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

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

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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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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r|ne31 Number 49
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida, Friday, December 6, 1957~
Price 20*
IAKES TAIK IH CAPITAL
\orocco King's Aide
\PoohY Red Threat;
lorried by Zionism
[WASHINGTON(JTA)-Mehdi Benovna, a special advance repre-
ativo (if King Mohammed V of Morocco, who prepared the royal visit
his country, made a sharp attack on Zionism at an institute of Mus-
Chrislian cooperation conducted here, it was revealed in the min-
iof the committee on Muslim-Christian cooperation of the institute,
ovna is a member of the Moroccan Consultative Assembly, and was
leially designated by the Foreign Ministry to assist in the prepara-
i of the King's current visit to the United States.
WJC Surprised
By Assumptions
lOf Polish Jews
3NDON(JTA)A. L. Easter-
L political director of the World
fish Congress, denied Wednes-
1 that the WJC had come to any
kement with representatives of
I Jewish community of Poland
i series of demands put forward
Ihe Polish Jews as the price of
liation with the Congress.
|astenii;in expressed "surprise"
i number of "assumptions" con-
led in a statement of the Cul-
aiitl Social Assn. of Polish
; issue! as a summation of ne-
Btions between Easterman and
, Arieh Tartakower, of the WJC
and the association. He in-
fed that there was no founda-
for an interpretation that the
i g r c s s representatives had
er accepted or acquiesced in
(deniuikls of the association.
The WJC aid* noted that dor-
the negotiations which took
kce in May, it was made clear
1 the leadership of the Polish
Continued on Page 2A
Mr. Benovna, after reviewing
cooperation of Christians and
Muslims in struggles for free-
dom, said the greatest danger to
such cooperation came from im-
perialism, Zionism and Commun-
ism. He said there was no chance
for an understanding linking
Muslims and Christians in a uni-
ted front against Communism as
long as the Moslem Middle East
must occupy itself fighting off
Zionism.
Although the conference dealt
with religious cooperation rather
Continued on Page 5 A
Dag, Gurion Talks Pivot
On Handling by Jordan
Of Mt. Scopus Convoy
JTABy Direct Teletype Wir
JERUSALEM-Unifed Nations Secretary Geneeral Dag HammarskioFd and leaders of the Israel
Government, .ncluding Premier David Ben-Gurion aid Foreign Minister Golda Meir, discussed Tuesday
ma full range of the Israel-Jordan Armistice problems, with particular reference to the Jordanian refusal
to permit a convoy to move a quantity of gasoline through Arab lines to Mt. Scopus, an Israel-held enclave
outside Jerusalem.
Tuesday's discussion was held with a full comjlement of advisors on both sides. Wednesday the
two diplomats were to meet alone for a private tal.c. after which their advisors were to be called in for
further talks.
Present beside Mr. Ben-Gurion
and Mrs. Meir were Army Chief
of Staff Moshe Dayan, Foreign
Ministry director Walter Eytan.
and Foreign Ministery department
FOR BACKGROUND, S PG. 8A
head Joseph Tekoah, who deals
with armistice affairs.
Hammarskjold was flanked by
acting chief of staff Col. Byron V.
Leary, of the UN Truce Supervis-
ion Organization, and political ad-
visor Henri Vigier. He also had
Continued on Page 7 A
Arabs Rebuked at UN
For Loose Diplomatic Talk
$1 M'lUO* GOES TO UJA
Combined Appeal Scores
Smash $2,100,000 Total
A record-shattering $2,100,000 is the sum Greater Miami will allo-
cate to meet Jewish community needs here and around the world
through the Combined Jewish Appeal.
The breath-taking figure was revealed Wednesday as the Combined
Jewish Appeal's achievement for 1957.
------------------------------------------------*
UNITED NATIONS-! JTA (-Two Arab speakers were reprimand-
ed this week by the chairman of the United Nations General Assembly's
special political committee for tactlessness in attacks on Israel during
speeches on the Arab refugee problem. They were the delegate of Iraq
and Dr. Izzat Tannous, the representative of the Palestine Arab refugees.
Chairman Emilio Arenales Cata-+ -
i Ian, of Guatemala, acted aner Am-1
bassador Abba Eban, herd of the !
Israel delegation, rising to a point
of order, objected to the Iraqi del-!
egate's lailure to refer to Israel |
properly in a speech. The chair-1
man said he could not dictate the
language of any delegate but he
appealed to all speakers to address,
ihcmselvcs to the body in a "spirit
of courtesy." i
knt
Pinkhos M. Churqin, pres-
of Bar Han University at
salem and one of nation's
landing Orthodox relig-
and educational leaders,
in New York of a stom-
ailment. He was 63. Dr.
"rgin was associated for
years with Yeshiva Uni-
sity as dean of Teachers
t;tute and professor of Jew-
history and literature.
NS).
Italian Court
Gives Catholics
Top Treatment
ROME(JTA)The Italian Con-
stitutional Court ruled Wednesday
upholding the constitutional valid-
ity of a provision of the Penal
Code which provides for heavier
penalties for offenses committed
against the Catholic Church than
against non-Catholic religions.
Jewish and Protestant circles
here attributed considerable impor-
tance to the court's decision be-
cause it implicitly confirmed Cath-
olicism as the State religion of Italy
despite Article Eight of the Con-
stitution which proclaims equality
of religions.
Article 404 of the Penal Code had
been attacked as being recognition
of a special status of the Catholic
Church in Italy in violation of
Article Eight of the Constitution.
The court based its ruling on
Article One of the Lateran Treaty
which defines Catholicism as the
State religion in Italy. This I* in-
corporated In Article Seven of
the Constitution.
The court held that the different
Continued on Page 2A
Of this total, nearly $1,000,030
will be allocated to the United
Jewish Appeal alone, for further-
ance of the "UJA globe-girdling
program for rescue and reset-
tlement in Israel.
Announcement of the two figures
came on the heels of a meeting of
the board of governors of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
here.
Some 200 Jewish communi'y
leaders at the meeting applauded
the results of the 1957 CJA drive
as total funds available for CJA
beneficiaries and specific recom-
mendations for increases were
presented to the board by Alvin
Cassel, budget committee chair-
man.
Federation president Aaron M.
Continued on Page 9A
Burns Wants
Israel UNEF
Mr. Eban had objected to the
Iraqi delegate refsrring to the
Israel Gr-vemment in "evphem-
isms" and by indirection. The
Arab had consistently spoken of
the "Tel Aviv authorities" in-
>d of the Government of Is-
rael. Mr. Eban noted that dele-
gates should refer to all coun-
tries by their sovereign titles and
as they were listed among the
UN member states. The chair-
man agreed.
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)
Maj. Gen. E. L. M. Burns, com-
mander of the United Nations
Emergency Force, told a press
conference this week there was no
truth in any report that he was
planning to resign. He said he
would remain commander of
UNEF "as long as I'm needed and
the Canadian Government tells
me to stay."
Gen. Burns said that he felt the
arrangements made by the Gen-
eral Assembly would provide for
the needs of UNEF for 1958. He
expressed the opinion that the
function of UNEF would be
'strengthened" if Israel would
agree to stationing of UNEF troops
Later, at the conclusion of a long \ on the Israel side of the demarca-
speech by Dr. Izzat Tannous. rep-
resentative of the Palestine Arab
refugees, in which he had attacked
Israel violently, the chairman in-
dicated he should have spoken of
the refugees, not of political mat-
ters. He had not interrupted, the
chairman explained, out of cour-
tesy to the speaker and to several
delegations.
In n address to the committee
Mr. Eban declared that the real
Continued on Page 8 A
tion line,
In the absence of such an agree-
ment, he said, "the policy was
laid down that only officers with
specific duties in Israel could
be permitted to go to Israel."
Repeating statements that he
felt UNEF wuold be needed until
more stable political conditions ex-
isted between Egypt and Israel,
he said he thought it was unlikely
that such conditions would devel-
op before the end of 1958, the peri-
od for which the General Assembly
provided UNEF funds at its cur-
rent session.
Groups Hit for Hurting South's Jews
DENVER (JTA) Jewish professionals in the
Anti Defamation League, the American Jewish Con-
gress and other defense agencies have hurt the posi-
tion of Southern Jewish communities by pro integra-
tion statements and actions taken without consulting
their Southern constituents, a leading Southern Jew-
ish publisher and communal leader has asserted.
David W. White, publisher of the Houston Jew-
ish Herald Voice and the Jewish Digest, made this
observation in an address to the Beth Joseph Men's
Club here.
He also warned that the plight of Southern
Jewish businessmen, torn by conflicting economic,
social, ethnical and anti-Semitic pressures in the
school desegregation issue, was becoming too
much for some of them. A few, he said, were
giving up their homes and businesses to move
North.
Mr. White said he was fully In support of law
and obedience to the Supreme Court school desegre-
Continued on Cage 3A


Page 2 A
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Poles' 'Assumptions' Surprise WJC
Continued from Pago 1 A
Jewish group that "at affiliation
to the Congress was open to all
Jewish communities on terms of
complete equality, it was impos-
sible and undesirable to make
Speakers Slated at Forum,
Natural Hygiene Society
Ninth lecture in a series on "Th3
Art ol Living" will be given by Dr.
Abraham Wolfson at the Spinoza
Outdoor Forum Saturday, 8 p.m.
At 8:30 p.m. Dr. Jacques Fresco
will adSress the l'orum. A question
and answer period follows the lec-
ture.
Wednesday evening at 8 p.m..
Dr. Wolfson will speak beiore the
Greater Miami Natural Hygiene
Society on "Philosophy of Vegetar-
ianism."
CATHOLICS GET PREFERENCE
Continued from Page 1 A
treatment accorded the Catholic
Church by virtue o( the Penal Code
article was not in conflict with
Article Eight "because no limita-
tion derives from it to the free ex-
pressions of other religions."
The courCs ruling also noted that
the Catholic Church had a different
position from that 01 other religious
organizations becau>e of the an-
cient, uninterrupted tradition of the
Italian people belonging almost en-
tirely to Catholicism.
'TOGUST BROS Ry,
* Is th, BIST'
special arrangements with any
one community or attach special
conditions ts its cooperation with
the Congress."
Easterman's statement conclud-
ed w th the hope that the "spirit
manifested throughout our many
conferences in Poland will enable
as on both sides to achieve the mu-
tual understanding we all pro-
foundly seek."
At a meeting ot the central coun
cil of the Cultural and Social Assn.
of I'ollffl 3Ps*TrMtf IrT TVafsa'w
early in November, the "assump-
tions" on which the Polish group
would afffifliate which was re-
quested in the form of a written
i cument were voiced by Hersh
Smoliar. chairman of the associa-
tion. He asked:
I. Both sides "eliminate in their
cooperation all ideological and po-
litical aspects which divide them
and unite on the basic principles
winch provide a possibility for co-
operation. All decisions dealing
with fmdimental problems will be
passed with the unanimous appro-
val of all ideological and political
forces represented in the Congress,
excluding in advance any attempts
at majority 'dictate'."
2. The WJC will call on all or-
ganizations affiliated with it, "ir-
respective of their ideological
and political views, to participate
actively in the struggle for peace
and peaceful cooperation among
nations, to oppose any kind of
war or aggression wherever it
may come to light" and to coop-
erate w.t-i non-Jewish groups
which conduct similar struggles
for peace. The Congress will also
"express itself in favor" of n
immediate halt to hydrogen and
atomic weapons tests.
3. The WJC "will oppose the re-
I creation of the Wehrmacht and the
] revival of Hitlerite forces in Ger-
many headed by Hitlerite war
I criminals and murderers of the
1 Jewish people."
4. "The WJC will conduct the
most intensive campaign against
anti-Semitism and all forms of dis-
crimination against the Jewish
population" and will ask all its af-
filiate groups to cooperate with
non-Jewish organizations which
conduct the same struggle."-
5. The World Jewish Congress
will "appeal to the people of Israel,
to the Government of Israel and to
all communal and political organ-
izations not to let themselves be in-
volved in any war intrigues of any
colonial great power and to declare
the strict neutrality of Israel to-
wards the existing and any possible
conflicts in the Middle East."
6. The Congress will work
"most effectively for the benefit
of Jewish culture, contributing to
mutual exchanges of experience
among the different Jewish pop-
ulations."
7. The Congress will call on all
its sections to extend their activ-
ities and "accept all the existing
Jewish organizations which wish to
join it, and in this way provide a
basis for rebuilding the work ot the
WJC on a democratic basis."
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Continued from Pag* 1 A
lecisioU, but he pleaded for time and tol-
iieriing tliat the South needs to be under-
h, r than criticized.
ng that not all Jews were liberals and
r.i ls were Jews, the publisher charged
berala wanted Southern Jewry to fight and
jeral causes, while in the North the same
Kive out when Negroes buy homes in their
rhood.
Jews
Page 3 A
, c .? m*"V J,wish fami*. bvin9 lived in
the South for decades, have taken on the thinking
and view, of their non-J.wish neighbors. Many
Jews, he said, have knuckled under pressure and
loined the White Citizens
convictions.
Councils against their
\\ hen ADL, American Jewish Congress or other
Jewish orgamztions take a stand in New York on
the race issue, local Southern newspapers and anti-
Scmitic agitators use such material to the chagrin
and discomfort of Southern Jews, White said.
i- ^ %
ttein to Address GMJCC Youth Conclave
Richard E. Gerstein, State Attorney, has been announced as the
keynote speaker for the fourth annual teen-age conclave sponsored by
the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center set for Sunday afternoon
at the Center's Town Branch, 450 SW 16th av'e.
Gerstein will address the opening assembly, which will be attended
by 300 delegates from youth groups within GMJCC, coming from vari-
ous locations throughout Dade county. The subject of Gerstein's ad-
dress, which is also the theme of this year's conclave, will be "Youth
Faces the World of Tomorrow."
RICHARD CtRSTtlH
tmid PTA
of Temple Ner Tamid held
lika workshop at its meet-
bdav.
This year's conclave will also
serve as the official kickoff for
the newly organized "Jewish
Center Youth" movement, which
has been set up by GMJCC to
more effectively serve 50 youth
groups under its sponsorship.
Charters in this new youth move-
ment will be issued to all mem-
ber groups during the month of
December.
A representative of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, of which
the Center is a member organiza-
tion, will officially dedicate the
new movement. There are 30 clubs
in the senior high school division,
and 20 clubs in the junior high di-
vision. The conclave will be at-
tended only by senior high dele-
gates.
Prof. Horace M. Kallen, dis-
tinguished scholar and Jew-
ish leader, will be honored
on his 75th birthday at 18th
anniversary dinner of Amer-
ican Assn. for Jewish Educa-
tion Sunday evening in New
York's Waldorf-Astoria.
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Delegates will be coming from
the clubs at the following branches
and extension operations of the
agency: Town Branch, Beach
Branch, North County Branch,
Southwest Branch and Temple Ju-
dea.
At the opening assembly, there
will also be greetings by Isidore B.
Simkowitz, recently-elected GMJCC
president, and by a representative
of the United Fund, which includes
GMJCC as a beneficiary organiza-
tion. Many of these youth groups
assisted in the Metropolitan Divis-
ion of the United Fund campaign
this year.
The schedule of events for the
day will be as follows: 2:30 p.m.,
general assembly; 3 p.m., work-
shops in such field of interest as
"Science in the World of Tomor-
row," "Community Service,"
"Fund Raising," "Membership,"
"Social Activities" and "Club
Presidents"; dinner at 6 p.m.,
followed by entertainment and a
dance.
At the dinner session. Rabbi B.
Leon Hurwitz, of Zamora Jewish
Center, will bring the greetings of
the Rabbinical Assn. and will offer
the invocation and benediction.
Stuart Winston, Town Branch chair-
man, will welcome guests to the
building, and there will be closing
remarks by Efraim H. Gale, execu-
tive director.
The entire conclave is being co-
ordinated by Miriam Scheinberg,
youth activities supervisor. Nearly
all members of the professional
staff of the agency will be on duty
to staff the various phases of the
program.
'Suppressed Desire' fete
B'nai B'rith Women of Miami
will hold a "suppressed des're"
masquerade ball Sunday evening,
Dec. 15, at Hillel House on the Uni-
versity of Miami campus. Mrs.
Mike Morer is chairman of the af-
fair. In charge of information are
co-chairmen Mrs. Ben Slutsky and
Mrs. Abe Aronovitz.
JNF Dinner Plans
Finalize Sunday's
Evening Program
Sam J. Heiman, cha'rman of the
Jewish National Fund third annual
dinner, Wednesday announced that
final arrangements for the dinner
have been completed. The func-
tion is due Sunday evening at the
Crown hotel and will be strictly
Kosher under rabbinical supervi*
sion.
All affiliated Zionist organiza-
tions, religious and fraternal
groups in (he community will par-
ticipate in the launching of a
Greater Miami Village in Israel
at the dinner, Heiman revealed.
Bartley C. Crum, internation-
ally renowned lawyer, will be
guest speaker along with Temple
Emanu-EI spiritual leader Dr.
Irving Lehrman. Mrs. Jennie
Grossinger will be guest of hon-
or.
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Ezra Finegold, Jacob C. Fishman,
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Jul'us Rosenstein. Dr. B. Zucker-
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December 6, 1957
9,Je*i$tncrkli&r
hninent MD Makes Home Here
Page 5 A
, iteresting personality re-
arrived in the Greater Mi-
.i id ira';o his home here
(awJ J. Ka.iski.
e ired consultant to the
rk Stale Medical Society
rkmen's Compensation is
; resident of the Amer-
i ai h Physicians Commit-
ihe Hebrew U.iiversty ai
i!cm.
Kaliski wss one of th
t I US. workers n behalf
. university, and is one of
i physicians' who offered
financial support for the
kt purchase cf 22 r'-jnams of
kc on which the Hebrew Uni-
tsity Mt. Scopus campus was
psequently to be erected.
Bice retiring here, wh.Te he
ide at 225 N. Cjconut In.,
Mand. Dr. Kaliski suffered
fur.-'ortunate loss of his wife.
|ut ho continues his active in-
st in behalf of the university,
lends his support to the
Iter Miami American Jewish
Lilians Committee, whose of-
fit. DAVIO 1. KALISKI
. recent arrival here
ficers are Drs. Leo M. Levin,
president; A. R. Hollender, vice
president; Harold M. linger, sec-
retary-treasurer; and Morton B.
Bramson. membership committee
chairman.
Dr. Kaliski received his MD
r>'ree from the College of
Physicians ani Surgeons at
Columbia University in 1905.
He established and directed the
aerology laboratory at Mt.
Sinai Hosoital in New York
from 1908 to 1935. He was as-
sistant urologist at Mt. Sinai
and chief of the laboratory in
that fi#H at Beth Israel, also in
New York.
Among his professional posts.
Dr. Kaliski was president of the
New York County Medical So-
ciety from 1932 33, and chairman
of the Coordinating Council of the
five county medical societies of
the Five Boroughs in New York
from 1933-35.
He is still a consultant to the
Workmen's Compensation Bureau
in the Empire State.
Dr. Kaliski holds the French
Order of the Chevalier, Legion
of Honor.
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Miami Independent Auto Dealers
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dance Sunday evening, Dec. 15.
Buddy Tyler is president. Other
officers are Jim Schuyler, vice
president: Oscar Molho, secretary-
treasurer; and Larry Antonacci,
sergeant-at-arms.
Directors include Don Hyatt,
Merrill Friedman, Chappy Powell,
Dave Roth, Charles Steingold, Bob
Sluggs.Russ Lipsitz, Gil Haas,
Herman Roudenbush and Colon
Dixon.
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orocco King's Aide Tells Zionist Fears
Continued from Pet* 1A
[political issues, Mr. Benovna
I the occasion to address him-
lainly to a political theme.
ither speakxr, Dorothy Thomp-
leader of anti-Zionist propa-
groups, condemned Israel
he Kfar Kassim incident which
Settled amicably last week be-
tbe Arab villagers and the
Government.
: Rev. Dr. Frederick McGuire,
fcsentalive of Roman Catholic
Ibishop Patrick A. O'Boyte,
that the Muslim-Christian
i be enlarged to include other
tons.
It was noted at the Institute
that the Jewish religion was not
represented. But Garland Evans
i-'jpkins, secretary general of
the Committee on Muslim-Chris-
tian Cooperation, said it would
be best if cooperation remained
bilateral with Jews excluded. Mr.
Hopkins thought the common de-
nominator between the Muslim
and Christian faiths Was much
wider than it would be if a third
creed were included.
Meanwhile King Mohammed V
said here this week mat his coun-
try "is justifiably pronfl of the
spirit of good will and cooperation
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spirit of understanding and collab-
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The statements were made at a
reception given the King by a joint
press committee here.
Rabbi Eliezer Silver, member of j
the presidium of the Union of Orth-
odox Rabbis of the United States,
received a letter from the Chief
Rabbi of Morocco asking American
rabbis to extend a warm welcome
to the King of Morocco who is now
on a state visit to this country.
Rabbi Saul Iben D'nan point-
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Mohammed befriended Jews dur-
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thousands of them from being
killed during the Nazi occupation
of Morocco.
The Moroccan Chief Rabbi added
that the sultan had been "extreme-
ly helpful" in the reestablishment
of Jewish life in Morocco since the
end of the war.
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*Jewistifhrldliari
Paqe 7 A
envoy's Fate Will Shape Talks
I Continued from Page 1 A
ral advisors with him from UN
^quarters in New York.
[fur Tuesday's three-hour meet-
a joint communique declared
that Ben-Gurion and Hammarsk-
jold held "discussions which ex-!
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problems affecting the Israel-Jor-'
Ian Armistice situation."
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The talks covered the Mt. Sco-
pus situation, particularly Jor-
dan's refusal to allow a convoy
to the Israeli-held enclave with
a supply of gasoline for electric
generators, and implementation
of the general armistice compact
between the two states.
One of the participants in the
meeting said afterwards that the
"situation was now not too bad."
The announcement of Wednes-
day's private meeting was viewed
here as an indication that parties
hoped that free non-diplomatic
talks would help bare the mini-
mum positions of each. Meanwhile,
Hammarksjold was expected to
have communicated with Jordan
late Tuesday.
In a move which may fore-
shadow settlement of the Mt. Sco-
pus dispute, the Israeli authorities
were Tuesday readying a convoy
for movement to the Hadassah Hos-
pital-Hebrew University grounds
on Mt. Scopus Wednesday. This
was the day of the next regular
fortnightly convoy. It was under-
stood that the motor caravan would
carry twice the usual amount of
gasoline to make up for the fuel
banned two weeks ago.
Mr. Himmarsk(old was sched-
uled to be guest of honor Tues-
day night at a reception tendered
by Mrs. Meir. The Foreign Min-
ister, who left the conference
early Tuesday, apparently due to
weakness resulting from wounds
suffered* in a madman's grenade
attack in Parliament last month,
was expected to have an infor-
mal parley with the Secretary
General during the dinner.
Extraordinary security precau-
tions were taken in the vicinity of
the Premier's office during the con-
ference. Hammarskjold's two body-
guards sat in an antechamber while
scores of uniformed and plain-
clothes policemen patrolled the
street outside.
The Secretary General's press
spokesman, who was very much in
evidence in Amman Monday, and
who spoke freely with Arab news-
men, was not to be found. Late in
the day, spokesman George Ivan
Smith sent a message to Israeli
correspondents telling them he was
not yet ready to meet.
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+Jeist>nork0w
_FridqY- D*QmW
Dag Has Rough Itinerary on Mid-East Tour
ary General Daf, rn as the sharplyworsened re- ruling officers junta in Dimnoi
*, m the Middle lat.on* between Israel and Jordan Another key problem for the LN
v. ~Lx .-, an.i Sihj off-cial was the problem of a new
on a homedIru. and S>na. ^ ^^ on ^ n
JERUSALEM United land Jei
Nations Secret
Ha.Timarskjold
Fa-t this week
to apply some surface tranquiliier-
to new Arab-heated fever spot on
Ural's borders
Mr. Hammarskoid's schedule in-
cluded visits to Beirut. Lebanon:
Amman. Jordan; Damascus. Syria:
His primary con- President Nasser of Egypt, and the I mj
I Itr-el Mll.l|,tlt,|w "
iMHt-l
New
Af Beth
Sapero
Rapha
Term
s!
Dcvid M. Blumberg. of Knox-
vilJe, Tenn.. was elected pres-
ident of Southern Section of
National Jewish Welfare
Board by delegates repre-
senting Jewish Community
Canton in 11 Southern States
at 12th annual meetir.a of
board of governors of Sec-
tier, recently held m New Or-
leans, La. Isidore B. Simlco
witz. president of Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Community Cen-
ter, was elected National
Council representative. Rep-
resentative named to JWB's
beard of directors was Mrs.
Milton Silken. GMJCC imme-
c:c-e past president.
UN Raps Arabs
For Intemperance
Continued from Pao* 1 A
sc j'icn of rhe Arab rtfuan
prcb-em lies in their integration
in rhe Arab "host" countries. Is-
rael, ho noted, had already ab-
sorbed 450.000 refugees from the
Arab countriesall Jeers and if
Israel could find room for them
and other refugees from Europo.
the Arab states, with far vaster
territories, could absorb all the
Arab refugees.
Interlining Israel's willingness
- ^tribute to a settlement of the
Arab refjgee problem. Mr. Eban
said that Israel had accepted 48.-
500 refugees who rejoined families
in the Jewish State He also stres-
sed Israel's repeated declarations
of readiness to pay compensation
for abandoned Arab lands.
Julius Sapero has b.*n redacted
president of Beth Kjj *re-
gation.
Other officer* named at a N
17 -"fot'"e ot 'he conerexation in-
clude Lawrence Berliner and
les Klen. vice presidents;
Ralph Krieger. financial secreta-
ry; Benjamin Agranov. record mi:
secretary: and Joseph Schwartz.1
treasurer.
Board members include Abra-
ham Baratz. Harry CorenfeM.
Adolph Hammer. Hyman Ros?n.
Isidore Sosna. Sam Botfen. Jack
Fishstein. Morris Klein. Sam Sie-
gel and Louis Schwartz
Installation of officers will be
Dec 22 at a Chanuka party spon-
sored by Beth Raphael Sisterhood
in Bloomberg Social Hall.
Tht princ:oel issues with
a\icfl Mr. Hammarskjold was
scheduled to deal were: a half
dozen sheering attacks by Syr-
iars ijarnst both Israel workmen
end bordtr patrols; a deadlock
over Jordan's refusal to permit
passage of regular supply con-
voy to Mount Scopus; a dead-
lock ovtr Israel's detention of
at rnfiHnaior fiawi Jordan; and,
poss:bly, rhe continued dttention
by Egyp* of an Israel fishing
trawler and its six-man crew,
seired by Egypt last September.
A spate of Jordanian sniping was
believed related to tht impasses
ever tht detained infiltrator and
th stalled convoy.
t
Mr. Hammarskjolds primary |
handicap was that the real source*
of the new Arab violence were be-!
yond his authority. Syrian hostili-
ty, totally unrelated to anything
Israel had done in recent weeks, J
was ascribed by most Middle East
observers to Soviet influence in |
the pro-Communist regime in Da-
mascus. Similarly, new Jordan
hostilities were considered moti-
vated by young King Hussein's
need to demonstrate to the Arab
world that he was just as anti-
Israel as his sworn Arab enemies.
rickety
truce machinery. Jordan had blunt-
ly demanded the recall of Col. By-
ron Leary. acting chief of staff of
the UN Truce Supervisory organi-
zation, charging him with partiali-
when tht
Mixed Armistict i
danian infiltrator'h^M
proved to be on !,
ion asl
f'ltrato
i Is con
a joint
N ausp
*ed tl
that some drums of gasoline on be was captured The oil
T* Commission'-';">
return tht infiltraloT ^'
Israel officials complain,,.,
a week before a joint iW?
ty toward Israel in the Scopus con- probe, under IN auspicesi,
voy controversy. Col. Leary. after in'tely sstabhsted thaMh
rejecting a Jordanian contention trator was on Israel i.~..-_
territory,
the convoy hal
were f oroide" eH
?4-PJ1
by the
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arrhTstice ruling might hive beehSa
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Friday, December 6. 1957
-JewistinorHian
JA Scores
mash Total
In '57 Push
Continued from Pae 1 A
Tanner told the board of govern-
ors that these were funds raised by
felanii Jewry for support of 55
ieallh. welfare, education and cul-
tural agencies "in our own com-
nunitv, the United States, and also
Europe, the Middle East, and
Israel."
Despite the slowing report,
IcJA official* emphasixed that
jtre 157 drive's goal had not
been fully realiied. The plus $2
Imillion total includes $415,000
[pledged by Greater Miami Jewry
(to the United Jewish Appeal
[Emergency Retcut Fund.
This figure is Miami's contribu-
tion to the overall $100 million
Emergency Rescue Fund goal set
Jewish communities across the
balion.
This means that Greater Miami's
Official total for the year is actually
1,685.000. Of that amount. $537,-
J is allocated to UJA for its over-
eas program. The $415,000 pledge
the Emergency Rescue Fund
,_es to make up the near million
he Jewish community here will
band over to UJA for 1957.
UJA conducts its far-reaching
I humanitarian activities through
three constituent agencies: Joint
I Distribution Committee, United
Israel Appeal, and the New York
[ Assn. for New Americans.
Miami's response to the emer-
gent need of overseas Jews was
"most gratifying," Kanner said,
:omparing 1957 totals with 1956.
Only S205.745 was1 raised here
i the UJA Rescue Fund for 1956.
total 1957 UJA allocation is
he greatest ever raised by Mi-
nians for this work, he said.
One of the largest local alloca-
tions in the history of Federation's
HI years of fund-raising will go to
Dade county health and welfare in-
rtitutions. Available for distribu-
tion to these agencies will be $723,-
54, representing a substantial in-
rease over the allocation to the
kame group last year in the amount
pf S566.124.
Increases will go to such bene-
ficiaries as the Bureau of Jew-
fish Education, M*. Sinai Hospit-
Let, Jewish Home for the Aged,
Greater Miami Community Cen-
ter, and Jewish Family Service.
Overseas and Israel agencies,
[other than UJA, received $35,500
[compared with $27,000 last year.
Included are such well-known or-
Igani/ations as Hadassah, Pioneer
Women's Organization, Hebrew
University, Technibn and United
|HIAS Service.
Fifteen cultural and educational
llnstitutions will receive $27,175,
representing an increase of $4,700
[Service Appeal, Hillel Foundation
lover last year. Among this group
jare B'nai B'rith National Youth
[at the University of Miami, Amer-
ican Assn. for Jewish Education,
[Jewish Welfare Board, YIVO, Jew-
Jish Children's Service, and Union
|of American Hebrew Congrega-
tions.
I To support educational programs
[in the fight against discrimination,
[promote mterfaith projects, and
Akin Gets Plaque from
Mur Chalim Kosher Home
Edward Elkin was presented
l*ith a plaque at a meeting of the
aikur Cholim Kosher Convalescent
| Home last week.
The plaque, which also marked
Elkin's birthday, was offered in ap-
preciation of his efforts in behalf
f the renovation of the Home at
1810 Collins ave.
Executive vice president Mrs.
[ Victoria Hoe nade the present*
[tion to Elkin.
I
Page'9 A
World Council Gets Unanimous OK
NEW YORKThe World Coun-. Formation of the new CSuncil
cil of Synagogues was officially | was urged by Dr. Kurt WiBielm,
launched hare with the unanimous Chief Rabbi of Sweden, and Rabbi
adoption of its program by more Guilliermo Schlesinger, of Buenos
than 1.000 delegates to the biennial' Aires, both of whom emphasized
convention of the United Syna-
gogue of America at the Concord
hotel in Kiamcsha Lake.
the sense of isolation experienced
by Jews in Europe and South
America, because of their physical
! and spiritual distance from the
... .. i thought and fellowship of Amer-
Action of the delegates, who Jft.-<,
represented 643 Conservative
Humor and informalitybut mostly "facts, Ma'am"marked
appearance of this trio at recent education conference of
Greater Miami Jewish Federation Women's Division. Dr. David
Kirsh, Alvin Cassel, and Martin Fine describe health, welfare,
and educational programs supported throunh Federation funds
and volunteer efforts of its Women's Division. Some 500 rep-
resentatives of women's groups heard report and pledged to
give full support cf Womsn's Division in 1958 Combined Jew-
ish Appeal.
ronore-iations in the United
States and Canada,.was)ipp!aud-
ed by Prof. Mord*:ai M*. Kaplan,
of the Jewish Theological Sem-
inary of America here, who hail-
ed it as "the most important de-
cision" ever taken by a United
Synagogue convention.
lean Jews.
Other speakers from abroad in-
cluded Rabbi LioneL_Siger. of-
' Johannesburg,'South Africa: Rab-
bi Alfred A. Philipp. of Jerusalem;
Rabbi Everett Gendler, Mexico
City; Sefton Temkin. London; and
Dr. Charles Lehrmann, grand rab-
bi of Luxembourg.
build democracy, extra funds have
been made available to community
relations groups. They will re-
ceive S45.250, an increase of $5,750
over 1956.
Largest share goes to the Joint
Defense Aopeal, fund-raising
arm of the Anti-Defamation Lea-
gue of B'nai B'rith and the Amer-
ican Jewish Committee. Addi-
tional funds will also go to the
American Jewish Congress, Jew-
ish Labor Committee, Jewish
War Veterans, and the National
Community Relations Advisory
Council.
In submitting the rccord-break-
gct committee chairman Cassel
emphasized that, "despite the in-
creased 1957 allocations to most
of the CJA beneficiaries, we ware
unable to meet in full the valid
requirements needed. To operate
these health, welfare, and educa-
tional agencies, greater sums must
be raised to keep pace with in-
creased communal needs in 1958."
In the coming year three agen-
ciesJewish Family Service, Jew-
ish Home for the Aged, and the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Centerwill be included in the Uni-
ted Fund for their major deficit
needs. Federation will contribute
the remainder of the operating
ing schedule of allocations, bud-1 funds required.
Morocco King, Aide Differ
Continued from Page 4 A
dom. He intcriortr| thp thn gr^a'eci rl^nf"- \0 such cooperation
came from imperialism, Zionism, and Communism.
There is no chance for real understanding linking Moslem and
Chris'ians in a united front against Communism as long as the Moslem
Middle East must occupy itself fighting Zionism, according to Be-
nouna. Although the conference dealt with promotion of religious
understanding and amity, he used the occasion to attack Israel.
However, when Mohammed V arrived, his first public address
was far different. It was clear that the King referred to his Jewish
minority when he told a Washington press corps audience that his
country was "proud of the spirit of goodwill and cooperation which
today inspires all its peoples whatever their race or religion."
The King said "all are free to pursue their activities in Morocco
without distinction or discrimination. Our aim is to guarantee the
rights and interests of all who live and work there and to create a
spirit of understanding and collaboration among them."
It was recalled that Crown Prince Moulay Hassan, head of the
army, appeared at a Moroccan synagogue last Rosh Hashona to pay
respect to the Jewish holiday. Leon Benzaquen, a Jew, serves as
Moroccan Minister of Post, Telegraph and Telephone. Jews are as-
sistants to the Finance Minister and the Foreign Minister. A Jewish
counselor was named to the Court of Appeals.
Those who respect the King hope that current discussions evoke
a response in keeping with his humane reputation. Relatives of
Moroccan Jews in Israel pray that he will implement his previous as-
surances that Jews may freely leave Morocco. ______.
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He Forgave them for Selling Him into Slavery
deor head. ogre....on all occasion, of joy in Jewish life
macht a .'chayira
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HILARY *iiXDLM\
A Dictionary Should Never be a Thing of Weary On
DICTIONARY OF CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN
USAGE. By B*rown Evam and Cornelia Evens.
5*7 pp. New Yark: Random Houm. $5.95.
pRONUNCIAMENTO: PEOPLE WHO don't read dictaos-
aries mis* a whole ljt of fun. I don't mean look up a
word every three months, check a spelling, or settle an
argument 1 mean read, poring through pages a: a time,
tracking down cross references like a pup after a bone.
A dictionary should never be a thing of duty. There is
nothing so interesting a* the study of a people's language
A loveTnfy^PT sflatTeTea' by words, and reclaimed as
easily. Presidents are nominated, elected and dragged
down to death by printed marks on a page. One has only
to note the precise obtuseness of diplomatic language to
SAIL CARSOX
recognize the possibilities of international disaster inherent
in an incautious phrase. TbU fascination with language is
another of the generally unpopular notions which I period-
ically attempt to foist upon readers of this column. Any-
one bored silly with the whole idea will find this a con-
venient stopping place.
Prof Bergen Evans, well-known television personality
and quiz program wit. collaborated with his novelist sis-
ter Cornelia, who is writing consultant to the Department
of Health. Education and Welfare in Washington, on this
unique dictionary. Far more flexible in philosophy athan
Fowler's Modern English Usage." the Evans guide to
larguag- leans heavily on current usage, as the title in
dicates "it is designed for people who speak standard
English but are uncertain about some details."
It is often disconcerting to fin(j lh_,
Evans', many of the cherished erai*!! acwrt?i
are dropping by the way.Tis'now^F
split an infinitive, for instance; m fact
an infinitive seems to have advantai
pletely impossible under the old rule. On U
.-,... ... .u>u,.w>r. iur instance; in fact ,. *
an infinitive seems to have advantage.',, Prw1i
pletely impossible under the old rule "rw .P*1**!
the authors identify and scathingly deri""^k
be every cliche ever used. The Elan. ZmR **
all cliches were scrupulously avo,ded a**tL><
fact), even though this would leave a IarEe\u\***
pie relatively seachles. 8e numt<
The Evans' humor is devastating. rfeli*SH
not obscure the weightier merits of ih,s S *H
book is set up to compare words which V^l
3
irt
Urtjl
An Inside View into Arab-Style 'Unity'
United Nations
BEAMS OF PAPER Boat ) p Nrcuu of tears shed over
sal Ike Arab refugees in camt <
a and Gaza m Lebanon and Jordan Every Arab del-
egatiea here baa vraag the last drop of pity out of the
Jot of the refugees has drained the last drop of vitriol
M barreis of Israeli hatred with which the Arab
spokesmen are always well equipped. There was not a
eat among the Arab spokesmen on this issue. Is that
attitude, ther.. r.ot proof of the great Batty that *
i the A
The ameer 1 -at.
cover for sharp divisivc-
If it is true among men m
(C of a scoundrel."
trat that, among the Arabs uti-I-raeiism is
the final resorl of not the poltroon but also of the
r--i--.r. and the murderer For. under the gui>e of ami-
1 '-' Arabs are right now sharpening their wea-
,: not her
The daily new-papers carry dispatches regularly-
about Egypt s campaign of hatred, directed against King
Jordan The -ame reports bring us a view of
D S\na and Lebanon. In tbe sha-
dous. stands King Saud of Saudi Arabia Over all hangs
the spectre of death. Broad hints are stated boldly. The
ELM AMU SALPETER
ridand Husseinare reminded that Jordan's King
Abdullah a saasKaaated because he was suspected of
dealing with Israel in the direction of possible peace. The
mor-s. which have always been an instrument easily manip-
ulated in the Arab capitals, are being inflamednot against
bract, but again-t Hussein and against anyone else who
refuses to go along with the politics of Egypt and Syria.
There was an interesting illustration the other day. of
the way Cairo employs the technique of the Big Lie to in-
flame Arab opinion against Hussein The Cairo radio
broadcast a report that tbe Jordanian finance minister
had "just returned from Isreal" to his own capital of
Amman. The Jordanian Cabinet member, it was alleged,
had come to Israel in the company of United States Sec-
retary of Agriculture Benson: that was a way of killing
two birds with you know what: for that 'proved'' the fact
that, behind all this "pro-Israelism" stands the power of
the American Government.
It is true that Benson did visit Israel: no secret was
made of that fact. In fact, when Benson arrived in Israel.
he was greeted by a host of newspapermenincluding
Eltahu Salpeter. the Jewish Telegraphic Agency's chief
correspondent in Israel. AH the newspapermen saw Ben-
son come into Jerusalem via the Mandelbaum Gate. Not
one saw any Jordanian, let alone a Jordanian Minister,
come in with Benson.
synonyms, and to discuss words which ar #i!U
with each other. The sections on parts ^ ^
grammatical and literary terms are marvels of'cM
information. n? J
It is also the first dictionary with a coos-i,*.
entry under Hebrew explores the difference, 1L~
brew. Israelite. Israeli. Jew and Semite and CL
beyond strict semantic analysis into something i.!3
call ethics "To define the connotations of tot ?S
would require many harrowing volumes n, *!
of incomparable dignity and immeasurable ^"3
even thing in between ... Its colloquial asesTuUf
jective or a verb are all offensive The guiduaZS
correct' use of the noun does not lie In any dictiaJIhi
in the heart and mind of the user
The Evans' dictionary will be invaluable whk':
the foreign-born, but also to those for vhomEMak
native tongue. And it's far more than a refcmTiI
It's also fun. '*
ALFRED SMZGAL -
Going to the Altar Younger These Days
Menm Jerusalem
pEOPLE IN ISRAEL marry younger than several years
ago. there is more intermarriage between Ashkenazi
Bepardk Jew. and at the same time there is a spec-
tacular decrease in the number of divorces.
Thls ,s "I the wealth of data mirroring
b) Israd published in the latest yearbook of
the I-rael Central Bureau of Stati-t
The overall marriage rate in 1955 (the last year for
which Statistics have been fully evaluated and studied)
8 7 per 1.000 inhabitants, while the overall divorce
HERBERT G. WJDFW
Now He's a Hero
ruv <- Hollywood
NY CURTIS runs the gamut of Thespian challenge by
following his stellar assignment as the Broadway
press agent in 'Sweet Smell of Success" with a heroic
role in the Kirk Douglas opus. -The Vikings." Just about
everything that could conceivably happen to any dozen
men in their lifetime happens to the knight Curtis por-
trays in this spectacular adventure yarn photographed on
location in Norway. France and Germany. The role calls
for exceptional feats of physical and dramatic prowess
and roars from sequence of romantic tenderness to thrill-
ing combat. Tony is required to execute some of the must
electrifying swordsplay ever screened.
Comparing the two rolesthe press agent in "Sweet
Smell and the Viking in the current movie-Curtis quips
that he is probably the first actor in screen history who
in successive films took opposing sides of the proposition
that the pen is mightier than the sword!
Curtis has lived a fantastic life. From a humble be-
ginning, filled with bitter neighborhood gang fights and
heartbreaking brushes with poverty. Curtis has emerged
as an honest hard-working fellow a little bewildered by
it all but immensely grateful at the same time.
In a weathered tenement in Hell's Kitchen Tony was
born on June 3. 1925. His father, Mono Schwartz a well-
known Jewish actor in Budapest, had come to America
to make his fortune. At Tony's birth he was still strug-
gling with the difficult idioms of the English language a
problem that bad kept him away from the stage.
Tony got his education the hard way. learning the
laws of survival practiced by urchins of his Manhattan
neighborhood.
A man named Paul Schwartz straightened him out
They met when a truant officer dragged Tony and a few
pals to the Jones Memorial Settlement House for "treat-
meat."
^____^__
rate was 1.32 per 1.000 inhabitants. The highest marriage
rate was in kibbutzim: 11.69 per thousand of girls and
12 84 per thousand of boys in the kibbutzim got married
during that year. This high rate is partly explained by
the fact that a young couple wishing to marry in a kibbutz
face fewer economic and social problems than in other
places; partly it is explainable by the fact that propor-
tionally there are many more young people in the kibbut-
zim than in the overall population.
The lowest rate of marriages is in small towns and
villages, while among the big cities Tel Aviv leads as the
place where more bridegrooms are found. Jerusalem
though is far ahead of Tel Aviv and Haifa as the resi-
dence of new brides Apparently, boys from Tel Aviv and
Haifa often choose girls from the capital as their life com-
panions In general, it is a very interesting fact that
except for kibbutzim-there is a much higher marriage
rate in cities than in towns and villages.
Contrary to general belief, kibbutzim do not lead in the
divorce rat-statistics; here again one can make some in
Happy Success Story
IT COMES TO me out of Denver a reau'ja! bail
with gilded covers. Its title: in the Beginnai'lnl
tbe story of a Jewish family that in the 1880s cameottfl
Riga in Latvia and, in particular, it's about oneoUsj
family's sons who made a great, good name in Dei
From having started at selling papers and
shoes on tbe streets, he built up in Denver one of the i
important printing establishments of the West.
business success, he was indeed, but what I like bestofl
story is a paragraph in the foreword of the book:
was a generous man whose heart and acts were;
always to the needs of the less fortunate and
This was so because be believed and practiced
conviction the philosophy of the prophet Vicah -.
written that man's mission on the earth was: "To do j
to love mercy and to walk humbly witli thy God'."
It is the story of the life of one who. all who knew I
well, addressed as "A. B." Abraham Bernard f
feld. I know him well, even long ago when he. is:
still lived in our town Cincinnati The golden-cow
book is celebrating the 50th year since the Hirschfeld a
ily moved into Denver where their boy Abe started pn|
ing calling cards on a hand-press down in a basement.
The book's title. "In the Beginning." contains tin lint
words of the Book of Genesis because, after all i fW
life, too. is creation ... by parent*, by children bj *
miracle of mind and character, by the touch of God.
Yet this book is a familiar story to all of us sbokn*
Jewish life in America ... the arrival of our P<*k\*j
most penniless out of East Europe ... the peddlers pa*
on the father's back ... the small storeroom so"1**!
tewn where he helped to enthrone Torah 'J'JJ'Jj
struggle to make a living ... the dedication toward beat-
ing the children up along the right aaj to go... Wl
finally, to see it all come out to the happy ending:
The children have grown up and are going their o*
roomo Ii e e ag"n one can make som* in- "* children have grown up and are going nare-
,.,her ? Z f'Ca, alssun,P,,0n8 F,rst of "ving to- SO* *y we bringing grandchildren to papa *
nSniiv P.i close^-knU Rework of the same com- mama in the old house Papa and mama Uke to say.
rTlav and Z T Vu ,0 know h,s ^ure-to-be at "Yes. it's been a fine success for us after all thestngj
play and at workmuch better than *. .___u_.._ i_ .k. i___;__:___._. ~ .l;ij. *t nurs Wt
Play and a, work-mucn better ihTn city or VoZ^l
and girls can. Thus, probably, kibbutz couples havelSt
ter chances to make a choice of adjusted partner It js
?eas.fr,bl,e;Khat the know,e' that wh ?he divorce a
least one of the partners would have to leave the kibbutz
f he or she wanted to avoid constant meeting w,.h the
former spouse, may help save marriages
in the beginning. Those good children of ours
nice grandchildren. That's the main thing."
That. also, is about the sum of the Hirschfeld in that golden book which particularly notices **'
since Denver's monumental A. B. Hirschfeld Pre
started on a hand press for calling cards don
basement in Denver by "A. B." himself.
BORIS SMOLAK
Man in the Street Not
Worried by War

any
ish State.
iaie. tkeM
This assurance is due to the fact that since i_ .
.;_ 4k.___u-..- .________,.u hni-der inciiiem* j
ion. despite3,!!: Z^Zt\ ^ '" ""' <"-
from rad'io ^?to)^L "j" *. " in Moscow. The general f.hn g ab coun,n nd
Sina, campaign ,,ughttL a' b,aam.n8 'hem '* ,hat ,he
of the Arab Larg^^^i^-*1*.""* ""
ventures against Israel. ",dU'*! '" "^"y -d-
This view may seem naive in the Iioht ni m. -.- K "^ fe,f' however, among those in the goer
interest which Moscow U taking m Syr .S ,*"-"i',!ary are ,n Ption to know what is what and toe^,
of Soviet and Egyptian SSL"- mtngW* 8,tu,,on *ly. "*" *"' off,cial5 '" "SSi
campaign there have been very few bonk'r.'!lCtiTc,l
no more trouble with fedayeen. It i> also due j
extent to the fact that the Israel Government i
about stirring up panicky feelings among the ^
and prefers to ignore the threatening v<">'* prH
rulers or of Moscow. Thus, life m hrael P"**
tically without any feeling of ten
The quiet that prevails among the PPul^ment I
of Soviet and Egyptian YgVnts* Jord "".^ Mti" '^> Wl^i officials are pjjj
Israelis even the most intelligent ot ^ ^ whl1 may *">**" Jord" ,n ,he V' TS u
oi them sbow m ,lso notential threats by S>ru



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NATION w.
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I
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II IS-22-2S, 12/
Ifanf Leaves to Assist Israeli Community Centers
jlCAGOA trained American
Isultant on Jewish Commun-
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to emtage In
business undi. the in liii.ms name ot
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GEORGE HODGBfl
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that,
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
buslne*! under the fictitious name .r
EMPRESS SUNDRY SHOT at 1333
Collins Ave.. Miami Beach, Kla.. ii
tend to raalater said name with
Clerk i>r the Circuit Court of L'ad
County, Florida._________
HARRY DEAN
JACK WEI88
i-'ole owners
NELSON \- SC1I1I..VIAN
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(01 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, Pla.
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I led, desiring to engage In
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Miami. Kla.. Intend to register
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NOTICE UNDER
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the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious nan.....f
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Miami, Kla Intends to register said
.,;,,.. with the Clerk of the I Ircutt
Court ot Dade County, Florida.
.IcillN POTTMOLA, Sole owner.
KESSLER .. GARS
Attorneys fur Applicant
1998 8.W. 1st St., Miami. Ha.
11/22-29, 12/6-13_____________
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Beach. Ma., int. ml to register said
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RINE at H701 N.W. 7th Avenue, Mi-
ami, Florida, int.n.i to reglsti i said
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AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLOR-
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Miami, Florida, Friday, December 6, 1957
Section B
SDA

She Turned Her Son's Tragedy
Into a Mothers 'Drive' for Safety
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, Louis (Lynne) Levin receives Carol Lane Award from
keil Oil executive I. T. Pettit at W. Miami ceremonies last
pek.__________________________________________________________.
joneer Women's Council Will Play
Host to National YP Mrs. Sidney Left
How would you fcol if your son
were struck down by a racing auto?
How would you react if the driver
turned out to be drunk?
Different people would, of
course, be inclined to answer these
questions in different ways. Main-
ly, they would be concerned with
the recovery of their stricken child.
So toe were Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Levin, of 6405 SW 11th st. But
Mrs. Levin Lynne was deter-
mined that more should be done.
At 5 .m. on Oct. 14, 1956, the
Levins' son, Roger, was run over
by a woman and her four male
companions. Roger, 13Va years
old, was delivering papers on his
recently-acquired route.
e Greater Miami Council of 1
fcneer Women and its seven con-
luent chapters w*ll play host to
lir national vice president, Mrs.
|ncy Leff, who is visiting here. I
|rs, Kred Sandier, president of
Greater Miami Council, this i
rek announced a luncheon in |
taor of Mrs. Leff Dec. 12 at the
Lleigh hotel.
| Following the luncheon, Mrs.
leff will hold a seminar deal-
MM. SIDNEY UH
lg with the work ef Pionear
"omen and its Israeli eownter-
art, the Meetzet Hapoalot.
[mi.v Leff has been active in Pio-
fcrr Women'i national affairs for
lany years. She was national
pa inn an of the Moetzet Hapoalot
bmmittee and is vice chairman of
|e coordinating committee for
lorld Jewish Child's Day. She is
lehairman of the larger executive
the Ihud Olami in Israel.
yol Palm Cancer Unit
|o Hear Musical Program
I Mrs. Ralph Spero, president of
}e Royal Palm Unit. Woman's
orps, Cancer Institute at Miami.
s week announced a general
leeting for Tuesday noon at the
ta Gull hotel.
JMrs. Ruth Wolkowsky Grecn-
Ifl'l. pianist-composer, will be
Vst artist. Mrs. Greenfield re-
intly returned from New York,
Ihcre she was presented in a piano
Vital at the Brooklyn Academy
I Fine Arts.
! She is composer of a ballet, "In-
Itation to the Chateau," presented
?cently at the Dade County aud-
iprium, with the Miami Ballet of
|h<>mas Armour.
Mrs. David Drucker is program
hairman."
Mrs. Leff is president of the con
ference committee of the National
Jewish Women's Organizations,
representing over a million wom-
en. She 's member of the board of
directors of the Jewish National
Fund, member of the administra-
tive board of Histadrut, and is on
the advisory committee of Amer-
ican Jewish Congress.
Mrs. Leff will also be guest
speaker at Golda Meir Club's
pre Chanwka dinner Saturday
evening in the Royal Hungarian
restaurant.
The program will be ded-cated
to the child rescue program of Pio-
neer Women. Cantor Berle Kalmer
of Miami Hebrew Congregation,
I will sing. The invocation will be
I given by Mrs. Solomon Halperin.
IChairman for the evenmg will be
I Mrs. Marian Meyer, child rescue
I Ichairman.
The club's president, Mrs. Oscar
Zeltzer, announced the next regu-
' lar meeting will be held Tuesday
evening at Beth El Congregation.
' Culutral portion of the meeting
I will include a report by Mrs. Ber-
nard Furman on her recent trip
'to Israel, and a report by Mrs.
| Alice Lefcove. "Personal Impres-
I sions of the National Convention of
Pioneer Women."
Members of Pioneer Women
Club I were to celebrate Jewish
Book Month Thursday at the Kne-
seth Israel Congregation. Guest
speaker was to be Max Goberman,
in a talk on "A Night With Sholem
Aleichem." Mrs. Sam Wilensky is
president of the club and in charge
of arrangements.
He had just passed a bicycle
safety test in order to qualify for
the route.
The accident was beyond ones-
tion the fault of the driver. Tests
immediately determined that the
driver had been imbibing intoxi-
cants since 7 p.m. the night before.
Roger's left side was paralyzed, a
tendon in his knee was severed,
and his pelvis was severely dam-
aged.
Mrs. Levin discovered that the
worst that could happen to the
drunken driver included the fol-
lowing: loss of driver's license for
one year; and fins. She immediate-
ly determined to fight for a new
and adequate drunk-driving law
for the State of Florida. A Florida
Save-a-Life Council was formed
here, and Mrs. Levin was elected
president.
Mrs. Levin was the recipient of
a national award in ceremonies
I late last month at W. Miami's
Sv'vania rli^inn room for her
activities in behalf of this cause.
J. T. Pettit, executive of the Shell
Oil Company, was sent here by
the National Safety Council to
make the presentation before W.
Miami civic and city officials.
Between these two events were
many heartaches and difficult go
>ne for the raven-haired, attractive
mother.
When the Florida Save-a-Life
Council was formed, Rep. John B.
Orr. Jr. became legislative chair-
man of efforts here to put a decent
drunk-driving law through the leg-
islature at Tallahassee. "You
would think it would be simple
enough," Mrs. Levin explained.
"You would think everyone would
be interested in such a law."
Mrs. Levin's assumptions were
wrong. Orr, with the assistance of
Sen. Joe Eaton, introduced a bill
into the legistlature in May of this
year, making jail mandatory for
drunken drivers. In addition, the
Continued on Page 3-B
American Jewish Congress Names
Mrs. Meyers to Administrative Group
Pythians to Hold
Winter Carnival
Greater Miami Lodge 176,
Kn'ghts of Pythias, will hold an an-
nual winter carnival dinner dance
Saturday evening at the Saxony
hotel.
Recipient of the proceeds is he
Rehabilitation Center for Crippled
Children and Adults, whose daily
livingroom activities are tarnUMd
by the lodge and its women s auxil-
iary.
Highlight of the evening will
be the crowning of Snow Qu.en
by chancellor commander Mel-
vin Pollack.
Chairman of the Saturday affair
is Mrs Sparty Kaufman, with Mrs.
EH King as ^airman In charge
of tickets are Mrs. Richard Heck
er and Joseph Siegel.
Others on the arrangements
and Mrs. Edward Bramson.
PTA Will Hear
Education Expert
Dr. Mark Murfin, associate pro-
fessor of education at the Univer-
sity of Miami, will be principal
speaker at a PTA meet;ng of the
Hebrew Academy, Tuesday eve-
ning, Mrs. M. H. Rn=enho'isp an
nounced. Meeting will be held at
the National hotel. Theme of the
evening will be "Education for the
Sputnik Age."
Dr. Murfin has been associated
with the Univsrsity of Miami
since 1954. Prior to that date, he
was associate profewor o edu'a-
tion at Boston University for
four years. He received his PhD
degree from Indians University
and was principal of Indiana
University's Laboratory School
for more than five years.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
cipal of the Academy, will intro-
duce Dr. Murfin.
A library report w;U be rendered
by Mrs. Joseph Zemel and Mrs.
Robert Litowitz. PTA library
chairmen. Reports of the class
meetings held during American
Education Week will be given by
Mrs. Harry Kaplan, Mrs. Harold
Reinhard and Mrs. Roscnhouse,
Room Mother chairmen.
Mrs. Jack Donnerstag will lead
in the singing of Chanuka songs.
Review of 'Silver Spoon'
Miami chapter of the National
Children's Cardiac Hospitat was to
meet Thursday at Melvin Cohen
Hall 4250 W. Flagler st. Sched-
uled was Mrs. Frank Kerdyk m a
review of "Silver Spoon" by Edwin
Gilbert. Mrs. Harold Cohen was to
preside.
Plans to be Discussed
Ner Tamid Sisterhood will hold
a regular board meeting Wednes-
day evening at the Biltmore Ter-
race hotel. Final plans will be dis-
cussed for a Ner Tamid fashions
luncheon Tuesday. Dec. 17, at the
Fontainebleau hotel.
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers,
well-known Dade county attorney,
and community leader, has been
appointed a member of the nation-!
al administrative committee of the
American Jewish Congress. The
administrate committee is, to-
gether with the national executive
committee, the governing body of
the Congress movement.
A resident of Dade county for the
past 22 years. Mrs. Meyers was
appointed by the Governor of Flor-
ida in 1953 to fill a vacancy on the
Dade County Board of Public In-
struction. In 1956, after having
served for three years as vice-
chairman of the Board, she cam-
paigned for elect'on to a five-year
term and was voted in by an over-
whelming majority.
In addition to maintaining her
law practice, Mrs. Meyers has
participated in the activities of
the general community. She has
served on the budget committee
and board of the Dade Commu-
nity Chest and Welfare Planning
Council. She was legislative
chairman of the Dade County
Women's Clubs.
She organized and served as first
president of the Florida Women
Lawyers Assn. She has been treas-
urer of the National Assn. of Wom-
en Lawyers; treasurer of the In-
ternational Federation of Women
Lawyers, and vice president repre-
senting U.S. women lawyers on
the International Federation of
Women Lawyers Executive Com-
mittee.
For the past three years, Mrs.
Meyers has been cha'rman of the
Miami Beach Public Library.
Mrs. Meyers has also been ac-
tive in Jewish community activi-
ties. She was president of the Jew-
ish amiFly Service Agency from
1944-47. She helped to organize and
is on the board of Douglas Gar-
dens, the Jewish home for the aged
Continued on Page 2B
Hanna Senesch group ol Hadassah will celebrate Henrietta
Szold Day at luncheon Monday in Saxony hotel. Janhion
show by Hartleys will be featured. Left to right are Mrs. lack
Falk. chairman, Mrs. Arthur Applebaum, co-chairman, and
Mrs. Henry I. Nelson.


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Mother 'Drives' for Auto Safety
ntinu
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nent.
ed from Pas* 1 B | objection. This should be above
|n,lcd f0r aneduc.-:"^--,,^.
on drunken driving under *'
Tht award Mr$. Levin reeeiv-
*d here recently it the Carol
Lana Certificate of Merit of the
National Safety Council offered
annually t o three woman
throughout the nation for their
efforts in behalf of safety. Rep.
Orr nominated Mrs. Levin for
the award.
bill passed the House by
[ but. Jtraa -kHle\ejJn_ufr*onv
'in the Senate. "I went
I Tallahassee to talk to our
letors," Mr. Levin explain-
fOne senator from a north-
jnty told mo: 'Listen here
[lady from Dade county'
is he meant 'you Jews down
(_ "No one's interested in
ing of yours. At most it
ive a handful of lives'."
fcding to Mrs. Levin, this
was instrumental in pocket-
bill until the legislature
icessed.
Sept. 20, the Dade county
l-mn, under the new Metro-
Charter, passed a drunken-
law patterned after the leg-
sought by Mrs. Levin and
pjfe-a Life Council. '"If Flor-
i't listen to us. at least Dade
[did." Mrs. Levin declared,
added: "I don't sec why
I .nil I have been so much
!:' Crunch Sunday
i i ach chapter of the City
>e will meet for its "Mama
Cohen annual brunch Sun-
|c a.m.. at 330 84th st.
Present, in addition to Pettit,
were Judge Ray Pearson; Aaron
Aronoff, president of the W. Miami
Junior Chamber of Commerce;
Mrs. Robert Koperski, president of
the W. Miami Women's Club; Mrs.
Yale Leavy, president of the W.
Miami Lion's Club Auxiliary; and
Irving Yelen, W. Miami Council-
man.
Also taking part were Jackson
Flowers. Dade County Safety di-
rector, and W. Miami Councilman
James Schneider. Host was the W.
Miami Linns Club.
Aftermath of the story is that
Roger seems to be getting on well.
He's back at school, although there
is no feeling as yet returned to his
leg. If Mrs. Levin's done anything
at all, perhaps the legislation
passed locally through her efforts
will give cause for people under the
influence of alcohol to think twice
Gables ORT Chapter Will
Hear Rabbi Rosenberg
Coral Gables chapter of Wo-
men's American ORT will meet
Wednesday noon at the home of
Mrs. Ernest Sohnen, 940 Andora,
Coral Gables.
Guest speaker will be Rabbi Yaa-
kov Rosenberg, spiritual leader of
Beth David Congregation.
Mrs. Moses Dyckman, of New
York City, was unanimously
elected national president oi
Mizrachi Women's Orqaniza-
tion of America as 32nd an-
nual national convention of
women's religious-Zionist or-
ganization came to a close
in Chicago this week.
Malek to Sing
At Auxiliary Meet
New members of the Greater
Miami Women's Auxiliary, Jewish
Home for the Aged, are being in-
before getting behind the wheel of vjte(j f,v Mrs. Jack Udell, member-
Diamond Authority
Due at UM Friday
"The Romantic History of the
Famous Diamonds of the World"
is the topic for a lecture by Eve-
line McCullogh at the University of
Miami Friday.
Open to the public without
charge, the lecture is scheduled at
2 p.m. in Beaumont Hall, main
campus.
Presented under the auspices
of the UM English department,
Miss McCullogh's lecture will be
highlighted by an exhibition of
the British crown jewels and
other famous gems in replica.
The replica collection has be-
longed to her family for three gen-
erations. Miss McCullogh is tour-
ing the principal cities of Europe
and the U.S. lecturing on the jew-
els.
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ship chairman and hostess for the
day, to a coffee and dessert lunch-
eon, Thursday noon, Dec. 12, at the
Algiers hotel.
Miami Beach attorney and can-
tor, Joseph Malek, will present a
program of liturgical music, ac-
companied by Mrs. Olga Bibor
Stern at the piano.
L- Malek has served as cantor at
Temple Judea of Coral Gables,
Temple Sinai of Hollywood, and
Torah Temple in Miami Beach.
Mrs. Udell will present each new
member with a corsage. Mrs. SdI
Silverman, Auxiliary president,
will present greetings. Mrs. Louis
Makovsky is program chairman.
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Friday

Dav luncheon at the Eden Roc
hotel Monday noon.
Theme of the luncheon is
Around the World on *H-DayY"
ITiere will be a fashion show, with
nembers acting as models.
They will show autnentic fash-
ions which they brought back from
iheir recent trips abroad.
Harriet. Sitld '.
b* who wj] 41^7*5
function "* 40
The, will witness (,*
mothers and children"
tie narraute
Haiwta Sonesch group will have guard,.;, ,
its "H-Day" luncheon at 12 30 p.m., presented
h ii,
freaj
A
.nag
Guest speaker h(
Liebman
Monday in the Saxooy-heSeL
Mrs. Samuel Sakrais will talk m>& ^.^ "-<** u MjJ
Henrietta Siold.- aa* a musicar} Meeting ls t jhe
"Program has also been arrange* TToftday noon "
IsjAh 7; Qsssssjdc rreser.:s t^rst prj?s ~ three
- _-:.?: h HIBHi 3..r>e::
leflssi Lonoe B acn B"nak. oanhss: or. Who:
: .- ;.;,.- ; ; :'.- Wooers are
N'.V Sat Bt General
public award: Fiansid Lee Brown. 12940 NW
1st ove N. Utami Junior High School junior
r.gr. BaSSed and Lawrence ]. Werner. 8031 Ab-
bott are- Miami Beach High, high school
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NOW!
for r*9ic-as^ rneaLs.-
KOSHER
SLICED BOLOGNA
Miami Hadassah Groups
Will Observe H-Day' Here
tain rva of Hadassah *dl special occasion
celebrate H Day with a film.
Hands of Healing." and a birth :
day cake in honor of Henrietta
Ssotd. founder of Hadassah.
Mrs Seng Seow will be in charge
r jre..
Aviva's first social function is
nou underway Plans have been
made for a gala affair
Sunday night. T p.m. at the South
the Beats g at Mrs B Rusa>, Dixie Bo* ling Alley. South Dixie'
no s home. 6551 SW 65th ave.. : hwy at 132nd st. are the date and
Mondav at 1 p so. r-ice

Shalom* |m will hold their H
Da>" party honoring Henrietta
Sioid. founder of Hadassah. Mon-
day noon mi the Algiers hotel
An outstanding fashion show,
narrated by Edith Apptebaum. with
fashions from Lincoln rd shops,
December meeting of Iwt. See- wti be prese-
pms rn of Hadassah aill be de-' Mrs Martin Goldstein is ehair-
voatrf te Hadassah Med-cal Orgam- man of the day
r*"i
westview Country dub will be
the setting for a H-Da> luncheon
Meaday noon.
The Latest in fashions will be
featured by Dorothea for Terah
rmup id Hadassah members.
Meeunc place as Masonic Hail.
Mate, Coral Gables. Meaday
Around the KorM be
AskhrMB
MftNO Kosher SHOD MEATS
Beef,
Deborah ravp :'.: ha\e ;
uncheon Monday noon in the
0* room of the Eden Roc
hotel. A nusu/. E\er\t.>
i be part of the enter-
Uuuaent at the luncheon. Mrs.
Dorothy Knegtr Fink will be
speaker
WOT w COLD.

t* Dish
a lanagirtwil daau wiQ
be presented by the Haimi ecowa
of Hadassah Seaday. 7 3 pat., at
KiMSu Plaaurt Oah. 2 XW
N1WMlalahalhin>n "** erei*. a..: celebrate Hen-
"- --- JIT, JZ Monday .r. the Mona lasa room of
jj he the thesae eftae cwj Mr* J** l*di lf fhnnan of
. -. "* the day Charles Rruchtmar
to heaer of the hartader of Hen- *** 'ost rrtun>1 from lsra<
nena SaaML li ii li i at ^~^ W <** weak
a senes ef aavhfieni wafl he pven ^ Vouas ^>> Digat deb
by la t ef the AaVarf r.iiiiiU P***0**"}- wfll eatenauL
DM week ahead
wdl featare a *!?*** ** *** '" eehl
s Henrietta Saoad day ceiebratioa
.day eoea at the Crown hotel
Featared aU he the Miami Sy-
. ahaay Eaacaahte aad Jo>ce Farher.
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Mt. Sinai Leaders Eye Gala
Social Function Wednesday
With constructs of the new Mt. nbilanth'-no"" arhie"Ttient in the '
Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami history of the Jewish community
progressing rapidly, the eommuni- of Greater Miami."
I iv- ,i >etuon Will oe focused this j Reviewing the rapid growth of
week on a g.ila dinner for the bene- Mt. Sinai Hospital, in keeping pace
fit of the hospital's capital fund witn the community's needs, Rus-
dnve, to be held at the Seville hotel kin said, "It is just a little more
WeHnesday night. | than ten years ago that Mt. Sinai
Nearly 500 bus'ness and civic came into being as a 50-bed hos-
leauers will attend the dinner, un- p-tal. There was an aura" of great-
| der the auspices of the develop- ness about this institution rignt
ment fund's Initial Gifts commi'.- from the start.
Ua*? -vV-rrrw**.** ) 8:30 wrH pre-
I cede the dinner, which is at 7:30.
inq in lull ol ~cpi);ucated comedy about Satiric comedy, which ran eight months on
,rr.catlc Unolt .n na lonally famous comic Broadway, will be in words of Flagler-Granada
n ,~r ic -11^'". ThP Kmqof Hearts" wUl chairman Morton Lebar "a liqht-hearted im-
presented this weekend, Dec. 7 and 8, at provisaiion with a deckful of high spirits and
.-.r-l^nada I-wi^h Community Center, 'gaiety." Play is directed by Barbara Binns.
iva/ets Emerge as Strong Group
| On Yom Kippur night, 1956,
abb; Abraham Herson and five
en a-1; decided Tifereth Israel
Imtere-'at'on had an urgent need
a teen-age Zionist organiza-
Bn.
PFoday, 15 rmnhs later, under
pc leadership of ZYO director
aine Golden, and under the
kritual guidance of Rabbi Her-
D': the Vivalets, now numbering
members, is among the fore-
ko-t ZYO groups in the Greater
liami area.
'Vivalet president Wayne Ro-
en and Miss Golden have led this
jp to amazing heights," Rab-
bi Herson said. Among many of
\s larger contributions, the event
bat took place in March, 1956,
the gathering of all other
YO groups in Miami at Tifereth J
nd the drafting of a constitution
Dr the forming of the Greater
liami Senior Council. Three
valet members hold executive
tfiees on this cjuncil. Rosen is
resident, Marion Querid.i, sec-
tary, and Stanley Kurzban is
easurer.
Alto in March, 1956, upon
Kearim) of thj death of Rabbi
Person's father, trio late Rabbi
EhUUN Zvi Hor$on, of Winni-
peg, Canada, th Vivalets do-
nated money for trees to bo
life Zion USY Donee
Jnited Synagogue Youth group
| Temple Zion will hold its sec-
annual Han'fst Moon ball
lurday in the Temple Zion so-
il hall. Following the theme of
harvest season, the annual af-
will be semi-formal. Israeli
[icing, as wall as sjcial dancing,
be featured.
cfion of Officers Slated
Sunshine Rebekah Lodge will
bet Tuesday evening at the Work-
in's Circle Lyceum, 25 Washing-
ave. Election of officers is
luled.
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planted in Israel in his memory.
Last June, at the regional sum-
mer convention of Zionist Youth
attended by four of the Vivalets,
two of them were elected to go to
the national convention at Camp
Tel Yehuda, where they won the
national shuffle board champion-
ship.
Rabbi Herson and Miss Golden,
working together with the Viva-
lets, are planning even greater
achievements for the future. At
present they are in the midst of a
drive to raise $2,500 for Tif-
ereth's building fund.
On Saturday evening, Dec.
14, they are presenting a teen-
age variety program at Tlfer-
eth's auditorium, with two com-
plete musical reviews. On Mon-
day night, Dec. 16, they will
hold a giant auction.
Both affairs are open to the
public. The money raised from
these afairs will go into a fund
for scholarships for worthy young
Zionists of the Miami area to go
to con\entions.
Loretta Astrachan, Vivalet
treasurer, is now leading Tifer-
eth's younger group, the "Sholom
Young Judeans" whose members,
when they reach the age of 13.
move right into the Vivalets. The
Sholoms now number 22 and are
also growing steadily.
Howard Kane and Leonard A.
Wion, co-chairmen of the Initial
Gifts Division, head a list of out-
standing commL rtity loaders
serving on tha dinner committee.
Cost of the new hospital, sched-
uled for completion in December,
"lit W49 we moved to our pres-
ent location and opened as a 100-
bed hospital. By 1951, we had ex-
panded to our present 256-bcd ca-
pacity. During these years of
growth, Mt. Sinai has offered a
haven for the sick, regardless of
race, creed or color.
"We are proud of our achieve-
ment, not only in the healing of
1958, will be $7,000,000, of which the sick, but also in our wonderful
more than $3,600,000 has already
been raised.
Dan B. Ruskin, chairman of the
Mt. Sinai Hospital development
fund, po'nted out that "in cost, the
new hospital will represent the
largest amount ever invested here
in a single project by the Jewish
community. The new Mt. Sinai
Hospital will become the greatest
program of research and teaching.
All this, our hosp'tal has been able
to achieve despite functioning in
an old, overcrowded, makeshift
building that was never intended
to be a hospital.
"Today, the new Mt. Sinai Hos-
pital, bom out of our community's
need for better health facilities, is
emerg'ng into reality.
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*Jeistiihr/dian
Kosberg, Manton
Betrothal Told
University ol Miami >tudents .
V; Mimi Kh'? and Jerry Man-
"^| n are engaged.
He is the son of
r. and Mrs. Sid-
ey Manton. 1771
V 21st ter. She
the daughter of
I r. and Mrs.
ack Kosberg. of
loux City. Iowa.
Miss Kosberg
. a member of
lpha Eptlkn
hi. Mi. >tam>->
s a member of
MISS KOSBfKG /..-ta Reta Tau.
*
Friec'er Dertke
Miss Ethel Nora Dertke and
Thilip M. Frieder wore married
Thanksgiving at the Sterling hotel.
Miami Beach.
The bride is the daughter of Mrs
Oscar Dertke. 7635 Byron ave.. Mi-
ami Beach. The bridegroom's par-
ents are Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Frieder. 9540 Bryon ave.
Following a honeymoon in Cuba.
Mr. and Mrs. Frieder will live at
438 79th st.. Miami Beach.
Kauffman Cotler
Miss Selma Rita "Sunny" Kauff
man is engaged to Nathan J. Cot ,
ler. Point Pleasant. N.J.
She is the daughter of Mr and
Mrs Jacob A. Kauffman. 1525 Nor-
mandy dr Miami Btach
'Sunny" attended the Inivers
ities of Florida and Miami. Her
dance is a graduate of Rutgers.
The wedding is planned for Dec.
29 at Asbury Park. N .1

Leff Behar
Marian Leff is engaged to Arthur
Behar.
She is the daughter of Mr. and !
Mrs Saul Leff. 1567 Pennsylvania
ave Miami Beach He is the son I
ol Mr. and Mis Max Behar. 1000,
10th st Miami Beach.
Iliu Leff attended schools in
Pittsburgh. Mr. Behar attends the
University of Miami
e e e
Wilpon Wainer
Miss Mildred Pearl Wilpon and
Arthur Wainer are engaged.
The announcement was made by '
her parents. Mr and Mrs. Louis B.
Wilpon. 11835 SW 189th St.. S. Mi-
ami Heights, at a Thanksgiving Day
party at the home of Mr and Hn
Hyman Kirsner. 2642 Natoma St..
brother-in-law and sister of the fu-
ture bridegroom.
Mr. Wainer is the son of Mr and
Mrs. Motel Wainer. 1955 SW 17th
ct
Mis* Wilpon attends the Univer-
sity of Miami where she is a mem-
ber of Sigma Lambda Phi service
sorority. She is a graduate of Mi
ami Senior High.
Mr. Wainer graduated cum laude
from the University of Miami with
a BS degree in chemistry. He is
a member of Delta Theta Mu.
scholastic honorary. Phi Kappa
Phi. national scholarship honor
society. He is a freshman in the
University of Florida medical
school.
A June wedding is planned.
First club charier in Jewish Center Youth movement is pre-
sented to Shari Richman. president of Tri Beta Girls" Club, by
En-aim H. Gale, executive director, Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center, sponsorinq orqanization. Tri Beta is club with
longest history amona more than 50 youth aroups sponsored
bv GMJCC throughout Dade county. New movement will be
officially launched at fourth annual teen-age conclave at Cen-
ter's Town Branch Sunday. __________________________
Seven Council Divisions Slate December
Meetings Wednesday with Varied Doings
Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, president
of the Greater Miami Section. Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women.
00 the boxes being sent overseas.
Islands Division will meet for
brunch at the Ventian Isle motel.
has announced that the regular Be)|e ,s!and aJ n 30 am A nar.
December meeting of all seven
Council Divisions will be held Wed
nesday. Dec. 11.
ration. "Councils Menorah Lights
the Way." will be given by Mrs.
Harold Druker and Mrs. Harold
Biscayne Division will meet at Turk. Mrs. Annye Lavender. Mrs.
Eva Lev'enson, and Mrs. Sonia
Weiss will present the musical por-
12:30 p.m.. Koubek Center. 27th
ave. and SW 3rd St., Miami. The
program is entitled "All About ition of the program
Eve." and will feature blind War-
ner Bros actress Eve Lynn Weeks
as speaker. Miss Weeks' color
film. "Seeing Eye." will also be
shown.
Bay Division will meet at the
new Surfside Town Hall. 93rd st.
and Harding ave.. at 12:30 pm. A
surprise program. "Chanka Acros-
tic." will be presented. Members
Shores Division will meet at Tern- are asked to bring bundles of good
pie Israel 137 NE 19th St.. at 1 p.m. used clothing for the Council Thrift
Arthur Kalish. assistant director of | Shop,
the Jewish Home for the Aged, will | ||K,ian Cr^k DMfkn wj meet
speak on "Tomorrow."
Sunsot Division will meet at
Hillel House. 1100 Miller dr.. Coral Beach, at 1 p.m.
at the home of Mrs Herbert Lin-
nick. 4416 Nautilus dr., Miami
Gables, at 12:30 p.m. The pro-
gram will be a Chanuka candle-
Charles Plotkin. extension super-
visor of the Greater Miami Jewish
hght service, with Rabhi Morris A Community Center and group work
^' 7 the Aged, will speak on "What the
Council Volunteer Means to the
Senior Citizen."
speaker. His topic will be "The
Councilite Looks to the Chanuka
Lights."
Lincoln Division will meet at the I ., .. __ __._ .
c r- ii w i n j oi A,so on the program will be a
st. Miami Beach, at 1 p.m. Pro-, ARcm y who wj ^lc wome
gram will highlight the Chanuka from the audience to demonstrate
observance, and will also feature
Council's Ship a Box program
the art of glamorous make-up.
Chairman of the day will be Mrs.
Members are asked to bring toys to William Plafson.
Arnold Altman
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Arnold.
7425 Byron ave.. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Har-
riet, to Lester Robert Altman. the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Altman.
7747 Hawthorne ave.. Miami Beach.
The wedding will take place Dec.
14 in the Crown hotel.
Miss Arnold attended New York
University and graduated from
Savage College.
Mr. Altman attended schools in
I New York and served in the U.S.
! Air Force with the Flving Tigers
; during World War II.
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PRESENTS
DECEMBER 8-9
AMAHL AND THE
NIGHT VISITORS
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DECEMBER Mi 4:00 tJA.
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Birth Dai* ... A Itrt'e girl fnr ,
Rothstoln Marl. Ml', 'I*,,B*i|
and Mrs. A A. R0,h.i. _n_nJjJ.,,
. Aii"t and uncle, too. arc th |ry- *H
Linda Ann. who hist arrived tortl'^'
and Yvonne Winio, boast, so, nf! Eh,r
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gilbert- nd ^
eats, the Her- FWd. nd grea,
And it was a boy. Stuart Saul, for Jack and R_tk
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Frank are proud gYantJnar,.,,, **.
nd Mr*. Albert Hay-nick are the extra

a proud great.graildl
Westview Country Club, with a "new look" from i
their first big affair Thanksgiving evening
Meal*,,

held
turned out en masse found individual turkeys decwathfltl
ily tables Among those enjoying fun and food wJrtiiT1
Liptons, Mr and Mrs. Joseph Weintraub, the Hal P. *
and Mrs. Sam Foldman """ I
The John Serbins were there ... Dr. and Mrs J__i,,
attended along with their son. Mil.,, who was cele'hrM?\
day. and his son. Mil.,. Jr. raUn*'
Westview was also the scene of a cocktail buffet ti.-J
and Mrs. Samuel Coolik Nov. 30. before klckofl tune 2S
and Florida Guests numbered in the 150s
> i
Mrs. Seymour Rubin was hostess for members of tVi
Hospital Garden Club last Monday at her home at 2437 s
ave. Guest of honor was Mrs. Charles McW.rhy, who_
a workshop and demonstrated tropical and holiday 'floBi
ments Mr. Rutoin is the Lincoln rd. realtor
A Golden W?dding anniversary reception at the Bah.
hotel Nov. 30 honored former New Yorkers Mr. and a^J
Rabinowfta, of 620 Ocean dr. Now here for five years -wi
boasts, besides fifty golden years, a son. a daughter acdh__
children ....
Mrs. Toby Miller, of Hollywood, was 108 on Nov. 2
brated with a combination birthday-Thanksgiving party fa _,]
than 100 guests Spry Mrs. Millar, who savs that hapmiT
her secret for a long life, can even dance a polka-wfam skoal
to Celebrating with her were her eicht chil'ren-Mn.H
Narhenson, with whom she lives Miami Bearh\ Mn. Hn*|
Rubin and Mrs. Helen Borifkin From New York. Mn.1
Miller and Harry Miller Nate Miller, from Asbury Park.Hjl
and Walter and Charlie Miller, from Eatonlown. N J.
Houseguesting at the home of Mr. and Mr,. Leo Brinks,^
1605 Pennsylvania ave.. was Sandy Fish, of Pnsacola.. Herd
the Thanksgiving holidav*. Sandy is a roommate of Maim 1
deit at the University of Florida.
Alpha Rosilon Phi Alumnae Assn. will hold their 13th;
holidav luncheon at noon Saturday. Dec. 28 Festivities t
take place at the Carillon hotel Mr,. David Rifts, Mrs. I
Zank and Mrs. Bart Cohen will take reservations up >otwi
before the event, which has been named Winter Wonderland."
Mrs. Florence Wonloemuth. of 12501 Pine Needle In..
ed a large membership tea last Tuesdav at her home ...
was to organize a new South Miami chapter of Women's i
ORT ORT. which began in this area in 1942. ha worn I
the original twelve members, organized by Jnni* Grwwistr.ttl
present five chapters of the Southeastern Florida region.
Vacationing at the Eden Roc are Mr. and Mr,. EdwirfU*
of Columbia. S.C. Mrs. Zanler is the former Byr*WM
niece of Dr. Abraham Wolfsen, director of the Spmoii (Wat |
Forum Mr. Zehler is a children's wear manufacture:.
active in B'nai B'rith and Israel Bond drives Mrs. *
her bit for Hadassah .
The Zahlers have two sons, one of whom. Dr. SaekWM*
graduated from the South Carolina School of Medicine at to* j
)f 22 Their younger son. Gary, may break even that rs* \
however ... At 18. he is already a junior in the raedkalats*
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Bcember 6. 1957
;' Sen. Yarborough to Join
. Freeman as Featured Speaker
+Jewkti ncrtdKatr
Paqe 7B
kalph W. Yarborough of
lij join Minnesota's Gov.
Freeman as a featured
k| the annual dinner of the
[Commission of the Anti-
Ion League of B'nai B'rith,
fl Abess, honorary Flor-
chairman, announced
Jy.
takers will talk on "The
L Human Relations in
I from the point of view of
hcrner and Northerner, re-
ly. Gov. Freeman will have
Irned from a tour of the
uncheon meeting Sunday,
the League will be ad-
by Bufcrd Bcone, Pulit-
-winning publisher of the
9<,a Newt, Tuscaloota,
community leaders from
[the United States will at-
44th annual meeting at
ferit-ana hotel on Miami
fining Thursday, Dec. 12.
jtsiness sessions of the five-
Ming will be devoted to a
If human relations educa-
lil rights and community
[Among the major reports
llivcred will be a ten-year
If developments since the
the President's Commis-
Eiwl Rights in 1947.
tnnection with the meet-
League will also publish
kr report on areas of dis-
ition against Jews and
| effective police action in
situations involving race
us.
us address of the conven-
il ho delivered by Henry
Schultz, of New York, na-
lairman of the League, who
ke the ten-year report. Also
at the first session is Ben-
[RICHARD E. DEUTCH
ces the opening ef his office
practice of Dentistry for
ridian Medical Bldg.
514, 1680 MerMiM Ave.
liami Beach 3f, Florida
Hours by Appointment
lEfferson 8-3628
jamin R. Epstein, national director
of the organization.
Other speakers at the various
sessions will include Judse David
A. Rose, of Boston, chairman ol the
League's civ.l rights committee;
Joseph Cohen, of Kansas City,
Kans., chairman of the community
service committee; and Benjamin
Greenberg, of Brooklyn, N.Y.,
chairman of the League's finance
committee.
Temples and synagogues of Mi-
ami, Miami Beach, (oral Gables,
Hollywood and Ft. Laurlerdalc have
all set aside Friday evening ser-
vices, Dec. 13, to mark the Lea-
gue's anniversary. Each of the pul-
pits will have a visiting League of-
ficial as guest speaker. Schultz
will deliver the sermon at Temple
Israel of Greater Miami. Benja-
min Epstein will speak at Temple
Emanu-El of Miami Beach.
Alexander F. Miller, of New
York, will be guest speaker at
Temple Judca in Coral Gables.
Rabbi Arthur Gilbert, New York,
will participate at Temple Beth
Sholom in Miami Beach. Lester J.
Waldman, of New York, will ad-
dress the congregation at Temple
Emanuel in Ft. Lauderdale.
Joseph Cohen will deliver the
sermon at North Shore Center in
Miami Beach, Judge Rose will
speak at Temple Beth Sholem in
Hollywood, and John Horwitz, of
Oklahoma City. Okla., will ad-
dress the congregation at Beth
David in Miami.
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T Drama Guild to Meet
Miami "Y" Drama Guild will
hold its first meeting Monday eve-
ning, Dec. 16, at 450 SW 16th ave.
The group, under the direction of
Bill Schlesinger. is seeking mem-
bers to participate in its first pro-
duction, "The World of Sholom
Aleichem."
Annual Dance and Show
Greater Miami Auxiliary, Amer-
ican Medical Center at Denver,
held its annual dance and show at
the Casablanca hotel Sunday. Pro-
ceeds were for program aid at the
Center. Co-chairmen of the event
were Mrs. Irving Metz and Mrs.
Herman Schoenfeld.
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Mrs. LeRoy Collins
Honorary Chairman
Of Glittering Fete
Two Greater Miami leaders,
Mrs. Carl Weinkle and Mrs. Wil-
liam Bernstein, have joined Elsa
Maxwell's arrangements commit-
tee which is now working on plans
and programming for the exciting
Sponsors of Israel Formal Ball set
for Saturday evening, Dec. 21, at
the Americana hotel.
Co-Chairmen of the arrange-
ments comnvttce are Mrs. Jack A
Ablin and Mrs. Robert Z. Greene.
This is the first annual ball to
be given by the Sponsors of Is-
rael on behalf of Israel and her
crushing housing emergency. At-
tendance will be limited to 400
couples who have purchased a
$1,000 Israel Housing Bond since
Dec. 1. Mrs. LeRoy Collins is
honorary chairman, and Elsa
Maxwell will be hostess.
Now on the arrangements com-
mittee which is still in formation,
are: the Mesdames Jack A. Ablin,
Jacob M. Arvey, Sailing W. Baruch,
Sam Blank, William Bornstein,
Jack A. Cantor, S. F. Danels, Sam-
uel N. Friedland, Rhea Gladwin.
Lauis Glasser, Max E. Gottlieb,
Robert Z. Greene, Jennie Grossing-
er, Harold Landfield, Sam Luby,
Philip Rogers Mallory, Anna Bren-
ner Meyers, Albert Pick, Samuel
T. Sap'ro, J. Myer Schine, Jacob
Sher, Samuel Simonhoff, Bernard
Stevens, Lawrence Tisch, and Max
Weitz.
Cardiologist Will Talk
Dr. Robert V. Edwards, cardiol-
ogist, will tell the Greater Miami
Alumni Assn. of Delta Phi Kp.silon
Sorority about "Heart Disase and
You" at a welcome party for
DPhiE Mothers Clubs Monday
night at the sorority room, 5200
University dr.
N. Dade Sisterhood Meet
Mrs. Fred Blank, president, an-
nounces a mectjng of North Dade
Jewish Center Sisterhood Monday
evening. Mrs. Irving Cohen is pro-
gram chairman.
labor Zionist Assembly Meets
Labor Zionist Assembly will
meet Wednesday evening at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Push-
kin, 230 SW 29th rd. Dr. A. J. Ish-
lon will preside at the planning af-
fair.
'hanuka Workshop Planned
Monthly meeting of the Sister-
hood of Hialeah-Miami Springs
Jewish Center will be held Thurs-
day evening, Dec. 12. A Chanuka
Workshop is planned.
BUSINESSWOMAN HAS
ROOM FOR TWO
Kitchen Privileges, use of hotel fa-
cilities. Convenient Location. Col-
lins Ave. Reasonable. JE 1-5410.
Lois, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Ross, will become
Bas Mitzvah at Saturday
morning service of Temple
Emanu-El. Dr. living Lehr-
man will officiate. Lois is an
eighth grade student at Nauti-
lus school, vice president of
Temple Emanu-El eighth
grade Tween Club, and at-
tends Temple religious
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3500 Main Hwy. Phone HI 4-5768
Opens December 9th thru December 21st
By Special Arrangement with The Theatre Guild
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YOU CAN HELP.. .
Towards the support of the fine
old men and women at the
Jewish Home for the Aged
by sending us articles which you
cannot use or sell! Such as
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Open Daily 8 to 4:30
Closed Fridays and Saturdays
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Friday,
Wolfscn to Receive Coveted Charter
Day Award at Yeshiva Univ. Dinner
I.ouis K. Wolfsoo, Miami Beach
philanthropic nd industrial i-r.
will receive l'i' ftahiva University
Charter Day A<\arcl at the second
annual dinner of the Florida chap-
Itr Sunday night. Dec. 29. at the
Fontainebleau hotel
Announcement was made by Leo
Rob nson. p-esident of the Florida
chapter of Yeshiva University, who
H he alway* played an ec-
tivt role in the educational field,
nd is a member of the national
board ef the Georgia Studant Ed-
ucational Fond, Inc., of tha na-
tional pecial 0'f* eommlttoa of
th National Conference of
Chnttian* and Jew*, and of tha
advisory committaa of tha Wash-
ington chapter of tha Big Broth-
nrsi awarn ouisme .i ww ..~ Wo|fson is also a director ot tnt
ever presented by the nation iold- Wo,fson Family Foundation. whicl
est Jewish sponsored university n>.ors a children's clinic at tht
LOUIS tVOUSON
m the recipient hist year of the ers of America.
first award outside of New York; Wo|fso|) js a,s0 a director of the
h
sponsors a cnuarm s aarjaj *> I
Robinson also named Jack A. Bapijst Hospital. Jacksonville.
Cantor, Greater Miami business! since its establishment as a uni-
and civic leader, as chairman of j versity in 1945. Yeshiva has ex-
the d;nner. There will be no solici-!panded t0 some 17 schools with
tation of funds at th? function. more than 3 qoq students.
Cantor pointed out. Thp ^.^^ charter Day Award
Wolfson, prasidant and chair- has been presented in the past to
man of tha board of directors such persons as former Sen. Her-
of Morltt-Chapman A Scott and bert Lehman. Mrs. Eleanor Roose-
the Newport Steel Corp., it a
member of tha board of over-
seers of the Albert Einstein Col-
lage of Medicine of Yeshiva Uni-
versity, and a member of its
national campaign committee.
He is also a founder of the col-
lege.
HANK IKWIN, 13.
Corp.
New Holsum
For Puerto Rico
Jodean P. Cash, president of
Filths Baking Company of S. Mi-
ami, has announced the beginning
f construction of a baking plant
at San Juan, Puerto Rico.
At the age of 44 one of the na-
tion s best known industrialists,
Wolfson moved to Miami Beach
from Jacksonville several years
ago.
of directors of numerous other
firms, including the New Yortt
Shipbuilding Corp., Devoe & Rey-
nolds, and served in the same ca-
pacity with the Capital Transit Co.
of Washington.
Wolfson also is president of the
Southern Pipe and Supply Co. of
Orlando, first vice president of the
M L 4 S Corp. of Jacksonville, and
a partner in a chain of 2i motion
picture theaters in Florida and
Georgia.
velt and Mayor Robert F. Wagner
of New York, and this year only
two other awards were made in
the nation by Yeshiva University,
one to Sen. Estes Kefauver and
one to Sen. John B. Kennedy.
Reservations for the dinner may
be made at the Yeshiva University
office in the Miami Beach Federal
bldg. Rabbi Jonah Caplan is re-
gional director for the university,
and Gerald Schwartz is Florida
He It chairman of the board, representative of the national of-
fice.
LEGAL NOTICE
delivery
freight.
being made by air
On the island, a fleet of eight
trucks and well-trained salesmen
I under the supervision of a district
district supervisor complete the de-
Among officers named to the ''very operation.
new corporation is Frank Irwin,
Jr.. a vice president.
Ho'sum bread and cakes have
been supplied to Puerto Rico by
the S. Miami bakery for more
than four years. Cash said, with
Other officers of the new Uolsum
Bakers Corporation include Cash,
president: R. E. Chivers. vice pres-
ident; R. J. Faust, secretary-treas-
urer; and Sergio Camero, vice
president and assistant secretary-
treasurer.
NOTICE OF APPLICAT.ON
TOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File A-19S40
NOTICE 1.- HERKBY OIVRN thai
N'athani. i \\ Si.-url holder ot Count)
T.i\ Sal. Certificate No SOOOfl la.ue.1
Ihf 27th I Ml hai
ime in my office, hihi has ntadi
I'pll. alliin for a tux n>e<1 tn he t-
-n.il thereon .-ml Ortiflraie em-
i>r*.. the rolloirlnf deaerlbad prop-
erty In the County Of itanV. state of
FVrld.i. to-* it
I...I 0 Blooll 1 r..l.mmr Bub., Plat
Hr>k t. Pace ISI in tin- County ..f
I) The .ism-arii.in of Mid prniiertv
inilr-i the ralil i-ertlflcate via In tin-
name of: Mae t'aleaa xal.l certificate ohall I* r*-
aeemad aeonrdtna t" law. ihc property
described herein will be a>>l hiirhet bidder a) tr.' Court Houm
door '.n th>- fi 1 -1 llonday In the month
of January. IHM1. which I- the Ith da)
of January. I9M
D.....'I thin 4th day of December,
K. 11. LBATHERMAN, Clerk of
"I'.nlt Court. I'a.le "".Mintv. Florida
(wall Ity K. M. l^eiM-r. Deputy I. ra
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION
POP) TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acti of 1941
File A-19544
V'.rn-K is HKREBT GIVEN that
Nathaniel W Bleael holder ..f Cltj of
Miami Beach T* RaJe Certificate No
13 iu<- Ito*, h.'ix filed um In mv office, and
na. made application for ,, t.,v ,|,.,.,|
to be unuied thereon Sal.I r.rtlfl. (
embracaa the follow, nK deacrlbed
property In the County 01 Dade, >.,:.
of Hornla. to wit
Lot 7 Block v it...,, h View A.I,In
Recorded Plal Rk ir. ig p ,,,
Ret- Da.l. Co, II., In the City of
Miami Beach, County of l>ude
Mat.- of Mori,I.,
r''r .1 properti
under the -..l.l certificate n in the
name of: Marlon I'nrrv
I'nleaa aald rertincate aball 1.......
'';.....V' ";'io"iinK to law. the orop.
the harheat.bidder ..t tha Court Houaa
n^n.i"", i ""' M""<"*y in the
month ..r January. IMS whi. h i* ti
"tn on] ..( January. 1S',
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THE McCUNE COMPANY
APPRAISERS COUNSELORS
ADRIAN McCUNE, M A.I.
MARION C McCUNE, M.A.I.
151 N.E THIRD STREET
MIAMI
EiiiWUhed in '
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20T22 Acts of 1941
._ F" *-1*941
\> N:,;lKe, W s,,,., ,e,|., ,-i-unrv
.h .St* .r^lfleataa numbered 10M
SJf n": '" n 111, office
n1 haa marte applicnrlnn for a taa
' ^ l,e i-se.l ,.... sr,ldaeer
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Chaauka Mftmq Tuesday
Beth Israel Sisterhood will bold a
Chanuka meeting Tuesday noon at
the home of Mrs. Gerald Green-
berg, 3010 Prairie ave.
Chanuka Fete at Emanu-EI
The Forty-Niners of Temple
Km.inn Kl. the congregation's club
for senior Temple members, will
hold a Chanuka meeting and party
Thursday, Dec. 19, at the Temple.
Mrs. Isidore Newman, president,
has announced.
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of I he free Z ^T
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member 6. 1957
Jenis* fltaMMf
Paqe 9B
i-if.-. Ann. mill ii> nu Bervlcee mi I a brother. Servii .-. nmi burial we
lurlul wi N..\ 29 in \cw Fork, with In New York.
tlveiatde-Beach Memorial Chapel In ------------------
:barge locally. HArtftr- marom
___________ 71 ,.< T''T .If-lffi ktin Ufa., mi-. Nov. 2
111!
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it's rendering shows new home for Nor- treading plant, retail sales and services, and a
Company to be at 5300 NW 27th ave. B. F. Goodrich tire warahouse. An estimated
100-sq. ft. facility, when completed next inventory of 20,000 tires will be on hand.
iil house Norton's general offices, a re-
ii Tire Breaks Ground for Plant
has been broken for a
i ft. facility at 5300 NW
for the Norton Tire Com-
-bording to an announce-
louis Pallot, president of
|i tire firm.
tv, plant will house Nor-
mal offices, a retreading
Itail sales and services,
F. Goodrich tire ware-
fomplction is expected in
he building, grounds and
It will represent an in-
|of some $400,000.
declartd the) new facil-
[ be the mot modern re-
and tirt service depart-
[ the South. He estimated
and B. F. Goodrich will
inventory of 20,000 pas-
truck, farm, and indus-
The new plant will triple Nor
ton's present recapping capacity
anl will use the B. F. Goodrich fac-
tory method of recapping with the
latest tread designs.
"Our retail and wholesale ex-
pansion program is planned to keep
pace with the growth of the Miami
area. Next, we look forward to
expanding into the Florida Keys,
as well as other areas in South
Florida," Pallot said.
The Norton Tira Compnay is
the largest B. F. Goodrich deal-
er in Florida. It presently op-
erates seven stores in the great-
er Miami area.
Architect of the new facility is
W. B. Thompson of the Goodrich
main office in Akron, O. Contrac-
tor is Fred Howland & Co., Inc., of
Miami. By coincidence, it is the
same contractor-architect team
that built the B. F. Goodrich store
on Biscayne blvd., 26 years ago.
rife, Anna: two daughter* and one
son. Sirvkes anil Initial were 111 New-
York.
OL
STANLEY HENRY GETTIS
6G, of lull CoDlna ave.. died Nov.
L".' An Investor in slocks and bonds,
in- was a former member of the board
of directors of the Miami Heaeh Civic
League, He belonged to Temple
Km.tnu Kl, the Masons and the
Knight* of Pythias. Burvlvlni an- his
wife. Mae: three sons. Justin. Merton
and Stanley Jr.: three grandchildren
anil a sister. Services were Nov. ::<> at
Newman-Gordon Funeral Home, with
burial In Lakeside Memorial I'ark.
SAMUEL GELLER
73. a visitor here from New York,
died Nov. 28. A retired apartment
linns,, manager, he la survived by his
wife. Lee, and a son and daughter.
Services and burial were in New
York, with Riverside-Beach Memorial
Chapel in charge of local arrange-
ments.
MFtS. ANNA TUCKER
54. of vim Washington ave., died Nov
28. ,\n annual winter visitor, ebu
u....-. i -iic-. Including Mr...
Han DaWdaon, Miami Beach: and a
vn ami two brothers. Services anil
burial were In Detroit, with Rlversldi
Beach Memorial Chapel In charge of
local arrangements.
JOSEPH FRIEDLAND
62, of 'Jii Palermo ave., t^ A retired hover) manufacturer from
Atlantic City, he was a resl..... he
even ><;n>. He was a member of
Temple -i mo .1 and 11 nal B im
vivmi: are pla wife. Cecelia; his son,
Arthur two daughters, Mrs. Shirley
llannolln and Mrs. Mildred Brandt:
be slate. anu flvi [ranJchlldren Ser-
vices wen Ni" Sfi 1 Otordon Punei 1]
Home, with burial iii Mt. Nebo Cem-
eterj
BORIS KRIL.0FF
::'. of :;; |Slni ti 1 died Nov. _".. A
retired tavern owner, he was a resi-
dent here nine years, 11. leaves his
wife. Llbby; two daughters, .Mrs. Hai -
rlel Qeraon and Mrs. Leona Aeon;
brother, sister and five Kiandchlldren
s.i \ i, n ,- nov 26 >! Rfvei
Beach Memorial Chanel, with burial
in Mt Nebo Cemetery.
MRS. SADIE FISHER STIER
u::. of Hi s\v Bind ave., died Nov. 8
in New York. Sin- v n> > lie-nil.. I ol
Pioneer Women, i-'t deal Soeiety, Mt.
blnal Hospital v xllla snl an hon-
orary life member < the hoard of the
Jewish Home 1 .. tic- Aged. She hau
received citations (or lie w..rk with
tin- National Conference of Ohrl?tlans
and Jews, and was < .....mber of tin
A.....n.an Assn tor tin- United Natle s
and League of Women Voter- Bin
leaves ber husb nd, Max; daughter,
Mrs fleorge wltjtln, Yonkers, N.Y.;
a son. Milton Fisher, Brooklyn, NY
three gnuuloUldran, two sister- ami
nMnnr mAROM
Ti. of 7^7 Jefferson ave., oled Nov. IS.
A resilient in-. !1. >eaia, lie ) < ve* hifl
wlie, SSPhie; a ...,,. William; and two
.. igl let Mis Marvin (Tarer anl
.\,r-. c niK^ Maauiech. Services and
burls w. I in .-.. fork, with New-
innn-'J*.r ; ..1 local 11 1 .in-< inenta.
HARRY RUBENFELO
M, of 77,. bade Blvd., died Nov. M ,v
:. 1 ..: 1.u..... tit a..,, h. three
11..,iii ,- ago from New York. He leave*
1. ton, Julian. Services and burial
. v. r.i. with Hellm .11
Funeral Chanel in charge <.f srrgnge-
......... .. i.i.i\.
'TajMlgCTOHEViTOgK?
Stay at thii modem 25-
ttory hotel. All roasts
outside exposure, large,
beautifully furnished
rooms with kitch-
enette, private
balb. Iron $6.50
daily. Two room
uilet from $11.50
SKCUl MONTHIY,
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-ARRY BOTWINICK
.mi Woodbine, N .1 .
117 SW 10th ler. Berv-
1.in iii ere in woodbine,
' n huneral Home In chaige
ingementa,
Irs. rose bruner
I Collins ave., died Dec. 1. A
I 1 mm, Bhe leaVi '
Mi- Minnie R Schaif.r
an.I burial were In Long le-
lli >\ \, iside-lieach Memorial
barge of arrangements lo-
DOLPH ENGLANDER
Malvln Bngiander of
h, died Nov. 30 In Atlantic
1 son, he Is survived by
s. 1 \ Ices and buriul
Washington, D.C.
JACOB KATZ
ith -t died Nov. 10. a re-
he i- survived by his
and two Mum, Harold an 1
. were 1 lee. 1 at Oordon
Borne, with burial In ML Si
JXANDER E. WOLFE
II N IV r.Jnd St.. died Nov. SO.
A resident here 43 vears, he operated
the Wolf.- Kiunlture Store In North
Miami. He was a member of Masonic
I ..cIlo- IS1 BurrvtVUJJj are his wife,
Pannle i" sons, unberl and sig-
mund; aid tbree si-tcrs, Mrs Rose
Ktrach, Mrs. Sara urensteln and Mrs
Ann Alb.it Bervlcea were Dec. I at
Cordon Funeral Home, with burial in
Mt. Kebo Cemeterj
GEORGE W. DIAMOND
6ft of Him Jefferson ave., died Nov
(merator "f a tflanil apparel shop, he
1,,,v.- his wife, Eotelle; s bob, Mar-
tin sl\ brothers and two state s. serv-
,,. were at Riverside-Beach Memo-
rial Chapel.________
CHARLES DULGOV
83 of MO Collins ve ......1 Nov.
"'retired New Ifork buelneaaman. h-
,,.,,,. here seven months go. Survlv-
,.. include fou. sons, lb" >'';
,,...,, and \l .-civic- and buna.
'i;"x..w Y.rk. with lllvc-i.l.-
Me.....rial Chapel In charge ol
local arrangements.
DR. HAROLD HYMAN
si of I860 Collins ave died Nov.
LnerrorrsuWnr-arh'iJ
GRAND OPENING
EHXLA NAPOLI CITY
rostaurant pizzeria
.300 N.W. 20th STREET MIAMI
ou$ Neopoiifon Cuisine Imported Groceries j j
id Home Cooking All Kinds of Beer & Wine j
MJmOWi tf 4-9155
Tbe BKLVi:ti: BpfeJ
Strictly Kosher Dinin9 *rn No* J**" .. ,,
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THE BERGMAhj OWW
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tAIKY, VKCTARIA* onrf $H
j asjosji ii 1-9112
itAsmmigu ami
ALBERT FEINBERG
7ft, of 1SI5 NW tal ter.. died Nov. 27
in Tampa. A retired Miami wholesale
jeweler, he wan a resident here 32
vears. Survivors include his wife,
'Rose: a dauuhter, Mrs. Judy Hopkins;
,, -on, l>r. Ijiwrence KeuilierK, two
brother.-, seven sisters and five grand-
children Services ware Nov. 29 at
Cordon Funeral Home, with burial In
Mt. Nebo Cemetery
LAWRENCE KAHN
r.4, of IBM Pennsylvania ave., died
\'o\ 27. A men's clolhinn salesman,
he whs ii r.-sldcnt here five yean.. He
leaves Ins wife. Thelina; two dauch-
ters, Beverly and Bene; and two -is-
teis. Services and burial ei.
Bronx, XV., with Riverside-Beach
Memorial Chapel in charge of arrange-
ments locally.
MRS FRANCES LEMBERG WHITE
U of 1854 S\V !Srd ter.. died Nov. J..
^ resident ben- five years, she l sur-
vived by her husband, Wllllsm; two
sons, l>r Louis Lemberg and in-
[lavld -\. Lemberg; and six grandchil-
dren Services and I.mini were in 1 hi-
,,._., with Gordon Funeral Home in
charge of local arrangements.
LOUIS SCHER
R-, of 842J rolllns ave.. die.I Nov. M.
A wlntei v-ii here for tnany years,
h. w is i Mas.m. Surviving are his
|fe, Bertha; and two eona. Services
:,d burisl were in M< w fork, !!!_
Hellman Funeral Home In chan
.ineiits locally.___
MRS. DORA SCHWARTZ
i i \..\ :' while visiting here from
w v..ii< sin leaves hi i husban
Joseph; :. ..... --hail.- three bt
.,.,, '. ata ,,-. Services end
In N, York, with Cordon
Funeral Home in charge or arrange-
ments
JACK SCHER
75 a resident here 10 years, died Nn
'-' \ retired New York clothing man-
if;",;: :;V,?:'!r;i:;;-
, II....... in .harKc of utransc-
n a i i". ally. _________
CHARLES MINDER
-,,. ,ii,i nv s/hllevacal onlns
.,,-., sunn', isle- motel a '",'"' "",;
ironies enttineer. In- was tb.
CM engineer foi the Western Bloc
i-o at Andrews Air Force 1Baae.
lUJton A clonel ,n t .-A.
,.,....,,,. i. rec< ived awaras to.
ruls*^ rvl^ whlU to g>
u,,,i with full military honor- were
, a lington Nat...n.i CemeWryJDec.
with Hellman Funeral Home in
charge of local arrangements.
SAMU~EL FREEDMAN
;lrvu'^n,.,n'^t^n;,,;n;v,.^o;Ur.
i:,.in. in charge locally.
EUOEN SIMSON
-, >-. Alton rd., died Nov. 26. A
i nSm-'s ;5i
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Regain vim and vigor,
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slippers to our Bath House
located within the hotel.
One of the South's finest resort
hotels. All sports available.
European Plan.
ft. L McEachin. General Manager
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2535 SW 19th fWW_ (^ Abraham Mf.
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BETH DAVID. 1425 SW 3rd avo
Consorvativo. Rabbi Yaakov Rosen- M|AMI HEBREW CONGREGA-
0or. Carn^r William W. Llpton. jtOH. 1101 SW 1h avt Orrhodo. t^ I' .
R.bb. Simon ApriL Cn^r Iml, frm- R*h
K",m#r- ,,, i.Ti?w-'oiifJB,
- Tom IV.!- Conr>fi~ i*lT
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MONTICELLO PARK. 14*b at. Pn
BETH EL. 5C-* SW 17th avo. Or- and Nl 11th ;vt. Cartaora Kodot Robbi Shmaryahu T. Swir- Rabbi Im Loror. Cantor Jacob TIFERETH \'\n
thy. Goldfarb. Miami ava rJL'T
*oranim Hr*o. fj
M*to-H> luu- Mnah filmli
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BETH EMETH. 1W50 N W. ?nd ... ^ Jf
tvo. Contonrath/o. Rabbi David W. NORTH DAOE CENTER. 13AM 'H
Norton. Cantor Hyman Fain. w qj.j. hwy. ComorycHvo^ Robbi "
Honry Okolic*. Cantor bUurica ,^_ "
H^ TORAH TEMPlEa,!
m H-r *- Amorican Jui^,
BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Frairlo avo. Abraham C.jtal.
^hoooL Rabbi H. Louu Rott ,

nc. "Jacob. Ih* Mrwifr of Uod.'
NORTH SHORE CENTER. 420
ZAMORA JEWISH caiai
2*mora avt. Cor>i*r>* |
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BETH JACOB. 301 311 Washm* Abrwnowitf. Cantor Edward Ktoin.
on **. C^thod... Raobi Tibor
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SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER
715 Washington ae.
BETH RAPHAEL. 13 NW 3rd SOUTH DAOE JEWIIH CEN
ro. Orthodox. Rabbi Aria Bockor. TER. Roforn*.
Bauitnard.
Committees
for Installation
BETH TFILAM. 35 Evrtid
OrtbodoH. Robbi Jmpb E. Rackov-
dnr.
Herrr K Go'itoi ij|
stallefl canior ofTmdil
Smday
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, m. ur lorooi oodi cm*vt****mm4
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Menotti, Beethoven
first' Slated by UM
mecK istWa Jud8 Sail:
SOUTHWEST JEWISH C3ITER "
CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER. ***
Consorvativo.
bi Abrahom Lovitan.
'tr TiH*-i CoTMb'.um. Skkol
robs Ri.ph Novak. Jay Cat./
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DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CEN
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOA*. 4144 T*1"' >'le> Kofcer Dr-(
TER. 11140 NW 2nd avo.
oatoativo.
Kr Con
Choso avo. LibaraL Rabbi
Kronish. Cantor David
N .-.Tors
wnc by Giao-
.. t* ifje pnnctpaU
rmed by the I'ni-
SyvipboKry Orcb-
MoaWiay e\mmg*
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FLAGLER-GRANADA. SB NW TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 17B1
S'ot pi. Consorvativo. Rabbi Mur Washinjton avo. Consorvativo.
ray A. Alstot. Rabbi h-vmfl Lobrmon. Conlor b>
raol Roach.
looatBieU
H. Keolmin. Dr. Dtroj
nor. Ar-or Ap-1*, E4vtrsI
stom. SidVwr Ovrchor ad I
Ma^tmrs San I.SBajr.l
Goodman Leo"rd Yror,f
noy Jarabf Ralph Nora* I
Joromo Weiss.

be oa the po-
r* otUi Wilfred
FT. LAL'DERDALE E.VLANU-EL
Mailtellivrru:) of iW1 5. Aradrow, ^, Ft. L^dor
**^. Ro*orm. Robbi Mor.cs Ran-
Otnor oortts to bo on^oi nd ,*n-
mc.jO Ovcrruro to Fadobo." by ...
E-or-^ovoo, anianrd porform- HEBREW ACADEMY. 911 th
onco horo of a tcono front Orthodo.. Rabbi AWxandor
Vosri t Fewer also by Boot-
nd : j oa
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Bar of Mr aod Mrs. Ar-.hor
Boaoran comm.t'.fr iwatel
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TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th Kaua. Sar st. Reform. Robbi Josoph Nora*.
Cantor Jacob Bornstoin.
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strafetd. M HemttSuW
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ear-oai ILrk Jordan
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pertarmazice a do-Cado
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Hollywood Sinai Plans New Site
Dr. Bernard Milloff has been ap-
pointed co-cHairman of a $600,000
fund-raising campaign for con-
struction of a new Temple Sinai
and Hollywood Jewish Community
Cotter to assist chairman Dr.
Harry Bylan.
Seymour Mann. Temple Sinai
president, announced the appoint-
ment in Hollywood Wednesday.
Proposed site of the new Temple
and Center is a ten-acre tract on
Johnson st. between 12th and 13th
avos. in Hollywood.
Steering committee of the cam-
paign includes Louis Zinn and
Ben Biegelsen, chairmen, and
David Feldman, Julius Green,
Max Lipman, Harry Rich, Joseph
Varon, Sam Zaconick and Mrs.
Fannie Zornberg.
*.
"^tttfflLaflLaaV
view of proposed new Temple tract on Johnson st. between 12th and 13th
|llywood. Proposed site is ten-acre aves.
Brain Research Told by Israeli
Ik-(.'TA)The first
of research dealing
ect of color on the
ll human beings was
|thi~ week by Dr. Kal-
d'rector-general of
Medical Organization
(in, address before the
mmittee of Hadassah
who arrived in the
s recently to confer
h leaders, is also a
|hi Committee of Spe-
,,. World Health Or-
ind of the National
ncil of Israel. In a
jmont on the effects of
Ilibnum, Dr. Mann de-
"One of our research projects
of great significance deals with
the effects of color on the equi-
librium of human beings. Prof.
Louis Halpern, head of the .Neur-
ological Department of the Ha-
dassah University Hospital in
Jerusalem, has discovered that
certain number of patients suf-
fered from disturbances of bal-
ance as a result of certain path-
ological conditions in the brain.
"These disturbances of balance.
Dr. Halpern determined, could be
ameliorated or aggravated by ap-
plying certain sensory stimuli. For
example, the application of red
glasses to the patients' visual fields
Joint Chenuka
Celebration Due
Fund drive officers, in addition
to Drs. Milloff and Bylan, include
Joseph Baum, Max Bohrer, Her-
man Goodman, Eve Grumet. Harry
[odich, Harry Kaplan, Jesse Mar-
tin, Joseph Ramo, Manuel Rosen-
th.il and Mack We'lins, vice chair-
.^Hiin; Harry Coville, treasinw*
Charles Scmmel, assistant treas-
urer; and William Ilorvitz, secre-
tary.
According to spiritual leader
David Shapiro, the new
Ben Gurion Branch of Farband.
Labor Zionist Order, will meet i Rabbi
Thursday evening, Dec. 12, at Beth building will be dedicated in the
resulted in the gross aggravation
of imbalance. On the other hand,
the application of blue glasses cor-
rected the imbalance and the in-
voluntary movements associated
with it.
"The significance of this re-
search lies in the the interrelation-
ship of motor and sensory influ-
ences affecting the voluntary and
involuntary systems of the body,
specifically those basic organs of
life, such as the heart, lungs, etc.
This field of research is a com-
pletely virgin one and opens up
new frontiers for neurology, phys-
iology and psychiatry."
El Congregation.
The meeting will be held in con-
junction with the Poale Zion
Branch here. Scheduled is a joint
Chanuka celebration.
Special feature will be a de-
tailed report by Bernard Fur-
man, president of Farband, who
recently returned from a tour ot
Israel.
Dr. A. J. Ishlon is cultural chair-
man of Farband here, and will be
in charge of the program. Dr.
Simon Wilensky is Poale Zion pres-
ident.
fall of 1958 and will include a sanc-
tuary, chapel, library, rabbi'3
study, administrative offices, audi-
torium, youth center facilities,
fulls equipped kitchen, and 20 func-
tional rooms.
Rosensfein is Speaker
Everett II. Rosenstein discussed
"The Hunger for Cosmic Support"
at a meeting of the Miami Ethical
Society Sunday morning at Koubek
Center.
Hires
nus oiFosrr
eaven Will Start Saturday
_ ,, 1 I aB ai i Me, ...I.. uieta Cl
[ that Greentree Stable's
en. a three-year-old son
Jut, will be started in
JS10.000 added Ponce de
licap. Contract rider ap-
bhnny Ruane will have
INS ! 5yw*%#f
rf#)tfvflffy
AifMrtM
r rVOWMM
Which Ar
Certified e
Koifcet.
HER Welch Hi H
MYsmSeMt.
Rockcastle, who was saved
from o n ti m I y destruction
through the affection and deter-
mination of his owner, Mr. J. A.
Leone, will alto start in Satur-
day's fixture if the track is fast,
it was announced Wednesday by
Trainer Jack Skirvin, who nurs-
ed the five-year-old back to
health. Roekcaatle won hit last
Two trainers, A. N. Winick and
E. W. King, notched double vic-
tories on Monday's program. The
Monday card also saw John Fitz-
simmons, the son of "Sunny Jim'
and Johnny Nerud, join the list of
winning trainers for the first time.
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^JewistnorkJian
foups Hit for Hurting South's Jews
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decision, but he pleaded for time and tol-
asseriing that the South needs to be under-
ralhtr than criticized.
[sserting that not all Jews were liberals and
Ul liberals were Jews, the publisher charged
Jhe liberals wanted Southern Jewry to fight and
Cr liberal causes, while in the North the same
1]S move out when Negroes buy homes in their
orhood.
h. ?,? """V Jwm* familie*, having lived in
the South for decades, have taken on the thinking
J.LV* "l "t* n0nJwi*h neighbor.. Man?
Jew. he said, have knuckled under pressure and
.o.n.d the Whit. Citizen. Council, .g.in.t their
convictions.
When ADL, American Jewish Congress or other
Jewish organiztions take a stand in New York on
the race issue, local Southern newspapers and anti-
Semitic agitators use such material to the chagrin
and discomfort of Southern Jews. White said
\rstein to Address GMJCC Youth Conclave
Richard E. Gerstein, State Attorney, has been announced as the
keynote speaker for the fourth annual teen-age conclave sponsored by
the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center set for Sunday afternoon
at the Center's Town Branch, 450 SW 16th ave.
Gerstein will address the opening assembly, which will be attended
by 300 delegates from youth groups within GMJCC, coming from vari-
ous locations throughout Dade county. The subject of Gerstein-s ad-
dress, which is also the theme of this year's conclave, will be "Youth
Faces the World of Tomorrow."
KKH&RD GtKSTtlH
\hmid PTA
of Temple Ner Tamid held
knuka workshop at its meet-
londay.
This year's conclave will also
serve as the official kickoff for
the newly organized "Jewish
Center Youth" movement, which
has been set up by GMJCC to
more effectively serve 50 youth
group, under its sponsorship.
Charter, in this new youth move-
ment will be issued to all mem-
ber groups during the month of
December.
A representative of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, of which
the Center is a member organiza-
tion, will officially dedicate the
new movement. There are 30 clubs
in the senior high school division,
and 20 clubs in the junior high di-
vision. The conclave will be at-
tended only by senior high dele-
gates.
Prof. Horace M. Kallen. dis-
tinguished scholar and Jew-
ish leader, will be honored
on his 75th birthday at 18th
anniversary dinner of Amer-
ican Assn. for Jewish Educa-
tion Sunday evening in New
York's Waldorf-Astoria.
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Delegates will be cominn from
the clubs at the following branches
and extension operations of the
agency: Town Branch, Beach
Branch, North County Branch,
Southwest Branch and Temple Ju-
dea.
At the opening assembly, there
will also be greetings by Isidore B.
Simkowitz, recently-elected GMJCC
president, and by a representative
of the United Fund, which includes
GMJCC as a beneficiary organiza-
tion. Many of these youth groups
assisted in the Metropolitan Divis-
ion of the United Fund campaign
this year.
The schedule of events for the
day will be as follows: 2:30 p.m.,
general assembly; 3 p.m., work-
shops in such field of interest as
"Science in the World of Tomor-
row," "Community Service,"
"Fund Raising," "Membership,"
"Social Activities" and "Club
Presidents"; dinner at 6 p.m.,
followed by entertainment and a
dance.
At the dinner session, Rabbi B.
Leon Hurwitz, of Zamora Jewish
Center, will bring the greetings of
the Rabbinical Assn. and will offer
the invocation and benediction.
Stuart Winston, Town Branch chair-
man, will welcome guests to the
building, and there will be closing |
remarks by Efraim H. Gale, execu- j
tive director.
The entire conclave is being co-
ordinated by Miriam Scheinberg,
youth activities supervisor. Nearly
all members of the professional
staff of the agency will be on duty
to staff the various phases of the
program.
'Suppressed Desire' Fete
B'nai B'rith Women of Miami
will hold a "suppressed des're"
masquerade ball Sunday evening,
Dec. 15, at Hillel House on the Uni-
versity of Miami campus. Mrs.
Mike Morer is chairman of the af-
fair. In charge of information are
co-chairmen Mrs. Ben Slutsky and
Mrs. Abe Aronovitz.
JNF Dinner Plans
Finalize Sunday's
Evening Program
Sam J. Heiman, cha'rman of the
Jewish National Fund third annual
dinner, Wednesday announced that
final arrangements for the dinner
have been completed. The func-
tion is due Sunday evening at the
Crown hotel and will be strictly
Kosher under rabbinical .supervi-
sion.
All affiliated Zionist organiza-
tions, religious and fraternal
groups in (he community will par-
ticipate in the launching of a
Greater Miami Village in Israel
at the dinner, Heiman revealed.
Bartley C. Crum, internation-
ally renowned lawyer, will be
guest speaker along with Temple
Emanu-EI spiritual leader Dr.
living Lehrman. Mrs. Jennie
Grossinger will be guest of hon-
or.
Among workers who have dis-
tinguished themselves for their ef-
fort in behalf of the affair are:
Benjamin Appel, Albert Broad,
Ezra Finegold, Jacob C. Fishman,
Mayshie Friedberg, Peter Heller,
1 Joseph Mechlow, Sidney Palmer,
f Jul'us Rosenstein. Dr. B. Zucker-
braun and the Mesdames Lillian.
! Goodman, Nathan Bookspan, Jo-
i scph Krantz, Pauline Levick, Mir-
iam Press, Isaac Saperstein, Wolf
Shklair, Joshua Z. Stadlan and Ida
I Wessel.
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I^fL^ember
Poles' 'Assumptions' Surprise WJC
Continued from Pap* 1 A
J*w.S group that "*s affiliation
to th* Cengr*.* was opon to all
J*wi*h community** on ttrmj o'
CMpMt oauabty. it was imHi'
sib)* and wnoVsirab!* to ma**
Speakers SJctarf of Forma,
Hoturol Hyaioat Society
N ith lecture in a series on Th
Art at I ix ins" M hi S11"'" ^> H*
Abraham Wolfsoa at the Spasoia
Outdoor Forum Saturday. 8 p.m.
At $ 30 p.m. Dr Jacques Fresco
will adflnrss the lorum A anoint.
and answer period Mm the lec-
ture
V. ecrcsday evening at t p m .
Pr W oh son atf >pe*k be .ore the
Greater M:ami Natural Hygieae
Society on '-Philosophy- ..
tai hi
special arran*m*nts with any
on* community *r attach special
condition* ra fo cooperation with
th* Cenpross."
Kistermans statement conclud
th the- hope that the spin:
d*d throughout our many
vrences in Poland will enable
!es to achieve the mu
CATHOLICS GOT fKfOtlMCc
fjmtoamI h-em p** i a
treatnwot accord*.: The Cataaac
Church by virtue oi th* Penj
artK-!e wM not m coafhv:
Article Kigec because no hama
1MB c-. ".he tree ev
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he Church had a diet
position from that ot v>taer religwos
- luatmas auaaa oi the
L waaaterruated traduaia of tie
. fce4u=M4 idNft ea-
tuai uaderstanJing we all pro-
foundly seek."
At a meeting oi the central coun
of the Cultural and Social Assn.
I'olMI JEM1 wW W "Warsaw-
eari) Naaamaer. th* "assump-
>" on which the Polish group
would affrifhate which was re-
quested in the form of a written
ment wore weed by Hers*
ia' c^atrran of Ike associa-
ttoa. He asked:
I Roth MM elirr.:rate in their
cooperation all ideological and po
I aspects which divide them
and unite on the basic principles
ca provide a possibility for cc-
onera'HV *.U decisions dealing
-.-> i-ii-eotal problems wii be
passed with the unmiwrn appro-
w! oi all ideuaapral and pabtieal
forces rer-->s*wed ia the Congress,
esciuchat ia advance any attempts
1 TS* WJC win can on all or-
iar>*m a**il**d wwb it. ~ir
. ? ** m* and p*>.-*cal ."*wv to partwjp at*
in tw* ft
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atomic weapons t*st.
3. The WJC "will oppose the re-
creation of the Wehrmacht and the
revival of Hitlerite forces in Ger-
many headed by Hitlerite war
criminals and murderers of the
Jaw -h people."
4 The WJC ;:i conduct the
mast intensive campaign against.
anti-Semitism and all forms of dis-
crimination against the Jewish
population" and will ask all its af-
filiate groups to cooperate with I
non-Jewish organizations which
-conduct the same struggle"
5 The World Jewish Congress
will "appeal to the people of Israel,
to the Government of Israel and to
all communal and political orgaa-
uatmas not to let themselves be is-1
verred m any war intrigues of any (
colonial great power and to declare
the stnet neutrality of Israel to-
wards the existing and any possible
conflicts in the Middle East.-
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