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

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l^wiybJEIlDiciidliiaun
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Number 46
Miami, Florida, Friday, November 15, 1957
Price 20*
ab Plotting Hot Year After UNEF
ited Fund Door-to-Door Push
be Launched Here on Sunday
IAT10 STOKY Pg. 74
Year Can't
H Smooth
ig Turner
ice of UF by community
citizens in general has
John B. Turner, cam-
airman, reported this
problems, "natural to
|year UF drive," have
i>ad to success thus far
been paved," Turner
any objections folks
iterated, once-a-year giv-
explained if they'll just
re Turner's replies to
[about UF raised by citi-
hasn't United Fund in-
spital drives in its first
Our goal this first
ily $3,207707. If we
wded hospitals it would
much too big a bit*
year drive. Wo hopo,
[successful this year, to
program for hospitals
years.
aren't the cancer and
lal organizations in the
-They were invited, but
nal headquarters refuse
tinued on Pago 3 A
United Fund of Dade County, with the better part of solicitation
of professional and business people completed, kicks off its all-import-
ant house-to-house solicitation campaign Sunday. Designated United
Fund Sunday, this is the day when an army of some 15,000 Dade county
volunteer housewives begin soliciting from approximately 270 000
homes in Greater Miami.
The army of womensplit up
Into 14 UP regions and lod by
Mrs. F. F. Ravlin, of Coral
Gble will do their solicitation
primarily on a block-by-block ba-
sis, and most will make their ap-
poal to thoir own neighbors.
They'll be shooting at a goal of
$300,000, which they hope to nail
down in an intensified 25-day cam-
paign, ending Dec. 12.
Overall goal for UF's first drive
here is $3,207,707. The money will
go towards support of 55 member
health and welfare agencies, in-
cluding the causes of heart and
cancer.
United Fund of Dade County is
a non-profit, self ruling corpora-
tion, formed here to consolidate all
health and welfare drives into one
annual campaign.
Housewives this year will bo
sked to pledge their gifts and
can pay them quarterly, semi-
annually or however they desire.
They will be asked to add up all
the separate gifts they made last
mber's Self-Defense:
meone Else Did It'
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire"
JSALEMMoshe Douek, acting as his own defense attorney
ting of a hearing Tuesday into charges that ho threw a hand
the Knesset, which wounded Prime Minister Ben-Gurion and
cabinet ministers, began what appeared to be a retraction of
ion.
After replying to the court that
he understood the charge that he
had thrown the bomb into a public
place with intent to cause grevious
harm to persons, he cross-examin-
ed state witnesses.
The apparent defense of the 25-
year-old immigrant from Iraq, who
has a record of mental illness, took
two lines. He sought first to create
doubt of eye-witness testimony that
he was the grenade thrower rather
than one of the visitors in the gal-
lery who fled when the bomb ex-
ploded.
His second effort was to estab-
lish that some eye-witnesses were
able to deflect the hurling of the
missile when they saw the fur-
Continued on Page 10A
year to various drives and then
make a similar gift to United Fund
to constitute their giving for the
year under UF's "one gift, once a
year" plan.
Mrs. Ravlin, long active in com-
munity working and giving, makes
this appeal to donors throughout
Dade:
"If you gave $5 to the old Com-
munity Chest last year, please con-
sider our United Fund 'Dollar a
Month' plan.
"We only ask you to pledge a
dollar a month for 12 months.
That's twice as much and more
than last year, perhaps, but you
Continued on Page 7 A
Sir Winston Churchill sent
message to Prime Minister
Ben-Gurion through Israel
Embassy in London express-
ing gratification over news
that all Israel cabinet mem-
bers wounded in last week's
assassination attempt .were
making good recovery. Ben-
Gurion left hospital Tuesday.
-OTA)
SEE IT-
ans go to the polls
to elect candidates for
fancies on the city com-
The election of a new
)& another question they
Ve to decide.
for an intelligent vot-
'ic to decide who thoir
choices will bo. But
urge that qualified
I go to the polls and ex-
{this right to free choice.
M not only a right but a
Tiich must be met if the
Bahing of democracy
the people is to pre-
Sinai Campaign Cost Israel
$194 Million, Eshkol Says
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
JERUSALEMThe Sinai campaign last year cost Israel 350,000,000
pounds ($194,000,000) Finance Minister Levi Eshkol announced in Par-
liament Tuesday night in an address accompanying his submission of
a supplementary budget of 39,000,000 pounds for this year. This is
the first official disclosure of the colt of the whirlwind week-long cam-
paign to Israel.
The Sinai drive also cost Israel
additional foreign currency expen-
ditures of $60,000,000. Some of the
increased costs were covered by
new taxation, postponement in the
repayment of certain indebtedness,
and floating of new bank loans.
This contributed to the inflation-
ary pressures on Israel's economy,
Mr. Esbkol said.
But despite these pressures, the
finance minister predicted 1957
will go down in history as a year
of progress and prosperity for Is-
rael. Exports were up 30 per cent
during the first ten months of the
year though a corresponding jump
in imports prevented decrease in
the trade deficit.
Industrial production rose 12 per
cent, and agricultural production
ten per cent, while building starts
rose 25 per cent over last year.
BONN'S NEW FINANCE CZAR SAYS-
UVI fSMKOl
. inside story
Reparations Will Continue
BONN(JTA)Franz Etzel, new Finance Minister of the West
German Republic, disowned suggestions this week of his predecessors
which would have had the effect of delaying the indemnification pro-
gram for victims of Nazism beyond the scheduled completion date
of March, 1963.
The Finance Minister assured a delegation of the Conference on
Jewish Material Claims Against Germany that no such plans were
Continued on Pago 9A
Saudis Vow
They'll Take
Stern Steps
UNITED NATIONS(JTA)The
Arab governments and their United
Nations delegations marked the an-
niversary of the founding of the
United Nations Emergency Force
! this week by a series of steps
which, directly or indirectly, were
aimed at Israel.
The Saudi Arabian delegation
sent a letter to Secretary General
Dag Hammarskjold and Hashim
Jawad, of Iraq, this month's presi-
dent of the Security Council, again
accusing Israel of violating Saudi
Arabian sovereignty in the Gulf of
Akaba area. In this letter the
sixth in the last few months
Saudi Arabia alleged that Israeli
military aircraft "repeatedly circu-
lated" at low altitude, on the eve-
ning of October 28, over Saudi
Arabian military positions, and at-
tempted to land on an air strip
near Jabal Al-Hinati.
This letter stated that the
"Saudi Arabian Government, in
bringing this provocative inci-
dent to the attention of the Unit-
ed Nations stresses the gravity
of such provocative acts, and the
dangers of the consequences in-
herent in them and in the re-
peated violations by the Israeli
authorities of Saudi Arabia's ter-
ritorial integrity."
As in previous letters, Saudi
Arabia threatened once more that
it would "undertake the necessary
measures to safeguard the security
and safety of its interests."
Jordan, meanwhile, was pressing
Mr. Jawad, who is not unfriendly
to the Amman government, to act
Continued on Page 10A
Shooting Seen
Unless Water
Project Ceases
Stl KllATtD STOKY Pg. J34
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
JERUSALEM United Nations
observers in the Israel-Syrian bor-
der region have twice transmitted
threats from the Syrians to open
fire on Israelis unless work was
halted on the Lake Huleh develop-
ment project, the Israel Foreign
Ministry announced Tuesday.
One of these threats was actually
transmitted just before Syrian
troops opened fire on an Israeli
work party, killing a policeman
and wounding a civilian.
The Syrians have asked the Mix-
ed Armistice Commission for an
emergency meeting.
This has placed the Israelis in
something of a legal predica-
ment. While they do not boycott
Continued on Page 10A



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Page 2 A
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Second Leg Operation Due for Meir
JERUSALLEM(JTA>Foreign Minister Golda Meir is returning demented Israeli threw a hand
this week to Hadassah Hospital and will submit to another operation.
The leg wound Mrs. Meir suffered in the Knnesset bombing two wicks
ago is not responding to treatment.
- i Premier David Ben-Gurion left
i hi- hospital Tuesday He continues
grenade at the Government bench
in the Knesset, wounding five
members of the Cabinet. The pro-
posal was made by members of the
Israel Security Service testifying
younger, able-bodied men who
would carry arms.
Jlify. No,
PROBLEMS?
FR 4-17/6
to function as Premier and Defense before the Parliamentary Commit-
tee.
Some of the members of the Par-
liamentary Committee are report-
|edly opposed to arming the ushers
They question whether the atmos-
phere at the Knesset would not be
disrupted as a result of the "mar-
I tial appearance" of armed ushers.
I Other committee members do not
' favor the proposal because some of
[the ushers are middle-aged men
presumably unaccustomed to ear-
ning weapons.
An alternate proposal to the com-
mittee is that the ushers should
continue to hold their present
Miami Beach restaurant exe-
cutive Wolfie Cohen will
again be chairman of He-
brew Academy annual din-
ner Jan. 26. 1958. at Fontaine-
bleau hotel. Appointment
was made this week by B. I.
\ccdemy president.
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AUGUST BROS nyf
IS the btSl '
Minister from his bed. President
Itzhak Ben Zvi and Army Chief of
Stafi Maj. Gen. Moshe Dayan vis-
ited him Monday.
Mo he Shapira, the Minister of
Health, who was most seriously
injured in the grenade attack by
a madman, is progressing satis-
factorily. Monday he underwent
minor surgery for the removal of
a grajtade splinter from hits leg.
Th: is expected to be the last of
several opei jtions resulting from
i.i(uies he received in the blast.
A propo.nl that u>heis in the
Knesse; cagQ small arms and be i status, assigned only to showing
-.iveti the steam vt Bpeetat police-1 visitors to their seats, while a
1MB. MM made here Tuesday as Knesset Guard unit would be estab-
aa altermath to the outrage that|lished. The latter unit, according
occurred ;wo weeks ago when a: to this plan, would be made up of
Professionals Seek Higher
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Physicians notil ron Becker.
4hairm.ni ol the Histadrul rtade
Union department, that they irant-
n umination ol salary and
working conditiona before Janu-
ary l
The engineers were seeking
increases, seniority pay, over-
time bonuses, and improved med-
ical care. The physicians de-
manded increased allowances
and salary amounting to a total
increase of about 40 per cent.
in >! similar demands by other
winch the ministry
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November 15, 1957
rJmistincrMilan
Page 3A
lited Fund Door-to-Door Push Opens Sunday
use Campaign to Seek
300,000 in 25-Day Try
tinued from Pago 1 A
them to join in federated
We hope they will recon-
the future. In the mean-
s've set up "cause" money
liting both diseases-, nd
fovisions for it to be spent
will do the most good for
Duntians.
/hy is the Florida Light-
r the Blind, a United Fund
soliciting by letter with
eals again this year?
er Thoy bought thorn
they came into UF. Wt
they could us* thorn this
[so as not to lose money.
. Tho money they get will bo de-
ducted from their UF allocation.
(Q) I don't like the *X' agency
that is in UF. Why should I give
money to them?
- -Twnaor Eveiyowe-rnrs a real or
imagined gripe about some agency.
But no one can hate all 55 of our
agencies. Besides, you can desig-
nate your gift when you pledge.
(Q) I understand Muscular Dys-
trophy is holding a drive just be-
fore the UFs drive this week. I
thought they belonged to UF.
TurnerUF has twice as many
agencies. But more important, if
UF is a success it will eliminate
countless separate drives, and
you will actually be giving at one
time the same amount you gave
to many solicitors in the past.
And you can pledge your gift for
easy giving.
(Q) Why should I give more to
UF than I did to the Community
Chest last year?
TurnerUF has twice as many
agencies. But more important, if
UF is a success it will eliminate
countless separate drives, and you
will actually be giving at one time
the same amount you gave to many
solicitors in the past. And you
can pledge your gift for easy giv-
ing.
(Q) Will UF eliminate all sep-
arate drives this year?
TurnerNo. It would be impos-
sible. There were 176 separate
fund raising drives of one type or
another registered in Dade in
1956. But if we can make a suc-
cess of this drive, we hope to be
able to get all worthy agencies in
UF as we go along. For example,
Philadelphia has more than 160
agencies comhined now after just
four .years of United Fund.


Rabbinical Assn. Exec Vows
Support of Spiritual Leaders
JOHN TURNER
The Rabbinical Assn. of Greater
Miami Wednesday informed John
B. Turner, United Fund campaign
chairman, that it wifl "enthusias-
tically support" UF.
In a letter to Turner, Dr. Joseph
R. Narot, secretary-treasurer of the
association, said:
"Tho Rabbinical Assn. of Great-
er Miami lends its enthusiastic
support to tho cause of tho Uni-
ted Fund of our community. W*
urge all tho members of our con-
gregations to join the volunteer
workers and to give generously."
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The letter was the result of a
talks given on UF to the associa-
tion last week by Turner.
Dr. Narot described UF's first
year drive as an "historic move-
ment which every rabbi and every
member of the Jewish community
should support."
Additionally, Dr. Narot said, he
will preach a sermon on the con-
cept of united community giving
at his synagogue, Temple Israel,
Friday night.
He .said that Rabbi Herbert M.
Baumgard, South Dade Jewish
Center, will also give a sermon on
UF Friday night.
Dr. Narot added that "it is hoped
; other rabbis in this area will tell
their congregations of UF Friday
night," which is just two days be-
fore UF's house-to-house drive
begins on United Fund Sunday.
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sent the final portion of Sister-
hood's by-laws and to complete
their adoption. The group, whose
membership has doubled since the
last meeting, is currently collect-
ing new rummage for a sale to be
held sometime in December in Ed-
ison Center.
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Volume 31 Number 46
Fridav. November 15. 1957
21 Heshvan 5718
Huleh-Major Achievement
The draining of Lake Huleh near Israels
southern border is a major achieveme
From an engineering point of view it
proves what undoubtedly needed no proof at
all that Israel, technologically, as n just
about every other way. is by far the most ad-
vanced nation in the Middle East.
The network of irrigation cancls that has
drained a swamp into the wcters of the Jordan
River to leave a 3.500-acre site free for agricul-
ture portends a major chance :r. :-e iCOnoJBk
structure of this doughty Ufti
But the Huleh achievement is also political.
The project was launched back in 1951 and hit
snag after snag due to the obstruction^m of the
Syrians at the United Nations. Recognizing the
advantcge that would accrue to Israel. Syria
sought to halt the drainage work because a
section of the canal is located in the Syrian-
Israel demilitarized zone.
For her part. Israel tried to interest the
Syrians in a joint operation in the area, not
enly with the purpose of enlarging the original
scope of the Huleh project, but with an eve to-
ward extending :ts benefits to her Arab neigh-
bors.
Spurned Israel refused to be daunted. The
tenacity that has marked every aspect of her
progress since the first moment of her indepen-
dence also marked the developments at Huleh.
Last week the dream became a reality when
t.te final obstruction was blasted away end
UM wafers began receding.
Why was there silence in the Syrian camp
during the last days of the operation?
. Syna was DusJy engaged with the Soviet
Union m cooking up an artificial war scare for
t.-.e Middle East. Sporting the Turks as immin-
ent invaders thev were too taken up to be
bothered with a "simple" drainage project.
The character cf by now stanaaid Arch
posture in the area remained D pad: as
rofjj ccced one more notable steD n her
march toward achievement for the benefit of
am :.::---.= Syria k .: embroiled in
-r -' dim d=s:c-.ed to per-
petual, unreafl end the threat cf all-cut Middle
r.as: :
A Magnanimous Gesture
Suspension of the Information Media Guar-
antee program fan Israel is unfortunate Sus-
pension comes as a result of some old-iashion-
M Administration politicking.
Secretary of State Dulles and his special
appomteeas Republican Party "consultant on
Jewish offers Bernard Katzen. cooked up a
scneme the summer of 1956 to show the
American Jewish community that the Admin-
istration was not so hostile to Israel afteraH.
Israeli pounds earmarked toward US
credit in Israel under the provisions of the In-
-ormation Media Guarantee program might
pe used Katzen and Dulles pondered, to foster
isra-li educational scientific and cultural activ-
-;:es in the interest of the American people
American Jews, they concluded, would be im-
pressed by this.
Katxens recommendations to the Adinini*-
tration following his whirlwind "fact-bndina"
tour of Israel which Congress almost imme-
diately turned down, are now about to be re-
^V**** m a congreesional mvestigation. Some
senators and representatives feel that the rec
tZZSS OM W*re ,ar from "Mtetaly mo-
The suspension of the Information Media
Guarantee program i*. the direct result of the
up-coming invesitgation.
We clearly remember the whole thing and
vociterouslyraised our protest in these columns
last year The Dulles-Katzen scheme came too
close to Presidential campaion time to be any-
thing more than a political pacifier for the
American Jewish community.
^The Information Media Guarantee pro-
gram permitted Israel to import American
oooks and periodical* and to pay for them with
be* own currency. Exporters of the books and
periodicals here were given U.S. dollars in ex-
change for the Israeli pounds.
Since the pounds were then allocated as
a L.S. credit in Israel, no one could stand to
United Fund Needs You
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is en organization of the givers. This means
that you. its supporters, have a hand in deter
mining where the gifts made to UF will go and
how much is to be allocated to each participat-
ing agency.
We think it is a good idea for ell of us to
remember these things as Greater Miami pre-
pares tor United Fund Sunday this weekend
Tae advantages of giving the United Fund
way are. of course, obvious. You will be called
upon only once this year for your fair share
in me ,arge and important task of supportinq
^o community organizations each of which
may very well serve your own sudden needo
m the unforeseen future.
n >,rI0U*WlI1/0,Jbe,tr0ubIed for a donation by
a host of individual organizations week after
FuS ir H l"*' Add **" ,he fa that
Fund makes the decisions as to priority need-
*! ^T*^ support-^nd you get
a pretty good idea that United Fund i. your
fund-raising and planning agency aiming at
wrrv"** h.ou~-to-1*" campaign gets under-
ELfSftJ-X? ^ V- volunteJr
.l^, V1 ,qms he mammoth task
rn.nt.on th. fact thm "h?hn??. io
by th. A The S31* milhon funH .. j
ocean by comparison But \1 f P '^ the
and advisor onUmSh ^etary DuUes
to show how "in^ested^Te ^T" mtmd
in IsraeL Their pot^u-ki(^/dmmMtration
i! sno< ^ia "zss^
ogains. Enghsh^ewU ZZmT'ZZS h>Vion
activities-os he h^donTso^cST ? ^
pasL je so vocally m tne
'Syria Follows a Policy of Positive Neutrality'
. .. Zeineddine
i > "x an iJjMi|
rftatte musical expression that hVlT '***1S
to, this art form_mu,ic,l expression. S,niJ2? ^S
Me away from the more prevalent^ c n,,m V' '""CrtS
classicism and Russian modernism To his aNPJf*T C^TS
example. V.IU-Lobo.s ha* brought the Sdittno^'f ,w* l
land in a series which he began in l9r Irh>1h^o(?*H
inlixe the naive expres.f.ons'VS M.^5 ^l
( haver. who.e works would in all probahihtv 1 fUD,er^J
except f.r the age of high fidelity. wcrt ,2eeS ^^ 5,
mand such ear -turning compositions as t,2 Md *fel
VilW W n-tionalism ,s an inCl 5r ?' '^ S3
focused upon a sensitive framework of r- ; ',.**
J .lla Lobos- return here to conduct the u Z^
a tribute to the false and therefore popular u le??hbe*B
ingly assumes the role of link with South \mi "Ul)lua'i
larger part, it ,s a tribute to the man as both ^S***-
For those who either attended or read ^,TTIBd
of the Frederic R. Mann auditorium in Tel \m ,h ^"^
le Jcarned in the aesthetic evolLJon of this roniJr,,lH
UVMHIN6S Of m ISBAU PHMMMK OKMUtU
THE ISRAEL PHILHARMONIC Orchestra has Jn
desp.tc its brief existence. Founded m iq* bTihTSf" !
Bronulaw Huberman. the orchestra became fre^'V
musical refugees from Nazi terror That -^,/vS? ?n th
Maestro Arturo Toscanini condudted the Israel Ph7h'al*?
concert in Tel Aviv 'iunnoBiri|
k JhL,0r!-an'^ti0n WaS a major morale the Middle Last during World War II. Whether or mS*
make this seem a travesty on the rap.di.v ,, .1TT3
M PhHharmonic frequently performe,, 2 .**+*
c.pal Egypt.an c.ties-once making an extended too/ifi?
the baton of Toscanini. ^ "r uw,
.'" ^ijiV'VVthe orchestr's borne has been an ahsurtlv-J
seating 1.000-absurd because music is such a MgSJ k
I-raehs. This more often than not neces*,ta.ed a!^f
additional special subscnpt.ons" played dunng the mmZS
Philadelphia philanthropist Frederic R. Mann uxmwtmi
dowed a new audrtonum seating 3.000 persons a* pt n,T
Cultural Centerproject for Tel Aviv. The new honToftJ
Philharmonic Orchestra, the auditorium was dedicated aJV
late last month with much fanfare and a lot of bad publ* i
whose aftermath only now begins to subside
Ot/T/CH TtMnST M 4 milSKAl riAPOT
CUCH OUTSTAHOIHG ARTISTS as violinist Isaac Stern ,-
* Artur Rubinsteinand no less a musical curiosity um Lasj3
Bernsteinwere among those gracing the Mann auditonua ops*
Preceding this premiere performance were m..nihs of umisJ
broadcast across the nation here for editors of various nisi
cations media.
Abruptly as the concert concluded, the releases sub,
for a clash in political ideology for which Israel i. jumIt faaocstl
doubly famtMis today, because only in the Jewish State could id
clash develop out of a totally non political project. In defenwH
philanthropist Mann and as a gesture to the American sola*!
Star Spangled Banner launched the programfollowed by M
The storm of protest that shook Israel over the slight a* 1
integrity the next day forces me to recall with more than !
that rLAikvahif any national anthems are represented tH
variably opens just about every Jewish functi i have ever mail
here, the Star Spangled Banner relegated to i ion.
In any case, what now of the Frederic R Mann auditoritrft
of the Israel Philharmonic' What of the days -jddenlv twt.
,/a",c from he Rishon LeZion highwav leading to the NfenhtL
be diverted in order to maintain a fair backgn ^nd of >JmU
i niinarmonc recording-sessions' No longer d the news meaall
riL P"'* '" ,be V*gUe **** tne clasn 0< P'I'""' "
fledgling chauvinism rise to dim the souni i meUifluots i"
and to remain with us long after the Mask is departed.
"tAfl'J tmuomo ART RK0RMR fOK POCTttfTr
EMI EWM-AW>'S ELECTRIC and Musical Industries. I
,. er1 yws ago moved thousands of sounds of eM
tne Jewu.h State to record the Israel Philharmonic Ortoestns^
cove .ed Angel label. As I see it. this was a mo\e equal in i***I
with the orchestra's initial performances under Toscanini s b I
No movie companyhowever predominant Jews may be a awl
woodhas cared to make a film worthy of motion picture at g
imperishable monument to the murder of the \ million. Tb>(*|
do more than all the propaganda of civil libertarian orpM*J
keep the memory of Nazi atrocity alive in th rscieacetfi
kind.
No such company has done more than make a third rate..
fui effort at exalting in films the War of Independence w^
heroec determination today that she shall, m the end. pre.
Neither has in the literary world, a major work *
form a similar service. But B.U.I president Pan.. Soria iadr
label, responding to the new nation's own cultural surge.
'a*k of recording in sound for the world what the world-.
American Jews thusfar failed to record in picture and ***
Emerging from the E.MJ. project are some of the *'3
"^"""CS of this decade's electronic dewtopment-w****^]
Phony N0. i In mtioT and Sympt>ony No 9 D nBJor. wjl
Mahler: Symphony No. 1 in B flat major. Symphony ^Vfe!*!
and Symphony No. 4 in D major. Schumann; and SymfK^JM
A minor Mendelssohn. With the exception t the Sctos^M
and
and
----- -...MriMunn. nun ine excepiion ^^^dMM
op. 120. which are singularly lacking in clarity *"?!
interpretation, these recordings, under the baton ofP*
wnrw lNr"' F*i,h*"Don' to be one of the f.nest orcbestra-j
WCIttt FAUarrj SNOW sW,nfMT omtatOH
U#HAT THEY DO u to redound upon the spirit of *J
Jewish State-, nation vibrant in ts art aluVwt* ^, i
seemingly never-ending battles for survival Vet oae s^j
word about these musical achievements-neither h^jLus*
themselves, who despite their higher talents -e.m to pre*
Ctitad v* Paa* I A


r, November 15, 1957
*Jewist tJcriaft/nn
ER TO THE EDITOR -
Page 5 A
Iditional Clarification Indicated
)R, The Jewish Floridian:
re are two errors in the ed-
on the need for Zionist elar-
Bn ("Some Zionist Clarifica-
cded," Oct. 18). The ZOA
of the Zionist movement
fhile a very important part, it
the entire movement.
[BenGurion did not,,blast the
His criticism was of the en-
fcionist movement, which in-
Hadassah, Labor Zionists,
thi. and other Zionist parties
are members of the World
\t Organization.
i-Gurion's statement and
lition of Ziorism were blast-
tv Moshe Sharett, former
Minister, and Foreign Min-
of Israel Giora Josephthal,
najority of the Central Exe-
|re Committee of Mapai (Mr.
Jurion's own party in Is-
Rose Halperin of Hadassah,
Jahum Goldmann and prac-
every outstanding Zionist
throughout the world,
therefore, find that it it
rurion against all leading
and Zionist thinkers.
non-Zionists have taken is-
rith him.
ice "ill not permit an expose
fallacy behind his iconoclas-
inking. Ambassador Abba
las on innumerable occasions
led the need of an organized
fct movement and praised the
3f the ZOA. The ZOA House
ael has become the cultural
of life in Israel, ft was not
built by the ZOA but support-
that organization, and it
as a monument to the work
the ZOA is doing for and on
if Israel. It also supports
far Silver Agricultural Train-
hool.
Nth respect to the American
sh League, the editorial
ps a very pointed remark
it states "that organixalion
one on record with a clear,
jctionable, definition of its
brand of Zionism." Under
| democratic concepts of our
^nization, we cannot prevent
i group of people from creat-
I a new organization even if
|r motives are questionable,
their ultimate end will
^te only confusion.
the time of the creation of
{roup. the ZOA issued a state-
It, therefore, would have
j superfluous to have discussed
Organization at the last nation-
)A convention.
?re is anal her error in the
rial. Mr. Ben-Gurion is the
man for Israel as a nation.
Is not the spokesman for the
Id Zionist Organization, the
Sh Agency or the people of
insofar as their relationship
Incerncd, on a non-national ba-
Vith other Jews throughout th?
p. For Zionists and for Zion-
problems, Dr. Nahum Gold-
as president of the World
i Organization, and the Zion-
Iciions Committee as the exe-
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;j thi tu si '
cutive of the World Zionist Or-
ganization are the only spokesmen.
Mr. Ben-Gurion is not a member of
the Zionist Actions Committee, nor
an officer of the World Zionist Or-
ganization.
SEYMOUR B. LIEBMAN
Miami Beach
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
I am .sure that thousands of Jews
in our community who do not write
letters to the editor are very much
fed up ami disgusted wilh the
methods Mr. Mindlin uses to dis-
tort the news concerning the
achievement of Orthodoxy. He
never failed yet to incite ignorant
people to come out and call Orth-
odox Jews dictators. It these peo-
ple would be "goyim." we would
call them anti-Semites,
Let the public know the facts.
Because of Rabbi Stern and his
plan, the attendance of children in
the synagogues and temples have
increased 1,000 percent. Let any
rabbi deny this fact.
Let any rabbi deny the fact
that he followed the plan both
on the first oart and the last part
of the holidays, with the excep-
tion of Rabbi Kronish, whose ec-
centric views on Judaism inter-
est only a very small and unre-
ligious element of our commun-
ity.
Let the rabbis praise in public
their colleague, Rabbi Stern, who
f'chay
has proven to be not only a scholar
but also the wise and practical
spiritual leader of our community.
The Jewish Floridian is respon-
sible to react against statements of
bigotry and brother-hatred. Ortho-
doxy stands for the. Torah, for the
Talmud and for the Jewish law as
given to the. .Deopje of Israel at
Sinai. Is God also a dictator?
It seems that the un-Orthodox
Jews would like to create a di-
vision in Jewry, calling Ortho-
doxy totalitarian and the rest
democratic. How ironic this
sounds; how arrogant this is.
It is about time we understand
that any group outside the Ortho-
dox group has no legal status in
Israel. Their kind of Jews are des-
ignated as poshea yisrael."
HARVEY TENDLER
Miami Beach
mind that the rabbi's stand was
both realistic and legal.
I must react against the head-
lines that The Jewish Floridian
uses. When a letter to the editor
is published, it seems thai letters
favoring Rabbi Stern, including his
own statements, are misconstrued
through prejudiced headlines;
while anything written contrary to
the rabbi is heralded.
Should not a paper be unbias in
presenting information which is
not editorial material?
DAVID KREVAT
Miami Beach
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
Please accept my few words to
commend Rabbi Stern for his cour-
ageous action in placing the prac-
tical safety of the religious obser-
vance of our children above the
far-fetched theory of State and
Church separation.
Rabbi Stern has proven his mili-
tant stand in every religious and
communal issue here. A great seg-|
ment of our community trusts his |
judgment in intricate issues of re- j
ligion and Jewish law, and there I
should be no doubt in any person's
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
The copy of a letter I wrote to
the British Museum is enclosed.
The letter is self-explanatory, and
of tremenrf-us import to scholarly
Jews and others. Should the Sha-
pira fragments be found, they may
prove as valuable as the Dead Sea
Scrolls.
Perhaps a reader may be in a po-
sition to shed light on the where-
abouts of these lost scraps. But, un-
til the authenticity of the parch-
ments are finally decided, search
for them should not be given up:
The-British Museum
London, England
In July 1883. an antiquities deal-
er. M. W. Shapira. "created a sen-
sation by offering to the British
Museum for 1,000.000 a collec-
tion of leather strips containing
variants of Moses' addresses in
Deu'eronon'v. which he claimed to
have found in a cave, and which he
U -!ed were of preexilic origin"
fEncy. of Jew. Know)., Jacob de
Haas p. 509. 1928i. "These he de-
clared h? received from a Bedou'i
who had found them in a cave in
the Moab." (The Jew. Ency., Vol.
11, p. 233).
The articles in these encyclope-
dias declare Shapira's finds were
exposed as forgeries when investi-
gators discovered quite recent lines
ruled on the parchments, and the
ancient Hebrew script written on
these lines no less recent. The
"forger," Shapira, fled the scene
and died a suicide the following
year.
What became of the Shapira
parchments- It may be our sci-
entific advances since his time
might' prove the strips to have
been genuine after all. The Dead
Sea Scrolls, and other fragments
found in 1947 in the Judean
caves, seem to indicate Shapira's
claim that his documents were
found in a remote cave might
have had some validity.
Certainly, Shapira would not
i have come forward unless the
parchments proffered bv him were
undeniably ancient. The rulings
and the superimposed writing may
have been his genuine effort to
bring out the faded lettering, not
to create fakes. He was a dealer in
these things and not a scientist
with all the resources we have to-
day to restore or establish the gen-
uineness of an ancient document.
The Shapira fragments may not
have been preexilic, but they may
well have been as old as those
found in the Dead Sea region. If so,
j should they prove authentic, Sha-
pira would be vindicated, and the
world would acquire writings of
inestimable value.
There is a need to find the Sha-
pira parchments to prove or dis-
prove his claims.
LEWIS HABER
Miami Beach
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*jewist>fk>r*M*t7
Traveling Israelis Stop Over Here
Miami area businessmen uvres-
fem are -howing great faith in Is-
r.n'l'l rapid industrial growth, four
members of an Israel industrial
goodwill mission said hen' l.i-i
Industrialists Simcha Golan. Leon
J I.einkram. Hothc Wtiaglaas ami
Shimon Horn, held mantiiyi with
local business and civic loaders to
familiarize them with [snel't de
velopOMnl and pt*ntak -
Weisglass pointed out that Mi-
amians fueh as Samuel Fried-
land and Dan Ruskin have for
several years invested in hotels
and oil and asbestos industries,
while other Miamians are con-
nected with production of tires,
pipe and metals.
The visitor> received kiys to the
City Of Miami Beach Horn louncil-
m..n Marcie I.ibermaii. and went
.111 rightaaalf tours. They and
live other industrialists'\i.Mted 18
American and Canadian cities dur-
f J 1 f
Welcoming Israel industrialists to City ol Miami Beach is
Councilman Marcie Liberman (seated) at Miami Beach City
Hall, following ceremonies in which visitinq Israelis received
keys to city. Left to right are Simcha Golan. Shimon Horn,
Moshe Weisglass and Leon J. Leinkram.
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Christmas Urges
One Final Push'
Mayor Randy Christmas this
greek ureed his friends and sup-
porters to get ready for "one final
posh" thi> weekend prior to next
Tnesdaj primary.
The candidate for reelection said,
"If my friends work as hard in
the next few days as they have
over the pest several weeks. I am
confident that we will get a very
I fine vote on Tuesday." Christmas
I also urged hi- friend.- to "try hard
to turn out a big vote on Tuesday."
The Miami mayor, wfio has
been in office since 1955, also
served a term as Miami city com-
missioner from 1953 to 1955. He
is the only candidate for mayor
with city commission experience.
Supporters of Christme* have
been pointing to the "two good
years" for Miami and its resi-
dents during the Mayor's edmin-
i istration.
Among the achievements that
they point to are harmonious co-
operation on the city commission.
"This has been one of Mayor Christ
ma-' goals for the past two years.
He has worked hard to supplant
bickering with dignity and decor-
um." they said.
The city manager, whose job it is
to" handle the administrative end
of the. government, has been able
to work unfettered during Mayor
Christinas' two years in office and
this policy should be continued.
| they added.
In addition, the city employees
| have received a 40-hour work week.
aad unproved standards. These are
a few of the factors contributing
to better morale and better city
government.
pective investors in nearly 600
individual enterprises in trie 12
main branches of industry.
"We also need the people, the
American know-how and industrial
patents to be successful," Weis-
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He pointed out that foreign in-
vestors are exempt from all prop-
erty taxes for fjve, _
only a Iht-om >e**J
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vJewlsii ihrkHan
fish Agencies Will
efit from UF Drive
Lr Hie Jewish Vocational
1111 h of the Jewish Fam-
agency will be raised
LM Fund of Dade UOU.l-
Jewirh Family Serv-
krfuL Wwien's
Says Here
.:-.., t-~-- twice as
ncies.
Ico in irno-pn* rnnsirl-
;- vio ~',, Wav we can
\t\r\ ftninHpvi cor>j}rnte
have kept us all work-
..:., -on 'tly in the
"iv'in said.
Mn ?'c. :,i1...|i,,c| |0
not in th" community
;. ..Q vo-c to'd soiici-
Chest 'hit "my hn4-
;i his business" or "at
*n 'h-uld f>el that
vi*a he dinq her
|mw>fan the well-being
nnninHv bv helping
Mw'ai that make our
un--<"'' nla^e to live
uo ehi'dren," she said.
i cau*ion*] solicitors that
^s<> thev se a siin indi-
man of thp house gave
ir share in his business
Id not pass the home by.
Is there are others living
no who wint to give," she
ly younger and older
vinti in homes want to do
re."
ice was a Community Chest agency
ii previous years, funds for its
JVC branch had been raised
hough the Greater Miami Jewish
L "('oration's Combined Jewish Ap-
peal.
Under the new arrangement,
Federation will be the interim-
Hisry for UF Funds for the en-
tire JFS organization, along with
the Jewish Home foe the Aged
and the Greater Miami Jewish
Community Center, also Fund
agencies.
The vocational service branch
-tf JFS works in three fields: plac-
ing unemployed persons in jobs,
giving individual and group guid-
ance on jobs and careers to per-
sons, and operating a sheltered
workshop for Displaced Persons
and others in this area who have
orohlems making it difficult for
them to find work.
Greater Miami Jewish Commu-
nity Center operates four
branches throughout the area for
the leisure-time needs of all age
groups in the Jewish community,
from tots in nurseries through
Golden Age groups.
Jewish Home for the Aged, one
of the finest institutions for the
aged in the nation, is currently
mapping plans to enlarge its ca-
pacity to 110 beds and to launch
a geriatrics research program on
its Douglas Gardens site in con-
junction with the University of
Miami Medical School.
Combined Jewish Appeal will
augment UF's contributions to
these three United Fund-Federa-
tion agencies.
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vention of the New England Coun-
cil of the Union of American He-
brew Congregations when it con-
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cester, Mass., this weekend.
The New England Council is one
of the 17 regions of the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations
in the United States and Canada,
with a membership of over 1,000,-
000 men, women and children. The
New England Council is composed
of 24 congregations. Its director is
Rabbi Melvin Weinman, of Temple
Israel in Waterbury, Conn.
The assemblage will hear soec-
ial addresses by Gov. Foster Fur-
colo of Massachusetts, at the
closing luncheon on Monday, and
from Rabbi Maurice N. Eisen-
drath, president of the UAHC,
who will be the principal speak-
er at the opening banquet Sat-
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Rabbi Eiscndrath will present
the gathering with a blueprint to
strengthen and extend Reform Ju-
daism in New England. In addition,
Miss Jane Evans, executive direc-
tor of the National Federation of
Temple Sisterhoods, will speak to
meetings on Sunday evening and
Monday.
Miss Evans recently called for
complete equality with men in Re-
form Judaism by urging the appro-
val of women in the rabbinate.
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Joint Defense Appeal Honors
MUVIN MOCK
SIMON KIFKIND
THE WEEK... US I SEE IT.
NEW YORK Former Judge
S'mon ft Riftlod and Mclvm A.
Block, president of Block Drug Co.,
pests "i honor at a dinner
.I h> ih<- Joint Defense Ap-
pei I Wednesday in the Hotel Com-
oro.
Joint Defense Appeal is the fund-
raising arm Oi UN American Jewish
itec and Anti-Defamation
e of B'nai B nth. the nation's
oldest and largest agencies combat-
[Otry and promoting inter-
faith harmony. JDA's 1957 goal la
000.
Tie dinner wn highlighted
by the presentation of the fourth
annual Human Rights Award to
former President Harry S. Tru-
man for contributions to tha
growth of human freedom and
dignity, according to Arnold M.
Grant, well-known attorney hero.
Continued from Page 4 A
Grant, who made the announce-
ment in his capacity as general
chairman of the current Joint De-
of political imbroelio. nor from American .lews who a*ume 'hev are
the speokesmen for Zionist fulfillment: a!th own export of teeth-clenching Kol Israel recordings featuring Puccini fense Appeal campaign said that
I the annual Human Rights Award
arias translated into Hebrew! | dinner "is the community's oppor-
For a people bent upon their own cultural achievement. Israelis tunity to re-affirm our democratic
might well take up where Angel seems only to have begun While heritage and to express the hopes,
not indigenous works, music lovers everywhere would experience the aspirations and the objectives
great joy in fine performances by the Israel Philharmonic of much-:of the future for ourselves and for
needed new recordings, for example, of "Poemes Juif" and "Sacred!all Americans."
Service." by Darius Milhaud. as well as of Avodas Hakodesh." "Israel ^.. __ ,
Symphony" and "Baal Shem." bv Brnost Bloch. No less could one', He added ,hat "for ,nos* of us
look forward to Israel composer Ben-Havim >uitahlv recorded I Harr> S Truman some of lhe most
fateful and wonderful years of the
These and others might easily be the stuff of a new cultural ex-[human race, his indomitable lead-
presaton to take the place of some of Israel's by now tattered, often jersn,P '" wr. his resoluteness in
ixcessively chauvinistic modes. The nationalism of a Villa Lobos de-1 peace, will always remain an in-
scribes a direction away from the battle over priority in national [spiring example of the vitality of
anthems: no less patriotic, it is infinitely more wholesome E.M.I jour American way of life."
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is a former chairman of tha ad
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Block, well-known for his com-
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n Jersey City, where his pharmu
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member 15. 1957
* Jew is I) Meridian
Page 9 A
li M. Kaplan (left), professor of Philosophies of Re-
bel Dr. H. L. Ginsbarq, professor of Biblical History and
e, botli of Jewish Theological Seminary of America,
juct a weekend Torah Institute sponsored by United
tie of America for 300 synaqoque leaders at Concord
jrr.esha Lake, N.Y., Nov. 15 to 17. Institute will pre-
| organization's biennial convention, Nov. 17 to 21.
larations 'Will Continue
man Finance Boss Says
Continued from Pg 1 A
isidered by him or any of his aides. He added that state-
at the total cost of the program was running well above five
ollars were merely estimates whose accuracy had not yet
litely established.
I'* comments were evoked by hint* from Fritx Schaeffer,
nous Finance Minister, th V it might be desirable to defer
ion of the program because costs were unexpectedly high.
related development, representatives of the claims confer-
ed leading members of the West German Bundestag to pre-
kpping of the Parliament's Indemnification Committee. Dur-
ast session, the committee made order out of the chaos of the
ndemnification program, but considerable pressure was re-
the Lower House against reconstituting the committee for
tni session.
i representatives here feared that disappearance of the
while two-thirds of the indemnification program remained
plemented would be interpreted by hostile circles as sign of
Adenauer administration interest in the program.
Group Names
in Vice President
[F. W. Pearson, president
Diversity of Miami, was
be president of the Assn.
Universities at the con-
its annual meeting in
week.
ceeds Philip Davidson,
of the University of
who was elected to the
of the association. Nor-
^uburn, president of the
of Akron, continues in
[secretary-treasurer,
fociation has 81 member
id universities, both pub-
rivate. it was organized
lo bring together institu-
ted in urban areas and
I concerned with commun
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North Dade Center Plans
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Saturday evening, 8:30 p.m., the
Men's Club of North Dade Jewish
Center will sponsor a Jewish-Amer-
ican star-studded revue, featuring
Morris and Lillian Conrad in a se-
tt*l Of sketches, songs, and come-
dies.
Appearing with the Connrads
will be Sdsha Leonoff and Florence
W el is, popular stars of the Jewish
stage.
Jack Friedland, president of the
Men's Club, announced there are
still tickets available at the Centei
office..
Europe's Orthodox Rabbis
Slam Liberal, Reform Jewry
TEP Praises
Builder Mintzer
A Miami Beach builder. Jack
Mintzer, was honored with an in-
SCribed plaque by the University
of Miami's Tau Epsilon Phi frater-
nity Saturday afternoon during
dedication of the new fraternity
house.
Dr. J. F. W. Pearson, president
of the University of Miami, join-
ed with TEP executive secretary
Sidney Sontag of New York, and
hundreds of TEP alumnae pres-
ent, in honoring Mintzer for his
efforts in construction of the
house.
Mintzer, a local builder, arranged
for Leonard and Robert Glasser,
architects, to design the $150,000
Jan. 3, with the exception of
tion.
AMSTERDAM (JTA) Liberal
and Reform approaches to Judaism
were denounced this week as dan-
gerous to the integrity and continu-
ity of the Jewish community at
closing sessions of the, European
Conference of Orthodox Rabbis.
Chief Rabbi Aaron Schuster of
Amsterdam said that Reform rab-
bis often accepted non-Jewish
women for conversion after Ortho-
dox rabbis refused to accept them.
He added he would never acknowl-
edge such proselytes, implying that
Holland's Orthodox rabbis would
follow his lead. Rabbi Israel Bro-
die. Chief Rabbi of Great Britain,
in his warning of the alleged dan-
gers of Liberal forms of Judaism,
told.a press conference that Ortho-
dox rabbis considered Liberal Ju-
daism a deviation from the tradi-
tional interpretation.
Chief Rabbi Milchior Marcus
of Copenhagen reported that
there was a "remarkable inter-
est" in conversions to Judaism
in Denmark and a similar inter-
est was reported by Rabbi A. Hol-
ier of Dortmund as existing in
West Germany.
The delegates approved a reso-
lution declaration that the restora-
tion of the Jewish State in the
Holy Land was a "clear token of
the grace of God towards the Jew-
ish people," and that religion was
the the only lasting link between
Jews in Israel and Jews outside of
Israel. It was announced that Chief
Rabbi Jehuda Levin of Moscow,
who had indicated he planned to
attend the conference, had been
unable to do so because of "indis-
position."
'I he delegates discussed the seri-
ous shortage of rabbis and re-
ligious teachers affecting all Euro-
pean Jewry. Prayers were recited
to the Dutch royal family and for
the memory of the victims of
Nazism.
Michael Clein Gets Coveted
Scouting Award at Ceremony
Michael Allen, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Clein, 4360 SW 1st st., re-
ceived the Eagle Award at Boy
Scout ceremonies Wednesday eve-
ning, Nov. 6.
Michael is a member of Kinloch
Park Troop 362, where his father
is explorer advisor. He has been
active in scouting for nine years
and as present is assistant junior
scout leader.
Michael is an honor student at
Coral Gables High School, where
he is on the varsity swimming
team.
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+Jewlstincr*M9n
Arabs Still Scheming
One Year After UNEF
Continued from Pag* 1 A
who had k>Mced into the situa-
tion on bhlf of the Council.
'"urgently" and call a meeting ot
the'Security Council which would Mr Jawad was expected here t
again take up the Jordanian com- call the Council into session on
alleging that an Israeli af- the Jordanian grievance next week
I..rotation project in no-mans Col. 1 eary is in thi- country DOW,
land, south of Jerusalem ronstitut
cd a military threat.
On* meeting on this issue was
held by tht Council two months
ago, and a repert wes received
from Col. Byron V. Loary, acting
chief of the United Nations
Truce Supervision Organization,
He an: Highlights
His Experience
B E. Hearn Miami city commis-
sioner since 1953. will be on the
ballot again this year for reelec-
Born in Dunedin. Fla.. near the
turn of tht ccnturv. Hearn car
UM I in 1910. and in
W2~. he built the home which has
boast > the pa^t 30 >
The HmOM recently celebrated
tht list sal> and have a
.laughter.
Professionally, Hearn has work-
ed with the land, packing citrus
fruits and vegetables. He was
a blacksmirh. He worked for
real estate and insurance firms.
He was an engineering division
inspector for the Florida State
Road Department for almost ten
years and then continued follow-
ing his engineering career with
the City of Miami, master Air-
port, FHA and later the U S.
Federal Engineers. He served as
secretary-treasurer of the Mc-
Caughan Plumbing Company.
n a commis-
- received the
numoer of
-upp irter- declare "he
te (be 40-hour work
I r municipal emp.
which was ultimately accomplished.
He has main! a firm hand
with regar .,:imng and
. leadership
reen of direct aid to several
Uami's leading departments
which have received both state-
wide and : -ioclaim for ex-
-,ce "
:m has been good to me and
rtiaat reason. I de-
:dea to r.. sj an age when
might seek retire-'
arn >aid.
on personal business, but l/nited
Murcei were ii"t certain
.hat he would be Baked to Hag M
to attend the scheduled Counci
roeetin- There were report" here
':h. wmk that 1-rael had halted
the afforestation project in defer
ence to Security council fcelin>
against it as expressed here two
months ago.
Meanwhile. Syria was BCCMaag
Israel along with Turkey, of
launch.n-j 'new Ac
cording to a statement issued in
Damascus, and reported here Syria
claimed that its armed forces
ight a 40-minute "battle" against
liter an alleged Is-
raeli attack near the fortified hor-
de (iHagl I A! Tawfik
:>t was
making difficultly for I NKK on | Cliff Home, city commission can-
:he anniversary of the creation of jdidate from Group 4. this week re-
ce Cairo government i
Ben Frank, of New York City,
member of Habonim, has
been elected national chair-
man of American Zionist
Youth Council, representative
body of ten Zionist youth
movements in America.
Home Lashes Out
Af Tax Increases
once more insisting, a- it has in the
the l N pay rent on
| :he Gaza Strip
l"NEF border pa"
UN Tells Israel
Of Three* Unless
Project Ceases
Continued from Page 1 A
MAC meetings on this front,
thev do deny the commission's
jurisdiction over the Hulh proj-
ect, which is being carried out
entirely on Israeli territory, some
of which is in a demilitarized
zone.
However, because of the shoot
brad may attend the VAC
- n and reverse a year-long
policy
newed his attack on the recently-
raised property tax in Miami.
At a scries of political rallies
and at meetings of civic and fra-
ternal organizations. Home charged
thai the property tax "is unjust
I mUJ."
"Miami is growing at the rate
of 25 per cent each year," Horn*
said, "in new residents, new busi-
nesses, new hotels and new mo-
tels.
The id.led tam derived from
- growth are enough to pay for
the normal increase in the cost of
operating the City of Miami." he
claimed.
Home, chief examiner for the
Miami Civil Service Board for two
years, also charged that Miamians
haven't derived anv benefits from
these new taxes and that, in fact,
"this high, unjust property tax ac-
While the Israeli, paid no heed ,uall.%, des,rys homestead exemp-
rjao threatsholding them to
be violation- of the armistice pact
they have taken the advice of UN
observers offered after the shoot-
ing and suspended wwrk on the
Huleh project
Bomber Blames
Other Party
Continued from Pa
1 A
Her Tamid in Two f refits
Temple rear Tamid will hold a J^UnT^ L
:' m party and barbecue for teen-
; *er> Saturday evening at the Sea The defendant appeared entirelv
l-rook motel unruffled when witnesses pointed
Also planned is a volley ball and lo hian as the actual thrower of
touch football tourney between'the grenade, and he calmly took
t!" Ta.n,,<1 ,*"d lataaaa oi .Norm notes for cross-examination, which
Center at Tatum he conducted without the aid of
Hon.'
Home pledged that "when I'm
elected I will do everything I can
to slash these high property tax-
es."
The 45-year-old candidate also
promised to oppose further bay bot-
tom fill.
A native of Tifton. Ga.. Home
has been a resident of Miami since
j 1932 He is district representative
j for the Universal Match Corp.
Home, running for his first
[litical office, is a member of
mcrous civic and fraternal
^situations.
po-
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or-
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Fashion Guild
Picks Hoffman
Members at the 10th anniversary
election meeting of the Men s
warning that I do not say you 1. F*5nn Guild of Miami Beach this
counsel
In excellent
challenged a
Hebrew, he once
witness with the
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n Roc will make ,t perfection,
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parties from 1 O to 1 200.
nt LAWRENCE MANNING. BANQUET MANAGER
Ji 2 2561
Jacques Oi.M.i. MaHts d Motel
week voted Lawrence Hoffman
proprietor of Urns Men's Wear
their new president
Other officers chosen at the
Guilds election are Morris Kaga-
nov. first vice president; Mickey
Hayes, second nee president: Dave
Miller, secretary; and AJ Leslie
treasurer
tWal ef derechar. fe, h com-
ing reer connsists of George Fur-
"an. Meory Stem Al Zablo. Ab-
bey Lane. Lou Creenbarg, Joe
* *"* Jules
Gillette. Linn, Berlin and Gillette
past prew dent
Gutid.
of the
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| Installation of the new officers
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nual beeMeak dinner t the Fon
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Flagler-Granad. Jewish Commu Thls *,^7 C*r
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nity Center this week announced
registration Monday and Tuesday.
Dec. 2 and 3 for winter day camp.
Dec. 2 and 3 for Winter Day Camp.
The Flagler-Cranada Day Camp
will be primarly open to children
through the ages of 6 to 12 and
will feature daily activities super-
vised by professional group lead-
ers.
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Our Million Dollar Redecoration Proew
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hotel, with the widest electionof
facilities for any function, from the
smallest group to a banquet for one tk
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15. 1957
* Jewish noridiar
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Villa-Lobos, Frances Yeend Slated
With UM Orchestra Sunday, Monday
enownend composer and conduc-
tor Heitor Villa-Lobos will wield
the baton at the University of Mi-
ami's second symphony concert of
the season Sunday and Monday
evenings at Miami Beach and Dade
County auditoriums.
Joining Villa-Lobos will be so-
ity came to the fore in the ele-
mental rhythms, new forms and ex-
otic style of much of this output.
He was appointed supervisor and
director of musical education in
the public schools of Rio de Ja-
neiro in 1931 and he has revolu-
tionized the methods of public mu-
prano Frances Yeeu4 in the first ft ^TaT If 51'' ?* rganiZ"
. ied the Orfeso de Professores, a
American performance of Villa- Ura;ni.n -i____i -_ ....u._.
uz.ein, American Jewish leader and spiritual
nortgotk>n B'nai Jeshurun of New York City,
n consecration ceremony of synagogue built
n Hebrew University's new campus at Givat
m. Ark of Law is in backerround. Synagogue
r.lirious center for 4,000 students now attending
PA Wins Mention in Exam
lenenbaum, 1080 NE
Miami Beach, won
Btion for the Elijah
Watt Sells awards
being among the
eight highest
scoring candi-
dates taking all
four parts of the
uniform Certified
Accountant exam-
ination last No-
vember.
Approximately
P 000 candidates
throughout the
|took the examination,
Jministered by the
of accountancy.
it office manager
accounting firm of
Mardor. He was
m the University of
Hth an AB degree,
his MBA from the
; School. Tenen-
nber of the Florida
:pa.
Watt Sells awards
bed by the American
ICertified Public Ac-
lional professional or>
1924.
at IM "
largest and moat coa-
sted hotel. 2500 outside
bath and free radio,
>ny. Direct tunnel con-
.nnsylvenia Station. Al
i fecilitlet at door. Three
restaurants
NM cOFf HOUS.
I THUAO CAM
Doublet I Suite*
[from t| I LsSaGUA. J*. niitni
1 W. COll. 6- u,,
KSSAGUA HOTfLS-l
CA. CAl Hot.l M'ramor
aiF. Hot.l Saint* CWra
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Hot.l El RMche
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PN. O.C. Hotel Raleigh
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in. O. Hotel Slaton
f CITY Hot.l New Yorler
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> Miowttr HiAopuA.tiis
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p e> sotutoh n. mu i
pd-lomed ketets
I it rvuoFaultily I
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.T BROS R>r
the BlK I '
performance of Villa
Lobos' own "Chant et Orchestra."
Miss Yeend will also be heard in
"Elsa's Dream," from Lohengrin,
and "Dich Teure Halle," from Tann-
hauser, by Richard Wagner.
Also scheduled on the program
re Villa-Lobos' svmohonic tran-
scription of Bach's Prelude and
Fugue No. 6, Wagner's Overture
to Die Meistersinger, Four Dani-
as Sinfonicas, by Julian Orbon,
and Vi!lai.ofcos' Dansas Afrl-
caines.
Villa Lobos produced a flood of
music in the years following his
first concert in 1915, in which his
boldness and inexhaustible curios-
training school for teachers,
through which his system and
teachings have been carried
throughout the nation.
Villa-Lobos has produced 1,300
compositions among which are
16 chores, 11 symphonies, 16
string quartets, five concertos
for piano and orchestra, two con-
certos for cello and orchestra
and four suites.
Miss Yeend, in a few short years,
has become a top name in the
musical world.
As a leading soprano of the New
York City Opera San Antonio Op-
era Festival, Cincinnati Summer
Opera, New Orleans Opera, and
HEITOR VILLA-LOBOS
the Northwest Grand Opera Assn.,
she has gained an enviable repu-
tation.
This advertisement sponsored by the following supporters of Commissioner B. F. Hearn:
Sanford S. Faunce, Jack M. Fink, Gerold Forman, Eddie Fishbein,
Mrs. Jane Goldman, Mrs. Helen Fried, Ben W. Slote,
Phillip Schiff, Mary A. SchrK, Mrs. Albert S. Dubbin.
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Kurman Urges Redemption of CJA
Pledges as Cash Need Looms Great
,,.,.. .,hi\.l .1 (i, "too the uih nf l*et vanae* i* U.____*
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An urgent appeal to "see the job of last year in
through" was made here this week and nearly 10
t>\ Aba Kurman. chairman of the '
CJA cash collections drive, at a
meeting of community leaders.
Pointing out that the desperate
mill lor cash may impair the ser-
\i,' of Miami institution-, chair-
man Kurman emphasized that Com-
bined Jewish Appeal pledges can-
no! go to work to help people in
need unless they arc redeemed and
turned into cash.
Max Lerner. eminent author, lecturer and teacher, makes pres-
entation of Szyk Hagaddah to Rabbi Leon Kronish in recogni-
tion of Temple Beth Shoiom's purchase of S129.000 in Israel
Housing Bonds diuma recent rugh Holy Day appeals. Pres-
entation was made al Temple Saturday eveninq before "SRO"
audience, which heard distinguished journalist in an inside re-
port on his visit to Israel two weeks aqo.
100 Club Wares To Go on Display
sj 70 business i!;-- laj n II
feature this year's Merchan
Marl to be -:.< led by the 100 Club
of Dade ( ount) on Wednesday at
the (n.wn bx ti ling | c|ub
presidenl Lew B Braverman.
Onlj members' wares aril] he
shown I be -i\> ear-old UK) Club
ot Dade Count) now rates next to
the New York 100 Club in sc
The New \ ip is 20 yean
The lt>o Clubs consist of one'
from .
i professional
Heidi
The one-night business show
will take the form of a merchan-
dise midway spotliahtin3 mem-
ber*' products in fashions, jewel-
ry, furs, handbags, home appli-
ances, autos, business equip-
ment, metal, glass, wood, plas-
tics, concrete, paints and steel,
and numerous professional ser-
vices.
Carnival coordinator is Helen Al-
pert, with Leonard Cotoman, Renee
Newman and Howard Branston as-
iig.
The event starts al 6:30 p.m.
with cocktails and dinner. Admis-
sion to the Big Top is at 8:30 p.m.
iktee members include Mil
Malakoff. Ronald Barnette.
II Weiaberg, Louis Rein
stein. Marshall Simmons. Samuel
J. Bars and Al Sherman.
"Th most dramatic situation
requiring payment of pledges is
the current immigration crisis in
Israel," Kurman said. He quoted
returning Miamians from abroad
as saying that "only cash can
he'o bolster the shaky immigra-
tion program at this time."
Th i- the prineii n why
the l sited Jewish Appeal recently
launched a nationwide cash drive
to secure S30.000.0XX) from local
community campaign- before De-
cember. 1957
It you were building a house,
you wouldn't stop w,tn t(1 u.,n.
You'd see the job through. Aad
there can't be any half way stop
in the aid you have pledged to
some 100.000 new immigrants to
Israel." said Kurman
"Your support of the United
Jewish App-al has helped to
bring thousands of refugees
from terror and oppression to
Israel and other free landshas
helped some of them to get set-
tled in new homes and new jobs.
But the job is only half done.
Give them their chance. If you
have not yet paid your pledge-
do it now."
Kurman reported to Federation
president Aaron M. Kanner that
collections of his committee are
timater* five percent ahead
ft
HAS THE VALUE OF
YOUR HOME GONE UP
400% ?
tOt ASSESSMENTS HAVE!
LET'S STQ? SOAKING
r unu MftiBwiMuj
Help Yourself To
Sensible Assessmcnrs-Good Government
Sossin to Attend
BB Dedication
Michael Sossin. Blackstone hotel
owner, will be part of Greater Mi-
ami's Distnct 5 B'nai Bnth dele-
attendin* B'nai B'rtth'a Hoe.
'24 dedication ceremonies ,,f |y
i Washincton. n.c.
H Will also attend the special
di etissii n there on the district's
ater help to the
i citizens.
red bv the
'itixen-
an Jure Sossin was named
eha.rman of District 5s Commit-
tf* for the Aging to develop day
cer.te.j a-,d employment centers
for the elderly.
ver
i Yir
B arolina,
trict 5 is E \'-
Merritt Island
BUY A LOT NOW-Only $199
$9 Down-$5 a Month
Wo Interest or Taxes During Life of Contract
ACT NOW!
10% Off for Cash Title Insurance
Prudential
Land Company
KM. 807 01YMPIA BLOC., MIAMI, FUL
XOatftttfaMaf jn Later Years'
'>! in Later '
: an 8 p m lec-
n Sat-
at the Spinoza Out-
andOce.nct.
*.H mark the sixth lecture
on The An of Lmng-
j At 8:30 pm. Bf Jacques Fres-
r Miami psychologist, will ad-
cress the forum A question and
answer period will follow.
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MI FJTATf SAUSkUM
mm Good Commission.
* n.. /th Ave. mo 1-1448
10,000 ACRE RANCH
0 A HIGHWAY
$10t pe, Aert
lEfTCOTT REALTY
INVESTMENTS
** Krst Street
tanx arras, ru
WSOn 5-4421
the regular drive
Percent ahead of
1956 in the emergency fund drive.
"However, there are many thous-
ands of dollars that remain men
and inactive simply because the;
are 'pledge dollars.' and we can
not help the men, women and chil
dren in Dade county and in Israel
until they become "live dollar
CJA contributors are urged to
seTtd-Their Thetlts" at "once to Tfur
man at the Federation office, 420
Lincoln rd., Miami Beach.
lay,
^""cfclecf*,!
, W|* tad t
'" *' be,. i
Milk* fultunTSi
ngtonaw oJ2S
hour fcliows. '
Training Sdteai J
Miami BeathHiai
noon at the j
'-'la Wallfhan'
Sarah Czech
^anuation.
PULL TKS
CHRISTMAS!
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PROYEH LEADERSHIP 1
PROVEN INTKRffl!
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ler 15, 1957
* Jewish HcrkUan
Page 13 A
^ell-pleased with what they saw, Sam H. Rost,
Jin and Dr. Morris Goodman, trustees and found-
Inai Hospital, discuss new $7,000,000 Mt. Sinai
kg onen house partv Sunday afternoon at con-
on Collins Island, Miami Beach.. Dr. Goodman
jiqn chairman of Combined Jewish Appeal.
Lake Drained as New
for Agriculture Unfolds
-(JTA)Engineers touched a button last week to blast
[barrier between the southern tip of Lake Huleh near
ler and a newly-built canal leading the lake's water to
fer. thus completing Israel's largest single development
^fors quietly watched the water drain from the 3,500-
Dvering new areas to be converted into fertile land
ivolved building of
Jo replace the wind-
ier bed which has
\>\\ to carry all the
jilding of the net-
lion canals was the
s';iiit Syrian efforts
because a section
located in the
emilitarized zone.
HoUta, fishar-
nt, wr among
observers at the
ter receded, tigni-
th Series
il Library
be Fun," a mental
vill open at the Mi-
(>rary Tuesday even-
iho's Right," will be
)r. Edward H. Wil-
rist and psychiatric
| Family Service, and
berts, casework su-
Ith Society of Great-
llnited Fund agency.
Public Library arc
fying a major change in the lifa
of the settlement a twitch
from a fisherman's to a farming
economy. The entire lower laka
area wa* drained within 48
hours, turning 60,000 dunarm of
swamp into land containing
more than 40 percent of organic
matter of great fertility.
Work on the Huleh project was
first started in 1951 by the Jewish
National Fund. It involved deep-
ening of the Jordan River bed
south of Lake Huleh for accumu-
lation of the waters to be drained
later. The second stage, under di-
rection of the Construction Aggre-
gates Corporation of Chicago,
brought heavy equipment to the
job of dredging eastern, western
and northern canals with a con-
necting network of smaller canals.
Eventually, the irrigation ex-
perts said, a total of 15,000 acres
of new cultivatible land will be
created and the project also will
provide 65,000,000 cubmic meters
of water for irrigation purposes,
part of which will be used outside
of the Huleh region. The final
eradication of sources of malarial
infections also will be achieved.
HIGH! AIM HIGH!
THE HIGH ROAD
fOlD COSTLY DUPLICATION IN GOVERNMENT
:IGHT UNFAIR TAXES
BY
'ERATION WITH METRO
USA6t .
>i is at the crossroads NOW i* the time to stand up and
unted FOPI or against whole-hearted co-operation with Met-
Titan Government! This could be the beqinning ot a golden
to<- Miami and Oade County ... or a sinking back into the
I of inefficiency and confualon that has engulfed ua for the
[two years.
BOB HIGH
J Abe Aronovitr
|y: e Voters c\ Taxpayers League of Miami a\ Dade County
!> e Communications Workers of America
jy Flagaml Civic Association
:OR MIAMI'S MAYOR
ROBERT KING
H! nllin HIGH!
ike the HIGH Road to Economic Government!
jm i\\ a.iv.
Top Social Event Planned by Mt.
Sinai Founders at Fontainebleau
One of the outstanding social
events of the season, the annual
dinner of the Founders of Mt. Sinai
Hospital, will be held Sunday, Nov.
24, in the Rosewood room of the
Fontainebleau hotel.
Jacob Sher, chairman of the
Founders, said Wednesday the
event will pay tribute to the men
who arc spearheading the effort
to build the new $7,000,000 Mt.
Sinai Hospital through "their own
generous gifts and their leadership
of the hospital's development
fund."
will start at 6:30. Dinner at 7:30
will be followed by dancing to the
music of a popular orchestra.
Founders of Mt. Sinai Hospital,
formed a year ago by Sher and
Dan B. Ruskin, chairman of tha
development fund, comprise in-
dividuals who contribute a min-
imum of $50,000 each for tha
naw Mt. Sinai Hospital, now un-
dar construction on 10-acre Col-
lins Island, adjacent to the pres-
ent hospital.
Pointing out that the Founders
A reception and cocktail party of v.ThL^eLel?. rTE
of Mt. Strrai constitute one of the
2,500 Visit New
Mt. Sinai Site
Some 2.500 persons got. a glimpse I
of what the Mt. Sinai Hospital'of
tomorrow will look like at an open
house party Sunday at the con-
struction site of the new hospital.
While the walls of the new struc-
ture had reached only to the sec-
ond story, guests were able to get
a partial idea of the magnitude of
the new hospital, which will cover
a substantial area of ten-acre Col-
lins Island, adjacent to the present
hospital, and will rise eight stories
above Biscayne Bay.
Open house guests, including
many dignitaries representing
Greater Miami municipalities
and institutions, began arriving
well before the scheduled 2 p.m.
starting time and were still com-
ing as late-afternoon shadows
were lengthening.
A display of mural photographs
and mounted blueprints provided
detailed information about Miami's
newest and most modern hospital.
Members of the hospital's board of
trustees were on hand to answer
questions.
Dan B. Ruskin, chairman of the
Mt. Sinai Hospital development
fund, expressed satisfaction that,
so many people had accepted the ,
opportunity to see for themselves:
the progress of construction of the
new hospital.
most unusual clubs in the country,
Sher said each member of the
group "is dedicated to the goal of
helping to build what will be the
most modern hospital in the entire
South.
"Every Founder takes deep per-
sonal pride and satisfaction in
helping to translate a community
dream into reality," Sher said.
"Our Founders recognize that the
new Mt. Sinai Hospital will rank
with the best examples of private
initiative in Greater Miami. It will
add to the stature of Greater Mi-
amiand to the nation's recogni-
tion of the Miami area as the home
of progress in the advancement of
medicine."
Ultra-Modern Ideas Due
At Home Builder's Show
Ultra-modern ideas for family
living will be the theme for the
Home Builder's Show at Dinner
Key auditorium, Dec. 1 to 8.
A majority of Miami's leading
home builders will display their
new concepts of Florida living
through the Gallery of Homes ex-
hibit.
The giant free show, sponsored
by the Home Builder's Assn. of
South Florida, is expected to draw
more than 250,000 visitors.
Liebman Slated
Here Saturday
Ilapoel Hamizrachi of Greater
| Miami will meet at Kneseth Israel
Congregation Saturday evening.

Highlighting the program will
be Seymour B. Liebman, Miami
Beach attorney immediate past
president of the 'Southeast re-
gion of the Zionist Organization
of America.
Liebman .will discuss "Jewish
Contrasts in Ireland and Scandin-
avia."
Hapoel Hamizrachi is an integral
part of Religious Zionists of Amer-
ica and sponsors hundreds of
youth villages, settlements and ed-
I ucational institutions in Israel.
JWB Adopts Plus
3 Million Budget
NEW YORKThe 1958 pro-
gram of (he National Jewish Wel-
fare Board will cost $3,344,100, ac-
cording to forecasts by the organ-
ization's volunteer and profession-
al leadership.
This figure is the budget for
next year, adopted by the JWB
board of directors Oct. 27 at a I
meeting which concluded a four-|
day session of review and plan-
ning.
The budget will finance JWB's
dual program to meet the religious,
morale and welfare needs of Jew-
ish men in the U.S. Armed Forces
and veterans hospitals, and to pro-
vide continued service to the or-
ganization's 353 affiliated Jewish
Community Centers and YM-
YWHAs.
TURN THE LAST KEY FIRST
TO ELECT
RAYMOND (RAY)
E. TURNER
YOUR MIAMI CITY COMMISSIONER (Group 5)
NATIVE FLORIDIAN M1AMIAN SINCE 1925
A Businessman for a Business Administration
INDEPENDENT ABLE HONEST
"ACTION SPEAKS LOUDER THAN WORDS"
LOWER TAXES
CLEAN UP AND BEAUTIFY THE CITY
TURN TO TURNER
FOR BETTER
CITY GOVERNMENT
"Your Vote and Support Appreciated Nov. 19"
IM Piil. Ailv.
Perlmutter Will
Address Lodge
Nathan Perlmutter, executive
director of the Florida office of
the Anti-Defamation League, B'nai
B'rith. will be principal speaker at
a meeting of Miami Beach Lodge,
B'nai B'rith Wednesday evening at
the Algiers hotel.
His subject will be "Anti-Semi-
tism, 1957."
Prior to his directorship in Flor-
ida, Perlmutter served a^ director
of the League's Michigan office in
Detroit. He joined the League in
1949 as civil rights director of its
Rocky Mountain States office in
Denver, Colo.
Jack M. Fink is president of
Miami Beach Lodge, and program
chairman is Edwin Marger.
VOTE FOR ALVAH LEE
HEFTY
for
Miami City
Commission
1M. P.il. Adv.
FOR A BETTER MIAMI
Vote for
cuff H0RNE
Or. Hurwiti to Speak
Dr. Joseph J. Hurwitz, of the
University of Miami, will address
a Temple Sinai of Hollywood for-
um series Monday evening on
"Jewish Concepts of Evil and Suf-
fering." Temple Sinai is at 2030
Polk st.
City Commissioner Group 4
> SLASH THOSE NEWLY-RAISED PROPERTY TAXES
> STOP EURTHER BAY-BOTTOM FILL
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IIII.AIIY MMNBMJN
He Rose Like a Champion from the Depths of Destm
._........___,.,h h w fourteen, when two hoodlums tried to HBC--------
NO MAN STANDS ALONE. The True Story of Barney
Ross. By Barney Ross and Martin Abramson 15* a*
Philadlephia and New York: J. B. Lippincott Co. $3.?5.
BARNEY ROSS IS the Chicago "ghetto kid" who came
up from the tenements and sat on top of the world for
five years as world lightweight champion and junior wel-
terweight champion to boot. He gambled and gave NW
half a million dollars and then he went down for a long
count of nine as a drug addict. And like the real cham-
pion he is. he came right back up again.
Ross was born Ben-1 Rasofsky: he changed his name
when he began boxing so his mother wouldn't taow what
he was doing. Many people know ol the tragedy that 0C-
III \IU SALPBTEM
irred when he VU fourteen, when two hoodlums tried to
hold up his father in his tiny ghetto grocery and left him
dying on the floor ...stead But few know that this sense-
tall murder MM, III Ma own way. directly responsible for
th course Barney \ life took. The little boy who had laid
tefillm everv morning was rather puny, as fighters go;
had he not wanted so badly to get his two brothers out of
the orphanage, he would never have gone near a boxing
r'"8 ,_
Much of his life has been public domain: the night in
1934 when he beat .limmy McLarntn for the. welterweight
crown and Jews all over the country, shuddering at the
bluodv news leaking over from Nazi Germany, felt briefly
The Spectre of War in the Middle East
._,_-_ _i___;c h<> MiHfll Fast (and India, which
Jerasalem
JUST ABOUT ONE vear after the Sinai Campaign, the
spectre of war again hangs over the Middle East How-
serious this threat .s cannot well be estimated in advance
since there are several factors which can well get out
of hand despite cooler heads i Washington. Moscow
and the Middle Fast itself
It i- only po-sible to point out the factors operating
against a general conflagration, as well as those which op-
. in the opposite direction
What is happening in the Midd'e East in the context
of the Bast Wesl struggle is not an Isolated phenomenon.
AH over the periphery of the Soviet and Chinese empires
there were regional struggles which preceded the deline-
ation Of the dividing line between Western and Commun-
al spheres Of influence- in Central and Western Europe.
in Southeast Europe, in the Far East and in Southeast
Asia.
In all cases, except Cenrtal and Western Europe,
where the division was established whiel certain memor-
ies of the Soviet-Western World War 11 partnership were
still lingering on. the eoatesl beta*an the two forces re-
sulted in local wars. There was the Civil War in Greece,
then- was the Korean war. the Indo China war and the
near war over Quemoy and tfatSU islands between Red
China and Formosa
In each of these cases, both Washington and Moscow
managed to call a halt to the hostilities before they got
entirely out of hand plunging the world into a third,glo-
bal war. In each of these cases, there followed an agree-
mt: cases represented by Used armistice lines)
dividing the area between the two powers.
Hue only major area where no such division has yet
II Win SCHWARTZ
taken place is the Middle East (and India which is a
special casei It is logical, therefore, that the contest be-
tween Baal and West has now centered in full force upon
the Middle East This contest, as in all other areas, theo-
retically could end in one of three ways: in complete vic-
tory, nv means short of global war. for one of the con-
testing parties: in general warfare resulting from some
miscalculation by either party or from action by some
local factor, over which neither of the two main contest-
ants has complete control; or in an agreed settlement be-
tween the great powers.
Russia, at present, has only one open outlet to the
Westthrough the North Sea. Since Peter the Great, one
of the basic aims of Russian foreign policy was to obtain
an outlet to a "warm sea." i.e. to the Mediterranean. Such
an outlet would be given to the Russians by "recognizing
their interests in the Middle East." as repeatedly demand-
ed by Moscow's present rulers.
The ultimate Communist aim in the Middle East is
much more far-reaching. Most of the oil needed by Europe
originates or passes through the Middle East, through
which also passes a large part of the raw materials re-
quired by Europe's industries. If the Soviets succeed in
dominating the Middle East completely. Western Europe's
economy, and thus ultimately its very life, is in Moscow's
hands. As a result, all Europe would fall under Soviet
domination, and so wouldshortly afterwardall Africa,
leaving America an isolated island to face the Communist
world in the final contest
Obviously, then, there is too much at stake for the
West to let the Middle East fall entirely into Russian
hands without putting up a fight for its defense.
Money is No Object-if You've Got Any
THE NEW YORK TIMES h.-i- published SOBM interesting
.t the rich men of the world Where do
hink the richest are" Down in Texas or New York-'
!e found there. But of the five rirh-
peopJe in the world. ac> the Tines li-t. thi
Saud, the Sheik of Kuwali and the Sheik
ofQuatan Ol \mencan. H I.. Hunt, of Dallas. Tex .
and the Nizam of Hyderabad complete the hat
The Ne York Tunes in the HUH i--ue republi-hcs
MjMMHg G- LI FT
Beginnings of a Star
pD WYNN, NOW in his 55th year in show business, cur-
rently is before the cameras at Warner Bros, portray-
ing the role of I'ncle Samson in the filming of Herman
Wouk s novel. "Marjorie Morningstar." with Irving Rap-
per directing for producer kfttton Sperling
On Sept. 19. 1957. Ed Wynn was given a nation wide
television tribute in a 90-minute show sponsored by the
American Theatre Wing The program spotlighted man)
of the colorful personalities in the entertainment world
with whom Wynn has appeared, as well .is Kd actor son.
Keenan Wynn mow in Germany wotting on the motion
picture There's a Time to Love" from the novel by
Remarquei.
After dedicating more than half a century of his Ufa
to comedy. Ed Wynn only last year, at the age of 70. turn-
ed to drama. W*th his appearance in Requiem for a
Heavyweight' on television. Wynn received an Emmy-
nomination, and an entire new career opened up for him.
In motion pictures, he made his dramatic debut shortly
afterwards in "The Great Man" opposite ,|sp Ferrer, and
now continues this remarkable new facet of his career
with the portrayal in "Marjorie Morningstar "
In a sense the circle has come full turn for Mr. Wynn.
who ran away from his Philadelphia home at the age of
16 to become a dramatic actor with the Thurber-Nasher
Repertory Company Born on Nov. 9. 1886. he made h.s
professional debut on Aug. 8. 1902. three months short
ol his 16th birthday. Stranded in Bangor, Me., he return-
ed once more to enter his father's*husiness. the manufac-
ture of hats He remained home for seven months until
the acting impulse seized him again, and he was off for
vaudeville to join Jack Lewis and
t Lewis.
a listing of the ricbi I Americans compiled by Fortune
lus is a list oi 76 Americans who have mora
thoii 75 millions a piece. There were only two Jewish
names on the list. The Jewish percentage is vnrj -mall,
lally when we are supposed to be such i commercial
people.
I am afraid our commercial faculties have been vastly
overrated. It i- easj to see how the Jewish reputation for
making money arose The Jew gives so much to charity
that it is thought he niu.st be rich to do 10.
What is rich* '
lean Paul Getty, who is listed in the Fortune Mag-
azine tabulation as a billionaire, is quoted as saying: "Re-
member, a billion dollars isn't worth what it used to be."
Riches are a relative matter. I remember a lit lie
incident I witnessed many years ago at the Zionist Or-
ixation headquarters Ernest Barbara-h. the current
editor of the American Zionist, was then working as Dr.
Simon Bernstein s snittaal in the immigration depart-
ment of the ZOA. This department was designed to aid
prospective settlers in the Jewish homeland.
One day. a man came to the office to inquire about
the possibility of settling in Palestine. Mr Barbarash ex-
plained that to mMm him. he would have to have some
idea of his a
"Oh." said the man. "money is no object."
To every query as to his finances, he returned the
same answer -Money is no object.''
Finally he became more specific, revealing that his
possessions totalled 35 dollars.
NATMAN Aintiy _
BAKNIY (tOSS
. in his ktydiy
grinding pain: the pain drove Us
wttr. n
nfcht :n ij?
aa*M
Henry
listed on t
15 rowdwj
"aVbjj
"it to m
s/wa
thirty-fin -
Ps VrftMl,
that this i
ihuj
evsrru"8fcjj
The,,!
honor j i
finally turned himself voluntarily0to,
hospital in Lexington, he had lust every!,,
friends and his beloved Cathy. The m
drug addicts is terrifyingly low- part of that one percent. In an incident!
lines nationwide, a noted doctor was t-
Senate committee to the effect ol Oni
an addict." When a man jumped up toi
doctor took a long look, and agreed. "Bi
don't apply to you. Barney Ross." he sti
Readers who will look for concrete i
spiritual strength of Judaism for Ross vi|
cd; for all his reading in philosophy and i_
Orthodox background. Barney's is not i]
What he kept, however, even through I
Judaism following his father's murder, i
ness of himself as a Jew. As he climbed I
er in the public eye. his sensitivity to I
no longer just a Jew. but now also a i
Jews, grew with him. This feeling
through the book, with pride and waraaj
bility.
Even if fighting isn't your game, thai
bore you. With Martin Abramson's help.Ij
and well, and it has the rare quality of i
just another story of another boxer, a
of a mana big man.
SAIL CARSON
Disarmament Ai
ARMS KEEP POURING Into the Middle I
armament is the subject of the most l
at the General Assembly here Duringt
according to a report submitted to i
dent Fi sen bowerS51 million worth oil
furnished by the I'nitt the I
to Middle East stati -he* 4*
not allare openly hostile to UTSSl 1
ear. Israel did not gel a dollar'-'
aid from the Washington Administration kl
this record, kl is worth noting what Abhil
to say in the disarmament debate here.
Mr. Eban made it I ""lisl
rnmitted than ever '. i a We-tern I
intially replying to critics
dominated government coalition as**"'
government, who have been demandingi|
tralism" in an effort to "soften" SovntI
Israel, the Jerusalem delegation chief |
He endorsed the Western di5*""!
which are being fought hard b> 'h<- m*|?
clared Israel in favor of the l.i-enho*er|
ion and control of all armaments, in
hydrogen-outer space variety He even em
hower "open sky" plan of armament inMWJ
was left in anybody's mind Israel
West. But
That was a very sizeable "but." Hn"*J
firmlv on the side of the West, hsvu***"!
Soviet Union for "rocket rattling
"nuclear intimidation,' Israel ^6 *Xo
at the United States as against any w"
. Mr. Eban pointed out that, no soos*
Conference for the Peaceful Use of AW*
in August of 1955. "than a flood of ne*
sive nature, hitherto unknown in ourrep*
undste the Middle East The result
spiral of competitive rMrmament.
Constructive Survey of Revival is N*
|S THERE A .cMu.nc rtifkssj re-urgencc in the United
mp f'J ''r ,s ,hc ."Ported revival a superficial develop-
EL. serv'" T" ,' T? dea' f maler,al 0" the sui,-
almos I. ?, V haVe "'" ,K"t,n '"Pressed, for in
! mIt ,ns'anr^ "P"""n Is no. based on fact but on
oeculation. intuition and frequently on semantic sy log-
in. Since religious affiliation alone i. not a proper me.s-
l!li?jWS-S "r '"fulness, there cTn ne no
sadone-hasnotbeen.ol, Inannq-
NewVorkPost who.i ,1*4*1
greatest book they ever read. ?" wmoftH
the Bible. If that is the "t">aboUti
is therein talking ,
strud^Si
what pertinence
What is needed i^
educators and scholars.
sin. ana ne was off for essaving of the situation w,th,- J "" no
form the team of Wynn the mere \P3fi^*Z ^SJ,^!^
I am wondering whether the true talend it was .
a coflsv"1"' ^
~ oi *&
though., as a basis fr '1'** ,
there is a religious and spin"* ,*
in Its utilisation, '^s*
must fir* ""
we are remiss
to harness a force one


umber 15, 1957
IAI MOTICt
Met UNDER
JUS NAME LAW
HEREBY OFVEN that
_. desiring to engage In
the fictitious name of
'AWNI.NO at 3395 N.W.
(mi Intend* to register
Jlh the Clerk of the Clr-
Dade County, Florida.
I()U,-UP AWNINO CO.
I M I N
pjdiennts
fay
riCE UNDER
f.OUS NAME LAW
11 !; 111-: I! V IIIVEN that
^tii, desiring to i cgagu in
|r the fictitious name cf
I DING AND SHIPP1NO
[pacific Ituilding, Miami,
iid to rentier aald name
Di the Circuit Court of
Florida.
!A I i'ii "'"'' Partner
ICSPIN'OSA ~>(i% Partner
OOLHSTEIN
Reglstranta
i. i St.. Miami, Fla.
TICE UNDER
NOUS NAME LAW
HF.RFiHY C.IVEN' that
led, desiring t engage in
the fictitious ii iiiii- I*'
PtPKISfSU at 28 N.W. 17th
Intends to register aald
the Clerk of the Circuit
i. County, Florida.
|f_V COLE, Sole Owner
IMA.N fc KAl'LiAN
|r Applicant
V St.. Miami. Fla.
)TICE UNDER
IOUS NAME LAW
fs HEREBY illVHN that
bled, desiring to engage in
0- the fictitious name of
lOTEL at 1M6 West Ave-
Bi ich 29, Florida intend
ill name with the Clerk
it Court of Dade County,
,im; i BERK
>\ i.i M. BBRKOWITZ
|on
li ring I.. Bark and
i Kim itz
lOTICE UNDER
|t ous name law
IIKKKHY Q1VBN Ihnt
: illg to I'llKillli' in
ii.. i tltlou* naine of
fcNCF. CI i OF MIAMI.
: chain LINK FENCE
fjn. .ii im i. Bos 168, Bhen-
\ \ii ml 15, Florida, In-
n | mi with the
ill Court of Hade
(Ida.
. SB, .111.. Bole owner
SCHWARTZ
i leate* El nm, Jr.
[lie l.eon Blvd.t
Fla,
lOTICE UNDER
|T.OUS NAME LAW
fls HEREBY OTVEN thai
il. desiring to engage In
id.T the fictitious name of
IE TAVERN at MS S.W.
j. Mi nni intends to register
fwith the Clark of the Cir-
of Dade County, Florida.
|T c PIERCE, Sole Owner
|A QARfa'
hi Applicant
Im St.. Miami, Ma.
NOTICE UNDER
|ITI0U8 NAME LAW
HEREBY OTVEN that
|gn,.d, desiring to engage in
ilcr the fictitious name of
SNGE at 2.100 Collins A ve-
il Beach, Fla., Intends to
lid name with the Clerk of
|t Court of Dade County,
ISAAC ZWIEBEL
R( .I"11
H Applicant
ltd., Miami Beach. Fla.
HOTICE UNDER
riTI0U8 NAME LAW
HEREBY OIVEN that
iiMi.'i). desiring to engate i'l
fcider the flciitlous name of
lop JUNIOR TOWN at
I'lih Avenue, Miami. Florida
register said name with the
tin- Circuit Court of Hade
Ids
V. CORP, (Sole Owner)
|2'.i
[notice under
TlTIOUS NAME LAW
I IS HEREBY CIVF.N that
liiMnil, d.slrlng to engage In
ii'-- Hie fictitious name ol
WINDOW SKHVICK ai
Jit il. Miami Heach, Florida
Veglster splil name with the
It lie circuit Court of Dade
forlda.
invivo hibsch
MICHAEL COOTONE
KALI8H
-or \pplieanls
[nil llldg., Miami, Fla.
12/1
LEGAL NOTICE
IN Ti!nC0^JY JyDQES- COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE '
, .. No- 416H-A
In RE: Hstat.- of
JACOl: H K.I MAN
11,'ceased.
TV. AiiN,OTi?E TO CREDITORS
To A Creditors and All Persons Hav-
EsluVe* r Ue"uuul" A*ainst Said
You are hereby notified and renulr.
S.Kiwprewnl : claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
S.'f ,V A<"V.U "KIATaN deceased
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
county Judges of Dade County, and
file the same in their offices In the
County Courthouse In Dade Countn
Florida within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hereol, or the same will be barred
SARAH HE1MAN
1SAHORK 11 KIM AN
MARY HE1HAN IIWOSKIN
as executors under the Lust Will
and Testament of Jacob Helman,
Deceased.
MYERS, H El MAN & KAPLAN
By i.i.his II. nn.,n
Attorneys for executors
|I*0 s.U.ist St., Miami, Fla.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
M AND I KOSHER MEATS at 953
Washington Ave.. Miami Beach, Fla .
intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
MURRAY FRAND
IRVING SCHUSTER
10/2.-., ll/l-S-i:,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IX HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SIHI.KY HOUSE APARTMENTS at
13311 N.W. .".Hi Street, Miami, intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida
THiiMAS pki.Ham THATCHER,
single Man. and
MARIO B. JO ROB,
a Single Man, as a Jolnl Bstate,
with Right of Otrnerehlp in the
survivor (hereof,
BARNETT PBLTZ
Attorney for Applicants
914 Congress Bidg., Miami 32, Fla.
10 15, 11/1 -v- r,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lh.it
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business urn ime of
ISLAND HOUSE MOTEL nl 16 Vene-
tian Way, Belle Isle, Miami Beach,
l-'i.i Intends to register said name
with the Cl.ik o' the Circuit Court of
Countv, Florida
HENRHE l; !:> I .ri CORPORATION
PR I El IMAN a BH M'IKi i
Attorneys for Applicant!
hold Bidg.. Miami, Fla.
n/8-i6-n-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 41846
In RE: Estate of
MARGARET ANN PATI'.IARCA
a/k/a MABCAKKT ANN PATRICK
1 deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To ArrfVeditors and All Person! II iv
Ing Claims in Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are herehy notified and required
to present an?/ claims and demands
which you may have against the
estate of MAROARET ANN PATRI-
ARCH, a/k/a MARGARET ANN PAT-
RICK deceased late of dade County,
Florida, in the County Judges of Hade
County, and file the same in their of-
fices In the County Courthouse in
Darte County. Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof, or the same
h ill lie barred.
KI.IZAHETII P. O'BRIEN
HERBERT H HCTNER, Atty.
?46 S.K. 1st St.. Miami 22, Fla.
11/1.--22-29. 12/
[NOTICE UNDER
ITIOUS NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN thst
ngned, desiring t6 engage in
tinder the fictitious name of
W.VRTMKNTS at 20 R.W.
|ue, Miami, Kla., Intend to
il name with the Clerk of
liit Cniirt of Dade County,
Ml I.TON SPOOL, A
IRENE Sl'Oiil.
Tenants By Entireties,
100% Ownership.
ROTH
for Applicants
JliRd., Miami Beach, Fla.
.NOTICE UNDER
{TlTIOUS NAME LAW
is HEREBY OTVEN that
signed, desiring to engage In
he fictitious ii
{H ai 1874 P ird)
"a, Intend In re
f'i lhe Clerk the i
l'.i !. Cnnntv v'i,, rids.
| 'I- l.'i ; M V
W A N
i"'
F-'-r St Miami, Ma.
>,12/
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES1 COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 41989-A
In Re: ESTATE I IF
BELLA C. KIGEI.MAN
Peee......I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hay-
ItiK claims or Demands Against Said
Est a t e:
You, and each of you are herehy no-
tified and renulrad to present am
claims and demands which vim, or
either of >,,n. m;iv have against the
..........I RBI TV c KCCKI.MAN de-
i.i-.il late of Dade County. Florida.
to the Honorable County Judges or
I>ade Countv, and file the same In
their offices in the County Courthouse
In I'a'le Countv, Florida, within eight
calendar months froth the dale of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
.... ..r,nt-.in M'e legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
i --ii .-,1 as aforesaid, or same
will be barred. See Section 733.16 ol
the 1MB Probate Act
Pate November 7. A.P. 19a7.
SUE K. ToHRNFR
FOOAB M KCGF1.MAN
CI-AUDE D KCGEI.M W
A Executors of the Last Will and
Testament of BEI.I>A C. KCGEDMAN
Pec':i __
K>\vi.p ,; MANNHRIMBR
MtieileVs fOT i:\eClltOrS
,, ,- S.fS 1" < ^__^___
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
.he undersigned, desiring to engase In
l,.|,,, linger the fictitious name of
i:i: \NT & CO. at S010 Coral Way In-
..,is in register said name with the
Cl.rk of the Circuit Curt of Dade
'"""'v- """hWey U BRANT
ll/g.lR-SI-8* _______________
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS'HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
bualre-s mi.l.r the fictitious ".
MARPI CKVS COFFEE SHOP l MOO
Miami Intend < I.t(,, M|d ii line "illl ..... > <* ''' ,'u
Srcult Court of Paderou^ntv.^rlda.
t kMR 'V iii IN A I l>-i IN
PAULINE DOVALPSON
Sole owners.
1 |-i IN VKIi K M.ISII
"lllll-l'IS
luPonl Bidg., Miami, Fla.
+Jewisti fhrMlar


Page ISA
LEOAL NOTICE
I^JiPUNTy JUDGES' COURT
S.AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
S {,'NPROBATE' No- *159A
IN RE: Esute of
EVA I'HOSTERMAN
I"ieased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Batata:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which >ou may have against the es-
tate of F.VA I'HOSTERMAN deceased
late of Hade County, Florida, to the
' ounty Judges of Dade County, and
file the same in their offices In the
County Courthouse In Dade Countv.
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hereof, or the same will be barred.
LOUIS HEIMAN
STANLEY C. MYERS
executors under I ast Will and
Testament of Eva Frosterman.
MYERS, HEIMAN & KAPLAN
By I.OCIS HEIMAN
Attorneys for ExVcutors
1130 8 W 1st St., Miami, Fla.
11/1-8-K,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, 11th
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, DADE COUN.
TY, FLORIDA No. 206385
FRANK H. STAMIIACG1I,
Plaintiff,
vs.
I.YHIA STAMHAUGH,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOU, Lydla Stamliaugh, Route 1, Box
113, I.yford. Texas, are required to file
your answer to the Complaint for Di-
vorce with the Qlark of the above
court and serve a copy thereof uiKin
Herman Cohen, Atty., 1305 Congress
Bidg., Miami, Florida, on or before No-
vember tfta W57, or else complaint will
be taken as confessed. Hated, Octo-
ber 17. 1957.
E. B. L-EATHERMAN, Clerk of
(seal) the Circuit Court.
I>. SNEEDEN, Deputy Clerk
10/25, 11/1-S-ir.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MR. HY at 5749 S.W. 8th Street, Mi-
ami, I-lorida, intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
HYMAN BRAF'MAN
.... Sole Owner
GOLDMAN & GOLDSTEIN
Attorneys for Registrant
2303 W. Flagler St.. Miami, Fla.
11/1-8-15-22.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BAY STAR APARTMENTS at 9720
West Bay Harbor Drive, Miami. FTa.,
Intends, to register said name with the
Clerk .of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
MAX COLTON
BEIOBL & TEITEI.MA.N
Attorneys for Applicant
904 Klscayne Bidg., Miami, F'la.
11/1-8-15-22.
NOTICE UNdTr
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTRE IS HEBFIBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SIIAXGRM^A APARTMENTS at
7410-14 S.W. 59th Place, South Miami.
Fla., intends to register said .name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
ot Dade County, Florida.
VALUE HOMES, INC.
BEIOBL TEITEI.MAN
Attorneys for Applicant
104 Hisc.iync Bidg., Miami, Fia.
U/l>8-15-.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 206e3
1. & M DEVELOPERS, INC.
a Florida corporation,
Plaintiff
W. O. KERNS and HARRIETT M.
KERNS, his wife: DAVID C. MON-
ROE and _____ MONROE, his wife.
if married: and ALL UNKNOWN
HEIRS, LEGATEES, CREDITORS,
TRUSTEES OR OTHER CLAIM-
ANTS claiming by, through, undei or
any "f ine above named de-
I, ndantS, who may be dead and not
known In lie ile.el or alive; and ALL
PERSONS I'll PARTIES, whether
claiming under an] of the above nam-
ed and described defendant! or other-
nrlse claiming any right, title or In-
terest in ami co the property Involved
in this aull and hereinafter more par-
ticularly described,
Defendants,
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
II.OKIIfA:
TO: W. Q. KERNS and HARRIETT
M. KERNS, his wife, address un-
known; DAVID C MONROE and, if
man led, L MONROE, his wife,
address unknown; All of the above
u.i.....il Defendants, if living, and if
dead, their respective unknown heirs,
devisees, grantees, legatees, assign-
ees, creditors, llenors, trustees, and
all other claimants claiming by,
through, under or against any of the
above named defendants, who are not
known to be dead or alive, and all
pcr-ons or parties otherwise, having
or claiming to have any right, title
or interest in the following described
property:
The West 240 feet of Tract 12 of
WEST HIALEAH HEIGHTS, ac-
cording to the Plat thereof, re-
corded in Plat Book 28 at Page 39
of the Public Records of Dade
Countv, Florida: formerly known
as Lots 1 to 6 inclusive, and Lots
2,1 to 30 Inclusive, Block p2, of
WEST HIALEAH HEIGHTS, ac-
cording to the Plat thereof re-
corded In Plat Book 22. at Page
14, of the Public Records of Dade
County, Florida.
and further
The West 80 Feet of the South 135
f,.,.| ,,f Trad '. WEST HIALEAH
HFJIGHTs. according to the Plat
thereof, recorded in Plat Book 28.
Page 39 of the Public Records of
Dade County, Florida.
The East 12" Feet of the South 135
Feet of Tract 5, WEST III A 1.1 Ml
HEIGHTS, according to the Plat
thereof, recorded In Plat Book M.
Page 39 of the Public Records of
Dade County, Florida. ALSO
KNOWN AS I.ois IK. Ii and IK
Block 5, WEST HIALEAH
HFJIGHTS. according to the Plat
thereof, recorded in Plat Book 22,
Page 14 of the Public Records of
Dade County. Florida.
The East 80 FV.t of the Wst 2<>
F'eet of the North 135 FVet of
Tract 5, W EST HIALEAH
HEIGHTS, according to the Plat
thereof, recorded In Plat Book 28,
Page 39 of the public Records of
Dade County, Florida.
The Bast 180 Feet of the West 40
Feet of the South 131 F'eet of
Tract 5 of the Amended Plat of
Blocks 1 to 12 Inclusive of WEST
HIALEAH HEIGHTS, according
to the Plat thereof, recorded In
Plat Book 28, at Page M of the
Public Records of Dade County.
Florida.
YOU ARE HBRFIBY NOTIFIED
that a suit to quiet title In 1. & M.
DKVE1.0PRrW, INC.. a Florida cor-
poration, has been filed in the above
stvled Court sgainst you for the pur-
pose of obtaining a Decree to Quiet
Title In It to said land and you are
herelw required to serve a copy Ol
vmir Answer to the Complaint on
Plaintiff's attorney and file the orig-
inal In the office of the Clerk of the
above styled Court on or before the
.....lav of November, I987i otherwise
a Decree Pro Confeaso will be entered
"DATED" tMi '-'Mn *** of October,
195'k B I BAIT II Kit MAN. Clerk of
the Circuit conn, Dade county,
n"rUla- By ... a CLEARS,
Deputj Clerk,
BEIOBL TI'ITI'I.MAN
Attorneys foi Piiiniiff
in l lllscavne Bidg.. Miami S2, F3.
il/i-n-ii-zx
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FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
buslneae under the fictitious name of
HICKS SUNDRY & SANDWICH
SHOP at 121 Sunny Isle Blvd., Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
CHARLES steinT.ook,
Sole I l\\ tier
COURSHON, FINK & GOLDWORM
Attorneys for Charles SteinUiok
80S Lincoln ltd Miami Beach, Fla.
11/1-8-15-22.
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NOTICE UNDER
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the undersigned, desiring to engage In
si nniiei the fictitious name of
EKQl'IRE PAPER PRODUCTS at
1861 S.W, Mb St Miami. l-1a intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the circuit Court of Hade County,
Florida.
JACQUES M. HESLEY
JOHN .1. BILVER, JR.
MONROE DIXON
Attorney for Applicant!
1780 coral Way
11/1-8-15-22,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to enga
ss under the fictitious name of
BERT-ANN APMITMENTS :
Byron Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
ABRAHAM WARSHAW
MAURICE Kill!!'!:
KOVNER MA NNI I KIM ITl
Attorneys for Bert-Ann Apartments
I'" Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, Fla.
11/1-8-15-22.
IN THF CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. No. 206655
EVA AR'/oi.A CARTAGENA
Plaintiff
JOBS CARTAGENA
Defendant
NOTICF OF PUBLICATION
YOU. JOSE CARTAGENA, address
unknown, are required to file your
answer to the Complaint for Divorce,
of the above, Court and serve a copv
thereof upon G1NO P. NRGRETTI,
Attorney, 110* Pacific Building. Mi-
ami, Florida on or before December 2,
IM7 or else complaint will be taken
as confessed.
Dated. October 2".th. 19R7.
E. B. LKATHBRMAN, Clerk of
the Circuit Court
By: JOAN SNEEDEN,
Deputy Clerk
11/1-8-lS-tC.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN
CHANCERY No. 206481
CARL v iiefti.
Plaintiff,
vs.
PAUL HEFTI,
I lefendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: PAUL HEFTI, Defendant
4 Vassar Place
Scarsdale, New Yolk
Yor, PAUL HEFTI. ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that a Complaint for Di-
oiee has been filed auainst you, and
you are hereby required to serve a
copy of your Answer or pleading to
saiil Complaint on Plaintiff's Attor-
neys, KOMMKI. \ ROGERS, 420 Lin-
coln Rosd, Miami Beach, Florida, and
file the original thereof in the office
ol the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the tSth day of November,
1967, otherwise the alienations of said
Complaint will be taken as confessed
by you.
DATED at Miami Beach, Florida,
this 21s' day of I Ii tolier. If"i7.
K i: LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court Dade County, Florida
Bj : K II. RICE, JR..
i s.a 11 I leputy Clerk
in 25, 11/t-J 16
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
VICK1 S DANCE AND social CLUB
at 712 B.W. si|. Street. Miami Intend
to register aald name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Curt of Dade County.
I- loi Ida.
VICTORIA \ WBLLWARD
II \KVKY LEE
Sole i iwners.
STANLEY RICHARDS
Attorney for Applicants
605 Lincoln ltd., Miami Beach, Fla.
111.8-16-22
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 41950B
In Re: ESTATE OF
MART T. HANSEN
I i- i eased
To All Creditors an I All Persons 11 iv-
Ing Claims or Hetnands Against Said
Yon. and each of you, are hereby-
notified and requited to present any
claims and demands which you. or
either of von, may have against the
estate of MARY T. HANSEN de-
eaaaed late of HADE County, Florida,
to the Honorable county Judges of
Dade County, and file the same in
their offices in the County Courthouse
m Dane County, Florida, within eight
calendar months front the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be sworn
to and prevented as aforesaid, or
same will be barred.
Date October n. a.iv isr.7.
MARY H GREEN
As Executrix of the Last Will and.
Testament of MARY T. HANSEN
[lei eased.
WBPMAN WEPMAN
Attomeyi for Estate
11/1-8-15-22.
IN THF CIRCUIT COURT OF THF
Fl =vr'TH JUDICIL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR OAOE COtlNTV, Fl "B
IDA. IN CHANC = RV No. 206874
NATWANDeL JOHNSON
Plaintiff,
vs.
MATTTB I fK JOHNSON.
I icfenilant.
TO: MITtik H'K JOHNSON
Address unknown i
yr,r mvt-'IK I IK JOHNSON, ARE
I HEREBY NOTIFIED, that a Com-
i plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you and you are required to
serve I OOpy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Cnmtdalnt on Plaintiff's At-
lomeys, BEIOBL TBITEl MAN. 04
Blscavne Building. Miami 32. Florida,
and file the original Answer or I'le.ol-
lai in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit court on or before the 16th
day of December, 19,'>7. If you fail
to do so. Judgment bv default will he
taken against you for the relief de-
manded In the Conmlaln* for Divorce.
DONE and ORDERFID at Miami,
Florida, this 4th day of November,
K B l.E VTHERMAN. Clerk,
c.......It Court, Dad" c.nniv. Florida.
(seal) By M. C. ORBEN,
Deputy Clerk
11/8-1S-K-29
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or else complaint will he taken as
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Congress to Investigate Du/les-Katzen 'Plan' for
By MILTON FRIEDMAN' (takings in Israel like the Israeli
Boy Scouts, a Torah Institute.
WASHINGTON (JTA) An uVJYMCA, some projects of the Zioii
sue of political patronage has been jst organization of America and
raised along with other questions-i B-naj Brith. a cultural center
arising from_ the designation J>y building fund, and similar causes.
When the bill cam* before
the House Appropriations Corn-
mil tee, a Democratic eongres-
man questioned Mr. Ketren on
why the program was launched
in 19S4an eteetien year. Rep
P. H. Preston, of Georgia, asked:
"Could bo that Its* maaaa to
be a more propitious year politi-
cally? We are practical politi-
cians, most of us, and I suppose,
your being a renowned barrister,
you understand the art a little
bit."
Secretary of State Dulles of the Re
publican party's consultant on Jew
ish affairs to allocate S3.525.000
to private educational, scientific
and cultural undertakings in Israel.
A Senate Foreign Relations Sub-
committee is probing the matter.
Chairman Mike Mansfield, a Demo-
crat, wants Bernard Kalxen. the
Dulles appointee, to come to Wash-
ington to answer questions. As a
result of the furor, the operation
from which Israel benefiltedthe I
Informational Media Guarantee
programhas been placed in sus- >
pense for the State of Israel. It is
undergoing review in both the I in
ted States Information Agency and
the State Department.
in the world."
In response to questioning, Mr.
Katzen said he wrote, prior to de-
parture to Israel, to American
Jewish organisations. He invited
them to make recommendations on
how to spend the money there.
Kep. Preston said this action by
Mr Katzen "started a first class
race as to who could get the most
for their project ... It was for-
tunate that all this activity took
place in 1956 being election
vear."
Mr. Katzen, a New York attor-
ney, was designated by Secre-
tary Dulles to go to Israel and
recommend beneficiaries of S3,-
525,000 worth of Israeli pounds.
The pounds had accrued to the
account of the U.S. Treasury
through IMG operations in Is-
rael.
The IMG program made it pos-
sible for Israel to import American
books and periodicals for Israeli
pounds. The American exporters
were given dollars for the Israeli
money under the IMG arrange-
ment. Accumulated pounds re-
mained in Israel credited to the
I'nited States
The I'nited States agreed to give
the pound- to I>rael for purpose"
in the international intent*" ot
the United States It was decided
this money "hould be used for "ed-
ucational, scientific and cultural
activities."
Mr Katzen recommended that
vamng amounts be given to under
Rep Preston pointed out that on
Mr. K;it7en> list of recommenda
ttoai "nearly everything here
seems to have some American con-
nection The Congressman wanted
hi." colleagues to know it was not
Israel which he was attacking. He
said "I have favored giving aid to
Israel in the past and I have ad-
mired the courage of Israel tre-
mendously. They probably have
demonstrated more fortitude and
j determination under adverse cir-
' cumstances than any other people
The committee was told that
when Mr. Katzon opened an of-
fice in the U.S. Embassy and in-
vited Israeli groups to apply for
money, ho had "plenty of busi-
ness." The Embassy waiting
room was "chock full." Con-
gressmen speculated on whether
the money could have boon used
in Israel in ways they considered
more practical and appropriate.
Mr. Katzen was asked if he had
any special qualifications to make
recommendations on cultural, ed-
ucational and scientific projects.
He replied: "Well. I play six in-
struments. I concertized as a pi-
anist when I was young. I play the
piano and have engaged in other
activities in the music fold. As to
special training in the field of ed-
ucation, as such. I have none. |
have been interested in the arts
for many years."
Later Mr. Katzen appeared be
fore the Senate Appropriations
Committee. He told the committee
"I am not a Zionist." He said he
did not accept all the priorities for
projects recommended by the Is-
raeli Government.
Sen. Allen J. Ellender, Louisiana
Democrat, opposed the Katzen rec
ommendatiom. In his view, it
would amount to "assisting and
aiding private institutions some
thing we cannot do for our own
people under the Constitution." He
considered it not in the American
tradition to support private schools
or institutions.
a
Son, Warren G. Magnuson,
Washington Democrat, noted that
Mr. Katzon ear-marked fund* for
cultural center in Tel Aviv.
He oboerved that "we have not
even a cultural censor for the
capital of the United States."
Son. Henry C. Dworshak, Idaho
Republican, interjected "Why
not move the capital abroad and
pet HV
It was last year that the Katzen
measure was first submitted. A
k
joint Senatf.ii.
(el.nna,ed&
in,... .u Pnma.
""- the bi|L X 1
when the SU. n* '
ed him ,(,,
vestiated. But^^Hl
Sa,d he Slater*?
Speaking as &,,,,
:a* {Apartment send ^V
i'ore the subcon^^1
i Actually, the bill ,,
shortly ^ Jjl
'he Russell ,*
ward. ButtoattthtC?
tions and Ftf p*1
mittees of the Senate i
field announced hi* m
finding out "what ij (m
by the State Departi-l
care of this situate '
"we are not looking (or,
hut to clear up tkss,
Congress can
tails."
Hearings are eip*m
ed by the subcommittee
gress meets in Janum.
Apartment Assn.
Picks Schatzman
lr\ing Schatzman has been re-
elected pre-ident of the Miami
Beach Apartment Ao*a
Other officers elected at a meet
ing here include Sidney Rabino
Wltx, Oral vice president: Mrs.
Thoma> White, second vice presi-
dent
Scott Lipner. treasurer. Miss
Helen Sanders, recording secre-
tary: and Eugene J. Weiss, chair-
man of the board.
flecrive Posfs to be Filled
Dade Height! Jewiah Community
Center will meet Sunday evening
at the Center to elect a corre>pon
ding and financial secretary Site
is 18160 NW 2nd ave.
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Birth-Daz* ... Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gray son,
of 1795 Normandy dr., welcomed a second son Nov.
6 Jonathan Blair joins three-and-a-half-year-old
Andrew Scott Mommy is the former Vivian
Cirlin, daughter of Dr. Marcus Cirlin and the late
artist, Jeannette Cirlin .
A boy, too, for Evelyn and Harvay Liftman,
[Mrs. Yatta Rosenkrentz into a proud grandma And a
22, for Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Mixrahi .
pink and feminine side, little Gay I* Skari arrived Oct.
|nic to celebrate her first Hallowe'en with her parents, Mr.
\ Jerome Groan* Connio and Harold Gluckman, of Bay
[island, are the happv grandparents .
|Chicago, a pink bundle arrived for Paul and Judy Weiss .
rents Mr. and Mr*. Harry Brick were on their way up as
I they heard tne news.
bk to School Miriam and Milt Sirkin are back from a
|rip to Chapel Hill, N.C., where they visited son Joshua,
freshman at the University of North Carolina Son
recently got his degree from the same hallowed halls .
^st year a drum major with the Miami Beach High School
now doing his fancy marching in the varsity band .
ck from Tuscaloosa, Ala., are Mr. and Mrs. Louis August
keir daughter Francane is a freshman at the University of
ha The Augusts' trip was not uneventful They had
jjappy experience of nearly being held up when they return-
Birmingham, where they entertained some of Francene's
sisters.
|rty. Party ... Dr. and Mrs. Sam Label, of Boston, hosted
thday celebration of Dr. Label's mother, Mrs. Will Gordon,
ni Beach, who is 80 years young Guests at the Roney
barty Nov. 6 included the Herman H. Glassars, Laonard H.
rs, and Robert L. Glasser Also Mrs. Nellie Gold, Mrs.
|ulok and her son, Winston, and, from Boston, Miss Roberta
jolly foursome at Chary's restaurant last Friday were Mr.
rs. Charles R. Jacobson and Mr. and Mrs. Alex Oris, celebra-
|uthie Jecobson's birthday Ruthie is treasurer of the
li Council of Jewish Women Spouse Chass (pronounced
[is publicity director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
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birthday party for a little girl, one-year-old Shelley Rosen-
look place Nov. 10 at Her Majesty motel Guests enjoying
(Treshments and entertainment on the patio around the pool
patients from Variety Children's Hospital and their parents
helley's father, Harry G. Rosenberg, who owns the Princess
it and Her Majesty motels, was the first founder of parties
New York Guild of the Blind and other organizations for
(ndicapped Her mother, the former Phyliss Schermer, is
nlier of Variety Children's Hospital Committee and a UM
. They live at 6391 N. Bay rd.
unusual bruncheon hosted by Mrs. Julius Jay Perlmutter
Sunset Island home last week for members of the board of
Drs of Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood featured on-the-spot dem-
Kions by oil painter Connie Gordon Connie, assisted by
numbers Mrs. Alfred Stone and Mrs. Sam Wiesen, created
fcape scenes with lightning speed .
liiiong the spellbound watchers were Belle Lehrman, Hazel
f. Mrs. Jules Channing, Mrs. William Rubenstein, Mrs. Wil-
Bussman, Mrs. George Goldberg and Mrs. Dan Dubbin .
!r>. Samuel Oka, Mrs. A. A. Rothstein, Mrs. Alexander Kogan,
llax Bauer, Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg, Mrs. Joseph Abelow, Mrs.
Ird Abramson and Mrs. Ben Greene.
Lillian (Mrs. Samuel) Simonhoff, president of the Women's
Ion of GMJF, will be officially welcomed back from Israel at
lee reception in her honor Nov. 20 Hostessing the affair
* home will be Mrs. Samuel Oritt, of 810 Lakeview dr., assisted
[omen's Division officers Mrs. Jack A. Ablin, Mrs. Stanley C.
V Mrs. Irving Sussman, Mrs. Samuel Lipton, Mrs. Aaron farr
Itrs. Samuel Sakrais Lillian, as a member of the Overseas
Mission sponsored by UJA, conferred wilh top Israeli of-
regarding the flow of immigrants and their absorption into
prael economy.
f >
Connecticut Gov. Abe Ribicoff has been quietly vacationing at
rontainebleau with his wife, Ruth ...
The State of Israel Bonds "Sponsors of Israel" formal ball,
puled for Dec. 21 at the Americana, promises to be the social
of the season, what with Elsa Maxwell hostessing, and such
is on the arrangements committee as Mrs. Sailing Baruch, Mrs.
krt Z. Green*, Anna Br*nn*r Meyers, Hettie (Mrs. Samuel-
Hand and Mrs. Myer J. Schin* ... To say nothing of Florence
Albert) Pick, Mrs. Jack A. Ablin, Mrs. Jacob Sher and Mrs.
Jrence Tisch ... ..
IChosen for the 1958 March of Dimes poster is a Jewish family.
I Helen Solomon, nine-year old Joe and six-year-old twin daugh-
Lindy and Sandy ... All four of the Solomons were stricken
polio one week in 1953 .. The father of the family, Ma|.
h L. Solomon, is based at Warner Robins, Ga.
fwestview Country Club will publish a new gossip column, ap-
Vriately named "Scuttlebutt," in early December .. -New c mn
pbers, meanwhile, are Mrs. Clara Spirt, the Harold Stones, tnt
er Schweikarts, the Alfred Epsteins, and the Louis Spitxers .
Opening night of Jacques Wolfe's Appalachian Folk Opera,
? Trysting Tree," at the UM Box Theatre last week saw mem-
of the Miami Music Club in the audience to applaud the new
* of the former Composer of the Year Florence Pick tne
odore Chertoks, Dr. H.rbert Levin and his Debbie (parent i of
halented Michel.,, and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Gilbert were among
[first-nighters.
i A party for three reasons is three times as much fun .At
IDaytonia rd. home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Munchik last week.
V.vpso band from Nassau hammered out a hot beat o celebiait
13th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Edward MoiKhiek.
birthday of Mrs. Bea Tapper, mother of the hostess and tne
Bgement of Fran Stelier and Harold Lefkoviti, who will be wed
t 16.
liBwiislUEIIiDipidliiaun
Miami, Florida, Friday. November 15, 1957
Section B
Unique Gathering
Here Tuesday
Tuesday erening will be the date
of one of the most unique gather-
ings in the history of Greater Mi-
ami's Jewish community.
On that date, a confirmation class
that graduated from Beth David
Congregation in June, 1931, will
gather here to reminisce and pon-
der on what's ahead.
For one member of this class,
there will be sad memories. Ber-
nice Schwartz, of that confirma-
tion class, died sometime ago.
But for the others, there will be
happy shouts of glee and recollec-
tions of what once was in the youth
ni the guests.
Site is the home of Mrs. Ida
(Mike) Forer, 2121 SW 24th ave.,
Miami, who was Ida Engler 26
years ago in the class taught by
Stanley C. Myers, with Rabbi S. M.
Machtei spiritual leader of the con-
gregation.
Myers today is a distinguished
community leader here and
throughout the nation. Rabbi
Machtei still remains active lo-
cally in religious and business
affairs.
Others to be present are Rosalyn
(Mrs. Victor Levine) Daum, Evelyn
(Mrs. Ben Clein) Marks, Jennie
(Mis.* George Burney) Spector,
Janet (Mrs. Norman Jonas) Marks,
Belle (Mrs. Edward Peyser). Tan-
nen.
Also Jeanette (Mrs. Ted Simon)
Kroncnfeld, Nellie (Mrs. Sid Kap-
luiu Schaii and Mrs. Forer.
And from out-of-town will come
letters of greeting from these for-
mer classmates, who no longer live
in Miami: Aaron Goldcnblank,
John Kronenfeld, Elsie (Mrs. Louis
Myer) Reisman, and Myron Marks.
Elsa Maxwell, famed international personality and No. 1
party-giver, will come to Miami Beach to act as hostess at
Sponsors of Israel dinner in Americana hotel Dec. 21. Elsa's
shown with her latest book, "How to Do It," published this
week. Arrangements committee in formation for Israel Bond
function includes Mesdames Anna Brenner Meyers, Sailing
Baruch, Robert Z. Greene, Samuel N. Friedland, J. Meyer
Schine, Edward Parker, Jack A. Ablin, Albert Pick, Jacob Sher,
Lawrence Tisch. Fhilip R. Mallory, Jacob M. Arvey, Bernard
Stevens, Louis Glasser and Max Weitz.
Annual Sabbath Party Due
On Sunday morning, the PTA of
North Dade Jewish Center will
provide refreshments at the annual
Sabbath party held for students of
Uua r'opiti Sunday school, Mrs. Mil-
ton Beresh, PI A president, an-
nounced.
Mrs. Maurice Neu, chairman of
the festive committee, has ar-
ranged lor candles, Kiddush cups,
and other Sabbath delicacies. More
han 300 children will be served
Left to riqht are Temple Judea president Sol Mrs. Benjamin Meyers. Mrs. Meyers is chair-
Rovin and Mrs. Rovin with George Jessel at man of Israel Bond Women's Division in
"Tribute to Synagogues" event in Fontaine- Greater Miami,
bleau hotel Sunday. Looking on are Mr. and


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Dawn Grossman
Gets UF Honors
Dawn Beth Grossman has been
elected freshman representative to
the Women Students' Assn. at the
J- University of Florida.
The association is ;i subsidiary of
the student body, whose pnrpoaa
is tp promote the welfare of women
StuAntS, to deepen the sense of
individual and collective responsi-
bility and to nromota loyalty to all
college activities.
Every undergraduate woman stu-
dent upon registration is axiomat-
ical ly a member. The association
screened all freshman women and
finally selected four to be candi
dates in an open election.
Dawn was the winner in a
competitive examination sponsor-
ed by the Florida Board of Pub-
0, lie Instruction and was awarded
a four-year teacher's scholarship.
Honor graduate at Miami High
School in June, she u.i- president
01 The Spanish National Honor So-
ciety, member of Tri Alpha A
Honorary Society, chaplain of Na
tional Thespian Society, member
Dramatic club and student di-
rector of her senior class play and
chaplain of Phi Sigma Tan Council.
she i~ ;i Sunday school teacher
the EUllel House at the univer-
Her sorority affiliation is Al-
pha Tau chapter ol Alpha Kpsilon
Phi \ stive Floridian, -he is the
ighter oi Mr and Mrs llurrj
Grossman, 3500 s\v sth st
HAM GKOSSMAH
Life Membership
Auxiliary Lifeline
New hope, assured security and
a brighter outlook in their twilight
years will COfM to residents at the
Jewish Hone [Of the Aged a- the
result of an annual life member-
ship party being sponsored by the
Home's Greater Miami Women's
Auxiliary Friday noon. Nov. 22, in
the Algiers hotel.
Mrs Tobias Siissnian. 9348 Byron
ave.. Miami Beach, is hostessing
the social affair. Mrs. Sussm.ui
has been an active participant in
many communal and philanthropic
organizations since- she and her
husband, a retired dress manufac-
turer from New York City, moved
to this area in 1948.
Life membership is the "main
lifeline" of the Women's Aux-
iliary in its monthly contribu-
tions toward the maintenance of
the Home, located at Douglas
Gardens, 151 NE 52nd st.
Miamians Attend
Boston Meeting
A S2JS00.00Q budget for the w
a adopted ..: Pio
men's 19th national bien-
ci mention held recentlj m
""> .1. legates from
clubs throughout the United
nd Canada pledged their
' Ol the organiiarj
elf are and culture proi
in Israel.
Among Creator Miami delegates
con-
arere Mr- \:
: :
v Mirchin, who was re- i
ted lor ., second term as na.
i-nt. reported that Pio-
neer Women funds maoe possible
the training of over 20.000 women
a: 1.811 vocational groups, farm
lance schools and instruct, m.,1
da-ses for new immigrants
Mrs. Moses Meyer, delegate
from the Greater Miami Council
of Pioneer Women, will gjvt .
extensive report of the conven-
tion at the Council's next month-
ly meeting Tuesday, 1 p.m., in
the Seville hotel. Mrs. Fred Sand-
Emma Lazarus
To Fete Members
Fmnw I a-arils chaDter of P/nai
B'nth Women will honor its paid-
up member- at a cocktail-buffet
:>art> Sundaj I to 7 p.m. at the Al-
The will include instal-
>l neu members q| the
r b) Mr- (Jerold P Soltz.
I vice pre-i.len* of Distr.it S
an address en B'nai Rr.th by Mr- '' ,T Baltuch nros,^, ;f L "' hie members and their gue-.s.
ge Bnltuch, president of the
Honda State Federation of B'nai
B'rith and a musical skit written
:",(1 Hn 1'aniel Lapin.
president of Kmma I am US chap-
ter.
Among honored guests will be
Ufred Reich, third vice pres-
ident of District 5 and past presi-
A candlelight ceremony will
be performed by Rabbi Yaakov
Ro-enberg. of Beth David S>na
gogue. with each new life member
being individually honored.
Mrs I^mis Makovsky. program
chairman, will present Leonard
Young, master of ceremonies at the
Monte Carlo hotel, who will enter-
tain w.th a repertoire of songs and
stories Mrs I. Nelson will ac-
company him on the piano.
Mr- David Phillips. life mem-
bership chairman, will welcome
mm. rot/45 sussman
pay honor to Mrs. Sussman, who is
assuming financial responsibility
for the affair.
Annua mmi 'ran
* held at ih.iv Hj*il
g,w HoU^N^y7J
Th t'n called Tal ^ *
man' Hh" h Mh J?
Cent S"?ern "C
Center chairman
Indian Creek
Division Party
Indian of Mrs w \, K al >*;
mi, Kown- 515i
*-. Miami Beach.
Purpose of the party i, ,
** program. *,;.,,
boxes of toy, for tfciH,,,
seas.
Members may w!! j^
Korda for reservations jd bl
rangements of card gaws
^HOROWITZ-..............
PUR| EGG NOODLE
Mrs. Sol Silver-man. president, will
Ner Tamid Ladies
In Kickoff Event
A kickoff luncheon for the first
denl of the chanter, airs. Norman u>ar. Book of TemP'' Ner Tamid
p ^th hM *" h'W a< 'he home of Mrs.
(Augusta) Gold. 60189th
Reinhard. president of the South
Florida Council of B'nai B'nth
Women, and Mrs Harvey Herman.
district service officer.
ler, president of the Greater Mi-
ami Council of Pioneer Women
has extended an invitation to the
general public to attend.
J
st.. Surfside.
In attendance were: Mrs. Samuel |
Sklar. president of the Sisterhood
, Mrs William J. Harris. Mrs. Louis !
' Cohen. Mrs Ben Falk. Mrs Adoloh
l<.reenbaum. Mrs Sam Greenfield
Mrs Allen Acker. Mrs. Nathan
! Block. Mrs Eugene Schwarz.
Mrs Dale Regent. Mrs. Ben Fab-
ric. Mrs U.uis Stallman. Mrs. Har-
ry Levin. Mrs Jack Klineer, Mrs
Irving Carey. Mrs Joseph Sussman
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The Coral Cables chanter of Pio-
neer Women will hold their annual
rant.
Musical highlight of the after-
noon will feature a member of the
.Miami Conservator*.
Mrs. Ben Plotkin. membership
.Mailman, is charge of arrange-
ments The arrangements commit-
tee consist, f the Mnadamea Harry
Sklar. Paul Berlin. David Green-
'eld. Joseph Scadrin. and Milton
Oreen.
berger. Mrs Philip Sotnat. Mrs. Era
Rosenfeld. Mrs. Anna Runin and
Mrs. Dan Wagner.
r -
Weather forecastbridal shower ahead.
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occasion, serve easy-fixing frozen chicken
a la king on HOLSUM toast. And here's
\ good advice for a bride-to-be
k_ HOLSUM BREAD makes any
f w"* nieal taste more delicious.
\
Imanu-tl Teacher Returns
Mrs Xaomi Brandeis. head nur-'
Brj school teacher at the Temple
Lmanu LI religious school, has just '
returned from a weekend confer- i
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lovember 15, 1957
*'JewIst)nor Mian
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iry President
ir Tour Here
t (Mrs. Archie H.) Green-
Udent of the National
liary, Jewish War Vet-
be United States, will be
lis weekend to visit lo-
that organization.
be guest of honor at a
It of Florida JWV and
dinner in the Lucerne
Jay evening.
day afternoon, sht will
Veterans Admtnistra-
jital at Coral Gables un-
'guidance' of Mrs. Harry
on and Mrs. Michael
jjch Tuesday, 11 a.m., at
larsh will be the site of
risit by Mrs. Greenberg.
^ursday evening, Mrs.
will appear at a meet-
nerican Legion Mall, 1828
\, Miami Beach, to hear a
report on the activities
ea's JWV Auxiliaries.
Jreenberg has served
Dr more than 20 years and
offices in the local, coun-
[and national organization.
I Greenberg has boon pres-
the Parkway Auxiliary,
lit of Kings County Coun-
Srooklyn, president of Do-
MRS. ARCHIE GREENBERG
partment of New York. She is
a past president of the Alfred
Wilson Auxiliary of the Ameri-
can Legion, and past president
of Sisterhood Shaari Israel of
Brooklyn.
Mrs. Greenberg was born and ed-
ucated in Brooklyn, is married to
Archie H. Greenberg, a past nation-
al commander of JWVA, and has
two married sons.
h Shore Ladies Plan Member Fete
Shore chapter, B'nai B'rith
will hold a once-a-year
hhip tea, honoring paid-up
MORE
LICIOUS
JKSa*
itb Imported
fiss Knight
Cheese!
nut-sweet flavor of true,
orted Gruyere cheese givea
\ zest to food f.nd beverages,
nderful for TV snacks, and
l dessert or luncheon treat.
Ckage contains 6 handy
te-size" wedges. Try Swiss
rghttoday!
Imported
riss Knight
and prospective members, at the
Saxony hotel Monday noon.
Nate Perlmutter, regional direc-
tor of the Anti Defamation League,
will be guest speaker.
Entertainment in the form of
a play, "A Star is Born," directed
by Mrs. Frank Cuttler, and nar-
rated by Mrs. George Baltuch,
president of the State Federation
of B'nai B'rith Women, will also
be part of the program.
Cast will include chapter mem-
bers Mrs. Mac Benkowitz, Mrs. S.
David Cohen, Mrs. Aaron Kapit,
Mrs. George Levenson, Mrs. Jer-
ome Marshak, Mrs. Al Mechlowitz
and Mrs. Arthur J. Rose.
President of the chapter, Mrs.
Lester Arkin, and membership
chairman Mrs. Milton Shaw head
arrangements for the function.
Program chairman of the after-
noon was Mrs. Jesse Casselhoff,
who said Mrs. Abe Friedman, pres-
ident, reported on the recent na-
tional Hadassah convention in
Philadelphia.

Hendrik Berns, foreign affairs
editor of the Miami Herald, was
guest speaker at a Torah" group
meeting Monday noon at the Vene-
tion Isle motel.
#
First annual show and dinner
dance of Torah group was held in
the Club Chalet room of the Lu-
cerne hotel Sunday. Mrs. Henry
Gilnian was chairman in charge of
reservations.
*
Hadassah's Medical Organization
in Israel was highlighted on the
program of the Naomi group at
their meeting Monday evening at
the Red Sunset cafeteria. The film,
"Hands of Healing,'" was shown.
On Sunday the group held a rum-
mage sale at Steven's market, 6209
NW 27th ave. Mrs. William Seid-
man was chairman.
Aviva group of Hadassah pre-
sented Dr. Irwin Perlmutter, local
neuro-surgeon, in a talk on "Ha-
dassah Medical Organization," and
Meeting of the Chai group took
place at the Dunes motel Monday
evening.
Hadassah Groups Hold Varied Meetings Here
An exciting technicolor film,
"Ready lor Anything," highlighted
the Nov. 11 meeting of the Albert
Einstein group of Hadassah. The
1 p.m. session was held at the First
Federal Savings and Loan Bank
bldg., in N. Miami.
The program stressing Hadassah
Medical Organization, told of the
world-famed Medical Center, oper-
ated by Hadassah and Hebrew Uni-
versity in Israel. A report on the
progress of the recently-inaugurat-
ed "Hadassah Town" in Israel also
was made.
Cantor Herman Gottlieb, of Tem-
ple Judea, offered a program of
music at the group's meeting held
at Mrs. Louis Baloff's home, 6235
Killian dr., Miami, Monday.

Menorah group of Hadassah held
its Nov. 11 meeting at the Univers-
ity of Miami Hillel House.
A film strip, "Ready for Any-
thing," was shown, followed by
Mrs. Leonard Wolpe, president,
who reported on the Philadelphia
national convention.
*
ATuhcTiedrnfras"giveTr at theBis-'
cayne Terrace hotel Monday noon
by Mt. Scopus group of Hadassah
in tribute to Youth Aliyah.
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, of Beth
David Congregation, gave the invo-
cation and was guest speaker.
Cantor William W. Lipson, of
Beth David Congregation, rendered
several solos accompanied by Mrs.
Louis Dinitz at the piano.
Mrs. Sol Collins is Youth Aliyah
chairman, Mrs. Louis Alexander
program chairman. Presiding was
Mrs. Harry Elson.
Sugllne
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IVOR,
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SHIA KMf.HI
Pioneer Women
Install Officers
Rabbi Isaac Lerer, of Monticello
Park Congregation, was guest
speaker at Pioneer Women Club I's
installation party Tuesday evening
at the Royal Hungarian restaurant.
Rabbi Lerer discussed "Role of the
Women in the Upbuilding of Is-
rael."
Mrs. Joshua Stadlan was chair-
man of the evening. Musical high-
light featured folksongs by Mrs.
Tillie Beckerman.
Mrs. Abe Seltzer installed the
following officers and chairmen:
The Mesdames Samuel Vilensky,
president; Joseph Krantz, vice
president; Leah Notkin, financial
secretary; Joseph Krantz and Rose
Rosenstcin, Moetzet Hapoalot; Min-
nie Bower, treasurer; M. Duckler,
recording secretary; and Henry
Seitlin, child rescue.
The arrangements committee in-
cluded Mrs. Joseph Krantz, Mrs.
Rose Rosenstein, Mrs. Leah Notkin,
Mrs. Esther Kline, Mrs. Minnie
Bower, and Mrs. M. Duckler.
The Coral Gables chapter is mak-
ing arrangements for a member-
ship luncheon Wednesday at the
H & M restaurant. 3727 SW 8th st.
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SUGARINE is Kosher and is Approved
by the Union of Orthodox
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Women's Report Due
Kadimah chapter of Pioneer
Women was to hear a report Thurs-
day evening by Mrs. Moses Meyers,
president, on proceedings at the
15th biennial convention ot Pio-
neer Women in Boston, Mass.,
which she attended Oct. 29. Site
of the meeting was to be Miami
Hebrew Congregation.
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hundreds of other groceries, in
plain sight in their own section
of the Food-O-Mat.
Food-O-Mat's practical design
puts an end to juggling with
stacked package displays .
keeps crates and cartons off the
floors and out of the aisles. All
stocking of Food-O-Mat is done
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Chen Awards were made al a meeting Sun- Henry Seitlin. Mrs. Samuel Wilensky, Lies
day in Seville hoteL Left to right are Maj. Gooeens Pick. Mrs. Sophie Krantz and Mrs
Walter Pick. Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakrais. Mr*. Harry Platoff.
Reservations Mount for Women's
Division Annual Educational Confab
Reservations are beginning to l malic presentation featuring a
n-ount for the Combined Jewish takeoff on a nationally known TV
Ml Women's Division fourth spectacular will open the dav's pro-
annual education conference set ceeding* Purpose of the morning
Tuesday. Nov. 26. at the Seville se*on. accordins to the program
' committee, will be "to dramatize
(.nairman of the community wide the wide scope of health and wel-
tion. Mrs. Milton Sirkin. Wed fare services rendered bv the fam-'
* announced that Mrs Sam ily agencies of the Greater Miami]
sirTK)nhoff. Women's Division Jewish Federation"
presidfeat. will play a leading role
he colorful and exciting pro-
sram planned for the day.
Mrs. Simonhoff tofthr with
Mrs. Samuel Bnktr and Mrv
Samuel Sapiro, are three rep-
resentatives from tho Greater
Miami r+ who recently visited
Israel as member* of the United
Jewish Appeal Overseas Study
Mission. Her eye-witness report
on "Israel Today" will bo pro-
This portion of the program
will pin-point just how the Wo-
men's Division of Federation, an
officially established division of
the 20-year-old organiiation, has
functioned effectively in recent
years to marshall all women's
organizations and leadership in
behalf of the total Jewish com-
munity.
Prominent communal leaders will
Mrs. Pick Makes
Chen Presentations
Mrs. Lies Goosens Pick, who
came to Miami to pay special trib-
ute to the people who work so
hard and so long for Israel, award-
ed Chen charms and seals to wo-
men leaders of this city in the sale
of State of Israel Bonds at a meet-
ing Sunday in the Seville hotel.
The Women's Division, State of
Israel Bonds, headed by chairman
Anna Brenner Meyers, has taken
on their own quota of 100 housing
units.
*"" Each unit coat* TCMO, and
houses four families, and is new
in the process of being built so
that the more than 100,000 im-
migrants flowing into Israel to
scapo persecution in other
lands throughout the world may
be integrated Into the economy
of the fast-growing new land.
Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakrais and Mrs.
Harry Platoff are co-chairmen of
the Chen group here.
Leading the city in the sale of
Israel Bonds is Mrs. Nathan Book-
span, who is responsible for the
sale of $60,000. Following are Mrs.
Miriam Press, who sold $50,000.
and Mrs. Abraham Kasow, who
sold $40,000 in Israel Bonds.
These are the women of Chen
who received seals towards the
Woman of Valor Pin. for which
$100000 in Israel Bonds must be
sold.
New
anddeli^
"WtMu ,
&
Ladies who have received their
Women of Valor awards include
Mrs. Louis Glasser and Mrs. Jacob
Rifkm. who were awarded their
Women of Valor Pins last June at
a testimonial luncheon in honor of
Mrs. Meyers.
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vacltm pacuui
Ask far Aif
WIUTOKosfcerSUCBi
Corned Beef, fed |
Salami, BoJv#K
for dinners, boffef |
delicious sandwich*, i
HOT or COLD,
Weft* for tail laswnw,
rai iooi, will bo pro- .-----"- luiiiuiuiiai leaaers win
sented during the afternoon ses- ,ake the lead'ng roles in the pre>
sion in the Alhambra room. enUtion.
To xtreamiuw. ... ^'""owns luncheon, members of
o -treamline and unify this the audience will be invited to ask
> e-r s conference. ,he plan of work- questions about the woma7s plat
ns will be replaced by "> 'he service-picture and also
i< i uhich will bring speak- about curr*n* conditions m Israel.
jnd questioner^ face-to-face' Mrs Ed*'" Opponheim. resorva-
ad facilitate the give-and-take P^llL**!* Miami fi. .. _
_ _7\ Fn.?d,and- reservation chair- tlfy Of NOBe Tea
Mrs. David Rosenhouse wag
installed PTA president of Mi-
ami Branch Hebrew Acad-
emy Sunday. Other of-
ficers are Mrs. Abraham Es-
enman, vice president; Mrs.
Lso Osier, secretary; Mrs.
Max Deakler. treasurer; and
Mrs. Donald Picker, liaison
officer.
prtant ,n an ^ttSSSiZEZE*
: Mr.. S,rki stated ced tbw ear.y returns .."Z.e
'he but* of the cnfer., .here approximately!,
-> ** at I. am ,n the .women ,n atiendU a tne cT
A.hambra room. A surprise dra-'fereoee.
i Gables chapter of the City
of Hope will hold a membership
tea at the home of Mrs. S. Friend
3804 Monserrate ave.. Coral Gables
Tuesday at 1:30 p.m.
ORT Chapters Have
Active Week Here
All four chapters of the South
I eastern Florida region of Women's
American ORT held general meet
ings this week.
Greater Miami chapter met Tues-
day al the Seville hotel, and a lin-
gerie fashion show was presented.
Miami Beach Afternoon chapter
met for a luncheon meeting at
noon Wednesday in the Sea Gull
hotel, where a current best seller
was reviewed.
Coral Gobies chapter met Wed-
wd,lf be home of Mrs. Nor-
man Covan. 2318 SW 20th st, to
hoar Owen Phillips, director of
Studio M, in a talk.
North Dade chapter met Wed-
nesday at the North Miami YMHA.
Women's American ORT pro-!
vides for the vocational rehabiliU-1
Don of underprivileged Jews
throughout the world, and all as-1
Poets of student life, welfare, and
deveiopment are the concern of
tins world-wide organization.
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DPhiE Alumnae
In Two Events
Greater Miami Alumnae Assn.
I>elta Phi Epsilon sorority will
neet for brunch Saturday. 11 30
ujl, at the Venetian Isle motel.
in charge of reservations for the
vent, which is scheduling a Dale
rnegie graduate as guest speak
iLi.1? M" Ernest Hris. Mrs.
*? m an(l Mrs. Alan Marcus.
Delta Ph. Epsilon Alumnae
flayed cards in two homes Wednes-
ay ~ Mrv Alan Marcus. 1271 05th
X, Bay Harbour, with co-hostess
urn Schw.ru; and Mrs. J
William Baros. Jr.. 529 Marmore
Corei Gabies, with co-booteoo-
'* Mrs. Arthur JackowiU and Mrs.
Jtooert Smith. Proceeds were (pr
Ioeme chiWtt Cardiac
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fovember IS. 1957
* Jew 1st fhriti^r
ingress Women to Hear Miss Judy Dynner
enjamin Kamen, presi- p.m.
he Florida Women's Divi- The affair, highlighting "Con-
erican Jew.sh Congress, | greg8 Week activities in |he ^
i a membership coffee at j area, will feature installation of
prs hotel Wednesday at 11 '" memhcrs. special awards and
Bokwh
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a report from Judy Dynner, recent
winner of the David Petegorsky
Scholarship Award oased on an es-
say, "Why I Wui.t to Attend the
Summer Woik'hop ii. Israel."
i i
Week" chairman, will chair the
event. Reservations may be made
with Mrs. Alfred Rubenstein, mem-
bership chairman of the Florida
Women's Division, and chapter
presidents Mrs. David Muskat and
Mrs. Larry Friedland, "Congress Mrs. Irving Quartin.
Her outstanding essay wen
Judy a trip to Israel an six-
week summer workshop at the
Louise Waterman Wise Youth
Center, along with 11 other win-
ners from across the country.
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MKS. PQUN
miss tumsKt
Caplan, PoSin Exchange Vows
Miss Constance Fay Caplan and dauehter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cap-
Raymond Polin were married Sat
urday. N >\ 9. in Temple Emanu
El. Ml Yernoi: NY.
Mr and Mr- Israel Polin. 510
SAV 61st ;i\l'. are the parents of
the bridesruom The bride is the
Miss Elinsky
Weds Physician
Mi- \Urc.j Paula Elinsky and
Dr Ronald Teichner are engaged
She i> the daughter of Mr and
Mr- Le i Elinsky, 2941 SW 6th rt
Re is the km ol Mr and Mr-
Charles Teichner. of SkoUe, III.
Mi-s Elinsky attended Waeetoek
Mm and the
L'nivenit) af Miami.
Pr Teichner is a graduate of the '
University of Ilhr. Medical
School, where he was president of'
Alp."
He served two yean a- an officer ,
in the Naval rps m I is
now a resident in oh-tetries and
.-. Jnekapa Memorial
BeafMtaL
Caplan, CeJn k
To be Betrothed
Th? enpaeement of Miss Faith
Doris Caplan. daughter of Rabbi
and Mrs. Jonah E. Caplan. to Max
Celnik of New York City, will he
announced at a family gathering
i Saturday night. Nov. 16. at the
home of the Caplans. 410 \V.--21st
>t.
Mi Caplan i- in her senior year
at Stern College for Women of Ye-
shiva University in New York,
where she i- majiring in psychol-
ogy and sociology. She will be grad-
uated with a Bachelor of Science
degree and will, at the same time.
receive a baccalaureate degree in
religious education.
Mr Celnik received bis Bachelor
of Arts degree at Brooklyn College
in 1965. and his Masters degree in
Literary Science from Rutgers
University in 1956 He is librarian
,, a .... .,...., at Stern College and at the Span
Mr Polm took his graduate and ,sn and Portugue>e Synagogue, the
undergraduate work at New York ,,|de-t Synagogue in the United
University, where he received a states. Mr Celnik was formerly as-
!.., ''.., v,,,, U j, ^-n-,Hlci,|P(1 Wltn the public library j
ber of Phi Alpha Theta national system in New York City.
hoi, r -ociety and it a pro- \fiss Caplan and Mr. Celnik will
wasor ad University, fij m from New York Friday morn-
The couple will live in Mt. Yer- lng. and will return Sunday eve-
ning.
ha obi Caplan. who was formerly
with Kne.-eth Israel Congregation
of Miami Beach, is now regional
director of the Florida chapter of
Ye-hiva Umversitv
MKS. MAKSHAU
Ian of Mt. Yernon.
ML

Wiener Levin
Off on a wedding trip to Puerto
, Rieo and the Virgin Islands are Mr
[and Mrs. Henry Norman Wiener.
Their wedding took place Monday
noon. Nov 4. at Temple Emanu El %_a|_ j taj
The bride, the former Mis- Her- UrTttOdOX WOMN
mine Levin, of 1800 James ave.
Miami Beach, is the daughter of
Mr- Ruth F Levin of New York
and Samuel Levin of Balti-
more. Md.
Mr Wiener of 805
Map Convention
HOUSED PRACTICAL NURSE
Desires Paiitiaa in IxHri Office.
h#rieacte' in General Office Werk.
each Only. Coll JE 4-273*.
ROOM & BOARD FOR
ELDERLY PEOPLE
ReascnobU ratw; worn atmsihtre .
Cor service t Beach, etc. MIS. H.
UV.N, 1$4S tJCllO AVE.. JE 13741
way. is the son of Mr and Mr- Is-
rael A. Wiener of Mattapan. M..--
The couple will live at 805 Vene-
tian way
Mr- Wiener attended William j
and Mary College and Columbia
University Her husband gradu-!
ated from the Um\er-it> <.f Miami.'
where he is currently athletic de
partment business mar..:
Women leaders from all parts of
America will participte in the
three-day convention of Women's,
1 Branch. Union of Orthodox Jewish
BUSINESSWOMAN WITH
Beach Apt. Wishes to Share
Bernard Waxier
Cables Masonic Lodge was
foe the Saturdav N .
B welding and reception of Mi-
Renec Wexler and Marshal] J Ber-
nard.
They will honeymoon in the Flor
nd Cuba After N
thwj will ut !2U SW 21-
She i- the daughter a| Mr- Ed-
Wexler \i .<.. and
the late Vr Wader. Mr and Mrs
Mark Bernard. 3336 SW 23rd ter..
Congregations of America, to take
place Nov 18 to 20. in Rockaway
Park. NY.
Mrs. Simon April, president of
the Greater Miami chapter. Wed-
nesday announced the following
affiliated congregations: Miami He-
brew Congregation. Beth El. Beth
Jacob. Beth Tfilah. Beth Israel.
Agudah Israel Hebrew Institute,
and B'nai Zion Congregation in
Key We-t
Oft* Chapter to Meet
Orah chapter of Mtzrachi Wom-
en > Organization will meet Tue-
day evening at the home of Mrs.
Irene Miller.
on Sunday No* 24. the chapter
will sponsor an all-day beach party
and barbecue at Crandon Park Pit
1 In charge of reservations are'
M;- Betty Feiger and Mrs: Miller.
are the parents of the hndegroo*. U,htr Chapter Salesmanship
1 ne (Tide is a erarimto ,,t u,n_, ... .
itfc wn.\ Private hat*
JE St 511 tram 9 U 5;
after S. JE 1-026J.
tar each.
Sal.
1 he bride is a graduate of Miami
High and Daws Institute. Saw. is
a member of Phi Delta Gamma.
Bernard is a graduate of Mi-
ami High and the Univer-
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At a regular montMy luncheon
meeting of Lorber chapter. Jewish
National Home for Asthmatic Chil-
dren at Denver, held at the Garden
restaurant urn Tuesday, guort speak-
er was George Bernstein, in a talk
on "The An of Selling Yourself."
Ka!il Shows Need For Little Theatre
"Tha cultural
is staaatty ri*ii*_
that w h*d CHjr own Civic TKaa-
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of
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lattHaaeat area, 25 SO, solicit omov
harshaa MatL Jewish Oraaaiialwa
tvewMas, Saae'avs. rVasatcHvt aaaea-
anaaa list taaaliea'. Salary.
UN 4 7327
rge Kahl. candidate for Mi-
ami city commission in group 5.
Wednesday proposed that the City
f Miami -pon>or a Civic Little
Theatre.
P -nting to ,w succ^ ^ the >SilJe'ISJtha!, ,h" Pro*""
H.-llvwood Uttle ThettTe^ Z .+S?JSMZ% ?U-"*.
*d that we have a mural toca- V.S!? Um* A '*'*"**-
tio. in the SWefroa, Pa ",UdS- .d wcwfcer?T" 1^ Utent
.urn. temporarily, and eventual!*- a 5^hT^^kU. *li'bl< ,hro*
# v ,T* Sc,l00, Tkes^Mn Society."
' he declared
Sloan Simpson. Dallas girl
who left Texas to win fame
first as a top model and then
as stage, radio, and TV act-
ress in New York, will nar-
rate all-Israeli fashion show
sponsored by Women's Di-
vision. State of Israel Bonds.
Thursday, Nov. 21, at Eden
Roc hotel. Admission to 2
p.m. function is by minimum
purchase of SI00 Israel Bond
from Sept. 1 through Nov. 21.
, Little Theatre could be built out of
'""d earned by the group.
Music For All
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Kalil added that "the remarkable
adult education procram at Uod-
sey Hopkins is .Bother positive
tactor. With admissions keyed to
movie prices, this program could
well channel teen age katerest away
WWfJ4it$Cwtiwes
thT*^L!l*n0 Okohca w,u offer
Wan, Sunab, evenmrSSS
aS2T &. iS
Modeling Israeli suit is Mrs.
Joseph Yanich in preview
showing of all-Israeli fashion
crffair at Eden Roc hotel
Thursday at 2 p-m. She is
wife of State of Israel held
representative here loseph
Yanich. couple lived in Is-
rael for four years, where
their two children were born.
prior to arrival here.
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i ouctwn, "Aidi"|
Miss Porus *.\
'note, will
the puno.
Rabbi Morri.ii
leader of Temjaji
-tnt past pn^gj
l'Rht ceremoiiy ^
cial butaday '
Mrs. Ben K^]
president. j\i anj
> ling is prograa i
Sisterhood
Annual ro||
Sisterhood ol'
i will hold m
Wednesday mm;
hotel. accordiBiaJ
R Kaplan.
Featuf of the i
gram will beai
ing Lehrnup of I
book "Compuhiax
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lifted by
from mt book
Turk.
In charge of latl
William Rubensamf
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Mr< Jule? P.
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15, 1957
*Jewist>noridlian
Page 9-B

}i Dr. and Mrs.
iar, 4475 Nauti-
. Beach, became
[at Temple Beth
rday, Nov. 9.
ronish officiat-
Sheldon, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Winick, will become
Bar Mitzvah Saturday, Nov.
16, at Hialeah-Miami Springs
Jewish Center. Rabbi Leo
Heim will officiate. Sheldon
is honor student at Kinloch
Park Junior High School and
member of school band.
Le vine
itzvah
\g, son of Mr. and
tine, will celebrate
at Beth David Syn-
y, Nov. 16.
Rosenberg will of-
(tor William Lipson
turgy. In addition
1, Stephen will also
iTorah.
fd religious school
and is an eighth
dent at Shenandoah
Bool.
[Levine will be hosts
fcbbat following Fri-
prvices at the syna-
i will follow the Bar
Saturday, with a
tone for family and
ists.
t a reception will
in Stephen's hon-
ot the reception will
[candlelighting cere-
Id by Rabbi Rosen-
[gucsts will include
Nathan Schwartz,
K.; Mrs. Alvin Stein-
ughter, Odrian, of
II-. Kensington, Md.;
j David Levine, Mrs.
ami son, Paul, and
I, all of Forest Hills,
IN.Y.; and Mr. and
Iblirer, of Brooklyn,
kstone
' rshops
. Serve you
[hours
JE 8-159
Kiddush Follows
Krantz Services
Michael Lee, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Abe Krantz. will become Bar Mitz-
vah Saturday Nov. 16, at Miami
Hebrew Congregation.
The Bar Mitzvah attends Shen-
andoah Junior High and is a stu-
dent in the religious school at Mi-
ami Hebrew Congregation.
Rabbi Simon Apri; will officiate.
Michaels parents will be hosts at
Kiddush following services.
Attending from Brooklyn, New
York, will be Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
D. Krantz, grandparents. Also
present will be Michael's maternal
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Meyers, and great-grandmother,
Mrs. Fannie Olshan, all of Miami.
STEPHEN IEVINE
?Ot
X'c.
r BROS rw
iip Of.sr'
Academy Women
Launch Project
The Hebrew Academy Annual
Journal will be officially launched
at a general membership meeting
of the Hobrew Academy Women
Wednesday noon at the Crown
hotel. Mrs. Benjamin Appel will
preside.
A detailed description of the
project and methods for its launch-
ing will be presented by the Mes-
dames Isidore Spolter, David S.
Andron, and William Kesselman.
Plan* for the forthcoming
membership coffee to be held at
the Fontainebleau hotel Dec. 18
also will be discussed.
Volunteer workers for the rum-
mage s#le will be signed up by Mrs.
Benjamin Kornreich, rummage
chairman.
A program depicting Jewish,
Book Month will be presented by j
Mrs. Henry Wernick and Mrs. Irv-
ing Firtel, program chairmen.
Mission Members
Back from Israel
Local residents returned from
Israel last week, having completed
an intensive eight-day survey as
members of The 1957 Overseas-
Study Mission of the United Jewish
Appeal, into the needs of hundreds
of thousands of immigrants who
arrived in recent years.
They are Dr. and Mrs. Morris
Goodman and Dr. Benjamin B.
Rosenberg, executive director of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion. Dr. Goodman is chairman of
the upcoming 1958 Combined Jew-
ish Appeal.
Other members of the Mission
doe, to return shortly ere Mr. and
Mr*. Carl Weinkle and Mr. and
Mrs. Abel J. Harris, of Miami
Beach.
The UJA Study Mission group
arrived in Israel Oct. 23. During
their stay, they were received by
Israel President Itzhak Ben-Zvi,
and conferred with Prime Minister
Ben-Gurion.
The Jewish Agency is the body
responsible for the immigration,
reception and absorption of Israel's
newcomers, and receives the major
portion of its funds from the UJA
through local welfare funds.
Mission member* also toured
Hie Negev and Lachish districts,
where large numbers of immi-
grants have been settled in re-
cent years.
They came to Israel after attend-
ing the country directors' confer-
ence of the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee, a UJA constituent agency,
in Paris.
Emanu-EI Slates
Meet for Dec. 1
Samuel Friedland Wednesday an-
nounced that the Temple Emanu-
EI semi-annual social meeting and
dance will be held Sunday evening,
, Dec. 1, at the Fontainebleau hotel.
A special committee under the
chairmanship of Mrs. Sherman R.
Kaplan, president of the Temple's
Sisterhood, has arranged the eve-
ning's schedule of entertainment
and business reports.
Highlighting the affair will be
the presentation of an original
musical skit, "The Three Hous-
es," written and" airecTeoTTjy
Mrs. Trixie Levin.
The cast will include Temple
Emanu-EI teen-agers, B a r b a r a,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Bo-
dcrman; Joel, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jules P. Channing; Bonnie, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Cypen;
Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo
' haikin: Michael, son of Mr. and
Mrs.. Harold Friedland.
Gary, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo-
nard Friedland; Arlene, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Halper-
in; Stanley, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Lane; Delcie, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lipton; Ste-
ven, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Rob-
inson; Marsha, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. George Talianoff; Wendy,
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Harold
Unger.
Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harjy Schwartz, will become
Bar Mitzvah at Saturday
morning service of Temple
Emanu-EI. Dr. Irving Lehr-
man will officiate. Richard is
a ninth grade student at
Nautilus School and attends
Temple Emanu-EI religious
school.
FROST CONSERVATORY of MUSIC
to Announce the Opening of a Violin Master Class with
BARNETT BREESKIN. VioLiniai
Director and Conductor Miaow Beach- Civic Orchestra
ION ROAD Miami Beach PHONE JE 8-7560
4*rr>
S#e*2.
IAT PROMOS
. .OSP
Leon Ell Will
Speak Wednesday
Daniel M. Broad, president of the
Jewish National Fund Council of
Greater Miami has announced that
a general meeting of the Council
will be held Wednesday evening in
the Seville hotel.
Leon J. Ell, who has just re-
turned from an extended .trip to
Israel where he surveyed develop-
ments there, will report on his
findings.
Ell is an honorary life president
of Temple Beth Sholom. He is a
member of the national hoard of
the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations, Hebrew Union Col-
lege and Institute of Jewish Re-
ligion.
He is past president of the Jew-
ish National Fund Council of Great-
er Miami, and la now a member of
the JNF national advisory board.
Also scheduled on the evening's
agenda are reports on final plans
for the third annual JNF dinner
scheduled Dec. 8 at the Crown ho-
tel.
Dean Bus Mitzvah
Marcia Dean, daughter of Mr.
ind Mrs. George Dean, 8311 Haw-
thorne ave., will become Bas Mitz-
vah during late Friday evening
services, Nov. 15, at North Shore
Jewish Center. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz will officiate. Marcia
is a student in the graduating
class at North Shore religious
school and attends Nautilus Junior
High.
YOU CAN HELP .
Towards the support of the fine
old men and women at the
Jewish Home for the Aged
by sending us articles which yea
cannot ase or still Such at
FURNITURE RUGS
LINENS a LAMPS
COSTUME JEWELRY
for pick-up please call Mr. Silver-
man at PL 1-3949 or bring to us
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5246 NE 2nd Ave.
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Closed Fridays and Saturdays
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THE UNITED BAIABATIM VAAD HAKASHRUTH OF GREATER >1IAMI
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establishments that have the VAAD LICENSE. All Vad Supervised
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9-Jmistik>rktiar
Frid
T.
or*
Reform Group
In Session Here
Rabbi Eugene J. Lipman. direc-
tor of the Commission on Syna-
glUIHI Activities of the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations,
parent body of 535 Reform congre-
gations throughout the nation hj-
principal speaker at the second an-
nual fall meeting of the South Flor-
ida Council of the UAHC in the Se-
ville hotel Sunday.
Henry W'oli'f. president of tan
South Florida Council and member
ol the national board Of UAHt
chaired the Warning session of the
meeting.
Judge Harry A (areenberg, chair-
man Ol the committee on educa-
tion, reported On the \i-it here of
Mrs. I.ibby Braverman. nalionall>
prominent educator and authoress
ol children's religious books, who
addressed teachers in the Reform
Religious Directory
h Spero, vice presi
I the Council chaired the
ntation
ting on -Board of Trustees
and Liln'ral qmagOflMS in thil area aIu) ,(u. Temple ,\ WM
Wednesdi laired by \ C Goldman, presi-
dent "t Temple Israel. Went t'alm
Israel, was presented arKh a -croll
and had as panelists Morton
idenl of the Brother-
hood Of Temple I-r.iel. Miami, and
mber of the board of the Na-
Ifilton Forman, of i:. ,r> "( Temple
man of the Committee on Syn- Brotherhoods, and Mrs. Alfred
tctiviti recommended t Reich, director 'of the State of Fior-
I ., School for ida for the Southeast Federation ol
'i TempU Sisterni
nducted bj the
Jud9 Greenberg Sunday an-
nounced the fonmion of a Re-
form department within the Col-
lege of Jewish Studies of the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education.
area's Rel n rabbii This e
I to planning an elabor-
ate winter program, which will
I : I' l -.-.". B OUt-
Iritis lure during 11
March A
w ill be Dr Solom d I
[er-
i i : An eri ai Rabbis
man of the
: a complete aeries
16 mm. films on the Jewish h
Dr. Henry Wechsberg, chair-
man of the board of trustee* of
the South Dade Jewish Center,
chaired the workshop on "The
Board of Trustee* and Member-
ship." Sam Goldstein, member
of the executive committee of the
Council, John Serbin, president
of Temple Beth Shoiom, and
Rabbi Lipmen were participants
in a workshop on "The Board
and th* Rabbi."
Other reports were rendered
by Leon J. Ell, chairman of the
committee on the combined cam-
paign for the Hebrew Union Col-
lege-Jewish Institute of Religion.
Dr. Valentine Eloch. reported for
Mia committee on new congrega-
t.on. nd Maury Kutner for the
Greater Miami Federation of
Temple Youth.
I pman was heard in a
.
ritua of Temple
b) T
Rubb., participating in the all-
day meeting included Rabbi Morns
A Skop. president of the Greater
i Rabbinical Assn. and rabbi
of Temple Judea. Coral Gables;
Ral.hi Marius Ransom. Temple
Emanuei. It Lauderdale; Rabbi
Minard Klein. Temple Beth El.
rood; Rabbi Benno M. Wal-
lach. Temple Sinai. N. Miami
Beach; and Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Temple Beth Shoiom. Miami Beach
Rabbi Herbert M. Baum^ard is
director of the South Florida Oun-
cil of thl UAHC a: rabbi
of the South Dadt Jewi-h Center
Nathan Winukur. of C.ral Gable*.
cr< tan
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7B01 Carlyle
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Bvar.
l ,,|., ... ,. i I a* m.
,;.,. ,,,... \... .,. ...! b>
Solrit and No! Moved bj Mechanism.

ANSHE EMES. 2535 SW 19th
ivt Cantor Morris Zimmerman.

BETH DAVID. 2635 SW 3rd ava.
Conservative. Rabbi Yaakov Rosen-
berg. Cantor William W. Llpson.
Kl Hi* I U.J
,. | ,-lxil TtUnNV Sal rdaj S .. in
r Mltsvah st.-'.n. eon ol Mr. ami

BETH EL. ST* SW 17th ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir-
sky.
An Adventure In H

BETH EMETH. 12250 N.W. 2nd
ave. Conservative. Rabbi David W.
Herson. Cantor Hyman Fein.
.
BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rott-
.ran.
u ... kl Portkin '

BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washing-
ton ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor
Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamches.
.
e
BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd
eve. Orthodox. Rabbi Arie Becker.
It da am-

BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
iky.
9
CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
Conservative.

DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CEN-
TER. 11160 NW 2nd ave. Con
servative.
? rn

FLAGLER-GRANADA. SO NW
Stst pl. Conservative. Rabbi Mur
ray A. Alstet.
Kril..\ I i'. i m tTnmrn'i Qnetfjl |n
> i m..n "Mother florab and
Juitat>>n in the I a\ "

FT. L/UDERDALE EMANU-EL.
ItOl S. Andrews ave.. Ft. Lauder-
lale. Reform. Rabbi Marius Ran-
TION. 1101 SW 12th ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Berele
n. e i e mer.
Krldnj 0:So p.m. Naturtiax ,
liar Mllsvah: Ml.-hael. non ,.f \|
Al.f Kiai.li.

MONTICELLO PARK. 164th st.
and NE 11th ovo. Conservative
Rabbi Isaac Lerer. Cantor Jacob
Goldf arb.
Prtdoj) s p.m. Client Speaker \i
Abraham All*, nvta-ln. muni,., ,,f ,,.,.
Il'.nal rxevome nmimltt'.
in Jewish (".ingress. Salimla. I
Sermon: ''The Sunrise ami Hiii
:. dent Pel -...nalm
e
NORTH DAD! CENTER. 13630
W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi
Henry Okolica. Cantor Maurice
21 lh*RM
T
!31rt -ad^!
TEMPLE ZIOR nj
Wixman.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 911 6th
St. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander
Kil.lsy I:K p.m. Tfi new famil .
be wpl<-med b) Itsl.lii Ofcoll ,
i.ni Man*) K Apfelbauin.
NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620
75th st. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowiti. Cantor Edward Klein.
Kri.la\ I I". D in Sermon I
t;\ In.- lines/' In honor i.f Jra
Month Jin- Mltavati
M
I'-an Children's rossaeeratlon
S.
e e
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER
715 Washington ave.

SOUTH DADE JEWISH CEN
TER. Reform. Rabbi Herbert M
Baumgard.
Prtdaj I IS p.m. at III
t'l.Ik t'n M
"Tfce t'nltea FundTht- United C
^."
e
SOUTHWEST JEWISH C'NTER
643t SW 8th st. Conservative. Rab
bi Abraham Levitan,
Ku.la. S3" p m Presentation I.;
Kondi lu
-i In Sub)e<-t: "larae! T
-
e
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144
Chase ave. Liberal. Rabbi Loan
Kronish. Cantor David Conviser.
Kti.iax I:1S p.ra Sermon: T. r,
Veara Mln. (h.- I'nlted Nation
lainatlnn a Jewish tfiatr '
In a eerie* of fl\> nvrmnni. on i
ant anntvervartrs I Stii"1i
M tivah: Jih-1, son of Mr.
and Mrs Bernard Hi
s s
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701
Washington ave. Conservative.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Is-
rael Reich.
rYid.-. | .to p.m. .VriPufi' To.
et-ther I
l-\md Ksl.ba.th. Saturday .<
w.. I-. l i,m i^.
Rt" h Mr ..n
*r!i. Kleut
W
**t-*eiB
TIFERETH ISjJ
Miami tvl. c7'J
Abraham H,,^
Giants.
"' .
nS r.

im
- -.
-.
TORAH TEMrui
ava. America*
Abraham Ctsstl.
' *J
ZAM0RA JEWISH
Zamora vi. Con
B. Leon HurwHi |
Brill.

Wolf sen Named To NCCJ Board
Richard K w kg L'nivers-I
raa eh.
"
rs of the Confer
.jn- and Jews at the
annual meeting ol tht
m m N.a \ork city.
RrCNARO sVOtfSOal
Aatf */CAM IUAIU
RELIGIOUS STORE
'SS7 WASHINGTON AVE.
MIAMI BEACH je t.TTO
A BIG SELECTION OP
CHANUKAH MENORAHS
made in Israel and in the States
Wotti >tant to the pre>i-
: WT\"J. and WotssCtCO Thea-
nemher o( the board of
r of the
> played an rob) on
the annual Brotherhood Dinner
r>mm,t!t-e for the pa*t several
I rean
He is a member of the Bar in
Florida and New York. In 1949,
under a Guggenheim Fellowship,
he made a special study of the
jurisdiction of the United States
Supreme Court. This work be-
came the subject of a book, of
which he was co-author, publish-
ed in 1951. Wolfson has also
written extensively for legal
periodicals and has had articles
published in Fortune Magazine.
In the same election. Admiral
Lewis L. Strauss, chairman ol the
Atomic Energy CommivMon. was
named Jewish national co-chair-
man of the Conference Adm
Strauss succeeds the late Roger W
Straus, one of the founders of the
NtVJ Reelected as Protestant and
Catholic co-chairmen respectively
are Benjamin F Fairies, former
, board chairman of the l\ S Steel
. Corporation, and James F. Twohy
West coast industrial.
Wolfson. by his election, replaces
Carl Wemkle on the national
board Other Florida members of
the body are Fans N. Cowart.
chairman of the Commissioners of
Dade county, and C Doren Tharp.
vice president and dean of facul-
ties of the University of Miami
HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS. 9S1
Flamingo way. Conservative. Rab-
bi Leo Haim.
Tbe PHv-
.
M .
e o
HOMESTEAD CENTER. 113 NE
1th st.. Homestead. Conservative.
r*'* Gerrx officiates.

HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE BETH
EL. 1645 Polk St.. Hollywood. Re-
form. Rabbi Minard Klein.
e e e
HOLLYWOOD BETH SHOLEM
1725 Monroe st.. Hollywood. Con-
servative. Rabbi Samuel Lerer.
e s
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI.
2030 Polk St.. Hollywood. Conserv-
ative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor
Yehudah Heilbraun.
e e e
tSRAELITB CENTER. 3191 SW
24th tor. Conservative. Rabbi Mor-
ton Malavsky.
Z2'UJ 'Jiy V"1 -erssMai:
e e
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid
ava. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehr
HoW. Cantor Abraham Soil.
' is a n.
he Woma^b, the V
MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGA-
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th
St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bernstein.
Ibj v -, ,. s. .,. on
t-.r the Jewish I
drive lo
e see
TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skop
Cantor Herman Gottlieb.
Ft lav .
Mltsvah; Alan, son
- .
see
TEMPLE NER TAMID. To be
erected at 80th st. and Tatum water
way.
P m at X-*
and Manlinn IT.
Mr. anU
Baua ajhkw

TEMPLE SINAI of North Miami
Col! JIfferson 1-7677
for the
DRAWING-ROOM
CHAPEL
... In dsgnifled
Simplicity, kn excel-
lence of toste vat
within the family
Firestone i
Named byl
Rpplfrtiin of Pom
"f K'vn Mar. n\J
of I'mted CfrfVtl
-inouncvl lbsl
: I
!- rpported I
and all other
i during tat |
reelected for
eighth annual
Mo.
Delegates froffltkj
filiate to the i
turn to Woods, iadski
Saunrlers. admia
fersoa, chietl
I>->rhn|og>:Eel
S I Service I
Polhard. rooHJaajsj]
n. presidestl
\ ol Miami:
Eirbinrler. preadntJ
Kn Bjp
dep.'. Miami BmAT
and Miss Lam FtSal
mi Wuimsm
_____I
Deborah Society I
Deborah Tub '
will met I 3'. tl *9
noon SeiC
;; be lunchraj
:- EUMWSJL
nounce the plans !
ner dance. Boanl f"
meet at 11 a-""-
| Miami Hebrew I
,55 v,mh*M
Miami BM -?
H,6r. *35,II_
iSRAELI Wia^j

NWMZN<
Dr. Tor H. Stem
Jll Washington Ave, M. R,
M**n**: JE -23tS je 1-1H*
1333 Dode Boulevard
Edward T. NewHten
Funorol Director
M' "-ST


r 15, 1957
+Je1st fhridfiar?
Brg, managing
mo*hotel, was
ion of Miami
2i of Com-
ing committee,
riously served
is member of
board of City
ich, three of
board chair-
a r i e s
|HERMON
Nov. K. A phar-
[l iik Co., he wan ;i
3 ears, He wa h
K.iri ConcrecMloit.
hi1- wife, Susan, his
(in Herman; uH
lfiy, i lelen and Ros-
nn burial were In
verslde-Beach Me-
[ rharno^ of arianKe-
ItlNSLENDER
In i\ ili,-il NOV. 7.
II >-ais, .she U-uvcs
|am; and two son-,
el Sidney I.apln-
ni burlaJ were in
al Biranffejlionta by
J-.....rial Chapel.
STEINHARDT
l
  • " .ii s. nhe Is Hiir-
    i.ns. Milton. Julius
    lUk-hiiT, Mrs. Bett)
    i and Iwn bro-
    kre Nov. x at Uiver-
    II.! i'h.i|i,l.
    HINDERSTEIN
    |av,- ilii-il Nov. 4. A
    I, she leaves her
    fa ml two sons. Ser-
    were in New York
    nan-'iorrinn H'umral
    If local arrangement*.
    UN SACKS
    |th st., died Nov. A
    he was a resident
    Survivors Include
    |tou ami Viiol|ili. two
    Kiel lien man and
    Iner; and nine era ml
    ps ami liurial were in
    brdim Kun.-ial 1 Ionic
    inim. in,-iiis locally.
    ROSENBERG
    | resident f"r ton
    Mr. Rosenbergs
    lew York in April, in
    Em. I'.en laniin I1.: iind
    iMrs. Harriet Brook,
    _. iu. Tessle, ami Mi a.
    [ami rrandcnlldren.
    BROTMAN
    died Nov. :. w.-n-
    t i-< n and co-founiU-r
    gniport Jewell) I lorn-
    mI by his wil.
    era, .lark. Or. Her-
    I .l.imes; ami foui sis-
    el \\ i .loan, Mis. John
    f Ht-ni'v l.umlon, ami
    nan, of Miami Beach,
    fiul were in Montreal
    INA GOROIN
    IV,-. .Mf.l Nov. 11.
    [five rears, sin- leave*
    than: ami a daughter.
    r' s-i \ H ,-s were Not
    M,'inorial I'ha-
    lo Ml. Sinai Ceiue-
    IA GOLDBERG
    (lid si oi. n NoV, 10.
    id Cross, c.....munit)
    fr Women Club No *-'.
    i.dii.-iii here l- yean,
    on, Capt. Herbert
    In Kormona; and
    [hei i'. Sonny.
    ?v. II al RJvi
    Chapel, with burial
    rnetery
    |NIE FEINGOLD
    li!''lli si., died RioV. 8
    er of Beth David Byn-
    npiis chapter of Ha
    Home for Chll-
    lewlab Home for the
    a ii -id. in i...... for IS
    lOXVON
    I. ,i i- .,rvlvlnK "r- duuKhi.i. Mlw
    Ru h P-enton; a son. fcfoe; iw., granri-
    i-n,"lr'-"' ..... brother and threeVia-
    Mr* lli.ka ins.,.in
    Mian, Service* were Nov. I..... .:
    (tew rSrk '""' MHh ,,"rl"1 '"
    Page 11 B
    .. ... HARRY BERMAN
    5 of i.,,u Drexel ave., died Nov. :,. a
    retired conductor for the Nen v,.,i.
    aubway, he wan a realdenl here five
    years. .Surviving- are his wife Kale
    and a son, Leonard, Bervlcei were
    rffv: SS.JM.**?......Beacn Wmorlal
    Chapel, with burial In Mt. Nebo Cem-
    ALEX COHEN
    89. of 9\>6 Kuelld ave., (||,-d Nov I II,
    haws his wife. Leah; s<,. uiiv.
    mond; and a daushter, Mrs. Bertha
    Bdel. S.-rvlns were Nov. 7 al Rlvei
    aide-lieai-h Memorial Chapel, with
    .luirialln Mt....Sinai,,(\sim-liry. ... ,.,
    ISADORE KAUFMAN
    73. of 107X NW 110th si., in,-,I Nov. 4
    He is survived by his wife, Jenny and
    two sons, Barnetl ami David. Bervlces
    were Nov. at Rlveralde-Beach Me-
    morial Chapel, with hurlal in Mi Smai
    Cemetery.
    MRS. BESSIE H. KANTER
    6S, of 9.1SIP Collins ave.. died Nov. 5.
    She leaves her husband, lint; a -on.
    Robert; and a daughter. Mrs. Jacklvn
    llolnrman. Services and hurlal were
    In Imluth. Minn., with Itlverside-
    lleach Memorlnl Chapel in rharfc ,:
    Iih'iiI arrangement*.
    MARK ALLEN SHAPIRO
    in, of 8836 Hue Versailles. Normandy
    Isle, died Nov I. He Is survived hv
    his parents. Mi. and Mrs. Norman
    anaplro, and on.- brother, Gary. Ser-
    vices were Nov | ,ii Riverside-Beach
    Memorial" Chapel, with burial in Lake-
    side Menu,rial Park Cemetery,
    DAVID FAU
    71, of ifins Drexel ave., djed Nov. 4. A
    realdenl here l- veara, he Is survived
    by his wife, Jennie; and three daugh-
    ters, Miss Harriet Pu, Mrs. Rhode
    Janson and Mis. Arllne Jayson. Ber-
    vicea and liurial ward in Brisiklyn,
    with Newman-Oordbn Punbral Home
    in charge of local arrangements.
    JOSEPH MOSKOWIT2
    71. of |n|n S\V Uth ave., die,I X,,v. I.
    Owner of a retail .less shop in Coral
    ?ablea, he had been a resident here
    seven years, Survivors Include his
    wife. Bather; a daaajhter, Mrs. Belma
    Oolriberp;; and a son, UeOnard. Bar-
    OAyaw
    BY HENRY LEONARD
    vices were Nov. 5 at Riverside-Beach
    Memorial Chanel, with burial in Stai
    of I 'avid I -.tneli v\ #
    MICHAEL ROSEN
    .".7, of 249 Collins ave., Bled Nov, \
    retired butcher, he had Veen a resi-
    dent here five years Surviving are ids
    wife, RSsthec; two sons, Carl and Shel-
    don, with tii. An (force in Maine; one
    brother, five sisters and one grand
    child, Bervl 'en were Nov. in al Cor-
    don Funeral Home, with burial in Ml
    Nebo I Vm.-tery.
    LEGAL NOTICE
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME'LAW
    NOTICE is HEREBY hivkn thai
    the hum signed, desiring to i ngagi In
    business under the fie i lous name *>i
    HOLIDAY INN al I S W M'l St.,
    Miami, Florida intend to register said
    name with thi Clerk of the C cull
    Court ol l'.Mb- i-o"iii\. i .ii la,
    Jl ISEPH II s.MITH
    AMELIA 0 SMITH
    nr. 22-2S, 12 '
    LEGAL NOTICE
    NOTICE UNDER
    v,,P.T'.TIOlJS NAME LAW
    NOTK B IS HEREBY (IIVBN that
    the undersigned, il.siilng to engage In
    business under the fictitious name af
    HILTONAIRE MOTEL al Had. Coun-
    ty intends-rn register said name with
    the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dada
    County, Florida
    CAUI.VI .!: Mlilll-:' MAN.
    s.i.nkv BFRONBON "* "W"'"'-
    Attorney for Applicant
    Shoreland Bldif.
    '--I'll. 12/fi
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage In
    business under the flctlJous name of
    l:iey*YS>HA>HvriCN SIKH'S -r 'A'NT>
    RESTAURANT al 8680 N.w 54th St..
    llialeah, Fla., Intend to register said
    name with the Clerk of the Circuit
    Court of Hade County. Florida.
    WILLIAM EVANS
    MILDRED DUNNE
    IDA LENTZ
    11/15-22.29, II/
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES1 COURT
    IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 42046-B
    In Re: ESTATE OF
    DAVID II LEVINS
    1 lei e I ed
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    |'o All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing i''alms or Demands Against Said
    Estate:
    You, and each of you are hereby
    notified and required to present any
    l i.iims and denial!.is which you. or
    either of POU, mac have agalnsl the
    estate qf DAVTO II LEVINE deceas-
    ed late ..f n\iii: County, Florida, to
    the Honorable County Judges ,,f D-ide
    i'ouiiiv. and file the same in their of-
    in cs in the County Courthouse in
    Lad.- County, Florida, within eight
    . ai. ii i ir monl iis fr..... the date of the
    first publication hereof. Bald claims or
    demands to contain the legal address
    f ihe claimant and to be sworn to
    and presented as aforesaid, or same
    will be baited, s.. Section 7:t:i.l6 of
    the 1945 Probate Acl
    I ate Noveml i r 9. A.D. 1957.
    ARTHUR s DAVIS
    As Administrator of the Estate of
    DAVID II. LEVINE Di in
    VRONOVITZ .> ARONOVTT55
    Attorneys for Estate ol l >$c\ Id H.
    Levlne.
    II 15-22-29, II 8
    Sweeping styling changes are apparent in
    1958 Ford car line. Fairlane 500 Town Victoria
    (right) and Fairlane Club Victoria (left) share
    with all new Fords such dramatic styling
    changes as new safety dual headlights, cor-
    rosion-proof anodized aluminum grille, power
    flow hood, slip stream roof, sculptured inyji
    ed V trunk lid and twin safety taillights. En-
    gineering and design advances include new
    engines, new Cruise-O-Matic transmission and
    optional Ford-Aire suspension. New 1958 Ford
    car line is on display at Ford dealers in Great-
    er Miami now.
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE is HEREBY CIVEN th It
    the undersigned, desiring to engage In
    business under the fictitious name of
    ALBERT'S I-'LixiR RENEWAL at
    In'-.] S.W. 27th Avenue, Miami. Florida
    Intends t>. register s.i,i name with the
    Clerk of the i "in till Court of Dade
    'ountj. Florida.
    RICHARD J. BERGER
    RICHMOND ft W0LF8ON
    Attorneys for Rioaard J. 43erger
    11/15-22-28, 12 I
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
    'he undersigned, des'rlna to engage In
    business under the flotlllous na
    RUARD TRADING CO. at P.O. Box
    iii::j. Normandy Branoh, Miami Beach.
    Florida intends to register said name
    with the Clerk ol the < ocuu Court of
    I iade Count" PI. '-'a
    HOWARD ZIMMERMAN
    II/1S-22-28, \Z
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
    in,- unaaralgned, desiring i. engage In
    business Ulldei Hie fictitious name ol
    II A 0 \-|:nii|Ni; MACHINE COM-
    PANY al Lade Cdbnt) Intend to reg-
    ister said n.line with the Clerk of the
    Circuit Court of Hade Count v. Florida,
    Harvey ooodman
    0 bo roe hodqe8
    Turner Reveals His Platform
    Raymond E. Turner, candidate
    for Miami City Commission in
    Group 5, is a native Floridian,
    who has lived in Miami since 1925.
    He is married and lives with his
    KAtmOHD riMNCR
    wife at 1331 SW 2nd ter.
    Turner has had wide and varied
    business experience, having en-
    gaged in the automobile business
    for 27 years, seven of which he was
    in business for himself.
    He was employed by the Flor-
    ida Stale Racing Commitsion for
    four seasons as inspector and
    auditor. Ha is at presant operat-
    ing a landscape nursery business,
    Turner Nursery, at 1320 SW
    22nd st.
    He is past vice president and
    member of the board of directors
    of the Miami Used Car Dealers
    Assn., and member of the board of
    directors of the Florida Used Car
    Dealers Assn. He is a member of
    the Riverside Methodist Church.
    Turner's platform includes Re-
    duction in taxes and equalization ol
    assessments; removal of FEC tracks
    from downtown; more landscaping
    and beautification of parks
    Save! for vacation,Christmas,education, new"
    home or car, emergencies, future securicy. ..
    Save where saving is
    Profitable? Savings accounts earn at eh*
    current rate of _f /2%
    Safe! Each savings account is insured up to
    $10,000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insur-
    ance Corporation.
    Convenient! Central downtown location...
    free parking in the building .. free postage
    when you save by maiL
    "IT'S TIM! TO lltl*
    PRIME GROUND FEE
    $90,000 will rtfuni $10,000 pr yew.
    Professional building in top location.
    $ STANLiY GOLDSMITH
    Heritage Realty & Investment Co.
    1048 Katie Concourse
    UN 5-8665
    foul H. Maria.
    Prstidsitf
    Ss hoblo espoM
    FLAGLER
    FEDERAL
    SAVINGS
    [AND IOAN AiSOOAIION
    OF MIAMI
    FIPIRAI
    s\l iv >
    Hlfili
    m MOS0T
    EVENINGS
    III f-.N,
    10O N. E. 2nd Avenue
    -DEDICATED TO THRIFT*


    Page 12 B
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    Inaugural mating for the Par program, and to the parents of the
    ent Teacher Ass* qI the South 450 students who attend classes
    Dade Jewish Center will be held f^m kindergarten through eighth
    at Hillel House. Thursday evening. de
    Nov. 21.
    The meeting is open to the pub- R.bbi Mrbrt Baumgard will
    Ik interested in the educational P*ak on "Bridging tno Cap bo-
    lwtn School "* Homo."
    and will load ha di*us*ion fol-
    lowing.
    Mr- Harry Ross, principal of the
    Sunday school, will outline aims
    ,if the coming year, including plans
    for various holiday celebrations,
    the first of which is to be a color-!
    ful musical production for Chan-
    uka.
    A social hour will follow. Co
    chairmon of Hits committoa art
    Mrs. Marry Gunrhar, and Mn.
    Jock Salom.
    The new PTA will serve the 450
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