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The Jewish Floridian ( September 11, 1959 )

UFJUD
has failed to hold its own, ac-
cording to information reaching
Moscow. Young Jews are re-
ported anxious to leave for bet-
ter opportunities elsewhere.
They want to be as much like
other Soviet citizens as possible
and appear to have lost interest
in anything Yiddish.
At the ^ame time regulations j
It for any Soviet
citizen, r. of nationality,
to move about Permission is re-
quired to move from one city to
another and movement into crowd-
ed cities like ifotOM is closed in-,
definitely because of a critical
housing shortage.
The major exception to this re-
striction is the drive to populate)
the underdeveloped regions of Si-
beria and areas in the Far East
like Birobidjan. The program to,
settle these "virgin lands" has re-
sulted in intensive drives to pro-:
SAME MINDUN
POVWB Prvr-
n-'rr, w-^x t
On thu. the /irjt a-.-
of the untimek j-.
beloved Saul, hs* -
and Mn. Jacob Mmdlm and
brother. Leo. mourn J::"-. ifep\,
To Livt in Hearts We Leat*
Behind Is to Li\c F irctnt
PALMER'S
MEMORIALS
"Miami't Oil,
Jewish
tonumeiif
JriMlnT*
i.
First American conductor in-
vited to lead the Orquesta
Sinfonica de Colombia is
Robert Straussburg. who last
week returned from a tri-
umphant three weeks on the
orchestra's podium. The tour,
sponsored by the State De-
partment, received succes-
sive ovations and press no- but they study carefully speeches
tices describing Strassburg's of Communist Party leaders. The
work as "the ultimate in bril- Jews keeP watching for a shift in
liant sound, lustre and trans-
parency of color." Strass-
burg's stay with the orchestra
included its first nationwide
television performance.
Pllcy a shift they hope will
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Friday
, September 11. 1959
Services This Weekend
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I.OATH Vt.HURUN. 17080 Colllne
|sD*' r-rwtiw. Canter
lit
Ooldfsrb.
Conservative.
.omDATH ISRAEL
701 Carlyle ave.
aaae Ever.
NSHE EME8. 25M W 1tth ava.
1'Kn.ervative. MaKwall Sllberman,
president
lacTH DAVID. 1435 8W 3rd ave. Con.
"LrVativa. Rabbi Yaafcev Roeenberg.
Cantor William W Lipaon
IWirdaV 9 "> nar Mltmvah: Joel,
Kn if Mr. and Mrs. Ja*k Qeyer. Bro-
Kh.r David Oeyer will he re-affirmed
TCd >.re~nt Prayer Book to Jack In
the name of Beth David Sisterhood.
FTH EL MO 8W 17th ave. Orthodox.
aabbi Solomon Sehiff.
Y?a,v 6 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a_m. Ser-
': "Weekly Portion.1'
IETH EMETM. 12290 NW 2nd ava.
Conservative. Rabbi David W. Her-
Mn. Cantor Hyman Fain.
IETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ava. Or-
thodox Rabbi H Loula Rottmait.
Vriday 6:1' P '" Saturday 8:45 a.m.
ermon: "Weekly Portion."
,ETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
YJicbrew (cut trtallon
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8 Elul 6:10 pan.
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ona -rnxa n^ya fla-inn
ta'atfrnan ?# rniasyn
nnsnri n^tfrrryizn noam
3ji irVaft nrnaa dj hd"1
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faa n^]x n^y noij m
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fl'^pm rniasja |tii
(HNSMTsON -
iV*-0,***>- ""tOI Tiber Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamchee.
Dr"'"}'.,.,:1Dtp,?i Saturday 8:30 a.m.
Bar Mltsvah: Mark, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Abraham M. Here;man. Sermon:
A Orneration for War and Peace."
E.TH RAPHAEL. "iSt NW 3rd ava.
Orthodox. Rabbi Arle Becker.
fTH TFILAM. Ms Euclw ,v, Qr.
thodea. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
Co"L. W.V..JEWISH CENTER.
? .Box. 34'5**' "'"' Rbbi Sam-
uel April.
3ADE HEIGHTS CENTER. 181*0 NW
2nd ava. Conservative. Cantor Eman-
uel Mandel.
FLAGLER.GRANADA. 50 NW 81at
pi. Conaervative. Rabbi Bernard
Shoter.
Friday 6:11 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Bar
Mltzv.ih: Arthur, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Abe Saluk.
FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1S01
E. Andrewa ava. Reform. Rabbi
Mariua Ranaon. Cantor Sherwin
Levine.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th st. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross.
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HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CON-
GREGATION. 1150 W. 68th St.. Palm
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 2030
Polk at. Conservative. Rabbi David
Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ava.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Self.
Friday 6:.10 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.
KTinon: "Tbd EasieM Mitzvi.li." Baj
Mltsvah: Philip, son of Mrs. Sarah
Kh.nkmnn.
Coral Way Launches Construction
Construction was launched this
week on the new Coral Way Jew-
ish Center religious school and so-
cial hall building, Morris Fox, pres-
ident, announced.
The religious school will have
six permanent classrooms, each
rao s stuay, library, committee: quet style
room, rest room facilities, and
outer lobby.
Rabbi Samuel April, Coral Way!
spiritual leader, said, that the so-
cial hall will seat 700 people audi-
Ramot Hashawlm
[There was a large group of im-
migrants, an 40 years and more
ase, who were veteran Zionists
pa wanted to live in the country
page) and to work in agricul-
pre. Most of them were member?
f the liberal (free) professions,
jna it was not easy for these peo-
Pepie to be agriculturists.
1 Jn spite of everything they tried
P'aj and succeeded. They built
fjeir viUage on the basis of a co-
pTat.ve system, and did not de-
FP all branches of farming, but
Fiientrated mainly on one of
CiiTH~,,II>U,try rai8in*- Th" brnc
titur. *orkin capacity of the
rom ,im tev1Pl weU both
Fom the economic and the cui-
HrI aspect.
toZn?n VWU R*",ot H"*v1m
t anrea" f0Un?,ed b* P^^ <*
ce Ih T Wh0 had no Peri-
Kk. ^tever in gricultural
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ISRAELITE CENTER. Mia SW 24th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavakv.
Friday 6:15 p.m. Saturday 8:45 a.m.
ttsriyin: 'Wr.-kly l'ottum."
MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1101 SW 12th ava. Orthodox. Rabbi
Hereehell Saville. Cantor Berele
Kelemer.
6:20 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Ser-
mon: "Proper Sense of .Values."
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MONTICELLO PARK. 164th at. and
NE 11th ava. Conservative. Rabbi
Max Lipshitz.
Fri l.iv 6 and 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Will
Vnu stand Up for Tour Convtatkma;?"
Mtturday 9 a.m. Baj- Mltsvah: Roy,
eon of Mrs. Margie Auerbarh.
NORTH DADE CENTER. 13830 W.
Dlie hwy. Conservstiva. Rsbhl
Henry Okolica. Cantor Herman
Marchbein-Marbiny
Friday R*15 p.m. Sirmon: "Pr*n.irins
for the Holidays." Saturday 9 a.m.
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NORTH SHORE CENTFR. 620 75th st
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitx. Cantor Edward Klein.
Frldav -13 |i m. Sermon: "Thlldr^n
Of Ood Saturday 8:4.'. a.m. Bar Mltx-
vn^: Lawren'-*1. son of Mr. nd Ifrs,
Philip IV Leon: ,Hiirv(>v. son Of M'
and Mrs. Paul I'ln.us. Sermon:
"Weekly Portion."
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SOUTHWEST CEhlTER. S438 SW Mh
at. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
Frldav 8:80 n.m. Sermon: "Building
for Eternity.1'
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kenda'l
dr.. S Miami. Reform Raobl Hrrbft
Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner.
Frldav 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Tetn-Aiie
.MurderK." Saturday 9:30 a.m.
Kneseth Israel
Gets Spice Box
During morning services Satur-
day, a Made-in-Israel spice box
will be presented to Kneseth Israel
i Congregation by the State of Is-
rael.
Presentation will be by Moshe
Leshem, Consul of Israel for the
Southeastern region of the United
States. Rabbi David Lehrfield,
Kneseth Israel spiritual leader,
arid Louis Dublin, congregation
president, will accept the spice
box.
The gift is being made in recog-
nition of Kneseth Israel's contribu-
tion to the Greater Miami commit-
| tee for State of Israel Bonds. Last
, year, the congregation tripled its
bond purchases over the previous
year.
Monticello Fetes
New Rabbi, Wife
Rabbi and Mrs. Max Lipschitz
will be honored at a reception
Sunday. 8 p.m., at the Coronet ho-
tel. Hosts are members of Con-
gregation Monticello Park, of
which Rabbi Lipschiet is new
spiritual leader. There will be no
solicitation1 of funds or charges,
congregation officials said this
week.
Rabbi Lipschitz comes to the
North Miami Beach congregation
after 12 years in his only previous
pulpit at Madison, Wis., where he
completed courses for the degree
of Doctor of Philosophy in semitics
and clinical psychology. Upon com-
pletion of his dissertation in May,
I960, he wih be the first student to
receive a Doctorate in semitics a.
the University of Wisconsin.
Rabbi Lipschitz was ordained
at Yathiva University in lt47,
and was awarded an MA degree
in philosophy by Columbia Uni-
versity.
In Madison, Rabbi Lipschitz was
; active in both the Jewish- and non-
Jewish community, serving as
president of the local ZOA, vice
I president of B'nai B'ri(h, director
I of the Jewish Welfare Fund, and
. chairman of its seminary alloca-
tion committee, member of the
i Rotary Club, director of Dade
. County Red Cross, Mayor's Com-
, mission of Human Rights, held a
Ministerial Fellowship, and was
I active jn a number of other civic
I and state organizations.
The Rabbi's wife is the former
j Miriam Lehrman, daughter of
, Rabbi and Mrs. Moses Lehrman,
: of Detroit. They have two children.
Equipped with both moat and
*> kitchen, "the, Center will
have the largest kosher banquet
facilities in Miami," Rabbi April
declared.
Until the permanent sanctuary
can be erected, the social hall will
also serve as a temporary sanc-
tuary.
David Odell, building chairman,
said that the facility will cost $175,-
000, and is being constructed on
six acres of property at SW 87th
ave. and J.6th st. Architects and
engineers are Jules P. Channing
Associates. Contractor is the Sid-
ney Fagin Construction Company.
TEMPLE BETH EL.
Hollywood. Reform.
Jaffa.
1646 Polk at.
Rabbi Samuel
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1728 Monroe st Conservative
Rabbi Samuel Lerer. Cantor Ernest
Schreiber.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chaae
ava. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kroniah
Cantor David Convlser.
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TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabb*
Sheldon Edwards. Cantor B)en Gross
berg.
Friday 8:11 p.m. Sermon: "In I"rep-
aratlon For." One* Shabhnt hosts:
Mr. and Mrs. frvlne; Superior. In
honor of the Bar Mits\ah of their son.
Mnrk, J-'aturday a.m. Sermon:
"Covenant Not Obligation."
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing
ton ave. Conaervative. Rabbi Irvine
Lehrman. Cantor Israel Reich.
Friday 6p.m. Saturday t a.m. Ser-
mon: "Wecklv Portion Baa Mlts-
vah: Nnnrv. daufrhtfr of Mr. and Mr*.
Harry Lerhtner. Bar Mltsvah- Max
Bernard, eon of Mrs. Kay R. Stein-
sart.
TEMPLE ISRAEL. *37 NE Itth st
Reform. Rabbi Jeeenh R. Naret
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
Friday k Ik p.m. Sermon bv Rabbi
Narot. Welrome to Habhl Klllah Pal-
nick] new assistant rl.M <;reetlna-s
bv A. J. Harris. Temple Israel presi-
dent.
Liberal. Rabbi Morrla Skop. Canto'
Herman Gottlieb.
Kibl;iy 8i8 P m. Sermon: "Three
Kinds of Kdu.atlon." Saturday 10:30
n. Bar Mitzvah: Philip, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Irving Kaner. 1S01 sv.
Ot., who will be boats at the Friday
ewiiin* Ones Shabbat.
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TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th 'at. 1st
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can.
tor Samuel Gomberg.
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TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 1210C
NE 16th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benru:
M. Wallach.
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TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 881
Flamingo Way. Conaervative. Rabbi
Lao Heim.
Friday B:1E p.m Barmoa: "Hoboes and
Student An Intesral l*art of the
l-earner." Ones: Shabbat follows. Sat-
urday 9 a.m.
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TEMPLE 2ION. 6720 SW 17th st
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax
man.
Friday 8:J0 p.m. Sermon: "ShOOM
<< nv.rslon ki Judaism be Kncour-
axed," Saturday 9 a.m. Bar Mlts-
vah: ltobeit. son of Mr. and Mrs.
David Kuahner.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. -6500 N. Miami
ave. Conaervative. Rabbi Harry L.
Lawrence. Cantor Albert Giant*.
Friday s:S0 p.m. (iuest speaker: Nam
tJvaon. Topic: "It Loeea In the Trans-
lation.'' Ones Shabbat hosts: Mr. and
Mrs.- Jai-k Berke. in honor of the en-
casement of their son. Jerry, to Mia*
Susan Draluck. Saturday 9 a.m.
TORAH TEMPLE. 1284 Waat ava
Traditional. Rabbi Abraham Casssl
Services Friday evening and Satur-
day mornlns- Dally prayer and medl
tat Ion.
TEMPLE JUOEA. 820 Palermo ave.
YOUNG ISRAEL. 18780 NE 10th ave
Orthodox.
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44 Za
mora ave. Conservstive. Rabbi B
Friday 7 p.m. Saturday :30 a.m. Ser-
S ea The Inner War and Inner
Peace."
Late Services
On at No Share
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, of the
North Shore Jewish Center, has
just returned from a ten-day Uni-
ted Synagogue Youth encampment
in Hendersonville, N. C.
Participating were more than
150 teen-agers, representing the
youth leadership of the Conserva-
tive congregations of the South-
east region, of which, SO delegates
came from the Greater Miami
area.
In addition to the regular out-
door camping life, the teen-agers
were exposed to an intensive relig-
ious orientation under the guid-
ance of supervising rabbis of the
Southeastern states. In a sermon
entitled "Children of God,'1 Rabbi
Abramowitz will describe his ex-
periences as a supervising spirit-
ual leader of the encampment at:
this Friday evening's service at
8:15 p.m., which will inaugurate
the series of late Friday evening
services at the North Shore Jew-
ish Center.
Max Krauss is president of the
congregation. Cantor Edward
Klein and the Center choir, under
the direction of Eli Eamuels, will
chant the Sabbath hymns and
songs in the liturgical portion of
the services.
KABBI ELIJAH FALNKK
Temple Israel
Names Assistant
Rabbi Elijah E. Palnick, newly-
I named assistant rabbi of Temple
: Israel of Greater Miami, will be
I formally welcomed by the congre-
j gation at Sabbath eve services Fri-
day at 8:15 p.m.
Rabbi Palnick, who will serve as
I assistant to Dr. Joseph R. Narot,
Temple spiritual leader, is a "na-
tive of Montreal. He is a graduate
ol McGill University in Canada,
and was ordained at the Hebrew
Union College in Cincinnati last
June.
The service of welcome will in-
clude a special prayer ritual pre-
pared by Dr. Narot, as well as a
sermon of installation. A. J. Har-
ris, president, will welcome Rabbi
Palnick in behalf of the Temple.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein will of-
fer a special song of greeting, and
the service will be followed by a
reception in honor of Rabbi and
Mrs. Palnick, sponsored by the
Sisterhood of Temple Israel.
Doctors Address Sisterhood
Tempie Sinai Sisterhood met
Wednesday. Mrs. Lois Bergert,
program chairman, introduced Dr.
Edward B. Jaffee and Dr. Joseph
Allison in a discussion of Normal-
cy in Children,"
Registration
'Almost Full1
Chairman of the Beth Jacob
education committee. Morris Kre-
vat, said Wednesday that registra-
tions both in the daily Hebrew
and Sunday school "are almost
full."
Daily classes will commence on
Monday under the direction of
Rev. Maurice Manches, and Sun-
day school will be taught by Miss
Joyce Stern. The Beth Jacob High
School Department will be con-
ducted by Rabbi Tibor Stern. Bar
Mitzvah classes are under the su-
pervision of Rev. Morris Mosco-
witz.
Beth Jacob Congregation has
full youth program for weekday
and Sabbath and Sunday morn-
ings. Sisterhood of Beth Jacob is
cooperating in support of social
functions of the Hebrew school.
Special High holiday services fer
the Junior Congregation will be
arranged by the staff, with a full
schedule of service.



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vJewistncrMton
FridqY- September
11. IS
Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINPLIN
Filling A Religious Need That Didn't Exist Before
HIGH HOLIDAY LITURGY. By Rabbi Louis Barish. 1/4
pp. New York: Jonathan David, Publishers. $4.50
TEN YEARS AGO Rabbi parish published a brochure
which earned wide distribution in the Armed Forces.
Called "Companion to the Machzor.'' it was. apparently,
the first effort to interpret in popular fashion the liturgy
of the High Holiday prayer book. This book is an ampli-
fication of the earlier booklet. What it does is to present.
in clear language, the meaning and historical background
for every important prayer in the Rosh Hashona and Yom
Kippur Machzor.
Fifty years ago, such a book was unnecessary'- Amer-
,can Jews were then still close to their shtetlI roots and
the knowledge so directly given in Rabbi Barish i book
was an tategral part of every Jew of at least moderate
observance. Beneath the quick, seemingly automatic
mumble of prayers, their significance lay >"; con-
tainment. One did not have to be told that the Baruch
Shem K'vod." which is said silently all year after the
Shma," is spoken aloud on Yom Kippur. and what this
tradition means. ___
Now. unhappily, it is unlikely that one Jew in a hun-
dred understands much beyond the literal words of his
liturgy: among the younger generations, there are prob-
ably not even that many. Perhaps this is one reason why
Yom Kippur is a.day, not so much of atonement h
Capitol Spotlight:
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Now They're Calling Khrushchev a Jew
Washington
PROFESSIONAL anti-Semites are
" spreading ridiculous rumors that
Nikita Khrushchev is Jewish, as the
" visit of the Soviet Premier ap-
proaches. This line was "supported"
by an allegation that Khrushchev,
when a youth, boarded in a Jewish
home in Mariupol, Ukraine, and \
"even learned to speak and read Yiddish."
Other "evidence" was a report that Krushchev
in 1913 sided with Mariupol Jews in a street fight
against the "Black Hundred" anti-Semites. It is also
alleged that Krushchev's wife is Jewish.
Such are the charges published by the organ of
the 'National States Rights Party." The NSRP al-
leged that American Jews welcomed Khrushchev's
visit because "international Jewry controls Ike, the
State Department, the Red FBI. the two old parties
and Khrushchev. They are having their two stooges,
Ike and Khrushchev.-exchange visits." Dismissing the
facts of Soviet anti-Semitism. NSRP employed Hitler's
tactic of the "big life."
Material circulated by another group, "the Na-
tional Renaissance Party," took a similar approach.
It proclaimed that "the enemy capital for many years
Off the Record
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
On Epstein in Repose
WHEN JACOB EPSTEIN was born on
" Hester st. some 78 years ago. New
York's lower East Side was first in the
process of becoming a Jewish bastion in
America and an intellectual reservoir
that was to produce artists and writers
jurists and men of science who were des-
tined to make a profound imprint on
every facet of American civilization. The
peak of Jewish immigration from Eastern Europe was still
almost a quarter of a century away, and Jewish life on the
East Side had barely begun manifesting the symptoms of
the picturesque pattern it was to assume.
The Jewish community of the East Side in the early
days of Jacob Epsteinwho was to die Sir Jacobwas in
too formative and fluid a state to cope with such prob-
lems. The Jewish immigrants who peddled their wares
on Hester st. were too preoccupied with immediate prob-
lems of settlement and adjustment to think of the future.
Epstein, it seems, had more than a nostalgic hanker
ir.a. for the East Side. Surely his artistic intuition must
have prompted him that the bare soH of his cradle Was
now growing rapidly into an intellectual and artisitc edi-
fice. He had been in London only two years when he re-
turned for a visit to his old haunts. This was in 1907, the
year of one of his great achievements. The Queen of Eng-
land had purchased his bronze "Head of an Infant." and.
with royalty as his patron. Epstein's fame catapulted to
new heights. It was not long after this that he was com-
missioned to do sculptural decorations on a new building
of the British Medical Society. His nudes shocked the
British public and critics and he at once became the simul-
taneous object of vituperation and adulation. Since then,
and until his very death some weeks ago, he remained the
century's most controversial figure.
When Epstein was born there wasn't a single Yiddish
daily in New York. Young Jacob was five when his father
bought the first issue of the Tageblatfin 1885. Now in
1907, there were several Yiddish newspapers. Had' he
waited a few years, he would have found a great trans-
formation in the character of the new immigration The
early comers were escapees from Czarism and service
and very often deserters from debt and obligation.
What the course of Epstein's artistry would have been
under the warm glow of those skies, now unfortunately
considerably obliterated, is within the realm of conjec-
ture. Yet it is pertinent to ask. now that he has become
of the artistic ages, whether Sir Jacob Epstein, the Knight
of Hester st., was a Jewish artist.
Epstein may well have rejected the cognomen "Jew-
ish artist," for his sweep was truly wide, yet his themes
are often drawn from sacred scripts, betraying an artistic
mobility reminiscent of Moses drawing living water from
stone with cane.
Sir Jacob now reposes amidst trees in a Christian
cemetery, yet Hester st. mourns its most illustrious son
even though in the end he silenced its tongue for kaddish
has been New York, not Moscow ... The most vicious
atrocities against mankind have been committed by
Jews." Accordingly, the real enemy is "the Jewish
conspiracy, which manv people still naively believe is
Russian 'Communism'."
Prepared for the Khrushchev visit the NSRP
urges followers to demonstrate and picket. It used
the headlines: "Only Traitors Welcome the Jew,
Khrushchev" and told members: "When that sadistic
Jew. Khrushchev, comes to your town or to a nearby
city, go down and personally tell him to get out of
Christian America."
The FBI is believed to have established surveil-
lance over the NSRP and similar extremists. The
NSRP went so far as to openly report its members
were "arming" to make "arrests of treasonous public
officials who entertain bloody Khrushchev."
The national organizer of NSRP, Matt Koehl,
actually accused Gerald L. K. Smith, another notori-
ous bigot, of trying to "whitewash" the FBI. In the
words of Mr. Koehl, the FBI is "a Jew-controlled. Red,
race-mixing outfit."
FBI Chief J. Edgar Hoover was condemned by
NSRP for his acceptance of a B'nai B'rith interfaith
award and his "Negroidal nose." NSRP bragged, "we
will reveal the Red record of the FBI" while the FBI
studied NSRP's own record. The nature of the NSRP
is revealed easily to Jews by its mailing of stuff like
"The International Jew" and "Our Nordic Race."
Kenneth C. Griffin, bead of NSRP in Georgia,
was arrested in Atlanta when he and others sought to
picket newspaper offices. Police said "each of the
arrested persons was carrying "a sign that was very
derogatory to the Jewish people and we felt could
be detrimental to the peace, good order and dignity of
the city." Griffin was later indicted in connection with
the bombing of the Atlanta Jewish Temple.
Edward Fields, NSRP leader, is listed by the ADL
as a head of the "Christian Anti-Jewish Party" that
picketed the White House in 1954. The NSRP publica-
tion is -The Thunderbolt," a periodical that displays
n emblem reminiscent of the Nazi SS insignia.
Lawenforcement officials plannnig protection of
President Eisenhower and Mr. Khrushchev are aware
that trouble could come from the underworld of pro
fessional bigots. The bigots scream their hatred,
basking in the knowledge that this is free America
In 1958 ISRP voted to draft Rear Adm. John G.
Crommelin. L'SN. Ret as its candidate for President
of the United States. The admiral shocked Navv col-
leagues when he voiced anti-Jewish sentiments over
television.
NSRP membership includes mainly "White Citi-
SrarCouncU" elements from 18 states. John Kasptr
the principal convention speaker at Louisville
Ky.. last year. Kasper is now confined in a Federal
peattentiarj .,. ., result of rabble-rousing .ctivit .
The Anti-Defamation League of B'nai Brith quoti
Ka-: telling the NgRP he once thought "all
problems would be solved if every Nigger' would kill
"Nigger mind-"6 ^ "* ** ^ **** >"e
boredom and discomfort for so many people .
rising when others rise, sitting when they sit, tu5i'
through the Machzor and, at last, coraia*; ogt iJr
clear on the "Sh'ma." Perhaps, too, this is ,,*
should be at least a yearly return for some peooUi
comes a contribution to their confusion and a be-ni
ing estrangement.
Rabbi Barish's excellent book seeks to res'
levels of connotation which make the liturgy nch
meaningful. One could read it before the Days of .*
or even use it during the services. In either case ^
reward is manifold. What one knows by instinct
Judaism is intellectually satisfying and cmotionVb
spiringbecomes a matter of direct knowledgei
precious and compellingly beautiful.

EIGHTH TRIP TO EUROPE and SEVENTH TRifl
USSR. April Mar, "59. By Samuel KipnU. m'
Privately printed.
Mr. Samuel Kipnis of this city has had pruned |
diary of his most recent trip to the Soviet Union ti
family and friends. The log, done in meticulous da
includes what he ate along the way, what time-he
in the morning, and when he shaved. There are alsjl
formative excerpts from travel brochures. Those
know Mr. Kipnis will find his booklet representative H
own personality, which colors his observations of
commerce and foreign policy.
It is indeed a wonderful thing to have the
which enable one to put writing into published formT_
truly fine writers, I am sure, would envy Mr, Ki;xm~j
opportunity.
Overseas Newsletter:
By ELIAHU S/
Israelis Live in Kenya]
Jen
UUHEN WE TOLD Orah. the c;
" young secretary of the Kenya ]
ist Council in Nairobi, that we vrrjijj
to see a "white man's plantation,"!
said: "Why not? Come out and visstd
father's farm."
Arriving at the farm, we
to see "the boss" overseeing his i
seer who is overseeing the native workers. Instead,]
met a tall man in a straw hat, wearing khaki shirt I
khaki pants, his hands somewhat greasy from the i
peeling machine on which he had just been adju
something. Apparently he noticed our surprise,
he remarked: "Here it is just like in a kibbutz. Eve
has to work."
Orah's father is one of the many Israelis whoi
to Kenya in the twenties and thirties from the then I
Mandate territory of Palestine. When the Mandate i
many, though not all of them, did not exchange
British passports for Kenya passports, but for Israel
ports. Most of them came from Rishon Le Zion or I
vot. where they still have most of their relatives,
children speak Hebrew and are usually sent for oceorj
.years back to Israel, before they are sent off to
in England.
Rishon and Rehovot are grape and orange
regions, and the Israelis who came from there to I
usually had a fair knowledge of fruit growing. Then
man) ui them bought vernations in Kenya and put I
experience "> -.,! use. Coffee is the most importaat|
port "- ,. ..1 Kenya. One of the problems of coffee]
>"i ii Kenya is that, region of year-round spring 0
tut ripens simultaneously. On some branches/
small coffee berries are deep-red, on other brancheif
reen, while on yet others there are only iW
Therefore each tree must be harvested several times]
ing the >ear. which, of course, increases production!
The Israelis, however, found a way to improve I
a hat. They introduced artificial irrigation
sprinklers imported Irom Israel; and thui -ucceeditl
urating the ripening of the fruit to several
periods, thus reducing the number of times each I
nas to be harvested.
The Israelis are one of the four main groups oM
(and British East African) Jewry.
Between You and Me:
BORIS SMOLAR
How the Funeral of David Pinski Was Ignori
WHILE
and
TRYING TO bring American
I-raeli Jews closer together
Israel has now committed a sin" against
a prominent American writer which
created a lot of commotion in this coun-
try. The writer is David Pinskv. well-
known author and playwright' whose
Plays have been performed both on the
Yiddish and the English stages in Amer-
ica. One of the most devoted Labor Zionists, he did what
American Zionist leaders are expected to do
r iJ?6 hiX the1United sa>es soon after Israel was estab-
fcttlhi thTited ^ ,,VeWiSh S,a,e ^^anently He
wLIh \^ lim 0f hls life had rue, and he
wanted to live the rest of his hfe as an Israeli Highly
respected1 in the entire Jewish world, he se"ed1 as SfS
thouchts in the minds of some who contemplated
his example, but it also provoked such bitterness.
Obviously, because he had written his works iaj
dishalthough some of them were translated into hT
there was no proper funeral arranged for him in
where tens of thousands know his writings. B '
"quiet funeral" in Haifa, allegedly arranged by the at.
Pality. at which no speakers except one Hebrew "1
were allowed to eulogize him. When the mv%*A
funeral was missed in New York by his many adnun
and the proper inquiries were made in Israel, it tun^J
that "something had happened" to prevent an imp
funeral which he would have had, had the proper r
ments been made.
Dozens of radio programs in Israel an Am*r*'!*
ish life cannot repair the harm done to Israel amow
American Jews by the apparently deliberate negus*"
not giving the proper last rite* to such man ot i
letters as David Piasky was.


riday
September 11. 1959
+Jew 1st, fkrrrfitr
Pago 15-A
ffnXCn" BY HENRY LEONARD
"And now fhot our SHobtxn frvkt or* t>v4>r, I shovM
like to pf*Mnt and thank th >! of our Iwaala
choir Mr. Haaaorty, MIm Johnson, Mn. O'Connor
and Mrs. Whitney."
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
..... No. 47400-C
IN RE En tat* of
I'M..mam lawson THRJELKELD
' -NOTICE-TO CREDITORS
"I" Al Creditor* tnd All Persons, Hav-
In* Manns or Demand* Against Said
Estate:
You a,e hereby notified, and re-
an> rial ma and da-
mauds which you may have againut
th< I-l.il.- of Till (MAS LA W SON
rHRELKELD .t..... i i;,i,. ,,f 6ide
I minty. Florida. In the County Judges
of r>ade County, ami file the mum lii
their Offices In the County Court-
house in Dad*- County, Florida, with-
in elKlit calendar in..nth.- from the
data ..f the first publication hereol
or the nmr will he barred.
HOMER C. THREJ KKLD
Administrator of the Estate of
Thomas lawwin Threlkel.l
ENOEL an.l Hoi'SEN
Mux p. Basel, of c.mii8ei
KH Blsrayne Building
Miami 32. Florida
PRunklln 3-0802
_______ 8/28. s'4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKKKIIY OIVEN that
the undersigned. delrinv to private In
business tinder the flctltloua name of
ROY'S COOKTAn. l/>l'NOB SPE-
CIALTIES at 1S20 North Miami Ave-
nue. Miami. Florida intend* to re*.
Ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade Cmintv. Florida.
ROY TANNENRAt'M
SHELDON J. SCHLES1NOER. Esq.
Attorney for Rov** Cocktail
I/.iiiik.- Specialities
. 8'28. 9/4-11-18
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
lOTin: IS HEREBY GIVEN that
. rslgned, desiring to enuaae
I iin-ler the firtltloua name
pARlFBEAN AIRCRAFT Sl'l'l'LY
0 .\ W Sftll Avenue. In-
to o-gistcr wiid name with the
the Circuit Court of Dade
I iIda
JANE K MEDINA
I.I I- i. MEDINA
- n-a /4-ii
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
I11TI1 K IS HEREBY GIVEN that
1 in igncd. desiring to anajaeo in
pni i-
.IV l.lynnis al SM N W Ird
'Mi I .Ulster aillll num.-
i the Circuit Court of
I
Y HELLER, aole owner
8/21-28. '
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
I H ItEBY OIVBN that
i ring to engage In
|| !-! the in titious num. ..I
:- KS SI MH'.IEK at Ver-
..Ulna Avenue.
I Intenda to register
' with the Clerk of the Clr-
li.i.l. i uiiiity. Florida.
I0IL.RKRT NICHTER, aola owner
.'N \ EPSTEIN
brni for Applicant
[ Ui In i load
8/21-28. S'4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
OTH E IS HEREBY GIVEN that
m I dealran* to enrage In
I tier the fictitioua name of
Mi SHOE STOKE at 1211 W.
tier St., Miami .".:.. Fla., Intends
[ "'me with (he Clerk
f "I Court of Dade County,
rlnfl
HANNAH si'TTON. aole owner
8/21-28. 9/4-11
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 4733a-B
IN RE; Estate of
SARAH TANENBAUM
I>ece:i sed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Person* Hav-
ing Claims, or l>emanda Against Said
E'-'-'e:
You are hereby notified ami requir-
ed to present an> claims and demand*
whli-h you may have against tin- .--
late .,r SARAH TANENBAl'M de-
ceased late if Miami. Dtule County,
FWida. t.. the Court' Ittdaea "f Dud.
County, ami file the name In their
I he Count;
Dad* Count v, Florida, within elaht
calendar months, from the date of the
first publication h.-icf. 01 t hi
will in- barred
GEORGE CHEREN aa Executor
of th- l.i-i Wii: an I Teatamanl
of SARAH TANE-NBAl'M I '
i:EOROE CHEREN, Attorney
01 nhmpla Building
Miami, Florida
4-11,18-2-.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, dexirlna to encace In
ImaineKH under the fictitioua name ot
1SKAK1. KOBHER BAU8AOE CO.
(not Inc.) at 2Ji> N W. 'th Street. Mi-
ami. Florida Intends to realater aald
name with the clerk of the Circuit
Court of Iia.le County. Florida.
KAMl'EL. EORI.MAN. aole owner
WEINKI.E & KI'.SSl.Elt
Attorneys
814 Sevbold Building
9 -4-11-18-23
F
IOTP
I "'
pn.-- -
Lmi
Bl'E
rn.l-
[cl.r
ill
NOTICE UNDER
CTITIOUS NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN thM
-nin.-il. iles-iring to engage in
.nil.r the fictitioua name of
WAI.I. STREET BYNA-
1 -I'' N K 2nd Ave.. Miami
tn register said name with
"t th.. Circuit Court of Uade
Florida.
NATHAN ABRAHAM
i .1 1.11.14
THE CIVIL COURT OF RECORD
ANO FOR OADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
hoir No 5-9048.A
v i NUERO vkmi:nt CO.,
' rid corporation,
I -iff.
WOLF,
ll" lant
.NM7(!CE_|OF> PUBLICATION
I.nit
llton Avenue
At. title B) .
r. a '-. !?'n*. Nw York
tin a.I!I.'"i:":ki:y NOTIFIED that
'' i: i oinnhilnt f... liainanea on
I'remlaea has bean filed
1 wherein plaintiff la -the
>>u are the lesaor, uml
hereby required to set"l
.yoiir Answer or Pleading to
Em "f..J''"i|ilalnt on plaintiff.,
fflj-v. MIl.TtiN A. FRIEOMAN.
ni Z y B,d*- Miami, Florida.
In .v ':r'*lnal Answer or Plead-
Ill "tflc' "' ""' Olerk of the
km vm l",de l'""nl-v Courthotlae.
Jia.. on-or bafora the th
-|.teml*r. IS.-.!. if ion f-.ll
,,,,' '" Judgment will be taken
h. i ,'.'" .'"r thr relief demanded
""'."I of Complaint.
s'-. ^" "KKF.REO nt Miami.
|"Ha this 21th day of August, IMI
' V. McCRACKEN, Clork,
' Ivll Court of Record
Made County Courtha
I'ade County, Florida
Bj It p. 1)U.\((,
Heputy Clerk
__________________8/2*. 9/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER
*' CTITJojSfJ NAMELAW
L 'ri.' ls HKRERY GIVEN thai
L to engine In
1 i.e of
""'Aim INN at 2225 N.W. "Hut
. r.orlrta Intend
I "''< with th
1 I lortda.
ADl i I. SOLOMON
Sole owner
""i for \
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
CHAPTER 20722 ACT* OF t41
File A-11689
NOTKE is HCRBBY OIVEN that
Victor I". Valek. holder of County la-*
Male Certificates! numliered IBB and
r.47. Issued the 31st day of May. A.P.
IS.'.? haa filed same In my office, and
ha- made .ipplic.ition for a tax deed
to be Issued thereon. Bald certificates
.ml.ia. .. the following described prop-
erty, in the Ciiunty of Dade. State of
Florida .to.wit
I.,.t || Block 4. OlMa Ten-ice. Plat
Book 8, Page 117. in the County of
liaile. Slat.- .if Florida, as embraced
In Certificate No 141 The aasesament
of said property under the said -t-
tiflcate Isaued was in the name of
Ell* G. Slack.
W 15 Ft of E 320 Ft of 8 Ml Ft of
SKI '4 of SW1/4 .' S'ni'4, Section It,
Township ':: South. Range 41 East,
containing ." Acres more or less In
the County "f Oade. Slate of Florida.
,\>, ml.raced In Certificate No. 547.
The aaaessment of said property- un-
der the said certificate Issued was In
the name of Irene .1. Brownagle Ijilne.
I'nleas said certificates shall be re-
deemed according to law. the prop-
erty described herein will We sold to
the highest bidder at the Court House
door on the 'Irst Monday in the
month of October. A.O. 19:.<>. which
la the Sth dav of tvtoher. A.O. 1M.
Dated thla Jlst day of August. A.D.
1151
E. R LKATHERMAN. Clerk.
I'.-uit Court. Dide Count v. Florida
..!) By: R. M. I.r7F"FR.
is.-iiil
Deputy Clerk
9/4-11-18-15
N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 47137
IN RE: Estate of
SYLVIA BECKMAN alo known
as Sl'NNY C.AER
I.. .-aaed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credltora and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demanda Against Said
You are hereby notified and requlr-
ed to present any claims and demand-
which v..u may have agalnat the
estate of SYLVIA BECKMAN. al"
known a* slNNV OAEB deceaaed
late ..I intv. Florida, to ln
County .ludais ..f Daata Cotinl
rile the sam- In their offices In the
thouse In Dade County,
Forlda. within eight c.leiular months
fi .iti the date of the first publication
will be l>..
SAM BECKMAN, As Kxecutor
..f I
MAN. a,-
Attorney

-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
P*N AMERICAN WHOLESALE DIS-
TRIBUTORS at 219:. S.W. r.th Ter-
race. Miami. Florida intenda to reg-
later said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida.
JOSEPH SII WKi L
S'ule Owner
ECOBNE at ALRERT
li.....n for A oollcant
!>"l Rlacavne Bldg.
Miami. Florida
- 9'1-1I-18
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 59C 7360
ROHELLA McBL'RROWS,
'Pfatntirf.
va.
I. H McBCRROWR,
Defendant
UIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: L. B. Mr-ltl'KKOWS
Route 1
P'lnleysi.n, Georgia
You are hereby notified that a Com-
plaint for Dlvorca has been filed
against you. and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer on the
Plaintiffs attorney, BERNARD R.
WEK8LER, 309 Industrial .Hank Build-
ing. Miami 32, Florida and file the
original thereof In the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be-
fore, the 7th day of- September. IMI
If you fail to do so. otherwise, the
allegations of said Complaint will be
taken as confessed by you
Dated at Miami. Ft.ni.la. this 3rd
day of August, A.I). 1959.
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade Count v. Florida
(aeal) By: K. M. LTMAN.
Deputy Clerk,
_____ 8/7-14-21-28
NOTICF UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE If) HEREBY OIVEN tha.t
the undersigned, desiring to an*
-s under the fictitioua name of
MIVViiV I'l.ri: til N i: 2nd \ve .
Vlnml intends to register said mme
with Hie clerk of the Cli.ult Court
of IMrie Count" Florida.
NATHAN AR1MHW1
- I 1-11-18
IN C.niiNTv JUDGF'S court
DADE COUNTV. FLORIDA
No. 446B4-A
i:i: ,stith Of
PB9IK l.FSRPR also known as
BEf4f*ra EP.ANKEI.
Deeea aed
NOT'fF OF intention TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTtr-R is hereby given that I
have filed mv final report and netl-
""n for Final T>ischarge n s*xEC!T-
T !( ai, known as BFSSTE FRAN-
KKL deceased: and that on the r.th
dav o' Octob.r. 1'.9, I will nimlv to
t>e Honorable W. P BI..\yroN
Coun'v Jud_ge of Dide Coontv. Flor-
ida, for aonroval of said final reoort
nd for final dts-harg. a. rvirr.
TOR. the ESTATE of BWWffl
f psapo also known as BESSIE
FP4VKEL. decea-ed.
This 21th d-.v ..' \n-.iit 1*"4.
"u-Ripp, n FTTRMAN
MTHl"t HF1VVN # KtP' VN
iit.1 B,W, 't St.. Miami, Fla.
Attorneys for Executor
8/28.9/4-11-18
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY No. 54C 7t
LINDA RI'CKLES.
Plaintiff
TROT BUCKLES.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Mr. Troy Bucklee
Route No. 5
Kliiahet hton, Tennessee
You TROY BI'CKLES are herebv
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce haa been filed against you.
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's
Attorney. BENNETT A POPPER
9829 S. Dixie Highway. Kendall It,
Florida and file the original Answer
or Pleading In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
21st day of September, 1KB. If you
fh.il' to do so, judgment by default
will be taken against you for the re-
lief demanded in the Bill of Com-
plaint.
Thai notloa shall be published once
each week for four consecutive aroeki
in THK JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONF. AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, tlii. Uth .l.n i.i August, A.i>.
l!'.-.!
B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County Florida
(seal) B) : K. M LTMAN,
Deputy Clerk
BENNETT & POPPER
"-"' S nixie Highway
Kendall r.i-., Fl..i M i
Attorneys for Plaintiff
8/21-28.9/4-11
NOT.CF UNOcr
fictitio'ii NIKE I AW
NOTICE IS HFRF1Y C.IVl'N that
the undersigned. dealr|n to eneage I"
hi.sinesa "nder >- fi^tit'oos name or
ORIOJVAL FUSfoWSKT'S at I4M
t>rexel Avenue. Miami Reach. Flor-
ida ln'nd to reeistee nld nn"1' with
the Clerk of 'he Circuit Court of
Dade Co""" V--< 'i
J4CK ER"OWKV
HARRY 0RBBNR*an
8'21-28 9/4-11
NOTICR RV PUai.lCAT'ON
in -rue rigruiT court or th'
Ei rvruTH jiio""*L fRCHT OF
FLneir.4 in *NO foo moE
COUNTV in ruNCERY,
"" 59C8190
JBAV M*VEI(S
l'lnl""ff.
v
CHARLES MAYERS.
JIUIT FOR ANNULMENT
TO: CHARLFS MAYBrU
o'T r~>nd A'snne
De Molne. Iowa
Yon f'HtR'FS MV'ERS "e here-
hv notified that a Rill of Cnmnlilnt
for Annulment bas been fl'd agalnat
von. and von a-e rentilred 'o serve a
copv of vonr Answer or Pleading to
the PHI Of Pna.n1.lllt on <*>* "Inlntlffa
Attorney MFLVTN I WBOf*. JW
L'nc.io Road Misml Beach. Florida
nnd file 'he o''*lna1 Anawer or Plead-
ing In |he offlee n' the C'erk of the
Circuit Court on or before the Sth dav
of Octobe" iaS|. vou ''! *o do ao.
Indeement' h>- default art", be taken
aga<"st 'in '"' 'h* "e'lef demanded
|n th Til" of Comntnlnt.
This no'lee shall he nubll*hed onee
Mrh ei e non.- !>- weeka
In THE JEWISH FT.OPIDIAN..
nnVK IV" opnRP*D at Miami
-->elda. thla 28th day of Auguet. A.D
"U P 1 EATHERMAN. Ci-rk.
Clrelllt Onrt '^nde rnimlv CToeH.1
NOTICE UNDER
FlfTITiona NME LAW
NoncF is hk.iii'iiv nrvBN tbit
testing to engage In
h'.aineaa mi"" *1' flcH*loi" name of
,-,,., |.i-m \ --(V, Rlrd Road
Miami Ft... 'ntend to register said
of 'b Circuit
FRANK OAOLIANO
1/4-11-18-15
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
-Jeit Ihiiiitr
Bolictte your iqal ooUcbb.
Wo approclato your
patronage and auarnrmn
accurato rvlco at IvaaJ
rattM .
Phone FR 4-4366
toe mofgonqor aorrlco
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANO
FOR OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY No. MC 7S5
CEIL MKSKO.
Plaintiff,
va.
JOHN MKKKO.
Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: JOHN MESKO
Defendant
548 Zlegler Avenue
Linden. New Jersey
YOU ARK HERE IIY NOTIFIED that
a complaint for Divorce haa been
filed against you, and you are hereby-
required to serve a copy of your an-
awer on the Plalntlff'a Attorney,
ANGBLO A. AM. 110S Ainetey Build-
ing. Miami VI. Florida, and file the
original answer in the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be-
fore the 21 at day of September. 1959,
or the allegations will be taken aa
confessed against you.
DATED at Miami, Dade County.
Florida, this 18th day of August, 1959.
E. B LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
(aeal) By: K. M LYMAN,
Deputy Clerk
? II -28. 9/4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N.OTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fi.titioiis name ot
MOTEL BALES CO. at 882 N.E. 79th
St., Miami intends to register aald
name with the Clerk of tne Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
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8/21-28.9/4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious names of
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K.RS OF ll/>RIDA. INC.. at 211 N W
r.th Street. Miami. Florida intends to
register said names with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Klorl.l:.
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Sole Owner
MARVIN I WIENER
Attorney for Applicant
Mil Alnaley Bldg.
9/4-11-18-2".
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 59C 7428
BETTY BCRDETTE DEBS,
Plaintiff.
CARL L. DEES.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: A.D./2 Carl L. I
N.A. R.T.I'.
c/o Aircraft Maintenance
Naval Air Station
Memphis. Tennessee
You are hereb) notified that a Bill
Of Complaint for Divorce haa been
filed against you. and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Answer
or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint
on the plaintiff's Attorney SIDNEY
M. ARONOVITZ. 1001 Alnaley Build-
ing. Miami 32. Florida, and file the
original Anawer 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 ao. Judgment
by default will be taken agalnat you
for the relief demanded In the Bill
of Complaint.
Thia notice ahall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeka
In THE JEWLMH FLuRIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, thla Sth day of Auguat, A.D
1959.
E B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
(seal) By: K. M. LYMAN.
Deputy Clerk
8/7-14-XI-19
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANO
FOR OAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY. No. S9C 7101
PAULINE VADEN COATBfl,
Plaintiff,
vs.
WILLIAM CLARENCE C. lATHS.
1 icfendant.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
TO: WILLIAM CLARENCE COATEB
;iadvs. Virginia
YOC ARE HERE BY NOTIFIED that
a Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you. anil >ou are hereby
requl i copy of your an-
-u.-r to Ho Complaint for Divorce oa
Plaintiff's attorneys and file the orig-
inal Answer In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
21st day of September, 1959; other-
wise, the alleeatio!i> of said Complaint
for Divorce "ill be taken aa confessed
against you.
Dated thla 17th day of August. 19..9.
E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
(seal) Itv : R H. RICE. JR..
Deputy Clerk
TALIANOFF WALLER
Attorneys for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida ^^
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 4S2S4
IN RE: Estate of
JACOB MILLER
Deceu sed
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hereof, or the same will be barred.
ANNA MILLER
LILLIAN MILLER
Executrixes
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1014 Sevbold Building
Miami. Hortrl. s/;, .. 9/4.lt
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN FROBATE
No. 44808
IN RE: Estate of
ISRAEL ROSEN
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INI 11.
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hereof, or the same will be barred.
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Executor
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Miami. Florida
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Holland Calls Morse Proviso 'Club'
Florida Sen. Spessard Holland
declared this week that he does
not feel the adoption of the
Morse Amendment "is the proper
way to approach the problem"
of discrimination against Ameri-
can citizens of Jewish faith.
The Morse Amendment to the
Mutual Security Bill would cut
off U.S. foreign aid to nations
abroad engaging in such discrim-
inatory practices. Specifically, It
is aimed at Saudi-Arabia, which
denies permission to American
GI's of Jewish faith to serve at
the U.S. Air Base at Dhahran.
Sen. Holland charged that "it
would bo not only inappropriate
but to the detriment of our na-
tional security to use an eco-
nomic assistance bill in an en-
deavor to solve the moral prob-
lem* of the world."
Sen. Hollands views were ex-
pressed in a letter to the South
Florida Council of the American
Jewish Congress. Rabbi Yaakov
Rosenberg, president, previously
had urged the Florida Senator to
reconsider his position on the
Morse Amendment "inasmuch as
no other method has been sug-
gested.*'
In reaffirming his refusal to
support the Morse Amendment.
Sen. Holland declared: '1 think
those of us who live in the South
understand and appreciate the
fact that certain issues are best
left to education and persuasion
and that efforts to accomplish re-
sults by holding a club over the
heads of those concerned is
neither effective nor appropri-
ate.--
Continued Sen. Holland: 'I
was glad to support S. Res. 323.
84th Congress (the Herbert H.
Lehman Resolution, which ex-
presses U. S. indignation at the
effort on the part of a foreign
government to distinguish in its
treatment of American citizens on
the basis of religionEd.) .
and I would gladly support such
a Resolution again. I am also
sure that almost all of those 47
Senators who voted against the
Morse Amendment would also
support such a Resolution.
"That it the appropriate lei-
lative vehicle for the expression
of the sense of one House of Con-
gress, with a Concurrent Resolu-
tion being the proper method for
expressing the sense of the Con-
gress."
Sen. Holland criticized
the Morse Amendment by calling
its basic assumption erroneous
namely, that the purpose of our
air bases in Saudi Arabia is
for the benefit of the Saudi Arab
ians. Actually, we have air bases
there in our own interests, not
in the interest of the Saudi Arab-
ians.
As a matter of fact.' said
Sen. Holland, "the only basis up-
on which the Congress can justi-
fy expenditures of billions and
billions of dollars for foreign aid
while taxing our own people al-
most to the breaking point is that
the chief purpose of our foreign
aid program is the protection of
the security of our own coun-
try."
Rebekah Lodge Opens Season
Sunshine Rebekah Lodge 9 held
its first regular meeting of the
season Tuesday evening at Work-
men's Circle. 25 Washington ave.
Dr. F. Peyton Rous, of he Rockefeller Institute for Medical M
search, who will head a delegation ol nine scientists tromtJ
United States to the International Cancer Symposium at C^
Weizmann Institute, is seen with Dr. Mathilde Krim. $
scientist at the Department of Experimental Biology at M
Weizmann Institute of Science, in prirate life wife of AiHj
B. Krim, president of United Artists. ____
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While the position of South African
Jews was generally satisfactory.
Dr. F. Peyton Rous, of the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Re-
er Miami Israel Bond committee, on a recent visit to Israel, is
Seen chatting with Pinchas Sapir, Israel's Minister ol Com-
merce and Industry. At right is Mrs. Toppel.
S. Africans Feel Comfy
the Jewish community here was
warned this week to remain on the
alert to "any developments which
might potentially contain the
seeds of discrimination." This was
the essence of a report reviewing
the status of the South African
Jewish community presented by
Gustav Saron. secretary general
of the Board of Deputies of South
African Jews, at the Transvaal
regional conference.
Mr. Saron said that South Afri-
can Jews had "good cause for sat
isfaction. especially when the po-
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he declared.
"There were no Jewish issues in
politics," Mr. Saron stated, "and
the goodwill shown toward Israel
has been reflected in attitudes to
South African Jewry."
"While this was welcome the
Jewish community must remain
on the alert to any developments
which might potentially contain
the seeds of discrimination," the
speaker added.
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oman s
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Two sons and five grandchildren in Colum-
bus, O., and one son and two grandchildren in
Norwalk, Conn. ... That's where Minnie Solomon
spent her summer vacation While the Amer-
ican Bar Assn. convention was in town, Minnie
took a bus out to headquarters, and asked if she
could attend "Are you a lawyer?" she was
. "No," truthfully replied the grandmother, "but I'd like
Ito learn'' Forthwith, Minnie was presented with a badge and
Icre-dcr-'ials to attend the convention sessions .
When all the children are together, and the two oldest are
kome )iom camp, it's time to celebrate And celebrate they
Idid-Pi'pa and Mama Bernard W. (Regina) Firestone and all the
little Firestone*Glen, Sue Ellen, Roy and Joyce Dinner at
jumoi- was the order of the day Bud and Annette Mayer were
ere with their twoa boy for, him and a girl for her Also
otteri: the Howard Groves, just back from New York, with Mr.
Mis. Irving Blasberg.
mi
Off to Newcomb College on the Tulane campus Is Mary Ann
taufman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Murray H. Kaufman, 3021 N.
fendian ave.....Mary Ann, who graduated from Miami Beach
ligh last June, will major in music Leaving with her is Ruth
Spire:. daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Jess Spirer, of Coral Gables .
Jack and Berte Toppell back in their Bay Heights home after
tight fabulous weeks of vacationing First, they drove to Hen-
Bersonville, N.C., to spend a few days with the children at camp
Then off to New York and embarkation on the Queen Mary
Europe and Israel. The continental part of the tour included
rurk>. Italy, Monaco, Switzerland, France and England Since
Iheir car was conveniently atored in New York, Jack and Berte
leisurely drive back on their teturn, first stopping off at
iender.-onville to pick up the children ... A slow drive through
North Carolina followed for the quintet before they set their sights
t>n Miami.
... JM<
Mr. and Mrs. Leo (Yetta) Gelvan have welcomed home daugh-
Ella, who arrived last Sunday from Israel where, with B'nai
J'nth Youth leaders, she attended a Summer Institute in Jeru-
jlem Yetta and Ella have, since gone to Massachusetts for an
nter\.ew at Wellesley, where Ella hopes to continue her studies
j. At present, she is a senior at the Graham-Eckes Prep School
Palm Beach .
Harold and Betty Kravitz and their children. Shelly and Ricky,
lack irom a trip North, where they visited Harold's parents, Mr.
|nd Mrs Frank Kravitz, of Atlantic City, N.J. Friends are
Dngratulating Sam Steen, Hialeah attorney, who was elected Na-
Judge Advocate for Amvets at the organization's national
imvention last week in Grand Rapids, Mich. .
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard W. (Fred!) Sandel and children. Lorie
nd Rubin, of 19630 NE 19th ct.. No. Miami Beach, are entertain-
lg Bernard's parents, the Jack Sandels, of Cleveland, O.. and bro-
iler. Leo. who is m the U.S. Diplomatic Corps and presently on
. The visiting Sandels are vacationing at the Balmoral
otel Fredi is president of the Adath Yeshurun Sisterhood,
frith Bernard on the board of directors.
Ml Ml
Does this sound restful? Natalie Frurnkes said she and
isband Melvyn went to Naples for a few days of relaxation .
he baby and dog went with them .
Like mother, like daughter -Mrs. Bernard (Sylvia) Fire-
frone went back to law.school after she was married, and became
attorney Daughter Esther, married to Martin Brown in
line, is busy setting up housekeeping in Coral Gables and getting
kereything set so that when the University of Miami opens for
111 sessions, she can continue here college career Sorrynot
fr this time .
Spotted at the United Fund's football game: Judge and Mrs.
larold Spaet, Councilman Kenneth Oka, Bob Schwartz, and their
kspective offspring Dr. Stanley Coltune and -the Louis Glas-
prs al.-o seemed to be enjoying the raindrops and heat of the game.
' Ml Ml
The Gen Fishers. 4750 SW 82nd ct., back after a California,
exa.s and New Mexico jaunt Genehe's the F and F oenstruc-
nn execstudied several large home developments in the South-
ed .. Talented artist wife Ethel was busy sketching new themes
\t her paintings .
Of all thingsScrabble at the Aristocrat motel Mr. and
lr- Sidney Lewis and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Rifkin intent on their
ime. while the Aaron Farra and Alfred Gerds related the jokes
ey heard the night before in the nightclub ... Mr. and Mrs. Lou
were there with their children and grandchildren ... No time
frr Scrabble or jokes.
MC MC Ml Ml
Birthdaze: Aaron and Marcella Kanner ecstatic with the ar-
|\al of their granddaughter, Jacqueline Anne, Sept. 3 Proud
arents are Richard and Chris Kanner, of Clearwater .
And: Tamrai Jo, born Aug. 25 at Mt. Sinai Hospital to Mr. and
frs Jerry Leader, 1341 15th st., Miami Beach Grandparents
fre Mr. and Mrs. George Furman, 7730 Dickens ave., and Mr. and
frs. Lou Leader, 19530 NW 8th ave____Jerry is the CPA here .
Then Joan attended Beach High, she was active in Young Judaea
ad Temple groups.
Ml Ml MC Ml
Mrs. Ethel Shochet and Mrs. Sally Gardner back from an ex-
[nded tour of Europe and Israelend off to the Arlington hotel
Hot Springs, Ark. ... The Dr. Joseph (Madeline) Ketzkys
imped into the Henry (Inez) Kaufmans in Mexico Then the
[aufmans went on to California to meet Mr. and Mn. Harry
nth Marilyn is Inez" daughterand help them celebrate their
nniversary .
Harriet Salinger and sister Mildred Ives touring Europe and
oohooed to Rita Greenwood in Stressa ... Mr. and Mrs. Al Fuchs
ready have met the Sidney Blums twice, once in Paris and once
Vienna They expect to be together in Paris before the
frunt home .
Carol Bruce came beck to the kitchen of Candlelight Inn on
e last night of the "Pal Joey" run at the Coconut Grove Theatre
f say goodbye to restaurateur Henry Leiison, who had been host-
's Carole and the cast during their two-week run here Also
jotted at Candlelight Inn: Eve TeUegen and party-TVnotables
uck Zink and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cummins .
Roz Mark, talented decorator, named by Irving Blasberg to
>ndls the interiors of the new Riverside Normandy Isle Chapel.
1
^Jewish Floridian
Miami, Florida, Friday, September 11, 1959
Section B
Mrs. Max Weitz (left), chairman of the Women's Division of
Slate of Israel Bonds, learns that she is to be honored at a
luncheon Wednesday, Oct. 7, for ten years of devotion to
Israel. Congratulating her are (center), Mrs. Betty Feuer and
(right) Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro, officers of Women's Division.
Women Seek
Library Support
Formal opening of the new
Goldfarb Library bldg. on Bran-
deis University Campus at Wal-
tham, Mass., is announced by Mrs.
Albert Jacobs, president of the
Brandeis University National Wo-
men's Committee, Greater Miami
chapter. A dedication ceremony
will be held on Oct. 25, and a spe-
cial convocation will be attended
by representatives of colleges, uni-
versities and learned societies.
Mrs. Joseph Duntov, of 2008
Alton rd., vice president of book
funds tor the Greater Miami chap-
ter, is planning a book fund bonus
tea to commemorate the event.
All those who have contributed
one or more books to the library
will be invited.
Mrs. Duntov Wednesday urged
all members "to remember their
friends and dear ones for the com-
ing High Holy Day season by send-
ing contributions in their honor."
The Women's Committee has set
a goal of 700,000 volumes, scholarly
periodicals, musical recordings
and tapes, slides, microfilms and
bibliographic treasures.
Assisting Mrs. Duntov in the
book hunt are Mrs. Harry B. Ri-
mer, Mrs. Ralph Spero, and Mr;.
Donald Rubin.
Women to Fete
Mrs. Weitz Here
Mrs. Jack Katzman, chairman of
the Sponsors of Israel of the Wom-
en's Division for Israel Bonds, this
week announced that plans are un-
derway to honor Mrs. Max Weitz,
chairman of the Women's Division,
for her ten years of service to Is-
rael.
Mrs. Weitz will be feted at
luncheon Wednesday, Oct. 7, in the
Mona Lisa room of the Eden Roc
hotel.
Initial plans for the luncheon
were to be made at a meeting of
the luncheon committee which was
to be part of a television broadcast
over station WPST, ch. 10, Thurs-
day morning.
The committee was to meet at
10 a.m. in the studios of ch. 10,
with the scheduled broadcast of
the Molly Turner show from 10:30
to 11 as part of the meeting. Miss
Turner's broadcast was to include
an interview with Moshe Leshem,
new Consul of Israel in the South-
eastern region of the United States,
and Mrs. Paul I'ollak. chairman of
the French-Israel Festival of
Freindship.
Active with Israel Bonds since
its inception, Mrs. Weitz has been
in Israel several times. She ts also
a leader in many other community
organizations, including Hadassah,
the Jewish Federation, Cancer In-
stitute, and Temple Beth Sholom.
MIS. lostm OUMTOV
Local Delegation
Off to Confab
The largest delegation from this
ares will attend the national con-
vention of Pioneer Women at its
biennial session in Cleveland, O.,
from Sunday through Wednesday.
Representing Greater Miami
Council of Pioneer Women will be
Mrs. Milton Green, president, and
Mrs. Leo Goldman, chairman of
organization. Both Council dele-
gates will actively participate in
the program, Mrs. Green present-
ing a paper, "Accent on Youth,"
and Mrs. Goldman on "Current
Events and American Affairs,"
during the session on Program and
Education.
Other local delegates are Mrs.
Fannie Levine. Bebe Idelson Club;
Mrs. Oscar Zeltzer, Golda Meir
Club; Mrs. Abraham Chedroff and
Mrs. Sarah Singer, Club 2; Mrs.
Bernard Kantor. Kadiraah Club;
and Mrs. Ruth Uliss Wagner, Tik-
vah Club.
Main speakers will be Mrs. Gol-
da Meir. Foreign Minister of Is-
rael. Rep. James G. Fulton, of
Ohio.
Pioneer Women is the interna-
tional sister organization of Moet-
zet Hapoalot in Israel, Working
Women's Council of Histadrut.
Sisterhood
Launches Season
Beth David Sisterhood will open
the season at a membership meet-
ing at 11:30 a.m., Wednesday, in
Beth David Auditorium.
Program will feature "Sister-
hood Follies," directed by Mrs.
Meyer Ferer. The cast includes
the Mesdames Morris Kleiman,
Robert Goldberg, Chas. Adelman,
Ralph Grossman. David Alter-
man, Murray Turetskyr Walter
Falk, Morton Beigle, David Rubin,
Edward Ginsberg, Alfred Long,
Harold Abbott, and Herman Berk,
accompanied by Mrs. Saul Von
Zampt.
Miss Carolyn Weinkle is chore-
ographer. Mrs. Max Jacobson is
membership chairman. Mrs. Hy-
man Boren is decorations chair-
man, Mrs. Harry Stone is refresh-
ments chairman.
Harvest Moon Ball Slalod
Beth Emeth Sisterhood will held
a Harvest Moon Ball on Saturday
evening, Sept. 19, at the auditori-
um. 12250 NW 2nd ave. This will
inaugurate the organization's so-
cial season.
Mrs. Wolfie Cohen (left), newly-appointed chairman of life
memberships of Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom. will be
hostess at a brunch in honor of Sisterhood life members Fri-
day, 11 a.m., in the Sisterhood lounge of the Temple. The
brunch will precede an open board meeting. Mrs. Howard
H. Miller (right) is president of Sisterhood.


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"Sneak Prevue' to Feature Installation
Of Women's Division Officers Here
CTKt UMU
Aqudath Women
Elect Officers
Afnidath Israel Hebrew Institute
S: elected Mrs Esther Lennan presi-
dent.
Other officers elected were the
Mesdames Louis Schenker. honor-
a-N lite ^resident: Isidore Covm.
Gertrude Kleinberg. Herman
Weintraub. and Cecelia Wortman.
vice presidents: Samuel Feldman.
treasurer Morris Ratner. record-
Alexander Har-
eeed, corresponding secretary:
dman. social secretary:
k Fine, program Isaac Ever.
icity
Board of directors are Mesdames
Morris Babok. Jacob Berster. Fre
da Buxbaum. H>man Cesar. Wil-
ham Cohen. Fannie Gluck. Fannie
Goldberg. Harry- Goldman. Sam
Hersttowitz. Herman Krauss. Bes-
sie Levine. Fannie Mirchin. Sam-
-,german. and FVances ITlian
TETLEY TEA
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A TRADITION
IN JEWISH
HOMES
SINCE 1S37
Yev dm Yaw To*
cka MtB ~t***t
for Mam Kreagth tad
An elaborate program which will
, includes viumie champagne
' Toast of Friendship." greetings
!<\ the Consuls ol France and Is-
rael. M address by Hit MOMa P
Bpstem and a "sneak" film prevue
of ike "Highlights of the French
brad Festival of Fashions" wV.I
feature the annual installation of
Officers of the WomenN Division
.ite of I>rael Bonds on Wed-
nesday. Sept. 23. in the Silver
C himes room of the Carillon hotel,
it was announced by Mrs Sam F.
Danels. chairman of the day.
Installing officer will be Mrs
Louis Glasser. only woman mem-
ber from the South on the national
board of governors of the Israel
Bond organiiation.
Preceding the installation lunch
eon will be a champagne toast at
11 a.m.. led by the Hon. Jacques
E. Turner. Consul of France, and
the Hon. Moshe Leshem. Consul
of Israel.
The toast will be a tribute to the
French-Israel Festival of Friend-
ship which starts in Miami with
the installation luncheon, and con-
tinues to Oct. 22. when the French-
Israel Festival of Fashions will
take place at the Fontainebleau
hotel.
The film prevue to be shown at
the installation features the high-
lighjs of the French-Israel Festi-
val of Fashions, as premiered in
tr.e fans home of the Baron and
Baroness Edmond de Rothschild,
and is narrated by Marilyn Can-
tor, daughter of Eddie Car.
Officers of the kraal I
Women's Division to be installed
are Mesdames .Anna Brenner Me>
honorary chairman: Max
Wettx. general chairman: Bernard
Supworth. Miami chairman. Jack
-.ck. Miami Beach chairman:
Samuel T Sapiro. Miami Trustee
chairman: Samuel Ontt. Miami
Beach Trustee chairman: Cart Ra-
fey. Miami builder's chairman.
Mesdames Betty Feuer. Miami
Beach Builder's chairman: Jack
K all man. Sponsor's chairman.
Paul Pollak. chairman of special
events; Trudy Hamerschlag. Chen
chairman. Mrs. Sam F. Danels.
communications chairman: Ber-
nard Kaplan, publicity chairman:
and David Sernaker. organization
chairman.
Area chairmen are Mr'itat
Marshall GiBer. South Miami:
Meyer A. Bastua. Coral Gables.
Charles Gottlieb, Bay Heights:
Abram Fox. Beth David area: Leo
Gel van. Hialeah: Tobias
Keystone Island: Inmg
Train Isle 3 and 4. and Mmis
Press. South Shore
Aivisory committee m
are Mesdames Sam Blai
E Goldman. Jeacue Grossrager.
Friday, September n, l95g
Planning Temple Ner Tamid school acUvit.es to, handle. uv
creasedenroUment are Rabb. Euqene Labovitz and Mrs. Louis
Gold. Progrcnn includes Hebrew. Sunday and nursery schooto.
and vouna teen-aae senior teen-age and adult aro'-ng.
Beth Israel Auxiliary to Meet
A unique French Israel fashion names of the French fashion
shorn on, film will highlight the world.
program of the seasons opening Mrs. George Hechter. presided
meeting of the Beth Israel Con- announced an innovation for aU
gregation Sisterhood Tuesday at membership meetings. Each gatft-
12 30 p m in the social hall of the enng will also serve to act as a
synagogue party for members who are cele-
... brating their birthday*
According to Mrs^ Alexander ^^ R ^^ RottmaIU spirlt.
Moscov.ts program chaaiL the of congregatlon. wlU
film will feature original* b> >uch ^ ( ^ on ^ lmpending Hlgh
world famous designers as Balen- Holidays Mrs Hechter will also
ciaga. Lanvm-Castilla. Chanel, introduce officers and new roster
Jacques Heim and other noted of committee chairmen.
rV.se Hoiasu* Ope* Sets*
First meeting of the year of m
Stephen S Wise Group 0f hL
Mb Will be held at the DeS
hotel on Monday at 12 30 p m p"
grarr, will feature "highlight,^
Israel* -and- Htw-K.f*j,-7 *
Mr* Ruth Kaplan as wmTnemZT
Abo to be shown is the new
It's Good to be Alive." Ofi-Cer of
the day will be Mrs. Harry Kopel
J&idca Women
To Open Season
rhood of Temple Judea will
present an evening of entertain-
ment for its first meeting of thi
season Wednesday, 8 p.m.. at tin
Temple.
There will be a sneak prevue of
Parish fashions originally show,
in the home of Baron and Barootn
Edmond S. Rothschild in Paris.
TTe unique show is featured in the
French-Israel Festival of Friend-
ship. Commentator is Marilyn Cas-
tor.
The film win feature most of
the noted names in the Frenca
fashion world, including Balenci-
hea, Lanvin-Castillo. Pierre Car-
dm. Chanel and Jacques Heinej.
Following the fashion show, i
musical skit will be presented by '
the Sisterhood dramatic groap,
featuring tunes from "Gigi" Par-
ticipating in the skit will be Mn.
Milton Kati. Mrs. Reuben Heit,
Mrs. Henry Hamersmith. Mr. aad
Mrs. Al Lewis, and Mrs. Miam
Cohen William Rohm is pianist
"Mrs. Jack Somberg is prograa
chairman.
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"How to discover and train new 4eaders" is the aim of this trio
of consultants who will be teaching at the "Tuesday Series,"
weekly leadership sessions sponsored by the Federation of
Jewish Women's Organizations. Shown checkinq the curric-
ulum are 'left to right) Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakrais. Mrs. Robert
Le-vin, and Mrs. Henry Wernick, who will conduct classes in
successful fund-raising, membership retention, and program-
ming. Mrs. Bernard Stevens, director of the course, will speak
on leadership. Meetings are being held each Tuesday in
September, from 9 a.m. to noon, in the community room of the
Miami Beach Federal Bank, 407 Lincoln rd.
Academy PTA
Will Install
Installation ceremonies for the
febrew Academy PTA will be
leld Sept. 19, 8 p.m., at the Crown
lotel. Rabbi Alexander Gross,
\cademy principal, will be in
tailing officer.
Officers include Mesdames Jo-
lah Caplah,~pTesidom; Herbert
lerger, Charles Bogin, Robert
^itowitz and Leonard Rosen, vice;
residents;
Mesdames Jerome Bienenfeld,;
ecording secretary; Charles Nad-
er, social secretary; Gerald
^reenberg, Bea Martin and Abra-;
lam Seif, corresponding secre-1
aries.
Mesdames Fred Zisquit, treas-i
rrer; Ar{hur Bergman, Henry
Penchansky and Eugene Weiss,;
liaison; Leo Reinhard. represen-'
cative to national; and Aaron'
Lauer, chaplain.
Sinai Women
List Card Party
Sisterhood of Temple Sinai will
hold a card party for members and
friends in the Temple Auditorium,
12100 NE 15th ave., No. Miami, on
Saturday evening, Sept. 19.
Mrs. Morris Cohen and Mrs.
Sam Bloom, co-chairmen, an-
nounce there will be many prizes,
and refreshments will be served.
Proceeds will be used for kitchen
equipment in the recently-dedi-
cated Temple building.
[Fashion Festival Planning Session
l : planning meeting for the
11 Israel Festival of Fashions
I;' Fontainebleau hotel in Octo-
Ibcr will be held Friday morning.1
10 a m., in the home of Mrs. Irving,
JMiUir. 2305 Lake ave., it was an-
Inoiinced by Mrs. Paul Pollak,
[chairman of tne French-Israel
|l ival. i
M- Pollak pointed out that
|'lh( Fashion Festival has already
[attracted international attention
land acclaim with full page cover-,
[age in Vogue magazine and coast-
to-coast newsreel publicity in mo-
vie theaters and on television."
Paris' top designers and mem-
bers of the diplomatic corps at-
tended the premiere showing held
in the Paris home of Baron and
Baroness Edmond de Rothschild.
Mrs. Pollak said, "the exhibit
immediately created a sensation
in-the fashion world which has sel-
dom witnessed such close collabo-
ration between France's famous
fashion designers and the fashion
industry of another country."
Woman Executive
To be Speaker
NEW YORKCaroline K. Simon,
secretary of state for the State of
New York, will be main speaker
at the annual convention of the
Yeshiva University Women's Or- [
ganization at the Hotel Breakers,
Aalantic City, N. J., from Sunday,
Sept. 20 through Wednesday, Sept.
23.
Mrs. Simon will discuss "The
Citizen's Role in Higher Educa-J
tion."
The four-day conclave, which'
will be attended by some 250 worn-1
en from all sections of the country, j
also will feature the election of the i
1959-60 officers, panel discussions,
workshops, musical programs, stu-|
dent speakers, and other keynote
addresses.
Mrs. Simon Weber, New York
City, national vice president and I
cultural chairman of the YUWO,
is serving as convention chairman.
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ORT Chapters
Plan Conference
Mrs. Harry nosentolatt, coordi-
nator of education of the South-
eastern Florida region of Women's
American ORT, is chairman of its
annual planning conference, which
will be held at the Deauville hotel
on Tuesday.
The all-day seminar will include
plenary sessions, bruncheon and
workshops. Keynote address will
be delivered by Mrs. Estelle Tisch-
ler. president of the region.
Other principal speakers will in-
clude Mrs. Irving Sussman, hon-
orary president, and Mrs. Max
Peaktcr, chairman of the board.
Participating in the conference
will be leaders of the five chapters
throughout the city.
Chairmen are Mesda^es Sheldon
Kay. Coral Gables: Moe Gardner,
Greater Miami; Samuel Pollack,
Miami Beach Afternoon; Herbert
Silverman, North Dade; Harold
Abern, South Miami.
For 80 years the recognized
world wide vocational training ag-
ency for the Jewish people, ORT
was conceived in the philosophy
that the highest degree of charity
was "helping man to help him-
ielf.-'
National BBW Picks
Executive Director
WASHINGTON Miss Miriam
Albert has been appointed execu-
tive director of B'nai B'rith Wom-
en, national president Mrs. Charles
D-Solo*Uch. of Detroit, Midi., an-
nounced Wednesday.
The young director steps to the
top post after seven years as
BBW's assistant executive direc-
tor. She now heads the 17-member
administrative staff at BBW na-
tional headquarters here, and di-
rects coast-to-coast activities of
the 135.000 member Jewish worn-'
en's service organization.
"Miss Albert's exceptional qual-
ifications include wide leadership
experience on both volunteer and
professional levels,"- said Mrs. Sol-
ovich, in announcing the unani-
mous decision of the BBW execu-
tive board.
A Chicago native, Miss Albert
studied psychology and office man-
agement at De Paul, Northwestern
and the University of Chicago. In
1940, she joined B'nai B'rith
Young Women and, rising steadily
in its volunteer ranks, became the
first BBYW national president
six years later.
Her election as national leader
of the youth organization occurred
when she was serving as adminis-
trative secretary to the first BBW
executive director, who retired
when the national office was trans-
ferred from Chicago to Washing-
ton. Miss Albert began her tenure
with the BBW national office at
the time of its inception in 1946.
She was promoted to assistant ex-
ecutive director in 1952.
BBW participates in and sup-
ports the programs of B'nai B'rith,
including the B'nai B'rith Youth
Organization and the Anti-Defa-
mation League, special national
projects, include the BBW Frank-
lin Delano Roosevelt Four Free-
doms Library in Washington, D. C,
and the BBW Children's Home.
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MISS MIRIAM 41BHT
Goodman Hadassah Meeting
I. R. Goodman group of Hadas-
sah met ednesday at the Barce-
lona hotel. Miss Flora Ginick,
membership chairman, discussed
Hadassah Membership Month.
Miss Lillian Goodman, program
chairman, gave a talk on the
High Holy Days. Mrs. Irving Bern-
stein presented highlights of her
recent trip to Israel and the Mid-
dle East.
Membership Tea Slated
Sunshine chapter of B'nai B'rith
I Women will hold its first meeting
of the fall season in the form of a
"member-bring-a-prospective mem-
ber tea" at the home of Mrs.
I Henry Perlman, 2349 NE 173rd St.,
1 No. Miami Beach, on Tuesday at
1 pm. In cbaree of res^Tatinns
is Mrs. Eva Porte, 1950 NE 188th
st. No. Miami Beach.
Beth David Groundbreaking
Groundbreaking for the new
auditorium at Beth David Congre-
gation will be held Sunday after-
noon, Sept. 20, Sidney Aronovitz,
congregation president, announced
this week.
| At Temple Israel
School Bells Ring
A new set of school bells will
ring next weekend, Sept. 19 and
20, for almost 1,000 students at
Temple Israel's religious school.
Classes ranging from kindergar-
! ten to the university level will get
I under way for the 35th year in a
! unique program which integrates
the family in the educational pro-
cess, parents, as well as children,
in elementary, junior high and
high school grades.
Te meet the fetching needs, a
staff of 32 professional teachers
under the supervision of Cantor
Jacob G. Bornstein, a Hebrew
Union College-Jewish Institute
of Religion education major, has
boon assembled. Included among
thorn aro several university pro-
fessors, specialists in art and
music, and Temple Israel's own
staff of rabbis. Dr. Joseph R.
Marot. Rabbi Elijah E. Palnick
and Rabbi Morris W. Graff.
Although the teachers are certif-
icated as public school pedagogues
in the State of Florida, they are
required to meet the rigid stand-
ards demanded of Jewish educa-
tors at Temple Israel, school offi-
cials declared. This year, as many,
have done in the past, "newer,
teachers will be required to take
| courses given by the Temple rab-
bis in order to earn credits re-
quired for increments and contin-
i uance on the teaching staff," they
said.
Classes at Temple Israel meet.
Fashion Editor in Talk
Regular meeting of the Emma
Lazarus group of Hadassah will be
held at the Washington Federal
Savings and Loan Assn., Norman-
dy dr., on Monday at 12:30 p.m.
Program will feature David Hen-
del and Edith Applebaum, Jew-
ish Floridian fashion editor, in
"Charm and Fashion."
funds for Cancer Research
Cprai chapter of the American
Medical Center at Denver will hold
a luncheon and fashion show at
the Everglades hotel on Wednes-
lay noon, Sept. 30. Funds are for
the Eleanor Roosevelt Institute
for Cancer Research at the Den-
ver hospital. Co-chairmen are
Me.sdames Jerry Baker. George
Rosen and Alan Benjamin.
Workshop Showcase Sunday
Ruth Foreman will open her
Studio M Playhouse Artists' Work-
shop Showcase on Sunday eve-
ning, 8 p.m., at Studio M, Bird rd.
in Coral Gables. The public Is in-
vited to this second in a series of
workshops.
on both Saturday and Sunday, and
optional Hebrew studies are con-
ducted during the week for both
boys and girls. There is no charg*
for school, which is open only to
Temple members. The weekend
adult courses will be on "Com par
ative Religions," "The Apocrypha
and the New Testament," and the
Social Outlook of the Bible."
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Friday. September 11
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Miss Rapchik
Now Mrs. Kaplan
of tkc 1 P-an. *"** ^
fan ob SMiu. Sc. C- aUbbi Irv-
ing Leinnaa oftieiated-
The bride is the daagMer of Mr
and Mrs David & Rapchik. MO
Crespi Mr*. Miami Beach. The
groom u the sea of the late Mr
and Mrs Sirl a^adam.
Matron of hoaor was Mrs. Jndy
Katay Bernard D. Kaplan was
best Baa for his brother. t shers
vcsaded Seymour Mufson. Martia
Rothman. Jerrv Eittay. Fred Rap-
chik. Ronald Becker. Lee Brody
aad Alan Brody.
hride chose a cocktail-length
silk orgaaza tow. and ear-
ned a boumnet of orchids and
s:ephanoro oa a prayer book.
She attended Lakewood. N. i_.
ffih School aad the University of
M't-rrr where she was a ntember
of Phi Sigma Sigma sorority.
The groom aneaded the Univer-
sity of Miami aad New York Uni-
verstty. where he btlaugrri to Al-
pha Epsilon Pi fraternity. He is a
parehasmg agent for a textile
Reception followed the ceremony
at the Embers restaurant. After
a huuejuiuou m Paerto Rico. Haiti
aad Jamaica, the eoupse will be at
aouae at 2104 NX WTth at, RM
Miami Beach.
Jamaica Trip
For Shechters
Recaa Ginger Beraw aad Ben-
jamin Leonard Sheehter win trre
at Jefferson ave.
Beach, after -their
Jamaica.
Barons Will
Live in Gables
Dr and Mr*. S Charles Wer
blow. 720 E DiLido dr.. Miami
Beach, norr the mamage of
tneir daaghter. Lgnne Tracy to
Martin William Baron, son of Mr.
Amort Banm. of So Miami, and
the late Mrs Baron.
The couple exchanged wedding
wows m ceremonies Satur-
day Sept. 5. at the Seville hoteL
MW of baanr was Miss Jan Cap-
IaauL Leakta Cohen. Carat Kupper
Un.ia Zalkin. and Mrs. Milton
Schermer were bridesmaids.
Best man was Robert Baron.
rbmii i nciuded Michael Schwer-
s*r Edward Scmfftnan. Stanley
-rater Richard Werhtow. aad
Mas mgm.
-^ a-w* i M:aan Brack
^-(niane. and eat receive a
air n vmactm iw Ae I'n-
aaaBj af Mann a rwrnary She
mil f Sapaa Deta^Taa,
^^iermxT1-*. Aajim
w/rw*r-IUhn
W*r-icuai
at Carai GaMes.
Wmf-lal-
The coapie exchanged .
wedekag tows at the Algiers hotel
Thursday. Sept. 1 Rabbi Mayer
Afetaaa -J mmraated
The mmM
aad Mrs. Henry
ter The groom is the
Esther Sheehter.
ave and the late Philip Shu Met,
Matron af haaor far her sister
was Mrs. Araotd M. Strauss Mjs
Rath Platt aad Miss Sherry Scope
were bndesaaaads.
Edward Maxwell was best mam.
Ushers mciaded Samuel Fanaaa
and Martia Rose.
Given in marriage by her
Harry Rirhmia of Chacago. al.
the bride wore a tradiPoail bridal
gowa of white satm aad chaatiUy
lace featuring a chapel length
tram She earned a banquet af
white orchids oa her coafinaatjan
Bible.
Newrvwed its. Sheehter attend-
ed the Uarversary of Alabama aad
the University of Florida, where
she was a member of Alpha Ep-
sikm Phi soronty.
Turner, Hfcier
Exchange Vows
Jacajnemae Laara Hiner became
CanMea S. Tamer in 2 p m
arias* Sunday Sept 6. at Temple
Beth Am. Rabbi Herbert Baum
gard affxiated.
TV besde ;- the dauehter of Mr.
and Mrs. Saaford K. Bron*tein.
775a" SW Hck* af The groom's par-
ents are Mr and Mr- Samuel
.Tamer. 33K SW 22nd ter.
Masd of honor was Miss Susan
Freedman Mrs Gail Jaffe was
bridesmaid and Mam Katby Con-
derm ann was junior bruWmaid.
Best man was Morton SharelL
Sander Knopmaa was usher.
Following a motor trip through
the Western states, the couple will
be at home at 30 Stdonia. Coral
Gabies.
Wedding BeHs For
Wedding bells rang Sunday.
Sept & for Barbara Ana Green-
wald and Stanford Philip Miller,
w-no were married in the Saxony
hoteL
Mrs. Miller is the daughter of
Mrs Jerome GreenwaJd. 8221 Cres-
pi bivd Miami Beach, and the late
Mr GreenwaW. She was given in
mamage by her oldest brother,
Morton.
Greenwalds
Freimans Say
Vows on Beach
Joseph A Freimaa psychologist
aad genatnc expert was married
to Rose Oseasohn at the Mont-
martre hotel on Friday. Aug. 28.
Rabbi Morris A Shop officiated
Guests were Mr. and Mrs Irvin?
Freiman and daughter Mernty.
son. daughter-in-law and grand-
daughter of the groom. Dr. Rich-
ard O. Bicks. of Memphis, son of
the bode, and Miss J. Oseasohn.
The coapie. after a short honey-
moon, will make their home in
M,amt Beach.
Both bride and groom graduated
from Miami Beach High School
aad attended the university of
Miami. Mr. Miller, son of Mr>.
Leonard Miller. 800 83rd st. Miami
Beach, and the late Mr. Miller, al-
so studied at the University of
Mary land.
After a wedding trip to Jamaica.
the couple will live at MO Biarritz
dr.. Miami Beach.

Mandel (-Swimmer
Wedding vows were exchangel
Sunday evening. Sept. by Eve-
lyn Swimmer and Saul Mandell in
Beth El Congregation.
Tbey are honeymooning in Ha-
and will live in Miami when
th* -
Mrs. Mandell. daaghter of lav
aad Mrs. William Swimmer, ran
SW 7th St.. attended the Ml Sad]
School of Nursing.
Her husband received i derm]
in civil engineering fro- Indian]
Technical College. He is toe
Mr. and Mrs. Max J Manse!/
Meridan are., Miami Beach.

Glass-Kaxiaw
Wedding vows and nogs at
exchanged by Manryn De ~
and William Harold I
dav evening, Sept. 1. in tha
ville hoteL
They are asawyrnccr..
Juan and St Thomas and will!
in Decatar, Gau when they
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. SoJl
moar U. Katie*. 2140 Bay dr,
ami Beach, Mrs. Glass grid
from Miami Beach High aad *f
tended the University of Miaawj
Mr. Glass is the son of Mn.
man A. Glass. Raleigh. N C,:
the late Mr. Glass. He
the Uaieiaa\y of Nor.h
and North Carolina State.
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f o Bktt
Woman s Branch of Yessava I'm
verssty will meet Tuesday. 1 p.a.
at the Miami Beach Federal Bank
Program wsfl acsade ekc-
cf
DIET FACTS:
Beauty Salons in
School Proqram
A 'back to scknoi program is
cow being featured at Ruth Re
gaa Beauty Salons. MB Collins
and Mas Harding ave
Rath Regma has had many year*
ot beauty expenescc in the I
er Miami are. i makeup
artist for national tele vision net-
work shews.
The back to school" program
emphasizes glamorizing pre-teens
aad teen ager* oa the occasion -f
the new school year
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ridoy. September 11. 1959
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harmingiy
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aunt
Florida depicting the points of
interest and industry. It was
made under the direction of Mrs.
Virginia Jordan, of Kensington
Park Elementary School. Many
of the teachers spent most of the
summer planning and making
the various exhibits. Dr. Joe
_Hj.ll, superintendent, of public in-
struction for bade county*,* com
'Help Me Find Teen Viewpoint,'
Beach Girl Writes to Editor
Editor, The Jewish Florietien:
" 7 a"m~ an ITJT% year-old girl, r
mented on the excellent presen- cently out of high school, and look- jore j g0
1 know I will meet others, but it
woujrj be./^assuring to_Jtfar about
' "Israel from those my own age be-
IAYFRONT Park Auditorium
was the scene Wednesday,
ept. 2, of a tea attended by
ver 2.500 elementary school
teachers sponsored by the Assn.
L Childhood Education, and was
Even as a welcome for the new
rimary school teachers of Dade
ounty.
Mrs. Beatrice Stepkin was
airman of the tea, which fea-
j a "Festival Around Flor-
theme, and included a wel-
ome to Alaska and Hawaii. Mrs.
jtepkin selected a black cbon-
lace dress wHh a triple-
ered skirt. Black peau de soie
inds separated the tiers. Her
nail hat was of turquoise
fathers, and she wore a large
pie orchid.
I Program chairman was Mrs.
Jary Roath. The welcome ad-
ess was given by Miss Marga-
Nash, president of the Assn.
pr Childhood Education.
|Mrs. Eli King was casually
dressed in a blue and white
checked gingham shirtwaist. She
was recently included in "Who's
Who in America."
Director of elementary educa-
tion, Mrs. Malvina Liebman, se-
lected a sheath print of cocoa on
beige, with a matching colored
hat and accessories. In addition
to her many duties, which in-
clude lecturing to various teach-
ers' organizations and PTA
groups, she has also found time
to devote to numerous civic com-
mittees.
Miss Betty Gilkey, assistant to
the director of elementary edu-
cation, wore an iced mint green
cotton shirtwaist. Matching col-
ored lace appliques cascaded
down the front and back of the
bodice.

AMONG the most prominent
displays was an eight-foot
high, three-dimensional map of
tation and beautiful table deco-
rations at the tea.
Principal of Coral Way Ele-
mentary School, Mrs. Lorraine
Byrnes, was smartly dressed in
a silk and cotton sheath. Her
print was in muted gold and
white, with a modified sweet-
heart neckline and a slight sug-1
gestion of cap sleeves. She also I
wore a small white cap style hat
of lace and veiling. Mrs. Stepkin
has been teaching with Mrs.
Byrnes since 1932.
A former Miami Senior High
faculty member and now direc-
tor of the newly-created office of
career increments, is Mrs. Faye
Simon. For this tea she chose a
pink woven cotton modified shirt-
waist with the back yolk of in-
serted pink organza. Leaf ap-
pliques of the dress fabric were
on the organza, and her hat and
accessories were in white.
Miss Roberta Stepkin sang two
selections, and was accompanied
by her vocal voacb, Mr. Hal Ed-
wards. Miss Stepkin selected a
sheer white silk organza over a
white silk taffeta printed with
red roses. The red was repeated
in a contour satin belt, and shoes
dyed to match.
I will be leaving Miami Beach
Sept. 24.
MERRY SCHIFF
Miami Beach
ing forward to Oct. 8, when I will
leave for Israel from New York
City.
I am giving up college for this
trip because I feel it is a chance
in a lifetime for any young per-
son. I will remain there until
June, working in Tel Aviv for
the eight months, and then meet
an American student group in Eu-
rope and tour for six weeks.
I will return to the United
States sometime in August arMl
decide whether I went to return
to Israel to live, which I certain-
ly hope to do.
It is quite easy to find people
40 years and older who have been _
to the country to get their opin-1 llClftf idles LontIflUe
ions and judgments, but I'm hav- _
ing a difficult time finding young I *et sa es for "g Sft^Z
people 19 to 30, boys and girls who *f *"* *nt,nue *"
Congregation, according to Wil-
liam Weintraub, chairman of the
ticket committee. Tickets may be
purchased weekdays from 9 a.m.
to 5 p.m., and in the evening from
8 to 10 p.m. Fridays and Sundays,
the hours are 9 a.m. until noon.
'Gaucho' to be Shown
Douglas Fairbanks, Lupe Velez
and Mary Pickford will be starred
in "The Gaucho" which will be
shown in the Miami Public Li-
brary Auditorium on Sept. 17 at
8:30 p.m. Admission is, by free
tickets which will be given out at
the Main Library on Sept. 14.
have had the opportunity to go
and are home. I write you this
letter hoping that perhaps you
know of people whom I could con-
tact.
I am looking forward to this
trip with much enthusiasm. My
contacts in Israel so far are the
best yetofficials and diplomats
it the government. Through them
tuple to Live
Hollywood
Elaine Kay Dresnick and Mor-
Schultr were married at the
rillon hotel on Saturday eve-
Sept. 5.
Jhe bride is the daughter of Mr.
Mrs. Jack Dresnick, of Holly-
. She attended the University
I Miami and graduated from the
vis Institute of Medical Tech-
ogy.
he bridegroom is the son of Mr.
Mrs. Nathan Schultx, 5471 W.
ave., Hialeah.
liter a wedding trip to Mexico,
couple will live at 1600 Moffett
Holly-wood.
sterhood Slates
rthday Party
(isterhood of North Dade Jew-
I Center will conduct a birthday
Ity and dance Saturday night at
piel Social Hall.
filly Bellack and Trio, featur-
Terry, will provide live music.
Ihday gifts wil| be presented
all guests whose birthdays are
tbrated in September.
(isterhood will open its fall
eting schedule with a filmed
ivue of the French-Israel Fash-
Show.
pie meeting, open to all mem-
and friends, will be held at
tei Social Hall Monday eve-' B'rith
Gitlens Observe
37th Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gitlen, of
350 SW 29th rd., celebrated their
37th wedding anniversary Sept. 3.
They are the parents of three
daughters, Mrs. Frank (Lilliam
Morris, Mrs. William (Shirley)
Shacter, and__ Mrs. Jack (Ruth)
Kessler, all of""Miami, and also
have four grandchildren.
Sam and Sophie are charter
members of Temple Tifierth Israel.
They originally moved here from
Hartford, Conn.
Visual Tests for CfciWren *,
Visual screening tests for pre-
school and school-age children
were given Wednesday by the La-
dies' Auxiliary of the Murray
Solomon Post Jewish War Veter-
ans, and the Dade County Optome-
tric Assn. in a mobile eye unit at
Coral Way and SW 37th ave.
'Success' His Topic
Ike Cahail. area manager of the
Dale Carnegie School here, will
speak on "the three Keys to Suc-
cess" at a meeting of the Sister-
hood of Hialeah Reform Jewish
Congregation, 1150 W. 68th St.,
Monday at 8:30 p.m.
Temple Ner Tamid choir in practice session for High Holy
Days at the home of Mrs. George Jules. Seated are Charles
Lacombe and Mrs. Jack Donnerstag. Standing are Reuben
Idels, Mrs. Leonard Corns, Mrs. Emanuel Sponder, Norman
Danzis and Mrs. Jules.
BB Chapter Holds Summer Meet
Eleanor Roosevelt chapter of Bromley, 5300 SW 4th st., chapter
The first Now Tollis Design
In More Thoo A Generation!
Created by WOtOZM
. FOO THE
men
HOLIDAYS
ondlerthe
president.
Workshop participants included
Mrs. Lester Fredel, ways and
means; Mrs. Norton Goodfriend,
B'nai B'rith Women recently held
its first mid-summer convention at
the Algiers hotel.
The function marked the tenth
anniversary of the chapter, which membership; Mrs. Norman Arbet-
was founded by Mrs. Gerald Soltz,' man, programming; Mrs. Norman
6300 SW 33rd ct, Miami. Sand, retention and hospitality;
.. ii j Mrs. Deems Tayler and Mrs. *,r-
Mrs. Soltz was recently installed wjn Marshal, ciuzenship and civic
as president of District 5 B nai d pnilanthropies.
Women, comprising some
150 B'nai B'rith chapters in Florida,
-1 Maryland, Washington, Georgia,
onrf Annual Dinner Douce I01* a,,d Mh CaroliD" and Vir'
gima.
'lbu' i ,.?alkin ch"Pter of Convention coordinator was Mrs.
i Hnth Women will hold its _.;,.,,. ii sw iota rt
n<: annual dinner dance Sept. Jcrome Robinson- SW rdrt.,
Mrs. Soltz was kickoff speaker. |
Greetings were by Mrs. Chester,
Also participating were Mrs.
Samuel Schwartz and Mrs. Don
Block, publicity: Mrs. Norman
Reinhard and Mrs. Lou Flum,
B'nai B'rith affiliates.
txausivt
flATUItlS:
e BlesshifS ef the Tollis,
in gleaming white-eo-
whitt everell pattern, <
right into the luxuries fabric.
WHEN TAUIS IS WORN, BLES-
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UP ON LEFT t RIGHT HALVES
-beautiful te look ot-easy
to read!
e Cellar lavishly embroidered
in gleamina tomish-preel ioo-
tallic gold or silver thread,
e Tallit is striped in dee* iridescent hlee.
mSfSSmm Woloziil Tallis
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Junior Auxiliary to Meet
First regular meeting of the
Junior Auxiliary of the Jewish
Home for the Aged will be held
Tuesday at the Home. Mrs. Lillian
Cole, president, will introduce new
members. Mrs. Seymour Liebman
is program chairman.
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vjmistncrldton
Friday. September
gar JUU:
Lawrence Del-ton
Bar Mitzvah of Lawrence, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Philip DeLeon.
900 S. Stillwater dr.. will be held
Saturday morfifng, "Sept. 12; at
North Shore Jewish Center. Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz will officiate,
student in the
Reception in Barry's honor will
follow the ceremony at the ->n.i
gogpe.
offi-
Max Stewart
Dr. Irving Lehrman will
ciate at the Bar Mitzvah of Max
Bernard Steingart Saturday morn
PMUI*
HAKVtT
MAMCr
lAWtfNCl
sotr
JSZ5A1 ". ~ liZ7],rS* utter to m editor -
attends Nautilus Junior High. su.jngart. He attends eighth grade
at Miami Beach Junior High and
Temple Emanu-El religious school.
Barry Foster
Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute
will be the site of the Bar Mitzvah
of Barry Eliott Foster Saturday
morning. Sept. 12. Rabbbi Isaac
Ever will officiate.
' Barry, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Theodore Foster. 1155 N. Biscayne Abramowitz will officiate
Point rd.. is an eighth grade stu- Harvpy son of Mr and
Harvey Pneo
Harvey Pincus will become Bar -. .-.
Mitzvah during Saturday morning EDITOR, Tht Jewish FlorMian.
Rabbi Disputes Biblical Citation
services. Sept 12, of North Shore
Jewish Center. Rabbi Mayer
dent at Nautilus Junior High, and
attends Agudath Israel religious
school.
son ol air. ana Mrs.
Paul Pincus. 1365 South Biscayne
Point rd.. is a student in the relig-
ious school of the Center, and at-
tends Nautilus Junior High.
High, where he is in the eighth ..P..i" anrl
Bar Mitzvah
At Summer Camp
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wollman.
of 435 NW 45th ave., Miami, cele-
brated the Bar Mitzvah of their
son. Glen David, at their summer
camp for children, Camp Ocala,
Vmatilla. Fla.-
They
weekend of Aug. 28 through :
Services were performed at
amphitheatre around the lake by
Rabbi J. Susskind. of St. Peters-
burg.
Wollman is principal of DuPuis
Elementary' School. Hialeah.
Guests came from California,
New York. New Jersey. Delaware.
Miami and Lakeland. This was the
second Bar Mitzvah held at the
camp during the season.
Directors of the camp are Leon-
a r d Wollman, D r Theodore
Struhl, Ben Miller and Robert
Wollman.
Phillip Kan
Temple Judea will
ir
be the
Your issue of Aug. 21 contained
a letter by Maurice Weinberger of
Miami Beach directed to Samuel
G. Kling, "Your Marriage Coun-
selor.'- Included in his remarks
was the sentence, "Within the
pages of the Bible is a rule and thing
guide for every
ing to marriage
berger should bo employed in
pulpits where considerable time
to study is feasible.
Unfortunately, the multi-faceted
duties of the modern
upon the richer sources of
scholarship, which will in tur,
able him to counsel ihe ir.arriej]
However, as long as the rd
rabbinate wi" "'* *<*4 the
nave"occupied the attention of the JJjJj^fU** g
rabbi to the exc.us^n every- ^ mMngT!Z^
- C f Kh ,n rrerfthose in him to faci,i,a,e intensified-
situation pertain- hooves the rabbi to direct those in sugges,io 0f Mr. Weirt
need of couneetoe to. competent. pertaining to ministers in w
and rabbis in particular. as i_
selors, will have to be shel?etj
t must be pointed up Dc at,ie to render a greater service In closing, may 1 humbly
that the validity of this remark lhan tne rabbi. 8est to my colleagues woo
must be predicated upon tfce illu-1 no time at all for study, to
of our sages What we need today Is an edu
bona-fide professional counselor
site I was indeed happy to read this sucn as Mr. Kling, who by virtue
of the Bar Mitzvah of Phillip Kan- statement. By the same token. of his training and experience >
er Saturday morning. Sept. 12.
Phillip is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Kaner. 1801 SW 33rd ct.
mrnating statement
A student at Shenandoah Junior BAra>so, ^------=_.._
which is not
indicated in the Bi-
Won't Tolerate
Blockade-Golda
Judea religious school, and will
s enter the confirmation depart-
ment's class of 1961.
Guests at the Bar Mitzvah will
incJode Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sharon
and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Sector,
his grandparents.
Nancy Lechtner
Bas Mitzvah of Nancy Lechtner
will be celebrated Saturday morn-
ing. Sept. 12, at Temple Emanu-
El. Dr. Irving Lehrman will offi .
ciate.
Nancy is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Lechtner and grand-
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David
Obhansky.
She attends eighth grade at
Nautilus School and Temple
Emanu-El religious school. Nancy
will begin classes at the Temple
Hebrew High School.
Luncheon and reception will be
of Torah and the sole disseminator
of Jewish law. thereby granting
the rabbi sufficient time to draw
the advice of the
M'Prague" regarding a syi
study for pulpit rabbis.
RABBI HERSCHELL SiVIL
Miami Hebrew Cong.rtjihl
refers are only indications and not
a clear-cut unequivocal source ol
guidance or a comprehensive
guide to marriage so greatly need-
ed by young married couples to-
day.
These indications m u s t b e
translated into concrete realities
before they can be deemed pa-
latable to husband and wife. To
achieve this end the rabbi must
have the time, as well as piece
of mind, to study and apply the
various hermeneutical princi-
ples at his disposal in order ef-
fectively to counsel the couple.
The area of marriage counseling
is not as simple as Mr. Wein-
berger sets forth, nor is the Bi-
ble as lucid a text as he thinks.
Rabbis making an effort to coun-
sel the married by utilizing the
method suggested by Mr. Wein-
BrOWOrd-N. Dade | Goodwill Group to M**f
Council to Meet
Goodwill Group of Greater j
ami will open its new fall
with a luncheon, sponsored]
Mrs. Frank Hoffman, pre
Mrs. B. Geltner. vice pr
and Mrs. Lena Kripple,
secretary, at 1947 W. Flagler j
on Sept. 17 at 12:30 p.m.
Broward-North Dade Council of
B'nai B'rith Women will hold its
first regular meeting of the sea-
son on Sept. 17. 8:30 p.m., at Tem-
ple Beth Sholem, 1725 Monroe,
Hollywood.
The new Council has five chap-
ters which encompass three chap-
ters in the North Dade area, one Swim-Membership Pc,*fy
in Hollvwood, and one in Ft. Lau-
derdalc. Gilbert J. Balkin chapUfj
Mrs. Morris Sterling has planned B'nai B'rith Women was to I
a workshop on membership to as- a swim-membership party
si-t newly elected membership day g:30 pm> at the uoot]
chairmen. In charge of mforma- M u ... 3-..
lion is Mrs. Alvin Wank, presi-'Mrs- M"* *>'**' *b
dent. 1021 NE 154th ter, No. Miami Coral Gables. In charge^
Beach. ervations was Mrs. B. We
TEL AVIV(JTA) -There can
be no peace if the United Nations
permits "flagrant attacks" by one
member of the UN against anoth-
er, and 'Israel has no intention to
tolerate" such a situation. Mrs.
Golda Meir. Israel's Foreign Min-
.ster. declared Monday night while
discussing Israel's grievance
against United Arab Republic in-
terference with shipping through
the Suez Canal.
Mrs. Meir made the statement
in an address at a Mapai Party
election rally here Sunday night.
Prime Minister David Ben-Gur-
ion was scheduled to address the
rally also, delivering -the first
election address since his return
from a French Riviera vacation.
held in her honor Saturday, 1 p.m.,
at Ihe Algiers hotel, followed by a njmjjfw- Given Award
special reception for Nancy's '
teen-age friends on Saturday eve- Harold L. Dunsky, executive di-
ning at the 'Lechtner residence. rector of the Mt. Sinai Hospital
development fund, was presented
with an award by Dean William F.
Zacharias, of the Chicago-Kent
College of Law. at the annual alum-
ni luncheon held recently at the
According to an announcement Beau Rjvage hotel in Bal Har-
by Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, 5,,,. Dunsky, a resident of North
president of the Jewish National Miami Beach, graduated from
Fund Council of Greater Miami, Chicago Kent College of Law in
the Council will hold its first meet- 1957> and is the most recent grad
mg of the season on Wednesday uate residing in Florida,
evening. 8 p.m., in the Rosewood
room 01 the Fontainebleau hotel.
JNF Council
Meet Wednesday
After a short business agenda, "all YOUOQ luoel Services
during which plans for the com-
ing year will be discussed and for-
mulated, with particular emphasis
Recalling UAR interference with on the forthcoming JNF fifth an-
shipping to and from Israel nual banquet on Nov. 19, the
through the Suez Canal, Mrs. Meir meeting will be turned over to Ja-
said: "One cannot ask Israel to cob C. Fishman, program chair-
tolerate such attacks and, at the man of the Council,
same time, tell her she cannot ex- Guest speaker will be Rabbi d
erase her right of self-defense be- Yaakov Rosenberg, cf Beth David ?0 a m
cause such an exercise of right Congregation. Music and
would mean war." will follow.
Young Israel of Greater Miami,
16750 NE 10th ave., No. Miami
Beach, will hold High Holy Day j
services for Rosh Hashona Oct. 3
and 4. and Yom Kippur, Oct. 12.1
Rabbi Sherwin Stauber announced |
that tickets for the public will be,
available each Tuesday and Thurs-1
songs
PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT
I HAVE WITHDRAWN MY SUPERVISION
AND AM NO LONGER RESPONSIBLE
FOR THE KASHRUTH OF
QUALITY MEAT MARKET
AT
1819 S.W. 8th STREET
OWNED AND OPERATED BY MR. A. CHIEL
RABBI ARIE BECKER
Author Honored at Meeting
Abraham Warshaw, author of
"Between Fire and Blood," was
honored at a meeting of the Lebe-
diger Branch of Farband Sept. 2
at the Seville hotel. Participating
urn lloaha Levine, president, Ben
Ginsberg, Aaron Katz, H. Kalisky,
and B. Morrison.
HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES
AT THE COMPLETELY AIR-CONDITIOHID
Dade County Auditorium
2901 West Flagler Street, Miami
CONDUCTED BY
RABBI SAMUEL APRIL
AND
CANTOR JACOB ISRAEL NEUMAN
of "SHIRAT ISRAEL", JERUSALEM
in His First American Appearance
AND CHOIR OF THE
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Insurance firm Approved
Greater Miami Insurance Board
this week approved a North Dade
firm for membership. The agency,
Leon Tishman Insurance, has been
doing business at 19944 NW 2nd
ave for 14 months. Tishman is a
five-year veteran of the insurance
business His wife, Helen, li asso-
ciated with him in the agency.
CORAL WAY
JEWISH CENTER
Free Nursery Service for Children Agss 2 3
Free Junior Services Ages 6-12
MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS HOW AT
Dade County Auditorium
for Reservations or Further Information
PHONE HI 3-6619 DAY OR NIGHT
Box Office Now Open Mon.'thru Thura. 9 A.M. to 1C **
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, Septet^"" "' 19S9
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:il Plans for Fifth Annual Banquet;
Committee Members Announced
members for the, lin
.*! Fund Council Mayshe Friedberg, Miss Lillian
.announced Wednes- Goodman, Sam Kagan. Frieda Kal-
* ^,Coldman. chairmjP-of stein. William Kline. Max Kolker,
'" K1 Card ano^fiabbi Mrs. Morris Laster. Oscar Lelchuk.
L.^,r,.ni Khiel Lesowoder, Mrs. Pauline
Levick, Seymour Liebman, Joseph
"council's fifth an-1 Mechlow.
Mr. and Mrs. Gershon Miller,
Mrs. Miriam Press, Mrs. Isaac
linn to Rabbi Abramo- Pushkin. Julius Rosenstein, Ray-
r.l! I"" ._..___'___-J U.,H(., Irvine C/.k.l.n.on
BaM
imo^'iti, president
Ciner, in the form of
^;;r:i1behe1dNov..9
i]: Fcnti.mel.leau hotel.
apr! Goldman
the following mojid Rubin, Irving Schatzman,
been na
med to the commit-
Sam Schachno, Mrs. Joseph Sha-
piro, Al gherman, Mrs. Wolf
. Shklair, Mr. and Mrs'. J. Z. Stad-
Uph Alter. JohanL. Herman ^ R Smsko Mrs ^
Ire B alolenk,, Mr and Mrs. Dr and ^ Zucker
tan Bookspan. Albert Broad,.
i m Broad Mrs. Jacob Da- braun.
ftJL Dickman. Leon J. Ell. Goldman said that additional
a Mrs Fzra Finegold, Ja-j names wiU be added to the com-
a"". "hman. Abraham Fraid- mittee, which is now in formation.
W/rt 20 Parties Will Run
wdidates in November Polling
k AVlV-(JTA)-At least 20
lical factions would present
rate lists of candidates for the
Ember elections to the Knetset
(el's parliament. Supreme Court
Ece Y. Sussman, chairman of
re- -al election committee.
I
bi
Recommend Blacklist
DNDON-(JTA) The Arab
tuc't boycott office disclosed
it had recommended the
Jtlist-g of six American, three
ish two French and two Swiss
Is, all engaged in the electrical
Istry, on 'he grounds that they
1 viol.ved the Arab anti-Israel
. regulations. Earlier the
kuc announced that it had
Ed 15 more American and Eu-
lan companies to the list of
Is barred from doing business
^rat countries on the ground
tiic> violated the boycott.
fI Sisterhood
iterhcod of Congregaton Beth
I d its first regular meet-
season on Tuesday, 8
I le Dora August Memo-
Hall. 50ii SW 17th ave.
predicted this week. There are 14
parties in the last Knesset.
The election committee has al-
ready distributed applications to
some 40 parties, and at least half
of these are expected to produce
the required 750 signatures before
the filing deadline.
oanoaeoooi ~ "'-------------------------
Seme friction has arisen among
the factions of the National Re-
ligious front, which combine* the
Mixr.chi and the Mepeal Hamix-
rachi. parties. The latter faction
ha* demanded that its candi-
date* he placed in the top posi-
tion on the list, otherwise- the |
party threaten* to enter a sepa-
| rat* list.
It was learned here that the
/'Semitic Action" group known as
the "Canaanites." decided not to
I present its own list. The group had
previously said it would name as
head of its list David Ben Haroush,
the self-proclaimed leader of the
North African immigrants. Ha-
roush is now facing trial in Haifa
for inciting the recent Wadi Salib
riots. The "Canaanites" seemed, to
think that Haroush's candidacy
would bring about his release from
1 jail.
Citizens Federal Savings and Loan Assn. of
Hialeah groundbreaking for the association's
new Palm Springs branch office shows Pres"
ident David Stuzin (standing) directing S. F.
Danels. executive vice president and chair-
man of the building committee scooping out
Citizens Federal Breaks Ground
the first few yards of dirt. Satisfied one Scoop-
mobile is better than two shovels, director
I. W. Barheld (left) and Hialeah Mayor Henry
Milander lean on their shovel handles with
relief.
The first shovelsful of dirt were'
turned over Wednesday at the cor- [
ners of Red rd. and W. 49th St.,
Hialeah, as work was started on
the new Palm Springs branch of-
fice of Citizens Federal Savings
and Loan Assn. of Hialeah.
The one and one-half story
building, which is designed along
the lines of the Association's pres-
ent main office building at 400 Hia-
leah dr., will be ready for use in
early 1960, according to president
David Stuzin, and will incorporate
many "firsts" in customer service
equipment and systems.
I I
Stoiin pointed out that the use
\ of a single basic building design,
a "first" in the South, wMI help
identity the Association's two
office* to their ZMM savings
and mortgage customers.
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kmple Ner Tamid will hold a "welcome home" party for the
Jtiie congragation Sunday evening. Planning the affair are
Ply Bellack. band leader whose trio will entertain, and Harry
Pne.derman. president of the Men's Club.
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Jewish University
Eyes '60 Opening
CHICAGO All colleges of the
Jewish University of America at
Skokie, 111., will be in operation by
fall of 1960, if the campaign to
raise the last $500,000 necessary to
complete the university's building
program is successful, according
to Max Bressler, national chair-
man of the development program
of the university.
Buildings now complete contain
the library to include 60,000 vol-
[umes as required by the North
Central Assn. of Colleges, dormi-
tories, classrooms, administration
offices, kitchen and dining hall fa-
cilities, and the power plant.
Buildings now under construc-
tion, and scheduled for comple-
1 tion in 1960, include th* now
sanctuary. Rose Cohen College
, and Esther Fisher Student Day
Center for Women. Hall of Sa-
cred Treasures, Rabbi Ephraim
Epstein Kollel research school in
Talmudic law, and the Hebrew
Theological College, the rabbini-
cal school of th* university,
founded in Chicago n 1922.
The Liberal Arts College of the
university is opening on Tuesday,
Bressler said. Colleges now in op-
eration include the Hebrew Theo-
logical College and Rabbi Ephra-
im Epstein Kollel, temporarily
housed in one of the existing
buildings on the 16-acre, $5,000,000
tract, the College of Advanced He-
brew Studies, and the Israeli In-
stitute. A teachers' institute and
preparatory academy are also
planned, as well as an Institute of
Martyrology.
S. F. Danels, executive vice
president and chairman of the
building committee, announced
the new building costing an esti-i
mated $500,000 will be a "magnifi-
cent architectural addition to the)
area and an outstanding demon-j
stration of the Association's con
stantly increasing importance ui
11 h e economic development o f
1 Greater Miami."
The building was designed by
the Chicago Bank Equipment
i Company, specialists in bank
architecture, with Dean Parme-,
lee. Miami office manager, super-
vising mnch of the design. The
' Taylor Construction Company,
Miami, has been named as gen-
eral contractors. Interior decorat-
ing is being planned and supervis-
ed by Barbara Dorn, New York,
* San Francisco, and Miami interior
design consultant.
The new Citizens Federal branch
building, measuring approximate-
ly 100 by 100 ft., will be located.on
t the outside southeast corner of the
I Palm Springs Shopping Plaza, now
; under construction, facing Red rd.
and W. 49th st.
The *evon-y**r-otd *aving in-
stitution, which opened for busi-
ness July 5, 1952 with initial as-
sets of $25e,000, reported total
resources in excess of $24 mil-
lion as of Jun* 30, 1959.
Citizens Federal opened its first
branch office in April. 1958 in tem-
porary quarters at 4606 Palm ave.
In addition to Stuzin and Dan
els groundbreaking ceremonies
were attended by the Associations
other officers and directors, Hia-
leah Mayor Henry Milander and
members of the Hialeah City
Council, representatives of com-
munity and civic organizations,
and the local press.
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Temple Emanu-El leaders will
, meet at the home of Jack Popick,
i 5150 N. Bay rd., Tuesday evening
to discuss plans for the congrega-
tion's annual High Holidays effort
for Israel Bonds.
Popick is a member of the na-
tional board of governors of the
Israel Bond organization, and is a
member of the Temple's board.
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Senior Citizens
Program Due
Mrs. Fred Browne has been ap-
pointed chairman o! the newly-
created committee for service to
senior citizens at the North County
YMHA. it was announced by Sid-
ney Mank, president.
Other members of the commit
tee are Mrs. Irving Linden. Mis.
Martin Braterman. Mr. and Mrs.
Irwin Samet. Mrs. Robert Law-
rence, and Leonard Chusmir.
The committee will be responsi-
ble for forming a senior citizens
group work program in the North
Miami and North Miami Beach
areas. The program will be housed
in the North County Branch build-
ing at 14036 NE 6th ave.
Senior citizen programming will
begin Tuesday. Sept. 29. at 7:30
P.m. Charles Plotkin, director of
the department of service to senior
citizens, will supervise the pro-
gram. ^___
fjmlsHlcrUkir
Pearly Gait
by Hal Pearl
*wi jw.' m-m>* ^srzssv
uncvieu by Hn
Opening meeting of the North Pkch and .tarring new U
Shore Jewish Center Sisterhood "*-* presented. ThiH
will be held Wednesday. 8 p.m.. tf| National Women's League 1
\ The DeauviUe hotel, with Mrs. Al which has been revised. */'
i %* presiding. Following! tajl matenal wr.tte, by Mr*
the business session, a musical x-^ *" Bloc*.
scrinj
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Latin Quarter will always be fireproof.
The September soncj of many Miamiam ^ggf.fRg
Corn*." Joining the choru. are builder and Mrs Bernard Schon-
Ser, of B.I Harbor Island, and Mr. and Mrs. M.cha.1 K.rnaL of
MT.mi Beach. Th. Schoninners, no sJanM. f *-** ***
smorgasbord and Danish pastry, during the.rtoor of haScanda^
navian nations, an rout, to Russia. The K.rnal. will *""""
York on Sept. 22 aboard the SS RoH.rdam. Yestarday, Mrs. Karnal
was given a "Bon Voyage" luncheon at the Sorrento.
Miami Beach friends, and they are legion, of Jon Serbin and
PhvUis Sue Abramason are flooding them with congratulations on near-
big f their e.igagement-though it was no surprise !* *W
school sweethearts Phyllis cheered Jon on to many touchdowns when
he was number-one man on the Beach eleven.
Helen Baum. the chic and petite public relations counselor, back
from New York with some juicy new accounts for the winter season.
In a luncheon huddle. WQAM general manager (and handsome
bachelor) Jack Sandier and attorney Jack Fink. Could be big business
that they were discussing. -
Miami Beach boxing judge Stu Winston a recent returnee from
Novia Scotia, where he attended a conference with other paper com-
pany execs abord a fishing boat. He also baited some real big ones
(no, no. not execs fishi.
Paul Rorbach. who operates the "Eats and Meats store in the
79th st shopping center, planning on a new business venture, in addi-
tion to his popular delicatessen.
It was one of the more interesting sessions of the Sam Gyson radio
show at the Delano when George Lefcoe and Howard Dennis aired
their opinions recently. In fact, it was a real brain trust. George is
a magna cum laude Dartmouth and Yale law graduate, while Howard
is a prelaw student at Georgetown University. Both have held
executive positions in the AZA here. Mrs. Maurice Lefcoe, George's
mom, added to her birthday pleasure by listening in.
Anytime accountant Eli Hurwitz and attorney Sidney Efronson get
together, you car, expect a real laugh session. Friends say the two
can give Myron Cohen a run for the money when it comes to story
telling.
Carmen Wayne resigned recently from the B'nai B'rith secretarial
staff to try her hand at professional dancing. She's a whiz on the dance
floor, report her Arthur Murray teachers.
* *
BOTH SIDES OF THE BAY: Ruth Foreman has inked two top
thespians for the leads in William Inge's "Come Back Little Sheba."
due to reopen her Studio M Playhouse foe the fall and winter season
on Tuesday evening. Oct. 6. They are Charles Temple, the English
! performer, and Blanche Kelly, both equally well-known to Miami
theatre-goers.
To date. Miss Foreman has done exceedingly well with both
comedy and drama presentations at the intimate playhouse on Bird
; rd. We're looking to another fine evening in front of the footlights
there on Oct. 6.
"The Drunkard" has "staggered" all the way from Coral Way to
Biscayne blvd., where the "Gay Nineties" melodrama is now on stage
; nightly at the larger Vagabond Club. And a hissing good time can be
yours there six nights a week. Jack Geer continues as the star of the
costume farce. It's a Mel Pape production.
Producer Gene Hinson and director George Blackwood will head
the staff of the new Three Arts Club Theatre which will have "open
house" on Sunday from 5 to 8. It's located at 342 Aragon ave., Coral
Gables.
* *
AFTER DARK CIRCUIT: Many spots discontinued big shows after
Labor Day, but "Havana Mardi Gras," the biggest show of em all. con-
tinues to roll merrily along at the Lucerne hotel, in the Club Chalet.
\ The show's well booked with club parties and convention groups right
through this month. October and November. At present, Betty Reilly
; is winning encores with her lively songs and guitar strumming. The
blonde and blue-eyed "senorita" has been held through this month.
Norman Schuyler, long-time associate of Martha Rave in her local
night club ventures, is ready to make an announcement any day now
: He's casting an eye over three spots, any of which can house Martha's
| all-star show, due to open in late November or early December.
One spot's on the 79th st. causeway, another on Biscayne blvd..
and the third in the Surfside area. Martha now has an even wider
nationwide following than when she starred at the Five O'Clock a few
i years ago. due to her socko TV appearances, and recent roadshowings
in "The Bells are Ringing."
* *
RESTAURANT ROW: Barney Biller always has closed his Michel's
restaurant in Normandy Isle on Mondays. When he stayed open on
Labor Day he was so jammed he ran out of most of his dinner specials
by eight o'clock. How do we know? We were there.
However, the shishkebab a la Michel's, the stuffed cabbage and
the prime 16 oz. rib steak were something for a food lover to remember
His tray of baked-on-the premises pastries is so varied and eve pi.
it's really hard to make a choice.
One of the best luncheon buys on the Beach i. the special Canton-
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71st st. area are "regulars" at Al Goldman's popul
Attorney Shirley Woolf. Mrs. Bonnie Davis ai
j a wonderful time at the Emb
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'Jewisti fhrHkMi
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ituarics
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".TYi-i.e,. two
- '. :
with burial
THEODORE ZAPEN
wr. In CM-
,mi h.
. .. ...-.. wort
..THLR J. ENGLAND
OT vtai...... ";'
r who
;., 1...... fchic*-
:. ii.-h-n: a
. s.im-n
Mrs. Rebecca
i -- '"V"\"r
member .f the
ifjSEPH BLElWEItt
- 4 Otnanola Wy, died Bab*. *
[-4.nl ..( Miami for si" ". he
Kl- "wllf. LI:.: daughter.
hS Rubin two eon. and thr*
Lu A> "" m,,mb*r ?'
..u. s.., vices were In
_)'________.
LRc FELICIA ROSENZWEIQ
f ,,.,.. ,ve.. died SeP-
1 fcrvlcwww* In Brooklyn.
JACOB RUDMAN
i|, ...- ive., retired really
..... hurt venr from
I ...,, He -a
,., North Shore I-odge of
I .,,,.1 Tempi* Ner Tumid.
[ bi Loum
JACK B~EF>ENSON
a ith .ve, .lied Sept. a.
. to from Ros-
I Hrate.l the TropicalI Banana
I M* w'fe. Sady.
I '-' "" "
.., |. ,... Horn*, with Initial
. \l.i--
ImRS. AUGUSTA TIMBERQ
|r is;.-! |vi vanta live.. tied
. .. || yaaj s ago
K-.iri lng are eon
Jean Timls-m
.,,, i'.iIwiii; two grand -
grandchildren
.. ., i, .1 -. ii. ith local
..- Memorial
AOOLPH SPIEGEL
n died Sept. 3.
f. re In- "it-- Irene; sister,
brother, Ben.
. ., rvke.i r.- Sept. 4 at
|.- Cemetery, with arrange-
. Riverside Memorial OhapeU.
|MRS. ANNIE O. KRITZEH
7ih kI died Au. St. Sur-
ar her husband. Ueorge; three
liter*. Jim. Ida < inidberg, Mr*.
R.thwi:! .hi 1 Mr-. Minnie (ler-
[t*i son. i: grandchildren and
great-grandchildren. She came
(21 ;eai- irii from Washington.
-r\i..- were held under the
|ti of Newman Funeral Home.
LOUIS KAPLAN
3, of ITii'. SW Ulh .-t m.-d Sepl___i
i from t'ae-
ajllc, N J and wttaa I
Tli ii law uuiwv ITrf"niii imm a* on
M
and II.* hlldrvn
and m
were M | t f.mi. .
with burial in Mi Si
MRS. BERTHA MINOWITZ
", of I
n her* II
N V Si
r'er. Mrs I
nil :i rai dchlld. Service*
2 .it Qordon Funeral Home, with
,n Ml B -ery.
BEN BERKWIT
-,: .,f totjn siilluat.-r dr.. di< I \ua. sa.
a Sew
for a
npajay. f> r vlvli
Sadie iir-itii ai i
Including M I Miami
Beach. Ber\ i e* w ei I
I.I. Ith lo mints
I.. Riverside Memmlnl chapel
MRS. KATE MILLER
*. of SS01 N\V ?7th av died Aim.
M. She t-ame here ten >earx ago from
Hamilton. i >. Surviving are two
ri.-itnrhter*, Incliidlna* Mrs Mary M.
BiK-li. Mlnnl. and two poll* BcTVlCN
and liui-ial were In Hamilton. w kn-al arrangement* by Hellman'a Fu-
neral Home.
MORRIS RAPAPORT
71. of "." Jefferson ave.. died AnT. S".
He eame here six year* B*0 fr'>m De-
troit, and waa a retired salesman.
Surviving- is hi* wl'e. Kather Bervtcea
were Sept. I at Riverside Memorial
fhapel. Washington ave.. with burial
In Ml. Nebo Cemetery.
MRS. REBECCA MELICOW
of MS lath st died July Jl In New
York City. Survivors Include a son.
Dr M. M M>-!l- ow. and daughters,
Mis* Anyuta Mellcow. Mrs. Minnie
Fields, Mrs Rae Pressman and Mrs
Ulna Oould She alao leaves three
grandchildren and three great-grand-
i>MMwi l'-, l,i .- .- Wv< York
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
HOTICK ttl HFiRBBV GIVEN that
the underalg.....I di ngiut '
ItuainesH under the flctltloua name of
NiiUMAN I'.I.M.TV a, MM Went
Klavl- i- Btrei Ida Intend*
to i-ei I ii line ith tin- ''lerk
Of the. i'in mi Court-of l>ad founty,
KI......'
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(JOL.PMA.N '< H.liSTi:iN
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NOTU'K IS lll-Md'KV OIVBN that
ii,. iii ngage in
huslm-ss under the '" "',
airy kkkvice rbkrioeiration
Miami I : u h in-
trm
,. ,.r the Circuit Court of I e.,,i
Count) 'Florida. _
HTMAN sllAl.i.Mn II. Hole ?""*
'.. 11-lS-C I" 2
Millie Perkins and Joseph Schildkraut in a tense scene from
"The Dicrry of Anne Frank." which returns to Mkrmi Saturday
at Wometco's Carib. Miami and Miracle Theatres. Previously
shown in this area only on a roadshow, advance price basis,
'The Diary" can now be seen at popular prices, and perform-
ances will be continuous.
Cancer League lo Meet
Dutch luncheon, served at noon,
will precede, the initial meeting of
the newly-formed Women's Can-.
cer League of Miami Beach to be
held at the home of its president,
Mrs. Micky Kraus. 4575 No. Ad-
ams ave.. on Friday. SepL 18. The
organization will concentrate its
' efforts towards paying for the Co-
balt Bomb at the new Mt. Sinai
Hospital of Greater Miami, and
the subsequent subsidy of the hos-
pital's Tumor Clinic for indigent
patients.
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Fashion film Prevoe Slated
Regular Meeting of B'nai B'rtth
Women of Miami will be held
Tuesday. 8 p.m.. at Beth David
1 Auditorium. A prevue film of
French-Israeli fashions will be
presented. There will also be a
short talk by Mrs. Bernard Sup-
worth, Miami area chairman for
State of Israel Bonds. Mrs. Leon
Andress and Mrs. A. 2. Arpert will
serve as hostesses.
GMJCC Forms
New Deportment
A new department of service to
senior citizens has been establish-
ed by the Greater Miami Jewish
Community Center to coordinate
and further develop work with
senior citizens in the four branch-
es of the Agency, it was announced
by Isidore B. Simkowitz. president.
A. Budd Cutler, Miami attorney,
a vice president of GMJCC, has
been appointed chairman of the
department.
"Service during Hi* past 'few
years in a group work program
for men and women over 55
yoars of ago, has demonstrated
to the aooncy tho rood for a
much greater extension and en-
richment of program services,"
according to Simkowitz.
This new department will have,
as its first priorities, the develop-
ment of a Golden Age Club at the
North County YMHA "Branch and
the Southwest YMHA Branch. In
addition, the existing Golden Age
Clubs at the Miami and Miami
Beach Branches will be analyzed
for further intensification of pro-
gram, Simkowitz declared.
In the near future, a Senior Citi-
zens Council will be formed with
representatives from all four
branches for joint county-wide
programming. Plans are also be-
ing made for a program for train-
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOU8 NAME LAW
MOTICK IS HRRKBY OIVBN that
, th,. to engage m
' Inielll-KM iindei- th- fic-MM,-- di- ">f
NATIONAL HOME 1 INANlINU-at
v.,,- I'liL-ler Kireat, in the CltJ of
Miami, Florida Intend- to register the.
name lt!i th. Clerk of the Clr-
. nil Court c.f ; inly, Kh.rlda
IATKI> ut Miami, Florida thin 3rd
dav of September. A.D lTi.
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Bv: Sidney Pueternak. Vice Pre*.
A Item: Klhtntieth I'earaon. Secy.
a. E. hartwk:
Attorney for Applicant ,,,_r, ,0/,
A. BUDD CUTlfg
Orah Chapter Dance
Orah chapter of Mizrachi Worn-
| en will hold a dance and floor
show Saturday evening at the Cas-
ablanca hotel. Proceeds are for
(the Child Rescue Fund in Israel.
Co-chairmen are Miss Estelle Co-
litz, Miss Esta Karpel. and Miss
' Belle Levin.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKKKI'.V GIVBN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
buaineH.s under the flctuinua name of
PDNTIAC PARKINO CO. at 1M s W :'nd Street. Miami. Klor-
M* Intend**tu tea-Inter >ald name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
SAM I. BTOUOROW
SIDNEY M ARONOVITZ
Attornev for Sam U. b'toUinow
inni AJnvley Building
Miami 32, tlorlda
t M-i-r.. I"'!
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. fN OHANCERY
Pie. MC8M4
Q.FEN M MON'iAN.
Plaltatlff.
JA.HES F WONOAN.
Iefendant.
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
TO: JAMI-S C MiiNOAN
MT2 Andrewa Avenue
Bronx. New York
Tou. JAMES F Mi i.MlAS, are here-
l.v notified that Complaint for Dl-
ha heen filed again.t you. and
you are required to aerve eop* of
your Anewer or Pleading to the Com-
plaint on the plaintiff Attorne/r,
a.vi ;i:i.' i A ai.i, Ml Alnatej Build-
ing. Miami :::'. Ptorlda, and file the
OHKlnal An-n.r or Pleavdlng in the
Office of the clerk of fie Circuit
Court "ii or before the i:th day of
(),.!,,I | "i If you fail to do Mi
Judsmenl by default will h taken
agaln^i \ >n for the relief demanded
In the Complaint
DONE AND OrWEIWP Miami,
Florida. Ihis Ith day of September.
\ 11 I '.-'
B H I.l.ATIlKRMAN. Clerk
Cirelul Com'. Dad* Poontv Florida
i~..,,li l-.v JOAN BNEEDEW,
Deputy Clerk
ANC.Kl.o A Al.l
Attorney for Plaintiff
SOI Ain*le\ RutMtag
Miami 3L'. Florida
9/11-1S-2S. 10'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUO CIAL nafiHT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. S9CS47S
PAir.A PARK HOMES'. INC..
a Florida corporation
Plaintiff.
ARMOND HOCKMAN and
VIRGINIA R. HtMKMAN
I '.fendant
NOTICE NY PUBLICATION
(MORTGAGE FORBCLOSURE)
TO: ARMOND HocKMAN and
VIRGINIA R HM-KMAN
(Re)RTT>KNCF. I'SKSfHVN)
Tou are hereby notified rheg a Bill
NOTICE IS HEREBY OTVBN thai n( Complaint to Foreckww Mortgage,
the undersigned, desiring to engage In on the following dearrtbed property:
d#r the flctPi-iis name of |_, Block 1, BAII.A PARK.
UATIoN al I7S N.K. 4ih Street, Ml- Courttv .Florida: has been filed agalnnt
ami 12, Ha., Intend* to register aald | V(H1 nn,i vo are required to serve a
name with the Clerk of the Circuit ,.,,pv f vor Answer or Pleading to
Court of Dade Couaty, Florida.
NED REO-HN. Sole Owner
-t -i.iv.-,-, IO'J
& ST5 oflaSif SSIWW -
bers of senior citizens applying
for these services.
Cutler is presently serving as
president of the Cutler Ridge Civic
| Assn., and is also on the board of ~10aT,|fRCBu/,TP^ouNT Tthi ,
governors and the executive com- eleventh judicial c rcuit of before October 1:. wot
mittee of the Greater Miami Jew- ^"^r,,:^^??"
ish Federation. He will represent No hc ess*
GMJCC on the Senior Citizens Di- ,:"V.,''i CAMPML&
vision of the Welfare Planning "";'.'
Council of Dade County.
Newsman on Radio
Herman Leder. former Wash-
ington news correspondent and
representative of the Associated
Press, has just returned from Is-
rael, and will be a guest Sunday.
10 a.m., on the Jewish Forum of
the Air over station WMIE.
DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS aeceunta
r* INSURED to $10,000 by an agency
of the Federal government.
'One of (fip Nation s
O/desI ond lafgesf"
Bade Federal
/avings and Loan Associai/on oi Miami
Sisterhood Card Party Slated
Card party will be held by Tifer-
leth Israel Sisterhood at the Cen-
ter, 6500 N. Miami ave., on Sept.
16.
JAMBS J i'AMI'BF.I.I.
I lefendant.
TO JAMI!S I CAMIM'.KI.I,
I lefendant
(14 Sutninerdale Road
Sniniiieidale. New .l-r-ey
You arO required to .-er\.- i OO*) -I
yOttt BOW : tO the Bill of C,.m|.lalnl
for I- noi, on the plaintiff'a attorne).
ml t., file the origin..! answer in the
offhe ,.r the Clerk of the Circuit
Qmrl on Of before the I'-'tii day of
October A.D IMS: other" Ise. the BUI
of Complahtl for I'Ivor,- heretofore
flle.1 herein, will le taken aa oaB-
faaaod bj you.
Dated at Miami, Rorida this the
9th da* o September I'
E l: l.l'.ATHKKM AN clerk
it Court. I hide Count*. Florida
(aaaj) Byi R M i vm\n.
Deiiuty Clerk
Ml I.TON A. FRIEDMAN
Plaintiff- Sidlcltor
1111 Alnaley Hldg.
Miami. FloHda
lOSfPH M UPTON PievdVnl
5 Conven/enf Offices Servo Dado County
RESOURCES EXCEED 135 MILLION DOLLARS
the Itill of Complaint on the Hgln-
tlff's Attorney. PAl'I. WARTSEN.
Illi:. 420 Lincoln Road. Miami
Beach. Florida, and file the original
Answer or Pleading In the office of
the Clerk of the circuit Court on or
lore October 13, Hot. If you fall
to do so. judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded In the nil! of Complaint.
Tim notice shall be publi.-h.d once
:: h week for four conaecutlve weeka
In THi: JEWISH FL-ORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
la. this 4th day of September,
I! R I.I'.ATIIKll.MAN. Clerk
ciri iut Court. Had.- Count v. Florid*
(Mall B) i: n kick jr..
Ivputy Clerk
/n-u-. \fi't
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU'T OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTV. IN CHANCERY,
No. 5SCB077
ORAi'i-: NORTON THOMAS,
Plaintiff,
vs.
W. flROROE THOMAS.
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: W OBOROB THOMAS
107 South Wayne Street
Milledgeville.- C.e..rgia
Tou. W. OBORCB THOMAS, are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been Hied
against you. and you are required to
nerve a copy of your Answer or
Pleadlne to the 1:111 of Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorney. SOI.- AI.KV-
VM'K.K One Lincoln Ri>ad Building.
Miami Beach. Florida and fib- the
original Answer or Pleading In the
office of (he clerk of the circuit
, Court on or before the Soth day of
m] ,. |Ml If you fa" to do .>.
jUjgn default will he taken
against vou for th,- relief demanded
,n th.- Bill of Complaint.
Thi notice shall be published once
each week for *ka
In THE JEWISH KI.' -rtll'lAN
EKED at Miami,
Florida, this 2Sth day of Auguat, A.D.
R I.EXTHT'.RM \N. Clerk.
Florida,
.seal) By: IV II. RICE, ill ,
Depute Clerk
8 W. 9/4-11-lt
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RABBI DR. ISAAC NIRSH EVER. DIRECTOR -
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plEDOio to oive th* Birr ouauitv
AT THE LOWBST PRltt OR YOUR MONEY BACK
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Shoulder Lamb Chops.....Lb. 79c
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LB.
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"Jewish. Floridian Ctnibining THE iEMffSM UNflT and THE JEW/SH WffflT Volume 33 — Number 37 Miami, Florida. Friday. September 11. 1959 Two Sections — Price 204 Castro Vows Jews Needn't Fear Blackmail MILWAUKEE. Wis.-(JTA)Premicr Fidel Castro of Cuba gave specific assurances, in a recent 90ninute 'interview with a Milwaukee attorney, that discriminationJ [gainst any religious or minority •mips, including Cuban -Jews. niild not be tolerated by his rerime, it was reported here this reek. The assurances were given by Cuban leader to N. Paley Millip. former president of the Wisconsin chapter of the National jsn. cl Claimants and Compenation A-orneys. during the interview wluch took place last week. The Cuban leader told Mr. Iphillirr that "no longer would thtre he any necessity for Jewliih met chants—or any other, for Ithat matter—to pay 'protection Imoney' to stay in business." State Department Supports Free Passage Through the Suez Canal Egypt Stops Israel Charter German Ship JTA—By Direct Teletype Wire JERUSALEM—I s r a e 1 Govern ment circles awaited Tuesday receipt of further information on the refusal by the Egyptian authorities to permit the, German freightj er Lealott transit through the Suez Canal. Mr. r+illips also reported that Be had 'alked with many Cuban Jewish businessmen and that they!cargo, fold him they were experiencing, nore freedom in business and bommiiii:: activities, as well as in Religions practices. Mr. Philips said he "had found j [hat attendance at synagogues had Increase in recent months and' that more Cuban Jews were atending services than previously. %  %  jsri-*— The German freighter is under Israel charter and was proceeding from Haifa to East Africa without lore Israel kins to Bonn The "conditions" which President Nasser gave United NoHorn Secretary General Hammarskjold for Israel use of the international waterway wore that ships to and from Israel should either pass through empty or with the cargo belonging to the non-Israeli transaction. Declares World Bank Will Be Told of U.S. Position At Forthcoming Loan Talks MOUSE DltAJlS BIOCKAM PACf 9 A NIKITA KHRUSHCHEV feerist Hope Dims for Jewish Meeting When Nikita Arrives Tuesday By MILTON FRIEDMAN Washington JTA Bureau Chief JTA-By Direct Teletype Wir* WASHINGTON—The State Department supports freedom of transit in the Suez Canal and will avail itself of opportunities to advance its views in the World Bank which is considering a loan to the United Arab Republic to widen the canal. •— + The Department's position was outlined by Assistant Secretary of State William B. Macomber, jr., speaking for Secretary Herter in a communication to Rep. Seymour Halpern. of New York. Rep. Halpern was one of 13 members of the House Banking and Currency Committee who wrote president Eugene R. Black, of the World Bank, in August, protesting Israel refused to accept these the loan to the UAR by the World WASHINGTON—(JTA)—Hopes for a meetim?-m* Jewish 'groopr wifn %  **. Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev dimmed this week when Soviet sources here intimated that the Soviet government had decided to reject conditions which Nasser himself the premise ot the Jewish groups that there is a Jewish problem in the | has now apparently violated. The Soviet Union. Egyptians based their refusal to Several American Jewish organ-*izations are seeking a meeting with the Soviet Premier during his The congressmen held that the ["loan should not be granted to improve the canal as long as it was Continued on Pago 11 A WASHINGTON -(JTA)— United States Army observers of the curent German Army maneuvers have reported to Washington that Israc ] has sold more arms to West Jermnny and that the Budeswehr lis now using Israel-made machine |gun>. it was learned this week. The new development in IsraelIGerrr.an arms relations unfolded %  publicly when German Defense %  Minister Franz Josef Strauss had linadvtrtently posed for a photoIgraph while inspecting one of the |newly acquired Israeli weapons. US. Army observers had previously reported the acquisition by Weit German forces of thousand* oi Israeli sub-machine guns. Contracts have alee been negotiated for a quantity of heavy Continued on Page 2-A permit the ships transit on the grounds that the skipper of the freighter wanted to pay the transit tolls in cash instead of with bank draft. Payment in this form was necessary because Nasser had orderstay in the United States this month. The same Soviet sources also pointed out that the Soviet leader had a crowded schedule awaiting him in this country. It ed Egyptian shipping agents who w stressed that many' organizausually pay the transit fees not to tions and interests are seeking represent shipping companies doing business with Israel Ships belonging to these companies consequently have no other means of payment except cash. The Egyptians originally wanted cash payments, but now these are being refused. Israelis are anxious to learn whether the payment question was really the cause for holding up the ship and if so whether some solution can be found to this before this case, too, becomes a matter of principle like the Danish freighter Inge Toft detained by the Egyptians since May 21. meetings with him on topics that the Soviets consider more acceptable. Attention was caned at the some time to a Moscow radio broadcast beamed in English to North America. It said that any talk of discrimination against Jews in the Soviet Union is nothing but falsehood. "Jews *r* equal members of our society and they are very useful talented members," the broadcast Mated. The broadcast was prompted by Continued en Pago 3-A COMMUNITY REGRETS ML ROSENBERG RESIGNATION Federation Exec in Difficult Decision Scholarly Dr. Benjamin B. Rosenberg bit on the stem of his Pipe and came to a decision. Wednesday evening, at a meet">g of its top leadership, he announced his resignaUon as executive director of the Greater Minu Jewish Federation. The decision was not an easy one for the nationally-prominent welfare expert. In the six years e had been in Miami, Dr. Rosenberg came to regard the city as his home—lived with bis wife, Mickey, and two sons, Paul, a Cornell University sophomore, and 12-year-old Robert, in a lovely bayfront house; was the center of a devoted core of Jewish leaders dedicated to the promotion of the Combined Jewish Appeal; and counted among his intimate friends the area's philanthropic pioneers. During his stay here, ho could recount many pleasant memories: knocking en a deer, being invited to enter, mooting eye-toeye former President Harry S. Truman dressing for dinner, and remaining to discuss human needs; calling en Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt to squire her to pivotallyJmpertant Greater Miami meetings; several trips to Israel, during which he met the Jewish State's top loaders. Thete were of course many more—food for memory in the Continued en Page eA Israel Will Raise Suez Issue At UN Opener Next Week JERUSALEM—(JTA)—Israel will raise the issue of the United Arab Republic's blockade against Israeli shipping through the Suez Canal during the forthcoming session of the United Nations General Assembly. Foreign Minister Golda Meir said in a radio interview here Sunday night, on the eve of her departure for New York to attend the Assembly meeting. The session is scheduled to open on Tuesday. _. ..-_.,-_ ,_+ : Red Dealings Reveal Attitude (Reports received Monday in Paris stated that the political commission of the Arab League had recommended to the League meeting at Casablanca that the League approve "every measure taken by the United Arab Republic to protect navigation through the Suez Canal any time circumstances demand.'The nature of the "measures" was not spelled out.) (In Washington, it was disclosed, Yaakev Hertog, Israel Charge d'Affairos, had a weekend conference with Robert Murphy, Under Secretory of State. It was understood that among subjects discussed was the Sues Canal transit issue.) Mrs. Meir decfared that only as the Assembly progressed, however, would Israel decide whether to request a meeting of the Security Council or a special General Assembly discussion on the issue. The Foreign Misister said that "it may be assumed that various delegations will make clear, forceful statements on freedom passage." Israel will also raise the ques tion of the Arab boycott of firms and carriers dealing with Israel.'Union. JTA—By Direct Teletype Wire BRUSSELS—The manner in which the Soviet Union deals with the Jewish minority in Russia "will constitute the touchstone of goodwill which she does not cease to proclaim to the West," Paul Demany, Belgian Socialist leader and former cabinet minister, said Tuesday in an article in "Le Peuple," official party organ. Demany's article referred to a book published by Dc. Leon Leneman, Belgian editor and former Moscow correspondent of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, dealing with the treatment of the Jews in the Soviet Union. Dr. Paul Struye, president of the Belgian Senate, discussing the Jewish situation in the Soviet Union in an article in the Libre of Suez Belgique, leading Catholic daily, expressed skepticism as to the actual possibilities of improving the position of the Jews in the Soviet



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Page 2-A +JewlstncrMian Friday. September 1 US Says Israel Selling More Arms %  •!_ .1,., •., trees, l did not want to affront Jewish people so I asked a rabbi if he would bury my hus band in Christian ground but according to the Jewish faith. He said he would not bury him in ground that was not consecrated Jewish. So we had what is called a non-denominational service. "Dr. Hewlett Johnson, the Dean of Canterbury' and a great friend I of Sir Jacob, had offered to conduct a service, so we accepted. I But it was not a full Christian bur| ial. There was a blessing, a commital prayer and a reading from Ecclesiastes — the passage that runs 'Let us now praise famous men .' *3V* v jit yn ira. 'j>Biit|)rnStt%^e*i Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky MS MICHIGAN AVENUE. MIAMI ItAO Pheae JE 1 35*5 Southern District of Workmen's Circle, meeting in it 40th annual conference at Savannah. Ga.. has honored loseDh Duntov, of Miami Beach, with the presentation to him of an oil portrait "in token of our appreciation" for his ten years of leadership in the organization. Former district secretary, Duntov is currently editor of "Who's Who in the Southern District." In ill-health for some time. Duntov missed the annual convention for the first time in 11 vears. Sunday School Sessions Open Sunday school of Miami Hebre. Congregation will commence new school year this Sunday


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wday September 11. 1959 +J(**lslirk>ridn*n Page 3-A V > *v AiuliS mot •aly flf— tirtnitr, totar nllaf from Mia of %  sana c -a Vet la also mftr. Won't eeaat Ue at—iaa aad has ae sod offsets. Tee) a Ancl It lika a doctor's prepll.i. That la, Anacln s— talos ) B.t Joit • %  • kmt • aaas H ea N — of %  Mdlullr r.-re. actlTa laeroaieiita. IdMtiM rmarca haa •revoa e St h a^i5i ?— -1 704 Ope/?; Four-Day National Conference WASHINGTON—The 62nd annu aL-Cpn ventip n of the Zionist Organizalion of America, dedicaled to* the Herzl Centenary Year, marking the 100th anniversary of the birth of the founder of modern Zionism, was to open Thursday at the Hotel Willard, with over 1,000 delegates in attendance. The convention which was to be formally opened by Nathaniel S. Rothenberg of New York, national convention program chairman, was to be addressed by Gov. (",. Mennen Williams of Michigan; Abraham A. Redelheim, who was to deliver bis presidential message; Rabbi Irving Miller, scheduled to speak on the significance of the Herzl centenary; and Hon. Yaacov D. Herzog, Minister Plenipotentiary to the United States, was to bring greetings of the Israel Government. the four-day sessions of the convention, which will bo eiven over to full discussion* and action pertaining to the most vital problems confronting Israel and the Zionist movement today, will DO highlighted by addresses by other prominent figures in American political life and by top-ranking American and world Zionist leaders. Guest speakers will include Son. Kenneth B. Keating, of Now York; Sen. Hugh R. Scott, of Pa.; and former Gov. Theodora R. McKeldin, of Maryland, president of the American-Israel So c iety, who wHI address a special Jewish National Fund function. A first-hand report from Israel will be brought to the delegates by Leon Dultzin, head of the Economic Department of the World Zionist Organization and member of the Jewish Agency Executive. Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, of Cleveland, Dr. Emanuel Neumann, of New York, Dr. Harris J. Levlne, of New York, and Dr. Max Nussbaum, of Hollywood, Calif., will be among tbe prominent Zionist leaders who will speak at the various I plenary sessions of the convention. Special sessions devoted lo Israel Funds will be addressed by Dr. Joseph Schwartz, executive vice president of the State of Israel Bonds Organization; Rabty Herbert Friedman, executive vice I chairman of the United Jewish ApIpeal; Mendel N. Fisher, executive director of the Jewish National j Fund; and Harold L. Seligman, l resident vice president in Israel of the Palestine Economic Corporation. Youth, the furtherance of Hebrew education and culture, the ZOA activities on the American scene and in Israel, Israel and the world scene will comprise some of the main themes of the plenary sessions at the convention. LOW COST HOME LOANS To Buy, Build or Refinance l.o.lrl.s lavlteo • No Obligations Calebretiag oar 25ta Aaalversery Year "One 0/ the Nation s Oldest and Largest" l5ade Federal


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Pago 4-A • Jmlstirtcrklirtn Friday, Stptmt^-n ] I Jewish Floridian Rcexamination of the Sholem OFTICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 7-2542 Teletype Communications Miami TWX • —~ MM396 FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN E xecutive Editor ISRAEL BUREAU 10 A. D. Gordon Street, Tel Aviv, Israel AY U. BINDER C orrespondent The Jewish Florlrilan does not guarantee the Kanhnjtta of the merrhandtv advertised In Ita columna. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Of* V.ar $5 00 Three Vrt $10 00 Volume 33 Friday, September 11. 1959 8 Elul 5719 Number 37 Forthright Attitude Will Tell the Story The State Department letter this week to Rep. Seymour Halpern, of New York, can have one of several outcomes in its impact on the decision of the World Bank to lend President Nasser some $40 million to widen the Suez Canal. The letter, which spells ou U.S. support of the principal of freedom of transit through Suez waters, may wind up as a palliative to the recent pressures building in both Houses of Congress opposing the loan if the UAR chief is not first forced to knuckle under to respect for international law. The letter, which spells out U.S. support of mand on the part of the United States, reminding Nasser that he owes his very life—let alone political fortune—to the -good graces of this nation and suggesting that he brush up on the treaties governing the use of the Suez Canal. Either of these are apparent possibilities. Which will become reality depends upon the spirit that framed it. To begin with, it must be assumed that the letter was written by Assistant Secretary of State William B. Macomber. jr., instead of Secretary of State Christian Herter, as a result of protocol or convenience and that delegating the duty of reply to an underling has no ulterior political meaning. If this is true, the next straw in the wind will be the manner in which the reply to Rep. Halpern is acted upon in the World Bank. Should the U.S. make its position clear with respect to Suez, while at the same time reminding us that it is but one of many forces operating in the bank, then the State Department letter this week will emerge in all of its belated meaninglessness. Should, however, our government act positively on the clarity of its position, as Secretary Mccomber's words would seem to indicate, then the letter will become a true expression of American policy which Nasser can hardly fail to heed. Heeding for the UAR dictator may very well mean advising the World Bank, as he once advised the U.S., to "choke on your own fury —may very well become a prelude to even closer Egyptian ties with the Soviet Union than before. For this very reason, if for no other, undue optimism as to the significance of the State Department reply to Rep. Halpern should, at least for the moment, be tethered 33S£HS£grg£?s£S A/ekhem Literary Sutxess &J Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1875. JJW Br HAROLD RIBALOW critics, who discuss h j m 1$ and textual., as tn "f^Jjl writings of Franz ££"8 other major writer, orJf J The Sholom AJeichem Jl ii.now to full swing. m £ vioui that the auibo?, J3 and skill in ncreat,„ g ,*3| now vanished have do* %  I to make him popular to r*2 who admire humor and fc^ J tragic implications of the „ pearance of European W Maurice Samuel has rent that, while many writeri! i left records of Russi.njJJ life, "none of them had ihuZ! terial gift for complete ad identification with the J which makes Sholom A_ unique. He wrote no great h, ramie novels in the mannerZ Balzac or a Tolstoy. He did 1 set out with the conscious L self-conscious purpose of 3 tmg it down for posterity'|j wrote because vi a simple qQ municative impulse, as raeti^ in a tavern or in a %  crowd. Nor did he try his 1 at solemn passages and themes, any more than do in a. casual, friendly'*! venation. But his Ian had an incomparable autl_ ity, and bis humor—he ii greatest of Jewish humoriiL and in the world's front raaVl was that of a folk, not of aifl dividual" %  i -'•'• '1 it SIGHT-SUING JOUR Here for Better or Worse Whether or not Nikita Khrushchev should ^7 !"!" T il l d '? ^ e Uni,ed S,a1es ** 'at is now m the fire. Barring any unforeseen development, the Soviet dictator will arrive in New York next Tuesday. Many persons have argued that Khrushchev s visit here will afford him the opportunity to see first-hand the manner in which Amer JhT^K ^l. 0 C me to Teahze ,hat <* of !" a %  ?** he makes about "capitalist decadence is pure propaganda. „ ,v We T ri U ly doubt ** he w s ignorant of these facts from the very beginning It Z hardly possible that the Soviet ruler will S !" P r e P a ,in g his Communist-brand charges when he returns home. wJ? T ent eru P tion Communist invasion rSfic 111 ^ OS ? r V es ,he Pto to* Khrushchev us not coming here to bury the hatched. except, whenever he can. in7e free H£R These considerations apart, the American JZtr ^ unil 7' disjointed, frenetic effort to establish liaison with Khrushchev on his ar nval requires measured comment The countless letters sent to the Soviet Embassy in the name of a host of c^anixations, many of them SEE*! 9 Um ? m re *"* toe* own 3 numbers, is a disgrace. maJ^L,^^ 7 K'Q 1 '*** toe fact that SgSry^ C rl an IeWS ailed to with the gmty and decorum befitting citizenship in Dr. Rosenberg's Resignation The Jewish community deeply regrets Dr. Benjamin B. Rosenberg's decision to resign as executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. His record during the six years of his tenure here as Federation executive speaks more eloquently for Dr. Rosenberg than can expressions of regret The achievement he scored in an increasingly successful Combined Jewish Appeal and in the coordination of an orderly process of community development tellingly emphasizes his capabilities Dade Jewry will miss. Nevertheless, we can not relinquish the opportunity of suggesting that, as a result o* his resignation. Greater Miami loses one of the nations most competent professional welfare leaders and that with Dr. Rosenberg's depar ure in November to accept the post of execuPhf. 0 n,H eCt0r f u B S,0n s Aliened JewLh Philanthropies the community must cope with hmfSHZ P re P Qr tog to welcome Dr. RosenMiami sadly waves adieu tolff w2??& it has lost cm unusuaUy abfe ,Sder ^ '^ this great nation. Such effort. „i. an unfavorable to^T2U*^!!!!2S divided rather man united ^ommumty the Envszfgg M-S more care should hoir-K-i ^ concerned. bui.y of a sa^Si^xs s ,h ri e possi more restraint exercised in W, ? ad ?' and opinion before a me^fna KOTK ng Jewish tainty. meeting had become a cerO NE of the greatest Jewish writers in the world was the Yiddish humorist Sholem Aleichem. whose birth 100 years ago is being celebrated in various countries throughout the world. Israel proclaimed this "Sholem Aleichem Year." In the United States, and in the Soviet Union as well. Sholom Aleichem's centenary is being marked with celebrations', wherever the Yiddish writer's work is known and read. Sholom Aleichem was the penname for Solomon Rabinowitz, who was born in Russia in 1859 and died in New York City. His works have been translated into scores of languages. In Russia alone, more than 3,000.000 copiesof his works were sold between 1917 and 1942. His son in-law, Y. D. Berkowitz, a brilliant stylist, translated Sholom •Aleichem's works into marvelous Hebrew, the result being that Sholom Aleichem's writings are equally popular in Israel as they are in other countries. The past decade has witnessed the startling return to grace of many writers who had been carelessly left in a literary limbo of indifference by readers who should have known better. In the United States in particular. Yiddish writers were not considered among the great writers of our time. But today, Sholem Alei. chem has become one of the few Yiddish writers whose works arc appreciated by the critics and read by the general mass of readers. As long ago as 1926. Alfred Knopf published a collection of Sholem Aleichem's stories in the translation of Hannah Berman, with an introduction by Dorothy Canfieli Fisher. But after that, Sholem Aleichem was more or less forgotten until 1943. when Maurice Samuel wrote his memorable "The World of Sholom Aleichem." which was also published by Knopf. • • • •ylR. Samuel's book revived inm torest in Sholom Aleichem. and one critic called it %  memorial to that world for generations injured and humiliated and now in the process of extinction." Ludwig Lcwisohn said of the book: -it has no tears; it has no cries." In 1946. Julius and Frances Biitwin translated 27 Sholom Aleichem stories, and published them in a book called "The Old Country." It was widely reviewed, and bought by some 50,000 readers, thanks to aggressive promotion by Crown. Soon thereafter. Frances Butwin offered a second selection of Sholom Aleichem stories, called "Tevye's Daughters a collection of the Yiddish writer's celebrated levye, the Dairyman, tales. Additional evidence of Sholom Aleichem's gifts was presented RJ PMcation of another handful of stories, published by Schoken. entitled "Inside Karsnl-vke." I„ 1952 Crown J_ n„ / ra o1 Ces Bu,win transit. Uon of a Sholom Aleichem novel about strolling actors, called wandering Star." More recently, the Modern UAeS,r ed a V Olun,eofSno '0'n Aleichem stones, with an inSTfiLi* ,he *•£ dav V fred J"* Md Noonurn* in K a ,0b,0Rra P hic > volrecall,", "S Sh ,om A1 *' cn !" nood Ann C ? eS his chil Sagas ACCORDING to Maurice ^* uel, Sholom Aleichem tf well known to millions of, can Jews snd, because lectures all over the UtJ States, be might be right iij judgment of Sholom Aleic popularity. Nevertheless, of his work is available in L, than that of any other h writer. There are recon made by prominent actors i retell with relish some of hit j| mous short stories. Plays on bis writings are perforttf successfully in the United Stittl His short stories are repriiaf| from time to time in ffltftjfl and anthologies. Russia and H rael have issued postage staaji in his honor. Saul Bellow an other significant American-Mi ish creative writer> have tratj lated his stories into English,aH frequently talk of his inflnaaj on their work and thought f-vorue subject of u* various Another great Yiddish will 1 Y. L. Peretz, has not HUM Sholon\ Aleichem's popaltJ| anywhere in the world, inchavl ing the United States. Metf^ Mochcr Sftrim. 4he grandfal of modern Yiddish literature. H so distant from the AmerKSJ Jew that the few books of M which have been translated %  English have made no infa and have won few readers, (fl Sholom Aleichem has reUmrfij substantial semblance of his m ularity in the English Iangu*|| This is due to his innate sen**! humanity, to his wry humor, ssl to the ftct that he represeatilj creative Jew at his best Dorothy Canfield Fisher, M died a few months ago, *^H 1929 about Sholom Aleirstfl that: "He is. let it be remeJ bered, the man who in the mil of horrors of pogroms and int* stnt persecutions, kept upJJ spiriU of his people by WTW Joyous comedy for them. A* they are the people who UuP* at these comedies and loved %  author for writing them. Sholom Aleichem's EuroH world has vanished, with 0 and with bloodshed We b writers like him today. But" can relish his work in the w ish language tnd hope that %  who write in English can, *• %  where along the line. gJ sights into Jewry from a stories, which hjive the of tmt literature for ••* non-Jew alike.



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Page 6-A 9-JmisHtr>rkiiar Federation Executive Makes Difficult Continued from Page 1-A i s ahead as new executive director of the Associated Jewish Philanthropies of Greater Boston, Mass. But nonle would warm him so much as the achievement he scored in Miami. Under Dr. Ros tnberii's can*.b*a leadership 'he Combined Jewish Appeal here | arc I to a high $1,800,000 in 1959 from $1,227,000 for CJA in 1953. the year of his arrival here. During this period, the face of the Greater Miami Jewish community virtually changed, with astonishing gains scored in the physical and philosophical structures of its local member agencies. Mt. Sinai Hospital was readying a new $8 million structure for occupancy in December. The Greater Miami Jewish Community Center added two branches to its burgeoning activities. Jewish Family and Children's Service expanded in scope to operate adoption and homemaker programs, also opening a branch o!fice on the Beach. Israel 1958: Dr. Rosenberg greeted by President and Mrs. Ben-Zvi. Jewish Home for the Aged applied for and was granted a prec edent-malcing $485,000 FM*. |-i n for expansion of its facilities. Bureau of Jewish Education continued along its path of taking under :ts wing the growing number of religious schools here. And Jewish Vocational Service, a new agency growing out of the programs of JFCS, joined the Federation family as an independent agency. TOll activity was symbolic of the growth of Dade Jewry. But it was also a sign of the capability of the community's central planning and fund-raising organ to stimulate the growth in an orderly and intelligent manner. And it was a tribute to Dr. Rosenberg's executive skills in the welfare field that this growth came to have maximum meaning for all. Where did his abilities develop that gave Dr. Rosenberg the means to coordinate the efforts of lay and professional leaders and to inspire the community? Dr. Rosenberg cant* here in 1953, following six years of distinguished service as the director of field service for the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds. In his capacity as director, he was responsible for the functioning of eight regional offices spanning the United States, and acted as consultant on all problems of community organization. Prior to his work with the National Council, he was executive director of the Jewish Community Council in Dayton. O.. from 1944 to 1947. where he was reFamily Compensation Plan to Cost Israel $$ JERLSALEM--Two members of the Knesset Israel's Parfirs "I '"I fa, !' erS f a ,0,a f 15 Ch dren — amoTg group ol first rec.p.en.s of special family allowances who attended a brie' ceremony this week in the office of the Minis,,,of Labor The nTw %  • Provides allowances, from Israel's Social Security program to Par! en:s with four or more children. H u ''*""-. 10 P ar I The two Knesset members were Dr. Kalman Kahane. of the Poale Agudal I.-rael. father of eight, and father of seven. The only Minister Shlomo Lorencz. of Agudat Israel, present at the ceremony for whom th.event was not entirely a happy after the elections the implementation of a decision taken by the government this year to float a compulsory loan for the absorption of new immigrants. child, ranging to I£10 (5.50) fer the eighth chile". The payments will be made in advance for a three-month period. AHhousih the -large familv" many Israelis view the rushing of pected to reach I £7.000.00. Each family, regardless of economic status, will rece-ve a monthly grant of Israeli pounds (S3.3C) for the fourth child, with amounts of each additional the implementation of this law as a "stint" to influence the current .November balloting. national election campaign for the Meanwhile, it was announced that the Cabinet had deferred until COMING TO NEW YORK? 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Johns Hopkin University, and m "ed ^ *" *1 served as a member of the facult) troea 1933 to 1938. He also And. so. too. will be the was a lecturer on community orFor Sam J. Heinian, electeT ganization an.i administration at June president of FedmS (he University of Dayton. "Dr. Rosenberg's res^natS For a time, he was engaged in ^1^ nSKTS *' 4 research work with the Maryland {!!' *Jj '"£* h s '* %  ZSZ • V.ne.ion R oom ond C onton. w C3J Swimming pool Seoutilul ground, and landscaped gardens. Rates from $8 „ Writ. William W. D^nelly. Q,,. M g,.' Ar... ih. U.S^. a nd ,„ HAWAII MASSAGLIA CREST OF GOOD LIVING JOSEPH MASSAGUA, JR.. r nt U m MASSAGLIA HOTELS %  • JANTA MONICA. CAIIF. Hetel Mireme, I LONt 0 ., 1 ;^*^ M "" ** 3T • LON6 IIACH, CAllf. H.I.I Will-, • SALIUP. N M. H.I.I |l |. h • Aiaugutagui, H ot.i F,. iK „ • otNvia. COLO H,I a„i L ,„, • WASHIN6I0N. 0 C. H...I MM* •' M ,?,". ,f0 D C ONN "•'•' -d • PIITSIUGH. PA. H.t.1 S.,.,, CINCINNATI. O. H.I.I Ji„„ • Nw YO.K CUT Hol.1 he. 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riday ., September 11, 1959 *Je*isti rkrkUtn Page 7-A %  —— f .,r> • sss i*^ Levi Eshkol (left), Israel's Finance Minister, will be featured tpeaker at the national conference for Israel in Chicago starting Friday, Sept. 18. Seen with Eshkol is Samuel Oritt, genial chairman with Jack A. Cantor of the Greater Miami Israel ond committee, and head of Miami's delegation to the Chicago conference. ond Executive loard to Meet [Executive board of the Greater liami Israel Bond committee will hid its first meeting of the fall Jason Wednesday noon at the Mlr.'.ich Federal Bank, it was! Lounced by Samuel Oritt and ^ck A. Cantor, general chairmen the Greater Miami Israel Bond: knmitwe. The meeting will laRe place prior the departure of the Miami delfcation'to the national conference lr Israel, to be held in Chicago t three days beginning Friday, j jpt. 18. Mr. and Mrs. Oritt head fiami's delegation. JMore than 750 leaders from the; kited States and Canada are exj pcted to participate in the Chi-! Ld conference, which will offilally inaugurate the fall cam-! Jign lor Israel Bonds. lOnti pointed out that the confer-1 tee will observe "a notable mile|nnc in the history of the Israel ond drive.'' He said that the Chi-J kgo parley would celebrate the Itainment of the $400,000,000 lark in total cash sales since the late of Israel floated its first pnd issue in the United States in Mr. 1951. Install Ireland Chief Rabbi DUBLIN—(JTA)—Dr. Isaac Cohen was installed as Chief Rabbi of Ireland in ceremonies at which he called on the Soviet leaders to allow Russian 'Jews to live under the same conditions of national and cultural independence afforded to other -Soviet minorities. Dr. Israel Brodie, Chief Rabbi of the British Commonwealth, attended the installation as did the Lord Mayor of Dublin, the Provost of the National University of Ireland members of the diplomatic corps. tambler in Show Here I American Motors was to preview 1%0 Rambler models for dealfro m 11 Southern states in a ^Rional meeting Thursday at thu liami Beach Auditorium. Dade to Mark Citizenship Day Virtually all Dade county civic organizations, under supervision of the Harvey Seeds Post of,the American Legion, are preparing to celebrate Citizenship Day on Sept. 17. Capt. Walter M. Frank, chairman of Harvey Seeds' citizenship committee, said thousands of people are expected to attend the affair at 8 p.m. in Bayfront Park Auditorium. Speaker will be Col. John McPherson, new commander of Homestead Air Force Base. The Legion Color Guard and drum and bugle corps will perform, and a Marine Corps drill team has been invited to participate, according to Capt. Frank. High Holiday Drive For Bonds Planned At Meeting Sunday Rabbis, presidents and Israel Bond chairmen of nearly every synagogue and temple in the Greater Miami area will attend the first meeting to plan the High Holiday effort of Greater Miami on behatf of Israel Bonds on Sunday evening, 8 p.m., in the Rubaiyat room of the Algiers hotel Announcement of the meeting was made by Dr. Irving Lchrman chairman of the Israel Bond Rabbinical Council, Joseph Cohen, High Holidays chairman, and Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Israel Bond chairman of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn. Gue*t speaker at the planning meeting will ba the new Consul from Israel for the Southeastern region, Moshe Leshem. Dr. Lchrman and Cohen pointed out that last year's High Holiday effort resulted in Miami's becoming the leading city in the United States in increased bond sales over the previous year. av^aaa**—> — %  %  %  They said that "Israel is now faced with the .consolidation of the economic gains scored in her first decade of independence. Her ability to continue to provide homes and employment for new immigrants, her ability to continue the expansion of the harbor of Elath on the Gulf of Aqaba, her ability to reclaim vast areas of the Negev, depend in large portion on U>8 sale of State of Israel Bonds." Miami's participation in the High Holidays effort for Israel Bonds is part of a gigantic drive by synagogues through tho United States as a traditional facet of their observance of Rosh Hishona and Yom Kippor. This yaar, Rosh Ha shona will be observed on Oct. 3 and 4, ushering in the Now Yaar 5720, and Yom Kippur on Oct. 12. An unusual feature of the assembly Sunday night will be the presentation of a program of Israeli and Hassidic dances by the noted interpretive dancers Judith Berg and Felix Fibich, who have appeared in major cities throughout the world. Unique in their dances, they have been acclaimed in Paris, New York, and London. There will be no admission charge and no solicitations. Noted religious interpretive dancersJudith Berg and Felix Fibich will be featured on the program of the assembly of congregation leaders Sunday night-at the Algiers hotel to discuss plans for this year's Israel Bond High Holiday effort. Workmen's Circle School Workmen's circle school opened Tuesday at 1546 SW 3rd st. School officials predicted a "vry successful" school year ahead. Zim Lines Offer Free Israel Tour NEW YORK—The Zim Israel Navigation Co., of Haifa, will offer a free eight-day holiday in Israel next Vlnter to passengers holding first class round trip tickets in their liners plying between Marseilles or Naples and Haifa, it was announced here by the AmericanIsraeli Shipping Company, U.S. representativti of the Zim Lines. The plan, intended to promote winter tourism in Israel, provides lor room with private bath or shower and full board free for eight days at a choice of first class hotels in Haifa. Tel Aviv, Herzaliya and Jersulam. An alternative pian olfers a free six-day stay at Israel's Red Sea resort of Elath, plus air transportation to and from Elath. The free stay in Israel is limited to the period from Nov. 1, 1959 Jo Feb. 28, 1960. but applies to passengers holding first class round trip tickets for any winter season sailing between Europe and Israel, the American Israel Shipping Company said Ocean passage will be aboard the'Zim Lines' newly-built, fully air-conditioned luxury liner S& Theodor Herzl. INSURED SAVINGS HOME FINANCING SAVE-BY-MAIL Oldest and Largest in Miami Beach iFEDERAL • -J SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Main Offices: Lincoln Rood it Washington Avtiwo %  fond** M*rtfc tfc.,. •rsMfci SOI Tin *••*, mtmmt IM* S*HI t.w. STIMIH Sih HNM •* %  **•" AMM* Swwy Met fe.xh, 1*0 twaay W* •!•••'< Chicagoan Joins Federal Staff Leonard A. Wells, of Chicago, this week joined the staff of Biscayne Federal Savings and Loan Assn. E. Albert Pa Hot, president, said Wells, a licensed attorney, will serve in the mortgage loan department. 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Pag* 8-A (i wiit f M TWb How to Carb Dworre* i s the topic of an address to be delivered bj Samael G. Knag, marriage limawtor aathor aad Jewish Flor idiaa coJammst. oa Friday. 2 pm.. at a meeting of the Tropical chapter American Medkal Crater, at the Mootmartre hotel. Kbag •** addressed as andieeee at the Bee n Center on Monday eve nine. He spake on Second Mar nages.'" ^^^^^ Blind Vets Cite B'nai Brith B lin de d Veterans Ian %  their .entwa in Miami Be-icn. selected B'nai Bnth I Grand Lad** for its Award ofOutstaadiag Sernec. The award is in recognition of the JtTttopmeat af jab appor tamMr the bbad Iba nugbaaf EHs6. T1winw. •* Fla•a. B'nai B'rrHi, in ccrtatwn. the **Aeroacm T fr r ny n new hr-appointed Ambassador of brcei to the United Stales, a shown amvixag at kilewdd Airport. N V rcm Tel AT-.T aboard an D Al Israel Asfcnes jet-powerec Bnwnnja. A cc o cr. pcny-.ac Hcr=csi enrouto to bis new post were his wise Zenc. end coe oi then three children. Dane. 3Harman Arrives Here As Israel Ambassador NEW tWt tffBi lmari reUtwe* with -.he laded States are -ca a firm aad swhd basis af fneadsbap aad aade estaa d—f~ aad At* %  are to cwatmee craw. Avrafcam Harm i a. aewty-appamted Israeh Ameassader to the I'mted States, declared apea has irr^i. here thxs week ta assaaae his aew past a V Mr Harmaa farmer Israeli Caas^Uieaeral in \ew York aad. a are receatfy. a member f the Jewwa Agency eeatr*e a Jerwyiie-.^. isw-ed that -the peepir af --*;. BN Bwhj iwar* ef the tree TT7ri Cm mm meaaang of Unatec Skahn fneadwtB baal ats first BHIIBM af the m r i%  Wilbam G. Tbompaon (right) and Lao Axtrod receive an < from the Baaded Veterana Assn. citing B'nai Bnth for its Biind-in-mduatry program. Tbompaon. post oi namingo Lodge, is chairman and o ri gi nat or of the proaraar Azirod newly-elected president oi the world ccrrjniaee the phyaacaDy handicapped. Gurion Branch The award will be baas; in the DHUH.1 5 beadeaarters in Koaaake. Ya. Leo Aitrod. chairman of the Bnai B'ruh committee on empioyBMat of the handicapped aad p re -n d eut -e l e u of the world eome oa mp io ymtat af the h an dic a pped. meanwhile aaaaaared Wednesday the receipt of a cablegram froat Rone froan the World Cosnctl far the Welfare af the Mad which read has Youth Report Summer Period Reports of youth actmties far the sanuner period were made this week at an initial meeting of the Greater Miami board af di r ector s of the B'aai Brith Youth Organ VI Lee Sandier D •-.ct newspaper editor. rc rdastarbed children at CSeveiaad. O.. a B aa; Bnth philanthropy Matcfcel awBl < reriewtdl report of the BBYC Jewim taaa committee


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joy, September 11, 1959 +t*a*tolirhr*tian Page 9-A' House Debates Blockade of Canal WASHINGTON—-A member of the House Foreign Affairs fVMnmitlee charged in a debate in the House of Representatives this £ek that "nothing affirmatively has been done by the President or State Department" to open the Sue* Canal to Israel shipping and arpo. The member, Rep. Leonard Farbstein, New York Democrat, warned that "unless the President shows that we will take strong measures to stop this piracy, a |VS Board lears Report I Board meeting of Jcwisfi VocaJ. urth < !" fligraUon might erupt." ana 'service was to be held He called on the Wh Ile House to Krsday 8 p.m., at the McAll.s"** "PPOrl of the President's h ip| pledge on Suez that '"any re" ol newed violation by Egypt should [To submit reports were Barney i be dealt with firmly by the society Lrnstcin. administrative commitof nations." %  Maurice H. Hvman, member! Rp. Charles A. Boyle, Illinois p; Mrs. Meyer Baskin, person-j I practices; Clemen H. Ehrlich, rkshop payroll; and Dr. Mi}ael Goodman, JVS executive dor, semi-annual report. fficers of the organization are yd IRuskin, president; Sam Heiman, honorary president; s. Meyer Baskin, Mrs. Charles Democrat, told the House that the World Bank should withhold a lean to the United Arab Republic for widening of the canal until "the saber-rattling Colonel Nasser" respects intornatienal agreements on canal transit. fact that Israel today is loo well established to be harrassed." Rep. Herman Toll, Pennsylvania Demoeft,-ee4d: "Every member of Congress should join these members in urging a change in policy to take place in support of the little nation which has fought for Western democracy." Bep. Seymour Halpern, New York Republican, said: "The free world cannot continue to condone a brazen violation of a United Nations decision and of international law. We favor, of course, the improvement of relations between the United States and the United Arab Republic. We ask-, however, that the UAR observe its obligations and respect the rights of other peoples." Rep. Roman Pucinski, Illinois inberg. Albert J. Hirsch, Dr. Democrat, asked the House: "What sort of international society do we live in when the dictator of Egypt can approach' the World Bank and ask for additional funds on one hand, when on the other, he is denying the use of the canal [ialeah Reform Jewish Congreto the gallant people of Israel?" lion will hold a membership! He expressed hope that President %  ty Saturday evening at the Eisenhower would take firm acagregation, 1150 W. 68th St., j tion "so that once and for all Mr. Ilm Springs. Nasser is going to recognize the i Spirer, vice presidents; emrn J. Ehrlich, treasurer; Mrs. fgene Heiman, secretary. mbership Party Saturday Soviet Jews In Hot Water JTA—By Direct Teletype Win LONDON—The Jew in the Soviet Union today is "quite safe provided he behaves as a good Communist, suppresses his emotions about Israel, and is prepared to integrate completely with Soviet society," the Times of London said Tuesday in a long review of the Jewish postiion within the Soviet Union. The paper declared that the political influence of the Jews in the Soviet Union had "completely dis| appeared, "although it noted Jews I were still prominent in other i branches of Soviet life such as nuj clear science, literature, and sports. Basically the Time* declared the Soviet state demands from the Jews unquestioning subservience and support of all its policies and actions. Communism is anti-Jewish in the sense that it opposed all religions, the paper noted. It is anti-Jewish in the political sense because it follows an antiIsrael policy, it added, but it is not anti-Jewish on any racial principle. Premier Nikita S. Khrushchev, the paper declared, is thus "caught between two fires on these vital issue. He denounces anti-Semitism, but he appears to practice it." The Soviet leader, the Times added, "is quite becoming more and more aware of the attachment of many Russian Jews to Israel." IEN TO TEL AVIV GOLDEN JUBILEE! h' is Tel Aviv's Golden Jubilee I**"", and a golden opportunity for ?" to enjoy flying at its finest. j-LM will speed you non-stop across fte Atlantic on a luxurious, fourhgme DC-7C (Kosher foods avallNe on all flighta). Then go direct > Tel Aviv. Or turn your trip into grand tour with the KLM stopper plan. Visit London, Paris, Frussels, Vienna. Rome, and a host other historic cities-et no extra id trip to Tel Aviv: $847.70 fonomy, $1,398.80 First Class. %  vice from Houston and New l\, £Se your trvel agent or VI %  M: c lunihuB Hotel, 308 rn ir* Street Mi mi > Florida, [Kanklui 3-8455. Monticello Names New Staffers Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum has been appointed permanent cantor at Monticello Park Congregation. He will chant all Holy Day and Sabbath services, as well as lead the adult and junior choirs, a congregation rnnouncement revealed Wednesday. Cantor Kirschenbaum previously held posts in several synagogues in Greater Miami, and received his training locally and in Chicago. Appointed .second cantor and Torah reader at Monticello Park is Cantor Moses Weiss. Abraham Silverman will act as permanent sexton. Together with Rabbi Max Lip schitz, recently-named spiritual leader, the congregation's staff is now offering a full program of worship, including daily services. 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%  Page 10-A yJewl&ntrMten Friday. Septe^ Hi [M 1 3 s &f 5 L 6 1 E> 18 u T 0 n %¡ HH ^ _A "s T A 3 (i w "I K T 15 W 6 "s u G 18 L *D a 21 2Z s l 23 *E X E 2> anL_afl |T [~H O Is "HI O| H" 1 NAME ADDRESS CITY PHONE STATE COINWORD PUZZLE NO. 10 WORTH $190 If there are no correct solutions to the previous week's puzzle Otherwise prize returns to beginning $100 Jackpot. If you wish to subscribe to The Jewish Floridian check the square and your paper will start immediately. Subscription price is LI $5 per year. Q $10 for 3 years Regular subscribers are eligible for i.irg**prizes. See rules. DEADLINE THIS WEEK SUNDAY MIDNIGHT, SEPT. 13 Cut along the dotted line, paste on a 3-cent postcard and mail to COINWORD Editor, The Jewish Flondian. P.O. Box 2973. Miami I, Fla. CLUES ACROSS 1—During a bridge tournament, a card often calls for an official ruling. 8— If a panicky scramble delays lifeboat launching from a sinkShip, the may cost unnecessary lives. 10—It's not a good thing for a very fat person. 11—In a cabin cruiser that away, a fugitive might elude his pursuers. 12—YOU and I 13— oi liquor in convicts' cells would stir up investigation. IS—Comparative suffix. 17—If a woman a puppy in her coat aboard a plane, she might foul the stewardess 20—Part of the foot. 23—Dried out. 24—A dictator who criticism in a newspaper is soon at odds with the publisher. 2ft—Putting greens can be kept in nod shape if the keeper them properly 27—It seems cruel, the way a cat tantalizes a mouse in its CLUES DOWN 1—A person who is n>o upset bv criticism can't enough words for self-defense. 2—Suffix, pertaining to. 3—It takes courage to endure dire ones without losing cheer. 4—Greek letter. 5— of money will bring unexpected problems. 6—One. 7—Self. 9—Many old ones make equally good sense today. 10—His small brother admires the way a cadet a rifle over his shoulder. 11—A girl with a prim, sharp manmi is poor competition for a girl. 14—A row. 1ft—After a holdup, the thug may abandon his car and try -<\ ffal to escape pursuit. 18—A prospective tenant may be lost if the landlord won't modify his terms in the 19— The of a man's love is rarely understood by a spoiled, selfish woman. 21—Draft animal. 22—Reverberate. 25—Otfspring. %  V WORD LIST AN I '. I BE -' DEATH I'l-IITH KCHO EtHl KR Kxrisi s KXOITEB HOI.D H'.I.K HINTS IC LAWS LEASE I EAST I -i K4H I.' iTS \iisi-'.\.-i:i' MISPLAYED MfSTKR Ml ITKli "X PI PINTS RI'CTH i\' RL'BBH SAW'S SI.KI: RMXUfl SMfOGI.ED KNI riULEU BODA m IDH si PA SON s. IWH .-'IT:AI.S ST I: A. MS STRAINS STRAITS sri'TKi.N U EATER SWEET Eft SWINOS TIER TOH W B EXPLANATION TO PUZZLE NO. EXPLANATIONS ACROSS words %  BCAN i IV. ; the I "" "" la .,II ih. I ivi wli M I.' > %  ivi -i: to :_.. MLHI I srlth bliina him. I ihal the I. In ii.in. I, ii. i arnai %  ml hand vashlna: ,, %  %  %¡ s c A NITI IIN G n N E W k A U S ED V A L n < R El E Kill E vn BD D C L E w s O V F E< "B* n D il S!MI A! LE i! TI n • n -CI-MH Q U E'MEI T! U M 1. D nnrrn n m 1 NC Owl Rl llN^l Sl | K 1 D SlH 5 OOTI l.rtk not | nl ,,„,,,, ui '"nlti„ W IIITlW. „-,. .!*" fJ ill... m rot* i ..,, 30—"Marions .„i, < write, and empt) th far than II,. o|'lnl..iu ihM h \. r.l .1 I \K. in wortl tl h.-i ins hi i Hi II %  hi .. I Iil'ill.n's p up nt ii's taaasl .in i tiiinin |n Copyright Rules for the COINWORD Contest II..11 In ;ini I III." %  •• %  ........... mlanl know sot i eu 17 'M...I.to !•• la UM ,M not I..made Jo [eel DIM\i vi. at in.' belna tope n n DISMAL mean* oVpr* I. %  J"ffful I" I. '• I /'./•""Vi'l^MVY to burden %  child DWMAi ,,ii,,-„ %  would ba •' ""'•• ,. feellnf foi .• i MM wno ,-.l r.i be lopa in hi> i BUS BIM H" .ii. In I make I .... TI'MID apeechea Cflaural iHimpoua, bombaetlcl would annoy ... (.ho don'l ilk. -"ii*-' candidate TlMlP speeches would be more llkel} lo bore, IBM '" .inn."-. listener* \i..-i rhlldren lova i" fondhj • n'RRT kitten: Ifa the aoN feel .4 the Kilt that the) Ilka Often the U laajl na • >, and not PI'TUtT rl" P ''•' would ii-PCRRINO fcltien. rather than PI Kliv "in I. meana raatmthe ..iin.| "f i l'l'Klt \ mov ima ii too ni if n W'Ki\i Ifl ,1 II. v .i rrlea • in motional) ', .i man .Ii RUI \'i : %  al a nl'i '-' %  SO—A devoted fun •! man looka for%  rard to Ihe KIDS awaltlna hla %  than one Kiss ulth ihll 'r.n nahins t.. Kiss h in. i%  arell .i v hla arlfa, EXPLANATIONS DOWN • .IKI:I:|I la better. A niil with %  ,..i even t iv to keep n i rr.l.i'.l'. aha mavj %  || in A t %  > -II > I. Ill Bttl Inn*. Mrlnjo hair haa .i tendency to HtrBgie in NH i^iis and i fill haa .i herd time keeplna it nmi.-r apntrd ; Some rhlldren can work with ill.KK f..r hourw, iiin-tlnsthing* tosrether Thej are more likely to be UHliut |Mal e, ... i lnijis m I than OLt'E. irhlrn i* uaoally uaed tor hi .i vlei duty." I The NEWS nf her --i. k eel make Ita owner trary upael Such NEWS would nf courae rome from the \.t where the oal had been taken. might n'li be m> MEWS from a sick eat; many <>f them havi %  I, ml. in ) If left .ilnn. to Cl .i I nff somewhere end hi.!.', noi maklnsi a S.lllll.1 12—If you POKE a man who'a -..iiinl % he lllieht Well t.e put out; It'a not a pleaaanl waj to be awak* -ii.-.I if yon WOKE Mm, II M-ouM depend on clrcumetanre-s whether he nnoyed He m keid to ha waJti n. .1 ..i %  -; eclflc time IS—Ahs CHARTER poncerelng the rlieht> ..f otltiara la not I oual) by aoma i pie Dlctato countrlea, r of racket-ridden unions n inn. -re th< i ndplea of their constitutions CHATTER la Idle Cedars Ladies To Hear Review "The Century of the Surgeon," by Jurgen Thorwald, will be reviewed for the Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Auxiliary Tuesday by Dr. Peritz Scheinberg, professor rf neurology at the University of Miami. The meeting will be held* at the %  Syrian Lebanon American Club, 2626 SW 3rd ave., at 12:30 p.m. Mrs. Nathaniel Levin is president of the group, and Mrs. Herschel is in charge of programming. Groundbreaking for the voluntary community non-profit nonsectarian hospital, which will comprise a part of the Metropolitan Miami Medical Center, is scheduled for November. 3 x eonteetant may unbuilt an many entiles aa he wishes nn the blank arlnted In this paper, but no am timn one i Ka< I -u.,i. „.„,/ facsimile of the puasle. No mechanb ally rajproaleead (printed, mlnwois] .if the meHSMKe will be accepted, unless Issued h> thl : 4 |-,, submit an entry, the contestant should attach th mpkttad rent postcard and mail II In time to reach the (WINWORD The lewlah Plorldlan before mldnlaht of the Sunday evenlnx follom. 4 ^ twin of that weeks puxale No entries received after that th ... hs^j .1 or delivered by hand, will he declared eligible. Tou may mall rouraj "' emiiml I In the mail. in an envelope If you wish. This paper la not reaponsihle i. j._The Jewish Klorldlan will award a Ntckpot prlae to ihe lnnrof( vv i iltli puaale If more than one wlnnlna answer Is re. • Ived, tbi a% be .iivnie.i equally among the arkanere. If no correct aolutl.i, will We added to the next week's prlae. There Is only one correct solution to the COINWORD pilule -^, that correct answer can win The decision of the Judges I contestants agree t. abide by the Indues' decision. All • i ies brt property .-f this paper <>nlv one prlae will be awarded lo a famlh a ..—Entries must 1mailed lo the rolNWORD editor of Th. No entries can be returned. The %  .uie.-t answer of ea. h puu> publlahed In Th. lewlah Klorldlan. 8.—Regular subscribers to The Jewish Klorldlan who win will recen pi tat tanus. Memorial Service Scheduled Al Hyman P. Galbut. president of the Greater Miami Jewish Ceme-j tery Assn., announces that the association will sponsor its third UtnosJ public memorial service Sunday. Sept. 27. at the Jewish section of Woodlawn Park Ceme%  tery. 3260 SW 8th st., at 11 a.m.. and at Mt. Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery. 1125 N'vV 137!h St., at 2 p.m. It has been customary in the *tfd£% past for this .memorial service to be scheduled on the Sunday be-, twees. Ko>h Ilashpna and Yom Kip pur." Galbut said. since Rosh Hishona falls tUfl nn Saturday and Sunday ist| Kippur eTe the following it would be impossible for i •o be held on that day. "The association t herds' scheduling these service; ta] held Sept. 27. the Sundav Rosh Hashona AUGUST BROS R V/ ^ li the BEST' i I:\I.\ VIKMT m;\i I ITS SLEEP EDUCATION HOW TO ACHIEVE LIFELONG AMBITIONS A SUCCESS MEETINGS TUES. AND THURS. EVENINGS 8:00 P.M. FREE LECTURE 306 N.W. 271* AVENUI Phone NE 5 %  '. -X—*wwwwwwww TWI.\ CITY UM.ASS CO. 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toy September 11, 1959 -JewismlTcridHan Page 11-A sly Day seating committee of Temple Ner Tamid. Left [iqbi are Ben Marin, coordinator, Ezra Feingold, memberrman, and Aaron Eisenstein, seating chairman. :fress to Head Brotherhood Fete lu -, IRK— Cornelia Otis Skin [ -s and author, has been Lnr.uonal chairman of BrothV.'eek to be observed next Hj to 28, sponsored by the Lnat Conference of Christians I Jews. announcement was made Saturday by Benjamin F. ess, former board chairman l S. Steel Corp.; Lewis L. |ss, former U.S. Secretary of neice; and James F. Twohy, Coast industrialist, co-chair-^ lof ne National Conference. I the first time that a %  n has been designated to tV national Brotherhood oNervance first celebrated in 1934. Previous chairmen of Brotherhood Week have included Harold E. Strassen, John G. Winant, Robert P. Patterson, Nelson A. Rockefeller, John L. Sullivan, Eric Johnston, Roger W. Straus, Thomas E. Braniff, Ben Duffy, Harold E. Stassen, John G. WiSeltzer, and George B. McKibbin. 'Accept Our Quilt,' Bonn Official Declares BONN-(JTA)-Germans were told Mondav by Dr. Eugen Gerstenmaier, president of the Bundestag (Lower House of Parliament), that w !" ust !" member and "accept our guilt" for the atrocities of World War H. The political leader spoke over one of the country's principal radio networks, in commemoration of the outbreak of World War II 20 vears ago. "Unless we accept our guilt," said Dr. Gerstenmaier, "we Qr> L mans do not deserve u.e opporiun COIICireCICltlOli Hy for repentance." | • %  *'' m Appoints Cantor Kindergarten Class to Open Tifereth Israel Sisterhood will launch the fall term of kindergarten on Sept. 14 at the Center, 6500 N. Miami ave. Classes consist of play school and religious training for preschool children. HOLY DAY SERVICES ongregation Beth El 500 S.W. 17th AVENUE, MIAMI U : RECENTLY BEEN COMPLETELY AIR-CONDITIONED Services will be Conducted and Chanted by our distinguished It A Hill SOLOMON SCHIFF P Philip Berkowitz, President and the Rabbi, Officers and Directors of the Congregation EXTFN'D TO THEKR MEMBERS AND FRIENDS BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY. HEALTHY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR • Enjoy Individual Soft Opera Seats • Free nursery service for small children *kile, parents are praying • free Junior Services for Children ages 6 to 13 Mi*>. Seatu Still Irailablv! 1m*t Yours Now! Additional High Holiday Service.. NUSACH SFARD. at the Beth El Auditorium. Seats at lower prices. lernbership in our Congregation offers many idvantages for you your children and entire family JOIN NOW AND BENEFIT! FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL FR 9-3004 Germany would gain nothing," he continued, "if the Germans were to forget this historic burden of guilt. The Germans, moreover, cannot expect their opponents of World War II to forget everything. Forgetting the German guilt would neither consolidate our alliance with the West, nor lead to a positive relationship with Poland and the ether Eastern states." The Bundestag President told the German people in his broadcast: "It is a miracle that we escaped by the skin of our teeth" after the war ended. Meanwhile, in Karlsruhe, the Federal Supreme Court, West Germany's highest tribunal, knocked down the doctrine that Nazis guil| ty of brutality under the Hitler regime had "acted under duress." In a Supreme Court decision seen here as establishing a highly ; significant precedent, the court ordered the retrial of two ex-members of the Gestapo who were shown leniency at a trial at Wiesl baden two years ago. when a lowier court accepted their pleas of : "duress." In the Wiesbaden trial, one of. the men, ex-Gestapo officer Hein-; [ rich Lorenz, was acquitted. The I second, Waldemar Biafeld, received a two-and-a-half-year prison sentence. Both were accused of I aiding the deportation of elderly %  Jews from Wiesbaden during | World War II. Rejecting their claims of duress, the High Court maintained fthat "duress could be claimed I only if the individual's own life J had been in danger." The court %  held that the Gestapo was a "terror organization'' aiming at quash* ing anti-Nazi resistance, and that Gestapo officers engaging iri brutality were "solely responsible for 1 their, acts." Cantor Rudolph Brill has been, engaged to officiate at regular Sabbath services, as well as High Holiday services, of the newly-chartered Hebrew Congregation of Coral Gables, 1827 Ponce de Leon blvd. | Friday evening services this week are at 8:15 p.m., with Saturday services slated for 8:30 a.m. Rush Hashona and Yom Kippur services will be held at the Masonic Temple, 41 Valencia ave.. Coral Gables. Registration is open on weekday Dr. Melvin M. Newman, of New York, associate professor of surgery at the State University of New Yorkmedical center, has assumed the duties of chief surgery at the free-care National Jewish Hospital in Denver, Colo. evenings from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m., and on Sunday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. State Dept. OK's Free Passage Continued from Page i-A used as a blockade instrument | against Israel. Rep. Halpern later wrote Secretary Herter, calling his attention to the views put forth ir. the letter to the Bank. Replying officially, .Macomber said that "the government of the | United States firmly supports the principle of freedom of transit through the Suez Canal as an international waterway. You may be %  Stared that whenever the occai sion permits, we continue to avail ourselves of opportunities for setj ting forth our views in this re{gard in various appropriate international agencies, including the World Bank." Mr. Macomber said that "we continue to hope that aided by the counsel of the United Nations and of other friendly countries, including the United States, progress to ward solution to the problem of the present restrictions on transit j of the canal can be achieved." Fiddler's First Anniversary Nearing his first anniversary as maestro of the Singing Strings at King Arthur's Court s Frankie ; Matthews, violinist who's been | performing here since 1924. A Phil; adelphian. Matthews has been at the Miami Springs Villas five years. His first four were spent in the New Orleans room, and he took over musical chores in the Court when it was opened last September. The Orthodox Beth Din Of Greater Miami PROCLAIMS 1. THE FOLLOWING WHOLESALE MEAT HOUSES IN Gilt ATM MIAMI AtE UNDER THf SWUVISIOM Of THE BUM DIM AND ALL MASHGICHEM COMPLY WITH THE HIGHEST STANDARDS OF THE BETH DIN. C0RT PACKING COMPANY OF MIAMI GEORGE LAZARUS INC. WILSON AND COMPANY — • — 2. THf FOLLOWING KOSHER POULTRY HOUSES Ml UNDfff THf SUPERVISION Of THE BETH DIM: ADLER'S MARKET Shochet, Rev. Schechter ABE'S MARKET Shochet, Rev. Shapiro LAPOW'S MARKET Shochet, Rev. Fruchter BERMAN'S MARKET Shochet, Rev. Hecht 3. All Kosher Poultry Slouuht %  red By These S hoc h tin. Art Idee tiled By A ltd A White Ring "PIUMBA" of the BITH DIN. The BETH DIN Is Net ItteeNsiblt And Can Ntt Guarantee Tilt Kashruth Of Any Other Poultry, Beth Locally Or Oet Of Tew* Slaughtered. -•4. THE FOLLOWING RETAIL KOSHER MEAT MARKETS ARE UNDER THE SlIftKVISIOM OF THE BETH DIN. FENSTER'S KOSHER MARKET MIAMI BEACH GEWIRTZ KOSHER MARKET MIAMI BEACH GREEN'S KOSHER MARKET MIAMI BEACH MENDELSOHN AND SON MIAMI BEACH SILVER'S GUT KOSHER MIAMI BEACH QUALITY MARKET, MR. CHIEL MIAMI -• — 5. THE FOLLOWING CATERERS, RESTAURANT & BAKERY ARE UNDtK THE SUPtKVIilOM Of THE BETH DIM: EDEN ROC HOTEL CATERING ONLY DEAUVILLE HOTEL CATERING ONLY CROWN HOTEL CATERING ONLY ROYAL HUNGARIAN KOSHER RESTAURANT JABIL'S STEAK DEN SUNSHINE BAKERY -•THE ORTHODOX BETH DIN OF GREATER MIAMI IS THE RABBINIC ARM OF THE COMMUNITY VAAD HAKASHRUTH SPONSORED BY THE ORTHODOX CONGREGATIONS OF GREATER MIAMI. THE BE TH D IN IS SERVING THE JEWISH COMMUNITY ON MATTERS OF KASHRUTH AND OTHER RELIGIOUS COMMUNAL FUNCTIONS FREE OF CHARGE MEMBERS OF THE BETH DIN RABBI H. LOUIS ROTTMAN RABBI DAVID LEHRFIELD RABBI HERSHEL SAVILLE RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF RABBI TIB0R H. STERN



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Page 12-A +Jewisi> fhrkMar Friday. Septenxbei U.19 • Jewish Religious Life in Soviet Virtually Dead By DAVID MILLER _^ ttGCO — .TTA— Reliiiouj life zmomi H*fS of the S ai^ra<><. i claims b> authorities of the reedom. ;he far. remains that circuir,. rare, if performe'J at a eremonies at mairiafa • nnkno*. emotes at funerals are abrupt an.l only occasiataiiy observed Bar Mitzvahs have disappeared corap ssan Jewish youth has ever seat phylartenes. religious instruction on an mo*e patriotism among the youth Soeee^TS IAU1 Akll BECKER Rabbi Becker Resigns Pulpit Rabbi Are Becker, spiritual leader of Beth Raphael Conereea•m pulpft to ac-hotoni -e in Memphis. Tenn. Rabb; Becker was spiritual leader of Beth Raphael Cor, tion for years ad as per represer the late Rabbi '.'. !rr;e. Dr Isaac Herzog. to the Jewish communi-, ties of Europe %  North Africa, vhere he lectured on Jevusa law and lore. Following World War II. Rabbi Becker was instrumental in establishing the first educational schools in the D.P. camps of West Germany. He was one of the leaders in the underground activities of the Zionist-Revisionist youth groups in and outside of Palestine. Rabbi Becker received his religious education in the reknown Talmudical Academies of Baranoirhtg and Wilno. and later in Israel, where he was ordained as rabbi. Here he attended the University of Miami, where he received a BA in human relations and psyter'g degree in clucation. He also attended the Jew i s b Theological Seminary. *her he is working towards a Doctorate. Rabbi Becker is a member of the Rabbinical As,-embly of America, and of the Greater Miami Rabbimcal Assn. led basis is offered any where ia the Soviet Union to Jewsh youth. The number of synagogues has steadily decreased since the end of World War II. deffx-ial claims that the number has doubled since the Revolu a**. So new construction for reUgioas purposes is permitted. The synagogues still in especially the ones Hi areas usualfy vsr'ed by tourists—are in good repair and prominently display tne Star of David. However, Soviet Jews have long suffered from a lack of prayr books, praver snawls, religious calendars, candle holders and other symbols of Jewish re'igious life. But these shortages alone do not account for the decreasing participation in religious activities. Among the moat important factors £ %  *JP.* !" l *"*!—• ** K lack of any organization of In the Soviet Union no one can soeak for the Jews as a group. Mama there is a rabbi or a synagogue, there is some kind of a rallying point. But that interest must be strictly religious — not social or community As such, the Jew* have little in formation about ether Jews not only in the Soviet Union but else where in the world. No newspaper or magazine serves Jewish interThe only information available comes from official sources like Pravda or its regional editions or. in a much more limited manner, from tourists or from letters abroad The elimination of strictly Jew i>h organizations has also resulted in a steady decrease in the continuity of Jewish traditions and cusA young Jew. influenced in his early years by Communist youth groups in the schools, can learn only from his parents .someimpossible to estimate how much home instruction remains. No one talks about it. • pe for any segment of the Jewish population. In the Soviet Union today there are no Jewish community councils, no relief groups, no synagogue sisterhoods, no young people's clubs—nothing that can be identified as Jewish. All energies are vaguest ideas of their religion or channeled into state approved acof the age-old customs of their peomines Jews are alleged to be &* %  few speak Yiddish and almost a distinct national group but do none know Hebrew or the ritual of not have the right to organize prayer. That second factor—the absence of young people in the synagogue —is serious and could effect the whole future of Soviet Jewry. Young Soviet Jews have onlv the themselves in any way. Adath Yeshurun Slates Services Temple Adah Yeshurun will hold High Holiday services at Carpenters Hall. 625 NE 131st St., No. Miami Services will be conducted by Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan and Cantor Jacob Goldfarb Registrations for Hebrew and Sunday school are being taken BOW, and school will start Monday. A regular congregation meeting took place Tuesday at Arthur Mattel's. Plans for a new building to be erected on land which has been recently purchased were aired at the meeting. Miami's Wall St. Synagogue (ORTHODOX i for the Business District !H OX 7.4 Ave. Ft e-1514 Room 215 Professional Bldg. Mincha Service 12:30-1:00 p.m. Daily Except St"rdav Si Sun-lav "I am a Jew, yes," an 18-yearoW engineering student admitted on Gorky st., "but I'm not sure what that means, I feel something in my heart bat don't speak to me in Yiddish because I c'on't know more than a dozen words." He was working hard to perfect his English. He refused an offer to join this reporter at Sabbath services the following day. In not sure where the synaB* said. "I doubt if any of my friends know either. But I'll be glad to show you around aw." At 18. he could not remember ever having been in a synagogue Yet he said both parents were "pretty religious Jews" who tried to talk to him occasionally about what it meant to be a Jew. At the same time, his identitycard removed any doubt as to the official Soviet view of his notionalit) No matter what he thought or how much it ill-fitted him. the card reads Jew." The only ones who manage to attend synagogue services these days are the old people. Soviet Jews are still afraid that they may be forced to move from various parts of the USSR to Birobidjan. the so-called Jewish autonomous republic in Siberia. Soviet Jews talk little about Birobidjan never come They prefer not to the matter at all and to dlsrumors of Jewish removal to Jews, however, u bcUevaH "! in as fabrications but the almost, nil. TO l! > "ruruers persist. •• Twice the sixe of. New Jersey, Birobidjan, ts the only place in the Soviet Union today whore Yiddish can be found on street signs, where a Yiddish-language newspaper — the twice-weekly, "Birobidianer Shtern"—survives and where a segment of Yiddish tradition remains. But Yiddish has disappeared from schools and Russian is used more than Yiddish for everyday conversations. The Yiddish theater is closed and only one makeshift building remains in use as a synagogue. The official Soviet policy has changed frequently toward Biro,;,IKIII ai the power struggle in Moscow continued. Since its creation in 1934. Birobidjan has gradually slipped into complete disfavor During the purge of 1936 and 1937. many Jews were arrested and some shot. The library'. which had contained more then 30.000 Yiddish and Hebrew vol ume.v was destroyed. Many rare books were burned. The Yiddish theater and schools were closed. A case in point is tne cancellation mark u-e-i on postage from Birobidjan. The stamp used todaybears the letters "JAO" for Jewish Autonomous O blast (Province). Previously, the postmarks read District of Birobidjan." the fifth change since the first Jewish fam-. ilies arrived. The first postmark was in Yiddish. The living standard, never high, has failed to rise above the subsistence level. The cultural level, which also was n
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Friday September 11. 1959 Services This Weekend +Jelshtk>rkMar) Page 13-A I.OATH Vt.HURUN. 17080 Colllne |s D *' r-rwtiw. Canter lit Ooldfsrb. Conservative. .OMDATH ISRAEL 701 Carlyle ave. aaae Ever. NSHE EME8. 25M W 1tth ava. 1'Kn.ervative. MaKwall Sllberman, president lacTH DAVID. 1435 8W 3rd ave. Con. %  "LrVativa. Rabbi Yaafcev Roeenberg. Cantor William W Lipaon IWirdaV 9 •"> %  nar Mltmvah: Joel, Kn if Mr. and Mrs. Ja*k Qeyer. BroKh.r David Oeyer will he re-affirmed TCd >.re~nt Prayer Book to Jack In the name of Beth David Sisterhood. F TH EL MO 8W 17th ave. Orthodox. aabbi Solomon Sehiff. Y ? a ,v 6 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a_m. Ser„„„': "Weekly Portion. 1 IETH EMETM. 12290 NW 2nd ava. Conservative. Rabbi David W. HerM n. Cantor Hyman Fain. IETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ava. Orthodox Rabbi H Loula Rottmait. %  Vriday 6:1' P '" Saturday 8:45 a.m. ermon: "Weekly P ortio n." ,ETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington YJicbrew (—cut trtallon 1 1 D v n n f $ fj |;V?ni nxnp nxxoj nrn r t T : T : I • • T : T \ CANDLEUGHTING TIME 8 Elul — 6:10 pan. TV T I "T his? 1 ?! -iDsa ivfrft ram *: : T : ~ f %  T: rsa rn nan .rvwVpna ?j? NVI ,D*tfDn nisnsj?n nrn 1 ? n^xn D-atoft rrn •; T T T T T 3.i .in^xm toy nxt *?D3 T T : 'V TiD' "7S7 mD3 DK U3 : T T : v T p-p *6 Dill ,n'3-piDiKip IJK ,mx^i?nn -gag "73 nx ona -rnxa n^ya fla-inn ta'atfrnan •?# rniasyn nnsnri n^tfrrryizn noam 3JI irVaft nrnaa DJ HD" 1 T I T %  v T .rrrna-m Tirnaa %  ntena or? -ipaaJ '? on"? -Tn'x 1 ?* hiaa •fl'^pm rniasja |tii (HNSMTSON iV*0, ***>""tOI Tiber Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamchee. D r "'"}'.,. ,:1D t p, ?i Saturday 8:30 a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Mark, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham M. Here;man. Sermon: A Orneration for War and Peace." %  E.TH RAPHAEL. "iSt NW 3rd ava. Orthodox. Rabbi Arle Becker. •fTH TFILAM. Ms Euclw v Qr thodea. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. C o L W .V. .JEWISH CENTER. ?• Box 34 5 **' "'•"'• Rbbi Samuel April. 3ADE HEIGHTS CENTER. 181*0 NW 2nd ava. Conservative. Cantor Emanuel Mandel. FLAGLER.GRANADA. 50 NW 81at pi. Conaervative. Rabbi Bernard Shoter. Friday 6:11 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Bar Mltzv.ih: Arthur, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Saluk. FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1S01 E. Andrewa ava. Reform. Rabbi Mariua Ranaon. Cantor Sherwin Levine. HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th st. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross. • — HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1150 W. 68th St.. Palm HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 2030 Polk at. Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ava. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Self. Friday 6:.10 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m. KTinon: "Tbd EasieM Mitzvi.li." Baj Mltsvah: Philip, son of Mrs. Sarah Kh.nkmnn. Coral Way Launches Construction Construction was launched this week on the new Coral Way Jewish Center religious school and social hall building, Morris Fox, president, announced. The religious school will have six permanent classrooms, each rao !" s stuay, library, committee: quet style room, rest room facilities, and outer lobby. Rabbi Samuel April, Coral Way! spiritual leader, said, that the social hall will seat 700 people audiRamot Hashawlm [There was a large group of immigrants, an 40 years and more %  ase, who were veteran Zionists pa wanted to live in the country page) and to work in agriculpre. Most of them were member? f the liberal (free) professions, jna it was not easy for these peoPepie to be agriculturists. 1 Jn spite of everything they tried P'aj and succeeded. They built fjeir viUage on the basis of a copTat.ve system, and did not deFP all branches of farming, but Fiientrated mainly on one of CiiTH~, II >U,try rai8in *Th" br nc titur. orkin capacity of the rom ,i m tev 1 Pl weU both Fom the economic and the cuiH r I aspect. toZn?n VWU R *" ,ot H "*v1m t anrea" f0Un?,ed b P^^ <* ce Ih T Wh0 had no PeriKk. ^ tever in •gricultural Published by Brit Ivrit OUmit) ISRAELITE CENTER. Mia SW 24th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavakv. Friday 6:15 p.m. Saturday 8:45 a.m. ttsriyin: 'Wr.-kly l'ottum." MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION. 1101 SW 12th ava. Orthodox. Rabbi Hereehell Saville. Cantor Berele Kelemer. 6:20 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "Proper Sense of .Values." • MONTICELLO PARK. 164th at. and NE 11th ava. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipshitz. Fri l.iv 6 and 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Will Vnu stand Up for Tour Convtatkma;?" Mtturday 9 a.m. BajMltsvah: Roy, eon of Mrs. Margie Auerbarh. NORTH DADE CENTER. 13830 W. Dlie hwy. Conservstiva. Rsbhl Henry Okolica. Cantor Herman Marchbein-Marbiny Friday R*15 p.m. Sirmon: "Pr*n.irins for the Holidays." Saturday 9 a.m. a> NORTH SHORE CENTFR. 620 75th st Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitx. Cantor Edward Klein. Frldav %  -13 |i m. Sermon: "Thlldr^n Of Ood Saturday 8:4.'. a.m. Bar Mltxvn^: Lawren'-* 1 son of Mr. nd Ifrs, Philip IV Leon: ,Hiirv(>v. son Of M' and Mrs. Paul I'ln.us. Sermon: "Weekly Portion." • — SOUTHWEST CEhlTER. S438 SW Mh at. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. Frldav 8:80 n.m. Sermon: "Building for Eternity. 1 TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kenda'l dr.. S Miami. Reform Raobl Hrrbft Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. Frldav 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Tetn-Aiie .MurderK." Saturday 9:30 a.m. Kneseth Israel Gets Spice Box During morning services Saturday, a Made-in-Israel spice box will be presented to Kneseth Israel i Congregation by the State of Israel. Presentation will be by Moshe Leshem, Consul of Israel for the Southeastern region of the United States. Rabbi David Lehrfield, Kneseth Israel spiritual leader, arid Louis Dublin, congregation president, will accept the spice box. The gift is being made in recognition of Kneseth Israel's contribution to the Greater Miami commit| tee for State of Israel Bonds. Last year, the congregation tripled its bond purchases over the previous year. Monticello Fetes New Rabbi, Wife Rabbi and Mrs. Max Lipschitz will be honored at a reception Sunday. 8 p.m., at the Coronet hotel. Hosts are members of Congregation Monticello Park, of which Rabbi Lipschiet is new spiritual leader. There will be no solicitation 1 of funds or charges, congregation officials said this week. Rabbi Lipschitz comes to the North Miami Beach congregation after 12 years in his only previous pulpit at Madison, Wis., where he completed courses for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in semitics and clinical psychology. Upon completion of his dissertation in May, I960, he wih be the first student to receive a Doctorate in semitics a. the University of Wisconsin. Rabbi Lipschitz was ordained at Yathiva University in lt47, and was awarded an MA degree in philosophy by Columbia University. In Madison, Rabbi Lipschitz was ; active in both the Jewishand nonJewish community, serving as president of the local ZOA, vice I president of B'nai B'ri(h, director I of the Jewish Welfare Fund, and chairman of its seminary allocation committee, member of the i Rotary Club, director of Dade County Red Cross, Mayor's Com, mission of Human Rights, held a • Ministerial Fellowship, and was I active jn a number of other civic I and state organizations. The Rabbi's wife is the former j Miriam Lehrman, daughter of Rabbi and Mrs. Moses Lehrman, : of Detroit. They have two children. Equipped with both moat and *••> kitchen, "the, Center will have the largest kosher banquet facilities in Miami," Rabbi April declared. Until the permanent sanctuary can be erected, the social hall will also serve as a temporary sanctuary. David Odell, building chairman, said that the facility will cost $175,000, and is being constructed on six acres of property at SW 87th ave. and J.6th st. Architects and engineers are Jules P. Channing Associates. Contractor is the Sidney Fagin Construction Company. TEMPLE BETH EL. Hollywood. Reform. Jaffa. 1646 Polk at. Rabbi Samuel TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1728 Monroe st Conservative Rabbi Samuel Lerer. Cantor Ernest Schreiber. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chaae ava. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kroniah Cantor David Convlser. e TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd ave. Conservative. Rabb* Sheldon Edwards. Cantor B)en Gross berg. Friday 8:11 p.m. Sermon: "In I"reparatlon For." One* Shabhnt hosts: Mr. and Mrs. frvlne; Superior. In honor of the Bar Mits\ah of their son. Mnrk, J-'aturday • a.m. Sermon: "Covenant Not Obligation." TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing ton ave. Conaervative. Rabbi Irvine Lehrman. Cantor Israel Reich. Friday 6p.m. Saturday t a.m. Sermon: "Wecklv Portion Baa Mltsvah: Nnnrv. daufrhtfr of Mr. and Mr*. Harry Lerhtner. Bar MltsvahMax Bernard, eon of Mrs. Kay R. Steinsart. TEMPLE ISRAEL. *37 NE Itth st Reform. Rabbi Jeeenh R. Naret Cantor Jacob Bornstein. Friday k Ik p.m. Sermon bv Rabbi Narot. Welrome to Habhl Klllah Palnick] new assistant rl.M <;reetlna-s bv A. J. Harris. Temple Israel president. Liberal. Rabbi Morrla Skop. Canto' Herman Gottlieb. Kibl;iy 8i8 P m. Sermon: "Three Kinds of Kdu.atlon." Saturday 10:30 %  n. Bar Mitzvah: Philip, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Kaner. 1S01 sv. Ot., who will be boats at the Friday ewiiin* Ones Shabbat. —— e TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th 'at. 1st Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can. tor Samuel Gomberg. e TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 1210C NE 16th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benru: M. Wallach. e —— TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 881 Flamingo Way. Conaervative. Rabbi Lao Heim. Friday B:1E p.m Barmoa: "Hoboes and Student — An Intesral l*art of the l-earner." Ones: Shabbat follows. Saturday 9 a.m. e TEMPLE 2ION. 6720 SW 17th st Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax man. Friday 8:J0 p.m. Sermon: "ShOOM << nv.rslon ki Judaism be Kncouraxed," Saturday 9 a.m. Bar Mltsvah: ltobeit. son of Mr. and Mrs. David Kuahner. TIFERETH ISRAEL. -6500 N. Miami ave. Conaervative. Rabbi Harry L. Lawrence. Cantor Albert Giant*. Friday s:S0 p.m. (iuest speaker: Nam tJvaon. Topic: "It Loeea In the Translation.'' Ones Shabbat hosts: Mr. and Mrs.Jai-k Berke. in honor of the encasement of their son. Jerry, to Mia* Susan Draluck. Saturday 9 a.m. TORAH TEMPLE. 1284 Waat ava Traditional. Rabbi Abraham Casssl Services Friday evening and Saturday mornlnsDally prayer and medl tat Ion. TEMPLE JUOEA. 820 Palermo ave. YOUNG ISRAEL. 18780 NE 10th ave Orthodox. ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44 Za mora ave. Conservstive. Rabbi B Friday 7 p.m. Saturday :30 a.m. SerS ea The Inner War and Inner Peace." Late Services On at No Share Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, of the North Shore Jewish Center, has just returned from a ten-day United Synagogue Youth encampment in Hendersonville, N. C. Participating were more than 150 teen-agers, representing the youth leadership of the Conservative congregations of the Southeast region, of which, SO delegates came from the Greater Miami area. In addition to the regular outdoor camping life, the teen-agers were exposed to an intensive religious orientation under the guidance of supervising rabbis of the Southeastern states. In a sermon entitled "Children of God,' 1 Rabbi Abramowitz will describe his experiences as a supervising spiritual leader of the encampment at: this Friday evening's service at 8:15 p.m., which will inaugurate the series of late Friday evening services at the North Shore Jewish Center. Max Krauss is president of the congregation. Cantor Edward Klein and the Center choir, under the direction of Eli Eamuels, will chant the Sabbath hymns and songs in the liturgical portion of the services. KABBI ELIJAH FALNKK Temple Israel Names Assistant Rabbi Elijah E. Palnick, newlyI named assistant rabbi of Temple : Israel of Greater Miami, will be I formally welcomed by the congrej gation at Sabbath eve services Friday at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Palnick, who will serve as I assistant to Dr. Joseph R. Narot, Temple spiritual leader, is a "native of Montreal. He is a graduate ol McGill University in Canada, and was ordained at the Hebrew Union College in Cincinnati last June. The service of welcome will include a special prayer ritual prepared by Dr. Narot, as well as a sermon of installation. A. J. Harris, president, will welcome Rabbi Palnick in behalf of the Temple. Cantor Jacob Bornstein will offer a special song of greeting, and the service will be followed by a reception in honor of Rabbi and Mrs. Palnick, sponsored by the Sisterhood of Temple Israel. Doctors Address Sisterhood Tempie Sinai Sisterhood met Wednesday. Mrs. Lois Bergert, program chairman, introduced Dr. Edward B. Jaffee and Dr. Joseph Allison in a discussion of Normalcy in Children," Registration 'Almost Full 1 Chairman of the Beth Jacob education committee. Morris Krevat, said Wednesday that registrations both in the daily Hebrew and Sunday school "are almost full." Daily classes will commence on Monday under the direction of Rev. Maurice Manches, and Sunday school will be taught by Miss Joyce Stern. The Beth Jacob High School Department will be conducted by Rabbi Tibor Stern. Bar Mitzvah classes are under the supervision of Rev. Morris Moscowitz. Beth Jacob Congregation has • full youth program for weekday and Sabbath and Sunday mornings. Sisterhood of Beth Jacob is cooperating in support of social functions of the Hebrew school. Special High holiday services fer the Junior Congregation will be arranged by the staff, with a full schedule of service.



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Page 14-A vJewistncrMton Fridq YSeptember 11. IS Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINPLIN Filling A Religious Need That Didn't Exist Before HIGH HOLIDAY LITURGY. By Rabbi Louis Barish. 1/4 pp. New York: Jonathan David, Publishers. $4.50 T EN YEARS AGO Rabbi parish published a brochure which earned wide distribution in the Armed Forces. Called "Companion to the Machzor.'' it was. apparently, the first effort to interpret in popular fashion the liturgy of the High Holiday prayer book. This book is an amplification of the earlier booklet. What it does is to present. in clear language, the meaning and historical background for every important prayer in the Rosh Hashona and Yom Kippur Machzor. Fifty years ago, such a book was unnecessary'Amer,can Jews were then still close to their shtetlI roots and the knowledge so directly given in Rabbi Barish i book was an tategral part of every Jew of at least moderate observance. Beneath the quick, seemingly automatic mumble of prayers, their significance lay >"; containment. One did not have to be told that the Baruch Shem K'vod." which is said silently all year after the •Shma," is spoken aloud on Yom Kippur. and what this tradition means. Now. unhappily, it is unlikely that one Jew in a hundred understands much beyond the literal words of his liturgy: among the younger generations, there are probably not even that many. Perhaps this is one reason why Yom Kippur is a.day, not so much of atonement h Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN Now They're Calling Khrushchev a Jew Washington PROFESSIONAL anti-Semites are spreading ridiculous rumors that Nikita Khrushchev is Jewish, as the visit of the Soviet Premier approaches. This line was "supported" by an allegation that Khrushchev, when a youth, boarded in a Jewish home in Mariupol, Ukraine, and \ "even learned to speak and read Yiddish." Other "evidence" was a report that Krushchev in 1913 sided with Mariupol Jews in a street fight against the "Black Hundred" anti-Semites. It is also alleged that Krushchev's wife is Jewish. Such are the charges published by the organ of the 'National States Rights Party." The NSRP alleged that American Jews welcomed Khrushchev's visit because "international Jewry controls Ike, the State Department, the Red FBI. the two old parties and Khrushchev. They are having their two stooges, Ike and Khrushchev.-exchange visits." Dismissing the facts of Soviet anti-Semitism. NSRP employed Hitler's tactic of the "big life." Material circulated by another group, "the National Renaissance Party," took a similar approach. It proclaimed that "the enemy capital for many years Off the Record By NATHAN ZIPRIN On Epstein in Repose WHEN JACOB EPSTEIN was born on Hester st. some 78 years ago. New York's lower East Side was first in the process of becoming a Jewish bastion in America and an intellectual reservoir that was to produce artists and writers jurists and men of science who were destined to make a profound imprint on every facet of American civilization. The peak of Jewish immigration from Eastern Europe was still almost a quarter of a century away, and Jewish life on the East Side had barely begun manifesting the symptoms of the picturesque pattern it was to assume. The Jewish community of the East Side in the early days of Jacob Epstein—who was to die Sir Jacob—was in too formative and fluid a state to cope with such problems. The Jewish immigrants who peddled their wares on Hester st. were too preoccupied with immediate problems of settlement and adjustment to think of the future. Epstein, it seems, had more than a nostalgic hanker ir.a. for the East Side. Surely his artistic intuition must have prompted him that the bare soH of his cradle Was now growing rapidly into an intellectual and artisitc edifice. He had been in London only two years when he returned for a visit to his old haunts. This was in 1907, the year of one of his great achievements. The Queen of England had purchased his bronze "Head of an Infant." and. with royalty as his patron. Epstein's fame catapulted to new heights. It was not long after this that he was commissioned to do sculptural decorations on a new building of the British Medical Society. His nudes shocked the British public and critics and he at once became the simultaneous object of vituperation and adulation. Since then, and until his very death some weeks ago, he remained the century's most controversial figure. When Epstein was born there wasn't a single Yiddish daily in New York. Young Jacob was five when his father bought the first issue of the Tageblatfin 1885. Now in 1907, there were several Yiddish newspapers. Had' he waited a few years, he would have found a great transformation in the character of the new immigration The early comers were escapees from Czarism and service and very often deserters from debt and obligation. What the course of Epstein's artistry would have been under the warm glow of those skies, now unfortunately considerably obliterated, is within the realm of conjecture. Yet it is pertinent to ask. now that he has become of the artistic ages, whether Sir Jacob Epstein, the Knight of Hester st., was a Jewish artist. Epstein may well have rejected the cognomen "Jewish artist," for his sweep was truly wide, yet his themes are often drawn from sacred scripts, betraying an artistic mobility reminiscent of Moses drawing living water from stone with cane. Sir Jacob now reposes amidst trees in a Christian cemetery, yet Hester st. mourns its most illustrious son even though in the end he silenced its tongue for kaddish has been New York, not Moscow ... The most vicious atrocities against mankind have been committed by Jews." Accordingly, the real enemy is "the Jewish conspiracy, which manv people still naively believe is Russian 'Communism'." Prepared for the Khrushchev visit the NSRP urges followers to demonstrate and picket. It used the headlines: "Only Traitors Welcome the Jew, Khrushchev" and told members: "When that sadistic Jew. Khrushchev, comes to your town or to a nearby city, go down and personally tell him to get out of Christian America." The FBI is believed to have established surveillance over the NSRP and similar extremists. The NSRP went so far as to openly report its members were "arming" to make "arrests of treasonous public officials who entertain bloody Khrushchev." The national organizer of NSRP, Matt Koehl, actually accused Gerald L. K. Smith, another notorious bigot, of trying to "whitewash" the FBI. In the words of Mr. Koehl, the FBI is "a Jew-controlled. Red, race-mixing outfit." FBI Chief J. Edgar Hoover was condemned by NSRP for his acceptance of a B'nai B'rith interfaith award and his "Negroidal nose." NSRP bragged, "we will reveal the Red record of the FBI" while the FBI studied NSRP's own record. The nature of the NSRP is revealed easily to Jews by its mailing of stuff like "The International Jew" and "Our Nordic Race." Kenneth C. Griffin, bead of NSRP in Georgia, was arrested in Atlanta when he and others sought to picket newspaper offices. Police said "each of the arrested persons was carrying "a sign that was very derogatory to the Jewish people and we felt could be detrimental to the peace, good order and dignity of the city." Griffin was later indicted in connection with the bombing of the Atlanta Jewish Temple. Edward Fields, NSRP leader, is listed by the ADL as a head of the "Christian Anti-Jewish Party" that picketed the White House in 1954. The NSRP publication is -The Thunderbolt," a periodical that displays n emblem reminiscent of the Nazi SS insignia. Lawenforcement officials plannnig protection of President Eisenhower and Mr. Khrushchev are aware that trouble could come from the underworld of pro fessional bigots. The bigots scream their hatred, basking in the knowledge that this is free America In 1958 ISRP voted to draft Rear Adm. John G. Crommelin. L'SN. Ret as its candidate for President of the United States. The admiral shocked Navv colleagues when he voiced anti-Jewish sentiments over television. NSRP membership includes mainly "White CitiSrarCouncU" elements from 18 states. John Kasptr the principal convention speaker at Louisville Ky.. last year. Kasper is now confined in a Federal peattentiarj .,. ., result of rabble-rousing .ctivit The Anti-Defamation League of B'nai Brith quoti Ka-: telling the NgRP he once thought "all problems would be solved if every Nigger' would kill "Nigger mind-" 6 ^ "* ** ^ **** >"e boredom and discomfort for so many people rising when others rise, sitting when they sit, t u „5i' through the Machzor and, at last, coraia*; ogt iJr clear on the "Sh'ma." Perhaps, too, this i s ,,£*• should be at least a yearly return for some peooUi comes a contribution to their confusion and a be-ni ing estrangement. Rabbi Barish's excellent book seeks to res' levels of connotation which make the liturgy nch meaningful. One could read it before the Days of .* or even use it during the services. In either case ^ reward is manifold. What one knows by instinct Judaism is intellectually satisfying and cmotionVb spiring—becomes a matter of direct knowledgei precious and compellingly beautiful. • • • EIGHTH TRIP TO EUROPE and SEVENTH TRifl USSR. April Mar, "59. By Samuel KipnU. M' Privately printed. Mr. Samuel Kipnis of this city has had pruned | diary of his most recent trip to the Soviet Union ti family and friends. The log, done in meticulous da includes what he ate along the way, what time-he in the morning, and when he shaved. There are alsjl formative excerpts from travel brochures. Those %  know Mr. Kipnis will find his booklet representative H own personality, which colors his observations of commerce and foreign policy. It is indeed a wonderful thing to have the which enable one to put writing into published formT_ truly fine writers, I am sure, would envy Mr, Ki;xm~j opportunity. Overseas Newsletter: By ELIAHU S/ Israelis Live in Kenya] Jen UUHEN WE TOLD Orah. the c; young secretary of the Kenya ] ist Council in Nairobi, that we vrrjijj to see a "white man's plantation,"! said: "Why not? Come out and visstd father's farm." Arriving at the farm, we to see "the boss" overseeing his i seer who is overseeing the native workers. Instead,] met a tall man in a straw hat, wearing khaki shirt I khaki pants, his hands somewhat greasy from the i peeling machine on which he had just been adju something. Apparently he noticed our surprise, he remarked: "Here it is just like in a kibbutz. Eve has to work." Orah's father is one of the many Israelis whoi to Kenya in the twenties and thirties from the then I Mandate territory of Palestine. When the Mandate i many, though not all of them, did not exchange British passports for Kenya passports, but for Israel ports. Most of them came from Rishon Le Zion or I vot. where they still have most of their relatives, children speak Hebrew and are usually sent for oceorj .years back to Israel, before they are sent off to in England. Rishon and Rehovot are grape and orange regions, and the Israelis who came from there to I usually had a fair knowledge of fruit growing. Then man) ui them bought vernations in Kenya and put I experience "> •-.,! use. Coffee is the most importaat| port ",. ..1 Kenya. One of the problems of coffee] >"i ii Kenya is that, region of year-round spring 0 tut ripens simultaneously. On some branches/ small coffee berries are deep-red, on other brancheif reen, while on yet others there are only iW Therefore each tree must be harvested several times] ing the >ear. which, of course, increases production! The Israelis, however, found a way to improve I A hat. They introduced artificial irrigation sprinklers imported Irom Israel; and thui -ucceeditl urating the ripening of the fruit to several periods, thus reducing the number of times each I nas to be harvested. The Israelis are one of the four main groups oM (and British East African) Jewry. Between You and Me: BORIS SMOLAR How the Funeral of David Pinski Was Ignori W HILE and TRYING TO bring American I-raeli Jews closer together Israel has now committed a •sin" against a prominent American writer which created a lot of commotion in this country. The writer is David Pinskv. wellknown author and playwright' whose Plays have been performed both on the Yiddish and the English stages in America. One of the most devoted Labor Zionists, he did what American Zionist leaders are expected to do r iJ? 6 h i X the 1 United s a >es soon after Israel was estabfcttlhi thTi ted ^ ,V eWiSh S,a,e ^^anently He WLIH \^ l im 0f hls life had !" !" rue, and he wanted to live the rest of his hfe as an Israeli Highly respected1 in the entire Jewish world, he se"e d 1 as SfS thouchts in the minds of some who contemplated his example, but it also provoked such bitterness. Obviously, because he had written his works iaj dish—although some of them were translated into hT —there was no proper funeral arranged for him in where tens of thousands know his writings. B "quiet funeral" in Haifa, allegedly arranged by the at. Pality. at which no speakers except one Hebrew "1 were allowed to eulogize him. When the mv% A funeral was missed in New York by his many adnun and the proper inquiries were made in Israel, it tun^J that "something had happened" to prevent an imp funeral which he would have had, had the proper r ments been made. Dozens of radio programs in Israel an Am r *'!* ish life cannot repair the harm done to Israel amow American Jews by the apparently deliberate negus*" not giving the proper last rite* to such • man ot i letters as David Piasky was.



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riday September 11. 1959 +Jew 1st, fkrrrfitr Pago 15-A ffnXCn" BY HENRY LEONARD "And now fhot our SHobtx n frvkt or* t>v4>r, I shovM like to pf*Mnt and thank th %  %  %  > %  of our Iwaala choir Mr. Haaaorty, MIM Johnson, Mn. O'Connor and Mrs. Whitney." LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE „ No. 47400-C IN RE En tat* of I'M. .MAM LAWSON THRJELKELD -NOTICE-TO CREDITORS "I" Al Creditor* tnd All Persons, HavIn* Manns or Demand* Against Said Estate: You a ,e hereby notified, and re• an> rial ma and damauds which you may have againut th< I %  -l.il.of Till (MAS LA W SON rHRELKELD .t ..... -— i i;,i,. ,, f 6id e I minty. Florida. In the County Judges of r>ade County, ami file the MUM lii their Offices In the County Courthouse in Dad*County, Florida, within elKlit calendar in..nth.from the data ..f the first publication hereol or the nmr will he barred. HOMER C. THREJ KKLD Administrator of the Estate of Thomas lawwin Threlkel.l ENOEL an.l Hoi'SEN Mux p. Basel, of c.mii8ei KH Blsrayne Building Miami 32. Florida PRunklln 3-0802 8/28. s'4-11-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKKKIIY OIVEN that the undersigned. delrinv to private In business tinder the flctltloua name of ROY'S COOKTAn. l/>l'NOB SPECIALTIES at 1S20 North Miami Avenue. Miami. Florida intend* to re*. Ister said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Cmintv. Florida. ROY TANNENRAt'M SHELDON J. SCHLES1NOER. Esq. Attorney for Rov** Cocktail I/.IIIIK.Specialities 8'28. 9/4-11-18 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW lOTin: IS HEREBY GIVEN that rslgned, desiring to enuaae I iin-ler the firtltloua name pARlFBEAN AIRCRAFT Sl'l'l'LY 0 .\ W Sftll Avenue. Into o-gistcr wiid name with the the Circuit Court of Dade I %  iIda JANE K MEDINA I.I Ii. MEDINA n-a /4-ii NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW I11TI1 K IS HEREBY GIVEN that 1 in •• igncd. desiring to anajaeo in pni %  %  • i.IV l.lynnis al SM N W Ird %  M i I .Ulster aillll num.%  i the Circuit Court of I Y HELLER, aole owner 8/21-28. '• NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW I H ItEBY OIVBN that i ring to engage In || %  !•-! the in titious num. ..I :KS SI MH'.IEK at Ver• ..Ulna Avenue. I Intenda to register with the Clerk of the Clrli.i.l. i uiiiity. Florida. I0IL.RKRT NICHTER, aola owner .'N \ EPSTEIN brni for Applicant [ Ui In i load 8/21-28. S'4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW OTH E IS HEREBY GIVEN that m I dealran* to enrage In I tier the fictitioua name of Mi SHOE STOKE at 1211 W. tier St., Miami .".:.. Fla., Intends [ % %  "'me with (he Clerk f "I Court of Dade County, rlnfl HANNAH si'TTON. aole owner 8/21-28. 9/4-11 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 4733a-B IN RE; Estate of SARAH TANENBAUM I>ece:i sed NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor* and All Person* Having Claims, or l>emanda Against Said E'-'-'e: • You are hereby notified ami required to present an> claims and demand* whli-h you may have against tin.••-late .,r SARAH TANENBAl'M deceased late if Miami. Dtule County, FWida. t.. the Court' Ittdaea "f Dud. County, ami file the name In their I he Count; Dad* Count v, Florida, within elaht calendar months, from the date of the first publication h.-icf. 01 t hi will inbarred GEORGE CHEREN aa Executor of thl.i-i Wii: an I Teatamanl of SARAH TANE-NBAl'M I '• i:EOROE CHEREN, Attorney %  01 nhmpla Building Miami, Florida 4-11,18-2-. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, dexirlna to encace In ImaineKH under the fictitioua name ot 1SKAK1. KOBHER BAU8AOE CO. (not Inc.) at 2Ji> N W. 'th Street. Miami. Florida Intends to realater aald name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Iia.le County. Florida. KAMl'EL. EORI.MAN. aole owner WEINKI.E & KI'.SSl.Elt Attorneys 814 Sevbold Building 9 -4-11-18-23 F IOTP I "' pn.-LMI Bl'E rn.l[cl.r %  ill NOTICE UNDER CTITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY GIVEN thM -nin.-il. iles-iring to engage in .nil.r the fictitioua name of WAI.I. STREET BYNA1 -I'' N K 2nd Ave.. Miami tn register said name with "t th.. Circuit Court of Uade Florida. NATHAN ABRAHAM i .1 1.11.14 THE CIVIL COURT OF RECORD ANO FOR OADE COUNTY, FLORIDA hoir No 5-9048.A v i NUERO VKMI:NT CO., rid corporation, I %  -iff. WOLF, ll" lant N M 7 ( !CE_ | OF > PUBLICATION %  I.nit llton Avenue At. title B) r. a % %  '-. !?'n*. Nw York tin A I!I .'"I:":KI:Y NOTIFIED that '' i: i oinnhilnt f... liainanea on I'remlaea has bean filed 1 wherein plaintiff la -the >>u are the lesaor, uml hereby required to set"l .yoiir Answer or Pleading to Em f ..J''"i|ilalnt on plaintiff., fflj-v. MIl.TtiN A. FRIEOMAN. ni Z y B,d *Miami, Florida. In .v ': r '* lnal Answer or PleadIll %  • "t flc "' ""' Olerk of the km VM l ,de l '"" nl v Courthotlae. Jia.. on-or bafora the th -|.teml*r. IS.-.!. if ion f-.ll ,,,,' '"• Judgment will be taken h. i ,'.'" .'" r thr relief demanded ""'. %  "I of Complaint. s'-. ^" "KKF.REO nt Miami. |"Ha this 21th day of August, IMI %  V. McCRACKEN, Clork, Ivll Court of Record Made County Courtha I'ade County, Florida Bj It p. 1)U.\((, Heputy Clerk 8/2*. 9/4-11-18 NOTICE UNDER *' CTITJojSfJ NAMELAW L ri .' ls HKRERY GIVEN thai L to engine In 1 i.e of ""•'Aim INN at 2225 N.W. "Hut r.orlrta Intend I %  '•'< % %  with th 1 I lortda. ADl i I. SOLOMON Sole owner ""••i for \ NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED CHAPTER 20722 ACT* OF t41 File A-11689 NOTKE is HCRBBY OIVEN that Victor I". Valek. holder of County la-* Male Certificates! numliered IBB and r.47. Issued the 31st day of May. A.P. IS.'.? haa filed same In my office, and hamade .ipplic.ition for a tax deed to be Issued thereon. Bald certificates .•ml.ia. .. the following described property, in the Ciiunty of Dade. State of Florida .to.wit I.,.t || Block 4. OlMa Ten-ice. Plat Book 8, Page 117. in the County of liaile. Slat..if Florida, as embraced In Certificate No 141 The aasesament of said property under the said • %  •-ttiflcate Isaued was in the name of Ell* G. Slack. W 15 Ft of E 320 Ft of 8 Ml Ft of SKI '4 of SW1/4 .•' S'ni'4, Section It, Township %  :: South. Range 41 East, containing ."• Acres more or less In the County "f Oade. Slate of Florida. ,\>, ml.raced In Certificate No. 547. The aaaessment of said propertyunder the said certificate Issued was In the name of Irene .1. Brownagle Ijilne. I'nleas said certificates shall be redeemed according to law. the property described herein will We sold to the highest bidder at the Court House door on the 'Irst Monday in the month of October. A.O. 19:.<>. which la the Sth dav of tvtoher. A.O. 1M. Dated thla Jlst day of August. A.D. 1151 E. R LKATHERMAN. Clerk. •I'.-uit Court. Dide Count v. Florida ..!) By: R. M. I.r7F"FR. is.-iiil Deputy Clerk 9/4-11-18-15 %  N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE NO. 47137 IN RE: Estate of SYLVIA BECKMAN alo known as Sl'NNY C.AER I.. .-aaed. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Credltora and All Persons Having Claims or Demanda Against Said You are hereby notified and requlred to present any claims and demandwhich v..u may have agalnat the estate of SYLVIA BECKMAN. al" known a* slNNV OAEB deceaaed late ..I intv. Florida, to ln County .ludais ..f Daata Cotinl rile the samIn their offices In the thouse In Dade County, Forlda. within eight c.leiular months fi %  .iti the date of the first publication will be l>.. SAM BECKMAN, As Kxecutor ..f I MAN. a,• Attorney -11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of P*N AMERICAN WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS at 219:. S.W. r.th Terrace. Miami. Florida intenda to reglater said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida. JOSEPH SII WKi L S'ule Owner ECOBNE at ALRERT l i n for A oollcant !>"l Rlacavne Bldg. Miami. Florida 9'1-1I-18 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 59C 7360 ROHELLA McBL'RROWS, '•Pfatntirf. va. I. H McBCRROWR, Defendant •UIT FOR DIVORCE TO: L. B. Mr-ltl'KKOWS Route 1 P'lnleysi.n, Georgia You are hereby notified that a Complaint for Dlvorca has been filed against you. and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer on the Plaintiffs attorney, BERNARD R. WEK8LER, 309 Industrial .Hank Building. Miami 32, Florida and file the original thereof In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before, the 7th day ofSeptember. IMI If you fail to do so. otherwise, the allegations of said Complaint will be taken as confessed by you Dated at Miami. Ft.ni.la. this 3rd day of August, A.I). 1959. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade Count v. Florida (aeal) By: K. M. LTMAN. Deputy Clerk, 8/7-14-21-28 NOTICF UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE If) HEREBY OIVEN tha.t the undersigned, desiring to an* -s under the fictitioua name of MIVViiV I'l.ri: ,• til N i: 2nd \ve Vlnml intends to register said mme with Hie clerk of the Cli.ult Court of IMrie Count" Florida. NATHAN AR1MHW1 I 1-11-18 IN C.niiNTv JUDGF'S COURT DADE COUNTV. FLORIDA No. 446B4-A I:I: • STITH Of PB9IK l.FSRPR also known as BEf4f*ra EP.ANKEI. Deeea aed NOT'fF OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTtr-R is hereby given that I have filed mv final report and netl""n for Final T>ischarge n s*xEC! T Te Honorable W. P BI..\yroN Coun'v Jud_ge of Dide Coontv. Florida, for aonroval of said final reoort nd for final dts-harg. a rvirr. TOR. the ESTATE of B WW ffl f psapo also known as BESSIE FP4VKEL. decea-ed. This 21th d-.v ..' \n-.iit 1*"4. "u-Ripp, n FTTRMAN MTHl"t HF1VVN # KtP' VN IIT.1 B,W, 't St.. Miami, Fla. Attorneys for Executor 8/28.9/4-11-18 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 54C 7t LINDA RI'CKLES. Plaintiff TROT BUCKLES. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: Mr. Troy Bucklee Route No. 5 Kliiahet hton, Tennessee You TROY BI'CKLES are herebv notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce haa been filed against you. and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. BENNETT A POPPER 9829 S. Dixie Highway. Kendall It, Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 21st day of September, 1KB. If you fh.il' to do so, judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. Thai notloa shall be published once each week for four consecutive aroeki in THK JEWISH FLORIDIAN DONF. AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, tlii.— Uth .l.n I.I August, A.i>. l!'.-.! %  B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County Florida (seal) B) : K. M LTMAN, Deputy Clerk BENNETT & POPPER %  -"' S nixie Highway Kendall r.i ., Fl..i M i Attorneys for Plaintiff 8/21-28.9/4-11 NOT.CF UNOCR FICTITIO'II NIKE I AW NOTICE IS HFRF1Y C.IVl'N that the undersigned. dealr|n to eneage I" hi.sinesa "nder >fi^tit'oos name or ORIOJVAL FUSfoWSKT'S at I4M t>rexel Avenue. Miami Reach. Florida ln'nd to reeistee nld nn" 1 with the Clerk of 'he Circuit Court of Dade Co""" V--< 'i J4CK ER"OWKV HARRY 0RBBNR*an 8'21-28 9/4-11 NOTICR RV PUai.lCAT'ON IN -rue rigruiT COURT or TH' Ei rvruTH JIIO""*L fRCHT OF FLneir.4 IN *NO FOO moE COUNTV IN ruNCERY, •"" 59C8190 JBAV M* V EI(S l'lnl""ff. v CHARLES MAYERS. JIUIT FOR ANNULMENT TO: CHARLFS MAYBrU o'T r~>nd A'snne De Molne. Iowa Yon f'HtR'FS M V 'ERS "e herehv notified that a Rill of Cnmnlilnt for Annulment bas been fl'd agalnat von. and von a-e rentilred 'o serve a copv of vonr Answer or Pleading to the PHI Of Pna.n1.lllt on <*>* "Inlntlffa Attorney MFLVTN I WBOf*. JW L'nc.io Road Misml Beach. Florida nnd file 'he o''*lna1 Anawer or Pleading In |he offlee n' the C'erk of the Circuit Court on or before the Sth dav of Octobe" iaS|. vou ''! *o do ao. Indeement' h>default art", be taken aga<"st 'in '"' h "e'lef demanded | n th Til" of Comntnlnt. This no'lee shall he nubll*hed onee Mrh ei — —e non.-— •!> %  weeka In THE JEWISH FT.OPIDIAN.. nnVK IV" opnRP*D at Miami -->elda. thla 28th day of Auguet. A.D "U P 1 EATHERMAN. Ci-rk. Clrelllt Onrt '^nde rnimlv CToeH.1 NOTICE UNDER FlfTITiona NME LAW NoncF is HK.III'IIV nrvBN tbit testing to engage In h'.aineaa mi"" *1' flcH*loi" name of ,-,,., |.I-M \ %  --(V, Rlrd Road Miami Ft... 'ntend to register said of 'b Circuit FRANK OAOLIANO 1/4-11-18-15 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! -Jeit Ihiiiitr Bolictte your iqal OOUCBB. Wo approclato your patronage and auarnrmn accurato %  •rvlco at IvaaJ rattM Phone FR 4-4366 toe mofgonqor aorrlco LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANO FOR OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. MC 7S5 CEIL MKSKO. Plaintiff, va. JOHN MKKKO. Defendant NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: JOHN MESKO Defendant 548 Zlegler Avenue Linden. New Jersey YOU ARK HERE IIY NOTIFIED that a complaint for Divorce haa been filed against you, and you are herebyrequired to serve a copy of your anawer on the Plalntlff'a Attorney, ANGBLO A. AM. 110S Ainetey Building. Miami VI. Florida, and file the original answer in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 21 at day of September. 1959, or the allegations will be taken aa confessed against you. DATED at Miami, Dade County. Florida, this 18th day of August, 1959. E. B LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida (aeal) By: K. M LYMAN, Deputy Clerk % II -28. 9/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N.OTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fi.titioiis name ot MOTEL BALES CO. at 882 N.E. 79th St., Miami intends to register aald name with the Clerk of tne Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. M. GRANT, INC. 8/21-28.9/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious names of V.I. M. COTTONS an.l FRBSHYJl'NK.RS OF ll/>RIDA. INC.. at 211 N W r.th Street. Miami. Florida intends to register said names with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Klorl.l:. VACATIONLAND MODES. INC Sole Owner MARVIN I WIENER Attorney for Applicant Mil Alnaley Bldg. 9/4-11-18-2". NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 59C 7428 BETTY BCRDETTE DEBS, Plaintiff. CARL L. DEES. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: A.D./2 Carl L. I N.A. R.T.I'. c/o Aircraft Maintenance Naval Air Station Memphis. Tennessee You are hereb) notified that a Bill Of Complaint for Divorce haa been filed against you. and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney SIDNEY M. ARONOVITZ. 1001 Alnaley Building. Miami 32. Florida, and file the original Anawer 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 ao. Judgment by default will be taken agalnat you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. Thia notice ahall be published once each week for four consecutive weeka In THE JEWLMH FLuRIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, thla Sth day of Auguat, A.D 1959. E B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida (seal) By: K. M. LYMAN. Deputy Clerk 8/7-14-XI-19 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANO FOR OAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. S9C 7101 PAULINE VADEN COATBfl, Plaintiff, vs. WILLIAM CLARENCE C. lATHS. 1 icfendant. ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: WILLIAM CLARENCE COATEB • ;iadvs. Virginia YOC ARE HERE BY NOTIFIED that a Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. anil >ou are hereby requl %  i copy of your an-u.-r to Ho Complaint for Divorce oa Plaintiff's attorneys and file the original Answer In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 21st day of September, 1959; otherwise, the alleeatio!i> of said Complaint for Divorce "ill be taken aa confessed against you. Dated thla 17th day of August. 19..9. E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, circuit Court. Dade County. Florida (seal) Itv : R H. RICE. JR.. Deputy Clerk TALIANOFF WALLER Attorneys for Plaintiff 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach. Florida ^^ IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 4S2S4 IN RE: Estate of JACOB MILLER Deceu sed NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persona Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate:. You are hereby notified and required to present ail! laiins and demanda which vou may have against the eatate of JACOB MILLER deceased late of Dade County. Florida, to the Count* .lodges of Dade County, and file the same ill their offices in the County Courthouse in I'ade Countv, Florida, within eight calendar montha from the date of the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred. ANNA MILLER LILLIAN MILLER Executrixes BEN ESS-EN Attorne) 1014 Sevbold Building Miami. Hortrl. s/; .„. 9/4 lt IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN FROBATE No. 44808 IN RE: Estate of ISRAEL ROSEN NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said INI 11. You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you may have against the eatate of ISRAEL ROSEN deceased late of Dade Coui\ty. Florida, to the County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their offices In the Count! Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar montha from the date of the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred. SEYMOUR ROSEN Executor BEN ESSEN. Attorney 1014 Sevbold Building Miami. Florida 8/21-28. 8'4-11 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! CORPORATION OUTFITS Lowest Prices — Quickest Delivery In South Florida Call the JEWISH FLORIDIAN at FR4.1.U.



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Page 16-A +Je#lstrk)rk**ri Friday, Septan^ n : ; Holland Calls Morse Proviso 'Club' Florida Sen. Spessard Holland declared this week that he does not feel the adoption of the Morse Amendment "is the proper way to approach the problem" of discrimination against American citizens of Jewish faith. The Morse Amendment to the Mutual Security Bill would cut off U.S. foreign aid to nations abroad engaging in such discriminatory practices. Specifically, It is aimed at Saudi-Arabia, which denies permission to American GI's of Jewish faith to serve at the U.S. Air Base at Dhahran. Sen. Holland charged that "it would bo not only inappropriate but to the detriment of our national security to use an economic assistance bill in an endeavor to solve the moral problem* of the world." Sen. Hollands views were expressed in a letter to the South Florida Council of the American Jewish Congress. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, president, previously had urged the Florida Senator to reconsider his position on the Morse Amendment "inasmuch as no other method has been suggested.*' In reaffirming his refusal to support the Morse Amendment. Sen. Holland declared: '1 think those of us who live in the South understand and appreciate the fact that certain issues are best left to education and persuasion and that efforts to accomplish results by holding a club over the heads of those concerned is neither effective nor appropriate. -Continued Sen. Holland: 'I was glad to support S. Res. 323. 84th Congress (the Herbert H. Lehman Resolution, which expresses U. S. indignation at the effort on the part of a foreign government to distinguish in its treatment of American citizens on the basis of religion—Ed.) and I would gladly support such a Resolution again. I am also sure that almost all of those 47 Senators who voted against the Morse Amendment would also support such a Resolution. "That it the appropriate leilative vehicle for the expression of the sense of one House of Congress, with a Concurrent Resolution being the proper method for expressing the sense of the Congress." Sen. Holland criticized the Morse Amendment by calling its basic assumption ••erroneous —namely, that the purpose of our air bases in Saudi Arabia is for the benefit of the Saudi Arab ians. Actually, we have air bases there in our own interests, not in the interest of the Saudi Arabians. •As a matter of fact.' said Sen. Holland, "the only basis upon which the Congress can justify expenditures of billions and billions of dollars for foreign aid while taxing our own people almost to the breaking point is that the chief purpose of our foreign aid program is the protection of the security of our own country." Rebekah Lodge Opens Season Sunshine Rebekah Lodge 9 held its first regular meeting of the season Tuesday evening at Workmen's Circle. 25 Washington ave. Dr. F. Peyton Rous, of he Rockefeller Institute for Medical M search, who will head a delegation ol nine scientists tromtJ United States to the International Cancer Symposium at C^ Weizmann Institute, is seen with Dr. Mathilde Krim. $ %  scientist at the Department of Experimental Biology at M Weizmann Institute of Science, in prirate life wife of AiHj B. Krim, president of United Artists. THRIFT IS ALWAYS IN STYLE • • JOHANNESBURG — (JTA) — While the position of South African Jews was generally satisfactory. Dr. F. Peyton Rous, of the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Reer Miami Israel Bond committee, on a recent visit to Israel, is Seen chatting with Pinchas Sapir, Israel's Minister ol Commerce and Industry. At right is Mrs. Toppel. S. Africans Feel Comfy the Jewish community here was warned this week to remain on the alert to "any developments which might potentially contain the seeds of discrimination." This was the essence of a report reviewing the status of the South African Jewish community presented by Gustav Saron. secretary general of the Board of Deputies of South African Jews, at the Transvaal regional conference. Mr. Saron said that South African Jews had "good cause for sat isfaction. especially when the position was contrasted with the difficult war and pre war perods." OXYGEN UNITS Full Price $69.95 NO DOWN PAYMENT 251 A DAY Portable Oxygen Unit in attractive, handy carrying case. Useful for Heart Patients, Asthmatics, Bronchitis Cases. Useful in Cases of Drowning, Shock and Smoke Inhalation, etc. FREE OXYGEN Call JE 2 1555 or write LIFE-AIR of Dade County 350 Lincoln Road Suite 310 Miami Beach, Florida FREE DELIVERY There were few or no public manifestations of anti-Semitism, he declared. "There were no Jewish issues in politics," Mr. Saron stated, "and the goodwill shown toward Israel has been reflected in attitudes to South African Jewry." 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%  ...SOCIALITE <<. 14/< oman s 0£U/ Two sons and five grandchildren in Columbus, O., and one son and two grandchildren in Norwalk, Conn. ... That's where Minnie Solomon spent her summer vacation While the American Bar Assn. convention was in town, Minnie took a bus out to headquarters, and asked if she could attend "Are you a lawyer?" she was "No," truthfully replied the grandmother, "but I'd like Ito learn'' • • Forthwith, Minnie was presented with a badge and Icre-dcr-'ials to attend the convention sessions When all the children are together, and the two oldest are kome )iom camp, it's time to celebrate And celebrate they Idid-Pi'pa and Mama Bernard W. (Regina) Firestone and all the little Firestone*—Glen, Sue Ellen, Roy and Joyce Dinner at jumoiwas the order of the day Bud and Annette Mayer were ere with their two—a boy for, him and a girl for her Also otteri: the Howard Groves, just back from New York, with Mr. Mis. Irving Blasberg. MI Off to Newcomb College on the Tulane campus Is Mary Ann taufman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Murray H. Kaufman, 3021 N. fendian ave M ary Ann, who graduated from Miami Beach ligh last June, will major in music Leaving with her is Ruth Spire: daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Jess Spirer, of Coral Gables Jack and Berte Toppell back in their Bay Heights home after tight fabulous weeks of vacationing First, they drove to HenBersonville, N.C., to spend a few days with the children at camp Then off to New York and embarkation on the Queen Mary Europe and Israel. The continental part of the tour included rurk>. Italy, Monaco, Switzerland, France and England Since Iheir car was conveniently atored in New York, Jack and Berte leisurely drive back on their teturn, first stopping off at iender.-onville to pick up the children ... A slow drive through North Carolina followed for the quintet before they set their sights t>n Miami. ... JM< Mr. and Mrs. Leo (Yetta) Gelvan have welcomed home daughElla, who arrived last Sunday from Israel where, with B'nai J'nth Youth leaders, she attended a Summer Institute in Jerujlem Yetta and Ella have, since gone to Massachusetts for an nter\.ew at Wellesley, where Ella hopes to continue her studies j. At present, she is a senior at the Graham-Eckes Prep School Palm Beach Harold and Betty Kravitz and their children. Shelly and Ricky, lack irom a trip North, where they visited Harold's parents, Mr. |nd Mrs Frank Kravitz, of Atlantic City, N.J. Friends are Dngratulating Sam Steen, Hialeah attorney, who was elected NaJudge Advocate for Amvets at the organization's national imvention last week in Grand Rapids, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard W. (Fred!) Sandel and children. Lorie nd Rubin, of 19630 NE 19th ct.. No. Miami Beach, are entertainlg Bernard's parents, the Jack Sandels, of Cleveland, O.. and broiler. Leo. who is m the U.S. Diplomatic Corps and presently on The visiting Sandels are vacationing at the Balmoral otel Fredi is president of the Adath Yeshurun Sisterhood, frith Bernard on the board of directors. Ml Ml Does this sound restful? Natalie Frurnkes said she and isband Melvyn went to Naples for a few days of relaxation he baby and dog went with them Like mother, like daughter -Mrs. Bernard (Sylvia) Firefrone went back to law.school after she was married, and became attorney Daughter Esther, married to Martin Brown in line, is busy setting up housekeeping in Coral Gables and getting kereything set so that when the University of Miami opens for 111 sessions, she can continue here college career Sorry—not fr this time Spotted at the United Fund's football game: Judge and Mrs. larold Spaet, Councilman Kenneth Oka, Bob Schwartz, and their kspective offspring Dr. Stanley Coltune and -the Louis Glasprs al.-o seemed to be enjoying the raindrops and heat of the game. Ml Ml The Gen Fishers. 4750 SW 82nd ct., back after a California, exa.s and New Mexico jaunt Gene—he's the F and F oenstrucnn exec—studied several large home developments in the Southed .. Talented artist wife Ethel was busy sketching new themes \t her paintings Of all things—Scrabble at the Aristocrat motel Mr. and lrSidney Lewis and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Rifkin intent on their ime. while the Aaron Farra and Alfred Gerds related the jokes ey heard the night before in the nightclub ... Mr. and Mrs. Lou were there with their children and grandchildren ... No time frr Scrabble or jokes. MC MC Ml Ml Birthdaze: Aaron and Marcella Kanner ecstatic with the ar|\al of their granddaughter, Jacqueline Anne, Sept. 3 Proud arents are Richard and Chris Kanner, of Clearwater And: Tamrai Jo, born Aug. 25 at Mt. Sinai Hospital to Mr. and frs Jerry Leader, 1341 15th st., Miami Beach Grandparents fre Mr. and Mrs. George Furman, 7730 Dickens ave., and Mr. and frs. Lou Leader, 19530 NW 8th ave J erry is the CPA here Then Joan attended Beach High, she was active in Young Judaea ad Temple groups. Ml Ml MC Ml Mrs. Ethel Shochet and Mrs. Sally Gardner back from an ex[nded tour of Europe and Israel—end off to the Arlington hotel Hot Springs, Ark. ... The Dr. Joseph (Madeline) Ketzkys imped into the Henry (Inez) Kaufmans in Mexico Then the [aufmans went on to California to meet Mr. and Mn. Harry nth— Marilyn is Inez" daughter—and help them celebrate their nniversary Harriet Salinger and sister Mildred Ives touring Europe and oohooed to Rita Greenwood in Stressa ... Mr. and Mrs. Al Fuchs ready have met the Sidney Blums twice, once in Paris and once Vienna They expect to be together in Paris before the frunt home Carol Bruce came beck to the kitchen of Candlelight Inn on e last night of the "Pal Joey" run at the Coconut Grove Theatre f say goodbye to restaurateur Henry Leiison, who had been host's Carole and the cast during their two-week run here Also %  jotted at Candlelight Inn: Eve TeUegen and party-TVnotables uck Zink and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cummins Roz Mark, talented decorator, named by Irving Blasberg to >ndls the interiors of the new Riverside Normandy Isle Chapel. 1 ^Jewish Floridian Miami, Florida, Friday, September 11, 1959 Section B Mrs. Max Weitz (left), chairman of the Women's Division of Slate of Israel Bonds, learns that she is to be honored at a luncheon Wednesday, Oct. 7, for ten years of devotion to Israel. Congratulating her are (center), Mrs. Betty Feuer and (right) Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro, officers of Women's Division. Women Seek Library Support Formal opening of the new Goldfarb Library bldg. on Brandeis University Campus at Waltham, Mass., is announced by Mrs. Albert Jacobs, president of the Brandeis University National Women's Committee, Greater Miami chapter. A dedication ceremony will be held on Oct. 25, and a special convocation will be attended by representatives of colleges, universities and learned societies. Mrs. Joseph Duntov, of 2008 Alton rd., vice president of book funds tor the Greater Miami chapter, is planning a book fund bonus tea to commemorate the event. All those who have contributed one or more books to the library will be invited. Mrs. Duntov Wednesday urged all members "to remember their friends and dear ones for the coming High Holy Day season by sending contributions in their honor." The Women's Committee has set a goal of 700,000 volumes, scholarly periodicals, musical recordings and tapes, slides, microfilms and bibliographic treasures. Assisting Mrs. Duntov in the book hunt are Mrs. Harry B. Rimer, Mrs. Ralph Spero, and Mr;. Donald Rubin. Women to Fete Mrs. Weitz Here Mrs. Jack Katzman, chairman of the Sponsors of Israel of the Women's Division for Israel Bonds, this week announced that plans are underway to honor Mrs. Max Weitz, chairman of the Women's Division, for her ten years of service to Israel. Mrs. Weitz will be feted at %  luncheon Wednesday, Oct. 7, in the Mona Lisa room of the Eden Roc hotel. Initial plans for the luncheon were to be made at a meeting of the luncheon committee which was to be part of a television broadcast over station WPST, ch. 10, Thursday morning. The committee was to meet at 10 a.m. in the studios of ch. 10, with the scheduled broadcast of the Molly Turner show from 10:30 to 11 as part of the meeting. Miss Turner's broadcast was to include an interview with Moshe Leshem, new Consul of Israel in the Southeastern region of the United States, and Mrs. Paul I'ollak. chairman of the French-Israel Festival of Freindship. Active with Israel Bonds since its inception, Mrs. Weitz has been in Israel several times. She ts also a leader in many other community organizations, including Hadassah, the Jewish Federation, Cancer Institute, and Temple Beth Sholom. MIS. lostm OUMTOV Local Delegation Off to Confab The largest delegation from this ares will attend the national convention of Pioneer Women at its biennial session in Cleveland, O., from Sunday through Wednesday. Representing Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women will be Mrs. Milton Green, president, and Mrs. Leo Goldman, chairman of organization. Both Council delegates will actively participate in the program, Mrs. Green presenting a paper, "Accent on Youth," and Mrs. Goldman on "Current Events and American Affairs," during the session on Program and Education. Other local delegates are Mrs. Fannie Levine. Bebe Idelson Club; Mrs. Oscar Zeltzer, Golda Meir Club; Mrs. Abraham Chedroff and Mrs. Sarah Singer, Club 2; Mrs. Bernard Kantor. Kadiraah Club; and Mrs. Ruth Uliss Wagner, Tikvah Club. Main speakers will be Mrs. Golda Meir. Foreign Minister of Israel. Rep. James G. Fulton, of Ohio. Pioneer Women is the international sister organization of Moetzet Hapoalot in Israel, Working Women's Council of Histadrut. Sisterhood Launches Season Beth David Sisterhood will open the season at a membership meeting at 11:30 a.m., Wednesday, in Beth David Auditorium. Program will feature "Sisterhood Follies," directed by Mrs. Meyer Ferer. The cast includes the Mesdames Morris Kleiman, Robert Goldberg, Chas. Adelman, Ralph Grossman. David Alterman, Murray Turetsky r Walter Falk, Morton Beigle, David Rubin, Edward Ginsberg, Alfred Long, Harold Abbott, and Herman Berk, accompanied by Mrs. Saul Von Zampt. Miss Carolyn Weinkle is choreographer. Mrs. Max Jacobson is membership chairman. Mrs. Hyman Boren is decorations chairman, Mrs. Harry Stone is refreshments chairman. Harvest Moon Ball Slalod Beth Emeth Sisterhood will held a Harvest Moon Ball on Saturday evening, Sept. 19, at the auditorium. 12250 NW 2nd ave. This will inaugurate the organization's social season. Mrs. Wolfie Cohen (left), newly-appointed chairman of life memberships of Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom. will be hostess at a brunch in honor of Sisterhood life members Friday, 11 a.m., in the Sisterhood lounge of the Temple. The brunch will precede an open board meeting. Mrs. Howard H. Miller (right) is president of Sisterhood.



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Page 2-B *Jelstrk**&>r i "Sneak Prevue' to Feature Installation Of Women's Division Officers Here CTKt UMU Aqudath Women Elect Officers Afnidath Israel Hebrew Institute S:man Cesar. Wilham Cohen. Fannie Gluck. Fannie Goldberg. HarryGoldman. Sam Hersttowitz. Herman Krauss. Bessie Levine. Fannie Mirchin. Sam-,german. and FVances ITlian TETLEY TEA I < A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1S37 Yev dm Yaw To* cka MtB ~t***t for Mam Kreagth tad An elaborate program which will includes viumie champagne Toast of Friendship." greetings !<\ the Consuls ol France and Israel. M address by Hit MOM a P Bpstem and a "sneak" film prevue of ike "Highlights of the French brad Festival of Fashions" wV.I feature the annual installation of Officers of the WomenN Division .ite of I>rael Bonds on Wednesday. Sept. 23. in the Silver C himes room of the Carillon hotel, it was announced by Mrs Sam F. Danels. chairman of the day. Installing officer will be Mrs Louis Glasser. only woman member from the South on the national board of governors of the Israel Bond organiiation. Preceding the installation lunch eon will be a champagne toast at 11 a.m.. led by the Hon. Jacques E. Turner. Consul of France, and the Hon. Moshe Leshem. Consul of Israel. The toast will be a tribute to the French-Israel Festival of Friendship which starts in Miami with the installation luncheon, and continues to Oct. 22. when the FrenchIsrael Festival of Fashions will take place at the Fontainebleau hotel. The film prevue to be shown at the installation features the highlighjs of the French-Israel Festival of Fashions, as premiered in tr.e fans home of the Baron and Baroness Edmond de Rothschild, and is narrated by Marilyn Cantor, daughter of Eddie Car. Officers of the kraal I Women's Division to be installed are Mesdames .Anna Brenner Me> %  honorary chairman: Max Wettx. general chairman: Bernard Supworth. Miami chairman. Jack -.ck. Miami Beach chairman: Samuel T Sapiro. Miami Trustee chairman: Samuel Ontt. Miami Beach Trustee chairman: Cart Rafey. Miami builder's chairman. Mesdames Betty Feuer. Miami Beach Builder's chairman: Jack K all man. Sponsor's chairman. Paul Pollak. chairman of special events; Trudy Hamerschlag. Chen chairman. Mrs. Sam F. Danels. communications chairman: Bernard Kaplan, publicity chairman: and David Sernaker. organization chairman. Area chairmen are Mr'it—at Marshall GiBer. South Miami: Meyer A. Bastua. Coral Gables. Charles Gottlieb, Bay Heights: Abram Fox. Beth David area: Leo Gel van. Hialeah: Tobias Key sto ne Island: Inmg Train Isle 3 and 4. and Mmis Press. South Shore Aivisory committee m are Mesdames Sam Blai E Goldman. Jeacue Grossrager. Friday, September n, l95g Planning Temple Ner Tamid school acUvit.es to, handle. uv creasedenroUment are Rabb. Euqene Labovitz and Mrs. Louis Gold. Progrcnn includes Hebrew. Sunday and nursery schooto. and vouna teen-aae senior teen-age and adult aro'-ng. Beth Israel Auxiliary to Meet A unique French Israel fashion names of the French fashion shorn on, film will highlight the world. program of the seasons opening Mrs. George Hechter. presided meeting of the Beth Israel Conannounced an innovation for aU gregation Sisterhood Tuesday at membership meetings. Each gatft12 30 p m in the social hall of the enng will also serve to act as a synagogue party for members who are cele... brating their birthday* According to Mrs^ Alexander ^^ R ^^ RottmaIU spirlt Moscov.ts program cha !" aiL the of congregatlon wlU film will feature original* b> >uch ^ ( ^ on ^ lmpending Hlgh world famous designers as BalenHolidays Mrs Hechter will also ciaga. Lanvm-Castilla. Chanel, introduce officers and new roster Jacques Heim and other noted of committee chairmen. rV.se Hoiasu* Ope* Sets* First meeting of the year of m Stephen S Wise Group 0 f HL Mb Will be held at the DeS hotel on Monday at 12 30 p m p" grarr, will feature "highlight,^ Israel* -andHT— w-K.f—*j,-7 Mr* Ruth Kaplan as wmTnemZT Abo to be shown is the new %  It's Good to be Alive." OfiC er of the day will be Mrs. Harry Kopel J&idca Women To Open Season rhood of Temple Judea will present an evening of entertainment for its first meeting of thi • season Wednesday, 8 p.m.. at tin Temple. There will be a sneak prevue of Parish fashions originally show, in the home of Baron and Barootn Edmond S. Rothschild in Paris. TTe unique show is featured in the French-Israel Festival of Friendship. Commentator is Marilyn Castor. The film win feature most of the noted names in the Frenca fashion world, including Balencihea, Lanvin-Castillo. Pierre Cardm. Chanel and Jacques Heinej. Following the fashion show, i musical skit will be presented by the Sisterhood dramatic groap, featuring tunes from "Gigi" Participating in the skit will be Mn. Milton Kati. Mrs. Reuben Heit, Mrs. Henry Hamersmith. Mr. aad Mrs. Al Lewis, and Mrs. Miam Cohen William Rohm is pianist "Mrs. Jack Somberg is prograa chairman. NEW DAIRY MEAL TREAT! brut' .riii' briiissimo! Italian-style! Ravioli SAUCE •re vitk iMt ilttaua aad %  ikhifs aa bete*e aeal David Maska: Stanley C Mvers. Harry Platoft Jacob Rifkm. Ya: kov G Rosenberg. Ti asset Sakrais. Harry Sands. Jacob Sher. Harotd Thermae, aad Cart Weinkle. Vtseaf ScrcetMf Test Slatei test wil be Hi am. t* CHEF BOY-AR-DEE' CHEESE RAVIOLI m "JrlOltm IT S FLORIDA-FOREMOST DAIRIES Phone FR 4-2621 TS. THE MARVELOUS MEATLESS MEAL THAT'S READY TO HEAT 'N' EAT! Par very neat dairy ..for your or supperfed Chef Boy-Ar-Dee has captured a re' Italian Savor m thai new Cheese HavioU feast! just heat...aad hare's what you serve! 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T^av. September 11, 1959 *fehtrkriH->r Pacje 3-B "How to discover and train new 4eaders" is the aim of this trio of consultants who will be teaching at the "Tuesday Series," weekly leadership sessions sponsored by the Federation of Jewish Women's Organizations. Shown checkinq the curriculum are 'left to right) Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakrais. Mrs. Robert Le-vin, and Mrs. Henry Wernick, who will conduct classes in successful fund-raising, membership retention, and programming. Mrs. Bernard Stevens, director of the course, will speak on leadership. Meetings are being held each Tuesday in September, from 9 a.m. to noon, in the community room of the Miami Beach Federal Bank, 407 Lincoln rd. Academy PTA Will Install Installation ceremonies for the febrew Academy PTA will be leld Sept. 19, 8 p.m., at the Crown lotel. Rabbi Alexander Gross, \cademy principal, will be in %  tailing officer. Officers include Mesdames Jolah Caplah,~pTesidom; Herbert lerger, Charles Bogin, Robert ^itowitz and Leonard Rosen, vice; residents; Mesdames Jerome Bienenfeld, ; ecording secretary; Charles Nader, social secretary; Gerald ^reenberg, Bea Martin and Abra-; lam Seif, corresponding secre-1 aries. Mesdames Fred Zisquit, treas-i rrer; Ar{hur Bergman, Henry Penchansky and Eugene Weiss, ; liaison; Leo Reinhard. represen-' cative to national; and Aaron' Lauer, chaplain. Sinai Women List Card Party Sisterhood of Temple Sinai will hold a card party for members and friends in the Temple Auditorium, 12100 NE 15th ave., No. Miami, on Saturday evening, Sept. 19. Mrs. Morris Cohen and Mrs. Sam Bloom, co-chairmen, announce there will be many prizes, and refreshments will be served. Proceeds will be used for kitchen equipment in the recently-dedicated Temple building. [Fashion Festival Planning Session l : planning meeting for the 11 Israel Festival of Fashions I;' Fontainebleau hotel in OctoIbcr will be held Friday morning. 1 %  10 a m., in the home of Mrs. Irving, JMiUir. 2305 Lake ave., it was anInoiinced by Mrs. Paul Pollak, [chairman of tne French-Israel |l ival. i MPollak pointed out that |'lh( Fashion Festival has already [attracted international attention land acclaim with full page cover-, [age in Vogue magazine and coastto-coast newsreel publicity in movie theaters and on television." Paris' top designers and members of the diplomatic corps attended the premiere showing held in the Paris home of Baron and Baroness Edmond de Rothschild. Mrs. Pollak said, "the exhibit immediately created a sensation in-the fashion world which has seldom witnessed such close collaboration between France's famous fashion designers and the fashion industry of another country." Woman Executive To be Speaker NEW YORK—Caroline K. Simon, secretary of state for the State of New York, will be main speaker at the annual convention of the Yeshiva University Women's Or[ ganization at the Hotel Breakers, Aalantic City, N. J., from Sunday, Sept. 20 through Wednesday, Sept. 23. Mrs. Simon will discuss "The Citizen's Role in Higher Educa-J tion." The four-day conclave, which will be attended by some 250 worn-1 en from all sections of the country, j also will feature the election of the i 1959-60 officers, panel discussions, workshops, musical programs, stu-| dent speakers, and other keynote addresses. Mrs. Simon Weber, New York City, national vice president and I cultural chairman of the YUWO, is serving as convention chairman. 0 I HI OCEAM AT 44 th STIIET • %  IA Al 1 I E A < It I savings for your home savings for your youngsters savings for men and women Be here when the doors open at 9:30 SRHWMf use one of our three eonvenient eredit plans



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Friday, Septembw 11, 1959 +Je*)kincridttar MBS. HAffffV KOSfNIlATT ORT Chapters Plan Conference Mrs. Harry nosentolatt, coordinator of education of the Southeastern Florida region of Women's American ORT, is chairman of its annual planning conference, which will be held at the Deauville hotel on Tuesday. The all-day seminar will include plenary sessions, bruncheon and workshops. Keynote address will be delivered by Mrs. Estelle Tischler. president of the region. Other principal speakers will include Mrs. Irving Sussman, honorary president, and Mrs. Max Peaktcr, chairman of the board. Participating in the conference will be leaders of the five chapters throughout the city. Chairmen are Mesda^es Sheldon Kay. Coral Gables: Moe Gardner, Greater Miami; Samuel Pollack, Miami Beach Afternoon; Herbert Silverman, North Dade; Harold Abern, South Miami. For 80 years the recognized world wide vocational training agency for the Jewish people, ORT was conceived in the philosophy that the highest degree of charity was "helping man to help himielf.-' National BBW Picks Executive Director WASHINGTON Miss Miriam Albert has been appointed executive director of B'nai B'rith Women, national president Mrs. Charles D-Solo*Uch. of Detroit, Midi., announced Wednesday. The young director steps to the top post after seven years as BBW's assistant executive director. She now heads the 17-member administrative staff at BBW national headquarters here, and directs coast-to-coast activities of the 135.000 member Jewish worn-' en's service organization. "Miss Albert's exceptional qualifications include wide leadership experience on both volunteer and professional levels,"said Mrs. Solovich, in announcing the unanimous decision of the BBW executive board. A Chicago native, Miss Albert studied psychology and office management at De Paul, Northwestern and the University of Chicago. In 1940, she joined B'nai B'rith Young Women and, rising steadily in its volunteer ranks, became the first BBYW national president six years later. Her election as national leader of the youth organization occurred when she was serving as administrative secretary to the first BBW executive director, who retired when the national office was transferred from Chicago to Washington. Miss Albert began her tenure with the BBW national office at the time of its inception in 1946. She was promoted to assistant executive director in 1952. BBW participates in and supports the programs of B'nai B'rith, including the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization and the Anti-Defamation League, special national projects, include the BBW Franklin Delano Roosevelt Four Freedoms Library in Washington, D. C, and the BBW Children's Home. Page 5-B MISS MIRIAM 41BHT Goodman Hadassah Meeting I. R. Goodman group of Hadassah met ednesday at the Barcelona hotel. Miss Flora Ginick, membership chairman, discussed Hadassah Membership Month. Miss Lillian Goodman, program chairman, gave a talk on the High Holy Days. Mrs. Irving Bernstein presented highlights of her recent trip to Israel and the Middle East. Membership Tea Slated Sunshine chapter of B'nai B'rith I Women will hold its first meeting of the fall season in the form of a "member-bring-a-prospective member tea" at the home of Mrs. I Henry Perlman, 2349 NE 173rd St., 1 No. Miami Beach, on Tuesday at 1 pm. In cbaree of res^Tatinns is Mrs. Eva Porte, 1950 NE 188th st. No. Miami Beach. Beth David Groundbreaking Groundbreaking for the new auditorium at Beth David Congregation will be held Sunday afternoon, Sept. 20, Sidney Aronovitz, congregation president, announced this week. | At Temple Israel School Bells Ring A new set of school bells will ring next weekend, Sept. 19 and 20, for almost 1,000 students at Temple Israel's religious school. Classes ranging from kindergar! ten to the university level will get I under way for the 35th year in a unique program which integrates the family in the educational process, parents, as well as children, in elementary, junior high and high school grades. Te meet the fetching needs, a staff of 32 professional teachers under the supervision of Cantor Jacob G. Bornstein, a Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion education major, has boon assembled. Included among thorn aro several university professors, specialists in art and music, and Temple Israel's own staff of rabbis. Dr. Joseph R. Marot. Rabbi Elijah E. Palnick and Rabbi Morris W. Graff. Although the teachers are certificated as public school pedagogues in the State of Florida, they are required to meet the rigid standards demanded of Jewish educators at Temple Israel, school officials declared. This year, as many, have done in the past, "newer, teachers will be required to take | courses given by the Temple rabbis in order to earn credits required for increments and contini uance on the teaching staff," they said. Classes at Temple Israel meet. Fashion Editor in Talk Regular meeting of the Emma Lazarus group of Hadassah will be held at the Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn., Normandy dr., on Monday at 12:30 p.m. Program will feature David Hendel and Edith Applebaum, Jewish Floridian fashion editor, in "Charm and Fashion." funds for Cancer Research Cprai chapter of the American Medical Center at Denver will hold a luncheon and fashion show at the Everglades hotel on Wedneslay noon, Sept. 30. Funds are for the Eleanor Roosevelt Institute for Cancer Research at the Denver hospital. Co-chairmen are Me.sdames Jerry Baker. George Rosen and Alan Benjamin. Workshop Showcase Sunday Ruth Foreman will open her Studio M Playhouse Artists' Workshop Showcase on Sunday evening, 8 p.m., at Studio M, Bird rd. in Coral Gables. The public Is invited to this second in a series of workshops. on both Saturday and Sunday, and optional Hebrew studies are conducted during the week for both boys and girls. There is no charg* for school, which is open only to Temple members. The weekend adult courses will be on "Com par ative Religions," "The Apocrypha and the New Testament," and the •Social Outlook of the Bible." O O o C? ? sBl&l/D /c/ oofYibthzfion *v\ t + o/,C£ Now ... from the famous kitchens of MANISCHEWITZ Whitefish & Pike We 2W Gefilte Fish ^"hen It comet to real gefilte fish, the blend's the thing. 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Friday. September 11 Page &-B <3n the Kealm of *-->< Miss Rapchik Now Mrs. Kaplan of tkc 1 P-an. •*•"** ^ fan OB SMiu. Sc. CaUbbi Irving Leinnaa oftieiatedThe bride is the daagMer of Mr and Mrs David & Rapchik. MO Crespi Mr*. Miami Beach. The groom u the sea of the late Mr and Mrs Si—rl a^adam. Matron of hoaor was Mrs. Jndy Katay Bernard D. Kaplan was best Baa for his brother. t shers vcsaded Seymour Mufson. Martia Rothman. Jerrv Eittay. Fred Rapchik. Ronald Becker. Lee Brody aad Alan Brody. hride chose a cocktail-length silk orgaaza tow. and earned a boumnet of orchids and s:ephanoro oa a prayer book. She attended Lakewood. N. i_. ffih School aad the University of M't-rrr where she was a ntember of Phi Sigma Sigma sorority. The groom aneaded the University of Miami aad New York Universtty. where he b tl au grri to Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity. He is a parehasmg agent for a textile Reception followed the ceremony at the Embers restaurant. After a huuejuiuou m Paerto Rico. Haiti aad Jamaica, the eoupse will be at aouae at 2104 NX WTth at, RM Miami Beach. Jamaica Trip For Shechters Recaa Ginger Beraw aad Benjamin Leonard Sheehter win trre at • Jefferson ave. Beach, after -their Jamaica. Barons Will Live in Gables Dr and Mr*. S Charles Wer blow. 720 E DiLido dr.. Miami Beach, %  norr the mamage of tneir daaghter. Lgnne Tracy to Martin William Baron, son of Mr. Amort Banm. of So Miami, and the late Mrs Baron. The couple exchanged wedding wows m • • %  ceremonies Saturday Sept. 5. at the Seville hoteL MW of baanr was Miss Jan CapIaauL Leakta Cohen. Carat Kupper Un.ia Zalkin. and Mrs. Milton Schermer were bridesmaids. Best man was Robert Baron. rbmii i nciuded Michael Schwers*r Edward Scmfftnan. Stanley ••-rater Richard Werhtow. aad Mas mgm. -^ a-w* %  i M:aan Brack ^-(•niane. and eat receive a %  air n vmactm iw Ae I'n%  aaaBj af Mann a rwrnary She mil f Sapaa Det a^Taa, ^^iermxT 1 -*. Aajim w/rw*r-IUhn W*r-icuai at Carai GaMes. Wmf-lalThe coapie exchanged wedekag TOWS at the Algiers hotel Thursday. Sept. 1 Rabbi Mayer Afetaaa -J mmraated The mmM aad Mrs. Henry ter The groom is the Esther Sheehter. ave and the late Philip S h u Met Matron af haaor far her sister was Mrs. Araotd M. Strauss MJS Rath Platt aad Miss Sherry Scope were bndesaaaads. Edward Maxwell was best mam. Ushers mciaded Samuel Fanaaa and Martia Rose. Given in marriage by her Harry Rirhmia of Chacago. al. the bride wore a tradiPoail bridal gowa of white satm aad chaatiUy lace featuring a chapel length tram She earned a banquet af white orchids oa her coafinaatjan Bible. Newrvwed its. Sheehter attended the Uarversary of Alabama aad the University of Florida, where she was a member of Alpha Epsikm Phi soronty. Turner, Hfcier Exchange Vows Jacajnemae Laara Hiner became CanMea S. Tamer in 2 p m arias* Sunday Sept 6. at Temple Beth Am. Rabbi Herbert Baum gard affxiated. TV besde ;the dauehter of Mr. and Mrs. Saaford K. Bron*tein. 775a" SW Hck* af The groom's parents are Mr and MrSamuel .Tamer. 33K SW 22nd ter. Masd of honor was Miss Susan Freedman Mrs Gail Jaffe was bridesmaid and Mam Katby Conderm ann was junior bruWmaid. Best man was Morton SharelL Sander Knopmaa was usher. Following a motor trip through the Western states, the couple will be at home at 30 Stdonia. Coral Gabies. Wedding BeHs For Wedding bells rang Sunday. Sept & for Barbara Ana Greenwald and Stanford Philip Miller, w-no were married in the Saxony hoteL Mrs. Miller is the daughter of Mrs Jerome GreenwaJd. 8221 Crespi bivd Miami Beach, and the late Mr GreenwaW. She was given in mamage by her oldest brother, Morton. Greenwalds Freimans Say Vows on Beach Joseph A Freimaa psychologist aad genatnc expert was married to Rose Oseasohn at the Montmartre hotel on Friday. Aug. 28. Rabbi Morris A Shop officiated Guests were Mr. and Mrs Irvin? Freiman and daughter Mernty. son. daughter-in-law and granddaughter of the groom. Dr. Richard O. Bicks. of Memphis, son of the bode, and Miss J. Oseasohn. The coapie. after a short honeymoon, will make their home in M,amt Beach. Both bride and groom graduated from Miami Beach High School aad attended the university of Miami. Mr. Miller, son of Mr>. Leonard Miller. 800 83rd st. Miami Beach, and the late Mr. Miller, also studied at the University of Mary land. After a wedding trip to Jamaica. the couple will live at MO Biarritz dr.. Miami Beach. • • • Mandel (-Swimmer Wedding vows were exchangel Sunday evening. Sept. by Evelyn Swimmer and Saul Mandell in Beth El Congregation. Tbey are honeymooning in Haand will live in Miami when th* Mrs. Mandell. daaghter of lav aad Mrs. William Swimmer, ran SW 7th St.. attended the ML Sad] School of Nursing. Her hu sb a n d received i derm] in civil engineering froIndian] Technical College. He is toe Mr. and Mrs. Max J Manse!/ Meridan are., Miami Beach. • "• • Glass-Kaxiaw Wedding vows and nogs at exchanged by Manryn De ~ and William Harold I dav evening, Sept. 1. in tha ville hoteL They are asawyrnccr.. Juan and St Thomas and will! in Decatar, Gau when they Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. SoJl moar U. Katie*. 2140 Bay dr, ami Beach, Mrs. Glass grid from Miami Beach High aad *f tended the University of Miaawj Mr. Glass is the son of Mn. man A. Glass. Raleigh. N C,: the late Mr. Glass. He the U ai eiaa\y of Nor.h and North Carolina State. Ifta f o Bktt Woman s Branch of Yessava I'm verssty will meet Tuesday. 1 p.a. at the Miami Beach Federal Bank Program wsfl acsade ekccf DIET FACTS: Beauty Salons in School Proqram A 'back to scknoi program is cow being featured at Ruth Re gaa Beauty Salons. MB Collins and Mas Harding ave Rath Regma has had many year* ot beauty expenescc in the I er Miami are. i makeup artist for national tele vision network shews. The back to school" program emphasizes glamorizing pre-teens aad teen ager* oa the occasion -f the new school year aws. mtua ma HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON GORDON and PONT 17t H. W. Sth ST, MIAMI •ode* S.^rv.i — ,1 gaited own noon (1TIIIII fo a amsgeas PHONE F***V*\ Bat MOZVaaM tfOinM* %  ^^•t 71 %  % %  A1 0 w SToass v, aaasai BIKUR CHOUM KOSHER CONVALESCENT HOME NON PROFIT — NON-SECTARIAN SUPPORTEO BY YOUR COMMUNITY "*•< Or. Hue H. %  sj at r^M •*•• Or. lute M. lnwr. W niw ir 2UIOUR NURSING DOCTORS ON CALL IETS OBSERVED — CONGENIAL SURRCUNDfW** %  4f C.^aawsaaa^... aWmUmi ALL DIETS OBSERVEO •OcMBB mgoTfal g 310 Collins Art.



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ridoy. September 11. 1959 + kist n*rkfe>n Page 7-B harmingiy uours 9 -&ditlt ^Mpp'cb aunt Florida depicting the points of interest and industry. It was made under the direction of Mrs. Virginia Jordan, of Kensington Park Elementary School. Many of the teachers spent most of the summer planning and making the various exhibits. Dr. Joe _Hj.ll, superintendent, of public instruction for bade county*,* com 'Help Me Find Teen Viewpoint,' Beach Girl Writes to Editor Editor, The Jewish Florietien: 7 a"m~ an ITJT% year-old girl, r mented on the excellent presencently out of high school, and lookj ore j g 0 1 know I will meet others, but it woujrj be./^assuring to_Jtfar about "Israel from those my own age beIAYFRONT Park Auditorium was the scene Wednesday, ept. 2, of a tea attended by %  ver 2.500 elementary school teachers sponsored by the Assn. L Childhood Education, and was Even as a welcome for the new rimary school teachers of Dade ounty. Mrs. Beatrice Stepkin was airman of the tea, which feaj a "Festival Around Flortheme, and included a welome to Alaska and Hawaii. Mrs. jtepkin selected a black cbonlace dress wHh a tripleered skirt. Black peau de soie inds separated the tiers. Her nail hat was of turquoise fathers, and she wore a large pie orchid. I Program chairman was Mrs. Jary Roath. The welcome adess was given by Miss MargaNash, president of the Assn. pr Childhood Education. |Mrs. Eli King was casually dressed in a blue and white checked gingham shirtwaist. She was recently included in "Who's Who in America." Director of elementary education, Mrs. Malvina Liebman, selected a sheath print of cocoa on beige, with a matching colored hat and accessories. In addition to her many duties, which include lecturing to various teachers' organizations and PTA groups, she has also found time to devote to numerous civic committees. Miss Betty Gilkey, assistant to the director of elementary education, wore an iced mint green cotton shirtwaist. Matching colored lace appliques cascaded down the front and back of the bodice. • • • A MONG the most prominent displays was an eight-foot high, three-dimensional map of tation and beautiful table decorations at the tea. Principal of Coral Way Elementary School, Mrs. Lorraine Byrnes, was smartly dressed in a silk and cotton sheath. Her print was in muted gold and white, with a modified sweetheart neckline and a slight sug-1 gestion of cap sleeves. She also I wore a small white cap style hat of lace and veiling. Mrs. Stepkin has been teaching with Mrs. Byrnes since 1932. A former Miami Senior High faculty member and now director of the newly-created office of career increments, is Mrs. Faye Simon. For this tea she chose a pink woven cotton modified shirtwaist with the back yolk of inserted pink organza. Leaf appliques of the dress fabric were on the organza, and her hat and accessories were in white. Miss Roberta Stepkin sang two selections, and was accompanied by her vocal voacb, Mr. Hal Edwards. Miss Stepkin selected a sheer white silk organza over a white silk taffeta printed with red roses. The red was repeated in a contour satin belt, and shoes dyed to match. I will be leaving Miami Beach Sept. 24. MERRY SCHIFF Miami Beach ing forward to Oct. 8, when I will leave for Israel from New York City. I am giving up college for this trip because I feel it is a chance in a lifetime for any young person. I will remain there until June, working in Tel Aviv for the eight months, and then meet an American student group in Europe and tour for six weeks. I will return to the United States sometime in August arMl decide whether I went to return to Israel to live, which I certainly hope to do. It is quite easy to find people 40 years and older who have been to the country to get their opin-1 llClftf idles Lont IflUe ions and judgments, but I'm hav. „. „ ing a difficult time finding young I !" et sa es for "g Sft^Z people 19 to 30, boys and girls who *f *"* nt,nue !" *"£ Congregation, according to William Weintraub, chairman of the ticket committee. Tickets may be purchased weekdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and in the evening from 8 to 10 p.m. Fridays and Sundays, the hours are 9 a.m. until noon. 'Gaucho' to be Shown Douglas Fairbanks, Lupe Velez and Mary Pickford will be starred in "The Gaucho" which will be shown in the Miami Public Library Auditorium on Sept. 17 at 8:30 p.m. Admission is, by free tickets which will be given out at the Main Library on Sept. 14. have had the opportunity to go and are home. I write you this letter hoping that perhaps you know of people whom I could contact. I am looking forward to this trip with much enthusiasm. My contacts in Israel so far are the best yet—officials and diplomats it the government. Through them tuple to Live Hollywood Elaine Kay Dresnick and MorSchultr were married at the rillon hotel on Saturday eveSept. 5. Jhe bride is the daughter of Mr. Mrs. Jack Dresnick, of Holly. She attended the University I Miami and graduated from the vis Institute of Medical Techogy. he bridegroom is the son of Mr. Mrs. Nathan Schultx, 5471 W. ave., Hialeah. liter a wedding trip to Mexico, couple will live at 1600 Moffett Holly-wood. sterhood Slates rthday Party (isterhood of North Dade JewI Center will conduct a birthday Ity and dance Saturday night at piel Social Hall. filly Bellack and Trio, featurTerry, will provide live music. Ihday gifts wil| be presented all guests whose birthdays are tbrated in September. (isterhood will open its fall eting schedule with a filmed ivue of the French-Israel FashShow. pie meeting, open to all memand friends, will be held at tei Social Hall Monday eve-' B'rith Gitlens Observe 37th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gitlen, of 350 SW 29th rd., celebrated their 37th wedding anniversary Sept. 3. They are the parents of three daughters, Mrs. Frank (Lilliam Morris, Mrs. William (Shirley) Shacter, and__ Mrs. Jack (Ruth) Kessler, all of""Miami, and also have four grandchildren. Sam and Sophie are charter members of Temple Tifierth Israel. They originally moved here from Hartford, Conn. Visual Tests for CfciWren *, Visual screening tests for preschool and school-age children were given Wednesday by the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Murray Solomon Post Jewish War Veterans, and the Dade County Optometric Assn. in a mobile eye unit at Coral Way and SW 37th ave. 'Success' His Topic Ike Cahail. area manager of the Dale Carnegie School here, will speak on "the three Keys to Success" at a meeting of the Sisterhood of Hialeah Reform Jewish Congregation, 1150 W. 68th St., Monday at 8:30 p.m. Temple Ner Tamid choir in practice session for High Holy Days at the home of Mrs. George Jules. Seated are Charles Lacombe and Mrs. Jack Donnerstag. Standing are Reuben Idels, Mrs. Leonard Corns, Mrs. Emanuel Sponder, Norman Danzis and Mrs. Jules. BB Chapter Holds Summer Meet Eleanor Roosevelt chapter of Bromley, 5300 SW 4th st., chapter The first Now Tollis Design In More Thoo A Generation! Created by WOtOZM FOO THE men HOLIDAYS ondlerthe president. Workshop participants included Mrs. Lester Fredel, ways and means; Mrs. Norton Goodfriend, B'nai B'rith Women recently held its first mid-summer convention at the Algiers hotel. The function marked the tenth anniversary of the chapter, which membership; Mrs. Norman Arbetwas founded by Mrs. Gerald Soltz,' man, programming; Mrs. Norman 6300 SW 33rd ct, Miami. Sand, retention and hospitality; .. ii J Mrs. Deems Tayler and Mrs. *,rMrs. Soltz was recently installed wjn Marshal ciuze nship and civic as president of District 5 B nai d pnilant h r opies. Women, comprising some 150 B'nai B'rith chapters in Florida, -1 Maryland, Washington, Georgia, onrf Annual Dinner Douce I !" 01 a,,d Mh CaroliD and Vir gima. lb u i ,.? alkin ch "P ter of Convention coordinator was Mrs. i Hnth Women will hold its _„.;,.,,„. ii sw IOTA rt n<: annual dinner dance Sept. Jcrome Robinson SW rdrt., Mrs. Soltz was kickoff speaker. | Greetings were by Mrs. Chester, Also participating were Mrs. Samuel Schwartz and Mrs. Don Block, publicity: Mrs. Norman Reinhard and Mrs. Lou Flum, B'nai B'rith affiliates. txausivt flATUItlS: e BlesshifS ef the Tollis, in gleaming white-eowhitt everell pattern, <— right into the luxuries fabric. • WHEN TAUIS IS WORN, BLESSINGS APPEAR RIGHT SIDE UP ON LEFT t RIGHT HALVES -beautiful te look ot-easy to read! e Cellar lavishly embroidered in gleamina tomish-preel IOOtallic gold or silver thread, e Tallit is striped in dee* iridescent hlee. mSfSSmm Woloziil Tallis IOOK K> THIS ItAMMAMl ON IW r OtNUINt WOCOZIN TAUIS Available AT Y04JR LOCAL DEALER I at the Crown hotel. In charge liniorniation is Mrs. A. Pepper. •/kadifruL E/erieVi Oldest M Rsco*rfted u SCNOOt Of THE THEATRE 762 Arthut Godfrey Rood Anneftntcet THIRTEENTH YEAR SCHEDULE Classes commence Sept. 21st CHILDREN — TEENAGERS — ADULTS (evenings) [U.S. Deet. ef Jestice het qualified the DRAMATIC ACADEMY te accept jore.an students (one ef the few private Drama Scbeelt in the ceantry |'c qualified). Ruth Foreman A.B., Director-Owner "ED PIPER PLAYHOUSE ACTORS STUDIO M PLAYHOUSE For Appointment Call JE S-8492 Junior Auxiliary to Meet First regular meeting of the Junior Auxiliary of the Jewish Home for the Aged will be held Tuesday at the Home. Mrs. Lillian Cole, president, will introduce new members. Mrs. Seymour Liebman is program chairman. 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Page 8-B vjmistncrldton Friday. September gar JUU: Lawrence Del-ton Bar Mitzvah of Lawrence, son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip DeLeon. 900 S. Stillwater dr.. will be held Saturday morfifng, "Sept. 12; at North Shore Jewish Center. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will officiate, student in the Reception in Barry's honor will follow the ceremony at the ->n.i gogpe. offiMax Stewart Dr. Irving Lehrman will ciate at the Bar Mitzvah of Max Bernard Steingart Saturday morn PMUI* HAKVtT MAMCr lAWtfNCl sotr JSZ5A 1 £"££. £ ~ liZ7 ] ,rS* UTTER TO m EDITOR attends Nautilus Junior High. su jngart H e attends eighth grade at Miami Beach Junior High and Temple Emanu-El religious school. Barry Foster Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute will be the site of the Bar Mitzvah of Barry Eliott Foster Saturday morning. Sept. 12. Rabbbi Isaac Ever will officiate. Barry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Foster. 1155 N. Biscayne Abramowitz will officiate Point rd.. is an eighth grade stuHarvpy son of Mr and Harvey Pneo Harvey Pincus will become Bar „ -. .-.— Mitzvah during Saturday morning EDITOR, Tht Jewish FlorMian. Rabbi Disputes Biblical Citation services. Sept 12, of North Shore Jewish Center. Rabbi Mayer dent at Nautilus Junior High, and attends Agudath Israel religious school. son ol air. ana Mrs. Paul Pincus. 1365 South Biscayne Point rd.. is a student in the religious school of the Center, and attends Nautilus Junior High. High, where he is in the eighth .. P ..i" anrl Bar Mitzvah At Summer Camp Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wollman. of 435 NW 45th ave., Miami, celebrated the Bar Mitzvah of their son. Glen David, at their summer camp for children, Camp Ocala, Vmatilla. Fla.They weekend of Aug. 28 through : Services were performed at amphitheatre around the lake by Rabbi J. Susskind. of St. Petersburg. Wollman is principal of DuPuis Elementary' School. Hialeah. Guests came from California, New York. New Jersey. Delaware. Miami and Lakeland. This was the second Bar Mitzvah held at the camp during the season. Directors of the camp are Leona r d Wollman, D r Theodore Struhl, Ben Miller and Robert Wollman. Phillip Kan Temple Judea will ir be the Your issue of Aug. 21 contained a letter by Maurice Weinberger of Miami Beach directed to Samuel G. Kling, "Your Marriage Counselor.' Included in his remarks was the sentence, "Within the pages of the Bible is a rule and thing guide for every ing to marriage berger should bo employed in pulpits where considerable time to study is feasible. Unfortunately, the multi-faceted duties of the modern upon the richer sources of scholarship, which will in tur, able him to counsel ihe ir.arriej] However, as long as the rd rabbinate wi "'* *<* !" 4 the nave"occupied the attention of the JJjJj^ fU *£*£ g rabbi to the exc.us^n every^ mMng T!Z^ C f Kh ,n rrerfthose in him to faci,i,a,e intensifiedsituation pertainhooves the rabbi to direct those in su g ges ,io„ 0 f Mr. Weirt need of couneetoe to. competent. %  pertaining to ministers in w and rabbis in particular. as i_ selors, will have to be shel?etj t must be pointed up Dc a t,i e to render a greater service In closing, may 1 humbly that the validity of this remark lhan tne rabbi. 8 es t to my colleagues woo must be predicated upon tfce illu-1 no time at all for study, to of our sages What we need today Is an edu bona-fide professional counselor site I was indeed happy to read this sucn as Mr. Kling, who by virtue of the Bar Mitzvah of Phillip Kanstatement. By the same token. of his training and experience > er Saturday morning. Sept. 12. Phillip is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Kaner. 1801 SW 33rd ct. mrnating statement A student at Shenandoah Junior BAra>so, ^ =_..„_ which is not indicated in the BiWon't Tolerate Blockade-Golda Judea religious school, and will s enter the confirmation department's class of 1961. Guests at the Bar Mitzvah will incJode Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sharon and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Sector, his grandparents. Nancy Lechtner Bas Mitzvah of Nancy Lechtner will be celebrated Saturday morning. Sept. 12, at Temple EmanuEl. Dr. Irving Lehrman will offi ciate. Nancy is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lechtner and granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Obhansky. She attends eighth grade at Nautilus School and Temple Emanu-El religious school. Nancy will begin classes at the Temple Hebrew High School. Luncheon and reception will be of Torah and the sole disseminator of Jewish law. thereby granting the rabbi sufficient time to draw the advice of the M'Prague" regarding a syi study for pulpit rabbis. RABBI HERSCHELL SiVIL Miami Hebrew Cong.rtjihl refers are only indications and not a clear-cut unequivocal source ol guidance or a comprehensive guide to marriage so greatly needed by young married couples today. These indications m u s t b e translated into concrete realities before they can be deemed palatable to husband and wife. To achieve this end the rabbi must have the time, as well as piece of mind, to study and apply the various hermeneutical principles at his disposal in order effectively to counsel the couple. The area of marriage counseling is not as simple as Mr. Weinberger sets forth, nor is the Bible as lucid a text as he thinks. Rabbis making an effort to counsel the married by utilizing the method suggested by Mr. WeinBrOWOrd-N. Dade | Goodwill Group to M**f Council to Meet Goodwill Group of Greater j ami will open its new fall with a luncheon, sponsored] Mrs. Frank Hoffman, pre Mrs. B. Geltner. vice pr and Mrs. Lena Kripple, secretary, at 1947 W. Flagler j on Sept. 17 at 12:30 p.m. Broward-North Dade Council of B'nai B'rith Women will hold its first regular meeting of the season on Sept. 17. 8:30 p.m., at Temple Beth Sholem, 1725 Monroe, Hollywood. The new Council has five chapters which encompass three chapters in the North Dade area, one Swim-Membership Pc,*fy in Hollvwood, and one in Ft. Lauderdalc. Gilbert J. Balkin chapUfj Mrs. Morris Sterling has planned B'nai B'rith Women was to I a workshop on membership to asa swim-membership party si-t newly elected membership day g:30 pm> at t h e uoot] chairmen. In charge of mformaM u ... 3-.. lion is Mrs. Alvin Wank, presi-' M rs M "* *>'**' b dent. 1021 NE 154th ter, No. Miami *• %  Coral Gables. In charge^ Beach. ervations was Mrs. B. We TEL AVIV—(JTA) -There can be no peace if the United Nations permits "flagrant attacks" by one member of the UN against another, and 'Israel has no intention to tolerate" such a situation. Mrs. Golda Meir. Israel's Foreign Min.ster. declared Monday night while discussing Israel's grievance against United Arab Republic interference with shipping through the Suez Canal. Mrs. Meir made the statement in an address at a Mapai Party election rally here Sunday night. Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion was scheduled to address the rally also, delivering -the first election address since his return from a French Riviera vacation. held in her honor Saturday, 1 p.m., at Ihe Algiers hotel, followed by a njmjjfwGiven Award special reception for Nancy's teen-age friends on Saturday eveHarold L. Dunsky, executive dining at the 'Lechtner residence. rector of the Mt. Sinai Hospital development fund, was presented with an award by Dean William F. Zacharias, of the Chicago-Kent College of Law. at the annual alumni luncheon held recently at the According to an announcement Beau Rjvage hotel in Bal Harby Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, 5,,,. Dunsky, a resident of North president of the Jewish National Miami Beac h, graduated from Fund Council of Greater Miami, Chicago Kent College of Law in the Council will hold its first meet1957> and is the most rece nt grad mg of the season on Wednesday uate residing in Florida, evening. 8 p.m., in the Rosewood room 01 the Fontainebleau hotel. JNF Council Meet Wednesday After a short business agenda, "all YOUOQ luoel Services during which plans for the coming year will be discussed and formulated, with particular emphasis Recalling UAR interference with on the forthcoming JNF fifth anshipping to and from Israel nu al banquet on Nov. 19, the through the Suez Canal, Mrs. Meir meeting will be turned over to Jasaid: "One cannot ask Israel to cob C. Fishman, program chairtolerate such attacks and, at the man of the Council, same time, tell her she cannot exGuest speaker will be Rabbi d erase her right of self-defense beYaakov Rosenberg, cf Beth David ? 0 a m cause such an exercise of right Congregation. Music and would mean war." will follow. Young Israel of Greater Miami, 16750 NE 10th ave., No. Miami Beach, will hold High Holy Day j services for Rosh Hashona Oct. 3 and 4. and Yom Kippur, Oct. 12.1 Rabbi Sherwin Stauber announced | that tickets for the public will be, available each Tuesday and Thurs-1 songs PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT I HAVE WITHDRAWN MY SUPERVISION AND AM NO LONGER RESPONSIBLE FOR THE KASHRUTH OF QUALITY MEAT MARKET AT 1819 S.W. 8th STREET OWNED AND OPERATED BY MR. A. CHIEL RABBI ARIE BECKER Author Honored at Meeting Abraham Warshaw, author of "Between Fire and Blood," was honored at a meeting of the Lebediger Branch of Farband Sept. 2 at the Seville hotel. Participating urn lloaha Levine, president, Ben Ginsberg, Aaron Katz, H. Kalisky, and B. Morrison. HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES AT THE COMPLETELY AIR-CONDITIOHID Dade County Auditorium 2901 West Flagler Street, Miami CONDUCTED BY RABBI SAMUEL APRIL AND CANTOR JACOB ISRAEL NEUMAN of "SHIRAT ISRAEL", JERUSALEM in His First American Appearance AND CHOIR OF THE 11 Insurance firm Approved Greater Miami Insurance Board this week approved a North Dade firm for membership. The agency, Leon Tishman Insurance, has been doing business at 19944 NW 2nd ave for 14 months. Tishman is a five-year veteran of the insurance business His wife, Helen, li associated with him in the agency. CORAL WAY %  JEWISH CENTER Free Nursery Service for Children Agss 2 %  3 Free Junior Services Ages 6-12 MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS HOW AT Dade County Auditorium for Reservations or Further Information PHONE HI 3-6619 DAY OR NIGHT Box Office Now Open Mon.'thru Thura. 9 A.M. to 1C *•* Frt 9 A.M to 6 P.M. 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, Septet^"" "' 19S9 ~*j&vw3wr wwtMrwQwOttn Page 8-B :il Plans for Fifth Annual Banquet; Committee Members Announced members for the, lin .„„*! Fund Council Mayshe Friedberg, Miss Lillian .announced WednesGoodman, Sam Kagan. Frieda Kal* ^,Coldman. chairmjP-of stein. William Kline. Max Kolker, '" K1 Card ano^fiabbi Mrs. Morris Laster. Oscar Lelchuk. L.^,r,. n i Khiel Lesowoder, Mrs. Pauline Levick, Seymour Liebman, Joseph "council's fifth an-1 Mechlow. Mr. and Mrs. Gershon Miller, Mrs. Miriam Press, Mrs. Isaac linn to Rabbi AbramoPushkin. Julius Rosenstein, Rayr.l! I"" ._..—_ -J U.,H(., Irvine C/.k.l.n.on BaM imo^'iti, president Ciner, in the form of ^•;;r:i 1 b ehe 1 dNov..9 i]: Fcnti.mel.leau hotel. apr Goldman the following mojid Rubin, Irving Schatzman, been na med to the commitSam Schachno, Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, Al gherman, Mrs. Wolf Shklair, Mr. and Mrs'. J. Z. StadUph Alter. JohanL. Herman ^ R Smsko Mrs ^ Ire B alolenk,, Mr and Mrs. Dr and ^ Zucker tan Bookspan. Albert Broad,. i M Broad Mrs. Jacob Dabraun. ftJL Dickman. Leon J. Ell. Goldman said that additional a Mrs Fzra Finegold, Ja-j names wiU be added to the coma "". "hman. A braham Fraidmittee, which is now in formation. W/rt 20 Parties Will Run wdidates in November Polling k AVlV-(JTA)-At least 20 lical factions would present %  rate lists of candidates for the Ember elections to the Knetset (el's parliament. Supreme Court Ece Y. Sussman, chairman of re-al election committee. %  I bi Recommend Blacklist DNDON-(JTA) — The Arab tuc't boycott office disclosed it had recommended the Jtlist-g of six American, three ish two French and two Swiss Is, all engaged in the electrical Istry, on he grounds that they 1 viol.ved the Arab anti-Israel regulations. Earlier the kuc announced that it had Ed 15 more American and Eulan companies to the list of Is barred from doing business ^rat countries on the ground tiic> violated the boycott. fI Sisterhood iterhcod of Congregaton Beth I d its first regular meetseason on Tuesday, 8 I le Dora August Memo%  Hall. 50ii SW 17th ave. predicted this week. There are 14 parties in the last Knesset. The election committee has already distributed applications to some 40 parties, and at least half of these are expected to produce the required 750 signatures before the filing deadline. oanoaeoooi ~ %  "—' Seme friction has arisen among the factions of the National Religious front, which combine* the Mixr.chi and the Mepeal Hamixrachi. parties. The latter faction ha* demanded that its candidate* he placed in the top position on the list, otherwisethe | party threaten* to enter a sepa| rat* list. It was learned here that the /'Semitic Action" group known as the "Canaanites." decided not to I present its own list. The group had previously said it would name as head of its list David Ben Haroush, the self-proclaimed leader of the North African immigrants. Haroush is now facing trial in Haifa for inciting the recent Wadi Salib riots. The "Canaanites" seemed, to think that Haroush's candidacy would bring about his release from 1 jail. Citizens Federal Savings and Loan Assn. of Hialeah groundbreaking for the association's new Palm Springs branch office shows P res ident David Stuzin (standing) directing S. F. Danels. executive vice president and chairman of the building committee scooping out Citizens Federal Breaks Ground the first few yards of dirt. Satisfied one Scoopmobile is better than two shovels, director I. W. Barheld (left) and Hialeah Mayor Henry Milander lean on their shovel handles with relief. The first shovelsful of dirt were' turned over Wednesday at the cor[ ners of Red rd. and W. 49th St., Hialeah, as work was started on the new Palm Springs branch office of Citizens Federal Savings and Loan Assn. of Hialeah. The one and one-half story building, which is designed along the lines of the Association's present main office building at 400 Hialeah dr., will be ready for use in early 1960, according to president David Stuzin, and will incorporate many "firsts" in customer service equipment and systems. I I Stoiin pointed out that the use \ of a single basic building design, a "first" in the South, wMI help identity the Association's two office* to their ZMM savings and mortgage customers. I STAMPS FOR COLLECTORS feoeieflaiea is ••" AJrasaUs of the WerM. Israel oed U.S. The Airmail King *f America j Complete lie* PJ.ifato.ic Supplies HAIRY REKHENTHAl I 413-15* $T. atiAJa* REACH. F1A. \ L v kmple Ner Tamid will hold a "welcome home" party for the Jtiie congragation Sunday evening. Planning the affair are Ply Bellack. band leader whose trio will entertain, and Harry Pne.derman. president of the Men's Club. JABIL'S STEAK DEN ltto-A WASHINGTON AVE., MIAMI BEACH RESTAURANT an. Of UCAUSSEN STRICTLY — nco — KOSHER CLOSED ON SA8BATH AND HOLIDAYS UNDER STRICTEST ORTHODOX SUPERVISION "TERJHC FOR moCcTsiONS I ***** """" ^ t" ——_____ Slower* William Horpioger Telephone IE 1-1496 Jewish University Eyes '60 Opening CHICAGO —All colleges of the Jewish University of America at Skokie, 111., will be in operation by fall of 1960, if the campaign to raise the last $500,000 necessary to complete the university's building program is successful, according to Max Bressler, national chairman of the development program of the university. Buildings now complete contain the library to include 60,000 vol[umes as required by the North Central Assn. of Colleges, dormitories, classrooms, administration offices, kitchen and dining hall fa• cilities, and the power plant. Buildings now under construction, and scheduled for comple1 tion in 1960, include th* now sanctuary. Rose Cohen College and Esther Fisher Student Day Center for Women. Hall of Sa%  cred Treasures, Rabbi Ephraim Epstein Kollel research school in Talmudic law, and the Hebrew Theological College, the rabbinical school of th* university, founded in Chicago n 1922. The Liberal Arts College of the university is opening on Tuesday, Bressler said. Colleges now in operation include the Hebrew Theological College and Rabbi Ephraim Epstein Kollel, temporarily housed in one of the existing buildings on the 16-acre, $5,000,000 tract, the College of Advanced Hebrew Studies, and the Israeli Institute. A teachers' institute and preparatory academy are also planned, as well as an Institute of Martyrology. S. F. Danels, executive vice president and chairman of the building committee, announced the new building costing an esti-i mated $500,000 will be a "magnificent architectural addition to the) area and an outstanding demon-j stration of the Association's con stantly increasing importance ui 11 h e economic development o f 1 Greater Miami." The building was designed by the Chicago Bank Equipment i Company, specialists in bank architecture, with Dean Parme-, lee. Miami office manager, supervising mnch of the design. The Taylor Construction Company, Miami, has been named as general contractors. Interior decorating is being planned and supervised by Barbara Dorn, New York, San Francisco, and Miami interior design consultant. The new Citizens Federal branch building, measuring approximately 100 by 100 ft., will be located.on t the outside southeast corner of the I Palm Springs Shopping Plaza, now ; under construction, facing Red rd. and W. 49th st. The *evon-y**r-otd *aving institution, which opened for business July 5, 1952 with initial assets of $25e,000, reported total resources in excess of $24 million as of Jun* 30, 1959. Citizens Federal opened its first branch office in April. 1958 in temporary quarters at 4606 Palm ave. In addition to Stuzin and Dan els groundbreaking ceremonies were attended by the Associations other officers and directors, Hialeah Mayor Henry Milander and members of the Hialeah City Council, representatives of community and civic organizations, and the local press. ——ATrar—— CHINCH BUG CONTROL 4-8-12 month* Guaranteed Satisfaction or your money back Alao Completa Lawn Service TU 5-1367 any time WANTED EXPERIENCED YOUNG PERSON to direct social activities of our J oangsters and teen-agers. Must ave programing and previous experience with yeetk groups. Position is several nights a week. Write resume and salary desired. No phone calls. NORTH 0A0E JEWISH CENTER 13600 W. Dixie Highway North Miami, Florida APARTMENT TO SHARE Easiness woman wishes to shore apartment with same *r University student. One block Miracle Mile, 3 bases, Seers I Stevens. CALL EVES at WEEKENDS HI 4*929 tmano-ll Leaders Meet Temple Emanu-El leaders will meet at the home of Jack Popick, i 5150 N. Bay rd., Tuesday evening to discuss plans for the congregation's annual High Holidays effort for Israel Bonds. Popick is a member of the national board of governors of the Israel Bond organization, and is a member of the Temple's board. WANT TO LOSE WEIGHT? SUE'S HEALTH t REDUCING CENTER New location A Eavipmeaf Let. L's Discuss Your Problems With Vou WE GUARANTEE RESULTS 601 NW 2 Ave., Miami Ft 1-2771 WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS PARTIES The>.n..t in Kosher Catering at Reasonable Pricoe By P The Royal Hungarian->M;3Caterers 7„ WASH.NOTOJ, AVJ ^ Jawbone >* .-540, OR YOUR FAVORITE TEMPLE OR STNA000UE LOSE WEIGHT HYPNOSIS has proven to be e very satisfactory method tor rectifying overweight, smoking, skin disorder* %  various psychosomatic conditions, doe to repressed fears i anxiety. RICHARD I. RONRRAOGH, Ik. Hypne-Therapist A Hypne Analyst. TU 7 2626, Ext. 211. INDIAN READER 1 AND ADVISOR. Are you sick, unhappy, disgusted with life? See MADAM I FATIMA, 9821 NW 27 Av*„ MU M1U



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Pag* 1&-B Senior Citizens Program Due Mrs. Fred Browne has been appointed chairman o! the newlycreated committee for service to senior citizens at the North County YMHA. it was announced by Sidney Mank, president. Other members of the commit tee are Mrs. Irving Linden. Mis. Martin Braterman. Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Samet. Mrs. Robert Lawrence, and Leonard Chusmir. The committee will be responsible for forming a senior citizens group work program in the North Miami and North Miami Beach areas. The program will be housed in the North County Branch building at 14036 NE 6th ave. Senior citizen programming will begin Tuesday. Sept. 29. at 7:30 P.m. Charles Plotkin, director of the department of service to senior citizens, will supervise the program. ^___ fjmlsHlcrUkir Pearly Gait by Hal Pearl •* w i JW.' M-M>* ^srzssv uncvieu by Hn Opening meeting of the North Pkch and .tarring new U £ Shore Jewish Center Sisterhood "*-•* presented. ThiH will be held Wednesday. 8 p.m.. tf| National Women's League 1 \ The DeauviUe hotel, with Mrs. Al which has been revised. *„/' i %££* presiding. Following! tajl matenal wr.tte, by Mr* the business session, a musical x-^ *" Bloc*. scrinj : ENJOY YOUR OWN SPECIAL PARTY AT THE LUCERNE'S AUTHENTIC LATIN REVUt IRESERVE NOW for the HIGH HOLIDAYS and SUCCOTH KOSMEK MEALS INTUDED a Kiil'I'.VN PLAN k APARTMENTS 5^ daily, per person • double occupancy — Every room in the house No extra charge during High Holidays or Succouth No charge for admiasiion to our air conditioned synagogue. Dietary Laws A Saobath observed il3 Sail Mefcrtk Wets Free 2 1 TV in F.verv Room FREE PARKING i Kl U % %  e*ture Phone JE 8 5711 On Hie Ocean Pvt. Beach & Pool | 1741 Collins, Miami Beach, Fla. OUR SPECIALTY — NICE, THICK, JUICY PRIME RIBS OF BEEF -AND THf VIRY BCST IN TOWN! BANQUET f ACUITIES Candlelight Inn 3131 Commodore Plaza Coconut Grove HENRY LEITSON. Mqr. LUNCH • DINNER • SUPPER ORDERS TO TAKE OUT PHONE UN 6-4303 3JS Tl* ST. MIAMI BEACH mm { Largest family Trade in Florida \ ON 79th ST. CAUSEWAY | ONCE A KNIGHT ALWAYS A KNIGHT AT KING ARTHUR'S COURT for Dinner & Dancing and To Be Entertained 3y the Six Singing Strings and the Twin Pianos Miami .Springs Villas TU J-4521 Art Bru.is, co-owner the bride was visiting with friends of an afternoonust a fe d !" r was SXLZ = s utffsssi s Latin Quarter will always be fireproof. The September soncj of many Miamiam %  ^ %  ggf.fRg Corn*." Joining the choru. are builder and Mrs Bernard SchonSer, of B.I Harbor Island, and Mr. and Mrs. M.cha.1 K.rnaL of MT.mi Beach. Th. Schoninners, no sJanM. f *-** *** smorgasbord and Danish pastry, during the.rtoor of haScanda^ navian nations, an rout, to Russia. The K.rnal. will •*•"""" York on Sept. 22 aboard the SS RoH.rdam. Yestarday, Mrs. Karnal was given a "Bon Voyage" luncheon at the Sorrento. Miami Beach friends, and they are legion, of Jon Serbin and PhvUis Sue Abramason are flooding them with congratulations on nearbig „f their e.igagement-though it was no surprise !* *W school sweethearts Phyllis cheered Jon on to many touchdowns when he was number-one man on the Beach eleven. Helen Baum. the chic and petite public relations counselor, back from New York with some juicy new accounts for the winter season. In a luncheon huddle. WQAM general manager (and handsome bachelor) Jack Sandier and attorney Jack Fink. Could be big business that they were discussing. Miami Beach boxing judge Stu Winston a recent returnee from Novia Scotia, where he attended a conference with other paper company execs abord a fishing boat. He also baited some real big ones (no, no. not execs— fishi. Paul Rorbach. who operates the "Eats and Meats store in the 79th st shopping center, planning on a new business venture, in addition to his popular delicatessen. It was one of the more interesting sessions of the Sam Gyson radio show at the Delano when George Lefcoe and Howard Dennis aired their opinions recently. In fact, it was a real brain trust. George is a magna cum laude Dartmouth and Yale law graduate, while Howard is a prelaw student at Georgetown University. Both have held executive positions in the AZA here. Mrs. Maurice Lefcoe, George's mom, added to her birthday pleasure by listening in. Anytime accountant Eli Hurwitz and attorney Sidney Efronson get together, you car, expect a real laugh session. Friends say the two can give Myron Cohen a run for the money when it comes to story telling. Carmen Wayne resigned recently from the B'nai B'rith secretarial staff to try her hand at professional dancing. She's a whiz on the dance floor, report her Arthur Murray teachers. BOTH SIDES OF THE BAY: Ruth Foreman has inked two top thespians for the leads in William Inge's "Come Back Little Sheba." due to reopen her Studio M Playhouse foe the fall and winter season on Tuesday evening. Oct. 6. They are Charles Temple, the English performer, and Blanche Kelly, both equally well-known to Miami theatre-goers. To date. Miss Foreman has done exceedingly well with both comedy and drama presentations at the intimate playhouse on Bird ; rd. We're looking to another fine evening in front of the footlights there on Oct. 6. "The Drunkard" has "staggered" all the way from Coral Way to Biscayne blvd., where the "Gay Nineties" melodrama is now on stage ; nightly at the larger Vagabond Club. And a hissing good time can be yours there six nights a week. Jack Geer continues as the star of the costume farce. It's a Mel Pape production. Producer Gene Hinson and director George Blackwood will head the staff of the new Three Arts Club Theatre which will have "open house" on Sunday from 5 to 8. It's located at 342 Aragon ave., Coral Gables. AFTER DARK CIRCUIT: Many spots discontinued big shows after Labor Day, but "Havana Mardi Gras," the biggest show of em all. continues to roll merrily along at the Lucerne hotel, in the Club Chalet. \ The show's well booked with club parties and convention groups right through this month. October and November. At present, Betty Reilly ; is winning encores with her lively songs and guitar strumming. The blonde and blue-eyed "senorita" has been held through this month. Norman Schuyler, long-time associate of Martha Rave in her local night club ventures, is ready to make an announcement any day now : He's casting an eye over three spots, any of which can house Martha's | all-star show, due to open in late November or early December. One spot's on the 79th st. causeway, another on Biscayne blvd.. and the third in the Surfside area. Martha now has an even wider nationwide following than when she starred at the Five O'Clock a few i years ago. due to her socko TV appearances, and recent roadshowings in "The Bells are Ringing." RESTAURANT ROW: Barney Biller always has closed his Michel's restaurant in Normandy Isle on Mondays. When he stayed open on Labor Day he was so jammed he ran out of most of his dinner specials by eight o'clock. How do we know? We were there. However, the shishkebab a la Michel's, the stuffed cabbage and the prime 16 oz. rib steak were something for a food lover to remember His tray of baked-on-the premises pastries is so varied and eve pi. it's really hard to make a choice. One of the best luncheon buys on the Beach i. the special Cantonese-tyle luncheon at Fu Manchu. Business folk and shoppers ii 71st st. area are "regulars" at Al Goldman's popul Attorney Shirley Woolf. Mrs. Bonnie Davis ai j a wonderful time at the Emb t special imi footwear exec Harry Rabin ai among the hundreds of Sunday dining spot. aorrmo America's Siaxfetf Janus if a BETTY REILLYi AND AN IXCITING AU STAI CAST MHOS VELARDE ROBERTO ALICIA • PCPI • MERCEDITA • IIAHCO World's Most BsMswrlful Show OIH DAVE TYIIN, Musical Director ftUSTOCURieiOondhts latin American Orch. Crtups of 10 fe 300 tan thrill n this '59 edition of the world-aulaima


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dc--' September 11. 1959 • 'Jewisti fhrHkMi .Page 11-B OL ituarics S*M %  1 %  %  BOpt. %  ".TYi-i.e,. two %  '. %  %  •: with burial THEODORE ZAPEN wr. In CM,mi h. .. „...„-.. wort ..THLR J. ENGLAND OT vtai % %  •"; %  r who ;., 1 fchic*:. ii.-h-n: a s.im-n Mrs. Rebecca i -' '"V"\" r member .f the ifjSEPH BLElWEItt 4 Otnanola Wy, died Bab*. [•-4.nl ..( Miami for si" %  %  "•. he Kl"wllf. LI:.: daughter. hS Rubin two eon. and thr* Lu A> %  %  "" %  m,,mb r ?' „.. u s.., vices were In %  )' L R c FELICIA ROSENZWEIQ f ,,.,.„. ve .. died SeP 1 fcrvlcwww* In Brooklyn. JACOB RUDMAN i|, ...%  ive., retired really hurt venr from I ...,, He -a ,., North Shore I-odge of I .,,,.1 Tempi* Ner Tumid. [ • BI Loum JACK B~EF>ENSON A ith .ve, .lied Sept. a. to from RosI Hrat e.l the TropicalI Banana I M* w'fe. Sady. %  I '-' "" .., |. ,„... Horn*, with Initial \l.i-IMRS. AUGUSTA TIMBERQ | r is;.-! |vi vanta live.. tied .. || yaaj s ago K-.iri lng are %  eon Jean Timls-m .,,, I'.IIWIII; two grand • grandchildren .. ., i, .1 -. ii. ith local ..Memorial AOOLPH SPIEGEL n died Sept. 3. f. re In"it-Irene; sister, brother, Ben. ., rvke.i r.Sept. 4 at |.Cemetery, with arrange. Riverside Memorial OhapeU. |MRS. ANNIE O. KRITZEH 7ih KI died Au. St. Surar her husband. Ueorge; three liter*. Jim. Ida < inidberg, Mr*. R.thwi:! .HI 1 Mr-. Minnie (ler[t*i son. i: grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She came (21 ;eaiIRII from Washington. -r\i..were held under the |ti of Newman Funeral Home. LOUIS KAPLAN 3, of ITii'. SW Ulh .-t m.-d Sepl___i i from t'aeajllc, N J and wttaa I Tli ii la w uu iwv I— T r f" n iii imm a* o n %  M and II.* hlldrvn and m were M | t f.mi. with burial in Mi Si MRS. BERTHA MINOWITZ ", of I n her* II N V Si r'er. Mrs I nil :i %  rai dchlld. Service* 2 .it Qordon Funeral Home, with ,n Ml B -ery. BEN BERKWIT -,:• .,f totjn siilluat.-r dr.. di< I \ua. sa. a Sew for a npajay. f> r vlvli Sadie iir-itii ai i Including M I Miami Beach. Ber\ i e* w ei • I I.I. Ith lo — mints I.. Riverside Memmlnl chapel MRS. KATE MILLER *. of SS01 N\V ?7th av died Aim. M. She t-ame here ten >earx ago from Hamilton. i >. Surviving are two ri.-itnrhter*, Incliidlna* Mrs Mary M. BiK-li. Mlnnl. and two poll* BcTVlCN and liui-ial were In Hamilton. wm Detroit, and waa a retired salesman. Survivingis hi* wl'e. Kather Bervtcea were Sept. I at Riverside Memorial fhapel. Washington ave.. with burial In Ml. Nebo Cemetery. MRS. REBECCA MELICOW of MS lath st died July Jl In New York City. Survivors Include a son. Dr M. M M>-!low. and daughters, Mis* Anyuta Mellcow. Mrs. Minnie Fields, Mrs Rae Pressman and Mrs Ulna Oould She alao leaves three grandchildren and three great-grandI>MMWI l'-, l,i ..•. W v< York LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW HOTICK ttl HFiRBBV GIVEN that the underalg I di ngiut ItuainesH under the flctltloua name of NiiUMAN I'.I.M.TV a, MM Went KlavliBtrei Ida Intend* to i-ei I II line ith tin''lerk Of the. i'in mi Court-of l>ad founty, KI. • NnltMAN KAII.W. Hole Ownee (JOL.PMA.N *• % %  < H.liSTi:iN A "" M-l NOTICE UNDER FICT IOU6 NAME LAW NOTU'K IS lll-Md'KV OIVBN that ii,. iii ngage in huslm-ss under the %  %  "• "', airy KKKVICE RBKRIOEIRATION Miami I :• u h intrm ,. ,.r the Circuit Court of I e.,,i Count) 'Florida. HTMAN sllAl.i.Mn II. Hole ?""•* '.. 11-lS-C I" 2 Millie Perkins and Joseph Schildkraut in a tense scene from "The Dicrry of Anne Frank." which returns to Mkrmi Saturday at Wometco's Carib. Miami and Miracle Theatres. Previously shown in this area only on a roadshow, advance price basis, 'The Diary" can now be seen at popular prices, and performances will be continuous. Cancer League lo Meet Dutch luncheon, served at noon, will precede, the initial meeting of the newly-formed Women's Can-. cer League of Miami Beach to be held at the home of its president, Mrs. Micky Kraus. 4575 No. Adams ave.. on Friday. SepL 18. The organization will concentrate its efforts towards paying for the Cobalt Bomb at the new Mt. Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami, and the subsequent subsidy of the hospital's Tumor Clinic for indigent patients. OUR SPECIALTY 6 [CONDOLENCE BASKETS FgfSHtY MCD end DfUVMEO WITHIN THE HOUR j FRUIT CIRCUS [1698 S.W. Flcgler Tar. • PHONE • FH 3-9275—FR 1-25U ir Fashion film Prevoe Slated Regular Meeting of B'nai B'rtth Women of Miami will be held Tuesday. 8 p.m.. at Beth David 1 Auditorium. A prevue film of French-Israeli fashions will be presented. There will also be a short talk by Mrs. Bernard Supworth, Miami area chairman for State of Israel Bonds. Mrs. Leon Andress and Mrs. A. 2. Arpert will serve as hostesses. GMJCC Forms New Deportment A new department of service to senior citizens has been established by the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center to coordinate and further develop work with senior citizens in the four branches of the Agency, it was announced by Isidore B. Simkowitz. president. A. Budd Cutler, Miami attorney, a vice president of GMJCC, has been appointed chairman of the department. "Service during Hi* past 'few years in a group work program for men and women over 55 yoars of ago, has demonstrated to the aooncy tho rood for a much greater extension and enrichment of program services," according to Simkowitz. This new department will have, as its first priorities, the development of a Golden Age Club at the North County YMHA "Branch and the Southwest YMHA Branch. In addition, the existing Golden Age Clubs at the Miami and Miami Beach Branches will be analyzed for further intensification of program, Simkowitz declared. In the near future, a Senior Citizens Council will be formed with representatives from all four branches for joint county-wide programming. Plans are also being made for a program for trainNOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOU8 NAME LAW MOTICK IS HRRKBY OIVBN that th,. to engage m Inielll-KM iindeithfic-MM,-di">f NATIONAL HOME 1 INANlINU-at v.,,I'liL-ler Kireat, in the CltJ of Miami, Florida Intendto register the. name lt!i th. Clerk of the Clr. nil Court c.f ; inly, Kh.rlda IATKI> ut Miami, Florida thin 3rd dav of September. A.D lTi. ASIMi INVESTMENTS CORPORATION Bv: Sidney Pueternak. Vice Pre*. A Item: Klhtntieth I'earaon. Secy. a. E. HARTWK: Attorney for Applicant ,,,„„_ r 0/ A. BUDD CUTlfg Orah Chapter Dance Orah chapter of Mizrachi Worn| en will hold a dance and floor show Saturday evening at the Casablanca hotel. Proceeds are for (the Child Rescue Fund in Israel. Co-chairmen are Miss Estelle Colitz, Miss Esta Karpel. and Miss Belle Levin. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKKKI'.V GIVBN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In buaineH.s under the flctuinua name of PDNTIAC PARKINO CO. ald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. SAM I. BTOUOROW SIDNEY M ARONOVITZ Attornev for Sam U. b'toUinow inni AJnvley Building Miami 32, tlorlda t M-i-r.. I"'! NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. fN OHANCERY Pie. MC8M4 Q.FEN M MON'iAN. Plaltatlff. JA.HES F WONOAN. Iefendant. NOTICE BV PUBLICATION TO: JAMI-S C MIINOAN MT2 Andrewa Avenue Bronx. New York Tou. JAMES F Mi i.MlAS, are herel.v notified that %  Complaint for Dlha heen filed again.t you. and you are required to aerve %  eop* of your Anewer or Pleading to the Complaint on the plaintiff Attorne/r, A.VI ;i:i.' i A A i.i, Ml Alnatej Building. Miami :::'. Ptorlda, and file the OHKlnal An-n.r or Pleavdlng in the Office of the clerk of fie Circuit Court "ii or before the i:th day of (),.!,,I„ | "i • If you fail to do Mi Judsmenl by default will h taken agaln^i \ • >n for the relief demanded In the Complaint DONE AND OrWEIWP %  •• Miami, Florida. Ihis Ith day of September. \ 11 I '.•-'• B H I. l.ATIlKRMAN. Clerk Cirelul Com'. Dad* Poontv Florida i~..,,li l-.v JOAN BNEEDEW, Deputy Clerk ANC.Kl.o A Al.l Attorney for Plaintiff SOI Ain*le\ RutMtag Miami 3L'. Florida 9/11-1S-2S. 10' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUO CIAL nafiHT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. S9CS47S PAir.A PARK HOMES'. INC.. a Florida corporation Plaintiff. ARMOND HOCKMAN and VIRGINIA R. HtMKMAN I '.fendant NOTICE NY PUBLICATION (MORTGAGE FORBCLOSURE) TO: ARMOND HocKMAN and VIRGINIA R HM-KMAN (Re)RTT>KNCF. I'SKSfHVN) Tou are hereby notified rheg a Bill NOTICE IS HEREBY OTVBN thai n( Complaint to Foreckww Mortgage, the undersigned, desiring to engage In on the following dearrtbed property: d#r the flctPi-iis name of |_„, Block 1, BAII.A PARK. UATIoN al I7S N.K. 4ih Street, Ml, Courttv .Florida: has been filed agalnnt ami 12, Ha., Intend* to register aald | V(H1 nn ,i vo „ a re required to serve a name with the Clerk of the Circuit ,.,, pv „f vo „ r Answer or Pleading to Court of Dade Couaty, Florida. NED REO-HN. Sole Owner -t -i.iv.-,-, IO'J & ST5 oflaSif SSIWW bers of senior citizens applying for these services. Cutler is presently serving as president of the Cutler Ridge Civic | Assn., and is also on the board of ,„ ~ 1 0 aT |f RC B u / ,T P ^ouNT TTHI governors and the executive comELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF before October 1:. wot mittee of the Greater Miami Jew^"^r,,:^^??" ish Federation. He will represent N o HC ess* GMJCC on the Senior Citizens Di,: "V.,''i CAMPML& vision of the Welfare Planning "";'.' Council of Dade County. Newsman on Radio Herman Leder. former Washington news correspondent and representative of the Associated Press, has just returned from Israel, and will be a guest Sunday. 10 a.m., on the Jewish Forum of the Air over station WMIE. DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS aeceunta •r* INSURED to $10,000 by an agency of the Federal government. 'One of (fip Nation s O/desI ond lafgesf" Bade Federal /AVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIAI/ON oi MIAMI Sisterhood Card Party Slated Card party will be held by Tiferleth Israel Sisterhood at the Center, 6500 N. Miami ave., on Sept. 16. JAMBS J I'AMI'BF.I.I. I lefendant. TO JAMI!S I CAMIM'.KI.I, I lefendant (14 Sutninerdale Road Sniniiieidale. New .l-r-ey You arO required to .-er\.i OO*) -I yOttt BOW • %  : tO the Bill of C,.m|.lalnl for Inoi, %  on the plaintiff'a attorne). ml t., file the origin..! answer in the offhe ,.r the Clerk of the Circuit Qmrl on Of before the I'-'tii day of October A.D IMS: other" Ise. the BUI of Complahtl for I'Ivor,heretofore flle.1 herein, will le taken aa oaBfaaaod bj you. Dated at Miami, Rorida this the 9th da* o September I' • E l: l.l'.ATHKKM AN clerk it Court. I hide Count*. Florida (aaaj) Byi R M i VM\N. Deiiuty Clerk Ml I.TON A. FRIEDMAN PlaintiffSidlcltor 1111 Alnaley Hldg. Miami. FloHda %  lOSfPH M UPTON PievdVnl 5 Conven/enf Offices Servo Dado County RESOURCES EXCEED 135 MILLION DOLLARS the Itill of Complaint on the Hgln tlff's Attorney. PAl'I. WARTSEN. Illi:. 420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the circuit Court on or lore October 13, Hot. If you fall to do so. judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the nil! of Complaint. Tim notice shall be publi.-h.d once %  %  ::• h week for four conaecutlve weeka In THi: JEWISH FL-ORIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, la. this 4th day of September, I! R I.I'.ATIIKll.MAN. Clerk ciri iut Court. Had.Count v. Florid* (Mall B) i: n KICK JR.. Ivputy Clerk /n-u-. \fi't NOTICE BV PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU'T OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV. IN CHANCERY, No. 5SCB077 ORAi'i-: NORTON THOMAS, Plaintiff, vs. W. flROROE THOMAS. Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: W OBOROB THOMAS 107 South Wayne Street Milledgeville.C.e..rgia Tou. W. OBORCB THOMAS, are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been Hied against you. and you are required to nerve a copy of your Answer or Pleadlne to the 1:111 of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney. SOI.AI.KVVM'K.K One Lincoln Ri>ad Building. Miami Beach. Florida and fibthe original Answer or Pleading In the office of (he clerk of the circuit Court on or before the Soth day of m ] ,. |Ml If you fa" to do .•>. j U jgn default will he taken against vou for th,relief demanded ,n th.Bill of Complaint. Thi notice shall be published once each week for • *ka In THE JEWISH KI.' -rtll'lAN •EKED at Miami, Florida, this 2Sth day of Auguat, A.D. R I.EXTHT'.RM \N. Clerk. Florida, .seal) By: IV II. RICE, ill Depute Clerk 8 W. 9/4-11-lt I 1 I l



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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Full Text
"Jewish. Floridian
Ctnibining THE iEMffSM UNflT and THE JEW/SH WffflT
Volume 33 Number 37
Miami, Florida. Friday. September 11. 1959
Two Sections Price 204
Castro Vows
Jews Needn't
Fear Blackmail
MILWAUKEE. Wis.-(JTA)-
Premicr Fidel Castro of Cuba gave
specific assurances, in a recent 90-
ninute 'interview with a Milwau-
kee attorney, that discriminationJ
[gainst any religious or minority
mips, including Cuban -Jews.
niild not be tolerated by his re-
rime, it was reported here this
reek.
The assurances were given by
Cuban leader to N. Paley
Millip. former president of the
Wisconsin chapter of the National
jsn. cl Claimants and Compen-
ation A-orneys. during the inter-
view wluch took place last week.
The Cuban leader told Mr.
Iphillirr that "no longer would
thtre he any necessity for Jew-
liih met chantsor any other, for
Ithat matterto pay 'protection
Imoney' to stay in business." -
State Department Supports Free
Passage Through the Suez Canal
Egypt Stops
Israel Charter
German Ship
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
JERUSALEMI s r a e 1 Govern
ment circles awaited Tuesday re-
ceipt of further information on the '
refusal by the Egyptian authori-
ties to permit the, German freight- j
er Lealott transit through the
Suez Canal.
Mr. r+illips also reported that
Be had 'alked with many Cuban
Jewish businessmen and that they!cargo,
fold him they were experiencing,
nore freedom in business and
bommiiii:: activities, as well as in
Religions practices.
Mr. Philips said he "had found j
[hat attendance at synagogues had
Increase in recent months and'
that more Cuban Jews were at-
ending services than previously.
jsri-*
The German freighter is under
Israel charter and was proceeding
from Haifa to East Africa without
lore Israel
kins to Bonn
The "conditions" which Presi-
dent Nasser gave United No-
Horn Secretary General Ham-
marskjold for Israel use of the
international waterway wore
that ships to and from Israel
should either pass through emp-
ty or with the cargo belonging
to the non-Israeli
transaction.
Declares World Bank Will
Be Told of U.S. Position
At Forthcoming Loan Talks
MOUSE DltAJlS BIOCKAM
PACf 9 A
NIKITA KHRUSHCHEV
. feerist
Hope Dims for Jewish Meeting
When Nikita Arrives Tuesday
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Washington JTA Bureau Chief
JTA-By Direct Teletype Wir*
WASHINGTONThe State Department supports freedom of transit
in the Suez Canal and will avail itself of opportunities to advance its
views in the World Bank which is considering a loan to the United Arab
Republic to widen the canal.
------+ The Department's position was
outlined by Assistant Secretary of
State William B. Macomber, jr.,
speaking for Secretary Herter in a
communication to Rep. Seymour
Halpern. of New York.
Rep. Halpern was one of 13 mem-
bers of the House Banking and
Currency Committee who wrote
president Eugene R. Black, of the
World Bank, in August, protesting
Israel refused to accept these
the loan to the UAR by the World
WASHINGTON(JTA)Hopes for a meetim?-m* Jewish 'groopr wifn **.
Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev dimmed this week when Soviet
sources here intimated that the Soviet government had decided to reject
conditions which Nasser himself the premise ot the Jewish groups that there is a Jewish problem in the
| has now apparently violated. The Soviet Union.
Egyptians based their refusal to Several American Jewish organ-*-
izations are seeking a meeting
with the Soviet Premier during his
The congressmen held that the
["loan should not be granted to im-
prove the canal as long as it was
Continued on Pago 11 A
WASHINGTON -(JTA) United
States Army observers of the cur-
ent German Army maneuvers
have reported to Washington that
Israc ] has sold more arms to West
Jermnny and that the Budeswehr
lis now using Israel-made machine
|gun>. it was learned this week.
The new development in Israel-
IGerrr.an arms relations unfolded
publicly when German Defense
Minister Franz Josef Strauss had
linadvtrtently posed for a photo-
Igraph while inspecting one of the
|newly acquired Israeli weapons.
US. Army observers had pre-
viously reported the acquisition
by Weit German forces of thous-
and* oi Israeli sub-machine guns.
Contracts have alee been nego-
tiated for a quantity of heavy
Continued on Page 2-A
permit the ships transit on the
grounds that the skipper of the
freighter wanted to pay the transit
tolls in cash instead of with bank
draft.
Payment in this form was nec-
essary because Nasser had order-
stay in the United States this
month. The same Soviet sources
also pointed out that the Soviet
leader had a crowded schedule
awaiting him in this country. It
ed Egyptian shipping agents who w stressed that many' organiza-
usually pay the transit fees not to tions and interests are seeking
represent shipping companies do-
ing business with Israel
Ships belonging to these com-
panies consequently have no other
means of payment except cash.
The Egyptians originally wanted
cash payments, but now these are
being refused.
Israelis are anxious to learn
whether the payment question was
really the cause for holding up
the ship and if so whether some
solution can be found to this be-
fore this case, too, becomes a mat-
ter of principle like the Danish
freighter Inge Toft detained by
the Egyptians since May 21.
meetings with him on topics that
the Soviets consider more accept-
able.
Attention was caned at the
some time to a Moscow radio
broadcast beamed in English to
North America. It said that any
talk of discrimination against
Jews in the Soviet Union is noth-
ing but falsehood. "Jews *r*
equal members of our society
and they are very useful talent-
ed members," the broadcast
Mated.
The broadcast was prompted by
Continued en Pago 3-A
COMMUNITY REGRETS ML ROSENBERG RESIGNATION
Federation Exec in Difficult Decision
Scholarly Dr. Benjamin B. Ro-
senberg bit on the stem of his
Pipe and came to a decision.
Wednesday evening, at a meet-
">g of its top leadership, he an-
nounced his resignaUon as execu-
tive director of the Greater Mi-
nu Jewish Federation.
The decision was not an easy
one for the nationally-prominent
welfare expert. In the six years
e had been in Miami, Dr. Ros-
enberg came to regard the city
as his homelived with bis wife,
Mickey, and two sons, Paul, a
Cornell University sophomore,
and 12-year-old Robert, in a love-
ly bayfront house; was the center
of a devoted core of Jewish lead-
ers dedicated to the promotion of
the Combined Jewish Appeal;
and counted among his intimate
friends the area's philanthropic
pioneers.
During his stay here, ho could
recount many pleasant memo-
ries: knocking en a deer, being
invited to enter, mooting eye-to-
eye former President Harry S.
Truman dressing for dinner, and
remaining to discuss human
needs; calling en Mrs. Eleanor
Roosevelt to squire her to pivot-
allyJmpertant Greater Miami
meetings; several trips to Israel,
during which he met the Jewish
State's top loaders.
Thete were of course many
morefood for memory in the
Continued en Page eA
Israel Will Raise Suez Issue
At UN Opener Next Week
JERUSALEM(JTA)Israel will raise the issue of the United
Arab Republic's blockade against Israeli shipping through the Suez
Canal during the forthcoming session of the United Nations General
Assembly. Foreign Minister Golda Meir said in a radio interview here
Sunday night, on the eve of her departure for New York to attend the
Assembly meeting. The session is scheduled to open on Tuesday.
_. ..-_.,-_ ,_+-----------:-------------------------
Red Dealings
Reveal Attitude
(Reports received Monday in
Paris stated that the political com-
mission of the Arab League had
recommended to the League meet-
ing at Casablanca that the League
approve "every measure taken by
the United Arab Republic to pro-
tect navigation through the Suez
Canal any time circumstances de-
mand.'The nature of the "meas-
ures" was not spelled out.)
(In Washington, it was dis-
closed, Yaakev Hertog, Israel
Charge d'Affairos, had a week-
end conference with Robert Mur-
phy, Under Secretory of State.
It was understood that among
subjects discussed was the Sues
Canal transit issue.)
Mrs. Meir decfared that only as
the Assembly progressed, however,
would Israel decide whether to re-
quest a meeting of the Security
Council or a special General
Assembly discussion on the issue.
The Foreign Misister said that "it
may be assumed that various dele-
gations will make clear, forceful
statements on freedom
passage."
Israel will also raise the ques
tion of the Arab boycott of firms
and carriers dealing with Israel.'Union.
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
BRUSSELSThe manner in
which the Soviet Union deals with
the Jewish minority in Russia
"will constitute the touchstone of
goodwill which she does not cease
to proclaim to the West," Paul
Demany, Belgian Socialist leader
and former cabinet minister, said
Tuesday in an article in "Le
Peuple," official party organ.
Demany's article referred to a
book published by Dc. Leon Lene-
man, Belgian editor and former
Moscow correspondent of the Jew-
ish Telegraphic Agency, dealing
with the treatment of the Jews in
the Soviet Union.
Dr. Paul Struye, president of the
Belgian Senate, discussing the
Jewish situation in the Soviet
Union in an article in the Libre
of Suez Belgique, leading Catholic daily,
expressed skepticism as to the ac-
tual possibilities of improving the
position of the Jews in the Soviet


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+JewlstncrMian
Friday. September 1

US Says Israel Selling More Arms
!_ .1,., ., Continued from Pae !*
and light Israeli tHoVtars. The
Israeli mortars and machine
aunt were thoroughly tested by
the German Army and found to
be among the deadliest weapons
on the world market.
It was also reported here this
week that the German Army is
testing an Israel-made wire-con-
irolled anti-tank rocket. It is re-
portedly based on a NATO ap-
proved French missile.
United States Army sources re-
vealed that Germany has decided
to equip its new I'anier armored
divisions with Israeli sub-machine
guns, having found these weapons
superior to the Thompson sub-ma-
She Describes Russian Tour
Mrs. Alexander Kogan. 3722
Royal Palm ave., vice president of
Phi Sigma Sigma Alumnae of
Greater Miami, was to discuss her
recent travels to Russia at the
Alumnae's first meeting of the
season Thursday evening at the
home of the president. Mrs. Juliet
Lewis. 4421 Post ave. Mrs. Stephen
Robbins. of 341 SW 30th rd.. for-
merly Lita Weiss, a member of
Phi Sigma Sigma, was to be hon-
ored on her recent marriage.
yfl&GpQbe
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Prescription Specialists
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MORE PARKING SPACE
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chine gun. Both American and
German ordnance officers have
,i the Israeli weapon for Us
simple operation, durability and
efficiency
II was pointed out that Germany
is buvinit Israeli arms because
thev are cheaper in price than
other veapCJU of comparable qual
it\. Mortar ammunition, for ex-
ample, was 20 percent less than
Germany had been paying France,
its iormer source.
Disclosure that the West Ger-
man Army is using weapons ac-
quired from Israel has caused
"eatreme embarrassme.it" to
Defense Minister Franz Josef
Strauss, the Baltimore Sun re-
ported from Bonn this week.
The dispatch said German de-
fense sources had confirmed the
purchase of "several thousand" Is-
raeli sub-machine guns, listed un-
der the nomenclature of "machine
pistol." It was also confirmed that
Israel had sold not only the mor-
tar shells that previously caused
a furor, but also heavy and light
mortars.
Meanwhile. West German re-
ports that several West Gertnan
military units, especially para
troopers, were equipped with Is-
rael's famous I'zzi sub-machine
guns, brought confirmation in Tel
A\ iv this week by generally reli-
able sources that Israel has Mid
such weapons to Weal Germany
It was emphasized that the sale
was affected with the agreement
0l ma North Atlantic Treaty Or-
ganization.
It was pointed out here that
NATO is interested in standard-
zing NATO arms. Several units
of the Dutch Army have already
been equipped with the Uzzi sub-
machine gun which has been test-
ed and proven superior to other
small arms of the same caliber.
Several other NATO units are
known to have the weapon.
No announcement has been
made in Tel Aviv of a deal with
West Germany for sale of this wea-
pon, but it was recalled that Pre-
mier David Ben-Gurion. in his
speech to a Mapai Party rally, said
that "I am proud that Israeli arms
have been sold to Germany." Is-
rael's exports of arms, munitions
and explosives in 1958 totaled $4
million, according to figures dis-
closed this week.
1.1959
LONG-DISTANCE
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CrMtw Mitni i l Epstein Buried
In Anglican Plot
LONDON Sir Jacob Epstein, one of the
world's greatest contemporary-
sculptors, explained last week why
her husband had been buried in a
Christian cemetery and without
Jewish rites. The sculptor, who
died at the age of 78'. was the KM
of Jewish immigrant parents and
trai reared in New York's lower
East Side.
He left entirely to me the choice
of the cemetery where he should
be buried." Lady Epstein said in
a statement. "I chose I'utney Vale
because of it > trees, l did not want
to affront Jewish people so I asked
a rabbi if he would bury my hus
band in Christian ground but ac-
cording to the Jewish faith. He
said he would not bury him in
ground that was not consecrated
Jewish. So we had what is called
a non-denominational service.
"Dr. Hewlett Johnson, the Dean
, of Canterbury' and a great friend
I of Sir Jacob, had offered to con-
duct a service, so we accepted.
I But it was not a full Christian bur-
| ial. There was a blessing, a com-
mital prayer and a reading from
Ecclesiastes the passage that
runs 'Let us now praise famous
men .' "
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MS MICHIGAN AVENUE. MIAMI ItAO
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Southern District of Work-
men's Circle, meeting in it
40th annual conference at
Savannah. Ga.. has honored
loseDh Duntov, of Miami
Beach, with the presentation
to him of an oil portrait "in
token of our appreciation"
for his ten years of leader-
ship in the organization. For-
mer district secretary, Dun-
tov is currently editor of
"Who's Who in the Southern
District." In ill-health for some
time. Duntov missed the an-
nual convention for the first
time in 11 vears.
Sunday School
Sessions Open
Sunday school of Miami Hebre.
Congregation will commence .
new school year this Sunday ,
All classes will be conducted u,
the air-conditioned school win
Qm congregation at not s 1*1
ave ^
Curriculum will include grade,
from kindergarten through coofif.
mation. All classes terminate at
12 noon, with four three-quarter
sessions each class. Subjects to be
offered are history, customs and I
ceremonies,- Bible stories, music,
Jewish dramatics and arts aad-j
crafts.
A new facet of this year's sched-
ule will be an audiovisual pro-
gram for all grades. The school a
staffed by certified teachers li-
censed by the National Assn. of
Jewish Education
Rabbi Herschell Saville sertei
as education director.
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Nome Minister to Delegation
J E R USALEM< JTA)Avraham
Darom, Israel Minister in Yugo-
I slavia. was named to Israel's dele-
gation to the forthcoming General
Assembly of the United Nations.
He will be in charge of contacts
with Latin American delegations.
IA native of the Argentine. Mr.
1 Darom was a Chilean govern-
ment official before he emigrated
to Israel in 1949.
TENSE NERVOUS
HEADACHES
call for
STRONGER Yet SAFER
ANACIII
West Useet Tfce >
AiuliS mot aly flf tirtnitr,
totar nllaf from Mia of sanac-a
Vet la also mftr. Won't eeaat Ue
atiaa aad has ae sod offsets. Tee)
aAncl It lika a doctor's pre-
pll.i. That la, Anacln stalos)
B.t Joit kmt aaasHeaN of
Mdlullr r.-re. actlTa laeroaieiita.
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Stha^i5i,,.?--1
704 Ope/?; Four-Day
National Conference
WASHINGTONThe 62nd annu
aL-Cpnventipn of the Zionist Or-
ganizalion of America, dedicaled
to* the Herzl Centenary Year,
marking the 100th anniversary of
the birth of the founder of modern
Zionism, was to open Thursday at
the Hotel Willard, with over 1,000
delegates in attendance.
The convention which was to be
formally opened by Nathaniel S.
Rothenberg of New York, national
convention program chairman,
was to be addressed by Gov. (",.
Mennen Williams of Michigan;
Abraham A. Redelheim, who was
to deliver bis presidential mes-
sage; Rabbi Irving Miller, sched-
uled to speak on the significance
of the Herzl centenary; and Hon.
Yaacov D. Herzog, Minister Pleni-
potentiary to the United States,
was to bring greetings of the Is-
rael Government.
the four-day sessions of the
convention, which will bo eiven
over to full discussion* and ac-
tion pertaining to the most vital
problems confronting Israel and
the Zionist movement today, will
DO highlighted by addresses by
other prominent figures in
American political life and by
top-ranking American and world
Zionist leaders. Guest speakers
will include Son. Kenneth B.
Keating, of Now York; Sen.
Hugh R. Scott, of Pa.; and for-
mer Gov. Theodora R. McKeldin,
of Maryland, president of the
American-Israel Society, who
wHI address a special Jewish Na-
tional Fund function.
A first-hand report from Israel
will be brought to the delegates by
Leon Dultzin, head of the Econom-
ic Department of the World Zionist
Organization and member of the
Jewish Agency Executive.
Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, of Cleve-
land, Dr. Emanuel Neumann, of
New York, Dr. Harris J. Levlne, of
New York, and Dr. Max Nuss-
baum, of Hollywood, Calif., will be
among tbe prominent Zionist lead-
ers who will speak at the various
I plenary sessions of the conven-
tion.
Special sessions devoted lo Is-
rael Funds will be addressed by
Dr. Joseph Schwartz, executive
vice president of the State of Israel
Bonds Organization; Rabty Her-
bert Friedman, executive vice
I chairman of the United Jewish Ap-
Ipeal; Mendel N. Fisher, executive
director of the Jewish National
j Fund; and Harold L. Seligman,
l resident vice president in Israel of
. the Palestine Economic Corpora-
tion.
Youth, the furtherance of He-
brew education and culture, the
ZOA activities on the American
scene and in Israel, Israel and the
world scene will comprise some
of the main themes of the plenary
sessions at the convention.
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Radio Program
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NEW YORK-'Rozshinkes and
Mindlen" radio program over sta-
tion WEVD resumed last week un-
der the sponsorship of Barrinini
Candies.
The program schedules a varie-
ty of features and is heard Monday
through Friday at 12 noon.
"Rozshinkes and Mandlen" in-
cludes: Monday "News of the
Week," Jewish news presented in
English; Tuesday, Public Service
Forum, intervals with Jewish
leaders; Wednesday, "Israel Fea-
tures," editorial comment on
events in the Jewish State.
Thursday, "Education and Cul-
ture," prepared by the Depart-
ment of Education and Culture of
the Jewish Agency for Israel;
Friday, "Prayers and Chants,"!
presents Cantor Joseph Feuer, of 1
the Nathan Straus "Jewish Center
of the Bronx, N. Y., in liturgical,'
Israeli and folk song offerings.
Hope Declining
For Nikita Meet
Continued from Pag* 1-A
a question Moscow said had been
raised in New York. The broad-
cast reported that some elements
in New York are anxious for a I
discussion with Premier Khrush-
chev of "recent charges in the
American press that Jews, notably
writers and people of culture, have
been and are being purged in the
U.S.S.R." To this the Moscow ra-
dio replied that Moscow. Odessa,
Lvov and many other Soviet cities
have synagogues and that State
stores stock Jewish foods.
Among prominent Soviet Jews,
the broadcast named Mikhail Bot-
vinnik, world chess champion, and
Yuri Faier, conductor of the Bol-
shoi Ballet Orchestra.
Lundeen Joins Law Firm
Arthur Lundeen this week joined
the law firm of Pallot. Marks, Pop-
pel and Horwich. with offices in
the DuPont bldg. E. Albert Pal-
lot, senior partner, said the firm's
name will be changed to Pallot,
Marks, Lundeen, Poppel and Hor-
wich. The firm practices general
law. Lundeen is a member of the
Dade, Florida and American Bar
Assns., and the Episcopal church.
He is married and has three chil-
dren.
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retired residents of the Blackstone and Royal Blackstone will
be able to attend High Holy Day services on the premises.
Rev. Kahn was a leader in the field of education in Israel for
more than 17 years. He is now formulating plans to super-
vise the Kosher section of Florida Living for the Retired.
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Volume 33
Friday, September 11. 1959
8 Elul 5719
Number 37
Forthright Attitude Will Tell the Story
The State Department letter this week to
Rep. Seymour Halpern, of New York, can have
one of several outcomes in its impact on the
decision of the World Bank to lend President
Nasser some $40 million to widen the Suez
Canal.
The letter, which spells ou U.S. support of
the principal of freedom of transit through Suez
waters, may wind up as a palliative to the re-
cent pressures building in both Houses of Con-
gress opposing the loan if the UAR chief is
not first forced to knuckle under to respect for
international law.
The letter, which spells out U.S. support of
mand on the part of the United States, remind-
ing Nasser that he owes his very lifelet alone
political fortuneto the -good graces of this
nation and suggesting that he brush up on the
treaties governing the use of the Suez Canal.
Either of these are apparent possibilities.
Which will become reality depends upon the
spirit that framed it. To begin with, it must be
assumed that the letter was written by Assis-
tant Secretary of State William B. Macomber.
jr., instead of Secretary of State Christian Her-
ter, as a result of protocol or convenience and
that delegating the duty of reply to an under-
ling has no ulterior political meaning.
If this is true, the next straw in the wind
will be the manner in which the reply to Rep.
Halpern is acted upon in the World Bank.
Should the U.S. make its position clear with
respect to Suez, while at the same time remind-
ing us that it is but one of many forces oper-
ating in the bank, then the State Department
letter this week will emerge in all of its belated
meaninglessness.
Should, however, our government act
positively on the clarity of its position, as Sec-
retary Mccomber's words would seem to indi-
cate, then the letter will become a true expres-
sion of American policy which Nasser can
hardly fail to heed.
Heeding for the UAR dictator may very
well mean advising the World Bank, as he
once advised the U.S., to "choke on your own
fury may very well become a prelude to
even closer Egyptian ties with the Soviet Union
than before. For this very reason, if for no
other, undue optimism as to the significance
of the State Department reply to Rep. Halpern
should, at least for the moment, be tethered
33SHSgrg?sS A/ekhem Literary Sutxess &J
Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1875. JJW
Br HAROLD RIBALOW
critics, who discuss hjm 1$
and textual., as tn "f^Jjl
writings of Franz "8
other major writer, orJf J
The Sholom AJeichem Jl
ii.now to full swing. m
vioui that the auibo?, J3
and skill in ncreat,g ,*3|
now vanished have do* I
to make him popular to r*2
who admire humor and fc^ J
tragic implications of the
pearance of European W
Maurice Samuel has rent
that, while many writeri! i
left records of Russi.njJJ
life, "none of them had ihuZ!
terial gift for complete ad
identification with the J
which makes Sholom A_
unique. He wrote no great h,
ramie novels in the mannerZ
Balzac or a Tolstoy. He did 1
set out with the conscious L
self-conscious purpose of 3
tmg it down for posterity'|j
wrote because vi a simple qQ
municative impulse, as raeti^
in a tavern or in a
crowd. Nor did he try his 1
at solemn passages and
themes, any more than
do in a. casual, friendly'*!
venation. But his Ian
had an incomparable autl_
ity, and bis humorhe ii
greatest of Jewish humoriiL
and in the world's front raaVl
was that of a folk, not of aifl
dividual"

i
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it SIGHT-SUING JOUR
Here for Better or Worse
Whether or not Nikita Khrushchev should
^7 Tilld '? ^e Uni,ed S,a1es- ** 'at
is now m the fire. Barring any unforeseen
development, the Soviet dictator will arrive in
New York next Tuesday.
Many persons have argued that Khrush-
chev s visit here will afford him the opportunity
to see first-hand the manner in which Amer
JhT^K ^l.,0 Cme to Teahze ,hat <* of
*a ?** he makes about "capitalist de-
cadence is pure propaganda.
,vWe TriU!ly doubt ** he ws ignorant
of these facts from the very beginning It Z
hardly possible that the Soviet ruler will
SP r,ePa,ing his Communist-brand
charges when he returns home.
wJ? Tent eruPtion Communist invasion
rSfic111 ^OS ?rV.es ,he Pto to* Khrush-
chev us not coming here to bury the hatched.
except, whenever he can. in7e free HR
These considerations apart, the American
JZtr ^unil7' disjointed, frenetic effort to
establish liaison with Khrushchev on his ar
nval requires measured comment The count-
less letters sent to the Soviet Embassy in the
name of a host of c^anixations, many of them
SEE*!9 Um? mre *"* toe* own 3
numbers, is a disgrace.
maJ^L,^^7 K'Q1'*** toe fact that
SgSry^Crlan IeWS *ailed to with the
gmty and decorum befitting citizenship in
Dr. Rosenberg's Resignation
The Jewish community deeply regrets Dr.
Benjamin B. Rosenberg's decision to resign as
executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation.
His record during the six years of his
tenure here as Federation executive speaks
more eloquently for Dr. Rosenberg than can
expressions of regret The achievement he
scored in an increasingly successful Combined
Jewish Appeal and in the coordination of an
orderly process of community development
tellingly emphasizes his capabilities Dade
Jewry will miss.
Nevertheless, we can not relinquish the
opportunity of suggesting that, as a result o*
his resignation. Greater Miami loses one of the
nations most competent professional welfare
leaders and that with Dr. Rosenberg's depar
ure in November to accept the post of execu-
Phf.0n,HeCt0r fu BS,0n's Aliened JewLh
Philanthropies the community must cope with
hmfSHZ PrePQrtog to welcome Dr. Rosen-
Miami sadly waves adieu tolff w2??&
it has lost cm unusuaUy abfe ,Sder ^ '^
this great nation. Such effort. i.
an unfavorable to^T2U*^!!!!2S
divided rather man united ^ommumty
the Envszfgg m-s -
more care should hoir-K-i ^ concerned.
bui.y of a sa^Si^xs s ,hrie possi-
more restraint exercised in W, ?ad?' and
opinion before a me^fna KoTk ng Jewish
tainty. meeting had become a cer-
ONE of the greatest Jewish
writers in the world was the
Yiddish humorist Sholem Alei-
chem. whose birth 100 years ago
is being celebrated in various
countries throughout the world.
Israel proclaimed this "Sho-
lem Aleichem Year." In the Uni-
ted States, and in the Soviet Un-
ion as well. Sholom Aleichem's
centenary is being marked with
celebrations', wherever the Yid-
dish writer's work is known and
read.
Sholom Aleichem was the pen-
name for Solomon Rabinowitz,
who was born in Russia in 1859
and died in New York City. His
works have been translated into
scores of languages. In Russia
alone, more than 3,000.000 copies-
of his works were sold between
1917 and 1942. His son in-law,
Y. D. Berkowitz, a brilliant
stylist, translated Sholom Alei-
chem's works into marvelous
Hebrew, the result being that
Sholom Aleichem's writings are
equally popular in Israel as they
are in other countries.
The past decade has witnessed
the startling return to grace of
many writers who had been care-
lessly left in a literary limbo of
indifference by readers who
should have known better. In the
United States in particular. Yid-
dish writers were not considered
among the great writers of our
time. But today, Sholem Alei- .
chem has become one of the few
Yiddish writers whose works arc
appreciated by the critics and
read by the general mass of
readers.
As long ago as 1926. Alfred
Knopf published a collection of
Sholem Aleichem's stories in the
translation of Hannah Berman,
with an introduction by Dorothy
Canfieli Fisher. But after that,
Sholem Aleichem was more or
less forgotten until 1943. when
Maurice Samuel wrote his mem-
orable "The World of Sholom
Aleichem." which was also pub-
lished by Knopf.

ylR. Samuel's book revived in-
m torest in Sholom Aleichem.
and one critic called it memo-
rial to that world for generations
injured and humiliated and now
in the process of extinction."
Ludwig Lcwisohn said of the
book: -it has no tears; it has no
cries."
In 1946. Julius and Frances
Biitwin translated 27 Sholom
Aleichem stories, and publish-
ed them in a book called "The
Old Country." It was widely re-
viewed, and bought by some 50,-
000 readers, thanks to aggressive
promotion by Crown. Soon there-
after. Frances Butwin offered a
second selection of Sholom Alei-
chem stories, called "Tevye's
Daughters a collection of the
Yiddish writer's celebrated
levye, the Dairyman, tales.
Additional evidence of Sholom
Aleichem's gifts was presented
RJ PMcation of another
handful of stories, published by
Schoken. entitled "Inside Kars-
nl-vke." I 1952. Crown J_
n /rao1Ces Bu,win" transit.
Uon of a Sholom Aleichem novel
about strolling actors, called
wandering Star."
More recently, the Modern U-
AeS,red.aVOlun,eofSno'0'n
Aleichem stones, with an in-
STfiLi* ,he *
dav V fred J"* Md Noon-
urn* in k a",0b,0RraPhic> vol-
recall,", "S Sh,om A1*'cn
nood Ann C?eS his chil-
Sagas
ACCORDING to Maurice
^* uel, Sholom Aleichem tf
well known to millions of,
can Jews snd, because
lectures all over the UtJ
States, be might be right iij
judgment of Sholom Aleic
popularity. Nevertheless,
of his work is available in L,
than that of any other h
writer. There are recon
made by prominent actors i
retell with relish some of hit j|
mous short stories. Plays _
on bis writings are perforttf
successfully in the United Stittl
His short stories are repriiaf|
from time to time in ffltftjfl
and anthologies. Russia and H
rael have issued postage staaji
in his honor. Saul Bellow an
other significant American-Mi
ish creative writer> have tratj
lated his stories into English,aH
frequently talk of his inflnaaj
on their work and thought
f-vorue subject of u* various
Another great Yiddish will1
Y. L. Peretz, has not HUM
Sholon\ Aleichem's popaltJ|
anywhere in the world, inchavl
ing the United States. Metf^
Mochcr Sftrim. 4he grandfal
of modern Yiddish literature. H
so distant from the AmerKSJ
Jew that the few books of M
which have been translated
English have made no infa
and have won few readers, (fl
Sholom Aleichem has reUmrfij
substantial semblance of his m
ularity in the English Iangu*||
This is due to his innate sen**!
humanity, to his wry humor, ssl
to the ftct that he represeatilj
creative Jew at his best
Dorothy Canfield Fisher, M
died a few months ago, *^H
1929 about Sholom Aleirstfl
that: "He is. let it be remeJ
bered, the man who in the mil
of horrors of pogroms and int*
stnt persecutions, kept upJJ
spiriU of his people by wtW
Joyous comedy for them. A*
they are the people who UuP*
at these comedies and loved
author for writing them.
Sholom Aleichem's EuroH
world has vanished, with 0
and with bloodshed We b "
writers like him today. But"
can relish his work in the w
ish language tnd hope that
who write in English can, *
where along the line. gJ
sights into Jewry from a
stories, which hjive the *
of tmt literature for *
non-Jew alike.


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Federation Executive Makes Difficult
Continued from Page 1-A
i s ahead as new executive di-
rector of the Associated Jewish
Philanthropies of Greater Bos-
ton, Mass.
But nonle would warm him so
much as the achievement he
scored in Miami. Under Dr. Ros
tnberii's can*.b*a leadership 'he
Combined Jewish Appeal here |
- arc I to a high $1,800,000 in
1959 from $1,227,000 for CJA in
1953. the year of his arrival
here.
During this period, the face of
the Greater Miami Jewish com-
munity virtually changed, with
astonishing gains scored in the
physical and philosophical struc-
tures of its local member agen-
cies. Mt. Sinai Hospital was
readying a new $8 million struc-
ture for occupancy in December.
The Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center added two branch-
es to its burgeoning activities.
Jewish Family and Children's
Service expanded in scope to op-
erate adoption and homemaker
programs, also opening a branch
o!fice on the Beach.
Israel 1958: Dr. Rosenberg greeted by President and Mrs.
Ben-Zvi.
Jewish Home for the Aged ap-
plied for and was granted a prec
edent-malcing $485,000 FM*. |-in
for expansion of its facilities. Bu-
reau of Jewish Education con-
tinued along its path of taking
under :ts wing the growing num-
ber of religious schools here. And
Jewish Vocational Service, a new
agency growing out of the pro-
grams of JFCS, joined the Fed-
eration family as an independent
agency.
TOll activity was symbolic of
the growth of Dade Jewry. But
it was also a sign of the capabil-
ity of the community's central
planning and fund-raising organ
to stimulate the growth in an or-
derly and intelligent manner.
And it was a tribute to Dr. Ros-
enberg's executive skills in the
welfare field that this growth
came to have maximum meaning
for all.
Where did his abilities develop
that gave Dr. Rosenberg the
means to coordinate the efforts
of lay and professional leaders
and to inspire the community?
Dr. Rosenberg cant* here in
1953, following six years of dis-
tinguished service as the director
of field service for the Council
of Jewish Federations and Wel-
fare Funds. In his capacity as di-
rector, he was responsible for
the functioning of eight regional
offices spanning the United
States, and acted as consultant
on all problems of community
organization.
Prior to his work with the Na-
tional Council, he was executive
director of the Jewish Commun-
ity Council in Dayton. O.. from
1944 to 1947. where he was re-
Family Compensation Plan to Cost Israel $$
JERLSALEM--Two members of the Knesset Israel's Par-
firs "I '"I fa,!'erS f a ,0,a' f 15 Ch"dren' amoTg group
ol first rec.p.en.s of special family allowances who attended a brie'
ceremony this week in the office of the Minis,,,- of Labor The nTw
Provides allowances, from Israel's Social Security program to Par!
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The two Knesset members were
Dr. Kalman Kahane. of the Poale
Agudal I.-rael. father of eight, and
father of seven. The only Minister
Shlomo Lorencz. of Agudat Israel,
present at the ceremony for whom
th.- event was not entirely a happy
after the elections the implemen-
tation of a decision taken by the
government this year to float a
compulsory loan for the absorp-
tion of new immigrants.
child, ranging to I10 (5.50)
fer the eighth chile". The pay-
ments will be made in advance
for a three-month period.
AHhousih the -large familv"
- many Israelis view the rushing of
pected to reach I 7.000.00.
Each family, regardless of
economic status, will rece-ve a
monthly grant of Israeli pounds
(S3.3C) for the fourth child,
with amounts of each additional
the implementation of this law as
a "stint" to influence the current
.November balloting.
national election campaign for the
Meanwhile, it was announced
that the Cabinet had deferred until
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Levi Eshkol (left), Israel's Finance Minister, will be featured
tpeaker at the national conference for Israel in Chicago start-
ing Friday, Sept. 18. Seen with Eshkol is Samuel Oritt, gen-
ial chairman with Jack A. Cantor of the Greater Miami Israel
ond committee, and head of Miami's delegation to the Chi-
cago conference.
ond Executive
loard to Meet
[Executive board of the Greater
liami Israel Bond committee will
hid its first meeting of the fall
Jason Wednesday noon at the Ml-
r.'.ich Federal Bank, it was!
Lounced by Samuel Oritt and
^ck A. Cantor, general chairmen
the Greater Miami Israel Bond:
knmitwe.
The meeting will laRe place prior
the departure of the Miami del-
fcation'to the national conference
lr Israel, to be held in Chicago
t three days beginning Friday, j
jpt. 18. Mr. and Mrs. Oritt head '
fiami's delegation.
JMore than 750 leaders from the;
kited States and Canada are ex- j
pcted to participate in the Chi-!
Ld conference, which will offi-
lally inaugurate the fall cam-!
Jign lor Israel Bonds.
lOnti pointed out that the confer-1
tee will observe "a notable mile-
|nnc in the history of the Israel
ond drive.'' He said that the Chi-J
kgo parley would celebrate the
Itainment of the $400,000,000
lark in total cash sales since the
late of Israel floated its first
pnd issue in the United States in
Mr. 1951.
Install Ireland Chief Rabbi
DUBLIN(JTA)Dr. Isaac Co-
hen was installed as Chief Rabbi
of Ireland in ceremonies at which
he called on the Soviet leaders to
allow Russian 'Jews to live under
the same conditions of national
and cultural independence afford-
ed to other -Soviet minorities. Dr.
Israel Brodie, Chief Rabbi of the
British Commonwealth, attended
the installation as did the Lord
Mayor of Dublin, the Provost of
the National University of Ireland
members of the diplomatic corps.
tambler in Show Here
I American Motors was to preview
1%0 Rambler models for deal-
fro m 11 Southern states in a
^Rional meeting Thursday at thu
liami Beach Auditorium.
Dade to Mark
Citizenship Day
Virtually all Dade county civic
organizations, under supervision
of the Harvey Seeds Post of,the
American Legion, are preparing to
celebrate Citizenship Day on Sept.
17.
Capt. Walter M. Frank, chair-
man of Harvey Seeds' citizenship
committee, said thousands of peo-
ple are expected to attend the af-
fair at 8 p.m. in Bayfront Park
Auditorium.
Speaker will be Col. John Mc-
Pherson, new commander of
Homestead Air Force Base. The
Legion Color Guard and drum and
bugle corps will perform, and a
Marine Corps drill team has been
invited to participate, according to
Capt. Frank.
High Holiday Drive
For Bonds Planned
At Meeting Sunday
Rabbis, presidents and Israel
Bond chairmen of nearly every
synagogue and temple in the
Greater Miami area will attend
the first meeting to plan the High
Holiday effort of Greater Miami
on behatf of Israel Bonds on Sun-
day evening, 8 p.m., in the Rubai-
yat room of the Algiers hotel
Announcement of the meeting
was made by Dr. Irving Lchrman
chairman of the Israel Bond Rab-
binical Council, Joseph Cohen,
High Holidays chairman, and Rab-
bi Alfred Waxman. Israel Bond
chairman of the Greater Miami
Rabbinical Assn.
Gue*t speaker at the planning
meeting will ba the new Consul
from Israel for the Southeastern
region, Moshe Leshem.
Dr. Lchrman and Cohen pointed
out that last year's High Holiday
effort resulted in Miami's becom-
ing the leading city in the United
States in increased bond sales over
the previous year.
av^aaa**>
They said that "Israel is now
faced with the .consolidation of the
economic gains scored in her first
decade of independence. Her abil-
ity to continue to provide homes
and employment for new immi-
grants, her ability to continue the
expansion of the harbor of Elath
on the Gulf of Aqaba, her ability
to reclaim vast areas of the Negev,
depend in large portion on U>8
sale of State of Israel Bonds."
Miami's participation in the
High Holidays effort for Israel
Bonds is part of a gigantic drive
by synagogues through tho Uni-
ted States as a traditional facet
of their observance of Rosh Hi-
shona and Yom Kippor. This
yaar, Rosh Ha shona will be ob-
served on Oct. 3 and 4, ushering
in the Now Yaar 5720, and Yom
Kippur on Oct. 12.
An unusual feature of the as-
sembly Sunday night will be the
presentation of a program of Is-
raeli and Hassidic dances by the
noted interpretive dancers Judith
Berg and Felix Fibich, who have
appeared in major cities through-
out the world.
Unique in their dances, they
have been acclaimed in Paris, New
York, and London. There will be
no admission charge and no so-
licitations.
Noted religious interpretive
dancers- Judith Berg and Fe-
lix Fibich will be featured on
the program of the assembly
of congregation leaders Sun-
day night-at the Algiers ho-
tel to discuss plans for this
year's Israel Bond High Holi-
day effort.
Workmen's Circle School
Workmen's circle school opened
Tuesday at 1546 SW 3rd st. School
officials predicted a "vry success-
ful" school year ahead.
Zim Lines Offer
Free Israel Tour
NEW YORKThe Zim Israel
Navigation Co., of Haifa, will offer
a free eight-day holiday in Israel
next Vlnter to passengers holding
first class round trip tickets in
their liners plying between Mar-
seilles or Naples and Haifa, it was
announced here by the American-
Israeli Shipping Company, U.S.
representativti of the Zim Lines.
The plan, intended to promote
winter tourism in Israel, provides
lor room with private bath or
shower and full board free for
eight days at a choice of first class
hotels in Haifa. Tel Aviv, Herzali-
ya and Jersulam. An alternative
pian olfers a free six-day stay at
Israel's Red Sea resort of Elath,
plus air transportation to and
from Elath.
The free stay in Israel is lim-
ited to the period from Nov. 1,
1959 Jo Feb. 28, 1960. but applies
to passengers holding first class
round trip tickets for any win-
ter season sailing between Eu-
rope and Israel, the American
Israel Shipping Company said
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How to Carb Dworre* is the
topic of an address to be delivered
bj Samael G. Knag, marriage
limawtor aathor aad Jewish Flor
idiaa coJammst. oa Friday. 2 pm..
at a meeting of the Tropical chap-
ter American Medkal Crater, at
the Mootmartre hotel. Kbag **
addressed as andieeee at the Bee
n Center on Monday eve
nine. He spake on Second Mar
nages.'" ^^^^^
Blind Vets Cite
B'nai Brith
Blinded Veterans Ian their
- .entwa in Miami Be-icn.
selected B'nai Bnth I
Grand Lad** for its Award ofOut-
staadiag Sernec.
The award is in recognition of
the JtTttopmeat af jab apportam-
Mr the bbad Iba nugbaaf EHs-
6. T1winw. Fla-
a. B'nai B'rrHi, in c-
crtatwn.
the **-

Aeroacm Tfrrnyn. new hr-appointed Ambassador of brcei to
the United Stales, a shown amvixag at kilewdd Airport. N V
rcm Tel At-.t aboard an D Al Israel Asfcnes jet-powerec
Bnwnnja. Accocr.pcny-.ac Hcr=csi enrouto to bis new post
were his wise Zenc. end coe oi then three children. Dane. 3-
Harman Arrives Here
As Israel Ambassador
NEW tWt tffBi lmari reUtwe* with -.he laded States are
-ca a firm aad swhd basis af fneadsbap aad aadeestaadf~ aad At*
are to cwatmee craw. Avrafcam Harm i a. aewty-appamted Israeh
Ameassader to the I'mted States, declared apea has irr^i. here thxs
week ta assaaae his aew past a V
Mr Harmaa farmer Israeli Caa-
s^Uieaeral in \ew York aad.
aare receatfy. a member f the
Jewwa Agency eeatr*e a Jerw-
yiie-.^. isw-ed that -the peepir af
--*;. bn Bwhj iwar* ef the tree TT7ri Cm mm
meaaang of Unatec Skahn fnead- wtB baal ats first bhiibm af the
m r i-
Wilbam G. Tbompaon (right) and Lao Axtrod receive an <
from the Baaded Veterana Assn. citing B'nai Bnth
for its Biind-in-mduatry program. Tbompaon. post
oi namingo Lodge, is chairman and originator of the proaraar
Azirod newly-elected president oi the world ccrrjniaee
the phyaacaDy handicapped.
Gurion Branch
The award will be baas; in the
DhUh.1 5 beadeaarters in Koaa-
ake. Ya.
Leo Aitrod. chairman of the
Bnai B'ruh committee on empioy-
BMat of the handicapped aad
pre-ndeut-eleu of the world eom-
e oa mpioymtat af the
handicapped. meanwhile aaaaaar-
ed Wednesday the receipt of a ca-
blegram froat Rone froan the
World Cosnctl far the Welfare af
the Mad which read
has
Youth Report Summer Period
Reports of youth actmties far
the sanuner period were made this
week at an initial meeting of the
Greater Miami board af directors
of the B'aai Brith Youth Organ
VI
Lee Sandier D -.ct
newspaper editor. rc roanaliaa bald at i t Oacaf
Horse Shoe, N5^ i-.; Dri *|
ler. flanjaasd BBC r-esWeat.M
parted aa the aatkta; BBTO al
Florida repan B'nai Bnth Girts
president. Toby Grossman
*d the 2Way leadership
program held at Camp B'aai Brith
in SUrBght. Pa
A
by BBTO
--ir-:- v roar-:
Pmft for youth
recent onre io
BBYO
Haajsal f> rdastarbed children at
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anthropy
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report of the BBYC Jewim
taaa committee ptace with the Bureau a! irtM
Edweatma far a mere ammH
program af Jew.-* cdaeaia
B'aai B'rrJ: 'rograaafl
high
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Mrs. Alfred leach, f-bbntf.
to uraev- he ejaammed.
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House Debates Blockade of Canal
WASHINGTON-A member of the House Foreign Affairs
fVMnmitlee charged in a debate in the House of Representatives this
ek that "nothing affirmatively has been done by the President or
State Department" to open the Sue* Canal to Israel shipping and
arpo.
The member, Rep. Leonard
Farbstein, New York Democrat,
warned that "unless the President
shows that we will take strong
measures to stop this piracy, a
|VS Board
lears Report
I Board meeting of Jcwisfi Voca- J.urth" ana'service was to be held He, called on the WhIle House to
Krsday 8 p.m., at the McAll.s- "** "PPOrl of the President's
h ip| pledge on Suez that '"any re-
"ol newed violation by Egypt should
[To submit reports were Barney i be dealt with firmly by the society
Lrnstcin. administrative commit- of nations."
Maurice H. Hvman, member-!
Rp. Charles A. Boyle, Illinois
p; Mrs. Meyer Baskin, person-j
I practices; Clemen H. Ehrlich,
rkshop payroll; and Dr. Mi-
}ael Goodman, JVS executive
dor, semi-annual report.
fficers of the organization are
yd I- Ruskin, president; Sam
Heiman, honorary president;
s. Meyer Baskin, Mrs. Charles
Democrat, told the House that
the World Bank should withhold
a lean to the United Arab Repub-
lic for widening of the canal un-
til "the saber-rattling Colonel
Nasser" respects intornatienal
agreements on canal transit.
fact that Israel today is loo well
established to be harrassed."
Rep. Herman Toll, Pennsylvania
Demoeft,-ee4d: "Every member
of Congress should join these
members in urging a change in
policy to take place in support of
the little nation which has fought
for Western democracy."
Bep. Seymour Halpern, New
York Republican, said: "The free
world cannot continue to condone
a brazen violation of a United Na-
tions decision and of international
law. We favor, of course, the im-
provement of relations between
the United States and the United
Arab Republic. We ask-, however,
that the UAR observe its obliga-
tions and respect the rights of
other peoples."
Rep. Roman Pucinski, Illinois
inberg. Albert J. Hirsch, Dr. Democrat, asked the House:
"What sort of international society
do we live in when the dictator of
Egypt can approach' the World
Bank and ask for additional funds
on one hand, when on the other,
he is denying the use of the canal
[ialeah Reform Jewish Congre- to the gallant people of Israel?"
lion will hold a membership! He expressed hope that President
ty Saturday evening at the Eisenhower would take firm ac-
agregation, 1150 W. 68th St., j tion "so that once and for all Mr.
Ilm Springs. Nasser is going to recognize the
i Spirer, vice presidents;
emrn J. Ehrlich, treasurer; Mrs.
fgene Heiman, secretary.
mbership Party Saturday
Soviet Jews
In Hot Water
JTABy Direct Teletype Win
LONDONThe Jew in the Soviet
Union today is "quite safe provid-
ed he behaves as a good Commu-
nist, suppresses his emotions
about Israel, and is prepared to
integrate completely with Soviet
society," the Times of London said
Tuesday in a long review of the
Jewish postiion within the Soviet
Union.
The paper declared that the po-
litical influence of the Jews in the
Soviet Union had "completely dis-
| appeared, "although it noted Jews
I were still prominent in other
i branches of Soviet life such as nu-
j clear science, literature, and
sports.
Basically the Time* declared
the Soviet state demands from
the Jews unquestioning subserv-
ience and support of all its poli-
cies and actions. Communism is
anti-Jewish in the sense that it
opposed all religions, the paper
noted.
It is anti-Jewish in the political
sense because it follows an anti-
Israel policy, it added, but it is not
anti-Jewish on any racial princi-
ple. Premier Nikita S. Khrushchev,
the paper declared, is thus "caught
between two fires on these vital
issue. He denounces anti-Semit-
ism, but he appears to practice it."
The Soviet leader, the Times add-
ed, "is quite becoming more and
more aware of the attachment of
many Russian Jews to Israel."
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New Staffers
Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum
has been appointed permanent
cantor at Monticello Park Congre-
gation. He will chant all Holy Day
and Sabbath services, as well as
lead the adult and junior choirs, a
congregation rnnouncement re-
vealed Wednesday.
Cantor Kirschenbaum previously
held posts in several synagogues
in Greater Miami, and received his
training locally and in Chicago.
Appointed .second cantor and Tor-
ah reader at Monticello Park is
Cantor Moses Weiss. Abraham Sil-
verman will act as permanent sex-
ton.
Together with Rabbi Max Lip
schitz, recently-named spiritual
leader, the congregation's staff is
now offering a full program of
worship, including daily services.
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1During a bridge tournament,
a card often calls for
an official ruling.
8 If a panicky scramble delays
lifeboat launching from a sink-
Ship, the may cost
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fat person.
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away, a fugitive might elude
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Cedars Ladies
To Hear Review
"The Century of the Surgeon,"
by Jurgen Thorwald, will be re-
viewed for the Cedars of Lebanon
Hospital Auxiliary Tuesday by Dr.
Peritz Scheinberg, professor rf
neurology at the University of
Miami.
The meeting will be held* at the '
Syrian Lebanon American Club,
2626 SW 3rd ave., at 12:30 p.m.
Mrs. Nathaniel Levin is president
of the group, and Mrs. Herschel is
in charge of programming.
Groundbreaking for the volun-
tary community non-profit non-
sectarian hospital, which will com-
prise a part of the Metropolitan
Miami Medical Center, is sched-
uled for November.
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Memorial Service Scheduled Al
Hyman P. Galbut. president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Ceme-j
tery Assn., announces that the
association will sponsor its third
UtnosJ public memorial service
Sunday. Sept. 27. at the Jewish
section of Woodlawn Park Ceme-
tery. 3260 SW 8th st., at 11 a.m..
and at Mt. Sinai Memorial Park
Cemetery. 1125 N'vV 137!h St., at
2 p.m.
It has been customary in the *tfd%
past for this .memorial service to
be scheduled on the Sunday be-,
twees. Ko>h Ilashpna and Yom Kip
pur." Galbut said.
since Rosh Hishona falls tUfl
nn Saturday and Sunday ist|
Kippur eTe the following
it would be impossible for i
o be held on that day.
"The association t herds'
scheduling these service; ta]
held Sept. 27. the Sundav
Rosh Hashona "
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September 11, 1959
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sly Day seating committee of Temple Ner Tamid. Left
[iqbi are Ben Marin, coordinator, Ezra Feingold, member-
rman, and Aaron Eisenstein, seating chairman.
:fress to Head Brotherhood Fete
lu -, irkCornelia Otis Skin
[ -s and author, has been
Lnr.uonal chairman of Broth-
V.'eek to be observed next
Hj to 28, sponsored by the
Lnat Conference of Christians
I Jews.
announcement was made
Saturday by Benjamin F.
ess, former board chairman
. l S. Steel Corp.; Lewis L.
|ss, former U.S. Secretary of
neice; and James F. Twohy,
Coast industrialist, co-chair-^
lof ne National Conference.
I the first time that a
n has been designated to
tV national Brotherhood
oNervance first celebrated
in 1934. Previous chairmen of
Brotherhood Week have included
Harold E. Strassen, John G. Wi-
nant, Robert P. Patterson, Nelson
A. Rockefeller, John L. Sullivan,
Eric Johnston, Roger W. Straus,
Thomas E. Braniff, Ben Duffy,
Harold E. Stassen, John G. Wi-
Seltzer, and George B. McKibbin.
'Accept Our Quilt,'
Bonn Official Declares
BONN-(JTA)-Germans were told Mondav by Dr. Eugen Gersten-
maier, president of the Bundestag (Lower House of Parliament), that
w ustmember and "accept our guilt" for the atrocities of World
War H. The political leader spoke over one of the country's principal
radio networks, in commemoration of the outbreak of World War II
20 vears ago.
"Unless we accept our guilt," .----------------------_______________
said Dr. Gerstenmaier, "we Qr> L .
mans do not deserve u.e opporiun COIICireCICltlOli
Hy for repentance." | *'' *-m
Appoints Cantor
Kindergarten Class to Open
Tifereth Israel Sisterhood will
launch the fall term of kindergar-
ten on Sept. 14 at the Center, 6500
N. Miami ave. Classes consist of
play school and religious training
for preschool children.
HOLY DAY SERVICES
ongregation Beth El
500 S.W. 17th AVENUE, MIAMI
U: RECENTLY BEEN COMPLETELY AIR-CONDITIONED
Services will be Conducted and Chanted
by our distinguished
It A Hill SOLOMON SCHIFF
p
Philip Berkowitz, President
and the Rabbi, Officers and Directors
of the Congregation
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Germany would gain noth-
ing," he continued, "if the Ger-
mans were to forget this his-
toric burden of guilt. The Ger-
mans, moreover, cannot expect
their opponents of World War II
to forget everything. Forgetting
the German guilt would neither
consolidate our alliance with the
West, nor lead to a positive re-
lationship with Poland and the
ether Eastern states."
The Bundestag President told
the German people in his broad-
cast: "It is a miracle that we es-
caped by the skin of our teeth"
after the war ended.
Meanwhile, in Karlsruhe, the
Federal Supreme Court, West Ger-
many's highest tribunal, knocked
down the doctrine that Nazis guil-
| ty of brutality under the Hitler re-
gime had "acted under duress."
In a Supreme Court decision
seen here as establishing a highly
; significant precedent, the court or-
dered the retrial of two ex-mem-
bers of the Gestapo who were
' shown leniency at a trial at Wies-
l baden two years ago. when a low-
ier court accepted their pleas of
: "duress."
In the Wiesbaden trial, one of.
the men, ex-Gestapo officer Hein-;
[ rich Lorenz, was acquitted. The
I second, Waldemar Biafeld, receiv-
ed a two-and-a-half-year prison
' sentence. Both were accused of
I aiding the deportation of elderly
Jews from Wiesbaden during
| World War II.
Rejecting their claims of du-
ress, the High Court maintained
fthat "duress could be claimed
I only if the individual's own life
J had been in danger." The court
held that the Gestapo was a "ter-
ror organization'' aiming at quash-
* ing anti-Nazi resistance, and that
, Gestapo officers engaging iri bru-
tality were "solely responsible for
1 their, acts."
Cantor Rudolph Brill has been,
engaged to officiate at regular Sab-
bath services, as well as High Holi-
day services, of the newly-charter-
ed Hebrew Congregation of Coral
Gables, 1827 Ponce de Leon blvd. |
Friday evening services this
week are at 8:15 p.m., with Sat-
urday services slated for 8:30 a.m.
Rush Hashona and Yom Kippur
services will be held at the Ma-
sonic Temple, 41 Valencia ave..
Coral Gables.
Registration is open on weekday
Dr. Melvin M. Newman, of
New York, associate profes-
sor of surgery at the State
University of New York-
medical center, has assumed
the duties of chief surgery at
the free-care National Jewish
Hospital in Denver, Colo.
evenings from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m.,
and on Sunday from 10 a.m. to
1 p.m.
State Dept. OK's
Free Passage
Continued from Page i-A
used as a blockade instrument
| against Israel.
Rep. Halpern later wrote Sec-
retary Herter, calling his attention
to the views put forth ir. the letter
to the Bank.
Replying officially, .Macomber
said that "the government of the |
United States firmly supports the
' principle of freedom of transit
through the Suez Canal as an inter-
national waterway. You may be
Stared that whenever the occa-
i sion permits, we continue to avail
ourselves of opportunities for set-
j ting forth our views in this re-
{gard in various appropriate inter-
national agencies, including the
World Bank."
Mr. Macomber said that "we
continue to hope that aided by the
counsel of the United Nations and
of other friendly countries, includ-
ing the United States, progress to
ward solution to the problem of
the present restrictions on transit j
of the canal can be achieved."
Fiddler's First Anniversary
Nearing his first anniversary as
maestro of the Singing Strings at
! King Arthur's Court s Frankie
; Matthews, violinist who's been
| performing here since 1924. A Phil-
; adelphian. Matthews has been at
the Miami Springs Villas five
years. His first four were spent in
the New Orleans room, and he
' took over musical chores in the
! Court when it was opened last
September.
The Orthodox Beth Din
Of Greater Miami
PROCLAIMS
1. THE FOLLOWING WHOLESALE MEAT HOUSES
IN Gilt ATM MIAMI AtE UNDER THf SWUVISIOM Of THE BUM DIM
AND ALL MASHGICHEM COMPLY WITH THE
HIGHEST STANDARDS OF THE BETH DIN.
C0RT PACKING COMPANY OF MIAMI
GEORGE LAZARUS INC.
WILSON AND COMPANY

2. THf FOLLOWING KOSHER POULTRY HOUSES
Ml UNDfff THf SUPERVISION Of THE BETH DIM:
ADLER'S MARKET Shochet, Rev. Schechter
ABE'S MARKET Shochet, Rev. Shapiro
LAPOW'S MARKET Shochet, Rev. Fruchter
BERMAN'S MARKET Shochet, Rev. Hecht
3. All Kosher Poultry Slouuht red By These S hoc h tin. Art Idee tiled By A
ltd A White Ring "PIUMBA" of the BITH DIN. The BETH DIN Is Net
ItteeNsiblt And Can Ntt Guarantee Tilt Kashruth Of Any Other Poultry,
Beth Locally Or Oet Of Tew* Slaughtered.
--
4. THE FOLLOWING RETAIL KOSHER MEAT MARKETS
ARE UNDER THE SlIftKVISIOM OF THE BETH DIN.
FENSTER'S KOSHER MARKET MIAMI BEACH
GEWIRTZ KOSHER MARKET MIAMI BEACH
GREEN'S KOSHER MARKET MIAMI BEACH
MENDELSOHN AND SON MIAMI BEACH
SILVER'S GUT KOSHER MIAMI BEACH
QUALITY MARKET, MR. CHIEL MIAMI
-
5. THE FOLLOWING CATERERS, RESTAURANT & BAKERY
ARE UNDtK THE SUPtKVIilOM Of THE BETH DIM:
EDEN ROC HOTEL CATERING ONLY
DEAUVILLE HOTEL CATERING ONLY
CROWN HOTEL CATERING ONLY
ROYAL HUNGARIAN KOSHER RESTAURANT
JABIL'S STEAK DEN
SUNSHINE BAKERY
--
THE ORTHODOX BETH DIN OF GREATER MIAMI
IS THE RABBINIC ARM OF THE COMMUNITY VAAD
HAKASHRUTH SPONSORED BY THE ORTHODOX
CONGREGATIONS OF GREATER MIAMI.
THE BETH DIN IS SERVING THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
ON MATTERS OF KASHRUTH AND OTHER RELIGIOUS
COMMUNAL FUNCTIONS FREE OF CHARGE
MEMBERS OF THE BETH DIN
RABBI H. LOUIS ROTTMAN RABBI DAVID LEHRFIELD
RABBI HERSHEL SAVILLE RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF
RABBI TIB0R H. STERN


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Jewish Religious Life in Soviet Virtually Dead
By DAVID MILLER _^
ttGCO .TTA Reliiiouj life zmomi H*fS of the S
ai^ra<><. i claims b> authorities of the
reedom. ;he far. remains that circuir,.
rare, if performe'J at a eremonies at mairiafa
nnkno*. emotes at funerals are abrupt an.l only
occasiataiiy observed Bar Mitz-
vahs have disappeared corap
ssan Jewish youth has ever
seat phylartenes.
religious instruction on an
mo*e patriotism
among the youth
Soeee^TS
IAU1 Akll BECKER
Rabbi Becker
Resigns Pulpit
Rabbi Are Becker, spiritual
leader of Beth Raphael Conereea-
m pulpft to ac-
-hotoni
-e in Memphis. Tenn.
Rabb; Becker was spiritual
leader of Beth Raphael Cor,
tion for years
ad as per
represer the late
Rabbi '.'. !rr;e. Dr Isaac
Herzog. to the Jewish communi-,
ties of Europe North Afri-
ca, vhere he lectured on Jevusa
law and lore.
Following World War II. Rabbi
Becker was instrumental in es-
tablishing the first educational
schools in the D.P. camps of
West Germany. He was one of
the leaders in the underground
activities of the Zionist-Revision-
ist youth groups in and outside
of Palestine.
Rabbi Becker received his re-
ligious education in the reknown
Talmudical Academies of Barano-
irhtg and Wilno. and later in Is-
rael, where he was ordained as
rabbi.
Here he attended the University
of Miami, where he received a
BA in human relations and psy-
ter'g degree in
clucation. He also attended the
Jew i s b Theological Seminary.
*her he is working towards a
Doctorate.
Rabbi Becker is a member of
the Rabbinical As,-embly of Amer-
ica, and of the Greater Miami Rab-
bimcal Assn.
led basis is offered any
where ia the Soviet Union to Jew-
sh youth. The number of syna-
gogues has steadily decreased
since the end of World War II. de-
ffx-ial claims that the num-
ber has doubled since the Revolu
a**. So new construction for re-
Ugioas purposes is permitted.
The synagogues still in
especially the ones Hi areas us-
ualfy vsr'ed by touristsare in
good repair and prominently dis-
play tne Star of David. However,
Soviet Jews have long suffered
from a lack of prayr books,
praver snawls, religious calen-
dars, candle holders and other
symbols of Jewish re'igious life.
But these shortages alone do not
account for the decreasing partic-
ipation in religious activities.
Among the moat important factors *JP.*l *"*! **
K lack of any organization of
In the Soviet Union no one can
soeak for the Jews as a group.
Mama there is a rabbi or a syn-
agogue, there is some kind of a
rallying point. But that interest
must be strictly religious not
social or community
As such, the Jew* have little in
formation about ether Jews not
only in the Soviet Union but else
where in the world. No newspaper
or magazine serves Jewish inter-
The only information avail-
able comes from official sources
like Pravda or its regional editions
or. in a much more limited man-
ner, from tourists or from letters
abroad
The elimination of strictly Jew
i>h organizations has also resulted
in a steady decrease in the contin-
uity of Jewish traditions and cus-
A young Jew. influenced in
his early years by Communist
youth groups in the schools, can
learn only from his parents .some-
impossible to estimate how much
home instruction remains. No one
talks about it.
pe for any segment of the
Jewish population.
In the Soviet Union today there
are no Jewish community councils,
no relief groups, no synagogue
sisterhoods, no young people's
clubsnothing that can be iden-
tified as Jewish. All energies are vaguest ideas of their religion or
channeled into state approved ac- of the age-old customs of their peo-
mines Jews are alleged to be &* few speak Yiddish and almost
a distinct national group but do none know Hebrew or the ritual of
not have the right to organize prayer.
That second factorthe absence
of young people in the synagogue
is serious and could effect the
whole future of Soviet Jewry.
Young Soviet Jews have onlv the
themselves in any way.
Adath Yeshurun
Slates Services
Temple Adah Yeshurun will hold
High Holiday services at Carpen-
ters Hall. 625 NE 131st St., No.
Miami
Services will be conducted by
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan and Cantor
Jacob Goldfarb
Registrations for Hebrew and
Sunday school are being taken
BOW, and school will start Monday.
A regular congregation meeting
took place Tuesday at Arthur
Mattel's. Plans for a new building
to be erected on land which has
been recently purchased were
aired at the meeting.
Miami's Wall St. Synagogue
(ORTHODOX i
for the Business District
!H OX 7.4 Ave. Ft e-1514
Room 215 Professional Bldg.
Mincha Service 12:30-1:00 p.m.
Daily Except St"rdav Si Sun-lav
"I am a Jew, yes," an 18-year-
oW engineering student admit-
ted on Gorky st., "but I'm not
sure what that means, I feel
something in my heart bat don't
speak to me in Yiddish because
I c'on't know more than a dozen
words." He was working hard
to perfect his English. He re-
fused an offer to join this re-
porter at Sabbath services the
following day.
In not sure where the syna-
B* said. "I doubt if any
of my friends know either. But
I'll be glad to show you around
aw." At 18. he could not re-
member ever having been in a
synagogue Yet he said both par-
ents were "pretty religious Jews"
who tried to talk to him occasion-
ally about what it meant to be a
Jew.
At the same time, his identity-
card removed any doubt as to the
official Soviet view of his notional-
it) No matter what he thought
or how much it ill-fitted him. the
card reads Jew." The only ones
who manage to attend synagogue
services these days are the old
people.
Soviet Jews are still afraid that
they may be forced to move from
various parts of the USSR to Biro-
bidjan. the so-called Jewish auton-
omous republic in Siberia. Soviet
Jews talk little about Birobidjan
never come They prefer not to
the matter at all and to dls-
rumors of Jewish removal to Jews, however, u bcUevaH "!
in as fabrications but the almost, nil. TO l!> *
"ruruers persist.- -
Twice the sixe of. New Jersey,
Birobidjan, ts the only place in
the Soviet Union today whore
Yiddish can be found on street
signs, where a Yiddish-language
newspaper the twice-weekly,
"Birobidianer Shtern"survives
and where a segment of Yiddish
tradition remains. But Yiddish
has disappeared from schools
and Russian is used more than
Yiddish for everyday conversa-
tions. The Yiddish theater is
closed and only one makeshift
building remains in use as a
synagogue.
The official Soviet policy has
changed frequently toward Biro-
,;,ikiii ai the power struggle in
Moscow continued. Since its cre-
ation in 1934. Birobidjan has grad-
ually slipped into complete dis-
favor During the purge of 1936
and 1937. many Jews were arrest-
ed and some shot. The library'.
which had contained more then
30.000 Yiddish and Hebrew vol
ume.v was destroyed. Many rare
books were burned. The Yiddish
theater and schools were closed.
A case in point is tne cancella-
tion mark u-e-i on postage from
Birobidjan. The stamp used today-
bears the letters "JAO" for Jewish
Autonomous O blast (Province).
Previously, the postmarks read
District of Birobidjan." the fifth
change since the first Jewish fam-.
ilies arrived. The first postmark
was in Yiddish.
The living standard, never
high, has failed to rise above the
subsistence level. The cultural
level, which also was n