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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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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami. Florida. Friday, December 27, 1957
Price 2CX
nOGMSSim IMIRGIHG AS DECIDING FACTOR
Israel Cabinet is Shaky;
Gurion Still Fuming Over
Leftist Bolt on Bonn Bid
JTA-By Direct Teletype Wire
JERUSALEM-The political committee of Achdut Avcda decided Monday Jf^jllS!!! er
posals for a compromise solution of Premier Ben-G-lriotf. quarrel wtththc.WWj^odjW IMP 0V
Z rl.hlir.tion of a cabinet decision to send "a leading personality- to West Germany to negotiate wiw
rv muel Belkin, Vice President Richard M. Nixon and Leo
LSn meet at special convocation ot Yeshiya University
SN'e^Ycrt. which^onferred honorary doctor of laws degree
Ji^n; second ranking executive. Dr. Belkin will be
Sc^ SP^^ at Sunday "niaht-s Charter Day Award din- |
P ^iniVE WoUson at Fontainebleau hotel, sponsored by i
SSa chapL ofY^shiva Umversity. of which Robinson is
charman.
Yeshiva A ward Going
To Financier Wolfson
second annual function sponsored by the Flonda cnap
university.
Cocktails at 6:30 p.m. will pre*
cede the dinner at 7 p.m. at
emier Ben-G'irion's quarrel with the leftwin* Socialist group over
posais lor a compromise suiui.vu .emiir diii u iuuii h o--., t, npontiate with
its publication of a cabinet decision to send "a leading personality- to West Germany to negotiate Wltn
the security o. the state, and therefore would accept no "punishment as suggested
As of Monday the ball was *----------
back in Mr. BenGurion's hinds. I
It was understood that he agreed :
to a 48-hour postponement of a
decision Sunday only because of I
urgent appeals from the Pro-
gressive party, whicn hoped
either to work out a compromise
between the Mapai and the left-
ists or to convince the General
Zionist party to enter the coali-
tion in place of Achdut Avoda
and the Mapam.
Religious Leader Urges Noted
Atomic Scientists be Reinstated
NEW YORK An urgent ap
peal to reinstate two of the na-
tion's leading scientists. Robert J.
Oppenheimer and Dr. Edward Con-
don, as a positive step in assisting
me mapam. i [aggjng U.S. scientific programs
A progressive parly spokesman !., urged here Monday by a top
revealed Monday lh.1 Premier, rel'S'"> '^ N Etfendr.th.
Fontainbleau hotel. Leo Robinson
chairman of the chapter, and Jac*
A. Cantor, dinner chairman, re-
ported doiens of dignitaries in.
public and private life already
have made reservations, toetadto*
Rep. Dante B. Fascell and County
Commissioners Faris Cowart and
Charles F. HalL
Elected in 154 to the "igheit
office in Maryland for the third
straight form by the highest ma-
jority ever given eny I1!**'.1'
for governor. Gov. McK.ld.n had
previously served for five year*
as mayor of the city of Balti-
more. In that pott, ho was re-
sponsible fee many significant
governmental reforms and im-
provements.
One of the outstand-ng leader*
of the liberal wing of the Republi-
can party, he placed Gen. Dwight
Continued on Page A
Seeks Change
In Reparation
end the current
es designed to
crisis. They are:
The cabinet should denounce
__*:- o Q VII*.
assisting in the development of
atomic advancement The noted
rabbinical leader spoke before
BONN -- Stormy protests
Were voiced here this week by
... raDDinicai .ciuc. *r----- -..;;
- ix ~~~ ,nf*i gathering of 600 lay and rabbinic
the Achdut Avoda action as a trio- e>t {he 15th anniversary din-
lation of national security, i f ,he New Vork Federation of
. The cabinet should sponsor a m SvnagogUes at the Waldorf-
constitutional amendment S^J"* i As,0ria here.
[the Premier the right to demand Federatl0n 1S 0ne of the 17
resignation of any mincer found J centers of ,he par-*
|..bv a qualified major > of the "f. ., of Ameriean Reform Juda-1
DR. ROBMT OPPHHK.HM
. positive step
regional serv----------- -__- .
ent bodv of American Reform Juda-
ism the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations, which represents |
Ullllim "->---------. .. .
eainnel lo have dlvul.ed cabme,
S^ 3^3o^ i=?si= M
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End AH Dealings,
Red Berlin Says
JTA-By Direct Teletype Wire
BERLIN The East German
The cabinet memo*-' -
MeSer Ktt Scl-ller o me,
nensation law / imm.
Compensation payment, to Jews
would total 29 billion m.rkj_(Ap-
proximately $7 billion, by 1961.
Dr. Schaeffer charged that
-foreign attorneys" .Ion. would
OD,;: nearly 500.000.000 m
Continued on ?.ge 2A
"The time has "me," stated f^ foreign trade was re-
Dr. Eisendr.th, "to rect.fy the Monday t0 have issued m
damage which resulted from the P rl.linns lasl month to all sub
hysterics of McC.rthyism. 1
Meanwhile, political "'"
her. believed that Mr. Ben-
Gurion has become less eager to
oust the IfWth from th. gov.rn-
men. in the fee. of the Progr-
siv.s< reluctance to enter the
cabinet based on a *"'
m.iority. The General Z.on.sts
in opposition .PPa-ntly have
Continued on Page 9A
have matured since those days
of sickly panic. W.
amine the process of distrust
which led our government to
brand loyal and distinguished c.t-
i,.ns with th. label '"*
'risk- on the basis of flimsy .v.-
dene, and unreasonable sospi-
cion.
Itructic ; last month to all sub-
S to end any dealings they
mieht have with Israeli firms.
"Scoring o reliable source ,
the circular ordered: Al contei
enCes with Israeli businessmen
concerning trade with Israel be
terminated.
All state trade agencies MR
g0 from East Germany t0 Israel^
i from hasi nci i"".- .
ion." I pJN finished product shipped to
SpeaUm, on O. ^ jSj ^1^^^
Continued on Pag. 2A
obtain nearly H^ Continu.d on Pag. A______----------__
fte Coo/ to tt* --asMs -SSs
C0. TMOOOtf %1cl"
. eefrve ceapelM
p-i r-.r^tcnt eM...c
appoint a co p .. sludy
EaSt !CaT, lues and to make
sS~r avs
1,r,.Mll,, .nd.ca.ed ^
s'sr-'tss .he
posal would "a, ti|U moment be
Jruden. -<' p;1 v ,' ( vanced by
Cnfi\ T >re,ident following
P0'*, ,0 E visit to Middle East
1he frrm la Sodstudy mission.
C0Unl"chree oTcommunications
The exchange oi presl.
rr^ro-was made pub-
lie this week.
,n his report to th. President.
N-w York Democrat advo
rh.ne our donwtn.ng policy
danger arises.
Aeriing that -the United Na-
Eisenhower that inc. h
hi< statement is in the very fact
Continued on Pag. 8 A
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> Jewish ntrkMan
Friday, December 27
1957
Urge Reinstatement
Of Noted Scientists
Continued from Paoe IA
celebration of Char.uks. Rabbi
Ki-endrath noted the lark of the
MtJ >n"> nwn -p.ntuality in inter-
BattOl relationships and Ma ai
- exclusive domestic preoccu-
Pd'i'jr a .in creature comfort- such
a- cote u-levision. new automobile
modtS i-very year, and the latest
kttdMB aids
'One reason that the Russians
have beaten us in a technological
project a field in which we have
aluay. claimed superior know-how
and ability is that as a nation we
have been too material..ic. sta.
ed the rabbi.
Aliens to Report
Addresses to U.S.
District director Joseph Savoret
ti. ol the Immigration and Natural-
ization Service, estimated th.< week
that approximately 83.000 aliens
will report their address under the
Federal Alien Address Report
gram.
The Immigration official said
that 71.508 alien- reported their
address during January Y Savoretti said mat all norvciti-
iens, except those in diplomatic
status, foreign representatives
ef certain international organiza-
tions and those admitted tempo-
rarily as agricultural laborers.
are required to file the address
report.
He added that any alien who wil-
fully violates the mMmmi report re-
quirement may te i.nect up io MOO.
impriaoaed for 30 days, and deport
ed. In addition aliens who are not
in the I'nited States during Janu-
ary must report their address to
the Service within ten days after
therr return.
"We shevle a* at leas* m con-
cerned with the mission to man-
kind as we are with a missile ta
the moon," ha said.
In pointing out one of the rta-
pnncipai mistakes. Dr. Eas-
- noted that "our moat for-
mijabl? foe is our own failure to
befan t-.e masses of men tike
we are for" rather than
n.ere.y ihose we are against "
hao^. K.xnjrath said that, be-
ing an advertising conscious na-
jon, "we merely billboard our de-
nocracy inn tali to pro*e our de-
tracj .- rdMJaai ah the rest of
ind "
D* E.^endrath added that "sit-
.n oor pews deploring the
spread of Communism while, at the
jine time, we ignore the dynamic
concern and moral mandates of our
prophets and our God reveals our
moral humbug and religious hy-
pOCI.i)
the rabbi urged a great '
*i religion in the na- f
two s daily Lie
does make a difference."
voted the rabot. -Despite all the
pracBatisai of America with its
earth-rooted cocftdeoce in things,
machines, technologies, tools,
bombs, and gold therewith to buy
or blast its a> in the world and
despite the mechanistic Marxism
nl Europe with its smug reliance
upon economic determinism, faith
ia truth make a differed
At the same time Dr. Eisen-
dratn pointed towards raual in-
tolerance as a peace block.
' We must exert greater effort
in seeking racial harmony on the
domest.c aajM or bear the brunt
ontinued criticism not or.ly
lrom our adversaries but also
lrom the nations of the world who
look towards us as an example of
the democratic way of life." said
the rabbi.
German Official Seeks Change in Restitution Laws
Catwin*d from ee 1 A
fees, representing 20 percent of
moir clients' claims. He urged
the Bonn Parliament ta admit its
"fallacy" m pladaiwa net fa
change the compensation law. He
suggested Vte limitation of aey-
motvts ta any individual of 9,000
marks a year.
- Ir II G van Dam. head of the
Council of Jews in Germany, called
Dr Schaeffer < figures non-ob-
jective." noting that previous es-
timates of the total MMaaWMOM
,bill have varied between six and 16
i billion deulsrhemarks but had nev-
er been computed at 29 billions
Actual payments thus far. he point-
ed out. hare not exceeded three
t billion marks
Two hociai.s' deputies. Karl
| Mommer and Walter Manas, said
Dr Schaeffer'* remarks were
I made at the wrong time and at t*"e
.wrong place They said be should
have expressed his opinion in offi
cial circles rather tnan at puouc
meeting They charged the re-
marks were liable to reawaken
anti-Semitic feelings in Germany
Dr. van Dam. in taking issue
with the German Minister, said
that far from being threatened by
devaluation as a result ol nimn
sation claims. German currency
had gained in sirengin duruig um
very period that compensation has
been in effect He stressed the
fact that Dr Schaeffer had limited
his discussion to compensation for
Jews and failed to discuss the fi-
nancial burdens imposed by meet-
ing other obligations accruing from
the Hitler period.
The Jewish leader also hit at the
Justice Minister's estimates of at-
torney's fees as "over-calculation."
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Halt Urged to Drives During CJA
a\ Rfiinhard Woltie Cohen and lack Satin get together
^tres^Tenth Anniversary dinner of Greater Miami
KwTSxdemvscheduled for Ian. 26 at Fon.ainebleau
hot Two auTxYpenses-paid trips to Israel will be presented
Bond Drive Ends With
Near Million for 1957
fOK NCTMM1 MPOtT Of HUB UU. $" '
toto, .h. W '""' HSEmn"dJ:8-.^rtiw, in .304 Urn-
SSTil'Sif.^* -- *-*-
fleeing persecution into the free new land.
These figures were disclosed Sat-
*__ (L. fim 1TT.
Several hundred Jewish organi-
zations in Dade county have been
requested to refrain from engaging
in fund-raising which might con-
lint with the conduct of the up-
coining 1958 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal.
A communication from Dr. Mor-
ns (ioudman. Combined Jewish Ap-
peal campaign chairman, and
Aaron M. Kanner. president of the
I Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
urged "a spirit of cooperation" on
the oart of all Jewish groups, syn-
agogues and organizations.
"Gretter Miami has learned
that harmonious planning in a
united community effort can best I
serve the many local, national,
and overseas agencies and Israel
the beneficiaries of CJA," the
letter states.
'We respectfully urge your or-
ganization to recognize the para-
J mount importance of the 1958 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal in the months
1 of January through March, and to
refrain from engaging in conflict-
ing fund-raising and other major
programs during the CJA cam-
paign."
Clubs and organizations were
also cautioned to clear all activi-
ties with the Federation calendar
before proceeding, to prevent need-
less conflict and confusion.
urday evening for the first time
by Jacob Shtr. chairman of the
State of Israel Bond committee, at
the first annual Sponsors of Israel
Ball held at the Americana hotel.
Sher, in his talk at the ball,
which was arhmded by top aval
leader* a* fha community, was
confidant that 'Wore 1*7 ends
me Graatar Miami community
will reach tha MIMM Housin*
Bond flaal."
Last year's
paign in this
Israel Bond cam-
city resulted in an
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over-all total of $926,000 Alt hough
this years figure exceeds.that.of ^^
1956. according to Sher Isr,e'*| jk i
needs have also mcreased and we \ ^
must do proportionately better to
meet the demands of a burgeoning
mass of immigrants."
Elsa Maxwell, reigning queen of
nartv-eivers. acted as hostess at
ST black-tie affair, to which ad-
n^ssion was r^ the purchase >f a
gstfg ".AS
Women-s Division Anna
Brenner Meyers, chairman.
Sh.r mad. a ejerfel ?""*"
,ion to Gideon S.BuV. Can-
Tin New York, of a scroll wrth
th. name, of Sponsor., Guards
an,, and Trustees of Israel who
w.r. present at the ball.
On the program also were Jose
Greco and tus entire troupe, come
dian Jack Carter, Chana Eden,
glamorous Israeli movie star who
was Miss Maxwell's special guest,
and a multi-million dollar fashion
show of diamonds by Balogh's of
Coral Gables and Miami Beach,
and furs by Dein-Bacher of the
Waldorf.
In charge of arrangements com-
..littee were co-chairmen Mrs.
Jack A. Ablin and Mrs. Robert Z.
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in -Architectural South. along
with their design for the TauEpsi-1
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University of Miami.
Almost all of the furniture in the ,
$150,000 structure is built-in The
exterior and interior are rich with
naive woods finished in a natural
state and blended with stucco,
aluminum and glass." the maga-
zine says.
General contractor for the proj-|
ect is Jack Mintzer. alumnus of,I
hoth the fraternity and the OMver-
Sv if M'ami. He is also builder
of ,he beautiful. $10 mi lion.300-,
room Beau Riv.ge hotel-motel in,
Bal Harbour.
In addition. Mintzer is building
,11 the homes on Parkview Island
The Glassers have also been cited
in architectural circles for their
design of the Parkview Island
homes. __________
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Opens Vacation Activities
Flagler-Granada Jewish Com-1
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Monday and will run through
J ^Camping hours are every after,
l!noonfromlto5pm..Pau.G.Ros
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THI GREATEST di.
1 the present Admin?H
did the American j2*,,
willful *rpu.?io?yi3
presion. "egghead in ,
of orgiastic self denial, l^ '.
ministration twice led th. ,
down the rosy road 0&
y. I Ml forgive it "m*J-
truth, outright untruth or mercenary display of ignorance in the
df foreign policy; but I can not-will not-excuse its <|,.|,|KrV""1*
ploitation of a people's unreasonable suspicion of Intelligence "' *
The word, itself, is a monster, which today seeks to devou
To be an "egghead" is not only to be an intellect; it )s also pawl "''
be addle hrained-therefore empty-headed, muddled, or confused Th''
an eggheud is a fool to be mocked, a person separated from'the r
lies of modern existence. ei*
A-_ lies of miKlern existence. **
Modern State Needs Modern Design ^vssssi^fftSTSss^xrs^Si
ir., nfCnPtriln m>.( lnwTll V tll.'ifMlt I! nf1a*r -ll'lll'li Oil BaaaaaamJ II_ ..
Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion's cabinet
was twice placed into jeopardy in as many
weeks by history pure and simple.
Perhaps the most startlinq challenge to his
coalition came last week when th* Achdut
Avoda Party criticized Ben-Gurion's decision
to haggle with West Germany over the pos-
sibility of establishing formal diplomatic rela-
tions between the two countries.
The other challenge resulted horn the
Prime Minister's sharp reaction to the rabbin-
ate s recent handling of the burial of an uncir-
cumcised youth.
However strange it may appear on the sur-
face, both issues have undisputed international
ramifications.
In tht case of diplomatic relations with
West Germany, the problem is more apparent.
An ambassador to Bonn might mean the kind
of intergovernmental cooperation which many
Israelis are not at this time prepared to accept.
Military liaison is here a case in point.
Such liaison would offend the Soviet Union
at the outset. While neutralism is not a major
threat to Israels alert public opinion today,
there is a ready awareness of the Soviet role
in the Middle East even among the most ag-
gressively pro-Western Israelis.
Add to this awareness the general disin-
clination on the part of some liberals and per-
haps all politically left-oriented circles like
Achdut Avoda either to criticize the Soviet
Union or to invite Soviet disapproval, and one
can draw a fairly clear picture of the sharp re-
action to the Ben-Gurion decision.
In the case of the rabbinate and the earlier
cabinet crisis, the Prime Minister was being told
in no uncertain terms that the rabbinate does
not intend to give up its powers over marriage,
divorce, and death certificates.
Diplomacy Based on Spite
On both scores, Ben-Gurion was dealing
with history. The Achdut Avoda resentment,
based on obvious political considerations, is
now being colored to indicate mass Israeli dis-
approval ot possible diplomatic relations with
Germany because of the symbohc significance
Germany holds for Jews the world over.
The rabbinate's unyielding position with
respect to the uncircumcized youth stemmed
from what it deduces to be rabbinic secular
powers rooted in ancient Jewish tradition.
So far as Germany is concerned, we have
The Pattern Set for 1958
Once again, the United Jewish Appeal is
cc'.'..ng upon the community to come forward
with SI CO million in excess of the regular goal
for 1958.
This is the second year running that UJA
has appraised Israel's needs to be critical
enough to require such staggering financial as-
sistance from U.S. Jewry.
We don't presume to know how realistic
the new SI00 million Emergency Fund goal is.
The same goal in 1957 brought forth $30 mil-
lion, according to figures revealed at the United
Jewish Appeal conference in New York City
some two weeks ago.
But even if it is fcrr in excess of what the
American Jewish community can raise over
and above the $102,031,000 which will have to
be achieved for its regular 1958 commitment,
the UJA appraisal of Israel's emergent need
sets into proper perspective the work ahead of
all of us.
Greater Miami did its fair share in 1957.
Figures recently announced by the Combined
Jewish Appeal show a record-shattering S2.-
100,000 in the last campaign for Jewish needs
here and around the world.
But what was fair before will be less than
that tomorrow. The tone of the up-coming cam-
paign is already set. Miami can be relied
upon to do its part.
over the years expressed our concern that a
nation so recently defeated by the world's
democratic forces should today assume the No.
1 political and economic position on the Euro-
pean continent.
This reservation has developed lecs from
a sense of "to the victor belong the spoils" than
from a genuine fear of the German gift for war-
making at the drop of a hat. In this regard, we
have time and again commented on Ger-
many's increasing propensity for forgetfulness:
her role in World War II; her slaughter of six
million defenseless Jewish men. women and
children in the name of Nazi race supremacy.
This dare not however mean that Israel
should isolate herself from friendship with Ger-
many. For Israeli survival in a hostile Middle
East surrounding her is based, among other
things, on cunning the kind of cunning that
would of necessity preclude such diplomatic
reasoning as juvenile.

They Must Look Forward
By the same token, a young republic like
Israel can not afford to haggle so vociferously
over the rabbinate's role in secular government.
For the Israeli claim to a place among the free
nations is derived principally from her scrupu-
lous adherence to the principles of democracy.
The history of the West's free society is a
history of the triumph of secular rule over
church design. This may have little relation to
Israel's contemporary problem from an internal
point of fview, for Israel's religious needs are
rooted in her age-long traditions source of
her people's survival in a hostile world.
But this problem, which nearly tipped the
Ben-Gurion coalition two weeks ago, reminds
Western governments of an era in their own
past, makes them suspicious of a people strug-
gling over "church-state "issues, and puts ques-
tions in their minds as to Israel's claim that she
is the most modern nation in the Middle East.
If Israel is to move forward, this claim must
be a reality unplagued by a people's looking'
backwardby a childish fascination with fears
rooted in the history of the Jewish exile.
UeJeA B I9S8
l^SS^sss
in-ufferable mediocrity; piacea under active surveillance those h>
refused to succumb to the leveling process; and defeated the oddml
imn in a grandstand play burnished with the rouge of "Americamsnr
by Madison ave. experts.
I disapprove of it in the hands of these expertsjust as I cried out
against it in the bungling fingers of guitar-strumming Vice Pres
dential candidate Glenn Taylor back in 1948. To encourage mass
norance as the common denominator of "us simple folk" and a'?
genuine nlternative to stimulation of cultural achievement is to is/
the road to dictatorshipand destruction. '
"
THIY COMf UP WITH IHt WKONG ANSWU AGAIN
Twin Goals tor Amoricu* Jewry
LWHAT I FAIL to understand is this fundamental paradox: We hot
** the eggheads out of Washington because, in the erstwhile words
of Administration leaders, nothing can destroy a nation more quicklr
than thinkers. Yet, we all of us work for the future education of Z
children- unashamedly participate in absurd insurance company pro-
motion plans for their college education; proudly boast of their first
halting scholastic successes.
How do we rationalize these intellectual and professional aspira-
tions in the face of our fear and suspicion of intelligence? Are we
so cynical about politics and the world of the politician that we actively
condemn any attempted invasion here by men of knowledge and wis-
dom?
Whatever the answers to these questions, one thing is obvious'
The Administration that set this nation into an hysterical uproar of
laughter at the prospect of "eggheadism" today warns the very same
nation of the dearth of eggheads among us. What first frightened our
government, of course, was Sputnik. Suddenly, the egghead became
equated with the scientistthat cool, calculating intellect far-removed
from the egghead it once portrayed as addle-brained and confused.
I am inclined to believe that the Administration's agonizing re-
appraisal of the egghead front misses the markas usual. It seems
that intelligence is a quality with which Capitol Hill simply can
not deal.
< : aft aft I
rm coauor or mfom in AAiins7tAnoff atwiw
\AJHEN TH! ANTI-OEFAMATrON League of B'aai Brith held ill
National Commission meeting here several weeks age, Maxwell
Rabb, secretary of President Eisenhower's cabinet, briefly addressed
a Saturdjy night session. Bringing greetings from the President, be
declared that we are neither behind Russia in the technology-arms
race, nor have the Russians beaten us. "They are," he blithely de-
clared, "merely stimulating us."
This bit of vaudeville style comic relief reminded me of a mili
fary definition offered by Henry Morgan during the dark days of
Guadalcanal: "Retreat is a strategic advance to the rear." Henry
Morgan is a comedian whose antics are designed to amuse; it is the
misfortune of many too crude to understand him that most often they
do not.
The Administration is not a comedian; nor are its personnel.
Nevertheless, their pronouncements too frequently amuse us; it is the
misfortune of all of uscrude or otherwisethat they do.
Whatever the past held for us. Rabb added, must be forgotten.
To recriminate is to waste time. One should, of course, agree nh
.urn. Placing blame ought not become our alternative to correcting
error. But neither dare the Administration continue to believe that
it can presume upon the credulity of the American people as before
-that it can substitute double-Ulk for intelligence and be applauded
for the deception.
If Mr Rabb was. indeed, a spokesman for the Administration.
men I am rlad he sounded a warning against recrimination; for his
warning at least implies tardy yet noetheless welcome recognition
ot past mistakes. But the vaudeville bit about the Russians destroyed
he illusion that Washington is anymore sold on intelligence today
than it was in the pre-Sputnik world.
THI IHACCMATl SIC0ND LOOK AT ICCHtADS
pEAR OF SPUTNIK is an unfortunate motivating force for a sec-
>nd look at our educational and social values. Inevitably, a sec-
22 l(fk Ihl'-e circumstances must yield a distorted view
indeed it has.
If. according to Mr Rabb. Aa are being stimulated by Russia and
ner sputnik, the stimulation seems to be leading us to nothing less
nan another distortion. Scienee is. of course, "suddenly" coming
into us just position of preeminence The academic world, necessary
wr our defense is "suddenly" *o longer a world populated by egg-
neaas and therefore one to suspect or to mock out of fear; contrar.lv.
it is filled with heroes-potential saviors of the nation.
"Suddenly." however, hardly tells the tale. The technological
hut. *!ern,cs long been the wellspring of both science and
moustry That the Administration blesses it with the grace of "Sud-
an recognition, makes this no less accurate an appraisal of fact
n?rrmTWrt r*co*n,,'on merely seeks a richer wellspring filled with
more physicists and engineers.
>. J2%S. immpd'e intellectual needs of the nation are presented
i ,cKm1plr,cly s<-'entific with no attention given to Ike humanistic.
L. nh .'nacCur*r> PPraunl. the egghead hero is all bone.a*
mi.V I ,mm requirement for scientists, predicated n
military consideration alone, becomes symbolic of this distorted vie*
"f intelligence, which the Administration seeks to substitute I
earlier Iwycott aga.nst eggheads in toto.
rm BU' W',hoUt """ hum"'tie. and their proponents among u. *
remain as naked helm l{u>...n onslaught as without the newb '>-
.sand scientist.


Friday. December2^1857^
+Jmisti Meridian
He Escaped from Buchenwald But
Kevcr Forgot the Song in His Heart
5-A
man K. l ta-
li cantor oj T.-nip'e Jude
ie, .t the Temple, 32C
, lVe., Coral Gables, Sun
ilng.
,. Sam I. Silver has beer
general chairman of the in
n reception.
Temple president Al Rovin this
v ..C', auirmed the arrival here of
.i.urite J. -i o.'..i. paruual
0| Tremoit Temple, .Me*
[..', to leliver the in-tnlhtion ad
and administer the charge.
Cantor Gottlieb was born in
Latvia, where as a boy he
,l0lst in the choirs of such
- antors as Rabinowitz, Yad-
\ and Rogovsky. After many
u s (,i musical training, he was
ated from the State Conserv-
, ,rj ; Music at Riga.
He was well received at con-
cert and opora performances all
ever Europe. Cantor Gottlieb
came to America in 1946, end to-
aether with his brother and sis-
ter was the subject of a world-
wide news story, after effecting
IAMI MAUIICf BLOOM
* sensational escape from the
dread Buchenwald Gas Chamber
Concentration Camp, whore he
sang for thousands of displaced
persons, helping them momon-
terily to forgot their cares.
A graduate of the Hebrew Union
College School of Sacred Music and
Fducation, he has appeared as
puest soloist at many conferences
ol UJA. Hadassah. and Histadrut.
The cantor is an outstanding in-
erpretcr of Hebrew and Jewish
ongl and singa in nine lang-
ages.
lir 's ,i charter member of the
.merienn Conference of Certified
antors. the Cantors Assembly of
merica. National Assn. of Temple
'ducators, and the Hebrew Union
'ollege Cantors Alumni As-n.
The cantor was married to .loan
'ciss on June 27. 1954. They are
he parents of Stephen Howard.
Dr. Bloom was born in Minsk,
lussia. He was brought to this
ountry at an early age and was ed-
icated at the public and high
chools of New Castle, Pa.
After attending the University
of Pittsburgh only three years,
he was awarded the degree of
Bachelor of Arts, cum laude, in
1923. The same year he was at-
tracted to the newly-organized
Jewish Institute of Religion by
its founder. Dr. Stephen S. Wise.
Rabbi Bloom enrolled.
After serving for several holiday
oeriods as acting rabbi in Newnort
News, Va., and while still a student
at the Institute, Rabbi Bloom was
sent by Dr. Wise to fill the pulpit
of Temple Beth Jacob in New-
burgh, N.Y.
Rabbi Bloom is a former presi-
dent of the Jewish Institute of Re-
ligion Alumni Assn. He was a
member of the board of trustees ol
thai institution. He was a member
of the executive board of the Cen-
tral Cjnf.'rence of American Rab-
bis. He was a delegate to the 1939
World Zionist CongrCU at Geneva,
Switzerland, held just before the
outbreak of World War II. He has
also sened on the hoard of the Jew-
ish National Fund and the Pales-
tine Foundation Fund. He has
written articles in many period-
icals and was a contributor to both
the Encyclopedia of Jewish Know-
ledge and the Universal Jewish En-
cyclopedia.
Greetings at the Sunday affair
will bo extended by Rovin in be-
half of Temple Judea, and by
Mrs. Ben Kaxan, president of the
Sisterhood, and Philip Heckor-
ling, Men's Club presidont.
Sisterhood Meets Tuesday
Sisterhood of Miami Hebrew
Congregation will hold its regular
meeting in the social hall of the
synagogue Tuesday, 1 p.m., ac-
cruing to Mrs. Abraham Bar-
on, president. Rabbi Simon April,
spiritual leader of the congregation
will speak on 'Chanuka All Year
AOUbu. cantor OOJVu) ivelc.w
will otter a program of vocal ren-
ditions.
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l Photo Clinic Here
The Miami Press Photographers
Assn. has scheduled its fourth an
nual photo clinic in Bayfront aud
itorium on Jan. 10, 11 and 12. I
will be open daily from 2 to 10 p.m
Highlight of the three-day eveni
will be the selection of "Miss Mi
ami Press Photographer." This
!>eauty contest will be conducted
at 9 p.m. on each of the three
evenings, with the final competi
jnd selection of the queen
scheduled lor the last night.
In addition to many other val-
uable prizes, the winner will re-
ceive an all-expense-paid trip to
the National Press Photograph-
ers convention in Minneapolis,
Minn.
While there, she will compete for
the national beauty title which will
carrj additional prizes and world-
wide publicity.
The contest is open to unmarried
Florida girls between the ages ol
18 and 25. Those interested in en-
tering should write the association,
P.O. Box 3595, Miami.
in addition to renditions by Cantor
Gottlieb, will be offered by Cantors
Jacob Bornstein, Temple Israel of
Rabbi Morris Skop will be heard Greater Miami and David Con-
in welcoming remarks, to be fol
lowed by Rabbi Herbert Baiim-
gard. who will speak in behalf of
the South Florida Council of the
Union of American Hebrew Con-
gregations.
Musical portion of the program.
viser, Temple Beth Sholom.
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Friday. December 27. 19S7
Joint Seeks $28 Million Plus from U.S. Jewry for Overseas
NEW YORK-(JTA)-A budget
of $28,591,000 for operations dur-
ing 1958 was voted here lit week
at the 43rd annual meeting >f the
Joint Distribution Committee The
new budget called for a 12 00 I
increase over 1957 expenditure.-.
The new fiscal program incl
a $1,000,000 appropriation for
"emergency aid to refugee* The
largest single item was for $12.
000.000 to be spent on JDC's Mai-
ben welfare and medical p
in Israel.
The JDC meeting reetected Ed
ward M. M. Warburg, chairman,
Moses A. Leavitt. executive vice
chairman, and Charles II. Jordan.
director general. It adopted a
olution pledging "continued and
dedicated support" to the United
Jewish Appeal and urging the
American Jewish community to
"bend its every effort to meet the
needs now existing and which will
inevitably arise."
fashion we are indicating that wc
prepared to permit thousands
of refugees to rafter ot to (Be every
sear."
Jordan toM the meeting that
"in all the world there arc i ime
200,000 Jews m greatly in need
I it the) must have the aid of the
.loint Distribution Committee in
He predicted that in add}
km to 10.000 Jewish repatriates in
Poland now. who are to receive
iIn aid in 1958. the coming year
M hdween 15.000 and 20,000
pore Jewt repatriated from the
Union to Poland.
Jordan said that it was ques-
tionable how many of tht 10,000
who had returned would resume
their lives permanently in Po-
land. "Many surely, will move on
to other places," he predicted.
"But now, as they return, they
find a country whose economy
is unable to absorb them even
temporarily. Housing has been
supplied to them but it is far
from adecuate."
Than are few jobs and In spite
of what the government is doing,
approximately 50 percent of the
repatriates are unemployed. In
additi n to the many areas of need
not being met, in many cases they
lace as well, the familiar well-re-
membered hostility of their neigh
Imr-.
"The Immediate needs to be
dealt with by the JDC," Mr. Jor-
dan continued "will necei itate the
establishment of feeding programs
in the schools; da) nui Maries for
eh Idrcn t<> permit mothers to np
plement family incomes by w irk
ing; the distribution of household
supplies to families lacking even
1 l I entials for hygiene, sain
tation and comfort; the granting of
loans t i artiaam and the estab
lishmenl of small cooperatives in
idd lion, the repatriates will look
to JDC for the support of religious
and (id oral activities which they
have long lacked.
' JDC bus agreed to onducl this
pro ram al the request of the Po-
lish authorities and with the full
Knowledge of the United states
Gov< rnment," Jordan pointed out
Kir the moment, no provision la
ii le for assistance la the other
10,000 Jewi living in Poland, many
t whom may also Ik- in need '
Red Threats of Missile Reprisal Alert Israelis
George L. Warren, State De-
partment adviser en refugees
and displaced persons, told the
conference thet "we must face
up to the realisations that for the
foreseeable future we will always
have refugees in one part of the
world or another."
He warned that "we must plan
By ELIAHU SALPETER
JERUSALEM (JTA) "This
time there will
1Mb time the missiles will fly:
straight away."
The reference was, of course, to
Bevlel missiles. The target men-
tioned was Israel, and the authors
of the statement were leaders of
the Egyptian military junta in
talks with several diplomats sta-
tioned in Cairo. Strangelyor per-
haps not so strangely similar
opinion was voiced privately by in-
word "aggression" very freely to
describe any act or activity by any
country intended to counter the
be no warnings. a,ms of ^j^ po|icy
and budget for refugee emergen j formed Communists in Israel,
cies, and for refugee normalcies | "Ths time" referred to "new
We must lay out plans both w.ih |srad aggression." What made this
rn.*~.i ... .___ j warning so ominous was that sim-
respect to organization and with p)e ^ mean entlre,y dUfmni
respect to providing mesns of M-Jthtngs in Moscow than everywhere
sistance based on these as sump else. The Moscow radio and the
tions. If we do not plan in this Soviet press, for example, use the
gaW IsBSSk^
Accent is on stately c
X-ray o be) ui >hi
serculosis ,
nsiHnv All.mail sale is
men lii\
up io chl
sole source of Dade's TB Assn. pro-
Those who *f resposibht for
Israel's foreign and security pol-
icy could not but attach grave
meaning to those Egyptian-Com-
munist warnings. They even
realixe that it is not so important
whether Moscow will really send
off "right away" some ballistic
missiles to Mt Tel Aviv or Haifa.
More important is the fact that
the Egyptians and Syrians are
convinced that Moscow will do
that, end that the Israelis, under
the present circumstances, can-
not be absolutely certain that
Moscow will not.
As a result of this the Egyptians
and the Syrians may well believe
that they can start large-scale anti
Israel provocations with impunity,
and in such a case. Israel may well
face a situation where she must
hoo.se between passive toleration
f Arab aggression and the risk of
Soviet intervention.
The spectre of this stark alter-
native is believed to be the under-
lying motive of most of the hectic
diplomatic activity conducted by
Israeli representatives in various
Western capitals.
In the past few months, Israel
"ias concentrated on inducing the
Western powers to make it clear to
the Russians that the West would
not stand by idly if the Soviets initi-
ated or supported an attack by her
Arab satellites on Israel. Israel
had reason to believe that some
wen indication was made to Mos-
cow, but it was not quite clear
whether it was made in terms so
clear as to make misunderstanding
impossible. Israel diplomacy work-
ed Jor improved clarity of Weal
howntr, made general warning*
bv the West insufficient protec-
tion for Israel. Now there was a
danger, that in any border inci-
dent provoked by Moscow's Arab
satellites, the other side might
think that a "bliti" attack could
be perpetrated on Israel in 24 to
48 hours. In such a case, the
enemy might hope that if "the
job is completed" before the
West reacts, the West may de-
cide not to react at all rather
than get involved in a major
conflict.
All this implies for Israel the
necessity of establishing some
framework which would guarantee
immediatepractically automatic
Western reaction to any Soviet-
Arab aggression in the Middle
East. And even more important
the existence of such a framework
should make it unmistakably clear
to Cairo. Damascus and Moscow
that "completing the job" quickly
would not protect them from v>< i
cm retaliation.
In this connection, the Israel
SAN FRANCISCO (JTA)
Gerald L. K. Smith the West's fore-
most anti-Semite, and his Chris-
tian Nationalist Party, lost their
fight in the Stale Supreme Court to
appear on the California ballot.
The hgh court handed down a de-
Pgoas has published stories about
UVaol's alleged attempt to be ac-
cepted into, or at least linked with.
NATO. These stories, however,
were far fetched.
What actually happenedand is
still happening is that Israel
seek- to coordinate her own seem
ity interests with the overall West-
ern search for security. The Sput
niks, on one hand, and the Soviet
penetration of the Middle East on
the other, brought about Western
reappraisal of its security prob-
lems. While the tightening of tics
among the NATO countries is a
more immediate and more pro-
nounced result of this reappraisal,
the emerging conclusions seem to
be mare far-reaching in general,
and more important for Israel in
particular.
The basic conclusion seems to
be that wh.le in the pre Sputnik
period the Western defenses
could effectively be based on re-
fionel defense organizations, now
In the ere of intercontinental
missiles Western de'enses must
be organized on a glsbal basis.
This has a major implication for
Israel.
While geographical considera-
tions were the most patent fr Is-
rael's non-inclusion in NATO or the
Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky. of Beth El Con-
gregation, discusses Mishna at traditional
Siyum" at Beth Jacob Congregation, mark-
ing first anniversary memorial (Yahrzeit) of
Mrs. Hani Stern, of Mexico City, mother of
Rabbi Tibor Stern. Guests included Rabbin
David Lehrfield. A. M. Twersky, Henry Oko
hca. Henry Wernick, P. Fixler. and Meyar
Katz.
Jan Peerce's Undisputed Victory;
How He Struck Blow for the West
cision upholding a judgment of "a'kan Pact. U,e violent Arab hos-
, "_.-, itiiity precluded Israels partnership
dismissal of a lawsuit filed by the ^ the BaKhdad Pact TnuSi exccp.
party in Los Angeles.
Smith, who was his party's presi-
dential canditdate in 1056 charged
in his act'on that the Election Code
for Switzerland which was so by
choice, Israel is the only modern
state without any formal mutual
assis'ance pacts and without any
Jan Peerce, famous Metropolitan
Opera tenor, will sing here Jan.
19 and 20 with the University of
Miami Symphony Orchestra, and
guest conductor Fabien Sevitzky.
One of the most popular and ver-
satile of American singers, Peerce
made headlines around the world
last year, when at the invitation
of the Soviet Minister of Culture.
he toured Russia as the first Metro
politan Opera star to appear there
since World War II and the first
American in history to sing in
Moscow's renowned P.olshoi Thea-
tre.
Russian audiences jammed au-
ditoriums to hoar him in Mos-
cow, Leningrad and Kiev, where
he sang in concert as well as
opera.
Peerce's Moscow debut set the
pace for the entire tour. In Lenin-
grad crowds lined the streets from
the opera bouse to Peerce's hotel
after his performance in Verdi's
"Rigoletto," to throw flowers and
that conductor Khajkin lay down
his baton. Cries of-"Bravo Pirs,
Pirs, Pirs!" storsjted through
fhe house.
The pandemonium Jwhich had ac-
companied the dress rehearsal was
intensified during the gala per-
formance the next nipht. There was
an added electric atmosphere. This
was not merely a gala-performance
of "I.a Traviata." It was a diplo-
matic event. U.Sl Ambassador
Charles E Bohlen arid Mrs. Bohlen
were present, representing the
United States, as well as high So
vict officials and ambassadors from
many other countries.
They were all casjerly watching
'ow this tenor. American-born and I
Employment of Handicapped,
Aged Aired at BB lodge
Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Lodge
met for its weekly luncheon Tues-
day noon at the DiLido hotel.
Participating in a discussion on
two new B'nai B'rith projects, em-
ployment of the physically handi-
capped and senior citizens prob-
lems, were Leo Axlrod. Michael
Sossin and Paul Seiderman.
Lodge president is Jack Fink.
Gcrshon S. Miller is chairman of
the luncheons.
Hebrew Academy Youngsters
Present Chanuka Ploy
Second grade students of the He-
brew Academy presented a Chanu-
ka playlet last week in the Acad-
emy auditorium.
The playlet, written by Mrs.
Joshua Z. Stadlan, second grade in-
structor, was presented entirely in
Hebrew Entitled "The Modern
Maccabees." the playlet featured
It was an undisputed victory for,plul CJtron Sne|i GiIii l^ r^
American-trained, would measure
up to Russia's own opera stars.
the West.
J_
hard, Richard Pomerance, Jerry
Kornreich, Jeffrey Katz, Ryan
Dearr. David Greenberg. Tova Sin-
coff. Stefan Enaler. Keith Pincbot,
Sunshine Rebekah Lodge
Sunshine Rebekah- Lodge 9 met; Marg,ret Moskovits, Diane SaK
cheer their new-found idol. During | Tuesdy evening at 85 Washington | Daniel Cassel, Geoffrey Temple
I and Jeffrey Breslaw.
membership in some regional de-
provisions for attaining a place on tense organization.
the ballot were so stringent as to
be an unconstitutional limitati m
on the ri.ht of suffrage.
Under the code, the party would.
that I hi- code's
reasonable.
restrictions were
However, if the West ir.u-l now
find ways to base its defenses on
global rather than a regional basis,
(hen means will also have to he dc-
ti tit
protecting Spain. Saudi Arahin
| Chiang Kai-shek's Formosa.
| the dress-rehearsal of Verdi's "La
Traviata" in Moscow, the tenor
.suddenly realized that there was
an aiidiemr of about 5O0 in the
Bolshoi Theater's orchestra
He had been singing hair voice.
as he usually does during reh.-ars
ill. When lolii Uia( hi* Impromptu
ave.
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Feshiva Award Going
\Jo Financier Wolf son
| ^.inu.d from Pw I A
[^er-s name in nomination
lidenf
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^,tfu.v'.ce presidential nom-
ion.
mort than a million dollars to
educational and health institu-
, tions, including Mt. Sinai Hos-
ISi IE,'. Gov. McKcldln also it con-, f,,t hospitals, Jacksonville Uni-
varsity and numerous other Flor-
ida and national Jewish and non-
sectarian organizations,
governor was the first presi-
- of the *!*!* w*JM Lbliip Society. Ihas played a
.,,,,. ,n the success of the
of lsrael Bond "'"P^Sn
Hi inception in May, 1951.
_,, national chairman of
*erhcod Week for the National
iferrrcc of Christians and Jews
19*8 and 1949. j versjfying the operations of the Wda>s dinner marks tnenrsions d h( h,
Z ,ni rlinner to Wolfson since .
jfmoniai ainiici ___ successful.
f moved to Miami Beach from
|L"0n\ ilie several years ago. He Dr. Belkin arrived in Miami
[member of the board of over-> Beach Wednesday afternoon, and
sand national chairman of the was met by a large delegation of
Einstein College of Yeshiva leaders of the dinner, includir
JftStUl flPfiKS chain of.Jhea-
't'ers in Florida and holds positions
of president, director and chair-
man of the board with many out-
standing national business corpor-
ations. Wolfson's dynamic methods
are credited with the rapid growth
of several of the business giants of
the nation, and his efforts at di-
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In photo at left are Robert Russell, S. E. Sch-
wartz and Louis Kenin (left to right}, members
of executive committee for Louis E. Wolfson
dinner Sunday night, checking reservations
for second annual Yeshiva University Charter
Day dinner at Fontainebleau hotel. Go v.
Theodore Roosevelt McKeldin will h*> n vw
speaker at function, of which lack A. Cantor
is chairman. Riqht are David Lsvinson.
Charles Silvers and R- Williams Apt* Ml to
right) smiling at predicted success of dinner.
All are members of executive committee for
SlOOa-couple function, at which there will be
no solicitation.
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Miami co-chairmen for the Albert
Kmstein College of Medicine: B. I.
Binder, president of the Hebrew
Academy: Max Orovitz and Dan B.
Ruskin of Mt. Sinai Hospital: Carl
Wcinkle and Howard Kane, of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
and scores of other dignitaries are
helping make the dinner "a huge
success." Cantor and Robinson as-
serted.
Yeshiva University. Americas
mSS 'ervice agencies and four sponsorship
scholarly pubbcations. yeshiva University is widely
Gurion Fuming Over Boh
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Ao/#W Adenauer-Spokesman for the West or Germany}
ADENAUER AND THE NEW GERMANY: The Char-cel'or
of the Vanquished. By Edgar Alexander. With an
Introduction by Alvin Johnson and an Epilogue by
Konrad Adenauer. 300 pp. New York: Farrar. RptM
A Cudahy. $5.25.
?HIS BOOK COULD hardly be more timely, It i- 3
timation of the role of Chancellor Konrad Adenauer in
the resurgence of Germany since 1945. I; is in.' poi
of a man determined that Germany shall 1
ruin of her defeat to assume euce again a posit 1 >
ership-on the European continent That this goal has been
realized by "der Ahe" as Adenauer has affection!
come to be known beyond the wildest imajtinin..- o 1
1 ho most politically naive, is clearly indicated in the j
math of last week's NATO conference
But if Edgar Alexander's book presumes to be .-
ieal analysis of the personality of Dr. Adenauer, it is an
analysis many of whose conclusions may be valid but are
also extraneous The author, a Roman Catlv t "e
m \ uuj.oh
German chancellor himself. ;s heavily concerned with
soct hich haw- little significance in the long-
nag* \ tow 01 German revitalization
One would admit, of course, that a man's moral and
aafcritwal bhltafl aflect both hi- impulses and the character
of his driva toward achie\ement Dr Adenauer is no cx-
LUptiwi here. Ui< party is called Christian Democratic
!: these terms, he has tried to imbue his political
aetiaaa wjta the ethical motivation commonly recognized
o> an implicit part of devout religious belief But what
Mr. Alexander would have the reader accept as a peculiar
attttttc phenoni-no* in Dr. Adenauer may actually be
treaa the alaaj any popular Western
More significant, and something upon which Mr Alex
andei 1 little emphasis, is drr Alte's categorical re-
fusal, for exampk hm the Prussian Parliament on
the basi of a.i anti-cons'itutional emergency decree b>
leabur.2 in February. 1933. thus openly defy-
A Former Christian Aliyah to the Holy Land
CEW EVENTS IN the history of the magnetic appeal of
the Holy Land to Biblically steeped A::
match the story of the first and probably the only Amer-
ican Christian settlement in prestate Palestine
The time was 1862 when a Christian sect, called the
Church of the Messiah, was founded by an itinerant
New England preacher. George Jones Adams, a sen
amous American family which has figured so r.
:ly in American politics and literature
According to Dr Shlomo Eidelberg. noted Jewish
ar. the preacher spread the doctrine that the "end of
days" >a* near, the Messiah would soon come, and it
.1 be a good idea to hasten to the Holy Land and there
await the great day Jones proposed the establishment
o: a farm colony in Palestine, where the settlers could
live with peace of mind until the arrival of the Messiah
A practical man tn some ways, the preacher predict-
ed that the Jews would soon return to the Holy Land, that
real estate prices would skyrocket, and it would be wi-e
for the American- to get there first Finding a response.
he organized the Palestine Immigration Assn. and in 1865
he and a member of the new sect went to Palestine to scout
ou* the land. Pleased with what they found. Jones decided
to establish a colony at Jaffa.
Oo Aug 11. 1866 the SS Nellie Chapui sailed from
G. IM'WT
Jont :h 157 men. women and children With
the exception of several families from New Jersey and
troaa S.n Francisco, ail were New England'-rs In the
p were laborers, farmers, carpenters, a mason, a cob-
Uar a tailor, a shipbuilder, a miller, several mariners, a
. teacher and a doctor and dentist Ages ranged
from 17 to 50.
After a r^ugh 42day voyage, the settlers were brought
to Jaffa wi'h the tjols. equipment and cash they had as-
sembler The total value of their belongings was less
than $43,000.
Food and water shortages began to take their toll of
the inexperienced colonists. In October, seven diet4 and in
November, six more. Perhaps the worst blow was the
death soon afterward of their one physician who died of a
tropical disease about which he knew nothing
Lacking mooey to buy land, they had to lease it. The
local Arabs were polite and friendly and cheated and
robbed the Americans at every opportunity. Turkish
authorities, fearing the group had come to establish a
beachhead in the crumbling Ottoman empire, harassed the
colonists still further.
At the end of 1866. they sent word to US Secretary
of State Seward that several colonists were giving up and
wanted to return to the United State-
From a Stock Broker's Runner to Thespian
Hollywood
PVERETT SLOANE. who estimates that he has played
more that 15.00 assorted roles on radio, television and
th<- motion picture screen, undertakes one of ris nttt
memorable as the doting father in Warner Bros Mir
Morn.ngstar A two-time father himself, he feel-
that his qualifications are good for the role of Natalie
Wood's father in the dramatization of Herman Wouk's
novel. This is Sloane > second assignment at Warners
HAROLD I RMBAMAPW
A Cheese Champion
A FTER ALPHONSE HALIMI whipped Raton Mio:i> n
** Los Angeles for the undisputed bantam- hjaajt-
pion>rnp of the world, some interesting background stories
emerged in New York It turns out that Halimi. m uajer-
n the bout, was supremely confident in his ability to
Macias had been quoted as calling Haiim, a "caeese
champion.' a tag which Macias denied he had gr.er. the
Orthodox Algerian Jew.
When Halimi was confronted with this statement, he
replied to it. according to his interpreter, that "I'm not a
M champion and I hope to prove it It is now re-
vealed that his translator was being a gentleman What
Haiimi actually said was. "He thaaki I m a cheese cham-
pion* That little rat will choke en this paeee of cheese.
I'm premising yon."
uem Burton. who acted as translator, believes that
Halimi will improve with age. He is only 25 and has had
hot 22 pre boats. On the basis f his work
one ts bound to agree that Halimi is good and could iaa
pvawa
Under his TV' trunks, it is reported by Lester Brom-
berj of the New York World Telegram and San. Hah mi
wore aa old reihiiiharaagi pair, on wkech there was a
white Jewish star.'' Bramberg also reports that Halimi
knows Hebrew. French and Arabic bat an Yaddath. **1
that just prior tn the Macias fight, a Chicago house offi-
cial. Ben Bentley. greeted him wch the customary "Sho
ham Aleschem." and Halimi responded properly w-ih
' A
hJtaata
It is obvious that when Israel sends abroad tend tea
bad reactions will set both at heaae and abra
a French team beat Israel's soccer boys (and at
firs; rate French contingent 1. the Israelis weren't
act These thanes are bound to
where he appeared in 1950 in 'The Enforcer" opposite
the late Humphrey Bogart
Sloane was born ir. Ne\. York City on Oct. 1. 1909. the
- I of N.thar.iel I Sloane and Rose Gerstein He was
stage struck at the age of seven when he played Puck in
a school production of A Midsummer Night's Dream.''
By the time he was 12. through nagging his father for
Saturday matinee money, he had seen "hundreds of play-
The younz tnespian made his New York professional
debut at the age of nineteen at the Cherry Lane Theatre
-.e in a Gerhar-tt Hauptmann play. He
recalls that he wore an Inverness cape and collapsible
baMta am *ua ma. o.ie cntic wrote that Sloane looked re-
naricably l:ke Harp Marx and was almost aa funny
only in a Hauptmann play which was not supposed to be
funrv.
Broadway was cot impressed with Everett Sloane and
rh voung man b-eame a Wall Street stock broker's runner
at $17 a week Within a year he was earning $140 a week
as aoaaatajM to the managing partner, but a 50 percent
salary cut following the crash of 1928 sent him U radio
to augment his income When radio engagements began
to pue up. he abandoned Wall Street permanently
As a member of the Mercury group. Sloane came to
Hollywood in 1940 for his motion picture debut in "Citizen
Kane. He then returned to the stage for a three-month
engagement in Richard Wright's Native Son." Hu second
motion picture was Journey Into Fear.'
BORIS SMOLAR
ing Hitler More significant, too. was his heroic to
of the Weimar Republic as early as 1922. when he sh
rebuked monarchist Cardinal Faulhaber for his att
on the legitimacy of the republic. These are infinitely ,
conclusive evidences of Adenauer's democratic inclind
and self-sacrifice in the name of human freedom than!
Alexander's insistence that the German chancellor ii
good Catholic. w |
That Germany has, in a decade, emer-ed mjw-
pyre of her smoking ruin to resume the dominant ro-i
European leadership is a phenomenon as striking ahi
terrifying. This rejuvenalian oa a basic part of the bo*
design. When it deviates from the sectarian explanation \
does a good job in analyzing the future: the need for!
unification of Germany. But this need. Mr Alewni,
believes, is based on a kind of mystic view of Germany!
position in the political structure of Europe since the Co
gress of Vienna, rather than the obvious desire of a peon
to participate proudly in its nationalistic fulfillment
The author quotes Karl Mane in a New York Tribun.
article in 1843. where Marx predicted 'the mighty siavil
empire of the Russians, which the fanatical Pan SlavistJ
are now dreaming about" and indicated that Moscow!
initial step in the achievement of this goal would necesl
-jnly be the division of Germany. The implied conclusiot
is the need for reunification if only as a means of strength
ening Germany for her "classic-mystic" role with hei
immediate purpose the frustration of Soviet expansioamll
One recalls that Adolph Hitler's reasoning was simil
lar: Germany would expand "to contain Bolshevism." lj
his image of Germany as savior of Europe. Mr Alexande
fails to differentiate between the National Socialist effoi
in this regard and that of the Christian Democrats. It A
kinder, however, to believe that the book is a Catholic inl
dictment of Communism, offered in the gtuse of Mr Alex]
ander's own image of Catholic Adenauer in the lists again
Godless Khrushchev.
Whatever its faults, the book gives a perceptive in
sight into the aftermath of NATO. Dr. Adenauer last we
emerged as the only truly qualified Western spokesman!
Unfortunately, he is a spokesman with German reunified
tion uppermost in his mind careful to offer no promises I
Washington and no offense to Moscow in his ultimate ain
to achieve this end.
ELiAHt SALPETER
Struggle in Histadrut
Jerusalem I
T MAY BE somewhat over dramatized but probabh-l
not too far from the truth to say that the future ofl
Israel's economy depends to a very large extent on tbel
heart of one man. The heart not in the emotional senie.l
but on the bare medical sense of the word.
That heart belongs to Pinhas La von. secretary gen-1
eral of the Histadrut and is. unfortunately, not in top
shape.
Pinhas Lavon. who is the top official of the Histadrut
for the second time (having served in between as Minister|
of Agriculture and later as Minister of Defense> today j
symbolizes and also spearheads the struggle between the
Histadrut and its own economic enterprises. This struggle
has been going on now for some time, but entered a much
sharper form in the past year and may erupt into the open
in the next convention of the Mapai party
It is customary, particularly among Zionist- in the
West interested in Israel's economic affairs, to think in
terms of struggle between the private sector and the Hista-
drut sector of Israel's economy. While it would be incor-
rect to say that such a struggle is non-existent, its practi-
cal importance is certainly overshadowed by the mack km
talked about struggle between the Histadrut and its on
economic enterprises.
The Histadrut started out in 1920 as a trade union.
But as the problems faced by the pioneers in Palestine
were vastly different from the problems in any other coun
try, so the tasks facing the Jewish trade unions were vastly
nnf.rent from those of other trade unions. The Il:>tadrut'
task was not only to defend and improve the labor condi-
tions of its members; the Histadrut. at an early -tage of
its existence, began to create jobs for its present and fu-
ture members.
With the establishment of the State. Mapai has be
come the largest party in the Knesset, and as such the
party supplying the Prime Minister and most of the key
ministers, including the Minister of Finance
Hr UM Emerges as Powerful Fund-Raising Force
T*5 AkhMUAX THRC-OAY conference of the United
iKmyk Aop**' o*ch was held tn New York City was
different than all such previous conferences It marked
the entrance of the IJA upon its 20th year of existence
h reaeha* this milestone, the LJA has a tremendous
rtory to tell American Jewry.
It is the story of how two million persons have given
year in and year oat. an a per capita scale never equalled
by aay other present-day American voluntary effort It
- a story of contributions which totalled more than SI bt!
I m the coarse of the last Ik years.
It is the story af ta..... whe nave given time, money, and
aantl
and ke
to serve as L JA leaders
The first was made in 1930 when a combined cam-
paign was conducted under the name of the "Allied Jew-
ish Appeal." in which the Joint Distribution Committee
and the American Palestine Campaign were partners. ThU
partnership lasted onl. one year and gave way to indepe"'
dent drive, from 1931 through 1933. In 1934 a Cr.m'1
Jewish Appeal, the predeccessor of the present OJA, **
organized
It conducted campaigns for two years in behalf ol
DC and the Inited Palestine Appeal and was ag">
displaced by independent campaigns in the followinc three
years At the end of 1938. the LJA was reactivated as a
result of discussions in which the Cooncil of Jewish Fed-
erations and Welfare Funds played at lasnortant role.


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Dumber 27. 1957
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tar Table W
Dedicated
jday at 2 p.m.. Tafereth Is-
Congregation wiU dedicate its
altar table in memory of the
Morns Laster. eae of the
lander- of the congregation.
ster was for many years the
koreh. bal tefilah and gabai of
congregation.
Mrs. Laster will be preaent to
trticipatt in tha dedicatory
vices. Rabbi Tiber Stem, of
ith Jacob Congregation, will be
cst speaker.
ibi Abraham Herson. spir-
leader of Tifereth Israel, is
: the services. Marshall
nis. president of the contretja-
Jacob Meyer, gabai. and Mrs
Eisi nberg, president of the Si>-
. will participate. Cantor
Glantz and Dr. Bernard
rsch. choir director, will offer
ritual music.
Iroli Chapter Party
|0rah chapter of Mizrachi Wo-
will sponsor a Chanuka party
I dance Sunday evening at Beth
I Congregation. Mrs. Irene Mil
is in charge of reservations
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Friday, Decwnbt
You Are Cordially Invited To A Premiere
JANUARY 2nd Thru JANUARY 31st
OPEN HOUSE
At The New Home of Our
I CENTER BRANCH
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"5800 N.W. 7th AVENUE"
SPECIAL GRAND OPENING HIGHLIGHTS
Friday, January 3rd
Saturday, January 4th
6 to 8 P.M.
Well Be Open to 8 PM. the First 10 Days of January
... Come and Bring the Family. There will be Sou-
venirs, favors and refreshments for alL
The first 500 Ladies to attend will re-
ceive a Miniature Hawaian Orchid
(flown in especially for this occasion)
REMEMBER... NOW IS THE TIME TO
OPEN OR ADD TO YOUR DADE
FEDERAL SAVINGS ACCOUNT!
Accounts Opened or Funds Added
to Accounts by the 10th of January
can Share In a Full Six Months Earn-
ings June 30th, 1958.
3V%
PER ANNUM (cumntrate)
Compounded Semiannually
DADE FEDERAL RESOURCES EXCEED 115 MILLION DOLLARS


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lIV.
oman s
VJorU
The Bonds for Israel Ball has come and gone,
but the memory, of course, lingers on Th?
secret of Elsa Maxwell's success as hostess her
complete warmth and friendship Her genu'ne
eagerness to meet everybody, to cut through for-
mality and really get to know her guests And
hostess Jennie Grossinger .ts for a long time), making people feel right at home in her
inimitable way. as soon as they got through the door .
Vignettes*: the blue and white flowers on the tables The
... 0( David in the center of the statje, flanked by e-ght-foot men-
orabs spotlighted (loaned by Temple Emanu-El) ... The Cham-
oane Reception which preceded the Ball ... All eyes on the two
million dollar jewelry collection which was worn by five profes-
sional models The Jose Greco dance troupe, wh-ch performed
io beautifully, themselves astounded by the fabulous show of
furs and jewels .
Mrs. Sailing Baruch, escorted by her son. Donald, and his
wife Nancy (Mrs. Robert Z.) Greene as stuninng as always
Did you know that three of the first acceptances were from
the Gabriel Heatters. the Sam Blanks and the Carl Weinkles .
The prizes were as lavish as everything else about the Ball
Flsa Maxwell helped pick the winners, and cty director of
Israel Bonds Sidney Glazier read out the winners ... To Mrs. Carol
Straus of 6475 Allison rd.. a Norwegian blue fox >tole. donated by
Deinbacher of the Waldorf ... To Mrs. Bernard Rakoff. who is
here visiting her daughter, Mrs. Milton Isaacs, of 3737 Chase ave..
went the $1200 cashmere sweater, lined in 24kt gold lame with a
runv and d'amond studded Star of David embroidered on it. a
Torrez VI original, and donated by them .
Mrs. Martin Greeberg. of 6020 Indian Creek dr.. couldn't have
been more thrilled by her prize of a one-week all-expense vaca-
tion for two at Grossinger's (donated by gracious Jennie, of course!
that's just where she met her husband!
Dr. and Mrs. Morris Goodmanhe's chaTman of the Combined
Jewish Appeal for 195ft-will host a cocktail party Sunday. Dec 29.
from 4 to 6 D'scussion will center on their recent Israel tour,
as members of a UJA study mission.
Here for two weeks with his family is Jack Fishbem. publisher
of the Chicago Sentinel. Jewish weekly They're at the Ga-
R.wera motel, in Hallandale .
How are things on the Hll? ... Cornell Prof Alan S. Westia and
hU wife, Beatrice, and their son. David Lawrence, arrived her?
Dec 23 to visit Bea's mother. Mrs. Israel Shapoff. of 318 S 2Si
r>! and his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Irving West in. 1021 W *fcr.
Mrs. Aaron Kalichman. of 912 Euclid ave.. is happily play
hostess to her sister. Mn Suhsf R<-enblum. of Santiago. ( -
and to her brother. Boris Rosenfeld. of Newport News. \a B I
the first time the three have seen each other in 35jears **.
K-i.chman is a graduate pharmac.st .--" Rosfb'amh^, *
denfst ... Mr. Rosenfeld k an architect ^^'"f-fl^f;,
missed-** the Chanuka get-together is another brother. rneou
nfeld, who is still in Rumania.
Two Miami girls have been chosen"as official Delta Phi Epsilon International Convention at the "
Beach hotel hi Ch.c.go ... Lois Schwadron. ^"i**,"*
Mrs Joseph Schwadron. of 1941 SW 19th ave. who_k PJJl
DPhiE at the University of Alabama, was home for *"*
but left Dec. 25 to attend the convention ... She U be back m um.
lor New Years Day festivities ...
Lois Dalton. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fredericl^Dahc
60 W. Rivo Alto dr.. is also n Omega chapter of DPh.E, right here at tl* Lnivers.ty ot Miami-
David Levinson, co"owne*r of the AlgiersboteL ^"J*^
party at his Flamingo dr. home last week *' J^S/mY and
friends I Reunited were Judge """"."^J^ Do5
Mrs. Harry Rosenstock and Ellenv.lle city ^^^STS
Bradford and Mrs. Bradford -They were ^
Daves ... He grew up in Ellenvdle. where ne^v
summer resort Tamarack Lod{,e. ^
ReaUy surprised was Mia^i ^achUne^nan Al S-gJ-g
he arivedX at his daughter's *^Jmju^ly and frSi
Hope (Mrs. Rocky) Pomerance had assel".^Va
for a buffet d.nner in honor of Al I 55th brthday '
Hit of the party was Hope/, sister. M.cki. in a per!
of son|_
contributed m
< ffort to blow out the candles on the caxe
Nat Roth and h^Hr-urne/^^
to New York City ... Nat was a delegate to .t. ^
a name to match: the National Conven ion o. ^
of Women's and Children's Apparel Salesmen
at the Waldorf. # .
Dr. and Mrs%herman IM ~ 1*%JS*& ~
birthday reception and luncheon for Jr so wd wbeft
urday Scene was the Rubaiyat r<*Wof the^g ^ ^ Mk
blue and silver candles and pink Rd,"U cmtn p.nk fiowers in
of white and blue, inscribed ad decorated
Ibjul
Miami. Florida. Friday. December 27. 1957
Sectc- 3
Robinsons Host Reception for Educator
Dr. Samuel Belkw. one of Ar.er-
ican Jewry's foremast spokesmen
and president of Yesbiva Univer-
as to have been feted Thars-
siaal at a reception at the
home of Mr and Mrs Leo Robin-
son. 4430 Pinetree dr
Robinson u founder and chair-
t of the party was Hope's sister sUck, i,^P^^
SlSrS leSe^hey^-r m a college
Tonight" television
honor of teh occasion.
Comedienne Dody^oodmar.hit of .-
show, will be here on Jan. 13 for a iwo-
new Carillon hotel ,
w Carillon hotel w:!l be
nth nnu< !'""
First to use the facilities of the new
, Ph. so^ori.v. when they throw tJJJJ^ Ue (Mrs. Sam-
sponsored holiday luncheon hl, vear w.U bene-
uel) Kohlenberg
fit the Alpha la
The "Winter Wonderland tnemr ,.~~
show coordinated by Dons Dean, from erm>|1
decoration* prepared by Mrs. Benemii ^ ^ ^ plan*
Helping luncheon chairman Mrs "c Mrs Bart Cohen, w
are Mrs. Da Fr.nko. P*""?^''^ handle, invitations, and
charge of reservations W,"',L DUblicity task.
Deborah (Mrs. Larr J.) Hoffman has the pun
ii '"""". *......... |limni nresiueni i** --
holiday luncheon '?* this year w.U bene-
iberg has announced that he Pr ^^
ha lau chapter house at tbS*&^ in fash "
er Wonderl.ndJ theme ^Mode|f Mmi Ltd. w*a
man of the Honda chapter of
Yesbiva. the nations first uruver-
-nder Jewish auspices.
Amen? th Greater Miami so-
cial kadrs who already have
accepted posrtiorn as hostesses
for the Sunday night Charter
Day Award dinner honoring Louis
E. Woifson at tne Fontainebleau
hotel are the Me*)emes R. Wil-
liams Apt;, Sam Blank. Benja-
h I. Binder, Irving Carey. Jack
Camel, J. Kenneth Edlin, Mor-
ris Falk, Morris Fox, Charles
Fruchtman, Louis Glasser, Jen-
nie Grossinger.
Also the Mesdame; Isidore Gold-
Sol Goldman. Maurice GoW-
Haity Gordon. Harry J.
Sasaswl Reinhard, Ben-
jasaia timer, Leo Rob.
C. Rub:r.. Benjamin Rudr.ick. Abra-
-r Hirry Schwar.r ir.:
Jack A Cantor.
- .r.day
: *.o be one
of the social
Scenes :^z Dc: :, :c::e z ritad brze. S=nd^3cU z:
xxzy*. ho*\ krst Suh*mVr> .-- ="e.--:: -
FrcnkeL Center, Mrs. Sailing terser, ze.ps -.....
hw wJe celerr^e ie-- =s^vesry = -.-_
;cu;,e. Be.-' -_-_--
Rifkin. Mb. Rifirin is a Aoe:= :: -------
BOOOsdsd srems.-. leczers ftwsjghou: na..... '-- --
.nnrari cf HS0U0B0 hi fam) Bends- Elsa Maxws
naticne] partj- fame, was hostess, end Mrs. LeRoy Cc
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Friday, December
19S7
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Free '58 Calendar Of Jewish Holiday
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can secure absolutely free of
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all dates of Jewish holidays plus
week-by-week listing of candle-
hghting time for every Friday of
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At the back of the calendar, they
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Zeker.s Host Party
Mr. and Mrs. Jaeauei ,)nen .
* tendered a iur.
l>irth.1ay dinner party at u*,
i-amou* restaurant for >>! moo A
, Schicsinger, of New York Cit> L
days. Mrs Schles.n'er^TlTpJcu
locci Women s Committee of Biandeu
versiiv cttenour.o reo?!V Sou
ence :n New Orleans. '. : are
M. S.- -iiarai
chapter president- Mi- D*Ji d II ?.:? Basma.
Moss., national ptesuden: M s. Afaram L
or: Dr. Sachar. president. Brcndeis Uni-
y at Waltham. Mass.: Mrs. Ben Zion
burg, past piid tint. Greater Miami chap-
ler and national board member: and Mrs.
Harry Orleans. Greater Mknm chapter
ponding secretary.
A feature of th;s uruv;al calen
dar is a group oi ei--ht Passover ed Xew Year's eve .or a short vacj.
recipesall of them delirious foods tioo.
iTETLEY TEA in a glass
h
That's the fine old Jewish way to tn-
toy tea at its finest..."flavor crushed"
Today for fullest strength and Mimu-
lauoe ... richer tass* and pleasure...
Women's Auxiliary
To Meet Monday
Miami Weaner. s
Mi : .*J-
htrs. Law* stakersar* p-e-a-
tse -**; *H wioW R*Mm
*er A S4oo a* Vaanjaa Judea
ooes* see kt'
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ararsf ?* *;.; o-*^ on
BM Beam bt Uv Otaa S^ar
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Meatt jj* j tar the day are the
sarah iW-
taML Tessas Stnaii Daaaei
Freac B Swerdsott. Da.d Pot-
tmn. It TVttac* aad Mary S*e>
Worn CWmtt lepfi fW
rd has been received b> Mr
ar.d Mrs Ernest Chernoff. 1601 SW
1 Miaou, that their dangb-
IXvore*. senior u the School
of FdccMjoa at the l V
FVarada. has been tapped for Tn-
aeon," highest women's leadership
mm el Their Home
Jack Roobtas were
hosts at then- home. 23B SV 25th
atomi, Dec IT for a party
marking the ugMiag of the fu-st
lnii
Women's Highest Hew*
tor High School, was actjve M.
ami as a Young Judaea leader.
3day cbeol teacher, aid as
saaay organiraraiuw while in tu,h
school.
See received a state teachers'
scholarship and expects to t>
her teaching career next Septem-
ber following her laternsmp m Or-
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served in

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Certified Kother
under atrict
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omen in
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Council President
Named to Top U.S.
Committee for UN
NEW YORK Mrs. Moise S.'
Cahn, of New Orleans, presi-
dent of the National Council of
Jewish Women, was elected to
membership in the 15-member ex-
ecutive committee oi the U.S. Na-
tional Commission for UNESCO at
its recent meeting in San Fran-
cisco.
As the representative of the
women's group, Mrs, Cahn served
as an alternate member of the ex-
ecutive committee for the 1956-57
term.
In a statement issued here
from the NCJW's national head-
quarters, she called her election .
to full membership "a clear in-
dication of the high honor in
which National Council is held
by leaders en the national and
international scenes."
The Jew'sh women's 64-year-old
educational and service organiza-
tion has 110.000 members in 240
cities. Mrs. Cahn also represents
the Council as a member of the
board of directors ''t th Ameri-an
Friends of Hebrew University.
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Friday, December 27.
Hostesses c: :! ::;^ Preere Luncbecr. r.zr.: }-^rs. George Goldberg. Mrs. Joseph M.
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function oi CiweleajB i' Jewish Appeal Wosmoi Wooec s Division campaign chairman, calls
S>.:*: : :.=e out *> mark thee- bckofl hmrheon most brilliant erenl of year."
date cdenicr rrs; mw\ eeniii are left to
Women to Kick Off Season's Appeal
First of the bu 199* tii-wanr at-
fan frhedeied by the Wessce t
c* of the Coos baa ad Jewish
Appeal wJ] be the dmsM tench-
eot Im -5 *: the Foe
Mr* A;::: Fi~ Women's Di-
i.ga cwnertnan. has an-
nunJ that the larpartant brg
gifts fjcctaaa will inaugurate the
iradiiiona! series of fund raising
ejects undertaken ar.- the
Jewish worsen of Dade ceaaty on
behatf of CJA s kseat aeiioaei and
causes, and aid to Israel.
"The reie of the a in this
major pawlanthrocMC work has
beeem* mara significant each
rear," the campaign chairman
told members of th* Woman's
Division campaign cabinet.
"la their drive last year, the
of Greater Miami, through
ideal personal gifts of their
own. raised more than S200.000 for
the Combined Jewish Appeal-an
aU-ttaae record for tbe division
'
'Their response to the refugee
crisis overseas and the needs of our
other national and local agencies
was most gratifying." Mrs. Farr
said
A new approach is being adopted
by the Women's Division for the
1958 campaign, according to the
campaign chairman.
This year, two fund-raising
functions will be combined into
awe big spectacular hjnehaon
oven* to launch their activities.
The move is aimed at streamlin-
ing the women's campaign, and
fully to utilrre the leadership of the
traditional Patrons' aad Tinman I*
Teas of previous years.
"Our Premiere Luncheon will be
the most brilliant big gifts function
in local campaign history." Mrs.
JFarr declared
Advance planning meetings are
being called into session at once.
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CJ A Breakfast
For the second consecutive year.
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*?. 1957
m o
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Chantilly
For Mrs, Fisher
Eleanore Goodman and
Lowell D. Fisher were united a
n-ami2e Wednesday, Dee 25-
Rabbi David Shapiro officiated at
the candtehebt ttremmay at 6 30
.n the FaataraebsCas hotel.
The bride b the daughter of Mr.
asd Mrs. Lew Goodman. 8018 Gar-
land are.. Surfside. Mr Fisher is
the son of Mrs Birdie Fisher and
the late Abraham Fisher. Chicago
For her wedding, the bnde chose
a gown of imported chanulh lace.
The basque bodice was designed
with a scalloped neckline embroid-
ered ith tiny seed pearls. Leaf
sleeves tapered to points over her
mnst. Pure silk folds fashioned
the tiny waistline, and the full lace
skin swept to a regal train.
She completed her ensemble wrth
a fingertip veil of imported silk
illusion, softly draped to a match-
ing lace plateau cap. with tiny pore
silk folds, and centered wok a
peart
Matron of honor was Mrs Arlene
Hysen Maid of honor was Miss
Flora Eichner Bridesmaids were
Mrs Barbara Pomeracu and Miss
Adnease Green Susan Lee Good-
Baa, was junior bridesmaid.
Best man was George Green.
Ushers were Marvin Goodman.
brother of the bnde. Date Justyna.
ratal Pooerantz and Neal Toko-
The bride graduated from the
y of Miami and teaches
yae Gardens Elementary
>! The groom attended Lake
For- .> and Loyola Una-
Chicago.
I reception and dinner in
the Rosewood room, the couple
hi: for a honeymoon in Nassau.
\3Xn NF. 8th ave..
N Miami, on their return
>wcr-!i.--a
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Miss Miller Weds
Dental Student
At a candlelight ceremony in the
Algiers hotel Naomi Barbara Mil-
ler and Jay R Brenner said 7 30
p.m wedding vows Tuesday. Dec.
24. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg otfi
ciated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Moe Miller. 2715 SW 3rd
ave.. Miami. The groom's parents
are Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brenner. 8228
Crespi blvd.. Miami Beach.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Al
Kane. Bndesmrids were Elaine
Brenner and Sue Brenner. Junior
budesrnaad -was Vicki Adel Ricb-
ard Sachs was best man, and Alan
I. Miller was usher.
The bnde chose a white chantilly
floor-length gown The fitted bodice
of lace was fashioned with a scoop
neckline and long sleeves. The
bouffant skirt was of tulle and
points of lace. Her fingertip veil
of French illusion was secured to a
dainty pearl and orange blossom
crown.
She carried her confirmation
Bible covered with white orchids
and lilies-of-the-valley. Her atten-
dants were dressed in pink lace and
taffeta. Tbey carried cascades of
white carnations and pink ribbon.
The bride is a graduate of Miami
High and is now a histology tech-
nician trainee at Jackson Memorial
Hospital. The bridegroom attends
the University of Maryland school
of dentistry.
A reception and dinner followed
the ceremony. After a honeymoon
tnp through Florida, the couple
will make their home at 4007
Springdale ave.. Baltimore, Md.
90UB KAWHAAH
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MKS. JAY WENNfl
Suchman, Coe
Exchange Vows
'. lias was the
Dec 22. of tin.
-ielight ceremony uniting Eliz-
abeth Sue Coe and Clifford L Sueh-
marriage.
She is the daughter of Mr. and
Ph.hp Coe. 1845 SW 24th St..
Miar-.: Mr and Mrs Sam Sueb-
mar, are the parents of the groom.
The bride wore a wrute satin
gown overlaid with tiers of Yene-
beirioom lace. The fitted
bodice and rtarxiinz Queen Anne
collar were embroidered with seed
pearls and sequins. The bouffant
formed a chapel train.
Her illusion tulle veil cascaded
from a pearl-encrusted tiara. She
earned a white Bible with white
orchids and stephanotu sprays
Matron of honor was her sister-
in-law. Barbara Annan Maid of
honor was Elaine Suchman. sister
of the groom Bridesmaids were
Deedy Cbernoff and Marlene Du-
chon. classmates.
All were dressed in ballerina
length gowns of peacock blue taffe-
ta and chiffon.
J. CUTfOn S4KHMA*
Miss Teitelbaum
Weds Carl Yengel
Eleanor Teitelbaum became Mrs.
Carl Yengel in Dec. 21 rites at the
DiLido hotel Rabbi Joseph Rac-
kovsky officiated at the 7 30 p.m.
ceremony.
The bnde is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Hyman Teitelbaum. 937
Meridian ave.. Miami Beach The
eroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs.
David Yengel. 2632 SW 30th ave.,
Miami.
The bnde chose a pure silk taffe-
ta gown of alencon lace and featur-
iong sleeves and seed pearls.
She Mill graduate from the Univer-
sity of Miami in February, and
plans to teach.
Maid of honor for her sister-in-
law was Mira Yengel. Bridesmaid
was Eileen Teitelbaum. the bride's
sister. Joseph Teitelbaum was best
man for lus brother-in-law. The
bto -m s brother. Alan, acted as
usher.
a... Yengel attended Florida
Stale University and served four
years in the VS. Air Force.
Following a Nassau and Cuba
i honeymoon, the couple will reside
at 2190 SW 14th ter Miami.
Chesters Reveal
Beverly's Troth
Mr. and Mrs Lewis Chester. 2349
SW 12th st. Miami, announce the
Karen Postman, little niece of engagement of their daughter. Bev-
the bnde. was flower girl, dressed erlv Marcla ,0 Morton Broro.
in ruffled white eyelet embroidery __ _
over pink organdy "" t3 Mr *~ B">nberg.
Mrs Lena Edels, grandmother Brooklyn NY. and the late
of the groom, was escorted down Michael Bromberg.
the aisle by Gary Edels. cousin of The bndeelect is a graduate of
betro^^wore^n^cont.^- M ^ ** **" *
ing cocoa and champagne lace over &* active :n Phi Deha Gamma
satin. onty She is a senior at the
After honeymooning in Mexico. | "" Pennsylvania school
the young couple will reside at 26 ra] hygiene
Albambra Plaza. Coral Gables.
They Honeymoon
In the Bahamas
The wedding of Miss Gail Bergad
and Bernard Benjamin Geltner
took place Sunday, Dec. 22. at the fraternity
Sterling hotel.
Bromber; is a graduate of
Erasm-;s Hall High School in Brook-
and took his pre-dental train-
ing at New York University, where
be was a member of Zeta Beta Tau
fraternity.
He is a senior at the University
of Pennsylvania school of dentistry,
and active in Alpha Omega dental
Miss Davidow,
Navy Man Wed
Gerald Kaufmans
Will Live in N.Y.
In 730 p.m. rites Saturday, D.|
21. at the Hotel Pierre in Nee York I
City. Carol Frada Fuchs bteum
Mrs. Gerald S. Kaufman.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.I
and Mrs Samuel Fuchv of Winston, I
N.C.. and Miami Beach Her hus-
band is the son of Mr an i Mrs.
I Benjamin Kaufman. New York I
.City-
Rabbis Joseph Looksfin and I
Schulem Rubin officiated beneath
a canopy of Southern imilax. white
gladioli, pompoms and orchid and |
blue carnations.
Given in marriare by her par-1
eats, the bride was attired in li
floor-length white peau de ma and
alencon lace gown. The three-tier-
ed imported French crown featur-
ed a fingertip lensrth veil of import-
! r-d French illusion. She carried
phalanopsis on a B;tle.
Maid of honor was Miss Suzanne
bwM. of Winston. Mrs. Albert
/ Stiae, of Denver. Colo., was matron
of honor. Bridesmaids i-.cluded
-ters of the groim Belda and
Carol Ann Kaufman. N'ev. York
' ity. Paule Azei. a friend. Pitts-
burgs. Pa.; Arihenne Foldmin,
cousin of the bride. Norwalk. Conn;
and another cousin. Manru Kap-
lan. Buenos Aires. Argentina.
Best man was Baruch J Har-
wich, the groom's brother-ln-law,
of New York City
Newlywed Mrs. Kaufman attend-
ed Lear School and Brandos Uni-
versity. She is presently a: Bar-
nard College. Her husband went
o Ramax School in New Y rk and
Columbia University, and is no*
'udying law at New York I'niver-
sity.
National collegiate fencing cham-
pion m 1066. he is in the active re-
cpvo 'niimving duty with the U.S.
Army Medics.
ruUowuij a IIII mum trip
England, the couple
!
!
The bride is the daughter of Mr ,
and Mrs. Hyman Bergad. 7412 ; ^am,. and the late Mr. Sam Geh-
Byron ave., Miami Beach Following a honeymoon in the
The groom is the son of Mrs. Bahamas, the couple will reside at
Geltner. 3311 SW 23rd St.. 7800 N. Baysfaore dr.
mns grnnr cmsru
C-r-P.rfTj-t.r--y
Workmen's Circle Women's Club
692 will hold a card partv Saturday
evening. 7 p.m.. at 25 Washington
ve. Mrs. S. Levin U chairman, i company him" to CaWon^a*
I Miss Joy Davidow. daughter of,
jMr and Mrs. Nathan Davidow. 647 through W
(Palermo ave. Coral Gables, and *"* reside in New York CitJ
, Myrua Abramowitz. son of Mr. and ;
I Mrs flyman Abramowitz. 150 SW
! 19th rd Miami, were married Sun- j
I day. Dec 15. in the Garden room
of the Crown hotel.
I Officiating at the ceremonv were
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg and Rab
bi B I,eon Hurwitz Assisting were
Cantors William l.ipson. Berele
Kelemer and Rudolf Brill
Abramowitz is a personnelman.
third class, in th,- f s Navy. Dur-
l^i_,h' P**1 ""^ -veirs- he has
been stationed at various parts of
U* world. Bi latest assignment I
was duty on the L'SS Princeton in
the Far East.
He has one more year of service
nd is attached to Attack
3. at Pasadena. Calif
After a month's honeymoon at
Miami Beach, he reports for duty
Jan. 15. Mrs. Abramowitz will ac
Mrs. Pepper Heads
Gables UN Group
Mrs. Clau-'e Pe~- r \v.i- \-dtd
chairman of t vision of the 1'iiU Nation- Assn.
at a meeting last week.
Outgoing chairman H I)r *'*
liam P. Dismukes head of the
mTdem kMmt d"Prtment >'
the University of Miami.
Other officer* :r !ude Mr^ Duke
Baird and Dr. Wi'l am B un**
I'M professor of h;tcn They '"
*erve as vice chairmen. Mrs Lu-
cille Buffin was tlected secretary-
treasurer.
Same $104,802 has been raised
in the 28th annual Tuberculosis
Seal sale from* returns counted
through Tuesday.


r^gv,D,cinbw27.1957
>Jm1st rkrktetn
They've AHar
Ahead of Them
Mr and Mrs. Morria Bauman.
ii Pennsylvania ave., Miami
atirh announce the engagement
* h,;r daughter Marilyn to Sid
r'enspan, son of Mr. and Mrs.
m'/S Greenspan, Newark. N.J.
The couple met while working
in camp Blue Star. Hendersonville,
N C Jbey -will-be married in March
and* will I've in Miami Beach
UiM Bauman will graduate in
February from the University of
Florida where she was active in
rtudent government, Hillel and Cav-
lettes. She was one or the found
frs of the Delta Phi Epsilon chap
ter of University of Florida.
Mr Greenspan attended the Uni-
-ersity of Miami, where he was a
member of Alpha Epsilon Pi. He
fcned four years in the 82nd Air-
borne Division of the U.S. Air
Force.
7-1
'Do it Yourself Fad i"e "w *p*
... In Showings Dn Jan. 9
HllC iPWICh AnnPAl Alaska, Belgium and the llnihd
llll J JV.TTIJII HppvQI states will be featured on the ec-
The "do it yourself" fad which jond "Travel Treats" presentation
of film showings in the auditorium
of the Miami Public Library Thurs-
day, Jan. 9.
The films scheduled for 1 and 8
p.m. showings are "Alaska Holi-
Utilizing all the finer elements of day," which pictures the beauty of
e DODUlai" idBa.Tfltrlevel workers America''; Isreest nossession:
has intrigued so many who like to
learn the "how" and "why" of
things has finally reached into the
ranks of the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal
miss COWAN
MISS COWAN
MISS bAUMAU
University of Miami. She is a
member of Delta Phi Epsilon sor-
ority.
Cowan Grlver
Miss Sandra Helene Cowan and
Dennis Griver are engaged. The
wedding is planned for June 29.
She is the daughter of Mrs. Rob-
ert Levitan, 1136 NE 165th st, N.
Miami Beach and Charles Cowan of
Detroit, Mich.
He is the son of Mrs. Sally
Griver. of Montreal. Quebec.
Miss Cowan attended N. Miami
High School. Mr. Griver is from
London, England, and Montreal.

Krugar-Kaufman
A September wedding is plan
red by Miss Rosanne (Ricki) Kru
ger and Marvin A. Kaufman.
Their engagement is announced
by the bride-elect's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Kruger. 7115 Rue
Granville, Normandy Isle, Miami
Beach.
Mr. Kaufman, son of Mr. and I
Mrs Ben Kaufman. Brooklyn, N.Y..
graduated from the City College of
N< u York and is a senior at Brook- j
lyn law school.
' Miss Kruger graduated from
Miami High School and attended
the University of Alabama and the
Pomerance Chak
Miss Phyllis Barbara Pomerance
and Ronald Herman Chak will be
married next August.
Announcement of their engage
ment is made by her parents. Mr.
the populaiHUw,1 tBp-level workers
will meet at a campaign leadership
conference Sunday, Jan. 12, at the
McAllister hotel, to learn the "how"
and the "why" of CJA in 1958.
Dr. Morrit Goodman, chairman
of the 19S8 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal, putt it this way: "If busi-
ness and industry can spend
thousands of man hours training
their executives, CJA must not
neglect indoctrination of its lead-
ers."
E. Broadview dr., Bay Harbor Is-
land.
Mr. Chak is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Chak, 2285 SW 22nd
:er.
Miss Pomerance graduated from < shjp eonfcrence-is the answer, Dr.
Miami Beach High School and now ri00(,man believes.
The "CLC" campaign leader-
America's largest possession;
"Beautiful Belgium." which shows
Brussels. Antwerp and other cities
and resorts frequented by the
Flemish people; and "American
Holiday," which shows vacation
choices of many Americans
Grand Canyon, Tiajuana, San
Francisco and Palm Springs.
Free tickets for this program
may be obtained by anyone over
14 years of age at the Main Li-
brary, One Biscayne blvd., at 6
p.m. Jan. 6.
attends the University of Florida.
Mr. Chak, a graduate of Miami
High, also attends UF and ts a
and Mrs. Samuel Pomerance, 101211 member of Alpha Epsilon Pi.
Miss Tiii-off s
Troth Revealed
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Turoff,
911 Michigan ave., Miami Beach,
announce the engagement of their
daughter, Barbara Shirley, to Jay
Lawrence Goldberger. son of Sey-
mour Marks, also of 911 Michigan
ave., and the late Mrs. Edith
Marks.
The couple are graduates of Mi-
ami Beach High School. Miss
Turoff is now a student X-ray tech-
nician at Mt. Sinai Hospital.
Mr. Goldberger attends the Uni-
versity of Miami school of business
administration.
No wedding date has been set.
Goodman believes
Here the campaign leaders will
do the talking, and not be "talked
at." Goodman pointed out.
The "do it yourself" techniques,
which will be demonstrated at the
Jan. 12 meeting expect to result in j
fuller indoctrination of chairmen
and campaign eaders in what heath
and welfare agencies will benefit
from CJA funds in 1958; streamline
techniques in volunteer recruit-
ment; bigger gifts to meet the in-;
creased demands of such Miami
agencies as Mt. Sinai Hospital and
others, and to assume the local
share of the United Jewish Ap-
peal's recently-announced $100 mil-
lion national goal for the Rescue
Fund.
SENSATIONAL VALUES OFFERED IN
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Betrothal Told
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Ross.
857 81st st.. Miami Beach, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Ilene Esta. to Roy S.
Myers, son of Mr. and Mrs. John
Mvers, 2331 Bay View In., Key-
stone Island 2, N. Miami, formerly
ot Cincinnati, O.
The bride elect is a graduate of
Erasmaus Hall High School in
Brooklyn, NY., and attended the
University of Florida.
Rov is a graduate of Miami
' Beach High School. A veteran of
four years of service in the Air
Force in Korea, at present he is in
the building business in Miami.
The couple are planning to be
married this summer. ^^^__
Rabbi Becker on Radio
Rabbi Arie Becker, spiritual
leader of Beth Raphael Congrega-
tion, will appear over station WGBS
Sunday, at 10:15 a.m., In the week-
ly program sponsored by the Rab-
binical Assn. of Greater Miami.
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1957
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Religious Directory
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7001 Cor lyle
eve. Qrthadox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
m sami-da* I i" mi
Srrmnn "The I .If* nd Kijtnli !.: m.-.-
..i th* Individual In in* Plan of th.
I'nlveroe."

ANSHE EMES 2535 SW lVth
v. Canter Morris Zimmermen.

BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd
Conservative. Rabbi Yaekov
w*. Cantor William W. Llpeen.
Friday irri p.m Boimow 't*otlep
Life Real or Imaginary" Service
osdtrsted to bomocomtni college
\...nh. Saturday l:S4 a.*n. Hai Mlta-
vah: M.irtin. f-ri ..f Mr Mini Mrs
Harry Urvinr: Ira. on of Mr anil Mra.
Mom- Blegel.
a a
BETH EL. SCO SW 17th ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir-
sky.
. :, 15 p.m. Saturday S:S0 a.m.
s.i in..n "Forever In loo uoag."
a
BETH EMETH. 12250 N.W. 2nd
ave. Conservative. Rabbi David W.
Haron. Cantor Hyman Fain.
j Ptiday > i'in Sermon: "it*, ojtnition
[of BrotDarbood." Flndy Marlaoa, th.-
idauichtrr of Mi. and Mm A. Reader.
w III be named Will* Rl*d*r will read
froi Weakly Portion Ehttn-da) 9 a.m.
Sermon; "The Turmoil Within "
a a
BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairla avo.
Orthodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rott-
t Aree'ed *>i|Mt
RcjJing matetid in voca'.ized Essy Hebrew, ar-'J nhn material for
idiviced siudetiis ma) be obtai>u.d through your local Hthrew
Organization or by unu/;g to: Brit lint Olamit, P.OS. 7111,
]etusaltm, Israel,
Published by Brit Ivrit Olamil
'Family of Man" Exhibit Due Here
"Family of Man." an exhibition
of creative photography from New
York's Museum of Modem Art.
will preview to members of the
Joe and Emily Lowe Art Gallery
at Lniversity of Miami on Thurs-
day, Jan. 9. from 8 to 10 p.m.
It will bo on viow to the pub-
lic Jan. TO to Feb. 26, director
C. Clay Aldridge said Tuesday.
An exhibition of European mas-
terpieces from the Sao Paulo. Bra-
i zil. Museum originally planned for
1 December and January has been
! postponed. Aldridge added.
"Family of Man." conceived and
executed by famed photographer
Edward Steichen. has as its theme
the universal oneness of human
beings all over the world. It in-
cludes more than 500 photographs
by 273 photographers from 68
countries.
Friday -'' p.m. Batordaj I IS m.
s.-niMin "Weeklj Portion." Bar Mitx-
.. -..i.i ii.ir\-\ Qraea M<

BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washing-
ton avo. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor
Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamches.
i | :. p in
it: "Th.- Eionlat Community."
m
BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd
.a. Orthodox. Rabbi Aria Becker.
I I |i m SMtur.lav |:M a m
Sermon: "The Four Ar.-!. of Man."

BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid avo.
Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
fcy.
m 9
CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
Conservative.
a a
DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CEN-
TER. 11160 NW 2nd awe. Con-
servative.
Kinl.v |:U p.m. Gaest *i>lritual
l*adei R.ihbi Nathan II Zwitman.
aea: "Judal*m and Chnstuinlty
UrliKion of a Man Hoi n In R*thlehem
and Religion About a Man Itorn In
B*thl*li*in." Moral off. nnt In m*iii-
ori of Rabbi <'olm.ni A. Zwitman. late
pllitu.l l.i.l.-r of T.'ii>|>l* Israel of
Qreater Miami Ouaat omator: Manny
e a e
FLAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW
Slat pi. Conservative. Rabbi Mur
ray A. AUtet.
Prldsg I II |.io OokJea Ait* flub
will be ppaolal eneote Bermon I M
Ae and Rrjuvenatlon Saturday f 3n
m m Bar Mlssvah: Samuel, aon ..i Mi
.hi.1 ill Albert l.ask*.
m 9
FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL,
1801 S. Andrews ave.. Ft. Lauder-
iala. Reform. Rabbi Marius Rarv
son.
e e a
HEBREW ACADEMY. 911 6th
St. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander
1725 Monroe St, Hollywood. Con-
servative. Rabbi Samuel Lerer.
a a e
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI.
MSB Polk at.. Hollywood. Conserv
stive. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor
Yehudeh Hellbraun.
a e
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3191 SW
24th for. Conservative. Rabbi Mor-
ton Malavsky.
rVtda) i and S:l p.n.. Baiiiioo:
Ttolna It OuraeWes.*' One Shablnt
Oat: Jacob llrown In honoi of hi;.
ramlon. Saturday 8 a.m. Bar Mlts-
vah: Matthew Brown, Of New Ited-
foul. Man.
a a a
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehr-
field. Cantor Abraham Self.
Friday J:15 p.m. Saturday l:M <
s.i.in ii "Mow i>n ilrothera Make
I'..,. .?"

MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGA-
TION. 1101 SW 12th ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Berele
Friday l:M I' m Saturday 8:S0 a.m.
Sermon: How I>. You Pray ?" Par
Mluvah: .Melvln, boii of Mi and Mia
l..mii AtlKUkt.

MONTICELLO PARK. 164th at.
and NE 11th ov. Conservaviva.
Rabbi Isaac Lerer. Cantor Jacob
Goldforb.
Friday 1 i..m Harmon: "Principle
Conflrmeil at NATO <>ni- Shabbat
hoala. Mr. and Mr Sam Piste Matin-
day S am Sermon: "Weekly Portion "
liar Mltaviih: Kilwarl. -m ..f Mr. and
Mi i 'ha I ...liliiian.
a a a
NORTH DADE CENTER. 13630
W. Dixie hwy. Conaervative. Rabbi
Henry Okolica. Cantor Maurice
HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS. 951
Flaminpo way. Conservative. Rab-
bi Leo Heim.
1 i n: "Whoaa
Bmrher are TOUT' <*i*x Shaf.l.it
bnala Mr aad M Sat-
urda> Sam. liar MIU\.ih Nell Bloom.
a a o
HOMESTEAD CENTER. 113 NE
th st. Homestead. Conservative,
lojajsftj Gerti officiates.
e
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE BETH
EL. 1645 Polk st., Hollywood. Re-
form. Rabbi Minard Klein.
e e e
HOLLYWOOD BETH SHOLEM
Friday l:1S p.m. Rermon: "Who i*
th* Meiotiab'''' Saturday K a.m. Bar
Mltiyah S'tephnni* and Stephen Baer,
children of Mr. and Mra. Aaron Beer.
|i> N 123i .1 -t fliat aet of twlna to he
ronflnned in the hiatury of the Centrr
NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620
75th at. Conservative. Rabbi Mayor
Abramowiti. Cantor Edward Klein.
Fiday tili p.m. Bermon: "The
Vol.* of th* Campus." satuiday s.to
a in liar Mitiy.ih: Jlmnv. OB of Mr
and Mm. Sidney Te|>er. Bermon
"Weekly Portion.
m a
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER.
715 Washinetoi
SOUTH DADI JEWISH CRN
TER. Reform. Rabbi Herbert M.
ftaumpard.
Friday CIS p.m. at Hlllel House
t'nlveralty of Miami. Sermon: "What
Kind of a Year Haa It H.*nWhat
Kind of a Year Will It Be Bai Uits-
\ah St*v*n. eon of Mr. and Mm. Sol
J. Rappaport.
e a e
SOUTHWEST JEWISH CENTER.
643S SW Sth at. Conservative. Rab-
bi Abraham Levitan.
l-ildav Idt BSS) Sermon "When
Pream- Come Tivs." Bslu day S a.m.
n: "Judah'a Plea."

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144
Chase ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor David Conviser.
Frnl I) Irl5 p.n S. i in. hi u
for I'.j. 1.. .1 i ,,. ,n ,,f th, ('.. i,
i man Chapel f e heduled, In hon-ir
of th- Iala Famuel U
Sholoin \ 1. |n ealden I in I..
a.m. Annual home, omllta
a e _
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701
Washington ave. Conservative.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Is-
rael Reich.
Honuuii
Vi.unit Hi .1. dl
. ..t. I '.-l.- ..in i
for winter
ting mi.- Join, daushioi of Ml ami
Mra Samuel Feldman. V\ iili^m. nun
Veterans an Not AHtcttd
By Iswthtso in Raft
Veterans receiving notis^ry I
connected disability pension'i I
Veterans Admin^a^ e ^
affected by the recent increl
rites of VA disabH.ty cm\
tion for service-connected duitJu"
tics. C W. Bog,,, officer in cC
of the VA office fa, Miam, Jn1
nounced Tuesday. I
Pointing out that only dtsabilitvl
compensation rates have beenevl
creased, Boggs said many peonul
mistakenly think the wartfj .||*
ability pension" and "disfaS
compensation" nuan the <>ill
thing.
CANDUUGH71HG Jim
4 Tevwth 5:19 p.
of Mr. and Mra Ctarlei
nun of Dr. and Mr< ir.tn I
Judith, daurhter o< In- ^
man A. PhllUpf I
tiain: "Weekly PV it n ita, M"iit,"l
Joel, mm of Mn \mx Ha-o.. I
son of Mra. M .rtlm*r I rank ^1
e a
TEMPLE ISRAEL Of GREAT-1
ER MIAMI. 137-NE 19tS St. R*.
form. Rabbi Joseph Nerot. Cinter I
Jacob Bomstein.
It hi.. IcM p i.i Kkul
Poea Judalam ?.l*an U ,1
In honor of Mr .1 l- "
Temple larael rabrn
day 11 a in Bar i: : i I
of Mr. and Mm Edward s >i
a e a
TEMPLE JUDS*. 320 Palermo I
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skop, !
Cantor Herman Gottlieb.
FVIiUn K:I". p.m i
honor lir an-l ,N.f I'.livm.
of Tremont TPmnle S v Ratnnlii
1:41 a in Bar Ultsvah lared -* M '
Mr. an.I Mra. Sa-iu.. M*yrr>
m>n of Mr. and ktr* Ben n Imos-
kerc.
9 0 9
TEMPLE NCR TAMID. To be
erected at 00th st. and Tatum wattr.
way.

TEMPLE SINAI of North Miami.
131st st. and NE. 6th avo. Re-
M. Wallech.
TEMPLE ZtON. 5720 SW IPtb
it. Conservative. Rabbi ANrsd
Waimtn.
^'rlday S:a p,m > iin.
In R1l1on." Rotor "a\ a l'r
Mllsvah- Donald, aon ot Mr and Jin.
Howard SoMinger.
e o e
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 4600 H.
Miami ave. Conservative Rabbi
Abraham Her son. Cantor Albert
Giants.
Fn.lav :J0 p.m. Bermon V'ielnr
and Ac. .-|.tin< Truth." < hoaU Mr and .Mr- ljir> V oil. n
honor of new-la.in W*nd\
Baturdai S a.m. S*rnmn h.mily
I'nliyStrength of a P......I-
i a i
TORAH TEMPLE. 1254 Wad
ave. American Judaism. Rabbi
Abraham Cassel.
O e a
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. **
Zamora ave. Conservative. Rabbi
B. Loon Hurwitx. Cantor Rudolph
Brill.
day 1:18 i> m. Sermoi
Children Ask Raturda)
AMIKKAH ISKAM
RELIGIOUS STORE
1357 WASHINGTON AVE.
MIAMI BEACH JE '-T*
A BIO SELECTION OF
CHANUKAH MENORA"S
made in larael and in the Ststea
String ensemble opened Friday at new Deauville hotel is
headed by (left) Louis Adler and includes Joe Leiler at piano
and violinist Max Miller.
rnWIBI ItODTCW BOOR STOTC
1MB Waahmgton Ave.
Miami Beach JE S-3S40
Hebrew fteligieu* Supplies for
Syneaoguet. School* a\ Private Use
ISRAELI a\ DOMESTIC QlFTS
Rabbi Dr. Tibor H. Stem
311 Washington Ave, M B.
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*Jenisti fkridkir
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Philip, son of Mrs. Mortimer
Frank, will become Bar Mitz-
vah at Saturday morning ser-
vice oi Temple Emanu-El. Dr.
Irving Lehrman will officiate.
Philip is a seventh grade stu-
dent'at Nautilus and attends
Temple Emanu-El religious
school.
Joel, son of Mrs. Ann Barocas,
will become Bar Mitzvah at
Saturday mominq service of
Temple Emanu-El. Dr. Irving
Lehrman will officiate. Joel is
a vice president of seventh
?rade class at Miami Beach
unior High and a member of
volley ball team of Miami
Beach Recreation Depart-
ment He attends Temple
Emanu-El religious school.
Receptions Honor
Melvin August
Melvin Donald, son ot Mr. and
Mi- UNlil August, 60 Samana dr..
will become Bar Mitzvah Saturday.
i"' 28, at Miami Hebrew Congre-
gation. Rabbi Simon April will of
ficiate, and Cantor Berele Kelemer
will render the musical portion of
the service .
Melvin. a seventh grade student
at Shenandoah Junior Ugh, where
he excels in athletics, ha- attended
religious classes at Miami Hebrew
Congregation and is a member of
Young Judaea.
He is a grandson of the late Ger-
I shon Aucust and the late Abraham
Kohns, pioneer residents of Miami.
Kiddush in his honor will be held
following the services. A reception
and dinner will be attended by the
family at the Saxony hotel Sunday.
Among out-of-town guests attend-
ing will be Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
I August, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sch-
wartz, and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Schwartz, all of Rhode Island; Mr.
and Mrs. Julian Littauer. of Balti-
more, Md.; and Dr. and Mrs. Dave
Levin, Dallas, Tex.
MflVfN AUGUST
Jimmy, son oi Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney Teper. 745 84th st.
will become Bar Mitevah Sat-
urday morning. Dec. 28. at
North Shore Jewish Center.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
will officiate. Jimmy is a stu-
dent in religious school of
Center and attends Nautilus
Junior High.
NEIL HOOM
Neil to Assist
Rabbi Leo Heim
Rappaport Will
Be Bar Mitzvah
Steven Jay. son of Mr and Mrs.
Sol J. Rappaport. 6091 SW 11th
St., will become Bar Mitzvah Fri-
day evening, Dec. 27. at Hillel
House on the University of Miami
, campus. Rabbi Herbert Baum-
! gard will officiate.
Steven is an eighth grade student
at West Miami Junior High and at-
tends the Sunday school of South
Dade Jewish Center. He is a mem
ber of junior organization of the
National Federation of Temple
Youth and a First Class Scout of
Troop 308.
He is the great-grandson of Rev_
Solomon Rappaport, rabbi and
cantor of the West End Synagogue
of New York City, and is a direct
descendant of Rabbi Solomon Ju-
dah Loeb Rappaport. grand chief
rabbi and religious leader ot Pra-
gue, Austria.
Among out-of-town guests expect
ed to attend are Mrs. Louis Rappa-
port and daughter, Natalie, grand-1
mother and aunt, and Mrs Jack)
Levy and children. Ned and Mar-
jorie. all from Teaneck. N.J. Also
expected are Mrs. Charles Schloss-
man. grandmother, and Mrs Re-
becca Schlossman and Miss Leah
Levy, great-grandmother and
Poem Given
Newer Slant
NKW YORKi JTAA line from
one of the world's most famous
-. The New Colossus." by
h poetess Emma Lazarus,
has been el minated as "offensive"
from a plaque at ldlewild Airport,
it was disclosed this week.
The line is "The wretched refuse
of your teeming shore." It was or-
dered deleted from an inscription
of the poem on orders of Austin J.
Tobin. executive director- of. thi?
Nov. York Port Authority, which
operates the huge airfield.
Instead of the five lines which
appear on th- base of the Statue
of Liberty which have been mem-
orized by countless thousands of
school chil'-'-en. on'v tour lines
appear on the ldlewild plaque.
Mr. Tobin said the deleted line
-had meaning durmg the mass
: migrations of the 19th century but
it has no meaning now and might
be offensive to the fine people
of Europe they might not regard
themselves as 'wretched refuse.' *
IRA SiECAL
Neil Baxter, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Abe Bloom, will become Bar Mitz-
vah Saturday, Dec. 28. at the Hia-
leah-Miami Springs Jewish Center.
Rabbi Leo Heim will officiate.
Rabbis on TV Will
Air New Year Celebrations
Rabbi David Herson, of Beth
Emeth Synagogue, and Rabbi Her-
bert Baumgard. director of the
South Florida Council of the Union
of American Hebrew Congrega
tions and spiritu.-l leader of the
South Dade Jewish Center, will
appear on ch. 7 Sunday, 10:30 a.m.
in the program. 'The Still Small
Voice."
They will discuss the differences
in New Year celebrations as ob-
served by various nations and re-
ligious groups._____________
V
MAftTtN UVINf
school for the past four vears^He
successfully passed the Bar Mitz-
vah examination administered by
the Bureau of Jewish Education of
Greater Miami and is an eighth
grade student at Kinloch Park Jun-
ior High.
At Kinloch. he is a member of
the school chorus. Neil was recent-
ly initiated as a member into he
Temples United Synagogue Youth
group.
He will assist Rabbi Heim during
the services in addition to h.s
chanting of the enure Bar Mitz
vah portion and the reading from
Torah. Mr. and Mrs. Bloom
Si host a reception following the
.wvicesjnJonorjMh^
He's Bar Mitxvah
At Beth David
Martin Jerome, son of Mr. J
Mrs. Harry Levine g""
.. will become Bar wiuvm
Rosenberg will officiate.
333382
y6\" h1 ?s a seventh grade stu-
runtrMt-Be^echtandMr.
rs^rBhwaasdrPUtsburg,
P'patema, ^andmother is Mrs.
Blanche Lcvine, of Miami o
uevy. si's- ------
great-aunt. Jackson Heights. L.i- and ,rienas i>
Mrs Rappaport is president of New York City.
B'nai BTith Women of Coral
Gables, and Mr. Rappaport is im-
mediate past President of Coral
Gables B'nai Br.th Lodge, ice
Neil has been attending religious esident of the Men Council of
' South Florida, and National B nai
Guests to Fete
Ira Siegal
Ira. son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Zane Siegal. 2501 SW 1st ave.. will
become Bar Mitzvah Saturday
Dec 28, at Beth David Congrega-
tion'. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg wffl
officiate, with Cantor William Lip-
son rendering the musical portion
of the service.
The Bar Mitzvah is an eighth
grade student at Shenandoah Jun-
ior High, and has attended Beth
David religwus school for the past
five vears. Kiddush in his honor
will follow the services.
Among out-of-town ^" ""
peeted to attend will be relatives
S friends from Cuba. Canada and
1WB Scholarships
Top 1957 Listing
a> NEW YORK Nearly three
times the number of scholar-
ships and work-study plans are
available for young men and wo-
men interested in YMHA and Jew-
ish Community Center work as a
career than was available a year
ago the Bureau of Personnel and
Training of the National Jewish
Welfare Board announced this
week.
The biggest increase is in the
1 number of work study plans, which
this vear number 24 as compared
with last years number of three.
Work-study plans are arrange-
ments which make it possible for
students to be employed by an
agency and obtain their profession-
1 al social work education at the
same time.
Miami EHticol Society
nr George Beauchamp spoke
Sunday at a meetina of the Miami
R'nai Ethical Society at Koubek Center.
South Florida, and National Bna., Eh >ca ^^ CmW Me>.
B'rith bowling chairman for D-|I.?P
trict 5. _______________________________________
Edison Center Bronch of Dade
Federal Slates Assn. Open House
2 sarA*s SM*KS
Center branch office o i
Scholarship plans **'
number 20, compared with last
y..r's 10. There ere two loans
available this year, while last
year there was only one. Scholar-
ships available have a total vak*
of $55,000, while work-study
plans have a total value of moro
than $100,000.
Further information and a com-
plete detailed listing, are available
from the JWB Bureau of Personnel
and Training. 145 E. 32nd St.. New
York 16. NY.
JWB is the national association
0( YMllAs and Jewish Community
Cuw and also the government,
accredited agency for serving the
MiilMl<. morale and welfare.needs
of Jewish personnel in the L.s>.
Armed Forces.
Center brancn uu.= ---;.
era, at 5800 NW 7th ave. offf.c.aUy
SawssgS
Center officials on *- "J1 take
place Friday evening. Jan. J, iro.
6 to 8 p.m.
Entertainment. ""SoAS
will be lavors >v children
mm
tion.
"Bach tlmo we ope" -
SSStriS
Ssfeaawg?

ess from 9 am to 8 a* the
first 10 days of January and tt
will include Saturday. Jan. me
S of hf month, business hours
wH be 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.. Witt
The usual 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Fn-
days.
-mvitations are going out to^ev-
eryone in the area. Upton sauL
-but if anyone is missed, dor wa.
bu, we weJcome all who might wish
SvS our beautiful new buiMmg.
We think it's worth going a long
way to see."
and Saturday, Jan. 3 "a
b. ,he visit of Fr"^.*;"Cr
i.r WTVJ teovislon an-
gssfcass
lw TV series "I Sreh *T.*
includf* ma croup of Barber
SqSSt&V.. style.
^no' ..cweet Adelines.
knF:om amoTg the Fabian Storey
musicians who will play for the
crowd? throughout the evening.
5H do some individual numbers.
A highlight of the evening will
be the songs of Shirley and Ruby.
, ^ter known on the Cracker Jim
TV Show as the Honeycombs. The
Tirst 500^ ladies to attead the open
house will receive a miniature Ha-
!.. orchid flown in direct.from
Honolulu, especially for this oc
casion.
RONALD UPTON


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Friday, December 27.
UJA Award Goes To Federation
A special national award from
the United Jewish Appeal ha* been
presented to the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation for topping all
Its previous fund-raising efforts in
the 1957 Combined Jewish Appeal
drive.
Ceremonies took place at the re
I cent United Jewish Appeal nation-
jal conference in New York City.
I where UJA natior.al chairman Jos-
eph Holuman, of Detroit, present-
! ed the hand-embossed parchment
| -icroll to Dr. Morris Goodman, 1958
[CIA campaign chairman.
Thirtv-two other IS cities set
Youngest Branch Moves to New
Home as Added Customer Service
JOStPH L1PT0S
At B a m Thursday. Jan 2. the
newest, most modern landmark in
the community o'. Edison Center
open ttl doors officially for
- a: =&<> NW 7th a\e B
proof that "Miami Magic" la
; around leral Sai
-! branch
\ !.- modern c.
The Ed; r branch of.'ice
<"-al has operated in
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United and iiibstantial growth
:- i: b< servtcea o:
the nec-
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branch already serves better than
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award marks the second national
recognition of Federation's sccom-
.plishments in recent months.
---------------.
8.500 savers and home loan mem-
. bers. and that family increases
leach day. Resources have already
reached a total of nearly $10 mil-
lion.
In ittle more than three years
the Dad* Federal Edison Center
branch has emeroed from a
hopeful infant to a full cjrewn
fi SSSSCHI institution in its own
riht. The confidence of Joseph
M. Lipton, president of Oade !
Federal, and his board of direc-
ors in the future growth of the
community has been justified.
>v error? of operations of the
branch from the leased quarters.
.-.ally across the
M wore un-
E :ce to members
ha co-.tinued as usual
1 ptoo said tha: he third
OT have built for
rtcea we always start
in leae.1 Quarte: .if our
idence m the area where we
locate a branch is justified It u.-u
takes a few years to find out
hon wrong or right we were in
our choice. So far all of our branch
locations have been rnzht
"Folks rt-iding in the respective
areas have wanted the serv.ees vvc
brought out to them and it i> the
same old story of convenience In
a growing center like Greater Mi-
ami, needs become more phenome-
nal by the day.
"Traffic congestion can't help
but deter people from going too
far from home except for the ne-
cessity of going to and from
work. For all other requirements
they like to stick pretty close to
home. Dade Federal therefore
took its services out to them, and
the results have been remark-
able.
"Our new Edison Center branch
will have everything we can give it
to make our services as convenient,
safe, efficient and as comfortable
as possible. We are living up to the
two primary functions our charter'
calls for to provide economical |
home financing for all," Lipton
emphasized.
Dade Federal Savings, with the
main office located in downtown
Miami at 45 NE 1st ave., has two
other branches. The Allapattah
branch at 1400 NW 36th st. opened
in 1949. and the Tamiami branch
at 1901 SW 8th st. opened in 1952.
Combined resources of the four of- i
fires'are $115 million. They serve
a total of 75.000 members in the
Dade county area.
Besides Lipton. other board mem
bers are Charles Beatty, vice pres-
ident treasurer; Leo Robinson, vice '
president: Gus Feuer, general
counsel: George A. Price, Samuel
Lipton and Leonard Barr
Other senior officers include i
Ronald A Lipton, assistant to the
president: Milford L. Clements, I
secretary: Albert ('. Elkins, as-'
sistant vice president-cashier; and
Krwin Allen, comptroller.
Branch managers are Ted Wert-
heimer. assistant secretary for the
Tamiami branch; Charles J. Sum-1
iin rs, assistant secretary for the
Edison Center branch; and Nor-i
man Hodges, assistant cashier is
acting manager for the Allapattah
office.
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Friday, Doccmber 27, 1957
*Jeisli HoriJjan
DAYEMU
BY HENRY LEONARD
"It shouldn't be a total loss, Doctor, maybe
you know a fine young man for my daughter
Becky?" ----------
<".,-*. itHf !,,-.- 9,;%.\i,
Miomian Underwrites Book
Gifts to U.S. Chaplains
In connection with the observ-
a1C-f1 Chanka, the National Jew-
ish Welfare Board sent to each full-
ime Jewish chaplain in this coun-
try and overseas a copy of the
recenilypublished, 'Why I am a
Jew,' by noted rabbi and scholar
Dr. David de Sola Pool, of the
>pamsh and Portuguese Syna-
gogue, Xew York.
Tre books were purchased by
Morris Sugarman, of Miami, who
made the cor.ation in memory of
his wife.
- ',VVR .is ,ne agency, which
through irs Commission on Jewish"1
Chaplaincy, recruits and endorses'
Jewish chaplains and supplies
them with their religious
! terials.
ma-
David lapof. Kosher Butcher,
Succumbs at Age of 54
David Lapof, 54, of 8227 Crespi
blvd., died Dec. 16. A member of
J. A. Cantor Associates, Inc., a real
estate firm, he was a Zionist and
a member of the Guardian chap **.., n.rncr
ter of B'naJ B'rith, the Free- Sons of J^^iiT'SSiS "^^
Israel, and Agudalh Israel Hebrew
Institute.
He formerly owned Lapnf's Kosh-
er Meat and Poultry Market.
Surviving are his wife, Sally; two
j daughters, Judi and Mrs. Susan
Shankin: two brothers, including
Benjamin; and three sisters.
Services were Dec. 17 at River-
side Beach Memorial Chapel, with
further services and burial in New
York City.
Dr. Zalman Isaac Sabshin,
65. of 3760 Royal Palm ave.,
died Dec. 21. A resdent here
17 years, he was a member
of board of directors of Miami
Beach Zionist District and
active in Combined Jewish
Appeal. He was author of a
book of Jewish poetry. He is
survived by his wife, Sonia;
daughter, Mrs. Bella T. Temb-
hin; son. Dr. Melvin; and two
grandchildren. Services were
Dec. 22 at Riverside-Beach
Memorial Chapel, with burial
in Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
Albert Klein, 50, Dies Here
Was Knights of Pythias Exec.
Albert Klein, 50, of 5131 W. Flag-
ler st., died Dec. 22. A resident
here seven years, he was a former
chancellor of Miami Knights ol
Pythias Lodge 186 and had been
elected president of the Florida
State Guild of Dental Laboratories
last month. He operated a dental
laboratory.
Surviving are his wife. Grace;
two sons, Michael and Donald; a
daughter. Ellen; two brothers and
three sisters.
Services were Dec. 23 at Gordon
Funeral Home, with burial in Chi-
cago.
New Year Event
To Feature Stars
What promises to be the top
! sprint stakes event of the Tropical
Park meeting will be the $10,000
added New Year's Handicap, fea-
ture event of the nine-race morn-
ing program at the Bird rd. oval
Jan. 1.
Twenty one have been nominat-
ed for the race, including all of the
topflight speedsters on the
grounds. The New Year's may pro-
duce the first meeting between
Barbizon and Fabius, racing in
separate interests.
Barbizon's new owner, Warner L.
ase
for the race, Fabius. winner by a
nose over Little Hermit in his first
outing at the meeting, has also been
nominated by trainer H. A. Jones.
The list also Include* Leo Ed-
wards' King liairan, the Florida-
bred stepper, which is now being
trained by Johnny Nerud; Happy
Hill Farm's Kingmaker; Wheatley
Stable's Gray Phantom, a double
stakes winner at the meeting; and
Pine Echo. Eddie Siravo's winner
of the Inaugural Handicap.
Inspecting modern therapy equipment at Jewish Home for
Aged is Dr. Morris Goodman (center), chairman of 1958 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal. Abe Kurman (right) is president of
Home. Dr. Goodman plans to visit all local beneficiaries of
CJA, to map toura for members of campaign cabinet. Nurse
Mrs. Jeanie Dare explains therapsutic treatment.
Leaders Reeiected To JointDC Board
A number of Greater Miami Jew-
ish community leadersmany of
whom hold prominent posts in the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
have been reeiected to the board
of directors of the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee. The election took
place at the recent 43rd annual
meeting of the JDC in New York
City.
Continuing to serve on the board
of directors are Stanley C. Myers
and William D. Singer, former
Federation presidents. Reeiected
were Ehiel Lesowodcr, Kurt Peiser
and Jacob Sher.
Those who now hold membership
on the JDC National Council are
Mrs. Louis Altschul, Mrs. Maurice
Baskin. Sam Beckerman, Jack ear-
ner, Charles H. Fruchtman. Morris
Lansburgh, David Levinson, Abe
Mailman, Max Orovitz, Lawrence
Sapero. Sidney Ansin. Irving Cypen,
Ben Danbaum, Mrs. Louis Glas-
ser. Sam A. Goldstein. Sam Gross-
man, Leon Jacobs.
Howard Kane. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man. Sam Levenson, Jack Murav-
chick, David Phillips, Joseph M.
Rose, Arnold Seeder. Carl Weinkle,
Mrs. Arnold Perlstein, William
Agranove. Baron de Hirsch Meyer,
Joseph Duntov. Leo Eisenstein,
Rabbi Leon Kronish. Harold Sha-
piro and Harry Sirkin.
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business, under the fictitious name dom, itorsic sai.iin' OP m-'.Ai'TY
at S7S1 B.W. -7th Ave., Miami Intend*
in register said name with the clerk
of the Circuit Court* of Dade County,
Florida.
CHARLES POST
12/27, 1/1-10-11
DPhiE's Meet Saturday
Greater Miami Alumni Assn. of
Delta Phi Epsilan sorority will hold
its annual holiday party for all vis-
iting and local DPhiE's Saturday.
1:30 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Her-
bert Bernstein. 4940 N. Michigan
ave. Hostesses will be the Mes-
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Sokol. Gerald Menaker. and Miss
Myrna Morton.
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THE ORTHODOX VAAD HAKASHRUTH of FLORIDA
Rabbi Dr. Itaac Hirsh Evtr, Director
FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS extends.
ycu a most hearty wish for a HAPPY and HEALTHY NEW YEAR, on be-
half of the entire FOOD FAIR family. We pledge our future efforts to-
ward maintaining the high standards we have set. Your faith in our
ability to bring you the very finest in KOSHER MEAT & POULTRY at
the lowest prices is our most treasured possession.
FINEST QUALITY! LARGEST VARIETY! LOWEST PRIi
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