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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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fewiisltJEIIiDipidliigun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
olume 31 Number 44
Miami. Florida, Friday, November 1. 1957
Price 20*
!o Settlement at Israel's Expense-Golda
lirect ne-
JERUSALEM (jYA)Peace between Israel and the Arab states is possible only through di
Ijafions with Israel "a. it is," and there will be no settlement in the Middle East of matters concerning*
lei "except with our participation and consent," Mrs. Gold* Meir, Israel'. Foreign Minister, said Mon
i in the Knesset. Mrs. Meir*. statement was seen as a reply to reports that Prime Minister Harold Moe-
llan had proposed to President Eisenhower last week a Middle East policy which would have pressed Is-
|| to permit border ad|ustments and acceptance of Arab refugees. The Foreign Minister told the House
there was no vital issue which prevented the Arab people from entering into a policy of peace and
eration with the Jewish State.
"? Responding to critics within and without the Mapai-led government
coalition, Mrs. Meir rejected all calls that Israel adopt a "neutralist"
policy as between the United States and the Soviet Union in the hopes
that the USSR would take a "softer" attitude toward Israel.
"The fault is not ours that cer
lund to Seek
,3,207,707
Inited Fund of Dade County has
ounced the goal for the first
Ipaign here. Figure set for the
Ipaign. which ends Dec. 12, is
K7.707, according to Comer* J.
.ball, UF president.
jimball said the goal figure was
Jhed only after exhaustive study
Three UF committees, ihe ad-
jions. budget and goal groups.
Funds to be raised will go to-
Irds the support of 54 agencies,
|luding the causes of heart and
eer.
|ie drive has already started in
1 and large businesses, as sev-
(housand Dade businessmen
canvassing lor firm, executive
i gifts,
sited Fund Sunday, Nov. 17,
Imark i he kick-off of the house-
puse phase of the campaign,
i iron than 14.000 women take
pe field for UF.
putted Fund of Dade County is
on profit, self-ruling corpora-
formed here last April with
idea of eliminating all sap-
's health and welfare drives
cne annual campaign.
ficre were some 178 different
lit} causes that registered for
plat ion permits in Dade last
, and UF has not eliminated all
is y< i.
n can't do the job in just one
John B. Turner, UF cam-
chairman said, "but if the
r!e of Dade show they really
a I F we will include all the
Ihy ones in future years."
tain states, for their own political
calculations, are not on friendly
terms with Israel," she asserted.
"But friendship with any state will
not be purchased at the price of
Israel relinquishing measures that
assure its security and the main-
tenance of its independence and
territorial integrity.
"If proof were needed of the
futility of the easy advice offer-
ed us from time to time," the
Foreign Minister declared, "we
have it in the Soviet Union's dis-
criminatory attitude toward us,
who are not bound by any alli-
ance, and her attitude to other
states in the region who are so
bound."
Reporting on her talks with lead-
ing world" statesmen at the United
Nation*, Washington and Italy, Mrs.
Meir said that the "illusion has not
entirely been dissipated among cer-
tain statesmen that appeasement of
the aggressor is perhaps the best
way ot jeMirhing a goal."
However, Mrs. Meir spoke warm-
ly of the sympathy for and under-
standing of Israel's problems dis-
played by representatives of Latin
American countries, among some
states of the Afro-Asian bloc and
among European countries. She ex-
pressed deep satisfaction with her
visit to Italy where she found un-
derstanding and a readiness to give
Israel support. Mrs. Meir was also
complimentary of the traditionally
friendly contacts with statesmen of
various British Commonwealth na-
tions.
At the United Nations, she noted.
Continued on Page 8 A
Foe to Israel
Bask Policy
For Red Rule
JERUSALEM (JTA> A con-
viction that a fundamentally anti-
Israel position has become basic
to Soviet foreign policy in the
Middle East was reported crystal-
lizing this week in the thinking of
top Israel officials.
One of the initial reactions
among these officials to such
threats as those of Soviet Premier
Bulganin during the Sinai opera-
tion and of Communist party boss
Khruschev in the current Soviet
manufactured Middle East crisis
waS that the blasts against Israel
were a combined propaganda and
diplomatic maneuver.
According to this viewpoint,
the attacks were motivated part-
ly by a wish to cultivate Arab
support in the cold war and part-
ly as a hint to Israel that adop-
tion of a neutralist policy would
bring a less bellicose stand from
the Soviets.
The initial judgment has been
shattered by the latest speech of
Russian Foreign Minister Andrei
Gromyko, a direct blood-curdling
Continued on Page 12A
Bomb in Parliament
Wounds 5, Including
Gurion, Meir, Shapira
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
JERUSALEMFive members of the Israel Government, including
Premier David Ben Gurion, were injured Tuesday when a deranged im-
migrant threw a home-made bomb into the Parliament of Israel. The
explosion occurred at 5:15 p.m. local time.
Mr. Ben Gurion suffered a minor leg wound and a torn finger, and
Foreign Minister Golda Meir suffered a leg wound. Both were hos-
pitalised for observation.
Minister of Religion Moshe Shapira was the most Ml ill mill hurt,
suffering wounds of the chest, face and arms. He was carried out of
the Knesset chamber bleeding profusely.
An emergency operation was performed Tuesday evening. (At the
time of the overseas bulletin dispatch, Mr. Shapira had been in the
operating room for over three hours.)
Minister of Transport Moshe Carmel suffered two broken arms and
was hospitalized. Israel Banilai, Minister of Health, was injured
slightly but was not hospitalized.
-----------------------------------------------------*
JERUSALEMA little more
Israeli Commies
Exploit Fracas
With Deputy
'nan two hours after a disgruntled
Israeli threw a bomb in the Parlia-
ICommittee Charges Moscow Waging
ladly Campaign Against 3 Million Jews
CHICAGO(JTA)New charg-
hat the Soviet Union is waging
organized campaign of discrim-
"ferefcodfef pattern"
ination against the 3,000,000 Jews
within its own borders were
voiced here at the closing session
of the three-day meeting of the
American Jewish Committee's na-
tional executive committee. The
charges were contained in a re-
port released by vice president
Alan M. Strook, based on hun-
dreds of interviews at European
ports of embarkation with refu *
gees from Eastern Europe.
The report insisted that the
Khrushchev regime-directed cam-
paign against Jewish cultural
and religious life had failed. "So-
viet Jews, particularly the youth,
display today stronger indications
of identification as Jews than ever
before," the report said.
Meanwhile, AJC president
Irving M. Engel warned of the
"grim and real danger" that a
major portion of the Middle
East may come under Soviet
control. He asserted that the
differences and tensions be-
tween Israel and the Arab
states "form only a small seg-
ment of the foreboding pattern
emerging in that troubled re-
gion." >
Earlier, Mr. Strook reported on
conditions in Morocco and Tunisia
Continued on Page 2A
JERUSALEM (JTA) An inci-
dent involving a Communist Arab
member of Parliament and the Is-
rael military police threatened
Wednesday to have stormy political
consequences as the Communists
sought to exploit the affair.
. The incident developed when
Tewfik Toubi, Communist Arab
member of the Knesset, attempted
to enter a military restricted area
without a permit in order to visit
the village of Kfar Kassem. Ac-
cording to the police his motive was
to seek to utilize memorial services
there on the first anniversary of
the slaying of 49 Arabs in the vil-
lage to create trouble.
According to the Communist
faction's complaint to the Knes-'
set presidium, the military police
at the Kfar Kassem roadblock,
assaulted Toubi "without any
provocation," in grave violation
of his parliamentary immunity.
The military police said that they
stopped Toubi, who did not have
a permit to enter the restricted
zone and that he left his car and
tried to run into the village. A
policeman chased him, caught
Continued on Page 9A
MOSHE SHAPIKA
. serious injury
ment here, sessions were resumed
with a heavy police guard and a
gallery cleared of all spectators.
With Foreign Minister, Golda Meir
allowed to go home following brief
treatment at a Jerusalem hospital
and Prime Minister Ben-Gurion de-
tained for further observation, po-
lice identified the bomb thrower as
Moshe Ben Jacob Douek, a 25-year-
old Jew seized by a Parliament
guard seconds after the bomb was
thrown.
Douek has been identified as
mentally unbalanced and suspected
of previous arson attempts.
ADL Files Brief in Fla. Court Probe
A West Palm Beach real estate
broker's license is rapidly becom-
ing the focus of a hot South Flor-
ida battle. The Jewish Floridian
learned following the filing of a
brief by the Anti-Defamation Lea-
gue of B'nai B'rith before the
Florida Supreme Court Tuesday.
The brief is on the question of
anti-Jewish prejudice in real es-
tate affairs, Florida ADL regional
director Nate Perlmutter reveal-
ed.
Judge Sam I. Silver, of West
Miami, is author of the brief in
the case of West Palm Beach
broker Duncan MacGregor,
whose broker's license was re-
cently withdrawn by the Flor-
ida Real Estate Commission be-
cause MacGregor sold a piece of
West Palm Beach property to a
Jew.
The Commission acted when
the seller, H. K. Allard, charged
MacGregor with concluding the
deal despite the agent's know-
ledge that Allard had previously
restricted the sale to Christians
only. The charge also said that
MacGregor misrepresented the
purchaser as being Christian.
"We're entering the case as
amicus curiae," Perlmutter told
The Jewish Floridian, "because
implicit in such restrictions on
the sale of real property arising
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solely from the religious affilia-
tion of the purchaser is the anti-
democratic and false doctrine that
undesirable social traits are an at-
tribute, not of the individual, but
of an entire religious group."
Perlmutter added that such
restrictions classify an individ-
ual not on the basis of his be-
havior but on the basis of his
religious affiliation or origin,
nf ixim* ei,
The case before Florida's high-
est court includes a second count
against MacGregor: that the per-
son who purchased the property
was a registered real estate sales-
man in MacGregor's employ and
that Allard had not been apprised
of this fact prior to the comple-
tion of the sale.
"There can and must be no
quarrel with the requirement that
a real estate broker is under a !
duty to apprise a would-be seller
in whose behalf he is acting of all |
the material facts affecting the '
interest of the seller," Judge Sil-
ver explained here.
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But in his complaint, Allard
made no claim that he had suf-
fered any financial detriment as
a result of the sale. He also
failed to mention the matter of
business relationship between
MacGregor and the purchaser.
For this .reason Judge Silver
feels that the purchaser's employ-
ment as a registered real estate
salesman by MacGregor at some
time prior to the purchase of the
proMrty -was in no wav rej^iit
or important to I he seller"
According to Silver, "it is very
clear that the sole factor that gave
rie to the seller's complaint was
his discovery that the purchaser
was a person of the Jewish faith,
the members of which the seller
wished to bar from ownership of
anv lots in the real estate sub-
division he owned."
The question before the Su-
reme Court is: Can the State of
Florida or its agent, the Florida
Real Estate Commission, effer
its aid to comoel compliance
with restrictive covenant* in
realty transactions.
"In this action," Judge Silver
declared, both the State and its
Commission seek "to punish the
holder of a real estate broker's
liccnte is-uecl b\ tluf State, l>e-
carry out instructions by the
seller not to sell the real property
offered ... to any would-be pur-
chasers of the Jewish faith."
Silver said that if MacGreg-
or's license is permanently re-
voked, "the State will be put-
ting itself in the position of
warning all other holders of
AJCommittee Says Moscow
Wages War Against Jews
Continued from Page 1 A
which he had visited during a re-
cent Committee mission there. He
said that both President Habib
Bourguiba of Tunisia and Premier
Embarek Bekkai of Morocco, de-
clared that their administrations'
policies toward the Jewish popu-
lation will be guided by "the prin-
ciple ol equal rights."
However, Mr. Strook stressed,
Jewish communal leaders in
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Morocco ere disturbed by that
country's outright ban on or
limitation of emigration. Lead-
ers in both countries were con-
cerned with the non recognition
of Jewish community structure.
A two-year study by the AJC,
released last weekend, said ex-
tremists and racist agitators op-
erating in Northern states consti-
tute "the principal sources" of in
llanunatory. ant-Semitic literature
currently flooding the South. In
Its memorandum, the Committee
warned that in recent months the
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been stepped up apace with the
emergence of such trouble spots
as Nashville, Tenn.. and Little
Rock." The Committee charged
that one of the motivations of
Northern racists distributing anti-
Semitic literature in the South is
a desire for financial gain.
Vizcaya Rates Reduced
In observance of National Art
Week, Dade county residents and
visitors will have an opportunity
to visit Vizcaya, Dade County Art
Museum, at greatly reduced rates
from Friday through Suhday, Nov.
10. Regular admission charge of
$1.75 will be reduced to $1 for
adults and 50c for students. Visit-
ing hours are from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
su* o-aw yt tra.
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State real estate brokers' li-
censes that they must comply
with similar discriminatory re-
ligious restrictions or suffer
severe financial punishment."
In his brief Silver cites, a^noi^
others, the United States Supreme
Court case Shelley v. Kraemer, in
which the court barred action by
State courts or any other arm of
the State to enforce restrictive
covenants because the Fourteenth
Amendment-to t#i> IJ^. Corustitu,
tion holds that no State may deny
equal protection of" the laws to
any person.
Also cited is Section I of the
Declaration of Right* of the
Florida Constitution, in which
citiiens are guaranteed the
right "of enjoying and defend-
ing life and liberty, acquiring,
possessing and protecting prop-
erty ."
Judge Silver cautioned the Flor-
ida Supreme Court Monday to
take into account that the State
constitution "does not extend the
rights to disposition of such prop-
erty ... it does not guarantee to
sellers any right to deny equality
in disposition of that property."
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Jenisti fkrihtr
iccent on Youth for GMJCC Meet
New faces," with the accent on
ili. will be featured theme at
[seventh annual dinner meeting
Jie Greater Miami Jewish Com-
Lty Center scheduled for Sun-
[night, 6:45 p.m., at the diLido
I
Ueduled is the official launch
(of the newly organized GMJCC
|h movement, which has been
fled into two groups.
hitse are the Jewish Center
nth, for the senior high school
Ksion, and. the Tween-Age
fbs, 'for'junior high division.
iv. agency now sponsors over 50
groups in these categories,
a combined membership of
than 1,000 teen-agers, meet-
veeklv at the various branches
Extension programs of GMJCC.
(symbolic first charter will be
Inted at the meeting to a teen-
frepresenting all GMJCC youth
During the month of No-
ber. the club charters in this
new movement will be presented
to each of the groups.
A special table at the Sunday
dinner function ha* been set
aside for presidents of the Teen-
Age Councils in each of the
branches.
The meeting will also mark the
first official recognition of the two
newest branches of GMJCC launch-
ed during the past several months:
North County YMHA Branch, 14036
NE 6th ave., and Southwest YMHA
Branch", 1335 SW 67th ave. .
Another "first" will be the for-
mal observance of the entry of
GMJCC into the United Fund,
which will be noted in the main
presentation by John B. Turner,
UF campaign chairman.
A new slate of officers and board
of directors will be elected to direct
the affairs of the organization for
the coming year. Stanley C. Myers
will be installing officers.
Nominations committee report
will be presented by Fred K.
Shochet, publisher of The Jewish
Flondian. There will be an orig-
inal musical skit on the activities of
the agency throughout the county.
A. Budd Cutler is chairman of the
annual meeting.
urn Running to Succeed Himself
ly Commissioner B. E. Hearn
members of the Dade County
.abor Council last week
IraJ
Miami's municipal planning
development in the next three
ye years will have more effect
uture progress than any other
arative period in its history.
eakinu at a Council meeting at
N\V 17th ave., Hearn declar-
be forthcoming period prob-
|is the most vital in all Miami
fy and what is introduced
accomplished by your city oi-
ls during the next few years
largely determine the growth,
less, and destiny of Miami for
Vations to come."
urn, an advocate of tho 40-
hour week for Miami city em-
ployees, which was accomplished
after almost four years of effort,
has been active in municipal af-
fairs particularly in the fields of
planning, zoning, city publicity
and public relations, and the
maintenance of the high standard
of the city's police and fire de-
partments.
A native-born Floridian, Hearn
has lived in Miami since 1910, and
has been a commissioner for the
past four years. His supporters
say he has Men widely credited
with many important programs of
civic improvement and farsighted
municipal planning.
As engineering inspector, Hearn
spent nine years in the State Road
Department.
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Ike Slammed
For Surrender
To 'Isolation'
BOSTON ^-(JTA) The Amer-
ican Jewish Congress was on record
this week as criticizing the Eisen-
hower Administration for "capitu-
lating to isolationist sentiments" by
failing to champion human rights
and withholding ratification of the
United Nations treaty on outlaw-
ing the crime of genocide. Resolu-
tions on these subjects were adopt-
ed by the national administrative
committee of the AJC here at the
conclusion of a series of meetings
last weekend.
Deploring America's policy of re-
fusing to take firm action regarding
the proposed United Nations cove-
nants on Human Rights, one of the
resolutions called upon President
Eisenhower "to free United States
policy from the shackles of isola-
tionism, and to resume our cham-
pioning of Human Rights in inter-
national forums."
The Congress voiced "keen dis-
appointment" over the Eisenhow-
er Administration's policy which,
the resolution said, "in recent
years capitulated to isolationist
sentiments" by informing the
United Nations that the United
States "would no longer sign any
treaty on Human Rights."
Another resolution criticized the
U. S. Senate for allowing ratifica-
tion of the UN Genocide Conven-
tion to "languish" in the Senate
Foreign Relations Committee. The
United States did sign at the con-
vention, but has never formally rat-
ified it.
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Publlah.d every Friday ilnoi 1*27 by tha Jawiah
Floridian at 120 N. E. Sixth Strut, Miami II. Florida.
Entered aa aacond-ctaaa matter July 4. 1930, at tha Poat
Office of Miami, Fla., under tha Act of Maroh $. 187.
Tha Jawiah Floridian haa abaorbad tha Jawiah Unity
and tha Jewish Weakly. Mamber of tha Jawiah Tele-
graphic Agency, Savon Arta Feature Syndicate. World-
wide Nawa Serviea, National Editorial Aaaoclation, Amer-
ican Association of English.Jewnh Newspapers, Florida
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FRED K. SHOCHET..............Editor and Publisher
LEO MINDLIN..............................Executive Editor
Corrective Decision Needed
The Anti-Defqmntion League's decision to
file a "friend of the court" brief with the Florida
Supreme Court in the Duncan MacGreqor case
is welcomed by all right-thinking Floridians.
The Florida Real Estate Commission's with-
drawal of MacGregor's realty license because
he sold a parcel of property in West Palm Beach
to a Jew is in direct opposition to precepts of
both the U.S. and State of Florida Constitutions.
As the ADL brief so ably points out, the
Commission's action erroneously serves notice
that the offices of the State of Florida may be
used to fortify and carry out restrictive cove-
nants.
But these restrictive covenants have been
time and again ruled a violation of the civil
rights of the individual in numerous U.S. Su-
preme Court cases.
Only a decision reflecting the opinion of
the brief can deal a telling blow to the bigots
among us who continue their prejudicial prac-
tices despite the rulings of our hiqhest court
and the principles set forth in our national and
stale constitutions.
Expanding Center Program
The accent will be on youth when the
Greater Miami Jewish Community Center holds
its seventh annual dinner meeting Sunday
evening.
GMJCC may well be proud of its progres-
sive strides during the past few years, and will
have much to boast about in its report to mem-
bers attending the meeting.
Not the least of these strides is in the area
affecting the Center's leisure-time programs for
youth. These include activities individually
geared to the needs of both senior and junior
high school students.
Greater Miami Jewish Community Center
currently sponsors some 50 such youth groups
in all teen-age categories, with a total member-
ship of upward of 1,000 youngsters.
These statistics amply indicate the man-
ner in which GMJCC has captured the imagin-
ation of Greater Miami Jewish youth and their
participation in leisure-time programs at the
branches scattered throughout the area.
But that GMJCC continues to expand in re-
lation to the general needs of the Jewish com-
munity at large is attested by the recent open-
ing of the Center's new North County and
Southwest branches. These, along with
GMJCC's Town and Beach branches, continue
the organization's effort to brinq wholesome,
Jewish-oriented leisure-time activities to all age
groups from tiny tots in Center-operated nursery
schools through Golden Agers.
We join the community in saluting GMJCC
on the occasion of its seventh annual dinner
meeting.
No End to Our Forgiving
Former Nazi industrialist Alfred Krupp has
canceled his trip to the United States to address
an international conference in San Francisco.
His excuse: the death of his mother, who
passed away last month, and whom he is still
mourning.
But the real reason is the furor Krupp's
scheduled visit raised when the news leaked
out.
This man has a history of bestiality in
many ways unparalleled in Germany. Unlike
many of his former colleagues, Krupp can not
plead ignorance of the murderous design of
the Third Reich.
For Krupp, as chief of a monolithic indus-
trial empire which alone was untouchable
even for dictator Hitler, vied with the Nazis in
cruelty by establishing slave labor concentra-
tion camps for his business gain concentra-
tion camps which he succeeded in getting Ber-
lin to sanction as an extra-state enterprise.
Previously denied entry to the United
States because of this record, the State De-
partment recently cleared him, it hoped, on the
q.t. Just how far do we go on an official basis
in this business of forgiving?
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Friday, November 1, 1957
7 Heshvan 5718
DOOR TO AID OPEN AT LAST
A Boon to Humankind
Word from Hadassah's Medical Organiza-
tion is that Israeli scientists are on the brink of
developing a substitute for human blood.
Should the scientists prove successful, this
would be one of the greatest boons to human-
kind.
At a time when only the gravest news
seems to be coming from the Middle East, we
are learning increasinqly to rely upon Israel
for a bright ray in the form of announcements
concerning her continuing scientific progress.
How to Face the Music
Emerging more clearly from the shadows
of the Turco-Syrian crisis than perhaps any
other political reality is the fact that only Israel
and Turkey stand as the West's staunch allies
in a turbulent Middle East.
Prime Minister Ben-Gurion last week put it
succinctly when he declared that the foreign
policy of no Middle Eastern nation except
his own and Turkey's is a sincere expression
of Western friendship.
All the others, including King Saud's. hinge
upon the external forces generated by the East-
West power struggle.
Nonetheless, when British Prime Minister
Harold Macmillan met with President Eisen-
hower last week, rumors flew between Wash-
ington and London that the two governments'
future Middle East diplomacy may well depend
upon Israeli territorial concessions and the re-
admission of a number of Arab refugees.
Even when pressed to the well and insult-
ed by our Arab "allies," our strategists can
come up with nothing better than this.
Israel can certainly find no solace in such
speculation. Her alternative is equally grim:
the realization that the Soviet Union's latest all-
out effort to woo the Arab world and win the
Middle East is based on a policy of Israeli e-
pendability.
The doughty little nation still found the
courage Monday to affirm her ties with the West
and to reject a possible protective neutrality as
incompatible" with her way of life. It is this
kind of moral fibre both Britain and the US
need to face the music in an impending Russian
showdown in the Middle East.
deed*T ?3SS
lyst, past and future, of Dade county's mo"rv-raWrS'nfore *3
this position, the publication went all out Sunday taM
as confused a picture of the Jewish community rcan,e'
the past. dS ever it *u.
during the week
as I see it .
by LEO MINDLIN
A few months back, the paper, in its stand
story reserved for just such matters, reported ,J, .thn*-i
to the 'United Jewish, Federation." Thi7Pn,ved ,anJncide,U
years-long series of errors as a result of which ,i! ""'N
tions of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation ivlnanies "H,
peal and United Jewish Appeal have steadily comeWi ,e*
best Oft it*, face, no one should expect the kind r, T,hani
ensitlvity brought to Jewish organization, ,),', ,n ^
bring. But these are particular organization- which ,,ha
fare of the entire Jewish community here and which h.?1
kant repercussions from a fund-raising point of vm* 1, J'
ity at large. = '*-w on the i_
Standard practice for Miami's morning daily ha* h .
eration and its arms in the same light it trains ,,,3 n|'i
events herdded by their equally mmScS ,,"Z"*&
card, past editions have beheld men's Huh sJ.-.l I- M
gational dances vying for headlines with pivoi ,| r.J, ***|
whose initial ambition it was to report onPv, 1 \S^
portance locally, nationally and in many cases abroad
Such serious journalistic distortions principally betrayi
evaluation of the Jewish community's relative - thr publication', unwillingness to modify pre-concehZ
major Miami torie. of Jewish .ignificancc. deluding3
erat.on. have never fared well in its news columns unlevlJ
proved to be sensational reading or negative m jmalic*,11
sure sign of the daily's neglected responsibilit.es toward a.
portion of its readership.
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WILFULLY CYNICAL C0NHISI0N CONTINUtS UNABATED
BUT THESE ARE only some of the facets of -ucli
tions. Heretofore, the Jewish community has been thenj
of tin- single-minded astigmatism; henceforth, the entire is!
to suffer. The Sunday edition of the morning daily' and iai
Fund spread, are a case in point.
Greater Miami Jewish Federation has an ever increasing
the community at large. Three of its member agencies -
Family Service. Jewish Home for the Aged and the Greater Mils?
ish Community center are also United Fund participants, fl
cess of the Fund will redound to the advantage of Federation-!
posite is also true. These observations are not based on i
considerations alone.
For to be understood clearly is that Fund also assumes t-
taneously increasing stake in the Jewish community. The fact i|
both Federation and Fund are now integral parts of the totali
ity; in this sense, if in no other, their interdependence
vious.
One would never know this from the United Fund spread*]
ami's morning daily where the past, wilfully cynical confusimi
editors continues into the present a present heralded by 1
editors as a new era in fund-raising and community welfare. Ill
ing area-wide support for Fund, a feature urges the reader j
Up Your Contributions." Here, are listed 20 "major" orgauf
that held campaigns in Dade county last year. Following are lSJ
organizations, published in smaller type and therefore
lesser significance.
"Many of them," opines the feature, "would quality to j
United Fund." Among the 20 listed, along with such gnwfi
Cancer Institute at Miami, Dade Unit of the American Cancerl
Heart Assn. and others, are B'nai B'rith and the Combined)
Appeal.
IGNORING TNI KIAUYItS Of WN04AISING
I AM AT a loss to recollect the extent of such 'major'' drmm
B'rith launched here in 1956. Categorically, they woald P*
significance compared with talented money-makers like I'nitnil
bral Palsy Assn., Miami Multiple Sclerosis and fellow-memhsj
morning daily's "big 20." Indeed, they hardly enter as an ufl
But to place the Combined Jewish Appeal among }*"""j|
a cognate listing of the since superceded Community' (WJ
County is to reinforce the by now generally recognized f-
confusion this publication brings to most Jewish community nv
The Combined Jewish Appeal, as the fund raising armfj
Miami Jewish Federation, has a role within its sphere u a*
to play as does Fund within its own. Fund ha- given n!{'f:*/a
of this fact has cleared on its calendar Federation's tr
three-month campaign period for January, February and M
1957. CJA collected close to $1,800,000 here; campaign 0,,iaa^
edly look toward a $2 million dollar goal next year This *
philanthropic unit not even by comparison with Unit" .
its 8,207,707 drive announced Sunday. A
To imply, if only by association, that the Combinedi**^fl
may be among local organizations qualified to Jm ,hM
violent injustice both to Fund and Federation: to make>
tion without naple qualification is wiHulry to ignore
the rea*l
uon w-hboui ample qualification is winui* w is"* .
fund-raising, as well as the scope and purp ><< of CJA an ^
that CJA's individual continuation sets aside maximum
need.
JiWISM LtADtKS MUST INUCHTEN JNIM
CUCH HAUTMALLY NeLIOeNT reporting, as I jj
** as much the fault in the past of the Jt"w,s VrTuhe caM.
leaders as it is the morning daily's. This may still "\ <&*>
general understanding of future Federation -Hind ,>,!
Jewish community leaders today assume position! "^JJJ p
United Fund planning and budgeting and can clarity
sn'Ps j purn
Should they fail to do so as they failed in the Pj'J(,^d
<>r otherwise, to impress the area with the -'-'"''""nn of uWf
munity programs, and the morninc daily with tnew"
the victim will not be. as previously, Miami Jewrj ^j,,
The victim this time will be Greater Miami -- J?
insight to learn what the morning daily even n''V jn fftWtl
the integrity of the Jewish community's fund-r ^ ^
significant relationship to a successful t


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, November 1. 1957
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fe Takes Up Cudgels for Worship
TOR, The Jewish Floridian:
i to comment on the article
uincilin concerning tlie sc.
Stern Plan" lo exouse c'lil-
iram school during a J.wi.h
n it my department to talk
he Miami Beach Hieh
Mr. Kats is a very compe-
.(l conscientious principal,
nows how to aci; ond when
:, 4*1 nee loan O-ihode*
rabbi, as Mr. Mindlin put it, he
houd be applauded because it
eems that he knows who is an au-
larity to define a Jewish holiday
nd I he laws concerning its observ-
ance.
I would like to comment upon
>ne aspect of the controversy.
While we all seem to agree that a
Jewish holiday is a valid reason to
>e absent from school, the ques-
'ionwds raised if synagogue attend-
*=-'?

)i B'rith officials meet to review results of annual B'nai B'rith
nbership drive. Letf to right are Hy Friedman, president
feral Gables Lodge; Jack Fink, president of Miami Beach
ge; Stanley Caidin, president of South Florida Council of
Ri B'rith Lodges; Harry Schwartz, president of Sholem
je; and Coleman Meyers, president of North Dade Lodge.
to enlist new members will continue into December.
:loridians File Claims Through AJC
Ptal of 50 persons in Florida
been aided by the World and
(can Jewish Congress offices
York to register claims with
IS. Department of State in
ction with the forthcoming
imental negotiations concern-
lump sum settlement of U.S.
rty in Poland.
registrants listed properties
lalized or otherwise taken
by the Polish authorities.
II, 9,000 persons registered
their claims through the Con-
gress, of whom 75 percent re-
sided in the area of Greater New
York.
The remainder included 1,558
persons throughout the rest of the
United States and a small number
of American citizens temporarily
residing in such countries as Italy,
Curacao, Switzerland and Mexico.
The talks between America and
Poland are expected to begin early
next year.
ance is one of the prerequisites of
the holiday.
The Talmud Chulin 91b. states
clearly that it is mandatory to
Pray in a synagogue every day,
based on Genesis 21-11. The Tal-
mud Berachot 6a. states that the
prayers are not hearkened to
only in a synagogue; furthermore
it is stated there that if someone
does not visit the synagogue he
h considered a "bad neighbor"
of God.
The Talmud Yerushalmi Ber*
chot ch. 4, art. 4. makes Tefila B'tzi-
bur a mandatory precept. The Zo-
har (Beshalac 59b.) states that the
erection of a synagogue and its use
is equal to the building of the Tem-
ple in Jerusalem. Maimonides, in
"Laws of Prayers." precisely says
that public prayers are in place of
public worship, and on the holidays
where the Musaf service is recited,
synagogue attendance is absolutely
mandatory.
The codes in Orach Chayim on
laws of Rosh Hashona clearly state
if in one synagogue there is a Sho-
far and in another synagogue there
is a Minyan, that we must visit the
synagogue that has a Minyan.
Synagogue attendance during
the Feasts of Pesach, Shavuoth
and Sukkoth are definitely bibli-
cal, because they are included in
the laws of pilgrimage which
reads: 'Three times a year all
your males shall be seen in the
presence of thy God." The Tal-
mud in Hagiga rules that women
and children have to attend syna-
gogue services during those days,
especially during Sukkoth, when
the mitzvah of "hakhel," to con-
gregate the Jewish community,
is observed (Precept 612).
The Codes (Orach Chayim 488-1
and 529-1) rule that on each holiday
at least half of the time must be
spent in the synagogue.
It is true that in cases when the
Sabbath or the holiday must be vio-
lated by riding a car, synagogue at-
tendance is forbidden, but I doubt
if this motivated some rabbi to cre-
ate a new "tradition" concerning
the laws of synagogue attendance.
Maybe this information on Jew-
ish law will convince Mr. Mindlin
that perhaps it is not altogether
wrong if Orthodox rabbis control
Jewish existence. After all, our ex-
istence is Torah.
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Jessel Due for Bond Tribute Here
George Jessel, one of the all time greats of the American entertainment world, will **'' "*-
tor of ceremonies at "A Tribute to Synagogues Night" in recognition of their efforts on behalf of the
Israel Housing Bond drive during the recent High Holidays.
* *
'Tribute' Plans to be Discussed Here
Sunday at Israel Bond Bruncheon
The affair, sponsored by the High
Holiday planning committee, is
scheduled for the main ballroom
of the Fontainebleau hotel Nov. 10.
and will present as honored guest
from Israel Mrs. Lies Goosens Pick.
See Related Story
Pg. 1 B
Closest friend of Anne Frank, who
shared her tragic childhood experi-
ences during the Nan holocaust.'
and Norman Atkins. Metropolitan
Opera baritone.
Rabbis of each synagogue whose
efforts reflected a high measure of
response to the special Holy Day
Israel Bond drive will be pCBBSPtod
with a certificate of merit from Is-
rael by William Bornstein. co-chair-
man of the High Holy Days plan-
ning committee.
Jessel. who has given prodigious
amounts of time and talent to
countless charitable affairs, is a
leading star of television, radio and
the Broadway stage. He has also
appeared in many motion pictures,
and has produced dozens of movies,
including "Tonight We Sing."
Plans tor a "Tribute to Syna-
gogues Niihf' will ho the subject
of a Sunday morning brunch at
10:30 am in the Garden room of
the Crown hntel.
A committee consisting of com-
mittee, headed by William Born-
stein and Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz,
will coordinate efforts to help col-
lect cash for outstanding pledges
in the amount of $350,000.
"Plans will be made at the
munitv leaders representing the 30 brunch here Sunday for effective
synagogues i" 'he Greater Miami waVs and means of collecting the
area that participated in the Israel
Housing Bond drive, is scheduling
the tiibute Now 10 in the main ball-
room of the Fontainebleau hotel.
One of the high points of the
tribute program will be the pres-
entation of certificates from Is-
rael to those synagogues whose
efforts during the High Holidays
helped to make this year's Israel
Housing Bond drive one of the
most successful ever.
The efforts of the more than 30
I synagogues here helped to bring
the total amount of Israel Bonds
Bloodhounds on Broadway. The ^ ,0 more than $250,000. With
1 Don't Care Girl." "Dancing in the | the 1957 over-all Greater Miami
Dark." "The Dolly Sisters" and Israel Housing Bond goal of $1,-
"When My Baby Smiles at Me." 1250.000 to meet, the planning com-
Max Lerner to Give Inside Story
On Recent Tour of Israel. Mideast
Max Lerner. eminent author, teacher, journalist, and lecturer, will
pre.-ent an "inside report" on his recent trip to Israel when he appears
hs guest of honor at the 40th anniversary celebration of the Balfour
Declaration to be held at Temple Beth Sholom Saturday evening.
Also scheduled on the program
will be the presentation to the Tem-
ple of an individually inscribed
Shofar. made in Israel, in recogni-
tion of Beth Sholom's efforts on
behalf of the Israel Housing Bond
dm e. More than $115.000 in bonds
have so far been reported purchas-
ed by Beth Sholoaa member fam-
ilies
The services rendered by the
people of Temple Beth Sholom
have been in response to a plea
by Premier David Ben-Gurion to
the Jews of America to help the
little land in the time of her
greatest housing crisis. Mrs. Wil-
liam Yanowitz and Mrs. Ralph
Cobb are co-chairmen of the Tem-
ple Israel Bond committee.
Professor of American Civiliza-
tion at Brandeis University, and
dean of its Graduate School of Arts
and Sciences. Lerner ranks as one
<.i the nation's outstanding philo-
sophical minds. He has combined
extensive travel and intensive study
with a distinguished career of
teaching at such colleges and uni-
versities as Sarah I.awrence, Har-
vard and Williams. He also teaches
at the new School for Social Re-
search in New York City.
Noted columnist for the New -
York Post, Lerner has journeyed j yers,
widely in Israel, studying at first alike.
ra'-h. without which Israel can not
start building the homes so desper-
ately needed by the hundreds of
thousands of immigrants now flow-
ing into the gallant new land."
Bornstein and Rabbi Abramowitz
revealed Wednesday.
Community leaders thus far nam-
ed to the committee include Morris
Nasatir. Seymour Liebman. Mrs.
Abe Kasow. Simon Seiden, Sam
Reinhard. Israel Mellman, Mrs.
Ralph Krieger. Joe Cohen, Philip
Weiss. Ephraim Dick-tern. Mrs.
David Hertz. Mrs. Sadie Rosch, Abe
Fraidlm. Hy Morris, Louis Dublin.
I. B. Eisenstein, Jacob Rothman.
Ben Miller. Oscar Lelchuk, Hyman
Sootin, Bert Weiner. Meyer Baskin,
Abraham Grundhut, Mrs. Bessie
Spen. Arthur Deutch, Mrs. Jack
Bernstein.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nelson, Mrs.
David Denner, Jack Fishman, Dan
[.Broad. Irving Schatzman, Maurice
Hyman. Hyman Chabner, Maurice
, Goldring, Lena Mintzes. Louis Mer-
witzer. Tom Fritsch, Leo Gelvan,
Sam Rabinowitz, Max Blumentbal,
Jerry Sussman, Mrs. I. E. Goldman,
David Platt, Ezra Feingold, Mrs.
Effie Platoff, Ben Berlin, and Mir-
iam Press.
Dr. Williams is Honored
Dr. H. Franklin Williams. Uni-
versity of Miami vice president and
director of community affairs, was
honored Tuesday by BethuneCook-
man College at its sixth annual hon-
ors convocation in Daytona Beach.
He received a citation for "merit-
orious service in education and out-
standing contributions in the field
of human relations." Dr. Williams'
citation was granted unanimously
by the honors and awards commit-
tee of the college.
MAX LERNU
'America as a Civil-
to be called
ization."
Lerner's best known books are
"It is Later Than You Think."
"Ideas are Weapons" and "Ideas
for the Ice Age." His noteworthy
study of Oliver Wendell Holmes,
"The Mind and Faith of Justice
Holmes." is still in demand by law-
law students and laymen
His most recent book is a
hand the new State and the new I collection of essays entitled,
societies that are being built there, tions and Passions."
In addition, he has been a war cor-'
respondent in Germany, and has re-
ported Labor party conference*
from England, international con-
ferences from Paris, and the un-
folding of events in Yugoslavia, the
Far East and Guatemala.
"Ac-
Lerner's writings have ranged
over the fields of politics, eco-
nomics, ethics, and patterns of
democracy in the U.S., about
which he is now finishing a book
'Be Satisfied' is Subject
At Spinoza Forum
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by Dr. Abraham Wolfson Saturday
evening at the Spinoza Forum, 11th
st. and Ocean ct. Topic is "Be Sat-
isfied."
At 8:30 p.m.. Dr. Jacques Fresco.
Miami psychologist, will also ad-
drM the forum. A question and
answer period will follow.
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jay. November 1. 1957
""JeHisI Fk>rldlian
liami Contingent Off to ZOA Meet
Paqe 7\
|arr\
home of the 20th annual con-
tncc of the Southeast region of
J Zionist Organization of Amer-
lin be held in Birmingham, Ala.,
king Friday will be "20 Fighting
Irs, We've Just Begun."
liami attorney Seymour B. Lieb-
president of the seven-state
Bwasl region, said here that
^quarters for the weekend-long
gence will be the Dinkler-Tut-
hotel.
Jaffe, conference chair-
and Harry Hurvich, co-chair -
of Birmingham, expect an at-
lance of over 600 people. The
Ihra^I region includes Florida,
i. Mississippi, Alabama. Ten-
tee, North Carojina and South
Uina.
The conference will start with
ligioos services at each of the
Vee leading congregations in
ningham Friday night. At
nnle Emanu-EI, Mortimer May,
Nashville, immediate past
tsident of the ZOA, will be.
est speaker. At Temple Beth
a forum, "What Does Israeli
vry and American Jewry Ex-
Et of Each Other?" has been
nned. Participating in the for-
i will be Liebman, Leo Burton,
| Memphis, immediate past re-
al president, ,and David
odwin, of Miami, regional vice
tsident.
Congregation Knesseth Israel,
Persky, of Augusta, Ga., for-
r regional president and member
(the National Administrative
will be guest speaker.
he Miami delegation will be led
I Liebman, Dr. David Andron,
gident of the Miami.Beach Dis-
Ezra Feingold, president of
North Shore Zionist District;
Die Rossner, president of the
a! Gables Zionist District; and
he Levine, president of the Mi-
i District.
|ther delegates attending will be
Goodwin, Joseph Alter, Max
ker, Isidor Bakst, regional treas-
M ldon.. La4chu, Marilyn J
ders, Abe Schafer, regional au-
^r, Al Ossip, Morris Simon, Dr.
Zuckerbraun. Dr. Herman
erbel. Dr. Zev Kogan, Sam Sol-
ger. Louis Shapiro, and Gil Rap-
ort, director of the Southeast
Ion.
|>n Saturday at 2:30 p.m., the
ningham chapter of Hadassah
present an Oneg Shabbat in
lor i.i the ZOA delegates and
hi-, according to Mrs. Howard
Jultz, president, and the confer-
committee will be host at a
Itch Treat" dinner Saturday
It
[penini" session will take place
p.m. Saturday in the Terrace
Iroom of the Tutwiler. Presiding
be Jaffe, and keynote speaker
be Hon. Shimshon Arad, first
retary of the Israel Embassy,
will discuss "Behind the Head-
[Sunday morning, unique ses-
an, "ZOA in Action," is sched-
d. "Bun sessions" will dis-
cuss program, membership, |,-
reel projects and public rela-
tions. A panel of four past presi-
dents of the Southeast region
will follow the sessions to com-
ment on recommendations.
At 11:30 a.m., Ben Golden, presi
dent of the Atlanta District, will
chair two forums, one dealing with
world Zionist affairs, at which
Robert A. Persky, of Augusta, Rab-
bi Hams Swift of Chattanooga, and
Burson are due to participate, and
the second with organizational
problems, featuring Liebman, Bab-
bi Meyer Passow, of Memphis, and iinmost dis^SS
the past presidents of the South-
east region.
Abe Berkowitz, of Birmingham,
a past president of the Southeast
region, will chair the 1 p.m. lunch-
eon in the Terrace ballroom of the
hotel. Guest speaker will be
Jacques Torczyner, national vice
president, member of the Presidi-
um of the World Zionist Actions
Committee, and a past president of
the Manhattan region of the ZOA.
Torczyner has been a leading
spokesman for the Zionist cause
throughout the United States and
Canada. He Is a member or one of
families in
pre-war Europe, where his late
father was president of the Belgian
Zionist Federation. Torczyner was
one of the founders and major pro
moters of the Israel diamond in-
dustry.
At 3 p.m., Liebman will pre-
side at the plenary session, fea-
turing election of officers, adop-
tion of resolutions, discussion
and adoption of a budget, and a
Jewish National Fund report by
Dr. Zev Kogan, of Miami Beach.
Highlight of the conference will
be the installation banquet at 7:30
p.m. Sunday night at the Fairmont
Country Club. Guest speaker will
be Dr. Emanuel Neumann, of New
York, national president of the Zi-
onist Organization of America.
Ballet, Modern Dance
Classes Planned for Tots
Ballet and modern dance classes
for children, ages 5 through H,
have been formed at the Town and
Beach Branches of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Community Center un-
der the direction of Mrs. Eugenie
Schein, formerly on the staff of
Hunter College and now with the
University of-Miami.
Classes' are conducted at the
Beach Branch, 1536 Bay rd., on
Wednesday afternoons. At 2:30
p.m. the class is geared to children
from 5 to 7 years of age, with the
3:30 class for the 8 to 10-year-olds.
At the Town Branch. 450 SW
16th ave., classes are conducted on
Tuesday afternoon at 3:30 p.m.
"cows roeczwM
'will Group Installation
installation of officers of the
*ill Group of Greater Miami
. to take place Thursday at
I resta"rant, 1257 W. Flagler
w*. Zada Williams was to be
""ng officer.
"Robert King High For Mayor of Miami"
To The Citizens
And Voters Of
The City Of Miami
By
ABE ARONOVITZ
ABE ARONOVITZ
:
AN OPEN LETTER OF ENDORSEMENT TO THE VOTERS OF A CITY MEANS EXACTLY WHAT THE TERM IMPLIES .
SIMPLY THAT THE SIGNER PLEDGES HIS UNQUALIFIED SUPPORT TO, AND IN FAVOR OF, A CERTAIN CAUSE OR
CANDIDATE. SO IT IS WITH THIS LETTER. I, ABE ARONOVITZ, OFFICE HOLDER WHO TRIED, SOUGHT AND FOUGHT
FOR A HIGHER STANDARD OF GOVERNMENT, PLEDGE MY UNQUALIFIED SUPPORT IN BEHALF OF ROBERT KING HIGH,
AND HIS CANDIDACY FOR THE MAYOR'S POST OF THE CITY OF MIAMI; ELECTION DAY NOVEMBER 19, 1957.
Decision to write an open letter to the voters of a city is not one0 to be made hastily, nor taken lightly. The voters of this city know
that I have always been level and square with them, working always in their behalf for the best principles of good government.
To do, less in a political campaign, in which I am not seeking any office, would be a betrayal of the trust I hope I have enjoyed
in years past.
I unhesitantly endorse ROBERT KING HIGH for Mayor of Miami, basing my endorsement, not on the premise of a long and pleas-
ant personal association, but rather from a carefully analyzed viewpoint that the present incumbent has not demonstrated leader-
ship or the understanding of economics involved in the rising cost of government. Neither can the public attain those things
necessary for the great future which lies ahead by electing anyone previously connected with City Hall. I base my viewpoint
from careful analysis and my own convictions that BOB HIGH represents the finest ideals of a young man, plus the soundest
fundamentals necessary for leadership of this great city.
For too long and for too many years you, the Miami taxpayers, have been asked to foot the bill for services rendered to the whole
County. As an example, when the City operated Jackson Memorial Hospital, it treated patients from Homestead. Coral Gables and
Miami Beach with a deficit of $1,500,000.00 annually, paid with money from your pocketbooks. a majority of an investigative
committee composed of Raymond Miller, William Singer and myself successfully recommended its transfer to Dade County. The
taxpayers of Miami are being taxed millions to maintain port and harbor and the City is now planning the spending of more
millions to build a new port at the expense of the taxpayers of Miami. The City is now spending one half million dollars each year
on its publicity ventures. These are objectives and functions, with many others similar, which serve and benefit the whole County
and the duties and expenses therefor should be transferred to the County.
The City of Miami has been the home of the servants of the area who have been exploited with high renta's for substandard
housing This has created slums. We, the taxpayers of Miami, have paid in terms of higher insurance rates, increased budgets for
the maintenance of a larger and more efficient fire department, and increased crime conditions with the maintenance of a larger
and more costly police department, composed of fine and more educated rank and file policemen, and ^.upcrv.seJ by some anti-
quated, less educated, entrenched and less efficient police superiors.
We, the taxpayers of Miami, have a definite problem of, the ne
across the river, in the downtown area especially, or the same w
downtown area at the expense of all other taxpayers. We must p
ination of the railroad tracks. The failure to do so has a direct
cannot and must not be undertaken except by metropolitan gov
to make certain that its Mayor has sense enough, the courage en
government, and to assist witH its proper implementation. Ther
own autonomy under the banner of the "city autonomy," at the ex
ernment.
ed of and the expenditure for the building of bridges or tunnels
ill stagnate and with it produce a dimunition of assessment in the
ush on with the fight to get a new railroad station and the elim-
effect upon the traffic solutions of the area. These problems
ernment. Therefore, it is important, money-wise, for Miami voters
ough and integrity enough to quit quibbling about metropolitan
e is a group of municipal politicians who want to maintain their
pense of Miami taxpayers who need relief from duplication of gov-
It is because of BOB HIGH'S attitude, principles and integrity that I feel that the one best hope for the citizens of Miami is to
suDoort and vote for a man who has never previously been connected with the City Hall. Let's get a fresh start and a fresh look
in order to stop the spiralling of taxes and have some new btood produce new ideas for the great future which stands before us.
I hone that vou the citizens of Miami, will not think me too presumptious for expressing this opinion which I sincerely believe
is in the best interest of all Miami. We, the taxpayers of Miami, have been carrying the load for services which should be
borne by the whole County.
If you have faith in me, I hope you will have faith in my judgment.
Respectfully submitted,
^Afbc Pd. Pol. Adv.
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Beth David Consecrates 118 Here; '
Miniature Torahs Mark Occasion
^mber]
Abel J. Harris of Miami Beach (left), represents Greater Miami
at 12th annual country directors' conference of Joint Distribu-
tion Committee held last week in Paris. France, attended by
seme 100 U.S. Jewish business and welfare leaders comprising
fourth Overseas Study Mission of United Jewish Appeal. At
right is Kivie Kaplan, of Boston, another UJA delegate. Harris
is member of Federation's board of governors and co-chairman
cf Banking and Finance Division of Combined Jewish Appeal,
UJA affiliate body. He is also vice president of Temple Israel
and member of citizen's advisory board of University of Miami.
One hundred eighteen children
from the third through the fifth
erade of public school, who began
their Hebrew studies this year,
were consecrated at special Beth
David services Saturday. Oct. 19.
Rabbi Yaakov G. Rosenborg led
roan in the traditional bless-
iaga of Thanksgiving.
: Bakst, chairman of the
school board a! Beth David, wel-
comed the children and their par-
ents.
Mrs. Nathan Dubler, president of
the ITA. aisu presented greetings.
fit a rerr--Srartr of the occa-
sion, each child received a minia-
ture Toreh from the PTA.
The following were consecrated:
A I'pl- l-.i [Jm, Mai .!- I) I laum -
||< > ivth in .1. Bai bare
rerman, Aiati Co.
: i i Ick Shai "it K.i.-i-
i :'! ;..i-i.. Kai .ii Kim.-I.
Janlr< Oa
Milan, I'.'. I; .ii f Kali.
Kline M-- 'I Lehman, Har-
ba .i i a Kra M endel. Mark
.. I..tir> IV*acov, Jurtatl St-eat,
M..rk s.ikn. ii..n.. Kolomon, Stephen
Kith)' ahlmali. I '..|i tM
Berk. De-
i' rte 11 a Chen,
.! 1i \ Cranman ludlth Kalk, ffhnron
.n. Jnillih Frled-
Suaan Goldberg-,
Kam Uoldsti i Bill (Jompera, It' bee*
. t <;.....'."in. Ai.iii Kaplan, Lee Kauf-
i touaTlaa May-
II K, Kill. \l. >-
Robei i s hi.i t.-i n
ii nrlnc Smith. Bernard
Sork. I 111111:111. Ia\iil Si. iii-
M Si : iiliauin. Mi.ll> Turet-
> H 11 aha
i i Up bar I Artl
I i Uli n. .1... ki.- Baakln, Ronald
No Settlement at Israel's Expense-Golda Meir
Continued from Page 1 A
th<-r<' was Win in >he conferred who was not
i zinced <>f the sincerity of Is-
rael's quest for peace.
On the question of arms to the
Arab states, Mrs. Meir reiterated
Israel's opposition to the dispatch
TURN THE LAST KEY FIRST
TO ELECT
Raymond (Ray) E. Turner
Your Miami City Commissioner
(GROUP 5)
NATIVE FLORIDIAN MIAMIAN SINCE 1925
A Businessman for a Business Administration
INDEPENDENT ABLE HONEST
"ACTION SPEAKS LOUDER THAN WORDS"
LOWER TAXES
CLEAN UP AND BEAUTIFY THE CITY
fOR BETTER
CITY GOVERNMENT
TURN TO TURNER
Your Vote and Support Appreciated Nov. 19"
IM Pol A.lv
of arms "regardless of source
to those who use them for the
purpose of aggression and de-
struction. However," she con-
tinued, "we dare not ignore the
new element that has recently ap-
peared that greatly intensifies
(our) peril." She referred to the
vast quantity of arms streaming
into Syria and the accompanying
propaganda campaign that Israel
is threatening to attack its Arab
neighbors.
Mrs. Meir touched briefly on the
Israel delegation's fight at the Uni-
ted Nations to force the release of
jthe Israeli fishing trawler Duron
] and her crew of six. Israel is wait-
|ing impatiently upon Secretary
! General Dag Hammarskjold's ef-
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| insisted that it was "essential" that
I he exercise his full authority to
{achieve the earliest return of the
l vessel and crew.
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every weekday morning from 9 a.m.
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Friday, November 1, 1957'
Jeisti Meridian
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CANDULIGHTING TIME
7 Heshvan 5:20 p.m.

fa
rges
rtry
j*~\ *
JWB Leader Will
Speak at Southern
Section Conference
'" *NPTW ORt.BAttS-Lou.is Stern
of Newark, N.J.. Chairman of the
Jowi'h Community Ontor Division
"f tho National Jewish Welfare
Board, .will address the board of
--nors of the Southern Section-
TWB during Its 12th annual meet-
ins here Nov. 13 to 14
Stern, a member of the slock
brokerage firm of Stern and Byck,
is a past president of the Jewish
Community Center* of Bases Coun-
ty, Nl. and currently i< serving as
president of the Jewish Community
Council ot Eases County. He will
speak on th<> major responsibilities
with which the Jewish Community
Center Division of JWB is to be
red or bias
| MADISON, Wise. The na-
piuil director of the Anii-Defama-
L League of B'nai Frith warned c,"fr,""<>'' dur.ny 1037.53.
[ lay that the "unguidad mis-
\ racial and religious rti s-
l in higher educa'ion
bj hi the next two years become
I neipal obstacle in American
liorts in out-distance Soviet scien-
(fie developments such as Sputnik.
Speaking at a luncheon given in
Bn honor by Gov. Vcrnon W.
Ihmn-im in the executive mansion,
Ir. Benjamin R. Epstein, of New
lork. declared that the "crisis
Lint will arrive in 1960, when
bo iir-t major wave of the war-
|me baby boom reaches college
K.
He asserted that "every quali-
fied youth, regardless of race or
treed, who has the capacity
nust be given the opportunity to
Become part of our scientific
pnanpower pool. But there is dan-
ger that with the increasing pres-
sure for college admissions ail of
fci the old abuses of hidden en-
trance requirements based on
prejudice which have boon elim-
linated in recent years may re-
turn."
I To meet the problem, Dr. Epstein
rged the expansion of college
icilities and the establishment of
kal safeguards against discrimina-
|on in the field of education.
"For the sake of our national se-
nty, we carefully husband the
iterials of science, such as
pemicals and metals, but our
leatest resource of all in the battle
Pr peace and security -, the re-
pun-es of ljuman intelligence and
Went are frequently destroyed
fc' Mind acts of prejudice and dis-
Timination at the educational and
niployment level," he said.
In assessing the scop* of the
Problem, Dr. Epstein said that
/the nation's college ago popula-
tion is ,bout nine million today,
pe smallest in more than 20
|V**rs, with one in three going to
|college.
["Whether America remains ahead
the race for scientific achieve-
ment, indeed in the race for world
ace and security, depends upon
nether we provide an opportunity
F schooling to all of the young-
fers who have the capacity without
*8ard to their racial or religious
Lfigins."
Board of oov^rr-ors, which is
composed Af representatives of
Jewish Community Centers in 11
Southern states, will further
plans for the expansion of chil-
dren*' summer camoing under
Jewish Community Center aus-
pices in the South; for an intensi-
fied program of recruitment of
prospective Center workers; and
of developing scholarship aid to
individuals preparing for careers
in the Jewish Community Center
field.
Religious Directory
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
Friday i:|o ,,., Saturday S:M am.
Bermon: 'Learning and Forsettliif."
1
ANSHE EMES. 2535 SW 19th
ave. Cantor Morris Zimmerman.

BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Yaakov Rosen-
berg. Cantor William W. Lipson.
t bj R:15 p in s. rmon: "Ml
Annu, ,...,,1, .. Bjaturdaj ,, Bln r ,
m"-K'lt\,,'''' n,i Mr*,
gernafaitel ,,, m': ;,ui1
Mm Ueorge i\>b< n

BETH EL. 5C* SW 17th ave. Or-
rhodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir-
sky.
1:1 ii in
'I K i-..... I'.

BETH EMETH. 12250 N.W. 2nd
ave. Conservative. Rabbi David W.
Herson. Cantor Hyman Fein.
y R |. in .'i m.,i,
"f .. I' ili \\ |VM ..,, i
b H..... ,,r 1 he
I
mi.n: 'Th lourin rael,"
II Mi
con-
S.-i -
BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rott-
nnn.
Si iih.n :
nf .I'l.l.i is II.'

BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washing-
ton ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor
item. Cantor Maurice Mamches.
Friday :,'> p.m. Sum > a.m.
Sermon: "Itel slo i i i\ Ills itlon."

BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd
sve. Orthodox. Rabbi Arie Becker.
Friday 5:80 p.m. Hal irtko B:80 a.m.
Si rmon: "Bro idei I lurlxona."
*
MONTICELLO PARK. 164th st.
and NE 11th ove. Conservative.
Rabbi Isaac Lerer. Cantor Jacob
Goldfarb.
Friday s p.m. Sermon: "Shouting the
Future.' xouta leaden to be honoreu
areetnm in,mi limn s, i,i,i, ihahman
of ih.- Board nl raiucatifin: awards
i "-' nted bj Harold Brown, pr<
pnea Snabbal hoaU: Mr and Mrs i. i -
mr Beyda Saturday a am. s,......:
\\ i. kly Portion "

NORTH DADE CENTER. 13630
W^D^ie jiwy^C^isaeitaUyt, ji-bbi
Henry Okolica. Cantor Maurice
Neu.
f/**!*! 15 P '" Barroon: "Education
and ilw 11..in, Satnrda) 9 n.i
Minn: "Weekly Portion."

NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620
75th st. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowiti. Cantor Edward Klein.
I:1J p m. Bermon: "The Art
..I i..- mn'ni s. t'n dn> R:43
mon: "Weeklj P. i r ;,,,..,.,
,.''. ',' Mr, n i M
it Mr. .,!
Mrs. : i |ney \,.,.,.

SEPHA7DIC jeWWH CENTER.
715 Washinaton ave.
.
SOUTH DADE JEV.'IcH CEN
TER. Reform. Rabbi Herbert M.
Baumgard.
in-IR.-15p.Ti ., it Mei
bide i i;n Miami
'"h"' H...... Komethli
"Vlewtna; SiiulnlkThrnugli Rabbl'a
Byes Saturday a.m. Bermon:
"Weekly Kortloa." Bar Mltawah: Hark,
pn of Mr. and Mrs. TIiomihk Travis;
Henry, sun of Mih. laaliplle Ziinawlll.

TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th
st. Reform. Rabbi Joseph Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
Friday R:is p.m. Barmon: "What Tou
'i.iii Know iuui i in n't Believe I
Blns Relitloue." Itl new members
will |. welcomed in Wolfsoii .unlit..r-
lllll).
*
TEMPLE JUDEA, 320 Palermo
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skop.
ICaQtor Herman Gottlieb.
i"i ii- i: p.i
in -ChHlr_:i"u W
Sermon: "Judalum
rid." Siit
I '''. B-ir Miuvah: Jeffrey, ,-,,n .# Mr.
The first revision of the constitu-
tion and by-laws of the Southern
Section, since its establishment 12
years ago, will be enacted to re-
flect the dramatic expansion and
changes which have occurred in the
Jewish Community Center move-
ment in the South during the past
decade. In addition, there will be
an election of officers and board
members for the coming year.
Board of directors of the New
Orleans Jewish Community Center,
of which Dr. Nathan Goldstein is
president, will be hosts to the
Southern Section.
Israeli Commies
Exploit Fracas
Continued from Page 1 A
him and, in the scuffle, both fell.
Toubi's shirt was torn.
According to the policeman,
Toubi then shouted, "We will yet
abolish this state of yours."
The Kfar Kassem disaster, one
year ago Wednesday, on the eve
Of the Sinai operation, remains a
source of bitterness and tension de-
spite Premier Ben Gurion's expres-
sions of regret and the compensa-
tion paid to the families of the vic-
tims. The fact that the military
tribunal has not completed court
martial hearings in the case has
increased the bitterness of the re-
gion, which the Communists are
trying to exploit.
AMMAN ISRAUI
RELIGIOUS STORE
'357 WASHINGTON AVE.
IM'A*I BEACH JE ,.7722
Bm?ttS,F.LECTION <>F AB
svLT*yA Outf'T8 and
-...GOOUE SUPPLIES
Membership luncheon Will
Feature Dr. Levine
Fight for Sight League of Miami
member Mrs. E. Auerbach is spon-
soring a paid up membership des-
sert tea at the Seville hotel Tuesday
noon, Nov. 12.
Special program has been plan-
ned, with Dr. Oscar Levine, guest
speaker.
Fight for Sight now boasts of a
membership of over 600.
hbbi Dr. Tibor H. Stern
311 Washington Ave, M. B.
p"nes: JE 1-2205 JE Mtf
Miami Hebrew Book Store
1585 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach JE 8-3840
Hebrew Religious Supplies for
Synagogues, Schools A Private Use
ISRAELI A DOMESTIC Q.FTS
BliTH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
ky.

CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
Conservative.
Friday s:3n p.m. a I Weet Miami
Junior Hich .'.Mm.i.
a
DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CEN-
TER. 18160 NW 2nd ave. Con-
servative.
lYIilav Vl"> p.m.
e
FLAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW
51st pi. Conservative. Rabbi Mur
ray A. AUttt.
hYiday BfjS p.Mi. Bermon: "How
Kaihii Abraham would Battle the
Kasl-VvVst Conflict."
a
FT. L/UDERDALE EMANU-EL,
1801 S. Andrews ave.. Ft. Leuder-
Jale. Reform. Rabbi Marius Ran-
M.
'a e
HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th
st. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander
5ross
a
HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS. 951
Flamingo way. Conservative. Rab-
bi Leo Hcim.
Fi day *':i"i p.m. Sarmna: "Abnam oi
k bra ham." One*; Bhabbai hoata: Mrs.
Thomas Bcaliae and Mr. and Mra.
Abraham Qoui. Snlurday !i a.m.
a e o
HOMESTEAD CENTER. 183 NE
8th St., Homestead. Conservative.
**~->-'s Gerti officiates.
a
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE BETH
EL. 1645 Polk St., Hollywood. Re-
form. Rabbi Minard Klein.
e *
HOLLYWOOD BETH SHOLEM
1725 Monroe st., Hollywood. Con-
servative. Rabbi Samuel Lerer.
a a
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SNAI.
2030 Polk St., Hollywood. Conserv-
ative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor
Yehudah Heilbraun.
a e
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3198 SW
24th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Mor-
ton Malavsky.
Pride.) .",.!" and <:15 p.m. Onea Bbaba
I,.ii Koate: Mr. anil Mrs. Jacob Rchlff
mi their r>2nrl analverearj Shturdaj
a in Bar Mltxvah: Jerry, eon "i' Mi.
and Mi>. Ita' iii.mil Winili rl.alim.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehr-
field. Cantor Abraham Seif.
Krlilay Vl."> p.m. s'.itunlav ^ :: a in.
i "The Covenant-ol A-hraham
end God."
*
MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGA-
TION. 1101 SW 12th ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Berele
Kelemer.
Friday I p.m. Saturday Id a.m.
Bar MUsvah: at. i-avid, eon oi hfn
and lira, Barn Cteln.

Morb
a
it

SOUTHWEST JEWISH C"NTER
6438 SW 8th st. Conservative. Rab
bi Abraham Levitan.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144
Chase eve. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish.
a _
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701
Washington ave. Conservative.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Is-
rael Reich.
Kri.lay :, anil |:S0 ,, ,. Sirmnn:
TEMPLE NER TAMID. To be
erected at 80th st. and Tatum water-
way.
a
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. P.abbi Alfred
Waxman.
i- lids ..I. Sermon: "F
I eaders In l-r.n-i Instal atl m !' i'sv
lay B a m. I lar M u -
I Mi
' .
a a a
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N.
Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham Herson. Cantor Albert
Giants.
K> p iii. Bern.....
Makea an imiiv ld.ual. I n
'''-'- Mi .ml Mra Ja k Berke In
honor ..I aon M ekej 'a i: r il
H iturday 9 a.m .-. rmon "The Hi n t
the Altar of God."
*
TOR AH TEMPLE. 1254 West
ave. American Judaism. Rabbi
Abraham Cassel.
a a
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44
Zamora ave. Conservative. Rabbi
B. Leon Hurwitz. Cantor Rudolph
Brill.
Friday ">: and 8:15 p.m. Bermon:
"Conservative Judaism," to be iii-i in
a aerlea Saturday B:38 a.m Bar MiCB-
\Hh: Mil.hell, son of Mr. and .Mrs.
Philip Friedman
THE OFFICERS, DIRECTORS, FACUITY AND STUDENT BODY OF THE
HEBREW ACADEMY MOURN THE SUDDEN AND TRAGIC PASSING OF
Our Most Beloved Student
JAY STEWART MAK0VSKY
We will force, hear the voice of jay that sang and stirred everyone
with its beauty, siaccruv. honesty and genuineness. His was the
voice of the Academy which hwhtred others to follow him in the
ways of Torah.
Though departed. Jay will continue to speak for us and to us. May
his short but creative life of service and dedication to Torah be a
coruolaiion to hi* beloved harems, family and to all those who
knew and loved him.
Mrs. Benjamin Appel
President Hebrew Academy Women
B. I. Binder
President
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+Jenistifkrir
HMLARY MiXDLiN
Mr. Daiches in His Intricate Image Bestrides Two Contii
LITERARY ESSAYS. By David Daiches. 225 pp.
York: Philosophical Library. $4.75.
New
SOMETHING LIKE A windfall for critical letters is the
recent publication by Philosophical Library of David
Daiches' "Literary Essays;" one could not have hoped that
Mr. Daiches, whose "Two Worlds: A Jewish Childhood in
Edinburgh" was reviewed here last year, would have been
so prolific so fast. The twelve pieces, none written earlier
than six years ago. are concerned principally with Eng-
lish, Scottish and modern American literature. An essay
on Walt Whitman's philosophy and scattered references to
others forrn^ the bulk of the American criticism; Mr.
Daiches, who in "his" intricate image bestrides two conti-
nents, finds few Colossi this side of the Atlantic.
3urro\ frmedmax
The book includes pieces on Samuel Richardson,
Christopher North, who was a "roaring success" of a Scot-
tish professor-journalist, Scott, and the writing of Scot-
tish literary history. A sharp little "Cambridge Dialogue"
takes delightful pokes at many things, including America:
'Of course, you Americans elect your generals as Presi-
toentj!
.Ilwreet; the German Htl.l,. ha
hook for M&uufi$\?+^
who M tad no noniieiiHe.
boura-eol. Ulble and the He,"
''"fciaMRI
"I believe in buying the luxuries first., V
always take care of themselves" ur lU,e
Cornell classroom in which I sal. thu.tl~.s 0nce<3
dents, hut then you have a constitution that keeps them windows oil^thesiiioeFv'i'neV? "]Us thro*ing wii
from carrying out their policies." Two beautifully con- That ^^ breath Q]f^J^Jen*rvati of L2
ceived essays, one on guilt and justice in Shakespeare and
the other on Dylan Thomas, are highpoints.
Especially intriguing is a discussion on the problems
of translating the Hebrew Bible.
Tlir Kniiltxh Kllile. at leant In the A lit honied Version,
ha* a riiiuniu limpidity combined with iMvaxlnnal ritual
overtones; the Kr.-m-h liible li tleitant and imiIIsIumI and
my i
In Rocket's Red Glare, They Stand Faithful
Washington
THE ROCKETS THAT thrust the Soviet "Sputnik" into
space blasted the Arab-Israel situation into a broader
context.
As the Eisenhower Doctrine crumbles, the United
States finds two nations faithful. In the rocket's red glare.
Israel and Turkey are still there. The myth of "pro-Amer-
ican" Arabs has been shattered. Saudi Arabia. Iraq. Jor-
dan, even friendly Lebanon, sense that American military
superiority may be eclipsed. The portentious Russian moon
moves on its orbit, while the Arab elements of the "free
world" turn their faces toward Moscow.
Exploiting its enhanced prestige, the Kremlin is dis-
playing a tougher line in the Middle East. Syria is being
used as an obvious instrument of penetration. Yet there
has been no firm response by the United States. Egypt's
Nasser, the Gov. Faubus of the Middle East, has taken
positive action by dispatching troops to Syria. But Amer-
ica has neither drawn a distinct line against aggression or
formulated any concrete answer to the threat.
Israel and Turkey have looked to Washington for lead-
ership and guidance. They have found only weakness,
confusion, and bromides. Nevertheless. Israel and Turkey
are each dedicated to defend their freedom alone if neces-
sary.
The specter of Arab unity is again abroad. There is
talk that Israel is the anvil on which this Arab unity will
be forged. Will the apparition of such solidarity take
form? Perhaps.
DAY in SCHWARTZ
All the perfumes of Arabia would not sweeten the
hand of King Saud who signed a personal "message of
warm friendship" to President Eisenhower even as the
Saudi delegate to the United Nations was denouncing
America. Saudi Arabia joined with America's other Arab
"friends" to justify Syria's importation of arms and Com-
munism from Russia.
Iraq was lauded by Secretary of State Dulles as ihe
"cornerstone" of the Baghdad Pact. The cornerstone
proved, however, not to be on a very solid foundation.
"Anti-Communist" Iraq justified the Syrian arrogance.
King Hussein of Jordan, another staunch freedom
fighter, referred to the Syrians as his "brothers" against
whom he would never use his new American weapons.
Despite Sate Department pledges. King Hussein reassured
his army that .their U.S. arms were actually for use against
Israel.
The Arabs dream of hiding behind a Soviet shield as
they encircle Israel with a noose of iron. Egypt and Syria
would use the common bond of Arab hostility toward Israel
as a device to bring Jordan. Lebanon, Iraq, and Saudi
Arabia into line. Arab nationalism would tolerate no
neutralists in a "holy war" against Israel.
Could the United States afford to allow such a situa-
tion to develop? Would it not be an attack on one of our
last two reliable allies in the area? There is hope that
Washington is waking up to the intended Arab role in the
Soviet play for world domination. For it is difficult to
sleep when a Soviet moon beeps warning signals overhead
Sputnik or No Sputnik Life Moves Ahead
THERE WAS "PASKUDNIK," All rightnik." and now
there is "Sputnik." And I am afraid its making a lot
Of us neurolniks. We are beginning to understand better
the Bible story about eating of the Tree of Knowledge. Was
the apple which Adam and Eve were warned against really
a Sputnik? And was Isaiah referring to it, saying: "How
art thou fallen from the Heavens, Oh day star, son of the
morning?" Isaiah speaks of those who say, "I will ascend
above the heights of the clouds, I will be like the Most
High.'
The prophet predicted they shall be brought down "to
the uttermost parts of the pit." And it is certain we will
be. unless the Sputniks are brought under control I-aiah
was something of a social thinker. He wanted swords
turned into ploughshares, the lame to walk, the blind to
HERBERT G. IAJFT
'Porgy' to be Filmed
CAMUEL GOLDWYN ANNOUNCED this week thai^^rf-
tracts have been signed for the purchase of George
Gershwin's "Porgy and Bess." Early motion picture pro-
duction is now assured after extended negotiations with
the Theatre Guild that began last May.
Ira Gershwin, co-author with DuBose Heyward of the
lyrics, wrote Mr. Goldwyn on this occasion: For Porgy
and Bess' to reach the screen under your guidance with
your devotion to fine pictures is a matter of great impor-
tance and satisfaction to all of us. I am sure the thous
ands of audiences who, over the years, have seen and heard
Porgy and Bess in this country and in so many other lands
will be looking forward to your production. And all over
the world countless other audiences to whom the George
Gershwin-DuBose-Heyward music drama has been only a
legend will be enabled to view this truly American work "
It seems that the filming of Gershwin's folk opera ap
pears at an appropriate time as an enlightened public is
ready and willing to overcome racial prejudice.

Just attended the Hollywood press screening of "The
Three Faces of Eve." the psychological thriller written
produced and directed by Nunnally Johnson. The picture
stars a new face Joanne Woodward in the trying role
of Eye. But the prize performance is given by veteran
Lee J. Cobb as the doctor who finds a way to the twisted
mind of his patient. Rarely has a Hollywood actor given
such a realistic portrayal as Cobb does in the current
movie.
see. and he looked forward to time when man should at-
tain such longevity that when one died at 100 years, people
would say an infant had died.
But Sputnik, or no Sputnik, life goes on just the same
I see by the Jerusalem Post that on Yom Kippur, 35 chil-
dren were born in Tel Aviv. None of them was named
Sputnik. Ben Gurion is still more popular. I never would
have thought that children would be born on Yom Kippur
,nUVC.re4at,n goes n,a" ,he i^. The Red Mogen David
n Tel Aviv, says the Jerusalem Post, was kept busy rushing
the mothers to the hospitals all day long on Yom Kippur.
What makes babies so interesting to newspaper editors?
?!," "KeKSrtnik they stlrt a new *'ld. so to.
speak. Each baby is a new world.
i ^h.l!e ,hey are talking abou, leveling to outer space
I wish they would make traveling to the Bronx easier
thn J'-^'m i",cres,in see a list of the names of
those 35 children born in Tel Aviv on Yom Kippur I won-
JecenUv heeara;y 2 """k!"" ev*r g
recently heard a story about Pinchas Sapir of the Israeli
OS6 aidASaTr ^ !, ""* P^"""* SlhTS
Okay, said Sapir. "I will see you at six o'clock." The man
mean,"LMr ,haP,r SS*1 there' but he found "2 sTpTr
meant six in the morning. K
SchmaerTahduS^v,nf S about ,he Zionist leader
"to mee, Dr Sak C-'t "" appointm<,nt" said Levin.
anr' h i Greenbaum at seven o'clock. I came
at nine, he complained, "and he was already gone."
^ORMSSMOLAR^.
"New Critic." Mr^ch^w.n^S^^M
sant charm, simply undoes the v. h,,|e iiT Wd
Criticism. Central to Mr. Daiches' wn ,?"* *'
(hat criticism, "exists in order to merely ^
so increase enjoyment," and thai -the ZV1*".
x.srn always clarifies and explain, eZS
.nee to their causes in the work Cts"**-5
It is this emphasis on the readers reactinn .
consequent movement from external Cffe,t *"'-.
analysis which identifies Daiches,;,,, is also the salient factor in the immen^l^**!
prose. Although critically acclaimed To*'ft**
important voices in literature todav Mr nV'hi '
to write for readers, rather than for fellow critic?
A final essay on "Religion, Poetry ad the n.k
of the Modern Writer" examines irom a different
that of the artist, the problem of .ncreasin. mL
Significance can best be given by the "counterofi
apparently contradictory Insights.' The gravel
tion of the potential of the modern artist is*also a M
hallmark, and no less exciting, to me. than anvthiM,
he has to say!
SAUL CARSON
New Hate of Israel
United Nit
ISSUES OP IMPORTANCE to Israel continue to crop^
over this huge enclave. Sputnik and Syria compete
attention. Gromyko and Golda Meir -hare the -potugl
until the day each shoves off for home Dag Hammaki
jold and the Doron the Israeli fishing trawler piratxM
seized by Egypt on the high seas keep coming to I
fore.
There are UNEF issues, and the issue of the Anbii
gees, the Arab boycott against Israel. Arab attacks i_
Israel shouted every hour on the hour, and just plain I
mulishness. A correspondent is about to despair ill
effort to spot the week's topic most urgently requiring
tention. Then along come the Russian-, with somei
propaganda, and the matter is resolved.
Not one but two jumbo-sized envelopes are!
livered, each containing the same neatly-engraved
reading: "With the Compliments of the Permanent I
gation of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics to I
United Nations." Gentlemen thank you.
Here is something not originally -ent to thu,
spondent. It is an extremely handsome, beautifully-
ed, large-format piece of literature, about the siie of I
Magazine, containing photos in multi-hucd glory. Tbsl
of this prize package is simple: "Soviet Union." I! jjj
ed at the "J. V. Stalin Pravda Print,r_ Plant" in Ma
There are 13 separate editions ol Soviet Uium'i
with captions in Russian, English. Chinese. Korean
Urdu. Arabic. Serbo-Croat, French, -'crman, Finiuai
Japanese. And in all of these languages, 'Soviet I
declares it just loves the Arabs.
By inference, deduced from other matter ui ttej
velopes as well as from Gromyko speeches and theCn
arrogance shown to Golda Meir, "Soviet Union" poirtj
another clear if unspoken slogan: "We Hate Israel"1
13 languages. Including Arabic, natch.
Principal feature of this issue oi Soviet I'nka J
last summer's "Sixth World Youth and Student FesW
From front cover to the back, there are many photogr
of youths attending the festival; photos in black-and-nj
photos in gorgeous color; photos of youths dancing, m
ing, rowing, marching, parading, demonstrating ~Jf~
talking, talking of peace. Now. it is well known thaU
Israel, two delegations of youths came to this festivaLi
of the delegations was anti-Communist: the other was
posed of Communists, or at least of Sputniks (the r
you will recall, means "fellow traveler"). Are the r
Sputniks included in even one of the many photos
on your Stalin tintype.
The Red Stake in the Heart of the Mideast
^LL MOSCOW PUSH Syria and Egypt to start a ",ma.i
"SSS-KoreanS ^\3
ed openly in vll^Xe^VZ" S ^5 disCUSS"
Khrushchev repeated on .1 V V'et boM Niki,a
will be "dertroyS'?s2*vn7"'^V,on-that Israel
has given rise to*.., Itoi^Ln* *"* **
wiH Encourage SeUAbTta.S.esn^n;hat think* M
means of sohdifying j 'Vfmenr- ? "^ ,Sn,el" "
Arab world. Thi"^ S VuL^^' f ""
trends carefully, believes that ^viJS lnteonal
elimination of IsraeI S, J? af",,"H* in the
prepared to pay S *"* the Kremn
in^JK oeeerveh,hnadt 2TShS ST *?t* W*-
Egyp, can only hurt l2^*^
they point out, can lead to a total Arab defea,,. ^%
Egypt's defeat in Sinai, and wipe out the |0"u'Thev*I
the Kremlin has established in Syria and Egypi- ^j^l
argue that since Russia finds Israel a convenient
boy to win the applause of the Arabs, why to
i,? u h in B*^
In Israel, the belief exists that it *"u,*l" ^rt *f
interest to fan a local war in the Middle **' iuf H
border war between Israel and Syria. Isr,s Svrltftl^
easy it would be for the Russians to incite in .^y
attack Israel and so start trouble in thet. "# Syria <
therefore, watching the Russian penetration
easily but closely. v military
It is taking an Intense interest in '"^j^-itfl
which Syria receives from Moscow, the WD,"{swiH I
of experts from Russia, and the training
Russia.


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* for Applicai.t
I i lyne Wiuff., .Miami, Ha.
N 6 fie E D"ND ER~
FICTiTIOob NAiviE LAW
tl'l ii i-; Is n..Ki.iii >iii..V that
iU'isigned, uealrlng to engage in
ss unuer the ucntloUH name of
-.Yak afartmen is at tVM
It I lay M'.....i' Dilve, Miami, Kia.,
mi legiater said name with the
|k ul the Circuit Court of Dade
Etc, Florida.
MAX COTTON
CKI, ,v TEITKLMAN
t.i liir Applicant
|, .,>ii,. llluB., Miami, Fla.
notice" unde"r
i fict.tious name law
fcy,,, i; IS in.Ilr.HY UIVI-.N that
udeiMfcned, uesli nig to engage in
ii.-- unuer Ihc licutloun name of
ThY ii 5i*8 8.W. Mil Street, Ml-
riorida, intends to register said
with Hie Clerk of tne Circuit
ri oi 1-auc Couniy, Floilua.
HIMaN llllAf MAN
Sole UWMf
LlMAN A- GOLDSTEIN
, loi Registrant
w I iagu i bt., .Miami, Kla.
LEGAL NOTICE
Page 11 A
IN
IN
III
TnC0^.Ty JUDGES' COURT
AND FOR DADE COIiiuTv
FLORIDA IN probate Y'
on-. .. No- 1W-A
RE: I.-I..I, of
JACOB HEIMAN
I teceased.
n. ...NOTICE TO CREDITOR'S
fi^frudRSatB
>'..i me hereby notified and renulr
ed to present any olalma JS deinanda
nakahhkimaV'* ""r,e*-
Vr,\V:"!K HBIMAN
MAIt\ iihi.ma.n DWOSK1N
as executors under the Last Will
."''e.^'""""1 J"'"b ".
SJW IIKIMAN K KAPLAN
By Louis Hennan
Attorneys for executors
ll/?-8-lS."l2.'t Sl" Mlu""- na-
LEGAL NOTICE
E TMr?.&0UNTY JUDGES' COURT
DA ?NFo1DDE COUNTY, FLOR
>-\ A I'lIOSIKKMAX
i eceaaed
T. miN,OT,.?E TO CREDITORS
to aii .editor* and aii Persons Hav-
"'"- Or Demands Against Said
;.'"' "; ',...... 'oiinty, Florida, to the
County Judge* of Dada County, and
|ie the same in their offices in the
Count) Courthouse In I,,, i ,-,
Hoi
unly,
ItAE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
iVtrJ/HH JUO.CIAi. CIRCUIT.
iFLOfllDA. IN AND FOR DmDE
||M y IN CHANCERY. No. 206663
I ii.\ Li.' n I'.I.S, INC.
Uiuiiuti coi poradoii,
I Mlllllf
\S and HARRIETT If.
.. Ill, H li. I'A 1 II i C. All i.S'-
ii _____ Mu.NlloE, in,- wlte,
.,! d .-I... U.NKM >u .s
. ..ieks, creditors,
stEI.s "i: >"i" 11 i-:t i CUAIM-
. by, i .!...iuii, tindir or
.iiij hi tne above nain.-d de-
'i....' in- ii..ul .mil not
di .i.i or alive; and ai.i.
,-,i.,.- UK PARTIES, whether
i. mei art) "......"-
efi ii.ianis or oi Jo r-
any right, lit it- in iii-
i n .inn to tne pioperty Involved
I Inn i inai lei' mure p.u -
i nli. .1,
I '. eminnls,
Ue, '! THE 8TATE OF
FI.i'iKIi 'A
t\ ii ki:i:ns and HARRIETT
IKLK.NS, Ills wife, address un-
ui. DAVID C. MONROE and, II
|l'ie>l, ______ MONROE, his wife.
trfcg unknown; All of the above
lli.ii respective unknown liens.
ees, Kl-anteea, leualees, asslgn-
iieiuurs, lienois, trustees, and
other i laimants claiming by,
lu-li. under or against any of the
]o- named defendants, who ate not
n tn he .lead or alive, and all
knis .r parlies otherwise, having
Elaimlmt to have any right, title
I -t in the lollowlrtg uescribed
eity:
lh. Weal Jin f.et of Tract 12 of
J\i:st UlAi.lCAH HEIOHTS, ac-
iliiig In the I'lat thereof, re-
orded in I'lat Hook 28, at l*age 39
V th" Public Raoorda of Dada
ouiit), Hni nla; formerly known
|s l^iis 1 to 6 Inclusive, -iii.i l."i-
Ini I isive, Block p2, ul
^' I I' IIIAl.KAII HKI<;HTS, ac-
I i the I'lat thereof, re-
i.l,,i in i'lat Book 22, at Pan
I, ul Hi, Public lteiolils of Dade
County, Klorlda.
iher
60 I', it of the Sooth ISS
I- 1'iacl :. ft EST IIIA l.l'.MI
ibli'. I ITS, according to the Plat
orded In rial Book 28.
I ol th.- Public EUoorda u
iimty, l-'liii ma.
"Ii- '!. : |20 ].. ,.| of n,.- South its
t "i Tract ... \\ BUT IIIAI.i:\ll
U'lllTS, a. coruina to the Plat
' recorded in I'lat I.....k 21.
- J.H ..I the Public Ue.onls ..f
i' I'ounty, Florida. A I.so
' S Ah Lota IK. 17 mi.I in
W B8T IIIAl.KAII
r-l'.HTH, according to tin I
ie...... recorded In i'lat Book 22,
. M "f the PubllC H.'
"' uunty, 1'"inikla.
_.-J!T,CE UNDER
.. P'CJITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
.,,-.,'!n 8,ned' ^"""'"f o engage in
business tinder the fictitious name of
M AND I KOSHER MEATS at 953
Washington Ave., Miami Beach, Fla
Intend* to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida,
HURRA T Fit AND
10/2V l,/,.s./."VIN,i =
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IK HEREBY UIVE.V that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
bualneaa under the fictitious name of
K1DI.KY HOUSE APARTMENTS at
1380 N.W. .".lh Street. Miami, Intend
to register said name with the clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dude County,
Florida
THOMAS 1'KI.HAM THATCHER,
a Single Man, and
MARIO B. J"ltCK.
a Single Man.-in n Joint Estate,
wilh Right of Ownership in the
Survivor tin i eof.
I; vRNBTT I'KI.TZ
Attornev for Applleaati
Ml CongTOBt BldC., Miami :,S. Kl.'i.
in gs, n '1.8-15
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE. No. 40493-A
in it;:: i:-t.ui. ol
LOUISE \'. SAL, '
Dei b sedl
NOTICE TO CREDTORS
TO All Creditors and All Pel um Hav-
ing Ctelma in I 'einaarts Agalnat
B!ata i e:
You are hereto] notified ona required
to iii.-si-iit an-, ei.iiins unit damandi
which you in.iv h.iM- agalnat |be ag<
int.. of I.i iriSE V. scai. deceased
late of bade County. PierlriH, VO tSe
County -In.:. lade Count*', and
file I lie same in t!ie:l Dfflcei in the
County Courthouse In Dade County,
Florida, within aiahj calendar months
fi.uii the date ..r the flrsi publication
her.ii!, or the same will lie haired.
MAX It. SII.VKK
Aa Executor of the I-ast Will and
T. -lament of LOUISE V, SCAI..
Decenafd.
MAX R SILVER, Atty. -K.
til BeyboVd Hldg.. Miami, rla.
1U/1S-L',,, 1] /l -8 _____^__ ___________
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersiffned. desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
HARDINH AVENUE Al'AllTMKNTS
at 7340 Harding Avenue, Miami Beach
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
ROSE HRAMKIPTHR 1/3
HERBERT BRAMB18TER 1/3
ARTIIt'k EDELBLUM and
MARILYN EDELBLUM his wife 1/3
NKI.SON \- SCH I 'I.MAN
Attorneys for Applicants
4U7 Lincoln lid., Miami Beach.
10/18-25, 11/1-8
Hoi in a within eight calendar months
worn the date of the first publication
hern,t, or the sanK will be barred.
LOUIS HEIMAN
."TANI.KY C MYKHS
ri executori under Last win and
I -lament of Eva l'losteiiuan,
MYERS. HBIMAN Kaplan.....""
By LOUIS HEIMAN
Attorneys for Executors
1130 8.W, 1st St., Miami, Fla.
10/25, 11/1-8-15
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, 11th
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, DADE COUN-
TV, FLORIDA So. 206385
FRANK H. STA.MII.UCH,
Plaintiff,
vs.
LYD1A STA.MI1AUOH,
l 'efenuan,.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOU, Lydla Stamliaugh. Route 1, Box
143, l.yford, Texas, are required to file
your answer to the Complaint for Di-
vorce with the Clerk of the above
court'and serve i copy thereof upon
Herman Cohen. Atty.. HMI Congress
Hldg., Miami, Florida, on or before No-
vember 88, i!i:,7. or .-is., complaint will
be taken as confessed. Dated, Octo-
ber 17. 1957.
E. li. I.KATIIEIt.MAN. Clerk of
(seal) the Circuit Court.
L. SNEEDEN, Deputy Clerk
10/2V 11/1-t-i:,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ARCHER hltl'IT CO, at "17 Lincoln
II..ail, Miami lleoeh. Intends to leu-
ii.l name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Daile I'niliilv. 1-I.....la.
ROBERT UI88RY.
Mac MERME1 I
Attorney for Applicant
i...... s W Ird avc, Miami, Fla.
in 18-23", li/l-8
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OWEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business llllilei tile fictitious name nf
Hotel A Restaurant upholstery at
180 N.W. 1st street intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Conn i,r Dade County, Flor-
ida.
DECOR and BALES aids, inc.
A Florida Corp.
PALLOT, SII.VKI: ,v MILLi'V
Attorneys for Appllcantg
7fil Congress Rldg.
I" 11-18-25, ll/l
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
neralgned, desiring to engage in
business under tin- fictitious name of
itors Upholstery Service at 180
\.\\. l-i Street intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida.
DEOOR AND BALES AIDS, INC.
, A Florida Corp.
PALLOT, SILVER ft MlLl.oY
Attorneys for Applicants
7<>i Congress nidg.
10/11-18-25. 11/1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS OIKKKHY iSI-VEN that
the iinilei'slune^. de-ii imfi to enu.me In
>ni.mess under*the fictlHous' name of
Nu-Vue ratio Shop at 1832" S. Dixie
Highway* Perrlne. Fla., Intends to
iei;i-ter said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
U.orlda.
HARRY RECKSON
10/U-I8-25, 11/1
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
-.JP.ICTITIUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
1 He .Nautilus Hotel at 1825 Collins
Avenue. Miami Reach, Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
NAUTILUS OPERATING CO.
RIRNETT ROTH A "'l,U Crp-
Attorney for Applicant
420 Lincoln linad
10/11-18-25, ll/l
NOTICE UNDER
x-.-fJCTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage la
oi-mess under the fictitious name of
Helle Bench Apt. Hotel at 19H Lib-
erty Avenue, Miami, Brch. intends
to register said name with the I lerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade Coun-
ty, Florida.
BEATRICE C. COTLEll
LOOM A. EPSTEIN S'e Wner
Attorney for Applicant
420 Lincoln Road
10/11-18-25. 11/1
NOTICE UNDER
x-. FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under th- f1r*itii>u n-..-.... nf
COLVA.MATIC-r-WASH In Dade
1 ii ii I j Intends to register .-aid
name with ihe Clerk oi tne Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida
COINAMATH-r-VVASH COR".
_____ A Florida I'm p.
SIDNEY BFRONSON
Attorney for Applicant
^lf, Shoielaiul Hldg.
10/11-18-25, ll/l
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
^-Jenisli Ikrldktr
solicits four legal notice.a.
W appreciate your
patronage1 and guarantee
accurate service at legal
Phone FR 4-4366
for meeeenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under th.- fictitious name "f
NINAS APARTMENTS at li^n S \V.
Kth Avenue, Miami. Fla., Intend to
latei as d name Ith the Clerk ..i
Court of Hade County,
Mil Ti IN SI'i a i|. ,\
IRENE SPOOL
i- I :> i .111 ii-. i -.
, l""-; Ownership.
I'.li:\ett ROTH
Attorney for AppUca
1*0 I.......In Rd Mian.i Be ich, Fill.
II 1-8-1S-22.
gistei
the Circuit
Florida.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN >ND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 41831-A
In RE: Estate ol
SARAH FE1.IK
1 iecea-.il.
-NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
iiuiieil to prevent any claims and de-
mands which you may have agalnat
the .state of SARAH FEL1K de-
ceased lute of Dade County, Florida,
i.i 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 fruffi the date of the tli-t
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred.
ROBERT FBLIK
As Executor of said estate.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN, Atty.
1023 Reynold Hldg.
Miami, Floi Ida.
i" ll-lt-25, ll/l
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
Ini-iiiess under the fictitious name nf
Ill's A- JACKS GROCERY at 7S0S
N.W. 17th Avenue Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court ol Dade County, Florida,
ci'ssn: GBCHTMAN
JACK GBCHTMAN
KEBSLER GARS
Attorneys for Applicants
1998 s.w. 1st Street
10/11-18-16,11/1 _____
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBT OIVEN that
the in: lesli Ing i i n
- "lei. ,
D1JVY-LEA APARTMENTS at 2855
Roj .I Palm Ave Miami Beach, Fla.,
Intend to register said- name with
the ''ink of the circuit Court of Dade
County, Plot
JULIUS SINCllFI"
ELAINE BINCOFF his wife aa
an estate by tie en tin ty
IKVINi; c. BPEAR
Attornev tor Applicants
216 Roper B
1" U-l.--_''.. ll/l_____________________
NOTICE UNDER"
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ..f
VICKI S DANCE AND SOCIAL CLUB
at 7IL' S W. sth sue-1. M Rml intend
to regltei sard name with the Clerk
of |he ciniiii Court or Dade County,
Florida.
VICTORIA A. WBtLLWARD
HARVEY LEE
Sole Owners.
STANLEY RICHARDS
Attornev for AppHcanta
6"5 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, Fla.
11/1-8-15-22.
r I
HK
Last fin i.....t ,.f the w-.st 2"i
of ihe North 1st beet of
i ... W E 8T 11 I A I. E a li
'HI'S, eat/onllng- to the Plat
recorded In Plat Book 28,
1 "f the Pill,lie Records of
'"iinty, Florida.
aFeet
I .'-t 180 Feet of the West 210
"i Hie Mouth 111 l.....t of
'.' .' of the Amended Plat .if
In!, ,.' '" '- Inclusive of WEST
PlAii.wi HBIOHT8, according
I, l'"i thereof, recorded in
'.....k 28, hi Paste ul the
i of i Mde Oouity,
11,1
' 1)1
lorida

'" \KE HEREBY NOTIFIED
'Kl .",.',.,'" '""''' t'l'e in I M.
i;..iLl:s. inc.. a Florida cor-
! has l.e.n filed In the al
i.-i you ior the pur-
ging ., Decree to yulei
1 '" *l I Ian i and you
required to serye copy "f
UJ the Complaint on
,." ""oi in j ajid fi the orlg-
of the Clerk ol Ihe
.....' i mi ..I I., tore the
November, 19.17,
!.,
il
r
,,,. ,. ..... '. i '.ii. nuii'i wii-
nf< ... will I
"Is ;vth dny of tvtober.
Pati'i


IKIi.MAN. Clerk of
"oint, Dade County,
Bj L, A i| R 'RE
I
'12..... 82, Fla.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL C'RCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORDA IN
CHANCERY No. 206481
CAKI.A III'l'TI,
Plaintiff,
I'All. HEI-TI,
I 'efendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: pa ii. HB1 ti. Defendant
4 Vns-ar Place
s. ai sdale, New York
TOU, PAUL iiitti. IRE HEREBY
Ntn'ii- ied that a Complaint tor Dl-
voi re has been filed Bgalnsl you. and
you gre herehy reipiln-d to serve a
Copy of your Answer m I'I. ailing to
said Complaint on Plaintiff's Attor-
KOMMRL l!i hi Hits'. 420 Lin-
i .In Road, Miami Reach, Florida, anil
file the Original thereof in the office
oi the Clerk < the Circuit Court on or
before the 25th day of Nov.-mi.ei
1917 nib, i :-. the allegations i
Complaint will be taken as confessed
TiATED nt Miami Beach, Florida,
this 21st d > of October. 1987.
E P.. LBATHBRMAN, clerk.
cii, uii Court Dada Countv, i'\.....la
It. H. RICH, Hi .
(seal* Deputy Clerk
11/1-8 IS
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thnt
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Customs Drapery Company at ISO
N.w. i-i stint Intends '' ri
said name with the clerk of tin I n-
cult Court of Dade Countv. EL
l'i:c IR AND BALES AIDS. INC
A Florida Corp.
PALLOT, SILVER Ml I-LOY
Attorneys foi Appllcanta
701 Congress Hldg.
10/11-18-25, 11/1
NOTICE UNDER
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
FLAGLER SUNDRIES at L'slfi West
Elagl.r Street. Miami, Florida intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
AARON AL PEItLMUTTER
Partner
BERNARD PERLMUTTEH
..... Partner
GOLDMAN QOLD8TEUN
Attorneys for Reglatanta
:':i:i Weal Flagler street
.Miami, Florida
10/18-28, 11/1-8
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA, IN PROBATE No. 41651-A
In RE: Estate of
ETTA B BRl u 1KB
I i.-i ea Bed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To AH Creditors and All Persons Hiv-
ing Claims or Demands Agalnsl Bah)
You are hereby notified and ce-
--eiit an> cl I na and de-
mam a'li.-ii miii mi. have a
in. st a I of BTTA B BROOK I
late of I 'inie i "muiii y, l-
ro the County Judges of Dade Coun-
tv, and In their ol
County Courthouse In
Count Florida, a Ithln els
months I did the date of : hi
I eof, or the same will be
MILTON A PRIEDM \N
Admlnlsti.
MILTi iN \ FRIEDMAN, Atty.
I i Bid*
Miami S2. Florida
10/11-18-2"., ll/l
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the mi a. rslgned, -i. bIi Ing to en
bualneaa under the fictitious names ol
l ..-.- i ..in. iii !0 net i". I '* Ai i e\ 's i :
rant and Luncheonette, D*Arce) i
Restaurant, D'Arceys al l *;:: Alton
Read, Miami Beach, Florida intend in
sal l names with the Clerk
of the Cli clul tourl i i i >ad County,
Florida.
DAVID R. COHEN
1 IK LEY i: COHEN
NOTICE TO DEFEND OR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT ciiiliT of THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL circcit OI-"
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 2.....117
MORRIS TASHMAN
Plaintiff,
MATHILDA TASHMAN
1 lefendant.
SUIT FOR D'VORCE
TO: MATHILDA TASHMAN
99-40 83rd Road
Ri go Park. l. I.. N.Y.
You are herein notified that a. Pill
of Compralnl for Divorce has been
filed against you, and you are required
to serve a cony of your Answer of
Pleading to the BIN of Complaint on
the Plaintiffs Attornev GEORGE
CHEREN, fi"7 Olympla Hide.. Miami.
Florida and fl'e the original AnawVr or
Pleading in the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before thi
day of November, 1957. if you Call
I.. (In no, i'l.l" on n: by default will he
taken agalnat yoil for the relief de*
m.ind.d in the Bill of Complaint.
DONE VN'i> ORDERED H Miami,
Florida, this r.th dav of October, A.D.,
l".-'7.
R R LEATHFRM \N rierk.
Circuit Court. Dade Countv, Florid*
is.all By M. '' OREFV.
I'. nuty Clerk.
. I i., -,.- -i ,,... i --
si.- iivmn) Bldg, Miami >S, Fla.
10/18-25, 11/1-8
myv^V7s^AUMyEr,^s thai! kovner m~nnhe.mer
th,. me:.. -isni.'i, de.-ii in-- i" engage li
business pndei the fictitious name of
Hotel pany Bt HO N.W. 1st Slr.et Itll. nils
(o register said name with the tleik
of the Circuit Court of Hade County.
'''"'i .EC. Hi AND SALES AIHS. ING
A Florida Corp.
PALLOT, SILVER .v Mll.LoV
Atton Applicants
7i.i Congress Hiug.
10/11-18-2*. H/l
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
H-E is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, 'siiiua lo wi
Mller the flc'ltl ..us lUlllle.Alf
M \I!DI OH \S C'.l'l EE Slli'I'
ne Rtt d.. Miami, Ini.....I t" n*-
n Ith the Clerk of the
en, ult Com t of Dade Com
.1 \Mirs W DON VI Dr->N
PAULINE DONALDSON
. i.m nera.
IRD K VI.ISH
\u,.i m ii.' Anpll. -
il'onl Bldg Miami, Fla.
10/25, 11/1-S-I5
IN
IN
IN
THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 41471-B
RE: Estate of
ESTHER Wi ILF VOGEL
lieceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Batata:
TOU are hereby notified and re-
qulred to present any claims and de-
mands ulinli you may have against
the eetate of ESTHER W OLF VO-
GEL de. ea-ed l.ile Of Hade Cinnlv,
Flo Ida, i.. th. county Judges of I'nie
County, and file the same In their
in the County Courthouse in
Dad* County, Florida, within eight
i: months from thr> datPof the
fli-t publicstlo|i hereof, or lb? same
will be Inured.
GLADYS i: \SS10TT
WILLIAM WOLF
Kxei li
By: lladys Basactt.
AARON M KANNKK
\ itorney for rarei utors
ml Hldg.
i 32, Florida
10/11-1S-J5, 11/1
Attornev for i ':\\ rt ,v St nle} I
R Miami i...i h, Fla.
10/11-18-28, 11/1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
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Florida Intend to regiatei said........
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade Countv, Florida.
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Miami Beaoh, Florida
K \T7. AND ROSEN
Attorneys for Irving Hern
'.i" Mr .'-I i: .Miami Beach, 11a.
10/11-18-25. 11/1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, N PROBATE
No. 41813-A
In RI".' Bat its ..'
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Anti-Israel Policy Basic to Red Rule
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Golda Meir, Israel's Foreign Minister, is special guest at recent
luncheon of Philip Murray Memorial Foundation at which
535,000 check was presented by Foundation for completing
cultural center built by Histadrut in Eilat. Left to right are Dr.
Dov Biegun, national secretary of Israel Histadrut campaign,
Mrs. Meir, Joseph Schlossberg, chairman of National Commit-
tee for Labor Israel, and Georqe Meany. president of American
Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations.
Foundation originally gave SI00.000 for center in honor of late
American labor leader.
County Commission Candidate
Irving Hoffman. Miami Beach
realtor and civic leader who re-
cently announced his candidacy for
the County Commission, left Fri-
day morning for a four-dav stav in
United Fund agencies will use
most of their money in Dade coun-
ty A certain small proportion
goes to carry out their obligations
to their national offices.
Studies N.Y. Government %
Xew York City to study the latest
->>tem of metropolitan form of
j government now successfully em-
ployed there.
Hoffman was born in New York
land lived there prior to moving to
Florida seven years ago.
In his first political bid for public
of I ice as a candidate for the recent
councilmanic elections in the City
of Miami Beach, he polled some
5.000 votes.
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throat of destruction of Israel, and
additional information received by
toD-level officials in Jerusalem, ob-
servers reported this week.
Prime Minister David Ben Gur-
ion's speech to the Knesset last
week was generally interpreted as
expressing a cautious line aimed at
not slammine the door MliMl I
possible genuine easing of the furi-
ous anti-Israel assaults from Mos-
cow
The scheduled foreign policy
statement by Mrs. Golda Meir. Is-
rael's Foreign Minister, postponed
uafll week because Mrs. Meir was
suffering from a cold, was expected
to indicate to what extent Israel
official policy has been changed by
the growing belief that Soviet Rus-
sia has accepted the idea of the de-
struction of Israel as part of its
long-range program to take over
the Middle East.
Tha spech by Gromyko, de-
livered during General Assembly
debate on Soviet backed Syrian
charges of plans by Turkey, al-
legedly incited by the United
States, for an invasion of Syria,
contained a plain threat against
Israol.
Spelling out the Soviet-created
version of anti-Syrian plotting. Gro-
myko said baldly that "juging by
experience, Israel gives little
thought to its future development,
even to its very existence as a
state, if the policy which is now
being pursued by the Government
of Israel would continue. It loflks
as if Israel is cutting at the branch
on which it sits."
The Soviet Foreign Minister's
deadly warning followed a speech
by ita ,\>ian stooge. Saleh Bitar. the
Syrian Foreign Minister, unfolded
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from all over Dade county are ex
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in living at the 14th annual Home
Builders' Show.
The giant free exhibit will be
staged Dec. 1 to 8 at Dinner Key
auditorium under sponsorship of
the Home Builders' Assn. of South
Florida.
More than 150 exhibitors will dis-
play home products from all over
the nation, said John (iassaway,
managing director of the show.
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Rock Around the Clock ... Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Gal I as, of 16100 NE 9th ct.. and formerly of Kan-
sas City, Mo., happily announce the adoption of six-
months-old Randal Scott Florence, who took
a lot of ribbing from friends for hiring a nurse for
those first frantic weeks, had the last laugh on all
of them ... It seems that Sam, bending down to
pick up little Randy, threw his back out of whack and couldn't even
straighten up again ... He needed a lot more tending than the
baby, that day!
For MrttartT atld' Stanley Pearlmni a seven-and-a-half pound
boy. Ronnio Broco His proud grandpop is President Madison
hotel co-owner Jack Pearlman And for Mr. and Mrs. Stewart
Kohn, also a bonnie boy.

Harry and Jennie Gordon having a fabulous time at Las Vegas,
where the dice are warm and the weather is c-c-cold Friends
will be pleased to hear that Mrs. Harold Rand is almost finished
recuperating from her prolonged illness .
And the season must really be here because so are Oscar and
Leah Leonard, back for the winter, as they have been for six years,
at Dunworkun Court, 8200 Byron ave. Oscar is well-known in
Jewish circles, and Leah, of course, is the expert on Jewish cookery,
with several books and uncounted columns to her credit.
Dr. Ben Rosenberg, Greater Miami Jewish Federation exec
director, postcards greetings from Paris and adds, rather piquantly,
i am studying a lot of things" Ben and Greater Miami Welfare
leaders Mr. and Mrs, Abel J. Harris, of 1825 W. 24th St., Sunset
Island 3. were honored guests at a reception in the home of Baron
and Baroness Eli* do Rothschild in Paris last week The Baron
who is the chairman of Fonds Social and Juif Unitie of France,
granted an extended audience to Mr. Harris, who expressed appre-
ciation on the part of the American Jewish community for his
philanthropic work on behajf of Jewish refugees .
One of the highlights of the visit to the fabulous Left Bank
mansion was an opportunity to view the internationally known Rem-
brandt collection, which has been in the Rothschild family for many
generations Paris was also the site of the Joint Distribution
Committee Country Directors' Conference, which Dr. Rosenberg and
the Harrises attended, along with representatives from Sweden,
Norway, France, Belgium, Italy, Germany and Austria .
The Miami group were joined by Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle,
and newly appointed chairman of the 1358 CJA Dr. Morris Goodman
and Mrs. Goodman, in Israel, where they conferred with govern-
ment officials and toured the country to assess immigration needs.
Active civic leader Herman Binder was off on an eight-week va-
cation in Los Angeles, Chicago and Phoenix, Ariz. Herman vis-
ited his son and daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. William Binder and
their four year-oIeV Penny in Phoenix, where they recently moved
from San Francisco Bill is co-owner and general manager of the
new Camelback Edsel Sales Co., exclusive Edsel dealership for
Phoenix He's also active in B'nai B'rith affairs, following in
the footsteps of his father, who was honored last month as a 54-year
member and a founder of the ADL .
Herman spent several days in Chicago'with Dr. and Mrs. Mau-
rice Lev, former chief of pathology and research at Mt. Sinai Hos-
pital here Miami's loss was to the gain of the Congenital Heart
Disease Research and Training Program of the Chicago Heart AstD.,
and. judging from their pamphlet, they're properly thankful.
II was a Golden Wedding anniversary surprise party af the
Bay Harbor home of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Davis Oct. 16 in honor
of their dear friends Mr. and Mrs. Herman Springer, of 7340 Hard-
ing ave. .
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kaye marked their Silver Wedding anniver-
sary with a quiet evening at home last week, and none the less
blissful lor its quiet, either.
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The Wolfson-Lassman nuptials-might have swelled to Immense
proportions, but, in accordance with pretty Marcia's wishes, it will
be a >elect and quiet family affair Nov. 3 at the Wolfson's N. Bay
rd. home Marcia, daughter of the fabulous financier Lou Wolf-
son, just doesn't like display, and even confined her pre wedding
parties to a few given by her own friends Judy Smith's lunch
eon at the Fontainebleau and a surprise brunch at the Seville hos-
tessed by Bobbie Conn were two Joan (Mrs. Jerome'; Stern, of
Washington, will give a luncheon Nov. 1 .
The bridesmaid's luncheon given by Marcia and her mother and
the rehearsal dinner at the Fontainebleau, given by the future
bridegroom Everett's parents, the Ed Lassmans, took place Oct. 31
Marcia, by the way, is a University of Georgia peach Ev
has his bar exam coming up before he gets his attorney's shingle.
More orange blossoms ... For Roberta Chason, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Chason of Pinetree dr., who will marry Robert
Roth, a big betrothal party due Thanksgiving eve in the Grand ball-
room of the Fontainebleau Roberta goes to Finch College, in
New York City .
And for Carol Ann Wagner and Stanley Marvin Klein, bells to
ring out Nov. 24. with pre-celebrations including the engagement
Party for more than 35 given Carol by her sister, Mrs. Ira Feldman,
M the Roney Plaza.
>>
Not orange blossoms yet, but pink and lavender corsages await-
ed the 35 girls who helped Jonie Ruby celebrate her sweet sixteen
hirthdav Oct. 26 at the Algiers Jonie is the lovely daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. James Ruby, of 1255 West ave., apd a very popular
Majorette at Miami Beach High School Among the guests were
her sister, four-year-old Helen, and her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Ruby ... He is the equally popular teacher at the same
school.
Max Schwartz visited Tel Aviv on his way around the world and
compared it favorably to his other exotic stops in Hong Kong, India
a"'l Thailand .
Mrs. Alexander Kogan is going up to the U. of Penn to see
Al* Jr. and attend the Junior Weekend for Parents, highlight ot
*hich will be the Penn Navy game She'll visit her family in
Baltimore before returning home .'Alex, a junior in the School
of Business and Finance, is a ZBT
lewiisfe FkirMon
Miami, Florida, Friday, November 1, 1957
Section B
Death Behind Her-Life Now Ahead
Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Canter and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Oritt were
hosts at bufiet diner this week at Americana hotel in behalf of
Israel Housing Bond drive. Some SI 15,000 in Israel Bonds
were pledged by leadership of Temple Beth Sholom.
Launching plans for Israeli Fashion Show with visitor from
Israal Mme. A viva Najar are (left to right) hostess Mrs. Max
Weitz, Mme. Najar, Mrs. Louis Glasser, and Mrs. Nathan Perl-
mutler, director. Women's Division, S'.ate of Israel Bonds.
Show is scheduled Nov. 21 at Eden Roc hotel.
Israeli Fashion Show is Scheduled
Here for Housing Bond Campaign
Forty representatives of key Jew-
ish women's organizations in the
Greater Miami area joined in
launching plans for an Israeli Fash-
ion Show scheduled to take place
Nov. 21 on behalf of the Israel
Housing Bond drive, it was an-
nounced this week by Mrs. Anna
Brenner Meyers, chairman of the
Women's Division, State of Israel
Bonds.
The fashion show will feature
clothing created by leading Israeli
designers, and will present Miss
Sloan Simpson, one of the world's
ten best dressed women, as com-
mentator and hostess, and will take
place at a luncheon at the Eden
Roc hotel.
Plans were formulated last
week for launching of the show
at a tea hosted by Mrs. Max Weitz
at her home, 4201 Royal Palm
ave. Representatives and leadsrs
of Greater Miami women's or-
ganizations heard an address by
Mme. Aviva Najar, psychologist
and director of the Institution for
Retarded Children for the Min-
istry of Welfare in Israel.
Mme. Najar told the more than
40 women of Israel's need for prop-
er housing facilities and her psy-
chological, as well as physical, im-
portance to the more than 100,000
immigrants who have sought refuge
there this year.
The Women's Division has under-
taken to provide through the sale
of Israel Housing Bonds for at least
100 housing units of the 400 needed
to make up the quota for this city.
Some of the women's organizations
participating in the effort include
units of Hadassah. B'nai B'rith,
ORT, Pioneer Women, Jewish War
Veterans, Mizrachi, Jewish Home
for the Aged, and Temple Sister-
hoods.
Committee for the fashion show
includes the Mesdames Jack Bern-
stein, Manuel Burstein, David Den-
ner, Louis Glasser, M. S. Green,
Gertrude Hammerschlag, Frieda
Kalstcin, Abraham Kasow, Louis
Makovsky, M. Marks, Benjamin
Meyers. Harry Nelson, Miriam
Press, Samuel H. Rost, Herman Sak-
alow, Samuel Z. Sakrais. Frances
I'lLan and Max Weitz, and Misses
Lillian and Esther Goodman.
Of all the personal documents
that came out of the experiences of
European Jewry under Nazism,
none has touched so many people
as the diary of Anne Frank. Anne
Frank's closest friend. Lies Goosens
Pick, who narrowly escaped sharing
Anne's tragic fate and who has
forged a new life for herself in Is-
rael, is now engaged in an intensive
tour of the United States and Can-
ada on behalf of the State of Israel
Bond issue. It was Lies about whom
Anne Frank wrote, "Protect her
and bring her back to us. Lies, I
see in you all the time what my lot
might have been ... to me you are
a symbol of the suffering of all my
friends and all Jews."
As a citizen of Israel. Lies Pick
has put her suffering behind her.
Today, she is a contented home-
maker, the wife of a major in the
Israel Army, the mother of three
small children. In Israel, where
she has lived for ten years, Mrs.
Pick, like hundreds of her fellow
settlers, has found not only free-
dom from persecution but also a
healthy, forward-looking way o
living.
Lies Pick was born in Germany
in 1929, the daughter of one of
Germany's foremost Jews. Her
father, Hans Goslar, was an Un-
Continued on Page 2B
Chen Bruncheon
To Honor Anne
Frank's Friend
Lies Goosens Pick, visitor from
bne] who shared the tragic child-
hood experiences of Anne Frank,
as related in Anne's now world-
famous "Diary." will be guest of
honor at a 10 a.m. Chen bruncheon
in the Seville rotel Sunday. Nov. 10.
Mrs. Pick has been chosen by
Israel to make the Chen awards to
women of the Greater Miami area
who have contributed their time
and effort to help Israel in the sale
or purchase of Israel Housing
Bonds.
Co-chairmen of the Chen group
for the Greater Miami area are
Mrs. Samuel Sakrais and Mrs.
Harry Platoff.
Chen is the name of the Women's
Army of Israel. Chen is also the
Hebrew word for "charm." and a
beautiful solid gold Chen charm,
especially designed, will be award-
ed to each woman who brings in
$2,500 worth of fully paid-up Israel
Bonds. For each additional sale of
$2,500, Chen workers will earn an
additional charm.
The following are to receive
Chen charms: The Mesdames Al
Berkowitz, Meyer A. Baskin, Na-
than Bookspan, William Born-
stein, Manuel Burstein, Esther
Cohen, A b r a m Fox, Charles
Fruchtman, Morris Gettleman,
Trudy Hamerschlag, Anna Wolf
Hirschman, Aba M. Hurevitz,
Maurice Hyman, Joseph Kahn,
Jack Katzman, Louis Makovsky,
Luba Margolin, Anna Brenner
Meyers, Harry Nelson, Miriam
Press, Matilda Ratner, Samuel
Reinhard, Ellias Rosch, Rene*
Rosenthal, Bessie Seidman, Jacob
Sher, Sam Simonhoff, Esther
Singer, Carol Strauss, Mendel
Sugerman, Abe Waxenberg, Jos-
eph Weisberg, and Miss Esther
Goodman.
("hen is open to any woman who
undertakes to sell or buy $2,500 in
State of Israel Development Bonds.


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Jl^Y; November]

Death Behind Her-Life Now Ahead
LIES GOOStNS PICK
Club II Will
Install Officers
Pioneer Women Cub II will hold
an installation luncheon Wednes-
day noon in the Raleigh hotel.
Musical highlisht of the after-
noon will feature folksinger Mia
Sonia Wiss.
Mrs M inia Shuhow will install
the I" Mowing officers and chairmen
for 1957-58:
The Mesdarnes Bernard Powell,
president; Abe Shedroff, Aaron
Liebman, vice presidents; Nathan
Ostrov, financial secretary; Wil-
liam Malmutri. treasurer; Mania
Shubow, recording secretary.
The Met han Rook
M'itner, Ifoi I
MareilS, l~a;ic Katz. Child
Ri -rv.v: Joseph atintses, Nathan
-pan. Israel H-'ids: J
Mintzes. membership: Sarah Singer,
cultural: Abe Shedroff. Joseph
Mintze^. Bernard Powell. Federa-
tion: Ida Oilman. Israel Mipplies:
Continued from Page 1 B
der Secretary of Sta'e in the Ger-
man government. In 1933, the
family f.ed Hitler and sought a
haven in Amsterdam, Holland. It
was then that rho four-year-old
Lies formed her friendship with
Anne Frank, whose family had
also sought refuse from Nazism
in Holland. The families lived
on the same street.
The girls attended kindergarten
and grade tch tol together for nine
until the "disappearance" of
the Frank family in 1942.
MM, Pick's tami'y might have
shared the hideout with *he Franks.
tut Mrs Pick's mother was expect-
ing a bar> and had child only
MM year o I to concealment would
have been impossible. Shortly af-
lai Hell ill. Mra. Pick's mother died
in childbirth and the remaining
members oi ihe ianiily Lies, her
halv sister, her father and her
grandparents were sent to a con-
centration camp.
In 1944. Lies' family was trans-
ferred to the notorious camp at Ber-
gen Belsen. where Lies nursed her
young sister through an illness of
several month- and then contracted
typhus herself. During the winter
of 1945. Lies learned that Anne
Prank was in the next compound.
One evening, just a month before
Anne died, they were reunited.
Separated from one another by
a barbed wire fence, they ex-
changed whispered conversation,
while Lies smuggled bits of food
and clothing to her beloved
friend. Then, Lies fell ill. When
she recovered, she was told that
Anne had died of typhus just two
months before the camp was lib-
erated.
Lies herself was rescued, four
days before V-E Day. from a prison
train headed for the gas chambers. ,
Orphaned and alone, she made her
was given a home in a hostel and
was taught how to serve as a chil-
dren s nurse. After this training,
she cared for babies in immigrant
camps, in a hospital and a mother-
craft training center.
In 1950. Lies Goosens married4
-Maj. Walter Pick. They and their
three children Yechanan, Gideon
and Ruthie live quietly in the
Rehavia section of Jerusalem. .
Earlier this year, when the Ha-
bimah Players performed the stage
version of "The Diary of Anne
Frank." a New York Times corres-
pondent in Israel met Lies Pick
and wrote an article about her that
attracted the attention of readers
the world over.
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Monday evening. Sisterhood
will meet at the Confer for a pro-
gram including a film strip en
Jewish Book Month. Auditions
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play, "The Woman," to be hold
in the near future.
Hostesses will be the Mesdames
I Harold Berman. Herbert Elkin and
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in
tL JVews ^Joc/a
Irs. Schwarz Will
loin AJCom. Staff
The appointment of Mrs. Jandon
chwarz as executive assistant on
he staff of the American Jewish
fommittee was announced Wednes-
day bv Harold Spaet, president of
Greater Miami chapter.
Mrs. Schwarz will serve as assist-
|nt l Seymour Samet, Southeast .
|re;i director.
Mrs Schwarz' college trajniji^ ^
ras at New"York University, where i
he majored in psychology. While
New York City, she was director
the Children's Garden Nursery '
Ibool.
Mrs. Schwarz hat lived here
since 1941. She has been prom-
inently identified with the Mt.
Sinai Hospital Women's Auxil-
iary. A member of its board from
he hospital's inception in 1949,
he is a former secretary and
Mice president of the auxiliary.
he has also served as chairman
f its education committee and
kuperintendent of volunteers.
MIS. JANDON SCHWARZ
! Mrs. Schwarz served on the board
Miami Beach YM and YWHA.
redecessors of the Greater Miami
ommunity Center. She has also
in ;i member of the board of Mi-
Beach Hadassah and senior ad-
|sor to Junior Hadassah.
As executive assistant to the
greater Miami chapter, Mrs. Sch-
z will be responsible for mem-
ership orientation and will serve
consultant to standing commit-
pes concerned with problems in
he field of education.
Mrs. Schwarz is the wife of Dr.
mdon Schwarz. They have two
hildren. Helen, at Normandy High,
id Harold, who attends Nautilus
linior High. They live at 2225 N.
lendian ave.
IPhiE of Alabama
ledges Miamians
In the first "Pledges on Parade"
esented by the University of Ala-
ma and sparked by Delta Phi Ep-
on sorority the following Miami
]> are pledging:
Francene August, daughter of Mr.
: I.eah Bernstein, daughter of
r and Mrs. Sid Bernstein, 4471
V 1st >t.; Patty Pearlman, daugh-
r "I Mr. and Mrs. Sam Pearlman.
124 SW 20th st.
Sandi Rubenstein, daughter of
r. and Mrs. Rubenstein, 2190 SW
ith ter.: Miriam Frank, daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Levine, 459
'Her rd.; Joan Gilbert, daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Gilbert, 145
fferson ave.; Judy Gross, daugh-
r f Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gross,
'34 Alton rd.
Lois Schwadron, daughter of Mr.
d Mrs. Joseph Schwadron, 1941
V 19th ave., is president of the
nty.
Book Review
Series Resumes
Ninth season opener of the Mi-
ami Beach chapter of Hadassah
book review series will feature Mrs.
I. M. Weinstein, reviewer for the
group since its inception, in a dis-
cussion of "Remember Me to God,"
by Myron Kaufman.
Monday, Nov. 4, 1 p.m., at the
Algiers hotel, are the date and
place.
In addition, Mrs. Weinstein will
give a short summary of Hadas-
sab's own book, "Great Ages and
Ideas of the Jewish People," the
story of cultural growth in Jew-
ish history.
Proceeds from the book review
are allotted to vocational education
and training in Israel.
Book review coordinator is Mrs.
Meyer Golden. Ticket chairmen
are Mrs. Herman Popkin and Mrs.
Maurice Klein.
2f
Local Delegates
At CP Conference
Marion B. Folsom, Secretary of
the United States Department of
Health, Education and Welfare,
will be principal speaker at the
eighth annual convention of United
Cerebral Palsy Assns. in St. Louis
this weekend.
Representatives for United Cere-
bral Palsy of Miami will be Cecil
rL. Woods, president; Franklin F.
Saunders. administrator; Dr. Thom-
as Jefferson, chief, department of
psychology; Eugene Dembek, chief,
social service department; Forbes
Polliard, coordinator; Mrs. Elsie
Holston, president. Parents Unit of
UCPA of Miami; Mrs. Florence Ein-
binder, president, Miami Women's
Unit; Mrs. Ruth Kaplan, president,
Miami Beach Women's Unit; and
Miss Lani Frank, member of the
Miami Women's Unit.
More than 1,000 delegates and
guests will hear Folsom's address.
Folsom has been active in social se-
curity programs and other govern-
ment afairs and business for more
than 25 years. Some of the nation's
leading medical authorities will
participate in panel discussions.
The local rehabilitation center
operated by United Cerebral Palsy
of Miami at 1411 NW 14th ave., pro-
vides medical treatment, training
and rehabilitation for hundreds
crippled by cerebral palsy in this
area.
Temple Sinai Ladies
Plan Fashion Show
Sisterhood of Temple Sinai will
hold its second annual luncheon
and fashion show Nov. 6 at the
Dunes motel.
Through the services of DeLoy
Inc., there will be a premiere show-
ing by Miss Frances Sider of Josef
fashions. Furs will be by Adrian
Thai, and hats by Albrizio, of
Miami.
Coiffeurs and makeup will be un-
der the direction of Vigdor of Surf-
side.
In charge of reservations are
Mrs. Bernard S. Bernard, Mrs. Sam
Glaskin and Mrs. Herbert Myers.
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Launches Study Sessions
Third annual Sisterhood Study
Course has been launched at Tem-
ple Judea.
Sessions are in "Songs of My
People," taught by Cantor Herman
K. Gottlieb; "Elementary and Ad-
vanced Hebrew," by Benjamin
Udoff, educational director; and
"Survey of the Jewish Bible," by
Rabbi Morris A. Skop.
Sessions will conclude with an
open forum discussion on "Basic
Jewish Values," following the in-
dividual course.
Beach Chapter
Planning Dance
Miami Beach Afternoon chapter
of Women's American ORT will
hold a fund-raising affair "Harvest
Dance" at Hibiscus auditorium Sat-
urday evening, 9 p.m.
Proceeds are for ORT's five-point
program. These include Mainte-
nance ORT Training, Guardian
Project, Scholarship Project, ORT
Student Health Project and Tel
Aviv Project.
ORT supports some 400 voca-
tional training installations in 19
countries, with over 22,000 stu-
dents currently attending. The
program helps train Jewish indi-
gent in skills through accelerated
courses provided by ORT's ap-
prenticeship plan and provides
tool kits and cooperative work-
shops for graduates.
Mrs. Harry Steiger will be chair-
man of the local chapter's Saturday
function.
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Council to Hear Charter Forum
Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, president
of the Greater Miami Section, Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women,
has announced a combined meeting
of all seven Council divisions Wed-
nesday. Members will meet for an
11:30 a.m. brunch at the Algiers
hotel.
The program, "Who Puts Out the
Fire?" will be a timely panel dis-
cussion of the Miami Metropolitan
Charter.
Panelists will be S. D. "Shep"
Phillips, Jr., former mayor of Mi-
ami Shores and chairman of Hie
Metropolitan Charter Board, and
William L. Pallet, attorney and
former municipal judge of Coral
Gables, who served as chairman
of the City of Miami public works
committee.
Moderator will be Tom Wood,
head of the Government Depart-
ment at the University of Miami for
the past ten years and a member
of the board which made the orig-
inal charter surveys.
Since the United Fund is an or-
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Making plans ior amaal ninth graders' mem-
bership dance sponsored by Junior chapter of
United Synagogue Youth at Temple Emanu-El
in Nautilus hotel Saturday evening are leh
to right) Joan Schulman, Margaret Cohen, Ar-
lene Greer. Howcid Hirschfield and Jill Chan-
ning, co-chairmen. Rozalind Lehrman and Joan
AEPhi Pledges Listed at U of F
Zarowitz. First affair scheduled for senior high
school students is "Coke-tail Gathering" Sun-
day evening at Temple's social hall. Both
functions are part of Emanu-El's expanding
program under youth and extension activities
director Irving Kaplan.
Mpiu K"-
Phi Miofit) tt the Iniversity
ol I rida this weak announced ac-
Dance lor Senior Hillel
Senior Hillol will hold a dance
Sunday evening at Hillel House on
the University of Miami campus.
All graduate, medical and law stu-
- are invited.
nee "i pledges from the Great-
er Miami area.
Miami Helen Altman. Roberta
Bermann. Susan E. Kreedin;m,
Dawn Beth Grossman, Brenda
Hockman. Marcia Remes.
Irwina G. Roberts. Judith Ann
Sterkng. Caryl Sylvia Stone and
Judith Weinstein.
Miami Beach Barbara Green-
trald and Natalie M Jervis. Coral
I GablesMiriam Berger.
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To be Launched Here
A community-wide "diabetes de-
tection drive" will be conducted
by the Greater Miami Lay Diabetes
Assn.. Phyllis Sherman, chairman
of the organization, revealed Wed
nesday.
Jack Davis. 501 Washington ave .
has been appointed chairman of the
drive, which will be held during
Diabetes Week. Nov. 17 to 23.
In outlining plans for the drive.
Davis declared that the association
would attempt county-wide cover
age to find hidden cases of diabetes
in the community and alert those
individuals to the need for imme-
diate medical treatment and con-
trol of the condition.
The Southeast Florida Pharma-
ceutical Assn has voted to have its
member drug stores act as receiv-
ing and detection centers during
the observance. The drug stores in
the area will be displaying posters
soon, signifying their cooperation
Conference to Hear
About Child Care
Program of JFS
First major showing of a new
film. "The Deep Well." will be the
feature of a meeting of the Con-
ference of Jewish Women's Organ-
izations of Dade and Broward coun
ties Thursday. Nov. 7, at the Roney
Plaza hotel.
Chairman of the affair, which be-
gins at 10 a.m.. is Mrs. Leo Acker-
man, honorary president of Jewish
Fajpily Serrjce.
She has announced that the
moating will emphasize the child
care program conducted by Jew-
ish Family Service. Albert Co-
manor, executive director of Jew-
ish Family Service, will lead the
discussion following the presen-
tation of the film.
Summarization will be by Mrs.
Yaakov Rosenberg, child care pro-
ject chairman of Conference. Mes-
sages will be brought to the group
from the United Fund by Mrs. Stan-
ley Millcdge and from State of Is-
rael Bonds by Mrs. Nathan Perl-
mutter.
The meeting is open to all Con-
ference members, and program and
welfare chairmen of all Jewish wo-
men's organizations are invited to
attend.
ZH^Novembe,,
BZB Girls Have
Officer Installation
Saundra Rosenfield was installed
president of BZB. B'nai B'rith Girls,
at an affair for officers and mem-
bers Sunday.
The installation was In the form
of a mother and daughter luncheon
held at the San Regis restaurant.
Other officers installed by Mrs.
Bernice Bnbkoff are vice president.
Doris Shaberman; recording secre-
tary, Barbara Nesler; correspond-
ing secretary, Doris Patronage;
treasurer. Cynthia Shepper; MIT
Mother, Ingrid Klein; chaplain.
Elaine Donnersiag: historian.
Stephanie Welkind; assistant treas-
urer. Rita Semmelmacker; and
scrgeant-at-arms, Betsy Sokolof.
New members are Ellen Danzig.
Susan Zuckerman, Barbara Nesler.
Rita Feld. Stephanie Welkind. Paul-
ette Sapphire, Elaine Donnersiag,
Rita Eemmelmacker, and Zelda
Fleischman.
Beach Chapter Plans Regular
Menorah Games Starting Wed.
Miami Beach chapter. B'nai B'rith
Women, will meet every Wednes-
day at 12:30 for weekjy Menorah
games at the Algiers hotel. Mrs.
Dudley Brodie and Mrs. Sylvia Ro-
senstein are in charge of arrange-
ments.
Mrs Max Davis, president of the
chapter, conducted a mass initia-
tion ceremony and welcomed new
members and life members at a re-
cent annual paid-up membership
tea.
Broadway star Marion Coltjy,
wife of Councilman Bernard Frank,
and Joseph Malek highlighted the
afternoon. Judge Milton Friedman
discussed B'nai B'rith projects.
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Beth David Adult
Institute Opens
Beth Davil Institute of Adult
Jewish Studies will begin sessions
Wednesday evnin*. Nov. 6, and
Tuesday morning. Nov. 12.
A vanity of courses are offered.
Babbi Vaakov G. Rosenberg will
conduct the class on "Being a Jew
at Home." He will also lecture on
"Basic Concepts of Judaism."
Cantor William W. Lipson will
teach a beginner*! class in Hebrew,
and Loo's Gadon wi'l conduct a
class in advanced Hebrew.
Dr. Joseph Hurwirz is scheduled
fn conduct "Mankind's Greatest
Teachers the Prophets." Saul
It., in v :! i e uiati u, i.i a special
course called "Keeping l.p with
your < hi!d." designed to inform
parents of what their children are
learning in the religious school and
how the parent can help the child
' put in practice at home what the
.school teaches.
Robert Purisch is chairman of the
Adult Institute. Registration for the
evening Institute will be held Wed-
nesday at 7:30 p.m. in Beth David
auditorium, 2G2j SW 3rd ave. Reg-
istration for the morning Institute
will be held Tuesday. Nov. 12, 9:30
a.m.. a i in the auditorium.
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Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg consults with mem- Shaw and Saul Rabin. Seated are Robert
bers of adult education committee on opening Purisch, Mrs. Maurice Kellner and Rabbi
of Beth David Adult Institute Wednesday. Rosenberg.
Standing (left to right) are Mitchell Shapo. Gus
Grahams to Head Federations Third
Leadership Institute Beginning Nov. 11
Dr. and Mrs. George Graham
[were Wednesday named chairmen
[of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration Leadership Institute for
11958.
Beginning its third year, the pro-
gram is designed to stimulate and
[educate promising local leaders in
the many facets of Jewish agency
service-, and to encourage young
Miami.ins ultimately to assume
I leador.-hip roles on the boards of
[welfare organizations.
Dr. and Mr*. Graham have,
' themselves, for several year*
taken leading loles in develop-
ment of the Institute programs.
Dr. Graham ha* been chairman
of the Combined Jewish Appeal
Dental Division and is member
of Federation'* board of gover-
nors and executive committee. Ho
has also boon active in the Jewish
Home for the Aged, and other lo-
cal welfare group*.
Mrs. Graham is a member of the
board of directors of the Women's
Division, held a top post with Town
Luncheon Unlimited in the 1957
CJA campaign, and will also play
an important role in the 1958 drive.
The leadership Institute sponsors
a series of indoctrination tours of
local beneficiary agencies of Fed-
eration, affording "behind the
scenes" information about the
functions of the agency, as well as
the opportunity to watch the
agency at work.
"Leadership Institutes were de-
veloped three years ago as a result
of many inquiries at Federation as
to just how young adults could
learn more about their Jewish com-
mrnity and especially about local
welfare agencies," Aaron Kanner,
Wednesday.
Dr. and Mrs. Graham said that
the first program will be held Nov.
11 at the Jewish Home for the
Federation president, explained Aged.
100 Club Sets Stage
For Merchant Mart
The 100 Club of Dade eounty
will stage its third annual Merchan-
dise Mart Wednesday, Nov. 20, in
the Crown hotel. The one-night
show wi!l display members' wares
exclusively.
On view will be fashions for men,
women and children, optical sup-
plies, hearing aids, paper, printing,'
concrete and plastic products, wall-
paper, household appliances, auto-
mobiles, vertical blinds, banks' ser-
vice items, photos and business
^Jequipment, ^advertising novelties,
furniture, giftware, ironwork, a
model home, beauty products,
chemicals and other merchandise
manufactured or distributed by 10O
Club members.
Last year's Mart drew several
hundred members, guests and
state officials.
Helen Alpert is coordinator, as-
sisted by Leonard Coleman and Re-
nee Newman. Committee members
include Milton S. Malakoff, Ronald
Barnette, Maxwell Weisberg, How-
ard Branston, Marshall Simmons
and Louis Reinstein.
Club president is Lew E. Braver-
man. The 100 Club limits its mem-
bership to one picked representa-
tive from each of the area's trade,
professional and business fields.
The Nov. 20 event opens at 6:3f>
p.m. with a cocktail and dinner
party.
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Dr. Williams Will
Open Book Talks
Miami chapter of Hadassah opens
its 1957-1958 series of book reviews
Monday, 1 p.m., at the Miami Wom-
en's Club.
Dr. H. Franklin Williams, vice
president of the University of Mi-
ami, will discuss "Louisville
Story," by Omar Carmichael.
Another feature of the afternoon
will be the signing of the Hadassah
Book Fund Album, which will be-
come a part of the library in the
Alice Seligberg Vocational School
in Israel.
North Shore Sisterhood
North Shore Sisterhood will hold
a card party at the Center Sunday
1 night Nov. 10.
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<~/n the fKea/nt of t^ociety
Hillevi Rombin,
Miss Universe,
Now Mrs. Schine
Wm Hillevi Rombin. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs, V.ilhelm Rombin. of
Vp-ala. Sweden, and G. David
Schine. sen of Mr and Mrs J. Myer
Schine. New York City, were mar-
ried in Central Synagogue. New
York City. Tuesday. Oct 22. at 7
p.m.
The bride, selected Hiss Universe
I9QB, (raveled throughout the
United States and South America
under the auspice- of the IOs> Uni-
K sponsor -
schine i president of Schine
which, includes a hotel
i ...-., a radio station, and various
rial estate holdings.
He is a former special assistant
to the late Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy
he Senate sub-committee's m-
\. -'igation into subversive activity
..n\ Roy Cohn. of \~ Y rk City. ua> be>t man at the wed-
c.n.
6. 04VID SCHiUl
mm JAHFl KUBIH
Weiss, Brenner
Exchange Vows
Gold? \\>:s< and Macy Bren
r., i *ere married Sunday. Oct 27.
in the North Dade Jewish Center
She i> the daughter of Mr. and
Ansbachers Will
Have Jax Home
Mis> Sybil Ruth Barnett and
Leu is Ansbacher exchanged 12:30
p.m. wedding mi MDtl Rabbi
Jo>eph Narot Sunday. Oct. 27. at
the Algiers hotel.
The bride is the daughter of Mr
and Mrv David L Barnett. 5750
g* Mtk v-. Miami. The groom's
parents are Mr. and Mr- Hontl
her. Jacksonville. Fla.
Betty Barrett was maid of
and Mrs Jordan Ansbacher
was matron of honor Doris Gold-
berg and Mama Jervis were brides-
maids
Jordan Ansbacher was best man
for his brother I'sher- were Rob-
ert Ansbacher. Nathan Krestu
Richard Hollins. Benedict Silver-
man and L. J. Roobin
The brides sown was of silk peau
de soie. fashioned with portrait
neckline, and enhanced by appli-
ques of alencon lace and seed
pearls. The full skirt terminated
in a cathedral train, which was
caught in the back by two huge
become Mrs. Her double-tier imported French
Robert Sidney Weinstein late in 'fusion veil fell from an iridescent*
January. 1958 land r*arl crown. She carried a
The couple's eneagement is an- whlte Bible with white orchids and
nounced here this week Bride- iilies-of the-valley.
elect is the daughter of Mrs. Jack I The bride is a graduate of the
Rubin and the late Mr Rubin. 6770 University of Florida. Mr. Ans-
Indiart Creek dr.. Miami Beach bacher attened the University of
Her fiance is the son of Mrs Florida and graduated from George
Lewis Weinstein and the late Mr Washington University. He is now
Weinstein. Fairmont. N. C an attorney.
Has Rubin attended Miami, After a luncheon in the Rubaiyat
Beach High School and graduated of the Algiers, the couple left
from Cascadiila Preparatory School, for a honeymoon in Mexico and will
at Ithaca. N Y She attended the hve in Jacksonville
I niver>ity of Alabama, w here she
was affiliated with Delta Phi Epm-
ronty. and the L'niversity of
Miami.
Mr Weinstein graduated from
Fairmont High School and attended
Lenoir Rhyne in Hickory. N C. He
served with the I". S. Army in Ko-
rea for two years.
He is now in business in Mon-
I treal. Canada, from where Miss Ru-
bin has just returned following a
visit there. An emerald-cut engage-
ment ring was waiting for her in
the mail at home
Janet Rubin Eves
January, '08 Rites
if 5 Gets $100 Gift
; .sh^mr^ce^eaTer^mi
... ,. cipient of a $100 presentation by
n the ,he Louis D Brandeis Club last
week. Mrs. Ruth Schuldiner. presi-
\ reception was held
The couple will live in Lakeland.
Brenner attended Brooklyn
id graduated from the
HiUDJ Mr. Brenner
ed hw BA degree from Rol-
Collefe and a Masters degree
New York I"r.iversity. He is
dome graduate work at the Uni-
ty of Miami.
dent, has announced
Mudrick, Schecter
Engagement Told
M:-s Edith Mudrick and Arnold
Schecter are planning a wedding in
February, 1958.
Edith's parents. Mr and Mrs.
Morria Mudrick. 4321 Post ave.
Miami Beach, are announcing the
engagement.
Arnold is the son of Mr and Mrs
B'nai B nth Groups
In Affairs Here
GILBERT J. BALKIN CHAPTER
is sponsoring a 'Jack o'Lantern
Barn Dance" Saturday evening at
the West 40 Ranch. Kendall.
A barbeque dinner will be ser-
ved In charge of information is
Mrs. Bernard Miller
. .
B'NAI BRITM WOMEN OF
WEST MIAMI will meet Nov. 6 at
the West Miami town hall
Mrs Laura Ross, psychiatric 10-
|Cial worker and marriage coun-
iselor. will show a film. Question
Artistic copper plates similar to one shown here cue produced
in Israel by refugees who regain their old skills at UJA->-
ported schools and workshops. Mrs. Samuel Sapiro points!
Jerusalem, which she visited as a member oi UJA Women1!
Overseas Study Mission, with Mrs. Samuel Simonhcff and Mri
Samuel Basket, of Miami.
This Time it s Different;
Just Like CBS Homes
Werner-KshB
M. UWIS ANSBACMH
.....w'" *"*- *"" > -* aiiu mis. __ j -_ -*
David Schecter. 12555 NW 15th ans*er P*1""?1 w.'" foll*
ave.. Miami.
CMJ\I
The bride-elect is a graduate of i^ rf
Miami Beach High School. Her
fiance graduated from Miami Ed-
ison High School. He attended the
l'niversity of Miami engineering
school and served in the IS. Army.
He is now in business in Miami.
CHAPTER will hold a
meeting Nov. 5 at the Bom-
Adult Institute
At North Dade
Adult Education Institute of
North Dade Jewish Center will be-
bay hotel. I*'" Program Sundav evening
w"n Rabbi Henry Okolica conduct-
ELEANOR ROOSEVELT CHAP- pV fT 5! "The ******* nf "e
TER held a pa.dup membership if. ,ra m? *r ur > This ls ,he
fair at the Everglades hotel Tues-i r,k n '" smes on ,h*
day evening. BiDie.
Mrs. David Durov. program chair- Tu!'rAhaTcr"",'':son *'" d'^s
f^W "MdcVi Trrv+ri man' was in chv& ot a "*> it your- fir!f J. .a Scrolls- during the
lAivy, in asn 1 rotn mar fashion show MUsic I L lhr .from 8 to 9 **-. while
Rabbi Okolica s course will be held
during the second hour.
T^d*r meming, course, i
bothe^ntary and dv.rKe4
^^ w'll b. ^^ ky Ari#h
Lor. mambar of tha C*nt.r' f^.
V' **' by Cittelv^. ,t
Rsbo. Okolica will discus,
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac A. Levy. 2312
N. Miami ave announce the en-
gagement of their daughter. Rose
Victoria, to Raymond Nash, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nash. 2931 NE
2nd ct.
Mr. Nash attends the University
of Miami. Miss Levy is a nurse at
lit. Sinai Hospital.
Mrs. Al Bernhrant and the choral
group.
Yiddish Shaw Slated
Men's Club president. Jack Fried-
land, this week announced that
plans have been made to present a
Yiddish show at North Dade Jew
ish Center Nov. 16
Proudly wearing her Hadassah
president's medallion on a tiny gold
chain about her throat, the alert,
intense woman was speaking of her
recent visit to Israel.
Mrs. Samuel Sapiro was a mem-
ber of the United Jewish Appeal
Women's Study Mission, together
with 31 American women leaders.
On a ten-day tour, they talked to
newcomers, inspected hospitals and
schools, experiencing the thrills of
seeing a "wonderland-in-the-mak-
ing."
The memories of meet Mayor
Chaim Levanon. of Tel Aviv. Mayor
Gershon Agron. of Jerusalem, gov-
ernment officials, dedicated wel-
fare workers, doctors, scientists,
teachers and just people are
still in her mind.
This tima it's different in Is-
rael. Ifs not like 1953. whan
Mrs. Sapiro last visit*d there.
Now the tents and huts have all
but disappeared. All newcomers
the young and old, the healthy
and infirm, the weak and the
strong go immediately to mod-
em homes.
'The buildings look a lot'like
Miami's CBS bungalows," she says
And steadily, like a never-endinu
ocean wave, come the lines of refu-
gees. At Lydda Airport, she saw
North African Jews in quaint and
colorful garb mingled with ragged
peasants, some cosmopolitan travel-
lers, city folk.
"In a huge building there are
Youth Aliyah children of 47 differ-
ent nationalities." she explained.
"How do they talk, make them-
selves understood' This, too, is
one of the minor miracles of pres-
ent-day Israel Some invisible bond
here, they say. Children ask
only one thing to be wanted.
They learn Hebrew swiftly, eager-
ly Soon they're babbling joyfully
together, oblivious to the monu-
mental task of building a nation
"Knowing Your Prayer sBook." ex-
plaining the meaning, background
and message of the festival and
Sabbath prayers The Tuesday
classe, wui he held each week,
while the Sunday evening classes
will be held every first and third
Sunday of the month.
In addition, courses will be offer-
ed Tuesday evenings at 8 p.m. Ele-
mentary Hebrew will be given for
those who cannot attend morning
lasses, while at p.*., Gittelson
11 lecture on Jewish history.
which goes on about them, day k
day.
The children interested n
most," said Mrs. Staire. "nai \
mr* Israel's hope for tomerraa
It is for them and their chiMm
that the refugees make their uc-
rifices today," she felt.
But tender care and pttitat at
derstanding do not stop here. Ba>]
dicapped. crippled, even the bus! I
are given an opportunity to lie j
productive lives The rehabihV]
tion and work-programs of tkj
Joint Distribution Committee aan
other agencie- keep these okhrj
folks alive just by giving thm
useful work
Here one sees the CJA contrite t
tion actually at work and it mat
her glow inside. "Miami doBas
reach half way around the worid
do their wonder- Mrs. SapiroBii
There are orphans, too, and mas
youths separated from their pa-
ents in the tragic, headlong flidt
from oppressed countries N*
Polish Jews are beginning to *
pear. Somehow they. too. hare beat j
able to escape tyranny, and |
now safe in a democratic land.
What did the 160 Hueain*
refugees say when she nwt IJ
M the airport in Vienna, on H#f
way to Israel? "W'"> m
home, new," they s*kL ^J"
never be afraid to talk 9* .
These, and many more im**'
sions. dart in upon the comosw
leave their muV. **"
Mrs. Sapiro revealed. .11
What of the future' UluttfJ
ominou.s threats from Israel* we*
The Israeli .- *et!*oW*g
can pioneer. He is l*i
new nation. But here the
itv ends Mr- Sapiro fell
American had freedom l
ment. a tractless land to"
and he had a choice. WJjj
refugee in.-: "'^"W
of the road-for h:m the j
turning back. HeknojnJJCh
he has hopes of surtiral n*
full of new strength (jt >]
And so. after ten dayi-J^I
Israel. e,h the "^ If
and memories stUIJ" ^.tf,
mind -and her heart -
herself back in aba""- ..
And she wonders J^^
land is all true '<"**
"If only theCoisbtseJ^,
peal volunteers cow ^
things, as I e. !**
ed. "It exists a'1 "Sal!"
and real and wosdattw-


jvember 1, 1957
9,Jewis*Fk>ridUar)
louse Party
irk Progress
lai's Building
sn.il event an open
Iv that will actually be
|) the open will take
flay. Nov. 10, between 2
at Mt. Sinai Hospital.
trustees of the hospital
invited the public to at-
|a ruction site of the new
I Mt. Sinai on Collins la-
tent to the present hos-
eight-story hospital is
[r construction, and it Is
that the walls will be
|stories high by the data
en house.
tuskin, chairman of the
Hospital development
|ch has already raised
for construction of the
|ng, said that "the trus-
ilanned this informal oc-
use they want the corn-
have an opportunity to
ogress of the new hos-
tual construction."
emento of the occasion,
[is attending will be giv-
dsorne full-color framed
the new Mt. Sinai Hos-
t will look when com-
hal program is planned
B>. Ruskin pointed out.
Il he no speech-making
Ind-'-nlicitation. The key-
informality and fun.
of the board of the hos-
Iwill serve as guides and
bestions about the new
J Refreshments will be
piembers of the Women's
Iments are being made
ample parking space on
al grounds and adjacent
Page 7B

Early Bird Service listed
Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute
this week announced the launching
! of a daily 7 a.m. service to accom-
i modate people who open their busi-
nesses and offices particularly
early. Rabbi Isaac Ever, spiritual
leader, said that the 8 a.m. service
will continue as before.
Planning first in series of teen-age breakfast services Sunday
9:30 a.m., at Beth David Synagogue under sponsorship of Uni
ted Synagogue Youth are seated (left to right) Susan Gordon,
treasurer, and Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg. Standing are Judy
Bakst, recording secretary; Ronald Friedman, first vice presi
dent; Eli Feinberg, president; Toby Lerner, corresponding sec
"rotary; Jerry Spector, second vice president; Roberta Daum
cultural and religious chairman; and Mrs. Joseph Sandier,
PTA chairman. Bernard Welkind (not shown) was this week
named Beth David USY director.
[Young Adults '
lYoun^ Adult Group will
(day evening at Zamora
nter. Rabbi B. Leon Hur-
lead a discussion on "Re-
pservalive and Orthodox
[In charge of information
lard Tescher, 970 SW 2nd
Turner in First
Political Venture
Civic leader and businessman
Raymond (Ray) E. Turner has qual-
ified in his first political venture
for the Miami City Commission
race in Group 5.
Turner this week explained that
"the people have expressed them-
selves in favor of Metro, but there's
room for both Metro and Miami."
He scored what he termed ex-
travagance in city government and
warned, "if we don't start cleaning
up and beautifying our city pretty
soon we'll be just another large,
dark, dirty city."
A native Fioridian, raised in
Columbia county and a resident
of Miami sine* 1925, the 57-year-
old candidate live* with his fam-
ily at 1331 SW 22nd tar. Ha op-
Mothers' Club Slates Tea
Miami Navy Mothers' Club 741
will hold a membership tea in the
Continental room of the Alcazar
hotel Monday. Nov. 4, beginning at
1 p.m. Mrs. William J. Boyles is
general chairman, with Mrs. Fran-
cis Z. Walsh as membership chair-
man, assisted by Mrs. George Gre-
mer. Mrs. Hyman Pertes is com-
mander of the club.
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He is also active in the Miami-
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TEMPLE BETH SH0L0M
ISRAEL BOND COMMITTEE
Proudly Presents
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Eminent Author, Journalist,
Lecturer in an
"INSIDE REPORT"
On His Recent Trip to Israel
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HOLLY WARREN, Soprano
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Temple lion USY Will
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Larry Kane will be installed pres-
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agogue Youth during Friday even-
ing services at the Temple.
Others to assume office are
Philip Margolesky, Marilyn Rubine,
Harriet Charnin, Gail Saxe and Rus-
sell Keusch, vice presidents; Susie
Bender, corresponding secretary;
Barbara Berlin, recording secre-
tary; and Sumner Garte, treasurer.
Dade Chapter Has Meeting
Dade Men's chapter of the Amer-
ican Jewish Congress held its
monthly meeting at the Roney
Plaza hotel Wednesday. Harry Levy
presided.
Rummage Sale Sunday
Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood of
Congregation Monticello Park will
hold a rummage sale at Farmer's
market Sunday from 9 a.m. to 7
p.m.
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"JewisttnoricMar?

J^ctr Henry, son of Mrs. Isabelle
Zangwill, will become Bar
Mitzvah Saturday morning at
Temple Emanu-El. Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman will officiate.
Henry is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Miami Beach High
and attends Temple Emanu-
El religious school.
Michael Alan, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Berke, 143 NW 47th
ter., will become Bar Mitzvah
Saturday morning, Nov. 2, at
Tifereth Israel N o r t h s i d e
Center. Reception and dinner
will follow Saturday evening
at Algiers hotel. Michael is an
eighth grade student at Ed-
ison Junior High School.
Gilbert Howard, son of Mr.
end Mrs. George Cohen, 84
Shore dr. W., Bay Heights,
will become Bar Mitzvah Sat-
urday morning, Nov. 2, at
Eeth David Synagogue. Rab-
bi Yaakov Rosenberg will of-
-iate. Gilbert is an eighth
ciade student at Shenandoah
Junior High School. He is
grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Ell
Levin, Miami pioneers.
David Saul Brummer was Bca
Mitzvah Saturday, Oct. 26, at
Havana Grand Synagogue
and Cultural Center in Cuba.
He is son of Rev. and Mrs.
Philip Brummer. Bar Mitz-
vah'a father, who officiated,
is synagogue's spiritual lead-
er and former cantor of Tem-
ple Emanu-El, Miami Beach.
TEMPLE IMANU-EL
1701 WASHINGTON AVENUE
announces
TJhv Opening of Late
Friday Krening Svrriws
FOR THE 1937-1933 SEASON
This Fridcy Evening. November 1st. 1957
8:30 P.M.
Dr. Irving Lehman Will Preach on the Subject
"Viewing SputnikThrough a Rabbi's Eyes"
Cantor Israel Reich Will Chant
assisted by the Temple Choir
Missile Expert
Chosen for AZA
Alumnus Award
? WASHINGTON Dr. Simon
Ramo. a developer of the Air
Force's intercontinental ballistic
missile program, who was an active
member of B'nai B'riths Zadik
Alepb youth movement in his hoy-
> "I Ilk been named winner of
the tan-gen' 1957 distinguished
alumnus award.
In* 44-year-old physicist, one of
the nation's leading guided missile
expert*, is vie* president of the
Rarro-Wooldridge Corp. of Los An-
Inch la responsible-for tecrf3"
nieal coordination of the Air
missile research operations.
He was honored by the B'nei
B'rith youth group "for notable
contributions to American life."
The annual award la presented in
the Dame ol Samuel Beber, of Park
POO"I. Ill. who founded the youth
movement in 1924.
Dr. Ramo. a native of Salt I City. Utah, is co-developer of the
Air Force"s guided rocket Falcon,
a defense weapon used for tracking
and bringing down enemy aircraft.
The Ramo Wooldridge Corp.
serves as technical advisor for
the more than 220 major elec-
tronics companies engaged in
producing parts for missiles. Dr.
Ramo and another missiles pio-
neer. Dean Wooldridge, founded
the company in 1953.
Dr. Ramo was director of guided
missile research and development
at the Hughes Aircraft Co., where
he helped develop the electronic
brain which controls the Falcon. It
was at Hughes that Dr. Ramo and
Dr. Wooldridge also developed an
electronic fire-control system for
the Air Force which is a standard
component for interceptor aircraft.
During World War n, while do-
ing advanced research at General
Electric in Schenectady. N.Y., Dr.
Ramo helped perfect radar.
Christmas Points
To Record in Bid
For Second Term
Mayor Randy Christmas is cam-
paigning for reelection "on the rec-
ord" of his two years as Miami's
top official.
"The last two years have been
good years for the City of Miami
and its people." Mayor Christmas
said, "and I intend to do my best
to tea that we have continued ef-
ficiency, continued progress and
continued integrity in our city gov-
ernment."
During the past two years. Mayor
Christmas pointed out. the city
manager has been able to do his job
i without interference.
During the past two years, city
employees have received a 40-
hour work week and beHer work-
ing conditions. During the past
two years, "I have worked hard
for harmonious cooperation on
the city commission."
Mayor Christmas announced that
an open house will be held Friday
evening. Nov. 8. from 7:30 to 9 p.m..
at his campaign headquarters, 1835
SW 8th st.
Mayor Christmas declared Wed-
nesday he is the only candidate
m the mayoralty race with ex-
perience on the Miami City Com-
mission. He served from 1953 to
1955 as a city commissioner, and
as mayor from 1955 to the pres-
; ent.
I As a long time resident of Miami
having moved here 32 years ago he
graduated from Little River Junior
i High School. Miami Edison High
School, und the Unlveraatj of Mi-
ami, with degrees m |aw and busi-
ness administration.
z&<
VJGUST BROS;rV/
Kep. Hwll to Speak
Singles Limned wul meet Sun-
daj evening, 8:15 p.m., on the Hotel
Aloam Roof. Rep. (llll Hre|1
u.lI l ,)eaker ,nvitedare
single men and women between the
ages of 25 and 4a
Ronald Evans, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Monis Green. 5010 Bay
rd., will become Bar Mitzvah
Saturday morning, Nov. 2, at
Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi
Leon Kronish will officiate.
Howard. rQn of D,^
b- Montagus S'one, gl
come Ear Mitrvah Si
Nov. 2, at br-'juj
Rabbi Moror. M-jj^
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November 1, 1957
iw Univ. Group
lonor Samuel
lr Miami chanter, American
fof the H"hrpw Univeriv,
i iprpntin honoring Hon.
[Samuel Monriav evenihg,
at 5101 N. Ravshore dr.,
Mrs. Oida Ru^in. chapter
|l. r'vcled Wednesday.
1 fh- affair with M"*.
(ill be Mr. and Mrs. Harold
l,-r ..-! nm Se rfrft
|i '. "niversltv at J-
.- "**1 .< a Urt'irer
pc'i>-*r f^ii-n School of
c *H S'vial Sciences.
- --.....7 n Pub'ir Ad-
' -el, as well as
!n-tir>ittaM.
. ., t .r ^^-riue!.
' f.iberaf lead-
' ;i-n-.o of L'>rd.s,
' mrtofl in 1898.
i>vh"'or of Art
I I'niversity in
r1931 to 1932 Samuel w:is
oient of a Commonwealth
lowship at Columbia Uni-
During 1948 to 1949, he
It Dropsie College, Philadel-
, Government and Adminis-
ItDropsie College, Philadel-
*,Jelstfk>ridKan
Page 9 B
tDWIN SAMUEL
DuBreuii Promises
To Bring Solution
To Bridge Problem
Miami Ci'v Commissioner George
W. DuBreuii is running to succeed
himself in GrouD 5.
Born in Kv West in 1921 and a
has written and lectured ^'^ "f Miami for 35 years. Du-
lv on political subjects B'1 at ended local hif?h schools
"contributed to various and **c University of Miami. He
served 42 months in Europe and
four years in the U.S. Navy.
A restaurant owner for the past
eight years and president of Acme
Catering Service for airlines, he is
a member of the Elks. Lions, Wood-
men of the World, Moose, Amer-
ican Legion, Jaycees and Variety
Club.
throughout the Western
Will Head
ig Men's
Division
Fine, Miami attorney who
received the Greater Mi-
Ssh Federation Presidents'
kip Award, has been named
|the Young Men's Division
ominy year. He succeeds
einkle.
MD's Will Head UF
Medical Division
Two prominent physicians have
been appointed to head-up the Uni-
ted Fund's Medical Division for
Miami Beach, MUton Sirkin, Beach
campaign chairman announced.
Named .as co-chairmen of the
Medical Division were Drs. Nelson
Zivitz and S. Charles Werblow, both
of whom practice on Lincoln ad.
at Miami Beach.
Dr. Zivitz, who resides at 200
E. Rivo Alto dr., has been active
in previous yaars in both the
Community Chest and the Amer-
ican Red Cross.
He is president-elect of the Dadc
County Medical Assn.
Dr. Werblow. of 920 E. Di Lido
dr., was chairman of the Combined
Jewish Appeal's Doctor's Division
in 1956. and has served in Com-
munity Chest drives.
He is a member of-the Zionist
Organization of America and the
American Legion.
The physicians will be respon-
sible for soliciting from all Miami
Beach doctors and their employees,
and must get the job done before
United Fund Sunday, Nov. 17, the
date house-to-house solicitation be-
gins.
Fifty-four Dade agencies already
belong to UF.; The drive ends Dec.
12. Dr. Zivitz hopes his division
will be able to get underway Fri-
day.

Two years ago DuBreuii was
appointed by the commission to
filt the vacancy left by the resig-
nation of then Mayor Abe Aron-
oviti.
kouncing the appointment.
On president Aaron M.
Vednesday declared that
DuBreuii Wednesday declared
that he has played a major part in
the completion of the Municipal
Justice bldg. and the new Com-
munications and Legal bldg. "In
roven record of leadership I addition, I sponsored and put into
d community service has | 'aw. ,ne Density Control Ordinance,
im admirably for the im-
post."
which prevents over-building; was
instrumental in revamping Miami's
Building Dept., which has saved the
ill attend the 26th annual taxpayers more than one million
Assembly of the Council of dJlars per year; assisted with the
(Federations and Welfare ',1uaU'> of the property tax;
v and played a major role in comple-
New Orleans, Nov. 14 to tion of the 12th ave. cut-through."
of the benefits of the
> Leadership Award.
A Good
Job
iS Mayor!

If reelected, DuBreuii declared
that he hopes to work for an early
solution to Miami's "most pressing
problembridges."
Pythians' Grand Chief Will
Be Honored Here Wednesday
Mrs. Thelma Galhreath, grand
chief of the Pythian Sisters of Flor-
ida will make an official visit to
Roosevelt Temple 33 when the
group meets Wednesday evening at
Dora August Hall.
She will be entertained by offi-
cers and members of the organiza-
tion at a luncheon to be held at
Jordan Marsh the same afternoon.
On Nov. 9, a joint testimonial
dinner and reception will be held
at the Garden restaurant at 7:30
p.m. honoring Dr. George D. Con-
ger, grand chancellor. Knights of
Pythias, and Mrs. Gal breath.
Milander Winner;
Runoff Due Nov. 12
Henry Milander has been reelect-
ed mayor of Hialeah. He beat his
nearest rival, newcomer to Hialeah
politics Wallace Ledford, by 1,951
tallies in Tuesday's primary elec-
tion.
Milander scored 4,866 votes to
his opponent's 2,915. The duo will
vie for the post in the Nov. 12 run-
off.
The four also-rans in this con-
test were Councilman W. H.
Lockward, 2,040; Councilman F.
A. Benedetto, 1,602; Charles A.
Whiteacre, 270; and Jack L. Kino,,
Leading the field for the council-
manic election was Vernon J, Ash-
ley, with 4,487. Second was C. P.
Rubiera, with a tally of 3,492.
The two other top winners in this
contest were J. Hosea Smith, for-
mer councilman, 3,362; and incum-
bent R. F. Woodruff, 3.288. Trail-
ing were M. E. Thompson, also an
incumbent, 2.931; Walter J. McLel-
lan. 2,732; Edwin J. Frey, 2,491; and
Francis F. Perry, 2,264.
Out of the running were in-
cumbent Byrd V. Duke, 2,224,
and L. S. Platt, 1,794, with a field
of 13 others ranging from 364 to
2,104 tellies. The top six in this
race will vie for the four avail-
able seats on the Hialeah Council
during the Nov. 12 runoff.
A total of 12,154 ballots were cast
in the Tuesday primary.
David, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Berry Clein, 330 NW 44th
ave., will become Bar Mitz-
vah Saturday, Nov. 2, at Mi-
ami Hebrew Congregation.
Rabbi Simon April will offi-
ciate. David is grandson of
Mr. and Mrs. William Clein,
long-time Miami residents. He
is a student at Kinloch Park
Junior High School.
Charles Daniel, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Bernard Reiter, 1550
SW 31st ave., wil become Bar
Mitzvah Saturday, Nov. 2, at
Beth David Congregation.
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg will
officiate. Charles is an eighth
student at Shenandoah Junior
High and a Life Scout of Boy
Scout Troop 3.
Nathan R., son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ross Pricherson, 660
82nd St., will become Bar
Mitzvah Saturday, Nov. 2, at
North Shore Jewish Center.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
will officiate. Nathan is a stu-
dent in graduating class of
Center religious school and
attends Nautilus Junior High.
Mark, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Travis, will become
Bar Mitzvah at Saturday
morning services of Temple
Emanu-El. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man will officiate. Mark is
an eighth grade student at
Nautilus and attends Temple
Emanu-El religious school.
Neross Bar Mitzvah
Richard Neross, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sidney Neross, 927 Froude
ave., Miami Beach, will become Bar
Mitzvah Saturday morning, Noy. 2,
at the North Shore Jewish Center.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will con-
duct the services. Richard is a
student in graduating class of the
Jenter s religious school and at-
ends Nautilus Junior High.
The United Fund of Dade Coun-
ty eliminates wasteful use of.
charity givers money by the use
of budgeting controls administer-
ed by groups of local citizens who
review each agency's needs.
Beth Tfilah Sisterhood
Plans Membership Fete
Sisterhood of Beth Tfilah Con-
gregation will hold a membership
luncheon Monday noon at the syn-
agogue, 935 Euclid ave.
Members are asked to bring a
new member. Vjce president Mrs.
Rose Kratish will be hostess.
President Mrs. Mayer Katz an-
nounces that the next regular meet-
ing will be Monday evening, Nov.
11, at Beth Tfilah.
KEEP
MIAMI GROWING!
te-Elect
The EXPERIENCED Candidate
For City Councilman of Hialeah
MATE WALTER J. McLELLAN
V U I C Tuesday, Nov. 12th
A Businessman lor A Business Administration
-----------1 "THANKS FO* YOUR
YOUR VOTE APPRECIATED 2,732 votes-
im Pol. Adv.
0MMISSI0NER
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Miami Resident for 45 years
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He Really Meant No Harm in Criticizing
. _______,.. h,ndm,- down the morals and live* Sure, such a soft, paternal After heh,..._. .
By ALFRED SEGAL
WNS
Cincinnati
In behalf of all rabbis. Rabbi
on handing down the morals and
the spiritual content of Torah. They
have no thought of their own pres-
tige up there on that Mount.
I myself keep an image of one
in oendii ui -"---- T v j I mvselt keep an image 01 unc
Samuel M. Silver of New York had ^ho migh( haye been rabbi who
me over his knee, you might say;: jndeed go, a start 0f (WO years
and it was quite a spanking. It was L.ard ^^ one His narne ,s
all on account of a column in ^^ me tnat js when I be-
which a friend of mine. Manr,rt !gin thinking^! what a rabbi should
Shapiro, of Klirabethtown. Ky. i ^ |ifce j buil(J an jmage of the
gave judgment on three varieties fcjnd of rabbi would have liked
of rabbis ... and ended up with {o ^ Sega, grow up ,0 ^ had
approval of a fourth kind; that is he ma(Je (he rabbinale
M My, a rabbi who isn t interested studjed ,wo
in fame or fortune, who doesn 11 .... at the
First in 15th annual series of
late eveninq services ai Tem-
ple Emanu-El will be launch-
ed Friday. 8:30 p.m., by Dr.
Irving Lehrman. Sermon is
"Looking at Sputnik Through
a Rabbi's Eyes."
(You see,
years long,
in fame or fortune, who doesn t |ong ag0 at thc Hebrew Union
seek promotion to the more elegant Col|ege on the idea 0f becoming
pulpits, who doesn t care for thc a pabbl e haf) sU years more ,0
glory of appearances before Rotary. when hr qu(, ,
Kiwanis and .-uch. who feels high We(| when ,hink of ,his g^,,
in contentment just to serve the | as rabbi j set up a rabbi who prob.
people of his congregation .... My never W0(j|d haye arrived at
even to the humblest of them |,,,, heigh, of ,he pu|pi, of Temple
to know each of them well, to ad- Emanue| on Fifth ave New York
use them to help them out o^ Rabb( ^ a meck man
their trouble, to care much about who care ,o stJmd h.
lives. Sure, such a soft, patern...
voice was never to be heard as far
as New York, Chicago or San Fran-
cisco ... out there among the high
pulpits.
Of course, all this is only the
imaginary Rabbi Segal just a
figment by columnist Segal who is
attempting to picture an ideal. He
should like to hear from authentic
rabbis who themselves have work-
ed to live up to that ideal. As
humble men they need not sign
their names to their replies when
they write to report here-how WwyU, -,.
have done with their rabbinical
lives.
Levine Manager
Of New Motel
each of them.
Such a rabbi wa< Mr. Shapiro's
'ideal ... a rabbi whose pulpit .-..u^;,-llu 1C F1Hc,a
| in an elegant :>nagogue Mr. Sha-1 gregation. He goes about among
I piro carried an imaee of him in his them. and. also, they come to him.
M.irtin Levine. Miami Beach ho nwn hpar| and knew hlm weU. He He is like a father who gives them
tel executive since 1945 and Beach ,ald hls own father had been that answers to ,he problems that
resident for the past 27 years has klnd of bbi_ troubIe ,hejr |ives The .
been named manaeer of the Beau Now Rabbl Sl|v,,r thought Mr. kn0w him that wav. of course, he
Rivage. country club-type motel to shapiro M putting hosti|e judg-lgjves out with pravers and with
open Dec. ) in Bal Harbour. j ment on rabbl, ln gencral. Rabbii fajr|y g(K)d sermons but ,he con.
he appoint- Silver is editor of 'American Ju-1 gregation appreciates him more be-
ere by Jack daism." the magazine published by j cause he cares so much about their
Union of American Hebrew' Jives.
er than Sinai
From that elevation he follows
Moses and the prophets as he goes
Announcement of t.._
ment has been made here by Jack
Mintzer. builder of the S10 million.
300-room Beau Rivage.
the
Congregations (Reform) at 838
Fifth ave.. New York. The congre-
r. ." 'k c l !. fA .k Katlons of more than 500 rabbis are
Beach High School attended the ; associated ln this lmon.
ln.vers.ty of Honda in Games- ( ^ ,hls spanking: ..You ,u.
1 t .""ni, H"fng ,KHdl ? ?S ; a,ed a E "our column .
a te>t pilot for the Second Air whetner you d]d jj ,he name of
Shapiro or any one else," Rabbi
Within the last eight years he Silver was saying. "Obviously, you
ha< opened and managed four ho- share Shapiro's feelings and
tels along Miami Beach. j that is unfortunate.
He is a member of Hotel Greeters I "Many people speak of their rab
Well. I thank Rabbi Silver for
the spanking he gave me; being
spanked is all to a columnist's
good. And to show you what a
lovable rabbi he himself is, 1 must
report the last line of his letter.
and the American Legion.
AMI TIN LIVIM
UM Prof, is Speaker
I'niversity of Miami Prof. Fred-
eric W Borges spoke before mem-
bers of the Miami Ethical Society
Sunday at Koubek Center. He dis-
cussed "Is There a God?"
bis as your column does. They
think of them as book review rab-
bis or spiritual rabbis, etc. It is sad
that you should sanctify them. The
chief sufferer from such oversim-
plification is not the rabbi but the
cause of truth.
"You have often written about
the danger of generalizations.
Preach yourself a column on this
subject again sometime, with spe-
cific reference to faulty notions
about rabbis."
Now I'm a guy who after a spank-
ing doesn't tun off to a corner to
sulk. A columnist gets spanked al-
most every fey by somebody, and
wiser columnists appreciate spank-
ings as lessons toward their higher
education. So I thank Rabbi Sil-
ver for the spanking he gave me,
and hasten to fulfill the assignment
he has given me to write another
column on the subject of rabbis.
In the former column I didn't at
all mean to suggest that all or .most
rabbis are in the image of the three
kinds that Mr. Shapiro doesn't like
Sure enough, there are some rabbis
whose kind I don't like either
particularly rabbis who set them-
ttly up on intellectual heights
and look down.
You see. the rabbis I prefer are
those who stand modestlv on Sinai
with Moses. From there they keep
Of course, being, after all. a hu-
man, he does like to hear his own
voice in eloquence from the pulpit,
but he counts his more successful
experiences in the hours when he
is speaking privately to Abe, to
Moses, to Dave, who are members
of his congregation. They have
lost their way and hope for new
directions and this Rabbi Segal
shows 'em.
The years pass and Rabbi Segal
is growing old. H doesn't bother
him at ail that none of those big-
ger congregations never have call-
ed him to their pulpits. You see,
he hasn't ever tried to make him-
self widely heard in the world;
mostly he has spoken quietly
among the members of his congre-
gation ... a quiet voice directing
them in the travails of their private
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174 Acres
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mlif paved and curbed city street
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300 Acres
OK MARION County's choice lime-
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erous shade of live oak. hickory
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Modern owner's house of three
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member 1. 1957
*JeUti Her Mian
Page 11B
w&w
BY HENRY LEONARD
\RI - Required Courses
MKHNAH...

fUHO
Iron Rods in New Dade
lol to Reach to W. Palm Beach
nn rods, if laid end-to-
|h from Miami to West
have been used in
__ Dade Federal's
new branch build-
ing going up at
MY 7th ave. and
58th st.
luM'ph M. Lip-
on, president of
lade Federal
Saving! & Loan
\-sn., has sharp-
ened his pencil
and come up with
-ome interesting
he new structure which
bout Dec. 13.
lie structural steel rods
jnches Counts
rms of Dance
adult classes in differ-
[of the dance are now
registration under the
I of the Miami Branch of
Miami Jewish Commu-
>r, it was announced
by Stuart Winston,
Irman.
Berican dancing instruct
pni; the latest ballroom
be taught Wednesday |
[beginning Nov. 6, by
er. previously associated
penter as its dance in-
kjuy evenings, a class in
me tor women is being
pnie Schein, of the dance !
pie University of Miami, i
'of infomation is David
branch supervisor, 450 i
re.
which would reach 88 miles, Presi-
dent Upton's computations reveal:
The electric wiring used in the
building will lay a tingle strand
of wire from downtown Miami
to Hialeah, a distance of eight
miles.
The concrete used in the building
would lay a four-foot sidewalk
from downtown Miami to Bay
Point, a distance of three miles.
Not previously announced and a
new addition to the building. Lip-
ton disclosed, is a sign which will
flash the time and temperature
both day and night. Mounted atop
the 48-fnot-high Dade Federal sign,
the time and temperature bulletin
will be visible from virtually all
directions.
Edwin T. Reeder l> Associates
re designers of the building,
whose features include colorful
plastic panels supported by an
qua colored concrete grill
round the second floor. The
building is listed in local con-
struction circles as the most col-
orful financial structure in South
Florida.
Lipton said a date for transacting
business in the new Edison Center
branch building has not been set.
He expects to hold previews of the
building for press, radio and TV
representatives. Then a day or eve-
ning will be set aside for "open
house" when the public will be
taken on conducted tours of the
new branch.
Besides its downtown building at
45 NE 1st ave., Dade Federal owns
its other branch buildings at 1901
SW 8th st. and 1400 NW 36th st.
Jay Makovsky, 14
Dead in Accident
Jay Makovsky, 14, of 3414 Prairie
ave., Miami Beach, died Oct. 25 in
New York City as a result of an
accident.
The son of Dr. and Mrs. Irwin
Makovsky, leaders in local cultural,
religious and educational affairs,
he was a June, 1956 honor graduate
of the Hebrew Academy, winning
Science and Service Awards.
Jav was attending Yeshiva Uni-
versity Hiah School at the time
of his death.
In addition to his parents, he is
survived by a sister. Donna, of
Brandeis University, and a brother,
Randy, who attends the Hebrew
Academy.
Services were Oct. 27 at River-
side-Beach Memorial Chapel, with
burial in Mt. Sinai Cemetery.
Hebrew Academy officials Wed-
nesday announced the formation of
a Jay Makovsky Memorial.
$1 Million Gift Announced To Roger Straus Memorial
MORRIS SOMMERS
Rfl. of 927 Buclld nv..., died Oct. 27- A
resident here 17 years, he was a r.'llre.l
wholesale oroduce dealer. Burvlvlna
are his wife. HeHa: two son*. lrvln*
and Harry: three daughters. Mrs Ee-
rie limbeck. Mrs H, II,. Warshaw and
" ^nna I'ii kerman: and a sister.
Bervtcea were Beach Memorial Chapel, with burial in
Mi sinai Cemetery.
NEW YORKAs a memorial
in honor of her late husband, Mrs.
Roger W. Straus, Monday announ-
ced a gift of $1,000,000 to the Roger
Williams Straus Memorial Founda-
tion to promote the objectives of
the National Conference of Chris-
tians and Jews and the World Bro-
therhood organization.
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles will serve as honorary chair-
man of the trustees of the Founda-
tion, and former Got. Thomas E.
Dewey will be chairman.
Mrs. Straus stated that the pur-
pose*..^, th,e, .gift .areto.,promote
religious liberty, to build under-
standing and civic cooperation
among the world's great religions.
DAVID ALBERT DEUTCH
44, of 6r, 84th t.. died nil 2G. ,\ res-
ident here four years, he is survived by
his wife, Dorothy, and a *.>n. Terry.
Services were in Detroit, with New*
man-Gordon Funeral Home in charge
of local arrangement*,
DR. JACOB FELDMAN
A, of TIM \v, -1 a ,|i,.,| ,,,., 1 jn
Htm fork, a chiropractor, ha was
resident here elcht years. Burvivora
Include his wife, Bertha; two dauarh-
"i fi\.- grandchildren. Services
were held in New York.
Grant Joins Safes Stall
01 Local Realty firm
Max Grant has joined the sales
staff of Goldfarb Associates, Real-
tors. ^sdasjBjtw 1
He will special-
ize in real estate
requiring special
financing for tax
purposes.
Grant has had
25 years of ex-
perience in fi-
nancing and the
building business.
The past seven CHAN I
years of these were in Miami.
ORLANDO AREA
30 Acres $175 per acre
5 Miles to New Industrial Park
WYMAN ATKINS
Specializing in Central
Florida Acreage
Phone PLaza 4-9535
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RIAL ESTATE SALESMAN
NEEDED. Good Commission.
Norman E. Butler, Realtor
13030 N.V.. 7th Ave. MO 1-1440
10,000 ACRE RANCH
ON A HIGHWAY
at $100 per Acre
JEFFCOTT REALTY
INVESTMENTS
2400 first Street
FORT MYERS, FLA.
EDISON 5-4421
SAM BERKOWITZ
M, of mi s. Venetian <<.. died Oct. 21.
t>wn 'if the parking concessions .it
the Seville hotel and Km and Mill's
restaurant in Miami Beach, he was n
disabled war veteran, having served In
he |j,fl Air P\rce and maon. Bur.
vlving are his wife, Adele; two sons,
Kred and Martin; three brothers, three
sist.rs and two grandchildren Ber-
vjcei and burial were In New York,
with local arrangements liy llellnian
Funeral Home.
ISADORE GLICKSTEIN
71. 61 BIS Buclld ave. died Oct. M. A
letlrcrbrooniine house operator, ho was
a resident here five yeaea Ha leaves
his wife. Kannie; a son. Samuel; and
a daughtrr, Mrs. Nettle May. Services
mil burial were in New York, with
Riverside-Bench Memorial Chapel in
charge of arrangements locally.
MRS. ESTHER SHULMAN
74. of IfSiO SW 36th rt., died Oct. 23. A
resident here 17 years, she was a mem-
ber of the Zaipera Jewish Center Sis-
terhood. Surviving are her husband.
Benjamin; Hire,- daughters, Maj. Flor-
ence, U.S. Army, Ceclle, and Mrs.
Frieda Brown: ana two sisters. Includ-
ing Mrs. Florence Cohen, Miami Beach.
Bervtcea were <>.-i. l'"> at Gordon
Funeral Home, with-burial in Mt. Nebo
Cemetery,
NATHAN WODEN
",9. of Ufl SW .".1st il, died Oot 21. He
came hers 10 years i\mo and was re-
tired. Burvivora Include his wife, Ida;
a son. Heiil.en: and three daughters,
Mrs. Naomi Weiss, Mrs, Mary fried.
and Mrs. Sylvia I >emsk> ; and II
grandchildren. Services were I
at liordon Funeral Home, with burial
in Mt. Nebo Oemetei y.
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A pair of cold-threaded slacks,
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Earl Pertnoy, co-owner of the
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:n Dade county.
LEO TISCHLER
1, o' JI7" i kens at died I let II.
An entployee of Con-Gui Construction
Company, he was a veteran of World
War II end .< resident here n yeara.
He is urvlVM l> tola Wife, Anita: two
one, Samuel and Andwtw; s dau-hter,
Mrs. Bonnie (Jell; hi.- mother, Mrs.
Sail!,- Tiacn'er; anrl two hrothei
a sister, Bervlees were Oct U al Blv-
r. h Memorial Chanel, with
t,in i.ii in Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
PHILLIP MOHTfi '.
14, of I7t00 Collins ave., died Oct 20.
denl hers 15 > earn he i his wife, Patricia, and s sister. Ser-
vices were Oct. il al Rlver"Me-Bi ''
Memorial Chapel, with burial In Mt.
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MAX ROSENBERG
7, i>f nan Byron avs ti-t Oct. ia. A
resident* here 10 rears, he Is in -. i
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MRS. MARY CODISH
6, of S3 mi BW IJnd tei Bled Oct. 'i
\ resident hers three yean, .-lie leaves
her husband, Abraham; a daughter,
\ii- Svelyn *.....ners: Hro brothe-a
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