The Jewish Floridian

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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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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
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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AA00010090:01563

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le 32 Number 3
Combinmi THi JEWISH UNITY owl THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida, Friday, January 17, 1958
Price 20c?
irate Votes Middle East Policy Probe;
Demo leaders in Foreign Relations Parley
. JTABy Dlrtet Taletvu Wir. AY
L^. M NOTON-US- *"" ,n MW* E..t. including rota-
tion, w.th l.r..l a*d th. Arab .,.,.,. |. Mcttd to J, 23* ta .
high level review tf tar.ig* p.lley vot^ W1^tw.^<; Tu.tZVy the
Sonata For.ign R^atJon. Conwnitt... Y *h*
Th. CMtmiHit approved resolution by S.n. Wayne Mors., Or.-
ton D.n,.,, tar chairman Thowtar. F. Gr.on, Rbod. hW D.mo-
work L"*"? ? ,l4m*mb*r obe~""i"- Th. subcommith,. will
work out po|,e|.. and p,oc.dur... Th. tail c.mmitt.. rt.ins .,
pow^ .y.r subcommittee roeomm.nd.tion..
^WESTERN IMPERIALIST ACCOMPLICE'
sin. jacoi javits
Amulet* rtctmmtmdathmt
Ivits Given
10 Role
SHINGTON (JTA) Sen.
K. Javits, New York Repub-
has been assigned the key
if "rapporteur" of NATO ef-
to organize economic aid
Ie Middle East and other un-
k\ eloped areas.
airman Theodore F. Green, of
Senate Foreign Relations
iittee, designated Sen. Jav-
Tapportaur" of American
ts through NATO to aid areas
tie the NATO structure.
nefitting nations would in-
> such countries as Israel and
lArab states. Sen. Javits is
I serving, in effect, as chair-
of a NATO parliamentary
pmic committee coordinating
for the entire multi-national
am envisaged.
Senator will help develop
ican recommendations to
NATO members. Another
9oa, in his broader NATO
nentary committee role, will
olicy delineation.
Moscow Links Emigration Bar
To Israel's Expansion Policies'
rrJR1Ji^<,JTA)rFOr th* irst Ume 8ince the Sovict Uni" began its
current n(Msrae propaganda campaign, a Communist publication
>w!ae, d,T"y "nked SViet re8tricti0^ on emigration to Ui wttb
alleged Israel "expansion policies."
The new line appeared in a new+--------------------------------------------
attack published in the latest issue
of the "Mezhdounarodnaia Zhizn.
official Soviet organ devoted to
foreign affairs, which reached
Paris. The article charged that
"Israel ambitions were to occupy
the entire area between the Suez
Canal and the Persian Gulf."
Severely condemning these al-
leged ambitions, the publication as
serted that the Soviet Union would
discourage Israel from action to
achieve these "ambitions" by all
possible means, including "restric-
tions on the emigration of Jews to
Israel." The article quoted a num-
ber of alleged letters from immi
grants who found themselves disap-
pointed with Israel conditions.
In another aspect of th* cam-
paign, the Sovtat radio tar the
first Hmo in years broadcast a
talk en racial discrimination in
th. Soviet Union. Th. broadcast
admitfod that "certain discrim-
inations havo existed among the
uncultured masses" but that
these discriminations were now
under control.
Meanwhile Radio Moscow con-
tinued its attacks this week on Is-
rael, asserting that "certain circles
in Israel are striving to push the
Continued en Page t A
Tension Rises as Israelis
tefute Hungary's Charges
rJERUSALEM- r "Mtton in Budapest had falsified passports and engaged
iner illegal activities were categorically rejected here by a spokes-
I for the Israel Foreign Ministry.
The charges included allegations that the Legation members also
,, !rv mney ,0 f0re'nr8 Hungary and to Hungarian na-
is. They were contained in a protest from the Hungarian Foreign
Pstry to the Israel Legation in Budapest.
In Budapest. Israels Minister Y. Tuval called at the Hungarian
*m Ministry and oraUy rejected the charges contained in the Hun-
n note last weekend.)
Th. Im-mI Foreran Ministry spokesman carefully avoided dis-
la't"!! 'V^infl bowt ***** of the Hungarian protest beyond
f* r.adb#*n Publicized by the Hungarian announc.rn.nt. The For-
undedI H>fc#,m-n mW ^Hon. wor. "completely
LLhe. no*e> whicb w*s handed to the Israel Foreign Ministry during
U *th *urpnsed P"'cl observers here who said that in recent
fr r?u bwn indic"ons of improved Israel-Hungarian rela
'rom the low point of last October. At that time, the Hungarian
Conrtnved on Page 2A
Compensation
Stays Same,
Bonn Pledges
BONN -UTA)- West German
Chancellor Konrad Adenauer has
assured leaders of an organization
of victims of the Hitler regime
that there would be no change in
German commitments to pay res-
titution to Jews who suffered under
the Nazis.
Hans J. Unger, chairman of the
Central Assn. of Democratic Resis-
tance Fighters, reported that at a
birthday reception for the Chan-
cellor. Dr. Adenauer took leader.-,
of the group aside for 15 minutes
to discuss the implications of re-
cent statements by Justice Minis
ter Fritz Schaeffer who called for
limiting the amount of restitution
to Jewish victims.
Or. Adenauer said ho had not
discussed the matter with Horr
Schaaftar. H. added that ho was
disturbed over the play the Ger-
man pr.ss had given the Justice
Minister's predictions that the
burden of restitution would ad-
versely affect Derm's financial
position.
Finance Ministry officiate re-
ported that the West German gov-
ernment has paid out the equiv-
alent of $1,300,000,000 in the five
years since it initiated its restitu-
tion program. They include in the
overall restitution picture the re-
parations paid to Israel under the
terms of the Luxemburg Pact and
restitution to non-Jewish victims
of the Nazis as well as Jewish
claimants.
Carl Weinkle will be chair-
man of 1958 Combined Jew-
ish Apoeol inaugural dinner
scheduled lor Fontainebleau
hotel Feb. 2. Traditional so-
cial event will op^n CJA'a
20th annual campaign lor 50
local, national, and overseas
causes, including State ol Is-
rael.
The review will take place in the
! coming months.
Meanwhile plans were announ-
ced here for an overall review and
evaluation of U.S. foreign and de-
fense pjlicics. including Middle
Eastern aspects, by the advisory
I committee on foreign policy of the
Democratic Party Advisory Coun-
cil. The advisory body, under the
chairmanship of former Secretary
|ot State Dean Acheson. will meet
, here on Jan. 20 for foreign policv
deliberations.
Among members of the Demo-
cratic Advisory Committee on For-
eign Policy are president Irving M.
Engcl, of the American Jewish
Committee; Benjamin V. Cohen,
former U.S. delegate to the United
Nations; Abraham Feinberg. New
York business executive; former
Sen. Herbert H. Lehman; and S.
Ralph Lazius, chairman of the
board of Benrus Watch Company,
New York City.
The foreign p licy committee
will discuss and prepare papers
and recommended drafts of policy
statements lor consideration by the
top Democratic Advisory Council,
which meets in February.
CJA Will Recommend
$2 Million Plus Goal
?. n^ -SiJnS! SUm W m<"i0n P'* wi" *oort,v remm.nd.d
to th. Oroatar Mm* Uwith Fod.rat.on tar approval ., th. 195. goal
Sfifrsfsi?? Afp#ai' cja ch*irm-n r- *" g~*
told torn. 200 leaders meeting Sunday at th. McAllister hotel.
The sum is for support of six
'KHPri/l'
Greater Miami CJA agencies, as
well as for SO national and over-
seas causes and the State of Israel.
Tone of the Sunday meeting,
which served as a campaign lead-
ership orientation, was set by Col.
Basil Herman, who indicated that
Israel refuses to impose a quota on
immigration despite the fact that
she is burdened with a staggering I BOSTON 'JTA) The Jewish
financial debt of more than $100 jComm" million and is faced with an unpre- Boston opposes a new bill in
cedented inflow of 80.000 new i,he 8,ate '*B''ture which would
refugees.
Col. Herman is
Faifh on License
Rapped in Boston
_m Israeli war
hero and vice consul, who made
a special flight to Miami to address
the 200 leaders.
Although Israel accepted over
80,000 Jewish refugees in 1937 out
Continued on Pa*. 7 A
require a statement of religious af-
filiation on the license certificates
of Massachusetts automobile driv-
ers.
Sponsors of the bill contend it
would be helpful to know the relig-
ion of drivers so that, in the event
of a fatal accident, the proper
I clergyman could be advised.
Bill May Affect Ritual Slaughter
NEW YOBK -(JTA)- Ortho-
dox Jewish leaders alerted
American Jews to the danger of
a possible passage by Congress
of a bill which may affect shechi-
tah. A warning to this effect was-
issued this week by the Union of
Orthodox Rabbis of the United
States and Canada and by Dr.
Isaac Lewin, leader of Agudath
Israel of America.
The bill, introduced during the
first half of the 85th Congres-
sional session, is scheduled to
come up before the House of
Representatives the last of this
month. It favors compulsory
.-tunning of animals prior to
slaughter and prescribes special
handling procedures. Shechitah
calls for the killing of an animal
with a quick thrust of a knife.
Dr. L.win, who is protassor
of Jewish history at Y.shiva
Univesity and often appears
borer, th. United Nations on
matters dealing with human
rights, termed th. situation re-
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fs Palmer
; Palmer has been elected
pwrtent of Miami National
rold Thurman, president,
a- native of Newark, O.,
wn in banking circles in
irn and Midwest areas.
st a quarter of a century
experience, he will head
department of Miami
lank.
coming to Miami Pal-
executive vice president
izens Savings Baak and
any of Hamilton, O.,
he recently resigned to
new assignment.
[was an active member of
Methodist Church, Assn.
eree and Industry, Ki-
Scouts of America and
the fund drives for Red
litcd Fund, local hospital
others. He was also a
' Hamilton City Club and
Motor Boat Club.
Warning the local group that
the world Jewish community is
fast disappearing," he told the
gathering that three and one-half
million Jews in pre-Hitler Poland
had been reduced to a mere 40 -
000. Of theae, 30,000 now hope
to come to larael. The burden
of their rescue rests squarely u*v
on UJA and the local U.S. cam-
paign, such as Miami's Combined
Jewish Appeal, he said.
Berinstein lauded the Miami
drive for being the first in the
country to get underway in 1958
and urged local Jewry to assume
their share of the national UJA
Rescue Fund of $100 million, as
well as the regular campaign' for
Miami and'national welfare
causes.
What sort of man is the new
general chairman? What is the
unique make-up of Morris W.
Berinstein, of Syracuse, the big
man with the great heart?
A tall tireless man with a tre-
mendous talent for making
friends and influencing people to
give money for the rescue of Jews
and their settlement in Israel, he
has devoted himself to raising
funds for the life-saving cam
paigna of the United Jewish Ap-
peal oa local, state and national
rVe-fwn Croup Meeting
Eli Schneiweiss is chairman of
a pre-teen group meeting at Dade
Heights Jewish Community Center
18100 NW 2nd ave., Tuesday eve-
ning. Children ages 9 through 12
are eligible to attend.
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Ta head the UJA In meatino
its go* It throve* the 1958
drive, American Jewish leader-
ship unanimously ashed the si*-
foet-thrae-incH Berinstein to e-
cea* the general chairmanship
fram retirinaj William R waW, who lad the UJA threvah
three brilliant campaigns in
IMS, 19M and 1937.
Berinstein was born 51 years
ago in Albany, N.Y. Upon his
graduation from high school, he
worked for a local furniture
store, and later opened his own
furniture sales business with
headquarters in Syracuse, N.Y.
But for a long time business
has taken a back aeat to the work
Morris Berinstein is doing for the
Jewish people. He haa even
moved his home to New York City
from Syracuse, so that he can be
near national UJA headquarters.
His vigor, combined with out-
standing speechmaking, and or-
ganizing ability quickly brought
Morris Berinstein into the nation-
al leadership of the UJA following
the conclusion of World War II,
when the UJA embarked on its
first $100 million campaign.
He served as regional chair-
man for Now York State and
in 1951 was invited by Edward
M. M. Warburg, upon the let-
ter's election as general chair-
man, to became chairman of
the UJA national campaign
cabinet.
Following his two years of dis-
tinguished leadership of the cab-
inet, Berinstein was elected a na-
tional chairman of the UJA In^
1953, and in 1957 he was elected
president of the UJA. He is the
fourth UJA general chairman, fol-
lowing three of the greatest
names in American Jewry in that
position: William Rosenwald, Ed-
ward M. M. Warburg, and Henry
Morgenthau, Jr.
Berinstein's efforts for UJA
have meant many days and
weeks away from his lovely wife,
the former Elsa Symansky, of
troy, N.Y., and their 14-year-old
daughter, Beth Ann. His son, Ed-
ward, the father of the Berin-
steins' two granddaughters, is in
business with him.
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* Jewish fk>rMian
K
Data Published on US Jews
)RK fterican Jewry plays in
le throughout the world
led in a survey publish-.
[by World Jewish Con-|
suVey established that1
pre and development of
sh community in the
[ates is of decisive im-;
r'lhe future of the Jew-
Re" because more than
fjcws of the world a*e
lrnorica-*moSt 'fit 'them '
B
id by Prof. Morris Gins-
he University of London,
stresses that Jewish de-i
is in the United States
ily complex" and that
they attract wide attention. Prof.
Ginsberg summarizes the situa-
tion of. the Jews in the United
States as follows:
The Jewish population in the
U.S.A. exceeds five million, the
latest estimate being 5,200.000.
Roughly 40 percent live in New
York City. About 75 percent are
now American bom, though prob-
ably hardly more than 10 percent
can claim a residence of more
than' two generations:
The Jewish population is said
to be predominantly middle class.
By this is meant partly that Jews
have shared in, the general post-
war prosperity' and partly that
Jews have moved increasingly in-
ZOA District Earmarks Apr. 24
rea-Wide Israel Anniversary Fete
Beach .lewrv will cele- that "Zionism throughout the Uni-
)th birthday the | ted States, and especially the ZOA,
ipr. 24, the Miami Beach
bistrict voted here.
[of lyar, the date m 1948
the Jewish State pro-
is independence, falls on
|pr. 25
rid S. Andron, president
?-member district, said
f of directors also voted to
m any community-wide
ned for May 14 by the
uncil of South Florida or
nization.
r Zionist organizations in
|rida and every Jewish or
in Miami Beach will be
"cooperate in the Apr. 24
Dr. Andron said.
Kami Beach auditorium
il committtt head-
M 0$p, Jack Fishman
IsM Schwartz will select
F* *- Or. Andron said.
Bobbins, national vice
of the Zionist Organiza-
the board meeting at the
IT. and Mrs. Joseph Alter
is resurgent as never before since
the 60th jubilee convention in New
York last September."
Ossip. vice president and pro-
gram chairman of the rfisfricl, out-
lined plans for the next six months,
culminating with a May 27 meet-
ing. The board also voted to'sup-
port the American Zionist Fund
dinner slated for Mar. 30.
Benjamin Appel and Fishman
were selected as co-chairmen of the
district's Jewish National Fund
committee, and Burton Lobel and
Al Snerman were named to head
the group's radio committee.
Lazere Addresses Chapter
Haskeil Lezere. director of the
Southeastern region of the Amer-
ican Jewish Congress, was prin-
cipal speaker at a meeting of the
men's chapter Wednesday evening
at the Rooey Plaza hotel.
Special report was by Fred
Barad on pending actvities of the
American Jewish Congress legal
division. Harry Levy, president,
conducted the meeting.
GORDON X^X
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MAMir GORDON, PresJeesf
ME CORDON, FeawraJ Director
to the professional and salaried
employments. The old Jewish
working class has all but disap-
peared. On the other hand, large
numbers have entered the skilled
; mechanical crafts and, in this
; sense, there has been a process of
"laborization." It is worth noting
,that a greater proportion of
American Jews have a college
' education than American non-
|ic*s f./;2n?P.a..raM*. 8_*yuw...
1 generally.
* As Jaws become more
"middla class" they share In
I the general shift of the popula-
I tien towards the suburbs. Thay
ara moving away rapidly from
tha areas of "sacond settlement"
and are founding new commu-
nities on tha periphery of the
great cities. In some of tha new
suburban settlements the Jaws
constitute a majority of tha pop-
ulation; in others they are in a
tiny minority. Everywhere, how-
aver. In these areas, there Is
said to be a greater mingling
between Jewish and non-Jewish
residents than in the cities and
a greater approximation of liv-
ing standards and patterns of
life.
Jews have also taken part in
the general drift of the population
toward the Pacific Coast and some
parts of the South. In 1955 there
were 325,000 Jews in Los Angeles
and 65,000 in Miami. Despite these
various movements it remains
that seventy-five percent of Amer-
ica's Jews still live in the ten
largest American cities. New
York, Los Angeles, Philadelphia,
Chicago, Boston have a Jewish
population of 3,300,000 or nearly
two-thirds of all the Jews in the
U.S.A.
A striking feature of Jewish
life in the decades after the war
is a return to the synagogue. Ob-
servers are agreed that there has
been a remarkable expansion of
synagogue construction, syna-
gogue membership and of syna-
gogue attendance. This is part of
the general expansion of institu-
tional religion in America. Pre-
cise statistical data are not avail-
able, but the evidence suggests
the movement of American Jews
into the synagogue has been at
least as vigorous as that of Amer-
icans generally into the church.
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Business executivM are part of newly-oraanized Trades
M Combined Jewish Appeal, shown mapping plans to
K.Dade county businessmen in CIA campaign. With
Chairman Abe Kurman (seated cento} are Lewis Loeb,
Kan of Restaurant Equipment Division (left) and Gus
Brairm'an of Town Lawysrs Division (riaht). Standing
BirMamber and Daniel M. Broad, chairmen of Apart-
visJon:
\ay Affect Ritual Slaughter
from Pege* 1 A
Congretsional legitla-
sctinej thechitah "dan-
and extremely deli-
1t citad the opposition
apartment of Agricul-
vmene slaughter bills
ev idence that thay
meant to fostar hu-
to animal*.
ort of this assertion.
Pah leader quotes tesli-
Dr. M. R. Clarkson.
1m mi.st rat or of the Kg-
Research Service of
fitment of Agriculture,
Congressional commit-
tee studying humane slaughter
bills.
Accordisg. to Dr. Clarkson, "no
one, to oar knowledge, has au-
thoritatively evaluated the ef-
fects of this procedure (stun-
ning) from the standpoint of hu-
mane treatment of the animal.
In many cases of electrical stun-
ning, undesirable hemorrhaging
occurs in the muscular portion of
the carcass. With the present
state of our knowledge I don't
see how we could say that sub-
jection of an animal to C02 gas
is any more humane than the
use of the knife with its quick
thrust."
CM to Suggest $2
Million Plus in '58;
Herman in Parley
Continued from Paso 1 A
of 120,000 who fled oppression, the
unyeuroio nation will keep its
doors open to those who can get
out, the director of Israel's Office
of Information declared.
'This will bo me policy, des-
pite me lack ef economic re-
sources, severa taxation and in-
sufficient housing for the new-
comers," ho declared.
World Jewrynot Israel alone
has the responsibility of rescuing
the 100,000 Jews from areas of ten-
sion where they are persecuted, He
added.
Also dramatically highlighted
were the services offered Greater
Miami Jewry by Mt. Sinai Hospital,
Jewish Family Service, Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center,
Bureau of Jewish Education, Jew-
ish Home for the Aged, as well as
the Service to the Foreign Born of
the National Council of Jewish Wo-
men.
Sam J. Heiman was conference
chairman. Participants, in addi-
tion to Dr. Goodman, were Aaron
M. Kanner, Federation president,
Alvin Cassel, Jewish Family Ser-
vice president and Federation bud-
get chairman, and Mrs. Aaron
Fair, Women's Division chairman.
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finalized for Rescue Committee
tinner Due at Fontainebleau Jan. 30
he second year, Baron de,
Meyer has been named
tn of Gov. LeRoy Collins'!
(ee for the second annual,
tional Rescue Committee
at the Fontainebleau on
[Robert Z. Greene and Mrs.
Kennedy are co-chairmen.
plans are almost complete
$50-a-plaie dinner which
!ii(it escapees from. Com-
countries who seek asylum
nations. Attending will be
jtu-al and entertainment fig-
well as national officers of
tlism is Subject
holism will be the subject of
liscussion program spon-
gy the Mental Health Society
Miami Public Library in
jrary auditorium Tuesday
Im. "In Time of Trouble,*'
shown. Hr Albert ,ilrv,
Itrist, and Eleanor Burke,
rker for Alcoholic RenaDiii-
:iinic, will lead the discus-
The 41 mm* and women who
aere en the committee were ap-
pointed by Gov. Collins, who is
general chairman of the IRC for
Florida.
Well-known leaders of the Mi-
ami and Miami Beach areas, they
are Leonard Abess, Maurcy L.
Ashmann, Robert Herbert Bailey,
Mrs. Henry Balaban, Benjamin E.
Bronston, J. R. Brumby, Frank
Buchanan, Sep.' Harry P. Cain,
J. M. Cox", Jr., Georce S Engle,
Samuel Friedland, Wesley E. Gar-
rison, Eric Gondas, Mrs. Jennie
Grossinger, Charles (Chuck) Hall,
John A. Haynsworth, Mayor Rob-
ert King High.
Irving Hoffman, Morris Kirsch,
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Mrs. Nel-
son Swift Morris. Samuel Mufson,
Arthur M. Nardin, Mayor Kenneth
Oka, Harold F. Oltz. Alfred Brown-
ing Parker, Dr. Jay F. W. Pear-
son, Hon. Claude' Pepper, Mrs.
Muriel Hirsch Pick, Spelman
Prentice, Capt. Eddie Rickenback-
er, Phillip Rose, Paul Rust, Jr.
Rev. R. Wiley Scott, Mrs. Lino
Sertel, Frank Smathers, Jr., Fred
Snite. George Storer, Rev. J. M.
Taylor, Niles Trammel!.
An award to Gov. LeRoy Collins for his "outstanding service
to the International Rescue Committee" wrote BUipri39 endinq
to a meeting of his committee to make final plans for a benefit
dinner Jan. 30 at Fontainebleau hotel. Governor (center) is
is shown holding ebony and silver plaque presented by Baron
deHirsch Meyer, dinner chairman, and Richard Osboine, IRC
executive director for Florida.
The IRC was organized 24 years
ago as a non-sectarian refugee wel-
fare j'rowp to aid with food, cloth-
ing, jobs and counseling all per-
sons who fled tyrannical rule.
Since then it has aided escapees
from Fascist, Nazi and Communist
persecution.
Demos Planning
Jeff-Jax Dinner
A big Jefferson-Jackson Day din-
ner is being planned by the Demo-
crats of South Florida for Jan. 29.
The affair, which will be held at
the Americana hotel, is being
staged by the Democratic party of
Florida as part of a nation-wide
fund-raising program.
J. Edwin Larson is serving as
state-wide chairman of the fund-
raising effort, and Johnson Davis,
Miami attorney, is general chair-
nan of the local dinner.
Principal speaker at the Jan. 25
affair will be-Gov. Luther Hodges,
>? North Carolina, according to
Davis.
Serving as vice chairmen of the
dinner will be State Attorney Rieh-
ard Gerstein, Mrs. Arthur Evans
and Robert Morgan.
Discussion of Temple Judea
Couples Club of Temple Judea
will sponsor a symposium foUow
ing Friday evening services deal-
ing with "Relationship of the
American Jew to the State of'Is-
rael."
Appearing on the panel will be
Dave Steinberg, Richard Horwsch,
Mervyn Ames, and Louis Falk.
Moderator will be Louis Vaaa,
president of the club.
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officers
David Stuzin
President
S. F. Danels
Executive Vice-Prisidtnt
and Treasurer
Leo J. Adecb
First Vice-President
and Secretary
Robert I. Boyer
Assistant Secretary
and Loan Officer
Jean Elkin
Savings Officer
Kenneth R. Kinard
Auditor
W. Bentley Glass
Advertising and
Public Relations
Lura Rowell
Head Teller
aiwwrs Leo J. Adecb I 1 1
J. W. Barficld |
C. C. Coensparger . 1
S. F. Danels Charles HertzofT a
David Stuzin
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STATEMENT OF CONDITION
oi of i es of
December 31,1956 December 31, 1957
Cash en Hand and In Banks % % % % t $ 1,617,363.53 $ 2,644,868.75
rW Mortgage loons'. .. i t 9,653,330.41 14,164,727.13
loam on Savings Accounts i r 232,226.17 445,132.12
Federal Home loon Bank Stock, 162,500.00 239,400.00
Offke Building and Equipment
(lew Depreciation) .,#..# 315,109.70 572,113.12
Deff rred Charges and Other Assad < 36,438.46 41,793.69
TOTAl, ,, $12,016,968.27 $18,108,034.81
LIABILITIES
$14,761,207.74
Savingi Account! i e .$10,340,272.38
Advanee from Federal Horn*
Loon Bonk Board ...... 900,000.00 1,200,000.00
Loam in Process ......" 219,682.48 1,1 37,675.1 3
Other Liabilities ..ee.ee. 114,179.01 195,608.1 8
General Reserves ond Surplus t e s 442,834.40 813,543.76
TOTAL ... $12,016,968.27 $18,108,034.81
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Paul Klite and Dianne Deutsch with Robert Strassburg. Miss Both composifons will be
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Paul Klite and Dianne Deutsch
were officially announced as the
first and second prize winners in
a contest for original Jewish music.
compositions sponsored during
1957 by the Jewish Music Festival
committee, Mayor Kenneth Oka.'
festival chairman, revealed here. I
The festival will have its local j
observance Feb. 23 at Temple Is-!
rael under the auspices of the
Greater Miami Jewish Commun-
ity Center, with the cooperation of
the Cantors Assn.
to
with Robert Strassburg. Miss
Deutsch plans to develop a career
in the field of music.
Both composifons will be pre-
miered as featured works at the
festival concert.
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award winners for local Jewish music contest are an-
ed by Jewish Music Festival committee, now planning
58 community-wide observance. Two awards are first
to Paul Klite (center) and second prize to Dianne Deutsch
Presenting awards is Cantor Jacob Bornstein (right) oi
le Israel, one of panel of three judges who passed upon
s submitted by local composers in this first contest of
d here.
tor Lipson Is Festival Chief
William Lipson, of Beth (two years ago from Akron, 0., and
was previously in the cantorial
service in Oklahoma City.
Congregation, has been ap-
program coordinator for
ar's community-wide Jewish
Festival, it was announced
lyor Kenneth Oka, festival
Ian.
[festival will be held Feb. 23
nple Israel in Miami, under
Dnsorship of the Greater Mi-
lewi.sh Community Center,
cooperation of the Cantors
i>r Lipson came to Miami
Ha received his training at the
Hebrew Theological College and
Mm Amerkan Conservatory of
Music, as well as from such can-
ters as Frankel, Paarlman and
Schnipilisky.
He is a charter member of the
Cantors Assembly of America.
Since his arrival in Miami, be
has been responsible for the de-
velopment of a complete music
program for Beth David, includ-
ing senior and junior choirs and
adult choruses.
First prise of $! went
Klhe for Ms eomoosltlon, "He-
braic Mood for Viola and Piano."
A resident of Miami for the past
15 years, Klite is a violinist with
the University of Miami Sym-
phony Orchestra. In addition to
his interest in music, he is plan-
ning to enter medical school next
year.
Second prize of $50 received by
Miss Deutsch was for the compo-
sition of a four part a capella
choral composition, "And Ye Shall i
Seek Me," done to a text from
Jeremiah. The youthful composer, |
at 16 years of age, is now a stu-
dent at Miami Beach High School.
She wrote har first composi-
tion at the age of nine, and has
already won a first honorable
mention in the composition con-
test of tho National Federation
of Music Clubs.
She formerly studied piano with
Mrs. R. E. L. Chumbley and is now |
studying piano and composition
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ACUDATH ISRAEL. 701 Carlyle ivt.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
Friday 5:30 p.m. Saturday :S H.m.
Sermon: "The Itlrlh of Israel hs a
Satiou." Kiil.tii-.li hmt: Ha ry Jack-
aon.

AN8HK KMCS. 2SS6 W Itth ava. Can-
ter Morria ZimrrMrman.

BETH DAVID 2a5 SW 3rd ava. Con.
crvativ*. Rabbi Yaakav Rosanberg.
Cairaar William W. Lipaan.
FVIday I:1S p m. Harmon: "Wl*era Doei
' ;h! DwallT* Saturday 3 a.m.

BRTM EL. S00 SW 17th av*. Orthodox.
Rabbi Stwnaryahu T. Bwiraky.
I-Hdy ", ]"> p.m. Katnrdto :S" am.
'MnBM Haar4a>uHMaarr fnntaaaaava
Junior Mrvlce ]t) a.m.
CAMDlf LIGHTING TIME
25 Taveth 5:33 p-m.
Rt*d'mt msle'tal in vocslized Baty Hebrew, aid also material for
advanced students may be ob'a:>.ta through your local Hebrew
Organization or by witling to: But htii Olamit, P.O.B. 7111,
Jerusalem, Israel.
Published by Brit Writ Oiamit
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Rabbi Swift to be Principal Speaker
At Hebrew Academy Dinner Jan. 26
loy Scout
tain Named
[ORK The appointment
By L. Lazarus, of Cin-
, as chairman of the
Jewish committee on
oy Scouts of America,
inounced by Kenneth K.
San Francisco, presi-
Boy Scouts of America.
iMcceede Hm laM
v. 10.
[is president of the John
ipany, which operates
department store in Cin-
Je Is viee president and
ird of trustees of the
Chest and Council of
[Area, vice president of
can Hananics Pounda-
rhairman of the Jewish
id of Cincinnati in 1938
ind is a member of the
istees of the United Ap-
icinnati.
[Dr. Tibor H. Stern
ihinaton Awa, M. B.
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LIGIOUS STORE
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IVAH OUTFITS and
GOGUE BUPPLias
Rabbi Isaac L. Swift, former
chief rabbi of Sydney, Australia,
will be principal speaker at the
tenth annual-dinner of'the Great-
er Miami Hebrew Academy- The
$10B-a couple function, which ben-
efits the school's scholarship fund,
will be held Sunday night, Jan.
26. at the Fontainebleau hotel.
Rabbi Swift, spiritual leader of
First Congregation Anshe Sfard
of Borough Park in New York,
also was the guest of honor at last
year's Academy dinner.
"His reception was BO over-
whelming, the committee decided
unanimously to invite him back
for a repeat performance," dinner
chairman Wolfie Cohen said Wed-
nesday. Rabbi Swift is a member
of the faculty of the Institute of
Jewish Studies and a member of
the education committees of Tor-
as Ernes Yeshiva, Etz-Chaim Ye-
shiva. and the Shulemith School
for Girls.
Rabbi Swift was a member of
Hm standing commit!** 9n edu-
cation of th* executive council
of Austrafla t*4 New Zealand
and chairman of Hm New South
Wales Beard of Religious Educa-
tion. Prior to moving to Austra-
lia, h* Mrved as a rabbi In Lon-
don, England.
A report meeting Wednesday
night heard president B. 1. Binder
r '
Arthritic* launch Drive
A statewide registration of arth-
ritics is being conducted during
the month of January, according to
Mrs. Robert Boone Hovey, Miami,
president of the Florida chapter of
the Arthritis and Rheumatism
Foundation, and Grover F. Ivey,
president of the Florida State Phar-
maceutical Assn.
Purpose of the drive Is to assist
the Arthritis Foundation to secure
the names and addresses of all
arthritics in the state. Local phar-
macies here will provide registra-
tion cards and complimentary
copies of "Florida Arthritis News,"
a bi-monthly newsletter containing
authentic information on the arth-
rilis problem,
KAMI ISAAC SWIFT
say "attainment of our goal of
1,000 persons for the dinner is
possible if we increase our sup-
port of co-chairmen Wolfie Cohen
and Jennie Grossinger."
Dr. David S. Andron, honorary
president, and Harry Genet, chair-
man of the executive committee,
said "interest in the two, all-ex-
pense trips to Israel which will be
presented at the dinner is grow-
ing rapidly."
Honorary vice chairmen of the
dinner are Koiman Luria, Charles
Fruehtman, Harry Levitt and
Councilman Maxcie Liberman.
former Miami Beach mayor. Vice
chairmen are Jack Satin, Samuel
Reinhard. Herman Basch, Ray-
mond Rubin. Jacob Kaufman,
Daniel M. Broad, Max Silverberg.
Irving Firtel, Max Kamiel and
Louis Merwitzer. Other member*
of the executive dinner committee
include Moses Grundwerg, Joseph
Zemel. Joseph Cohen, Isidore
Spoiler, Sol Goldman and Sidney
Rubinowitz.
SB.TH CMETH. 1??S0 NW 2nd ava
Conaarvativa Rabbi David W. Her.
aon. Cantor Hyman Fain.

BETH ISRAEL MO} F-rairia **:
Orthodox. Rabbi H. Loun Rottmxn.
1-iIiIhv BUI l nv Sa(nrilH\ *: I.", a.m.
S.nnon: 'W.rklv Portion."
O
BETH JACOB. 901-311 Wthinnton
ava. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurica Mamchea.
Krlday .":1S p.m. Saturday V:*n : s.iin.in: "The Ten PlaguesMtraclca
or Batantiat"

BETH RAPHAEL. 134 NW 3rd ava.
Orthodox. Rabbi Ana Backer.
Friday t:M n.ni. Saturda.. CM I IB
Sermon: "Not Vengeance but Vigil-
ance."

BETH TFILAH. Si Euclid ava. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Joaeph E. Raekovaky.

CORAL WAV JEWISH CENTER. 7S2S
Coral Way, Weat Miami Junior Hign
School. Conservative
O
OADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CENTER.
181*0 NW 2nd ava. Conservative.
Rabbi Nathan H. Zwitman.
KiIday 6:13 p.m. BjgrtnoBl "floftoaco ami
!! IUh.fi The fhotoerap'ii.- and Ihr
Ai tistl.- Revelation .if Ood."

FLAGLER-CRANADA. 50 NW Slat pi.
Conaervativa. Rabbi Murray A.
Aiatot.
Kriday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Rachel -
World KainouH Kl-etich JoWtaB Trage-
dienne."

FT. LAUDERDALE [MANUEL. 1801
S. Androwa ava.. Ft. Laudardala.
Reform. Rabbi Mariua Ranaon.

HEBREW ACADEMV. SIS Sth it
Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander Oroaa.

HIALEAH MIAMI SPRINGS. Ml Fla-
mingo Way. Conaarvativa. Rabbi Lao
Heim.
I-Viday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "The Oit-
atretched Arm of Ood < liiec HBttblMl
hoata: Mr. and Mra. lyoum Slal.n. Sat-
urday 9 a.m.

HOMESTEAD CENTER 1S3 NE *th
at.. Homestead. Conaarvativa. Morns
Qerti officiates.
o -
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE BETH EL.
1641 Polk t Hollywood. Reform.
Rabbi Minard Klain.
o -
HOLLYWOOD BETH &HOLEM 17ZS
Monroe St., Hollywood. Conaervativa.
Rabbi Samuel Lerer.
-
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 2030
Polk St., Hollywood. Conservative.
Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor Yehu-
dah Heilbraun.
-
ISRAELITE CENTER. 31M SW 24th
tar. Conaarvativa. Rabbi Morton
Malavaky.
Kn.av ..I. and 1:13 p.m. S.ruu.n
"ih.- nialm of I >i \ ui\t in- fii Oaaa
Sbabbat aoota: Kabbl and Hro, lioi
t..n Malavaky In'honor ..f ih.li anni-
versary, fluent cantoi : M.iiin> \l..n
.lei. iatliraeV) a.m.

KNESETH ISRAEL. 141S EUtlid ava.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
Friday l_Ui ami v:l<> p.m. S.ifih.fi:
What Kind of T. a. her are Voii*"
Saturday 8:30 a.m. Sermon: "\V.ckl\
Portion."

MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1101 SW 12th mv*. Orthodox. Rabbi
Siman April. Cantor Bereto Kelemer.
Friday i:3 p.ffi. First late service of
,,f R:1S p.m. Ker'noFl '"The
Wrong Qtsoatkxa/' Saturday *:J0 a.m.
S.rnion: W..kl> portion."

MONTICELLO PARK. 14th st. and
NE Itth ava Conaarvativa. Rabbi
Isaac Leeer Cantor Jacob Goldfarb.
Friday 8 p.m Sermon "IgaUcInn nnd
the ihild." itnea Shahhat buata: Mr.
and >lia. Jack t-'iank; Mr. and Mra
Moil I- Rosen siaiurilay S.a.m. Sel-
Fnon: "We^ai^Poi lion." _. a
NORTH OADE CENTER. 13S30 W.
Dixie hwy. Conaervativa. Rabbi
Henry Okolica. Cantor Maurica Nau.
F>Mau I it p.m. Kern ton: "RafasM aaU
ihe F'oiiai.-kJ.Fion *' Saturday K a.m.
.^.-iiiioii: 'Uc-kly Poition."

NORTH SHORE CENTER. 820 7Sth
St. Conservative. Rabbi Mayor
Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
Fit.lay 1:15 p.m. Sermon: "Neiihor
', Sluiiilier Nor Sleep." Has Mlliviljl
Annul., lie and l-^laine, rwin dauKhtOTs
of Mr an.I lira Paul Pi.-s Saturrlh}
k:li a.m. Sciim.n: -W.-.kly Portion."
SEPHAROIC JEWISH CENTER. 718
Washington ava.

SOUTH DADE JEWISH CENTER.
Room 313. Merrick bldg U of M.
campua- Reform. Rabbi Herbert M.
Baumgard.
Frluay S:ij p.m, Hermon: "The Klrst
st,i> Toward spitituainy."

SOUTHWEST JEWISH CENTER. 6438
SW 8th tt. Conaervativa. Rabbi
Abraham Lavitan.
Fridav l:M p.m. Fluesi preacher: Rev.
J. Hendiicks. ..t Coral Way lreshy-
lerlan Church. On.g sii..i.l.at hoatar
Mi ;.nd Hi- Marvin Kinilii. Suturday
a.m. Seiillon: "The h^cyptlana'
Alarm IJ\ir Israel's iiiotli."

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chan
ave Liberal. Rabbi Laon Kroniah.
Cantor David Conviaer.
Friday 8:li p.m. Sermon: "The Stamp
of KollglouH Freedom Saturday !:>
r.m. Hai- Mitxxah: R.l*rt Alan, son of
Mr. and Mrs Harry Stein; Ralph Mar-
tin, win of Mr. and Mrs. Morria
IJnUdo.

TEMPLE IMANU-IL 1701 Waehino.
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lahrman. Cantor laraal Reich.
Friday i and :S0 p.m. Sermon: "In-
lerf.ilih vs. Intermarriage." Saturday
a.m. Kermon: "Weekly Portion." Ba
Mltsvah: Roberta ami Hall, .l.uiirhtera
of Mr. and Mra. Joseph Shulman.

TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 137 NE 18th at. Reform. Rabbi
Joseph Naret. Cantor Jacob Born
ate in.
Friday S:li p.m. Sermon: "What "om-
loil Shall We Bknect from Religion?'
a
TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave
Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skop. Canter
Herman Gottlieb.
FVM>J H:I3 ii in. Sermon: "MlnenlI
afli Raaajr." Saturday N.ir, a.m.
a
TEMPLE NER TAMIO. (To be erect-
ed at 80th st. and Tatum Waterway.)
Surf side Town Hall. Modern Tradi-
tional.
Kiinay :!". p.m. Cantor Manny Man-
del to official. iiue-1 Mi'.ikti Coun-
cilman Kugcne Brhwarta.
a
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
131st st. and NE 8th ave. Reform.
Rabbi Benno M. Wallach.
Friday 1:11 P.BS. Adult educatl loin. : "ijod In JudMliou."
a
TEMPLE ZION. S720 SW 17th at. Con-
servative. Rabbi Alfred Waxnian.
rii.i\ >. M pin S.-i moii "The llegln-
nkaa al the fea Plagues." Saturday
i a.m.
a
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 8800 N. Miami
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Abraham
Heraon. Cantor Albert- Glantx.
Friday 8:30 pin Bartnon "Stubhorn-
nesa of the lleait." Saturday a.m.
IIeimen: "No id to the Ago of D*b-
potisin."
a
TORAH TEMPLE. 1284 West ave.
American Judaism. Rabbi Abraham
Caasel.
a
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44 Za-
mora ave. Conservative. Rabbi B.
Leon Hurwiti. Cantor Rudolph Brill.
Friday s IS p-m. Barmen: "l*rayer
Win and llov. On OB Shahhat h Mr an.I Mrs. Philip Aniiis. Saturday
>:3fl a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Frank Annls.
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AMERICAN JUDAISM. By Nathan Glaier. 17* PP. Chi-
cago: Th. University of Chicago Press. $3.50-
NATHAN GLAZER, a former associate editor of "Com-
mentary," now an editor with Anchor Books at
Doubleday, has packed into a short book a history both oi
American Jews and American Judaism, with many a loo*
at the problems between the two. That the two are. indeed,
"impossible to divide." is one of Dr. Glazer's bas.c prem-
ises and one with which most people will agree, the anti-
religious tendencies of Zionism and the anti-national ten-
dencies of Reform Judaism" having failed to dissolve the
relationship.
This special character of Judaism creates special dif-
ficulllWrpartlCUiartJ Iff melTmg-pot America, where" The
emphasis lies increasingly on the melting. "There comes
a time and it is just about upon us-when American Jews
MILTON FRIEDMAN
become aware of iX^S^STSSmM
ciety America wMtoJ ^^^ tne demands of the
society most J tfflE Thus, after a NOCtM
Jewish religion, writeI DrjC. |R m coun.
presentation of the development ol ,|on.Min.
,rv. he swings into a searchm| .^i,^*Jrws; indeed.
,he suburb which Mr. 2J" DrTokMrH book.
,,,,.. Ill, even gets a mention in i r ^^
Some of his observations are atoms tnes
ican Jews don't know the P^0 f m.:a r,nal
,hcy know less, they do more nd INT. ,^ ^
mclified American standard of P m a|mos,
Education Gaining New Respectability in U.S.
Washington
JEWISH RESPECT FOR learning is beginning to be view-
ed as a national asset. Soviet scientific advances have
occasioned the citing by American non-Jews of the impor-
tance of Jewish devotion to education.
A leading Catholic educator evoked great interest in
government circles by an open call on American Catholics
for a "renaissance of respect for culture and scholarship"
to remedy intellectual "mediocrity" among members of
that faith. The Rev. John J. Cavanaugh. CSC, director
of the University of Notre Dame Foundation, pointed out
that American Jews are "an immigrant people who must
fight bigotry, but they are producing leaders far out of
proportion to their numbers in practically every field."
Rev. Cavanaugh said recent studies produced "humil-
iating evidence" of a lack of Catholic leadership in schol-
arship, science, arts, business and "where culture and in-
tellectual achievement are concerned."
He asked: "Where are the Catholic Salks, Oppen-
heimers, Einsteins?"
This Catholic reference to Jewish scientists came at
a time when there is increasing criticism of discrimina-
tion against scientists of Jewish background. Excesses
of the loyalty program have been condemned as injurious
to scientific progress. A new attack is emerging on the
McCarran-Walter Immigration Act. The act bars much-
ben uAt.iAtti
needed scientists on superficial and discriminatory
grounds.
Government officials and Industrisl teaden are tend-
ing toward a belief that ani.-Sem.t.s.n barring young Jew-
ish scientists from employment possibilities is contrary
to the national interest. Increased realization of the im-
portant role of Jewish genius in the rocket age is evident
President Eisenhower has mentioned the importance
of America's foreign bom scientists a number of times
since the launching of the Soviet Sputniks.
During the McCarthy era. some government investi-
gators adopted unsound criteria in checking individuals
for clearance to work on sensitive projects One notion
that prevailed was that Jews were more likely to be sub-
versive than non-Jews. Today the emphasis on unhamper-
ed scientific progress is such that this prejudiced concept
is being shattered.
Vice President Richard M. Nixon, once counted among
the advocates of extreme loyalty measures, today is speak-
ing out on behalf of the minority group and the non-com-
lormist. Sensing the grave responsibility thrust on I S
leadership by the Soviet challenge, many conservatives
are devaluating traditional attitudes. A new reaped II
heing born for the historic tendency of Jews toward rv
search and discovery,
A Negro Philanthropist's Great Love of Others
|N THE LONG and bitter struggle of the American Negro
' to make good for his people the American dream oi
equality and opportunity, few Negroes have achieved BUfl
ficiently high economic status to become major philan-
thropists.
Among that small number, there is only one who is
well known for his philanthropy to Jewish causes as to
those of his own race.
Dr. Theodore Kenneth Lawless, a 65-year-old Chicago
doctor who is one of the world's foremost skin specialists,
has been giving away money for more than M years. Most
SAIL CARSON
Pincer Peace Moves
United Nations
A PORTENTOUS RACE is under way. Its outcome
may spell, for Israel, the difference between ultimate
peace and continuance of the constant state of emergenc)
that has beset the Jewish State for ten soars The race
is between quiet" diplomacy and "Q.T." diplomacy The
first is the kind practiced by Dag Hammarskjold. The
second is the type relied on by the leaders oi the
States.
"Quiet" diplomacy is employed by the Secretary Gen-
era I of the United Nations as an adjunct and enlargement
of the conference diplomacy wherein representativ.
countries get up openly, at open meetings, and expound
ine aims or principles or goals of their governments,
"Q.T diplomacy is something else again. For one
thing, it hardly deserves the name of "diplomacv" al all
It is a method for using shrewdness ,,, ,. ht.ti
threats, playing one nation or interest against another
juggling of principle, employment of several sets ol
dards that are often incompatible. It a ,-,. =,
completely amoral. 5
E.SyPwS 1Presi minister Mahmoud Fawzi. are among the world's suckesl
unZT/h.',hls gar,n each of ,h"<"""1"- -S3
up the Arab League, there are experts al this game who
are almost as .lick and as slippery as are Nasser and
fawzi As soon as the last General Assembly here ad
journed. Dag Hammarskjold went to work senouslv at his
pursuit of W diplomacy in an effort to get !ome'hin-
done about the Arab-Israel situation. But he u \
boys were already at work at their game. W
.k \he.".QT. Prae,ition"s had already tried some of
El^,Jr'LkS-and me' ,eWr.y failure-by ,he ,i,,
Hammarskjold went to Cairo at Christmas time.
of his help has gone to his own peopleNegro e<>lU-i;i stu-
dents, African medical students, Negro universities
Bui he hasn't (topped there. He hi ided Chin-
i se orphans, Southern whites, Puerto Rican churches and
Israel.
ely through his efforts a s-mo.ooo Dr T K I in
less Dermatology Dept was built as wing ol the Beilin-
son Hospital Israel's largest. More than 500 oans
-Jew-, Protestants and Catholics, whit .,
to honor him recently Chicago at i testii.....i.al dint
where he was cited tor his "broad humanitarians
scending the boundaries ol race and crei
Last fall when the Lawli .. ; lh(.
Lhicago bachelor was honored al a series ol luncheons
and dinners in Israel, lie was gue ,.,
ner given b) Jeru.
received hj President Itzhak Ben-Zvi
BORIS SMOLAR
rather strong blaa manage often to
menls Orthodoxy, which finds cnticiam ,
from reality, difficult to answer has for Dr .
live value precisely in this: "Orthodoxy servnj
Judaism the function of a 'saving remnam'taat,
fund of Jewish knowledge on which all tat
Judaism, he writes, which used to be the isaaj
the Jews, has now become Orthodoxy, waieky
oi only some of them. Since the equation assltJ
made between Jews and Judaism, and tbu> ttjg
each, the fear to which Dr. Glazer moves
tified:
This creates a mere serious break fci
uity of Jewish JgfttaaW than the nujjtgl
lion Jews Jewish history has knpaS
im baa been prepared for. matsaetvf
tory has not known, nor is Judswmi
the abandonment of the law.
Thus, although Dr. Glazer finds mL,.
growing appeal for Hasidism, on the one sidci
refusal, at least, to become non-Jews, on the a|
clear that the real answer, for him, lies amoa||_
acceptance of Judaism, rather than b> Judaism M
When the Jews fael themselves to be in reaM
nation, the fact that they are a nation is ofiT
quencc." he writes. What editor Gutter xnttui,
is imperative for the Jew* to transfer their ctwisi
ship to a religious membership America "
the survival of a religion: she will not loni
survival of a distinct ethnic group. Dr. tiUier.l
does not seem to have much hope, really, that J.
survive in either capacity, except for the sauli
which continues to perpetuate the holy comas
I.M tiff SALPETFR
Don't Blame Vi
DEAR JOHNNY,
It is a long way from Jerusalem to Cape i
and I know how you .feel about the Vanguard!
would not write to you ahsSst Una pamfui suak
for one thingthe conaesjuesura of that failure i
hly be felt much sooner hare in the Middle EatJ
Florida. New York or Wnshangtoa
Judging from newa dispatches from acrou tk|
mhi are now busy discovering what went na|i
was responsible. As a natter of fact, somedl
patches give the impreaaioa you are looking for I
roat on whom to put the blame. If this became il
pastime, it could have consequences far grsterl
Cape Canaveral fiasco itself.
The "Big Failure" did not happen in Cap* I
It happened well before, many times over dunsjj
N.iis. though the smoke and fire of the ea^p
much more distant. II happened at different!
I'lobe. but most often in the Middle Fast Arne
exploded in Cairo and Damascus, in Yemen
When Nasser signed the first arms deal wrtj
when the Syrians blew up the vital oil sip
Communists took over the Damascus uo**r
Fgypi repeatedly refused passage through *J
onl> to Israel ships but even to American tan***Jj
>easels enroute to and from Israel, and when.
to arrive, in Yemen, where party dispaislj
settled by quick murders in the royal family.
In this area, all these were actually blowstgj
uge almost as severe as America's^
the artificial satellite race with R
The defaults started much earlier They *
Arab radio listener when Washington noli
to uphold freedom of religion of her citizens ani
on America's own bases in Saudi Arabia, bul*|
d with tanks and jets the monarch in who*
i. flourtahes legally. And the default
the Sinsi campaign, when Britain. KrancM
rael tried to put an end to the threat of Mo
r but were forced to retreat by jitters uuli
I*>lir\ in Washington.
In each case. America took the easiest '> 1
'f it was manifestly the most short sighted on* "J
' '<. the initial shock was quickly played down as.
' I "P by an avalanche of words.
Shortage of Teachers Critical in Jewish So*
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\* hoI constitutes'Se Sf
Jewish education todaj ,s L h(' m"""
future, a "I" '> in.
of the central fund raising agencies in-
ahimt 350 we*k-day Hebrew |,3 'over. is .on programs. Chicago has u^T,
up Approximately 80 percent
affiliated with the Chicago B<
ardofJ*
ucation -re covered by a local pen->-
leveland showa a 100 percent enrollmew
ng schoois that receive aUocatins non. ,i
""nnmnitv furul in l AimwIos. PhilaOW" U
future, a J" u lh(
unit) fund. In Los Angeles. Phil
Hi a substantial percentage of the *\(
covered by pension plans ln "S|l
naloa program is known to be "JJ
'"ental in helping retain teachers m ,he/V^gj
However, the 350 teachers who arf1!"f,0uir"
Plans are only a small fraction of tn*
->f weekday teachers estimated at 5^"
schools throughout the country.
i


iuary 17.1358
*Je*ls* ncrkjfari
15-A
, a
Lestchinsky to Spook
Jacob Lestchinsky, noted Jewish
author, will be guest speaker at
a meeting of the Melava Malka
Culture Club. 1431 Washington
ave., Saturday evening. He will
discuss "Religious Education of
the Jewish Youth in the U.S."
tftOAL MOTICI
R. Elsos, of Atlanta,
named chairman oi
1 Jewish We 11 are
armed services com-
Third Army area.
Jl coordinate military
programs at 70 in-
in North Carolina,
Carolina. Alabama,
Tennessee, Missis-
Florida.
LIOAL NOTICf
man oh Television
(ring Lehrman, of Temple
will be featured on
11 Small Voice." weekly
program of the Rabbi n-
o/ Greater Miami, Sun-
linn. 10:30 a.m. ch. 7.
fr'am will be based on
ucept of Holiness in Juda-
IN COUNTY JUDOE6' CuURT
OAOt COUNTY. FLOR.DA
No. 4001* B
re: estate w
kiukha rosenherg,
Deceaaed
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
OI8CHAROE
NOTICE ia hereby Riven that I have
filed' if fWhl report and "petlrlHn rm<
Flmil Discharge a* Administratrix o(
the estate of FRIEDA RiiSKXHEIIi;
deceased: and that nn the 10th day of
February, IS58, I will amdy to the
Honorable Frank B. Dowllnn. County
Judfte of Dad* County, Florida, for ap-
proval of alU final report and for
final diwharge an Administratrix of
the Eatate of FRIEDA ROtfENIHCRG
deceased.
Thla 27th day of Uoceeaber, 1957.
ELH1E ItENSKY
KOVNEIl MANMIF.IMKK
By: 'Walter C. Kovner
Attorneys for Administratrix
1/i'IMt-M ___________________
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 423S4
In RE: Eatate of
NORMAN RAY GIBSON.
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credltoia and All Paraona Hav-
ln- Claim* or Demands Against Said
Eatate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any clslm* and demand*
which you may have against the ea-
tate of NORMAN RAY (SIMMON, de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida.
to the County Judge* of Dade County,
and file the same in their office* In
the County Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within eight calendar
month* from th,e Safe of the first pub-
lication herntif, or the aame will be
barred. *
MARY SIEM1NSKI GIBSON.
Executrix.
SHAPIRO AND FRIED. Att>*
410 Lincoln ltd.. Miami Beach. Fla.
11/27, I/2-10-I7.
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NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (JIVEN that
the uuderslciied, desiring to ensase In
business under the fictitious name ol
III BERT JAY APARTMENTS at MO
Lenox Avenue, Miami Beach, Flu.. In-
tend to register said name with the
fink of the Circuit Com l of Dade
County. Flotilla
FRANCES NQVICK
_ LOUIS NOVICK
I'.IKNKTT ROTH
.. ney for Applicant*
4?0 Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach, Fla.
1/S-10-17-J4
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the mnlcrslitneil, desiring to engage j/i
business under the fictitious nun?.' of
I .A NO APARTMENT* at 'ITU Its*
,Xt~ee .Drive. Miami.Brash. Fla.. Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of rhe Circuit Court of Dade County,
Forlila
MAX J. LANG, K Interest
CELE B. LANG. V, Interest
- Sole Owners.
W II.I.1AM 1. BRENNER
Attorney for AppllcanTa
4 Lincoln Rd.. Miami Bearh. Fla.
1/10-17-24-JL
PER ANNUM
gtfci.
Resources
Over ,
$112,000,000.00
deral
Saving* and Loan Association
LARBEST and OLDEST IN MIAMI SBACM
Lincoln Rood at Washington Avenue
ft. at Washington Ave. 71st and Hording Ave.
260 Sunny Isles Blvd.
- YOUR NEAREST MAILBOX!
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'HrCE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MARTHAS MANOR at 26SO S.W. 19th
Ave., Miami. Fla.. Intend to register
*aJd name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida.
CHARLES H. FU1.LER. a single
man. and MARTHA V DETH-
LOFF, his natural mother, a* a
Joint estate with the right of own-
ership In the survivor thereof.
BARNETT PELTS!
Attorney for Applicant*
1 Cone-res* Bldg.. Miami 32, Fla.
1/14M7-M-SI.
LfGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY drVEN that
the undersigned, Desiring to engage In
buslneas under the fictitious n
A1.NEY LETTER AND PRINTING
SERVICE at 1.104 Alton Road, Miami
Beach IJ. Fla.. Intend* to reslater
said name with the Clerk of tl.
CUll Court of Dade County. Florida.
MILTON BALSAM
1/10-17-24-JL
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undei signed, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
WILSON N TRAILER PARK at 8R0I
N.W. 27th Avenue. Miami. Fla., In-
tends to relglster said name with the
CU-ik of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
LOTTIE MOOMJIAN
.MAX R. HILVsSK..
Attorney for Applicant
9^2 Heybold Hldg.. Miami, Fla.
1/10-17-14-11.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. Ne. 43017-A
In RE: Estate of
MORRIS LASTER
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claim* or Demands Against Said
Estate:
- You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claim* and demand*
wMrh vo!i mav have airninst the es-
tate of MORRIS LASTER deceased
lute of Dude Countv. Florida, to the
County judges of i>ade County, and
file the same in their offices In the
County Courthouse in Daile County.
Florid*, within eight calendar months.
from the date of the first publication
hereof, or the same will be barred.
GEORGE J ALROC.M
PHILIP II I \ ROSALIND HIEGELMAN
Execlitol .
flEORGE .1 A LI il M Ally
Hoi Lincoln ltd., Miami Beach, Fla.
I'10-17-24-SI.
IN TMS CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN ANO
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 207117
HERMAN COHEN.
Plaintiff,
BERNARD M. SHOTKIN and
BOARD OF TRADE, a Florida
Corporation.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
You. BERNARD M SHtrTKIN and
BOARD OF TRADE, a Florida cor-
1 or*tlon. all whose residences are un-
inown, are required to file your an-
swer to the creditor's bill with the
Clerk of the above Court and serve
a copy thereof upon Herman Cohen,
Attorney, 130,1 Congress Building. Mi-
ami 32, Florida, on or before February
11. 1958. or else creditor* bill will l>e
taken as confessed. Dated January
3. 19.'.*.
E. B. LEATHKRMAN, Clerk of
(seal) the Circuit Court.
L. A. CLEARE, Deputy Clerk
1'11-17-24-31.
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
COLONIAL WALLPAPER GREET-
INi; CARD CO. at J142 Bls.ayne
Mlvd.. Miami, Fie., intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Count\. Florida.
IM.NALD E. CO.MDEN. 8..... Owner.
CEtiRGB J. ALBOl.M
Attorney for Applicant
60.1 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach. Fla.
1/10-17-14-31.
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the. undersigned, desiring to engage In
buisnes* under the fictitious names of
METRO CABS: METROPOIJTAN
CABS; METRO TAXIS: METROPOL-
ITAN TAXIS at 2300 N.W. 93rd Ter-
race. Miami, Intends to register said
names with the clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Comity. Florida.
RICHARD KENNEDY
1/17-24-31. 2/7
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious najue of
LOU-ROSE SHIRT CO.. at 13013 N.W.
7th Avenue. Ml.mil. Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida.
Lor STALLINGa
METER BRILLIANT
Attorney* for Applicant
Shoe, land H'df.
1/17-24-31. f/2
NEW ISSUE ThUti net an offer of 0uS*riHt for $aU.t
Tk$ o/ar u mad* only by efcj Protpodm.
6,000,000 Series B Ordinary Shares
(ftr Vela* I Jfd Pound Ptr 8km)
American Israeli Paper Mills Limited
(An Isies. CetBSfsllSB)
Subscription Prlco
41 a Shar
TluSuhtorlptUnPrUtmtnUpnUoMtr
tne-horh tmnoforrint to M Covoa
tttimin Bond* i-uod b, tk$ State of lorI,
es mtnfnUn dmtribod in Ik* Pripooins.
Comimnf*Protr***m*^*fi**m*ni'mti
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MIAMI BEACH *ALM 1EACH
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LEGAL NOTICI
.
1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE. Ne. 42287-B
In RE: E-tate of
RAY PHILLIPS
Deceased.
- NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demanda Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against tin-
estate of HAT Pllll.LII'S di
late { Dade County. Kloiida. to the
County Judges of Dade County. .in tile the same in tbeir offices in the
County Courthouse In Dade County,
Kloii.ia. within eight calendar month*
from the date of the first publication
hereof, or the same will l.e barred.
SAMUEL .1. HE1MA.N
ALBERT E LICHTENSTE1N
Executor* of the Estate of RA1
PHILLIPS, Deceased.
MYERS, HEIMAN ,\ KHUN
AttorneysEleven Fifty Building
1: ." s \v. 1st st Miami, i-'i.i.
l'S-10-17-24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, dealrlna lo encase i"
business under the fictitious name of
GALA LOINtlE at 23IMI Collins Ave-
nue. Miami Beach. Florida, intends to
reejister said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
GALA LOUNGE. INC.
1/17-24-31. 2/7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underslened des'-' .....
business under the fictitious name of
JoDV FASHIONS at ., ,u,uiuuj
I>rlve, Miami Beach, Intend* to res-
later said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
JOSEPH DENKER, Sole Owner
KESSLER A GARfl
Attorneys for Applicant
I99R S.W. 1st St.
I '3-10-17-24______________________________
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS MERRY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
DOLL HOUSE SAl.oN < iF BEAUTY
at 2TS1 B.W. 27th Ave.. Miami intends
to reflate! said name nh the CTerli
of the Circuit Court ef Iside County,
Florida.
CHARLES POST
12/27. 1/3-10-17________________________
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiilng to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ANTOINFTTES REAI'TY SALON at
U S W Mil Avenue. Miami, Ha in-
tends to register sale" name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
JOSEPHINE WHITE
1/3-10-17-24
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DAOE COUNTV, FLOS-
IDA. IN CHANCERY No. SSC19
FIX>RA D. SUPWORTH,
Plaintiff.
JAMES KLBERT ORR. and
Jl LIE MAE ORR. hi* wife,
and ALL PURPOSE MIAN COl
PANT, a Florida corporation,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF eUBLICATION
TO: JAMES KLBERT ORR
Address unknown
JULIE MAE ORR, his wife
Addic-s unknown
YOl\ AND EACH OF YOU, A*E
HEREBY NOTIFIED thst a Com-
plain I to Foreclose Lien has been flh-d
against you and other parties In Ui-
above styled Court on or about Jan-
uary 10. 195S.
That the Foreclosure of I Jen i-1
against the following described prop-
"l>Lot Block 8. of BUNCHE PARK.
according lo the Plat thereof, re-
corded In list Book in. at Page
20 of the Public Record* of Dsale
County, Florida, together wph
furniture and furnishings Hum em
and Improvements thereon
YOU a.M each OK VOU ARE
HEREBY NOTIFIED to serve s
of your Answer or any other pleadBMJ
to the Complaint of Hi* Plaintiff on
BE1GEL m TEITELMAN. Atiorne>
f,,i th.- Plaintiff, '">* Blsiavne Buttd-
ing. Miami S2. Flrlda. and file the
original thereof on or before the lltli
day of February.
DATED, at Miami, Florida, this 10th
daj of January. "** ., .
K B LEATHBRMAN, Clerk,
cin tilt Court, Dade Cooaty, Florida.
w.M M BTOCKJNG,
l leputy ('lei Ic
1 i7-2l-jl. 2 7_______ _________
Notice under
fictitious name law
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
buslneas under ih- flctltlou* name of
DIXIE SANDWICH SiloI' ..'
It Ay.Miu.-. Miami, intends to resist er
said name with the Clerk irf the Clr-
, ult Court of Dade Countv. FlOl
STEAK. DOLLAR-NrNETEEN, I
LEWIS* IN A FREED
Attorneys for Applicant
W rHagk-r St.
I l7-24-:tl. 2/7_________________________wm
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious names of
l.l'CKY NINE STORES; Ll'Cgl
NINE at 29 N.W. 7th Avenue. Mi-
ami, Intend* to register said naraes
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
LUCKY NINE. INC., a Fla. Corn.
IH llarrv B. Park. President
MICHAEL M. ISENHEKG
Attorney fur Applicant
1411 Alnaley Bids.
1/17-24-SI, t/7
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CENTRAL DRY CLEANERS at 1'4iU
Central Blvd., Miami. Fla., intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
FlorldA.
SAMUEL KAPLAN. Sole Owner
1/S-UMT-Z4
NOTICE UNDER r
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th.it
the underalSBed, desiring to engage in
s under the fictitious name of
1 S SLICING MACHINES MIAMI
at IT47 N. Miami Ave. Miami, Fla., In-
lands to register said name with the
clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florlds ___
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MILTON A. FRIEDM \N
Attorney for Applicant
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Birth Data ... Mr. end Mr. M.y.r H. Fran-
kel, of 211 67th St., have a new granddaughter,
way out in Los Angeles Seven-pound Margaret
Jo made it into the world in 1957, with only a day
to spare ... she was born Dec. 30. just in time to
be a deduction .
Parents Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Greenberg have
other children. Jana, Emily and Andrew Mother is the
r Natalia Frankel.
> a
r.ll. handsome and unmarried! Miami attorney Kenneth
s cmiM have been viewed on stave last weekend ... He was
., .,- the Rev. John Hale in Studio Ms production of Arthur
lller's "The Crucible" The play, scheduled for a revival in
U York on Jan. 22. is about the Salem witchhunts ... Its polit-
,> i rlor.es are mighty interesting.
^l^ewiisJhJEil-oiciidliigun
Miami. Florida. Friday. January 17, 1958
Section B
Mr. nd Mrs. Meyer Keilsen, of 1559 Meri-iian ave., are en-
I family reunion up in Sebring. and they report the weather
Ire has been good (let's all move) .
Mr. aid Mrs. Alexander Kotn will be leaving their home at
| il Palm ave.. for a trip abroad soon .
Oneriing night at Bal Harbor's Beau Rivaee broueht out Dr.
hn ScHulfx, noted Miami physician, and his beautiful wife, and
Matthew and Irving Rosenhouses.
Recent luncheon guest of Sam Luby, Jr., of 630 SW 29th rd.. was
inklin Delano Roosevelt, Jr. Occasion wa a rnnferenro on
i's taking over the Miami Fiat dealership, of which Roosevelt and
partner. Dyke CwHuwi, are Southeastern distributors .
The e.er expanding auto empire of young Lubyhe's also, of
I >ll known Chevrolet dealernow includes the building at
V) SW 8th st. which will house his new Fiat models.
loings at the Paul M. Press home, at 1650 S. Treasure dr.
, Golriie and Paul have two daughters. Elaine and Ann* be lie, who
become Bas Mitzvah at North Shore Jewish Center thU
rkend .
In for the festivities, and houseguesting at the Press's, are
! Mrs. David Sherman and uncle Murray Press, both of whom
down from Lynnbrook. L.I.. this week ... As did another uncle
aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Burka, from Washington. D.C. .
i Ij here was Mrs. Anna Jawiri, from Brooklyn There'll
: together at the Press home Saturday evening
Federation Women's Division workers are sporting miniature
Ba teacups in their lapels, and it's not that they plan to "hock
fchamik -although that does aeem necessary to any campaign
Th<> may have you by the collar, but their awn lapel pins si-
Kederation's Twentieth Anniversary China is the tradition
kymbol for 20 Wonder what they'll do in forty years, when
symbol is diamonds?
"Premiere Luncheon," KrPt clamour function of
Combined Jewish Appeal Women's Division
Tuesday at Eden Roc hotel, is headed for bril-
liant success, judging by these smiling mem-
bers of arrangements committee. Final prep-
fTr-tions for bin event are in capable hands of
neft to rqht) Mesdam.es Seymour Heller, Scm
Host. Jack Corner, A. J. Harris and reservations
chairman Mrs. Morris Goodman.
king of Federation. Artie Kravfti and William A. "Bill"
Imtraub have planned a "CJA cocktail party for some of our
Kids at Artie's home. 2336 SW 4th st. for Jan. 20 .
The two are known in business circles as an invincible team
Artie's heading the CJA Metro Division this year, with depend-
kick Bill as co-chairman Their wives click, too, and
i to provide fashion excitement wherever they go.
Republican State Committeeman Leon Ell flew to his home,
of Chicago Jan. 8 to visit with his daughter and son-in-law,
dr and Joel Balkin Washington and New York are on his
prary on the way back .
C-olden Age Clubber Mrs. Ida Pravda celebrated her 80th birth
at the Club recently Helping her cut the tiered birthday
It was her daughter. Mrs. Morris Lerner, owner of Famous res-
Tant. and Joseph Horowitz, president of Golden Age ... Mr. and
Samuel Grief, club members, shared in the party.
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, Claire (Mrs. Sydney) Wehwraub,
Wrs. Marie Volpo are among the 17 outstanding women in
e county for 1957 chosen by the Miami Daily News .
Mrs. Meyers continues to be a strong voice on the School
' as we" to pour time and energy into Israel Bond drives
ciaire Weintraufc, of course, organizes the Mother's March on
po each yearand this is her busy busy month! ... And there
wouldn't be room to list her other activities .
in ?,' u,lp* iS ,he great Udy <* 0te Univer'y o' Miami Sym-
"> Orchestra Always on the go. she excitedly set up a
^conference last Monday for principals Fabien Sevitsky and |-#,_||AJ TaaawsKti
'''rce. who will perform with the Orchestra this Sunday eve- llSTaNcG I UcSQdf
! m lieu of renowned composer Igor Stravinsky, who had to ?
icel out.
Women's 'Premiere Luncheon" Tuesday
Will Hear Noted Author Maurice Samuel
. miri* MC*r
Rebekah Officers
Theodore M. Hymen is bringing his lovely bride, the former
I'V* Su# N*t'n9ham, to Miami this weekend She'll be Intro
[ ,0 su<"n members of the family who have not yet met her
w< in the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell Hyman,
" 33rd st. .
Assisting at the tea will be Pat's sister in law. Mrs. Leslie T.
Th' tnd Mr*' U C- -ehmsn -
lsrr. -p* U ,he dau8ht" the Charles B. Nottingham*, of
us ta' and the eofP'e < in Raleigh. N.C.. where
ilinr iL-a?d "^ edi,or for she Nor^ Carolina StAte College Ag-
"tural Extension Service.
Seek
lie
and ye shall find Born to Plera and Joseph M. Gold-
i 3131 SW 7th st., Miami, son David Mark, Dec. 31 at
Hospital .
'"joins his three sisters, beginning with 14-year^ld Anne
i';'"^,^. II. nd A1i. Bronda, 3 .
i 2^nsKi.MJ' "BdP"*nt "" nd "" "
- bru sund,y ';. ES-"m *mng the 10 **** PfeSent
Sunshine Rebekah Lodge 9 in-
stalled Mrs. Evelyn Decky noble
grand at ceremonies Tuesday eve-
ning at the Workmen's Circle, 25
Washington ave.
Others who assumed office are
Bella Rosenberg, vice grand; Bea-
triceCole, treasurer; Mynn Gilbert,
financial secretary; Dora Botwink.
recording secretary.
Appointed officers are Bertha
Cohen, warden; Rose Yatchie, con-
ductor, Jean Hart, chaplain; Lil-
lian Schwartz, outer guardian;
Rose Krertzman. inner guardian;
Bertha Dernis, musician; Yetta
Teitel. right supporter to noble
grand; Margie Roth, left supporter
to noble grand.
Sylvia Thaler, right supporter to
vice grand; Sylvia Krugman. left
supporter to vice grand; Sadie
Yoles, color bearer; Beatrice Roth-
Miuric* Sitiuet. r>r:7e ivinnin"
novelist, traveler and lecturer, will
be principal speaker at the Com-
bined Jewish Anpeal "Premiere
Luncheon" Tuesday noon in the
Eden Roc hotel. Mrs. Simuel Lio-
ton and Mrs. Carl Weinkle. lunch-
eon chairmen, announced here.
The noted literarv figure will be
in Miami for the first time.
Th- brilliant Women's Division
meeting will officially open fund-
raising activities by the women
of Dado county in behalf of tH
more than SO causes served by
CJA, including aid to Israel and
aasapaei of the extraordinary Res-
cue Fund.
Women's Division c a m p a i g >
chairman is Mrs. Aaron Fair, who
declared she is optimistic the big
kickoff event "will surpass all pre-
vious CJA campaign affairs in
sheer excitement and color."
Over 300 women leaders repre
senting some 100 local and national
organizations are expected to send
the Women's Division campaign off
to a good start with their personal
gifts to CJA Tuesday.
Samuel is nationally known as
a frequent visitor to Israel and
n outstanding leader in the field
of world literature.
As a world traveler Samuel has
been in contact with practically
every Jewish community between
Jordan and the Golden Gate.
He has said that he travels in
order to check ayainst constant
personal observation what he r*
about Jewry in every part of the
world. His extensive writing-
have be?n devot.'d chiefly to the
presentation of Jewish values to
the English reading public. Jewish
and non-Jewish.
In 1944. the Saturday Review of
Literature awarded him the an-
nual prize for "The World of Sho-
lom Aleichem," which it consider-
ed the best contribution of the year
toward improving intergroup rela-
tions.
In "Prince of the Ghetto." "The
Gentleman and the Jew." "Certain
People of the Book." and other
works he has reinterpreted the
Jewish creations of the ;ast in
teims of the present.
His latest work. "The Profs-r
and the Fossil." is a documented
rebuttal of assertions on Jewish
history in Arnold J. Toynbee"s "A
Study of History '
stein, right supporter to chaplain;
Sophia Rubel. left supporter to
chaplain: Irene ruble, junior pan
noble grand; Edna Luna, right sup-
porter to junior past noble grand;
Mary Adler. left supporter to junior
past noble grand; Dorothy Bauer,
three-year trustee; Mrs. Jean Hart,
publicity chairman.
Wonderland Trip
Due Wednesday
A "Trip to Wonderland" lunch-
eon and fashion show sponsored
by North Shore chapter of B'nai
R'rith Women will be held Wednes-
day noon at the Fontainebleau
hotel.
The pronram of this annual ex-
travaganza, arranged by chair-
man Mrs. Mark Silverstein witn
co-chairmen Mrs. George Baltuch
and Mrs. Charles Reichenthal,
will feature a fashion show by
Dorothea, and wiM include sur-
prise top entertainment.
Mrs. George S. Levenson. ticket
chairman, is taking reservations.
President of the chapter is Mrs.
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tn busily raising money for their
fid ResOU Fund.
hi- dub's president and her
Lband, Dr. and Mrs. Sam Wilen-
i. played host to the group at a
lent post Chanuka party. Guest
laker was Rev. Joseph Krantz.
\\ Aster gave a commentary on
plem Aleicham.
fhe club's annual Sisters' lunch-
>pmsored by the Mesdames
por Rnsenstein, Louis Yelson, and
nine Boifer.-^aTTipTd-'njeSBay,
proceeds also going to the
Id Rescue) Fund.
I The Talpiot Farm for Agricul-
ral Research will receive the
oceeds from the wedding anni-
ts.iry dinner Mrs. Bernard
^weli, president, is planning lor
Lib II, when ir honors Mr. and
ft. Nathan Bookspan Tuesday
ining, at the Royal Hungarian
itaurant.
i Sonia Wiss will entertain,
Mrs. Mania Shu bow will be
Itmaster.
Irs Fred Sandier, president, re-
li'il this week that the Greater
li Council of Pioneer Women's
nuations will gather for a
Dtlily meeting at the Seville ho
hiesday, 1 p.m.
am for the Council's 18th
or luncheon will be discussed.
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Luncheon meeting of Lorber
chapter, Jewish National Home for
Asthmatic Children at Denver, was
held at the Ocean Ranch hotel
Tuesday.
Films were shown to members
of Lorber by president Mrs. Irv-
ing Goldstein, in order to demon-
strate first-hand the work being
done at the Home. The films
were taken during the Homo's
recent Golden Anniversary con-
vention *t Denver.
A musical comedy, "There are
Things That We Can Do," was also
presented, starring Lorber's Little
Theatre Group. Skit was written
by Mrs. Jack Dayan and Mrs. Har-
old Solomon, and directed by Mrs.
Herbert Wilensky.
Brunch to Honor
Hostesses Here;
Show Jan. 29
Mrs. Louis Leinberg will tender
a brunch at her home. 5430 Riviera
dr.. Coral Gables, Wednesday
morning in honor of the more than
60 women who will be hostesses at
Beth David Sisterhood's luncheon
and fashion show at Westvicw
Country Club Jan. 29.
Mrs Lemberg will be assisted by
Mrs. William A. Weinlraub, lunch-
eon chairman.
The fashion show and luncheon
at WestvTew'will feature fashions
by Hartley's, wilh Coronet mod-
els. Music will bo by the Eddie
Green Trio. Air Franco and
Hartley's wiil supply the settings,
with emphasis accenting the
Parisian theme.
French Consular Agent Philip W.
Moore and Henri Lesicur, Air I
France general manager, will be
among honored guests.
Serving wilh Mrs. Weintraub are
chairman Mrs. Edward Goldberg,
co-chairman Mrs. Lemberg and the
Mesdames George Feller, Mel
Crane, Louis Spector, Herbert
Schcr, John Feller, Morris Rabino-
witz, Sidney Kaplan, Richard Her-
ald and Martin Varat.
'Travel Treats' to Feature
The 1 and 8 p.m. Thursday, Jan.
23 'Travel Treats" series at the
Miami Public Library will feature
films on Honduras, Mexico and
the Black HiUs of South Dakota.
Anyone over age 14 may pick up
free tickets for this program 6
p.m.. Monday at the Main Lib-
rary, One Biscayne blvd.
Heril Hadssseh
Herzl group of Hadassah will
meet at the Algiers hotel Monday
noon.
Sisterhood Meeting
Temple Ner Tamid Sisterhood
will meet Wednesday evening at
Surfside Town Hall, 93rd st. and
Clothier, Wife are Guests
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Goldman,
of New York City, were guests at
the Cotton Club this week. Their
hosts were Miami Beach business-
men and their wives, Mr. and Mrs.
Irvin Shapiro, Mr. and Mrs. David
Miller, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Pertnoy. Goldman is of the famous
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Dr. Solomon Kann will talk on
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Appearance of Dr. Kann has
been arranged through the South-
ern Assn. of Cardiology Technolo-
gy in conjunction with the Heart
Assn. of Greater Miami.
A Heart Assn. film, "Ar-
terio-Sclerosis," will supplement
Dr. Kann's message which is
scheduled to start at 9 p.m.
Dr. Kann is a clinical instructor
for the Department of Internal
Medicine and Cardiology at the
University of Miami, and a mem-
ber of the American Medical Assn.,
Dade County Medical Assn., Amer-
ican Heart Assn. and Phi Delta
Epsilcn fraternity.
Women Host Men's
Blood Bank Offering
Sisterhood and PTA of Beth
David Synagogue hosted a break-
fast for the Men's Club Sunday.
This is a switchbut it was all
for a worthy cause: the Blood Bank
at Mt. Sinai Hospital.
According to club president
Charles Z. Spingarn, who is also
chairman of the club's Blood
Bank at the hospital, "Sunday's
was the largest turnout over re-
corded for any synagogue in the
Dado county area."
Seventy-four members partici-
pated in the blood donation pro-
ceedings supervised by Dr. Mar-
cus B. Cirlin, of the Mt. Sinai Blood
Bank Unit.
Hostesses at the breakfast were
Mrs. Charles Z. Spingarn. Mrs. Gus
Shaw, Mrs. Sam Ostrowsky, Mrs
Bertha Kossman, Mrs. Henry Ros-
engartcn, Mrs. Bernard Reiter and
Mrs. Sam Schaeffer.
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This English-Jewish 1950 cal-
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lYeshiva University and the
Einstein College of Medi-
IZeitz is in cnarge of the
125 million development fund
eampai-n of the country's first
non-sectarian medical school un-
der Jewish auspices.
He also directs the annual main-
tenance campaign of Yeshiva's
various graduate and undergrad-
uate schools and divisions. Zeitz
assumed his post last year after
having served for five years as
assistant director of development.
Before joining the depart-
ment, he was a top executive
of the United Jewish Appeal
and ef the New York federa-
tion of Jewish Philanthropies.
He has set up offices in the re-
gional headquarters of the Albert
Einstein College, Suite 6-G, Mi-
ami Beach Federal bldg.
A series of receptions honoring
members of the medical school
will be held in February.
Thousands Visit
More than 10,000 Miamians and
their winter guests boarded the
staunch barque, Mayflower II, dur-
ing the first six days she was open
to the public.
Berthed at Watson Island on
MacArthur causeway, the May-
flower II is almost dwarfed by the
sightseeing boats that curiously
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chapter of B'nai B'rith
fill have a block of tickets
for Alley Theatre's pro-
presentation of "The
Ige" Sunday, Jan. 26.
(he Charles MacArthur-
rht play about newspaper-
he "20s. Tickets may be
from Mrs. Harvey Her-
Mrs. Jack Teitler.
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chapter's Jan. 21 meeting
in the form of a workshop
iillel House, University of
impus at 11 a.m.
him. "Baltimore Story of
|on." will be shown follow
"buzz" session led by
layvis. state Anti-Defama-
4iie chairman, Miss Pris-
lenfeld, educational dtrec-
)L. and Miss Edna Belford,
lirnian of Chai chapter.
ssion will be summarized
ett Roth, chairman of Sep-
|oi Church and State com-
t>f ADL. Mrs. Samuel Os-
ADL chairman, has ar-
the program.

ar Roosevelt chapter held
lly business meeting at the
hotel, Wednesday. Pre-
luded "This i Your Life."
W to Talk
Ixygen Therapy
irst in a series of educa-
i-service programs for nur-
be held Monday under the
the nursing department
linai Hospital. Mrs. Carmen
Irector of nursing, announ-
Jnesday.
ratterson. of the IJnde
Co., and oxygen therapy
Native ot the Atlanta dis-
|the Union Carbide Co., will
a tilm and talk on the
[developments in oxygen
A two sessions in the We-
oom of Mt. Sinai. The first
I will be held at 9:30 a.m.
second at 1:30 p.m.
atonal and practical nur
he Greater Miami area are
|to attend and are asked to
hospital nursing office to
which session they wish to
There will be no charge,
. Ross said the latest oxy-
,rapy handbook will be dis-
to all who attend.
iiners to Meet
Niners of Temple Emanu-
congregation's club for
Temple members, will hold
In- and social Sunday after-
Ian. 25, in the Social Hall of
bple, according to Mrs. Isi-
twman, president.
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Trades Division Sets Sights High With
Workers Already Facing Rugged Slates
Yellow cashmere coat featuring yellow mink shawl collar
shown recently on Dave Ganoway's "Today" program is
inspected by (left) Mrs. Lee Poliner and Mrs. Eugene Heiman.
They are in charqe oi reservations for benefit and fashion af-
fair by Lorber chapter of Jewish National Home for Asthmatic
Children at Carillon hotel Wednesday, 1 p.m., where glam-
orous coat will be seen.
Trades Division of the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal is setting its
sights high tor the 1958 campaign.
Veteran hotelman Joseph Rose,
who participated in CJA's first
drive in 1939. will chair a luncheon
of his division Friday, with some
40 resort lealers present to assist
in implementation cf "the biggest
campaign in local history."
"Our campaign is now virtually
complete in all divisions," CJA
chairman Dr. Morris Goodman de-
clared on the eve of the hotel
group's Friday luncheon gather-
ing.
The meeting caps a series of
Mrs. Raab is Hostess
The home of Mrs. Nat Stein, 1771
Cleveland rd., will be the scene
Friday noon for a luncheon to be
attended by members ot Temple
Ner Tarn id Sisterhood. Mrs.
Charles Raab will be hostess. Pro-
ceeds are for the Temple religious
school.
Mrs. Biderman
Attends UN Confab
Mrs. Louis M. Biderman was
among representatives of the
Greater Miami chapter, United Na-
tions Assn., at the association's an-
nual state convention in Tampa
Saturday.
She is honorary chairman of the
Miami Beach Division of the UN
organization here.
Other representatives, meeting
at the Hillsboro hotel, included
Mrs. Claude Pepper. Coral Gables
chairman; Miss Agnes Crabtree.
Coral Gables delegate; and Mrs.
Philip A. Campora. secretary.
Prof. George K. Smart, ef the
University cf Miami, president of
thelecal UN Assn., headed the
delegation.
Representing the Florida State
Division were Larry Deets, Flor
ida chairman; Mrs. Woodrow W.
Boyle, Florida treasurer; and Col.
Frank Dunbaugh, honorary Florida
chairman.
Guest speaker at the convention
was Gen. Clark M. Eichelberger,
national executive director of the
American Assn. for the United Na-
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B'nai B'rith Social Council will
hold a dance at the Delmonico ho-
tel Saturday at 9 p.m.
NYU President
In Talk Here
Dr. Carroll V. Newsom, presi-
dent of New York University.ad-
i dressed members of the South
Florida Alumni Club Saturday
noon at the Algiers hotel.
Newsom has been a chief exec-
utive officer of New York Univer-
sity since 1956, the largest private-'
ly-supportcd institution of higher,
education in the nation, and la
former Associate Commissioner
for Higher and Professional Educa-
tion oi the State of New York.
He succeeded to the presidency
when Dr. Henry T. Heald resigned
to become president of Ford Foun-
dation.
'fashions on Parade'
"Flagler-Granada Fashions on
Parade" was to be a feature of the
Women's Group meeting at the
Center Thursday evening. Mem-
bers were to model their own
made-at-home fashions for them-
selves and their children. Dennis
Trupkin was scheduled to offer the
incidental music in honor oi Jew-
ish Music Month.
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AJCommittee
Installs Officers
Installation of new officers of the
Greater Miami chapter. American
Jewish Committee, took place last
week in the Santa Maria room of
the Columbus hotel.
Col. Nathan B. Rod. new chap-
ter president, indicated the crow
ing involvement of the AJC in
areas of housing, education and
other concerns of the community.
Also installed were the vice pi !l
idents J. Gerald Lewis and Van
Myers.
Serving as secretary is Mrs.
Charles 1 D, an-1 David
Fleeman is linancial set
R. W. Apte was returned to his
office as treasurer.
Harold B. Spaet, Miami Beach
councilman is serving as chairman
of the executive committee.
Serving with hiin on the commit-
tee are Mrs. Leo Ackerman. Mr.;
Hendrik Berne, Charles Finkel-
stein, Harvey Klcisthma.i. Burton
B. Goldstein. Mi. and Mrs. Charles
Goldstein, Jerome 0. Greene, Jer
ome C. Hofmayer, Jay Ki-lak, Irvm
Korach. Mrs. Charles Leeds, Jerry
M. Lindzon.
Ernest J. London, Herbert L
Markow, Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot, Alexander
Rubin. Lee Ruwitch, Dr. Peritg
Scheinberg, Jay R. Schwartz. Fred
K. Shochet. Adm. H. R. Sobel, Mrs.
Bernard Stevens, Henry E. Wolff,
Richard F. Wolf son.
Advisory board is chaired by Leo
Robinson. Serving wuh him are
Col. Jacab M. Arvey, G.org J.
Bert man Ben Danbaum, Samuel
Friedland. Arthur S. Fne!n in,
Mrs. Jennie Grossin per, Aaron M.
Kanner. Rakbi Irviiy: Lehi
Baron dcHirsth Meyer, Di. Kurt
Feiser. Dan B. Rus.dn. A. A. U.i-
gar. Dr. Joseph M Wcidberg. Jos-
eph Weinlrauh, Mrs. Sidney
traub, Col. Mitchell Wolfson.
fast-moving Trades affairs dur-
ing the past ten days, initially
proposed by the newly-devel-
oped Business and Professions
Council under the chairmanship
of Abe Kurmm at a recent plan-
ning session at the Jewish Home
for the Aged, major Combined
Jewish Appeal beneficiary here.
Conforming to the "BAPCoun-
cil" streamlined format were
these groups:
e Automotive Division, William
"Bill" Lehman, chairman, initial
meeting Jan. 7.
e Miami Beach Lawyers' Divi-
sion. David Catsman, chairmen,
meeting Jan. 8.
e M>ami Lawyers' Division.
Gus Feuer, chairman, meeting
Jan. 12.
e Drug Division, Sam Goldman,
chairman, meeting Jan. 14. to plan.
Jan. 28 affair at chairman's home.
Meanwhile, Oscar Member
and Daniel M. Broad, who have
teamed successfully for s sec
years as co-chairmen of Nee
Aparment House Division, call-
ed their committee into immedi-
ate action with a workers'
breakfast Jan. 5 at Hie Tides
hotel, followed by a steering
committee meeting Thursday of
this week. Thjir plans call foe-
coverage of all apartment houses
in Miami Beach, some 2,000 in
number.
Among other Trades squads
which went into action was the
Miami Beach Real Estate Division.
Chairman Harold Segal has called
a general committee meeting at
his home, 2845 Prairie ave. Wed-
in -ihiy '"i fling.
Bebedtded tor future meeka are
a Lawyers' D cocktail partv
Jan. 29 at the home of Feuer, and
a boa) ol conferences, social events
and l.md-raisiim mooting! to be-
ihc Mf, march towards tiv
Trades Division quota.
Fashion Show Scheduled
Fourth annual fashion show of
>he Naomi group of Hadassah
Show Stoppers ol '58." will be
held Monday evening at the Bi*
cayne Terrace hotel. A trip fer
two to Havana via Pan American
Airways and a weekend at the Ho-
tel Nacional will be the prizes Mrs
F.stelle liein is chairman of the at-
fair.
WtDGWER Will SHARE
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David Seto will become IUrM.
iah Saturday f*gg ag^
of coral Way Jewah Center in
West Miami Jun;or H*. **
He is Iho Mi of Mr and Mrs. Ben
Iota
jvtfje Scfcdfz to Sp*k ,K
Criminal Court of Records of Dad.
Comty. will be guest speaker-at a
lunche.i. meeting of Miami B
.,.,, B'nth TM*] '"-'"
in the PiLido hotel.
Up
Ralph Martin, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Liniado, 3447
Chase ave., will become Ear
Mitzvah at Temple Beth Sho-
lom Saturday, Jan. 18. Rabbi
Leon Kronish will officiate.
KOBcUJA AND OAIL
Robert Alan, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry S'ern. 6100 La-
Gorce dr., will becom? Bar
Mitzvah Saturday, Ian. 18, at
Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi
Leon Kronish will officiate.
Roberta, Gail Will
Be Bas Mitzvah
Roberta and Gail, daughti i
Mr h Sbuiman
: as Mifo ah al I
da) morn
. El Di Ir
will of
Robe
member of the I >.-
1 il is a ninth lent,
st in the estra
t at N
as well as Eraanu El
1! of-
tend Ni
Beach Bank
Capitalization
Bank of Miami Beach thi> wot*
announced an increase in C|
nation with t "' 1500
addition..: shar* -
In making the announcement,
board chairman Martin Von Zamft
said tin iSStM WM needed due to !
the rapid growth ol the bank
The nisi itrweture reflocu Sfivi
000 par and 1130.000 F
merly. this wai 1300.000 par
S100.000 wrplm Voi Zamfl
Th- boai nan dec
that : law
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bank." He -aid it was intere
to note thai a ol
the new issue hai been purch
The annturcerr.e-t, mad* at
n annual sfsckHo!dr$' meeting,
followed on the hels o1 'he elec-
Rohdes Manage
Floridian Club
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Rofede
have been appointed resident man-
agers of the Floridian Rewdeaice
Club for senior citiiena, according
to an announcement by George J.
Bertman
Kohde was for six years pewsi-
(l, nt of the South Jersey Home for
i hnstian Scientists, and has made
a special study of the living prob-
!en | of older people.
He has visited every outstanding
home for retirees in the country,
and has lectured on the subject of
senior citizens and their living
problems in more than 30 church-
Hi< wife. Dorothy, who is assist-
ing him in his position at the Plor-
,***
MwnWs of ta
culoaia Soc.t,
1 p.m.. at the Fai
j Board members .
;a.m. Preaident ItnT
warti and ehairtnaa It,
will discus f1M| pU||(
nual dinner dance I
at the Cafe de Psj
I i__
luncheon Parry y,
Sisterhood of the
Jewish Center win
ly luncheon and i _
neaday noon at the U
BTimY: president, has i
I idi*n- graduate u,
research from Tempfc i
and formerly had her oat]
inn research firm in |
t'on of fovr new directors to the
board: Howard Retort Hirscti,
Ronald AunwaW, Irvln* Nathan-
ton and Harold P. Kravita.
Directors rcelected include Leo
Max BoHerman. J. A. Can-
\ il Darsky, Irving Feldman.
Goldman. Joseph M. Rose.
Muravchick, D. Lee Powell,
Harold Thurman and Von Zamft
New board member Hirsch is a
'local attorney and director and
of the Grandview
of Oi vetand.
Mink of Miami Beach
ent i- a former in-
structor of the Amerimj
of Banking gradual* ^
Credit Admir,Ntratioa njl
ber of the advisory ban*;]
ida Marine Industriet
Nathan son. an attoreej
ted in the practice d |
Miami Beach Mayor Ke_
has extensive real estifcL
including Sandpiper ViHnJ
coin Field apts.
Kravitx, also a lawyer. 1
torney for the Dade roem
tion in the last .session d|
legislature lie i, ,
president of the Hialad
Fprims Bar \
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Ballet Due
Feb. 26-27
I Bullet of Israel, fresh
ictilar triumphs on the
fcnd, more recently in
City, will appear here
27.
Hi by S. Hurok under
Ihe America-Israel Col-
lation, the Inbal Dance
Israel is scheduled to
rformances at the D.ide
Itorium on the 26th and
>ch auditorium on the
mark Inbal's first ap-
Florida, since their
successful perform-
Martin Beck Theatre,
pry.
ind dance critics were
in their unqualified
\c foil; dancers who have
"A Treasure out of
irancc of the Inbal Bal-
the Miami area is part
program in observance
Benth anniversary.
Aces Appear
Ire// Theatre Soon
evening, Jan. 23, will
Id as "Thunderbjrda
Roosevelt Cinerama
Sere the new Cinerama
Lowell Thorn as'
Paradise," is currently
inutcd engagement.
evening, the world-fam-
Thirds, United States
precision flying toam of
are featured in the
HVfterinj;, will appear in
Ihe Hoo.sevelt Theatre
00 p.m., to meet mem
pross, TV, radio and
land to comply with re-
kutoyraphs.
Peerce, Sevitzky
To Perform Here
Metropolitan Opera tenor
rcc and noted conductor
Men Sevitzky join hands Sunday
and Monday evening at the Miami
l'.( ich and D&de County auditor-
iums in a concert with the Unit
sity of Miami Symphony Orche
The duo are i nents foe
1 wned composer [gor Stravifl
sky, who was forced to cancel his
engagement with the UU Orel
tra doe to U&esa.
Sevitzky will lead the orchestra
in Overture to "Roman Carnival."
Hector Berlioz: Symphony No. 4 in
A major, "Italian," Felix Men
sohn; and "Pines of Rome," a
symphonic poem by Ottorino Res-
pighi.
Mr. Peerce will be heard in O
del mio dolce ardor. Stuck; Love
Has Eyes, Bishop; Sound on
Alarm, from "Judas Macca-
beus," Handel; Flower Song,
from "Carmen," Biiet; and Re-
condite armonia, from "Tosca,"
Puccini.
Mr. Peerce. who was called by
the late Maestro Arturo Toscanini
"my favorite tenor," recently re-
turned from a triumphant tour of
the Soviet Union, that was con.sid
ered a political tour dc force a*
well 4k> a tremendous artistic sue
cess.
Captivating his Iron Curtain
audiences completely, he solidified
the impression ling a fact to the
Westthat he is one of the great
operatic lyric tenors of all time.
Sevitzky first studied piano with
Alexendcr Ziloti and violin with
Leon Koutzin at St. Petersburg Im
perial Conservatory of Music,
where he was a holder of the Cesar
Cui Scholarship.
He studied compositions with
Vassili Kalafatti, Anato) Liadoff.
Nicholas Rimsky-Korsakov, and
Alexander Glazounov, and was
graduated in 1911 magna cum
lande. He conducted the Philadel-
phia Chamber String Simfonictta,
which he founded in 1925.
He was music director and con:
ductor of Indianapolis Symphony
Orchestra for 18 years and has
been guest conductor with all the
major symphony orchestras in the
United States, Europe and South
America.
Talmudic Seminar
Launched on Radio
Talmudic Seminar of 'he Air be-
gan Friday over radio station
WMiE at 10:30 a.m.. and will be
heard regularly thereafter each
week at the same time.
The program, widely known as
"Daf Hashavua," will be conduct-
ed by Rabbi Pinchas M. Teitz, of
Elizabeth, N.J.
The taped program is also heard
regularly in Chicago, Boston, Mon-
treal and New York City, where
Rabbi Tcitz inaugurated is five
years ago.
Main feature is the teaching
in Yiddish of a page from the
Babylonian Talmud.
Rabbi Teitz is chief rabbi of
Elizabeth and dean of the Eliza-
beth Yeshiva. He is a member of
the praesidium of the Union of
Orthodox Rabbis of the United
States and Canada, and is a recog-
nized authority on Talmudic law.
Mr. and Mir. Jack Cantor present keys to 1111 Lincoln rd. bldq.
to Marvin Fields. .United Cerebral Palsy Poster Boy, to be
used as 1958 UCP Telethon headquarters. Mori Fremon. of
Cantor Associates, member of Cerebral Palsy Telethon co-
ordinating committee, looks on.
His Winning Smile
Insures CP's Hope
Marvin Fields, National Poster
Boy for United Cerebral Palsy, is a
Miami boy.
He lives at 10030 SW 38th ter.,
with his father, who is a public
school teacher, his mother and two
sisters and baby brother.
Though a cerebral palsy from
birth, Marvin has superior intelli-
gence and has such a happy person-
ality and beautiful smile that he
wins hearts wherever he goes.
At the national Cerebral Palsy
convention in October, hold in St.
Louis, Mo., some of the members
suggested that his smile be in-
sured by Lloyds of London.
Marvin goes to Tropical School,
in a class for handicapped chil-
dren, where he is an excellent stu-
dent.
Since first seen at the Cerebral
Palsy Rehabilitation Center in Mi-
ami in March, 1955. he is walking
better, does not crouch and is show-
ing constant, over all improvement.
Marvin won the National Poster
Boy honor over all other entries
from United Cerebral Palsy affil-
iates from throughout the United
States.
BIKNARD NfAir
Book Review featured
Book review by Irving Tillis a/ai
featured at an evening meet
the Greater Miami chapter. WO-
men's American ORT, Tuesday in
the Deauville hotel.
HNOMS THTZ
,IJrT
Bowery Night' Scheduled
Abe Horowitz Post 682 of Jewish
War Veterans will hold a "Bowery
Night" Saturday evening, Jan. 2$,
at Carpenters Hall in N. Miami.
IMAN Kill >IM
You to See ULTRAMODERN CLAMOROUS
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Kosher Home
flames Treasurer
Rabbi Kalmen Shapiro has been
named treasurer of the Bikur Cho-
lim Kosher Convalescent Home of
Greater Miami, according to an an-
nouncement here by "Mrs. Victoria
Roe, director of the non-profit in-
stitution at 310 Collins ave.
Rabbi Shapiro, who is kosher
food supervisor of Mt. Sinai Hos-
pital, called for strong suonort of
the Bikur Cholim Home "because
it means so much to strictly kosher
Jewish convali
He said it also will prove "an
economic benefit to the commun-
ity."
Mrs. Roe meanwhile announced
no stretcher or wheel chair cases
arc being accepted by the Home.
Conference Meeting Held
Combined general and board
meeting of the Conference of Jew
ish Women's Organizations of Dade
and Broward Counties was to take
place Thursday morning at the
Roney Plaza hotel, according to
president Mrs. Harry Rogers.
9B
Telethon Slated
Saturday Evening
Ffleen-ycar-old Michael Fiver,
Pl ("arlyle ave is one of many
children and adults currently be-
ing treated at United Cerebral
Palsy Assn. of Miami.
The Rehabilitation Center, tlio
most complete in the UnitedSflat]
.v siroported by the giant Telethon,
scheduled this weekend.
\\t KT. eh. 7. wili carry the Tel-
[ctho.i at the Miami Beach aujii-
jterjkim. from 10:30 Sab'rriay ev-
UoflsT to a-u>iimJb Hmfftsraftioon.
| Niles Trammel. WCKT-WCRR
Ident, ha cleared ;ill other
programs ln>m the channel ,for
the Telethon period.
Dtozens of top-drawer stars
have already volunteered their
services: Cab Calloway, Vic Da-
mono, the Ritz Brothers, Bitty
Ecksiine, G-oigia Gibbs, Don
Cornell, and countless others.
Dennis James, popular master
of ceremonies, will again pace
the show this yaar, with the help
of Virginia Graham.
Beuinnin :. at 8 o'clock Sund v
m< rnin1,' children will flock to the
auditorium to see John Payne.
Western star, Captain Bob and
Clarabelie, Miss Iris of the Romp-
e Room, and others.
i his year, the Telethon will try
to raise S3U.0JO. a figure UCP
president Cecil i- Woods teems
"minimum requirements" for the
operation of the beautiful Rehabil-
itation Center at 1411 NW ltfh
a\c\. Miami.
Michael Piver can't walk yet,
but he's learning now to use his
hands and arms at the clinic.
Michael works long, uncom-
plaining hours with the doctors
and therapists.
The many people who daily come
to the clinic are only a part of tiu-
1.172 CP sufferers who last year,
and this year, too, are being
brought to a near-normal life by the
public support of the United Cere-
bral Palsy of Miami Telethon.
Neary Managing
Director of WGBS
The appointment of Bernard E.
Neary as managing director of
WGBS Radio was announced this
week by William E. Rinc, vice
president of radio operations for
the Storer Broadcasting Company.
Neary takes over Storer's 50,000-
watt Miami operation after a ten-
ure as station and general sales
manager of WINZ. Miami. He has
been active in the Miami broad-
casting industry since 1950.
Hit past experience includes
the Florida managership for Ziv
Television Programs. Eastern
sales representative for Geyer-
McAllister Trade Publications,
and four ysars in tho radio de-
partment of the Kudner Advor-
tising Agency in New York City.
Neary is active in Miami civic
life, working with the public re-
lations division of the United
Fund, and in recent years with
the Red Cross. At present he is
first vise president of the Nation-
al Sales Executives Club of Miami
and a member of the Miami Assn.
of Food Trades and the Riviera
Country Club.
Neary resides with his wife and
son in Coral Gables.
JNF Meeting Wednesday
Jewish National Fund will meet
Wednesday evening at the Seville
hotel.
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FOR INCOME TAX MTURKS
TO H HUD W 1957
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Miami's Music Theater Debuts Here
With Taiama Game,' Galaxy of Stars
__k TV nmriurtion*
Z^"Z,Z iS,." mt *eW
thr Chan.....-r.iphrr for
CrCKGf LONDON
The coined genius fthj -J ^aJ^^^.
famed George Abbott. BJctart YJ "..... Ju Smh
i Adler and the late Jerry Ross prOf jduced the honk and lyrics of HOW
I Broadway I eSl
:SS SSLSSf A? f*-
re Matured in 'he New York mark thr VMl as the first pe
ZHSL which W.. to op* manen. ^^^^
theatre in-tm- aunnsiiue UwNDOC 9ehwB M
tablished the tent IKU on .9'n
j mure than IU
at
Miami's nv\\
round at 8413 NW 7th ive. Tbur
day.
Met Vets Will
Star in Aida
Metropolitan Opera stars George
London, Jean Madeira, and Lu-
cine Amara will be making their
From Broadway, with impres-
sive backgrounds in musical
comedy, come
such talented
few -
:ace-
ment ol Game," the
schedule ol hit attractions in-
Famous European star Curt Jurgens joins Robin
star in "The Enemy Below," new CinemaScope and!
starting Tuesday at Wometco's Carib, Miami, Ma,
Gateway Theatres. Based on novel of same J
singing st.r of a host of musical inc P,., f, nd Enemy Below" tells dramatic lory of a duel to death
Miami debuts when they appear productions including "Pajama polls "Call Me Madam," Show- an American destroyer and a German submarine
in Verdi's 'Aida" at the Dade Game," "South Pacific," and i,,,.,, and "CarouseL" estingly probmq character studies ol two command]
'Annie Get Your Gun." Colee
performers as Norwood Smith, (.|ud,.s such famous musicals as
direct from the lead role in ..-rno King and I," Silk Stock-
"Guvs *rd Do'U" Sar Oii'on ings." "Fanny," "Happy Hunt-
County and Miami Beach audito-
riums Jan. 27 to 29 and Feb. 1.
London, sensational young six-
foot-two baritone, is starting his
seventh season with the Met. Miss
Madeira her tenth, and Miss
Amara her eighth.
Met veterans in the Miami
cast are tenor Kurt Baum and
basso Nicola Moscona. Baum is
starting his 17th season and Mos-
cona his 20th.
Worth, character comedian,
whose theatrical experience in-
cludes vaudeville, musical com-
edy, television and operetta;
Tally Brown, exponent of jaix
and graduate of Julliard; and
Jerry Eskow, veteran of movies
and televisionall directed un-
der the guiding genius of Ed-
ward Greenberg, director of the
St. Louis Municipal Opera
House.
Inherit the Wind/ Starring Ed Begley,
Opens at Grove Playhouse on Monday
"Inherit the Wind 'unanimously Actual names and places invol-
hailed b) critics throughout the na \ed in thi<- court contest over
lion j- one ol the great dramas of whether a school teacher was free
the decade, will be the next at- to discuss w.th his pupils the Dar-
traction at thi ire Play- uinian theory of evolution, have
house, starting Monday, fi r i two been changed in the play. Clarence?
week engagement. Darrow, the celebrated Chicago
Ed Begley, who starred in the tnal law >er. is called Henry-Orum-
rXor Arturl rii Si in kv^'h ? W'i h '^ Broadwa> ;': Pos,te mond ,s PP<>nent. three times-
ha ^oea^ friuen ivPin ,hi X ?Tnbe, h"a ,0 hls rred,t PmI Muni, for two Democratic candidate for the Pres-
na\e appeared frequently in the. the experience in an imposing ar- ..., u.,,i __,... .. ,. ZZ1
great opera houses of Europe, as ray of tent theatre all over the ', K \ '''" "' "l> ^'ll,am Jpnn'n3 Bryan.
veil as throughout the United n.tiofY row. the part he inherited from Mr called Matthew Brady in the play, j
States and on national television.", And Jerry Ross, featured danc- "a af,'T K.J"' eomnom *'" ^ P|a>-wi bv 1-eon Stevens.
William Jennings who played it to Begley's Darrow
commandiiiqj
Ste\ens, Wilhim w
Viola Frayne Wood**,
the production which 4
at the Playhouse until I
Feb. 1. Evening perfa
start at 8 30, with
Wednesdays ,,tid Satan)
p.m. There are no
on Sundays.
"This is easily the greatest cat Dramatic critic and former in-
of stars ever to appear in a Miami structor in the drama department
The handsome London was a
"bobby-sox" sensation in Vienna
when he appeared there in 1955
to sing in "Aida" at the opening
of the reconstructed Vienna Opera
House. He also holds the distinc-;
Uon of being the first U. S. singer
to appear with the Yugoslav Op-
era after World War II.
Miss Madeira, bewitching mez-
zo-soprano, has won acclaim
throughout the world for her por-
trayal of Carmen." a role which
fche sang at the Vienna State Op-
era in 1955.
Miss Amara, youthful soprano
who will sing the title role in
"Aida" here, skyrocketed from
the San Francisco Opera chorus
to stardom at the Met in a peri-
od of five years. She made her
European debut in Italy and
Scotland in 1954.
Baum, who is the ranking tenor
at the Met. was a well-established
ttar in Europe before coming to
BEA KALMU*.PRESENTS
Bryan, for more than a year.
The switch in roles by Begley,
necessitated when Muni's illness
forced him to leave the play,
created theatrical history and in-
spired the New York critics to
acclaim Begley's achievement as
one of the great acting feats of
all time.
in the V York production.
A highlight of the drama is the [
climatic scene in which Bryan, to
his surprise is called as a witness
against his cause Though calm
and assured at first. Darrow's r-1
Icntless interrogation eventually
drives Bryan to hysterical ranting
and thin, colli
The drama by Jerome l iwrence ""' '"<'"nut Gr0V* p,a>rhou*e j
and Robert E L Presentation of "Inherit the Wind,"
"Auntie Mann ,,i New B*f*Py supported by an unusual-)
t^ihN,a',-"i'1 ,Th''"tr'' lr"m 1955 ,y larKl' Broadwiy cast including'
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At Dilido Hotel
Irvine r|u.n ownpr ftf ^
UdO notfi sUrtS a new show pol.
: the United States in 1939. Dunn- ,lh ','! M"'j1"1 K,H1^' room
\m coronation CesUviU for It'lTi
Queen Eliwbeth, Baum sang the Wgemen, lav^S^
irole of Radames m "Aida" ln a \"v Moulln I;' featt
command performance at the ""'"' entert"ment "
Royal Opera. ifcl' S rs an
: Moscona. a naUve of Athl.ns, tU^fS'tL*
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feudal debut in Europe and had & >'- h .,,,, "Z
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pcaranee as Ramph.s in 'Aida' at
the Met in 1937-38.
Wow Haying thru Jan. tu
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FR J-a%7 OPEBA GUILD OFFICE FH WM*
625 S.W. 204, Rd.. Miami, Fla.
Eigyg&IIY OF MIAMi ^YMPHnnv nRfHESTMl
FABIEN SEVITZKY
Ceeit C*Watar
JAN PEERCE
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JUDAS MACCA-Se^S
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ECOND,TSrA0RMONrA"CA,,MEN"


17. 1958
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Maries
TINKELSTCIN
died Jan. II. A reel-
fears, he is Bill v
im. Jack. Foetal
. En and Mrn. Anna Srh-
were Jan. I- .it Helt-
Honie, with burial in
P>H 5H6FFEL
tililnai.in ave die I Jan
i: ild s of.'el.
.VI. i.-ai I itTJfU l Ml
M were Jan. IS
i > with i!
. .- .. .
IlE wriiART
kitM
, the was a
i ,i i i Hoi,.
... .lewis'' II ...... fas be
Ik Indud. in malmiid.
i. Mr*. AriVl -
\li Miriam K.iriu-.
11, m 8llv< r; 'ii I h -..n.
were -Inn 1.1 at
ill Memorial Chape*,
Mt Ntl' ivmetery.
118 GOTTLIEB
Sth Hvr, died Jan. 11.
L m.l Lull.It, he was a
lli.rlila Itutldei* Assn
_, Board f Realtors. A
fifi vear*. hi- ran unMii-
Ihe lejtlalature as a Ke-
_.-,(i. In 1910, he wax a
Irace driver llarnev nld-
Ina lleaih Surviving are
II., n win. Da via; two
s. Me'ln Huff inn n IM
lam; four brothera, ln-
of Miami, iwii -.later*.
,. Hniah Roaenliei*. Ml-
rVhlldien ami "ne vraat-
iVrvi.-. were Jan. 1? 81
hil Home, with burial In
notary.
*Y AZRIKAN
Hlalenh r.-nvalewenoe
11. A retired fesrelea
:l here alx yeata. S T-
ona, Bam ami ii. ii
i ,m,l tw.. ulaters Set -
r\ ,i war* in Sew Vmk.
maral Home In charae
Irice danskv
I'ark. near Kt. l-aud-i -
II. A retired l.ulldlns
a as a M iml realdent
i nvlna t" Oakland
,, urvl<'ora
(if.,. Ha ah two
, Mr..
|rt iiifi three aial' -
i hi' Ten Pervlrea
i fiord I- 'I H""i'
Ml n. ''>
RTZ LYSSE
711, i.i Ian If. He
I .....'hi
Ri ': and a
Servd i ii i*
(n.'ial H" > with in.il.i1
aeTnar
i)R0E POWERS
li ih i.i. iii.'d Jan. i"
Florldi student he
hi .. | .ii -
father Herman, and a
rt s. i arere Ian IS
l.ake-lde I'.-met. n
|NEV PHILLIPS
Pith ve>., .ii i.i n "
ago 'r.i.ii Ki"l'n I
- wtfa, Max Her vie
mi bui Lai In Mt Nebo
|RAY SMUHKIN
Dai Hi i.....Ir died
Mb .'.I "at manufai
[u.-nt i S r
wll
aere In NY-. I
>i Memo hi i 'ii.tpr'
ii i aiiRemenia.
|PH R. SPIEGEL
-t ava., .li..1 Jan. 11. A
.-x. .in it.-. ha \.
iI \aara i la I. ..v.
iiiul a Blatter Het I
ii i I i, i N v with
V. I I in I i Ml Ipel in
mei .a kx ally.
qoxvon
UNHU HOM|
Jlio.w* 1.141*
eun nee**
INS
TV*STmW|
WIUehAre
Certified ea
IEK *, i
M. NEWT FEI.DVAN
i. of ti mnina hvc, winter resilient here f.ir ten v.-.i
*' prealdent "f K -111,.. l-ubl
of riil.ajio. Hurrlvlnti aiu ^..i.. Wll
ee li ..ih. r Ini-lttdltiK Roj
and Carlyle. Miami Bea.h and a ela-
te r Harvlrea war* Jan 13 al Chleaan
with Rlverxide-lli-ach Manorial Chapel
in rliuiK*' <*f loi'al aiTana......'lit*.
MAX GLICK
4. of inKo nk |t|S| tc, ,n^,| 1un ,n
A realdont here la yearn, he wan In th.-
Iiiundrv and dry oleanlnt bu
Suivivlne are hia wif... Roalyn; a
ilaiiKhter. Huaan: a ami. Rarry; a lir..-
thi-i- and two alatera. Servlci
v.i. .n linaklm, with
eh.....Beach -Mein.n-I.il Chaiiel in t-aarai
of I.H'al urranaemanta
PHILIP OIRSHON
4. or M3 WaahlniUon ava., died Jan
in A retired owner of a retail li>nthi
.....I" hlllai ha waa a realdent here
..even yearn. Ha leavaa a dauahtei.
Prlwlllu. ffervfcea and burial ware In
I'lnc Inniiil. with Rlvi" h Me
mortal Chapel in charge of In.al ai -
mwiiit
MRS. ROSE ROSENBERG
SJ. of 12201 SW 62nd ava.. died Jan. 9
A resident here one year, ahe I* aur-
vlvad by a on, Alexander lyevlti; a
ilamhtar. Mr. Helen Maaaln: a bro-
ther and f.ur alatera. Bervlci
burial were In rharleaton. s I on
Jan. 12. with Itlvei-l.le-ll..a. h M...
mortal Chapel In eharge of local ar-
ratiaementa.
MRS. LEAH ROSENOARTBN
W. of :. SW 2.1rd at. died Ian. 1
Mhe came here from Memphln. Tenn..
2i yaara ago. There are n>> aurvlvora.
Sel v I.-.- were Jan. Ill at Itivernide-
Heach Meim.ibU t'liapel. with burial
in Ml Slnnl iVmMwv.
PHILIR ROSENBERG
B4. of 4900 Cherokee ave.. died Jan 7
A retired theatrical agent, he was a
realdent here eight yeara Surviving
aN hia wife, Mll'li.-.l. t., daughtera.
Mr*. Hetty C.raf and Mu I'atrl. ia
Ziirkerman: and a hi other. Service*
were In New York, with Newman-
Gordon Kuneral Home In i harae of
Iim al an am-. Hi. nl-
MRS. MOLLIE KAUFMAN
t'i. of 2".2". I'lnetne ilr died Ian A
wlatei resident here for N yeai
l Kiiivive.i by two s..Ti~ Bernard and
Uoula; aeven daughters. Including Mra
Hanna Elmmerman, Mi- Bva lack
and Mrs Helen In inn. all of Miami
Ban eh; M grandrhlld:. ii ii. I .
'iil Iren Hen I -. utul burial
v, v.nk. with v." man Oor-
'I"" I IBM r.i\ Home In ,|i.,ige ..I l",-:l
. mente.
HERMAN JUWELES
''. "f 100 W I gton ave died Jan 9.
'nt hen* two yea is I. I. IVM
t. i M' Sa.ll. W.iil.nham
Rervleeii .nil burial were in Boat on,
wNh Rlv* .!. Baaoh Memorial Chapel
In charge of arrangements looally.
MRS. ANNA KAUFMAN
BS, of 1..2.". Kurlld ave.. died Jan A
,.-Hi. nt here In yeara. she Is aurvlvetl
by four anna, Joseph. Meyer. Saul and
Alli.rt; and a daughter. Mrs Batty
Roae. Services and Im.-lal wero In
' "lair-'i. with Rlveratde-Beach Me-
nioilal Chapel In rhara> of atraage-
lilellta llH-all)'.
NATHAN FEIGELES
K'.. owner of the Carlton Hotel at I4S:t
'.nine ava., died Jan. T A resident
here 12 yearn, he la survived by his
LIU! ii a in-other. Max; and two
8lat*re, Mra. Olorla Kofskv and Mlas
'" tea K' lueic- Bervfcea weie Jan. 8
at Newman-Cordon Kuneral H Kne,
With burliil in Mt. .Vebo Ceinetory.
MRS. IDA WEXLER
"* o' lilt Penr vanla ava., died
Jan.-7. A resident bare 16 yeara, she
Is atmived b) h.r husband. Isaac; a
son. Mark: a daughter. Mis I.air a
'nil. rn ami a brother Harvlrea e/are
Jan. X at llordnn Funeral Horn*, with
biiiiai In Mi Sinai Cemetery.
SAUL HERMAN
2. of 5:-ir, Alton id., djad Ian II A
Wall-known Miami Beach reatauean-
teur, he operated the Oohtan Sate
Hotel restaurant and former!) oper-
ated restaurant* at tbr.Khellsirn.- and
IHI.Ido hoteli. He wafli membttr of
Temple Beth Shulom Meh's Club, the
Miami I:.-.oh Klks. Ulatm Bench
Chamber ..f Commerce;, the Hotel
Salesmanship Assn., nml was a Maaoa
an,I Slninei A reaiiVnl loi, I
he leaves his wife, hrma; a daughter.
Mr*. Vickl-I*ll.n (Yli-dnian: and a
grandann Rarvlcen Jan p"
1.11 l i I-- H. ich Men..... il i 'I i t|iel.
with burial m Mt Nebo Cemetery.
CHARLES BURKE
Iff ISM PW 'ith feve .li- I lai
\ retired jewelry Blanuf&i'l.....r, io
wna a i. si.lent here 1- ea Sui -
vlvors Include his wife. Radio; a aon.
Frederick: a daughter. Mrs la, ipi. -
In i- King a brother, three --isters and
four grnii'l. hlldi en. Sei \
7 at Gordon Funeral Home with
burial In Ml Venn Cem.
^Jttvlsti ffbrkHoti
Dmw
BY
jatSsB**-:
I JO/N
'i Tern pip Si- nolc"
MINIMUM
IrViEMBFRSHir:
Cear. lter. Ueaam mtunn
winter visitor for 10 yearn, she la sur-
vive.I by her husband. Joseph; and
two sons. Samuel and Albert Services
were in Cleveland. with Rlvernl.le-
linu h Memnilal Chapel In cliaige of
local arrangeinenta.
DR. ISADORE W. ELLMAN .
4, of 4771 Adams ave. died Dec, M
A retired dentist, he was a winter
realdent here Suivlvlng are hia wife.
Sadi.-: three sons. Hr. Irving. S. .
mow and in- Lea; three brottaari and
a sinter. Services and burial ware i"
Hrooklya, with Wvendde-Beach Me-
morlKl Chapel in charge of local .. i-
i-angements. .
MISS CLARA KAPLAN
g, ..r n II nw Ith si died Dae M A
resident her. |0 years, eke leaves a
.1 Weiss. Itl\el-i.|e-
Haaci Memorial Chapel was In charge
of arrangeni.
ISAAC OSTROFF
It, "f M6 SB li.lth at., died I'" li
A tailor, he was a resident here three
yeara. Survivors include bin wife,
Sarah a eon, I Milton, a .laughte..
Mrs. Ruth Mo.-I. a bethel, an I three
grandchildren Bervlree were Dec
at Hiv.-rl'le-Heach Memorial Chapel,
with burial In Lakeside Memorial
I'ark.
CEORGE GROSSMAN
11. of lsll'l Collins ave. died Dec 11
(IWBer of a ladlea retail clothes shop
Im Minerva. O., he had I.....n a winter
resident here for 1" yearn II. leave*
hlg wife. Either; a aim. Brit tour
brothers and three sisters services
were in Altoona. Pa., with Rlverslde-
Heach Memorial Chapel '.n charge of
arrangements locally.
REV. ABRAHAM LEHRMAN
M, of ?..'. Ilth at., died Dec. 19. A can-
tor, he wan a winter visitor here for
I", yeara. Surviving are a son, Davl.l
l^rmaii. and three daughters. Mrn.
Shirley Brown. Mrs Betty i-dra.h.
ami Mr- Ada I^isl a Services and
Burial were In Broonlvn. with Rive--
.i.i. Beach Memorial chapel in eBargN
i,l I.sal arrangements.
RALPH HOFFMAN
r,. ..f IM Jeferaon ave. died Dae 's
A long-time winter resident here, be
leaves his aifa, Dora Bervlcea and
burial ware In Bronx, with Riverside'
Beach Memorial Chapel In charge of
arrangements locally.
harrVkoslowsky
SI. of 1147.-. SW 21th st died l>oc. IX.
The retired owner of I Mew York
iHii.lv store, he wan a rddo hee
10 v.ars He leaves his wife, Rl
wen Dec 20 at Riv.
i Memorial Chapel, with burial in
Mt Nebo i 'emeterj
MRS. HELEN GOLDSMITH
7", of Mo Kuciid ava., died I l* a
resident here l I yeara, she Is survived
bj a rlaughtei. Mrs .1 inette Katg-
man; and n ui H irrj S. im. as W.....
i ..,. ", :.. ii veralde- r. u h \" "i 'I
Chapel, in in. but lal IM Mt. Sinai i '.< m
MRS. MARY ROSENSTRAUCH
71, of liijii Michigan a\e died De<
l> \ realdent h "lie la
survived by two eons,
two daught. i s,
Stanley and
Mrs
MRS. SULTANA COHEN
S7, of in lean dr died Js n. 5 A
eint.-i- r.-sideni here for man. years,
she wa t1 fa food market ri |
fork, she Mas a member of th- (
ir Me Jen bii Broth, i......rt oi I
Servlci were III V.-vv Yolk.
With ll'll'u ti h'.inerril Home lii.-h.irge
of I", al a' ang* menta.
SAMUEL B. FUHR
7i"'. 11 \ i .ii ive., rtU .i i in A
resident here SI >ears, he wa. li
men's clothl'.g l."-m...n II, van a
member of the Miami Men Vi.i'.ir-I
Slid C.-narrratlon I'.'nu larael.
Pennucola Surviving ar M "Ife
I* e a daughter. Mis Mltal Switj a
sister and two brothers Hervic.
Jan 7 nt llellinan Funeral Home, with
burial In Mt N'el.....em.i
MRS. NETTIE WALLACK
B2. of l'.ul Colllna ave.. died Jan. 7 A
NfW toomoN
EDDIE'S
RADIO & T.V.
Softs Service Repairs
mil I'ftt OF NfW RADIOS
14TIJT IM T.V. SITS
Service an all mokes, Asia and
Home Rodiei
Televisiea end f adJe Sarvke Call
PL 7-0581
4604 N.W. 7th Ave.
rKtt
Mi.tff.V TO MUX
WITH
Flakier Driving Se*hool. Inc.
We pick yeu tip at horn* or place of bueinat*.
New dual central cart. Licensed by the State of Florida.
2510 W. FLAGLER STREET PH.ONC HI 44731
Joaepha and Mrs. Reglna Maraulb-s
brother, .lack Myers; and a siat.-i S. i
Vices wen- Dec. IS at Hellman H'tim-ml
Chapel, with burial In Mt. Sinai Cein
Story.
ISAAC SAUL SPERLING
K.'.. of 7I 1st St.. died Dec, B. A night
watchman, he was a realdent here two
yeara He loavea a aoa, Abraham.
Services and burial were In New York
with Riverside-Beach Memorial cha-
l'.-l in ctiarK'' of local arranKem.-nis.
WILLIAM SEIFER
62. of l'.'L'7 M.ri'lii'ii ave died recentlj
A store owner, he s a resident here
four years He leaves bis wll
He; and a son, I'r Henry II
and b n I 'hlrago, with Rlv-
erslde-i:. a. li Memorial Chapel In
charge of I ngementa.
HARRY H. COHN
M, of 10 HW i ith a\. died Dee. II
A retire I :.....r. he was a
here IS ..... Ha waa membei "t
Hut
\i\ins: i,r.- ii\- --"ii-'. Maurice '. Irv-
ing, Ben, Jack and Louis; three
,i niuht.-i -. Mrs Shirley r>ledman,
M Wolfaon, and Mm \i iriat
Alt.-, huler. II grandchildren and three
vreal -araiid. lilldri n Services and
burial were in Chicago, with Cordon
Kuneral Horn, in charge "I local ar-
tangeuI
MRS. RACHEL LEVEY
7.'., of sn 8w i"tii ave di'-'i Dec it a
resident here It years, shl Was a
mfrabcr of Beth ki Oongregatlon She
leaves her husband, Joseph Urave-
si.ie servlcaa !> \i at ML Blnal Cem-
etery, were In charge of QordOO
Funeral Home.
______________________________lr-B
Day School Role
Outlined by Noted
Educator Here
"The role of the Hebrew day
school in the American Jewish
community has increased two-fold
in the 12 years since the end of
World War II," the executive vice
president of tiie Jew'sh Education
Committee told leaders of the
Greater Miami Hebrew Academy
here recently.
SDtjakinu, at an evening reception
tesjejfcaaaj |)v Mr and Mrs. Herman
JJa|WIBP^AiriclEisp nbe[g ^oul-
linea {Tie nufnerous educatioijalad-
vances in the nation's day schools
to a meeting of the board of direc-
| tors and 10th anniversary dinner
com ml toe of the Hebrew Acad-
emy.
An outstanding lecturer, edu-
cator and author, Eisenberg
praised B. I. Binder, president,
Harry Genet, executive commit-
tee chairman, and Rabbi Alex-
ander Gross, principal, for their
leadership in expanding the He-
brew Academy to its present 306
students in Miami Beach and
Coral Gables.
Wolfe Cohen, chairman of the
scholarship fund, $l00-a-couple din-
ner which will be held Jan. 26 at
the Fontainebleau hotel, reported
"growing interest and mounting
ticket sal*s" for the function.
More than 750 leaders of Greater
Miami Jewry are expected to at-
tend the dinner, which will utilize
the 10th anniversary of Israel
theme. A special award of two all-
expenses-pa ;d trips to Israel will
be made to a couple attending the
dinner, Cohen told the board meet-
ing.
An outstanding committee is be-
ing formed for the dinner. Cohen
said. A souvenir journal.
MRS. tSTELLE L'TT
6.">. of ISOO Colllna ave.. died Dee. 14.
dent here M years. he leaves
tw.i brothers and a sister. >'
and burial were In Tucson. A.rlx with
Riverside-Beach Memorial Chapel In
charge "f local sriangSsuenta
SAMUEL ROBINSON
vl, .if 1140 Pennavlvnn.a ave, died
lie. 17 A retired dry K'..ls merchant,
h. was a resident h.le five wars. The
onl) survivor is a steoeon, Barney
YVolk. ("1 raves Ida seivi.es were Dee
IT at Star Ol iLiMil Cemet.-rv. iind.r
the direction ol Hellman i
Chanel ^^^^^
CHARLES RACHEVSKY
ea, ..f r,j: sw in! st.. died Dec 1*. A
hoeae pa atei he was realdenl here
14 years. Surviving are hia wife,
.Icanette; |WO daughters, S'lielli i n I
Cynthia; his mothei Mrs Ida R
Bgyi three hi ..lb. and IV I .
a i'. is at Ki-
Ri .i.-ii M. ibi i al ch .1'- I. with builal In
Ml Sin.11 I
dnurhter. Remal > r rned to
Haltlni' meiit
bj Nea man l lot d m f unara I 11
BECKIE SEFS-
T". vlnttor from Atlanta, da., dli I Dec
|J S' M'-r,
Mr- ii. i. n \\ hi. "f ai.iii.i Ri nalne
n, r. sent ti \:l'iu.i fos ervloea and
Interment by Newman Chardon Funi u
H
MAX S1ENZLER
If pi ioo ." I Raj Hart, r dr died
I ,, ;ai | |e i- ii r\ Ived '" his ife.
Kih, I. md Isti r, Mi Al B rlts Ser-
v|. and burial were In Ft worth.
Tex., with Sewman-CJordon runeral
Home a rhai t> il local a rs ngementa.
JACOB WEXLER
7T of US] Polllna ave (led Dec 1n A
winter visitor from Waban Mas* he
was a retired manufacturer ..r i
,-..ats and i- sui \ lv .-.I by <%< <-. I 00
and Ii\ina. and a danathter, Mrs. I.'-
lian Arnold. RoatoB Services> and
Interment in Rr.s.kluie. Ma-- .
with Newman-Oordcgl Puneral Home
In cl.a'C- O* I" I 'rr.........."'"_____
ISAAC LITTMAN
Ti, of MK Meridian ave iMed Dec
|i \ \islt'.r here from Sllvei : i
Md he w-a- owner of a paint store
and Is sur\;\.l I.. Hire.- eons and a
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$2,200 cash retgeired arhkh is se-
cured. Writ*. giine fell partic
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