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

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

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"Jewish Floriclian
CMNbtain| THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
ane 33 Number 36
Miami, Florida. Friday, September 4, 1959
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rael Accuses UAR Of Piracy In New Seizure
'ecurity Council Given
ccount of Grievances;
fnge Toft Case Listed
UNITED NATIONS(JTA> Israel this week took directly to the
purity Council its grievance over recent United Arab Republic viola-
us of the principle of the freedom of passage through the Sues Canal.
Yosef Tekoah, Israel's acting permanent representative here, sent
ong letter to Armand Berard, of France, this month's president of
Council, accusing the UAR of "continued acts of piracy" which ac-
ding to the Israeli, place Egypt "in open challenge to the world
im unity" and constitute a "constant threat to peace" in the Middle
I.
The open complaint to the Council was made by the Israel repre-
ntative after many months of
YOStf TtKOAH
. tyttimatic policy
Parcel Post Bundles Rifled
On Norwegian Ships Bound
From Australia Through Suez
By ELIAHU SALPETER
Chief of JTA in Israel
JERUSALEM(JTA>Israel this week denounced as "pure rob-
bery" and "acts of piracy" the seizure by the United Arab Republic at
the Suez Canal of parcel post packages being carried on two Norwegian
ships from Australia to Israel. It filed a vigorous complaint with the
United Nations and announced it would protest to the International
Postal Union. The incident will certainly be aired, it was indicated,
when Foreign Minister Golda Meir addresses the forthcoming General
Assembly of the United Nations.
The "unlawful impounding" of*--------------------------------------------
the mailbags was considered here I
kg discussion of the Israel com-
lints on the level of "quiet di-
[>ma fles on the delegation have been
I almost daily contact on the Suez
kue since last February with Sec-
tary General Dag Hammar-
jold and with other ranking
embers of the Secretariat.
Mr. Takeah's letter to ML Bor-
which asked that the tm-
i be circulated te all mean-
er the United Nations, bv
fd the In** Toft case. The
Mention of the Info Toft ap-
ri te have been carried out
Is part of a systematic policy
^ppiied since early this year,"
Tekoah assarted.
DR. ROSENBERG TO RESIGN FEDERATION DIRECTORSHIP
Dr. Benjamin B. Rosenberg will resign his post as execu- 1
tive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, The Jew-
ish Floridian learned this* week.
Dr. Rosenberg will tender his resignation at a meeting of
Federation's executive board next Wednesday evening.
He is giving up his post here to assume the executive direc-
torship of the Associated Jewish Philanthropies and Combined |
I Jewish Appeal of Greater Beaten, Mass. I
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Senate Debates Bank Loan;
Raps Anti-Israel Blockade
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WASHINGTON(JTA)Chairman J. W. Fulbright of the Senate
trough the Suez Canal, and also
Continued on Pa** 12 A
lordan Moves
irab Refugees
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
to take firm decision to raise it
at the United Nations" with the Se-
curity Council or in the General
Assembly.
The cabinet
situation at
cussed the
Continued on Pa#e 2-A
a round
Ceylon Frigate Impasse Over;
Army Units Deliver Hot Cargo'
JTA-By Direct Teletype Wire
TEL AVIVPrime Minister Da- Nasser "either did not reply or
id Ben-Gurion disclosed Tuesday replied negatively."
that he had ended the impasse | The two ships remained at Eilat
[The complaint also gives details
I the Israel export cargoes con-
seated last March, as well as of
he incidents that occurred within
be last few days, when United
ab Republic officials removed a
auipment desUned'for Israel from Foreign Relations Committee Sunday*praised the Nasser regimes op-
Norwegian freighter passing eration of the Suez Canal but drew opposition from other Senators who
attacked Egyptian discrimination against Israel shipping.
Sen. Fulbright, Arkansas Demo-*
crat, lauded the Nasser Govern-
ment for its operation of the Ca-
nal. He said it was now being run
"efficiently." Setr. Hugh Scott,
Pennsylvania Republican, inter-
jected that the Canal might be op-
erating "efficiently, but so was
Hitler's government."
Sen. Fulbright thought that a
loan should be made available
through the World Bank to "en-
JERUSALBM-Jordan is evacu- 522f*!i ^^"L^"^ plover Ceylon's delay in accepting \ untune gave "the order to sail, the
at.neArab^eeeTfrom thl h2f- i?41* **!? Bepu,bhc, *!eauSe "J two frigates. He told a Mapai Par- Prime Minister said,
sung Arab refugees from tne nau-, his ^gumption of relations with ..w#,<,t,rflav i ordered the _. .,
[ mnSJ ol' TerosalanTS penna* Jord"' S^^r-^'SaeSJrS -* been previously reported
cent homes built by the United
Nations Works and Relief Agency,
the Jordan Ministry of Develop-
ment announced in Jordan news-
papers received here Tuesday.
lsshak Nashashibi, the director
general of the Jordan Ministry,
was quoted in the Jordan press as
announcing that a thousand refu-
gee families were being trans-
ierred to a thousand new housing
units built on the outskirts of the
Jordan-held old Jerusalem.
The refugees have been living
in the former Jewish quarter since WASHINGTON (JTA) Ajbassy received
the Israel War of Independence spokesman for the Soviet Embassy I from various Jewish organizations,
more than ten years ago. here said this week the Embassy desiring a meeting w 11 h Mr.
The newspaper reports do not! was unaware of any invitation to Khrushchev. A possibiUty was ac-
indicate what Jordan intends to Jewish groups to meet with USSR, knowledged that such a meeting
Ben-Zvi Defends
Munitions Sale
To W. Germany
JERUSALEM (JTA) Presi-
dent Itzhak Ben-Zvi last weekend
warmly endorsed the Israel Gov-
ernment's sale of mortar shells to
Western Germany, challenged
Jews behind the Iron Curtain
who objected to these salesto
protest to their own governments
for selling arms to the Arab states,
and chided Communist East Ger-
many for failing to make repara-
tions for the mass murder of Jews
during the Nazi regime.
The rare political statement by
the Suez Canal situation or even the President, who seldom partici-
pates in political affairs, was made
in a letter to the Council of Jewish
Religious Communities in Bohemia
to be another in the series of har-
assments and deliberate breaches
of international laws and obliga-
tions by the Nasser regime direct-
ed against Israel.
Political observers bore ex-
pressed the view that this latest
action, following on UN Secre-
t a r y General Hemmerskiold's
failure to secure reopening of
the Sees Canal te ships carrying
cargoes from or consigned te
Israel or ovon to secure tho re-
leese of the Danish freighter
Inge Toft, was forcing Premier
David Ben-Gurion's Mapai Party
and its allies into an untenable
position.
They said that the opposition
parties were bound to make an
issue of the Government's failure
to take action in connection with
has dis-; and Moravia, and the Central
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e ft. Arab, to the continued e ^X^^J JJJJ-- g{J ft*
The Prime Minister noted thtt i ceylonese authorities somewhere
the Ceylonese, instead of coming .. h^h
to Eilat and taking the frigates. | "n *"
had asked President Nasser, of the The Israel press Tuesday wel-
United Arab Republic, about the corned the Prime Minister's deci-
procedure they should use, and'sion.______________
istence of the State of Israel.
WhH. ko dapleeed the Inter-
ruptktn of (ogrtlmato traffic in
the Sees Canal, Son. Putbrinht
thought "affirmative steps," h>
Continued en Peps S A
Committee of Jewish Religious
Communities in Slovakia. These
two organizations, which repre-
sent organized Jewry in Czecho-
slavakia, had written to Mr. Ben-
Zvi. protesting against Israel's
arms deal with West Germany.
"Everyone who is concerned
far Israel's welfare," President
Ben-Zvi stated in his letter,
"must share the concern for Is-
rael's security and must support
tho measures taken by tho Israel
Government te strengthen the
country's eefenses."
Expressing satisfaction that the
Czechoslovakian Jews havt evinc-
ed interest in Israeli activities, the
President said in his reply he
hoped the letter to him "is a sign
of a desire to renew fraternal con-
tact and cooperation" with the
Jews in Israel.
continued the Presi-
'Israel,"
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Soviet Embassy 'Unaware' of Meet With Hikita
do with the former Jewish section Premier Nikita S. Khrushchev
which was never rebuilt after when theJitter visits the United Ipokesman, no arrange
widespread destruction by Arab States next month. '
troops in the 1948 fighting. I The spokesman said the Em
several" letters: authoritiea to put a meeting with range a meeting for American
Jewish leaders on Mr. Khrush-, Jewish leaders with Khurshchev.
chev's agenda. ] Klutznick made the request on be-
Meanwhile it was learned here' half of 18 major Jewish organiza-
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Department, Philip M. Klutsmck discuss the possibility of taking up
has formally requested the Soviet; wjtn Khrushchev the present po-
ments have been made by Soviet I Embassy in Washington to ar-1 sition of Jews in the Soviet Union.
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Nab Israeli as Iron Curtain Agent
TEL AVIV-(JTA)-A 27 year-
old aircraft technician is under I
arren^ on charges of spying for a'
foreign country, police authorities!
reported here. Under security reg-
ulations, neither the man's name
nor the foreign country for which
he is alleged to have done the es-
pionage were named.
The country concerned, it is un-
derstood, is behind the Iron Cur-
tain. The man was employed at
It's time to select a dedication in the new Mt. Sinai Hospital of
Greater Miami, now preparing for its formal opening in
December. Here, Mm. Samuel Feldman. of Miami Beach, in-
spects the hospital's Information Desk in the main lobby,
which will perpetuate her family's name. Dan B. Ruskin, chair-
man of the gift recognitions committee, shows Mrs. Feldman
where her dedicatory plaque will be affixed. Ruskin, himself
a "founder" of the hospital, selected a wing on the eighth floor
for his dedication.
Ben-Zvi Defends Bonn Deal;
Pinches Czech Jewry's Toe
Continued from Page 1-A
dent, "is not only concerned with
the perpetuation of the memory of
the Jewish martyrs of Nasi ex-
termination, but regards its main
mission and reason for existence
the principle that such a tragedy
must never occur. We have revived
the free homeland of the Jewish
people in an independent State,
ready to serve as a home for every
Jew seeking refuge.
"To fulfill its mission, the lead-
ership of our State must regard
the development of the country's
defenses as a matter ot prime con-
cern. The Israel Government be-
lieves that the arms transaction [
referred to in your letter is one of |
the steps required to strengthen I
the security of the State of Israel.
The Knesset, our legislature,
which was chosen by democratic
Steen Named to Post
Samuel Steen, of Hialeah, was
numrd national judge advocate of
the Amvets, an organization of
overseas veterans which wound up
its annual convention Sunday at
Grand Rapids, Mich. Steen, an at-
torney, lives at 1334 E. 4th avc,
Hiatoan,
elections, approved this attitude
by a decisive majority."
"The need for strengthening
Israel's security," the letter con-
tinued, "is greater, so long as
large quantities of powerful arms
are being received in a steady
, flow by the Arab states, which
do not conceal their intention to
use those arms for Israel's de-
struction. It is no secret that the
country in which you live is one
of the mem suppliers of arms to
our neighbors. I would be grati-
fied if I knew that you wore em-
ploying ell your influence in
your own country to prevent an
arms race in the Middle last,
and to lesson the endangering
of peace and the danger to the
survival of Israel."
Since the letter from Czechoslo-
vakia had referred to West Ger-
many's guilt in regard to extermi-
nation of Jews under the Nazi re-
gime, President Ben-Zvi stated in
his reply: "It must be said to the
credit of West Germany that it is
making reparations to the families
of victims of Nazism. But to East
Germany, the words of the Pro-
phet Elijah, addressed to Ahab,
apply: 'Hast thou killed and also
taken possession'?"
INSURED SAVINGS
HOME FINANCING
SAVE-BY-MAIL
Oldest
and
Largest
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Miami
Beach
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Mo* Office** UK* !ed of WtAlftM AvtWt
-
Lydda Airport, and is charged with
having passed on to a foreign
power i m"p o r t>i n t information
about Israeli aircraft and air
fields.
Handicap Group
Enlarges Program
The world committee on employ-
ment of the handicapped, at its an-
nual conference here, announced
the inclusion of various types of
disabilities previously not included
in the category of those aided by
the committee.
Newly-elected chairman of the
board of governors, Sidney G.
Kusworm, sr., of Dayton, O., said
here that "if we are to define a
handicap as a person with obvious
disabilities, we would be limiting
our employment efforts to a rela-
tive few. Such efforts would place
us among those who themselves
discriminate in their employment
practices."
Kusworm read a cable from vice
president Joseph F. Clunk, now in
Rome attending the world confer-
ence for the Welfare of the Blind
which "unqualifiedly" endorsed
the position of the world commit-
tee on placement of the Blind in
Industry.
World committee on employment
of the handicapped encourages the
establishment of volunteer groups
in many nations to promote em-
ployment of the handicapped and
presently implements such pro-
grams as Chamber of Commerce of
the Americas, Jaycees Interna-
tional program on employment of
the handicapped, and B'nai B'rith
international program on the em-
ployment of the handicapped. -
Mrs. Mae Vender of Miami, rep-
resenting the B'nai B'rith Wom-
en's program to hire the handi-
capped, pledged the support of the
many women's groups in B'nai
B'rith here and abroad.
In addition to Kusworm, other
officers elected were Leo Axelrod,
president; Sen. Harry P. Cain, Ray
Basten, John Nesbitt, Joseph
1 Clunk, vice presidents; Florence
I Fox, treasurer; and Aaron T. Eu-
j ster, chairman, ambassadors com-
mittee. J- N. McArthur is interna-
tional councilor.
While tittle- information was re-
vealed by police, some details of
the case were learned. The man's
parents reportedly live in a for-
eign country. When the technician
went to that country's legation
here and expressed a keen desire
to be reunited with his parents, he
was allegedly asked to deliver cer-
tain secret information.
It is asserted thet the man
was given a visa to the country
to see his parents end, upon his
return here, was ordered to con-
tinue his espionage activities.
Later, it is understood, his ser-
vices were considered so im-
portant that an Ambassador
from the country concerned
came here to see him and to
brief him on exactly the type of
information required.
Meanwhile, however, the man's
parents are still in the foreign
country, and the man was prom-
Isad that his parents \tf>uld be per-
mitted to come here if he contin-
ued to furnish information desired.
j The suspect's trial is scheduled for
I mid-September,, ..
Recently, another Israeli was ar-
rested on espionage charges, under
I circumstances similar to those sur-
rounding the latest suspect. In the
other case, too, the suspect has
apparently been trapped into spy-
I ing because of his interest in bring-
ing here members of his family
living in an Iron Curtain country.
The first suspect had also been
1 promised that his family would be
| permitted to come to Israel, and
| this promise was not kept.
j Group to Finance Settlements
TEL AVIV(JTA)The Jewish
j Colonization Assn. will finance the
establishment of two new settle-
I ments in the Lachish area at a
cost of 750,000 Israel pounds ($412,-
500), it was announced here by
Abraham Hartzfeld, chairman of
the "Agricultural Bank.
Gulf stream Park
Picks Tanenbaum
Joe Tanenbaum. former racing
editor of the Miami News, has
been named to the newly-created
post of information director at
Gulfstream Park by James Donn,
track president. "Tanenbaum will
direct and coordinate Gulfstream's
public service, public relations,
publicity and advertising pro-
grams," Donn said. "In establish-
ing the post of information direc-
tor, we are attaining our goal of
rendering greater service to the
public, the horsemen and the
press."
Tanenbaum is president of the
Florida Turf Writers Assn. and
regional co-chairman, with Bob
Elliott of the Miami Herald, of
the National Turf Writers Assn. He
is a member of the Florida Sports
Writers.
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Friday. September 4. 1959
* Jewish fhrktian
Page 1-K
To Appeal Religion in School Brief
Americana hotel became the site for the naturalization of 74
persons from 45 countries as they took their oath of allegiance
as citizens of the United States during special ceremonies of
the American Bar Assn. convention at the Americana last
week. On the bench was U.S. Supreme Court Justice Tom C.
Clark (third from right). Local B'nai B'rith lodges marked the
occasion by presenting the new citizens with miniature Amer-
ican Flags. Looking on (left to right) are Charles Seiavitch.
president, South Florida Council, B'nai B'rith; Samuel Neiberg!
president. Coral Gables Lodge; and Sidney G. Kusworm, na-
tional B'nai B'rith chairman, Americanism and civic affairs.
Moscow Incites Mid-East
Against New Oil Pipeline
LONDON(JTA) Moscow Ra-
dio told its Arab listeners this
week that Israel was speeding
construction of a pipeline to carry
oil from the Red Sea to the Medi-
terranean to "spur Israel's war
plan." The pipeline, Moscow said
in a broadcast, was not important
to the Israel economy but'was a
vital part of an aggressive Israeli
design.
Israel, which now has an oil
pipeline from its Gulf of Aqaba
port of Eilat to the Haifa refiner-
ies on the Mediterranean coast, is
building a 16-inch pipeline which
would be able to carry enough
crude oil to permit the Haifa re-
fineries to work at full capacity
and meet the country's domestic
fuel requirements.
The pipeline was commenced
originally to circumvent the
Arab anti-Israel boycott which
seeks to cut off ail oil euppllee
from Israel. Formerly, Israel
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erable cost from Venezuela be-
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transited through me Sues Canal.
The pipeline permitted Israel to
buy crude oil in a more favor-
able market, carry it by tanker
to Eilat end transport it from
there to Heife through the pipe-
line.
The Moscow Radio stressed that
the Israeli pipeline was "the first
in the Arab East outside the su-
pervision of the Arab countries.
It said that the Arabs had been able
to halt British and French support
of Israel' against Egypt during the
Sinai campaign by severing oil
supplies to Western Europe. To-
day, Moscow said, Israel is "try
ing to snatch this strong defensive
weapon from the hands of the
Arabs" and was, in effect, creating
an alternate oil route for the
West to frustrate the Arab defense.
The Moscow propagandists tied
their attack on the Israeli pipeline
to charges that Israel was prepar-
ing the groundwork for "coming
! aggressions" against the Arabs.
; They asserted that "the voices de
I manding a repetition of the ag-
' gression against the Arabs have
recently become louder in Israel,"
and added that "Moshe Dayan.
former Chief of Staff, is one of
those voices."
The broadcast warned the Arabs
I that while the United States Gov-
ernment is again "flirting with
Arab nationalism and attempting
, to be a friend of the Arabs," it
1 was, at the same time, encourag
ing Israeli "aggressive circles" to
{frighten the Arabs into following
policies desired by the West.
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NEW YORK-(JTA)-A County
Supreme Court ruling that the
court could not compel the Her-
ricks.-L. I., School District to dis-
continue the practice of classroom
prayers in its five schools will be
appealed to the highest state tri-
bunals and, if necessary, to the
United States Supreme Court, it
was announced this week. The
prayer recited is non-denomina-
tional form recommended by the
N York State Board of Regents.
Justice Bernard S. Meyer held,
however, that the school board
was at fault in making the prayer
mandatory for all 6,000 students
in the schools and said that it
could not require the children to
Pray.
Justice Meyer said that the First
Amendment did not prohibit the
non-compulsory saying of a non-
denominational prayer. The clause
provides that "Congress shall
make no law respecting an estab-
lishment of religion, or prohibit-
ing the free exercise thereof."
Justice Meyer held, however, that
the regulation calling for the open-
ing of each school day with prayer
in the Herricks School District
was "mandatory in form"
therefore, "objectionable."
and
In his 46-page opinion. Justice
Meyer noted that the "free-exer-
cise" provision of Federal end
State Constitution* required that
parents be advised of the adop- !
tion of the prayer, its wording
and the procedure to be followed
when it wes said, "so that e con-
scious choice con be made
whether a child shell or shell not
participate." Justice Meyer held
that "freedom of religion is not
en absolute right; the state may
impose restrictions if reasonable
in relation to tne end sought to
be attained."
Religious tensions and divisions
over the saying of the prayer do
not constitute a constitutional rea-
son for not permitting it to be said,
Justice Meyer declared. He quoted
from a decision in 1839 by the Su-
perintendent of Common Schools
of New York State saying schools
cguld be opened with prayer if it
were not made a matter of school
discipline.
The school board was reported
satisfied with the decision. The five
parents who initiated the legal ac-
tion said they were far from satis-
fied and planned to appeal. "We'll
go to the Supreme Court before
we're through," one said. George
E. Rundquist, executive director of
theTJrvTI Liberties Union, said also
that an appeal would be made to
the Appellate Division of the State
Supreme Court. The reason for the
appeal, he explained, was that the
decision "does not clearly hold
that publicly supported schools
and facilities may not be used for
prayer and other religious devo
tions, and because we feel that
even non-compulsory regulations
pertaining to the saying of a pray-
er are unconstitutional."
The "regents prayer reads:
"Almighty God, we acknowlegc
our dependence on Thee, and we
beg Thy blessing upon us, our par
ents, our teachers and our coun-
try."
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1951
Senate /)eafer ^a/?l Joan to /Va^er
Continued from Paga 1-A.
eluding loans, shoulfl bo taken
to support the UAR in tho inter-
file*, Sen. Fulbright raised a ques- ing World Bank loan to the UAR
tion of politics. Sen. Scott, in a \ to improve the Canal. Supporter*
I heated exchange, said it was not: of Israel's maritime rights main
Ian issue of "politics" or "parti-: tained that such a loan was^ not
si of U. S. foroign policy. He sanship but one of Israels funda indicated at a time when the uak
hoped it would faettitate a otu- 'menfa| rjRhts exploits the Canal as a blockade
tion ultimately of Arab-Israel; Sen, Kenneth Keating. New York' against Israel.
differences. Republican, associated himself World Bank sources previously
Sen. Scott told the Senate he dif- with Sen. Scott. He attacked Nas- revealed the Bank had been given
ferrd with Sen. Fulbright because scr's "unconscionable" actions no official indication of the U.S.
the Suez Canal was not now being against Israel through the Suez Go\ernment view of the UAR's
operated "legally." He said Nasser blockade,
acted in the Inge Toft case in vio-
lation of an international conven
tion. United Nations principles and
the cause of Near Eastern peace.
He questioned the wisdom of a
World Bank loan to the United
Arab Republic.
A. dressing Sen. Fulbright. Sen.
Scott.said that, as long as Nasser
refuses Israeli commercial trans t
in the Canal, he would not spend
his time praising Nasser for,
bringing peace to the Near East.' sources welcomed the speech by
Fulbright. lauding the United Arab,
When Sen. Scott mentioned that | Republic for its operation of the '
25 members of the Senate wrote' Suez Canal. The Fulbright speech
the State Department on June ?4 was seen as a counterweight to
abcut the anti-Israel blockade of pro-Israel efforts to block a pend-
Sen. Keating told the Senate no
loan should bi made by the
World Bank to Nasser unless he
opens the Canal to all nations, no
matter how "efficiently" he
might operate the Canal other-
wise. If ny loan is to be grant-
ed, said Sen. Keatin". the Canal
must be a thoroughly interna-
tional waterway.
Meanwhile, State Department
Mr* Joseph Shapiro, president of Hebrew Academy Women,
pissents a check to purchase a bus to transport North Miami
na Miami Beach students who have enrolled in the Acad-
emy. Accepting the check on behalf of the Academy UB.L
r der, president.
anti-Israel tactics In the Suez Ca-
nal. The Bank is moving ahead
with the proposed loan, with a
final decision anticipated within
four weeks The UAR Finance
Minister is expected in Washington
then, to participate in a meeting
of the Bank's board of governors.
Three Republican Senators
Sunday asked Secretary of State
Christian Herter to obtain firm
guarantees of free transit for Is-
rael shipping in the Suez Canal,
before the United States ap-
proves a World Bank loan to the
United Arab Republic for Canal
improvement.
The Senators were Jacob K. Ja-!
vits and Kenneth Keating, of New;
York, and Hugh Scott, Pennsylva-
nia, all Republicans. They remind-
ed Secretary Herter of a letter!
from Assistant Secretary of State I
Macomber, on July 3, in which Mr. j
Macomber said the U. S. execu |
tive director of the World Bank
was aware of developments in-'
volving Israel in the Suez Canal
issue.
In light of this, the Senator:
noted that the Bank is moving for-
j ward with consideration of a loan
ito the UAR. They told Mr. Herter:
"We would appreciate your advice
as to what is being done to obtain
'from the UAR firm assurances
'and guarantees of free transit
I through the Canal. Needless to
;say, we do not feel that money-
should be advanced to the UAR
for the Canal without at least
these assurances in hand."
Rep. Seymour Halpern, New
York Republican, also addressed
a letter to Secretary Herter asking
him to consider the views of 13
members of the House Banking
and Currency Committee on the
issue of a World Bank loan to the
United Arab Republic to improve
the Suez Canal. The Congressmen
voiced opposition to the loan be-
cause of the UAR's anti-Israel
blockade of the Canal
Meyer Weisgal, chairman of the executive council of th
Weizmann Institute of Science at Rehovoth, presents forme'
Israel Ambassador to the United Stales Abba Eban with hU
official appointment as new president of the Institute. Eban
is now residing in Rehovoth, and has assumed the duties of
his post.
Post Office Chief Confirmed
Eugene M. Dunlap this week was
confirmed by the Senate as post-
master of Miami. He has been act-
ing postmaster since Feb. 8, 1958.
Dunlap is another example of
promoting a career employee to
an executive position. Dunlap en-
tered the postal service at Wil-
liamsport. Pa., as a substitute
clerk on Jan 20. 1936, where he
worked both as a clerk and a car-
rier, and was promoted "to regular
clerk in 1938.
AWer passing a competitive t.
amination for the inspection
service, he was appointed postal
inspector in 1M1 ami assigned tt
Brattloboro, Vt. As a postal j
spector he was reassigned to Hw
Miami office m IMS.
In 1955, Dunlap was appointed
the first district operations man-
ager for the Southern Florida Pos-
tal District, from which position
he was named acting postmaster
here.
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hJe*lsincrldtan
ireau Urges Greater Miami Parents
lister Children for Religious Training
chool be Ha *iU rin* "* "? *U
',v on Tuesday. Sept 8 On
L. dav first sessions wiU be
,\d at n'l Jw'sh afternoon
hnols RfgMration is now being
l throughout the Jewish schools
til Sept 13.
Never A. Baskin. president of
Z Bureau of Jewish Education,
Fd Wednesday that "without
Li-h edi cation your children
III lo [daism. Vour children's happi
fc depends, to a large degree,
on the way th?y meet the Jew-
aspects of their lives. Will the
ct that your child is Jewish be
well -spring of happinessand en-
ihment? The answer to this
lotion depends upon whether
i prepare your children to en-
upon their rich heritage.
"I* you *nt them to t"*w up
,ito 900c ciliiens, ood, whole-
am* human heinea, then you
ust prepare fhom by reliefer-
, th*rr. in ono of the Jowith re-
qieus schools of Groator Miami.
hat will this education moon
,, rhem and to you? It will moon
hat you will keep your chiMron
rith you; that they will sharo
rirh you the Jowish life of your
amily; troy will bo instilled
rith the fnso of tho continuity
Judaism.
"They will develop an apprecia-
pn ol th< ir lives as Jewish with
fwish ideals and traditions; and
ot of .i", it will give them a
. of 'It-longing,' a sense of
curity in :he world about them
spells 'rue happiness both for
bu and ycur children."
|On Miami Beach are the follow-
, affiliate J schools meeting the
ecial standards set by the Bu-
lau: Kncscth Israel, 1415 Euclid
le.; North Shore Jewish Center,

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ilects Local CPA
I Milton Bchar, Miami Beach CPA,
las beer elected a member of the
American Institute of Certified
Public Accountants.
Behar, who holds certificates as
certified public accountant in
Hew York. State, as well as in the
Itate of Floiida, is a partner in the
Accounting firm of Newman and
whar, with offices in the Miami
Beach Federal bads., *07 Lincoln
d- Miami Beach.
620 75th St.; Temple Beth Sholom,
4144 Chase ave.; Temple Emanu-
El, 1701 Washington ave.; Temple
Ner Tamid, 7901-51 Tatum Water-
way dr.
Service schools of the' Bureau
found on the Beach include Beth
Israel, 711 40th st.; Beth Jacob
Congregation, 311 Washington
ave.; Hebrew AcademyAll Day
School, 918 6th st.
In Miami are the following
; schools affiliated with the Bureau
j and meeting the special standards
set up for such affiliation: Beth
David Congregation, 2625 SW 3rd
ave.; Beth El Congregation, 500
SW 17th ave.; Flagler-Granada
Jewish Center, 50 NW 51st pi.; Is-
raelite Center, 3198 SW 24th tar.;
Miami Hebrew School, 1101 SW
12th ave"; Temple Israel, 137 NE
19th st.; Temple Judea, 320 Pa-
lermo ave., Coral Gables; Temple
Zion, 5720 SW 17th St.; Tifereth
Jacob. 951 E. 4th ave.; Workmen's
Circle, 1545 SW 3rd st.
Service schools found In Miami
and vicinity include Beth Emeth
Congregation, 12201 NW 7th ave.;
Congregation of Monticello Park,
1060 NE 164th st.; Coral Way Jew-
ish Center, SW 82nd ave. and Coral
Way; Dade Heights Jewish Center,
18160 NW 2nd ave.; Homestead
Jewish Center, 183 NE 8th St.;
North Dade Jewish Center, 13630
Dixie hwy.; Southwest Jewish Cen-
ter, 6438 SW 8th St.; Temple Beth
Am. 5950 N. Kendall dr.; Temple
B'nai Sholom, 16800 NW 22nd ave.;
Temple Sinai of North Miami, 12500
INE 8th ave.; Tifereth Israel Jew-
ish Center, 6500 North Miami ave.;
Zamora Jewish Center, 44 Zamora
ave.; Coral Gables.
Tho Bureau urgod parents to
I register their chiMron as soon,
! as possible so that they may bo
properly classified for Sept. 8.
! Paronts woro also urgod to res-
istor girls, as well as boys, "for
i girls will bo tho future Jewish
' mothers who will transmit Mo
j their children tho spirit which
they, as little girls, found In
i their parents' home.
Registration is also open at the
! Hebrew High School, 135 NW 3rd
lave., Miami, for graduates of the
Hebrew departments of the Jewish
! elementary schools.
"The Jewish schools of Greater
' Miami teach the harmony between
j American ideals and the Jewish
I heritage practiced throughout the
| centuries," Baskin said. "They
j teach the complete history of the
(Jews, including the contribution
I of the Jews to the development of
Ithe United States. The Jewish
schools teach the ideas and ideals
of the Bible and Jewish literature,
the meaning of the Sabbath and
all Jewish festivals. They teach an
introduction to Hebrew literature
with an appreciation of the rich-
ness of the Hebrew language.
They teach the customs and prac-
tices- of the synagogue and active
participation in Jewish life."
Today there is greater emphasis
on the enrollment of Jewish chil-
dren in the Hebrew school at the
age of eight, so that they will be
exposed to a minimum of six years
in order to gain a sound elemen-
tary Jewish education.
Pag* 9-A
tOMRT COtOfN
Free Holiday in Israel
NEW YORK-(JTA)-The Zim
Israel Navigation Co., of Haifa,
will offer a free eight-day holiday
in Israel next winter to passengers
holding first class round trip tic-
kets in their liners plying between
Marseilles or Naples and Haifa, it
was announced here by the Ameri-
can-Israeli Shipping Company, U.S.
representatives of the Zim Lines.
Combined Appeal
Announces New
Campaign Chief
Robert H. I.olden, of Toronto,
Canada, has been appointed cam-
paign director of the Combined
Jewish Appeal of Greater Miami.
Golden will arrive in Miami this
week to assume the duties of his
new posi'ion.
Under his direction, the Uni-
ted Jewish Welfare Fund of To-
ronto last year achieved the
greatest percentage campaign
increase of any Welfare Fund in
the United States or Canada. He
served as Toronto director since
1954, following three years of
service as assistant city man-
ager of State of Israel Bonds In
Toronto.
For three years, he was field
representative for the United Jew-
ish Appeal. His background also
includes several years of fund-
raising experience with the Jew-
ish Community Counsel of Essex
County, Newark, N. J., and the
United Foundation of Metropolitan
Detroit.
Golden has a Bachelor of Arts
degree from the University of
Michigan in the fields of psychol-
ogy and sociology, and he attended
the Michigan School of Social
Work.
He served in the U.S. Armed
Forces from 1942 to 1946. Golden
is married and has two children.
The new campaign director suc-
Play Directors Announced
Ruth Foreman announced Wed-
nesday that Ivan Kivitt, Univer-
sity of Miami senior, and Maxine
Zuckerman, Coral Gables High
School junior, both of whom have
appeared and worked with Pied
Piper Playhouse for the past eight
years, are the directors of the
three plays, to be presented this
season. "Secret of the Doll Shop,"
"Pinocchio," and "Emperor's New
Clothes." Plays will be presented
at Studio M Playhouse in Coral
Gables, Pied Piper Playhouse on
Miami Beach, and will also be
available as a package for schools,
PTA's and community organiza-
tions.
Mew Guidance Service Listed
NEW YORK (JTA) A new
economic information and guid-
ance service for American Jews
desiring to settle in Israel has
been established here by the Jew>
ish Agency. Directing this service
is Isaac Kurland, director general
of the Agency's economic depart-
ment in Tel Aviv, who is currently
in the United States as economic
! advisor to the Jewish Agency's
emigration department. The new
. service will concentrate on prob-
lems of middle class immigrants.
ceeds Martin Peppercorn who left
recently to assume the post of as-
sistant campaign director with the
national United Jewish Appeal in
New York City.
Bureau statistics indicate a
"hard core" of about 1,400 Jewish
children in Greater Miami who do
not receive any Jewish education
at any time. This year a serious at-
tempt is being made by the Bureau
to register this "illiterate" Jewish
youth, Baskin concluded.
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620 75th Street
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
4144 Chase Avenue
TEMPLE EMANU-EL t
1701 Washington Avenue
TEMPLE NER TAMID
7901-51 Tatum Waterway Drive
Miami and 1trinity
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
2625 S.W. 3rd Avenue
BETH EL CONGREGATION
/ 500 S.W. 17th Avenue
FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH CENTER
50 N.W. 5;st Place
ISRAELITE CENTER
3198 S.W. 24th Terrace
MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL
1101 S.W. 12th Avenue
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N.E. 19th Street
TEMPLE JUDEA
320 Palermo Avenue, Coral Gables
TEMPLE ZION
5720 S.W. 17th Street
TIFERETH JACOB
951 E. 4th Avenue, Hialeah
WORKMEN'S CIRCLE
1545 S.W. 3rd Street
BETH ISRAEL
711 40th Street
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
311 Washington Avenue
HEBREW ACADEMYAU-Doy-Scaool
< 918 6th Street
Miami and Vicinity
BETH EMETH CONGREGATION
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13630 Dixie Highway
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6438 S.W. 8th Street |
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W800 N.W. 22nd Avenue
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12100 N.E. 15th Avenue
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6500 North Miami Avenue
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44 Zamora Avenue, Coral Gablea .
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135 N.W. 3rd Avenue
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Bond Meet to Hear Cabinet Chiefs
Key Israel and American Jewish leaders are scheduled to
participate in the national economic conlerence for Israel
Bonds in Chicago. Top row (left to right) are Mrs. Golda Meir,
Israel's Minister of Foreign Affairs; Levi Eshkol, Finance Min-
ister; Dr. Y. Foerder, chairman of the Bank Leumi Le-Israel;
Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, chairman of the board of governors of
the Israel Bond organization.- Bottom row (left to right) are
Abraham Feinberg, president of the Israel Bond organization;
Dr. Joseph J. Schwarti, vice president; Mrs. Joseph Chemer,
chairman of the National Women's Division; and Mrs. Ora
Schweitzer, public relations director of the Atomic Energy
Commission of Israel.
THEN TO TEL AVIV
This is Tel Aviv's Golden Jubilee
ear, and a golden opportunity for
you to enjoy flying at its finest.
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the Atlantic on a luxurious, four-
engine DC-7C (Kosher foods avail-
able on all flights). Then go direct
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* grand tour with the KLM stop-
over plan. Visit London, Paris.
Brussels, Vienna, Rome, and a host
of other historic citiea-at no extra
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Round trip to Tel Aviv; $947.70
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rail KLM: Columbus Hotel, 308
-E. First Street, Miami, Florida.
CHICAGOIsrael's primary con-
cern with economic development
is reflected in the fact that Finance
Minister Levi Eshkol and Foreign
Minister Golda Meir, its foremost
Cabinet members, will be the prin-
cipal speakers at the national con-
ference for Israel under the aus-
pices of the State of Israel Bond
organization.
The conference, which will be
held at the Sherman hotel here,
will be in session for three days
beginning Friday, Sept. 18.
Samuel Ontl. co-chairman with
Jaek Cantor of the Greater Miami
Israel Bond committee, will be a
delegate to the conference.
Dr. Joseph J.' Schwartz, vice
president of Israel Bonds, also
announced that Israel's leading
banker. Dr. Y. Foerder, chair-
man of the Bank Leumi Le-
Israel, will present to the dele-
gates a review of the financial
position and economic possibili-
ties in Israel.
More than 750 leaders from the
United States and Canada are ex-
pected to participate in the Chi-
cago conference, which will offi-
cially inaugurate the fall cam-
paign for Israel Bonds.
In addition, the conference will
observe "a notable milestone in
the history of the Israel Bond
drive," Dr. Schwartz declared. He
said that the Chicago parley
would celebrate the attainment of
the $400,000,000 mark in total cash
sales since the State of Israel
floated its first bond issue in the
United States in May, 1951.
"There is every assurance that
we will go over the $400,000,000
1 figure by the opening of our Chi-
cago conference, if the prospects
for increased collections on out-
standing commitments for Israel
Bonds materialize in the coming
weeks," Dr. Schwartz said.
Among the other speakers at the
Israel Bond conference will be Dr.
Abba Hillel Silver, chairman of the
board of governors; Abraham
Feinberg. president; Dr. Schwartz;
Mrs. Joseph Cherner, chairman of
the National Women's Division;
and Ora Schweitzer, of the Atomic
Energy Commission of Israel.
GOLDEN JUBILEE!
Bar Group
Elects Feibelman
Herbert U. Feibelman. Miami
attorney, was elected a vice presi-
dent of the new South Florida
chapter of the Federal Bar Assn.
at an organizational luncheon in
the Americana hotel during the
recent convention of the American
Bar Assn.
James L. GuilmartinT United
States attorney, was elected presi-
dent. Lawrence Oxman, of Wash-
ington. D. C, past national presi-
dent of the Federal Bar Assn., de-
livered the charter to Guilmartin.
Principal speakers at the lunch-
eon were William P. Rogers, attor-
ney general of the United States,
Maj. Gen. George W. Hickman, jr.,
Judge-Advocate General of the
Army, and Judge Warren Jones,
of Jacksonville, of the United
States Circuit Court of Appeals for
the Fifth Circuit.
Membership in the Federal Bar
Assn. is limited to Federal judges
and lawyers employed by the gov-
ernment and members of the
Judge-Advocate General's Depart-
ment. Feibelman, after nearly two
years of service in the army in
World War I, served as a captain
in the Judge-Advocate General's
Department.
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American Teen-Agers Want Parental
Control in Dating and Allowances
i Arch;ieci s view af Community Hall and Youth Center.
#V. Shore Center Adds New Facility
_! plans for "he construction
h Shore Jewi'b
r have bt-en appr:
bu:ld.nz committee. Max K
lent, armour.
The tan will be .

ij acroM the the ex-
ing.
dtty Ha!) and Y
r ii the oui> religiou>
buildics in the Greater Miami
area That 01 feature a complete-
ly-equipped i d d o o r gymna-ium.
a inch will afiord athletic Endorses
for both young and old.' Krausc
r e \ t a 1 e d The gymnasium JS
scheduled to have a regulation
D be used as a court
.askttball. with basketball
bacfctfops, nets and rims, boxing,
volleyball, indoor tennis and shuf-
fleboard. It will also be equipped
Kushm to be Speaker
Nathan Kushin will be guest
speaker at a .luncheon meeting of
Miami Beach Jxdge. Bnai Bnth,
Tuesday noon at the DiLido hotel.
Kushin will discuss The Econom-
ic System of Soviet Russia."" Dr.
Abraham Wolf son will present a
ewi report on Israel. Gershon S.
Milier is luncheon chairman.
Beth Jacob Given
Israel Spice Box
A Made in Israel spice" box, to
be used at Havdalah services each
weekend, will be presented to Beth
Jacob Congregation by the State
of Israel during Saturday morning
v
The gift marks Beth Jacobs con-
tr.bution to the Greater Miami Is-
rael Bond campaign William G.
Mechanic, congregation pre-ident.
designated Hyman P. Galbut.
noal secretary, to make the
BtatMM during the Saturday
morning sen-ice.
Rabbi Tibor Stern will accept
tha ..pice box in behalf of the con-
gregation.
Beach Youth
Elected President
Southeast Federation of Temple
Youth, an affiliate of the National
Federation of Temple Youth.
which includes Florida. Alabama
Georgia. South Carolina and East-
ern Tennessee, has chosen Denis
R. Ru>s. son of Dr. and Mrs. Nor-
man J. RUSS. of 4350 Nautilus dr.,
to be its new president.
Denis represents Temple Beth
Sholom. He is president of the Mi-.
ami Beach High School Student
Council.
Denis attended the National In-
stitute and national board meet-
ings of the NFTY in Indiana this
summer, and will play an import-
ant role in the forthcoming bi-
ennial convention of the NFTY
here in November.
Temple Judea
'Polishes Up'
When sessions begin Sept. 8. the
students attending Temple Judea
religious schools uill find newly
air-conditioned and heated class-
rooms for their comfort.
AH classrooms have been paint-
ed, and new desks for teachers
have been installed. It is planned
in the near future to replace all
furniture in the classrooms.
Hebrew school uill begin Tues-
day at 3 45 p.m.; Sunday school
begins Sept. 13. and the ninth and
tenth grade on Friday. Sept. 11.
Temple office and education of-
fice are open Monday through Fri-
day from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.. and Sun-
day until 12 noon, for registration.
Israel Complains
To UN Council
Continued from Pag* 1-A
confiscated mail addressed to Is-
rael which should, according to in-
ternational practice, have been in-
violate.
for all type- of calisthenics, weight-
lifting and wrestling.
The announcement said that
the gymnasium was prompted by
Rabbi Mayer Abramowiti and
the bu-iding committee," who
feel a House of Worship should
cater not only to the religious
and spiritual needs of the com-
munity, but also to its physical
and social needs as well."
Modern classrooms will answer
the expanded needs of the North
Shore Jewish Center in its relig-
ious education. Krauss added. For
teen-agers, the Youth Center will
have playrooms, recreation lounges
and meeting rooms for complete
youth activities sponsored by the
Conservative synagogue.
Louis Reinstein. chairman of the
building committee, announced
that construction of the new build-
ing will begin as soon as bids are
returned and contracts are let.
"Repeated efforts by the Secre-
tary General of the United Nations
and various powers interested in
freedom of navigation have been
frustrated by United Arab Repub-
lic intransigence." says the Israel
letter, which charges the United
Arab Republic with "violation of
the United Nations Charter, Secu- ~~T._
rity Council decisions and general "igoriOn$ fo Get Bill
principles of international law by
obstructing freedom of passage
through the Suez Canal."
Hebrew School
Classes Beginning
Week-day Hebrew school of Mi
ami Hebrew Congregation will be-
gin the new school year on Tues-
day at 3:30 p.m.. when all pupils
must be present to receive their
permanent schedule for the entire
year, according to an announce-
ment this week.
All classes will be conducted in
'the air-conditioned school wing of
the congregation at 1101 SW 12th
ave. The afternoon Hebrew school,
which is affiliated with the Bureau
of Education, will meet on a three-
day week basis, with each after-
noon sesMon two hours in duration
commencing at 3:30 p.m.
Curriculum this year will include
classes ranging from beginners
through Bar Mitavah, with a post-
Bar Mitzvah course as well
The school is staffed with certi-
fied teachers licensed by the Na-
tional Bureau of Jewish Education,
and will be under the supervision
of Rabbi Herschell Saville. spirit-
ual leader of the congregation.
STARLIGHT. Pa American
teena#jar.- -ennt more parental
control. and apparently they arc
iiiline to accept definite limits on
their behavior. At least those are
the overwhelming opinions of a
representative leadership cross-
section of the Jewish teen-age
population.
A survey conducted among the
regional officers of the B*nai
B rith Youth Organization attend-
ng a national leadership training
conference here last week indi-
cated heavy support for curfews,
for keeping parents informed
about plans for dating, and a gen-
eral opposition to public displays
of affection. Participating in the
survey were teen-agers from all;
section- of the United States, as
well ai Mvsnl from Canada.
One condition attached to the
otherwise almost-unanimous
view that community-enforced
curfews is a good thing, was the
general feeling that young peo-
ple past IK need not be subject
to them. But the youth leaders
added that this was not a privi-
lege to be abused.
A larse majority (85 percent) of
these -urvexed agree.l that it was
perfectly acceptableeven desir-
ablelor parents to "be around"
during teen age house parties. By
an even wider margin (90 percent)
the youth leaders agreed that par-
ont- should be informed in "some
detail" about plans for an evening
out. And only 3 percent of the 150
teen-agers participating in the
survey disagreed that parents and
their teen-age children together
should set the return-home time
from an evening out.
The B'nai Brith Youth Organi-
zation leaders were in virtual
unanimous agreement that teen-
age hand-holding in public was
perfectly acceptable behavior but
that any other display of affection
in public was in poor taste.
On a series of questions ,
ins with allowances, it w
yeunasters' unanimous view hw
parents should see* the J2!
ion ef their t
9rs feel*.)
setting, en .mount. A ^
< percent) agreed that
de have a right to inquire a
hew allowance money jt jp^,
And finally, there was ge
agreement that expenses forc
:ng should not be included at
it a teen-ager's allowance
The only question on which ,
youngsters split was one dead
with whether or not parent! shou.
be held responsible for tin n
deeds of their teen-agers. Ah
half of the slight majority ($5.
cent) 01 those who said yes,
an upper age limit of 18.
To Lire n Hearts \V Leu*
Behind h to Liv* I freest
PALMER'S
MEMORIALS
"Miami's Oab-
iewish
Monumcat
MMart"
Scheduled Unveilings
Tuition-Free
Class Revealed
Tuition free Hebrew class lead-
ing to entry in any Hebrew high
school was announced Wednesday
by Rabbi Isaac Ever, spiritual
leader of A^udath Israel Hebrew
Institute, who will conduct the
class.
Children in seventh and eighth
grades, well advanced in Hebrew,
will meet three times weekly for
two-hour periods. Rabbi Ever said
the class will include the Portion
of the Week. Mishnah and Talmud.
The class is open* to those who
have already attended a higher
school for Hebrew education, and
want to continue their Hebrew-
studies.

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JERUSALEM (JTA) Israel
will deliver a note to the Bulgar-
ian Government demanding pay-
ment of $2,700,000 compensation
for damages caused by the shoot-
ing down of an El Al plane in 1955
with the loss of 58 lives.
"The United Arab Republics
continued policy of arbitrary inter-
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Services This Weekend
CAMDUUGHTiMG TMt
1 Etui 6:17 p.m.
Page 13-A
n.TH YESHURUN. 17080 Collins
?*T Conservative. Cantor Jacob
|colil'*rb- ___#___
SRAEL. 7801 Corlylo OVO.
Orthodox- R.bbi Isaao Ever.
h-,.v > I'*' r4uura.iy'8:> km
. \.r Taml.1 Award to Mark
I.thun son of Mr. and Mro. Dennln
"JI?, t' '"1 " J. Mm-" be Both Competent and
SrtUI" Uueat speaker alao eched-
wl.m 1-loyd Fine, otudent at
N.'/.w Theolos.cal College of
on of Mr. and Mro.
juOATH t
Lnkle Hi., son or I
*SHE EMES. 2538 $W 1Mb avo.
I'comervatiwo. Maxwell Sllberman,
Ipreiiotnt.
rfTH DAVID. 2435 SW 3rd avo. Con.
lurvative. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg
Icantor William W. Lioson.
l,','"v a.m. R.r Mltzvah: Rob-
t! ',,,. Mr. and Mr. Arthur Hhelr;
w'fu. "' "' Mr William Shayne.
,tm EL SW 17th avo. Orthodox.
(Rabbi Solomon Sehiff.
liiu> li l>m. Saturday !:30 a.m.
' ,; nidging Our Ways."
JTH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd avo.
[Conservative. Rabbi Oavid W. Hor-
lioi. Cantor Hyman Pein.
JTH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie avo. Or-
tnodox. Rabbi H. Loult Rottman.
Cantor Maurice Mamchss.
ETH JACOB. 301-311 Washinoton
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tlbor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamchoa.
| i. r, p.m. Saturday 8:80, a-m.
n: "In Pursulns Jl;
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rTH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd avo.
|Orthodox. Rabbi Arie Becker.
JTH TFILAH. 93S Euclid avo. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E Rackovsky.
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JRAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
Ip.O. Box 34-58*. Miami. Rabbi Sam-
|uel April.
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IDE HEIGHTS CENTER. 1*160 NW
Ijna ave. Conservative.'Cantor Email-
Itjel Mandel.
IlagLER GRANADA. 50 NW 61at
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Ramot Hashavim
One of the beautiful districts of
-racl is the Sharon. When you
pvel from Tel Aviv to Hadera,
fou pass almost all the time
Inrough orange groves and green
elds.
|n the Sharon there are many
pet'.lements, and they are close to
*ach other. One of the prettiest
* most interesting villages is
Ramot Haahavim, which recently
celebrated its 25th anniversary
i years of it* existence.)
i.,^' Hashavim was founded
" !933, the first year of the large
Immigration of Jews from Gcr-
"any- Among the immigrants
were were many young people
ih !Jrned t0 Wbbutzlm, but
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(Published by Brit Ivrit Olamlt.)
pi. Conaorvatlvo. Rabbi Bernard
Shotor.
Friday :43 p.m. Saturday S:J a.m.
FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1*01
E. Andrews avo. Ploform. Rabbi
Marlua Ranson. Cantor Sherwin
Levino.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th it. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross.
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HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CON-
OREQATION. 1150 W. 66th St., Palm
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE BINAI. 2030
Polk t. Conservative. Rabbi David
Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun.
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ISRAELITE CBMTER. 3iyg SW 24th
tor. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavaky. _
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1418 Euclid avo.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
Friday 6.30 p.n Saiunl.iv | JO a.m.
Sermon: "Are We Goorl.JudK-
MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1101 SW 12th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Horschell Savllle. Cantor Berele
Kelemer.
Friday 8:30 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Ser-
mon: "Vocabulary of Faith."
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MONTICELLO PARK. 164th st. and
NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Max Lipshitz.
I' I. \ 6:1.'. p.m. Saturday 1:41 I m
Bar Mltxvah: Jeffrey r.>h.-n. RUIott
.Sale. Sermon: "I.If. Is a I'roceaa of
liil.-.irnn.n Before Learning."
NORTH DADE CENTER. 13630 W.
Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi
Henry Okolica. Cantor Herman
Marchboin-Marbiny
Friday 8:13 p.m Sermon: "JudKes."
Baturday 9 am Bkr Mlti\ah: Joseph.
son of Mrs. Doris Winters.
NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620 75th tt
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owlu. Cantor Edward Klein.
SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6436 SW Sth
at. Conservative- Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
Friday 8:10 p.m. Sermon: "Butldlng
for Eternity."
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TEMPLE BETH AM. 8*50 N. Kendall
dr., S. Miami. Rerorm rtabbl Herbert
Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner.
TEMPLE BETH EL. 1646 Polk at.,
Hollywood. Reform. Rabbi Samuel
Jaffa.
TEMPLE BBTH SHOLEM of Holly
wood. 1725 Monroe at. Conservative
Rabbi Samuel Lerer. Cantor Ernoot
Schroibor.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Loon Kronlab
Cantor Davlo Convlsor.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sormonotte and
munlc. Saturday 10:46 a.m. Bar
Mltzvah: Blllv Owens, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Leo SchloM. 491? Plnetroe dr.
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Sheldon Edwarda. Cantor Ben Gross
berg
Friday %M p.m. Sermon: "What Does
Completed Mean?" .Saturday 9 a.m.
Bar Mltzvah: Israel Fried: Jay Bvr-
iter. Sermon : "Preparation and
Chance."
TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washing,
ton avo. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lshrman. Cantor Israal Reich.
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 187 NE 19th st
Reform. Rsbbi Joseph R. Narot
Cantor Jacob Bornstsln.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Tko 81*7-
nlflcance of Prayer."
TEMPLE JUDEA. 820 Palarmo avs
Liberal. Rabbi MSrns Skop. Cantor
Herman Gottlieb.
Friday *:ir, p.m. Sermon: "The Sab-
bath Mind." Saturday service for
Mlnyonalres 9 a.m.
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradl
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Samuel Gombtft-g.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Ouest speaker:
I'hllllp IJihovltz. Topii:, "A lUbbln-
Ical Student Burvvi American Juda-
ism." Suturday 8:45 a.m.
Emanu-EI Names Education Director;
Registration Continues All Departments
HfMOT BLOOM
Bloom New Beth
Sholom Director
Judge Harry Arthur Greenberg,
president of Temple Beth Sholom,
Wednesday announced the appoint-1
ment of Herbert C. Bloom as di-
rector of education and youth ac-
tivities. Bloom succeeds Sydney J. [
Greenberg. who has left to take a
position in Los Angeles.
Bloom is a graduate of Brooklyn
College and New York University,!
with BA and MA degrees in edu-
cation.
He has been, devoted to Jewish'
youth work and education for.
many years, having participated!
as a member and executive direc- ]
tor of Zionist youth organizations'
and summer camps.
Bloom attended Talmud Torah \
Tiphereth Haoroh and Harzliah '
Hebrew Teachers Seminary. He |
cam* to Beth Sholom in 1956 as
youth activities director from
several years as youth director
and instructor at Temple B'nai
Israel, Elmont, L. I.
For many years Bloom was ac-
tive in production and distribution1
of Jewish: audio-visual materials.
During the war. Bloom was a first
lieutenant in the United States
Army, Intelligence Division, in the
European Theatre of Operations,
having taught combat intelligence
and staff duties at army service
schools.
Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu-EI, and
Qr, Herman Mcchlowitz, chairmAO.
of its board of education, announce
the formal opening of religious
school classes lor the new term
! j Tuesday.
Registration for all departments,
nursery, kindergarten, foundation
school and daily religious school is
now in progress.
Special welcome was extended
Wednesday to Rabbi Bernard A.
Mcssman, new education direc-
tor, who he* arrived here te head
the Temple's 700-student school,
by Samuel Friodland, president
of the Temple, and Mrs. Milton
Feller, president of the PTA. '
TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 12100
NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Bennc
M. Wallach.
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. *51
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabb
Leo Helm.
Friday 8 p.m. Sermon: "Weekly Por-
tion." Oner Shahbat host*: Mr. and
Mrs. Sidney Zwlrn. Saturday 9 a.ru.
e-----
TEMPLE ZION. 6720 SW 17th st
Conservative Rabbi Alfred Was
man.
Friday 6:10 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Bar
ih: Mii'hu. i Mm ot Mr. and
Mrs. Kmanuel Moskowlta.
flFERETH ISRAI.L. S600 N. Mum
ave. Conssrvativs. Rabbi Harry L.
Lawrsnco. Cantor Albert Glantz.
'rlilay 8.30 p.m. Sermon: "And Thou
-Jlialt Prepare." Onesr Hnaohat ho-
'e*s: M ICunhner, In hon.ir ol
the marrlaae of hor daufhter. Arlene,
[o lUberl Moses. Saturday I a.m.
Lunch Program
At Beth Israel
Rabbi Stanley B. Weiss, educa-
tion director of Beth Israel relig-
ious school, 711 W. 40th st.. an-
nounces the opening of registra-j
tion.
Classes will be conducted in the,
new school building, which is fully,
air-conditioned and heated, and'
which contains a Youth Center, in-j
eluding facilities for ping-pong,
basketball, voUeyball, and many
other games.
A n extensive extra-curricular
program has been planned, which
will feature picnics, outings, mov-
ies, baseball, and football.
Rabbi Weiss said that the Ko-
sher Lunch Room project will en-
ter its fourth year. Students of the
Hebrew school participating in the
program, are given Kosher lunch-
es, with children afforded the op
portunity to practice dietary laws
and recite "the blessings. Children
attending Nautilus Junior High
School are given free transporta-
tion to and from school for the
Kosher lunch program, which is
available only to students of Beth
Israel religious school.
During the past three years,
alumnni of the Beth Israel relig-
ious school have been accepted in
Yeshiva University in New York,
and Ner Israel Rabbinical CoUege
in Baltimore.
Registration hours at Beth Israel
are 9 a.m. to S p.m.
Rabbi Mussman was born in
Chicago. 111., and attended public
schools there. He is a graduate of
the Central Hebrew High School of
Chicago and received his BA at
Roosevelt University and MA in
educational administration and
guidance from Northwestern Uni-
versity.
He also attended the College of
Rabbis to Meet
New Consul Here
Rabbis of Greater Miami will
greet the new Consul of Israel.
Moshe Leshem, and install Rabbi
Alfred Waxman as Israel Bond
chairman of the Greater Miami
Rabbinical Assn. at a breakfast
meeting Thursday morning, Sept.
10, in the library of Temple Is-
rael, it was announced by Samuel
Orilt, general chairman with Jack
A. Cantor of the Greater Miami
Israel Bond committee.
Oritt said that Leshem had ex-
pressed "particular interest" in
meeting the rabbinate of Greater
Miami 'who were so instrumental
in helping to make Miami the
leading city in tbe United States
last year in increased economic
aid to Israel through the High
Holidays Israel Bond program un-
der the leadership of Dr. .Irving
Lehrman and Joseph Cohen."
At the meeting of the rabbis
next Thursday, plans will be made
for this year's High Holidays Is-
rael Bond campaign. The rabbis
will also extend a welcome to the
new spiritual leaders here who
have been called to serve Miami
congregations.
High Holidays include Rosh Ha-
shona, Oct. 3 and 4, and Yom Kip-
pur, Oct. 12.
Jewish studies and the Hebrew
Theological College of Chicago.
Kabbi.-A4us.sman is a graduate or-
dained rabbi of the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary of America,
where he also received an MS de-
gree in Hebrew Letters.
While at the Seminary, he served
as assistant director of the Semi-
nary School of Jewish Studies.
Upon hit ordination in 1952, he
became a chaplain in the US.
Army and was stationed at Ft.
Benning, Ga. He later served as
spiritual leader of the Scottsdale
Jewish Center of Chicago for one
year, and in 1955 was caUed to
Congregation Adas Israel in Wash-
ington, D. C, as its associate rabbi
and director of education. He
served in this capacity until Au-
gust, when he assumed his respon-
sibilities at Temple Emanu-EI.
While in Washington, Rabbi
Mussman served as a member of
the executive board of the Jew-
ish Community Council of Great-
er Washington, the National
B'nai B'rith Youth Committee,
secretary of the Rabbinical
Assn. of Greater Washington,
and president of the Educators
Council of Greater Washington.
From 1957 through 1959. he
served as department chaplain of
the American Legion of the Dis-
trict of Columbia. From 1956 to
1959, Rabbi Mussman was a mem-
ber of the United Synagogue Com-
mission on Jewish Education, and
was- consultant for the United
Synagogue for the Seaboard Re-
gion. He is a member of the Rab-
binical Assembly of America, the
Educators Assembly, and the Boy
Scouts of America advisory com-
mittee.
Rabbi Mussman is married and
the father of three children.
Memorial Meet
For Noted Author
Memorial meeting in memory of
the late David Pinsky will be held
jointly by the Labor Zionist As-
sembly of Greater Miami and Yivo
Thursday, Sept. 10, at Kneseth Is-
rael Congregation.
The meeting will memorialize
the world-renowned Yiddish au-
thor who passed away Aug. 10 in
Haifa. Israel.
Cantor Abraham Seif will ren-
der the liturgical program, which
begins at 8 p.m.
Monticello Buys i
New School Bus
Monticello Park Jewish Center
will open its school year Tuesday,
when students of the nursery and
Hebrew divisions begin their stud-
ies.
The congregation, which had 65
members live years ago, ranged
sixth last year in the number of
students in the more than 35 Jew-
ish schools in Dade county.
In order further to service the
community, a school bus has
boon purchased by the Center to
provide transportation for areas
such as Sky Lake, Ives Estates
and Eastern Shores.
Abraham J. Gittelson, education
director, announced a special pre-
| confirmation program for eighth
: and ninth grade students leading
! to confirmation after a two-year
course of study.
New members of the faculty will
include Isadora Dickman and Mrs.
Arthur Hirschberg, who will be
joining Mrs. Jack Diamond, Mrs.
Saul Frechtel, Mrs. Joseph Green-
: berg, Mrs. Michel Gruen, Mrs..Sid-
I ney Kay, Mrs. Seth Levene, Mrs.
Irving Seidel, and Mrs. Sam Seigel
and Mrs. Rudolph Wichter, as staff
i members.
Klddush hostess: Mrs. Lillian I-a*ter.
In memory of her late husband, Mor-
ris. '
TORAH TEMPLE. 1254 West ave
Traditional. Rabbi Abraham Cassel
SitvIc.s Friday evening and
day morning-. Dally prayer and medl
tatlon
- o
YOUNG ISRAEL. 16760 NE 10th ave
Orthodox.
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44 Za
mora ave. Conservative. Rabb* B
Registration for new nursery school at Temple Ner Tamid.
Left to right are Mrs. Yvette Silberger and teacher Mrs. Hope
Herman.
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Friday, September 4,

Broking Wifh Books: By HILARY MINDLIN
'Eva' Still Leaves Story Of Jewish Tragedy Untold
EVA. By Mfixer Levin. 311 pp. New York: Simon and
Schuster. $3.95.
EVA, IN HEBREW, means life. Thus does Meyer Levin.
" author of Compulsion" and "The Old Bunch." sym-
bolize his theme in the name of his heroine, for. he says,
"I wrote this book to celebrate life itself, the immeasur
able survival force that is the God urge in humanity, and
that has been exemplified so continuously in the Jewish
people." The story of the miraculous survival of a Jewish
girl from the death trap of Nazi-occupied Poland is a true
ont; Eva herself has recently been revealed to be Mrs
Ida Lev, now a Ramat Can housewife and mother of two
sabras.
In order to escape. Eva assumed the identity of a
Ukrainian Catholic girl. Katya Leszczyszyn. She wore a
gold cross and a peasant outfit and memorized a whole
family and childhood. In this guise she managed to reach
Nazi Austria, where she became a housemaid for a Ger-
man couple. The German couple, very pleased with their
Katerina. asked to adopt her as their own daughter, and
there is an ironic scene in which a GerratnhtttlOB com-
mittee solemnly examines her and certifies this .Iewi-.li
girl as "pure Aryan."
For Katya, however, the adoption was penloui, since
in the process, her real identity would certaiply be dis-
OOVtoed She contrived to leave the household and spent
nearly two more free years working at the Hermann Goer-
ing munition works. Her terror at meeting someone
who might give her away was constant. Even more com-
pelling, however, was her own desire to share her secret
with a few people, lest she lose Eva forever and become
Katya for the rest of her life.
When the inevitable betrayal came, she was sent to
Auschwitz. Even this, with a mixture of luck and fan-
tastic spirit, she survived, escaping from the Auschwitz
death march in the final days of the war. Postwar Poland
taught her that she could not avoid being a Jew, whether
she wished it or not; and so she made her way to Palestine
the final decision for identity and selfhood.
This. then, is the story. It has been told many times
before: factually, as in "Notes from the Warsaw Ghetto"
Between You and Me:
BORIS SMOLAR
Jewish Groups Battling to Meet Khrushchev
THERE IS GREAT confusion among
American Jewish organizations in
connection with the arrival next montb
of Soviet Premier Khrushchev in this
country. Numerous Jewish groups,
large and small, want to be represented
on a delegation that may seek to meet
with Khrushchev on the treatment of
Jews in the Soviet Union. Some of these
organizations do not hesitate to bother the
ment seeking to arrange that Khrushchev receive their
representatives.
Other organizations do not want things to be left to
chance, and apply to the Soviet Embassy in Washington
directly to be put on the list for a possible meeting with
Khrushchev. All this does not add to American Jewish
prestige, either with State Department officials or with
Soviet Embassy officials. Among the Jewish organizations
seeking to get on the bandwagon are minor groups whose
*-- .,.*
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Beatniks Among Us
A NEW YORK newspaper re-
** viewing the recent book by
Vale Dayan. daughter of Israeli
len. Moshe Dayan. wants to know
f the beat generation and the
eatnik have come to Israel too.
He came then- kmg ago Did
lot Solomon lay; Vanity of vani-
iesall is vanity." what profit,
soifl Koneiein. "nath man of all his labors under the
sun?" Solomon advises us not to righteous
to eat and drink and love, and that's all there is iu
it. And this book is in the Bible.
The Mi.irash has a story ot | discussion amon?
rabbis whither it is better to have been born or
not. and concludes that it Is bettor not-but how
many, it asks, have that luck The despair of the
"beat generation" is old stuff, as old is thOM booei
of the dinosaurs which archaeologists from time
to time dig up.
But basically. I think, this despair of the "beat
generations" is a pose and a veneer. The New York '
Times recently had an article on the beatniks which
said: "They are against all social conventions ex-
cept social security" That Is comical but it has
a vein which commands some respect if you serious-
ly begin to mull over it. The beatniks at bottom
are a protest auainst the conventions and against
unnaturalness and legalisms which tend to enslave
As I write this. I read in the papers a long
story about a crowd of Hassidim going to Idlewild
Airport to see off their rabbi to Israel. The rabbi
was to have his son wedded in Israel; and the wed-
ding, the newspaper story says, will take place in
the open air in Israel, with the sky as the canopy.
The Hassidim believe in nature and in the
natural instincts and in the joy of life, so they don't
have so much need of psychiatrists. They do not
whiskev Th eXEF WhelthCy ,uve had ,0 much
JStT- I,ey M!CVe ,hal a ^tle of whiskey
can be a help to the religious life: Thev believe
drawer d0eSn'1 JN WhCn WP "e "H-dSE
draws from us. So they sing and dance when they
gry. They speak of prayer as a marriage with
The beatniks of course have not thought out
a philosophy as have the Hassidim, and beatniks
are minus that spiritual quality which marks Has
sidinr But they have caught a glimmer of the
Hassidic truth, perhaps. The beatniks have taken
!*. ?*iS,ng bwd" t0 Maybe ^y "> ret put
on kaftans.
Boy, wouldn't that be cool!
voice on matters concerning the protection of rights of
Jews abroad is of no significance. On the other hand,
among the major Jewish organizations, there are some
that are inclined to doubt the. wisdom of seeking any
meeting with Khrushchev.
They ask themselves whether such a meeting would
be of real value, and whether it would not merely give
Mr. Khrushchev a forum to repeat his well-known views.
The matter has reached a point where the National Com-
munity Relations Advisory Council had to step in. inas-
much as the entire issue requires coordination of Jewish
thinking and action. NCRAC would, of course, like to see
an all-inclusive Jewish delegation formed of personalities
able to impress the Soviet Premier.
At present the chances of forming such a delegation
are very slight. However, there seems to be general
agreement on one thingif a delegation is to be sent, it
should be composed of not more than four people.
The National Community Relations Advisory Council,
which is attempting to bring coordination and dignitv into
any planned Jewish meeting with Khrushchev, seems to
be aLso interested in clarifying the questions to be pre-
sented to Mr. Khrushchev. In this area also, unity is
necessary, if any positive achievements are anticipated
The general sentiment seems to be not to raise with
Khrushchev the issue of permitting Soviet Jews to emi-
grate to Israel.
The raising of this issue, it is argued, would only
bring in Israel and Zionism into the discussion with
Khrushchev and could spoil rather than improve mattters
Thus, it is suggested that, if and when a meeting with
Khrushchev does take place, emphasis should be laid pri-
marily on restoration of Jewish cultural rights in the
Soviet Union and on the abolishment of restrictions
against Jews in higher education and in government serv-
ices. Also on demanding equal religious freedom for
strsssfw,,h the r,gh,s enjoyed by ,h"r na,in-
The question of emigration from the Soviet Union-it
U recommended-should be discussed ,n a genera was
and not in terms of "let my people go." From what 1
8n^ Jhc *">""*" **** Commit,,.,. wien 1 no
affiliated with the National Community Relations Ad
-ory Council, has so far no, been approached "v fhe
Kh ^h h i0ul P,annmg a'Ui ac""n Wllh regard to
SL7tS?rl.A^nr f" ",d,ca"0"s Point to the fact
Overseas Newsletter: By ELIAHU SAIPETER
ana me imiiu>jw ui nni, semi-iictionallv as ,_
House of Dolls;" autobiographically, as in The n
Anne Frank," and many others. It is not the raJai? **
itsejf which makes this boqkjfsvtuaua Mtfuld be i""
one who welcomes any book which helps to keep thp *
ory burningly alive. w me
But the fact is that the book is flat. Perhapi iti
in first person narrative, hampered Levin, since h tkJl
had to stay within the limits of the very limited char**1!
of Eva and refrain from his own commentary Pm* I
his heroine was too remarkably resilient and well-adhw I
to communicate her experience any differently lUS
tries strenuously to make something meaningful out ofO
"clinging to identity" theme, but never does the rJi '
feel that Eva is in any real danger of such lost nor I
there any hint of the tremendous horror and pain which11
human being suffers when threatened by this kind old*I
placement of soul. "*i
I think that Meyer Levin could not escape the com-
instinct in writing "Eva," which was to try to give ta
girl's story a theme, a significance, outside of the sbtel
fact of survival. In his failure to do so, he has pointed th 1
way. I believe, for future works. Nearly fifteen yearil
have passed since the full tragedy of the Jews was mjiJ
known. It is time now for us to begin to look to our writer!
for a fictional integration of what has happened to us*
a people and as individualsfor what 4s fiction but Z
attempt to, find something meaningful in experience'"
Althpugh the Jews have suffered death and yet'liW
it is not an Eva, bursting with love and life, who can hi'
the symbol for that miracle. Nor is it Anne Frank
all her charming naivete. We need something which wifl
distill for us the full tragedy and the full triumph
And it has not been written yet.
Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Teen-Agers Making It
Washinfloa
IS THE AMERICAN "sabr" sold short]
in comparison with his Israeli cousia?
The U.S. teen-ager may be even mote-
sophisticated than the idealized native-
born Israelis. The American sabra. pn> I
duced by a U.S. Jewry bow 80 pereeat
native-bom, was observed at Camp B'nai]
B'rith in Pennsylvania.
The American Jewish milieu, despite other short-.
comings, has contributed relatively lew juvenile delta-
quents and beatniks. Here, youth has been spared the
publicity which did much to spoil young Israelis.
While the vanity of Israeli youth is understandable,
it bespeaks a need for the maturity that typified the you*
Americans at Camp B'nai B'rith. The campers lacked
the glamor of the rifle-bearing Israelis. But they obviow-
ly would rise to the occasion if America were similarly
embattled. In physical appearance and animation, the
Americans were no less attractive than the Israelis.
In Israel, many sabras are pleased to be told they
loo* "(.entile." The same observation was made of the
typical young Americans at Camp B'nai B'rith. From
several came a rejoiner: "What's wrong with looking Jew
I f u ,hc fe,lows singled out dark-complexioned
girls of the "Jewish type" as the "cutest and most pop-
ular in camp."
The scores attending the B'nai B'rith Youth Organ-
ization s leadership training conference were refreshingly
tree irom self hate. Included were 96 presidents and vice
of BBYO regional councils and 30 tcen-agen
who were counselors in training.
Among the young people, there was no evasion of
me Jewish religious obligation to support Negro righti.
hv ,k c ,00k a view ,hat Admiral Strauss was rejected
DJ the Senate as Commerce Secretary solely on his record
** an individual. .
Goons and Teddy-Boys Behind the Haifa Riots
JHERE HAD BEEN trouble Sat"
Vnrt^a*df Sal'b Section' habited by
North African immigrants. Next came
a disturbance in Migdal Haamek, then
trouble at Beersheba. The goons arrest-
ed at Beersheba turned out to be resi-
dents of Wad. Salib. The question arose
as to who sent them to Beersheba, and
why. Then came another outburst, again inHSffwH
Mapai had announced a public meetine on n... *_.
day evening, to be held at h- -.T g that Fn"
prevent the entry of those STVEtV^^C! to
toons." The police were aware of tu Si 2* "mne'
tbe spot to disperse them. M "us. and were on
While the sparsely attended meeting was on ,
SfiLS ^h Haroush's mcn ***** ZttoxSZZ
snd began throwing stones and bottles at th*Lw-2^
Some of the bottles were filled with kerosene SI'S
entered the houses, climbed up the SftiSaft
house wJi,hCkeri- When the POK* tried t0 en,erthe
th^wl f8e*med to the "nter of tbe commotion,
from S refr? enlry- sdde"y single shot was find
TlTri^ at ,he door ^nind which the policemen stood.
e Police warned that they'd use tear gas. Finally, tbe
^rJ"r^.' ,nside P"<* found Ben Haroush
wTs Ik h'S ** In Ben Haroush's pocket
was found the p.stol from which the shot was fired.
hvateBrLii'en' bo,h.,he Kovemment and public took a le
was^nri' MifVf.,he events- U the government line
hoSv U) **? "* "xferiymg cause of the trobules
however i'7' the 0rie"tal immigrants, who do feel-
^mm^^'^-^^^^ted again* by the Ashkenaii
earned rjf^n,pWled lnd *correet interpret at.on be-
to^ p^uJ^rTfJ1"1 nb0dy re*U*d ^ Was Tt
oT^n^SL1".11* r*port "no* discovery of pUf
townrf fuTSf group to l*e disturbances in the
Sbesn .iSlSheaa- Miiiiir thing w that, in Bet
S!^,"*51***1" ^l only Orie-Ul i
unmto^,i.Til.1

Lay, September 4. 1959
* JenI si'itcrJdHan
Page 15-A
OMUL
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BY HENRY LEONARD
LEGAL NOTICE
"Lunar Expedition F42 calling Earth... Sine* on*
day up here last* two weeks, Corporal Hymon
wants to know what to do about Shabbas."
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 47400 C
.IN RE: BaUU of
THOMAS LAWS. IN TIIRELKEIJi
I > CSS1 cl.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Cn JI torn and ah Person* Hat
bur Claims or Demands Against Said
B*t**a:
You .m- In i.l.i notified, and re-
quired In pits,iil .,n\ claims anil de-
nuuida which you mai have against
ill'- estate ,,f THOMAS [.AW BON
ihuklkkld deceased late of Dade
County, Florida, to tb Count) Judges
Of Uade I'minly, and III,- Hi.- -.mi- lii
their offices in the County Court'
house In Dade County, Florida, with-
in eight ,'al.oi'lar months from the
date of the first publication hereof,
or the aaine will he barred.
HOMER C. THHBIJvBLD
Administrator of the Estate of
Thomas lawann Threlkeid
ENUBL and HOI SEN
Max P. F.iik.-I. >f < ounsel
VK Blscayne Building
Miami 32, Florida
FRanklln 3-0M2
8/28.9/4-11-18
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that
he undersigned, desiring to engage
business under the flrtltloua name
If CARIBBEAN AIRCRAFT SUPPLY
Kl. at 3120 N.W* 59th Auenue. in-
I, n Turk ,,( the Circuit Court of Dad*
suit v. Florida.
JANE K. MEDINA
I.I'IS O. MEDINA
v 11-18. 9/4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
-1 -11 I. desiring to engage In
v under the fictitious name of
|,i \i\us liquors ,t MM N w. Ird
Intends to register aald name
the Clerk of the Circuit dun of
,. rountv, Floi da
MARTY HELLER, sole owner
8/21-2*. 9/4-11
-r-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY C.IVK.V that
I lersigned, desiring to engage In
luidnt-ss under the rictltlou* name of
JERSAILLE9 si'\ DRIES at Ver-
billis lintel, 8425 I'olllns Avenue.
|ll:imi Reach. Ha., intends to register
aid name with the Clerk of the Clr-
luit Court of Dade County. Florida.
CILHKRT NICHTER. sole owner
LEON A EPSTEIN
Attorney for Applicant
l.'n Lincoln Road
8/21-28. 9/4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY I1IVEN that
Ihe un,l( i sinned, desiring to encase In
juslm-ss under the fictitious name of
I'l.Aiil.KH SHOE STORE at 1211 W.
FUgler St., Miami 35, Fla.. Intend!
\ register said name with the Clerk
bf the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Porida
HANNAH SI'TTON. sole owner
8/21-J8, 9/4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIKHF.HY Q1VBN that
lie undersigned, desiring to en*age In
business under the fictitious name of
) v s SHOE STORK M Itt* 1MB.
inil Ave., Miami Intends t>> register
b.ii'l name with the Clerk of th,
I-titt Court of Hade County, Kl,,.
li-.... WILLIAM || SPIRES
pil.I.IAM I BRENNER
[ for Applicant
k In Rom
8/14-21-28,9/4
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H. S GRUBER .
PntsipiNT
GEORGE J. TALIAROFF
CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 47337
IN RE: Estate of
SYLVIA BECKMAN also known
as BUNNY (iAER
Ilereased.
NOTICE TO CREOITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified ami requir-
ed to present any claims and demand*
which you may have against the
estate of SYLVIA BECKMAN, also
known aa BUNNY over d<
late ,,f I'aile County, Florida, to the
Coiintv Judges of Dade County, an,I
file the same In their office* In the
County Courthouse In Dade County,
Forlda. within eight calendar monthi
from the date of the first publication
hereof, or the name will be barred.
SAM BECKMAN. A- Executor
of the Estate of SYLVIA BECK-
MAN. also known as BUNNY QAER
netiRue cheren, \u..in,>
07 Olvmpls Building
Miami. Florida _,.,_
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned. dealrlng*to engage In
business under the fictitious names of
BEL-TEL ANSWERPHONB SERV-
ICE. CUB: HBIeTKI, AN8WEKIM;
SERVICE CLUB: BEL-TEL 'PHONE
SERVICE CLI'B: intend* to register
aald names with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, and In
other parts of the State of Florida.
PARA.MOrNT ADVERTISING.
PUBLIC RELATIONS A
PROMOTIONS. INC.
8/14-11-28.9/4
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th* undersigned, desiring to engage In
business .under the fictitious name of
ADVANCE RESEARCH BUREAU, at
IM1 Congreaa Building Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
EDWARD .1 JAPIIE
WELL1SCH. IhoUGHKKTY & ZAIAC
Attorney* for Advance
Research Bureau.
8/14-21-28,9-4
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
tias at tTW-U N.W, 17th Avenue,,
Miami, Floriila Intend* to reglater said
name with the Clerk of the Circa!!
Court of Dade County, Florida.
THE INTERNATIONAL ART
SHOW. INC. a Fla. corporation
B) PAUL \V. WATSOX.
President
MARVIN ALAN ROSMAN
Attorney for The International
Art Show, Inc.
1/14-81-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
HARMONY APARTMENTS at 1059
Collins Avenue, Miami Beach. Fla.,
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Count v, Florida.
JACK and OLGA KAIIN
' 124-11th St., Miami Beach. Ma.
8/14-21-28. 9/4
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 469S4-B
IN RE: Estate of
SAM YKGEM)WITZ a/k/a
SAMUEL YEOELOWITZ.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claim* or Demand* Agaln*t Said
Estate: ,
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed t,, present any claim* and demands
which hava against the
A'iTZ a/k a
SAMUEL
I their offices In the
Count) 'mi i b' >'-' it Dade County.
Florida, within eight calendar uiorrths
from the date of the first publication
,,r the same will be hi
EDWARD '!
ENOLANDER A TENDRJCH
Alton
Miami Beach, Florida
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ROYS COCKTAIL LOUNGE SPE-
CIALTIES at 1320 North Miami Ave-
nue, Miami. Florida intends to reg-
ster aald name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
ROY TANNENBAUM
SHELDON J. SCHLESINGBR. Eaq.
Attorney for Roy'* Cocktail
Inunge Specialities
________________8/211,9/4-11-18
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUiT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 59C 7360 ....
Koski.i.a McBLRROWS,
Plaintiff,
vs.
L. B Mclil RItoWS,
I efendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: L. B. McBURROWS
Route 1
Flnlcyson. Georgia
You an- hereby notified that a Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer mi the
Plaintiff's attorney, BERNARD B.
WF.KSLER. 309 Industrial Bank Build-
ing. Miami 32. Florida and file the
original thereof In the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on ,,r be-
fore the 7th day of September. IS',:'.
If you fall to do *o otherwise, the
allegations of aald Complaint will be
taken as confessed by you
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 3rd
day of August. A.D. 1959.
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dade Countv, Florida
(seal) By: K. M. LYMAN,
Deputy Clerk.
8/7-14-21-28
ATTENTION
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tor messenger service
LESAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
PAN AMERICAN WHOLESALE DIS-
TRIBUTORS a* 2195 8.W. 2."Ill Ter-
race. Miami. Florida Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
JOSEPH SHAVBIJi
Role Owner
EUGENE M. ALBERT
Attorney for Applicant
H(i4 Rlscaylie Bids.
Miami, Florida
I St, I t-11-18
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
111,1.-' the fictitious It*
MINYON CLUB at Jiti N.E. 2nd Ave.,
Miami Int.-nils i said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
, I .,,!, i 'ounty, Florida.
NATHAN ABRAHAM
8/28.9/4-11-18
IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 445S4-A
RE: ESTATE OF
BESSIE LESSER, also known as
BESSIE FRANKEL
1 leceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE la hereby given that 1
have filed my -final report and peti-
tion for Final Discharge a* EXECU-
TOR of the estate of BESSIE LES-
SER, also known as BESSIE FRAN-
KEL deceased: and that on the 5th
day of Ootober, 1959. I will apply to
the Honorable W. F. BLANTON
County Judge of Dade County, Flor-
ida, for approval of said final report
and for final discharge aa EXECU-
TOR of the ESTATB of BB88IK
LESSER, alao known aa BESSIE
FRANKEL. deceased.
This 24th day of August, 1959.
MAURICE G. FURMAN
MYERS. IIBLMAN KAPLAN
li:,n s W. 1st St., Miami. Fla.
Attorneys for fetUU* ^ lf>||
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR'DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTV. IN CHANCERY,
No. 59C742S
BETTY BURDETTE DEES,
Plaintiff,
CARL I. DECS,
1 icfemlant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: AD Carl L.
N.A.KT.F.
c/o Aircraft Maintenance
Naval Air Station
Mi mphla, Tenneaaea
You are hcnln notified that a Bill
Itiplatnt for Divorce has been
filed against you. and vou are re-
oulred to serve a copy of your Answer
or I'leadiiiK to the Bill of Uomplalnt
on the plaintiff* Attorney BIDNE1
M ARONOV1TZ. 1001 Alnsley Hull,I
inir. Miami It, Florida, and file the
I Answer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 7th day of September,
1959. If you fall to do so, Judgment
by default will be taken against you
for the relief demanded In the Bill
of Complaint. I
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FI-oRlDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, thia Sth day of August, A.D
195' E. B LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
(seal) By: K. M. LYMAN
Deputy Clerk
8/7-14-81-28
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (HV'EN thnt
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
s MIAMI BRAt H
ESTATE LICENSE I
SCHOOL at 1887 Washington Avenue,
Miami Beach Intends to register aald
sir He clerk of the Circuit
County. Florida.
BLIA BROOKS. Sole Owner
I I 4-81-. 9/4
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS H IIVEN thai
the ad. desiring to engaEe In
I he mim.ms name of
H1N M, IK- HOW SKY'S at 1458
Flor-
ida Intend to r< I with
the ci. :, Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
-KY
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 471*3
In RE: Estate of
ANNA ROSEN HECK
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Person* Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Jtald
Estate: *
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and dema-idt
which you may have against the
.state of ANNA ROSEN HECK, de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same In their offlcea In
the County Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty. Florida, within eight calendar
months from the date of the flret
publication hereof, or the same will be
barred.
ETTA WEISSIlKltC.KIi.
Ekecul riz.
LEONARD H. RUBIN
Attorney
1(18 Metropolitan Bank Bblg.
Miami 32: Florida
- S'll- ', i
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORtOA.
IN CHANCERY NO. 59C 7699
I.IN DA BUCKLES,
Plaintiff
v:
TROT BUCKLES,
I icfendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Mr. Triiv Ujnklcs
Route No '
Elisahethlon, Tenn.
You TROY RUCKLES are hereby
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has Iwen filed against you,
and you are required to serve a oooy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's
Attorney. BENNETT A POPPER
9629 S. Dixie Highway. Kendall M,
Florida and file the original Answer
or Pleading In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
81st day of Seutdiiber. 1959. If you
fall to do so, judgment by default
will be taken against you for the re-
lief demanded In the Bill of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at .Miami
l-'loi ul.i. thla 13th day of August, A.D.
19:.9.
E.. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(*eal) By: K M LYMAN.
Deputy cleik
BENNETT POPPER
S Dixie Highuay
Kendall .'.6. Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
11-88, 9/4-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY No. 59C 7335
CEIL MBSKO.
Plaintiff,
vs.
JOHN MBSKO,
Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: JOHN ME8KO v
Defendant
546 Ziegler Avenue
Linden. New Jersey
YOU ARE HERE BY NOTIFIED that
a Complaint for Divorce ha* been
filed against you. and you are hereby
required to serve a copy of your an-
swer on the Plaintiff* Attorney.
ANGELO A. AIJ. 1103 Alnsley Build-
ing. Miami 32. Florida, and file the
original answer In the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be-
fore the 21st day of September, 1959,
or the allegations will be taken aa
confessed against you.
DATED at Miami. Dade County,
Florida, this isth day of August. 1959.
B. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
CLcult Conn. Dad* county. Fli>rlda
(seal) By K M. LYMAN.
. I -puty Clerk
8/81-88, !''4-ll
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. 59C 7301
I'M LINE VADEN COATES,
Plaintiff,
vs
WILIJAM ci M'.INi'i: COATES,
I icfcndant
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
to WILLIAM CLARENCE COATEE
Gladys, Virginia
YiH' ARK HERE BY NOTIFIED that
a complaint for Divorce has boon
fPed against you. ami ytm arc hereby
required to senra a copj ol your an-
i to the Complaint for Divorce ,,n
Plaintiff* attorneys and file the orig-
inal Answer In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before th*
fjal d.iv of September. 1959: other-
the allegations ,,f said Complaint
for Divon e i1l be taken as confessed
against you.
Dated this 17th day of August. 19-9.
E. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
(seal) By: R. H. RICE. JR..
Deputy Clerk
TALIANOFF & WAIJ.ER
Attorneys for piaii>tirf
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida ^^
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERESY GIVEN that
the umlei sIkiu'iI. desiring to i-ni
ler the fictitious name ol
I.of RAJJCH.MAN MOTORS at 8108
N.W. 36th Street, Miami Intends to
register said name %vRh Ihe Clerk ,f
the Circuit Court i,r Dade i
Florida.
LOUTS BAicilMAN. Sole Owner
v 14-21 -28, I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY ':iv
tin- undersigned, desiring to engage In
bualneaa undet the fictitious name tfl
MoTKI. SALES CO it MJ N I
St Miami intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the circuit
Court of Dade Count*. Florid*
M. GRANT. INC
v 8!.ft, 9/4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, ile-li'lnc to enu.ig,- in
- under the fictitious name- of
V I..M COTTONS and FRESHY.IIN
Kilts OH FLORIDA. INC., at 211 N.W
5th street. Miami. Florida intends to
register said names with the Clerk or
the Circuit Court ,r Da.de County.
Florid.,
VACATION!.AND MODES, INC
Sola Owner
MARVIN I WIENI
Attorney r>,r Applicant
1111 Alnsley Bid*;.
/4-lf-!8-8S
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 45256
IN RE: Estste or
JACOB MILLER
I ,,..' sell
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To A~ll Creditor* and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requlr-
. I to present any claims and demand*
which vou may have against the
estate of JACOB MILLER deceased
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
Cunty Judges of Dade County, and
. i lie same |n their ofrices In the
Countv Courthouse in Dade County,
Florida, within eight calendar month*
from th., date'of the first publication
hereof, or the game will be barred.
ANNA MILLER
LILLIAN MILLER
F\. tit i
BEN BSffEN, An,,, n. v
bold Building
Miami. Ho,....
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN -PROBATE
NO. 46806
IN" RE; Estate of
ISRAEL ROSEN
I ...... -, .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which vou may have against the
Mtata of ISRAEL ROSEN d- -ased
county, Florida, to the
,c,.,inty Judges of Dade County, and
file the same In their offices In the
Count) Courthouse in Dade County,
Florida, within ekfht calendar month*
from the date of the first publication
hereof, or the same will be barred.
SEYMOUR ROSEN
Executor
BEN ESSEN. Attorney
lint Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
8/21-28. ft '4-11
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iJO'CWUIE
It's a good thing that Mrs. Mi-Vey (Yvette)
Krauss has a president's job to occupy her mind
. The couple's one and only, daughter Nikki,
is off to the University of Alabama this year .
California here I come," and off went Lou and
Ruth Gidney on a motor trip there, with son Jef-
frey and daughter Nelsa Speaking of which,
I I Benni-t and his Helen ate back from California, where he was
tMchiro: a course in land appraisal .
Lot- of places to visit since both Fred and Ruth Dalton's chil-
.... c0t married last year ... To New York to visit family, and
then to Si Louis to greet the new grandson that son Richard and
. Man (Jail presented them with ... On to Chicago to see how
h fares with daughter Lois, who Is married to Dr. Howard Gru-
tltt
ovnan s
"World
mer
Home to rest
Watch for a documentary film of Safed Virginia Gerd,
*n exciting European tour with husband Alfred, left him for a
Sort while to embark on her yearly trek to Israel While there,
Ijk. always stays with her former college roommate ... In Safed,
no'ed artists' colony in the midst of the Judean hills, her ex campus
buddy Ellen Wilf, runs a nightclub Strolling along the street
one day, Virginia was hand-picked by a movie director to play the
part ofa typicaf tourist And that's how stars are born.
|F s* mi
On the Birth Front: Jeffrey David Roth arrived Tuesday, Sept.
1 ai Mt Sinai Hospital Parents are Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
(Rosmarie) Roth Bursting their buttons are grandparents Mr.
snd Mrs. Alex A. Straus, 4202 N. Meridian ave., and Mr. and Mrs.
Nat Roth. 337 NE 28th ft. .
Also: William Evan, born to Dr. and Mrs. Val Bloch, of 1801
NE 188th st., No. Miami Beach, July 11 at Mt. Sinai ... He joins
brothers Howard, Cratg and Warren Naming was Aug. 21 at
Temple Sinai of No. Miami, with Rabbi Benno Wallach officiating
Maternal grandmother is Mra. Harry Feltman, New York City
. Paternal grandmother is Mrs. William Bloch, Union City, N.J.
*-
Mr and Mrs. Jerome Linet, 10521 NE 21st St., No. Miami
Beach, and children. Rhonda Sue and Harry Alan, back from their
vacation at Monticello, N.Y., where they were the guests of his
mother. Mrs. Bertha Weinberg Eve is program vice president
of the Adath Yeshurun Temple Sisterhood Husband Jerry is
Temple president Jacob Sber, long-time chairman of the
Greater Miami Israel Bond committee, off with his Mary on their
first visit to Israel Ben Pokotilow leaving for Atlantic City to
visit his children ...
Vacationing at Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville, N.C., are Mr.
and Mrs Leo Sobel, Murray Gottlieb, MT. and Mrs. Joseph Mer-
vis. Mr and Mrs. Irving Greenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Sarokin,
Mr and Mrs. Max Elster, and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pinto.
a wc
Back home again and right in the thick of things are Mr. and
Mrs James Katzman Roz, president of the Bay Division of
National Council of Jewish Women, says New York is wonderfully
Mimulating and physically exhausting Instead of covering
the waterfront. Charles Finkelstcin and his Audrey covered the
Western states Back home, they're helping son Jay get his
trunk packed and addressed to Amhurst The Df- Samuel Gert-
mans are still in California, where they must be on the American
[Ian Jessie writes to friends that they eat three huge meals
a day ...
Everyone goes to Mexico.or Californiathese days Won-
i'er where it will be next year Bert and Mabel Waller, together
with son, Richie. South of the Bprder right now Mrs. Arthur
WillensSis for shortwas either resting or trying on shoes in
Sachs Fifth Ave. Mrs. Harry (Virginia) Orleans and Mrs.
Shepard iRuth) Broad bustling out to their car laden with bundles
from a Burdine's shopping spree.
'M
On the Anniversary Front: Rabbi and Mrs. Pizor Jacobs, of
231 36th st., Miami Beach, recently marked their 53rd wedding
anniversary ... It was a unique event when Dr. Jacob Kaplan,
rabbi emeritus of Temple Israel, who married the couple 52 years
ago in Buffalo. N.Y., remarried them, 50 years later, in Miami
Beach at Temple Beth Sholom Rabbi Jacobs, who retired from
his congregation in Texas three years ago, came here to make it
the couple's permanent home ... He was the first Reform rabbi of
Florida, when he served Ahavath Chesed Congregation of Jackson-
ville back in 1904 .
Also: Bill Goldring and lovely wife Dorothy mark (even years
of wedded bliss Friday The couple plan to sneak off to Nassau
on Sept. 11 for a week's vacation Reason for the delay: Bill,
catering director at the DeauviUe, is preparing for a jam-packed
Labor Day weekend .
And: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Morris, of 1419 SW Mrd ter., marked
an anniversary Aug. 21 Son David was Bar Mitzvah Aug. 29
at Temple Tifereth Israel, with Rabbi Harry Lawrence officiating
David and his brother, Wayne, are grandsons of the Sam Git-
bns, of Miami.
Ml
Miami psychiatrist Dr. George Jacobson and Beach attorney
Arnold Sher off to Mexico via Guest Airlines for two weeks .
After nine and a half weeks in the hospital, Dorothy Kaplan is mov-
ing her residence back home with husband Leon Friends are
nappy about the change of address Dot's auto accident was
that serious Harry Schwartz postcarding friends from deep in
the heart of San Antonio .
Harold and Ruth Hirschfield are back at their 4545 No. Merid-
"" ave home after six weeks in Europe and Israel ... Son Rob-
en has returned from Camp Ramah in time to finish preparation
for his Bar Mitzvah at Temple Emanu-El on Saturday While
e'aest son Howard returns Sunday after seven weeks in Israel with
a i mted Synagogue Youth group Howard detoured to Cleve-
'and, o., to accompany Ruth's mother here for the Bar Mitzvah .
h A^ expected fron> Cleveland are aunt Mrs. Hubert Engel-
n i.v Irwin K,ufmn. Mrs. Donna Yanowitz, and uncle Ben-
, Yanowitz PSFour year-old Barbara, who was home all
summer, u eagerly awaiting the last of the traveling Hirschfields.
* m Mt
Tnh ** f" Am*rican Red Cross disaster training program Mrs.
onus Levy, chairman, in her becoming uniform, with the hash
marks proudly standing for 17 years of service Also Mrs. Stan
Person, Mrs. Bertram Schrank, Miss Elsie Schwabe. Mrs. Rose
Ce<*inued on Page *-
dFewislti Floridian
Miami, Florida, Friday, September 4, 1959
Section C
Plans for a unique "rose ceremony" which
will be part of the installation of officers of the
Women's Division of the Greater Miami Israel
Bond committee at a luncheon Wednesday,
Sept. 23, at the Carillon hotel, are discussed
(left to light) by Mrs. Bernard Sup worth, Miami
chairman, Mrs. Sam F. Danels, installation
chairman, and Mrs. Jack Popick. Miami Beach
chairman. The luncheon will be he first in a
series of festive events highlighting the French-
Israel Festival of Friendship, to be climaxed
Oct. 22 by the French-Israel Fashion Show at
the Forrtainobleau hotel.
Consul of Israel, France to Join Festival; rn*"m ,mM"
Mrs. Moses Epstein Will Install Officers
One of America's most distin-
guished women leaders, Mrs. Mo-
ses P. Epstein, past national pres-
ident of Hadassah. will come to
Miami on Wednesday, Sept. 23. to
help the Women's Division for
State of Israel Bonds launch a
month-long French-Israel Festival
of Friendship, it was announced
this week by Mrs. Max Weitz, Di-
vision chairman.
Opening ceremonies of the unique
Festival of Friendship will take
place at the installation of officers
of the Women's Division at a lunch-
eon in the Silver Chimes room of
the Carillon hotel on Sept. 23. Fes-
tival chairman is Mrs. Paul Jerri
Pollak, while Mrs. Sam F. Danels
is installation chairman.
Giving a diplomatic aura to the
festivities will be the participation
of the Consul of France and the
Consul of Israel in a champagne
toast of friendship, at 11 a.m., pre-
ceding the installation luncheon.
Moshe Leshem, Consul of Israel,
and Jacques E. Turner, Consul of
France, will lead a symbolic cham-
Congress Slates
New Chapter
Rabbi Yaakov G. Rosenberg,
of the South Florida Council,
American Jewish Congress, will be
featured speaker when prospective
Congress members convene in the
borne of Mrs. Milton Boxer, 1821
SW 8tth ave., Thursday evening,
Sept. 10.
The group, which hss so far met
three times, has not yet adopted a
name. Several suggestions are
now being considered. The chapter
is open to residents of the South-
west and South sections of the Mi-
ami area.
Mrs. Benjamin Kamen. chairman
of organization of the Florida
Women's Division, has been serv-
ing sb advisor.
pagne toast to the mutual friend-
ship of France and Israel..In rec-
ognition of Israel's economic pro-
gress, Israel Carmel champagne
will be used for the unique toast.
Mrs. Moses (Judith) Epstein,
who is honorary national chairman
of the Women's Division of the Is-
rael Bond drive, will be the in-
stalling officer.
Active for over three decades in
the Hadassah organization, Mrs.
Epstein's activities on behalf of
Jewish Statehood, both before and
since the State of Israel was estab-
lished, have won her international
recognition. She is a member of
the World Zionist Actions Com-
mittee, the highest body of the
Zionist order.
Mrs. Epstein belongs to a fam-
ily which settled in America a cen-
tury ago, and ching tenaciously to
its traditions of Judaism. She was
born in Worcester, Mass., and at-
tended Hunter College in New
York City. While a student at Hun-
ter, she first became interested in
the creation of a Jewish State.
When she was 21, she married and
immediately became a member
and worker in the young and
struggling Hadassah organization.
'In 1020, seven years after Hen-
rietta Szold founded Hadassah,
Mrs. Epstein organized the first
Hadassah chapter in Far Rocka-
way, L. I. She rapidly became a
national figure, and served as
Hadassah delegate to World Zionist
conclaves in Switzerland.
A frequent visitor to Israel, Mrs.
Epstein is one of the outstanding
American authorities on the new
state.
Opening regular monthly meet-
ing for members and prospective
members of the Greater Miami
chapter of Women's American
ORT will take place Tuesday. 8:15
p.m., at the DeauviUe hotel. The
program will include songs by
M i m i Freed, accompanied by
Dutch Hoff.
ORT Cawpftr General Meeting
First general meeting of South
Miami chapter of American Wom-
en's ORT will be held Tuesday,
8:15 p.m., at the home of Mrs.
Ernest Sohnen, 840 Andora ave.,
Coral Gables.
Child Programs
List Personnel t
The list of professional person-
nel assigned to the early childhood
development program of the four
branches of the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center has
been announced by Efraim H.
Gale, executive director.
When the school year opens
Tuesday, Sept. 8, Mrs. Ethel
Grossman will be continuing as
supervisor of all four nursery
school programs.
She will also be serving as head
teacher at the Miami YMHA. Other
teaching staff members at the Mi-
ami Branch will be Mrs. Herbert
Jacobson, Mrs. George Kramer,
Miss Henrietta Blumoff. At the
Beach Branch, Mrs. Theodore
Weinstock will be returning as
head teacher, assisted by Mrs.
Lester Weiss, Mrs. Edwin S. Pom-
erantz and Miss June Lando.
Mrs. Charles Harris will be head
teacher at the Southwest YMHA.
Other teachers at that branch will
be Mrs. Nathan Tudor, Mrs. Irv-
ing Brenner and Mrs. Bernard
Leiter. At the North County
Branch, head teacfaed will be Mrs.
Everett Brower, who will have on
her staff Mrs. Charles Cole, Mrs.
Phillip Kramer, Mrs. Marvin
Hertz, Mrs. Henry Nelson, snd
Mrs. Bernard Barron.
Each teacher will handle a group
of ten children or less in the three
to four age group. Those teachers
responsible for the five to six-year-
old groups, or the readiness first
grade groups, will handle groups
of 15 children or less.
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Her Hands Create Irene Patai's Light
Irene Patai is an attractive
young woman w.th lovely light
brown hair she wears in a bun
and ivory-hewn hands whose del-
icacy seem to transmit light.
This is in fact tiie case, for
Mrs. Patai is a novelist, here on
vacation with a precocious teen-
age daughter. Emily, to gather
material for a nen novel Her
flarst. "Valley of God." is pub-
lished by Random House and
concerns itself with the prophet
Hosea.
Jewish Floridian book editor-
Hilary Mindlin asked Mrs. Patai
about her Biblical technique.
"Most novels based on history or
the Bible." Mrs. Mindlin observ-
ed, "are full of those -heavily
descriptive scenes involving ma-
jor anthropological research
the marketplace, lurid dances,
pagan ,-rtes of love, and battles.
You seemed to avoid this, and
came up with a novel that is
airy, a delight to read, and beau-
tiful in its simplicity."
Mrs. Patai, her eyes dancing,
confessed that her editor at Ran-
dom House, noted author Hiram
Hay den. "cut about a hundred
pages from my manuscript. Per-
haps if you had read the original.
Pythian Sisters Have Meeting
Roosevelt Temple 33. Pythian
Sisters, met Wednesday evening
at the Temple Hall. 4601 W. Fil-
ler st.
you would find it more like many
of the other Biblical novel- in
this regard.
"The impulse to reproduce the
costumes of the time, modes of
action, geography, and all the
other landmarks that make few-
reality.' is overwhelming. But
I did try to be less pondorou>
anthropologically and more deli
cate artistically."
Did this mean that "Valley of
God" was not a true biographical
studv of Hosea. but a takeoff on
his life?
"To begin with." Mrs. Patai
answered, speaking beautifully
with her hands, "there is not too
much we know about Hosea. The
extent of our knowledge is in the
novel. Bat I feel that more than
a takeoff.' as you put it. would
be presumptuous Why read a
Biblical or historical novel if it
offers no more of an experience
than the Bible or history can
offer?"
"1 hen you mean," Mrs. Mindlin
suggested, "that Hosea is sym-
bolic that it raises Valley of
God' above mere story-telling in-
to the realm of art by creating
the prophet as a symbol of some
ultimate aesthetic significance?"
"Precisely. ;:ie purpose of the
prophet in history was for him
to exalt Israel to elevate Israel
in accordance with the moral pre-
cepts cf God. But Hosea is mar
ried to an adulteress, who ulti-
mately becomes a priestess in
ms. mm patai
. fast ai|
the name of Astarte. Hosea's
blemi'ufcd love thus symbolizes
God's blemished love for Israel.
"Just as God loves an errant
Israel." Mrs. Patai explained,
"so Hosea loved an errant wife.
Both suffer for their love object.
Both are constantly waging a.
battle against evil."
What of the new novel'' "This
Hans Weilby yice president of the Chamber of Commerce of
Surlside. Ba Harbour and Bay Harbor, presents Mrs. Rhea
Cashman Gladwin with a plaque at dedication ceremonies
last week of the new Surf-Bal-Bay Library
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Library Opening
Some 500 residents witnt
the dedication of the Surf Bal Bav
Library last week at 222 95th st\
Surfside. Dr. Joseph Narot. of
Temple Israel of Greater Miam:,
gave the invocation National an-
them was sung by Mrs. Annette
Godwin.
Mrs. William Maxwell, president
of the Women's Division of the
Chamber of Commerce* and the Li-
brary Assn., welcomed guests.
Mrs. George Valentine, vice
president, introduced dignitaries
who included Mayor Shepard
Broad, of Bay Harbor Islands
Mayor Eugene Schwarz. of Bal
Harbor, who later cut the gold rib-
bon opening the doors to the li-
brary.
Also seated on the platform
were Commissioner Charles Hall
Sen. Harry P. Cain, Mrs. Anna
Brenner Meyers, and Mrs. Max
Dobrui. president of the Friends
of the Miami Beach Library.
Mrs. Beulah Butler, secretary
read greetings from the White
House, from Gov. LeRoy Collin*
and others Frank Fden, of the
Miami Public Library, was guest
speaker.
'Leonard Young sang from the
Episodic Cantata, written by Mar-
tin Godwin, who accompanied him
at the piano. Mrs. Lou Cole past
president, introduced guest's re-
sponsible for the creation of the
library.
Presiding at the dedication was
Mrs Rhea Cashman Galdwin
founder, past president, and now
chairman of the library comm.t-
"' '" WeUby. vice president
,of the Chamber of Commerce
presented Mrs. Gladwin with a
Plaque commending her and co-
?%"%?* Lhe Women's Division
of the Chamber of Commerce "for
; their tireless efforts and their suc-
cess in establishing the Tri-Com-
munity Library."
Rev. Charles' H Meeker, of the
Church-by the-Sea, gave the bene
diction.
is something I began many years
agoas a matter of fact about 13
yean ago wnen I lived here for
about ten months and was teach-
ing at the Lear School on Miami
Beach. Random House has an
option on itif 1 can get itj-om-
pleted."
The "if" is a contract with an-
other noted publishing house in
New York City to do a biography
on the life of world-renowned
sculptor Jacques Lipshitz. "De-
livery dte is January. 1961,"
she said, "and tb > puts the novel
somewhere in the background." j
So, too, do Mrs. Patai's teach-1
ing chores in a Long Island high
school, "which keep me constant-
ly on the borderline of fatigue,
and make writing a true labor of
love."
Her extra-curricular life? "There
are friendsin New York writers
don't spend as much time social-
izing as one might imagine But
Mrs. Patai does manage some
spare time for novelist James T. i
Farrell and acquaintances on
Capitol Hill like Sen. Hubert
Humphrey and Sen. Wayne I
Morse.
"Writing is the thing," she told j
Mrs. Mindlin, who appeared[
with Mrs. Patai in a WPST tele
vision broadcast Wednesday. "Be-
yond that, there is love About
love? Well ."
The ivory-hewn hands, waving
again in subtle nuance, indeed
transmit lightthe light of liter-
ature and art.
Friday, September t
Beth Din Meets
With Butchers
Beth Din of the Com.
Va.d Hflksxhruth of CrtH
ami maj^^whoh^ur
kosher meat here thi-Twe^.
Groudan. Vaad presi>n,
nouneed. *
Groudan said that the Beta i
and the wholesalers agreed
accept the highest standard.
supervision to assure the
er that meat has strict na
supervision at the whoteT,
leveL"
Cort Pack Company and
and Company have consented
adhere to the jurisdicti a of
Beth Din, Groudan said, \
that "at another meetuu
keener butchers under its (
vision, standards were laid
that will require the butchers
lead a personally religious lie
assure their trustworthine to i
public."
Market Show at Algiert
Seventh annual Southeast a1*.]
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giers hotel. The show, -ponsortjl
by the Florida Handbag Jnd Jt|
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some 100 of the leading hat
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SOMETHING new, as far as our
local club women are con-
cerned was inaugurated last
S by ch. 10. WPST-. lunch^
-on to which representatives of
many diversified organizations
were invited.
Station manager Walter Koess-
ler informed the club women of
a new program to commence on
Sept. 14. in which many of them
may be participating.
Among guests was Mrs. Sidney
Weintraub, who selected a black
eyelclte sheath for the luncheon,
featuring a square neckline trim-
med with a wide silk faille band,
and for color she added a neck-
lace of multi-colored crystal rock-
like jewelry. Her large picture
hat was in a natural straw and
was banded in black.
Mrs Allen Dawson, president
of the Florida State Assn. of
Parliamentarians, and represent-
ing many other organizations too
numerous to mention, was dres-
sed in an ensemble compiled
from her world travels. Her raw
silk dress was from Japan an
Oriental blue and white tweed ef-
fect sheath with a short bolero
jacket.
Her hand-made white lace cum-
berbund came from Paris, and it
was worn over powder bhie satin.
A hand-carved ivory ring and ear-
rings were from Germany. Mrs.
Dawson, incidentally, is chair-
man of tickets for the coming
Orange Bowl luncheon which will
be held at the Everglades hotel.
v^ h arm inaly
yours, V lebaunt
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was representing the Town Y
Branch of the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center, of
which she is president.
Mrs. Frank Pearce, represen-
ting the Guild of the Museum of
Science and Natural History, for-
merly known as the Junior Mu-
seum, chose the popular shirt
waisW *M time irr a- peach and
white silk check. Her flat pan-
cake stylj hat was frosted in
white.
Selected to serve as a director
on the board was Mrs. Jean C.
Lehman, president of the Feder-
ation of. Jewish Women's Organ-
izations. Looking trim as always,
she wore a black linen sheath
and a white cloche hat with lace
trim. Sitting beside her was the
only man brave enough to accept
the invitation with so many wom-
enFederation publicist Charles
Jacobson and we might note
that he wore a grey continental
tailored suit.

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From the tall and winter
1959*0 collection of Alyssa
Originals, a crease resistant
dress of green, white and
yellow plaid for back-to-
schooL
many of our
back-to-school
style show to be given Sunday
afternoon, 2 p.m., around the
pool at the Americana hotel. It
will feature appropriate styles
for the pre-teen, junior and miss
sizes in a selection from junior
high to college.
Charm Modeling Agency is pro-
ducing the show for the Prom
Shop. 8*15 Lincoln rd., Miami
Beach. It is open to the public.
In the event of rain the fashion
show will be held indoors. Your
columnist will coordinate and
narrate the show.
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day luncheon. Mrs. Gerald P.
representatives dressed
casually far this mid-summer
Yeshivq Women
Hear Vice Pres.
Greater Miami chapter of Ye-
shiva University Women's Organi-
zation met at the Sterling hotel
last week.
Guest speaker was Mrs. Simon
Weber, visiting national vice presi-
er, chose a pink and white eye-
lette shirtwaist with all white ac-
cessories, including a white lace
cloche hat. Mrs. George Simon
wore a muted gold and white-
striped cotton shirtwaist. She
Soltz, B'nai BVith Women's lead- dent of the organization, who
brought greetings from Mrs. Jos-
eph S. Greenberg, president. The
group raises funds for scholarship,
as well as for special science and
medical laboratories at Yeshiva
University in New York City.
The national organization holds
its convention Sept. 20 to 23 in At-
lantic City, N. J.
An unusual meeting which will be part of a television pro-
gram is planned by Israel Bond Women's Division leaders
(left to right) Mesdames Trudy Hamerschlag. Chen chairman;
Paul Jerri Pollak. French-Israel Festival of Friendship chair-
man; and Bernard Kaplan, publicity chairman. The "on the
air" meeting will take place at the studio of ch. 10. WPST,
Thursday morning, Sept 10. when Uxm. Pollak appears as a
guest on the Molly Turner show, together with Moshe Leshem.
Consul of Israel, to discuss the French-Israel Festival of Friend-
ship.
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Floridians concerned about the
status of U. S. air power and air
defense, and about the nation's air
strength compared to Russia's,
will have an opportunity to see
first-hand just what America has
today in Jets, missiles and rockets
at the 1958 Aerospace Panorama,
Miami Beach, Sept. 5 and 6, the
Labor Day weekend.
The occasion Is the Air Force
Assn.'s 13th annual national con-
vention and display of aeronautic
and space equipment
More than 4,000 leaders of gov-
ernment, industry and defense,
and members of AFA will attend.
This is the largest defense meeting
in the nation. During the confer-
ence, Florida in effect becomes
the air capital of the world.
Highlight of the Panorama, fea-
turing 110,000 square feet of aero-
nautical and space weapon dis-
plays, will be a public showing of
the Ah- Force's 90-foot Titan bal-
listic missile.
It will mark the first time any-
where that the public can watt
right through the massive Titan.
Beauty Salon
Adds New Site
Ruth Regina Beauty Salon, 7437
Collins ave.. has opened a new
shop at 9488 Harding ave.
A "back to school" program is
now being featured at both salons,
with emphasis on glamorising pre-
teens and teen-agers on the occa-
sion of the new school year.
Ruth Regina has had many years
of beauty experience in the Great-
er Miami area. She is a former
makeup artist for national televi-
sion network shows.
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\tat Cites Local, National Notables
, rector of the National Academy of Richard E. Gerstein, Dade coua-
fScience, United States national ty states attorney, and Hank Mey-
committee /or the International er, Miarfii Beach publicist, were
Geophysical Year 1957-58, accepted also presented with Phi Epsilon
f the formal stag .Joseph Kaplan as the recipient of i it the University of California due ,he award for Dr Kap,an from A1" Pis achievement award by the
Phi Epsilon Pi frater- the fraternity\ international ser Up a previous commitment was un- >bert A" Hu,ler' of <-'h'cago, III., national president of the frater-
Klmh held its 55th conven- vicc award. | able to be present to accept the chairman of the fraternity's inter- nity, Vigdor W. Kavaler, of Pitts-
|at tt t Saxony hotel last week- award personally. national service award committee burgh, Pa., at the formal stag baa-
m the announcement of Dr. I Dr. Kajjgnjjrofessor of physics Dr Hugh odishaw, executive di- fpr 1959. quet. m /-
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for Schofzmans
-cmie to Mexico and Acasmtea
on tbeir butiLjma are tbe for-
mer Miss Lenore Ben> Gaidfarb
and Arnold Denrus Schatiman
The bnde is iJe daughter of Mr.
and Mrs Frank Goidiarb. of Mi-
ami, The groom'5 parents are Mr
and Mrs. Moe Schatxman. 1375 >w
18: h sl
Tbe Sunday. Aug. 3D. wedding
Ml held at tbe Seville hotel RabU
Yaakov Rosenberg officiated at
the 2 p.m double ring candlelight
ritoi
The bride wore a goon of silk
peau de soie iealuring tbe princes-
lie*, with imported alencon lace
bod.ee and long lace sleeves. The
wry full skirt terminated into a
court train Her double-tiered veil
ol French illusion fell from a
matching cap of peau de soie and
seid pearls. She earned tbe Bible
her mother used as a bride
Maid of honor was Miss Patty
Pearlman. Bridesmaids were Mrs.
Gail Jaffe. Mrs. Dolores Rosean.
and Mrs Carol Greenbaum
K bert Schatzman was best man
for his brother. Ushers included
Letnard Greenbaum. Arthur Ro-
sean. Joel Goldlarb. Harvey Rosen
and Robert Kasse.
Tne bride graduated from Mi
am; High School and attended tbe
Miami Artists School and Galler
Sht h vice president of adminis-
tration of the National Counc.i of
Je\wh Women. Mr. Schatzman
graduated from Miami High He
attended the University of Florida,
and is now a student at the Uni-
versity of Miami. Upon gradua
tion. he will enter law school.
Bride Picks Nylon
Tulle Ensemble
Marriage of Hits Libby Gottlieb
and Richard Schechter took place
Sunday noon, Aug. 30. at the Al-
gier> hotel. Rabbi Yaakov Rosen-
berg officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Irving Gottlieb. 1619 Jef-
ferson ave The groom's parents
ri Mr and Mrs. Murray Schech-
ter. 1214 Alton rd.
Maid of honor was Miss Susan
Joan Kaplan. Miss Diana Laura
LaUky and Miss Ginger Nancy
Bernie were bridesmaids.
Sheldon Zane Maselstein was
best man. and ushers included
Nelson Hanover and Martin Pau
Rappaport.
The bride's gown was of em-
broidered nylon tulle with a chapel
tram. The crown of lace was em-
broidered with seed pearls and se-
quins, and featured a fingertip-
length veil. The bouquet of or-
chids topped the bride's white
Bible.
Newiywed Mrs Schechter grad-
uated from Miami Beach High
School. Her husband went to Mi-
ami Beach High. University of Mi-
ami, and the Gemological Institute
of America. He is a jeweler at
M or ays.
Reception followed the cere-
mony at the Algiers After a New
York City honeymoon, the couple
Mill be at home at 635 Michigan
ave Miami Beach.
r:,.,.
MBS. MCNAID SCHFClTTtt
MK. At MOLD SCH AT ZM AH
Ardmort
Out-of-town guests from Hart
ford. Conn., were Mrs. Fanny
Goldfarb. grandmother of the
bride. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sack,
and Miss Cynthia Sack Mrs Ann
Berger of San Diego. Calif, also
attended.
mi. JOHN CAM
Candlelight Rites
For Miss Vodin
French Lace For Mrs. Carl
Mr. and Mrs Bernard Derou.
44i- DiLido dr.. Miami Beach,
arroxince tbt marriage of her
daughter. Linda Sue, to John Cart,
sor. of Mr. and Mrs Murrav Green-
bers. Miami Beach.
Rabm Joseph B_ Narot. of Tem-
pfc Israel performed the double
r.r. candlelight ceremony Satur-
da> evening. Aug. 25. at the Eden
Rt< hotel.
Best man was Dan Basini Ush-
ers were Hams Bookbinder and
Mi.-via Grossman
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* Maid of honor was Shelly Glavi-
ano. Bridesmaids were Betty
Fechtner and Brenda Friedman".
Lisa Basini was flower gui.
The bride attended Miami Beach
High School and is a graduate of
the Wbiteoeld School of Miami
Beach.
Mr. Can a a graduate of Miami
Beach High School, and is attend-
ing the University of Miami school
of engineering
The bride selected a waltz length
wedding gown of white French silk
chantiUy Uce with sweetheart
neckline, fitted bodice and three-
quarter sleeve. Her bouffant skirt
had a draped apron effect of an-
tique white peau da sol ending in
the back with a traditional bridal
bow. Her four-tiered French illu-
sion veil fell from a tiara of an-
tique satin and seed pearls She
carried white orchids on a Bible
Reception and seated formal
dinner followed in the Mona Lisa
room of the Eden Roc hotel The
couple are spending their honev-
moon in New York and upon their
return will make their home n
Coral Gables.
Out-of-town guests included Mr
and Mrs Harold R Horn and
George Alpert. Cincinnati O Mr
and Mrs. Jule Jackman. Chicago!
JU.: and Mr and Mrs Irvlng A.
Halpern. Sharon. Mass.
Una Marcia Vodin and Lee
Schwartz will live at 2932 SW 22nd
ter Miami, following their Nassau
honeymoon.
The couple exchanged 6 p.m.
wedding vow> Sunday. Aug. 30. at
the Barcelona hotel, with Rabbi
Yaakov Rosenberg officiating at
the candlelight ceremony
The bnde is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Vodin. 2310 SW 79th
ct The groom's parents are Mr.
and Mrs. Victor Schwartz 2145 SW
17th st.
Miss Rhoda Vodin was maid of
honor for her sister. Miss Linda
Schwartz, sister of the groom, was
bridesmaid. Flower girl for her
cousin was Miss Celia Anne Oi-
raan
Father of the groom MM as his
son s best man Ushers were Mar
tin Osmaii. cousin of the bride
Larry Lurie and Jerry Feinstein ^* *T*dMt*' *oi a"Wj
The bride graduated from Miami tht University of Florida.
Senior High, and attended schools be was a member ot Pi
in New lork The groomuaM.- Phi fraternity.
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and Stanley Stone. The 630 pm
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The bride is the daughter of Mr
*""L Max Schoenfeid. 855
th .. Miami Beach. The groom
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Karl Irwm Meyerow.tz was best
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Bricklin. Hochman
In Beach Rites
uiS5 Brenda Hochman, daughter
L Mr and Mrs. Nathan Hochman,
\uM SW 1st St., and Malcolm
Bricklin. son of *rr-amr-Mrs. Al-
,. Bricklin, Orlando, Fla._were
married Sunday, Aug. 30, in 6 p.m.
riles al i he Coronet hotel. Rabbi
Mom- Skop officiated.
Maid oi honor was Miss Barbara
[Bricklin. sister of the groom.
franci- Brenner, Brenda Silver-
man Dorothy Malin, Susan Sager
and -ludic Steinberg were brides-
maids.
Howard Silverman was best man
Ifor his cousin. Sam Hochman,
Barry Zimbler, Sam Leder and
Louis Spector were ushers.
The bride chose a chantilly lace
I gown featuring a peau de soie
skirt. She carried an orchid and
|lih of ihe-valley bouquet.
The bride is a graduate of Miami
Ismior High School, and majored
in English at the University of
[Florida, where she belonged to
|Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority.
Her husband attended high
Ischool n Orlando and the Univer-
sity of Florida, where he was cir-
[cuiaiicn manager of the Alligator
land "F" Book. He was affiliated
with 1'i Lambda Phi fraternity,
land is now secretary-treasurer of,
a building supply firm in Orlando. # *....
Dnn, followed the ceremony at MlSS WdSS NOW MrS. Dobkltl
the Coronet. The couple are on a i
len-daj honeymoon in Jamaica,1 juc]ith Stephanne Weiss became
and will live in Winter Park, Fla. Mrs Sheldon Dobkin in 2 p.m.
I wedding vows Sunday, Aug. 30, at
I Temple Zion. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
nian officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mrs.
Gertrude Weiss. 3185 SW 4th st..
Miami, and Mr. William Weiss.
The groom's parents are the Hy-
man Dobkins, of Bronx, N.Y.
Matron of honor for her sister
was Mrs. Douglas Kaplan. Eva
Abramson, Serbin
Betrothal Told
Mr. and Mrs. James Abramson,
of 3001 Prairie ave., Miami Beach,
and Washington, D. C, announce
the engagement of their daughter,
Phyllis Sue, to Jon Philip Serbin,
son of Mr. and Mrs. John Serbin,
of 4554 Adams ave.
Both are graduates of Miami
Beach High School and now at-
tend colleges in the Boston area.
Miss Abramson is in her last
year at Pine Manor Junior College
in Wellesley, Mass.
Her fiance attends Harvard Uni-
versity in Cambridge. Mass.
Wedding plans have not yet been
announced.
Wei-n*M'-Kuhn
MfS. MAICOIM MICKUN
Werner-Kahn
MKS. SMIDON DOBKM
Hubshmans Will
I Live on Beach
Sylvia Marlowe and Marvin
[Hubshman exchanged wedding
|vows in Rabbi Irving Lehrman's
Istudv at Temple Emanu-El in 5
[p.m. rites Sunday, Aug. 30.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. j Starr and Estelle Chevelier were
land Mrs. Robert Garber, 730 14th j bridesmaids. Miss Debbie Push-
pi. The groom, of 1329 Euclid kin was flower girl, and Bobby
lave., is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
|joseph Hubshman, New York City.
Dinner followed the ceremony at
iMichel's. After a honeymoon in
[Nassau, the couple will live at 730
[14th pi., Miami Beach.
[Schedule Membership Drive
South Miami chapter of Ameri-
Ican Women's ORT will have a
membership drive Sept. 16, 8:15 ,_
p.m., at the home of Mrs. Joseph a bouquet of white _J>r5ih,ds and
Glickman, 8960 SW 118th st
Leher was ring bearer.
Joseph Littman was best man.
James Laskoskie, Bernard Niss-
man. Jack Fell and Douglas Kap-
lan were ushers.
The bride chose a scoop-necked
gown of peau de soie trimmed
with reembroidered alencon lace.
The basque waist was encircled by
the lace, and fell to a fully-flared
ensemble, with the skirt ending in
a chapel train. The bride carried
Newlywed Mrs. Dobkin is en-
tering her upper junior year at
the University of Miami, where
she majors in education. She is
a former vice president of Alpha
Lambda Delta, women's freshman
honorary, member of Alpha Sigma
Epsilon, sophomore coeducational
honorary, and is on the dean's list.
The groom received his Bache-
lor's degree in science from the
City College of New York, grad-
uating cum laude, and is com-
pleting a Master's degree as re-
search aide at the University of
Miami Marine Laboratory.
After a Nassau honeymoon, the
couple will reside at the Univer-
sity of Miami.
Wise Group Has Meeting
Board of Stephen S. Wise group
of Hadassah met Monday morning
at the Deauville hotel.
Double Ring Rites
For Borok, SSegel
Candlelight set the scene for the
marriage of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold
J. Borok Saturday night, Aug. 29.
Rabbi Morris Skop performed the
double ring ceremony at the
Knights of Pythias Hall.
Mrs. Borok, the former Ella Sie-
gel, was given in marriage by her
father. Her parents are Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Scherer, 734 Jefferson
ave., Miami Beach. The groom's
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Borok, 3880 NW 2nd st., Miami.
The bride chose a bouffant
gown of silk organza and French
chantilly lace featuring an off-
shoulder neckline and short
sleeves. The floor-length skirt was
covered with lace applique. She
carried white roses and stephano-
tis on a white Bible.
Maid of honor was Audrey Bo-
rok. sister of the groom. Mrs.
Bruce Rezriick was bridesmaid.
Susan Ehrlich, the bride's niece,
was flower girl. Best man was
Warren E. Nolden.
The bride will graduate from the
University of Miami in February,
and is employed as assistant direc-
tor of the Greater Miami B'nai
B'rith Youth Organization. i
Mr. Borok is a graduate of the
University of Miami, and is art in-
structor at Homestead Junior High,
School. He is a member of the
Mirell Gallery and has been a
student instructor at the Parkway,
Playhouse, Burnsville, N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Borok will reside'
at 3163 SW 14th st., Miami.
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Friday, Sept*^
Jewish Hospital
Teaches Egyptian
: EWER. Colo.-Xational Jew
isr. Hospital a: Denver has helped
train an Egyptian doctor in the
Best adranced methods for treat-
Bent of tubercul
Dr. Mohamed Foad. 35. of Cairo,
a public health expert was assign-
ed the task of alleviating the dev-
astation of tuberculosis upon
etuntrymen. His first project was
to study the most advanced treat
Beat methods now in practice. He
decided that National Jewish Hos-
pital here MM the key to this
study.
Dr. Foad was particularly in-
terested in the system of air-
borne vaccination against tuber-
culosis, now under study and de-
velopment in the research lab-
oratories of the chest disease
treatment center, where the idea
first took shape. The technique
involves the use ef weakened
bacilli administered through the
air breathed by the person being
vaccinated.
Upon his departure. Dr Foad
said he was returning to his coun-
try armed with new knowledge
that would help eliminate the
"white plague" among has coon
trymen. The tuberculosis-ravaged
Egyptian people." he said, "will
be forever indebted to National
Jewish Hospital for the contrtbu-
taon at has made to the future
:h of our nation."
Philip Houtz. executive director
c the hospital, said that "we are
proad that our hospital has done
sack ac outstanding job that D:
.t for hi* study "
on
Mrs. A. Herbert TJubih v-.ee pres:3e-t at Mr Sinai Hospital's
Women's Auxiliary d encrrtan of the Beaaeed Event D. re-
reives a check far SIX trosr. BoaTf Marooicsky. manager of
Lincoln Road's Beech T-e-rr repi n nting the manias coi-
lected from the theatre s W^h-nc Well Biassed Event II is
the Woman's Division s event to raise funds far the equipment
and furnishings of Mi Stna: Hospdal s Maternity Wing and
it is expected that some 500 women will gather at the fashion-
able luncheon scheduled Oct 30 at the Fotttaxnebleau boteL
School Teachers
Plan for Wedding
A |)..-mber wedding ig being
planned by Miss Roselle Diane Se-
gal and Howard Deutsch. A jnu-
tual friend, an accountant working
Deut-iY* income tax return,
responsible for their meeting
Segal i- the daughter of
elia Segal. 2995 SW 2nd st..
and the late Nathan W. Segal A
long-time re>idcnt. she attended
local elementary schools and grad-
uated from Miami Senior High
Sch'K>l. She received a Bachelor
of Science in education from the
Iniversity of Florida, and current-
ly teaches fourth grade at Semi-
r.ole Elementary School.
While at the l/r.iversity of Flor-
ia Mia Segal was a member of
the Women's Student Assn.. Hillel
Executive Council, and Future
Teachers of America She was a
charter member and treasurer of
Delta Kappa chapter of Delta Phi
Epsilon sorority Presently, she
is corresponding secretary of the
Greater Miami Alumnae Assn. of
Delta Phi Epsilon.
Mr. Deutsch. son of Mrs. Teente
Deutsch. 2543 SW 5th St.. and the
late Moms Deutsch, is a graduate
of Miami Senior High School and
the University of Miami, holding
degrees in business administration
and education. He was an active
member and officer in Alpha Ep-
silon Pi fraternity. He is working
Jj if +^ocitz lite
Centtnucc ''n ej
Robbins. Mrs Char
and Mrs. Stanley Pred .
Center Building
Program Speeded
---.--. of the South-
aatar 6438 SW 8th
" r to rea
tex for the High Holy r
Focal point of construction
new rrooo in iilnit af
When completed, the Center
- teal evaraJ hundred worship-
I
Mark Myer construction engi-
estixaied that the Center
c completed in ample time
to meet the High Hoiv Dav dead-
Aader. eataar. Vor.tmartre hotel
Stan*-? w .fe Phyllis, and
sans. Jeffrey at::: Michael, make
their home at 19600 NE 19th ct .
No Mum: Beach Phyllis is
admims'-raure vice president of
the S*>ierhood of Adath Yeshurun
Teaapk
lories' Auxiliary fe /Meet
Murray Solomon Post 243 La
Auxiliary. wtU meet Tuesday
-g. t p.m.. at American Le-
fiaa HaD. 303 Alhambra Circle.
Coral Gables.
Hyman and Juliet Lieber. of
Phoer are flying to Los
fiere they'll board an in
il jet flute over the Pole to
London From there to Hel-
sinki and Leningrad followed by
a trek to Moscow Return via B Bwi j
Berlin Germany, and Austria. rrOOXOSS NOtCCl
with Dr Lieber attending sessions
ea route of the 18th Congress m
the International Society of Sur-
gery Then, an to New York
aad meetings of the American Col-
lege of Surgeons in Atlantic City
If we re not too tired." Juliet
writes ber Miami friends, on our
Bwj back to Phoenix we may stop
over m Madison. Wise. to see
daughter Frances and granddaugh-
ter, and in Denver to see daughter
Dorothy and grandson" .
Mr and Mrs Stanley Baumann
are entertaining Mr and Mrs
Philip Baumann. of Brooklyn.
N Y Stan > parents, who are va-
TPAVMQRE
.(MLGfel*.
Smut
Through Mails
Miami Postmaster Eugene M Dun-
lap said Wednesday that the Post
Office Department's drive to stamp
out the activities of "merchants in
filth" who solicit minor children
for the mail-order sale of obscene
materials is making substantial
headway-
Postmaster General Summer
field ha> notified the local post-
master that during the fiscal year
which ended June 30. 1956. the
Post Office Department conducted
more than 14.000 separate investi-
gations of traffic in mail order
obscenity, of which approximatelv
10.000 were based on complaints
from parents aroused to the men-
ace presented by -the vicious arro-
gance of the smut racketeers."
Prior to the summer of
standing laws required that
the most blatant profiteer,
mg the vilest possible
through the mails to school age
children, could be prosecuted onlv
at the point of origin of the mail
""f io..e\York ^ *"**'
In 1958. the Postmaster General
recommended new legislation to
the 8oth Congress, which would
Permit prosecution of such racke-
teers at the point where the ma.l "tering jobs in the pas
- received, and where the actual "" have been many requesU
!r JiV0 "*r the field on a full-
schedule basis.
"This means we'll be able to
cater at synagogues and private
homes, as well as at our 250*eat
dmingroom on Washington ave.
whenever called upon
id that his latest service !
s sanctioned by the Beth Dm of
ad Hasashruth
1958.
even
send-
matenal
MHU Wf/SS
Restaurateur Will
Enter Kosher
Catering Field
Philip Weiss. f the Roval Hun-
garian restaursnt. 731 Washington
ave. Miami Beach, will enter the
kosher catering field on a full
scale.
Weiss, who has been in the
kosher restaurant business for 13
years, said Wednesday that the
Royal Hungarian has now acquir
ed the special equipment neces-
sary for fancy catering.
"WHh the rapid expansion of
he community." Weiss said, "we
fwel there js a dofwtile need for
moderate-priced catering that
does net compromise on qual-
ity."
The Royal Hungarian owner said
that his restaurant has filled
ewss tosiuf sfCAt
toward a Master's degree in m]
ance.
Mr. Deutsch has taught it So*1
west High School, and is now
eighth grade science teacher i
Riviera Junior High.
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fiday. September 4, 195S
+Jewisti thrkUan
Page 9-B
Dr. Lemkin, Genocide Foe,
Passes Away at Age 58
- FOR OTfi*R OBlflMlflES SIE PACE 11-B
NEW YORKDr. Raphael I law at Duke University and was an
mkin. the world's leading indi- advisor to the War Department,
proponent of the interna- During the war crimes trials after
World War II, at Nurenberg, he
acted as advisor to the late U.S.
Supreme
Dnal movement to outlaw ueno-
de, and the man who coined the
genocide.'. died here last
eekend. He was 58.
I The Jewish authority on inter-
zonal law was born at Bezwo-
,e, Poland. He studied law at
University of Lwow, and later
the I'niversity of Heidelberg.
Iiile practicing law in Warsaw,
933. he started a campaign be-
thc League of Nations to out-
lw mass murder of people be-
luse of their religion or ethnic
ligin. He failed to obtain League
fction on this score. However,
tter World War II, he continued
campaign before the United
ilions.
it had coined the term "gene-
-stemming from the Greek
?ord "genes" (race) and Hie
"cide" (killing). At the
ting of the United Netiem
tral Assembly in Peris, in
I, the UN adopted its conven-
i outlawing genocide. To date,
member states have ratified
he convention.
Lemkin had come to the
nited States in 1941, after all but
other member of his family, a
other. Elias, had been wiped out
the Nazis in Poland. He taught
Court Justice Robert
Jackson, chief United States pros-
ecutor at Nurenberg. Later, he
taught international law at Yale,
was a -professor of law at Rutgers
University, and taught at Prince-
ton University.
He wrote a number of books on
the subject of genocide, and was at
work on an autobiography when he
died suddenly of a heart attack.
He had received many honors and
decorations, and was twice nomin-
ated for the Nobel Peace Prize, in
1990 and 1952.
In the corridors, assembly rooms
and delegates' lounges at the Uni-
ted Nations, Dr. Lemkin was very
well known to all diplomats and
ranking members of the Secre-
tariat. He was always at work on
his missionto obtain more and
more backing for the convention
outlawing genocide. An American
citizen, he frequently expressed
disappointment that his own adop-
ted country, the United States, had
never ratified that convention. The
U.S.A. delegation insisted that rat-
ification of the convention would
trespass upon American sovereign-
ty.
JOU
J^jctr The Blue Angel," in CinemaScope and color, stars blonde,
Swedish glamour import May Britt. Curt Jurgens is co-starred
as a college professor who learns a bitter lesson about the
ways and wiles of women when he becomes involved in an
"fair with a notorious dance hall queen played by the sultry
^iss Britt. he picture starts Saturday at the Carib, Miami and
,:-acle Theatres.
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'36 S. W. 8th ST.
Turks Defy Arab Demand
ISTANBUL(JTA) An Arab
League announcement that it
would boycott cigarettes made
from Turkish tobacco, was defied
here by the Government Ministry
of Monopoly.
Joel Kornreich
Joel Mandel Kornreich will be-
come Bar Mitzvah during Sabbath
morning services, Sept. 5, at the
Hebrew Academy. Rabbi Alexan-
der Gross will officiate.
Joel is thi son oi Mr. and Mrs.
Benjamin Kornreich, 747 Lenox
ave., Miami Beach. He is an eighth
grade student at the Hebrew
Academy.
Among friends and relatives
present will be Mrs. Ida Katz,
Jack Kornreich, Harry J. Gelfand, I
of Brooklyn, N. Y.; Aaron Gel-
fand, Morris Plains, N. J.; Mr. and
Mrs. J. Muzar, Mr. and Mrs. Har-
old Welsh, St. Petersburg, Fla.
Kiddush will follow the services.'
A reception will be held Sunday
evening at the Royal Hungarian
restaurant.
Joel will entertain his class-
mates with a splash party and
cake cutting ceremony at the
Net her land hotel pool on Monday
afternoon.
Edward Sternlieb
Edward Ira, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Sternlieb, 6608 Maynada,
Coral Gables, will become Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday, Sept. 5, at
Temple Beth Am.
Edward, who is a student at
Ponce de Leon Junior High and
attends the religious school of
Temple Beth Am, will be honored
at a reception Saturday evening at
the Algiers hotel.
Rabbi Herbert Baumgard will
officiate at the Saturday morning
service.
Robert Hirschfield
Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Hirschfield, will become
Bar Mitzvah at Temple Emanu-El
on Saturday morning, Sept. 5. Dr.
Irving Lehrman will officiate.
Robert is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Nautilus Junior High
School, and was president of his
class last year. He was graduated
from Temple Emanu-El religious
school in June when he served as
?lass valedictorian.
He also was tne recipient of the
Camp Ramah Scholarship for 1959,
which was awarded to him as
winner of an essay contest con-
ducted by the Temple on "Need
for a Jewish Camping Program."
Robert is an accomplished sports-
man, and especially proficient in
water-skiing.
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Walter Jacobs is joined by his
broiheT, Al, as new operators
of the Diplomat Hotel and
Country Club owned by Sam-
uel Friedland. Waller and Al
Jacobs are pioneer Miami
Beach hotel operators, as
well as directors of their Lake
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CONVENTION BOOM: TTiere haven't been too many conventions
or exhibits at the Miami Beach Exhibition Hall since its opening last
winter. But that was to be expected. Big conclaves of national import
make their booking two or three years ahead.
Next summer, however, the Exhibition Hall will be a beehive of
activity, and for some time to come. Among the national conventions
lured by the hall, and probably the most ever booked into one city with-
in a four-months period, will be the Kiwanis, Rotary, American Medical
; Assn., American Legion, and at least a dozen more giant-sized groups.
They will be responsible for pouring more than 150,000 conven-
tioneers and their families into this area. With its regular summer
tourist trade, the Beach should experience its biggest summer in his-
tory. So forget this one already.
* *
NAMES MAKE NEWS: Charles Martel in and out of town readying
plans for his new plush apartment structure, the Executive, a few hun-
dred feet north of the Eden Roc, on Collins ave. He's expected to break
ground on or about Sept. 15. His son Kenneth, formerly in the hotel
business, is now a full-fledged Wall Streeter.
Paul Sobel and his family had a wonderful time seeing the U.S.A.
They drove to California in leisurely fashion, stopping off en route for
sightseeing in Texas. Arizona and New Mexico.
Mrs. Ted Sewell and daughter, Barbara, back from a visit to Chi-
cago, and like a true Beachite she has nothing but praise for our sum-
mer climate compared to the red hot heat of the midwest.
Eddie Melniker, Bernie Cabellero, Bob Feldstein and Harry
Pelkin a Sunday foursome at Bayshore. Also among the early ayem
players there: Art Shandloff, Larry Selilc, Max Wilson (in a three-
some). Dr. Lester Saroff, Dr. Mike Gilbert, Sid Gans, Harry Rabin,
Red Lubin, and Attorney Ray Yunes.
Dr. and Mrs. Norman J. Russ have something to be proud of. Their
son. Dennis, was chosen president of the Southeast Federation of Tem-
ple Vouth. He represents Temple Beth Sholom on the Beach.
It was a memorable vacation for Eugene Schoenfeld. of Miami
Beach. The University of Miami medical school junior journeyed to
Africa for an elephant hunt, and also visited with the renowned Dr.
Albert Schweitzer at his hospital in Lambarente, French Equatorial
Africa.
Bay-shore women golfers will be holding their last weekly tourna-
ment at the Beach course today. The 18-hole layout closes next Wed-
nesday, and won't reopen until Oct. 10. In the meantime the Bayshore
members will be doing their swinging at Normandy Shores.
Among the women who have been playing exceptionally well at
Bayshore recently are Betty Schwartz, Peggy Finkel, Sue Cutler Pat
Bromberg. Elaine Lasser, Mrs. Isadore Hecht, Mrs. Harry Auslander
and Mrs. Joseph Fleisher.
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. P* TAP: Among the highlights of the Labor Day weekend is the
Air Force show at the Exhibition Hall. The public is invited to attend
tins gigantic display of electronic marvels on Saturday and Sundav
i One of the highlights will be a simulated journey on a space ship Pa*
sengers boarding the ship will be able to experience the sensation of
; space travel. The show is titled "Aerospace Panorama." Most of the
! top aircraft manufacturers will have displays in the giant hall Wait'11
you see a close-up of the missiles.
* *
BIG WEEKEND: With the population of Dade county much bigger
than last year at this time, the hotels and motels can figure on a record
crowd of local folk for their special Labor Day weekend programs
There is no greater bargain in the entire world when it comes to hotel-
and-motel living on the oceanfront in this great resort area
When you hear the rates of the commercial hostelries in any of
. the metropolitan centers of the north, and consider there's little to
cnjPare in the conveniences offered, you realize there's nothing like
a M.ami Beach vacation, whether you are a native here, or a visitor
from any part of the nation.
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Among the recommended revues in town
isho?,Vror1ibreaki^ "Havana Ki?Attw
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dining service has been a magnet for local enu^mlf.-* "d acts 1U
Dance lovers also can hooHt Vo thX h\aTs con.'enf T^l^
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r^nv. September 4, 1959
Jewish Her Mian
Page 1 IE
Moses Ginsberg, Philanthropist, Dead at 85
Moses cinsberg. of 3700 Pine
I Tree dr Miami Beach, died Sun
Idiv at his summer home in Green
icb. Conn. The!
Red philanlhro
Ipist was 85.
Builder of the
Mercantile Na-
tional Bank bldg
Lpd owner Of
User extensive
holdings in Dade
county. Mi. Gins-
berg came to the
United States
from Russia-Pol-
land at the age of 22.
Newly married, he embarked
,n a door-to-door furniture re-
pair route i" Now York City. He
also sold jowolry on mo route,
in real es-
*nd later on-
a steamship line.
In addition to making large con-
tributions to philanthropic groups
of all denominations, he gave a
ten-year lease on the mezzanine
floor of his 420 Lincoln rd. build-
ing to the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation for the sum of $1. He
was also a trustee of Mt. Sinai
Hospital.
Surviving are his wife, Theresa;
Hold. In 191e,.: four daughters, Mrs. Elsie Robin-
son, Miami Beach, and Mrs. Ye-
vette Rosenson. Mrs. Diana
Jaffe and Mrs. Sylvia Kaplan, New
York; two sons. Caiman and Mor
LEON BRASS
is. .>f ITM SW i:tih lor., died Aug. 20.
He eetiM here i- ream ago teem n<
York <'lt>. aud waa an accountant
willi Food Pair. A veteran of World
War II. h' was i>bi lommaniter of
wish Wiir Veterans, Puat 2U.
Surviving; are his wife. l-.:ih; two
aona, David and -Map; ihn-c brothers,
irii'ludliiK Arnold* W. "aWI TRuill* .1"..
Miami; mother and a sister. Mm.
Anita Dotlcat. Services were Auar. 21
.1 Oordotl Funeral Home, with burial
at Mt. Steal Cemetery.
LEGAL NOTICE
ris, New York; nine grandchildren ^t^a^Srim^C^*
and two great-grandchildren.
Services were Tuesday at River-
side Memorial Chapel in New
York.
UIIVIDCRU
JOSEPH LANOMIn
u vkc president of the Tayor Con-
lrtni.-lk.nt-o.. died Aug. while vls-
liiine in N>w York. He oatna here Z5
rSS* "" N-w *2& "* u\&
ktMo NW Wh st. Surviving are his
li-lfc Dorothy: daughter. Mm. Joanne
lKhn Uliitv, Isidore: three slater..
IS? Ethel llothlaln Langoar Mrs.
IrtaP- Salmon, and Mrs. Sylvia Hur-
|.u. and two grandchildren. Scrv-
\l,,i were S.-i.t. 1 at Cordon Funeral
),I:." .,h burial at Ml. Nebo Cem.-
Eery .
HARRY SEGAL
Ularrltl dr.. who came here
aso from Hartford. Conn..
, 30. A retired beauty shop
Safer? he 1. aurvlved by hi. wife.
,|e: three brothers, Sam, George
is',, of 73
I], yeara
Idled A"K
Kd t.'harlea;.a>nd a -later, Mra. Sadie
rarta. Services were Aug. :iO at Oor-
don Fuocial Home, with burial In Mt.
N. i.o Cemetery.
MRS. FRANCES DCLOTT
70, of TSUI SW Kith at., died Aug. 29.
She came from Hluefleld. W.Va.. 15
yeara ago, and was n member of Tem-
ple larael Sisterhood. Surviving are
her huaband. Samuel; two daughter*-,
lacluding Mrs. Blanche Meyera. Mi
itnl; four brother*, two staters and
five grandchildren. Services and burial
were In Itluefleld, with Gordon
Kuneral Home In charge of local ar-
rangement*.
al Cables, died
Ann 10, He came here II yers ago
from DotPOHj and was a Maaon. Sur-
viving are his wife. Rose;- two daugh-
ters. Including Mis. Jaek Kaplan. Mi-
ami: a sister and five grandchildren.
Bar! leea were Aug. 21 at Gordon
Kuneral Home.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAaW'CWrV
NOTICE 1.- HKHKtJY OIVBN that
eh.- und. i signed, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious game of
Hi iP at' N "id* LI^'T' -:1"* West
Tnagler Street! MTaimT? lorlda Intend*
to register said nun.- with (he Clark
of the Circuit Court of Dade. Cuun'>.
Florida.
Milt MAN KAPLAN. Sole Owner
......1..VIAN ft GOLDSTEIN
Attorneys for llcgisir.ini
8/2*. 9/4-11-18
:alie
t-r*~
.KNIA'S
MRS. SALLY ARNOFF
88. of .155 NW Mat at., died Aug. 28.
She came from New York ten yeara
ago, and waa a member of Bniunah
Chapter. Order of the Kaatern Star.
Surviving are two daughters, Mra. H.
Blue and Mrs. Mildred Gottlieb, of
Miami, and a alater. Service* and
(IBS rltea were Aug. 20 at Gordon
Funeral Home, with burial In Mt.
sinal Cemetery.
MISS PAULA SILVERMAN
2. of 942 Michigan ave.. died Aug. 27.
She waa a teacher at Ruena Vista
Klementary School, and came from
Chicago ten yeai's ago. Surviving are
her parent*. Mr. and Mra. Harry I,
SHverman, and a brother. Bervieee
Aug. SO at Riverside Memorial
Chapel. Washington eve., wlih bbrlal
iii star of Havni Cemetery.
MAURICE FERELES
Bk, ,,r noon Collins ave., died Aug. St.
He came here aeven > ears ago from
Bant orange, N.J.. and waa a retired
Sresident of an advertising- aervtOO,
urvlvlng are hla wife, Corlnne; son,
Richard: and daughter. Mrs. Arlene
Palmer Services were Aug. "-' at
W'vernlde Memorial Chapel, Normandy
We. _________
GEORGE GOTTLIEB
71. of .'.<2 NW 48th at., died Aug. 24.
He-came here 10 yeara ago from New
York, and waa a member of Hilda, us
Masonic Lodge and Order of the Kaa-
tern Star. He waa a retired restau-
rant operator. Surviving are hla wife,
Mildred; daughter. Mra. H. G. Nem-
eroff. and son. Max. He also leaven
six grandchildren and *lx great-grand-
children. Service* were Aug. !S at
rjordon Funeral Home, with hurlal In
Mt. Sinal Cemetery.
IRVING WILPON
.'.2. of 104", Meridian ave., died Aug.
19. He came from New York 13 years
ago. Surviving are hla wife. Minnie;
DM, Kenney; daughter and three ala-
tera. Service* were In lironklyn. with
local arrangements by Rlveralde Me-
moi ial Chapel.
BENJAMIN ZOMICK
82. of 1040 lath at., died Aug. 19. Ha
came here ten year* ago from New
York. Surviving are four daughters.
Including Mr*. Jean Alexander and
Mra. Fay Kalodlah, Miami Reach: and
three aona. including Aaron. Miami.
Services were Aug. 21 at Hellman
Funeral Home, with burial In Mt.
Sinal Cemetery.
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JOSEPH I. HOFFMAN
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He cam.- h.-ie elfhl yeera ejujo from
Boston, Me was a retired tailor. Sur-
viving arc his wife. Helen, two *on.
Dt Wlliam M. anil Nathan, two
ilaueliters. M Delahn and
Mrs >;. riUdlne Kat ftm; thr-
ters. including Mr* Hobu Wlnokur:
and nine i-- en. Kervlrea were
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MEYER NERNBERO
74. of 1431 KW 24th In., died Aug. 21.
He came here 1.'. years ago from
lMttsburgh, and owned the Miami
Home Supply "o. Hurvlvlng an- his
wife, Louise; son, Ralph; and daugh-
ter. Mrs. Annabel Schwartz; brother.
slater and two grandchildren. Services
were Aug. 2.1 at Riverside Memorial
Chapel. W. Klagler St.. with burial In
Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
MRS. HELEN SALOMON
7. of 1171 Meridian ave., died Aug. H.
it. cane here ten yeara ..no from cjsl-
cargo. Ml Surviv'ne are tw. sons,
.luMus and I .- S.-rvl.-es and burial
were In Cblcafe under the direction
..I lilversdde Memorial Cha
MRS. ROSE PRATT
-\v l itii -i i.-id.m here
8h ea..... from
Jji > Tork, and is survived
husband, David, and nu.
Martlt I Jar t irkai B>l v-
ji ea ai. \ .- U > Rl> i i de Mi
ii i h..p. !. W I lagkti -l ith
! burial in Mt. Sim n I
MAX LEVINE
1 iT7, died Aug. Zu m l.tn.okl> n, where hi
mov.-d three year* ase lie bad been
a Miami r. -iri. in fot -' ears b
that, and waa In the real estartl
Base >i.ae He In survived b) his sis-
ter. Mrs. Kate Hubin. Miami
na burial were In llrouklyn.
MRS. ROSE ROCKLIN
M, of IT'.r-.'l NK $|h ct dle.1 Aug. 19.
She came here 12 year* ago from
Washington, wheie she was a book-
keeper In the Treaauury Department.
Surviving are her husband. Samuel.
daughter, mother, two brother* and
two alater*. Services were in Waah-
inglon. with local arrangementa by
Riverside Memorial Chapel.
ERWIN BAEHR
St, of |7M s\v 3ist ,-t.. dieil Aug. 16.
He was a technician at Mt. .sinal
Hospital, and runic here ten years
ago from tiermany. Surviving are
his wife, fhrlsta. two daughter*. Es-
ther and Judy; and a brother Serv-
ices were Auk U it Oordon Funeral
Home, ith buil.-il in Mt Nebo I'.-m.
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NOTICE is HEKERT alVBN that
ih.. uaslaralsxnsd, rir-sirln i. ,-iik.^.
und. r the fir i i loui na m* r.f
SBABOAftO IN.V al UtS V.W. Tlh
\^' Miami. Mortria liitcnri.* Ir> rpej-
.rtrl num. with tlu- i'ink oT the
I Iniilt Court of Iindc County. KloNda.
ADKI.K Si.1.1 >McN.
Sole Owner
KKSSr.KI! & I'.AIIS
Attorneys for Apptlcanl
l!ts SW. 1st Street
4-n-i*. yi
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IN THE CIVIL COURT OF RECORD
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
No 54-SOtt-A
FLORIDA L'.NDKRGARMKXT CO..
INC. a Hr.rlrlH rru pni atlon.
Plalntirr.
VM.
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NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO: M'U: WOLF.
I > f. ndant
IS Fulton Avenue
Atlantic Reach
In(t Island. N.w York
rOU ARE HKKKIiy Ni.Tll.-II-:I' Hist
a Kill of Cnijilalnt for Damnae* on
I Premiaes has lioe-n filed
Against von. wherein plaintiff \* the
and ><.! ata the lea.r. and
you are hereby required t" swrva a,
c0ftf of yoiii Answer or l'leadlnjc to
-.ri.i Bill of Complaint on olaintitf'-
attorney, MILTON A, FRIEDMAN,
Illl Alnsley Bldf., Miami. Florida,
and Hla the original Inawer or Pl< id-
inir In I lie .nice of the Clerk of the
Civil Court. Hade County Courthouse
Miami, I'la.. ..ii ..i befori Ih< .""b
daj of s. i t< nib. r. lt>3. If \ r, i f..i
to Ao
aitalnat you for Hi- i.ll.-f damandad
In iii- mil "f coii.i.i.i-.iii.
I>NK AND OIU>ERBD .t
this :'"1, day ..f Ana-oaf. 15S.
J. I- ,\M-i:\ck i:n. Clerk,
Civil Oourl of Raoord
Dads Count) Coorthouaa
Uari. Florida
(Mai) By: R P DaUANO,
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
CHAPTER 20722 ACTS OF 1941
File A-19e9
NOTICE IS HEREBY c.lVKN that
Victor I" Valek, hold.-i- of County Ta
.-air- t'ertlflcatea numbered US n'l
,17 u.-rl th< 4-0;
nade spa r a tan d'e.-l
i l certiflcaten
he following dear rlbed prop-
arts in ',. i 'ountj ol l "side, State of
-wit:
Lot i.-, HI."'.. -. i Usta Terraee,
Book K ItMte I'". I" l" Oountj of
Hade, Si- mbraeed
. i uli, at- Si IS 'VI- .ir
,,f rty under lh aald
tif|, I was In the nanir of
1 b'Mx. c. Slack.
W I- Kt of B .12" n of S 18.1 Ft of
RBI I ol SWI I ..' SKI 1. Section
Townhl|> -2 South. Range 41 Bast,
. i.malnMsT Acre* more or lessi In
the County of Dade. Htate -t FtorMa,
aa embraced In Certificate No 541
The aaaeaament of aald pr.^ier>- un-
,1, i th.- said rertlflcate issuer! waa In
the name of Irene .1. Itrownagle LsMsM.
I'nlesa aald certificates shall be re-
deemed according to law. the prop-
erty described herein will be aold to
the highest bidder at the Court House
door on the 'lr*t Monday In the
month of Oetober. AH !:. which
is the Mh day of < vtober. A.H
Dated this Slat day f Auguat. A.D.
B It. LKATHKRMAN. Clerk,
firr-uit Cogtrt, Hade County. Florida
(!> H>: It M I.BKPBK.
iN-puty Clerk.
1/4-11-lS-SS
I
- NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC'AL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 59C8190
.I KAN MAYERS,
Plata tiff.
CHARLES MATEBH,
11..fendant.
SUIT FOR ANNULMENT
TO: CHARLES M \Yi:i(S
I7 C.rand Avenue
Dei Molaea, Iowa
Tou CHARLES MAYERS are here-
in notified thai a Hill of Complaint
J^":^,.^i^ iLXia Annulm-I ha. been filed wM
vr,u. and rog are re<|tilred to r\ e a
copy of your Anowar or Pleading
the'Kill of comi'laini on the plaintiffs.
Attorney, MELVIN I MCROFF. Ml
Road. M "ill Reach. Florida
he orlvlnal Answer !- Plead-
Inr In the ..ffl. .- ..f the Clerk "f the
Clrculi Courl on oi before the ..th day
,,f ( ,, If yOU fill' '" rlo -O.
i, m i,> ,i. faint ill he takan
against you for the relief demanded
in ih- Bill ol i omplalnL
This notice sliajl I* published ol
each week for four ronsecutlve weaka
In TIIK JEWISH M.riHII'IAN
DONE ANH ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, Utia Mlh day of August. A U
l Hi
E. B. LBATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court, '>ade County Florid.
(seal) By: UM VV 8TOCKINO,
qpp.il. Clerk
S/t-ll-l*-5
Daouty clerk
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AITAT
THI
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 5SCS077
GRACE NORTON Tin'MAS.
Plaintiff,
vs
\V c.KOROE THOMAS,
'ndant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO VV (teXiRHK THOMAS
South VYayne St..
Mil iRtlE THOMAS
notified that a Bill of
plaint for Divorce hsa been filed
you. an.l you ar- required to
opy r.f \our Ans\'
nT to the Hill of Complaint on
iintltf's Attorney, BOL ALEX-
VNl'ER, on- Lincoln Rr-sd Building.
Miami B-a.h. Fl-rl.U and fits th-
..rlrlnrtl An Mng In the
of the
Court on or I'.

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FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OtVEN that
rlnu to enga.- in
hiialnesa under the fictitious name of
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Miami i-t.i ntends t- resrlater aald
with the Clerk of the Clrotstt
KILANK IIMII.IANO
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rfid q^Sep r 5 i h,ds and Glickman, 8960 SW 118th st Leher was ring bearer. Joseph Littman was best man. James Laskoskie, Bernard Nissman. Jack Fell and Douglas Kaplan were ushers. The bride chose a scoop-necked gown of peau de soie trimmed with reembroidered alencon lace. The basque waist was encircled by the lace, and fell to a fully-flared ensemble, with the skirt ending in a chapel train. The bride carried Newlywed Mrs. Dobkin is entering her upper junior year at the University of Miami, where she majors in education. She is a former vice president of Alpha Lambda Delta, women's freshman honorary, member of Alpha Sigma Epsilon, sophomore coeducational honorary, and is on the dean's list. The groom received his Bachelor's degree in science from the City College of New York, graduating cum laude, and is completing a Master's degree as research aide at the University of Miami Marine Laboratory. After a Nassau honeymoon, the couple will reside at the University of Miami. Wise Group Has Meeting Board of Stephen S. Wise group of Hadassah met Monday morning at the Deauville hotel. Double Ring Rites For Borok, SSegel Candlelight set the scene for the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold J. Borok Saturday night, Aug. 29. Rabbi Morris Skop performed the double ring ceremony at the Knights of Pythias Hall. Mrs. Borok, the former Ella Siegel, was given in marriage by her father. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. Harry Scherer, 734 Jefferson ave., Miami Beach. The groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Borok, 3880 NW 2nd st., Miami. The bride chose a bouffant gown of silk organza and French chantilly lace featuring an offshoulder neckline and short sleeves. The floor-length skirt was covered with lace applique. She carried white roses and stephanotis on a white Bible. Maid of honor was Audrey Borok. sister of the groom. Mrs. Bruce Rezriick was bridesmaid. Susan Ehrlich, the bride's niece, was flower girl. Best man was Warren E. Nolden. The bride will graduate from the University of Miami in February, and is employed as assistant director of the Greater Miami B'nai B'rith Youth Organization. i Mr. Borok is a graduate of the University of Miami, and is art instructor at Homestead Junior High, School. He is a member of the Mirell Gallery and has been a student instructor at the Parkway, Playhouse, Burnsville, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. Borok will reside' at 3163 SW 14th st., Miami. MISS PHYLLIS 4MAMS0N MKS. AINOID BOftOK Dependable Domestic Help telioaleDay Workers Established 37 NX Sib St. A-l EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Ph. n V-8401 I lily-of-the-valley on a Bible. F^^^^^^'WA^' SOMETHING NEW FOR OUR TEENAGERS A "BACK TO SCHOOL HAT0W" Of OU SAlOttt for Pre-Teens — Teenm A NEW LOOK FfRSONAUZIO NAM STYLING LET US GLAMORIZE YOU LOOK YOUR BEST TO START THE SCHOOL YEAR RUTH REGINA BEAUTY SALONS 9481 HARDING, SURFSIDf UN 6-4340 7437 COtllNS AVI. OH 6-1236 { i \ < ,^W'WWW^*A^*^rf'^'*W^•'^'*"' %  *"'^"'' CORAL GABLES CONVALESCENT HOME "A fritndly and Genfle AfmoseJiere for That* *•*) Un" A NEW HOME DESIGNED TO CARS FOR ELOfRLY, CHRONKAUY III AND CONVALESCENTS 24-MOUt HEGISTEtED NUBSING SBtVKI Sp:.al Dicta Strictly Observed. Private Bathrooms, Air-Conditionad Spaoloua Grounds, Patio, Swimming Pool, Planned Activltlsa ALL ROOM* ON GROUND FLOOR Reasonable Rates Brochure on Request Ferdinand H. Rosomthal Director-Owner Forrtier Ass't Oir. Mt. Sinai Hospital Diroctor, .lavish Horns for ths Aged Clevaland, Ohio Pittsburgh, Pa. 7060 S.W. 8th Street Miami, Fla. Phone MO 6-8828 FASHION SHOWING Ut ut sMfcs veer CM Msitlssi I n teresting *U — UrUl a l a i wit* ser %  j feshion Show Coordmoled and Available fry Franco* ; reshieM hv FreecM, Certs* Meet, Nneeel Sty No*. Ai Altwetiees. for Information Phone Highland 1-2425 5720 1959-60 6 ROSH HASHONA October 3-4 YOM IIPPUR October 12 T HE High Holy Day issue of THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN offers an appropriate, convenient and inexpensive means of extending your NEW YEAR Greetings to ALL your relatives and friends without neglecting or offending anyone. ORDER TO INSERT NEW YEAR GREETINGS SEND COPY FOR YOUR GREETINGS NOW. USE CONVENIENT ORDER FORM. THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN P. O. Box 2973 Miami 1. Florida Attached is my check for $2.50. Please insert in your New Year issue the following greeting: Mr. end) Mrs. family wish all their relatives end friends A Happy New Year Please print name and a ddres s clearly to avoid error.



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Friday. September 4. 1959 +Jewlsti fkrHitr Page 3-A Nab Israeli as Iron Curtain Agent TEL AVIV-(JTA)-A 27 yearold aircraft technician is under I arren^ on charges of spying for a' foreign country, police authorities! reported here. Under security regulations, neither the man's name nor the foreign country for which he is alleged to have done the espionage were named. The country concerned, it is understood, is behind the Iron Curtain. The man was employed at It's time to select a dedication in the new Mt. Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami, now preparing for its formal opening in December. Here, Mm. Samuel Feldman. of Miami Beach, inspects the hospital's Information Desk in the main lobby, which will perpetuate her family's name. Dan B. Ruskin, chairman of the gift recognitions committee, shows Mrs. Feldman where her dedicatory plaque will be affixed. Ruskin, himself a "founder" of the hospital, selected a wing on the eighth floor for his dedication. Ben-Zvi Defends Bonn Deal; Pinches Czech Jewry's Toe Continued from Page 1-A dent, "is not only concerned with the perpetuation of the memory of the Jewish martyrs of Nasi extermination, but regards its main mission and reason for existence the principle that such a tragedy must never occur. We have revived the free homeland of the Jewish people in an independent State, ready to serve as a home for every Jew seeking refuge. "To fulfill its mission, the leadership of our State must regard the development of the country's defenses as a matter ot prime concern. The Israel Government believes that the arms transaction [ referred to in your letter is one of | the steps required to strengthen I the security of the State of Israel. The Knesset, our legislature, which was chosen by democratic Steen Named to Post Samuel Steen, of Hialeah, was numrd national judge advocate of the Amvets, an organization of overseas veterans which wound up its annual convention Sunday at Grand Rapids, Mich. Steen, an attorney, lives at 1334 E. 4th avc, Hiatoan, elections, approved this attitude by a decisive majority." "The need for strengthening Israel's security," the letter continued, "is greater, so long as large quantities of powerful arms are being received in a steady flow by the Arab states, which do not conceal their intention to use those arms for Israel's destruction. It is no secret that the country in which you live is one of the mem suppliers of arms to our neighbors. I would be gratified if I knew that you wore employing ell your influence in your own country to prevent an arms race in the Middle last, and to lesson the endangering of peace and the danger to the survival of Israel." Since the letter from Czechoslovakia had referred to West Germany's guilt in regard to extermination of Jews under the Nazi regime, President Ben-Zvi stated in his reply: "It must be said to the credit of West Germany that it is making reparations to the families of victims of Nazism. But to East Germany, the words of the Prophet Elijah, addressed to Ahab, apply: 'Hast thou killed and also taken possession'?" • INSURED SAVINGS •HOME FINANCING •SAVE-BY-MAIL Oldest and Largest in Miami Beach [FpBRAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Mo* Office** UK* !ed of WtAlftM AvtWt Lydda Airport, and is charged with having passed on to a foreign power i m"p o r t>i n t information about Israeli aircraft and air fields. Handicap Group Enlarges Program The world committee on employment of the handicapped, at its annual conference here, announced the inclusion of various types of disabilities previously not included in the category of those aided by the committee. Newly-elected chairman of the board of governors, Sidney G. Kusworm, sr., of Dayton, O., said here that "if we are to define a handicap as a person with obvious disabilities, we would be limiting our employment efforts to a relative few. Such efforts would place us among those who themselves discriminate in their employment practices." Kusworm read a cable from vice president Joseph F. Clunk, now in Rome attending the world conference for the Welfare of the Blind which "unqualifiedly" endorsed the position of the world committee on placement of the Blind in Industry. World committee on employment of the handicapped encourages the establishment of volunteer groups in many nations to promote employment of the handicapped and presently implements such programs as Chamber of Commerce of the Americas, Jaycees International program on employment of the handicapped, and B'nai B'rith international program on the employment of the handicapped. Mrs. Mae Vender of Miami, representing the B'nai B'rith Women's program to hire the handicapped, pledged the support of the many women's groups in B'nai B'rith here and abroad. In addition to Kusworm, other officers elected were Leo Axelrod, president; Sen. Harry P. Cain, Ray Basten, John Nesbitt, Joseph 1 Clunk, vice presidents; Florence I Fox, treasurer; and Aaron T. Euj ster, chairman, ambassadors committee. JN. McArthur is international councilor. While tittleinformation was revealed by police, some details of the case were learned. The man's parents reportedly live in a foreign country. When the technician went to that country's legation here and expressed a keen desire to be reunited with his parents, he was allegedly asked to deliver certain secret information. It is asserted thet the man was given a visa to the country to see his parents end, upon his return here, was ordered to continue his espionage activities. Later, it is understood, his services were considered so important that an Ambassador from the country concerned came here to see him and to brief him on exactly the type of information required. Meanwhile, however, the man's parents are still in the foreign country, and the man was promIsad that his parents \tf>uld be permitted to come here if he continued to furnish information desired. j The suspect's trial is scheduled for I mid-September,, .. Recently, another Israeli was arrested on espionage charges, under I circumstances similar to those surrounding the latest suspect. In the other case, too, the suspect has apparently been trapped into spyI ing because of his interest in bringing here members of his family living in an Iron Curtain country. The first suspect had also been 1 promised that his family would be | permitted to come to Israel, and | this promise was not kept. j Group to Finance Settlements TEL AVIV—(JTA)—The Jewish j Colonization Assn. will finance the establishment of two new settleI ments in the Lachish area at a cost of 750,000 Israel pounds ($412,500), it was announced here by Abraham Hartzfeld, chairman of the "Agricultural Bank. Gulf stream Park Picks Tanenbaum Joe Tanenbaum. former racing editor of the Miami News, has been named to the newly-created post of information director at Gulfstream Park by James Donn, track president. "Tanenbaum will direct and coordinate Gulfstream's public service, public relations, publicity and advertising programs," Donn said. "In establishing the post of information director, we are attaining our goal of rendering greater service to the public, the horsemen and the press." Tanenbaum is president of the Florida Turf Writers Assn. and regional co-chairman, with Bob Elliott of the Miami Herald, of the National Turf Writers Assn. He is a member of the Florida Sports Writers. GOLFERS NEW GRIPS AH Stylet AveilebM %  iitiN Im ain. l i fcl i AMerSftesV GOFFS^S* Don't pot it off put it on I Re-Roof £ WRITTfN GUAJtANTU UCKfSiD ft INSUPJO PAYMINTS AIRANMft "AT rooi iiiricaPec Free Esthssie PHONE OX 1-1321 Re-Roofing & Repairing SUFflY CO* 2sJO N.W. 75th ST I j



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y^fey, Septo rabm 4. 1 vJewlsHhridUatr) Page 3-B % %  wsatM S OMETHING new, as far as our local club women are concerned was inaugurated last S by ch. 10. WPST-. lunch^ -on to which representatives of many diversified organizations were invited. Station manager Walter Koessler informed the club women of a new program to commence on Sept. 14. in which many of them may be participating. Among guests was Mrs. Sidney Weintraub, who selected a black eyelclte sheath for the luncheon, featuring a square neckline trimmed with a wide silk faille band, and for color she added a necklace of multi-colored crystal rocklike jewelry. Her large picture hat was in a natural straw and was banded in black. Mrs Allen Dawson, president of the Florida State Assn. of Parliamentarians, and representing many other organizations too numerous to mention, was dressed in an ensemble compiled from her world travels. Her raw silk dress was from Japan — an Oriental blue and white tweed effect sheath with a short bolero jacket. Her hand-made white lace cumberbund came from Paris, and it was worn over powder bhie satin. A hand-carved ivory ring and earrings were from Germany. Mrs. Dawson, incidentally, is chairman of tickets for the coming Orange Bowl luncheon which will be held at the Everglades hotel. v—^ h arm inaly yours, •V lebaunt %  i ~T T = %  = was representing the Town Y Branch of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, of which she is president. Mrs. Frank Pearce, representing the Guild of the Museum of Science and Natural History, formerly known as the Junior Museum, chose the popular shirt wai sW *M t ime irr apeach and white silk check. Her flat pancake stylj hat was frosted in white. Selected to serve as a director on the board was Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, president of the Federation of. Jewish Women's Organizations. Looking trim as always, she wore a black linen sheath and a white cloche hat with lace trim. Sitting beside her was the only man brave enough to accept the invitation with so many women—Federation publicist Charles Jacobson — and we might note that he wore a grey continental tailored suit. • • • £\F interest to ^^ readers is a • ITJ ^ From the tall and winter 1959*0 collection of Alyssa Originals, a crease resistant dress of green, white and yellow plaid for back-toschooL many of our back-to-school style show to be given Sunday afternoon, 2 p.m., around the pool at the Americana hotel. It will feature appropriate styles for the pre-teen, junior and miss sizes in a selection from junior high to college. Charm Modeling Agency is producing the show for the Prom Shop. 8*15 Lincoln rd., Miami Beach. It is open to the public. In the event of rain the fashion show will be held indoors. Your columnist will coordinate and narrate the show. : u_ %  Ci day luncheon. Mrs. Gerald P. representatives dressed casually far this mid-summer Yeshivq Women Hear Vice Pres. Greater Miami chapter of Yeshiva University Women's Organization met at the Sterling hotel last week. Guest speaker was Mrs. Simon Weber, visiting national vice presier, chose a pink and white eyelette shirtwaist with all white accessories, including a white lace cloche hat. Mrs. George Simon wore a muted gold and whitestriped cotton shirtwaist. She Soltz, B'nai BVith Women's leaddent of the organization, who brought greetings from Mrs. Joseph S. Greenberg, president. The group raises funds for scholarship, as well as for special science and medical laboratories at Yeshiva University in New York City. The national organization holds its convention Sept. 20 to 23 in Atlantic City, N. J. An unusual meeting which will be part of a television program is planned by Israel Bond Women's Division leaders (left to right) Mesdames Trudy Hamerschlag. Chen chairman; Paul Jerri Pollak. French-Israel Festival of Friendship chairman; and Bernard Kaplan, publicity chairman. The "on the air" meeting will take place at the studio of ch. 10. WPST, Thursday morning, Sept 10. when Uxm. Pollak appears as a guest on the Molly Turner show, together with Moshe Leshem. Consul of Israel, to discuss the French-Israel Festival of Friendship. r ENROLL NOW! CUSSES START SEPT. t THE NEW DIXON DANCE STUDIO 18187 N.E. 19th Avenue •A GET ACQUAINTED SPSCIAL" I FUST TWAl MOUTH AT HALf PWCI BALLET • MODERN • RALLROOM and LADIES' FIGURE CONTROL ****** COME IN FOR INTERVIEW 1 thru 5 P.M. Dally. •r PHONE Wl 74233. • AJVL t P.M. Missile. Jet Display Here Floridians concerned about the status of U. S. air power and air defense, and about the nation's air strength compared to Russia's, will have an opportunity to see first-hand just what America has today in Jets, missiles and rockets at the 1958 Aerospace Panorama, Miami Beach, Sept. 5 and 6, the Labor Day weekend. The occasion Is the Air Force Assn.'s 13th annual national convention and display of aeronautic and space equipment More than 4,000 leaders of government, industry and defense, and members of AFA will attend. This is the largest defense meeting in the nation. During the conference, Florida in effect becomes the air capital of the world. Highlight of the Panorama, featuring 110,000 square feet of aeronautical and space weapon displays, will be a public showing of the AhForce's 90-foot Titan ballistic missile. It will mark the first time anywhere that the public can watt right through the massive Titan. Beauty Salon Adds New Site Ruth Regina Beauty Salon, 7437 Collins ave.. has opened a new shop at 9488 Harding ave. A "back to school" program is now being featured at both salons, with emphasis on glamorising preteens and teen-agers on the occasion of the new school year. Ruth Regina has had many years of beauty experience in the Greater Miami area. She is a former makeup artist for national television network shows. SEPTEMBER shop Friday til FLORENTINE IMPORTS anlique white with gold leaf 38 NEST OF TABLES, compare at 65.00. lust arriYed! Venetian beauties complement any decor, use singly or nested in a group of three! Gifts, fifth floor Miami. At all five Burdine's Stores. typical of the hundred* of savings for yoi at HardlBeV dariag this great sale. ise one of oar easy credit plans



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Pacja &A -Jerisiinorktlari Frtdq r S'PXmW a. 1951 Senate /)e£afer ^a/?l Joan to /Va^er Continued from Paga 1-A. eluding loans, shoulfl bo taken to support the UAR in tho interfile*, Sen. Fulbright raised a quesing World Bank loan to the UAR tion of politics. Sen. Scott, in a \ to improve the Canal. Supporter* I heated exchange, said it was not: of Israel's maritime rights main Ian issue of "politics" or "parti-: tained that such a loan was^ not •si of U. S. foroign policy. He sans hip but one of Israels funda indicated at a time when the UAK hoped it would faettitate a otu' men f a | r j R hts exploits the Canal as a blockade tion ultimately of Arab-Israel; Sen Ken neth Keating. New York' against Israel. differences. Republican, associated himself World Bank sources previously Sen. Scott told the Senate he difwith Sen. Scott. He attacked Nasrevealed the Bank had been given ferrd with Sen. Fulbright because scr's "unconscionable" actions no official indication of the U.S. the Suez Canal was not now being against Israel through the Suez Go\ernment view of the UAR's operated "legally." He said Nasser blockade, acted in the Inge Toft case in violation of an international conven tion. United Nations principles and the cause of Near Eastern peace. He questioned the wisdom of a World Bank loan to the United Arab Republic. A. dressing Sen. Fulbright. Sen. Scott.said that, as long as Nasser refuses Israeli commercial trans t in the Canal, he would not spend his time praising Nasser for, bringing peace to the Near East.' sources welcomed the speech by Fulbright. lauding the United Arab, When Sen. Scott mentioned that | Republic for its operation of the 25 members of the Senate wrote' Suez Canal. The Fulbright speech the State Department on June ?4 was seen as a counterweight to abcut the anti-Israel blockade of pro-Israel efforts to block a pendSen. Keating told the Senate no loan should bi made by the World Bank to Nasser unless he opens the Canal to all nations, no matter how "efficiently" he might operate the Canal otherwise. If ny loan is to be granted, said Sen. Keatin". the Canal must be a thoroughly international waterway. Meanwhile, State Department Mr* Joseph Shapiro, president of Hebrew Academy Women, pissents a check to purchase a bus to transport North Miami na Miami Beach students who have enrolled in the Academy. Accepting the check on behalf of the Academy UB.L r der, president. %  anti-Israel tactics In the Suez Canal. The Bank is moving ahead with the proposed loan, with a final decision anticipated within four weeks The UAR Finance Minister is expected in Washington then, to participate in a meeting of the Bank's board of governors. Three Republican Senators Sunday asked Secretary of State Christian Herter to obtain firm guarantees of free transit for Israel shipping in the Suez Canal, before the United States approves a World Bank loan to the United Arab Republic for Canal improvement. The Senators were Jacob K. Ja-! vits and Kenneth Keating, of New; York, and Hugh Scott, Pennsylvania, all Republicans. They reminded Secretary Herter of a letter! from Assistant Secretary of State I Macomber, on July 3, in which Mr. j Macomber said the U. S. execu | tive director of the World Bank was aware of developments in-' volving Israel in the Suez Canal issue. In light of this, the Senator: noted that the Bank is moving forj ward with consideration of a loan ito the UAR. They told Mr. Herter: "We would appreciate your advice as to what is being done to obtain 'from the UAR firm assurances 'and guarantees of free transit I through the Canal. Needless to ;say, we do not feel that moneyshould be advanced to the UAR for the Canal without at least these assurances in hand." Rep. Seymour Halpern, New York Republican, also addressed a letter to Secretary Herter asking him to consider the views of 13 members of the House Banking and Currency Committee on the issue of a World Bank loan to the United Arab Republic to improve the Suez Canal. The Congressmen voiced opposition to the loan because of the UAR's anti-Israel blockade of the Canal Meyer Weisgal, chairman of the executive council of th Weizmann Institute of Science at Rehovoth, presents forme' Israel Ambassador to the United Stales Abba Eban with hU official appointment as new president of the Institute. Eban is now residing in Rehovoth, and has assumed the duties of his post. Post Office Chief Confirmed Eugene M. Dunlap this week was confirmed by the Senate as postmaster of Miami. He has been acting postmaster since Feb. 8, 1958. Dunlap is another example of promoting a career employee to an executive position. Dunlap entered the postal service at Williamsport. Pa., as a substitute clerk on Jan 20. 1936, where he worked both as a clerk and a carrier, and was promoted "to regular clerk in 1938. AWer passing a competitive t. amination for the inspection service, he was appointed postal inspector in 1M1 ami assigned tt Brattloboro, Vt. As a postal j spector he was reassigned to Hw Miami office m IMS. In 1955, Dunlap was appointed the first district operations manager for the Southern Florida Postal District, from which position he was named acting postmaster here. Beth TfHah Seats Go on Sale Here ;it:or B e^T>iiatted„esZ ;;: h as h jusi 5-tt w,th "need that seats for High cushion padded seats installed Ho! days are now on sale. Services n ,ne ,adles section, will be conducted by Rabbi Joseph Tickets are available from 9 iackovsky. 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r^nv. September 4, 1959 • Jewish Her Mian Page 1 IE Moses Ginsberg, Philanthropist, Dead at 85 Moses cinsberg. of 3700 Pine I Tree dr Miami Beach, died Sun Idiv at his summer home in Green icb. Conn. The! Red •philanlhro Ipist was 85. Builder of the Mercantile National Bank bldg Lpd owner Of User extensive holdings in Dade county. Mi. Ginsberg came to the United States from Russia-Polland at the age of 22. Newly married, he embarked ,n a door-to-door furniture repair route i" Now York City. He also sold jowolry on mo route, in real es*nd later ona steamship line. In addition to making large contributions to philanthropic groups of all denominations, he gave a ten-year lease on the mezzanine floor of his 420 Lincoln rd. building to the Greater Miami Jewish Federation for the sum of $1. He was also a trustee of Mt. Sinai Hospital. Surviving are his wife, Theresa; Hold. In 191e,. : four daughters, Mrs. Elsie Robinson, Miami Beach, and Mrs. Yevette Rosenson. Mrs. Diana Jaffe and Mrs. Sylvia Kaplan, New York; two sons. Caiman and Mor LEON BRASS is. .>f ITM SW i:tih lor., died Aug. 20. He eetiM here iream ago teem N< York <'lt>. aud waa an accountant willi Food Pair. A veteran of World War II. h' was I>BI lommaniter of wish Wiir Veterans, Puat 2U. Surviving; are his wife. l-.:ih; two aona, David and Map; ihn-c b rothers, irii'ludliiK Arnold* W. "aWI TRuill* .1".. Miami; mother and a sister. Mm. Anita Dotlcat. Services were Auar. 21 .1 Oordotl Funeral Home, with burial at Mt. Steal Cemetery. LEGAL NOTICE ris, New York; nine grandchildren „, ^t^a^Srim^C^* and two great-grandchildren. Services were Tuesday at Riverside Memorial Chapel in New York. UIIVIDCRU JOSEPH LANOMIn %  u vkc president of the Tayor Conlrtni.-lk.nt-o.. died Aug. while vlsliiine in N>w York. He oatna here Z5 rSS* •* %  • "•" N w *2& •"* u \& ktMo NW Wh st. Surviving are his li-lfc Dorothy: daughter. Mm. Joanne lKhn Uliitv, Isidore: three slater.. IS? Ethel llothlaln Langoar Mrs. IrtaPSalmon, and Mrs. Sylvia Hur|.u. and two grandchildren. Scrv\l,, i were S.-i.t. 1 at Cordon Funeral ) I :."„ „.,h burial at Ml. Nebo Cem.Eery HARRY SEGAL Ularrltl dr.. who came here aso from Hartford. Conn.. 30. A retired beauty shop Safer? he 1. aurvlved by hi. wife. ,|e: three brothers, Sam, George is',, of 73 I], yeara Idled A"K K d t.'harlea;.a>nd a -later, Mra. Sadie rarta. Services were Aug. :iO at Oordon Fuocial Home, with burial In Mt. N. i.o Cemetery. MRS. FRANCES DCLOTT 70, of TSUI SW Kith at., died Aug. 29. She came from Hluefleld. W.Va.. 15 yeara ago, and was n member of Temple larael Sisterhood. Surviving are her huaband. Samuel; two daughter*-, lacluding Mrs. Blanche Meyera. Mi itnl; four brother*, two staters and five grandchildren. Services and burial were In Itluefleld, with Gordon Kuneral Home In charge of local arrangement*. al Cables, died Ann 10, He came here II yers ago from DotPOHj and was a Maaon. Surviving are his wife. Rose;two daughters. Including Mis. Jaek Kaplan. Miami: a sister and five grandchildren. Bar! leea were Aug. 21 at Gordon Kuneral Home. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAaW'CWrV NOTICE 1.HKHKtJY OIVBN that eh.und. i signed, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious game of Hi iP at' N "id* LI^'T' :1 "* West Tnagler Street! MTaimT? lorlda Intend* to register said nun.with (he Clark of the Circuit Court of Dade. Cuun'>. Florida. Milt MAN KAPLAN. Sole Owner .1..VIAN ft GOLDSTEIN Attorneys for llcgisir.ini 8/2*. 9/4-11-18 :ALIE t-r*~ .KNIA'S MRS. SALLY ARNOFF 88. of .155 NW Mat at., died Aug. 28. She came from New York ten yeara ago, and waa a member of Bniunah Chapter. Order of the Kaatern Star. Surviving are two daughters, Mra. H. Blue and Mrs. Mildred Gottlieb, of Miami, and a alater. Service* and (IBS rltea were Aug. 20 at Gordon Funeral Home, with burial In Mt. sinal Cemetery. MISS PAULA SILVERMAN 2. of 942 Michigan ave.. died Aug. 27. She waa a teacher at Ruena Vista Klementary School, and came from Chicago ten yeai's ago. Surviving are her parent*. Mr. and Mra. Harry I, SHverman, and a brother. Bervieee Aug. SO at Riverside Memorial Chapel. Washington eve., wlih bbrlal iii star of Havni Cemetery. MAURICE FERELES Bk, ,,r noon Collins ave., died Aug. St. He came here aeven > ears ago from Bant orange, N.J.. and waa a retired S resident of an advertisingaervtOO, urvlvlng are hla wife, Corlnne; son, Richard: and daughter. Mrs. Arlene Palmer Services were Aug. "-' at W'vernlde Memorial Chapel, Normandy We. GEORGE GOTTLIEB 71. of .'.<2 NW 48th at., died Aug. 24. He-came here 10 yeara ago from New York, and waa a member of Hilda, us Masonic Lodge and Order of the Kaatern Star. He waa a retired restaurant operator. Surviving are hla wife, Mildred; daughter. Mra. H. G. Nemeroff. and son. Max. He also leaven six grandchildren and *lx great-grandchildren. Service* were Aug. !S at rjordon Funeral Home, with hurlal In Mt. Sinal Cemetery. IRVING WILPON .'.2. of 104", Meridian ave., died Aug. 19. He came from New York 13 years ago. Surviving are hla wife. Minnie; %  DM, Kenney; daughter and three alatera. Service* were In lironklyn. with local arrangements by Rlveralde Memoi ial Chapel. BENJAMIN ZOMICK 82. of 1040 lath at., died Aug. 19. Ha came here ten year* ago from New York. Surviving are four daughters. Including Mr*. Jean Alexander and Mra. Fay Kalodlah, Miami Reach: and three aona. including Aaron. Miami. Services were Aug. 21 at Hellman Funeral Home, with burial In Mt. Sinal Cemetery. NOTICE UNDER FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW NOTIOK IS HKRKI-.V GIVBN that live undersigned, desiring to engage. In business under Hie fictitious name of MIAMI'S WALL STRKKT XYNA GOQUE st 216 N.K. 2nd Ave.. Miami intends to register aald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad* County. Florida. NATHAN ABRAHAM 8/2S. 9/4-11-18 |,-o N6W TOWER California'! Worldrjmout Retoit overlooking the Hue Pocifit it* Wilihn* meets the Ma. Twenty minutes n l-Crnalionol Airport. 450 luxurious oms ond bungalows, all with television and ^dio. Complete convention facilities. Sonqust omi for up to 7 000, air-conditioned. Excitine) Venetian Room and Cantonese Room. Swimming pool Beautiful grounds ond landscaped gardens. Rates fross $S. Write William W. DenseUy, Oss. Mar. iron the U.S.A. end in HAWAII MASSAGLIA I CREST OF GOOD LIVING JOSEPH MASSAGUA, JR., MASSAGLIA HOTELS i UNTA MONICA, CALIF. HeM Mb. > IAN JOSI. CALIF. Hetel ulet* Clelts > IONS IEACH, CALIF. Hetel Wllles i •Aliur. N M. Hetel II l u sts > AUUQUEIOUt. Hetel FrerMlecea > DENVII. COLO. Hetel Fart leae i WASHIN6T0N. DC. Helel ReWfb > HAItFOIO. CONN. Helel leee) > FU1SIUI6H. PA. Helel Ikennra i CINCINNATI, O. Helel llelea > NCW TOIK CUT Helel New Terser • HONOLULU Helel Weillhl tiltmeie Werle-feasee helels — Teletype service:—reasily Plea JOSEPH I. HOFFMAN Of tHi SW |rd i.v. dl.d AUK -'I. He cam.h.-ie elfhl yeera ejujo from Boston, Me was a retired tailor. Surviving arc his wife. Helen, two *on. Dt Wlliam M. anil Nathan, two ilaueliters. M Delahn and Mrs >;. riUdlne Kat • ftm; thr%  ters. including Mr* HOBU Wlnokur: and nine i-en. Kervlrea were Aug M al 'lordon fun. ral Hon.. wit', burial In b'ttu of David KNICKERBOCKER 45 th ST. ft BROADWAY In the Heetrt el NErfoRTciTY 400 ROOMS Newly Fumiahed fvery lee* wife lewe SINGLES from $5 DOUBLES from $8 Alto Weekly Rates TV Air Ceae.fionise Available Send for Map of New York and Sightseeing Information MEYER NERNBERO 74. of 1431 KW 24th In., died Aug. 21. He came here 1.'. years ago from lMttsburgh, and owned the Miami Home Supply "o. Hurvlvlng anhis wife, Louise; son, Ralph; and daughter. Mrs. Annabel Schwartz; brother. slater and two grandchildren. Services were Aug. 2.1 at Riverside Memorial Chapel. W. Klagler St.. with burial In Mt. Nebo Cemetery. MRS. HELEN SALOMON 7. of 1171 Meridian ave., died Aug. H. it. cane here ten yeara ..no from cjslcargo. Ml Surviv'ne are tw. sons, .luMus and I .%  S.-rvl.-es and burial were In Cblcafe under the direction ..I lilversdde Memorial Cha MRS. ROSE PRATT -\v l itii -i %  i.-id.m here 8h ea from Jji > Tork, and is survived husband, David, and nu. Martlt I Jar „ t irkai B>l vji ea %  ai. \ .U %  •> Rl> i i de Mi ii i h..p. !. W I lagkti -l ith burial in Mt. SIM n I MAX LEVINE 1 iT7, died Aug. Zu m l.tn.okl> n, where hi mov.-d three year* ase lie bad been a Miami r. -iri. in fot -' %  • ears b that, and waa In the real estartl Ba s e >i.ae He In survived b) his sister. Mrs. Kate Hubin. Miami na burial were In llrouklyn. MRS. ROSE ROCKLIN M, of IT'.r-.'l NK $|h ct dle.1 Aug. 19. She came here 12 year* ago from Washington, wheie she was a bookkeeper In the Treaauury Department. Surviving are her husband. Samuel. daughter, mother, two brother* and two alater*. Services were in Waahinglon. with local arrangementa by Riverside Memorial Chapel. ERWIN BAEHR St, of |7M s\v 3i s t ,-t.. dieil Aug. 16. He was a technician at Mt. .sinal Hospital, and runic here ten years ago from tiermany. Surviving are his wife, fhrlsta. two daughter*. Esther and Judy; and a brother Services were AUK U it Oordon Funeral Home, ith buil.-il in Mt Nebo I'.-m. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 4733S-B IN UK: Kslate of SAItAll TANENBAUM Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITOR* To All Creditors and All Person* Having Claims" or Demands Against Said %  Mate: You are herebynotified and required to present any claims and demands which you may hswe against the *tate of SARAH TANENBAUM deceased late of Miami, Dade County. Kk.ri.la. to the County Judsrea of Dade County, and file the name In their offices In the County Courthouse In Iiade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred. c.KOKOE CHER EN aa Executor r.f the .Last Will and Testament of SARAH TANKNHAIM. Deceased. (TBOROE CIIKI'.KN. Attorney %  SII7 Olvmpia Building Miami. KTorlda y4 .„.,. r LEGAL NOTICE NOTICe UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEKERT alVBN that ih.. uaslaralsxnsd, rir-sirln i. ,-IIK.^. und. r the fir i i loui na m* r.f SBABOAftO IN.V al UtS V.W. Tlh \^' Miami. Mortria liitcnri.* Ir> rpej.rtrl num. with tlui'ink oT the I •Iniilt Court of Iindc County. KloNda. ADKI.K Si.1.1 >McN. Sole Owner KKSSr.KI! & I'.AIIS Attorneys for Apptlcanl l!ts SW. 1st Street • 4-n-i*. yi e IN THE CIVIL COURT OF RECORD IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No 54-SOtt-A FLORIDA L'.NDKRGARMKXT CO.. INC. a Hr.rlrlH rru pni atlon. Plalntirr. VM. MOB WOLJr. De/eodant. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO: M'U: WOLF. I >• f. ndant IS Fulton Avenue Atlantic Reach In(t Island. N.w York rOU ARE HKKKIiy Ni.Tll.-II-: I' Hist a Kill of Cnijilalnt for Damnae* on I Premiaes has lioe-n filed Against von. wherein plaintiff \* the and %  >< %  .! ata the lea.r. and you are hereby required t" swrva a, c0ftf of yoiii Answer or l'leadlnjc to -.ri.i Bill of Complaint on olaintitf 'attorney, MILTON A, FRIEDMAN, Illl Alnsley Bldf., Miami. Florida, and Hla the original Inawer or Pl< idinir In I lie •.nice of the Clerk of the Civil Court. Hade County Courthouse Miami, I'la.. ..II ..i befori Ih< .""b daj of s. i %  t< nib. r. lt>3. If \ r, i f..i to Ao aitalnat you for Hii.ll.-f damandad In iiimil "f coii.i.i.i-.iii. I>NK AND OIU>ERBD .t this :'"1, day ..f Ana-oaf. 15S. J. I,\M -I:\CK I:N. Clerk, Civil Oourl of Raoord Dads Count) Coorthouaa Uari. Florida (Mai) By: R P DaUANO, NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED CHAPTER 20722 ACTS OF 1941 File A-19e9 NOTICE IS HEREBY c.lVKN that Victor I" Valek, hold.-iof County Ta .-airt'ertlflcatea numbered US n'l ,17 % %  u.-rl th< 4-0; nade spa r a tan d'e.-l i l certiflcaten he following dear rlbed proparts in •',. i 'ountj ol l "side, State of -wit: Lot i.-, HI." %  '.. -. i Usta Terraee, Book K ItMte I'". I" l Oountj of Hade, Si• mbraeed i uli, atSi IS 'VI.ir ,,f rty under lh aald tif|, I was In the nanir of 1 b'Mx. c. Slack. W IKt of B .12" n of S 18.1 Ft of RBI I ol SWI I ..' %  SKI 1. Section Townhl|> -2 South. Range 41 Bast, i.malnMsT %  • Acre* more or lessi In the County of Dade. Htate -t FtorMa, aa embraced In Certificate No 541 The aaaeaament of aald pr.^ier>un,1, i th.said rertlflcate issuer! waa In the name of Irene .1. Itrownagle LsMsM. I'nlesa aald certificates shall be redeemed according to law. the property described herein will be aold to the highest bidder at the Court House door on the 'lr*t Monday In the month of Oetober. AH !:. which is the Mh day of < vtober. A.H Dated this Slat day f Auguat. A.D. B It. LKATHKRMAN. Clerk, firr-uit Cogtrt, Hade County. Florida (•!> H>: It M I.BKPBK. iN-puty Clerk. 1/4-11-lS-SS I NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDIC'AL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 59C8190 .I KAN MAYERS, Plata tiff. CHARLES MATEBH, 11..fendant. SUIT FOR ANNULMENT TO: CHARLES M \Yi:i(S I7 C.rand Avenue Dei Molaea, Iowa Tou CHARLES MAYERS are herein notified thai a Hill of Complaint J ^":^ ^i^ iLXia !•• %  • Annulm-I ha. been filed wM vr,u. and rog are re<|tilred to r\ e a copy of your Anowar or Pleading the'Kill of comi'laini on the plaintiffs. Attorney, MELVIN I MCROFF. Ml Road. M "ill Reach. Florida he orlvlnal Answer % %  !PleadInr In the ..ffl. ...f the Clerk "f the Clrculi Courl on oi before the ..th day ,,f ( ,, • If yOU fill' '" rlo -O. i, m i,> ,i. faint ill he takan against you for the relief demanded in ihBill ol i •omplalnL This notice sliajl I* published ol each week for four ronsecutlve weaka In TIIK JEWISH M.riHII'IAN DONE ANH ORDERED at Miami. Florida, Utia Mlh day of August. A U l Hi E. B. LBATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court, '>ade County Florid. (seal) By: UM VV 8TOCKINO, qpp.il. Clerk S/t-ll-l*-5 Daouty clerk I 1> •/< AITAT THI NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 5SCS077 GRACE NORTON Tin'MAS. Plaintiff, vs \V c.KOROE THOMAS, %  •ndant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO VV (teXiRHK THOMAS South VYayne St.. Mil


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Iridoy. September 4, 1959 +Je*lstilk>rldUar) Services This Weekend CAMDUUGHTiMG TMt %  1 Etui — 6:17 p.m. Page 13-A n TH YESHURUN. 17080 Collins ?* T Conservative. Cantor Jacob |colil'* rb # SRAEL. 7801 Corlylo OVO. %  OrthodoxR.bbi Isaao Ever. h-,.v•• > I'*' r4uura.iy'8:> km \.r Taml.1 Award to Mark I.thun son of Mr. and Mro. Dennln "JI?, t' '"1 "< n %  8e rmon: Th J. MM-" be Both Competent and SrtUI" Uueat speaker alao echedwl.m 1-loyd Fine, otudent at N.'/.w Theolos.cal College of on of Mr. and Mro. juOATH t Lnkle Hi., son or I *SHE EMES. 2538 $W 1Mb avo. I'comervatiwo. Maxwell Sllberman, Ipreiiotnt. rfTH DAVID. 2435 SW 3rd avo. Con. lurvative. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg Icantor William W. Lioson. l,','"v a.m. R.r Mltzvah: Robt! ',„,•,.• Mr. and Mr. Arthur Hhelr; w'fu. "' "' Mr William Shayne. ,TM EL %  SW 17th avo. Orthodox. (Rabbi Solomon Sehiff. liiu> li l>m. Saturday !:30 a.m. „,„„; nidging Our Ways." JTH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd avo. [Conservative. Rabbi Oavid W. Horlioi. Cantor Hyman Pein. JTH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie avo. Or%  tnodox. Rabbi H. Loult Rottman. %  Cantor Maurice Mamchss. E TH JACOB. 301-311 Washinoton ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tlbor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamchoa. | i. r, p.m. Saturday 8:80, a-m. n: "In Pursulns JL; o r TH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd avo. |Orthodox. Rabbi Arie Becker. JTH TFILAH. 93S Euclid avo. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E Rackovsky. JRAL WAY JEWISH CENTER. Ip.O. Box 34-58*. Miami. Rabbi Sam|uel April. • —— IDE HEIGHTS CENTER. 1*160 NW Ijna ave. Conservative.'Cantor EmailItjel Mandel. ILAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 61at [>rcw c e>i> cnation Tsnn^n D-aafn-ma'] hntra D-DVT nniTxn inn •• T : • %  T %  %  • i ?pia nrx *iwc .p-itin xin T T ••": T • \: T : • mx .m 1 ? m on 0"aiipi wra onamn onasn "1 "lit" • T I •nia*i Kin -irira D^n^ani •l T V T V • T .iav-j? 1 ? mttf atom i:ra moil n'atfn-rmn %  T : • T T p"?? 1 ? niitfx-in rntfn ,1933 Rwnia T QHin; Vtf n^iia prv nnaaan Ofcm •ansTa TRW wjin •TV T • I | | • tUNSLATION Ramot Hashavim One of the beautiful districts of -racl is the Sharon. When you pvel from Tel Aviv to Hadera, fou pass almost all the time Inrough orange groves and green % %  elds. |n the Sharon there are many pet'.lements, and they are close to *ach other. One of the prettiest !" most interesting villages is Ramot Haahavim, which recently %  celebrated its 25th anniversary i years of it* existence.) i.,^ !" Hashavim was founded !933, the first year of the large Immigration of Jews from Gcr•"anyAmong the immigrants were were many young people ih !J rned t0 *•• Wbbutzlm, but IK t i er "nmigranu aettled main"> m the town*. (Published by Brit Ivrit Olamlt.) pi. Conaorvatlvo. Rabbi Bernard Shotor. Friday :43 p .m. Saturday S:J a. m FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1*01 E. Andrews avo. Ploform. Rabbi Marlua Ranson. Cantor Sherwin Levino. HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th it. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross. • —i HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CONOREQATION. 1150 W. 66th St., Palm HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE BINAI. 2030 Polk t. Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. • —— ISRAELITE CBMTER. 3iyg SW 24th tor. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavaky. KNESETH ISRAEL. 1418 Euclid avo. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Seif. Friday 6.30 p.n Saiunl.iv | JO a.m. Sermon: "Are We Goorl.JudKMIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION. 1101 SW 12th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Horschell Savllle. Cantor Berele Kelemer. Friday 8:30 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "Vocabulary of Faith." • MONTICELLO PARK. 164th st. and NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipshitz. I' I. \ 6:1.'. p.m. Saturday 1:41 I m Bar Mltxvah: Jeffrey r.>h.-n. RUIott .Sale. Sermon: "I.If. Is a I'roceaa of liil.-.irnn.n Before Learning." NORTH DADE CENTER. 13630 W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Henry Okolica. Cantor Herman Marchboin-Marbiny Friday 8:13 p.m Sermon: "JudKes." Baturday 9 am Bkr Mlti\ah: Joseph. son of Mrs. Doris Winters. NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620 75th tt Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowlu. Cantor Edward Klein. SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6436 SW Sth at. ConservativeRabbi Maurice Klein. Friday 8:10 p.m. Sermon: "Butldlng for Eternity." • -*— TEMPLE BETH AM. 8*50 N. Kendall dr., S. Miami. Rerorm rtabbl Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. TEMPLE BETH EL. 1646 Polk at., Hollywood. Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. TEMPLE BBTH SHOLEM of Holly wood. 1725 Monroe at. Conservative Rabbi Samuel Lerer. Cantor Ernoot Schroibor. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase ave. Liberal. Rabbi Loon Kronlab Cantor Davlo Convlsor. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sormonotte and munlc. Saturday 10:46 a.m. Bar Mltzvah: Blllv Owens, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo SchloM. 491? Plnetroe dr. TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon Edwarda. Cantor Ben Gross berg Friday %M p.m. Sermon: "What Does Completed Mean?" .Saturday 9 a.m. Bar Mltzvah: Israel Fried: Jay Bvriter. Sermon : "Preparation and Chance." TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washing, ton avo. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lshrman. Cantor Israal Reich. TEMPLE ISRAEL. 187 NE 19th st Reform. Rsbbi Joseph R. Narot Cantor Jacob Bornstsln. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Tko 81*7nlflcance of Prayer." TEMPLE JUDEA. 820 Palarmo avs Liberal. Rabbi MSrns Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. Friday *:ir, p.m. Sermon: "The Sabbath Mind." Saturday service for Mlnyonalres 9 a.m. TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradl tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Samuel Gombtft-g. Friday 8:15 p.m. Ouest speaker: I'hllllp IJihovltz. Topii•:, "A lUbblnIcal Student Burvvi American Judaism." Suturday 8:45 a.m. Emanu-EI Names Education Director; Registration Continues All Departments HfMOT BLOOM Bloom New Beth Sholom Director Judge Harry Arthur Greenberg, president of Temple Beth Sholom, Wednesday announced the appoint-1 ment of Herbert C. Bloom as director of education and youth activities. Bloom succeeds Sydney J. [ Greenberg. who has left to take a position in Los Angeles. Bloom is a graduate of Brooklyn College and New York University,! with BA and MA degrees in education. He has been, devoted to Jewish' youth work and education for. many years, having participated! as a member and executive direc] tor of Zionist youth organizations' and summer camps. Bloom attended Talmud Torah \ Tiphereth Haoroh and Harzliah Hebrew Teachers Seminary. He | cam* to Beth Sholom in 1956 as youth activities director from several years as youth director and instructor at Temple B'nai Israel, Elmont, L. I. For many years Bloom was active in production and distribution 1 of Jewish: audio-visual materials. During the war. Bloom was a first lieutenant in the United States Army, Intelligence Division, in the European Theatre of Operations, having taught combat intelligence and staff duties at army service schools. Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-EI, and Qr, Herman Mcchlowitz, chairmAO. of its board of education, announce the formal opening of religious school classes lor the new term j Tuesday. Registration for all departments, nursery, kindergarten, foundation school and daily religious school is now in progress. Special welcome was extended Wednesday to Rabbi Bernard A. Mcssman, new education director, who he* arrived here te head the Temple's 700-student school, by Samuel Friodland, president of the Temple, and Mrs. Milton Feller, president of the PTA. TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Bennc M. Wallach. TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. *51 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabb Leo Helm. Friday 8 p.m. Sermon: "Weekly Portion." Oner Shahbat host*: Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Zwlrn. Saturday 9 a.ru. e %  TEMPLE ZION. 6720 SW 17th st Conservative Rabbi Alfred Was man. Friday 6:10 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Bar ih: Mii'hu. i Mm ot Mr. and Mrs. Kmanuel Moskowlta. flFERETH ISRAI.L. S600 N. Mum • ave. Conssrvativs. Rabbi Harry L. Lawrsnco. Cantor Albert Glantz. •'rlilay 8.30 p.m. Sermon: "And Thou -Jlialt Prepare." Onesr Hnaohat ho'e*s: M ICunhner, In hon.ir ol the marrlaae of hor daufhter. Arlene, [o lUberl Moses. Saturday I a.m. Lunch Program At Beth Israel Rabbi Stanley B. Weiss, education director of Beth Israel religious school, 711 W. 40th st.. announces the opening of registra-j tion. Classes will be conducted in the, new school building, which is fully, air-conditioned and heated, and' which contains a Youth Center, in-j eluding facilities for ping-pong, basketball, voUeyball, and many other games. A n extensive extra-curricular program has been planned, which will feature picnics, outings, movies, baseball, and football. Rabbi Weiss said that the Kosher Lunch Room project will enter its fourth year. Students of the Hebrew school participating in the program, are given Kosher lunches, with children afforded the op portunity to practice dietary laws and recite "the blessings. Children attending Nautilus Junior High School are given free transportation to and from school for the Kosher lunch program, which is available only to students of Beth Israel religious school. During the past three years, alumnni of the Beth Israel religious school have been accepted in Yeshiva University in New York, and Ner Israel Rabbinical CoUege in Baltimore. Registration hours at Beth Israel are 9 a.m. to S p.m. Rabbi Mussman was born in Chicago. 111., and attended public schools there. He is a graduate of the Central Hebrew High School of Chicago and received his BA at Roosevelt University and MA in educational administration and guidance from Northwestern University. He also attended the College of Rabbis to Meet New Consul Here Rabbis of Greater Miami will greet the new Consul of Israel. Moshe Leshem, and install Rabbi Alfred Waxman as Israel Bond chairman of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn. at a breakfast meeting Thursday morning, Sept. 10, in the library of Temple Israel, it was announced by Samuel Orilt, general chairman with Jack A. Cantor of the Greater Miami Israel Bond committee. Oritt said that Leshem had expressed "particular interest" in meeting the rabbinate of Greater Miami 'who were so instrumental in helping to make Miami the leading city in tbe United States last year in increased economic aid to Israel through the High Holidays Israel Bond program under the leadership of Dr. .Irving Lehrman and Joseph Cohen." At the meeting of the rabbis next Thursday, plans will be made for this year's High Holidays Israel Bond campaign. The rabbis will also extend a welcome to the new spiritual leaders here who have been called to serve Miami congregations. High Holidays include Rosh Hashona, Oct. 3 and 4, and Yom Kippur, Oct. 12. Jewish studies and the Hebrew Theological College of Chicago. Kabbi.-A4us.sman is a graduate ordained rabbi of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, where he also received an MS degree in Hebrew Letters. While at the Seminary, he served as assistant director of the Seminary School of Jewish Studies. Upon hit ordination in 1952, he became a chaplain in the US. Army and was stationed at Ft. Benning, Ga. He later served as spiritual leader of the Scottsdale Jewish Center of Chicago for one year, and in 1955 was caUed to Congregation Adas Israel in Washington, D. C, as its associate rabbi and director of education. He served in this capacity until August, when he assumed his responsibilities at Temple Emanu-EI. While in Washington, Rabbi Mussman served as a member of the executive board of the Jewish Community Council of Greater Washington, the National B'nai B'rith Youth Committee, secretary of the Rabbinical Assn. of Greater Washington, and president of the Educators Council of Greater Washington. From 1957 through 1959. he served as department chaplain of the American Legion of the District of Columbia. From 1956 to 1959, Rabbi Mussman was a member of the United Synagogue Commission on Jewish Education, and wasconsultant for the United Synagogue for the Seaboard Region. He is a member of the Rabbinical Assembly of America, the Educators Assembly, and the Boy Scouts of America advisory committee. Rabbi Mussman is married and the father of three children. Memorial Meet For Noted Author Memorial meeting in memory of the late David Pinsky will be held jointly by the Labor Zionist Assembly of Greater Miami and Yivo Thursday, Sept. 10, at Kneseth Israel Congregation. The meeting will memorialize the world-renowned Yiddish author who passed away Aug. 10 in Haifa. Israel. Cantor Abraham Seif will render the liturgical program, which begins at 8 p.m. Monticello Buys i New School Bus Monticello Park Jewish Center will open its school year Tuesday, when students of the nursery and Hebrew divisions begin their studies. The congregation, which had 65 members live years ago, ranged sixth last year in the number of students in the more than 35 Jewish schools in Dade county. In order further to service the community, a school bus has boon purchased by the Center to provide transportation for areas such as Sky Lake, Ives Estates and Eastern Shores. Abraham J. Gittelson, education director, announced a special pre| confirmation program for eighth : and ninth grade students leading to confirmation after a two-year course of study. New members of the faculty will include Isadora Dickman and Mrs. Arthur Hirschberg, who will be joining Mrs. Jack Diamond, Mrs. Saul Frechtel, Mrs. Joseph Green: berg, Mrs. Michel Gruen, Mrs..SidI ney Kay, Mrs. Seth Levene, Mrs. Irving Seidel, and Mrs. Sam Seigel and Mrs. Rudolph Wichter, as staff i members. Klddush hostess: Mrs. Lillian I-a*ter. In memory of her late husband, Morris. TORAH TEMPLE. 1254 West ave Traditional. Rabbi Abraham Cassel SITVIC.S Friday evening and day morning-. Dally prayer and medl tatlon —o — YOUNG ISRAEL. 16760 NE 10th ave Orthodox. ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44 Za mora ave. Conservative. Rabb* B Registration for new nursery school at Temple Ner Tamid. Left to right are Mrs. Yvette Silberger and teacher Mrs. Hope Herman. *•* % 



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Pag 2-B +JeistncrkOan Her Hands Create Irene Patai's Light Irene Patai is an attractive young woman w.th lovely light brown hair she wears in a bun and ivory-hewn hands whose delicacy seem to transmit light. This is in fact tiie case, for Mrs. Patai is a novelist, here on vacation with a precocious teenage daughter. Emily, to gather material for a nen novel Her %  flarst. "Valley of God." is published by Random House and concerns itself with the prophet Hosea. Jewish Floridian book editorHilary Mindlin asked Mrs. Patai about her Biblical technique. "Most novels based on history or the Bible." Mrs. Mindlin observed, "are full of those -heavily descriptive scenes involving major anthropological research — the marketplace, lurid dances, pagan ,-rtes of love, and battles. You seemed to avoid this, and came up with a novel that is airy, a delight to read, and beautiful in its simplicity." Mrs. Patai, her eyes dancing, confessed that her editor at Random House, noted author Hiram Hay den. "cut about a hundred pages from my manuscript. Perhaps if you had read the original. Pythian Sisters Have Meeting Roosevelt Temple 33. Pythian Sisters, met Wednesday evening at the Temple Hall. 4601 W. Filler st. you would find it more like many of the other Biblical novelin this regard. "The impulse to reproduce the costumes of the time, modes of action, geography, and all the other landmarks that make fewreality.' is overwhelming. But I did try to be less pondorou> anthropologically and more deli cate artistically." Did this mean that "Valley of God" was not a true biographical studv of Hosea. but a takeoff on his life? "To begin with." Mrs. Patai answered, speaking beautifully with her hands, "there is not too much we know about Hosea. The extent of our knowledge is in the novel. Bat I feel that more than a takeoff.' as you put it. would be presumptuous Why read a Biblical or historical novel if it offers no more of an experience than the Bible or history can offer?" "1 hen you mean," Mrs. Mindlin suggested, "that Hosea is symbolic — that it raises Valley of God' above mere story-telling into the realm of art by creating the prophet as a symbol of some ultimate aesthetic significance?" "Precisely. ;:ie purpose of the prophet in history was for him to exalt Israel — to elevate Israel in accordance with the moral precepts cf God. But Hosea is mar ried to an adulteress, who ultimately becomes a priestess in ms. mm PATAI fast a —i—| the name of Astarte. Hosea's blemi'ufcd love thus symbolizes God's blemished love for Israel. "Just as God loves an errant Israel." Mrs. Patai explained, "so Hosea loved an errant wife. Both suffer for their love object. Both are constantly waging a. battle against evil." What of the new novel'' "This Hans Weilby yice president of the Chamber of Commerce of Surlside. Ba Harbour and Bay Harbor, presents Mrs. Rhea Cashman Gladwin with a plaque at dedication ceremonies last week of the new Surf-Bal-Bay Library In Miami it's FLORIDA-FOREMOST DAIRIES For Home Delivery Phone FR 4-2621 The great ivimi in dairy products FRANK J. HOLT, Manager TETIEY TEA IN A GLASS. 500 Witness Library Opening Some 500 residents witnt the dedication of the Surf Bal Bav Library last week at 222 95th st\ Surfside. Dr. Joseph Narot. of Temple Israel of Greater Miam:, gave the invocation National anthem was sung by Mrs. Annette Godwin. Mrs. William Maxwell, president of the Women's Division of the Chamber of Commerce* and the Library Assn., welcomed guests. Mrs. George Valentine, vice president, introduced dignitaries who included Mayor Shepard Broad, of Bay Harbor Islands Mayor Eugene Schwarz. of Bal Harbor, who later cut the gold ribbon opening the doors to the library. Also seated on the platform were Commissioner Charles Hall Sen. Harry P. Cain, Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, and Mrs. Max Dobrui. president of the Friends of the Miami Beach Library. Mrs. Beulah Butler, secretary read greetings from the White House, from Gov. LeRoy Collin* and others Frank Fden, of the Miami Public Library, was guest speaker. 'Leonard Young sang from the Episodic Cantata, written by Martin Godwin, who accompanied him at the piano. Mrs. Lo u Cole past president, introduced guest's responsible for the creation of the library. Presiding at the dedication was Mrs Rhea Cashman Galdwin founder, past president, and now chairman of the library comm.t"' '" WeUby. vice president ,of the Chamber of Commerce presented Mrs. Gladwin with a Plaque commending her and co?%"%?* L he Women s Division of the Chamber of Commerce "for ; their tireless efforts and their success in establishing the Tri-Community Library." Rev. Charles' H Meeker, of the Church-by the-Sea, gave the bene diction. is something I began many years ago—as a matter of fact about 13 yean ago wnen I lived here for about ten months and was teaching at the Lear School on Miami Beach. Random House has an option on it—if 1 can get itj-ompleted." The "if" is a contract with another noted publishing house in New York City to do a biography on the life of world-renowned sculptor Jacques Lipshitz. "Delivery dte is January. 1961," she said, "and tb > puts the novel somewhere in the background." j So, too, do Mrs. Patai's teach-1 ing chores in a Long Island high school, "which keep me constantly on the borderline of fatigue, and make writing a true labor of love." Her extra-curricular life? "There are friends—in New York writers don't spend as much time socializing as one might imagine But Mrs. Patai does manage some spare time for novelist James T. i Farrell and acquaintances on Capitol Hill like Sen. Hubert Humphrey and Sen. Wayne I Morse. "Writing is the thing," she told j Mrs. Mindlin, who appeared [ with Mrs. Patai in a WPST tele vision broadcast Wednesday. "Beyond that, there is love About love? Well ." The ivory-hewn hands, waving again in subtle nuance, indeed transmit light—the light of literature and art. Friday, Septe mber t Beth Din Meets With Butchers Beth Din of the Com. Va.d Hflksxhruth of CrtH ami maj^^whoh^ur kosher meat here thi-Twe^. Groudan. Vaad presi >n nouneed. *• Groudan said that the Beta i and the wholesalers agreed accept the highest standard. supervision to assure the er that meat has strict na supervision at the whoteT, leveL" Cort Pack Company and and Company have consented adhere to the jurisdicti a of Beth Din, Groudan said, \ that "at another meetuu keener butchers under its ( vision, standards were laid that will require the butchers lead a personally religious lie assure their trustworthine to i public." Market Show at Algiert Seventh annual Southeast a 1 *.] ket Week opens Sunday at the Al-I giers hotel. The show, -ponsortjl by the Florida Handbag Jn d Jt| elry Salesmen's Assn.. will hjr.1 some 100 of the leading hat and jewelry firms shouiog new fall .and winter lines, ing to Jack Parzen. "buyers are expected from of the southern states and from the North as well I I I I I I I I r i i i i i IKOSHER ZI0N m% P(t*£ 8££F PRODUCTS • PEPPERF 0 BEEF • IIVER SAUSAGE • FRANKFURTERS • CORNE0 BEEF • PASTRAMI • BOLOGNA • SALAMI MUAMMC IFIICATRSEK, SlrHRMUnS I IfSTAflBAHTS KOSHER ZION >'23tiLZSES2P* EXCLUSIVE DISTRIBUTORS OF THti SOUTH £?K> ,H PR OV'OM CO, IMC. 855 J?. S £. AYNE STKEKT. MIAMI BEACH BSf ** J "**• M "%  >... 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CAUSEWAY %  *AAAa>a>a\a\# A4a\*a\*AAAA flerisle % ONCE A KNIGHT ALWAYS A KNIGHT AT KING ARTHUR'S COURT For Dinner t Dancing and To Be Entertained By the Six Singing Strings and the Twin Pianos Miami Springs Villas Art Brunt, co-owner IUNCH • OINNIR • SUPPER tfumow ORDERS TO TAKE OUT PHONE UN 6-4303 Jr5 ?'.i ST MIAMI B(AO CONVENTION BOOM: TTiere haven't been too many conventions or exhibits at the Miami Beach Exhibition Hall since its opening last winter. But that was to be expected. Big conclaves of national import make their booking two or three years ahead. Next summer, however, the Exhibition Hall will be a beehive of activity, and for some time to come. Among the national conventions lured by the hall, and probably the most ever booked into one city within a four-months period, will be the Kiwanis, Rotary, American Medical ; Assn., American Legion, and at least a dozen more giant-sized groups. They will be responsible for pouring more than 150,000 conventioneers and their families into this area. With its regular summer tourist trade, the Beach should experience its biggest summer in history. So forget this one already. NAMES MAKE NEWS: Charles Martel in and out of town readying plans for his new plush apartment structure, the Executive, a few hundred feet north of the Eden Roc, on Collins ave. He's expected to break ground on or about Sept. 15. His son Kenneth, formerly in the hotel business, is now a full-fledged Wall Streeter. Paul Sobel and his family had a wonderful time seeing the U.S.A. They drove to California in leisurely fashion, stopping off en route for sightseeing in Texas. Arizona and New Mexico. Mrs. Ted Sewell and daughter, Barbara, back from a visit to Chicago, and like a true Beachite she has nothing but praise for our summer climate compared to the red hot heat of the midwest. Eddie Melniker, Bernie Cabellero, Bob Feldstein and Harry Pelkin a Sunday foursome at Bayshore. Also among the early ayem players there: Art Shandloff, Larry Selilc, Max Wilson (in a threesome). Dr. Lester Saroff, Dr. Mike Gilbert, Sid Gans, Harry Rabin, Red Lubin, and Attorney Ray Yunes. Dr. and Mrs. Norman J. Russ have something to be proud of. Their son. Dennis, was chosen president of the Southeast Federation of Temple Vouth. He represents Temple Beth Sholom on the Beach. It was a memorable vacation for Eugene Schoenfeld. of Miami Beach. The University of Miami medical school junior journeyed to Africa for an elephant hunt, and also visited with the renowned Dr. Albert Schweitzer at his hospital in Lambarente, French Equatorial Africa. Bay-shore women golfers will be holding their last weekly tournament at the Beach course today. The 18-hole layout closes next Wednesday, and won't reopen until Oct. 10. In the meantime the Bayshore members will be doing their swinging at Normandy Shores. Among the women who have been playing exceptionally well at Bayshore recently are Betty Schwartz, Peggy Finkel, Sue Cutler Pat Bromberg. Elaine Lasser, Mrs. Isadore Hecht, Mrs. Harry Auslander and Mrs. Joseph Fleisher. M P* TA P: Among the highlights of the Labor Day weekend is the Air Force show at the Exhibition Hall. The public is invited to attend tins gigantic display of electronic marvels on Saturday and Sundav i One of the highlights will be a simulated journey on a space ship Pa* sengers boarding the ship will be able to experience the sensation of ; space travel. The show is titled "Aerospace Panorama." Most of the top aircraft manufacturers will have displays in the giant hall Wait'11 you see a close-up of the missiles. BIG WEEKEND: With the population of Dade county much bigger than last year at this time, the hotels and motels can figure on a record crowd of local folk for their special Labor Day weekend programs There is no greater bargain in the entire world when it comes to hoteland-motel living on the oceanfront in this great resort area When you hear the rates of the commercial hostelries in any of the metropolitan centers of the north, and consider there's little to %  c njPare in the conveniences offered, you realize there's nothing like a M.ami Beach vacation, whether you are a native here, or a visitor from any part of the nation. 2£l m Jm'?£S£r m %  "-* --"•" s fit Among the recommended revues in town i s ho?,Vr or 1 i breaki ^ Havana Ki?Attw n'TfnJeSgTt 8 ** ta ^ !" £&£ Irish^ux^^a^ i ,s B ^.fa^:, ho wi^ v lh 1 r a rus a n Rodriguez. And her Spanish numberfso^s SSMSlS^ are there to convince you. Bettv ai !" dn7L! A gun framing, with comedian Milos y^^^^S^StSS^^Vl ArTh* ? fc remtad,uI < the Mexic 8 nTt,r. Cantlnflas b "* of BiaSa ISTiXtt&'ZVt ==? speaking world. Wow. can this gal SWtStt VUS* \\TJzz %  —* ^ MLra srSeSt: King Arthur's Court in Miami Springs Villas will h. u .. day program of entertainment, including Lwce oreteJl. V'"* h0lj dining service has been a magnet for local enu^mlf.-* d acts 1U Dance lovers also can hooHt Vo thX h\aTs con.'enf T^l^ Boom room of the Fontainebleau Relw I content at the BoomRoc, the Ivory Tower in Z S Sony toAl^Tf". B a' r at ,he Eden lomat, Lucerne, and ^eJTZeX^Z^t^^^ "* -J^^^^ —g -de rful The youngsters will get a bie boot „„ < J \.V ? holiday weekend, fry menus at the Bonfire Z tecZASfSZ ^ SPeC al SmaU Family style dinners like mother user! Michel', i„ Nrmarmy 1,1.. the dWn. ^L VS*aT! 'V*"* %  and also at the Sterlir* hoteT ,h# *"*•'"•* hotel. 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Lay, September 4. 1959 JenI si'itcrJdHan Page 15-A OMUL i i BY HENRY LEONARD LEGAL NOTICE "Lunar Expedition F42 calling Earth... Sine* on* day up here last* two weeks, Corporal Hymon wants to know what to do about Shabbas." IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, • FLORIDA, IN PROBATE No. 47400 C .IN RE: BaUU of • THOMAS LAWS. IN TIIRELKEIJi I > %  CSS1 cl. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Cn JI torn and AH Person* Hat bur Claims or Demands Against Said B*t**a: You .mIn i.l.i notified, and required In pits,iil .,n\ claims anil denuuida which you mai have against ill'estate ,,f THOMAS [.AW BON IHUKLKKLD deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to tb Count) Judges Of Uade I'minly, and III,Hi.-.milii their offices in the County Court' house In Dade County, Florida, within eight ,'al.oi'lar months from the date of the first publication hereof, or the aaine will he barred. HOMER C. THHBIJvBLD Administrator of the Estate of Thomas lawann Threlkeid ENUBL and HOI SEN Max P. F.IIK.-I. >f < ounsel VK Blscayne Building Miami 32, Florida FRanklln 3-0M2 8/28.9/4-11-18 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that he undersigned, desiring to engage business under the flrtltloua name If CARIBBEAN AIRCRAFT SUPPLY Kl. at 3120 N.W* 59th Auenue. inI, n> register b.ii'l name with the Clerk of th, I-titt Court of Hade County, Kl,,. li-.... WILLIAM || SPIRES pil.I.IAM I BRENNER [ % % %  for Applicant k In ROM 8/14-21-28,9/4 Capitalcorp. ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE FINANCING WAREHOUSE LOANS FACTORING EQUIPMENT FINANCING COMMERCIAL PAPER Phone: TUxedo 8-7551 4309 N.W. 36th Street Miami Springe. Florida H. S GRUBER PntsipiNT GEORGE J. TALIAROFF CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 47337 IN RE: Estate of SYLVIA BECKMAN also known as BUNNY (iAER Ilereased. NOTICE TO CREOITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified ami required to present any claims and demand* which you may have against the estate of SYLVIA BECKMAN, also known aa BUNNY OVER d< late ,,f I'aile County, Florida, to the Coiintv Judges of Dade County, an,I file the same In their office* In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Forlda. within eight calendar monthi from the date of the first publication hereof, or the name will be barred. SAM BECKMAN. AExecutor of the Estate of SYLVIA BECKMAN. also known as BUNNY QAER netiRue CHEREN, \u..in,> •07 Olvmpls Building Miami. Florida „„_„,.,„_„ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned. dealrlng*to engage In business under the fictitious names of BEL-TEL ANSWERPHONB SERVICE. CUB: HBIeTKI, AN8WEKIM; SERVICE CLUB: BEL-TEL 'PHONE SERVICE CLI'B: intend* to register aald names with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, and In other parts of the State of Florida. PARA.MOrNT ADVERTISING. PUBLIC RELATIONS A PROMOTIONS. INC. 8/14-11-28.9/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that th* undersigned, desiring to engage In business .under the fictitious name of ADVANCE RESEARCH BUREAU, at IM1 Congreaa Building Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. EDWARD .1 JAPIIE WELL1SCH. IHOUGHKKTY & ZAIAC Attorney* for Advance Research Bureau. 8/14-21-28,9-4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of TIAS at tTW-U N.W, 17th Avenue,, Miami, Floriila Intend* to reglater said name with the Clerk of the Circa!! Court of Dade County, Florida. THE INTERNATIONAL ART SHOW. INC. a Fla. corporation B) PAUL \V. WATSOX. President MARVIN ALAN ROSMAN Attorney for The International Art Show, Inc. 1/14-81NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of HARMONY APARTMENTS at 1059 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach. Fla., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Count v, Florida. JACK and OLGA KAIIN 124-11th St., Miami Beach. Ma. 8/14-21-28. 9/4 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 469S4-B IN RE: Estate of SAM YKGEM)WITZ a/k/a SAMUEL YEOELOWITZ. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claim* or Demand* Agaln*t Said Estate: You are hereby notified and required t,, present any claim* and demands which hava against the A'iTZ a/k a SAMUEL •I their offices In the Count) '• %  MI i b' >'-•' it Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar uiorrths from the date of the first publication ,,r the same will be hi EDWARD %  ENOLANDER A TENDRJCH Alton %  Miami Beach, Florida NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ROYS COCKTAIL LOUNGE SPECIALTIES at 1320 North Miami Avenue, Miami. Florida intends to regster aald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ROY TANNENBAUM SHELDON J. SCHLESINGBR. Eaq. Attorney for Roy'* Cocktail Inunge Specialities 8/211,9/4-11-18 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUiT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 59C 7360 .... %  KOSKI.I.A McBLRROWS, Plaintiff, vs. L. B Mclil RItoWS, I efendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: L. B. McBURROWS Route 1 Flnlcyson. Georgia You anhereby notified that a Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer mi the Plaintiff's attorney, BERNARD B. WF.KSLER. 309 Industrial Bank Building. Miami 32. Florida and file the original thereof In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on ,,r before the 7th day of September. IS',:'. If you fall to do *o otherwise, the allegations of aald Complaint will be taken as confessed by you Dated at Miami, Florida, this 3rd day of August. A.D. 1959. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade Countv, Florida (seal) By: K. M. LYMAN, Deputy Clerk. 8/7-14-21-28 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! +Jel *#> Ih+kUar solicits four legal nufJc**. We apprci a l4> roar patronage and auaran*e accurate service at legal rates Phone FR 4-4366 tor messenger service LESAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of PAN AMERICAN WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS a* 2195 8.W. 2."Ill Terrace. Miami. Florida Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JOSEPH SHAVBIJi Role Owner EUGENE M. ALBERT Attorney for Applicant H(i4 Rlscaylie Bids. Miami, Florida I St, I t-11-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In 111, 1.-' the fictitious It* MINYON CLUB at Jiti N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami Int.-nils i said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court I %  .,,!,• i 'ounty, Florida. NATHAN ABRAHAM 8/28.9/4-11-18 IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 445S4-A RE: ESTATE OF BESSIE LESSER, also known as BESSIE FRANKEL 1 leceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE la hereby given that 1 have filed my -final report and petition for Final Discharge a* EXECUTOR of the estate of BESSIE LESSER, also known as BESSIE FRANKEL deceased: and that on the 5th day of Ootober, 1959. I will apply to the Honorable W. F. BLANTON County Judge of Dade County, Florida, for approval of said final report and for final discharge aa EXECUTOR of the ESTATB of BB88IK LESSER, alao known aa BESSIE FRANKEL. deceased. This 24th day of August, 1959. MAURICE G. FURMAN MYERS. IIBLMAN KAPLAN li:,n s W. 1st St., Miami. Fla. Attorneys for fetUU* ^ lf>|| NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR'DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV. IN CHANCERY, No. 59C742S BETTY BURDETTE DEES, Plaintiff, CARL I. DECS, 1 icfemlant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: AD Carl L. N.A.KT.F. c/o Aircraft Maintenance Naval Air Station Mi mphla, Tenneaaea You are hcnln notified that a Bill Itiplatnt for Divorce has been filed against you. and vou are reoulred to serve a copy of your Answer or I'leadiiiK to the Bill of Uomplalnt on the plaintiff* Attorney BIDNE1 M ARONOV1TZ. 1001 Alnsley Hull,I inir. Miami It, Florida, and file the %  I Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 7th day of September, 1959. If you fall to do so, Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. I This notice shall he published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FI-oRlDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, thia Sth day of August, A.D 195 E. B LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida (seal) By: K. M. LYMAN Deputy Clerk 8/7-14-81-28 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY (HV'EN thnt the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of s MIAMI BRAt H ESTATE LICENSE I SCHOOL at 1887 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach Intends to register aald sir %  He clerk of the Circuit County. Florida. BLIA BROOKS. Sole Owner I I 4-81-. 9/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS H IIVEN thai the ad. desiring to engaEe In I • he %  MIM.MS name of H1N M, IKHOW SKY'S at 1458 Florida Intend to r< I • with the ci. :, Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida -KY IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, IN PROBATE No. 471*3 In RE: Estate of ANNA ROSEN HECK Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Person* Having Claims or Demands Against Jtald Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and dema-idt which you may have against the %  state of ANNA ROSEN HECK, deceased late of Dade County, Florida to the County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their offlcea In the County Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the flret publication hereof, or the same will be barred. ETTA WEISSIlKltC.KIi. Ekecul riz. LEONARD H. RUBIN Attorney 1(18 Metropolitan Bank Bblg. Miami 32: Florida S'll" ', i NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORtOA. IN CHANCERY NO. 59C 7699 I.IN DA BUCKLES, Plaintiff v: TROT BUCKLES, I icfendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: Mr. Triiv Ujnklcs Route No %  Elisahethlon, Tenn. You TROY RUCKLES are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has Iwen filed against you, and you are required to serve a oooy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. BENNETT A POPPER 9629 S. Dixie Highway. Kendall M, Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 81st day of Seutdiiber. 1959. If you fall to do so, judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall he published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED at .Miami l-'loi ul.i. thla 13th day of August, A.D. 19:.9. E.. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (*eal) By: K M LYMAN. Deputy cleik BENNETT POPPER S Dixie Highuay Kendall .'.6. Florida Attorneys for Plaintiff 11-88, 9/4-11 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 59C 7335 CEIL MBSKO. Plaintiff, vs. JOHN MBSKO, Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: JOHN ME8KO v Defendant 546 Ziegler Avenue Linden. New Jersey YOU ARE HERE BY NOTIFIED that a Complaint for Divorce ha* been filed against you. and you are hereby required to serve a copy of your answer on the Plaintiff* Attorney. ANGELO A. AIJ. 1103 Alnsley Building. Miami 32. Florida, and file the original answer In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 21st day of September, 1959, or the allegations will be taken aa confessed against you. DATED at Miami. Dade County, Florida, this isth day of August. 1959. B. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk. CLcult Conn. Dad* county. Fli>rlda (seal) By K M. LYMAN. I •• -puty Clerk 8/81-88, !''4-ll IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 59C 7301 I'M LINE VADEN COATES, Plaintiff, vs WILIJAM ci M'.INi'i: COATES, I icfcndant ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO WILLIAM CLARENCE COATEE Gladys, Virginia YiH' ARK HERE BY NOTIFIED that a complaint for Divorce has boon fPed against you. ami ytm arc hereby required to senra a copj ol your ani to the Complaint for Divorce ,,n Plaintiff* attorneys and file the original Answer In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before th* fjal d.iv of September. 1959: otherthe allegations ,,f said Complaint for Divon e i1l be taken as confessed against you. Dated this 17th day of August. 19-9. E. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida (seal) By: R. H. RICE. JR.. Deputy Clerk TALIANOFF & WAIJ.ER Attorneys for piaii>tirf 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach. Florida ^^ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERESY GIVEN that the umlei SIKIU'II. desiring to i-ni ler the fictitious name ol I.of RAJJCH.MAN MOTORS at 8108 N.W. 36th Street, Miami Intends to register said name %vRh Ihe Clerk ,f the Circuit Court i,r Dade i Florida. LOUTS BAicilMAN. Sole Owner v 14-21 -28, %  I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY ':iv tinundersigned, desiring to engage In bualneaa undet the fictitious name tfl MoTKI. SALES CO it MJ N I St Miami intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade Count*. Florid* M. GRANT. INC v 8!.ft, 9/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, ile-li'lnc to enu.ig,in under the fictitious nameof V I..M COTTONS and FRESHY.IIN Kilts OH FLORIDA. INC., at 211 N.W 5th street. Miami. Florida intends to register said names with the Clerk or the Circuit Court ,r Da.de County. Florid., VACATION!.AND MODES, INC Sola Owner MARVIN I WIENI Attorney r>,r Applicant 1111 Alnsley Bid*;. /4-lf-!8-8S IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 45256 IN RE: Estste or JACOB MILLER I ,,..' sell NOTICE TO CREDITORS To A~ll Creditor* and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified and requlr. I to present any claims and demand* which vou may have against the estate of JACOB MILLER deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the Cunty Judges of Dade County, and i lie same |n their ofrices In the Countv Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar month* from th., date'of the first publication hereof, or the game will be barred. ANNA MILLER LILLIAN MILLER F\. tit i BEN BSffEN, An,,, n. v bold Building Miami. Ho,.... 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Friday. September 4. 1959 Jewish fhrktian Page 1-K To Appeal Religion in School Brief Americana hotel became the site for the naturalization of 74 persons from 45 countries as they took their oath of allegiance as citizens of the United States during special ceremonies of the American Bar Assn. convention at the Americana last week. On the bench was U.S. Supreme Court Justice Tom C. Clark (third from right). Local B'nai B'rith lodges marked the occasion by presenting the new citizens with miniature American Flags. Looking on (left to right) are Charles Seiavitch. president, South Florida Council, B'nai B'rith; Samuel Neiberg! president. Coral Gables Lodge; and Sidney G. Kusworm, national B'nai B'rith chairman, Americanism and civic affairs. Moscow Incites Mid-East Against New Oil Pipeline LONDON—(JTA) — Moscow Radio told its Arab listeners this week that Israel was speeding construction of a pipeline to carry oil from the Red Sea to the Mediterranean to "spur Israel's war plan." The pipeline, Moscow said in a broadcast, was not important to the Israel economy but'was a vital part of an aggressive Israeli design. Israel, which now has an oil pipeline from its Gulf of Aqaba port of Eilat to the Haifa refineries on the Mediterranean coast, is building a 16-inch pipeline which would be able to carry enough crude oil to permit the Haifa refineries to work at full capacity and meet the country's domestic fuel requirements. The pipeline was commenced originally to circumvent the Arab anti-Israel boycott which seeks to cut off ail oil euppllee from Israel. Formerly, Israel had to buy crude oil ot a considerable cost from Venezuela because supplies from nearby LONG DISTANCE MOVING fo off points in the country ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN WITHOUT CHARGE A€ER.B.VAN u\i;s. IM 2136 N.W. 24th Avenue NE 5 649* MIAMI sources to the East could not be transited through me Sues Canal. The pipeline permitted Israel to buy crude oil in a more favorable market, carry it by tanker to Eilat end transport it from there to Heife through the pipeline. The Moscow Radio stressed that the Israeli pipeline was "the first in the Arab East outside the supervision of the Arab countries. It said that the Arabs had been able to halt British and French support of Israel' against Egypt during the Sinai campaign by severing oil supplies to Western Europe. Today, Moscow said, Israel is "try ing to snatch this strong defensive weapon from the hands of the Arabs" and was, in effect, creating an alternate oil route for the West to frustrate the Arab defense. The Moscow propagandists tied their attack on the Israeli pipeline to charges that Israel was preparing the groundwork for "coming aggressions" against the Arabs. ; They asserted that "the voices de I manding a repetition of the ag' gression against the Arabs have recently become louder in Israel," and added that "Moshe Dayan. former Chief of Staff, is one of those voices." The broadcast warned the Arabs I that while the United States Government is again "flirting with Arab nationalism and attempting to be a friend of the Arabs," it 1 was, at the same time, encourag ing Israeli "aggressive circles" to {frighten the Arabs into following policies desired by the West. Complete and Dependable Title Service M IAMI TITLE $, Qktract Co. 34 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN OADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE Tide Inwroect Policies of Kamai City Title leserepce Co. Cemi'nl. SwroiMt 1 taierves fxcesd VfiOOfiOO U4 .*. 1M MOMUNb ARCAM TIUFHONI Mtfl (Alao Known At 124 and 12* Sacurlty Truat Company eidg.j NEW YORK-(JTA)-A County Supreme Court ruling that the court could not compel the Herricks.-L. I., School District to discontinue the practice of classroom prayers in its five schools will be appealed to the highest state tribunals and, if necessary, to the United States Supreme Court, it was announced this week. The prayer recited is non-denominational form recommended by the N York State Board of Regents. Justice Bernard S. Meyer held, however, that the school board was at fault in making the prayer mandatory for all 6,000 students in the schools and said that it could not require the children to Pray. Justice Meyer said that the First Amendment did not prohibit the non-compulsory saying of a nondenominational prayer. The clause provides that "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof." Justice Meyer held, however, that the regulation calling for the opening of each school day with prayer in the Herricks School District was "mandatory in form" therefore, "objectionable." and In his 46-page opinion. Justice Meyer noted that the "free-exercise" provision of Federal end State Constitution* required that parents be advised of the adop! tion of the prayer, its wording and the procedure to be followed when it wes said, "so that e conscious choice con be made whether a child shell or shell not participate." Justice Meyer held that "freedom of religion is not en absolute right; the state may impose restrictions if reasonable in relation to tne end sought to be attained." Religious tensions and divisions over the saying of the prayer do not constitute a constitutional reason for not permitting it to be said, Justice Meyer declared. He quoted from a decision in 1839 by the Superintendent of Common Schools of New York State saying schools cguld be opened with prayer if it were not made a matter of school discipline. The school board was reported satisfied with the decision. The five parents who initiated the legal action said they were far from satisfied and planned to appeal. "We'll go to the Supreme Court before we're through," one said. George E. Rundquist, executive director of theTJrvTI Liberties Union, said also that an appeal would be made to the Appellate Division of the State Supreme Court. The reason for the appeal, he explained, was that the decision "does not clearly hold that publicly supported schools and facilities may not be used for prayer and other religious devo tions, and because we feel that even non-compulsory regulations pertaining to the saying of a prayer are unconstitutional." The "regents prayer reads: "Almighty God, we acknowlegc our dependence on Thee, and we beg Thy blessing upon us, our par ents, our teachers and our country." Tifereth Israel Congregation Tifereth Israel Sisterhood will launch the fall term of kindergarten Sept. 14 at the Center, 6500 N. Miami ave. Se/uJlce DADE SeaihilL| FEDERAL y ^ ESS INGREDIENTS For a quarter century. Dad* FederaTs formula for invert hat been Semes, Savings Security, end... Integrity at every level of business activity. These are the priceless ingredients that have made your aimtimtiam one 0/the largest and matt respected in the nation. DAM FEDERAL SAVINGS Acceoots ere INSURED to SI 0,000 by eai oaeacy of the Federal Government end EARN ShrMeads twice e year for yoe at tbe brteeMkd rate el a^L/D pat %  — %  Open or add to your account by Sept. 10th and earn from the IsL Mewl MM I Bade Federal L, oAi • AiiON o# MIAMI M %  S ..Mdsnl 5 CONVENIENT OFFICES TO SERVE YOU 45 N.E. 1st Avenue • 1400 N. 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"Jewish Floriclian CMNbtain| THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY ane 33 — Number 36 Miami, Florida. Friday, September 4, 1959 Two Sections — Price 2G# rael Accuses UAR Of Piracy In New Seizure 'ecurity Council Given ccount of Grievances; fnge Toft Case Listed UNITED NATIONS—(JTA>— Israel this week took directly to the purity Council its grievance over recent United Arab Republic violaus of the principle of the freedom of passage through the Sues Canal. Yosef Tekoah, Israel's acting permanent representative here, sent ong letter to Armand Berard, of France, this month's president of Council, accusing the UAR of "continued acts of piracy" which acding to the Israeli, place Egypt "in open challenge to the world im unity" and constitute a "constant threat to peace" in the Middle I. • The open complaint to the Council was made by the Israel reprentative after many months of YOStf TtKOAH tyttimatic policy Parcel Post Bundles Rifled On Norwegian Ships Bound From Australia Through Suez By ELIAHU SALPETER Chief of JTA in Israel JERUSALEM—(JTA>—Israel this week denounced as "pure robbery" and "acts of piracy" the seizure by the United Arab Republic at the Suez Canal of parcel post packages being carried on two Norwegian ships from Australia to Israel. It filed a vigorous complaint with the United Nations and announced it would protest to the International Postal Union. The incident will certainly be aired, it was indicated, when Foreign Minister Golda Meir addresses the forthcoming General Assembly of the United Nations. The "unlawful impounding" of* the mailbags was considered here I kg discussion of the Israel comlints on the level of "quiet di[>ma Contin ue d en Peps S A Committee of Jewish Religious Communities in Slovakia. These two organizations, which represent organized Jewry in Czechoslavakia, had written to Mr. BenZvi. protesting against Israel's arms deal with West Germany. "Everyone who is concerned far Israel's welfare," President Ben-Zvi stated in his letter, "must share the concern for Israel's security and must support tho measures taken by tho Israel Government te strengthen the country's eefenses." Expressing satisfaction that the Czechoslovakian Jews havt evinced interest in Israeli activities, the President said in his reply he hoped the letter to him "is a sign of a desire to renew fraternal contact and cooperation" with the Jews in Israel. continued the Presi'Israel," Continued on P 3A Soviet Embassy 'Unaware' of Meet With Hikita do with the former Jewish section Premier Nikita S. Khrushchev which was never rebuilt after when theJitter visits the United Ipok esman, no arrange widespread destruction by Arab States next month. troops in the 1948 fighting. I The spokesman said the Em several" letters: authoritiea to put a meeting with range a meeting for American Jewish leaders on Mr. Khrush-, Jewish leaders with Khurshchev. chev's agenda. ] Klutznick made the request on beMeanwhile it was learned here half of 18 major Jewish organiza,„.,..., = r*' < &££ SaKfaw^BftaSJR Department, Philip M. Klutsmck discuss the possibility of taking up has formally requested the Soviet; w jt n Khrushchev the present poments have been made by Soviet I Embassy in Washington to ar-1 sition of Jews in the Soviet Union. may be scheduled. But so far,



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September 4. 1969 h Je*ls§incrldtan ireau Urges Greater Miami Parents lister Children for Religious Training chool be Ha *iU rin "* "? U ',v on Tuesday. Sept 8 On L. dav first sessions wiU be ,\d at n'l Jw' sh afternoon hnols RfgMration is now being „l throughout the Jewish schools %  til Sept 13. Never A. Baskin. president of Z Bureau of Jewish Education, F d Wednesday that "without Li-h edi cation your children III lo ish Agency. Directing this service is Isaac Kurland, director general of the Agency's economic department in Tel Aviv, who is currently in the United States as economic advisor to the Jewish Agency's emigration department. The new service will concentrate on problems of middle class immigrants. ceeds Martin Peppercorn who left recently to assume the post of assistant campaign director with the national United Jewish Appeal in New York City. Bureau statistics indicate a "hard core" of about 1,400 Jewish children in Greater Miami who do not receive any Jewish education at any time. This year a serious attempt is being made by the Bureau to register this "illiterate" Jewish youth, Baskin concluded. *^'*WW*WA^''VV > WV Is Your Child Lost? LOST—because lie dees net ud*rsfenrf kit Jtwitk Herrfeee? LOST—eecewM he dees nor feef happy to belong to the Jewish people? LOST—becoose be 4—t net grosp Ms relationship to Jews and eon-Jews everywhere? HELP YOUR CHILD TO FIND HIS EMOTIONAL ADDRESS ENROLL YOUR CHILD IN A JEWISH SCHOOL CUSSES OPEN ON SEPTEMBER 8 There is a Jewish school in your neighborhood. SCHOOLS AfflUAJlD WITH BJJ. StKVKt SCHOOLS Of IJf. ~"*<" (These schools meet trie special standards set up by MtttMlfh the Bureau of feunsh Education) aTOJajra Beach KNESETH ISRAEL 1413 Euclid Avenue NORTH SHORE JEWISH CENTER 620 75th Street TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM 4144 Chase Avenue TEMPLE EMANU-EL t 1701 Washington Avenue TEMPLE NER TAMID 7901-51 Tatum Waterway Drive Miami and 1 t rinity BETH DAVID CONGREGATION 2625 S.W. 3rd Avenue BETH EL CONGREGATION / 500 S.W. 17th Avenue FLAGLER-GRANADA JEWISH CENTER 50 N.W. 5;st Place ISRAELITE CENTER 3198 S.W. 24th Terrace MIAMI HEBREW SCHOOL 1101 S.W. 12th Avenue TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N.E. 19th Street TEMPLE JUDEA 320 Palermo Avenue, Coral Gables TEMPLE ZION 5720 S.W. 17th Street TIFERETH JACOB 951 E. 4th Avenue, Hialeah WORKMEN'S CIRCLE 1545 S.W. 3rd Street BETH ISRAEL 711 40th Street BETH JACOB CONGREGATION 311 Washington Avenue HEBREW ACADEMY—AU-Doy-Scaool < 918 6th Street Miami and Vicinity BETH EMETH CONGREGATION 12250 N.W. 2nd Avenue CONGREGATION OF MONTICELLO PARK 1060 N.E. 164th Street CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER P. O. Box 34-584 DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CENTER 18160 N.W. 2nd Avenue HIALEAH REFORM CONGREGATION 1150 W. 68th Street, Palm Spring* HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER 183 N.E. 8th Street NORTH DADE JEWISH CENTER 13630 Dixie Highway SOUTHWEST JEWISH CENTER 6438 S.W. 8th Street | TEMPLE BETH AM 5950 N. Kendall Drive TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM W800 N.W. 22nd Avenue TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI 12100 N.E. 15th Avenue TIFERETH ISRAEL JEWISH CENTER 6500 North Miami Avenue ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER 44 Zamora Avenue, Coral Gablea •. HEBREW HIGH SCHOOL—B. J. E. 135 N.W. 3rd Avenue (For Graduates of Elementary Hebrew schools, under the direct auspices of the Bureau with branches throughout the County) REGISTER YOUR CHILD TODAY ht %  Jewish school of your choice roe rtfTMr iwFotMAnoN, want oe Tiumom rFTrrrr' Bureau of Jewish Education of Greater Miami 135 N.W. Third Avenue A. eoseJo, PresieW FRanklin 3-3366 S tk wmrl t mm, fxecethre Oirecter



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Kag 12-A Jeniit fkrMton rrid religiou> buildics in the Greater Miami area That %  01 feature a completely-equipped i D d o o r gymna-ium. a inch will afiord athletic Endorses for both young and old.' Krausc r e \ t a 1 e d The gymnasium JS scheduled to have a regulation D be used as a court •.askttball. with basketball bacfctfops, nets and rims, boxing, volleyball, indoor tennis and shuffleboard. It will also be equipped Kushm to be Speaker Nathan Kushin will be guest speaker at a .luncheon meeting of Miami Beach Jxdge. Bnai Bnth, Tuesday noon at the DiLido hotel. Kushin will discuss The Economic System of Soviet Russia."" Dr. Abraham Wolf son will present a %  ewi report on Israel. Gershon S. Milier is luncheon chairman. Beth Jacob Given Israel Spice Box A Made in Israel spice" box, to be used at Havdalah services each weekend, will be presented to Beth Jacob Congregation by the State of Israel during Saturday morning • %  v The gift marks Beth Jacobs contr.bution to the Greater Miami Israel Bond campaign William G. Mechanic, congregation pre-ident. designated Hyman P. Galbut. noal secretary, to make the BtatMM during the Saturday morning sen-ice. Rabbi Tibor Stern will accept tha ..pice box in behalf of the congregation. Beach Youth Elected President Southeast Federation of Temple Youth, an affiliate of the National Federation of Temple Youth. which includes Florida. Alabama Georgia. South Carolina and Eastern Tennessee, has chosen Denis R. Ru>s. son of Dr. and Mrs. Norman J. R USS of 4350 Nautilus dr., to be its new president. Denis represents Temple Beth Sholom. He is president of the Mi-. ami Beach High School Student Council. Denis attended the National Institute and national board meetings of the NFTY in Indiana this summer, and will play an important role in the forthcoming biennial convention of the NFTY here in November. Temple Judea 'Polishes Up' When sessions begin Sept. 8. the students attending Temple Judea religious schools uill find newly air-conditioned and heated classrooms for their comfort. AH classrooms have been painted, and new desks for teachers have been installed. It is planned in the near future to replace all furniture in the classrooms. Hebrew school uill begin Tuesday at 3 45 p.m.; Sunday school begins Sept. 13. and the ninth and tenth grade on Friday. Sept. 11. Temple office and education office are open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.. and Sunday until 12 noon, for registration. Israel Complains To UN Council Continued from Pag* 1-A confiscated mail addressed to Israel which should, according to international practice, have been inviolate. for all typeof calisthenics, weightlifting and wrestling. The announcement said that the gymnasium was prompted by Rabbi Mayer Abramowiti and the bu-iding committee," who feel a House of Worship should cater not only to the religious and spiritual needs of the community, but also to its physical and social needs as well." Modern classrooms will answer the expanded needs of the North Shore Jewish Center in its religious education. Krauss added. For teen-agers, the Youth Center will have playrooms, recreation lounges and meeting rooms for complete youth activities sponsored by the Conservative synagogue. Louis Reinstein. chairman of the building committee, announced that construction of the new building will begin as soon as bids are returned and contracts are let. "Repeated efforts by the Secretary General of the United Nations and various powers interested in freedom of navigation have been frustrated by United Arab Republic intransigence." says the Israel letter, which charges the United Arab Republic with "violation of the United Nations Charter, Secu_ %  ~~T._ rity Council decisions and general "igoriOn$ fo Get Bill principles of international law by obstructing freedom of passage through the Suez Canal." Hebrew School Classes Beginning Week-day Hebrew school of Mi ami Hebrew Congregation will begin the new school year on Tuesday at 3:30 p.m.. when all pupils must be present to receive their permanent schedule for the entire year, according to an announcement this week. All classes will be conducted in 'the air-conditioned school wing of the congregation at 1101 SW 12th ave. The afternoon Hebrew school, which is affiliated with the Bureau of Education, will meet on a threeday week basis, with each afternoon sesMon two hours in duration commencing at 3:30 p.m. Curriculum this year will include classes ranging from beginners through Bar Mitavah, with a postBar Mitzvah course as well The school is staffed with certified teachers licensed by the National Bureau of Jewish Education, and will be under the supervision of Rabbi Herschell Saville. spiritual leader of the congregation. STARLIGHT. Pa — American teena#jar.-ennt more parental control. • and apparently they arc iiiline to accept definite limits on their behavior. At least those are the overwhelming opinions of a representative leadership crosssection of the Jewish teen-age population. A survey conducted among the regional officers of the B*nai B rith Youth Organization attendng a national leadership training conference here last week indicated heavy support for curfews, for keeping parents informed about plans for dating, and a general opposition to public displays of affection. Participating in the survey were teen-agers from all; sectionof the United States, as well ai Mvsnl from Canada. One condition attached to the otherwise almost-unanimous view that community-enforced curfews is a good thing, was the general feeling that young people past IK need not be subject to them. But the youth leaders added that this was not a privilege to be abused. A larse majority (85 percent) of these -urvexed agree.l that it was perfectly acceptable—even desirable—lor parents to "be around" during teen age house parties. By an even wider margin (90 percent) the youth leaders agreed that parontshould be informed in "some detail" about plans for an evening out. And only 3 percent of the 150 teen-agers participating in the survey disagreed that parents and their teen-age children together should set the return-home time from an evening out. The B'nai Brith Youth Organization leaders were in virtual unanimous agreement that teenage hand-holding in public was perfectly acceptable behavior but that any other display of affection in public was in poor taste. On a series of questions ins with allowances, it w „ yeunasters' unanimous view hw parents should see* the J2! ion ef their t •9 r s feel*.) setting, en .mount. A ^ <• percent) agreed that de have a right to inquire a hew allowance money j t jp^, And finally, there was ge agreement that expenses for c :ng should not be included at it a teen-ager's allowance The only question on which youngsters split was one dead with whether or not parent! shou. be held responsible for tin n deeds of their teen-agers. Ah half of the slight majority ($5. cent) 01 those who said yes, an upper age limit of 18. To Lire n Hearts \V Leu* Behind h to Liv* I freest PALMER'S MEMORIALS "Miami's Oabiewish Monumcat MMart" Scheduled Unveilings Tuition-Free Class Revealed Tuition free Hebrew class leading to entry in any Hebrew high school was announced Wednesday by Rabbi Isaac Ever, spiritual leader of A^udath Israel Hebrew Institute, who will conduct the class. Children in seventh and eighth grades, well advanced in Hebrew, will meet three times weekly for two-hour periods. Rabbi Ever said the class will include the Portion of the Week. Mishnah and Talmud. The class is open* to those who have already attended a higher school for Hebrew education, and want to continue their Hebrewstudies. SIM-BAY. SCPTUMU eft • %  H. 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%  iJO'CWUIE It's a good thing that Mrs. Mi-Vey (Yvette) Krauss has a president's job to occupy her mind The couple's one and only, daughter Nikki, is off to the University of Alabama this year •California here I come," and off went Lou and Ruth Gidney on a motor trip there, with son Jeffrey and daughter Nelsa Speaking of which, I I Benni-t and his Helen ate back from California, where he was tMchiro: a course in land appraisal Lotof plac es to visit since both Fred and Ruth Dalton's chil.... c 0t married last year ... To New York to visit family, and then to Si Louis to greet the new grandson that son Richard and Man (Jail presented them with ... On to Chicago to see how h fares with daughter Lois, who Is married to Dr. Howard Grutltt ovnan s "World mer Home to rest Watch for a documentary film of Safed Virginia Gerd, *n exciting European tour with husband Alfred, left him for a Sort while to embark on her yearly trek to Israel While there, IJK. always stays with her former college roommate ... In Safed, no'ed artists' colony in the midst of the Judean hills, her ex campus buddy Ellen Wilf, runs a nightclub Strolling along the street one day, Virginia was hand-picked by a movie director to play the part of—a typicaf tourist And that's how stars are born. |F s* MI On the Birth Front: Jeffrey David Roth arrived Tuesday, Sept. 1 a i Mt Sinai Hospital Parents are Mr. and Mrs. Stanley (Rosmarie) Roth Bursting their buttons are grandparents Mr. snd Mrs. Alex A. Straus, 4202 N. Meridian ave., and Mr. and Mrs. Nat Roth. 337 NE 28th ft. Also: William Evan, born to Dr. and Mrs. Val Bloch, of 1801 NE 188th st., No. Miami Beach, July 11 at Mt. Sinai ... He joins brothers Howard, Cratg and Warren Naming was Aug. 21 at Temple Sinai of No. Miami, with Rabbi Benno Wallach officiating Maternal grandmother is Mra. Harry Feltman, New York City Paternal grandmother is Mrs. William Bloch, Union City, N.J. •* Mr and Mrs. Jerome Linet, 10521 NE 21st St., No. Miami Beach, and children. Rhonda Sue and Harry Alan, back from their vacation at Monticello, N.Y., where they were the guests of his mother. Mrs. Bertha Weinberg Eve is program vice president of the Adath Yeshurun Temple Sisterhood Husband Jerry is Temple president • Jacob Sber, long-time chairman of the Greater Miami Israel Bond committee, off with his Mary on their first visit to Israel Ben Pokotilow leaving for Atlantic City to visit his children ... Vacationing at Duncraggan Inn, Hendersonville, N.C., are Mr. and Mrs Leo Sobel, Murray Gottlieb, MT. and Mrs. Joseph Mervis. Mr and Mrs. Irving Greenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Sarokin, Mr and Mrs. Max Elster, and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pinto. a wc Back home again and right in the thick of things are Mr. and Mrs James Katzman Roz, president of the Bay Division of National Council of Jewish Women, says New York is wonderfully Mimulating — and physically exhausting Instead of covering the waterfront. Charles Finkelstcin and his Audrey covered the Western states Back home, they're helping son Jay get his trunk packed and addressed to Amhurst The DfSamuel Gertmans are still in California, where they must be on the American [Ian Jessie writes to friends that they eat three huge meals a day ... Everyone goes to Mexico.—or California—these days Woni'er where it will be next year Bert and Mabel Waller, together with son, Richie. South of the Bprder right now Mrs. Arthur Willens—Sis for short—was either resting or trying on shoes in Sachs Fifth Ave. Mrs. Harry (Virginia) Orleans and Mrs. Shepard iRuth) Broad bustling out to their car laden with bundles from a Burdine's shopping spree. 'M On the Anniversary Front: Rabbi and Mrs. Pizor Jacobs, of 231 36th st., Miami Beach, recently marked their 53rd wedding anniversary ... It was a unique event when Dr. Jacob Kaplan, rabbi emeritus of Temple Israel, who married the couple 52 years ago in Buffalo. N.Y., remarried them, 50 years later, in Miami Beach at Temple Beth Sholom Rabbi Jacobs, who retired from his congregation in Texas three years ago, came here to make it the couple's permanent home ... He was the first Reform rabbi of Florida, when he served Ahavath Chesed Congregation of Jacksonville back in 1904 Also: Bill Goldring and lovely wife Dorothy mark (even years of wedded bliss Friday The couple plan to sneak off to Nassau on Sept. 11 for a week's vacation Reason for the delay: Bill, catering director at the DeauviUe, is preparing for a jam-packed Labor Day weekend And: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Morris, of 1419 SW Mrd ter., marked an anniversary Aug. 21 Son David was Bar Mitzvah Aug. 29 at Temple Tifereth Israel, with Rabbi Harry Lawrence officiating David and his brother, Wayne, are grandsons of the Sam Gitbns, of Miami. Ml Miami psychiatrist Dr. George Jacobson and Beach attorney Arnold Sher off to Mexico via Guest Airlines for two weeks After nine and a half weeks in the hospital, Dorothy Kaplan is moving her residence back home with husband Leon Friends are nappy about the change of address „•. Dot's auto accident was that serious Harry Schwartz postcarding friends from deep in the heart of San Antonio Harold and Ruth Hirschfield are back at their 4545 No. Merid"" ave • home after six weeks in Europe and Israel ... Son Roben has returned from Camp Ramah in time to finish preparation for his Bar Mitzvah at Temple Emanu-El on Saturday While e'aest son Howard returns Sunday after seven weeks in Israel with a i mted Synagogue Youth group Howard detoured to Cleve'and, o., to accompany Ruth's mother here for the Bar Mitzvah h A ^ expected fron > Cleveland are aunt Mrs. Hubert Engeln i.v '• Irwin K,ufm n Mrs. Donna Yanowitz, and uncle Ben, Y anowitz PS—Four year-old Barbara, who was home all summer, u eagerly awaiting the last of the traveling Hirschfields. •* m Mt Tnh %  ** f" Am rican Red Cross disaster training program — Mrs. onus Levy, chairman, in her becoming uniform, with the hash marks proudly standing for 17 years of service Also Mrs. Stan Person, Mrs. Bertram Schrank, Miss Elsie Schwabe. Mrs. Rose Ce<*inued on Page *- dFewislti Floridian Miami, Florida, Friday, September 4, 1959 Section C Plans for a unique "rose ceremony" which will be part of the installation of officers of the Women's Division of the Greater Miami Israel Bond committee at a luncheon Wednesday, Sept. 23, at the Carillon hotel, are discussed (left to light) by Mrs. Bernard Sup worth, Miami chairman, Mrs. Sam F. Danels, installation chairman, and Mrs. Jack Popick. Miami Beach chairman. The luncheon will be he first in a series of festive events highlighting the FrenchIsrael Festival of Friendship, to be climaxed Oct. 22 by the French-Israel Fashion Show at the Forrtainobleau hotel. Consul of Israel, France to Join Festival; rn *" m ,MM £ %  Mrs. Moses Epstein Will Install Officers One of America's most distinguished women leaders, Mrs. Moses P. Epstein, past national president of Hadassah. will come to Miami on Wednesday, Sept. 23. to help the Women's Division for State of Israel Bonds launch a month-long French-Israel Festival of Friendship, it was announced this week by Mrs. Max Weitz, Division chairman. Opening ceremonies of the unique Festival of Friendship will take place at the installation of officers of the Women's Division at a luncheon in the Silver Chimes room of the Carillon hotel on Sept. 23. Festival chairman is Mrs. Paul Jerri Pollak, while Mrs. Sam F. Danels is installation chairman. Giving a diplomatic aura to the festivities will be the participation of the Consul of France and the Consul of Israel in a champagne toast of friendship, at 11 a.m., preceding the installation luncheon. Moshe Leshem, Consul of Israel, and Jacques E. Turner, Consul of France, will lead a symbolic chamCongress Slates New Chapter Rabbi Yaakov G. Rosenberg, of the South Florida Council, American Jewish Congress, will be featured speaker when prospective Congress members convene in the borne of Mrs. Milton Boxer, 1821 SW 8tth ave., Thursday evening, Sept. 10. The group, which hss so far met three times, has not yet adopted a name. Several suggestions are now being considered. The chapter is open to residents of the Southwest and South sections of the Miami area. Mrs. Benjamin Kamen. chairman of organization of the Florida Women's Division, has been serving SB advisor. pagne toast to the mutual friendship of France and Israel..In recognition of Israel's economic progress, Israel Carmel champagne will be used for the unique toast. Mrs. Moses (Judith) Epstein, who is honorary national chairman of the Women's Division of the Israel Bond drive, will be the installing officer. Active for over three decades in the Hadassah organization, Mrs. Epstein's activities on behalf of Jewish Statehood, both before and since the State of Israel was established, have won her international recognition. She is a member of the World Zionist Actions Committee, the highest body of the Zionist order. Mrs. Epstein belongs to a family which settled in America a century ago, and ching tenaciously to its traditions of Judaism. She was born in Worcester, Mass., and attended Hunter College in New York City. While a student at Hunter, she first became interested in the creation of a Jewish State. When she was 21, she married and immediately became a member and worker in the young and struggling Hadassah organization. 'In 1020, seven years after Henrietta Szold founded Hadassah, Mrs. Epstein organized the first Hadassah chapter in Far Rockaway, L. I. She rapidly became a national figure, and served as Hadassah delegate to World Zionist conclaves in Switzerland. A frequent visitor to Israel, Mrs. Epstein is one of the outstanding American authorities on the new state. Opening regular monthly meeting for members and prospective members of the Greater Miami chapter of Women's American ORT will take place Tuesday. 8:15 p.m., at the DeauviUe hotel. The program will include songs by M i m i Freed, accompanied by Dutch Hoff. ORT Cawpftr General Meeting First general meeting of South Miami chapter of American Women's ORT will be held Tuesday, 8:15 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Ernest Sohnen, 840 Andora ave., Coral Gables. Child Programs List Personnel t The list of professional personnel assigned to the early childhood development program of the four branches of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center has been announced by Efraim H. Gale, executive director. When the school year opens Tuesday, Sept. 8, Mrs. Ethel Grossman will be continuing as supervisor of all four nursery school programs. She will also be serving as head teacher at the Miami YMHA. Other teaching staff members at the Miami Branch will be Mrs. Herbert Jacobson, Mrs. George Kramer, Miss Henrietta Blumoff. At the Beach Branch, Mrs. Theodore Weinstock will be returning as head teacher, assisted by Mrs. Lester Weiss, Mrs. Edwin S. Pomerantz and Miss June Lando. Mrs. Charles Harris will be head teacher at the Southwest YMHA. Other teachers at that branch will be Mrs. Nathan Tudor, Mrs. Irving Brenner and Mrs. Bernard Leiter. At the North County Branch, head teacfaed will be Mrs. Everett Brower, who will have on her staff Mrs. Charles Cole, Mrs. Phillip Kramer, Mrs. Marvin Hertz, Mrs. Henry Nelson, snd Mrs. Bernard Barron. Each teacher will handle a group of ten children or less in the three to four age group. Those teachers responsible for the five to six-yearold groups, or the readiness first grade groups, will handle groups of 15 children or less. MH



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fiday. September 4, 195S +Jewisti thrkUan Page 9-B Dr. Lemkin, Genocide Foe, Passes Away at Age 58 FOR OTfi*R OBlflMlflES SIE PACE 11-B NEW YORK——Dr. Raphael I law at Duke University and was an mkin. the world's leading indiadvisor to the War Department, proponent of the internaDuring the war crimes trials after World War II, at Nurenberg, he acted as advisor to the late U.S. Supreme Dnal movement to outlaw uenode, and the man who coined the •genocide.'. died here last eekend. He was 58. I The Jewish authority on interzonal law was born at Bezwo,e, Poland. He studied law at University of Lwow, and later the I'niversity of Heidelberg. Iiile practicing law in Warsaw, 933. he started a campaign bethc League of Nations to outlw mass murder of people beluse of their religion or ethnic ligin. He failed to obtain League fction on this score. However, tter World War II, he continued campaign before the United ilions. it had coined the term "gene-stemming from the Greek % ord "genes" (race) and Hie "cide" (killing). At the ••ting of the United Netiem tral Assembly in Peris, in I, the UN adopted its conveni outlawing genocide. To date, member states have ratified he convention. Lemkin had come to the nited States in 1941, after all but other member of his family, a other. Elias, had been wiped out the Nazis in Poland. He taught Court Justice Robert Jackson, chief United States prosecutor at Nurenberg. Later, he taught international law at Yale, was a -professor of law at Rutgers University, and taught at Princeton University. He wrote a number of books on the subject of genocide, and was at work on an autobiography when he died suddenly of a heart attack. He had received many honors and decorations, and was twice nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize, in 1990 and 1952. In the corridors, assembly rooms and delegates' lounges at the United Nations, Dr. Lemkin was very well known to all diplomats and ranking members of the Secretariat. He was always at work on his mission—to obtain more and more backing for the convention outlawing genocide. An American citizen, he frequently expressed disappointment that his own adopted country, the United States, had never ratified that convention. The U.S.A. delegation insisted that ratification of the convention would trespass upon American sovereignty. JOU J^jctr u>3Caterers 731 WASHINGTON AVE. Telephone JE 8-5401 IN OUR SPACIOUS HAH YOUR HOME OR YOUR FAVORITE TEMPLE OR SYNAGOGUE SCHUR0WITZ PRUDENTIAL AGENT in South Dado County M0 7-6041 Baby Die-Dee Diaper Service • t f A T II MIAMI'S MIST AM Exclusive Laundry for Diapers and Baby Clothes Jill N.W. 10th AVENUE PHONE FR 9-5593 WANT TO LOSE WEIGHT? SUE'S HEALTH A REDUCING CENTER New location A Equipment Let Us Discuss Your Problem* With You WE GUARANTEE RESULTS 601 NW 2 Ave., Miami FR 1-2771 Tear Set Jsfacfiea Oar •Jeewore" PICK-UP AND DELIVER 7 ZANDER'S LAUNDRY & DRY-CLEANERS 3466 N. Miami Avenue, Phono f R 1-1343 LOSE WEIGHT HYPNOSIS has proven to be a ver, satisfactory method for rectifying overw ei ght, smoking, skin disorders A various psychosomatic conditions, doe to repressed fear* A anxiety. RICHARD R. ROHRIAUGH, Lie. Hypn* Therapist A Hypne Anelyst. TU 7-2626, Ext. 211. Furnishers A Installer* Inlaid Linoleum — Asphalt Tile Rubber Tile %  VERY INSTALLATION GUARANTEED" Phono tor Fro* Estimates 4256 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone PL 9-22M INDIAN READER AND ADVISOR. Are you sick, enhoepy, disgusted with life? See MADAM FATIMA, 9121 NW 27 Ave., MU 1-914*



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Pcge 14-A +Je*lstrhr/(Han Friday, September 4, Broking Wifh Books: By HILARY MINDLIN 'Eva' Still Leaves Story Of Jewish Tragedy Untold EVA. By Mfixer Levin. 311 pp. New York: Simon and Schuster. $3.95. EVA, IN HEBREW, means life. Thus does Meyer Levin. %  author of ••Compulsion" and "The Old Bunch." symbolize his theme in the name of his heroine, for. he says, "I wrote this book to celebrate life itself, the immeasur able survival force that is the God urge in humanity, and that has been exemplified so continuously in the Jewish people." The story of the miraculous survival of a Jewish girl from the death trap of Nazi-occupied Poland is a true ont; Eva herself has recently been revealed to be Mrs Ida Lev, now a Ramat Can housewife and mother of two sabras. In order to escape. Eva assumed the identity of a Ukrainian Catholic girl. Katya Leszczyszyn. She wore a gold cross and a peasant outfit and memorized a whole family and childhood. In this guise she managed to reach Nazi Austria, where she became a housemaid for a German couple. The German couple, very pleased with their Katerina. asked to adopt her as their own daughter, and there is an ironic scene in which a GerratnhtttlOB committee solemnly examines her and certifies this .Iewi-.li girl as "pure Aryan." For Katya, however, the adoption was penloui, since in the process, her real identity would certaiply be disOOVtoed She contrived to leave the household and spent nearly two more free years working at the Hermann Goering munition works. Her terror at meeting someone who might give her away was constant. Even more compelling, however, was her own desire to share her secret with a few people, lest she lose Eva forever and become Katya for the rest of her life. When the inevitable betrayal came, she was sent to Auschwitz. Even this, with a mixture of luck and fantastic spirit, she survived, escaping from the Auschwitz death march in the final days of the war. Postwar Poland taught her that she could not avoid being a Jew, whether she wished it or not; and so she made her way to Palestine —the final decision for identity and selfhood. This. then, is the story. It has been told many times before: factually, as in "Notes from the Warsaw Ghetto" Between You and Me: BORIS SMOLAR Jewish Groups Battling to Meet Khrushchev THERE IS GREAT confusion among American Jewish organizations in connection with the arrival next montb of Soviet Premier Khrushchev in this country. Numerous Jewish groups, large and small, want to be represented on a delegation that may seek to meet with Khrushchev on the treatment of Jews in the Soviet Union. Some of these organizations do not hesitate to bother the „ ment seeking to arrange that Khrushchev receive their representatives. Other organizations do not want things to be left to chance, and apply to the Soviet Embassy in Washington directly to be put on the list for a possible meeting with Khrushchev. All this does not add to American Jewish prestige, either with State Department officials or with Soviet Embassy officials. Among the Jewish organizations seeking to get on the bandwagon are minor groups whose *-.,.*•• Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ Beatniks Among Us A NEW YORK newspaper re** viewing the recent book by Vale Dayan. daughter of Israeli len. Moshe Dayan. wants to know f the beat generation and the eatnik have come to Israel too. He came thenkmg ago Did lot Solomon lay; Vanity of vaniies—all is vanity." what profit, soifl Koneiein. "nath man of all his labors under the sun?" Solomon advises us not to righteous to eat and drink and love, and that's all there i s iu it. And this book is in the Bible. The Mi.irash has a story ot | discussion amon? rabbis whither it is better to have been born or not. and concludes that it Is bettor not-but how many, it asks, have that luck The despair of the "beat generation" is old stuff, as old is thOM booei of the dinosaurs which archaeologists from time to time dig up. But basically. I think, this despair of the "beat generations" is a pose and a veneer. The New York Times recently had an article on the beatniks which said: "They are against all social conventions except social security" That Is comical but it has a vein which commands some respect if you seriously begin to mull over it. The beatniks at bottom are a protest auainst the conventions and against unnaturalness and legalisms which tend to enslave As I write this. I read in the papers a long story about a crowd of Hassidim going to Idlewild Airport to see off their rabbi to Israel. The rabbi was to have his son wedded in Israel; and the wedding, the newspaper story says, will take place in the open air in Israel, with the sky as the canopy. The Hassidim believe in nature and in the natural instincts and in the joy of life, so they don't have so much need of psychiatrists. They do not whiskev Th eX EF Whe l thCy ,uve had ,0 much JStTI, ey M CVe ,hal a ^tle of whiskey can be a help to the religious life: Thev believe drawer d0eSn 1 JN WhCn WP e "H-dSE draws from us. So they sing and dance when they gry. They speak of prayer as a marriage with The beatniks of course have not thought out a philosophy as have the Hassidim, and beatniks are minus that spiritual quality which marks Has sidinr But they have caught a glimmer of the Hassidic truth, perhaps. The beatniks have taken !*. ?*iS ,ng bwd t0 Maybe ^y "> ret put on kaftans. Boy, wouldn't that be cool! voice on matters concerning the protection of rights of Jews abroad is of no significance. On the other hand, among the major Jewish organizations, there are some that are inclined to doubt the. wisdom of seeking any meeting with Khrushchev. They ask themselves whether such a meeting would be of real value, and whether it would not merely give Mr. Khrushchev a forum to repeat his well-known views. The matter has reached a point where the National Community Relations Advisory Council had to step in. inasmuch as the entire issue requires coordination of Jewish thinking and action. NCRAC would, of course, like to see an all-inclusive Jewish delegation formed of personalities able to impress the Soviet Premier. At present the chances of forming such a delegation are very slight. However, there seems to be general agreement on one thing—if a delegation is to be sent, it should be composed of not more than four people. The National Community Relations Advisory Council, which is attempting to bring coordination and dignitv into any planned Jewish meeting with Khrushchev, seems to be aLso interested in clarifying the questions to be presented to Mr. Khrushchev. In this area also, unity is necessary, if any positive achievements are anticipated The general sentiment seems to be not to raise with Khrushchev the issue of permitting Soviet Jews to emigrate to Israel. The raising of this issue, it is argued, would only bring in Israel and Zionism into the discussion with Khrushchev and could spoil rather than improve mattters Thus, it is suggested that, if and when a meeting with Khrushchev does take place, emphasis should be laid primarily on restoration of Jewish cultural rights in the Soviet Union and on the abolishment of restrictions against Jews in higher education and in government services. Also on demanding equal religious freedom for strsssf w ,,h the r,gh,s enjoyed by ,h r na,i n The question of emigration from the Soviet Union-it U recommended-should be discussed ,n a genera was and not in terms of "let my people go." From what 1 8 n^ J hc *">""•*" **** Commit,,.,. w „ien 1 no affiliated with the National Community Relations Ad -ory Council, has so far no, been approached v fhe Kh ^h h i0 u l P,annmg a Ui ac "" n Wllh regard to SL7tS?£rl.A^n• r %  f" ,d,ca 0 "s Point to the fact Overseas Newsletter: By ELIAHU SAIPETER ana me imiiu>jw ui nni, semi-iictionallv as ,_ House of Dolls;" autobiographically, as in The n Anne Frank," and many others. It is not the raJai? ** itsejf which makes this boqkjfsvtuaua Mtfuld be i"" one who welcomes any book which helps to keep thp ory burningly alive. w me But the fact is that the book is flat. Perhapi iti in first person narrative, hampered Levin, since h tkJl had to stay within the limits of the very limited char** 1 of Eva and refrain from his own commentary PM* I his heroine was too remarkably resilient and well-adhw I to communicate her experience any differently LUS tries strenuously to make something meaningful out ofO "clinging to identity" theme, but never does the rJi feel that Eva is in any real danger of such lost nor I there any hint of the tremendous horror and pain which 11 human being suffers when threatened by this kind old*I placement of soul. "*i I think that Meyer Levin could not escape the cominstinct in writing "Eva," which was to try to give ta girl's story a theme, a significance, outside of the sbtel fact of survival. In his failure to do so, he has pointed th 1 way. I believe, for future works. Nearly fifteen yearil have passed since the full tragedy of the Jews was mjiJ known. It is time now for us to begin to look to our writer! for a fictional integration of what has happened to us* a people and as individuals—for what 4s fiction but Z attempt to, find something meaningful in experience'" Althpugh the Jews have suffered death and yet'liW it is not an Eva, bursting with love and life, who can hi' the symbol for that miracle. Nor is it Anne Frank %  all her charming naivete. We need something which wifl distill for us the full tragedy and the full triumph And it has not been written yet. Capitol Spotlight: B y MILTON FRIEDMAN Teen-Agers Making It Washinfloa IS THE AMERICAN "sabr" sold short] in comparison with his Israeli cousia? The U.S. teen-ager may be even motesophisticated than the idealized nativeborn Israelis. The American sabra. pn> I duced by a U.S. Jewry BOW 80 pereeat native-bom, was observed at Camp B'nai] B'rith in Pennsylvania. The American Jewish milieu, despite other short-. comings, has contributed relatively lew juvenile deltaquents and beatniks. Here, youth has been spared the publicity which did much to spoil young Israelis. While the vanity of Israeli youth is understandable, it bespeaks a need for the maturity that typified the you* Americans at Camp B'nai B'rith. The campers lacked the glamor of the rifle-bearing Israelis. But they obviowly would rise to the occasion if America were similarly embattled. In physical appearance and animation, the Americans were no less attractive than the Israelis. In Israel, many sabras are pleased to be told they loo* "(.entile." The same observation was made of the typical young Americans at Camp B'nai B'rith. From several came a rejoiner: "What's wrong with looking Jew I f u ,hc fe,lows singled out dark-complexioned girls of the "Jewish type" as the "cutest and most popular in camp." The scores attending the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization s leadership training conference were refreshingly tree irom self hate. Included were 96 presidents and vice of BBYO regional councils and 30 tcen-agen who were counselors in training. Among the young people, there was no evasion of me Jewish religious obligation to support Negro righti. hv ,K c ,00k a view ,hat Admiral Strauss was rejected DJ the Senate as Commerce Secretary solely on his record ** an individual. Goons and Teddy-Boys Behind the Haifa Riots JHERE HAD BEEN trouble Sat" Vnrt^ a d f Sal b Section habited by North African immigrants. Next came a disturbance in Migdal Haamek, then trouble at Beersheba. The goons arrested at Beersheba turned out to be residents of Wad. Salib. The question arose as to who sent them to Beersheba, and why. Then came another outburst, again inHSffwH Mapai had announced a public meetine on n... *•_. day evening, to be held at h-.T g that Fn prevent the entry of those STVEtV^^C! to toons." The police were aware of tu Si 2* mne tbe spot to disperse them. M •" "us. and were on While the sparsely attended meeting was on „„, SfiLS ^H Haroush s mcn ***** ZttoxSZZ snd began throwing stones and bottles at th*Lw-2^ Some of the bottles were filled with kerosene SI'S entered the houses, climbed up the SftiSaft house wJi,h C ker iWhen the POK* tried t0 en,erthe th^wl f 8e med to •* the "nter of tbe commotion, from S ref r? enlry s dde"y single shot was find TlTri^ %  at ,he door ^nind which the policemen stood. !" e Police warned that they'd use tear gas. Finally, tbe ^ r J"r^.' ,nside *• P"<* found Ben Haroush wTs IK h S %  ** %  • In Ben Haroush's pocket was found the p.stol from which the shot was fired. hvate B rLii' en bo,h he Kovemment and public took a le was^nri' MifV f ,he events U the government line £ hoSv U) **? 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> t Friday. September 4, 1959 •rJmlsti fkrHitr Page 11-A Bond Meet to Hear Cabinet Chiefs Key Israel and American Jewish leaders are scheduled to participate in the national economic conlerence for Israel Bonds in Chicago. Top row (left to right) are Mrs. Golda Meir, Israel's Minister of Foreign Affairs; Levi Eshkol, Finance Minister; Dr. Y. Foerder, chairman of the Bank Leumi Le-Israel; Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, chairman of the board of governors of the Israel Bond organization.Bottom row (left to right) are Abraham Feinberg, president of the Israel Bond organization; Dr. Joseph J. Schwarti, vice president; Mrs. Joseph Chemer, chairman of the National Women's Division; and Mrs. Ora Schweitzer, public relations director of the Atomic Energy Commission of Israel. THEN TO TEL AVIV This is Tel Aviv's Golden Jubilee • ear, and a golden opportunity for you to enjoy flying at its finest. KLM will speed you non-stop across the Atlantic on a luxurious, fourengine DC-7C (Kosher foods available on all flights). Then go direct to Tel Aviv. Or turn your trip into grand tour with the KLM stopover plan. Visit London, Paris. Brussels, Vienna, Rome, and a host of other historic citiea-at no extra cost I Round trip to Tel Aviv; $947.70 economy, $1,398.80 First Class. Service from Houston and New *NC, too. See your travel agent or rail KLM: Columbus Hotel, 308 -E. First Street, Miami, Florida. CHICAGO—Israel's primary concern with economic development is reflected in the fact that Finance Minister Levi Eshkol and Foreign Minister Golda Meir, its foremost Cabinet members, will be the principal speakers at the national conference for Israel under the auspices of the State of Israel Bond organization. The conference, which will be held at the Sherman hotel here, will be in session for three days beginning Friday, Sept. 18. Samuel Ontl. co-chairman with Jaek Cantor of the Greater Miami Israel Bond committee, will be a delegate to the conference. Dr. Joseph J.' Schwartz, vice president of Israel Bonds, also announced that Israel's leading banker. Dr. Y. Foerder, chairman of the Bank Leumi LeIsrael, will present to the delegates a review of the financial position and economic possibilities in Israel. More than 750 leaders from the United States and Canada are expected to participate in the Chicago conference, which will officially inaugurate the fall campaign for Israel Bonds. In addition, the conference will observe "a notable milestone in the history of the Israel Bond drive," Dr. Schwartz declared. He said that the Chicago parley would celebrate the attainment of the $400,000,000 mark in total cash sales since the State of Israel floated its first bond issue in the United States in May, 1951. "There is every assurance that we will go over the $400,000,000 1 figure by the opening of our Chi• cago conference, if the prospects for increased collections on outstanding commitments for Israel Bonds materialize in the coming weeks," Dr. Schwartz said. Among the other speakers at the Israel Bond conference will be Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, chairman of the board of governors; Abraham Feinberg. president; Dr. Schwartz; Mrs. Joseph Cherner, chairman of the National Women's Division; and Ora Schweitzer, of the Atomic Energy Commission of Israel. GOLDEN JUBILEE! Bar Group Elects Feibelman Herbert U. Feibelman. Miami attorney, was elected a vice president of the new South Florida chapter of the Federal Bar Assn. at an organizational luncheon in the Americana hotel during the recent convention of the American Bar Assn. James L. GuilmartinT United States attorney, was elected president. Lawrence Oxman, of Washington. D. 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Pcge SJJ <^fn the /vea/# calm o )f 4^ocietu Mexico Holiday for Schofzmans -cmie to Mexico and Acasmtea on tbeir b utiLjm a— are tbe former Miss Lenore Ben> Gaidfarb and Arnold Denrus Schatiman The bnde is iJe daughter of Mr. and Mrs Frank Goidiarb. of Miami, The groom'5 parents are Mr and Mrs. Moe Schatxman. 1375 >w 18: h SL Tbe Sunday. Aug. 3D. wedding Ml held at tbe Seville hotel RabU Yaakov Rosenberg officiated at the 2 p.m double ring candlelight ritoi The bride wore a goon of silk peau de soie iealuring tbe princeslie*, with imported alencon lace bod.ee and long lace sleeves. The wry full skirt terminated into a court train Her double-tiered veil ol French illusion fell from a matching cap of peau de soie and seid pearls. She earned tbe Bible her mother used as a bride Maid of honor was Miss Patty Pearlman. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Gail Jaffe. Mrs. Dolores Rosean. and Mrs Carol Greenbaum K bert Schatzman was best man for his brother. Ushers included Letnard Greenbaum. Arthur Rosean. Joel Goldlarb. Harvey Rosen and Robert Kasse. Tne bride graduated from Mi am; High School and attended tbe Miami Artists School and Galler Sht h vice president of administration of the National Counc.i of Je\wh Women. Mr. Schatzman graduated from Miami High He attended the University of Florida, and is now a student at the University of Miami. Upon gradua tion. he will enter law school. Bride Picks Nylon Tulle Ensemble Marriage of Hits Libby Gottlieb and Richard Schechter took place Sunday noon, Aug. 30. at the Algier> hotel. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Gottlieb. 1619 Jefferson ave The groom's parents %  ri Mr and Mrs. Murray Schechter. 1214 Alton rd. Maid of honor was Miss Susan Joan Kaplan. Miss Diana Laura LaUky and Miss Ginger Nancy Bernie were bridesmaids. Sheldon Zane Maselstein was best man. and ushers included Nelson Hanover and Martin Pau Rappaport. The bride's gown was of embroidered nylon tulle with a chapel tram. The crown of lace was embroidered with seed pearls and sequins, and featured a fingertiplength veil. The bouquet of orchids topped the bride's white Bible. Newiywed Mrs Schechter graduated from Miami Beach High School. Her husband went to Miami Beach High. University of Miami, and the Gemological Institute of America. He is a jeweler at M or ays. Reception followed the ceremony at the Algiers After a New York City honeymoon, the couple Mill be at home at 635 Michigan ave Miami Beach. • • r:,.,. MBS. MCNAID SCHFClTTtt MK. At MOLD SCH AT ZM AH Ardmort Out-of-town guests from Hart ford. Conn., were Mrs. Fanny Goldfarb. grandmother of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sack, and Miss Cynthia Sack Mrs Ann Berger of San Diego. Calif, also attended. mi. JOHN CAM Candlelight Rites For Miss Vodin French Lace For Mrs. Carl Mr. and Mrs Bernard Derou. 44i DiLido dr.. Miami Beach, arroxince tbt marriage of her daughter. Linda Sue, to John Cart, sor. of Mr. and Mrs Murrav Greenbers. Miami Beach. Rabm Joseph B_ Narot. of Tempfc Israel performed the double r.r. candlelight ceremony Saturda> evening. Aug. 25. at the Eden Rt< hotel. Best man was Dan Basini Ushers were Hams Bookbinder and Mi.-via Grossman Specialising in F -~.-lt C.-^uil Gou-ni %  ml Bridal Attire PARSONS 410 COtAl WAT *T 1UN ST. SNrhW COfTOI mmdmrmifrUmr * Sunday. Aug. 30. at the Barcelona hotel, with Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg officiating at the candlelight ceremony The bnde is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Vodin. 2310 SW 79th ct The groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Victor Schwartz 2145 SW 17th st. Miss Rhoda Vodin was maid of honor for her sister. Miss Linda Schwartz, sister of the groom, was bridesmaid. Flower girl for her cousin was Miss Celia Anne Oiraan Father of the groom MM as his son s best man Ushers were Mar tin Osmaii. cousin of the bride Larry Lurie and Jerry Feinstein ^* T dMt *' oi a"Wj The bride graduated from Miami tht University of Florida. Senior High, and attended schools be was a member ot Pi in New lork The gro omuaM.Phi fraternity. • crn*T I am ut KWHAIU )0l PRIVILEGES ••?. *•*, MotM, **. o. Ocmm-Ur* s-ck. Far mm. CM *•! •*,. tmM Mmwi, Wl 7-3S.1 MIAMI CONVALESCENT HOME -Co.tr.Dy 4-Hour Nursing Service • All Rooms on Ground Floor ***** sty CMhimj Soaeiotio C-oung, *oonbl Rit., ....... „ ufoonj Floor — %  %  %  — —;u"a C f* • • ^ niioinaolf Rate* W< Ti.t-r-Kahn **J. STAMltr STOHt Stone, Schoenfeld Exchange Vows Rabbi Alfred Waxman officiated .at the Sunday. Aug 30, weddinj 'vows of Barbara Ann Schoenfeid and Stanley Stone. The 630 pm ceremony was in the Seville ho^ The bride is the daughter of Mr £ *""L Max Schoenfeid. 855 th .. Miami Beach. The groom £ the son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Stone. Brooklyn. N. V Schoenfeid^ Lmda Jane SchoenfeW. was bridesmaid Karl Irwm Meyerow.tz was best man for the groom. 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-age 8-B +Jmls*tkrkHar Friday, Sept*^ Jewish Hospital Teaches Egyptian : EWER. Colo.-Xational Jew isr. Hospital a: Denver has helped train an Egyptian doctor in the Best adranced methods for treatBent of tubercul Dr. Mohamed Foad. 35. of Cairo, a public health expert was assigned the task of alleviating the devastation of tuberculosis upon etuntrymen. His first project was to study the most advanced treat Beat methods now in practice. He decided that National Jewish Hospital here MM the key to this study. Dr. Foad was particularly interested in the system of airborne vaccination aga inst tuberculosis, now under study and development in the research laboratories of the chest disease treatment center, where the idea first took shape. The technique involves the use ef we ak ene d bacilli administered through the air breathed by the pe r s on being vaccinated. Upon his departure. Dr Foad said he was returning to his country armed with new knowledge that would help eliminate the "white plague" among has coon trymen. The tuberculosis-ravaged Egyptian people." he said, "will be forever indebted to National Jewish Hospital for the contrtbutaon at has made to the future :h of our nation." Philip Houtz. executive director c the hospital, said that "we are proad that our hospital has done sack ac outstanding job that D: .t for hi* study on Mrs. A. Herbert TJUBIH v-.ee pres:3e-t at Mr Sinai Hospital's Women's Auxiliary — d encrrtan of the Beaaeed Event D. rereives a check far SIX trosr. BoaTf Ma ro oi csky manager of Lincoln Road's Beech T-e-rr repi n — nting the manias coilected from the theatre s W^h-nc Well Biassed Event II is the Woman's Division s event to raise funds far the equipment and furnishings of Mi Stna: Hospdal s Maternity Wing and it is expected that some 500 women will gather at the fashionable luncheon scheduled Oct 30 at the Fotttaxnebleau boteL School Teachers Plan for Wedding A |)..-mber wedding ig being planned by Miss Roselle Diane Segal and Howard Deutsch. A jnutual friend, an accountant working Deut-iY* income tax return, responsible for their meeting Segal ithe daughter of elia Segal. 2995 SW 2nd st.. and the late Nathan W. Segal A long-time re>idcnt. she attended local elementary schools and graduated from Miami Senior High Sch'K>l. She received a Bachelor of Science in education from the Iniversity of Florida, and currently teaches fourth grade at Semir.ole Elementary School. While at the l/r.iversity of Floria Mia Segal was a member of the Women's Student Assn.. Hillel Executive Council, and Future Teachers of America She was a charter member and treasurer of Delta Kappa chapter of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority Presently, she is corresponding secretary of the Greater Miami Alumnae Assn. of Delta Phi Epsilon. %  Mr. Deutsch. son of Mrs. Teente Deutsch. 2543 SW 5th St.. and the late Moms Deutsch, is a graduate of Miami Senior High School and the University of Miami, holding degrees in business administration and education. He was an active member and officer in Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity. He is working Jj if +^ocitz lite Centtnucc n e j Robbins. Mrs Char and Mrs. Stanley Pred Center Building Program Speeded %  -.--. of the Southaatar 6438 SW 8th r to rea tex for the High Holy r Focal point of construction new rrooo in i—ilni—t af When completed, the Center teal •evaraJ hundred worshipI Mark Myer construction engiestixaied that the Center •c completed in ample time to meet the High Hoiv Dav deadAader. eataar. Vor.tmartre hotel Stan*-? w .fe Phyllis, and sans. Jeffrey at::: Michael, make their home at 19600 NE 19th ct No Mum: Beach Phyllis is admims'-raure vice president of the S*>ierhood of Adath Yeshurun Teaapk lories' Auxiliary fe /Meet Murray Solomon Post 243 La Auxiliary. wtU meet Tuesday -g. t p.m.. at American Lefiaa HaD. 303 Alhambra Circle. Coral Gables. Hyman and Juliet Lieber. of Phoer are flying to Los fiere they'll board an in il jet flute over the Pole to London From there to Helsinki and Leningrad followed by a trek to Moscow Return via B Bwi j Berlin Germany, and Austria. rrOOXOSS NOtCCl with Dr Lieber attending sessions ea route of the 18th Congress m the International Society of Surgery Then, an to New York aad meetings of the American College of Surgeons in Atlantic City If we re not too tired." Juliet writes ber Miami friends, on our Bwj back to Phoenix we may stop over m Madison. Wise. to see daughter Frances and granddaughter, and in Denver to see daughter Dorothy and grandson" Mr and Mrs Stanley Baumann are entertaining Mr and Mrs Philip Baumann. of Brooklyn. N Y Stan > parents, who are vaTPAVMQRE .(MLGfel*. Smut Through Mails Miami Postmaster Eugene M Dunlap said Wednesday that the Post Office Department's drive to stamp out the activities of "merchants in filth" who solicit minor children for the mail-order sale of obscene materials is making substantial headwayPostmaster General Summer field ha> notified the local postmaster that during the fiscal year which ended June 30. 1956. the Post Office Department conducted more than 14.000 separate investigations of traffic in mail order obscenity, of which approximatelv 10.000 were based on complaints from parents aroused to the menace presented by -the vicious arrogance of the smut racketeers." Prior to the summer of standing laws required that the most blatant profiteer, mg the vilest possible through the mails to school age children, could be prosecuted onlv at the point of origin of the mail ""f io.. e \ York ^ *"**' %  In 1958. the Postmaster General recommended new legislation to the 8oth Congress, which would Permit prosecution of such racketeers at the point where the ma.l "tering jobs in the pas received, and where the actual "" have been many requesU !r JiV 0 "*r the field on a fullschedule basis. "This means we'll be able to cater at synagogues and private homes, as well as at our 250*eat dmingroom on Washington ave. whenever called upon %  id that his latest service s sanctioned by the Beth Dm of •ad Hasashruth 1958. even sendmatenal MHU Wf/SS Restaurateur Will Enter Kosher Catering Field Philip Weiss. f the Roval Hungarian restaursnt. 731 Washington ave. Miami Beach, will enter the kosher catering field on a full scale. Weiss, who has been in the kosher restaurant business for 13 years, said Wednesday that the Royal Hungarian has now acquir ed the special equipment necessary for fancy catering. "WHh the rapid expansion of •he community." Weiss said, "we fwel there j s a do f wt i le need for moderate-priced catering that does net compromise on quality." The Royal Hungarian owner said that his restaurant has filled ewss tosiuf sfCAt toward a Master's degree in m] ance. Mr. Deutsch has taught it So* 1 west High School, and is now %  eighth grade science teacher i Riviera Junior High. NEWS WILNO KOSHik SALAMI ^X/llMO VV KOSHER QUOED CALAMI Ail para beef butbWl MM! *tyi.Wvi! 4ii movers WILNO KOSHER SAUSAGE CO. attempt to corrupt children's mora and social health took place Dun Up reports that this new legisU"<*> 's no w beginning t o bear fruit Singles limited Slate Party limited will have a Ls(WC-ic-f.) MUMI HUNCH 2111 N.W. 10th AVENUE Fl 1-6551 Private Peel Beach ana Caoafia Ceaew* HOTEL At 24* $T. 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