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eJewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY 33 — Number 41 Miami, Florida, Friday, October 9, 1959 Two Sections — Price 20<" ael Gets Majority Backing At UN Member Nations Support Charge Against Egypt's Blockade of Suez Canal Shipping U Charles D. Mintz, of the Union of American Hebrew regations, demonstrates the Shofar to tixmrninterested Yom Kippur begins with Kol Nidre services Sunday at wn. lalyze New Legislation U.S. Immigration Laws CW YORK——"While failing to enact legislation liberalizing ^ic immigration laws of the United States, the last session of Conpassed a law increasing family reun hi w uu a iljHIH e s tid w t her-f-TOtntlng out to him that the By SAUL CARSON UNITED NATIONS—(JTA)—More than 50 percent of the delegations from whom an expression of opinion could haJSbeenjexpected on the subject are supporting Israels insistence on freRom of navigation through the Suez Canal. That was the score in the^urrent General Assembly here this week as Mrs. Golda Meir. Israeli foreign Minister, concluded a whirlwind, three-week visit to the United Nations, during which she pressed her government's grievance against the United Arab Republic's anti-Israel blockade of the Suez Canal. Eliminating members of the* — Arab and Soviet blocs, from which no support of Israel's case against an Arab country could be expected, 25 out of 40 speakers in the Assembly's annual "general debate" have expressed themselves as being on Israel's side in the Suez issue. These speakers have j included the Foreign Ministers of each of the three big Western powers — France, Britain and the United States; Foreign Ministers and delegation chairmen representing virtually all of the major maritime powers in Western Europe and in Latin America; and a number of smaller countries res of positive value to prospective immigrants," James P. Rice, |ve director of United I lias Service, reported this week. World Refugee Year un-+— %  T ly, it was hoped that the States would take the lead ilf of the. uprooted by adopt ecial measures for the adof refugees or by revising >MC immigration laws along es of recent bipartisan pro)P Suggests derniiation tA—By Direct Teletype Wire IHIN'GTON — Modernization ^migration laws, including Dnment of the national orig(tola system, were suggested ly in a report issued by the |lican committee on program rogress. lished by the Republican sal Committee, the new rec Delations urged a polioy for >al security and peace in "immigration laws must be and not hindrance to an efforeign .policy." I wit recommended that imration laws be made "a ce of renewal and replenished the springs of creative jrlty in our own society-" committee said "we recomregular review and modernof our present immigration Time and conditions have obsolete the national origins >f 35 years ago." committee proposed that fful study of these changes be the first step toward a realistic modernization of imigration laws." Mrs. Meir conferred 12 hours before the left with Seeretary General Dag Hammarskiold, issue from UAnign Ministers with whoWi'sMjlUd conferred here privately. It was understood thft not one of these 35 foreign policy chiefs disagreed with Israel's insistence on the right to freedom of shipping through the Suez Canal. At a news conference prior to Continued on Page 2-A ARTHUR lOOR/f posals," Mr. Rice said. "When Congress reconvenes in January, efforts must be made to remedy the situation," he added. Pointing out the constructive features in the new legislation that did come through, Mr. Rice said that under the new family reunion law certain family separations which, in the case of Eastern European Jews have often run into the unforeseeable future, are eliminated. Prefsr-* ences granted for the admission to the U.S. of brothers and sisters of citizens and the married sons and daughters of citizens are extended to the spouses and minor children of such persons, who may now accompany them. Under the prior law, if a brother of a U.S. citizen or the married child of a citizen wished to immigrate under the benefits of a preference, he had to leave his wife and minor child behind and apply for their admission following his arrival here. /The new law, Rice expressed, makes it possible for thousands of people to enter the country on a non-quota basis, so that many of Continued on Page 12-A overwhelming opinion here backed Israel against the UAR. She was believed to have pointed out to Mr. Hammarskjold that, in addition to the public statements made in the Assembly, she received direct word on the Suez Challenge Arab Leaders to Talk Peace Any Time and Anywhere' U.S. WELCOMES OFFER PACE 2-A Red China Declares Israel Base of Economic Invasion' JTA—By Direct Teletype Wire LONDON—Communist China Tuesday utilized the election campaign in Israel to attack the Israel government in a Peking radio broadcast in the English language beamed to Asian and African countries. "With the general elections in Israel less than two months away," the broadcast said, "the Ben-Gurion government is now under heavy fire for its policy of serving im-+ — perialism as a spearhead against the national independence movement in the Middle East and its military adventurism toward neighboring countries." The broadcast said that "Israel is becoming a base for U.S. big business for their economic expansion in Africa and southeast Asia. It emphasized that "tires, chemicals, and cement produced by American-owned or controlled factories in Israel tf being exported to these areas in increasing quantities as Israeli UNITED NATIONS—(JTA)—Arthur Lourie, chairman of Israel's delegation here, Monday made an offer to enter into immediate peace talks with the Arab states, "without any preconditions." Mr. Lourie addressed the General Assembly, after Dr. Mahmoud Fawzi, Foreign Minister of the United Arab Republic, delivered a sharp, — +anti-Israel attack in which he accused "political Zionists or Zionizing politicians" of "manufacturing" a case out of Israel's grievance against the UAR's blockade of the Suez Canal. In his attack. Dr. Fawzi specifically named Mrs. Golda Meir and Selwyn Lloyd, respectively Israel's and Britain's foreign ministers, for bringing the "made in Israel" Suez issue before the Assembly. Answering Dr. Fawzi's insistence that the Suez issue was part of the so-called "Palestine Question," Mr. Lourie directed at the Egyptian the question: "Is his country willing to negotiate with us a settlement of these differences?" "I can declare here," the Israeli representative continued, "in the name of my government, that we are prepared to enter into immediate negotiations for a full and final settlement of all outstanding Israel-Arab problems, at any time and place the Arab leaders may Continued on Page 8 A goods to disguise U.S. economic penetration." The Peking broadcast also alleged that "Israel economic and military ties with West Germanyare growing and that this is "causing much concern and indignation among the Israeli people, many of whom were victims of Nazi terror." It quoted the election manifesto adopted by the Israeli Communist Party with all its allegations against the present Israeli government. Bonn President Vows Sweep of Wretched Past' By Special Report NEW YORK —Dr. Heinrich Luebke, newly-elected president of West Germany, this week told the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith that "a great deal remains to be done to remove completely the rubble of a wretched past." Dr. Luebke's cabled message was made in response to a communication from Henry Edward Schultz, the League's national chairman. Schultz had suggested a number of steps to the German president designed to help improve citizenship training and the teaching of the history of the Nazi period to German youth. His proposals were based on a report made by Nathan C. Belth, AntiDefamation League official, who recently returned from Germany. Schultz, the League's chairman, had suggested that history courses in German schools be augmented with courses in civics and citizenship training—"even at the expense of traditional subjects that now crowd the curricula." He recommended the assignment of younger teachers who "are not burdened by embarrassing selfidentification with the recent past which inhibits older teachers." He also cited the need for "new and more effective text-books" and noted that "progress has already been made in this area." In reply. Dr. Luebke assured Mr. Continued on Page 7-A



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I %  *%  I I I Page 2-A +Jewls*ricrklkn Friday, October 9, Israel Gets Majority Backing at UN %  ,MlMmaA nMI# Continued from Page 1-A seeing Mr. Hammarksjold, Mrs. Meir sHJd^-v'.lsHiwi, feele.Uial-thews has been an expression of public opinion in the general debate on freedom of navigation through the Suez Canal. The entire issue is a serious matter for the government to consider. I can repeat now what I said in the general debate, to the effect that we will not acquiesce to the illegal discrimination against us. Israel must now await anxiously the effects that this broad expression of public opinion will have on the United Arab Republic. Our government will now discuss the situation anew in the light of all the developments." Maurice Couve de Murville, Foreign Minister of Frarrte, was the last of the Western Bis Three to address the Assembly last week Uackifig fer"T*;*ael on the Suez is sue had previously been voiced by U.S. Secretary of State Christian Herter and Britain's Secretary for Foreign Affairs, Selwyn Lloyd. Mr. de Murville asserted firmly that the Constantinople Convention of 1888. reaffirmed by the United Nations, remains for us the charter in his matter." The 1888 pact on ,'reedom of navigation through the Suez forbids Egypt from blockadng the Canal against any nation "in war as in peace." Osten Unden, Foreign Minister of Sweden, declared that "thi problem, in it* essence, is hardly Herter Says U.S. Welcomes Israel Offer to Arabs JTA—By Direct Teletype Wire WASHINGTON — Secretary o f i Mr. Herter meanwhile declined State Christian A. Herter told a to restate the Amwkan pottion • press conference Tuesday that the; of tho anti-Israel blockade of the United States would welcome di-' Suex Canal. He said he had exrect Arab-Israel negotiations if, pressed himself recently end the two sides could agree upon it. He referred to an offer made by Israel at the United Nations Mon-, day to negotiate a complete settle! ment, of the Palestine issue with j Israel negotiations was one of prithe Arabs "at any time and place" mary concern to the parties inthey choose and with no strings v() ] vcr j. But he made clear the attached. ( U nited States would welcome a mutually acceplable discussion between the Israelis and the Arabs at the United Nations or elsewhere. very succinctly" at the United Nations on this matter. He thought the question of ArabLONG-DISTANCE MOVERS OAIIY PICK UPS New York, New Jet jey, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Wash irtjton, Boston — all ether point*. PIAL JE 8 8353 M. Liebermin Sons 655 COUINS AVI. MIAMI BIACH RETURN LOAD RATES Mr. Hortcr said he had no knowledge that would indicate direct Israel-Arab conversations were in the offing. He explained that he referred to Israel's offer at the United Nations to hold such discussions. ne said Israel's offer at least taised the question anew. Mr. Herter said he did not know how successful they would be, but if it were possible such talks could be held, he said, the United States would welcome them. question of juridical subtletie.. Instead," he .aid, "the question really i whether it could be considered r**rsnabta'that two member, of the United Nation, for year, find themselves in a ': warlike relationship. If there is a war, it should be the duty of j the state, involved to make peace. •This is simple common sense, so much more so because the bloc ikade cannot be of any practical I value for the United Arab Kepub lie while it does harm the shipping interests of many other countries," the Swedish Foreign Minister continued. "Sweden too is suffering from the blockade. In evidence of this, I should like to mention that the Swedish Seaman's Union have requested their government to work for the cessation of the blockade." Denmark. Norway and even Finland took their stand openly on Israel's side. Nearly all of the members of the British Commonwealth took Israel's side in the general debate against the UAR blockade. Both New Zealand and Australia were outspoken on the issue. Richard G. Casey, Australian Minister for External .Affairs, said the Suez issue "is of great concern to a large number of countries at both ends of the Canal—European and Asian as well as others, such as Australia and the Americas — who need to use this important waterway for their international trade. "I do. not intend to go over any of the incidents that have occurred during the past year, mostly related to Israel, but in view of these I wish to record again that we believe in free passage through the canal for all countries without exception." -., P H Jackpot priae of $230 is yours lor trier asking in this wee*> CO:NWORD Pazzle No. 14, which appears on Page 10-A. Again, there were no winners in the previou* braintwister. Deadline is Sunday midnight, Oct. 11. Mail your entry to COINWORD Editor, The Jewish Floridian, P.O. Box 2973. Miami 1, Fla. After-School am Told NOW YOU DIAL FR 3-4605 for Longshoremen Unload dug. JTA—By Direct Teletype Wir. "'* NEW YORK-Longshoremeii Local 1814 in Brooklyn, ig ,2 midst of an East Coast dock stnW gave special consideration To day morning to a cargo of eiw •' cases of Israeli esrogim aboard u* SS Zlon of the Zim Lines aid u loaded them in time for distnb*. Uon among American OrVwta Jews who will use them during n, forthcoming Succoth holiday. PEST PROBLEMS? Procjn Miami Beach YMHA Branch of the Greater Miami Jewiih Community Center, 1536 Bay rd., announced Wednesday that registration is being accepted in its special after-school program. The program is designed for the parent seeking supervised play after school fcours five days a week for children in the first and second grades. The program takes care of children from 2 to 4:15 p.m.. NI. 3-3411 *p%ec I nipect. oa em. fi?9* %  \j w WE INSTALL GLASS FOR IVIKl VI HPOSE STORE FRONT PlATf AND WINDOW GLASS f urniture Tops, tto*l*d Mirrors am" •eji/vering Our Specialty [§ L & G. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS 136 S.W. Itk ST. Morris Orlim Phone FR 1 1363 The Latin American countries were likewise almost unanimous in their open support of Israel. Some speakers pleaded for peace in general in the Middle East. That was the stand taken by Dr. Raphael Urquia, chairman of El Salvador's delegation. But tho majority of Latin American representatives openly pleaded with Egypt to haH its discrimination against Israeli shipping and goods through tho international waterway. Ecuador denied outright that Egypt could claim "rights of belligerence" as a pretext for barring Israel from the Canal. Honduras urged the Assembly to "leave no stone unturned to halt provocation. ; maritime discrimination and threats of extermination" against \ a member of the United Nations.


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Friday. October 9, 1959 • Je*lst>IhrH^tr Page3-A Kol Nidre to Launch Yom Kippur Observance* CANDLEUGHTING TIME 7T1*hrt — 5rWp.m. Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, will be launched at Kol Nidre [services Sanday before sundown in the Houses of Worship throughout [Greater Miami. Services continue all day on Mondajvwith Yizkor, [the Memorial for the Departed, recited during the mornjj&g. Saturday mo rning au i h. e s w ill inaifc th e Qrt bath of HepiWance, wMPh falls beItween Rosh Hashona and Yom Kippur. Beth Tfllah Congregation, 935 [Eucftd ave., will hold Friday eveIrrn? services at 5:45 p.n*. Satur [day services are at 8:30 a.m. Ser[mon will be "Weekly Portion." [Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky officilates. At 4:15 p.m., he will discuss r'Penitence." Services Sunday beIgin at 7 a.m. Kol Nidre is at 5:30 L>.m. Sermon will be "Should We |Forgive?" Menday services are at a.m. Sermon is "Our Souls." L'izkor wHl be at 11:30 a.m. Neilah ncludes the Yom Kippur observance at 4:30 p.m. Tempi* Zion. 5720 SW 17th St., I will aoK Friday evening services at s 30 p.m. Saturday morning |st>rviccs are at 9 a.m. Rabbi Alfred Wiixman will officiate at Yom ippur service* beginning with J1 iiidre-Sunday at 5r?5 p.m. CanJacob Goldfarb renders the musical por tions of the liturgy. ermo**#Hl be "Are We Guilty?" VTcet Menday commence at 8 a.m. Se?ftfon .will be "Ten Brave Men."' At Beth" Raphael Congregation, 13S NW Srrji ave., Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate, with Cantors A. Perl and Morris Fruchter rendering the musical portions of the liturgy. Yom Kippur observance begins Sunday at 5:45 p.m. Sermon iill be "If Not Now—When?" Monday Yizkor memorial is at 10:30 Sermon will be "Death is Our Happy New Tear, Yovng Folks! Moke it a ge4 year, scaelasticolly. ADELPHI BUSINESS COLLEGE and TUTORING SCHOOL Superior Supplementary Training Please See Yellow Page 420, Phone Book. 500 N.I. -th ft. Pt 1-7948 Miami 38, Fiorina GOLFERS Gain Confidence with NEW GRIPS All Style. Available Rtshafflng trf.lthM| Alteration! GOFFS 1423 PONCE, CORAL CABLES Neighbor." Neilah concludes the Yom Kippur observance at 4:30 p.m. Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz will officiate at services of Zamora Jewish Center, 44 Zamora ave., Friday at 6 p.m. Saturday services are at 8:30 a.m. Kol Nidre will usher in the Yom Kippur. observance Sunday at 5:45 p.ni3Jmo|i will be "Call of Conscience." Cantor Meyer G-isser renders ffle'miflcal portions of the liturgy. Yizkor memorial Monday is at 1,0 a.m. Sermon will be "The Life Eternal." Neilah is at 5 p.m. Temple Bath Am, 5950 No. Kendall dr., will hold Friday evening services at'8:15 p.m. Sermon by Rabbi Herbert Baumgard is "What is Sin?" Saturday services will be at 10 a.m., with the Bar Mitzvah of Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Roth. Yom Kippur will be ushered in at Kol Nidre services Sunday at 7:30 p.m. Monday services are at 10 a.m. and 3:30 p.m., with a children's service scheduled for ?:30 p.m. Agvdath Israel Hebrew Institute, 7801 Carlyle ave., will hold Friday evening services at 6 p.m. Saturday services are at 8:30 a.m. Sermon will be "Repentance Not as a Confession but as Contrition of the Heart." Rabbi Isaac Ever •officiates and preaches. Kiddush hosts will be Mr. and Mrs. Philip Yasser. Sunday services are at 7:30 a.m. Kol Nidre will be Sunday at 5:30 p.m. Sermon is "The Fascination of Kol Nidre." Yom Kippur services Monday commence at 8 a.m. Sermon will be "Does the Solemn Yizkor Prayer Give Us Feelings of Shame and Remorse?" Memorial for the departed at 11:30 a.m. Neilah concludes the Yom Kippur observance at 5 p.m. Friday service at Congregation Anshe Ernes, 2533' SW 19th ave., will be at 5:45 p.m. Saturday services are at 9 a.m. Yom Kippur will be launched at Kol Nidre sertions of the liturgy. Monday serv... and now AUSTIN BURKE %  reseats HorMe'i lort and newoJt selections far Hie Teenage Stack*)'. Short, husky, er tall from 13 yeers on4 eMer AUSTIN BURKES own .Continental Look Carefully tailored with: Double Side Venn • Slim Tonorool feats e Hacking Packets • CaHed SUeves • Shorter Co to way Jock et New Shipments Daily — Continental A Ivy a. I Open T Friday n tui | 0r your oil** New 1959 and 1960 Pattern* [SUITS $ 39?^ $ 2 9? FloHJa*i T.trtett Omal ty TfaVjVAUSTIN -X) BURKE CVAos c/ Dutinction at c Discount SUPERIOR STAMP & SEAL WORKS MANUFACTURERS Of RUBBER STAMPS CORPORATION SEALS and SUPPUIS CHARLIE MERZ, Owner HOW LOCATED AT 613 K.E. 1st Ave. FR 4-1034 vices Sunday at 5:30 p.m. Services continue Monday at 8 a.m. Sermons will be by Jacob Mindlin ; n Yiddish, xtul, Seymour Uebovan in English. Cantor Jacob Greenberg officiates. Rabbi Leo Helm will officiate at Kol Nidre services of Temple Trfereth Jacob, 951 Flamingo Way, Hialeah, Sunday at 6 p.m. Sermon will be "Our Resolutions—Sincerity and Self-Dedication." Yom Kippur services continue Monday at 8:30 a.m. Sermon is "Repentance Insisting on Self-DeterminaOon." Yizkor memorial is at 10:30 a.m. Cantor Samuel Levine and the choir under the direction of Mrs. Sam Weinstein render the musical portions of the liturgy. Hialeeh Jewish Congregation, 1150 W. 68th st., will hold Friday evening services at 8:30 p.m. Kol Nidre ushers in the Yom Kippur observance Sunday at 4800 Palm ave., Kialeah. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman will officiate at the 7 p.m. service and discuss "A Time to Remember." Yom Kippur services continue Monday at 10 a.m., with the sermon scheduled as "Surrender to Freedom." Yizkor memorial is at 12:30 p.m. At Kneseth Israel Congregation, 1415 Euclid ave., Rabbi David Lehrfield will officiate at Friday services at 6 p.m. Saturday services are at 8:30 a.m. Sermon will be "Sabbath of Repentance." Sunday services will usher in Yom Kippur with Kol Nidre at 5:45 p.m. Monday services are at 8:30 a.m. Yizkor memorial will be at 11 a.m. Cantor Abraham Seif renders the musical portions of the liturgy. Friday services at Temple Judea, 320 Palermo, Coral Gables, will be at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Morris Skop will discuss "Judaism and the Modern Mind." Kol Nidre will usher in the Yom Kippur observance Sunday at 7 p.m. Sermon is scheduled as "Why is it Human to Err?" Cantor Herman Gottlieb renders the musical portions of the liturgy. Yom Kippur observance continues Monday at 9:30 a.m. Yizkor memorial will be at 1 p.m. Sermon is on the topic "What is Never Forgotten?" Rabbi Herschell Saville will officiate at Friday services of Miami Hebrew Congregation, 1101 SW 12th ave., at 5:45 p.m. Saturday services are at'9 a.m. Sermon will be "The Importance of Teshuvah." Kol Nidre launches the Yom Kipper observance Sunday at 5:45 p.m. Sermon is "The Synagogue— Israel's Perpetual Light." Cantor Joseph Salzman renders the musical portions of the liturgy. Monday services are at 9 a.m. Sermon is "Living With Our Memories." Yizkor memorial will be at 11 a.m. Beth David Congregation, 2625 SW 3rd ave., will launch Yom Kip pur with Kol Nidre services Sunday at 5:45 p.m. Cantor William Lipson renders the musical porices are at 8 a.m. Sermon will be at 10:30 a.m., with Yizkor memorial following at 11. Neilah concludes the Yom Kippur observance at 5 p.m. At Beth E m e t h Congreq.tion, 12250 NW 2nd ave., Rabbi David Herson will officiate at"Friday evening ervices at 8:15 p.m. Sermon is "The Chasm Between." Saturday services are at 9 a.m. Kol Nidre will usher in the 1 Yom Kippttr observance Sunday at 5:30 day are at 7:30 a.m. Yizkor memorial will be at 11:15 a.m. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum renders the musical portions of the -liturgy. "Our Relationship with God" will be the sermon of Rabbi Samuel Lerer Friday, 8 p.m., at Temple Beth Shalom of Hollywood, 1725 Monroe st. Cantor Rudolph Deatsch renders the musical portions of the liturgy. Saturday services are at 9 a.m. Bar Mitzvah of Terry, son of Dr. and Mrs. Jack Lurie, will be observed. Rabbi Eugene LabOvitz will officiate at Kol Nidre services of TarrtJ ole Ner Tamed, fJOth st. and Tatum p.m. Sermon is 'The Judgment of i Waterwa ?'' Sunday 6 pm c Mon — O w %  J. M nnraflDIko noon *. Q • (M Creation and Destruction." Services Monday are at 8 a.m. Memorial will be at 10:30 a.m., with the sermon scheduled as "The Reality of Life." Cantor Hyman Fein and Samuel Graysori* render the musical portions of the liturgy. Monticelle Park Congregation, 1099 NE 163rd st., will hold Friday services at 5:45 p.m. Saturday servicesaa*ff fpfa.m Rabbi Max Lip^chit2 will officiate at Kol Nidre services Sunday at 5:49 p.m. Yom Kippur services Monday services are at 8 a.m. Sermon will be "The Door is Open to the World of the Living." Yizkor memorial is at 11 a.m. Neilah will conclude the Yom Kippur observance at 4:45 p.m. Cantor Samuel Gomberg renders the musical portions of the liturgy. Jay Schloaser will become Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services, 8:45 a.m., of North Shore Jewish Center, 620 75th st. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Continued on Page 13-A TENSE NERVOUS HEADACHES call for STRONGER Yet SAFfR ANACItt Won't Up*>*>t Tfce Stomach Anacla* not only flrae fCfa#er. Ttttr r*ll*f freta pain of neodache W Is also oa/or. Vont upon* tka stomach and ku no bad effects. Yea a Anacla Is like a doctor'a preption. 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Page 4-A vJmlstncrlcHan Friday, October 9, 1959 OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 Jewish Floridian .AIM.*! .very Friday *Oattf| by SjfJj^&Ska. Florid*, under the Act of Marcn 3. is.. during the week as I •*•'' W • • • by LEO MINDLIN FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor ISRAEL BUREAU 202 Ben Yehuda — Tel Aviv, Israel RAY U. BINDER Correspondent !" < waggaiM&gge star SUBSCR On* Year $5.00 PTION Volume 33 Thro Year* 110.00 Number 41 Friday, October 9, 1959 7 Tishri 5720 Meaning of Yom Kippur Yom Kippur, most solemn of the High Holy Days, will be ushered in with Kol Nidre services here Sunday evening. The New Year is generally the occasion for Jews to pause and take spiritual stock of themselves — both with respect to past and future. But Yom Kippur has evolved as a special period, when men show particular concern about what is to be. No mortal can with certainty probe the future. All of us, however, can reckon with the past It is this process of probing our actions yesterday, and in the most honest manner we can muster, that brings significance to Yom Kippur as a holy occasion for supplication in the name of a happy tomorrow. For here, past and future join in the cycle of traditional Jewish life, with the aura of tens of centuries of belief in the perfectibility of man as an expression of God's presence on earth end everywhere, surrounding the cycle to make it one of the most amazing relationships in human experience. Examining our past, on Yom Kippur we determine that we shall not be subject in the year ahead to the same weaknesses; nor shall we submit to the same defeats; nor shall we contribute to the same degrading actions. Looking to the future, we vow that we shall live our lives in accordance with the highest principles of Judaism — governed by the traditional values of justice, mercy, charity and humility. The vows men deny in their historic chant of the Kol Nidre axe the vows of earthly existence, where considerations of personal advantcge rule and often silence the finer impulses of their souls. The vows men affirm on Yom Kippur are the vows of spiritual existence, which we eternally pray shall ultimately become the larger part of our lives in the name of brotherhood of all humankind, when wars shall no more be known, and when love shall forever reign. On Rebuilding a Synagogue Germany split by East and West republics is only one example of the division in her makeup. The spiritual rent in her soul the Germans certainly feel even more strongly. In Worms this week, the cornerstone was laid for the rebuilding of the historic Rashi Synagogue, which had been destroyed with hundreds of others during the infamous "Crystal Night" of 1938. The pre-war Jewish population of Worms was 1,100. There are only two Jewish families in Worms today. For whom is the Rashi Synagogue being rebuilt — the two Jewish families, the 1,100 dead, the memory of the sacred Six Miliion? Or are the Germans constructing the synagogue anew as a monument beneath which to bury their guilty conscience? Whatever the answer to this difficult question, the split in the German soul remains — more profound and more dangerous than the eplit in her geography. -THE BOYS up in Tallahan* are again considering' tk, possibility of establishing kind of censorship board thai will pass on the books with whiqh our children study. There are a number of considerations involved here. Restricting th e sources of information must astic diet. Fact is thai too. much pah"ready exists on the menu. We have deleted from our curricula anything sufficiently challenging that might be construed as cause for p-ychological frustration. The '•whole" child and his •integrated' personality seem to be our educational goals these days. Subtract further from such a Wand array that which is allegedly politically "dangerous." and we will have achieved a complete state of ignorance. One of the amaaiag things about would-be censors is that they have so little faiUi in the individual and in our nation generally, if textbooks deleted "to an honest study of societies in conflict with our own can exetMs* enotifh influence on students to subvert them, when it is neither the clear nor hidden intention of the books to do so, then somewhere along the line we have erred in our educative process. This, of course, is circular reasoning, which brings us back to a strong case in point: that our schools no longer offer the kind of intellectual atmosphere conducive to the development of minds capable of grasping firmly the tola* significance of contemporary American democratic society. Arguing circularly again, on? might here add the simple suggestion that presenting the student with an unhampered view of the world in which he lives-can do no less than strengthen his assurance about surviving in jL It is thus the most dangerous kind of short-sightedness to believe that the textbook censorship process is a worthy one performed In the name of equally worthy goals. OVALlfK to* THE crwsors ou YOU FORGOT SOMETHING! Birthday for B'nai B'rith B'nai B'rith will be 116 years old on Oct 13. The strength and significance of this international Jewish fraternal order are legion. B'nai B'rith held its last world-wide conference in Jerusalem in a precedent-making gathering. One of the most exciting phenomena to come out of the Jerusalem meeting was the debate between then-outgoing president of B'nai B'rith Philip Klutznick and Prime Minister of Israel David Ben-Gurion. The results of the debate, which examined the role of diaspora Jewry, have since been discussed in detail in these columns and elsewhere by many leading figures. It is of significance on the occasion of the Choice Governed by Need The Suez Canal debate at the United Nations is not without its dilemmas for the State of Israel. A major one corresponds with the American delegation's-ginger handling of this explosive issue. Israel Foreign Minister Golda Meir rapidly brought to the UN her government's protest against the UAR blockade of Israeli shipping through the Sue Canal—this despite the fact that It was not officially included as a question on the agenda. By last week, Mrs. Meir was able to report that some 25 out of 40 member nations had already spoken up positively in behalf of Israel's position. Among them, of course, was France. French support of Israel's plea that Nasser's blockade violates a number of international treaties is, among other things, predicated on the understanding that Israel will, in turn, support France in the Algerian question. Tins m ioe crux of the Jewish State dilemma, Tor such amity may very well rrfean strained relations with countries like Ghana. Ghana is among the new Afro-Asian republics with which Israel has enjoyed vigorous ties since their emergence. To endanger these friendships in behalf of French support has been a difficult choice for Israel — but a choice she desperately makes today for the sake oi her national security. In a-strong sense, it parallels the U.S. position, for positive American statements in behali of Israel always affect negatively our relations with the Arab potentates. However mild was Secretary ofState Christian Herter's address before the UN with respect to this nation's position on freedom of navigation through Suez waters, it could not help but offend the Arabs. Thus, as Israel matures diplomatically, she begins to feel the squeeze involved in making political choices—choices that are not always, unfortunately, forged on the basis of right and that are, more often than not, governed by need. organization's 116th birthday to note that both the debate and the high station of its participants amply suggested the international importance in which B'nai B'rith is regarded. The many men's lodges and women's chapters throughout Greater Miami are a vital part of this world order. Through their varied programs, such as Hillel Foundation, Anti-Demation League and many others, they contribute to the totality of meaning that is B'nai B'rith's as the organization meets another milestone in its long and honorable history. I F WE ASSUME that the greatest danger to American democracy today is the military-economic challenge thrust upon it by Soviet Communismifhow can we reasonably suggest that ignorance of the challenge an* the challenger wiU lessen the danger? Yet. this is precisely the principle upon which the "do-gooders" up in Tallahassee and many of tleir shadows in Dade county" operate as they seek to revitalize the Textbook .Censorship Bill. The student, himself, and the future generation of which he will be a part, are mere segments of the larger problem. Feeding him on pabulum super-refined by self-appointed sociologists can do no less than cripple him in the extreme, thus creating an America ripe for conquest, by the very subverting forces we most fear. But the more central issue here is the censor. If Tallahassee zealots or their counterparts in Miami ultimately try to pass on the "safety" of educational materials used in the schools, it is clear that we shall be dealing with an infraction of personal liberties. This highly significant question apart, who are the censors, and what are their qualifications? The very nature of their zealousness must be held suspect at the outset; for it is a strange man indeed who. regardless of his motive, -steks with impunity to impose his intellectual frame of reference upon the will of another. Such a process is patently dangerous to the existence of demo. cratic society—frequently more dangerous than the alleged ill from which it purports to protect its citizens. Experience has shown that the truly cultivated individual, with a keen sense of respect for the freedom he enjoys, would shun the censor's role. > PKtVAUHl INCOMFfTENCf IM SCHOOL BOMBS %  m I T IS THE unoriented zealot, contrarily, who would delight in it. Schoql boards as a general rule are a harsh case in point here. They are most often composed of men and women eminently unqualified for the task before them. Frequently, they have little more relationship to education than exists in the fact that they are parents of youngsters attending the public schools. This, they proudly explain, is their fundamental reason for membership on the board-tbey want to assure the "wholesomeness" of the curriculum to which their children are exposed. They therefore also pass on the educative process in totality, we qualifications of teachers, and techniques of instruction Added to this astonishing array of ignorance and ineptitude are the politicians of tomorrow, who break into the public eye today by seeking electioneering and offke-hoMing experience in an "innocuous" job. Hire then are the principal elements of most school boards. Dade county's, with one major and perhaps one minor rxceptionjs a clear exatnfle.of jhese elements—of prevalent incompetence UP He education. Adding to such an ill-assorted body the power of censorship r*ui]l ( hcjh&'final stroke in the direction of assuring a dege_ erative school process. For what would parents not do in the nam assuring the •'wholeaomeness" of the curriculum to which their c dren arc exposed? With tittle more than a particle of the knowledge required of mem properly to fulfill their function as members of a school board '*T sins against education would they not commit to guarantee the con ued "protection" of the classroom from all the elements that maj challenge the "whole" and the "integrated" student—from the F' cal. economic and social realities of life with which he will s&oruj have to cope? < SUhAPPOINUD GUAHDIANS Of MOKAUTY IF CENSORSHIP AUTHORITY is not to be vested in the school!Ward. 1 but in an outside body instead, the dangers are compounded ^ the possibility of vigilante psychology's assuming a dominant ^ grows in staggering proportion. It is difficult to choose 1,( ''* e h ^ presumably "well-intentioned ignorance of the school board ana in cvitable fascist me.sianism of "citizen committees." -^ Perhaps there is no choice here. In either case, the "" process receives a stinging blow. In either case, society musl %  ^ soft-headed and ripe fcr conquest. For where fear exists of we ^ ten word, there the enlightenment has died that is so fundament democracy. ^ The game the boys up in Tallahassee are starting to P Ia *' he is especially significant in light of the recent furor surrounding publication of "Lady Chatterleys Lover." by D. H. La wr fnre ^ tainly. more irresponsible, uninformed observations have bee" ,, about this book and its author, both by public officials and trie ^ ending reserve of "prominent laymen" always ready with a """^ than the novel is worth. Many never even heard of Lawrence nor have they read anything by him other than the controversial in question. ^ Self appointed guardians of the people's "mo1 betrayed the questionable character of their own. morality." they For were tne r~ Continued en Paf 1*-A



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Page 6-A +Jewlst>ncrldrian Friday. October 9, Jewish War Veterans visit the new Mt. Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami, to discuss plans for an endowment of $50,000 to dedicate one of the hospital's wings. Attending were A. Melon Morris, senior vice commander; Mrs. Max Kern, president, Florida Department, Women's Auxiliary; Irvine Spears, commander. Post 677; Sophia Lee, Women's Auxiliary, Post 677; Harold Ralby, commander, Post 682; N. J. Levine, commander. Post 243; Ive Zavaloff, commander. Post 330; Ted Lingaton, commander. Post 681: .Mrs. Ted Lingaton, Women's Auxiliary, Post*681; and Mrs. Hy Morris. UTTER TO THE EDITOR Reader Corrects Statement Here EDITOR, Th Jewish Floridian: It has come to my attention that in your Sept. 18 issue there appeared an ad, and also a letter supposedly signed by me, which reads: "Since I accepted a position in Memphis, Tenn.. and am leaving town, I am no longer supervising the kashruth of the Miami kosher butcher stores. I urge my butcher friends to cooperate with the Orthodox Beth Din." I vehemently deny ever having made such a statement, or authorized the inserting of such an aa. The only statement made by me was: "Since I accepted a position in Memphis, Tenn., and am leaving town, I am no longer supervising the kasbruth of the Miami kosher butcher stores." If such misstatements will ever appear again above my signature, I will take legal action against the responsible parties. RABBI ARIE BECKER Memphis, Tenn. NEW YEAR GREETINGS MR. AMI MRS. LEO EISEXSTEIX 5925 N. BAY ROAD MIAMI BEACH MR. and MRS. NATHAN C0ULT0N and Son MYRON Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR Education Bureau Elects Delegates Election of delegates-at-large was announced Wednesday by M. A. Baskin, president of the Bureau of Jewish Education. The Bureau's board of directors includes representation from Jewish schools, teacher associations, Rabbinical Assn., sisterhoods, men's clubs, and congregations, as well as the following delegates at large: Executive board—Joseph Abelow, Albert Beer, Ann Berkowitz, Sue Berkowitz. Daniel Broad, Saul Genet, Ben Zion Ginsburg, Dr. Philip Gottlieb. Morris Honigbaum, William Kline, Mrs. Seymour B. Liebman, Oscar Mamber, A. J. Molasky, Al Sherman, Dr. Jess Spirer, Jack Toppell, Dr. I. Unterman, Mrs. Henry Wernick, Joel Zalis. Board ot directors—Edward Cohen. Leon Epstein, Mrs. Charles Feinberg, Irving Firtel. Mrs. Charles E. Gottlieb. Judge Harry Greenberg. Jay Kislak. Dr. A. Kitzen. Irving Katz, Dr. Zev Kogan. Max Kolker. M. J. Kooelowitz, Dr. Herman Meyer, Leo Mindlin, Nat Sidon, William Sussman, Raphael Yunes, Col. Nat Rood. 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Israel post office authorities disclosed that Morocco had-returned two sacks of mail addressed to Jtwt in Morocco with the explanation that as a member of the Arab League, Morocco was required to abide by all aspects of the League's policies, including its anti Israel activities. Israel considers tha action a flagrant violation of the postal convention to which both countries are signatories, the sources said, adding that the matter may also be raised in diplomatic actions and at the United Nations. Senior post office officials said that the normal monthly traffic between the two countries ranged from 20,000 to 30,0*0 pieces of mail in each direction. The return of the mail caused great anxiety among Moroccan Jews in Israel who were already alarmed by reports of recent arrests of Jews in Morocco and indications Of general anti-Jewish tendencies of Moroccan authorities. There are hardly any Moroccan Jews in Israel who do not have family members still in Morocco, many of whom wish to emigrate but cannot because of the attitude of the Moroccan government. Will Rogts Film Due Will Rogers will be starred %  in "David Harum" at the Miami Public Library on Oct. 15 at 8:30 p.m. The film is the fourth in a series of film classics, "Nostalgia." Admission is by free tickets, which will be given out at the main library Monday. Tickets may also be obtained at the branches if they are requested in advance. HOW YOU DIAL FR 3-4605 for Simon Will j Be Chairman George A. Simon w.r ^', the chairmanship of the Rei|i late Division of the raijm j Jewish Appeal in the foritieath campaign. Simon, a member of the bojrt of governors of the Greater H ami Jewish Federation, also „ \ on tthe board of the Florida As* of Realtors. He was recently lectea r lr < vice president for I960 of the Coart of Ethics committee of the Kiaaj I Hoard of Realtors. He currently serves as second vice president at the Miami Board Simon is also 11 director of the Greater Miami j Jewish Community Center. His wife, Charlotte, is preside*] of the Town Branch of the Greater] Miami Jewish Community Center, Display Selects Scheaffer Work E. J. Scheaffer & Associates I Advertising Agency is receiving international recognition for a brochure on the Tower of Goleea Isles, Hallandale, Fla. It came' from the world-famed GrapMl Press of Zurich, Switzerland, publishers of the annual International Year Book of Advertising An and other books of applied art Kim Taylor, Graphis assistant editor, wrote to the Scheaffer Agency saying that members of his firm had noted the Tower of Golden Isles brochure in the August issue of Art Direction, and that it had been selected for display in the exhibition. He stated that the purpose of the displays was to "raise the standards of graphic design." (Iff riNf I... 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Friday. October 9, 1959 *Je*isti florid inn Page 7-A Southern Leaders Told to Shun Fear Macaobees Temple Beth Sholom Young Adult Zionist District completes final plans for a "Bar Mltzvah" 13th annual Yom Kippur night dance Monday evening at the DiLido hotel. Left to right (standing) are Sam Soldinger, past president, and Harold Friedman, fund-raising chairman. Seated (left to right) are Sarah Gold and Harriet Goldstein. Also assisting are Stanley Karp, George Berkowitz, Selma Shenkman, Bertha Lieberman, Stella Riff, Marilyn Sanders, Arnold Square, Sidney Weinthal, Stanley Newmark, Lillian Boris, and Anne Fuchs. Herbert Bloom, youth director of Temple Beth Sholom, and Gil Rappaport, Southeast region director of. the Zionist Organization, are advisors. New Bom President Vows Sweep of 'Wretched Past' Special Report NEW ORLEANS—Southern leaders of the Anti Defamation League of B'nai B'rith have called for •throwing off immobilizing fee)**" and for the development of "intelligent efforts" to deal with problems of human relations and law and order in the South. They urged that such efforts, un' dertaken in common with Christian groups in the South, will in the long run "not only help in solving race problems but lead to im! provement in understanding between Christian and Jew in the South." The statement was made by the chairmen of six Southern ADL regional boards at tthe League's national exectuive committee meeting held here. They also said that fears among Jews arising from violence against synagogues, increased distribution of anti-Semitic literature and other activities of hatemongers "are not warranted." Those reporting included Samuel I. Rosenberg, of New Orleans, La.; Paul Seidermen, MiContinued from Paftje 1-A I Schultz that he "will see to it that [underlying thoughts are considered in forthcoming substantive discussions." West German educaj tors are now engaged in broad reevaluation of secondary school I curricula. The German president also said Seiemee Shrinks PILES NEW WAY Without Surgery HLAUNG SUBSTANCE KiUtVtS PAIN -SHRINKS HEMORRHOIDS For the first time science has found a new healing substance with the astoniahing ability to shrink hemorrhoids and to relieve pain —without •urgery. In case after case, while gently relieving the pain, actual reduction (shrinkage) took plaos. Most amazing ef all — result! ware so thorough that sufferers made astonishing statements like "Wles have ceased to be a problemI The secret is a new healing substance (Bio-Dyne*) — discovery of a world-famous research institute. This subatanoe Is now available In SUPPOSITORY or OINTMENT FORM under the name PREPARATION H. Ask for it at all drug counters — money baok guarantee. *(R) that he hoped to deepen the relationships of "mutual confidence" between himself and Jews throughout the world. He said that his predecessor, Dr. Theodore Heuss. had fostered such relations and called them "a precious trust bequeathed to me." "You and we should miss no opportunity;" Dr. Luebke said, "to strife for the time when nations shall accept it as a matter of course that persons of different creeds and various races can live together in harmonj." Befth, in reporting on his study ef West Germany, declared that "a critical conflict is now going on for the minde of the very young who know little ef the Hitler period." "The battle is being fought largely by a guilt-ridden older generation responsible for the Hitler debacle in conflict with a middle generation which is too young to have been deeply involved in Nazism, but old enough to have fought and been cruelly hurt by the war." 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Henry Edward Schultz, of New York, the League's national chairman, declared that increased antiSemitic activities have had little effect upon traditionally friendly attitudes towards Jews in the South. "Soutnerners are simply not buying the products offered by the I anti-Semitic hatemongers — northern and southern—who are trying to exploit the racial situation," he said. Schultz also reported that in the past year the League has enlarged its staff and increased expenditures for programming in the South in order to cope with the current situation. Benjamin R. Epstein, national director ef the League, predicted that exclusion ef Jews by college freternities "will virtually disappear as an official practice" within the next two years. Epstein said .that whatever is left by then will be practiced "furtively, secretively, and in defiance of determined efforts" by college authorities to eliminate "unhealthy social discrimination" from college campuses. 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Page 8-A tjewisti ttcrtdfiar Friday, October 9, 1953 Members of the American delegation departed from Idlewild Airport via KLM to participate in a four-day conference*"with West German leaders on future U.S.-German relations. Left to light are Irving M. Engel, honorary president, American Jewish Committee, and Gov. and Mrs. Robert D. -Meyner, of New Jersey. — Leaders Off to Germany For Foreign Affairs Study Special Report NEW YORK—Irving M. Engel, honorary president of the American Jewish Committee, is a member of a delegation of 24 leading Americans who this week participated in a four-day conference with West German leaders on future U.S.-German relations. The conference, held in Bad Godesberg, near Bonn, from Oct. 1 through 4, was related to the forthcoming new negotiations on Berlin resulting from the talks between President Eisenhower and Nikita Khrushchev. It has been organized by the American Council on Germany, an organization dedicated to the furtherance of understanding between the two countries, and the Atlantic Bridge, a German organization with similar aims. Engel departed from Idlewild with Gov. Robert D. Meyner, of Now Jersey, John J. McCloy, chairman of the Board of Chase Manhattan Bank and former High Commissioner of Germany, and Loo Chorno, executive director of tho Research Institute of America. One of the issues presumably taken up at the conference or in related meetings was the problem of education of German youth. Last summer, Dr. John Slawson, AJC executive vice president, and Zachariah Shuster, head of the MUGGE'S RESTAURANT FOR FINE FOOD COMPLETE DINNERS "THE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS ... AT REASONABLE PRICES" ALSO A LA CARTE MENU -,.w H | AMPLE FREE PARKING — AIR CONDITIONED 1818 N.W. 36th St. NE 5-4714 Arabs Offered Peace Any Time' Continued from Pae 1-A wish —and without any preconditions." Mr. Loue pointed-aw* Uut in this year's Assembly, "more than 20 countries from various continents" have supported Israel's insistence; on freedom of navigation through the Suez Canal. "Significantly," he stated, "not one single non-Arab country has come forward in suport of the claims of the United Arab Republic." Mr. Lourirrecalled that the cur-1 rent Israeli-Arab difficulties originated in Arab rejection of the UN ,ne Partition Plan in 1947. •Had the Arab states accepted that decision," he said, "both great Semitic peoples could have benefited." The Israeli concluded his speech by asserting: "Tho peoplo of I wool boor tho Arab people no grudge. Our tincerott dotiro it to llvo and lot livo — to work with tho many other* for a bottor and happier world. Our prpfowndott AJC's European office, .visited Germany and met with a number of West German government, educational and political leaders, and social scientists. Particular emphasis was placed on the importance of utilizing human relations principles and techniques in the development of new educational curricula, as well as on the issue of dealing more fully and effectively with Germany's recent past. Among other American delegate! to the Bad Godesberg conference were Former U. S. Secretary .of State Dean Acheson, Dr. James B. Conant, former U. S. Ambassador to Great Britain, Senators Kenneth F. Keating, Mike Monroney, Thomas J. Dodd and Stuart Symington, Congressmen Wayne Hayes and Alvin M. Bentley, Lt. Gen. James M. Gavin, former Chief oi Army Research and Weapons Development, Brooklyn College president Harry Gideonse, Henry Kissinger,, associate director of .trje : •flajvjsrd University Center for International Affairs. still lios in the principle, a equality and tho brotherhood Z man. Our hand remain, J stretched in peace to our ntjok bora.' It Is our hope that Z" timo will not be long *,,, "J whon it will bo grasped in „,,„ I for tho benefit of the region UJ all mankind." Dr. Fawzi, in his address hi asserted that the UAR was BfS up to all international comnfc ments regarding freedom of sfe. ping through the Suez Canil/J eluding the Constantinople Cos, vention of 1888 and United Nation declarations and resolutions, Iceland Monday added its voice to the more than 25 member state* supporting Israels case agaiut the United Arab Republic's blockade of the Suez Canal. Thor Then, chairman of the k-elandfcl tion, told the General At !" that his government hopes "w C M;] see the freedom of navigatm" through the Suez Canal resUMi* ed according to international InJ and the Suez Canal Convention at] 1888." 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Friday, October 9. 1959 *Je*istFk>ridri&n Page 9-A m From Sitting Bull's Lap to United Fund; Milton Cirkle's Contribution to Dade G. Cirkle, honored TuesBeach. He has a son, Tom Kruger; daughter, Mrs. Albert Pollak; and lour grandchildren, all of Miami Beach. Cirkle began hit carter at 15 years of age at secretary to Chicago's police chief, following hit graduation from business school. Six years later, he entered the furniture business, an activity in which he wasengaged for 25 years. During his last 15 years in the Windy City, he was a licensed realtor. Milton day by the Dade Business and Professional Women's Club as the year's outstanding community leader, was born in Chicago in the heyday of the Erie Canal, high •>tiff collars, flowing mustaches and sideburns. r. and Mrs. Paul Faske and daughter, Ronnie (right), in com[pany of Aaron Kanner, chairman of the Greater Miami drive, I choose their dedication facility in the new Mt. Sinai Hospital. liami Drive Lists lew Founder Greater Miami fund-raising camaign on behalf of Mt. Sinai Hoslital. headed by Aaron Kanner, ime to a rousing start this week ith a pledge of $50,000 by Paul faske, Miami -industrialist. A goal fJT$2,000,000 has been set or the final drive which will reach climax with the opening of the Mt. Sirfai Hospital on Dec. 6, be followed by the first comninity wide testimonial for Max rovitz, for ten years president of Sinai Hospital and a philanropic supporter of many other vie projects. Mr. and Mrs. Faske accomnied by their daughter, Ronnie, sited the new building, where ey were welcomed by Kanner. It. Sinai Founders are donors of ,000 or more. The new Founder •se the northern front wing of Be seventh floor for his dedicaion. f hree Officers Promoted David Stuzin, president of CitiFederal Savings and Loan |ssn. of Hialeah, Wednesday an Dunced the promotion of three EW officers. Promoted were KenR. Kinard to assistant vice resident and branch manager; lorton Trilling,, assistant vice resident and. chief savings offier; and W. Bentley Glass, assistvice president in charge of adErtising and public relations. Greeting Card Postage Miami Postmaster B. M. Dunlap issued a reminder Wednesday that the little greeting carV measuring less than 2% by finches, traditionally mailedduring' 1 the Hebrew High Holidays, now require 3V4c third-class postage when the cards are left un s e al e d Dunlap made the recommendation that these cards be sealed and sent as first-class mail wktth 4c postage affixed, to be assured of'the beat service possible. "As first-class mail," Dunlap stated, "these cards also enjoy the fcee-ceturn privilege, if they should fail of delivery." -^—f>— -j — He will be 80 years old on Nov. 12. Still spry and active, he appears about 25 years younger. Cirkle, whose life spans the administration of 14 presidents, Rutherford B. Hayes to Eisenhower, is proud of his year. He boasts of a speaking acquaintance with Annie Oakley, and of the time he sat on the lap of Indian Chief Sitting Bull. Tribute was paid to Cirkle by some 500 persons attending the 19th annual "Salute to Community Leaders" luncheon atop the Dupont Plaza hotel for his "unselfish contribution to the United Fund of Dade County and its predecessor organization, the Community Chest, over a nine-year period. During these years, he served as district director of Normandy Isle in the door-to-door phase of the campaign—a phase normally associated with women volunteers. Fund spokesmen said that Cirkle personally had raised over a $100,000 for health and welfare services. 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After a year with only golf to fill his Gordon to be Speaker Luncheon meeting of the Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith will be held Tuesday noon at the DiLido hotel. Jack Gordon, president of Washington Federal Savings jnd Loan Assn., will speak on "Religion in the Public Schools." HARRY C. SCHWEBKE & ASSOCIATES SURVEYORS & LAND PLANNERS "WE COVtt GREATER MIAMI" %  Vteionebl* let** Proatpf Service 4M1 N.W. 2m4 AVENUE PHONE PL 1-8577 ,.-J SEASON'S BEST WISHES TO ALL LITRE RIVER RECREATION j*'[ POOL SNOOKER WHERE ALL SPORTS MEET JIMMY ROBINSON i*| 351 N.E. 79th Street PL 4-5314 HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL FRIENDS AND PATRONS FOOD TOWN formerly DULANEYS Peacy Fruits Vegetables Freiee Fees* Prime Meats Fancy Groceries 411 W. 41st Street, Miami Beach PHONE JE 84)551 FREE DELIVERY TO ALL GREETINGS THE MIAMI INSURANCE AGENCY. INC. GENERAL INSURANCE H. H. WOODSMALL, .111. t, ot2 N.E. 124th St. North Miami Phono PL 4-0415 Greetings To All Alexander Orr & Associates. Inc. 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Page 10-A 9-Jenlstfkridtor Friday. Octobaj 'c o 3 T 1 u 5 u 6 a 7 E 8 N 9 L "R I . such charges trr IIMI%  rev. quls shows with unlv a f> fll many—of their Mtestant.* j_ S \LE will spoil a da BTMM a? e.ut.'r angler* Th.\ i-an't ; VI.S ebowtna up unexpectedly might spoil the day or iiiitht I'I.KI asTst who K.be g on such a trip. g—T ••• '•• SNAP (take a SNAP dog than a small bo] If I %  tell a v.. bo l..• do* -till, hell do It while you take his picture. A small to catch n leas. Prohal.lv there are just a* many *] %  ** as thel w rradltj !•: IOU SOAP them, fur a bath. in led i R" H'SEl i mttt r a lat • >oi> uoe but tut does them, not > %  iff fingers In Itself la enIK—If a comnetli I n end to. %  "11 .."n thintaiT but the,. ,7*_ -T lfJI thwart. malice which competing The ,,,-, „, !" W 'i* to wt ahe.oi too .raa who i, .|„, "Tg make* a nice team Her .ia •* 1* what count. Hut „L3 I -t. a taaor naa uh not an ALTO. Copyraght 15. Gen. r.il r>atirttj ADDRESS CITY PHONE STATE COINWORD PUZZLE NO. 14 WORTH $230 If there are no correct solutions to the previeus week's puule Otherwise price returns to beginning f 100 Jackpot. If you wish to subscribe to The Jewish Floridian check the square and your paper will start immediately. Subscription price is *S per year. %¡ Ho far 1 years Regular subscribers are eligible for larger prizes. See rulea. Rules for the COINWORD Contest 1.—Solve the puttie as you would any other crossword pan \,.,„ CLUES ACROSS end CLL'ES DOWN tell you how : plete words. Correct an*y.rs to this week's COIN1 u ',. sill %  ] In alphabetlral order. In the WON list nJaht. a sleepy working girl wont f ._ Anyone |. eliflble to enter the COINWORD contest except emritowJ look her best .-he may not I* HiH.„ Mf ,,.,.,,,1,-is t..r members of their families) of Th..I.,.h FVtwkaa OKI' at all—may n .t have had time ,. r wnsaB ,.,„ K,,. .,.*.. ,.r ii,—.toV 1.—A .-ontrsunt may submit as many entries as he wlches on the nfhx.i-1 DEADLINE THIS WEEK SUNDAY MIDNIGHT, OCT. 11 Cut along the dotted line, paste on a 3 cent postcard and mail to COINWORD Editor, The Jewish Floridian, P.O. Box t73. Miami 1, Fla. CLUES ACROSS 1—It's often complicated to assemble tots for a bill huilrhng project. 7—Part of to be. 8—Nothing. 10—A good doctor ia constantly new iues from the reports ot" medical research. 18—Some p*opl# are wonderfully swotrghtful in what is seeded in a grief-stricken household. 14-Thus. 18—That woman. IT— -A kid's picnic wouldn't be much fun w.thout a lot of this. 18—Baby s.turmay sometimes be warned not to do this. 21—Symbol. Tellurium. 23—This may be useful when a lonely woman wants to ingratiate herself with the neighborhood children. 24 —A beach outing brings a of cheer to children in a foundlinga' home 25—Belonging to. 2&-Fowl. 28—Its troublesome if the you counted on should give way in a crisis 29— Whan there are rumors of money hidden away by the deceased, relative* take the very seriously. 30—You'd probably have trouble with a washing machine that's overloaded with thm. CLUES DOWN 1—Ambition may keep a man too preocouQied to nofice what his %  egiecteW wife, about. 2—Raw mineral. 8—At target practice, the beginner is delighted if his first shot at the buHs-eye is a hit. 4—Inhabitants of Eire. 5—String mvers go to great trouble to the cord around a thoroughly tied up package. 6—Note of the scale. 9—A cross-country hitchhiker with a suitcase often has to it more than he intended. 11—Require. 12—Guinea: Abbr. 15—Unclose: Poet. 16—Some unexpected can lead to a tug of war between Morn and little Willie. 19— Resort town in S.C. 20—The owner of a gun that's better be prepared for trouble. 21—A broken one may cause a girl to stay home from a party. 23—A girl without much will hardly get far as a model. 27—Inside of. \. In A Sweat... BECAUSE YOUR AIR CONDITIONER BROKE DOWN) Wl 5-2722 For Fast Radio Dispatched Servico • LATEST MODERN FACTORY EQUIPMENT • HIGHLY SKILLED TECHNICIANS | — • LOW, LOW PRICES SHEIKA BROS. AIR CONDITIONER REPAIR DEPOT 2050 N.E. 153rd ST. iJSi. o7 ZJT2 -ESSE for an.Mhtruj but a spot of liuntlrk It—A buntlar may find himself rumins; to n HALT, wita an way out, • liens the wrons; door in flefitut. -r hfinals himself In an Inner HAM., or in a closet. It bring* him to a HAI,T. IS—Its a risk to RaflLAT money throtarh a third person you're not sure you can truer Whether you wish to RKf'AY a loan, or lurn over money for a purchase. It's b*aj to do It dlrwcUT unless you can trust the Intermediary. 2C—An add lot becomes desperate whan a detertlve BOOKS him on a aareotlca charter. His name ia raaistered in the police file, and he Is jailed with small chance of Benin* aay Whan e detective HOOKS (catenas)) him. It's less final; It's still possible to break away. JT—A shallow th.nkcr should not try to JCDGE the opinion of an exaert In his field. An amateur Is not ia a poiwtion to evaluate profeseloti.il theories. Thoiirh BUDOB (stir, or i • n..vri is sometimes used figuratively in the mental aense. It's ueuallr some ersi.n o "will not BlTXJaV or e..me thins:. EXPLANATIONS DOWN I—<""ommunat irovernments fr-^pr any rwUgtooa KK\'KHEXCbT thay reran! aw. and raajarl for the church is i onimanisrn's reat enemy In alia, king the chttr. h. however, their propacanda ne<-e>s.irlh must make aismf RBPKRBNCE to n. a saentlon o it. from time ta time. !—An EASTER present could be colorad ecus, if 3..m has ao time o stake little. Sue a sprint; drewa i".lored essa are an KASIKR present, of course, but there would be no point In auch a irtft except at KAKTHR —Many UiYAL, union member* stand by their leader who'* charged with itraft. Either ttiev don't believe the .harges. •* they are <.a•arned only with imsrovsd roadltions "* %  ,•>" brouaht a boot for them. This holds true whether they are UOCAB union members, or part of the national leadership (—A vigorous boy hates to have Bit; ttster PAW him. In a clumsy way. she tries to show affertloa. but that type of boy ia iirihaiiase.il by r? K* ^"V 1 "*' A PAT • up h %  "" the head, la a fleeting gesture that tna boy would object to rather than hate contestant may submit at many entries as he wishes on the i blank printed In this paper, but ns m<-e than one ex... • -v,. : hgnjj facsimile of the puule. No mechanically reproduced' (printed. minwmL etc .1 copies of the messace will be accepted, ualeaa Issued t this papwT 4.—To submit aa entry, the contestant should attach the ; INWie JewU ] *•—Begalar sutatcrthera to The Jewiah FlorsSlan who win sill rel( p r i se bonus. No entries ean be returned The correct answer of sack punk I p a waahed la The Jewish Floridian. %  n •^"L'A ^nnwctetl with the camp must **— %  r^i^o ."'?" %  ur wh • !• ull| i rrom a man's claims of big 71'K: J f "• *serate* his "big deals. Knowing he magnifies hi* sucees*. you d naturally UEIX.CT or subtract something from his claims hut more than that, you re tempted to conclude (DEDUCE) that th. whole build-up may be false ,4— HARPS are pretty hard to handle W h U, r fl "ers. Suppleness Is Pluck the strings HASPS etc.—need needed to —clasp* for doors, chests. WORD UST AIKEN ARE TARES CARPS CHIC CHIN i-'iNTinrot-s COKTINUOVfl DAVTI.K DAWDLE DAT ITDS OH HEN HINT HINT IV IRISH KIN KNACK T.; LOADKD LOANHD I '•: NEAR VEAT NEED NIL (r PEP PIN POP BsaY READINa REAPING RENIHXC SENSING sT E SNACK S<1 VK SlfNK SI'DS TE TOOTH TROTH IM'-IND IN WIND THEN 10 TEL AVIV This is Tel Aviv's Golden Jubilee Year, and a golden opportunity for £T to f. njoy flying l ita fine8t KLM will speed you non-stop across the Atlantic on a luxurious, fourengine DC-7C (Kosher foods available on all flighta). Then go direct to Tel Aviv. Or turn your trip into • grand tour with th* KLM stopover plan. Visit London. Paris. Brussels. 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October 9. 1959 +Jewish ncrldliain Page 11-A I jtnouncing campaign for $2,450,000 for the Cedars of Lebjn Hospital to begin on Nov. 14 are Dr. Morton M. Halpern l), president, and Dr. Morris H. Blau, chairman of the buildcommittee. Total cost of building will be $4,200,000, with istruction scheduled to begin in six to eight weeks. •gypt Keeps Wealth Confiscated Wake of Sinai Campaign LRIS — (JTA) — None of the n c '.i m e n repatriated! from .)! after the Sinai campaign of most of whom are Jews, have received "the bit of the assets" left behind, even when these is were not dissipated by frptian take-over managements, fas reported here. le report was made by the Suor Council of Frenchmen id-.;it its 13th session. The icil ijj a consultative group ill advises the French Governt on' problems affecting iichmon in overseas countries. Ide Ca> iionml. -secretary general j the .French Ministry for ForAffairs, presided. rhe report, which made it clear kt the return of Jews to Egypt i prohibited by the United Arab •public, said that they therewere unable to return to Egypt to moke arrangement* for their abandoned property. There are about 800 such French Jews. The Council was expected to make recommendations to ease these problems for consideration by the French Foreign Ministry "in the context of French-Egyptian relations," a spokesman for the Ministry said. France and the United Arab Republic last year reached an agreement on the disposition pf and indemnification for properties of Frenchmen who had to leave Egypt. It was also reported here Tuesday that the UAR has set Oct. 29 as the final date for filing of applications for desequeslratton of properties taken over by the Egyptian government after the Sinai campaign. ...A CHECK IS ALL YOU PAY and no other chargoi %tin you have a spedal checking account at Pan American Bonk I No charge for deposit*, no charge for statements, no minimum balance I CWk* Imprinted whh your name free. Discover the convenience and economy of a spedal checking account at Pan American Bonk nowl PAN AMI BAN* Ol Ml A SOTTAl OROUt aANK 150 S.I. First Street • PR 4-7311 See* rJorfeV. leroeat Skit, tank Feesral lessm ( Feewei toes* tascst. t.rssrettoe. Cedars of Lebanon Campaign Drive For $4,250,000 Here An all-cut campaign to obtain $2,450,000 in gifts for the Cedars of Lebanon Hospital is scheduled to begin on Nov. 14. This will provide funds with which To complete the entire six floors of the $4,200,000 facility, which will be erected on the site of the new Metropolitan Medical Center at NW 12th ave. and 14th st. Announcement of the forthcoming drive was made by hospital president Dr. Morton M. Halpern, at a meeting of the hospital's board of directors. Chairman of the building committ**. Dr. Morris H. Blau, also revealed that actual start of construction is planned before the end of the year. In making the announcement. Dr. Halpern revealed that a bond sale, which was begun 16 months ago. to obtain $750,000, has been entirely subscribed, and that an additional $1,000,000 in mortgage funds has been made available by a group of local banks. This leaves a balance of $2,450,000 required to complete the 282-bed facility. This sum will be sought in gifts from the campaign that will begin on Nov. 14. Organization of a large campaign committee is well underway, and the start of advance gifts solicitation is about to begin. "A distinguished campaign committee of more than 1,000 leading Miamians is virtually completed," Dr. Halpern stated. The campaign leadership is expected to -be -announced within a few days. Dr. Halpern also revealed that an advisory board of trustees of more than 60 prominent citizens is now being formed. "Though doctors' played a key role in hunching of this effort, as in all voluntary, non-profit community hospitals, the reins of this project must be assumed by the lay community," Dr. Halpern declared. • He also expressed the intention of the hospital to complete its building and become operational, without any further bond financing, which he declared "was a means which helped to carry through the early stages of this ambitious project." 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[October 9. 1959 +Jewlsi>Fk)rkilain Page 13-A Kippur Services Sunday Eve firmed from Page 3-A at 4 D m Si.rmnn ;. xr „. renders the musical por. Ra bbi Henry Okolica will offi. Cantor Lou!s Goldiarb renders the ciate at Friday evening services of the North Dad* J.wish Contor. 13630 W. Dixie Highway. Saturday services are at 8:30 *.m. Yom Kippur will be ushered in with Kol Nidre services Sunday at 5:30 p m Sermon will be "We Stand Before God." Stanley L. Cohen, NorthDade president, is scheduled to speak on An Annual Address." ; Eternity of the Jew." Monday serMonday services commence at 8 a.m. Yizkor memorial will be at 11 a.m. Cantor HttrittTn 1 -Marchbein-Marbiny renders, the musical nnrtirvnc nf tk n l;.._l£. M_M %  he liturgy, assisted by the rider the direction of Eli Kol Nidre will launch Kippur observance Suni p.m. Sermon Is "Sabbath paths." Yom Kippur servMonday commence at 8 er'mon will be "Afflicting Yizkor memorial folINcilah concludes the Yom iHoly Day at 4:45 p.m. ath of Repentance services [held at Bath Jacob Congre301-3,11 Washington ave., iy at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Tibor pill officiate at Yom Kippur to be launched with Kol pSinday at 5:45 p.m. Sermon the Love of Life." Monvices will be at 8 a.m. Serscheduled as "The House Yizkor memorial will loon. Cantor Maurice Mamf rcrf^ the musical portions jirgy Jfc ilah concludes the BflBP'Wfeervance at 4:45 ie B'nai Snolom, 16800 NW l\ c, will hold Friday serv8:ie->p.nf. Rabbi Sheldon witt officiate and preach topic "To Repent is to Win." Ben Grossberg renders the portions of the liturgy. Ih of Repentance services |Saturday .at 9:30 a.m. SerVill be "We Pause." Yom will be inhered in with (es Sunday at 6 p.m. Sermon Kiuled as -nVho is the King Monday services are at Rabbi Edwards will discuss | None'Who-Believe Shall be lii.md NfiiaJx concludes the IKippur observance, with a In r,n VJhe Inding is Really ginning." : lftOlr- s.enlces-are at 8:45 a.m. (idre will usher in the Yom w^onjfnce "Sunday at 5:30 ScrnVdH'wffl'W "The MeanKol N'idro fri the 20Jh CenC'antor Fred Bernstein ren-' memonal will be at H a.m. Ser-1 the musical portions of the mon is Lest w For 80t.rMorris |y. Yom Kippur services | Brooks, Nathan •LossmaB and the, choir under the direction of Mrs. Nat Lurie will render. 8je.musical ma^tcW porlfbW'bf'imriMIPfyV Friday evening services at the Hebrew Academy, 918 6th St., will be at 5:45 p.m. Saturday services are at 8:45 a.m. Rabbi Alexander Gross will speak on "How Difficult is Penitence?" Kol Nidre will launch the Yom Kippur observance Sunday at 6 p.m. Sermon is "The vices are at 7:45 a.m. Yizkor memorial will be at 10 a.m. Sermon is "Short Cuts to Judaism." Rabbi Abraham I. Twersky chants the portions of the liturgy. Neilah con-1 services. eludes the Yom Kippur observance I c rm ..„ at 5 p.m. Rabbi Okolica will \sS^L VjStt SEES preach on "The Dead Shall Rise EL^Air" h ld Frlday serv Again." Temple Emano-EI, 1701 Washington ave., will hold Friday evening services at 6:15 p.m. Saturday services are at 9 a.m. Sabbath of Repentance sern*tjy Rabbi Irving Lehrman will be on the "Weekly Portion!* ~Tantor Israel Reich renders the musical portions of the liturgy. Bar Mitzvah of Stanley, son of Mr? and Mrs. Ernest J. Bernstein, nd Scott, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert S. Young. Kol Nidre will laun* the Yom Kippur observance Sunday evening, 7 p.m., at Miami Beach Auditorium. Services continue at the auditorium Monday jt 9 a.m. Yizkor memorial is at 11 a.m. Rabbi Lehrman will preach and chanT the Neilah prayer. Rabbi Solomon"ScTiltf^wni officiate at Friday evening tetvices of Beth El Congregation, 500 SW 17th ave., at 5:45 p.m. Saturday services are at 8:30 aun. Yom Kippur will be ushered in af servfces Sunday at 5:45 p.m. Sermoaf is "The Call to Our Souls." Majjday services commence at 7:30^a.m. Sermon will be "Remembrance—Prerequisite for Atonement/' Yizkor nTemoriiB is at M!30 a.-rn.' Southwest Jewish Center, 6438 SW 8th st., will hold Kol Nidre services Sunday at 5:30 p,m. Sermon is "Our VOws." Moadey services commence at 8 a.m. Yizkor ices at 8:15 p.m. Sermon is "Inquiry and Iniquity." Sabbath of Repentance services will include the Bar Mitzvah of Allan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis LeWinters. j Rabbi Samuel April officiates at' this 9 a.m. service. Kol Nidre will launch the Yom Kippur observance Sunday, 5:15 p.m., at Dade County Auditorium. Cantor Jacob Israel Neuman will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Sermon is "The Light of Life." Monday services commence at 8 a.m. Sermon will be followed by Yizkor memorial at 11 a.m. Rabbi Jonah Caplan will officiate at Yom Kippur services of A d a t h Yeshurun Congregation Sunday, 5:30 p.m., at Carpenters Hall, 625 NE 131st St. Services continue Monday at 8 a.m. In appreciation for the support of the Israel Bond program given by Beth El Congregation during the 1958 High Holidayappeals, William Bornstein (center). Builders' chairman of the Greater Miami Israel Bond committee, presents an Israel-made ritual spicetox to Rabbi Solomon Schiff (left) and Philip Berkowizt (right), president of the congregation. Rosh Hashona Worshippers Hit $103,000 Mark in Bond Sales for 23 Percent Boost Appeals for Israel Bonds were conducted at Beth El, Monticcllo Park. Tifereth Jacob, North Dade Jewish Canter, Dade Heights Jewish Center, Southwest Jewish Center, Kneseth Israel and Torah Temple. Rosh Hashona worshippers at eight Greater Miami congregations purchased $103,000 in IsraeJ Bonds in response to appeals by nationally-noted speakers, it was reported Wednesday by Dr. Irving Lehrman and Joseph Cohen, Israel Bond High Holidays chairmen. Dr. Lehrman and Cohen announced that the Rosh Hashona purchases this year represented an increase of 23 percent over purchases at the same congregations last year. lay are af #ajA. Yizkor mewill b J4 11:45 a.m. Ser"A new Year—A New Life." Ih concludes Yom Kippur at 5 juith the sounding of the ShonpWfleth SHelom, 4144 Chase portions of the*l*rtirgyv4t JJie Yom Kippur observance*. Cantor EmanueT Manaei will officiate at Friday-Aty^iAg -aty vices of Dade Height* JiwHh Congregation, 18169 NW 2nd ave. at 8:15 ...ill r;,ij r -J — I : i "•# IOITO iir ^na ave., at o:io %  ,, c S ay services at I P.m. Oneg Shabbat hosts are Mrs. Saturday services are | Emanuel Brown: fct£4to. Sal de |:45 a.m. Bar Mitzvah of Roger %  -on of Mr. and Mrs. Robert It-rritt, 4485 Adams ave. Yom ur will be launched with Kol services Sunday at 7 p~.m. ft Leon Kronish will officiate preach on "For the Sin of SiMonday services are at [a.m. Yizkor memorial will be EDWIN SOLOMON PHUN'S HEBREW: BOOK STORE Caro. Saturday servicef'are at 9' — a.m. Yom Kippur yill $aMewached Rabbi Herman M. Contjfcffioiates HOIH6 KOSldeilTS with Cantor MandejHHen/jKippur services Monday are*3r8*W -a.m. Yizkor memorial will be at 11 a.m. • Beth Israel Congregation, 4000 Prairie ave., will hold Friday evening, services at 5:45 p.m. SaturSlate Service Residents of Douglas Gardens, 1 Jewish Home for the Aged, are ;.services at o:w p.m. e urbusy planning their annual Kol, day morning services are at 8:45. Nidre and Yom Kippur services to a.m. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman will • be held in the Home's Max Land officiate at Kol Nidre services t Synagogue. Sunday at 5:45 p.m. Moirfayser*.; Kj services wil ,„! % %  TH^TJL !" J& WU1 conducted entirely by residents. The Torah-Pnesthood. | Cantors T orah readers, and resiAt the Israelite Center, 3175 SW. dents have been meeting with the 25th st. Rabbi Morton Malavsky Home's mashgiach and group work will officiate at 6 p.m. sfrvtcesisupervisor to put the final touches: Friday. Sabbath of Repentance \ on their presentatioas. services are Saturday at 9 a.m.] •, Sermon will be "Return O Israel." Iiami Beech J Koi Nidre i auncnes the Yom Kip Solomon Heads Appeal Group Edwin Solomon, first vice president, was Wednesday named chairman of the advanced gifts committee of Zamora Jewish Center. | Sidney H. Palmer, president, said the committee will function with particular* reference to the Yom Kippur appeal. Named as advanced gifts com-1 mittee members were Aaron Budnick, second vice president; Nathan DavidOw. third vice president; and Harry Green and Ephraim Collins, members of the. Tamora board. Cocktail party Thursday, 8 p.m., at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Davidow, 647 Palermo, Coral Gables, was to be the site of a planning session for the appeal. "Funds ^^*o\tf""tMs year more than* | ypr tri^ finanpo the completion 'o*5W!Hy!furnished Zamora facilities," Solomon said | Wednesdays stressing the need for support of thq Yom Kippur appeal. Rabbi B, Leon Hurwitz will offi-1 ciate at the Yom Kippur service, with Cantor Meyer Gisser rendering the musical portions of the! liturgy. Cantor Rudolph Brill will 1 assist. Appeals at 22 other Greater Miami congregations mrm yet to be made on Yom Kippur. In addition, several large congregations are planning to hold dinners on behalf of Israel Bonds, in lieu of appeals during High Holiday services. These include Temple Emanu* El, Temple Beth Sholom, Betn David Congregation, Temple Jiidea, and Temple Beth Am. Speaking on behalf of Israel Bonds at Rosh Hashona services were James G. McDonald, first U. S. Ambassador to Israel; Yaacov Morris, Consul of Israel in New York; Julius Schatz, nationally-noted community leader, who is director of the Community Service Bureau of the American Jewish Congress; and Judah A. Richards, business and public relations executive of New York. Rosh Hashona speakers stressed Israel's urgent need for bond dollars for the construction of housing units for thousands of immigrants who are still living in tents and tin huts. They pointed out that each housing units is constructed at a cost of $3,000. • 19U| Largest and Old.it Hebrew |"Pply House Ih Greater Miami W0MS4U mi RtTAii nplete Line of HebreSw Supplier I'or Syn 0 ogu, Hebrew and Sunday School* '' LI GIFT* and NOVELTIES < Washitaia A„. Mil Jtftersoe 1-9017 j pur observance Sunday at 5:30 ^"'^'^•'•'•' %  %  %  %  '•'^ %  wwwwwrii p.m. Sermon is "Our Vows." MonFAMILY COUNSELORS • • for The VISTA Jewish Memorial Gardens. Interviews now being accepted by Rabbi Shapiro, Tuesday •ind Wednesday (Oct. 13 and 14) between 10 A.M. to 12 jNoon atexecutive offices. 11 Flamingo Plaza, (East Ninth .f— and £ast Tent h Avenue), Hialeah. A rewarding and s.ilitfying career with unlimited future. I THE \IST-\ >1 Flamingo Plata, Hialeah, Fla. Phone: TU 7-2661 Eighty-three-year-old Rev. Lazarus Lchrer is the principal Cantor.' Hyman Haiman, 82. is Torah reader. They will be assisted by Harry Sokoloff. Individual English readings will be given during the service by Mrs. Minnie Berliner, Mrs. Sarah Co$sik, Mrs. Minnie Gray, Mrs. Sophia Reiser, and Mr. Harry Rudolph. Miami Hebrew Book Store 1585 WASHINGTON AVE. Miami Beach — JE 8-3840 Hebrew Religioue Suppliaa for •ynagoguca, Schools A. Private Use ISRAELI 4 DOMESTIC GIFTS Rabbi Dr. Tibor H. Stem 311 Washington Ave.. M. B Phones: JE 1-1969 — JE 14150 IvJOUST BROS RVf ^ ii th< otsr' IN MEMORY OF HYMAN ISRAEL POLLACK A HARPY NEW nAll ISRAELI RELIGIOUS STORE 411 HESffFW SVPPUIS fOK SXHAGOGUtS JEWISH HOMES BIG SELECTION EZROGIM 1357 WASHINGTON AVE. JE 1-7722 A Vtry Happy New Year to All DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION 18160 N.W. 2nd Avenue, North Miami CANTOR EMANUEL MANDEL MURRAY RABEN Congregation President MRS. BEN SHAPIRO Sisterhood President



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Pag* 14-A Fri lay. Octal*, With Bookv. By WlttY M1NDUN Contrast In Books On Jewish History And Tradition THE BIRTHDAY OF THI Nnr^Y T'* PUftLIS**Mu MOWS* of Farrar. Straus and Cudahy anjiUpal forth an oimiiafti book. perfect for Roaa Hiraana giving. Froot m -h P>W "shm" on taw front thrsagh its sixty pages of lovely prating and C ha ga ll 1111(1 the hall mask of Out book is beauty. Written by Maahe Davis aad Vicar Rataer. i: ft based oa a series of m by the National Pliaaanf Pummitui of the J kapeai Seaaaaarr af Aasoneo. The book was conc eiv e d s o ax w hat mystically, perhaps, arson d the nuaaber eight. There are eight sections, each one corresponding to a major bobdav Hashena to Rash Hashooa with the six beiwet_ there were seen days of creauoe. the day ia which we lire ts tht Eighth Day of Creation. The authors allow laiiagfti a ripple out iron the philosophical center of each hotatay. aad in their quiet war. they have many fine things to say. The seeooa on Yon Kippur. for example, considers "The saa am have committed m lowering oar pareats and teachers." It says, however, not the ordinary things, but this: "We have to learn how to remain children to oar parents after we ourselves have become fathers and mothers" r, after all the books aad lectures, one of the elearaad most beautiful ways of patting it I have Again, in the pages en Purim. they say: "It Is %  prejudice to deny those who are closest to us their right to be different"—not a new ihoaght. certainly, but newly put. with its emphasis on prejudice. addition The book looks simple, but u mere collection of aphorisms, but integrated well conceived'and beaubfudy "presented7" • • ACROSS THE THRESHOLD. A fends H, H ama-akae. fty Shorn, ft. Lam ., SyHi.?,. 2St pp. New York: Ferrer. $*.*, snTcvalJ The book, written for the woman who wiauuJ Jewish hooaehold. eoueets in one volume nan basic te ebn aa n an of hsaiiiniiin for the ol il>. The sections on the holidays aad eu good, with many uscfnl tips and suggestion. half of the book, which include* chapters! Fun" and Making the Moat of Your %  mini a dead was. bat I'm prejudiced-I don-M ••—— •— %  • — *— nvma a oeao mas, oui i m prejuaieed-I dan Rash Marc Chagall $ soft-eyed animals and stubby hmbed telling me how to live. Others, perhaps, do. ten, people, their heads perpetually askew and their faces The hook has for me > tr.^,..^.' ,-,-,— their heads perpetually askew and their faces blurry and sensitive under the mystical skies, are a happy OH the tecer. By NATHAN 11PHH What's Behind the Return to Religion? A RECENT — u a j by the 1'naoa ^ of American Hebrew Congse gataans. under the aegis of Rabbi Jerome K Davidson, discloses an pattern af thiaking Reform Jewish teen-agers. One would hare thn light that the aft of that segment of Jean held rnm a lwel y different attitudes >c Jewish ecob kaas than one mreht find the young in other orientations of Judaism But. accordir.i to this cnhiaauirfs undemanding of Rabb: Davidson s findings, no such disparity exists. The basic concern of Reform teen-agers is Jewish survival. I/nuke their kin of two or three decades ago they have a more positive approach to Jewish living and the Jewish milieu m which they are mov.ng. Because they are possessed by an enhanced feeling of security as Jews, they are stror.. against intermarriage and fearless of inter-faith daung. The young people in the Reform fold have neither fear of anu-Semiusm nor of being identifed as Jews in their community and other climates af activity Reflecting their new sense of security was their reply to the question of wrer-faith dating and as corollary problem—intermarriage On the issue of dating outside the faith, some 78 percent said thev had no objection u> gang out alone on a date with avJ*o. lateresuagty enough, the margin against intermarriage was as high as for interbank dating— another inuactaou of the new sense of directeaan. Most of the yinmgiiiij snad they mere opposed to mtermamage because they wanted to remain OftftTSftfts Wewsiwffcr: ty EUAftU SAlftTtl Jews and to lead Jewish lives when they grew up. This response, in this corner's opinion, reflects in this specific sampling more the impact of education and outside social forces than purely home influences. The time when Jews were loiiaftuiul of a marginal faith ia the communities of the I'aited States is long past aad the Jewish youngsters of today who cavort the streets and halls of learning are no longer burdened by the weight of constant conscinamcrs of distinctiveness. They are of America. of an America with multiple fauhs. diverse traditions and muhi-hued cultures. Perhaps the most interesting facet of the study is disclosure that the God-concept of a heavy percentage of these Reform Jewish youths is the antithesis af the views bead by their parents, rabbis and teachers. These young people bebeve in a personal God who rewards, punishes and iipmili to individual prayer This would seem to indicate that the young folk of Reform persuasion are either baffled by the God-concept of their elders or else are groping for a new theology, one in which the concept af a personal God would be reconciled with basseReform theology. Cynics may laugh at such an eventuality, but ft*" 1 raT observation of the young in the Reform aoeeaeat it would appear that the traditional Reform concept of God is beyond warmth to the normal voamg worshipper. One sack yoang man. a brilliant student, recently told this writer that he saw no tency between belief in a personal God and religious practice. He saad he to bebsf in that kmd of S^L^SJ*^-* 1 **•of hiaaam-tsand Z£** !" ?J*_ "" fa aaotanee. even the most %  %  *%  %  -W" u severed from the source. The book has. for me. one tremendjasi that is its tone, which is patronizing, can] occasionally gives the impression that it the simple minded. "DO prepare for the ing up the Hanukkah lamp" gush the viiit friends during services. Don't ce. the synagogue Show the proper respect" book is intended for the uninformed, it con


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f, October 9. 1959 :Jcn1st fhrkUnn Page 15-A My&w LEGAL NOTICE BY HENRY IIONARD "Every Yom Kippur the Rabbi always preaches about our greed and selfishness. Why doesn't he stick to religion?" Ce*r. 1M. Leonard T r llikln LEGAL NOTICE E COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IND FOR OAOE COUNTY, IFLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 47451-C Estate of |CIS sclll-NKbiR 'CeSSed. gOTICE TO CREDITORS Creditors aid Ail Persons Havr alrru or Demands Against Said are hereby notified and re10 present any clalnia and deli which you may have against state of !>>l'I8 ST'HI'.NKKR delate of Dade County, Florida, County Judges of Dade County, the same In their offices in punty Courthouse In Dade Couni.rida, within eight calendar hs from the date of the first ballon hereof, or the same wit] iJTed. IK.I.PH 8CHENKER Executor ihe Batata of I*iis Schenker. S, RELMAN KAPLAN F'ifty Building J.W. 1st Street ll. Florida 9.1R-2&. 10/9-9 [NOTICE BY PUBLICATION |HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THK rENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF >RIOA IN AND FOR DADE (COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. SBC MM >THY CHRISTIAN, lalntMf, • vs. JZO CHRISTIAN, efendant. 8UIT FOR DIVORCe lAI/iNZO CHRISTIAN, IJ '. fendant IS" Hovt Street IN'ewark, New Jersey in. AUiNZO CHRI8TIAN. are T>y notified that a Bill of Com(t for Divorce haa been filed list you, and you are. required to t copy of your Answer or (illng to the BUI of Complaint on %  iniiff'a, At'ornev. BXTM'N A p'i. 902 Alnsley Building, Miami %  'i-nda and file the original An•' I'leading In the office of the of the Circuit Court on or belie '.Mth dny of October. 1*. I' [l ill to lo so, judgment by default lie taken against you for the demanded in the Bill of ComII ll notice shall be published onM week for four consecutive weeka PITPKWISII FloRIDIAN. I'M: AND ORDERED at Miami. 'la, tills 14th day of September, E II I.EATH'-T'MAN. Cerk Ircult Court, Dade Countv, Florida By: K. M I.YMAN, Deputy Clerk. .MAN & DCHIQ Alnsley Bids. %  I 32, Florida ounsel for Plaintiff 9/la-JV 10/2-9 /HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EVENTH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT OF •LORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, _, No. 59C 9274 | ,x "t I.. HTKB'ICH, llalntlff, BF.PH LCCEWICH. I'.fendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION "ii. J08BPH LCCEWICH. Corner 'MI I,,ck Avenue and Brace Avenue* J'li Amhov, New Jersey, are rel-eil to file your answer to the P'liliilnt of divorce with the Clerk |the above Court and serve a OOpy reof upon Herman Cohen, Attorf 130S Cnnr~ !?'•• %  Ml-ire' f> 'I %  >. on or before November 1, %  '• IT else i on |'l. I 1 Will lie I confessed. Dated September 29, i: F!. I.EATHEHMAN. Clerk. cult Coun. Dude County, Florida By: JOAN SNEEDEN. Depi 10/I-9-M-2S LEVIN A CO. BROKERS | Inventions Patents Processes &f • 714 Sevaels %  •IMIitfl Miami 32. Florida Ttleehon. Ft 44114 LEGAL NQTICE IN T*HE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 41463 IN UK: Estate of i>_*t ISABELLA BROOKS Deceased. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is hereby given that .we have filed our Final Report and Petition for Distribution and Final Discharge aa Executors of the estate of ISABELLA BROOKS, deceased: and that on the 20th day of October, 1959, will apply to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County. Florida, for approval of said Final Report and for distribution and final discharge aa such Executors of the estate of the above-named decedent. This l">th day of September, 1959. WILLIAM E. BROOKS ETHEL I. RODGER MYERS, HUMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys Eleven Flftv Rldg. 1150 8.W. 1st St. Miami, Florida 9/18-85.10/2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of JOYS LAUNDROMAT at 3038 Coral Way Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. 3058 CORAL WAY, INC. ALVIN S. CAWN Attorney for Applicant 1 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach 10/2-9-16-23 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, NO. 59C 9230 MARION EVELYN GAUTIER, Plaintiff, va. ALC1DES OAITIER. Defendant. 6UIT FOR D'VORCE TO: ALCIDEK GACTIER 1090 Southern Boulevard Bronx. New York You ALdDES (1ACTIER are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy Of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on Ihe plaintiff's Attorney, HAHOI D B, 8PABT, ESQ.. I"7 Lincoln ltd., Miami Bench. Florida, and 'lie ihe original Answer or Pleading In the of/ice of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or liefore the 6th day of November. 1969. If you fall to do so. Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint This notice sha'l be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In TUP. JEWISH I-T.ORIDIAN. PONE AND OIU>F;RF:D at Miami. il'.iilii. this 29th day of September. 'E.R LEAT11KI1MAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, Dude Count.*. Florida (seal) By: JOAN SNEEDEN. Depot)' Clerk. HAROLD B SPA FT _, 407 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach Fla. 10/.-9-U-2* IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 47503-C IN RE: Estate of JACOB EE1NBERQ, 1 ).T>'ilSfll. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Sam are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you may have ***ln*i the estate of JACOB FEINBKga Belate of Dade County, BtorMa, to Hi,County Judges of Dada County. and file the same In their offices In Courthouse In Dade Counwlthln eight calendar month, from the date of the first ,,!.,„ hereof, or the same will fa b rr 1 MINN IK rTEIHBl strata, HIM MAN KAPLAN Hy Attorney Kenneth M Myers B.W, rtrol Street Miami 35, Florida ,0/1-9-16-2* NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 59C 9241 BETTY MAYA. Plaintiff. rjABTON MAYA. %  *> 1 i.-fendnnt. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: i: ASTI IN MAYA WH Beverly Woods sir i | L.s Angeles 14, California You QASTciN MAYA ar. hercl.\ notified thai t inn of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to asrv* %  copy Of your Answer or i'lending to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, GOLDMAN GOLDSTEIN 2303 West Hauler Street, Miami. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clark of the Circuit Court on or hefere the 3rd day of November, 10.".:.. If you fall to do so, judgment by default will be taken against you-for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FLORID1AN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 29th day of September, AD. 19S9. E. B. LBATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida (seal) By: K. M. LYMAN'. Deputy Clerk. GOLDMAN A GOLDSTEIN 2303 West Flagler Street Miami, Florida NFJ 5-0618 Attorneys for Plaintiff 10/2-9-18-23 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADS. COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 69C 8831 MARILYN HELEN JACKSON, Plaintiff, |; vs. EVERT LEE JACKSON, JR., l*Kti!' If you fail to do so. Judgment by default will be taken against you for Ihe relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND OKDF.KKD at Miami. Florida, this 23rd day ot September. A "R'B. I.EATHEHMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court. Lade O.iiiitv. FMorlda (seall By: R. H. rUC*. JR. Deputy Clerk. MARSHALL H. ADER, Esq. 128 Uncoln Road Miami Beach 39. Fla. (JE }jJ) NE. Plaintiff, .IKANNE JJC DONE. 1 "efendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: JEANNE LF: DONE I lefendant fi.v, Sutter Avenue Brooklyn. New York YOU ARE HERKIIY NOTIFIED that a Complaint for Divorce has been filed against yon. and you are hereby required to serve a copy of your answer on the Plaintiffs Attorney, ANGELO A. ALI, 1103 Alnsley Building. Miami 32, Florida, and file the original answer in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 9th day of November. 1959, or the allegations will be taken as confessed against you. DATF3D at Miami. IHide County. Florida, this 30th day of September, I9S9. E. B. LBATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida (seal) By: K. M. LYMAN, Deputy Clerk. 10/2-9-16-23 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 59C-8019F (Cannon, J.) LOUIS LRVINE. Plaintiff, vs. SOPHIF: U:\INE. Defendant. _____ AMENDED ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: Sophie Levlne |M Van Cortlandt Park South Bronx (8. N.Y. You are hereby notified that a Complaint For Divorce has been filed agaisst you. and you are hereby required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Complaint F'or Divorce on plaintiff's attorneys and file the original Anewer1n the office of the (Merk of the Circuit Court on or before the 2nd dav of Noveuilici. 1959;. otherwise, the allegations of said Complaint For Divorce will be taken as confessed against you. I this 2nd day of October. 1959. VN, Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County. FMorlda By: K. H RICB, JR.. uty Clerk. TAL1ANOFF WALLER Attorneys for Plaintiff 120 Lincoln I Miami Beach. Fla. ,.„.,.„.„ NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. S9C8662 GWENDOLYN WARD. Plaintiff, vs. ROBERT JOHN WARD. Defendant. 8UIT FOR DIVORCE TO: ROBERT JOHN WARD c/o Mnnllus B" Manlius. New York You. ROBERT H.HN WARD, are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce h;is been filed sgafnst you. and you are required t' serve a copy (hi your Aagwer oi Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney, SOL ALEXANDER, One Lincoln Road Building. Miami Beach, Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 19th day of October, 1959. If you fail to ludgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND 0RDF:RF:D st Miami. Florida this 11th day of September, A.D. II E. B. LBATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County. FMorlda (seal) By: P.. H. RICE. JR. • Deputy (Merk. 9/18-SS. 10/2-9 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! vJewisti FtcriJia/n solicits your regal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Mai FR 3-44S#5 for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MAINTENANCE PRODUCTS CO. at 296 North West 127th Street. North Miami Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. FRED J. COCCAONA. Sole Owner CLYDE E. FOSTER. JR. Attorney for Fred J. Cocoogna 9/25. 10/2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OrVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of AMS.SCO (JIFTS AND ACCESSORIES at 3432 SW 22nd St., Miami Intends to register said name with the Cleric of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ANNA BUCHBEROER. Sole Owner SAMI'KL KONKPSKY Attornev L'L'lo SW 16th St. 9/2.1, 10/2-9-16 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 59C 8943 SADIE If. COHEN a/k/a MARION LITT, Plaintiff. HARRY V. COIIEN. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: HARRY L. COHEN ADDRESS L'SKXOwM You HARRY L. COHEN are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a cqjiy of your Answer or IMeadlng to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attornev, LEImWI T7. AND P.F3LT.ER. 706 First Street. Miami Beach. Florida and file the original Ans#er or Pleading in the oflce of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before ihe 2th day of Oc tobe r, i59. If you fall to do so, judgment by default will be laken against vou for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 21st day of September. AD. 1959. E. B LBATHERMAN. Clerk. Clicult Court. Dade County. Florida tseal) Bv: K. ftf LYMAN. I>eputy Clerk. I.EBOWITZ BELLER 706 First St., Miami Beach, Fla. JE K-0774 Attorneys for Plaintiff 9/2G. 10/2-9-11 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. SIC 8602 ROSE PI.OTNICK. Plaintiff, HARRY PI.OTNICK. NOT.CE'BY PUBLICATION TO: HARRY PLoTNIt'K 7961 Durooher Street Montreal Quebec. Cannrta You are herein notified that a Bill of Complaint for PH-nYce has been filed against you and you are hereby required io serve a copy of your to the Bill of Complaint on Plaintiffs attornev. SAMI'EI, Rl'BlN, 420 I-nroln Road. Miami Beach. Florid, i and file the original Answer in the Ofrlce of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 26th day of 1959, otnenrtse the alienations of said Bill willbe taken as confessed bv you? Dated this 22nd day of September, I'..-I Fl B. LBATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade Coiiatjr, Florida leal) By: R. H RICH. JR.. 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Pag* 16-A *-JenistfkrkMarJ r T. OehJ Ben-Gurion in New Year Pep Talk to Parliament JERUSALEM— Germany for p ? v,t ',. trl ^ nection with the Jewish New Year The Pr.me Minister emphasised that, io the warW 1 of Toda*. "a not prtssiNe to sohre historic proNnn; by mifitary In his interview, given to the daily newspaper •Haareu." the Premier went into great lengths to clarify his ataiuBe toward West Germany. Mr. Ben-Gunon hsted two assumptiiaj: 1. The acts of the Nans should not he forgiven or forgotten: the entire German paja> pie is rrifiannTile because what done tnader the Nazis was not by a single p e rn — hot the accord of the people of Gernuny: 1 The sins of the Nans — even those .Asked how the same generation conM he both responsible and not responsible for what was done by the Nans. Mr Ben-Canon said: The younger generation is different. Moraliy Nazism is not ruiinc Germany and. in my opinion %  net rule 1 do not hate the Or mar. youngster because his father Past A>ked about Israel's sale of arms to Germany, he said: 'I am proud of it because I regard it as a revenge against the Naav.* 1 After further discussion of thi* point, he stated 1 Itht that what are often called irrational considerations are the true considers lions. My irrational consideration was to sell arms. First of all. I consider this a revenge against — that Jewish arms are supplied to the Germany army," Dscussing Israel's political situation. Mr. Ben-Gurion said he would net express Israel's policy either the way it has baen expressed by Gen. Mos.Se Dayan or by the former Ambassador to the United States. Aibe Eban. "We must understand the balance of world forces," he stared, jnc must assume that we have swrncwnt deterrent force ino, if fi p hl i ng is inevitable, enough no: be visited upon the Ger%  mans, for that is the race theory.' The Premier asserted has cocvicHe asserted that be woi: • shauai win the German peoples' ashamed "af that race theory were fnendshap, just as it is trying to te safe** us," TO the friend! than of other people J k i !" rep*y to a qawstmn. he stared Mr. BXvGvrron denied that j that he is agaanat Iaraeh* stndymg the present Germany was the Germany and is f^ against the same as me ao m ra t iwi of Hituse of German liayirr in Israeli' ler. ~l think.he said, 'that xrhools. However, he said, he faEast Germany s people are awrtared Saving German tounbecawse Israei. declaring "in any eyes, the, attacks agamal Arab states prior __ ,_ n—.. _J. a. saw — %  — M %  S" 1 1 campaign of 1956. e**ey far uermaa people is ante nay other reptmg the Kibyah attack. He denied that Israel s attack against 's peeps* rs cogs wt o the reready tv .> %  : Germany lor pater*S>ri* :-. Lake Tiberias spoiled fc> raeJ's chances for getting arms 'from the United States. The Prmier sserted his conviction that Nasser does not want peace "since he only talks pence j fully to foreigners not seriously: ^ggri in the peace effort, bat refuses to talk peace in speaking to persons engaged in 3 serious effort Coming to in'e~ul Israeli problems. Ber.-Gunoc said the ethnic absorption of immigrants may take take two £, Derations. He claimed that the religious political parties, in Israel axe actually alien to Judaism and are the result of a Catholic environment from which many As'Jcenac leaders immigrated to Israel. He praised the Oriental. Orthodox Jews who. he said, can be the most pious but still greatly o.erant. However, he added, the •lme has not yet come for fundamental decisions on religious mat%  .nerefore compromise is needed. cent of the \ •. ia ^ %  lions to th. Kre-ajt,' Unmeet, only one adopted by the he electoral $yi American type ^ Then, he ss;d. (Jn be dispersed for „ under that system. OXYGEN Wl Met SW.fj] •JOMWh piraan f 25* A DAY I sys1 The Premier defended reprisal wKat was dene. But West Gerpeople He said he would Arrest Jews in Syria JERUSALEM—,'T A—Arab newspapers reaching here this week from Jordan report arrests of Je> is Sraa and Lebanon The reports state am* %  >>r-.i death a t at t acts had been reoat s ted by the > pro wcatM for eight Jews charged with allegedly attempting to cross the border ante Lebanon "eareaue to 1ST, The Jordanian press aim reports that, m Lebanon, police u n c o v ere d "the largest and moot da np t r w aj spy nag working for Israel" A Jew:>>. iwyac Amen Levy, allegedly headed the rang. His closest coUab• crater is reported to have bees saik Khmii i. a Chnstiaa Moslem jnarBoth are among 'Jar arrested rested la Lebanon are charted with "eoUecuag nuhtary as well as with fceipaag Jews to escape from Lebanon They are asm accused nf beang assisted by Jewish financiers in as : ammi nan .am %  | mmmmmd Discussing Israel's social tem, the Premier asserted: personally am extremely posed to private awn a i s hip, day more Shan in the past, the central issue today is the gathering of the exiles, the ing p of the country, and I ana willing to utilize the leve of money H I can help build up the country in this way." Mr Bes-Gnnon declared that. S r *' > *raa ami.mm, bawdy carryaa onJ mf tmTLhEm?* Has, Bronchitis Cam. |_ Of Drawaiat, tggl m h elati m, m. run omul Call JE 2-1555 LIFE-AIR fil HI 350 Lineal. W Suits 310 Beach, Fbribj Ftff DEUVBT IHE WEEK... 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BL.S p J & 0(/c ovnan s miorU At the United Fund international fashion show luncheon, Mrs. Sidney Mank was delighted to have her mother, Mrs. I. H. Abbott, win an orchid Mother-in-law of her daughter, Mrs. David Mank, was happy about it, too Mrs. Samuel Gertman also won an orchid, while Mrs. Ted Pritikin expressed her glee Mrs. Sol [Mrs. Norman Tatar, and Mrs. Emery Kemeny seated at the f table in gay conversation Mrs. Irving Quartin, Mrs. Hamerschlag and Mrs. Larry Priedland making another fing trio ... [rs. Aaron Farr, liaison between Federation of Jewish WornOrganizations and United Fund, elated at the luncheon showMrs. Arnold Perlstein, Mrs. Frank Delford, Mrs. Louise |r and Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg engrossed in the brand new skirt styles Mrs. Jeanne Rothschild, Mrs. Jacob Fein[Mrs. Samuel Kling, Mrs. Jean Lehman and Mrs. Louis Glasliscussing calories, with Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes and Mrs. Lefkowitz casually listening in Irs. Alexander Robbins seated across from Mrs. William tt comparing National Council of Jewish Women notes with [Sidney Lewis and Mrs. Charles Jacobson Mrs. Raymond in a delightful new fall outfit. iupsls at a reception honoring James G. McDonald, first U.S. issador to the State of Israel, last Saturday evening at the of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gilbert, 12670 NE Miami pi.. No. ii. included Mayor Ed Vischi of No. Miami and Mrs. .Vischi, fcnd Mrs. Frank Goodman, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lipof, Mr. and Ben Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Tobin Messinger U-o. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Rossman, Dr. and Mrs. Abraham ller, Dr. and Mrs. Martin Trop, and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ich Ambassador McDonald was in Miami to speak on (ill of the Israel Bond High Holidays campaign |Mr. and Mrs. Al (Beatrice) Kurzban, of 4430 NW 1st ave., are from New Orleans, La., where they accompanied son, Stan[to Tulane University Stan, an honor graduate of Miami or High School, is attending Tulane on a national merit scholar. Al is a past vice president of Temple Tifereth Jacob, with Bea on the board of directors of Sisterhood The Irv Blasbergs, 5915 La Gorce dr., entertained the Hershey nsteins at Tony Sweet's Hershey is a well-known Chicago istrialist ... Irv and wife Lil leave for a ten-day trip Oct. 25 to btreal and New York ... In Montreal, Irv, who is head of [erside Memorial Chapels, will attend a funeral directors' conItion On the Anniversary Front: Oct. 12 marks the 55th wedding iversary of Louis and Eva Buch, of 849 Venetian Way Since i date happens to fall on Yom Kippur this year, the Buches will curate a week later M lfrCha*e hMH 'in St. Louis, where they be fetetfoy theTr"chiltlreh; thVMWael Goldbergs and the MilBuches, of Quincy, 111. Incidentally, Milton and Florence observe their 15th wedding anniversary on the same occasion, ce they too were married on Oct. 12 The Buches will return |Miami in mid-November. *m %  Post card from Paris: Esther and Carl Weinkle wishing their ends "A Happy New Year" Rabbi Abraham Krulfeld re|perating at the Bikur Cholim Kosher Convalescent Home ... All dressed up and taking bows at the Miami chapter of Hakssah meeting: Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz (Roz) and Mrs. Philip Schiff liriam) They'd just received national awards for new mem^rship increase At Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood tea, Georgiana Serbin in stunning checked shirtmaker Ruth Lowe in k yellow and |h:te sweater dress Dolores Courshon engrossed in the Trixie evin skit—especially Vicki Friedman's dancing Also taking ws: Jill Arkin, Libby Wagner, Judy Gerard and Isabelle Grove the piano, injured finger and all Molly Jacobs saying hello to (other Camille Baum Janet Richards and Ruth Russ in tete|tete Sydelle Rubin in a dress with huge sleeves. That steady stream of people, flowers and things at 51 No. Ihore dr. Mrs. Louis (Goldie) Cohen, president of Temple Ner [amid Sisterhood, recovering from surgery, with so many friends lowing that they've really been thinking of her Study in color Dntrasts: Mr. and Mrs. Tobias Simon — she stunning in black 'ith white hat — coming down the stairs as Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Silverman — Lee in beige — going up to wish Goldie a speedy Convalescence Look Ma, no hands ... no sink ... no kitchen From June antil Labor Day, Mrs. Jack (Naomi) Chernan has had no kitchen, vhat with new cabinets being installed From the length of Jime it took, either they were beine made of precious woods, or husband Jack had a do-it-yourself kit. .*•*! JUt •* The band played the Anvil Chorus, and Mrs. Sidney Weintraub, I president of the Museum board,, held the first golden stake that was driven into the site of dedication of Miami's own Museum of [Science and Natural History Mr. and Mrs. Jean C. Lehman and Mrs. Samuel Gertman seen congratulating Sid on the important role Mrs. W. played in making Dedication Day a reality Mt. Sinai Women's Auxiliary meeting Friday was so crowded that there weren't enough seats to go around Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes, chairman of the coming "Blessed Event" luncheon, bubbling about her impending trip to Europe Front row, Mrs. Carrie Zinner and Miss Edna Heller, listening attentively to president Mrs. Philip Lefkowitz Mrs. Pearl Hyams in a crisp skirt and blouse seated next to Mrs. Arthur Burrell in bright blue Incidentally, Mrs. Isaac Levin missed the meeting Small wonder, since daughter Dorothy Serotta just presented husband Maurice with a new son Mrs. Harold Turk and Mrs. Leon Kaye standing because of 'he lack of chairs Mrs. Milton Sirkin sharing her seat with Mrs. James Ruby Cute Mrs. Erwin Hoffman offering to do likewise. More on Anniversaries: Edward and Esther Elkin marked 'heir 40th anniversary at a surprise party for them on the occasion f the last meeting of the Bikur Cholim Kosher Convalescent Home Continued en Pafl* 7-B T eJewish Floridian Miami, Florida, Friday, October 9, 1959 Section B All aboard for a hip to Paris and Israel. Mrs. Sol Cohen (center), daughter of Mrs. Max Weitz, chairman of the Women's Division for Israel Bonds, helps pass out workers kits for the French-Israel Festival of Fashions, to be held Oct. 22 at the Fontainebleau hotel. Receiving the kits (from left) are Mrs. Louis GoldIlka Chase Due For Fashion Show Mrs. Paul Pollak, chairman of the French-Israel Festival of Fashions, to take place Oct. 22 at the Fontainebleau hotel, this week announced that noted star of stage, screen and television. Ilka Chase, will come to Miami to serve as fashion commentator of the show. Mrs. Pollak pointed out that "the extraordinary element in Ilka Chase's career is its wide variety. It would be hard to find another woman in this country today who does so successfully so many things." She is a writer and actress, lecturer, and a television personality of the first rank. On television, her quick wit makes Miss Chase a greatly sought after guest on panel shows, and she has starred in her own television programs. Her first love is the theatre, and she has appeared in some twenty Broadway productions, of which "The Women" was probably the most notable. She has also played widely in summer stock, and her range from comedienne to dramatic actress has opened up to her many of TV's best dramatic programs. Miss Chase has published seven books: "Past Imperfect," "In Bed We Cry," "I Love Miss Tilly Bean," "Free Admission," "New York 22," "Always in Vogue," and her latest novel, "The Island Playman, Mrs. David Sernaker, Mrs. Bernard Supworth and Mrs. Betty Feuer, officers of the Women's Division. Kits include material for eligibility for a free flight to Paris and Israel to be awarded at the Fashion Festival to an Israel Bond seller or purchaser. Brandeis Women To be Televised Molly Turner will interview members of the Greater Miami chapter of. the Brandeis Women's Committee on Friday, Oct 16, 10 a.iri., aver en. to. The panel will consist of Mrs. Solomon Margolis and Mrs. Robert Grossman, vice presidents; Mrs. Sidney Scharwtz, immediate past president; and Mrs. Harold Turk, founder president of the Greater Miami chapter. The local chapter contributes to the support of the Brandeis University Library. ILK A CHASE ers." She ha* also written extensively for newspapers and virtually all of the national magazines. She also publishes a weekly syndicated column with a circulation of nearly seven million. In private life. Miss Chase is the wife of a New York physician, Dr. MortftO Brown. Though not normally one to refrain from comment on a subject for the paltry reason that she is unfamiliar with it, Miss Chase maintains respectful silence on the topic of medicine. "I made some suggestions to my hustajad oce," she says, "but he just looked at me. I have never tried it again." Mrs. Meyers Will Chair AJC Fete Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers has been named chairman of Congress Month by Rabbi Yaakov G. Rosenberg, president of the South Florida Council of the American Jewish Congress. Congress Month, which will be observed in November, is marked annually as a membership enrollment month. Additionally, community events are scheduled by American Jewish Congress to explain its program. Mrs. Meyers is a national vice president of the American Jewish Congress, and was a close friend of Louise and Stephen Wise, founders of Congress. In her capacity as a member of the Dade County Schoel Board, Mrs. Meyers has been active in the fight to implement the desegregation decision of the Supreme Court. She was the only person in the State attending the meeting of the School Board Assn. in Tampa last year, who voiced public opposition to the parent-option plan proposed by the State Attorney General's office. First event scheduled during Congress Month is a paid-up membership tea to be held at the Eden Roc hotel Nov. 12. According to Mrs. David Mushat,' president of the Florida Women's Division, 300 women are expected at the tea. Other events scheduled during the month will include a Congress Sabbath and a public meeting. Women See New Mt. Sinai Building More than 300 ladies this week attended the first Open House in the new Mt. Sinai Hospital Auditorium under the auspices of the Women's Auxiliary, Mrs. Philip Lefkowitz. president. The visitors attended a presentation by medical chiefs and the Nursing Department before touring the building. Samuel Gertner, executive director, welcomed the women before introducing Max Orovitz, president of the hospital, who is now serving his tenth consecutive term of office. Mrs. Carmen Ross, director of nursing and nursing education, spoke about the new facilities for patient care and the mechanical devices which will facilitate the nurses' work. Dr. Alvin Block, senior resident, described the im, portance of residents and interns to the hospital, while Dr. Jerome Benson, chief pathologist, stressed the increasing importance of medical reseasch for diagnosis and cure of illness. Dr. Jack Widrich, director of the X-Ray Department, also spoke, describing a new X-ray research unit which makes Mt. Sinai one of tnree hospitals in the nation to have this costly equipment. Dr. Philip Samet, director of the Cardio-Pulmonary Laboratory, also spoke. Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes, chairman of the "Blessed Event" luncheon, to take place Oct. 30 at the Fontainebleau hotel in honor of Mrs. Leonard A. Wien. chairman of the Women's Division, announced that nationaUv-famous comedian Joey Bishop will appear.



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Page 2-B Mmtfsft ncrkiton Frida y. OctoUi Women's Date Book Available Po you havsjArc \zJmm you havi sal appoint* en's organu our FJWO percalendar? Wes and Council" Joining hands to begin the new Senior Citizens Group of the North County YMHA Branch are (left to right) Sidney Manic, president of the North County "Y;" Charles Plotkin. director, department of service to senior citixens; Mrs! Fred Bro wne, chairman of the planning committee: and Mr. and Mrs. Louis August, members of the newly-formed group. For men and women 55 years of age and older, the group is now meeting on Tuesdays, 8 p.m., at the North County "Y," 14036 NE 6th ave. latest souvenir desk-calendar sent by the Federation of Jewish Women's Organizations to their leaders. It's the latest idea in date controls for women only." said Mrs. Jean C. Lehman. FJWO president "Since our fust mailing last week, we've alreajsftiad requests which may call for a second printing," she said. The free desk-calendar covers the period from Oct. 12 to Nov. 2? and provides ample space to enter appointments, meeting dates and notes for future reference. The combination memo-card and date calendar is delicately colored in pink and magenta, Also listed are upcoming events of importance sponsored by FJWO. starting with an executive committee meeting Oct. 15 and! endin? with the FJWO bus tour for all community service chairmen on Nov. 20. Marriage Coun^i "What\ Wrong .uJ Husband...., y*j Samuel G. KlimVfe Jbrarr '*,' ns ami Council* Around n 1 %  turned %  **< %  ££ und Ls £ Kling, columnist o[ Flondian. is a prac counselor who has book* a, :,. u nW S&" lhe Marr^ Tre Marnae Reader"' Being !1.,.-,,. .p op ^ Encyclopedia" an d % %  Rights." He has also column and a radio shot] riage counsel,ng. Pioneer Women In Varied Program Seminar will be held by the Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women on Tuesday. Oct. 20. at the Algiers hotel. Mrs. Milton Green, president, said the function will begin at 10:30 a.m. Recently returned delegates to the national convention of Pioneer Women in Cleveland. O.. will report. Mrs. Miriam Meyer and Mrs. Isaac Pushkin are co-chairmen of the seminar program, due to conclude at 2.30 p.m. • • • Mrs. Joseph Krantz. president of Pioneer Women Club I. has an nounced a meeting for Thursday. Oct. 8. jt Miami Beach rederal Savings and Loan Assn. on Washington ave. and 8th st. The meet ing was to begin at 2 p.m. • • • Kadimah chapter was to hold a regular meeting Thursday, 8:15 p.m.. at Beth El Congregation, according to Mrs. Marvin Copenhagen, president. Scheduled was a French-Israel fashion show film, with Council president Mrs. Milton Green speaking on "Coming to Pioneer Women from a Zionist Home." • • • Mrs. Shirley Queen, president of Golda Meir Club, has announced here that officers will be installed Tuesday evening in ceremonies at Beth El Congregation. Mrs. Isaac' Pushkin, cultural chairman, will be installing officer. In addition to Mrs. Queen, offi eers include the Mesdaroes' Jack Victor. Esther Braun and Alfred Pace, vice presidents: Abraham Seltier. Meyer Kahn. Anna Sorin I Bild and Anna Quaker, secretaries; Sarah Shapoff, treasurer; I Lewis Victorhouse. dues. Mesdames Oscar Zeltzer. Moetzet Hapoalot; Jack Victor, membership; Marion Meyer, child rescue; Isaac Pushkin, culture; Anna Sorin Bild. publicity Hostesses will be the Mesdames Sam Osipoff, Isidor Gerstein. and Bessie Epstein Mrs. Sarah Shapoff. recently returned from a trip to Israel, will; be speaker. • • • Pioneer Women Club II will meet Monday noon, Oct. 19 at the! DiLido hotel. Mrs. Ida Jacobs is president. Gurion Branch Meet Wednesday Ben Gurion Branch of Farband will meet Wednesday evening at Beth El Congregation. Irving M. Sachs, president, said Rabbi David Herson, spiritual leader of Beth. Emeth Congregation, will beg s Vsl speaker. Discussion of current events will be led by Manuel Burstein. cultural chairman of Ben Gurion Branch. Social hour following is under the arrangements of Mrs. Sam Kopkind and Mrs. Abraham Fraidlin. PTA Board Hi Meet Wedi When the board of musi the Dade County Coundfj ent-Teacher Assns. meets taT nesday, punch will be tth* the engraved silver bo|i was awarded to Council ] prize in the Miami Henli' of the Year" contest in tat i wide service division for lag a Civil Defense wars** Mrs. Louis BandeL Civil Defense chairman baj and Mrs. Henry Fox. past president of CouonV serve the guests. Board of managers is ess] of local PTA presidents out Dade county, area ors. Councils executive and standing committee chats] on the Council. They will Wl the Miami Woman's Club. R]| Bayshore dr.. from 10 j.n. 12 noon. Mr. Ralph R MarkhnxTi state director of the Unjej SL Government for Savings Bonit talk to the leaders about tat I Savings Stamps program. 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Cash, president of Holsum. a new baking process, called soft twisting. %  % the secret of the new bread's flavor softness and longer-lasting In-h ncss." In t the soft-twisting process, two piece* of enriched dough are shaped into long. soft, delicate rolls. Then the two rolls of dough are gen'ly twisted around each other. This twisting action seals the texture cells of the dough and prevents air from passing through and dry.ng out the bread. 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October 9, 1959 %  *o ting part in the fifth United Jewish Appeal Women's DivisSuivey group to study welfare and refugee resettlement irams of UJA-supported agencies in Europe and Israel, Meyer Eggnatz visits the ORT VocationaWkihool in Tel liv. Vocational training helps immigrant chiMferfl^ become eful citizens of the State of Israel. Through .a.widespread ^olarship scheme, supported with UJA money, thousands of migrants, especially from Oriental communities, have been ibled to attend trade schools. \rs. Eggnatz Returns rom Tour of Israel |rs. Meyer Eggnatz, 900 S. re dr., Miami Beach, returned Israel Monday in the comof 24 other American women, journeyed through Europe the Middle East. Asa part of United Jewish Appeal survey^ ision, she investigated at first the condition of needy Jews seas and the various ongoing grams to relieve and rehabilithem. 25 women, leaders of fundsing campaigns on behalf of the .ionwide UJA in 20 American ies, left New York recently via ere a throng of officials and I wishers greeted them, led by pir principal hosts, Ezekiel SaIsrael Ambassador to Austria; eodore Feder, director in Ausof the Joint Distribution ComIttee program; and Shlomo Shalt, Austrian representative of the iwish Agency for Israel. JDC Id the Jewish Agency are concnt agencies of the UJA. FULL OR PART-TIME SALESMEN OR WOMEN lawish Publication Only one of it* lind. Endorsed by Orthodox, Re form, and Conservative t abb is. Dignified Work High Eaminos. Call eves. HI 8-9961 Austria holds a key position today in the world-wide Jewish welfare program, the women were told, because of its proximity to the Iron Curtain countries. More immigrants and refugees have passed through Austria on their way to new homes than through any other free-world State—150,000 since 1945— and were assisted by JDC. Those bound for Israel are processed by the Jewish Agency and those bound elsewhere by United Hias Service. Mrs. Eggnatz has been active in welfare work since moving to Miami Beach from Baltimore, Md., in 1951. One of her major community interests has been Mt. Sinai Hospital, where she Is president of the Women*S^Au*iUary, a member of the board of ijirectors. andj chairman of the School of Practical Nursing. She is a member also of the boards of the Jewish Greater Miami Federation, American Jewish Committee, Temple "Beth Sholem Sisterhood, and the Welfare Planning Council. In Baltimore the ws a leader in ihe activities of the B'nai B'rith Women, and for two years was chairman of the Women's Division of the local fund drive on behalf of UJA. This year she holds the same post in Miami. Jewish fhrkHar ) First Prize Grows As Festival Nears The Israel Bond worker or purchaser who is awarded first prize at the Festival of Fashiorm-at the Fontainebleau hotel on Oct. 22 will win not only a round-trip to Paris, but an additional round-trip from Paris to Israel, it was announced Wednesday by Mrs. Paul Pollak, chairman of the Festival of Fashions. Award of the free trip to Paris and back via Air France had been previously announced. The addw tional leg of the journey from Paris to Israel and return will be via El AJ airlines, Mrs. Pollak said. In addition, she announced that, in response to popular demand, eligibility for the free flight award will be made available not only to Israel Bond workers who sell three Israel Bonds, but to all who purchase an Israel Bond for admission to the Festival of Fashions. As a result, she pointed out, all who sell three or more Israel Bonds or who purchase an Israel Bond in connection with the Festival of Fashions will be enabled to participate in the other prizes to be awarded. These will include, in addition to the first prize of a free trip to Paris and Israel and return, a second prize to consist of an individually-created garment of Israel material to be designed for the winner by the noted Miami fashion designer, Dorothea; third prize, Israeli material in sufficient quantity for a dress. Other prizes will include a weekend at the Thunderbird motel, fur pieces by noted Miami Beach furrier Mr. Herman, French perfume from Saks Fifth Avenue, unusual items of jewelry, and a number of "name" garments. Page 3-B Nancy Beth Wins In Photo Contest Nancy Beth Lash was chosen "Miss Personality of 1959" in a Colonel Inn motel photo contest, j with-mow--than 200 children-participating. Nancy Beth is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Lash, 5761 SW 64th pi., Miami, who stayed at the Colonial Inn on a three-week vacation with her family. Nancy Beth, who is two years old, has two sisters, Eileen, 16, and Barbara, 10. Swim Party Scheduled Tifcreth Israel Sisterhood will hold a swim party and "Mad Hatter's" luncheon on Oct. 15, starting at 10 a.m., at the home of Mrs. Pearl Berke, 143 NW 47th ter. 1 MAMCY UTH IASH Emanu-El 'Break-fas? Temple Emanu-El congregation will gather at the Fontainebleau hotel immediately after Yom Kipprlr services Monday to join in a "break-fast.'' .. RDINE'S Shop Mondays and Fridays 'tM 9 c#?GENEROSITY KEEP WALTER J. "MACK" McLELLAN ON THE HIALEAH CITY COUNCIL "PROVEN LEADERSHIP" M Safety for Our School Children Appointment of a City Beautificatien Board Stoppe d up Beoutifieotion Program -k Continued Cooperation with Metro -* Positive Elimination of Spot Zoning -* Appointment of a Zoning Director •* Further Industrial Development VOTE FOR MACK PULL LEVER 15-A Pd. Pol. Adr. TTlount Sinai (Hospital of (greater llliami Wet****/ I, fQ S | Tui. tiut •j3^4r y k after dale, lite undersigned jointly and severally prom.se to pay to tne order of *W fflaVVnT^ HdpifJ ffiAjJJJttgJ <$a,000,ooofk~ ^-^-—" (Dollars (Due l&LU*k>^ 3/. 19 5~7 "fa*. ^rntiW^ RECEIVED TO DATE BALANCE $ 90.750 $1,909,250 WE INVITE YOU to join the Honor generous people who are participating Roll of this in those pledg e e e MOUNT SINAI HOSPITAL DEVELOPMENT FUND of Mount Sinai Hotpilal el Greater Miami, Inc. 924 Lincoln Road, Miami loach, Florida e o NAM*. Home AddressFirm Nome _City_ .Firm Address. o *V In consideration of and to induce the subscriptions of others, I (We) promise e to pay to Mount Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami, Inc., or order the sum of *><" I $ Payable herewith: Balance In equai annual installments commencing on. .of 195. Signature. .(SEAL) Date.



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Paoe *-B >Jmts9>thriMan ]ew*& Fnn itmm E iti mm w YOIB MARRIAGE COUNSELOR ly Smmmmi Cj. sJ\.lis 14: on* VATIOXALLT FAMOUS atumr.r Ai/THoamr. LECTVXM AVD AuTnoa If you are uthit d i wa rtt d or forward to a second marriage, you company. In fact, ii is estimated that there are h u e ata four and six milhda men and %  o a who have had their marriages Terminated ia a di v e r t court So popular has divorce become as a way out of one's Marital dtfucntoes. that it's a safe pradiruoa an average life spaa win divorce Some will have L experience fear and even five times As tar the widowed, there are nearly two Bullion under 55. In 1356 alone, there were 150.000 widoma and widowers audu 35. Siace the male animal is considerably weaker than his female counterpart *t should come aa ao shock that there are roughly three times as many Budoas *t wi daa n a n; the exact figures, a* aayaae wants to know, are 7.707.000 widows as compared with ZJ3S.0O0 widowers. Unhappily for the second marriage prospects of widows, weasec are moan more apt at remain ia this maaiufal state than are men. A woman whose husband has died can expect to remain a widow /or about 16 years. This is the aataaaal average A man whose wife has passed away can expect to remam a wsdo ee i for serea and a half Tears, before he either re-weds or himself djes As I hate said, the basic reason why wtdaacs so far outaanaber widowers w that the latter saccumb far more readily to the liis and ailments to which the fleet is heir. Standards Nat ImpossibW The maJe. especially as he gets on in age. is definitely the weaker sex He is more prone to illness, more subject to accidents, and. of course, is much more likely to get himself killed in war. Specific diseases such as stomach ulcers and coronarv disorders are relatively rare among women, but "~i common and deadly among the inferior male. And their standards All they want is a they will settle for none ef areat impossibly high, either maa they can respect, who will provide seme emotional security and compeatemmap. and who will be able to at least support themselves if not their wives. These women without men are bitter and hurt They are lonely and unhappy And they are deprived of sex All this adds up to a gloomy, forbidding picture—a picture which foreshadows increasing anxiety and neuroses, alcoholism, sex adventuring, tranwaitiarn sleeping pills. p>\chiatnsts and marriage counselors. I wish 1 bad a neat, pat solution to offer to a breathless pubbc Unfortunately. I dont. Where there is a sharp and almost predetermined differential in the longevity rate between the male and the female, there isn't too much anyone can do. An Unlikely Utopia But this doesn't mean the situation is quite hopeless, either. One obvious answer is far wives to take much better care of their ""i-f limlmuih than they now do. I have the uneasy feeling that many wives hasten their husbands' early and aatimeJy demise. They do so by nagging. They do so by being too demandmg And they do so by being overly aggressive and belligerent by carrymg a perpetual cam oa thennot so soft shoulders Young Pianist WIM Perform Thirteen yearetd Janice Feel, who has been nwiurmg awards hi, piano since the age .of eight, jaewV [be presented in recital on Saturday evening. Oct. 17. at the Miami' Women's dam. The young artist, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Max P. Feat 1655 SW 19th ter.. played her first recital to an overflow audience at tbe Miami Conservator} in May. 1858 Her musical accomplishments aar include a gold certificate award for three consecutive superiur ratings in the National Federation at Music Clubs Festivals aad a concert appearance ipnaaaieJ ay the Miami Music Club as a result of its 1958 Young Artists' Auditions. The Oct. 17 program will feature the Beethoven Wakasteia *jaaaU ia three moveaaaafe. athrtwoi by Chopin, aad the Laszt Coocerto No. 1 in E flat, in which she wall be accompanied by her teacher. Cyrus Llhan, of Ft Lauderdale. mtamWsJup Sfcjf Saw] Mesnbenhip dut Secret Megjllaa.*_ ?1 ed by SisUracoa a tsi Cemer en WeammT Carmen of the^bjj W** *>" aaTfc, f* The grim result—for men as well as for women -at Ttb advancing age the supply of available males rends to fall off rather sharplv There are amply not enough males to go around, or meet the of women who yearn for a sec_nt mean, of course, that widows aad •urorceesdoB*t remarry A good many do. Ia the hotel where I live, for instance, romance w receatly •tossomed forth, wch several marriages already having taken place Wi da w s u Sucom* Easily E f %  *• I fw are stfD the exception rather thai the rale Far m this same hotel, there are at teast half dam. hngtu. attractive dmureees and wuicuj. r' ions but i If. m short, women were to become, by some "Mic wand, more feminine, more flexible —m more pkable. they would have their men longer aad thus postpone tbe inevitable day of widowhood and even. perhaps, of divorce. While awaiting this unlikely Utopia another possibility suggests itself. Why not come organua uon. either public or private, whereby the divorced *nd the widowed would be able to meet on an intel ligent. civilized baas, without embarrassment to an* of the parties concerned? Why not for example, tetroduetions Incorporated, run honestly and scientifically, where men-and •omen would be introduced, on payment of a fee aad^jL£? C ,£if^? U *** Ustt backgromad umllKSF*' Prop*''''.* run. such an organisation •" %  Id make every attempt to keep out the undesirables, by having each applicant carefully screened 12T' ** %  '* ould enable each member to meet other members udividually, discreetly, and with dignity. .* ** <**> %  ms to me. would serve a veer 2?J^ function It-ouldhelTfuaa^laS ***** uell^natched men aad womee, on the h*^ •*Ponl uuemews. This doesn't mean necS rfly that marriage would follow even casT^ tbe fate of perpetual --womem *bo suffer fmd the e -np-^-S TV If — mutually nebty dep %  rn "'" 1 %  of them Women Execs Meet Thursday Executive committee of the Federation ef Jewish Women's Orgaai-, rations will meet Thursday, Oct. I 115. 10 a.m.. ia the offices of Federation. 424 Lincoln la. Prestoeat strs. Jeaa C. Irhmsa annouaced that officers will dascuss plans for tbe Miami leader .-hip training co urses to be held at' Beth Daead Congregation starting Tuesday. Oct. 27. Mrs. Bernard Stevens wall rrm d uol the Tuesday j Series." assisted by FJWO special-] isU in ptogi a s u BBsag and member-' ship retentionMrs. Lehman has advised the executive committee that the FJWO will bold its first campaign steering committee session Oct. i 22 to lay plans for women's participation in the 1880 Combined Jewish Appeal Also on the agenda mill be arrangements for FJWO a first btg open meeting. 'Little White House Confab." set for Oct. 28 at the Algiers hotel KOSHER "JUNKET! EENNET-CUSTA %  fTrCTFutHCaim THAU ANT I %  WDOKaT jwipn %  _" __ai / '• %  .' Holidays I 4 when only the best I vv,ll do.. f DIET FACTS: KOSaft ilO Spices m sWw**. Snolom. Women Skrte Parties %  %  %  •" *. first or tfcn. -^n4merho*?r d r > ^ m.^1^-^ Uunge. accord SmrardlfSaS ~ ,em M ~ 2 mJ Puie • "xaauTne. wm ch wa (o towards the Fin**-• Ontt. Mrs. Ralph Mrs Irrmg Mothman aad *7 L K ttta or Oct. ro saw on stmtSM atsromats McArftur Jersey Farm 0*17 Wa Pruvkae KOSHBt 0KAM S0UI atEAM COTTAtt CHSSf mTGUi n 4-4S21 *B51 U. MANISGHEWITZ Gefilte Fish You 11 be peoud an place holKia, ubae. For *o^eame faahjoned loooot. ra all d uue fresh water huh. fresh And it t m defect. •he genius of reef immtae-ago.nhfl2 deet-spiall,^ %  WnrBH -PUXt-a Dttm ti *• MANacMcurrrz irmr A



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October 9. 1959 fJmistnwMlan Page 5-B TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS, WE EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A MAY PROSPERITY AND HAPPINESS BE YOURS ALL THROUGH THE COMING YEAR AND MAY YOUR TABLE ALWAYS BE SET WITH THE Finest Foods at Lowest Prices from your neighborhood GRAND UNION or B-THRIFTY SUPERMARKET GA. DRESSED • GOV'T. INSPECTED WHOLE FRYERS Lb. %  i KITCHEN CHOICE PRUNE JUICE %  i CRISPY. CRUNCHY. "PASCAL" ^ g^ CELERY s !" IOC NO. 303 CANS NEW PACK "GOLDEN HARVEST' TOMATOES 10 "GRAND". WHITE. PINK or YELLOW FACIAL P m TISSUES *1 5 or 400 1 ITEMS and PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU SATURDAY, OCT. 10 1753 N.E 2nd Avenue 1263 W. Flagler Street 3050 N.W. 7th Street 450 N.E. 125th Street 13020 N.E. 8th Avenue 321 Opa-locka Boulevard + 6190 S.W. 8th Street 5767 Bird Read 2501 S.W 22nd Street 2593 S.W. 67th Avenue 1906 Ponce de Leon 11301 S. Dixie Highway 18000 N.W. 27th Avenue (CAROL CITY) 3271 Congress Avenue (Palm Springs) Lake Worth 3000 Broadway (RIVIERA BEACH) WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES AND SALES



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Page 6-B +JenisWcridlk*r Frid a Y. Jjn the ntealm of Society IS. HAM THM. Thai Jennis Exchange Vows In a double ring reremony on Sunday, Sept. 27, at the Americana hotel, Miss Judith Jennis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jennis, 2025 Calais dr., became the bride of Harry Thai, son of Mr. and Mrs. Preston Thai, 9781 E. Bay Harbor dr. Rabbi Dr. Feinstein, of Chattanooga, Tenn., performed the ceremony. He officiated at the ceremony of the senior Thais 30 years ago. Mrs. Jennis acted as.matron of honor for her daughterEdvlrd Thai, twin brother.of Harvey Michaelson and Si-f ART STI IM0§| FOR 30 YEARS Miami Beach's Most Verut* DESIGNER Of NSTINGUIMD ftKOB RESIDENCES !" < NT !" 1$\ HOTELS CBONSI OFFICES FR0 I 20* BISCAYNE ST., MA JE 81222 TO ALL SEASON'S BEST WISHES JERRY TRAINA CUSTOMCRAFT MARBLE & STONE CO. INC FABRICATION Of MARBLE TABU TOPS and BASIS 4240 S.W. 72nd Avenue H** M 0 5-1711 Trfereth Jacob Sisterhood Temple Tifereth Jacob Sisterhood will have a luncheon Thursday noon. Oct. 15. at the Temple. I 951 Flamingo Way. In charge of reservations are Mrs. Max Lebo' %  wit* and Mrs. Nat HolUer. R.bbi oTsuccolh.^ ^ n """"* TO ALL SEASON'S GREETINGS ELENA CABINET & FIXTURE CO. KITCHEN CABINETS • STORE FIXTURES 937 SX 9th Court Phone TU 7-4776 •Wed Auxiliary to moot First meeting of the Women's Aux.liary of Alpha Omega dental un e h mty £* ** "lemberSip Lnt.f VL^ at ,b CarrUo! bow. Tbemewil.be fashion. nd _l BIKUR CHOLIM KOSHER CONVALESCENT HOME MOW PROFIT — NON-SECTARIAN SUPPORTED Y YOUR COMMUNITY Undar Strict Supervision of th. Orlhodex Vaad Hakashruth of •***• Rabbi Dr. Isaac H. Evar. Director "•nuuR NURSII ALL DIETS OBSERVED •oottn taowmm namsmmes Rabbi Dr. Isaac H. Evar, Director 24-HOUR NURSING DOCTORS ON CALL IBTS OBSERVED — CONGENIAL SURROUNDING* tmrooorjmt^ MionniBosti i10Ott Are, pfc. j| 2-3571 MiattaB., EMPLOYMENT ""*"•" SERVICE Establish** 1S44 37 NX St. $,. n^O ,-. &f ., MIAMI CONVALESCENT HOME %  !*• NyH >a .r^le. j.wi.r. Sty*. cgfi' • AII Rooms en Ground Fleer Heaeonable "• SBOthlixmg in Cora H the Merry ami Cfcromcftfr* 35 S.W. I2th AVE. Ph.FR 4-5437 & FB W* 1 835 S.W. 12th AVE. U0 AUBN. Ph. FR 4-5437



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October 9, 1959 +Jewish Fhrldian Page 7-B Ck I armingixi yours, are well into the month of [October, and our summer are gradually being moved into the far comers of our s. The big question now is isbion forecast for the Cornwall and winter seasons. ler checking into the New f, Florida and some Eurofashion markets, we have up with the conclusion that is nothing new or startling MS season. As a matter of there is a definite trend to. the conservative, classic in fashion. tie are" "the figure distorting ele and Empire lines. Waistare -back, and. right where belong. The hobble skirt, i was so voluminous in certain ^s and was too tight to walk fort ably in, is also a thing of past. Designers who were unpy at the completion of the pnt market week were those insisted on moving the stline up several inches, and none of the Empire models sold. There are always compensating factors in every situation, and as it is with 1 our fashion picture. Instead of the gaudy effect, or a return of the H or V shapes, there is an air of elegance and sense of luxury, emphasized this season. The "big fashion news from the luxury viewpoint is^the touch of fur on so many ensembles. There are. of course, the' fur-trimmed coats that haje |bfftfc.|en Popular. Now we have Jur on suits and dresses, with 'twTfnr accessory touch In "belts, hats, and jacket linings—the moat popular furs being mini:, fex.i leopard and ermine. • • • • eOMETIMSS it's only a small • touch of fur, as a white ermine collar on a black wool suit recently seen in a fashion show from the Helen Brooks collection. Other times, it's a costume ensemble with the jacket in a provocative leopard skin lining. Here in Florida, the all-fur hats will probably not be seen too often. For the woman who does a lot of traveling, they should be a blessing. A mink hat will pack easily, not get crushed out of shape, and will be quite fashionable. As to the general hat picture, there is no one Shape that is assuming a more prominent place than others. The only important change is the fur hat, which is small and takes on almost every conceivable shape. There are several other important fashion trends that will be discussed in subsequent columns. • • • fJUE to the large number of fashion shows your columnist is booking, both local and nanational, a very difficult decision has been necessary. To properly plan these productions, a great deal of time is required. This has necessitated my withdrawal from the Charm Modeling School and Agency. Miss Gayle Carson, my assistant for almost a year, has assumed directorship of the school. Charm models will be used exclusively in all my fashion shows, and I will handle all fashion shows booked through the Agency. The School will continue to be operated on the same individual training basis, and with the same policies that have proved so successful in the past. Your continued cooperation will be appreciated, and guest speakers and fashion shows will still be available to your many organizations. •.. tS5it t^ociatite Continued from Pag* IB he Algiers hotel Esther president of the organization Ed's manager of the Home A "This is Your Life" pres^tion was offered by Mrs. S. strin Ir. and Mrs. William Robiti. of 830 NE 123rd at., No. |pfe B'nai Sholom Dance nple B'nai Sholom will hold st Yom Kippur dance Monday frig, 8:30 p.m., at its new ling, 16800 NW 22nd ave. In fee of reservations are Murray ler and Mrs. George Olfern. Miami, celebrated their Golden Wedding anniversary on Oct. 2 William and Mary were married 50 years ago in Boston, Mass. > > > Does Judge Milton Friedman help wife Sylvia with her homework, along with sons Ronny and Kenny, and daughter Judy, every night? Sylvia's taking three courses at the University of Miami, working toward a degree... Mike Margolis, 1201 Obispo, Coral Gables, is back at work after being kayoed by a mild heart attack Mike, one of Lincoln rd.'s famed characters, is head tailor of the Slack Bar chain. The family af the lot* IDA APPEL % ishes fe lhamk tmah many frit** for their kM expression! of sympathy during thtir rtcaaf bereavement, BENJAMIN APPEl a*4 MRS. CIVIE PERTNOY The family of the lore JACOB UDELL wishes fo I monk thtir many frienWs and neighbors far thair kindness daring a very difficult ami trying time. LEAH UDELL and her sons LAURENCE and BARTON {Custom designed Charm and Modeling Courses availablefor ages i # •OITM ttr*r MODELING SCHOOt AND AGENCY B77 MiracW Mile. Cor*! Gablw, Ra> rUghUnd 4-1340 personalized sorvieo at the lackstone flower shops where you get more for your money ... un 6-1233 124-fcour service except rosh bashono and yom kippur Beauty Queen Search Begins Florida's annual quest for an Orange Bowl Queen opened officially Sunday when Miami's Orange Bowl committee began searching for a beauty to reign over the 26th annual festival set for Dec. 24 through Jan. 3. The 1960 queen and her court of four princesses again will be Florida residents or girls from other states who are attending Florida schools. Candidates must never have been married and can not be professional entertainers. The age bracket is 18 through 24. Minors must have their parents' permission to compete and participate in the festival if selected as queen or one of the princesses. Last year's titleholder was blonde Nanita Greene, University of Miami coed from Rockwood, Tenn. First step in entering is to submit three unretouched, eight-byinch, black and white, glossy photographs to the committee. These photos should be a full-face portrait, another in street or evening wear, and a third in swimming suit or shorts ensemble. Accompanying the .pictures should be personal data including nnuie, age, height, weight, color of hair and eyes, bust-waist-hip measurements, schools attended, activities, ambitions, hobbies, previous contests won, and the name and address of parents. Photos and resumes should be sent as soon as possible to the Orange Bowl Queen Contest, 615 SW 2nd ave., Miami 36, Ha. Temple Ner Tcrmid Men's Club will sponsor a Yom Kippur night dance Oct. 12 at the Dunes motel. Left to right are Harry Schneiderman, chairman, Harry Carmen, co-chairman, and Adolph Greenbaum, president of the Men's Club, planning the affair. Art Show Will Open Friday Eve Representative Of the rapidly growing number of young painters in the Greater Miami area, an exhibit of paintings by Sandra Goldman, of Miami Beach, is presented at the Miami Beach Art Center, 2100 Collins ave., opening Friday evening. Mrs. Goldman, now serving as an art instructor under sponsorship of the Miami Beach Recreation Department, has selected a group of oils painted over the past year in anticipation of this exhibit, which marks her first one-man showing here. Early instruction was received at the State Teacher's College. Massachusetts School of Art, and at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. Upon taking up residence in Miami Beach, Mrs. Goldman also studied with Richard Merrick at the University of Miami, where her work was shown in the student's show at Lowe Gallery. Mrs. Goldman has also been represented in exhibits held at the Gallery on Coral Way Cancer league to Meef Women's Cancer League of Miami Beach will meet for coffee Friday, 1 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Milton Linn, 5515 Pinetree dr. Mrs. Micky Kraus, president, announced that the organization will concentrate its efforts on raising funds for a cobalt bomb at the new Mt. Sinai Hospital. A i \ Surfside h Represented Town of Surfside will be represented by Sidney King, assistant mayor, and Louis B. Hoberman, secretary of the Surfside advertising committee, at the 29th annual convention of the American Society of Travel Agents to be held in Havana, Cuba, Oct. 17 to 25. Name Executive to Committee Herschel Rosenthal, assistant vice president and comptroller of Flagler Federal Savings and Loan Assn. of Miami., has been appointed a member of the Federal Regulations and Taxation Committee of the Society of Savings and Loan Controllers. w^


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Page 8-B *Je*lstnt>rkiten Friday. Oclob,] Leon Kaplan Succeeds Harris as Chief Of Jewish Federation Budget Committee Miami attorney Leon Kaplan has munity commitments as president been named chairman of the budof Temple Israel of Greater Miget committee of the Greater Miami and vice president of Mt. Siami jJMBhir^r-""-| m tjai Hospital, he agreed to continue Kaplan's selection was announc serving as a member of the budget ed by Federation president Sam J. committee, Heiman revealed. Heiman at a board of governors meeting this week at the Algiers hotel. He succeeds A. J. Harris, who will continue to servo as a member of tho important standing committee. In announcing the new chairman, Heiman lauded "the distinguished record of service" chalked > up by Harris and his commituv during the past >ear. Despite Harris' numerous comj Kaplan expects to con.'uct a series of meetings in the coming months, which will chart the path of Federation in its fund-raising and allocation activities. His committee is made up of more than 20 of Miami's top communal leaders. Actress to Entertain hotel. Actress Pat Bromberg will entertain. Meetings will begin at once, Kaplan announced, to help determine Federation agency requirements, the goal of the upcoming Combined Jewish Appeal, and tho amounts to be allocated for national and overseas needs through tho United Jewish Appeal. Greater Miami chapter of Worn1 „ ^_ _. ... en's American OKT will meet 1 Kaplan also expects his group tt, Sesday evening ."The DeaS meel with frequcnl re S ularit >' in i Yom Kippur night dance will be the coming year, as a full com-1 held at Temple Sinai. 12100 NE mittee and in sub-committees, to 115th ave., No. Miami, on Monday tackle the complex problems of; e V ening. dollar requirements set forth by Greater Miami's health, educaYom Kippur Fete At Temple Sinai Ladies Auxiliary to Meet Ladies Auxiliary of Murray Sollion, and welfare agencies, omon Post 243, Jewish War Veterans, will meet Tuesday evening at the American Legion Hall 303 Alhambra Circle. Coral Gables. To All Season's Greetings III \1I SHIM Mil A I. WOIIKS SHEET METAL FRODUCTS 219 N.W. 20th Street FR 4-6673 Mrs. Arthur Hittleman. a board member of the Temple's Sister' hood, is chairman of the affair and The new chairman is a Miami wiU ^ assisted by the following resident since 1936. and has served committee: on major commilteea of Federa-j (ion since its incept**:'.He is curMr. and Mrs. Julian Brown. Mr. rently a member of it beard of, and Mrs. Howard Brenner. Mr. and governors, executive committee, i Mrs. Harry Bassett. Mr. and Mrs. and community planning commit-: Sam Elber, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry tee. He has been active in the Hirsch. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hornl.awyers Division of the Combined and Florida Bar AstM. MR. AND MRS. HARRY MARKOWITZ and Family Thomas — Robert — Jerry Wish Their Friends and Relatives a Happy New Year Temple Sinai's new building. Jewish Programs on FM Thursday. Oct. 8. WVCG-FM was to present the first in a series of three dramatic public service programs, designed to entertain, as well as educate, listeners about the significance of the Jewish holidays. The programs are broadcast on 105.1 megacycles, at 11:45 p.m. The schedule is as follow-. Oct. 8, "With All Thy Heart;" Oct. 15, "Count Your Blessings;" Dec 22, "A Time for Valor." ASPHALT MATERIAL CO. 1000 N.W. 57th Avenue M0 7-2551 Paving With Plant /Mixed Asphalt Ws Clean H Wears Longer P.O. Box 786 Coral Gables OtffTINCS BELLE'S BEAUTY SALON "lee* B. $ t f ftWfcV 4017 L ltd AVtNM OX 1-17*6 MMfHsMd Captain Eddie Rickenbacker Chairman oi the Board of Eastern Air Lines AND HIS 17.000 ASSOCIATES IN THE EASTERN FAMILY WISH YOU A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL VIR6BIACH ASSOCIATI, mc *'* ifrafi ***• n M47f SlTiOlD nee. SAVOY HOTEL "Open Year Around" • ALL OUTSIDi ROOMS • DOWNTOWN • HOMELIKE 252 N.W. Second Street *••• n 4-IMI Senior Citizens Visit Miami Visiting senior citizens from New origins. La., were guests of the Golden Age Friendship Club of the Miami Beach YMHA last week in the first inter-city program of its type to be undertaken locally by the Greater Mi am Jewish Community Center.' n was announced" l.y Charles I'lotkin, director of the center's senior citi2ens department. The New Orleans group and its staff-advisor, Bernard Stregevsky, mapped out a tour of community facilities as part of its first visit to the Greater Miami area. At the meeting of the host club on Miami Beach, there was a program of HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL MEL JACK • HERMAN and MORRIS KALER PRODUCE COMPANY 2121 N. W. 13th Avenue HMM PR 4-4174 me* A. F. GIVEN PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT 319 N. E. tod Ave. Phone FR 3-5373 MIAMI FLORIDA singing, dancing and ment for the guests. MIAMI BEACH ABSTRACT i i TITLE COMPANY, J Complete Kbttna J? 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t. Octolm 9,19*9 %  PHI 9-B i4r SCOTT ROCfR ^ HONOLULU Hotel WelHH Hitmen Werld-f.med hotels —— %  Teletype service—family Plea 'Hard Working Man' University of Miami Greater Miami this month enters a new era in the symphonic field with the engagement of Fabien Sevttzky, iamernaflwasjly known music director and conductor, to lead the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra in the most exciting winter secies of the orchestra's 33-year history. Sevitzky wBl open 'the winter season Oct. 25 and 26 in the first of nine pair of concerts at Miami Beach and Bade Comity Auditoriums, with pianist Rudolf Firkusny as soloist. Sciert of a netad Rueeien musical family, Fabian Sevitzky was atom near Moscow in 18M. His father, a well-known musician and teacher, insisted on young Fabian studying the piano and violin, instilling in the youth all of his leva and appreciation of freedom and fine music. By age ten, he was sufficiently proficient on the violin to apply tor a scholarship at the Imperial Conservatory of Music in St. Patersburg. His tutors at the Conservatory included such fawpus musicians as Rimsky-Korsakov.-Liadov, Glazounov and Siloti. "Rimsky-Korsakov was a remarkable person and a wonderful teacher," Sevitzky remembers. "He once threw me out of class because I made too many mistakes while working on the blackboard." Sevitzky Will Open Symphony Series led various music organizations, including the Young Musicians' Orchestra, the Sevitzky Vocal Ensemble, and the New Hampshire Music Festival. By 137, Sevitzky, who shortened Ms name) so that it would not ba confused with that of his uncle, Boston Symphony conductor Serge Koussavitxky, took over the conductorial reins of the Indianapolis Symphony. In just two years, Sevitzky was craditad with raising the local organization to a position of commanding importance among the synv phonic* orchestras of America. He was at Indianapolis 18 years. Sevitzky first appeared here two years ago as a guest conductor, and as a result was engaged for four concerts last season. He has just returned from a summer concert and opera tour through South America. "I am a hard working man," Sevitzky says, "and I welcome people who want to work hard with me. I want to make music that glows, and I am willing to work for my results." The "Fly" monster, Brett Halsey, attempts to kill his unale, Vincent Price, in "The Return of the fly," a moertespiece" of horror, paired with a second shocker, "Alligator People." now showing at the Carib, Miami and Miracle Theatres. • You are invited to attend Dedication Ceremonies of the Garden of Eden SeCtiOn... of The Vista Jewish Memorial Gardens this Sunday, October 11, beginning at 1 p.m. Rabbi Isaac Ever and Rabbi Max Shashw will officiate this beautiful and inspiring service. Memorial seivlies) for loved ones not interred in local cemeteries will be held. The public is invited. THE VISTA MEM OR I At GARDENS Located at Northwest 142nd Street and 67th Avenue (Red Road) For further information, please call TU 7-2661 At 18, Sevitzfcy graduated magna cum laude, and was awarded the Conservatory's firs} [ gold medal for double-bass. .Ratals' and concerts throughout'Trossia followed. Sevitzky, who bortj a striking resemblance to Rudolph Valentino, I also acted for a short time in Russian motion pictures. At 30, following the Russian Revolution, he came to the United States and joined the Philadelphia Orchestra under Leopold Stokowski as a double-bass player. An intrepid "orchestra builder," Sevitzky later organized the Philadelphia Chamber String Sinfonietta, the first permanent string orchestra in the world. By 1928. when Sevitzky became an American citizen, he knew he wanted to be a conductor. He moved to Boston and for six years TRAVALORE Private Pool Beach and Cabana Colony HOTEL At Mth ST., MIAMI ACH I Rooma nd Pool 3 Daily Per Para. 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Page 104 *JeisHk>r/dk>n Frid LUNCH? BRUNCH? A Drink with tns BUNCH? W/7 I Room of Trio Ooiaon Liono EL PESCADOR Downtown Miami's only ooafooO rsataurant Coffoo MOUOO INCiX L O U N O %  Mallow drinks In a uniqus SSt tl nQ /* MM awn, i* m M $u i ONCE A KNIGHT ALWAYS A KNIGHT AT KING ARTHUR'S COURT for Diaaer I Dancing and To Be Eirferfained By fhe Six Singing Strings Miami Springs Villas TH MS21 Art Brass, cs sixr — OUR SPECIALTY — NICE, THICK, JUICY PRIME RIBS OF BEEF un> mi WIT MJT M row*; eVlWOutT fAOUTia Candlelight Inn 1131 Commodore Plaza Cocenyf Grove HENRY LEITSON. Mar. oy.Odofc.j Civic Orchestra Marks UN WeJ Pearly Gait by Hal Pearl I "N^MTES IMMMMMiTk. Paul Sobels .re celebrating Mrs S. s birthday at the Lucerne tomorrow, hosting a dinner p.rt> atthe H. van. Mardi Gras" revue. The realtor also will be celebrating mo* ing of his offices to the Mercantile National Bank bid* r *£ Nov 1 His partner and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weinberg. will be """Se 1 S sEreturned ,o M-am, Beach after cutting short their European tour. Mrs. Shaw fractured her right leg while the couple were mountain climbing in the Tyrolean Alps, and she spent a month m the hospital at Innsbruck. The artistic talent of Dr. Jacob A. Glessman ha* resulted in the first exhibit of his paintings in tht Huber Gallery at the Deeuville. Hotelman and Mrs. Irving Cohen shortly will embark on a cruise to South America. He and son. Saul, have just sold their interest in the DiLido. but retain operation of the Poinciana. It used to be: "Everybody wants to be an actor." Now. it's changed to (especially in Miami Beach): "Everybody wants lo be a hotel owner." Best example, actor Eddie Bracken, who just took over the Cadillac hotel. Mrs. Albert Pollak, of the hotel clan, showed her hand as a songwriter, composing a ditty for the skit that was part of the "Back to School Night" held by the Beach High PTA Tuesday. Mrs. Sam Kelinson gave an assist with her pianistics. The singers included Mrs. Theodore Struhl. Mrs. Leonard Jacobson, Mrs. William Wickman and Mrs. Irma Podvin. Their attire included hats from the collection of Mrs. Muriel Hirseh Pick, sister-in-law of Mrs. Pollak. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dormer, who were wed on Sept. It in Georgia, mrm back from their honeymoon and are residing in No. Miami Beach. The bride is the former Jo-Ann Guterman, daughter of the Mel Gutermans, of Miami Beach. Attorney Irving Wolfe off on a combined business and pleasure trip to New York. Pearl Halberstadt doing a lot of practicing at Normandy Shores for the reopening of her "home course." Bayshore. on Saturday. Its greens are in fine shape, for a change, after a month-long reconditioning program. Peggy Finkle. Helene Jackson. Sid Feldstein. Anne Corrsin, Ruth Feuer. Marge Sewell, Mae Saigh. Twila Sebuhz. Harriet Williams. Elaine Raskin. Phyllis Pollak, Dorothy Relkin, Rose Robbins. Betty Schwartz and Sue Cutler are just a few members of the Bayshore Women's Golf Assn. who are looking forward to Bavshore's reopening. TOPICAL AND TROPICAL: Those in the "know" say that Herbert Classman was in on the purchase of the Eden Roc because he held a mortgage of more than $400,000 on the hostelry. Sam Cohen, who is connected with the Lansburgh hotels, was another king-sized mortgagee Maybe one of the big reasons for the sveceee of motels in the Sonny Isles sector is that they de-emphaslze the American Plan in their northern advertising. Ifs the "A.P." that* %  choking the life out of the Miami Beach hotel business more than anything else. Still haven't heard of a practical program to make teen-agers (who have a big influence on their parents) want to come to Miami Beach in the summer and during the shorter school holiday periods. In other words, they're forgetting how to spell promotion with a capital "P" on the Beach It'll take more than conventions to keep the swank hotels out of the red if they continue to operate 12 months of the year -*&f %  -ft BOTH SIDES OF THE BAY: Ruth Foreman launches the romantic drama. "Come Back Little Sheba." at her Studio M Plavhouse tonight -Thursday, for a two-and-a-half-weeks run. Lee Sandman will £* Rn^u ,D "I," secure the cour! g delights. et^aJ^h^F^aSn M.f ^T* ^ landmark, going on 20%-ars. Munu *<* ***** kebab^d^toVf^^ —> want to savor them a, MicfceT,"Sil£2£ !" s!e W M y0U J 0w TWlTsT. CAVSiWAT s diJ the music for more bi-namr.tr, IhL L* i^,T b bly ha 4 a .er lorallr r>v. M ik. t. •.. _. toer oaton wieldmm I er locally. Dave led the bands at Com City for L^ t. Danny Kaye. Maurice Chevalier. Jimmy Durani* N1? ^ Pm ^ T ** Sammy Davis, jr.. to name a few ***-*. N Km, Cole, and W^rSTS JS Sa^^LSl-" te ^ third year, music-makhii. •• rf X wSnaw^nTti^ ""'•va.anz.. and his revue. ^~^£J5?Z£L X^^ "$£** f hsf Dia Co-leUo reAn. lo the SSi'JpTlL^i^ ""^ Miami Beach Civic conducted by Barnett Breeskin. will open its season Oct. 18. 8 p.m. The event will celebrate the 14th anniversary of the United Nations. Working with the Miami Beach Division of the American Assn. for the United Nations, headed by B. "in W,]i iami ^ UniverMty <* of the will take part in th **1 "•HI Inffn-nlofinee' Praartji Studio M Playboy ^ luxated a Sunday -j, Bayard Strell. and Judge Harold | the first of which is id B. Spaet. who is UN Day chairman, j Oct. 11. the evening win launch United Na tions Week, which is cheduled naSheba" wa? tionw.de Oct. 18 to 24. Dr. H.'night. Oct 8 The performansj "Come si*] io open ACTORS' STUDIO M PLAYHOUSE wrrn FOIEMAN „.**, % %  COME BACK LITTLE SHEBA^ Opens Thorsday Eve (Oct. 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October 9, 1959 *Jenisti ncridian Page 11-B HUBUT MINTZ [B Attorney is Law Firm kbert B. Mintz, former genItiorncy of the National Lailatkm* Board, has accepted Inership in a Miami law firm. iu aenred with the NLRB 1948 until this year, when he pated with Pallot, Silver, Palern and Mulloy. He was the {general attorney designated ndle all of the NLRB's cases tmtheast Florida area under Florida regional office. linti will limit hit practice to isenting management in the Ming of labor problems. The firm namm will be Pallot, % r, Pallot, Stern A Mintx. Bti is a graduate of Cornell ersity School of Industrial and |r Relations and of New York ersity School of Law. During tenure with the NLRB, he sat \ hearing officer, handled some be board's biggest election and wW-the board's trial ney in unfair labor practice It ion. nee his arrival in Miami three ago, Mintz has taught classnd a lecture series at the Uniiy of Miami. He is a memof the labor law committees of [American Bar Assn. and the Ida Bar. lie attorneys in the firm are lam L. Pallot, Sam I. Silver, pard A. Pallot, Edward A. I, Gardnar Mulloy and Robert riedman. COMPLETE FREEDOM OF CHOICE ... fa monuments and all details. Daalgosd by Alfred Browning Parker to be America's moat inspiring mamorial gardens, aattafyinf your deepest desires for Tsgyaao dif nity. Perpetual cart guaranteed THE VISTA .->n mcMuKiAl tiANDEMS Executive O/ficet: SSIing o Plata, H ialeah, Fla. fbona: TU 7-2661 F %  **' %  VS-^M MEMORIAL COUNSELOR far Di4 County's /Most Beoofiie/ A'l Itwith Memorial fork. Available for Consvffofion Keamrdino FAMILY MEMORIAL ESTATES 'iea* Phone CA 1-5435 For aseeiafmt nt 1 • OUR SPECIALTY v five Albert Roth, JJorrh doth and Nathan RothenbergTNoT Unfl*#aoti *j>,a Mso reaves H daughter, brother, and sister. rvlci %  e oot al Newman runeral Home. Mrs. Gaggstatter Succumbs at 66 Mrs. Frances K. Gaggstatter, 66, of 701 DiLido dr., died Friday, Oct. 2. A resident here for the past 25 years, she came to Greater Miami from Columbus, Ga., where she was born-. Mrs. Gaggstatter waa active in Temple Israel Sisterhood, Harvey Seeds Auxiliary of the American Legion, arnTMK Sinai Women's Auxiliary. Surviving are one son, Henry Gaggstatter, jr., and two sisters. Mrs. Marjorie K. Bloom and Mrs. Bessie K. Apte, flLjAGreater Miami. She also lewUPfcne granddaughter, Ellen Gaggstatter. Services were Monday in Columbus, with local arrangements by Gordon Funera J.WMAN ISAAC J. I-IOFFM78. of 1687 Euclid ave.. died Oet 3. A retired painting; contractor, he was %  member of B'nal B'rlth, Knights of Fvihias and WorkniauVs Circle. He la survived hv his wife. Bertha; son. John: and brother, David. He also leaver a daughter, sister and five grandchildren. Services were Oct. I at Qordoa Mineral Home, with burial In Mt. Nebo Cemetery. •* MRS. PAULTNE BENNETT -.3. resident of Miami fur 20 yean., died In a Miami Mjjjrtftt &f >•<• f^e had lived in Key V/-M for the. last four years. She 1* lanrsrltcd by her huahand. Charles: son. Morton, and three sisters. Services were Oct. 7 at Newman Funeral Home, with burial In Star of David Cemetery. ABRAHAM eU^KLOW 73. of Mia NW 3rd ave., died Oct. 4. A veteran of the Spanish-American War, he had been a resident here for ten vears. and waa a retired furniture .sales aiceht. Surviving are "'"'''• Lizzie, brother, and three sisters. Services were Oct. I In CordonFJineral Home, with burial in Star of David Cemetery. HARRY BLOOM St, of SS Lenox ave.. retired dress designer, died Oct. t. He had been a resident here .for t. > ears and Is survived bv his wife, Eva; son. ManTev; and a daughter Servicewere at River-id.M emori al Chapel. LOUIS ROSENFELO TJ retired paperhanger and decorator, died lore Oct. I. JBS**^. .'' Miami 12 years MTO froNew Yol* CKy, and I <** m J V, Surviving are five brothera and • • ajatars S.-. •' Oct. 2 at I.OI don Funeral Home. MRS. FANNIE •CHWARTZ 71, „f si... Washington ave.. died ( >CL Bh .'me here a year ago from Newark. N.J. She Is survived by a daughter, Mr*. Oertrude Jennls, ana WALLACE DAVIS 71, of JSM s\v ztrd st.. died sept U Owner of %  use i furniture More, he came here n years ago from Canada. .surviving in-., ii > wife, Mamie: son, Henry: and daiiKlit.r Ha alao wavte a in other, four i i.• %  .HI | ran child. Bervlcea erera Oct. i al RJver%  ld< Mamorial Chapel, \V. Klanler st., with burial In Mt. Nebo Cemetery. DAVID M. MELTZ 7. of 1439 Alton id., died Sepl. 3(1. He was ,i cm pet salesman for 4.". year and • i.'ii.to Miami In IMS. Sinviving are his wife, Bthal; ton, Jerome; two daOKhtcra ineliillng Mrs. Norma Rothsteln, Miami: and tu.. ilatara. He .also leaves nine grandchild, en S.rvIces were (let. 2 at Riverside Memorial Chapel. Alton rd., with burial In Mt. Xebo Cemetery. HERBERT MANDUS .'.8. of 134 BW 60th ave., riled Sept. 2*. He came here ten years ago from Brooklyn Surviving are his wife, Margiit. son, I'r ILalph. and brother. Services were Oct. 1 at Riverside Memorial Chapel. \V. Flagler at., with burial In Mt. Nebo Cemetery. NATHAN ROZALSKY fi, of 1040 10th st., died Sept. 29. He Is survived by his wife, Anna: two sons: daughter. Mrs. Tetta (Sold: and alx grandchildren. He came here nine years ago from Cleveland, and was a tailor. Services were Oct. 2 at Riverside Memorial Chapel. Washington ave. MRS. MARY SCHULMAN 81. of 3041 NW 10th ave.. died Sept. 80. She came here from Chicago 25 years ago. Surviving are five sons. Jack. Charles, Armanri, Bernard, and Leonard, two daughters. Mrs. Lillian Davison and Mrs. Reulah Poncher: two sisters, eight grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Services were Oet I at Qordoa Funeral Home, with burial In Mt. Nebo Cemetery. DR. IVAN R. GOLDEN 78, .of 8161 Collins ave., died Sept. 29. II. came here n years ago from Cincinnati. A retired optometrist, he Is survived by his wife. Mannie: son. Dr. Stanley: daughter. Mrs. Jewell York: two brothers and four sisters. Services and burial were in Cincinnati, with local arrangements by Riverside Memorial Chapel. BERT L. CLEMENS at, of 60 NW 189th ter.. died Oct. 86. He came here six years ago from Flmlley. O., and was a retired building contractor. Surviving are his wife. Lena; son, Merle; and two grandchildren. He also leaves two sisters. Services were Sept. 29 at Riverside Memorial Chapel, Normandy Isle, with burial In Southern Memorial Park. MAX SOLOMON 52, of 3501 Riviera dr., died Sept. 28. He came here five years ago from New York., and was co-owner of Cookies restaurant In Coral Gables. Surviving are his wife, Sadye; son. Robert: and daughter. Donna. He also leaves five staters. Services were Sept. 29 In flordon Funeral Home, with burial In Star of David Cemetery. Dade Bank Names Executive Sidney Aronovitz, chairman of the board of the Bank of Dade County, announced Wednesday the appointment o f Frederick J. Teschke as exe c u t i v e vice p r e s i d ent and member of the board of directors and chief operations o f fi cer of the bank. Formerly Teschke was vice president TtSCHKt and treasurer of the Little River Bank and Trust Company for seven and a half years. Teschke was born in Elizabeth, N. J., 48 years ago. He attended elementary schools in New Jersey, and graduated from New York University. He is a graduate of tne American Institute of Banking, and entered the banking field in 1931. He has been assistant manager and head examiner of Public National Bank of New York, now the Bankers Trust Company, and credit supervisor of First National City Bank of New York. In 1952, Teschke arrived in Miami to become the treasurer of the Little River Bank. He is a past president of the American Institute of Banking, Miami chapter, first vice president of the Greater Miami Clearing House Assn., and member of the Florida Bankers Assn. The Bank of Dade County was founded in April, 1956, and has grown to ovw ten and a hatf million dollars in deposits, and approximately twelve million in total resources. It is located in the 163rd Street Shopping Center. LEGAL NOTICE Henry Gilbert, member of the Israel Bond committee executive boatd.greets James McDonald, first U.S. Ambassador to Israel, at a reception tendered the Ambassador by Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert at thenhome, 12670 NE Miami pi.. No. Miami, last Saturday night. Ambassador McDonald is in Miami to speak on behalf of Israel Bonds at a number of. congregations during the 'High Holy Days. Miami Firm Listed The first edition of "Who's Who in Graphic Arts in America," distributed at the Graphic Arts Exposition at the Coliseum, New York City, and nationally with the Exposition Issue of Printing Production Magazine, lists the Miami Post Publishing Company, 1942 NW 1st ct., among the top 200 lithographers-printers in the United States. Only one other Florida firm shared in this honor. LEGAL NOTICE CIRCUIT COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCU T, DADE COUNTY. FLA. CHAN. No. 5C 2431-C PEI.AYO K. IMQI-KRO. Plaintiff, vs. MADELINE PIQUERO, Defendant. NOTICE BV PUBLICATION YOU. MADELINE PIQUKRO. 53S Park Place Brooklyn. New York, are notified to serve a copy of your Answer to the Divorce Complaint on plaintiff's attorneys. Kngel and Housen. SOS Hlscayne lluildlng, Miami, Fla.. and file original with Clerk of above named Court, on or before the 26th day of October. 19.19. otherwise Complaint will be confessed by you. DATED: 23rd day of September, 1939. E. D I.EATHERMAN. Clerk (seal) By: K. M. LYMAN, Deputy /B5. 10/2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IK HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name, of BAY -TOWJSBS l.in.-..ln Road West Knil'MlHinl Reach/Florida n! HI; Lincoln Itoad. Miami Beach, Florida Intend to resistor aaM name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I I a .. County, Plot .(.. BAY TOWERS APRTMENTS, INCORPORATED .iri.H'S JAY I'ERI.MCTTER Attorney fir A M iIiv4nt •• w 16-23-30 i. %  %  IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELFVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No. 59C-9416-I DANH-U-I .'sTEIKItNAilKL, ruintifr. vs. DdRETHY A. STIC IK l:\AC; ED. Defendant NOTICE^ BY PUBLICATION YOI". 1>I iKK THY A. STBUER\\.;i:i.. IM-24 Hillside Avenue. Jamaica. New fork; are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you %  re required to serve a copy of your answer .thereto on Plaintiff's attorney. EDWIN A. WILLlNCKIi, Dlnroln-Drexel Building. 1135 Drexel Avenue. Miami Beach. Florida., and file the original answer In the offices of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before November 9. 19">9. otherwise a pro confeaao will be entered against you. DATED: October 6. 1959 i: It LKATHERMAN, C'erk. Circuit Court. Dade Countv, Florida (seal) By: R. H. RICE, JR.. Deputy Clerk. 10/9-16-':t-:n> NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HBRBBY r.lYKN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in hQalneei under the fictitious name .f DABRO ROCK Ob., al Dad* Countv. Intends to register said name with rk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ADBBRT <'.. BOURKB Sole ( lull, r M.\K\ FA ATtoi na> for Applicant .digress Bldg. 10/9-16-23-JOIN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 59C8708 ,, CLAIRE ABRAMS, 45.' Plaintiff. I** Afi.KVl.s .\I:I:.\M-C"" l lefendant. NOTICE TO DEFEND TO: MORRIS' AP.KAMH Mrs. Louis Appeil.aum 109) Pearl Street Sharon, I enns.!vanla YOU, MORRIS ABRAMS, are hereby notified that a Complaint for DlVOroe has been filed against you and you are rejQOlred to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Complaint r>n the Plaintiff's attorneys, BeJcel A Tettelman, 904 Blscayna Building, 19 w.st alagler Btreet, Miami :\2, Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office at flM Clerk of the Circuit Court OB or before the 20th day of October, 1959. If you fall to do so Judgment by Default will be taken against you for the. relief demanded In the Complaint. DONE \.\'l> ORDERED al Ml.ml, Florida, thU 14thday of September, A.D. 19.19. K B. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade Countv. Florida lse.,1) By: K. M. LYMAN. Deputy Clerk. BBW3BL & TEITKI.MAN Attorneys for Plaintiff :<4 Hlscayne Building Miami 32. Florida 9/18-2.'.. io/i-e NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY (JIVFiN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name; Of RIDCJE BAKERY DEI.ICATICSSKN at 20209 South Federal Hlghwav, Cutler Ridge. Florida Intend .to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. ALEX SA4HALION ABE TtlJOOM as co-partners ENOEI, and HOCSEN Attorneys for Alex Samallon 305 Hlscayne Building Miami 32, Florida FItankllln 3-0S02 10/9-16-23-SO NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that the undersigned, desiring to engage en business under the fictitious name Of THE CHAKRl'ROER at Miami. I>1 County, Intends to register said name With the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. JACJO FOODS. INC. a Fna. Corp. JOSEPH I'Altlin Attorney for Applicant Ml Industrial Bank Bldg. 9/18 25, in/1-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE U HEREBY OIVBN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business tinder the fictitious name of SI IS lit IMPS at 4900 NW. 27th Aventfe. Miami. Florida Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florid*. THE HARDER CORPORATION OF MIAMI HAROLD A. CREENB Attorney for The Harber Corporation of MWml 10/9-lfi-2S<10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage .in business under the fictitious name of ,(2 JEFF'BRSON APTS. at 542 Jofferson Ave.. Miami Beach. Florida intend to register said name with the Cerk of the Circuit Court of Dade CounlS', Forlda EDWARD MERLIN LENA MERLIN LF.BOWITZ l:i:i.I.i:i: Attorneys f. .r :.42 Jefferson Apts. 7W First Street Miami Beach. Forlda IK IV0TT4 10'r>-lfi-23-30 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No. 59C 085-N \ D. SL'PWORTH, I In. I al.-r. Plaintiff, OLOfHA ill'INAHKS MKI.I.V and ANTONIO A. MKLIN. .lit. her husband. Defendants. NOTICE OF SUIT BY PUBLICATION TO: C.LORIA OUINAREfl MKLIN. and ANTOMci A. MEI4N, JR., her husband, Dcf. ndants RESIDENCE UNKNOWN TOP \KK HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complaint for Foreclosure has been filed against you by the Plaintiff In the above styled Court and cause, for the purpose of toreclosing the mortgage on the following described property, altuate and being In Dade County, F'lorlda, and more particularly described as follows: l.t 4. Block 57 FTU'RTH ADDITION TO PALM SPRINtSS SPBDIVI9ION SECTION F". as recorded In Plat Book 57 at Page 73 of the Public Records of Dade County. Florida, a/k/a/ 12035 NW. 59 Avenue. Hlaleah. Florida. YOU ARE HBRBBY required to serve a copy of your Answer or other Pleading on o'slnMffs attorney, MILTON A. FRIEDMAN. 1111 Alasley Building, Miami 32. Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the C'erk of the Circuit Court in and for Dade County, Florida, on or before the 11th day of November. ISM. or Judgment will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. WITNESS mv hand and the seal of said Court at Miami, Dade Countv, Florida. Ibis 2nd dav o' October, 1959. K II I.KATIUKMAN Clerk of the Clrfult Court. Miami, Dade County. Florida S SNFIEDEN. Deputy Clerk MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for plaintiff 1111 Alnslev Bldg. Miami 32, Fla., FR 1-54*4 10,



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eJewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
33 Number 41
Miami, Florida, Friday, October 9, 1959
Two Sections Price 20<"
ael Gets Majority Backing At UN
Member Nations Support Charge Against
Egypt's Blockade of Suez Canal Shipping

U
Charles D. Mintz, of the Union of American Hebrew
regations, demonstrates the Shofar to tixmrn- interested
Yom Kippur begins with Kol Nidre services Sunday at
wn.
lalyze New Legislation
U.S. Immigration Laws
CW YORK"While failing to enact legislation liberalizing
^ic immigration laws of the United States, the last session of Con-
passed a law increasing family reunhiw uuailjHIHes tid wther-f-TOtntlng out to him that the
By SAUL CARSON
UNITED NATIONS(JTA)More than 50 percent of the delega-
tions from whom an expression of opinion could haJSbeenjexpected on
the subject are supporting Israels insistence on freRom of navigation
through the Suez Canal. That was the score in the^urrent General
Assembly here this week as Mrs. Golda Meir. Israeli foreign Minister,
concluded a whirlwind, three-week visit to the United Nations, during
which she pressed her government's grievance against the United Arab
Republic's anti-Israel blockade of the Suez Canal.
Eliminating members of the*-------------------------------
Arab and Soviet blocs, from which
no support of Israel's case against
an Arab country could be expect-
ed, 25 out of 40 speakers in the
Assembly's annual "general de-
bate" have expressed themselves
as being on Israel's side in the
Suez issue. These speakers have j
included the Foreign Ministers of
each of the three big Western
powers France, Britain and the
United States; Foreign Ministers
and delegation chairmen represent-
ing virtually all of the major mari-
time powers in Western Europe
and in Latin America; and a num-
ber of smaller countries
res of positive value to prospective immigrants," James P. Rice,
|ve director of United I lias Service, reported this week.
World Refugee Year un-+--------------------------T
ly, it was hoped that the
States would take the lead
ilf of the. uprooted by adopt
ecial measures for the ad-
of refugees or by revising
>mc immigration laws along
es of recent bipartisan pro-
)P Suggests
derniiation
tABy Direct Teletype Wire
IHIN'GTON Modernization
^migration laws, including
Dnment of the national orig-
(tola system, were suggested
ly in a report issued by the
|lican committee on program
rogress.
lished by the Republican
sal Committee, the new rec
Delations urged a polioy for
>al security and peace in
"immigration laws must be
and not hindrance to an ef-
foreign .policy."
I wit recommended that im-
ration laws be made "a
ce of renewal and replenish-
ed the springs of creative
jrlty in our own society-"
committee said "we recom-
regular review and modern-
of our present immigration
Time and conditions have
obsolete the national origins
>f 35 years ago."
committee proposed that
fful study of these changes
be the first step toward a
realistic modernization of
imigration laws."
Mrs. Meir conferred 12 hours
before the left with Seeretary
General Dag Hammarskiold,
issue from UAnign Ministers
with whoWi'sMjlUd conferred
here privately. It was under-
stood thft not one of these 35
foreign policy chiefs disagreed
with Israel's insistence on the
right to freedom of shipping
through the Suez Canal.
At a news conference prior to
Continued on Page 2-A
ARTHUR lOOR/f
posals," Mr. Rice said. "When
Congress reconvenes in January,
efforts must be made to remedy
the situation," he added.
Pointing out the constructive
features in the new legislation
that did come through, Mr. Rice
said that under the new family
reunion law certain family sep-
arations which, in the case of
Eastern European Jews have
often run into the unforeseeable
future, are eliminated. Prefsr-*
ences granted for the admission
to the U.S. of brothers and sis-
ters of citizens and the married
sons and daughters of citizens
are extended to the spouses and
minor children of such persons,
who may now accompany them.
Under the prior law, if a brother
of a U.S. citizen or the married
child of a citizen wished to immi-
grate under the benefits of a pref-
erence, he had to leave his wife
and minor child behind and apply
for their admission following his
arrival here.
/The new law, Rice expressed,
makes it possible for thousands of
people to enter the country on a
non-quota basis, so that many of
Continued on Page 12-A
overwhelming opinion here back-
ed Israel against the UAR. She
was believed to have pointed out
to Mr. Hammarskjold that, in
addition to the public statements
made in the Assembly, she re-
ceived direct word on the Suez
Challenge Arab Leaders to Talk
Peace Any Time and Anywhere'

U.S. WELCOMES OFFER
PACE 2-A
Red China Declares Israel
Base of Economic Invasion'
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
LONDONCommunist China Tuesday utilized the election cam-
paign in Israel to attack the Israel government in a Peking radio broad-
cast in the English language beamed to Asian and African countries.
"With the general elections in Israel less than two months away,"
the broadcast said, "the Ben-Gurion government is now under heavy
fire for its policy of serving im-+------------------------------------------
perialism as a spearhead against
the national independence move-
ment in the Middle East and its
military adventurism toward
neighboring countries."
The broadcast said that "Is-
rael is becoming a base for U.S.
big business for their economic
expansion in Africa and south-
east Asia. It emphasized that
"tires, chemicals, and cement
produced by American-owned or
controlled factories in Israel tf
being exported to these areas in
increasing quantities as Israeli
UNITED NATIONS(JTA)Arthur Lourie, chairman of Israel's
delegation here, Monday made an offer to enter into immediate peace
talks with the Arab states, "without any preconditions."
Mr. Lourie addressed the General Assembly, after Dr. Mahmoud
Fawzi, Foreign Minister of the United Arab Republic, delivered a sharp,
+anti-Israel attack in which he ac-
cused "political Zionists or Zion-
izing politicians" of "manufactur-
ing" a case out of Israel's griev-
ance against the UAR's blockade
of the Suez Canal. In his attack.
Dr. Fawzi specifically named Mrs.
Golda Meir and Selwyn Lloyd, re-
spectively Israel's and Britain's
foreign ministers, for bringing the
"made in Israel" Suez issue before
the Assembly.
Answering Dr. Fawzi's insis-
tence that the Suez issue was
part of the so-called "Palestine
Question," Mr. Lourie directed
at the Egyptian the question:
"Is his country willing to nego-
tiate with us a settlement of
these differences?"
"I can declare here," the Israeli
representative continued, "in the
name of my government, that we
are prepared to enter into imme-
diate negotiations for a full and
final settlement of all outstanding
Israel-Arab problems, at any time
and place the Arab leaders may
Continued on Page 8 A
goods to disguise U.S. economic
penetration."
The Peking broadcast also al-
leged that "Israel economic and
military ties with West Germany-
are growing and that this is "caus-
ing much concern and indignation
among the Israeli people, many of
whom were victims of Nazi ter-
ror." It quoted the election mani-
festo adopted by the Israeli Com-
munist Party with all its allega-
tions against the present Israeli
government.
Bonn President Vows Sweep of Wretched Past'
By Special Report
NEW YORK Dr. Heinrich
Luebke, newly-elected president of
West Germany, this week told the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith that "a great deal remains
to be done to remove completely
the rubble of a wretched past."
Dr. Luebke's cabled message
was made in response to a com-
munication from Henry Edward
Schultz, the League's national
chairman. Schultz had suggested
a number of steps to the German
president designed to help im-
prove citizenship training and the
teaching of the history of the Nazi
period to German youth. His pro-
posals were based on a report
made by Nathan C. Belth, Anti-
Defamation League official, who
recently returned from Germany.
Schultz, the League's chairman,
had suggested that history courses
in German schools be augmented
with courses in civics and citizen-
ship training"even at the ex-
pense of traditional subjects that
now crowd the curricula." He rec-
ommended the assignment of
younger teachers who "are not
burdened by embarrassing self-
identification with the recent past
which inhibits older teachers." He
also cited the need for "new and
more effective text-books" and no-
ted that "progress has already
been made in this area."
In reply. Dr. Luebke assured Mr.
Continued on Page 7-A





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+Jewls*ricrklkn
Friday, October 9,
Israel Gets Majority Backing at UN
, ,MlMmaA nMI#
Continued from Page 1-A
seeing Mr. Hammarksjold, Mrs.
Meir sHJd^-v'.lsHiwi, feele.Uial-thews
has been an expression of public
opinion in the general debate on
freedom of navigation through the
Suez Canal. The entire issue is a
serious matter for the government
to consider. I can repeat now what
I said in the general debate, to the
effect that we will not acquiesce
to the illegal discrimination against
us. Israel must now await anxi-
ously the effects that this broad
expression of public opinion will
have on the United Arab Republic.
Our government will now discuss
the situation anew in the light of
all the developments."
Maurice Couve de Murville, For-
eign Minister of Frarrte, was the
last of the Western Bis Three to
address the Assembly last week
Uackifig fer"T*;*ael on the Suez is
sue had previously been voiced by
U.S. Secretary of State Christian
Herter and Britain's Secretary for
Foreign Affairs, Selwyn Lloyd. Mr.
de Murville asserted firmly that
the Constantinople Convention of
1888. reaffirmed by the United Na-
tions, remains for us the charter in
his matter." The 1888 pact on
,'reedom of navigation through the
Suez forbids Egypt from blockad-
ng the Canal against any nation
"in war as in peace."
Osten Unden, Foreign Minister
of Sweden, declared that "thi
problem, in it* essence, is hardly
Herter Says U.S. Welcomes
Israel Offer to Arabs
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
WASHINGTON Secretary o f i Mr. Herter meanwhile declined
State Christian A. Herter told a to restate the Amwkan pottion
press conference Tuesday that the; of tho anti-Israel blockade of the
United States would welcome di-' Suex Canal. He said he had ex-
rect Arab-Israel negotiations if, pressed himself recently end
the two sides could agree upon it.
He referred to an offer made by
Israel at the United Nations Mon-,
day to negotiate a complete settle!
ment, of the Palestine issue with j Israel negotiations was one of pri-
the Arabs "at any time and place" mary concern to the parties in-
they choose and with no strings v()]vcrj. But he made clear the
attached. (United States would welcome a
mutually acceplable discussion be-
tween the Israelis and the Arabs
at the United Nations or else-
where.
very succinctly" at the United
Nations on this matter.
He thought the question of Arab-
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Mr. Hortcr said he had no knowl-
edge that would indicate direct
Israel-Arab conversations were in
the offing. He explained that he
referred to Israel's offer at the
United Nations to hold such dis-
cussions.
ne said Israel's offer at least
taised the question anew. Mr.
Herter said he did not know how
successful they would be, but if it
were possible such talks could be
held, he said, the United States
would welcome them.
. question of juridical subtle-
tie.. Instead," he .aid, "the ques-
tion really i whether it could be
considered r**rsnabta'that two
member, of the United Nation,
for year, find themselves in a
': warlike relationship. If there is
a war, it should be the duty of
j the state, involved to make
peace.
This is simple common sense,
' so much more so because the bloc
ikade cannot be of any practical
I value for the United Arab Kepub
lie while it does harm the shipping
interests of many other coun-
tries," the Swedish Foreign Min-
ister continued. "Sweden too is
suffering from the blockade. In
evidence of this, I should like to
mention that the Swedish Sea-
man's Union have requested their
government to work for the cessa-
tion of the blockade."
Denmark. Norway and even Fin-
land took their stand openly on
Israel's side.
Nearly all of the members of the
British Commonwealth took Is-
rael's side in the general debate
against the UAR blockade. Both
New Zealand and Australia were
outspoken on the issue. Richard
G. Casey, Australian Minister for
External .Affairs, said the Suez is-
sue "is of great concern to a large
number of countries at both ends
of the CanalEuropean and Asian
as well as others, such as Australia
and the Americas who need to
use this important waterway for
their international trade.
"I do. not intend to go over any
of the incidents that have occurred
during the past year, mostly re-
lated to Israel, but in view of these
I wish to record again that we be-
lieve in free passage through the
canal for all countries without ex-
ception."
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The Latin American countries
were likewise almost unanimous
in their open support of Israel.
Some speakers pleaded for peace
in general in the Middle East.
That was the stand taken by Dr.
Raphael Urquia, chairman of El
Salvador's delegation. But tho
majority of Latin American rep-
resentatives openly pleaded with
Egypt to haH its discrimination
against Israeli shipping and
goods through tho international
waterway.
Ecuador denied outright that
Egypt could claim "rights of bel-
ligerence" as a pretext for barring
Israel from the Canal. Honduras
urged the Assembly to "leave no
stone unturned to halt provocation.
; maritime discrimination and
threats of extermination" against
\ a member of the United Nations.
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Kol Nidre to Launch Yom Kippur Observance*
CANDLEUGHTING TIME
7T1*hrt 5rWp.m.
Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, will be launched at Kol Nidre
[services Sanday before sundown in the Houses of Worship throughout
[Greater Miami. Services continue all day on Mondajvwith Yizkor,
[the Memorial for the Departed, recited during the mornjj&g. Saturday
morning auih.es will inaifc the Qrtbath of HepiWance, wMPh falls be-
Itween Rosh Hashona and Yom Kippur.
Beth Tfllah Congregation, 935
[Eucftd ave., will hold Friday eve-
Irrn? services at 5:45 p.n*. Satur
[day services are at 8:30 a.m. Ser-
[mon will be "Weekly Portion."
[Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky offici-
lates. At 4:15 p.m., he will discuss
r'Penitence." Services Sunday be-
Igin at 7 a.m. Kol Nidre is at 5:30
L>.m. Sermon will be "Should We
|Forgive?" Menday services are at
a.m. Sermon is "Our Souls."
L'izkor wHl be at 11:30 a.m. Neilah
ncludes the Yom Kippur observ-
ance at 4:30 p.m.
Tempi* Zion. 5720 SW 17th St.,
I will aoK Friday evening services
at s 30 p.m. Saturday morning
|st>rviccs are at 9 a.m. Rabbi Al-
fred Wiixman will officiate at Yom
ippur service* beginning with
j1 iiidre-Sunday at 5r?5 p.m. Can-
Jacob Goldfarb renders the
musical portions of the liturgy.
ermo**#Hl be "Are We Guilty?"
VTcet Menday commence at 8
a.m. Se?ftfon .will be "Ten Brave
Men."'
At Beth" Raphael Congregation,
13S NW Srrji ave., Rabbi Max Sha-
piro will officiate, with Cantors A.
Perl and Morris Fruchter render-
ing the musical portions of the lit-
urgy. Yom Kippur observance be-
gins Sunday at 5:45 p.m. Sermon
iill be "If Not NowWhen?" Mon-
day Yizkor memorial is at 10:30
Sermon will be "Death is Our
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Neighbor." Neilah concludes the
Yom Kippur observance at 4:30
p.m.
Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz will offi-
ciate at services of Zamora Jewish
Center, 44 Zamora ave., Friday at
6 p.m. Saturday services are at
8:30 a.m. Kol Nidre will usher in
the Yom Kippur. observance Sun-
day at 5:45 p.ni3Jmo|i will be
"Call of Conscience." Cantor Mey-
er G-isser renders ffle'miflcal por-
tions of the liturgy. Yizkor memo-
rial Monday is at 1,0 a.m. Sermon
will be "The Life Eternal." Neilah
is at 5 p.m.
Temple Bath Am, 5950 No. Ken-
dall dr., will hold Friday evening
services at'8:15 p.m. Sermon by
Rabbi Herbert Baumgard is "What
is Sin?" Saturday services will be
at 10 a.m., with the Bar Mitzvah
of Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ed Roth. Yom Kippur will be ush-
ered in at Kol Nidre services Sun-
day at 7:30 p.m. Monday services
are at 10 a.m. and 3:30 p.m., with
a children's service scheduled for
?:30 p.m.
Agvdath Israel Hebrew Institute,
7801 Carlyle ave., will hold Friday
evening services at 6 p.m. Satur-
day services are at 8:30 a.m. Ser-
mon will be "Repentance Not as
a Confession but as Contrition of
the Heart." Rabbi Isaac Ever of-
ficiates and preaches. Kiddush
hosts will be Mr. and Mrs. Philip
Yasser. Sunday services are at
7:30 a.m. Kol Nidre will be Sun-
day at 5:30 p.m. Sermon is "The
Fascination of Kol Nidre." Yom
Kippur services Monday com-
mence at 8 a.m. Sermon will be
"Does the Solemn Yizkor Prayer
Give Us Feelings of Shame and
Remorse?" Memorial for the de-
parted at 11:30 a.m. Neilah con-
cludes the Yom Kippur observance
at 5 p.m.
Friday service at Congregation
Anshe Ernes, 2533' SW 19th ave.,
will be at 5:45 p.m. Saturday ser-
vices are at 9 a.m. Yom Kippur
will be launched at Kol Nidre ser- tions of the liturgy. Monday serv-
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vices Sunday at 5:30 p.m. Services
continue Monday at 8 a.m. Ser-
mons will be by Jacob Mindlin ;n
Yiddish, xtul,Seymour Uebovan in
English. Cantor Jacob Greenberg
officiates.
Rabbi Leo Helm will officiate at
Kol Nidre services of Temple Trf-
ereth Jacob, 951 Flamingo Way,
Hialeah, Sunday at 6 p.m. Sermon
will be "Our ResolutionsSincer-
ity and Self-Dedication." Yom Kip-
pur services continue Monday at
8:30 a.m. Sermon is "Repentance
Insisting on Self-DeterminaOon."
Yizkor memorial is at 10:30 a.m.
Cantor Samuel Levine and the
choir under the direction of Mrs.
Sam Weinstein render the musical
portions of the liturgy.
Hialeeh Jewish Congregation,
1150 W. 68th st., will hold Friday
evening services at 8:30 p.m. Kol
Nidre ushers in the Yom Kippur
observance Sunday at 4800 Palm
ave., Kialeah. Rabbi Nathan Zwit-
man will officiate at the 7 p.m.
service and discuss "A Time to
Remember." Yom Kippur services
continue Monday at 10 a.m., with
the sermon scheduled as "Surren-
der to Freedom." Yizkor memo-
rial is at 12:30 p.m.
At Kneseth Israel Congregation,
1415 Euclid ave., Rabbi David
Lehrfield will officiate at Friday
services at 6 p.m. Saturday serv-
ices are at 8:30 a.m. Sermon will
be "Sabbath of Repentance." Sun-
day services will usher in Yom
Kippur with Kol Nidre at 5:45 p.m.
Monday services are at 8:30 a.m.
Yizkor memorial will be at 11 a.m.
Cantor Abraham Seif renders the
musical portions of the liturgy.
Friday services at Temple Judea,
320 Palermo, Coral Gables, will be
at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Morris Skop
will discuss "Judaism and the
Modern Mind." Kol Nidre will
usher in the Yom Kippur observ-
ance Sunday at 7 p.m. Sermon is
scheduled as "Why is it Human
to Err?" Cantor Herman Gottlieb
renders the musical portions of the
liturgy. Yom Kippur observance
continues Monday at 9:30 a.m.
Yizkor memorial will be at 1 p.m.
Sermon is on the topic "What is
Never Forgotten?"
Rabbi Herschell Saville will offi-
ciate at Friday services of Miami
Hebrew Congregation, 1101 SW
12th ave., at 5:45 p.m. Saturday
services are at'9 a.m. Sermon will
be "The Importance of Teshu-
vah." Kol Nidre launches the Yom
Kipper observance Sunday at 5:45
p.m. Sermon is "The Synagogue
Israel's Perpetual Light." Cantor
Joseph Salzman renders the musi-
cal portions of the liturgy. Monday
services are at 9 a.m. Sermon is
"Living With Our Memories." Yiz-
kor memorial will be at 11 a.m.
Beth David Congregation, 2625
SW 3rd ave., will launch Yom Kip
pur with Kol Nidre services Sun-
day at 5:45 p.m. Cantor William
Lipson renders the musical por-
ices are at 8 a.m. Sermon will be
at 10:30 a.m., with Yizkor memo-
rial following at 11. Neilah con-
cludes the Yom Kippur observ-
ance at 5 p.m.
At Beth E m e t h Congreq.tion,
12250 NW 2nd ave., Rabbi David
Herson will officiate at"Friday eve-
ning ervices at 8:15 p.m. Sermon
is "The Chasm Between." Satur-
day services are at 9 a.m. Kol
Nidre will usher in the1 Yom Kip-
pttr observance Sunday at 5:30
day are at 7:30 a.m. Yizkor memo-
rial will be at 11:15 a.m. Cantor
Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum renders
the musical portions of the -lit-
urgy.
"Our Relationship with God"
will be the sermon of Rabbi Sam-
uel Lerer Friday, 8 p.m., at Tem-
ple Beth Shalom of Hollywood, 1725
Monroe st. Cantor Rudolph Deatsch
renders the musical portions of the
liturgy. Saturday services are at
9 a.m. Bar Mitzvah of Terry, son
of Dr. and Mrs. Jack Lurie, will
be observed.
Rabbi Eugene LabOvitz will offi-
ciate at Kol Nidre services of Tarrt-
J ole Ner Tamed, fJOth st. and Tatum
p.m. Sermon is 'The Judgment of i Waterwa?'' Sunday 6 pmc Mon-
O w J.M nnraflDIko noon *. Q (M -
Creation and Destruction." Serv-
ices Monday are at 8 a.m. Memo-
rial will be at 10:30 a.m., with the
sermon scheduled as "The Reality
of Life." Cantor Hyman Fein and
Samuel Graysori* render the musi-
cal portions of the liturgy.
Monticelle Park Congregation,
1099 NE 163rd st., will hold Friday
services at 5:45 p.m. Saturday ser-
vicesaa*ff fpfa.m Rabbi Max
Lip^chit2 will officiate at Kol
Nidre services Sunday at 5:49
p.m. Yom Kippur services Mon-
day services are at 8 a.m. Sermon
will be "The Door is Open to the
World of the Living." Yizkor me-
morial is at 11 a.m. Neilah will
conclude the Yom Kippur observ-
ance at 4:45 p.m. Cantor Samuel
Gomberg renders the musical por-
tions of the liturgy.
Jay Schloaser will become Bar
Mitzvah during Saturday morning
services, 8:45 a.m., of North Shore
Jewish Center, 620 75th st. He is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
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Meaning of Yom Kippur
Yom Kippur, most solemn of the High Holy
Days, will be ushered in with Kol Nidre serv-
ices here Sunday evening.
The New Year is generally the occasion
for Jews to pause and take spiritual stock of
themselves both with respect to past and
future. But Yom Kippur has evolved as a
special period, when men show particular con-
cern about what is to be.
No mortal can with certainty probe the fu-
ture. All of us, however, can reckon with the
past It is this process of probing our actions
yesterday, and in the most honest manner we
can muster, that brings significance to Yom
Kippur as a holy occasion for supplication in
the name of a happy tomorrow.
For here, past and future join in the cycle
of traditional Jewish life, with the aura of tens
of centuries of belief in the perfectibility of man
as an expression of God's presence on earth
end everywhere, surrounding the cycle to
make it one of the most amazing relationships
in human experience.
Examining our past, on Yom Kippur we
determine that we shall not be subject in the
year ahead to the same weaknesses; nor shall
we submit to the same defeats; nor shall we
contribute to the same degrading actions.
Looking to the future, we vow that we shall
live our lives in accordance with the highest
principles of Judaism governed by the tradi-
tional values of justice, mercy, charity and
humility.
The vows men deny in their historic chant
of the Kol Nidre axe the vows of earthly exis-
tence, where considerations of personal advan-
tcge rule and often silence the finer impulses
of their souls. The vows men affirm on Yom
Kippur are the vows of spiritual existence,
which we eternally pray shall ultimately be-
come the larger part of our lives in the name
of brotherhood of all humankind, when wars
shall no more be known, and when love shall
forever reign.
On Rebuilding a Synagogue
Germany split by East and West republics
is only one example of the division in her
makeup. The spiritual rent in her soul the Ger-
mans certainly feel even more strongly.
In Worms this week, the cornerstone was
laid for the rebuilding of the historic Rashi
Synagogue, which had been destroyed with
hundreds of others during the infamous "Crys-
tal Night" of 1938.
The pre-war Jewish population of Worms
was 1,100. There are only two Jewish families
in Worms today.
For whom is the Rashi Synagogue being
rebuilt the two Jewish families, the 1,100
dead, the memory of the sacred Six Miliion?
Or are the Germans constructing the syna-
gogue anew as a monument beneath which to
bury their guilty conscience?
Whatever the answer to this difficult ques-
tion, the split in the German soul remains
more profound and more dangerous than the
eplit in her geography. .
-THE BOYS up in Tallahan*
are again considering' tk,
possibility of establishing ,
kind of censorship board thai
will pass on the books with
whiqh our children study. There
are a number of considerations
involved here. Restricting the
sources of information must
_ astic diet. Fact is thai too. much pah-
"ready exists on the menu. We have deleted from our curricula
anything sufficiently challenging that might be construed as cause for
p-ychological frustration. The 'whole" child and his integrated'
personality seem to be our educational goals these days. Subtract
further from such a Wand array that which is allegedly politically
"dangerous." and we will have achieved a complete state of ignorance.
One of the amaaiag things about would-be censors is that they
have so little faiUi in the individual and in our nation generally, if
textbooks deleted "to an honest study of societies in conflict with our
own can exetMs* enotifh influence on students to subvert them, when
it is neither the clear nor hidden intention of the books to do so, then
somewhere along the line we have erred in our educative process. This,
of course, is circular reasoning, which brings us back to a strong case
in point: that our schools no longer offer the kind of intellectual atmos-
phere conducive to the development of minds capable of grasping
firmly the tola* significance of contemporary American democratic
society.
Arguing circularly again, on? might here add the simple sugges-
tion that presenting the student with an unhampered view of the world
in which he lives-can do no less than strengthen his assurance about
surviving in jL It is thus the most dangerous kind of short-sighted-
ness to believe that the textbook censorship process is a worthy one
performed In the name of equally worthy goals.
OVALlfK

to* the crwsors ou
YOU FORGOT SOMETHING!
Birthday for B'nai B'rith
B'nai B'rith will be 116 years old on Oct
13. The strength and significance of this inter-
national Jewish fraternal order are legion.
B'nai B'rith held its last world-wide confer-
ence in Jerusalem in a precedent-making
gathering.
One of the most exciting phenomena to
come out of the Jerusalem meeting was the
debate between then-outgoing president of
B'nai B'rith Philip Klutznick and Prime Minister
of Israel David Ben-Gurion. The results of the
debate, which examined the role of diaspora
Jewry, have since been discussed in detail in
these columns and elsewhere by many lead-
ing figures.
It is of significance on the occasion of the
Choice Governed by Need
The Suez Canal debate at the United Na-
tions is not without its dilemmas for the State
of Israel. A major one corresponds with the
American delegation's-ginger handling of this
explosive issue.
Israel Foreign Minister Golda Meir rapidly
brought to the UN her government's protest
against the UAR blockade of Israeli shipping
through the Sue Canalthis despite the fact
that It was not officially included as a question
on the agenda.
By last week, Mrs. Meir was able to report
that some 25 out of 40 member nations had
already spoken up positively in behalf of Is-
rael's position. Among them, of course, was
France.
French support of Israel's plea that Nas-
ser's blockade violates a number of interna-
tional treaties is, among other things, pred-
icated on the understanding that Israel will, in
turn, support France in the Algerian question.
Tins m ioe crux of the Jewish State dilemma,
Tor such amity may very well rrfean strained
relations with countries like Ghana.
Ghana is among the new Afro-Asian re-
publics with which Israel has enjoyed vigor-
ous ties since their emergence. To endanger
these friendships in behalf of French support
has been a difficult choice for Israel but a
choice she desperately makes today for the
sake oi her national security.
In a-strong sense, it parallels the U.S. posi-
tion, for positive American statements in behali
of Israel always affect negatively our relations
with the Arab potentates. However mild was
Secretary of- State Christian Herter's address
before the UN with respect to this nation's posi-
tion on freedom of navigation through Suez
waters, it could not help but offend the Arabs.
Thus, as Israel matures diplomatically,
she begins to feel the squeeze involved in mak-
ing political choiceschoices that are not al-
ways, unfortunately, forged on the basis of
right and that are, more often than not, govern-
ed by need.
organization's 116th birthday to note that both
the debate and the high station of its partic-
ipants amply suggested the international im-
portance in which B'nai B'rith is regarded.
The many men's lodges and women's
chapters throughout Greater Miami are a vital
part of this world order. Through their varied
programs, such as Hillel Foundation, Anti-De-
mation League and many others, they contrib-
ute to the totality of meaning that is B'nai
B'rith's as the organization meets another mile-
stone in its long and honorable history.
IF WE ASSUME that the greatest danger to American democracy
today is the military-economic challenge thrust upon it by Soviet
Communismifhow can we reasonably suggest that ignorance of the
challenge an* the challenger wiU lessen the danger? Yet. this is
precisely the principle upon which the "do-gooders" up in Tallahassee
and many of tleir shadows in Dade county" operate as they seek to
revitalize the Textbook .Censorship Bill.
The student, himself, and the future generation of which he will
be a part, are mere segments of the larger problem. Feeding him on
pabulum super-refined by self-appointed sociologists can do no less
than cripple him in the extreme, thus creating an America ripe for
conquest, by the very subverting forces we most fear.
But the more central issue here is the censor. If Tallahassee
zealots or their counterparts in Miami ultimately try to pass on the
"safety" of educational materials used in the schools, it is clear that
we shall be dealing with an infraction of personal liberties. This
highly significant question apart, who are the censors, and what are
their qualifications? The very nature of their zealousness must be
held suspect at the outset; for it is a strange man indeed who. regard-
less of his motive, -steks with impunity to impose his intellectual
frame of reference upon the will of another.
Such a process is patently dangerous to the existence of demo.
cratic societyfrequently more dangerous than the alleged ill from
which it purports to protect its citizens. Experience has shown that
the truly cultivated individual, with a keen sense of respect for the
freedom he enjoys, would shun the censor's role.
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PKtVAUHl INCOMFfTENCf IM SCHOOL BOMBS
m
IT IS THE unoriented zealot, contrarily, who would delight in it.
Schoql boards as a general rule are a harsh case in point here.
They are most often composed of men and women eminently unqual-
ified for the task before them. Frequently, they have little more
relationship to education than exists in the fact that they are parents
of youngsters attending the public schools. This, they proudly ex-
plain, is their fundamental reason for membership on the board-tbey
want to assure the "wholesomeness" of the curriculum to which their
children are exposed.
They therefore also pass on the educative process in totality, we
qualifications of teachers, and techniques of instruction Added to
this astonishing array of ignorance and ineptitude are the politicians
of tomorrow, who break into the public eye today by seeking election-
eering and offke-hoMing experience in an "innocuous" job.
Hire then are the principal elements of most school boards.
Dade county's, with one major and perhaps one minor rxceptionjs
a clear exatnfle.of jhese elementsof prevalent incompetence UP
He education. Adding to such an ill-assorted body the power of cen-
sorship r*ui]l(hcjh&'final stroke in the direction of assuring a dege_
erative school process. For what would parents not do in the nam*
assuring the 'wholeaomeness" of the curriculum to which their c
dren arc exposed? .
With tittle more than a particle of the knowledge required of mem
properly to fulfill their function as members of a school board'*T
sins against education would they not commit to guarantee the con
ued "protection" of the classroom from all the elements that maj
challenge the "whole" and the "integrated" studentfrom the F'
cal. economic and social realities of life with which he will s&oruj
have to cope?
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SUhAPPOINUD GUAHDIANS Of MOKAUTY
IF CENSORSHIP AUTHORITY is not to be vested in the school!Ward.
1 but in an outside body instead, the dangers are compounded ^
the possibility of vigilante psychology's assuming a dominant ^
grows in staggering proportion. It is difficult to choose 1,(''*e*h ^
presumably "well-intentioned ignorance of the school board ana in
cvitable fascist me.sianism of "citizen committees." -^
Perhaps there is no choice here. In either case, the ""
process receives a stinging blow. In either case, society musl ^
soft-headed and ripe fcr conquest. For where fear exists of we ^
ten word, there the enlightenment has died that is so fundament
democracy. ^
The game the boys up in Tallahassee are starting to PIa*' ,he
is especially significant in light of the recent furor surrounding
publication of "Lady Chatterleys Lover." by D. H. Lawrfnre ^
tainly. more irresponsible, uninformed observations have bee" ,,
about this book and its author, both by public officials and trie ^
ending reserve of "prominent laymen" always ready with a """^
than the novel is worth. Many never even heard of Lawrence
nor have they read anything by him other than the controversial
in question. ^
Self appointed guardians of the people's "mo-1
betrayed the questionable character of their own.
morality." they -
For were tne r~
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Friday. October 9,
Jewish War Veterans visit the new Mt. Sinai
Hospital of Greater Miami, to discuss plans for
an endowment of $50,000 to dedicate one of
the hospital's wings. Attending were A. Melon
Morris, senior vice commander; Mrs. Max
Kern, president, Florida Department, Women's
Auxiliary; Irvine Spears, commander. Post
677; Sophia Lee, Women's Auxiliary, Post 677;
Harold Ralby, commander, Post 682; N. J. Le-
vine, commander. Post 243; Ive Zavaloff, com-
mander. Post 330; Ted Lingaton, commander.
Post 681: .Mrs. Ted Lingaton, Women's Auxil-
iary, Post*681; and Mrs. Hy Morris.
UTTER TO THE EDITOR -
Reader Corrects Statement Here
EDITOR, Th Jewish Floridian:
It has come to my attention that
in your Sept. 18 issue there ap-
peared an ad, and also a letter
supposedly signed by me, which
reads: "Since I accepted a posi-
tion in Memphis, Tenn.. and am
leaving town, I am no longer su-
pervising the kashruth of the Mi-
ami kosher butcher stores. I urge
my butcher friends to cooperate
with the Orthodox Beth Din."
I vehemently deny ever having
made such a statement, or author-
ized the inserting of such an aa.
The only statement made by me
was: "Since I accepted a position
in Memphis, Tenn., and am leav-
ing town, I am no longer supervis-
ing the kasbruth of the Miami
kosher butcher stores."
If such misstatements will ever
appear again above my signature,
I will take legal action against the
responsible parties.
RABBI ARIE BECKER
Memphis, Tenn.
NEW YEAR GREETINGS .
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MR. and MRS. NATHAN C0ULT0N and Son MYRON
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Education Bureau
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Election of delegates-at-large was
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The Bureau's board of directors
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Rabbinical Assn., sisterhoods,
men's clubs, and congregations, as
well as the following delegates at
large:
Executive boardJoseph Abe-
low, Albert Beer, Ann Berkowitz,
Sue Berkowitz. Daniel Broad, Saul
Genet, Ben Zion Ginsburg, Dr.
Philip Gottlieb. Morris Honig-
baum, William Kline, Mrs. Sey-
mour B. Liebman, Oscar Mamber,
A. J. Molasky, Al Sherman, Dr.
Jess Spirer, Jack Toppell, Dr. I.
Unterman, Mrs. Henry Wernick,
Joel Zalis.
Board ot directorsEdward Co-
hen. Leon Epstein, Mrs. Charles
Feinberg, Irving Firtel. Mrs.
Charles E. Gottlieb. Judge Harry
Greenberg. Jay Kislak. Dr. A. Kit-
zen. Irving Katz, Dr. Zev Kogan.
Max Kolker. M. J. Kooelowitz, Dr.
Herman Meyer, Leo Mindlin, Nat
Sidon, William Sussman, Raphael
Yunes, Col. Nat Rood.
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\wck.
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ed two sacks of mail addressed to
Jtwt in Morocco with the expla-
nation that as a member of the
Arab League, Morocco was requir-
ed to abide by all aspects of the
League's policies, including its
anti Israel activities.
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flagrant violation of the postal
convention to which both coun-
tries are signatories, the sources
said, adding that the matter may
also be raised in diplomatic ac-
tions and at the United Nations.
Senior post office officials said
that the normal monthly traffic
between the two countries ranged
from 20,000 to 30,0*0 pieces of
mail in each direction.
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great anxiety among Moroccan
Jews in Israel who were already
alarmed by reports of recent ar-
rests of Jews in Morocco and in-
dications Of general anti-Jewish
tendencies of Moroccan authori-
ties. There are hardly any Moroc-
can Jews in Israel who do not have
family members still in Morocco,
many of whom wish to emigrate
but cannot because of the attitude
of the Moroccan government.
Will Rogts Film Due
Will Rogers will be starred in
"David Harum" at the Miami Pub-
lic Library on Oct. 15 at 8:30 p.m.
The film is the fourth in a series
of film classics, "Nostalgia." Ad-
mission is by free tickets, which
will be given out at the main li-
brary Monday. Tickets may also
be obtained at the branches if they
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Southern Leaders Told to Shun Fear
Macaobees Temple Beth Sholom Young Adult Zionist District
completes final plans for a "Bar Mltzvah" 13th annual Yom
Kippur night dance Monday evening at the DiLido hotel. Left
to right (standing) are Sam Soldinger, past president, and Har-
old Friedman, fund-raising chairman. Seated (left to right)
are Sarah Gold and Harriet Goldstein. Also assisting are
Stanley Karp, George Berkowitz, Selma Shenkman, Bertha
Lieberman, Stella Riff, Marilyn Sanders, Arnold Square, Sid-
ney Weinthal, Stanley Newmark, Lillian Boris, and Anne
Fuchs. Herbert Bloom, youth director of Temple Beth Sholom,
and Gil Rappaport, Southeast region director of. the Zionist
Organization, are advisors.
New Bom President Vows
Sweep of 'Wretched Past'
Special Report
NEW ORLEANSSouthern lead-
ers of the Anti Defamation League
of B'nai B'rith have called for
throwing off immobilizing fee)**"
and for the development of "intel-
ligent efforts" to deal with prob-
lems of human relations and law
and order in the South.
They urged that such efforts, un-
' dertaken in common with Chris-
tian groups in the South, will in
. the long run "not only help in solv-
ing race problems but lead to im-
! provement in understanding be-
tween Christian and Jew in the
South."
The statement was made by the
chairmen of six Southern ADL reg-
ional boards at tthe League's na-
tional exectuive committee meet-
ing held here. They also said
that fears among Jews arising
from violence against synagogues,
increased distribution of anti-Sem-
itic literature and other activities
of hatemongers "are not warrant-
ed."
Those reporting included Sam-
uel I. Rosenberg, of New Or-
leans, La.; Paul Seidermen, Mi-
Continued from Paftje 1-A
I Schultz that he "will see to it that
[underlying thoughts are consid-
ered in forthcoming substantive
discussions." West German educa-
j tors are now engaged in broad re-
evaluation of secondary school
I curricula.
The German president also said
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that he hoped to deepen the rela-
tionships of "mutual confidence"
between himself and Jews through-
out the world. He said that his
predecessor, Dr. Theodore Heuss.
had fostered such relations and
called them "a precious trust be-
queathed to me."
"You and we should miss no op-
portunity;" Dr. Luebke said, "to
strife for the time when nations
shall accept it as a matter of
course that persons of different
creeds and various races can live
together in harmonj."
Befth, in reporting on his study
ef West Germany, declared that
"a critical conflict is now going
on for the minde of the very
young who know little ef the Hit-
ler period."
"The battle is being fought
largely by a guilt-ridden older gen-
eration responsible for the Hitler
debacle in conflict with a middle
generation which is too young to
have been deeply involved in
Nazism, but old enough to have
fought and been cruelly hurt by
the war."
Belth celled it "a hopeful sign"
that this middle generation "is be-
ginning to exert influence in West
Germany's liberal press, schools,
and other institutions of German
life and is trying to revive the in-
tellectual life of the country"
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Henry Edward Schultz, of New
York, the League's national chair-
man, declared that increased anti-
Semitic activities have had little
effect upon traditionally friendly
attitudes towards Jews in the
South.
"Soutnerners are simply not buy-
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anti-Semitic hatemongers north-
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to exploit the racial situation," he
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Schultz also reported that in the
past year the League has enlarged
its staff and increased expendi-
tures for programming in the
South in order to cope with the
current situation.
Benjamin R. Epstein, national
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Friday, October 9,

1953
Members of the American delegation departed from Idlewild
Airport via KLM to participate in a four-day conference*"with
West German leaders on future U.S.-German relations. Left
to light are Irving M. Engel, honorary president, American
Jewish Committee, and Gov. and Mrs. Robert D. -Meyner, of
New Jersey. -
Leaders Off to Germany
For Foreign Affairs Study
Special Report
NEW YORKIrving M. Engel,
honorary president of the Ameri-
can Jewish Committee, is a mem-
ber of a delegation of 24 leading
Americans who this week partici-
pated in a four-day conference
with West German leaders on fu-
ture U.S.-German relations.
The conference, held in Bad
Godesberg, near Bonn, from Oct.
1 through 4, was related to the
forthcoming new negotiations on
Berlin resulting from the talks be-
tween President Eisenhower and
Nikita Khrushchev. It has been or-
ganized by the American Council
on Germany, an organization ded-
icated to the furtherance of un-
derstanding between the two
countries, and the Atlantic Bridge,
a German organization with simi-
lar aims.
Engel departed from Idlewild
with Gov. Robert D. Meyner, of
Now Jersey, John J. McCloy,
chairman of the Board of Chase
Manhattan Bank and former
High Commissioner of Germany,
and Loo Chorno, executive di-
rector of tho Research Institute
of America.
One of the issues presumably
taken up at the conference or in
related meetings was the problem
of education of German youth.
Last summer, Dr. John Slawson,
AJC executive vice president, and
Zachariah Shuster, head of the
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wish and without any precondi-
tions."
Mr. Loue pointed-aw* Uut in
this year's Assembly, "more than
20 countries from various conti-
nents" have supported Israel's in-
sistence; on freedom of navigation
through the Suez Canal. "Signifi-
cantly," he stated, "not one single
non-Arab country has come for-
ward in suport of the claims of the
United Arab Republic."
Mr. Lourir- recalled that the cur-1
rent Israeli-Arab difficulties orig-
inated in Arab rejection of the UN
,ne Partition Plan in 1947.
Had the Arab states accepted
that decision," he said, "both great
Semitic peoples could have bene-
fited." The Israeli concluded his
speech by asserting:
"Tho peoplo of I wool boor tho
Arab people no grudge. Our tin-
cerott dotiro it to llvo and lot
livo to work with tho many
other* for a bottor and happier
world. Our prpfowndott
AJC's European office, .visited
Germany and met with a number
of West German government, edu-
cational and political leaders, and
social scientists. Particular em-
phasis was placed on the import-
ance of utilizing human relations
principles and techniques in the
development of new educational
curricula, as well as on the issue
of dealing more fully and effec-
tively with Germany's recent past.
Among other American dele-
gate! to the Bad Godesberg con-
ference were Former U. S. Secre-
tary .of State Dean Acheson, Dr.
James B. Conant, former U. S. Am-
bassador to Great Britain, Sena-
tors Kenneth F. Keating, Mike
Monroney, Thomas J. Dodd and
Stuart Symington, Congressmen
Wayne Hayes and Alvin M. Bent-
ley, Lt. Gen. James M. Gavin, for-
mer Chief oi Army Research and
Weapons Development, Brooklyn
College president Harry Gideonse,
Henry Kissinger,, associate direc-
tor of .trje:. flajvjsrd University
Center for International Affairs.
still lios in the principle, a
equality and tho brotherhood Z
man. Our hand remain, J
stretched in peace to our ntjok
bora.' It Is our hope that Z"
timo will not be long *,,, "J
whon it will bo grasped in ,, I
for tho benefit of the region uj
all mankind." ,
Dr. Fawzi, in his address hi
asserted that the UAR was BfS
up to all international comnfc
ments regarding freedom of sfe.
ping through the Suez Canil/J
eluding the Constantinople Cos,
vention of 1888 and United Nation
declarations and resolutions,
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to the more than 25 member state*
supporting Israels case agaiut
the United Arab Republic's block-
ade of the Suez Canal. Thor Then,
chairman of the k-elandfcl
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that his government hopes "wcm;]
see the freedom of navigatm"
through the Suez Canal resUMi*
ed according to international InJ
and the Suez Canal Convention at]
1888."
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From Sitting Bull's Lap to United Fund;
Milton Cirkle's Contribution to Dade
G. Cirkle, honored Tues- Beach. He has a son, Tom Kruger;
daughter, Mrs. Albert Pollak;
and lour grandchildren, all of Mi-
ami Beach.
Cirkle began hit carter at 15
years of age at secretary to
Chicago's police chief, following
hit graduation from business
school. Six years later, he en-
tered the furniture business, an
activity in which he was- en-
gaged for 25 years. During his
last 15 years in the Windy City,
he was a licensed realtor.
Milton
day by the Dade Business and
Professional Women's Club as the
year's outstanding community
leader, was born in Chicago in the
heyday of the Erie Canal, high
>tiff collars, flowing mustaches
and sideburns.
r. and Mrs. Paul Faske and daughter, Ronnie (right), in com-
[pany of Aaron Kanner, chairman of the Greater Miami drive,
I choose their dedication facility in the new Mt. Sinai Hospital.
liami Drive Lists
lew Founder
Greater Miami fund-raising cam-
aign on behalf of Mt. Sinai Hos-
lital. headed by Aaron Kanner,
ime to a rousing start this week
ith a pledge of $50,000 by Paul
faske, Miami -industrialist.
A goal fJT$2,000,000 has been set
or the final drive which will reach
climax with the opening of the
Mt. Sirfai Hospital on Dec. 6,
be followed by the first com-
ninity wide testimonial for Max
rovitz, for ten years president of
Sinai Hospital and a philan-
ropic supporter of many other
vie projects.
Mr. and Mrs. Faske accom-
nied by their daughter, Ronnie,
sited the new building, where
ey were welcomed by Kanner.
It. Sinai Founders are donors of
,000 or more. The new Founder
se the northern front wing of
Be seventh floor for his dedica-
ion.
fhree Officers Promoted
David Stuzin, president of Citi-
Federal Savings and Loan
|ssn. of Hialeah, Wednesday an
Dunced the promotion of three
ew officers. Promoted were Ken-
R. Kinard to assistant vice
resident and branch manager;
lorton Trilling,, assistant vice
resident and. chief savings offi-
er; and W. Bentley Glass, assist-
vice president in charge of ad-
Ertising and public relations.
Greeting Card Postage
Miami Postmaster B. M. Dunlap
issued a reminder Wednesday that
the little greeting carV measur-
ing less than 2% by finches, tra-
ditionally mailed- during'1 the He-
brew High Holidays, now require
3V4c third-class postage when the
cards are left unsealed. Dunlap
made the recommendation that
these cards be sealed and sent as
first-class mail wktth 4c postage af-
fixed, to be assured of'the beat
service possible. "As first-class
mail," Dunlap stated, "these cards
also enjoy the fcee-ceturn privi-
lege, if they should fail of deliv-
ery."
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He will be 80 years old on Nov.
12. Still spry and active, he ap-
pears about 25 years younger.
Cirkle, whose life spans the ad-
ministration of 14 presidents,
Rutherford B. Hayes to Eisen-
hower, is proud of his year. He
boasts of a speaking acquaint-
ance with Annie Oakley, and of
the time he sat on the lap of
Indian Chief Sitting Bull.
Tribute was paid to Cirkle by
some 500 persons attending the
19th annual "Salute to Community
Leaders" luncheon atop the Du-
pont Plaza hotel for his "unselfish
contribution to the United Fund of
Dade County and its predecessor
organization, the Community
Chest, over a nine-year period.
During these years, he served as
district director of Normandy Isle
in the door-to-door phase of the
campaigna phase normally as-
sociated with women volunteers.
Fund spokesmen said that Cirkle
personally had raised over a $100,-
000 for health and welfare serv-
ices.
Cirkle lives with his wife, Zena,
at 1200 Stillwater dr., Miami
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activityand discovered the Com-
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eral years, he engaged in an occa-
sional real, estate transaction.
Snow white hair is the only real
sign of Milton Cirkle's years. Fre-
quently, he displays the spirit
hinted at by the proud angle at
which.he carries his head. When
presented with a birthday cake last
year by his United Fund associ-
ates, Cirkle said: "All this fuss
about a man's birthday. A birth-
day's nothing."
Cirkle came here to retire ten
years ago, and took up golf. After
a year with only golf to fill his
Gordon to be Speaker
Luncheon meeting of the Miami
Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith will
be held Tuesday noon at the Di-
Lido hotel. Jack Gordon, president
of Washington Federal Savings
jnd Loan Assn., will speak on "Re-
ligion in the Public Schools."
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having no postiBI* alternative!.)
EXPLANATIONS ACROSS
1RUGGED I* belter. Many bis
guts iniirr on TV had to
tend sith Kim hard, rlinrnui ques-
tions. Though It h b**n rerealsd
that wmt ciuli sho- bad KU-Ojf.lt
gdestinnV wtlh ftaNid Tnvdlved In set-
tin,: them ui>. such charges trr IImi-
rev. quls shows with
unlv a f> fll manyof their M-
testant.*
j_ S \LE will spoil
a da
BTMM a? e.ut.'r angler* Th.\ i-an't
; VI.S ebowtna
up unexpectedly might spoil the day
or iiiitht I'I.kI asTst who k.-
be g on
such a trip.
gT SNAP
(take a SNAP dog than
a small bo] If I tell a v..
bo l.. do* -till, hell do It
while you take his picture. A small
to catch n
leas. Prohal.lv there are just a* many
*]** as thel w'"
rradltj !: iou SOAP them, fur
a bath.
in led i R" H'SEl i mttt r a lat
>oi> uoe but tut
does them, not
> iff fingers
In Itself la en-
IKIf a comnetli
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"11 .."n thi- ntaiT
but the,. ,7*_

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thwart.
malice which ,
competing The ,,,-, ,W
'i* to wt ahe.oi too "
.raa who i, .|, "Tg
make* a nice team Her .ia
* 1* what count. Hut L3
I -t. a taaor naa uh ,
not an ALTO.
Copyraght 15. Gen. r.il r>atirttj
ADDRESS
CITY______
PHONE
STATE
COINWORD PUZZLE NO. 14 WORTH $230
If there are no correct solutions to the previeus week's
puule Otherwise price returns to beginning f 100 Jackpot.
If you wish to subscribe to The Jewish Floridian check the
square and your paper will start immediately. Subscription
price is *S per year. ? Ho far 1 years Regular subscribers
are eligible for larger prizes. See rulea.
Rules for the COINWORD Contest
1.Solve the puttie as you would any other crossword pan \,.,
CLUES ACROSS end CLL'ES DOWN tell you how :
plete words. Correct an*y.rs to this week's COIN1 u',. sill *]
In alphabetlral order. In the WON list
nJaht. a sleepy working girl wont f._Anyone |. eliflble to enter the COINWORD contest except emritowJ
look her best .-he may not I* HiH.- Mf, ,,.,.,,,1,-is t..r members of their families) of Th.- .I.,.h FVtwkaa
OKI' at allmay n .t have had time ,. rwnsaB
. ,., k,,. .,.*.. ,.r ii,.toV 1.A .-ontrsunt may submit as many entries as he wlches on the nfhx.i-1
DEADLINE THIS WEEK SUNDAY MIDNIGHT, OCT. 11
Cut along the dotted line, paste on a 3 cent postcard and mail to
COINWORD Editor, The Jewish Floridian, P.O. Box t73. Miami 1, Fla.
CLUES ACROSS
1It's often complicated to as-
semble tots for a bill
huilrhng project.
7Part of to be.
8Nothing.
10A good doctor ia constantly
new iues from the re-
ports ot" medical research.
18Some p*opl# are wonderfully
swotrghtful in what is
seeded in a grief-stricken
household.
14-Thus.
18That woman.
IT-A kid's picnic wouldn't be
much fun w.thout a lot of
this.
18Baby s.tur- may sometimes
be warned not to do this.
21Symbol. Tellurium.
23This may be useful when a
lonely woman wants to ingrat-
iate herself with the neighbor-
hood children.
24A beach outing brings a _____
of cheer to children in a found-
linga' home
25Belonging to.
2&-Fowl.
28Its troublesome if the ______
you counted on should give
way in a crisis
29 Whan there are rumors of
money hidden away by the de-
ceased, relative* take the____
very seriously.
30You'd probably have trouble
with a washing machine that's
overloaded with thm.
CLUES DOWN
1Ambition may keep a man too
preocouQied to nofice what his
egiecteW wife, about.
2Raw mineral.
8At target practice, the begin-
ner is delighted if his first
shot at the buHs-eye is a
hit.
4Inhabitants of Eire.
5String mvers go to great
trouble to the cord
around a thoroughly tied up
package.
6Note of the scale.
9A cross-country hitchhiker with
a suitcase often has to
it more than he intended.
11Require.
12Guinea: Abbr.
15Unclose: Poet.
16Some unexpected can
lead to a tug of war between
Morn and little Willie.
19 Resort town in S.C.
20The owner of a gun that's____
better be prepared for trouble.
21A broken one may cause a girl
to stay home from a party.
23A girl without much________
will hardly get far as a model.
27Inside of.
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Sweat...
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ItA buntlar may find himself rum-
ins; to n HALT, wita an way out,
liens the wrons; door in flefitut.
-r h- finals himself In an Inner
HAM., or in a closet. It bring* him to
a HAI,T.
ISIts a risk to RaflLAT money
throtarh a third person you're not
sure you can truer Whether you wish
to RKf'AY a loan, or lurn over money
for a purchase. It's b*aj to do It
dlrwcUT unless you can trust the In-
termediary.
2CAn add lot becomes desperate whan
a detertlve BOOKS him on a aar-
eotlca charter. His name ia raaistered
in the police file, and he Is jailed with
small chance of Benin* aay Whan
e detective HOOKS (catenas)) him.
It's less final; It's still possible to
break away.
JTA shallow th.nkcr should not try
to JCDGE the opinion of an ex-
aert In his field. An amateur Is not
ia a poiwtion to evaluate profeseloti.il
theories. Thoiirh BUDOB (stir, or i
n..vri is sometimes used figuratively
in the mental aense. It's ueuallr some
ersi.n o "will not BlTXJaV or
e..me thins:.
EXPLANATIONS DOWN
I<""ommunat irovernments fr-^pr
any rwUgtooa KK\'KHEXCbT thay
reran! aw. and raajarl for the church
is i onimanisrn's reat enemy In al-
ia, king the chttr. h. however, their
propacanda ne<-e>s.irlh must make
aismf RBPKRBNCE to n. a saentlon
o it. from time ta time.
!An EASTER present could be
colorad ecus, if 3..m has ao time
o stake little. Sue a sprint; drewa i".l-
ored essa are an KASIKR present, of
course, but there would be no point
In auch a irtft except at KAKTHR
Many UiYAL, union member*
stand by their leader who'* char-
ged with itraft. Either ttiev don't be-
lieve the .harges. they are <.a-
arned only with imsrovsd roadltions
"*,>" brouaht a boot for them. This
holds true whether they are UOCAB
union members, or part of the nation-
al leadership
(A vigorous boy hates to have Bit;
ttster PAW him. In a clumsy
way. she tries to show affertloa. but
that type of boy ia iirihaiiase.il by
r? k* ^"V1"*' A PAT- uph ""
the head, la a fleeting gesture that
tna boy would object to rather than
hate
contestant may submit at many entries as he wishes on the i
blank printed In this paper, but ns m<-e than one ex... -v,. : hgnjj
facsimile of the puule. No mechanically reproduced' (printed. minwmL
etc .1 copies of the messace will be accepted, ualeaa Issued t this papwT
4.To submit aa entry, the contestant should attach the .....; a 9-cent postcard and mall It in time to reach the i'i .in WORR k.
Th* Jewiah Morldlan before midnight of the Sunday evening follosinjM
tloa of that week's puule. Nu entries received after th.it tlma, shrihwi
ed or delivered by hand, will be declared elhrtblr. Tou may mall yew a
in an envelops If you wish. Thia paper la not reasons*.:.- for entries I
delayed In the mail.
The Jewish Klorldlaa will award a jackpot prise to the sinner (<
\\ i iltli puule If more than one winning anawer 1* rtcelt ed. the v__
be divided equally among the winners U ao correct solution ia recthsll
will be added to the next weeks prise.
.There I
that correc
contestants agree ta a
paper
only oae correct solution to
t anawer can win.
th* COINWuT'.Ii putale. An! ,
The decision of th* judges is final i_
abide by the judges' decision. All entrit* bew-n.1
pr\.prty af this papvr Only on. prise will be awarded to latalb ubil
rEntries must b mailed to the Ci>INWie JewU ]
*Begalar sutatcrthera to The Jewiah FlorsSlan who win sill rel(
prise bonus.
No entries ean be returned The correct answer of sack punk I
pawaahed la The Jewish Floridian.
'n
^"L'A ^nnwctetl with the camp must
**r^i^o ."'?" 'ur* wh" !
ull|i rrom a man's claims of big
71'K: Jf *serate* his "big
deals. Knowing he magnifies hi* suc-
ees*. you d naturally UEIX.CT or
subtract something from his claims
hut more than that, you re tempted
to conclude (DEDUCE) that th. whole
build-up may be false
,4 HARPS are pretty hard to handle
_ W.h. *U,.r fl"ers. Suppleness Is
Pluck the strings HASPS
etc.need
needed to
clasp* for doors, chests.
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AIKEN
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TARES
CARPS
CHIC
CHIN
i-'iNTinrot-s
COKTINUOVfl
DAVTI.K
DAWDLE
DAT
ITDS
OH
HEN
HINT
HINT
IV
IRISH
KIN
KNACK
T.;
LOADKD
LOANHD
I ':
NEAR
VEAT
NEED
NIL
(r
PEP
PIN
POP
BsaY
READINa
REAPING
RENIHXC
SENSING
sTE
SNACK
S<1
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SlfNK
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TE
TOOTH
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October 9. 1959
+Jewish ncrldliain
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I
jtnouncing campaign for $2,450,000 for the Cedars of Leb-
jn Hospital to begin on Nov. 14 are Dr. Morton M. Halpern
l), president, and Dr. Morris H. Blau, chairman of the build-
committee. Total cost of building will be $4,200,000, with
istruction scheduled to begin in six to eight weeks.
gypt Keeps Wealth Confiscated
Wake of Sinai Campaign
lRIS (JTA) None of the
n c '.i m e n repatriated! from
.)! after the Sinai campaign of
most of whom are Jews, have
received "the bit of the assets"
left behind, even when these
is were not dissipated by
frptian take-over managements,
fas reported here.
le report was made by the Su-
or Council of Frenchmen
id-.;it its 13th session. The
icil ijj a consultative group
ill advises the French Govern-
t on' problems affecting
iichmon in overseas countries.
Ide Ca> iionml. -secretary general
j the .French Ministry for For-
Affairs, presided.
rhe report, which made it clear
kt the return of Jews to Egypt
i prohibited by the United Arab
public, said that they there-
were unable to return to
Egypt to moke arrangement*
for their abandoned property.
There are about 800 such French
Jews.
The Council was expected to
make recommendations to ease
these problems for consideration
by the French Foreign Ministry
"in the context of French-Egyptian
relations," a spokesman for the
Ministry said. France and the
United Arab Republic last year
reached an agreement on the dis-
position pf and indemnification for
properties of Frenchmen who had
to leave Egypt.
It was also reported here Tuesday
that the UAR has set Oct. 29 as
the final date for filing of applica-
tions for desequeslratton of prop-
erties taken over by the Egyptian
government after the Sinai cam-
paign.
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Cedars of Lebanon
Campaign Drive
For $4,250,000 Here
An all-cut campaign to obtain
$2,450,000 in gifts for the Cedars
of Lebanon Hospital is scheduled
to begin on Nov. 14. This will pro-
vide funds with which To complete
the entire six floors of the $4,200,-
000 facility, which will be erected
on the site of the new Metropolitan
Medical Center at NW 12th ave.
and 14th st.
Announcement of the forthcom-
ing drive was made by hospital
president Dr. Morton M. Halpern,
at a meeting of the hospital's
board of directors.
Chairman of the building com-
mitt**. Dr. Morris H. Blau, also
revealed that actual start of con-
struction is planned before the
end of the year.
In making the announcement.
Dr. Halpern revealed that a bond
sale, which was begun 16 months
ago. to obtain $750,000, has been
entirely subscribed, and that an
additional $1,000,000 in mortgage
funds has been made available by
a group of local banks. This leaves
a balance of $2,450,000 required to
complete the 282-bed facility.
This sum will be sought in gifts
from the campaign that will begin
on Nov. 14. Organization of a large
campaign committee is well un-
derway, and the start of advance
gifts solicitation is about to begin.
"A distinguished campaign com-
mittee of more than 1,000 leading
Miamians is virtually completed,"
Dr. Halpern stated. The campaign
leadership is expected to -be -an-
nounced within a few days.
Dr. Halpern also revealed that
an advisory board of trustees of
more than 60 prominent citizens is
now being formed.
"Though doctors' played a key
role in hunching of this effort,
as in all voluntary, non-profit
community hospitals, the reins
of this project must be assumed
by the lay community," Dr. Hal-
pern declared.
He also expressed the intention
of the hospital to complete its
building and become operational,
without any further bond financ-
ing, which he declared "was a
means which helped to carry
through the early stages of this
ambitious project."
In stressing the need for hospital
beds, Dr. Halpern brought atten-
tion "to the shortage that was re-
ported in Miami hospitals during
the past week."
"If this is the situation during
the off season," he declared, "you
will realize the nature of our prob-
lem."
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+Jewlsi>Fk)rkilain
Page 13-A
Kippur Services Sunday Eve
firmed from Page 3-A at 4 d m Si.rmnn ;. xr .
renders the musical por- Rabbi Henry Okolica will offi. Cantor Lou!s Goldiarb renders the
ciate at Friday evening services of
the North Dad* J.wish Contor.
13630 W. Dixie Highway. Satur-
day services are at 8:30 *.m. Yom
Kippur will be ushered in with Kol
Nidre services Sunday at 5:30 p m
Sermon will be "We Stand Before
God." Stanley L. Cohen, North-
Dade president, is scheduled to
speak on An Annual Address." ; Eternity of the Jew." Monday ser-
Monday services commence at 8
a.m. Yizkor memorial will be at
11 a.m. Cantor HttrittTn1 -March-
bein-Marbiny renders, the musical
nnrtirvnc nf tkn l;.._l. m_m
he liturgy, assisted by the
rider the direction of Eli
Kol Nidre will launch
Kippur observance Sun-
i p.m. Sermon Is "Sabbath
paths." Yom Kippur serv-
Monday commence at 8
er'mon will be "Afflicting
Yizkor memorial fol-
INcilah concludes the Yom
iHoly Day at 4:45 p.m.
ath of Repentance services
[held at Bath Jacob Congre-
301-3,11 Washington ave.,
iy at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Tibor
pill officiate at Yom Kippur
to be launched with Kol
pSinday at 5:45 p.m. Sermon
the Love of Life." Mon-
vices will be at 8 a.m. Ser-
scheduled as "The House
Yizkor memorial will
loon. Cantor Maurice Mam-
f rcrf^ the musical portions
jirgy Jfcilah concludes the
BflBP'Wfeervance at 4:45
ie B'nai Snolom, 16800 NW
l\ c, will hold Friday serv-
8:ie->p.nf. Rabbi Sheldon
witt officiate and preach
topic "To Repent is to Win."
Ben Grossberg renders the
portions of the liturgy.
Ih of Repentance services
|Saturday .at 9:30 a.m. Ser-
Vill be "We Pause." Yom
will be inhered in with
(es Sunday at 6 p.m. Sermon
Kiuled as -nVho is the King
Monday services are at
Rabbi Edwards will discuss
| None'Who-Believe Shall be
lii.md NfiiaJx concludes the
IKippur observance, with a
In r,n VJhe Inding is Really
ginning." -
:lftOlr- Cenftr, 50 NW 51st pi.,
[ap'FWHy" 6 p.m.; Services.
"> s.enlces-are at 8:45 a.m.
(idre will usher in the Yom
w^onjfnce "Sunday at 5:30
ScrnVdH'wffl'W "The Mean-
Kol N'idro fri the 20Jh Cen-
C'antor Fred Bernstein ren-' memonal will be at H a.m. Ser-1
the musical portions of the mon is "Lest w* For80t.r- Morris
|y. Yom Kippur services | Brooks, Nathan LossmaB and the,
choir under the direction of Mrs.
Nat Lurie will render. 8je.musical
ma^tcW porlfbW'bf'imriMIPfyV
Friday evening services at the
Hebrew Academy, 918 6th St., will
be at 5:45 p.m. Saturday services
are at 8:45 a.m. Rabbi Alexander
Gross will speak on "How Difficult
is Penitence?" Kol Nidre will
launch the Yom Kippur observance
Sunday at 6 p.m. Sermon is "The
vices are at 7:45 a.m. Yizkor me-
morial will be at 10 a.m. Sermon
is "Short Cuts to Judaism." Rabbi
Abraham I. Twersky chants the
portions of the liturgy. Neilah con-1 services.
eludes the Yom Kippur observance I c.rm, .. ,
at 5 p.m. Rabbi Okolica will\sS^L VjStt SEES
preach on "The Dead Shall Rise EL^Air" h-ld Frlday serv'
Again."
Temple Emano-EI, 1701 Wash-
ington ave., will hold Friday eve-
ning services at 6:15 p.m. Satur-
day services are at 9 a.m. Sabbath
of Repentance sern*tjy Rabbi
Irving Lehrman will be on the
"Weekly Portion!* ~Tantor Israel
Reich renders the musical por-
tions of the liturgy. Bar Mitzvah
of Stanley, son of Mr? and Mrs.
Ernest J. Bernstein, nd Scott, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert S. Young.
Kol Nidre will laun* the Yom
Kippur observance Sunday eve-
ning, 7 p.m., at Miami Beach Audi-
torium. Services continue at the
auditorium Monday jt 9 a.m. Yiz-
kor memorial is at 11 a.m. Rabbi
Lehrman will preach and chanT
the Neilah prayer.
Rabbi Solomon"ScTiltf^wni offi-
ciate at Friday evening tetvices of
Beth El Congregation, 500 SW 17th
ave., at 5:45 p.m. Saturday serv-
ices are at 8:30 aun. Yom Kippur
will be ushered in af servfces Sun-
day at 5:45 p.m. Sermoaf is "The
Call to Our Souls." Majjday serv-
ices commence at 7:30^a.m. Ser-
mon will be "RemembrancePre-
requisite for Atonement/' Yizkor
nTemoriiB is at M!30 a.-rn.'
Southwest Jewish Center, 6438
SW 8th st., will hold Kol Nidre
services Sunday at 5:30 p,m. Ser-
mon is "Our VOws." Moadey serv-
ices commence at 8 a.m. Yizkor
ices at 8:15 p.m. Sermon is "In-
quiry and Iniquity." Sabbath of
Repentance services will include
the Bar Mitzvah of Allan, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Louis LeWinters. j
Rabbi Samuel April officiates at'
this 9 a.m. service. Kol Nidre will
launch the Yom Kippur observ-
ance Sunday, 5:15 p.m., at Dade
County Auditorium. Cantor Jacob
Israel Neuman will render the
musical portions of the liturgy.
Sermon is "The Light of Life."
Monday services commence at 8
a.m. Sermon will be followed by
Yizkor memorial at 11 a.m.
Rabbi Jonah Caplan will offici-
ate at Yom Kippur services of
A d a t h Yeshurun Congregation
Sunday, 5:30 p.m., at Carpenters
Hall, 625 NE 131st St. Services
continue Monday at 8 a.m.
In appreciation for the support of the Israel Bond program
given by Beth El Congregation during the 1958 High Holiday-
appeals, William Bornstein (center). Builders' chairman of the
Greater Miami Israel Bond committee, presents an Israel-made
ritual spicetox to Rabbi Solomon Schiff (left) and Philip Berk-
owizt (right), president of the congregation.
Rosh Hashona Worshippers Hit $103,000
Mark in Bond Sales for 23 Percent Boost
Appeals for Israel Bonds were
conducted at Beth El, Monticcllo
Park. Tifereth Jacob, North Dade
Jewish Canter, Dade Heights Jew-
ish Center, Southwest Jewish Cen-
ter, Kneseth Israel and Torah
Temple.
Rosh Hashona worshippers at
eight Greater Miami congrega-
tions purchased $103,000 in IsraeJ
Bonds in response to appeals by
nationally-noted speakers, it was
reported Wednesday by Dr. Irv-
ing Lehrman and Joseph Cohen,
Israel Bond High Holidays chair-
men.
Dr. Lehrman and Cohen an-
nounced that the Rosh Hashona
purchases this year represented an
increase of 23 percent over pur-
chases at the same congregations
last year.
lay are af #ajA. Yizkor me-
will b J4 11:45 a.m. Ser-
"A new YearA New Life."
Ih concludes Yom Kippur at 5
juith the sounding of the Sho-
npWfleth SHelom, 4144 Chase
portions of the*l*rtirgyv4t JJie Yom
Kippur observance*.
Cantor EmanueT Manaei will of-
ficiate at Friday-Aty^iAg -aty vices
of Dade Height* JiwHh Congrega-
tion, 18169 NW 2nd ave. at 8:15
...ill r;,ij r -j I-----: i "# ioito iir ^na ave., at o:io
,, c S ay services at I P.m. Oneg Shabbat hosts are Mrs.
Saturday services are | Emanuel Brown: fct4to. Sal de
|:45 a.m. Bar Mitzvah of Roger
-on of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
It-rritt, 4485 Adams ave. Yom
ur will be launched with Kol
services Sunday at 7 p~.m.
ft Leon Kronish will officiate
preach on "For the Sin of Si-
Monday services are at
[a.m. Yizkor memorial will be
EDWIN SOLOMON
phun's Hebrew:
book store
Caro. Saturday servicef'are at 9'-----------------------------------------
a.m. Yom Kippur yill $aMewached
Rabbi Herman M. Contjfcffioiates HOIH6 KOSldeilTS
with Cantor MandejHHen/jKippur
services Monday are*3r8*W -a.m.
Yizkor memorial will be at 11 a.m.

Beth Israel Congregation, 4000
Prairie ave., will hold Friday eve-
ning, services at 5:45 p.m. Satur-
Slate Service
Residents of Douglas Gardens,
1 Jewish Home for the Aged, are
;.services at o:w p.m. e ur- busy planning their annual Kol,
day morning services are at 8:45. Nidre and Yom Kippur services to
a.m. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman will be held in the Home's Max Land
officiate at Kol Nidre services t Synagogue.
Sunday at 5:45 p.m. Moirfayser*.; Kj services wil, ,!
th^tJLJ& WU1 conducted entirely by residents.
The Torah-Pnesthood. |Cantors, Torah readers, and resi-
At the Israelite Center, 3175 SW. dents have been meeting with the
25th st. Rabbi Morton Malavsky Home's mashgiach and group work
will officiate at 6 p.m. sfrvtcesisupervisor to put the final touches:
Friday. Sabbath of Repentance \ on their presentatioas.
services are Saturday at 9 a.m.]
, Sermon will be "Return O Israel."
Iiami Beech J Koi Nidre iauncnes the Yom Kip
Solomon Heads
Appeal Group
Edwin Solomon, first vice presi-
dent, was Wednesday named chair-
man of the advanced gifts com-
mittee of Zamora Jewish Center. |
Sidney H. Palmer, president,
said the committee will function
with particular* reference to the
Yom Kippur appeal.
Named as advanced gifts com-1
mittee members were Aaron Bud-
nick, second vice president; Na-
than DavidOw. third vice presi-
dent; and Harry Green and
Ephraim Collins, members of the.
Tamora board.
-
Cocktail party Thursday, 8
p.m., at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Davidow, 647 Pa-
lermo, Coral Gables, was to be
the site of a planning session for
the appeal.
"Funds ^^*o\tf""tMs year
more than* |ypr tri^ finanpo the
completion 'o*5W!Hy!furnished
Zamora facilities," Solomon said |
Wednesdays stressing the need for
support of thq Yom Kippur appeal.
Rabbi B, Leon Hurwitz will offi-1
ciate at the Yom Kippur service,
with Cantor Meyer Gisser render-
ing the musical portions of the!
liturgy. Cantor Rudolph Brill will1
assist.
Appeals at 22 other Greater Mi-
ami congregations mrm yet to be
made on Yom Kippur. In addi-
tion, several large congregations
are planning to hold dinners on
behalf of Israel Bonds, in lieu
of appeals during High Holiday
services.
These include Temple Emanu*
El, Temple Beth Sholom, Betn Da-
vid Congregation, Temple Jiidea,
and Temple Beth Am.
Speaking on behalf of Israel
Bonds at Rosh Hashona services
were James G. McDonald, first
U. S. Ambassador to Israel; Yaa-
cov Morris, Consul of Israel in
New York; Julius Schatz, nation-
ally-noted community leader, who
is director of the Community Serv-
ice Bureau of the American Jew-
ish Congress; and Judah A. Rich-
ards, business and public relations
executive of New York.
Rosh Hashona speakers stressed
Israel's urgent need for bond dol-
lars for the construction of hous-
ing units for thousands of immi-
grants who are still living in tents
and tin huts. They pointed out that
each housing units is constructed
at a cost of $3,000.
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Pag* 14-A

Frilay. Octal*,
With Bookv. By WlttY M1NDUN
Contrast In Books On Jewish History And Tradition
THE BIRTHDAY OF THI
Nnr^Y
T'* PUftLIS**Mu MOWS* of Farrar. Straus and
Cudahy anjiUpal forth an oimiiafti book. perfect
for Roaa Hiraana giving. Froot
m -h P>W "shm" on taw front thrsagh its sixty
pages of lovely prating and Chagall 1111(1 the hall
mask of Out book is beauty. Written by Maahe Davis aad
Vicar Rataer. i: ft based oa a series of m
by the National Pliaaanf Pummitui of the J
kapeai Seaaaaarr af Aasoneo.
The book was conceived, so ax what mystically, per-
haps, arson d the nuaaber eight. There are eight sections,
each one corresponding to a major bobdav
Hashena to Rash Hashooa with the six beiwet_
there were seen days of creauoe. the day ia which we
lire ts tht Eighth Day of Creation. The authors allow
laiiagfti a ripple out iron the philosophical center of each
hotatay. aad in their quiet war. they have many fine
things to say.
The seeooa on Yon Kippur. for example, considers
"The saa am have committed m lowering oar pareats and
teachers." It says, however, not the ordinary things, but
this: "We have to learn how to remain children to oar par-
ents after we ourselves have become fathers and mothers"
' r, after all the books aad lectures, one of the elear-
aad most beautiful ways of patting it I have
Again, in the pages en Purim. they say: "It Is
prejudice to deny those who are closest to us their right to
be different"not a new ihoaght. certainly, but newly
put. with its emphasis on prejudice.
addition The book looks simple, but u ,
mere collection of aphorisms, but integrated
well conceived'and beaubfudy "presented7"
.
ACROSS THE THRESHOLD. A fends H, -
Hama-akae. fty Shorn, ft. Lam ., SyHi.?,.
2St pp. New York: Ferrer. $*.*, snTcvalJ
The book, written for the woman who wiauuJ
Jewish hooaehold. eoueets in one volume nan
basic teebnaanan of hsaiiiniiin for the ol
il>. The sections on the holidays aad eu
good, with many uscfnl tips and suggestion.
half of the book, which include* chapters!
Fun" and Making the Moat of Your
mini a dead was. bat I'm prejudiced-I don-M
------ *------- nvma a oeao mas, oui i m prejuaieed-I dan
Rash Marc Chagall $ soft-eyed animals and stubby hmbed telling me how to live. Others, perhaps, do.
. ten, people, their heads perpetually askew and their faces The hook has for me > tr.^,..^.' ,
,-,-, their heads perpetually askew and their faces
blurry and sensitive under the mystical skies, are a happy
OH the tecer.
By NATHAN 11PHH
What's Behind the Return to Religion?
A RECENT uaj by the 1'naoa
^ of American Hebrew Congse
gataans. under the aegis of Rabbi
Jerome K Davidson, discloses an
pattern af thiaking
Reform Jewish teen-agers.
One would hare thn light that the
aft of that segment of Jean
held rnmalwely different attitudes
>c Jewish ecobkaas than one mreht find
the young in other orientations of Judaism
But. accordir.i to this cnhiaauirfs undemanding of
Rabb: Davidson s findings, no such disparity exists.
The basic concern of Reform teen-agers is
Jewish survival. I/nuke their kin of two or three
decades ago they have a more positive approach to
Jewish living and the Jewish milieu m which they
are mov.ng. Because they are possessed by an en-
hanced feeling of security as Jews, they are stror..
against intermarriage and fearless of inter-faith
daung. The young people in the Reform fold have
neither fear of anu-Semiusm nor of being identifed
as Jews in their community and other climates af
activity Reflecting their new sense of security was
their reply to the question of wrer-faith dating and
as corollary problemintermarriage On the issue
of dating outside the faith, some 78 percent said thev
had no objection u> gang out alone on a date with
* avJ*o. lateresuagty enough, the margin against
intermarriage was as high as for interbank dating
another inuactaou of the new sense of directeaan.
Most of the yinmgiiiij snad they mere opposed
to mtermamage because they wanted to remain
OftftTSftfts Wewsiwffcr: ty EUAftU SAlftTtl
Jews and to lead Jewish lives when they grew up.
This response, in this corner's opinion, reflects in
this specific sampling more the impact of education
and outside social forces than purely home influ-
ences. The time when Jews were loiiaftuiul of a
marginal faith ia the communities of the I'aited
States is long past aad the Jewish youngsters of to-
day who cavort the streets and halls of learning are
no longer burdened by the weight of constant con-
scinamcrs of distinctiveness. They are of America.
of an America with multiple fauhs. diverse tradi-
tions and muhi-hued cultures.
Perhaps the most interesting facet of the study
is disclosure that the God-concept of a heavy per-
centage of these Reform Jewish youths is the anti-
thesis af the views bead by their parents, rabbis and
teachers. These young people bebeve in a personal
God who rewards, punishes and iipmili to individ-
ual prayer This would seem to indicate that the
young folk of Reform persuasion are either baffled
by the God-concept of their elders or else are grop-
ing for a new theology, one in which the concept af
a personal God would be reconciled with basseRe-
form theology.
Cynics may laugh at such an eventuality, but
ft*"1 raT observation of the young in the Reform
aoeeaeat it would appear that the traditional Re-
form concept of God is beyond warmth to the normal
voamg worshipper. One sack yoang man. a brilliant
student, recently told this writer that he saw no
tency between belief in a personal God and
religious practice. He saad he
to bebsf in that kmd of
S^L^SJ*^-*1 **- of hiaaam-tsand
Z**?J*_"" fa aaotanee. even the most
"*- "-W" u severed from the source.
The book has. for me. one tremendjasi
that is its tone, which is patronizing, can]
occasionally gives the impression that it
the simple minded. "DO prepare for the
ing up the Hanukkah lamp" gush the
viiit friends during services. Don't ce.
the synagogue Show the proper respect"
book is intended for the uninformed, it con iU uvm naive level of information, which sooeftmi
beyond mediocrity to become downngh: inaccufttT!
r**flwr.srlteration of Hebrew words is about at btrftj
ever seen. too. mainly due to the -----rimrd;
I at cues ot dm.
Tim book is useful in many parts
and irritating throughout.
By DAVID SCHWA
Man in Moon a Jew
IT IS NOT general!.'
' is a Jew on the m<
They Agree to Disagree =
c*
IMS OUT OP the Arab League
I*s sessaaas m CmMnari is
- ; -',;
: .-*-
"-a: the Pai
anjy faded to nace the nral Arab
x=s but has aamnry become a aim
5M?-lH,y"" **-* *iw^ *---*- ft*
^"b claim that ft ft Israel that as dara*atheArab
charged a
r^r< aad
the bnabftry between Egyp, ami
maas, as CoL Nasser's
the very
of the doth and the laity are a
by what has been called a reug-
revrral m the 1'a.ted States.
are of the opaaiou that the
* evidence-din mmuuial church
is genuine, a product of the
of the mystery of creation in
of the birth of the new science
aha r"22 S- iMket!^m r*,iious '*
"** heaag spurious ia essence and
;lw*!!L?TT- *** "** **** -
- the outgrowth of one of our
un ii 1. emalatang our aeigh-
of the religious scene believe
toward sacred doors dues not
- a reiuaous i|milmg bat
The path to
by fear alone. When
ft because they bebeve
____KWSMOU*
knows tsMI
moon. He is uti
| bowtiis, that. I am afraid *t a
very proud of. The Talmud anil
-ash. teUing about thi< Jew. ffis
! was Yaahev and be was sentenced |
m the moan for the sin of d
vood on the Sabbath.
He was a Sabbath noliter mil
may have gone from bad to worse. Osl
. it may be that, on the aaooo. he repeahdl
became a good Jew. particularly since on the
is no wood to chop. Or if he didn't it may very I
that his descendants became good Jews It u _
the case that, if the patents arc estranged from the I
the children are drawn to ft.
If you study Jewish battery, you will find w
that some of the heat Jews have come from a
** not particularly Jewish. Tan goes even isl
** Mooes, who was rafted in the Egyptian court
they didn't keep the Sabbath, but Moser became n
observaa Sabbath keeper. In fact, he isitauted
Also Rabbi Akiba aad RabM Tarpbu''
nts of proselytes, who hadn't been Jem ft I
h* we think a hrUe deeply about the subject, w skull
understand why suck things haapiu Truth is likekJ
tune The person who discovers or acqu.re* it by ft"J
is more likely to esteem it than he who comes M
inheritance.
Lakish in the Talmud ft quoted as saying: 1**J
Jew who adopts Judaism ft laillail to more mot "4
the Jew by birth; for the utter is entitled to ao psrwa3
merit since he heard the Lord at Mt. Sinai prodii""*
faith."
Jews have always had a
It is made of green cheese, and Jews -.--.- -
ges. Many years ago. there used to be a very iTj
Yiddish song. 'Schoen vie die Levaneh Pretty urn]
Moon").
Take our kobdays. Tkey always begin on the erftj
The greatest eve* l
^^JwaiS
mae m the night. *"i
In fact, on Passover, at the SeftT"
In the Middle of the Nigft. *
high regard for tft
ad Jews always lixeH sJ*
before when the anon ft _
Jewish history was the Exodus
take place? It was in the
of all
.called
the wonderful things that happened
of the nightt.
to Israel-*
The sun is a little too bright for the best in -
*un makes for order and an excess of respectabilit)
lft!
S-RSftvom.^
Tft'
daolars as Dr. A. A.
Lerui and other prominent Aaaoncaa educators. ^
unae edfted by H B. Bass, covers only the Ourd ^
*arth letters u the Jewish alphabet. *<0*,riiaul
t* the second hook of what van appauatly be a ~~
tft* SKMasge rt*^a
^masfty-nftJ^Bl
wnhaabji iftt *^dft|
erance is w *. "^ftl
Me-cyeku-**^
unamaj


f, October 9. 1959
*:Jcn1st fhrkUnn
Page 15-A
My&w
LEGAL NOTICE
BY HENRY IIONARD
"Every Yom Kippur the Rabbi always preaches
about our greed and selfishness. Why doesn't
he stick to religion?"
Ce*r. 1M. Leonard Tr llikln
LEGAL NOTICE
e county judge's court
ind for oaoe county,
Iflorida in probate
No. 47451-C
Estate of
|CIS sclll-NKbiR
'CeSSed.
gOTICE TO CREDITORS
Creditors aid Ail Persons Hav-
ralrru or Demands Against Said
are hereby notified and re-
10 present any clalnia and de-
li which you may have against
state of !>>l'I8 ST'HI'.NKKR de-
late of Dade County, Florida,
County Judges of Dade County,
the same In their offices in
punty Courthouse In Dade Coun-
i.rida, within eight calendar
hs from the date of the first
ballon hereof, or the same wit]
iJTed.
IK.I.PH 8CHENKER Executor
ihe Batata of I*iis Schenker.
S, RELMAN KAPLAN
F'ifty Building
J.W. 1st Street
ll. Florida
9.1R-2&. 10/9-9
[NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
|HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THK
rENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
>RIOA IN AND FOR DADE
(COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. SBC MM
>THY CHRISTIAN,
lalntMf,
vs.
JZO CHRISTIAN,
efendant.
8UIT FOR DIVORCe
lAI/iNZO CHRISTIAN,
IJ '. fendant
IS" Hovt Street
IN'ewark, New Jersey
in. AUiNZO CHRI8TIAN. are
T>y notified that a Bill of Com-
(t for Divorce haa been filed
list you, and you are. required to
t copy of your Answer or
(illng to the BUI of Complaint on
iniiff'a, At'ornev. BXTM'N A
p'i. 902 Alnsley Building, Miami
'i-nda and file the original An-
' I'leading In the office of the
of the Circuit Court on or be-
lie '.Mth dny of October. 1*. I'
[l ill to lo so, judgment by default
lie taken against you for the
demanded in the Bill of Com-
II
ll notice shall be published onM
week for four consecutive weeka
Pit- PKWISII FloRIDIAN.
I'M: AND ORDERED at Miami.
'la, tills 14th day of September,
E II I.EATH'-T'MAN. Cerk
Ircult Court, Dade Countv, Florida
By: K. M I.YMAN,
Deputy Clerk.
.MAN & DCHIQ
Alnsley Bids.
'I 32, Florida
ounsel for Plaintiff
9/la-JV 10/2-9
/HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EVENTH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT OF
LORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
_, No. 59C 9274
|,x"t I.. HTKB'ICH, -
" llalntlff,
BF.PH LCCEWICH.
I'.fendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
"ii. J08BPH LCCEWICH. Corner
'mi I,,ck Avenue and Brace Avenue*
J'li Amhov, New Jersey, are re-
l-eil to file your answer to the
P'liliilnt of divorce with the Clerk
|the above Court and serve a OOpy
reof upon Herman Cohen, Attor-
f 130S Cnnr~ !?' Ml-ire'
f> 'I>. on or before November 1,
' IT else i on |'l. I 1 Will lie I
confessed. Dated September 29,
i: F!. I.EATHEHMAN. Clerk.
cult Coun. Dude County, Florida
By: JOAN SNEEDEN.
Depi
10/I-9-M-2S
LEVIN A CO.
BROKERS
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!? 714 Sevaels IMIitfl
Miami 32. Florida
Ttleehon. Ft 44114
LEGAL NQTICE
IN T*HE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 41463
IN UK: Estate of i>_*t
ISABELLA BROOKS
Deceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that .we
have filed our Final Report and Peti-
tion for Distribution and Final Dis-
charge aa Executors of the estate of
ISABELLA BROOKS, deceased: and
that on the 20th day of October, 1959,
will apply to the Honorable County
Judges of Dade County. Florida, for
approval of said Final Report and for
distribution and final discharge aa
such Executors of the estate of the
above-named decedent. This l">th day
of September, 1959.
WILLIAM E. BROOKS
ETHEL I. RODGER
MYERS, HUMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys
Eleven Flftv Rldg.
1150 8.W. 1st St.
Miami, Florida
9/18-85.10/2-9
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
JOYS LAUNDROMAT at 3038 Coral
Way Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
3058 CORAL WAY, INC.
ALVIN S. CAWN
Attorney for Applicant
1 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
10/2-9-16-23
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
NO. 59C 9230
MARION EVELYN GAUTIER,
Plaintiff,
va.
ALC1DES OAITIER.
Defendant.
6UIT FOR D'VORCE
TO: ALCIDEK GACTIER
1090 Southern Boulevard
Bronx. New York
You ALdDES (1ACTIER are here-
by notified that a Bill of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against
you, and you are required to serve a
copy Of your Answer or Pleading to
the Bill of Complaint on Ihe plaintiff's
Attorney, Hahoi d B, 8PABT, ESQ..
I"7 Lincoln ltd., Miami Bench. Florida,
and 'lie ihe original Answer or Plead-
ing In the of/ice of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or liefore the 6th
day of November. 1969. If you fall to
do so. Judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded In the Bill of Complaint
This notice sha'l be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In TUP. JEWISH I-T.ORIDIAN.
PONE and oiu>f;rf:d at Miami.
il'.iilii. this 29th day of September.
'e.R LEAT11KI1MAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dude Count.*. Florida
(seal) By: JOAN SNEEDEN.
Depot)' Clerk.
HAROLD B SPA FT _,
407 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach Fla.
10/.-9-U-2*
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 47503-C
IN RE: Estate of
JACOB EE1NBERQ,
1 ).T>'ilSfll.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Sam
are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have ***ln*i
the estate of JACOB FEINBKga Be-
late of Dade County, BtorMa,
to Hi,- County Judges of Dada County.
and file the same In their offices In
Courthouse In Dade Coun-
wlthln eight calendar
month, from the date of the first
,,!., hereof, or the same will
fa b'rr"1' MINN IK rTEIHBl
strata, him man kaplan
Hy Attorney Kenneth M Myers
B.W, rtrol Street
Miami 35, Florida ,0/1-9-16-2*
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 59C 9241
BETTY MAYA.
Plaintiff.
rjABTON MAYA...... *>
1 i.-fendnnt.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: i: asti IN MAYA
WH Beverly Woods sir i |
L.s Angeles 14, California
You QASTciN MAYA ar. hercl.\
notified thai t inn of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you,
and you are required to asrv* copy
Of your Answer or i'lending to the
Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's
Attorney, Goldman GOLDSTEIN
2303 West Hauler Street, Miami.
Florida, and file the original Answer
or Pleading In the office of the Clark
of the Circuit Court on or hefere the
3rd day of November, 10.".:.. If you fall
to do so, judgment by default will be
taken against you-for the relief de-
manded In the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORID1AN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 29th day of September,
AD. 19S9.
E. B. LBATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
(seal) By: K. M. LYMAN'.
Deputy Clerk.
GOLDMAN A GOLDSTEIN
2303 West Flagler Street
Miami, Florida
NFJ 5-0618
Attorneys for Plaintiff
10/2-9-18-23
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADS.
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 69C 8831
MARILYN HELEN JACKSON,
Plaintiff, |;
vs.
EVERT LEE JACKSON, JR.,
l*Kti NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: EVERT USE JACKSON, JR.
3S.',7 Ijisl Jefferson
lies Mollies. Iowa |
You. EVERT LEE JACKSON. JR.,
are hereby notified that a Complaint
fur- Divorce has been filed against
you, and you are required to serve
copy of your Answer or IMeadlng to
the Complaint on the Plaintiff's At-
torney. ANOELO A. ALI. Bin Alnsley
Bluldlng. Miami 3L'. Florida, and file
the original Answer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the Ctreull
Court on or before the 2th day of
October, 1959. If you fall to do so,
Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demandeu
In the Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 17th day of September,
A.D.. 1959.
E. B. LF:aTHF;RMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County, F'lorldn
(seal) By: K. M LYMAN,
Doputy Clerk.
ANGELO A. ALI
Attorney, for Plaintiff
601 Alnsley Building
Miami 32. Florida.
9/25, 10/2-9-18
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 59C 9237
SYLVIA P. MANNING,
Plaintiff.
vs.
JOSEPH MANNING.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JOSEPH MANNING
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce haa been
filed against you, and you are requir-
ed to serve a copy of your Answer
or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint
on the plaintiff's Attorney,. ALVIN
GOODMAN, 8204 Biscayne Blvd., Mi-
ami, Florida, and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 9th day of November. 1959.
If ymi fall to do so, Judgment by
default will be taken against you for
the relief demanded In the Bill of
Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THF: JEWISH FI.OHID1AN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 29th clay of September,
A.D. 1959.
F:. B. LEATHEJIMAN, Clerk. .
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(seal) By: K. M. LYMAN.
Deputy Clork.
ALVIN GOODMAN
8204 Blscayne Blvd.
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
10/2-9-18-23
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN ANO FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 59C 9024
THOMAS B. LEWIS,
Plaintiff.
RUTH C. LEWIS.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: MRS. RUTH C. LEWIS
4227 Old Annapolis Boulevard
Baltimore Highlands
Baltimore 27. Maryland
You RUTH C. LEWIS, 4227 Old
Annapolis Itoulevaxd, Baltimore High-
lands, Baltimore 27, Maryland, are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce haa been filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint "n the
plaintiffs Attorney. MARSHALL H.
\DF:R 120 Lincoln Road. Miami
Beach.' Florida, and file the original
Answer or Pleading In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 23rd day of October, 1'.'>!'
If you fail to do so. Judgment by de-
fault will be taken against you for
Ihe relief demanded In the Bill of
Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND OKDF.KKD at Miami.
Florida, this 23rd day ot September.
A "r'b. I.EATHEHMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Lade O.iiiitv. FMorlda
(seall By: R. H. rUC*. JR.
Deputy Clerk.
MARSHALL H. ADER, Esq.
128 Uncoln Road -----
Miami Beach 39. Fla. (JE }jJ) <-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ADVANCE INDUSTRIAL 8F:CURITY
at 1601 Congress .Building. Miami.
FMorlda Intends to register said name
with the (Merk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
EDWARD J. JAPHB
WELLISCH. DOUGHERTY & ZAIAC
Attorneys for Edward J. Japhe
.9/25. 10/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice is hf;rf;by GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious names of
1) SPORT-EASE. 2) SPORT-EASE
division of Sportiee of Miami at 213
M.W. 24th Street. Miami, FMorlda in-
tends to register said names with the
Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
ESTHER KAKSAB.
Sole Owner
MARVIN I. WIENER
1111 Alnsley lildg., Miami 32. FMa.
Attorney for Sport-ease and Sport-
ease, division of Sportles 'if Miami.
9/25, lU'2-9-16
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 59C 9288
MICHAEL I.E I K>NE.
Plaintiff,
.IKANNE JJC DONE.
1 "efendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: JEANNE LF: DONE
I lefendant
fi.v, Sutter Avenue
Brooklyn. New York
YOU ARE HERKIIY NOTIFIED
that a Complaint for Divorce has
been filed against yon. and you are
hereby required to serve a copy of
your answer on the Plaintiffs At-
torney, ANGELO A. ALI, 1103 Alns-
ley Building. Miami 32, Florida, and
file the original answer in the office
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or before the 9th day of November.
1959, or the allegations will be taken
as confessed against you.
DATF3D at Miami. IHide County.
Florida, this 30th day of September,
I9S9.
E. B. LBATHERMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
(seal) By: K. M. LYMAN,
Deputy Clerk.
10/2-9-16-23
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 59C-8019F (Cannon, J.)
LOUIS LRVINE.
Plaintiff,
vs.
sophif: u:\ine.
Defendant. _____
AMENDED ORDER
OF PUBLICATION
TO: Sophie Levlne
|M Van Cortlandt Park South
Bronx (8. N.Y. .....
You are hereby notified that a
Complaint For Divorce has been filed
agaisst you. and you are hereby re-
quired to serve a copy of your Answer
to the Complaint F'or Divorce on
plaintiff's attorneys and file the orig-
inal Anewer1n the office of the (Merk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
2nd dav of Noveuilici. 1959;. other-
wise, the allegations of said Com-
plaint For Divorce will be taken as
confessed against you.
I this 2nd day of October. 1959.
VN, Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County. FMorlda
By: k. H RICB, JR..
uty Clerk.
TAL1ANOFF WALLER
Attorneys for Plaintiff
120 Lincoln I
Miami Beach. Fla. ,..,..
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. S9C8662
GWENDOLYN WARD.
Plaintiff,
vs.
ROBERT JOHN WARD.
Defendant.
8UIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ROBERT JOHN WARD
c/o Mnnllus B"
Manlius. New York
You. ROBERT H.HN WARD, are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce h;is been filed
sgafnst you. and you are required t'
serve a copy (hi your Aagwer oi
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the plaintiffs Attorney, SOL ALEX-
ANDER, One Lincoln Road Building.
Miami Beach, Florida and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 19th day of
October, 1959. If you fail to
ludgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
In the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND 0RDF:RF:D st Miami.
Florida this 11th day of September,
A.D. II
E. B. LBATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County. FMorlda
(seal) By: P.. H. RICE. JR.
Deputy (Merk.
9/18-SS. 10/2-9
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MAINTENANCE PRODUCTS CO. at
296 North West 127th Street. North
Miami Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
FRED J. COCCAONA.
Sole Owner
CLYDE E. FOSTER. JR.
Attorney for Fred J. Cocoogna
9/25. 10/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OrVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
AMS.SCO (JIFTS AND ACCESSORIES
at 3432 SW 22nd St., Miami Intends
to register said name with the Cleric
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
ANNA BUCHBEROER.
Sole Owner
SAMI'KL KONKPSKY
Attornev
L'L'lo SW 16th St.
9/2.1, 10/2-9-16
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 59C 8943
SADIE If. COHEN
a/k/a MARION LITT,
Plaintiff.
HARRY V. coiien.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: HARRY L. COHEN .
ADDRESS L'SKXOwM
You HARRY L. COHEN are hereby
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you,
and you are required to serve a cqjiy
of your Answer or IMeadlng to the
Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs
Attornev, LEImWI T7. AND P.F3L-
T.ER. 706 First Street. Miami Beach.
Florida and file the original Ans#er
or Pleading in the oflce of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before ihe
2th day of October, i59. If you
fall to do so, judgment by default will
be laken against vou for the relief
demanded In the Bill of Complaint
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 21st day of September.
AD. 1959.
E. B LBATHERMAN. Clerk.
Clicult Court. Dade County. Florida
tseal) Bv: K. ftf LYMAN.
I>eputy Clerk.
I.EBOWITZ BELLER
706 First St., Miami Beach, Fla.
JE K-0774
Attorneys for Plaintiff
9/2G. 10/2-9-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. SIC 8602
ROSE PI.OTNICK.
Plaintiff,
HARRY PI.OTNICK.
NOT.Ce'bY PUBLICATION
TO: HARRY PLoTNIt'K
7961 Durooher Street
Montreal
Quebec. Cannrta
You are herein notified that a Bill
of Complaint for PH-nYce has been
filed against you and you are hereby
required io serve a copy of your
to the Bill of Complaint on
Plaintiffs attornev. SAMI'EI, Rl'BlN,
420 I-nroln Road. Miami Beach. Flor-
id, i and file the original Answer in
the Ofrlce of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 26th day of
1959, otnenrtse the aliena-
tions of said Bill will- be taken as
confessed bv you?
Dated this 22nd day of September,
I'..-I
Fl B. LBATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade Coiiatjr, Florida
leal) By: R. H RICH. JR..
(seal
Deputy Clerk.
9/96,10/2-9-11
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the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
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36th Street, Miami Springs, Fna.. In-
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Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
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r T. OehJ
Ben-Gurion in New Year Pep Talk to Parliament
JERUSALEM Ml by Premier David Ben-C.unon a a lenr > Germany for p?v,t',.trl^
nection with the Jewish New Year The Pr.me Minister emphasised
that, io the warW1 of Toda*. "a not prtssiNe to sohre historic proNnn;
by mifitary
In his interview, given to the
daily newspaper Haareu." the
Premier went into great lengths to
clarify his ataiuBe toward West
Germany. Mr. Ben-Gunon hsted
two assumptiiaj: 1. The acts of
the Nans should not he forgiven or
forgotten: the entire German paja>
pie is rrifiannTile because what
done tnader the Nazis was not
by a single pern hot *
the accord of the people of Ger-
nuny: 1 The sins of the Nans
even those
.Asked how the same generation
conM he both responsible and not
responsible for what was done by
the Nans. Mr Ben-Canon said:
The younger generation is differ-
ent. Moraliy Nazism is not ruiinc
Germany and. in my opinion
net rule 1 do not hate the Or
mar. youngster because his father
- Past
A>ked about Israel's sale of
arms to Germany, he said: 'I am
proud of it because I regard it as
a revenge against the Naav.*1
After further discussion of thi*
point, he stated 1 Itht that what
are often called irrational consid-
erations are the true considers
lions. My irrational consideration
was to sell arms. First of all. I
consider this a revenge against
that Jewish arms are
supplied to the Germany army,"
Dscussing Israel's political
situation. Mr. Ben-Gurion said
he would net express Israel's
policy either the way it has baen
expressed by Gen. Mos.Se Dayan
or by the former Ambassador to
the United States. Aibe Eban.
"We must understand the bal-
ance of world forces," he stared,
jnc must assume that we have
swrncwnt deterrent force ino,
if fiphling is inevitable, enough
no: be visited upon the Ger-
mans, for that is the race theory.' The Premier asserted has cocvic-
He asserted that be woi: shauai win the German peoples'
ashamed "af that race theory were fnendshap, just as it is trying to
te safe** us," to the friend! than of other people
. J k i rep*y to a qawstmn. he stared
Mr. BXvGvrron denied that j that he is agaanat Iaraeh* stndymg
the present Germany was the Germany and is f^ against the
same as me aomratiwi of Hit- use of German liayirr in Israeli'
ler. ~l think.- he said, 'that xrhools. However, he said, he fa-
East Germany s people are awr- tared Saving German toun-
becawse Israei. declaring "in any eyes, the, attacks agamal Arab states prior
__ ,_ n.. _j. a. saw M S"1*1 campaign of 1956. e-
**ey far uermaa people is ante nay other ,
reptmg the Kibyah attack. He
* denied that Israel s attack against
's peeps* rscogswto the re- ready t- v .>: Germany lor pater*- S>ri* :-. Lake Tiberias spoiled fc>
raeJ's chances for getting arms
'from the United States.
The Prmier sserted his convic-
tion that Nasser does not want
peace "since he only talks pence j
fully to foreigners not seriously:
^ggri in the peace effort, bat
refuses to talk peace in speaking
to persons engaged in 3 serious
effort '
Coming to in'e~ul Israeli prob-
lems. Ber.-Gunoc said the ethnic
absorption of immigrants may take
take two Derations. He claimed
that the religious political parties,
in Israel axe actually alien to Ju-
daism and are the result of a Cath-
olic environment from which many
As'Jcenac leaders immigrated to
Israel. He praised the Oriental.
Orthodox Jews who. he said, can
be the most pious but still greatly
o.erant. However, he added, the
lme has not yet come for funda-
mental decisions on religious mat-
.nerefore compromise is
needed.
cent of the \ ia ^
lions to th. Kre-ajt,'
Unmeet, only one
adopted by the
he electoral $yi
American type ^
Then, he ss;d. (Jn
be dispersed for
under that system.
OXYGEN
Wl Met SW.fj]
JOMWh piraan f
25* A DAY I
sys-
1
The Premier defended reprisal
wKat was dene. But West Ger- people He said he would
Arrest Jews in Syria
JERUSALEM,'T AArab newspapers reaching here this week
from Jordan report arrests of Je> is Sraa and Lebanon The reports
state am* >>r-.i death at at tacts had been reoatsted by the >
prowcatM for eight Jews charged with allegedly attempting to cross
the border ante Lebanon "eareaue to 1st,
The Jordanian press aim reports that, m Lebanon, police uncovered
"the largest and moot danptrwaj spy nag working for Israel" A Jew-
:>>. iwyac Amen Levy, allegedly headed the rang. His closest coUab-
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At the United Fund international fashion
show luncheon, Mrs. Sidney Mank was delighted
to have her mother, Mrs. I. H. Abbott, win an
orchid Mother-in-law of her daughter, Mrs.
David Mank, was happy about it, too Mrs.
Samuel Gertman also won an orchid, while Mrs.
Ted Pritikin expressed her glee Mrs. Sol
[Mrs. Norman Tatar, and Mrs. Emery Kemeny seated at the
f table in gay conversation Mrs. Irving Quartin, Mrs.
Hamerschlag and Mrs. Larry Priedland making another
fing trio ...
[rs. Aaron Farr, liaison between Federation of Jewish Worn-
Organizations and United Fund, elated at the luncheon show-
Mrs. Arnold Perlstein, Mrs. Frank Delford, Mrs. Louise
|r and Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg engrossed in the brand new
skirt styles Mrs. Jeanne Rothschild, Mrs. Jacob Fein-
[Mrs. Samuel Kling, Mrs. Jean Lehman and Mrs. Louis Glas-
liscussing calories, with Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes and Mrs.
Lefkowitz casually listening in .
Irs. Alexander Robbins seated across from Mrs. William
tt comparing National Council of Jewish Women notes with
[Sidney Lewis and Mrs. Charles Jacobson Mrs. Raymond
in a delightful new fall outfit.

iupsls at a reception honoring James G. McDonald, first U.S.
issador to the State of Israel, last Saturday evening at the
of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gilbert, 12670 NE Miami pi.. No.
ii. included Mayor Ed Vischi of No. Miami and Mrs. .Vischi,
fcnd Mrs. Frank Goodman, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lipof, Mr. and
Ben Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Tobin Messinger .
U-o. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Rossman, Dr. and Mrs. Abraham
ller, Dr. and Mrs. Martin Trop, and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Ich Ambassador McDonald was in Miami to speak on
(ill of the Israel Bond High Holidays campaign .
|Mr. and Mrs. Al (Beatrice) Kurzban, of 4430 NW 1st ave., are
from New Orleans, La., where they accompanied son, Stan-
[to Tulane University Stan, an honor graduate of Miami
or High School, is attending Tulane on a national merit scholar-
. Al is a past vice president of Temple Tifereth Jacob, with
Bea on the board of directors of Sisterhood .
! The Irv Blasbergs, 5915 La Gorce dr., entertained the Hershey
nsteins at Tony Sweet's Hershey is a well-known Chicago
istrialist ... Irv and wife Lil leave for a ten-day trip Oct. 25 to
btreal and New York ... In Montreal, Irv, who is head of
[erside Memorial Chapels, will attend a funeral directors' con-
Ition .
On the Anniversary Front: Oct. 12 marks the 55th wedding
iversary of Louis and Eva Buch, of 849 Venetian Way Since
i date happens to fall on Yom Kippur this year, the Buches will
curate a week later M lfrCha*e hMH'in St. Louis, where they
be fetetfoy theTr"chiltlreh; thVMWael Goldbergs and the Mil-
Buches, of Quincy, 111. Incidentally, Milton and Florence
observe their 15th wedding anniversary on the same occasion,
ce they too were married on Oct. 12 The Buches will return
|Miami in mid-November.
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Post card from Paris: Esther and Carl Weinkle wishing their
ends "A Happy New Year" Rabbi Abraham Krulfeld re-
|perating at the Bikur Cholim Kosher Convalescent Home ...
All dressed up and taking bows at the Miami chapter of Ha-
kssah meeting: Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz (Roz) and Mrs. Philip Schiff
liriam) They'd just received national awards for new mem-
^rship increase .
At Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood tea, Georgiana Serbin in
stunning checked shirtmaker Ruth Lowe in k yellow and
|h:te sweater dress Dolores Courshon engrossed in the Trixie
evin skitespecially Vicki Friedman's dancing Also taking
ws: Jill Arkin, Libby Wagner, Judy Gerard and Isabelle Grove
the piano, injured finger and all Molly Jacobs saying hello to
(other Camille Baum Janet Richards and Ruth Russ in tete-
|tete Sydelle Rubin in a dress with huge sleeves.

That steady stream of people, flowers and things at 51 No.
Ihore dr. Mrs. Louis (Goldie) Cohen, president of Temple Ner
[amid Sisterhood, recovering from surgery, with so many friends
lowing that they've really been thinking of her Study in color
Dntrasts: Mr. and Mrs. Tobias Simon she stunning in black
'ith white hat coming down the stairs as Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Silverman Lee in beige going up to wish Goldie a speedy
Convalescence .
Look Ma, no hands ... no sink ... no kitchen From June
antil Labor Day, Mrs. Jack (Naomi) Chernan has had no kitchen,
vhat with new cabinets being installed From the length of
Jime it took, either they were beine made of precious woods, or
husband Jack had a do-it-yourself kit. .**!
JUt *
The band played the Anvil Chorus, and Mrs. Sidney Weintraub,
I president of the Museum board,, held the first golden stake that was
driven into the site of dedication of Miami's own Museum of
[Science and Natural History Mr. and Mrs. Jean C. Lehman
and Mrs. Samuel Gertman seen congratulating Sid on the important
role Mrs. W. played in making Dedication Day a reality .
Mt. Sinai Women's Auxiliary meeting Friday was so crowded
that there weren't enough seats to go around Mrs. A. Herbert
Mathes, chairman of the coming "Blessed Event" luncheon, bub-
bling about her impending trip to Europe Front row, Mrs.
Carrie Zinner and Miss Edna Heller, listening attentively to pres-
ident Mrs. Philip Lefkowitz Mrs. Pearl Hyams in a crisp skirt
and blouse seated next to Mrs. Arthur Burrell in bright blue .
Incidentally, Mrs. Isaac Levin missed the meeting Small
wonder, since daughter Dorothy Serotta just presented husband
Maurice with a new son .
Mrs. Harold Turk and Mrs. Leon Kaye standing because of
'he lack of chairs Mrs. Milton Sirkin sharing her seat with
Mrs. James Ruby Cute Mrs. Erwin Hoffman offering to do
likewise.
More on Anniversaries: Edward and Esther Elkin marked
'heir 40th anniversary at a surprise party for them on the occasion
f the last meeting of the Bikur Cholim Kosher Convalescent Home
Continued en Pafl* 7-B
T eJewish Floridian
Miami, Florida, Friday, October 9, 1959
Section B
All aboard for a hip to Paris and Israel. Mrs.
Sol Cohen (center), daughter of Mrs. Max
Weitz, chairman of the Women's Division for
Israel Bonds, helps pass out workers kits for
the French-Israel Festival of Fashions, to be
held Oct. 22 at the Fontainebleau hotel. Re-
ceiving the kits (from left) are Mrs. Louis Gold-
Ilka Chase Due
For Fashion Show
Mrs. Paul Pollak, chairman of
the French-Israel Festival of Fash-
ions, to take place Oct. 22 at the
Fontainebleau hotel, this week an-
nounced that noted star of stage,
screen and television. Ilka Chase,
will come to Miami to serve as
fashion commentator of the show.
Mrs. Pollak pointed out that "the
extraordinary element in Ilka
Chase's career is its wide variety.
It would be hard to find another
woman in this country today who
does so successfully so many
things."
She is a writer and actress, lec-
turer, and a television personality
of the first rank.
On television, her quick wit
makes Miss Chase a greatly sought
after guest on panel shows, and
she has starred in her own televis-
ion programs.
Her first love is the theatre, and
she has appeared in some twenty
Broadway productions, of which
"The Women" was probably the
most notable. She has also played
widely in summer stock, and her
range from comedienne to drama-
tic actress has opened up to her
many of TV's best dramatic pro-
grams.
Miss Chase has published seven
books: "Past Imperfect," "In Bed
We Cry," "I Love Miss Tilly
Bean," "Free Admission," "New
York 22," "Always in Vogue," and
her latest novel, "The Island Play-
man, Mrs. David Sernaker, Mrs. Bernard Sup-
worth and Mrs. Betty Feuer, officers of the
Women's Division. Kits include material for
eligibility for a free flight to Paris and Israel
to be awarded at the Fashion Festival to an
Israel Bond seller or purchaser.
Brandeis Women
To be Televised
Molly Turner will interview
members of the Greater Miami
chapter of. the Brandeis Women's
Committee on Friday, Oct 16, 10
a.iri., aver en. to.
The panel will consist of Mrs.
Solomon Margolis and Mrs. Rob-
ert Grossman, vice presidents;
Mrs. Sidney Scharwtz, immediate
past president; and Mrs. Harold
Turk, founder president of the
Greater Miami chapter.
The local chapter contributes to
the support of the Brandeis Uni-
versity Library.
ILK A CHASE
ers." She ha* also written exten-
sively for newspapers and virtual-
ly all of the national magazines.
She also publishes a weekly syndi-
cated column with a circulation of
nearly seven million.
In private life. Miss Chase is the
wife of a New York physician, Dr.
MortftO Brown. Though not nor-
mally one to refrain from com-
ment on a subject for the paltry
reason that she is unfamiliar with
it, Miss Chase maintains respect-
ful silence on the topic of medicine.
"I made some suggestions to my
hustajad oce," she says, "but he
just looked at me. I have never
tried it again."
Mrs. Meyers Will Chair AJC Fete
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers has
been named chairman of Congress
Month by Rabbi Yaakov G. Rosen-
berg, president of the South Flor-
ida Council of the American Jew-
ish Congress.
Congress Month, which will be
observed in November, is marked
annually as a membership enroll-
ment month. Additionally, commu-
nity events are scheduled by
American Jewish Congress to ex-
plain its program.
Mrs. Meyers is a national vice
president of the American Jewish
Congress, and was a close friend
of Louise and Stephen Wise, found-
ers of Congress. In her capacity as
a member of the Dade County
Schoel Board, Mrs. Meyers has
been active in the fight to imple-
ment the desegregation decision
of the Supreme Court.
She was the only person in the
State attending the meeting of the
School Board Assn. in Tampa last
year, who voiced public opposition
to the parent-option plan proposed
by the State Attorney General's
office.
First event scheduled during
Congress Month is a paid-up mem-
bership tea to be held at the Eden
Roc hotel Nov. 12. According to
Mrs. David Mushat,' president of
the Florida Women's Division, 300
women are expected at the tea.
Other events scheduled during the
month will include a Congress
Sabbath and a public meeting.
Women See New
Mt. Sinai Building
More than 300 ladies this week
attended the first Open House in
the new Mt. Sinai Hospital Audi-
torium under the auspices of the
Women's Auxiliary, Mrs. Philip
Lefkowitz. president.
The visitors attended a presen-
tation by medical chiefs and the
Nursing Department before tour-
ing the building.
Samuel Gertner, executive direc-
tor, welcomed the women before
introducing Max Orovitz, president
of the hospital, who is now serving
his tenth consecutive term of of-
fice.
Mrs. Carmen Ross, director of
nursing and nursing education,
spoke about the new facilities for
patient care and the mechanical
devices which will facilitate the
nurses' work. Dr. Alvin Block,
senior resident, described the im-
, portance of residents and interns
' to the hospital, while Dr. Jerome
Benson, chief pathologist, stressed
the increasing importance of medi-
cal reseasch for diagnosis and cure
of illness.
Dr. Jack Widrich, director of the
X-Ray Department, also spoke, de-
scribing a new X-ray research unit
which makes Mt. Sinai one of tnree
hospitals in the nation to have this
costly equipment. Dr. Philip
Samet, director of the Cardio-Pul-
monary Laboratory, also spoke.
Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes, chair-
man of the "Blessed Event" lun-
cheon, to take place Oct. 30 at the
Fontainebleau hotel in honor of
Mrs. Leonard A. Wien. chairman
of the Women's Division, an-
nounced that nationaUv-famous
comedian Joey Bishop will appear.


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Joining hands to begin the new Senior Citizens
Group of the North County YMHA Branch are
(left to right) Sidney Manic, president of the
North County "Y;" Charles Plotkin. director,
department of service to senior citixens; Mrs!
Fred Browne, chairman of the planning com-
mittee: and Mr. and Mrs. Louis August, mem-
bers of the newly-formed group. For men and
women 55 years of age and older, the group
is now meeting on Tuesdays, 8 p.m., at the
North County "Y," 14036 NE 6th ave.
latest souvenir desk-calendar sent
by the Federation of Jewish Wom-
en's Organizations to their lead-
ers.
It's the latest idea in date con-
trols for women only." said Mrs.
Jean C. Lehman. FJWO president
"Since our fust mailing last week,
we've alreajsftiad requests which
may call for a second printing,"
she said. .
The free desk-calendar covers
the period from Oct. 12 to Nov. 2?
and provides ample space to enter
appointments, meeting dates and
notes for future reference. The
combination memo-card and date
calendar is delicately colored in
pink and magenta,
Also listed are upcoming events
of importance sponsored by
FJWO. starting with an executive
committee meeting Oct. 15 and!
endin? with the FJWO bus tour
for all community service chair-
men on Nov. 20.
Marriage Coun^i
"What\ Wrong .uJ
Husband.- ..., y*j
Samuel G. KlimVfe
Jbrarr '*,'
ns ami Council* Around n 1
turned **<* und Ls
Kling, columnist o[
Flondian. is a prac
counselor who has ,
book* a, :,.u ,nW
S&" "lhe Marr^
Tre Marnae Reader"'
* Being !1.,.-,,. .pop^
Encyclopedia" and
Rights." He has also
column and a radio shot]
riage counsel,ng.
Pioneer Women In Varied Program
Seminar will be held by the
Greater Miami Council of Pioneer
Women on Tuesday. Oct. 20. at the
Algiers hotel. Mrs. Milton Green,
president, said the function will
begin at 10:30 a.m.
Recently returned delegates to
the national convention of Pioneer
Women in Cleveland. O.. will re-
port. Mrs. Miriam Meyer and Mrs.
Isaac Pushkin are co-chairmen of
the seminar program, due to con-
clude at 2.30 p.m.

Mrs. Joseph Krantz. president of
Pioneer Women Club I. has an
nounced a meeting for Thursday.
Oct. 8. jt Miami Beach rederal
Savings and Loan Assn. on Wash-
ington ave. and 8th st. The meet
ing was to begin at 2 p.m.

Kadimah chapter was to hold a
regular meeting Thursday, 8:15
p.m.. at Beth El Congregation, ac-
cording to Mrs. Marvin Copenha-
gen, president.
Scheduled was a French-Israel
fashion show film, with Council
president Mrs. Milton Green
speaking on "Coming to Pioneer
Women from a Zionist Home."

Mrs. Shirley Queen, president of
Golda Meir Club, has announced
here that officers will be installed
Tuesday evening in ceremonies at
Beth El Congregation. Mrs. Isaac'
Pushkin, cultural chairman, will
be installing officer.
In addition to Mrs. Queen, offi
eers include the Mesdaroes' Jack
Victor. Esther Braun and Alfred
Pace, vice presidents: Abraham
Seltier. Meyer Kahn. Anna Sorin
I Bild and Anna Quaker, secretar-
ies; Sarah Shapoff, treasurer;
I Lewis Victorhouse. dues.
Mesdames Oscar Zeltzer. Moet-
zet Hapoalot; Jack Victor, mem-
bership; Marion Meyer, child res-
cue; Isaac Pushkin, culture; Anna
Sorin Bild. publicity
Hostesses will be the Mesdames
Sam Osipoff, Isidor Gerstein. and
Bessie Epstein
Mrs. Sarah Shapoff. recently re-
turned from a trip to Israel, will;
be speaker.

Pioneer Women Club II will
meet Monday noon, Oct. 19 at the!
DiLido hotel. Mrs. Ida Jacobs is
president.
Gurion Branch
Meet Wednesday
Ben Gurion Branch of Farband
will meet Wednesday evening at
Beth El Congregation.
Irving M. Sachs, president, said
Rabbi David Herson, spiritual
leader of Beth. Emeth Congrega-
tion, will be-gsVsl speaker.
Discussion of current events will
be led by Manuel Burstein. cul-
tural chairman of Ben Gurion
Branch. Social hour following is
under the arrangements of Mrs.
Sam Kopkind and Mrs. Abraham
Fraidlin.
PTA Board Hi
Meet Wedi
When the board of musi
the Dade County Coundfj
ent-Teacher Assns. meets taT
nesday, punch will be tth*
the engraved silver bo|i
was awarded to Council ]
prize in the Miami Henli'
of the Year" contest in tat i
wide service division for
lag a Civil Defense wars**
Mrs. Louis BandeL ,
Civil Defense chairman baj
and Mrs. Henry Fox.
past president of CouonV
serve the guests.
Board of managers is ess]
of local PTA presidents
out Dade county, area
ors. Councils executive
and standing committee chats]
on the Council. They will Wl
the Miami Woman's Club. R]|
Bayshore dr.. from 10 j.n.
12 noon. _
Mr. Ralph R MarkhnxTi
state director of the Unjej SL
Government for Savings Bonit
talk to the leaders about tat I
Savings Stamps program.
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October 9, 1959
*o
ting part in the fifth United Jewish Appeal Women's Divis-
Suivey group to study welfare and refugee resettlement
irams of UJA-supported agencies in Europe and Israel,
Meyer Eggnatz visits the ORT VocationaWkihool in Tel
liv. Vocational training helps immigrant chiMferfl^ become
eful citizens of the State of Israel. Through .a.widespread
^olarship scheme, supported with UJA money, thousands of
migrants, especially from Oriental communities, have been
ibled to attend trade schools. .
\rs. Eggnatz Returns
rom Tour of Israel
|rs. Meyer Eggnatz, 900 S.
re dr., Miami Beach, returned
Israel Monday in the com-
of 24 other American women,
journeyed through Europe
the Middle East. Asa part of
United Jewish Appeal survey^
ision, she investigated at first
the condition of needy Jews
seas and the various ongoing
grams to relieve and rehabili-
them.
25 women, leaders of fund-
sing campaigns on behalf of the
.ionwide UJA in 20 American
ies, left New York recently via
ere a throng of officials and
I wishers greeted them, led by
pir principal hosts, Ezekiel Sa-
Israel Ambassador to Austria;
eodore Feder, director in Aus-
of the Joint Distribution Com-
Ittee program; and Shlomo Sha-
lt, Austrian representative of the
iwish Agency for Israel. JDC
Id the Jewish Agency are con-
cnt agencies of the UJA.
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Austria holds a key position to-
day in the world-wide Jewish wel-
fare program, the women were
told, because of its proximity to
the Iron Curtain countries. More
immigrants and refugees have
passed through Austria on their
way to new homes than through
any other free-world State150,000
since 1945 and were assisted by
JDC. Those bound for Israel are
processed by the Jewish Agency
and those bound elsewhere by
United Hias Service.
Mrs. Eggnatz has been active
in welfare work since moving to
Miami Beach from Baltimore, Md.,
in 1951. One of her major commu-
nity interests has been Mt. Sinai
Hospital, where she Is president of
the Women*S^Au*iUary, a member
of the board of ijirectors. andj
chairman of the School of Practi-
cal Nursing.
She is a member also of the
boards of the Jewish Greater Mi-
ami Federation, American Jewish
Committee, Temple "Beth Sholem
Sisterhood, and the Welfare Plan-
ning Council.
In Baltimore the ws a leader in
ihe activities of the B'nai B'rith
Women, and for two years was
chairman of the Women's Division
of the local fund drive on behalf
of UJA. This year she holds the
same post in Miami.
* Jewish fhrkHar)
First Prize Grows
As Festival Nears
The Israel Bond worker or pur-
chaser who is awarded first prize
at the Festival of Fashiorm-at the
Fontainebleau hotel on Oct. 22 will
win not only a round-trip to Paris,
but an additional round-trip from
Paris to Israel, it was announced
Wednesday by Mrs. Paul Pollak,
chairman of the Festival of Fash-
ions.
Award of the free trip to Paris
and back via Air France had been
previously announced. The addw
tional leg of the journey from
Paris to Israel and return will be
via El AJ airlines, Mrs. Pollak
said.
In addition, she announced that,
in response to popular demand,
eligibility for the free flight award
will be made available not only to
Israel Bond workers who sell three
Israel Bonds, but to all who pur-
chase an Israel Bond for admission
to the Festival of Fashions.
As a result, she pointed out, all
who sell three or more Israel
Bonds or who purchase an Israel
Bond in connection with the Festi-
val of Fashions will be enabled to
participate in the other prizes to
be awarded.
These will include, in addition
to the first prize of a free trip to
Paris and Israel and return, a sec-
ond prize to consist of an individu-
ally-created garment of Israel ma-
terial to be designed for the win-
ner by the noted Miami fashion de-
signer, Dorothea; third prize, Is-
raeli material in sufficient quanti-
ty for a dress. Other prizes will
include a weekend at the Thunder-
bird motel, fur pieces by noted
Miami Beach furrier Mr. Herman,
French perfume from Saks Fifth
Avenue, unusual items of jewelry,
and a number of "name" gar-
ments.
Page 3-B
Nancy Beth Wins
In Photo Contest
Nancy Beth Lash was chosen
"Miss Personality of 1959" in a
Colonel Inn motel photo contest,
j with-mow--than 200 children-par-
ticipating.
Nancy Beth is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Lash, 5761
SW 64th pi., Miami, who stayed at
the Colonial Inn on a three-week
vacation with her family.
Nancy Beth, who is two years
old, has two sisters, Eileen, 16, and
Barbara, 10.
Swim Party Scheduled
Tifcreth Israel Sisterhood will
hold a swim party and "Mad Hat-
ter's" luncheon on Oct. 15, start-
ing at 10 a.m., at the home of Mrs.
Pearl Berke, 143 NW 47th ter.
1

MAMCY UTH IASH
Emanu-El 'Break-fas?
Temple Emanu-El congregation
will gather at the Fontainebleau
hotel immediately after Yom Kip-
prlr services Monday to join in a
"break-fast.''
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RDINE'S
Shop Mondays and Fridays 'tM 9
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GENEROSITY
KEEP WALTER J. "MACK"
McLELLAN
on the
HIALEAH CITY COUNCIL
"PROVEN LEADERSHIP"
M Safety for Our School Children
* Appointment of a City Beautificatien Board
* Stopped up Beoutifieotion Program
-k Continued Cooperation with Metro
-* Positive Elimination of Spot Zoning
-* Appointment of a Zoning Director
* Further Industrial Development
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TTlount Sinai (Hospital of (greater llliami
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WE INVITE YOU to join the Honor
generous people who are participating
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Mount sinai hospital development fund
of Mount Sinai Hotpilal el Greater Miami, Inc.
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]ew*& Fnnitmm Eitimmw
Yoib Marriage Counselor
. ly Smmmmi Cj. sJ\.lis
14: on* Vatioxallt Famous atumr.r Ai/THoamr. Lectvxm avd AuTnoa

If you are uthit diwarttd or
forward to a second marriage, you
company.
In fact, ii is estimated that there are hue ata
four and six milhda men and oa who have had
their marriages Terminated ia a divert* court
So popular has divorce become as a way out of
one's Marital dtfucntoes. that it's a safe pradiruoa
an average life spaa win
divorce Some will have L .
experience fear and even five times
As tar the widowed, there are nearly two Bul-
lion under 55. In 1356 alone, there were 150.000
widoma and widowers audu 35.
Siace the male animal is considerably weaker
than his female counterpart *t should come aa ao
shock that there are roughly three times as many
Budoas *t widaanan; the exact figures, a* aayaae
wants to know, are 7.707.000 widows as compared
with ZJ3S.0O0 widowers.
Unhappily for the second marriage prospects of
widows, weasec are moan more apt at remain ia
this maaiufal state than are men. A woman whose
husband has died can expect to remain a widow /or
about 16 years. This is the aataaaal average A
man whose wife has passed away can expect to
remam a wsdoeei for serea and a half Tears, before
he either re-weds or himself djes
As I hate said, the basic reason why wtdaacs
so far outaanaber widowers w that the latter sac-
cumb far more readily to the liis and ailments to
which the fleet is heir.
Standards Nat ImpossibW
The maJe. especially as he gets on in age. is
definitely the weaker sex He is more prone to ill-
ness, more subject to accidents, and. of course, is
much more likely to get himself killed in war. Spe-
cific diseases such as stomach ulcers and coronarv
disorders are relatively rare among women, but
"~i common and deadly among the inferior male.
And their standards
All they want is a
they will settle for none
ef areat impossibly high, either
maa they can respect, who will provide seme emo-
tional security and compeatemmap. and who will be
able to at least support themselves if not their wives.
These women without men are bitter and hurt
They are lonely and unhappy And they are deprived
of sex All this adds up to a gloomy, forbidding pic-
turea picture which foreshadows increasing anx-
iety and neuroses, alcoholism, sex adventuring, tran-
waitiarn sleeping pills. p>\chiatnsts and marriage
counselors.
I wish 1 bad a neat, pat solution to offer to a
breathless pubbc Unfortunately. I dont. Where
there is a sharp and almost predetermined differen-
tial in the longevity rate between the male and the '
female, there isn't too much anyone can do.
An Unlikely Utopia
But this doesn't mean the situation is quite
hopeless, either. One obvious answer is far wives
to take much better care of their ""i-f limlmuih
than they now do. I have the uneasy feeling that
many wives hasten their husbands' early and aa-
timeJy demise. They do so by nagging. They do so
by being too demandmg And they do so by being
overly aggressive and belligerent by carrymg a per-
petual cam oa then- not so soft shoulders
Young Pianist
WIM Perform
Thirteen yearetd Janice Feel,
who has been nwiurmg awards hi,
piano since the age .of eight, jaewV
[be presented in recital on Satur-
day evening. Oct. 17. at the Miami'
Women's dam.
The young artist, daughter of
Mr and Mrs. Max P. Feat 1655
SW 19th ter.. played her first re-
cital to an overflow audience at
tbe Miami Conservator} in May.
1858
Her musical accomplishments
aar include a gold certificate
award for three consecutive super-
iur ratings in the National Feder-
ation at Music Clubs Festivals aad
a concert appearance ipnaaaieJ ay
the Miami Music Club as a result
of its 1958 Young Artists' Audi-
tions.
The Oct. 17 program will feature
the Beethoven Wakasteia *jaaaU ia
three moveaaaafe. athrtwoi by
Chopin, aad the Laszt Coocerto
No. 1 in E flat, in which she wall
be accompanied by her teacher.
Cyrus Llhan, of Ft Lauderdale.
mtamWsJup Sfcjf Saw]
Mesnbenhip dut
Secret Megjllaa.- *_ ?1
, ed by SisUracoa a tsi
Cemer en WeammT
Carmen of the^bjj
W** *>" aaTfc,f*
The grim resultfor men as well as for women
-at Ttb advancing age the supply of available
males rends to fall off rather sharplv There are
amply not enough males to go around, or meet the
" of women who yearn for a sec-
_nt mean, of course, that widows aad
urorceesdoB*t remarry A good many do. Ia the
hotel where I live, for instance, romance w* re-
ceatly tossomed forth, wch several marriages al-
ready having taken place
Widawsu Sucom* Easily
Ef ** I fw are stfD the exception rather
thai the rale Far m this same hotel, there are at
teast half dam. hngtu. attractive dmureees and
wuicuj. r'
ions but i
If. m short, women were to become, by some
"Mic wand, more feminine, more flexible m more
pkable. they would have their men longer aad thus
postpone tbe inevitable day of widowhood and even.
perhaps, of divorce.
While awaiting this unlikely Utopia another
possibility suggests itself. Why not come organua
uon. either public or private, whereby the divorced
*nd the widowed would be able to meet on an intel
ligent. civilized baas, without embarrassment to an*
of the parties concerned?
Why not for example, tetroduetions Incorpor-
ated, run honestly and scientifically, where men-and
omen would be introduced, on payment of a fee
aad^jL?C,if^?U *** Ustt* backgromad
umllKSF*' Prop*''''.* run. such an organisation
"Id make every attempt to keep out the undesir-
ables, by having each applicant carefully screened
12T' ** '* ould enable each
member to meet other members udividually, dis-
creetly, and with dignity. "
.*** <**> ms to me. would serve a veer
2?J^ function It-ouldhelTfuaa^laS
***** uell^natched men aad womee, on the h*^
*Ponl uuemews. This doesn't mean necS
rfly that marriage would follow even casT^
tbe fate of perpetual --- womem *bo suffer
fmd the e-np-^-S, TVIf mutually
nebty de- p rn"'"1 ** of them
Women Execs
Meet Thursday
Executive committee of the Fed-
eration ef Jewish Women's Orgaai-,
rations will meet Thursday, Oct. I
115. 10 a.m.. ia the offices of Fed-
eration. 424 Lincoln la.
Prestoeat strs. Jeaa C. Irhmsa
annouaced that officers will das-
cuss plans for tbe Miami leader
.-hip training courses to be held at'
Beth Daead Congregation starting
Tuesday. Oct. 27. Mrs. Bernard
Stevens wall rrmduol the Tuesday j
Series." assisted by FJWO special-]
isU in ptogiasuBBsag and member-'
ship retention-
Mrs. Lehman has advised the
executive committee that the
FJWO will bold its first campaign
steering committee session Oct. i
22 to lay plans for women's partici-
pation in the 1880 Combined Jew-
ish Appeal
Also on the agenda mill be ar-
rangements for FJWO a first btg
open meeting. 'Little White House
Confab." set for Oct. 28 at the
Algiers hotel
KOSHER
"JUNKET!
EENNET-CUSTA
fTrCTFutHCaim
THAU ANT I
WDOKaT
. jwipn _".,__ai
/ !.' Holidays
I *4 when
only
the best
I vv,ll
do..
f
DIET FACTS:
KOSaft
ilO Spices
m sWw**.
Snolom. Women
Skrte Parties
' *. first or tfcn.
-^n4merho*?rd*r- > ^
m.^1^-^- Uunge. accord
SmrardlfSaS,~,em M~
2 m- J Puie "xaauTne.
* wmch wa (o towards the Fin-
**- Ontt. Mrs. Ralph
Mrs Irrmg Mothman aad
*7LK*ttta- or Oct.
ro saw on stmtSM atsromats
McArftur Jersey Farm 0*17
Wa Pruvkae KOSHBt
- 0KAM S0UI atEAM
COTTAtt CHSSf
mTGUi n 4-4S21
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MANISGHEWITZ
Gefilte Fish
You 11 be peoud an place .
holKia, ubae. For *o^eame
faahjoned loooot. ra all d
uue fresh water huh. fresh
And it t m defect.
he genius of reef
immtae-ago.nhfl2
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October 9. 1959
fJmistnwMlan
Page 5-B
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MAY PROSPERITY AND HAPPINESS BE YOURS
ALL THROUGH THE COMING YEAR AND
MAY YOUR TABLE ALWAYS BE SET WITH THE
Finest Foods at Lowest Prices
from your neighborhood
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WHOLE
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EFFECTIVE THRU
SATURDAY, OCT. 10
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* 13020 N.E. 8th Avenue
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+JenisWcridlk*r
Frid
aY.

Jjn the ntealm of Society
IS. HAM THM.
Thai Jennis
Exchange Vows
In a double ring reremony on
Sunday, Sept. 27, at the Americana
hotel, Miss Judith Jennis, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jennis,
2025 Calais dr., became the bride
of Harry Thai, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Preston Thai, 9781 E. Bay Harbor
dr.
Rabbi Dr. Feinstein, of Chatta-
nooga, Tenn., performed the cere-
mony. He officiated at the cere-
mony of the senior Thais 30 years
ago.
Mrs. Jennis acted as.matron of
honor for her daughter- Edvlrd
Thai, twin brother.of was his best uttOPI 11!"}'-
The bride wore a white ebiffon
and chantilly lace ballerina-length
gown. She received her AB degree
from the Universityt of Michigan.
Mr. Thai received his. degree
from the University of Michigan.
Ohio, and served three years' in the
air force. After a honeymoon in
Jamaica and Puerto Rico, they
will make their home in North
Miami Beach.
.. i :,i .mU.-.r..
Miss Robins Eyes
Feb. 14 Wedding
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert H. Robins,
16 Island ave.. Belle Isle, Miami
Beach, announce the engagement
of their daughter, Barbara Mari-
lyn, to Gerald Sheldon M.llcr.
Miss Robins is a senior at the
University of Miami, majoring in
English. She is vice president of
Delta Phi Epsilon social sorority,
and has served as treasurer and
corresponding secretary of the
Panhellcnic Council.
Mr. Miller is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Miller, 5313 La Gorce
dr.. Miami Beaeh. A graduate of
Miami Beach High School, he re-
ceived his degree from the Univer-
sity of Miami, where he was presi-
dent of Pi Lambda Phi social fra-
ternity.
He is associated with National
Brands, Inc., and is a member of
the Masons, Scottish Rite and the
Shrine.
They plan to be married Feb. 14.
Imber, Manner
Betrothal Told
Mli
Werner -Kahn
MISS BAMAf A MMMS
$irth in i tin it
Recent births at Mt. Sinai Hos
pital include the following:
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Wallace Marlar Oct. 1.
Sen born to Mr. and Mrs. Sey-
mour Nichtberger Sept. 30.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Alan
Ziffer Sept. 29.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Sheldon Blank Sept. 29.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Louis
B. Silvers Sept. 28.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Diamond Sept. 28.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Berman Sept. 27.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Paly Sept. 26.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Emanuel Levy Sept. 26.
Sen born to Dr. and Mrs. Mau-
rice Serotta Sept. 26.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Somour Mufson Sept. 26.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Rhodes Sept. 22.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Jerome
Klonsky Sept. 21.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
Kogan Sept. 21.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Rubin Sept. 20.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
Tarver Sept. 18.
PcslYom Kippur Dance
Annual post-Yom Kippur dance
sponsored by the Sisterhood of
the North Shore Jewish Center
will be held at the Carillon hotel
en Monday at 9 p.m. Chairman k
Mrs. Irving Laibson. Co-chairmen
are Mr> Harvey Michaelson and
Si-f Mechlowitz.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Morton
: Shapiro Sept. 17.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert
I Rosen Sept. 17.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Haim
Zerval Sept. 17.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs
Robert Tintner Sept. 17.
Son bom to Mr. and Mrs. Billy
Levitt Sept. 12.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Manuel
iZaiac Sept. 11.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
' Ronald Lochman Sept. 7.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Sheldon Loeffel Sept. 7.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Leo Tepperberg Sept. 3.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
! Earl Ostreicher Sept. 3.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Law-
, rence, Kaufman Sept. 3.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Guthmann Sept. 1.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Stan-
ley Roth Sept. 1.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Gerson
Glassburg Sept. 1.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Melvin
Outler Aug. 31. .
Daughter born to Vr. and Mrs.
(Fred Goldstein Aug-%9.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.'
Howard Scharlin Aug. 29.
Daughter born to Mf. and Mrs.
Jerry Leader Aug. 25.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
j liam Lowenthal Aug. 25.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Saul
Cohen Aug. 25.
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Ste-
phen Carner Aug. 23.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Frederick Techer Aug. 23.
Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Kanter Aug. 23.
Hadassah Session
At West Palm
Mrs. Samuel Sakrais, president
of the Florida region of Hadassab,
announced Wednesday that the
first nationally sponsored leader-
ship training and educational
course for teachers and education
chairmen will be held at the Sea
Breeze hotel in Palm Beach, Oct.
13 to 15.
Among local women attending
the institute will be Mrs. Sakrais,
Mrs. A. Arthur Pekelner, vice
president and leadership training
chairman; Mrs. Oscar Sindell, vice
president; Mrs. Joseph Shapiro,
president. Miami Beach chapter;
Mrs. Sanford Jacobson, president
Emma Lazarus group; Mrs. Ho-
mer Rievman. president, Miami
chapter; Mrs. Anshell Rackoff, ed-
ucation vice president, Miami
chapter; Mrs. Bernard Marder,
leadership training, Miami chap-
ter; Mrs. Meyer Golden, education
chairman, Miami Beach chapter.
The experts who will be heard
during the three-day session are
Immanuel Ben-Dor. professor of
Bible Archaeology and Semitics at
Emory University; Mrs. George B.
Rossyn, national vice president
and leadership training chairman:
and Mrs. Max Schenk, national
secretary and education chairman
of Hadassah.
Arline Phyllis Imber and Harold
Manper plan to be married in De-
cember.

Miss Imber is the daughter of
the late Mrs. Rae Bialosky. of
Cleveland, O.
She attended Hunter College in
New York, and graduated from
the University of Miami. She is a
teacher in the Dade county school
system.
Her fiance is the son of Mr. and
and Mrs. Albert Marnier, of Pel*
ham Manor, N.Y. An alumnus of
Tulane University, be is presently
associated with the Federal Aero-
nautics Assn.
MV Auxiliary Entertains
Murray Solomon Post 243. Jew-
ish War Veterans, entertained pa-
tients at the Veterans Administra-j
tion Hospital in Coral Gables on'
Wednesday. Dancing Mothers of!
Miami performed at the auxiliary
party held in the hospitals Rec-
reation Hall.
Mrs. Koch Will
Be Installed
Mrs. Milton Koch will be in-
stalled as president of the Miami
Beach chapter of the Jewish Na
tional Home for Asthmatic Chil-
dren at Denver on Tuesday eve-
ning at the DiLido hotel.
Other officers to be installed are
first vice president, Betty Bins-
bach; second vice president, Ruth
Gour; treasurer, Sara Astor; cor
responding secretary, Harriet Zim-
merman; recording secretary, Syl-
via Markowitz; financial secre-
tary, Goldie Trute. Rabbi Sheldon
Edwards will install the new offi-
cers.
"Denver Clinic Skit" will be pre-
sented by the Miami presidents.
The Jewish National Home for
Asthmatic Ch^cao provides free,
nationwide treatment on a non-
sectarian basis to all children af-
flicted with chronic intractable as-
thma, the severest form of this ill-
ness.
The average stay of children at
the National Home is two years,
during which all their needs, med-
i c a 1, educational, psychological
and spintuai, re provided for
without charge. Founded in 1907,
the National Home's programs of
free medical treatment and re-
search are supported solely by vol-
untary contributions.
Woman's Unit Hold,
Miami Women's Unit d
Cerebral Pal-yheH ,7 "
ing Monday evening ,
habilitation Center 1411
ve. Miss Sarah IW
sented a book review 7
dealing with the probw.
front the child and ParaJ
CenteTMeet
Fete Federal
Executive Head
Highlighting the semi-,
board dinner meeting of the)
er Miami Jewish Community (_
ter on Sunday evening, Oct. \i
the Algiers hotel, will be n
tribute to Dr. Benjamin B
berg, retiring executive din
the Greater Miami Jewish I
tion, William Sussman, (
of the function, said this 1
Dr. Rosenberg will
serve as guest speaker.
The program will inchioe 1
ings from the United Pmdi
Greater Miami Jewish Fe
both of which finance
of GMJCC. Isidore B.
president, indicated that, I
nual affair will set the i_
direction for the year IKmH
Sussman, a vice proaMt)
GMJCC and president of tke|
ami Beach YMHA Branch. I
special committee planning 1
semi-annual board meeting,?!
includes among its members:
Milton Balsam. Mrs. Ray I
Mrs. Howard Dunn, Mrs. Leal
stein. Mrs. Walter Feltmin.l
I Marshall Feuer. Mrs. Ber
'Hill, Mrs. Arthur Halpen'
Seymour Kagan. Hyman Km!
Mrs. Solomon Kann. Lewis I
ner, Leon Kaplan. Jack Kit:
Mrs. Theodore Lomaskin, Eds
Lynn, B. Rolland Opp
Mrs. Donald Reiff. Edward
Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Mrs. Sin
Spear, Arthur Stein. Mrs. I
Susskind and Mrs. William Sal
Kling fe be Speaker
Samuel G. Kline, marriage 1
selor and columnist of The Je
Floridian. will address the 0
mittee on Family Law of thell"
County Bar Assn. at the BiscartJ
Terrace hotel on Saturday staj
Kling will speak on "How to Call
Divorce." On Tuesday, 931 A|
Kling will be interviewed "
10, WPST-TV.
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Trfereth Jacob Sisterhood
Temple Tifereth Jacob Sister-
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day noon. Oct. 15. at the Temple. I
951 Flamingo Way. In charge of
reservations are Mrs. Max Lebo-'
wit* and Mrs. Nat HolUer. R.bbi
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un ehmty ** "lemberSip
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bow. Tbemewil.be fashion. .nd
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+Jewish Fhrldian
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Ck
I
armingixi
yours,
are well into the month of
[October, and our summer
are gradually being moved
into the far comers of our
s. The big question now is
isbion forecast for the Corn-
wall and winter seasons.
ler checking into the New
f, Florida and some Euro-
fashion markets, we have
up with the conclusion that
is nothing new or startling
ms season. As a matter of
there is a definite trend
to. the conservative, classic
in fashion.
tie are" "the figure distorting
ele and Empire lines. Waist-
are -back, and. right where
belong. The hobble skirt,
i was so voluminous in certain
^s and was too tight to walk
fort ably in, is also a thing of
past. Designers who were un-
py at the completion of the
pnt market week were those
insisted on moving the
stline up several inches, and
none of the Empire models sold.
There are always compensat-
ing factors in every situation,
and as it is with1 our fashion pic-
ture. Instead of the gaudy effect,
or a return of the H or V shapes,
there is an air of elegance and
sense of luxury, emphasized this
season.
The "big fashion news from the
luxury viewpoint is^the touch of
fur on so many ensembles. There
are. of course, the' fur-trimmed
coats that haje |bfftfc.|en Pop-
ular. Now we have Jur on suits
and dresses, with 'twTfnr acces-
sory touch In "belts, hats, and
jacket liningsthe moat popular
furs being mini:, fex.i leopard and
ermine.

eOMETIMSS it's only a small
touch of fur, as a white er-
mine collar on a black wool suit
recently seen in a fashion show
from the Helen Brooks collec-
tion. Other times, it's a costume
ensemble with the jacket in a
provocative leopard skin lining.
Here in Florida, the all-fur
hats will probably not be seen
too often. For the woman who
does a lot of traveling, they
should be a blessing. A mink hat
will pack easily, not get crushed
out of shape, and will be quite
fashionable.
As to the general hat picture,
there is no one Shape that is as-
suming a more prominent place
than others. The only important
change is the fur hat, which is
small and takes on almost every
conceivable shape.
There are several other im-
portant fashion trends that will
be discussed in subsequent col-
umns.

fJUE to the large number of
" fashion shows your column-
ist is booking, both local and na-
national, a very difficult decision
has been necessary. To properly
plan these productions, a great
deal of time is required. This has
necessitated my withdrawal from
the Charm Modeling School and
Agency.
Miss Gayle Carson, my assist-
ant for almost a year, has assum-
ed directorship of the school.
Charm models will be used ex-
clusively in all my fashion shows,
and I will handle all fashion
shows booked through the
Agency.
The School will continue to be
operated on the same individual
training basis, and with the same
policies that have proved so suc-
cessful in the past.
Your continued cooperation
will be appreciated, and guest
speakers and fashion shows will
still be available to your many
organizations.
.. tS5it t^ociatite
Continued from Pag* IB
he Algiers hotel Esther
president of the organization
Ed's manager of the Home
A "This is Your Life" pres-
^tion was offered by Mrs. S.
strin .
Ir. and Mrs. William Robit-
i. of 830 NE 123rd at., No.
|pfe B'nai Sholom Dance
nple B'nai Sholom will hold
st Yom Kippur dance Monday
frig, 8:30 p.m., at its new
ling, 16800 NW 22nd ave. In
fee of reservations are Murray
ler and Mrs. George Olfern.
Miami, celebrated their Golden
Wedding anniversary on Oct. 2
. William and Mary were mar-
ried 50 years ago in Boston, Mass.
> > >
Does Judge Milton Friedman
help wife Sylvia with her home-
work, along with sons Ronny and
Kenny, and daughter Judy, every
night? Sylvia's taking three
courses at the University of Mi-
ami, working toward a degree...
Mike Margolis, 1201 Obispo,
Coral Gables, is back at work
after being kayoed by a mild
heart attack Mike, one of
Lincoln rd.'s famed characters,
is head tailor of the Slack Bar
chain.
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expression! of sympathy
during thtir rtcaaf
bereavement,
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MRS. CIVIE PERTNOY
The family of the lore
JACOB UDELL
wishes fo I monk thtir many
frienWs and neighbors far
thair kindness daring a very
difficult ami trying time.
LEAH UDELL
and her sons
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Beauty Queen '
Search Begins
Florida's annual quest for an
Orange Bowl Queen opened offi-
cially Sunday when Miami's
Orange Bowl committee began
searching for a beauty to reign
over the 26th annual festival set
for Dec. 24 through Jan. 3.
The 1960 queen and her court
of four princesses again will be
Florida residents or girls from
other states who are attending
Florida schools. Candidates must
never have been married and can
not be professional entertainers.
The age bracket is 18 through
24. Minors must have their par-
ents' permission to compete and
participate in the festival if se-
lected as queen or one of the prin-
cesses.
Last year's titleholder was
blonde Nanita Greene, University
of Miami coed from Rockwood,
Tenn.
First step in entering is to sub-
mit three unretouched, eight-by-
inch, black and white, glossy pho-
tographs to the committee. These
photos should be a full-face por-
trait, another in street or evening
wear, and a third in swimming
suit or shorts ensemble.
Accompanying the .pictures
should be personal data including
nnuie, age, height, weight, color
of hair and eyes, bust-waist-hip
measurements, schools attended,
activities, ambitions, hobbies, pre-
vious contests won, and the name
and address of parents.
Photos and resumes should be
sent as soon as possible to the
Orange Bowl Queen Contest, 615
SW 2nd ave., Miami 36, Ha.
Temple Ner Tcrmid Men's Club will sponsor a Yom Kippur
night dance Oct. 12 at the Dunes motel. Left to right are Harry
Schneiderman, chairman, Harry Carmen, co-chairman, and
Adolph Greenbaum, president of the Men's Club, planning
the affair.
Art Show Will
Open Friday Eve
Representative Of the rapidly
growing number of young painters
in the Greater Miami area, an ex-
hibit of paintings by Sandra Gold-
man, of Miami Beach, is presented
at the Miami Beach Art Center,
2100 Collins ave., opening Friday
evening.
Mrs. Goldman, now serving as
an art instructor under sponsor-
ship of the Miami Beach Recrea-
tion Department, has selected a
group of oils painted over the past
year in anticipation of this exhibit,
which marks her first one-man
showing here.
Early instruction was received
at the State Teacher's College.
Massachusetts School of Art, and
at the Boston Museum of Fine
Arts. Upon taking up residence in
Miami Beach, Mrs. Goldman also
studied with Richard Merrick at
the University of Miami, where
her- work was shown in the stu-
dent's show at Lowe Gallery.
Mrs. Goldman has also been rep-
resented in exhibits held at the
Gallery on Coral Way
Cancer league to Meef
Women's Cancer League of Mi-
ami Beach will meet for coffee
Friday, 1 p.m., at the home of
Mrs. Milton Linn, 5515 Pinetree
dr. Mrs. Micky Kraus, president,
announced that the organization
will concentrate its efforts on rais-
ing funds for a cobalt bomb at the
new Mt. Sinai Hospital.
A i
\
Surfside h Represented
Town of Surfside will be repre-
sented by Sidney King, assistant
mayor, and Louis B. Hoberman,
secretary of the Surfside advertis-
ing committee, at the 29th annual
convention of the American Soci-
ety of Travel Agents to be held in
Havana, Cuba, Oct. 17 to 25.
Name Executive to Committee
Herschel Rosenthal, assistant
vice president and comptroller of
Flagler Federal Savings and Loan
Assn. of Miami., has been appoint-
ed a member of the Federal Regu-
lations and Taxation Committee of
the Society of Savings and Loan
Controllers.
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Friday. Oclob,]
Leon Kaplan Succeeds Harris as Chief
Of Jewish Federation Budget Committee
Miami attorney Leon Kaplan has munity commitments as president
been named chairman of the bud- of Temple Israel of Greater Mi-
get committee of the Greater Mi- ami and vice president of Mt. Si-
ami jJMBhir^r-""- -| m tjai Hospital, he agreed to continue
Kaplan's selection was announc serving as a member of the budget
ed by Federation president Sam J. committee, Heiman revealed.
Heiman at a board of governors
meeting this week at the Algiers
hotel.
He succeeds A. J. Harris, who
will continue to servo as a mem-
ber of tho important standing
committee.
In announcing the new chair-
man, Heiman lauded "the distin-
guished record of service" chalked >
up by Harris and his commituv
during the past >ear.
Despite Harris' numerous com- j
Kaplan expects to con.'uct a se-
ries of meetings in the coming
months, which will chart the path
of Federation in its fund-raising
and allocation activities. His com-
mittee is made up of more than
20 of Miami's top communal lead-
ers.
Actress to Entertain
hotel. Actress Pat Bromberg will
entertain.
Meetings will begin at once,
Kaplan announced, to help de-
termine Federation agency re-
quirements, the goal of the up-
coming Combined Jewish Ap-
peal, and tho amounts to be al-
located for national and overseas
needs through tho United Jew-
ish Appeal.
Greater Miami chapter of Worn-1 ^_ _. ... __ ,
en's American OKT will meet1 Kaplan also expects his group tt,
Sesday evening ."The DeaS meel with frequcnl reSularit>' ini Yom Kippur night dance will be
' the coming year, as a full com-1 held at Temple Sinai. 12100 NE
mittee and in sub-committees, to 115th ave., No. Miami, on Monday
tackle the complex problems of;eVening.
dollar requirements set forth by
Greater Miami's health, educa-
Yom Kippur Fete
At Temple Sinai
Ladies Auxiliary to Meet
Ladies Auxiliary of Murray Sol- lion, and welfare agencies,
omon Post 243, Jewish War Veter-
ans, will meet Tuesday evening at
the American Legion Hall 303 Al-
hambra Circle. Coral Gables.
To All Season's Greetings
III \1I SHIM
Mil A I. WOIIKS
SHEET METAL FRODUCTS
219 N.W. 20th Street
FR 4-6673
Mrs. Arthur Hittleman. a board
! member of the Temple's Sister-
' hood, is chairman of the affair and
The new chairman is a Miami wiU ^ assisted by the following
resident since 1936. and has served committee:
on major commilteea of Federa-j
(ion since its incept**:'.He is cur- Mr. and Mrs. Julian Brown. Mr.
rently a member of it beard of, and Mrs. Howard Brenner. Mr. and
governors, executive committee, i Mrs. Harry Bassett. Mr. and Mrs.
and community planning commit-: Sam Elber, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
tee. He has been active in the Hirsch. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Horn-
l.awyers Division of the Combined Jewist Appeal, served as president pr Mr and Mrs Sam 0nrot Mr
of Beth El Congregation for two and Mrs. Allen Oster. Mr.' and
yean, Ml president of the South- Mrs ,,onn ostrom. Mr. and Mrs
en Section of the National Jewish Mannie Perry. Mr. and Mrs. Rich
Welfare Board and now serves as ard PopDi,T Mr and Mrs Ra|ph
national vice-chairman of its Jew- Robin Mr and Mrs Hflro,d gj
ling. Mrs Sylvia Neufield. and Mr.
Arthur Hittleman.
ish Center Division.
He belongs to a number of fra
ernal and professional bodies.
This is the first year the High
and is a member of the Dade Coun- Holy Days are being observed in
,'> and Florida Bar AstM.
MR. AND MRS. HARRY MARKOWITZ
and Family
Thomas Robert Jerry
Wish Their Friends and Relatives a Happy New Year
Temple Sinai's new building.
Jewish Programs on FM
Thursday. Oct. 8. WVCG-FM
was to present the first in a series
of three dramatic public service
programs, designed to entertain,
as well as educate, listeners about
the significance of the Jewish holi-
days. The programs are broad-
cast on 105.1 megacycles, at 11:45
p.m. The schedule is as follow-.
Oct. 8, "With All Thy Heart;" Oct.
15, "Count Your Blessings;" Dec
22, "A Time for Valor."
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Miami Beach YMHA last week in
the first inter-city program of its
type to be undertaken locally by
the Greater Mi am Jewish Com-
munity Center.' n was announced"
l.y Charles I'lotkin, director of the
center's senior citi2ens depart-
ment.
The New Orleans group and its
staff-advisor, Bernard Stregevsky,
mapped out a tour of community
facilities as part of its first visit
to the Greater Miami area. At the
meeting of the host club on Miami
Beach, there was a program of
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t. Octolm 9,19*9
PHI 9-B
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^ Jay SchlosMr
|r Mitzvah of Jay Schlosser
take place during Saturday
ning services, Oct. 10, of North
\e Jewish Center. Rabbi Mayer
imowitz will officiate.
v is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
sard Schlosser, 605 77th st. He
student in the religious school
|ie Center, and attends Nautilus
or High.

Allan LeWintw-
ibbi Samuel April will officiate
lie Bar Mitzvah of Allan Marc
Winter during Saturday roorn-
[servtces, Oct. 10, of Coral Way
fish Center.
Ian is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
is LeWinter, 8390 SW 25th st.
be Bar Mitzvah attends eighth
ie of West'Miami Junior High
ol. where he is a student
aril representative.

See* Young
emple Emanu-El will be the
of the Bar Mitzvah on Satur-
Oet 10, of Seott Young. Br.
Lehrman will officiate.
n of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert S.
STAMUT
AUAN
signofed Ottkial School
Delphi Business and Tutoring
ool of Miami, has been appoint-
by the Comptometer Corpora-
of Chicago as the official
nptometer school in this area.
iriuates are extended free
'Id-wide placement service and
issued an official comptometer
lloma upon satisfactory corn-
It ion of the course from 10 to 12
leks.
Young, Scott is in the eighth grade
at Nautilus Junior Hjghv where he
is a student council representative.
He attends Temple Emanu-El re-
ligious school.
Reception in his honor will be
held Saturday evening at the Fon-
tainebleau hottel.
*
Roger Morritt
Rabbi Leon Kronish will offici-
ate at the Bar Mitzvah on Satur-
day. Oct. 10, of Roger Joel Merritt
in Temple Beth Sholom.
Roger is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert M. Merritt, 4485 Adams ave.
He is a student in the Bet.h Sholom
confirmation class of 5721.

Stanloy Bernstein
Stanley J. Bernstein will become
Bar Mitzvah during Saturday
morning services, Oct. 10, of Teni-1
pie Emanu-El. Rabbi Irving Lehr-1
man will officiate.
Stanley attends eighth grade of
Miami Beach Junior High, and is j
a student in the religious school j
of Temple Emanu-El.
Reception in Stanley's honor will
be held Saturday evening at the
Saxony hotel.

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University of Miami
Greater Miami this month enters
a new era in the symphonic field
with the engagement of Fabien
Sevttzky, iamernaflwasjly known
music director and conductor, to
lead the University of Miami
Symphony Orchestra in the most
exciting winter secies of the or-
chestra's 33-year history.
Sevitzky wBl open 'the winter
season Oct. 25 and 26 in the first
of nine pair of concerts at Miami
Beach and Bade Comity Auditori-
ums, with pianist Rudolf Firkusny
as soloist.
Sciert of a netad Rueeien musi-
cal family, Fabian Sevitzky was
atom near Moscow in 18M. His
father, a well-known musician
and teacher, insisted on young
Fabian studying the piano and
violin, instilling in the youth all
of his leva and appreciation of
freedom and fine music. By age
ten, he was sufficiently profi-
cient on the violin to apply tor a
scholarship at the Imperial Con-
servatory of Music in St. Paters-
burg.
His tutors at the Conservatory
included such fawpus musicians as
Rimsky-Korsakov.-Liadov, Glazou-
nov and Siloti. "Rimsky-Korsakov
was a remarkable person and a
wonderful teacher," Sevitzky re-
members. "He once threw me out
of class because I made too many
mistakes while working on the
blackboard."
Sevitzky Will Open
Symphony Series
led various music organizations,
including the Young Musicians'
Orchestra, the Sevitzky Vocal En-
semble, and the New Hampshire
Music Festival.
By 137, Sevitzky, who short-
ened Ms name) so that it would
not ba confused with that of his
uncle, Boston Symphony conduc-
tor Serge Koussavitxky, took
over the conductorial reins of the
Indianapolis Symphony. In just
two years, Sevitzky was craditad
with raising the local organiza-
tion to a position of command-
ing importance among the synv
phonic* orchestras of America.
He was at Indianapolis 18 years.
Sevitzky first appeared here
two years ago as a guest conduc-
tor, and as a result was engaged
for four concerts last season. He
has just returned from a summer
concert and opera tour through
South America.
"I am a hard working man," Se-
vitzky says, "and I welcome peo-
ple who want to work hard with
me. I want to make music that
glows, and I am willing to work for
my results."
The "Fly" monster, Brett Halsey, attempts to kill his unale,
Vincent Price, in "The Return of the fly," a moertespiece" of
horror, paired with a second shocker, "Alligator People." now
showing at the Carib, Miami and Miracle Theatres.

You are invited to attend
Dedication Ceremonies
of the Garden of Eden
SeCtiOn... of The Vista Jewish
Memorial Gardens this Sunday,
October 11, beginning at 1 p.m.
Rabbi Isaac Ever and Rabbi Max Shashw
will officiate this beautiful and
inspiring service. Memorial seivlies)
for loved ones not interred in local
cemeteries will be held.
The public is invited.
THE VISTA
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GARDENS
Located at Northwest 142nd Street
and 67th Avenue (Red Road)
For further information, please call TU 7-2661
At 18, Sevitzfcy graduated magna
cum laude, and was awarded the
Conservatory's firs} [ gold medal
for double-bass. .Ratals' and con-
certs throughout'Trossia followed.
Sevitzky, who bortj a striking re-
semblance to Rudolph Valentino,
I also acted for a short time in Rus-
sian motion pictures.
At 30, following the Russian Rev-
olution, he came to the United
States and joined the Philadelphia
Orchestra under Leopold Stokow-
ski as a double-bass player. An
intrepid "orchestra builder," Se-
vitzky later organized the Phila-
delphia Chamber String Sinfoniet-
ta, the first permanent string or-
chestra in the world.
By 1928. when Sevitzky became
an American citizen, he knew he
wanted to be a conductor. He
moved to Boston and for six years
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"n^mTeS IMMMMMiTk. Paul Sobels .re celebrating Mrs S. s
birthday at the Lucerne tomorrow, hosting a dinner p.rt> atthe H.
van. Mardi Gras" revue. The realtor also will be celebrating mo*
ing of his offices to the Mercantile National Bank bid* r *
Nov 1 His partner and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weinberg. will be
"""Se1 S sEreturned ,o M-am, Beach after cutting short
their European tour. Mrs. Shaw fractured her right leg while the couple
were mountain climbing in the Tyrolean Alps, and she spent a month
m the hospital at Innsbruck.
The artistic talent of Dr. Jacob A. Glessman ha* resulted in the
first exhibit of his paintings in tht Huber Gallery at the Deeuville.
Hotelman and Mrs. Irving Cohen shortly will embark on a cruise
to South America. He and son. Saul, have just sold their interest in
the DiLido. but retain operation of the Poinciana.
It used to be: "Everybody wants to be an actor." Now. it's changed
to (especially in Miami Beach): "Everybody wants lo be a hotel owner."
Best example, actor Eddie Bracken, who just took over the Cadillac
hotel.
Mrs. Albert Pollak, of the hotel clan, showed her hand as a song-
writer, composing a ditty for the skit that was part of the "Back to
School Night" held by the Beach High PTA Tuesday. Mrs. Sam Kelin-
son gave an assist with her pianistics. The singers included Mrs. Theo-
dore Struhl. Mrs. Leonard Jacobson, Mrs. William Wickman and Mrs.
Irma Podvin. Their attire included hats from the collection of Mrs.
Muriel Hirseh Pick, sister-in-law of Mrs. Pollak.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dormer, who were wed on Sept. It in
Georgia, mrm back from their honeymoon and are residing in No. Mi-
ami Beach. The bride is the former Jo-Ann Guterman, daughter of
the Mel Gutermans, of Miami Beach.
Attorney Irving Wolfe off on a combined business and pleasure trip
to New York.
Pearl Halberstadt doing a lot of practicing at Normandy Shores
for the reopening of her "home course." Bayshore. on Saturday. Its
greens are in fine shape, for a change, after a month-long recondition-
ing program.
Peggy Finkle. Helene Jackson. Sid Feldstein. Anne Corrsin, Ruth
Feuer. Marge Sewell, Mae Saigh. Twila Sebuhz. Harriet Williams.
Elaine Raskin. Phyllis Pollak, Dorothy Relkin, Rose Robbins. Betty
Schwartz and Sue Cutler are just a few members of the Bayshore Wom-
en's Golf Assn. who are looking forward to Bavshore's reopening.
* *
TOPICAL AND TROPICAL: Those in the "know" say that Herbert
Classman was in on the purchase of the Eden Roc because he held a
mortgage of more than $400,000 on the hostelry. Sam Cohen, who is
connected with the Lansburgh hotels, was another king-sized mortgagee
Maybe one of the big reasons for the sveceee of motels in the
Sonny Isles sector is that they de-emphaslze the American Plan in
their northern advertising. Ifs the "A.P." that* choking the life out
of the Miami Beach hotel business more than anything else.
Still haven't heard of a practical program to make teen-agers (who
have a big influence on their parents) want to come to Miami Beach in
the summer and during the shorter school holiday periods. In other
words, they're forgetting how to spell promotion with a capital "P" on
the Beach It'll take more than conventions to keep the swank hotels
out of the red if they continue to operate 12 months of the year
-*-?* -ft
BOTH SIDES OF THE BAY: Ruth Foreman launches the roman-
tic drama. "Come Back Little Sheba." at her Studio M Plavhouse to-
night -Thursday, for a two-and-a-half-weeks run. Lee Sandman will
* Rn^u ,D "I," ^sRElteMuTupperrmS ^ <" **" *" *-
af JZrJUn S ^ BiUy Baracs Revue' with **"* company
iJ2f.JE?? V f *0men Wb0' among oth*r lhln*s- Pof Holly
wood and beatniks. Its at the Fontainebleau La Ronde
aSS" '-'f T~< w=.,bs
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Henry Lewten calls attention to the fine fcsnasisi aVaaawaa ..
oooular CanrfUiLwv* i i. r T anajuet facilities at his
popular lenaieiignr Iran an Coconut Grove Tho r*t..r._* :
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One of the highlight? of dining at the Bonfire i< tk. fa ..
Utnii provided to all University of Miami V,^! i, ^ tr,n*P
Make reservatio. do Uter ^nmStT^J\l T BWl
j tesy trip, for .A Fnday mghl dmerT^ **** u> secure the cour-
! g delights. et^aJ^h^F^aSn M.f ^T* ^
landmark, going on 20%-ars. Munu *<* *****
kebab^d^toVf^^ >
want to savor them a, MicfceT,"Sil2s!e W M y0U
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I er locally. Dave led the bands at Com City for L^ t.
Danny Kaye. Maurice Chevalier. Jimmy Durani* n1? ^Pm^T* **
Sammy Davis, jr.. to name a few ***-*. N Km, Cole, and
W^rSTS JS Sa^^LSl-" te ^ third year,
music-makhii. rf X wSnaw^nTti^ ""'va.anz.. and his
revue. ^~^J5?ZL X^^ "$** f *
hsf Dia Co-leUo reAn. lo the SSi'JpTlL^i^ ""^
Miami Beach Civic
conducted by Barnett Breeskin.
will open its season Oct. 18. 8 p.m.
The event will celebrate the 14th
anniversary of the United Nations.
Working with the Miami Beach
Division of the American Assn. for
the United Nations, headed by B.
"in W,]iiami, ^
UniverMty <*
of the
will take part
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luxated a Sunday -j,
Bayard Strell. and Judge Harold | the first of which is id
B. Spaet. who is UN Day chairman, j Oct. 11.
the evening win launch United Na
tions Week, which is cheduled na- Sheba" wa?
tionw.de Oct. 18 to 24. Dr. H.'night. Oct 8
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October 9, 1959
*Jenisti ncridian
Page 11-B
HUBUT MINTZ
[B Attorney
is Law Firm
kbert B. Mintz, former gen-
Itiorncy of the National La-
ilatkm* Board, has accepted
Inership in a Miami law firm.
iu aenred with the NLRB
' 1948 until this year, when he
pated with Pallot, Silver, Pal-
ern and Mulloy. He was the
{general attorney designated
ndle all of the NLRB's cases
tmtheast Florida area under
Florida regional office.
linti will limit hit practice to
isenting management in the
Ming of labor problems. The
firm namm will be Pallot,
?r, Pallot, Stern A Mintx.
Bti is a graduate of Cornell
ersity School of Industrial and
|r Relations and of New York
ersity School of Law. During
tenure with the NLRB, he sat
\ hearing officer, handled some
be board's biggest election
and wW-the board's trial
ney in unfair labor practice
It ion.
nee his arrival in Miami three
ago, Mintz has taught class-
nd a lecture series at the Uni-
iy of Miami. He is a mem-
of the labor law committees of
[American Bar Assn. and the
Ida Bar.
lie attorneys in the firm are
lam L. Pallot, Sam I. Silver,
pard A. Pallot, Edward A.
I, Gardnar Mulloy and Robert
riedman.
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Emanu-EI Youth
I Plan Yom Kippur
Temple Emanu-EI junior con-
gregation Yom Kippur services
. will be held at 2:45 p.m. Monday,
immediately after the Musaf serv-
ice at the Miami Beach Audito-
rium.
The following boys and girls of
the Temple Emanu-EI religious
school will participate in a special
Yom Kippur presentation, "If Not
Higher," written and directed by
Trixie Levin.
Jonathan Turk, Wendy Unger,
James Frehling, Vallls Fineberg,
Nancy Friedland, Teddy Borkan,
Jennifer Rand, Michael Friedland,
Marsha Talianoff, Kenneth Jacobs,
Serena Mizrahi, Michele de Vorkin,
Stephen Unger, Jwlith Zalles,
Larry Newman,- Hark Levy, Mi-
chael Kesselman, Rebecca Cohen.
Karena Fishbein, Marsha Cap-
land, Joan Mannheimer, Sandra
Rubin, Sandra Mannheimer, Ste-
phen Horwitz, Daniel Abelow, Mi-
chae! Mintzer, Meredith Rand,
Alan Kipnis, Ala* Jtosenstrauch,
Barbara Kaplan, Adele* Klein, Ar-
thur Unger, &tL&i*m&, Jerold
Fine, Larry Katxen, fteenah Sam-
berg, George Eisman, Deborah
Fineberg.
David Friedwa^tt/'itama Gim-
melstein, David Glickman, Nancy
Hersh, Ronald Kaplan, Jeffrey
Mazor, Linda Mechlowitz, Darryle
Pollack, Jack Rapkc, Howard
Weisenthal, Mollie Sokol, Richard
Schwartz, Arnold Leibovit, Randy
Sheffman, Marvin Langsam, Ste-
ven Rokeach, Benjamin Field.
The following students of the
second grade. Foundation School,
will also participate: Lee Sharon
Fryd, Marti Harris, Franklin Hor-
witz, Scott Kasdin, Abbey Lev'ine,
Abraham Mansdorf, Ralph Miz-
rahi, Norman Plotkin, Meril Sher-
man and Victoria Simon.
Rabbi Bernard Mussman, direc-
tor of education at Temple Emanu-
EI religious school, will conduct
the service.
brother. HaroM. Services and burial
were In Newark, wlili local arrange-
ments by Rival-aide Memorial Chap*!.
MRS. LENA ROTHENBERQ
'' Ol I t hl I Lin :,\ .... died BOPt,
2, in Philadelphia She came i.
Bo, and In survived l>v five
Albert Roth,
JJorrh doth and Nathan Roth-
enbergTNoT Unfl*#aoti *j>,a Mso
reaves H daughter, brother, and sister.
* rvlci e oot al Newman
runeral Home.
Mrs. Gaggstatter
Succumbs at 66
Mrs. Frances K. Gaggstatter, 66,
of 701 DiLido dr., died Friday,
Oct. 2.
A resident here for the past 25
years, she came to Greater Miami
from Columbus, Ga., where she
was born-.
Mrs. Gaggstatter waa active in
Temple Israel Sisterhood, Har-
vey Seeds Auxiliary of the Amer-
ican Legion, arnTMK Sinai Wom-
en's Auxiliary.
Surviving are one son, Henry
Gaggstatter, jr., and two sisters.
Mrs. Marjorie K. Bloom and Mrs.
Bessie K. Apte, flLjAGreater Mi-
ami. She also lewUPfcne grand-
daughter, Ellen Gaggstatter.
Services were Monday in Colum-
bus, with local arrangements by
Gordon Funera
J.WMAN
ISAAC J. I-IOFFM-
78. of 1687 Euclid ave.. died Oet 3.
A retired painting; contractor, he was
member of B'nal B'rlth, Knights of
Fvihias and WorkniauVs Circle. He
la survived hv his wife. Bertha; son.
John: and brother, David. He also
leaver a daughter, sister and five
grandchildren. Services were Oct. I at
Qordoa Mineral Home, with burial In
Mt. Nebo Cemetery. *
MRS. PAUlTnE BENNETT
-.3. resident of Miami fur 20 yean.,
died In a Miami Mjjjrtftt ?>< f^e
had lived in Key V/-M for the. last
four years. She 1* lanrsrltcd by her
huahand. Charles: son. Morton, and
three sisters. Services were Oct. 7 at
Newman Funeral Home, with burial
In Star of David Cemetery.
ABRAHAM eU^KLOW
73. of Mia NW 3rd ave., died Oct. 4.
A veteran of the Spanish-American
War, he had been a resident here for
ten vears. and waa a retired furniture
.sales aiceht. Surviving are "'"'''
Lizzie, brother, and three sisters.
Services were Oct. I In CordonFJiner-
al Home, with burial in Star of David
Cemetery. .
HARRY BLOOM
St, of SS Lenox ave.. retired dress
designer, died Oct. t. He had been
a resident here .for t. > ears and Is
survived bv his wife, Eva; son. Man-
Tev; and a daughter Service- were
at River-id.- Memorial Chapel.
LOUIS ROSENFELO
TJ retired paperhanger and decora-
tor, died lore Oct. I. JBS**^. .''
Miami 12 years MTO froNew Yol*
CKy, and I <** m J V,
Surviving are five brothera and
ajatars S.-. Oct. 2 at i.oi
don Funeral Home.
MRS. FANNIE CHWARTZ
71, f si... Washington ave.. died (>cl
Bh .'me here a year ago from
Newark. N.J. She Is survived by a
daughter, Mr*. Oertrude Jennls, ana
WALLACE DAVIS
71, of jsm s\v ztrd st.. died sept U
Owner of use i furniture More, he
came here n years ago from Canada.
.surviving in-., ii > wife, Mamie: son,
Henry: and daiiKlit.r Ha alao wavte
a in other, four i i. .hi | ran
child. Bervlcea erera Oct. i al RJver-
ld< Mamorial Chapel, \V. Klanler st.,
with burial In Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
* DAVID M. MELTZ
7. of 1439 Alton id., died Sepl. 3(1. He
was ,i cm pet salesman for 4.". year .
and i.'ii.- to Miami In IMS. Sinviv-
ing are his wife, Bthal; ton, Jerome;
two daOKhtcra ineliillng Mrs. Norma
Rothsteln, Miami: and tu.. ilatara. He
.also leaves nine grandchild, en S.rv-
Ices were (let. 2 at Riverside Me-
morial Chapel. Alton rd., with burial
In Mt. Xebo Cemetery.
HERBERT MANDUS
.'.8. of 134 BW 60th ave., riled Sept. 2*.
He came here ten years ago from
Brooklyn Surviving are his wife,
Margiit. son, I'r ILalph. and brother.
Services were Oct. 1 at Riverside Me-
morial Chapel. \V. Flagler at., with
burial In Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
NATHAN ROZALSKY
fi, of 1040 10th st., died Sept. 29. He
Is survived by his wife, Anna: two
sons: daughter. Mrs. Tetta (Sold: and
alx grandchildren. He came here
nine years ago from Cleveland, and
was a tailor. Services were Oct. 2 at
Riverside Memorial Chapel. Washing-
ton ave.
MRS. MARY SCHULMAN
81. of 3041 NW 10th ave.. died Sept.
80. She came here from Chicago 25
years ago. Surviving are five sons.
Jack. Charles, Armanri, Bernard, and
Leonard, two daughters. Mrs. Lillian
Davison and Mrs. Reulah Poncher:
two sisters, eight grandchildren and
eight great-grandchildren. Services
were Oet I at Qordoa Funeral Home,
with burial In Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
DR. IVAN R. GOLDEN
78, .of 8161 Collins ave., died Sept. 29.
II. came here n years ago from Cin-
cinnati. A retired optometrist, he Is
survived by his wife. Mannie: son.
Dr. Stanley: daughter. Mrs. Jewell
York: two brothers and four sisters.
Services and burial were in Cincin-
nati, with local arrangements by Riv-
erside Memorial Chapel.
BERT L. CLEMENS
at, of 60 NW 189th ter.. died Oct. 86.
He came here six years ago from
Flmlley. O., and was a retired build-
ing contractor. Surviving are his wife.
Lena; son, Merle; and two grandchil-
dren. He also leaves two sisters.
Services were Sept. 29 at Riverside
Memorial Chapel, Normandy Isle,
with burial In Southern Memorial
Park.
MAX SOLOMON
52, of 3501 Riviera dr., died Sept. 28.
He came here five years ago from
New York., and was co-owner of
Cookies restaurant In Coral Gables.
Surviving are his wife, Sadye; son.
Robert: and daughter. Donna. He
also leaves five staters. Services were
Sept. 29 In flordon Funeral Home,
with burial In Star of David Ceme-
tery.
Dade Bank
Names Executive
Sidney Aronovitz, chairman of
the board of the Bank of Dade
County, announced Wednesday the
appointment o f
Frederick J.
Teschke as ex-
e c u t i v e vice
p r e s i d ent and
member of the
board of direc-
tors and chief
operations o f fi -
cer of the bank.
Formerly,
Teschke was
vice president TtSCHKt
and treasurer of the Little River
Bank and Trust Company for
seven and a half years.
Teschke was born in Elizabeth,
N. J., 48 years ago. He attended
elementary schools in New Jersey,
and graduated from New York
University. He is a graduate of tne
American Institute of Banking, and
entered the banking field in 1931.
He has been assistant manager
and head examiner of Public Na-
tional Bank of New York, now the
Bankers Trust Company, and
credit supervisor of First National
City Bank of New York.
In 1952, Teschke arrived in Mi-
ami to become the treasurer of the
Little River Bank. He is a past
president of the American Insti-
tute of Banking, Miami chapter,
first vice president of the Greater
Miami Clearing House Assn., and
member of the Florida Bankers
Assn.
The Bank of Dade County was
founded in April, 1956, and has
grown to ovw ten and a hatf mil-
lion dollars in deposits, and ap-
proximately twelve million in to-
tal resources. It is located in the
163rd Street Shopping Center.
LEGAL NOTICE
Henry Gilbert, member of the
Israel Bond committee exec-
utive boatd.greets James Mc-
Donald, first U.S. Ambassa-
dor to Israel, at a reception
tendered the Ambassador by
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert at then-
home, 12670 NE Miami pi..
No. Miami, last Saturday
night. Ambassador McDon-
ald is in Miami to speak on
behalf of Israel Bonds at a
number of. congregations dur-
ing the 'High Holy Days.
Miami Firm Listed
The first edition of "Who's Who
in Graphic Arts in America," dis-
tributed at the Graphic Arts Expo-
sition at the Coliseum, New York
City, and nationally with the Expo-
sition Issue of Printing Production
Magazine, lists the Miami Post
Publishing Company, 1942 NW 1st
ct., among the top 200 lithograph-
ers-printers in the United States.
Only one other Florida firm
shared in this honor.
LEGAL NOTICE
CIRCUIT COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCU T, DADE COUNTY. FLA.
CHAN. No. 5C 2431-C
PEI.AYO K. IMQI-KRO.
Plaintiff,
vs.
MADELINE PIQUERO,
Defendant.
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
YOU. MADELINE PIQUKRO. 53S
Park Place Brooklyn. New York, are
notified to serve a copy of your An-
swer to the Divorce Complaint on
plaintiff's attorneys. Kngel and Hou-
sen. SOS Hlscayne lluildlng, Miami,
Fla.. and file original with Clerk of
above named Court, on or before the
26th day of October. 19.19. otherwise
Complaint will be confessed by you.
DATED: 23rd day of September,
1939.
E. D I.EATHERMAN. Clerk
(seal) By: K. M. LYMAN, Deputy
/B5. 10/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IK HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name, of
BAY -TOWJSBS l.in.-..ln Road West
Knil'MlHinl Reach/Florida n! hi; Lin-
coln Itoad. Miami Beach, Florida In-
tend to resistor aaM name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of I I a ..
County, Plot .(..
BAY TOWERS APRTMENTS,
INCORPORATED
.iri.H'S JAY I'ERI.MCTTER
Attorney fir AMiIiv4nt
w 16-23-30
_______________ i.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELFVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY.
No. 59C-9416-I
DANH-U- -I .'sTEIKItNAilKL,
ruintifr.
vs.
DdRETHY A. STIC IK l:\AC; ED.
Defendant
NOTICE^ BY PUBLICATION
YOI". 1>i iKK THY A. STBUER-
\\.;i:i.. IM-24 Hillside Avenue. Ja-
maica. New fork; are hereby notified
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you. and you
re required to serve a copy of your
answer .thereto on Plaintiff's attor-
ney. EDWIN A. WILLlNCKIi, Dln-
roln-Drexel Building. 1135 Drexel
Avenue. Miami Beach. Florida., and
file the original answer In the offices
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before November 9. 19">9. otherwise a
pro confeaao will be entered
against you.
DATED: October 6. 1959
i: It LKATHERMAN, C'erk.
Circuit Court. Dade Countv, Florida
(seal) By: R. H. RICE, JR..
Deputy Clerk.
10/9-16---':t-:n>
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBRBBY r.lYKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
hQalneei under the fictitious name .f
DABRO ROCK Ob., al Dad* Countv.
Intends to register said name with
rk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
ADBBRT <'.. BOURKB
Sole ( lull, r
M.\K\ FA
ATtoi na> for Applicant
.digress Bldg.
10/9-16-23-JO-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 59C8708 ,,
CLAIRE ABRAMS, 45.'
Plaintiff. I**
Afi.KVl.s .\i:i:.\m-C""
l lefendant.
NOTICE TO DEFEND
TO: MORRIS' AP.KAMH
. Mrs. Louis Appeil.aum
109) Pearl Street
Sharon, I enns.!vanla
YOU, MORRIS ABRAMS, are here-
by notified that a Complaint for Dl-
VOroe has been filed against you and
you are rejQOlred to serve a copy of
your Answer or Pleading to the Com-
plaint r>n the Plaintiff's attorneys,
BeJcel a Tettelman, 904 Blscayna
Building, 19 w.st alagler Btreet, Mi-
ami :\2, Florida and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office at
flM Clerk of the Circuit Court OB or
before the 20th day of October, 1959.
If you fall to do so Judgment by De-
fault will be taken against you for the.
relief demanded In the Complaint.
DONE \.\'l> ORDERED al Ml.ml,
Florida, thU 14th- day of September,
A.D. 19.19.
K B. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dade Countv. Florida
lse.,1) By: K. M. LYMAN.
Deputy Clerk.
BBW3BL & TEITKI.MAN
Attorneys for Plaintiff
:<4 Hlscayne Building
Miami 32. Florida
9/18-2.'.. io/i-e
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (JIVFiN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name; Of
RIDCJE BAKERY DEI.ICATICSSKN
at 20209 South Federal Hlghwav, Cut-
ler Ridge. Florida Intend .to register
said name with the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida.
ALEX SA4HALION
ABE TtlJOOM
as co-partners
ENOEI, and HOCSEN
Attorneys for Alex Samallon
305 Hlscayne Building
Miami 32, Florida
FItankllln 3-0S02
10/9-16-23-SO
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage en
business under the fictitious name Of
THE CHAKRl'ROER at Miami. I>1
County, Intends to register said name
With the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
JACJO FOODS. INC.
a Fna. Corp.
JOSEPH I'Altlin
Attorney for Applicant
Ml Industrial Bank Bldg.
9/18 25, in/1-9
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE U HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business tinder the fictitious name of
SI IS lit IMPS at 4900 NW. 27th
Aventfe. Miami. Florida Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florid*.
THE HARDER CORPORATION
OF MIAMI
HAROLD A. CREENB
Attorney for The Harber Corporation
of MWml
10/9-lfi-2S<10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage .in
business under the fictitious name of
,(2 JEFF'BRSON APTS. at 542 Jof-
ferson Ave.. Miami Beach. Florida in-
tend to register said name with the
Cerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
CounlS', Forlda
EDWARD MERLIN
LENA MERLIN
LF.BOWITZ l:i:i.I.i:i:
Attorneys f. .r :.42 Jefferson Apts.
7W First Street
Miami Beach. Forlda
IK IV0TT4
10'r>-lfi-23-30
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY.
No. 59C 085-N
\ D. SL'PWORTH,
I In. I al.-r.
Plaintiff,
OLOfHA ill'INAHKS MKI.I.V and
ANTONIO A. MKLIN. .lit. her
husband.
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SUIT BY
PUBLICATION
TO: C.LORIA OUINAREfl MKLIN.
and ANTOMci A. MEI4N, JR.,
her husband,
Dcf. ndants
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN ______
TOP \KK HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Bill of Complaint for Foreclos-
ure has been filed against you by the
Plaintiff In the above styled Court
and cause, for the purpose of tore-
closing the mortgage on the following
described property, altuate and being
In Dade County, F'lorlda, and more
particularly described as follows:
l.t 4. Block 57 FTU'RTH ADDITION
TO PALM SPRINtSS SPBDIVI9ION
SECTION F". as recorded In Plat
Book 57 at Page 73 of the Public
Records of Dade County. Florida,
a/k/a/ 12035 NW. 59 Avenue. Hla-
leah. Florida.
YOU ARE HBRBBY required to
serve a copy of your Answer or other
Pleading on o'slnMffs attorney, MIL-
TON A. FRIEDMAN. 1111 Alasley
Building, Miami 32. Florida and file
the original Answer or Pleading in
the office of the C'erk of the Circuit
Court in and for Dade County, Flor-
ida, on or before the 11th day of No-
vember. ISM. or Judgment will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded In the Bill of Complaint.
WITNESS mv hand and the seal of
said Court at Miami, Dade Countv,
Florida. Ibis 2nd dav o' October, 1959.
K II I.KATIUKMAN
Clerk of the Clrfult Court.
Miami, Dade County. Florida
S SNFIEDEN.
Deputy Clerk
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for plaintiff
1111 Alnslev Bldg.
Miami 32, Fla., FR 1-54*4
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