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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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Buosb-Elondiaun
31 Number 51
Combining THE JtV/ISH UNITY and Tftf JEWISH WttKLY
Miami, Florida, Friday, December 20, 1957
Price 200
e Nix Middle East Talk at NATO
\rabs Pressure US to Force Vast
territorial Concessions from Israelis
Appeal Votes
Huge Double
Goal for '58
MOWS W. BUUiSUIH
. tftntral cnoirmon
liirion Averts
Cabinet Crisis
SKOND BHW-U IN TWO WEEKS
see re. 7 a
NEW YORK(JTA)Arab politicians this week were engaged in
a tremendous pressure campaign to stampede the United States into
support of a "solution" of the Palestine question based on the 1947 Uni-
ted Nations partition plan which would involve the truncation of Israel
territory.
+ A the same time, Israel moved
in London to leave the British Gov-
ernment in no doubt that Israel
would bitterly fight any British at-
tempt at a "solution" based on the
discredited Guildhall plan which
would require territorial conces-
sions by Israel to its Arab neigh-
bors.
The pressure campaign on the
United States was spearheaded by
the so-called "moderate" Arab
elements the politicians whom
Washington generally regards as
the most favorably disposed to the
West. The outstanding personality
involved was wily old Nuri Pasha
es Said, twelve-time premier of
Iraq and virtually the only livine
Arab politician who dares to admit
JTABy Dirct Teletype Wire
JERUSALEMA cabinet crisis
NEW YORK-(JTA)-The Unit-
ed Jewish Appeal concluded Sun-
day its two-day 20th annual na-
tional conference here with a call
to American Jewry to raise a spe-
cial $100,000,000 Rescue Fund over
and above the regular UJA cam-
paign for 1958. which requires
$102,031,000. Morris W. Berinstein,
of Syracuse, N.Y., well-known phi- friendship with Britain,
lanthropist and business leader,
was elected general chairman suc-
ceeding William Rosenwald who
served in this position during the
last three years.
The decision to conduct a rescue
fund campaign in addit'on to the
regular drive was adopted by the
more than 1,300 delegates from
all parts of the country who attend-
ed the conference. Some of the
Nuri Pasha brought the cam-
paign to Washington last week
to the White House, where he
was received by President Eisen-
hower and to the State Depart-
ment, where he conferred twice
in the week with Secretary of
State Dulles.
Turks Demand Israel Move
Back to '47 Partition Line
JTA By Direct Teletype Wire
PARISA spokesman for the American delegation at the NATO
summit conference here reiterated that the United States will oppose
any decision at the conference concerning the Arab-Israel conflict.
The U.S. statement was made while the Turkish delegation con-
tinued its behind-the-scene efforts to get the question of Israel's boun-
daries on the agenda of the NATO conference.
Members of the Turkish delegation contended that the territory
Israel gained under the 1948 Arab-Israel Armistice Agreements was
not included in the boundaries set by the United Nations partition
decision. They insisted that Israel must withdraw to the 1947 bor-
der lines.
Franc* made it known Monday that she would oppose any such
frentier revision and that she fully supports the U.S. stand that the
question of Israel's frontiers must not be dealt with at the NATO
parley.
However, the Turkish delegates were said Tuesday to have pre-
pare-* a fmo'#Sensiv ariument to support their request for dis-
cussion of Israel's boundaries.
T00 HOT TOR EUROPE TO HANDLE
'Controversial Nature' May
Keep Dispute Under Raps
Nuri Pasha was reportedly UTf-
!|ing the gravity of the situation in
rhich threatened to break up the delegates brought forward checks (he Middle East and the urgency
kovernment coalition was Tuesday fron, their communities totalling
[postponed" until Sunday follow- several million dollars. Thirty-
ng a decision by Prime Minister three communities whose
of action by the Western Powers
Continued on Page 2A
Dav;d Ben-Gurion not to send a
cd Israeli personality to Germany
illegedly to secure Germany's sup-
rt for international guarantees
liir Israel's security. The issue is
txpectid to have its reverbera-
tions at the cabinet meeting next
Sunday.
The news that rho decision to
send such an emissary to Ger-
: many was adopted by Hie cabi-
net was revealed Tuesday in
"Lamerchav," official organ of
Continued on Page 11 A
campaigns topped all previous rec-
ords were presented with specal
awards. Mr. Rosenwald was pre-1
sented with a silver antique me- j
norah for his outstanding leader-1
ship of the UJA since its founding j
and his major role as general
chairman for the last three years.
The vote for a 1958 rescue fund
came after the delegates heard
Moshe Sharett, former Prime
Minister of Israel, sum up Is-
Continued on Page 13A
Colombian Takes
On Scopus Tiff
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) -
United Nations Secretary General
Dag Hammarskjold Monday an-
nounced formally that he has ap-
pointed Dr. Francisco Urrutia of
Colombia as his personal repre-
sentative to deal with the Israel-
Jordan dispute regarding Mt. Sco-
P"s-
"I attach very great signifi-
canee to uYs mission," he said. "If
it succeeds it will stabilize this
situation which if allowed to drift
Continued on Page 12 A
JERUSALEM -(JTA) The If|
rael Cabinet met in special sess'on
this week to consider Israel's posi-1
lion in relation to the meeting of
the 14 government chiefs of the
NATO powers in Paris.
The Israel Cabinet was reported
to be discussing rumored Br'tish-1
Turkish-Iraqi efforts to revive i
either the 1947 Palestine partition1
plan or the proposal for truncating \
Israel made by then Prime Minis- j
ter Sir Anthony Eden at a speech |
in London's Guildhall late in 1955. j
Top Israel circles are not cer-1
tain at the moment whether the j
Middle East will be discussed on
the NATO agenda or whether the,
Israel-Arab conflict will arise. Ac-j
cording to information received
here, some of the NATO countries
are hesitant to ra'se the Middle!
East problem because of its con ;
trovcrsial nature, and they do not j
want any important issue to de-
tract from the centrality of the
discussion of the Western alliance
in relation to missile warfare.
Other NATO member states,
Continued on Page 6 A
He's Bright Boy
ANKARA(JTA)The Pales-
tine problem must be solved
"with justice and according to
United Nations resolutions,"
and Communist subversion in
the Middle East must be corn-
batted if peace and stability are
to be restored to the region,
Turkish Foreign Minister Fatin
Rustu Zorlu told newsmen here
before emplaning for the NATO
conference in Paris.
It is obvious, Mr. Zorlu said,
that these "two dangers now
threatening the Middle East are
directly and indirectly linked to
each other." H expected the
issue to be discussed at the par-
ley.
(In Ottawa, Prime Minister
John Diefenbaker told Parlia-
ment Saturday that the Arab-
Israel dispute would be examin-
ed at the NATO summit meet-
ing.)
Bigot on Trial for Danger to Bonn
"Dollars to doughnuts." says hostess Elsa Maxwell "Greater
Miami', 400 will make your Israel Bond Formal Ball one o
Etvir,i -------______. jiLm Rn 1 is Saturday evening ui
social season's most glittering." Ball is Sa urday evemng
Americana hotel. Admission is by inv8,men' 0,rwman.
Bond per coup!-. Mr-. L=Roy Collins i< honY".fWorld.
Entertainers will include lose Greco. (See Women s woria.
Sec. B)
RA\1BFRG-(JTA)-Arthur Erhart, publisher of
P anii Semitic and neo-Nazi monthly 'Nation
Ger%naTio'nCrKuropa'' has published numerous art-
m,ll,0?dunnVmee.aTe Vo d" War 'with a special S.S.
and exterminated thousands of Jews.
A libel action against t^e >** I***?
-Deutsche Afrik.Ori.nt Information" ha, b~n
filed on behalf of Eric Ollcnhauer, leader of the
Social Democratic Party. The publication, con-
sidered a sounding board for former Nans, stated
in a recent issue that Dr. Ollenhauer is attorney
for Israel and that his wife is a Jew who recently
served as a volunteer in the Israeli Army.
Meanwhile, in Dusseldorf, a group of former
Nazi organizations have formed an 'action commit-
tee" and are preparing to launch a lobbying cam-
paign in behalf of compensation for "victims of de-
nazification procedures. __
The Nazi actions unit called for elimination ot
all leustlation in post-war Germany which discrim-
inp" aea'nst former Nazis and annulment of all
sentences imposed on convicted Nazis.




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Arabs Pressure US to Force Israeli Concessions
Continued from Page 1 A ] cordance with United Nations res-
olutions and with justice and equity
to jump the gun on the Russians; is ^ of the mam nuaona of the
by acting before they could cotie' present instability in the Middle
ottt for solution on the basis of the East "
1947 UN plan. The communjcuc aftded (hat Pre
The Arab politician who. accord- mier Adham Menderes of Turkey,
ing to the Wall Street Journal, was to present the group's views to
made the trip ts Washington with the NATO parley. American sour-
the backing and support of a nuni- cos denied in Washington last week
her of American diplomats in the that the political aspects of the
Middle East, was said to be urging Arab Israel dispute would be dis-
on President Eisenhower and S- cussed at the Paris meeting, but
rotary Dulles a "totuih" policy .waded .lUat there wAuld.be cub*
against Israel to compel th" .'ewis sirferation o. the 'military poten-
State to make the sacrifices and tiallfle*!-' of various Middle East
concessions necessary to satisty countries.
Arab demands for settlement.
A Statt Department source ad-
mitted that assurances had boon
g ven to Nun tHef ro basic de-
cisions regarding Iraq or Bagh-
dad P.-rt irterests would be
As Nwri Pasha ureed w v
ington to beat the Kremlin to the
draw, Mahmoud Fawji, the
Egyptian Foreign Minister, who-n
Washington regards as one of th
more responsible leaders in
Egypt, was buoy trying to entice
Secretary Dulles with trte attrac-
tive prospect of dislodging tS I---------1 A ||%b*J CaaeeJ
Russian grip on the Nasser re- LcnC'A^nallQ lUllQ
gime. Fawti, it was reported.
BB Youth Will Aid
told Mr. Dulles, in an hour-long
meeting, that me United States
could seize the initiative from
the Soviet Union and could cash
in through a "new approach" to
the question of Israel's boun-
daries and to the Arab refugee
question.
While Nuri Pasha and Fawzi car-
ried the ball in Washington, the
four Moslem states in the Baghdad
PactIraq. Iran. Turkey arH Pak-
istanuave them powerful support.
The four powers met in Istanbul on
fit eve of the Puns NATO ni nmit
paries last weekeai
: wai
the f...
has not I ed in ac-
Grea'er Miami Council of the
R-->i "ri'h Yorrrfc organization
will sr>onsor a city-wide dance at
the Alcazar hotel Saturday eve-
ning.
Proceeds from the Chanuka
dance will be donated to the Lend- some blunt talking on the subject
A Hand Fund. Admission to the of the Macmillan Government's re-
taken by NATO with*** cons*,
tation of the nations directly con-
; cemed. The a**ui ante*.. It w
said, folkwed Nirri'a expression
i of concern lest the Part* IPtthi
consider support for Israel as an
anfi- Communist power. As
Department spokesman explain-
ed W, American policy required
that this nation avoid taking de-
cisions involving other nations
without prior discussion with
them.
In Jerusalem. Israel Government
officials watched the Arab maneo-
vers with utmost caution. Circlea
close to the government warned
the Western Powers that talk of
forcing Israel to make territorial
concessions to the Arabs would
only increase tension in the Middle
East and make a settlement more
difficult.
The Israel Embassy in Washing-
ton, it was disclosed, reiterated to
the State Department that no pro-
posal involving territorial conces-
sions by Israel had any chance of
being discussed or agreed to by
Israel.
In London. Israel's Ambassador,
Eliahu Elath. had a 90-minute ses-
sion with British Foreign Secretary
Selwyn Lloyd and reportedly did
up a number of trial balloons on
"solutions" based on the Guildhall
plan or modifications of It.
If the British Government
openly and formally seeks to ad-
vance such a plan, it was report-
ed in London last week that it
would run into heavy sledding
in Parliament, not only from the
Labor opposition hut also from
its own Conservative benches.
Herbert Morrison, the Foreign
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p. Albert Pallot Oeft), president of District 5 B'nai B'rith, and
Florida Sen. Spessard Holland (left) listen attentively as
Michael Sossin, newly-appointed chairman of Fifth District
[committee on ageing, outlines new program. Sossin and Leo
lAxlrod, chairman of committee for the employment of hand-
icapped, will be guests of honor at a luncheon sponsored by
[Mian-.; Beach B'nai B'rith Men's Lodge Tuesday noon at DiLido
Ihotel. Gershon Miller is chairman of luncheon group.
lens Fashion Guild Awards Five
New Scholarships to U. of Miami
Scholarships were awarded to I scholarship fund was started in
live I'nversity of Miami students.
Ihree of whom are local boys, by
the Men's Fashion Guild of Miami
each at their 10th annual beef-
1950.
Bert Bachrach, nationally syndi-
cated authority on men's fashions,
was the principal speaker at the
String Sinfonietta
Slated Sunday
First concert of the String Sin-
; <* by Robert Strassburg, will take
P ace Sunday evening at the Tem-
ple. 320 Palermo ave., Coral
Gables,
Opening work will be the Vivaldi
Concerto in A minor, with soloists
DT. .eorge Baum, Dr. Charles Ros-
Nettle' Green and Kudolph
This will be followed bv Sam-
uel Berber's Adagio for Strings.
First half of the program will
conclude with Eine Kleine Nacht-
musik by Moiart.
Strassburg's "The Patriarchs,"
four statements for string orchestra
based on the sayings of Moses,
David. Job and Isaiah, was given
its premiere performance by the
University of Miami Symphony
Orchestra under the direction of
John Bitter. It will receive its sec-
ond local performance with
Green as viola soloist in the third
movement,
Cantor Herman Gottlieb, of Tem-
ple Judea. will be heard for the
first time with the Sinfonietta in
three songs, 'Ki Mitzyon," an Is-
raeli folk song arranged by Strass-
burg: "Shadows," by Sholom Se-
cunda: and "Una Furtiva La-
grima," by Gaetano Donizetti.
The Sinfonietta, now in its third
season, is the only string orchestra
in Dade county devoted to the play-
ing of baroque, classic romantic
and modern works.
Openings are available in each
section of the orchestra for men
and women who enjoy playing fine
chamber music. Rehearsals take
olace every Sunday evening from
7 to 10 p.m.. at the Coral Gables
Youth Center.
teak dinner at the Fontainebleau | dinner, and other speakers were
hotel recently. I Mayor Kenneth Oka of Miami
The students who received schol-
arships in the university's depart-
eni of marketing are: David E.
Jac-ti. 3962 SW 58th ave.. Miami:
[chad Park Harrison, 7410 Car-
lyle ave., Miami Beach; Robert
Joseph Molko, 2203 Bay rd Miami
each; Ernest M. Stokes, West
Palm Beach; and Harry Marvin
|Segal, Margate City, N. J.
Dr. Jay F. W. Pearson, presi-
dent of the university, received
the scholarships for the students,
and an acceptance speech on be-
half of the winners was made by
Harrison, one of the recipients.
The award of the five scholar-
Beach, and Harry Riemer. editor
of the Daily News Record, New
York City.
Larry Hoffman, recently elect-
ed president of the Guild, and
other officers for the coming
yeer were installed et the func-
tion. They are, in addition to
Hoffman, Morris Kejanov, first
vice president; Mickey Hayes,
second vice president; Dave Mil-
ler, secretary; and Al Leslie,
treasurer.
New board of directors recently
elected includes George Furman,
Henry Steig. Al Zablo, Abbey Lane,
Lou Grcenberg, Joe Linn, Irving
Rabbis Slated on TV
Dr. Joseph Narot, of Temple Is-
rael of Greater Miami, and Rabbi
Alfred Waxman, of Temple Zion,!
will appear over Ch. 7 Sunday;
morning, 10:30 a.m., on the pro-
gram, "The Still Small Voice."
Mont /cello Club Dance Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Club of Congrega-
tion Monticello Park will give a
Chanuka dance Sunday evening.
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31 Number
Friday. December 20. 1957
27 Kislev 5718
51
Some Thought Given to U.S. Jewry's Future
Israel prepares to enter its tenth year as a
free and indepsndent nation at the same time
that the United Jewish Appeal marks its twen-
tieth year of organization.
The relationship between the two need
hardly be expounded upon hsre. We have
done that often enough in these columns. Suf-
fice it to say thai the UJA contribution to Israel's
independence is sufficiently extensive to put to
severe guestion the Jewish State's future in the
event of a flagging UJA effort.
The UJA national conference in New York
last weekend was a proper jumping off point
for another guestion entirely. The Appeal has
by now well proved its best intentions and
shown sterling results. That it ante-dates Israel
by a decade, and that its predecessor organiza-
tions go even further back, are evidence
enough of American Jewry's interest in a suc-
cessful Jewish republic.
The guestion to which we refer is one of
motive. There is little doubt but that the United
Jewish Appeal will ultimately have to face the
same dilemma long confronting the Zionist Or-
ganization here and abroard. By this we do
not mean that Israel may be shortly expected to
rid herself of the need for overseas Jewish com-
munity assistance in the same way that an
established Jewish nation presumably rid world
Jewry of the need for a movement aimed at
achieving such an end.
o a o a
Emergency May Lessen
Although all of us would prefer otherwise,
and for obvious reasons, Israel will unfortun-
ately need UJA and other forms of similar as-
sistance for a long time to come.
Nonetheless, it is to be hoped that the life-
saving, emergency character of UJA funds will
disappear. Need must not be necessarily pre-
dicated on images of imminent doom. Certain-
ly, immediate political considerations in the
Middle East hardly point to a reduction of ten-
sion in the near future.
But it is at least to be anticipated that by
the time another decade has passed by the
time Israel prepares to mark her twentieth year
of existence and the UJA its thirtieth some of
this tension will have disappeared and some of
the imminence and foreboding of doom upon
which UJA fund-raising freguently relies for a
successful campaign will have been eradi-
cated.
Even should a workable resolution of Mid-
dle East difficulties be as distant as all that, it
would not be too soon for us to consider the con-
seguent effect today. The turmoil in which
Zionist ideology currently finds itself is due in
large measure to the fact that Zionism failed
to anticipate the future to anticipate its role
following the achievement of its goal.
.
Change That Must Be Met
Perhaps the most significant effect would
be a necessary change in the attitude of the
American Jewish community, which has been
groomed to respond to emergency over the
years and which has, as a result, centered
many of its programs and activities around
fund-raising pure and simple.
Up for reevaluation would be the ties be-
tween U.S. Jewry and Israel. If the tie as it ap-
pears, and as Israelis themselves have argued,
is an economic one. then we will perforce need
to seek out and forge an ideological one. This
will necessarily mean a vast change in the
character of the American Jewish community.
But it is a chanae the community will have
to meet a change, we fear, some believe
American Jewry incapable of makinq. The
danger here is a conseguent artificial retention
of the life-saving, emergent nature of Israeli
need as an alternative to an ideological ma-
turing' process, in which the American Jew
community emerges as a vibrant, self-sufficient
body conscious of its philanthropic responsi-
bilities and spiritual ties to Israel but conscious
also of its integral role in the American milieu.
It is for these reasons that anticipation of
^rs'-^gg^^^s^
"ortunttely, the SatunT"
gree of muchneeded coV (
intended it this way, but nature manages t0 Drot'"* ADL ^
terests of its charges. Since unrelenting seriousness*1 "* b*M
finest of civil libertarian intentions, the contrihmin l" mtt W
Texas Sen. Ralph Yarborough offered the precise am" ,turd,J to the five-day gathering here to assure its intelligent per"' "Hlllt'
Sen. Yarborough, along with Minnesota Gov Orvili
was supposed to speculate on "The Future of Human n i*
America I still don't know what exactly he chose ai n uN
.subject, but I do know that the future of human relation, i!,.?^
vot, loM some where in a tangle of PmWifHL 9***luu to u **'
characterized by excessively categoruarsocial sclentS? V
ern Politician." The senator waxed expansive, spoke io!..
democracy from the long range point of view, as onh J,.
the South are capable of doing. J senator,
I had a feeling of history and tradition imparted to m._k
and tradition of heavy handed bigotry hidden beh.nd tho aiuj ^l
aristocratic gentility such as spurred slave-owners of old in i M
Mammies. Withal, democracy emerged a knight in ihinin. ."**
nineteenth century style-but it was the brand of democr-?v i 51
not recognize as my own. } """tl
Thus, civil liberties became beyond question a rna'ter nf,' *
tics Sen. Yarborough's democracy was held at arms' length i.
exclusively by fingertips, a phenomenon for ideolosic;,l exnre i
to be emulated through example. For him. as a Southerner demr
emerged a kind of political schizophrenia in which florid oritaw
lies expedient action. *
: : .;- .:.
HUMAM KUATIONS VMKUATID TO HUMANITY
A FFIRMING HIS BELIEF in our way of life. Sen Yarboro^ fc'
" clared that "the appeal of democracy reaches from the R
Grande to the Lake of the Woods, from cactus to pine from th* tfZ
of the Pecos Bill to the forests of Paul Bunyan." It was indfrtrf.
inarkable how much ground he covered in so short a space of tint
rushing from his hectic geographic schedule almost simuhanew*
backward in history to catch up with "Columbus and his caraveh
(whoi coasted the waters of the New World in search of tkt
'vealth of the Indies ." and forward again to the ADL racuai
which ". retain* sj eternally the idealism of youth in your sp,ritlul
quest for freedoms that beckon through the ages."
But in this hither-andthithering, in this classically foul lingo if
the stereotype politican. nowhere was there a single referenc* elite
to the Negro or to today's pressing integration-segregation battle Si j
failure assumed even more grievous proportion when related to th I
subject he had presumably come here to discuss. How one can jdk- f
ulate on the future of human relations in America without speciht
reference to tejese issues remains a mystery to me even after a vttV|
cf careful ceoJiderstioQ of Sen. Yarborough s address.
Tobe perfectly fair, the Texas senator warned that "there i-pj|
pse_4rying to fool the world by sticking our heads like the ostrich
the sand. The kind of freedom that our heroes met death for,' k> I
said "does not exist today for all Americans." In sum he urged "ha-j
fillment of America's promise of liberty and justice for all," indicat-'
mg that "unless we unite and develop our human resources, ui'
search out talent wherever it may be found, we will fail the hs
b**l hope of iMMtotav-on this earth."
t" -: : -
m social same awsr mot lac aihimd
gUT NOWHERE DID Sen. Yarborough offer any positive means of
achieving these endsshort of his expansive oratory "I wanttt
congratulate you." he said, "on this subject you have chosen," i*
eating it was a subject indeed needing discussion, but him-elf mahif
no move in that direction nor verbalizing the subject if only by
repetition of its title.
"I call for compliance with the Golden Rule." the Texas legisla-
tor declared at another point. And so the circumlocution continud.
excused by many on the basis of the fact that he is a Southerner and
could safely say no morebut not excused by me. who found his ap-
pearance before a civil libertarian organization that part of the Bal-
sacian human comedy which shows man in his infirm moments a little
less than noble but little more than ridiculous.
By contrast. Gov. Freeman's address was a brilliant presenUtin
In proper perspective, it was an intelligent but far from exciting at-
tempt at assessing our nation's future in relation to its present tci*'
tific and technological deflation. Declaring that Sputnik has crowdei
Little Rock off the front pages. Gov. Freeman warned that the after-
math of Little Rock is nevertheless still with us. In the battle l
men minds, he said, we must adjust the social inequities plaguuU
the political reality of our national existence.
This was especially urgent, he declared, because the uncommitted
Peoples of the world tend to emphasize America's shortcomings andw
minimize her aihievements. As much as the U.S. needs new energies
and direction to reach newer technological levels of progress. G
freeman squarely insisted that the pace in the social sciences mil*
not lag.
: -> : -;.
out mimms mm (Atrtm Aomsrmm
Sefftflri Phaiir* f AT haft.* WITH..,$ ** ta^ound he developed the national exped.ent as
JCtUIIU U.dllCe lOT Udfle u *" moral necessity of his argument Racial inequality.
- Time tor Mopping Oof Programs
the future and the ability to accommodate to
the future are at least as great emergencies in
many ways as those spurring us to support the
State of Israel today.
They art' emergencies for the American
Jewish community as a body frequently over-
looking its own future in its haste to assure
Israel's
They are also emergencies so far as Israel
is concerned, which can hardly be relied upon
intelligently to begin an evaluation, let alone
a reevaluation. of her ties to Jewry here.
Change is not only inevitable it is liie-
saving.
Foot-in-Mouth Disease
Secretary of State Dulles' remarks at a
press conference in Washington last week to
the effect that he accepts in principle an Italian
proposal for development of the Middle East
does not agree with his own State Department's
terse anouncement earlier that the proposal
would not be acceptable to the U.S.
It is this kind of confusion that has charac-
terized Administration ambiguities in the past.
The mixup is a perfectly clear example of
why Europe neither trusts nor cares for Mr.
Dulles, who offered this evaluation of the pro-
posal shortly before his departure for the NATO
conference in Paris.
What he can contribute to allaying Eu-
rope s increasing disturbance over our lack of
leadership is hard to fathom.
Ian 99'S/Und S^ hVe ^"ded to
n' 22^de county, first one-time campaign
for 55 beneficiary agencies. y
Extension come* as a result of UF's failur*
to reach its S3.207.707 goal. lanurs
Many Miamians have already g:vn aen
erously ,o United Fund, recognizing9 the clear
advantages of Dades new form of philanthrj
Pc project over the previous muLiple drive
well as the moral necessity of his argument Racial inequamj.
he pointed out. has been based heretofore on our military, tactical and
industrial superiority-a super.onty which no longer exttU In *
on When we are concerned with a guarantee of rights, we are act
uVn ,co?C*rne<' with ,he rih,s of minorities, for majorities can u'
ually take care cf their own. It is tiroa." he suggested, "that ""
Americans realize that we are a minonty-that in the world, the so-
tailed colored people outnumber the whites three to one
rnn.iS'nCe lhe pr' ** ol,r nues to girdle the globe, this nation must come Io recogiuzetW,
M Innvt-r an...-.* ._ #;____ _i___=..______ _.;rin#t aCC*-
But some have obviously not yet pitched
in to assure the success of UPs 1957 rr,^
Jar, 20 is the new ,aiae, date W.^S
cent Miami will score a bull. eye a. Sat^t
accord-'
fuBy
.. ^ .iic giuur. mis nation must come > m'
lorixer afford to figure minorities and majority
pulation of one little town, or a single stale
,Jnnid,?C.rng ,h* n'U*y of his approach. Gov. Freeman, ft*
Z\T uS*" fa,,Ur" of '' North. while cnt.ciz.nx those*
h^ L h,s *,8'8onintegration survev was les. sharp th**
-andtlTli *" at sob'r -v.lu.t,on of whal has be
t> 1, d nml8 ,0 "* done in mans **** ellon *
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pAnv. December 20, 1957
'Jmist, IkrHur
Jewish Education in US. to be Eyed
A-5
By Experts at Three-Day Meet Here
ica" will bo the nibjecl ol a three il.emo *u h -r ', Sest,on
"The
brew
by. (he National Federation of He-
brew Teachers and Principals.
The pedagogic parley will be
held at Temple Emanu-El Dec. 27
to 29, with morning a id afternoon I talk.
session! devoted to panel discus-
sions and talks hy na.ional leaders
in (he field of Jewish education.
The meeting will be held in co-
operation with the Department of
Education and Culture of the Jew-
lafa Agency, Bureau of Jewish Edu
cation of Greater Miami. Greater
Miami Hebrew Teachers ASM. anJ
the Jewish IMucators Council of
Greater Miami.
in He-
Schools." Participating will
be Israel Ribner, Saul Porush, and
Abraham .1. Giitelson, with Zevi
Glatstein delivering the summary
ABE AKOHOVM
tronovitz Will
Ipeck Monday
it Academy Meet
Former Miami mayor Abe Aron-
iyjtz will be principal speaker at
fce annual membershin assemh'v
[ the Greater Miami Hebrew Acad-
Monday night at the ron-
ainebleau hotel.
The meeting, co-sponsored by the
Hebrew Academy, Academy Wo-
and Academy parents' organ- wartzman exccutive director of the
_tions. will hear reports on the Bureau of Jew|g| Educalion
urrent status of ttheSo_uthsbjg-.BrJnging grce(ings wi be ^
Goldman. Bureau president, and
The Friday afternoon session,
from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m., will in-
clude a demonstration of teach-
ing techniques, with Dr. Meyer
Cohen, of Orlando, joining in the
demonstration with Irving Sha-
lom and Herbert Berger.
Dr. Samuel N. Blumenfield,
chairman of the Department of
Education and Culture of the
Jewish Agency, will address the
Saturday evening session on
"The Jewish Community and
Jewish Education." On Sunday,
Dec. 29, 2 p.m.. Dr. Blumen-
field will speak on "The Role of
the Jewish Agency in Jewish Ed-
ucation in America."
Chairman of the Saturday night
public meeting will be Louis Sch-
fst Hebrew day school and on plans
for future expansion.
Aronovitx. one of the pioneer
|aders of Florid* Jewry, has
played a major role in the de-
velopment of B'nal B'rith, Zion-
ist and other Jewish organisa-
tions in Monroe and Dado coun-
ties for several decades.
B. 1. Binder, president of the
[Academy, will preside and review
(accomplishments of the past year.
Wolfie Cohen, chairman of the
llOth anniversary dinner slated for
[jin. 26 at the Fontainebleau, will
Jrfport on progress of the $100-a-
[rouple function for the school's
[scholarship fund.
Mrs. Benjamin Appel, presi-
dent of the Academy Women,
will talk on this week's member-
ship tea attended by more than
300 persons Wednesday at the
same hotel.
Harry Genet, chairman of the
[executive committee, and founders
Samuel Keinhard and Jack Satin
! are m charge of arrangements for
I the program.
Rex Abraham Seif, cantor of
[ Kaeseth Israel, will present the
musical portion of the program, ac
compnnicd by Mrs. Jack Donner-
stac. musical director of the Acad-
emy.
Aronovitz Will
Present Shof ar
Abe Aronovitz, community lead-
er and former mayor of Miami,
will present a Shofar from Israel
as a special award to Beth Dav.d
Congregation, Friday evening.
Aronuvitz will make the presen-
tation on behalf of Israel in recog-
nition of Beth David's Israel Bond
tftort this year.
The synagogue, or which Her-
bert E. Scher it president, and
Rabbi Yaakov Sesenberg serves
s spiritual leader, told over
fcO.OOO in Israel Bonds, more
than doubling their effort of lest
vtar.
Israel has awarded the specially-
m&de Shofar as a special tribute
to this effort.
Jacob Sher, Greater Miami com-
mittee, state of Israel Bonds, is a
member of Congregation Beth Da-
vid.
representatives of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation. The
Bureau is a member agency of
Federation and an important bene-
ficiary of the Greater Miami Com-
bined Jewish Appeal.
Presentations in all sessions, ex-
cept in public meeting, will be in
Hebrew. In all open discussions,
both English and Hebrew will be
recognized.
Third session, open to the public
on Saturday evening at 8 p..p will
be conducted in English.
A musical highlight will be pro
vided by the choir of the Hebrew
Academy and soloist renditions by
Barbara Cypen of Beth David Con-
gregation.
On Sunday morning from "0 to
12 noon. Rabbi Alexander Gross
will preside as chairman over a
session on "Study of Hebrew in
the Jewish Schools." Discussants
will be Dr. Nathaniel Soroff,
Mrs. Miriam Solkoff and Saul
Rabin.
Closing session of the three-day
conference is scheduled for Sun-
day, 2 to 3:30 p.m., with a trio of
local educators discussing "Profes-
sional Problems of the Hebrew
School Students
Mark Chanuka
Sunday school of Miami Hebrew
Congregation will hold a Chanuka
program Sunday.
Principal Jerome Schulman said
Wednesday that the program will
include a play, "Maccabees Among
the Planets," by Ben Ezbenyal.
In the play are David Morris,
Rona Mintzar, Manny Glass,
Alan Frishman, Alan Grossman,
Bernie Klein, Francis Sekol, Jer-
ry Kantor, Anita Jacobson and
Ellen Levenson.
reading1 will be
the direction of
SAMUEL
Greenbcrg. Discussants will in-
clude Mis. Joshua Stadlin, Zvi
Rosenkranz and David Rosenfeld.
Schwartzman will present a sum-
mary of the conference. In charge
of exhibits will be Miss Nettie Gold-
stein, Mrs. Norma Rabinowitz,
Mrs. Malka Robbins and Joseph
Barkay.
Local arrangements committee
includes Berger, Dr. Soroff, Louis
Gadon, Joshua Stadlin, Rabin,
David Freedman. Ribner, Green-
berg. Benjamin Udoft, Abraham
Gittelson and Jerome Gordon.
Special choral
presented under
Frank Kreutzer.
In charpe of arran"0T>ents are
Mr. and Mrs. Garvin Kcleber. Mrs.
Jerome Schulman, Miss Marelene
Duchon and Kreutzer.
Tiferefh Israel Adolf Group
Adult study group of Tifereth Is-
rael Northside Center will meet
Tuesday evemng. Rabbi Abraham
Herson will discuss customs of
Chanuka. On Sunday morning,
Dec. 22, the religious school of
Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual | Teacher." In the symposium will be Tifereth Israel will present its an-
leader of Temple Emanu El, williShemeon Pollack and Sydney J.'nual Chanuka program.__________
Heart Surgeon
Talks to Kiwanis
'Recent Advances in Heart Sur-
gery" was the subject of a talk
by Dr. Robert S. Litwak last week
before the North Shore Kiwanis
Club.
Meeting at Chary's restaurant
for a 12:30 luncheon the Kiwanians
heard from the surgeon who per-
formed the successful heart oper-
ation recently over television sta-
tion WCKT in conjunction with a
national drug firm.
Dr. Litwak's address is part of
the lay education program of the
Heart Assn. of Greater Miami.
On the following Monday, Dec.
16, Dr. Marvin Meitus will speak
to pupils of the fifth and sixth
grades at Biscayne Elementary
School.
rchayim...
TTnrlp.
to great events in Jewish history
Under Solomon, the building of the Temple
was one of the most magnificent achievements
and symbol of devotion in Jewish history
Registration Hours Revealed
Beth Emeth Congregation school
ward this week announced mid-
year registration for nursery, Sun-
day and regular Hebrew school.
Stanley Glatter. director, said reg-
'rtrition will be Sunday, Jan. 5,
fron> 930 a.m. to 12 noon for aU
*noolj.
Car head. afl------------'' ^ *< ~" "*
macht a 1'chayiin
at aol
piest thought of all.--LUi
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-JewlstifhrXton
Eminent author, world traveler and lecturer J. S. Seidman
(right) receives plaque from CPA Division of Greater Miami
Jewish Federation at a dinner in his honor last week. With
him is A. B. Wiener, chairman of event. Seidman is nationally-
known authority on tax matters and has been voted American
Institute of CPA's "Man of the Year." Local award was given
in recoonition of "outstandina achievement and dedicated ser-
vice to humanitarian causes."
Too Hot for NATO to Handle
Continued from Pag* 1 A
however, hold that Western de-
fenses cannot adequately be con-
sidered without a discussion of
the Middle East. It is understood
too that Britain feels there is
more to gain from keeping Hie
Middle East matter an Anglo-
American headache rather than
a NATO problem.
Informed sources here doubt
that Nuri asSaids proposals to
President Eisenhower and Secre-
tary of State John Foster Dulles in
Washington last week were actual-
ly initiated by Britain. However.
they are certain the Iraqi diplo-
' mat's pressures for a return to
the United Nations partition plan
did have London's approval.
Israel has made it very clear
to the Western Powers that she is
absolutely opposed to any discus-
sion based on the Guildhall propos-
als and informed Israeli circles do
not believe there is an actual dan-
ger the plan will be revived. But
these same circles are somewhat
concerned about the possible ef-
fects of British Iraqi-Turkish ideas
on Israel's own efforts to gain im-
proved security arrangements for
itself after the NATO parley clos-
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Miamians who grumble about sales tax-and taxes in gencral-
don't carry half the burden borne by the average Russian today.
So reports a nationally known tax authority, author, and lecturer
wh ju-t returned from a 5.000 mile trip through the Soviet Union.
J. S. Seidman. of New York,
Schafer. Bernard 2
Moms Tencbaum <;**
*rm.n. and Jack \ve;^
told Miamians that the Russian
L'ciMM-rniHMit 1<\ u I :>; percent upon its citizensthe
largest such tax in the entire
world. The average Rus-ski pays
from three U> 13 percent income
tax and. in addition, pays fantas-
tic prices for commonplace ar-
Ucles which Americans take lor
granted.
Standards of living are ac-
tually shocking, the speaker
said, addressing a group of
Greater Miami accountants
and CPAs gathered at the Al-
giers hotel. The Russian fam-
ily crowds six in a room, with
less space allotted to each per-
son than is assigned to a pris-
oner in a second-rate U.S. jail
cell.
Food and clothing is unbeliev-
ably high. A Russian suit costs
as much as $500 in American
money. The average wage earner
brings home $200 per month.
There is no traffic problem to
speak of. because there are so
few private cars, and no personal
debts because there can be no in-
stallment buying.
Of primary consideration is the
welfare of the state, Seidman
said, and not the citizen's com-
fort. The only aim of the govern-
ment is industrialization and
building up of military strength.
Strong government controls ex-
ist on wage rates and prices.
However, despite restrictive
controls, bureaucracy and red
tope, the economy continues to
stand up. Surprisingly enough,
workers are employed under
the pure type of capitalism
which existed in the U J. in the
early lDtTs.
The Russians employ workers
on a piece-rate system there
are incentives, bonuses, and hon-
or rolls just as we have in this
country.
Highest paid employees in the
USSR are engineers and scien-
tists, Seidman reported, with
some experts in nuclear physics
and rocket research earning as
much as one million dollars per
year. The run-of-the-mill engi-
neer and scientist is assured of
a salary equivalent to an Ameri-
can $30,000 per year income.
There is one area of weak-
ness in Russia's structural ar-
mor and that is the accent on
education. He feels that people
will continue to ask "why?"
and eventually the breakdown
of iron-fisted controls will fol-
low.
Seidman also noted that the
Jewish population of Russia lives
under pressure, and it is known
that many thousands want to
leave the country to live in Israel
and other free lands. Seidman
predicted that eventually Russia
may allow this segment of their
population to leaveas a "grand-
stand play." When this time
comes, he said, world Jewry will
witness a migration of unprece-
dented scope, and it will be their
responsibility to help.
Seidman is an author of four
volumes on the legislative history
of the income tax laws, and in
1954 was voted "the man of the
year" by the American Institute)
of CPAs. He is a past chairman
of the Committee on Federal Tax-
ation, American institute of Ac-
countants.
He was also president of the
New York State Society of Cer-
tified Public Accountants and
served on the executive com-
mitteo ef the American Insti-
tute of Accountants.
Seidman also conducts a tax
column for the New York Herald
Tribune and has lectured widely.
At the dinner ;n his honor la^t
wpek. he Wils presenter! with a
bronze plaque for "outstanding J
;u'iHNcment and dedicated serv-
ice to humannarian causes I'ne
function was held under the aus-
pices of the CPA Committee of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
was A. B. Wiener,
cration. Chairman of the event
The committee on arrange-
ments included these local CPAs
and accountants: Harold S. Bam-
bert:. Albert J. Beer, Barney
Bernste-n. Monroe L. Coopcrman,
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INCOME TAX RATES IN ISRAEL AS COMPARED TO U. S.*
, imrpl-rat'o" into I-'ael
1\ not only a taxing problem
," oroblem in laxati n. Al
imA "world Jewry throu -h t*e
F "ed Jewish Appeal in the Urn-
d Slate* h contributad *ea-
Irnusiy twirds the roadie a. I
rt.bitow esl 5HJ
.xpayers IMM W8* con*.d-
,,ber pubUc services f.r the new-
omers.
United States.
The avere.e daily earnings
Of industrial workers in Israel
In 1M4, for example, were $5..
40; the average monthly sal-
ary of government omployoos
S142, (Tho lota i minimum
wag. for unskilled workers in
tho U.S. is $8 a day or $160 a
IrlOfiTWel
The table shows a comparison
between taxes paid by citizens of
To appree'*** tha fjjH extent of the United Slates and Israelis In
uuitie *.*"'one rausr ear* in those schedules, normal deduc-
nd that ptsrsemsl kaeeawe in Is- tiowa wore allowed before corapu-
i, much lowar than io tho talign and Israeli pounds were
Rabbinic Authority Shakes
Gurion's Coalition Cabinet
IjERUSALEM (JTA) Premier alition government requested cocn-
uen-Ou.'iou tu-ueneJ last | plete abolition of military rule in
transited into dollars at the of-
ficial rate of 1.800 to the dol-
lar.
The table does net take into
account Israel's dofonse taxes,
which currently are levied at
tho rate of five to 15 percent of
taxable income.
Nor does it show excise taxes
which in Israel include substan-
tial absorption taxes levied on al-
cohol, tobacco and building ma-
terials.
You may wonder why the table
has been brought up to $5,376
only and does not include higher
income brackets. This is neither
an oversight nor the result of
limited computational skills. Ac-
cording to the latest published
figures, only one percent of all
Israeli taxpayers have incomes
exceeding this amount.
r A t lftfa.1 U.S. llrml U.S. Jt. >. lumtl U.S.
2,400 1.344 $130 $121 $53 $ 1 $25 $-
3,600 2,01fr 317 242 209 122 170 2
MOO 2,688 541 364 41?. 244 372 124
6,000 3,360 021 496 693 368 634 248
7,200 4,032 1,156 625 993 405 1 928 365
1/400 -4,704 1,537 -764- U35 4JJ: -1,258 491
1,600 5,376 1,958 902 1,709 728 1,628 607
In both U.S. and Israel schedules, normal deductions were
allowed before computation. Israeli pounds have been trans-
lated into dollars at official rate of IL. 1.800 equal to $1.00.
This table does not include defense taxes currently levied at
five to 15 percent of taxable income.
vni -
wj. -h leo+Kl o* th* mi-ties in
eoalit on government in an at-
npi to fashum an accord on
ln,lioc- WBJCO threatened the
bntinuiiy of the present cabinet.
[TV issued involv-d the eenrril
uthorfcy of the rabbinate in the
er-onal affairs of the Jewish pop.
anon. They have been thrust in
limelight by the controversy
the Arab-populated birder areas.
Military rule in these areas has
been diminishing progressively,
but the coalition parties apparently
feel that the time has come for
abolition of all restrictions.
The discussion between Mr. Ben-
Gurion and the religious leaders on
one hand an dwith the leaders of
five, had been denied burial in
the town's cemetery by the local
rabbinate because he was not
circumciied and therefore not
considered Jewish, but burial
was accorded him just outside
the cemetery limits.
The city council, with one mem-
ber dissenting, voted that the body
should be interred in the new mu-
nicipally-controlled cemetery with
the other groups on the other are
rer"tb.'7ntegration of about 900 expected to continue throughout a"fSrburia7ceremor^!'The"council
stian wives of newly-arrived. the week. H is understood that the | resolution expressed "abhorrence"
thn
.s from Poland, many of whom
arried non-Jewish women in
Mil long before they were re-
iriated to Poland. Also, by the
sentment over the fact that an
mcircumcized chid of an immi-
;rant was buried last week in a
etion of a cemetery away from
her Jews.
During his meeting her* with
hhe leaders of the United Re-
lligiovt Movement Mixraehi
and Hapoel Wamisraahi -- Pre-
mier Ben-Gurion was told flatly
that they wiM rait any attempt
to undermine she rebWnate's
authority on matters affecting
rtligion and the issuance of
birth, marriage and death *
tificates. They asserted that
then. i no diKriminorisfl or co-
ercion by the rabbinate with re-
gard to the Christian wives of
Jtwish immigrants.
The Premier also met with lead-
ers of the leftist groups in b's caD-
linet. as well as with Progressive
Zionists. These partners in his co-
Palsy Center Has
Big Patient Load
Seventeen patients were admit-
ted to the United Cerebral Palsy
Rehabilitation Center during the
month of November.
Fifteen of these were from the
Greater Miami area. One child
came from Puerto Rico, and an-
other from Immokalee.
Sixteen were under 18 years
of age and one was an adult.
lcft-st groups in the cabinet the
Mapam and Achdut Avodah are
over the handling of the situation
Psychiatrist la Talk Here
Dr. Walter White, psychiatrist,
spoke on "Family Living for Par-
ents of Young Children" at a sup-
per of the Temple Beth Sholoim
Nursery last week. Ar-
thur Horowitz was chairman of the
committee in charge of the func-
tion. Other members of the com-
mittee were Mrs. Robert Zane Al-
pert, Mrs. Robert Gaynor, Mrs.
Stanley Levin and Mrs. Irving Pol-
lack.
also requesting the appointment, by the local rabbi. The religious
of their members to Israel's for- member of the council defended ^^J^g ,reatment and train-
In November, 1956, one year
ago, 11 new patients were admit-
to"' patients
eign service.
Council Votes to
Re-Bury Youth
Without a Grave
TEL AVIV -(JTA)- The Par-
dess Hanna town council voted
this week to ranter the remains
af the child of a Jewish father and
non Jewiah mother after the rab-
binical authorities had refused to
permit the burial in the Jewish
cemetery.
The case was one of the issues
jtihftt threatened harmony m the
Ben-Gurion coalition government
and was one of the subjects of dis-
cussion between Premier Ben-
Gurion and leaders of the United
Religious Movement last week.
child, Aharon Steinberg,
the rabbi, asserting that he had ing at the united Cerebral Palsy
acted according to religious pro- Rehabilitation Center,
cedure in orderng the burial to This month's total patient load
be outside the Jewish cemetery. I is 587.
Roth is Guest Speaker
Burnett Roth was guest speaker
at a Wednesday noon luncheon of
Miami Beach Zionist Luncheon
Club in the Ritz Plaza hotel. Roth
discussed the Arab boycott against
Israel.
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Talks with Sinai Home for Aged
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Federation Execs
To Hear Report
Plans lor (he upcoming 1958
Combined Jewish Appeal will top
the agenda of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation executive com-
mittee at a meeting Mondav eve
nm. Dec. 23, at the McAlliMer
hotel.
Dr. Morris Goodman, 1953 cam-
paign chairman, will report on
plans for the new campaign struc
ture in view of the recent immigra-
tion crisis revealed at the UJA na-l
tional conference fast week.
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, chairman
of Federation's community plan-
ning committee, will describe the
proposed building program of the
Jewish Home for the Aged. There
will also be a discussion on plans
for the local observance of Israel's
10th anniversary.
Two nationally prominent au-
thorities in the field of social plan-
ning and health service will come
to Miami to confer with the com-
munity planning committee of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
According to Mrs. Stanley C.
Myers, committee chairman, Dr.
Franz G.ildmann, associate profes-
sor of medical care at the Harvard
University school of public health,
and Robert Morris, social planning
consultant of the Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds,
will be special guests at two Impor-
tant Federation meetings.
Dr. Geldmann and Morris will
be visiting the area to act at
consultants to Federation's joint
study committee on the chronic-
ally ill.
They will confer with local com-
munal leaders at the first prelim-
inary session scheduled for Tues-
day. Dec. U4, at Mt. Sinai Hospital.
At the second meeting on Thurs-
day, Dec. 26, in Temple Israel, the
consultants will draw upon their
broad experience in health and
planning to discuss general health
problems in a growing community
The Federation study group in-
cludes representatives of Mt.
Sinai Hospital and Jewish Home
for the Aged, who are pooling

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Both religious and sentimental value are woven about this
Chanuka observance at Lear School. Mrs. Ida Lear deft)
lights silver menorah hand wrought by her father 50 years
ago as Lear students Joanna Pollack (center) and Ira Elegant
lcok on.
Senior Judaea Sets Daytona Bch. Meet
Princess Issena hotel in Daytona
Beach has been selected as the
Site for the eleventh annual wi"'r
conclave of Southern region of Se-
nior Judaea.
Over 100 teen-agers from Ala-
bama. Arkansas, Florida. Georgia,
Ui-.-issippi, North Carolina. South
Carolina. Tennessee and New Or-
leans. La., are expected to take
part in the four-day conference
wriih begins Dec. 26.
Conclave thama is "To Build
and b Built." Activities for dele-
gates inclooV creative work-
shops, business sessions, athletic
events, social affairs and folk
dance and choral presentations.
A highlight of the conference will
be the election of "Miss Southern
Region" for 1958.
Staff members of the Southern
Zionist Youth Commission and
leading members of the Zionist Or-
ganization of America and Hadas
sah will work with the delegates
during this December meeting.
AGUDATM ISHAEL.TOOlCarlyle
ewe- fa Hi late 11 Rabbi Isaac Ever.
Friday 1:13 p.m. Saturday :J0 a.m.
hrmog: "To F>uat of Chanuka and
the Prophetic L*M*m of Torah.
e
ANSHE IWL 25S5 SW l*th
v.. Canter Morris Zimmerman.
e e e
BETH DAVID. 2*25 SW 3rd ave
Censer votive. Rabbi Yeekev Re-en-
hers. Canter William W. Llatsen.
e e
BETH EL. SM SW 17th eve. Or-
ahadsn. Rabbi Shmaryemi T. Swir-
shy.
Friday 5:15 p.m. Saturday :50 a.m.
Srimon Hl< -.-.-d Is the Match."
e e e
BETH EMETH. 12250 N.W. 2nd
ave. Conservative. Rabbi David W.
Harson. Cantor Hyman Fain.
Friday H p.m. Sermon: "The Btat)
of Chanuka." Weekly portion reviaei
bv Clifford Weiss, tmes Shabbat
hosts: Mr. and Mr*. Phillip Schiilman
in honor of their 20lh weddinu anni
Saturday 9 am. Sermon:
"DreaOal and ActUaUtlO*
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BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi H. Louig Rott
man.
Friday :>:20 p.m. S.n ,i:-il;.\ S:.". .. in
Bei i.....i: "Chanuka."
e e a
BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washing-
ton ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tiber
Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamches.
I-"thI;iv :, p.m. Saturday I :'." I in
"r>nm Darkneea to i.ehi
A 'li: nuka Mmsaif^."
e a e
BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Aria Becker.
Kriilay .". p in Saturday V30 a.ill
Sermon: "Feat and Faith."
a
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ava.
Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
aky.
a e
CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
Conservative.
OADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CEN-
TER. 11160 NW 2nd ave. Con-
servative.
|'m.Ii\ k:Ki p.m. svrmon: 'TXi W*
lte-lir\> in (Seal or m> \\V Mrr.-I> Ba>-
Heve I" ISrlirvltiK in Cod?" Chanuka
wr\ h-e.
e o e
FLAGLER- GRANADA. 50 NW
51st pi. Conservative. Rabbi Mur
ray A. Alatot.
PrMbgr 8:1S p.m. Sermon: "Mi. i
l.t-.in llprolam." Chanuka service.
a e e
FT. LAUDERDALI EMANU-EL.
IB01 S. Andrews ave.. Ft. Leuder-
lale. Reform. Rabbi Marius Ran-
HEBRRW ACADEMY. 911 6th
at. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander
Greoa.
a o
HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS. 951
Flamingo way. Conservative. Rab-
bi Lao Helm.
11 i:l.i p m. Sermon: "Chnnukn
In thr MldM of World Ti-nslon." Onoa
Sh.ilili.it boat a: Mr. and lira. H.ury
Flsi-ber. Riitiirduy a.m.
e e o
HOMESTEAD CENTER. 113 NE
Itb t., Homestead. Conservative.
M's Gerti officiates.

HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE BETH
EL. 1445 Polk st., Hollywood. Re-
form. Rabbi Minard Klein.
e e e
HOLLYWOOD BETH SHOLEM
1725 Monroe st, Hollywood. Con
servative. Rabbi Samuel Leror.
e a a
HOLLYWOOD TBMPLB SINAI.
2030 Polk St., Hollywood. Conserv-
ative. Rabbi Dayid Shapiro. Cantor
Y.hodah Heilbraon.
e e e
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3190 SW
24th tor. Conservative. Rabbi Mor-
ton NUieveky.
r'nilai .'.16 and 1:15 p.m. Sermon-
Thi Big 11 if I ani ..f Chanuka la i .
Tlmea." ......k Hbabbal boata: Mr and
Mia. M. Me>erholf Saturday S a in
a
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid
ava. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehr
field. Cantor Abraham Self.
Friday I p.m. Saturday *:i0 a.m.
Sermon: "A Chanuka Meaage."

MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGA-
TION. 1101 SW 12th ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Boroto
Kelemer.
Friday :. ::i> p.m. Saturday 1:31 a.m.
Sermon: "i'euiile Who Care for I.lajht."
e
MONTICELLO PARK. 144th at.
ens) NE 11th eve. Conservative.
Rabbi Isaea iietorr Cantor Jacob
GoMfarb.
Friday S p.m. Sermon: "Maeeariee*
of the World Cne-t cantor I-ooln
Cohen. Onag Shabbat hoatn: Dr. and
Mm. Jack La2.11 in honor of their an-
niyernarv. Saturday a.m. Rennon:
"Symbol of the Menorah. Juatlce, Pur-
ity, Honeaty."
e e
NORTH DADE CENTER. 13430
W. Divio hwy. Conservative, Rabbi
Henry Okolica. Cantor Maurice
Now.
h'rlday |:|S p.m. Sermon: "CasXBsB
or Tree Saturday s a.m. Sermon:
"Nlketa Weekly Portion." Kildunh
Children: Cllda Keahlannky and Diane
Abravmovlts.
NORTH SHORE CENTER. 420
75th St. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowiti. Cantor Edward Klein.
Frl'Iav B:1S p.m. Sermon. "A Bword
A TorchA Candle." Han Mltayah:
<;: ii'l 1. dauKhter of Mr. and Mr*. Holi-
er! Stiuman. Saturday Sd a in Ser-
mon 'Weefcb Portion." Har Mitavah:
Ronald, !! of Mr. and Mm. Norman
Itotkman.
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER.
715 Washington ave.
e
SOUTH DADB JEWISH CBN
TER. Reform. Rabbi Herbert M
Baumgard.
Friday 1:11 p.m. at 315 Merrlik hHa .
University of Miami. Sermon "What
Should tlie Jeulah Attitude be To-
il aid Cbrlaimaa?"
e e
SOUTHWEST JEWISH CENTER.
443S SW 8th st. Conservative. Rab-
bi Abraham Levitate.
see
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM 4144
Chase ave. Liberal. Rabbi Loan
Kronish. Cantor David Convisor.
Friilay S:1S p.m. Annual Chanuka
randlellxht aerylee. Saturday 10:43
a.m. Ilax Mltxvah: tkinnie. ilauabtri'
of Mr and Mra. Irvine Kaplan. 1610
FlamlnKo dr.
0 e aj
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701
Washington ave. Conservative.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Is-
rael Reich.
Friday .'. and S:50 p.m. Sermon: "II
the Candles Could (inly Hpeak A
Chanuka MeeeaaTO." Cidoon Sagui.
Oonaul of Israel in New York to pre-
sent Shofar Award to Temple. Satur-
day v a in Sermon: "Weekly Portion."
Bai Mitavah Mli hnel. son of Dr. and
Mra. Bkeranaa R Kaplan.
see
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREAT-
ER MIAMI. 137 NE 19th st. Re-
form. Rabbi Joseph Narot. Cantor
Jacob Bernstein.
Friday 1:11 p m. Chanuka family
servile S.rilhiu "While I 'i.l You Co*
"ui What Did You Dot Nothing."
BaturdO) 11 a.m. Bar Mitavah Ken
nelh. son of Mr. ami Mrs. Samuel
afufaon.
o e e
TEMPLB JUOEA, 320 Palermo
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Morris Shop.
Cantor Herman Gottlieb,
Friday S:l". p.m. Chanuka servlc-e.
Forum: "The Jew Judas and the Jew
Jesus" Saiui.lay v.t:, tt.ni. Har Mita-
\ah: Stephen, son of Mra Bylvla Way-
mi ll tile dlieitor ..f JWV of the Inited
Stales will preeenl Stephen with a Klfl
In reeoKnltion of his out-li ndlim
achievement In Har Mitavah stiutlea.
I p.m. itai siluvah: Robart, aon of
Mr. .and Mrs Ma\ Solomon.

TEMPLE NER TAMID. To be
CANDLE LIGHTING Til
2? Kislev 5:17
Rabbi, Mrs. Rosenberg
Hold Churn/ko rVorJcstopI
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg
eal leader of Beth David o,
gatiea. and Mrs. Rosenben>l
sented a Chanuka Worksoos
members of Lorber chap,
ish ftaflonal Home for *, '
Children, during tneir
monthly meeting last week
Garden restaurant.
Rabbi and Mrs. Rosenberg!
cussed the significance of tf
uka in the home, with parui
emphasis in relation to the i
Members of Lorber were info
about the meaning of holiday i
and symbols.
erected at SOth st. and Tatwn i
way.
Friday S:ll p.m. al aurfsid.
Mall i.uest aplritiia; leauar
Jonah Captan Bannon i:.-
self." Oueat oantor: Joaepk vv
Bas Mitnah Kelia. >l.i.iKhter' ofl
and Mia. li.ur> K.,,Uu

TEMPLE SINAI of North |
131st st. and N.E. 6th ase,
form. Rabbi Bonno M Will,
a a
TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW
St. Conservative. P.abbi All
Waxman.
Krulav s :jo p.m Bermon: "Drggj
and Healtsts." Baturuaj
0 0*
TIFERETN IS3AI4. 45001
Mismi ave. Canservstiva.
Abraham Harson. Cantor All
Giants.
Friday VS0 p.m. BbSIIIIIII "fud
the Feast of Rplritual Tin,
(Mieg Shabbat hosts: Mr n
mild Bleaal In honor oi d.iu
Knld's Uth birthday. Salurdai >|
Sermon: "The Spirit of lbs lia
beea."

TORAH TEMPLE. 1254
ave. American Judaism.
Abraham Cassel.
e e a
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. |
Zemera eve. Conservative.
B. Leon Murwitx. Cantor Ru
Brill.
Friday I:1S p m. Sermon IgWatf
Children Aak I meg Shabbat
Mr. and Mrs. N Davl* > latsfj
.I0 a.m.
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ADL Confab Sounds Note
Of Cautious Optimism Here
ments have "responded to the
goading of our national con-
science" and have made greater
| contributions to civil riehts pro-
gress in the past t3n years than in
My previous decade in our history.
Gov. LeRoy Collins declared
- last weekend that the nation can re
HOlxo many of its human relations problems
an abiding respect for law
,M '
Uniy Edwaid Schultz. ADL national chairman, presents to
Lsh Kaplan copy of "Prejudiced: How Do People Get That
jwy>" by William Van Til, first in new ADL "One Nation
L'ary" series. Kaplan's grant made project possible. B'nai
[nth president Philip Klutznick looks on. ^^_________
m Puts Off Newest Challenge
To Government Until Sunday
"through understanding,
and through maintaining our lines of com
municatiun with men of good will everywhere."
The Governor addressed hi- message to leaders of the Anti-De-
famation League of B'nai B'rith holding their annual national Meting
at the Americana hotel. His message was read at the League's banquet
SatOl-day ni^ht by Leonard L. Abess of Miami Beach, honorary chair-
man of thcJLeagutt's Florida-k ardi
Speakers at the banquet included i
Gov. Orville L Freeman, of Minne-
sota, Sen. Ralph W. Yarborough, of
Texas Maxwell Rabb, secretary of
President Eisenhower's Cabinet,
and Henrj Edward Schultz, nation-
al chairman of the League.
The belief that Northern states
have before them "a struggle at
ll ast as difficult, as important and j
decisive' as the Souths it the na-
tion is to achieve the "ideal of hu-
man equality" was expressed by
Gov. Freeman during his Saturday
address.
Continued from Pa*e 1 A
, Achdut Avoda Party, wrfhieh
|i represented in the cabin*?.
i piper published a fierce eb-
on the part of Achdut
_ to thii decision and claim-
[that it is "andane^rinfl ls-
Xi very existence."
prmver BenGurion reportedly
; that the publication of the
has greatly if not entirely
red the ..usefulness of the
tied visit. He therefore decid-
I to call it off. Following Ben-
I Party revoked its demand for
li Hebrew School
its fo Hold Douce
| Student Council of the Sunday
l of Miami Hebrew Congrega
i will hold a Chanuka dance Sat
May at 8 p m
[Participating in arrangements
k Howard Kaplan. Howard Dueh-
p, Harriet Stone, Diane Blitt and
Pulver. Staff members are
fcrvin KJeber and Mrs. Jeromo
kbulrnan aiding them.
Gurion's decision, the Achdut Avo-
a special cab'net meeting to dis-
cuss the subject.
The revocation by the Achdut
Avodah of its demand does not
solve the cabinet crisis because
the Mapai members of the cabinet
consider the Achdut Avodah pub-
lication of the cabinet decision as
the gravest infraction of cabinet
meeting secrecy and a breach in
coalition discipline, which de-
mands that after the cabinet
makes a decision no party sftoorri
try to alter it by a publicity cam-
paign. The Mapai is therefore like-
ly to demand discussion of this in-
fraction at next Sunday's cabinet
m ctin,,.
The Achdut Avodah statement
Tuesday claimed that the cabinet
decision was taken by "a small
majority." The precise nature of
the decision was not disclosed in
the statement, but leaders of Ach-
dut Avodah privately claimed that
the visit of a top Israeli personality
to Germany would put Israel on
; Germany's side politically and mil-
! itarily. ._________
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The Governor told leaders of
the Anti-Defamation League that
"just as the South faces the prob-
lem of ending segregation, the
North faces the problem of pro-
moting a real integration of Ne-
gro minorities into community
life. I am not sure which will be
harder."
Gov. Freeman shared the plat-
form with Sen. Yarborough at the
League's dinner marking the 166th
anniversary of the adoption of the
Bill of Rights. The two men spoke
on "The Future of Human Rela-
tions in America" from the points
of view of North and South.
Gov. Freeman, who has just re-
turned from the Far East, said
that he had found that "Little
Rock, like Sputnik, has become a
symbolimportant in itself but far
more important for what it rep-
resents."
Stressing the importance of ed-
ucation in eliminating prejudice,
the Governor said that "I have
noted with real interest the survey
made of attitudes toward segrega-
tion and integration in the South
which showed that one factor
; that has the greatest correlation
j with willingness to accept integra-
tion was education."
Sen. Yarborough deplored dis-
unity on the American scene to-
day in saying that "the time calls
for a conciliation and friendship
between all elements of our so-
ciety, between capital and labor,
Jew and Gentile, Catholic and
i Protestant, and between all
races in this country. Only by a
united effort can we attain our
greatest productive capacity and
our greatest scientific achieve-
ments."
Buford Boone, publisher of the
Tuscaloosa (Ala.) News who won a
Pulitzer Prize for his "return to
law and order" editorials, warned
1 Sundav that opposition in what he
called'the -embattled South' to a
, change in school segregation is
I stronger now than it was last
lycar'" nf
Addressing a noon session of
ADL commissioners. Boone assert-
ed that whereas a year ago South-
ern opposition was "disorganized,
it is now well organized and well-
financed" He declared that the
Citizens Councils in Alabama and
Mis it ippi aione have more than
160.000 members and income of
about S2.000.000 a year in dues and
contributions to linancc their ef-
forts.
He deolored a< "an unfortun-
ate development" the break-
down oi communications be-
tween white and Negro people.
Schultz. national chairman of the
human relations organization, in
opening tlie ADI. meeting here last
Thursday, told its leaders that all
three branches of the Federal Gov-
ernment and many state govern
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Colombian Takes on Mt. Scopus n
Jack Fink (left), president of Miami Beach B'nai B'rith, joins
George I. Talianoff (riqht) in presenting citation to E. Albert
Pallot at a lodce dinner Wednesday. Pallot. who is president
of Fifth District cf B'nai B'rith. was honored for his civic con-
tributions.
Chase Re-Modeling Due for Completion
Re-modeling program for Chase
Federal Savings and Loan Assn.'s
41st st. branch on Miami Beach is
scheduled for completion the first
week in January. Charles L. Cle-
ments, St., president, said this
week.
The two-month, $80,000 expan-
sion program will serve to provide
new and increased faclities for
customers.
An open hews* week has been
tentatively set for Jen. through
!, Clements said. Mere than
1,400 square feet ef lobby space
have been added along with a
comoletely new front and in-
terior.
Architect for the re-modeling
program is August Geiger, AIA,
and the contractor is J. C. Wood-
ruff construction company.
Chase Federal has a string of
three branch offices in Greater
Miami and a main office at 1100
Lincoln rd.
The savings and loan institution
will celebrate it* 24th anniversary
this year
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Continued from Page 1A
and not resolved could give a great
deal of trouble.*'
As to the possibility that Dr.
Urrutia's mandate from the Unit-
ed Nations may be extended to
the breeder area of the possible
extension of the Israel-Arab arm-
istice agreements into peace
talks, Mr. Hammarskjold said:
"Dr. Urrutia ii co-ni mere to
indeitake certain practical steps
CJ A Schedules
Orientation Session
Jan. 12 has been sot as the date
I for a county wide campaien lead-
ership conference for the 1958
1 Combined Jewish Appeal.
Key workers occupying too posi-
tions in the campaign will partici-
pate in orientation sessions and
workshops designed to train CJA
leaders and to stimulate recruit-
ment of several thousand volun-
teers who will be required to con-
duct the 1958 drive.
Special facts-sessions dealing
with ttte immigration crisis in
Europe and the Middle East will
be conducted by local leaders
who have visited Israel and per-
sonally witnessed the staggering
responsibility beinq assumed by
the 10-year-old nation.
"As Americans and as Jews, we
have a special responsibility in this
crisis." Dr. Morris Goodman, 1958
campaign chairman, said.
"This means that every Jewish
adult in Greater Miami must trans-
late his own feelings of concern in-
to action and do his part, both as a
worker and as a contributor, to our
Combined Jewish Appeal."
The Jen, 12 education meeting
is the first major public function
ef the Combined Jewish Appeal
drive. Dr. Goodman pointed eut,
and he expressed optimism that
upwards of 500 top-level CJA
leaders would attend the brief-
ing session.
Plans call for audio-visual dis-
plays, and idea-exchange sessions
as a means of telling the CJA story
to the prospective campaign lead-
ers.
connected with an agreement for
the demilitariietion of the Mt.
Scopus area made between Is-
rael and Jordan in July, 1*48.
His terms of reference do not
open the door to any other nego-
tiations."
Mr. Hammarskjold's statement
about Dr. Urrutia's mission was
made, by the Secretary General at
a press conference at which he
dealt chiefly with matters that had
been on the agenrja.pf, the..General
Assembly which closed here Sal-
urday. Dr. Urrutia will leave for
the Middle East at the end of the
week.
In response to a query whether
he stMl perceives a "will to peace"
in the Middle East, Mr. Hammar-
skjold said: "Definitely if any-
thing my impressions at ft:
conlirm my previous conclug
The Secretary General Mu
when he visits Egypt,aa ,
tics in Cairo at the end of
month he hopes to Covj
ground outstanding between
and the United Nations,"
In reply to a question when
will discuss with K ,ypt t(^|
ity Council's six-pom decB
of 1956 regarding operation <
Suez Canal. Mr. Hamnur
1 Wr-WhetnW-rw-* \^A
this matter specifically i
: say 'yes.' Aspects of this p.
I could be quite in order, jjl
there is no agenda The Cod
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UJA Votes Huge Twin Goal for '58 Needs
Continued from Pag* 1 A i a..a --- ., ""^B
I 9""* Of eppeajement" stressed that "the woaVonino nt la. n. !anh To.mch A
*
HtM KENNETH OKA
ko Will Chair
sic Festival
Kenneth Oka of Miami
ha< been appointed chair-
ir the 1958 community-wide
MusjC Festival, Isidore B.
^ntz president of the Great
taj Jewish Community Cen
doanced Wednesday. GMJCC
Uv sponsors the event with
iiion of the Cantors
l here.
(festival i- part of a nation-
taervance which takes place
jineously in communities
Shout the country under the
I 0f (he National Jewish i
Board, of which GMJCC
al affiliate.
Ilbditt set for this ysar'a lev
N| concert is Fob. 23 at Tom-
! isrott of Creator Miami.
line will be made this
J lor the aJUXHiocement of the
[flifiird winniM fompositions in
rijinal Jewish music contest
i was sponsored by the com-
r this past year for local com-
and for the premiere per
oh ol these works at the
ninently associated with
f musical activities in the com
ity. Mayor Oka was president
reel's accomplishments end
problems on the ovo of its Kith
anniversary, and heard Edward
M. M. Warburg, UJA honorary
chairman, outline the humanitar-
ian tasks which the member
agencies of the UJA are facing
tor the coming year.
Mr. Rosenwald reported to the
conference that the I'JA rafted
$85,000,000 during 1957, of wh'ch
$55,000 000 represented proceeds I
from the regular campaign con-
ducted in communities throughout
the country, and $30,000,000 came
for Uc emergency rescue drive.
He emphasized that more than
570.000 men. women and children
in Israel and in a score of other
countries benefited from the UJA
funds.
Sharett, introduced in a stirring
speech by I-raol Ambassador Abba]
F.ban, received a warm ovation
from the delegates. He warned
that the sharpness of the East West
conflict throughout the world had
increased in recent months and
served to complicate the Middle
East issues still further. The for-
mer Israeli Premier denounced
the Soviet Government for its Mid-
dle East policy, declaring: "The
Soviet government by adopting I
policy of implacable hostility to
Israel has assumed a very grave
responsibility for retarding peace
in the Middle East."
That the capital of a great ru-
! tion should become a constant
source of the "most systematic
and blatant mendacity," he said,
"is a most depressing and deep-
ly disturbing phenomenon. It is
a revolting degradation of inter-
national relations." Mr. Sharett
was also critical of the West, as-
serting that its groping "toward
ghosts of appeasemei
could be sensed. In an apparent
reference to Britain, he added
that "some governments are un-
able to learn a lesson from their
own past experiences."
of the Jewish Music Council of
Greater Miami several years ago.
He has served as narrator for
previous festival functions as well
as for the Miami Beach Civic'Orch-
estra, of which he is now president.
Mr. Warburg listed the "crucial"
tasks which he foresaw that the
supporters of the United Jewish
Appeal must make possible in 1958
through both the UJA Rescue
Fund and the regular campaign.
"Some 70.000 Jews in Eastern Eu-
rope. North Africa and other Mos-
lem areas will be in urgent need
of resettlement in Israel in 1958.1
Another 10,000 displaced Jews in-
cluding refugees who fled Egypt!
and Hungary last year, and who,
now are in transit camps in West-
ern Europe can be resettled to free
countries 'ncluding the United
States. British Commonwealth
lands and Latin America.
'"In Israel." he declared. UJA
funds must be used to carry for-
ward vital programs of construc-
tive aid for 375,000 previous immi-
grantsmaking up more than half
of the 615,000 individuals who will
require UJA help in 1958 whose
absorption is far from completed,
or uho are among the aged, the
handicapped and the young, re-1
quiring suitable welfare aid.
Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman, the
UJA executive vice chairman,
summed up 1958 objectives and
called for "meeting the greatest
part of the commitments we have
pledged ourselves" by the time of
the UJA Anniversary Conference
in Jerusalem next June 24-26.
Dr. Nahum GoWmann, in the
major address of the final ses-
sion, warned against any settle-
ment of the Middle East prob-
lem at Israel's expense.
Emphasizing that such attempts
would be "perilous to Israel's ex-
istence and would not stabilize the
Middle East." Dr. Goldmann
stressed that "the weakening of Is-, Dov Joseph. Jewish Agencf
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living to all Africa and Asia, gates, warned that the severe
would weaken the democratic shortage of philanthropic funds
cause among the underdeveloped' had slowed down Israel's absorp-
countries and could be a fatal blow tion program "to the danger
to the moral stature of the free I point." He emphasized that the
world. It is high time," Dr. Gold- problem of housing continues to
mann declared, "that we learned be Israel's "greatest financial
the repetitive lesson that peace of headache," with inflow of newcom-
nvnd and peace of area cannot be ers outpac'ng the housing con-
obtained at the expense of others." | struction program.
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2VATff A:V ZBPKIX
7fte fef/ew iea/rA /or a New Faith in Judaism TodM*
^OME COLUMNS AGO I confessed that I had never been
** inside a Reform synagogue. The strange confe-
brought an outpouring of invitations from a number of
regations who apparently could not believe what they
read.
One came from Rabbi Israel Renov of Temple Beth El
of Laurelton. a New York suburb. The rabbi, in an an
ingly warm invitation, assured me that "'he signifo-ant
message of Rabbi Silver and the Shabbosdig atmosphere
of our Ones Shabbat following the service wui linaouiruHH)
impress you as a modern manifestation of the vital and
dynamic type of Yiddishkeit that the Reform synagogue
pwmtu ihii niiiiiii) iiaii Ut.iliim.v'r i<>r ifeHMBlvea." ...- -
Rabbi Renov was to be installed that evening, replac-
ing a young man who was overtaken by a romance whose
path was in Israel, by my good friend Samuel N silver.
editor of American Judaism. The occasion was a lolemn
one and it appeared that the who!,' Jewish comm I
OX THE ItOOHSIII'IJ -
of Laurelton turned out for the event. The services were
brief, dignified and marked by a decorum that one dOW
net often find in Orthodox synagogues
A- I watched the two rabbis performing the services.
my mind went back to the "shtibel" and "bethmidrash"
thai were my abode for many years. The spectacle of wor-
ppen without hats in a synagogue seemed strange and
remote and of another world I had not brought my skull-
. p nod I sat bareheaded. But there were many in the
D4 wi who wore yarmulkcspeople who evidently marteMhe
I reak away from (he ways of their lathers but who could
net make the break complete. Somehow I I.It that if,I
looked, carcfojly 1 mi-: hi have discovered in these strange
pastures women with "sheitlea," for it was a Jewish
gathering and a gathering of Jews as I conceive it.
The impression I |04 wai that these fellow worshippers
mostly second generation Jewish immigrants with
Lachmenti to the values, traditions and ceremon-
Poetry Forged on the Smithy of Sensibility
IR HAYONAH (City of the Dove). Pwmi by Nathjn
Alterman. 358 pp. Tel Aviv: Mahbrot Lesifrut. $5.25.
BvlATHAN ALTERMAN, an Israeli poet of great lyrical
' depth and sensitivity, has now published a collection
of poems written in the last 14 years. Most of these now
appear in print for the firs! time: the rest have been pub-
lished in 'Mahbrot Lesifrut." "Luah Haaretz" and in
"Shisha Pirke Shirt." Alterman. a popular political ha'la-
deer, has been publishing in the daily press, ever] Frida;
for the past 13 yean or so. a political satire in verse under
the title The Seventh Column."
But he also takes time out to write in a more serious
vein poems which comprise an important contribution to
I>rael literature.
"City of the Dove." the dove being an ancient symbol
of Israel among the nations, is divided into five parts
The first "Shirei Ir Hayonah." (Poems- of the City of the
Dove i are largely devoted to contemporary history, the
tragedy of Jewish existence, redemption, and the new
Israel The second and third parts contain lyrical
poems and ballads on a variety of subjects.
In the fourth part. Alterman lets the subjects and
heroes of his poems speak for themselves in the first per-
son. The concluding part of *'Ir Hayonah" is the poem.
"The Ten Brothers," based upon an old Jewish folk song.
DAYMD SCnWARTZ
It develops the conceptions of ten different people of the
deeper meaning of human existence.
He feels that the business of life is tragic and exhil-
arating at the same time The essential and irrelevant are
both relative. Thus he says about the potter's earihware.
It is an earthen vessel, it is not essential but trivial
In all practice and in all theory.
But when broken and abandoned on a hill
It signifies a kingdom destroyed.
Some of the poems bear the tragic imprint of the
newly arrived refugees from Cyprus, remnants of Jewish
communities in Europe who crawled and fell on God's
mountains and in Ayalon. "blind in the darkness of a new
people and a new land In describing the desperate
struggle of the people he says: "An old people, but when
the open face of the fire shine* on its fallen fighters it un-
covers the faces of a youth."
Most of the descriptive poems are written in the style
of an imagist who uses the sparest meaning to achieve the
highest effect and the simplest and clearest words to pene-
trate our subconscious. It is true that in some of his
poems. "Ir Hayona." Alterman strikes a journalistic note
unlike that in his political ballads and songs, but as a whole
"lr Hayonah" is pure poetry of reflective lyricism.
Israel's Brass Emerged from Ranks of Science
tA/HILE JEWS HAVE been rather prominent in the
metals business, we haven't shone in the brass. How-
ever, thank- to Israel this lack of Generals and other high
officers is being made up. It is not only in the Great
fetesh of the Neaev that Israel has found DTI
Israel's Generals, unlike most peaarala, have worked
themselves up from the bottom This is principally due
perhaps to the fact that Israel is a new country. The
United States first Generals were that way too. Wash
n was a surveyor, Knox, i book dealer. Putnam, a
farmer. Amenta had no Weal Point then.
Ill HHI.IIT i. MM FT
Reinhardt Opus Due
Hollywood
IACK L. WARNER, president of Warner Br PietUTeS,
* announce* that he will join with Elmer C. Rhoden.
I ad .; National Theatres. Inc in the filmization of Has
Reinhardt's pageant. "The Miracle." which was present-
ed on ('.roadway 35 years ago. It will be the first in a
set es of multi-million dollar spectacles in the new Cine-
miracle process and dimension. From the pen of Karl
Yollmoeller. Reinhardt's stage production of "The Mir
acle" with music by Engleburt Hiimperdick has been pre-
sented throughout the whole world Movie production is
scheduled to start early in 1958.

Some 350 citizens of [flRMS, France, were able to rent
out their family posses-ions when "Me and the Colonel."
William Goetz' production of the Franz Werfel classic
which has been shooting in Lyons, moved south this week
for additional location work. The extras, performing
alongside the international cast headed by Danny Kaye.
Curt Jurgens. Nicole Maurey and Akim Tamiroff in scenes
showing a refugee procession during the invasion of
Prance, were able to bring along their children, rolling
stock and their animals Director Peter Granville plans
to conclude photography in Nimes in December after
which the troupe headed by Jakobowsky alias Danny Kaye
will travel to Marseille*

Jerry Lewis, who started production of "Rock a bye
Baby" at Paramount. Dec. 2. flew to New York to con-
duct a 20 hour telethon to raise money for the Muscular
Dystrophy Fund. lie hopes to get one and a half million
dollars which is the amount needed to complete the Muscle
Research Center at Cornell University The total cost of
this building is seven million dollars.
Israel seems to prefer is choose its Generals from the
archaeologists. Any time a war comes along the Israel
Government inserts an advertisement in the papers lor
archaeologists who may happen to be unemployed at the
moment and from the replies, it chooses its Generals, So
it was that Gen Yadin. who headed the Israel Army in the
War for Independence, was an archaeologist, the son of
the famous archaeologist Sukenik, who brought the Dead
Sea Scrolls to the attention of the world. As soon as the
war was over. Yadin quit, to go back to archaeologing.
And Gen, Moshe Dayan who succeeded him was also
farmer and at least an amateur archaeologist His wife
said that it he had been a soldier at the time, she might
not have married him. But. perhaps, then she aa him.
fascinated by an old pot he had dug up and ligurcd such
a man would be useful around the kitchen.
Mrs Dayan'a attitude is not unique. Twenty years
' most .lews had different ideas about Generals and
things military We were too committed to peace to
Cherish them We are not less committed today, but we
know too that without Israel's army, however much we
may like peace, there would have been no Israel And
WO know, to our sorrow, that the world seems to respect
force above everything The Israeli Army has performed
an immeasurable service in raising the prestige of Jews
the world over.
noitis SMortR
ials of their fathers but with equally strong convi
that if then children are to be held the circle
widened. There were some who told me that it [,nU]
to houses ol worship had not been opeae I they VJ
tainly their children, would not be | Bated with
s in any way. Some, coming from extremely Ortll
Jewish homes and with evidences of fine traditionJ
cation, confessed they would like to see a svnthj
Orthodoxy and Reform practice, though they could!
tellectually grasp the theological dispaiity thai ,nu
be overcome.
Recently much has been written o:i the
jubwiMir* Some of themelf *j*od exeats wouUJ
believe that the suburban Jew is a non-entity, a fimd
the imagination, or a complete fraud. With the
sociological semantics whose meaning is unclear to]
of us ordinary mortals they strive to convey the ideaL
the groundsweu of religious interest in the 'suburbs i|
product of emulation, of goyim of course, and thai
is no genuine spiritual reservoir. I have over the]
two years visited a number of suburban areas, and it L
conviction that Jewish strength lies there these days rl
than in the bastions that are the walls of separatene
big city apartments.
My faith is Orthodox, though I am hardly a si
server of the faith*precisely because of the fact that 11
perhaps the moral stamina to abide by Orthodoxy a
the stream that is around me. I will not prophesy "
of the three religious movements. Orthodox, Reform,}
scrvative. will survive. It is my sense however that t
will be no survival of Jewishness unless we treasure
core of our existence faith.
EIAAHMJ SALPETER
Social Worker Mecci
THE CONSTANT STRESSES and conflicts of the
tieth Century undoubtedly increased the prohlen]
mental health of our generation in all civilized socifl
In Israel, to this overall factor, a special factor is i
uting: Israel is the land of the Ingathering of Exiles,|
the transition, socially and geographically, lays an
tional stress on the individual involved.
Some of the new immigrants arrived here after]
traumatic experience of the Nazi inferno, often single!
vivors of large families entirely exterminated in \{
witz. Dachau or Maidanek. Others came from the i
of North Africa and the Middle East where the indiv]
lived a closely circumscribed life as part of a largeff
unit. Still others arrived straight from the Middle
of Arabia and Yemen.
Social workers are active in all new immigrants'!
tlements to assist the adjustment of new conditions.
with the hundreds of thousands of strong and hale, an
also hundreds and thousands of sick and weak. Jus*
many of the newcomers had to be taken to eye clinid,
cure them of trachoma, others to sanatoria to treat
tuberculosis, many mentally ill who in the old cnunfj
somehow vegetated on the fringes of the community i
for the first time were given psychiatric care and |
hope of return to normal life.
One of the important institutions engaged in this
tal rehabilitation is Kfar Shaul on the outskirts of Jerj
lem. While there are many "open institutions' in hj
as well as abroad, where there are no bars and lockif
ing the patients in. but trying to help them to a graj
adaptation to normalcy. Kfar Shaul is not an "instil
in the normal physical sense. It is not one big huildinf
a group of buildings. It is a village, with scores of I
arate individual houses, originally inhabited by Art
who fled during the Israel War of Liberation. More
not the entire village belongs to the institution The ho
on the eastern outskirts of the village, on the side i'l|
to Jerusalem, are inhabited by normal new immig
families. (If a man says in Jerusalem, he is from
Shaul. he may as well be a normal new inn,
in what is now practically a suburb ol the city, or hi
be a patient of the nistitution.j
The milieu of a village enables the institution to|
ply "work therapy" in addition to the usual occupiU]
therapy.
U.S. Policies in Middle East Anger French
A VISITOR TO Paris finds a good deal of admiration
** among Frenchmen for Israel. At the same time, he
finds a strong anti American sentiment among the French
people They still cannot forget that Secretary of State
John Foster Dulles took a pro-Egyptian stand during the
Sinai campaign.
They also resent the present American policy in North
Africa which they consider injures Frances interest
Over and over again I was asked by non-Jewish French-
men "What did Mr. Dulles accomplish by forcing the Is
raelis to withdraw from Sinai'.'. They asked this question
with sarcasm and bitterness, as people who would be as
happy to see the downfall of the Nasser regime in Egypt
as the people of Israel.
They made no secret that they hate Nasser because
cf his anti French agitation in Tunis, Morocco and Algeria.
And they all stressed that if Israel had not been forced by
the United States primarily to withdraw from Sinai, there
would have been no Nasser regime in Egypt today. Which
means that Moscow would have lost the foothold it l*aj
there under Nasser.
Which also means that Moscow would not be tlaj
virtual control of Syria, as she is. Which in turn m(
that Moscow could not have been in a position to siimujj
internal trouble in Jordan and extend there its indue"
as it has in Syria and Egypt. In the opinion of the aver
Frenchmanand I talked to quite a number of thel
Israel is the most intelligent nation in the entire Htff
East.
And it is their deeply rooted feeling that if Israel
been permitted to remain in Sinai, it would have been
end of Soviet penetration of the Middle East. "WouM
the entire democratic world have benefited by it?
Jewish Frenchman asked.
He chided me as an American, as if I *"*.,
blamed for Mr Dulles' policies. As to France itsclt.
can only say that the French Government is today Is"
first fnend among the nationa. Talks with French nine
in Paris leave no doubt of that.



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FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File A-19540
[the emeu it court of the
'iVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
BADE COL'NTV. FL0R.DA.
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Itrach 137th Street
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Tor WARKkFRr-RY HOTirHTO
that Compemlnt baa >'-" r'1
fai,.t you and other pertlea ta the
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In RE: Estate of
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Ton are hereby notified and re
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lain of liide I'ounty. Honda, to the
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Friday, December
Leary, in Swan Song, Rebuffs Jordan's Position
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) Israel is entitled to demand that| request the implementation of that, toiuttgttm^ '^
Jordan cooperate in the formation of a bilateral special committee to clause "as an agreed solution of
solve some problems left unsettled when the two countries signed their problems to which either
1949 armistice agreement, the Security Council was told here by Col. attaches great importance
I-vron V. Leary, Acting Chief of Staff of the United Nations Truce
Supervisory Organization. (See "Colombian Takes," Pg. 1-A)
Jordan has made some of the
improvements envisaged for talks
by that special committee but has
refused to talk about the matters
which "are of interest primarily
to Israel," Col. Leary declared.
Col. Leary mad* these points
in the second of two reports re-
quested by the Security Council
at a Sept. 6 meeting when Jor-
dan accused Israel of violating
the armistice agreement through
the planting of trees in the area
near UN headquarters south of
Jerusalem.
Israel submitted a counter-griev-
ance at that same meeting, asking
that the Security Council order
Jordan to implement three art-cles
complaint several weeks ago. The
second report, dealing with the i
Israel grievances, made these,
points:
1. In regard to the special com-,
mittee proposed in the armistice I
agreement, "Israel is entitled" to i operation with the observation
would
help in relaxing tensions between
the two countries."
Col. Leary interjected, howev-
er, that the "main problem Is the
resumption by the Israel Gov-
ernment of full participation in
the meetings of the Mixed Arm-
istice Commission and full co-
Camp Finewood Reunion
At Miami Women's Club
Camp Pinewood. of Henderson-
rille, N.C., held a reunion and
camp party at the Miami Woman's
Club Sunday.
One of the main features of the
reunion was the awarding of pla-
ques to lUoi campers for their
achievements during the past
in the 1949 agreement which, ac-i camping season. Hosts were Dr.
cording to Israel, have never been! and Mrs. Donald Michelson and
carried out by Jordan. Col. Leary
filed a report on the Jordanian
Mr. and Mrs. Eli Mcltzer, Camp
Pinewood directors.
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Scheduled Sunday
A Chantika dedication dinner
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Hialeah M-ami Springs Jewish
Center. Nathan Becker, president,
announced this week.
Religious vessels recently do-
nated to the Temple will be dedi-
cated at the dinner.
The dedication ceremony will
be conducted by Rabbi Leo
Heim. Becker will speak on "To-
gether We Build."
The dinner is sponsored by Mr.
and Mrs. Leo Gelvan. Mrs. Maur-
ice Segall is chairman of the af-
fair, which will also feature vocal-
ist Teresa Goldberg, accompanied
by Charlotte Cohen at the piano.
He Discusses Education
Prof. Frederic W. Borges spoke
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2. On Israel's second complaint,
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that the armistice pact should be
turned into peace talks, Col Leary
said the TSO 'can do lithe to se-
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3. Israel's third complaint con-
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a conference at which Jordan and
Israel might discuss the armistice
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The Sponsors of Israel Ball this Saturn .j
ning at the Americana hotel promises affair I
the social event of the teason
tails of course Reservatio
so fast that the original idea of limiting .
to 400 couples who have purchased
of Israel Bond may have to be sci.,,.;.
0,g an "' to the whimsy going around town
T>... ,,, .moments committee, co-chaired by Fay (Mrs. Jack
)Abiin ii Nancy (Mrs. Robert Z.) Greene, I
,_ih- iwipU' who have sob I mot
wrilj lie their quests at the Ball .
Host. Hlsa Maxwell has alrea.lv i ,1 .
im'o on the television "Tonight" show |
ha > dropped a bombsh. !l lh< same i
[Se'Yoik-i mag "dull and uninteresting"
k! chit-chat when you meet her this weekei ,[
W
dent
Invitations are out for a series oi partii s hoi bridi
p^ni Frances Makovsky, who will wed Rabbi Arthur Schreier,
^iritiijl leader of Congregation B'nai Jacob in Brooklyn come Jan.
12. Donna is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Irwin H. Makovsky,
! of 3414 Prairie ave. .
Mrs. Jack Burris, of 4235 Alton rd.. hostessed a bridil brunch
last Tuesday Mrs. Robert Coh-n and Mrs. Sam Lachman, of
4J70 N Michigan ave., will share hostess duties on Dec. 27 for a
j kitchen shower Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Barr, of 44')') S'len Ian
[an., have invited guests to a cocktail reception for the couple Dec
I JS And Franco* (Mr*. Louis) Makovsky, of 825 West ave and
her Rosa Marie will give a shower-luncheon on Jan. 2 at the Victor
hotel.
Janet Rubin, of 6770 Indian Creek dr.. is off on a round of pre-
auptial parties Janet will marry Robert Weinstein al the I on
taioebleau hotel on Jan. 26 One shower in her honor was a real
family aif.nr Present were her mother, Mrs. Mollie Rubin,
grandmuther Mrs. Harry Fields, and Mrs. Minna Deblinqer, Mrs.
Jack Goldstein, Mrs. Larry Gilbert, Mrs. Charles Riff and Mrs.
Parry Riff, who are all relatives .
A miscellaneous shower and luncheon Dec 15 at the Sea Gull
hotel was given for Janet by her bridal attendants Maid of
honor Arlene Tarshis and bridesmaids Marilyn Kailaw, Hope Shep-
akk and Rusonia Foinstoin were hostesses .
Also present were Mrs. Ed Kolher. Miss Dorene Brody, Mrs,
Alan Gregg, Miss Mary Bernstein. Miss Judy Goodman, Mrs Joe
Barch.m. Mrs. Phil Cohen Mrs. S. Epstein. Mrs Jack Wucher and
Mrs Al Zalka.
Architect Irvin Korach returned recently from the Second Na-
tional Conference and" Exhibit on Synagogue Architecture ana" Art,
held in New York City The conference was under the auspices
of the Synagogue Architects Consultant Panel of the Union of Amer-
ican Hebrew Congregations Attending were architects, rabbis,
president of congregations and heads of building committees from
all part of the country.
Marjorie Abrams, daughter of Audrey and Allen Abrarr.s, of
S10WV 108th ter.. was one of three girls a! I U tapped (or Trianon,
women's honorary service and leader-hip sorority, last week -.
Marjorie, a Miami Beach High School graduate, served as AEPhi
president president of Mallory Hall, secretary of Women's Affairs
and Blu> Key speaker ... In order to be eligible for Trianon, she
had to maintain a 2.62 overall scholastic average and have at least
70 hour- and five semesters of work and outstanding activity in
one field ol extra-curricular endeavor.

Home for the holidays is Connie Jackson, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Jackson, of 1000 Lenox ave. Connie, who received
her Bachelor of Music degree at the University of Michi an
has a Master of Science degree from Julliard ... At present, sne
is teaching piano in New York City.
Mr. and Mrs. Jo* Cohen celebrated their 40th wedding anm-
versan u.thji dinner at L'Aiglon Their party included t
son am
daughtt
daughters, Celia and Wendy.
Vacationing It the*De!.no hotel arc Dr. and Mrs. Abraham L.
S'ch.r Me-S president of Brandeis University A ne
is Bob Stewart, with his wife and two sons .He > the p rot lucer
<" "To Tell the Truth" and "The Price is Bight lor television
Leaving Miami Friday on the first leg of a world *!
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Spore, of 4335 Royal Palm ave .. .in^
"ill visit their family in Atlantic City before going on to * Kmbarkation date is Jan. 6 on the j^^taAtfS and
day tour h > i.in.tin. itinerary, including stops in A"^"_u
r> with a dinner at L'Aiglon meir pan, -
ml daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Burton Cohen ana meir
ter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Poslol and their two
ir has a fascinating itinerary, "";""-Yh :'|and Indonesia,
Kenya Mau-Mau territory). India. Malaya. Tha,lan Mexic0
Jpan. k,naw. and the Philippines Then on downi w
through the Panama Canal *"** ,11 be hack in
wast to dock at Hoboken Apr. 26 The Spores vwu
'ami the middle of May.
* ." "ci*rd Wolfson and
u Prominent Windham. N.J.. dentist Dr. "" (.uoninK at the
}" wfe and children. Philip and Barbara, ? ""^^prano
Lombardy hotel 15-year-old Barbara has a lovely m ^ ^^
<>'ce and will enter Julliard School of Music new V* f phj|jp
,h,P She wants to be an opera singer "'' denllstr.v .
an d< complished pianist and a first year ^"V djrector 0f the
" Wolfson ,s the nephew of Dr. Abraham Wolfson,
*Pinoza Outdoor Forum on Miami Beach.
". ^i .ivteen party 'or
V-How and pink was the decor for the sweet Sixwe ^ ^
Prriet Rif in the Algiers hotel last Dec. w ,, 50
** Rif... of 4635 Granada blvd.. entertained for m ^^
' ^-^rb'rott. Harold, and
Tables were set in a
,n wlth yellow gUdl and
.....wn irienas irom mm ..... hmihe
Nh Schools ... The guest list included her^broth.
r Krandmother. Mrs. Fannie Rrfas lDU .,
u-hape facing the Algiers pool, and strew
"els, and a two-tiered cake.
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Miami. Florida, Friday. December 20, 1957
Section B
Elsa Maxwell becomes first Sponsor of Israel by purchasing a
SI,COO State of Israel Bond as admission to Sponsors of Israel
Formal Ball even though she will bs hostess at Americana
function Saturday. Happy to "sell" Miss Maxwell is Mrs.
Anna Brenner Meyers, chairman cf Women's Division, State
of Israel Bonds.
Mrs. Joseph A. Garf.eld ana Biack-Tie S1.000
M00N Set
For Israe
Bond Ball
Elsa Maxwell, the reigning
' of party-givers. brins her
touch of glamour, international si'
eiety and sparkle to Miami on
behalf of Israel's Housing Bond
(live when she hostesses the first
annual Sponsors of Israel Formal
Ball here, to be held at the Amer-
icana hotel Saturday evening.
Fabulous is the word for Elsa
Maxwell. On.iier 70th birthday,
she gave a dinner party at
Maxim's in Paris for 18 guests,
"because I never receive a check
there. When I asked for the bill,
Albert went through the custo-
mary by-play of murmuring, 'I'm
sorry. Mademoiselle, it is lost'."
She was wearing an elegant
gown that would have cost any-
one else 4C0,000 francs, the
equivalent of SI,100. "It was
made for me by Jean Desse's,
who gives nve 14 dresses a year
which, considering my figure,
flout the old dictum ihat tha
artist cannot improve on na-
ture."
A friend called her to say there
was a credit for $5,000 for her at
Cartier's. She used the money
to engage Fritz Kreisler for a
party, taking due care to invite
certain multi millionaires who
had thought the v'tolinist's fee
was a bit steep. George Bernard
Shaw was so intrigued by a wo-
man who preferred Kreisler to a
jewel, he asked to meet her.
called her "the eighth wonder of
the world."
She has been a pianist in a
nickelodeon; an accompanist for
a vaudeville star: a song writer:
a partner in two Paris night
Continued on Page 5 B
Ladies to See
'Nightmares'
Mrs. David Muskat, president of
Louise-Brandeis chapter, Ameri-
can Jewish Congress, announces
the next regular meeting of the
chapter at the Algiers hotel Mon-
day noon.
In keeping with a concentrated
study of the Middle East, a play-
let. 'Arabian Nightmares." will d
presented under the direcfon of
Mrs. Michael Sossin, program
chairman.
Participating will bo Mrs.
Abraham Augenstein, Mrs. Jack
Edward, Mrs. Larry Friedland,
and Mrs. Morris MHstone.
Carrying out the Chanuka theme
of the dav, will be a candlelightmg
ceremony narrated by Mrs. Benja-
nrn I. Kamen. in which all mem-
bers will participate. Mrs. Louis
Hoberman will supply the musical
background.
Florence Chadwick to be Queen
IW _.....,___:-_ .... farmers produce market, am
Florence Chadwick, famed Eng
,ish Channel sw.mmn- star has
tl named "Queen of the Ch,
uka Carnival" to be presented b,
"ht PTA of Temple Ner Tam.d
Sunday from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Miss Chadwick, whoso foots of
f Ion distance swimming en-
durance have won her recogni-
tion as one of the loading women
athletes of all time, will pras.de
ever the function.
The Carnival, staged to raise
funds for a new religious school
building, will consist of rides, a
farmers produce market amuse-
ment booths and food stalls selling
exotic delicacies.
There will be prizes for all.
Grand prizes include a free week-
end at the Americana. Deauville,
Carillon and other hotels and mo-
tels in the area.


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Friday, December 20,
1957
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel B. Schlenr.,-:er. oi 10190 E. Bay Harbor
dr.. celebrated their golden wedair.g anniv = rsary Sunday at
Mt. Sinci Kospi'al. where Mis. Schles;n"&r is a patient. Party
was crranoed by hospital officials.
Beth David Groups To Observe Festival
(.hanuka will bo celebrated in
rtyle at Beth David Congrega-
t'l'n Sunday.
Assembly from 10 to 11 a.m. will
be devoted to a Chamika program
i"r the > rten and Uv<
Lh David
Sunday department.
Mrs. John Lundblad has writ-
ten a "Charuka Review," which
will be presented by her second
c-rade ecus. Mis. David Parr.es
and students ef the first jrade
v<;il pr-sent a Chanuka drill.
.!i hold a::
Proceeds Slated
For Hope School
Miami IU'a i ol :ur Retarded Children wil'
hold a t.ocial function Sa'.urda)
iff de P;;
1 hairman of the affair is Mrs.
MdCK Janoff. On the committee
are the Mesdames Jordan Da\t son. Norman Holland. Harry Koret-
Charks Alier and Louis Rosen-'
Mr- Ha-ry Webb is chapter Dre=-
L Proceeds are for the Hi pa
School.
assembly lrom 11 to 12 noon. A
play. -The Little Candle That
in't." directed by Cantor
W'iliam Lip*on. will be presented.
Cast of characters are Martha
Gaber, Barbara Vogel, Guy
Soteg-lman. Harriet Alexander,
Ceri Jane Cohen, Susan Hamer-
smirh, Alvin Raskin, Judythe
Cohen, Mclvin Laskin, Gary Ro-
senberg, Martha Lavine, Robert
Evens, Baibara Burnay and
Steven Rosenblatt.
Srhreidell
will pweal a Chanukn drill. Sun-
n ol i hanuka
bomea wQI be
held from 3 to 5 p.m. for rariooa
les of Belh David religion-.
>l. A staff member will be
lOnl at thOM parties to condm t
I -..... ol ,.....o with a Chanuka
motif.
On Tuesday morning, Beth Dav-
id nursery and kindergarten de-
partment will hold its (hanuka cel-
ebration. Mrs. Lester Saal, Mrs.
Sidney Richman. and Mrs. Benja-
min Fogel will participate.
(hanuka refresinnents will be
distributed by the Beth David PTA,
under the direction of Mrs. Robert
Nedbor.
Workmen's Circle
To Aid Immigrants
Workmen's Circle Branch G92
will celebrate the Feast of Lights
Sun Washington ave.
Proceeds will go toward the con-
struction of homes in Israel for
new immigrants.
4' The national Workmen's Circle
organization, together with Qm
Jewish Oaily Forward, is sponsor-
ing an entire village for thf new-
arrivals lrom Rumania, Poland
\ and the Soviet Union.
The 700 branch** of th* Work-
men's Circle thrcvihout the U.S.
are participating in this effort,
which is coincidental with the
10th Anniversary of Israel's in-
dependence.
A description of the housing
needs of the country will be pre-
-I'Med by Joseph Duntov, secre-
tary of the Southern District of
the Workmen's Circle.
The newly-organized choir of the
English speaking local branches,
under the direction of Abraham
Haiduck. will offer a program of
appropriate folk songs in Yiddish
and Hebrew.
("hanuka refreshments are beinfj
prepared by the Woman's Club of
Branch 692. Harry Spivack is
chairman of the evening.
Workshop Demonstration Sot by Nursery School PTA'$
Parents will join with their chil-
dren in three workshops demon-
strating the celebration of Cha-
nukn on the child's level sponsored
by the Town, Beach and North
County nursery schools of the
1 Greater Miami Jewish Community
! Center Friday morning.
Joining in the regular classes
with their children, parents will
hear the story of the Festival of
! Lights as told and dramatized by
the pre-schoolers.
The nursery PTA's will also nr"-
sent gif'i to children. Each school
will receive, tar bpuseKeeping play
purposes, a complete modern for-
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Deborah Society Plans Tag
Day tor Miami Area
Deborah Tubereu'osis Soc>ty is
riannin a Tag Day for Friday.
Dec. 27.
Proceeds will be forwarded to
the organization's sanatorium at
Browns Mills-in-the Pines. NJ.
Chairman is Mrs. Benjamin
Duckman. Mrs. Eugene Schwartz
is Miami chapter president.
m
ica top kitchen stove, sink, cabi-
net and ironing board, built to chi
dren s size. '""
Southwest Sisterhood Danes
Ch;\"i:ka dance will be sponsored
by the Southwest Jewish Center
Sisterhood Sa'urday at 9 p.m. In
charge of reservations for the af-
fair to be held at Moore's Red Sun-
set cafeteria, is Mrs Norman Rich-
man.
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Gcodmans Noodleman Noodle Soup Mix. We've taken the aame choice
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DEADLINE NOTICE
In deference to its non-Jewish
staff members and general em-
ployees, officts and plant of The
Jewish Floridian will be closed
Wednesday, Dec. 25. All copy
and photographs for publication
in The Jewish Floridian issue
of Dec. H must be in our offices
Monday M .1 p.m.
I
llv Hi-olavinq results of their first oil painting session at
VA Fmanu El are (standing) Mrs. Alfred Stone Miss Conn,
IWjJn M Irvinq Lehrman and Mr-. Leonard Abramson.
S'.s^sGeSge.Goldberg. Miss Gordon is instructor
fcotp pcrUcipatinq in expanded activity program a. Tern-
Je^nder supervision of Irving Kaplan.
JNF Council Will Launch Tag Day
I -niicatin to Israel" is the 0f Greater Miami, according to an
\Jm, of a Tag Day campaign pf announcement by Daniel M. Broad,
lie Jewish National Fund Council | president of the Council.
They'll ln$foil Officers
Sisterhood of Beth Raphael Con-
m-ation v> ill hold a Chanuka par-
tv and installation dinner for new-
U-eleeted officers Sunday. 6 p.m.
,, Bloomberg Social Hall. 138 NW
jrd ave Rabbi Arie Becker wi!
be Walling officer.
[ Convention Report SUrttd
Mrs Bernard PoweU, president
I vited members and friends to a
luncheon Monday at the Raleigh
hotel. A report on the recent na-
tional c invention held in Boston
ill be given by Club delegate Mrs.
Max Singer.
The drive will, take place here
Saturday night, and all day Sun-
day, the fourth and fifth days of
Chanuka.
Mrs. Jack Davis, secretary of
the Council, has been appointed
chairman of the campaign. More
than 300 volunteers will partici-
pate in this traditional Teg Day,
which is part of a nation-w.de
drive sponsored by Jewish Na-
tional Fund.
'Holiday Reunion" '
For College Set
At Temple Judea
For tli" approaching winter sea
I
"Holiday Reunion" is beta?
nod for Temple .Tudca's college set
and their friends bj a reunion com-
mittee of Temple mothers, Inc'ud-
ling the Mesdames Meyer A. Bas
: kin. Edward Feldstein, liy Kop !
man. Henry Levy, and Pauline L.:-
vick.
Kickoff for the reunion will take
place Sunday morning at 'he Coral
Gables home oi Mr-. Hy Kopelman.
with a brunch and swim party.
Culminating the holiday activ-
ities will be a special holiday re
union Sabbath service Friday
evening, Jan. 3, when Robbi Mor-
ris Skop will speak on "Has the
Modern Scientific Age Made
Our Youth Atheistic?"
Community Singers
To Mark Chanuka
Festival of Lights will be cele-
i brated by the Miami Beach Com-
I munity Singers on Monday eve-
ning at the Miami Beach Recrea-
tion Center.
Mrs. Rose ObWz has written the
script especially for this Chanuka
observance.
The candlelight ceremony will
take place around a huge Men-
| orah, with narration by mem-
, bers of tha choraWroup.
Mrs. Yolanria Roth and Mrs.
Edith Rothstein are soloists. Ber-
lin' Sagcr. with partners Jane
Moore and Tina Valen, will per-
form a group of Israeli dances.
Ben Yomen Is music conductor,
aret Yomen wll assist at the
piano.
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Following the service, the col-
legians will gather for refresh-
ments and a social hour in Schule-
(and Hall.
Invitations have gone out to all,
college-age people of Temple Judea 1
congregation to attend.
Skit at Women's Meet
"A Shabbos Balebosteh" was the
title of a skit presented by Beth
Volunteers come from the ranks
of 34 affiliated organizations.
Monies collected will be used1 David Sisterhood at a meeting
foTSe r^emptton and rehabilita- Wednesday noon. Mrs. Louis Spec
Von of the land of Israel and to {m cnairman of the affair
establish border iettlemlto ;!wbich also marked the celebration
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Friday. December
20. 1957
5/V* 95 Years Young Wednesday
TV heJeved matnarch of the
Horevrtx aad Marrarrtem fami-
lies Hn K^iJU VUr'UVteo.
til celebrate her th birthday
rv* a.
Hon>*-tx Brothers aad Mar*a-
men. one of the leadta* aaaau-
fecturvcs of Marnaat and other
Kasaar feeds, as wawdrd by
Mrs. Marfaretea s father ia IKS.
WuflB family armed
here :'na thee; ettive Hwafiry
WVe her knvaaart. l*BJtx. died
ei the talk ef
The balance of each day is
devoted to her unceasiac efforts
for scores of philanthropic activ-
ities. Mrs. Margaretea attends
all conferences aad (ires her ad-
vice oa business mailers She
plays a leading part in all new
veatares. aad is responsible for
many of the progressive innova-
Opea acme* Suackry at Btkur Caa&B I
Mice .'.." Oal M Bea -- I faMMn -~- Hani i nc v*
100 aajaahk left to xacsbi are Mrs. Ykvaraa ra>e esecar** tx
rzes^deat aad dam aw. Mrs. N
set vice president cac board <\ hi wan cac Mrv Isadora
Cofcer, pi aaidawrf Staie-chcrterec. aco-oroct
taouob. toe aoti aw mi ma cfcemeie nii be ^icar sroct rofcfehw
icctl supennsaaB.
Mrs. Kafz Named To TcirHi Term
Mrs Vjyfr Ka.a a. cioc%N
Batata] oe Beth TStah
. at a
V her teath cteatwe teem ary bwladeys. tach r.cti,M .
chock totalling on. 4*1* .*
ach year ef their ii,.
They nill be present at a birth.
day celebration at the Risers,!
Plaza in New York on Dw. *
TVHornwttx-llargaretenFan,.
tly Assn. will also honor her Wlth
an affair at the CommunT
Hou.se of the Park Avenue Syna-
cock- This orfanixabon. formed
by Mrs. Margareten and her late
">nJ after World War I l0
keep the family together and to
assist the unfortunate, has it,
owofaod to place and e.-tabLsh
Mrs. Msreaiilan is chairman
f HW refwaae committ**.
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'400' Set for Glitter
Of Israel Bond Ball
Continue from Pf B
...hs a resultant to >
m.ker: a press agent f>r Mnte
?,rlo:.n art-ess in the moves
hca'cr. rai'o and television; .
l"rip, writer; a newspaper col
Smniit: a conributor to ma->a-
,'..,.. and a leWUjr. And now
LVook "Hew o -r l<
ively art of 'aliment, has
jus) been published.
Reee-jniied r* a-' V** *
ir-ernefonal society MM MM of
tht world's mo< famous hos-
e, ''rst party she tvar
6ave for royaty ec NW1 **
Ian fcr a doren ovaat*. "Prin-
r. V 'ana Victoria, Ouaan
Victoria's daufhtar, sat on tn
floor of my iny twj-room
.p.rtmant in a eonvarted stabla
JWV to Entertain
Yets at Pratt VA
Department of Florida Jewish
War Veterans and Ladies" Auxi-
Uary wUI hold a Chanuka party for
patients at Pratt VA Hospital in
toral Gables Sunday evening.
In charge of the affair are Mrs.
Harry Solomon and Michael
Marks.
Each patiant will receive a
special 91ft. Candlalighting eere-
mCny wil ba diractad by Rabb.
Alfred Waxman, Tampla Zion
spiritual laadar and Dapartmant
of Florida JWV chaplain.
Rabbi Morris Skop. of Temple]
judea. will also parttcioite ia U,
, rogram to be emceed by hospital,
chaplain James Boston. Adeline,
(bora! Group will offer a program
ngs.
Dade Heights
Women Elect
Mrs. Ben Shapiro was elected
.resident of the Dade Heights Jew-
ish Community Center S-sterhood
;! a recent meeting here.
Othar effieera namad l"*'"*
th. Me.damea Heward Browdy,
first vica praaWant; H.rbart
Tlatiar, aaeend vica P*,<"n,i'
Dava Roaa, treaewrar; Murray
Raban. financial tacrarary; Eli
Schnaiwaiss. retarding *-
tary.
The Mesdames Al Stern, corre-
sponding secretary; Harold Kauf-
man. Richard Gomberg. Low*
Deutch. Michael Altes. Harold
Simon, Sol Kulchin and Herbert
Klkin, board members.
in London, ate hard-be: lad eg-js
and sausages and had the tim*
of bar Ufa, laughing at the
antics of three younj music-
hell troupers na-n*d Bci Lille,
Noel Cowird and
Lawrence."
Gertrude
She says: "1 havt- kn-wn
seven Presidents of the United
States, entertained* dcen kinus
and I have been on a first name
basis with half the titleholders in
the Almanach de Go'ha. but I
would trade places with anyone
who knows a man 1 have nev.>r
seen. His name is Albert Sch-
"r."
What makes Elsa ranT*" When
she was 12 in San Francisco she
was told she wouldn't be invited
to a certain partv because her
family was too poor. 1 swore to
myself I would give creat parties
all over the world to which twty-
one would want to come, but trie
rich would be invited only if they
had something more important
to offer than money '
Elsa Maxwell is the woman in
the world most responsible for
raising the most money for good
great causes and now she is ap-
plying her time, talents and heart
towards helping to build the new
State of Israelthe gallant bttle
country that is probably the last
remaining bulwark of democracy
in the Middle East.
The S1.0CO St*te of Israel
Bond admission affair boasts as
honorary chairman Mrs. LeRoy
Collins, and will present one of
the most spectacular fur and
diamond shows evereven for
the ultra sophisticated Miami
Beach.
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"Women of Valor" and "Advanced Army of
Ivanced Army of many proqrams planned by them. ft***4
Chen"~are among workers striving towards (left tc.righO are Mrs. M^j^**^
reaching Greater Miami Israel Housing Bond ham ^V^f^*"*"1'
ooal before the end of 1957. Sponsors of Israel span, and Mrs. I. E. Goldman.
Ball Saturday -at Americana hotel is one c
Concert Tickets
Still Available
Tickets for the remaining six
i pairs of concerts by the University
of Miami symnhonv Orchestra
series are now on sale at all sym-
phony office-. Mrs. Marie Volpe
symphony manager. revealed
VYednseday.
Artists to appear in the next
concerts of the series. Jan. 19 and
20 will be Fabien Sevitzky. suest
conductor, and Jan Peerce. Metro-
politan Opera tenor.
Feb. 9 and 10 will bring violin-
ist Yahudi Menuhin and Miami's
own 'cellist Leonard Rosa. Each
will play a concerto and the
Brahms Double Concerto for
violin and 'cello. John Bitter will
ba conductor.
Outstanding pianist Gina Bachaa-
er will apear Mar. 2 and 3. and,
Irmgard Seefried. who was forced
to cancel her contract last year
due to important European rcom-
mitments, will be soloist for the
second pair of March concerts on
the 23rd and 24th. Mr. Bitter will
Diamonds by Balogh will
amount to between SI and S2 mil- |
lion, and the unique collection of
fabulous furs designed by Dien- I
Bacher of the Waldorf will more
lhan equal 'he diamond show.
Prizes planned Dy me arrange-
ments committee, headed by Mrs.
Jack A. Ablin and Mrs. Robert Z.
Greene, will be a Norwegian Blue
Fox stole donated by Dien-Bacher
and a $1,200 cashmere swearer
with real jewels by Torrez VI
Top entertainment talent, head-
ed by world renowned Jose Greco
and his troupe will perform for
the expected 400 couples who will
at The'expected $400,000 proceeds
from the 400 guests at the Spon-
sors of Israel Ball will, added to -iiu tmmm .
Xe $800,000 in Israel Bonds j^ on ,he podium for both of these
which Greater Miami has already programs.
, purchased, make up the total

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Israel and *JunenUuuq en ^ Makovsky
worth of Israel HousingJJonds.
rSS'-tfo7 the,P57 Israel
Housing Bond goal in this area
HomeoUgcd Residents Hard at Work
For Display in Behalf of United Fund_
program
Joseph Szigeti returns after17
vears tor the Apr. 13 and 14^
"cer-.lfc.T.'SS~^Howard remonstrating 'hat they have a
MiSeVS. K^onducto, Lg in the --*.
The season will end with Verdi's *nU -t ^ Gardens ar,n
projtci i" nhsprvance of
----------- nroiect for the uniieu .-. ---
Sw,shine in Grand feS
Opening Sunday
. new and modern Sunshine
DaE and Vegetarian Restauram.
ISS^Fe-ival of Lights .,
an'TcasJfn for giving, the res.-
casion ior *'"" .
Da^y a'nd Vegetarian R^"^ dents have decide^I IhaJ proceect
W^mzm* '- -.--.tina of orange-
. suHject under dlacasion ^%^\^ s^
menus committee las, wfek'DS Women's Wv-jon-Sttrte
Anna Brenner Meyer., chairman JJJ Mesdames Sailing W^
ofLraelBond.. Shown (left to right]M*re Greene committee
Earuch. Anna Brenner M-Yg J^ 3ooA city manager,
cochairman. and Sidney Glazier, ti
Washington ave.. --
grand opening Sunda>. Dec. i~,
4 p.m.
The completely renovated esta^
f Mr and Mrs."1"" Restau-
^^LdTTnS m" Irving Mar-
S'Alpl hotel. Bethlehem.^
VThe owners state that they will
, make it the outstanding
r\ieU.n restaurant on
rBea^% serving the best of
food in the most efficient manner.
Royal Hungarian Kosh
United Fund drive.
,n addition, r..i j- h.ld their own campaign
^J^andThiswillba^ato
the total a*. I Mrs. Martin Rubinstein is co-
On the rrounds i-gtSR *<*? t'SZ^S^
4*i
The
nn the pounds of Douglas CM- chairman o, dinner dance to
h^s lenSr citizens will partly iven by Miami chapter
Sin the traditional lighting o< % x children s Car-
candles, recitation of lW and^ ^ Hospital Sunday. 6.o0
sfnging of traiUonal songs. ^^ de Pas._______
say.
Kosher Uh Home woman's auxui- ".; nome of Mrs. si
K0S hd the National Council of Je*- ^MmU 6761 SW 6th
Restaurant will oOer. as the and the CoordiMting th>s proj-fhe site of Chanukj
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Miami Beach, announce the engagement of
" !i ui-htrr Donna Frances, to Rabbi Arthur
' S *on of Mrs. Gisa Schneier. of Broo',
*l'l the late H. Schneier.
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the bride-elect is a Rraduate of Miami Bead
* Sfho..l where sh0 was member of Bcla Cou '
Price president of her class, p.nd belonged to Na
"jil Honor Society.
a- is currently a junior at Brandcis Univ.
tonthV Deanl Me* 'here, s:. president
Brandeia Hillcl Foundation and was the r
"ntof a Brandeis Fine Arts Institute Scholarship.
. B. .... he recently played a leading role
nd Sullhan octet) production.
The Lri le-etod U Ul granddaughter of th
i ky, St. i. and lb
we\i Mr. and Mrs. Loui-. MaJi Miami
Beach
Rabbi Schneier is a graduate of Yeshiva Uni-
itv received his MA degree at New York Uni-
ijrsity and is working toward a PhD at Columbia
lMi -i kited to give the invocation at the opening
Lthe 1957 session ofr the U.S. Senate.
He is spiritual leader at B'nai Jacob Congrega-
Ition ,n B.....klyn. N.Y., and is a 15th generation of
abbis. The couple plan to be married early in 1958.
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Miss Tarshis to
Wed Mr. Mitchell
Mr. and Mrs. Ben J. Chasin. of
Mianr Beach, have made known
the engagement of Mrs. Chasms
dUQhter, Miss Arlcne Tarshis, to
Warner S Mitchell. The prospctive
bride is the daughter of Mr. Jack
Tarshis of Toledo. O.
Mr. Mitchell is the son of Mr.
and Mrs Elirud R. Mitchell, of
Miami Beach, formerly of High-
land Park. III.
announcement was made at
party in honor of the
rolls' silver wedding anni-

future bride, a graduate of
Miami Beach High School, attend-
; Alabama and
the mi.
. raduated froi-
Miami.
..m Pi
Mitchell served i;h the
Army, and is in the
U1SS AR'.ZHt TtP.SHIS
Beth Jacob Will Mark Chaiuka
Leonard Adelman. Edward O
,1 Pollack. Florence L. Sum.
mss domma nuxovsrr
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Israelite Center held a Chanuka
llitke party Sunday evening at the
Center. Chairmen were Mrs. Ella
(Kaplan and Mrs. Sylvan Pawling-
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Miami Ueach afternoon chapter
L Women's American ORT held a
ember.-h p tea at the home of
iHrs. Joseph Wilkes, 8859 Emerson
live., Wednesday. Featured was a
Iduving of the film "Mellah."
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Recent births at Mount
Hospital include the following:
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs
Coleman Meyers Dec. 8.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs
Leonard L. Fine Dec. 7.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. H
R. Heller Dec. 7.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
S. Rosenberg Dec. 6.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard B. Cohen Dec. 6.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Ber-
nard Ellis Dec. 4.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.'
Bertram Josephson Dec. 4.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
Wallman Nov. 30.
Son bom to Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Weinbach Nov. 29.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. How-
ard Weiner Nov. 29.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Melvin Hymes Nov. 29.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Ben J. Martin Nov. 29f
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Shelton Blank Nov. 25.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
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Next M '* Cafeltrio
Sinai Seymour Ge'.ber Nov. 25.
r born t" Mr. and Mrs.
Nov. M.
Son- born to Mrs. and
ford M. Sprintz Nov. 23
Daughter born to Mr.
Allen S. Raditsky Nov. 23.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs.
i enberger Nov. 23.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Leo-
nard P. Rubin Nov. 22.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mr..
Milton Tishman Nov. 22.
j ai i o Beth Jacob will
hold a Chanuka festival Sunday
The Hebrew school will pre-
.i Chanuka play written by
, Rabbi Tibor H. Stern, and a prita
will be awarded to the student who
has the most outstanding costume.
David Whitman, president of the
regation, will open the Chan-
uka program, and Morris Krevat
will be chairman of the evening.
Students participating i:i the pro-
Mr. c,_ cram, directed by Rev Maurice
Mrs. aan- Mamche8 are Karen ffirschhorn.
and Mrs.
an Salsberg, Robert Eta
Joan Tauber. Randy Scott, Ha
Wruble. Philip Bernstein. Garf
an. Jack Bazinsky. David
Hertz. Shirk) Blei. Stephen Bazin-
sky. Edward Sultan. Ira Case. June
Stark, and Sandra Wooley.
Paul
Rcbbis Elect New
Assn. Officers
Dr Josepta R Narot rabbi of
Temple Israel of Greater Miami.
< lected president for the year
1958 of the Rabbin-cal Ann. of
Greater Miami.
He succeeds Rabbi Morris A.
Skop. of Temple Judea, Coral Ga-
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presently in Miami, seek* pretty. *
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O-iect matrimony. Details request-
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Box No. 2973. _________
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Chai chapter of Bnai. Bnth
Women held an open meeting
Tuesdav evening at the Crown ho- bles
tel Featured was a play written Rabbi A,fred Waxman. of Tem-
and directed by Mrs. Edythe Feld- ^ ^ wa$ named secretary-
irea.-urer of the association.
man.
North Shore Soc.pI Club
North Shore Social Club was to
meet Thursday evening at the
North Shore Jewish Center. The
club is for unattached men and
women.
Dinner Donee Sundov Eve
, Miami chapter of National CM-
,.,,.,, s Cardiac Hospital will hold a
dinner dance Sunday evening at
, h, eaieuePans. felt. W. Kuo.n-j
Sefa U ,n charge of reservations.
A dinner early in January is be-
ing planned to install the new offi-
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Judge Silver to Chair Installation
Of Cantor Gottlieb at Dec. 29 Fete
Judge Sam I. Silver has been
named general chairmi n of the in-
stallation reception officially wel-1
coming Cantor Herman K. Gottlieb
to Temple Juriea.
Temp'e president Sol Rovin
Wednesday announced Jud~e Sil-J
ver*s appointment. The affair is
due at 320 Palermo ave., Sunday
evening, Dec. 29.
Rabbi Maurice J. Bloom, with
whom Can'or Gottlieb served for
five years at 1e-no!e Both Ja-
cob, Nowburgh, N.Y., will doliv- '
cr the installation address and
administer the charge.
Rabbi Bloom is currently spir- [
itual leader of Tremont Temple,
New York.
Greetings at the Sunday affair
will be extended by Rovin in be-'
half of Temple Judea. and by Mrs.
Ben Kazan, president of the Sis- j
terhood. and Philip Heckerling,'
Men's Club president.
Rabbi Morris Skop will be heard
in welcoming remarks, to be fol-
lowed by Rabbi Herbert Baum-
gard, who will speak in behalf of
the South Florida Council of the
Union of American Hebrew Con-:
gregations.
Musical portion of the program,
in f><)'Ji'lo-
io1" liv intOT
Gottlieb, will be offered by Cantors
Jacob Bomstein, Temple Israel of
Greater Miami, and David Con-
vi.ser, Temple Beth Sholom.
Committee serving with Judge
Silver includes Victor Rsiter,
Tild.n Corenblum, Sidney Ja-
cobs, Ralph Novak, Jay Cone,
Judge William L. Pallot, Irving
Philipson, Stanley Kolber, Dr.
Cheiles Rosenfeld, H. Kopelman,
Dr. Doran Zinner, Arthur Apple,
Edward Feldstein and Sidney
Gorchov.
Also, the Mesdames Sam I. Sil-
ver, Sam D. Goodman. Leonard
Yevner. Sidney Jacobs, Ralph No-
vak, Jerome Weiss. Henry Levy,
Allen Bernstein, Irving Philipson
and Albert Reich.
Honorary committee includes
Rovin, Herbert Gelernter. Herman
Fisher, Edgar Miller. Meyer B.i-
kin. Sam Weissel, Nathan Wino-1
kur. Mrs. Kazan, Mrs. Sam Schule-j
fand, Mrs. Helen Gerstenfeld, Mrs. j
M. Horowitz. Mrs. Sam D. Good-
man and Mrs. Alfred Reich.
Also. Heckerling, and Gelernter I
and Mnurey L. Ashmann. the lat-j
ter two, past presidents of the.
Men's Club.
Red-haired Joan Goldman expresses deliqht as Martin Law-
son lights first Chanuka candle at Mercantile National Bank
of Miami Beach. Jocn and Martin, both soloists in choir of
Temple Beth Sholom's relioious school, were invited bv bank
to perform ceremony. Joan is daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Al
Goldman, 301 -86th St., and Martin is son of Mrs. Jack Law-
son, 9281 Byron ave.
Dr. Goldmann Denies He Urged
Israel to Adopt Neutral Policy \
NEW Y >KKiVYNSiAn agreement between the two big power
Mom to remove the entire Middle East from the cold war was urged
here late la-t week by Dr. Nahum Goldmann, president of the World
zation and chairman of the Jewish Agency for Palestine,
lie maintained that such en agreement "as it has been achieved to some
extent in Europe and Korea would set the atmosphere and condi-
tions for a settlement of the Arab Israel conflict.''
CANTOR HEKMAN GOJJllia
Beach Zionists
To Eye Members
Miami Beach Zionists will launch
a month long membership drive
Sunday.
Dr. David S. Andron. president
of the Miami Beach Zionist Dis-
trict, named Saul Genet, local at-
torney, and Gerald Schwartz, of
the S'chwar'z and Run^ell public
relations firm here, co-chairmen of
the membership campaign.
A large membership assembly
will be held Jan. 14 at a site to be
selected this week, 'with an out-
standing speaker," Genet said.
Schwartz sai'i icveral veteran
members of the Beach District will
bo appointed as chairmen of Z Daj
a date on which teams of workers
will attempt a mass enrollment of
new and old members.
At the same time, the World
, Zionist leader denied reports that
I he proposed that Israel adopt a pol-
ic y of formal neutrality in the East
West conflict, asserting that "I
have never advocated such a policy
and reports to this effect are a
distortion of my views."
Dr. Goldmann addressee! sev-
eral hundred Zionist leaders and
workers in the Metropolitan area
at a public rally and reception at
the Hotel New Yorker, sponsored
by the American Zionist Council
representing all Zionist organ-
izations in this country. Rabbi
Irving Miller, chairman of the
Council, presided.
In his address. Dr. Goldmann.
who recently returned from an ex-
tended stay in Israel and visits to
European countries, warned of the
"tragic" consequences for Israel's
immigrant absorption unless new
-ourccs of income are found by the
Jewish Agency for its diverse and
monumental program of rescue and
levelopment.
He called attention to the fact
that for the first time in Israel's
ten-year history the larger part of
the immigration in 1957 has come
from East European countries. He
further pointed out that the absorp-
tion of this immigration is costly
and has added to the financial bur-
dens of the Israel Government and
of the non-governmental Jewish
Agency for Palestine, which is the
global Jewish community agency
for immigrant absorption and col-
onization in Israel.
"The current economic reces-
sion throughout the world, with a
resultant restriction of credit,
has now brought home to us the
Ml brunt of the obligations we
undertook, and unless new sour-
ces of income are found, ttvo Jew-
ish Agency's diverse and monu-
mental program in Israel will
have to be tailored to the new
financial conditions, with grave
consequences for immigrant ab-
sorption, future immigration and
land development," he warned.
"This," he continued, "would be
tragic, especially since there art-
some omens that immigrtion from
East European countries may in-
crease. The Soviet Union and other
East European countries have not
solved the Jewish problem. Assim-
ilation has failed.
Gables High Kids
Score in Exam
Sixteen seniors at Coral Gables
Senior High School have been
named semi-finalists in the Na-
tional Merit Scholarship competi-
tion, according to principal Harry
N. Rath. The local students are
listed among the 7.500 high scorers
on the scholarship qualifying test,
a nationwide college aptitude ex-
amination given in 14.000 high
schools last Oct. 22.
The semi-finalists named Wed-
nesday outscored 300.000 fellow
seniors, and thus moved a step
closer to the $4 million in Merit
I Scholarships to be awarded in the
1958 program.
Semi-finalists ere Allan P.
' Bakke, Robert Cohen. Nancy
Cutbirth. April Fisher, Henry B.
Garrison, Jeffrey B. Gluckman,
| Jacqueline B. Johnson, Ralph N.
Jones, Stephen C. Lutton, Joseph
S. Perkell, William B. Poo, Rich-
ard C. Reibman, Margaret S.
Reno, Judith A. Rood, Robert M.
Schwarcz, Alan Zame.
Merit Scholarships are sponsored
by over 60 business and industrial
firms, as well as by professional
societies, foundations, and even in-
d i vi d u a 1 a. The Sears-Roebuck
Foundation is the largest sponsor
with 100 awards worth $500,000
being granted annually
Semi-finalists now face a rigor-
ous, three-hour college board ex-
amination to be given in testing
centers throughout the country on
Jan. 11. Students whose high
scores substantiate their earlier
test performance will become final-
ists in the competition.
'Country Fair' Bazaar HeW
Miami Women's Unit of United
Cerebral Palsy held a "Coun-
try Fair" bazaar Monday evening
at the Rehabilitation Center, 1411
NW 14th ave.
-C'tlcr. to f/,c
iDITOR, The J.wilh .^
May I complimen, Leo
for h.s rolumn .
particularly where it cour 1
caut.ons the Jcish 3
against tyranny of ,he m,nmoJ
Rabbis are so busy thJ
rarely have the opporin
pose themselves to inr ...J
others. However, I try to ffl
paper, albeit hurriedly and!
it most worthwhile.
RABBI HERBERT BAQW
South Florida
Union i .
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EDITOR .The Jewish f
We have lost our helovedl
lie" Obcrman (Ed. Not.: yJ
Oberman, noted arti-n At 2I
afternoon of Dee n he
away and took wi'h h*m
forceful nature that brongfl
and meaningful expi - great loveart.
"Will'e," teacher 01 thousa
students of all ages for the
ation Department, uithout
pense, will be -only misse
devotion to the creativity
knew no hounds. He -ketche
the class at the University ,
ami with an ea~ernc> that
his years.
Recently returned from J
to Mexico, where he studk
painted, he was busily n
in creating enough new
sitions to be able to stage ij
en anniversary of art this f
ing spring. He wjs an
member of the first Beaux l
Ball committee for the Yl
WHA. H:s wc-k his beeikl
ited widely and as a
in his field he had few |
It is only just that the
of this beloved friend not
gotten. He should not haveaf
so zealously for art. for edo
and for the communty aod|
his paje torn out of the
life.
I think it proper that we <
lish, in his name. a f ho'irsil
the school of art at the Univj
of Miami to perpetuate thedej
"Willie" Oberman tradifon
rightfully deserved the dedical
CHAIM
Miami Beach Recreation I
Film Feature of
Immigration St(
A "CJA Night" fi-ponsonj
the Recreation Dcp.'r:ment
ami Beach and the Greater!
Jewish Federation was prfl
ed at the Miami Beach Com|
ity Center Tuesday evening.
Scheduled for the first
showing in the South Florida I
w a a the Hollywood prod
film, "Not One Shall Die," fej
ing Guy Madison and Agnei
head.
He explained the f j
the Combined Jewish Appear
Greater Miami in the sup?or|
these life-saving programs.
Adult education director Clj
Rose introduced the speaker.
People of Peyton Place come to life in film starting Saturday
at Wometcoj Ccrib, Miami, Miracle and Gateway theatres.
Above, in scene from Peyton Place, are Terry Moore as Betty
Anderson, tewn vamp, and Barry Coe> who plays Rodney
Harrington, mill owner's son. Also starred are Lana Turner as
Constance McKensie, Hope Lange as Sslena Cross, and Lloyd
Nolan as Dr. Swain.
Retired, He Exercises His Green Thumb
A "retired" Miamian has a
green thumb the likes of which
few people have seen, and he is
making it "pay off" in a lot of
spiritual satisfaction.
He is Harry Raskin, of 2374 SW
11th st. A Miamian for the past
17 years, Raskin formerly design-
ed commercial bodies for the
Ford Motor Company.
He came here during the final
days of World War II because of
illness, bringing with him a
hobbyist's love for vegetables
and flowers Besides, it was pa-
triotic in those days to grow V-for-
Vietory gardens.
Raskin began raising fruit
trees imatly mango, avocado
and citrus. "But my greatest
satisfaction," he e 11 p I a mod,
"has come from the mange,"
three varieties of which Raskin
personally developed.
What it amounts to is that Ras-
kin has succeeded in extending
the mango's growing season via a
"staggering process." This, of
course, produces a yield far in
excess of before. Raskin sells
none of his fruit. He gives it all
away, enjoying the surprised re-
action of his friends to the cnor-
nious size and delicious taate of
bis produce.
The hobbyist's search for per-
fection sent Raskin of
"school." He has taken coul
with Dadc county's agncultaj
agent, Douglass Knapp. who
so Impressed with his puj
acumen, that he invited RasM
demonstrate difficult fcraf
processes over television
Raskin has thus fai
over 1,00 trees, and he la Ml
considered a soil expert 1
subject that can keep him t
a lifetime," his wife, Bertha, $f
And it does. Raskins only)
gret is that he is not m
enough "to do the most imp>ru
thing a man cf my ">ter|
should "go to Israel.


L^ember_20.1957
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Rothman tar Mitnah
Ronald Rolhman. son of Mr. an'l
Norman Rothman, 425 Surf-
side blvd., vs ill become Bar Ifitz-
vah iaturda> morning, Dec. 21 ai
the North Shore Jewish Center.
Rabbi Mayer Ahramowiiz will con-
duct ih<- service, honald is a stu-
dent in the religious school of the
Center and attends Nautilus Junior
High.
North Shore Jewish Center Dedication
Night to Feature All Age Groups Sunday
The entire congregation, from l friends in honor of their
the tiniest tots to the most vener- j wedding anniversary,
able of elders,
golden
will participate in \
the Chanuka dedication night,!
sponsored by the North Shore Jew-
ish Center Sunday evening. Max I
Krauss, president, announced.
In the spirt of the festival, the
evening will begin with the dedica-
tion of a Torah contributed by tm
Center's PTA for the children of]
the student congregation.
In the spirit of the Chanuka
candlelight, the children and
parents of PTA will participate
in a ceremony to the tuna of
the chant of the children's choir.
Elders of the congregation will
participate in an equally inspiring
Adjustment Firm
Opens Local Office
A firm of public insurance ad-
justers and appraisers which has
been proinineni in its field lor 70
years in Philadelphia announced
plans lhi> week to open a Miami
office.
Clarke and Cohen, which handles
claims totaling many millions of
, dollars a year, started operations
i Monday with a Florida subsidiary, ceremony when Mr and Mrs. Mor- members and officers of the PTA
Cor.tinuinq in th* spirit of tha
Festival of Dedication, Mrs.
Eh i? Belsky, president of Sister-
hood, and AI Sherman, presi-
dent of tha Men's Club, will par-
ticipate in a service of tribute
in honor of some 50 members of
the co^Tegati01 for '.-eir S'lp-
pcrt of thi congregation during
the pest year.
Highl'ghting Hie congregation's
dedication ni .ht will be the presen-
tation of an original cantata writ-
ten by Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz,
"The Maccabce," sung by Cantor
Edward Klein.
Participating ;n the children's
Torah dedication service will be
chael. son of Dr. and Mrs.
pman R. Kaplan, will be-
ne Bar Mitzvah at Temple
uau-El Saturday morning.
.Jiving Lehrman will otti-
Michael is an eighth
0de student at Nautilus
*ool and attend* Temple
Lanu-El religious school.
Glenda, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Shuman, 751
81st st., will become Bas Mitz-
vah Friday evening, Dec. 20,
at North Shore Jewish Center.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
will officiate. Glenda is a stu-
dent in religious school of
Center and attends Nautilus
Junior High.
Clarke and Cohen, Inc., at 677 NE
79th st.
Manager of the Miami office is
Abraham S. Einhorn, former at-
torney for the Pennsylvania Gen-
eral State Authority, public cor-
poration which handles the state's
institutional construction.
ris Black take part in the dedica-
it'on of pulpit chairs donated by
Proceeds for Cfc!Mrn
Orah chapter of Mizrachi Women
held a dance and floor show
at the Eden Roc hotel Saturday
evening. Proceeds are for reha-
Einhorn was affiliated for some bilitation of children at Mizrachi
REBA KAPtAN
Rebci Kaplan Will
Be Bas Mitzvah
Reba, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Kaplan, 7775 Crespi blvd.,
will become Bas Mitzvah during
late Friday evening services, Dec.
20, at Surfside Town Hall. Rabbi
Jonah Caplan and Cantor Jacob
Mal'k will officiate.
Reba is a student and the first
Bas Mitzvah in the graduating
class of Temple Ner Tamid re-
ligious school. She also attends
Nautilus Junior High.
A reception will be held Satur-
day evening at the Kaplan home.
Out-of-town relatives attending
are Mr. and Mrs. Abe Rosengard
Barwin, 111.: Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Roth and Mr. and Mrs. Ike Roth,
Ind-anapolis, Ind.; and Mr. and
Mr- Samuel Kaplan, Chicago, III.
years with Clarke and Cohen in a
legal capacity before he retired
and came to Miami 16 months ago.
He is president of the subsidiary.
board of directors:
The Mesdames Phillip Jacoby,
president; vice presidents. Mart in
Kurzweil, Fred Beckman, Irving
Laibson, Sam Pearlman, Nat Poz-
in; secretaries, Max Goss, S.
Trencher, Max Joseph; Lillian Eis-
enberg, treasurer; Robert Block,
parliamentarian; board members,
Paul Millman, R. Einsohn, A.
homes in Israel. The chapter also Duckor, Paul Greenfogel and Ja-
held a general meetine Tuesday
evening at the home of Mrs. Irene
Miller, 1643 SW 7th st.
cob Fish.
Al Mechlowitz, chairman of the
board of directors of the North
Shore Jewish Center, will act as
master of ceremonies.
r^mt-


Bnnie, daughter of Mr. and
Irving Kaplan, 3630 Fla-
Jngo dr., will become Bas
Btevah Saturday, Dec. 21, at
[emple Bsth Sholom. Rabbi
on Kronish will officiate.
I*b. Kaplan is a Sisterhood
ust president end board
Mmber. Mr. Kaplan is a
fmp le board member.
UCC Forms New Group
Voitth of College Age
[Gail Fund has been named tem-
ry president of a newly-formed
"8 adult group sponsored by
Miami "V Branch of the
l2iUr Miami Jewish Community
*ter,
** group is composed of former
si!? of yuth ffw'p* ssoci-
I^ *ith the "Y." It will serve as
f n inf(,rma| alumni association for
I ho are now of college age.
1 Formerly vice president and
Explain of Tau Alpha Omega,
ss ^d assumes the chairman-
Chamilca-Chrisfmp< Talk
Rabbi Herbert II. Baumgard. di-
ri.t.trl the South Florida Council
of the inion of American Hebrew
Congregat'ons and spiritual leader
, south Dade Jewish Center, and
Re, Ralph Huston, minister of the
First Methodisl church of South
Miami. Will appear on 'Noon
Chapel" over Ch. 10 Friday. The
two will discus. "NS.J
Meaning of the Jewish HMayd
Chanuka and its Kelaton to C hi M-
i mas."
Popiel School,
N. Dade Center
To Mark Holiday
Chanukau.llheeelebratedbya
jew,sh Center during the com.n;
weekend.
On Saturday evening *>
,,,, girls group of the Center win
host a Chanuka" party for the boys.
day daMeaeia*.
Sunday morning, the PTA of the
renter will treat students of the
?opiel School with refreshments
and Chanuka toys.
Sunday evening the AduU Ed^
cation institute will hold its reg
u,ar bi-weekly session- '"dj
devote its program to a tnan
^nd-y evening +**SX
confirmation class of he Cent
host at a Chanuka party tor
agers of the area.
JWmmm ,,. Mcver Abramowitz, Max Krauss, pres-
chairs, contributed in.Uea: non y
at North Shore Jewtoh Center.
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fJcnisti ncrkUan
FridqY. December
t
We Want to Go Together/
She Sighed-Then She Died
NEW YORK (JTA) Mrs.
Murray (". Troper, wife of the
former head of Joint Distribution
Committee operations in Europe,
died of a heart attack during the
annual dinner of the JDC, a few
minutes after Gen. Troper col-
lapsted at the table. Mrs. Troper,
who had been ;n ill health, thought
her husband ha*l di* "If he goes, we want to go to-
Jays Win Game
In BBG Tourney
B'nai R'rith Girls chapters of
Greater Miami opened their vol-
leyball tournament here last week.
Victor in one of the sets mi
Jaya BBG In a two-out-of-three
series over P'oena BBG.
Participating for .lays were Lin-
da Kamen, Brenda Bcody, Bonnie
Goldberg, Mary Ellen Satan. Nan-
cy Sehonfeld. Carol Kent. Sandy
Vt linstock, and .Myrna I.olx I
P'ncna girls were Marilyn K;i'/.
Marlene Schop, Cindy Seigal, Sally
Biblo. and Shari Deutch.
After losing the first game 118.
.lays won the remaining two games.
11-0, 11-6.
eether," she exclaimed. A few
minutes later, she died. Gen. Tro-
pet was reported recovering after
receiving medical attention.
Mrs. Troper, who was fill
years old,.was a native of Hun-
gary and had been personally
active in the overseas relief
work of the JDC after World
War I. When her husband went
overseas to direct the JDC pro-
gram in Europe in the critical
period before World War II, she
accompanied him.
She remained with him during
the early part of the \\;ir B< JDC
headquarters in Paris, and later
in Lisbon after the collapse of
. Prance.
Mr. Troper served in the U.S.
I Army in World War II in the of-.
i (lee of fiscal director and held the
rank of brigadier general when
he retired. He is a former presi-
dent of the New York State So-
(iity of Certified Public Accoun-
tants.
tl at WrenWe-Beeck Memorial
Chapel
LEO M. DANERHIRSH
vi. c.r :_"" Baj di died Dei 14. The
letli ,.i owner a bottle *:- fU'".
ii- waa (in- f<.in.-i Woodbine, N.J.,
iHiKtiiiaeti i .hi ">* "He* i "
nn I. ni "f the Woodbine Nations
liank. He a life membei of the
M .in. order, I.....-mber i>f Temple
lb iii shot .in and .i membei of B'nai
B'rlth and i pael i.....Idenl the
llolarj il. I. ..I Pea lale, N.J H
i Ivor* Include iii- wits, Hattle
\i \i lam KaMn
I.,. k i. i in< i two brothi re
.. ii.i 11,1 man slsti1. Mrs. Chmi -
| i i ..
, .n.
Hostess at Luncheon
Bonni Elayne Poliner, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Poliner. 1534
Cecilia ave., Coral Gables, will be
hostess at a luncheon for 75 guests
in honor of her 16th birthday on
Sunday at Miami Springs Villas.
A fortune-teller will be one of the
highlights of the luncheon. Miss
Poliner is a junior at Miami Senior
High, and is a member of Tau Al-
pha Omega and Gems.
MRS. ESSIE BERMAN
50, .if 3140 MS : .Hi at hi. il I.-- It,
'. resident here seven years, ahe la
.- irvlved by her husband, Norman; h
son Harold; s daughter, rrankle: two
i i.-r-. Including Mrs Rose Oarflnkel;
hiu in > i ii.-i n. ini ii iii- t' ii
in Mt. Bin ii i 'emetery, wiih
\ bj Rive aide Bern l> Memol Utl
iv IS.
PHILIP JACKSON
SS, c.r 1(30 NW listh i.i died Dae,
i:: A resident here 10 '.-ins. I,- waa
:t in.-mi.,-r nf the Oddfellows Lodge.
Surviving are his wife, Badie; a broth*
,-r and two Rioters Services were
i .-! jl mi Rlvenilde-Beaen Memorial
Chapel, with burial In ML Nebo Ceme-
lerj.
BENJAMIN LIEBERMAN
St, of ITI BW Will -I ilie.l Her. IS.
A carpenter, he wai a reasoeni here
Il years, Surviving mi- his wife,
Anna; a eon, Larry; five brothers
ami unr i.-iei Services were Dei
YEAR END
TAX TIPS
NUMBER 3
More Tax-Saving Deductions
And How To Time Them
Thlt U one of a teriet of four articles on federal Income
taxe*. The articlei are bated on information provided by the
American Inititute of Certified Public Accountant! and the
Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountant!.
If you are one of those individual taxpayers who is constantly
being collared and dollared for charitable contributions, you may
save money by paying particular attention to the timing and
planning of your year-end donations.
Before paying-ogf on any more
|9fe* pledget you might have made.
mber that you will not re-
ceive a lax credit lor your charit-
able contributions unless you item-
ize deductions on your return You
mi I take the standard 10 per cent
deduction and a special it.-duction
for donations to charily You may
only or.e or the other, so plan
your year-end pledge payments ac-
cc.rdingly
Planning Charitable Ciflt
If you will be foiced to take the
Standard 1 per cent deduction this
year, your best lax move would be
to defer payment on your outstand-
I | until alter January 1.
pyramiding them into 1958 when
> on may be able to itemize deduc-
tions However, if you have had a
: iliaii-average income year and
are trying to bunch Itemized deduc-
tions on this year's return, you
should pay not only the pledges you
have made but possibly (he pledges
you would ordinarily make in early
ISM.
Here is an important point to
keep in mind as you plan your year-
end pledge payments a charitable
contribution will be considered paid
and therefore deductiblein the
year when the check Is delivered to
the charity and nol when It is
actually cashed
Properly Donation*
A gift does not have to be In cash
to entitle you to a charitable deduc-
tion. It can be in property, and
since you can claim a deduction for
the full market value of a properly
gift, it may actually pay you to
give away items that are now worth
more than they cost
For example, suppose that you
own a few shares of stock that cost
you $100 few years ago. Today
the stork Is worth $150. and appar-
ently fully priced If you know you
nie going to be approached by a
church, chanty, college or the like
for a sizeable donation within the
next few months, you might con-
ider contributing these aecurltiea
before the end of Ihe year
By giving thla property away, thp
organisation you care to favor will
benefit by receiving property which
they may hold oi sell and you will
establish a $150 charitable deduc-
tion for your r.C.T tax return.
Furthermore, you avoid paying a
capital gains tax on the profit.
If you must dismiss the idea of
giving away a piece of real estate
or a block of stock within the next
tew years, don't overlook the oppor-1
tunlty of building up your charitable
deduction by donating such "prop-
erty1 as used furniture, clothing,
hooks and toys lo a woilliy charity.
The value of these items Is deduct-
ible, too
Preparing Stair Taxrt
The state and local taxes which
v.iu pay aie also deductible items
that often can be pyramided to give
a (ax advantage Some taxes that
tall due early in 1958 can be pre-
paid to give you an additional,
deduction on this year's fedeial tax
return On the other hand. It may
be to your advantage to delay pay-
ments until 1958 Be careful when
you do this, however You may in-
cur a late payment penalty.
Firmer Tax Tact if
While businessmen and farmers
ran do everything that a salaiied
worker can do to cut their tax bills,
they also have special opportunitiea
to time year-end deductions.
A farmer, for example, who re-
ports for tax purposes on a cash
basis, can deduct his expenditures
In the year paid By purchasing his
1958 grain requirements In Decem-
ber, he can Increase deductions on
hla 1957 return If he borrows
money to make this purchase, the
interest paid on the loan during the
year is also deductible.
A businessman, whose year-end
tax plan calls for bunching deduc-
tions on this year's return, can
lime the sale of used equipment to
establish loss deductions. For ex-
ample, by selling a truck that has
a depreciated value of $800 and a
real market value of $500. a busi-
nessman may claim a tax credit for
hla $300 "loss." If he sells the truck
before December SI. he can take
this deduction on his 1957 return.
La il Article: Slept That Could
Sars A Dependency Exmmptltm.
SAM BROWN
IS, ..f "_ s\\ 14th ni ii ed i
1 i lerk, he an gi
H IV 11 i lei an He had bei n
I l> ill, h; _li-ifr :l-J --.r. _s 11^.111111/ .1
PPT. -'
i
moi it. i i H
were i nh i !
dun FVi.....I Home, with liin il m
Ml Ni .....rs
HARRY ARBIT
It! I |.,. ||
A wholesale prod i .'. hi a I
,. in i>. re 18 < :iIvors
two sons,
' I :i
t. -in : f "
... svwri l 11 ii I
H wiih burial in .\lt. Sin.il
1
MRS LUCILLE BLUM
SI ave., died I II.
A a Inter \ laltoi bei (..
in \.. i ii> two tons, i.ouls
an i .m.i\ ; and oro brothei ijei
and bui lal were In Rii hmond Hill,
\ v with River* de-Beai b Memo-
rial Chanel in charge of local

HYMAN KANSOL
SI of lots Euclid :,\,- died Dec l.'
An apartment house owner, he was
di hi here I" ) esi s. He lest es
hla wife, Bnrah; a win, Heymom
hali and Mrs Norms Botwln. Berv-
and two daughters, Mrs Dlaa An-
wort I'' 12 at Riverside-Beach
Memoi lal Chapel, Ith fui thi r sei \ -
lees mid burial in New Y..rk City.
WILLIAM OBERMAN
ii. nf ,..i'i Hla|ianola um, Treat
Island, died Dec n He .i- irl
director ni ihe Miami Beach Com-
munity Center, taught rl at the
H mil Beach Jewish Center, and
Waa active In the ("oral Cable* Art
.mil Music Chili l'e had exhllm.-.l
his paintings und sketch..- In local
gallerlea, a resident here in years,
h- la survived b] his wife, Flo; four
daughters, Mrs Rose BVhwarts. Mrs.
Ann Lowenger, Mrs Kiieda Heller,
mid Mrs. Yoln zaas; and a sister.
Bervlcea and burial were in New
Tor*, with Riverside-Bearh Memo*
rial Chapel in charge of local ar-
l.imiements.
HYMAN JANOFSKV
.' ..f Tin Psnnsylvsnla ave., died
Dec. I. A retail grocer, he ,s ,,
resident here Iii veins. Surviving are
his wlie. Rebecca; a sun. Max; and
Inn daughters. Mrs ltottv (illhcit
and Mrs Rose i-apknff Rsrvtcee
were in Washington, with Riverside-
i:. ...ii Memorial i'M..i .ii rangementa utcallj.
MRS DOROTHY MENDEL
..\ of 81071 Bw 7th st., died Dec 9
In Washington A resident here SS
-in- i~ sun iv ad bj s son,
Leon; and sister, Mrs Elliott
Hampton. Bervtoes were Dec II at
ai ii Memorial Cti.....I,
wltb burial in ML Nebo Cemetery.
JACK BURTON COHEN
SS. of ir. NW IXSth ~t died Dec.
A te.ln North Shore I
^as gr iduated from the rm-
veridt> of Miami in .linn- a- .i tropi-
.' i ortleulturlal a orpor 'l in the
War II. ha
'' Ihe i \i Force during
'>> '<...... W M. leavi hla s fe,
11 .i -. :i ii tughtei. 11. borah.
ffre< ln~ in,ih. i .\i. i. Rone
later and bi other Berv-
.i burial were In New fork,
with l ii ingementa b) ileiimun
i' im i.i! Chapel
MRS. ESTHER DAVIS
Dec.
' Iwo ii is \ Ibeii ami
- \ and burial i
S .. i i
Chapel In charge of local
U.S. Marine Sgt. Sheldon
Rosenthal sent holiday greet-
ings in Greek to Mr. and Mrs.
Hy Morris, 1005 Brickell ave.,
but he confounded nobody.
Sheldon's stationed as a mil-
itary policeman with a de-
tachment oi Marines in
Athens, Greece. He is son of
Mr. and Mrs. Obbie Rosen-
thai, 4850 SW 4th st., Miami.
He was a Marine Reserve
here, attended University of
Florida, and is now making
Marine Corps his career.
leave, his wife. Minnie and his son.
si.in. v Uft, arrloea ami burial were
IN-. II wltb Hellin.in Funeral Chap-
els In charge of arrangements.
20, 10
QuartettodiRomol
Scheduled Jan. 25
Md. of .hi, cwntaJ^V
ce here. "
Quartet to di Roma will
scheduled for Jan. 22 The Cr i
group is cancelling it, date due i
illness. '
Changed, too. Is the conc.rfj
time and place, 0-jan.ii,
Rcrna wiiriM heard Situr*-.
evening, Jan. 25, at Sh.n.rZJ
Junior High School auditorium,
instead of at ths White TempUj
Quartctto di Roma includes
nclla Santoliquido. pianist, fwrne.
ly of the famous Virtuosi di Romi
Arrigo Pellicca, violinist, onenml
Quintetto Bocchorini membn
Bruno Giuranna. who cnniestoth
Quartetto di Roma from thl
world-renowned I Musici; and Ma7
simo Amfitheatrof. 'cellist,
ductor and instrumentalist wit]
Virtuosi di Roma.
Ernest A. Silverman. Friends,
Chamber Music of Miami seer
tary, said Wednesda\ that membe,
ships are no longer being accepte
for the current season. New men
berships will be considered (or u_
1958-59 series on a first come, firjj
serve basis, he revealed.
Action of Palace Points
To Record Attendance, Ploy|
The first week of action at thl
Dania Jai Alai Palace broke even
existing record, and all signs pom
to a continuation of the attendan
at Roy A. McAndrews fronton.
Fans have swarmed to Dania
from all sections of the state, aa
all have expressed keen satis
tion at tne wonderful performat
given by the players Thrill
thrill have packed all the sin.
and doubles games, ami from
ability shown by the newcomers I
Dania, the veterans are going I
have a rough time this season I
ing to take top honors.
rvRS. IDA DIAMOND
ft, of I Mei dian W'.k Burvlvom Include Ihrei sons
loseph, of Miami s.^i,--
re 11.-. 10 Ith i: ..
Memorial Chapel In i hargi of ai -
i .i ng< menta.
MRS. ESTHER KATZEN MATZ
.s. of ISIS Jeffemon ave., died Dec
10 v resident hen 17 ) eai she i -
sun red bj her husband, Harrj : a
f"n, ..ui two daughters,
Inn Kist and Mi Ravi I in I*
--. < es were I lee tl a) ltl\.
I'll. Hi. -I. With
in Ml Blnal Cemeti
MRS ETTA SACHS
lt44 KW ISth t ,ii, i o
' ... ,|,,. |H
I by n dailghtei. Mr. i. ,,
' "- "I" n i nd n\.....ii.. Hun .i
and Bdward it s... i buHal
Mes I ih Hellman
i uni i.i i hapel In barge of r-
i... ally
FLORIDA'S LARGEST JEWISH CHAPEL
HELLMAN
FUNERAL CHAPELS, Inc.
"CARING FOR THOSE YOU CARE FOR"
E. AL HELLMAN Secretary
OFFICIAL AMBULANCE SERVICE OF MIAMI BEACH
SERVING ALL OF DADE COUNTY
S**ti*ni To
Jerve You-
1743 BAY ROAD
MT. SINAI H0SP.
ST. FRANCIS H0Sr\|
l23S.W.BthST.
,, ..WILLIAM MOSHER
of .ii Carl -i. i\. die I I
In- bi
nd Iwo
were
';'
th burial In l..k.-i,i.. Mi -
i Park,
MORRIS LIFSHITZ
......I !
r. he had
two da from S'i York He
qOXDON
VNISAl HO Ml
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
1743 Bay Road nr. Dade Boulevard
JEfierson 8-5333
MIAMI. FLORIDA
1923 S.W. 8th Street
FRanklin 4 6149
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HARRY W. BEYER F. D.


,ber 20, 1957
+Jeistrhrk/kHi
B-ll

A
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Dr. Belkin to be Speaker at Dinner
Honoring Financier Louis Wolf son
Dr. Samuel Belkin, president of-1-"* S. Ppplok. Joaeph a. Port. DavM
v~.ki_. n_;____;.. :n u-__i__: I'rovim. |,ei- Rntner, Alex Richarilsiiii,
Yeshiva University, will be pnnci- iidyii s. Rlehardeon
pal speaker at the Charter Day I ,''i R|I"'I,V", 1S*3&, M- "'.""'
. __j I r.olii-rt Itnsxell. JRCOD M|iirsli.|n. Nam
Award dinner honoring Lou's E. |8chwarti, Joahua .1 Begat, Samuel
Wolfson at the KonUinebleau hotel s,vlw:' Ar.'!"" 2j*a.hrfJiw.F?*a nlf'
_ __ ShiH-hpt. SWney Mi-ri-1. Cnarli
Dec. 29. Announcement was made |vra, 'braham Bolder, Benjamin Bn -
by Leo Robinson, president of the!'1--1- ''V'1 Som.-i-Ht.-i,,. Harry SpeUr,
' ... I l.-aac Stern, Morris S. Stone. <.n-<
sponsoring Florida chapter of the itau, Robert 1.. Turchln, A. I
nation's first university under Jew- 'j'.^' '^ .].','.
i'-h auspices, and by dinner chair- [
man Jack A. Cantor.
I>r. Belkin, 46, assumed the pres-
dency of Yeshiva in June, 1943.
With his election, he blue-printed
the broad academic and physical
expansion program designed to
make the institution an even great-
er force for service to the com-
i munity.
null
mer.
Wolfe, Joseph Zemel,
P meetinq at Stirling hotel to map versity's Albart Einstein College of Medicine,
" Dec 29 Yeshiva University Charter > *o Robinson, preside"! of Florida chapter of
Sward dinner hooring Miami Beach Yeshiva University, Mrs. Jennie Grossinger,
jXop.st Louis E. Wolfson includes (left Edward Lassman and Joseph Cohen, chapter
toht) Miss Sue Berkowitz, founder of uni- secretary.

Robinson, who h-aded a Great-
er Miami delegation which at- .
tended a special convocation in
New York Sunday night which
grant-id Vice President Richard
M. Nixon an honorary degree, re-
ported that Yeshiva University
wi'l spind a record total of
$752,825 during the 1957-58 aca-
demic year to provide scholar-
ship aid for 81 percent of its stu-
dent body.
The 2,680 students are receiving
u'*ion, dormitory and mainte-
nance scholarships. They are in at-
tendance at the university's six
different teaching centers in the
Greater New York area.
Robinson po'nted out uiat the
scholarship assistance program
represents more than 25 percent
of the institution's total mainte-
He is a member of Phi Beta
Kappa, the Union of Orthodox
Rabbis of the States and Canada,
the publictaion committee of the
Jewish Publication Society, the
executive committee of the
American Jewish Historical So-
ciety, and numerous other civic,
educational and religious endea-
vors.
Cantor reported Wednesday that
"heavy advance reservations indi-
cate more than 500 leaders of the
Greater Miami Jewish and non- $3,000,000
Jewish communities will attend | nance Duueel *'
the dinner." This is the first testi-1 "Educational institutions have
monial funct'on to Wolfson since1 been affected by rising costs to the
he moved to Miami Beach.
Planning meetings were held
on successive Wednesday after-
noons at the Sterling hotel, with
a large new committee of spon-
sors named by Cantor.
A.......1 them are: Btdnej D. Analn,
,., .1. AuRuat, Melvln Bj -
I hill Hi rkowiU, Th.......re Barman,
Siax Boderm......U ,:V-",",,",'-'l k B
Carmel, Henrs Cove, PI i-rick ..
IMllu Ma iru-. 11. '" im. Haro
l-Mutinl 1.. Denlaon, Harrj
ft\Er*3n"Morris VW, William
Km Hel e L\ -il-loian, ';
FVInkoM. John Fell.
I'l- ""' Cnarlea ftIfdjander.
noint that any further increases
in tu'tion and other fees, to offset
increasing operational expenses,
would only remove higher educa-
tion from the grasp of our youth."
Robinson said.
Jimmer Heads List
for Dade Handicap
Headd by M. N. Goodwin's Jim-
! mer authoritat've winner of the
Hen De Soto Handicap two weeks ago.
1 :;,::.!;::;'." STaSSSSi > Sro-year-oMs have been nom*
rh: ip Got.lcb, Harry J. 'i'"--!-'"'"'-intefl fo, the S10.000 added Dade
^"iThK D.rld Hochbe. count, Handicap, a six-furlong
1 .h'ff'.:. "SBS! event which will headline Satur-
dav's nine-race program at Trop-

,* u, plan Loui, E. WoUson dinner Top W. to '^""^^n'Sldn'
.V,.-. ioff, Samuel A. j^SM. JuHui
k i-.iin Klv K. Kata, Hoe Kats. }"*
v.u ,- Kin--. Jaj 1 Klalak. William
,' C Lehman, Monrtj Lapl-
lu< fedward Laeeman. JoaephUgr-
, ,, &ward Lear. JoaepJ. Levlne,
M:,:,i- Uberman. Herbert R. UnieK.
ical Park.
men
ded United Fund Pushes Toward Goal
. _A.au Iron
lited Fund volunteers topped
ll*o million mark Saturday.
timed the plan to insure the
of their first UF drive in
We county.
workers hit $2,132,412, the
t amount ever raised for
here. Their object've
toward th successful comple-
tion of this campaign," Turner
said. "With the extended time
given us, we will use every ave-
nue of revenue in this commu-
nity available to us."
Turner announced the United
Cerebral Palsy Assn.. which joined
Jimmer, a son of Bolero, scored
by three and one-half lengths in
I the De Soto. defeating Elkcam
S.iael"Sam ^'~%^V^fo? Sable's swift Hubcap, which w'll
Sfe^iaSLWWJ Eft fiin be among his rivals in the
Dade County. In August. Jimmer
captured the Grand Union Hotel
Stakes at Saratoga, trimming nine
rivals by five lengths in his only
other stakes triumph of the year.
Some new faces w'll be makin?
-cm- 1 certain steps taken in first year appearance of the meet-
Division drives have received public sup- m r n de County. Amom*
.?V'SI' port in the interest of establishing "| in Hast Housc Farm's
charged with rttrt* ^JJ ^concept of United Fund-ra.s'ng,'^^ Sca Swell, an Engl.sh-
'SSSS E5+E2S In their communities. | ^ffi, has won one ofh, two
ing progress reports. The Com-
merce and Industry
ployes campaigns,
$1,120,000 in.
has over
707 -
the
Uses,
The Professional Division, wUh
work of 55 agencies aid in the cleanup potM 01 tlu
Walter Laidlaw, director of De-
troit's Torch Fund, told1 Dade 0 U-
cials, "You're going to have to use
the funds needed to the
. a report from members ot
,,,. the Dade County Bar Assn. reD0
. is atUinable. accord-1 drive with the ^cthon th^ha ,j ^ m twud ,neir ODjecllVc
John 13. Tuioer. drive chair-, effectively run for the pasi 1()f$50000.
years- ffop! Commerce and Industry Divi-
Th s is the most generous offer w buslness ,
by ^ 'board of UCP." Turner n "^f of SlW0. y ,$rae, OrgOft^d
,t shows all our ""'ts are ^^ w|th add.t.ona
;.;"t;ry means cf raising money to ^ u Uie --&t bead-
double the amount raised in la Talent Sho^.FVK. Kinder.
11CII <"^ "------------ .
; Bolero U. representing the
osUte of J. L. McKnipM. who will
.ve .he advantage ***>*
tack in he saddle. Ada L.Rce
turday's developments have
us an optimistic outlook
year's Chest urive. Tie impor.ani
actor is that you sell the concept
of giving to make your United
Fund successful in years to come.
said
IEANS
TMs.Syeatel
Fra*etry
[0SHER
Which Are
CartMlerfea
K ether.
Welch to M
^ther' m"eooperat,ng to make Jjor^-- scnl l0 lhc field
this first UF drive a success. We ^ exlensim perl0d.
are therefore accepting the Roofl Dcvelopment Division.
offer of UCP. ^J^,'^*SS with a goal of $260,000, is just get-
,0 run this telethon in Janua^ -ler way with the arrvalo
We're goto? to ""Jjjl ""** jjf winter season and Miami
money to make this quota. i- jsjon wlth
Turner ex..ir-d the UCP will
5&w,,>
Franklin Ba-nderj JJJjjrJ
UCP. P-in'ed out th a. h o l
be reached through 11- >< '
whn ..... -- rontcted '" l
United Fund drive. ^^ wh0
Many
A new Yomn Israel of Greater
MUmi was announced this week.
The bioup Will eonuuet modern
Srtbodox services beginning Sa-
urday morning. 9 a.m.. at 1070 rsi.
78th ter., N. Miami Beach^ Md-
^combinedS follows. *J**2*g.
wMl be held at 3:4o p.m. Saturday. ( y
eve Dick, winner of the Kinder-
garten and Mayflower Stakes in
N w England; and Boncnst
Farm's hiehlv-regarded Backbone
vvCe workouts in recent week,
have b^dered on the sensational.
Two entries are amon-the nom-
inations. River Divide Farm. v. I
send out Gvrafon and High tresi,
both winners at the meeting, and
Sainer U. ft Hunt has named
Sher Art and Four Fi^sirithe
interests of the Grandview Stables
Sd Mrs. ft B. Massey. respective-
tional .-----
! their $40,000 raised.
$2 750,000 by Jan. 15.
Turner po'n.e,. out that .officials
ffjSlSS V-Vomcalstnat
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_ CURRENT DIVIDEND i\V
INSURED SAVINGS
PER ANNUM
HOME LOANS
III UU"--
vis-tors, per
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cause of the r*rori drive.
wlU be brought into this owe,
be said.
. .^'One of 'he Na.ion s
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T7Sade Federal
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NATHAN ZMPRMN
The Restless Search for a New Faith in Judaism Todl
COME COLUMNS AGO I confessed that I had never been
r* inside a Reform synagogue. The strange confession
brought an outpouring of invitations from a number of
congregations who apparently could not believe what they
fread.
One came from Rabbi Israel Itonov of Temple Beth El
of Laurelton. a New York suburb. The rabbi, in an exec,I
ingly warm invitation, assured me that 'he significant
message of Rabbi Silver and the Shabbosdig atmosphere
of our One Shabhat following the service wni uiuiouoicoiy
impress you as a modern manifestation of the vital and
dynamic type of Yiddishkeit that the Reform synagogue
r-nrmjtii jhii lllilinlrileil Itl giasjgneT toy themselves." ,,, J
Rabbi Renov was to he installed that evening, replac-
ing a young man who was overtaken by a romance whose
path was in Israel, by my good friend Samuel N. Silver,
editor of American Judaism. The occasion was a solemn
one and it appeared that the whole Jewish community
ON THE BOOKSHELF^
of Laurelton turned out for the event. The services wert
brief, dignified and marked by a decorum that one dOM
DOl Often find in Orthodox synagogues
As i watched the two rabbis parfacnlai the service*.
my mind went back to the "Shtlbel" and "bethmidrash"
that were my abode for many years. The spectacle of wor-
shippers without hats in a synagogue seemed strange and
remote and of another world I had not brought my skull
c P and 1 sat bareheaded. But there were many in the
pc wb who wore yarmulkespeople who evidently mack-th*
break away from the ways of their fathers but who could
not make the break complete. Somehow I felt that if, I
looked carefully I might have discovered in these strange
pastures women with "sheitlen," for it was a .Jewish
gathering and gathering of .lews as I conceive it.
The impression I got was that these fellow-worshippers
were mostly second generation Jewish immigrants with
Strong attachment! to the values, traditions and ceremon-
Poetry Forged on the Smithy of Sensibility
IR HAYONAH (City of the Dove). Poems by Nathin
Alterman. 358 pp. Tel Aviv: Mahbrot Lesifrut. $5.25.
i^ATHAN ALTERMAN, an Israeli poet of great lyrical
' depth and sensitivity, has now published a collect ion
of poems written in the last 14 years Most of these now
appear in print for the first time: the rest have been pub-
lished in "Mahbrot Lesifrut." "Luah Haaretz" and in
"Shisha Pirke Shira Alterman. a popular political bails-
deer, has been publishing in the daily press, every Friday
for the past 15 years or so. a political satire in verse under
the title "The Seventh Column."
But he also takes time out to write in a more serious
vein poems which comprise an important contribution to
Israel literature.
"City of the Dove." the dove being an ancient symbol
of Israel among the nations, is divided into five parts.
The first. "Shirei Ir Hayonah." (Poems of the City ot the
Dove i are largely devoted to contemporary history, the
tragedy of Jewish existence, redemption, and the new
Israel. The second and third parts contain lyrical
poems and ballads on a variety of subjects.
In the fourth part. Alterman lets the subjects and
heroes of his poems speak for themselves in the first per-
son. The concluding part of "Ir Hayonah" is the poem.
"The Ten Brothers," based upon an old Jewish folk song.
BAYiD SCHWARTZ
It develops the conceptions of ten different people of the
deeper meaning of human existence.
He feels that the business of life is tragic and exhil-
arating at the same time. The essential and irrelevant are
both relative. Thus he says about the potter's earihware:
It is an earthen vessel, it is not essential but trivial
In all practice and in all theory.
But when broken and abandoned on a hill
It signifies a kingdom destroyed.
Some of the poems bear the tragic imprint of the
newly arrived refugees from Cyprus, remnants of Jewish
communities in Europe who crawled and fell on God's
mountains and in Ayalon, "blind in the darkness of a new
people and a new land." In describing the desperate
struggle of the people he says: "An old people, but when
the open face of the fire shines on its fallen fighters it un-
covers the faces of a youth."
Most of the descriptive poems are written in the style
of an imagist who uses the sparest meaning to achieve the
highest effect and the simplest and clearest words to pene-
trate our subconscious. It is true that in some of his
poems. "Ir llayona." Alterman strikes a journalistic note
unlike that in his political ballads and songs, but as a whole
"Ir Hayonah" is pure poetry of reflective lyricism.
Israel's Brass Emerged from Ranks of Science
tajHILE JEWS HAVE been rather prominent in the
" metals business we haven't shone in the brass. How-
ever, thank- to Israel this lack of Generals ;ind other high
officers is being made up. It is not only in the Great
Machtesh of the Negev thai Israel has found brass
Israel's Generals, unlike most generals, have worked
themselves up from the bottom This is principally due
perhaps to the fact that Israel is a new country. The
United States' first Generals were that way too. Wash-
ington was a surveyor. Knox. a book dealer. Putnam, a
farmer. America had no West Point then.
HERRERT G. tJ FT
Reinhardt Opus Due
Hollywood
jack L. Warner, president of Warner Bros. Pictures,
" announces thai he will join with Elmer C. Rhoden.
head of National Theatres, Inc m the filmi/.ation of kfax
Reinhardt's pageant. "The Miracle." which was present-
ed on Broadway 35 years ago. It will be the first in a
series of multi-million dollar spectacles in 'he new Cine
miracle process and dimension. From the pen of Karl
Vollmoeller, Reinhardt's stage production of "The Mir
aclc" with music by F.ngleburt Hiimperdick has been pre-
sented throughout the whole world Movie production is
scheduled to start early in 1958
Some 350 citizens of (times, France, were able to rent
out their family possessions when "Me anil the Colonel."
William GoeU' production of the Franz Werfel classic
which has been shooting in Lyons, moved south this week
for additional location work. The extras, performing
alongside the international cast headed by Danny Kayc.
Curt Jurgens, Nicole Maurey and Akim Tamiroff in scenes
showing a refugee procession during the invasion of
France, were able to bring along their children, rolling
stock and their animals. Director Peter Granville plans
to conclude photography in Nimes in December after
which the troupe headed by Jakobowsky alias Danny Kayc
will travel to Marseilles.

Jerry Lewis, who started production of "Rock a bye
Baby" at Paramount. Dec. 2. flew to New York to con-
duct a 20-hour telethon to raise money for the Muscular
Dystrophy Fund. He hopes to get one and a half million
dollars which is the amount needed to complete the Muscle
Research Center at Cornell t'niversity. The total cost of
this building is seven million dollars.
Israel seems to prefer is choose its Generals from the
archaeologists. Any time a war comes along the Israel
Government inserts an advertisement in the papers lor
archaeologists who may happen to be unemployed at the
moment and from the replies, it chooses its Generals. So
it was that Gen Yadin. who headed the Israel Army in the
War for Independence, was an archaeologist, the son of
the famous archaeologist Sukenik, who brought the Dead
Sea Scrolls to the attention of the world. As soon as the
war was over. Yadin quit, to go back to archaeologing.
And (.in. Mosbe Dayan who succeeded him was also
a farmer and at least u amateur archaeologist. His wife
ssid that if he had been a soldier at the lime, she might
not have married him. But. perhaps, then she saw him,
fascinated bj an old pot be bad dug up and figured such
S man would be useful around the kitchen
Dayan's attitude is not unique. Twenty years
ago,*.....St .lews had different ideas about Generals and
things military. We were too committed to peace to
Cherish them We are not less committed today, but we
know too that without Israel's army, however much we
DM) like peace, there would have been no Israel. And
we know, to our sorrow, that the world seems to respect
force above everything The Israeli Army has performed
an immeasurable service in raising the prestige of Jews
the world over.
noius .tfOMir
ials of Heir fathers but with equally strong ,
that if then children are to be held the circle "'
Widened. Thaw were some who told me that it M
to houses ol worship had not been opened they J
tainly their children, would not be alt,listed with
gogues in any way. Some, coming from extremely o?
Jewish homes and with evidences of fine traditions'
cation, confessed they would like io see a svmhJ
Orthodoxy and Reform practice, though they could
tellectually grasp Ike theological dispaiity that m'U|
be overcome.
Recently much has been written o:i the j
sajkajgHM" Some of tfceMgelf-stytsU exj*m srouy#
believe that the suburban Jew is a non-entity, a fion
the imagination, or a complete fraud. With the'
sociological semantics whose meaning is unclear in.
Of us ordinary mortals they strive to convex the Hel
the groundswetl of religious interest in the suburbs!
product of emulation, of goyim of course, and thai
is no jasmine spiritual reservoir. I have over thj
two years visited a number of suburban areas, and it|
conviction that Jewish strength lies there these davsl
than in the bastions that are the walls of separately
big ci;y apartment*.
My faith is Orthodox, though I am hardly a e
server of the faith* precisely because of the (act that
perhaps the moral stamina to abide by Orthodoxy A
the stream that is around me. I will not prophesy
of the three religious movements, Orthodox. Reform]
servative. will survive. It is my sense however that]
will be no survival of Jewishness unless we treasuij
core of our existence faith.
EM Ifff SALPETER
Social Worker Meet;
Jems!
?HE CONSTANT STRESSES and conflicts of the
' tieth Century undoubtedly increased the prohle
mental health of our generation in all civilized
In Israel, to this overall factor, a special factor is i
uting: Israel is the land of the Ingathering of ExilesJ
the transition, socially and geographically, lays an
tional stress on the individual involved.
Some of the new immigrants arrived here aftc:
traumatic experience of the Nazi inferno, often singk
vIvors of large families entirely exterminated in
witz. Dachau or Maidanek. Others came from the i
of North Africa and the Middle East where the indivl
lived a closely circumscribed life as part of a large I
unit. Still others arrived straight from the Middle
of Arabia and Yemen.
Social workers are active in all new immigrants!
tlements to assist the adjustment of new conditions,
with the hundreds of thousands of strong and hale, an
also hundreds and thousands of sick and weak. .Hi
many of the newcomers had to be taken to eye elms'
cure them of trachoma, others to sanatoria to treat i
tuberculosis, many mentally ill who in the old court
somehow vegetated on the fringes of the community!
for the first time were given psychiatric care andj
hope of return to normal life.
One of the important institutions engaged in this j
tal rehabilitation is Kfar Shaui on the outskirts of.
lem. While there are many "open institutions" in
as well as abroad, where there are no bars and lodcl
ing the patients in, but trying to help them to a gra
adaptation to normalcy. Kfar Shaul is not an "institutl
in the normal physical sense. It is not one big buildin
a group of buildings. It is a village, with scores
arale individual houses, originally inhabited by
who fled during the Israel War of Liberation. Mon
not the entire village belongs to the institution The ho
on the eastern outskirts of the village, on the ikk
to Jerusalem, are inhabited by normal new imtnig
families. (If a man says in Jerusalem, he is from
Shaul. be may as well be a normal new Immigrant lij
in what is now practically a suburb of the city, or he I
be a patient of the institution.)
The milieu of a village enables the institution tol
ply "work therapy" in addition to the usual occupatij
therapy.
U.S. Policies in Middle East Anger French
A VISITOR TO Paris finds a good deal of admiration
^ among Frenchmen for Israel. At the same time, he
finds a strong anti American sentiment among the French
people. They still cannot forget that Secretary of Stale
John Foster Dulles took a pro Egyptian stand during the
Sinai campaign.
They also resent the present American policy in North
Africa which they consider injures France's interest
Over and over again I was asked by non-Jewish French-
men: "What did Mr. Dulles accomplish by forcing the Is-
raelis to withdraw from Sinai?. They asked this question
with sarcasm and bitterness, as people who would be as
happy to see the downfall of the Nasser regime in Karat
as the people of Israel. K
They made no secret that they hate Nasser because
cf his anti-French agitation in Tunis, Morocco and Algeria
And they all stressed that if Israel had not been forced by
the United States primarily to withdraw from Sinai, there
would have been no Nasser regime in Egypt today. Which
means that Moscow would have lost the foothold M '-"n
there under Nasser. .
Which also means that Miscow would not he todal
virtual control of Syria, as she is. Which in turn mfl
that Moscow could not have been in a position to stimuj
internal trouble in Jordan and extend there kU m"
as it has in Syria and Egypt. In the opinion of the'aver
Frenchmanand I talked to quite a number of IJJ
Israel is the most intelligent nation in the entire uq
And it is their deeply rooted feeling that if Is"''
been permitted to remain in Sinai, it would have bee
end of Soviet penetration of the Middle East.
Would
the entire democratic world have benefited by it
Jewish Frenchman asked. M ,
He chided me as an American, as if I wf.' J
blamed for Mr Dulles' policies. As to France
itself.
-------- ., ,.,,. VHH1I ifuiivivs. ** Krai
can only say that the French Government is today i- l
first friend among the nations. Talks with French oswj
in Paris leave no doubt of that.


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stale of Florida, lo-wlt:
t o, n RV k to I CM Plat
': ..k" : i-..g. n In th. County of
Daa. state of Florida, aj am-
b7od in Certificate No I0. The
.M.on- of aaid property under
the aaid certlfl. >t. aaned waa In
the name of Qenersl WWta.
EJS5r}g
issued waa in the name of UTS.
Mattie Fichelberga.
,-,,. said certificate!- *
STSJStfJW B;..-B ;:
,,f January, A.u t .,.,,
*V aj^THBRMANLCMJ1
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F.0EA.d2. ,5p"roS:?E No. 42205-A
'" "'kKNNrri.A VONDA
11,., .ased
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acti of 1941
File A-19540
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Nathaniel W, Blesel holder of County
Tax Saie certificate No. 2UO0 Issue i
the 2?th (lay of May. All. 1n:.2. haa
died aame in my office, and hat. made
application for a tax deed to he is-
sued thereon Skid Certificate em-
braces tin- following deacrlbed prop-
erty in the County of Hade, Stale ol
Florida, to-wit:
Ix.t 6 Hli.ck 1 Palomar Sub., Pint
Hook 7, I'age IS8 In the County "f
Hade, Slat, of Florida.
The aasetmnent f aali property
under the -aid certificate was In the
name of: Mae Onl.lmar.
I'nleea aaid certificate shall he re-
deemed according to law. the pr.
deacrlbed herein will be sold to the
. bidder at the Court Roum
door on the first Monday in the month
uai). !'". which is the ith nay
of January 195* _,_-
Dated thla t'h day ol Decemoer,
'" E B LBATHERMAN, Cli
i lade Count). E
, B) R. M. I...-I.. i. Deputy I I. rh
12 6-13- ^^_______
IN AND FOR DADE 'COUNTY,
FLOR.DA. IN PROBATE. No. 422WA
In RE: F.state of _
H1RKCH I.. KATZ
'NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All I'eisons Hav-
ing Claims or Hemunda Against .-M<1
Ton'ars hereby notitled and requhj.
,.,! l m an'y claims and denmnda
which you may have aa,ns. II.
,,,. ,,f nir.se i i.. hi i ri" '
I,' .I Hade County, Florida to the
gounv J-u'e-s ol 6ad. Coae* $*
,iu the sunie In their ofTtpea in no
Connty corthou,e in Hade County,
h.w"of^j!
Admlnlatratrla,
u-fltT WF.I.I.ISCH, Alt.i _
^4-17 congress BIOS-. Miami, Fla.
IS |.J-17, l I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N-OTICE W HEREBY Hl\ EN thai
the undesigned, desiring I.....ja*e In
l.u-.....aa under the fletfi oua name ol
AfTOMATlC ORASUE Jl I; K < "
up I'l. IRIDA Bl ..... N W '<' AV. -
n ,. Miami in.. W reKlate
name With th. CIciU ol .1- IrcUll
Court of D. [e^BEDALE
10-27. 1 '3.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the ....del sisn.d, desilill", t.. .IS ">
^^-iN'c'ir-rAHc''':;.^
COUrt Of Had- J-"^.,.^"JX>.
... ,.,,.,. SCHMELZER Pf*_ldent
87 lAKIANNK BCHMEI^HR
Be. retary- l roaauror
KURT WELL1SCH
.swraa na.
.'.. 12 8-13____________________
McDOLE,
NOTICE OF APPLJCAT.ON
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 40722 Aeta of 1941
File A.11M
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
\ ,in ... ei W. Siege holder "I i layJ>>
Mami V..U Tax S?., .VrtiflcHte No
lied th. Ith day of July. AJL-
,.,-,. baa lil'd -a""- ,n "' "'f,,p- """,
Mtoml Beach, Ctninty of oade.
|rnVSf).Juajf.5h8Wh?Cl,U
Vte-V-*rd-y of.......".-
K B LBATHEW^._Cferkrio
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(St.ii
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITI0US NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY c.lM.N
,. ,.. i......I desiring f. enga
"-' '"""v.VfakV. A.
\,:;,rm!i V^Karaei A. US.......
it la-ro-yT. i ______
RAMlR I-
NOTICE UNDER
sWSSfiTfSSt
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NOtJce' TO CREDITORS
" ,. B LBATHERMAN. C*w
^'v:'i;,.v::::;..',:'n:;->lc1:,k
gffi^^C^fSJSt of DadS
County, i'l.....J^ Tl:l,line. ,.-.
**" sole owner,
I BWNARD I. KM.isn
li IS-20-2"-' '_________________________

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PRIME GROUND FEE
MVI,r. HE1MAN KAPLAN
i,-, s
*0l M MorVa. \
PreeMeal
Whobto-^WUI
REAL ESTATE SAUSMAN
NEEDED. Good Commission.
S9C000 will return $10,000 per year.
Heritage Realty & Investment Co. 5
1048 Kane Concourse
, ih\
.......
OPtN
MONDAY
MININGS
Til
.Ml
100M.I.2ndAvorw
-DEDICATED TOTH*-'*"
10 000 ACRE RANCH
'"' ON A H.GHWM
at $100 aer Aera
rEFFCOTT REALTY
^INVESTMENTS
24W fir.Str.at
F0T Mtl$, HA.
IIMSON S44.1
Lowest Price. Q**f **~*
In South Florida
CaU the JEWISH FLORIDIAN at
FR4-4366
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