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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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

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B\wiisltUEIIiDipidDiaun
THE JEWISH ONfrr Mi THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Number 5
Miami. Florida. Friday. January 31. 1958
32 Page* Two Section*
Price 20*
dad Council Scene of Israel Rap
LION PtUS GOAl ITEP. m 195*
Romulo Will Address CJA
wgural at Fontainebleau Sunday
jreat and monumental effort to rtscuo 80,090 Jewish refugees, to support more tSan 50 nation)!
tas humanitarian causes, and to strengthen Jewish life in Greater Miami will be launched on Sun-
i.m., in the Fontainebleau hotel.
rough the instrument of the Combined Jewish Appeal, Miami Jewry will ooen its 30th fun4-rais-
laign for a goal of upwards of S3 million. This includes Miami's share of the United Jewish Appeal
[Rescue Fund of $100 million, far rescue end resettlement of Jews fleeing from Iron Curtain
Dr. Morris Goo.lman, national-
ly known Jewish leader, is 1958
campaign chairman. Guests of
honor will be Gen. Carlos P. Rom-
ulo, Philippine Ambassador to
Ntni Urges Implementation
Of Old UN Partition Plan,
Halt to Zionist 'Expansion'
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
is
Sff CiA SUrPUMlST
USIHNIHG Ff. 5-4
sador and Mrs. Carlo* P. Romulo and Secretary of
>hn Foster Dulles and Mrs. Dulles meet at social func-
Washington, DC. Hundreds of community leaders
slrome Romulo at Combined Jewish Appeal 1958 inaug-
inday evening at dinner function in Miami Beach's
sebleau hotel.
the United States, and Sol Luck-
man, a national chairman of the
United Jewish Appeal.
Chairman of the traditionally
brilliant inaugural is Carl Wein-
kle, assisted by vice chairman
Herbert Gelernter, Aaron Kra-
vitz, Arnold Seeder and Mrs.
Samuel Simonhoff.
"Feb. 2 will open a full month
of intensive campaign activity on
all fronts," Dr. Goodman declar-
ed Wednesday. The "Combined
Jewish Appeal Month" will end
on Mar. 2, date of the National
United Jewish Appeal inaugural
conference at Miami Beach.
The immensity of the fund-rais-
ing job confronting the Jewish
community can be gauged by
Continued on Page 11 A
ANKARAA joint Iraq-Pakistan
effort to obtain Baghdad Pact
backing for implementation of the
United Nations 1947 resolutions on
Israel s borders was launched at
the opining session here of the
Baghdad Pact council meeting.
Former Iraq premier Nuri es
Said devoted a quarter of his ad-
dress to the problem asserting that
it was "incumbent" on pact mem-
ber nations to "strive to solve
the Palestine problem in accord-
ance with the United Nations reso-
lutions which have been involved
by all Arab states as an indication
Briton Denies
Rumored Push
For '47
dan, Iraq May Also Seek Merger
ITS ALREADY KING KIT
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
tEL AVIV-Heevy clashes between an armed group which
ted Israel territory from Syria late Tuesday and Israeli
Forces were announced here. A number of Israeli civilian
ties was reported. The fighting took piece near Den.
)A Chief Assails New Union
Threat to Mid-East Safety
YORK _(JTA) The
nation of e "federation"
rpt and Syria would in-
| the danger to the secur-
Israel, Or. Emanuet Mew
President of the Zionist
Hen of America, warn-
Tuesday, addressing an
mooting of the National
Executive Council, rul-
V ef the ZOA between
*em. Such e federation,
s net likely to endure
rmanent union "unless
r by the ken bend
ring to the opening of the
ce of the Baghdad Pact
Ankara, Dr. Neumann
fie failure of the Baghdad
Pact to secure the Middle Seat
against Soviet penetration to "a
faulty conception of policy." He
charged that "the basic problem
was not military but political
the internal tensions and instabil-
ity of the regionwhich makes it
a happy hunting ground for Com-
munist subversion."
Asserting that among the unre-
solved problems which United
States diplomacy failed to deal
with is the problem of Arab-Israel
peace, Dr. Neumann further
charged that "on this crucial prob
lem our government has tempor-
ized, side-stepped and delayed ef-
fective action."
"The possibility for bringing
Continued en Pane ISA
NEW YORK (JTA) Egypt
and Syria, the two pro-Soviet Arab
countries bordering on Israel,
Monday issued a joint proclama-
tion announcing t.he establishment
of a federation of both lands under
one government with Egyptian
President Abdel Nasser as Presi-
dent of the union and Syrian Pres-
ident Shukn-el-Kuwatly as Vice
President.
A New Verk Times report em-
phostsed met the frontiers ef
Egypt end Syria ere widely seav
e.ared "with a hostile rereet and
a certainly none tee friendly Jor-
dan lying between them." While
the report contains no indica-
tion of Israel's reaction to the
establishment of a Syrian-Egyp-
tian federation, it says that Tur-
key viewed the proposed union
with the "greatest concern."
The report also says that there
have been rumors amonj top po-
litical circles in Cairo that King
Hussein of Jodan and his cousin,
Kmg Faisal of Iraq, already were
pushing ahead with plans to merge
their two adjoining countries into
one kingdom. This would auto-
matically bring Jordan, where
King Hussein has had to crack
down hard on pro-Nasser and ex-
treme Leftist elements, into the
Baghdad Pact, the report pointed
out.
JTABy Oirec* Teletype Wire
SYDNEYBritish Prime Minis
ter Sir Harold Macmillan declared
here Tuesday that there was no
foundation for reports that the
British government was urging
revival of the 1947 United Nations
frontier recommendations as part
of a solution for the Arab-Israel
problem.
Prime Minister Macmillan, ar-
riving here on his tour of Common-
wealth countries, said he had not
heard of any such plans except
for press reports, and added there
bad been no change in the British
government's attitude on the
Arab-Israel deadlock.
He made the statements in re-
ply to questions from Jewish news-
men at a press conference here.
Replying to e question about
hopes for a general solution ef
Continued en Page 11 A
of their sincere desire for peace
in the Middle East."
Thanking some pact members
for bringing th issue to the at-
tention of NATO, he charged
that Israel had ignored the 1947-
1948 UN resolution and accused
Isael of "expansionist aggres-
sive intentions which have cre-
ated anxiety and insecurity in
the Middle East and which have
provided a convenient inetfru-
ment for subversive activities,"
a reference to Communist ac-
tivities with Arab refugees.
"This problem has been exploit-
ed by Communists as a weapon of
subversion," he declared. "No
consideration ha-, been given from
any source to providing) an answer
to this Communist challenge."
The Iraq leader declared that
"the Communist task of penetra-
tion will become easier when
Prime Minister Ben-Gurton will
be able to carry out his plan to
bring more Jewish immigrants
from Eastern Europe. There will
undoubtedly be a great number of
indoctrinated Communists among
them."
Premier Firoz Khan Noon, of
Pakistan, supported the Iraq lead-
er's statement, asserting that re-
moving the chief cause of tension
in the Middle Eastthe Palestine
problemshould be the aim of
Baghdad Pact members.
"Unless the grave injustice done
to Palestine Arabs is rectified,
peaceful conditions cannot be ex-
pected in the area," he said. He
added that since Israel was cre-
ated under UN resolutions, these
should be "enforced in their en-
tirety."
He ur.ed that Arab refugees be
permitted to "return home" and
that meantime the United Na-
tions should take care of them. He
urged more United Nations works
and relief agency aid and continu-
ation of the United Nations Emer-
gency Forces in the Gaza strip un-
til permanent peace was achieved.
Israel Bond Convention
To Open on Beach Feb. 6
More than 1.700 delegates, representing every major city in the
United State*. Canada and Latin America, will gather in Miami Beach,
Feb. 6 to 8, to attend the State ef Israel Bonds 10th anniversary Salute
to Israel. ^ ___________^_________
The three-day session will bt*~
1 presided over by Lawrence G. Las-
' key of Boston, distinguished na-
tional Jewish leader, as chairman,
| *">orrlinc t" an announcement by
Abraham Feinberg, president of
the Israel Bond Organization,
i The first day will be devoted to
!the plenary session in the Grand
ballroom of the Fontainebleau ho-
tel. This will be followed on Fri-
day, Feb. 7, by an Israeli fashion
show and on Saturday by the Inde-
pendence Ball.
Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, vice
president of the Israel Bend Or-
ganisation, declared prior to the
opening ef the conference that e
key task at the present time is
to "mobiliie American support
far a ten-point program to insure
Continued on Page 3 A






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JERUSALEM -(JTA)- Prime
Minister David Ben-Gunon told
Soviet Premiere Nikolai Bulganin
in a lengthy note the text of
which was made public here this
weekthat Israel has a strong de-
sire to establish closer economic
and cultural relations with Mos-
cow. At the same time, he reit-
erated Israel's adherence to the
principles of the Eisenhower Doc-
trine for the Middle East as a
most suitable-expr*ss,iqn., of Is-
rael's aims to strengthen univer-
sal peace and improve interna-
tional relations.
Premier Ben-Gurion's note,
handed to Soviet Ambassador
Alexander Abramov, replied to
the note sent Israel by Soviet
Premier Bulganin last month in
connection with Moscow's propa-
ganda campaign for achieving
world peace. The reply empha-
sized that the Israel government
expresses "full agreement with
the Soviet government regarding
most of the constructive princi-
ples" contained in the Soviet note,
but quoted extensively from the
letter which the Israel govern-
ment sent on May 7. 1957, to
James P. Richards, who toured
the Middle East as President
Eisenhowers special envoy on be-
half of the Eisenhower Doctrine.
The Israel reply to Premier
Bulaanln's note expressed de-
sire to cooperate with the So-
viet government end all other
friendly go v e r n m en t s" to
achieve the aims listed in the
Israel letter to Mr. Richards.
At a smell country, the reply
said, Israel "abstains from ex-
pressing opinions regarding the
causes of international tension,
although not necessarily be-
cause Israel agrees with til
points in the Soviet note on Ml
issue." However, Premier Ben-
Gurion added, Israel concurred
in the Soviet assumption that
Israel wanted with all its
strength to prevent any new
war and to strengthen peace.
"Israel believes that peace is
indivisible." Ben-Gurion contin
ued, "and therefore peace must
be maintained everywhere for
any small or local war is likel>
to spread into a worldwide con-
flagration.
"Israel wholeheartedly wel-
err.tor.al intecrity. non-aggrcs-
StsFTSgn
-ml anas
.ndependence but tenI > cars ago
. the ass.-.ame olI heJewel
Union and the United States. Is-
'"'- -,i" u-k mu l\Zlb
ment of its resources and the ao
vorpUon ot immigrants.
The USSR could "greatly as-
sist the promotion of a Middle
East peace.' the note went on if
,1 were to "advise Israel and the
Arab states of the Middle East to
enter into direct negotiations for.
the conclusion of a peace treaty
and the establishment of coopcra- j
tion."
In conclusion, the Israeli note
said "The Government of Israel
wishes to declare its strong dewa
to establish closer economic and
cultural relations between Israel
and the Soviet Union and. with
the improvement of the interne,
tional climate in view, to improve
relations between Israel and the
Soviet Union. fj
mb* U convince!
improvement in j^y,
strengthen the Mkld^T
nd would perhip| ^
modest measure te
world tension."
Rabbi Joseph L Rackevtky
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Israel Bond Convention
To Open on Beach Feb. 6
pie Emanu-El teeners return from four-day session at Uni-
Synagogue Youth national convention in Chicago. Left
jht are Howard Hirschfield, Sandi Wruble, Harriet New-
Arlene Greer, Hermine Muskat, Irving Kaplan. Temple
lor of youth and extension activities, and Bert Tumpson,
[chaperoned the group._________________^___________
if Search for 2,000-Year
Id Baubles of Biblical Days
-By Direct Teletype Wire
L'SALEMA team of archc-
began digging Tuesday in
territory in search of a
tnt giving the location of
[200 tons of "gold, silver.
bracelets, and jewelry"
Spring Series
L Yinglmg, of West Palm
Tuesdd.v opened a Spring
pr series for volunteer guides
tya with an illustrated talk
taya and Williamsburg.
mentioned in one of the Dead Sea
Scrolls.
The recently deciphered scroll
indicated that some 2,000 years
ago Jewish communities fleeing
from invaders buried large treas-
ures in various places. The scroll
also hinted that the Jews also
buried an index, giving the key to
the location of buried treasures.
The Jordanian Department of
Antiquities jointly with the Amer-
ican Institute of Oriental Studies
started widespread excavations in
Jordan-held Dead Sea region.
Continued from Pag* 1 A
a decade of increasing economic
independence for Israel for the
absorption of an expected In-
crease in population from two
million to three million during
the coming ten years. To fulfill
this espomibility, we must set
forth plans for the sale of record
sums in Israel Bonds during
'"". .......,
Dr. Schwartz listed the ten points
which will be the focus of discus-
sion at the conference:
Strengthening the country's
economy as the firmest basis for
security and independence, partic-
ularly in the face of continuing in-
transigeance and hostility on the
part of some of the Arab states.
Development of new indus-
tries and expansion of existing
ones, with special emphasis on
metals, textiles and chemicals.
A rapid expansion of agricul-
ture to meet the needs of Israel's
growing population, coupled with a
large growth in the area under ir-
rigation.
Intensified exploitation of na-
tural resources, including oil, cop-
per, phosphates, potash and other
minerals.
Bringing into production the
copper processing plant at Tim-
na, making copper available for
the first time as r export com-
modity of growing importance.
Development of increased
trade with the countries of Asia
and Africa through the growth in
harbor facilities at Elath on the
Gulf of Aqaba.
The mass settlement of the
Negev, as an area of immigrant ab-
sorption and as the hinterland of
Elath.
Development of a new har-
bor at Ashdod on the Mediterran-
ean, which is the terminus of the
oil pipeline from Elath to Beershe-
ba.
Increasing Israel's export
trade as a major source of foreign
exwKrnge. and as a key measure
toward greater economic indepen-
dence.
Construction of 30.000 new
housing units each year to accom-
modate the 80,000 immigrants who
entered during 1957 and the tens of
thousands who will come in dur-
ing 1958 and the following year.
It Is estimated that 70,000 wilt
reach Israel this year.
"Israel cannot fulfill this pro-
gram," Dr. Schwartz stressed,
"without an intensified flow of Is-
rael Bond dollars. This conference
must lay the basis for an Israel
Bond campaign during 1958 which
will evoke the fullest response
from every Jewish community to
Israel's need for development cap-
ital."
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Volume 32
Friday. January 31. 1959
10 Shevat 5718
He's the Man to Tell Miami the Story
Two million dollars plus is the amount of
money the Combined Jewish Appeal will seek
to raise during its 1958 campaign.
The Jewish community is setting aside the
period cf February through March as "CJA
Month." An intensive drive will be made in
areas throughout Greater Miami to achieve
this goal.
Gen. Carlos P. Romulo will kick off the of-
ficial opening of the drive at an inaugural din-
ner Sunday evening at the Fontaineblsau hotel.
We believe Gen. Romulo, who is Philip-
pine Ambassador to the United States and the
United Nations, to be a particularly fine choice
as principal speaker at the Sunday event. For
a large part of the S2 million plus, when finally
reached by the 1958 CJA campaign, will be al-
located for use by the State of Israel as an out-
right gift to the Jewish State.
Gen. Romulo is, himself, the leader of a
"new" nationnew in the sense that it achiev-
ed its constitutional autonomy in 1947. This pre-
cedes by one year Israel's renascence after
2,000 years of exile. In addition, like major Is-
raeli representatives, Gen. Romulo is a fighter
for freedom and human decencyboth on the
battlefield and in the halls of international arbi-
tration at the UN.
His diplomatic status here parallels that of
Israel's Abba Eban, who is also his govern-
ment's Ambassador to the United States and
United Nations.
State enemies.
In terms of international realities, the in-
flux of newcomers means a continuing weak-
ening of Israel's economic capabilities and a
spreading thin of her concentrated military
strength.
All in all, refugees demand enormous sac-
rifice from Israel at a tremendous cost to Is-
raelis. Nonetheless, the open door policy is
rigorously maintaineda guarantee to the op-
pressed Jsws of Europe and North Africa, and
to the persecuted fleeing Communist lands, un-
derwritten by conscience and choice.

A Twin Goal Undertaking
As in the year past, American JewTy is un-
dertaking during 1958 a SI00 million rescue
fund to help defray the cost of bringing to hei
shores and integrating into her society the
countless refugees seekinq Israel's freedom. For
it is this burden, if no other, that Jews here can
accept as thsir ownthus leaving Israel in a
belter position to cope with the challenge of
standing guard against possible onslaught by
her belligerent Arab neighbors.
Greater Miami must accept its appropriate
share of the responsibility, and this. too. will be
a significant aspect of the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal campaign one over and above the com-
Slaughter Bill Under Fire
The decision on the part of the Congress to
consider a bill which, if pulsed, couid have far-
reaching consequences on Shechitah. comes at
an opportune time.
The bill proposes to set up a firm system of
regulations governing the humane slaughter of
animals.
In addition, it regards as a special cate-
gory the slauqhterinq cf cattle according to the
Jewish laws of Kashruth.
Thus, called for are two things: 1) Humane
butchering methods which run contrary to the
methods upon which Shechitah is based; 2)
recognition of the right of Shechitah to continua
unhampered as before.
Under these circumstances, Shechitah
would merely be tolerated in the eyes ol
law; it would no longer bo a variant fo:m of
slaughter.
The bill comes at an opportune time be-
cause we can look to Enaland lcr an object
lesson on how to deal with it. The English sev-
eral years ano also passed a humane slaugh-
ter low, with special "dispensation" giv
Shecbiiah. New, Shechitah is the object of
severe attack, and there are strona forces seek-
ing to declare jev.ish ritual slaughter methods
illegal.
mitmen.s local Jewrv must meet for CIA's y-r-
round support of six local agencies and some
50 national and overseas causes.
In all these capacities, as well as >n his
capacity as spokesman for the asp..ano.g el
one of the world's many small peoples. Oen
Romulo will have much to tell Greater ltanl
Jewish community much that il must surely
find significant.
Bringing to CJA s leadership and top givers
a message vital to those interested in peace
and well-being, not only in the Middle East but
throughout the world. Gen. Romulo will sound
the keynote of the 1958 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal campaign.
Open Door Policy Continues
While we talk avidly of peace and human
dignity, untold thousands of refugees continue
to wend their way from Europe and North
Africa to the security of new lives in Israel. In
addition, during 1958, a new source or prospec-
tive Israelis is opening wider than ever before
-Iron Curtain Jewry.
This Jewry, whether legally or by flight
and exile, is seeking entry into the Middle
East's tiniestand most beleaguered country.
Apart from the commonly known fact that Is-
rael's constitution explicitly guarantees the na-
tion's open door policy to Jews who seek ad-
mittance, the less commonly known fact is the
tremendous cost at which the policy is main-
tained.
Cost is measured not only by per capita
expense but by the meaning to Israel of the
large flow of seemingly never-ending new ar-
rivals. In terms of international propaganda,
unrestricted immigralion serves as a continuing
wellspring of charge by the belligerent Arab
nations surrounding her that Israel is b;nt on
"expansion." While intelligent observers know
Israel can comfortably reach a population of
four or five million within her present borders,
provided she maintains the rate of industrial,
technical and agricultural advances shown
heretofore, this offers no deterrent to lewish
The twin goal for 1958 in no way deempha-
sizes the importance of Mt. Sinai Hospital. Jew-
ish Family Service. Bureau of Jewish Education.
Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, Jew-
ish Home for the Aoed. and National Council of
Jewish Women's newcomer service. These are
our local CJA affiliates, and their needs con-
stantly expanding with an equally expandnq
lewry here, must be fulfilled if we are to heed
Ihe call of our best interests.
What these afliliates hold for the Greater
Miami Jewish community m the future may
easily be nidged by their contribution to our
well-being in the pest.
wF?rfla11 thfe reasons' '"e 1953 Com!
Jewish Appeal must meet its S2 million plus
goal. Spurred by the leadership of CJA's toi
Sunday, the goal will be achieved '
P*V
By RITCHIE CALDER
_,, from Cfc *eBW front of /.,, ,^ j
.r ., R..ch- CM*. ~< / Bnu.,......ilnint J
, (TfJurm i-uile* I" RtMi-mth. give* hn .mfrru.oil of UmU
TWO STRANGERS AT the Weiz-
mann Research Institute, it
KohoMith. were experimenting
wllh |sr,(.|i brandy in the faculty
There was speculation as to
u!, ;.. v might I).-. Oh," said
rch staff, casually.
ul atom smasher*."
il ,, couple el alom-smash-
,,, ,\. il in emphasize the in-
-,,. a jackal howled from
rb> thicket and. beneath the
w-indo >onligM glinted on
:i,. ,,.! ol the sentry because
oth is within marauding
, the 'ia/a Strip
Thai is what i- so surprising
the We.rmann Institute.
Here is one of the moat ambitious
equipped establishments
research in the world.
with more new and impressive
buildings every tune I see it.
Vet, when Dr ('haim Weiz-
mann's original laboratory, the
Daniel Sieff Institute, was built in 1033 this district, clothed i
sod parkland trees, was a desert, and it i< todtf)
few mile- from the embattled frontiers of Israel.
Don't confuse atom-smashing with atom-bombs Tht-ii
i had come to install a 3.000.00 electron volt Van de Cru
chine, the latest addition to the new Nuclear Science buildratt
Dr. .1. Robert Oppenheimer will open next spring
When 1 was here three years ago, this Nuclear Institution
a glint in the scientists' eyea.
Today, the huge II shaped building is completed and si
pped
The Van de Graaff machine which they will use to
study the nucleus of the atom ta the only one of its kind mo* 1
l.< t and km to six others in Europe.
It is an innocent device. It consist* of a conveyor belt m*i
an electrical unit "sprejf*)" positive charges, which are camajj
a sphere at the top of a tower, where the charges accumulatt.
Il is rather like a belt conveying sand and tipping it into I
of a silo, only the "sand" consists of invisible electric partidaj
When the sphere is loaded, with 3.000.000 volt., the cfaarftfj
I rfmn .. vertical "gun* to bombard the atoms of ttel
element.
CNAIM WEJUUg
'! st.rtff
Atosr mnroNi is iodhq
THIS IS A mo.lest affair compared with the huge and
lists smashers elsewhere, but with it the young Israeli i
f finding out a lot which we still do not knowi
lure oi the atom.
\ tribute to the abilities and to the esteem in which they I
lleagues in other countries was the conference, rtta
isiting niulear physicists, held at the Weizmann InstituttsJ
to discuss the most advanced theories ol the nucleus.
The tribute was all the more remarkable because the i
the physicists in the department of nuclear seised is>^
The boy ^h looking director. Dr. Amos de Shalit. had
led attention at the UN Atoms-ior-Peace Conference wn*l
sided over one of the sections at Geneva two years ago and'
colleagues from the Atom Powers deferred to him Hb y
league, Dr Igal Talmi, back from a teaching assignment. l
Princeton University, is one of the few people I have met'
capable of making the new theories of the nucleus intrlli*t]
Most .I these young physicists are "sabras.'' bom in Pal
like Iir baud Samuel. Viscount Samuel's grandson, who ill
rig authority on radio-isotopes, they were students of 1stT
l niVersity
Whi n the Arabs attacked ten years ago. they were cut *M
on Mt Scopus, and fought their way through to
Manj young scientist* (as well as distinguish
i them until todav the graduate staff of the WeimatJ
stitute number* 170, with an average age of 34
_ Some of them, hke Dr. Gerhardt Schmidt, the youe|
i'i "f the department of X-ray cry*'''11" '(!V' *'
i that the Weizmann is acquiring an international u*
arid
'nly the latest adventure ,n pure"
Institute Be muih fundamental work P
electronic computer, Is smiting 24 hesrsaH
miunr or wot* /$ risjmil
[)R WEIZMANN WAS the woill famous chei:,: I '
' Ol Israel and his wm I.
i ies range mm c*fS3
hiophyaica, biochemi
I y, under Prof. Issai B rJ**
' the study ol caM
i Bfteotii
*Mll
study .
bowed how it w..- |s.-ihje
boy oi a girl, heve bsesc"!
,ter work on
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wort a, the Weitm.ni,
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mary 31. 1958
*JenistiHoricMan
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=
al Launching Sunday
IliewiislbJEIliOiciidPiaun So1 lutkn,an Joil,s Ron"il
lorida, Friday. January 31, 1958

Supplement
lie Man,
Voice:'
Symbol
hi who has been called
po-t articulate spokesman
looracy whose love of
sprang from childhood
lien he won an oratorical
on the subject: "My Faith
cica"will appear before
JCA inaugural to speak
lining of Feb. 2 at the
thleau hotel.
la man is Gen. Carlos P.
Philippine Ambassador
pnited States, representa-
he L'nited Nations, heroic
jfor human righti and one
rriters of the original UN
[world-famous statesman
nc to Miami Beach to Join
ambined Jewish Appeal
fin their launching of the
ipaicn for more than $2
lo did Jewry,
inliiant soldier, orator,
r. and author, who fought
lide with Gen. Douglas
lur in the heart-break
fcys of the war in the Pa-
per torgot his people, or
ts of any oppressed group,
ilo was the last man to
itaan and one of the few
ye and free today to tell
of the hopeless battle of
iriit'ncan combat troops
Filipinos against 250,-
tnesc.
rote about it in 1942, in
famous book, "I Saw
of the Philippines," call-
American critics his
pt" literary achievement,
and slightly built, Rom
onetheless a giant figure
speaks in the United Na-
m international confer-
His objective, it has been
"not only fighting Com-
[, but also voicing the as-
Hnued on Pago 9A
Philippine Ambassador Carlos P. Romulo smiles at witty re-
mark offered by Florida Gov. LeRoy Collins on occasion oi
duo's kut meeting. Gen. Romulo will be quesi oi honor at
Combined Jewish Appeal 1958 inaugural dinner Sunday eve-
ning at Fontainebleau hotel.
Romulo Began as Writer
But Freedom Soon Became
The Big Story of His Life
Although he began his literary
career as a newspaperman and
publisher in the Philippines, Gen.
Carlos P. Romulo's leap to world-
fame came from the publication
of a series of articles in 1941 pre-
dicting Japanese aggression.
The accounts won for Romulo
the Pulitzer Prize for distinguish-
ed journalism.
In 1942, while on Army leave,
he toured the United States to
tell Americans of the indomitable
courage of their allies in Asia.
The tour was a sensational suc-
cess. He traveled more than 60,-
iat Exactly
ihter Offers
is Peace? A
His Answer
is "peace" today, but it
feace of Mutual Terror,"
rlos P. Romulo says.
allowing quotations rela-
[tho missile program and
pace are from an address
by Romulo at a World
Dinner in February,
ave no way of knowing
as some reports have
the U.S. is behind the
| the development of these
For the sake of the
people and history it-
pe and pray that it is
et me make one thing
Sven if, within a very
t. the free world were to
I with and even pass the
[its ICBM program, that
would not provide an
| basis for world peace.
believe that nothing is
lerous or more insulting
i than the theory.
which one often hears these days,
that the peace we seek can be
created out of mutual terror."
"The only justification for
armaments in a free society is to
serve as the shield behind which
we can press forward with the
great ideas that can in time, dis-
pose of force itself."
"That is why I say that
nothing is more dangerous to the
cause of human life on this planet
than the notion that a system of
mutual terror can give us peace.
"The very existence on either
side of ultimate weapons places
such a premium on surprise at-
' tack as to create trigger thoughts
and trigger fingers Terror makes
for fear. Mutual terror makes
for mutual fear."
"Human life requires and
deserves something more substan-
tial than mutual fear and terror
for iU foundations."
000 miles, appeared in about 289
different cities, spoke more than
356 time- His star as an orator
was now in the ascendancy.
After the war in the Pacific
drew to a close in 1944. Romulo
returned to the Pacific theater to
revive the V'jice of Freedom
broadcasts that he had directed
earlier in the war, and to accom-
pany Gen. MacAithur in the in
vasion of Leyte and in 1945, the
re-capture of Manila.
He then returned to Washing-
ton, where he continued to serve
as resident commissioner of the
Philippines until the establish-
ment of the Republic of the Phil-
ippines as a sovereign nation in
1946.
In January, 1957, Romulo was
made chairman of the UN Secur-
ity Council, and permanent Phil-
ippine representative to the UN
Centlmaad on Page 10A
As Guest of Honor Here;
Top Committees are Picked
Predictions of numbers is difficult, but literally hundreds and hun-
dreds of key leaders will gather at the Fontainebleau hotel when the
Combined Jewish Appeal kicks off its 1958 drive at an inaugural func-
tion Sunday.
Joining Philippine Ambassador to the U.S. and UN Gen. Carlos P.
Romulo as guest of honor will be Sol Luckman, of Cincinnati, O., na-
tional chairman of the United Jewish Appeal and nationwide leader in
civic and communal affairs.
Dinner chairman Carl Weinkle
Wednesday released a list of the
distinguished members of the
steering committee making last-
minute arrangements for the ar-
rival here of world renowned dip
lomat Romulo and Jewish com-
munity personality Luckman. The
committee includes Mrs. Louis
Glasser, Sam J. Heiman, Abe
Kurman, Joseph Rose and John
Serbin.
Heading the committee is
Aaron Kanner, president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion.
Luckman, who is president of
the Midwest Coat and Suit Co., i
a vice chairman of the Combined
Campaign in behalf of American
Reform Judaism's national insti-
tutions, has served for many
years as president of the Jewish
Welfare Fund of Cincinnati and
as chairman of the Fund's board
of directors.
He is past vice president of the
Jewish Community Council of
Cincinnati and member of the
board of directors of the United
Jewish Social Agencies there.
He was national chairman for
cash of the United Jewish Appeal
in 1955 and was credited with a
major role in making the cam-
paign one of the most productive
in the Appeal's history. He has
continued to lead in the efforts
on behalf of Jewish refugees over-
seas and Jews in need both here
and abroad.
At the invitation of Premier
Continued on Page 9A
SOI
1UCKMAN
. major role
fl

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L_ V
CAM WUNKll
. inovgurml chairman
'Plus-Giving' is Theme
Of Women's Division
By MRS. AARON FARR
Women's Division Chairman
The Women's Division has be-
come increasingly effective each
year as a campaigning unit of
the Combined Jewish Appeal.
We are proud of the fact that
in the drive last year, the women
of Greater Miami raised 13 per
cent of the total an achieve-
ment which rocketed our division
to national attention.
This is due to a special kind of
"open-heart" giving to the most
important philanthropy in our
community. It is called: "Plus-
giving."
"Plus-giving" is a woman's
desire for individual expression.
It is a way she says: "I want to
helpon my own."
When a woman contributes her
own independent gift to CJA
separate and apart from that of
her husband's this is "Plus-
yving."
These extra dollars are im-
portant, just as women's work in
CJA is important. The big Pre-
miere Luncheon, the "New Hori-
zon" Tea, Town and Beach
Luncheons Unlimited, and the
M Day solicitation these are
examples of how our Women's
Division will help in 1958
through these functions and
through their "Plus-giving."
AWS. AAION MM
. aalra comlrikuii
Oowe Uitai *^tatistics
What can you personally do for the 19S8 Combined Jewish
Appeal campaignthe campaign whoit goals are to support mo
work of Croator Miami's vital CJA agoncios, some SO national and
overseas causes and rho Statt of Israel?
You can volunteer your assistance. Hiw? By calling CJA
headquarters at JE 8-4331 to doclaro yourself on* of the army of
workers who want to make certain that "CJA Month," the entire
month of February, will see a successful conclusion to the 1958
$2 million plus campaign.
You can give to the limit of your ability. Where? By send-
ing your chock to CJA headquarters at 420 Lincoln rd., Miami
Beach, or by phoning to make a pledge of intention to give.




.



At
'Juris* ItoHSXL
Friday, Jg
Two DecadeToflervice to Miamiai
After 20 Years, Federation Means More
To the Jewish Community than Ever Before
A.-we.fa*s the ta*kneJfi8- w
By AARON M KANNER
President, Greater Miami
Jewish Federation
Once again. Miami Jewry girds
its energies for the annual Com-
bined Jewish Appeal. This year,
we are rededicated to the task of
rescue, for we have heard reports
irom Miamians who went to Is-
rael and have personally seen and
talked with the escapees from
Europe and North Africa. We
are shocked to learn Jews are on
the run again, seeking freedom,
dignity, and a land which pro-
vides security.
The Greater Miami Jewish
Federation in 1958 begins its 20th
year of service to its people at
home abroad, and in Israel. Fed-
eration is the means of discharg-
ing our personal responsibilities
in this big job. Through Federa-
tion, we are helping those who
cannot come to us and ask for
help.
How can we do this' Through
CJA. We must stand squarely be-
hind those men and women who
have accepted the leadership of
our life-saving crusade. I have
!his week assured Dr. Morns
Goodman, our campaign chair-
man. and the members of his
cabinet, that our Jewish commun-
ity stands ready to begin this
unprecedented 1958 drive.
1 realize our burden is an awe-
same one. But I am confident
that our Federation has the com-
bined strength of the entire com-
munity. We have the tested ex-
perience, the ready machinery,
and the dedicated leadership.
Although the tragic events
overseas tend to overshadow the
local picture, we cannot, even for
a moment, by-pass the numerous
programs right here in Dade
county that look to CJA for funds
These nonetheless indispensable
services must continue Mt Sinai
Hospital looks to us for its sup-
port. The youth and Golden Agers
we
I Miami ha- toft
out grown its health and welfare
organizations. There is tremen-
dous strain put upon the hospital
ajtd home, the Centers, and
other facilities. They cannot
keep pace with the "Jack and-
the beanstalk" type of growth this
citv is experiencing They are
strained to the utmost, and their
budgetary requirements have in-
creased steadily to maintain an
adequate level of service to our
families.
There is truly a big job ahead,
and it will require all our
a** I
sources, skill, and unity of pur-
pose to do it.
As president of the Greater Mi-
, .iwish Federation. 11 call
Jewish Federation,
organizations
to put
re-
ami
upon imp*""1""
aside their program* for the CJA
period. To insure the success of
our endeavor, let us think and act
Let us work, as never be-
hfc. and freedom.
as one
fore for rescue
AARON KANNEB
. p*rfm*l responsibilities
at five branches of the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Cen-
ter expect their programs to con-
tinue.
The Hungarian refugees arriv-
ing here seek h".T,' the
aged have a naht *,o dignity and
security in their twilight year.-:
the youth eagerly await spiritual
guidance and religious education.
And we must provide funds to
the sentinels of democracy. tho>e
community relations agencies
which combat anti-Semitism, pro-
mote interfaith amity and under-
standing, ard build a better, more
democratic world in which to live.
These are only a few of the ser-
vices that we. the members of the
Federation family, must give, for
our own well-being, and for the
future growth of our Jewish com-
munity There are many more
agenciesover 50 in all. And they
touch the lives nf everyone who
makes his home in Dade count\.
THEY OFFER YOU ASSISTANCE IN A WiDI VARIETY Of gg
----
Agency Expansion to Meet Local
Needs Suggests Increasing
Trades Council Nudges
Area's Business, Pro's
Toward Maximum Gifts
"FiJty-one local business and
professional men are searching
ior a million dollars."
Seen in the financial pages of
the daily newspapers, such an an-
nouncement night attract only
casual interest. Miamians have
become accustomed to "seven-
digit deals" in their town. From
new hotels to road costs, from
slum clearance to real estate
transactionseveryone seems to
be involved in millions.
But this newest seven digit
deal" is different because it
deals in human lives, not in
goods.
And the 51 businessmen are
not speculators seeking a profit.
but men with a heart who seek to
give, not receive.
They are the Business and Pro-
fessional Council of the Combined
Jewish Appeal.
Abe Kurman is chairman. Leo
Eisenstein is vice chairman.
There are no other officers or
fancy titles. These men, whose
names constitute a gilt-edged ros-
ter of the "tops" in Dade coun-
ty's world of business, are chair-
men of specific trades.
The 51 campaigners will be
looking for nearly a million dol-
lars in the upcoming CJA drive
because their associates and
friends normally raise ah ..it half
of the total in the camp.,
More than S2 million will be
soueht in 1958 for the regular
drive plus the 1; und
which is the l ,i.\ program of
mg escapees an-l br: them to
Israel and other in
"We now have more than 50
cracker jack salesmen for CJA
said Kurman.
At the present time the Trades
Council is combing the ranks of
their industries and profession-
for volunteers
"That's what we need most
right now. There will be thous-
ands of extra cards to cover this
year, because so many new busi-
nesses have opened up. We must
depend on volunteers to visit
these contributors and secure
maximum gifts because eserv
thousand dollars collected wiil
help to save a Jewish life Kur-
man declared.
The Couacil is made up of these
important business leaders
APARTMENTS ,>,,,, ^
MarntM-r. <\>-chair-
Education Bureau
Bureau of Jewish Education.
\W 3rd ive., Miami, is l
e agency whose aim it is
11 improve Mm educational and
administrative standards of the
Jewish schools in Mi-
ami, it provides personnel serv-
ice licensing of teachers, curric-
ulum guidance, testing, class-
room observation and consulta-
tion to its affiliated Jewish
schools, along with in training
classes for Jewish teachers, pub-
lication of pedagogic bulletins,
and research for improving edu-
cational standards.
The Bureau's College of Jew-
ish Studies has expanded its pro-
gram of teacher-training in an
attempt to meet the critical
shortage of teachers.
The Bureau sponsors secon-
dary education by admitting
graduates of the elementarv
Jewish schools to its Hebrew
High School for five years of
training. The High School b.
today of some 100 students in its
various branches.
In collaboration with the Rab-
binical Assn the Bureau i> mi-
plementing a plan for adult Jew-
ish
The Bureau also pr
vice to Jewish on
tu for meetingi and sp
u of the rear- Book Month
E,i- Month'.
Warsaw Ghetto Memorialmak-
ing use of it. extensive audio-
"" materials of iilms and
cording*
The Bureau ii proud of U
M Jessica contain-
M volumes ||e-
brew. Yiddish and En
leachcr-. scholars, .md tmni
burrow over 4,000
Attend
vn
Youths blow Shofar, greeting Hebrew New Year. Oil-
ing significance of holidays, Jewish history, customs, I
learning Hebrew literature and liturgy, living expsn*
new State of Israelthese are facets of training in
schools throughout Greater Miami. Bureau ol Jewish E
coordinates curriculum of thsse schools, maintains
High School of its own. encourages adult education \
operation of local congregations, operate* library of
containing some 6,000 volumes.
book-lovers
volumes eaih >ear
President u Sol Goldman Ex-
cuuve director Loui,
SchwarUman.
1 v
chairman. 0c-ar
man.
chairman B *'"?'.
chairman. A. AU>,rl M,,.r "
Continued on Pay. ioa
Cm-
Home of Aged
communal insutuUon L^i
dents The AlbuT U-? *t nttm
- the UtTTJTZ*^
for the carTSd J^. W,U,pp*d
nd rehabilitation of
Continwte en pa*. | A
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Woman resident paints portrait at jewsfh Hob- J
Home etanw look, ~ Self-reliance, creatijj*
'ndu.inunss_au these are encouraged in Hs-J
with eye toward making of senior dttaen WJf"*-1
"I whose productive r^H^~t are limited only 1
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everyone to do the big CIA job," say these former
lei Jewish Appeal campaign chairmen, phown pledg-
iull cooperation to Dr. Morris Goodman (center), 1958
CIA chief. Men who led successful QA efforts in past are
Carl Weinkle, Sam I. Heiman, Aaron M. Kanner, lohn Serbin
and William D. Singer.
as Mobilize to Support
ibined Jewish Appeal
(ma and appeal of help-
ors in desperate need
adMK to the oaUytos
)ade county.
re of the suburbanite's
or his fellow-man has
ugly proven in the way
the 26 municipalities
their manpower into
Combined Jewish Appeal
rity of these cities now
nanent and well-organiz-
lign-units, replete with
lirmen and recruiting
primed and ready to
Miami Beach
North Miami Beach,
fthur I. Snyder is cam-
hail-man with Murray
foamed vice chairman
|th>- Special Gifts Divis-
' have asked for at least
pteers to cover the city,
rtsh War Veterans and
rganized groups have
tin. and assistance has
rn by Rabbi Isaac Lerer,
of Monricello Park Jewish Cen-
ter. Howard Ralby beads the
GuJBjsral Solicitation Committee,
with Mrs. Dot" as coordinator.
In North Miami, "sctton" is
the word. Behind the leadership
of chairman Henry Gilbert and
coordinator Mrs. Fred Blank, the
ares hi being mobilized for work
aid solicitation Prominent North
Miamian Frank Goodman is
slated to play an important role
in the drive. Assisting Gilbert
are Martin Aronson and Mr. and
Mrs. Benjamin Miller. Extra vol-
unteers will be forthcoming from
the North Dade Jewish Center,
Temple Sinai and Beth Emeth.
Flagler-Granada
"Out West" in the Flagler-
Granada area, chairman Joseph
Masters, who headed the drive
last year, is reporting a growing
awareness of CJA's services. He
is a vice president of the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center,
one of the important beneficiaries
of the Appeal. His committee
has tentatively planned three par-
lor meetings as a prelude to the
big gifts push and the full-scale
coverage In February.
West Miami
In the City of West Miami, a
leading citizen has accepted the
CJA chairmanship. Willard Ben-
der, councilman of West Miami,
a national committeeman in JWV,
and an outstanding civic worker,
is directing the city's drive. He is
assisted by Ruben Lederman, co-
chairman.
Bender will also be receiving
the assistance of Temple Zion, its
Continued on Page 8 A
NfllHT SfUtMTfff
. Ceral OoWet ckairmi*
AT COUNTRY CLUB
Gables Kicks
Off Feb. 9;
Israeli Due
" Coral Gables Country Club, at
977 N. Greenway dr., will be the
setting for that area's Initial Gifts
breakflsffn^ftehaV'ttrthe 1958
Combined Jewish Appeal.
The breakfast event is called
for 10 a.m., Sunday, Feb. 9, and
will feature an address by Nathan
Bar Yaacov, Labor Attache of the
Israel Embassy in Washington.
Called together by Coral Gables
campaign chairman Herbert.
Gelernter and his aides, a group
of prominent business and pro-
fessional leaders and guests will
"get the ball rolling." They will
make their own pledges and then
plan a full-scale, city-wide drive
to reach all prospects in the Coral
Gables and South Miami areas.
Helping to organize the Coral
Gables drive are Louis Goldman,
initial gifts chairman, and Wil-
liam D. Singer, pacesetters'
chairman.
Goldman has been active in the
Winter Residents Division, Initial
Gifts unit and in the Coral Gables
drive for several years. He is a
member of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation executive com-
mittee and board of governors
and has served with numerous
local welfare agencies.
Singer is a former CJA cam-
paign chairman, prominent local
business executive and one of the
pioneer members of Federation's
board of governors. Also in the
forefront of activity in the Coral
Gables area will be Sam Weissel,
one of the earliest settlers in
that city and an active commun-
ity leader in civic and Jewish af-
fairs.
Other important members of
the CJA breakfast committee in-
clude Sam J. Heiman, twice CJA
chairman, and Nat Winokur, who
beaded the Coral Gables drive
last year. Also on the committee
are Sol Rovin, Dr. Harry Green,
Dr. David Gateman, Irving Lax,
Charles Adler, Benedict Silver-
man, William Seltzer. Harry Corn.
Dr. Irwin S. Morse, Meyer A. Bas-
kin, Theodore Berman, Edward
Feldstein, Morris Hoffman, Mor-
ris Horowitz, Abe Hurewitz, Max
Newmark, and Morris Simon.
These CJA Affiliates Serve You
Mt. Sinai
\M;lhen VI-' 'JHt'i '58
-----H2J45
$92,245
--------$121,371
------------$118,238
__________1140,070
____________$249,540
$3*5.20*
______$000,000
_________$t2*,000
$1,445,000
$1,100,000
___.$1,200,573
___01-201 404
$1,150,244
$1,217,141
--------------------------------------------$1,150,050
_______________________________$l,251,0O0
______________________________$U25,0O0
___________________$1,768,000
5AL _________________________ MOOO.OOO Plo
ws 52 million plus goal far 1958. Ready increase In
Indicated since area's firet campaOtrn In 1939, when
iMiami Jewish Federation was organxed. Figure for
ftcc-tes significant jump. That was year of establish-
*>iate of Israel and War of Liberation.
Baby in incubator at Mt Sinai HospitaL Mt. Sinai. currently
erecting a new building on Collins Island, keeps pace with all
scientific developmentsforges some on its own. Hospital
recorded 1.296 births in 1957.
ML Sinai Hospital. 4300 Alton
rd., Miami Beach, recently an-
nounced that the institution hsd
passed the 30,000 mark in num-
ber of patients admitted to the
hospital, in addition to the many
other thousands served at the
clinics and out-patients depart-
ments.
Presently, the hospital sights
are set on construction of s new,
modern, 350 bed hospital on Col-
lins Island, adjacent to the budd-
ing now being used. The Develop-
ment Fund Committee has suc-
cessfully completed the first
phase of this venture by raising
over $3,500,000 in pledges. The
secondary phase of the seven
million dollar prorgam is now
underway.
During the past year, the hos-
pital admitted 10,453 patients;
conducted 13,088 X-ray examina-
tions; rendered 10,100 emergen-
cy treatments; performed over
3,650 surgical procedures; han-
dled nearly 400.000 laboratory ex-
aminations; recorded 1,296 births;
served nearly 400,000 meals, fill-
ed 92,500 pharmacy orders.
The hospital staff answered 900
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Campaign Chief Reports on His Trip to I
i
Survival is Major Problem;
Refugees Figure Prominently
In Solution to Great Needs
By DR. MORRIS GOODMAN
1953 Combined Jewish Appeal
Chairman
We went *o I
sariea I bserve ard to report.
i r -nne how
>( ur money is being us
I it contributes to the r-
what life is li
are the economic condii:


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are the achievemi
stice to s
require a team i
12
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tatives

problems
h of the
to see
nd of purpose, ob.-
ity and achievi
Sir. are the obiev-
c: the State of Israel"
it dedicated to?
To survive: and to receive
efc refuge We. in
tre decades preced
l:-hment of the State and during
existence, haw- endorsed the>e
piinciples. Our obligation is writ-
ten in the boo (hip and in
i'lood of 2.ouo years of Ji
tragedy, of exile and wand
and nunyrdom and culminating
in the greatest tragedy of inhu-
manity to our people, or any peo-
ple in recorded time. Our obliga-

to he our
broUM -
humanitarian objectives wen
i in a
repr-
-
Funds
Tm years h-

record of acr
see how Is
- dedication toward lunrrral
and It has su,
fousht tw ind beaten
back DOT twin. It
B over 900.000 des-
titute :
It .- the light of thee
amine our contribute ar
- or lack oi to-

Let us I conomic
that
-'
S
195"
-
:
was
:nd"'
- need-
ed I
point out what this me:
we pat
we did a good job
Didr. gut
do we take ar
ach.. ythe
or even
We had $100
million to help "000
souls. It coat I but
v Mild ass ime the d
: rants were
-dour conti .535
1 burden
bfar it e.
This burden and those of pre-
vious years accumulate to form
'.he backlog of ec
that express themselves in the
Continued on Page 10A
children a in^S^h^U^^^f^ *alb
1S57 toux of JeW*h State as wS^kSSSikmS^
overseas nrudy mission. ^^ Iwuh Appeal
ii
\
5P
I
*tm
AH eye; .v,ese tion. Despite their own great _
re%1 dcien North Africa rael's people, with assistance from <
ea(?'r oi Israel, their ih Appeal and Greater Miami's
:-ce- ess and determina- Jewish Appeal keep gates to beedoati
These CJA Affiliates Serve You
Mi. Sinai
Continued from P?e 7 A
emcr.ency calls from the bos-
A CardHvPulnooarr l_
tor) nader the direction of a
ical :
b*' electro-t. Vlfn uken
M the past ,.
denceo! the march of .ernce of
, Sr u '.lie.!
I-otope Laboratorj and the Tu-
mor i
all
persons mthout rfiard -o
creed col.* or pa>
Tits year a Baplame,
was mjttttej to afford'sptntual
Sit!*.
c 5S* and
Samuel f.n,.r.,.x^:,/2
the Home has pioneer-
the development oi med-
P*rchiatnc. nursing, case-
*roup work, physical ther-
apy and voluntary services lor
the aj
the only institution km the
state certified for the training of
practical nursing students It is
affiliated with he University of
Miami school of nursing in the
Master's degree course in genat-
id psychiatric nursin Re-
cently, the I ruver-ity of Miami
medical school requested the
Home to provide research space
search of thee university may be
Bl the Home
I -> e(fon i. nud; to j^it
out and develop the cap
esch resident toward
maaiaanm participate!]
rich, cooperative ana 1
mumly life
To achiev e such
there must be. and *
the Home a basic rff
dignsty. right* aDiU
of each resident, eel i*
to prpmote rr. maxu
pendeoce
The Jewish Home f**|
has brought hope. tr
rride to its residesV
bri hter tc morrow
citizens.
President is Abe K-rJ
ecutire director 1*'
Pearl sie in
Areas Launch Their Drive

Home of Aged
Continued from P^, 4A
pro>2en,^'ul,lCaWc,ut be ***?** "^'t> -
Continue fr^m p-9- 7.A
Men's Club, jwv and other or-
gsnued Kroups there
HMaa*
AiK^her active area is the com
of H.aleah-Miami Springs.
wo gtswsi to dnve chairman Mrs. Leo
'^an b> the Huleah-Mmmi
SpTja <**^h Center.
Mr* Gelva. u preen^ent
wog-time restdeat of Hialeah end
" been actie for laary years
m numerous ptuUntlimir .
deavors ^^
fer^TEfV^ rtro "*
red by xithaa Becker. "
president, and *rs. *<*"l
sdent of theSithoA-i
other orgni""V^\
committee 1- pr*^
formed Extra mi
cruitment n-^^rJJ^J
dxiire headed D> **
baum. Men ^^Zk
the help of R'^^-iT
Mrs. Joseph ver
cepted the
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ptaeing a key re
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9-A
ese CJA Agencies
Her You Year- 'Round
wice at Your Desire
lily Service
kh Family Service, Com-
Scrvices bldg., provides
onal case work" for hrm-
.. inslitutions to deal more
Ply with day-to-day prob-
living, marriage, raising
yetting along with
overcoming handicaps,
n: security.
piioitant JFS program per-
i assisting new Americans,
I ilu newest wave of refu-
lir Hungarian escapees.
I ttlement in Miami
| > thing from greeting
^n their arrival to help-
m find a new life here:
illy, socially, educational-
ob-wise.
d-care service is now a
JFS year-round program
ing the child who cannot
er care in his own home,
. are, institutional place-
elping the unwed mother,
lion program.
Piitrated attention is given
: the aged in the commun-
|enmfort, security and a
in life when residence in
u!ion is unnecessary aud
Hbta
lional services are also
through skilled profes-
Pelp in improving the vo-
achievement of hundreds
I placement on a job.
knee on educational mat-
pployment of handicapped
in the sheltered work-
all this is a continuing
of JFS.
Sent is Alvin Cassel. Al-
ma nor is executive direc-
t-pn.oe clubs sponsored by
GMJCC, serving more than 1,000
you .a, conduct weekly meetings
and other activities under the
guidance of advisors. These
groups participate in- athleti*
leagues and many social func-
tions. Special groups have also
been organized for the young
adult population.
Senior citizens, over 55 years
of age, have found a warm wel-
come and new friendships at the
Golden Age club meetings. The
Center provides an ex'ension
service for residents at the Jew-
ish Home for the Aged, as well as
in its own building. The students
of the School for Practical Nurs-
ing of Mt. Sinai Hospital do field
work in the Center Nursery
Schools.
President is Isidore B. Simko-
witz. Executive director is Efra-
im Gale.
unity Center
Greater Miami Jewish
inity Center provides lei-
me. group work and rec-
ll services for the Jewish
nity of Dade county, and
program for every mem-
he family, from preschool
rough Golden Age. The
serves over 8,000 individ-
inuallv.
ims are now conducted
buildings: Beach, 1536
Miami, 450 SW 16th ave..
e.st YMHA, 1335 SW 6th
North County Branch,
IE 6th ave.
pC also conducts a jointly
ed youth program with
Judea of Coral Gables.
tiuiity wule day camps are
by this agency. Consult-
id program services, in-
training institutes, have
frovided to synagogues and
tommunity organizations.
Vsery school with long
kf history and trained, ex-
pd teachers is available
lldren from three to six
age. for half-day or full-
rollment. Center vehicles
rt them from home to
back. Hot meals are
re of the all-day program,
jren of working mothers
Ved up at various schools
turned to their homes by
|vehicles at the end of the
fy are liven a supervised
experience involving
[arts and crafts, dramatics
Wing. For childen from
to sixth grade, there are
pn groups catering to spe-
erests such as art, ballet,
'", and athletics. Over 40
ft
^rw
Council of Women
The National Council of Jewish
Women, 135 NW 3rd ave., Miami,
receives funds from Federation
in support of its service to new
Americans program.
Council volunteers meet new-
arrivals at trains and planes, as-
sist them wih housing and Eng-
lish classes. They also assist with
claims for indemnification
against Germany.
They provide technical, as well
as volunteer services, in assist-
ing with applications for naturali-
zation, taking an active part in
naturalization ceremonies, assist-
ing those who have immigration
problems, and giving advice and
service to local residents who
wish to sponsor immigration of
family or friends to the United
States.
Among other praiseworthy
community-services. Council con-
ducts an aid-to-the-blind project,
participates in a volunteer pro-
gram at the Jewish Home for the
Aged, and assists children at the
Miramar School.
Section president is Mrs. Jean
C. Lehman, executive secretary
is Miss Minnie Feinberg.
These Hungarian escapees are resettled in
Miami with help of Jewish Family Service and
newcomers' service of National Council of
Jewish Women. Sandor Gnagy, Sandor Funk
and Mr?\ Martha Rosza (left ot right) were abte
to save children Lasio, 4. and Down, 5, as they
fled.
Golden Agers meet for dance at Town Branch
of Greater Miami Jewish Community Center.
This is one of series of activities sponsored by
GMJCC for all age levels and all interests in
Center branches throughout Dade county. Tots
in Center nursery school 3, tween-agers, teen
agirs, young adults every group has its
special program mapped out by GMJCC pro-
fessional s;ahers for maximum effective use of
leisure-time hours.
little Man,
Big Voice/
Said Andrei
Continued from Peg* 5 A
pirations of millions of voiceless
Asians."
And his "battlefield" has been
the platform of the UN since he
helped write the charter of that
organization in 1943.
His sizehe is 5 ft., 4 inches-
has often elicited comment from
fellow members at the UN.
USSR's late Andrei Vishinski des-
cribed Romulo as "this little man
with the big, big voice."
Historians are beginning to
draw a parallel between Rom-
ulo's blazing leadership in his
homeland and that of Israel's
founders. They point out that the
Philippines gained their indepen-
dence at about the same time Is-
rael achieved Statehood and re-
cognition in the UN.
Both nations were conceived in
democracy and had to emerge
victorious from a devastating war
to gain their end. Both eschew
Communism, both believe im-
placably in human rights above
aU.
Such is the man who will de-
liver the principal address at the
colorful CJA kickoff Sunday
Luckman Joins Gen. Romulo Sunday
As CJAppeal Inaugural Honor Guest
Continued from Page 5 A
David Ben-Gurion in 1961, Luck-
man joined a delegation of prom-
inent business and communal
leaders in the United States who
conferred with the Premier in
Jerusalem on the economic prob-
lems facing Israel at that time.
Since then, Luckman has been
in Israel and obtained more up-
to-date evidence of the progress,
as well as the problems, involved
in Israel's march toward eco-
nomic independence.
It is this story he is expected to
relate at the Sunday CJA inaug-
ural function.
Late Wednesday, Weinkle re-
leased members oi the inaugural
dinner committee. Included are:
Charlea Adler. William Aaraniiw,
R. WllllaniH A|.lr. Paul Barnott,
H.i-kln. Pavld Hi N.i'
Becker, Mia* Su- Barbowlta, Morrli
Itlark, Jerome Blank, Sam illank.
William HI it I. Shc|i.wil Uroad. <'<>'
lnidley I) Krodie. .lark t'ainrr.
Mavld Catvman. F.eo Chalkln. Joseph
Cohen, Joseph I>ll-U, ChlaM Khi -
In h. OMa k*uer, Lao lCinenateln. Mii>.
Aaron Karr. Martin Fine. Jacob
Kiahman. Joe CSardner, Joseph A.
C.arfleld.
CharlM (ielither, Herbert Oelernter,
ll.iii\ (Jilbert. Mra. Loula lilaaeer.
Oeorae lioktberc Loula (ioklnian.
Samuel CoMman. Sam A. fSoldxtrln.
Pr. More In (ioodman. Mas Onrdon.
I>r Ceorve A. Orahnro, Melvln Qreen,
Murray Inser, l*unanl r,iomn, A. J.
llarrla, Mm J. Helman. Hi,rani
Kane. Aaron M. Knnner. Sam Kan-
tor. William Kline. Max Kolkei,
I'Hvid H. Kornhliim. Aaron Kr.n IU.
Kravitz. Abe Ka.n. i. M .
Lachman.
S'am l.a> h'va1' l>rt l**IM
evlnmin. S C LovMMOB, Jrmfjih M
I.iplnn. Mr*. Sii n"il I.I .ion. Alvl:i
Lowe, Oecai Mamber, Mr. Alas
Hani >n. Ma In Mar owlti
Mairtera, Ja< '. m > phi >h s> n
C. afy< Marvli
Rauxln. Roi*. i Rnblreon, Joeaph M
Roac, Joi 11| I' m H
Koni, Sam Bcoachter, I all Doni
I., i -. Ai n Louis S" (al.
Jo n Srrbln. Ml HhocarC Larry
BISve ii mil Shu.I St.\erinuii.
. : Slmkhvi,
...win. Mra, BoaMel
v m.nVi.'f. Mi n Strain. Raabi
r nanuel .1 S Hb,
kwrgc Be**.
.- J< iaman, Mtn
Cm .1 elnltla. V/M -
l!atn Weintra b A B Wiener, Mat
V I -k.'i. H. 1 j Wolff.


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COhWMiD AmALASMTSJHlM
Community Relations
Agencies Stand Guard
To Protect Freedoms
Anti-Dofarratien LSSSSM 9*
B'nai B'rith
The AnU-DefamaUpn_Ua*ue tt
E'nai B"nth wi -
1913 to combat anti-Semitism, it
conducts a program of commun-
l v relauons between J<
ron-Jew-sh groups, and ed
n democratic living. I"
work, the ADL utiLzes three
a of democratic progT'
cJucation. public opinion and lau.
ADL charts the pattern of or-
. ed anti-Semitism and
counteractive measures. It also
engages in legal action to pre-
infnngement against civil
lights and acts similarly to ob-
further extension of 0
rfrht-
WIDL is devoted to a contimi
iicational process to create ba<-
:( attitudes among all Ameru
lavorable to Jewry and to derr-
era tic living. It oper
through mass media and through
specific groups such as schools,
libor and religious organization-.
The 27 professionally staffed
-s of the Anti-Defamation
League bring the League's nat-
i nal program to the local level
and deal with local problems.
Flonda regional offices of the
ADL are located at 330 Seybokl
bidf., Miami. Executive director
i- Nathan Perl mutter.

American Jewish Committee
The American Jewish com nut-
'e founded in 1906. is the oldest
rationwide educational and com-
;.-. u n i ty relations organization
combating bigotry, protecting
the civil and religious rights of
Jews here and abroad, and pro-
moting the advancement of hu-
man rights.
To realize it objective-, the
American Jewish Committee
uses scientific research and study
to determine the nature of pre-
judice, how it operates and how
test to eradicate it:
Enlists in the fi-.ht again.-t
prejudice the nation's ec
publishers, leaders of industry
aid labor, veterans, youth groups.
< ducators and religious leaders of
II faiths:
Promotes through educa-
tion*] means social action to m-
.iate. extend and enforce mea--
i res against discrimination in
employment, higher education.
housing and enjoyment of civil
and ew
prooaganda of organized
ted other pat** n0>ul*
to democr : #
The committee has 15 area of-
fices I

director **
American Jewish Congress
T>. U Jewish
and mocratic
way of life. U> the "*"
pie. and to support of the State of
Th!
ican affiliate and spok*
Jew-
Jewii f more than
80 lands, to affirm the
the Jewish people and to help se-
cure and protect th civil
and economic rights of Jews
everywhere
Local office is at 111 Ml
ave Miami. Executive director
is Haskell Lazere.

Others
Other community relation*
agencies offering broad support
to Miami Jewry
Jewish Labor Committeeor-
ganized in 1933 to help the vic-
tims of Nazism; today conducts
a broad educational program to
make American labor aware of
the danger inherent in religious
bigotry'- racial intolerance and
totalitarian ideology: embraces a
number of AFL-CIO international
and local trade unions, including
the United Hebrew Trades and
the Workmen's Circle.
Jewish War Veteransoldest
veterans organization in the VS.;
helps to obtain millions of dollars
in government benefits due to ex-
servicemen or dependents with-
out regard to faith: maintain? a
rnunity relations program
through close contact with non-
sectarian veterans grcu:
National Comm.imty Rela-
tions Adwsory Council joint
planning and coordinating agency
in the field of Jewish community
relations.
\
Young Adults organize tor CIA campaign at
-eeting d Jewish Your.: Adult Council o
Sou-. Florid a C ponsored by G.eater
mi le-A-.sh Community Center, coordinate.
adult clubs in Great-
e, ;. x Sectec U Henry
Rogkr-Ckaaada Noting Adult
Harriet Tree. res.aent. Miami
B^ .-. S-r.dia FrogeL Coun-
c' r-es:cer.: Miami Junior H=dasah; Irwin
moc. president. Temple Emanu-Q Young
Adas* Yale Moak. Beth David Young Peoples
League. Back row (left to right) an'
Golden. Tic* president Flagle:-Granada l|
Adults; Gerald B. Henin. Miami Beach 1
Adults. Greater Miami Jewish C
Center; Charles Dinsmore. FlaglsM
Young Adults; Nissan S. Pearl
visor, GMJCC: Bernard Feldmas,
Beth David Young Peoples League:
ler. Temple Emanu-FJ Youna Adults;
Clein. F lagler-Granada Young Adah;I
nee Fhedkxnd. Beth David Young PeopssJ
gue.
Survival Still Major Problem;
Refugees Figure Prominently
Continued from Pag* IA
many inadequacies that face that
country. To mention some: It
costs about $1,000 for permanent
housing for each immigrant. It
will cost $80 million to house the
2.000 that came this year and
ihere are 100.000 others in tem-
porary quarters. It is estimated
another 70.000 will be brought in
'his year. The need for perma-
nent housing alone will call for
'he expenditures of hundreds of
millions.
There are many other inade-
quacies there is a tremendous
backlog of need for their agricul-
ture settlements: there is also the
reed for industry to absorb the
immigrants in occupation and
other development needs. It is
ia this self-searching appraisal of
the part we played in the build-
ing of Israel that we should ex-
amine what we see in the laad.
The first observation that
(truck horror to our eyes was the
old maaborat unimaginable
shacks with the earth as the floor
and a conglomerate of old canvas.
tin and wood planks forming it
walls and roof. 70.000 still nvc in
these; some have been there
seven years and more Are we to
blame Israel for this condition
or are we at fault' Ask yoursel-
honestly.
We spoke to these immigrants
* course they complam Thev
want permanent housing: they
want to get out of these shack.
they want a job. Do they want
to leave Israel' Not a single one
I interviewed. You have heard
propaganda of a movement to
leave Israel: of more than 900 -
000 who were admitted, only 36-
000 over the ten years have left
What are the achievements
economically?
Having been there twice pre-
viously. I was in a position to
make comparison. I was over-
whelmed with the myraids of new
buildings, and the immense num-
bers under construction. 1 was
stirred by the marry terdant
fields where previously there was
desert I wai greaitly impressed
b> the pipe lines, the wl lines
toe paper mill, the cotton mill'
Freedom Biggest
Story of His Life
Continued from Paeje 5 A
and Philippine Ambassador to the
Lruted States
As a fiery orator in behalf of
the voiceless, he continued to at-
tract world attention
At the L'.H Conference on Inter-
national Organization held in San
Francisco in May. 1945. be was
regarded as the spokesman (or
the rights of all peoples oppres-
sed by colonial domination and
racial discrimination.
Romuio was elected president
in 1948 of the L'N Conference on
Freedom of Information in Ge-
neva In 194. he was president
of the Fourth Session of the DM
General Assembly in New York
Philippine President Elpidio
Quirino made him Secretary of
Foreign Affairs in 1950. and fir
the next two years in that impor-
tant pot. at home in Manila.
Romulo's voice rose againonce
more he was occupied with fight-
ing Communism in his eoun-
For a while, in 1952. Romuio
entered the political Hstl to op-
pr>se yuinno for the Presidential
nomination of the Liberal party
tW foray m politic* proved
unsuccessful and oo Sept 24
1955 he was again appointed
Philippine Ambassador to the
United States. He was a delegate
to the conference of Asian and
African nations at Bandung faj
Aped. 1955
In toe IX. Romuio became the
Philippine representative in the
Security Council when his coun-
try was elected a member of the
Council in December. 1956
He then served as chairman of
the Security Council during the
month of January. 1957

1 k
:"'?;s.
American Jewish *>mir;M~ Anti-De4amauon
ican Jewish Congress are representative of
tiona agencies that guide Greater Miami Jewry in i
problems relating to ann-Semitinn and encroach^
fundamental human liberties. Here Miss PrisaUa
(right education director of Flonda reaional office,
tarnation League, and Mrs. Esselle Gordon, few-
Gables ADL chairman, present Dr. Louis Head.
Coral Gables First Methodist Church, with Brotherhood]
Trades Council
Business, Pro's
Pushes
for On!
Inn ,t P''m lnd W ne
and the innumerable other indus
Wee. Particularly was I .mprev
*V*ti* improsed standard
of hvng-the absence of food ra-
twning the better clothing but
mostofalldMlIfeeltheubr
energy. ,he high morale.,he se2
succeed and see it through
In 1950 during ,he great miM
Continue* on P,,. u A

K
M.am.
Continued from 6A
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31. 1958
vJeni&tnurkikui
11-A
Kick Off Will Hear Romulo
id from Page 1 A
irements of CJA beno-
million plus goal, the
fish Appeal is to re-
tuOO. Creator Miami
Hfare and educational
fill requite $678,500. A
lional, educational, cul-
relKious institutions
1121.800.
I oi $102,100 fttPlieMr-
reserve for collection
to deaths, business
h i other unusual situa-
tie source oi funds for
spendable Miami wel-
es: Mt. Sinai Hospital,
me for the Aged. Bu-
tish Education. Great-
Jewish Community Cen-
Dauonal guidance, shel-
shop and refugee pro-
grama of Jewish Family Service,
newcomers' service of the Nation-
al Council of Jewish Women, and
the Baron de Hirsch Loan Fund.
Vital community relations agen-
da* such as the Anti Datamation
League, American Jewish Com-
mittee, American Jewish Con-
gress, Jewish War Veterans, and
the Jewish Labor Committee also
look to the annual Combined Jew-
ish Appeal as an important
'lourWof operating funds.
Among some of the national
services supported by Miami's
all-inclusive campaign are B'nai
B'rith's Hillel Foundation, B'nai
B'rith Youth Organization, Amer-
ican Assn. for Jewish Education,
National Jewish Welfare Board,
and Union of American Hebrew
Congregations, HUC-JIR.
Major beneficiaries this year
will again be the UJA and its
constituent agencies: Joint Distri-
bution Committee, United Israel
Appeal, New York Aaan. for New
Americans, World ORT Union and
Jewish National Fund.
Dr. Goodman said Wednesday
that "the Jewish community of
Greater Miami, through iu^an-
nual CJA drive, has undertaken
the task of raising an extraordin-
ary amount of..money to save Jew-
ish lives which* are endangered at
the same time as we support lo-
cal, national and overseas agen-
cies and institutions which con-
tribute to the physical and moral
well-being of all Jewish people.
"It is again, a twin-pronged
drive, requiring dual-purpose
thinking and giving on our part.
In 1958. wc must give two gifts,
one to our 'regular' campaign t..r
on-going needs of some 50 causes
here and abroad, and a second
'over-and-above' giit to the Res-
cue Fund, commensurate with the
challenge that is before us.
"In 1958, we will witness up to
80,000 of our fellow Jews press-
ing on toward Israel and other
tree lands in quest of a life de-
nied them in the countries where
they now live. We must make
sure that they reach the land of
their hopes and dreamsand a
life of freedom.
"This objective, in conjunction
with our drive to fulfill our own
community needs here in Miami
through toe major CJA affiliate
agencies, in sum constitutes our
total effort for 1958. We must not
fail."
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SS1 PALM AVE. HIALEAH
ival is Major Problem
from Pago 10-A
try foreign aid dropped
er person to $20. It has
in 1956 to $53 per per-
fwas the result in part
military emergency
rt part also to the large
l migrants.
the outlook? What
about the future? An economist
has pointed out that foreign aid
must continue at its present level
for some years, if the backlog of
needed development is to con-
tinue in orderly fashion. But if
immigration is to continue at its
present scaje, "foreign aid must
not only continue but must in-
IERS MIAMI MONUMENT CO.
(ami's Leading Memorial Dealers"
Ssrvtef toe Jewish CssWtr lasts 191e
Mr! ONI
p*0 ONir
/ISH
NJMENT
ILDERS
whins
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mot euAiinr
avmiuments
at lowssT raca
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More? Boy for Less at Palmer/i and Save I
fs Cists* Mod. hteOw. Shoe* WMfa 1 eeys I
n. ii souTHwisT its tnen
Ceres* ft JJrd Arsese
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crease in order to avoid the drag
on the economy lest it become un-
manageable."
I was asked "Is there an emer-
gency?" There is a triple emer-
gency. There is the emergency
to meet the deficit which we
created by giving $35 million
when $100 million was needed;
there is the emergency to wipe
out the maaborats and to house
the new arrivals; there is the
emergency of 70.000 of our bro-
thers who are coming into Israel
in 1958. Call it by any name you
wish; this is our challenge and
this we must meet.
Whether we support Israel or
let it down, the gates of Israel will
remain open to receive our unfor-
tunate brethren, in whatever
numbers they choose to come. Is-
rael is dedicated to receive them.
In our power rests the decision
of how they shall live in Israel
in dignity or in squalor. ,
LOT IS FINK
CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
Announce* the Removal oi His Offices to
701 Congreee Building
Miami Florida
Telephone FR 9-2751 February let 1956
333 S.W. TSfh Am. UO AUEM,
SsodoftMet to Cor* re *
Ph. rI 4-5437 A PI 04171
m
Macmillan Denies
Britain is Pushing
For Partition Plan
Continued from Page 1 A
Middle East problems, he said
this was bound up with problems
of "the greet East-West strug-
gle," adding that "we must be
petiently hopeful end watchful
end tffr tose an opportunity
for exeminetien of a possible
solution."
Asked to what extent he thought
containment of the Soviet Union
should be permitted to take pri-
ority over a solution of other Mid-
dle Ea&t problems, the Prime Min-
ister replied that prevention of
war and not only nuclear war was
the first consideration.
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14-A
'Compulsion'ReexawinedShows Levms PoetK **
WffffW .w^i.r^^HM^f'XT.per. he boo* tells the story .. 0* k.er
COMPULSION. By M.y.r Levin. New York: Simon .nd
Schuster. Inc. S5.C0.
nSEVER LEVIN'S RUNAWAY bvst-se'ler BW
M Jen revewed ,n all .he great and small pen*:
and oeen The subject for numberless dramancr.a
and oral talks. Most people. *" "J"^ ^tesWtf
do reading, that is-have read This '; '"'^
chanee from the usual situat.on for this column, nta
no ii ha, no one ye. read the book ^'"^^ JJ
often it has not yet even been heard of Perhaps it is not
too late. then, for a last look at "compulsion.
There is no doubt that Mr Levm has cone *"<*_
-ddTW. one-W-Re-T^sTcrWrior, ***
M1LTOX FRMEDMAS
a in recent years. -'" ,v a Miapapar
uct. and as author. assun> he idem ^ ^^
man coven* whntWW%> the campus cntrm-
case-a nl**rma'Ll ThJs much ,s actually true,
porary of the f "** Sti-S the recreation of
the murder of Bobby wnmm^ happened Mr.
,. fttk H > base. or m"w four years ago. the
" fS, and for drawing
85th Congress Record of Pro-Israel Feeling
FRIENDSHIP FOR ISRAEL
leadership as the I S5*0 *
gets under way I'nw of Israel's preblesns is
shared by Democrats and Republican* alike in both Houses
o Contrail
In fact the On of the 85th is consider--
r II decisive in the history of 1st '**
ressional leaders saw justice in 1st action
They stood up against exec -'- *
conditional Israeli withdrawal.
Because of the vigorou> ngn - Israeli position, a system of guarantee* and i-
wai worked out The United Nations Emergency Force
was assigned to act as a buf:. tankers established
a precedent of deln -die Eastern oil to Isra-
rait of Tiran.
American public opinion deplored the Arab bkv
against Israel and the Communist backed Arab aggrt-
build-up. Reflectir.. Si-rate Democratic
Leader Lyndon Johnson and Sen William F Knowland.
Republican Leader, saw President Eisenhower and Sec
relar;- They pointed out -timber of
tension-filled BwetsagJ w-owid not tol-
erate American -import of sanctions against Israel. A real
eesor, the Soviet Union, was not sanctioned for its
-sion in Hungary. tr.t
BAYED SrnW.lRTZ
-t ee* oi January 1957. a bi partisan
. ._ _. ._,... -- SUtc DeputBMM tnd
e pressure Vital roles were taken not only
-sob and Knowland House Majority Lead-
- ----- and !
as Pbuade*phu< Rep Hugh Scott, former Republican Na-
woai Chairman. ere in the aaguard of battle It was
M nece^anK a cacsthsaled operation because of
ergem psltcses of inmsiduaU IIB*. But
i maoc iiiBii- eceerred at the White House In
The sresenee Presanesr. Eisenhower Rep McCormack
acrusac Bemn Jans* Ledge, lasted Naunns delegate of
-.rvmg as a frpasssman for the Arab cause be-
hsncUfe**. L**| was charted with espousal of
ment spun* :--* Rep. McCormack and
Lao* Mnc fca^e esspiayed greater ob-
.,*er the lsret :a* m*re aeto considera-
.? -alied ta insist that
> art Sense State
Depar- .: -t* Arabs away
tie expenw uf lsra.
The; pr.iateJy ropi*m that the; had to contend
not >- Israel but iix vch Ceagress. But since
C-mgrt's represeBts the vsl < the Asaencan people, th-'
tue Deparunent recociuxed that there was o\er-
. support for fa:r play toward Israel.
Learn While You Turn-Deep in Your Sleep
fJID YOU EVER KriMSlj think of the sleep habit people
* have been addicted to for thousand?, of yean?
lie down for eight or nine hours and do nothing!
A sheer waste of time V might be learning Creek
lime or I in medieval history T
you want to sleep, too 11 rests >ou for the
day. Bat srhy not combine both Why not sleep and
learn at the same time?
The Jewish E :n article
about Hugo Gensbacn. a man \ho b
UERBERT G. U FT
His Strength of Spirit
EARLY IN OCTOBER movie executixe Steve Broidy was
enroutr to Palm Spnnev to a speaking engagement
for the United Jewish Appeal, when his car ran into a
head-on collision. He survived the ma*h-up onlv bv a
miracle. During many weeks of hi, hospitaluation in the
C.-'afornia desert resort. Broidy not onlv directed bi
activities but aUo remained at thr helm of th* L
grles Community Che*t campaign. Steve Broidv is now
reluming to Hollywood and to his desk at the studio
One of the most dynamic figures in the film industrv
Broidy rose from salesman to the presidencv of ABjed
Artists, a company responsible for three of the BkOSt suc-
:1 pic-ures of the year. -Friendly Persuav.on ijo\t
in the Afternoon" and The Hunchback of Notre Dame "
A veteran of the cinema, he entered the field of film
di=tnbutK>r. at the ase of 18. abandoning the studv of law
at Boston I BtversRy for an uncertain career with Frank
Be Film Company After a few years, he switched to
L mversal and Later I, Warner Brothers, .till representing
the Massachusetts territory. In 1930. Broidv began his
affiliation ith MoDoeram-Alied Artists climbing u,
unti. Tiber of 1945. he was boosted to the office
of president, thus becomir.s one of Hollvwood's vou
studio heads. The company hit the jackpot whh th
Bros, production of "DiUinger." a picture that made film
history.
Under Broidy s a- hais pfo,,^^,
many outstanding ;n addition to units of low
budgeted films originally made under the Monogram baa-
Tne acquisnon of top ealibre talent such as Gar%-
Cooper. Audrey Hepburn. Anthony Quinn and Maurice
Chevalier, and directors such as B-.IIy Wilder and Will,,-,
r. has gained for AlUed Artists industry-wide pres-
b<- donethat wa can learn while we sleep. Accr>rding to
yclopedia. GerBSbacb has invented a device to help
aarn while you rieep h ii eaUed Use byptwUeeopt,
You
srooderful ideajust the Ihk i wait-
r. If little Johnnie oV his lessons, the
the future v.. ,hnnie. you must sleep
Johnnie, yosj have
you'll never become
be United SUU Bg awake.-
intrigued above all by the invention of learn-
i to me that this is far Blare
important than Sputnik- or radar The possibilities seem
you do not approve of the poll,
Or for some strange reason. \ou think the
secretary of State is following an asinine foreign policy
tWt n Ca" y0U d' Alm0st noth,ni-' Vou mav hope
that he will resign or that the President will appoint a
But with the h inventicn. all vuuhi*e
reel! 1 T ^ ^ m m a *******
record and, while he sno.zes. he i. re-educated
^ Colleges may give credits and even degrees for sleep-
I don't know whither the hypnobiscope is good for
2J Perhaps some -ub^^n Z
Md while sWpmg whik ^-p a" a^
of things without r,ally hstening ,0 them We seem
BORIS SMOLAR
boyi in order to work hockwards and, 4
ihe book tells the story as the killer, Ii,,?;
moaaOBf they were caught. It is devjtal^i
because the second half of "CompuWaj"
the trial, in which all the psychiatric Mctk*a
reader has just seen at work in the fusta?
,s mitigating evidence." Levin has doa|
careful not to go point-for-onint and overtafci
careful to keep the consistency of the hsMfl
Knowing what we now know about tuft
order with Freudian terminology pan of tat
it is difficult to believe there was a time *J
cepts were not commonplace. Bat this
\fr TaMYS evoltes. andr-with it some of the |
with the beauty and intricacy of the sub
Oh. the id is extremely cunning, that's out
learned, it is poetic and cunning You dootj
i.Uver it can be. how the associations leap1|
cause it's all open, there's nothing to block t
literal it can be. too. It's astounding."
It is this poetry and cunning which Mr _
reyed so magnificently. His own feeling i
title is clear enough. So is his predilection *tl
for Nathan Leopold (here called Judd SteuwjJ
a bitter irony in light of one of Mr. Levi]
x ices, that he has been asked to write this 1
Judd Stcinor. now fifty, has been made eliBbhl
and what he writes "may have a good dttlM
whether or not he would be released."
\ short time ago. Nathan Leopold ippraWl
the original sentence, it was suggests!I
r be allowed.) To the best of my kiwik
denied. He is still in Joliet Penitentiary.
been since 1924. when he was nineteen yeaisi
napped and murdered Bobby Franks.
EUAHU SALPETER -
Problems of Elect)
r\URiNS THE HEIGHT of the cabinet craij{
^ the disclosures to send a top-ranking emu
many. Prime Minister Ben Gurion convened 11
ee of trymtwj
from any source including Germany.
However, he took time out and devoted i<
p-rt of his introductory remarks to the
vamptag Israel's election system It ha!
c.non's long standing: contention that the
democracy and the maintenance of coothnM
ment in Israel requires a fundamental chatjtf
present system of general proportional
-'omary in Europe) to the electoral distnd^
practiced in Britain and the United States.
At present all Israel is a ssngle electoral 1
foi each party from all over the country arel
the 120 scats in the Knesset are distribute 1
p-rties according to the proportion of votes 1
e.ch As a reseat, of the 17 political parwfl
tended for the voters' favor In the last ek
than 12 managed to win seats in the KnessL
even the biggest of the 12 particihe Ml
r>6tain an absolute majority in the Knesset,
only one-third of the seats
This pattern has prevailed ever stnee
hshment ten years ago, and all cabin.-:- ha*el
on a coalition of several parties While U
coalition governments, all other parties-evaw
communists and the extreme rightwins
pated in one coalition or the other
What Ben Gurion and his supporters w*M
place this situation with a system where t*J~
try would be divided into 120 electoral Asnaj
approximately equal number of voters "^
The candidate receiving most of the votes P
ouW he elected for that district into U* M
Ben-Gurlon's argnment. aa stated at Wj
ference. rum as follows the present fj*^*?,
inherited from the Mandatory GwernaieM
awe for Israel as an hsdepeodent M**2.
splintering of the political units, it sctuss* |
ideological differences.
Instead of one government and one
coalition party is a gsjuintnsnt and each p*ro
government is an opposition in itself.
Ben Shahn Paintings on Walls of Ben-fl
ssssassssss
I 'he top an masters ,n ,\1 conslered
composition if ?eJS^ahhTh!?LT* 2*te ll ta
^\hTZL\ "" shahn-
rk the MuseuJ^ ,^u^ P''Un Mu*"
.viJS "' *ldern Ar "* Vork.
-s other Ann^a^eei^ "" **+ ">
' Jewish"SLJ "-*"* W.lf of
1 "" October Shahnc!^ W*MOn ***" v
recognise.1 American painter who drifted J
-urroundings? Was it proof that t****^-
a- distinct from universal art* I* ** ^j
the State of Israel that inspired one( Jjj
American artists to make creative use
1 lorm-'' -w.i.a1
1 promised myself a talk with *" *3
t- the United States, to learn more *"IM
his philosophy of art and his atuw*
I wooM charactcrire Shahn as ^rt
sane.- Most of his paintings wbK*. ssessiH
njinal and reproduction, convey ^gf
MsmsfKanc, liowerer. the message pf
f<*m This is true not only of his c. J
the mnraU with mwrais whtch he am
bU'ldlBgS.



uioxy 31. 1958
15-A
^
K.
*..i 'i'
Lnd new Government
ha enter into partner-
Bi formation of jointly-
ehpping concern call-
: Star Line. Commem-
parinersnip. G^ana
,elc "issued fe. of-
including five-shil-
enomination abovs.
printed in Israel.
ioursts Slated
. in Bridge instruction
[starting shortly at tke
anch of the Greater Mi-
fish Community Center,
rd. Conducted by Mrs.
Goldstrich. the course
Monday evenings at 8
.EGAL NOTICI
NOTICE UNDER
riTIOUS NAME LAW
HKRKIIV alVBN that
tinned, desiring lo engage In
indei ihi' fictitious name of
I.AlNDERETTl at 1847
inti nil io imNlw
with the Clerk of tne Clr-
|..,. County, Florida.
:< iiN.-TKl.N and
|a.\ llRRNKTBIN, His Wife,
.-o.e I nj
1-21. __________________________
jicE OF APPLICATION
ff-OR TAX DEED
|Ur 20.22 Aeta of 1141
File A-1M86
IS HKH I'i i'.IVKN thai
f: o(' ouni y Taa :-..
N.. i. i lIMd the 31 ^1
\ i .. baa filed same
i
[ .. i s...- thereon
) ..... tile f".i n*
i ii ,n ihe I
i i M.i. lO-Wlt:
. I.o'ilivaril Add.,
\ik J I '.i : -II the COUB
i- >: i lift.
I d pt "I"
i was In the
||. A llu.ll.
i f .Hi.- shall In- re-
. to law, the ; r i rti
h< hi i'i be >.: i to tha
gilder at Ihe Court House
II Hi Monday In the month
i Is the 3rd OR]
IS.-.H
hi- ITth i!.iv of .lanunr
LBATHBRMAX, Clerk of
, FloiIda
ll> It M. l-EKPKR I
|l -'!.
LfcGAL NOTICI
NOTICE OF APPLICATION F0
TAX OEEO CHAPTER 20722 ACTS
OF 1t41 Fit. A.1*577
NOTICB 18 IIKRKliv GIVEN that
Nathaniel \\ Slegel. holder ..f Coun-
ty Tax Sale Certificates numbered 723
Vr. &,'-6. '""u'"i.,!!e ,Bt (lay of June.
A.It. 19j4. haa filed name In my offl.-e
and haa made application for a in-
deed to be laaued thereon. Said c.rtlfl-
ratea embrace the following describe!
property In the County of bad. state
of I- lorlda. to-wit:
\V 85 Ft of '/, of Tr 7 same as
Lot* 14 A- U Vanderbllt Pit Ajnd
PI Plat Book 2. Page ", contain-
ing .13 Aires more or less in the
I .untv of Hade. State of Florida,
aa embrnred In Certlflrate No. 723.
The assessment of said property
under the aaid certificate i-nued
was In the name of W. P. Hodg-
klna & W. Madeline K
UjI 2 Block. 3.1.lneoln City Sea. A., .
P'at Book 4 Page W, containing
.17 Acres more or less In the Cnun-
tv of Dade. State of Florida, aa
embraced In Certificate Nt. JIM.
The assessment of aaM property
under the aald certlflrate Issued
waa la the name of Airport Odns
Homebldg O*.
Unless aald certificates shall be re-
deemed according- to law, the properly
described herein will be sold lo the
highest bldd.r at tha Court Hooae
door on the fleet Monday In the month
of March. A.D. 1M. which la the 3rd
day of March, A.D. 1S8.
Hated this 2Sth day of January, A.D.
E. B. I.EATHBR1IAX, Clerk. .
Orcult Court. Dade County. Flo- d i '
(aeal) By R. M. LEEPKR D.C '
1/11. 2'7-14-11.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBT C-1VEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
WILSONS TRAILER PARK at iSOl
N.W. 27th Avenue. Miami. Ha., in-
tenda to relgiater aald name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad*
County, Florida
LOTTIE MOOMJIAN
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney fog Applicant
922 Keybold Itldg., Miami. Fla.
1/10-17-24-31.
LEGAL NOTICI
NOTICE UNDER
FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW
,.N'"T'''E IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ihe undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fl< lltioua name of
V-;AN<' APARTMENTS at 2*70 line
1 m Drive, Miami Beach. Kl:.., Intend
f?g ,.f '",n n'ne with the Clarh
Forloa CUrt f D*de Coun,y'
MAX J. LANG. V, Intereat
CEI.E B. LANfl. /, Int.
WILLIAM I BRENNER 8'eOW",r?'
Attorney for Applicants
J;0|-In .o'n Rd.. Miami Beach. Fla.
NOTICE UNDER
..../'CJIT.OUS NAME LAW
NOT |i Li.S HEREBT GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
'. .'..mV!.t*."*/ lD* Uctllloua name of
MARTHA'S MANOR St 2M0 B.W. 1th
Ave.. Miami, Fla.. Intend to register
said name with the Casrk of the Cir-
cuit court of Uade County, Florida.
CHARLES H. FCLLER, a single
jnan. and MARTHA V I'K'lll
I'FK. his natural mother, aa a
Joint estate with the right of own-
AiS".rrVreT"rvH,or th",or
Attorney fot Applicant!
'JJomT-VuSi bw"" MU"nl ,2, Pta-
LIGAL NOTICI
NOTICE UNDER
FICTi i iuuj NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
buslnesa under the fictitious imtne ..f
AI.M-.V LETTER AND PRINTING
8ERVHK at I.'.04 Alton Road. Miami
Beach 39, Fla., Intends to i egisier
said name with the Clerk of the Car-
cult Court of Hade County, Florida.
MILTON BALSAM
1'in.i7-J4-Si.
[COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
FOR DADE COUNTY,
IN PROBATE. No. 43017-A
flint, of
m i ^ st kr
4.
TtCE TO CREDITORS
editors and All Persona Hnv
i IVmanda Against Said
' ebi notified and requlr-
nl any .aims and demands
ina> have a^atrnt the e
V'lRRIS l\STER deceaae
j.ie t'ounCr, Florida, to the
fudges of I>ade Count>. an t
fame In their offices In Ih.
...'I (house In Dade County,
h-ithln e'ght calendar month
date of the first publication
i.,e w|ll lw. I ...-rd.
IfiKORGE J. ALHOL'M
I'HII.II' H LASTER
ROSALIND BIBOELMAN
Exeoutot
I J ALIIOIM. Attv
lit. ltd Miami Beach. Fla.
1-31.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
rht- un-l.-r-i'-'iied, d.-^li ing to encage in
btielPeea under t1'.- flrtltlnua name of
FLORIDA BCHOOL OF REAL INS-
TATE at Ml Concress Bhlg.. Intend to
i said nano- Kit.i the Clark "f
thl I'i'.nlt Court of Hade County.
Florida.
KAY HERMAN.
.,.,ll\ BKRX8TEIN,
Equal Partners.
7 1.
NOT CF UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
v.." .' is IK'-HIY GIVEN that
th.- underalffBed, saalrlna '" aai
i i n tee the flctltloue nj ol
DAVID OKNTAL LABORATORY at
7; i N W lltith St.. Miami Intend to
regime- s.id name with the clerk of
I' Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
ALBERT HAYFLICK
DAVID FINBKItr,
MAX R. SILVER
M..-nev for Applicant!
MJ Reynold Bid*.
1/24-31.177-le.
NOT CC UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
MrriCE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
..".!'.'!? una" the fictitious name of
BOBBY'S OUTLET CO. at 3 South
""a Avenue. Homestead. Flu. Ida
intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
C -nv gnu. <**
SANDY'S INC.. a Florida corporation
Ki.v'NcR ft MAN A Mr: I Mk.il
Attorneys titr bandy's Inc
1/24-31. 2/7-14.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to enrage In
buslnesa under the fictitious mime of
VOB'i K TV SERVICE at S471 H.W.
th Street Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of I hide County. IHorldn.
UriS WETTER. Sole Owner
KKSSLKn A OARS
ttornvs for Applicant
l9 S.W l-t St.
l/2l-r,1.'7-l._________________________
NOT.CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engate In
.......> under the ftetltlous name if
rrEURGE APARTMENTS at 1608-lfill
Drexel A\eiiue. Miami Beach Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit I'ourt of Dade County,
"""'d'- r.K.iR.iE SIMON
CLARA SIMON
KiiVNER A MANNHKIMKR
Attorneys for (ieorge & Clara Simon.
1/24-31.2/7-14._______
PER ANNUM
Resources
Over
$112,000,000.00
r!
aich
deral
Savings and Loan Association
LAstoaaT ana oldest in Miami bbacm ,
Lincoln Rood at Washington A-enoe
at Washington Avo. 71ft and Harding Avo.
260 Sunny kits Blvd.
- YOUR NEAREST MAILBOX!
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
l REYNOLDS" Boi.K COMPANY at i Giralda Avenue. Coral Cables, Florida
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Clrclut Court of Dade
County, Florida.
HARRY REY.Nnl.HS.
... I ea tor.
KI'RT WKI.I.ISCII
1414-17 Coiigtess Bldg. Miami. Fla.
Attorney f..r Harry RcmioI.Ih
1/24-31, 2/7-14.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN
CHANCERY. No. 307187
HERMAN I'OIIEN,
Plata tiff,
BERNARD M. 8IIOTKIN and
BfiARD OF TRADE, a Florida
Corporation.
. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
You. BERNARD M. "SHOTKIN and
BOARD OF TRADE, a Florida cor-
poration), all whose residences are un-
known, 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, 130S Congress Building, Mi-
ami 32. Florida, on or before Eehiuarv
II, I''is. or else eredltor's bill will be
taken as confessed. Dated January
S. 1*08.
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of
(seal) the Circuit Court.
L. A. CLEARE. Deputy Clerk
1'10-17-24-31.
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
_ +Jcl*ii tkrktiar
aollclta your legal n otic a*.
W* appreciate) your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at
rates
Phono FR 4-4366
loc meeeenger
LEGAL NOTICO
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
GALA LOUNGE at 2300 Collins Ave-
nue. Miami Beach. Florida. Intends |o
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
GALA LOL'NGE. INC.
1/17-24-31.2/7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undi rslKiied. desiring t.. ii.m.. hi
- under the fictitious a
SANDYS A: COMPANY it la Kouth
\ v.-niie. Homestead, i"i.....la
intend.- to reglatei said nan with ihe
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Da.ie
1
SANDY s inc a Florida corporation
KOVNER MANNMKIMi:i:
Attorney! for Bandy'g lac.
1/24-31.2/7-14.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ol
LONDON CHILD at latl S \v Ith
Street Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circ lit Court ..I
Dade County. Florida
ALEXANDER SMITH
I'?'-. |/7-14,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the iifuleralg-m-d, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious nun.- ft
COLONIAL WALLPAPER ft GREET-
ING CARD CO. at '.142 Biscay lie
BIY*. Miami, Fla.. intends to reslster
said name with the Clerk ef the cir-
cuit Court of Dade Coimtv. Florida.
DONALD K. COvr>EN. Sole Owner.
GEORGE J. ALBOL'M
Attorney for Applicant
60-, Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach. Fta.
l/10-!T-4-Jl.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that
ihe undersigned, desiring to engage In
bulsness under the fictitious nag
METRO CABS; METROPOLITAN
f'AIW: METRO TAXIS; METROPOL-
ITAN TAXIS at 2300 N.W. *3rd Ter-
race. Miami, Intends to reglater said
names with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
RICHARD KENNEDY
1/17-24-31.2/7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNtv
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE NO. 42533-B
In RE E He of
PALLY BBNDHEIM
l eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor! ami aii Persons Hat
!mc Claims or Demand! AuauiM Bald
Estate
You are hereby notified and required
to ihim'mi .nv claimi and demand!
which '.'.ii ma] have aralnsl the .-
tat.- ..f s \i.i.y i-.i:\i.in:iM di
i.iie of l .ad.- County, Florida, to the
County Judcea or Dade County, acid
file the Mime in their office! in the
Coui.iv CnurUiouM 1" Dade County,
Florida, within eight calendar month!
front llie date of the first pul.li. atlon
hereof, or the same WIN be l.arred.
HELEN HESS, as Executrix of the
Estate of SALLY BENDHEIM, De-
ceased.
LEON A EPSTEIN, Attv.
2o i.inioin Rd Miami Beach, Fla.
1/24-31. 2'7-14.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
buslnesa under ihe fictitious ii.i
LOU-ROSE SHIRT CO.. at 1J0I3 N.W.
7th Avenue, Miami, Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit I'ourt of Dade County, Floiida.
I .or ST A LUNGS
METER M BRILLIANT
Attorneys for Applicant
and Bldg.
1/17-24-31.2/7
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
fUNTV IN CHANCERY, No. SIC506
BENJAMIN KETCHKlt.
Plaintiff,
LRONA KETCHKlt,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: i*nn Ket.her
194 Bay 22nd Street
Brooklyn. New York
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you. and you ai e requir-
ed to serve a coin off y.tir Aasw.-r
or Pleading to the Bill of Complain!
on the plaintiff's Attorney. Rlchmon
* Wolfson. I Lincoln Road Building.
Miami Beach. Florida and fWe ICM
original Xnswer or neadinn In Lie
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 3rd ilav of
t".il If you all to do so. Judgment
bv default will taken acain t you 1"
the i.ii.-f demanded In the Bill of
Com'.'ulnt
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami
Florida, tin.- 17th day of Jannarv. A.D.
ISiS.
K B. LEATHERMAN,
Circuit Court. Dade County. |
B> JOAN SNEKTeEN.
Deputy clerk
1/31, 2/7-11-21.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR.
IDA. IN CHANCERY No. S8C 21*
FLORA D. SCPWORTH,
Plaintiff.
JAMES KI.I1KRT ORR. and
J( I.IK MAE ORR, his wife,
and ALL PIRl'OSE LOAN COM-
PANY, a Florida corporation.
Defendants. .
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO: JAMEH ELBERT ORR
Address unknown
.11 I.IK MAE ORR. his wife
Address unknown
YOI AND BACH OF YOU. ARB
HEREBY NOTIFIED that a C .e-
plaint to Forecloee Lien has been filed
against you and other parties In the
above styled Court on or about Jan-
uary 10, lr.ft.
That the Foreclosure of IJen M
against the fidlowing described prop-
ert>Lot 6. Block s, of BCNCHK PARK,
according to the Plat thereof, re-
corded In Plat Book 50. at I'aea
_'" of the Public Records of Dade
County, Florida. together v. tb
furniture and furnishings II; in
and Improvements thereon
YOI v.M> EACH of YOL' ARE
HEREBY N' .TIMED to aai I
of voui Aii-.r or any other plea I :nr
lo the Complaint of the Plaintiff on
BEIGEL A TKITKI.MAN, Attorneye
for the Plaintiff, MM Macayne Build*
Ing. Miami IS, Florida, and file the
original thereof on a before the nth
day "
DATED, ..t Miami. Florida, tola '."th
da of January, 195*.
E, i; LEATHERMAN, Cli
clr. ult Court. Dade County, Florida.
Bj WM. W, BTOCKING.
Deput) c lc.
I 17-M-ll, 2/7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersign..!, desiring to engagi m
huainess under the fictitious name of
DIXIE nANDWICH BHOP at 223 N K.
1st Avenue. MUmi. Intends to reststa*
.i I name with Ihe Cley of the Cir-
cult Court of Dade Count>. Floi
STEAK, IMILLAR-NINL'TELN, INC.
LEWUsON ft FREED
Attorney! for Applicant
:", W Hagler St.
1/17-24-31.2/7 _______"
NOT CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring- to ensagc in
m on >er the fit tit ions g
PENNY HOMES at '.in N K lTtth St .
N Miami Beach Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the '
Court of Ds.i. Cimlv. Florida.
KI'RT WALL.Mil
BARBARA WAI.I.AC1I
a'ANF-ET M PRFD
Attorney for Applicants
vii Beybold Bldej.
11,1 7-14.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HEREBY G1YKN Ilia:
the undersigned, daatrlM to engage in
i he fictitious name of
RTBERH RESTAURANT at ttSO Col-
lins Ave., Mi .nil Beach Intends t"
register said name with the ci.ik nl
ihe circuit Court of Dade County.
FlorM
I.FK11AR. INC.. a l-'orlda Corp.
Sole Owner
WRINKLE KESRI
Attorneys for Applicant
v Reynold Bldg.
II, J 7-14.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
is under the fictitious n.nn- of
II s i: IRRER SHOP at 701
Collins Avenue. Miami Re.ch, Florida
intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Fl"
Dated at Miami Beach. Florida, this
..f J.lllll.l' | II
I.IK PRINCE
FREDERICK N RARAD
Attorao.) lor Apple ant
On* f4n-'"ln Road Bldtf.
1/414-31.2/7^14.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKREB* GIVEN thai
he 'in.!.-rslened, desirlnai to engage in
buslnesa under the fictitious n
i i l .|'N MKT ..t l3 I d .v., .
Mianii, Floiida Intend lo rawta'i
name with the llerk of t'ie I
Court of Dade County, Flo-Ma.
S MtD K TOMA'K
and PEfJOT TOBACK
1'24-31. 2/7-14.___________________________
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICB IS IIKRKHY GIVEN that
the timlei signed. .Weiiing to ensage In
huslni ss iiiidei the fictitious n
THE LEt IN VRP COMPANY at 311
I.inioin Road. Miami Beach. II.....la
'Is to register the said name with
the Clerk Of the Circuit Colll t of Dade,
County, Hot
Dste.t i s .'.th dav of January, is-'
MISTK INC., a Florida corpo
1/31,2 7 -11 -' I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious names of
LUCKY NINE STORES. LUCkT
NINE al ItO N VV. 7th Avenue. Mi-
ami. Intends to register said names
with the Clerk of the Circuit OOUIi of
I>ade County, Florida.
LUCKY NINE INC.. a Fla. Corp.
Bv Harry B. Park. President
MICHAEL M. 1 SEN BERG
Attorney for Applicant
1412 Alnslev Bldg.
1/17-24-31.2/7 ____________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR.
IDA. N AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY. NO. MC385
JAP*"".*v V B1MKOW,
Ilalntlff.
U.MIL H1MKOW,
Def. ndant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
III CMP, SIMK'lW
!50 East 53rd Htn
New York City, New York
VoC ARE HEREBY REQUIRED te
:, any of v out answer lo I
Cemplalnl in ihe above i dl*
.on.....i the Plaintiff's attorney, md
f|| tli.....igc al In the office ol the
i..,k nl I Court, on oi "e-
f,.i. the tlth da\ of February, is'.S,
,,ili. Complaint will be taken
. I l.v you
DATED, this 1th day of Januaiy.
tS'.H
K B. LEATHERMAN Clerk of the
nt Court. Imde County, Floi la
R] R II KICK. .IP.
Daput) Clerk,
LEON A EPSTEIN
Attorns) Plaintiff
...in liil.. Miami Reach. Fla.
II, I 7-14.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engaM
in business under the fictitious nuiie
of PARK AVE COFFEE SHOP at
ntO Park Avenue. Miami Beach In-
tend to reglater said name v. ith the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
JAMBS A HAUL and
I \Ml.s W DONALDSON
I /SI. 2 7 ii
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'...SOCIALITE
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'World
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Birth Dai* Special happiness is announced
by Hialeah Miami Springs Jewish Center: the birth
of a daughter Jan. 18 to its spiritual leader, Rabbi
and Mr*. Lao Heim The congregation was
privileged to participate in the religious service
last Saturday morning, and to witness the naming
of the baby She's named after the two mothers
i Sharon Joy The Temple Sisterhood sponsored a
Din in he nor of the new little Heim following the services.
riy is -drawsag .ear< for beautiful blonde boideaebc
[Goodman, who will marry Howard Scharlin, Miami Beach at-
Feh. 11 Latest in the round of pre-nuptial parties for
iras given by Mrs. Bart Friedman and her daughter, Mrs. Nod
11 last Jan. 25 in the Scheherazade room of the Algiers hotel
ie 40 of the honorees friends gathered at the prettily decorated
[adorned with deep yellow gladioli and purple ribbons and fans.
I and Mrs. Jack Cantor hosted a reception at their home, 6455
[, dr., last Sunday, in honor of their son and daugher-in-law,
Mrs. Stephen Carner The younger Corners flew down
larchmont. N.Y., earlier in the week Among those invited
them, and to dance to Rudy Baum's excellent orchestra, were
trt Shorrs, the Leonard Friedlends and Harold Friedlands,
\, and Mrs. Andrew Collar Recently married Mr. and Mrs.
[ice Singer and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ma goon were there, as
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Janls, the Julian Woinkles and the
|Cohens.
a
t*as a 30th wedding anniversary celebration for Mr. and Mrs.
R. Bossak, of 3894 NW 2nd ter. Jan. 24 was the Big Day.
a o e
you know New )tork City now sports the Cafe Sabra. the only
,i club in the country? It's at 253 W. 73rd st. .
features are the wonderful murals and Biblical cookery .
ina Damari, Israel's top-notch singer-actress, is the entertainer.
a <
i. Leone* Kosminsky, from Texarkana. Ark., was luncheon
to her sisters, Mrs. Abo Cossett, of Venetian dr.. and Mrs.
Jacks of St. Louis, and some 80 of her friends Jan. 25 a'
lier> .
\%. Kosminsky, who has been a winter visitor in Miami Beach for
years, chose this lovely way to return the many courtesies
tier by ber guests Other out-of-towners were Mrs. Bon Gold
bo from St. Louis, and Mrs. Leona Weber, of Tulsa, Okla. .
iiit else was from the Beach .
|nr scheme was red and white, with gladioli of those colors
; up the main centerpiece, and smaller arrangements on all the
ii^ewi^^
Miami. Florida, Friday, January 31. 1958
Section B
'Easy to look at' Lauren Bacall
At Israel Bond Fashion Show Here
leph Pransky, of New York City and Miami Beach, had three
for his birthday instead of just one The festivities started
Bday, .inn. 24. at the home of his brother and sister-in-law, Mr.
Vs. Abraham Pransky, of 1831 James ave. .
fcxl day his daughter, Mrs. Rudolph Kramer, hostessed a cock-
rty for her father at her home Joseph's sons. John and Bon,
: other daughter, Mrs. Irving Rogoff, flew down from New York
Bllv tor the party Their arrival was a well-guarded secret
Inie as h complete surprise to their father .
^e partying wound up on Sunday with a dinner at Chary's res
. Hostess for her husband was Mrs. Pransky Joseph
I r of Bon Yemen's Miami Beach Community Singers
ranslcys live down here six months of the year at the Mermaid
merits Along with the Abraham Pransky*. they're co owners.
LAUKtH BACALl
c*M defVery
Flagler-Granada Plans
'Kiss Mo Sadie' Hart
Flagler-Granada Jewish Com-
munity Center will present its sec-
ond theatrical presentation of the
season with the original script
musical comedy, "Kiss Me Sadie."
Mar. 8 and 9. 15 and 16, and 22
and 23.
Flagler's first major presenta-
tion of the year will combine the
writing talent of Mrs. Ray Berrin,
who wrote the script, and the di-
recting veteran of perivous presen-
tations, Ed Moore.
Council Divisions
Slate Proarams
Lauren Bacall, popular screen star, will be com-
mentator for an Israeli fashion show to be presented
on the second day of the State of Israel Bonds Or-
ganization conference here Feb. 7, at the Fontaine-
bleau hotel.
Some six months after the untmely death of her
husband, Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall decided
to take up her career as an actress once again.
Producer Charles Bracked insisted that he need-
ed the slightly acid delivery and transparent hon-
esty of Bacall to play the part of "Julie" in his pro-
duction, "Our Love." for 20th Century-Fox.
The story was an exercise in sentiment and in
the hands of most actresses could become cloying
and over-sweet. Ho and the director, Joan Nogu-
lesco, wore successful in persuading the tawny-
tressed star to come out of seclusion and go to
work.
From fashion pictures to motion pictures via a
year of seasoning on the Broadway stage is the open-
ing chapter in the successful career story of Miss
Bacall, now under con'ract to 20th Century-Fox.
She has a face that is easy to look at, hard to
forget. Mrs. Howard Hawkes. ex-wife of the film
director, saw it looking out at her from the pages
of a national fashion magazine and was greatly im-
pressed. So was Hawkes, when his attention was
called to it.
The director wrote to New York
for information about Miss Bacall
and it wasn't long before Miss Ba-
call herself arrived in Hollywood,
"test-contract" in hand.
She was given one of the two
feminine leads opposite Humphrey
Divisions of the Greater Miami
Section, National Council of Jew-
ish Women, this week announced ] Bogart in the picture "To Have and
the programs for their regular Have Not." It was her first screen
Grossinger to Host Party Honoring Mrs. Davis

Mrs. Jennie Grossinger will hon-
or Mrs. Max Davis with a catered
luncheon at her home, 5941 Pine
Tree dr.. Tuesday.
Mrs. Davis is president of the
Miami Beach chapter of B'nai
B'rith. of which Mrs. Grossinger is
a life member.
"Tho occasion will bo a mem-
bership luncheon, in recognition
of tho occomplishmonts achieved
by Mrs. Max Davis in civic and
philanthropic work in tho com-
munity," Mrs. Grossinger said.
Mrs. Grossinger's daughter.
Elaine Grossinger Etess, will be a
guest from New York.
Mesdames Anne Frank, Frank
Burg and Eli Liberman are chair-
men of the affair. Every new mem-
ber joining Tuesday will receive a
gold Menorah pin and gold Honor
card.
Mrs. Muriel Hirsch Pick, world
traveler and prominent socialite,
and a friend of Mrs. Davis, will
assist in receiving guests.
Reservations chairman is Mrs.
Herman Alberts. 1210 Marseilles
dr. Attendance will benefit B'nai
B'rith philanthropies.
meetings to be held Wednesday,
Feb. 5.
Mrs. Sidney Lewis, president of
' the Biscayne Division, will preside
at a meeting at Koubek Center,
2705 SW 3rd st., Miami, at 12:30
p.m.
Speaker will be John II. Williams,
special agent in charge of the Mi-
ami Division of the FBI. who will
speak on "The FBI Looks at Our
Children."
Indian Crook Division will
moot at tho Surfside Town Hall,
Harding ave. and 93rd st.. Mi-
ami Beach, at 12:30. Mrs. Sam-
uel Berlin, president, has an-
nounced that Mrs. Morris W.
Graff will present a book review
of "Tho Fervor of Ferber."
Islands Division will meet for
brunch at 11:30 a.m. at the Vene-
tian Isle motel. Belle Isle, Miami
Beach. Mrs. Leo Alpert will pre-
side at a short business meeting,
after which Rabbi Yaakov Rosen-
berg, of Beth David Congregation,
will review William Whyte's book.
"The Organizational Man."
Shores Division will meet at the
First Federal Savings and Loan
Assn.. 900 NE 125th St.. at 1 p.m.
Mrs. Robert Lewin. president, an-
nounced that the prorgram will fea-
ture a book review by Mrs. Helga
Eaaon. head of the community re-
Public Library.
part, and it automatically put her
in the featured actress class, es-
tablishing her as a potential star.
Miss Bacall was born in New
York City. She is the daughter of
parents who trace their American
ancestry back several generations.
Workmen's Circle
Branch Installs
Mrs. Irving Bachrow was in-
stalled chairman of the Miami
Beach Branch of Workmen's Circle
at a meeting in Garden restaurant
last week. Nat Peskin, of the na-
tional office of Workmen's Circle
in New York City, was guest speak-
er.
Others assuming office were
Stanley Brody, first vice chair-
man. Mrs. Abraham Haiduck. sec-
ond vice chairman. Louis Joselef-
sky. financial secretary.
Mrs. Isidore Newman, treasur-
er; Louis Joselefsky, correspond-
ing secretary: and Mrs. Abraham
Sir, hospitaler.
Jennie Grosainqet will honor Violet Davis, president of
i Beach chapter oi B'nai B'rith Women at Tuesday noon
on.
Rovins fo Host Party
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Rovin will be
host and hostess to a kick-off year-
book party at their home. 3905
Monserrate. Coral Gables, Satur-
day evening. All proceeds will go
towards heating the classrooms at
Temple Judea.
Convalescent Home Plans
Dinner Mooting Mar. I
Members of Bikur Cholim Kosher
Convalescent Home of Greater Mi-
ami will gather for a dinner meet-
ing Mar. 1 in the Royal Hungarian
kosher restaurant.
Pjoeeeds, according to Alfred
lesser, chairman of the board of
directors, are to go toward support
of the non-profit institution which
is to have its official grand opening
shortly.
Completion of the home's heat-
ing system is expected this week
Beth Tfilah Ladies
Slate Installation
Beth Tfilah Congregation Sister-
hood will install officers at a noon
function Tuesday at the Royal
Hungarian restaurant.
Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky will be
installing officer. Mrs. Joseph
Rackovsky will present the invoca-
tion Sisterhood president Mrs. Isi-
dor H. Kramer is chairman.
Committee in charge of arrange-
ments includes the Mesdames Kra-
mer. Rose Kratish. Solomon Sil-
berman and Louis Lustig.
To be honored are Rev. and Mrs.
Joseph Kiantz, Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
Schechter, and Rev. and Mrs. Jo-
seph Zoldan on the eve of their
departure for Israel.


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dent of the Religion Zionist, of
America: Rbbi Ber.W Cohan;. d.-
rector of education of the worlfl
The Miami Beach conference will ( Re,igwus Zioaut m^emeat. and
.be addressed by prominent Amer-, ^ Dr Bernard Bergman hon-
The conference will be followed ^ ^ ^^ ^^ of the e-1 ortrj. chairman of Religious
!igious Zionist movement, includ
Religious Zionists to Convene Here
Th. Miami Beach conference w
The first national conference of j Beach. fnn,WK
Religious Zionists of America to The conference will be follower
celebrate the 10th anniversary of fey other special gatherings m v-n
Israel will be held Feb. 12 at Miami i.sta of America.
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Lej-h Uilkts. president of
I,; Beach Afternoon chap-
LMrv Irving Tillis, presi-
I,. Greats* Miami chapter
Ins American ORT, this
bounced the combining of
L.s to launch a first an-
L,on award luncheon, to-
lili Jordan Marsh, at the
hotel, Wednesday noon.
gleaner Roosevelt will be
Leaker. In honor of Mr.
[Crossings*, sponsor of
Lat the noted hotetwoman
|nthropi*t will be award-
he top designers in the
Organization for Rehabil
frouph Training, received
Jc recognition in 1952
|i, ''resident Truman sign-
li s Kscapee Program.
Ill- former citizens who
laped from Iron Curtain.
| to the West.
I.S (imcrnment immedi-
Itd OKT to make its voca-
]i|Hriinces and personnel
for the training and re-
Ion of these escapees to
lem to start a new life in
len for Greater Miami
include Mrs. Margaret
Steam, program; lunch-
\. Medwin Benjamin; co-
Mrs. Philip Stark;tic-
hnen Mrs. Gilbert Wax-
i No. Shore dr. and Mrs.
Kramer.
pen for Afternoon chapter
Samuel Pollack, pro-
luncheon chairman, Mrs.
teiger. co-chairman, Mrs.
an: ticket chairman, Mrs.
Iron. 1825 Bay dr. Ticket*
be purchased at Jordan
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Readers of "The-Jewish FJondian
can secure absolutely fsee of
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all dates of Jewish holidays plus
week-by-week listing of candle-
i lighting time for every Friday of
11 the year.
At the back of the calendar, they
will also find all Jewish holidays
for 1959 as well.
This English-Jewish 1958 cal-
ender is a gift from the Good-
men people, the makers of Met-
xos, needles and dehydrated
Perfect Circle of Temple Emanu-El will hold its annual "Kab-
balat Shabbat" Friday eveninq in Temple's social hall, ac-
cording to Nelan Sweet, president. Dr. Irving Lehrman will
preside at dinner. Planning program are (left to right) Sweet,
Mrs. Irwin Rubin, Mrs. Martin Smith, Mrs. Irving Cohen and
Mrs. Charles Rosenblatt.
To Host Oneg Shabbat
Murray Solomon Auxiliary, Jew-
ish War Veterans, will be host at
an Oneg Shabbat Friday evening at
Temple Judea. Past national pres-
ident of the JWV Women's Auxil-
iary Mrs. Frank Weiner, wilf be
guest speaker.
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A feature of this unusual calen-
dar is a group of eight Passover
recipesall of them delicious foods
all of them fit for year-round use
as well as for Passover
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Hadassah Climaxes
Membership Drive
Miami and Miami Beach chap-
ters of Hadassah will climax a four-
month menbership drive with sep
arate functions to be held Monday.
Miami chapter, which hopes to
increase its present 1,100 member-
ship by another 500, will hold a
chapter coffee in the Louis Wolf-
son auditorium of Temple Israel at
0:30 a.m.
Miami Beach chapter, which
hopes to add 1.000 new members
to its present 3,400 membership,
will have its annual "Queen for a
Day" celebration in the Miami
Beach auditorium at noon.
Both chapters neve eeen con-
ducting Intensive membership
drives in the hope ef havine
record membership year in trib-
ute to the tenth birthday of the
State of Israel. Mrs. Moses P.
Epstein, of New York, former
national president of. Hadassah,
will appear as guest speaker at
both functions.
In Miami. Mrs. George Simon Is
the chairman of the day. and Mrs.
Ann Goldberg, chairman of the
"Holiday Cruise" contest to be
given as a prize at that time.
There will also be an original
musical skit by Mrs. Seymour
Baron, under the direction of Mrs.
Philip Schiff. the awarding of other
prizes and the presentation of gifts
to each new member.
In Miami Beach. Mrs. Oscar Sin-
dell is chairman of the day and
Mrs. Abbey Schwartz, chairman of
the fashion show. Mrs. Dorothy
Kneger Fink will moderate the
show.
Following the crowning of the
"Queen" and the presentation of
Kifts. Mrs. Samuel Sakrais will pay
Irihffte to life members.
Additional highlight of the after-
noon's festivities will be the pre-
sentation of a plaque to Mrs. A. F.
Adams by Mrs. Epstein in recogni-
tion of her recent contribution of
$25,000 to the Hadassah Medical
Center in Israel.
Ports Still Available
For Musical in April
Rehearsals for the annual musi-
cal revue of Sisterhood of Temple
Beth Sholom win be held each Mon-
day and Wednesday evening at the
Temple auditorium, 4144 Chase
ave.. according to Mrs. Sol S. Pine,
Sisterhood president.
Trixie Levtri, toeal playwright
and producer, has written a new
musical based on the famous "You
Can't Take it with You." with a
Miami Beach locale and Miami
Beach family and political prob-
lems! as thc-theme. r~
There-ate st|l some" parts avi
able, according W Mb*. Pins, The
musical wttLhe- presented in April.'*
Game Classes lor Women
Man jong and canasta classes of-
fered by the Women's Division
Chamber of Commerce of Surfside.
Bal Harbour and Bay Harbor Is-
lands will be held on Tuesdays,
starting Feb. 4. 10 a.m. to noon for
Mah jong, and canasta from 1:30
p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Mrs. Milton
Levinsohn will conduct the classes.
Mrs. M. Gordon is chairman.
BweMSMSM > fcotner ond it Mpproved
by the Union ef Orthodox
Jewish Ceefreeetiont.
Tree Floating Ceremony
Al Hiaieah Center Sunday
Tu B*Sh*vat ceremony, new year
of the Trees, will take place at
Hiateah-Miami Springs Jewish Cen-
ter Sunday at 10 a.m.
Students of the religious school
will plant trees for beautiflcation
of the Center's grounds.
Rabbi Leo Heim will brief stu-
dents on the significance of the
festival.
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Z pen Tom Hecrts to CJA" was theme of suc-
cessful Pmnien Luncheon at Eden Roc hotel
attended by same 300 leaders of CJA Women's
Division. ?':.=. Aaron Fair left. compeer.
aldi symbolic golden hear: in front
Five generations meet at Jewish Home fcr Aged, and view
ceramic items made by (right) Mrs. Sonya Bilis. 85, who has
been a Home resident since 1951. From left to riaht looking
en are Deborah Sue, four months, and her mother, Mrs.
Stephen Kneap'.er, Mrs. William Kneapler end Mrs. Fannie
Kcrnblum, granddaughter and daughter. Mrs. Bil.s has be-
come a master craftsman in ceramics and a member of execu-
t;ve committee cf Residents Council, self-governing organiza-
tion of Home resident'. Home is a beneficiary aaency of
Greater Miami Jewish Federation end U und ci Dade
County.
College Planning Registration Wed.
Registration for the second ctiutu ., i k !.,,.
sj Si
cation Mdg., 135 V.v 3rd ave
The College ol Jewish S
oners courses for both Sunday
school and Hebn i teai hers.
The second includes
coursei in Jewish history, inter-
mediate Hebrew, basic Judaism
Reform Jewish practices, elemen
tary Hebrew, liturgical Hebrew
Bible and advanced Hebrew,
Three sessions are I eld i
lesday in 45-n
fiom 8 to 10:30 p.m.
Courses in the Hi I lepart-
ment are he'd in m
from Honday throu ;n Thurs
r^ulty of the < achjdes
rs. Shusbannah Spector. Hi
peakei Maurice Samuel as Mrs. Jack
opc-ns tiny door revealing life-dollars.
President Mrs. Scmuel Simonhcff 'rear aid
.en Mis Samuel Lipton and
.earn cpproval.
$10,000 Gift Sparks
Women's Division
CJAppea! Campaign
Sparked by a history-making
-i......0 .:: i Mrs. Arthur
Frank Adams "i Miami Beach, the
Combined Jewish Appeal Women's
Division opened its pre camp
Luncheon last week at
the E len Roc hotel
Mrs Carl Weinkle and Mrs. Sam-
uel Lipton announced that Mr-.
I Adams' contribution to the fund
drive which supports over 50
health and welfare causes, is the
biggesl m ihe historj of the Wo
men's Division,
M'S. Adams is the wife of the
retired chairman of Automatic
Telephone Company, who install-
ed Israel's telephone system in
1951, and is internationally
known as the telephone pioneer
of Theodore Gary and Company,
now part of tie General Tele-
phone System.
Some 300 women in the Big Gifts
ory heard priie-winnin
thor Maurice Samuel report thai
the State of Israel is still in a crisis
and that, without the Combined
i Appeal drive, there would
'- paralysis of Israel's advi
ment
Guests repre i women lead
the local Jewish community,
iei honor presenl
Nahum Astar, Israel C
[or the Southeastern region oi the
1 <' States Mrs Aaron Farr is
campaign chairman
i r, Sydnej J Greenber* Kah-
/' Herbert Baumgard. Dr Joseph
iHurwiti Israel Ribner, Dr J,
erman and Louis Schwartz-

The course ., ,,,
ctures on Conservative Ju-
daism in Rabbi Mayei Al
RbbiB LeonHurwitz R
iber* V'i I
>' '" Reform
i?d"lsm >':-";-' ibbi Benno
'Ol L -on Ki-
Friday is Deadline
For Address Report
h SavoretU, district dirrc-
ihe Immigration and Natura-
l/a (ion Service, reminded alien*
in Florida tha, Friday is the dead-
r filin address n-;>i>rt form*
d under provision* of the
n and Nationality
Act.
Immigration official urged
aliens who ha\e n", yet filed thi'ir
- reports to do so no later
ian 1 to avoid pw-sible pen-
alties
Failure to comply with the re-
quirements can mean a Tint, jail
sntence or deportation for a
willful violation.
said the law requires
t everj don rxept those hav-
: -t itUS, representa-
i international or-
ms admitted
ura] labor-
report
at the
liuiiiigration and
OhhMBuienhhntt
In H. Lauderdak ^
A new orRaniUMa* .
i and former Ohw "
been ergartl/ed by,
and women tnterej'
ing interest in Oham.
name ot the club is i
:iety of Ft Lauded.
All tormer ohioanTa
'ng in or conducting 1
in Broward county an)L
resident membership 1
Ohioans are eligible
dent mem berth o.
Fir*, family -arty at]
vil! b* he'd a- iliagf
La Marquis.- i Tit, i*J
'I'd ; '-r ^"b. 5. In cl r of >n
Louis W. Adam
Ft. Lauderclale
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January 31. 1958
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in sociology at Hebrew
Ersity in Jerusalem, in
of Mrs. David L. Isaacs.
[endowed by Women's
ue for Israel at its 30th
r?ary luncheon Mon-
it Waldorf-Astoria hotel
ew York.
it Meeting
>outh Dade
hood will assume the role
le-. in xhe Brotherhood o
lOadr Jewish Center when
.e! to-ethiT at 8:15 p.m. ot
day al the American Lesion
IMS* 59:h a\e.. S. Miami
group will discharge regu-
aml then convene for
program.
bi Herbert Baumaard,
wil leader, will act as mod-
in a socio-diicuiston
I, "The Three Son*," writ-
Albert Vonpan, member
\ National Community Rela-
|Adv,ory Council in New
elig Snow, chairman of the
i'H- (hi r.'ligion and democ-
in charge of the program.
will also be an address on
ro amendment by a mem-
the i .:...< ;is Committee to
etro.
litauty and refreshments are
by Mrs. Sidney Marder
irvin Koffman,
mcil Women
re Exhibit
fBen Lond will be hostess at
ocg ot the discussion group
Islands Division, Greater
[Section, National Council of
: Women.
fcbers will meet for coffee
f.m. Friday morning, Feb. 7,
Lincoln rd where they will
|n exhibition of paintings by
I artists.
i Yurika Mann, exhibit direc-
jiil discuss the show, which
enis a variety of art trends
}el today.
ussion group chairmen are
peodore Arvan and Mrs. An-
eb.
Mute Plans
(be Formulated
ot directors of the PTA
Bple Beth Sholom will meet
"day. 10 a.m.. at the Tern-
cording to Mrs. Harry A.
i president.
will be promulgated for
"noil Teachers Institute em
P*. which the PTA spotv
or teachers in Miami Beach
whools.
y J. Greenberg, director of
no at Beth Sholom. is pro-
al advisor of the PTA, and
Leon Kroniih is spiritual
fobeSfcown
Tropical Audubon Societv
Miami Public Library will
or a program in the Main
r-1 Bicyne blvdk, st
m. Feb. 7. Mrs. Lloyd Wil-
. *"* P-*dent of the Trop-
Audubon Society, will show
~tor fUmS: -Indian, ,<
Alberta in the Canadian
- and "Ceremonial Danes
.Indians of the Southwestern
, V* b|rd of the month will
described.
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Success of Sunday night's 10ih anniversary dinner of Hebrew
Academy is c.scussed by (left to riant) Dr. David S. Andron.
honorary president; Rabbi Isaac L. Sv : pal speaker;
Mrs. Jennie Gro.-sir.cer. dinner co-chairman with wolfie Cohen;
Herman Lisenberg. execut:\e director; end B. 1. 2 -.d;r, pres-
ident. Mmu'es ai.er this picture wai taken, Dr. A::cron was
presented with spc:al aw^rd cf two, c L trips
to Israel.
World's Sweetest Msrks 60 Yesrs;
But Sugarlne's Sweet Before and After
The world's sweetest s-ibsfance all ages, and completely calorie-
celebrated iis 60th birthday in free.
1957. Its name: saccharinstill Saccharin is not metabolized by
performing its important role in the body. It affects only the taste
makinu "sugar-free" and taw cal-1 buds. It has no food value, thus is
orie diets more palatable. zero'' in calories. However, sac-
This versatile compound, which charm in it- original form had cer-
is enjoying its most extensive use tain limitations including a ten-
today as the basic ingredient in dency when used in quantity to
sugar-free sweeteners, was discov- leave a bitter aftertaste,
ered accidentally in 1897 by Hans i In 1916. a man named H. W.
Fahiberg. a graduate student at', Faulkner, of Mt. Vernon, 111., de-
John Hopkins University in Balti-i termined to correct this "bitter
more. aftertaste" problem in saccharin.
Fahiberg left his laboratory one After patient experimentation, he
evening for a dinner party. During, perfected a saccharin-based sweet -
his meal, be noticed that every- ener in liquid form, which he called
thing be ate tasted sweet. Touch, Sugarine.
ing his hand to his tongue, he found ______
the same sweet taste present. 7!* *ormw,a. efrei* reterrad to
Returning to his laboratory, be I "* "F*n'- Formula." coo-
checked various test tubes and'. ,mim6 b,*ui ''"orodioits mat
800 Help Fete I
Academy Here
A Dm WMBtog that Hebrew day ,
schools are the principal an
to the world's dwindlini .sources of;
new leadership wu sounded^Sun-
das nl *l I 1 Rbbi Isaac L Swift,
of'New V rk, lormet chief rabbi,
a) >n M i I alii J
He adtii. ord crowd ot |
more th ,ii BOO persons at the tenth
mi ual dinner of lot Grester Miami
Hebrew \ neM at Um WO-
tainebleau hotel. ^
Rabbi SwiH said World War
ll't deep inroads on European
Jewry had virtually wiped out
the oreat Yeshivos from which
American Jewry had gained its
current cenera'ion of spiritual
and communal leaders.
Be praised pi
and past presidents Hi -
and Pr David S Andron lor tin ir
\i idemy from
i kindergarten with nine students
in 1948 i i two schools of 305 -in-
dent- today in Coi i and
Beach, hi the kindei
through eighth grade.
Dinner chairman Wolfie I
and Mrs. Jennie l >' co-
chairman, spoke brief!) and touch-
msion plai
the Hebrew Academy. Mrs. Ben-
jamin Appei. president of Ihe He-
Women, Rabbi
Alexander S. Gross, principal, and
Herman I executive di-
rector, also -poke.
More than 70 Student! of the He-
brew Academy presented an orig-
inal cantata. "Building Leader-
ship." written, directed and pro-
duced by Rabbi Gross and Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Donncrstag.
Friday, feri^i

^ 1
Club I Pioneer Women will honor three members at i
Voyage party Monday at Algiers hotel, before they
extended tour of Israel. Seated (left to right) are Mai
Wilensky, club president; Mrs. Leah Notkin, ssaetarfJ
Mrs. Jccob KVantz, Moetzet Hapoalot chairman. Standj
Dr. Sam Wilensky and Rev. Joseph Krantt, who will i
peny their wives.
Yiddisher fevm to Hear Reaowned Poet leivkx fetl
and
equipment to see what had caused
this unusal situation.
He had discovered saccharin,
which proved to have a iwnlirv
ing power about SOB time* that
of sugar. Even moufh chemists
have worked diligently ever
sinca especially after 1950
thoir boot sweetening effort to
combined to make a refreshing,
pleasant tasting sweetener. It
did not have saccharin's ten-
dency to bitterness, yet retained
its high sweetening power.
According to the best available
records, this product was the first
(and original liquid-type sugar-free
I sweetener produced. Despite com-
nwir o**i sweetening errort to 1-------------" i" *"". u^ir rum-
dato has been only 40 times that ', Pe,l,lve efforts. Faulkner s Sugar-
of sugar. j me "quid sweetener is still the
imost widely used, distributed
The first commercial production' through virtually every food store
of powdered and pellet saccharin in in the United States, and has
the U.S. was started in St. Louis, j spread to many foreign countries.
Mo., in 1900-by a young chemist Now sold in 4 and 8-oz shaker
named John Quaeny. With this top and purse size bottles for travel
product. Queeny started an organ- land home, Sugarine is easy to use
ization which grew to become the | One tablespoonful has the sweeten
giant Monsanto Chemical Com- j ing power of one cup of sugar
pany- I Three drops sweeten one cup of cof-
Thus. the boon of saccharin was:fee or ,ea- Popular for summer
made available to everyone a beverages such as iced tea or cof-
sugar substitute that was not a fee because it has no heat-produc-
drug, was perfectly harmless for ,n& calories, Sugarine may also be
--------------------------------------------used wherever sweetness is desired
Young-at-Heart group of Temple i and experimenting a bit, the aver
if h khnlntn nil 1 L.___ a a _-^ ._____. ..
Community Singers
To Offer Two Hits
Miami Beach Community Sing-
ers, under the direction of pro-
ducer:conductor Ben Yomen. is cur-
rently- preparing its presentation
Sunday, Feb. 16. at the Miami
Beach auditorium of "Botshinkes
Mit Mandlen," and Sir Arthur S.
Sullivan's "On Shore and Sea."
Starring performers Include Can-
jtor Israel Reich of Temple Emanu
El. dramatic soprano Lucille Black-
ton, raczio-soprano YoUanda Roth,
and Bob Lyons as narrator. At
the organ will be Hy Fried with
Margaret (Mrs. Ben) Yomen as
pianist.
"Rotshinkas Mit Mandlen- will
include a series of musical ex-
cerpts from such celebrated
works as "Bar Kocnba," "Shul-
emrHi," and "Di Klshof Mach-
ern."
Seeking a work of timely im-
portance. Yomen's presentation of
Renowned Yiddish poet H. Lei-
ivick will be guesl speaker at the
weekly meeting of Der Yiddisher
; Forum Saturday evening at Kne-
seth Nrael Congregation. 1415 Eu
i clid a\(
I.rnick will discuss "Jewish Life
I During the Ten Years of Israel's
I Independence."
Der Yiddisher Forum is week-
ly feature of the Greater Miami
YIVO Committee..
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Beth Sholom will celebrate Jewish
Music Month at its net open meet-
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Mrs. George Cohen, chairman.
Cantor David Conviser is prepar
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the event to which the public is in-
vited. Rabbi Leon Kronish is spir
age person needing sugar-free, low
calorie diets whether diabetic
overweight or just "figure con-
scious" will be able to work out
flavor requirements quickly with
this liquid sweetener. In fact, a
saving of 600 calories a day. about
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p,vals. Slated
(Music Festival
I two newest cantors In the
Lr Miami area will be heard
X year's commuuity-wide Jew-
lusic Festival Sunday night,
'3. at Temple Israer, 137 NE
., Miami.
_ are Cantor David Cbnviser,
iiplc Beth Shotom. and Cantor
kg .Gottlieb, of Temple Jndea
,1 Gables. .
, Convisor
L.I meiti* eee. Me. te a preaV
I ,1 the JwMHarJ Seheel *
, and the Hebrew Uekien C4-
rSheeJ. < SecresV Muek,
', h* wm alee ** 'acuity.
abutted rnvue tttaraanr pre-
, in the ajaycMatrtc division
_> U.S. Air Force, and has
[an RCA recording ehee-al di-
lor Gottlieb came to America
5, and together witti hia bro-
nd sister, was the subject of
hd wide news story after a
tional escape from the Buch-
concentration camp, where
tor thousands of displaced
(is. helping them momentar-
forget their cares.
Recently arrived in Miami af-
Hablishing a reputation at
frgh. NY., with Temple Beth
He studied at the State Con-
ory of Music in Riga and
concert performances all
Europe. He is also a graduate
[ Hebrew Unioa Collage School
ed Music.
Feb 23 function is a joint
CANTO* HttmAH 60TTUER
M
HaroM Abbott, representative of
the Aetna life Insurance Company
t Miami, is participating m l
three-day seminar on new develop-
ments in estate planning and bewi-
neaa life insurance programs at the
Statler-Hilton hotel in Hartford,
Conn. Abbott is one of 90 ranking
members of the Aetna Life Lead-
ers Club, national honorary organ-
ization of the company's top pro-
effort of the local Cantors Assn.
and Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center.
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ills tense scene from Walt Dit.iey s aaveulure drama. "Old
r," Katie Coates (Dorothy McGuire) andhpr sons Travis
nmy Kirk) and little Arliss (Kevin Corcoran) deaperately
fat their badly wounded range dog Old Yeller. Live-
1 Technicolor feature also stars Few Parker and Jeif York.
[will be showing at Wometco's Carib, Miami and Miracle
Jtres starting Friday.
HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON
GORDON and PONT
U/3
ducers. attending the seminar. He
is asseciated with the Walter B.
Arnold, Jr., general agency at Mi-
ami.
United Fund Over
Top with Whopping
$3,211,842 in Til!
Dade county's first United Fund
campaign snot over the top of its
goal Tuesday with a whopping $3,-
211.842 reported in for rha 55 agen-
cies and causes in the single drive.
In reaching the huge goal, Dade
became the first Aiawncm com-
munity, which raised $1 million or
mere in its old Community Chest
to double the amount raised in its
first United Fund campaign.
chairman,
prociarioet tat
srateful
"We salute our wonderful volun-
teers who west back again and
again te assure this victory, and
we salute the wonderful news-
Youth Schedule Conclave
Temple Emanu-EVs senior high
youtn group will hold it* first con-
clave Feb. 8 to 10 at Camp Owaissa-
Bauer in Naranja, according to
Irving Kaplan, director of activ-
ities at the Temple. Members, from
15 to 18 years of age, will partici-
pate in a series of discussions, sem-
inars, religious services, socials
and workhops. Transportation will
be provided, as well as meals and
sleeping quarters. Four Temple
Emanu-El youth counselors will ao>
company the group.
papers throughout Dade coupty for
their support in telling the stery
ot_this .mtat^cause." Turner said.
"They have earned the plaudits
of the entire community for their
grand contribution to this united
eiiOri.
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Sn tlie ^calm of Society
Miss Mart Now
Mrs. Dickerman
Shirley Ann Mart became Mrs.
Donald Dickerman in 7 p.m. rites
at Temple Beth Sholom Sunday,
Jan. 26. Rabbi Leon Kronish offi-
ciated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Alfred Mart. 1211 100th
s!.. Bay Harbor Islands. The
groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Benjamin DickermaTi, of Chelsa.
Mass.
The bride chose a scoop-necked
rose point chantilly lace gown over
taffeta, with short train, pearl
liara and full-length illusion veil.
She wore a single strand of pearls
and carried white roses over her
confirmation Bible.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Nich-
olas Lefcofrides. Debby Mart, sis-
ter of the bride, was junior maid of
honor. Bridesmaids were Grace
DeCarolis, Pamela Shoelson, Har-
riet Colodny, and Donna Weiner,
cousin of the groom.
Best man for his nephew was
Charles Alpert. Allan Dickerman
acted as junior best man for his
brother. Ushers were Larry
Schick, Leonard Heitin, Paul Bast
and Herbert Sudikoff. Lewis Allen
Mart and Gerry Mart were ring
bearers for their sister.
Newlywed Mrs. Dickerman grad-
uated from Whitefield School and
attended the University of Miami.
Chandler School for Women in Bos-
ton, and will graduate from Char-
ron-Williams Commercial College
in June.
Her husband graduated from
Chelsea High School and attended
the University of Miami and Uni-
versity of Massachusetts.
Cocktails in the Temple garden
and a buffet supper in the Temple
hail followed the ceremony. After
their honeymoon, they will reside
at 7931 NW 36th pi., Miami.
Mexico Wedding
Trip for Gordons
Miss Babette Margo Morris be-
came the bride of Danny Seymour
Gordon in a ceremony officiated by
P.I I K .M.I 11-"II
MM. DONAID DKKlftAN
She Carries Old
Prayer Book
Cynthia Harriet Hechter became
the bride of Ephraim Collins in 8
p.m. ceremonies Jan. 25 at her
home. Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz. of
Zamora Jewish Center, officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Georue Hechter. 700 W.
47th st.. Miami Beach. The groom's
parents arc Mr. and Mis Sol Col-
lins. 5595 SW 80th st
Maid of honor for her sister was
Miss Janice Hechter. Another -is-
ter. Arlene. was junior bridesmaid.
Best man was Robert Blecker
The bri''c chose an ice blue lace
over taffeta bin- ballerina-length
gown and a prunes.- line fingertip
tiara veil.
She carried a 45-year-old prayer
book eiven to her father on the
occasion of his Bar Mitzvah.
Newlywed Mrs. Collins gradua-
ted from Miami Beach High Schojl
and the University ol Miami, where
she was named to "Who's Who in
American Colli ; Univers-
ities" and recipient o( the Rosa In-
terfaith Scholarship
She was editor-in-chief of the
Hillel Herald, president of thi
dent Religious Assn., ami secretary
of Alpha Sifima Epsil m load, rship
honorary.
The groom is a graduate of New
York University and the University
of Miami law school, where he was
treasurer of Tau Epsilon Rho
social fraternity. He is presently
secretary of the Miami Zionist Dis-
trict
A reception followed the cere-
mony at the bride's home. The
""ml- will live in Southwest
Miami.
Heirloom Ring
Used by Bride
In a double ring candlelight cere
monv Sunday at the Konlainebleau
Ihotei Miss Janet Rubin became
the bride of Robert S Weinstein
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. of Temple
Emanu-EI, officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mrs
fcfoUie Rubin, 6770 Indian Creek
(I,. aM,| the late Jack Rubin.
Groom iv the -on of Mrs. Ruth
Weinstein, Fairmont, N C and the
late Lewis Weinstein.
Maul of honor was Arlene
Tarsbii Bridesmaids were Marilyn
Kozlow Hep. Shepnick and Ru-
-on.a 1 emstcin. Dorothy Ann
Goldstein and Adriennc Dehlinger
were junior bridesmaids LoBil
Dee Goldstein was flower girl,
Best man for his nephew was
Al Levy. Ushers were Percj Wein-
stein, Max April and David L.
Kane
The bride is a graduate of Cat
; cadilla Prep School in Ithaca. N Y .
and attended the University of Ala-
bama, where she was affiliated
with Delta Phi Epsilon sorority,
land the University of Miami.
She selected an elegant silk peau
de soie princess line gown, with |
scooped neckline, short sleeves of
point de leon lace and seed pearls.
The full petal skirt with chapel
tram featured an insert of point de
leon lace. Her double tier French
illusion fingertip veil fell from a
matching cap of lace and teed
pearls. She wore elbow li
white kid gloves.
The ring used at the wedding
ceremonj belonged to the bride's
great grandmother.
Mr. Weinstein attended Fairmont
High School and l.eiioir Khym I ',
it Hickory. N ('. He served in
Korea for two year-.
HUS. tOSfIT WfMSTfJSJ
freshman
Miami.
at the University ot
Howamri Barren
Mr and Mrs. Eugene Howanitz.
5851 SW 12th St., announce the en-
gagement of their daughter,
Annette Gail, to Robert William
Ilarron. son of Mrs. Walter Bar
ron. 609 NW 58th ave.
MisS Howanitz attends Southwest
Senioi High School. Mr Barron at-
tended Technical High School.
Miss Bell W<
Roberto
Marine Barbara Befll
ert Sheldon Cooper *'
marriage in a cerea**,!
by Rabbi Irving Lear
Seville hotel Sunday u
The bride is the dan
and sirs. Jack Bell, 2*
dr. The bridegroom Is j
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel
N. Bay rd., Miami
The bride was att.
Eileen Berger. maid ot
Mrs. Joseph Richards,
honor. Best man was I
brother, Melvin. Ushers
tin Garden and Norm 14
The bridal gown w
I entirely of French lace.
1 bodice rose to an illusion
! lace mandarin collar. and2
] point -ti-hand sleeves. X\
t skirt swept into a circular
four-lir veil of scaUooed.
sion was held by a chas)
pill box trimmed with pt
sequins.
The bride carried a _.
orchids and stephanotis oaT
mother of pearl Bible.
The bride is a graduate of
Beach High School and
the University of Miami.
ly, she is a legal secret**
the firm of Cypen. Salmon*
pen.
The bridegroom is a sta
the University of Miami.
The ceremony was foil
reception and dinner. After i|
eyrr.oon trip to Havana, tat I
will reside in Miami Bead!
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Werner-Kah
MBS. DANNY GOIDON
Rabbi Irving Lehrman Sunday
noon. Jan. 26, at the Aleiers hotel.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Lewis Morris. 9881 W.
Bay Harbor dr. The groom is the
s-on of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gor-
don, 321 191st st.
Attendants were Miss Diane Fox,
maid of honor, and Seymour Israel,
best man.
The ballerina-length gown was of
white lace over taffeta. The finger-
tip veil was caught to a crown of
Beocfc roung Adults Hold
E/ecfion of Officers Here
Marvin Gross was elected pres-
| ident of Miami Beach Young Adults
at a recent meeting of the organiza-
tion.
The group is made up of single
young men and women, bel
the ages of 18 through 27. The
club is sponsored by the Beach
, Branch of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center and meets
i Thursday evenings at 9 pm at
1536 Bay rd.
t In addition to Grots, the dub
also elected Jerrv Benin, vice ores
"lent, and Gloria Glasser. secre-
tary-treasurer.
lace and pearls. The bride carried
white orchids on a Bible.
Both the bride and bridegroom
attended the University of Miami
Mr. Gordon is in the auto radiator
business.
A reception and luncheon follow-
ed the ceremony. After a honev
moon trip to Mexico, the couple
will reside at 1820 Alamanda dr
Keystone Point, Miami.
And These Girls
Are Betrothed
A March wedding is planned bj
Mis- Diane Tris l.each of Memphis
and Lawrence David Wmble of
Miami Beach.
she is the daughter ol Mr and
Mrs Hen Leach, Memphis, Tenn.
lie 1- the son oi Mr. and Mrs Aaron
Jacob Wruble, 842 Lenox ave
Miss Leach attended the I niver
I Alabama where she was .1
member ol Sigma Delta Tau and
Hillel.
Mr Wmble is a graduate of the
University of Miami and will re-
ceive his medical degree in March
from the University of Tennessee
school of medicine.
He is a member of Alpha Epsilon
Delta honorary pre-medical fra
ternty, Alpha Omega honorary
medical society and president of
Phi Delta Epsilon, medical fra-
ternity.

Towtr Fox
1 Evelyn Rebecca Towtr Is
engaged to Richard Sheldon Fox.
1 '"> Alton rd.. Miami Beach
Miss Toweivdaughter ol Mr. and
Mrs Henry rower 2928 s\v 22nd
1,1 w Mphomore al the Univer
"' !'""" iamem
b ** Alpha Pi Sorority
The bridegroom elect attended
sr^tnT^L,
sat is ar-^ *
Jh.. will lK. .named ,n the ,um.
G.skill Berm.n
D"v?d7eremaSnn g "fegS! "*
Coral Gables "ague -
I-'ic'sr Gorwiti
Mr and Mrs l .is Hodor, 5110
Orduna dr., Coral Gables, announce
the engagement 0' their daughter,
I.inda. to Roger Gorwitz, ol W au-
sau, Wi-
They pl-in an August we Iding.
Miss Hodor graduated from I
schools in Elizabeth. \.l and at-
tended the University of Miami.
Mr. Gorwiti graduates from the
Universit yoi Wisconsin in June.
He 1- a member of Pi Lambda fra-
ternity.

Drutker-Milqrom
Mr and Mrs Ben Druckcr, 2911
SW 27th ter. announce the engage-
ment of their flan: 11 Maxene.
rk WiUiam Milgrom, son of
Ml and Mr- Herman H. Milgrom.
\E5th cl N Miami Beach,
ill marry on Apr. 13.
Miss Drucker is .1 graduate of
Miami Senior High School. She at-
tended the University ol Florida
and pledged Alpha Epsilon Phi.
Mr Milgrom attended Wayne
State University in Detroit. Mich.,
and (he Universit) of Miami.
I
Wirmi
mis. totttt count
tostm emsttte
Ginsberg Vows]
Exchanged H<
Judith Ann Leviton and.
Jay Ginsberg exchanged
vows before Rabbi Irving I
Sunday. Jan. 26. in II 30 m|
at the Algiers hotel.
The bride, who is the dau
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel LeuMj
Ponce de Leon blvd Coral V
had her sister. Mrs. Walter f
rig, as matron of honor.
She wore a floor length
chantilly lace over satin.
lace bodice, point to-wnst*
and an illusion neckline, a|
lace scallops.
A tiara of pearls and.
held her fingertip veil
Boston. She carried a white
covered with white orchids m
spray of lilies-of the valkr tJ
The bridegroom is tb* ***'
and Mrs. Samuel Gins'**
N. Bay rd.. Miami Beach m
ther. Edward, was beU
Ushers were Harold I'ng*
did Sirrerman, Norman
and Walter Traung. .
The bride la a graduate*'
Senior High. Mr ^insi)ttK^
the University ol Mi** *"
A reception and hrJJ
lowed the ceremony, *"" (
eymoon trip through, Hffl
couple will live at 574 **
Miami.________
m ** f> ^^
Rev. and Mrs. J-fl*,
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob S^fJI'si
Rev. and Mrs Joseph jp
be honored at a Bf*1^
gregntion Suterbo*!
Tuesday at Royal H***"
taurant, prior to *
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Jm-isiinrrMton
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Concert Pianist
Win Wed Miami
HISS lOTTE IAMDAO
list Districts to
ir Rabbi Silver
kheast region of the Zionist
fixation of America has an-
ed that Rabbi Harold Silver
nplo F.manuel, Pittsburgh's
fReform Jewish congregation.
ddress three ZOA functions
ext week.
Lbi Silver represents the sixth
ition of rabbis in his family,
[the son of Dr. Maxwell Sil-
oted banker, scholar and
r and i< the nephew of Dr.
iHillel Silver.
day evening. North Shore
District will hear Rabbi
with an unusual musical
km to follow, according to
finegolrl, president. Assisting
pld will be Dr. Ben Zucker-
Harry Kaplan, Nathan Ad-
Ijack liernstein, Oscar Lel-
and Max Kolker.
imi Zionist District, under
presidency of Sam La vine,
nnounced that a city-wide
|ing is being planned for Mi-
Tuesday evening at the Al-
hotel roof garden, with
Silver featured.
Istini; I.e\ ine and David Lieb-
fprokraMi chairman, will be
le Ditkman, Seymour B.
Ian. Nauore Bakst, Mr. and
Rev. and Mrs. Etekiel Landau,
of New York City, announce the
engagement of their daughter.
Lotte, to Dr. Nathan Glover, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Israel Glover, Port-
land, Me.
The bride-elect studied at the
Klindworth-Scharwenka Conserva-
tory in Berlin. She was a sch61ar-
ship student at the Tobias Matthay
School for Piano in London and at
the New York College of Music,
where she received a teacher's di-
ploma.
Miss Landau also holds a Bache-
lor's degree magna cum laude from
Brooklyn College and a Master's
degree from Columbia University.
She has appeared as a concert
pianist in New York and at the
Brooklyn Academy of Music, where
she performed with the Brooklyn
Philharmonia under the baton of
her brother. Siegfried Landau.
Dr. Glover, noted Miami anes
thesiologist, received the BS degree
from the Massachusetts College of
Pharmacy; MA degree from Bos-
ton University; PhD at the Uni-
versity of Rochester; and the MD
degree from the University of Ver-
mont.
He is an instructor in anesthesia
at the University of Miami medical
school and a fellow of the Amer-
ican College of Anesthesiologists.
His prospective father-in-law is
spiritual leader of Congregation
Beth Israel in New York. His
bride-to-be is the sister of Rabbi Sol
Landau, associate spiritual leader
of Park Svnagogue in Cleveland,
O and a direct descendant of the
famous chief rabbi of Prague in
the 18th century, the "Nodah Bi-
yehudaji," Rabbi Ezekiel Landau.
ARTHUR GODtW ROAD
tMAL RENTAL SERVICE
ft & Boy's Ivxiioit I White
Ur Jackets. Special Rotes fer
}fi. 540A 41st St. M.B.
Mrs. Lou Shapiro. Ephraim Collins.
Moses Meyer and Sam Traurig.
Herbert Heiken, chairman of the
weekly Miami Beach Zionist Dis-
trict Luncheon Club, will introduce
Rabbi Silver as guest speaker at
the next luncheon club meeting
Wednesday noon at the Ritz Plaza
hotel. Also appearing on the pro-
gram will be Dr. Abraham Wolf-
son, weekly news editor, and Jacob
Fishman, who will lead community
singing.
Assisting Heiken and president
Dr. David Andron are Lawrence
Bau, Joseph Alter, Ben Appel, Abe
Rubin and Evalinc l.ipchinsky.
Artmore
MISS ANN lUSK.N
Ruskin, Baumann
Betrothal Told
Dr. and Mrs. Oscar S. Ruskin, of
1404 71 st .. announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Ann Gail,
to Carl Mitchell Baumann, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Baumann, 703
86th st
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Miami Beach High School and will
receive her AB degree in commer-
cial art from the University of Mi-
ami in June.
Mr. Baumann is a graduate of
Miami Beach High School, attended
the University of Florida, where
he was a member of Tau Epsilon
Pi social fraternity, and will re-
ceive his degree in dentistry from
the University of Maryland in
June. He is a member of Alpha
Omega dental fraternity.
The couple are planning to be
married in July.
X
ettcrs to
the C^ditor
Editor, The Jewish Fleridian:
USTEH TO THI
tALMUD.C SEMINAR
OF THE AIR
RABBI PHtCHAS M. TITO
of Elizabeth, NJ.
Over Radio Station
A.'E 1140 On Your Dial
|fVERY FRIDAY MORNING
10:30 A.M.
Beach Group
OK's Amendment
Washington Avenue Assn. this
week went on record favoring the
Metro Amendment in the special
Feb. 11 ballot here.
Ray Redman, association execu-
tive director, said the board of
governors of the organization re-
solved that "the interpretation of
the charter as now written is ad-
verse to the best interests of Mi-
ami Beach and is contrary to the
intent of many of the drafters of
the charter."
Rodeo Slated
At Homestead
Ninth annual RCA Championship
Approved Homestead Rodeo will
highlight a weekend ot entertain-
ment in Homestead, Saturday and
Sunday.
The mammoth parade viewed
last year by over 15.000 will start
at 2:30 p.m., Saturday. Cowboys,
cowgirls, Indians, Everelades Pos-
se, and high school bands will strut
down Krome ave. in Homestead
with over 500 participants. The
reviewing stand will be crowded
with outstanding Dade county dig-
nitaries and political leaders.
First performance of the ro-
deo, which played to ovor 15,000
last year, will be hald Saturday
night at I p.m. The second show
is Sunday afternoon, at 2 p.m.
This has been acclaimed as one
of the outstanding rodeos in Amer-
ica, with five major contests, in-
cluding bareback and saddle bron-
cobusting, calf roping, bulldogging
and bareback bull riding.
The famous Everglades Posse
will perlorm at each show and the
Homestead Rodeo Assn. has
brought in some of the outstand-
ing Western exhibitions from all
over the country.
Since I am one of the vox populi
ind not a columnist, I know that
a reply to Leo Mindlin's column
must be made as brief as possible.
I have made and paid my 1958
contribution to Federation, and it
was a substantial increase over last
vear. I am not affiliated with the
Hebrew Academy but have contrib-
uted to this year's annual dinner.
I therefore speak freely and im-
partially.
Rabbis have told us "Talmud
Torah Kcneged Kolon"the study
of Torah is above all else. We
must learn to distinguish between
philanthrophv which is aimed to
save Jewish lives, and Jewish edu-
cation, which will save Judaism.
You cannot bracket the Hebrew
Academy with any other organiza-
tions that you have listed, even
synagogues.
It is to the graduates of the
Academy and similar institutions
throughout the entire country, that
we must look for the sources from
which will come the cultured, edu-
cated Jew who will understand the
entire gamut of Judaism.
This community can wall af-
ford to have two or thro* Hebrew
Academies or Yeshivet. Tho
Zionist movement and tho Con-
servative movement now actively
advocate tho expansion of Jewish
in day schools. Synagogue after-
noon schools, with a maximum
six-hour attendance, can never
impart more than a rudimentary
knowledge of that which a good
Jew should be possessed.
Of the six-hour week, one is cred-
ited for synagogue attendance and
part is spent in arts and crafts and
music, and the average pupil goes
only five years. It is obvious that
the Academy being more intense,
will train better Jews. Yeshiva
graduates may not be the future
Jewish communal leaders (unless
they have substantial money) but
at least they will be interested in
the development and enrichment of
Jewish culture without which Ju-
daism cannot survive.
Federation runs its campaign
during January. February and
March because it is the height of
the season, and it is the period dur-
ing which we have the greatest
number of Jewish residents pres-
ent. The time must come when the
measure of an individual's position
in the Jewish community should
depend upon his culture and educa-
tion and the positive contributions
he can make to the Jewish com-
munity, rather than solely on phil-
anthropic contributions and busi-
ness acumen. (I do not under'
estimate the importance of the lav
ter.)
Leisure programs, hospitals,
play centers are all important but
by no stretch of the imagination
should they be put on a parity withn
Jewish education.
The Hebrew Academy anmsai
dinner does not conflict with Fed*
eration. Nor should any cam*
pai'in for an other educational in-
stitution, such as the Hebrew Uni-
versity, be placed at a disadvan-
tage by being relegated to the duil
periods of the year.
I know that there are many of
our community leaders who share
my opinions. I appreciate the
necessity for having a disciplined
community, but no rule can be so
inflexible, and all rules must ho
subject to Jewish law and tradition
when they apply to Jewish activ-
ities.
SEYMOUR B. LIEBMAN
Miami.
Congress Confab
Chairman Picked
Sidney Hollander, nationally
noted Jewish leader of Baltii
Md., has been appointed chairs
of the American Jewish Conge
1958 national biennial convention
committee. Rabbi Yaakov G. Ros-
enberg, chairman of the Sooth
Florida Council, revealed this
week.
The convention will be held at
the Deauville hotel here May 14
to 18.
More than 1,000 delegates from
AJCongress divisions and chapters
. around the country are expected to
attend the convention. High oa
the agenda of topics to be discussed
'will be the progress of civil rights
leeishtion, U. S. policy in the
Middle East, school integration,
sectarian religious intrusions upon
the public schools, the present-day
status of Jewish culture and educa-
tion, and other national and inter-
national issues.
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and SOLARIUM
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68th and Collins
The finest Health Club on the-
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OPERATED BY SAM CERMANO
Formerly Physical Director
US Air Cadets
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\tuarics
SOL FREY
1, of 1120 Pennsylvania a"-. died
Jan. 24. A i.-i.unt here els: yem he
was formerly the owner of a habei -
daaherj i" freehold, ff^'S??
are h..- wife. Nellie; a daughter. Mis.
tie Krasii; and :',B""- '-''*;, ''^
vices were Jan. 27 at Rlversiile-l-eaeh
Memorial i"hail. with lui lal In
Nei.u Cemetery-
MRS. MARY ROTHSTEIN
71 of 4l> Hlnetree dr.. died Jan -I
A resident here four years, she la sur-
vived bv a daughter. Mrs. Helen
Rlvolre:' a son, Kilsar Bui ton: and
three brothers. in.lndins CsTerles
Greenwald, .Miami. Seivi.es and burial
were In N< York, with RiverMde-
Beaeh Memorial Chapel in ihaige of
local arrangements.
MRS. TIL LeNOBLE
48. of I01J Rue Urauvule. SurmaiMly
7sle, died Jan IS. A resident here
nine years, she If survived by her
husband, Joseph; a sun. i*hlllp. a
daughter, Mis Elaine Hotnuk. her
mother. Mrs. Mary I.azarua: two lir.i-
thers. twd sisters, and a granddaugh-
ter. Vt-evlces were Jan. 26 at River-
side-Beach Memorial Chai-el, with
burial in Ml. Xebo Cemetery.
JULIUS LIEDER
71. of 1610 XW 18th St.. died Jan. 2:'..
A retired cleaner and dyer, he eras .
resident here i" years. He leaves Mt
wife. Bertha: I son. Clarence: and a
daughter. Lillian Kantei. Services and
burial were in Chicajio. with Uoruon
Funeral Home in charge of arrange*
jneiits locally.
JACK M RABKIN
5!. of 1160 103rd St.. died Jan IS. A
i.tiled nwner of a .Iress shop, he '"
a resident here six years. Surviving
are his wife. Ann: four brothers, In-
rludtiuj Isaac, Miami Beaehi and t*ro
sisters, Bervicoa and burial were In
Cincinnati, with RIversMe-Beach Me-
morial Cha|iel In chanse of local BT-
l.ilmelllenls.
MRS. ROSE ROTHMAN
6">. of 1012 16th st., died Jan I \
resident here 14 .Mar-, she i- survived
bv her husband. Paul: two -on-. Mil-
ton and Joseph: two dauahters, M
Blanche Bark., and Mrs. F. lith Fe< It-
nei: eitrht grandchildren, one
grandchild and three slaters, terrte i
were Jan. 26 at Riverside-Beach M-
morlal Chapel, with burial In Mt Nebo
Cemetery.
SAMUEL ARONSON
82. of tlJfl t'ollins nve., died Jan 2" A
retired textile salesman, he was ..
resident here seven years. He !..,..
hi.- wife. Jennie. Bervicei I li
2 .ii Riverside-Beach Memorial Cha-
pel, with burial in Star ':' l>a\id r--in-
etery.
SOPHIE BELLE
jt r tit iw -,""" '' W!;
,!,.. for flVI
lanta. Oa., she is ,i,rviy.l b> hei ton
Pr. Martin Belle; fou
Helen Sidn.a.'. Mrs. Elaine H
Mrs. lb ttj Roth and M '
Thompson. Services and I rl eri
hv Wewraen-Oerdon Funeral Home.
HERBERT SCHULL
-7 of IttM Nth -t ed Jan
He was a resident here Ihre.
vears. comlni fr m Me" Tors
ind wa, ovne. of e r^mlnjro re-r
auraiu. Sir John hotel and th--
Butct..... Rhnn n WasHneton v H
is survived hv >d< wife, Amr_ '>
sons, Theodce Lawrence and Robert
Frederick: and -i dauthter. Jo- Mien
He also leaves '!- naren-s M;
Mrs, Max Srhull: and a bio'h,
rene Arnold Service- were Jen
Hcl'man F-n.ral Home, with burl*'
In Mt. Sinai Cemetery
REBECCA LAZAR
9, of *Sfi M.-iidian :'\e died Jan
A winter vTal'or fron Mr1
Minn., she Is survived h> her husband.
ih.vi.1, sons Helmer en I and
daiurhte'. Mrs Yetia Rlk.- -
and burial were In Minneapolis wli
Newman-Gorden Funeral Home in
charge of local arraiurementa
LOUIS L. R. COHEN
78. of 4t SW llt'i si died ian,
retired metal dealer, he
dent here l". years. He was member
of Temple Beth El surviving an hl
wife, Anna: two *nn. Joe K t'.-hen
and Maurice It Marc ana lni
rrandchlldren. Services wer Jan -'
at fJordon Puneral Home, with burial
In Mt. Nebo Ceraett r>
MR. AND MRS
DAVID K. BRICKMAN
of Albany, N T died Jan It In jn
accidenl on the Plonlda Turnpik, Ml
Brtckman, ''. an hli wife, felt
were honeyniooneri enroutc in V
He was .i wboleaalc veaetable distrib-
utor in Albany and a frequent visit.
here. Snrvlvl'ie Mr- Brlekmsl n
two sons, a daughter, foul brot
Im ludlnc Jos.ph Gould, Miami a
trandrhild and her father Mr Brick-
man Is survived by three sons, .>
daughter, a brother. Joseph ind I
sisters, Mr* Rose Berkowftt M--
Sophie Goldberg and Mrs HteHa OMt-
sky, ail of Miami, at rrand-
chlldren. Bervicei were m Albanv,
with Hellman Puneral Home in charge
,,f io, a] arrancen i
MRS. ROSE ROSENBLOOM
" of ISle Madrid st.. died Jan 13
l--ii meriy of Lomhard, HI., she
vixed by her husband, Abraham;
.laughter. Mrs. Miriam Cherkafl; an-l a
on, Dr. Ainold l'.os, nbloom. .-. ,, -
wen I.n. U nt Riverside-Beaoh ..!.-
luorial **ha|>el.
JACK A"'AM n ., I
,-. f v.: Median sm died .I a" -'
Amoving Picture sal. -.
meats. _____
HARRY TISCHLER ^
no."'
.::;.;-aml-..^
"Taipei -
Cesneter] ^_____
ABRAHAM ALSX PORWICH
;tt .le -leisiin V< I '" !l
Wtnlc! '.;>>' k '-"
ii-; H"and .h^Pade ,,.. ^
v..i Rorviviaa are bis wife. *:.
ihr-e seas, Milton Howa I and Her
,rd two da.IK hter- Mrs '-""'*
rson and Mr- Pear Kaartw aa.1
a brother. Mo. ton ''",' V, ",!. with
It at llellman Ftl'ieral Home lt.i
,i In SuTof Davltl Cemeterj
JEROME KASSEWITZ
To, of 4^l CoBlns sv.
The retired executive of ah
hardware companj In Brookijn. nj
,.,- ., wmtei v......r hen f* th.
M veai> Bnrvlvhsi < '
fte, .ad son. Seymouiv Bet
nd burial were la Bjopklyn wHh
Riverside-Beach Met "'
charge of rraBgements local I
MAURICE LYONS
M of 14K. lth st .lied Jan 21 He
wai a Bhrlner. Surviving are hi- wife,
mi' site; two brothen Job; I
David it "ii ''""
i..-i i Bervlei >#n Jan IS st Hell-
man Pi.....ral Horn., with b.nial IB
eterj
PETER GLAZER
62. of IM1 Itragna ave died Jan II A
., m sb oi iv. r. lie ,,- i res tl< nl h.
n years Survivors Include his wife,
1 V'dHe. two soni I nd
and daughter, Mrs Herman lli'-h
.i brothi r. Ih......ten
grand. hiMren s, rvlcet wen i"i
at cordon Puaerol Home, nii burial
In St.,r of l'a\Id '' ii '
WILLIAM DITTMAN
69. of Hit SW '.'"th -i died I ,n
A resident here r years, he leaves his
wife. Dorothy, Sen res wer. l->n
a. Riverside-Beach Memorial Chapel,
uith burial in Mi. Xebo Cemeter)
ALEXANDER LAX
6!.. of .:_:.! stv mi, -.. dlt i Jaa
i esldenl hei five) 3 eai
lired truck di i\ ,1 Me leavei hit
Pauline; and a sistei b'ervices a*en
In New York, uith Riverside-Beach
Memorial Chapel n chargi
menta locall> .
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HARRY W. BEYER F. D.
MRS. ROSA RONENFELO
77. of I NIE Hat .-I died .1.111
r-- dent here nine leaves
her d-nh.er. Mr* Harry HVKhiTiHn.
iei- .mil iir i bn
vices and burial ri !' Mea x"orl
MAX WASSERMAN
7H. of 587 SW Mb l died .l.in I
r.-i ied tailor, h> araa i member ol
. Heth ki and ih,- i; i .ii Km*
full He araa res lenl re l"
v ir- i *\ ..- inid'ide his \ if' Jen.
>ei vies were Jan B .>t flordon
I Home, with burial in Mt
,\. I". I em, li'l'l
BENJAMIN WEISS
U, ,.f sis SOU) st died i n .'" A win-
ter vudtor here foi Ifi yean hi leave*
e. Baaaie Bei t Ii ei d i burla'
wen in Coatavlne, Pa.. ith I
ilile-Reaeh Memorial l'h',lel in charg4
Brians, menti
LOUIS MILLER
1451 Washington ..% died Ian
ii. nresidenl nf the t
Miller t'onvtrut'tion Co., which hullt
Reach auditorium and th. V
tor hotel. He was n fa indei ind char-
ter membej of Beth Ii igneue
iiml n member ol I hi Zionist t in i
'Ion of America He came hi
e,r- ago from Akron, n Hurvlvrns
are a aon Harry; two daughters Mrs
Bettj a/oorfe and Mrs Freds l^eslle,
16 arandchlldrea and seven great-
sranili hildr.n. Services were .1 n ..
at Newman-Oordon Puneral Home
with burial In WoodUwn Meroerlal
Park,
SAM LAMPERT
6. of S01 Kvpanoln way, ill.d Jan ||
Th.- ownei of a retail fruit itore he
was i resident her< II yean H.
leaves a son, Hymaa Bervicei wi
in New Tort, with Rival
Memnri .1 Chapel in i hargi of Im ,i
arrangements.
MRS. EVELYN BEBER
';". of I'll i" Broadt lea dt died i m
I'" A winter visitor from Detroit foi
' rears, she is survived b) her hua-
band, Brwln; .1 daughter, i
Frohman; two slsten an 1 a 1.ether
Bervicei were at Riverside-Bead \|.
' ,' '"Ii'tl-el. with burial in '
land Memorial l-ark
mew
vrmm isohS
Aged Home Names
Assistant Director
The appointment of Arthur
Kalish as assistant director of the
Jewish Home for the Aged of
Greater Miami has been announced
by Maurice Pearlstcin, executive
director of the Home.
Kalish is a native of New Jer-
senior citizens, has been the
Homes social wurker for the past
three years.
He was graduated from the Uni-
versity of Miami in 1950 and then
attended the graduate school of
Soial Welfare of Florida State Uni-
vtr-ity for two years, where he
earned the degree of Ma.slcr of
Soial Work.
His first position wa* with Hit
Jewish Family Service of Miami,
becoming the first trained social
worker in Dad* county to special-
ize in work with the aged.
Kalish is a native om New Jer-
sey, who came to Miami nine years
ago. He is 33 years old. married
and the father of two children. He
served in the Air Force during
World War H
The Home, which is a benefic-
iary agency of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and the United
Fund of Dade County, is currently
seeking a trained social worker to
A\jGUST BROS o v7
Is the dt.SJ '
AM I Hit KAUSU
ed.
.mon his other admin
duties, Kal.sh w II uper.J
social service department tj
Home.
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d.-nt here 11 years, she Ii irvlved l.\
iier husband. Jacob two da ifl i. -
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I'anre three brothi and i,, -|..
Hervices were Jan II at River-
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^Jenl&wi fwcfiownin
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to Jewish families
who plan for Isj
the inevitable future

The selection and acquisition of a Family Plot is a vital
phase of Life's planning. An early selection leads to
peace of mind delay might result in facing the ordeal
of a hasty decision at a time of emotional stress.
^
NEWEST AMD MOST KAUTFUt
MEMORIAL PARK IN AIL THE SOUTH
Lakeside Memorial Park, at N.W. 25th Street and 102nd
Avenue, n en inspiringly different burial place that bespeaks
dignity, beauty and peace..Its sweeping, unbroken vistas of
lovely landscaped lawns and gardens are graced by arbours
of quiet-meditation.
NO PARKING PROBLEMS HERE
There can never be crowding, confusion, or parking problems
at Lakeside Memorial Park. The main entrance is a 60-foot
wide parkway. There is a network of 30-foot-wide roads, fully
paved and curbed, for convenient parking in any section. Each
plot is reached by a private walk so there can be no stepping
ob or over graves.
MONUMENT AND LAWN-TYPE SECTIONS
Family monuments are permitted in the Monument Section.
In the Lawn-type Memorial Garden Section, graves are marked
with flat plaques of a type first used in Palestine many years
age. These handsome markers are made of Bronze or Granite
and are in full accordance with all Jewish precepts.
A beautiful example of modern architecture is Lakeside Mem-
orial House, designed and furnished to provide gracious comfort
for visitors.
FREE CARE FOREVER
The everlasting beauty of Lakeside Memorial Park (and each
individual plot) is protected by a Perpetual Care Fund, held
in trust by the Miami Beach First National Bank. Yet a
Family Plotincluding Free Care of your property FOREVER
costs no more than a plot in one of the old-time cemeteries.
A PAYMENT PLAN TO FIT YOUR NEEDS
Prices of individual and Family Plots are amazingly lowand
you can virtually select your own terms. Only a small down
payment is required. Early selection of choice locations is
sincerely recommended. i
iT CAN MEAN SO MUCH TO YOU AND YOUR FAMILY
A visit to Lakeside Memorial Park is a spiritual experience"
you will long rememberan inspiration both seen and felt.
Drive out today, telephone JEffereon 1-5369, or mail the
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... OS Othello
'Othello' on Boards
At Barry College;
Mindlin Will Speak
Tony van Bridge will star in the
leading role of -Othello.'" b> Wil-
liam Shakespeare, when the Ca-
nadian Players appear at Barry
College auditorium. 11300 NE 2nd
ave.. Saturday evening. Feb. 8, at
8:15 p.m.
Taking the role of Desdemona
e Dawn Greei haUb.J)jrector
l- Douglas Campb.'ll.
The production by the Canadian
Players is under the aegis of Sis-
ter Marie Carol, head of Barry Col-
lege's speech and drama depart
ment.
Funds derived from the per-
formance wiM be used to aug-
ment Barry's current building
campaign for tre enlargement
of the college's library and the
addition of a student center.
A seminar on 'Shakespeare's
Othello and the Elizabethan View
of Ambition" is scheduled as part
of the Shakespeare Festival bene-
fit.
Leo Mindlin. executive editor of
The Jewish Floridian. will partici-
pate in the seminar Thursday. Feb.
16. at 4 p.m. He is a former mom-
; ber of the English department at
the University of Miami.
The Canadian Players was found-
ed in 1954. With home base at
Stratford. Ontario, the organization
I has numbered among its distln-
' guished performers noted film
, stars Alec Guinness and James
Mason,
MSN BARI
Distinguished pianist Claudio
Arrau will be heard in Com-
munity Concert Assn. concert
Wednesday evening at Mi-
ami Beach Auditorium. Fea-
tured are works by Beethov-
en, Schubert and Liszt. This
is repeal peformance oi con-
cert Arrau has scheduled Fri-
day evening at Carnegie Hall
in New York City.
Theater Party at North
Shore Center Wednesday
Theater party will be held Wed-
nesday evening by United Syna-
gogue Youth of North Shore Jew
ish Center.
"Three Coins in a Fountain,"
starring Frank Sinatra, is the film
to be shown at the party, which
will be held at the Center social
hall.
Chairman of the affair is Miss
Ruth Weinstein, 7720 Byron ave.,
Miami Beach.
T Branch Offers
Odets Play Feb. 1
Southwest YM1IA Branch Little
Theatre will enter the Miami
drama scene for the first time this,
weekend, beginning Saturday, with
its production of Clifford Odets"
"The Flowering Peach.*'
Directed by Jack J. Shaw, with
l settings and scenery designed by
Andrew (ireenhut. "The Flowering
Peach" includes an unusually
strong cast, with Shaw as Noah:
Wynn Lapin as Esther; Eugene
Zwick U Japheth; Shirley Selig"
;man as Rachel; Robert J. Ramer
as Shem: Lcona Goodman as Leah;
Sy Siegel as Ham; Janice Sold
mger as Goldie; and Irving Lax as
tax collector.
Melville Greenhcrg and Donald
Soldinger round out the cast, Co-
business managers are Yale Lcavy
and Melville Greenberg.
The curtain will go up on "The
Flowering Peach" at 8:30 p.m. at
West Miami Junior High School,
Coral Way and 75th ave.
Lynn Bari to Star in
Of Backstage
Providing a change of pace, from
thrilling drama to sparkling com-
edy, the Coconut Grove Playhouse
will follow "Inherit the Wind" with
Simon and Laura," a laugh hit
starring Lynn Bari, Murray Mathe-
son and'Or-Jon Bean, opening Mon-
day
A George Enc'e presentation,
written by Alan Melville and pro-
duced bv Ron Rawson, "Simon and
Laura" spoofs the frenetic world of
television, lampooning husband and
wife TV couples, child actors, blue-
nosed TV censorship, network offi-
cials and other video foibles.
Miss Bari and Matheson, as
Laura and Simon Foster, a tneat-
rical couple who have seen bet-
ter days, soar to national prom-
inence when thoir agon* lands
them a Mr. and Mrs. TV show.
: They temporarily mend their tur-
| bulent marriage, which was about
to terminate when they signed
for the show, but portraying a
loving couple each night taxes
their acting prowess to the ut-
most. When their marital caul-
dron finally bubbles over, it is
1 before millions of tele-viewers.
Hilarious View
World of Teh
nightmares.
, A a stuffy, but vet?
! young network official, On*.
once again demonstrates thai
genius that won the crit9
for his performance oppojkj
Mansfield in the Broadwayi
tion of "Will Success
Hunter?"
HI 118 Bari "returTislfl _
Playhouse for the first tinA
her appearance here in Ij.l
son's comedy success, '-k
sary Walta." Under contn,
20th Century Fox. *he mm,,
memorable films with sudj j
as Henry Fonda. Tyrone
Rock Hudson and others. SL
red in two television sena
tective's Wife" and "Bom L
and next year, she will be *
a filmed series called -j
which she co-authored.
"Simon and Laura" wiUI
sented at the Pla> house
weeks, giving its final peria
Saturday. Feb. 15. Matinee,}
on Wednesdays and Saturi
2:30 p.m., with evening
ances nightly, except Sum
8:30 p.m.
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Record Crowd
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A record crowd of 5.518 attend
ed the fourth pair of the University
Of Miami Symphony concerts with
Fabien Sevitzky as guest conductor
and Jan Peerce. tenor.
The actual count of the attend-
ance is 3.244 at the Miami Beach
auditorium and 2.274 at Dade coun-
ty, one of the largest attendant, s
for a pair of concerts in the history
of the orchestra.
Sevitzky left immediately after
the Monday night concert for Phil-
adelphia for an important meeting.
New York was his next stop, and
by Wednesday morning, Jan. 22, he
left for London, to begin a tour of
three months of Europe.
The advance sale for the fifth
pair of concerts, with Yehudi Men-
uhin and Leonard Rose as soloists,
is extremely good. Another record
crowd is expected.
Amadeus String Quartet will be hoard in fourth concetl
Friends oi Chamber Music of Miami series Monday ever
at Shenandoah Junior High School Auditorium. Featundi
Quartet in G minor, Haydn; Quartet No. 23 in F mc.or, P
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at Miami Beach High School.
Sponsor of the affair is the Zion-
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Ben Bonus directs and star* In-
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Ly January 31. 1
Wayne Marcuse
Bar Mitzvah
Wayne A. Marcuse will become
Bar Mitzvah Saturday, Feb. 1, at
Tifereth Israel Congregation. He
is the son of Mrs. Juliet A. Mar-
< use, a.iM NW 35th ct.. and Mau-
rice F. Marcuse. Rabbi Abraham
Hcrson will officiate.
Maternal grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Aurbach. of Long Is-
land. N.Y., and Wayne's aunt. Mrs.
Harry Goldberg, also of New York,
will be present.
Wayne is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Madison Junior High, aad
Ka attended Tifi-rgih 'gyp' relig-
ious school for four years. He plays
trumpet in his schrol band, and is
captain of the Northwest Boys'
Club Little League baseball team.
KOBtP-1 S.-HATZKAN
Mitzvah Will
iFeted Here
trl AIjn ^on of Mr. and Mrs.
fchatzman, 1375 SW 18tli
Bar Mitzvah on Satur-
ns. Feb. 1, at Beth Da-
>nao j le.
bi Yaakov Rosenberg and
William Lipson will offici-
al! i- ;i s'udent at Shenan-
Funior Hth School.
ISchatzmans will be hosts at
|ush following the Bar Mitz-
ncis. and will honor their
\a reception at home Sunday
Km Ircin 3 to 6 p.m.
Ronald, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Lse Ratner, will become Bar
Mitzvah at Saturday morning
services of Temple Emanu-El.
Dr. Irving Lehrman will offi-
ciate. Ronald, eighth grade
student at Nautilus School, is
an avid water sport enthus-
iast. He attends Temple
Emanu-El religious school.
Feb. 12 Scheduled
Z-Day on Beach
Miami Beach has proclaimed
Feb. 12 as Z-Day.
Mayor Kenneth Oka, former
chairman of the board of the Mi-
ami Beach Zionist District, issued
the order this week as member*
cf the district stepped up their
campaign to enroll 2,000 members
for 1958.
Dr. David S. AnaVen, prosi-
dant. Mid community-wide
rally for Israel at the Shattborno
hotel Feb. It will elimaa the
drive. Saul Gonot and Gerald
Bureau Prepares
For Music Month
In celebration of Jewish Music
Month, which will be observed Feb.
1 through Mar. 1, the Bureau of
Jewish Education Wednesday made
available resources of its library of
music book*, recordings, and pro-
gram bulletins to all Jewish organ-
izations in the community, accord-
ing to an announcement by Sol
Goldman, president of the Bureau.
A notice to all organizations
points out the objectives of Jewish
Music Month: to focus attention on
Jewish music and composers, and
to stimulate programs of Jewish
music in Jewish organizations
throughout the country.
The Bureau offers its annual ser-
vice of program consultation and
resource materials to all local Jew-
ish organizations.
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Inter-American
Bar Will Convene
Here in April, "59
The Inter-American Bar will hold
its 11th conference in Greater Mi-
ami in April. 1959. according to
Dr. David S. Stern, director of the
University of Miami Inter-Ameri-
can legal studies program, who just
returned from a 10.000 mile good
will-lecture trip to seven South
American countries.
The invitation was extended by
I Dr. Stern on behalf of the Florida
Bar. the Dade County Bar Assn.
and the University of Miami dur-
11- -tho-mii musIiM ar itn frilfn
American Bar in Buenos Aires. Af*
r.entina, Nov. 14 to 24.
i
tngregations
I Lakeside Park
norial Park at NW
' and W'n 1 ave., Miami has
|loctcd as Ihe official ceme-
rcfationa,ef Tem- tchwaati uaawlwiaMB ei-Hu
North Miami and membership commirtoa.
Genet named Joseph Alter. Dan-
ion was made by Rabbi, ie| Broad. AlOssip. Jack Ftshman.
. of Temple Sinai I Raymond Rubin, Louis Shapiro
Haver Abramowitz. oriand Benjamin Appel marshals for
( cnier. Wednesday. | Z-Day.
Beth Sholom of Miami The district also moved ahead
first congregation with plans to support the Mar. 30
Lakeside Memorial Park American Zionist Fund dinner at
al cemetery many the Deauville hotel under the
Ii was chosen by chairmanship of S. E. Schwartz.
I Kronish and approved
board of directors.
Doubln
from $1|
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Cantor Bornstein to lecture
la Jewish Chautauqua Series
Cantor Jacob Bornstein of Tem-
ple Israel will represent the Jewish
Chautauqua Society as lecturer at
the University of Miami Feb. 9
through 12.
He will participate in the Re-
Ugioua Emphasis Week program to
be held at the university.
The National Federation of Tem-
ple Brotherhoods sponsors the
Jewish Chautauqua Society, an or-
ganization disseminating informa-
tion concerning Judaism, as part
of an educational program.
Balkin Lodge to Sponsor
Book Drive in February
Gilbert J. Balkin Lodse of B'nai
B'rith will sponsor a book collec-
tion c'rive during the month of Feb-
ruary.
The book* will be distributed on
a non sectarian basis to homes of
the aged throughout the Greater
Miami area.
In charge of information for the
project is Dr. W. H. Wilson. 6884
Coral Way. Miami.
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Hamad r'urircg tha eonfaronca (
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plan th# Miami moating wara Dr.
Starn, chairman; William P. Sim- *
mens, president of tht Dad*
County Bar Assn.; and Baya Har-
rison, president of tha Florida
Bar.
Between 1.000 and 1.500 mem
bers are expected to attend the
1959 meeting of the Inter Amerj
ican Bar, which is composed
members of all bar associate
Latin America and the Cnl
States. Dr Stern said. The Unifj
sity of Miami will be the boil
stitution.
Dr. Stern lectured in universiti
of Venezuela. Argentina. Ecuadi
and Chile during his trip While at
the University of Cuyo in MendozaY,
Argentina, he completed arrange-
ments for an exchange professor
from Argentina to lecture in liter-
ature at the University of Miami
during the coming spring semester.
Jeffrey Alan Roeenstein will
become Bar Mitzvah Satur- _;_.. i_, re#mii>e
day morning. Feb. 1. at Beth '.Pr,2eS f0r f-os1umes
El Congregation. He is son *'M>' Suppressed Desire" is the
of Mrs. Ada Rosenstein. Rab- unique manner in which Roosevelt
bi Shmaryahu Swirsky will Temple 33. Pythian Sisters, cele-
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the Greater Miami Jewish Commu-1 wcre gjven for ,hc most original
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25 Years After Rise
Of Hitler-What Now?
By NEHEMIAH ROBINSON
Director
World Jewish Conjress
Institute of Jewish Affairs
On Jan. 30. 193325 j
Saturday the Xazi.> came to
pewec in Germany, initiating a
regime that within a =nort p.-
was to cast the world into tur-
moil, causing misery and ma -
destoKjuuj ID lerms of. both.,
liie and property. Echoe* of the
fanaticism of Hitler and his fol-
lower, are heard thnmf
world today ar.d. unles- IBM
son of that hate-ndden era i>
learned, mankind may
im to another laiterdav Hit-
ler.
Hitlerism u. -arice an
appeal to a vanquisher
ed people to awaken and
demonstrate the "master race
theory- The> responded tor
Nszi-Nir. a weapon asainst or-
ganized labor: the
hope of revenge: the m:
particular: and
bo hope in the dem-
ocratic rj -> n -"'zm! on the
iter race" myth that H
and his lieutenants expounded
at every po>ibie opp.r
Substituting myth for reality,
hysteria for statesmanship,
the diabolic Naii propaganda
preached amorality, bestiality,
sadism, supreme hatred, and
total war. Traitors were delib-
erately created; brother pitted
against brother. Thoroughly in-
doctrinated, the population
with miner exceptions went
on to do Hitter's bidding, mas-
sacring millions of Jews and
carrying on the blood bath of
World War II that not only in-
volved the entire globs, but
brought Germany to ruin.
It voaU be folly to believe Vint
the Allied victory resulted in the
. Nation I*- per-
nicious poison, so
jected into the nation
still drnileU i ..-. the On
-m
The political position ot Cer-
since the end of ttte ar
lint* differ- rediea
if we* after Versailles.
There exists no Germany a* such
but two Gerrr.ame-. diflerenl -
''leir social and political -r
lure and their or.
Federal Republic is econorr.:
la and prosperous and has a
government, and there .
no likelihood that
in the near future. *ih be-
come a dominant military pow-
er Thus the basic ele:-
whicfl produced and sparktd Naz-
ism after 1918 are missing.
However, the Nazi ideology
lingers on and finds expressaoo
in almost e\ | of Ger-
man life There are
niialaaar -' *
major neo-Nazi and ul
.th groups, all strongly
National Socialist look
..shing houses and pubuca-
xh follow
.;. ar another the Naz.
The organiiations are splin-
ter groups lacking unified ap-
proach and. most important,
unified leadership. For obvi-
ous reasons they cannot preach
too radical views as regards
other peoples' or even their
own supremacy. So. for the
irne beinq, they rt frequent-
ly regarded as relics of the
past rattier than portents of the
future.
more immediate concer- -
the whr> ^rid renai
tioti i uch ar,:
man in Ue
cr Naaw jaaj
important rote in the adrr
,nd the econom> Such
Mf Nazi mainstays as the
8 Vaffca aal la -peak of ul-
tra-nationalist veterans groups
again hatd meetings, sn* old
Nazi *>n.- repress faithfulness
to their former Nazi can wind
*-el cone released "ar crtra-
- and demand recoajBtfiaa of
-erriees' to the Father
Former Nazi bigwiga are
granted hic'J pensaons as etfieiab
oets Pnnee vt
Scaaiimfrerg-Lipp* ee*
book praised Hitler aad Goee-
keb aa .-.amed a Baadestae;
canrLdite b> the Heiaaatv ertr.e
ben- Mac a
- .-
Isolated from the e+rirude of
the general population ntest
factors may not be so alarm-
ing. The real problem lies
deeper: He*; Baa German peo-
ple really deology. has if recognued the
stup-dify ni criminality e'
Nazism $ basic tenets'
jry of r.- -
Id aat be pu
-
I
'if a real
revulsion gaiaat Sai
St*iweuer of the Buno
OB the b*
that or
erer? :eral Re:
:er>u still believes wtaal
-
ad 30 per cer.t of all
polled were clearly ar/
although they had not seen
for years Nazi 1 ja of a
rid conspiracy of the .'
Levitt honorary na- a panel diacussio-. n. -ou i,wpo.
1T?ounde,S of Al- .&&.<**&&" a medicel *hooh3
-oiirof M=d:c-.ne: D. M^rcns ton Feb. 16 at Foratan-fclaxru hotel. Lee^
Albert Emstein; map reception plan, na* week al a *
L?*dSoII noted neurosurqeor, oi Faunders meet,*, here.
J zr.d Dav-doU will be members_ot_________________________________
Property Owners
Elect Bachman
been elected
f the Biscayne Beach
Proper.) <>*r-
rd at a recent
.
:.eo Cotodny. \ice p
and Ben
-ctors mclucU
Fred J Deuu
- William ,
? Jacoby Mrs Anne Kauf-1
man. Miche+I Benjamin |
Meyers, f- id Z '
- Beraard Shindler Mrs
Minnie SfUfcia. Sidney Wcuutetn
aad Mrs Saaaael Sakxaw
Purpose of the artaoiiation is to
eacourage prapert> owners to
Mi mnptm the cLaali- ,
ae-s of then- proc-
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leligious Directory
TH ISRAEL. 7*01 Carlyle ave
fc'V Rabbi Isaac Evr.
,*- n ,' Haturday 8:10 a.m.
Th, ,'iama at the Reil Hea.''
IemES 2iJ W Hth ave. Can-
Lrrn iimmerman.
LviD. 2S SW Jrd vt Con-
Ribbi N sattov P.oeenbere.
William W. Ligoon
|.,j ,, m Sermon: halth nl
' rinli .\|i|>roarh." Sai-
, H:ir M.lxv.i i: Hot* rl,
'Mn I Mia. M S*atman.

IL SCO SW ITth ivi. Orthodox.
fShmar.ahL- T. Swirsky.
Mat VI day :.! a.m.
' W,i. -i '!" Melody I Istjura
Mi h: Jeffrey Alan, eon
\.!.i i:
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EMETH '20 NW 2nd v.
vative Rabo- David W. Mer-
antor Hyman Fain,
i u m. Barman: RVoellli.n
fM.,,.,. I- Obedience I"
Confirmation cuics studem
lnn>-r will read. Saturday !>
,on. The Sabbath of Song."

Israel. 4003 Prairie ave.
V. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman.
p.m. Saturday 8:45 a.m.
H*i. k.. Portion/'
a
IjACOB 301-311 Waahington
Tkthodox Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Maurice Mamehes.
Jl3 p ir Saturday 8:30 a.m
M8on| "' I-ivedum."

Raphael. no nw 3rd ave.
oi. Rabbi Arie Becker.
|:ji pp Saturday |:M a.m.
Iclni an.I Kallh."

JfiLAH. 931 Euclid ave. Ortho-
aobi Joseph E. Rackovaky.
e
|WAV JEWISH CENTER. 7526
fay. Wot Miami Junior High
Conservative.
e
1E.QHTS JEWISH CENTER.
INW 2nd ave. Conservative.
iNathan H. Zwitman.
|i:> |. m Sermon: Mum th.-
r th, \\.,k Melii l.i tile
nth.''

ER-CRANAOA. 50 NW 51st pi.
kalive, Raobi Murray A.
non Pit* JJgw In
| slain Bat-
e
.'DERDALE EMANU-EL. 1831
kdrewi ave., Ft. Lauderdale.
abbi Minui Ranson.
a
|W ACADEMY. 918 6t*i St
pox. RiDbi Alexander Cross.
e
H.MIAMI SPRINC8. 951 Fla-
| Way Conservative. Rabbi Leo
S. i non "laraej Sinsa
Sine. K r. ..-, on | S.ml.l.ai
l.il*l uu I Mi. I...,i Helm n I' i. m \l,\;.n,le. S.i!
Itead CENTER 183 NE 8th
|omet-ad. Conservative. Morris
officiates.
CANDLE UGHTIKG THAI
10 Shaken 5:49 pjjn.
Ivvooo TEMPLE BETH CL.
oik n Hollywood. Reform.
Mmard Klein.
[WOOD BETH SHOLEM. 1725
> St.. Hollywood. Conservative.
Samuel Lerer.

[WOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 2030
|t.. Hollywood. Conservative.
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehu-
MilDraun.

LITE CENTER. 319S SW 24th
[Conservative. Rabbi Morton
ky.
L ,r;, "'! Wl pm. Sermon:
[inu J-.v i iieR shabhal host a:
1 H Harris, bkturuay !
be. ,SRAFL- 115 Euclid ave.
P": Rab>>. David Lehrfield.
|r. Abraham Seif.
"I 8*1 |> .m. Mormon:
r ,."'r *" Saliinl n s : I
eini.,i, -Weekly Portion.'
a
SwEf5W CONQREQATION.
J""" ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Kmoai *tMM. Cantor tt.r.i. Ketemer.
, r ?:, "* *:1S l'm- 'Jueat mmt.
er: I>miI* Mciisvartsnian, director of the
Itureau of Jewish Kdurstlon TodIc
Korcea for Survival." Katurdav a:le
a.m. h.'1'iimn: "Weekly Portion

NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi
laaaa Larar. Cantor Jacob Ooldfarh.
Tidiir 8, p.m. t*evmon: The Itirhl
eotie Orow Talr-IJke a Tree.' *Kr
Mitavah: Joel, arm of Mr. n.l M,<
H>inan Krlener. Saturday a.m. Ser-
mon: 'Weekly I'ortloa."
a
NORTH OADE CENTER. 13630 W.
Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi
Henry Okolico. Cantor Maurice Neu.
Klidav 8.1, p.m. Sermon: "The Adult
and the .luvenlle Consfroaatloii Ser
vice dedicated to U'nal Brlth Uirls.
i... rl.i i-.i.nl. piebident. will t-ak,
f-.iturtlay 9 a.m. Sermon: "W.-ekl.
I'ortlon."

NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620 75th
at. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer
Wriiwattt. Cantor EaHvard Klein
Friday t:IS p.m. Sermon: "Tlrnl of
aivtnff Saturday l:ii am. Sermon:
M safcly Portia
a
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 715
Washington jve.
a
SOUTH OAOE JEWISH CENTER.
Room 315. Merrlck bldg.. u of M.
campus. Reform. Rabbi Herbert M.
Baumgard.
Prida) l:is p.av Beanatva: ''Malmon-
Ideathe I.Ink Between Greek Plilloa-
oi.ln ami Rabbinic Judaism." (Second
In a aeries of areal mail in Jewish
hlxtor) )
a
SOUTHWEST JEWISH CENTER. 6438
8W ath st. ponservativ*. Rabbi
Abraham Levitan.
Kl Ida] -.-.,, i ;>
from Kisvpt Saturday am. Bar-
man: i.iiii \ ,,i ,, ,o i,, ,,,,. v\ i.... i -
in-* "
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
ave Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Canviaar.
Frist*y x I l>.a SMtviion "Rmik* on
Br.fthei mi." riri In a series of foul
unaaln iintkaluatloii mL Itrathir-
tiood Week. Saturday 10: a.m.
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TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing-
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
l.ehrman. Cantor larael Reich.
Friday E and 8:30 p .in. Bar moo: " .-I Trun." I>r. H.njainin Rrifin-
Ixre. exooutlva director of th.- On
Miami Jewish HVderatlon, will eitatid
araetlnas. Satunlay 9 n.m. Semnosa:
"Weekly Portion." Bar Mitzvah: llon-
alil. eon of Mr. and Mrs. I>-.. Katner.
a
TEMPLE ISRAEL OP OREATER MI-
AMI. 137 NE Itth at. Reform. Rabbi
Joseph Narot. Cantor Jacob Born-
stein.
Friday 8:1". p.m. Sermon: "Their Bro-
ther*' Kaeiseraw"
a
tfmple jhofa 320 Palermo ava.
Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skop. Cantor
Herman Oottlieb.
Prldni 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Victorious
\\. Ettantl." Siitiinlay 9:4j a.m.
a
TEMPLE NER TAMID. (To be erect-
ed at 80th st. and Tatum Waterway.)
Surf side Town Hall. Modern Tradi-
tional.
FYltsaj I:1S p.m. (iuext splrltunl leai-
ei : Ko 1.1,1 Kimuel Cohen. Sermon:
"Jeury In America."
a
TEMPLE SINAI OP NORTH MIAMI.
131st st. and NE 6th ave. Reform.
Rabbi Benno M. Wallach.
Plida) I p.m.
a
TEMPLE ZI0N. 5730 W 17th St. Con-
servative. Rabbi Alfred W.ixman
Fridav 9:10 p.m Sepjhon "We I'om-
nnnd Otiraelvea." SHinnim 9 a.m.
a
TIPERETH ISRAEL. 6508 N. Miami
ava. Conservative. Rabbi Abraham
Herson Cantor Albert Qlanti.
Pi Ida i 8-10 |..m. Sermon: "To Live
with Ood." Saturday 9 a.m. S.-imon:
"The S..n of Spiritual Triumph.'' Bar
Milavah: Wayne A., son of stra. JuMet
Maicu-
torah temple. 1254 West aaa.
American Judaism. Rabbi Abraham
Casaal.
a
ZAMORA JEWISH CEMTER. 44 Za
man ave. Conservative. Rabbi B.
Loon MurwiU. Cantor Rudolph Brill
l-'ri.lav HI., p.m. Sermon: "The Hunt
of Moaen." Saturday 8:80 a.m.
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Abe Aronovitz will be presented
with a certificate of honor at a
meeting Tuesday evening at the
Israelite Center. Miami Mayor
Robert Xing High will make the
presentation. Irving Sperling. Is-
raelite Center honorary president,
is in charge of the program which
will also include installation of Cen-
ter officers.
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Gurion Greets Tu
B'Shevat Holiday
Wednesday, Feb. 5, is Tu B'She-
vat. widely observed by Jews
throughout the world as a day on
which to plant trees in Israel.
Prime Minister David Ben-
Gurion this week declared that
"we mast plant hundreds of thous-
ands of trees covering an area of
five million dunams, one quarter
of the surface of country, we must
cover the mountains and the un-
cultivable land, the hills and the
satki dunes, the barren plains of
the Negev all the land of Edom
and of the Arava as far as Eilat.
We must plant these trees for
many reasons, not least for secur-
ity, all along our frontiers, our
highways and roads, arsund pub-
he buildings and military installa-
tions.
"We would be unfaithful to
ana of the two main tasks of
our state Mia revival of the
desertif wa ware to carry out
plans which satisfy only our im-
mediate needs. Wa are an en-
tirely naw state which has fa
make up for the neglect of gen-
erations, for sins against our
people as wall as our country.
"We shall have to mobilize all
the skilled labor in this country
so that, in the course of the years,
wc may reach a point where we
plant half a million dunams of
trees annually.
"The mountains of our country
still stand naked and pray for the
hand of the planter to restore
their pristine woods and forests.
We are under no obligation to ac-
cept the heritage of desolation
from the past, for it is within our
power to afforest the waste, to fer-
tilize the sand dunes, to dig wells,
to exploit the hidden resources, to
build and to revive the dust of the
earth, to redeem its minerals and
natural resources."
Orthodox Union OK's Certification
Of Wide Variety of Kosher Frozen Meat
$) NEW YORK For the first-
time in its 32-year program of
cooperation with the American
food industry in providing widely-
distributed, uniformly-priced de-
pendably kosher products for the
American Jewish home, the Union
of America has extended its kosh-
of Orthodox Jewish Congregations
er certification to the manufac-
ture of frozen packaged koshered
meat cuts.
The announcement that Ortho-
dox Union certification and super-
vision now covers products of the
Tovah Company of Riverside, N.J.,
was made jointly by the Orthodox
Union and it rabbinic arm, the
700-member Rabbinical Council of
America.
Rabbi Salomon J. Sharfman,
piesident of the Rabbinical
Council of America, reported
that after an exhaustive analy-
sis and study of all relevant fac-
tors, th* executive tocrtcnittea
of the Rabbinical Council s#
America unanimouly endorsed
the grant OltllSstia Onean car-
tification far the Tovah kotherad
meat cuts. |
Moses I. Feuerstein of Maiden,
Mass., Orthodox Union president,
and Nathan K. Gross of New York
City, Orthodox Union vice presi-
dent and chairman of its joint
commission for kosher certifica-
tion, said that certification of
Tovah Frozen Koshered meats
was undertaken in the hope
of exending to this vital element
in the kosher homemaker's larder
the jaains of mass production and
mass distribution.
The two lay Orthodox leaders
said that "in this pioneering ef-
fort, the Orthodox Union hopes to
see applied to the distribution and
sale of kosher meats all the bene-
fits of convenience of purchase,
uniformity of weight, standardized
prices and maximum availability
which the observant housewife
now enjoys with the more than
800 brand-name grocery products
which bear on their labels the
(U) guarantee of rabbinically-cer-
tified K ash ruth."
"Such a program is in line with
all modern food merchandising
trends and was an inevitable de-
velopment." they added. "We are
gratified (hat it is die Orthodox
Union's unquestioned standards
of kashruth which are being ap-
plied in this historic forward step."
tmanu-U Adds Nursery
Class to Regular Program
Temple Emanu-El religious
school has instituted an afternoon
nursery class open to four year-
olds.
Israel Bibner. education director,
said Wednesday that "the regular
morning class is open to children
from three to five years of age."
Registration is open for the after-
noon nursery session which begins
at 12:30 and ends at 3:30 p.m.. and
includes bus transportation to and
from the school, as well as after-
noon refreshments and a full edu-
cational program under the direc-
tion of Mrs. Naomi Brandeis.
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Rabbi Narot on Television
Dr. Joseph R. Narot. of Temple
Israel of Greater Miami, will be
featured on The Still Small
Voice," weekly television program
of the Rabbinical Assn. of Greater
Miami. Sunday. M:30 a.m.. over
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Rabbi Dr. Tibor H. Star*
311 Washington Avg M. B.
Phana.: Jl M20S Jl MM*
TimfII Mark U fSkovat
Bath David religious school will
cetabaate To B'Shevat with a tree
planting ceremony Sunday morn-
tag. Bags of Israeli fruit will be
distributed to students by the PTA,
under the chairmanship of Mrs.
gam listen I ,, .
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