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

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UWTY and THE JEWISH WUKLY
Number 48
Miami, Florida. Friday, November 29, 1957
Price 20*
mmittee Leader Charges Second Civil War Being Waged
Mistering oration here, Morris Abram Sunday
}t a second Civil War is being waged over the
ligration.
ninent Atlanta, Ga'., attorney, in an address
lifth animal dinner meeting of the American
nmittee, declared that vital issues affecting the
of the U.S. were being compromised to pro-
bation.
grmtr Rhodes scholar and member of fhe pros-
aff at rho International Military Tribunal at
told several hundred Greater Miami com-
munity leader, that "housing, public health, education
in our new Sputnik age, and many other major ques-
,,on '**' h tha defense of owr nation ara be ins
traOod open to prettm Soothem racial attihsdos."
Abram said that no less an internationally-minded
diplomat than the late' Sen. Walter F. George, of Georgia,
for lengthy years an advocate of foreign aid, "changed
from his internationalist approach to traffic upon the
things he hed held most dear" in order to maintain sep-
aration of the races.
George's switch. Abram charged, was the result of his
having to protect his political role both in Georgia and
in 1he U.S. Senate. This, Jje declared, is an increasingly
usual custom among the nation's legislators. .
In a scathing attack upon what he called the failure
of "the informal power structure" of the South to support
"the formal power structure of laws, supreme court cases"
and other legal expressions of the U.S. Supreme Court
order for integration, Abram flatly declared that "Southern
Continuad on Page 2A
Jordan-Israel Border Tense;
Shots Mar Truce Group Talk
MORKIS ABU AH
informal power structure
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
TEL AVIVJordanian forces continued Tuesday to keep this long
Jordan-Israel frontier in a state of high tension and were responsible
for two attacks in one of which an Israel soldier was shot and severely
wounded by a Jordanian sniper.
The Jordan force opened fire Tuesday on an Israel patrol near an
Arab village northeast of Hadera in Amaria. The patrol, operating well
within Israel territory, returned the fire, and the Jordanians broke off
the engagement. The patrol had been investigating the kidnapping
Monday of an Israeli Arab shepherd and the theft of his 75 head of
sheep. Arab witnesses said the shepherd had been seized by Jordanian
soldiers who drove the herd across the border.
In tha second incidant of tha day, a Jordanian sniper fired at
a group of Israeli soldiers standing some 450 yards from tha frontier
line in Central Israel, hitting one.
The Israel-Jordan Mixed Armistice Commission acted Tuesday on
a Jordanian complaint, with Israel bd'ycotting the session, and adopted
a resolution calling on Israel to release a Jordanian farmer arrested
near Tabyeh village Nov. 21. The resolution was adopted in the ab-
L Meir Vows We Won't Yield'
Mount Scopus Convoy Deadlock
to Leave
Mid-East
fell NATIONS(JTA)Uni4
diis Secretary General Dag
Ekjold will leave Friday
nan, capital of Jordan, to
i views with the Govern-
Jordan in connection with
an-Israel developments, it
ounced here Wednesday.
announcement, mad* by
okesmen, said that Mr.
skjold hope* to take ad-
of tha opportunity for
il contact* with ethar gov-
its in the area, insofar a*
armits. Ha plans to be
UN headquarters Dae. 8.
Jerusalem it was reported
85 Israeli policemen and
ians atop Ml. Scopus have
sufficient only to last
few days.) '
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
JERUSALEMMrs. Gold* Meir, Israel's Foreign Minister, appear-
ing in the Knesset for the first time since she was injured there in' an
October bombing, declared categorically Tuesday that Israel would not
yield on the Mount Scopus convoy issue.
Jordan has prevented the reg-*>
ular convoy from going to the
abandoned Hebrew University and
Hadassah Hospital buildings be-
DAG H4MMJMSKJO10
. supports leery
hind the Jordanian lines since last
Wednesday.
Addressing tha Foreign Af-
fairs Committaa, .Mrs. Mair re-
viewed Israel's political situa-
tion, particularly tha outburst of
incidents alonjj tha Syrian and
Jordanian frontiers, which has
resulted in mounting tension.
Mrs. Mcir's report included a re-
view of the overall picture of Is-
rael's security in light of Russian
missile sphere propaganda as it af-
fects relations involving Egyptian
and Syrian efforts to embroil the
area.
Mrs. Meir's statement on the gov-
ernment's position on the Scopus
deadlock came in a report on the
meeting Monday night between
Premier BenGurion and Col. By-
ron V. Leary, acting chief of staff
of the United Nations Truce Su-
pervisory Organization
sence of proof establishing that the |
arrested men had actually been
on Israel territory.
The Israel authorities had pre-
viously announced that a joint Is-
rael-Jordan investigation under
lUnited Nations auspices had estab-
lished thai the man had been ar-
rested inside Israel territory and
would be released in accordance
with routine after the customary
police investigation.
The Jordanians had announced
an "ultimatum" to Israel to re-
turn the prisoner, but Israel of-
ficials denied ever having re-
ceived such n ultimatum.
The Armistice Commission reso-
lution took the position that the
man had been working "ill the im-
mediate vicini*.' of the demarca-
tion line" when approached by an
Israel policeman who took him in-
to custody under the threat of
Continuad on Page 5 A
Russian Shells
Found on Line
. JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
TEL AVIV Russian automa-
tic weapon cartridges ware
found on Israel territory near
Tel Aziat, whore Syrian gunners
Monday killed an Israel tractor
driver, Israel officials reported
Tuesday.
They said an investigation re-
vealed that the Syrians placed
the gunners in ambush within
Israel territory and that the
gunners fired from those posi-
tions on workers, killing Joseph
Bonchaim, 30, of Shaar Yushav.
Three rounds of .762 Russian
cartridges and bearing tha Rus-
sian letter, GG, were found at
one of the ambush spots.
issein Stakes Prestige on Row
ftUSALEM(JTA)Acting chief of the Uni-
itions Truce Supervision Organization, Col.
IV. Leary, Monday called on Prime Minister
IBen-Gurion and Foreign Minister Golda Meir
luss the grave situation created by a series of
iian provocations. One of the subjects dis-
\ was Jordan's continued refusal to permit the
^ of the weekly convoy of supplies to", the
entrenched atop Mt. Scopus, where the He-
ll niversity and Hadassah Hospital are located.
Ing Hussein of Jordan, "it is seen here, has
) his personal prestige on this issue, and Jordan
has formally called upon the United Nations to recall
Col Leary for his alleged refusal to cooperate with
the Amman Government. Israel insists that, in ac
cordance with the 1949 Armistice agreement pro-
viding for the right' to supply civilian needs to the
personnel on Mt. Scopus, the convoy must go
through with its full load, including gasoline for fuel
which Jordan wants to bar.
Now that Secretary General Dag Hammarsk-
jold has rejected Amman's demand that Leary be
Continued on Page 8 A
Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion, foot in cast, confers with
U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Ezra Taft Benson at Hadassah's
Ziv Hospital in Jerusalem, following recent bombing in Israel
Knesset. Benson visited with Prime Minister on recent Near
East junket.
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Page 2 A
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AJC Leader Sees Second Civil War
Continued from Pag* 1 A
Jews are for the most part not pre-
judiced against Negroes."
"Jews have access to the in-
formal power structure," he said.
"They have the capacity to move
it." He tingled out the informal
power structure as "the leader-
ship that can and must give in-
telligent direction to the laws
laid down by the formal power
structure"in this case the Su-
preme Court of the United
States.
Abram charged Southern Jewry
with the role they must not shirk
acting as vanguard in the move
to have the integration order im-
plemented. He said that the civil
rights laws, including the 13th.
14th, and 15th amendments to the
U.S. Constitution, were nullified as
early as 1876 "by the Southern
power structure, which took hold
of the civil rights destiny of the
Negro."
This was accomplished, he de-
clared, "through Southern trading
over this issue with their Northern
counterparts."
The problem. Abram continued.
is no longer a problem of integra-
tion vs. segregation. "It is a prob-
lem relating to the- basic elements
of free society." Abram told the
American Jewish Committee meet-
ing at Ihe Seville hotel on Miami
Beach that "today the South is ar-
raved in two major forces. Either
von 'are with ihe Whites in defense
of lheir skin or you are against
them."
Thoso seeking a law-end-order
implementation of the Supreme
Court decision, Abram declared,
"are called NAACPerj and Com-
munists" by the extremists. But,
he continued, in Savannah, Ga.,
in 1954 on the day the announce-
ment was made of the Supremo
Court decision, "the Rotary Club
applauded the court's decision
Swope Dead in New York, 84
NEW YORK (JTA) Gerard
Swope, Jr., internationally known
industrialist who in his later years
became a strong supporter of Is-
rael, died here after a brief illness
at the age of 84. He was a former
president of the Genera' Electric '
Company and a former chairman j
of the New York Housing Author- |
ity. He was admitted to practice I
SAMUtL M. CffUNDWERG
0HVHUHG
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. GRUNDWERG
A Founder and Treasurer
of the Hebrew Academy
at Mt. Nebo Cemetery on
Sunday, Dtceatber 1st, at 12:30
before the United States Supreme
Court bar.
Mr. Swope made his first trip to
Israel eight years ago at the sug-
gestion of friends who were active
in the Palestine Economic Corpor-
ation.
Addressing PEC dinner on
his trip, he reported he had been
profoundly impressed, telling the
guests that if he did not love
New York so much, he might
have considered settling in on*
of the Israel collective settle-
ments.
He became a shareholder in the
PEC, a relationship he retained to
his death.
His most recent trip to Israel was
in May when, as a sponsor of the
American Technion Society, he was
awarded an honorary doctorate by
the Haifa Institute of Technology.
Technion Society officials said that
during the past four years, he con-
tributed substantially for Technion
student loans and scholarships.
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Todav, Abram charged, "this
same Rotary Club would ca'l any-
one who applauds the decision an
oddball and an outcast."
The change in attitude, he said,
was the result of the continuing
failure of the informal power
structure to give leadership. Abram
singled but inadequate housing and
"an enormous Negro lower class"
as principle elements In the con-
tinuing integration-segregation bat-
tle.
"We are asking the Whites to
yoult over the racial prejudice of
a century and the wide clasa guW
that separate, them from the
Negroes. But m*n will by and
largo act decently and responsi-
bly whon they are called upon to
meet a situation."
He pointed to the recent ail
White jury that sent racist John
Kasper to a term in Federal pris-
on for his racial agitation in Clin-
ton, Tenn., as a case in point
Col. Nathan B. Rood was elected
president of the Greater Miami
chapter. American Jewish Commit-
tee, at the dinner meeting. He suc-
ceeds Miami Beach Vice Mayor
Harold B. Spaet.
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iber 29. 1957
________+Jewl$t fhrilirtr
Page 3 A
im Will
JNF Fete
im, former member
American Committee
Palestine, will be
\r at the third annual
Jig of the Jewish Na-
fcuncil of Greater Mi-
vening, Dec. 8, in the
ires* here will be
bide with the marking
<>f the first decade
led Rations moved for
Palestine on Nov. 29,
kosher dinner will
founding of the
mi Village in Israel,
jrkers' settlement on
rder.
im as guests of honor
ps. Jennie Grossinger,
pom an here and natron-
hilarithtopist, and Rab-
fnnan, temple Emanu-
I leader.
lie author of "Behind
urtaln," a discussion
British policy in the
: In addition to his ap-
\n 1946 by President
i .member of the Com-
bquiry on Palestine,
perved as a State De-
nsultant to the United
ehind the Silken Cur-
direct report from
bnces.
sient in 1948 of the
$20 Million Offered- No Takers
BARTLEY CRUM
New York Newspaper Guild's an-
nual award for distinguished
public service has traveled ex-
tensively in Europe and the Mid-
dle East. In a trip to Israel in
Sept., 1948, Crum observed first-
hand the then new State's efforts
to cope with the absorption of
thousands of new immigrants,
while establishing a democrat!*
society.
Crum received the "One World"
award in 1949. In 1951, he was
granted the honorary degree of
Doctor of Hebrew Letters from the
Hebrew Union College at Cincin-
nati. He has been to Israel several
times since.
ISTANBUL(JTA)A search
is underway here for a Jewish
girl who may be a very rich girl
and who does not know she is
one.
A second girl, who could be-
come rich too if she knew the
first girl, also is involved in this
two-nation mystery. Both are be-
ing eagerly sought by people in
Israel on the premise that the
first girl will inherit $20,000,000.
Girl No. 2 will get a $30,000 re-
ward for identifying the first girl.
_ _Th" jdpllfir-ricti search is, be-
ing publicized in the Turkish
press through advertisements
placed by- the interested Israel-
is and by news stories. Several
*"". hr have received
[_ leaflets containing details of
warch.
According to the first ads ap-
pearing here, the object of the
hunt is a girl who was seen in a
queue at a Haifa post office on
Oct. 1, 1956. This girl was be-
lieved to know the identity of the
first girl who had been left the
$20,000,000 by a wealthy man.
The girl at the Haifa post office
-would receive the $30,000 reward
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KASHRUTH VIMS SLATED
A presentation of editorial
views on the Kashruth question
in Greater Miami will be among
the many. timely features of
next week's edition of The
Jewish Floridian. Date is Dec.
6. Be sure to read your copy.
Albeneri Trio Due
Here on Wednesday
Beethoven's Trio No. 3 in C mi-
nor, op. 1 no. 3, will open a pro-
gram by the Albeneri Trio Wednes-
day evening, Dec. 4, at the White
Temple auditorium.
The Albeneri Trio is due here as
part of the Friends of Chamber
Music of Miami third annual sub-
scription series.
Also to be heard is Siciliana e
Burlesca, by Alfredo Casetla,
and Trio No. 1 in B major, op. 8,
by Johannes Brahms.
The Albeneri Trio includes Ward
Davenny, piano; Giorgio Ciompi,
violin; and Benar Heifetz, cello.
Davenny, newest member of the
group, is director of the Cleveland
Institute of Music. Ciompi heads
the v;olin department at the Cleve-
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frequently with the Symphony of
the Air, and toured Japan and the
Far East on the Symphony's re-
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for identification of the heiress.
Girl No. 2 was supposed to
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New ads are now arriving from
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Volume 31
Number 48
Friday. November 29. 1957
6 Kislev 5718
Ten Years After Partition of Palestine
Ten years ago Friday, on Nov. 23, 1947,
the United Nations voted for partition into two
sepaiate states ol what wqs men Palestine.
The Jewish State, Israel, has had a turbu-
lent history since thenprincipally because the
world, whose ward Israel is, consistently show-
ed less concern for her subsequent survival
than it did during the brief but inspired mo-
ments leading up to the almost universal sup-
port of her creation.
Partition was one thingindependence an-
other, h wesn't until May of the following year
that Israel, impatient over the decision in favor
of her impending existence and the lagging
activity by the UN to implement the decision,
moved to declare her separate autonomy as a
self-governing people. Within hours, the Uni-
ted States recognized Israel in a directive by
President Harry S. Truman. The Soviet Union
followed hot on the heels of the U.S. in the East-
West race for recognition.
Hardly two days after the declaration of
her independence, seven of Israel's Arab
neighbors invaded the infant nation in an all-
out war to destroy her and push her people
into the sea. History will show this as a glor-
ious moment in the fledgling republic's battle
ever since those beginning days to tell the
world that, come what may, the Jewish State
is here to stay.

Disrespect for Armistice
The trial by combat was successfully met.
While the UN politely hummed and hawed, Is-
rael drove her enemies back, added tho Negev
desert to her domains, marched further south
toward Egypt, and might well have wound up
in Cairo dia the United Nations not finally man-
age to call a hall to the hostilities in 1949 with
an Armistice Agreement signed on the Island
of Rhodes.
During the ten years since partition, Israel
has made phenomenal strides industrially and
economically, has increased her population by
vigorous numbers through an active immigra-
tion program for indigent Jews throughout
Europe and North Africa, and looks forward to
continually greater levels of achievement de-
spite the almost impossible adversity with
which she has had to cope.
Prior to the penetration by the Soviet Union
into the Middle East, policy for the area was
formulated almost entirely by the Westwith
the U.S. as spearhead. This policy, bent on
wooing Arab "friendship." consistently placed
Israels survival interests as secondary. Not
the least of the wooing process involved the
West's flagrant disrespect for the Armistice
Agreement, which the Arabs increasingly vio-
lated, thus encouraginq the Arabs, themselves,
to believe that what happens to the Jewish
State is a matter of little difference.
Beth Sholom's Sanctuary
Temple Beth Sholom's new sanctuary will
be dedicated at a weekend of Beth Sholom fes-
tivities beginning Friday evening. The arrival
here of Dr. Maurice N. Eisendrath, president of
the Union of American Hebrew Congregations.
to participate in the dedication ceremonies is
an indication of the significance of the Temple
in the Liberal and Reform movements across
the nation.
The new sanctuary is a distinctive archi-
tectural landmark and an interesting addition
to Greater Miami structures. Apart from this.
it is a sign of Temple Beth Sholom's steady rate
of growth as a House of Worship since its in-
ception some 15 years ago.
Under the spiritual leadership of Rabbi
Leon Kronish. the Temple has auqmented its
manifold religious, educational and cultural
programs to include a congregation of some
800 families.
The "new" Temple Beth Sholom. new in
structure, is ancient with the spiritual impulse
of the aqe-old Jewish psople. Beth Sholom's
continuing strides forward, its need of the add-
ed sanctuary facilities to be dedicated Friday
evening, attest to that fact.
The tragedy here is that the West has been
deeply concerned indeed with Israel's fate and
must, with Israel, if on a far different level, reap
the bitter harvest of Arab opportunism. By far
the bitterest of the harvest has been the Soviet
Union's penerction of the area the result of
the Arab game of pitting Moscow against
Washington.
In the face of this negative international
diplomacy, Israel has moved forward on all of
her domestic fronts. What mars the possibility
cf even higher levels of achievement is a crush-
ing defense program, as well a- an Arab em-
bargo and blockade directed against her ship-
ping and foreign markets.

Crisis Looming Once More
Illegal though these aggressive Arab
methods may be. they have continued to
flourish in the face of a United Nations organ-
ization powerless to put them down. Perhaps
for this failing more than any other, coupled
with the peace organization's inability to pre-
vent Arab infiltration of her borders. Israel once
again took to the battlefield on Oct. 29. 1956.
this time to eradicate the Egyptian Fedayeen
bases in the Sinai and to break the Gull of
Aqaba blockade.
The arena is of course infinitely more com-
plicated involving the role of England and
France there, as well as the generally deter-
iorating prestige of the United States in the Mid-
dle East, resulting from failing after failing in
this nation's foreign policy. But the con-
tinuing marvel is that as the shadow of Com-
munist expansionism looms over the area, as
political leaders in the various Arab nations
rise and fall, Israel maintains a steady course
oi determined progress.
On this, a decade since partition, a shaky
Jordan once again brings crisis to the Middle
East a crisis that may virtually place the
threat of Soviet encroachment at Israel's very
doorstep.
Isolated by U.S. diplomacy in the area, set
up as a continuing target by an aggressive
Arab world surrounding her and calling for her
extermination in the very same halls of the very
same United Nations that brought her into be-
ing. Israel faces the future aware that she
may have to fight again to protect the progress
she has made, but proud of that progress and.
above all. unafraid.
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expert in such matters, he has i,
Israel under the auspices of hV >', iTSlf* Jj
It is therefore not surpr.s,,,, Zi &**
developed by the An, r c n j3^ ish communities overseas c,*mmuty and J^,
"BrWhei"Wn followed rhTown nr' 1 -
touched on some of the vSLZ^^S****
of the responsibility ,o fullfiil the.,, needs hQUM,*T
that .he American Jewish communm mui*.***
bil.ty as purely its own. The State .,',' 6*3
North Afric and behind the iron ?u T n*S
facets of U.S. Jewry's fund-raising ., "A~[X%* ?*2
dared, cause for concern to all Amen, art' **ki
(ontrarily he felt. Jews here should take l_
privileged condition of such todigents a- Peruvu., ^ *J
and the like, along with every on, else Thi w"H
according to Bill, and democracy pcope'sSj"!
selves -ls a.s near;' he sa.d. "as you can gj %
QUESTION OF IDEALISM OR PRACTICALITY*
QOOD NEIGHBOR BAGCS said man, !her fin, L.
idealistic he confccd hut hipo, of w ta
tegnty he was convinced. Hardly the last of the* 1
his belief in Israel "not because Jews are there h?
citizens have faith in freedom" ^
Then the dlfnaUpa turned round: the subject mi
forgotten. The session became an arena for panel a
Bagps. who previously had called himself and me"theiJ3
wretches here." Despite this affection, there I was-f,n*S
on the other side, an ideological gulf between u> ife,
given me cause for deep thought.
Whether or not Brother Bill was convinced bwht*
of opinion directed against him is difficult to linns |.
not. for the workshop purported to probe a number Mil
out of the inherent nature of the subject not by ,wn
otherwise to influence one of the panelists. But if Bnxatj
right in his thinking, if his idealism is mure than that-J
the touchstone of philanthropic motivation thenlamiijL
with the majority of American Jews, a calculating prap9
isolation from the general communitv underscores a tSr
heart
While pragmatism may be legitimate in the world nil
it can have no place in the spirit of man If Brother Bdli
am literally trading my soul in the open market
> a
TRADITION GIVES BASIS FOR ANTI-SEMITISM
LJISTORY SEEMS TO tell me. Bill. I am nnt wmnj li
" the Roman arena, where the first ( hristlsM
the Unas. I grant you the terrible persecution of thel
Martin Luther. I regard sympathetically with you the .
against all of Christendom But there is nowhere in the i
of human e*peru;nce tales equal in horror to those eiihtfl
or accurately describing the fate of the Jews at the J
tormentors from the moment in 325 of this era al tk.0
Nicea that the Holy Roman Empire was born.
Shall I take the virulently anti-Semitic horaikfidl
Chrysxistom St. John Chrysostom as an eianplr'j
scholastic argument ttf-Ttwmas Aquinas St. TImbjsj
in "Sirmma Theologtca" where is presented "reasniabK
a continuing' oppression of the Jew? Or the Spanish '
the pogroms of Poland and Russia"
Shall I. in oor own nation, point t,, l'lys>es S Graft,
filled with the image fostered by traditional anti-Semituaj
all the Jews out of the State of Tennessee because, as b al
many bigots today, Jewish loyalty to g.n eminent and rtjM
not be trusted the order to be fulfilled within Mb**'
These. Brother Bill, barely scratch the surface of tsfl
Jews have borne from their fellow-inhabitants of whatul
this good, giyen earth. The pages of history gruesome in*
they may be. can hardly recall the extent of the blood '
hearts of men who call themselves Jews
CONTEMPORARY POLITICS ALSO POINT THE WAT
IlJO CHRISTIAN WHO is himself without the "ol*cV'J
W% Semitism in his.soul can. Brother Bill, (eel 'lul ""fJJ
in this regard. You are one such, and your idealism
monument to that fact.
But the truth. Brother Bill, is sad Were the **JJ(
community to wait for the U.S. as a nation to d"" "' igj
of Jews overseas, the needs would not be met ""y'L;
1939. Adolf Hitler launched a systematic slaughter o ^
Central Europe. You will. I am sure, agree that berej-^
was a definite responsibility for us all Vet in i*. ^
returned from Munich, stepped off at UBourjei
promised the world "peace in our time ofJ*1
Peace. Bill, peace despite the slaughter of miU ^f
and the pleas of handsful of them in refugee !
seas to be permitted in as exiles at any port
of entry
yi
them in. not even this nation of ours with its then ^,
sumptuous Emma Lazarus "tempest tossed P1*"^ # dn
foot of the Statue of Liberty. The world had foinw *
world would not be bothered with philanthropic ^^M
But perhaps, because your personal decency ma "^ ^m
to accept this version of the extent of anti Sem,u; u la*!
caj.1 be that bad-_ you also reject anti-Semiiis^ fm
American Jewry's responsibility to Jet '
denied, then I appeal to contemporary politics.
THE AMERICAN JEW MEETS THE RESPONSIBILITY
ien otT,
1HE MAJOR PHILANTHROPIES of American ^tirt
principal^ in areas inexorably 'ntr,w,n*Tl/rn our*!**!
foreign policy considerations Whether we C,' Tanuus-^
the Jt-w, 0{ Russia and Poland. Morocco and

Continued n P '3A


29. 1957
*knislnorkfictn
IE EDITOR -
Page 5 A
.. .
for Kashruth 'Square Away'
Jewish Floridian:
fcncement in the syna
faturday by our rabbi
rbidden to buy meat
at the Food Fair
lefts, that all super-
Vaad and their rab-
withdrawn in order
be Jewish home as far
is concerned, was at
|ng to me, and as I
fae'. il seemed like
ind their rabbis were
children. 1 hope 1 m
Iple who shop at Food
Isaid they would be de-
(have the conveniences
sealed frozen Kosher
all Food Fair stores.
Ivailable to more Jew-
ish families Kosher poultry, Food
Kair Stores decided to supply this
demand. Thousands of house-
wives regulsrrly buy Kosher sa-
lami manufactured by leading
rusher sausage factories, and it
;eems loeir-aJ. to add some variety
as frozen Kosher sealed poultry.
Koshtr wines for years have
been sold at many supermar-
kets. For those who prefer to-
buy wine from the manufactur-
er, or chickens that are slaugh-
tered in their presence, or meat
only in a Kosher meat market,
all wall and good. But to con-
demn or withdraw certification
seems to me as a layman utter-
ly foolish, simply because Food
Fair executives decided to place
Kosher frozen sealed poultry in
all their stores. Whether they
said they would or would not
do it is beside the point.
In my home town in ^Shenan-
doah, Pa., several years ago, we
went one even better. We brought
down a prominent rabbi from
New York, one from Kentucky, and
one from Hazleton, Pa., and they
made an edict that anyone who
bought meat outside of our little
town of Shenandoah was eating
"outside meat" and therefore trefa.
I believe the records will show that
that edict has never been with-
drawn, even though our local butch-
er shop folded up several years
ago.
I know there are laws to pro-
tect local merchants from out-
siders. I know that fair play is
important. I know that all the
employees of the Kosher depart-
ment of Food Fair stores, as well
as all Kosher meat markets, are
out to make a living. I hope that
this whole business will be
"squared away" soon, and that all
the facts are placed before the
Jewish public who are most con-
cerned about it.
After speaking to Danny
Weinstein, in charge of the
Food Fair Kosher Department,
and also listening to Rabbi Mor-
ris Horowitz, our representative
in the Vaad, I came to the con-
clusion that we're hurting the
cause of Kashruth, preventing
the establishment of first class
Kosher meat markets, and caus-
ing undue inconvenience to the
thousands of shoppers who buy
Kosher meat from Food Fair
Kosher markets, as well as put-
ting in danger the jobs of over
50 men employed by Food Fair.
In my talks to both sides of the
controversy, I found no evidence
of trcfa meat in the Kosher Food
Fair markets, no evidence of stale
meat, misrepresentation, or lack
of cleanliness. As an after-
thought, I hate to say it, but I'm
just wondering whether it is pos-
sible that the Vaad and their.rab-
bis are wrong in this controversy
and may have to apologize for
their action.
ABE ARONOFF
Miami Beach

pus of service" are words which begin inscription on
presented to Golden Age Friendship Club, Town
Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, at its tenth
sary dinner held recently. Shown receiving plaque
(left) is Henry Garison, president. Making presenta-
raim H. Gale, GMJCC executive director. This is long-
kblished of Golden Age clubs of GMJCC and regularly
[membership of 125 senior citizens through social and
programs.
Adopts Plus $2 Million Budget
YORK The 1958 pro-1 sion of review and planning here.
of the National Jewish l The budget will finance JWB's
|Board will cost $2,344,100,! dual program to meet the relig-
to forecasts by the or-1 ious, morale and welfare needs of
l's volunteer and profes-, Jewish men in the U. S. Armed
dership. | Forces and veterans hospitals, and
pigure is the budget for
ar, adopted by the JWB
directors at a meeting
>ncluded a four-day ses-
to provide continued service to the
organization's 353 affiliated Jew-
ish Community Centers and YM-
YWHAs.
Jordan-Israel
Border Tense;
Shots Mar Talks
Continued from Page 1 A
"hostile act" and called for the i
prisoner's release, and for meas-
ures to prevent the recurrence of
such incidents.
The UN commission chairman
said later that while the investiga-
tion had not proven the man's pres-
ence on Israel territory, there was
no doubt the man had been on the
very borderline or its immediate
vicinity.
He called on both sides to set-
tle cc-ies such as this involving
encroachments on the demarca-
tion line by cultivators without
the use of police. Severe criticism
of the commission's rulings im-
mediately followed in an official
Israel statement which assailed
the UN chairman for disregard-
ing the investigation report to
vote for the Jordanian draft res-
olution.
The fact that Jordan had sub-
mitted the draft resolution, the
statement noted, "underlines the
ludicrous nature of the Jordanian
campaign of false allegations"
against Israel.
The Israel statement described
the resolution as "in open con-
tradiction to any objective examin-
ation of the facts established by
the Armistice investigation." It
denied the finding that an Israel
policeman had crossed the demar-
cation line to make the arrest. It
noted that the arrested man him-
self had located within Israel terri-
tory the site of his arrest.
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*Jewishfkrkttan
Take Them in Move Over/ Israelis
Cry as Jews Flock to New Home
patriatas from Ruiia. Next year's
figure might be the same, even
more. Miraculously, the Polish
govarnmant, with a reel under-
standing of tha problems, con-
tinues to grant tha nacasaary
exit permits for Israel, Dr. Good-
Although the tremendous immi-
gration of the past year is forcing
everyone to work harder, the spir-
it of all Israel is remarkable, at
this moment.
This was the general Impression
of Dr. Morris Goodman. 1958 cam-
paign chairman of the Combined man learned.
Jewish Appeal who has recently ; intCrnational conference
returned from Israe as a member j ,.,,., ,,,
01 theWA Mudy mission. 'yje-io Paris., the UJA minion
Addressing members of the hl.ar(, grave accunts 0f the North
board of governors of the Greater Afrjca prob]cm jeWs wish to leave
Miami Jewish Federation Tues- MortHTO Tht.v are no |ongar ar,|c
day. Dr. Godman pointed out that l0 K,ave jn ,arge masses> but thou-
more refugees mean more taxa- sands are appiying for Individual
tion, straining of the already limit otuOOttl
id facilities and sharing of crowd
ed schools.
However, Dr. Po tha philosophy of the Israeli ap-
pears to be: "Take them in,
move over and make room. Re-
member, when we came some-
body made room for us."
The 120 mission members, rep-
In Algeria the Jewish commu-
i nity is subjected to acts of terror,
and families wait in suspense as
the war continues to rage on all
sides The Jews' economic situa-
tion is deteriorating rapidly, and
violence and terrorism are increas-
i ing daily in intensity. JDC offi-
cials revealed.
resenting a cross-section of Amer- In Vienna, Dr. Goodman and a
ican Jewish leadership, came to sub-comniittee of the study mis-
grips with many problems facing sion iiched ^emigrants arriv-
Israel today, Dr. Goodman said. ...
They asked questions of everyone. in from *arsaw train
including Prime Minister David
Ben-Gurion. and they came away \
with a factual, down-to-earth pic-
ture.
The number of Jewish migrants
who may be on the move in 1958
is not yet known, but the general
picture is clear. All indications,
point to a very heavy load. Dr.
Goodman said, running perhaps |
as high as 70.000 persons to Israel
'The ride taJtts hours. Late
one rainy afternoon we stood in
the East Station and watched
the train pull in. There were
107 on board, with many chil-
dren. They leaned out of the
carriage windows, and wo spoke
with them while waiting for the
baggage to bo unloaded.
"We saw people dressed modest-
and 10.000 to ther countries. I '>' and people in tatterswe spoke
Probably the largest single wrth ,,he hihl> elated < *
group in next year's emigration ""l** sunP,e ~ we te
program will be Polish Jews. Dr. I wlth a foup which contained doe-
Goodman was informed bv reliable lr* nd welders and cobblers and
sources. During the year just end- ^ab,ies The> wer* a,n handled ***'
ed 35,000 Polish Jews came to Is- derly and beautifully by the Jew-
rael i ish Agency officials responsible
I for their welfare," Dr. Goodman
This figure included 4,500 re- said.
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-DEDICATED TO THRIFT?
Direct from King Solomon's Mines in Israel is this huge copper
nugget held by Dr. Morris Goodman (center), who visited Is-
rael recently as a member of United Jewish Appeal overseas
study mission. Souvenir copper fragments were given to
guests and members of Greater Miami Jewish Federation
board of governors at reception here honoring; Dr. Goodman's
return. Looking on are Shepard Broad (left) and Carl Weinkle
(right), who were among local community leaders attending
function. Dr. Goodman is 1958 campaign r-hryrrrinn of Com-
bined Jewish Appeal.
Gov. Freeman to Address ADL
National Commission Dinner
Gov. Orville L. Freeman, of Min-
nesota, will address the 44th annu-
al National Commission dinner of
the Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith when it convenes at
the Americana hotel Dec. 14.
Leonard L. Abess. honorary
chairman of the Florida League
and national chairman of the ar-
rangements committee, said Wed-
nesday that Gov. Freeman win
speak on "The Future of Human
Relations in America."
Other nationally known figures
will attend the League's four-day
meetings Dec. 12 to 16, and discuss
problems affecting civil liberties,
human relations and the promotion
of intergroup understanding.
The League's sessions will be
devoted to a discussion and re-
view of many items of concern
to the agency, including religious
discrimination in education, and
national security; religion and
the public schools; civil liber-
ties; the Arab boycott against
Jews; education in human rela-
tions; race relations; and the
need for further legislation in
areas of discrimination.
Following the four-day exam-
ination of these problems, the
League's civ-1 rights and program
committees will draft resolutions
and recommendations for action
tW the National Commission. Flor-
ida member of the National Com-
mission is George J. Talianoff, of
Miami Beach.
The 44 year-old Anti-Defamation
Leaue of B'nai B'rith is a human
relations, educational organization
devoted to the elimination of preju-
dice and discrimination against
minorities, and to the promotion of
intorcultural education and cooper-
ation among all relig'ous faiths.
The League is the educational
arm of B'nai B'rith which, found-
ad in 1843, is the oldest Jewish
service organization in America.
The League's National Commis-
sion meeting is a yearly event
which has gained national notice
for its contribution in focusing at-
tention on crucial problems beset-
ting the growth of American de-
mocracy, particularly in the field
of civil liberties and human rela-
tions.
In l53. when the League mark-
ed itsi 40th anniversary, President
Dwight D. Eisenhower was guest
speaker at its National Commis-
sion meeting in Washington, D C
and made his famous Wild Bili
Hickok speech to a nationwide tel-
evision audience.
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ttHANItl iOKOff
of i Jo.ns
Staff
lie! Soroff has joined
anal staff of the Bu-
ish Education as con-
khe Jewish schools of
fii, Sol Goldman, pres-
Bureau, announced
h tasks will be to help
[ a better job in evalu-
irork, aim* and objec-
jequacy of their skill
rer-all effectiveness.
ff will vitit cl***-
d*vcl*p workshop*
th curricular and
I problem*. U9-
te.ch.rs, principal*
tional directors. This
conducted through-
r on a continuing
is a graduate of Gym-
shinev, the University
nania. and received his
lflflS from Dropsie
Philadelphia.
een a principal of Tal-
in Ctmden, N. J.j for
and-* principal in the
evr School of PhUadel-
-years.
is recognized as an
oducatpr with par-
rengths in school ad-
n and supervision.
, a teachers license from
plphia board of license
corked with such out-
lucators as the late Dr.
Dr. Soroff is married
son who is now a prac-
Bician.
| Temple Israel
Adds to Name
. For Accuracy
M-re than 300 members of the
congregation last week voted un-
nimoualy to change the designa-
tion of Temple Israel of Miami to
lemple Israel of Greater Miami to
>:ovide a more accurate geograph-
C delineation of South Florida's
r gogue.
The action tojjk.jrfaee at a semi-
annual congregational dinner meet-
ing held in Wolfson auditorium
md was proposed by Morris Klass,
chairman of the charter aTTrJ by-
'aws committee.
In his explanation to th* con-
gregaiion, Klass pointed out that
mora than half of Temple Is-
rael's membership comas from
Miami Beach, Coral Gables,
North Miami and "in fact, every
community in Dad* county." Tha
36-year-old titlo, ho said, wa* no
longer accurate in view of both
th* Temple's and th* area's
growth.
The congregation also paid hom-
age to Henry E. Wolff, immediate
past president, who was presented
with an embossed resolution by
president Sam C. Levenson, setting
forth Wolff's accomplishments as
Temple Israel chief executive.
Wolff currently heads the South
Florida Council of the.Union of
American Hebrew Congregations
and is a member- of its national
executive board.
A full report on the financial sta-
tus of the ^Temple was made by
treasurer Max Holtsberg and a gen-
eral report by Levenson. Dr. Jos-
eph R. Narot spoke on the ."Mean-
ing of a Congregation."
*"Jewtshrhr*tian
srt Reserve
rift Needs
jift-giving time comes
lay of us find ourselves
ma. We must weigh and
Bong dozens of possible
(determine which is the
nost appropriate for the
ur troubles are over,
unas are no more. Just
nearest liquor store and
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taste agree/that Calvert
appropriate gift for the
id will bestow as much
[the donor as it will give
the receiver.
tlear head* will always
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Inest blends of whiskeys
ttuntry and makes a most
te gift for any occasion,
flavor and clear gold-
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th-
ere's good news for every-
fspe< ia!ly for the holiday
revert Reserve comes in a
lustre-wrap gift package,
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Jgest you don't delay and
Calvert gifts as soon as
Make sure you have
Calvert Reserve at home,
lng Chanuka. friends and
will be calling upon you.
'ng makes a.better treat
Jtter L'Chayim in honor of
jay than Calvert Reserve.
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"King of Hearts' Due at Flagler
The "King of Hearts," a sophis-
ticated comedy about a romantic
triangle in a nationally famous
comic strip artist's studio, will be
presented by the Flagler-Granada
Jewish Community Center Satur-
day night, Dec. 7, and Sunday
night, Dec. 8, with curtain time at
8:30 p.m.
This satiric comedy, which
ran eight months on Broadway,
about a fabulously successful
author of a famed comic strip
is directed by Barbara Binns.
KABBI HENffv WEffNKK
Academy Launches
Membership Month
B. I. Binder, president of the He-
brew Academy, and Mrs. Benjamin
Appel. president-of Hebrew Acad-
emy Women, Wednesday expressed
optimism in the area's response
to the month of November as
"Academy Membership Month."
Rabbi Henry B. Wernick, is
membership chairman for men.
Serving on the committee with
him are Benjamin Appel, Oscar
Mamber, Louis Merwhxer, Hy-
man Galbut, Irving Firtel, Mau-
rice Grossman and Louis Dublin.
Women's membership committee
is headed by Mrs. M. H. Rosen-
house assisted by co-chairmen Mrs.
Isidore Dickman, Mrs. Gilbert
Gross and Mrs. Hyman Sandier.
Maxwell House
Coffee at Chanuka
The play's title is the author's
ironic comment on their leading
charactera prize heel.
This will be the first Flagler-
Granada Jewish Community Cen-
ter presentation of the season.
Morton Lebar, chairman, said that
"this light-hearted improvisation
with a deck-full of high spirits and
gaiety, with every trick going to
fir* rh. I-"6 aT t0 hghV ,he *** 0{ "***" P^ove
first Chanuka candle you will be most enjoyable.
ushering in ah eight day period of
festivity which commemorates a
great event in Jewish history. It is
therefore only right and proper
that you should indulge yourself
and your family a little by prepar-
ing more festive and interesting
meals. .
And to some people, the most
important part of the meal is the
cup of coffee that comes at its
conclusion. It is therefore only
natural that you should serve Max-
well House Coffee. Not that Max-
well House Coffee is any more ex-
pensive than other prepared cof-
fees, but Maxwell House will give
the best cup of coffee in the world.
Th* most fastidious coffee lov-
er will sing your coffee-making
ability to the skies when you
will serve him a cup of Maxwell
House on Chanuka, or any other
day for that matter. Throughout
the years it has gained an envi-
able reputation for itself as the
coffee that it good to the last
drop, th* coffee with the test*
that is out of this world.
No wonder it is sold more in
Jewish homes than any other cof-
fee. It is Kosher and parve, too,
Air History of Mvsic
The history of music, from its
assumed beginnings to the sixth
century with Gregory the Great,
who became famous for his collec-
tion of all the melodies used in
the church since the time of the
apostles, will be discussed by Mme.
Hilda Steuerman, Viennese concert
pianist, at the Dec. 4 music work-
shop class scheduled to meet 7:30
p.m. in the Miami Public Library
auditorium.
produced under strict rabbinical
supervision. And so is Instant Max-
well House, the original Sabbath
coffee which has become a best
seller in Jewish homes in a rela-
tively short time. Instant Maxwell
House is not a substitute for cof-
fee. It is real coffee, with that
characteristic Maxwell House fla-
vor.
So for Chanuka, and throughout
the year, have plenty of Maxwell
House and Instant Maxwell House
on hand. They are most vital sta-
ples in your pantry, and will make
your meals ever more enjoyable.
ST.
to great events in Jewish history
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Joshua Stops the Sun:
and It Stood Still and so did the Moon,
until the Israelites were Victorious at Gibeon
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Hussein Stakes Prestige on Row
Continued from Pag* 1 A
recalled, the UN itself it a party to this disagree-
ment, transforming it into a three-ply crisis in-
volving Jordan, Israel and the United Nation*.
Thu far, none of tha thro* it retreating from it
position, and tha deadlock it intensified.
The situation has been aggravated still further
by information reaching Israel from absolutely re
liable sources to the effect that Jordan has announ
ced it would pay premiums to Jordanians who bring
in Israelis kidnapped across the border. This "prize
policy explains the increase of acts of kidnapping
in recent days. The latest Israeli missing is a young
man who, it was thought at first, may have crossed
the Jordanian border inadvertently; now it is fear-
ed he may have been deliberately kidnapped.
Israel is making no secret of the seriousness
with which it views the present situation. At first,
it was thought that Israel only had to negotiate with
Jordan about the nine barrels of gasoline barred
from the latest convoy. Israel was willing to dis-
cus the Mt. Scopus arrangements afresh with Jor-
dan in an effort to solve the problem of the gaso-
THE BACKGROUND FILLED IN
line However, it is felt that Israel should discuss
Mt Scopus only in the context of the general situa-
tion, which involves Jordan's continued refusal since
1949 to implement the Jordan-Israel Armistice Agree-
ment.
Israel now feels that the latest series of Jor-
danian incidents represents a deliberate pattern ef
provocation, planned primarily to show Egypt and
Syria that Jordan is still anti-lsreel. Israelis fee"
that if the latest Jordanian moves are part of a
planned process, it would be highly inadvisable
to give in to any of the Jordanian demands.
Despite grave doubts, Israel had tried to move
in a consiliatory direction, for instance, suspending
its afforestation work in the area between the de-
marcation lines south of Jerusalem. Now. however,
such mild conciliations will not satisfy King Hus-
sein's desire to show "toughness" toward Israel.
In the presence of United Nations observers,
Jordan turned over to Israel the bodies of two
Israelis killed recently by Jordanians. The trans-
fer of the coffins took place near Elath. whence they
were flown to this city for identification.
Scopus is Battlement, Jordan Tells MAC
JERUSALEM (JTAJ The em-
battled kingdom of Jordan opened
a new campaign of harrassment of
Israel, which extended from the
United Nations in New York to the
I -ivl i -Jordan border where the
relative quiet of recent months
was shattered by a two-hour ex-
change of gunfire
The new campaign, sparked
largely by young King Hussein's
need to demonstrate he was not
lagging in the Arab world's hostil-
ity toward Israel, opened with a
Jordanian refusal to allow passage
of the fortnightly United Nations-
guarded supply convoy to Mount
Scopus.
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At issue wet a Jordanian com-
plaint that the- convey carried a
load of gasoline destined for use
in generators in the abandoned
Hebrew University n*i Hadessah
hospital buildings where Israel
guards have been on duty since
the Israel War of Independence
ended with Mount Scopus in Jor-
danian possession. Jordan au-
thorities insisted, despite UN ap-
proval of the convoy, that the
fuel was intended for compres-
sors used in alleged fortification
work on Mount Scopus. Israel
officials said the generators were
used to bake bread and declined
to remove the gasoline from the
convoy.
The gunfire broke out alter Is-
rael troops seized an infiltrator on
the Israel side of the border. While
a joint Israel-Jordan team inves-
tigated the area, the Jordanian
press uncorked a violent propagan-
da campaign. The Jordan radio re-
ported an "ultimatum" to Israel to
return the infiltrator and King
Hussein announced he was order-
ing a general alert of all Arab
Legion units on the Israel border.
Col. Byron Leary. acting chief of
staff of the UN Truce Supervisory
Organization, made a quick visit to
Amman, the Jordan capital, in a
bid to end the deadlock over the
stalled Israel convoy. He failed.
The Jordan press reported
that Col. Leary had been given a
protest against "Israel acts of
aggression" and that copy of
the complaint had been sent to
Dag Hammarksjold, UN Secre-
tary General, for circulation
among UN member nations.
Israel officials, reacting calmly
to what appeared to be a largely
synthetic crisis said they had re-
ceived no ultimatim, that infiltra-
tors were intercepted frequently
and handed back to Jordan after a
routine investigation and that the
same procedure would be followed
in the latest such case.
Earlier in the week. Col. Leary
"formed the UN Security Council
that Israel had stopped work on its
afforestation project near Jeru-
salem on Nov. 8. Jordan had com-
plained that the tree-planting in
the no-mans land south of Jeru-
salem constituted an aggressive
Ntw film Mm Will
e Launched at Library
A new series of films will be
shown in the auditorium of the
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foreign correspon-
author William L.
ill speak at a meet-
femple. Israel Men's
sday evening.
me 90 families
lelite Center will wel-
tw families into member-
meeting Tuesday even-
ram chairman Irving
kaid entertainment will
sin-itng presentation by
in Zahn.
Science to the Fore as Center Youth
Map Workshops at Annual Conclave
tifie professions as the
for young people today.
"Youth Faces the World of To-
morrow" is the theme selected
by representatives of over 30
clubs of senior high school age w a workshop on "Club Mem-
sponsored by the Greater Miami hership Problems" the latest
Jewish Community Center, for trends in experience on a collegi-
their fourth annual teen-age con-!ale lev*l wilt be related to the del-
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Beth David Names
New Exec. Director
(leorge Gershman. of Winnipeg,
i ..da. has been appointed execu-
tive director of Beth David Con-
gr< nation. Herbert E. Scher. pres-
idi: t. announced Wednesday.
A native of Winnipeg, Gershman
served in the RCAF and obtained a
Bachelor's degree from the Uni-
versity of Manitoba. He has been
executive secretary of Shaarey Ze-
dtk of Winnipeg since 1948 and
v.- instrumental in the expansion
of membership and buildings of
the synagogue.
Gershman wm also involved in
the construction and establish-
ment of the Shaarey Zedek re-
ligious school, th administration
of on* of tha largest cemeteries
in Canada, as wall as serving as
youth director of tha synagogue.
Vpon graduation from Manitoba,
he was presented with three major
extra-curricu'ar awards.
At a recent convention of the
National Assn. of Synagogue Ad-
ministrators, he was elected a
member of the board of governors.
Gershman. along with his wife,
Gloria, and their two small chil-
dren, was to arrive in Miami Thurs-
day to take up his new duties. The
Ger-hman were to be greeted by
Rabni Yaakov Rosenberg, spiritual
leader of the congregation.
GfOHGf GttSMMAN
Religious Directory
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7001 Carlyle
... Orthodox. Rabbi ** Ever.
hXrtni S:U P.m. Saturday '"
Sermon: "Cap Reliaion *Want flood
in the Heart?" KlJduaB hoota Mi ana
M,. sanu.-i hvt.iM.nn Bhaloa Kendo*
i,.l mi 4:31' l> m.: Harry ('Minwr.

ANSHE EMBS. 253S SW 19th
avo. Cantor Morris Zimmorman.
a a
BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd avo.
Conservative. Rabbi Yaakov Rosen-
'^flitff l" p in ^Wfffln>' "Tl
Klvlns Means Thnnks l.ivln." Kat-
m.l.n a.m. liar Mllzvah: Robert. *..n
f Mr suet Mrs Herald WoIIm.ii.
m *
BETH EL. SW $W 17th ave. Or-
rhodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu ** Swir-
sky.
Friday SMS pjn. Saturday S:S0 a.m.
Sermon: ">n rinntln* Heaven and
Ci.ovln* Anuels."
BETH EMETH. 122S0 M.W. 2nd
avo. Conservative. Rabbi David W.
Herson. Canter Hymen Fein.
Friday 8 p.m. Sermon: "The Con-
flict Within Review by Marian Ep-
stein, of Vayetae. Saturday S a.m. >er-
mon: "The Uaslc Doctrine of Good
and Kvll."
m 9 '
BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prelrle eve.
Orthodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rott
sun.
Fildav 5:1% p.m. Saturday S:4", a.m.
S.-niu.M 'Have We Fornollen.--
a a a
BETH JACOB. 301411 Washing-
ton eve. Orthodox. Rabbi Tiber
Item. Canter Maurice Mamches.
o o o
BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd
.... Orthodox. Rabbi Aria Becker.
Friday S \>.m. Saturdax S SO a.m.
Sermon: "Tli. Eaaeece of f5r;ulne-.j> "
e a e
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid eve.
Orthodox. Rabbi Jotee* S. Rackev-
sky.
a
CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
Conservative.
a a a
DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CEN-
TER. 18160 NW 2nd eve. Con-
servative.
Friday T:J0 p.m.
a
FLAGLER GRANADA. SO NW
51st pi. Conservative. Rabbi Mur
ray A. Alstet.
Fridav I II P rn Communit-
liath-ThanksKiilux aarvlce In hi.n
mlntnters of nelnhl>irh'Ml rhurrhes
will |>arilcliiate. Oueat siienkei K-\
i Wayne Pultod, presidenl <<
ei ial Assn. Sniurday s M m
Mlncha i i> in liar Mltiv.ih: St. I'lien.
son of Mrs. Celia Jacobeon.
e a
FT. LAUDERDALE EMANUEL.
1801 S. Andrews ivt., Ft. Louder-
iale. Reform. Rabbi Maries Ren-
son.
a a a
HEBREW ACADEMY. 911 6th
St. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander
Bn
NORTH DADE CENTER. 13030
W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi
Henry Okellce. Center Maurice
family Dinner Sunday
Beth Israel family dinner will be
held Sunday, 6 p.m., at the Ster-
ling hotel.
Harry Genet, chairman, and Sam
Reinhard. co-chairman, are in
charge of the affair.
Slur to Head Contract
Bridge League in Miami
Jacob Sher has been elected
president of the Greater Miami
Contract Br:dcg League.
Election was at a meeting Nov.
18 at the Koyalton hotel. Others
named to office at the League's
125th annual gathering were Mid-
dleton McDonald, vice president,
and Paul J. Weiss, secretary-
treasurer.
Board of directors are Mrs. L.
C. Childress. Abe Frankel. Henry
S. Keel and Tom W. Ventulett.
; Mrs. Dulcie Machamer is the Lea-
ses manager and hostess.
AMIKKAN ISKAW
RELIGIOUS STORE
1S57 WASHINGTON AVE.
MIAMI BEACH JE 1-7722
A BIO SELECTION OP
CHANUKAH MEMOHAMS
made in Israel and in the States
Contract Bridge for Adults
An eight-week series on Contract
Bridge for adults will begin Thurs-
day evening. Dec. 5. at the Miami
YM & YWHA of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Commutiity Center
450 SW 16th ave.. under the direc-
tion of Mrs. Jasper Cromer. Fol-
lowing each lesson, members of
the class will be allowed to stay for
further practice games.
HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS. 951
Flamingo way. Conservative. Rab-
bi Loo Helm.
Prida* ; p.m Bermon "lows of
row I'limlilnr the Spiritual Btep-
Oonaevi ation "f beglnw
rellflous arhool Saturday !> a.m.
a o o
HOMESTEAD CENTER. 183 NE
Ith st., Hawtaaread. Censervetive.
M-^ Gertz officsetea,
e a e
HOLLYWOOD T EM OLE BETH
EL. IMS Polk St., Hollywood. Re-
form. Rabbi Minard Klein.
a a o
HOLLYWOOO BETH SHOLEM
1725 Monroe t., Hollywood. Con
servative. Rabbi Samuel Lerar.
e a
HOLLYWOOO TEMPLE SINAI.
2030 Polk Hollywood. Conserv
ative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor
Yehudah Hoilbrawn.
e e
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3190 SW
24th tor. Conservative. Rabbi Mor-
ten Malevsky.
Israsoet
In IJfe." Saturdnv !. n
Mrs tit-man Klrshixn-
Fiiday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "divine
Thanks" Saturday 9 a.m. Bar Mlta-
v.ih nenald; son of Mr. and Mrs.
.-.murl Itloom.
NORTH SHORE CENTER. 020
75th st. Coesaorvwtivo. Rabbi Mayer
Abramewita. Center Edward Klein.
Frl'lav S 1J p.n*. Sermon: "Thv
Nelahlior'n House." Kntnrday 8:45 am
Sermon: "Weeklv Portion Bar Mit-
\ \h. llirv.v. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sol Mailer.
a o o
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER.
715 Washington ave.
a e
SOUTH DADE JEWISH CBN
TER. Reform. Rabbi Herbert M.
Baumoard.
Friday *:13 p.m. at 31* Merrlck
bide.. I'nlveralty of Miami. Sermon:
"The Moral Cnsllerures Inaplred by
Sputnik."
e a
SOUTHWEST JEWISH C3NTBR.
04M SW 0th st. Conaervetivo. Rab-
bi Abraham Lavitan.
Friday 8:J0 p.m. Confirmation class
to lake part in symposium on: "The
Illlilc Ixmks at Juvenile TVeTrmiuency."
Tnkin*- part: Kert Herman. Martin
Coldner. David Harris. Idelle Bli-n,
Roberta Blen and Rearlna Avlrom. One*
msabent hoeta: Mr. and Mra. David
Harris.
m
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144
Chase eve. Liberal. Rabbi Leest
Kronish. Canter David Cenviser.
Friday s ii p m. Service of Hediea-
i i<>n of lu-w aanetuikr) ajid auditorium
and Thanksarivinc. Ourst speaker: I Maurb-e N Klsendrath. prenldent.
I'nlon of Am^' in H. brew Cunarr|a-
tlona. I'aceant of presentation of the
srli and sacred obledta Satnrday ie:lS
a.m. Junior Hlvh rellaloua arhool del-
icatlon sen Ice ltr Mlttvsh: Andrew,
of Mr. and Mra. t^ljnuud IU1.
Teddjr, ana of Mi. ..nd Mrs. David
' li ov^bern
TEMPLE EHANU-EL. 1701
Washington eve. Censervetive.
Rabbi Irving Lehrnsen. Center Is-
rael Reich.
Friday aed v:3u p.m. Sermon.
"Kama Thanksaivlnn Reflntlons."
.ida\ !< a in Sermon: "Wookl)
Portion/' liar Mitsvah: l-eo, son of
Mr. and lira, Irving Flrtel.
o a e
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th
st. Reform. Rebbi Joseph Neret.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
t->ldav 8:1S l m Boranon; "How
I.*a Russia Aehlevr So Much With-
out GoU7"
a a a
TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo
eve. Liberal. Rebbi Morris Shop.
Cantor Hersnen Gottlieb.
Fi i.in. I nlveratty of Miami
Hillfl Sabbath, dues!- Dr. Donald l>
'..-I-..n and HUel student.- Sym-
iii. oi Itillel's life and the work of
the HUM Foun futtow thr
servtci Saiurda> ;< r, a.m.
KNESBTH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid
eve. Orthodox. Rebbi David Lehr-
field. Center Abraham Beif.
Friday i p.m. Saturday &.10 a.m.
S.iniiiii. "What Are You ItrraiiiliiK
1..il.lv
a a a
MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGA-
TION. 1101 SW 12th eve. Orthodox.
Rabbi Simon April. Canter Berate
Kelemer.
Friday :|Q p.m. Saturday 8:JO a.m.
8e/mofi: "Ar* We Truly Thankful?"
MONTICELLO PARK. 144th at.
and NE 11th ave. Conservative.
Rabbi Isaac Lerer. Canter Jacob
Gol-fertK
Friday 8 p.m. Sermon: "Build We
Must." Conaevratton of new membera.
Sen. EsteaKefaure,*,.
nesseea recipient^
yniversity'a Chart,!
Award. PressnttiajJ
made last week in Ntw^
where institution nakM
anniversary as A^J
nrtt university uudaT^1
auspices. Sen. Kefe,
turned Sunday km t
where he served aj,
delegate to NATO n
mentary conlerenci
Eighth Talk in Serin
On The Art of brer
Eighth lecture in i mt*
"The Art of Living" tiikatl
by Dr. Abraham Woiluotel
8 p.m., at the Sp'oou (aal
Forum. 11th st. and OtnJ
Topic is "Capitalize ss 1aa|
fortunes and Denve Cod.|
Your Sorrows."
cANDiiummm
6 Klalev 5:131
Hall. Cantor Louii Harm1: M
elate. Ic: "Our Jemlnh Hfrllap"
. K -
TEMPLE SINAI of **
131st st. and NE. art.
form. Rabbi Banna M. Wdafl
. .
TEMPLE ZION. 57MWEJ
st. Consarvstiva. Fjni
Waxmin.
Frlilai l:|S B St
VjIoi ''
,,.i vtea's CaM
a.m.
e
TIFERETH ISSAR. jj
Miami ave. Comervitiw. U
Abraham Harion. Cartful
Glanti.
M- I
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TEMPLE NER TAMID. To be
erected at 80th st. and Tetum water)
way.
I" li m. at Surfelde Town
Ytda)
drr Thai i
ajkaobal hoeti i" nl
Ml Mr- V .
of thr:
Sermon: VVh.il lUkal
5adr ,
TORAH TEMPLE iWjJ
ave. American Ji^** "
Abraham Casssl.
t
ZAMORA jBWISHCfKTttl
Zamor. C^^J
B. Leon Horwits. Casbtn-j
Brill.
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Miami B.ach [
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,SRAEL. DOMESTK^
Rabbi Dr. Tiber H, Stern
311 Washington Ave M. B.
Phones: JE B.22BS JE 1-194*


'29. 1957
Lauds BB Program;
Stand Draws Praise
JGTON(JTA)The activities of the B'nai B'rith were
Sday by Vice President Richard Nixon in an address delivered
bies marking the dedication of the organization's new $1,-
ftjonal headquarters building here. President Eisenhower, in
['addressed to B'nai B'rith president Philip M. Klutznick, said
few structure "is a welcome addition to the nation's capital
- said B'nai B'rith dem-
*Jcwist) fhrHSon
Page HA
^through its goal those
Be naTTons "cafP oflcT
He stressed that a be-
was the/basis of Amer-
th. He emphasized that
Sster Judaism they serve
In the educational ob-
|bf B'nai B'rith to
religious liberty and
ejudice he said there
eater service to the cause
Action against discrim-
bs important to all Amer-
inlless of faith, he point-
llxon drew attention to
that B'nai B'rith char-
tivities war* not limited
ewish area. Such char-
tance is extended Jo
id it Ur, ht said. This,
d, supported America's
larian approach in its in-
tl relationships. Mrs.
Roosevelt spoke latar at
Btion luncheon. A num-
dionitarjes, manors of
and other notables,
tad in the ceremony.
[B'rith adopted a resolution
|14th annual meeting here
bat President Eisenhower's
Rights Commission can
owerful support" to "law-
jmillions in the South who,
ss of their feelings about
Ion, have displayed a fun-
1 respect for constitutional
and the decencies of
life." The resolution
lie new commission to "vig-
expose those irrespons-
nall in number, who have
|couraging violence and dis-
r the purpose of prevent-
oyment by Negroes of their
Istitutional rights."
Pother resolutions, B'nai
condemned "the growing
cy" toward sectarian re-
instruction in the public
Is. A resolution said this
[results "both in a we a ken-
the public school and a
own of religion" and call-
stead for graater emphasis
rship in tha horn* and in
bet and synagogues.
Iher resolution criticized
Iss for failing to deal with
Imental inequities" in the
fan-Walter Immigration Act.
pointed out that "immigra-
ted not be a burden but can
be a source of efo.nqrn.ic and scien-
tific strength for our nation."
Mr. Klutznick, B'nai B'rith pres-
ident who is also a U.S. delegate
to the United Nations, told the an-
nual meeting that "the Bill of
Rights, as the core of American
policy, can travel faster than Sput-
niks" in winning adherents among
the neutral nations of Asia and
Africa. Maurice Bisgyer, executive
vice president of the organization,
reported trjat there was a renas-
cence of Judaism in Western Eur-
ope and an "increasing status" for
Jewish communities throughout
Latin America. He attributed this
growth to "the capacity of Jewish
life to renew itself in lands where
the democratic spirit is present."
Meanwhile, a record budget of
$5,290,000 was adopted at tha
B'nai B'rith 114th annual meet-
ing here for activities in 1958.
Among other protects, it was an-
nounced that B'nai B'rith will
start publication of a "great
books" series and of a quarterly
entitled "Jewish Heritage."
Advances in the B'nai B'rith
adult Jewish education program
were reported to the convention.
The program, the report said, has
reached many adults. President
Klutznick told of efforts "to
promote the concept that education
is not a vicarious business for
adults but a continuing process
which has a place in every man's
life."
The B'nai B'rith may, hold its
next triennial convention in Israel
in the spring of 1959 as a result of
a decision taken at the annual
meeting. An invitation to meet in
Israel was issued by President Ben
Zvi, and presented to the B'nai
B'rith board by Prof. Joseph Riv-
lin, president of B'nai B'rith in Is-
rael. The matter was referred to a
subcommittee. A report by the
subcommittee was favorab'e con-
tingent upon a determination of
the cost of chartering planes and
other expenses.
The idea of meeting in Israel
was approved by voice vote in prin-
ciple by the board. If further de-
termination shows that transporta-
tion and housing are satisfactory,
the B'nai B'rith administration is
under instruction and authorized
to act to accept the Israeli invita-
tion.
Sinsheimer's cafe on New
York's East Side (above) wa3
founding place of B'nai B'rita
114 years ago. B'nai B'rith
bldg. contains library and re-
search center on human
rights and exhibition hall de-
voted to historic role of Jewry
in development of American
democracy.
New Building Dedicated in Capital
WASHINGTON From a pre-
Civil War cafe on New York's Es-
sex st., long since vanished to make
room for a parking lot, tp one of
the most impressive organizational
headquarters in the nation's cap-
ital.
B'nai B'rith has come a long way
since 1843.
More than 1,000 persons from al-
most every state and representa-
tives from Canada, Great Britain,
continental Europe and Israel
assembled here Sunday to join in
the dedication ceremonies of the
$1.6 million B'nai B'rith bldg., new
headquarters of the pioneer ser-
vice organization in the United
States.
First meeting place of B'nai
B'rith was Sinsheimer's Cafe on
Manhattan's East Side where 12
German immigrants founded the
organization on Oct. 13, 1443. It
now has more than 400,000 mem-
bers.
Secretary of Labor James P. Mit-
chell headed a list of prominent
speakers who participated in a
national conference on youth. The
conference which explored the
problems and potentials of Amer-
ica's'burgeoning youth population,
was a feature of the week-long pro-
gram, emphasizing the dedication
theme of the new building. The
eight-story structure of glass and
white brick, situated at 17th st.
and Rhode Island ave., was for-
mally opened Sunday, climaxing
B'nai B'rith's 114th annual meet-
ing.
Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, accom-
panied by members of the late
President's family, addressed a
luncheon dedicating the B'nai
B'rith Women's Franklin D. Roose-
velt Four Freedoms Library, a
specialized research center on hu-
man rights that occupies a part of
the building's main floor.
The library adjoins a combin-
ed art gallery and exhibit hall
which will house paintings,
sculpture and historical docu-
ments depicting Jewish contribu-
tions to American civilization.
The B'nai B'rith administrative
committee last month voted to
name it the Philip M. and Ethel
Klutznick Exhibit Hall, honoring
the incumbent president of the
organization and his wife.
Prominent guests who attended
the dedication ceremonies in-
cluded Supreme Court Justice Tom
Clark, Atty. Gen. William P. Rog-
ers and Sen. John Sherman Cooper,
of Kentucky.
Participating with Secretary Mit-
chell in the three-session youth
conference were governmental,
civic and educational leaders, in-
cluding Dr. Abram L. Sachar, pres-
ident of Brandeis University; Dr.
Mark McClosky, director of New
York State Youth Commission; Dr.
William Haber, of the University
of Michigan, chairman of B'nai
B'rith's Hillel Foundations; Label
A. Katz, of New Orleans, chairman
of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organiza-
tion; and Dr. Maurice Jacobs of
Philadelphia, chairman of B'nai
B'rith's Vocational Service.
The B'nai B'rith bldg. was con-
structed with funds raised by the
B'nai B'rith Henry Monsky Founda-
tion, formed in 1947 in memory of
the organization's late president.
The foundation's board of trustees
was headed by the late Frank R. S.
Kaplan, Pittsburgh industrialist,
who died last month.
PTA Chanuka
Workshop Slated
Parent-Teacher Assn. of Temple
Emanu-El's religious school will
hold a luncheon and Chanuka game
party Dec. 11, according to Mrs.
Norman Giller, PTA president.
Arrangements for the affair
are being made by Mrs. Herbert
Beilinson and Mrs. Harry Lecht-
ner, co-chairmen.
The event will feature a game
session, a Chanuka workshop, at
which those attending will be
shown how to prepare special holi-
day foods and decorations, and a
gift shop display to be presented
by Mrs. Jerry Resnick, gift shop
chairman.
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of Jewish faith
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Page 12 A
-Je*lstrk>ri Friday,
Mt. Sinai Hospital Founders receive ground- Mason. Founders chairman Jacob Sher (cen-
breaking shovels for new Mt. Sinai going up ter) looks on at presentation ceremonies Sun-
on Collins Island. Left to right ere Abe Wax- cay at Fontainebleau hotel,
enberg. Jack Corner, A. C. Fine, and M. M.
You're not seeing double! That's Dan B. Ruskin (right), chair-
man of Mt. Sinai Hospital development fund, at side of his
bronze bust portrait, as Jacob Sher, chairman of Founders,
loks on. Heads of 16 Founders were unveiled at annual
Founders dinner Sunday at Fontainebleau hotel.
Dade's Top Leaders Due at Sinai Meet
A dinner on behalf of the new Completion of the new Mt. Sinai
$7,000,000 Mt Sinai Hospital will! Hospital is scheduled for Dec,
be held Wednesday night. Dec. 11,11958.
in the Alhambra room of the Se- j Pointing out that the new hos-
ville hotel. Dan B. Ruskin. chair-lpital was 'now emerging from a
man of the hospitals development period of dreams and planning into
'Breakfast Chats1
Slated for Youth
Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual
I leader of Temple Emanu El. will
launch a series of "breakfast
\ chats" Sunday morning at the
! Temple's youth breakfast service.
Dr. Lehrman will discuss topics
I of teen-age interest in informal s?s-
I sions with boys and girls w.io at-
[ tend the breakfasts.
Chats will be held on the First
. Sunday of each month, in con-
junction with the youth activities
I program under the direction of
.Irving Kaplan.
Also included on the Sunday
' morning agenda are song and
dance fests, bowling leagues, and
an after-breakfast program of arts
and crafts, club meetings and
special interest groups.
Lead All Domestic Airlines
Northeast Airlines led all domes-
tic airlines in percentage increase
of revenue passenger miles flown
for the first nine months of 1957,
ended Sept. 30, compared with the
same period one year ago, accord-
ing to latest official figures com-
piled by the Civil Aeronautics
Board.
16 Bronze Busts
Unveiled at Sinai
Founders' Dinner
- Climaxing festivities at the an-
nual dinner, of the Founders of Mt.
Sinai Hospital was the unveiling of
16 bronze busts of Founders, made
by sculptor David Newman.
Jacob Sher, chairman of the
Founders, revealed that the bronze
likenesses of the donors of SSO.ooo
or mwrt-to the new $7,000,000 Mt.
Sinai Hospital now under construe
tion on Collins Island will be
plaeed in .founders Hall of the
new hospital as a perms nent recog-
nition of their generosity.
Unveiled Sunday nioht at the
meeting in the Fontainebleau
hotel were the bronze busts of
Sam Blank, Jack Carner, Abe C.
Fine, Samuel N. Friedland, Ben-
jamin N. Kane, Samuel C. Leven
son, Marcie Liberman, Ben Mark
owiti, Max Orovitz, Lee Ratner,
Dan B. Ruskin, Sam Schwartz,
Harry Sirlcin, Abe* Waxenberg,
Carl Weinkle and Leonard A.
Wien.
Other Founders are Jack A. Can-
tor, Ben F. Danbaum, Moses Gins-
berg, Abraham Goodman. Dr. Mor-
ris Goodman. Isadore Hecht, How-
ard Kane, Walter Kirschner, J.
Gerald Lewis, M. M. Mason, Joseph
M. Lipton, Leon Lowenstein, Baron
dcHirsch Meyer. Allen E. Rosen.
Sam H. RoU. Jacob Sher. Wm. D.
Singer. Joseph R. Stein, Ben Tobin.
Arthur A. L'ngar, Louis E. Wolfson
and Mitchell Wolfaon.
Dan B. Ruskin. chairman of the
Mt. Sinai Hospital development
fund, announced that more than
S3.800.000 has already been con-
tributed for construction of the
new hospital.
Nc*^
Si!
Or.ButcWfTw
-^
8"n Presentedfty
of the V-.ri- ,""*'.
Bi-c-JneV? Sfi1
M Max Staid
PrpMdent of \S
*U Abzradu Woe"
m-tmg m the AfaJ
Regional d.rw,^
east region of j,^
Mrs. Emanuel Kan*
!"al!e.l the follow^1
Th.MeS0.me,,.,
Mermen and |
presidents.
The MesdamesJactt
recording secretary;:
gulies, financial secnw
Levy, treasurer; CharM
responding secreting
chot. social secretary
Miami Herald cole^I
MrDermolt was gjtstjj
the afternoon affair.
GOMINGT0B1
Rep. Orr Scheduled
Rep. John B. Orr was to be guest
speaker at Thanksgiving Day ser-
vices of Congregation Monticello
Park Thursday morning.
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roo#woy it 79a m
d.W>M.tanl
lund. revealed this week.
A gathering of Greater Miami's
most prominent business, civic and
social leaders is expected at the
dinner, which will be held under
the auspices of the development
fund's Initial Gifts Division.
Howard Kane and Leonard A.
Wien are co-chairmen of the Ini-
tial Gifts group. Serving on
their committee are the top lead-
er* of the development fund, in-
cluding members of the hospit-
al's board of trustees and the
Founders.
The dinner will climax an inten-
sive drive for funds for the new
300-bed hospital, which is now un-
der construction on Collins Island.
solid reality of concrete and steel.
Ruskin said that "the decision to
start building the new hospital
with only half of the funds avail-
able was made because of the ur-
gent need of the community for
better health facilities. The need
is so great that we dare not delav."
He pointed out that "in cost the
new hospital will represent the iar
K-t amount ever invested here in
a sinle community project. I be-
lieve I am safe in saying that the
new Mt. Sinai Hospital will become
the greatest philanthropic achieve-
ment in the history of the Jewish
community of Greater Miami."

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association of 643 Conservative
.Jewish congregations, throughout
j the United States and Canada.
The election took place on the
closing day of the United Syna-
gogue's biennial convention at the
Concord hotel here, which drew
1.000 delegates for its five-day
sessions.
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-Jewish ncrMlan
Page 13 A
are Rabbi Morris Skop and Cantor witz. treasurer; Jane Kopelman, president;
Gottlieb. They watch formulation of Gary Rovin. vice president; and Mary Ellen
fcpecial committee by Marsha Coren- Fisher, recording secretary,
"responding secretary; Marilyn Hur-
[Gottlieb, "Builder of Israel," is pinned by t6as'tmaster
[Jessel at recent "Tribute to Synagogues" in Fontaine-
, "Builders" are purchasers of $3,O09'"oc rnoi^ in
lousing Bonds. Others pinned at affair were Joseph
hum, 'Morris Bienenfeld, William Bbrhsfein, Morris
Mrs. Abram Fox, Louis I. Golden, Mrs. Elizabeth
in, Samuel Gross. Sam Herman, Morris Hirach, Max
Mrs. Dina Plotkin, David Platt, David Provus, Jacob
rving Rubin, Nat Waldman, Jacob Sklar and Arthur
Vice Pres. Addresses Club
J Beach Zionist Luncheon sion of the season Wednesday at
rfc>r its first luncheon ses- the Ritz Plaza hotel.R
Guest speaker was Milton Sirber-
man, vice president of the Zionist
Organization of America. Silber-
man spoke on "Recent Tensions in
the Near East."
Named Trustee
Gertner, executive direc-
Sinai Hospital, was elect-
ee of the Florida Hospital
a Ulree year term at its
|eeting held in Clearwater
The Florida Hospital
comprised of admin istra-
eseniatives of 160 accred-
Itals in the state, and the
[are its governing body.
previously served as pres-
1 the association.
Special Committee
To Aid Teen-Agers
Announcement has been made
this week by Rabbi Morris A. Skop,
spiritual leader of Temple Judea,
and Sol Rovin. president, that a
special committee will guide the
program of the Temple's post-con-
firmation youth for the coming
year.
Some 75 young people will be in-
volved in the program, which will
include, under adult guidance, a
complete religious, social and edu-
cational .program for teenagers.
"This is in addition to the pro-
gram now functioning of special
groups for boys and girls under
the direction of a sisterhood com-
mittee headed by Mrs. Sam
Block, together with the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Cen-
ter/' Rabbi Skop and Rovin ex-
plained.
Chairmen of the special commit-
tee includes the rabbi, Cantor Her-
man K. Gottlieb, and Hyman Kopel-
man, assisti'd by Mrs. Tilden Coren-
blum. Mrs. Herman Fisher, Mrs.
Charles Rosenberg and Mrs. Paul-
ine Levick.
"It is urgent." Rabbi Skop said,
"that our teen-agers be kept busy
in constructive and inspiring activ-
ities."
The group is affiliated with the
National Federation of lemple
Youth.
THE WEEK... US I SEE IT
Continued from Page 4 A
of Israel, we touch upon geographies centrally significant in the
East-West tug of war. Poland, until a few. weeks ago willing to let
Jews from the Soviet Union emigrate to Israel, has suddenly been
warned by Moscow to reverse this policy.
The Gomulka government acquiesced. The Soviet ruling was
not a whim. Neither, incidentally, were Gomulka's "surprising" sym-
pathies; he openly feared a rise in Polish anti-Semitism everywhere
observed in areas burgeoning with recently-arrived Russian Jews,
as well as the political unrest resulting from it. We have since de-
duced the inevitable: emerging Russo-Syrian and Russo-Egyptian
friendships militate against a continuing Jewish migration to Israel.
Moscow, to further its aims in the Middle East, acted in accordance
with the best interests of these Arab nations.
One can go on and on. This is. Brother Bill, a democracy, and
yowr-fre^rrrn" IWycaf-H-Sirrai ffampargriTrrV sfncfiy yuftr'Trwn'
unless you choose to columnize them. I guess you know mine:
Israel was forced to it by our neglect of her need. This neglect con-
tinues today; so does the need, and someone must meet it.
We won't quaver every time an Arab diplomat rises at the UN"
to call for the liquidation of Israel. The nation at large sometimes
does. But the need cries out to us; and even if the nation won't
answer, history and our hearts tells the American Jew he must.
Insurance Exec
Completes Course
Bernard B. Segal. 1640 SW 21st
It., .Miami, has successfully, com-
pleted an advanced training class
for life, accident and health agents
at the New Education Center of the
Travelers Insurance Company in
Hartford, Conn.
Segal is an annual winner of the
National Quality Award.
He was one of 24 agents select-
ed from all parts of the United
States and Canada for the course
on the basis of "outstanding ac-
complishments in the field"
since joining Travelers.
He attended Columbia Univer-
sity and the New York School of
Social Work. Prior to his affilia-
tion with Travelers, he was with
the New York Life Insurance Co.
Segal is a member of the adult
education committee of Beth David
Congregation, Dade County Coun-
cil on Human Relations, American
Civil Liberties Union, and the
American Jewish Congress.
BERNARD SEGAl
BIB Open House Slated
BZB B'nai B'rith Girls will hold
a Thanksg-ving open house Sunday
evening at the home of Betsy So-
kolof, 500 NW 38th ct.
Dr. Borges in Talk
Miami Ethical Society met Sun-
day at Koubek Center. Prof. Fred-
eric Borges discussed "Censorship
Is It Ever Justified?"
Jacob Fishman conducted a com- ]
munity sing, and Dr. Abraham
Wolf son appeared in-a news pres-1 ~
entation. Chairman was Herbert Sen. Pepper to Speak
Heiken, with Lawrence Bau and
Joseph Alter acting "as co-chair-
men.
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HiLARY MMXBMJX
The Art of Fiction Brought to an Autobiography of i
MY INWARD JOURNEY. By Lorraine Picker. 187 pp.
Philadelphia: The Westminster Press.
LORRAINE PICKER had been a chronic asthmatic since
she was a year and a half old. What that means to
people who have never spent nights and days gasping for
air and strangling in violent spasms can perhaps only
partly be conveyed, although Mrs. Picker has done an ex-
celent job of communicating the torment. By the time
f-he moved to Florida, during the war years, she was a
wile and mother of two children. Although Miami Beach
did not bring the hoped-for physical relief, it did provide
the key to eventual cure. In Miami Beach. Lorraine Picker
nm liiawiaii alum sSWHantifie.s as n*. Randolph
Re>s." but who readers will be interested to know is ac-
tually Dr. Randolph Shevach. well-known internist here
3iiLTO\ VMMKBMAN
It was Dr. Shevach who first suggest to his stunned patient
that her asthma had emotional origins.
Lorraine Picker returned to Philadelphia, saw a psy-
chiatrist for three years, and went on into analysis for
another three years She was practically rid of her asthma
in a short time; but allowing herself to feel the emotions
which formerly had been expressed only in her illness
brought, of course, a raft of new problems to the surface.
Angers, fears and guilts came seeping and pouring up-
ward, released from their prison. As the author puts it.
Si iher husband) "had married a sick but gentle and good-
natured girl to fit in with his easy-going manner, and
found she had turned .into,.a, healthy witch."
So Lorraine's inward journey continued. There is an
introduction here by Lucy Freeman, author of "Fight
Against Fears, and this is. indeed, a book of the same
Moscow Tells Poles Not to Let Jews Go
Washington
THE KREMLIN HAS NOTIFIED Poland that the Soviet
Government would consider it an unfriendly act if
Polish exit permits were granted to recent Jewish re-
turnees from the Soviet I'nion. Arab Governments had
aked Moscow to stop the flow of Jews from Poland to
Israel.
Official Washington i- studying reports of develop-
ments It is now considered a fact that Jews repatriated
from Russia to Poland will definitely be denied permis-
sion to emigrate to Israel for some time An official rep-
resentation has been made in Warsaw by the Soviet Am-
bassador.
Most Polish Jews living in Poland when the Gomulka
regime took over have already emigrated The desperate
casea today are those of the estimated 10.000 Jews re-
patriated from the Soviet I'nion in the last year They
arrived penniless. Today those awaiting exit permits for
I~r;iel may be assisted to some extent by the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee and ORT.
Jewish returnees are in a worse situation than non-
Jews. The Jews find neither relatives nor friends-only
a rising tide of anti-Semitism. In fact, it is reliably re
poited that Premier Gomulka some time ago personally
urged some Jaw> to leave Poland One view in Warsaw
among Communists u that a Jewish exodus is bad propa
DAViD SCMiWARTZ
ganda But another concept is found in the story of the
anti-Semitic Warsaw official who facilitated the proces-
sing of exit papers, telling applicants he is using all
pMsJhla. speed because of his anxiety to rid Poland of
the Jews.
Of the Jews who arrived in Poland from Soviet ter-
ritory, about 78 percent came from the Vilna area and
an estimated 10 percent from Lwow. Some of the chil-
dren of returnees do not know a word of Yiddish or
Hebrew. A number of spouses are non-Jews.
Gomulka has indicated that he will let the "Joint"
aid Jewish children in the sphere of culture and educa-
tion. Professional training by ORT is being planned. But
the threadbare unforunates arriving from Russia hope
their stay i- only transient, having set their eyes on
Israel.
Jews who remained in Poland after World War II
seem to have fared better economically than those who
found themselves in Russia. Some Polish Jews arrived in
Israel in the last several months with personal belongings
of some value. In May seven Jewish farmers actually ar-
rived in Haifa with 61 cows. Their cooperative faYm has
been re-established in Israel. But Jews permitted to leave
Russia frequently have only the clothes on their backs.
In Poland the newspapers no longer exhort against
ant i Sem it ism. Such editorials have had an opposite ef-
fect than intended.
'Mazel Tov': First Message from Moon
lSfHEN THE TELEGRAPH was invented the first mes-
" age sent over it was a line from the Bible: -What
hath God wrought "
I've been thinking about an appropriate message to
be dispatched by the Oral man to reach the moon or
another planet.
It is very important that it should be. one to be re-
membered. History will be impoverished if the first man
to arrive on one of the planets should send some such
prosaic message as: 'Landed Safely Regards to Mamie "
1 have thought that an appropriate message, simple
but imaginative, could be the Hebrew phrase Ma/, 1
I1ERRFMT G. iJ'FT
They Had No ldea(!)
Hollywood
AL LICHTMAN'S PRODUCTION of The Young Lions
** from the Irwin Shaw novel, now before the cameras
at Twentieth Century Fox with Kdward Dmytryk direct-
ing, shows Marlon Brando as a misguided Nazi shocked
by the sieht of a German concentration camp into a full
realization of the cause to which he had dedicated him-
self. Author Shaw repeats the often told fairy tale that
the average German soldier and civilian was not aware
of the atrocities committed by the Hitler regime Mont-
gomery (lift, in a parallel story oi The Young Lions.
portrays Noah Ackerman. a Jewish boy faced with anti-
Semitism in an American Army camp. The theme of the
yarn is tolerance I hope the accent la not misplaced.
*
Jeff (handler stars with June Allyson in U.-L'l forth
coming movie. 'And Ride A Tiger." based on the bast
selling novel by Robert Wilder, author of the successful
picture "Written On The Wind Helmut Kautner. top-
ranking German film director of two anti-Nazi picture-.
"The Devil's General" and "Captain of Koepnick" an earlier still of manv movies made in Berlin before sur-
render, has been handed the reins of the current
"And Ride A Tiger," modern story of a World
flyer's widow who falls in love with one of her husband
fellow pilots, will mark the first teaming of Miss Allyson
and Chandler!

Samuel Goldwyn has signed Rouben Mamoulian of
Broadway fame to direct "Purgy and Bess. Horn the
screen play which is currently being written by N Rich-
ard Nash Oliver Smith is set as production designer
while Irene SharafT sketches the costumes for the cinema
version of the George Gershwin-DuBose Heyward classic
Tov Think what a headline that would make running
clei-r across the first pageand it is very appropriate too
Mazel Tov is commonly translated Good Luck, but
the word Mazel rejlly means constellation or star. In
other words, it means "Good stars to you."
The Jews lived among people who were great be-
lievers in astrology The Babylonians and Egyptians
didn't call in scientists before taking action nor did they
read what Lipman or Lawrence wrote and they didn't
take a Gallup poll. There was a simpler way They called
in the astrologers.
The Bible is remarkably free of astrology. There is
no question but that the whole spirit of the Bible wa.
In" it The Bible is bj accord with Shakespeare that
it is not in our stars, but in ourselves that we are under-
lings
Isaiah addressing Babylon said: "Let now the astrolo-
gers, the star laatrs, the many prognostic ators stand up
nd -ave thee from the things that shall come upon thee."
However, in the Talmudic period, some rabbis tried
to reconcile astrology with Judaism. One rabbi is men-
tioned as having refused to head the Academy of Pumbe-
dita because the Chaldean astrologists told him he
would not hold the post more than two rears And there
is .. discussion between two rabbis, one a believer in
astrology and another impatient of it. crying "Away
with your astrological tablet. Israel is not subject lo
planetary influences."
f-M tfff SAM.PETER _
>n
general type as Miss Freeman', wi)S -.
ference: that Mrs Pjcker.s *" \ H
other book, for all it, oopulaS ^L?*
thing, it is well-written with ,he i,"?" *
is rare in professional writing, and 21"
non-professional efforts. Nor ," .h*i
consciousness or "literary ness" whins'" *** *
biography nich ,
But more than this. Mr, pKv., '
real dramatic motion, alive with im.fe.J71
it otlen generate* the excitement ofr
fiction, as one follows the unravel,,,, n(?
with the foixard-apd-back movement ',;
lir _ l-feack^movers
heaval. Other people's psych^msh* L
atmg to you as it is to them, mainly | m
other people are never as fascinating!**
But Mrs. Picker has done mMhln!^JiLl
traordinary. by creating first an idemifinir1
reader based on sympathy and respect jhe
emotional investment in what is to com* ju
short, utilized the technique of good flct,M^
unique In a book of this type. '"-I
She has also a gift for the sensitive mta*.
insights explode on the reader with somethinTi11
impact with which they must have fla-hedcii
consciousness several years ago As. in -L
closed rooms" in her mind, she slowly toriM-M
the light so that I could see the shadow,ia*|
had frightened a little girl." realitv illuminn|3
its bright glare. ^"
. It would be intertesting to see what LorajsJ
a novel. She could, howem^l
her immediate laureU, g*
could do with
comfortably on
good job.
HAROI.B MI. RIBAMW
A Genuine Champ*
AN ORTHODOX JEWISH BOY, the yoDsprj
^ a family of 18. living in the ghetto of i
atop the boxing world. He is 25 year-old,
the European titleholder. who cam* to
States, met the NBA champion Raton Maria I
in Ix>s Angeles before a crowd of 20.000, morel
of whom were Mexican and won a gruellisf 1
decision for the undisputed world title.
It was a fast-moving bout, difficult to scortl
every time that Macias landed a clean pouch, r|
stylishly away from an overhand right thrown r|
the crowd cheered and yelped When Hahsrl
best work, there was silence at Wrigley Fiekt. 1
was all over, however, the two judges gm>l
decisive margin, while the referee voted i:
vantage to Macias. ,
For the first ten rounds it was a hard-foogMaiil
but not particularly exciting to the famsna]sg||
but in the front rows Halimi is powerful
possesses a strong chin and great endunmn.1
moved in on Macias and tried to bull him;
There was little to choose between the I
weights until the opening of the eleventh tsfl
denly. Halimi changed his style He no l fled to stand in the center ol the ring and tnt
He had discovered that he could nut hurt !
that he was not winning by any appreciate!
Here, he changed tactics, the sign of a goodfif
an intelligent one. L'nhure. still full of sti
gressiveness. he began to back up and fi
in stand-off fashion.
By the time the fourteenth round cam. I
was tired and completely on the defensive .It J
ual process but by this time Macias had ran
steam, while Halimi was as eager and as sraj?
had shown himself to be in the first round.wt
was having trouble breathing and Halimi n
consistently. His roundhouse righO **
had been all along, but his opponent was nos
and no longer a threat. They fought in ^'"a
round and before the decision was renders. *
that if the officials were not going to be
the partisan crowd as officials sometime j
Jewish boy from Algeria was going ,0 *L j
clear title to the bantamweight champi"
did.
He Hopes B-G Will Object Second Time
JHE YOUNG MAN who threw the hand grenadeTnto S
inn VI, woundm* f've Cabinet members includ-
? T "?',?,:,er Ben C'Ur,on' was ne of over 100 spec-
everVbTdv S?^. *2 W,,er>' tha< *m-o" BE
1 """- o ,;,,,: .t 'r'^K K?,,,Ck0, '"f-rmation
** U w,L.rt ,1. m!"n bu,,d,n* of*,he Kncssev then
hoped that Ben-C.urion will again object-
There sre perhaps few thing.- in*l 'h<*\
ajortty i" -i
per*'
*......."asK,;!>isrchecnr^P,y hand"d ;
by visitors.
The hand grenade thrown into the hall was aomrentiv
things
strikingly the crux of the ma
problems than this issue of
administrative interference but P^r" r
on the other hand, more Ireedon
-'-'"'ty- scni|Hi]*.
Naturally if each visitor were r r^,
by guards before entering the hnev ^
vases and packages carried the smuggling of hand grenades or p
:__ > ..._. _. ?.in lhat a I"*
ing. But it is just as certain that '^|neii
the population would resent *"c" ^iH*'
enough to give up their right to be P
gallery. ,,( IsraeTs I
This is a problem that ">an> ^wwrtM
and security officers, raised in i' ^jrtsw
Phere of the anti-British undergrouw
fore the establishments of ;he its** "


>vembr 29, 1957
* Jewish fhrMlaHn
MCHV
Page ISA
7m wist
BY HENRY LEONARD
OISTRKTT
DM KICK-OFF DIMMER

4THis year, every fund reiser that goes over
the top, is awarded two weeks, free, at
Goldberg's Convalescent Home!"
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
v. FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE ,8 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to .ngage in
!"Jr.'KJS un(|er he fictitious name <.<
ORIEN TE TRADING AND SHIPPING
at Room 706 Pacific Building. Miami.
Florida. Intend to register said name
with the clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade county. Florida.
PETER SCALCO 50* Partne
BKRHJUE ESP1NOSA ""* I,
OOLDMAN & GOLDSTEIN
Attorneys for Registrant*
2303 \V. Flagler St.. Miami, Fla.
11 8-13-22 li
LEGAL NOTICE
rtner
i'artner
NOTICE UNDER
FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEKF7BY GIVEN that
the underrtgned, desiring lo engage In
business under the fictitious name of
THE V. B. P. AWNING at 3595 N.W.
i4th St., .Miami, Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Hade County. Florida.
M.I M1NUM ROLL-UP AWNING CO.
AMDS BENJAMIN
Attorney for Applicants
1790 Coral Way
11/8-15-22-29
to Continue
IFWF Board
C. Myers, Dade county
ly lender, will continue on
of directors of the Coun-
rish Federations and Wel-
Ids. Herbert R. Abeles. of
N.J., CJFWF president,
at the concluding session
organization's 26th annual
[Assembly in New Orleans.
st president of CJFWF,
Is life membership in its
directors. He is a found-
He Greater Miami Jewish
lion and served as its first
nt in 1938. He was presi-
ain in 1940.
served as campaign chair-
Miami's Combined Jewish
lin 1943 and again in 1947.
Has also served as prasi-
GrMter Miami Jew-
nify 0r#r, president
David Congregation and
rat cnalimaii*^T*e4"4faita4*-
Council af Social Agan-
jras Greater Miami chairman
1 Community Chest in 1945,
been the recipient of na-
awards from Phi Epsilon Pi
jKy for the "Richest Corttri-
[to Essential Jewish Life of
He is a member of the
ion executive committee
I of governors. In 1954
he held the position of
i president for a third
irth term.
Addition. Myers has headed
iportant civic, religious and
organizations serving the
Miami and national Jewish
inities.
[Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
is a member of the Council
sh Federations and Welfare
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE.UNDER
FfCTITIOUS'NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name rff
'IAEA !/'>uSGH at 2S00 Collins Ave-
nue, Miami' Beach, Fla.. intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
ISAAC ZWIEBBL
BURNETT ROTH
Attorney for Applicant
420 I.lncon Rd.. Miami Beach, Fla.
11/1-15-22-29
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
NATIONAE BRAKE .SERVICE at
number 2403 N.E. 2nd Avenue, in the
City of Miami. Florida Intends to reg-
ister the said name with the Clerk of
tin- circuit Court of Hade County,
Florida.
Dated at Miami, Florida this Kith
day of November, 11"5T.
HU D. ZEMBLE
ENGEE & HOUSFTN
Attorneys for Applicant
1201 Itlscayno Bldg.. Miami, Fla.
11'22-29. 12/6-13
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tbe undersigned, desiring to enkage in
t.n>iii. -s under the fictitious name ol
north miami beach mortgage
CO., at c/o Arthur I. Snyder, 420 Lin-
coln Road. Miami Beach. Fla., intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court'of Dade County,
Florida.
100* Owned and Operated by
North Miami Beach Mortgage Co.,
c/o Arthur I. Snyder
420 Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach. Fla.
11/22-29.12/1-13
ksg/V/'ng Service of
ie Center Thursday
fcial Thanksgiving services
Ie synagogues of the North
Urea were to be conducted at
Jtorth Dade Jewish Center
lay, Murray R. Apfclhaum.
lent of the Center, announ-
.regations joining in the wor-
ervices were to include Beta
B'nai Sholem*. Dade
Jewish Center, Monticelio
I Jewish Center and Temple
pbi Henry Okolica, of North
was to officiate, with
Benno Wallach. of Trmplr
[Rabbi David Herson, of Beth
and Rabbi Isaac Lerer, of
cello Park Jewish Center,
paling.
Williams Piny Shied
ght Must Fall," by Emlyn
s, will be presented Friday
kturrlav. Dec. 6 and 7. bv the
py Hopkins Footlight Work-
Uie auditorium of the Lind-
pkins Education Center.
--fic-TlfcE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME-LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th umrersfcn.il. desiring to engage Hi
business under the fictitious name of
RED HORSE TAVERN at 133 S.W.
57th Avenue. Miami intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
ROBERT C. PIERCE. Sole Owner
KESSLER & GARS
Attorneys for Applicant
1998 S.W. 1st St.. Miami, Fla.
11'8-15-22-29
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 42046 B
In Re: ESTATE OF
DAVID H. LEVINS
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You. and each of you are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you. may have axainst the
estate of DAVID H. LFTVINE deoeaa
ed late of HADE County, Florida, to
the Honorable County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same In their of-
fices In the County Courthouse In
Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof. Said claims or
demands to contain the legal address
of the claimant and to bo sworn to
and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred. See Section 733.16 of
the 1945 Probate Act.
Date November 9. AD. 19.i7.
ARTHUR S. DAVIS
As Administrator of the Estate of
DAVID H. I.EV1NE Deceased.
ARONOVITZ ARONOVITZ
Attorneys for Estate of David H.
Levlne.
11 '15-22-29. 1?/
NOTCE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersurned. desiring to engage In
hu.|nes under the flctltln-is name of
ALLIED FTOKCE CO. OF MIAMI.
K., II.UBD CHAIN UNK *
CO OF MIAMI, at P.O. RoxT.8. Shen-
andoah Station. Miami IS. Florida, In-
tends to register said name "'">""
Clerk of lbs Circuit Court of Dade
''"''n^sKVANS. JR., Sole Owner
MARTIN S. SCHWARTZ
Attorney for Denies Evans. Jr.
214* Bonce de Leon Blvd..
.-orn i Gables, Fla.
ll/S-IS-tt-tt_______________
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that-
7 the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Fl0r"U- IRVING L. ggj*-.
DAVID M. BERKOWTW
KSUi^CTrlM U B-k and
David M. Berkowlti
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
DKBU1B-LOU JUNIOR TOWN at
8009 N.E. 5th Avenue. Miami. Florida
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
IVY. CORP. (Sole Owner)
ll'S-15-22-29
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
HOLIDAY INN at 5051 8.W, xth 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
11/15-22-29, 12/6
NOTICE UNDER
, FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ALBERT'S FLOOR RENEWAL at
1061 S.W. 27th Avenue, Miami, Florida
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
RICHAMD J. BERGER '
RICHMOND & WOLFSON *
Attorneys for Richard J. Bergcr
11/15-22-29, 12/6
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ot
RI'ARD TRADING CO. at P.O. Box
4032, Normandy Branch, Miami Beach,
Florida intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida. ,
HOWARD ZIMMERMAN
11/15-22-29. 12/6
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business tinder the fle'ltlnus name of
H & G VENDING MACHINE COM-
PANY at Dade County intend to reg-
latei said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
HARVEY GOODMAN
GEORGE HODGES
11/15-22-29. 12'
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the undersigned, desiring to engage m
business under the fictitious name of
PBTERS QUEST HOL'SE at 620 N.W.
Sth Ave.. Miami, Fla., Intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk o( i
Circuit Court of Dade County. Floriuu.
EDDIE PETERS 50*
ELI ROSS 25%
MORRIS B. HORWITZ 25%
BEIGEL & TEITELMAN
Attorneys for Applicants
!i"4 liiscayne Bldg., Miami. Fla.
11/8-15-22-29
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring o engage in
business under the fictitious n-ime of
COLE ENTERPRISES at 28 N.W. 17th
Avenue. Miami Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
BEN COLE. Sole Owner
MYERS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
Altornevs for Applicant
110 S.W. 1st St.. Miami. Fla.
11/8-15-22-29
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BILL'S SANDWICH SHOP 8/8 AND
RESTAURANT at 3680 N.W 54th St.,
Hialeah, Fla., Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
WILLIAM EVANS
MILDRED I'I'NNE
IDA LENTZ
11/15-22-29. 12'6
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ,,f
J *c M BAR at 0 N.W. :16th Street,
Miami, Fla.. Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
JOHN POTTMOLA, Sole Owner.
KESSLER & GARS
Attorneys for Applicant
1998 S \V. 1st St., Miami, Fla.
11/22-29, 12/6-13
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
[he undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
FLORIDA SPRINKLER CO., at 969
East 8th Ave., Hialeah, Fla.. Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
CHARLES BATZ
C. R. BAKER
11/22-29.12/6-13
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY' GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
HfLTONAlRR MOTEL at Dade Coun-
ty Intends to register said name with
tbe Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
CARLYLE MICHELMAN,
Sole Owner.
SIDNEY EFRON$ON
Attorney 'or "AjvpHcant
Sboreland Bldg.
11'15-22-29. 12/6
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ISLAND HOUSE MOTEL at 46 Vene-
tian Way, Belle Isle. Miami Beach.
Fla.. Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
BENBEE REALTY CORPORATION
FRIEDMAN & SHAPIRO
Attorneys for Applicants
505 Seybold Bldg.. Miami, Fla.
11/8-15-22-29 _________^^
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 41S49
In HE: Estate of
MARGARET ANN PATRIARCA
/k/a MARGARET ANN PATRICK
DeieNOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Es'nte: .
You are hereby notified and required
to present an) ...inns and demands
which You may have against the
estate of MARGARET ANN PATRI-
ARCA, a/k/a MARGARET ANN I'A I -
HICK deceased late of DADE <"''"',
Florida, to the County Judges of Dad*
Countv. and file the same In ihelr of-
fices 'in the County Courthouse In
Dade County. Florida, within eUcht
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof, or the same
*"' ** "elTzaRETH P. O'BRIEN
HERBERT H. HUTNER. Ally.
11 IS L'2-29. 12'6_______^^^
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thll
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
hi 1 shies* unde- rhe flctltlons name of
HERSHEY WINDOW SERVICE al
mv Road. Miami Beach. Florida
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Kk,r.^viNf, HrRsrH
Mi.-W\EL COTTONE
LEONARD KAUSH
Mtnrnnv for Aimllcnn's
,> !>nrVnr IWrtg.: Mlrrm, Fla.
it 1 -. >.>* 11 '<*.
.NOTICE UNDER
FCTIT'OUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HBftERY GIVEN that
the undersigned. delrtn lo ensace In
htn^-s- iim'r- the flctlttmia "*ene of
BRANT ft CO. at S"10 Coral Way In-
tends to*e4er'akl name with the
clers of 'be Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida..
HARVEY L BRANT
11/8-15-22-29 '
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 41989-A
In He: ESTATE OF
BE1-LA C. KUGELMAN
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You, and each of you are hereby no-
tified .11111 required to present any
claims and demands which vou, or
either of you. may have agaliisi the
estate of BELLA C. KUGELMAN de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to tne Honorable County Judges of
Dade County, and file the same In
Ihelr offices In the County Courthouse
In Dalle County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
firs! publication hereof. Said ,claims
or demands to contain tbe legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to. be swoS-n
to and presented as aforesaid, or same
will be barred. See Section 733.16 ot
the 1945 Probate Act.
Date November 7, A.D. 1957.
BUB K. TdlllLNER
EDGAR M. KI'GKLMAN
CLAUDE D. KUGELMAN
As Executors of the Last Will and
Testament of BELLA C. KUGELMAN
Deceased.
KOVN'RH MANNHETMER
Attorneys for Executors
ll/15-22-:'9. 12/6
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
PIL-O-BAR at 1874 Purdy Ave., Miami
Beach, Ela., Intend to registei
name wilb the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida. ,
FRED G. CLYDE
LARRY NEWMAN
LEWISON FREED
-e' '..- \.,|,|t"Mnts
25 W. Flagler St., Miami, V\a.
.. U-2X-*a, 12/b
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 2Q7181
NATHAN KHA.MF:R and GLADYS
KRAMER, his wife, and SHIRLEY
HAI'ZIN, Joined by her husband,
MARVIN RAUZIN,
Plaintiffs,
GEORGE BODAH and KATHLEEN
RUHAH, et si.,
Defendants.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
TO; GEORGE BODAH and KATH-
l.EENBODAH, his wife, 14971
Nuiml, SAN FFIRNANDo. CAL-
1FORNIA. who may claim to
have an interest In
Lot 33, Block 2. of ORCHARD
VILLA EXTENSION, according to
Hie Pin thereof recorded In Plat
Book 17, at l"nue '>'. of the I'ubllc
Records of Dade County, Florida.
You are hereby notified that a BUI
..f Complaint has been filed against
vou In the alwwe sivl-d Court lo quiet
title to the above described land, and
yog are hereby required 10 serve a
cdpy of your Answer or other plead-
ing'on the P'sintlffs' Attorney. MIL-
TON' \. FRIEDMAN, ini'3 Seybold
Rtrildl ,K. Miami. WoUHa, and file the
original in the office of the Clerk of
the I'ire lit Court of D.ide County.
Florida, on or before 20th day of De-
cember, 1137, otherwise the alien:'lions
or salt! Bill of Complain* will be taken
as confe-sed bv you.
DATI-:i> this, the 15th day of No-
vember, 1957. :
E. B. I.EATHEKMAN. Clerk of the
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
(sea) By: JOAN" SNEEDRN,
Deputy Clerk.
11/22-29. 12/6-13
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 206374
NATHANIEL JOHNSON
Plaintiff,
MATTIe'lde JOHNSON,
Defendant.
TO: MATTIE LI'E JOHNSON
Address unknown
YOU, MATTIE LIIB JOHNSON. ARM
HEREBY NOTIFIED, that a Com-
plaint for- Divorce has been filed
against 'you and you are required to
serve a copy of your Adswer or Plead-
ing to the Complaint on Plaintiff's At-
torneys, BEIGEL & TEITELMAN. 104
Bisc.iyne Building, Miami 32. Florida,
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 16th
day of December, 1957. If you tall
to do so, judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Complaint for Divorce.
IONE and ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 4th day of November.
1907.
E. B. LBATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida.
(seal) By If, C. GREEN.
Deputy Cleric
11/8-15-22-29
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SUN TRUST INC. d/b'a ABC MA-
RINE at '.'7"il N.W. 7th Avenue. Mi-
ami, F'lorlda. inteiwf to register -i"l
name with the Clerk of tbe Circuit
Court of Dade County. F'lorlda.
SUN TRUST INC.
BY: KURT SCHMEI-ZER, President
MARIANNE 9CHKELXBR,
Secretary-Treasurer
KURT WEI I.ISCII
Attorney for Sun Trust Inc.
1414 Congress Bldg Miami, Fla.
11/22-29, 12/6-13
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. ELEV-
ENTH JUDICIALL CIRCUIT. DADE
COUNTY, FLORIDA No. 206877
OCTAVIO ROSAIM)
Plaintiff,
vs.
rSABELLE ROSA DO
I 'efendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
You, ISA BELLE ROSADO, I 0 Villa
Victor Restaurant. ByoaMtt, L I .
N.Y., are required to file your answer
to the complaint of dlvproe with the
Clerk of the above Court and serve
s oopv thereof u|a.n Hrman Cohen.
Attornev, 1305 Congress Bldg., Miami,
Florida on or before December 9. 1957,
1,1 else complaint will be taken as
confessed. Dated November 4, lI?.
F;. B. LBATHERMAN. Clerk of
(seal) the Circuit Court.
By L. A. CLEARE, Deputy Clerk
11/8-15-22-29 __
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Arab Students in US Schools Seen Gigantic Propaganda
CHICAGO Charges were
made here recently that Arab for-
eign students who have entered the
United States on visas for study
purposes only "are waging political
warfare against this country, dis-
seminating on the nation's college
campuses propaganda that is hos-
tile to American policy and in-
terests and favorable to the Soviet
Union."
Forster pointed out that "the
tudies of some of these Arab for-
eign students are partly subsidized
by the United States Government
under the provisions of the student
exchange program and their activi-
'neutralisf attitude toward the
Soviet threat afeinat the free
world."
The AM, report charged that
Arab student publications in the
I'nited States distort news sources
in order to foster anti-American
ties put the American taxpayer in
the position of underwriting ""jeu1_ \x c\^d extract's appeal
Arnerican propaganda by '>" ing in the-a,* students Newslet-
nat.onals who have crossed our | ^^ Qrgan which
shores under false pretenses. |dis(orted New York Times reports
3 its na-, *The na,Ion c,n iH afford t0 lo,"!for the purpose of creating ill-will
tion.l executive cTmittee. wh!cn I-' J >* *"?**& TiS ,he Si *""
held, its anaual .** at the,*2 at ,. t. w*r SovmH ,g H | g|
Edgewater Beach hotel, the Anti-
propaaanda and ambitions are mot-
E-ugewairr xcii .roir.. i: ""' JL, __,dK. ^^.a in .h* Middle Arlb ':'udent propaganda. ADL.
Defamation Leagwe of Bnai Brith ftfR^CUf-ff JESS declared, -links the United States
dedared that the activity of the^i^^^T^'^ 35 with -imperia.i.m. which is the
foreign students, mobilized as a ma- threaten- most persistent word of abuse in
jor propaganda arm of the Arab g *d *** ^^ ,he Arab political vocabulary-
League, has penetrated deeply into of NATQ whom the Unjted A princjpa, ,entor in lnis prop.
States is pledged to defend." Uganda effort, according to ADL,
. .. is the Arab Information Center in
In its documented report, the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
Brith said that the material distrib-
uted by Arab loreien students
through regular publications and
prCH handouts "implements Arab
i League policy as laid down in
Cairo and parallels the anti-Amer-
the educational grass roots of this
country; it represents in the
words of one Arab official 'a
forse in the United States to be
reckoned with'.''
In presenting the report, Ar-
nold Forster, general counsel of
the League, said that many Arab
students "arc breaching both in
spirit and substance the imanigr*-
tion laws under which theu were
permitted to enter the nited
States. Since their major organ-
izations r really propaganda
agencies, functioning beyond le-
gitimate and scholarly limits,
they should be compelled to reg-
ister as such under the terms of
the law."
New York and its director Kamil
Abdul Rahim. who has called on
Arab students in this country "to
devote the greater part of their
spare time to the Arab fatherland
. writing letters to local editors
supporting the Arab position and
|.can output of the Cairo radio and ornu.ng social parties to enable
Iother propaganda arms of the Arab ,nem ,0 P"l*-ndu* Americans
governments.
"This material is vehement (n
its hostility to the West and con-
sistent in its assault on United
States policy and American con-
cern over Communist penetration
of the Middle East. And by and
large, it seeks to encourage a

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ADL's report noted that "the
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ches on some 30 college or univers-
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"The OAS functioned as a politi-
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on a broad front ... It convened
an emergency conference, adopted
and publicized resolutions that
criticized United States Govern-
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allies and urged Iraq to withdraw
from the American-supported Bagh-
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block Soviet penetration of the Mid-
dle East."
At the same time, ADL report-
ed "OAS regional branches were
politically active throughout tho
nation. In Now York, they pic-
keted the French and British Mis-
sions at the United Nations.
"In Berkeley and San Francisco,
Arab students circulated a petition
for the signatures of Americans
and. accompanied by their own
I message, mailed it to President
I Eisenhower. Students in Detroit
{organized committees to present
Arab political positions in the local
press.
in Los Angeles. Arab students
at the University of Southern Cal-
ifornia conducted a week long cam-
paign for the gathering of signa-
tures to resolutions to be sent to
the United Nations. They also ar-
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and asking it to communicate that
support to Senators. Congressmen
and the President."
The document, "Reports by
Maj. Sen. Bennilre, Chief of Staff
of the Three Supervision Organ-
iiattam in Palestine," which was
circulated by the Arab) student
treup in fOa-aij a-a*a- ba*#)>*'e-,
ADL ea "mm aatH*afcl feefatey.-
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Birth Dai. ... Dr. and Mr. Samuel S. Siker,
of 1634 Biarritz dr., are celebrating the birth of a
fifth grandchild David Alan arrived Nov. 18 in
Pittsburgh to join four-year-old Kathy and two-
year-old Jeff Daddy and mommy are Dr.
Ephraim S. Siker and his Eileen Eph, who is an
assistant professor in anaesthesiology and engaged
Ich at the University of Pittsburgh, spent last year on an
professorship in England and "lectured all over Europe."
Samuel Siker, who was in Pittsburgh in time for Davids
111 make a side trip to New London, Conn., to visit daugh-
stelle who is the wie of Rabbi Henry 0. Bernstein
%rho has two sons, Joel, 2, and Jonathan, 1, also finds time
fe pediatrics part-time Mrs. Siker will be home Dec. 10.
to Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Bergman, a little pink bundle
|rianied Wendy Ronna Prpud grandmother is Mrs. Wil-
nan.
I American Jewish Committee hosted one of the livest din-
jtings in the history of community affairs last Sunday night
eville hotel Laurels belong first to dinner chairman
s. Bernard) Stevens, who was stunning in red Adding
fcss were luminaries Col. Nat (new president) B. Rood and
fie-go Roddy and darling Judianne Audrey and Charles
tin and Faye and Mort Halpern Pretty Pat and Martin
The I. Gladstones with handsome son Bill Stanley and
yers chatting with the Ben Rosenbergs .
[Peritz Scheinberg and his Dolly, very feminine in blue with
jtr chiffon Jane (Mrs. Charles E.) Leeds AJC area
Seymour Samet and his Elaine, her classical features set
ray chiffon The Alvin Cassels Bess Glasser, stately
jjcious Bernice and Charles Gottlieb Marge (Mrs.
Jorach catching eyes in a bright print sheath (and a model's
ra and Aaron Farr and Sally and Judge Harold Spaet .
nl Mrs. H. R. Soble ... Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Wolf son
[from the dais Claire (Mrs. Sydney L.) Weintraub and
nuel Feldmans And many, many more, all with this
in common: that Morris B. Abram's after-dinner speech
Second Civil War" was some of the most moving oratory
|eic in a long time.
ir adorable moppets walked away with the show at Phi
Siyma Alumnae's annual Fashion Show Dessert at the Al-
lov. 23 Modeling children's fashions by Tykes 'n' Teens
?lie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Brams, Golden Shores
lely Lynne daughter of the Paul Furmans, of Coral Gables
|ida Joy, who keeps Dr. and Mrs. Edwin Hoffman, ol Miami
the jump and Iris, who belongs to Mr. anc'1 Mrs. Vie-
wer of Coral Gabies The 14 UM beauty queens modeling
fashions added to the pulchritude The show went on
benefit of Phi Sig's Cerebral Palsy Scholarship Fund.
kma Delta Tan Alumnae League whooped it up Western style
[and Bernie Stevens' wide-open-spaces home last Saturday
|. Grand Canyon cocktails (one drink and there's no climb-
I) preceded the al fresco buffet Proceeds went to SDT's
Ihilanthropies The affair was masterminded by Mrs. Don-
fchnoff, Mrs. Robert Merritr, and Mrs. David Hochberg.
c c > > >
ruseguests of Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Greenberg, of 152 S.
p., are their aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hirsch
Greenbergs are trying to convince the Hirsches to become
|Bearh residents One of their inducements, the opening of
\ Park on Turkey Day Hope they picked winners!
C C > > >
Ippy double celebration when Ellen and Leon Kaye marked
pver Wedding Anniversary the same day thsir son, Freddy,
Bar Mitzvah .
ky Schwartz turned sweet sixteen on Nov. 17 and was given
rday brunch by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz,
home, 775 W. 50th st.
o!;ing forward to party-giving when their new home at 60th
Bay rd. is completed are Nancy and Joseph Kanter .
?pping down the bunny trail were the 45 guests gathered to
fito the 12th birthday of Harriet, daughter of the James
sons, of 3001 Piairie ave. Everybody came dressed as
s, including Harriett's sister, Phyllis, and hopped all over
ice Happily, it's a sturdy house.
Jestview Country Club has Dec. 8 down on their calendar for
letter event Golf, cocktails, dinner, dancing and half an
\f "speeches" are scheduled for the evening party Stroll-
Jubadours will add an unusual note .
Wery member is expected to be present, and more than 125
Poni have been issued to prospective members.
jrnucopias struck the Thanksgiving note at a pre-holiday
last Sunday given by Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Gopmand and
|id Mrs. Wilfred Lansman at the Algiers Among the 100
i-njoying the music and dancing were Mr. and* Mrs. Irving
n, formerly of Shreveport, 111., who are Mrs. Lansman's par-
They recently moved here Down from Savannah for the
[ were Mr. and Mrs. Morris Levy.
lanksgiving was also the theme of the luncheon hostessed by
Jharles Posner in the Algiers last week ... 30 friends admired
ny turkeys and giant horn-of-plenty, and ohed and ahed over
rowning touch even the decks of cards used after lunch
out the holiday motif!
n Zoe Rubenstein was feted at a sweet sixteen luncheon
by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morton Rubenstein, at Arthur
^l's recently Susan, senior at Miami Beach High School,
It 640 8th st.
Cleveland recently was the Blackstone hotels exec director
Sossin, who flew off to attend the annual session of the
ktological Society, famed leaders in the field of aging .
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Miami. Florida, Friday. November 29, 1957
Section B
Over 400 Greater Miami women assembled at
Eden Roc hotel Thursday to see 40 ensembles
designed and manufactured in Israel at a
premiere fashion show given here under aus-
pices of Women's Division, State cf terasl
Bond''. Sloan Simpson (center), one of world's
ten best-dressed wompn, is shown with (left
to right) Mrs. Norman Klein, Mrs. Stanley Ras-
kin, Mrs. Joseph Friedman, and Mr3. Jerry
Blank. Function was in behalf of Israel Hous-
ing Bond campaiqn here. Goal for Women's
Division is 100 housing units at S3.000 each.
Overall Greater Miami goal is 420 units. Hun-
dreds cf thousands of immiqrants coming to
Israel's shores need homes in which to live,
which purchase of housing bonds will provide.
'Guys & Gals'
Set Wednesday
Cast members of the Greater Mi-
ami Section, National Council of
Jewish Women's musical show,
"Guys and Gals," are now in the
final days oi intensive rehearsals.
The revue will be presented Wed-
nesday evening, at Miami Beach
auditorium.
Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, Council
president, this week expressed her
enthus;asm about the work that is
also being done by the backstage
chairmen and their committees.
Mrs. Philip Grenwald, in addi-
tion to taking part in the per-
formance,, is rehearsals chair-
man. Mrs. Burton B. Goldstein
and her committee tn hard at
work assembling the varied
props.
Mrs. Louis Adler is in charge of
scenery. She and her co-workers
are doing the actual work of paint-
ing the scenery and constructing
the sets. Assisting at this task are
Mrs. Rita Greenwood, Mrs.
Charles Steingold, Mrs. Bernice
Aperstein, Mrs. William Brook, Mr.
Bob Rubenstein, Mrs. Ellie Good,
and Mrs. William Plasson.
Lavish costumes have been sent
from New York by the producers,
Continued on Page 5 B
Pleased with ticket sales for National Council of Jewish Wo-
men's musical show, "Guys and Gals," are Mrs. Charles
Jacobson, finance chairman, and Mrs. William Brenner, ticket
chairman. Show will be presented on Wednesday at Miami
Beach auditorium.
Ladies to Meet Officers
Dade Heights Jewish Community
Center will elect officers for the
coming year Monday evening at
the Center. Sunday school teacher
Mrs. Leon Tishman will discuss
the observance of Chanuka.


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What do you know about Mt. | agencies linked in the service of
S-nai Hospital research? Have you our community." and urged each
ever heard of the leisure-time ac-1 and every Jewish family in Dade
tivltfes for people of all afes? Do cdunty to become affiliated wjfl
yon know where people can go for i Federation's humanitarian work
vocational guidance? Have you| The afternoon session of the con-
heard the latest about Douglas ference was devoted to a report
Gardens? Who is responsible for of seven members of the UJA over-
setting high education standards seas study mission. Moderator was
Pabbi Yaakov Rosenberq discusses plans for Charvjka work-
shop Monday at Beth David Syncqoau?. Workshop, under
auspices of PTA. is represented by (seated) Mrs. Michael
Forer, chairman; and (standing left to right) Mrs. David E.
Parnes, demonstrator; Mrs. Nathan Dubler. PTA president;
and Mrs. Robert Nedbor, in chaioe of displavs.
Sinai Auxiliary Will Meet Here Friday
One Pf Creator Miami's l-iran.it .. "D.--.I. -j._. ._ .
One of Creator Miami's largest
women's service organizations,
Mt. Sinai Hospital Auxiliary, uill
hoki its annual meetnt: at the Fon-
lumeMeau hotel Friday, Dec. 6.
A short business meeting will be
conducted by Mrs. Mayer Kgg-
natz. president, with greetfngi by
Samuel Gartner, executive direc-
tor of the hospital. Mrs. Arthur
Burrell will be awarded the second
four-star servce pin given by the
Mt. Sinai Auxiliary.
Mrs. Camilla Baum wn the
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honor, which denote* 5,900 hours
of voluntary service to the hos-
pital.
An ordinal playlet, written by
Mrs Maurice Serotta, "Mercury
Changes Its Mind." will be pre-
sented. Mrs. Milton Weiss will nar-
ri'e and di^ot. Mrs. Rivmond
Feiner and Mrs. Maurice Yalman
will have the main leads.
i A cast of 100 Pink Lad-es will
be in the skit, which depicts auxil-
iary services throughout the hos-
pital.
Program chairmen are Mrs.
E. E. Bloom and Mrs. Herbert
Tenenbom. In charge of arrange-
ments are Mrs. Gus Feuor and
Mrs. Chester Kane. Hospitality
chairmen are Mrs. Albert Ja-
cob, and Mrs. Ricbord Fleming;
rickets, Mrs. Marvin Meitus and
Mrs. Alexander Lobo. Mrs. f*M|.
ip Lefkowiti i vice president
and over-all coordinator.
Mrs. Alvin Richter will be art
consultant. Mrs. Sidney Huberman
is in charge of poster decoration
and Mrs. Morris Lansburgh is
backstage manager. Props wll be
by the courtesy of Mt Sinai.
| in the Jew'sh community? Who
| fights bigotry and anti-semitism in
your community?
Answers to these questions and
many others concerning the work
I of the Creater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration Women's Division were
lUDOIied at the fourth annual ed-
ucation conference held Tuesday
at the Seville hotel.
Looking in on a typical horn*
In Miami, actors in a "Person-
to-Person" dramatization ex-
plaintd to 500 representatives of
the women's groups how Fed-
eration women, through mtmbir
agencies, help Jewish families
on a year-round basis.
Portraying a wide-awake teen-
aRer. Mrs. George Graham des-
cnbed the excting programs at
the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity (enter for nursery school
children, teen-agers and Golden
Agers.
Mrs. Sam Stark enacted the role
1 of a Pink Lady and told of OK
help her volunteer corps extends
to busy doctors and nurses at Mt.
Sinai Hospital.
The thrill of saving a refugee
and bring-ng her to Miami was ex-
plained next in the dialogue of a
; mother, acted by Mrs. Alfred
Stone. She enumerated the many
agencies which played a part in
the rescue-story: United Jewish,
Appeal and the Joint Distribution |
Committee, which helped a woman
in Austria after her flight from
Hungary; the HIAS organization in
New York; and the National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women and Jewish
Family Servce in Miami, which
suoniied homes and jobs for the
newcomer.
The nationally famed Douglas
GardensJewish Home for the
Aged was described as "not
iust a place to stay, but a place
to live." Medical care, rehabil-
itate, arts, crafts, and the
warmth and dignity of friendly
surroundings all ara part of the
*or citizens' world at the
Dr. Benjamin B. Rosenberg, exec-
! utive director of Federation.'
The Miami delegation, after
conferences with many of Is-
rael's leaders, and talks with
scores of Israelis in all walks of
j life, wore unanimous in their
dominant impression that Is-
, reel's people were pressing for-
ward with vigor and determina-
tion to build up their country and
to ke.>p their gates open to all
Jews who seek a life of freedom.
The conference closed with an
appeal by Mrs. Aaron Farr, 1958
Women's Division chairman, who
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[over reservations for Sponsors of Is- Mrs. Robert Z. Greene. South Florida's top
I here are Elsa Maxwell, fabulous par- society is expected to attend,
[and hostess, Mrs. Sailing Baruch and
\ns Quicken for Israel Bond Ball
Women Leaders Will
Be Feted in Capital
Mrs. Jacob Rifkin and Mrs.
Louis Glasser have achieved the
title, "Woman of Valor," for reach-
ing $100,000 in the sale and pur-
chase of Israel Development Bonds
and will be among the honored
guests at a national tribute dinner
given in Washington Jan. 11 by
Ambassador and Mrs. Abba Eban.
The dinner, which marks the
openingjjMsrgeli^enth anniver-
sary year, is a tesrmonial to Mrs.
Rifkin and Mrs. Glasser and other
leaders from communities through-
out the United States. It will honor
tHose women whose efforts as
"Women of Valor" have provided
Israel with more than $10,000,000
for its continuing economic growth,
and Trustees of Israel who have
made individual $10,000 purchases.
Trustees of 1957 in Greater Mi-
ami include Asa Bobbys, Samuel
Friedland, Samuel Kipnis, Mar-
cie Liberman, David Provus,
Mrs. Esther Singer, and Louis
E. Wolf son.
The un'que "Woman of Valor"
rrogram, which takes its name
from Proverbs XXXI, was initiat-
ed two years ago to honor leaders
who attained the $100,000 pinnacle
in their volunteer efforts to
strengthen the young democracy's
economy through the Israel Bond
drive.
In addition to those American
women who have, like Mrs. Rif-
kin and Mrs. Glasser, already
achieved the award, more than
350 have gone past the halfway
mark.
"Woman of Valor" pin goes
to women leaders who have
reached 5100,000 mark in
sale and purchase of Israel
Development Bonds.
Other leaders of the community
who have almost reached the half-
way mark are Mrs. Nathan Book-
span, Sam Brody, Mrs. Mayshie
Friedberg, Mrs. Miriam Press,
Mrs. Abraham Kasow, and Mrs.
I. E. Goldman. They are making a
concentrated effort to get to the
top early in 1958, the anniversary
year.
Pol/of to bs Honored
E. Albert Pallot, president of
District Grand Lodge 5, B'nai
B'rith, will he honored by II urn
Beach Lodge at a dinner meeting
Wednesday, Dec. 11. at the Di-
Lido hotel. Irving Schatzman is
chairman of arrangements.
August bros *
/S the BEST' *"
knual Sponsors of Israel
fch is to be held at the
hotel Dec. 21 with Elsa
is hostess and Mrs. Le-
ts as honorary chairman,
|p final effort of 1957 for
Miami Committee,
Brael Bonds.
is being given under
fces of the Women's Divi-
Brenner Meyers, chair-
dressed hope Wednesday
lOOO will be raised at this
in order to fulfill Greater
1957 goal on behalf of the
fusing Bond drive, which
! to ease the housing crisis
Dw exists in the gallant
v
Cohen, of Levittown,
vas named honorary
Jent by executive board
ional Federation of Tem-
rotherhoods. New offi-
splaces late Roger W.
who served for 26
in that post. Cohen was
lent of Brotherhoods
1943 to 1948.
Jacob Shcr, local over-all
chairman, said that as of today
the Greater Miami committee
has on cash deposit $800,000 rais-
ed thus far in 1957 to meet the
area's Israel Bond goal.
Sponsors of Israel are women
who have made a minimum in-
vestment of a $1,000 State of Israel
! Bond. The ball, the first of its kind
1 to be given here, will include
! guests representing the top 400
families of Florida society. They
will be expected to invest in a
' $1,000 State of Israel Bond per
couple as minimum admission.
"Israel has continuously main-
. tained an open-door policy and has
' absorbed as best she can the hun-
dreds of thousands of immigrants
who have poured in from all over
the world to find a new life of free-
dom from persecution," Mrs. Mey-
ers said.
"The first step in Israel's pro-
gram of integrating these refu-
gees into the economy of the
new land and making them self-
sustaining is to give them homes.
On this basis, Israel has devel-
oped a housing plan to meet this
crisis and plans to build 30,000
housing units which will accom-
modate four families each"
Expected at the stellar social arc
many of Elsa Maxwell's friends,
representing international society
and a glitter'ng array of personali-
ties from the world of art, litera-
ture, music and the theatre.
In addition to an evening of
sparkling and unusual entertain-
ment, which is bc;ng planned by
the arrangements committee, a
multi-million dollar show of dia- -
monds by Balogh and furs by Dein-1
Bacher will be presented in a
unique display. Mrs. Eve Tellegen
w'll be commentator.
Representing the arrangements
committee of Sponsors of Israel
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William Bornstein, Jack A. Cantor,
S. F. Danels, Samuel N. Friedland,
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Sam Luby, Philip Rogers Mallory,
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Mrs. Liebman Will
Speak at Institute
Mrs. Seymour (Malvina) l.i, .
man. director of elementary educa-
tion for Dade county publ.c
schools, will discuss "Getting
Children Ready for Public School
at a professional Institute for nur.
cry school and kindergarten teach-
ers ;.l Ihe Town Branch of the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center, 450 SW 16th ave., Wed,
day eveniitf. .. IUU
Professional staff mombors of
nursory school and kindergarten
programs in th GMJCC syna-
gogues and United Fund agencies
conducting thoso programs havo
boon invited to attend.
The Institute is the first in the
third annual scries given by tas
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center designed to provide in-serv-
ice training for nursery school and
kindergarten personnel, to enrich
their skills and know-how and to1
j give guidance in the newest trends
| in educational practices at this lev-1
el of child development.
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K.WTI*,.
Reviewing final plans for "Weekend of Dedi-
cation" at Temple Beth Sholom are (left to
right) Dr. Meyer Eggnatz, Men's Club pres-
ident; John Serbin. Temple president; Mrs.
Harry A. Lack, president of PTA; Mrs. Louis
Krensky, chairman of dinner arrangements
committee; Mrs. Sol S. Pine, president of Sis-
terhood; and spiritual leader Rabbi Leon Kro-
nish. Special service Friday evening will be
addressed by Dr. Maurice N. Eisendrath, pres-
ident of Union of American Hebrew Congrega-
tions. Religious school will conduct services
honoring dedication of Temple Beth Sholom
sanctuary Saturday and Sunday mornings.
Dinner celebration is due Sunday evening at
Beth Sholom. Festivities began with Sister-
hood Lounge dedication Wednesday.
Beth Sholom Dedication Weekend Opens
Members of the construction
committee of Temple Beth will be
honored at a dedication dinner
celebration of the congregation
Sunday evening at the Temple.
Plaques of honor will be pre-
sented to Charles Silvers, chair-
man of the committee, James M.
Albert, Morris Alpert, Sidney D.
Ansin, Joseph L. Arttin, Morris
Burk, A. Herbert Mathes and
Morry B. Morris; J. A. Castor,
Samuel Oritt and Harry Bhamin,
chairman and vice chairmen of
the construction finance commit-
tee; Leon J. Ell and Ralph Spore,
honorary presidents; and John
Serbin, president.
Posthumous awards will be pre-
' sented to Samuel Beckerman.
| Louis J. Krensky and Samuel
Sum, who were members of the
construct-on committee.
Temple Beth Sholom. now cele-
brating its 15th year, was organ-
ized in a little store on 41st st. Its
new sanctuary, which is to be for-
mally dedicated Friday evening
with a specially-written pageant
by spiritual leader, Rabbi Leon
Kronish, and an address by Dr.
Maurice Eisendrath, president of
the Union of American Hebrew
Coneregations. is a solid concrete
building of unusual contemporary
design.
Designer is well-known syna-
gogue architect Percival Good-
man. Local associate architect
v.as A. Herbert Mathes.
Variety Show Due
At HHIel House
"Family Togetherness" is the
theme for a variety show and sup-
per being sponsored by the Men's
Club of South Dade Jewish Center
to be held at Hillel House, Univer-
sity of Miami campus, Sunday,
4 p.m.
The show, produced and d'rected
by Mrs. Irving Wolf, assisted by
Mrs. Murray Schwartz, will fea-
ture entertainers ranging in age
from three to 12 years.
The versatile youngsters of
South Dede will preeant a pro-
gram ef many acts, including
singers, pianists, ballet dancers,
folk dancers, dramatists, a flute
duet, and many ethers.
After the show, young and old
will be invited to a buffet supper,
family style. Members of tile Cen-
ter are extending invitations to
their neighbors and friends to join
in these family festivities.
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Beach Groups Eye Early Week Affairs
Miami Beach chapter of Hadas- up membership card and mah-
sah book review will be given jongg party Monday noon at the
Hi. .day. 1 p.m., at the Algiers Hib;scus Masonic auditorium. A
ll"''1 short business session is also
Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will retries -lated.
"Not by Bread Alone." by Vladi- .
mir DudinsttA. u___. .. ,, ,
Proceeds are for vocational edu- cE2f SH^l h
I chapter of Hadassah, as guest
Israeli group ID hold a mem- Z^Z^^ nn ^ "'
bership tea at the Algiers hotel .
Monday boob, with a speaker and
a musical program scheduled. Hanna Senesch group wll have
Chanuka celebration for paid-up
Shalema group will have a paid- mcmDers as s program Dec. 2 at
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The Y Choraleers. choral companied 0n the piano by Joseph
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has announced its first meeting Television
^Witne"Y" Tuesday eve! Persons interested in learning
rung. Choraleers will specialize m how the Torah is used in the syn
Hebrew and folk mU! agogue will have the opportun tv
Ctftfer Sister hoed to Meet
North Shore Jewish Center Sis-
terhood will meet at the Center
Wednesday evening. A special pro-
gram has been planned, including
"Fash'ons Through the Jewish
Year" by Fredericks, and a conse-
cration of all new members.
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University of Miami's Pick Music; Synagogue; Rabbi Jonah Captan
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svember 29. 1957
*'Jmisti ffcricf/ann
y of Henrietta Szold Will
Marked by Miami Hadassah
Page 5B
month of December,
loinen throughout the
commemorate the
rietta Szold, outstand-
. scholar, social work-
and founder of Lie
bnist Organ zation.
b'.kiII health station in
as established at
11913. Today, the med
in Israel includes a
i ier i-hild healt i sta-
Kil hygiene an I el lid
Cters and a Hadassah-
)i ity Medical Canter
fellowrh'os make it
Ir Isiaeli otuclents to
he Unitad States, and
alto halp* to sand
experts to Israal to
rdassah hat consistent-
Miss Stold's idaa of
institutions and
Palostirv* according
lest American stand-
the Miami chapter of
rill celebrate its found
lay H-Day in a
|ways:
will have a Chinese
! the Dunes motel Mon-
Dec. 9. Chairman is
rt Becker.
t *
{instein group will have
[luncheons in members'
ig the month of Decem-
[on Dec. 9, 13, and 14, at
Iheons will be held at
era! Savings Bank of
North Miami. Chairman is Mrs
Seymour Baron.
.
Menorah group will have a lunch-
eon at Miami Springs Villas on
Dec. 9 at noon. Accessory fashion
show will be presented by Bur-
dines. Comedy sketch will be by
tie Menorah Players. Chairmen
are Mrs. Martin Samels and Mrs
Merrill Taub.

i Mt. Scouas group will have
;luncheons and card parses given
in members' homes throughout the
month of December. Birthday par-
ty at the Dec. 9 meeting, 1 p.m.,
will be in Coral Gables Masonic
Lodge. 41 Valencia ave. Chairmen
are Mrs. David Marmer and Mrs.
David Morrison.

Naomi group w'll have card par-
ties and other games in members'
homes on Dec. 16 through 18.
Chairmen are Mrs. Ralph Swisko
and Mrs. Oscar Fleischer.

Torah group will have a luncheon
and fashion show featuring a pre-
miere showing of Original Fash-
ions by Dorthea, hair styles by
Reno, at the Westview Country
Club, Dec. 9 at noon. Chairmen are
Mrs. Philip Warshaw and Mrs.
Herman Sumars.
*
Chaim Waizman group will have
a "fun night" Saturday evening,
Dec. 14, at the Women's Pioneer
Club. Chairman is Mrs. Harry
Hausman.
Powells Sponsor
Sunday Dinner
Mrs. Bernard Powell, president.
Pioneer Women Club II, and Mr.
Powell will sponsor the club's an-
nual banquet Sunday, 6 p.m., at
the Royal Hungarian restaurant.
Procaads ara for Kanot, larg-
est and newest of the agricultur-
al schools for youth built by
Mootzat Hapoalot and Pioneer
Woman.
Kanot is located at Gedera on
the road to the Negev. Teen-agers,
both newcomers and Israeli-born,
J work and I've .together, there .as
they prepare for a pioneering life
in new cooperative settlements.
:il Women. Eager Beavers All,
in Get Kids, Hubbies to Do Work
For Wednesday's 'Guys and Gals'
Greater Miami Jewish Federation is winner of a certificate
for "Best Set of Year-Round Interpretation Material" in annual
competition sponsored by Council of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds. Shown accepting award on behalf of Fed-
eration are Mrs. Aaron Farr and Dr. Morris Goodman, 1958
campaign chairmen of Combined Jewish Appeal (right). At
left is Edward Barkoff of judging committee, making presen-
tation.
nued from Pago 1 B
ke Carg'U Company. Act-
ktumes chairman is Mrs.
[who. with a large group
f members, is taking care
I fittings and keeping the
I order.
with Mrs. Lond arm
ta Schwabe, Mrs. Loo
irg, Mrs. Rose Weiss,
Bernstein, Mrs. Bar-
s, Mrs. Julius Sapor-
Irs, William Lehman,
re/7 Hear
Simhonit
)NMrs. Yehudit Simho-
tonian member of Israel's
fesset and now director of
Li ml and Educational De-
of the Working Women's
[in Lsrael, and Abba Eban,
Ambassador to the United
VQre principal speakers at
ling session of the 15th
biennial convention of the
Women held in Boston at
baton Plaza hotel Oct. 26
I 30.
speakers who addressed
HJay convention of the Wo-
Labor Zionist Organization
Irica included Gov. Foster
r. of Massachusetts; Mayor
Hynes, of Boston; Maurice
, noted author; Judge Justine
^lier, of New York; and Mrs.
Surchin, national president
Pioneer Women.
Jacob Levitt was national
it ion chairman, and Mrs.
l Fine was program chair-
Local Boston co-chairmen
[Mrs. Herbert Helper and
pidriey Zipperstein.
reclaiming the period from
to 29 in Massachusetts in
pf the Pioneer Women, Gov.
paid tribute to the group
|dedication to the "building
el" and Us work in helping
Itus of women in the family,
Joyment, in political life, and
defense of the country
legislative acts."
lso commended the group
program for the develop-
"healthy minds and bodies"
el'a children.
Mrs. Robert Lewin, Mrs. Cola
Lipkin, Mrs. Dorothy Alvin, Mrs.
Loo Mills, Mrs. Frod Mayor,
Mrs. Joseph Williamson, Mrs.
Irwin Kuntx, and Mrs. Bob
Traistor.
Men whose wives are taking
part in the show and who are act-
ing as greeters include Ronald
Berger, Harvey B. Smith, Thomas
Gerard, and Joseph Friedman.
Ushers for the performance,
headed up by Mrs. Joseph Duntov,
are all children of Council mem-
bers. All college students, head
ushers include Janet Sermonetta,
Gail Ackerman, Marilyn Loeb, and
Ed Ansin.
They will be assisted by a large
group of high school students: Dor-
is Orleans, Cornelia Turk, Susan
Carpel, Susan Beldner, Carol
Wolff, Barbara Andrews, Susan
Staler, Roxie Hirsch. Rita Kaplan,
Susan Egert, Judy Gordon, Bonita
Machtey.
Bryna Williams, Ruth Spirer,
Gail Pollack, Bonnie Rubenstein,
Susan Bernstein, Eddie Stone, Ar-
thur Kail, William Lew'n, Lewis
Serbin, Joe Levin. Bobbie Marko-
witz, William Ullman, Richard
Blume, Joseph Fleming, and Alan
Shevach. _,_
Tickets for "Guys and Gals
mav be purchased by call'ng Mrs.
William Brenner or Mrs. Aaron
Farr, or by calling the office of
the National Council of Jewish
Women.
Barbecue Dinner
Slated by ZOA
Annual barbecue dinner and out-
ing of the Miami D'strict of the
Zionist Organization of America
will be held Sunday at the M-ller
estate, 6161 Miller rd Coral Ga-
bles.
This is the seventh annual af-
fair o* the Miami organisation,
headed by Samuel Levina, who
was recently installed as prosi-
dent.
Kosher delicacies will be served
throughout the evening. A program
Oi Israeli songs and dances has
been arranged. The committee in
charge are Abraham Kassow,
chairman, assisted by Isadore
Bakst, Sol Collins, Jerome Weinkle,
Harry Gordon, and Irving Saul.
Dr. David Speaks at PTA
M*etin*i in Tento.'e Emonu-f I
Dr. Alma Williams David, pro-
fessor of elementary education at
the University of Miami, was guest
speaker at a Temple Emanu-El
nursery and foundation school PTA
meeting last week.
Following a consultation period
between Dr. David, teachers and
parents, refreshments were served
by these members of the PTA com-
mittee under the chairmanship of
Mrs. James Ruby: Mrs. Norman
Giller, president of the PTA, Mrs.
M. Morgan, Mrs. William Segal,
Mrs. Jules P. Channing, Mrs. Leon
Epstein, Mrs. Joseph Abelow, Mrs.
George Margolis and Mrs. Robert
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r^ealm of <*^c
Taffeta Gown
For Mrs. Tesler
Dianne Rubenstein and Stanley i
G. Tesler exchanged vows at 6:30
p.m. Saturday. Nov. 23. in the
Fontainebleau hotel. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman officiated.
The bride is the daughter of
Mrs. Will'am D. Rubenstein and
the late Mr. Rubenstein. 4285 N.
Meridian ave.. Miami Beach. The
groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Tesler. Fayeltev ille. \. C.
The bride chose a faille taffeta
gown, with French lace bodice and
paneled sk'rt of chapel length, all
encrusted with pearls and sequins.
Her lace crwn. encrusted with
pearls and sequins to match the
gown, featured a three-tiered
French illusion veil. She carried
lilies-of-the-valley centered with
white orchids.
Maid of honor was the bride's
sister. Bonnie Rubenstein Brides-
maids were Mrs Daniel Grossman
The groom's father was best
nan for his son. and ushers in-i
eluded Harold Kadis and Milton'
Block.
The brde attended the I'niver-1
Mty of Miami. Her husband re- I
reived a BS degree in banking and
finance at the University of North
Carolina:,
Recention and dinner followed
at the Fonta'nebleau. After a wed
ding trip to Mexico City and Aca-
pulco, the couple will reside ill
Fayetteville.
*!j. *ottsT uimnm
David Bares
*s. stanhy rrsi
They Exchange
'Miss' for 'Mrs.'
Miss Joan Barbara Furman be-
i the bride af Jerry leader in
Veranda room of the Saxony
on Sunday. Nov 24 The re-
ceptioa waa held m the Pagoda
i
She is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. George Furman. 300 69th st..
Miami Beach The bridegroom is
the son of Mr and Mrs. Louis
Leader. 19530 N\V 8th ave.
The couple are honeymooning
on a Caribbean cruise and in Ja-
ca.
Mrs, Leader graduated from Mi-
am; Beach High School and attend-
ed the University of Alabama Mr
I der graduated from the Uni-
versity of Florida with a degree in
unting.

Fried-Weintitr
Miss Lynn Ruth Weinsier and
Cl.lford M Fried were married on
Sunday, Nov. 24. at Temple Lsrael
in Orlando.
and Mrs. Stanley C. Weinsier. of
Orlando. The bridegroom i- the
son of Mr. and Mrs Louis Fried.
350 6 The couple will honeymoon in
Califorina and Mexico They will
live in Orlando
Mrs, Fried graduated from
Boone High School in Orlando and
attended the University of Florida,
where she was a member of Alpha
Epsilon Phi.
Mr. Fried graduated from Miami
Beach High School. He attended
the University of Florida where he
was a member of Pi Lambda Phi.
Garwiti-Tucker
Miss Jean Tucker became the
bride of Albert Garwiti in Temple
Israel ceremonies Sunday after-
noon. Nov. 24.
The bride, formerly of 8911 Haw-
thorne ave. Miami Beach, is the
daughter of Mrs. Joseph Allen,.
Tucker. Mr. Garwitz ,s ,he son of Bible
Mrs Rose Gilbert. San Francisco.
The couple will honeymoon in
Jamaica.
The former Miss Tucker
uated from Miami Beach
Bronx Rites for
Robert Ellinports
Barbara Anne Urett became Mrs.
Robert Ellinport in 8:30 p.m.
double ring ceremonies Sept. 8 at
Burnsjde Manor. Bronx. NY. Rabbi
Jacob Marcus officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mrs.
Alfred Urett and the late Mr.
Urett. 1330 Flamingo Way. Miami
Beach. Her husband's parents are
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Ellinport
Rego Park. NY.
The bride chose a traditional
wedding gown of Italian satin and
imported alencon lace, featuring a
bouffant skirt and lace panels em-
broidered with seed pearls.
Her skirt extended into a chapel
train. Also featured were a high
neckline and long sleeves to wrist-
point. The three-tier French illu-
sion veil fell from a crown of
matching alencon lace and seed
pearls, fingertip length.
The bride carried white orchids
and hhes-of-the-vailey on a white
Levine. Logun
Exchange Vows
With her grandmother's weddine
band. Miss Sandy Elaine Levine be
ThmMle ^ f A,bert ^wn.
The Alhambra room of the Seville
hotel was the setting for the double
ring, candlelight ceremony, which
Rabbi Irving Lehrman performed
Thanksgiving Day.
The bride is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Dan Levine, 1818 Merid-
ian ave.. Miami Beach. The bride-
groom is the son of Mrs. Faye Lo-
gun. Key West, and Irving Golden
I berg, New York City.
The bride wore a floor-length
gown of imported peau de soie
with inserts of reembroidered alen-
con lace, a scoop neckline and
cathedral train The floor-length
veil of embroidered Italian lace
was brought back by her parents
from Paly. It was held by a crown
of pearls and lace. She carried or-
ehlda on her sister's confirmation
Bible
ttaid of honor was Miss June Le-
vine. sister of the bride, and ma-
tron of honor was Mrs. Irwin Levie.
Bridesmaids were Ilene Brodsky
Marcia Edelman. Phyllis Sansolo
and Sandy Siegel. The bride's sis-
'ter. Diane, was junior bridesmaid,
and her cousin. Marcia Levine, was
flower girl.
Leonard Logun was his brother's
best man. Ushers were Stewart
Logun. groom's brother. Mel Har-
n- Bernard Eisner and Irwin
Levie
The bride is a graduate of Miami
Beach High School and the I'm
ver-ity of Miami. The groom is
a graduate of New York University
and is now attending the Univer-
sity of Miami school of medicine.
He will graduate in June.
After a reception at the Seville.
the couple left for a honeymoon in
Havana. Cuba, and will live at 790
SW 9th st.. Miami.
Out-of-town guests included Mr.
and Mrs Philip Levine. I. Brofman.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Eisner, Mr.
and Mrs Harold Eisner. Mrs. Anne
Levine. Mr. and Mrs. Israel Eisner.
Miss Irene Goodman, all of New
York, and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Logun. Mr and Mrs Manuel Jacob-
son. Herman Gordon and Mrs
Evelyn Benfonta. all of Key West
Bergens Will
Live in Miami
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Mi. 412WUBJ
grad-
High
Her attendants were Mrs. Pin-
cus Hoffman, matron of honor;
Miss Gladys Garber. maid ol hon-
or. Miss Beverly Urett. junior
bridesmaid:. and Marilyn Urbach
n. w* ,agM Dr | ^J*i^.tt\Z%22E. -S-S
Membership Party Saturday
North Shore Post and Auxiliary
677. Jewish War Veterans, wll hold
a membership party Saturday1
evening at the Biltmore Terrace
hotel. In charge of information are !
Mrs. Joseph Goodman and Leo- '
nard Cohen.
sened
Army.
three
years with the U.S.
Dade Chapter Meeting
Dade Men's chapter of American
Jewish Congress met at the Seville
hotel Wednesday. Harry Levy pre-
sided.
Abrams Andol*
mmJSi ,Krs [,eorRe A Abrams
will make their home in Kev West
after the.r wedding trip to Panama
The couple exchanged vows Sat-
urday Nov ^ the ^
Rabbi Morris Skop.
R.LheAbrJdr '"Lihe dauhter of Mrs.
Rita Andole. 680 SW 9th st. He is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Irwin
Abrams. 4765 E 8th st.. Hialeah
Mrs. Ahramc .. > ,,,
Miami
Abrams attended
Leonard Ellinport was best man
p.' ,!? br'her +* included
RonaldI Hickers. Stan Nestrech and
Louis Ellinport.
Mrs Ellinport attended Miami
* "'8hlSchl- Vaduated from
Lear school, and was a senior at
he I n.vers.ty of Miami, majoring
in medical technology.
Mr. Ellinport is a graduate of the
Inuersity of Mumi. wh
ceived a BBA degree. He "JJ
rtntly associated with an export
tars** ARS
M*S. LlADlt
The couple, after spending ih..r
t1*k ^h00' and Dav,!i ,n>'ilr of h"n>moon in Canada and *..'
Miss Frogel Heads
Young Adult Council
i^'SS ^j1*' Fro8el has been dec
led president of the j-Wlu v C'
SsSsSSSS
"> 'he South nZffS* grUps
ES\ffSir?J5**!
mm. mid
ms. cAtw/rz
Miss Sheila Lenore Makstein and
Robert Louis Bergen exchanged
wedding vows Thanksgiving Day at
Beth David Congregation. Rabbi
Yaakov Rosenberg performed the
ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel A. Makstein. 2210
SW 5th ave.. Miami The groom's
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Samuel K.
Bergen. 15740 NE 4th ave.. N. Mi-
ami Beach.
The bride had as her attendants
Mrs. Jay Rossin. matron of honor,
her sister. Marsha Makstein, as
maid of honor. Bridesmaids were
Judy Miller. Mary Sesal and Fred
ericka Lewis.
Jay Rossin was best man. Ushers
were Martin Garden. Fernando
Storch. and Robert Shevin.
The bride's gown was of chan-
tilly lace and tulle over white satin
with a Queen Elizabeth neckline.
long pointed sleeves and bouffant
skirt Her fingertip-length veil fell
' from a tiara, and she wore a neck-
jlace of oriental pearls. She car
ined a white Bible with white or
chids and stephanotis.
The bride is a graduate of Miami
High School and the University of
Florida. She is now teaching ele-
mentary school. The bridegroom!
graduated from Miami High and
the University of Florida. He is!
a member of Pi Lambda Phi.
After a reception at Beth David. I
the couple left for a honeymoon in
***" They will live at 1401 SW
32nd ave. Miami.
MS. toasrr
Tickets Go on Uk
Max Sck.ill. nun**9 M
Roosevelt Cinerama T*l
nounced this weekiMl
go on sale Monday I*"'
Cinerama product**. '
Thomas' "Search fr ^H
scheduled to have ""H
miere Wednesday eve*?
18. The Roosevelt T*PI
office, where tickets Wl
Cinerama adventure kJi
secured, will be cpajitT
10 am. to 9:30 p. *
days from 12 noon to >f
endar clearance, and other forms
of coordinated activity.
Miss Frotl Is immediate past
pr.s.dent af the Miami Group af
Jun.ar Medateeh. and mi, year
wa. selectedl as "President of me
Y*r~ at me Presidents' Ball
"red by the Council for the
Younq AM W**j J
Combined J**'**1 *"*
Miss Fmsel has bee"'
of Miami f-r II yean ^
a representative oo ijjl
three yea- Th I
a parncipant m ti
stitu.e in Isnel ^?
Jewivh Agency and -
sah
Also elected .""^i
president. Ira*
preMdent of Tenje
Young Adults; stJTJJ
nor Bogisb. wjl-
Younu reop&M': ,
Mus Harnet F^i
rf Miami BeKb Groaf
Hadassah. g
cmjcc **!-?
Young Adult 0
Pearl.


svember 29, 1957
* Jewish fhridilain
Page 7B
[Israel,1 Sara Tal, Will Wed
s Schine of Noted Hotel Clan
kel for 1956 and 1957,
Tal, is the bride-elect of
fehard Schine, son of Mr.
Iyer Schine, Boca Raton,
le. N.Y., and New York
,er wedding is planned,
is the daughter of Mr.
il. Binstok, of Tel Aviv,
|e studied music and art
Jed the Hebrew Under-
spent two years in the
jy as a soldier.
Bnt she is living in New
line was born in Glovers-
Mtended Fesseden School,
Exeter and Harvard Uni-
|He is with the Antlers
nrado Springs, Colo.

lleiman Jacobfon
kttye Sandra Gleiman and
[jacobson will be married
Baltimore, Md.
hhe daughter of Mr. and
J. Gleiman, Baltimore,
[son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
kon, 1755 Washington ave.,
bach.
(eiman is a graduate of Mt.
Bpital school of nursing,
pson attended Brandeis
and graduated from the
of Miami.
Rationed with the armed
Washington, D.C. Upon
torn the service in June,
pson will return to Miami
resume management of
?> hotel.
o o
lldman Ostrowsky
is the wedding date set
Judith Feldman, daughter
id Mrs. Frank Feldman,
11th st., and David Os-
Ison of Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
kwsky, Bronx, N.Y.
feldman is a graduate of
|igh. Mr. Ostrowsky at-
chools in New York City
ed with the Army for two
uple will live in New York
Morris Gordon
Id Mrs. Lewis Morris, 9881
I Harbor dr., Miami Beach,
the engagement of their
f, Babs to Danny Gordon.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Her-
rdon. Millis, Mass.
Drdon is a graduate of the
Ity of Miami, which Miss
ilso attended.
uple will be married Jan.
26 in the Algiers hotel. They will
live on Keystone Island.

Steinberg Abel
Mr. and Mrs. Leo C. Steinberg,
2200 SW 16th ter., announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Wanda, to Stewart Abel, the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Abel, 3120 SW
5th st.
Miss Steinberg snd Mr. Abe! are
graduates of Miami High School
and attend the University of Mi-
ami.
Miss Steinberg is a member of
Sigma Lambda Phi, women's ser-
vice sorority and corresponding
secretary of Delta Phi Epsilon.
Mr. Abel is majoring in architec-
tural engineering and is on the stu-
dent body government. He won
first piece in the South Florida
Science Fair and placed fourth na-
tionally.
A June wedding is planned.

Gibbs Berman
Miss Marcia Lee Gibbs and Alan
Bruce Berman are planning a Feb-
ruary wedding.
She is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. David Oibba, of DeLand. He
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George
Berman, 575 N. Shore dr., Miami
Beach.
Miss Gibbs attended Sophie New-
comb College in New Orleans,
where she wai a member of Alpha
Epsilon Phi, the Ballet Dance club
and the staff of the college year-
book, Jambalaya. She now attends
Emory University in Atlanta, Ga.
Mr. Berman received his AB de-
gree in architecture from the Uni-
versity of Florida, where he was a j
member of Tau Epsilon Phi and ]
served in the Air Force.

Subin Leitner
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Subin,
5900 Pinetree dr.. Miami Beach, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Paula, to Steven U. Leit-
ner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Leitner, 1665 SW 18th st.
The wedding will take place Feb.
2 at the Eden Roc.
Miss Subin is a graduate of Mi-
ami Beach High School. She at-
tended Sarah Lawrence College
and plans to continue her studies
at the University of Miami follow
ing the wedding. She is a member
of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority.
Mr. Leitner attended Miami High
School. He received his AB degree
at the University of Chicago and
LLB at the University of Miami.
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R. Scharlin, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Scharlin,'and grandson of
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Povill, 240
Lenope dr., Miami Springs.
Miss Goodman is a graduate of
Miami Beach High School. She
attended Northwestern University
and graduated from the University
of Miami, where she was a member
of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority and
numerous campus honoraries, in-1
eluding Nu Kappa Tau.
Mr. Scharlin graduated from<
Brooklyn College and Brooklyn
Law School and has been admitted
to practice law in New York and
Florida.
During his more than three
years in the U.S. Navy, he served
as legal special attache to the
Sixth Naval District. He is pres-
ently associated with Daniel Sepler
in the practice of law.
Girls Clubs Hold
Show on Friday
Fashions by Clothes Horse of
Lincoln rd., will be featured at the
teen-age fashion show and tea
given by Amicus and Sigma Lamb-
da igma girls ciuhs, which are
sponsored by the Beach Branch of
the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center, Friday, 2 p.m., at
the Seville hotel.
Modeling clothes will be Carole
Miller, Jane Rubin. Linda Matz,
Marsha Blacker Cookie Kupper and
Flora Esformci, from Sigma Lamb-
da Sigma.
Maddy Gluckman, Deane Gran-
off, Linda Apnelbaum, Phyllis
Abramson, Elaine Pascal and
Bunny Behrman will represent
Amicui.
In addition, four boys have also
been selected to model, they are
Barry Festoff, Jim Shapro, Marty
Topp and Don Klein.
Day Camps Set
During Vacations
For parents who have been won-
dering what they will do to occupy
their children during the two-week
winter vacation period which looms
ahead, the Greater Miami Jewish
Community Center is setting up a
schedule of activities at its four
branch locations beginning Dec. 23
and continuing for the entire vaca-
tion period.
The programs are for boys and
girls on the elementary school
level and will emphasize field trips.
Also scheduled are athletics,
crafts, dramatics, singing and
the full range of day camp in-
terests. (
Full day programs from 9 a.m.
to 4 p.m. will be conducted at onljr
the Town and Beach Branches. Duet
to space limitations in the newer
branches, afternoon programs front
1 to 5 p.m. will be conducted there.
These locations are North County
Branch, 14036 NE 6th ave., and
Southwest Branch, 1335 SW 67th
ave.
Heard in Piano Concerto
Miss Estelle Pappas played tho>
Rachmaninoff Concerto in B minor
at the Miami Beach auditorium
Sunday with the Miami Beach Civic
Orchestra under the baton of Bar-
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Miami, Florida
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23 Sprinters Picked To ODenT
II. .-ill... I hv frtur Ul O_____ ....
They are in exact same positions they occu-
pied when photographed as members of Beth
David Conlirmation Class of 1951. Front row
(left to right) are Leonard Tobin, Evelyn (Mrs.
Een) Clein. Belle (Mrs. Edward) Peyser, Janet
(Mrs. Norman) Jonas, Nellie (Mrs. Sid) Kaplan
and Ida (Mrs. Michael) Forer. Middle row are
Arnold Rubin, Jerome Weinkle. Jeannette (Mrs.
Ted) Simon, Jennie (Mrs. George) Burney, Mau-
rice Cromer and Louis Spector. Rear are Rabbi
S. M. Machtei. Mrs. Machtei. Stanley C. Myers
and Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg.
Headed by four Hasty House
Farm representatives, including
Grandpaw, winner of one division
of the race last year, 23 sprinters
wore nominated for the $10,000
added Inaugural Handicap which
uas to headline Tropical Park's
opening program on Thanksgiving
Day.
In addition to Grandpaw, the for
midable Hasty House Farm named
K'ng Bruce II, conqueror of
Swoon's Son in winnine the $25,000
added Meadowland Handicap at
Washington r'ark this year, Aysha,
a Chilean import and Big Pond,
swift three-year old son of Ponder.
Other strong contender* for
top honors in the Inaugural war*
to include Mrs. L. G. Bishop's
Dark Ruler, WheaHoy Stablo's
Gray Phantom, and Eddia Sira-
vo's Pino Echo. '
Dark Ruler, claimed from the
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A Little Older, A Little Wiser, They Meet Again
They were all "just a little" old- ----------------------------------------------------------------------
r. They were all a little tempered
by the wiser insights of being
grown ups. But they were reliving
to the hilt ther days as members
of the Beth David Congregation
Confirmation Class of 1931 in the ,
good old days 26 years ago.
All of this took place at the
home of Mrs Michael i Ida Engler)
Forer, 2121 SW 24th ave herself
a member of that claM.
A "To Toll the Truth" gam*
included biography sketch?* of
the guests, who joined with their
former spiritual leader. Rabbi
S M. Machtei, and teacher,
Stanley C. Myers. '
..king on with gay eye was
peth David's spiritual leedtr to-
da\, Kabbi Yaakov Rosenberg.
Letters from out of-towners who
could not attend included Aaron
I lenbluk, Mrs. Meyer (Elsie
Reisman) Levin. Myron Marks
and John Kronenfeld. One confirm-
ajd, Bernice Schwartz, was re-
numbered in fond memory she
ha= since passed away.
Next reunion will be held in 1981.
fifty years from the original date.
At1'I everyone promised to at-
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Four Navy fliers, back in United States after three years in
South Pacific during World War H return to San Francisco on
unexpected four-day leave and find in Jayne Mansfield some
of things they've been fighting for. Story of their fantastic ex-
periences is riotous comedy, "Kiss Them for Me." Cary Grant,
Jayne Mansfield and Suzy Parker star in CinemaScope. Tech-
nicolor motion picture, now Dlaying at Wometco's Carib, Mi-
ami. Miracle and Gateway theatres.
E'nai B'rith Social Council will hold first
charity ball Saturday night at Alcazar hotel.
Members of committee planning event include
below (left to right) Irma Kofi. Bernice Bobkoff"
and Ada Gordon. Above (left to right) are
Dorothy Alpert, Irene Tager, Dorothv Mosk.
Fay Sonn and Sylvia Feinberg. Chairman
Betty Robbins is not shown. Council president
Byron M. Edelman said proceeds are for local
Bnai Bnth Jforth Organization and Hillel
House at Un|ersity of Miami. Music by six-
pf.ee orchesr is courtesy of grant from trust
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L November 29. 1957
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1.000 Expected at Miami Beach Rail;?
To Mark Decade Since UN Partition
.hi narTiHo^fV > ?"?C P"1** N,ti0M "">tattai advocating
MwSTffi e a e rea,ion f *** ***in ,h1.
Former Sen. Claude Pepper, in
the forefront of United Stales and
UN efforts to secure the resolution,
will be principal speaker at the
commurrty-wule rally sponsored .
by the Miami Beach Zionist Dis-
trict.
SAUL GENET
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Dr. David S. Andron, presi-
dent of the 1,200 member dis-
trict, will report on the recent
60th annual convention of the
Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica and outline plans for the
coming year of the Beach or-
ganization. Largest Zionist body
in the South, the Beach Dis-
trict has sponsored numerous
anniversary celebratio.is for
Israel in the past.
Saul Genet and Gerald Schwartz,
co-chairmen of the meeting, re*
reelected chairman of ths Zionist
Council of South Florida, and
Seymour B. Liebman, immediate
past president of 1'm> eoWroast
rigion of the ZOA, also will par-
ticipate in the program, Genet
said.
Schwartz said that ail rabbis in !
Miami Beacb agreed to announce!
j the rally at Sabbath services this
| week, and to comment nn the sig-
nificance of the l"N resolution. The ,
I United Nat'ons aotlon led directly;
to the proclamation of Israeli in-
dependence on May 14, 1948.
Detailed plans for t'lc year-Ions
celebration of the 10'h anniversarv I
of Israel will be discussed at the ,
meeting, according to Dr. Andron. i
The Zionist District expects to
make the anniversarv its major j
ported that every Zionist, Labor project for the year, along with an
P
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Newly elected oficer-s of Amity 23 Club prepare with staff of
Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, which sponsors
qrotp at Beach Branch, for an ac.ivs season ahead. Shown
are frcnt row (left to right) Arthur Robuck, vice president; Wil-
liam Rich, presiden:; and Sylvia Rosen3tein, secretary. Stand-
ing are Arnold Piskin UefO. Beach Eranch supervisor, and Ger-
ald Koppele, group worker. Not shown is treasurer Sue Gri-
maldi.

Zionist, Hadassah, Pioneer Wom-
en, Mizrachi, Farband and other
affiliated groups of the Zionist
Council have pledged support of
the rally, which will be the only-
one in South Florida observing the
occasion.
A. Arthur Pekelnsr, recently
Temple lion Men's Club
To Install Officers Friday
Reuben Lederman will be install-
ed president of Temple Zion Men's
Club during ceremonies at Friday
evening services.
Others to be installed are Bill
Pollack, Phil Sinclair and Bernard
Miller, vice presidents; Jerry Good-
effort to double the membership.
Working with Genet and
Schwartz on the rally are the
following chairmen: Theodore
Trushin, program; Joseph Alter
and Ben Appel, organization co-
ordination; David Goodwin, pub-
lic relations; Jack Fishman,
synagogue and temple coopera-
tion; Albert Ossip, distinguished
guests; Aba Rubin, general ar-
rangements; and Julius Trushin,
speakers' division.
The program will begin at 8 p.m.
and no reserved seats are avail-
able. Genet said the general pub-
lic is invited.
Because of the recently increas-
ed tension on the Jordanian-Israeli
border a careful review of the res-
rich, corresponding and recording olution that in effect led to the es-
DAV7D AMMtOH
secretary; Max Rubin, treasurer;
and AI Groden, financial secretary.
tablishment of both nations is vital
to every Jew, according to Genet.
Dore Senary, who visited Israel last summer, has written "Sen-
timental Journey," series of sketches which he produced
for annual Weizmann dinner at New York Waldorf-Astoria,
Nov. 26. From left are Abraham Feinberg, president, Amer-
ican Committee for Weizmann Institute of Science, Dewey D.
Stone, chairman of board of governors, and Schary, noted mo-
tion picture executive.
M
iwest Will
ill Officers
irie will be installed pres-
Southwest Jewish Center
'ionics Thursday evening.
In the Great Gables restau-
to be installed by Milton
n include Louis Goldin,
re president; Robert Rich-
cond vice president; Char-
peman, treasurer; Murray
financial secretary; Rose
^responding secretary.
Winit, recording secre-
)rman Richman, education,
Irooks, ritual; Frank Fried,
^ship; Leonard Harris, fi-
Dave Harris, house; and
{Miller, building.
Grossman and Rose Cole-
members at large.
u Issues
demerit Here
labbinical Council of Great-
^mi dismissed Rabbi Isaac
rom its membership at a
here Nov. 14.
txplain-ng its action, the
charged that Rabbi Ever
ffihated with "any of the
}I Orthodox rabbinic or-
lions such as the Rabbmical
Rabbinical Alliance and
udas Horabonim."
pocal R.C.A. also issued an
ban (Issur) against ritual
erers (schocht'm) who are
er its supervision.'
ll Membership Tea
Bs' Auxiliary of Norman
[Brown Post 174 JWV, will
its annual membership tea
from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Re-
Club, 1947 W. Flagler st.
lelman will present a folw-
Oscar Rappaport will be
|in vocal selections, accom-
1 on the piano by Mrs. Mary
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David, sen of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Kulok, became Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Emanu-El
Thursday, Nov. 21. Dr. Irving
Le/rman officiated. David is
en eighth grade student at
Lear School and attends Tem-
ple Emanu-Q religious
school.
Hcrvev. son of Mr. end Mrs.
Sol Multer, 840 80th St., will
become Bar M.tzvah Satur-
day momii: .-. 30, at
North Shore Jewish Center.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
will officiate. Harvey is a
student in religious school of
Center and attends Nautilus
Junior High.
Jacobson Bar
Mitzvah Saturday
Stephen Robert, son of Mrs. Celia
Jacobson and thelate Jack Jacob-
Jacobson and the late Jack Jacob-
son. 5591 S\V 5th tar., will become
Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning,
Nov. 30 at Flagler-C.ranada Jewish
Community Center. Rabbi Murray
Alstct will officiate.
Stephen is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Knloch Park Junior High
School. Last year, he won first
place award for all seventh and
Mghth traders in the -Science Fair
ai KinliK'h P.irk. a> well as honor-
able mention in the South Florida
Regional Science Fair.
He bis he-ri ,-i student at Flagler-
Granada for the past three years.
Buffet supper and danc'ng will
honor Stephen at the (Cuter Satur-
day. Out-of-town guests will in-
clude Col and Mrs. Lewil M. Wein-
sVm and children David and Lou-
ise. Waban Mass ; and Dr. and
M>- Sidney weinstein and chil-
dren Da\ (I. Daniel and Michael, of
W. Oram:e. N.J.
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In
urer,
Robert Lewis, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Gerald J. Wolfson. 1815
SW 23rd st.. will become Bar
Mitzvah at Beth David Con-
cregation Saturday, Nov. 30.
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg will
officiate. Reception and din-
ner will be held at Fontaine-
bleau hotel Sunday evening.
Robert is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Shenandoah Junior
High School.
Leon, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Firtel, will become Bar
Mitzvah Saturday morning at
Temple Emanu-El. Leon is an
eighth grade honor student
at Hebrew Academy, vice
president of Academy's
student body, chairman of
Student Council, caDtain of
school patrol, and attends
Temple Emanu-El religious
school.
Academy Dinner
Plans to be Aired
Here on Sunday
Wolfie Cohen, recently designat-
ed as chairman of the 10th anni-
versary dinner of the Hebrew
Academy, will outline plans for the
Jan. 26 function at a meeting of
the Academy's board of directors
Sunday morning at the Sterling
hotel.
B. I. Binder, prcs'dent of the
largest Hebrew day school in the
South, will preside at the breakfast
meeting, scheduled for 9:30 a m.
Cohen i* expected to revtal the
themo of the dinner, which will
be coordinated with the concur- I
ront 10th anniversary of the in-
dependence of the Stete of Is-
rael. More than 750 persons are
xpected to attend the Sloe...
couple dinner of the Hebrew
Academy at the Fontainebleau
hotel Jan. 26.
Cohen, who also served as chair-
man of last year's dinner, is a
member of the board of directors
of the Dade County Multiple Seler- j
osis Society" and of the Jim Dooley '
Club. He is active in the Miami
Beach Chamber of Commerce, i
Bayshore Exchange Club. National
Cardiac Children's Home and
Fight for Sight Committee.
The Miami Beach business and'
civic leader, who now operates the '
Rascal House restaurant, has had
seven successful restaurants. He
is married and has two children
Hebrew-Speakinq C/ob
"Moadon," Hebrew- speaking
Club here, will meet Saturday eve-
D-ng at Temple Emanu-El. Dr. Jo-
seph Zuckerbraun will discuss the
Weekly Portion, and Paul Kwitney
will present a progress report on
the State of Israel. He has recently
returned from a tour there. Com-
munity singing will conclude the
progro m.
imriHKv Me**fir CalM
Hillel Advisory Council president
Theodore R. Wayne this week an-
nounced an emergency meeting of
the Council Monday evening, 8:30
p.m.. at Hillel House. Wayne said
the meeting is being called at the
special request of E. Albert Pallot.
president of B'nai B'rith District 5.
Athletic Leagues
Active Again
TAC Athletic Leagues of the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center opened last week with vol-
leyball and touch football games
involving groups from the Miami
YM & YWHA. Southwest YMHA
Branch, and Temple Judea exten
sion program.
Opening the football league. Les-
lie Gross and Donald Soldinger
scored three touchdowns between
them in leading the Panthers to an
18-6 victory over the Emanons.
In volleyball competition, Zeta
eta Gemma rolled ever the
Gem. and Jewels, while Theta
Tau won two straight to defeat
Tri.Tikvehs.
Sehwart?8 *
Barcefona
Resident Ml
I";'"' s Lipkin. &
! appointed read
<>f the new Hotel b*,
mc ui December*!
'in< ave.. j!was,
'"k Prker. man
the new hotel.
kin-a native of J_
as previously j.|, j
flower, .\;nome: P"iaJ
" "lent manager. rkZa
v hotel, iliac, gJ"!
inanaeer, and^H
"Serof Cray-, hutelajjT
Jackson. Ml.
He also was associatBl|
ly with Jack Parker.i
"r of the CasillaaL
Miami Beach, andmdefa.
hotel'.s New York G;y aaj
has been in the hotel afl
yean,
Herman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Gerzog, became Bar
Mitzvah Saturday. Oct. 19,
at Israelite Center. Herman
is a student at Israelite Cen-
ter religious school.
Unveiling of Monument
A monument will be unveiled for
Samuel M. Grundwerg Sunday
Dec. 1, 12:30 p.m., at Mt. Nebo
Cemetery. Mr. Grundwerg was a
founder of the Hebrew Academy
and its treasurer until bit death
Ted Allen, son of Mr. and
Mrs. David Grossberg, 4345
Jefferson ave.. Miami Beach,
will become Bar Mitzvah Sat-
urday morning. Nov. 30, at
Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi
Leon Kronish will officiate.
fhy i J?eWM a" officcr in "
Beth Jacob, Beth Tfilah and Beth
Israel Congregations. He was also
Fund* a'n "it *"* Na,'on'
Fund, as well as a director of
Yeshiva University in New York
and Mesifta in Brooklyn, N y
With more than 300 students
"ow attendinq the Hebrew Acad-
emy and its branch in Coral Ga-
b'et, the dinner's success "is an
absolute necessity to insure our
cont.nued development," Cohen
it id.
A pictorial journal, outlining the
progress of the academy from its
'ncepoon to date, also will be pub-
Usbed under the guidance of the
7,\,Acadomy Women- cord-
ng to Harry Genet, chairman of
ac9HCXPCU,,Vc comttee of the
academy. c
Culsleab0narn1 "l!?'"* alS djS"
tn L projcc,ed "'srael Award"
rhni^ Kr'Ven "' ^ di"n". the
choice of a guest speaker, and ar-
rangements for the program
Marseilles Kashrvtj, facilities
u L announced this -*
that the^Marseilles "has achieve?
SWLSSS
Gefter said. ,he Dal,on.
Other Greater Miami Jewish
Community Center groups sched-
uled to participate in the TAC lea-
gues are the Barracudas. Gamma
Phi Epsilon. Alpha Sigma Tau and
the Golden Eagles in football, and
Phi Delta. Kappa Tau, Double
Kays. Jimjacks and the Keen Teens
Henry F. Broun tal
named banquet moatl
McAllister hotel A *~
New Yorker, Broun taj
with Miami Schint
unit for five yea*,
million-dollar pjopanl
ornteH McAllister.
ty and smorgasbord >i e p r"
Elementary "schSl TufX'*"***
nin, 8:30 P.m Tuesday eve-
Seymour Rechtseit. star of radio, television and **
hu favorite Chanuka gift-Seagram's VO. ^fTyO
*y Rechtzeit. "the) superior flavor of ^^Ir***
p **?* for any imcha." Take a tip ^mfelzZ^'f0i
for Chanuka mrm give whiskey that hooon-


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Nothing New Seen Under the Sun;
Patriarchs Tracked Satellites Also
*r
f. P. Sadowski (right) presents key to Florida's newst
ley Colony Beach to Mayor Kenneth Oka of Miami
Jn return. Mayor Oka gives Sadowski key to his own
ility. Key Colony Beach, built by Sadowski within
le years, is first city to be incorporated in Florida Keys
learssince Key West became a municipality in 1828.
OL
ituarles
l SARAH BERMAN
Euclid ave., died Nov. 2t.
hi, re i" .ii -. -Mi' is iur-
I husband, David; two
mid Herbert! a daughter.
Sanger; two alotera and
idchlldi en Bt rvloae ere
Itlveralde-Beaoh Memorial
Eli li.irl.il In Mt. Nebo Cein-
IS. SADIE BROWN
|\v Itth ave., died Nov. 24.
here 1" yeara, she leaven
^ ; (wo daughters, Mrs. Nellie
Mis Huth Solomon; seven
jpn and six ureat-a:rand-
[s vices were Nov. 2r> hi
oil Home, with burial in
emetery.
IYMAN JOTKOFF
ME ITl'th lor., died Nov. 2S.
[huti-her. he had lived here
.Surviving him are his
e; son. Herald; a tlaiiKh-
l:...i.i Koaory; a brother,
prs and three grandchildren,
ere Nov. 24 at Rlverside-
Imorlal Chnpel, with burial
ai Ometery.
18. BETTY QRAUER
Hay rd., died Nov. 22. A
tiiirae. she had been a rcsi-
[12 yeara, She leaves her son,
Ind two sisters, Mrs. Rose
(ml Mrs. Anna Abrams. Ser-
Nov. 24 at Hellman Funeral
|h farther services and burial
ik City.
ISELL W. CHESSLER
NK 1*1 at St., died Nov. 22.
eel a retail furniture busl-
rvlvora include his fflfe,
two sons, l>avld and I1<-i-
>e daughters. Elaine, I'hyllls
lie and a Kramlchild. S,u -
If Nov. 24 at Riverside I!, .','i
Chapel, with burial In Lake-
torlal l\.ik.
MOSES BERMAN
l."> BW l.'ilh st.. died Nov. IS.
prwned Kenny a -Reetaurant,
ml live, for is years Bur-
I Ills \\ ffe, Lotllae; two sole.
land Lynn: three Rianrichil-
t'l two ilatera, lira, Belle
and .Mis. Lillian Gordon,
Iwi-re Nov. 24 at Rivel i le-
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Welch te. H
Txw Qalda.
Reach Memorial Chapel, with burial
in Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
DAVID M. SIDDER
14. of 2S3i) Ptaefree dr., dead Nov. 10,
A resident here years, he Is aur-
vfved by his wife. Cell*; iwo sons.
Sidney and llicliard. anil a daughter.
Mis. I,con,,re l.fpkls. Services anil
burial were in Detroit, with Newiiian-
liorilnn Kuneral Home in charge of
local arrangements.
BENJAMIN BANKS
1. of 4H1 SW Hth st., died Nov. 21. A
barber, he had been a resident here
for 27 years. Surviving; are his wife,
Lillian: a brother and a sister Bel -
vices were Nov. 22 at Riverside Reach
Memorial Chapel, with burial In -Mt
Sinla Cemetery.
DAVID FRUCHTMAN
9, of 2401 Coral way, died while visit-
ing in New York. A retired nun's
clothing- salesman, he had been a resi-
dent here 11 years. He leaves his
wife, Sylvia; two daughters, Mrs.
Leonard (Ireen and Mrs Shirley Rose;
and two grandchildren. Services and
burial were In Gainesville.
Bv R1BBI TIBOR H. STERN
Beth Jacob Congregation
We h.ive known tor a long time
that a man-made satellite can be
launched. Uncertain were only the
details concerning its performance,
its orbit, height, and its services
to, m an kind. Out- doubts, do not,n4
now that Sputnik is in the sky.
However to matters concerning
man directly, we have before us a
much graver and more serious
question; that is the relationship
of the man made satellite to God
and to religious faith in general.
The Psalmist writes (115-15):
"The heavens are the heavens of
the Lord. But the earth hath He
given to the children of men." By
the token of these words we are
commanded not to invade outer
space, an area which was not des-
tined for man. Because man was
given dominion over the fish of the
sea and over the fowl of the air
(Gen. 1:28), it seems that his rule
is limited to an area where living
things exist. Beyond that area is
forbidden territory.
First to trespass on this terri-
tory and to reach outer space
were not the Russians but their
predecessors, with a similar phil-
osophy in the early stages of his-
tory the rulers of the land of
Shineor and their infamous lead-
er, Nimrod.
The Bible tells us (Gen. 10:9):
"And Cush begot Nimrod; he began
to be a mighty one in the earth."
His mightiness is demonstrated by
instigating the building of the Tow-
er of Bable, in defiance of the
Kingdom of God. According to the
Bible commentator Rashi, Nimrod
fomented the world to revolt
against God. This statement is
further ^sustained in the Talmud
(Hagiga 15b.):
"The rabbis have studied 300 laws
concerning a flying tower (space
station)." Rashi again comments
that the sages were concerned
about the flying tower made by
Nimrod in Babel. This statement
gives us clear information that the
Tower of Babel, or the first space
SIGMUND HERMANN
m, of 710 s\V 26th id., died Nov. IS.
The proprietor of I wholesale meat
company, he had been a resident here
-h years. Surviving are his wife. El-
sie; a son, Joseph: a daughter, Mrs.
rear I Elnhorn; and five grandchildren.
Services were Nov. 19 at Gordon
Funeral Home, with burial in Mt.
Sinai Cemetery.
DR. DAVID GUTTMAN
61, of ISM Ocean dr.. died Nov. IS
formerly from Newark. N..I.. be waj
retired. He was supervisor of King
Park stale Hospital in New fork for
15 years and Supervisor of psychiatrics
at Memorial Hospital anil on the board
of examiners for the IVpt. of Medical
Hygiene of the St.i," Ol New Fork, as
w.-ii .is a member of the New- york
Board ol Peyehlatrlc Examiners. He
leave* two slaters, Mra, Brma Meyei
and Mrs. Lucille Stone, Services we-i
Nov :'i at EUveralde-Beacb Memorial
i :hapel.
MRS. RUTH FISHMAN
32. of 7:,:i ist i| died Nov. 18, \ n I
dent here five years, she Is survived
by her husband, Hyman; two sons,
Mil, hell and Harry: her parents, Mr.
nd Mrs. Samuel Alpert: and two bro-
ih, is. Services sad burial were In
Newark, N.J., with He'lman Funeral
Chapel in charge of local arrange-
ments.
JULIUS H. GORDON
73, of 1620 Jefferaon eve., died Nov. 19.
A leather goods manufacturer, he was
a resident here eight years. Survivors
Include his wife, Diana; two sons,
Joseph a and Marvin N : a daushter,
Mrs, Muriel Clemens; anil a brother
and seven grandchildren, services
MOV. 10 at Hive! -lib--lieai h Me-
morial Chapel, with burial in lii.uc-
hiiui Memorial PaTk.
ISIDOR SCHLESINOER
SO. of 2111 t*W 16th ter., died Nov IS.
A n tired restaurant owner, mum
h, ,, nine years. He i- survived bj Wi
wife, riffle; a son, Walter; two
Mra in- Levin and mi Mil-
dred Rand; 'our ilatera; a brother;
., ven arandchOdren nd five areat-
BTsndchlMren. s.-,vi. ea and burial
wore in Chicago, with R v Me-Baacft
Memorial Chapel In chant* "f ><*'
arrangements.
STEWART~BLACKMAN
63. of IM SK 4th St.. dud .Nov. IS. A
QOXVON
SVMIsAl HOMl
patent attorney, he had been a resi-
dent here 10 years. He was a retired
lieutenant commander In the Navy.
Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Doris
Weir; and two brothers. Services and
burial were In Annlston, Ala., with
Gordon Kuneial Home In eiiarge of
local arrangements.
HARRY STEINER
IS, of MM W. Dll.ido dr., died Nov. JO.
A winter resident here for the past pi
yean, be Is survived by four sisters,
including Miss Lillian Sieinei and
Mrs. Harry Wolper, both of Miami
Beach. Services tears Nov, II at New-
man-Gordon Funeral Home, with fur-
ther services and burial In Chicago.
CARL STERMAN
67. of ISO MerMan ave., died Nov. iv
a service stall......amer, Ih had i.....n
a resident here Bine years, t irvlvori
I his Wife, Sadie, an I 111:' ''-.
.lack, Abe and Meyer. Services and
Mlrtal Were ill NeW V'lk. V. 11 ll Ne
man-Gordon Funeral Home In
of local ai ranasments.
DR. HOWARD E. TATEL
well-known Waahlngrton physicist and
-on of Mr. an I M I li nan E. Tatei,
j.'.in SW ";h si., died Nov. I., at SiKe.
Springe, Md. A frequent visitor here.
Dr. Tatel was here Nov. I an.l I, mean.
mini; the the force of gravltj at Mi-
ami lute .-naiion.iv Airport, Hi
secretary ol > panel on selamolirv and
gTBVlty for the U.B. In the Ihtei na
tional Geophysical Year progrn
the principal oontrlbutor in designing
a radio ti N scope reflei tor to be Instal-
led in tin- National Radio Aatronoiny
Obeervators this summer at Or en
Rank, W. Va, He also Itaves Ilia wlm,
Molly, two children and slater.
MAX FRANK
II, of Ml Mtk st.. ilhd Nov M at a
local hospital. He was a Miami Beac I
,. ridenl for seven years, cumins
\. w York, a retired ladles sporiswesii
manufacturer, he was nun 1
Kneaetb Israel Conaregatlon, Mo -
Monteflore lx>dge, and American Mall
and cinak Manufacturer! Assn. He Is
survived by his wife. Anne; s,,n. RhB
art; two daughters, Mrs. l-Mlth Free-
man and Mra. Gloria Kfare; sister,
. i,-,. n U i -m one bi othi i
Ham. s--r> Ice wj re Nov. to ai Hen-
man Funeral Chapel, with bui
Ml. Nebo i
ALBERT CARR
I" of 7"tfl 7Sth St., d I N iv IS at a
local hospital He wa- a resident tiere
for two w,-eks. coming from Alba
N Y. A Masnn and meinher of the
Order nf Golden Bktvlea, as well as a
War ll veteran, he la survived
hv hi wi"e. meaner, and tnrei
Melvln. Howard and Murray Si
and Internient w, ,- in Mbanv, with
inrpi nenta By Hellman
Funeral Chapels.
station, was a scientific project in
a form of a satellite to wage war
against God. To substantiate the
fact that the first satellite was a
belligerent one against God, we
read the prophecy of Isaiah (14:13),
who spoke about Nebuchadnezzar,
saying:
"/TTifT flltlfTsafdst"1ri trfy heaft;
I will ascend into heaven, above the
stars of God; I will exalt my throne,
and I will sit upon the mount of
meeting, in the uppermost parts' of
the north; I will ascend above the
heights of the clouds, I will be like
the Mpst High ... Yet thou shalt
be brought down to the nether-
world to the uttermost parts of the
Pit.-
Nebuchadnezzar dreamed about
a satellite also; the conquest of
tha earth was not sufficient for
him; he too wanted to conquer
outer space. The Talmud (Hagiga
13a.) makes a most revealing ob-
servation concerning this passage
of Isaiah: "Rabbi Yohanan, tha
son of Zakkai, said, 'What did
God answer this wicked man
(Nebuchadnezzar)? God answer-
ed him. You wicked the son of
a wicked, the descendant of Nim-
rod the wicked'."
According to this sage, Nebu-
chadnezzar is related to Nimro,l,
and while we know that venially he
was not a descendant of Nimrod,
nevertheless the Talmud ignores
his blood lineage for his associa-
tion in his plan to that of Nimrod.
Both were engaged in making a
satellite to revolt against God;
therefore the wickedness of Nebu-
| chadnezzar is associated with none
other than Nimrod's.
Reaching outer space is mention-
ed in the Talmud (Bechorot 8 b.),
which relates a conference between
Rabbi Velio.'hua and the Greek
scholars in the city of Athens,
where the rabbi had proven their
challenge to reach out of space.
Another instance is mentioned
(Talmud Yerushalmi Abodah Za-
rah eh. 3; art. 1) by Rabbi Jonah
that Alexander the Great reach-
ed outer space and saw the earth
as ball and the seas like a sau-
cer.
The possibility of making a man-
made satellite is not questioned in
the Talmud. In one instance we
only doubt (Hagiga 13a.) the feas-
ability of a manned satellite be-
cause of the distance between earth
and outer space. According to Tal-
mudic studies, the distance is plac-
ed in 500 years of walking till the
first layer of outer space, and from
there we measure seven different
settings of "heavens" and eight set-
tings of "atmosphere."
According to Maimonidcs (Yod
Hachzacka, Torah Foundations, ch.
3:10) God created below the orbit
of the moon a substance different
from all other planets. This sub-
stance (earth) is composed of four
elements which are linked and
blended into one another. The
outer I'lcmtnt close to Ihe moon is
"fire." Then comes "air," then
"water," and finally "soil." No
vacuum exists between these ele-
i ments, and no vacuum exists be-
| tween the moon and the outer ele-
ment "fire."
Miimonides furthers his theory
in the fourth chapter by saying
that each element is lighter than
the other, placing them in tha
following order: soil, water, air,
and fire the lightest. By this
reasoning, fir* will shoot up
without limitation of space; tha
faster it will shoot up the surer
it is that it will not be destroyed
by tha settings of water and air.
It remains however to see if man
can protect a human being to cross
the water and air spaces and keep
him protected in the orbit of fire;
also it is doubtful if a human be-
ing can survive landing back to
atmosphere.
Nachmanides (Lev. 17:7) throws a
new light upon space travel, when
he says that through the shooting
upward of the "light elements"
such as fire, we can get informa-
tion from the planets of a bene-
ficial naturg and also of future dis-
orders; he concludes however that
such information can not be obtain-
ed in a very distant f8fure, also
that such satellites can not prevent
any future planctic disorder.
Our Talmudic sages have used
different mathematical computa-
tions in the study of outer space.
Such studies were considered a
highly guarded secret, and only the
pious and keen disciples were en-
trusted with the formulas. The
rabbis have banned any public lec-
tures on geophysics or astrophys-
ics; most of the material is found
in Cabbalistic writings not under-
standable to the average reader.
My better judgment tells me that
we in the United States lor once
do not have to envy the Russians
that they were the first ones to
make a satellite primarily be-
cause they were not the first ones;
they are only the descendants of
Nimrod; they too have a philosophy
of rebellion against God.
The essence of the matter is not
who is the first to make a satellite
but who is the iirst to make a bene-
ficial satellite. If we want to reach
Heaven, let us use the right path in
order to get there.
Grundwerg Unveiling
The Df.-licuiou of a Monument
to the Memorv of the late
SAMUtl M. GRUNDWERG
formerly of Tides Hotel
45ft! Prairie Ave., Miami Bcacii
to Piiv Their Luit Respect
Sunday, Dec. 1st, at 12:30 p.m.
a: Mt. Nebo Cemetery
Mr. GrunJwerg is survived by
his widow. Pauline, and two
sons, Moses J. Grundwerg, Lt. j,
(JK) Saul CrundwerK, US Navy. ]
Friends and Relatives Are AsJ[ed
Besvinick Unveiling
The Dedication of a Monument
to the Memory of the late
UNA BESVINICK
formerly of 401 I Prairie Ave..
will take place
Sunday, Dec. 1st, at 11 a.m.
at the Jewish Section of
Woodlau-n Parl{ Cemetery
with Rabbi Louis Rottnian
officiating.
Mrs. Besvinick it survived bv
her hu.-hand. Sam: three daug'r -
tors Bessie Chisling. Charli'tt.
Peuei and Sophie Kirk; and one
on. Sidney Besvinick.
Friends and Relative! Are
Asked to Attend.
LEGAL NOTICE
.
CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE
DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA
ti i .i.i. Ti win i.m iiiKsi: I'P.i :--
KXT.- SIIAI.I. COME, UKEKTINUSi
w i ., Sll (NET MARI >ER, ^1-
A.MI, M.iiKII'A. BANJAMIN i:i.!\s.
BAT HARBOR FLORIDA, MAX L
COHEN, MIAMI. 1-l.iilllHA. JAMBS
COHEN, MIAMI. FLORIDA, did on
the Mth daj Of April, A.D, 1S55,
to be Incorporated undet the prnvls-
jona of i 'hapl 6 -. i- lot Ida 81
FIFTH FARMINOTON CORPORA-
TION, .i i ,rnni:iii"ii. uiih Ita principal
,,|.i, of ), i- Ine hi MIAMI HE Vi'H,
I'M": iiir.STY. In the Btate "f Flor-
ida, and uiien-iis th.- proper ,.ff,, i r of
Mien corporation did on the ISth dav
of November, A.D. IWT. cauae l i-
f'ipil In the office of the Recretarj M
Btali of tin- BI ite of I-lorlda, a duly
Authenticated re-olutlon adopted liv-
,-kholders under the provlf otts
,.- -aid Chapter |lV. Florida Statutee,
ahowlng the dlanolutlon of auch corp-
oration. ,
Now. then-foil-, the Secretary or
state does hereby certlf> i" Hie fore-
otlW 'lid tlint he I* satisfied that Ihe
requirements of law have l.een com-
plied with.
IN WITNESS1 WHBREOF, I hafe
liei-eimto .set my hand and
affixed the Great Peal of the -
,.r Florida, SI Tallahassee, the
rapltal, this the NINETEENTH
of NOVEMBER, \ l>
(aaal) R. A MeAT
Becretary of Mate
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