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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
ll Number 47
Miami, Florida, Friday, November 22, 1957
Price 20*
VIOLATION OF USSR EXTRATERRITORIAL RIGHTS
p Protest Grenade Near Embassy;
\'m Missle Was No Dummy Shell
[TABy Direct Teletype Wire
jjSAI.KM Soviet Embassy Counsellor G.
jiesday conferred with high officials of the
reign Offioe, seeking further information
enade found last week, which the police
not live.
Jdummy grenade was found by children
early 1,000 feet from the Soviet Embassy
Gan. They turned it over to an Israeli
on duty near the Embassy.
et circles here claim the grenade was not
a dummy but an explosive missile. The police re-
port that the grenade had been buried far longer
than the three year* that the Embassy has occu-
pied its present quarters.
It is understood that the Russians protested
against the fact that the policeman called the near
est police station to report the find from an Embassy
telephone without requesting permission.
The Soviet officials consider it a violation of the
USSR's extra territorial rights.
ieve Hussein
Survive New
me Threat
VLEM (JTA) The be
[spreading in most West-
bIs this week that young
Issein would survive the
inuinist-backed Egyptian-
^opaganda drive to topple
the Jordan throne, end-
\he time being the threat
Met dominated Arab coun-
lirtually every Israel bor-
pisis of the newspaper and
sts against the shaky Arab
ias a charge that King
[had been negotiating se-
hth Israel officials for a
it of the Arab refugee
and that he was ready to
raeli terms for such a set-
jroung King, moving with
Ing skill to protect his
[convened the first con-
of Arab refugees and
^e delegates that Jordan
never give up its fight for
loration of "your usurped
|nd" in Israel. The refu-
ike up a largo part of
fitinued on Page 3A
United Synagogue Adopts
Code of Member Standards;
Rabbinic Authority Stressed
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
KIAMESHA LAKE, N.Y.A set of standards for synagogue prac-
tice was unanimously adopted here Tuesday at the biennial convention
of the United Synagogue of America, the first such code ever to be
adopted by a national synagogue organization.
The first article of standards in-*
structs each congregation to look
U.S. Interested'
In Preservation
Of Israel-Lawson
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
TEL AVTVThe United States is interested in the preservation of
Israel and in maintaining the integrity and independence of the coun-
tries of the Middle East, Ambassador Edward B. Lawson declared here
Tuesday in his first speech since his return from a six-month stay in
the United States.
The Ambassador cited the Eisen *------------------------------------------
to its rabbi for authority on all
matters pf Jewish law and recog-
nizes the Committee on Jewish
Law and Standards of the Rabbin-
ical Assembly as the authority of
the United Synagogue in such mat-
ters.
Other articles deal with the
standards for Sabbath observance
deemed appropriate for member
congregations; with responsibil-
ity of the congregation to insure
the proper observance of Kash-
Continued on Page S A
I- Heiman has been
I e d president-elect of
rn states region, Coun-
[ Jewish Federations and
re Funds. Election was
Jn New Orleans, La., at
General Assembly
teek. (See story Pg. 7A).
Court Vacates
Rape Charges
TEL AVIV(JTA)Zoltan Gre-
gus, Hungarian actor charged with
indecent assault against a 12-year-
old Israeli girl, was acquitted in
Magistrate's Court here Tuesday on
the grounds that there was insuf-
ficient evidence on which to base
a conviction.
The Hungarian Government,
in a series of protests and the
expulsion of three Israeli diplo-
HE'S FLOURISHING
Continued on Page 5 A
Broker Denies
License Revoked
Duncan MacGregor, the Palm
Beach broker who is under fire
from the Florida Real Estate Com-
mission for selling property to a
Jewish buyer, told the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency in Miami Monday
.hat reports he had had his license
revoked were incorrect.
The broker, who sold the prop-
erty in 1936, said that the owner
of the property, H. K. AI lard, had
filed a complaint with the com-
mission. Allan! contended that
Mr. MacGregor had sold a plot to
the Jewish buyer despite his know-
ledge of Allard's desire that none
of his property be sold to Jews.
The commission thereupon is-
sued an order to the broker to
appear for a hearing on why his
license should not be revoked.
The broker applied to circuit
court for a notice to quash the
order.
When the circuit court declined
Continued on Page 5 A
hower Doctrine and Secretary ot
State Dulles' statement of 1956 out-
lining the conditions under which
the United Stales would be pre-
pared to guarantee Middle East
peace as evidence of this American
concern.
He spoke before the Israel-
American Friendship League at
a luncheon in his honor. During
his visit in the U.S. he reported,
he had found "a very substan-
tial increase" in public aware-
ness of Israel and Israeli prob-
lems.
He assured his listeners "there
is no lack of alert official aware
ness of Israeli problems."
The Ambassador said that in the
complicated Middle East situation,
Israel and its problems appeared
particularly important in the U.S.
Earlier, Ambassador Lawson
awarded the first of a series of
chocks meant to support Israeli
cultural activities. He handed a
"heck for 300,000 to the Israel
Philharmonic Orchestra.
Grants will be made to 42 cul-
tural organizations from a fund of
6.300,000 accumulated in local
currency under an agreement
where United States publishers of
books, newspapers, and magazines
sell their products in Israel for lo-
cal currency which the U.S. Gov-
ernment accepts for dollars.
IMMIGRATION-
Italian Offers
Quaint Help
ROME (JTA) President Gio-
vanna Gronchi of Italy hinted Wed-
nesday following his return from
Turkey where he and other Italian
officials discussed Middle East
problems with leaders of Turkey,
that a basis for solution of the Is-
rael-Arab conflict might be found
in acceptance by Israel of a limita-
tion of its immigration policies.
He offered that suggestion,
based on a reciprocal Arab accep-
tance of Israel's existence as perm-
anent, in commenting on a com-
munique covering the Italian-Tur-
kish talks.
The Italian leader stressed that
the forthcoming NATO conference
"must discuss" Middle East peace
and security, although the area is
outside the geographical bounda-
ries of the NATO alliance.
Mr. Gronchi suggested that Is-
rael might substitute for its pres-
ent principle of unlimited immi-
gration a policy of restricting im-
migration to emergencies such as
the case of the Egyptian Jewish
refugees.
Gurion Rejects Neutralism;
Test Vote Backs Stand
JERUSALEM(JTA)Appearing in the Parliament of Israel for
the first time since he was wounded there by a madman's hand grenade.
Premier David Ben-Gurionhis injured leg still shoelessclosed a
foreign policy debate by firmly rejecting the left-wing's proposals that
Israel alter its foreign policy in the direction of neutralism. The
Premier was upheld in a vote of 63 to 12, after his 70 minute address.
Explaining in detail the reason; ?
why the Israel Government found
it impossible to adopt a neutralist
Arabs Don't Want Refugee Solution
UNITED NATIONS(JTA)Some 10,000 Arab
refugees, currently on the payroll of the United
Nations Relief and Works Agency in the Middle
East, constitute a source of strong resistance to a
solution of the Arab refugee problem, a study of
UNRWA personnel data indicted this week.
These figures showed that on Oct. 1. 1957. the
agency's staff totalled 10.083 persons, including 9.854
"area personnel." All area personnel are Arab refu-
gees They include all UNRWA staff members who
come in direct contact with the Arab refugees in the
camps in the Gaza strip, Jordan, Syria, and Lebanon.
This includes teachers, doctors, nurses, sani-
tation employees, transport workers and main-
tenance people end the "mukhtars," or local lead-
ers, who serve as administrators of Hie refugee
camps.
The anti-Israel activities of some of the "area
personnel" was indicated this week by Dr. Luther
H. Evans, director general of the UN Educational,
Scientific and Cultural Organization, who said that
he and UNRWA were aware that the teachers teach
hatred for Israel and seek to imbue refugee children
with the hope of returning to their "homeland,"
meaning Israel.
Some experts here believe that the "area per-
sonnel" have a vested interest in continuation of
present Arab refugee treatment because an effective
solution would cost them their jobs and better-than-
average income.
policy, the Premier voiced a long
and sharp criticism of the Soviet
Union noticeably much sharper
than his remarks opening the de-
bate a month ago.
Mr. Ben-Gurion, summing up
instead of Foreign Minister Gold*
Meir, who is at home nursing her
injured foot, hurt in the same
bomb attack, insisted that Is-
rael's position in the internation-
al situation was markedly im-
proved over what it was two
years ago. He assailed and re-
jected all prophecies of doom
and trumpeted his faith that the
free nations still have the power
to deter aggression.
Most of his biting oration was
aimed at refuting the remarks of
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Ben-Gurion Rejects Neutralist Policy
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two deputies Yaacov Chazan.
leader of the Mapam. a member of
the government coalition, and
Jochanan Bauer, fiery deputy of
the opposition Herut. Only during
the first few minutes, as he paid
tribute to the memory of Col. Ne- J
hemiah Argov. his military aide
Who committed suicide two weeks
ago when he wept openly did i
the Premier appear to be other
than the biting, slashing prophetic
figure so familiar to the Knesset
membership.
| such minor favors as the photo-
| graphing of (JMrsfk and BttftW)
manuscripts (in Soviet museums)
< wore grateful." he declared.
"When the Soviet prou utter-
od baseless slanders against us,"
ho said, "wo were silent. We al-
low the Israel Communists to tell
lies about tho United States and
tho Soviet Union. Shall wo," ho
asked sarcastically, "forbid non-
Communists from telling the
truth about the United States
and the Soviet Union? Would
thiT be^uffaiiTy?''
Replying to Mr. Chaxans demand
for neutralism, the Premier avert-
ed that neutralism was possible in
two forms alonethat all nation-
of the world concede Israel the
-ort of neutral status granted Swit-
zerland, or that Israel be neutral
in it- dealings with all nation-
The first is not possible, ho
continued, because the Arab
states neither the pro-Soviet
nor the pro-Western statesare
not prepared to grant Israel neu-
trality. Nor have the rest of the
nations of the world indicated
a desire to grant Israel such a
status, he said. Indeed, he add-
ed, there was no reason that
they should single out Israel as
sacrosanct without similar guar-
antees to Belgium, Hungary or
other countries. The United Na-
tions he said, could not be de-
pended upon to guarantee Is-
raels security as Hrael had
learned in 1948 and in 1951 when
the Security Council ordered an
end to the Suei blockade of her
shipping.
He denied Mr. Chazan s charges
that the Western-oriented Baghdad
Pact was aimed at establishing a
base for an attack on the Soviet
Union or that its conclusion had
led to the Soviet-Egyptian arms
I deal He -tressed that he loved
the Haih i.i.l agreement no more
than did the Mapam
With broad irony, the Premier
(described the neutralization policy
-ungestcd by Mr Chazan as a
i "modest and praiseworthy wish."
but interjected that neither Chazan
nor anyone else had invented the
"raogte u.ind" to achieve it. The
Premier made short shrift of a
Herut proposal that Israel conclude
a treat) with France. He asked
and received, Kenessel support
from the agenda the surveillance of secret service n
Tu'-'c^H^^^'T' aimed|"d uniformed ushers.
nim in the embarrassing ,_________________________________
predicament oi opposing a pa
uith a warm ally.
I ed at in passing. The Premier dis-
c-losed that Mr. Pearson has assist-
ed Israel in acquiring Sabre jet
planes whose deliveries were halt-
ed at the last minute when Israeli
troops marched into the Sinai Pe-
ninsula. He expressed his grati-
tude to the Canadian plane manu-
facturer who returned Israel's pur-
chase price when export licenses
were cancelled, permitting the
Jewrm State to use the funds to
purchase planes elesewhere.
A Herut suggestion that an at-
tempt be mode to block the Suez
Canal and otherwise interfere
with the Egyptian economy in
its dependence on the Nile, tho
Premier dismissed "tanta-
mount to suicide." To Poratz
Bernstein, General Zionist load-
er, ho said that tho government
could not have explained before-
hand its intentions concerning I
Sinai. To have broached secrecy,
ho asserted, would have endan-
gered the campaign and laid Tol
Aviv and Haifa open to bombard-
ment.
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lUtKf tISCNDRATH
Believe Hussein Will Survive
Latest Threat to His Throne
Continued from Page 1A
Jordan's population and include
soma of the bait-educated and
politieally-tophitticatad elements
n Jordan.
The delegates adopted a resolu-
tion assailing "the unjust campaign
of lies and intrigue launched
against Hussein by the trumpets of
Egyptian propaganda."
*Tb*ead6. -e* gees demonstrated irt the streets of
Damascus, screaming for King Hus-
sein's death. The demonstrators
endrath to Deliver Dedicatory
mon at Temple Beth Sholom Fete
rice N. Eisendrath, pres-
Ihe Union of American
ngregations, will deliver
|ory sermon at a service
on at Temple Beth Sho-
evening, Nov. 29.
endrath has headed the
karent organization of
[Reform-Liberal Judaism,
[of 550 temples through-
estern Hemisphere, since
also co-chairman of re-
rganizations of the Na-
iferenco of Christians
vie* president of the
Jnion for Progressive
and director of both
lional Jewish We If ire
the Synagogue Coun-
nerica.
[participated in many ra-
Itelevision broadcasts on
ph-of-the-Air program.
of Dedication and
jring will be conducted by
pus school of Beth Sholom
lay morning, Nov. 30, apd
korning, Dec. 1.
I Leon Kronish. spiritual
the congregation; and
Greenberg, director of
education, have prepared special
services and religious pageants for
each of the services.
The "Weekend of Dedication"
will be climaxed by a dedication
dinner celebration in the tem-
ple's new auditorium on Sunday
evening. Dee. 1. Members of the
Temple's construction commit-
tee, headed by well-known indus-
trialist Charles Silvers, chair-
man, will be honored at this
function.
Additional entertainment will be
featured at the dinner celebration
through the courtesy of Larry
Tisch, of the Americana hotel,
member of the Temple's board.
Little Jackie Heller, singing Mas-
ter of Ceremonies at the Ameri-
cana, will be one of the featured at-
tractions.
Dinner committee consists of the
Presidents' Council of Beth Sholom
John Serbin, president of the Tem-
ple; Mrs. Sol S. Pine, president of
the Sisterhood; Mrs. Harry A. Lack,
president of the PTA; Dr. Meyer
Eggnatz, president of the Men's
Club.
Mrs. Louis J. Krensky is in
charge of the dinner arrangements.
carried banners denouncing him
for the alleged secret dealings with
Israel.
In Washington, a State Depart-
ment spokesman called related
Cairo charges that the Eisen-
hower Administration was urg-
ing King Hussein to negotiate.
peace with Israel as made "com-
pletely out of whole cloth."
Israel, equally prompt to avoid
giving the Cairo radio fuel for its
anti-Hussein blasts, called "utter-
ly fantastic" the charges of secret
talks on the Arab refugees. A
spokesman for the Foreign Min-
istry said the Israel Government
"knows nothing about such nego-
tiations."
The spokesman said that anti-
Jordan radio propapanda from
Cairo and Damascus was monitored
in Jerusalem and, together with
Jordanian anti-Israel propaganda
attacks, was re-broadcast by Israel
on its Arabic transmission facili-
ties "to prove that Egypt and Syria
have no monopoly of anti-Israel
feeling." Israel put into operation
this week a powerful new radio
transmitter aimed at complete cov-
erage of the Arab world including
remote sheikdoms in the Persian
Gulf.
forty Pianos to Compete At Beach Auditorium
Miami Beach auditorium will re- of Piano Teachers,
sound with the combined musical
effects of 40 pianos plus several
organs on Friday evening.
Displaying their highly-develop-
ed talents will be the students of
Miami's chapter of National Guild
Mrs. Gertrude Ellis and Mrs.
Wilma Spratlan will conduct the
group, which ranges from 7-year-
olds through each age group, in-
cluding teachers in the finale.
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Merritt Island, 200 miles north of
Miami on the East coast of Florida,
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this week.
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swimming, boating, as well as for
fruit groves, cattle and turkeys."
Lots may be purchased for $199,
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wJenist ftorkJ&n
fubllahed every Friday sine* 1WT7 by the Jewieh
Meridian at 120 N. E. Sixth Street, Miami 1. Florida
tntered aa aacond-claaa matter July 4. 1S0. at tha Pott
Office ef Miami. Fla.. undar tha Act af March S. ttrs.
Tha Jawiah Florldian hai absorbed tha Jawiah Unity
and th Jawiah Weekly. Mambar ef tha Jawiah Tele.
Bra.ph.ic Aoancy, Savan Arta Feature Syndkata, World-
wide Ncwa Sarvlca, National Editarial Aaaociation. Amir-
lean Aaaociation of Engheh-Jewieh Neapapere, Florida
freee Aaaociation.
FRED K. SHOCHET..............Editor and Publisher
LEO MINDLIN..............................Executive Editor
Provocative Issues on Tap
Miami's chapter of the American Jewish
Committee always holds an interesting annual
meeting here, and this Sunday's should prove
no exception.
In addition to an address by AJCommittee
director Morris Abram, of Atlanta, there will be
four concurrent workshop sessions preceding
the dinner-meeting.
The workshops will be dealing with knotty
issues affecting the American Jewish commun-
ity today, its relation to problems here at home,
as well as to Jewry overseas.
In addition, the workshops are expected
to come up with a viewpoint on the responsi-
bility we shoulder with respect to this overseas
arena, and the complications it creates for
American Jews, who must also look to an in-
telligent fulfillment of their duties a3 citizens
of the democracy in which they live.
Of double interest i the fact that the meet-
ing presages the start of the fifth decade for
the American Jewish Committee. Nationally.
the organization continues its battle for the right
of every man to be judged on his meritsnot
by his religion, color, or ancestry.
Internationally, among other objectives.
AJCommittee looks to the remnants of Jewry
surviving World War II and seeks to assist
them in rebuildina their lives. This program.
..--.evitably tied to AJCommittee's relentless bat-
tle against Communism, has its counterpart in
the organization's profound concern for the
State of Israel, her survivdl and future.
At home, in Miami proper, AJCommittee
programs reflect all these interests, plus an in-
sped dose of activity in behalf of such civil-
libertarian projects as integration and rigorous
maintenance of the separation of church and
stale principle.
Ail of this will dominate the spirit of the
chapters gathering Sunday. It should prove
provocative both to observers and participants.
A Post He Justly Deserves
SamJ. Heiman has been named president-
oj the Southern states region of the Coun-
cil oi Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds.
s a high honor, which recognizes Hei-
achievements in the held of Jewish com-
y activity.
In a strona sense. Heiman's election should
oe seen as a double honor, for his rise throuqh
the ranks of service has been a rapid one.
In 1955 and 1956. he was chairman of
Greater Miami's Combined Jewish Appeal
campaign. This, year, he served in the capa-
city of chairman of CJA's United Jewish Appeal
Emergency Rescue Fund. "^
11-?!*1"1011 has been to krael a member
>t UJA s overseas studv mission, and is well in-
formed on the needs of the Jewish community
This knowledge, in conjunction with his
understanding of the local Jewish scene, makes
Heiman an excellent choice for the post to
which he was elected in New Orleans.
We join Greater Miami Jewry in congrat-
ulating Heiman on his succeeding to a job he
justly deserves.
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Volume 31 Number 47
Friday. November 22. 1957
28 Heshvan 5718
during the week
us I see it m m
by LEO MINDLIN
Friday
rvfLher *!
What
*>
An Honor for Federation
Another honor accorded Miami at the 28th
General Assembly oi the Council oi Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds in New Or-
leans last we stand was the national commen-
dation Greater Miami Jewish Federation won
there for the best set of year-round interpreta-
tion material produced in 1957.
The award takes on added significance
because Miami was pitted in competition
against Federations oi some oi the nation's
largest cmes. w.
The award is one more example oi Greater
Miami Jewish Federation's advancing strides
as this community's overall community plan-
ning and fund-raising agency.
"ARAB UNITY" .
Dedication in Washington
Members of B'nai B'rith here may be justly
proud of the dedication ceremonies to take
place Sunday in Washinaton. On that day.
an impressive program will open to the public
B'nai B'rith's new SI.6 million building.
The edifice will serve as central headquar-
ters for B'nai B'rith activities in America.
The international service organization has
come a long way since it was first formed back
in 1843 in a small cafe in New York.
From these modest beginnings has devel-
oped a complex program both here and abroad
embracing wide Jewish interest in civil liberties
Judaism. Jewish youth and the State of Israel.
The dedication ceremonies in Washington
wul hear from top personalities in many walks
of life. Their presence wUl attest to the prom-
inent position B'nai B'rith has achieved as an
organization devoted not only to Jewish affairs
but to the centrally important significance of
democracy, as well.
The new B'nai B'rith edifice redounds to
the praise of Americans of every race and
creed interested in freedom and justice for alL
Continuing Source of Books
The advent of Jewish Book Month once
ogam sensitises us to the vast literary heritage
that is the prise of the Jewish people.
Purpose oi the observance is to have ui
P Jnuing inters* in this heritage the morning of
J*wh tradition suffers. -~j w
n^S* *? anCieQt ***** WTifin* the
weU-^jrmg f^ which the world draw, i*
^caa and moral .y^. a. Jew. we ax.
jW upon to recognise thai th writing.
J^^wela-u.iorm*! Jew. should *maint
Finally. JewiA Book Month #aqeri. thot
SwtT, JTWi^-bUt ^ reading^
w at*!"*
0 w ui bnf*'
gTy.rgument. Would that we had dSJ^-ig
Reason has been singularly absent fa-
ster* belief in the status quo took its nlae.* *
reasonable in the extreme. For if we e*nL a *
which they live no longer to change thetVL1*" ** <*
change in ourselves. Such entrenched lel1,hMnuUnWt*i
worth is a sure sign of deterioration. DeltdU ,L **ttli3
perfection, weight toj**jwrk*%g
There have been few buyers; there have been
smug did we become that the takers suited mnr? ^
buyers. For in the taker, we recognized the ^ **
motivate us. These were, themselves mastedan!**'
quo. These feared change for the bet as ntT*'
afraid of change because it might shatter oar"K^-1
-because change could only mean something bad
Wl MUST UPON HINC UtHttASOMAtU
CPUTNIK SHOULD PRESUMABLY mark the end of .Hi.
* gret. What lies ahead we can not categorica,y Hf
suspect that the politics of regret are still Si'V
President Eisenhower was in Europe, he brought backau
forgery called the Spirit of Geneva. Then came nVhX
arms deal with the Soviets, the internationaliation ofVLvi
and the Franco-Bntish-Israeli action of Oct 1956 TW
hardly touch upon the continuing Jordan.an crisis and ?,'
fection of Syria to the Communist orbit.
Now the President is prepared to go to Europe i
^K?tf^d'ffe.rent reaSOn" The hand of 'nendship is
of NATO needs fattening. And France sees us her enemr
politics of regret that brought defeated Nasser out of hit ('
once again to assume his dictator's post; that squeezed
squeezes the breath from the soul of Israel; that tor the
pediency shames this nation everywhere in the Middle
France against the wall of survival today.
Twice in a decade we have insisted upon British .u
Suez, we pushed by threat ef sanction Israel from SioaTaJ,
arm the enemies of France in Algeria This is our la**.]
mania in the Middle East, where the toehold of the free i
ens daily and where Communist entrenchment looms as 11
This i our latest unreason in the face of Sputnik-ani
which Israel has grown accustomed over the years, an ah.
will make the beeps of the most receift Smiet satellite si
ever more gaily on her joy ride through outer sp*c.
IM MttOKlABU ANTIDOTE Mfvft KlAUZlD
WHAT THW MEANS is that we will have cau * at some future time. For Western removal from the 1
no longer naively implies support by example of the nan'
pulses of the Arab peoplesimpulses we have forged
fiction and sold as a reflected aspect of our excellence, i__
trstion of the area should tell us that French defeat-like tkel
defeat and Israeli frustration before itsimply means thti'
tion of one external force for another.
The problem is just how far we can go in this businessis
diplomacy. Soviet expansionist technique has forced ustojn
to our "friends" in lieu of their buying them from the SortSij
selves. The present deal with Tunisia is i i ase in point la
circumstances, a weakening in our resource- seem i
dispersion of our allies assured. A predictable antidote I
niqueand one that might have proved profoundly ef'ei
strong deterrent to expansionism never realized here.
This, too, must inevitably be a source of intense regret I
regret which even now seizes our leadership no less than art
opinion-makers, who today unabashedly call Secretary of Start
a bungler. I can think of no more poignant example ti*4
ministration's move immediately after the launching of Sasfl
invite to Washington former members of President Trunaw
guard for advice on future U.S. foreign policy.
Not even as late as the eve of the 1956 election. ta<
Army in Sinai and British and French troops in Suez etchri"
clear portrait of the bankruptcy of his diplomacy, did Mr-
feel impelled to examine his personal culpability in I* *jrj
East imbroglio, let alone to understand the ultimate meaw
country of his recalcitrant insistance on withdrawal.
m (W laV MIUTAST WOMB BANDS DOWN
UN**!
LIE WAS TOO busy doing a repeat performance in Mjj*
honest Eisenhower-Nixon campaign waged four J*
against Harry s. Truman. O. neither occasion did dJ~
gent battle igaieal ii.iiilili AeUai Stevenson. w"VrL,d
pealed to the base at ignorance of this nation s electt|"~B.
of treason sod corruption in past Truman Adnunistrat*--
The diplomats who launched what then *!*.-, d
slanderously called "Truman's War" in Korea, and *T^.i.
to the "meat" he fingered in childish delight before "TJjJil
ish audience, today are iiiiattsg hjr his inviUuo" *"
in the aftermath ef his failures abroad.
In this regard, clearly the second taost PjXL^SjL
politics of regret is Mr. Stevenson's meeting *<***;. Jlged*
of State Delles at the urgent request of the ^"""V* ,i
after hi* invitation to Mr. Truman's advisorsto *^
North Atlantic Treaty Organisation alliance.
Ceraaiauy. Uus it the age of regret, and our .* JJ1
inevitably stem fro*, such failures as we shall ** ^f
keen men free. Bel do not ear esrt burn even i W*
traitors and eggBesds at* in Waslungton to help <*^
cause we trusted IkeIke the military man r"~
knew the atilitary wared heads dews?


smber 22, 1957
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%

; is as good as I am" states Kevin Woitke, who por-
ardered and amiable worm in first Flagler-Granada
mmunity Center presentation, "King of Hearts," di-
iy Barbara Binns. Casting aspersions are Rosalind
pott Songer and dog. Slugger. Play by Jean Kerr and
: Brooke, which ran eight months on Broadway, is
"ated comedy about romantic triangle in nationally
comic strip artist's studio. Tickets are available at
Sranada for Dec. 7 and 8. Also starring are Ken Tay-
Hatfield and Cy Russell.
ted Synagogue Adopts (ode
Standards for Membership
iued from Page 1 A
functions under syna-
aices; and with the
corum to bo observed
essentially religious
** as weddings, which
to the standards are
irded as a moans to
the teachings and
Judaism.
[problems of synagogue
ent and conduct dealt
code include the proper
fund-raising, the code
rat congregations are not
in fund-raising activities
not in keeping with the
[the synagogue; the steps
to maintain the moral
the congregation in re-
rcgram planning; and an-
fents and invitations which
logue may issue.
rship Party Slated
War Veterans North
st 677 and Ladies Auxil-
hold its fourth annual
Sip party at the Biltmore
iotel Saturday, Nov. 30.
The code also sots down tho
proper relationship to be main-
tained when two or more con-
gregations exist in the same com-
munity, stating specifically that
it is improper for one of tho con-
gregations to solicit either the
membership or tho staff from an-
other congregation.
Finally, a provision is made for
taking proper disciplinary action
should any congregation fail to live
up to the recommended standards
of the committee as adopted by the
convention.
etters to the C^ditor
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
Since writing The Jewish Flor-
idian concerning the Shapira
"Dead Sea" manuscripts which
were brought to light in 1883, the
British Museum has advised me
they do not know what became of
them. They report they relinquish-
ed possession about that time. The
museum's scholars "had no doubt
that the documents were forg-
eries." :
- Q^Jbitai ^fl3PCtance, is the fol-
lowing museum's communication:
"The whole correspondence rela-
ting to the Shapira affair, amount-
ing to several hundred pages, has
been bound up in one volume
which is preserved in the Depart-
ment of Manuscripts there. The
number of this Ms. is Add. 41 294."
Even if the Shapira fragments
are lost, there should be enough
comment, quotation and compar-
ison in this volume of letters to
establish their affinity with the
Dead Sea Scrolls found in 1947.
Shapira asked $5,000,000 for his
find. He must have felt his docu-
ments were genuine and would
withstand the closest scrutinty.
Then and now there is little likeli-
hood of any one paying out such a
preposterous sum except upon the
utmost confidence in the validity
of the proffered parchments.
In Shapira's day the sciences
which inquired into the antiquity
of documents was hardly born. Un-
known were X-rays, infra-red rays,
-wftfewiotet rays and-tbe carbon-'
fourteen method for making the
proper tests.
LEWIS HABER
Miami Beach
Broker Denies His
License Revoked
Continued from Page 1 A
to act, the issue was taken to the
Florida Supreme Court, with the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith filing a brief as "friend of
the court" in the case.
The broker told the JTA he had
no idea when the state Supreme
Court would act on the appeal but
that his license had not been re-
voked by the commission and that
'"we*- are doing a'very good busi-
ness, indeed." The ADL brief
challenged the right of the State
of Florida to enforce indirectly re-
strictive practices in the sale of
real estate.
Court Vacates
Rape Charges
Continued from Page 1 A
mats from Budapest, had charg-
ed that the actor was "framed"
by the Israeli authorities. The
Foreign Ministry declined com-
ment Wednesday on the Gregus
acquittal.
In releasing^he defendant. Mag-
istrate M. Ben Tal said that he be-
lieved the girl, but that since this
was a charge of indecent assault
it would require corroborative evi-
dence to support her story. The
girl had accused Gregus of rape,
but the Israeli prosecutor had
taken the case into court on the
lesser charge.
Bathing Suit Parade
Coral Gables chapter of Women's
American ORT will hold a "Today
and Yesterday" bathing suit pa-
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Jewish Book Month Features Exhibits
In Public Libraries Throughout Area
Annual Thanksgiving dance party of YMHA Miami Branch,
Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, will be held Wed-
nesday evening at 450 SW 16th ave. Miami Beach boxing
judge and dance chairman Stuart Winston presents first two
tickets to Miami's Mayor Randall Christmas, as GMJCC board
of directors member Col. Sidney H. Palmer beams approval.
Comedy-Farce At Temple Judea
Temple's Little Theatre Saturday
Jewish Book Month is now in
progress and will be marked
through Dec 15 Meyer A. Baskin
has been named chairman of a
local Book Month committee spon-
sored by the Bureau of Jewish Ed-
ucation.
The nationwide observance is a
program under the au>pices of the
Jewish Welfare Board. Planned
here is a book rally Dec. 16 to close
the annual festival
Programs scheduled to mark
the event include "Voice of Is-
rael." Abba Eban, to bo reviewed
by Herbert Berger, assistant di-
rector of the Bureau of Jewish
Education. Nov. 25; "The Pro-
fessor and the Fossil," Maurice
Samuels, by Dr. Donald D. Mich-
elson. director of Hillel Founda-
tion, at the University of Miami,
Nov. 26.
the Bureau of Jewish Education
Theme of the exhibit will be "Is-
rael After Ten Years."
A closing public rally will bo
hold in collaboration with the
Miami Beach Recreation Depart-
ment at the Oceanfront auditor-
ium Dec 14. Theme of the even
in* will be "An Evaluation of the
Work of Sholem Asch." Speak-
ers will include Lea Mindlin,
Members of tw L
"{ *"* &
in CMeTsT?*
jBfrnice Gottli^
I Shennan. Mr, "*;
.$!".. Harold fil
! Benjamin Grn 2**
" Mrs. MorrUSkoT,
Lchrman. i^,, "
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Bob Brenner, director of Temple
Judea Theatre Guild plays for five
yean, will present as his next at-
traction a comedy-farce. "See Ms-
Lawyer." written by Richard Slai-
taum and Harry Clark
The comedy, which originally
starred Milton Berle in it* Broad-
vaj performances, will open at the
UM Gallery Wing Opening
Postponed Until January
l>ue to structural problems, the
i pening of the new $50,000 Barton
Wing at the Joe and Emily Lowe
Art Gallery. Uemcstt) "f Miami,
-ned until the mid-
dle of January.
et no opening date has been
set. director C. Clay Aldndge said
Wednesday.
The current nclud-
B| Thing. Wed Lake to Own."
"Looking Backward and prints
the perrr.anent collection will
remain on \iew through part of
and will continue for performances
\ov 24. 26 and 27 Curtain time
for each show is set for 8 30 p m.
aaoncoe aovers, wno has
in many of the Guild's produc-
tions, and who was last seen in
"The Jazx *SmfOr." will take the
leading role, accompanied by
Geri Lieber. the other half of the
love interest with Myers, while
Rube Idels supolies the main bit
of comedy background.
The story revolves about a firm
of 'hungry" lawyers, who go to
almost anv means available to
maintain their offices, and go even
farther m trying to obtain, and
hold, any available clients.
Strong supporting roles have
been assigned to Howard Learner.
Marvin Lieber. Bill Sharkey. Don.
aid Eanett. Herman Fisher and Ar-
thur Chasan. and the cast is com-
pleted with Jean Eanett. Gene
Raffler. Gary- Rovin. Sylvia Thaler,
Frances Fogel and Ed Feldstein.
"Voice of Israel," Abban Eban.
Abraham Gittelson. director of ed-
ucation at North Dade Jewish Cen-
ter. Nov. 27: and "The Last Angry
Man." Gerald Green, by Mrs Helga
Eason. of the Miami Public Li-
brary'. Dec. 2.
Jewish Book Month Exhibits will
appear at the Miami Beach Public
Library through Dec. 2; Bay front
Public Library from Nov. 29 JllpMONf Ml J-M17
through Dec. 15: Coral Gables Pub-, Aw'w'Wt *
lie Library from Nov. 25 through
Dec. 2: North Miami Public Library
through Dec. 15: Miami Shores
Public Library from Dec. 1 through
Dec. 15: Shenendoah Public Li-
brary throughout Jewish Book
Month.
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. tion of Mrs. Joseph Duntov. chair-
man of the library committee of
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iber 22, 1957
+Je*i*Hh:rktian
Paqe 7 A
mbly Airs Israel, Integration
SANS (JTA> The
embly of the Council
derations and Welfare
tided its four-day ses-
unday with a call to
nmuiiities throughout
[for early mobilization
cation of fund-raising
(Jewish needs in this
1 abroad.
than 1,000 Jewish com-
ers who attended the
eaffirmed their deter-
[provide adequately for
They adopted a reso-
g: "Buttressed by a
process that recognizes
needs for rescue and
beyond our shores
in Israel, we rededi-
es to marshall our cam-
tures, our leadership
lpower with the most
chniques applicable in
unity to insure a re-
commensurate with
Ide of the need."
cial resolution on Is-
embled Jewish lead-
in celebrating the na-
anniversary. Paying
"the remarkable ic-
tnts of this very
|ntry," the resolution
ir Hi* most difficult
Israel ha* boon and
bulwark of democ-
Middlo East. It ha*
ilvation of over 900,-
K, who found it neces-
there in soarch of
nd security. Tho pr**-
nany additional thous-
|need to enter makes it
that Israel be able
in it* rolo a* a haven
^pressed."
fcgates reaffirmed their
Ion to continue and in-
fer aid to the American
ncies of reconstruction
pment. They also ex-
eir appreciation to the
pid Congress for Amer-
lic assistance to Israel.
be continuation and ex-
such aid, which effec-
Hes out the policy of
pig the underdeveloped
rn world," the resolution
(me, one of the principal
the Council of Jewish
and Welfare Funds,
the delegates on civil
that the historical and
Editions of Judaism were
iked with "democratic
LABEL KATZ
equalitarianism and individual lib-
erties." Citing tensions over inter-
gration of the public schools and
the general issues of equality of
human rights for all minorities, he
declared that the issue was not a
regional one but a world one.
Racial segregation and discrim-
ination, Kane said, "is an imper-
fection in our democracy," and
none of us can justly demand that
the South take on a responsibility
that the rest of us avoid. "The
responsibility," he went on, "is
that of the entire nationthe gov-
ernment, the voluntary agencies,
the people working together,
through effective instruments that
can and must be created," and in
all of which efforts the Jewish
community must participate.
Southern States Region
Elects Heiman to Top Post
NEW ORLEANS Label Katz,
of New Orleans, was elected
president of the Southern states re-
gion of the Council of Jewish Fed-
erations and Welfare Funds at the
annual regional dinner meeting
Nov. 14 in connection with the
General Assembly of the CJFWF
in New Orleans.
Other officers elected for the
coming year include Sam J. Hei-
man, Miami, president-elect; Mor-
ton H. Sanger, Dallas, first vice
president; Sydney Lewis, Rich-
mond, second vice president; and
Otto Hart, Oklahoma City, treas-
urer. David Zeff is regional di-
rector.
Heiman, Combined Jewish Ap-
peal campaign chairman for 1955
and 1956, is a director of the Jew-
ish Home for the Aged and Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center.
He is chairman of this year's Uni-
ted Jewish Appeal Emergency Res-
cue Fund.
A former member of tho UJA
campaign cabinet, ho is past vico
president of tho Groator Miami
Jewish Federation, former vice
president of the Southern Sec-
tion of tho Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds
and was a member of the 1955
UJA Study Mission to Israel.
In addition, Heiman was a dele-
gate to the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee conference in Paris, France,
in 1955 and an honorary escort of
the first refugees from behind the
Iron Curtain to Israel in the same
year. He is a past member of the
Dade County Welfare Council.
A highlight of the regional meet-
ing was an address by Dr. Lou H.
Silberman, Hillel Professor of
"Jewish Literature and Thought"
at Vanderbilt University. Dr. Sil-
berman spoke on the subject of
"Jews in the Changing South." An-
other feature was an address by
Harry Golden, editor of the Caro-
lina Israelite, who was the featured
speaker at the annual dinner meet-
ing.
Another important session was
a meeting of representatives from
all of the Jewish Homes for the
Aged in the South under the chair-
manship of Marx Borod of Mem-
phis, chairman of the regional com-
mittee on Care of the Aged and
Chronically 111.
New Men's Group formed
New club for men between the
ages of 21 and 50 has been organ-
ized at Kneseth Israel Congrega-
tion. First meeting of the organ-
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the Center. Rabbi David Lehrfield
and Cantor Abraham Seif will
greet guests. In charge of informa-
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Workshops to Probe Major Issues
"Man* Responsibility to Man"'
will be the theme of the fifth an-
nual dinner meeting of the Greater
Miami chapter. American Jewish
Committee, at the Seville hotel.
Sunday Mrs Bernard Stevens,
dinner chairman, announced this
week that Morns Abram. promi-
nent Atlanta. Ga. attorney. *..i
speak on The Second Civil War
A Rhode* scholar, Abrem ser-
ved as a wiinttr of Ha*swoaeco-
tion staff at wa lntarn*bo"*J.
Military "**iwnAa. a-l>a<* <-r
following the close of World War
II. Me is a member of the na-
tional executive committee of
AJCommirtee aod co-author with
A lex and* r F. Miller of the AOL's
"How to Stop Violence and In-
timidation in Your Community."
which has served as a medal for
anti-Klan legislation presently in
force in five Southern states and
54 cities.
recorder. Jay Schwartz: panelists.
Jack Kassewitz. city editor of Mi-
ami Daily News; Dr Frank Sessa.
director. Miami Public Library;
Lee Ruwitch. vice president, gen-
eral manager. WTVJ.
"What is the Citiaen's Responsi-
bility in the Pvblic School Criatsr"
chairman. Ernest London; record-
er. Mrs. Charles Finkelstein; pan-
elists. Mrs. Charles Mitchell, past
pre>ident. Dade County PTA; Dr.
Samuel Ersoff. professor of educa
uon. University of Miami; Shepard
D Phillip*. Jr.. member at large.
Dade County School Board.
-Who Shall Sneak for the Jow>
ish Community?" chairman. Alvin
Cassel: recorder. Jerry Lindzon;
panelist>. Stanley Myers, honorary
president. Greater Miami Jewish
Federation: Col Nathan B. Rood,
chairman, committee on commun-
ity relations; Mrs. Seymour Lieb-
man. Dade county director of Ele-
. mentary Education.
Da\ id Catsman. arrangements have .y,nM jt o.*porisibiliry of
Four c incurrent workshops have been made for the following aea- ^ American Jew to Jews
been scheduled for Sunday aft. Abroad?" chairman. Dr. Peretz
noon preceding the dir ier Censorship Safeguard or schemDerg; panelists. Bill BagKs,
the general chairmanship of Mrs Threat?** chairman. Martin Fine; edltor o( Mlamj Da,iy sews; Dr.
^ Benjamin RoseHbcrg. executive di-
Rood Nominated as AJC President-
Election to be Held at Annual Meet
N itaination of Coi Xa*bae B Kd as president of rbe Grei
Miami chapter Apscntaac Jew
be acted upon
COL MATMAM
saeetac Soneay at the Seville
Otber officers nominated include
raid Lewis and Van M> en,
nee presidents: Mrv Char!e> Kin
fcntebrnt. secretary: David Fleeman.
financial secretary, and R. W.
Apte. treasurer.
Harold B. Spaet, president of
the chapter, has been nominated
as chairman of the executive
committee, which is tn include
Mrs. Leo Ackerman, Mrs. Hen
drile Berns, Charles Finkelstein,
Harvey Fleischrnan, Burton B.
Goldstein, Mrs. Chartes Cold-
stein, Charles Goldstein. Jerome
G Greene Jerome C. riofmeyer.
Jay Kislak.
Irvin Korarh. Mrs. Charles Leeds.
Jerry M. i-inri..n prnaiii J. tr
don. Herbert K Markow. Mrs. A.
Herbert Maine-. Rabbi Joseph R
Narot. Alexander Rubin. Lee Ru-
witch. Dr Peretz Scheinberg. Jav
R Schwartz. Fred K Shochet. Adm*
H R Sobel. Mrs Bernard Stevens.
Henry Wolf* and Richard F Wuif-
asa
Chairman of the advisory board
Godfrey Rd. Groop fleets
Larry Hoffman President
Newly elected officers and board
members of the Arthur Godfrey rd
A--:; were inducted recently at the
Old Forge restaurant on Miami
, Beach.
Heading the list are president
Larry Hoffman, first vice presi-
dent David Balogh. second vice
president Jack Siegel, and Robert
Switk.
Board members include Harold
I Jarvis. Dr. A. J. Cohen. Art Simons.
Harry Eckardt. Paul VYimbish. Ben
: Battle. Sam Roland. Melvin Frum-
kfv. Murray Sheldon. George Kron-
| engold. and Arthur Degutz.
rector. Greater Miami Jewish Fed-.w
eration; Leo Mindlin, executive ed-l
itor. The Jewish Floridian. Zamora y,
In commemoration of the 50th 7ld a *"> Saif
anniversary of the founding nation- "mor* Jewish cu?*l
ally of the AJCoauniUee, Use Fir-t -^
Dramatic Trio will present a read nOOsVl Jwftcata
ing at the dinner of "We Hold r',ur7^"^
These Ribts." litv CeT "^^
The philosophy of the American "" "Wito
Jewish Committee will be discu--" Thursday to ^
sed in remarks by Miami director Macl"ei. autaor 4
Seymour Samet. He will speak on God."
"The Chemistry of Social Evolu-
tion."
In addition to Mrs. Stevens, the
dinner committee includes Mr.
Sanford B.amn,~ public >rekuieas^
Mrs. David Catsman. worksbop:
Mrs. Aaron Fair, hostess commit
tee: Mrs. Burton B. Goldstein, seat
ing arrangements; Mrs. A. Herbert
Mathes, arrangements.
COMTHCTOtti
bwai
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Integration is His Topic
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg will
lead a discussion of the Beth David
L'SY Monday evening in the syna
gogue auditorium. His topic will
be "Integration vs. Segregation."
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S. Friedman. Mrs. Jennie Grossing-
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Lehrnun. Baron de Hirsch Meyer.
Dr Kurt Peiser. Dan B. Ruskin. A.
I A. Lngar. Dr Joseph M. Weidberg.
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Founders Join Mt.
ii Xlub' as Group
Dinner Sunday
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Iwere completed this
[second annual dinner
era of Mt. Sinai Hos-
-chairman of the
esiiay revealed that
hire been'enrolled
dinner of the Foun-
dfl
ders a year ago, bringing the total
number of Founders to 38.
Formed last year by Sher and
Dan B. Ruskin, chairman of the
hospital's development fund, thii
unusual group of community-spirit-
ed-'fhdivTduaiS'-comprises persons
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who contribute at least $50,000 for
construction of the new Mt. Sinai
Hospital.
The Founders dinner will take
Place Sunday evening at the Fon-
tainebleau hotel. The formal af-
fair will include cocktails at 6:30
and dinner at 7:30.
"Although 38 contributors of
$50,000 or more is a truly amaz-
ing figure/' said Shar, "wa don't
f*l at all overly-optimistic in
saying that in time our group
will number 75 or mora mam-
bars."
He added, "I say this because I
believe that more and more per-
sons of substantial practical exper-
ience recognize that by contribu-
ting to the new Mt. Sinai Hospital
they are not only helping to build
a hospital that is urgently needed,
but they are helping to build a bet-
ter community for all of us.
"A contribution to the new Mt.
Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami is
also a practical investment in our
community. It is an investment
which will pay good dividends in
fiami Beach Councilman Marcie Liberman by David
[is one of 16 he has sculpted of Founders of new Mt.
kpital.
Miami Branch Will
Hear Psychologist
First PTA meeting of the Miami
Branch of the Greater Miami He-
brew Academy will be he|fl Mon-
day night at Zamora Jewish Cen-
ter, Mrs. David Rosenhouse, PTA
president, announced this week.
Guest speaker will be David
Rothenberg, consulting psycholo-
gist for th"e City of Miami Beach.
His topic will be "What Do Tests
Really Tell About Your Child?"
Rothenberg has been psycholo-
gist of tha Hebrew Acadamy for
tha past fiva years. He is in
charge of the testing program
for the main building and the
Miami Branch.
Rabbi Morris Horovitz, supervis-
or of the Miami Branch and dean
of boys at the main building, will
introduce the speaker.
Invocation will be delivered by
Mrs. Morton Malavsky, chaplain
of the group. Mrs. Max Deakter
will deliver the treasurer's re-
port.
Fund-raising projects which are
to be initiated for the current year
will be reported by Mrs. Abraham
Eisenman. vice president. Mrs.
Irving Shlachtman and Mrs. David
Kornberg will also report.
years to come by providing bet-
ter health and medical services for
all our citizens, and make Greater
Miami a better community in
which to live, work and play."
Founders of Mt. Sinai Hospital
include Sam Blank, Jack A. Can-
tor, Jack Carner, Ben F. Danbaum,
Abe C. Fine, Samuel N. Friedland,
Moses Ginsberg, Abraham Good-
man, Dr. Morris Goodman, Isadore
Hecnt, Benjamin N. Kane, Howard
Kane, Walter Kirschner, Samuel
C. Levenson, J. Gerald Lewie, M. M.
Mason, Marcie Liberman, Joseph
M. Lipton, Leon Lowenstcin.
Ben Markowitz, Baron de Hirsch
Meyer, Max Orovitz, Lee Ratner,
Allen E. Rosen, Sam H. Rost, Dan
B. Ruskin, Sam Schwartz, Jacob
Sher, William D. Singer, Harry Sir-
kin, Joseph R. Stein, Ben Tobin,
Arthur A. Ungar, Abe Waxenberg,
Carl Weinkle, Leonard A. Wien,
Louis E. Wolfson and Mitchell
Wolfson.
Heads lmmortalized-22 to Go
heads are already fin-
of now, 22 are left to
are significant statis-
nlptor David Newman.
fmer New Yorker ar-
fiami about a year ago
[beautiful, raven-haired
wife, photographs of
Is works of art and some
studied sculpture in
Lfor more than four
ng the noted artists
encouraged and guid-
|man were Prof. Ro-
Mnanelli, head of the
department at the
of Florence, Prof. An-
ti, Malvina Hoffman,
jidson, Paul Cadmus,
ill, and Jacob Ep-
self-taught, tall, mus-
Ran, whose own head
Pw reminiscent of Ren-
I sculpture, had sought
| of the world's outstand-
p by simply knocking
i>rs and asking if they
cuss hu work with bun.
lend, he rang the bell
of Sir Jacob Epstein's home
late one night to beg the mas-
ter for criticism of his art.
The late Fred Allen, intrigued
by Newman's strong statuary,
sponsored Newman's activities in
Europe, along with Richard
Smith, head of the makeup de-
partment at the National Broad-
casting Company.
Out of those years in Europe
came many statues, including
"The Oppressed," a magnificent
over-lifesize figure carved from
two tons of marbleand his wife,
Michelle, a former school teacher
of English and Latin, he met in
France, who looks more like a
neat competitor for French film
sensation Brigitte Bardot.
Arrived in Miami, Newman
hoped to "fatH" some of the In-
fluence of Latin America, while
at the same time remaining
within the atmosphere of his
native culture. But It was diffi-
cult going far tha Newmans
until a chance meeting with a
Jewish Floridian staffer.
Impressed with Newman's
work, the staffer telephoned Mt.
Sinai Hospital, then in the pro-
cess of looking for a sculptor to
put into stone the heads of the
new Mt. Sinai's foundersmen
who gifted $50,000 or more to the
new $7 million hospital going up
on Collins Island.
The rest is history .
Newman has thus far sculpted
Max Orovitz, Dan Ruskin, Ben-
jamin Kane, Leonard Wien, Mar-
cie Liberman, Samuel C. Leven-
son, Harry Sirkin, Abe Waxen-
berg, Sam Blank, Lee Ratner,
Jack Carner, Abe C. Fine, Sam-
uel Friedland, Ben Markowitz,
Sam Schwartz, and Carl Weinkle.
As of now, there are 38 Foun-
ders. As of now, 22 are left to
go. Should more Founders step
forward, Newman is prepared to
immortalize them in stone, as
welL Meanwhile, his 16 busts, 16
unusual works of art to be ex-
hibited in Founders Hall when
the new ML Sinai is built, will be
unveiled at a Founders dinner
here Sunday at the Fontainebleau
hotel.
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nor ANY OTHER ESTABLISHMENTS, to use my
in their brochures or correspondence regord-
supervision of Kashruth.
Rabbi Joseph i. Rackovsky.
New DeMolay Group Has
Officer Installation Sunday
More than 300 guests attended
the formal installation of officers
in the newly formed chapter of
Surfside De Molay Sunday.
Officers were installed by mem-
bers of the Nor-Mi chapter of De-
Molay. Conrad Charmack was the
new master councilor, with Arthur
Surlofi as senior councilor and
Marvin Britman junior councilor.
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A Fascinating Book on Judaistic Views of Good a/i By David Max Eichhorn,
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CAIN: Son of tha Sarpent.
D.D. D. H. L. 160
Books. Inc. $3.00.
SUBTITLED "A MIDRASH or Homijetical Narration of
the Fourth Chapter of the Book of Genesis." Dr Eich
bon'l book is a delightful contribution to the >Nr' read-
ing. Explaining in hi* introduction that "a midrash i> an
intense exploration of a Biblical verse or passage for
the purpose of discovering and analyzing the spiritual
meaning of that verse or nisa^e '' the author continues
in |*tf nn^r^v^ip nu'tharl; tie "picks up a Biblical state-
ment, elaborate- upon it. and develop*? from it a .
tale that teaches an eternal truth He has collected
all the extant midrashim on Genesis 4 plus Biblical and
Talmudic commentaries, and woven in his own commen-
I LI illI SALPLTLR
tarv So skillful has he been in his desire to keep his
opinions within the midrashic framework that it is diffi-
cult, if not usually impossible, to tell which is modern
and which ancient without referring to the appendix of
sources, given page by page, at the end of the book.
Much of the Bible i> written in a kind of literary
short hand; a midrash clothes the skeletal structure of a
passafi in detail and illumination. Dr. Eichhorn has
l bMM what is surely one of the most baffling chapters in
the Bible, one which gives rise immediately to serious
gamut JOB I Why did God reject Cain's offering and thus
make him angry --enough to kill Abel?any answer to this
will bring you smack up against the predestination con-
troversy Why did God then protect Cain from harm?
an answer here must also satisfy the justice vs mercy con-
flict
Monumental History is Work in Progress
Jerusalem
IWHAT MAY BECOME the greatest project in Jewish
" historiography and perhaps ,>r.e of the greatest pro-
jects in historiograph) in general g : auietlj under way
simultaneously in Israel and in the I'mted States
The project: a monument-: Be history Of the
Jewish people, researched jocotlj and pur -mul-
eously in both countries Ore* 100 scier.: --ael.
in America and in other c _re already engaged in
the preliminary work, and the Brat hi I tlaana HN
ted to be published ne\t fear TV planned 20
limes will embrace the continuity of Je- rom
its early dawn somewhere la the Middle East, and up to
the -econd decade of tl :ice of modern Israelthat
i> in \ear< yet to (
The publication of the entire -eduled to be
;>leted in seven ears. The books will be based on the
latest discoveries of historic research; the evaluation of
uin Biblical periods, for example, will no doubt be
iucted in light of the discoveries of the Dead Sea

A spei ial publishing company has been established in
the ISA to cany out the project which, it is estimated.
;. million dollars Each volume will be >im-
ultaneousl] published in Hebrew and in English Specific -
DAVID SCHWARTZ
research and preparatory work has already started on 12
of the planned 20 volumes.
The idea of a new. collectively- written monumental
Jewish history was first born in 1944. when Dr. B. Na-
I layman, BOW editor of the Hebrew Encyclopedia, discus-
sed the general concept of the project with Professor
Abraham A. Xeuman. president of Dropsie College, in
Philadelphia Two preliminary' committees were estab-
1. one in Israel headed by Professor Schwabe then
Rector of the Hebrew University, and including such lead-
ing scie: ("assutto. Professor Klausner:
and one in the States, headed by Professor Neuman. and
including, among others. Professor Zeitlin and Professor
Speiser.
When this preliminary committee completed its work,
the "Association for Publishing the History', of the Jewish
People" was formed, headed by Alexander Gurewitz. The
association undertook to raise the funds, and began to
establish the organizational framework for this large-
icale Kientifie operation. Scientists were contacted, their
participation secured, the work divided. By now there
are over MX) scientists involved, about half of them in
I-rael, half abroad, mostly in America. Some of the
scientists abroad are non-Jewish scholars engaged in Jew-
ish historical research
The Most Impressive Experience He's Had
LJOW DOES IT feel to make a parachute descent' TD
;ump out of an airplane into the azure blue and float
d> un to the earth with an umbrella overhead'
I put that question to the paratroop chaplain of the
I-raeli army. Rabbi Solomon Gorin
He told me that when the time comes for him to jump.
5hn Yisrot ." and jur>
Wh- floating down, says Rabbi Gorin. he re-
nal.
months before the Sinai campaign, before anv-
r dreamed of such a campaign, a poor Jewish
.nan rapped on Rabbi Goria'i door.
HERBERT G. IJ'FT
More on Anne's Diary
Hollywood
DRODUCER-DIRECTOR GEORGE STEVENS, raapofl
fur such motion pictures as "Shane" and Giant." cur-
rently is preparing his cinema version of "The Diary of
Anne Frank." During a recent press luncheon at Twen-
tieth Century Fox Studios. Stevens told this columnist that
to him the subject matter of "The Diary" is extremely
challenging The veteran movie maker has seen the hor-
rors of Nazism when he went into Germany after defeat
one of the first to enter the concentration camps of
Dachau. Buchenwald and Sachsenhausen with the photo-
graphic unit of the Army Signal Corps.
Mr. Stevens presently is concerned with the casting
of the picture. Only one part (the one of Mr. Van Daan"
been definitely set with Lou Jacobi who created the
role on Broadway and also portrayed it locally earlier this
year. A world wide search is on to find an unknown to
play Anne Frank.
The movie maker has received several thousand let-
ters from abroad, among them, hundreds from Germanv
where aspiring young actresses claim they want nothing
more than to redeem their fatherland by portraying the
tortured Jewish girl on the screen, though their own par-
ents and brothers helped to kill her. Of course. Steveas
discarded such strange notions. He hopes to find his Anne
either in Amsterdam where the Frank family spent 26
months in hiding, or in Israel where she wanted to grow
up and live on. Casting representative Owen McLean, now
conducting auditions in New York, soon will leave for
Europe to broaden the search on the other side of the At-
lantic.
The stage adaptation narrows the plight of humanity
to the personal experience of an adolescent girl, not at all
in keeping with the true spirit of Anne Frank who broke
through the walls of the secret hiding place to embrace
the wonders of the world.
He had a Shofar in his hand He was troubled, he said.
What is if asked the rabbi.
The man said he had a strange dream. A voice in a
dream had told him to go to Turkey, got the right horn
of a ram 'The right horn is supposed to be blown when
the Messiah comes i. The man. the voice told him. was
to take this Shofar to Rabbi Gorin who would blow it on
the top of Mt Sinai
What could Rabbi Gorin do? He took the Shofar.
thanked the man. put it away and proceeded to forget all
about it It was just one of those things.
When, a half year later, the call for troops came.
Chaplain Gorin went too. He found himself on the bor-
der of Israel with thousands'of troops and held religious
lor them. Then the Israeli troops advanced to
Sinai.
By the side of Mt. Sinai, the rabbi and the troops made
their bed in the open. As he lay on the sand looking at
the stars he reminded himself of the incident with the
Shofar By the next plane, he had the Shofar brought
from Jerusalem 500 miles away.
The next day. the rabbi and the Israeli troops climbed
the nearly 10.000-ft mountain. It took three and a half
hours. There Rabbi Gorin held a religious service They
read the passage about Moses on Mt. Sinai. 'Moses will
speak and the Lord will answer ..."
Then Rabbi Gorin blew the Shofar which the poor
Jew had given him. There is a Greek Orthodox monastery
at the foot of the mountain the chimes joined in a
veritable torrent of clanging.
h- HH/aS 22 RaJW>i Gorin' ,he most impressive moment
he had experienced.
ALFRED SEGAL -
The book offers a fascinaii.
daistic view of Satan, or the Kv,I.L?5rap"lalsJ
being the adversary of God ana m,,^hl
""" ; uvi-rsarv ol (,i,H ,.j __ "".1M
of God's, a Satan whose Za^S ^
his utmost Rffniic _, _
Cain ai
deliber
PWer l i S"n7to.
_._.._------ "".sV ui'drt .Moll ^"M
his utmost efforts are of no avaH' r*"hJ
Cain and the first murder culled 1\"*1
deliberately made both evil ana ,Si* N
deliber.tel7madTbuth evil and^S, t**l
to choose. "If mar.'.s wff^S
meaningless moment better, i*n IJ!?.to J
this midrash. "if it is ,* to*.\
fying experience. Man must be m^*!
responsibility of choice which I hawV^lz.*'
is said later (from Tanchuma P.kkude* 3 -
thing except whether or not one w,||ut?L
law. ft might appear fr-,,. ,hi> 'H
cognizant, but this is actually a I H
God may know every eh..i that u h*l
Interpolated-amonL' the details of ftj
whom Cain married, what was his "marici
his relationship to Adam and Ext and the
murder upon them, as parents-ar, int.
commentary ranging from Kichhom's feehari
sensible moden Jew is an agnostic theisf ujf
view of Cain as "an indecent materialist"
Dr. Eichhorn. who is chairman of the u
the Unaffiliated of the Central (.Merer*,
Rabbis, is known primarily as an authority 1
of proselytism. It is to be hoped that be wi,
write midrashim in this manner I haven*
fessionals will think of thi> book-undo*
troversialbut to the layman it can bens
completely fascinating.
NATHAN EIPRIX -
A Word on Fairm
/COMMONWEALTH IN ONE : its recent
** three articles essaying the importanceaij
the religious press in America The Jetial
handled by Arthur A. Coky who i- listed i
Meridian Books, but who is not otherwise id
pert in the field he attempt -
Mr. Cohen is critical, vitriolic and at i
That of course is his right an I privilege, at I
condoning either his condescending approacke|
thesis upon which his piece is predicated. Al
writes about the Jewish press and -imuitasMaJ
himself of the thesis that there is no Jewukl
facto guilty of having delivered himself of it
There is no gainsaying the fact that the Al
press could stand improvement or that it hail
instances measured up to expectations bothr"1
editorial material, journalistic impact and
sponsibility.
What is the impact of the Anglo-Jewisk |
Jewish communities of Amerii a and to what <
been able to transmit its message? Therein
nrac to this query for the simple reason thai
survey has been made of the problem. But ft
that the Anglo-Jewish pn with all its
and shortcomings, has been growing instead i
would seem to indicate beyon I ; i rud\enturei
there is mounting receptivin n
for its message and pur p.
The basic weakness of Mr Cohen's ttod
tempt to place the Anglo-Jewish press withn 11
framework akin to Catholic and Protestant1
That is a fatal error. There are a goodljtU
ligious publications, put out bj I be va*""|
ligious groupings in our community, and
largely of ideological content
But the
weeklies which Cohen denounce- are not ^*J
but mere media for conveying all newsoIJe-l
Hence that press cannot logically be (
that press cannot
Catholic or Protestant pi
The declared objectne of tl_
definitive one. That is not conceptually true ^
press, though here and there a eekl) w
ponent of a distinct school
the Christum
ptually trueoT
weekly mW
a
of religion
Christian press need not earn -lories oU*f
a specific religious nature. An AnglW"
would not last a week if all it carried was n
He'll Stick to the High Road, She's
CH SIGNS HERSELF just Mary
tier. Calif. She reads this colun-
u
She resides in Whit-
.o S^ASRSS attR.S
alone, where there will be no interference I h.ve ConSd
COM Scripture from the Word, and may the Lord ZZt
you to understand it '' y Lord *nab,e
The folders attempt to tell me tht h
Jesus was prophesied ,n our Old Testament ^hTHn,n*!f
that since Jesus came from the Jews There's n/"**^
'iatconcluo0 SMS ^-"S.Sr"
. despised, rejected and crucifieo irSl^.^.SS
the Gentiles themseh-es_ haveJ**grfM
This Is the most incredible and
world The Lord bless thee ai
make His face to shine upon you
I reply: My dear Mary: Thanks to *****
with my poor soul but wh> -o ^ ^
contentment in being a Jew in an ^^ d
been trying to do my best l>> im flMJ j -"
01>'
and prophets, though eveo '
spiritually or morally, as ail "< u" |jyW-
By that teaching I intend to keep ^
allowed to live. I don't know a -n ^_
i through w.tn
W*
that's promised after I'm
mat s prooiisea ancr m .....-- ^ j
to me its heavenly enough to "^J^g
in accordance with our aacient teac
af-rtr"


iber 22. 1957
+Je*istncrkliari
U. NOTICE
|(CE UNDER
JUS NAME LAW
Hereby oiven that
. desiring to engage in
the fictitious namaof
iWNINQ at S65 N W.
I, Intends to register
_ i in- clerk of the Clr-
>;,,! i .unity, Florida.
JOLL-Cl" AWNING CO.
Kin
Ippli. -ants
_TICE UNDER
ioUS NAME LAW
HEREBY GIVEN th.-it
Id, '!' -ll'llIK to HJI'r in
the fictitious iiiiiii<- tf
U'ING AND SHlPPiNO
fj'aclflc Building. Miami,
I to register said name
of the Circuit Court of
. Florida.
lALCO Mr*' Partner
[ESPIN'OSA r.o% Partner
(iOLDSTEIN
K> 'glstranl s
i-r Si.. Miami, Fla.
riCE UNDER
flOUS NAME LAW
I'HEREBY GIVEN that
fed, desiring tj engage In
ir the fictitious nmie of
RPRISES at 28 N.W. 17th
ll Intends to register laid
he Clerk of the Circuit
Ee County. Florida.
ES COLE, Sole Owner
&AN & KAPLAN
Applicant
St.. Miami, Fla.
iTICE UNDER
flOUS NAME LAW
HEREBY GIVEN that
(ci desiring Ip engage In
the fictitious name of
lOTEL at 1565 West Ave-
Jeach Florida Intend
hi name with the Clerk
|t Court "1 l'ade County,
PNG 1.. BERK
l!> M. I-.I.KKOWITZ
IN
I: v ins I., llerk and
rko Its
bTICE UNDER
',OUS NAME LAW
HEREBY GIVKN that
_, j desiring to engage in
ler the fictitious name of
Inch c<>. of miami, a/
T> CHAIN" LINK PENCE
Ml. at P.O. Box Ij8. Shen-
J,, Ml iml 46, Florida, In-
|lst. r .ti name with the
Circuit Court of l>ade
da.
i:\ANS. JR., Sole Owner
(SCHWARTZ
f 11. all- Evan*. Jr.
Ide Leon BlvJ..
i'l.i
LEGAL NOTICE
Page 11 A
IN TANDCFoJV r^DGES' CO"""'
A?LDOmFD0AR .NDPR0BACTEUNTY'
in RE: *.*!?"*
JACOl: H HI MAN
l'eceas, 11
_ NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To A Creditors and AM Per?,"! Hav-
^lm r I'-mnd. Against Said
YOU are hereby notified and renulr-
K^KPreWnt any cla'""' demand,
which you may have against theTm.
ate of'nidi'V-" "KIAN declared
I*,.?.-, ,2' <;un<>. Florida, to the
fib* .h. itlS'", <>'}>> County, and
ilT.,_. e *"" In their offices in the
County Courthouse in Dade Countu
f omafh T2SS1" Kl"1l "taifir montK
herTnf ?.."?! "' the 'P1 P<*tion
here0, SaRA^M'^ ba'""
1SAPUHK HKIMAS
MARY H El MAN DWOSEIN
executors under the last will
" "oeceJsert "" ot"tuvub Helmah"
MVKKS HUMAN KAPLAN
By I.uiiIh Heiman
Attorneys for executors
)TICE UNDER
r.OUS NAME LAW
|S HEREBY GIVEN lha
. ii. desiring to engn.- In
_jr the fictitious nair- of
IE TAVERN at 133 S.W.
, Miami Intends to register
vlth the Clerk of the Cir-
i,t Dade County. Florida
c PIERCE, Sole Owner
OARS'
or Applicant
kt St.. Miami, Fla.
NOTICE UNDER
iTIOUS NAME LAW
(is HEREBY GIVEN that
fcii'-il. desiring to engage in
icier the fictitious name 0f>
t.Ni;i: at MOO Collins Ave-
1 Beach. Fla.. Intends to
|d name with the Clerk of
Court of Dade County,
ISAAC ZWIEBBL
ROTH
Applicant
[Rd.. Miami Beach, Fla.
ll'
.NOTICE UNDER
llTIOUS NAME LAW
I is HEREBY OH EN that
Igned. desiring to engaci- In
lilil the fictitious name or
JHJ JUNIOR TOWN al
Xth Avenue, Miami, Florida
register said name with the
Ihe Circuit Court of Dade
iila.
?V. CORP. (Sole Owner)
Hi
INOTICE UNDER
flTIOUS NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Hurled, desiring to engage In
lei the flCtltloUS name "I
WINDOW SERVICE al
...i.l. Miami Reach. Fiorina
eglster said name aflth the
Ibe Circuit Court of Dade
Brlda
IRVINO hipsch
MICHAEL col TONE
KM.I SI I
i Applicants
|nt Ride., Miami. Fla,
12'fi
INOTICE UNDER
ITIOUS NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Mned. desiring to engage In
bmU-r the fictitious name of
PAKTMENTS at (120 S.W.
Miami. Fla., Intend to
name witli the Clerk or
III Court of Dade Comity,
-Ml I.TON SPOOL *
IRENE SPOOL
Tenants Hi i-.ntlretlc-s.
100% Ownership.
ROT 11
or Applicants
pr. Rd Miami Reach, Ha.
Jnotice under
ITlTIOUS NAME LAW
T IS HEREBY OIVBN that
Signed, desiring to effjsjase in
tnler the fictitious name ol
(1! at IKT4 I'urdy Ave., Miami
, Intend t.p reflate
the Clerk of the Circull
Dade County, Florida.
FRED G. cl.VHr:
LARRY NEWMAN
< FREED
. t-i|,iicants
I Miami. Fla.
>. 12/
,Ni JHA,5ouJNTV JUooe8' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 42046'. B
In lie: ESTATE OF
DAVID II. LUVIXB
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Alt Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You. and each of you are herehv
notified and required to present any
claim* and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of DAVID 11. LEVINE deceas-
ed late of DADE County, Florida, to
the Honorable County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in their of-
fices In the County Courthouse In
I'.. I. County. Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date .,r the
rirw publication hereof. Said claims or
demands to contain the legal address
of the claimant and to lie sworn to
and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred Bee Section 7:i3.u of
(he lsl'i Probate Act.
i >ate November :. A.l >. IWT,
A RTHUR 8 DAVI8
As Administrator -if the Estate of
DAVID 11 I.EVINE Deceased.
ARONOVITZ ARONOVITZ
Attorneys for Estate of David H.
I.e\ ill,-
11/15-22-19, 12/6
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
HII.tonaire MOTEL at Dade Coun-
ty intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
CARLYLE MICHEl MAN.
Sole Owner.
KIDNEY EFRONSON
Attorney for Applicant
8horeland Bids;.
11/15-22-M, 11 I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to eng-me in
business under the fictitious name of
ISLAND llorsi: MoTEI, at 46 Vene-
tian Way, Belle Isle. Miami Beach.
I'l.i intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
I lade County, Florida.
RENBEE REALTY CORPORATION
FRIEDMAN *V SHAPIRO
Attorneys for Applicants
SOS Reybold Blclg., Miami, Fla.
I1/R-I5-N-M
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 41849
In BE: Estate of
MARGARET ANN PATRIARCA
a'k/a MARGARET ANN PATRICK
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
E- -:
You are hereby notified nnd required
to present any eaalms and demands
which vou may have against the
estate of MARGARET ANN PATH1-
ARCA, a/k/a MARGARET ANN PAT-
RICK deceased late of DADE County.
Florida, to the County Judges of Dado
County, and file the same In their oN
flces in the County Courthouao in
Dads County, Florida, within eight
i|, ii.I.ii months from the date or the
first publication hereof, or Um same,
trill in- barred,
FI.I/.A':i--fH r. O-BRIE.N
HERBERT H. HUTNER, Atty.
246 B.E. 1st St Miami 32, Fla.
U/15-U-M, 1- I
LEGAL NOTICE
r-._ NTICE UNDER
Mn-iM mTITIOUS name law
Noil. I- IS HEREBY GIVEN that
lie .inde,,|Kn,.,|, desiring to engage in
;,;' rr.,."1"1-1 "'- fictitious name Ol
;\- s' ,''''""" RENEWAL a.
I"'l 8.W. -',tli Avenue, Miami, Florida
niimls ; reglsUr said name with the
Ll! "''he t?lrcuif Court or Dads
t ouiity, Florida.
IM Bit 11 Mono s- WOLFSON
unESSJfoJ?*"* J' Ber8er
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ot
IHAlin TRADING CO. at P.O. Box
1032, Normandy Branch, Miami Beach,
Hridn Intends to register said name
*mh '!'_ 'I'iVk.gr tha ClrtwJt.Oourt.ul.
Dade County. Florida.
HOWARD ZIMMERMAN
11/1.I-22-2H, 12/6
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 41989-A
In Re: ESTATE OF
BELLA C. K1GEI.MAN
11... .
NOTICE TO CRED TORS
To AH Creditors and All Person.- II.v-
Imr Claims or Demands Against S.ml
Estate: ,. .
You, and each or yon are hereby no-
tified and required to present anv
claims and demand- which you, or
either of "on. may hive against the
..-..,. ,.' REl t.\ C Kt'OELMAN de-
I late of Dade County, Florida
i,, the Honorable County Judges of
hade Count v. and rile the same In
Ihelr offices In the County Courthouss
In l^de County. Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
n, mi publication hereof. Slild claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress or the claimant and to he sworn
In hi I presented w a'oresnld. n,- surTe
lll he barred. Sec Section 73:1.16 ot
the tic. Probate. Act.
bats November .. A.D. 10T.
SEE K ToltrtVFR
FiV)P M KCO'.-l.MW
CL-VCDE l> KI'OE> MAN
A Executor, of th,- laal WMI and
Teslanient of DEI.I.A C. Kl HE1.MAN
KrTwER MAVNF.IIMER
Mtorn-vs f-.r Executors
NDTIM UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LW
VOTIC" l IIFRFtiV GIVEN tb"
the undersigned, deslrlmr to enraee In
i..- the flctl'tot name of
BRANT ,>, CO kl MR8 Coral way ln-
,.....i to reslater said name with the
.ii nit Court of Dade
r""n,y' """iVabvey l. brant
11/3-10-22-29
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ot
II & ti VENDING MACHINE COM-
1'ANY ut Dade County intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
m < im'i-'y GOODMAN
GEORGE HODGES
I1/C.-22-29. u/o
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
M FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MR. 1IT at 5749 S.W. 8th Street, Mi-
ami, Florida, intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Com t of Dade County, Florida.
HYMAN BRAFMAN
__ Sole Owner
GOLDMAN & GOLDSTEIN
Attorneys for Registrant
2SU3 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 uauw of-
BAY STAR APARTMENTS at 120
West Hay Harbor Drive, Miami, Fla.,
Intends to register said name with th*
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
l-WHV'.Rr'd....."rf wx,
MAX COLTON
BEIGEL & TEIT:i~MAN
Attorneya for Applicant
904 Biscayne Bldg., Miami, Fla.
11/1-S-!*>&
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engaKe in
business under the fictitious name of
BILL'S SANDWICH SHOP B/8 AND
RESTAURANT at :iksii N.W. 54th St..
Ih,ii..ih, Fla., intend to register said
name with the C.erk ot i ne Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
WILLIAM EVANS
MII.DIIEO DUNNE
IDA LENTZ
ll/r,-22-2, 12/6
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 206663
I. at. DEVELOPERS, INC.
a Florida corporation,
Plaintiff -
W. G. 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, under or
against any of the above named de-
fendants, who may be dead and not
known to be dead or alive; and ALL
PERSONS OR PARTIES, whether
claiming under any of the above nam-
ed and described delendants or other-
wise, claiming any right, title or In-
terest in and to the property involved
In this suit and hereinafter more par-
ticularly described,
Defendants,
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA:
To: W. G KERNS and HARRIETT
M. KERNS, his *wlfe. address un-
known; DAVID C MONROE and. If
married, _______ MONROE, his wife,
address unknown; All of the above
named Defendants, if living, and If
dead, their respective unknown heirs,
devisees, grantees, legatees, assign-
ees, creditors. Ilenors, 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
persons 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 II El'11 ITS, 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 U>ts
:>:, to :l Inclusive. Block l>2, 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 60 Feet of the South 135
f.-et of Tract I WEST HIALEAH
HEIGHTS; according to the I'l.i I
thereof, recorded in Plat Book .2S.
Page 39 of the Public Records of
Dade County. Florida.
The East 120 Feet of the South 13:>
Feet Of Tract 5, WEST HIALEAH
HEIGHTS, according to the Plat
thereol, recorded In Plat Book 28,
Page '.: or the Public Records of
Dade County. Florida. ALSO
KNOWN AS I.ts 16. 17 and II
Block :.. WEST II I A I.E \ 11
HEIGHTS, according to the Pint
thereof recorded In Plat Book 22.
page It of the Public Records of
Dade County, Florida.
The East 0 Feet of the West 140
F.-et of the North 135 feet of
Tract :,, W EST II I A I. E A II
heights, according to the Ptal
thereof, recorded In Plat Book B.
Cam- n of the Public Records of
Dade Counti, Florida.
The East ISO Feet of the West 240
Feet of the South 135 l-'eet Ol
Tract 6 of Ihe Amended Plat of
Blocks 1 to 12 Inclusive ,.f WES'I
HIALEAH HEIGHTS, according
to the Plat thereor, recorded In
Plat Book 2S, at Page 3 of the
Public Be.sirds of Dade County.
Florida.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that I suit to <|iiiet title In I. & M.
DEVELOPERS, INC.. a Florida cor-
poi-.ition, has been filed In the above
stvled Court against you for the pur-
pose of obtaining a Decree to (Juiet
Title in It to said land and you are
herehv required to serve a copy or
row Answer to the Complaint on
Plaintiff's attorney and file the orig-
inal in the office of the Clerk of the
above stvled Court on or before the
M day m November, IMT, otherwise
a Decree Pro Confaseo will be entered
HgainM you, -,
DATED this l.'Mh day of October,
B B I.EATHERMAN. Clerk of
(ha Clrotlil Court, Dade County,
Florida.
Ilv L. A Cl.EAIIE.
Deputy clerk.
BEIGEL TEITELMAN
Attorneys for Plaintiff
...I I. i ne Bldg., Miami SZ, Fla.
ll/l-S-lo-2^.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business; under the fictitious name of
SHANGRI-LA APARTMENTS al
7410-14 S.W. S9th Place, South Miami,
Ha., Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
VALUE HOMES, INC.
BEIGEL A TEITELMAN
Attorneys for Applicant
904 Biscay ne Bldg., Miami, Kla.
11/1-I.15-2L
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
HICKS SUNDRY & SANDWICH
SHOP at \2\ Sunny Isle Blvd., intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
CHARLES STEINBOOK,
Sol,- Owner
eOURSHON, FINK & OOLDWORM
Attorneys lor Charles Bteinbook
106 Lin...In K.I., Miami Leach. Fla.
11/1-8-13-22.
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
_+Jeist IhridHctn _
solicits your legal notictM.
Wo appreciate your
patronage and auaranttM
accurate aervica at legal
rates .
Phone FR 4-4366
lor messenger serrice
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS rlBRBBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to anaaf* in
t.usini ss under the fictitious name of
ES^IIRE PAPER PP., lHIC IS at
8(1 S W sih St, Miami, Fla.. Intend
to reslater said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
JACQIES M IIESI.EY
JOHN .1. SILVER, JR.
MONROE DIXON
Attorney for Applicants
17:ni Coral Way
ll/1-K-l..-^J.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHV GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
P.EIII'-ANN APARTMENTS at TS20
Byron Avenue, Miami Reach, Florida
Intend to register said name w Ith the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
ABRAHAM WARSHAW
MAURICE FORBR
KOVNBR ..- H INNHBIMER
Attorneys tor Rert-Ann Apartments
420 Lincoln Rd,, .Miami Reach, Fla.
11/1-8-15-22.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. No. 206655
EVA AR/.OLA CARTAGENA
Plaintiff
JOSE CARTAGENA
1 icfe ndant
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
YOC JOSE CARTAGIONA. address
unknown, are required to file your
answer to the Complaint for Divorce,
of the above. Court and serve a copy
thereor upon UINO P. NEGRETTI.
Attorney. 1109 Paclllc Building. Mi-
ami, Florida on or before December 2.
1.".7 or else complaint will be taken
as confessed.
Daled. October '.''.th. 1!T,7.
E. B. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk of
the Circuit Court
By: JOAN SNEEDBN.
Deputy Clerk
U/1-8-15-H
IN THE CIRCU'T COURT OF THE
ELFVFWTH JUDICIAL f'RCU'T, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANfFRV No. 206874
NATHANIEL JOHNSON
Plalntirr,
vs.
MATTIE LI'1" JOHNSON,
I i.ifl n inn'.
TO: MATTIE ICE JOHNSON
Address unknow n
YOC. M\TTIE l.t'i: JOHNSON, ARE
i HEREBY NOTIFIED, thai a Com-
i plaint for Divorce lias been filed
aunlns! .on and >ou are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to ihe Comnlaitn on Plaintiffs At-
torneys, MHICIT. ft TEITELMAN, 9fll
ue Building, Miami It, Florida.
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing In the nfrice of the Clerk of the
circuit Court on or before the 16th
day of December, 1957. If you fall
to Aft so. .lodgment by default will be-
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Complaint for Divorce.
PONE and ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this tth day of November,
IMT,
E. P. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida.
fseal) By M c ORBEN,
Deputy Clerk
1I/8-U.-22-29
LEGAL NOTICi
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
VICE IS DANCE AND SOCIAL CLUB
at 712 S.W. 8th Street. Miami Intend
to register said name with the Cleric
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
VICTORIA A. WELLWARD
HARVEY LEE
Sole Owners.
STANLEY RICHARDS
Attorney for Applicants
6or, Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, Ha.
11/1.8-15-11.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE, No. 41950B
in Re: EST ATI-: of
MARY T. HANSEN
Deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Saul
Bstate:
You. and each of you, are hereby
notiried and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either or yon, may have against the
estate ..I MAR V T. II \NSEN de-
ceased late of DADE County. Florida.
to the Honorable County Judges of
Dade County, and file the same In
'rices In tin- County Courtnousa
in Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of th
iblloatlon hereof, said claims.
Or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant nnd to be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid^ or
same will lie barred.
Date October L'9. AD. 19".
MARY H. GREEN
As Executrix of the Last Will and
Testament of MARY T. HANSEN
Decease L
WBPMAN .*: WEPMAN
Attorney! for Batata
11/1-8-15-22.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tint
the undersigned, desiring to ,-nmm.- in
business under the fictitious name of
PETER8 QUEST HOUSE al 820 N.W.
6th Ave,, Miami. Fla., intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk 'if the
Circuit Court of Hale Countv. Florida.
EODIE PETERS :',0%
ELI ROSS -
MORRIS B. HORWITZ 2.'.%
I1EIGEL & TEITELMAN
rtornevs for Applicant I
904 Blscnyne Bldg., Miami, Fla.
11/8-15-22-2*
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
J & M BAR at M N.W 16th -
Miami. Fla.. intends to rcii-t.r ~.,i.|
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dad.- County. Florida.
JOHN POTTMOLA, sole Owner.
KKSSLER *i GARS
Attorneys for Applicant
IMS S W 1st si Miami, Fla.
11 '22-29, 12 k-i::
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN
the unilcisiuncl, desiring to enga.
business under the fictitious nan"
SIN TRUST INC. d/b/a ABC
RINE at 97iil N.W. 7th Avenue,
ami, Florida, Intend to raeister
name with the Clerk or the Cl
Court of Dade <--.--n"- Florida.
SEN TIII'ST INC.
1ST: KURT SCHMELZBR, Pres
MARIANNE SCHMELZBR
Secretary-Xraai
KI-HT WEI I.ISill
Attorney fur Bun Trus* Inc.
1414 Congress Bldg., Miami. Fla.
'. 12 ; 13
that
e in
ie of
MA-
MI-
said
re nit
dent
.urer
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. ELEV-
ENTH JUDICIALL CIRCUIT. DADE
COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 206877
OCTWIO ROSA DO
Plaintiff,
\ .-
ISABB1 I B RO8AD0
I 'cfenlant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
You, I8ABBLLE ROSADO, i '0 Villa
Victor Restaurant, Byoapatt, ll,
N.Y., are required to file your answer
to the complaint of divorce with the
Clerk of the above Court and serve
a copy thereof upon Herman Cohen.
Attorney. Hot Congress Bldg.. Miami.
Florida on or before December ''. RT.7.
or else complaint will be taken aa
confessed. Dai.-.i November 4, 1857.
E. II. LEATHBRMAN. Clerk of
(seal) the Circuit l 'mill.
Bv L. A. CI.EARE. Deputy Clerk
ii/i-u-n-M
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Frido
This is What
L Albert Pallot
Prominent Attorney and
Civic Leader Says About
MAYOR RANDY CHRISTMAS:
"Without a doubt, Mayor Randy Christmas
is eminently qualified to lead Miami's
government. Randy will continue to work
hard for the city's development and progress.
ur%
Right now-more than ever before in our
history-we need men of experience.
"Mayor Randy Christmas has that vitally-
needed experience.
"I urge you to vote for him next Tuesday/
On Tuesday-Pull Lever 1-A
RE-ELECT
MAYOR RANDY
CHRISTMAS
|M. IMI- *<"


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IlikwiisltUHIiOiciidliiQun
Florida, Friday. November 22. 1957
Section B
ii
PERSON
TO j
PERSON
I program is called 'Person to Person' and
enot a recording," says Alvin Cassel,
slays role of Mr. Murrowitz in dramatic
be featured in mornina session of Wo-
Division education conference Tuesday
for Auxiliary
Celebrate
r Auxiliary of the Jewish
or the Aged will hold its
wual donor and dinner
Saturday at the Algiers ho-
bo function begins at 6:30.
Albert Levine is chairman.
ill assist Mrs. Shari Silver-
frith reservations.
siding in arrangements
lie Mesdames Lou Cole, Irv-
. Fierston, Meyer Golden,
LeVine, jack Stein, Moe
| and Murray Weil.
ng prizes to be presented
i 21 inch color television set
weekend trip for two to
function will mark the ful-
it of a pledge to build a
in the projected Krieger
at the Jewish Home for
ged.
diac Tag Day
>ds Volunteers
takes big hearts to mend lit-
barts." That's the slogan the
Hal Children's Cardiac Hos-
has chosen for its Tag Day
[this year, scheduled for Sat-
lannouncing the slogan, Mrs.
|rd Lilt, general chairman of
^ive, this week raised the goal
Dluntecrs to 3,000.
'Person to Person' Will
Be Lesson of the Day
re need ell the help we can
she said, pointing out that
[hospital, for youngsters suf-
from rheumatic heart di-
is a completely nonprofit
lization, which does not hill
[little patients o* their per-
Dst people don't realize," she
"that even though the hos-
cares for children from all
[the country, it is not part of
Jnited Fund drive. That's be-
the Fund in this area does
A- brilliant array of dramatic
skits and eye-witness reports from
Israel will highlight the fourth an-
nual education conference Tues-
day sponsored by the Women's Di-
vision of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation.
Some 500 women, representing
65 local organizations, will be in
the audience in the Alhambra
room of the Seville hotel to hear
the story of how the women of
Federation work together through-
out the year in behalf of their
community, national institutions,
and Israel.
General chairman Mrs. Milton
Sirkin has announced that more
than 60 persons will be featured
in the dramatic program, discus-
sion panels, and in the question
and answer sequence.
The all-day conference will open
promptly at 10 a.m.. with a Miami
version of the famed "Person to
Person" TV show. Portraying the
Ed Murrow role will be Alvin Cas-
sel, and Martin Fine will appear
as announcer. Others in the orig-
inal dramatic skit include Mrs.
i George Graham, Arnold Pearlstein,
Mrs. Irwin Liss. Mrs. Alfred Stone,
Mrs Leonard Wolpe, and Dr. David
Kirsh.
By means of the "Person to Per-
son" technique, the big audience
will hear, in personal terms, how
the family of Federation agencies
The program will also include
a brief report by Mrs. Aaron Farr
on advance plans of the division
for'the 1958 CJA drive.
Mrs. Larry Fricdland is in charge
of reservations for Miami Beach,
and Mrs. Edwin B. Oppenheim is
reservations chairman in Miami.
Mrs. Jean C. Lehman is hostess
chairman for Miami Beach, and
Mrs. Sam Stark will be hostess
chairman for Miami. Mrs. Joseph
Duntov is decorations chairman.
Women's Auxiliary
To Meet on Monday
Greater Miami Women's Auxil-
iary, Jewish Home for the Aged,
will meet Monday noon in the Ru-
baiyat room of the Algiers ho'.cl.
Colored slides showing activities
of senior residents, along with the
general operating routine at the
Home will be shown by Arthur Ka-
lish, assistant executive director.
Mrs. David Phillips, life mem-
bership chairman, will report on
Friday's life membership party
hosted by Mrs. Tobias Sussman.
Mrs. Sol Silverman. president,
will report on the progress being
made at the Thrift Shop, another
project sponsored by the Women's
Auxiliary.
Plans have been completed for a
works closely"together tohelp pee- j membership coffee Dec. 12 at the
at Seville hotel. Other principals shown dur-
ing lighter moment of final dress rehearsal
(left to right) are Mr3. Alfred Stone, Mrs. Leon-
ard Wclpe and Mrs. George Grcham (seated).
pie in need, and to strengthen and
build a better Jewish community.
The skit was written and pro-
duced by Mrs. Charles E. Gott-
lieb, program chairman of the
conference.
Algiers hotel. Mrs. Jack Udell,
chairman of regular membership,
| will welcome all new members.
Mrs. Louis Makovsky, program
chairman, will present Harry Har-
|den and his orchestra, who will en-
tertain.
The afternoon session will con- /__ 111*11
tinue in the same room with a V*i1iICirf3fl trVHI
panel presentation entitled "We u *ex
Saw Israel," featuring personal ReC6IVe Bnef !*S
comments by seven prominent i childrcn and youlh o{ Israel wi
communal leaders who visited Is-|receive benefits from the anm. ,1
rael lad month, as members of the chanuVa nanniM* p.anned by Pi -
United Jewish Appeal overseas | neer Women CIub
study mission. ,i!rv Bernard-Powell, president
Moderator will be Dr. Benjamin jof club wi sponsor a banquet
B. Rosenberc. executive director j Sundav evening I)cc ,, at tho
of fie Greater Miami Jewish Fcd-jRoval Hungarian restaurant. Some
eretion. Participating in the eye-;
Planning final details for Women's Division educational con-
ference are (left) Mrs. Sam Stark, hostess chairman, and Mrs.
Edwin Oppenheimer, Miami reservations chairman, looking
over shoulder of program chairman Mrs. Charles Gottlieb.
witness reports will be Dr. Morris
Goodman, campaign chairman of
the 1938 Combined Jewish Appeal,
Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff, Women's
Division president. Mrs. Carl Wein-
kle, Mrs. Samuel Sapiro, Mrs. Sam-
uel Basker, and Julian Weinkle.
"Federation's annual educa-
tion conference provides a splen-
did opportunity for the women's
organizations of Dade county to
come together as members of
Federation's family for the pur-
pose of learning how effective
their programs have been in the
preceding year," Mrs. Sirkin ex-
plained Wednesday.
"It is also the time for women's
units to express their unified and
wholehearted support of the work
of Federation through its numer-
ous agencies in the Combined Jew-
ish Appeal. A well-informed wo-
man makes a belter worker, a more
effective committee member and a
more dynamic leader."
Mrs. Sirkin expressed the hope
that every women's organization in
Dade county will be strongly rep-
resented at the all-day conference.
BB Ladies Calendar Varied Affairs
North Shore chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women held a "once-a-year"
membership tea honoring paid-up
and prospective members at the
Saxony hotel Monday.
Nate Perlmutter, regional direc-
tor of the Anti-Defamation League,
was guest speaker.
Entertainment in the forih of a
play, "A Star is Born," directed by
Mrs. Frank Cuttler and narrated
by Mrs. George Baltuch. president
of State Federation of B'nai B'rith
rovide for. any hospitals in its Women's Chapters, was also part
ign." | of the program.
Cast included chapter members county fair party at the home of
Mesdames Mac Benkowitz, S. David
Cohen, Aaron Kapit, George Leven-
son, Jerome Marwhak. AI Mech-
lowitz and Arthur J. Rose. _,
President of the chapter Mrs.
Lester Arkin and membership
chairman Mrs. Milton Shaw were
in charge of arrangements.
i
Chai Chapter held its regular
meeting and while elephant sale
at the Crown hotel Monday.
On Thursday Chai chapter was to
hold a member-bring-a-member
Mrs. Jerome Dobin, 3319 Alton rd.
*
B'nai B'rith, Women .of Miami
held their regular monthly meet-
ing and initiation of new members
Tuesday at Beth David auditorium.
Samuel Liebman, Miami attor-
ney, reviewed "Valley God."
Mrs. Louis Alexander, adult Jew
ish educational chairman, arranged
the program.

North Dade chapter held a paid-
Continued on Page 5 B
200 persons are expected to attend.
Proceeds will he used for com-
pleting and furnishing Kanot vil-
lage for youth at the gateway, to
the Israel Negev.
Mrs. Abraham Shedroff will be
toastmaster. Rabbi Morris Skop, of
j Temple Judea, will be principal
speaker. Cantor Herman Gottlieb
will present a program of liturgical
music, and Miss Sonia Weiss will
be heard in a group of Jewish folk-
songs. Invocation will be given by
Mrs. Nathan Liebman.
The annual member-hip coffee
and dessert of the Kadimah chap-
ter of Pioneer Women was te be
held Thursday evening in Park
Lane restaurant.
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, spirit-
ual leader of Beth David Congre-
gation, was to be guest speaker.
Mrs. Jack Bott, membership chair-
man said the musical portion of the
program would feature Miss Shula
Mittleman and Howard Bott.
Mrs. Henry Seitlin, child res-
cue chairman, has announced
that Club I Pioneer Women will
hold a "welcome home" party
at Beth Tfilah Congregation Sun-
day, 6 pm. Guest speaker will
be Rev. Joseph Krantz.
Mrs. Sam Wilensky, president of
Club I, is making plans for a testi-
monial honoring Mayshie Frieberg,
who has just returned from Israel.
Testimonial date is Dec. 15.
The Golda Mcir club will meet
Nov. 26 at Beth El Congregation.
In observation of Jewish Book
Month, Dr. Donald D. Michelson,
of the Hillel Foundation at the
University of Miami, will review
Maurice Samuel's book. "The Pro-
fessor and the Fossil."
Mrs. Isaac Puskin, cultural chair-
man, is in charge of arrangements.
.
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Even a novice can make this sumptuous cheese cake. It's
festive enough for holiday menus, yet it requires no baking.
Made with creamed cottage cheese, egqs and cream, it's un-
usually rich and smooth in texture, and has a delicate creamy-
orange flavor.
In a special service here. 122
nrw students of the North Shore
Jewish Center religious school
were consecrated Saturday at the
Center.
Mrs Nathan Robinowitz and
.Mrs. George Siegel. members of
the faculty, and Jerome B. Gordon,
education director, presented each
student with a certificate of con-
secration.
Con* \iiKr. Max-
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h. n blmoa 'otu n I khau.
1 nai i ill i- Mi. h-
rl Btauoha Martin Kri.-.l. Mmjorlr
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man. Ella* ftordi k>> 'Jn-cnfoenr.
.an HiiIk*) S' I. \ lt**in. Iljth
Kl.in, Mark Nankin, Jan PotJn, John
l>.i\ 1.1 K.i .ii. St.vrn I. |
Amln 8chcat*r, I.- snjd't.
Stavan Si .n Waati
'i. ~i.r Zerlln. Maria Zimmerman.
Huaan Abrama. A Urn Itlum. Iav*
I Imui i l '.v Idaon, KHiott
Klai-h. niaii. >> ni-l >'.lil-
man, Mark 0 David ciraubart.
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JXiy"yJ.;.Wr'-nC' Me,,r" 0,en Rubin.
Itli'hmd firandy, Mark pvih
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Vurinari Mil rry \,.. rf ,.J;
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Al I n Jacol I'rala tirllei v
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Robert kleln, Jerol.l K|l,,w MlohaS
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Cheese Cake Perfect for Holidays
As the holiday season approach-
es, homemskers scan the food
pages and thumb through cook
books in search of really spectac-
ular desserts for festive menus.
And nothing meets the require-
ments better than this elegant "No
Mt. Sinai to Get
Federal Grant
Mt Sinai Hospital was -!erted
thai week to receive a Federal
pram of $40,000 for cardio-pulmon-
ary reseach facilities in the new
building now under construction
< n Collinj Island.
Samuel Gertner. executive direc-'
tor of the hospital, pointed out that
heart research has been an impor-
tant activity of the hospital for
many years.
"Tha grant." ha Mid, "will ba
usad to expand heart rasaarch
facMflJi in fh nw Mt. Sinai
Hospital."
The grant was part of $3,698 452
allotted by the Public Health Ser-
vice to 39 institutions. In addition
to Mt Sinai Hospital, the Univer-
sity of Florida was the other in-
stitution in the state to be selected
for a grant.
Bake Holiday Cheese Cake." which
Breakstone Foods features during
November and December.
Its base is craamed coftag*
cheeselight yet lavish, creamy
and delicate in flavor. It avoid*
the capricious ways of oven-
baked cheese caka, which rises
hioh but may fall with a thud
without a word of warning.
Thi- one is poured over a gra-
ham cracker crust and thilled in
the refrigerator until firm. Its
fabulous, and just about foolproof
with this simple, streamlined re-'
cipe:
No-Bake Cheese Caka
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day under the chairmanship of
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smber 22, 1957
Jew 1stThriller
Fan Heads Women's Division
n Farr of Miami Beach
(e Combined Jewish Ap-
tns Division'i campaign
ling year. '""
Beds Mrs. Saiftuel Simon-
whose direction last
Women's Division raised
an all-tirrie record in
Miami community.
irr's acceptance of the
post was announced at
[official mooting of the
; Division board of djrec-
(nesday at the homo of
jel Oritt.
lent of the Miami area,
Mrs. Farr has been ac-
'host of important local
lal Jewish women's oi-
ls.
irr is at present South-
State regional president
Itional Council of Jewish
id serves on its national
lie was president of the
ction and is a past presi-
de Conference of Jewish
Organizations of Dade
Counties. She serves
rutive board of the child
on of the Welfare Plan-
cil and is a past presi-
rrpie Beth Sholom Sis-
srr's record of service
cater Miami Jewish Fed-
EEks extends back to the
fo of Federation's begin-
has held the position
: in metropolitan drives
helped to organize the
[Division and is a member
Ration's community plan-
kmittee.
ewly-appointed campaign
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committee and mem-
'the board of governors.
llso active in the Wo-
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Mt. Sinai Hospital.
In addition, she serves with the
Beth Sholom religious school board
and PTA, and has been a board
member of the Jewish Family Ser-
vice.
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Hostess Committee
To Greet 300 Guests
Hostess committee of the Great-
er Miami chapter, American Jew-
ish Committee, headed by Mrs.
Aaron Farr, has announced com-
pletion of plans for the AJC's fifth
annual dinner meeting Sunday at
the Seville hotel.
Hostesses at the event will be re-
sponsible for greeting more than
300 guests who are expected to at-
tend.
Hostesses who will assist Mrs.
Farr are the Mesdames Jack Aug-
ust, Sanford Bacon, Alvin Cassel,
Leo Chaikin, Irving Cypen, Martin
Fine, David Fleeman, H. Fleisch-
man, Irving Gladstone, B. B. Gold-
stein, Charles Goldstein, Jerome
Hofmayer, Arthur Horowitz, Ber-
nard Hutner, Lloyd Jaye, Irvin
Korach, Charles Leeds, J. Gerald
Lewis. Nathan Rood. Seymour
Samet, Peretz Scheinberg, Jay Sch-
wartz, Julian Weinkle, Sydney
Weintrairb, Henry Wolff, Richard
Wolfson and Miss Helen Jo Sch-
warz.
A series af panel discussions win
precede the dinner at 4:30. A panel
on "Censorship Safeguard or
Threat?" will be chaired by Mar-
tin Fine. Ernest London will 6S|
chairman of the panel. "What is
the Citizen's Responsibility in the
Public School Crisis?"
Alvin Cassel will chair a panel
on "Who Shall Speak for the Jew-
ish Community?" and a panel on
"What is the Responsibility of the
American Jew to Jews Abroad?"
will be chaired by Dr. Peretz Sch-
einberg.
There will be a cocktail hour
from 6 to 7 p.m.
Elements of Music Aired
Mme. Hilda Steuerman, Viennese
pianist and teacher, will speak on
the four elements of musicrhy-
thm, melody, harmony and tone
colorat the second meeting of
this season's Music Workshop at
the Miami Public Library Wednes-
day at 7:30 p.m.
Reception Fetes
Mission Members
A reception honoring Dr. Morris
Goodman, 1958 Combined Jewish
Appeal campaign chairman and
members of the United Jewish Ap-
peal Study Mission was held
Tuesday evening at the Seville
hotel.
According to Aaron M. Kanner.
president of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, the dinner
event officially welcomed back
Dr and Mrs. Morris Goodman, Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Weinkle, Mr. and
Mrs. Abel J. Harris and Dr. Ben-
jamin B. Rosenberg, who attended
the international conference of the
Joint Distribution Committee in
Paris, and toured Israel as mem-
bers of the UJA Mission.
Women representatives from
the area who attended a similar
Israel tour to inspect housing,
hospitals and to confer with gov-
ernment officials wore Mrs. Sam-
uel Simonhoff, Mrs. Samuel Bas-
kor and Mrs. Samuel Sapiro.
Officers of Federation, members
of the board of governors and ex-
ecutive committee attended the
reception to hear, informally, about
the present international crisis
which faces Israel and what steps
are being taken to maintain aid
and rehabilitation programs for
the never-ending stream of refu-
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Sisterhood of Temple Judea will
open door? on its first home show,
selling item* tor the home, Sunday. room
Dec. k at the Temple, from 2 to
10 pjn.
They will feature such items as
bar and barbecue supplies, dishes,
linens, small appliances and silver.
CoitditioJ
c'eds will fcZTI
that ProwedTZSS
From 5 to 7 p.m., a Homo cook
i meal will b.
PTA of the Temple will sponsor
a children's corner outdoors, with
rides and games.
Chairmen Mrs. Sam Schulef.mil
and Jlrj. l|k 4^mj^(2iJiUUtUOQt'
SMS!
on h-daj will btftJi'
Reiefrfc lodnt^V
Sun-hine R^^T?
meet Tuesday eveSfitH
Left to right are Mrs. Erwin P. Hofimcm Miss
Jean Drahmann, and Mrs. Alexander Kogan
cdmiring fashions to be modeled ct Phi Sigma
Sigma fashion show. Miss Drahmann, who
will represent Phi Sigma Sigma, was recently
a princess in University of Miami Homecom-
ing Court. She resides with her family at 4431
Alton rd.
Phi Sig Fashion Show to Benefit Scholarship Fund
Fourteen L'niversit) of Miami >cholar>hip fund, which enables
needy afflicted children to attend
private school.
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Phi Sigma Sigma Alumnae annual
dessert-fashion show Saturday The
1 p.m. function will be presented
a; the Algiers hotel for the benefit
<>i the sorority's Cerebral Palsy
Phi Sigma Sigma was tht first
organization in the South to pur-
chase braces for palsy victims
and now is providing educational
crutches, as well.
Beth David Will Hor.or Birthdays
Beth D.iwi i will 11 avid I'l .\.
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rag the ir.
rdajr morn
K.ibbi Yaakot i; will
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At 8 30
Jacqaes Fres Miami p j
t, will addresi the forum.
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Mrs Alexander Koean is chair-
man of the show, with Mrs. Erwin
P. Hoffman. co tee chairmen include Mrs. Bert I
Saul. Mrs. Ronald Berger. Mrs. |
Aaron Schwartz, Mrs. Hy Lipson J
and Miss Lita Weiss Mrs Kogan
will narrate the fashions from the
Mary Norton Shop on Coral Way,
with turs by Pinto.
Models are Carole Baldwin. Delta
Gamma: Mary Bowen. Delta Zeta: '
Barbara Kay Brubaker. Chi Omega: [
Barbara Cohen, Alpha Epsilon Phi: j
Ar.ne Grosholz, Sigma Kappa: Joan 1
Drahmann. Phi Sigma Srenu: Rose)
Ihary Morris, Kappa Kappa Gam
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'.<< Shirley Nikodin. Vlpha Del-
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ga; Vera Sgutt. Sigma Delta Tail;
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Hialeah Ladies
Slate Review
*** "'-'"'" -' Hin'-oh Mi*mi
Springs Jewish Center will hold a
.u.iw.ujjt ,,c t.,aay at Steven's
market. 27th avp, and 62nd st.
Sisterhood will meet Wednesday
evening at th renter.
In honor of Jewish Book Month,
the program will include a book re-
view by Abraham Gittelson, edu-
cational director of North Dade
Jawish Center, who will review
Edmund Wilsons "Scrolls from the
LeatUSea." _^- _.
Bhearsal of "Vive Le Yiddele" lo be presented by Temple
: Sisterhood are (left to right) Mrs. Irving Propper, Elwood
Iberg, Al Weissman and Mrs. George Movers. Seated is
] Elwood Goldberg, writer and director.
tSSIVE WEEKEND SHOWINGS
|e Le Yiddele' Slated by Zion Ladies
^mole Zion Sisterhood will present a Yiddish-American musical
y. "Vive Le Yiddele," on two successive weekends. Saturday and
evenings, Nov. 23 and 24> and Saturday and Sunday evenings,
and Dec. 1.
five Le Yiddele" is an original work directed by the author, Mrs
Goldberg, assisted by Mrs. Bernard Miller.
Choreography is under the direction of Mrs. Sam Gordon.
Cal director is Irving Propper. Business manager is Mrs. Philip
iir. Mac Tauber is in charge of scenery.
Be cast and "behind-the-scenes" workers are Sisterhood members
keir husbands. Leading roles are played by Mrs. George Meyers,
issman, Mrs. Irving Propper, Elwood Goldberg and George
an.
be play will be presented at Temple Zion, 5720 SW 17th st.
|n time is 8:30 p.m.
imi's B'nai B'rith Women Slate
[Varied Affairs Through Month's End
Continued from Page 1 8
up membership brdnch Wednesday
at the Dunes motel.
A fashion show of women's and
children's clothes was part of the
proeram. Rcsen>a*:ons were taken
by Mrs. Jacob Jaffee.
Gilbert J. Balkin chapter met
Tuesday at Everglades Elementary
School. After a short business
meeting, "Boy in the Doorway," a
story about emotionally disturbed
children, was shown. Mrs. Martin
Draluch was in charge.
A membership dessert and cof-
fee will culminate Gilbert J. Bel-
kin's month of membership affairs
This social event will be heldjjlov.
26 at the Park Lane cafeteria at
8:30 p.m.
Judge Milton A. Friedman will
be guest speaker. Mrs. Baltuch will
welcome new members.
*
B'nai B'rith Women of Miami
is sponsoring a series of adult Jew-
ish education programs the first
of which wa to be held at the
home of Mrs. Murray Lazarus, 1630
SW 13th ave., Thursday. .
Guest speaker was to be Rabbi
Joseph R. Narot, of Temple Israel,
in a talk on "The Ethics of Jewish
Women."
Mrs. Stephanie Klein is presi-
dent of the chapter, and Mrs. Louis
Alexander is adult Jewish educa-
tion chairman.
Monday, at the Masonic Lodge,
41 Valencia ave., C^ral Gables.
B'nai B'rith Women of Miami will
hold their annual madhatters
luncheon. Prizes will be awarded
for the prettiest, the most original,
the largest and the most edible hat.
Reservations are beingJjken by
Mrs. Miriam Lipson, chainjfcn, and
co-chairmen Mrs. George Meoman
and Mrs. Minna Lavine
Dr. Fresco is Speaker
Dr. Jacques Fresco was guest
speaker at a meeting of Miami
Ethical Society Sunday at Kubek
Center. Subject of his address was
There is No Magic."
David Catpman is gen-
chairman of four concur-
workshops to be held
to fifth annual dinner
Sting of Greater Miami
?ter, American Jewish
imittee, at Seville hotel
Eday.
rthers' March
teds Volunteers
(lunteers are needed to take
Mn the eighth Mothers' March
polio, county wide March of
collection plan set for Jan.
s. Sydney L. Weintraub,
hnan, said this week.
re are looking for hundreds of
Jional volunteers, many in
section, to give just one hour
|>eir time in.their own neigh-
from 7 to 9 p.m., collect-
the dimes drive," she said.
ere are nationally 100,000
er polio cases needing expen-
! rehabilitation, there are mil-
of Salk vaccine shots still to
pven, and costly research must
lue," she noted.
Mrs. E-r.s :draf h
Will be Guest
M's. Maurice N. Eisendrath, wife
of the president of the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations,
parent body of jsome 500 Reform-
Liberal con-nagtions in the West-
ern Hemisph-'-e. will be guest of
honor at a dedication ceremony of
the Sisterhood Lounge at Temple
R'h Shalom Wednesday after-
noon. '
Mrs. Sol S Pine, Sisterhood pres-
ident, said "it is truly in the spirit
of Thanksgiving that we shall dedi-
cate our Lounge.
"Ov spiritual leader. Rabbi
Leon Kronish, will dedicate the
bronre plaque of names of those
women who life memberships
made the Lounge possible.
"Engraved in bronze at the bot-
tom of the plaque are these words
rom the Book of Proverbs, chap.
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Mental Health Society of Greater Miami plans holiday cift
distribution at Florida mental institutions. Left to right Mrs
Leon Adler, project chairman/and Mrs. Henry Hill, volunteer
Prir chaan' discuss influx of aifts which must be taken
to Gift Depot, Miami, 337 NE 2nd ave., prior to Dec. 1. Tags
on which present is described, as well as whether it is for a
man or woman, may b= obtained at Gift Depot.
31: 'Many women have done well, i the new cantor, of Beth Sholom,
but you excel them all.' It is on David Conviser%will be introduced
this theme that Rabbi Kronish will; is to feature the program,
base his dedicatory remarks," Mrs. Mrs- Simon Wolff and Mrs. Mor-
Pine said. iris Alpert are life membership
A musical program during which chairmen of Sisterhood.
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Mrs. Geltner
Named President
Mrs. Sam Geltner was installed
president of the Goodwill Group
of (ireater Miami at a recent meet-
ing here.
Other officers in.st.illrrl were
Mr- Uiiiiv Wilchyk. first vice pres-
ident; Mrs. Anna Block, second
vice president: Mrs. I.ee B Krip-
ple. financial secretary.
Mrs. Lowra Hirsch. correspond-
ing secretary; Mrs Alfred Gross-
m.rn. Wrdtm secretary; and Mrs.
Augusta Grossman, welfare chair-
man.
Named to the board of directors
were the Mesdames Anna Dann,
M.iry Feldman. Jcanie Grodensky,
1 Carrie Hoffman. Minnie Kanncr,
| Hay RiMMk and Mr. and Mrs.
Rubin Hvatte
North Shore Jewish Center PTA will hold annual pre-Chanuka
dance Sunday evening, Dec. 1, at Crown hotel. Making plans
for event are front (left to riaht) Mrs. David Drucker, publicity
chairman, and Mrs. Arthur Goodman, co-chairman. Rear (left
to right) are Mrs. Murray Sawyer, chairman of prizes, Mrs.
Fred Beckman, dance chairman; and Mrs. Milton Einsohn, tic-
ket chairma% PTA sponsors religious school activities for
children.
New members of Wirgc B'nai B'rith Girls are left to right (top
row) Ellen Pearl. Donna Singer. Sandy Appelbaum, Elaine
Pascal and Sara Fisher. Seated are Gail Posner. Lois Cohen.
Eileen Nash and Gail Pollack. They were installed here at re-
cent senu-annual tea at home of parliamentarian Sara Klein-
man. Wmx officers, in addition to Miss Kleinman. are Elaine
Dernis, president; Carol Seiderman. vice president; Lois Soi-
led, corresponding secretary; Nan Bernstein, recording secre-
tary; Joan Kramer, treasurer; Maxine Klein. MIT mother; Mari-
an Braunstein. chaplain; Tanya Shad, historian; and Lois
Goldfinger. advisor.
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North County Y.MHA. 14036 NE
6th a\e.. N. Miami, third and new-
est branch of the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center, announ-
ced Wednesday the addition of an
adult dramatics program to its
schedule of adult activities.
The program is under the direc-
tion of Lester Friedman, well-.
known in N. Dade Little Theatre
activities.
Tha now project will bo known
M tho North County Y Players,
and will start its first full scale
production, "Out >f This World."
immediately.
Auditions and casting will take
place at the Y auditorium Sunday
and Wednesday evenings. The re-
vue is scheduled for February
showing.
Mrs. Dorothy Stone, advertisinq chairman and Mr, i
Levy, program editor, check program for'"Guvs
Show is sponsored by Greater Miami Section. Noted.
cil of Jewjsh Women, and will be presented at 2
auditorium Wednesday, Dec. 4, at 8:30 p.m.
'GUTS AND GALS' SCHEDULED HERE
Amity Club Has
Officers' Fete
Installation dance was held bv
Amity 28 Club at the Beach Branch
of the Greater Miami Jewish Com
munity Center Sunday evening.
Now officers of tho club ara
president. Bill Rich; vico pres-
ident, Arthur Robuck; socrotary,
Sylvia Rosonstoin; and treasurer.
Sue Grimaldi.
Gerald Koppele is staff worker
assigned to the club, which is open
to single men and women between
the ages of 28 and 40.
Business meetings are held- the
second and fourth Tuesdays of
each month.
Rehearsals Under Way for Pri
Intensive rehearsals are now under way for th _
"Guys and Gals," which will be presented at the Miami Bqaj
ium Wednesday evening, Dec. 4.
Produced and directed by the Jerome H. Cargill ..
ganization of New York, the show is being sponsored bj ikk
Miami Section. National Council of Jewish Women, as asm
raising project for this year.
Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraub, general chairman and _
for "Guys and Gals," announced that a highly successful Mafl
hold last week was attended by over 300 prominent Miasii
From this group, Cargill's director selected chorus livi|
acts and soloists. Tickets are now on sale, and may be i
calling ticket chairman Mrs. William Brenner.
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A. E. Houdt has been named
Florida public relations represen-
tative for Shell Oil Company, with
an office at the company's market-
ing district office, 2090 Biscayne
blvd.. Miami. R. D. Kizer, manager
of the Atlanta division, in making
the announcement, said that "the
continuing growth ot Florida and
our business makes this move
neceary." Houck has been with
Shell for the past 28 years.
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The United Balabatim Vaad HakcshnJ
Greater Miami in conjunction with the Ratr
cal Council of Greater_Miami hereby anna
th*i unanimous decision to withdraw supern
and to remove kosher endorsement from a"'1
Fair establishments in the Greater Miami
effective immediately. The public is hereby
vised that the rabbis of Greater Miami tog
with the United Balabatim Vaad Hakas
which is. the sole supervising agency to
guard the standards of kosher law, are
responsible for any kosher poultry or"
Food Fair establishments.
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Grossinger, Dr. Lehman Slated for JNF
jie Grossinger, well
ithropist and women's
[ be guest qthunor at
jaaonal FiA Council
Miami t.iiM annual
|r. which will be strict-
id under the supervis-
;r.ited Balabatiin Vaad
. due Dec. 8 at rfc.'
The affair will launch
,..i 6 project tor i.'iuj-
|e.:se workers village in
le Syrian border.
iWingjr has been hos-
(jmouj retort in the
IllHlill of Now York
tianal and internation-
llitiet at Mrs. Franklin
*, the iaie Dr. Cha.m
David Ben-Gut ion,
Meir, the Habina
ov. Mverill Harriman,
tor and many others,
(singer has also appear-
|ph Edwards' "This is
television program.
lg Lehrman, spiritual
Temple Emanu-El, will
peaker at the function,
Bman. dinner chairman,
fednesday.
lan is a graduate of the
btute of Religion of New
OH. IRVING UHKMAN
York City. The Jewish Theological
Seminary of America recently con-
ferred upon him the degree of
Doctor of Hebrew Literature. Be-
fore assuming the pulpit at Temple
Emanu-El, he served as student
rabbi in Temple Shomrei Emunah
of Montclair, N.J.
In August, 1943, whan Dr.
Lehrman assumed his duties
here, the then Miami Beach Jew-
ish Center had a membership of
250 and conducted its services at
1415 Euclid ave. Since then, it
has grown to a membership of
1,000 families. Under his leader-
ship, the congregation built
now structure at 1701 Washing-
ton ave., and is today known as
Temple Emanu-El.

Dr. Lehrman is a member of the
Rabbinical Assembly of America.
^ He serves on the Rabbinic Cabinet
of the Jewish Theological Semin-
ary and at its last convention was
elected secretary of the Rabbinical
Assn. of America.
Dr. Lehrman is chairman of the
i Southeast area of the United States
branch of the American Technion
Society. He is a member of the
executive committees of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation, Bur-
eau of Jewish Education, Greater
Miami committee for State of Is-
rael Bonds and the Dade County
Council of Community Relations.
He is president of the Travelers
Aid Society of Miami and serves on
I the boards of the Dade County
Chapter of the American Red
Cross, United Fund of Dade Coun-
ty, and the American Biblical En-
cyclopedia Society.
try Loyalty
the Fashions
women of Greater Mi-
lased State of Israel
nds as their admission
premiere Miami Beach
a special collection of
Ions.
|ue collection of 40 out-
pecially created and pro-
krael for the drive sched-
pday at the Eden Roc
t>w was to bo sponsored
smen's Division of State
I Bonds here. Commen-
ts be by Sloan Simp-
the world's "ten best-
>men."
gest story of all, accord-
Anne Brenner Meyers,
was not the clothes,
Royalty, spiritual and fi-
|pport of the women be-
paw," she declared this
|shion and apparel indus-
?1 has been built with the
fars invested by Jews all
">rld who have faith and
new land now almost
aid- This show is a token
Fs support of the world-
rt."
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ident Again
fort \-Miners of Temple
f. the congregation's club
Temple Citizens, held its
ection of new officers and
of the board of directors
fcer meeting last week,
pdn'e Newman was elect-
ve aa president for a sec-
Mrs. Joseph Dane, Irv-
pzman, Mr. and Mrs. Max
nd Mrs. Alex Sussman
led vice presidents.
Benjamin Schanfald was
[to serve as treasurer, and
ph Averbook will serve
tary.
elected members of the
[directors are Mr. and Mrs.
odenstein, Mr. and Mrs.
bane, Mrs. Fannie Erdos,
fUy Green, Mr. and Mrs.
ilpcrn, Mr. and Mrs. Rubin
IMr. and Mrs. Harry Korn,
Wna Littman, Mr. and .Mrs.
kowttt, Mrs. Dora Resnick.
M Mrs. Max Sulken, Mrs.
Salit, Mr. and Mrs. Ben
d, Mrs. Alex Sussman and
her Zeihnger.
rvin? Lehrman. spiritual
?f Temple Emanu-El, per-
Ithe installation .ceremony,
Itor Israel Reich entertain-
vathering with a program
fcal renditions.
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Trudy Hamerschlag (right). Women's Division leader for State
of Israel Bonds hears humorpus tale from George Jessel at
"Tribute to Synagogues" nighi at Fontainebleau hotel. Israel
Housing Bond co-chairman William Bornstein smiles approval.
Some $92,000 in bonds were purchased at function.
Tamara chapter, Mizrachi Women, elects Mrs. Max Sternstein
(left) president. She is shown accepting aavel from out-going
president Mrs. Charles Turk (right). Looking on are Mr. and
Mrs John B. McDermott. Function was at Marseilles hotel
Sunday afternoon. Miami Herald political columnist. McDer-
mott was guest speaker.
MIS. JENNIE GROSSINGER
Bikur Cholim Plans
Pre-Dedication Fete
Board of directors of Bikur Cho-
lim Kosher Convalescent Home
will hold a dinner meeting Sunday
evening at the Home, 310 Collins
ave., Miami Beach.
The meeting is a pre-dedication
affair. Rabbi Kalman Shapiro will
offer the invocation.
Bikur Cholim purchased its pres-
ent site in May. Following an ex-
tensive renovation plan, the Home
will soon be launched with facili-
ties offering 60 beds' in 30 rooms.
Officers are Mrs. Isidore Co-
hen, president; Mrs. Victoria
Roe, executive vice president;
Mrs. Edward Elkin, first vice
president; Mrs. Harry Einhorn,
treasurer; and Mrs. Joseph Koss-
trina, recording secretary.
According to the officers, the
UF Opener Has
Great Promise
United Fund's first campaign be-
gan shaping up Wednesday as the
| figure of monies collected after
four days of tabulations rose to
$243,203.
However the figure represents
only scattered reports from the
house-to-house solicitors and par-
tial accountings from three other
I UF divisionslarge and small busi-
ness solicitors and public employee
' collectors.
Overall gdaT for UF's drive""!*
$3,207,707, to be allocated to 55
health end welfare agencies, in-
cluding the causes of heart and
cancer.
Initial reports from the house-to-
house solicitors, who kicked off the
campaign officially last Sunday, in-
dicate general acceptance to UF's
purposethe elimination of count-
less separate drives.
Mrs. F. F. Ravlin, chairman of
the house-to-house army of 15,000
women, said in many instances
homeowners had doubled and even
tripled their gift over the one they
gave last year to the old, less in-
clusive, Community Chest.
But the bulk of monies thus far
has come from three divisions that
were already in the field by the
time the house-to-house canvassers
hit the field.
They trm Commerce & Indus-
try Division, Section One (hand-
ling more than 900 large firms).
Commerce & Industry Division,
Section Two (responsible for
some 6,000 small firms), and the
Public Employee Division, which
is still soliciting from state, city,
county, federal and school em-
ployees.
While the drive is in full swing
on all fronts, many report meetings
will be strung out between now and
Home features a kosher kitchen, Dec. 12, drive's end, before an ac-
with separate ropms for prepara-1eurate appraisal can be made as to
.- j- u .the drive, John B. Turner, cam-
tion of meat and milk dishes, sep-' __.__ .' .
K l paign chairman, said.
arate washing sinks, as well as re-, -Much depends on Commerce &
fngerators. | Industry Division, Section One,"
Trustees Edward Elkin and Al- j Turner said. "They have an over-
fred A. Lesser declared Wednesday I a goal of more than $1,650,000,
and if they falter we'll be in
trouble.
that the organization now has some
500 members.
Emanu-El Will
Salute ORT
Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader of Tomnle Emanu-El, will
pay special tribute to the South-
eastern region of Women's Amer-
ican ORT during late Friday even-
ing services this week.
Representatives of the Greater
Miami, Miami Beach Afternoon
and North Dade chapters of ORT
will be present at the service.
They will present a combined
contribution to Temple Emanu-
El Library Fund.
Arrangements for the tribute
were made by Mrs. Harry Rosen-
blatt, chairman of education for
the Greater Miami chapter of ORT.
'Salute to Israel1
Tea for Ladies
Inaugurating a new plan which is
the result of efforts on the part of
Mrs. Betty Birchansky, coordinator
and Israel Bond chairman for B'nai
B'rith of South Florida, a "Salute
to Israel Tea." the first of many
planned by B'nai B'rith groups in
the Greater Miami area, will take
place Thursday. Dec. 5, at 11 a.m..
at the home of Mrs. Louis Diamond,
540 SW 18th ave.
Sponsored by the Miami chap-
ter of B'nai B'rith, Rabbi Yaakov
Rosenberg will be guest speak-
er and discuss the role Greater
Miami women *r playing In the
current drive in behalf of Israel
Housing: Bonds.
Committee for the "Salute to
Israel" consists of Mrs. Jack Feld,
Mrs. Dorothy Alpert and Mrs. Leon
Andress.
"The house-to-house solicitors,
with a goal of $300,000 will make
their final report meeting Dec. 12,"
he said, "but we should know with-
in another week or so if they will
go over the top."
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 drive.
Rabbinical Assn.
In New Program
The Greater Miami Rabbinical
Assn. announces the formation of
a new television series to begin
Sunday, 10:30 a.m., over ch. 7.
The new program is entitled
"The Still, Small Voice" and will
attempt to show the role o. Juda-
ism in a world dominated by ma-
terialistic and militaristic thinking.
Appearing on the Nov. 24 pro-
gram will be members of the
association's television commit-
tee. Rabbi Alfred Waxman, of
Temple Zion; Rabbi Simon April,
of Miami Hebrew Congregation;
and Rabbi Herbert Baumgard,
director of the South Florida
Council of the Union of Amer-
ican Hebrew Congregations and
spiritual leader of the South
Dade Jewish Center.
The program will appear regu-
larly thereafter at the same time
Sundays. The initial program will
contrast the beliefs of Abraham
and the pagan background out of
which he emerged.
According to Rabbi Baumgard,
chairman of the television commit-
tee, the program will feature the
use of slides and films, in addition
to discussion by the rabbis. Out-
standing choirs and cantors of the
area will also be featured from
time to time, he said. .


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Birth Dai* For David and Le* Bl-imberj,
an eieht-pound and thr-n some h;ihv bo\ wvuhod
in on Nov. 9 Daddy is the Cutler Ridge develop-
er .. Hominy is the well known Lea Dicktns, for-
mer sculpture teacher at the University of Miami
and WTVJ star in her own daredv'vil |ho
Bride elect Cynthia Bott was showered with gifts at a pre nuptial
patty given for her by Sonnv Barchan last week Sunny, assj-ted by
her mother, Mrs. Jo* Barchan, entertained for Cynthia's friends and
relatives at her home at 2450 S\V 21-t at .
Decorations, favors and cake were done in blue, while the guts were
rrranged in a flower decked box topped by a blue umbrella Ami
prizes were awarded to the winners of the novelty games plaved by
the guests Cynthia will wed Stanley Dick Dec 28 at the Algiers. "
Joining the ranks of the ring-on her finger girls |a Paula Subin,
dl "ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Subin Paula and Steven Leitner
arc a recently engaged twosome .
Newcomers all the way from Omaha. Nebr. are Mr. and Mrs. Her-
man Mirowiti, who are now making their home at 790 73d St. Pack-
view Island .
Marshall J. Handlentan, 9<>od looking son of Leatrice Handleman.
- : Uton rd.. is pledging Alpha Epsilon Pi at George Washington Uni-
\. I lity He> a Miami Beach High School grad.
They Announce
Their Troths
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kirschen-
baum, 7859 Crespi blvd Miami
Beach, announce the engagement
of their daughter. Goldie Ann to
Norman Lowy. son of Mr. and Mrs.
David Lowy of Miami.
The brideelect i- a "-"dilate of
Miami Beach High School. Mr.
Lowy graduated from Lindsey Hop-
kin^ Vocational "School and served
.ii the Nav>.

Lifland Adler
June 15 is the date set for the
"arrtage of~Mr Harriet Renee
Lifland and Ronald Jerry Adler.
The bride-elect is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs William I.ifland. 110
SW 21s. rd Mr. Adler's parents
are Mr and Mrs. Soloman Adler, |
6368 SW 26th st.
A surprise birthday and bon-voyage party brought tears to the
oi Mrs. Elsie Olshewitz Elsie, who left last week for Indianap
was feted by Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Barron at their Jefferson ave
h-me Nov. 9 There w.i- even a surprise guest. Mrs. Velda Klrshner,
i i- Elsie's sister ... The sisters hadn't seen each other for a long.
I Dine Also attending were Mr. and Mrs. Mac Curland, Mr. and
Mis. Arthur Lee, and Mrs. May Goldberg.
Charming new couple about-town are the Irv Levensons of 350
Madeira ave., Coral Gable* irv is an attorney with Attorney Gen-
era R.chard Ervin's staff here ... His bride of a couple months ls
Shelley Spack, whose enormous green eyes and flawless com-
in nuke second looks mandatory Shelley's a Cornell grad with
major in government to her credit Irv's a Cornell law school
:*ite Funny thing is that they never dated while at college
al'.hou^h they kmw each other Thev met again here"
Leviton Ginb*rg
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Leviton, 513
Ponce de Leon blvd., announce the
engagement of their daughter, Ju-
dith Ann. to Joseph Jay Ginsberg.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
uel Ginsberg, 4759 N. Bay rd., Mi-
ami Beach.
Miss Leviton is a "raduate of Mi-
ami Senior High School.
Mr. Ginsberg is a graduate of Mi-
ami Beach High School and the
Citadel. He attends the University
of Viami law school.
Sena* Wift
L,ve on Bell
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The bride is ft. ^
Tl,e groom
did ave. '"""tujl
The bride won, .V*J
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carried a ttBU
'Cat' Bombshell
At Playhouse
the bridegroom.
Napiesjtound (Florida, not Italy), recently for a weekend were
H*'ry and Phyl.ss Ros.nb.ro, of 525 W 47th at, and H.nry and Grot.
Hcnausar, of 4011 ( hase ave. H*nry is the Algiers and Miami Beach
itorium architect.
ar- ETilS ?2i! Tt^d i Pid>0n habe" at ,he hom* f "
ne Mrs. Salwyn Schanfald Sunday
Gue^t of honor was newborn Robrt WUIi*m. who arrived Sept
Mrs. Bennmin Schanfald .
Gre^randpur.nN ire Mr. and Mrs. P.t.r C.plan and Mr. and
Mrs. Eli Meran. ot N.w V,rK
Mary Ann Shop
(FORMERLY. OF LONDON. ENGLAND)
Announces fhe Opening of
The House of Original Dolls
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER I9tli, 1957
sus: av.-t.ts :s Evd ~
... sssteisssr. ysKSKou.
The ,deanm?K?,maS ** fr both children nd adults
come browse around and see for yourself
1440 Collin. Ave.. Miami Beach phone m UMl
L*fkowirz Stelr.r
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lefkowitz
are honeymooning in Havana, Cuba :
and New Orleans. La. "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof." the
They exchanged wedding vows! oVamnf'c horh>ielt by Tennc
Saturday. Nov. 16. in the Algiers Williams, begins its second and
h0'e' _. |final *** of nrfo-mance at the
I he former Miss Frances Stelzer Coconut Grove Plavhouse
is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. j This Pulitzer prize winner. star-
Samuel Stelzer. 1052 SW 11th st. ring Victor Jory. has had various
Mr. and Mrs. David Lefkowitz of i effects on the patrons of the Play-
Y. are the parents of house. Some have bee onnlv
shocked at the humor, others have
laughed, and some have stared in
disbelief. Regardless of individual
reactions, however, all have agreed
that "Cat" is one of the most im-
portant plays of this generation.
written bji a man who manv be-
lieve is.the ereatest living Amer
can playwright.
Mr WHlams' plavs have the
touch of ^greatness because he is
not satisfied to deal merely with
the superficialities of human be-
havior. He goeVinto the most se-
cret recesses of the mind. He ex-!
poses emotions and urges that
people ordinarily will not acknow-
ledge, even to themselves.
Performances are at 8:30 each
evening, except Sunday, and mati-
nees are on Wednesday and Satur-
day at 2:30 p.m.
of h'Hior. She w ,
green sut;n dress.
'n-cilia fw '
> "f the bride^SI
maids. Best man VK1*
Jr unde 's "*!
ter College. Mr. SchT
J *no store.
After a recepUon >*|i
dinner, the couple left (uf
moon m Bermuda at. 3
944 Jefferson ave., kjjj
Children's Denfofryi
Greater Miami a!umnjj
pmega dental fraternttr i
. hold a seminar on Ail
-' istry Thursday at the L_
hotel. Speakers were i
Jerry Hagen, Alan Jtdjd
John Tabak Local AljiT
president is Dr Alfred k
Masquerade Porfy
JWV Post 682 and 411
hold a ma-querade pawl
evenin,; at Montieello m
gregation In charge *| j
lion are Mrs. Alton lot}
Mr- I lor. rce Ruthmai
Do You Know...
You Can Have Your
(PhotoqJiaphk, poJdJuxil
done by
$6.17 Each Print in Group of 3
ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD AT ALTON
Call for Appointment JE 2-2351
Carol Levenson,
Sid Salomon,
Exchange Vows
Miss Carol Joan Levenson and
Sid Salomon III were married
Tuesday, Nov. 12. during a cere-
mony in the Eder
Roc hotel. A re
ception for th.
immediate fami
lies followed.
The bride i
the daughter o
Mr and Mrs. Ir
ven Levenson.'4-
W Rivo Alto dr.
Miami Beach.
The bride
uroom is the son
of Mi. and Mrs.
Sidney Salomon,
I J".. of Crevc
iCoeur. Mo., and
I base ave.. Mi
ami Beach.
Mrs. Salomon tmtt Mv.M ,
HI is a graduate of,Miami Beach
jHigh School. She attended the I'm-
I versity of Miami, where she was a
member of Alpha Epsilon Phi.
Mr Salomon HI graduated from j
St. Louis Country Day School. He
attends the University of Miami
and i> a member of Zeta Beta Tau.
Poale^oTwill
Install Officers
,tJnrJJimVVi,cnsk>' wi e in-
stalled president of poa|e Zion
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;ho1e. ^^ *n ,he **
'the0lh8erO"iCe:S,0b*ins,-'^t
i*>Lf P fu"ion are David
Preedman and Mrs. J. Z SUdlan
vice president; Mrs Eva Kahn "'
^nc;a,^~rreSponding
J*ry. Isidor Lederman. tre^asureT
SSriT Mrs-Anna ^ Si
Mrs. B*ifuril GiUd >nd
Anyu,aM.llcoywlbeheard
musical program
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'citations.
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Opens November 25th Thru December 7*
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"Fabulously Funny Uproarious" Brooks *'
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Ev*,. Bxc. Sun 1:30 PJ*. Mats. Wed. S*.**
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Newmark Bar
Mitzvah Here
Ephraim, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Newmark, became Bar Mitz-
vah during Saturday morning ser-.
vices. Nov. 16. of Coral Way Jew-
ish Center.
Ephraim is in the first grade of
Hebrew High School and attends
Southwest Junior High, where he
is a member of the Student Council
and president of his class.
Following the Bar Mitzvah cere-
money, guests were-4nvited to din-
ner at the Newmark farm.
Open house was held Sunday.
Among guests who attended were
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Newmark, Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Newmark, and Mr.
and Mrs. Max Newmark.
[PHRAIM NEWMARK
son of Mr. and
Fenster, 1130 8th
Beach, will be-
| Mitzvah Saturday,
t Beth Jacob Coo-
Rabbi Tibor Stern
|te. Reception and
be held at Delano
Jay evening. Har-
ith grade student at
ich Hiah School.
Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney Simkowitz, 890 N.
Shore dr., will become Bar
Mitzvah Saturday morning,
Nov. 23, at North Shore Jew-
ish Center. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz will officiate.
Howard is student in gradu-
ating class of Center relig-
ious school and attends Nau-
tilus Ji'n'or High.
Room to Honor
Jay's Memory
* ^1*9 ... ... ...
tfon to Fete
io Kaplan
Dn of Mr. and Mrs. Da-
irill celebrate his Bar
Jeth David Synagogue
ov. 23.
S.iku Rosenberg will
Ih Cantor William Lip-
iig the musical portions
[V
Ih I attended religious
fche past five years and
Igrade at Ponce de Leon
Mrs. Kaplan will be
lOneg Shabbat following
Ining services at Beth
iu ceremony there Sat-
jon in Monroe's honor
at the Kaplan home
rening.
IIESTER s! PAGE
DENTIST
fees Hie location of hit
| new office in
Ibiscayne BUILDING
jst Flaqler Street
i Miami, Florida
fne FRanklin 9-4821
tORGE A. GRAHAM
DENTIST
tci tits location of his
new office hi
I BISCAYNE BUILDING
fest Flaqler Street
Miami, Florida '
kite FRanklin 9-4821
ICHARD E. DEUTCH |
the opining of hit office '
[practice of Dentistry for
lion Medical Bldg.
14. Hit Meridian Ave.
ami Beach 39, Florida
art by Appointment
Efferson 8-3628
Yeshiva University's board of
trustees has dedicated a room in
the high school dormitory at its
Main Academic Center in New
York in memory of Jay Makovsky.
Jay. late son of Dr. and Mrs. Ir-
win Makovsky, 3414 Prairie ave.,
Miami Beach, was described as
"one of the most promising stu-
dents in Yeshiva University his-
tory," in the resolution passed un-
animously by the board of the na-
tion's first and oldest American
university under Jewish auspices.
Jay was killed in an accident
in Now York earlier this month.
Rabbi Jonah B. Caplan, regional
director for Yeshiva University,
announced Wednesday that "in a
sincere display of deep affection,
his classmates have purchased a
set of the Talmud and inscribed it
to his memory. During the entire
30-day mourning period, the high
school dormitory residents have
committed themselves to meet
each evening for a study session in
Jay's memory."
mONROt KAPLAN
Joel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irv-
ing B. Katz, 5911 SW 7th st.,
Miami, will become Bar Mitz-
vah during Saturday morn-
ing services, Nov. 23, at He-
brew Academy, where he is
a student.
'Bermuda Sock Hop'
Beth David USY will hold a
"Bermuda Sock Hop" Saturday eve-
ning at Beth David auditorium.
Mitchell, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Stark, will become Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Emanu-El
Saturday morning. Dr. Irving
Lehrman will officiate. Mitch-
ell is eighth grade student at
Miami Beach Junior High and
attends Temple Emanu-El re-
ligious school.
Services of Hillel House
Saturday services will be held at
9:30 a.m. at Hillel House, 1100 Mil-
ler dr. All are welcome. Discus-
sion will follow.
Wanted a Couple to Share
Beautiful New Ranch-Type Home with
middle aged woman. 7110 SW. 19th
Ter., Miami, phone MO 5-2934 from
10:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.
Neil Pyna. n W*- ant*
Mrs. Jack Ostrowsky. will be-
come Bar Mitzvah at Temple
Emanu-El Saturday morning.
Dr. Irving Lehrman will offi-
ciate. Neil is seventh grade
student at Nautilu-J and at-
tends Temple Emanu-El relig-
ious school.
J,
GEORGE I PANKEY. DJ)i.
IHALD W. SiffatSON, D.fcS.
announce the opening of the* new office*
for the practice <* general dentistry
OPEN EVENINGS and SATURDAY
N.E. 163rd Stroot Wilson 5-1433
iTrr'iffiii
Loan League Meets
For Chicago Talks
"The 65th annual convention of
the United States Savings and Loan
League in Chicago. Friday through
Tuesday, is poised for 'talk turkey'
sessions," said Joseph M. Lipton,
Florida director of the League and
president of Dade Federal Savings
and Loan Assn. of Miami.
Lipton and many other local and
state executive officers of savings
and loan associations will be in at-
tendance at the convention.
Tho League, with membtr-
ship of more than 4,000 savings
and loan associations throughout
the country, will have top man
programmed as general session
speakers.
Included on the program are
Dean Arthur M. Weimer, of the In-
diana University school of busi-
ness, discussing "Current Trends
in Business," and Robert C. Hol-
land, financial economist of Chi-
cago's Federal Reserve Bank.
John M. Davies will speak on
another timely subject, "Tho Now
Super Highways and Residential
Values." A. Andrew Boemi, pres-
ident of Chicago's progressive
Madison Bank and Trust Com-
pany, will discuss "A Modern
Banker Looks at Savings and
Leans."
Other leading executives outside-
the-business such as Herbert Tay-
lor, board chairman of the Club
Aluminum Company, and Oliver R.
Aspegren, Jr., C.L.U. president of
the Aspegren Agency of Chicago,
will also be on hand for session
talks.
leschinsky to be Speaker
At Malavah Malkah Club
Economist Jacob Leschinsky will
be guest speaker at a meeting of
the Malavah Malkah Culture Club.
1431 Washington ave., Saturday
evening.
A Bible study group meets at
the club every Tuesday evening un-
der the direction of Harry Perach.
Talmud classes are scheduled Mon-
day and Thursday evenings. All
functions are slated for 8 p.m..
BUSINESS WOMAN or
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1466 N.E. 175th Street
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YOU CAN HELP .
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old men onJ women at the
Jewish Home for the Aged
by sendine us articles which yon
cannot use or ttllf Sack ot
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o LINENS LAMPS
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For picL-up please call Mr. Silver-
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Closed Fridays and Saturdays
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ATTENTION neo CONSUMERS
THE UNITED BALABATIM VAAD HAKASHRUTH OF GREATER MIAMI
hereby serves notice that it can verity the Kaehruth ONLY ot those
establishments th it have the VAAD LICENSE. All Vaad Supervised
poultry must havj a special Vaad Seal bearing Vaad name. Be sure
Ot Kashruth look ter VAAD SEAL.
t.
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Food Fair, Vaad Reveal
Positions in Statements Here
Greater Miami's Kashruth situation came to the fore this week
with Food Fair Stores, supermarket chain here, and the United Balaba-
tim Vaad Hakashruth issuing these statements concerning their posi-
tions in the picture:
9-JmlsHhrkMMi
FOOD FAIR STATEMENT:
"Samuel Friedland. chairman of
the board of Food Fair Stores. Inc..
this week said that the new con-
troversy with the Vaad and Food
Fair Stores was the result of the
Food Fair organization's decision
here in Miami to have Kjsh*f>
made poultry packed in special
packages under raboinical
vision sold to restaurants, hotels
and people in the community
This packaged poultry is very
much like the Kosher Pastrami.
K. sher Salami and Kosher Corned
Btef that is now sold in some of
the Food Fair Stores. There have
been objections by the Vaad to our
selling this poultry to the hotels.
restaurant! and people in the com-
munity even though the special
packaging has been under their
r;i ibinical supervision.
"In other words, what the Vaad
wants to do is to prevent our sell-
ing to the people in the community
ami to the restaurants and hotels,
which in the past have been ser-
ved by specially selected groups to
whom the Vaad has given permis-
sion.
It is our belief that the Vaad has
Jit to tell us to whom v
thii poul-
try, out instead, when ire state
thai p uitry has been packaged
under Kosher conditions, ii i> the
Vaad's obligation to see to it tha*
all the tradition.il ci Kosh-
i
VAAD STATEMENT:
At an extra-ordinary meeting
held Thursday. Nov. 14. at the of-
fice of the United Vaad between
the Rabbinical Council of Greater
Miami and the United Balabatim
Wad Kskashrtrtta. wile uprvisu*
agency representing the Jewish
super- cornmunuj to safeguard the stand-
ards and laws of K -her meat and
poultry, the follow .iw resolution
was unanimously adapted:
"Whereas the Food Fair stores.
Inc.. have advertised the sale of
K.isher poultry in non-Kosher HOslOrS POllOt
Kk
Beach Zionist District Will Lau
Israel Anniversary fcfc
Miami Beaeh Jewry will launch a vearti "
Anniversary of the State of Israel with lebr*toi'
the Seville hotel, on Tuesday night, nee 3 WmiBu,%*ifc
The Miami Beach Zionist pis-
tnct, largest ZOA organization in
the South and one of the largest in
the nation, will sponsor the rally
commemorating the Nov. 28, 1947.
resolution of the United Nations
advocating the establishment of a
Jewish State in Palestine.
X
ClAUDt MPPE*
Former United Stales Sen.
Claude Pepper will be principal
speaker at the Dec } oetherine.,
expected to attract some 1,000
persons. Pepper played a prom-
inent role in action leading up to
Hie UN resolution end Hie sub-
^H^aTbaJi,
Dr Dwid S Ar^.
of the Be*,*.*!**
f stores, and whereas this is ;n direct
violation of the existing agreement
between the said corporation and
the United Vaad Hakashruth.
"Therefore, in effect to this viola-
tion, be it unanimously determined
I to withdraw Vaad and rabbinic
Sholem Lodge
Honors Pallot
Ay Homecoming
Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith met
I ist week at Beth David auditorium
to highlight the official homecom-
ing of E. Albert Pallot. former
president of Sholem Lodge, and
supervision and remove all en- pre>ident of District 5.
dorsement of all Food Fair estab-
lishments.
'Henceforth the United Vaad Ha-
kashruth and the Rabbinical Coun-
cil will not be responsible for
Kosher products at the Food Fair
stores
:;ed'
Rabbi Dr. SSmaryahu T. Swirsky
President, R.C.A.
Philip Weiss
President, United Vaad
UM Law Prof.
At Wise. Ta'ks
\be L. Shueermnn, University of
Miami associate professor of law.
been invited to address the
21-t annual tax clinic spjn>ored by
: < ertified
"ants in Yilv
The only nonlocal speaker.
Shuiscrm.-n win discuss- Tax Plan-
n Real Estate Transaction-."
. d In "Who's v\ h
- author of "Accounting for
Lawyers*' and "Business Law."
textl u-ed b> i ,n<) univer-
- threughout the country.
Harry S Schwartz, president of
i Sholem. assisted by Robert J.
Lei ison. president-elect, and Col.
Sidney H. Palmer and Frank Jaffe,
vice presidents, formed the guard
of honor that ushered Pallot to the
rostrum,
A special skit, "Highlights and
Haoaenings," was presented by
Srhwartz and Palmer. Mayor
Randall N. Christmas extended
official greetings.
Arrangements were in charge of
David Rayvis. program chairman.
Elton Edelman was in charge of
table decorations. Lew;-on and
Jo I'arker were in charge of re-
freshments.
l>r Leon H. Feldman, member
of the Commission of American
and Civic Affairs. Ashville. N.C..
and Dr. Sol Neidich. president elect
Of District 5. Beaufort. S.C., CUM
specially to Miami to attend Pal-
lot's homecoming.
eds^Genet^"
s -chairme 0,,.
v<-rsaryWmmittw;j-
v, President of C
*ar,z- Florida rIL
the Albert Ems,eln^
"'ne and of Ynhj^l
director of the diiwjf
In addition t, jw. j
which willootlin,?*1
o# Israeli in the past M
recount wmeefth,,
wry tn'ecurihSeiaj
Dr. Andron will
*,
m
Jack Wilson will be honored
by North Shore Lodge, B'nai
B'rith, Monday evening at
North Shore Jewish Center for
his "many years of service
and devotion" to aims of
B'nai B'rith. Guests will in-
clude Miami Beach Vice
Mayor Harold Spaet, Beach
Councilmen Melvin Richard
and Bernard Frank, and
Judges Albert Saperstein and
Malvin Englander.
r(sirtBJ
ent national ZOA m*
Nsw York, Cent, u*
An outline of PUn<|,
rent year also will be
Andron. former pre?i(_
orary president ol the
ami Hebew Academy l
campaign to doable tk
ship will be a feature of
gram.
Schwartz said that
Jewish organization >
'Beach will be contarksj
! ipate in the Dec. 3 i
I Each synsgogoe ssdi*
! asked to devote at !7
bath sermon to the UK
anniversary.
Federation's P.R. Wins CJFWF Award
ABl SHUGtfMAH
Competing against cities with a
Jewish population of 40.000 and
the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation has been judged winner
of the annual CJFWF competition
in publicity and promomtion. to in-
terpret the work of Federation as
a year round agency
The award was presented to Fed-
Rosen Returns!
Private Prod
I'nited States Attonwl
Guilmartin announced'
he return to private |
Assistant I'nited States J
E. David Rosen who I
day.
Guilmartin =aid Ihafasl
years he has beea will
Rosen has establishes111
as one of the outsundiajl
yers in this state,
commendations from fill
judges and heads nf fedeaj
cies upon his effective I
government cases."
Amonc others. Roes
^ration delegates at the recent 26th
general assembly of the Council of persona| commenditios
Jewish Federations and Welfare Anslinser. Commissiour
Funds, attended by more than
1.000 communal leaders from all
parts of the United States and
Canada.
The competition was judged
by a panel of outstanding public
relations and advertising execu-
tive*, and Federation and wel-
fare fund leaders.
The Miami exhibit accented use
of the local press in conveying the
year-round interpretive story to
the community, using* news re-
ports, features, editorials and ad-
vertising. -.
According to Federation presi- Ckgyjn (\6V6w
tics of the I'nited States 1
Department, who stated t
en's effective prosecut* M
field of narcotic enforces*!)
enabled the Treasury
"to keep the illicit nare
in the Southern part
under almost complete (
"During his career sittJ
ted States Attorney's offiaj
has been a relentless fat"
leering and criminal elessM
has a long string of fM*P
his trial record." Gutt-
ed.
dent Aaron M. Kanner, the final
criterion for selection of Federa-
tion's exhibit was the evidence of
a well-balanced program both as
to message' and media.
. The li -play was prepared by the
publicity department of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation and
will be retained by the Council of
Jewish Federations and Welfare'
Funds for exhibit during the com-
ing rear.
Newly-formed staff of Temple Emanu-El youth
program under direction of living Kaplan,
gathers with Dr. Irving Lehrman to plan objec-
tives for forthcoming season. Temple's youth
program encompasses age groups from eight
tc 18 and includes Cub Scouts, tween clubs,
youth group affiliated with United Synagogue
Youth, youth lounge, Sunday morning youth
hreaklasts, and Sunday evening youth can-
teen Interest groups such as arts and crafts
E' Look'? over cuxren acTvity
projects are standing (left to right) David
Lzickson Irwin Solomon. ShultaM ttleman
Jerry Schulman and Bert Tumpsori sJaTed
are Dr. Lehrman and Kaplan.
Housewife Relaxes
With Assist by FP&L
1 he South Florida housewife can
N> a- relaxed and fashionable in
the kitchenelectric kitchen, thit
- when dancing under
Tbat'a the thene ot a fashion
l exactly lo South Flor-
ida's electrical living which will be
'Part of the gigantic carnival of col-
jor and action at the Electrical Ser-
air Dec. 1 to 8 in Dinner
auditorial The Fair is a
HtaJ part of the 14th annual Home
rs Show.
Legal Affilw**'
Robert L. Shevin issj!
association wilh the B*.
Turk & Newman, 420]
The son of Mr. and
Shevin 1844 SW 134 June. 1957. maimamiiw
uate of lbs I'mversiiy"
law school.
At I'M, he wascaseii
of Miami Law Quade*
of the law sch0(*.
Court champion. I
the Bar and Gavel Le$
He '"'.la,
hl' """Ju.
:-' IiiU Kl> M-Jttf*
Pi Lambda Phi sorialff"
jres**H
mi*
. Kulick Bas
babel, daughter d f
Mac Kulick. 7305 Wj"
become H- ^^JU
|f even.:.- -T% ^Jfc
Abramowiu
lent in
i.- a
thegr;
,::.>v^
of the Center
Junior High.
MO4 a**]
A
w uor
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member 22. 1957

odman Will Make Report
cil of Jewish Federations and Wel-
fare Funds, which took place Nov
14 to 17, in New Orleans and was
attended- by a group of Greater
Miami communal leaders.
Slated for discussion also will be
recommendation^ -of the budget
committee, concerning allocations
to the numerous health and wel-
fare agencies which are benefici-
aries of the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal.
+JmlsnorkUan
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cial report on his re-
, Israel will be given by
[Goodman at -a regular
the Greater Miami Jew-
Jon board of governors
kening at the Seville
|man is 1958 campaign
the Combined Jewish
recently led a large
[ of Miamians on a tour
la member of the United
Leal Overseas Mission.
tions of the annual
Ire usually a basis for
fng the future needs of
ed Jewish Appeal to
rapidly expanding im-
program in Europe,
East and in Israel.
(he agenda Tuesday eve-
be an official report on
n Assembly of the Coun-
ty Sundry
Club of Workmen's
bch 692 will hold a card
Washington ave. Sun-
|g. Mrs. F. Goodman is
bf the affair.
,r Wholesale
New Building
Wholesale will hold a
fcnina of its new home lo-
INE 7th st., Sunday from
building containing
Iff. is fu'ly air-condition-
t automatic sprinkler sys-
dern showroom of 1,000
general and private of-
^00 sq. ft.
naming 11,500 sq. ft. of
space has all steel
A private customers
[lot for 30 automobiles
be new structure.
pii'ect wan Maurice Wein-
Herm Geller Construc-
Rcneral contractor.
npany, owned by Maurice
Excellent Kashruth
With the tourist vacation season
currently hfttinq the Greater Mi-
ami area, the Marseilles hotel at
1741 (V'ins ave,. Miami Beach, has
its faci'ities readied to meet the
demand placed on one of the out-
standing hostelries in the nation.
Abe Gefter. managing director
and president of the Marseilles
since 1945, said this week that the
Marseilles "has achieved a record
in the field j>f Kashruth observ-
ance, surpassing all previous stan-
dards." .'
It is the only Kosher hotel to-
day amonq the better hotels in
the Lincoln rd. area, Gefter
pointed out, which is under the
srict supervision of the United
Balabatim Vaad Hakashruth of
Greater Miami.
The doited Balabatim Vaad Ha-
kashruth is composed of all Orth-
odox congregations and spiritual
leaders here, as well as a large
.
View of pool, cabana area and swimminq rooms, and a cocktail lounge. Connected with
recreation activities at Marseilles hotel, 1741 Marseilles since 1945, Abe Gefter is managing
Collins ave., Miami Beach. Marseilles offers, director and president. Hotel's dining room
in addition to these facilities, a private beach, is endorsed by United Balabatim Vaad Ha-
Iree parking, fully air-conditioned and healed kashruth.
/
-cgment of traditional Jews. The
Vaad is affiliated with the Rabbin-
ical Council of Greater Miami,
whose membership includes Rabbis
Shmaryahu Swirsky, H. Louis Rott-
man, Tibor Stern, Arie Becker,
Joseph Rackovsky, David Lehr-
field, Simon April, Jonah Caplan,
and Alexander Gross.
Cromer. distributes drygoods, tex-
tiles, men's, women's and chil-
dren's wear to retail stores
throughout Florida and in the
Caribbean area.
The business was started by
Cromer's father, the late Daniel
Cromer, who came to Miami in
1913.
In 1926, he built the' Cromer-
Cassel department store, which la-
ter became Richards.
In 1934, the company switched
from the retail to the wholesale
field, moving into the NE 3rd st.
bldg.
In addition to drygoods and tex-
tiles, the organization also operates
an Institutional Division, catering
to hotel, motel and apartment
house trade.
Miami Cong. Sisterhood Plans for Skit Tuesday
Sisterhood of Miami Hebrew
Congregation will meet Tuesday in
the social hall of the congregation
at 1101 SW 12th ave., according
to Mrs. Abraham Barkan, presi-
dent.
Feature of the afternoon pro-
gram will be a skit directed by
Mrs. Simon April, program chair-
man. Participating are the Mes-
dames Abraham Topol, George
Goldberg, Abraham Barkan, Peter
Duchon, Robert Schweitzer, Leon-
ard Stern, and Miss Sylvia Moss.
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Jen1si>fk>r*Mon
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HEBREW SELF-TAUGHT
Y AHARON ROSEN
Mom Bers f* *
Im syllaMa "in b. snarted econhaflr.
M ib) n>
a Nmn h* as* a*
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Reading material in vocalize? Easy Hebrew, and also material for
adtanced students may be obtained through your local Hebrew
Organization or by utitirig to: Brit Ivrit Olamit, PO.B. 7111,
\emialtm, Israel,
rSablisbed by Brit Writ OUml
Thanks for Your Votes and Support
Tuesday, November 19th.
Abe Aronovitz and I urge You the
Voters to get the Job Done and Vote
Tuesday, November 26th.
Sincerely, Bob High.
THINK HIGH! AIM HIGH!
TAKE THE HIGH ROAD
AMD AVOID COSILY DUPLICATION IM GOVIKNMKT
FIGHT UNFAIR TAXES
BY
COOPERATION WITH METRO
4 miSSAGl ...
M.am, is at thicrou-oidi NOW it th. tim. to stand up an*
be counted FOR or .gainst whole-hearted co. operation with Met
ropolitan Government' This could be the beginning of a noiden
age for Mi.m, ,nd Oade County .r a sinking back mto th.
m.re .f inefficiency and contusion that has engulfed us for the
Of NIC.
Endorsed by: Abe Aronovitz
Endorsed by: Voter. Taxpayers League of Miami Oadc County
Endorsed by: Communications Workers of America
Endorsed by: Flagami Civic Association
FOR MIAMI'S MAYOR
ROBERT KING
lect lliril Elect
HIGH! nilin HIGH!
Lots Take the HIGH Road to Economic Government!
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New Course
In Hebrew
The Jewish Floridian this
Hk b*9in, a new feature, "He-
brew SelfTausjht," by Aharon
Rosen. Thg feature will appear
on reeular basis.
As a tuiee to the student. The
Jewish Floridian recommends:
1. Road the lesson aloud at all
times.
2. Dramatise tho lesson with
a friend, alternating tho dia-
logue.
3. Re-read the lesson at least
four times during 'the week.
4. Read tho words carefully,
but do not memorize thorn me-
chanically.
5. Use tho sentences and
phrases of tho lesson in simple
conversation with your friends,
6. Use the words in simple
conversation, forming sentences
not found in the lessons.
7. If possible, join or form
study group where you will
have the opportunity to use tho
sentences of the lessons and to
hear Hebrew spoken.
This guide should be clipped
and kept by the student as ref-
erence as the course continues
to be published weekly.
SMAPM
S.iAHiON
Helman Scores
Lead in AZA
Eight AZA boys" chapters of the
B'nai B'rith Youth Organization
concluded a two-month touch foot-
hall tournament with the Royal
Palm AZA of Miami Beach, topping
the Hurricanes AZA of Miami 4221
in the final game held last Sunday.
Over 150 people turned out to
watch fhe playoff.
Leading scorer in the tourna-
ment was Allen Helman of the
Gables AZA, while second place
honors went to Steve Green of
AZA 322. Helman garnered 78
and Green obtained 67.
Bob Altman of the Hurricanes
-cored one to place third in points
with a total of 60. .
Following Royal Pal* AZA in
the standings are Hurricanes AZA,
*cond; AZA 322. third; Hillel
AZA. fourth; Gables AZA. fifth,
with Jack Rosen AZA and Mu Beta
Chi AZA; and Shif^W David AZA
The athletic committee respon-
sible for the contest was chaired
by Ronnie Rosen, and the event
was coordinated by Bob Fisher,
Greater Miami director for Aleph
'Zadik Aleph.
Teen-Agers Map
Conclave Here
Thirty-eight teen-agers, renre
senting teen-age clubs sponsored
by the Greater Miami Jewish Com
munity Center, met last week to
make plans for the fourth annual
teen-age conclave. Sunday. Dec. 8
More than 400 delegates repre
senting 32 clubs sponsored by the
GMJCC at the Beach. Town. North
County and Temple Judea will par
ticipate in the conclave. Highlights
of the one-day affair will include
workshops on club experiences, a
full sports program." dinner and a
dance to end the day's activities.
Conclave coordinator for
GMJCC is Miriam Scheinberg,
youth activities suoervisor of the
Beach Branch. Other staff in-
volved in the event are Mrs.
Judy Goldstein, vouth activities
supervisor. Town Branch; Charles
Plot kin, extension supervisor;
Den LaBello, branch supervisor
raff North County YMHA Branch.
Teen-agers attending the first
planning meeting wen Phi Sigma
Tau, Arlene Tumpkin. Dale Kul
vin:Sigma Phi. Jack Swanson. Sid
Schreidell; Emanons. Claire Mager.
Lynn Suritz; Keystone. Stan
Schwartz; Gibsons. Mere Kaplan.
Bonnie Merlin; Staggs. Ira Cohen.
Marty Topp, Bob Taran; Rebels,
Dave Sheppard. Harvey Kane: Chi-
delt, Cynthia Siegel, Bobbie Sheri-
dan: Pi Rho Theta. Lois Milman.
Toba L'lman. Eileen Freedman.
Sigma Lambda Sigma. Mickey
Fierberg; Amicus, Marilyn New-
man; Imperials. Mike Otchet. Boh
I Gladstone; Rho- Kappa Rho. Linda
Post. Sue Michael; Sigma Alpha
I Beta. Linda Rehler. Harriet Levine:
.Spartans. David Rr.zen. Chuck Pi
ver; Opals, Ju-t Whitman. Jackie
Adamski. Francirte Friedman; Sa
tan-. Lester Rosenkrantz; Sigma
Phi, Arthur Chaykin. Mike Ruble;
i Mu Sigma. Jim Shapro.
Friday, |
Conclave
Two
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enclave iu^jJI
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Sunday. Dec. ^
Theain,
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Phi Club, is J
High. He is acihTfl
praphy Club at Miaajil
Bowling League a *J
Serving on the ntj
committee with the j
Julie Tenenbora, hfl
Branch; Charlotte N,
County; Alan Sto*,i
dea; and Sid Schnalj
danas. Danny Millcr.l
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Ordinance for
Kosher Foods
Clifford Straus, manager of the
Better Business Bureau of Miami
Beach, has submitted a copy of an
I rdmance pertaining to the sale of
her food to Darrey A. Davis,
county attorney, for consideration
for inclusion in the new Metropol-
itan penal code.
The ordinance was taken from
the New York law and covers false
labels and misrepresentations in
the sale of kosher meats, meat
preparations and food products.
Hotels end restaurants, as well
as food stores, will be covered
' by the ordinance.
"In the case of Maclop Corpora-
tion vs the City of Miami Beach,
the interpretation by the New York
court upheld the constitutionality
of the act." Straus said.
The Better Business Bureau
feels that this is important since
lack of proper controls in this
field would leave the way open for
an.ss misrepresentation in the
sale as well as the advertising, of
kosher products."
Mto Sisterbooo- to Moot
Temple Judea Sisterhood will
,rneet to discuss plans for the new
11887-68 yearbook Wednesday. 10
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voices of Ambassador Abba Eban
jpglon, and National Israel Hous-
ha'rman Eddie Cantor from New
irille hotel Friday were over 70
li community leaders and oraan-
kidents. Seated on dias daring
leering are (left to right) Jacob Rif-
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lin,- Max Gottlieb, William Bornstein. co-chair-
man. State of Israel Bonds, Sidney Glazier,
(rtv manaaer, State of Israel Bonds, Mrs. Louis
Glasser, Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, chair-
man, Women's Division, State of Israel Bonds,
and Rabbi Leon Kronish, Temple Beth Sholom.
000 Collected in Bond Pledges
Browd of over 1.500
Fi'iitainebleau hotel
kill tribute to the
of this city whose
achieved a record
li^hest in the nation
with the Israel
drive during the re-
|iiby>.
the 6.000,000 Jews
Europe during the
rho came as a special
Israel to pay hom-
(synagogues, was Mrs.
'Pick.
Ithe close childhood
in' Frank, whose ac-
l|he trials and tribu-
luropean Jewry has
become world-famous in both
play and book form, and is iron-
ically enough now having a suc-
cessful play-run in Germany.
Master showman George Jessel
came all the way from California
to participate in the ceremonies,
and Norman Atkins, Metropolitan
Opera baritone, arrived from New
York "to round out the evening.
Some S92.000 in cash has already
been collected in connection with
Israel Housing Bonds purchased
here during the High Holidays. An
all-time record high of over
$400,000 in Israel Housing Bonds
was pledged in the 30 participating
synagogues.
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purchased over $750,000 in Israel
Housing Bonds toward the over-
all 1957 goal of $1,250,000. With
$50C,000 to so by the end of the
year; the campaign on behalf of
housing for Israel will take on
greater impetus.
Mrs. Pick who came to this city
especially for the "Tribute to Syn-
agogues" with her husband, Maj.
Walter Pick, of the Israel Army,
spoke of the terror-stricken days
she shared with Anne Frank in Eu-
rope and in the concentration camp
at Bergen-Belsen, where Anne died
of typhoid, and from which she
was rescued on her way to the gas
chamber just four days before VE-
Day.
popular star of stage and television, wraps his own
[gifts. "I love to sing praises of Seaaram's VOit s
gift foj Chanuka," he says. Bart, whose new book,
Thousand Pounds," just has been published, knows
i people buy and enjoy superior flavor of Seagram's
[any other imported whiskey. Take a tip from Jan
[honor of any celebration, serve and give whiskey
*sSeagrams VO._____________________
New GMJCC Branch
In Full Operation
Only six weeks since opening op-
erations, the Southwest YMHA
Branch of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center already has
the active participation of more
than 100 youngsters in its after-
ohnnl and evening youth pro-
grams.
Branch chairman Irving Lax ex-
pressed optimism Wednesday for
the development of a total YMHA
program for residents west of Le
Jeune rd.. from nursery school
through Golden Agers.
Committees on all age levels
have already begun to function,
and the adult program was to be
launched Thursday with the first
meeting of the Souihwest YMHA
Little Theatre.
Jack Shaw and Andrew Green-
hut have been engaged as director
and l technical director for the
drama group, respectively.
The junior program committee
has announced that a half-day Win-
ter Day Camp will be provided for
boys and girls from the first
through sixth grades during the
school vacation period from Dec.
23 through Jan. 3.
In addition to five existing eve- j
ning youth groups, the parents pre-
teen committee is now planning a
cotillion for junior high school
boys and girls to be held Sunday
nights beginning Dec. 1.
Harry Shamis. a member of the
j supervisory staff of Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center since
1950. has been assigned as branch
supervisor of Southwest YMHA.
New Electronic
Machines Slated
For Dade Federal
Dade Federal Savings and Loan
Assn. of Miami completed negotia-
tions with International Business
Machines Corporation for installa-
tion of electronic data processing
equipment for its mortgage loan
operations.
Joseph M. Lipton. president of
the savings association, made the
announcement Wednesday. Dade
Federal will be the first such in-
stitution in South Florida to make
the change to this most modern of
accounting systems, Lipton said,
adding that "the initial use dFThis
new method will be confined to
the accounting control over our
mortgage loan procedures, but
eventually it will expand into sav-
ings."
On mortgage loan billing, the
IBM method permits faster pro-
cessing of payments and makes
for a completely mechanized sys-
tem. Odd payments as well as
regular payments are handled
automatically.
"The advantaees of the IBM elec-
tronic and electric accounting over
Dade Federal's present manual
system are numerous," Lipton add-
ed. "Among them are elimination
of tedious manual calculations.
Trial balancing of loans is imme-
diately available at any time. Loan
portfolios may be analyzed as ex-
tensively and as frequently as de-
sired.
"Window congestion will be eas-
ed because tellers are relieved of
bookkeeping functions and can
handle transactions more rapidly.
Customer lines, so prevalent in fi-
nancial institutions, will be re-
duced considerably. Each customer
will require only about a fourth
of the teller's time they now re-
quire.
"Mortgage loan customers can
readily acquire any information
they need on their accounts,"
Lipton continued. Loan pay-
Local Spiritual Leaders Mark
Special 0RT Sabbath Here
Local spiritual leaders will join
in special observances with others
throughout the country Friday in
dedicating their evening sermons
to the work of Women's American
ORT.
Greater Miami, Miami Beach and
North Dade chapters ^ill hear
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of Temple
Emanu-El, discuss the accomplish-
ments of ORT, and Coral Gables
chapter will hear Rabbi Yaakov
Rosenberg at Beth David Congre-
gation.
Thanksgiving Will
Be Marked Here
Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish
Center will hold a public Thanks-
giving religious service Thursday
from 9:30 to 11 a.m.
"Purpose of this service, wnich
is open to member and non-mem-
bers. Jews and non-Jews alike, will
be to thank the Almighty in a
oommuni'y-wide fashion for the
bounty we are privileged to enjoy
in this blessed land." Rabbi Leo
Helm spiritual leader, said.
He will officiate and discuss
"Thanks Giving at Thanks Receiv-
ing."
ments can be made at any of
Dade Federal's four offices at
any time regardless of where the
loan files were originated. State-
ments can be sent to each mort-
gagor at any time showing him
a complete history of his ac-
count.
The change will also give man-
agement much more information
than before available and aid in
making important decisions faster.
"This," Lipton said, "is the first
step in a long range plan leading
into the era of modern operation.
It does not eliminate personnel,
but frees them to do other impor-
tant tasks necessary in our every
day business. Our own employees
will be schooled and trained in the
operation of these machines."
FLORIDA'S LARGEST JEWISH CHAPEL
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Meeting to Mark Memory
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Meeting at Beth Jacob Congre-1
gation's Whitman Hall will mark .
the first anniversary (yahrzeit) of
the death of Beth Jacob spiritual
leader Rabbi Tibor Stern's mother.
Rabbi Abraham Twirsky, chair-
man of the Malava Malka program,
has announced that Rabbi Stern
will deliver the eulogy based upon
the completion of the Mishna.
Beth Jacob will form a Mishna
group during the meeting, with
Rev A. J. Safra named as chair
.man.
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ACUOATH ISRAEL. 7S0J Carlyto
.v.. OrthK. Rabbi Umc Kvar.
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ANSHE EMES. 253S SW lth
iv*. Canter Morris Zimmerman.

BETH DAVID. J25 SW 3rd ava.
Coniarvn'iva. Rabbi Vaakov Roan-
baro. Canter William W. Lipson.
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BFTM EL. 5?" SW 17th ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir-
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BETH EMETH. 12250 N.W. 2ne*
iva. Conservative. Rabbi David W.
Herson. Canter Hyman Fein.

BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie eve.
Orthodox. Rabbi H. Loui Rott-
nan.
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s.in..mi \\..ki\ Portion,
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BETH JACOB. 301411 WashiTrf
ton ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tiber
Stern. Canter Maurice Memche*.
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HOMESTEAD CENTER. 183 NE
Ith ft.. Homestead. Conservative
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HOLLYWOOD BETH SHOLEM.
1725 Monroe st., Hollywood. Con-
servative. Rabbi Samujl L|rej^
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI.
2030 Polk St., Hollywood. Conserv-
ative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Canter
ythudah Heilbraun.
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ISRAELITE CENTER. 3198 SW
24th tor. Conservative. Rabbi Mor-
ton Malavsky.
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field. Center Abraham Soil.

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Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
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CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
Conservative.
DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CEN-
TER. faioO NW 2nd ave.
servative.
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MIAMI HEBREW CONGRECA
TION. 1101 SW 12th ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Berele
Kelemer.
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s.-i mi.n: "our Mtmdon "
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MONTICELLO PARK. 164th rt.
and NE 11th ave. Conservative.
Rabbi Isaac Lerer. Cantor Jacob
Goldfarb.
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NORTH DAD! CENTER. 13430
W. Dixie hwy. Consorvativa. Rabbi
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FLAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW
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FT. L/'i'DERDALE EMANU-EL.
1801 S. Andrews ave., Ft. Lauder-
lala. Reform. Rabbi Marios Han-
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HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th
St. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander
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HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS. 951
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The Officers and Board
of Directors of
THE HEBREW ACADEMY
request your attendance
at the unveiling of a mon-
ument to the memory of
the late
SAMUEL M. GRUNDWERS
A Founder and Treasurer
of the Hebrew Academy
at Mt. Nebo Cemetery on
Sunday, December 1st, at 12:30
! AMERICAN ISKAUI
RELIGIOUS STORE
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Rabbi Dr. Tibor H. Stern
311 Washintjton Avev M. B.
Phones: JE B-22B5 JE M949
NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620
75th st. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowiti. Cantor Edward Klein.
111 v > li p.m Siruwa: -'rii. \
lias Mltsvah: lal>vl. dauch- {
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lid Mrs .-,.ii,i-\ iMmkowlta
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SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER.
715 Washington ave.
a a *
SOUTH OADE JEWISH CEN
TER. Reform. Rabbi Herbert M
Baumgard.
:it 3IS Merrli k hide
I'liheraU) ..1 Mlunl Htortnon
law.all ami Hie SulliMnx S. 1
9 m
SOUTHWEST JEWISH CENTER.
e43t SV Bth st. Consorvativa. Rab-
bi Abraham Levitan,
- in |. hi. Hervlca di rt
In TliaiikmcivltiK l a e
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144
Chase ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor David Conviser.
a .
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701
Washington ave. Conservative.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Is-
rael Reich.
1 rldaj and 1^0 p.m. Barinon: "The
V nl.nl... v ..( l.-ui-h Muni -|i|w-.i'-
'1 of Ba*lr Piini-epla o# an Ancle it
I" 1 nli' 11HT tribute to be in I B-l
TEMPLE 2I0N.- gu
L Constrvilivs, ajj
Waiman.
Pi da M inn
[tai M livah Hlrkain
Mi Samuel 'inrnc. I
1
TIFERETH ISRAfi.
Miami avt. Comaneal
Abraham Herson. CibJ
Glanti.
Krldaj l:M p.m set
glvlna More than a I
s.-rmon: "Th L
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TORAH TEMPLE I]
ave. American JudaH
Abraham CtissL
e s
Z AMOR A JEWISH I
Zamera ive. Conwna)ii|
B. Leon Hurwih. Caw I
Brill.
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si^vi ui. adh ..' Mr.<
pel In
Miami Synswl
Elects Hablow
Charles Hablow hot
provident of Mum
grcaation.
Other officersflrrttii
meet int! include WilliaH
fir-t \ ice president; I
dan. second vice presiaxfl
SchweiUer, treasurer.
Mr- JOMpk SthS
cial secretary; Mai
er. recurding secreli
Nathan Cuulton, 1
ret an
Board members iM!
felbaum. Edward Bert*
hen, H. Echtenthal j
Dave MelUer, Morns.
Persoff, Mrs S Moss.1
weitier. Morris KronWL
Feldan and Mrs R
Miami rfebrt*^1
,55 Waih.n|Mj'
Miami Beach
Hebrew ReliB-w'
Coll Jiff arson 1-7677.
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MIAMI BEACH
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umber 22, 1957
"Jmist ncridian
le Calls
evaluation
\. Position
>RK"We can no long-
the luxury of our
ision about the United
aatic superiority in any
kder of the Eisenhower
Republican party said
held here this week.
before 500 persons
for the fifth annual
the Women's Division
erican Friends of He
jrsity at the Waldorf-
bl, Sen. Clifford P. Case
rned that the U.S. must
fcts from the production
lid more and better crea-
ts and objects of osten-
Bumption."
ilk does nothing al*a,"
Dr declared, "it will re-
I that great minds are
bhould be treasured and
It is not too 1st* to
lesson," he said, em-
[ that "we need a wider
arenas* of the role of
arch as the foundation
. wa need to make
br efforts to oncouraga
possible development
lids of our youth and to
at talent will not be
lack of opportunity."
speaker at the luneh-
ilargaret Mead, the an-
kt who received a cita-
flng her as "Woman of
for "her dedicated re-
great ability to provide
frank approach to the
[culture of our changing
id that the present sit-
erasped in its immensity
Ity, "makes it possible
! re-assay with vividness
|e have come, where we
what direction we are
Supports
?r Christmas
Pallot, Miami attorney
leader, Wednesday en-
candidancy of Mayor
ristmas. who is seeking
in next Tuesday's run-
nmending the reelection
Christmas, Pallot said,
a doubt, Mayor Randy
is eminently qualified to
ai's government. Randy
nue to work hard for the
crnment and progress.
now more than avar
our historywo need
ixperience. Mayor Randy
has that vitally.need-
Hence. I urge you to vota
] next Tuesday."
pas, who has been mayor
1st two years and prior to
la Miami city commission-
JDuring the few days that
efore the run-off next
I intend to work very
very vigorously,
invite you to join me in
With your continued
Bed to the fine vote we
[in the primarywe can-
but be victorious next
is Speaker
| Morales, member of the
I bureau of the Dade coun-
Issn., was speaker at the
fceetlng of the Central Es-
pimg Club of Central Bank
St Company in the Bis-
trace hotel Saturday. Man-
slez presided over the
Page 15 B
Planners for annual Thanksgiving eve dance
are shown as they gather to make arrange-
ments for traditional event sponsored by Town
Branch, Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center, and set for Wednesday evening, Nov.
27. Front row (left to right) are Mrs. Oscar
Evans, Mrs. Stuart Winston, Stuart Winston,
Town Branch chairman, Mrs. Milton Spool,
Mrs. David Sachs. Rear are Esther Grasian,
Angel Ross. Martin Heller, president. Amity
Club, Henry Garison, president. Golden Age
Club, David Eskenazi, Town Branch supervis-
er, Milton Spool, Hyman Kam, David Sachs.
Planners' Group Expanding Here
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, chairman
of the community planning com-
mittee of the Greater Miami Jewish
Chaikin, Albert Comanor, Mrs. Jos-
eph Duntov. Mrs. Meyer Eggnatz,-
Mrs. Leon Eisenman, Mrs. Aaron
Federation, Wednesday announced I Farr, Efraim Gale. Dr. and Mrs.
the appointment of new members
to serve with this major unit for
the coming year.
The 47-man committee is made
up of outstanding communal work-
ers, professional persons, religious,
welfare and educational leaders
with many years of experience in
the field of community planning
and budgeting.
To be consldarad by the com-
mittee in 19S8 ara the proposed
program of aid to the chronically
ill, study and avaluation of leis-
ure-time actvities; growing needs
of an expanding Jewish educa-
tion program; proposed building
program at the Jewish Homo for
the Agad; and the need for Jew-
ish vocational services in Dade
county.
Membership in the committee
which functions on a year-round
basis includes Mrs. Leo Ackerman,
Dr. Melvin Becker, Miss Sara Berk-
owitz, Col. Dudley D. Brodie, Rabbi
Jonah Caplan, Alvin Cassel, Leo
Samuel Gertman, Samuel Gertner,
Dr. Morris Goodman, Charles E.
Gottlieb, Leon Kaplan, Dr. David
Kirsh, Rabbi Leon Kronish, M. J.
Kopelowifz.
Irving Lax, Mrs. Irving Lehrman,
Mrs. Seymour Liebman. Joseph
Masters, Leo Mindlin, Rabbi Jos-
eph Narot, Mrs. Stanley Myers.
Maurice Pearlstein, Mrs. Harold
Rand, Col. Nathan Rood, Rabbi
Yaakov Rosenberg, Herbert E.
Scher, Seymour Samet, Louis Sch-
wartzman, Mr. and Mrs. Isidore
Simkowitz, Mrs. Milton Sirkin.
Mrs. Bernard Stevens, Carl Suss-
kind. Dr. Jess Spirer, Harold Tan-
nen, Harold Thurman, Mrs. Carl
Weinkle, Mrs. Sydney Weintraub,
aorl Sam Cohon. epr-rptarv.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
I In- undersigned, cltHirihs; to eni:;.
bUKlneia under the fictitious n.iiu. "
NATION'AI, BRAKE SERVICE a)
number 1401 N.E. 2nd Avenue, In tlie
City Of .Miami. Florida Intends to reg-
ister the said name with the Cli
'he Circuit Court of Dade Count v,
Florida.
Dated at Miami, Florida this 16th
flay of November, 1 *r.7.
ELI I). ZEMBLE
kvi:i.;i, e, iiorst.x
Attorneys for Applicant
1212 Hlscayne MIels., Miami, Fla.
11/22-2:'. 12 I>I1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS, HK|y-:uv GIVEN II, 1
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
frasiness under the fictitious name of
NORTH MIAMI BEACH MORTGAGE
CO., at c/o Arthur I. Snyder, 120 I. n-
coln Road. Miami Beach, Fla., Inten la
to reiilster r-aid name with the CM .
of the circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
100** Owned and Operated b*
North Miami Beach Mortgage Co.,
c/o Arthur 1 Bnydei
1211 Lincoln ltd., Miami Beach, Ha,
11/22-29, 12/8-13
and SHIRLEY
her husband,
New Art Class Due at Flagler
Flagler-Granada Jewish Commun
ity Center will sponsor a new type
of art class for children beginning
from the age of five and up.
The art class will be held Wed-
nesday afternoon from 3:30 to 5
p.m. at the Center, and will imple-
ment children in water colors, cra-
yon and pencil work.
"Depending upon the registra-
tion," stated Miss Aysen Aydin,
noted Turkish artist from the Uni-
versity of Miami, who will conduct
the course, "we will instruct chil-
dren of all ages in the art of self-
expression, giving a background in
the conception of color using pen-
cil, crayon and watercolors.
"Any child from the age of three
is capable of artistic expression,"
she added.
Registration will be handled
through the Flagler-Granada Cen-
LSOAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
FLORIDA M'RINKLER CO., at 969
BUM sth Ave., Hlaleah, Ha., Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
CHARLES RATZ
C. R. HAKF.R
11 '22-29. |I/-lJ
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
ANO FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 207^81
NATHAN KRAMER and GLADYS
KRAMER, his wife,
RAL'ZIN, Joined by
MARVIN RAIZ1N,
Plaintiffs,
vs.
GEORGE IIOHAH and KATHLEEN
..'I'All. et al..
Defendants.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
TO: GEORGE I'.oKAH and KATIt-
USENBODAH, his wife, 1171
Nui-ml, SAN FERNANDO, CAL-
IFORNIA, Who may claim to
have an Interest In
I.ot IS, B.....k 1, of ORCHARD
Vll.l.A EXTENSION, according to
the Plat thereof recorded in Plat
Book 17. at Page :..".. of the Public
Records ol I >a You ara hereby notified thai a Bill
of complaint tias been filed aa
you in the above styled Court to quiet
a the above described land, and
>ou aie hereby re<|ulred to serve i
Copy Of your Answer or other plead-
Ing'on the plaintiffs' Attorney. MIL-
TON A. KH1HIOI AN. l"'-':'. Seybold
Building, Miami, Florida, and file (he
ortflnal In the offlee of the Clerk or
the Circuit Court of Dade Coun '.
Florida, on or before !0th day of De-
cember, 197,7, otherwise the allegations
of said Pill of Complaint will be taken
as confessed by you,
DATED ihls, the l'th day of No-
vember, 19"7.
K P. 1 EATHERMAN, Clerk of the
Circuit Court. Hade County. Florida
I ., i By: JOAN BNEBDBN.
Deputy Clerk.
11/22-29. 12/6-13
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERKIIY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name "f
HOLIDAY INN at 7ill7,l B.W. Mh St..
Miami, Florida intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
JOSEPH H. SMITH
AMELIA G. SMITH
11 /i -_*>*?_?> M ,:
REAL ESTATE SALESMAN
NEEDED. Good Commission.
Norman E. Butler, Realtor
13030 N.W 7th Ava. MO 1-1440
10,000 ACRE RANCH
ON A HIGHWAY
ot $100 per Acre
JEFFCOTT REALTY
INVESTMENTS
2400 first Street
FORT MYERS, FIA.
EDISON 5-4421
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r CURRENT DIVIDEND SM% PER ANNUM "
INSURED SAVINGS HOME LOANS
sjafjMi
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