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

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

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

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l Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 31 Number 40
Miami, Florida, Friday, October 4, 1957
Price 20*
The Death of Stalin Meant the Passing of an Anti-Semitic Reign of Terror;
But Subtle' Discrimination Similar to the Western Variety is Still Apparent
By CHARLOTTE LUBIN
MOSCOW(JTA)Anti-Semitism in Russia seems to
I have settled into patterns of subtle discrimination, similar
to conditions existing in the West. But among those Jews
with vivid memories of Stalin's Fule of terror, a haunting
I anxiety remains.
In the sudden freedom of the Moscow Youth Festival
I local Jews were able to find expression for grievances
stored up for more than a decade. They formed a large
proportion of those Russians that crowded the Americans'
hotel ever) evening during the Festival to find out about
life in the U.S. and to voice their dissatisfactions with
Soviet society.
In group* they spoke guardedly, but when you jpoke
to indviduals alone, each had a different tale to toll of
the suffering ho endured during the last years of Stalin's
regime: a son or husband who died in Siberia; a neighbor
or relative who disappeared; the fear that resulted from
Stalin's placing of Jews in a special category of suspicion
so that all non-Jewish neighbors and friends became po-
tential agents of the secret police and even fellow Jews
could not always be trusted.
Although these people admit that most of the terror-
ism ended with the death of Stalin, a sense of anxiety per-
sists. "How can we be sure that government policy won't
suddenly change and all will begin again?" a woman, who
had lost two sons in 1951, asked.
The uncertainty rests mainly in the older people who
remember the days of Stalin far better than the Jewish
students and young people.
"If the government will let us alone, anti-Semitism
will eventually disappear," a philosophy student told me.
"The people know it is wrong; it is only when the govern-
ment sponsors it that it becomes a serious problem," he
said.
Philip M. Klutznik, president of B'nai B'rith (left),- is sworn in as
a member of U.S. delegation to United Nations General
Assembly by Wiley T. Buchanan, Jr. (right), U.S. chief of pro-
tocol. Seven other appointees to ten-member delegation, in-
1 eluding actress Irene Dunne (above) took oath in presence of
Secretary of State-John .Foster Dulles. Klutznick also served
in Roosevelt and Truman administrations as U.S. federal pub-
lic housing commissioner. _____
U.S. Policy Puzzling;
Ambassador to Jordan
Swallows Own Bunk
By SAUL CARSON
UNITED NATIONS(JTA)Diplomats here are puzzled at the Uni-
ted States policy in the Middle E^st. Some of the delegates, who are
particularly known for their personal friendliness to Israel, are not only
puzzled but worried. They .see the United States engaging openly in an
arms race with the Soviet Union but they see that the net result of
that race is the arming of Israel's Arab enemies, and the exclusion of
Israel from any consideration in the stockpiling of the tools of war in
the Middle East.
Ostensibly, the large armaments*--------------------------------------------
* Although there is no Russian
equivalent of the Anti-Defamation
League to research the quota sys-
tem agreement among the Jews to
whom I spoke indicates that anti-
Semitism today is manifested in
some forms of job discrimination,
and denial of access to the power
structure in the Soviet Union.
"It is difficult to prove that
there is anti-Semitism," one man
explained. "They tell you they
do not need you for a job or that
you are not qualified to fill it. Can
I help it if I feel it is because I
am Jewish? Later, they give the
job to your Gentile friend whom *
you know is no better qualified."
being furnished by the United
States to Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Leba-
non and Jordan are insurance
300 Jews Exit
Reds Monthly
ITA-By Direct Teletype Wire
VIENNAA small but steady
trickle of some 300 Jews leave
Hungary' monthly for Israel end
other countries, it was revealed
here Tuesday. All are legal emi-
| grants.
Somewhere between 150 and
200 of the emigrants each month
obtain visas for Israel and pro-^
eeed via Belgrade to join rela-
| fives in the Jewish state.
Another 100 apply for and re-
lative transit visas through Aus-
|Wi (or other lands. Some of
these remain in Austria, while
the remainder scatter to over-
Mas points.
Reparartions Ship
Down W. German
Slides
Ways
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
HAMBURGThe 9.500-ton "Har Tabor," Reparations Pact freighter
built for Tel Aviv's "Tramp Ships Ltd." by West Germany's largest
shipyard and designed to haul 14,450 tons of bulk cargo, was launched
here Monday.
!-------i-----------------------------+ Tramp Ships Ltd. is an affiliate
of "El Yam," which ordered four
identical cargo ships from the lo-
cal Deutsche Werft Shipyard in
1955.
[orm Committee to Mark
pel's Tenth Anniversary
NEW YORK(JTAV-Four hun-
|red and fifty-eight distinguished
Imenciin leaders, representing the
rorld of religion, art, science, law,
fbor education, music, literature,
motion pictures, radio,
heatre.
hm
Nevision and public service ac-
Pl'n*; an invitation of former
!n Herbert H. Lehman have
'"ed in an American committee
mrk in the United States the
anniversary of the founding
ine State of Israel, it was an-
"Ted Wednesday.
*" Lehman has agreed to
'" s the general chairman of
** committee, which will plan a
Continued on Page A
Extremists Seen
Fomenting Revolt
TEL AVIV (JTA) Dr. Israel
Sheib-Yarme, one-time theoreti-
cian of the Stern Group, and Reu-
ben Grinberg, another former mem-
ber of the underground movement,
were charged Wednesday with in-
citing revolt against the govern-
ment and State of Israel.
In a formal arraignment in Mag-
istrate's Court here, prosecutor
Haim Cohen charged the defend-
ants with "continuing, practicing
and commanding" tasks in the un-
derground organization since 1948,
when all underground groups were
prohibited in the wake of the as-
sassination of Count Folke Berna-
dotte, UN mediator.
One of the specific charges by
the government deals with the
publication of a pamphlet by Dr.
Sheib quoting an article by Mr.
Grinberg, which warned readers
that the Israel Government had
revived the practice of "ritual
blood libel" following the assassi-
nation of Dr. Israel Kastner, one-
time leader of Hungarian Jewry
and official of the Israel Govern-
ment. The pamphlet said the gov-
ernment, referred to as the "enemy
within." might plant evidence
against its political enemies.
When the new freighter was
launched by Mrs. Raphael Re-
canati, whose husband is in
charge of the New York El Yam
office, guests on the launching
program included Dr. Moshe
Tevor and Theodore Ranan, of
the Israel Purchasing Mission in
Cologne.
William Scholz, director of the
shipyard, said that the first stage
in German ship construction for
the Israel reparations account had
been concluded with the launch-
ing of the "Har Tabor."
He said El Yam was placing or-
ders outside of reparations chan-
nels for four additional 15,000-ton
freighters to be delivered in the
years 1960 to 1962.
against Russia's arming of Syria,
Egypt and Yemen. But will those
arms be used against leftist Syria
and "neutralist" Egypt or are
they more likely to be turned
against Israel?
American delegate
a significant state-
A Latin
pointed out
ment by an Arab nationalist
spokesman whom the New York
Times cells "a highly-placed
Arab nationalist." The Arab-,
spokesman said: "At long last we '
we are getting the guns we need
to defend ourselves against Is-
rael." Over and over again, Arab
Continued on Page 3A
Although Jews are being
hired as university professors
in greater numbers now than
they were several years ago, the
feeling exists that there is still
discrimination in this area.
During the last years of Stalin's
rule, many Jewish university
professors, especially in the hu-
manities, were dismissed from
their positions and forced to
find a different kind of work.
"Most of these people have not
gotten their old jobs back," I was
told. My informant, himself a
victim of this kind of "purge." is
currently teaching history in a
"middle school," the Russian
equivalent of high school.
"Not all of the 15 Jews who
were dismissed with me have
been fortunate enough to find po-
Continued on P-age 2A
IKE, NASSER TO MEET?
WASHINGTON(JTA)A State
Department spokesman told news-
men he had no knowledge of any
plans for a meeting between Presi-
dent Eisenhower and Nasser, as
suggested by the Egyptian presi-
dent. Col. Nasser indicated last
weekend in an interview in Cairo
that he would like to have a face-
to-face meeting with Eisenhower if
the latter would take the initiative.
Baron Edmond de Rothschild (center) of French branch of Roth-
schild family, reported this week in New York at National
Headquarters of Stato of Israel Bond Organization that more
than 57,600,000 in Israel Development Bonds have been sold in
Western Europe since 1954 for economic development of Is-
rael. Baron is shown conferring with Abraham Feinberg (left),
president of Israel Bond drive, and Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, vice
president. Baxon de Rothschild, one of outstanding leaders of
European campaign for Israel Bonds, has returned to Europe
to meet with other key Jewish business and communal figures
to draft plans which will intensify sale cf Israel Bonds.


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Stalin s Death Only Quelled Terror
Continued from Pago 1 A
sit ions this good," he said. "Sev-
eral have jobs as translators; one
man. previously an English pro-
fminr. is still working as a photo
developer and enlarger."
It appears that the Jews are
being gradually cut off from
the sources of power in the So-
viet political sturcture. In a
country where the major .sources .
of information is the grapevine,
a repeated rumor is that Jews in
strategic government posts have
been shuffled around over the
past year or two to less impor-
tant positions.
Most of the people to whom I
spoke were convinced that it is dif-
ficult, if not impossible, for a Jew
to get into the field of diplomacy
and foreign policy. They explain-
ed that Jews are seldom accepted
in the Institute of Foreign Rela-
tions, the training school for dip
lomats. "They take one or two in
occasionally, so it wiU^noj^look soJ
bad." I*was toI3.
There is a general feeling that
fewer Jews than ever before are
being accepted into the Communist
party, which is the real source of
power in the Soviet Union.
If it is true that the Jews are
being spearated from policy-mak-
ing power, then one might conclude
that the future of the Jews in the
USSR is extremely precarious, de-
spite the confidence of the young
people.
Without Western-type channels
for change, such a* organiied
Jewish interest groups promot-
ing a policy of non-discrimina-
tion, the only way in which anti-
Semitism can be controlled and
stamped out is from the top by
governmental decree, education
and perserving legal action, as
Plot kin Appointed
Extension Chief
Charles Plotkin has been appoint-
ed to the post of extension super-
visor for the Greater Miami Jewish
Community Center. Efraim H. Gale,
CMJCC executive director revealed
Wednesday.
Recently arrived in Miami with
his wife. Dorothy, and baby daugh-
ter, Gail Helene. Plotkin will be
in charge of two of the major pro-
grams of the agency the group
work program for residents at the
Jewish Home for the Aged, and the
yuuth program at Temple Judea.
In his work at the Home, Plot-
kin will be responsible for the di-
rection and supervision *>f a
corps of volunteers from the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women,
who are engaged in leading such
activities as arts and crafts, cer-
amics, singing, newspaper, sew-
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elected leadership group of resi-
dent :it the Home.
At Temple Judea. Plotkin will
supervise the joint youth program
conducted with the Temple Judea
Sisterhood.
Plotkin was previously program
director of the Jewish Community
Center of GioversviUe, N.V. Prior
to thai, lie u.i- associated as a
group worker with the Newark
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NEW YORKThe American-
Israeli Shipping Co.. Inc., U.S. rep-
resentatives of Zim Israel America
Lines, announced Wednesday the
cancellation of the 1957-58 West In-
dies winter cruise program of the
newly built SS Theodor Herzl.
The cruises were cancelled be-
cause of a delay in completion of
the Theodor Herzl's sistership. the
new SS Jerusalem, which was to
have taken over the Zim Lines'
Mediterranean passenger service
while the Herzl was cruising.
Delivery of the Jerusalem was
expected at the end of October,
at which time the Theodor Herzl
was to have returned to her
builder's yards for semi-annual
inspection and to have her air-
conditioning system extended to
cover the entire ship. According
to word just received from the
builders, the Jerusalem will not
be ready until the end of Decem-
ber.
With the company's other Medi-
terranean passenger liners hand-
ling heavily increased Immigrant
traffic to Israel, the Theodor Herzl
is required to maintain Zim's reg-
ular Mediterranean passenger ser-
vice, Haifa Naples-Marseilles, which
would have had to be suspended for
at least two months if she carried
out her cruises as scheduled. The
Mediterranean line is one of Zim's
oldest established services.
they claim they are deing. But
with top control in the hands of
a select group from which Jew*
are generally barred, the anxiety
of the older people seems justl-
fied.
How do the Jews feel about spe-
cific people in control of the gov-
ernment today? While there are
many rumors among the Jews
about Khrushchev's alleged anti-
Semitism, they do not seem to be
overly disturbed about it. They do
not believe that he will become an-
other Stalin.
If the government policy against
overt anti-Semitism perststS'arM is
effective, the Jewish people will
lose their identity, several people
predicted. One history teacher told
me, "If.the Jews were able to leave
the country today, 50 percent
would probably go to live in Israel
But in ten years or so under an in-
creasingly liberal regime, no one
will want to leave."
There is one important factor
that may prevent complete assimi-
lation for a long time. The Jews ot
Russia do not constitute a religious
or ethnic group as in the United
States. They are considered a "na
tionality" apart from the Russian
nationality. "Are you Russian or
Jewish?" they are asked. The So-
viet Union is made up of many such
nationalities, but the Jews are the
only ones without a territory or
formal social or political structure.
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U.S. Policy Puzzles UN Diplomats
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Page 3 A
Continued from Pane 1A
spokesmen have stated that
"these arms will never be used
by one Arab against another,"
and that these arm* will be used
against our one comon enemy
Mr. Dulles knows who that is."
yet in the face of these open
to-ab admission*- that the arms they
eceive are intended for use
Lgainst Israel, the United States
tent eight Globemasters and Flying
oxrars;. Ic. the- Jordanian eispert
outside Amman. There, with much
hoop de doodle, the American
crews unloaded jeeps, tank-killer
rifles, machineguns and ammuni-
tion. Two hundred Jordanian offi-
cials watched and cheered the pro-
ceedings. The American Ambassa-
dor to Amman, Lester D. Mallory
was on hand. Pointing to the tank-
killer rifles, he said: "These are
powerful enough to knock out
tanks of any size especially Rus-
sian."
But- Western diplomats here
ducation News
ligh.fghts Board
leeting Monday
News 11 Jewish education, both
National and international, will
deadline Ihe program of the fall
neetina el the board of directors of
he Bureau of Jewish Education on
(onday evening at the Crown
Intel.
Kati'innl news will include a re-
ort nn the annual convention of
he Nati< nal Council of Jewish Ed-
ucation held in Atlantic City at the
low ol the summer. Louis Sch-
Irartzman and Herbert Berger, di-
(Ctors ol the Bureau, will outline
nd interpret the conference ses-
Kons.
International news will be high-
bhted by a talk by Seymour B.
Liebman. local attorney and presi-
dent of the Southeast region of
|0A. who will discuss his travels
hrough Scandinavia last summer.
A shcii business meeting will
[include election of delegates to
[the board of directors, action on
[a proposed constitutional intend-
[ment, end announcements of
[chairmer and members of stand-
ling committees appointed by Sol
Goldman, Bureau president.
I Special feature of the meeting
fill be the presentation of Sunday
chool teacher licenses to qualified
andidates by Ehiel Lesowoder and
lydney J. Greenberg. co-chairmen
If the Bureau's Board of License.
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Fuchs, 1444 S. Biscayne Point
rd., Miami Beach, blows tra-
ditional Shofar ushering in
Hebrew New Year 5718.
National Board of License of the
American Assn. for Jewish Educa-
tion.
Slate of community members on
the board of directors will include
the officers and chairmen of stand-
ing committees and the following:
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Abelow, Saul
Ashkenazy, Al Beer, Miss Ann Ber-
kowitz, Miss Sara Berkowitz, Mrs.
Joseph Brenner, Col. Dudley D.
Brodie, Joe Cohen, Irving Firtel,
Ben Zion Ginsburg, Sam Goldstein,
Dr. Philip Gottlieb, Dr. Zev Kogan,
If. J. Koplowitz, Mr. and Mrs. Sey-
mour B. Liebman, Dr. Herman
Meyers, Albert Quadow, Leo Rob-
inson, Nat Rood, Mrs. Oida Rubin,
Al Sherman, Jack R. Spatz, Dr.
Jesse Spirer, Dr. Isaac Unterman,
K. Raphael Yunis.
ently, was not to organize Arab re- i back the Jordanians, Iraqis and
sistance against the Soviet incur- j Lebanese against resistance to
sions in Syria but rather to hold | Syrja.
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who heard of these proceedings
wondered whether Mr. Mallory
was being naive or had simply
fallen victim to his own propa-
ganda. For it is well know here
thatwith the exception of Tur-
key, which is also receiving large
supplies of American armsall
the other Middle East benefi-
ciaries of American arms gifts
will look forward to shooting at
tanks, and at other objectives, in
Israel, and not either in Syria
or in Egypt.
The New York Times which is
seldom laggard in supporting the
major foreign policies of the State
Department, has been consistent
in watching for anti-Israel over-
tones in the past 18 months. On the
day after "Operation Good Hope"
landed the airlifted arms in Jor-
dan, the Times said editorially:
"The policy move now being
taken could backfire. In fact, it
has already aroused concern in
Israel which is always worried at
the idea of her Arab neighbors
being furnished arms. This is an
aspect of the present jockeying
for position that seems to have
been overlooked in Washington.
Israel should be reassured."
But such "reassurance" for Is-
rael can be given only in concrete
terms. Supplying Israel with sub-
marines as defense against the
undersea craft furnished to Egypt
by Russia would furnish some com-
fort to Israel. Furnishing Israel
with jet planes capable of defend-
ing the Jewish Slate against the
Russian MIG's and Ilyushins sent
by Moscow to Syria would add to
the reassurance needed by the Je-
rusalem Government.
Yet these are precisely the items
missing in the game which the
United States is playing against
Russia in the Middle East. Loy W.
Henderson, Deputy Undersecretary
of State, did not even deem it nec-
essary to see Israel Government
officials when he visited the Middle
East. Henderson's concern, appar-
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The Jewish FlorUian d^ea not u,p""f,1'h* K**h"
roth of the men-band,.* adve-tl*d In Its columna
during the week
as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN
dressing himself to .***
gates. Kneset membVw^
Bader revealed .he*2r*
i'P*CP.P'*',r>N BATES:
On. Year SS.00 Two Year, M 00 Thre. Year. >10.W
boycott the* i^'** l
international wrUaBv^*1 a
ferenee in London l *^*
Arabia
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costly to Israel than to the Arab Leaiju?*that' theloT,.ment is>
resents less than one percent of her national income \ J**1 "*
back, a reputable Middle East fact sheet showed a Jrr ,1^" ^
in U.S. department store sales of Egyptian cotton men d*d*
there was the interesting side note that California date.' ^ "i
first time dwarfing the favored position on a volume ./? ,0r *
previously enjoyed by Arab dates here. Purchase bag,
Yom Kippur Knits Worldly, Spiritual iii|?iSlig|p3
gesture of succumbing to Arab pressure, there wa; il1;,,",*"'f
here of boycott. The point is by now well taken BomStV* "*
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Volume 31 Number 40
Friday. October 4. 1957
9 Tishri 5718
_ first
Jews of Greater Miami will usher in Yom
Kippur at services in synagogues here Friday
evening. The chanting of the traditional Kol
Nidre prayer will keynote the opening of this
most holy Day of Awe.
It would be well for the world at large to
join Jewry everywhere in observance of the
Gables Constructive Action
What started out to be a nasty situation in
Coral Gables some ten days ago has thus far
resolved itself in a business-like manner.
Principal credit goes to Rabbi B. Leon Hur-
witz. of Zamora Jewish Center, who with pa-
tience and dignity went throuah hours of rea-
soning to make the Coral Gables City Commis-
sion recognize it acted without thinking.
We refer to the imbroglio reported in The
Jewish Floridian last week, during which heated
tempers found some Gables officials making
statements of decidedly racist character.
It was Rabbi Hurwitz who calmly brought
the issue full circle from a situation of intra-
community hysteria to an examination of the
question at hand: the legality of Zamora's ex-
panding educational program at its present site.
Spuming the muddy lists of combat erected
by anti-Semitic invective. Rabbi Hurwitz raised
the problem from the physical restrictions con-
fining Zamora to a broader view of zoning as
applicable to Coral Gables churches and syna-
gogues generally.
It was through Rabbi Hurwitz' efforts that
Mayor Phillips organized a committee to study
the outmoded Coral Gables zoning ordinance
of 1937 with an eye toward liberating the city's
spiritual centers from the set molds confining
their expanding needs. It was through his ef-
forts that constructive community action re-
places what might have been a blot on Coral
Gables for a long time to come.
Dag's Sense of Balance
Dag Hammarskjold is an art connoisseur.
His penthouse apartment reportedly has famous
paintings on its walls on loan from New York's
finest galleries.
Perhaps for this reason, his sense of bal-
ance is more sharply defined than that of any
other international politician. An example of
this excessive refinement in him is Dag's in-
sistence that UN Emergency Force troops be
stationed on Israel's side of the border.
Reasons Dag: If UNEF is deployed along
the Egyptian border, there is no reason for
the sake of balance not to deploy them on
Israel's, too.
This is a clear-cut case of the wide gulf
separating art and politics these days. Aesthete
Hammarskjold forgets the reason for the troops
in the first place. Nor does he seem to be in-
clined toward a patient reminder.
Perhaps it's about time dandy Dag became
a museum curator and left to men of lesser ar-
tistic refinements the unbalanced view interna-
tional relations frequently offers.
spirit of Yom Kippur. In denying the validity of
secular vows made during the preceding year,
in the name of God. those who sing the Kol
Nidre liturgy reaffirm their faith in the finest
traditions of Judaism in the essentially spirit-
ual essense of man's moral law.
For vows thoughtlessly made where the
simple act of human trust should suffice are
vows better never voiced. This is perhaps the
highest meaning of Kol Nidre a meaning
transcending the prayer's doubtful Marrano
origins.
Yom Kippur thus generally highlights
man's inclination toward secularism as a dis-
guise for his more fundamental ethical needs.
In our own time, we cae well aware of this
moral dilemma. Our nation since World War
II has been reported to be heavily religion-con-
scious in its daily activities.
High worth is placed on House of Worship
affiliation, regardless of denomination, while
President Eisenhower some two years ago was
instrumental in placing the phrase "under God''
into the Pledge of Allegiance to the United
States.
Without the heat generated by contempor-
ary religious fervor, the President would have
been unsuccessful in this regard as an infrac-
tion of the separation of church and state prin-
ciple.
Doubtless, this renascence in religious in-
terest is strongly motivated by the aftermath of
World War II the cold war between East and
West, the Korean conflict, the day-to-day threat
of nuclear holocaust.
But these reasons are precisely against
what Yom Kippur warns us. In examining our
past actions, in the private perusal of our moral
selves, we are called upon to recognize that
truth, honesty, justice and all other mean-
ingful values of religion can never be achie-
ved by a wooden identification with the highest
purposes of religion. Fear is not what must
make us act according to the principles of hu-
man virtue.
The recent developments in Little Rock,
Ark., are a crystal clear example of religion
not lived but pretended. If our nation is. in-
deed, in the midst of a valid spiritual revival,
how does one justify the news emanating from
that city?
Yom Kippur urges Jewry to close the gap
between the spiritual and the worldly. In this
Hebrew New Year 5718, the call must be heed-
ed not only by Jews but by all of mankind if
survival is in our future.
A Sectarian Emblem
The ruckus being raised in Minnesota over
the use of a cross in the official emblem for the
observance in 1958 of the centennial of the State
of Minnesota is a clear lesson that this na-
tion's founding fathers knew so welL
The principle of the separation of church
and state is traditional and has been proved
valid ever since the first days of independence.
Religious zealots in our time seek increas-
ingly to identify our country not with the spirit-
ual well spring from which it stems but with
sectarian notions of faith.
A Minnesota Centennial Commission is
now studying the controversy. We hope they
come up with the right answer for several rea-
sons not the least of which is that an emblem
featuring a cross would fail to represent all the
people of Minnesota.
Employ the Handicapped
District 5 of B'nai B'rith will launch an Em-
ploy the Physically Handicapped campaiqn
Oct. 6 to 12. *^
This is to be a pilot program. Should it
prove successful. B'nai B'rithers here hope to
see it extended across the nation.
The incidence of two great wars' within
hardly more than a decade has sharpened us
to an understanding of the plight of the phys-
ically handicapped: we have learned by bitter
experience that the maimed and the injured
are far from helpless that they must not be
permitted to feel helpless for the sake of the
community, as well as for themselves.
National Employ the Physically Handi-
capped Week highlights the fact that the handi-
capped are frequently more efficient workers
because of the will to prove themselves.
In line with this, B'nai B'rith is extending
the scope of its operations next week to urge
its membership and the communities in which
its chapters function to offer the handicapped
employment possibilities.
This is neither charity nor philanthropy.
It is simply good business. Handicapped work-
ers of every variety have an amazing gamut of
skills and are anxious to set them to work
to support themselves in a dignified manner
rather than to be charges.
District 5 B'nai B'rith is to be commended
lor launching this program.
I submit at this point my own target for bovcott Tianr u
zine. Here is a piece of journalism that does not report it nnSas** I
It does not describe objectively; it observes through excess*. *
ionated eyes and insinuates. The pat style of the magazine h. !
ed a point where its editorial pundits "pundit" i- a favorit wl.
word elicit a kind of revulsion even in a partialh schoolediJ2? !
The magazines adjectival structure is the most dangerou.lv Z^ i
one in serious American publication today. I eliminate thTS 1
hatemongers literature because this branch of bigotry lacks aw2
employs a style that would forewarn even the most'obtuse.
*
BUT THE SUBTLETY of TIME is its trademark Catering hrb
* blue-nose conservatives in socially respectable IS subnrbu .
magazine withal betrays its most sacred purpose: to flatter the I
generate sensibilities of arch conservatives still battling the by t]
defunct question of isolationism vs. collective security if t^mml
the sole royalty and TIME its singular court jester, there wouldki
small problem, indeed. Unfortunately, pretenders abound, who sett
a personal role in this human comedy. Thus TIME pipes its adjerM
tune to the applause of millions while the world burns.
An example is the issue of Sept. 30 and the magazine's setta]
called "Israel." Here, pontification runs rampant, with no room pe> 1
mi t ted for admission to error. This is TIME at its anstocra'ie best -
and journalistic worst. "Israel's ambiguity toward Russia." the m
azine states, "stems from mingled hopes and fears about the Jews a
Russia." But neither the "hopes" nor the "fears" are brought to th
fore: nor is the weasel word "ambiguity" explained The reader is thai
left with the impression that Israel straddles the fence between Eat
and West tod?y. embracing no discemable ideological identification. !
This is a patently malicious falsehood, which runs counter to tk j
geopolitical realities of current Near Eastern tensions. Nowhere 11
there even token reference to Israeli warnings as far back as M]
about the imminent explosion of Soviet influence into the Middle Eat]
arena. Nowhere is there at least vague acceptance of the fact that S
viet advances among the Arab nations mean new threats of violent;
against the Jewish State.

JVMAT REMAINS AS a palpable suggestion is Israeli "amalguttf" ]
** toward Russia in the face of the fact that Israel has i
again begged *he West for positive gestures of friendship. These sk I
has never received: not in the Baghdad Pact arrangement: Batter]
the so-called Eisenhower Doctrine; nor in the race between Masai I
and Washington to arm the Arabs, who in turn serve honest wiriaf I
that these arms will at best be used against Israel and at worst igntj
the United States.
Having "established" the case for implied treachery in Israeli fc I
eign policy. TIME explains what it has wrought: "Israel is sentiment*
ly committed in particular to Russia's Jews, since Ben-Gurion, Mo*
Sharett and many other Israeli leaders were born in Russia." In th)
vicious statement, the magazine denies Israel and her government ut
most elemental of patriotic feeling, braces'a favorite anti-Semitic ti*
sis that Jewish loyalties are not to be trusted, and lays credence toil
previously sown charge of "ambiguity" by implying that Ben-Can* j
and Sharett feel higher responsibilities toward the Sowet l'nion-aaj
therefore, perhaps, toward Communism than those devolving opa]
them as leaders of Israel.
A general aura of deviousness, untrustworthiness and treason*!
thus generated in a few sentences leaving the government and*
people of Israel debased, and America's blue-nose suburbia chortli*.
from the TIMr -fabricated revelation that minutes later its reader? W j
has always been common knowledge.
r:
IE FACT OF course is that Russia's three million Jews rerresrti
the world': second largest Jewish community. The fact of counj
is that the Soviet Union's recently stepped-up anti-Semitic c"j*T .
against them comes as a last resort; having failed to be InW**]
the intimidation of Stalin-inspired threats that Soviet "ccOTopw*
Jewry" is a "hard core" of opposition to Communist ideology and
best succumb to the Kremlin mediocracy. Russia's Jews, like **>
throughtout history, are once again the initial target of tyrants
dictators. .j [
The fact of course is that the Red charge of cosmopolitan "^ i
core Jewry" Carters the Soviet Jewish community for its siW
o! attrition against an ideology seeking to displace the h'fP*rjJ
ciples
AttaW
les of human justice as envisioned in Jewish practice wim *"^,|
Leninism. And the fact of coarse is that Israel looks to this "-T^.,
ity and its migration needs as" an exalted example of the Jewisa ,
vow to keep her doors open to oppressed Jewrv every"*here. ^ i
But TTME has it otherwise. Far from considering Russ'asdo(rB |
advanced unit against the onslaught of Communism, it banas ^ J
following pronouncement: "The survival and peace of the ^^^'l
rael require the addition of at least 2,000.000 Jews in the near ^
This the magazine quotes as a Ben-Gurion statement last AU"T-kingi
opines TTME. when Ben-Gurion made the statement, he was *" .^mJ
the Russian Jewish community "becaose nowhere else in
are there so many Jews eager and willing to go to Israel ^
Why Russia's Jews are eager to go to Israel, the ""P" bv it |
fails to indicate. But in a final pontifical gesture, it ^rfYJ^nc*
uendo that certainly the largest Jewish community u* ^^j
does not think enough of Israel to migrate. Deliberaieiy ^
issues, in two paragraphs producing a propagandistic -ham ^ ^
their brazen wake. TIME leaves its blue-no** reader- *""{t*nHl\
hope that perhaps American Jewry will someday seem m"'Lhot?. iav
desposed toward Israel as a home than it does today a^ ^ |
plicit in its crisp statements, there is a deliberate ,hr**V j-, of Hi**J
the conservative backbone of the nation, waiting for the *
liberation IS. >tyle.


Friday, October 4, 1957

*Je*i*t)ftcridr#>n
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Louis Golding, distinguished
British Jewish author will ar-
rive in U.S. next week to un-
dertake month-long speakng
tour of major communities
throughout nation in behalf of
State of Israel Develop-
ment Bond Issue. Golding,
whose books and best-selling
novels, including "Magnolia
Street," "Five Silver Daugh-
ters" and "Mr., Emanuel,"
have been translated into 30
languages, has achieved in-
ternational recognition for his
literary interpretations of con-
temporary Jewish life and
themes.
Israel Seeks Answer to Red Kidnap Mystery
JERUSALEM(JTA)Israel of-
ficials were long on theories but
short on facts this week in their
hunt for clues as to the precise
motivation of the Russian bear in
his latest savage slap at the Jew-
ish Statethe extraordinary deten-
tion and third degree abuse of an
Israel diplomat by Soviet secret
agents.
Brushing aside all questions with
a terse "I have arrived safely, that's
all I can say," Eliahu Chazan, at-
tache of the Israel Embassy in Mos-
cow returned to Israel and was
whisked off to the Foreign Minis-
try to report the details of his or-
deal.
The Israel Government promptly
filed a protest with the Kremlin
and recalled members of the Knes-
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Hollywood Temple
In New Program
Recreational activities commit-
tee of Temple Beth Sholem, Holly-
wood, under the chairmanship of
Dr. Raymond Theodore has an-
nounced plans for a complete pro-
gram of athletic, arts and crafts
and social activities for the youth
of the Temple and the community
every Monday and Thursday begin-
ning this week.
These activities will be super-
vised by Harry Brooks, the Tem-
ple's youth activities director.
There will be no charge for the
program, Ben A. Rosenthal, presi-
dent of the Temple, explained Wed-
nesday.
The athletic program will in-
clude basketball, ping pong, volley
ball, badminton, shuffleboard and
others.
"One of the highlights of the
athletic program will be a course
in boxing given by Harry
Perskin, who was professional
boxer for 10 years," Brooks de-
clared.
The activities will be conducted
on the recently completed athletic
field of the Temple. "The finest
equipment has been installed on a
scientifically planned athletic field
with a marked out basketball court,
volley ball court, shuffleboard
court, badminton area and tether-
ball field. The playground also con-
tains swings, a jungle gym and
sandbox for the younger children,"
Brooks added. .
The playground will be lighted at
night by the latest type mercury
vapor lamps.
set Foreign Affairs Committee
from summer vacations to consider
the implications of the unprece-
dented violation of Chazan's diplo-
matic immunity.
Israel police guards around the
Sovie* Embassy in Ramat Gen,
the Tel Aviv suburb were doub-
led and mobile police units pe-
trolled the streets leading to the
Embassy, while Chaian prepared
a full report for the Foreign Min-
istry on his experiences. He told
reporters it would contain even
"more shocking details" than had
been published.
Foreign Ministry officials care-
fully refrained from speculations
as to when the Soviets would reply
to the protest and what the Israel
Government might do if the reply
was unsatisfactory or unduly de-
layed.
Alexander Abramov, the Russian
Ambassador to Israel, was under-
stood to have expressed disbelief in
the report of the kidnapping of
Chazan. The Russian Embassy an-
nounced, on the day of Chazan's re-
turn to Israel, that Abramov was
taking a "short leave." Israel news-
papers promptly asserted that he
was doing so to avoid expressing
the good wishes of the diplomatic
corps to President Ben Zvi, a tradi-
tional ceremony on the occasion of
the Jewish New Year. Because of
the absence of French Ambassador
Pierre Gilbert, now home on leave,
Abramov as next senior diplomat
would be acting as dean of the
corps and its spokesman for trie
New Year greetings.
A number of suggested impli-
cations of the Soviet breach of
diplomatic courtesies were pon-
dered in Government circles, the
principal one being the possibil-
ity that the Russians intended to
frighten Soviet Jewry which, in
a mess demonstration, expressed
its undiminished interest in Is-
rael during the recent World
Youth Festival in Moscow.
The flaw in this guess was that
there was no indication immediate-
ly of a press campaign in the Soviet
Union against Israel in connection
with the Chazan incident. A theory
voiced in London diplomatic circles
was that the Russians had hoped to
get from Chazan the names of the

Russian Jews whom the Soviets be-
lieved had organized the large
demonstration of Moscow Jews to
welcome the Israel delegation to
the Youth Festival.
Another theory was that the Cha-
zan incident was a typical Kremlin
gesture to gain additional Arab
plaudits by displaying hostility to-
ward Israel.
Chazan, who was given a short
leave to recover from his ordeal,
was named to a post in Israel. He
was appointed chief assistant in the
Foreign Ministry's Consular Divis-
ion in Jerusalem.

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Members of Lions Clubs from
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roaming the streets beginning Fri-
day in a nine-day effort to sell a
quarter million light bulbs in the
cause of sight conservation and
other community service activities.
Tom Werdebaugh, president of
the Greater Miami Lions Clubs
Assn., announced that 24 clubs will
join in the door-to-door sale.
Mike Kent, chairman of the
bulb sale for the asociation, said
the light bulbs r being offered
for sale at regular retail prices
and that Lions will not be asking
for contributions.
"All we ask is that householders
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purchases from us during the
period Oct. 4 to 12," Kent said.
Lions Clubs of the area conduct
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|)randeis Campus 1. Allen Residence
2. Rosen Residence Hall; 3. Emerman
kence Hall; 4. Danciger Residence Hall;
Ichtman Residence Hall; 6. Mailman Stu-
ICenter; 7. South Parking; 8. Slosberg
Center; 9. Administration Center*; 10.
fcit Personnel Center*; 11. Ford Hall; 12.
aan Hall; 13. Brown Terrarium; 14. Fac-
enter"; 15. Hamilton Parking; 16. Ham-
[A and B Residence Halls; 17. DeRoy
fence Hall; 18. Renfield Residence Hall;
en Residence Hall; 20. Union Building;
/oodruff Hall Administration Building;
erlin Chapel; 23. Harlan Chapel; 24.
ehem Chapel; 25. University Library; 26.
Goldfarb Library Building; 27. Rabb Gradu-
ate Center; 28. Ullman Amphitheatre; 29. Kal-
man Science Center; 30. Friedland Research
Center*; 31. Social Science Center*; 32. Olin-
sang American Civilization Center*; 33. Shift-
man Humanities Center"; 34. Men's Resi-
dence Quadrangle; 35. Student Commons
and Dining Room; 36. Schwartz Hall; 37.
Castle; 38. Buildings and Grounds Center; 39.
Stoneman Infirmary; 40. Shapiro Athletic
Center; 41. Memphis Parking; 42. Marcus
Playing Field; 43. Gordon Field; 44. Roberts
Cottage; 45. Ridgewood 20 Psychological
Counselling Center. 'Constructed by 1859.
indeis University Coming of Age
ept. 9, some 340 members of its tenth fresh-
In class arrived at Brandeis University, Walt-
pass., to begin their university education,
ere joined a week later by more than 700
fclassmen and 160 graduate students, all of
pre now settled on one of the nation's most
developing private university campuses,
caned out of the New England country-
Inine short years.
Indeis University is the harvest from an in-
lit in higher education begun a scant decade
|the American Jewish community. It reflects
postponed, the finally realized, desire of
an Jews to build a university in the tradi-
battern of American colleges and univers-
Bierein the generosity of religious denomin-
Das made possible our great educational
by creating such institutions as Harvard,
Pame. Princeton, Columbia, etc.
|thin five years of its opening in 1948, Bran-
I grown to a point where letters of applica-
fre being received from every part of the
Today, ihe university has a standing above
In in I he academic world. The most respect-
ive schools in the nation open their doors
Ideis alunini and accept Brandeis graduates
)bers of their faculties. While many of the
I never fully realize all the travail that went
i creation of the university its planning,
peering ;il| 0f them derive some benefit
P distinctive spirit of Brandeis and the uni-
enence which it offers.
| Abram L. Sachar, who has served as presi-
andeis since the university was inaugu-
rated, has said, "Every visitor who comes to the
Brandeis campus" expresses astonishment that such
a great achievement has been condensed into the
short space of the university's life. Yet, there have
been no miracles involved. The trustees, the fac-
ulty, the staff, the students, and the members of the
far-flung supporting constituency have consciously
labored to telescope decades of normal progress
into the first decade because there has been so
much both to undertake and to overtake.
"A historic responsibility long neglected pro-
vides the prod and the compulsion. This is the ex-
planation which is given with pride to the number-
less visitors who register surprise when they first
visit the campus and to the tens of thousands of
loyal friends in every part of the country who are
the basic assets in the university's portfolio."
Th. Student Body
AjIOST important to Brandeis, as to all education-
^^ al institutions of high standards, is the student
body itself. The students are of exceptional mettle
in many ways. Take, for example, the freshman
class. Two students are veterans of the Israeli
rrmy. Another is a Hungarian freedom fighter.
One is a German exchange student who came to
the university city in his high school days and so
won the hearts of the townspeople that the Walt-
ham Rotary Club underwrote a program to enable
bim to take advanced work at Brandeis. Then
there is Esther Lee Paran of Louisville. Ky. She
not only won outstanding honors in the National
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lerbert L. Seamans, former
I of the Commission on Ed-
Organization of the Na-
konference of Christians
V, has been appointed con-
distinguished leadership as a Pace Setter in philanthropy
pi his outstanding service to the State of Irael, it devel-
ol and progress" is inscription contained in hand-illum-
I scroll presented to Samuel Friedland by John N. Serbin,
aan of 1957 Combined Jewish Appeal. Nationally prom-
|civic and religious leader headed CJA initial gifts event
ng near-S 1.800,000 fund drive which set a record for
i area.
Us Dr. Seamans To Human Relations Staff
sultan! in human relations at the
University of Miami.
Announcement was made this
week by Dr. C. Doren Tharp, UM
vice president and dean of facul-
ties.
Fmpfh NaUiPC In addi,ion t0 teaching seminar
I LIIICIII MQlllCj courses, Dr. Seamans will be con-
tM Human t>Altl sultant on human relations prob-
I0r FlyMldn iCIl lems for all departments of the
meth Congregation Wed- unversity.
innounced the appointment
Ian Fein as cantor to the
lion.
f his father's direction, Can-
I received his training both
1 and America.
|itr performed with Mich
d liturgical artists m
Pinchyk, Cantor Moshe
fitsky and Cantor Leibele
n.
Fein came to Miami in
Ined the Temple Emanu-El
pd sang there for 12 years.
I 1942 to 1946, ho worked
> Miami Air Technical
fni, repairing and servic-
ter navigation watches.
past nine years, ho has
grating his own jeweler's
' Fe'n and his wife. Rose,
daughter, Mrs. Joseph Ko-
liami
Sherouse to be Speaker
Guest speaker at the luocneon
meeting of Miami Beach Lodge,
B nai B'rith, Tuesday noon, will be
Kenneth B. Sherouse, Jr., former
executive director of the Florida
Bar Assn., luncheon chairman
(.ershon S. Miller announced this
week. The luncheon is to be held
at the DiLido hotel.
CANTO* HYMAN FEIN
Form Committee to
Mark Anniversary
Continued from Page 1 A
"ieries of functions' to be held
during 1958, emphasizing "the
community of interests which
binds Arabs and Jews and Amer-
icans in the dynamic search for
peace." The new group is to be
known as the American Commit-
tee for Israel's Tenth Anniver-
sary Celebration.
Dr. Israel Goldstein, president of
the American Jewish Congress, will
serve as chairman of the commit-
tee. Nineteen vice chairmen repre-
sent every facet of organized Amer-
ican Jewish-community life. Jack
D. Weiler will serve as treasurer.
In announcing the formation of
the committee. Sen. Lehman un-
derscored that "America's security
interests are involved in the Mid-
dle East as never before," and that
America's special role in the crea-
tion of the State of Israel should
not be forgotten. "The world, es-
pecially the Western world, has a
deep spiritual as well as temporal
reason to take appropriate notice
of this loth anniversary of the re-
birth of this ancient state, whose
roots are common with those of
western civilization itself. As the
Land of the Bible was the cradle
of the spiritual heritage of all of
us, it is today the foothold and the
focus of the forces of freedom
and democracy in the Middle East."
Art, Musk Room New
Feature of Main Library
The Art and Music Library of
the Miami Public Library opened
in its own room on the second
floor of the main library, One
Biscayne blvd., Monday.
The library includes reference
art and music books, records for
both circulation and listening, and
a picture collection, as well as
films which have been on loan by
the Community Relations Depart-
ment. Tapes of music will also be
circulated. The are books include
many that are rare and out of
print.
The record collection, which has
circulated. The art books include
Main Library, includes a wide cov-
erage of classical records from
Bach to Bartok, hi-fi test and lang-
uage records, documentaries,
plays and poetry, jazz of all types,
and musical shows.
The films will be loaned to or-
ganizations for a one-day period
and are 16 mm. with sound. While
the emphasis is on turns about
Florida, the collection also in-
cludes fairy tales, religious, travel
and documentary films.
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MIf.rOV FRIED*! \\
Industrialist Krupp's Visit Here is Change in US />0fc
HE VISIT TO the United Stales by
Washington
Alfred Krupp mdi-
>t net ions against convicted Nan war criminals
Krupp. owner of a billion-dollar German indu
organization, received a visitors visa from the American
i nsul in Dusseldorf last month He had previously been
considered ineligible for admission rt> this country be-
cause of his conviction at Nuremberg b> a IS. court in
1!M7
The court found Krupp guilty of exploiting and abu*-
labor, including Jews He was also convicted of
looting Nazi-occupied countries He was sentenced I
years imprisonment
But German industrialists persuaded American f mar-
ts to intercede on Krupp s behalf He was freed pre-
lard) r.ier of then High I
McCloy Properties were returned to Krupp by Mc
I I I Mil SAEPETER
The West German Government helped by generous tax
write-offs. Todav. Krupp is the wealthiest man in Europe.
Krupp will flv to San Francisco to take part in an in-
ternational industrial development conference beginning
Oct U The conference is an invitation meeting of lead-
ing buines>men of many nations. It is under the gen-
eral chairmanship of Henry R Luce, editor of the Time
and Life publications. *
A review of the 1947 IS court record shows that
Krupp joined the Nan party even before his father who
pubhclv boasted of his support of Adolf Hitler. In recog-
nition of Krupp s services. Hitler allowed the Krupp indus-
trial properties to become a virtual family empire within
the Third Reich Alfred Krupp. with approval of the Nazi
Tiand. became chairman of the board.
An estimated 100.000 person* were exploited as slave
laborers b\ Krupp. In 1944 he obtained 500 young Hun-
-ough the Nazi apparatus. He put
them to work under inhuman conditi.
er. and starved. The girls were awakened. *"*
and marched more than -
Huleh Lake Expected in Disappearing Trick
WITHIN A FEW weeks unless the I
early there will be one lake less on the map of
Lake Huleh M -roundir-s swamps
ce.,- s) when the la? the main canal drain-
-nulated waters to the River Jordan is conv
- \ weeks It the raias atari early, a
ted waters will be replaced by the rain
.ppear am eat

-*e! Government and the Keren Kayemeth
-un Huleh Lake and the swamps, they had
n mind. First, they would gain about 63.000
e agricultural land together -.od
er for ungatioa. Second, the waters which
-amps and evaporated in the summer, could
l -anneled. stored :n reservoirs and utilized
tber parts of the country Third, while m-
cs and other measures brought
-er control years ago. only the total
r :: the mosquito breeding places could assure.
the complete elimination of the disease
A exploit the rich abundant la>ers
.vat which be beneath the swamps and which are ae-
- tne draining operations. Peat is created
he accumulation, during the centuries, of rotting
-. be u>ed both as a fertilizer and as a
- ..el
The onginal idea i? to extract the peat and use .t
DAVID SCHWARTZ
for either or both purposes However, when the work on
the Huleh irrigation project began, a new idea came up:
why not leave the peat where it is. and use it a> super-
fertile top soil for intensive agricultural cultivation. After
some initial experimentation, the idea proved a very 8 one and it was decided to devote the entire former swamp
area to peat-agriculture.
- however, required some basic changes in the
ievelopment planning. Initially the plan was to
. ldual settlements and fanr.s oa the reclaim-
ed area and distribute the land among the settlers. But
peat farming requires special technical arrangements that
demand centralized, unified cultivation.
lr. normal soil agriculture, the direction of the move-
ment of water is roughly vertical: the rain falls. i> soaked
he *oil and is siphoned up again by the roots. In peat
agriculture the movement of the water is both horizontal
and vertical The peat is a very porous substance: lrriga-
eanals are dug at certain distances along the fields,
water fills in and the water moves horizontally over the
entire subsurface of the respective field at the same level
as the level of the water in the adjacent canal
To maintain this system, the water levels in the canals
have to be pre-planned acordmg to the type of plant grown
and the water level must be raised or lowered in a coor-
dinated way In view of this, large farming units are re-
quired and therefore it was decided not to break up the
reclaimed lands into individual small and medium farms
but to cultivate the entire area as one huge farming unit-
Baruch Offers Testimonial to Yom Kippur
g = ?sa:> BAt-CH rjbhshed autobao-
- poor a wonderful lestimor
ireer be was heavily miohed in
Auaigaaaated Copper speculaoou- Just at a moment of
* Kippur came oa aad his mother asked hir
. j from the office for the one day A dutiful sob.
he stay* Asa result, aadamd of betsg wiped oat.
as he would hare heea had he gone u> the office aad done
Mr. Baruch shows that ;t pays y -n Kippur is sup-
posed to be a spiritual stocktaking day On that day we
are presumed to intensify our bond with God but. I sup-
pose, a wianetimtj branches off into slocks and bond- of
aaothir kind
Mr Baruch book, which has hit the best seller list,
should send many aoaobrcrvam Jews back to
Yom Kippur. Perhaps. non-Jews too I
tha
teacher of our school, a non-
jt day just to hear Kol Nidre.
1IERRERT 4i. IJFT
barj .. Mi a
he profited to the extent of 1700 JM I was a school boy.
a Easy Street. Jew. tame to the
i eajay the fast oa Yarn Eapaur but jaaaJaau are I ung to appreciate our wonderful
anststutaons A aaarremas sags of the times was the visit
of Chief Justice Earl Warren aad former President Truman
--------------------------------------------------------------- to the Jewish Theological Seminary last week The Chief
Jsuce of the United State* came down to "learn a> we
Benny Back in Flicks s^t^Il^^
Jewish kis-
to burn
- the greatest
JACK BENNY currently makmg has &nt aaotaaa picture >* eartk cwaars to a Jewish iastatutoa to sit down
** appearance in 13 years, a* the
taosa. clowns with Duraowe. aa
W>eraphy of Jimmy Walker. Ever
fated bmw. "The Horn Blow* at
keeps oa nbhiatg as a
radio show. Beamy lumnfaBj
the tribal at mar of the narmi The
sharing the tun tut year has
of actmty. mikuwg hat Las V.
s Rumanian Attitude Toward Jews Scrub'
marcneu more man a mile t<, WOrk i Z **!
Brig. Gen. Telford Taylor, chief US W '*
ecutor. wrote a oeianed persona
Gen. Taylor said "as the tribunal
crated with the Nazi Government's i
not reluctantly or under dares; but wiliini :
abuse of slave labor was no mere
like I. G. Farben. undertook the
near the Auschwitz concentrator
expectation of using the inmate-
by the powerful
here the Chart Justice
to a
the Tasm a
zJMOor even several
woald tell of the
consenting ,,,,;
construction o| ,*]
camp, with tie i
in June 1944, at a meeting attended by Alfred?'''
was decided to explore the i---lhilities of
'prisoners and convicts' at Krupp Geiseakdai
gotiations to this end were carried on with the
tion camp near Geisenheim
The U.S. court obtained a description
and three other Nazi industrialist- plotted to loatJ_
countries in 1940: ". the four -n talked eirikwl
with great intensity They pointed fingers tonnaT
on the map indicating village* and factories. On]
'this is yours that one is yours that one wt*i|
arrested' they resembled, as he witness 1
it. vultures gathered around their r-
Krupp systematically stole machinery froai
occupied France. Belgium, and H Hand One pluti
stripped it required 21 freight car- to haul theko
sen for the enlargement of the Krupp propertial
Today, however. Krupp i- Icoaai \t
States to help plan international industrial "
Lord Russell, chief legal ad' iser to the I
Commander in Chief on German ar nines.
US Government's attitude "astonishing." In vmf
notorious Krupp record. Lord Ru--'',; describedtaj
ican handling of the whole Krupp rehabilitation 1
disgraceful."
OV THE BOOKSIIEUl
Gallery of Portraits
TWO GENERATIONS IN PERSPECTIVE: Notawl
and Trends 1 wM-19S6. Edited by Harry Sell
4M pa. New York: Monde Pubiitbm. Inc. I
edition 15.00. Delune edition SIS.00.
FOB JEWS THE world over, the past 60 years ka]
the most eventful, the most tragic and -iti
spects the most hopeful. Tu I .eneratioas a I
tive.'" edited by Harry Schneiderman. is a ooeah
ord aad evaluation of those years
Such leading figures as Itzhak Ben Zvi. |
Israel: Dr. Louis Finkelstein. chancellor of taij
Theological Seminary of America Nahum Gok
ident of the World Zionist Organization and Jetny
for Palestine and president of the World Jewish f
^erett R Clinchy. president oftht National C"'
Christians aad Jews; Sototnon GrayieL not
Charles H. Silver, president of the Board of I
New York City: dunning H T chainnaaif!
tional Assn. for the Advancerre- '" I
Louis E Levinthal. former prt "? 0"J
iza'ion of America: Pierre van Paas^n nVr'1"*
I nitanan minister: and Abraham Granott pnafjl
Jewish National Fund, have contributed caajj
historical renews of the past sis decades, a aaaj
evaluations of the preseat-day ar' future pWt
in the United States, Israel, and ther part* oftai
From the days of the po. ant r
Dreyfus* affair, the buth of orgamjed Zwa.j
miss influx of Jewish immigra-' the IrJtet*
through the Nazi holocaust and the taNLHj
State of Israel, up to the pre>e" -^ *,in"j
problems confronting the Jewish people .
Uons in Perspective" covers all pha*> of *
six eventful decades just passed
The volume is divided int. s i parts. covmj
lowing major aspects of Jewr> Backgrai
Religious Developments, la the Jei
Home aad Abroad: In the General Community
Dr Israel Goldstein, to whom the ^V'UB*^1' .
in honor of whose Bath aazuversan it m(hw
^ fmally. a t***^*^**^ ^aajl
extensive excerpt* from his addres.-es ana -^
Harry .cka>tderaian the book j *ut**,^1
the Aaaericaa Jewmk Year Book from 191'
is coabtar of -Wfcos B1 in World Jm7
. msafl
caaaO*.
haawrd frve years aco aauf aay rt the partt^
a matter their childreu are aow m ^V^jT^t'
reached a poant where faaim ^V^.r'
ISOjOBO of them supported by t"^*^.
Jews in the Uurted SUtes aad other
tea witk the B*
^thepareau
not heea permitted to leave Rumania rf|
-ofconceratoj^i
aaader of i i > ^""^Liks^
Israel ParUa-uewt. who m cwrrenUJ *


vtober 4. 1957
Jewishncrtdiam
JGAL NOTICE
trtTiNTY JUOQES' COURT
1F0PI BADE COUNTY,
LlDA, IN PROBATE
NO. 41455-A
stair of
E Kb'BBL
fef TO CREDITORS
1,1,0,!. ..nd All Persons Hay-
, Demand! Against bald
Lflvbv notified and requlr.
Lm biiv claims and demand*
Imas have asainst the es-
|S \ Kl KEI. deceased lute
Cut)'. Torlda, V ""nd"'^!;
i, Imde County, ana me
|_ lh,.i, offices In the Coun-
I i,,.i. County, Fior-
eight calendar months
b.,,, ,,i the first publication
fr!- same will be" bari
A, t; SlNOER, Executrix
K IIKKI.N, Any.
man.
I ; i iilu.
EoUNTY JUDGES' COURT
FOR DADE COUNTY.
IriDA. IN KRObAI E
No. 4.653-A
tpPEARL FRENCH
let TO CREDITORS
hUori) mid All Persons Hav-
, Demand* Against Said
here
rut at
ma)
khV
hi
pity
ii,.
Bnt)
lorlil.
f.c
be.
by notified and requlr.
it claims and demands
have against the es-
li. Mil. FRENCH de-
i>...!- County, Florida,
of l>ade I'ouu-
in their offices
Courthouse in Dude
i. uitnln eight cal.-n-
in ill.- date of the first
.,,;. ,,. the same will
tTII IhiI'ULAS, Executrix
fcv i: i: \ Aity.
> 1 si Ti I
ll ...;i.i i
kE BY PUBLICATION
fclRCU'T COURT OF THE
frl JUD CiAL CIRCUIT OF
IN AND FOR DADE
IN CHANCERY, No. MM*
BAUa
p
Im.KV i'i.M'S
liT FOR DIVORCE
HANl.KV GAU8
I
l.i-l I. Ki i ill '
[ led that a Bill
Ulll t M I'iVolce has lif. II
are i II Answer OC
tne Mil of I omplaint on
Is AI STREET
p/.i' and 'i it,.' original
line in iii. office of
|ii the el -urt on or
i..... t>i tober, 1M7.
I.. .1" no, judgment by de-
[ be taken ax ilnat you for
. demanded in the Bill of
b>'D ORDERED at Miami,
I day of rlnptomber.
B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
tiurt, Dade County. Florida.
Bj I. A. i-1.BARE,
Deputy Clerk.
GREENFIELD
Dor I'l.uiiilff
p'ii, Florida
LEGAL NOTICE
Page 11 A
NOTICE UNDER
FACTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTTC*! IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
1 "-mess under the fictitious name of
A. A. Ooltsman Bros, and A. A. Oolta-
nian Brothers at nil N.E. 7;.th Stie.-t
Miami Inten Is to register said name
with the Clerk of the Ocult Court
of Dade County, Florida.
EASTERN VAN LINES, INC.
KOVXKR MANMIliA,!.,.
Atto neys for Eastern Van Unas. Ino
10/4-11-18-25
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS-NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deelring to engage in
bUVlneai under the fictitious name of
Tin; ii iv CHEST at agol Collins
Avenue, Miami Beach intends to re*.
ister said name with the Clerk i>f the
Cl cult Court of Dade Count v. Fan-
Ida.
MARK F. UPTON
0RAY8ON LIPTon
Attorneys for Applicant
94(1 Lincoln llt.au, .Miami Beach
10/4-11-18-25
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CilVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
F.VEItEADY SALES ,v SERVICE Si
214 5th Street, Miami Beach Intends
to register sai.l name with the Clerk
Of the Circuit Court of Dude County,
Florida.
TV ItKNTAL AND SALES CORP.
a Florida Corp.
HARRY A. GORDON
Atti.iney for Applicant
740 71et Street, Miami Beach
10/4-11-18-25
OF THE
;uit OF
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
fH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT OF
IN AND FOR DADE
IN CHANCERY No. 206*20
>KFM.\.\
HOFFMAN
laid.
C BY PUBLICATION
|Ai'i. Huffman
V'-i 7ih Street
JlMi. x. Vork
I1'- HEREBY Kl-Xjl'IRKD to
'.' ol 1 in Answei or I'lead-
I'l.uiii .it a i omplaint for
the I'l.iintifrs Attorneys,
JUr-NET, un Uncoln Road.
I i and file the
Wej in the Office of the
I I Court on or be.
' I9.VT, otherwise the
| Wl.l be taken as confessed
this Jnth day f Scptem-
ll!- I'EATHBRMAN, Clerk.
"". Ii..,le County. Florida.
B> I. .A. CUE ARK,
Deputy Cierk.
rC'R^V'TC0URT OF THE
FH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT OF
. 'N AND FOR DADE
|.H-i?,A!SS5fv No- ****
feVRV KHtSCHBAUM
lei, ,, T0 DEFEND
t' .,' >>K\ KIKSiHKACM.
!, Ml Si,,,.,
New Vork
1 II l' thai a Bill of
lu .'"V'.'" hM '"" ,l1'-1
[' -l I'll HENRY KIK-
I baraby re-
"Py of your answer
"I on plaintiffs
1.. '......Iglnal answer
1 in k of th.
Vault'"' 'v
l, "' taken as confessed
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRC
FLORIDA .IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 205898
Hi-axn: MOTLEY
Plate tU(
vs.
FRED ELLIOT MOTLEY
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
T.O: FREI> BLLIOT MOTLEY
74S Hemstead Place
Charlotte, North Carolina
YOF ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
and rerrnlred to sei Vs a copy of your
Answer or other pleHiling to the Bill
oi Complain! tor Divorce filed against
you hv JO-ANN MOTLEY, in the
above styled cans,., upon Joseph w.
MAI.EK. ."..")ii Lincoln Road, Miami
Beaoh, norida, and file the original
thereof in the office of the Clerk
of the above styled C .urt 0B or be-
fore tile 7th da) of N'oVellllier. 1!G7,
otherwise the allegations of saiil Bill
will lie tahen as confessed by you
DATED this 30th day Of Septem-
ber, 1M7.
E B. LBATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida,
is.an By R, ll RICE, JR.,
Daputy Clerk.
10/4-11-1R-25
I,
I
B, V
F
H
I
l''.-.7.
' ^JHERMAN, Clerk,
,"'' i > 111.' Florida
' A. I'M \|.
ft mt]
CERTIFICATF O^ CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF
FL0R:DA
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRES-
ENTS SHALL COME, ORBBTINOS:
Whereas, l.Eo.N KAPLAN, MIAMI,
FLORIDA; LEON A EPSTEIN, MI-
AMI. KIX1RIDA: EUGENE C. IIEI-
M-AN. MIAMI, 1-UtRlDA dirt on the
7th day of December, A.D. ItSti cause
to he Incorporated under the provisions
of Chapter (08, Horida Statutes, RO-
ZBL CORP., a corporation, with Its
principal place of business at MIAMI.
DADE COl'NTY, in the Slate of Flor-
ida, and whereas the stockholders of
such corporation did <>n the 27th day
oi September. A.D. 1H.'.7, cause to be
filed in the office of the Secretary of
State Of the State of Florida, a Con-
sent of all the stockholders under the
provisions of said Chapter BOB, Florida
Statutes, showing the dissolution of
such corporation.
Now, therefore, the Secretary of
State does liei ab) certify to the fore-
going and that he Is satisfied that the
requirements of law have been com.
Idled with.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
hereunto eel m) hand and have
alflxed the (Sreat Seal of the
state of Florida, at Tallahassee,
th' Capital, f Is the TWENTY-
SEVENTH day of SEPTEMBER,
AH. 1.".7.
is.,,1, ^R. A. DRAY,
Secretary of. State
I__________________;_____________,_____________
CERT,F CAT* OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA
TO ALL T" WHOM TMESES PRES-
ENTS SHALL COME ORHBT1NOS:
Whereas. MARK SI I .V IIKSTEIN.
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA; SHIR-
LEY I. l.INET, MIAMI BEACH,
FLORIDA; Mol l.li: KR1CHEV, MI-
AMI BEACH, FLORIDA did on the
2Mb d:o or March, AD. 1MI cause
to be iiie.irpi.taleil under the I
loiia of Chapter (OS, Florida Bfstntaa,
HLUE Ot'BAN NORTH SHORE.
IMC a ...p. ration, with Its princi-
pal place of business at MIAMI
BEACH. DADE COUNTY, In the
1st;.....,f Foiida. and whereas the
I prop..,- offteera f such oorporatlon
.d.d on th- l'o ii day" of Beptwnber,
A 1> 1*61 i-aiis.. to 1"' filed in the
office of th Beeretar) of 8Ute of the
Slat, of norida, n duly authenticated
ion adopted by "the stockhold-
ers under the provisions of said Chan-
i | showing the
dissolution of sin II co, pol'atioii.
Now, therefore, n.
St ,.,. ,i.,,.. he h) .lllfV tO ti''
olni an.I that he Is ssllsfled that the
re.piii. in, nt> ol laa have baea oom-
IN W'TNBRS WHERE! >F, I
in% hand and have
S al of the
. of Florida, al T
ih day of
iteenber, AD. U0T,
(seal) v OR*T,
Baoratan bf Bute
LEGAL NOTICE
IN TANr.C^JY JUDQES- COURT
FLOB^rv0 ,^0R DADE COUNTY.
^'eVatbof* No' 41&44
LOUTS itorss
I >tM.;istHt
T Aiir>!?T!PE T0 "EDITORS
7,", ,-\ Vr<''","rs and A" Persons Hav-
EMate" r D,mann" Against Said
You, anil each of you are hereby no.
",Tm ana, '"lulred to present any
alms and demands whl.-li you. or
^.'.7 >1ou',m>- have affclnat the
est.t.. ol Louis Roiis. deceased late
of DadO County, Florida. tO the Hotl-
orah.e ( oiiiuv Jdg.H of Dade (ountv
and tile the same In their office* In the
i ountv roiirthutme In Lade County,
lorl,la within eight calendar months
[rom the date of the first publication
hereof. s.,i.i Halms or demands to
contain life local ,.....real of the claim-
ant and to lit- sworn to and or. sen ted
as aforesaid, or name will be haired
Bee Section 7U.1I of the 19i; Probate
Act.
Date September, A.D. 1!.:,;
. AlioLI'H HACPT
I Administrator of the Estate of
MARXM. FABER18*00881*0"-*
1611 Concraai Building
Miami, Florida
Attorney far Administrator
l/il-tO-27, in'4
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ,f
TAMIAMI COFFEE SHOP at 2K W
Flakier Street, Miami, Intend to reg.
later said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, norida.
LARK IN WILLIS
__...... FANNIE WILLIS
KESSLER & OARS
Attorneys for Applicants
199S S.W. 1st St., Miami, Fla.
J/20-27, 10/4-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 41628-B
In Re: ESTATE OF
HY.MAN GOF8EYEFF, also known as
HYMAN OOFF
I'creased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ami All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, and each of you are herebv
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have again.-1 t <
estate of HYMAN I ;ol'S E V EFF, also
known as HYMAN OOFF .i.....aaed
late of Dade County. Florida, to the
Honorable County .Indues of Dade
County, and file the ante in their of-
fices In the county Courthouse In Dade
County, Florida, within eight calendar
lm.nth- from the date of the first pub-
lication hereof. Bald claims 01 de-
mands to contain th.- legal address .f
the claimant and to be sworn to and
piesenled .is aforesaid, or same will he
barred. Bee Section 73S.M of the laio
Probate Act.
l>Hte September iJ. A.D, 1957.
GILBERT GROSS, As Administra-
tor of the Estate of HYMAN OOF-
b'EYEFF, also known as HYMAN
OOFF, Deceased.
MARX M. FABBR
1011 Coaareaa Bid*-., Miami, Ha.
9/20-27, 10/4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
DEAUVILLE CHILDREN'S shop at
Deauvllle Hotel, K7th and Collins Ave..
Miami Beach, l-lorida, intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Hade i "ountv, Florida.
METER DATAN
RAY DAY AN
GRAYSON and UPTON
Attorneys for Meyer Dayan and
Ray Dayan
9/13-20-27. 10/4
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
I BG8 I'XLIMITED at ISO Northeast
7r,th Street Miami, Florida Intend to
register said name wlili the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
DATED at Miami. Florida, this 12th
day of July, 19.>7.
BAUL HERMAN
LOU BERMAN
Partners.
DANIEL NEAL HELLER
Attorney for Applicants
9/27, IK/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY. GIVEN thai
the undersigned, deslrlnc to etigane in
business under the fictitious name of
BENDIX LAUNDBRLAND at HIM
S.W. Mh Street. Miami. Horlda, in-
teUdl tO nci-lel said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Made
County, norida.
JBANETTE B FI8HMAN
EHR1CH A ZUCKERMAN
mm Blscayne Bide;., Miami II Fla.
Attorneys for Jeaaette 8. Fiahmaa
r, to i-ii
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREKt GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business iiiuler the fictitious name ol
TR M'i:i;T .v HOBFFBR at 9;:2 l.ln-
OOln Road, Miami Beach. Horlda. In-
tends to register *ald name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Daoe
'"""> ""XlA-N -TTl.ER
51 North Shore Drive.
Miami Beaoh, Florida
KATZ AND ROSEN
Attorney! for Alan Cutler
l,, Lincoln R'l Miami Beach, Fla.
I M 17, 10/4-11 ______
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERF.BY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
OROSVENOR IIOl'SE at 1940 Bay
I nive, Miami Heach, Fla., Intends to
i.gister said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
BERNARD NEWMAN
OERTIU-DE NEWMAN
9/27, 10/4-11.18
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MITCHELL AIR CONDITIONING
SERVICE at 740 N.W. 2.1th Street, Mi-
ami intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
C. V. MITCHELL, Sole Owner
KESSLER K OARS
attorney! for Applicant
10*1 S.W. 1st St., Miami, Fla.
9/20-27. 10/4-11 ----
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 205188
MORRIS GOLDBERG,
Plaintiff
vs.
LILLIAN B. GOLDBERG.
Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: LILLIAN B. GOLDBERG
8.V12 Winaford
I.sis Angeles 4',, California
YOTJ ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
seiie a Copy of your Answer to the
Complaint for Divorce filed against
you on Plaintiff's attorney. ABRA-
HAM I. i:\INSi iN,*r,63 West n.iglcr
Street. Miami, Florida, and to file the
original thereof with the Clerk of the
above named Court on or before the
11 th day of October. 19.'.7. otherwise a
Decree Pro Confesso will he enlcied
against you.
Dated this 9th day of September,
19..7.
E. B. LBATHERMAN, Clerk
(seal) of the Circuit Court
By JOAN 8NEEDEN,
Daputy Clerk.
9/13-20-27, 10/4
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
_*'Jenlst rierkUairi,
solicits your legal notJcas.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee)
accurate service at legal
rates .
Phone FR 4-4366
lor measenger serrice
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
In Re: ESTATE OF
ISABELLA BROOKS
1 I. ceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claim! or Demands Against Said
Estate:
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 41453
Yiiii, and each of you are lu rehy no
tit cl and required to pri tent any
claims and demands which you. or
either of you, may hi Iml the
isi;......f ISABELLA Bit1 'I >K8 dei eas-
ed late nf Dad.- County, Florida, to the
Countv judges of Dade County, and
file the same in their office! in the
County Courthouse in Dade Countv,
Florida, within eight calendar -in.nth;
from the date of the first piiOllratlon
or the same will be bar i i.
WILLIAM E BROOKS
ETHEL I RODGER
As Executor! of the Leal will and
Testament of Isabella Brooks,
I ... i
MYERS, HEIMAN .v KAPLAN
Attorney! for Bxecutoi .-
1160 Southwest 1st Street
Miami, Florida
10-17, I" 4
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 37935
RE: ESTATE OF
ABKAII \\1 IsCiiLER, a/k/a
ABE Kl'OLER
I >,-ceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that I have
filed my final report and petition for
Final Discharge at Executor of theO
sal ite of ABRAHAM KUGLER, a/k/a
A HE K'I'tiLEK deceased; and that on
the 2ist day of October, i9.",7. win ap-
ply to the Honorable County Judge of
Dade County, Florida, for ap'.rnv.i' .if
said final report and for final dis-
charge as Executor of the Estate of
ABRAHAM KUGLER, a/k/a ABE
Kl'OLER, deceased.
This 23rd day of July, 19.17.
LED KL'GI.ER
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Executor.
9/13-20-27. 10/4
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the iiii.li i -igne.l. dealt Ini to em
I,,, i;. HtloU name ol
Phils SUNDRIES at TL'-.'t; Blscayne
HlVfl int. nils to reg-
ime with the Clerk of the
Circuit Dade Count |
PHILIP i: SILVERSTELV
i in. l-ll-U-.j
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engag. in
business under the fictitious name of
SELBYS at ISI Miracle Mile, Coral
Gables. Florida Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court oi Dade County, Florida
NATHAN W, WINOKUR,
Sole I lw ner
PALLOT, SILVER K MCI.I.i iY
Attornevs lm N.uh.in \\ Winokur
9/20-27, Hi/4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
'he undersigned, desiring to engage In
busineea under the fictitious name ol
THE FAMILY DEPARTMENT STORE
I N.W 7th St.. Miami, Florida
Intend! tO register said name with the
Clerk of th.- Circuit Court of Dad.
Count-, Florida.
THE FAMILY DEPARTMENT
STORE, INC., a Fla. Corp.
MARSHALL CHERN
1/ 13-10.17. 10/4
Attorney for Applicant %
!. IS-tO-ST, 10/4
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 41488
In Re: ESTATE OF
SAMUEL Al.oNZO HTLB
I I. I .1 Sei
To All Creditor! and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Bsta te:
You. and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either ot you, may have against the
Of SAMUEL ALONZti HYLE
ed late of Dade County, Florida,
to the Honorable County Judges of
Dade County, and file the same In his
office in the County I'ourthouse in
Dade County, hlorida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to he sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will he barred.
Date September 11, A.D. 1M7.
Mildred Pauline Hyle Huddlestnn
As Executrix of the I-ast Will and
Testament ..f SAMUEL ALuNZO
hyle. Deceased.
Ell Bieg.-i a- Harvey .1. St. Jean
Attornevs for Executrix
S0 Lincoln Rd Miami Beach, Fla.
9. i::-2il-27, 10/4
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
s under the fictitious namea of
Reliance Realty A [trokers;
and Reliance Realty A Investment
Brokers; and Reliance Realty & Mort-
aase Brokers; and Reliance Real Ba-
tate; and Reliance BuslnaM Brokers
at lL'n S.W. |7th Avenue. Miami. Flor-
ida Intend! to register said nan .
the Clerk of the CluUit Court of Dad*
County, Florida
HERBERT BRAUN,
i:. | Ri al Estate Bi oker
KESSLER A- CARS
Attorney! for Applicants
1998 s W. lal Street
I 13-20-17, lu/4
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 205575
.1. I8E A. NOGUERI ILA
Plaintiff
vs.
ESTER Ni tGUBRI il.A
Def< ndant
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
YOU. ESTER NOOUEROLA, 79-17
2xth STREET. FLORAL PARK.
SLEN OAKS, NEW YORK, are re-
quired to file your answer to the Com-
plaint for Divorce, of the above, Court
mil erve I copy thereof upon GINO
P nei;retti. Attorney. 1109 Pacific
Building. Miami. Florida, on or hefore
October n, IM7 or else complaint will
be taken as confessed.
Dated. September 20, 1!T,7.
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Section B
iploying Physkaps' Good Business
\d B'nai B'rith Trying to Prove It
fcr see a blind man tap his
Mauler st. with rr-d-
fcd cane in hand? Or an am-
stnding on an artificial
^e arc common sights,
jly common is the feeling of
ine carries for such handi-
\(\ persons minutes after
have ili-appeared from view.
i lonely they aeem," you say
lurself. rising in your own
that you can experience
|a sympathetic reaction.
fell, fact of the matter it
J most handicapped person*
|d se* you straight on tha
of the moment if they
your thought*. They do
want pity; they don't need
lefty.
it handicaps will tell your
\ me a chance to earn my liv-
. just like others do. I can
| as well as others and
better. Just let me prove
tens of thousands of em-
[Fannie E. Lorber, presi-
of Jewish National
for Asthmatic Chil-
I at Denver, is being hon-
lcr her 50 consecutive
as JNHAC president.
I was presented with a
lond lavalier at golden
Jversary convention of
pal Home Auxiliaries.
ted Speakers
ted Saturday
>h A Richards, noted busi-
nd public relations executive,
>eak at Temple Judea's Yom
services Saturday in behalf
[Stale of Israel Housing Bond
pgn.
forth Dade Jewish Center.
U- S. Sen. Claude Pepper
guest speaker.
W Henry Okolica, North
spiritual leader, and Mor-
P_ofelbaum, president, said
{th* Center has a quote of
housing unit*.
Per. who has a distinguished
I m the Democratic adminis-
s of the late Franklin Delano
*<'". will appear at 4 p.m. in
nsion of Israel's current hous-
Mi,
Fi-ds. who will speak at
e Judea at 4:30 p.m., is a
er of the National Adminis-
Council of the Zionist Or-
ition of America, and func-
fctively on its national UJA
onomic committees. Richards
*n recognition in Jewish
_ for his service as chairman
F*1 investments for the Long
re8ion of the ZOA.
plovers across the nation are do-
-tng.just thatletting the handi-
capped prove themselves at jobs
they believed the incapacitated
could never handle. The last war
has done a lot to sensitize employ-
ers to the needs of the handi-
capped.
But people injured in accidents
or maimed as a result of illness
are fortunate heirs to a readjust-
ment in this kind of thinking. In
turn, our nation's communities
are increasingly seeing a pleasant
sight: the return of self-esteem
to the handicapped because, not
pitied but understood in relation
to their particular incapacities,
they hold down fine jobs of many
varieties and because they are
moving out of the category of
public charges and taking their
rightful place as productive
American citizens citizens who
only at second thought have a
physical handicap.
In line with this thinking,
B'nei B'rith District 5 at its last
convention on Miami Beach de-
termined -to set aside the week
of Oct. 6 to 12 as Employ the
Physically Handicaooed Week.
To be a pilot project, national
B'nai B'rith may very well
adopt the program if it proves
successful, according to District
5 President E. Albert Pallot.

During Miami's cerebration of
the event an outstanding employ-
er and an outstanding handicap-
ped employee will be presented
with an award from South Flor-
ida B'nai B'rith over local tele-
vision proceedings.
District chairman Leo Axelrod,
pioneer in Employ the Physically
Handicapped ^activity and recipi-
ent of Presifential ^citations for
this work, Vfednesrlay said that
Selective Placement Service of
the Florida State Employment
Service is waiting for calls of
prospective employers. FR 4-5392
is the number where a listing of
employees is available and
where some excellent workmen
are hoping for the opportunity to
prove themselves.
initial Phase of Holy Day
Bond Appeal Seen Success
Greater Miami Jewry responded
en masse to the High Holy Day
drive now in progress to sell
enough Israel Housing Bonds to
meet the area's quote of 150 hous-
ing units, Jacob Sher, chairman of
the Greater Miami committee for
State of Israel Bonds, revealed
Wednesday.
Three local synagogues conduct-
ed Rosh Hashona appeals. Torah
Temple purchased more than three
times its quota, spiritual leader
Rabbi Abraham Cassel reported to
Sher.
"Some 400 people bought
$40,000 worth of Israel Housing
Bonds, although our quota was
only six housing units," Rabbi
Cassel said. Last year Torah
Temple purchased $15,000 worth
of Israel Bonds.
At Hialeah-Miami Springs, Rabbi
Leo Heim and president Nathan
Becker reported an increase in
Housing Bond sales for Israel as
more than doubling last year's rec-
ord of $3,400. Hialeah's present
figure is $6,400.
At Temple B'nai Sholom, Rev.
Sheldon Edwards and Gerald
Greenfield, president, reported to
Sher that despite its small size the
Temple rallied to meet its quota
of two housing units at Rosh
Hashona services.
As guest speaker during the
service*, Leo Lania, foreign cor-
respondent and Mideast expert,
was televised over WTVJ cam-
eras.
Some of the Greater Miami resi-
dents who have become "Builders
of Israel" by purchasing one $3,000
housing unit bond for Israel, or
more, include: Samuel Gross, Jacob
Sklar. Mrs. Abraham Cassel, Arthur
Block, Max Greenberg, Isadore
Parson, David Platt, Jacob Rifkin,
William Bornstein and Samuel
Reinliard and sons.
Israel must build 30.000 housing
units this year, at a total cost of
some $90,000,000," Sher announc-
ed. "Israel Bonds must provide a
major share of these funds. The
success of Greater Miami's current
effort for Israel Bonds will be of
immeasurable importance to the
future of Israel and of those who
are flocking to her shores."
Last year, 15 synagogues in this
area sold almost $200,000 in Israel
Bond. "This year, the need is far
greater, with Israel facing an influx
of more than 150,000 immigrants
who must have a place to live be-
fore they can become integrated
into the economy of the new land,"
Sher concluded.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Palmer (left) host Israel youth lead-
er Daniel Brisker at cocktails in their Coral Gables home. Rab-
bi Shmaryahu Swirsky, Beth El spiritual leader, looks on. Pal-
mer, Beth El's president, and Mrs. Palmer threw party as pre-
lude to talk by educator Brisker, who is here in behalf of High
Holy Day Israel Housing Bond drive.
Left to right ar1? Mrs. David H. Gateman, Mrs. Charles Rosen-
feld, Mrs. Sol Rovin and Mrs. Samuel H. Bloch at Temple Ju-
dea Sisterhood meeting in home of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Bas-
kin to plan collection and selling campaign conducted by Wo-
men's division. State ol Israel bonds.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Reinhard, one of first pmchasers in
community of High Holiday Israel Housing Bonds, point out to
Rabbi Isaac L Swift housing unit which their $3,000 bond pur-
chased. Rabbi Swift spoke here in Miami on behalf of drive
to help Greater Miami meet a quota of 150 housing units at
Crown hotel last Monday.
* *
Gird for Yom Kippur Housing Push
JUDAH HCHAKDS
While three synagogues in the
Greater Miami area last week re-
sponded to the call for an Lsrael
Housing Bond drive during the
High Holy Days, Yom Kippur has
been set as the principal target
during which Miami was expected
to fulfill its quota.
The following are the synagogues
participating in the drive during
Yom Kippur services:
Temple Beth Sholom, Rabbi Leon
Kronish, John Serbin, president;
Temple Emanu-El, Rabbi Irving
Lehrman, Samuel N. Friedland,
president: North Shore Jewish Cen-
ter, Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, Max
Krauss. president: Beth David Con-
gregation, Rabbi Yaakov G. Rosen-
berg, Herbert Scher, president.
Temple Judea, Rabbi Morris A.
Skop, Sol Rovin, president; Coral
Way Jewish Center, Rabbi Jonah
Caplan, Jerome Rosen, president;
Beth Israel Congregation. Rabbi H.
Louis Rottman, Isadore Friedman,
president; Beth Jacob Congrega-
tion, Rabbi Tibor H. Stern, David
Whitman, president; Kneseth Is-
rael Congregation, Rabbi David
Lehrfield, Louis Dublin, president.
Beth El Congregation, Rabbi
Shmaryahu T. Swirsky, Sidney H.
Palmer, president; Beth Tfilah
Congregation. Rabbi-Joseph E. Rac-
kovsky, Isidore H. Kramer, presi-
dent; Miami Hebrew Congregation,
Rabbi Simon April, Morris Sokol,
president; Flagler-Granada Jewish
Community Center, Rabbi Murray
Alstet, Louis Bush, president; Is-
raelite Center, Rabbi Morton Ma-
lavsky, David Guttermacher, presi-
dent; North Dade Jewish Center,
Rabbi Henry Okolica, Murray R.
Apfelbaum, president; Temple Zion,
Rabbi Alfred Waxman, Jesse Teit-
ler, president.
Beth Raphael Congregation,
Rabbi Arie Becker, Julius Sapero,
president: Hebrew Academy, Rab-
bi Abraham Levitan, Morris Harris,
president; and Temple Ner Tamid,
Rabbi Shepard Z. Baum, Col. W. J.
Harris, president.
Tom Kippur1 Topic Due
At Spinoza Outdoor Forum
"Yom Kippur Day of Atone-
ment" will be the topic of a lec-
ture by Dr. Abraham Wolfson Sat-
urday, 8 p.m. at the Spinoza Out-
door Forum. 11th st. and Ocean ct
At 8:30 p.m. Dr. Jacques Fresco,
Miami psychologist, will speak on
"You and the World We Live In "
Dr. Wolfson will also conduct the
question and answer period that
follows Dr. Fresco's talk.

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Council Sections Hold Meetings Here;
Seven Groups in Varied Programs
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Mrs Fred Me>er arui \!r Maurice
Furman.
Lincoln Division met (or
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n n at i pm \rr< Fve ser
tta. curator of ibe Jewwh Mu-
at Temple Emanu El. led
;r oi the mu-
seum. Her commentary -::
't and its relation to
(..ur.c.l projects.
Shores Division r*et in the
auditorium of the FirM Federal
Sa\mcs and Lo..' "> I Miami at
1 p m The program featured
ndim Crik Division met a panel discussion by leading Coun-
\ -s hotel i.e brunch at c,i per>onalr
Mrs Stanley C Myers, ml
vice president. gave a picture
of the background of Council on a
national level; Mrs Aaron Farr.
president of the Sou'.hern inter-
state legion, spoke on Coun-
na* organization: Mrs
Samuel Gertman. section service
vice president, described the
Barries program: and Mrs. Sol
Cohen. atetins chairman of Brai"*
ed the activities of the
Braille and bookbinding gr>
Sunset Division BMl at Hlll-
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Rabbi Moms Horono. tVac Ml
the Acaors? aad super
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speak oa -Sukkota la the Home
Taifimi for the eveair .
be Jowpk ZesneL Bntfenai wtU be
Mrs GesaM Greenber*. Mrs. Benar
Beta- Mrs. Daniel Yedlia. Mr-
at
1130 The program featured an
appearance by Freeman, the re-
nowned hvpn
iian Creek Division
member* also appeared in a skit.
The Trial of the Complacent
Housewife Mrs DnBj Reiner and
Mis. Barne"> Hodt charge
.
Islands Division > POM
eir regular
monthly meet'.:: meet-
e roo-
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ved. members heard a panel dis-
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Temple Essana-E. VJult-
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Suaday esening in the Temple s*v
ciai hall. Leila Eiser.berg. social
chairman, issoamred this week.
The organusuoB today boasts a
membership of 20* in the 19 to 35
age group aad is the largest in the
Southeast region.
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(seated) are Mrs. Ida Optner, Mrs. Joseph
jman. Mrs. Max Kem, Mrs. Esther Lerman,
fcncilman Harold Spaet, Mrs. Harold Spaet.
,ei left Mrs. George Baltuch, Mrs. Irving
bscn, Mrs. Herman Feldman, Mrs. Jack Ze-
bitz, Mrs. Oscar Rosenthal, Mrs. Goldie Tur-
ner. Mrs. Jerome Dobin, Mrs. Jack Rosenthal.
Not in picture are Mrs. Sidney Tepper, Mrs.
Harvey Michaelson, Mrs. Jack Dernis.
Leaders Named
To Committees
Natonal Council of Jewish Wo-
men has announced the appoint-
ment of three of leaders of the
Greater Miami Section who will
serve on Council's national commit-
tees.
Mrs. Jean C."Lehman, president
of the Greater Miami Section, has
been selected to serve as a mem-
ber of the national committee on
field service.
Mrs. Leo Alpert, president of
Council's Islands Division and a
past section vice president, has
been-appointed to the national com-
mittee on overseas.
Mrs. Leo Ackerman, a leader in
establishing Council's local pro-
gram for blind school children, has
been chosen to serve on Council's
national committee on community
services.
MORE
DELICIOUS
men's Chapter Installs Officers; Others in Meetings
1st installation of Chai chap-
I'nai B'rith Women, was held
||) at the Algiers hotel. In-
I were:
fcident. Mrs. Esther Lerman;
Jre fsirs. Jerome Dobin, Mrs. Jo-
Feldman, Mrs. Max Kern;
kr> r Mrs. Irving Laibson;
feal secretary, Mrs. Jack Ze-
kcording secretary, Mrs. Sid-
leper; corresponding secre-
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ary, Mrs. Jack Dernis; par-
O'arian. Mrs Herman Koren
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historian, Mrs. Jack Rosenthal;
guardian, Mrs. Harvey Michaelson;
trustees, Mrs. Jeanne Rogow, Mrs.
Ruth Corey, Mrs. Irving Laibson.
Charter to Chai chapter was
presented by Mrs. George Bal-
tuch, installing officer, who is
president of the Florida State
Federation of B'nai B'rith Wom-
en. Mrs. Ida Optner, past District
vice president and past president
of Miami Beach chapter present-
ed the new chapter with a Me-
norah in honor of her 33 years
of B'nai B'rith membership.
Mrs. Norman Reinhard. president
of the B'nai B'rith Women's Coun-
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of the Council. Mrs. Baltuch, who
is also past president of North
Shore chapter, presented the new
chapter with a linen tablecloth to
be used for Hillel fund raising,
while the chapter gave Mrs. Ler-
man a gold charm in appreciation
of her efforts as founder president.
Councilman Harold Spaet of Mi-
ami Beach welcomed the new chap-
ter to the B'nai R'rit'' fold.
*
B'nai B'rith Women of West
Miami held a meeting and fash-
ion show at the West Miami
Town Hall Wednesday evening
at 8:30 p.m. Mrs. Harvey Sootin,
program chairman, arranged a
Gertrude Women's Apparel show
of Fall and Winter sports and
dress wear, including accessories.
Mrs. Fred Scherer was fashion
coordinator.
* *
Gilbert J. Balkin chapter met
Tuesday at the Everglades elemen-
tary school. A forum on "Current
Problems" was sponsored by the
ADL Committee.
Florida Students
At Brandeis U.
Six Florida peoole are among the
new students registering this week
at Brandeis University.
Philip A. Silverstone, son of Dr.
and Mrs. Eu"ene H. Silverstone, of
?200 N. Greenway dr.. Coral
Gables, is a Graduate of Coral
Gables High School, where he was
a member of the National Honor
Society, Snunish National Honor
Society, and home room treasurer.
At Brandeis, Silverstone plans to
major in history.
Herman L. Shaoiro. son of Rabbi
and Mrs. David Shapiro, 1135 Polk
st., Hollywod, is a graduate of
South Broward High School. At
Brandeis. he plans to major in po-
litical science.
Charles S. Kamen, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Henry I. Kamen, 2166
SW 21st st., Miami, is a graduate
of Miami High School, where he
was a member of the National
Beta Club, French Club, and Hur-
ricanes AZA. Kamen is Brandeis
National Merit Scholar, and will
major in science.
Linda P. Heller, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Seymour A. Heller, of
2324 N. Bay rd., Miami Beach, is a
craduate of Miami Beach High
School, where she was on the Stu-
dent Council, newspaper staff, and
a member of Quill and Scroll. At
Brandeis, Miss Heller will major in
philosophy.
Alyce V. Goldberg, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goldberg,
6146 Pinetree dr., Miami Beach, is
a graduate of Miami Beach High
School, where she was a member of
the National Thespian Society and
the choir, and was a home room
officer. At Brandeis, Miss Gold-
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Anne M. Fishbein, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Isadore L. Fishbein, of
2535 Pinetree dr., Miami Beach, is
a graduate of Miami Beach High
School. She was a member of the
choir and National Honor Society,
and recipient of the Civitan Club
Scholarship and a choir medal. At
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+JewistiFhrldton

Sisterhoods Pitch
In to Support
Holy Day Appeal
Sisterhoods of 30 synagogues in
Greater Miami Kill participate in
the current High Holiday camp.
!'> meet a quota of 150 boosing
units to help solve l>rael's critical
housing condition.
Mrs. Anna Brenner Mover-.
chairman of the Women's Division
lor Israel Bonds here, aid that
housing units cost 93(000 each,
and bras! must provide 90.000
family units thi< voar .:t I co>t of
S90.000.fHXV
The fotlowinfl ire presidents of
the synagogue gjytfexooods which
will participate:
Beth David, Mr- Ralph Hankin:
Beth Kl. Mrs. Jack Shapiro; Beth
Israel, Mrs Irving Schwartz: Beth
i.iei. Mrs Ralph Krieger;
Beth Tfilah. Mr- Meyer Katz; Coral
Way Jewish (enter. Vr- Jack
Friedman: Flagler-Granada, Mrs
Meyer Brilliant: Hebrew A.adr
Benjamin Appel.
HiaJeah-Miami Springs, Mrs Na-
than Becker Israelite (.'enter. Mrs.
S'd Koei Kne-eth Israel,
Frances lllian; Miami He
D, Mr- Abraham
n: North Dadc Jewish (.'enter.
V- bred Blank. North Shore Jew-
i.-h Center, Mrs. San Belskj
- Ithwest Jewish Center. Mrs
Temple Beth Sh
Mrs S !' ne; Temple
I
Temp Mrs Ben I
N Mr- Sam
Temple Zion. Mr- Y
| Zl
ph A Ostrie.
Israel Businessmen Tour Amerki
*k TirnCFV CITV NJ__Ijninnh. !..;_ r.
JERSEY CITY. N.J. Launch
ing a tour of the United States to
study American industrial produc
tion and management operations,
the managing directors of nine Is-
raeli firms last week chose the
plant of the B. Manischewitz Com-
pany here for their initial visit.
The tour is part of an exchange
program arranged by the Interna-
tional Cooperation Administration
department of the United States
Government to foster an inter-
change of ideas on industrial man-
agement and methods.
The visitors were welcomed to
the Manischewitz plant by Bernard
Manischewitz. president of the
firm, who greeted Arie Leon Licli-
tenstein.
Others included Reuben Hirshon.
Alexander Karszon. Samuel Baruch
Levin Baruch uZ [ '
km. Daniel xJl r**L
treasurer of the fi^J*
Ka.tAhar0n^J'
WeorTolkonCrooBi,.
Meeting n| the Bn,.., 7*
oftheWomenTSfS
rteofMiam1.w,llbeCh3l
Program is being pl^
Mrs. Dav.dnruckw.chanZJ
Mrs^Benjamin Wolff, co^
Fashion ^(TmaTBrT^ij^
of Models Miami Umitei^l
cuss "Good Groming." jjn I
Spero will preside.
Leaders of current Hiah Holy Day Israel Housing Bond drive
in which 30 Greater Miami synagogues will participate, are
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, chairman of Women's Division,
and Jacob Sher. chairman of Greater Miami committee, State
of Israel Bonds.
New Center Branch Gets Under Way
Donee at Temple Judea
l I sM Kippur di nee ill
Id tl Temple Judea Sunday
William Bloom is
"^tan.
Newe-t branch of Jhe Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center
at 14036 NE 6th ave and deski
tlM North County YMHA
R has launched its activities
Milton Sirkm. Center presi-
dent. said Wednesday that thi-
breaca i> a completely remodeled
:ind n I building, which of-
-i clean and attractive facility
:or the conduct ; croup work and
recreational programs from nur-
-i-r> school through adult
Huh an auditorium and lounge,
four meetiag rooms, and an out-,
door plaj area with specialized
rf whatever
L the occasion..!
lLuc".on. banquet, special meeting, cocktail
party, wedding if if a special occasion
'" Caen Roc will make it perfection.
Rooms available to suit every need and taste,
for parties from to to 1200.
Ca-ric; HW.INCt MANNING. BANQUET MANAGER
JI 2-2561
Jacques Ostadai. Mallri d Hefel I
round equipment for the nur-
er\ ICBOOJ program, the branch
has begun an active program for all
age lev !-
The nursery school program
began with an enrollment of 36
children. The teen-age program
is also off to a very active start,
with individual teen-agers and
representatives of teen-age clubs
approaching the new branch for
sponsorship.
They will be working under the
supervision of Donald LaBelle.
newrj appointed branch supervisor.
LaBelle has been on the staff of
GMJCC as one of its extension su-
periors for the past year.
Greater Miami Jewi-h Commun-
ity (enter i> a member agency of
the United Fund and the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation.
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UM Orchestra
In Rehearsals
Rehearsals for the opening of
the 1957 58 University of Miami
Symphony Series began last week.
Full as well as sectional re-
hearsals will be held daily in the
rehearsal hall until the arrival of
Arthur Fiedler, who will be guest
conductor for the first pair of con-
certs of the season.
The orchestra is under the super-
>n of John Bitter, permanent
Odactor, and Modeste Alloo. as-
Isociate conductor.
Or. Fiedler will arrive on
Oct. 21 to take over all rehearsals
for the last week.
Guiomar N i.,. Brazilian pian-
-nd guest artist for the concert,
wtll be on hand for the last re-
hearsals.
The following faculty members
have charge of the sectional re-
hearsals Eugene Dubois. violin*
V*rtor Stem, violas. Herman
Bo-cn. cello>: Dmitn Shmuklovkv
oeaaes; Julien Balogh. woodwinds
and Alloo. brass.
Gomes Forty SoWoy
t Miami Hebrew Con-
r^i.,-. w,i] Qoid a gamei partv
.wwtaer and David Melticr are
"*"* of the event scheduled at
Me COOereyatkHl. noi sw 12th
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October 4. 1957
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[ tfffS. SAMUtL GERTMAN
i. Gertman Gets
Scholarship
Samuel Gertman, of 2369
|th St., has won a community
^hip training scholarship
he National Council of Jew-
Uen. With 19 other NCJW
Irs, each representing a re-
kf the United States, Mrs.
in will take part in a seminar
|ld House. New York Univer-
Ardsley, N. Y., Oct. 28
i Nov. 8.
rding to Mrs. Jean C. Leh-
ngident of Council's Greater
(Section, the NCJW launched
hmunity leadership training
this year "to study cur-
^nds and needs in American
pities and determine how
nbers can serve most use-
20 scholarship winners
turn home on completion
lir training and help organ-
wwnunity study programs
I NCJW sections.
|64 year old service and edu-
organization chose its
ship winners from a mem-
of 108.000 for "ability to
Ufectively with people and
ulate others; knowledge of
Immunity, both Jewish and
and dependability and im-
|on." Mrs. Lehman reported.
Gertman is service vice
put of the Greater Miami
i of Council and is active in
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mmJL Butler, Realtor
m.*. 7th Ave. MO 1-1440
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$100 per Acre
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Workshops to Orient Miami Beach
Chapter of Hadassah Members Here
Page 5 B
Miami Beach chapter of Hadas
sah this week invited its 3,000 mem-
bers to a day of education, orien-
tation, information and stimula-
tion.
Mrs-. Harold Melnick, executive
vice president, is chairman of a
series af workshops to be conduct-
ed by Hadassah specialists from
9:45 a.m. to 3-p.m. at the Algiers
hotel.
Morning workshops will consider
all phases of membership, fund
raising, education and program-
ming.
Mr*. Jack Bernard, chairman
of membership workshop, and
advisor Mrs. Fred Jonas, will
present their ideas on different
approaches to obtaining new
members. Mrs. Irving Westin,
chairman of fund-raising, and
advisor Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakaris
have some startling new fund-
many other community organiza-
tions. She serves on the board of
governors and community planning
committee of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, is a director of
Brandeis women's committee, presi-
dent of the Phi Lambda Kappa
Auxiliary, chairman of the nominat-
ing committee of Temple Israel
Sisterhood, a member of the Tem-
ple Israel youth activitv committee,
artd of the Temple Israel religious
school board.
raising techniques which will be
presented by a panel of experts.
The education committee, whose
chairman is Mrs. Morris Honig-
baum, and- advisor Mrs. Sanford
Jacobson, together with a panel of
specialists, will discuss "American
Affairs," "Zionist Affairs," "United
Nations" and "How to Inaugurate
Small Study Groups."
During the program workshop,
Miss Lillian flofdmniuanAudwor
Mrs. Milton Sirkin will demonstrate
"Programming with Profit."
After brunch and greetings by
the president, Mrs. Joseph Sha-
piro, there will be a summation
of highlights and outstanding
features of each workshop. Mrs.
Arnold Pearlstein will discuss
"Leadership in Hadassah."
The finale will be a musical skit,
"Tell Me Ladies," directed by Miss
Goodman.
At this session, a plaque will be
presented to Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Schenker, of Miami Beach, for a
contribution of $5,000 to the Ha-
dassah Hebrew University, now
under construction five miles west
of Jerusalem.
This medical center wil be the
nucleus of a City of Science for
the Middle East, devoted to healing,
teaching and research.
Mrs. joeeprT'GayTT^memEer
of national executive com-
mittee of Women's American
ORT has been designated
national convention chair-
man for organization's 14th
biennial convention Oct. 21
to 24 in Chicago. National
officers will be elected, and
basic policy decisions will
be made regarding opera-
tion of organization for next
two-year period.
Amity Club to Meet
Amity Club of the Greater Miami
Jewish ('(immunity Center will
meet for a barbecue and social Sun-
day evening on the patio of
GMJCCs Beach Branch, 1530 Bay
rd. Dress is informal. Invited are
single adults between the ages of
25 and 39.
Skit is Featured
By Emanu-EI Ladies
Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-EI
wil hold its annual opening mem-
bership luncheon Wednesday, Oct.
16, at the Seville hotel, according
to Mrs. Sherman R. Kaplan, presi-
dent of the organization.
The affair will be launched un-
der the theme, "From the Child to
the Bride," and will feature an origr
inal skit entitled "Mother of the
Bride," written and directed by
Trixie Levin.
Starring are the Mesdames
Maurice Edelman, Jacob Glass
man. Henry Hillman, Theodore
Hankoff, Louis Pollack, Charles
Rosenblatt, Nolan Sweet, Harry
Weiner, Milton We inkle, Richard
Stone and Judy Cohen, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Elliot Cohen.
The play will incorporate a fash-
ion show with children's styles by
Sylvia White, Sweater Fashions by
Mimi, of Miami Beach, and ladies
fashions.
"Those who join the Sisterhood
and become new members upon
payment of the yearly membership
dues, will be Sisterhoods guests
for luncheon," said Mrs. Leonard
Abrarason, chairman of the affair.
Mrs. William Rubenstein is ar-
rangements chairman, and Mrs.
Jules P. Channing is hostess chair-
man.
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DURING
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A Message....
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ing immigrants. It is my hope and prayer that you will take part in these blessed efforts so that
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With blessings from Zion,
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Chief Rabbi of the Holy Land
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*Jewist>nor*Maf7
Il^Oa^,
<3n tltc r?ca/m of Society
1,000 View Bell
Meseheloff Rites
The brides fatb
father were, the officiating rler-y-
men when Renah RaheHe Mesche-
loff and Alexander Harold Bell
a re married in an afternoon cere-
mony Son- B al Chi< ngre-
pation KIN S. of Weal R
Park
Rabbi aloses Ifescheli I
leader of the i tion, and
Rabbi I aaar S N*n
York City, grandfather of the bride,
were assisted b) Rabbis I
Lehrfield, Melvin Rush, Harold P.
Smith and Alvin Sen* irtt, execu-
tive officen I the Bab-
I ..: i ancil.
Rt\ ZaM i idfather of
the Broom, wh Ben tn from Jero-
I :;i. Israel for the event, also
pi rtkipated, Cantor Abraham Men-
delsberg, of itlon K I N.S..
and Cantor Jacob Wohrman. of Bal-
timore. Md., chanted the mua
ins of the wedding son ice.
Edna Schwam. of New York
City, w.i- maul Of honor Mr> Sfa -
lorn Bell was natron of honor.
Roberta Topp. of Miami Beach.
Marilyn Geialer, >! Nee. York, and
Eileen Ricqui Bloom, of Chicago,
Myra Sue Weinstein, of Chicago.
nmor bridesmaid.
The bride wore a floor-length."
\ i skirted dre>s of imported lace.
, ..ri> and
- under Uei- ny-
tulle. S uquet of
w hi)
veil .11
ar. heiri
vels
( laughtei Mrs Mi sche-
o an impi I -ilk
i : ..lencon laci The i
beigi < red in
-cent seq..
and Mr> Ralph Bell accom-
ied their M>r. Mr>. Bell's dre-.-
w.- I peau de soie. embroi-
dered in seed pearl- and sequins.
The groom was attended by his |
!: ttaer Sb lom Bell, of New York.
.he bride's younger broth-
and David Me>cheloff.
1 he decor of the sanctuary for :
----------------------------------------------- -
Tucker, Gorwitz
Eye Nov. 24 Rites
Geraldine Tucker
\ i become Mrs Al Gorw\\z in
M rites at Temple Israel.
engagement is an-
-ced by the bride-elect's mo-
ther. Mrs. Joseph Allen Tucker.
: Hawthorne a\e.. Miami Beach
Her father is the late Dr. J. A
Tucker.
Miss Tucker attended Miami
Beach High School and Brenan
Academy. She is currently em-
ployed at Dade Federal Savings
and Loan Assn.
Mr Gorwitx. who is the son of
Mrs. Rose Gibbert. San Francisco.
1'al. spent three years in the Army
and is with the IS. Government.
I Andrea Ruskin's
Fiance is Medic
Mr and Mrs Dan B. Ru-kin. 5480
N Bay rd Miami Bo.nh announce
the engagement of their daughter,
Andrea Lynne, to Robert C. Ma-
ma of Mr and Mrs Neil Ma
| .n 4800 Lakeview cir
The bride-olect l- I graduate I I
Beach High School, where
he was i member ol il Ron-
I student at the
University of Miami and is a mem-
ber of Delta Tin EpeUon
ity.
Mr Maeo ami Beach High School, and was
graduated from the University of
Florida, whore ha ea president of
Tau Epsilon Pi mdaJ fraternity.
At present, he i- student at the
Universft) ot Miami medical school.
The couple are planning to be
married in June
the occasion was white chrysanthe-
mum-, interlaced with pink carna-
tiOM The traditional white canopy
was - delabra. The path of the wedding
proceeskM was outlined with
streamers and a profusion of chry-
santhemums, pink roses and car-
natu -
A reception for the thousand
u.i- held after the
in the congregations so-
cial !'.
The young couple will
their home in Neu York
nuke
Ardmor*
HISS ANDfffA KUSKIN
Wexoer-
miss tfsrff oouro
Molko, Gorelick
Bethrothal Told
Mr. and Mrs Joseph R. Molko, of
2203 N Bay rd.. Miami Beach, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter. Renee. to Shelton Gore-
lick.
Miss Molko graduated from Mi-
ami Beach High School and was
previously employed by the Mer-
cantile National Bank of Miami
Beach.
Her fiance, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Julius Gorelick. of Charlotte.
NC. is connected with the CMC
Finance Group in Charlotte.
They will be married Nov. 10 in
the Saxony hotel and will reside in
Charlotte.
Che sed Sftef Ernes
Sisterhood Chesed Shel Ernes
will meet Monday. 1 p.m.. at Beth
El Congregation Election of dele-
gates to the Greater Miami Ceme-
tery' Assn. will take place Mrs.
knal Goldberg will preside. G-.
speaker is Robert Loewenberg.
MR. and MRS.
HARRY SOLOMON
...
n
j
The Chisli
A circus party honorin
Chislins and twins. Gary and Jill ?
afternoon at the Cbisling home 5io
with some 40 frier, |j '
It was a joint birthday celebrate.
Ethel, whose anniver,,n 4 on Jj-
twins, who were two years H n W'*
~ and her brother. Jack Mint,.^^
Beau Rivage at 99th and Collins in Bal Harbour
Bursting with pride is Mrs. Isidore Lach, 11
Jamas Starn, of Atlanta, her son-in-law i- .... 'f 79 m^ja
and women who passed the Georgia State Bar Exams
Jimmie is a CPA, and was emplow .i bj Weber Tk.
Lefcourt here Mrs. Stern is the form, r Trudi Lach t'
Miami B'nai B'rith Youth member.
Miami Beach's Beatrice and Harold Kaye will housetl-i
new home on Biscayne Beach with the arrival of Harolrf.i
and Mrs. Meyer Kaye, of New York .
The senior Kaye is an executive with
> he'll get glas
Hi's never been here before.
Harold promises he'll get glassy-eyed at the fitter of i2f
Back from a South American tour art Jan* and Chins |
he's the National Airlines pilot .
They both beat back a postcard from Valparaiso I
declaring the country to be "magnficent the people >
and food and wines "excellent" .
"We really bate to ieave," Ji
friends are glad they're home.
< c <
wrote inends. Bat I
Postcarding-it from Madrid are Sara i Georjt Fdfl
report that "we are really seeing Europe ;,r,d love engj
of it."
Correspondent soon-to-be is Corrine Trager, daufBofl
Joseph Traojers, 465 SW 25th ave Miami
Now aboard the SS Statendam. she will be -pendngM
in France. Belgium. Spain. Italy and l.r -land
F'nrn Paris comes word in the hand ol Esther and Cart]
wishing all a Happy New Year ... Off for an ASTA Cm
Madrid are Mr. and Mrs. George Krenengold Theyl
the SS Nieuw Amsterdam Three-time president i
York ASTA group. Georpa is a former national officer,I
Barbara istall* Adler celebrated her -weet
with a luncheon and swim party at the Roney Pla
Barbara's the daughter of the Louis Adltrs, 123 NT 1
Miami. He's the popular orchestra leader here.
* < >
Dr. and Mrs. I. Leo Fishbein are back from their i
tour of the continent, where he attended the second in
Congress of Psychiatry at Zurich, Switzerland The Fid
visited hospitals and clinics in Portugal. Spain. France. Mj.^
slavia and Greece while on their European junket
From autos to planes is style, indeed, and Muril HindJ
is noted for style in hats especially l-a~t week, Pal
Muriel left Paris for Moscow on a new Russian jet!
>
Marcia Wolhon will be married Nov. 3 Her fiance si
Miles Lassman .
She's the daughter of noted financier Louis andMn*^
of N. Bay rd.

Pianist Anywta Melicetv and her mother. Mrs. H***"*!
are back from a six-week visit in New York Cit) and Firer
'
and Family
Extend to our friends the
Compliments of the Seaaon end
Best Withes tor a
Happy end Prosperous New Year
CORAL GABLES and MIAMI
AjUGUST BROS Jt>/4
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Mr. VICTOR POSNER
STEVEN & GAIL
extend the best wishes of the
holiday season to all their
friends and relatives
BAlTIWORE(5USt.PilMoct)
MIAMI BEACH
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October 4, 1957
cy Kelly Stars In Council Program
i/,,M.- Rrnadwnv and ith Wr*m*n m*-. u.:_ *-
+JewistFk>rkiian
Page 7Br>
Kelly, Broadway and
od star, will play the lead-
in the Council Week pro-
BT
Br '
ojjfl K
r"TM WL* *

.* .jaw smm. K&L-. .
w. *-> a IVh
HANCY KtUY
And There Was Light," over
National Broadcasting Com-
IMonday evening. The pro-
I will he carried locally over
station WCKR from 10:06 to
broadcast celebrates the
fanniversary of the founding
National Council of Jew-
ish Woman. Mrs. Moise S. Cahn,
of Now Orleans, national presi-
dent of tha 108,000-membar ed-
ucation and service organization,
will speak at tha conclusion of
tha 20-minute drama.
Miss Kelly, soon to star in "The
Genius and the Goddess," a new
play opening on Broadway in No-
vember, ;ind a runner-up for the
1057 Academy Award for her screen
performance in "The Bad Seed,"
takes the part of the narrator in
the NOW prog: am.
A documentary-type story by
William Welch, "And There W.i's
Light" tells how Council volunteers
throughout the country hpiD blind
children learn to live and go to
school alongside normal young-
sters. The show is based on actual
Council Section projects. Such a
program is carried on in Miami as
one of the Greater Miami Section's
principal service projects.
Yom Kippur Night Dance
Flagler-Granada Jewish Commun-
ity Center will open its doors to a
Yom Kippur night social Saturday
at 8:30 p.m. Highlighting festivi-
ties will be the Lee Johnson Sex-
tet, skits and dancing.

manner that will please devotees of Western movies,
10 to Yuma" tells a suspenseful story of the old West. Van
Tin and Glenn Ford star and are on opposite sides of the
. "3:10 to Yuma" starts Friday at Wometco's Carib, Miami
Miracle Theatres.
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Women at home of Mrs. Gilbert I. Balkin Saturday, Oct. 12.
A Night in New Orleans Slated
More than 300 guests will spend
a "Gay Night in New Orleans,"
sponsored by Miami Beach B'nai
B'rith Women, Saturday evening,
Oct. 12.
The home of Mrs. Gilbert J.
Balkin. 611 86 st., will be trans-
formed into a replica of the French
Quarter. Authentic decorations
sent by the city of New Orleans
will add color to the affair.
Guests will dine at "An-
foine's," have their beverages at
the "Old Absinthe House Bar,"
and enjoy Dixieland music.
Michael Sossin will take over as
the French Market auctioneer.
Skit Will be Featured
South Dade Jewish Center Sis-
terhod will hold a membership par-
ty at Hillel House on the Univer-
sity of Miami campus Thursday eve-
ning, Oct. 11. A skit will be fea-
tured.
MARTHA REDDING
Teacher or Piano Technique Be/canto
Voice; Artist pupil of Lazar Wiener
(N.Y.I; formerly of Carnegie Half; also
Juillard. Sing for Health Posture
Beauty languages t Music Theory.
CALL Mil 1-8451
Miami Hebrew Book Store
1585 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach JE 8-3840
Hebrew Religious Supplies for
Synagogues, Schools Private Use
ISRAELI A DOMESTIC GIFTS
Highlight of the evening will be
the crowning of a Mardi" Gras
Queen. Judges include Burnett
Roth. Gershon Miller, and Allen
Goldberg.
Commitoe members for the af
fair are the Mcsdames Louis Shaf-
kin, Helen Sanders, Harry Webb,
Mildred Freeman, Max Frank,
Miriam Lubow, Herman Alberts,
Eugene Weiss, Max Davis, Lillian
Korson, David Denner, Frank Burg,
and Eli Lieberman.
Membership Tea
At Cohen Hall
Miami chapter of the National
Children's Cardiac Hospital will
hold its 11th annual membership
tea at Melvin Cohen Hall Tuesday
afternoon.
According to Mrs. Bernie Ser-
kin, membership chairman,
Fletcher Peck, who has appeared
with Arthur Godfrey, will enter-
tain.
Assisting Mrs. Serkin will be the
Mesdames Sam Schulwolf, co-chair-
man; Bunny Freed, program; Na-
than Coulton, decorations; Daniel
Panics, publicity; Perry Radin, re-
freshments; Al Sander, transpor-
tation; and Harry Hacker, host-
8MHM.
Mrs. Harold Cohen is president
of the organization. Melvin Cohen
Hall is at 4250 W. Flagler St.
Large Beautiful Room, Private
Bath, with Board Kosher
Warm Atmosphere. Reasonable Rates.
MRS. H. IEVIN, 1545 EUCLID AVE.
ROOM FOR RENT
Young women. Southwest location very,
close to Bus Stop for Town and Gables.
Kitchen privileges. Television.
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WANTED YOUNG TEACHER
FOR NURSERY SCHOOL
with Jewish & College Background.
Congregation of Monticelle Park.
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establishments that have the VAAD LICENSE. All Vaad ^Supervised
poultry must have a special Vaad Seal bearing Vaad name. Be sure
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Pag 8 B
t-JmistncrkSar
Friday,
Washington Ave. Center Lane
Extension Program launched
Ground was broken this week in
front of the Miami Beach City Hall
for the extension of the center
parkway on Washington ave.
On hand to watch another step
in the Washington Avenue Assn.
plans to revitalize and beautify the
South Shore area were Milton
Smith, president: Marcus O. Saro-
kin. VMM president, and chairman
of the Miami Beach Chamber of
Commerce, South Shore commit-
tee: Mitchell Potter, chairman oi
the Merchants Division: and Ray
Redman, executive director of the
association.
Assistant City
Lipp stated that the center park-
way will be completed in approxi-
mately 60 days. Supt. of Parks
John Poulos promised to outdo
myself m the planting of flowers,
palms and shruooery
d. wi:h burial i:i Mt -N
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h burial followlne In Ar-
MAX ALTER
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Hve yean N
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Mr- Rom Bam H !*"
Mein "'unt M
1 orotb) WcBa**r and -
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h Memorial Chai x
Manager HMTU m >" Oaaao-
GILBERT OiLBERTSON
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ARTHUR STROHEIM
,r""
n.11 .n.l '> "
. r Mr.- JM'i Koaenber* and
. Hn.,.n Jte-
-i. Normaa*i "

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i f n a r i c *
MRS MARTHA STERN
*4 ..f *1< NW 1" t h<> cam* here
,"r> ao 1MB Hr.-kl>n. died
,:e her bu'ban.l.
two da Marina
food and Mrs Donrtkl I Ln-
J> in
Reach Me. anoi. .Normandy
lle.
WILLIAM HEIMAN
MDoad V*.. whre he was va-
, |(. MM from Rl.hmoii.l
17 .(.i- .iK" "' <-- ""------Iombmo
fur'lka Miami SH"m, A--" B*r-
n.lude hi- l'e: t .. "n.
Ium. !< -!* hro*her an.l a *i5ter.
srrn,,. ..... s-1" IS at Gordon
H-.tii.- with burial in 8
mi MrnK'i iai Park.
"inn (row riti-iirah. Pa. He waaivlv>.| bv
, menUM* of gotonson l-ode
m an.I an affiliate mem
.-. an I Surfulw* Man.nil Lod.
\ veteran of World War 1. he
a an ofrJOfl n' Miami Beai-h ROM
inn of Knieign Wara, and
of the Amerii-an 1-earlon. He In aur-
* w" by hi, ife b,^*5^
of thellw,, I, ,,th..r, V.RU,1|SSM
.-urn K
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'Iii'liiiflk*
man", K, A iJT
LOUIS NOVEV
IN Shore dr. died Nat ?-'
lie nans* hete eihl STOOM '"""
\5Lk3 M-"'. N>'- n<1 ."".VTs
k, h's wife. Jennie; three brothel..
| hi- moth-. Sery.e, were
in Hal: wl,n Wxal arranBe-
meli.s b) K.w. Mrmonal
| Chaoel
MRS JENNIE D0BK1N
; SW STltl
I......... fPt. "

lie three *<.n*. Ju!'
,~l iu- <
grand l-ei
and
burn:
x'- -
Mori
BENJAMIN HAHN
died
Survivors

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ISAAC JOSfePH jACOBSON
If, aaa die.1 Sept.
he came
eteiand, O. h--e he
IBtM 'he : Jdn.r SMlM*ue. HO |
- at the

. an-1 as to hav.
O >>-
i-l Jewtafe Appeal and
include

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SHEPARD S- SABLE
?4. of *' -' M-rldian axe. died Sept
H while \a..iti. nine in Havana He
la awTM^e.l Ox two ,iauhier. Mm.
Ooorgc J Tallar.ff Miami Beacb.
HM. Eret tinirer. New York
in He al*' leave* f.wir rjrandohil-
were In New TOT
A. with arranirements by River-
-arh MomorlaJ t'hapeL
BENJAMIN MARCUS
. of 3 Slat t dle.1 S.
\-i bar* for three and a half year*.
VPS CELE Z SVAN
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were
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LOU.S BERNSTEIN
came here Brook-
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Bd two
a burial
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PVNIIAl NOMl
NNwna l-r'
V SS CECILY ROSESBAUM
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TIXACO CAUSWAY SERVICE STATION
UNDER NEW OWNERSHIP M KE MIRELSON A HARRY BROWN
Motor TuiM-Ua Brake* Clutch Washing, Simonizmg
Co-ep'ete Lme Texaco Product*
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ixtemds Best Wishes to
Their Many friends ant. Customers
for Nappy Holidays
ARNOLD MC-s. 0
Bv Hart v U-
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Olympic Health Studio
Parsonal Instruction by STEVE KLISANIN "Mr. Univwrta"
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TEMPLE NER TAMID CONGREGATION
Extends
Sincere
Wishes
for a
Happy,
Healthy and
Prosperous
New Year
DR. SANFORD SIEGAL
ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICE FOR
GENERAL PRACTICE
IN THE NORTH HIALEAH SHOPPING CENTFn
6502 WEST FOURTH AVINUE (Rod Rood) HlAiL
PHONE: TU 7-13** DAY OR NIGHT
_ OFFICE HOURS
Monday. Wednesday. Friday 10-12 2-5 j
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October 4, 1957
+Jewisi> Meridian
irmal Social Set
Yeshiva Group
lida chapter of Yeshiva Uni-
r will hold an informal social
\o at I he Algiers hotel Sunday
Robinson, chairman of the
Lr. and Jack A. Cantor, chair-
hf Hip executive committee,
hat Morton Freeman, nation-
tnMs folk singer, will appear
iriety of Israeli and American
, Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan, re-
director of the chapter, will
|t a program of Jewish
fcinson Wednesday announc-
\t appointments of She^rd,
j and Jack A. Cantor as as-
\t chairmen. Other officers
chapter are: vice chair-
. R. Williams Apt*, Jay J.
^witz, Benjamin I. Binder,
Kenneth Edlin, Charles
htman, Isidore Goldberg,
I Goldman, Jennie Grossing-
am Reinhard, Hollis Rine-
Allen F. Rosen, 5. E.
|art;. Judge Eugene J.
Nat Wolf; secretary
Cohen; treasurer Ben-
Rudnick.
|tion.il appointments are: ex-
l committee Martin Genet,
Jacobs, Sidney A. Levy,
feller, Hyland Rifas, Burnett
lerberl S. Shapiro; sponsors
ltd Sidney D. Ansin,
August, Melvin Berenson,
Berkowitz, Theodore Ber-
|)j\ Boderman, Al Brenner,
Cove, Maurice H. Damn.
|l. Davis, Edward L. Deni-
larrj Dinnerstein, Morris
|\Viiliam Farr, Herbert U.
UD, John Feller, Irving Fir-
Ivid I Iceman, Harold Flee-
arold IYiedman.
Gelvan, Dr. Philip Gotlieb,
J. (in.ssman, David M.
Louis Jaffe, Samuel Jaffe,
A. Kagan, Julius Kasdin,
ktz, Mrs. Nellie C. King, Jay
pk, Sam Lachman, Edward
n, Dr. Kdward Lear, Joseph
j Herbert R. Linick, Edward
IBen Markowitz, Max Meisel,
bfson, Max Orovitz, Albert E.
Henry H. Penchansky, Sid-
pppor. Jack S. Popick, Jo-
\ Post. David Provus, Lee
Herman Wouk, Pulitzer Prize-
winning author of "The Caine
Mutiny" and "Marjorie
Mornlngstar," has written his
first comedy for theatre, "Na-
ture's Way," which Alfred
de Liagre, Jr., is presenting
in New York, where it will
open at Coronet Theatre
Wednesday night, Oct. 16.
Wouk is a visiting professor
at Yeshiva University.
Ratner, Alex Richardson, Melvin S.
Richardson.
Joseph M. Rose, Jacob Sapirstein,
Sam Schwartz, Joshua J. Segal,
Samuel Server, Arthur Shandloff,
Fred K. Shochet, Charles Silvers,
Benjamin Snider, Fred Somerstein,
Harry Speier, Harry Steiner, Lsaac
Stern, Morris S. Stone, Robert L.
Turchin, A. I. Uslander, Carl
Weinkle, Louis Wolfe, Jack Zwer-
ner.
Home Builders Planning
Dinner Key Show Dec. I
The 14th annual Home Builder's
Show in Dinner Key auditorium
will attract more than a quarter of
a milion Dade county residents, ex-
hibition officials predicted this
week.
More than 80 percent of the ex-
hibition space for the Dec. 1 to 8
show has already been reserved
and the remaining space is dwindl-
ing rapidly, according to Stanley L.
Frederick, chairman of the Home
Builders of South Florida show
committee.
"Everything new and modern
and designed for comfortable home
living will be demonstrated in the
exhibition booths of the 90,000 sq.
ft., auditorium,"
Ml My friends and Acquaintances ...
SEASON'S GREETINGS
PAUL BROCKMAN
>ur Candidate Hialeah Council
East 8th Strtet Hialeah
United Fund Gears
For Drive Opener
The number of health and wel-
fare agencies belonging to the Uni-
ted Fund of Dade County rose to
53 last week with the admission of
nine new agencies.
And John B. Turner, campaign
chairman of the new United Fund's
fall drive, said that the remainder
or the eligible health and welfare
groups in Dade will be members
of the UF by the end of the week.
Once all the accredited groups
are in the fold. Turner said, the
thousands of volunteer campaign
WOrJters will fall.to. in earnest n
the job of surveying Dade's
homes and businesses in prep-
aration for the actual solicitation
of funds.
The United Fund of Dade County
is an autonomous, non-profit corp-
oration, formed by Dade's citizens
to eliminate the multiplicity of wel-
fare drives here by consolidating
them into one annual campaign.
"Thus UF is an organization of
givers who are resolved that one
campaign a year can provide ade-
quate funds for all health, welfare
and character building agencies
eligible to join," Turner explained.
Eligible to join, means an agency
must be rendering a needed service
in a field of work which justifies
its inclusio.n in a broad financial
federation, and that the service is
or will be open to all persons in
need, regardless of race, religion or
cultural backgrounds.
The admissions committee of
UF has conducted exhaustive in-
vestigations into all welfare
Page 9B
Happy New Year
CARL'S BAKERY
1360 N.E. 163rd Street
Phone Wl 7-4092
NEW YEAR GREETINGS FROM
CARL L ARNOLD
and the
A.B.T. Paint and Supply
102 Giralda Avenue
CORAL GABLES
Phone HI 8-6884
agencies that have been admitted
to the federation, to make sure
no poorly run, undeserving
groups get in.
The solicitation phase of this
year's drive is tentatively slated
to start Nov. 15. Official kickoff
of all divisions will be Nov. 18, the
day following United Fund Sunday.
More than 20.000 volunteers will
join in soliciting funds from Dade's
homes, businesses, military, public,
state, educational and federal em-
ployees at that time.
The drive ends Dec. 12.
, .1
I1
Best Wishes for the New Year ..
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71 E. 2nd St.. Hialeah Phone TU 8-9098
PER ANNUM
iami
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each
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ederal
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pjenistncrkfian
The foHou-itif is another i-. 3 serlei .' -ir-.nul
Icj.irrs htte for The jeuish HortdtM ''K-
anon trith the Greater Mum K-: Rabbi
Hers**, of Tiferelh Israel NortAeiae CnMd
Assn. program.
We Must be More Than
High Holy Day Observers
By RABBI DAVID LEHRF1ELD
Kneseth Israel Congregation
talak 58:12. "Spare not. lift
up thy voice as a trumpet, aho**
my people their transsression
Dd the House ot Jacob their sin
Yet they seek me daily and de-
light to know nj vtjra ts a na-
tbat did rightuimani 11
No rabbi need ever have to
create .1 sermon tor Yom tflppur
The Haftorah. or Portion of the
Prophets, 1- all the rabbi need
: (or the sermon. Here I
intend only to underline and re-
iterate the words ot baiah
"Yet they nek me daily Thi*
:- read literallj "Voaac Yom-
Yom Yidrashon" "They seek
Dd day And how true
- is Our religion ha- !> 1
I days a sen ice her<. a
.1 day here. day
there Nothing in Judai-m
I 1 attend the
Rabbis and Shu;
in Oiling
I r m r\ u- 1
> prepare for Ifigti !i lj
lay evening >er-
... m of days, n
CANDUUGHTING Tim
9 Tishri 6:29 pan.
*
A famous rabbi brought the
igg closer yet "The) seen
me day and day" or two days out
of the year People wait with
awe (Of the-e two days Kosh
H.i-hona and Yom Kippur We
come to Shul or Into I hall that
bas been rented for the rake, of
catering to them day and day'
01 t.>>!.<> Jewa and we heat our
breasts in anguish, bow our
beads as a bulrush, we say the
Al fhet." the confessional, with
a deep and heavy heart We
.v a hear a rabbi and cantor
officiate at beautiful services'"
accompanied by a choir ot Jews
and non-Jews of an organ: and
we feed in noble and righteous.
No doubt, of course, nnnj I
us have dm en to the Shul or
hall, we btrC shaved, we wore
comfortable shoes, all of which
is prohibited by Jewish law. and
after Yom Kippur. we break the
with a non-kosher
It makes no difference;
we nave celebrated the High
Holy Days; wi _<<'.'' Jews
as long ..- are come to the High
Daj services When will
we ever learn that the Shabbath.
the plain Shabbath. and obser-
vance of the Shabbath. is Far
more important than a dozen
" Holy Day senices"
the prophet tells his
people. Is it such a fast I have
eh. sen? A day for man to af-
flict his soul* Is it to bow his
head down as a bulrush* Em-
phatically not
Let u> for a moment grant that
leel sick spiritually; and we are.
"Yet they seek me daily and
delight to know my ways.'J We
have become intellectual" Jews
always with the question "why."
Scientists have never stopped
their research into the laws of
nature because they cannot an-
swer the "why" of nature. They
are more than satisfied with the
"what." and we have advanced
very far knowing the "what."
Yet in religion, the law of the
spirit and life, given by the same
author of the laws of nature, wc
are always asking "why."
What is then the purpose of
-IlifSlS^rd
om MpPur? ~ 7-JM
" > h..ndsS toa
ceptable" These LH"
-k--cotS
we should do. shouidbe2
G^^thestrenjuJ
K'PPur day ,0 ../?
bonds." so we m,
e may gjtj
"ll with a perfect honT
BABU DAVID IIHUHILD
, dual morality
these High Holy Pay senices are
ail that is required from us. As
1 til in the Shul office, and I see
people coming in to bargain for
rv that they have
the attitude and tone as if they
are doing God a favor. "How
dare the synagogue ask such
prices How dare there be a price
for prayer.' Those who come
every day and on Shabbath nev-
k this: only the "day and
day" Jews ask this Of course.
the fact that we List hundreds
of dollars playing cards or on
Other -necessities- makes no dif-
ference to us How dare the Shul
ak >uch prices' We are doing
God a favor by coming to the
synagoguge. and we should never
be asked for money when we are
doing God a favor by coming to
His senices
Shouldn't we pay thousands of
dollars for the opportunity God
has given us to cleanse our lives*
Why. we would mortgage our
homes to find the best doctor if
we were sick or dying. When
Yom Kippur comes, we should
^aotath t^erviees in K-jreatcr kswu
V r.emer.v the f.nal of the High Holy Days, will be ushered in at services
Ot the Greater Miami area Falling just ten davs after Rosh
ir .. t..s: day, during hich a seal is se: upon the individual".- fate for the coming
I ,v' 9 T'ark the opening of Sukkoth. the annual celebration
- : -day feature- the trad not, rycaboOsing the temporan
Israel when H took to the fields to gather the npe en nance of Sukkoth con
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 701 Carlyle
*. Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
MONTICELLO PARK. 164th at.
and NE 11th ova. CeesiasveH.i.
Rabbi Isaac Lerer. Cantor Jacob
Goldfarb.
K"l X litre 3:19 i>.ni. Satur-
da) I m Ylikor 12 noon, Cantor
Louis Cohen to remW-r the musical
uortlom of thi- liluniv In the main
Temple. Cantor Jacob Ootdfarb to
officiate in the Annex.
m
NORTH DADE CENTER. 13630
W. Dixie hwy. Conservative.. Rabbi
Henry Okolice. Cantor Maurice
Mew,
Ki .1.11 Kill Klin) S:t"> p.1N Sermon:
I n Aeka a Question." BalOl
c'av 1 .1 111 VHtkor memorial lfl:Jii a. in
in: "ProMeea ot Ufe and
'1 KeMah t:M p.m <;
1 .iiier is Baai, riaude
Peppai in an Israel Bund message.

NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620
75th st. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowiti. Cantor Edward Klein.
a
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER.
715 Washington ave.
SOUTH DADE JEWISH CEN
TER. Reform. Rabbi Herbert M
Baumgard.
PYMaj at 7 .in-1 I i'm Saturdav
S:30 am Vixkoi nirmortal OM
n- ilah 1:33 1 n s. raaon:
Win, h 1- M i:-a it th,- bTMIT :t Beauni.ti!
Hall on l"nl\ersii> of Miami campus.

SOUTHWEST JEWISH C'NTER.
6434 SW 8th st. Conservative. Rab-
bi Abraham Lavitan.
l-'tlda> Too* Kippur if, p.m. at the
LatS S-W 7ih a\e.
Banooa "ur t'nkein Promises."
Saturday dam Sermon: "And the
I- nl BaM I Have l-,Hiivii'" larael
lionit appeal during aftern.-.n serv
S ikJuxh Wednesday etentnr. Oct .
> rteas Thursday and FiIday a.m.
a a
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144
lUm I Chase aa. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish.
K' 4aj V 7pm Sermon:
The Thre. Kaith Satui-
'," : a.m. S.rmor I- Ufe Kver
Yiakor memorial
I. I'.m "Ufa After IVath "
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Rabbi Irvinj L.hrm*Tlj
Krl.l
"""hi K I M,|r, 7M.J1
ami |: -.,,
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137Mi
st. Reform. Ratti Wdf
Cantor Jacob Born.f.i.T'
.
TEMPLE JUDEA, nt u
ava. Liberal. R.bbj ^
Cantor Herman Gottlieb.
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erected it 80th tt. nTKl/
way.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701
Washington avo. Conservative.
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131$t $t. and N.E. 6th al
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TEMPLE ZI0N. 57M |
at. Consarvativa. Mai
Wax man.

TIFERETH ISRAEL |
Miami ava. Conttrvatin, I
Abraham Harton. Cantar I
Giants.
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"God tHii st Kal XH
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TORAH TEMPLE. IWJ
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Abraham Cassal.
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ZAMORA JEWISH CENTRj
Zamora *: Coniarvilr*!
B. Leon Hurwitx. C*nh'
Brill.
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ANSHE EMES. 2535 SW 19th
*-e Cantor Morris Zimmerman.

BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Yeefcov Roscn-
bera. Cantor William W. Linen.

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a
BETH EL. 5- SW 17th ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir-
sfcy.
a
BETH EMETH. 12250 N.W. 2nd
ave. Conservative. Rabbi David W.
Hersen. Cantor Hymen Fein,
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Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-

CORAL WAY JEWISH CEf.TER.
Conservative.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE BETH
EL. 1645 Polk st.. Hollywood. Re-
form. Rabbi Minard Klein.
s a s
HOLLYWOOD BETH SHOt-EM
1725 Monroe St., Hollywood. Con
ervative. Rabbi Samuel Lerer.

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rmoa
Vll-
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s Ih. r-il-
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BETH ISRAEL.
Orthodex. Rabbi
an an.
H.
Rretrie evaa.
Lewis Rott
BETH JACOB. 301 311 Washing-
ton ave. Orthadox. Rabbi Tiber
Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamchaa.
BETH RAPHAEL. 13* NW 3rd
Orthodox. Ratktti Arie Becker.
^BxaxBXSBSssai AaxaBVa: r. ^,
sr 1-WOTUI ii anna
f^ce the rise.-
(tax Rabbi IWe%er t, speak
'liaT tr State of Israel tV-awls.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI
*'*< Po'k st- Hollywood. Conserv-
DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CEN- "'** R,bbi D*'l Shapiro. Cantor
TER. 11160 NW 2nd ave. Con- v*hu*b Heilbraun.
servative. a o a
ISRAELITE CENTER. 319* SW
a J4th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Mor-
FLAGLER-GRANADA. SO NW ,on Ma'avsky.
51st pi. Conservative. Rabbi Mur
ra A. AU'et
S-
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J.>MRimUJ EMANU^L, *- Csrtlaodo^ R^ ., 2
.T ^^ndr*W* '*- --aMdor. Cantar Abraham Sail,
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Flamingo way. Conservative. Rab-
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Coll Jlfferson 1-7677
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nunity says "Thank You" to two men most responsible
idinq 1957 Combined Jewish Appeal to record heights.
M. Kanner. president of Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
'{). is shown presenting awards to John Serbin (center),
aign chairman, and Samuel J. Heiman, chairman of Emer-
Rescue Fund. Some 400 volunteers were on hand at
CJA victory party to participate in ceremonies and to
ire thanks of CJA leaders for their role in 1957 campaign
Lipton at Confab
In Stuttgart
Joseph M. Lipton, president of
Dade Federal Savings and Loan
Assn. of Miami, is among 150 Amer-
ican savings and loan officials at-
tending the seventh congress of the
International' Union of Building
Societies and Savings and Loan
Assns at Stuttgart, Germany, Sept.
23 to 27.
Lipton participated in a series
of meetings at which represent*
live, (if 15 countries from around
the globe described methods
of encouraging thrift and promo-
.t/U&Jupw -----TBlUn ia their re-
spective countries.
Among subjects discussed wert
to be savings and loan associa-
tion and building society opera-
tions, home ownership as na-
tional policy and international
cooperation in housing and home
financing.
The International Union of Build-
ing Societies and Savings and Loan
Amu. was organized at London,
England in 1914 to further the ex-
pansion of thrift and home owner-
ship throughout the world.
Among its purposes is the dis-
semination of information concern-
lik Branch Will
!c Stkkoth
Branch of the Labor Zion-
hand will hold a Sukkoth
Ition meeting Monday even-
kt. 14. at the Algiers hotel.
|wned aul hor Dr. Jacob Lest-
will be guest speaker.
the program are dramatic
Martell and piano ac-
i>t Miss Anuyta Melicov.
I Asti r '!l present readings
lewNh literature, and Jacob
In wi : lead community
Beryl Morrison is master
[monies and J. Z. Stadlan
p to si !<.
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