ceremonies tfl
in conjunction with tttj
month!\ Stage Door Ca
will be a 10piece on
tributed by the MuskiuiI
^^BDTfi
re>s.


[October 25, 1357
* Jen is I, FhorkJian
Bow! Queen Deadline Nearing
plan to enter the 193E
t Queen contest have
ek ieft to suomit their
i- DPrsonal data In
Bow! c Timittee in Mi-
Deadline tor the annual beauty
iunt is Saturday, Nov. 2.
Any --iris, between the ages of
18 and 24 who is a resident of the
c'it of F'orMa or j< attending a
Florida school, is eligible, provid-
ing she is single and isn't a profes-
sional entertainer.
The queen and her court of
four princesses will reign over
the 24th annual Orange Bowl
Festival from Dec. 25 through
Jan. 2.
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Top prize to the winner is a $500
scholarship to the Florida school of
her choice. In addition, she will re-
ceive her wardrobe and world-wide
publicity.
Candidates for the title should
send three photographs and a per-
sonal resume to the Oranae Bowl
committee, 615 SW 2nd ave., Mi-
ami 36. The pictures should be
eight by ten, unretouched glossy
photos, including one of head and
shoulders, another in street or eve-
ning wear, and a third in swim suit
or shorts ensemble.

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+JewisHTcrkiian
Friday,
Ociob,,
Opening season's activiiies for Women's Division of
State of Israel Bonds is luncheon at home of Mrs.
Anna Brenner Meyers, division chairman. Pictured
on lawn of her home at Oct. 15 meeting are (left to
right) Mrs. Abraham Kasow. Mrs. Betty Birchansky.
Mis. Samuel Sakrais, Mrs. Hyman Bergad, Miss Es-
ther Goodman. Miss Sue Berkowitz. Mrs. Meyers,
Sidney Glazier. Israel Bond city manager, Mr*. Sam-
uel Scpiro, Mrs. Nathan Perlmutter, women's divis-
ion director, Mrs. Sarah Hochman, Mrs. Harry Rog-
ers, Miss Lillian Goodman. Mrs. Ma*\3
Harry Platoff and Mrs. Louis GlasseT
eluded discussion of fashion show feat
creations to be presented Nov. 21, with,
by Sloan Simpson.
<^Tn the nCcalm of <^ocietu
Weinberg, Stolar
Exchange Vows
Rhoda Miriam Weinberg became
Mr-. David Maurice Stolar in 8 p.m.
ceremonies Saturday, Oct IP. at
Hi! iscus auditorium. Rabbi David
Herson officiated,
"1 lie bride is the daughter of Mr
Mrs Samuel Weinberg, Miami
Beach The groom hi the ion of
Mrs. Minnie Brown and the late
iel S)olar, Hollywood. Fla.
Given in marriage by her par-
ent-, the bride wore a gown of
ch ntilly lace over -atin with se-
i and pearl-trimmed sabrina
neckline, long sleeves and fitted
bodice. A bouffant lace skirt with
cathedral train cascaded over many
pi t'icoats of pleated nylon tulle.
Her seed pearl and tear drop-
trinimed lace Queen Ann crown
was caught to a veil of scalloped
silk illusion. The brides lace and
pearl Bible was decorated with two
orchids and lily-of-the-valU >
Maid of honor was Miss Marilyn
Fir-t. Bridesmaid:, included Isabel
Bemfeld. Marilyns Kutun and Ar-
h Steiner, J i < Miller and F.-ta
ner were junior bridesmaids.
1 Fenny Miller and Marsha Jo
I.. ib- were flower {iris, and Har-
Vej Cohen was nngl>earer.
Ushers included Sheldon Wein-
berg. brother of the bride. Lionel
Tulin, Alan Stolar. cou-in of the
m, and Al Cohen Victor Ber-
bm oi Washington, lie, mi beat
man.
Stolar is I graduate of
George Washington University, BA
dcree. and holds a law degree
from the University of Miami. He
is a member of the American Bar
Asm.
Formal affair followed the cere-
mony at the auditorium.
After a weddinR trip to New-
York City and Washington, the
couple will live at 240 85th st.,
Miami Beach.
PHHlW
MM. DAVID STOWR
Ardmor*
W$. HICHAKD Kl/NC
Mexican Holidays For These Couples
iJte and KMr> B"^,.^''n,, Allen Miami Beach, and the late Max
Leider are honeymooning in Mex-1 Jackson.
icn
The bride attended the Univers
Their Betrothals
Revealed Here
Miss Thelma Fried and Stanley
Su-.-in will be married on Dec. 8
The engagement is announced by
Mid Fri"d's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Manuel Fried. 745 84th st.. Miami
Beach.
Mr. Sussin is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Sussin. Philadelphia,
Pa.
*
Roter Scharf
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Roter. Miami
Beach and Kings Point. NY., an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter. Sheila Joyce, to Stanley
D. Scharf. son of Mr. and Mrs. Vic-
tor Scharf. of Brooklyn, N.Y.
Mm Roter is a graduate of the
University of Miami. Mr. Scharf
is a graduate of Brooklyn College
and Columbia University.
The couple married Saturday ir
Beth David Congregation. A re-
ception followed
Former Mi-s Arlene Sally Leon
is the daughter of Mr and Mrs.
Alex Leon. 2151 SW 16th ter Mr.
and Mrs. Mac Leider. Ill NE 20th
st.. are the parents of the bride-
groom.
Mrs. Leider. a graduate of Miami
High School, is a cum laude
uate of the University of Miami
She is a member of Delta Phi Mu.
Mr. Leider graduated from Tech
meal High School. He attended
University of Florida and Florida
State l Diversity: He saw attends
the I Diversity of Miami.

J*ckson Goldiner
ity of Alabama and the University
of Mumi. She is a member of Delta
Phi Epilon.
Mr. Jackson is a graduate of
Roosevelt College. He is a member
of Alpha Delta Si^ma.
Blocks on Tour
In the Bahamas
Mr and Mr*. Lawrence Block
snentthn1!.IV,OWl.t.knonevinoon.n
the Bahama-.
]"< David Synagogue, with a reception
following th F
nSl ^V* ,he fornw *>an
B.u.m daughter 01 Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jackson!*'* K"; 551 >h ct. Her
will Live at 8428 Crespi blvd when BLck ^ ** and Mr" '<*
they return from their honeymoon
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in Mexico City and Alcapulco.
The couple was married Sunday
m the North Shore Jewish Center
A reception followed.
Former Miss Hilda Goldiner is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Max
Goldiner. 1435 Normandy dr Mi-
ami Beach.
Bridegroom is the son of Mrs
Harry Landa. 24 Meridian ave.;
She graduated in June from Mi-
am. Ugh School Mr Block a -
tend, the Umversity of Miami.
Amity Club Social
JewSyr'Ub0f,heGre-t" Mimi
'wish community Center will
hold a social affair at the Beach
Branch GMJCC. 1536 Bay rd Sun
day evenmg. Scheduled are a mo
"on picture in color and dancing
Fay Brodsky
Now Mrs. Kline
Under a floral canopy of pink
and white, Miss Fay H. Brodsky be-
came the bride of Richard H. Kline.
Oct. 17, in 7 p.m. rites at the Fon-
tainebleau hotel. Rabbi Joseph R
Narot. of Temple Israel, officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mrs.
Jack Brodsky, of the Queen Eliza-
beth hotel, and the late Mr. Brod-
sky. Richard is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Kline, of Lynn Haven,
Va.
Best man was James Kline, bro-
ther of the groom.
Ushers were Stanley Brodsky,
brother of the bride, and Bernard
Gewirz.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Stan-
ley Brodsky, sister-in-law of the
bride, and bridesmaid was Mrs.
James Kline, sister-in-law of the
groom. Judy Ellen Brodsky was
flower girl for her aunt. Mrs. Sam-
uel Heller was in charge of the
guest book.
The bride is a graduate of Mi-
ami Beach High School and receiv-
ed her degree in education at the
University of Miami. She is a mem-
ber of Delta Pni Epsilon sorority.
Mr. Kline received his degree at
the University of Virginia and Gen-
eral Motors Technical Institute. He
is an advisor to William and Mary
College, and vice president of Kline
Chevrolet, of Norfolk. Va.
The bride selected a traditional
wedding gown of ivory chantilly
lace and tulle, featuring a high
neckline, long sleeves to a wrist-
point, and bouffant skirt ending in
a chapel train. Her four-tiered
French illusion veil fell from a
cloche of lace and pearls. She car-
ried two white orchids on an heir-
loom Bible used by the groom's
mother and grandmother on their
wedding days. She also carried a
white imported chantilly lace hand-
kerchief used in the groom's fam-
ily for many generations.
Reception and formal dinner
held at the Fontainebleau hotel fol-
lowed. A favor, in the form of a
pink fan was given to each lady at
the wedding.
The couple are spending their
honeymoon in Europe. Upon their
return, they will make their home
in Norfolk.
Out-of-town guests included Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Gewirz, of Palm
Beach and Washington; Mr. and
Mrs. Herbert Sonneborn, Palm
Beach; and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Paul
Snyder and Mr. and Mrs. Sydney
Gates, of Norfolk.
ms. Mum xMl
GMJCC Nursery Teachers
To Attend State Confab
When the Florida State Assn. on
Children Under Six meets Nov. 1
and 2 in West Palm Beach, mem
bers of the Greater Miami Jewish
Community Center nursery achool
staff will attend.
To represent the school are Mrs
Maurice Grossman, supervisor, and
the following head teachers: the
Mesdames Blair Zimmatt. Theodore
\Veinstock, Tobias Simon. Melvin
Shrago and Oscar Evans.
Double Ringi
Unite Bricl
Melvin Seta
In a double ring caai
mony Saturday evenir
at the Seville hotel. I
Sondra Brickman b*"-
of Melvin Robert
The bride is the dafl
and Mrs. Milton Bricka.
109th st. The groom'M
Mr. and Mrs. Frank S*
I Post ave. Rabbi Imijl
officiated ]
Decor of the weddinfjl
and white. The bridt*"
traditional wedding t"v,
ported chantilly u*aj
bodice. Inn* sleeves J
point, and EliabetW
embroidered with serf*
iridescent sequins, n"
fant skirt was of la*
pleated ilf.uncen<-arn
the skirt, extending *
train. .
Matron of boo* f*j
was Mrs Jay J*
included the brides
Brickman, and Sondra)
Sondra SavaHer andira
st,,n. CousiaofW'
Ellen Lewis was 0**L
Be-, m,n was ManfrJJ
Ushers included Jerry
Dr h rman Cohen. W
Dr. Bernard HIP*J
The bride is a gndjj
Beach High Schoo
a head majorette. aaj
University of """Jl
she was -elected "jM
Alpha Kpsilon f* "T^
Mr Schwartz .t J*
of engineering a'^I
ltomiandtt*Sa|
Beach He belong ""
sonic Lodge. ^i
Reception and^,
ents attendinj^J, ji
Brickman. w*'uZui{
,od Mrs. Anna w-
...rJ


October 25, 1957
*Jewistirhr/cUari
Paqe 7B
B'rith Women's Chapters Have
fide Variety of Membership Affairs
GABLES CHAPTER of
rith Women will hold its
ncmbership coffee at the
Terrace hotel Wednesday
im Neiberg. past president,
the invocation. Mrs. Sol
|t, president, will give the
address.
Jcrald P. Soltz. second vice
ht. B'nai B'rith District 5,
sini life members with gold
Id Mrs. Frank Smulson, vice
bt of the Florida Federa-
B'nai B'rith Women, will
a mass candlelight initia-
|a!l new merrtbers.
Iginal play, written and pro-
by the Mesdames Edward
William Hechler. will be
Ed with Mrs. Harry Warner
npanist.
jl guests will be Mrs. Sol
km, honorary vice president
Met 5; Mrs. Soltz; Mrs. Al-
eich, third vice president,
5; Mrs. George Baltuch,
ot. Florida'Federation; Mrs.
Smulson, vice president of
Federation.
ilorman Reinhard, president
i'rith Women's Council of
Honda, and Mrs. Jerome
chapter service officer,
m in charge of arrange-
is Mrs. Leon Bernard. Res-
chairman is Mrs. Irving
TH DADE CHAPTER met
at the North Dade Jewish
Seiderman, regional chair-
the ADL, spoke on "ADL
v it Works."
ram chairmen were Mrs.
Goldstein and Mrs. Mur-
imers.

k LAZARUS CHAPTER
hied their October meeting
i card party. A short busi-
(1VERSITY OF MIAMI
SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA
PRESENTS.
ARTHUR
FIEDLER
nil
Conductor
IIOMAR
)VAES
flilian
Pianist
I0PENING CONCERTS
OCT. 27 MOW., OCT. 28
i BCH. AUD. DADE CO. AUD.
8:30 P.M.
Sale 1.75.2.00.2.50,3.00,3.50
SETS AVAILABLE AT U.M.
lvF" MO 1-4960; M.B.AUO.
hM77; DADE CO. AUD., HI
-: CORDELIA'S FR 3-5123;
ICON'S. HI 6-2072.
ness meeting preceded their social
at the Alcazar hotel Tuesday even-
ing.

ELEANOR ROOSEVELT CHAP-
TER met Wednesday for a business
meeting at the Alcazar hotel.
The Crane School of Modeling
demonstrated hair styling and pro-
per makeup. Models were selected
for the November fashion show.
*
NORTH DADE CHAPTER had a
fund-raising luncheon and games
afternoon at the China Doll res-
taurant Wednesday noon.
Chairmen were Mrs. B. Aronovita
and Mrs. Jack Rudnick, and guest
speakers were J. Baldi, of Baldi
Beauty Salons, Cris London and
Maxine, who gave a "self improve-
ment" lecture.
*
CORAL GABLES CHAPTER and
the men's lodge will hold a "Roar-
ing Twenties Costume Dance" Sun-
day evening at the Miami Pioneers
Club, 250 NW N. River dr.
There will be Charleston, Black
Bottom and waltz contests, with
prizes for the winners, as well as
prizes for the best costumes.
Mrs. Jack Sherman and Max Ep-
stein are in charge of tickets.
*
WEST MIAMI CHAPTER will
hold a paid-up membership affair
Monday evening in the Island room
of the Alcazar hotel.
Mrs. Murray Gladstone, past pres-
ident of Miami chapter, will initiate
the new members.

MIAMI CHAPTER announces a
membership tea at the Biscayne
Terrace hotel Tuesday, Oct. 29.
The afternoon's program, which
has been arranged by Mrs. Nathan
Spiegelman, membership vice pres-
ident, will include talks by Miss
Doris McAbee, educational editor
of the Miami Herald, and Mrs. Ger-
ald P. Soltz, second vice president
of B'nai B'rith District 5.
Musicale Slated
At Beth Sholom
Mr. and Mrs. Club of Temple
Beth Sholom, group for young mar-
rieds, will present a musical re-
view Saturday evening in the Tem-
ple auditorium, according to Gerald
Schainuck, president.
Written, directed and produced
by Mrs. Joseph Friedman, the re-
view will follow a dance and cock-
tail party. Club members of the
cast are:
Mrs. Harry B. Smith, Mrs.
Thomas Gerard, Mr. and Mrs.
Dmenun, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
Schainuck, Mr. and Mrs. Stanford
Pierce, Mr. and Mrs. Jules Wynn,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Friedman,
and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Berger.
Temple organist, Hy Fried, will
furnish the music. Mr. and Mrs.
Martin Kleinman are in charge of
props, Bernard Sacks is handling
the lighting, and Jules Arkin is
chairman of reservations.
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iormerly of "MOTHER KELLY'S"
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Perlmutter is Named Emanu-EI's
New Temple Administrative Director
PHILIP PERIMUTTER
Samuel Friedland. president of
Temple Emanu-EI, announced Wed-
nesday the appointment of Philip
Perlmutter as the Temple's admin-
istrative director.
Perlmutter is former associate
director of the Institute for Amer-
ican Democracy, and of the publica-
tions department of its parent or-
ganization, the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith.
He was responsible for plan-
ring and coordinating mass me-
dia educational programs for na-
tional, state and city groups and
organizations, both private and
public. He was largely credited
for the successful planning of the
recent fair employment educa-
tional programs of the Presi-
dent's Committee on Government
Contracts and of the Pennsyl-
UM Symphony Opens Season With
Dvork Symphony, Schumann Opus
Thirty-first season of the Uni- theme is announced by the orches-
versity of Miami Symphony Or- tra.
chestra opens Sunday evening at The entire
program, featuring
turn.
Miami Beach auditorium amid the both guest artists and the UM Or-
excitement and pomp of two world- chestra, will be repeated Monday
renowned musicians as guest art- evening at Dade County auditor-
ists.
Boston Pops Symphony Orchestra
conductor Arthur Fiedler mounts
the UM podium to conduct the local
group in a never before performed
work here, Antonin Dvorak's Sym-
phony No. 4 in G major, op. 88.
Also to be heard are Overture to
"The Marriage of Figaro," Mozart,
and Overture to "Tannhauser,"
Wagner.
Joining Fiedler will be Mm.
-suiomar Novaes, Brazilian pianist
in a performance of Piano Con-
certo in A minor, op. 54, by
Robert Schumann.
Dvorak began his symphony in
G major in August, 1889. and fin-
ished it three months later. The
premiere was conducted by the
composer the following February.
The introduction to the first
movement begins with a melan-
choly song-like melody in G minor,
heard in the 'cellos and horns.
Dvorak continues the movement in
his usual style of contrasting
themes. In the second movement,
one critic found a resemblance to
the composer's piano picture of
"The Old Castle."
In the third movement this
critic pointed out "the counter-
part of oboe and bassoon, in a
virtual Cossack dance."
The fourth movement is ushered
in with a trumpet fanfare, followed
by the announcement of a stately
ubjec in the strings.
Schumann completed his Con-
certo in A minor in 1845. It had
its world premiere in December of
that year in Dresden with his wife,
Clara Wieck Schumann, as soloist
and Ferdinand Hiller, to whom the
concerto is dedicated, as conductor.
The exuberant first movement
was originally written as an inde-
pendent piece with the title "Phan-
tasie." The second movement is
like a 'cello solo with piano accom-
paniment.
The main theme of the third
movement is given out by the solo
instrument, while the secondary
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Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader of the temple, said Wednes-
day that Perlmutter's "exceptional
record in business administration,
community relations, Jewish affairs
and education, areas in which he
has often had articles published in
leading magazines, will be of vital
value to our congregation."
His published views on relig-
ious instruction were recently re-
printed and distributed by the
American Assn. of Colleges for
Teacher Education. The maga-
zine "Office Management" will
shortly carry an article by him on
personnel practices.
Perlmutter did undergraduate
work at Biarritz-American Univers-
ity % in Biarritz, France. He is a
graduate of the Collegiate Business
Institute in New York City. He re-
ceived his AB degree from New
York University and an MA degree
from Columbia University, where
he specialized in the teaching of
social studies, and where he has
been studying for the PhD degree.
Perlmutter is 32, married, and
has two children.
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* Jewish fkrktian
Fridc
JQar Howard Bott to
Be Bar Mitzvah
Howard K.. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Bolt. 3921 S\V 4th st.. Miami,
and Nassau. Bahamas, will become
Bar Mit/vah during Saturday morn-
l ice*, Oct 26. of Beth David
Synafo [tie.
Rabbi Yaakov RoMabarg uiij of-
ficiate, :th Cantor William Lipson
rendering the musical portions of
the llturg)
Howard is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Kinloch Park Junior High
and attends Bath David rnhfloaja,
tehool.
rig out-of-town guests will be
be Bar Mitzvah s grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs I. Dunn, of Baltimore,
Ifd.
M*inb*ikip orK^
Am"ioan Me^calAg?4
ver will hold it '? **n
Saxony hotel.
HOWAHD BOTT
Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Peru! A. Stern. 4300 Adams
ave., will become Bar Mitz-
vah Saturday. Oct. 26, at ;
Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi
Leon Kronish will officiate.
Card Party Monday
Hannah Senesch group of Hadas-
sah will hold a card party Monday
at the Sea Gull hotel
Detroit Social Club Meeting
Detroit Social Club will initiate
ason with a meeting Saturday
' inj at the Algiers hotel.
Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sheldon Kaye. 251 Shore dr.
E., Bay Heights, will become
Bar Mitzvah Saturday morn-
ing. Oct. 26. at Beth David
Congregation. Rabbi Yaakov
Rosenberg will officiate. How-
ard is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Shenandoah Junior
High School. Reception will
follow at home Saturday
evening.
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Barry, son of Mr. and Mrs
Morris Frieder. 9540 Byron
ave., will become Bar Mitz-
vah Saturday mcrning, Oa.
26. at North Shore Jewish
Center. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz will officiate. Barry is a
student in Center's gradu-
ating class and attends Nau-
tilus Junior High.
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Camp Reunion
Slated Sunday
A sound film in color will high-
light the first annual reunion and
open house n| Camp Mountainview
for exceptional children Sunday, 8
i p.m.. at the Crown hotel.
Camp afauntalnview, which was
established in 1956. conducted its
! first summer program for the .slow-
learning child at its camp site in
the Blue Ridge Mountains of North-
eaat Georgia under the direction
I of Henry I.ubm. camp director.
Lubin, who is a teacher in the
special education clashes of the
Dade county school sytem and for-
mer social worker, was assi-ted by
a stall of trained psychologists anil
camp counselor]
The activities of Camp Moun-
tainview, first camp for the slow- |
learning and mentally retarded
child in the South, will portray
through its sound film how the
children participated in the "ac-
tivities of daily living." These
included for every child learning
to swim; learning about the out-
doors; hiking and trailing; and
the ability to get along with other
children.
Complete pragmas reports of
each child were kept during the
lUmnwr With follow-up with par-
ents during the winter months
Children from South Florida com-
munities as ml] as Atlanta. St.
Louis, and other Southern commun-
ities, attended.
The meeting at the Crown hotel
is open to the public Plena for the
1958 camp session, aa trail as other
problem related to the slow learn-
ing child, will Ik- rtiermHWl There
; win also be a display of the crafts
nd other camp projects made bv
children during the eight-week
camp season
_____________
Aims for Hialeah
Benedetto Lists
Friends and campaign officials
ftnvFrancis "Tony" Benedetto state
the Hialeah mayor candidate
stands on a record of achievement
which speaks for itself. "His past
council show an unselfish devotion
... duty which ha. tame and aga.n
paid off ,n civic improvement in
the City of Hialeah."
Benedetto Wednesday set forth a
Platform which he plan, ,o ,xeCute
as mayor, which is based on the
"<^ of the c.ty "as proved bv mj
past two years on the council!"
Btwedetto'a plant include the
which are now ,yMort wt||
! v?L' P*in ,0 N dona by
owe,*, hd TrMT "i,h "
Benedetto's Rrealest
White Elephant Sale
(oral Way Jewish Center Sister-
hood will meet Thursday evening,
Oct. 31. at Everglades Elementary
School. 8375 SW 16th st. A white
elephant sale will be held,
They Start Season Rolling
Miami Beach Women's Unit of
United Cerebral Palsy started its
season rolling with a membership
tea Wednesday noon at the Crown
hotel. Co-chairmen were Mrs. Don-
ald Bar mack and Mrs. Donald Lev-
enson.
Beth David Torah Luncheon
Sisterhod of Beth David Congre-
gation will hold a "Torah Lunch
(Hi Wednesday at Beth David aud-
itorium Mrs David Brand is chair
man. Co-chairman is Mrs. Sidney
Goldberg.
Zamora USY in 'Nop'
Zamora chapter of United Syna-
gogue Youth will hold a "Mad Hat-
ters Sock Hop" Nov. 2 at the Cen-
ter. Boys and girls from 13 to 19
are invited, according to chapter
publicity chairman Nan Bernstein.
pohtan Government power grab,
that he is going to also remedy the
Red rd. situation and that he is
laying the groundwork for the fu-
ture planning of Hialeah."
Benedetto also states that as a
full time council president he has
irbeaded the sidewalk program.
land fill method of garbage dis-
1, installation of more street
lights, better police and fire pro-
tection
YeshivoWo,^
Meet for CoeU
convention f the yJ1"1
"y's Women's oSi
take place Sun^S"1*
day at the Rre\ rouH
here ,hls week by jh,*"*!
Grccnberg. national m%fl
.""IK- AnnaM. C'^Ll
toner of correction ,V.jl
.of New York, will bc-fi.ZJ
i speaker.
Among other, who will,
the delegate, ,r. Dr. ^
Hirsh assistant Jl
bart Einstein Coll. -J
cine of Yeshiv. Uni.^7
Rabbi Harry I. Wohlb,rliM
eWnt of the Yeshiy, Unhid
Rabbinic Alumni. J
Also scheduled on thei
program is a symposiua<
Double Curriculum Vml
Single Curriculum ItsifajJ
Ethical Implications." 1
Mrs. Jerry Rothman i>!*nj
chairman of the 1957 a
which several hundred
are expected to attend.
The Yeshiva University fa
Organization provides
and maintenance assistaaa J
needy students at YeshinW
lty In addition, the womm'm
activities assist in lurthenaH
over-all program and dettkfs
of the university, Amena'tl
under Jewish auspices.
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October 25. 1957
+Jewlsiincricfja/n
T Chapters to Fete Mrs. Segal
Page 9B
/ictor Segal, national presi-
, Women's American ORT,
in Miami Friday from the
pennial ORT convention in
nil! be guest speaker at a
astern Florida region inter-
chapter membership luncheon
Tuesday at the Algiers hotel, where
she will report on her recent trip
to ORT installations abroad.
Goal of Women's American
ORT has been to eliminate the
need for charity by giving Jews
throughout the world the basic
industrials skills which will make
them selt-supporring citizens in
ny country.
On Monday, Mrs. Segal is due to
be guest of honor at a 10:30 a.m.
brunch in the Seville hotel. Hosts
are the combined boards of the
Southeastern Florida ORT region.
Mrs. Segal became actively in-
terested in ORT about 17 years ago
when she completed her training as
a teacher. An accomplished mu-
sician, she taught both music and
English in the Philadelphia aublic
school system.
City of Hope Trip
"Wide, Wide World" will be host
to televiewers Sunday over ch. 7
in a trip through the City of Hope
at Duarte, Calif.
Her Tamid Party
Sisterhood of Temple Ncr Tamid
will hold a card party Sunday even-
ing at the Balmoral hotel.
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Page 10 B
*Jenistifk>r*fian
Myers, Heiman
In Fund Drive
Two leaders of the Jewish com-
munity will be responsible for the
solicitation of more than $66,000 of
I'nited Fund monies, in this fall's
upcoming campaign.
Sam Heiman, owner of the One
Hour Valet Inc., and Stanley Myers,
Miami attorney, face this task aj
vice chairmen of I'F's Commerce
ic Industry One Division.
Heiman. 1955 and '56 chairman
of the Combined Jewish Appeal
campaign, is in charge of firm gifts
nf all steel construction supply
firms, dairies, laundries, cleaners,
liquor dealers and miscellaneous
manufacturing firms.
Jerome B. Gordon, educational director of
North Shore Jewish Center religious school,
explains meaning and significance of esrog
and lulav, symbols of Sukkoth Festival, to tots
of Center's nursery school. Left to right (bottom
row) are Jonny Goldberg. Jamie Jacker, David
Abramowitz, Toby Manheimer. Marcy Was-
ser, Patti Kimmel, Andrea Weinstein, Michael
Albert, Curtis Bloch, Howard Kurzweil and Jill
Hankoff. Middle row are Lisa Jane Breslaw,
Gina Schaeffer, Henry Bloch, Leslie Bloch,
Marcia Pozin, Susan Schwartz, and Mrs.
Josephine Adler, teacher. Top row are Mrs.
Hope Herman, teacher, Lester Sussman, Ken-
ny Klein, Charles Bales, Debbie Coulton, Marc
Gordon, Judy Klein, Debbie Schulman and
Janet Kern.
Workmen's Circle Slates Zuckerman
JACOB ZUCKtKMAH
Dr. Wiliiams to Speak
Dr. H. Franklin Williams. I'm-
versitv of Miami vice president,
will discuss "Can the United Na-
tions Solve the Problems of the
Middle East" at a meeting of the
Town Branch Golden Age Friend-
s-hip Cluh of the Greater Miami
Jeui-h Community Center Sundav,
3 p.m. Site is 450 S\V 16th ave.
*ii
V3GUST BROS Ry.
Jacob T. Zuckerman. president of
the Workmen's Circle, will be guest
of honor at a reception held by the
four local Workmen's Circle bran-
ches, their women's clubs, and the
V I. Peretz Yiddish School Sunday
evening at 25 Washington ave.
The Workmen's Circle, a Jewish
fraternal organization with branch-
es throughout the United States
and Canada, has a membership of
over 70.000. The 700 branches
comprise Yiddish-speaking, as well
as second and third generation fam-
ill*--.
Zuckerman, who belongs to the
second group, has the distinction
of being the youngest president
in Workmen's Circle history, hav-
ing been elected on his 47th
birthday.
Zuckerman ii a former assistant
commissioner ot the New York City
Department of Welfare. He is a
member of the American Bar
Aan New York County Lawyers
Assn., National Assn. of Social
Worker-, vice chairman of the Jew-
ish Labor Committte. chairman of
the Social Service Division, Feder-
ation of Jewish Philantropi' ot
New York, and executive director
and chief counsel of the Family
Location Service.
During Zuckerman's stay in Mi
ami he wil confer with the Yiddish
Branches 692 and 699. and the Fug-
For City Councilman of Hialeah
yATr WALTER J. McLELLAN
wwIE Pull Lever 19A
A Businessman for A Business Administration
YOUR VOTE APPRECIATED TUESDAY, OCT. 29th
IM. Pel A.lv.
lish Branches 1050 and 1059, on the
national convention of Workmen's
Circle to be held in May, 1958 in
Toronto.
At the Sunday evening reception
he will speak about the role of the
Workmen's Circle in the United
States, as well as in Jewish com-
munities abroad. The occasion will
mark the second public appearance
of the recently organized 40-mem-
ber choir of the English-speaking
branches in a program of English,
Hebrew and Yiddish songs.
Mitzi Elrod Reigns
As 'Queen for Day'
Mitzi Elrod was "Queen for a
Day" Oct. 13. when her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Bernard Elrod, gave her
an elaborate lawn partv at their
home. 1720 SW 32nd ct.. to cele-
brate her 16th birthday.
A buffet dinner and sweet table
were served to 165 teen-agers. Mu-
sic was furnished by Mickey Gen-
tile at the piano. Lee Robinson with
In- electric guitar, and Brooks
Caperton and his bass violin.
Mitzu's si-ters. Gloria. 13, and
Barbara, 9, her grandparents, Mr
and Mr- Samuel S. Stahl. and other
guests were also present.
Mitzi plays an active part in B'nai
B'rith Girls. She is vice president
|Of Debs, her BBG chapter, and is
secretary for South Florida Coun-
IICU of AZA and BBG.
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BREAK-FRAME TRAILER CORP.
boat nrium
'Arrow' 'Chief 'Brave' 'Jcouf 'Hunter'
Myers, three times president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
ation, is responsible for soliciting
the firm gift from liquor and
beer wholesalers, food brokers
wholesale, and mortuaries and
cemeteries.
Heiman has recruited all his
workers from the Jewish Home for
the Aged, Jewish Family Service
and Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center branches all Uni-
ted Fund agencies.
The United Fund of Dade County
is a non-profit, self-ruling corpora-
tion, formed here to consolidate all
health and welfare drives into one
annual campaign.
At present 54 health and wel-
fare agencies belong, including the
causes of heart and cancer.
Kickoff for actual solicitation by
the divisions headed by Heiman
and Myers is Friday. The drives
ends Dec. 12.
Spaet Co-Chairs
Beach Division
Harold Spaet, vice mayor of Mi-
ami Beach, has been appointed a
co-chairman of United Fund's Pub-
fmonu-EI Resumes jfl
Breakfast Series Nor]
Temple KmanuEl vj'-i
15th season of SuBdarT
youth breakfast 1
10 a m Irving Kaplan Ti
rector nf youth and extaj
ities. announced this eg
The Sunday moraine
fairs a re open to all ten,-
13 years up. and mclud*
in the I riedland ChapeLs
by Ratiln Irving Lehman
tor Israel Reich.
The tirst breakfast of ft
will also include the j
of a "breakfast council*'
as the administrative btfj
ning future Sundav actn*

lie Employee and EdiMttaaj
ion for the Beach area.
Spaet, whose wife ni(
man of UF'i MetropoMK
ion, will serve with anoteara
man, yet to be named
The two men will be I
for the solicitation of I
UF's 54 member agencies I
sons on the Beach
state, city, county cr Infers]
cies, and also service nil
school personnel.
7-jf.UST mios
' IS tM flfU'
W>^M*NH\*WA/ AMTZI fUtM
GOOD GOVERNMENT IS YOUR PERSONAL RESP0WH*
Continue to Protect Your Investment in HiolefJ
RE-ELECT j
M.L (Milt) THOMPSON
r I
"ACTION SHAKS
L0UDIH THAN WOODS"
Pull Lever 28A
1. INDEPENDENT -
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2. IESIDENT 34 Tears
3. QUALIFIED Businessmen
4. ACTIVE ia Civic Affeirs, Cberca,
School, Fraternal, Laker, for
rnoey years
5. ABLE Member of year Ceencil
6. MARRIED 26 years, 3 cfciMrea,
2 grandchildren
YOUM CONTINUED
SUPPORT AF-mUCIATED
A COUNCILMAN FOR ALL
THE PEOPLE
r,i.i*1
FOR YOUR NEXT HIALEAH MM
Jack L. King
PULL LEVER 2A
"For Metropolitan Govern
5 PROGRESS FOR HIAUAH ACTION AND NQT^
INDEPENDENT VOTE 0CT.*5
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)dober 25, 1957
Tourist Rooms
if lux During
Anniversary
By Direct Teletype Wire
M.EM The government
Id on families to register
r the flood of tourists ex-
visit Israel for the Tenth
lary celebration starting in
nouncement said that such
ill be registered as first
(I class, according to types
modations offered, with
xcd by the government,
louncement also said that
hi Id be an automatic de-
of 12'2 percent at the
r income tax collections.
rnment tourist corpora-
ricials indicated that if the
did not balk at the treat-
duction, some 2,500 room*
available in larger cit-
an additional number in
towns for tourists with
tiles.
added that every tourist
bunt on suitable accommo-
rcporting that new hotels
els were being built for
frpose.
Ipcal for private rooms also
Egned to provide tourists
opportunity to obtain bet-
lerstanding of people and
and to develop tourist at-
ni- to Israel, officials said.
vAmfefc fttdbf)
Page 11 B
ip Seeks Seat
lit y Council
Kemp. 36 W. 13th st., an-
Ihat he is .seeking a seat
lialeab City Council in the
elections,
was born in Indianapolis,
lia'i!) and came to the Miami
Ith his wife, Margaret, on
pi y moon in 1919, settled in
and built their home,
Ihey still reside.
lis president of the Borton
factoring Co., also presi-
d( the General Repair Ser-
nd president of Kent A
Appliance Sales and Ser-
of which ere located in
Mi.
Ms reportedly among the
advocate "on the job train-
Ml'iwing World War U, and
W of the fact that several
reived this training, are now
8 their own businesses,
is a Mason, a member of
Oi Conservatory of Scottish
^d a Shriner, past patron of
lean chapter of the Order
astern Sar, member of the
Moose and Elks, and has
an active interest in civic
|i- announcement, he stated
|1 I eel there is no substitute
perience, and I feel that I
III qualified to serve the peo-
[Hialeah in the manner they
l.v deserve."
IEANS
ISHER
This Symbol
**} m#w fry
AppeeeaM
rrofltfcti
Which Are
Certified ee
Kethet.
Wetch for H
M Yeui GeMe.
ires
run oirotiT
menu
'BOY! Did he break that glass!"
f.i, ,' 'M< '
'Make Mine Music'
Theme of Sunday Dance
"Make Mine* Music" is the theme
for the Belh David chapter, Young
Peoples League, dance in Beth Da-
vid auditorium Sunday evening.
Featured will be the Joel Scott
quartet orchestra. Decorations fol-
lowing the musical motif together
with 12 prizes for dancing, are also
scheduled.
Single young adults, 18 to 30
years of age, are invited also to
attend regular meetings on the sec-
ond and fourth Siinjav 0f each
month at 8:30 p.m. at Beth,David.
Volunteer charity workers Bfene- ,
fi'i""undeT*1he method of operalioTT
used by United Fund. They can
plan to devote specific time to one
drive a year, rather than breaking
up their business schedule each
month of the year.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKREB1 GIVEN that
the urwleralgned, dealrlng; to engage In
bualneafl under the fictitious name of
\1 AMI I KOSHER MEATS at Mi
Waehinston Ave., Miami Beach,
intendii to reglater said nan;, with tin1
Clerk '( th.- Circuit < ourt of lkide
'uunt>, Florida.
M1JRRAT PRAND
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FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, dealrtng to engage in
buatneafi under the flrtltioua name of
RIDLEY HOUSE APARTMENTS .it
1380 N.W. 5th Street, Miami, intend
to regiater said name uith the i
of the Circuit Court of l>ade County,
Florida
THOMAS I'KI.IIAM TMATCHI2R.
m_m* it SoeW-Ulvi. ;>*!
MARIO B, JORGE,
h single Man. ai r Join) Bel
with Right of Ownovahlp In the
Suia Ivor tii'
BARNETT I'Kl.TZ
Attorne] for Api'lii-iinta
911 Congreaa lildn.. Miami ft. Ma.
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MRS. BELA C. KUGELMAN
Mi of 4ui id mi Alto iii wfho came here
from Penaaoola K years ago, died Oct.
2o. Mir is survived by two sons, Ed-
gar anil Claud. ., daughter, Mis Sui
Tohner: and six grandchildren; nine
great-grandchildren. She was the aunt
of Mitchell Wolfs,,, ro-owner of Wo-
metco Theaters and televilon atdtlon
WTVJ. si 11 (i, t. 22 under the
n i>f Newman-Gordon b'unen I
Home.
DONALD LOCKE
M, Of Ml \\ ISth st.. Miami B. ai b
died Oet, 19, II, run-1 here prix v ru
ago from Nee C*l a a a muplc
. and bad his on n atudl
Survivors Inolude hli o-lfe, Lottie, and
daughter, Barbara \l Services were
i 'it. 12 In Riven li Beai Memorial
"li.-ii<-1. Alton mi., with burial In .\lt.
Sinai Cemetery,
MRS. BESSIE KIMMEL
I'.fi. of T*M Abbott ave., Miami Beaoh
died Oct. 18, A reeldent here IS yea i
she eantfl Irnm Hiooklyn. N.V., and bj
eurvlved by ber husband, Samuel: I
ilaught'-r. Mrs. Ktith Sfhaptro; son,
Cleorge; foui grandchildren: one slater
ami i luntiiir. Bervlcea arere (>ct. 20
in Hellman'x Funeral Home, with
hurial In Star of liavl.l f>iotiiy.
MRS. BETTY KRAVITZ
53, of 1T57 Cotltna ave., died Oct. H.
Services and hm-ial were In Atlantic
City, N .(., with local arrangementa
by RIverHldi'-li. ai-h Memorial Chapel
MRS. ANNIE LANGNER
75, of 1405 Washington eve- died Oct.
17. A pioneer member of Beth Oavl'l
Synagogue. Mra. Uangner was ;i reel-
denl here 85 years. Surviving; are her
husband, leidor; a son, Joseph: three
daughters, Mrs Clara Salmon, Mra
Ethel Rothlelm Langner, and Mrs. Bvl-
via Hursrlts: three staters, eight
grandcblldren and 10 sreat grandchil-
dren. Services were Oct. M at New.
man-Gordon Funeral Home with burial
In Mt. Nebo Cemetery,
SIOMUND BERGER
71. of 950 nth tar., died Oct. 18. A re-
tired owner of an automobile busi-
ness, he waa a resident here 88 years,
Burvlvors Include his wife, Teaale, anil
a daughter, Mrs. Michael Pollack, Ber-
vlcea were fa t. 20 ai Rlverslde-Bea
Memorial Cbapel.
MORRIS BIER
SS, of 1*71 BW :::ili up,, ilii-d ii. i. 18.
i linn's tailor, he waa a mem.
Dei hi' tin* Workmen's circle, Branch
IM, an l had lived here five years, He
leaves a daughter. Mrs. Faith Mao-
Now. ami a granddaughter. Bervlcei
weri Ool 10 at i lordoo rSinei el fome,
with burial in Mt. Sinai Cemetery.
N'EWMZN-
QOXVON
eVNISAl HOMI
Jill.. I-U71
CHARLES COHEN
72, nf 842 Meridian ave., died 'let. IS.
\ resident here IS years, he Is surviv-
ed by ids wife, Clara. Bervlcea were
Oct. 20 at Newman-Gordon [funeral
Home, with burial in Mt. Nebo Cem-
etery.
NED SCHUYLER
' 'olllna av< died I ct, 13.
hi club operator, he had been a
. :d' in he l"" years. He Is survived
by two suns. Jame and Beth; h d
i Mrs. Ellen Gruber: his n
Vickl Kchmuckler; and two bro-
Norman and Sam. Services wen
' let. 18 al Rlverslde-Bi ach Memoi ial
I, with burial In Mt. Nebo Cem-
etery.
ALFRED GOLDSMITH
si of 1800 Collins ave., died Oct. 1$. A
:. i from, the Import-export and manufac-
bustneaa and a b member of
Temple Israel, Burvlvlng are a daugh-
ter, Miss Luclle It. Goldsmith: two
sisters and two brothers, Including
llnao, of Miami Beach. Bervlcea were
Oct. 16 at Riverside-Beach Memorial
Chapel, with entombment In Wood-
lawn Mausoleum.
MRS. SARAH SCHUSTER
70, of 7724 Hawthorne ave., died Oct.
IS. She is survived by her husband,
Louis: I son, Edward! and two daugh-
ters, Mrs. 1-ranees tlrobert and Mrs.
Dora Levlnaky. Bervlcei arere Oct. 16.
MEYER SHEAR
79. nf 10220 NW 2Mb el., died Oct 21.
A retired tailor, he Is survived by his
wife, Rose: four sons, Jack, Harold,
I.... and Albeit, time daughters, Mrs.
Annab. !l Blegel, Mrs. Ada Nagel and
Miss i.iia Shear: ami li grandchildren.
Services were Oct. It at Hellman
l''nn.'ial Home, with burial in Mt. Sinai
Cemetery,
DAVID HERTZ
I:, of 1604 i irexel ave., died Oct. U. A
retired owner of a dry cleaning b i.-i-
he a- a resident here eiabt
yeara Surviving are bis wife, Jennie
two daughters, Mrs. Ida Snyder and
.Mrs. Lillian Jaffa; and a son, 0ear.
Services and burial were in Detroit,
with Riverside-Beach Mem..rial chapel
in charge of local arrangements.
MURRAY J. FISCHER
72, ot 850 E. 88th St., died net. 14. He
bad been the Los tngelea m
.if tin- Metropolitan Ife insurance Co
ami was a Mason I'- leaves bis wife,
. a daughter, Mi- Shirley liont.
London: two brothers, Including Harry.
Miami: three listers and two ^ and.
, hlldren. Stei lc#a were Wt, II it
Riverside-Beach Mem.....al Chapel with
burial in Star of I m> i'1 I "emetl i ) .
JOSEPH MARX
si, of 2055 Collins ave., died recently,
A Miami Beaeh visitor for man> v i
be a.- a retired clothlm manufacturer
ml a retlrt I "!'
National Bank of St Louis lb leaves
his brother, Walter. Bervlcea ";. Or-t.
li, with llel'mnn Funeral Chapels hn
hnt-ae of an-Hniremenis.

YOU CAN'T LOSE IF YOU CHOOSE
Floyd Kemp
YOUR COUNCILMAN
PULL LEVER 18-A
FOR ASSURANCE OF
CLEAN HONEST
MORE PROGRESSIVE GOVERNMENT
YOUR VOTE AND INFLUENCE APPRECIATED
I'd Pol. Aib


LET'S GET GOING WITH
Fred GOWING
Candidate for Hialeah City Council
PULL LEVER 17A
Your Vote Oct. 29 Nov. 12 Will Be Appreciated
I'd. Pol. Adv.
HlALt-An 1S*.e,US A FORWARD LOOK!
HIALEAH NEEDS THE LOCKWARD LOOK!
LET'S GO FORWARD WITH
Bill LOCKWARD
FOR MAYOR
PULL LEVER 1A
ON OCT. 29 VOTE FOR THE LOCKWARD LOOK!
I'd Pol. Adv.
Paul BR0CKMAN
THE INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE
For HIALEAH COUNCIL
EARNESTLY AND SINCERELY SOLICITS
YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT
PULL LEVER 10A OCT. 29
I'd Pol. Ailv,
ITS PERFORMANCE
THAT COUNTS!
- iVCT LIP SERVICE! YOU, AS WELL AS YOUR
NEIGHBORS, OWE YOURSELVES THE OBLIGATION
OF CHECKING THE RECORD, AND ELECTING TO
OFFICE THE MAN WHO HAS PROVEN WHAT HE
CAN AND WILL DO!
Pull Lover 1-A
Vote BENEDETTO
FOR MAYOR
ALL HIALEAH WILL BENEFIT
PLEDGED TO GET THE JOBS DONE NOT PROMISES,
1-A Remember the MAN Who Remembers YOU
the VOTERS
IM r..l. Adv.
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