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

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

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"OewisH Floridian
Combining THE JSWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WitKLY
33 Number 42
Miami, Florida, Friday, October 16, 1959
Two Sections Price 20<
lasser Offers Peace:
\ake Back Refugees,
)pen Up'Jerusalem
CW YORK(JTA>President Nasser of the United Arab Repub-
red this week to accept a United Nations Security Council resolu-
firming the rights of all nations to unimpeded use of the Suez
If Israel would accept all UN resolutiotis on Palestine.
Ike Aired Soviet Jewry
In Khrushchev Exchange
U.S. OffFED miDIATION
ASf 2 4
deration
imes New
(rector Here
ROSfCHAN
Bur S. Rosichan was this
named executive director of
Ircater Miami Jewish Federa-
lm J. Hei-
president of
ration, and
Id Thurman,
ppan of a
lal commit-
,-elect the
cy director,
announc-
Icsic ban's
fitment He
Ic i eds Dr.
liimin B. Rosenberg.
losichan ic presently execu-
director of the Federation
| Jewish Community Sorvkos
[Montr**I, Canada, a position
hat hold sine* 1*55. Previ-
lly, ho was oxocutivo direater
(the Unitod Jowiah Federation
1 Buffalo, N. Y., and assistant
hctor of the Fadaratlon of
ish Philanthropies in Pltts-
rgh.
|c-nhan's acceptance of the
was confirmed Wednesday
lit at a meeting of Federation's
kutive committee at the Algiers
Irl.
Icmbers of the committee to
pet the new director, in addition
Human and Thurman, included
on M. Kanner, Jack Carner,
Morris Goodman, A. J. Har-
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, Jay I.
lak, Leo Eisenstein, Arnold
^lcr, Judge Irving Cypen, Stan-
C. Myers, Mrs. Jean C. Leh-
in, Leon Kaplan, Isidore Simko-
U. and Fred K. Shochet.
+ The obvious propaganda gesture
was received with coolness at the
United States State Department
where it was indicated, after a
study of the proposal, that it con-
tained nothing new. The offer was
made, not through normal diplo-
matic channels, but in a statement
to representatives of the American
press in Cairo.
The UAR President empha-
sized that ha meant Israel would
have to agree to UN recommen-
dations that Palestinian Arab
rtfugees bo given the right to
their former homos or compen-
sation, and the 1947 UN plan for
partition of Palestine and inter-
nationalization of Jerusalem as
"a fair trade." If Israel accepts
all UN resolutions, ho said, "we
will accept the Security Council
resolutions of 1951" on the Suez
Canal. H* said the UAR would
be ready to accept a UN board
or commission to put these reso-
lutions into effect "f*
WASHINGTON(JTA)Reports which were circulating in some
circles here to the effect that President Eisenhower personally had
raised questions on the status of the Jews in the Soviet Union in his
talks with Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev at Camp David were con-
firmed in a letter from the White House made public here Sunday by
the B'nai B'rith.
CJen. Wilton B. Persons, assis*
tant to the President, addressed
the letter to Label A. Ka'.z, na
ional president of B'nai B'rith,
informing him that President Eis-
enhower had discussed the contro-
versial subject with Mr. Khrush- \
chev. American Jewish leaders
were unable to meet with the So-
viet Premier for the same purpose
during Mr. Khrushchev's tour ol
Jie United States.
Continued on Page 16-A
Mr. Khrushchev told the Pres-
ident that ha had boon aware of
the question. Gen. Parsons said,
"but that It was his position
that, so far as possible, the Jew-
ish people in the Soviet Union
are treated like everyone else."
This response, in effect, was sim-
ilar to the answer Mr. Khrush-
chev gave to a question prepared
Continued on Pace 2-A
Arabs Attack
Integration Plan
Devised by Dag
Jewish Groups Reveal Statement
Of Principles Intended for Nikita
NEW YORK (JTA) Twenty-one national Jewish organizations
which were prepared to send a delegation to Soviet Premier Nikita
Khrushchev, to discuss with him the state of Soviet Jewry, Monday is-
sued a lengthy statement giving the background of their decision and
emphasizing that they have reason to believe that, although Mr. Khrush-
chev refused to see their five-man delegation, their views did reach the
Soviet Premier. The statement of the 21 organizations reads:_______
and*---------------- "
When the United States
the Soviet Union announced an
exchange of visits between Presi-
dent Eisenhower and Chairman
Khrushchev, many groups recog-
nized the possibility for a presen
tation of a variety of issues. Un-
| derstandably, American Jews be-
Icame concerned with seeking
an
Union to the attention of Mr.
Khrushchev. At the outset, sev-
eral groups sought an appoint-
ment. In the absence of a single
recognized forum, this too was un-
derstandable. After some negotia-
tions, 21 major national Jewish or-
at-
MAKING 'ANOTHER ISRAW
Lebanon 'Spy' Arrests Rise
ganizations, whose names are
opportunity to bring the plight of tached, ^erl^to cnwM**
their co-religionists id the Soviet their approach to the problem.
----------------"----------------------"The concern and attitude of
the Unitod States was indicated
by the words of the Secretary of
State, Mr. Christian A. Harter,
who said: 'In the State Depart-
ment wo have requests from a
number of different organiza-
tions to try to arrange appoint-
ments for them with Mr. Khrush-
chev. The Jewish organizations
did it individually, asked for an
appointment with him, then
joined together and asked if they
might send a representative to
represent all of them to see Mr.
Khrushchev. We endorsed strong-
ly that request.'
"In the short time available, the
cooperating organizations faced
! two tasks: a. To agree on the issue
I and the position to be taken; b. To
select a delegation in the event
that Mr. Khrushchev heeded the
strong representation of the State
UNITED NATIONS(JTA)-Thc
General Assembly's special politi-
cal committee convened here this
week for the first meeting of this
year's session with the Arab refu
gee problem, one of the main top-
ics on its agenda. The Arab League
promptly jumped into another an-
ti-Israel fray, by presenting to Sec-
retary General Dag Hammarskjold
a memorandum insisting on the
return of all the refugees to Is-
rael as the only solution to that
problem.
The memoranaum, given to Mr.
Hammarskjold by Abdel Khalek
Hassouna, Secretary General of
the Arab League, made these
points:
1. The League rejects the Ham-
marskjold plan for integration of
the refugees into the economies of
the Middle East. Such a plan, the
League contends, is 'incompatible
witfl existing United Nations reso-
lutions 'on Palestine and will be
strongly resisted by the Arab
states." The memorandum "reas-
serts the stand of the Arab states,
and the Arab people of Palestine,
on the rights of the refugees to re-
turn to their homes .and rejects
any project even indirectly aimed
Continued on Page 16-A
IRVING ENCft
. serious vacuum
Engel Urges
U.S. Vigilance
PARIS(JTA)There is a grow-
ing concern among West Germans
about the need for education for
citizenship and democracy, Irv-
ing M. Engel, honorary president
of the American Jewish Commit-
tee, reported here this week fol-
lowing his arrival from Germany,
where he discussed this problem
with Chancellor Konrad Adenauer.
He said West German political
leaders also discussed this prob-
lem with John J. McCloy and Dr.
James B. Conant, former U. S.
High Commissioners for Germany;
Shepherd Stone, of the Ford Foun-
dation; and Dr. Harry Gideonse,
Continued from Page 3-A
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
JERUSALEM-The total number of arrests in the alleged "Israel
P> .ing" in Lebanon has risen to nine, including a second Jewisn sus-
ect, according to reports received here Tuesday.
The first Jew'rcported arrested in the case was Albert Levy, an
[Itorney. The new report listed the second Jew as Sami Salem.
In addition to the earlier charges of spying for Israel and spread-
ling rumors that the Lebanese and Arab economies generally were
unstable, as well as allegedly helping to smuggle Jews out ot Are
[countries, the new charge was listed in the Arab press.
The arrested persons are now also accused of seeking to isolate
ebanon from other countries with the goal of "making it into another
Israel." .
The Arab newspapers also declared that two other Jewish mem-
rrs of the alleged spy ring escaped, one of them to Israel.
Phi/ly Rabbis Question
Sunday Closing Laws
Continued on Pago 11-A
PHILADELPHIA(JTA)The
challenge to Pennsylvania's Sun-
day-closing law took on added
significance this week when the
Philadelphia Rabbinical Assn.
and the Philadelphia Board of
Rabbis, representing Reform,
Conservative and Orthodox rab-
bis here, filed a joint "friend of
the court" brief in support of five
local Jewish merchants who seek
to upset the state's newly-stiffen-
ed "blue" laws.
The latest brief was submitted
to a Federal District Court here
in what looms as a major test
case affecting separation of
church and state. It was signed
by Leo Pfeffer, associate general
counsel of the American Jewish
Congress, and Jacob Richman,
president of the Pennsylvania
State Region of the AJC, who
are serving without fee for the
two rabbinical groups.
Their brief brought to six the
number of "amicus curiae"
briefs already submitted in the
casefive attacking the Sunday
law and one in favor. Seeking to
upset the law are the Eastern
Pennsylvania Conference of Sev-
enth Day Adventists, the Phila-
delphia Jewish Community Rela-
tions Council, the Delaware Val-
ley Council of the American Jew-
ish Congress and tha two Phila-
delphia rabbinical groups. Sup-
porting the measure is the Penn-
sylvania Retailors Association.
At a hearing before the court
last month, the Jewish mer-
chants charged that the law vio-
lated the First and Fourteenth
Continued on Page 16-A


Page 2-A
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B-G Says U.S.
Fti B'nai B'rith leaders meet under the chairman-
ship oi Gershon L. Miller and Irving Schatz-
man to discuss support of the annual dinner
Nov. 19 of the Jewish National Fund Council
of Greater Miami. Standinq J. L. Berman. Mrs. Paul Sadkin, Mrs. Irving
Laibson, Dr. Zev Kogan. Schatzman. Ezra Fine-
gold. Sol Goldman, dinner committee chair-
man. Mrs. Bettv Birchansky. and Joseph Mech-
low. Seated (left to right) are Miller. Daniel
M. Broad, Mrs. Max Kern, Edward Stern and
Albert Gordon.
Ike, Nikita Discussed Soviet Jewry
Continued from Pag* 1 A
by the Jewish Telegraphic Agen-
cy and asked of him at hit tele-
vised appearance before the Na-
tional Press Club here.
ed Mr. Khrushchev of the concern
that had been expressed to him by
representatives of the Jewish peo-
ple in the United States over the
, situation of the Jewish people in
the Soviet Union."
"The President." Gen. Persons Mr. Katz lauded the President's
informed Mr. Katz. 'then inform intervention, saying that it prob
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sion" on the Soviet Premier, and
"this can only have a very' favor-
able effect on the future cultural
and religious existence of Jews in
the Soviet Union." The B'nai
B'rith head said that the President
had "rendered the Jewish com-
munity a great service."
The B'nai B'rith leader dis-
closed today that, following his
meeting with President Eisen-
hower on" Sept. 23. shortly before
the start of the Camp David talks,
he had "left the White House with
the impression that the President
had placed the subject of Soviet
Jews on the Camp David agenda."
Mr. Katz. Maurice Bisgyer, execu-
tive vice president of B'nai B'rith,
and Mrs. Charles D. Solovich. pres-
ident of B'nai B'rith Women, had
met with Mr. Eisenhower to pre-
sent him with the B'nai B'rith
President's medal for his efforts in
preserving world peace.
"At that time," Mr. Katz said,
"we expressed to the President
the concern of American Jews for
the erosion of the religious and
cultural community of Jews in So-
viet Russia. It was then indicated
to us that the President was high-
ly conversant with the subject."
Urged Peace
JERUSALEM- (JTA) Prime.
Minister David Ben-durion re-;
vealed this wejk that the United
States Government "recently in
it id ted an attempt to bring about
peace talks" between Israel and
the United Arab Republic.
T'ie Prime Minister made the
disclosure in a Iwyzthy article in
the Government Year Book. The
Prime Minister (declared that "thci
initiative" in tHe effort "came I
from the supreme authority in the |
United States" and that it failed
because of "obdurate opposition
from the Egyptian dictator," Pres-
ident Nasser of the UAR.
He also disclosed (hat in the
summer of 1950. Israel asked the
Soviet Union to invite representa-
tives of Israel and Egypt to peace
talks He added that the Soviets;
never replied to the requests.
Mr. Ben-Gunon. in a discussion
of the background and conse-
quence of the 1956 Sinai campaign,,
warned against the "fallacy" of j
believing that the 1956 operation |
solved Israel's security problems.
He said "basically, the problem is
not solved."
He indicated a belief that the
"wall of Arab hostility" would
eventually be breached out, that
this would come, not by direct Is-1
rael action, but by strengthening I
of Israel's ties with the peoples of
Asia and Africa on whom the Arab
governments tried to rely for sup-
port.
Mr. Ben-Gurion revealed that
on November T, 19SC, the late
John Fester Dulles as Secretary
far
State had w#mM;
the world wW|1||J
Jteneral war bt,gs,#
refusal to wftt,dr,ra
Sinai peninsula. Mr I
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all United Shfe t
end, but alsa Mut |
be expelled tram Hn
tions, the Prinw'i
He described attfci
objectives of tJa;
that of dest:
es in the Gazaj
ing freedom of
Gulf of Aqaba.
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+Jewish Fkx-kHain
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Pag 3-A
World Jewry Nearing 13 Million
Wold, 8-year-old Miamian, who is a rheumatic heart
e patient at National Children's Cardiac .Hospital, pre-
3 Geld Seal Certificate of Merit to Merle N. Vaught, 9th
:t vice president of the Florida Junior Chamber of Corn-
while Richard I. Berenson, president of the hospital,
n. Jaycees from throughout the district voluntarily re-
the hospital buildings recently, some traveling as far
miles round trip to help with the work. Paint, scaffold-
ind steam cleaning services were also contributed to the
institution, the country's only completely free, non-sec-
hospital devoted to the diagnosis and treatment of
latic heart disease in children.
NEW YORK There are about
12,082,000 Jews in the world, living
in 119 lands and territories, ac-
cording to a new survey prepared
by the World Jewish Congress In-
fstitute of Jewish AffairsTlere'.""
The survey actually covers 122
lands, but three, Jordan, Saudi
Arabia and Mauritius, contain no
Jews.
In a preface to the 70-page "Sur-
vey of the Jewish Communities of
the World," Dr. Nehemiah Robin-
son, of New York, director of the
Institute of Jewish Affairs, states
that the study is based on recent
information whenever possible
"received from or checked by" the
local representative Jewish body.
Dr. Robinson points out, however,
that "most of the figures are esti-
mates because in only a few cases
do official census data exist."
The survey lists 6,176,000 In the
Americas, 5,260,000 of them in
the United States of America; 3,-
273,500 in Europe, of whom
"there are about 2,006,000 per-
sons registered as Jews in the
Soviet Union within its present
boundaries; 2,006,400 in Asia, in-
cluding 1,822,361 in Israel; 560,-
906 in all Africa; and 64,500 in
Australasia.
Apart from Jordan, Saudi Arabia
and Mauritius, where there are no
Jews, the smallest Jewish popula-
tion in the world is in Basutoland
where, the survey states, "there
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JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
JERUSALEM For the first
time in 2,000 years, a synagogue
wa opened in Nazareth last week.
The synagogue, located in the
center of Nazareth, was opened to
meet the needs of immigrants set-
tling in new homes erected in the
area and for government officials'
living in Nazareth.
The services last week were the
first in modern times.
e
Engel Urges
U.S. Vigilance
Continued from Page 1-A
president of Brooklyn College.
| West German participants includ-
j ed representatives of the Christian
i Democrats and the Social Demo-
I crate, as well as heads of two West
German states and leading West
German educators, he reported.
are only two Jews, both high offi- 35,000;
cials." USSR,
There are no Jews in the King-
dom of Jordan, "nor are any ad-
mitted," Dr. Robinson'j. study re-
cordS.TIddingT
"There have never been any
Jews in Saudi Arabia, nor are
Jews admitted even in transit.
Saudi Arabia even bars Jewish
U. S. Army personnel from U. S.
military bases in that country. Re-
cently a Polish building contract
was cancelled because among the
Polish specialists sent there were
allegedly some Jews."
Mauritius is included in (he sur-
vey because of its role as a deten-
tion camp for "illegal" Jewish im-
migrants to Palestine.
Among the 3,310,542 Jews of
Europe r about "two million
persons registered as Jews in
the Soviet Union withm its pres-
ent boundaries." The Soviet's
largest Jewish settlements ere in
Moscow, about 300,000; Lenin-
grad, about 150,000; Kharkov and
Odessa, about 106,000 each.
Dr. Robinson notes "there are
no Jewish communities or other
representative bodies of the Jew-
ish population, not even within the
Communist Party, the Yevsektsia
(Jewish Section of the Communist
Party), having been liquidated be-
fore the last war."
Next to the two million Jews in
the USSR, the largest Jewish com-
munity in Europe is in Great Brit-
ain (450,000), followed by 300,000
in France and 200,000 in Rumania.
According to the survey, there
are in all 2.335,050 Jews within the
Soviet sphere of influence: Alban-
ia, 200; Bulgaria, 6.000; Czecho-
slovakia, 17,000; East Germany,
1,850; Hungary, 75,000; Poland.
Rumania,
2,000,000.
200.000; and the
In the United States, according
to the survey, there are about 2,-
UOlrJRJO Jews"trTGreater New York,
400,000 in Los Angeles, 330,000 in
Philadelphia, 280,000 in Chicago,
150,000 in Boston, 88,000 in Cleve-
land, 80,000 in Baltimore, 75.000 in
Detroit, and a similar number in
Miami.
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Foreign Currency Resorvos Up
JERUSALEM Israel
currency reserves increased in the
I April to August period, the first
five months of the current fiscal
I year, by $20 million to reach a
| total of $165 million, Finance Min-
jister Levi Eshkol reported Tues-
1 day.
"Like Chancellor Konrad Ad-
enauer, with whom I discussed
this problem last Thursday, there
f many responsible leaders
aware of the serious vacuum that
exists in German education," Mr.
Engel said. He added that it was
clear "to all that this task of re-
education must be done by the
Germans themselves, and can-
not be done by outsiders."
"While various attempts are be-
ing made at local an* state levels
throughout Germany to improve
foreign: the situation in the field of civic
education and enlightening preju-
dice, a much more substantial ef-
fort is needed," he asserted. "The
Germans themselves recognize
that a general coordinated effort
by the Federal Government, the
various states, and non-govern-
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Friday, October 16, 1959
14 Tishri 5720
ADL Leaders Allay Southern Jewry's Concern
Throughout the history of the South, Jews
have maintained pleasant relations with their
neighborsto such an extent that many of
them rose to positions of preeminence in polit-
ical and economic circles.
Until recently, there has been little reason
to doubt that this pleasant relationship would
continue in the future. The May, 1954 Supreme
Court ruling on separate but equal facilities
seemed to put it all to sudden question. A
number of factors governed the change:
Most Jews, despite their long-standing
Southern traditions, found segregation inimical
to the teachings of their religious heritage.
They may have lived here for decades, some
for generations, and a number might even be
enshrined in the hallowed halls of those who
made the supreme sacrifice during the War
Between the States. But the spirit of the Su-
preme Court ruling seemed more in accord
with their ancient Jewish faith than did pre-
valent Southern practice.
The South, particularly since World War
U. has attracted an increasingly large perma-
nent population with originally Northern roots
and with outspoken feelings about segregation,
showing little or no sensitivity toward the "spe-
cial role" of long-standing Southern Jewry
Jewish civil libertarian organizations
with national offices in the North, have contin-
ued to support the Supreme Court rulinq de-
spite requests from some Southern Jewish com-
munities that such support be modified in the
Sonf here"^ ^ **""*-
If the segregation-integration battle was
n^'en\CcUSe fr ,ear' ardent nd
noted anti-Semites have since added fuel to
*<*hZ \ffOU?h 8Peeches and me Publication
of hate literature depicting all Jews as pro
in.eara.ion although this conclusion isPta
from the truth.
SUKKOTH 1959
SHUN 'IMMOBILIZING FtARS'
agaJft rSCJent rmee,in9 of six Southern re-
ffnLbS f !hl Anti-Defamation League
S. J. Bn,h nd ,he fermath its reports
are especially welcome today, in light of these
oSSPE^. P* meetin* held New
Sri u .eaid dJfcussin from Jewish leaders
hroughou. the South, including represent
lives of .he Florida ADL. presenia
cafltoff? f, the.9a,hing was a statement
2wH2 Jthro)wmg oli in""obUizing fears"
n2'[ 'he development of "intelligent elfart."
^J FoWems of human relations and
law and order in the South. The Anti-Defama-
tion League leaders also:
~,* "T? coPera'ion with Southern Chris-
tians in helping to solve race problems and in
*9 greater interrehgious understanding.
i J? ? a,8d that fears amona ^w aril
ed dZih!', Ce ed distribution of anti-Semitic literature and
other^activrtie. of hatemongers "ax. no, S
m^4kf!f & * stemmmg from the mtegration-segregation bat-
tS Sfi"S eHeCt UP" frdi.ionaSy
friendly attitudes toward Southern Jewry.

LAW AND ORDER ON RISE
The Anti-Defamation League leaders are
to be warmly applauded. To begin with, they
put the spotlight on the fact that Jews are not
atone in .heir desire to live in accordance with
the Supreme Court ruling.
Obliquely citing the decline in violence
against synagogues, they suggested that the
general social tone of the South is such an in-
creasingly to search for a realistic approach
to the integration order.
And frankly diecuasing what has seemed
to be a genuine challenge to the traditional
Posmon of the Jew in .he South in the wake of
the 1954 court order, the ADL leaders allayed
prevalent fears in this regard.
An interesting by-part of the New Orleans
meeting is that it was composed of Soulhern
L9'!n mAu bV" f Ann-Defamation
League and that their policy statements, rec-
ommendations and conclusions are indigenous
North. SU*land ~ with no prompting from
Northern officials of the organization.
The gathering, added to .he recent exoeri-
ences ,n Little Rock. Ark., and elsewhere. seTms
to indicate that law and order are mSTS,
crease and .hat. as the ADL suggested ^iS
mobihzmg fears" need paralyze our best te.
tentions less and less.
The Meaning of Sukkoth
the ek SrfeS GT9aU>I Miami be9in
the ?^h m^m* "booth." and symbolize.
For centuries, Sukkoth was liHU m. .u
a reminder of the historic SSj^VZ
own time, the rebirth of the StaJ^Ti ,0ur
vitalize, the meaning of uie ho ?H? ^ "*
agricultural and i^g*
ogam a central part of active KSTSLS!
fruiU^the^^^ the
-gt\X^^
harvest; we are^ing Z^^thaf.tT S
of the Jewish people9th^Tiu wav CuS
0U" FRUSTRATSD.
w ence ,n seeking ,
J Mr. Khrurtfi;*
the curren, sl J<
Jewry lsa(,,areu^;
American Jewish T"*"*
conf^ion ,)f miv^Nj
one hand, those who^l
Stricter appli,,,,^
the tragic conscquencei of democratization a proeesi ^^1
more sternly consider to be the threshold of assimilaT ^^^
other, those who continue to reiterate the need for "
Jewish society, with all the duplicating and frequently comr11
ganizational ties thii implies, regard the fact that *.
range a meeting with Mr. Khrushchev at an affirm at **
principles.
The Soviet Premier, they hold, refused to me
of American Jews because he believed them not to be ^i
.a.ives of the Jewish community here. They were Mr Kh
is supposed to have felt, nothing but a special interest ntmO!*
If he would grant them an audience, why uot all the ouW^1
organizations in the United States, whose membership?
critical of internal .Soviet policy? w "*
It should be said at the outset that both points ofttew.
their particular merits. It is at least theoretically true tiu.T
ican Jewish community formed in the image of the old f
"kehillah" could provide a representational bodv to sneak fa!?
whether with Mr. Khrushchev or on other occasions when JLV
that their interests are neither properly stated nor resiiedn*j
is also some troth to the theory that the Soviet ITemier *,?
meet with Jews here because he believed they would be swikT.
for themselves. ^""H
Mr. Khrushchev-that those quick to explain the Premier^
in terms of a victory for their particular viewpoint also aroWi
sure for such a meeUng to the limit of their political influenci -i
This is particulariy sad because it emphasizes the cooftste,
American Jewish community thinking today. We may haveT^
sides in philosophical conflict with respect to the structure en.
ary Jewish society should take. But their allegiances shift on I
of expediency. Thus, Mr. Khrushchev came up against a tain
roand for face-to-face discussion on the status of Soviet Jewrti
he knew not to be united at all.
Generally speaking, "in-group" ideological difficulties ml
as fateful as they seem to be here. Prevalent Jewish eoofuss)
.he other hand, is vexing because it reflects on our failure to
achieved a mature view of the Jew within the larger Americm ft.
of reference. To call for a combining of organizational talents: I
the elimination of duplicative groups professing similar goals; for tag
coordination of philanthropic, educational, cultural and relipow nl
jects all these are conceivably understandable if only in terns t
modern efficiency processes.
But to caU for them in the name of a "kehillah" is quite taotsJ
matter. The very term, "kehillah." as well as its historic EuroaJ
identifications, conjures up memories that are both bitter and braHtl
indeed, one would not be hard put to equate them with the Chet*
Whatever the stripe of our loyalties on the American Jewish comia*
.Wei0nt y" none "* wou,d seriously subscribe to ghetto-iata*
p>R it IS in tbe nature of our nation's melting pot that direw
cultures come together and seek common ground for socioloiicuBai
while respecting one another's differences. But it is also in the mini
of our nation that such cultural differences ultimately oiMppex.
Hence, the recent religious revival in the United States which, ia th*'
stead, contributes to a spiritual stratification of contemporary As*
ican civilization.
Whether we subscribe to the consequences of the melting poti
not, the fact remains that Jews here, for the first time in tfcuia*
of years, have been accorded the opportunity of personal aawys*
and protection by virtue of their citizenship identificatiea with tat
dmc.rpteus democratic society in which they live. Th* is a far cry
lrf-m the "kehillah- to which Jews clung in Europe IxiihJweauwthf j
were segregated l}y prevalent decree and as a means of pWaJ
then traditional heritage.
Spiritual stratification in America today fosters religious iieoo-
ication as an alternative influence to the free-thinking, rugged u*
viaualism of years gone- by. Jews, it is clear, require no iwUtef |
societies for the practice- of their beliefs. Contrarilv. in an effort |
support the hjghly favorable democratic climate of the nation, and* ]
n adjunct to theproteetion of their new-found freedom, Jew.hi
ak-en to play pleading role in civil libertarian programs. .W
unately, this frequently puts them in the vanguard oi Ue battkfcf !
tnose American freedoms which, in our time, are increasingly rtfW; I
ea with a jaundiced eyeseparation of church and state is a pnodl*
example.
.... 3i*S Jew9, 'WJnsltt upon the nation's returning to basic Con*
jutional guarantees-to a solid respect for the individual and hii nght
In,T*,mitJ,~"ho* can we logically and spontaneously s*ek
SS ilSl1.!- "ken,hM whin the United States, urging faeettf* ,
wrr^m. .. ,Lemier "" S*** Union?
T T What w did- expressing outrage over Mr. Khrushcheti
ican fi" deni,,! tn,lb to leU- "* si on the basis Uia. Aa*
tolLlwry "'snlly be construed as a separate entity lb"
KinesT "*"" ^ JeW* ta ** Soriei Umon W3S B0M
f.r.ITi-diSPaSSi?,Ute "^"Pert. is clear that we would **
b^a?rty,Iere ^ "* shoe oa another foot. Do we no. eft**^
en TLi^05* ,W^ "tegoriae u "racially." nationally and someM*
Z pfS^U"ly; In our civil "beitariaa role, do we not !***
ne effort to exalt the individual? In short, just what would ta*h*
her* w^T nylh'tical Khrushchev gambit during kMj
Jew? CMt *8'>e"ioos P> the nature or quality of the Amenc
was ^11 n!l? "y tJ,at the d"ire to w"n tnc sov,et ^M
r!?Hcomp*,,bl *'th loyal citizenship. But it does '",,*3
sudden group identification. 0f which the Jewish om^^
danter^n '",erview w" Prsmount example can be ex.re^
inwfrd oL. Fr ,s looble-edged sword capable of beta. I***
'"ward upon us in the hands of tbe unscrupulous .
not St'JZ?VmtK* ,Mlnst Mr ittrushcbev is a case in poim b "
S^vie riH "\u",alk>n ^ 8ov'u* J** roup .prt frs g
a?btr.rv f ?S.lha' we ind ~ reprehensible? And does nslJj
paternsLo u a,',n ,Md to 0,her- **ny undesirable discn-"-"*
tToV, genocide'for 5w &
w.y. each "I*.? "" ^^'^ that An,erkan JeWOr V? ra?
to the ni *l ,he 1mom"'t of advantageous choice Without r*
his is of enn '"V?[Ved in ** the "kehilUh" concept to '^
chev di? m,[" ,he eru* of the impossibility. Perhaps Mr. kWJ*
bunlh^f Am:ri?.Vbbyr.,Un8 f ^ "n,her '
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Members of Temple Beth Sholom meet to plan
a dinner honoring Jack A. Cantor and Samuel
Oritt, general chairmen of the Greater Miami
Israel Bond committee, to be held Sunday at
the Americana hotel. Clockwise around the
table are Morris Sipser, Greater Miami man-
ager for Israel Eonds, Rabbi Leon Kronish,
Temple spiritual bcider. Harold Zinn, vice
chairman of the dinner. I. Hecht, jr.. dinner
chauman. David Drucker. Tom Kravitt, Jacob
Rilkin, Judge Harry Greenberg. Sidney Ansin,
William Bornstein. William Agranove. Frank
Kamen and Max Weitz. Guest speaker at the
dinner will be Yael Dayan. 20-year-old Israeli
author cf the novel, "New Face in the Mirror."
Yael Dayan to Speak at Sunday Dinner
Honoring Israel Bond Committee Chiefs
Friends and members of Tem-
ple Beth Shol.im will register their
tribute to two of the congrega-
tion's leader.-. Jack A. Cantor and
Si :;uel Oritt. at a dinner Sunday
at the Americana hotel.
tor and Oritt will be honored
for their leadership in the Temple
and for their outstanding service"
Stati ol Israel as general
rmen of the Creator Miami Is-
Bor.d committee.
Dinner chairman it I. He-St,
}r and tojsfmaster will be Har-
old Zinn. Rjbbi Leon Kronish,
of Temple Beth Sholom, pointed
cut that under the leadership of
Cantor and Oritt, Israel Bond
sales in Greater Miami have
reached rece-d levels and have
made Miami the leading city in
the United States in the rate of
increased sales over previous
years.
A pre>entation of tribute to Can-
tor and Oritt will be made by
-he l.eshem. Consul of Israel in
:.h.t Southeastern region of the Uni-
ted State.-, on behalf of the State
of Israel.
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HANOVER. Germany (JTA)-
Arthur Goetze. the neo-Nazi pub-
li-hor of kafl?t which asserted
that 'Zionists. Wall Street and the
Kremlin rulers had conspired to
(Ntcrminate the German race,"
rai -entenccd here to nine month.-'
imprisonmi nt. The court also or-
dered that he be forbidden to is-
sue any publications for a period
of five years.
Goefxe, a follower of Matthilde
Ludendorff, widow of the late
Gen. Ludendorff, who had sup-
ported Hitler's rise fo power,
was released by another court
here last January, after his ar-
rest, on the grounds that his
leaflet had no* boon directed
against the Jews as a people but
only against "a small group bo-
longing to try* Jewish world pow-
er clique.
He was rearrested on new com-
plaints brought by Dr. Curt Rad- j Central Council of Jon J
lauer. a Jew who formerly held a many. The conviction uj
government position, and Dr. H.G. ence followed m another|
Van Dam. secretary-general of the I court.
Council Seelu
Director Herel
Greater M.ami Coantsi
list Youth .nMd*
tkms for the position!
Paul Kwitncy and la|
Karg. ci.-i ..airmen,
We(inesda\.
U Position will be eithtrl
part time, and invohn:
ning. coordination and i
of ^oung Juda"ea actii
j Greater Miami area.
j Application- should be i
Paul Kwitncy. Suite Sit, |
coin rd.. Miami Bead,
than Oct. 25.
HSJ fAtl 04TAM
Coming to Miami to take part in
she ceremonies at the dinner will
be Yael Dayan. noted 20-year-old
Israeli author of the novel. New
Face in the Mirror Miss Dayan.
who recently arrived in the IS
.n conjunction with the publication
jI her book, will make the Miami
...t her only speaking engage-
nent in this country.
Both Cantor and Oritt brought
;o iheir post.- as general chairmen
j{ the Greater Miami Israel Bond
ommk.ee "notable records of
achievement in business, civic and
philanthrope endeavors. accord
o dinner chairman Hecht.
Cantor is one of the best known
realty men in Florida. On a na-
tional scale, his influence has b?en
establishment of huge shop-
p'"g centers, theater operations
and the building of warehouses, as
well as in the insurance business.
Prior to coming to Miami,
Oritt was vice president of the
national Diana Store chain. Al-
though he intended to retire
from active business life, his
energy soon found him back in
business as head of the Dwyer-
Baker Corporation, one of the
largest manufacturers of ma- i
chines and tool dyes in the South.
Miss Dayan. guest speaker at [
the dinner. i> the daughter of Is-
raels former Defense Chief of
Staff, Gen. Moshe Dayan. Miss
Dayan is a native Israeli. Her
maternal grandparents, long-time
JfintaaWmiuM, are noted citizens.
Her gnadjaoajaer is an education
socialist, and her grandfather i-
an attornej
Hr paternal grandfather, whose
name is synonymous with Nahalal.
Israel's prize cooperative farm, i-
a member of Kno--et Her mother.
Ruth, is the dynamic head of Mas-
kit, the company aiming at devel-
oping immigrant home handier.,
At present. Mis* Dayan helps
to support herself as a ioumelist
and as a writer in the publicity
dapertaienl of the Israel Gov-
ernment Tourist Corporation.
At the age of 14. she began to
write for the press Her first arti
ele appeared in the widely-read
afternoon paper. Ma'ahv. She has
also written extensively for chil-
dren's magazines.
Miss Dayan spent her childhood
in Nahalal. but as the Army posted
her father to various commands,
she divided her high school educa-
among Israels three main
cities. Jerusalem. Tel Aviv and
Haifa. She has taken an active
part in the scouting movement.
and at one time led a seminar for
Arab Girl Scouts.
30 Yean Ago This Week
Kinship: The official organ of the '
National German Jewish Assn
urged, in an editorial published in
Berlin this week, that German
Jews have sympathy for German
anti Semites because, after all
they too are part of the Germaa
nation.
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*Je*lsli ikridicir
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of the nation's oldest and lagest savings institutions.
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*Jtni /"day. Octab, I
Miami Financier Rolls Up Sleeves for Jews Here and Ak
____- -------------m i o^SSsISsSBsVSsMbVBsVBsVBsHI rael and >;
Jay I. Kislak, prominent inort
gage banker and welfare leader,
will head up the biggest city-wide
cash drive for the Combined Jew-
ish Appeal in local history.
Kislak's appointment was an
nounced Wednesday by Sam J.
Hi'inian. president of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, and
Jack Carner, chairman of the
1959 Combined Jewish Appeal.
"Cash Buys Life" is the slogan
for the emergency cash project
scheduled to start on Oct. 26 and
to keep rolling until the quota is
reached.
"The ca-h drive is Miami's
personal pledge clean-up job,"
explained Kislak. "It is part of
an extraordinary nation-wide ef-
fort of the United Jewish Appeal
to raise an additional $35 million
by year's end."
A firm believer in direct action,
chairman Kislak rolled up his
sleeves and went to work imme-
diately.
He conferred with Israeli rep-
resentatives in New York City,
who had recently returned from
an inspection tour of Israel's im-
migrant shanty towns. He learn-
ed that more than 85.000 people
live in these temporary shacks
and dwellings. He was told that
130.000 immigrants are strug-
gling for a living on 482 under-
developed rural settlements with-
out enough water, farm machin-
ery, live stock and buildings.
Kislak then spoke by long dis-
tance telephone with I'JA na-
tional headquarters in New York
City. He was advi>ed that one
half of the emergency S35 million
cash LO.il is seeded by Nov. 2. so
that it ma> be presented in I>rael
by th, 1959 Study Mftwioa during
mid-November.
Kislak was told the belanee
will be needed by Dec. 12, when
the annual national conference of
the United Jewish Appeal will be
held in New York Crty. At the
Sonday morning session on Dec.
13, representatives of all Amer-
ican communities will be aefced
to present their cash proceed* to
UJA.
Kislak also spoke with Rabbi
Herbert A. Friedman, executive
vice chairman of UJA. who told
Kislak that "Israel is the heart-
beat and focal point of much of
UJA's effort to save and build
Jewish lives. More than 600,000
men, women and children in Is-
Key team of the Combined Jewish Appeal Julian Weinkle (left) and Seymour Rubin
cash drive meets to kick off the one-week (right). Standing are R. Williams Apte and
effort in Greater Miami area. Shown with Howard Kane,
chairman Jay I. Kislak (seated center) are
rael and 25 her coaj
pend on a cont.nuoosfjo,?!
to help them t)Ccome
sorbed."
Furthermore cajB ,
desperat.lv |rd lm^V
and rehabilit ninn 4 j^
migrant age! orphan^ _
capped and ill, ;,nd for thowJ
of youth who ,.eed ^J^
education. _'
Discussing 1 s^|arinB
solution to Mi imi*i ca*h
lem. Kislak sol therti
swift collection f ^j
paign pledt-f. and
all outstanding pledges]
vious years.
"Pledges, no mat
erous, cannot do-!
said. "Only cas
stream that can no
less, feed the hi
homes to the
virtually buys I
is the time to tra
ges into reality and
sire to help into
only way we can-j)ejp hi
people perform their t
mercy."
With the overs? as*j^H|
ly set in his mind^^B
of the cash drive tWty
an examination of
ami's welfare requiraaaH
Accompanied by Federadll
president Heiman, Kislak BMI
from one agency to inottv*r, as I
ferring with presidents "SI
tors, examining financial *|
merits, ledger books, and Ukf-
These Critical Figures Tell the Story
More than 85,000 people are housed in temporary shacks and dweliinqs
m Israel. ^
Sorne 135,000 immigrants in Israel are struggling for a livinq on 482
underdeveloped rural settlements. ^
United Jewish Appeal seeks an additional SS5 million by the end of 1959
in a Cash Buys Life extraordinary campaign.
One-half of this sum must be delivered by Nov. 2. to be presented to
Israel by the 1959 Study Mission next month. pr*eniea to
Balance oi this critical figure needed by Dec. 12. when UJA gathers for
annual meeting in New York City. gawoTs rar
tions. Kislak is familiar 1
yearly operating funds nteMkj
Federation's beneficiaries, *a
ho has served as a mtmberfftl|
budget committee, and hat I
and studied many agency I
rations.
He found that group wwtsf>
ices and leisure time presi
at the Greater Miami Jens
Community Center may be *
ously hampen if cash sta-
tions from Ftderalioa falters j
the coming months
Care of indigeaat patients al j
Sinai Hospial most be coctinei
on an even greater stale. OT |
that the new structure is
about ready to open its dosn l |
the public. Kislak learned.
Immediate cash paymentis"!
Combined Jewish Appeal pk#
will provide the necessary fas*
to sustain the Jewish Home fir
Dynamic cash chairman Jay I. Kislak rolls up his
sleeves and is ready. The first 24 hours on the job he
telephoned Israel disject, spoke with UJA officials in
New York City, made whirlwind visits to four Miami
agencies, huddled with Federation leaders at three
meetings, and got the life-saving Cash Drive under way.
opens the books of the agency to castTcW StL","!? ** and G*,den AgeI8
man Jay L Kislak landing left? Sd /* "^^ ** a*h lailure-
-,


\. October 16. 1959
*Jenis!h tkrUkui
Page 9-A
LING UP HIS SLEEVES FOR PHILANTHROPY
jed from Preceding Page
Iged, the Bureau of Jewish
it ion, Jewish Family and
ri-n's Service, and Jewish
tional Service, it was in ad-
disclosed.
beneficiaries which look to Fed-
eration for cash support are the
Baron de Hirsch Loan Fund.
Newcomers Service of the Na-
tional Council ol Jewish Women,
and a numbe* of communi'y rela-*
tions and defense agencies.
long other local and national The CJA cash drive is sched-
uled to open officially on Oct. 26,
according to Kislak. However,
due to the emergency, he urged
Miamians to send in advance
cash payments to the Federation
office, 424 Lincoln In., Miami
Beach, to get the campaign roll-
ing.
-Members of the cash drive
committee will be named shortly,
Kislak said.
Volunteers Will Receive Thanks
Greater Miami Will say "thank j paign cabinet, and all volunteers
you" to the thousands of volun- to attend the event.
tcers in the 1959 Combined Jewish
Appeal at a campaigners' party
Nov. 5 at the Algiers hotel.
Jack Carncr, 1959 campaign
chairman, has invited division
chairmen, members of the cam- ner.
The program will include pre-
sentation of awards.
- tr program and attendance com-
mittee for the celebration will be
named shortly, according to Car-
fe brought them together... Now let's give them a fresh start-with cash
AN OPEN LETTER FROM JAY I. KISLAK:
For 85,000 immigrants of former years, still idling their lives away in gloom and stagnation of Israel's
pathetic shanty towns the ma'abarpt YOUR CASH means moving them out into simple, decent
homes and a chance to lead lives of usefulness, self-sufficiency, and'self-respect...
... Let's meet their needs with cash and deeds
For the 300,000 other immigrants of recent years including 130,000 living in Israel's 500 farm villages
YOUR CASH means new facilities, new farm equipment,schoolsfortheyoungsters,maintenance
of vocational services and retraining programs all designed to help them earn their way
and become useful citizens of Israel... ...Let's meet their needs with cash and deeds
IN GREATER MIAMI MORE THAN 55.000 MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN ARE HELPED
ANNUALLY BY CJA HEALTH. WELFARE AND SERVICE AGENCIES.
... Let's meet their needs with cash and deeds
Sincerely, JAY I. KISLAK,
Cash Chairman
MAKE
YOUR
PLEDGE -
AND
PAY
YOUR
PLEDGE
-NOW!
CJA CASH WEEK Oct. 26 to Nov. 3rd
Remember your Combined Jewish Appeal sup-
ports the UNITED JEWISH APPEAL and a network of local
and national social service, health, education and welfare
agencies.
COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL
of Greater Miami
/ have read your advertisement explaining the need for cash to-
sustain programs oi aid in Israel and 25 other lands and am happy
to enclose my check for $ ......... fulfilling {all) (part) of my
pledge to our local campaign in behalf of the United Jewish Appeal
and other causes.
NAME
ADDRESS
Make checks payable to:
COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL
424 Lincoln Lane, Miami Beach 39, Fla.


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vJewlsHhrkitor)
Page 11-A
vups Reveal Statement for Nikita
;ontinud from Page 1 A
tment, which was supported
Ificials in both executive and
Dative branches of the Gov-
lent.
Dc necessities of the situation
such as to make ongoing re-
el news, as to steps taken,
i ;-ab!c Now it can be stated
it had been agreed to limit
Inumber of the delegation to
and that the organizations
indeed reached substantial
pment on the five. Then it be-
clear that Mr. Khrushchev
:M not find time for the meet-
Earlier the organizations had j
ed common ground as to
[lu-ions concerning the posi-
of Soviet Jewry as follows:
The estimated number of
Is in the Soviet Union is ap-
lmately 3,000,000 and the Gov-
iient of the USSR has always
irded them as a distinct na-
il and religious group.
2. However, despite the de
re recognition of their status,
Jews are the only religious
tup which has no nationwide
ligious association. There is
comprehensive federation of
fish communities. As the So-
authorlties themselves de-
I the existence of such a fed-
|>ation as a condition for the or-
Lnized construction, supervision
ad maintenance of houses of
^ayer, and for the manufacture
Rd distribution of articles of re-
jious worship, the denial of the
of federation suffocates
he effective operation of Jewish
ligious life, even in the Con-
ines open to other religions.
f'Jews are not permitted to main-
|n religious associations with
iish religious organizations out-
Je the Soviet Union, such as the
lationship permitted between the
kssian Orthodox Church and the
arid Council of Churches. Soviet
are not permitted to teach
eir children the Hebrew lan-
pa-c, without which Jewish re-
Jious observance is impossible
Ir them. While some synagogues
Ive been allowed to function on
! local basis, there have been dis-
irbmg reports in recent months,
pen in this regard. There is au-
pcniic information of the closing
synagogues and prayer groups
i number of provincial cities.
3. From the point of view of
roup culture, the position of the
bws in the Soviet Union has de-
triorated sharply in the past 20
tears. In the 1930's, Soviet Jews
lad a widespread system of cul-
iiral and educational institutions
the Yiddish language, including
chools, theaters, newspapers, a
arge literary output, cultural and
Miami Mayor Robert King High proclaims United Nations Day
on Oct. 24 as Harold Barkas (left) and Hy Morris (right) look
on. Morris and Barkas have been appointed co-chairmen
of United Nations Day here. Mayor High's proclamation joins
President Eisenhower's in marking the 14th anniversary of
the world peace organization.
literary clubs and associations.
The process of elimination of these
institutions reached its climax in
the years 1948-1953, when these in-
stitutions were closed. In 1952.
scores of leading Jewish writers
and other cultural leaders were
liquidated. Since 1953, nothing has
been done to restore these rights,
which were forcibly suppressed,
and which are accorded to all
other groups in the Soviet Union,
even to tiny and dispersed groups,
numbering only a few thousand
souls.
*"4. There also exists a human-
itarian problem of broken fami-
lies, which has resulted from the
migrations of recent generations
and the dispersed condition of
the Jewish people. Many Jews in
the Soviet Union ere separated
from their families elsewhere.
Any action by the Soviet govern-
ment to alleviate this situation
would constitute a great contri-
bution towards better under-
standing between peoples.
"We have reason to believe that
these views did reach Mr.
Khruschchev. What will happen in
this connection, as in the case of
I many other issues, must await the
I passage of time," the statement
concludes. The organizations which
j signed the statement are:
American-Israel Committee for
Public Affairs; American Jewish
| Congress: American Trade Union
Council for Labor IsraelHista-
drut; American Zionist Council:
i B'nai B'rith; Central Conference
of American Rabbis; Hadassah;
i Jewish Agency for Israel; Jewish
l Labor Committee; Jewish War
1 Veterans of the United States; La-
bor Zionist Assembly; Mizrachi-
I Hapoel Hamizrachi; National Com-
. m unity Relations Advisory Coun-
Icil; National Council of Jewish
I Women; Rabbinical Assembly of
America; Rabbinical Council of
America; Synagogue Council of
America; Union of American He-
brew Congregations; Union of
Orthodox Jewish Congregations of
America; United Synagogue of
America; and the Zionist Organi-
zation of America.
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Friday,
Center Dinner Will Fete Dr. Rosenberg
| Branches, u WeU
| lives of otner con
Hebrew Academy pupils, Howard Bienenleld, 8'j-year-old
son of Mr. end Mrs. Jerome Bienenleld. 2845 Prairie ave.. Mi-
cm: Beech, and Sandy Rosen, 8-year-old daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Leonard Rosen, 10010 W. Broadview dr., Bay Harbor
Island, present to Samuel Oritt. general chairrpen with Jack
A. Cantor of the Greater Miami Israel Bond corfimit|e. htas-
ketsful oi hickles, dimes and quarters saved by the pupils of
their school for the purchese of a SiCO Israel'Bond. Babbi
Alexander S. Gross, school principal, said the'purchase of an
.srael Bond by pupils of the Hebrew Academv hes become an
annual custom. The children save up through the entire year
-or the purchase, which is made during the High Holiday
season.
Heiman Flies to Georgia
Sam J Heiman. president of the
- r Miami Jewish Federation,
la-t ueek flew to Savannah. da,
to address community leaders Ml
the opening of the UJA ca>h drive
th. re.
Rebekah Lodge Has Meeting
hine Rebekah Lodge met
Tue>day evening at the Work
men's Circle. 25 Washington ave.
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Volunteers Get
Schul's Thanks
William G. Mechanic, president,
joined by vice presidents Aaron
Lcrner and Louis Makowsky. Wed-
nesday trianked participants who
volunteered in the High Holiday
services at the main sanctuary and
in the chapel of Beth Jacob Con-
gregation
Morris Fogel. director of the
congregation, chanted the Sha-
chris service at the chapel. Rev.
Morris Moscowitz. sexton, chanted
the Shachris in the main syna-
gogue and blew the Shofar.
Rev. Kalman Flax chanted the
Mussaf at the chaptel. Melvin
Safra and Joyce Stern conducted
the junior congregation services.
Seating arrangements were by
Miss Edna Zimmerman.
Dr. Benjamin B. Rosenberg.
who is shortly leaving his post as
executive director of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation^will be
*if*fr>t>ealtrT HP TTIP tTrm-wtnutl'
board dinner meeting ol the Great-
er Miami Jewish Community Ceo-
er on Sunday evening at the Al-
giers hotel.
The function will honor Dr.
in recognition of his six
years of service here He is leav-
::; in November to take the post,
; evcutive director of the Associ-
ated Jewish Philanthropies and
Combined Jewish Appeal of Great
a Boston.
The United Fund will be rep-
resented at the meeting by its
president. Sen. Harry P. Cain,
who will bring greetings. Also
to speak are Sam J. Heiman,
Federation president, and Isi-
dore B. Simkowiti, Center pres-
ident.
Chairman of the evening will be
William Sussman. ho is president
of the Miami Beach YMHA
Branch. A program of entertain-
Temple Children
To Mark Stkkoth
On Sunday at 10.30 am., the*
children of the religious school of
Temple Judea will celebrate the
nval of Sukkoth by attendant*
at services, to be followed by a
party in the Sukkah under the
spcn>orship of the PTA
The Sukkah was constructed by
the Brotherhood of the Temple,
and the decorations were com-
pleted by the religious school chil-
dren and the Sisterhood.
On Wednesday, the nursery kin
dergarten will observe Sukkoth
with a party in the Sukkah. which
will be conducted by Rabbi Morris
A. Skop and Cantor Herman K.
Gottlieb.
The closing cycle of the holiday
celebration will be held on Satur-
day evening. Oct. 24. when Hakofos
will be held in the Temple. The
: procession of the Torahs will be
led by Rabbi Skop and Cantor
Gottlieb.
ment has been arranged under the
leadership of Mrs. Fred larowne.
The arrangements commiUee is'
headed bv Mrs. Wilhajn SusVnan.__,
Attending the meeting will be
members of the central board of
directors of GMJCC and board
members from each of the four
for
Annual Sukkoth Party
Sisterhood of Beth El Congrega-
tion will hold its annual Sukkoth
party Sunday evening at Dora Au
gust HaU.
Dade Heights
Elects Officers
Murray Raben has been elected
president of Dade Heights Jewish
Congregation.
Other officers eiectea at a meet-
ing here include Bert Saul, first
vice president; Jerry Cole, second
vice president; and Harold Simon,
financial secretary.
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WEIK-lOtiG OBSERVANCE
\day Evening Service
Usher in Sukkoth
^S^S^l eVe,niDg 8CrviCeS wiU this week nch the
.f Sukkoth. Special services in observance of the holiday will
eld Saturtay and Sunday in the Houses of Worship throughout
feat. Sukkoth will continue through the following weekend
celebration of Shmini Atzereth. weekend,
KE8HURUN. 17080 Collina
neervatlve. Cantor Jacob
ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ava.
Rabbi laaae Evar.
s Friday 5:30 p.m. Satur-
a.m. Sermon: "Sukkoth
bf i&xlle and Redemption."
._ honor Rev. and Mra. Solo-
enherger on their departure
-nla. Second day of Sukkoth
l:3U a.m. Sermon: "Types in
EMES. 2533 SW 19th ava.
ative. Maxwall Sllbarman,
lit.
/ID. 2435 SW 3rd ava. Con-
ve. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg.
William W. Lipaon.
:15 p.m. Sermon: "Statue
old HryJe.". Firm day of
Saturday 9 a.m. liar Ml:/.
rld, iion of Mr. and Mra.
nsenberg; Bruce, aon of Mr.
Charles. Cromer. Sunday
i)L. MO SW 17th ava. Orthodox.
Solomon Schlff.
l:30 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.
"Kukkoth A Permanent
hmcnt." Second day of 9uk-
nday 8:30 a.m. Sermon: "Daya
METH. 18250 NW 2nd ava.
vativa. Rabbi David W. Her-
ntor Hyman Fain.
:15 p.m. Sermon: "The Anc-
ernacle in Modern Timee."
a.m. Sermon: "The Ckiude
lllory." Second day of Suk-
inday 9 a.m. Sermon: "The
of Man in Relation to Nature."
ISRAEL.
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'VMli Sportsmen
entire country talked about
"eat (loss) of the Israel soc-
tam in Poland. There were
debates in the buses, the
and in private homes.
Persons who generally do
j ,an interest in sports ex-
*d their opinion on the mat-
ne press gave It wide cover-
I 'Place), and two editorials
1 even written about it
impression which the game
land made is only one of the
I of the general interest in
F in Israel. And this refers
Fly to soccer. This year, for
FP'e. an Israel basketball
! look part in an international
*tition which took place in
">. Turkey.
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CANDLELIGHTTNG TIME
14 Ttohri 5:29 pan.
thodox. Rabbi H. Loui, Rottman.
?T.H n-Sf- ^H" VVaahin0ton
r, \ 0r*,h0<*0,<- *bbl Tibor Stern.
,J??ntor M"rice Mamchea.
iH Vd:t p^m- Kl*1""" followa In
the Sukkah. Saturday 8:30 am Ser-
mon: Security and Shelter." Second
day of Sukkoth Sunday 8:30 a.m.
sermon: "The Harvest of Life." Wor-
ahlppera will be provided with Ullav
and Karog.
*fJil RApHAeTL.*~is NW 3rd ava.
Orthodox.
fJH TFILA*HrSS~"iuclid ava. Or.
thodox. Rabbi Joaaph E. Rackovaky.
i0,RAL WAY~"jBWI8H CENTER.
p-?-.Box 34-5t4, Miami. Rabbi Sam-
uel April.
Mrst day of Sukkoth Saturday 9 a.m.
at Everglades Elementary School,
8375 SW 16th st. Bar Mitavah: Allan,
aon of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Grossman.
Sunday 9 a.m.
3ADE HEIGHTS CENTER. 18180 NW
2nd ave. Conaervativa. Cantor Eman-
Ual Mandel.
FLAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW 51 at
pl. Conaervativa. Rabbi Barnard
Shoter. Cantor Frad Bernataln.
Friday 5:45 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Ser-
mon: "The Meaning: of Sukkoth."
Second day of Sukkoth 9 a.m. Sun-
day. Sermon: "The Time of Our Ulad-
neaa.''
FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801
E. Andrewt ave. Reform. Rabbi
Marlua Ranaon. Cantor Sherwin
Lavina.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 8th at. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Alexander Groaa.
Friday 5:45 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.
Sermon: "Sukkoth -Jewish Thanks-
giving Festival." Second day of Suk-
koth Sunday 8:30 a.m. Sermon: "l!e-
Jolclng with the Almighty."
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HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CON-
GREGATION. 1150 W. 88th at.. Palm
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 2030
Polk at. Conaervative. Rabbi David
Shapiro. Canaar-Yefeudah Heilbrdun.
I8RAELITE CENTErT3175 SW 24th
tar. Conaervativa. Rabbi Morton
Malavaky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
Friday. 5:45 pirn." % turd a v 8:45 a,m.
Sermon: "Mranltjg er'JfcikJinth." Sec-
ond day cif Sukkoth Sunday S;45 aim.
Sermon: "Teas! of Booths."
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
Friday E SO p.m^Flrat (lay of Sukkoth
Saturdav S:30 am, "Sermon: "Clouds
of niory." Mar Mltxvah: 8teV8, eon
of Mr. and Mrs. <>e.irg.- Klefnmnn.
Second day of Sukkoth Sunday :3"
a.m. Sermon: "The 1'arts of the
Jewish Nation."
MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1101 SW 12th ava. Orthodox. Rabbi
Herachell Saville.- Cantor Joaaph
Salzman.
Friday 5:45 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m Har-
mon: "llehold A .tyracle." Second
day of Sukkoth Sunday 9 a.m. Ser-
mon: "Enjoying the Mitavah."
MONTICELLO PARK. 184th at. and
NE 11th ave. Conaervativa. Rabbi
Max Lipahitz.
Frldav 5:45 p.m. First day of Sukkoth
Saturdav 8:45 a.m. Sermon: 'Religion
for I'ae." Itaj- Mitavah: Richard, aon
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Coff; Barry.
aon of Mr. and Mrs. Hy Bloom. Sec-
ond day of Sukkoth Sunday 8:45 a.m.
Sermon: "Character by Association'
NORTH DADeT~CENTER. 1S8J0 W.
Dixie hwy. Conaervativa. Rabbi
Hanry Okollca. Cantor Herman
Marchbein-Marbiny
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "We are
Building Homea." First dxy of Suk-
koth Sfelurday 9 a.m. Second day
Sunday 9 a.m.
NORTH SHORE CENTER. 820 76th at
Conaervativa. RabW Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
Frldav 8 I'm lirat ^diy of Sukkoth
Saturdav 8:45 a.m. #8ermon: stars
Overhead." Bar Mitavah: Robert, son
of Mr. and Mrs. lrvlag Sheldon. Sun-
day 8:45 a.m. SenaTOoJ! "In the Foot-
prints of Time."
Judean Award "in recognition of the essential role to which
parents, as well as Scouts are delegated, to foster the practice
of the basic Scout law of reverence," goes to Rabbi Morris
Skop, spiritual leader of Temple Judea. Ceremonies were at
a recent Court of Honor held by Troop 64 of the Temple. Left
to right are Mac Glasser, chairman of the Troop committee;
Rabbi Skop; Victor Reiter, Temple Judea president; and Harry-
Cohen, Troop religious counselor. Cantor Herman Gottlieb
invoked the opening prayer. Dan Brody, chairman of ad-
vancement, presented Merit badges, and Scoutmaster Bern-
hardt Chesman greeted guests.
College of Jewish Studies to Open Here;
Bureau Inaugurates No. Dade Branch
The College of Jewish Studies of
the Bureau of Jewish Education
will open for registration on Oct.
28 and 29. The college will be a
training school for Jewish teach-
ers, with branches at the Bureau
of Jewish Education bldg., 135 NW
3rd ave., and at the Congregation
of Monticello Park, 1060 NE 164th
St.
The Bureau branch will hold its
first session on Oct. 28, offering
courses in "Biblical Jewish His-
tory," "Basic Judaism," "Reform
Orientation," "Elementary and In-
termediate Hebrew."
The Bureau branch will also
offer a course on "Reading
Rediness in the Pre-School Pro-
gram," beginning Jan. 13, 1960,
and a complete department for
the training of Hebrew teachers
towards the examination of the
National Board of License of the
American Assn. for Jewish Ed-
ucation. The Hebrew depart-
ment of the college will offer
subject areas in Bible and mod-
ern Hebrew literature.
The Central branch of the col-
lege will also offer two courses in
"Teaching Methods," on Friday
afternoons. The course in "Teach-
ing Methods in the Hebrew
School" will meet at 2:30 p.m. on
Fridays, and the course in "Teach-
ing Methods in the Sunday School"
will meet on Friday at 3:30 p.m.
The staff of the college at the Cen-
tral Branch includes Louis Sch-
wartzman, Herbert Berger and Dr.
Nathaniel Soroff, Bureau staff
members. Meyer Samberg, Ben-
jamin Udoff, Dr. Joseph Zucker-
bram and Dr. Joseph Hurwitz. Dr.
Heszel Klepfish will lecture be-
fore the Hebrew teachers of Great-
er Miami in a six-week seminar
beginning Nov. 5.
The North Dade Branch of the
college will hold its sessions at
Monticello Park on Thursday eve-
nings. Courses offered include
"Elementary Hebrew," "Basic Ju-
daism," "Judaism Creed and
Life," and "Medieval and Modern
Jewish History."
The faculty includes Rabbi
David Herson, of Beth Emeth
Congregation; Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz, Congregation of Monti-
cello Park; Rabbi Samuel Jaf-
fee. Temple Beth El, Hollywood;
Rabbi Bermo Wallach, Temple
Sinai; Abraham J. Gittel&on,
Meyer Samberg and Dr. Donald
Michaelson, of the Hillel Founda-
tion.
Some of the courses offered by
the college are in collaboration
with the South Florida Council of
the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations.
The courses are open to all
teachers or potential teachers in
the Jewish schools of Greater Mi-
ami. The I first isemWter f the
college will close on Feb. 3 and 4,
to reopen for a second semester
on Feb. 10 and 11.
The college is sponsored by the
Bureau of Jewish .Education, a
constituent tfgeney of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation.
B'nai Sholom Will
Dedicate Building;
Smothers to Talk
Florida Sen. George Smathers is
sefaaduled to address some 400 per-
sons who will attend the dedica-
tion of the new Temple B'nai Sho-
lom building at 16800 NW 22nd
ave. on Sunday morning, 10 a.m.
The teaching staff of the Temple
religious school under the direc-
tion of Rabbi Sheldon Edwards,
which includes 11 teachers and six
assistant teachers, with Mrs. Da-
vid Horowitz as principal, will be
formally invested at the dedica-
tion ceremonies.
The 200 pupils of the religious
school will participate in the Sun-
day morning affair.
Plaques will be dedicated in
honor of the following: Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Kirschner, Mr. and
Mrs. Aaron Kravitz, Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Fried land, Mr. and
Mrs. Sam J. Heiman, Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Cohen, Mr. and
Mrs. William Kline, Mr. and
Mrs. Leroy Cohen, Mr. and Mrs.
William A. Weintraub, Mr. end
Mrs. Israel Friedman, and the
parents of Mr. and Mrs. Julius
Sol Iowa y.
A second plaque will be dedicat-
ed to the past presidents of the
congregation, Sisterhood, and
Men's Club.
Rabbi Edwards will speak on
"The Search." He will be assisted
in the ceremonies by Cantor Ben
Grossberg and the Temple choir
under the direction of Mrs. Terry
Grossberg. Edward May will be
at the organ.
The dedication ceremony will be
part of the Temple's Sukkoth serv-
ice.
Architect of the new building
was H. Maxwell Parish. General
contractor was Harry De Fran-
cesco.
Sukkoth Party Monday
Sisterhood of Beth Jacob Syna-
gogue will hold a Sukkoth party
Monday evening, according to Mrs.
Anne Baida, president.
Beth Israel
Pupils Honored
Pupils of the Hebrew school of
Beth Israel Congregation were
honored at a consecration cere-
mony sponsored by the Beth Is-
rael Sisterhood at a meeting Tues-
day evening.
Awards and prizes were pre-
sented by Rabbi H. Louis Rottman,
spiritual leader. Rabbi Stanley
Weiss, education director, and
Mrs. T. B. Landesman, youth liai-
son chairman.
Mrs. Alexander Moscovits, pro-
gram chairman, revealed that Mis.
Samuel Zaager, adult education
chairman, conducted an "intellec-
tual charm school" followed by a
group discussion. Members of the
Sisterhood celebrating their birth-
days during the month of October
were honored and served as hos-
tesses.
Mrs. George Hechter, Sisterhood
president, led an inspection tour
of the specially-constructed Suk-
kah decorated with the seasonal
trimmings symbolic of the Sukkoth
holiday.
day 10 a.m. Sukkoth and conaecra-
tlon aervlce for new children.
1646 folk at.,
Rabbi Samuel
SOUTHWEST CENTER. 8438 SW 8th
at. Conaervativa. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
Friday *:Si> p.m. Sermon: "A Time |
for Reflection." Saturday and snn-
dav Sukkoth aervlcea a.m., with the
rrilted Bynagoarue Youth participa-
ting.
TEMPLE BETH AM. S50 N. Kendall
dr., S Miami. Rofarm Raobl Herbert
Baumgard. Cantor Charlee Kodner.
Friday Sukkoth 8:15 p.m. Sermon:
What la Our Sukkah ForT' Satur-
TEMPLE BETH EL.
Hollywood. Reform.
Jaffa.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1726 Monroe at Conaervativa
Rabbi Samuel Lerer. Cantor Erneei
Schreiber.
Friday Sukkoth mrvlce 8 p.m. Sat-
urday a.m. Bar Mitavah: William.
eon of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman CJood-
atein.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chaa<
ava. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kroniab
Cantor Davlo Convlaar.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Tbe Joy
of Judaism." Saturday 1(1:45 a.m l.u
Mitavah: Lester, son of Mrs. Artie
Friedman. Baa Mitavah: Christine
Stephanie, daughter of Mr. and Mr-
Frank Alter. Sukkoth obttervanoe
with I.uav and Earog ceremonda,
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd ava. Conaervativa. Rabb>
Sheldon Edwarda. Cantor Ban Qroaa
berg.
Friday 8 p.m. Sermon: "Tabernacle
Sanctuary." Oneg Shalibat follows.
Saturday 9:30a.m. Berraon: "Wander-
. rs silll Besond day of Sukkoth
Minriay 9:30 a.m. Sermon: "The
h."
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Waahing.
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 881
Flamingo Way, Canaarvativa. Rabbi
Lao Heim.
Friday 6 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Ser-
mon: "The. Sukkah Speaks to Mod-
ern Man." Second day of Sukkoth 9
a to Sunday. Sermon: "Sukkoth A
I'llgrimage Festival."
TEMPLE ZIOrtT' 6720 SW 17th at.
Conaervativa. Rabbi Alfred Win-
man. Cantor Jacob tioldfarb.
Friday 6 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. S. r-
moii: "We All Dwell in BootlM." Sec-
ond day of Sukkoth Sunday 9 a.m.
-.Moon "The SiS'iiflcaiice of the Lu-
lav t'iuater."
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Mianv
ave Conaervative. Rabbi Harry L.
Lawrence. Cantor Albert Glantz.
Friday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "Ye Shall
Dwell in Bootha." Oneg Bnabhat fol-
lows. Saturday and Sunday Sukkoth
.-iv irt-s 9 a.m.
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TORAH TEMPLE. 1254 Weat ave
Traditional. Rabbi Abraham Caaaal
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YOUNG ISRAEL. 16750 MR 10'h av.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
Friday .:!."> p.m. First day of Sukkoth
Saturday 9 a.m. Set mon: "This. Our
- s. ..iirl day of Sukkoth
Sunday V a.m. Sermon: "The Joya.of
Judaism."
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44 Za
mora ave. Conaervativa. Rabbi B
ton ava. Conaervative. Rabbi Irving
Lahrman. Canter laraal Reich.
Friday 6 p.m. Flrat and second days
of Sukkoth Saturday and Sunday 9
a.m. Sunday Bar Mitavah: Benja-
min, son of Mr. and Mia. Alfred Stone.
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE tth at.
Reform. Rabbi Joaaph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornateia.
Friday 7:30 p.m. Rellgioua achool'H
800 student body to participate In
Sukkoth observance. tlifta of fruit
and money for patients at the Na-
tional Children'a t'ardlac Hospital.
Itabbl Narot to preach. Saturday
Sukkoth observance 11 a.m.
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TEMPLE JUOEA. 320 Patermo ava.
Liberal. Rabbi Morria Skop. Cantor
Herman Gottlieb.
Friday 8:18 p.m. Itabbl to preach In
the Temple's 40-foot Sukkah. Satur-
dav Iflnyonalra .service i a.m. Temple
service 1::I0 a.m. Second day of Suk-
l.oih il-o at 9 and 10:30 a in
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TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th at. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Samuel Gomberg.
I |i m Saturday and Sunday.
first and second day of Sukkoth. 8:15
a.m. Kiddush follows each service
In the Sukkah.
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TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 11108
NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Banna
M. Wallach.


Page M-A
+Jewist>fk)rk0ar7
^Way. Oao^,
Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINPilN
Anne Frank As Partial Symbol Of The Tragic Wki
THE WORKS OF ANNE FRANK. Introduction by Arm
Birstom and Alfred Kaiin. 332 pp. Now York: Ooublo-
dy Company, Inc. 1450.
QOOBLEDAY COMPANY, original publishers in this
90 country of "Anne Prank: The Diary of a Young Girl."
have now brought out a new edition which includes the
contents of Anne's second notebook as well as her famed
diary. There are a few fairy tales, an essay or two, brief
stories and some personal reminiscences of her earlier
lifenone of them really interesting in themselves, except
as an addition to our knowledge of Anne The question in
my mind-one which would probe the entire raison d'etre
for this bookis whether it is at all important to extend
our knowledge of Anne
There are few people who have not beard of Anne
by now. The "Diary" has been published in twenty-two
languages and twenty countries and has sok) more than
two and a half million copies In this country alone it
has been serialized by an American newspaper syndicate.
eowdfwil in two magazines, and isavailable in pocket
book and Modern Library editions. As a play, it has been
Capitol Spotlight:
iy MILTON FRIEDMAN
Ike Likes Abe Harman-And Lets Him Know It
Washington
ISRAEL'S NEW Ambassador. Avraham
Harman. has been warmly received
by President Eisenhower and the State
Department. This indicates the appeal
of Mr. Harman's personality and the nor
mality of the friendly relations now unk-
ing the two countries.
Washington's diplomatic correspon-
dents have observed that Mr. Harman i* refreshingly free
of the sort of snobbish condescension that typifies some
diplomats. He assumes no lofty air of superiority. He la
approachable and human.
President Eisenhower made' his own evaluation of the
new Ambassador when Mr. Harman paid an initial formal
call at the White House After listening intently to Mr.
Harman's statement, the President replied "I am par-
ticularly pleased to welcome a man of your accomplish-
ments who already knows the I'nited Stater, and its people
from previous tours of duty here and who has first-hand
experience with many aspects of United States-Israel rela-
tions."
Witty Pamela Mason
Hollvwood
MRS JAMES MASON, since last
month an American citizen.
was backstage at the Le Grand
Comedy Theatre, where nightly
she appears on the stage as the
youthful heroine in "Murder in the
Red Barn." when I was able to
catch her for our informal inter-
view. The old British melodrama, going back to
1828 and an obscure authorship, now has been
streamlined and rewritten by her famed husband
who also is responsible as the producer, while
simultaneous ,m a movie at the Fox Studios.
Co-starring with Mrs Mason is the couples ten-year-
old daughter Portland, lady-like and unusually ma-
ture for her years
Pamela Mason, doubtless one the wittiest, most
talkative and articulate among the members of the
motion picture colony, is a beautiful woman who
made her -creen debut in 1933 in the British version
of "Jud Suess." unlike the later produced German
propaganda film baed on the same no\el by Ijon
Feuchtwanger. a compassionate appeal for u.vler-
standme. The late Conrad Veidt in the title role
created deep sympathy for the Jew suffering under
the yoke of medieval feudalism. Mrs Mason then
appeared under the name of Pamela Ostrer as the
daughter of Jud ft
Pamela not only portrayed a* young Jewess in
her first i.lm appearance, she proudly revealed dur-
ing our chat that she is the granddaughter of a Rus-
sian Jew who ca.T.e to England dunng the pogroms
before the turn oi the century and changed his name
from Ostrovitch to Ostroff to sound more British.
Her father. Isidore Os.roff. became an editor and
publisher and was high on the list of those whom the
Nazis planned to liquidate once they had conquered
England, because the fearless Mr. Ostroff had been
one of the firs: to speak up publicly against Hitler
and went so on record in the British press.
Pamela Ostrer was only 16 when she performed
in Lothar Mender, iilmizauon of "Jud Suess:" dur-
ing production she met and married Rov Kelbno
then the cinematograpber of the picture, later a di^
rector with I ..nd American companies. In
1937. Pamela Kellino co-authored a play with James
Mason. K: j,- sharing star biLinc WfrJi
him on the stage. The following year, the Kellino-
Mason team wrote and played together in the motion
picture "I Met a r."
Soon afterward, she divorced Roy Kellino to
marry Mason. She has since appeared w,th her baa-
band in many turns, among them more recently in
-Pandora and the Flying Dutchman" Pamela
Ostrovich-OstrofTOstrer Kellino-Mason is a versatile
woman, having been in 65 motion pictures, written
hundreds of magazine articles, and five norels of
which a story about Hollywood is still unpublished.
For her quick wit and knowledge about almost
everything, she is constantly in demand to appear
on television shows, has been with Oscar Levant and
Jack Paar on numerous occasions.
Mr Eisenhower assured Mr Harman "full coopera-
tion" in cementing "the already close ties of friendship."
Mr. Eisenhower went on to laud Israelis for creating "a
dynamic society, whose achievements in the social, eco-
nomic, and scientific fields have won widespread admira-
tion." This was Mr Eisenhower's most outspoken praise
of Israel since he became President.
Mr. Harman's reputation as an experienced diplomat
preceded him to Washington. He is no stranger to the
American scene. From 1953 until 1955 he served as Con-
sul General in New York.
In addition to devoting himself to the multitudinous
diplomatic tasks in Washington. Mr Harman has made
known we will seek to foster an ever-friendlier relation-
ship between American Jewry and Israel. As Consul Gen-
eral he visited Jewish communities throughout the coun-
try. He was widely acclaimed as an orator. Today. Mr.
Harman looks forward to revisiting those communities
and acquainting himself with new ones.
Mr. Harman was born in London. Nov. 3. 1914. His
parents had emigrated to England from Russia at the
turn of the century. The name Harman" is the Hebrew
version of "Herman." His late father was an ordained
rabbi but did not function as such. His father was in
the furniture business and held an East End concession for
Yiddish newspapers. He worked also as a Hebrew teacher
and was active in an organization called "The Lovers of
Zion."
Mr Harman's mother, now in her late 70s. resides
in Israel. A brother and sister live in Israel aad Mr Har-
man has a sister in the Bronx. New York. His American
sister adheres to the family's Zionist tradition, beading
the Hadassah in her borough. ^^
Mr. Harman could speak Hebrew when he first
visited Palestine in 1935. He completed law studies at
Oxford in 1937 He moved to Palestine in 1938. the year
SLr-1"^. He *as *em ,0 work m *** S0"* African
Zionist Federation. In South Africa be remained two
years and returned married. His marriage was the pro-
duct of a romance that began in the law library of the
London School of Economics. '
Mrs^Harraan. like her husband, is in the diplomatic
service of Israel She is on leave from the Foreign M.n-
nVing. T% coo,pk?,ed fr the United Nations
International Emergency Children's Fund.
-J^T** *?*** fi*ured '" international head-
lines when a pictorial book about Israel that he co-author-
2JT y^ H* fOV'H Cf'nsors from h< L' S Exhibi-
tion u, Moscow. He listed him*elf s.mplv as Abe Har-
Sre^estf "* *" ""* !* *
Onrstos Newsletter: By EUAHU SAlPtTO
I
produced in over twenty countries; (he mwi,.
which came out several months ago u boo *!
rounds. l|
For those already familiar with the Diif,-
this book offero only one inducement the mtnL?
rather provoking essay by Ann Birste.n andk,Tk *
Alfred Kazin Within the context of their ewa*
by the structure of points they themselves rak.'.
I can come to grips with some of the thing,^kV
me about this book in particular, andiCaM
general.
To begin with, the Jfttle girl who died so '-*
(heaven help us that, by comparison with ?
death can be called peaceful) in Bergen Belsea t|
"a prime symbol of the innocence of all those wt
the personal example of the heartlessness the m
the still unbelievable cruelty of Germans in World I
Upon her, at least, all agree."
Since she is a symbol, we withhold any litenn.
ment of her work; Anne was no Francois Sagan tin,
critical acclaim precisely because of her precocity |
is. because she made the grade measured by the'
standards one uses for adults. Anne was a pera
sensitive child with a good flair for writing-but no,
so than many others her age. and le< so. her tea)
say. than others in her classes. Her diary is valuable,
for the ue to which it has been put. Much hat bee.
Of the indomitable spirit of this little girl, of her wg zest for life even in the depresMng conditions i,
' Secret Annexe." I do not think that this makes in(
ference to the symbol. If Arnie had displayed in her a
the opposite emotions a growing disillusionment:
despair, a loss of humanity ft would have been a
dramatic or meaningful. Is mutilating the spirit i U
evil than taking the life? If. in fact. Anne had not u
"I still believe that people are really good at hurt.'
would give her work far more serious validity; it tad
be far leu naive.
Let us also look carefully at the use to which *|
"Diary-" has been pot. Alfred Werners study o( Gel
marry's New Flagellants" (The American Scholar. Spnafl
1968) is a magnificent analysis of German reaction m
burst of "philo-Jewish enthusiasm which was a typiohl
extremist German phenomenon," as Birstein and Rial
note. Werner also, if I remember correctly, makes i fell
other points: that it is easy for Germans to attest Aavtl
story because "it did not even begin to suggest ho* fnzaJ
ful were the German actions." that their surge of fail
was welcomed almost with relief as an easy expuual
and that it is no more genuine or deep than the lipserwl
they formerly paid. Subsequent events. 1 might add. hiitl
proved him right.
Of course, this is not Anne's fault, nor is it the fat]
of her diary. Nor is it her fault that her book and puf
and movie have had the same effect in this country. tM
of minimizing what really happened while preteoiaj*
symbolize it. I disagree with Mr. and Mrs Katio that "i
is also a fact that it is impossible to make artistic use d I
the worst horrors of the concentration camps."' that it a
ungraspable. that the "modulation of a document ah
The Diary'" is the only way we can bear it.
Anne is a symbol all right, but she ii a partial sy*
bol. a small fragment of the whole. I do not wbfl to *
tract either from her life, the tragedy of her death, orlh
good which she has done. But I resi-t strenuously U
further attempts to universalize her, any pretense tW
she speaks for all. By no means does she do so. isd*
an outrage to continue to present her as though she do*
Israel's Election Fever and Multi-Party Problems
laiHiiP iiuact ____. Jeru*aIem ^amW~ This sol.ntrin* nnnMU>ni. # ih* nresent etad*'
WH,LE ALMOST om^TSS
s in agreement that there were
just too many_,n fact 12-parties in the
Raesset, representatives of not less than
ZB partie, and groups uoaiuted their
iL"f,cand,d*t the next elections,
scheduled for Nov. 3 ^^
This was the largest number of lists .
of twoparty system ^ W A"'*" type
than one percent of Xmtal Se^J bUlM non
tribuuon of seats in tLVbcalo. -rw^f,p,tM ,n th* d*"
This splintering, opponents of the present -
system claim, makes it practically impossible w "
single party to obtain 51 percent of the seats in theM
et Therefore any government must inevitably coaaa
a coalition of several parties. Consequently the cotfO)
governed under a program of compromise- brt*f*?(
era I party platforms, dictated by expediency r***r
by efficiency. At the same time, it is said, the p*
system prevents the emergence of a responsible UrKV
position party which can become an actual H"1uU*L
the ruling party. Instead of pursuing broad n*"0"*^
grams, many of the small parties tend to be inwn*"
only in protecting some specific interest of a limit w#,
of citizens.
.:0!h:ss*
The supporters of the present system **
wrong with the idea that any group can have ""."Li
represented m the Knesset. In a new country f**^
with a large stream of Immigration. *uUie *!_
requires such representation, they claim At ttoj^L,
Israels development, a coalition based on eofajw"
tends to introduce mutual tolerance, and is then*** v
ferable to the monolithic rule of one party
The opponents of the present system *0U'dJ*e,i *
trodnee the British or American system of reg"*" 0
r-ser.tat,o. They propose to divide the counW *,
electoral districts; in each district, the Candida'*;rece ^
U* largest number of votes would be elected
aHo^BajstaH


May, October 16, 1959
+Jewl$ti fkridflam
Pago 15-A
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
C'C i 'i: IS HEREBY GIVEN that
undersigned, .'cslrlng to engage In
i j' i rTT-1 the fictitious ri:t"
DOE BAKERY DELICATESSEN
oral HlgllWIH.
Itidge, Fl In i 'nl In i.
lil name with the "l.rk nr the Ctr.
Ill Court nf i'.'Mi- County, Florida,
ALEX BAMALION
ABB BLOOM
ns eo-nartners
and HOC SEN
Pin in < i- A le Samallon
R .tiding
i Florida
ikliln 3-0802
10/9-16-13-30
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
.EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. S9C 8831
Iarilvn Helen jackhox,
IMalntlff,
|PERT LBS JACKSON. JR..
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
I: OVERT LEE JACKSON, JR.
i-'o Mrs Darlene Sangster
3867 Kant Jefferson
I I m Monies. Iowa
You. EVERT LEE JACKSON. JR.,
re hereby notified that a Complaint
Or Divorce has been filed against
du, and you are required to serve a
jiv of your Answer or Pleading to
he Complaint on the Plaintiffs At-
orney. ANOELO A. ALI. 01 Ainsley
>luldlng, Miami 32. Florida, anil file
he ... .sinal Answer or Pleading; In the
.'Ice of the Clerk of the Circuit
nurt on or before the 26th day of
r-tober, 1959. If you fall to do ao.
dement by default will be taken
KaTnst you for the relief demanded
the Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
mida. this 17tB day of September.
LD., 19S9.
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
(seal) By: K. M. LYMAN.
Deputy Clerk.
INCELO A. ALI
Mturney for Plaintiff
101 Ainsley Building;
rllaml S2. Florida.
/25, 10/2-9-16
m t1?J'E BV PUBLICATION
CwA-?,IRCU,T COURT Or THE
= Y.V1 JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR D4DE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
IWCTTV MAtJB MC9241
Plaintiff,
vs.
UABTON .M.M-A,'- hqAlvn ,K
i fondant.
-, -.SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Ul I | IN M.\ VA
W .....Is Sir. [
Los AiiKeiea. 31. California
UABTON MA', ,.,.., ,,v
Jnt foi
1 ",'"' ba '"'" fed against you
and you ..... required to serv* ., ....
V'ni'"? ,-.x"~'V "r > ''""- to ii.;
i.ni of i u nplalnl on tHe plrUntl'fs
Attorney, QO| DM.VN A OOl n-n:iN
West .flagler Btreet, Miami,
I file the original An-we,
or Head Inn In the office of the Clerk
rHU!e Circuit Curl on or I,.',,,., th,.
3rd day of November, l:.:,:.. if vu fall
to do so, judgment by default win [.,.
taken against you r,r m* relief de-
u.-iniied in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FI,..| '"'>K &*D ORDERED at Miami.
A "> 19-.9 y "' S,T,l""'"r
" KB LEATHERMAN, flask
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(seal) By: K M LYMAN.
Goldman A OOLPStk';^ rUrk
2303 West Flagler Street
Miami, Florida
NH 5-0618
Attorneys for Plaintiff
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,
VS.
ALCIDES UACTIBR.
defendant. -
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ALCIDES QAUTlER
1010 Southern Houlevard
Bronx, New York
You ALCIDES CAITIER are here-
by notified that a Rill of Complaint
for Divorce' has been filed against
you, and you are required to serve a
of your Answer or Pleading to
the Hill of Complaint on the plaintiffs
Attorney, HAROLD B. SPAET, ESQ.,
407 Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach. Florida,
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing In the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 6th
day of November, 1959. 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 oonsecutlve weeks
In THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 29th day of September,
A.M. 1!>"9.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
(seal) By: JOAN BNEEDEN.
Deputy Clerk.
HAROLD B SPAET
407 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach. Fla.
10/2-9-16-23
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Telephsai FR 4-4114
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 5C 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 has 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. Al.VIN
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, 19.">9.
If you fall to do so, Judgment by
default will be taken against you foi
the relief demanded In the Bill of
Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In Till: JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 29th day of September.
A.D. 1 !-''
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
(seal) By: K. M. LYMAN.
Deputy Clerk.
ALVIN OOoDMAN
S204 Blscayne Blvd.
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
10/2-J-16-2S
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL'CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. S9C 9024
THOMAS E. LF.WIS.
Plaintiff.
RUTH C. LEWIS.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: MRS. RCTH C. LEWIS
4227 Old Annapolis Boulevard
Baltimore Highlands
Baltimore 27. Maryland
You RCTH C. LEWIS, VtXl Old
Annapolis Boulevard. Baltimore High-
lands. Baltimore 27. Maryland, are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. and you are require.! to
Berve a copy of your Annvrr oi I'l.-ail-
ing to the Bill "f Complaint on the
plaintiff's Attorney, Marshall h
ADKR. 420 Lincoln Road. Miami
Beach, Florida, and file the original
Answer or Pleading In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 23rd day of October. 1959.
If you fall to do ao, Judgment by de-
fault will he 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 FLORTDIAN.
DONE AM' ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this Hro day of September.
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade Countv. Florida
(seal) By: R. H. RICE. JR.,
Deputy Clerk.
MARSHALL H. ADEK. Esq.
20 Lincoln Road
Miami Bea.ch 39. Fla. (JE JjJJ^Ii-l.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 59C-6019F (Cannon, J.)
LOUIS LEV1NE.
Plaintiff,
vs.
SOPHIE LEVINE
Defendant. __
AMENDED ORDER
OF PUBLICATION
TO: Sophie Levlne _._.,.
100 Van Cortlandt Pnrk South
Bronx 63. NY.
You are hereby notified that a
Complaint For Divorce h.b<''" ."l*"
against vou, and >"u are heieb) re-
quired to serve a copyof your Answer
to the Complaint For \
plaintiff's attorneys and file the orig-
inal Answer in the office nMV Clerk
of the Cii.ult Court on or before the
?nd Say of November, 1W: a.her-
wlse the allegations of said
plaint For DlVorce -111 M -..ken a.
1 this 2nd day of October 19o9.
** B B, LEATHERMAN. CTej*.
.it Court, I .'.'\' in"
(seal) or- Deputy clerk.
TVLIANOFF* WAll.ER
Attorneys for I'lalntlff
M.smi Beach. Fla. 9]gM
DMEHU
BY HENRY LEONARD
"M* |oin a TmpU, Som, far wftctl pwrpos*? My ckmghfar
mm ntorrtod at Mm Chateau, my son will b Bar-Mitzvah
at HoM McAlistor .. and whan I bcsm on. thera ar a
dosMl Oftwori oaaar to do Mm Job."
f*#* *. Lfmmrl f'l/i...

LEGAL NOTICE
CIRCUIT COURT, 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY. FLA.
CHAN. No. 59C 2431-C
PELAYO E. PIQUERO,
Plaintiff.
MADELINE PIQL'ERO,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOU. MADELINE PIQUERO. 58S
Park Place. Brooklyn. New Yolk, are
notified to serve a copy of your An-
swer to the Divorce Complaint on
plaintiff's attorneys. Engel and Hou-
sen, 303 Blscayne Building, Miami.
i-1.1 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. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk
(seal) By: K. M. LYMAN, Deputy
9/2.">. 10/2-9-16
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY.
No. B9C-9416-I
DANIEL J. STEt'KKNA.'.EL,
Plaintiff,
v~
DORBTHT A. STKrERNAOEL.
I ...fcn'lant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOU. "DORETIIY A. S I'El ER-
NA.JEL. 181-24 Hillside Avenue. Ja-
maica. New York, are hereby notified
that a BUI of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you, ami you
are renui^ed to serve copy of your
answer thereto on Plaintiff's attor-
ney, EDWIN A WILLINHER, Lln-
ooln-Drexel Building, 1635 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, 1959. otherwise a
decree pro confesso will be entered
against you.
DATED: October 6, 1959
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
(seal) By: R. H. RICE. JR.,
Dep-"- CV-k.
10/9-16-23-30
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREI'.Y IIIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ADVANCE INDUSTRIAL BEOTRITT
at 1601 Congress liuilding, Miami.
Florida intends to register said n .me
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court"
of Dade County. Florida.
HOWARD .'. JAl'Hi:
WELLISi'H, DOCOHERTT .v zaiac
Attorneys for Edward J. JaphM
IS, in 2-9-16
NOflCE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious names of
1) RPORT-EASa, 2) SPORT-EASE,
division of Svortles of Miami at 213
N.W. 21th Street. Miami. Florida In-
tends to register said names with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
ESTHER KASSAR.
Sole Owner
MARVIN I. WIENER
1111 Alnsley Bldg., Miami 32. Fla.
Attorney for Hport-ease and Sport-
ease, division of Sportles of Miami.
9/23, 10/2-9-1*
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTV IN CHANCERY,
No. BtC 9288
MICHAEL LE DONE,
Plaintiff.
JEANNE LE DONE.
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: JEANNE LE DONE
Defendant
55 Sutter Avenue
Brooklyn. New York _._
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Complaint for Divorce has
been filed against you. and you are
hereby required to serve a copy of
your answer .n the Plaintiffs At-
torn, -v. ANOELO A. ALL 1103 Alns-
leV D.iildlnr. Miami 32, Flo. Ida. 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
U confessed against
DATED al Miami. Dade Ooonty,
Florida, this 10th day of September,
E P. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
ii Court, Dale Countv. Florida
(seal) By: K M LYMAN,
Deputy Clerk.
10/2-9-16-2S
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 47503-C
IN RE: Batate of
JACOB FEINBERG.
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To AH Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which vou may have against
the estate of JACOB FELMIERU de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same In their offices In
the County Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty. Florida, within eight calendar
months from the date of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred.
MINN 110 FEIN HERO
MYERS, HEI.MAN ,v KAPLAN
By: Attorney Kenneth M Myers
UN s w. First Street
Miami 3G, Florida
10/2-9-16-23
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NOTICE UNDER
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NOTICE is HEREBY QIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MAINTENANCE PRODUCTS CO. at
228 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. Coccogna
9/25T 10/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
AMSSCO GIFTS AND ACCES'SORIES
at 3432 SW 22nd St.. Miami Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
ANNA BUCHBERGBR.
Sole Owner
SAMI'EL KONEFSKY
Attorney
2240 SW 16th St.
9/25.10/2-9-18
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
342 JEFFERSON APIS at 512 Jef-
ferson Ave Miami Beach, Florida in-
tend to register said name with the
Cerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Forida.
EDWARD MERLIN
LENA MERLIN
LEBOW1TZ BELLER
Attornevs for ',42 Jefferson Apts.
706 First Street
Miami li.-ach, Forida
JE > "771
10/9-16-23-30
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERKII1 QIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SUD8-UR-DDD8 at 4900 N.W. 27th
Avenue, Miami, Florida Intends to
register said name wfh the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
THE HARBER CORPORATION
OF MIAMI
HAROLD A. GREENE
Attorney for The Harber Corporation
of Miami
|0 :.-lS-L'3-30
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deslrinu t<. engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BAY TOWERS Lincoln Road West
End/Miami Beach/Florida at 407 Lin-
coln Road. Miami Beach. Florida in-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
BAT T. iWERS APRTMENTS,
INCORPORATED
JULIUS JAY PERLMUTTER
Attorney for Applicant
10/9-16-23-30
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
DABRO ROCK CO., at Dade County,
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
ALBERT G. BOURKE
Sole Owner
MARX FABF.R
Attorney for Applicant
1612 Congress Bldg.
10/9-16-23-3O
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 M. COHEN
a/k/a MARION LITT,
Plaintiff. '
vs.
HARRY L. COHHN,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: HARRY L. COHEN
ADDRESS UNKNOWN
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 copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on the plalntlfrs
Attorneys LEISOWITZ AND BEL-
LER, 706 First Street. Miami Beach,
Florida and file the original Answer
or Pleading in the ofice of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
26th day of October. 1959. If you
fall to do so. judgment by default will
he taken against you for the relief
demanded In the Bill Of Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 21st day of September.
A.D., 1959.
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
(seal) By: K. M. LYMAN.
Deputy Clerk.
LEBOW1TZ & RELLRR
7"fi First St.. Miami Beach. Fla.
JE 9-0774
Attorneys for Plaintiff '
9'2S. 10/2-9-H
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. S9C 8602
ROSE Pl.OTXICK.
Plaintiff.
HARRY PLOTNICK.
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: HARRY PI.' ITN1CK
7961 Durocher Street
Montreal
Quebec. Canada
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Dade County. Florida.
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Nasser in 'Program'for Mid-Edtf
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Uriel Arab
if the two rides wowM agree
He was ma miatimt oa
by Israel at the UN
the week to nijnli 4mm
of .11
TV New York Tiaes described
toe aaojiunl ot oae which "
based oo a f alse premise and i-
seres toe forts aod renames of the
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200 Stwdemts to Fertvm
cers. Left jo right 'seated are Don Giaser and George Sen-
ders. Strmrfmg are Tbehna Freed Muriel FeDerniaa, and
Betty Bone. Tb group lists some 100 menibeis
Arabs Hit Refugee Plan
Continued from Powe 1-a
2. The memorandum called
?he UN's attention to mo dan-
ger or Jewish ifflm-j'ilon to
Palestine wtticn constitutes a
maior obstacle la me impiemen-
#00 of the Uratod Nations res-
olc-tion en me repetition of mo
rofwwaov- Accordant to the
Laaeue. every malarial or pel.*-
icaJ assistance foolititino. such
wnm.9r4t.on is caniidonj by m
Aroh states as an
act."
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marskjold's proposal tHat t a e
work of the Umted Naboes Relief
aod York* Agency for Palestine
Refugees be rnnfiwaid beyond the
ewer's present experauoa date,
whack however. a*-a.B< aay plaa
"to traesfer any of UXRWA "s re-
wjtwjsihfliti to the host Arab
dates' These "host' states are
the United Arab Republic. Leb-
aooa and Jordan, whtek have jar-
isdartioa over the areas where the
refugees are maintained. This
Ftwrt UXRWA report araia crm-
ctavs the -host- states for lock of
cooperation with the UN rekef I
wjowty
mark the ki pan ate of the two hi|<
odes tafkmg peace, a oat yet wath ^ m^
each other, at least at each other "
Seereary at* State Chraatiaa A
aaraer load a press uwimau. Israel Foreign atiswilii
head before the Nasser -offer." saeaawhale this week cawed the
wr^wtaafioa offer of Prriwlim Nas-
ser of the Uoatod Arab Republic
a desperate irteipt to extricate
Cha-cha eshtbmon aod daace '"" *" ** ** scaodal
party featuring sosoe 2w Fred A*- *"** V? nrefJeetrvrr exposed
xre stadeats froaa Miami Beach, f lfm4 Ntmns General
Coral Gabies and Ft. Uaderdale -****
wnl htghfighr YCKR a -Castaway The officials ridiculed Nasser's
Capers- broadcast Friday mid- call for a UN body to
night froaa the Shane Temple room the Security Coancil 1*51
af the Castaways moteL Disc joe 'ion oa freedom of transit m she
key Jack Sheridan will emcee both mam CawaL They said that the
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law reamres them to close on
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Pretty house, pretty hostess Mrs. J. Rado
pouring coffee for a Brandeis University National
Women's Committee board meeting Mrs.
Jack Rabinowitz looking stunning in her Hong
Kong-made dress Mrs. Rudy Baum and Mrs.
Leo Fishman in a tete-a-tete Mrs. Joseph
(Lilly) Duntov leaving her Joseph for a few min-
_ hear acting president Mrs. Solomon Margolis report on
[for membership coffees here .
jrd from Ruth Kanner postmarked Blowing Rock, and tell-
lends she won two dollars playing golf with husband Sam .
Vment at Open House of the new Mt. Sinai Hospital and SRO
bmbers of the Women's Auxiliary Mrs. Edward Roth con-
hg a tour through the Maternity Wing .. Mrs. Samuel Mayser
ly sitting in the aisle during the speeches just glad to be
p anywhere Mrs. Maurice Yalman, executive secretary,
Sng messages back and forth Mrs. Philip B. Lefkowitz,'
lary president, simply beaming, along with Mrs. Leonard
[ chairman of the Women's Development Fund, and Mrs A
ert Mathes, who heads up the Blessed Event function.
*
Ir. and Mrs. Jack Camer will attend groundbreaking cere-
es for an addition to the Community Synagogue of Rye, N.Y.,
t. 25 Jack's an honorary life president of the synagogue!
* will enlarge its facilities by $350,000 worth The couple
lormer Rye residents, where a boulevard has been named in
honor.. .
ir. and Mrs. David Hess, 2190 SW 10th St., and Jay and
ke, off to New York While there, they saw the new Broad-
j musical hit, "Destry Rides Again," starring Andy Griffith,
tes Gray and Scott Brady ... The David Merrick production
peen playing to capacity audiences since it opened.

Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Ziegler celebrated their 13th wedding anni-
lary Oct. 9 The Zieglers and children Lenore, 12, and
b, 9, live at 801 NE 178th ter., No. Miami Beach .
[Out-of-town guests who came for the Bar Mitzv'ah of Stanley
bMein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest J. Bernstein, 815 Lenox
I included his uncle, Dr. Ephraim Lahav, scientific Attache
Ithe Israel Government in Washington ... Dr. Lahav is Mrs.
iistein's brother Mrs. Anne Jaul, sister of Mr. Bernstein,
Ived from Cleveland.O., as well as long time friends, Mr. and
\ Jack Feingold, also of Cleveland Stanley's Bar Mitzvah
Saturday at Temple Emanu-El, which was followed by a recep-
that night at the Saxony hotel. -
* a
I On the Birth Front: David Franklin, born to Mr. and Mrs.
(Joan) Kaplan on Sept. 13 at Jackson Memorial Hospital
was Sept. 20 at the Kaplan home, 1134 SW 9th st., with Cantor
man Gottlieb officiating Maternal grandpaVents are Mr.
Mrs. Morris Rooney .
Also: Michael Ian, who arrived to M.r. and Mrs. David Hirsch,
I W. 11th et., Weathaven Heights, TTialeah, on Sept. 17 at Coral
iles General Hospital Michael johu his brother, Alan Jay
Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John Klein, Hialeah
I. Paternal grandmother is Mrs. Kay Spar, Miami Proud
ner is treasurer of the Hialeah Reform Jewish Congregation.
a
Mr. and ,Mrs. Harry Miner, of 400 92nd st., Surfside, enter-
ed at a double celebration, with a surprise dinner in honor of
s. Miner's father, J. M. Freedman, who celebrated his 85th
thday, and the 39th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
' Eisenstein, of the Patsy Shop on Lincoln rd. .
Among the 30 guests were their children, Mrs. H. Miner and
s. Dorothy Tepper; grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Ross and
Iss Susan Fenton; and great-grandchildren, Barbara and Scott
pss .
His son, Theodore Freedman, of New Jersey, and another son,
pvid Fenton, of Miami Beach, were unable to attend because of
[trip to Boston, where Mrs. Fenton underwent heart surgery last
T'day.
>
"Just for pleasure," says architect Irv Korach when asked
bout his trip to South America ... Irv and Mrs. K. leave Satur-
y for six weeks Sonny Pohn is at Billings Hospital, Chicago,
there friends are sending cards to say hello Wife Audrey
The* 40 miles every day to and from his bedside .
Martha (Mrs. Stanley C.) Myers knitting little things in antici-
fetion of the arrival of a grandchild Expecting are Dr. and
Irs. Arthur (Judy) Gilbert .
Wise presidents, like Mrs. James Katzman, of the Bay Division
National Council of Jewish Women, choose their chairmen care-
Hy Mrs. Stanley (Joni) Tate, chairman of membership, ar-
ived at the first luncheon of the season, bringing her mother-in-
lw, mother, Mrs. Morton Greenwood, and aunt, Mrs. Edward
reenwood Daughter Linda is still too young .
Enjoying the program, among others: Mrs. Rickle Darwin,
'rs. J. Benach, and Mrs. Samuel Feldman Also, sisters Mrs.
Sertram Schrank and Mrs. Samuel Gerson, busy talking about Mrs.
Schrank's new house.
Mrs. Irving (Charlotte) is new
president of Tamara Mizrachi
Group of Greater Miami .
She succeeds Mrs. Ann Frank
Teitch The Mizrachi Wom-
en's organization, now in its
35th year of existence, boasts of
a membership of 50,000 women
organized in over 250 chapters
thoughout the United States .
Functional program of Miz-
rachi women is three-fold .
It covers the field of education
and vocational training, child
restoration and Youth Aliyah
work.
Charlotte says "we're facing
a challenge that we must meet,
and we will do everything in
our power to provide a place in
Israel for recent arrivals where
they can learn a new way of
life ."
^Jewish FIojriLdLian
Miami, Florida, Friday; October 16, 1959
Section B
From the new cotton fields of Israel to the exclusive atelier of
Lanvin-Castillo in Paris to the major cities of the United States
and Canadathis is the story of "Queen of Sheba," the gay
yellow cotton printed with characters of the Hebrew alphabet
and designed om an evening-at-home dress by M. Castillo.
This dress is one of six costumes that have been made of
Israeli fabrics by leading Paris couturiers as their contribution
to the French-Israel Festival of Fashion.
Many firsts' to be Featured at High
Fashion Show by France and Israel
SEE 'CHARMINGLY YOURS' PAGE 7-B
MRS. IRVING SHALOM
An unusual fashion show with a
significant underlying purpose is
slated for Thursday, Oct. 22, in the
new Qrand ballroom of the Fon-
tainebleau hotel the French-Is-
rael Festival of Fashions spon-
sored by the Women's Division for
State of Israel Bonds.
Admission to the event is by
purchase of an Israel Bond or sale
of three Israel Bonds. Chairman
of the Festival of Fashions is Mrs.
Paul Pollak. Jacques E. Turner,
Consul of France in Miami, is hon-
orary chairman. Over-all chair-
man of the Women's Division is
Mrs. Max Weitz.
Ilka Chase, noted star of stage,
screen and television, will be the
fashion commentator. Saks Fifth
Avenue will accessorize and co-
ordinate the show.
Stewardesses from Air France
and El Al Israel Airlines will be
on hand to greet guests.
Added excitement will be given
at the event with the award of a
free roundtrip to Paris via Air
France and also a round-trip flight
from Paris to Israel to an Israel
Bond seller or purchaser.
The French-Israel friendship
theme will be dramatized by the
participation in the event of
Moshe Leshem, Consul of Israel
in the Southeastern region of the
United States, and by Mr. Turner.
The fashion show introduces
many "firsts." Among them, this
will be the first time some of the
greatest names in the French
Haute Couture have agreed to
Hadassah President to Speak
Mrs. Arthur Applebaum, presi-
dent of the Hannah Senesch group
of Hadassah, will be guest speaker
at a meeting of the Bikur Cholim
Kosher Convalescent Home on
Wednesday noon at the Algiers
hotel.
show their fashions with the fash-
ions of another country.
It will also be the first time that
the French couturiers, who are
subsidized by both the French gov-
ernment and the French textile
industry, turn their talents and
prestige to helping a textile indus-
try of another country. For in
many instances, the French de-
signers have created fashions
from fabrics loomed or woven in
Israel.
Among the French couturiers
who have designed the fashions
for this special showing at no cost
to Israel are Balenciago, Cardin,
Chanel, Jacques Heim, Lanvin-
Castillo, and Laroche. Israeli de-
signers include Lola Beer, Lilly
Schleiffer. Maskit, Aled and Mat-
skin Brothers.
Among the 35 fashions to be
shown is a stunning evening en-
semble by Lilly Schleiffer. This
designer introduces another "first"
in the show, for she has created
her entire collection for the show
from Israel woven wool jersey.
From the French will be such
designs as a purple tweed, woven
in Israel, by Chanel. The slim
tweed coat with traditional golden
buttons will be shown over a slim
slip of a purple silk shantung
dress. Cardin employed a Maskit
fabric in fleecy wool to create a
full-length coat with a huge
'mushroom" collar. Jacques Heim
has used a hand-loomed Maskit
Lame for a glamorous version of
the French butcher boy jacket
worn over olive green velvet
lounging trousers.
Guy Laroche chose a white-
flecked mauve tweed woven in
Israel for a coat and suit costume.
From Balenciaga, comes an Israel
woven pebbly wool, made into a
modified chemise dress and boxy
jacket.
Temple Israel
Women's Tea
Sisterhood of Temple Israel of
Greater Miami will hold a mem-
bership tea in Wolfson Auditorium
on Wednesday noon, Oct. 21.
Program for the day will be Dr.
Joseph Narot, spiritual leader
of Temple Israel, discussing
"Molly Goldberg's Global Diplo-
macy," a review of the Broadway
play, "Majority of One."
Mrs. Joseph Ruffner, president
of Sisterhood, will greet guests,
along with Mrs. Elmer Levine, vice
president of membership, and Mrs.
Edward Melniker, chairman of
the tea. Mrs. Samuel G. Kohlen-
berg is publicity chairman.
Coffees to Tell
Brandeis Story
Brandeis Women's Committee of
Greater Miami will begin an in-
tensive membership drive on Oct.
23 at 10:30 a.m., when a series of
coffee get-togethers will occur
simultaneously in various homes
in the Greater Miami area.
Purpose of the gatherings is to
acquaint local women with the
Brandeis story and the aims and
ideals of the Brandeis Women's
Committee. The local chapter has
as its prime purpose the support
and maintenance of the Brandeis
University Library.
Coffeets will be held at the
homes of the following:
Mrs. Louis Easton, 551 Jeronimo
dr., Coral Gables; Mrs. Harry
Rimer, 930 South Shore dr., Miami
Beach; Mrs. Johnson Da vies, jr,
1286 NE 95th st., Miami Shores;
Mrs. Joseph Berger, 2240 Magno-
lia, Keystone Island 4; Mrs. Leo
. Fishbein, 2535 Pinetree dr., Miami
Beach.
Mrs. Mortimer Wien, 5229 Alton
rd., Miami Beach; Mrs. Solomon
Margolis, 1672 Daytonia rd., Bis-
cayne Pt.; Mrs. Lee Howard, 8986
Bay dr., Surfside.
In charge of reservations are
Mrs. Solomon Margolis and Mrs.
Robert Grossman.
Cedars Hospital
Inaugural Ball
Arrangements have been com-
pleted by co-chairmen Mrs. Jacob
Colsky and Mrs. Herschel Leschel
for the Cedars of Lebanon Hospital
Auxiliary's first inaugural ball.
At 7 p.m. on the evening of Nov.
14, only six days after ground-
breaking ceremony, the celebra-
tion will commence with cocktails,
dinner and dancing.
The new Everglades hotel will
provide the setting for the social
event.
Mrs. Peritz Scheinberg and Mrs.
Robert Werner are in charge of
tickets, while Mrs. Benjamin Oren
and Mrs. Reuben Rochkind are
reservations co-chairmen.
Council Has
Monthly Meeting
Broward-North Dade Council of
B'nai B'rith Women was to hold
its monthly meeting on Oct. 15,
8:15 p.m., at Temple Beth Sholom,
1725 Monroe st., Hollywood.
The Council is composed of
three chapters in the North Dade
area, one in Hollywood, and one
in Ft. Lauderdale.
Mrs. Jack Bergman was to con-
duct a fund-raising workshop. In
charge of information is Mrs. Al-
vin- Wank, president, 1021 NE 154th
ter., No. Miami Beach.


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Council Launches Youth Program
National Couiti! of Jewish
Women has formed a new dinsaoa
i ar CewBe-ieres far *rrt
ha sweach ihrr.,-h a~aU gra J*
tf scfeoZ who wawd lkc : iw
TV new c x-r* snewis. and th-r cosae
front Sesj*!i Miami. ffii -Nner te Lwl KkMi Part.
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Agenda for tbe meeting wiii
:o*er eieetsoa o officers, plans fo.
jure prograans. aad ducssssaoa
jf a project at the Jew ma House
far the Aged.
la charge \J iaaarmattoe b Mr
G renter y
Vf-aaf^
one.] will
a tour of the
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cats.
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rilers. inei-j
The Open Door" will be the theme lor the
Worth Shore Jewjah Center Sisterhood tea at
he home al Mrs. Harry Rosenield. 1150 Bay
ix.. Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. Script for the
.roaram is by the National Women's League
.-nd muted "Maet the Gang." Program chaxr-
rsn are Mrs Jerry Rieger and Mrs. Maurice
Revrte. Working with Mrs. Roseniekl on ar-
rangements are Mrs. Al Mechlowitx. president
and Mrs. Norman Harrow, membership chair-
man. Shown chore. Mrs. Raeenield and Mrs.
Frank Nankin left greet Mrs. Jack Segal and
Mrs. Edward Stem.
Membtrskit Tern AWy
Coral chapter of the American
Medical Center at Dearer will hold
a membership tea Monday. 1 p.m..
at McArthur Dairies. MSI N'E 2nd
a\e. Mrs. Irving Ruhusstein is rice
president in charge of me
-hip
*eth U SmUrtk Party
Jeauty Queen Deadline Nears
Dead'.n*- lor *ntenng the 19C0
<-n com.
Oct. 31
Top prJzi
e Florida
complete
be. including ex
and two
l-expense ro
erk I
,Wfcue ia New York. t*e Queen
.]; appear ;n the K- Salarrafl TV
"low and act as hostess for tn<-
oofc Mi2i7.ru- All America i
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Following tte Oct 31 dea
-e judge* will 'elect 25 candi
from their picttire and in
ite them to Miami for a roll -iav
f iMervsewi At |
oeen and her court of four pnn
esses wul be chosen.
activities, a
cootests. and na
To be eligible, a girl must be a ******* <* parents,
resident of Florida or attend a ~-^~
school ui the state She must be
unmarried, between the ages of 18
ar.d 2. and may be a model but
tonal entertainer If
she is a minor, she mius have her
parents perm.*ion to enter the
ant
Candidates should send their
nea to Orange Bowl Queen
SW 2nd are.. Miami
36. The three photographs should
be unretouched, eight by-ten inch.
-> photos including one of
: 'holders. r,M street
I wear, and a third in
- or thorn ensemble.
The person- should I
name. age. heignt. we.ght. color
and tyes. b nip
measurement*, schools attended.
pre
and ad
of CongregatrfM Beth
El will hold a Sukkoth party San
day miaauf at Dora Augvst Hall.
Special guest will be Has Clara
Lieber. noted merzo soprano She
w ill be accompanied by ulg Stern
at the piano.
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attend the reane. wMcksi
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la charge of L-nerMte,,
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the seasor cituen* prograa.

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rroaps wiU bold a joant
Oct. 21. 10 a.m.. at tke
Mrs. Sydney 'Clairei Wea
300 Bnckell ave. Miami
A UN delezatioa will
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ts. Max Weilz (left), chairman of the Women's Division for
lael BondB, receives an award from Rep. James Roosevelt,
[California, for her "outstanding service" on behalf of the
ble of Israel. Looking on is Mrs. Frances Katzman, chairman
I testimonial luncheon at which the presentation was made
kt Wednesday in the Eden Roc hotel. More than 250 Greater
ami women leaders paid tribute to Mrs. Weitz at the lunch-
in. Rep. Roosevelt was a principal speaker.
re Membership Coffee Tennessee Chief
Exec to Speak
Sscayne chapter of the Ameri-
Mcdical Center at Denver,
d. was to hold a membership
lee and maternity fashion show
jirsday, 8 p.m., at the Balmoral
(1. Co-chairmen are Mrs. David
imiT. 17600 NE 2nd ave., and
s. Allen Winner, 17130 NE 3rd
tnoro/i Chapter Card Party
lenorah chapter of B'nai B'rith
^men held a card party at the
Ore Club hotel on Tuesday, ac-
^d:ng to Mrs. Mildred Freman,
president and chairman of
lys and means.
lome Auxiliary
hedules Party
Jreater Miami Auxiliary, Jew-
Home for the Aged, is giving
first birthday party of the sea-
ls for the residents of the Home.
[The party was to take place at
Duglas Gardens, 151 NE 52nd St.,
i Thursday, at 8 p.m.
Mrs. Louis Makovsky, program
hairman, has arranged the pro-
ram. Mrs. Sol Silverman, presi-
dent, was to greet guests and bos
tsses for the evening.
Gov. Frank Clements of Tennes-
see will be guest speaker at the
Bay Harbor Islands Bal Harbour
dinner on behalf of Mt. Sinai Hos-
pital of Greater Miami, which will
take place Nov. 23 at the Ameri-
cana hotel, according to an an-
nouncement by Tom Kravitz,
dinner chairman.
Mrs. Nat Waldman Wednesday
accepted the chairmanship of the
women's committee for the din-
ner, with Mrs. Lester Arkin to act
as her co-chairman.
The women's committee will
meet Oct. 19 at the new Hospital
for a progress report, while the
men's committee will convene
Oct. 25. Shepard Broad, Mayor
of Bay Harbor Islands, is honorary
chairman of the event.
Torah Group Hears Report
Torah group of Hadassah held a
card party at the Knights of Pyth-
ias Hall, 4601 W. Flagler st, on
Tuesday noon. President Mrs. H.
Oilman gave her report on the na-
tional convention which she at-
tended last month in St. Louis.
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ON THE
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"PROVEN LEADERSHIP"
+ Safety for Our School Children
-*c Appointment of a City Beaut if icat ion Board
-* Stepped-up Beautification Program
* Continued Cooperation with Metro
ft Positive Elimination of Spot Zoning
Appointment of a Zoning Director
% Further Industrial Development
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Varied Programs
First birthday parly and paid-
up membership tea will be held by
Sunshine chapter of B'nai B'rith
Women at the Americana hotel on
Wednesday at 1 p.m.
Fashions by Martha's will be
featured on the. .program, with
guests including Mrs. Gerald Sofiz?
president of District 5, B'nai
B'rith Women, and Mrs. Alfred
Reich, first vice president.
Sunshine chapter is also plan-
ning a card party for Monday at
the First Federal Savings and
Loan Assn. bldg., 900 NE 125th st.

North Dade chapter will hold the
second half of its two-part pro-
gram on protection against polio
and tetanus on Wednesday at the
North Dade Jewish Center.
From 7:30 to 9:30 p.m., physi-
cians and nurses will administer
vaccines at nominal cost.
The first part of the program
Sept. 30 provided care for some
100 persons.
*
Creative genius will be on dis-
play Thursday evening, Oct. 22,
at the Chateau motel.
This will be in the form of a
"Mad Hatter's" contest as a spe-
cial feature of a membership af-
fair sponsored by Shoshana chap-
ter of B'nai B'rith Women. In
charge of information is Mrs. New-
ton Hofstadter, membership chair-
man.

Harmony chapter of B'nai B'rith
Women will hold a member-bring-
a-member party at the home of
Mrs. Irving Laibson, president,
8230 Hawthorne ave., on Tuesday
evening.
The film, "Building for the Fu-
ture," which describes the work
of B'nai B'rith, will be shown.
Mrs. Jerome Robinson, who
heads leadership training here,
and Mrs. Norman Reinhard, chap-
ter service officer, will also speak.
Mrs. Morris Hinden is member-
ship vice president.
Ad Club Hears Speaker
In recognition of National News-
paper Week, Oct. 15 to 21, the Ad-
vertising Club of Greater Miami
had Edward H. Burgeson as its
guest speaker on Wednesday at the
McAllister hotel. Burgeson is re-
tail vice president of the Bureau
of Advertising of the American
Newspaper Publisher's Assn. The
subject of his talk was "Your
NewspaperFreedom's Textbook."
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ARRIAGE COUNSELOR
_ 0M Samuel C/. >J\lin Miami? Nationally Famous Makriaci Authority. Lectlrir and Al thor
There are two things you can do when your
usiness fails. You can brood and worry about your
Ml failure and resolve never to go into business
gain. Or you can sit down and calmly and ration-
lly try to discover why your business went on the
ocks.
What is true of business is just as true of mar-
iagie. There are several things you can do after you
et your annulment or divorce. One is to resolve
ever to wed again. You can denounce men or
omen as selfish, predatory creatures with whom
ou will never become permanently entangled. If
ou pursue this course the chances are you will
.ave a lonely, embittered old age to look forward to.
Or you can try to discover the reasons why your
namage failed, and attempt to profit by them.
Perhaps the simplest method is to consult a
ompetent marriage counselor. A marriage coun-
elor is a specialist concerned exclusively with
eople and their marriages. If be is a good marriage
ounselor. he will try to find out the real reasons
hy your marriage failed, rather than the super-
cial ones you may present to him.
Repetition of Childhood
He does this by means of a series of interviews
hich last about fifty minutes each. The client talks
nd the counselor listens Obviously a good coun-
t-lor it much more than a good listener. But it is
nportant that he listen carefully, first of all, in
-der to get the client's story, to hear his point of
ew. and to understand something about bis basic
titudes towards himself, his mate and marriage
i general.
Based on the interviews, the counselor will
ake every attempt to find out why your marriage
aDj broke down. He will not only discuss your
recent difficulties but will probe skillfully into
i-r past as well, since he knows that present per-
namy patterns are often merely a repetition of
:idhood ones.
He will want to know a great deal about your
rents and whether or not they were happily mar-
ried, since there is often a close connection be-
tween the unhappiness of married children and the
domestic unhappiness of their elders.
He will also want to know the sort of childhood
you hadwhether, for example, you were a meek,
passive, dependent youngster anxious to please your
parents at no matter what cost to vour own person-
ality; or whether you were overly-aggressive, which
may suggest to him that you were frustrated in
your basic need for love, affection and security.
f%a BOcrwr mvesYiweof
The counselor will also wish to know how and
when you acquired your basic attitudes and infor-
mation about sex. for these early attitudes often
determine your reactions as aa adult. Did your
parents instill in you the notion that sex was some-
thing obscene and degrading, to be avoided at all
costs? Or did they avoid all discussion of the subject,
or talk about it in hush-hush terms you either
couldn't understand or which left you painfully em-
barrassed?
The tragic truth is that the sexual attitudes one
takes into wedlockwhich often help determine the
success or failure of the marriage itselfare invari-
ably acquired in childhood: and. as we all know, it
is much more difficult to get rid of wrong attitudes
than to acquire the proper ones in the first place.
As I say. if you really want to know why your
marriage failed and what you can-do to avoid a sec-
ond failure, a marriage counselor is by all odds your
best bet. Unfortunately, there are not too many
qualified counselors, and their fees are apt to be
high.
But you can make no better investment in terms
of your future emotional health and marital happi-
ness than by seeing one. Because only by knowing
the real reasons why your marriage failed can you
possibly avoid making the same mistakes again and
again.
Mr. */.' m evaMeMe far prhutt mm eoeoseHof
t ffct Nawfioftoa Metffc** hl4m., i Mimmi
MoUia Kahaner
Monticeilo Park
publishing a guide .
the NorVi Dade ar*T.
an announcement b, k
"Urn Wednesday.
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Miami designer Margaret
Newman will preview her
new 1960 line at a fashion
show and luncheon at the
Seville hotel on Wednesday,
Oct. 28. Women's American
ORT is sponsoring the mem-
ber-bring-a-member affair.
Entitled "After Swim," thi?
colorful cotton print playouit
is one of the many originals
to be shown at the affair.
Mrs. Samuel Avrach is chair-
man.
wirfc a Flair,
TUB
EBeauvd
Complete CatetwF_
for that Special Party
served in an elegant fa*
within a ltuurioej
setting that will
reflect your good taste,
CONFIRMATIONS
RECEPTIONS
WEDDINGS
BANQUETS
MEETINGS
"ARTIES
Trtf-a-trt*
or a gala
rrlebratina
.with 3.50QJ
guests.
19 Graduate At Sinai School
Twenty nine students of Mt
asj Hospital's School of Practi-
I Nursing graduated last Wed-
-day am.d the applause of more
aa 400 doctors, nurses, relatives
nd guests at the first public cer-
Ip be held in the new hos-
I auditorium.
Mrs Carmen Ross, director of
raai and nursing education.
nducted the candlelight cere-
ony. while Max Orovitz. Mt. Si-
ii Hospital president, was the
ning's main speaker.
The Women's Auxiliary- Award
ranted to the student who is
designated by the faculty as the
"best all-around." showing the
most outstanding scholastic
achievement as well as the best
aptitude in bedside nursing care,
was given to Barbara Haw ley. who
also won the Faculty Award for
her "most exemplar)' conduct"
dur.nc her student days and her
leadership aptitude and general
demeanor. The Classman Award
went to Betsy Peacock.
Samuel Gertner. executive di-
rector of Mt. Sinai Hospital, Mrs.
Philip A. Lefkowitz. president of
the Women's Auxiliary, and Mrs.'
A. Herbert Mathes. vice president
of the Auxiliary, presided at the.
graduation.
The following were graduated:
Ruth Adsluf. Alice Beebe, Jean
Bogardus. Beverly Brown. Sybil
Chamberlain. Ins Cheney. Pearl
Cleary. Wenda Cluett. Mary Ann
Dixon. Joan Festa. Patricia Flet-
cher. Margaret Fredey. Cynthia
Harnsberger. Barbara H a w I e y ,
Florence Jacobsoa. Lee Johnson,
Lillian Johnson. Carol Loury, Hel-
en Moore. Betsy Peacock. Eliza-,
beth Ressek. Altha Roberts. Paul-
ine Roesch, Joanne Sarles, Har-
riet Shapiro, Emily Trapp. Doro-
thy Whelan. Lois Ann Wilton, and
Marie Zimmerman.
Aviva Hodassah Luncheon
Aviva group of Hadassah will hold
a membership luncheon Monday
noon at the home of Mrs. Leon
Landis. 13001 SW 63rd ave.
Haw* tt
Banquet, or
Special Occasion
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your needs in the Kismet,
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Kidney Gluckman (left) and Mrs. Joseprn Shapiro, pres-
fcf the Miami Beach chapter of Hadassah, discuss a sym-
JD led by Mrs. Gluckman on "The World We HaveThe
, We Want" at a recent chapter meeting. Panelists were
"imuel Sakrais, president of the Florida region, Mrs.
Krieger Fink, and Mrs. Milton Sirkin.
ton Marks Newspaper Week
fAGOThe more than 10,000
mi daily and weekly news-
hrf America, their publish-
Jtors and staff, and the Na-
lilitorial Assn. were given
'recognition here this week
.N.'.Vs fall meeting in the
is hotel in observance of
ening of the 20th anniver-
> National Newspaper Week,
to 21.
Ration presented to NBA
fcnt VV. W. Schergens, Tell
fand.) News publisher, by
IE. McNeil, Tenessee Press
^manager, irotrt Knoxvilie,
Vnting 'the National News-
pVeek committee and Ncws-
Assn. Managers, Inc., foun-
Dl the annual observance,
the recognition was 'for de-
service in upholding and
ving these traditional and
icntal. American rights:
Freedom of religion, freedom of
speech, freedom of enterprise, and
freedom of the press."
'KTorts in nearly every state
to hide news, cover up inefficiency
and corruptness, and pass legisla-
tion to hurt the public, newspapers
and our free press have been
strongly oppo.-ed by courageous
newspapermen acting in behalf oi
the general public,' .McNeil ex-
plained.
He said, "The price of liberty
and freedom is indeed eternal vig-
.lance by newspapers and the pub-
lic, working toge.hci. Without the
public's right to know what goes
on in their government and with-
out freedom of expression and the
lrecdom of newspapers to print
the truth, there cwlJ-and would
-be no real freedom ior the indi-
vidual in America."
Beach Hadassah
Meetings Monday
Louis D. 3randeis group of Ha-
dassah will have its meeting on
Monday at the Fontainebleau hotel
at 11:30 a.m. Program of interest
is being planned.
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Deborah group will have a mem-
ber-bring-a-member luncheon at
the home of Mrs. Charles Grau-
bart, 8908 Irving ave., at 12 noon
on Monday.
*
Herri group will meet at the
Eden Roc hotel Monday. Dessert
and coffee will be served, followed
by a preview film of French-Is-
raeli fashions. A musical program
will present Mrs. Theresa Gross-
berg, oi the Opera Guild of Great-
er Miami. She will be accom-
panied by Mrs. Jack Katzman.
*
Israeli group will meet at the
Algiers hotel at 12 noon on .Mon-
day. Refreshments will be served,
followed by a program.
* *
Esther group will hold its mect-
' ing atethe Fontainebleau hotel at
1 p.m. on Monday. Education
Forum will be on the program.

Emma Lazarus group will hold
its meeting at the Washington Fed-
eral Bank bldg., Normandy Isle,
at 12:30 p.m. on Monday. Special
refreshments will be served. This
will be a paid-up membership par-
ty, including a Sukkoth skit.
*
Hanr.a Senesch group will hold
its meeting at the Saxony hotel at
12 noon on Monday. Guest speak-
er will be Mrs. Henry Wernick.
She will discuss "Ye Shall Dwell
ill Booths."

Shaloma group will have an in-
stallation brunch Monday at 12
noon at the Barcelona hotel. Mrs.
Milton Sirkin will be installing of-
ficer.

Henrietta Sxc'd group will hold
its meeting at the Algiers hotel at
12:30 p.m. on Monday. Mrs. A.
Grunhut will be guest speaker.
*
Stephen S. Wise group will hold
its meeting at the Deauville hotel
at 12:30 p.m. on Monday. Refresh-
ments will be served, followed by a
membership skit, "A New Kind
of Magic." Also scheduled are a
Sukkoth program and community
singing.
Women's Division of the Chamber of Commerce of Surfsid
Bal Harbour and Bay Harbor Islands is the recipient of t'r
third prize for services rendered to their communities for estc
lishing a public library there. Showing their Honorable Me
tion certificates given by the Miami Herald are Mrs. Willie-
Maxwell, president, and Mrs. Rhea Cashman Gladwin, he
orary founder president. The library is at 222 95th st., Surfsic'
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Golf Finals on Air
Play-by-play coverage of the
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12:30 and 5:30 p.m.
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Henry Groudan, president of the
Community V'aad llakasliruth. an-
nounced Wednesday "that practic-
ally ail the major and exclusive
hotels on Miami Beach have facil-
ities for kosher catering super-
vised by the Community V'aad Ha-
kashruih."
Groudan said that "among the
major hotels are the Americana.
Crown, Eden Roc, and Deauville,"
adding that "recently, an agree-'
ment has been reached with Ben !
Novack, president of the Fontaine-
bleau hotel, that the Community
Vaad rlakashruth will have special
dishes for all catering under its
supervision."
Groudan said that "the Commun-
ity Vaad is endorsed by the major
Orthodox synagogues of Greater
Miami. Its religious administra-
tion is under the Beth Din, the
Orthodox Rabbinical Court of
Greater Miami."
According to Groudan, "both
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in a capacity of community s
ice free of any charges."
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9-JenistHorklfrn
Friday, Oetob]
Leaders' Seminar ? *>
Will Mark Pioneer
"A Key tn ihe Ark."i.i
vid Sisterh innJ'
questions ab, ut Torai
ing playlet
er Forer.
feted
will be
Women Anniversary **
_ Me^dames George cl?
First Leadership.Training Semi- Bloom Rm MJ* J*
j nar of Pioneer Women wil. be' %nA UaX^ __" *",
Members of the Federation of Jewish Women's
Organizations traveling troupe who will re-
ceive awards at the first FJWO open meeting
on Oct. 29. The volunteer musical aggregation
will be cited "for unique service in interpreting
the work of Federation and the Combined Jew-
ish Appeal." Rear (left to right) are Mrs. AI
Podvin, Mrs. Daniel Heller. Mrs. Michael Plarf-
son, Mrs. Jonas Brotman. Mrs. Sidney Rosen-
berg, Mrs. Barbara Lamont. Front row (left to
right) are Mrs. William Wickrnan. Mrs. Stan-
ley Levitch. Ricki Darwin, Mrs. Thomas Ger-
ard. Seated at the piano is Mrs. Howard
Grove. Troupe director is Mrs. Randy Polan-
slcy, standing right
FJWO Will Launch Programs for 1960
Variety is the word for the on "Women's Community Respon
sparkline program planned by the sibility."
Federation of Jewi-h Women's Or-.
ganizations at its fir ing Thursday, Oct. 29, at the Al- gram scheduled to begin at 10:30
giers hotel. a.m. is a "Little White House Con-
Representatives and officers of fab," to emulate the summit con-
more than 100 women's groups fcrences which have figured so
Mrs. Meyer Eggnatz. who last
week returned from Israel, where
she toured the country as a mem-
ber of the United Jewish Appeal
Study Mission, will bring an eye-
witness report on her observa-
weeks.
Women who have completed the
leadership training course at Mi-
ami Beach will receive their "di-
plomas" at the Oct. 29 meeting, it
was announced by Mrs. Bernard
Stevens, director of the series.
Leaders' Courses Resume Oct. 27
are expected to be on hand to
launch FJWO programs for 1960.
"A graduation ceremony, a
thrilling on-the-spot report from Is-
rael, presentation of awards, and
entertainmentthese will be BOOM
of the ingredients of our variety t ,j__u .
program on Oct. 29" said Mrs ^adershp training courses for graming. and fund-raising prob-
Jean C. Lehman. FJWO president tTh" Guest of honor at the big k.ck- J.uesda> <*1- 27. at Beth David Mrs. Lehman said "the courses
off function will be Dr. Benjamin ^onKreSaUn- w announced by have proved so popular at Miami
B. Rosenberg. executi\e director ih r- j Lehman, president of Beach that it was decided to re
t ih nmmm*mm xi-----: t.....:.u c-_j ,ne federation of Jewish Women's peat the series for the benefit of
Organization.. organization women residing in Mi
Mr- Bernard Stevens will again f^' S1 G,ab'es: ^^ nii.
conduct the training sessions'*. "^S^m, Da* 2T*"
ginning at 10 a.m. each Tuesday Mffit*,s.Vn8.MJ Stevens as "spe-
for the purpose of developing new *??l! "SiST** ***
organisation leadership and help- r > ^llh? Sch,ff' and Mrs
ing groups solve membership, pro-, ,. ? .J0*1*' M
I_______._______ I Lnder the pseudonym of "Muriel
---------------- Miles." Mrs. Solomon is author of
fVortm#n' f irrlo VicSt*, U *. rcgular Mature column in the
rroritmen s LlfCfe risrfor Here Miami Herald, which deals with
Joseph Garalick. of the New ^ problems A "cb doctor.'
York office of Workmen's Circle 1 "SWe" jues,ions concerning
is mrrpntiv .*.<... .u. r~_____' Prsrams and methods of retain-
h' Id to mark the 20th birthday of
Greater Miami organization.
Mrs Milton Green, president of
the Greater Miami Council of Pio-
neer Women, announced this week
that the seminar will be held Tues-
day, from 1030 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.,
at the Algiers hotel.
Pioneer Women's Organization
was formed on an international
scale 34 years ago on the Festival
of Sukkoth. The Greater Miami
20tb birthday seminar will also
honor the international anniver-
sary.
Mrs. Isaac Pushkin, vice presi-
dent of the Council, and Mrs. Mar-
ion Meyer, co chairmen, said that
the function is open to the general
1 public. Mrs. Pushkin will chair the
morning session, with her opening
remarks scheduled on "What Pio-
neer Women Offer to Their Mem-
bers."
Session on membership will be
1 conducted by Mrs. Bernard Kan-
tor; fund-raising, Mrs. Pushkin
and Mrs. Abraham Shedroff; pro-
gram and cultural, Mrs. Sarah
Singer and Mrs. Moses Meyer; or-
, ganizatioc. Mrs. Leo Goldman,
vice president of the Council and
member of the national executive
board.
Mrs. Marion Meyer will offer
the invocation during the brunch-
eon session.
Mrs. Marvin Copenhagen, presi-
dent of Kadimah chapter, will
chair the afternoon session, sched-
uled to feature reports on the re-
cent national biennial convention
of Pioneer Women in Cleveland,
O. Reports will be presented by
Mrs. Milton Green. Mrs. Leo Gold-
man. Mrs. Bernard Kanter, Mrs.
Abraham Shedroff, Mrs. Sarah
Singer, Mrs. Oscar Zeltzer. Mrs.
Israel Offenhanden and Mrs. R
Sachs.
Mrs. Sarah Shapoff will present
a report on her recent tour
through the State of Israel.

Pioneer Women, Club I, will in-
stall new officers Wednesday eve-
ning at the Royal Hungarian res-
taurant.
and Helene Kravitz J
Forer. Mrs. Jacque,
will provide the ma
ground.
Mews Commentator iM
Wayne Farm, newt
tor of ch. 7. will speak iti
ing of the Sisterhood o( J
Beth Sholom on Wedatssj
1 p.m., according to an i<|
ment by Mrs. Howard R L
Sisterhood president. Prn.
chairman of Sisterhood %i
Charles P. Fcinberg. ml
Harold Granoff is in chart* J
pitality.
'Get-Acquainted Hid*
"Get-Acouainted Night"
be held Thursday. 8 pjn
religious school of
Tamfd under the
the PTA. Mrs. Haiti
president. Refreshment!
be provided by Mrs. AagoaJ
school board chairman.
staff was to be rep
Shlomo Gerchakov. Mrs. I
stein, and Mrs. William
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed
eration. who will lead a discussion
Sisterhood to Near Mil]
Regular monthly meetisii
Tamid Sisterhood will be I
Tuesday evening in the I
itorium of Temple Ner
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz
heard in a book review.
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formation is Mrs. Harry Schul- ,', e Wl" dl>cuss informally
Lawrence Silverman. 10043 E. i
Broadview dr., Miami Beach.
Fashion show and musicale will
highlight the program, with mem t
hers of the organization acting as ?
models. Mrs. Louis Cole 1s presi 1
dent, and Mrs. Jesse LeVine is *
membership chairman.
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Other subjects wiU be parlia-
"What Hope a Mental Hospital .
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film showing and discussion by Dr. rtcrLltment for community serv-
Arnold Elchert. superintendent of 'tes'
the South Florida State Hospital,' _
on Tuesday evening in the audi-
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Moderator of the panel was to'
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lober 16, 1959
*JenisfifkraH(ar7
Page 7-B
yours,
t
uost important fashion
locally is that of the
srael Festival of Fash-
lieduled for Thursday,
[at the Fontainebleau ho-
fashion show also inaug-
lie opening of the Fon-
lu's new Grand Ball-
weeks ago, we were
ik preview of these fash-
the home of Mrs. Max
Is chairman of the Wora-

Jacques Mintzer models
Beer's "Tel Aviv," a
joise and white plaid
[dress and turquoise wool
with lining matching
dress, at reception at
of Mrs. Max Weitz.
en's Division for Israel Bonds,
Mrs. Weitz offered her home for
the exclusive showing.
Members of committees mod-
eled the designers' originals. One
which we think will be very well
received was an elegant hostess
gown with the letters of the He-
brew alphabet forming its un-
usual print The gown was the
conventional length in front, and
the back dipped to floor-length.
Knits are making their impact
felt in our American market.
They are available in both basic
and high fashion styles, all of
which hang exactly as they
should, and which do not lose
their shape with repeated wear-
ings.

HAIRMAN of the Festival of
** Fashions, Mrs. Paul Pollack,
was among the models. One of
the ensembles she wore featured
an incredibely soft French doe-
skin. The textures of these fab-
rics are something that, unfortu-
nately, the observer cannot fully
appreciate without actually feel-
ing them. They are soft to the
touch and retain their shape for
several seasons of wear.
There are also aress and jac-
ket ensembles in the collection
thai may be worn for many
months in different parts of the
world. Combinations of fabrics
are frequently used in these en-
sembles.
The cocktail dresses and gowns
will leave you breathless. Heavy
brocades, some of which were
woven especially for this occa-
sion, will never again be seen
because no more of the same
fabric has been made.

ALONG 'with the elegant and
usually understated look in
fashion comes news in jewelry.
To add interest, jewelry is gener-
ally oversized, with big "chunk"
pieces the important accessory
touch. Oversized bibs of crystals
and pearls are among the most
popular, with huge semi-precious
gems next in popularity.
The French Baroque touch is
given to many pearls with the
emphasis on the stones given to
opulence and fantasy shapes.
Jewelry is taking the place of
other types of accessories.
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"Membership leads to life membership." says Mrs. Homer S.
Rievman (right), president of the Miami chapter of Hadassah,
who is shown receiving a gavel stand from Mrs. D. Leonard
Cohen, national membership chairman, as an award to the
Miami chapter for attaining the greatest percentage of in-
crease in membership. The award was presented to Mrs.
Rievman at the national convention recently held in St Louis.
Hadassah Rallies
To JNF Support
Mrs. Joseph Shapiro Wednesday
announced that the 11 Hadassah
groups comprising the Miami
Beach chapter are now gearing
their forces "to help make the
Jewish National Fund annual ban-
quet the most outstanding function
ever sponsored by the local JNF
Council here."
Mrs. Shapiro, who is at present
serving her third term as president
of the Miami Beach chapter of Ha-
dassah, is a native of Philadelphia,
Pa. Settling in Pennsgrove, N.J.,
with her husband, where the cou-
ple were successfully engaged in
the furniture business for many
years, Mrs. Shapiro served as
president of the synagogue sister-
hood there for several terms.
The Shapiros came to Miami
Beach 11 years ago, and she was
subsequently elected president of
the Stephen Wise group of the Mi-
ami Beach chapter of Hadassah.
She also served with the Florida
region of Hadassah.
Mrs. Shapiro joined the Jewish
National Fund executive board
this year. Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
witz, president of the Jewish Na-
tional Fund Council of Greater Mi-
ami, and Sol Goldman, chairman
of the Council's executive board,
Wednesday lauded Mrs. Shapiro
"for her tireless efforts on behalf
of the JNF," which is also one of
the important projects of the Ha-
dassah women's organization.
The Greater Miami Jewish Na-
tional Fund Council will hold its
annual banquet meeting Nov. 19
at the Fontainebleau hotel.
Hadassah Will
See Jewel Show
Miami chapter of Hadassah will
sec a precious jewel show Tues-
,. lO.ajJL, at. U10 home of Mrs.
Louis E. Goldman, 6501 Granada
blvd., Coral Gables.
Jewels will be modeled by Mrs.
Richard Fink, Mrs. Bernard Kra-
marsky, and Mrs. Mortimer Feld-
man, members of the chapter.
Jordan Marsh is coordinating the
fhow, which will include the pres-
entation of an unusual pearl and
diamond pendant with matched
earrings and brooch.
Guest speaker will be Moshe
Leshem, Consul of Israel for the
Southeastern United States. Gold
pins will be presented to life
members by Mrs. Irwin Liss,
founder-president of the Miami
chapter.
Mrs. Philip Schiff is chairman,
with Mrs. George A. Simon as co-
chairman. Decorations are by
Mrs. Frank A. Rose.
It is expected that 50 new life
members will join the present
corps of 83. Money from the $100
dues is reserved for a medical en-
dowment fund. Mrs. Homer S.
Rievman, chapter president, said
that there are some 2,500 life
memberships in the United States
today.
Civil Defense Program
Sisterhood of Temple Judea will
hold its monthly business meeting
Wednesday, 10:30 a.m., in the
Temple. Civil Defense program
will include a bomb shelter on dis-
play, a film narrated by Richard
Boone, and a talk by Dr. Bernard
Yesner.
Rabbi to Review Book
Mrs. George Balber, program
chairman, announces that Rabbi
Morris A. Skop will review Her-
man Wouk's "This is My God" at
a paid-up membership luncheon of
Temple Judea Sisterhood at the
Temple on Tuesday.
Water Ballet featured
South Miami chapter of Wom-
en's American ORT met Tuesday
morning at the Moongate model
home, 7405 SW 135th st. Program
included a water ballet by Bar-
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The bride-to-be is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Patronage,
of 590 SE 5th st., Hialeah. She is
a graduate of Miami Senior High
and attended University of Flor-
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Mr. Unikel is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Unikel, of Chicago. He
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UM Symphony Series Nearing
Mrs. Marie Volpe. business man-
ager of the University of Miam.
Symphony Orche>t.-a. announce.!
Wednesday tl:at only a few days
remain fcr Dado countians and
South Pktndians to purchase their
seasonal symphros* Uk< t*.
sonal subscription sales end Oct
25.
The nine pair of winter sym-
phony season concerts opens Oct.
25 at Miami Beach Auditorium and
a repeat concert Oct. 26 at Dade
County Auditorium.
Seasonal symphony ticket
talcs art already far ahead of
subscriptions at the same time
last year, althovjh sood seats
still remain on sale.
Mrs
yance
Volpe pointed out that ad-
save one-third of the cost of tickets
if purchased singly for each con-
cert Also, she MM that seasonal
purchasers may be assured of the
same seats for each concert
All concerts will be under the
baton of world-renowned -Fabien
Se\ it iky. new conductor of the l"ni-
ver>:ty of Miami Symphony Or-
che^ra. now in its 33rd season.
In the meantime it as announc
ed that seasonal symphony sub-
scribers and member* of the
Svmrhony Club of the In:.
of Miami have been invited to
meet Sevitzky and his bnde at a
tea dance at the Rooey Plaza ho-
tel on Sunday from 4 to 7 p.m.
Hittlemon to be Speaker
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B-THRIFT1
MOX
Pallot Chairs BB
Member Cabinet
First meeting of the newly-
formed Bnai Bnth Dade county
membership cabinet was held
here last week
Judge Muton A. Friedman. Dis-
trict 5 fir*t vice president an-1
chairman of the district member-
ship cabinet, announced the ap-
pointment of E Albert Pallot a-
Da.de county chairman.
In addition to this new respon
sibihty. Pallot is a past
president, and currently M the na-
tional commissioner for the veter-
ans program of B'nai B'nth.
,ain purpose of the Dade
county membership cabinet will be
to coordinate the plans and mem-
bership activities of all the indi-
vidual lodges so as to insure the
success of the current member-
ship dri\e. which seeks TOO new
members between now and Dec 1
The cabinet is composed of the
presidents and membership chair-
men of all lodges in Dade county.
S-ate president Jerome Greene
and Sfuth Florida Council presi-
dent Charles Seiavitch are ex- "
offaio membt
Brandeis Club
Names Chairmen
Dr Stanley Frehi.nc. pri
b of
lre;ter M:ami. has announced the
app- :i;:tee chair-.
the club's ac-1
I r the r it.
Albert I Jacobs ;:i serve a-
rman of the public relations
committee. Others appointed are
Jack Leonard, associate metnber-
shp: Ernest Janis. life member-
Mortimer E Wien. scbolar-
*-hip: and Sidney M. Schwartz,
program.
Heading the special events com-
M will be Harold Turk, for-
mer Miami Beach mayor and first
vice president of the club.
The appointments were made at
the club s first meeting since its
formation last April.
Educators Will
Mark Sukkoth
Hebrew Educators Alliance will
celebrate Sukkoth on Wednesday
-t. The party will honor the
following teachers who spent the
summer in Israel:
Harry Brooks. Mosbe Griever.
Nettie Goldstein. Paul Kwitnev.
and Shoshanah Spector.
Mam -peeker will be Rabbi Sam-
uel Lerer. of Temple Beth Sholem,
Hollywood Rabbi Lerer also re-
cently returned from Israel
The meeting will be held at Beth
Israel Synagogue.
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>ber 16. 1959
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SttVt
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)ar
fobert Sha>ldon
ivah of Robert, son of
Irs. Irving Sheldon, 1914
dr., will take place dur-
jay morning services,
[of North Shore Jewish
labbi Mayer Abramo-
Dfficiate. Robert attends
Junior High, and is a stu-
graduating class of the
Dre religious school.

Lester Friedman
[Leon Kronish will, offi-
be Bar Mitzvah of Lester
Friedman Saturday, Oct.
brople Beth Sholom.
[is the son of Mrs. Artie
2301 Alton rd., and the
[Friedman. He is a stu-
he Beth Sholom confirma-
of 5721.

Steve Kleinmen
Cleinman will.become Bar
during Saturday morn*
ices, Oct. 17, of Kneseth
ftngregation. Rabbi David-
will officiate. Steve is
of Mr. and Mrs. George
Reception in his honor
beld Saturday, 7 p.m., at
Roc hotel.

Benjamin Stone
Emanu-El will be the
tie Bar Mitzvah of Benja-
ae on the second day of
Sunday, Oct. 18. Rabbi
chrman will officiate.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
I Benjamin attends eighth
It Palmetto Junior High in
|mi, and is a student in the
school of Temple Emanu-
El. He is one of four brothers,
I wo of whom were also Bar Mitz-
vah there.
His father is a member of the
Temple's board of directors, and
Mrs. Stone is on the Sisterhood
board.
Reception for family and friends
will be held Sunday afternoon at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stone.

Christine Alter
Christine Stephanie Alter will
beoome Bas Mitzvah during Satur-
day morning services, Oct. 17, of
Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon
Kronish, will officiate.
Stephanie is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Alter, 9421 E.
Broadview dr. She is a member
of the Beth Sholom confirmation
class of 5721.
Zionists Plan
Installation Fete
Recently-elected officers and
board of the Miami Beach District
of the Zionist Organization of
America will be installed at a din-
ner dance Sunday evening, Nov. 8,
at the Hibiscus Masonic Lodge, ac-
cording to Albert E. Ossip, pres-
ident.
Herman Weintraub has been ap-
pointed chairman of the installa-
tion affair. Weintraub is a past
vice president of the Bronx region
of the ZOA, past treasurer of the
Bronx Zionist Youth Commission
and of the Greater New York
Jewish National Fund Council,
and a past vice chairman of the
Zionist Emergency Council.
Currently, he is president of
Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute,
a member of the National Execu-
tive Council of the ZOA, and office
manager and financial secretary
of the Miami Beach Zionist Dis-
trict.
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of Dror Galezer as manager for
the Americas was announced last
week by El Al Israel Airlines.
Galezer succeeds Y. L. Koppel,
who for the last several years has
held El Al's top post in the U.S.
Koppel has been reassigned to
become a special assistant to the
managing director of El Al at the
company's head offices in Israel.
Galezer is no newcomer to the
United States. He has spent sev-
eral years in the company's New
York offices, first as representa-
tive of the Ministry of Transport
and Communications, and later as
El Al's manager of finance and
administration. In 1956, he was
appointed to the post of deputy
managing director in Israel.
Galezer was born and educated
in Jerusalem, and had his first con-
tact with aviation as executive as-
sistant to the late David Remez,
first Minister of Transport of the
State of Israel, and the man who
was responsible for the creation of
a national airline for Israel.
During the country's War of In-
dependence, he served as an offi-
cer in Israel's Army. He is mar-
ried, and the father of two chil-
dren, aged 12 and 8.
Hillel Concert
Series to Open
Dr. Donald D. Michelson, direc-
tor of the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foun-
dation at the University of Miami,
has announced a series of eight
musical events open to students
and faculty of the university and
free to the public.
The events will be presented by
the music director of Hillel House,
Robert Strassburg, who recently
returned from a tour of Colombia,
where he was the first American
conductor to direct the Orquesta
Sinfonica de Colombia in a series
of three orchestral concerts, as
well to lead the orchestra in its
first nationwide television concert.
The series will consist of four
illustrated lectures and four con-
certs, and will start on Sunday
evening at 8:15 p.m. The series in-
cludes:
Oct. 18, lecture, "The Power of
Music in Jewish Life;" Nov. 22,
concert, Hillel Sinfonietta; Dec.
13, lecture, "From Mendelssohn to
SchoenbergA Century of Emanu-
cipation;" Jan. 10, lecture, "Mu-
sic of Israel Today: Lavry, Ben
Chayim, Weiner, Sternberg."
Feb. 21, concert, Hillel Sinfoni-
etta; Mar. 13, concert, Hillel Sin-
fonietta; Apr. 3, lecture, "The
American Scene: Copland, Foss,
Bernstein, Strassburg, Helfman,
Freed, Bloch. Binder;" and May
17, concert, Hillel Sinfonietta.
The Hillel Sinfonietta consists
of young musicians at the Univer-
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Friday,
Pearly Gait
by Hal Pearl j
I
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NAMES MAKE NEWS: Bald) -<>. the B
exec, and -.
.uni while debating which of the two wie r hl>
"M .
Arthur S ho Florid
Lea la-wide du
Pnsdlla
rtoa Petrj found lime. and l>raunj h<- -
HI UMtoenan Mehbe the can hard-wo:-
Anhur.
Florida state director of the National Con'e'ence of Christian*
and Jews. Mm Kart. ard the assistant East Coast director of NCCJ,
Dr. Cordon Lovejoy getting together here while on a field trip. The
latter is now on the staff of Guilford College. NO, after heading the
Department of Human Relations at the University of Miami.
Jean Sir.iier typifies the extra busy woman executive, what with
mnnins her popular private school and M post of area director
for world Book.
Former hotel social director Sally Eller is now an B'nth Girls Hainan, as busy as he is with his waah-
Itill find> time to act as advisor to a B'nai
B'rita youth group.
Al Pallot and Judge Milton Friedman working overtime to help
put over the Greater Miami B'nai B'nth membership drive now under
way. Aad vasal Uut a nifty pair of cufflinks (blue gemi that Mr P
. a recent BB executive meeting* Now getting into huh
_>-: ;> a new "glamoruation plan" for B'nai B'nth. Surely, this worthy
UTilliT'" is deserving of many more members and wider recognition
rea.
William. Manny and Aaron Farr celebrating their travel agency's
32nd >ear ir. b> ope r. in? a swank suite of offices in the ground
r of the Mercantile National Bank bldg on Lincoln rd.
Marty Camhurw, former chef at Wolfie s and Pumpemik's. is
now in business for himself, having recently opened an eatery, the
Bamboo Room, in Havana, which is legated on the Matecon. Marty's
mother, Ann Gambur*. is a realty staffer with the J. A. Cantor firm.
Dr Ephraim Lahav. scientific attache for Israel in Washington,
recently attended the Bar Mitrvah' of his nephew. Stanley Bernstein.
soo of Mr and Mrs Ernest J. Bernstein, at the Saxony.
The interest shown by localites in the forthcoming French-Israel
Ft- mm at the Fontainebleau on Oct 22 is. in no small
measure, due to the dynamic work of Mrs Paul Pollak. chairman of
the 1 be the "topper" of the fall social season.
Ray Batata wka has been doing a bang-up job as executive sec-
retary of the Washington Avenue Assn. recently received a card from
a member of the group. Horns Broad, vice prexy of American Savings
a.-.d Loan, who ec>>.r.g autumn in London.
Stanley \ Bookbinder, vice prexy of Mercantile National Bank.
neglected his golf the past few weeks, so busy is he reserving hotel
Mr the more than 8.000 members who are expected here Oct 24
d the America Bankers Assn. convention Mr B is chair
man of the committee for hotel accommodations. Believe you 'me. this
convention is aagartj aa::ed by Beach businessmen in general That
group has experienced a real parched period since mid-August.
Samuel Genaer and Max Oroviu have plenty of reasons to feel
proud-of the new Ml Sinai Hospital The planners haves': missed a
- :> way of innovation in all phases of operation both surgical and
*** itaMBI MMMMMBt BMHB1 Hal MWM tafe I Ml .-.:-
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* *
BOTH SIDES O* THE BAY. Billy Barnes Berne at the Fontaine-
"- La Roode abounds with many anginal and sprightly mihi i aj-
theugh the eaght youthfal members of the east ate not proanineaUT
known, they are loaded with talent. Two. in parueular Gail Allen and
Jack Jnaes. the ofisprmg of former screen star Irene Hervej aad Allan
Jones, are sure to go places on
Budget Group Names Membjj
A number of prominent localiter Feltman
welfare leaders were Wednesday j Ciller. Sol GoM.7*
named to the budget committee of Aaron \i Kan*?1
the Greater Miami Jewish Feder Lloyd I:^n
ation.
Reelected to the comTirittee
were Mrs. Dorothy Fink. A. J.
Harris. Mrs. Solomon Kann. Oscar
and Mr
M'too s^5\
R"11-'" cmmi-
" K.,;,laD -
Leon
bers
t.Mamber. Mrs.. Samuel Sakrais..^'^ ("e
U Shochet and William Sussman. l UeWl
New ly-elected members include Man m ;;
Ray Bernn. Clemen Ehrlich. Wai- Simonhoff.
Bert Sher is program chair-
man of Beth David Mer. s
Club first semi-annual Shab-
bat Retreat scheduled Nov.
6 to 8 at the Diplomat Hotel
and Country Club. The Re-
treat is a new addition to the
cn-ganixation's many activ-
ities, which will feature sem-
inars on Jewish subjects, as
well as social and sporting
events such as shuifleboard.
ping pong, and swimming.
free Movies ft Children
Temple B'nai Sholom Men's
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lober 16. 1959
*Jewlstirk>ridlten
Citizens
Officers
Lcvis was elected
fcrf the North County
ens Friendship Club at
Bting last week at the
(ity YMHA, 14036 NE
ked were Mrs. A. Crum-
jrer; Mrs. R. Rothman
I. Madison, refreshment
(Mrs. R. Gompel,
lairman: and Mrs. A.
[entertainment chair-
women, 55 years of
r, are invited to join the
lens Friendship Club of
Mrs. Fred Browne is
[of the senior citizens
meets every Tuesday
8 p.m. at the North
IHA Branch.
Official Will
weaker Here
[O. Wilcox. U.S. Assis-
tary of State for inter-
fganization affairs, will
speaker at the Miami
|lc Orchestra's first con-
season Sunday evening
nicipal auditorium,
bcert will open United
ek, and will devote the
celebration of the 14th
of the world peace or-
pirector and conductor is
Jreeskin. Miami Beach
the American Assn. for
Nations, headed by *B.
rell, and Judge Harold
UN Day chairman, will
[the program, which fea-
Ithov'en's Symphony No. 3
id Critic
at 94
*CE, Italy-(JTA)Ber-
enson, scholar, philoso-
one of the world's lead-
ritics, died at his estate
le this week at the age of
fas considered the world's
authority on the art of
in Renaissance.
i n Luthania, Berenson
[the United States at the
He graduated from Har-
"8~, and left immediately
for Europe, where he
t of his life,
lil led his 40-room villa,
Ito Harvard University for
f center for American schol-
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LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
Members of the New Orleans (La.) Senior Citizens Club visit
Greater Miami's Jewish Home for the Aged. Mrs. Sadie Slzeler
(left) and Mrs. Pauline Fisher examine activities at the Home's'
handicraft room. The women were part of a 12-member group
representing the New Orleans Jewish Federation. David
Jacobs (seated) is shown with stuffed poodle dogs, ash trays,
ceramic dishes and a jewel case, all produced by residents
of the Miami Home.
Demos Appoint Precinct Chiefs
At a committee meeting of the
Greater Miami Beach group of the
Dade County Democratic execu-
tive committee, chairman Mrs. So-
phia Englander presided over the
presentation of cards of appoint-
ment to the following Democratic
precinct captains for the Greater
Miami Beach area:
Pet. 24Eugene J. Beck and
Mrs. Irene Warren; Pet. 25AAl-
bert Winer and Mrs. Lillian Cohn;
Pet. 25BDave Forman and Mrs.
Sue Berkowitz; Pet. 25CMitch
Potter and Mrs. Sophie Gold; Pet.
26Nelan Sweet and Mrs. Edith
Gelber.
Pet. 27Harry Strull and Mrs.
Celia Unger; Pet. 28Martin
Greenbaum and Mrs. Helen Le-
vine; Pet. 29George Sanders and
Mrs. Shirley Kovacs; Pet. 30
Burt Tumpson and Mrs. Evelyn
Bloch; Pet. 31Dave Hubsch and
Mis. Pauline Thurston; Pet. 32
Joe Csldbetter and Mrs. Gertrude
Fromen.
ll Hi- came from Rochenter NY.,
and wan a manufacturing jeweler. He
In nurvlved by his wii.. Sylvia; son.
Sheldori; and daughter, lira Berne
Ankus. He also leaves three brother's
ami a sister. Seivl.es were Oct. 14 at
Gordon Funeral Home.
MRS. ROSE SIDROW
44. of 330 86th st., died Oct. 10. She
came here einht yearn ago from New
York. Surviving are her husband.
Sidney: son. Michael; and daughter.
Ilarbara Carol. She also leaves three
brothers and her father. Morris El-
sier. Services were Oct. 13 at River-
side Memorial Chanel. Normandy Isle.
with burial In Mt. Sinai Cemetery.
BENCION WANKOFF
S3, of 2466 S\V 3rd St., died (let. 9. A
well-known trombonist, he came here
11 yean ago from New York, where
he "as first uomhon- with the Met-
ropolitan Opera invhestra for 27
years. Surviving are his wife. Minnie;
son, Edward: daughter. Mm. .lean
Mcrrall: three brothers, one grand
child, and a great-grandchild. Serv-
ices were Sunday at lior.lon Funeral
Home, with burial in Ml. Slnat Ceme-
tery.
MRS. ADELE E. ASCHER
:>9, of 7300 Trouvllle Esplann 'a. Nor-
man, ly Iale, died Oct. 9. She came
here six years ago f...m Ch.cago, m.
Surviving are her husband. Capel,
and a Hater. Mr- Rose Friedman
at "en- Oct. 1! et Riverside
Memorial Capet Normandy hue, with
burial in Lakeside Mem.nil lark.
LOUIS TEICHNER
76, of IdSS Abbott ave.. died Oct. 8.
He came' here 12 year* a-so from
Cambridge. Mass an I was a retired
restaurant owner, surviving arc hie
wife, Ethel: two sons. Bob and War-
ren: a daughter, Mrs. Hose Barrett;
two brothers and four sisters, serv-
ices were in Brookllii.-, Mat*., with
Itlverslde Memorial Chapels In charge
of local arrangements.
MRS FRIEDA AFFRON
M, of'SOOO Country Club I'rado. Coral
liable-, died Oct. 7. She came here
11 years ago from Newburgh, N.Y..
and was a member -if the American
Jewish Congress and National Chil-
dren's Cardiac Hospital. Surviving
are her husband, Myron: Wo bro-
thers, including A. L. Tlnhman. Ml
ami; and two sisters. Services were
Oct. 9 at Riverside Memor.al chapel.
W. Flagler st., with burial In Mt.
Nebo Cemetery.
SAMUEL ALPER
S3, of 641 Meridian ave died Oct. 7.
He came here 20 years ago from New
York City, and was the owner of sev-
eral apartment houses on Miami
Surviving -ire two sons. Dr.
Richard G. and Clifford: a dm.
Miss Gloria; and two sisters swrv-
a-r* Ocl at Riverside Me-
morial Chapel. Washington a v.- with
burial In Ml. Nebo Cemetery.
HARRY BECK
70. of 421 77th st., died Oct. 8. He
came to Miami seven years ago from
\,-w rork. and was a retired predll
manager and a veteran of VNorld War
i lie If survived by his wife, i:
three brothers an I two si
Ices and burial were In New fl I -
with local arrangements by Itlverslde
Memorial Chapel. Normandy Isle.
MRS. JENNIE KLEIMAN
5, of 1186 N\V I2nd St., died Oct. 8.
S*he came here 12 years ago from
Rochester, NY. Surviving are her
husband. Manuel: two daughters. In-
dueling Mrs. Rita 1-ogel. Ml.ml: a
son and five sisters, including Mrs.
Gertrude Rrotsky and M-s. Betty
Demers, Miami Beach. Services were
Oct. 9 at Gordon Funeral Home, with
burial in Mt. Sinai Cemetery.
MRS. ESTHER COHEN
61. of 7.'.7 ISrd St., .11.-d Oct. 6. She
came here /six years ago from New
York. Surviving are a daughter, Ms
Harriett Volpe, and a son. Services
were Oct. 8.
MRS. SOPHIE KANN
63. of 111 NW 76th st.. died Oct. 6.
She en me here nine years ago from
New York, and Is survived by her
husband, Sidney, s-rvio- were o.-t.
8 at Gordon Funeral Home, with
burial In Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
HARRY TITLEBAUM
70. of ISM S\V 72nd ave.. died Oct. 7.
He came here in 1954 front Mt Ver-
non, N.Y.. and was formerly chief
.,f police of Bronxvllle, N.v Re ; is
a Mason and veteran of World War
1. Surviving are his wife. Sophie: a
son. Jerome: daughter, Mrs. Dorothy
Frank: four brothers, including Jos-
eph Tltlebauni. Miami: two sisters,
Including Mrs. Klla Bernard, Miami:
and four grandchildren Bervlcei
were Oct. S at Cordon Funeral Home.
with burial in Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
RUDOLPH SCHER
6R, of 2114 Flamingo pi., died Oct. 3.
He came bare 15 rears ago from Chi-
cago, and opera!..I a sundry shop In
the Raleigh hotel. Surviving are his
rife, Bally, brother and three sls-
-.1- Services were Oct. 7 at Newman
Lj-'uneral Home under the direction of
";,,r,i.,n Funeral Home, with burial In
Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
IRVING SADKIN
riS, former Miami resident and house-
builder, died Oct. 5 In New York. He
is survived by his wife, da: sister,
Sallv; brother, Paul, and son. Her-
bert. Miami Reach. Services were
Oct. 7 In Great Neck, NY
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS- NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKHK1IY GIVEM that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
OEM PLUMBING at 318 N.W. 170 St..
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, l-'lorlda.
GEORGE M.ORACKEN.
Sole Owner.
10>16-23-J<>. 11/6
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business unuer the fictitious name of
t-IIAKM MODELING SCHOOL AND
AGENCY at 277 Miracle Mile; Coral
Florida Intends to register
Mia with the Clerk ol the Clr-
, nit Court of Dade County, Florida.
OAYLE CARSON
u F.I.I.IS.'II. DOUGHERTY & ZAIAC
Attorneys for Gayle Carson
10/16-23-30. 11/6
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HER1 BY >;l\ EN thai
the underslj i --age In
h under tin fictitious nai
PL \c BRAND; I LAO PRODUCTS
u P.O. Box :;:-:.". Ml I
to reel :ii thi Clerk
of ibe Circuit Court of hale County,
T-1.. i i
KEGAR-CARIBE OF FLORIDA,
INC., Fin. Corp.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney f< mt
1111 -\-1n- Bldg.
10/16-2W. 11 'fi
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADF COUNTY. FLORIDA IN
CHANCERY No. 5iC 97.7
Vic Tin; B. I-AINK,
Plaintiff,
SYLVIA I. PAINE,
l i.-r.-n lent.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: SYLVIA I.. 1 AINE
r-2-.r. \ 71sl Cr. scent
Flushing; B, N j
Yi.r ARE HEREBY notified to file
your Answer or otherwise plead to
the Complaint for Divorce filed here-
in with the Clerk of the above Court,
mi serve a copj thereof upon Plain-
tiff's attorney, SHELDON N. IJEL-
CHUK, Ml duPont Building, Miami,
Plorlda, on or lefore the liuli day of
November, ItW, or a Decree Pro Cn-
fesso will be eni.,.! auainsf you.
i: i: i.k \'I'iii:i;m \.\
Clerk. Circuit Court
(seal) Hy: C. L. AI.FXAN'OF.K,
Depjlty ''lerk.
10/16-2S-3). 11/6
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERKUY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CHAMP'S AITO SALES at 3714 N.W.
2nd Avenue. Miami, Fia., Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
ANTHONY LOlACONo,
"''. interest
HELEN GAGI IANO.
""'-. interest
GOLDMAN & GOLDSTEIN
Attorneys for Reeintrant
2303 W, Flagler Street
Miami. Fla.
10/16-23-31. 11'6
NOT.CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTH'K IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the flew loua nan.....I
PONCE tii f COMPANY, (nol Inc.)
at 72" N.W. 21st Street. Miami, 11a.,
Intends to regi-ler said na lie with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
WILLIAM RUBINSTEIN,
s ile i twner
GOLDMAN ft OOLD8TBIN
Attorneys for Registrant
230.1 w. Flagler Street
Miami, Florida
10/16-21-3 1. II fi
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES" COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 47665-C
IN" RE: Estate of
BERNARD FLrASHNICK,
i leceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You, and each of you are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands wbfbh you, or
either of you. mav have against the
estate of BERNARD FLIA8HNICK
deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, t. the Honorable Cttunty Judges
of Dade County, and file the same in
their offices in the County Court-
house In Dade County. Florida, within
eight calendar months from the date
of the first publication hereof. Bald
claims or demands to contain the
legal address of the claimant and to
t>e sworn t. and presented as afore-
said, or name win !,.- barred Bee
Section 788.16 of the 1341 IT .bate Act.
Hat.- October t, A.D. IMS.
DORA il.l A.'H.VICK
I'llll If FLIASHNtCK
As ExrouU.rs of the Las' Will and
T.si.mi.ut of i:.-rn.u.l Fllashnick.
1 eased.
KOVNER ft M ANNHF.IMF.R
Attorne> s for Executors
|0 I6-1J-J'). ll'fi
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUT.ON
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
TO ALL To WHOM TriESR. PRES-
ENTS SHALL COME, GKKETLN IS:
Whereas, HAiili) H SMITH, MI-
AMI BEACH, Fl OR1DA: STANLEY
ANi ,f> HE VII.
IDA; BENNETT M. I.II- l'i:u. MIAMI
A .' .1 n the 111r
day Of A| I ll. A.D. 19 to b
nci irp. rated under t he pr
cii inter B08, i i es, PHIL-
M VR i F FLORIDA, INC., a corpor-
ation, wRh I liusl-
M1 I HI, i '!: COUNTY, in
.nl when as 'he
i
the iii day of i'.- ober, a.i>.
ti be filed In the offlc of
r< lary of the SI its
,.r Florl j authenticated reso-
led by the
he |,r,A isioii- of-1 ii Ch
8, i i... i stal showing the
dissolution of p'icit c rporatlon.
Now, therefore, the Be. itary of
State does hereby certify to the fore-
ind that in is satisfied thai
lulrements ,'f law have been
. omnlled Ith
IN WITNESS WHFREOF, I have
hereunto set my hap I and have
affixed the Oreal Bedl of the
state of Florida, at Ta'lahasseej
the Capital, this the FIFTH day
of OCTOBER, A D. I:""
.seal) R. A. C.RAY.
Secretary of state.
10/1H ".
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 59C 9274
ELINOR L. LUCEWICH,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JOSEPH LUCEWICH.
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
You. JOSEPH Ll'CEWICH. Corner
of Carlock Avenue and Rrace Avenue,
Perth Ambov. New Jersey, are re-
quired to file your answer to tne>
complaint of divorce wllh the clerk
of the above Court and serve a copy
thereof upon Herman Cohen, Attor-
ney 1305 Congress Bldg., Miami.
Florida, on or before November Z,
1959, or else complaint will be taken
as confessed. Dated September 29,
iq-.Q
E. R. LEATHEHMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(seal) By: JOAN SNEEDEN.
Deputv Clerk.
10/2-9-16-21
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRF.&-
ENTS SHALL COME, flRFETlNGS:
Whereas AARON ROSENBERfA
MIAMI. FLORIDA; IDA ROSEN-
BERG. MIAMI, FLORIDA; MORRIS
BARON, MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
did on the 9th day of November, A.D.
laffl, causa to be Incorporated under
the provisions of the genril Corp r-
atlon law of the Stale of Florida DE-
TROIT EFFICIENCIES. INC., a cor-
noratlon, with Its principal place of
business at MIAMI. DADE COUNTY.
In the Stnte of Florida, and whereas
the proper officers of sub co-pora-
tlon did on the 3rd day of o.-tober,
A IV I!'"!*, cause to be filed in the
office of the Secretary of State of the
State of Florida, a duly authenticated
resolution adopted hy the stockhold-
ers under th.- provisions of nsid Chap-
Flo! Ida Statutes, showing the
dtesolutl. n of nuch corporation
Now. therefore, the Seeretar'- of
State do.- hereby certify to the fore-
going and that he is satisfied that
qulrementl Of law have been
complied with. __
IN WTTNEFS WHEREOF. I have
hereunto set mv hand and hive
affixed the Great eM of the StAte
of Florida, at Tallahassee, the
Canltel. this the THIRD day of
OCTOBER. A.D IT,"
R. A. C,R\Y.
Bet rotary ol State
10 ",'"./59
NOT CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HERF.RY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to em
business under the fictitious name of
. "1 \ N OB \N"l >E Hi (TEJ .t loft -
37th Street. Miami Beach, Florida In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the circuit Court of Hade
County. Flhrlda.
IDEAL HOMES. INC
By: Rcnne Gittleman, President
MYERS, HEiMAN & KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
10/16-23-30, 11 'fi
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 59C 9627
OTTO ALBERT POHL,
Plaintiff.
vs.
HILDA POHL,
1 lefendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: HILDA POHL
(Residence unknown)
tou HILDA POHL are herebv no-
tified that a Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you, and you
are required to serve a copy of your
Answer or Pleading to the Complaint
on the plaintiffs Attorney. ALAN
SHERR, <1T Lincoln Road. Miami
Reach. Florida, and file the original
Answer or Pleading In the office of
the Clerk of the circuit Court on or
before the 16th day of November,
1959. If you fall to do so. Judgment
bv default will be taken against you
for the relief demanded in the Bill of
Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Mlwmt.
Florida, this Sth day of October, A.D.
E. B, I.EATIIF.KM \N. Clerk.
Circuit Court. D Ids I '0 in'.' '
(seal) H> : JOAN SNEEDEN,
Deputy Cl< I
lu 16-23-3J. 11/6
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY.
No. 50C 0085-N
FLORA D SUTWORTH,
a Free Dealer,
Plaintiff,
GU "'I v OUIN vRBS mci.'N and
\ Nil. NH i A ME1.IN, JR.. her.
ind.
Defendants
NOTICE OF SUIT BY
PUBLICATION
TO: GLORIA GCTNARDS MELIN.
and ANTONIO A. MELIN, JR..
her husband.
Defendants
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN ,.
YOU ARE HBREBY NOTIFTaV
that a Bill of Complaint for Forecloe-
ure has been filed aaatnet you bv the
Plaintiff In the above styled Court
and cause, for the purpose of fore-
closing the mortrage on the fo'lnw ng
described property, situate and being
in Dade County. Florida, and more
particularly described an follows^
lot 4, Block 57 FOURTH ADDmON
TO r\LM SPRINGS SUBDIVISION
SECTION E. as recorded in Plat
Rook -R7 at Page 73 of the PuMle
Records of Dade County. Flo-Ida,
a-k/a/ 12M5 N.W. H Avenue. Hla-
leah. Florida. ___
YOU ARE HERKPA required to
erve a copv of your Answer or o'ner
"'esding on ntalntifUn attorney. MIL-
TON A. FRIEDMAN. 1111 Alnsley
B'llldlng. Miami 32. Florida and file
the original Answer or Pleadlne In
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court In and for Dade County. Flor-
ida, on or before the 11th day of No-
vember. |SM, or Judgment will twi
taken against you for the reller de-
manded In the Bill of Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and the seal or
snld Court at Miami, Dade County.
11 .rids, this 2nd day of October, 195.
F H I EAT1DT.MAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Miami. Dade County. Florida
(seal) By: JOAN SNEEDEN,
ny Clerk
MI I.TON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for plaintiff
I'll lids:.
Miami 32, Fla FR l-:,66i
10/9-16-23-30


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UNDER THE STRICT AND CONSTANT SUPERVISION OF
THE ORTHODOX VAAD HAKASHRUTH OF FLORIDA
RABBI DR. ISAAC HIRSH EVER, DIRECTOR
Quantity
RigMs
R*irvec
OCT. 17-18 *m* TISHRI 15-16
A JOYOUS HOLIDAY TO ALL!
IN HONOR OF SUCCOTH, WE: WILL BE CLOSED
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 18
SPECIALS GOOD MONDAY THRU FRIDAY
BABY
RIB
GENUINE SPRING LAMB
LAMlTCHOPS
LB.
Shoulder Lamb Chops ... 79
NECKS OR
SHANKS.....LB.
23c
LAMB
BREAST .....LB.
is
RIB VEAL CHOPS
BREAST OF VEAL
FRESH
KOSHER
MADE
LB.
LB.
69i
43c
GROUND CHUCK L. 69
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THREE CONVENIENT FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS
163rd ST. SHOPPING CTR. M. ST .* *.------ "" J\. -.1
NO. MIAMI BEACH
19th ST. at ALTON RD
MIAMI BEACH
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r, October 16. 1959 +Jewlst norScttan Page 5-A a M a g n ific e nt tribute to the memory of departed loved ones %  •* • <•* ,--i. M ....-• ^ •••-•: WHAT IS TIE METHOD OF BURIAL IN THE COMMMTY MAISKEIM? Each chamber, or crypt, has fresh air circulating through it, always. This makes possible the most favorable conditions for the continued safe-keeping of your loved ones. No other form of burial offers more complete protection than that available in Mount Nebo's beautiful Community Mausoleum. WHY MM .MINI IWUL? Above-ground burial fulfills a heartfelt want, the peace of mind that comes from knowing that your departed loved ones rest securely in the permanent protection of beautiful chambers, ABOVE the earth. From the Bible and from history—from the Cave of Machpelah—to our modern mausoleums — we see that above-ground entombment affords the highest tribute we can pay to those whose memory we wish to honor. WIEIE WILL IT IE LOCATES? The Community Mausoleum will be located in a Urge, beautifully landscaped area (Section 9), of Mount Nebo Cemetery. Mount Nebo Cemetery is in the heart of M iami for convenience and accessibility from every direction by car or bus. Miami's oldest and most beautiful, Mount Nebo is recognized as one of the country's leading, exclusively Jewish cemeteries. I0W LARGE WILL IT IE? When completed, Mount Nebo's Community Mausoleum will contain 624 Crypts, 4 Family Rooms and a Columbarium. The first unit of the Mausoleum contains 144 Crypts and Family Room. It will be finished in units and those who make selections now will benefit in both price and choice of location. WHAT If THE SPACE IS NEEDED BEFME TIE MAHSOLEIN (S FULLY NMPIETEIT Temporary above-ground burial "pace is available now if the need for it should arise before the entire Mausoleum is completed. In any case, now is the time to reserve your apartments in the Community Mausoleum, so that you will not be raced with the effort and expense of burial arrangements at a time when you are less able to cope with them. Your inquiries are most welcome and will be answered promptly. NOW. above-ground burials are available at the beautiful new architect's sketch of typical Family Room. COMMUNITY MAUSOLEUM This may surprise you. If you can afford conventional earth burial for your departed loved ones, you can NOW afford fo honor them with above-ground burial, in the protection of airy, ventilated chambers, within the most magnificent of all mausoleums. This is now possible, at the average cost of earth burial ... if you act promptly to become one of the privileged owners of the preferred burial apartments in Mount Nebo's new Community Mausoleum. HOW is this possible? How can entombment in a majestic marble mausoleum, usually associated with the wealthy and famous, now be brought within the reach of virtually every Jewish family? Consider the earth burial costs that do not exist in above-ground burial. You save the costs of a cemetery lot, preparation of graves, vaults, monuments and care of the burial lot. YOU HAVE ONLY ONE COST ... His cast sf above-ground apartments is the Commonity Mousoleum. Ana! yes may •sread year payments ever 3 years sr if yea prefer a 5-year payment plan. Aei wisely, act new ... far the best locations ana lowest price*. After the building is finished, pricss will be at least 25% Mailer than the present pre-completion prices sf each unit. Only early purchasers will receive the maximum savin*. Architect's sketch oi first unit of the Mausoleum contains. M4 Crypts and Family Room. Act Today Mail the Coupon below, or phone MO 17693 Family Crypts are a Definite Part of the Jewish Tradition The Talmud is replete with descriptions of Kuehin (Crypts). Even dimensiona for family rooms were given in cubits, to contain the number required for various family needs. They were small rooms without windows, hewn out of the rock, or in the walls of caves. The surrounding area was beautifully landscaped, and won for the Jewish cemeteries the admiration of the Romans, who spoke of them as "hortus Juadaeorum" (Garden of *he Jews). So MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY attractive were they, that in earlier days, it was reported to King.Nebuchadnezzar of Babylonia, "The burial grounds in Jerusalem are fairer than Royal Palaces." The family plot in the cemetery, the family section or private room in the mausoleum, are tangible aspects of the belief in "Hosh'oros Hanefesh," in thesurvival of the soul, and the permanence of the family as an entity. MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY 5506 N. W. 3rd Street, Miami, Florida Please send me, without obligation, further details on your Community Mausoleum. NAME. (pleasa print) STREET. CITY _ZONE STATEMiami's most beautiful exclusively Jewish Cemetery



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Page 10-A +Jelsiifkr/dr**r Friday, October 16 0IA sum ma onoM-n %  nca %  woo a a N *| 6£ u U a szEl K |'t! 22 A* oe 61 81 11 91 1 *i n Cl N M v 6 n T II 1 5 D V 9 s 5 9 J M H, NAME ADDRESS CITY PHONE STATE COIN WORD PUZZLE NO. 15 WORTH $240 If there are no correct •olutiont to the previous week's puzzle Otherwise prize retusns to beginning $100 Jackpot. If you wish to subscribe to T%w Jewish Floridian check the square and your paper will start immediately. Subscnntion price is£ *5 per year, %¡ $10 for 3 years Regular subaeribera *re eligiole for large' prizes. See ruiee. KADLIKE THIS WEEK SUNDAY MIDNIGHT, OCT. IS Cut along the dotted *oe. paite on a Voent pottcard anal mail to COINWORD Editor, The Jewish Fter.dian, P.O. Boo W73. Miami 1, Fla. cms ACROSS 1—When l!om is n %  'r -KUe jzirl is f..sctnated by the %  achir* 5—A heartbroken one in the next roo'.:i gives Moahex a steeple v Night. 7—Ku* salespersons are usually BUT., since strength HI needed k> iy a carpet. 8—It's maddening whea you can"! g*v the • % %  sa.ui.te *i aronrni the r it—A plane piimifnr who IR his seal brines Wie steward11—Symbol lor bismuth. IS—One who has oft an taken the cruise is bored by a trip thTOU h the Panama locks. 14—If one's upbringing is too sheltered, .-onie of life is misting. 16—Nimbti 18—Negative pscfix. 20—Contradict. t3 -Obtained. 23—It would spoil a poker game if a player il reluctant to pirt up mom*) 25-Nearby, -b—Since. 29—Short swim. 30—A naive girl on her first date may take such words too seriou>:\ CLUES DOWN 1—The of Dad's souvenir sword is *>o much for a little boy to handle 2—An exploding package fiat injures postal workers sets off a search for the man responsible for the 3— It's Datura] that a new Presi dent shem comic when he looking far a cuff link that's rolled under the bed. 5—A child may run away if Mom's remarks cut too deeplv. 6—Satisfactory: Colloq. 9—If a poor R i r | marries a millionaire, her family is delighted hy her 11—A black sheep's comment. 13— Military assistants 15—In an electrified kitchen, it's bad if the current fails when you're trying to something. 17—Printer's measure. 19—A cheerful one heartens the convalescent in a hospital. 21—Late at Bight, a long one is likely to make other people sleepv. 24—Faucet. 27—Jumbled type. 2ft— Paid notice. EXPLANATION TO PUZlU NO. 13 (No eKDlanation, ana fliven for wordt 1 hi"n 9 no pon.bl. alternate.!.) EXPLANATIONS ACROSS •__UNWITTING remark* can a/aoud uarrj ii..i.u.it.-i.tly. IOMI brinea P • %  "•"-'. ""' tab. '" '. ,..„.,; Ifeal la hatM tMtaa*^chlnd them ; w hatl the) WORM thaa II" then bridal ph tun % %  makaa fai n wive, noatahtle, with a -.•'<" %  "•;""' ,.,n,.n of th.past, in.nral Impart "t l> %  f "" coma frow aee ns boa illm hey \\ ERE in that drew that thi • %  not set mi.' BOW Ihreaa atM I* aomeho tlicrlterloa t iii. h • Ihvli tit un ,-..„-. rvatUe ; an I If PINK i* th. n..t want their da i* 1 with a •. •. want ih.lr dauahtei PVNK, fflumiea REKS In l:k,: to be f .1! ol Ihe TRKES when tier • %  Imali may lurk. read> t<> where %  tha "OOL Evel nlns Job, < %  %  %  I Ml|. I'-Ut Ill.Ml man) p Ian-button little TOIL la naeaaaary 'or a tood Job. rht ba%  awarUy 3 • kl.k an I the in. he a clrl—n..t apt to K" a FIST • i_A L-iri i' ireaaroad %  PR1 N • %  i alanelly. atupld or ailly. Thousrh a %  %  weal and tS—RACKB1 • liful drl' • T.-tKlnc a car in n %  .n'.ethina; a ••It \. 'K El i :*— Tb. CM mine th,rli ~~ 11 %  H • nt as a %  •iin to I hal he alnce this In Peahr for RATtNO what :.. EXPLANATIONS DOWN v heal ln a BWErTT not. blrd'a *"n |Maa enjovm. | \ rWKHT would br a chirp, a short, aharp wM h would he laaa plramnt to the ear. better here. atn. Ir la a warning to i if course a stray rat won't arrai.-h un!ese (be .1 MTTI.KS nr th.child la t „,|,||,. a atray eat. which might not like It. and would scratch t M a i doctor* would IXFBCT t'lelr nera wttl :nhurr in <-X|>er1ment S th.-e. • would IVtr.'T uch iwnm with a needle, bat ,.th.-r meth.-ls atirh a expoaure to dlaea might IK> nv l^t. would be -uggeet,,| bv a TII'STKR In an Kngli-h pub near a race traek A T.\ISTKR is the attendant who draws beer ale •m a TM' In an EnctM he d auj-ely have ideaa about the '/ %  Zy'l, Hr wWuVJ a Tll 1 -•There was n., m'H'h -rtoee danger of attack from KNAVFg In med evai itau than t'-r,la nv i*rka. although we call them h.exlluma or thugs n.w them earry KNIVi> i.at ^i throttling aomeone i-. m betb an wiual menace. 11—A Wt'I.K outside v„ gr nlaht when you're cam-., la pretty frlfht.nin t iXS afraid of the big | JS" \VN)P la a auppi i „, rk Ins a doa. rather than %  .-,M ?XZ IS— Its bad If so, ^.-H? toe because t. "Tt'STn i Hpawt •'! left lying on the gi., U ii.|. It u J! through striking his (. agaiSj^t aharp point that. In thin CMIIM. 7 ST AIIS It. "• %  > '.'2—A man worries aho it lowing; PAC| | if an executiv.. i, prnr^1 much for him. Loalim I co-workers, he s ,n... i,, keep %  with their achievem. •.;. hit th. [J damage la to his • -;lre kn PACK ••I'.HI. I, 'n'tapiofiJ j,.b"' ia cruel JU'IKI Copyright 1S39. Qatli : il rVatvMCaii Rules for the COINWORD Contest t _V.lve the puxxle aa you would any other croaaword pug*'. Anpr %  Vl l'r*v li'HOSX and CLl'ES DOWN tell you aow I • the IIKOB> • anawera to title week's COINWORD i /. .Mil Wfo.il, Heal order. In the word ll-t. la elllfihJa to enter the ('.UN WORD contest ,\ • • ..rplnrse, or \ "staff ii %  mix IOI members of their families) of The i ktka j ^ • may aubmlt aa many entries aa he wishes on fie cffleial fitp; I ipar, B.it no more than one exa f the puxale. No mechanically reproduced (printI 'mrufnpkat .,,• will IH accepted, unleaa 1U .pjpar. 4 To aubmlt an entr. lant should attach the completed un> a r a l-ceni postcard and mall It In time to reach the COINVY. >K1> ealtnr a] i Inlght of the .Sunday avaalns ( inc ; k'a puaale. Wa entries received after thai ether atM b) hand. Will be declared blaBaula. You ma> mall i-ur aoiatks i i n ,„ i wi-h. Thla paper la not reaponallde f rntrlta t i In the mail {..—The Jewish Florldian will award a Jackpot prlae to the winner afCnw. \\ !:i pusah It more than one winning answer Is recelve-l, the priir ad ded equally among the wlnnera. If no correct aolutl l*ad, H 111 be ...bl.d to the next week's prlge. ._There Is only one correct solution to the COINWORD P'txile, tnd oa thai answer can win. The decision of the Judge* : nal and d tant* agtee to abide hy the Judges' decision. All entries become tat propertv of this paper, only one prize will be awardstd to mlt. 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Page 6-B 9-JenistHorklfrn Friday, Oetob] Leaders' Seminar •? *> %  Will Mark Pioneer "A Key tn ih e Ark."i.i vid Sisterh inn J' questions ab, ut Torai ing playlet er Forer. feted will be Women Anniversary %  ** Me^dames George cl? First Leadership.Training SemiBloom Rm M J* J* j nar of Pioneer Women wil. be' %nA UaX ^„ „__" %  *"•, Members of the Federation of Jewish Women's Organizations traveling troupe who will receive awards at the first FJWO open meeting on Oct. 29. The volunteer musical aggregation will be cited "for unique service in interpreting the work of Federation and the Combined Jewish Appeal." Rear (left to right) are Mrs. AI Podvin, Mrs. Daniel Heller. Mrs. Michael Plarfson, Mrs. Jonas Brotman. Mrs. Sidney Rosenberg, Mrs. Barbara Lamont. Front row (left to right) are Mrs. William Wickrnan. Mrs. Stanley Levitch. Ricki Darwin, Mrs. Thomas Gerard. Seated at the piano is Mrs. Howard Grove. Troupe director is Mrs. Randy Polanslcy, standing right FJWO Will Launch Programs for 1960 Variety is the word for the on "Women's Community Respon sparkline program planned by the sibility." Federation of Jewi-h Women's Or-. ganizations at its fir• <* 1 27. at Beth David Mrs. Lehman said "the courses off function will be Dr. Benjamin ^ on K re S aU n w announced by have proved so popular at Miami B. Rosenberg. executi\e director ih rJ Lehman, president of Beach that it was decided to re „t ih nmmm*mm xi : T :.u C-_J ,ne federation of Jewish Women's peat the series for the benefit of Organization.. organization women residing in Mi MrBernard Stevens will again f^' S !" 1 G ab es : ^^ nii. conduct the training sessions'*. "^S^M, Da 2T*" ginning at 10 a.m. each Tuesday M ff it ,s .V n8 .„ M J• Stevens as "spefor the purpose of developing new *£?£?l! "SiST** *** organisation leadership and helpr > ^ llh? Sch,ff and Mrs ing groups solve membership, pro-, ,. ? .J 0 1 *' M I I Lnder the pseudonym of "Muriel Miles." Mrs. Solomon is author of fVortm#n' f irrlo VicSt*, U— *. rcgular Mature column in the rroritmen s LlfCfe risrfor Here Miami Herald, which deals with Joseph Garalick. of the New ^ problems A "cb doctor.' York office of Workmen's Circle 1„ SWe j ues,ions concerning is mrrpntiv .*.<... .u. r~ _' P r srams and methods of retainh' Id to mark the 20th birthday of Greater Miami organization. Mrs Milton Green, president of the Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women, announced this week that the seminar will be held Tuesday, from 1030 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., at the Algiers hotel. Pioneer Women's Organization was formed on an international scale 34 years ago on the Festival of Sukkoth. The Greater Miami 20tb birthday seminar will also honor the international anniversary. Mrs. Isaac Pushkin, vice president of the Council, and Mrs. Marion Meyer, co chairmen, said that the function is open to the general 1 public. Mrs. Pushkin will chair the morning session, with her opening remarks scheduled on "What Pioneer Women Offer to Their Members." Session on membership will be 1 conducted by Mrs. Bernard Kantor; fund-raising, Mrs. Pushkin and Mrs. Abraham Shedroff; program and cultural, Mrs. Sarah Singer and Mrs. Moses Meyer; or, ganizatioc. Mrs. Leo Goldman, vice president of the Council and member of the national executive board. Mrs. Marion Meyer will offer the invocation during the bruncheon session. Mrs. Marvin Copenhagen, president of Kadimah chapter, will chair the afternoon session, scheduled to feature reports on the recent national biennial convention of Pioneer Women in Cleveland, O. Reports will be presented by Mrs. Milton Green. Mrs. Leo Goldman. Mrs. Bernard Kanter, Mrs. Abraham Shedroff, Mrs. Sarah Singer, Mrs. Oscar Zeltzer. Mrs. Israel Offenhanden and Mrs. R Sachs. Mrs. Sarah Shapoff will present a report on her recent tour through the State of Israel. • • • Pioneer Women, Club I, will install new officers Wednesday evening at the Royal Hungarian restaurant. and Helene Kravitz J Forer. Mrs. Jacque, will provide the ma ground. Mews Commentator iM Wayne Farm, newt tor of ch. 7. will speak iti ing of the Sisterhood o( J Beth Sholom on Wedatssj 1 p.m., according to an i<| ment by Mrs. Howard R L Sisterhood president. Prn. chairman of Sisterhood %i Charles P. Fcinberg. ml Harold Granoff is in chart* J pitality. 'Get-Acquainted Hid* "Get-Acouainted Night" be held Thursday. 8 pjn religious school of Tamfd under the the PTA. Mrs. Haiti president. Refreshment! be provided by Mrs. AagoaJ school board chairman. staff was to be rep Shlomo Gerchakov. Mrs. I stein, and Mrs. William of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed eration. who will lead a discussion Sisterhood to Near Mil] Regular monthly meetisii Tamid Sisterhood will be I Tuesday evening in the I itorium of Temple Ner Rabbi Eugene Labovitz heard in a book review. I-BEDROOM APT. FOR %  t 128 S.W. 22nd AM, Cmtr 2nd Street. See after tfsfl or all way Sotvrday mi Seat* ROOM FOR RENT WMiw woold like I* real rm% batistes* girl or woaaa wi* uaw •rmleaas. Close ia-3 WM a FR 9-4062 A-l EMPLOYMENT Dependable Domestic Help telioble Day m Workers | SERVICE Established 1944 37 U 5th St. Ph. Ft 94401 Junior Auxiliary Tea Junior Auxiliary of the Jewish [ Home for the Aged will hold its, annual membership tea Tuesday, i 1:30 p.m., at the home of Mrs. % %  pww ISRAELI RELIGIOUS STORE Alt HEBREW SUPPLIES fOR SYNAGOGUES I JEWISH HOMES 1357 WASHINGTON AVE. JE 17722 is currently visiting the Greater ?„ J net 5 odl Miami area. He will be here in i ac,1 ^ e membership, through Oct. 31 in connection with ,, M "' Slevens **" a F a mcmbersh.p drive local branch, ess,ons schedulea on lueses are planning In charge of in,^ >?P 1 27 and Nov 3 10 and formation is Mrs. Harry Schul,', e Wl dl> cus s informally Lawrence Silverman. 10043 E. i Broadview dr., Miami Beach. Fashion show and musicale will highlight the program, with mem t hers of the organization acting as % models. Mrs. Louis Cole 1s presi 1 dent, and Mrs. Jesse LeVine is membership chairman. SECRETARY FOR i MIAMI SYNAGOGUE M Hwri .er Week. I*ha> "•, typMi. Ith' < irt,,iH J! erl tetretariol work ter Sf s^flsM. Small kaowWje • • &f ktwtv vshMbk. *plr ** dimr. FULL OR PART-TIME SALESMEN OR WOMEN Jtwish Publication — Only one of ill kind. Endorsed by Orttoaox, Re form, and Conservative Rabbit. Disnified Work High Earnin 9 s. Call eves. HI 8-9961 Hospital Head Speaks How to Address an Audience" Fine Points of Public Speaking'" and "Stimulating Volunteers to Action." Other subjects wiU be parlia"What Hope a Mental Hospital „. Can Offer" was the subject of a mcn,ar > procedure and maximum film showing and discussion by Dr. rtcrLltmen t for community servArnold Elchert. superintendent of tes the South Florida State Hospital,' on Tuesday evening in the auditorium of ttie Miami Public Li Panel fii'trnec.*. C-L-J I J brary. Jack Black was chairman $$, >C !" uled of the program. MIAMI CONVALESCENT HOME "Ctmtrmllf located" lit. 1951 Jewish Stylo Cooking o Spacious Grounds o Reasonable Rates O • 24-Hour Nursing Service O Special Diets Strictly Observed • All Rooms on Ground Floor Specializing in Core to the Elderly and Chronically III 335 S.W. 12th AVE. Ph. FR 4-5437 & FR sW278 HO AllfM, Director Panel discussion and forum on Conformity. Religion, and a Free Society m t0 ^ he|d ^^ day. 8 15 p.m., at the Edison Center Lions clubhouse, 6464 N Mi ami ave. Moderator of the panel was to' he Dr. H. Franklin William, vice president of the University of Miami. Participating in the discussion were to be Dr. Stuart N. Cahoon. practicing psychiatrist; Rev Robert Sonen. pastor of the First Unitarian Church; Rev. A. E Gysan. pastor of Christ Lutheran Church; and Adon Taft. religion editor of the Miami Herald 1101 S.W. 12fh Ave* Weok-dcys 3:30 to 5:* "So s o _2 "* %  ***• IsMaVasW .OPENING CONCERT! UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA FABIEN SEVITZKY RUDOLF FIRKUSNY, PIAHISI fgrOm — PROGRAM PRAELUDJUM AND ALLEGRO PIANO CONCERTO IN D MINOR KRK1 llli.MIMSYMPHONV NO. C (PATHETIQUE) SUMMr. OCT. 15 Mi.M Nexh A.oirori— :/,* MOHOAY, Oa. 24 Do* CoMty A^iori.• 30 t M T.cket. at UM Symphony OffKO: MO 1-*aao_Miami Beach ^Tv~ JE 1-0477_Ode County Auditorium: HI •-•130—Cordelia's: f Amidons: HI O.3070. J1.SO to M.50. 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May, October 16, 1959 +Jewl$ti fkridflam Pago 15-A LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW C'C i 'i: IS HEREBY GIVEN that undersigned, .'cslrlng to engage In i j' i rTT-1 the fictitious ri:t" DOE BAKERY DELICATESSEN oral HlgllWIH. Itidge, Fl In i 'nl In i. lil name with the "l.rk nr the Ctr. Ill Court nf i'.'MiCounty, Florida, ALEX BAMALION ABB BLOOM ns eo-nartners and HOC SEN Pin in %  • < iA le Samallon R .tiding i Florida ikliln 3-0802 10/9-16-13-30 THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE .EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. S9C 8831 IARILVN HELEN JACKHOX, IMalntlff, |PERT LBS JACKSON. JR.. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION I: OVERT LEE JACKSON, JR. i-'o Mrs Darlene Sangster 3867 Kant Jefferson I I M Monies. Iowa You. EVERT LEE JACKSON. JR., re hereby notified that a Complaint Or Divorce has been filed against DU, and you are required to serve a JIV of your Answer or Pleading to he Complaint on the Plaintiffs Atorney. ANOELO A. ALI. 01 Ainsley >luldlng, Miami 32. Florida, anil file he ... .sinal Answer or Pleading; In the .'Ice of the Clerk of the Circuit nurt on or before the 26th day of r-tober, 1959. If you fall to do ao. %  dement by default will be taken KaTnst you for the relief demanded the Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. mida. this 17tB day of September. LD., 19S9. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida (seal) By: K. M. LYMAN. Deputy Clerk. INCELO A. ALI Mturney for Plaintiff 101 Ainsley Building; rllaml S2. Florida. /25, 10/2-9-16 %  M T1?J'£ E BV PUBLICATION £ C wA-?, IRCU,T COURT Or THE = Y !" .V1 JU D'CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR D4DE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, IWCTTV MATJB MC9241 Plaintiff, vs. UABTON .M.M-A,'hqAlvn ,„ K i '• fondant. -„, -.SUIT FOR DIVORCE Ul I | IN M.\ VA W Is Si r [ Los AiiKeiea. 31. California UABTON MA', ,.,.., ,, v Jnt foi 1 ",'"' ba '"'" fed against you and you ..... required to serv* ., .... V'ni'"? ,-. x "~'V r > '• %  %  ""to ii.; i.ni of i u nplalnl on tHe plrUntl'fs Attorney, QO| DM.VN A OOl n-n:iN West .flagler Btreet, Miami, I file the original An-we, or Head Inn In the office of the Clerk rH U e Circuit Curl on or I,.',,,., th,. 3rd day of November, l:.:,:.. if v „u fall to do so, judgment by default win [.,. taken against you r, r m* relief deu.-iniied in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FI,..| K &*D ORDERED at Miami. A "> 19-.9 y "' S, T ,l ""'" r KB LEATHERMAN, flask Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (seal) By: K M LYMAN. GOLDMAN A OOLPSTK';^ rUrk 2303 West Flagler Street Miami, Florida NH 5-0618 Attorneys for Plaintiff 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, VS. ALCIDES UACTIBR. defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: ALCIDES QAUTlER 1010 Southern Houlevard Bronx, New York You ALCIDES CAITIER are hereby notified that a Rill of Complaint for Divorce' has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a of your Answer or Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney, HAROLD B. SPAET, ESQ., 407 Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 6th day of November, 1959. If you fall to do so, judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four oonsecutlve weeks In THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 29th day of September, A.M. 1!>"9. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida (seal) By: JOAN BNEEDEN. Deputy Clerk. HAROLD B SPAET 407 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach. Fla. 10/2-9-16-23 General Capitalcorp. ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE FINANCING WAREHOUSE LOANS FACTORING EQUIPMENT FINANCING COMMERCIAL PAPER Phon: TUXB^O 8-7551 4309 N.W. 36th StrMt Miami Spring*' Florida H. S. GRUBER PRESIDENT GEORGE J. TALIANOFF CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD LEVIN & CO. BROKERS Inventions Patents • Process** Suit* 714 Sevbeld Builstiag Miami 32. Florida Telephsai FR 4-4114 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 5C 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 has been filed against you. and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. Al.VIN GOODMAN. 8204 Biscayne Blvd. Miami, 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, 19.">9. If you fall to do so, Judgment by default will be taken against you foi the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In Till: JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 29th day of September. A.D. 1 !•-•'' E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida (seal) By: K. M. LYMAN. Deputy Clerk. ALVIN OOoDMAN S204 Blscayne Blvd. Miami, Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 10/2-J-16-2S NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL'CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. S9C 9024 THOMAS E. LF.WIS. Plaintiff. RUTH C. LEWIS. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: MRS. RCTH C. LEWIS 4227 Old Annapolis Boulevard Baltimore Highlands Baltimore 27. Maryland You RCTH C. LEWIS, VtXl Old Annapolis Boulevard. Baltimore Highlands. Baltimore 27. Maryland, are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are require.! to Berve a copy of your Annvrr oi I'l.-ailing to the Bill "f Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, MARSHALL H ADKR. 420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 23rd day of October. 1959. If you fall to do ao, Judgment by default will he 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 FLORTDIAN. DONE AM' ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this Hro day of September. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade Countv. Florida (seal) By: R. H. RICE. JR., Deputy Clerk. MARSHALL H. ADEK. Esq. • 20 Lincoln Road Miami Bea.ch 39. Fla. (JE JjJJ^Ii-l. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 59C-6019F (Cannon, J.) LOUIS LEV1NE. Plaintiff, vs. SOPHIE LEVINE Defendant. AMENDED ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: Sophie Levlne _._.,. 100 Van Cortlandt Pnrk South Bronx 63. NY. You are hereby notified that a Complaint For Divorce h. b< ''" ."l*" against vou, and >"u are heieb) required to serve a copyof your Answer to the Complaint For !" \ !"!" plaintiff's attorneys and file the original Answer in the office nMV Clerk of the Cii.ult Court on or before the ?nd Say of November, 1W: a.herwlse the allegations of said plaint For DlVorce -111 M -..ken a. 1 this 2nd day of October 19o9. ** B B, LEATHERMAN. CTej*. .it Court, I .'.'\' in" (seal) orDeputy clerk. TVLIANOFF* WAll.ER Attorneys for I'lalntlff M.smi Beach. Fla. 9]gM DMEHU BY HENRY LEONARD "M* |oin a TmpU, SOM, far wftctl pwrpos*? My ckmghfar mm ntorrtod at MM Chateau, my son will b Bar-Mitzvah at HoM McAlistor .. and whan I BCSM on. thera ar a dosMl %  Oftwori — oaaar to do MM Job." f*#* *•. Lfmmrl f'l/i... LEGAL NOTICE CIRCUIT COURT, 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY. FLA. CHAN. No. 59C 2431-C PELAYO E. PIQUERO, Plaintiff. MADELINE PIQL'ERO, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION YOU. MADELINE PIQUERO. 58S Park Place. Brooklyn. New Yolk, are notified to serve a copy of your Answer to the Divorce Complaint on plaintiff's attorneys. Engel and Housen, 303 Blscayne Building, Miami. i-1.1 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. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk (seal) By: K. M. LYMAN, Deputy 9/2.">. 10/2-9-16 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No. B9C-9416-I DANIEL J. STEt'KKNA.'.EL, Plaintiff, v~ DORBTHT A. STKrERNAOEL. I ...fcn'lant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION YOU. "DORETIIY A. S I'El ERNA.JEL. 181-24 Hillside Avenue. Jamaica. New York, are hereby notified that a BUI of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, ami you are renui^ed to serve %  copy of your answer thereto on Plaintiff's attorney, EDWIN A WILLINHER, Llnooln-Drexel Building, 1635 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, 1959. otherwise a decree pro confesso will be entered against you. DATED: October 6, 1959 E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida (seal) By: R. H. RICE. JR., Dep-"CV-k. 10/9-16 -23-30 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREI'.Y IIIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ADVANCE INDUSTRIAL BEOTRITT at 1601 Congress liuilding, Miami. Florida intends to register said n .me with the Clerk of the Circuit Court" of Dade County. Florida. HOWARD .'. JAl'Hi: WELLISi'H, DOCOHERTT .v ZAIAC Attorneys for Edward J. JaphM IS, in 2-9-16 NOflCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious names of 1) RPORT-EASa, 2) SPORT-EASE, division of Svortles of Miami at 213 N.W. 21th Street. Miami. Florida Intends to register said names with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. •ESTHER KASSAR. Sole Owner MARVIN I. WIENER 1111 Alnsley Bldg., Miami 32. Fla. Attorney for Hport-ease and Sportease, division of Sportles of Miami. 9/23, 10/2-9-1* IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF • FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV IN CHANCERY, No. BtC 9288 MICHAEL LE DONE, Plaintiff. JEANNE LE DONE. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: JEANNE LE DONE Defendant •55 Sutter Avenue Brooklyn. New York „_„._ YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are hereby required to serve a copy of your answer .n the Plaintiffs Attorn, -v. ANOELO A. ALL 1103 AlnsleV D.iildlnr. Miami 32, Flo. Ida. 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 U confessed against DATED al Miami. Dade Ooonty, Florida, this 10th day of September, E P. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, ii Court, Dale Countv. Florida (seal) By: K M LYMAN, Deputy Clerk. 10/2-9-16-2S IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 47503-C IN RE: Batate of JACOB FEINBERG. Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To AH Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which vou may have against the estate of JACOB FELMIERU deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their offices In the County Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred. MINN 110 FEIN HERO MYERS, HEI.MAN ,v KAPLAN By: Attorney Kenneth M Myers UN s w. First Street Miami 3G, Florida 10/2-9-16-23 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS* •Kjkm^i fhifdbari solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates MPiul Fit 3-4ti05 ior messenger service LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY QIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MAINTENANCE PRODUCTS CO. at 228 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. Coccogna 9/25T 10/2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of AMSSCO GIFTS AND ACCES'SORIES at 3432 SW 22nd St.. Miami Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ANNA BUCHBERGBR. Sole Owner SAMI'EL •KONEFSKY Attorney 2240 SW 16th St. 9/25.10/2-9-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of 342 JEFFERSON APIS at 512 Jefferson Ave Miami Beach, Florida intend to register said name with the Cerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Forida. EDWARD MERLIN LENA MERLIN LEBOW1TZ BELLER Attornevs for ',42 Jefferson Apts. 706 First Street Miami li.-ach, Forida JE > "771 10/9-16-23-30 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERKII1 QIVEN that the undersig n ed, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of SUD8-UR-DDD8 at 4900 N.W. 27th Avenue, Miami, Florida Intends to register said name wfh the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. • THE HARBER CORPORATION OF MIAMI HAROLD A. GREENE Attorney for The Harber Corporation of Miami |0 :.-lS-L'3-30 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, deslrinu t<. engage in business under the fictitious name of BAY TOWERS Lincoln Road West End/Miami Beach/Florida at 407 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Florida intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. BAT T. iWERS APRTMENTS, INCORPORATED JULIUS JAY PERLMUTTER Attorney for Applicant 10/9-16-23-30 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of DABRO ROCK CO., at Dade County, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ALBERT G. BOURKE Sole Owner MARX FABF.R Attorney for Applicant 1612 Congress Bldg. 10/9-16-23-3O 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 M. COHEN a/k/a MARION LITT, Plaintiff. vs. HARRY L. COHHN, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: HARRY L. COHEN ADDRESS UNKNOWN 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 copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plalntlfrs Attorneys LEISOWITZ AND BELLER, 706 First Street. Miami Beach, Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading in the ofice of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 26th day of October. 1959. If you fall to do so. judgment by default will he taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill Of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 21st day of September. A.D., 1959. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida (seal) By: K. M. LYMAN. Deputy Clerk. LEBOW1TZ & RELLRR 7"fi First St.. Miami Beach. Fla. JE 9-0774 Attorneys for Plaintiff 9'2S. 10/2-9-H IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. S9C 8602 ROSE Pl.OTXICK. Plaintiff. HARRY PLOTNICK. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: HARRY PI.' ITN1CK 7961 Durocher Street Montreal Quebec. Canada You are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you and you are hereby required to serve a cony of your Answer to the Bill of Complaint on Plaintiff's attorney. SAMUEL RUBIN, IL'H Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Florida ami file the original Answer In the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 2611. day of October, 1*59, otherwise the allegations of said Bill will be taken as confessed by you. Dated this 22nd day of September, 1939. E. B LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida (seal) By: It. II RICE, JR., Depute Clerk. 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Page 10-B e.J^/*f/fcr**3>/? Friday, Pearly Gait by Hal Pearl j I l t NAMES MAKE NEWS: Bald) -<>. the B exec, and •-. .uni while debating which of the two wie r hl> M Arthur S ho Florid Lea la-wide du Pnsdlla rtoa Petrj found lime. and l>raunj h time to act as advisor to a B'nai B'rita youth group. Al Pallot and Judge Milton Friedman working overtime to help put over the Greater Miami B'nai B'nth membership drive now under way. Aad vasal Uut a nifty pair of cufflinks (blue gemi that Mr P a recent BB executive meeting* Now getting into huh _>•-: ;> a new "glamoruation plan" for B'nai B'nth. Surely, this worthy UTilliT'" is deserving of many more members and wider recognition rea. William. Manny and Aaron Farr celebrating their travel agency's 32nd >ear ir. b> ope r. in? a swank suite of offices in the ground r of the Mercantile National Bank bldg on Lincoln rd. Marty Camhurw, former chef at Wolfie s and Pumpemik's. is now in business for himself, having recently opened an eatery, the Bamboo Room, in Havana, which is legated on the Matecon. Marty's mother, Ann Gambur*. is a realty staffer with the J. A. Cantor firm. Dr Ephraim Lahav. scientific attache for Israel in Washington, recently attended the Bar Mitrvah' of his nephew. Stanley Bernstein. soo of Mr and Mrs Ernest J. Bernstein, at the Saxony. The interest shown by localites in the forthcoming French-Israel FtMM at the Fontainebleau on Oct 22 is. in no small measure, due to the dynamic work of Mrs Paul Pollak. chairman of the 1 be the "topper" of the fall social season. Ray Batata wka has been doing a bang-up job as executive secretary of the Washington Avenue Assn. recently received a card from a member of the group. Horns Broad, vice prexy of American Savings a.-.d Loan, who %  ec>>.r.g autumn in London. Stanley \ Bookbinder, vice prexy of Mercantile National Bank. neglected his golf the past few weeks, so busy is he reserving hotel Mr the more than 8.000 members who are expected here Oct 24 •d the America Bankers Assn. convention Mr B is chair man of the committee for hotel accommodations. Believe you 'me. this convention is aagartj aa::ed by Beach businessmen in general That group has experienced a real parched period since mid-August. Samuel Genaer and Max Oroviu have plenty of reasons to feel proud-of the new Ml Sinai Hospital The planners haves': missed a :> way of innovation in all phases of operation both surgical and ** %  %  itaMBI MMMMMBt BMHB1 Hal MWM tafe I Ml .-•.:mg room, eoanplete with two TV sets and two telephones BOTH SIDES O* THE BAY. Billy Barnes Berne at the Fontaine"La Roode abounds with many anginal and sprightly mihi i ajtheugh the eaght youthfal members of the east ate not proanineaUT known, they are loaded with talent. Two. in parueular Gail Allen and Jack Jnaes. the ofisprmg of former screen star Irene Hervej aad Allan Jones, are sure to go places on Budget Group Names Membjj A number of prominent localiter Feltman welfare leaders were Wednesday j Ciller. Sol GoM.7* named to the budget committee of Aaron \i Kan*? 1 the Greater Miami Jewish Feder Lloyd I:^ n ation. Reelected to the comTirittee were Mrs. Dorothy Fink. A. J. Harris. Mrs. Solomon Kann. Oscar and Mr M too s^5\ R 11 '" cmmi" K.,;,la D Leon bers t.Mamber. Mrs.. Samuel Sakrais..^'^ ( "e U.*• Far Six Miami Spriiijts Villas. ke am— OUt SPECIALTY a TWO, JUKY PttMEftantS OF KEF *:UB3 aaacurr nauvg% t\l MANGftU : : : = : TO '• | ;.*-:*-• .-• ta>03 Ml jsj ACTORS' STUDIO M PLAYHOUSE %  •i WTH FOREMAN „„„, 'COME BACKI LITTLE SHEBAl Nightly Except JNajjJ AaaissiM SU$ Sawdey Mwtmee m 2:3t, At, linfAPeaxe Cr:a; I JtfX I ENJOY YOUR OWN SPECIAL PAR] THE LUCERNE S AUTHENTIC LATIN li (MMllMiVHN BETTY REIUYi ABB AN KCTTWC *U $TU < AST totf rro 4 Aixu wFfff aVMIiaWTA WorM'sMerl MVlTTUi, fAWTO CLUB CHALET WEDOIMOS BAB MfTZVANS PAITIES ^ ^^ T** •"••• M> Keekar Catariaa at amw'W ^ oe The Royal Huncjoricm^ u' 731 WASHINGTON AVB. Te*s*w J* w TMI NEW ^ML" ^AOCACI O" KAN is rout! MST BUY OifTatT LAWS Otsavo SA1TBSU6AB •• .MABOU> PONT a*. BtVkN CO0O* GORDON and PONT TB73 "" c T n 't,*.



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•• **// ftrrrtir*r Council Launches Youth Program National Couiti! of Jewish Women has formed a new dinsaoa i ar CewBe-ieres far *rrt ha sweach ihrr.,-h a~aU gra J* tf scfeoZ who wawd lkc : iw TV new c I? .•-%  %  ejaj %  si 2 30 to 4:30 pja. | ;*woa iwac few tV A;e:5 Una >ers t tae ui the joancj Agenda for tbe meeting wiii :o*er eieetsoa o£ officers, plans fo. jure prograans. aad ducssssaoa jf a project at the Jew ma House far the Aged. la charge \J iaaarmattoe b Mr G renter y Vf-aaf^ one.] will a tour of the r • cats. h AgeJ f i.rr, There ia .ties mciade dacantite -o c: til 4 Jsj .• eruaul :n •rilers. inei-j The Open Door" will be the theme lor the Worth Shore Jewjah Center Sisterhood tea at he home al Mrs. Harry Rosenield. 1150 Bay ix.. Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. Script for the .roaram is by the National Women's League .-nd muted "Maet the Gang." Program chaxrrsn are Mrs Jerry Rieger and Mrs. Maurice Revrte. Working with Mrs. Roseniekl on arrangements are Mrs. Al Mechlowitx. president and Mrs. Norman Harrow, membership chairman. Shown chore. Mrs. Raeenield and Mrs. Frank Nankin left greet Mrs. Jack Segal and Mrs. Edward Stem. Membtrskit Tern AWy Coral chapter of the American Medical Center at Dearer will hold a membership tea Monday. 1 p.m.. at McArthur Dairies. MSI N'E 2nd a\e. Mrs. Irving Ruhusstein is rice president in charge of me -hip *eth U SmUrtk Party Jeauty Queen Deadline Nears Dead'.n*lor *ntenng the 19C0 <-n com. Oct. 31 Top prJzi e Florida complete be. including ex and two l-expense ro erk I ,Wfcue ia New York. t*e Queen .]; appear ;n the KSalarrafl TV "low and act as hostess for tn photos including one of : 'holders. r, M ,„ street %  I wear, and a third in or thorn ensemble. The person. should I name. age. heignt. we.ght. color and tyes. b nip measurement*, schools attended. pre and ad of CongregatrfM Beth El will hold a Sukkoth party San day MI aa uf at Dora Augvst Hall. Special guest will be Has Clara Lieber. noted merzo soprano She w ill be accompanied by ulg Stern at the piano. tntt 1 taaaag %  1 orde' -o v •'irftbi st the Howe %  -. ukmm attend the reane. wMcksi •my aaee a fear la charge of L-nerMte,, %  %  Sairer. Sectioa CM -^ the seasor cituen* prograa. • • • In recognitwc of lani Week, and to aartiHiM %  e roie of the IA as l"**t* affairs, the National cil of Jewish Womea rroaps wiU bold a joant Oct. 21. 10 a.m.. at tke Mrs. Sydney 'Clairei Wea 300 Bnckell ave. Miami A UN delezatioa will sad the discus,^ wfll The l"N aad the World's Spot* In charge of resen aticcs a I Robert S Hamburg. I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I aKOSHER ZI0N 199% NUB 9Hf Ht999C7S • rimm Mir • UVUSAwSa.Gr. • mWBWMM • COtWO IfXF • PASTMIw • BOlOCaA • SALAMI VEGETARIAN ^y" luiwc mjtmamu. sortiaugns t ifninAirs KOSHER ZION V^c. S A "L AGE COMPANY OF CMOSO V ISt Swath Water Market, Calc... t?HIW, EXCLUSIVE OUTRHUTORS OF THE SOUTH COASTLINE PROVISION CO., INC. •M B SCAYNE STREET. MIAMI BEACH PHONES: JE S-6232, JE S-6231 HERMAN PEARL L., PAT OEARR IN TOMATO SAUCE 57 \SA /P/STA MANUFACTURED IN U.S A BY HJ.HEINZ CO., PITTSBURGH^ W In Miami it's FLORIDA-FOREMOST DAIRIES for Home Delivery Phone FR 4-2621 The Beat name in dairy product* FRANK J. HOLT, Meneeef ^^ % %  ^ %  ^R^k^kn^^BnPnWna 1 %  B ^ B |_^^^__^^_^J^^H TWs label teU$ you the whole story: It ^JT ^de the can are Heinz Vegetarian .\TT;I. t ani g i, of cour ^ ** besNtasting bean shnSv K'T' 1 5? kW y tlnaebeam are an D ^v^?T~ beCaW! A *• the *al of CONCRFi!lJ E UW0N 0F ORTHODOX JEWISH SSj r EWCA A bout *" "f^ MMMWiV i^^^BBI^H^


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Pago 12-A +Jmi& HcrMitr Friday, Center Dinner Will Fete Dr. Rosenberg | Branches, u WeU | lives of otner con Hebrew Academy pupils, Howard Bienenleld, 8'j-year-old son of Mr. end Mrs. Jerome Bienenleld. 2845 Prairie ave.. Micm: Beech, and Sandy Rosen, 8-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Rosen, 10010 W. Broadview dr., Bay Harbor Island, present to Samuel Oritt. general chairrpen with Jack A. Cantor of the Greater Miami Israel Bond corfimit|e. htasketsful oi hickles, dimes and quarters saved by the pupils of their school for the purchese of a SiCO Israel'Bond. Babbi Alexander S. Gross, school principal, said the'purchase of an .srael Bond by pupils of the Hebrew Academv hes become an annual custom. The children save up through the entire year -or the purchase, which is made during the High Holiday season. %  Heiman Flies to Georgia Sam J Heiman. president of the r Miami Jewish Federation, la-t ueek flew to Savannah. da, to address community leaders Ml the opening of the UJA ca>h drive th. re. Rebekah Lodge Has Meeting •hine Rebekah Lodge met Tue>day evening at the Work men's Circle. 25 Washington ave. REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Largaat and Oldaat Hebrew • upply HOUH in Srtiltr Miami WNOUSAU m4 KJUL Complete Line of Hebrew Supplie* for Synagadjuea, Hebrew and Sunday School* ISRAELI GIFTS and NOVELTIES 417 WashiagSs. tm. MaalNd, JlfferM. l-tl7 Volunteers Get Schul's Thanks William G. Mechanic, president, joined by vice presidents Aaron Lcrner and Louis Makowsky. Wednesday trianked participants who volunteered in the High Holiday services at the main sanctuary and in the chapel of Beth Jacob Congregation Morris Fogel. director of the congregation, chanted the Shachris service at the chapel. Rev. Morris Moscowitz. sexton, chanted the Shachris in the main synagogue and blew the Shofar. Rev. Kalman Flax chanted the Mussaf at the chaptel. Melvin Safra and Joyce Stern conducted the junior congregation services. Seating arrangements were by Miss Edna Zimmerman. Dr. Benjamin B. Rosenberg. who is shortly leaving his post as executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation^ will be *if*fr>t>ealtrT HP TTIP tTrm-wtnutl' board dinner meeting ol the Greater Miami Jewish Community Ceoer on Sunday evening at the Algiers hotel. The function will honor Dr. in recognition of his six years of service here He is leav::; in November to take the post, ; evcutive director of the Associated Jewish Philanthropies and Combined Jewish Appeal of Great a Boston. The United Fund will be represented at the meeting by its president. Sen. Harry P. Cain, who will bring greetings. Also to speak are Sam J. Heiman, Federation president, and Isidore B. Simkowiti, Center president. Chairman of the evening will be William Sussman. ho is president of the Miami Beach YMHA Branch. A program of entertainTemple Children To Mark Stkkoth On Sunday at 10.30 am., the* children of the religious school of Temple Judea will celebrate the nval of Sukkoth by attendant* at services, to be followed by a party in the Sukkah under the spcn>orship of the PTA The Sukkah was constructed by the Brotherhood of the Temple, and the decorations were completed by the religious school children and the Sisterhood. On Wednesday, the nursery kin dergarten will observe Sukkoth with a party in the Sukkah. which will be conducted by Rabbi Morris A. Skop and Cantor Herman K. Gottlieb. The closing cycle of the holiday celebration will be held on Saturday evening. Oct. 24. when Hakofos will be held in the Temple. The : procession of the Torahs will be led by Rabbi Skop and Cantor Gottlieb. ment has been arranged under the leadership of Mrs. Fred larowne. The arrangements commiUee is' headed bv Mrs. Wilhajn SusVnan. Attending the meeting will be members of the central board of directors of GMJCC and board members from each of the four for Annual Sukkoth Party Sisterhood of Beth El Congregation will hold its annual Sukkoth party Sunday evening at Dora Au gust HaU. Dade Heights Elects Officers Murray Raben has been elected president of Dade Heights Jewish Congregation. Other officers eiectea at a meeting here include Bert Saul, first vice president; Jerry Cole, second vice president; and Harold Simon, financial secretary. KEEP SCORE — SONNY HIRSCH on the #forfro frf # SPORTS REVIEW! ff\ £Lf Monda Y hru Saturday A*QQ '• • Sponsored Tuesdays, Thursdays. Saturdays by AWE'S 1664 ALTON ROAD 1676 COLLINS AVL HI-FI Radio 610 uGQQ MODERN MIAMI RADIO TO TO lIAMtS mr THIS PUBLICATIOH — A UNIQUE M-YIA* HEMIW-INOUSH CALENDAR! The latest edition of the famous Heinx Hebrew-English Calendar is again offered free to readers of this publication. •v Th ?_ C ilen


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"OewisH Floridian Combining THE JSWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WitKLY 33 — Number 42 Miami, Florida, Friday, October 16, 1959 Two Sections — Price 20< lasser Offers Peace: \ake Back Refugees, )pen Up'Jerusalem CW YORK—(JTA>—President Nasser of the United Arab Repubred this week to accept a United Nations Security Council resolufirming the rights of all nations to unimpeded use of the Suez If Israel would accept all UN resolutiotis on Palestine. Ike Aired Soviet Jewry In Khrushchev Exchange U.S. OffFED miDIATION •ASf 2 4 deration imes New (rector Here ROSfCHAN Bur S. Rosichan was this named executive director of Ircater Miami Jewish Federalm J. Heipresident of ration, and Id Thurman, ppan of a lal commit,-elect the cy director, announcIcsic ban's fitment He Ic i eds Dr. liimin B. Rosenberg. losichan ic presently execudirector of the Federation | Jewish Community Sorvkos [Montr**I, Canada, a position hat hold sine* 1*55. Previlly, ho was oxocutivo direater (the Unitod Jowiah Federation 1 Buffalo, N. Y., and assistant hctor of the Fadaratlon of ish Philanthropies in Plttsrgh. |c-nhan's acceptance of the was confirmed Wednesday lit at a meeting of Federation's kutive committee at the Algiers Irl. Icmbers of the committee to pet the new director, in addition Human and Thurman, included on M. Kanner, Jack Carner, Morris Goodman, A. J. HarMrs. Stanley C. Myers, Jay I. lak, Leo Eisenstein, Arnold ^lcr, Judge Irving Cypen, StanC. Myers, Mrs. Jean C. Lehin, Leon Kaplan, Isidore SimkoU. and Fred K. Shochet. + The obvious propaganda gesture was received with coolness at the United States State Department where it was indicated, after a study of the proposal, that it contained nothing new. The offer was made, not through normal diplomatic channels, but in a statement to representatives of the American press in Cairo. The UAR President emphasized that ha meant Israel would have to agree to UN recommendations that Palestinian Arab rtfugees bo given the right to their former homos or compensation, and the 1947 UN plan for partition of Palestine and internationalization of Jerusalem as "a fair trade." If Israel accepts all UN resolutions, ho said, "we will accept the Security Council resolutions of 1951" on the Suez Canal. H* said the UAR would be ready to accept a UN board or commission to put these resolutions into effect "f* WASHINGTON—(JTA)—Reports which were circulating in some circles here to the effect that President Eisenhower personally had raised questions on the status of the Jews in the Soviet Union in his talks with Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev at Camp David were confirmed in a letter from the White House made public here Sunday by the B'nai B'rith. CJen. Wilton B. Persons, assis* — tant to the President, addressed the letter to Label A. Ka'.z, na ional president of B'nai B'rith, informing him that President Eisenhower had discussed the controversial subject with Mr. Khrush\ chev. American Jewish leaders were unable to meet with the Soviet Premier for the same purpose during Mr. Khrushchev's tour ol Jie United States. Continued on Page 16-A Mr. Khrushchev told the President that ha had boon aware of the question. Gen. Parsons said, "but that It was his position that, so far as possible, the Jewish people in the Soviet Union are treated like everyone else." This response, in effect, was similar to the answer Mr. Khrushchev gave to a question prepared Continued on Pace 2-A Arabs Attack Integration Plan Devised by Dag Jewish Groups Reveal Statement Of Principles Intended for Nikita NEW YORK — (JTA) — Twenty-one national Jewish organizations which were prepared to send a delegation to Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev, to discuss with him the state of Soviet Jewry, Monday issued a lengthy statement giving the background of their decision and emphasizing that they have reason to believe that, although Mr. Khrushchev refused to see their five-man delegation, their views did reach the Soviet Premier. The statement of the 21 organizat ions reads: and*— •When the United States the Soviet Union announced an exchange of visits between President Eisenhower and Chairman Khrushchev, many groups recognized the possibility for a presen tation of a variety of issues. Un| derstandably, American Jews beIcame concerned with seeking an Union to the attention of Mr. Khrushchev. At the outset, several groups sought an appointment. In the absence of a single recognized forum, this too was understandable. After some negotiations, 21 major national Jewish oratMAKING 'ANOTHER ISRAW Lebanon 'Spy' Arrests Rise ganizations, whose names are opportunity to bring the plight of tached, ^erl^to cnwM** their co-religionists id the Soviet their approach to the problem. The concern and attitude of the Unitod States was indicated by the words of the Secretary of State, Mr. Christian A. Harter, who said: 'In the State Department wo have requests from a number of different organizations to try to arrange appointments for them with Mr. Khrushchev. The Jewish organizations did it individually, asked for an appointment with him, then joined together and asked if they might send a representative to represent all of them to see Mr. Khrushchev. We endorsed strongly that request.' "In the short time available, the cooperating organizations faced two tasks: a. To agree on the issue I and the position to be taken; b. To select a delegation in the event that Mr. Khrushchev heeded the strong representation of the State UNITED NATIONS—(JTA)-Thc General Assembly's special political committee convened here this week for the first meeting of this year's session with the Arab refu gee problem, one of the main topics on its agenda. The Arab League promptly jumped into another anti-Israel fray, by presenting to Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold a memorandum insisting on the return of all the refugees to Israel as the only solution to that problem. The memoranaum, given to Mr. Hammarskjold by Abdel Khalek Hassouna, Secretary General of the Arab League, made these points: 1. The League rejects the Hammarskjold plan for integration of the refugees into the economies of the Middle East. Such a plan, the League contends, is 'incompatible witfl existing United Nations resolutions 'on Palestine and will be strongly resisted by the Arab states." The memorandum "reasserts the stand of the Arab states, and the Arab people of Palestine, on the rights of the refugees to return to their homes .and rejects any project even indirectly aimed Continued on Page 16-A IRVING ENCft serious vacuum Engel Urges U.S. Vigilance PARIS—(JTA)—There is a growing concern among West Germans about the need for education for citizenship and democracy, Irving M. Engel, honorary president of the American Jewish Committee, reported here this week following his arrival from Germany, where he discussed this problem with Chancellor Konrad Adenauer. He said West German political leaders also discussed this problem with John J. McCloy and Dr. James B. Conant, former U. S. High Commissioners for Germany; Shepherd Stone, of the Ford Foundation; and Dr. Harry Gideonse, Continued from Page 3-A JTA—By Direct Teletype Wire JERUSALEM-The total number of arrests in the alleged "Israel P> .ing" in Lebanon has risen to nine, including a second Jewisn susect, according to reports received here Tuesday. The first Jew'rcported arrested in the case was Albert Levy, an [Itorney. The new report listed the second Jew as Sami Salem. In addition to the earlier charges of spying for Israel and spreadling rumors that the Lebanese and Arab economies generally were unstable, as well as allegedly helping to smuggle Jews out ot Are [countries, the new charge was listed in the Arab press. The arrested persons are now also accused of seeking to isolate ebanon from other countries with the goal of "making it into another Israel." The Arab newspapers also declared that two other Jewish memrrs of the alleged spy ring escaped, one of them to Israel. Phi/ly Rabbis Question Sunday Closing Laws Continued on Pago 11-A PHILADELPHIA—(JTA)—The challenge to Pennsylvania's Sunday-closing law took on added significance this week when the Philadelphia Rabbinical Assn. and the Philadelphia Board of Rabbis, representing Reform, Conservative and Orthodox rabbis here, filed a joint "friend of the court" brief in support of five local Jewish merchants who seek to upset the state's newly-stiffened "blue" laws. The latest brief was submitted to a Federal District Court here in what looms as a major test case affecting separation of church and state. It was signed by Leo Pfeffer, associate general counsel of the American Jewish Congress, and Jacob Richman, president of the Pennsylvania State Region of the AJC, who are serving without fee for the two rabbinical groups. Their brief brought to six the number of "amicus curiae" briefs already submitted in the case—five attacking the Sunday law and one in favor. Seeking to upset the law are the Eastern Pennsylvania Conference of Seventh Day Adventists, the Philadelphia Jewish Community Relations Council, the Delaware Valley Council of the American Jewish Congress and tha two Philadelphia rabbinical groups. Supporting the measure is the Pennsylvania Retailors Association. At a hearing before the court last month, the Jewish merchants charged that the law violated the First and Fourteenth Continued on Page 16-A



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Page 6-A 9-Jewl^ncrldiar Frida y. Octo^, Nazi Publisher Gets 9 Months NOW YOU fw Members of Temple Beth Sholom meet to plan a dinner honoring Jack A. Cantor and Samuel Oritt, general chairmen of the Greater Miami Israel Bond committee, to be held Sunday at the Americana hotel. Clockwise around the table are Morris Sipser, Greater Miami manager for Israel Eonds, Rabbi Leon Kronish, Temple spiritual bcider. Harold Zinn, vice chairman of the dinner. I. Hecht, jr.. dinner chauman. David Drucker. Tom Kravitt, Jacob Rilkin, Judge Harry Greenberg. Sidney Ansin, William Bornstein. William Agranove. Frank Kamen and Max Weitz. Guest speaker at the dinner will be Yael Dayan. 20-year-old Israeli author cf the novel, "New Face in the Mirror." Yael Dayan to Speak at Sunday Dinner Honoring Israel Bond Committee Chiefs Friends and members of Temple Beth Shol.im will register their tribute to two of the congregation's leader.-. Jack A. Cantor and Si :;uel Oritt. at a dinner Sunday at the Americana hotel. tor and Oritt will be honored for their leadership in the Temple and for their outstanding service" Stati ol Israel as general rmen of the Creator Miami IsBor.d committee. Dinner chairman it I. He-St, }r and tojsfmaster will be Harold Zinn. Rjbbi Leon Kronish, of Temple Beth Sholom, pointed cut that under the leadership of Cantor and Oritt, Israel Bond sales in Greater Miami have reached rece-d levels and have made Miami the leading city in the United States in the rate of increased sales over previous years. A pre>entation of tribute to Cantor and Oritt will be made by -he l.eshem. Consul of Israel in :. h .t Southeastern region of the United State.-, on behalf of the State of Israel. LONG DISTANCE MOVING to all points in the country ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN WITHOUT CHARGE ACE • R.B. 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He was rearrested on new complaints brought by Dr. Curt Radj Central Council of Jon J lauer. a Jew who formerly held a many. The conviction uj government position, and Dr. H.G. ence followed m another| Van Dam. secretary-general of the I court. Council Seelu Director Herel Greater M.ami Coantsi list Youth „ .„ nMd tkms for the position! Paul Kwitncy and l a | Karg. ci.-i ..airmen, We(inesda\. U Position will be eithtrl part time, and invohn: ning. coordination and i of ^oung Juda"ea actii j Greater Miami area. j Applicationshould be i Paul Kwitncy. Suite Sit, | coin rd.. Miami Bead, than Oct. 25. •HSJ fAtl 04TAM Coming to Miami to take part in she ceremonies at the dinner will be Yael Dayan. noted 20-year-old Israeli author of the novel. New Face in the Mirror Miss Dayan. who recently arrived in the IS .n conjunction with the publication •JI her book, will make the Miami ...t her only speaking engage%  nent in this country. Both Cantor and Oritt brought ;o iheir post.as general chairmen %  J{ the Greater Miami Israel Bond ommk.ee "notable records of achievement in business, civic and philanthrope endeavors. accord o dinner chairman Hecht. Cantor is one of the best known realty men in Florida. On a national scale, his influence has b?en establishment of huge shopp '"g centers, theater operations and the building of warehouses, as well as in the insurance business. Prior to coming to Miami, Oritt was vice president of the national Diana Store chain. Although he intended to retire from active business life, his energy soon found him back in business as head of the DwyerBaker Corporation, one of the largest manufacturers of mai chines and tool dyes in the South. Miss Dayan. guest speaker at [ the dinner. i> the daughter of Israels former Defense Chief of Staff, Gen. Moshe Dayan. Miss Dayan is a native Israeli. Her maternal grandparents, long-time J finta a Wm iuM, are noted citizens. Her gnadjaoajaer is an education socialist, and her grandfather ian attornej Hr paternal grandfather, whose name is synonymous with Nahalal. Israel's prize cooperative farm, ia member of Kno--et Her mother. Ruth, is the dynamic head of Maskit, the company aiming at developing immigrant home handier., At present. Mis* Dayan helps to support herself as a ioumelist and as a writer in the publicity dapertaie n l of the Israel Government Tourist Corporation. At the age of 14. she began to write for the press Her first arti ele appeared in the widely-read afternoon paper. Ma'ahv. She has also written extensively for children's magazines. Miss Dayan spent her childhood in Nahalal. but as the Army posted her father to various commands, she divided her high school educaamong Israels three main cities. Jerusalem. Tel Aviv and Haifa. 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>ber 16. 1959 *Jplst> HrrkH-ir nsriNC SttVt USTU )ar ldon ivah of Robert, son of Irs. Irving Sheldon, 1914 dr., will take place durjay morning services, [of North Shore Jewish labbi Mayer AbramoDfficiate. Robert attends Junior High, and is a stugraduating class of the Dre religious school. • • • Lester Friedman [Leon Kronish will, offibe Bar Mitzvah of Lester Friedman Saturday, Oct. brople Beth Sholom. [is the son of Mrs. Artie 2301 Alton rd., and the [Friedman. He is a stuhe Beth Sholom confirmaof 5721. %  • • Steve Kleinmen Cleinman will.become Bar during Saturday morn* ices, Oct. 17, of Kneseth ftngregation. Rabbi Davidwill officiate. Steve is of Mr. and Mrs. George Reception in his honor beld Saturday, 7 p.m., at Roc hotel. • • • Benjamin Stone Emanu-El will be the tie Bar Mitzvah of Benjaae on the second day of Sunday, Oct. 18. Rabbi chrman will officiate. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred I Benjamin attends eighth It Palmetto Junior High in |mi, and is a student in the school of Temple EmanuEl. He is one of four brothers, I wo of whom were also Bar Mitzvah there. His father is a member of the Temple's board of directors, and Mrs. Stone is on the Sisterhood board. Reception for family and friends will be held Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stone. • • Christine Alter Christine Stephanie Alter will beoome Bas Mitzvah during Saturday morning services, Oct. 17, of Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish, will officiate. Stephanie is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Alter, 9421 E. Broadview dr. She is a member of the Beth Sholom confirmation class of 5721. Zionists Plan Installation Fete Recently-elected officers and board of the Miami Beach District of the Zionist Organization of America will be installed at a dinner dance Sunday evening, Nov. 8, at the Hibiscus Masonic Lodge, according to Albert E. Ossip, president. 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Koppel, who for the last several years has held El Al's top post in the U.S. Koppel has been reassigned to become a special assistant to the managing director of El Al at the company's head offices in Israel. Galezer is no newcomer to the United States. He has spent several years in the company's New York offices, first as representative of the Ministry of Transport and Communications, and later as El Al's manager of finance and administration. In 1956, he was appointed to the post of deputy managing director in Israel. Galezer was born and educated in Jerusalem, and had his first contact with aviation as executive assistant to the late David Remez, first Minister of Transport of the State of Israel, and the man who was responsible for the creation of a national airline for Israel. During the country's War of Independence, he served as an officer in Israel's Army. He is married, and the father of two children, aged 12 and 8. Hillel Concert Series to Open Dr. Donald D. Michelson, director of the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation at the University of Miami, has announced a series of eight musical events open to students and faculty of the university and free to the public. The events will be presented by the music director of Hillel House, Robert Strassburg, who recently returned from a tour of Colombia, where he was the first American conductor to direct the Orquesta Sinfonica de Colombia in a series of three orchestral concerts, as well to lead the orchestra in its first nationwide television concert. The series will consist of four illustrated lectures and four concerts, and will start on Sunday evening at 8:15 p.m. The series includes: Oct. 18, lecture, "The Power of Music in Jewish Life;" Nov. 22, concert, Hillel Sinfonietta; Dec. 13, lecture, "From Mendelssohn to Schoenberg—A Century of Emanucipation;" Jan. 10, lecture, "Music of Israel Today: Lavry, Ben Chayim, Weiner, Sternberg." 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tober 16, 1959 fJenisii fkrkttenn Page 5 ***> Kidney Gluckman (left) and Mrs. Joseprn Shapiro, presfcf the Miami Beach chapter of Hadassah, discuss a symJD led by Mrs. Gluckman on "The World We Have—The We Want" at a recent chapter meeting. Panelists were "imuel Sakrais, president of the Florida region, Mrs. Krieger Fink, and Mrs. Milton Sirkin. ton Marks Newspaper Week fAGO—The more than 10,000 MI daily and weekly newshrf America, their publishJtors and staff, and the Nalilitorial Assn. were given 'recognition here this week .N.'.Vs fall meeting in the is hotel in observance of ening of the 20th anniver> National Newspaper Week, to 21. Ration presented to NBA fcnt VV. W. Schergens, Tell fand.) News publisher, by IE. McNeil, Tenessee Press ^manager, irotrt Knoxvilie, Vnting 'the National NewspVeek committee and NcwsAssn. Managers, Inc., founDl the annual observance, the recognition was 'for deservice in upholding and ving these traditional and icntal. American rights: Freedom of religion, freedom of speech, freedom of enterprise, and freedom of the press." 'KTorts in nearly every state to hide news, cover up inefficiency and corruptness, and pass legislation to hurt the public, newspapers and our free press have been strongly oppo.-ed by courageous newspapermen acting in behalf oi the general public,' .McNeil explained. He said, "The price of liberty and freedom is indeed eternal vig.lance by newspapers and the public, working toge.hci. Without the public's right to know what goes on in their government and without freedom of expression and the lrecdom of newspapers to print the truth, there cwlJ-and would -be no real freedom ior the individual in America." Beach Hadassah Meetings Monday Louis D. 3randeis group of Hadassah will have its meeting on Monday at the Fontainebleau hotel at 11:30 a.m. Program of interest is being planned. < %  • "• C •' %  '• %  Deborah group will have a member-bring-a-member luncheon at the home of Mrs. Charles Graubart, 8908 Irving ave., at 12 noon on Monday. • Herri group will meet at the Eden Roc hotel Monday. Dessert and coffee will be served, followed by a preview film of French-Israeli fashions. A musical program will present Mrs. Theresa Grossberg, oi the Opera Guild of Greater Miami. She will be accompanied by Mrs. Jack Katzman. • • Israeli group will meet at the Algiers hotel at 12 noon on .Monday. Refreshments will be served, followed by a program. • Esther group will hold its mect%  ing atethe Fontainebleau hotel at 1 p.m. on Monday. Education Forum will be on the program. • • Emma Lazarus group will hold its meeting at the Washington Federal Bank bldg., Normandy Isle, at 12:30 p.m. on Monday. Special refreshments will be served. This will be a paid-up membership party, including a Sukkoth skit. • • Hanr.a Senesch group will hold its meeting at the Saxony hotel at 12 noon on Monday. Guest speaker will be Mrs. Henry Wernick. She will discuss "Ye Shall Dwell ill Booths." • • Shaloma group will have an installation brunch Monday at 12 noon at the Barcelona hotel. Mrs. Milton Sirkin will be installing officer. • • Henrietta Sxc'd group will hold its meeting at the Algiers hotel at 12:30 p.m. on Monday. Mrs. A. Grunhut will be guest speaker. • Stephen S. Wise group will hold its meeting at the Deauville hotel at 12:30 p.m. on Monday. Refreshments will be served, followed by a membership skit, "A New Kind of Magic." Also scheduled are a Sukkoth program and community singing. Women's Division of the Chamber of Commerce of Surfsid Bal Harbour and Bay Harbor Islands is the recipient of t'r third prize for services rendered to their communities for estc lishing a public library there. Showing their Honorable Me tion certificates given by the Miami Herald are Mrs. WillieMaxwell, president, and Mrs. Rhea Cashman Gladwin, he orary founder president. The library is at 222 95th st., Surfsic' Hotels Have Kosher Facilities looki BRAND NEW! SWISS CAMEMBERT ^>y the makers of Swiss Knight Cheese. Now, a pure pasteurized process Camembert so firm you can slice it, nibble it! Never gets "runny" or over-ripe! 6 delicious foil-wrapped wedges. Needs no efrigeration! Try it! At your grocer's now! DIET FACTS: NO shorted ?r$m Golf Finals on Air Play-by-play coverage of the Florida Professional Golf Assn. championship finals will be aired Sunday by WCKR Radio direct from Naples Beach Club. 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Page 16-A %  If* ist FkrHfor Nasser in 'Program'for Mid-Edtf i :o Uriel Arab if the two rides wowM agree He was ma %  miatimt oa by Israel at the UN %  the week to nijnli 4mm of .11 TV New York Tiaes described toe aaojiunl ot oae which based oo a f alse premise and iseres toe forts aod renames of the Toe Times added, bewtool whale toe Nasser offer ,.,, M, wmn ha sidesteps the chat ^ *^ be was ant eo.ld hm eu ike ham* ellm at m The Se j W far nsm^amV^I had ailed to of Arab h> '*" oir.nl Call JE MS5J UFE-AIR Ml Cash I 350 Lmcamla, 1 SwHa IN Miami Booch, Ftahk] mi DllNBI Philly Rabbis Challenge Closing Cenhnued from Pay* 1A Aaendmects to the Coosttatsoa -terferms wtth the free exercise af relitwa They saad they closed their stores in observance of the Jewish Sabbath and were unduly penalized because me law reamres them to close on Scwday as well The five Jewish storekeepers are be,ag represented without fee by attorneys attire in tne Americas Jeo.sa Coofress. lecently. Peecsylvaaia *renthened the penalties for ***ations of as Sunday ctoaaas Uw. based on a statate datiae back to DM The new Uw speofacaUy bans the sale of certam items on Sunday and increases the petahy for vmlrlaani from a %  ***wnwm of four dollars to Sim. •* %  J-l tones of M days for each saie Don't put it off put it on Re-Roof 3 WtlTTiM wUAIANTtl w UCBO f, MSUB1D ft FATwmWrS MtAMCP •AT row saner "•• %  MBwamwaanmnmhnmnmnmmnnmnmnmnmnmnwwwanwamwm VNlien you open a savings account at Flagler Federal youll receive one of these beautiful gifts* Free, *•*- WJTH NEW ACCOUNTS OF >250 OR MORK 1 ojaaatfif!uImn C TE ,^ ECHRON CW^K with adiwatable ahum... Accurate ui r mwSVcATh > £ BY U ^-^Wu^ l uf'-^^ S r^Sy"?. PE T^ TO BATHROOM SCALE -New nouvukwl -twmd rabber" not *-<*• • h iae ta ul bathro u m white. WITH NEW ACCOUNTS OF *100 OR MORE ?f^ !" FUL W PC SET OF CHINA • 1-PC. TABLEWARE SET • MIRRO ELECTRIC COFFEE PERCOLATOR •• "SKYBALL" CLASSES • UK COFftf •iwa-twf "Jf-CALLON SKOTCH JUG • QUART THERMOS BOTTLE L^ jLI! ,AMSF ER OF F "NDS from mrr-kme i. the L^J U^ t lra1iaVL m dw^ "a.ccmrifKMf. tf ri m jm I T m F OOAISMIKS 4 n u IWHAICE WK>US\U OX M321 Re-Roofing 6 Repairing M7 H.W. 75ts, ST I FLAGLER FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI • Ft "^^^o!7u^ ONil nmnmnmhwmnmmaw



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October 16, 1959 *Jewish HcrHlar W^" ^^; %  1 £^H m Tffl I X % '* Page 3-B r ts. Max Weilz (left), chairman of the Women's Division for lael BondB, receives an award from Rep. James Roosevelt, [California, for her "outstanding service" on behalf of the ble of Israel. Looking on is Mrs. Frances Katzman, chairman I testimonial luncheon at which the presentation was made kt Wednesday in the Eden Roc hotel. More than 250 Greater %  ami women leaders paid tribute to Mrs. Weitz at the lunchin. Rep. Roosevelt was a principal speaker. re Membership Coffee Tennessee Chief Exec to Speak Sscayne chapter of the AmeriMcdical Center at Denver, D. was to hold a membership lee and maternity fashion show jirsday, 8 p.m., at the Balmoral (1. Co-chairmen are Mrs. David imiT. 17600 NE 2nd ave., and s. Allen Winner, 17130 NE 3rd t noro/i Chapter Card Party lenorah chapter of B'nai B'rith ^men held a card party at the Ore Club hotel on Tuesday, ac^d:ng to Mrs. Mildred Freman, president and chairman of lys and means. lome Auxiliary hedules Party Jreater Miami Auxiliary, JewHome for the Aged, is giving first birthday party of the seals for the residents of the Home. [The party was to take place at Duglas Gardens, 151 NE 52nd St., i Thursday, at 8 p.m. Mrs. Louis Makovsky, program hairman, has arranged the proram. Mrs. Sol Silverman, president, was to greet guests and bos tsses for the evening. Gov. Frank Clements of Tennessee will be guest speaker at the Bay Harbor Islands Bal Harbour dinner on behalf of Mt. Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami, which will take place Nov. 23 at the Americana hotel, according to an announcement by Tom Kravitz, dinner chairman. Mrs. Nat Waldman Wednesday accepted the chairmanship of the women's committee for the dinner, with Mrs. Lester Arkin to act as her co-chairman. The women's committee will meet Oct. 19 at the new Hospital for a progress report, while the men's committee will convene Oct. 25. Shepard Broad, Mayor of Bay Harbor Islands, is honorary chairman of the event. Torah Group Hears Report Torah group of Hadassah held a card party at the Knights of Pythias Hall, 4601 W. Flagler st, on Tuesday noon. President Mrs. H. Oilman gave her report on the national convention which she attended last month in St. Louis. -i KEEP WALTER J. "HACK" McLELLAN ON THE HIALEAH CITY COUNCIL "PROVEN LEADERSHIP" + Safety for Our School Children -*c Appointment of a City Beaut if icat ion Board -* Stepped-up Beautification Program Continued Cooperation with Metro %  ft Positive Elimination of Spot Zoning Appointment of a Zoning Director •% Further Industrial Development VOTE FOR MACK PULL LEVER 15 A Pd. Pol. Adv. GRADE / SERVING GREATER MIAMI A A* 1 ? PRODUCTS CHILDREN NEED Homogenized Vitamin "D" Milk PHONE IE 1-5537 MM K CRtAM ICECREAM BB Chapters in Varied Programs First birthday parly and paidup membership tea will be held by Sunshine chapter of B'nai B'rith Women at the Americana hotel on Wednesday at 1 p.m. Fashions by Martha's will be featured on the. .program, with guests including Mrs. Gerald Sofiz? president of District 5, B'nai B'rith Women, and Mrs. Alfred Reich, first vice president. Sunshine chapter is also planning a card party for Monday at the First Federal Savings and Loan Assn. bldg., 900 NE 125th st. • • North Dade chapter will hold the second half of its two-part program on protection against polio and tetanus on Wednesday at the North Dade Jewish Center. From 7:30 to 9:30 p.m., physicians and nurses will administer vaccines at nominal cost. The first part of the program Sept. 30 provided care for some 100 persons. • • Creative genius will be on display Thursday evening, Oct. 22, at the Chateau motel. This will be in the form of a "Mad Hatter's" contest as a special feature of a membership affair sponsored by Shoshana chapter of B'nai B'rith Women. In charge of information is Mrs. Newton Hofstadter, membership chairman. • • • Harmony chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will hold a member-bringa-member party at the home of Mrs. Irving Laibson, president, 8230 Hawthorne ave., on Tuesday evening. The film, "Building for the Future," which describes the work of B'nai B'rith, will be shown. Mrs. Jerome Robinson, who heads leadership training here, and Mrs. Norman Reinhard, chapter service officer, will also speak. Mrs. Morris Hinden is membership vice president. Ad Club Hears Speaker In recognition of National Newspaper Week, Oct. 15 to 21, the Advertising Club of Greater Miami had Edward H. Burgeson as its guest speaker on Wednesday at the McAllister hotel. Burgeson is retail vice president of the Bureau of Advertising of the American Newspaper Publisher's Assn. The subject of his talk was "Your Newspaper—Freedom's Textbook." PUCE YOUR ORDER EARLY "Exotic flowert Mean More" FOR Greenhouse FRESH Flowers for that Special Remembrance "AT REASONABLE fKKtS" LARGE and COMPUTE SELECTION FOR 1HI HOLIDAYS THE EXOTIC GARDENS, Inc. FLAGLER STRICT BRIDGE FR 4-0596 607 LINCOLN RD., MIAMI REACH JE 2-3361 2790 N.W. 17th AVENUE NE 5-4516 CORAL 6ABUS, MO 5-5423 II SO. FEDERAL HWY. (Ft. Laudcrdalt) JA 3-4305 See* Meweri fty Wire MferMwMe FOR ALL MIXED DRINKS BURDINE'S



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:tober 16. 1959 +Jewish Fkx-kHain oNAL CHILD i R p l A C Ho Pag 3-A World Jewry Nearing 13 Million Wold, 8-year-old Miamian, who is a rheumatic heart e patient at National Children's Cardiac .Hospital, pre3 Geld Seal Certificate of Merit to Merle N. Vaught, 9th :t vice president of the Florida Junior Chamber of Cornwhile Richard I. Berenson, president of the hospital, n. Jaycees from throughout the district voluntarily rethe hospital buildings recently, some traveling as far miles round trip to help with the work. Paint, scaffoldind steam cleaning services were also contributed to the institution, the country's only completely free, non-sechospital devoted to the diagnosis and treatment of latic heart disease in children. NEW YORK —There are about 12,082,000 Jews in the world, living in 119 lands and territories, according to a new survey prepared by the World Jewish Congress Infstitute of Jewish AffairsTlere'."" The survey actually covers 122 lands, but three, Jordan, Saudi Arabia and Mauritius, contain no Jews. In a preface to the 70-page "Survey of the Jewish Communities of the World," Dr. Nehemiah Robinson, of New York, director of the Institute of Jewish Affairs, states that the study is based on recent information whenever possible "received from or checked by" the local representative Jewish body. Dr. Robinson points out, however, that "most of the figures are estimates because in only a few cases do official census data exist." The survey lists 6,176,000 In the Americas, 5,260,000 of them in the United States of America; 3,273,500 in Europe, of whom "there are about 2,006,000 persons registered as Jews in the Soviet Union within its present boundaries; 2,006,400 in Asia, including 1,822,361 in Israel; 560,906 in all Africa; and 64,500 in Australasia. Apart from Jordan, Saudi Arabia and Mauritius, where there are no Jews, the smallest Jewish population in the world is in Basutoland where, the survey states, "there [Adds to Staff le new salesmen were Wedpy added to the staff of Luby jlet. according to Sam Luby, psidenl. They are Sid Rosen, Jrooks and Jerry Brown. AIT bad long experience in Chev[salcs in South Florida, Luby Shut in Nazareth 1o Rehearse kkmen's. Circle Chorus will ffor rehearsal Friday evening Washington ave. OLFERS Gain Confidence with IEW GRIPS All Styles Available iReshafting Rtfinishing JTA—By Direct Teletype Wire JERUSALEM — For the first time in 2,000 years, a synagogue wa opened in Nazareth last week. The synagogue, located in the center of Nazareth, was opened to meet the needs of immigrants settling in new homes erected in the area and for government officials' living in Nazareth. The services last week were the first in modern times. • • e Engel Urges U.S. Vigilance Continued from Page 1-A president of Brooklyn College. | West German participants includj ed representatives of the Christian i Democrats and the Social DemoI crate, as well as heads of two West German states and leading West German educators, he reported. are only two Jews, both high offi35,000; cials." USSR, There are no Jews in the Kingdom of Jordan, "nor are any admitted," Dr. Robinson'j. study recordS.TIddingT "There have never been any Jews in Saudi Arabia, nor are Jews admitted even in transit. Saudi Arabia even bars Jewish U. S. Army personnel from U. S. military bases in that country. Recently a Polish building contract was cancelled because among the Polish specialists sent there were allegedly some Jews." Mauritius is included in (he survey because of its role as a detention camp for "illegal" Jewish immigrants to Palestine. Among the 3,310,542 Jews of Europe r about "two million persons registered as Jews in the Soviet Union withm its present boundaries." The Soviet's largest Jewish settlements ere in Moscow, about 300,000; Leningrad, about 150,000; Kharkov and Odessa, about 106,000 each. Dr. Robinson notes "there are no Jewish communities or other representative bodies of the Jewish population, not even within the Communist Party, the Yevsektsia (Jewish Section of the Communist Party), having been liquidated before the last war." Next to the two million Jews in the USSR, the largest Jewish community in Europe is in Great Britain (450,000), followed by 300,000 in France and 200,000 in Rumania. According to the survey, there are in all 2.335,050 Jews within the Soviet sphere of influence: Albania, 200; Bulgaria, 6.000; Czechoslovakia, 17,000; East Germany, 1,850; Hungary, 75,000; Poland. Rumania, 2,000,000. 200.000; and the In the United States, according to the survey, there are about 2,UOlrJRJO Jews"trTGreater New York, 400,000 in Los Angeles, 330,000 in Philadelphia, 280,000 in Chicago, 150,000 in Boston, 88,000 in Cleveland, 80,000 in Baltimore, 75.000 in Detroit, and a similar number in Miami. %  M MM MHMI %  V MHMMfei "*" COINWORD is worth $240 this week. The Jewish Floridian Jackpot increased again, since no one came up with a correct solution to the last puzzle. COINWORD No. I 15 appears on Page 10-A today. Deadline is Sun1 day, midnight, Oct. 18. Mail your entry to COINWORD Editor, The Jewish Floridian, P.O. Box 2973, *Mlarhi 1, Fla. Remember, if you are a subscriber, you will receive an additional bonus prize. Foreign Currency Resorvos Up JERUSALEM — Israel currency reserves increased in the I April to August period, the first five months of the current fiscal I year, by $20 million to reach a | total of $165 million, Finance Minjister Levi Eshkol reported Tues1 day. "Like Chancellor Konrad Adenauer, with whom I discussed this problem last Thursday, there f many responsible leaders aware of the serious vacuum that exists in German education," Mr. Engel said. He added that it was clear "to all that this task of reeducation must be done by the Germans themselves, and cannot be done by outsiders." "While various attempts are being made at local an* state levels throughout Germany to improve foreign: the situation in the field of civic education and enlightening prejudice, a much more substantial effort is needed," he asserted. "The Germans themselves recognize that a general coordinated effort by the Federal Government, the various states, and non-governIt's all about THE FEMALE JUNGLE f HOPE LANGE STBUEN BOYO SUZY PARKER rMARTHfl HYER DIANE BAKER %  BRIAN AHERNE LOUIS JOURDAN JOAN CRAWFORD A/or" JfeCOMMFHMD Foe cHicDte* HTrCNO.TUr* MUST ** *CCO#lf*HltO BY /IN 40ULT THE BEST oF j EVERYTHING J Alterations FOFFS 1423 CORAL PONCE, GABLES He said this sum about equals me ntal bodies of leadership is still 11 one-third of Israel's annual foreign required." I [currency expenditures. Noting that "we hear much of He said Israels toreign debts to! anti Semitic attitudes and antitaled $596 million, including $345 Semitic incidents in £ !" V. million in Israel Independence and the AJC leader said We must Development Bonds. i continue to be vigilant M_the 1_ same time, we should pay increasing attention to and try to help those elements in Germany conscientiously striving to make democratic roots sink deeper into German soil." COLLINS AVI. A Open 1:45 GARY GRANT W !" EVA MARK SAINT, HUfMOHimcoca NORTH BY NORTHWEST CAMEO BTWASH AVI. AT 15* M. I. Open 1:43 25c to 6 Eve. 50c ••I4 am* "SEPARATE TABLES" "MEET ME US VEGAS ... end now AUSTIN BURKE •reseats FforiaVs loreest end newest se/eetleas for ffce reeaefe SfaeW. Short, husky, er tall free. 13 years and oWer AUSTIN BURKE'S own iContinental Look Carefully tailored with: Double Side Vent. • $lii Tosered Ponts • Hacking Packets V %  i %  > tim Cuffed Sleeves • Shorter Cutaway Jackets New Shipment* Daily Continental A Ivy ^pV?t.r n „ d .$aO50 SPORT $^Q5C SUITS %  ##• COATS M*T AUSTIN *S BURKE OPEN [MONDAY, THURSDAY I* FRIDAY NIGHTS T| L P.M. 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iober 16, 1959 +Jewlsli fhr/dian Page 13-A WEIK-lOtiG OBSERVANCE \day Evening Service Usher in Sukkoth ^S^S^l eVe niDg 8CrviCeS wiU this week nch the .f Sukkoth. Special services in observance of the holiday will eld Saturtay and Sunday in the Houses of Worship throughout feat. Sukkoth will continue through the following weekend celebration of Shmini Atzereth. weekend, KE8HURUN. 17080 Collina neervatlve. Cantor Jacob ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ava. Rabbi laaae Evar. s Friday 5:30 p.m. Satura.m. Sermon: "Sukkoth— bf i&xlle and Redemption." ._ honor Rev. and Mra. Soloenherger on their departure -•nla. Second day of Sukkoth l:3U a.m. Sermon: "Types in EMES. 2533 SW 19th ava. ative. Maxwall Sllbarman, lit. /ID. 2435 SW 3rd ava. Conve. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg. William W. Lipaon. :15 p.m. Sermon: "Statue old HryJe.". Firm day of Saturday 9 a.m. liar Ml:/. rld, iion of Mr. and Mra. nsenberg; Bruce, aon of Mr. Charles. Cromer. Sunday i)L. MO SW 17th ava. Orthodox. Solomon Schlff. l:30 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m. "Kukkoth — A Permanent hmcnt." Second day of 9uknday 8:30 a.m. Sermon: "Daya %  M ETH. 18250 NW 2nd ava. vativa. Rabbi David W. Her%  ntor Hyman Fain. :15 p.m. Sermon: "The Ancernacle in Modern Timee." a.m. Sermon: "The Ckiude lllory." Second day of Sukinday 9 a.m. Sermon: "The of Man in Relation to Nature." %  ISRAEL. Prairie ava. Orthrew C_ OHxeraation h ? 9 9 n; | g in •?? m T ^ fin^3 pn ^ijja n?l? ty rj| ,D-ploiK3 on feKiVpx.o^p-jDD^naai nx iirtfT ,tniso3 fi TOICI .3rn? Dlj?n ?xn &HBQ -a* ^3 *?y J : T I • T T T V T pftrpn pq$ pn xn n ,l ?'? 3 3 mrwnng |rn .^xnra tniDon ?a *?nnaa N 1 ? mn \t\tin ygiff ,nren Tl 'TTI IT J >nntf,n^K^rannnna .STO J13# HOH7C3 'VMli Sportsmen entire country talked about "eat (loss) of the Israel soctam in Poland. There were debates in the buses, the and in private homes. Persons who generally do J an inte rest in sports ex*d their opinion on the mat%  ne press gave It wide coverI 'Place), and two editorials 1 even written about it impression which the game •land made is only one of the I of the general interest in F in Israel. And this refers Fly to soccer. This year, for FP'e. an Israel basketball look part in an international *tition which took place in ">. Turkey. fished by Brit Ivrit Olamit) aaaaaaaVWaaaaaaaal ^^" %  %  %  eaeHBaaaaee CANDLELIGHTTNG TIME 14 Ttohri 5:29 pan. thodox. Rabbi H. Loui, Rottman. %  ?T. H n-Sf^H" VVaahin 0 ton r, \ 0r *, h0< 0,< *bbl Tibor Stern. ,J?? ntor M "rice Mamchea. iH Vd :t £ p ^ m Kl* 1 """ followa In the Sukkah. Saturday 8:30 am Sermon: Security and Shelter." Second day of Sukkoth Sunday 8:30 a.m. sermon: "The Harvest of Life." Worahlppera will be provided with Ullav and Karog. *fJil RAp HAeTL.*~is NW 3rd ava. Orthodox. •fJH TFILA*HrSS~"i u clid ava. Or. thodox. Rabbi Joaaph E. Rackovaky. i0 ,RAL WAY~"jBWI8H CENTER. p -?-.Box 34-5t4, Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Mrst day of Sukkoth Saturday 9 a.m. at Everglades Elementary School, 8375 SW 16th st. Bar Mitavah: Allan, aon of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Grossman. Sunday 9 a.m. 3ADE HEIGHTS CENTER. 18180 NW 2nd ave. Conaervativa. Cantor EmanUal Mandel. FLAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW 51 at pl. Conaervativa. Rabbi Barnard Shoter. Cantor Frad Bernataln. Friday 5:45 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "The Meaning: of Sukkoth." Second day of Sukkoth 9 a.m. Sunday. Sermon: "The Time of Our Uladneaa.'' FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801 E. Andrewt ave. Reform. Rabbi Marlua Ranaon. Cantor Sherwin Lavina. HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 8th at. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander Groaa. Friday 5:45 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m. Sermon: "Sukkoth -Jewish Thanksgiving Festival." Second day of Sukkoth Sunday 8:30 a.m. Sermon: "l!eJolclng with the Almighty." %  a —. HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1150 W. 88th at.. Palm HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 2030 Polk at. Conaervative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Canaar-Yefeudah Heilbrdun. I8RAELITE CENTERT3175 SW 24th tar. Conaervativa. Rabbi Morton Malavaky. Cantor Louis Cohen. Friday. 5:45 pirn." % turd a v 8:45 a,m. Sermon: "Mranltjg er'JfcikJinth." Second day cif Sukkoth Sunday S;45 aim. Sermon: "Teas! of Booths." KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Seif. Friday E SO p.m^Flrat (lay of Sukkoth Saturdav S:30 am, "Sermon: "Clouds of niory." Mar Mltxvah: 8teV8, eon of Mr. and Mrs. <>e.irg.Klefnmnn. Second day of Sukkoth Sunday :3" a.m. Sermon: "The 1'arts of the Jewish Nation." MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION. 1101 SW 12th ava. Orthodox. Rabbi Herachell Saville.Cantor Joaaph Salzman. Friday 5:45 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m Harmon: "llehold —A .tyracle." Second day of Sukkoth Sunday 9 a.m. Sermon: "Enjoying the Mitavah." MONTICELLO PARK. 184th at. and NE 11th ave. Conaervativa. Rabbi Max Lipahitz. Frldav 5:45 p.m. First day of Sukkoth Saturdav 8:45 a.m. Sermon: '•Religion for I'ae." ItajMitavah: Richard, aon of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Coff; Barry. aon of Mr. and Mrs. Hy Bloom. Second day of Sukkoth Sunday 8:45 a.m. Sermon: "Character by Association' NORTH DADeT~CENTER. 1S8J0 W. Dixie hwy. Conaervativa. Rabbi Hanry Okollca. • Cantor Herman Marchbein-Marbiny Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "We are Building Homea." First dxy of Sukkoth Sfelurday 9 a.m. Second day Sunday 9 a.m. NORTH SHORE CENTER. 820 76th at Conaervativa. RabW Mayer Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. Frldav 8 I'm lirat ^diy of Sukkoth Saturdav 8:45 a.m. #8ermon: stars Overhead." Bar Mitavah: Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. lrvlag Sheldon. Sunday 8:45 a.m. SenaTOoJ! "In the Footprints of Time." Judean Award "in recognition of the essential role to which parents, as well as Scouts are delegated, to foster the practice of the basic Scout law of reverence," goes to Rabbi Morris Skop, spiritual leader of Temple Judea. Ceremonies were at a recent Court of Honor held by Troop 64 of the Temple. Left to right are Mac Glasser, chairman of the Troop committee; Rabbi Skop; Victor Reiter, Temple Judea president; and HarryCohen, Troop religious counselor. Cantor Herman Gottlieb invoked the opening prayer. Dan Brody, chairman of advancement, presented Merit badges, and Scoutmaster Bernhardt Chesman greeted guests. College of Jewish Studies to Open Here; Bureau Inaugurates No. Dade Branch The College of Jewish Studies of the Bureau of Jewish Education will open for registration on Oct. 28 and 29. The college will be a training school for Jewish teachers, with branches at the Bureau of Jewish Education bldg., 135 NW 3rd ave., and at the Congregation of Monticello Park, 1060 NE 164th St. The Bureau branch will hold its first session on Oct. 28, offering courses in "Biblical Jewish History," "Basic Judaism," "Reform Orientation," "Elementary and Intermediate Hebrew." The Bureau branch will also offer a course on "Reading Rediness in the Pre-School Program," beginning Jan. 13, 1960, and a complete department for the training of Hebrew teachers towards the examination of the National Board of License of the American Assn. for Jewish Education. The Hebrew department of the college will offer subject areas in Bible and modern Hebrew literature. The Central branch of the college will also offer two courses in "Teaching Methods," on Friday afternoons. The course in "Teaching Methods in the Hebrew School" will meet at 2:30 p.m. on Fridays, and the course in "Teaching Methods in the Sunday School" will meet on Friday at 3:30 p.m. The staff of the college at the Central Branch includes Louis Schwartzman, Herbert Berger and Dr. Nathaniel Soroff, Bureau staff members. Meyer Samberg, Benjamin Udoff, Dr. Joseph Zuckerbram and Dr. Joseph Hurwitz. Dr. Heszel Klepfish will lecture before the Hebrew teachers of Greater Miami in a six-week seminar beginning Nov. 5. The North Dade Branch of the college will hold its sessions at Monticello Park on Thursday evenings. Courses offered include "Elementary Hebrew," "Basic Judaism," "Judaism — Creed and Life," and "Medieval and Modern Jewish History." The faculty includes Rabbi David Herson, of Beth Emeth Congregation; Rabbi Max Lipschitz, Congregation of Monticello Park; Rabbi Samuel Jaffee. Temple Beth El, Hollywood; Rabbi Bermo Wallach, Temple Sinai; Abraham J. Gittel&on, Meyer Samberg and Dr. Donald Michaelson, of the Hillel Foundation. Some of the courses offered by the college are in collaboration with the South Florida Council of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. The courses are open to all teachers or potential teachers in the Jewish schools of Greater Miami. The I first isemWter f the college will close on Feb. 3 and 4, to reopen for a second semester on Feb. 10 and 11. The college is sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish .Education, a constituent tfgeney of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. B'nai Sholom Will Dedicate Building; Smothers to Talk Florida Sen. George Smathers is sefaaduled to address some 400 persons who will attend the dedication of the new Temple B'nai Sholom building at 16800 NW 22nd ave. on Sunday morning, 10 a.m. The teaching staff of the Temple religious school under the direction of Rabbi Sheldon Edwards, which includes 11 teachers and six assistant teachers, with Mrs. David Horowitz as principal, will be formally invested at the dedication ceremonies. The 200 pupils of the religious school will participate in the Sunday morning affair. Plaques will be dedicated in honor of the following: Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kirschner, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Kravitz, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Fried land, Mr. and Mrs. Sam J. Heiman, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cohen, Mr. and Mrs. William Kline, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Cohen, Mr. and Mrs. William A. Weintraub, Mr. end Mrs. Israel Friedman, and the parents of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Sol Iowa y. A second plaque will be dedicated to the past presidents of the congregation, Sisterhood, and Men's Club. Rabbi Edwards will speak on "The Search." He will be assisted in the ceremonies by Cantor Ben Grossberg and the Temple choir under the direction of Mrs. Terry Grossberg. Edward May will be at the organ. The dedication ceremony will be part of the Temple's Sukkoth service. Architect of the new building was H. Maxwell Parish. General contractor was Harry De Francesco. Sukkoth Party Monday Sisterhood of Beth Jacob Synagogue will hold a Sukkoth party Monday evening, according to Mrs. Anne Baida, president. Beth Israel Pupils Honored Pupils of the Hebrew school of Beth Israel Congregation were honored at a consecration ceremony sponsored by the Beth Israel Sisterhood at a meeting Tuesday evening. Awards and prizes were presented by Rabbi H. Louis Rottman, spiritual leader. Rabbi Stanley Weiss, education director, and Mrs. T. B. Landesman, youth liaison chairman. Mrs. Alexander Moscovits, program chairman, revealed that Mis. Samuel Zaager, adult education chairman, conducted an "intellectual charm school" followed by a group discussion. Members of the Sisterhood celebrating their birthdays during the month of October were honored and served as hostesses. Mrs. George Hechter, Sisterhood president, led an inspection tour of the specially-constructed Sukkah decorated with the seasonal trimmings symbolic of the Sukkoth holiday. day 10 a.m. Sukkoth and conaecratlon aervlce for new children. 1646 folk at., Rabbi Samuel SOUTHWEST CENTER. 8438 SW 8th at. Conaervativa. Rabbi Maurice Klein. Friday *:Si> p.m. Sermon: "A Time | for Reflection." Saturday and snndav Sukkoth aervlcea a.m., with the rrilted Bynagoarue Youth participating. TEMPLE BETH AM. S50 N. Kendall dr., S Miami. Rofarm Raobl Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charlee Kodner. Friday Sukkoth 8:15 p.m. Sermon: •What la Our Sukkah ForT' SaturTEMPLE BETH EL. Hollywood. Reform. Jaffa. TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1726 Monroe at Conaervativa Rabbi Samuel Lerer. Cantor Erneei Schreiber. Friday Sukkoth mrvlce 8 p.m. Saturday a.m. Bar Mitavah: William. eon of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman CJoodatein. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chaa< ava. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kroniab Cantor Davlo Convlaar. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Tbe Joy of Judaism." Saturday 1(1:45 a.m l.u Mitavah: Lester, son of Mrs. Artie Friedman. Baa Mitavah: Christine Stephanie, daughter of Mr. and MrFrank Alter. Sukkoth obttervanoe with I.uav and Earog ceremonda, TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd ava. Conaervativa. Rabb> Sheldon Edwarda. Cantor Ban Qroaa berg. Friday 8 p.m. Sermon: "Tabernacle— Sanctuary." Oneg Shalibat follows. Saturday 9:30a.m. Berraon: "Wander. rs silll Besond day of Sukkoth Minriay 9:30 a.m. Sermon: "The h." TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Waahing. TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 881 Flamingo Way, Canaarvativa. Rabbi Lao Heim. Friday 6 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "The. Sukkah Speaks to Modern Man." Second day of Sukkoth 9 a TO Sunday. Sermon: "Sukkoth — A I'llgrimage Festival." TEMPLE ZIOrtT' 6720 SW 17th at. Conaervativa. Rabbi Alfred Winman. Cantor Jacob tioldfarb. Friday 6 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. S. rmoii: "We All Dwell in BootlM." Second day of Sukkoth Sunday 9 a.m. -.Moon "The SiS'iiflcaiice of the Lulav t'iuater." TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Mianv ave Conaervative. Rabbi Harry L. Lawrence. Cantor Albert Glantz. Friday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "Ye Shall Dwell in Bootha." Oneg Bnabhat follows. Saturday and Sunday Sukkoth .%  iv irt-s 9 a.m. e —— TORAH TEMPLE. 1254 Weat ave Traditional. Rabbi Abraham Caaaal YOUNG ISRAEL. 16750 MR 10'h av. Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. Friday %  :!."> p.m. First day of Sukkoth Saturday 9 a.m. Set mon: "This. Our s. ..iirl day of Sukkoth Sunday V a.m. Sermon: "The Joya.of Judaism." ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44 Za mora ave. Conaervativa. Rabbi B ton ava. Conaervative. Rabbi Irving Lahrman. Canter laraal Reich. Friday 6 p.m. Flrat and second days of Sukkoth Saturday and Sunday 9 a.m. Sunday Bar Mitavah: Benjamin, son of Mr. and Mia. Alfred Stone. TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE tth at. Reform. Rabbi Joaaph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bornateia. Friday 7:30 p.m. Rellgioua achool'H 800 student body to participate In Sukkoth observance. tlifta of fruit and money for patients at the National Children'a t'ardlac Hospital. Itabbl Narot to preach. Saturday Sukkoth observance 11 a.m. e TEMPLE JUOEA. 320 Patermo ava. Liberal. Rabbi Morria Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. Friday 8:18 p.m. Itabbl to preach In the Temple's 40-foot Sukkah. Saturdav Iflnyonalra .service i a.m. Temple service 1::I0 a.m. Second day of Sukl.oih il-o at 9 and 10:30 a in a TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th at. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Samuel Gomberg. I |i m Saturday and Sunday. first and second day of Sukkoth. 8:15 a.m. Kiddush follows each service In the Sukkah. e TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 11108 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Banna M. Wallach.



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\. October 16. 1959 *Jenis!h tkrUkui Page 9-A LING UP HIS SLEEVES FOR PHILANTHROPY jed from Preceding Page Iged, the Bureau of Jewish it ion, Jewish Family and ri-n's Service, and Jewish tional Service, it was in addisclosed. beneficiaries which look to Federation for cash support are the Baron de Hirsch Loan Fund. Newcomers Service of the National Council ol Jewish Women, and a numbe* of communi'y rela-* tions and defense agencies. long other local and national The CJA cash drive is scheduled to open officially on Oct. 26, according to Kislak. However, due to the emergency, he urged Miamians to send in advance cash payments to the Federation office, 424 Lincoln In., Miami Beach, to get the campaign rolling. -Members of the cash drive committee will be named shortly, Kislak said. Volunteers Will Receive Thanks Greater Miami Will say "thank j paign cabinet, and all volunteers you" to the thousands of volunto attend the event. tcers in the 1959 Combined Jewish Appeal at a campaigners' party Nov. 5 at the Algiers hotel. Jack Carncr, 1959 campaign chairman, has invited division chairmen, members of the camner. The program will include presentation of awards. tr program and attendance committee for the celebration will be named shortly, according to Carf e brought them together... Now let's give them a fresh startw ith cash • • AN OPEN LETTER FROM JAY I. KISLAK: For 85,000 immigrants of former years, still idling their lives away in gloom and stagnation of Israel's pathetic shanty towns — the ma'abarpt — YOUR CASH means moving them out into simple, decent homes and a chance to lead lives of usefulness, self-sufficiency, and'self-respect... ... Let's meet their needs with cash and deeds For the 300,000 other immigrants of recent years — including 130,000 living in Israel's 500 farm villages — YOUR CASH means new facilities, new farm equipment,schoolsfortheyoungsters,maintenance of vocational services and retraining programs — all designed to help them earn their way and become useful citizens of Israel... ...Let's meet their needs with cash and deeds IN GREATER MIAMI — MORE THAN 55.000 MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN ARE HELPED ANNUALLY BY CJA HEALTH. WELFARE AND SERVICE AGENCIES. ... Let's meet their needs with cash and deeds Sincerely, JAY I. KISLAK, Cash Chairman MAKE YOUR PLEDGE AND PAY YOUR PLEDGE -NOW! CJA CASH WEEK Oct. 26 to Nov. 3rd Remember your Combined Jewish Appeal supports the UNITED JEWISH APPEAL and a network of local and national social service, health, education and welfare agencies. COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL of Greater Miami / have read your advertisement explaining the need for cash tosustain programs oi aid in Israel and 25 other lands and am happy to enclose my check for $ fulfilling {all) (part) of my pledge to our local campaign in behalf of the United Jewish Appeal and other causes. NAME ADDRESS Make checks payable to: COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL 424 Lincoln Lane, Miami Beach 39, Fla.



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r, October 16. 1959 vJewlsHhrkitor) Page 11-A vups Reveal Statement for Nikita ;ontinud from Page 1 A tment, which was supported Ificials in both executive and Dative branches of the Govlent. Dc necessities of the situation such as to make ongoing reel news, as to steps taken, i ;-ab!c Now it can be stated it had been agreed to limit Inumber of the delegation to and that the organizations indeed reached substantial pment on the five. Then it beclear that Mr. Khrushchev :M not find time for the meetEarlier the organizations had j %  ed common ground as to [lu-ions concerning the posiof Soviet Jewry as follows: The estimated number of Is in the Soviet Union is aplmately 3,000,000 and the Goviient of the USSR has always irded them as a distinct nail and religious group. 2. However, despite the de re recognition of their status, Jews are the only religious tup which has no nationwide ligious association. There is comprehensive fe d eration of fish communities. As the Soauthorlties themselves deI the existence of such a fed|>ation as a condition for the orLnized construction, supervision ad maintenance of houses of ^ayer, and for the manufacture Rd distribution of articles of rejious worship, the denial of the of federation suffocates he effective operation of Jewish • ligious life, even in the Conines open to other religions. f'Jews are not permitted to main|n religious associations with iish religious organizations outJe the Soviet Union, such as the lationship permitted between the kssian Orthodox Church and the arid Council of Churches. Soviet are not permitted to teach %  eir children the Hebrew lanpa-c, without which Jewish reJious observance is impossible Ir them. While some synagogues Ive been allowed to function on local basis, there have been disirbmg reports in recent months, pen in this regard. There is aupcniic information of the closing synagogues and prayer groups i number of provincial cities. 3. From the point of view of roup culture, the position of the BWS in the Soviet Union has detriorated sharply in the past 20 tears. In the 1930's, Soviet Jews lad a widespread system of culiiral and educational institutions the Yiddish language, including chools, theaters, newspapers, a arge literary output, cultural and Miami Mayor Robert King High proclaims United Nations Day on Oct. 24 as Harold Barkas (left) and Hy Morris (right) look on. Morris and Barkas have been appointed co-chairmen of United Nations Day here. Mayor High's proclamation joins President Eisenhower's in marking the 14th anniversary of the world peace organization. literary clubs and associations. The process of elimination of these institutions reached its climax in the years 1948-1953, when these institutions were closed. In 1952. scores of leading Jewish writers and other cultural leaders were liquidated. Since 1953, nothing has been done to restore these rights, which were forcibly suppressed, and which are accorded to all other groups in the Soviet Union, even to tiny and dispersed groups, numbering only a few thousand souls. *"4. There also exists a humanitarian problem of broken families, which has resulted from the migrations of recent generations and the dispersed condition of the Jewish people. Many Jews in the Soviet Union ere separated from their families elsewhere. Any action by the Soviet government to alleviate this situation would constitute a great contribution towards better understanding between peoples. "We have reason to believe that these views did reach Mr. Khruschchev. What will happen in this connection, as in the case of I many other issues, must await the I passage of time," the statement concludes. 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Pago 4-A *Je*lsHTcrktiar> Friday. Octobir ] i -' Jewish Flor idian OFHCE and PLANT 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO MINDUN Executive Editor The the Ag Serv i* Jcwiih Floridlan hat absorbed the Jewiah Unity an* s Jawiah Weekly. Member of the Jewiah Telegraphio ency, Seven Arta Feature Syndicate, Worldwide Newa rvlce, National Editorial Aaan.. American Aaan. of ,fiii*h. iB^iiah MiiMniiMri mH the Florida Preaa Aaan. during the week ns i see it • • • oy LEO MINDUN Agency, Seven Arta Feature Syndicate. Worldwide NI ..„.„ „„„ M „, _„!„, ,„ ,.„ ., "" wr 'PPllcal Service, National Editorial Aaan.. American Aaan. of kehillah concept, point tO the failure as an oulslanilm tngllah-Jewlah Newapapera, and th. Florid. Preaa Aaan. he (ragic consequence tf democratization a „ !" !f The Jewiah KlorMImn doea not Guarantee the Kanhrulh of the merchandise artvertlaed In If columns. ISRAEL BUREAU 202 Ben Yehuda — Tel Aviv, Israel RAY U. BINDER C orrespondent SUBSCRIPTION One Year $5.00 RATES: Three Yeare $10 00 Volume 33 Number 42 Friday, October 16, 1959 14 Tishri 5720 ADL Leaders Allay Southern Jewry's Concern Throughout the history of the South, Jews have maintained pleasant relations with their neighbors—to such an extent that many of them rose to positions of preeminence in political and economic circles. Until recently, there has been little reason to doubt that this pleasant relationship would continue in the future. The May, 1954 Supreme Court ruling on separate but equal facilities seemed to put it all to sudden question. A number of factors governed the change: • Most Jews, despite their long-standing Southern traditions, found segregation inimical to the teachings of their religious heritage. They may have lived here for decades, some for generations, and a number might even be enshrined in the hallowed halls of those who made the supreme sacrifice during the War Between the States. But the spirit of the Supreme Court ruling seemed more in accord with their ancient Jewish faith than did prevalent Southern practice. • The South, particularly since World War U. has attracted an increasingly large permanent population with originally Northern roots and with outspoken feelings about segregation, showing little or no sensitivity toward the "special role" of long-standing Southern Jewry Jewish civil libertarian organizations with national offices in the North, have continued to support the Supreme Court rulinq despite requests from some Southern Jewish communities that such support be modified in the Sonf here"^ ^ **""*—If the segregation-integration battle was n^' en \ C c USe f r ,ear ardent *•• nd noted anti-Semites have since added fuel to *<*hZ \ ff OU ? h 8 P eeches and me Publication of hate literature depicting all Jews as pro in.eara.ion although this conclusion is P ta from the truth. SUKKOTH 1959 SHUN 'IMMOBILIZING FtARS' agaJft rSC J ent r mee,in 9 of six Southern reff n L b S f h l A nti-Defamation League S. J. Bn h nd ,he f ermath its reports are especially welcome today, in light of these oSSPE^. P* meetin held New Sri u ea i d d Jf cussi n from Jewish leaders hroughou. the South, including represent lives of .he Florida ADL. presenia cafltoff? f the 9 a,h in g was a statement 2WH2 £ J thro ) wmg oli in ""obUizing fears" n 2'[ 'he development of "intelligent elfart." ^ %  J FoWems of human relations and law and order in the South. The Anti-Defamation League leaders also: ~,* "T? co P era i on with Southern Christians in helping to solve race problems and in !" 9 greater interrehgious understanding. i„ J ? ? a,8d that fears amona ^w aril ed dZih!', Ce < a9ain8 c! 8 y na 9ogut. increased distribution of anti-Semitic literature and other^activrtie. of hatemongers "ax. no, S m ^ 4k f !f & *< !" ased cnti-Semihsm stemmmg from the mtegration-segregation battS Sfi"S eHeCt UP frdi.ionaSy friendly attitudes toward Southern Jewry. • • • LAW AND ORDER ON RISE The Anti-Defamation League leaders are to be warmly applauded. To begin with, they put the spotlight on the fact that Jews are not atone in .heir desire to live in accordance with the Supreme Court ruling. Obliquely citing the decline in violence against synagogues, they suggested that the general social tone of the South is such an increasingly to search for a realistic approach to the integration order. And frankly diecuasing what has seemed to be a genuine challenge to the traditional Posmon of the Jew in .he South in the wake of the 1954 court order, the ADL leaders allayed prevalent fears in this regard. An interesting by-part of the New Orleans meeting is that it was composed of Soulhern L„ 9 n m Au b V f *• Ann-Defamation League and that their policy statements, recommendations and conclusions are indigenous North. S U land ~ with no prompting from Northern officials of the organization. The gathering, added to .he recent exoeriences ,n Little Rock. Ark., and elsewhere. seTms to indicate that law and order are mSTS, crease and .hat. as the ADL suggested ^iS mobihzmg fears" need paralyze our best te. tentions less and less. The Meaning of Sukkoth the £ek SrfeS GT9aU>I Miami %  be9in the ?^ h m ^ m booth ." and symbolize. For centuries, Sukkoth was liHU m .u a reminder of the historic SSj^VZ own time, the rebirth of the StaJ^Ti 0ur vitalize, the meaning of ui e ho ?H? ^ "* agricultural and i^££g£* ogam a central part of active KSTSLS! fruiU^the^^^ the -gt\X^^ harvest; we are^ing Z^ ^thaf.tT £S of the Jewish people 9 th^Tiu wav CuS 0 U FR USTRATS D w ence ,n seeking J Mr. Khrurtfi;* the curren, sl J< Jewry lsa( ,, areu ^ ; American Jewish T"*"* conf^ion )f m i v ^Nj one hand, those who^l Stricter appli,,,,^ the tragic conscquencei of democratization — a proeesi ^^1 more sternly consider to be the threshold of assimilaT ^^^ other, those who continue to reiterate the need for Jewish society, with all the duplicating and frequently comr 11 — ganizational ties thii implies, regard the fact that *.„ range a meeting with Mr. Khrushchev at an affirm at %  principles. The Soviet Premier, they hold, refused to me of American Jews because he believed them not to be ^i .a.ives of the Jewish community here. They were Mr Kh is supposed to have felt, nothing but a special interest ntmO!* If he would grant them an audience, why uot all the ouW^ 1 organizations in the United States, whose membership? critical of internal .Soviet policy? w "* It should be said at the outset that both points ofttew. their particular merits. It is at least theoretically true tiu.T ican Jewish community formed in the image of the old f "kehillah" could provide a representational bodv to sneak fa!? whether with Mr. Khrushchev or on other occasions when JLV that their interests are neither properly stated nor resiiedn*j is also some troth to the theory that the Soviet ITemier *,? meet with Jews here because he believed they would be swikT. for themselves. • ^""H Mr. Khrushchev-that those quick to explain the Premier^ in terms of a victory for their particular viewpoint also aroWi sure for such a meeUng to the limit of their political influenci -i This is particulariy sad because it emphasizes the cooftste, American Jewish community thinking today. We may haveT^ sides in philosophical conflict with respect to the structure en. ary Jewish society should take. But their allegiances shift on I of expediency. Thus, Mr. Khrushchev came up against a tain roand for face-to-face discussion on the status of Soviet Jewrti he knew not to be united at all. Generally speaking, "in-group" ideological difficulties ml as fateful as they seem to be here. Prevalent Jewish eoofuss) .he other hand, is vexing because it reflects on our failure to achieved a mature view of the Jew within the larger Americm ft. of reference. To call for a combining of organizational talents: I the elimination of duplicative groups professing similar goals; for tag coordination of philanthropic, educational, cultural and relipow nl jects— all these are conceivably understandable if only in terns t modern efficiency processes. But to caU for them in the name of a "kehillah" is quite taotsJ matter. The very term, "kehillah." as well as its historic EuroaJ identifications, conjures up memories that are both bitter and braHtl indeed, one would not be hard put to equate them with the Chet* Whatever the stripe of our loyalties on the American Jewish comia* .Wei 0n t y none •* "* wou,d seriously subscribe to ghetto-iata* p>R IT IS in tbe nature of our nation's melting pot that direw cultures come together and seek common ground for socioloiicuBai while respecting one another's differences. But it is also in the mini of our nation that such cultural differences ultimately oiMppex. Hence, the recent religious revival in the United States which, ia th*' stead, contributes to a spiritual stratification of contemporary As* ican civilization. Whether we subscribe to the consequences of the melting poti not, the fact remains that Jews here, for the first time in tfcuia* of years, have been accorded the opportunity of personal aawys* and protection by virtue of their citizenship identificatiea with tat dmc.rpteus democratic society in which they live. Th* is a far cry lrf-m the "kehillahto which Jews clung in Europe IxiihJweauwthf j were segregated l}y prevalent decree and as a means of pWaJ then traditional heritage. Spiritual stratification in America today fosters religious iieooication as an alternative influence to the free-thinking, rugged u* viaualism of years goneby. Jews, it is clear, require no iwUtef | societies for the practiceof their beliefs. Contrarilv. in an effort | support the hjghly favorable democratic climate of the nation, and* ] •n adjunct to theproteetion of their new-found freedom, Jew.hi !" ak-en to play pleading role in civil libertarian programs. %  .W unately, this frequently puts them in the vanguard oi Ue battkfcf tnose American freedoms which, in our time, are increasingly rtfW; I ea with a jaundiced eye—separation of church and state is a pnodl* example. .... 3i* S Jew9, 'WJnsltt upon the nation's returning to basic Con* jutional guarantees-to a solid respect for the individual and hii nght In,T*, mitJ, ~" ho can we logically and spontaneously s*ek SS ilSl 1 .! ken, hM w hin the United States, urging faeettf* wrr^m. .. L emier "" S*** Union? T T What w did expressing outrage over Mr. Khrushcheti ican fi" deni,,! tn,lb to leU "*• si on the basis Uia. Aa* tolLl wry ••"•'snlly be construed as a separate entity lb" KinesT "* %  "" ^ JeW ta ** %  Soriei Umon W3S B0M f.r.„ I TidiSPaSSi ? ,Ute "^"Pert. is clear that we would ** b^a?rt y ,I ere ^ "* shoe oa another foot. Do we no. eft**^ e£n TLi^ 05 W ^ "tegoriae u "racially." nationally and someM* Z pfS^ U ly ; In our civil "beitariaa role, do we not !*** ne effort to exalt the individual? In short, just what would ta*h* her* w^T n y lh 'tical Khrushchev gambit during kMj Jew? CMt 8 >e ioo s P> the nature or quality of the Amenc was ^11 n !l? y tJ,at the d ire to • w n tnc sov,et ^M r!?H comp ,,bl *'th loyal citizenship. But it does '" ,*3 sudden group identification. 0 f which the Jewish om^^ danter^n '" ,erview w Prsmount example can be ex.re^ inwfrd oL. F r ,s looble-edged sword capable of beta. I*** '"ward upon us in the hands of tbe unscrupulous not St'JZ? VmtK ,Mlnst Mr ittrushcbev is a case in poim b S^vie ri H "\ u" ,alk>n ^ 8ov u J ** roup .prt frs g a?btr.rv f ? S l ha we £ind ~ reprehensible? And does nslJj paternsLo u a, ', n ,Md to 0,her **n y undesirable discn-"-"* TTOV, genocide f or 5w & w.y. each "I*.? "" ^^'^ that An,erkan JeWOr V? ra? to the £ n i l ,he 1 mom "'t of advantageous choice Without r* his is of enn '" V ?[ Ved in ** the "kehilUh" concept to '^ chev di? !" m ,["• ,he eru of the impossibility. Perhaps Mr. kWJ* bunlh^f Am:ri?.„Vbb y r. ,Un8 f ^ n ,her asssfsssTsTsTsTsTssTaTal



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Page 8B UM Symphony Series Nearing Mrs. Marie Volpe. business manager of the University of Miam. Symphony Orche>t.-a. announce.! Wednesday tl:at only a few days remain fcr Dado countians and South Pktndians to purchase their seasonal symphros* Uk< t*. sonal subscription sales end Oct 25. The nine pair of winter symphony season concerts opens Oct. 25 at Miami Beach Auditorium and a repeat concert Oct. 26 at Dade County Auditorium. Seasonal symphony ticket talcs art already far ahead of subscriptions at the same time last year, althovjh sood seats still remain on sale. Mrs yance Volpe pointed out that adsave one-third of the cost of tickets if purchased singly for each concert Also, she MM that seasonal purchasers may be assured of the same seats for each concert All concerts will be under the baton of world-renowned -Fabien Se\ it iky. new conductor of the l"niver>:ty of Miami Symphony Orche^ra. now in its 33rd season. In the meantime it as announc ed that seasonal symphony subscribers and member* of the Svmrhony Club of the In:. of Miami have been invited to meet Sevitzky and his bnde at a tea dance at the Rooey Plaza hotel on Sunday from 4 to 7 p.m. Hittlemon to be Speaker jfehaa Basers expand their West Palm Beach facilities. Left ,c '• F Cc •>-•"•'. fm : Devel£P? %  -" arfr wteiuq for :• c^ Hokum: zr.i R. E. Chi•" He president. Be^c ccr.<: z ew Hclk>n dollar WestHoisurr. was folded in 1912 .n South PHYLLIS WOLFF snys.Ah-h-h... Kasha! WfaSSSk A -heimisnestemdby ... for oid-rimy good Kasha Vameshkes. Kasha Knishes, and Other treats. Less than 2* a serving! I for F*B KASHA COOK OOK: rWTUlS *o*. h.Hib.M LEVINSON S FOOD SPECIALTIES. Ei :SSO E. 17TI. STREET. H Al_EA. TLA ON SALE AT B-THRIFT1 MOX Pallot Chairs BB Member Cabinet First meeting of the newlyformed Bnai Bnth Dade county membership cabinet was held here last week Judge Muton A. Friedman. District 5 fir*t vice president an-1 chairman of the district membership cabinet, announced the appointment of E Albert Pallot aDa.de county chairman. In addition to this new respon sibihty. Pallot is a past president, and currently M the national commissioner for the veterans program of B'nai B'nth. ,ain purpose of the Dade county membership cabinet will be to coordinate the plans and membership activities of all the individual lodges so as to insure the success of the current membership dri\e. which seeks TOO new members between now and Dec 1 The cabinet is composed of the presidents and membership chairmen of all lodges in Dade county. S ate president Jerome Greene and Sfuth Florida Council presi• dent Charles Seiavitch are ex" offaio membt Brandeis Club Names Chairmen Dr Stanley Frehi.nc. pri b of lre;ter M:ami. has announced the app:i;:tee chair-. the club's ac-1 I r the r IT. Albert I Jacobs ;:i serve arman of the public relations committee. Others appointed are Jack Leonard, associate metnbershp: Ernest Janis. life memberMortimer E Wien. scbolar*-hip: and Sidney M. Schwartz, program. Heading the special events comM will be Harold Turk, former Miami Beach mayor and first vice president of the club. The appointments were made at the club s first meeting since its formation last April. Educators Will Mark Sukkoth Hebrew Educators Alliance will celebrate Sukkoth on Wednesday -t. The party will honor the following teachers who spent the summer in Israel: Harry Brooks. Mosbe Griever. Nettie Goldstein. Paul Kwitnev. and S h os h a n a h Spector. Mam -peeker will be Rabbi Samuel Lerer. of Temple Beth Sholem, Hollywood Rabbi Lerer also recently returned from Israel The meeting will be held at Beth Israel Synagogue. TO ALL GREETINGS HAIOlt ffillf A.A. HI Hill It STAMP CO. Manafarimror of Uubhvr Stamps 12446 H.L 6th Cowrt PI 14036 To All season s umtua mono* AVIATIO!* MAI HIMST CO. Airrrmit Pmrtn 3-45 H.W. 25tk Street Ml 5-7417 en Workshop on Pm .. at the w,*" n coral \y^m onty on breath CM. laxation. wii| M U *HT*\ will be guest speaker of the Sing I strate the e sub j££ "* Richard Hittleman. director of the American Academy of Yoga, r^^^v^v^^i TO ALL GREETINGS JOHNNY ELECTRIC OTYWIK • COmHACIOK COMMERCIAL • INDUSTRIAL • FREE ESTIMATES NEW CONSTRUCTION 9524 NW 22nd Avenue RESDonaJ Phone MU |.| TO All SIASOHS GIltTUiCS A.IM AI TO CLASS & lL\NT|( PLASTIC FABRICATION 685 N.W. 36th Street phone IV TO All StASOm UST WtSHtS ALLAPATTAH STATIOXEBS. Job Primiing 3407 N.W. 17th Avenue NE: TO ALL GREETINGS MILDRED C. LANGFORD Tor/ and Veterinary Supplies 2510 Palm Awe. Ph. TO T-4H1I To All Season's Best Wishes ... G. L "ET" STILES DESIGNER'S INDUSTRIES, INC. CUSTOM FURNITURE. ANY STYLE 3600 N.W. 41st St. N£ 3-21711 To the Jewish Community in Sooth florUa Wo Extend Sincere Greetings Daring the Holiday Season Best Wishes far Continued Happiness all throoak the Hew rear THE MIAMI BEACH KENNEL CLUB



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lober 16, 1959 *Jenisfifkr£aH(ar7 Page 7-B yours, t uost important fashion locally is that of the srael Festival of Fashlieduled for Thursday, [at the Fontainebleau hofashion show also inauglie opening of the Fonlu's new Grand Ballweeks ago, we were ik preview of these fashthe home of Mrs. Max Is chairman of the WoraJacques Mintzer models Beer's "Tel Aviv," a joise and white plaid [dress and turquoise wool with lining matching dress, at reception at of Mrs. Max Weitz. en's Division for Israel Bonds, Mrs. Weitz offered her home for the exclusive showing. Members of committees modeled the designers' originals. One which we think will be very well received was an elegant hostess gown with the letters of the Hebrew alphabet forming its unusual print The gown was the conventional length in front, and the back dipped to floor-length. Knits are making their impact felt in our American market. They are available in both basic and high fashion styles, all of which hang exactly as they should, and which do not lose their shape with repeated wearings. • • • £HAIRMAN of the Festival of ** Fashions, Mrs. Paul Pollack, was among the models. One of the ensembles she wore featured an incredibely soft French doeskin. The textures of these fabrics are something that, unfortunately, the observer cannot fully appreciate without actually feeling them. They are soft to the touch and retain their shape for several seasons of wear. There are also aress and jacket ensembles in the collection thai may be worn for many months in different parts of the world. Combinations of fabrics are frequently used in these ensembles. The cocktail dresses and gowns will leave you breathless. Heavy brocades, some of which were woven especially for this occasion, will never again be seen because no more of the same fabric has been made. • • • A LONG 'with the elegant and usually understated look in fashion comes news in jewelry. To add interest, jewelry is generally oversized, with big "chunk" pieces the important accessory touch. Oversized bibs of crystals and pearls are among the most popular, with huge semi-precious gems next in popularity. The French Baroque touch is given to many pearls with the emphasis on the stones given to opulence and fantasy shapes. Jewelry is taking the place of other types of accessories. tersonaliied service at the lackstone flower shops where you get more for your money ... un 6-1233 ^4-hour service except rosh hashono and yom kippur CORAL GABLES CONVALESCENT HOME "4 Friendly ani Gentle Atmosphere far These Y* £••" *4>Oy 4 m\n A NEW HOME DESIGNED TO CARE iOR ELDERIY, CHRMUCAUY III AND CONVAIESCENTS 24-HOUR REGISTERED NURSING SERVKI Special Diet. Strictly Observed. Private Bathr.oma, Alr-Conclftion.a Sp.cicu. Ground., Patio, Swimming Pool, Plann.d Actlviti.. ALU ROOMS ON GROUND FLOOR Reasonable Rates Brochure on Request Ferdinand H. Rosenthal. Director-Owner former An't. Dlr. Mt. Sinai Hoapital Dir.etor, Jewith Horn, for the A(j.d Cl.v.land, Ohio Pittsburgh, Pa. ^060 S.W. 8th Street Miami Fla. Phone MO 6-8826 "Membership leads to life membership." says Mrs. Homer S. Rievman (right), president of the Miami chapter of Hadassah, who is shown receiving a gavel stand from Mrs. D. Leonard Cohen, national membership chairman, as an award to the Miami chapter for attaining the greatest percentage of increase in membership. The award was presented to Mrs. Rievman at the national convention recently held in St Louis. Hadassah Rallies To JNF Support Mrs. Joseph Shapiro Wednesday announced that the 11 Hadassah groups comprising the Miami Beach chapter are now gearing their forces "to help make the Jewish National Fund annual banquet the most outstanding function ever sponsored by the local JNF Council here." Mrs. Shapiro, who is at present serving her third term as president of the Miami Beach chapter of Hadassah, is a native of Philadelphia, Pa. Settling in Pennsgrove, N.J., with her husband, where the couple were successfully engaged in the furniture business for many years, Mrs. Shapiro served as president of the synagogue sisterhood there for several terms. The Shapiros came to Miami Beach 11 years ago, and she was subsequently elected president of the Stephen Wise group of the Miami Beach chapter of Hadassah. She also served with the Florida region of Hadassah. Mrs. Shapiro joined the Jewish National Fund executive board this year. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, president of the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami, and Sol Goldman, chairman of the Council's executive board, Wednesday lauded Mrs. Shapiro "for her tireless efforts on behalf of the JNF," which is also one of the important projects of the Hadassah women's organization. The Greater Miami Jewish National Fund Council will hold its annual banquet meeting Nov. 19 at the Fontainebleau hotel. Hadassah Will See Jewel Show Miami chapter of Hadassah will sec a precious jewel show Tues,. lO.ajJL, at. U 10 home of Mrs. Louis E. Goldman, 6501 Granada blvd., Coral Gables. Jewels will be modeled by Mrs. Richard Fink, Mrs. Bernard Kramarsky, and Mrs. Mortimer Feldman, members of the chapter. Jordan Marsh is coordinating the fhow, which will include the presentation of an unusual pearl and diamond pendant with matched earrings and brooch. Guest speaker will be Moshe Leshem, Consul of Israel for the Southeastern United States. Gold pins will be presented to life members by Mrs. Irwin Liss, founder-president of the Miami chapter. Mrs. Philip Schiff is chairman, with Mrs. George A. Simon as cochairman. Decorations are by Mrs. Frank A. Rose. It is expected that 50 new life members will join the present corps of 83. Money from the $100 dues is reserved for a medical endowment fund. Mrs. Homer S. Rievman, chapter president, said that there are some 2,500 life memberships in the United States today. Civil Defense Program Sisterhood of Temple Judea will hold its monthly business meeting Wednesday, 10:30 a.m., in the Temple. Civil Defense program will include a bomb shelter on display, a film narrated by Richard Boone, and a talk by Dr. Bernard Yesner. Rabbi to Review Book Mrs. George Balber, program chairman, announces that Rabbi Morris A. Skop will review Herman Wouk's "This is My God" at a paid-up membership luncheon of Temple Judea Sisterhood at the Temple on Tuesday. Water Ballet featured South Miami chapter of Women's American ORT met Tuesday morning at the Moongate model home, 7405 SW 135th st. Program included a water ballet by Barbara Bessey and her troupe. Specializing in. Formalj Cocktail Gowns and Bridal Attire PARSONS 3410 CORAL WAY Open Monday Nit. Til 9 163rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER Open Monday and Friday Nife Til 9 r*WWV Patronage, Un'kel Betrothal Told The engagement of Doris Sharon Patronage and I. Phillip Unikel has been announced here. They plan to be married Dec. 20 in Chicago, 111. The bride-to-be is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Patronage, of 590 SE 5th st., Hialeah. She is a graduate of Miami Senior High and attended University of Florida. Mr. Unikel is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Unikel, of Chicago. He attended Ripon College in Wisconsin, served with the Armed Forces stationed in Germany, and was a sergeant in the Signal Corps. He is continuing his education at the University of Illinois. if You MJke UOOD Dry Cleaning and FAST One-Hour Service You Will Really HO For FREEDMANS CLEANERS UNQUESTIONABLY THE FINEST 1718 79th St. Causeway 2922 Coral Way TREASURE ISLAND MIAMI, FLORIDA Fast Service Free • Coin Laundry 1-HR. SERVICE FREE • EVERY DAY MON. thru SAT. 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. MON. thru SAT. 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.



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w...S (^ n I m J ft <& TI/< ovnan s "World Pretty house, pretty hostess Mrs. J. Rado pouring coffee for a Brandeis University National Women's Committee board meeting Mrs. Jack Rabinowitz looking stunning in her Hong Kong-made dress Mrs. Rudy Baum and Mrs. Leo Fishman in a tete-a-tete Mrs. Joseph (Lilly) Duntov leaving her Joseph for a few min_ hear acting president Mrs. Solomon Margolis report on [for membership coffees here jrd from Ruth Kanner postmarked Blowing Rock, and telllends she won two dollars playing golf with husband Sam Vment at Open House of the new Mt. Sinai Hospital and SRO bmbers of the Women's Auxiliary Mrs. Edward Roth conhg a tour through the Maternity Wing .. Mrs. Samuel Mayser ly sitting in the aisle during the speeches — just glad to be p anywhere Mrs. Maurice Yalman, executive secretary, Sng messages back and forth Mrs. Philip B. Lefkowitz,' lary president, simply beaming, along with Mrs. Leonard [ chairman of the Women's Development Fund, and Mrs A ert Mathes, who heads up the Blessed Event function. •* — • Ir. and Mrs. Jack Camer will attend groundbreaking cerees for an addition to the Community Synagogue of Rye, N.Y., t. 25 Jack's an honorary life president of the synagogue! will enlarge its facilities by $350,000 worth The couple lormer Rye residents, where a boulevard has been named in honor.. ir. and Mrs. David Hess, 2190 SW 10th St., and Jay and ke, off to New York While there, they saw the new Broadj musical hit, "Destry Rides Again," starring Andy Griffith, tes Gray and Scott Brady ... The David Merrick production peen playing to capacity audiences since it opened. „ %  Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Ziegler celebrated their 13th wedding annilary Oct. 9 The Zieglers and children Lenore, 12, and b, 9, live at 801 NE 178th ter., No. Miami Beach [Out-of-town guests who came for the Bar Mitzv'ah of Stanley bMein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest J. Bernstein, 815 Lenox I included his uncle, Dr. Ephraim Lahav, scientific Attache Ithe Israel Government in Washington ... Dr. Lahav is Mrs. iistein's brother Mrs. Anne Jaul, sister of Mr. Bernstein, Ived from Cleveland.O., as well as long time friends, Mr. and \ Jack Feingold, also of Cleveland Stanley's Bar Mitzvah Saturday at Temple Emanu-El, which was followed by a recepthat night at the Saxony hotel. •* a I On the Birth Front: David Franklin, born to Mr. and Mrs. (Joan) Kaplan on Sept. 13 at Jackson Memorial Hospital was Sept. 20 at the Kaplan home, 1134 SW 9th st., with Cantor man Gottlieb officiating Maternal grandpaVents are Mr. Mrs. Morris Rooney Also: Michael Ian, who arrived to M.r. and Mrs. David Hirsch, I W. 11th et., Weathaven Heights, TTialeah, on Sept. 17 at Coral iles General Hospital Michael johu his brother, Alan Jay Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John Klein, Hialeah I. Paternal grandmother is Mrs. Kay Spar, Miami Proud ner is treasurer of the Hialeah Reform Jewish Congregation. %  a Mr. and ,Mrs. Harry Miner, of 400 92nd st., Surfside, entered at a double celebration, with a surprise dinner in honor of %  s. Miner's father, J. M. Freedman, who celebrated his 85th thday, and the 39th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Mor' Eisenstein, of the Patsy Shop on Lincoln rd. Among the 30 guests were their children, Mrs. H. Miner and s. Dorothy Tepper; grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Ross and Iss Susan Fenton; and great-grandchildren, Barbara and Scott pss His son, Theodore Freedman, of New Jersey, and another son, pvid Fenton, of Miami Beach, were unable to attend because of [trip to Boston, where Mrs. Fenton underwent heart surgery last T'day. > "Just for pleasure," says architect Irv Korach when asked bout his trip to South America ... Irv and Mrs. K. leave Satury for six weeks Sonny Pohn is at Billings Hospital, Chicago, there friends are sending cards to say hello Wife Audrey The* 40 miles every day to and from his bedside Martha (Mrs. Stanley C.) Myers knitting little things in anticifetion of the arrival of a grandchild Expecting are Dr. and Irs. Arthur (Judy) Gilbert Wise presidents, like Mrs. James Katzman, of the Bay Division National Council of Jewish Women, choose their chairmen careHy Mrs. Stanley (Joni) Tate, chairman of membership, arived at the first luncheon of the season, bringing her mother-inlw, mother, Mrs. Morton Greenwood, and aunt, Mrs. Edward %  reenwood Daughter Linda is still too young Enjoying the program, among others: Mrs. Rickle Darwin, 'rs. J. Benach, and Mrs. Samuel Feldman Also, sisters Mrs. Sertram Schrank and Mrs. Samuel Gerson, busy talking about Mrs. Schrank's new house. Mrs. Irving (Charlotte) is new president of Tamara Mizrachi Group of Greater Miami She succeeds Mrs. Ann Frank Teitch The Mizrachi Women's organization, now in its 35th year of existence, boasts of a membership of 50,000 women organized in over 250 chapters thoughout the United States Functional program of Mizrachi women is three-fold It covers the field of education and vocational training, child restoration and Youth Aliyah work. Charlotte says "we're facing a challenge that we must meet, and we will do everything in our power to provide a place in Israel for recent arrivals where they can learn a new way of life ." ^Jewish FIojriLdLian Miami, Florida, Friday; October 16, 1959 Section B From the new cotton fields of Israel to the exclusive atelier of Lanvin-Castillo in Paris to the major cities of the United States and Canada—this is the story of "Queen of Sheba," the gay yellow cotton printed with characters of the Hebrew alphabet and designed OM an evening-at-home dress by M. Castillo. This dress is one of six costumes that have been made of Israeli fabrics by leading Paris couturiers as their contribution to the French-Israel Festival of Fashion. Many firsts' to be Featured at High Fashion Show by France and Israel SEE 'CHARMINGLY YOURS' PAGE 7-B MRS. IRVING SHALOM An unusual fashion show with a significant underlying purpose is slated for Thursday, Oct. 22, in the new Qrand ballroom of the Fontainebleau hotel — the French-Israel Festival of Fashions sponsored by the Women's Division for State of Israel Bonds. Admission to the event is by purchase of an Israel Bond or sale of three Israel Bonds. Chairman of the Festival of Fashions is Mrs. Paul Pollak. Jacques E. Turner, Consul of France in Miami, is honorary chairman. Over-all chairman of the Women's Division is Mrs. Max Weitz. Ilka Chase, noted star of stage, screen and television, will be the fashion commentator. Saks Fifth Avenue will accessorize and coordinate the show. Stewardesses from Air France and El Al Israel Airlines will be on hand to greet guests. Added excitement will be given at the event with the award of a free roundtrip to Paris via Air France and also a round-trip flight from Paris to Israel to an Israel Bond seller or purchaser. The French-Israel friendship theme will be dramatized by the participation in the event of Moshe Leshem, Consul of Israel in the Southeastern region of the United States, and by Mr. Turner. The fashion show introduces many "firsts." Among them, this will be the first time some of the greatest names in the French Haute Couture have agreed to Hadassah President to Speak Mrs. Arthur Applebaum, president of the Hannah Senesch group of Hadassah, will be guest speaker at a meeting of the Bikur Cholim Kosher Convalescent Home on Wednesday noon at the Algiers hotel. show their fashions with the fashions of another country. It will also be the first time that the French couturiers, who are subsidized by both the French government and the French textile industry, turn their talents and prestige to helping a textile industry of another country. For in many instances, the French designers have created fashions from fabrics loomed or woven in Israel. Among the French couturiers who have designed the fashions for this special showing at no cost to Israel are Balenciago, Cardin, Chanel, Jacques Heim, LanvinCastillo, and Laroche. Israeli designers include Lola Beer, Lilly Schleiffer. Maskit, Aled and Matskin Brothers. Among the 35 fashions to be shown is a stunning evening ensemble by Lilly Schleiffer. This designer introduces another "first" in the show, for she has created her entire collection for the show from Israel woven wool jersey. From the French will be such designs as a purple tweed, woven in Israel, by Chanel. The slim tweed coat with traditional golden buttons will be shown over a slim slip of a purple silk shantung dress. Cardin employed a Maskit fabric in fleecy wool to create a full-length coat with a huge 'mushroom" collar. Jacques Heim has used a hand-loomed Maskit Lame for a glamorous version of the French butcher boy jacket worn over olive green velvet lounging trousers. Guy Laroche chose a whiteflecked mauve tweed woven in Israel for a coat and suit costume. From Balenciaga, comes an Israel woven pebbly wool, made into a modified chemise dress and boxy jacket. Temple Israel Women's Tea Sisterhood of Temple Israel of Greater Miami will hold a membership tea in Wolfson Auditorium on Wednesday noon, Oct. 21. Program for the day will be Dr. Joseph Narot, spiritual leader of Temple Israel, discussing "Molly Goldberg's Global Diplomacy," a review of the Broadway play, "Majority of One." Mrs. Joseph Ruffner, president of Sisterhood, will greet guests, along with Mrs. Elmer Levine, vice president of membership, and Mrs. Edward Melniker, chairman of the tea. Mrs. Samuel G. Kohlenberg is publicity chairman. Coffees to Tell Brandeis Story Brandeis Women's Committee of Greater Miami will begin an intensive membership drive on Oct. 23 at 10:30 a.m., when a series of coffee get-togethers will occur simultaneously in various homes in the Greater Miami area. Purpose of the gatherings is to acquaint local women with the Brandeis story and the aims and ideals of the Brandeis Women's Committee. The local chapter has as its prime purpose the support and maintenance of the Brandeis University Library. Coffeets will be held at the homes of the following: Mrs. Louis Easton, 551 Jeronimo dr., Coral Gables; Mrs. Harry Rimer, 930 South Shore dr., Miami Beach; Mrs. Johnson Da vies, jr, 1286 NE 95th st., Miami Shores; Mrs. Joseph Berger, 2240 Magnolia, Keystone Island 4; Mrs. Leo Fishbein, 2535 Pinetree dr., Miami Beach. Mrs. Mortimer Wien, 5229 Alton rd., Miami Beach; Mrs. Solomon Margolis, 1672 Daytonia rd., Biscayne Pt.; Mrs. Lee Howard, 8986 Bay dr., Surfside. In charge of reservations are Mrs. Solomon Margolis and Mrs. Robert Grossman. Cedars Hospital Inaugural Ball Arrangements have been completed by co-chairmen Mrs. Jacob Colsky and Mrs. Herschel Leschel for the Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Auxiliary's first inaugural ball. At 7 p.m. on the evening of Nov. 14, only six days after groundbreaking ceremony, the celebration will commence with cocktails, dinner and dancing. The new Everglades hotel will provide the setting for the social event. Mrs. Peritz Scheinberg and Mrs. Robert Werner are in charge of tickets, while Mrs. Benjamin Oren and Mrs. Reuben Rochkind are reservations co-chairmen. Council Has Monthly Meeting Broward-North Dade Council of B'nai B'rith Women was to hold its monthly meeting on Oct. 15, 8:15 p.m., at Temple Beth Sholom, 1725 Monroe st., Hollywood. The Council is composed of three chapters in the North Dade area, one in Hollywood, and one in Ft. Lauderdale. Mrs. Jack Bergman was to conduct a fund-raising workshop. In charge of information is Mrs. AlvinWank, president, 1021 NE 154th ter., No. Miami Beach.



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Page 8-A *Jtni %  ; Jay I. Kislak, prominent inort gage banker and welfare leader, will head up the biggest city-wide cash drive for the Combined Jewish Appeal in local history. Kislak's appointment was an nounced Wednesday by Sam J. Hi'inian. president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and Jack Carner, chairman of the 1959 Combined Jewish Appeal. "Cash Buys Life" is the slogan for the emergency cash project scheduled to start on Oct. 26 and to keep rolling until the quota is reached. "The ca-h drive is Miami's personal pledge clean-up job," explained Kislak. "It is part of an extraordinary nation-wide effort of the United Jewish Appeal to raise an additional $35 million by year's end." A firm believer in direct action, chairman Kislak rolled up his sleeves and went to work immediately. He conferred with Israeli representatives in New York City, who had recently returned from an inspection tour of Israel's immigrant shanty towns. He learned that more than 85.000 people live in these temporary shacks and dwellings. He was told that 130.000 immigrants are struggling for a living on 482 underdeveloped rural settlements without enough water, farm machinery, live stock and buildings. Kislak then spoke by long distance telephone with I'JA national headquarters in New York City. He was advi>ed that one half of the emergency S35 million cash LO.il is seeded by Nov. 2. so that it ma> be presented in I>rael by th, 1959 Study Mftwioa during mid-November. Kislak was told the belanee will be needed by Dec. 12, when the annual national conference of the United Jewish Appeal will be held in New York Crty. At the Sonday morning session on Dec. 13, representatives of all American communities will be aefced to present their cash proceed* to UJA. Kislak also spoke with Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman, executive vice chairman of UJA. who told Kislak that "Israel is the heartbeat and focal point of much of UJA's effort to save and build Jewish lives. More than 600,000 men, women and children in IsKey team of the Combined Jewish Appeal Julian Weinkle (left) and Seymour Rubin cash drive meets to kick off the one-week (right). Standing are R. Williams Apte and effort in Greater Miami area. Shown with Howard Kane, chairman Jay I. Kislak (seated center) are rael and 25 „h er coaj pend on a cont.nuoosfjo,?! to help them t) Ccome sorbed." Furthermore cajB %  desperat.lv • | rd lm ^V and rehabilit ninn 4 j^ migrant age! orphan^ capped and ill, ;,nd for thowJ of youth who ,.eed ^J^ education. _' Discussing 1 s^|arin B solution to Mi imi*i ca*h lem. Kislak sol therti swift collection „f ^j paign pledt-f. and all outstanding pledges] vious years. "Pledges, no mat erous, cannot do-! said. "Only cas stream that can no less, feed the hi homes to the virtually buys I is the time to tra ges into reality and sire to help into only way we can-j)ejp hi people perform their t mercy." With the overs? as*j^H| ly set in his mind^^B of the cash drive tWty an examination of ami's welfare requiraaaH Accompanied by Federadll president Heiman, Kislak BMI from one agency to inottv*r, as I ferring with presidents •"•SI tors, examining financial *| merits, ledger books, and UkfThese Critical Figures Tell the Story • More than 85,000 people are housed in temporary shacks and dweliinqs m Israel. ^ • Sorne 135,000 immigrants in Israel are struggling for a livinq on 482 underdeveloped rural settlements. ^ • United Jewish Appeal seeks an additional SS5 million by the end of 1959 in a Cash Buys Life extraordinary campaign. • One-half of this sum must be delivered by Nov. 2. to be presented to Israel by the 1959 Study Mission next month. pr*eniea to • Balance oi this critical figure needed by Dec. 12. when UJA gathers for annual meeting in New York City. gawoTs rar tions. Kislak is familiar 1 yearly operating funds nteMkj Federation's beneficiaries, *a ho has served as a mtmberfftl| budget committee, and hat I and studied many agency I rations. He found that group wwtsf> ices and leisure time presi at the Greater Miami Jens Community Center may be ously hampen if cash stations from Ftderalioa falters j the coming months Care of indigeaat patients al j Sinai Hospial most be coctinei on an even greater stale. OT | that the new structure is about ready to open its dosn l | the public. Kislak learned. Immediate cash paymentis"! Combined Jewish Appeal pk# will provide the necessary fas* to sustain the Jewish Home fir Dynamic cash chairman Jay I. Kislak rolls up his sleeves and is ready. The first 24 hours on the job he telephoned Israel disject, spoke with UJA officials in New York City, made whirlwind visits to four Miami agencies, huddled with Federation leaders at three meetings, and got the life-saving Cash Drive under way. opens the books of the agency to castTcW StL" !" ,"!? ** and G ,den AgeI8 man Jay L Kislak landing left? Sd /*£ "^^ ** a h lailure -—,



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Page M-A +Jewist>fk)rk0ar7 ^Way. Oao^, Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINPilN Anne Frank As Partial Symbol Of The Tragic Wki THE WORKS OF ANNE FRANK. Introduction by Arm Birstom and Alfred Kaiin. 332 pp. Now York: Ooublody Company, Inc. 1450. QOOBLEDAY COMPANY, original publishers in this 90 country of "Anne Prank: The Diary of a Young Girl." have now brought out a new edition which includes the contents of Anne's second notebook as well as her famed diary. There are a few fairy tales, an essay or two, brief stories and some personal reminiscences of her earlier life—none of them really interesting in themselves, except as an addition to our knowledge of Anne The question in my mind-one which would probe the entire raison d'etre for this book—is whether it is at all important to extend our knowledge of Anne There are few people who have not beard of Anne by now. The "Diary" has been published in twenty-two languages and twenty countries and has sok) more than two and a half million copies In this country alone it has been serialized by an American newspaper syndicate. eowdf w i l in two magazines, and isavailable in pocket book and Modern Library editions. As a play, it has been Capitol Spotlight: iy MILTON FRIEDMAN Ike Likes Abe Harman-And Lets Him Know It Washington ISRAEL'S NEW Ambassador. Avraham Harman. has been warmly received by President Eisenhower and the State Department. This indicates the appeal of Mr. Harman's personality and the nor mality of the friendly relations now unking the two countries. Washington's diplomatic correspondents have observed that Mr. Harman i* refreshingly free of the sort of snobbish condescension that typifies some diplomats. He assumes no lofty air of superiority. He la approachable and human. President Eisenhower made' his own evaluation of the new Ambassador when Mr. Harman paid an initial formal call at the White House After listening intently to Mr. Harman's statement, the President replied "I am particularly pleased to welcome a man of your accomplishments who already knows the I'nited Stater, and its people from previous tours of duty here and who has first-hand experience with many aspects of United States-Israel relations." Witty Pamela Mason Hollvwood MRS JAMES MASON, since last month an American citizen. was backstage at the Le Grand Comedy Theatre, where nightly she appears on the stage as the youthful heroine in "Murder in the Red Barn." when I was able to catch her for our informal interview. The old British melodrama, going back to 1828 and an obscure authorship, now has been streamlined and rewritten by her famed husband who also is responsible as the producer, while simultaneous ,m a movie at the Fox Studios. Co-starring with Mrs Mason is the couples ten-yearold daughter Portland, lady-like and unusually mature for her years Pamela Mason, doubtless one the wittiest, most talkative and articulate among the members of the motion picture colony, is a beautiful woman who made her -creen debut in 1933 in the British version of "Jud Suess." unlike the later produced German propaganda film baed on the same no\el by Ijon Feuchtwanger. a compassionate appeal for u.vlerstandme. The late Conrad Veidt in the title role created deep sympathy for the Jew suffering under the yoke of medieval feudalism. Mrs Mason then appeared under the name of Pamela Ostrer as the daughter of Jud ft Pamela not only portrayed a* young Jewess in her first i.lm appearance, she proudly revealed during our chat that she is the granddaughter of a Russian Jew who ca.T.e to England dunng the pogroms before the turn oi the century and changed his name from Ostrovitch to Ostroff to sound more British. Her father. Isidore Os.roff. became an editor and publisher and was high on the list of those whom the Nazis planned to liquidate once they had conquered England, because the fearless Mr. Ostroff had been one of the firs: to speak up publicly against Hitler and went so on record in the British press. Pamela Ostrer was only 16 when she performed in Lothar Mender, iilmizauon of "Jud Suess:" during production she met and married Rov Kelbno then the cinematograpber of the picture, later a di^ rector with I ..nd American companies. In 1937. Pamela Kellino co-authored a play with James Mason. K: J,sharing star biLinc WfrJi him on the stage. The following year, the KellinoMason team wrote and played together in the motion picture "I Met a r." Soon afterward, she divorced Roy Kellino to marry Mason. She has since appeared w,th her baaband in many turns, among them more recently in -Pandora and the Flying Dutchman" Pamela Ostrovich-OstrofTOstrer Kellino-Mason is a versatile woman, having been in 65 motion pictures, written hundreds of magazine articles, and five norels of which a story about Hollywood is still unpublished. For her quick wit and knowledge about almost everything, she is constantly in demand to appear on television shows, has been with Oscar Levant and Jack Paar on numerous occasions. Mr Eisenhower assured Mr Harman "full cooperation" in cementing "the already close ties of friendship." Mr. Eisenhower went on to laud Israelis for creating "a dynamic society, whose achievements in the social, economic, and scientific fields have won widespread admiration." This was Mr Eisenhower's most outspoken praise of Israel since he became President. Mr. Harman's reputation as an experienced diplomat preceded him to Washington. He is no stranger to the American scene. From 1953 until 1955 he served as Consul General in New York. In addition to devoting himself to the multitudinous diplomatic tasks in Washington. Mr Harman has made known we will seek to foster an ever-friendlier relationship between American Jewry and Israel. As Consul General he visited Jewish communities throughout the country. He was widely acclaimed as an orator. Today. Mr. Harman looks forward to revisiting those communities and acquainting himself with new ones. Mr. Harman was born in London. Nov. 3. 1914. His parents had emigrated to England from Russia at the turn of the century. The name Harman" is the Hebrew version of "Herman." His late father was an ordained rabbi but did not function as such. His father was in the furniture business and held an East End concession for Yiddish newspapers. He worked also as a Hebrew teacher and was active in an organization called "The Lovers of Zion." Mr Harman's mother, now in her late 70s. resides in Israel. A brother and sister live in Israel aad Mr Harman has a sister in the Bronx. New York. His American sister adheres to the family's Zionist tradition, beading the Hadassah in her borough. ^^ Mr. Harman could speak Hebrew when he first visited Palestine in 1935. He completed law studies at Oxford in 1937 He moved to Palestine in 1938. the year SLr1 "^. He as em ,0 work m *** S 0 "* African Zionist Federation. In South Africa be remained two years and returned married. His marriage was the product of a romance that began in the law library of the London School of Economics. Mrs^Harraan. like her husband, is in the diplomatic service of Israel She is on leave from the Foreign M.n££n Ving T % coo,pk?,ed fr the United Nations International Emergency Children's Fund. %  -J^T*—* %  *?*** fi *ured '" international headlines when a pictorial book about Israel that he co-author2JT Y^ H* f OV H Cf nsors from h < L' S Exhibition u, Moscow. He listed him*elf s.mplv as Abe HarSre^estf "* *" ""* %  !—* Onrstos Newsletter: By EUAHU SAlPtTO I produced in over twenty countries; (he mwi,. which came out several months ago u BOO £*! rounds. %  l| For those already familiar with the Diif,this book offero only one inducement the mtnL? rather provoking essay by Ann Birste.n andk,Tk Alfred Kazin Within the context of their ewa* by the structure of points they themselves rak.'. I can come to grips with some of the thing,^kV me about this book in particular, andiCaM general. To begin with, the Jfttle girl who died so '%  (heaven help us that, by comparison with £? death can be called peaceful) in Bergen Belsea t| "a prime symbol of the innocence of all those wt the personal example of the heartlessness the m the still unbelievable cruelty of Germans in World I Upon her, at least, all agree." Since she is a symbol, we withhold any litenn. ment of her work; Anne was no Francois Sagan tin, critical acclaim precisely because of her precocity | is. because she made the grade measured by the' standards one uses for adults. Anne was a pera sensitive child with a good flair for writing-but no, so than many others her age. and le< so. her tea) say. than others in her classes. Her diary is valuable, for the ue to which it has been put. Much hat bee. Of the indomitable spirit of this little girl, of her n i. # ih* nresent etad*' W H,LE ALMOST om^TSS s in agreement that there were just too many_,n fact 12-parties in the Raesset, representatives of not less than ZB partie, and groups uoaiuted their iL f cand,d t the next elections, scheduled for Nov. 3 ^^ This was the largest number of lists of twoparty system ^ W A"' !" *" type than one percent of XM £tal Se^J bUlM non tribuuon of seats in tLVbcalo. -rw^f ,p,tM ,n th d *" This splintering, opponents of the present system claim, makes it practically impossible w single party to obtain 51 percent of the seats in theM et Therefore any government must inevitably coaaa a coalition of several parties. Consequently the cotfO) governed under a program of compromisebrt *f*? (— era I party platforms, dictated by expediency r***r by efficiency. At the same time, it is said, the p* system prevents the emergence of a responsible UrKV position party which can become an actual H" 1uU *L the ruling party. Instead of pursuing broad n*" 0 "*^ grams, many of the small parties tend to be inwn*" only in protecting some specific interest of a limit !" w#, of citizens. :0 !h:ss* The supporters of the present system ** wrong with the idea that any group can have ""."Li represented m the Knesset. In a new country f**^ with a large stream of Immigration. uUie *!£_ requires such representation, they claim At ttoj^L, Israels development, a coalition based on eofajw" tends to introduce mutual tolerance, and is then*** v ferable to the monolithic rule of one party The opponents of the present system 0U d J* e ,i „* %  trodnee the British or American system of reg"*" 0 r-ser.tat,o„. They propose to divide the counW •*, electoral districts; in each district, the Candida'*;rece ^ U* largest number of votes would be elected • aH o^ B ajsta H



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lober 16. 1959 *Jewlstirk>ridlten Citizens Officers Lcvis was elected fcrf the North County ens Friendship Club at Bting last week at the (ity YMHA, 14036 NE ked were Mrs. A. Crumjrer; Mrs. R. Rothman I. Madison, refreshment (Mrs. R. Gompel, lairman: and Mrs. A. [entertainment chairwomen, 55 years of r, are invited to join the lens Friendship Club of Mrs. Fred Browne is [of the senior citizens meets every Tuesday 8 p.m. at the North IHA Branch. Official Will weaker Here [O. Wilcox. U.S. Assistary of State for interfganization affairs, will speaker at the Miami |lc Orchestra's first conseason Sunday evening nicipal auditorium, bcert will open United ek, and will devote the celebration of the 14th of the world peace orpirector and conductor is Jreeskin. Miami Beach the American Assn. for Nations, headed by *B. rell, and Judge Harold UN Day chairman, will [the program, which feaIthov'en's Symphony No. 3 id Critic at 94 *CE, Italy-(JTA)—Berenson, scholar, philosoone of the world's leadritics, died at his estate le this week at the age of fas considered the world's authority on the art of in Renaissance. i n Luthania, Berenson [the United States at the He graduated from Har"8~, and left immediately for Europe, where he t of his life, lil led his 40-room villa, Ito Harvard University for f center for American scholkad. ESTELLE DIAMOND PW fork I'uy, a long-lime fcsulenr r.f Miami Bench, died Bn New Y..rk. s nvlvlnr are Miners, M r (Jerry I'osner. \thu Algiers hotel ."-owner, J Miklrnd Kdelman. She also %  hi.',|!ril|.|il.i:ii;lil..re Ml'H. was a mi-ml>er of many or6ii, liii'linlliiK "Fight for Daughters of Jacob of Mien Ben cea w. re l let. II In nd, N.Y., with arranuenn -nts Ide Memorial Chapels. tNJAMIN GESENSWAY Alcantnrrn ave Coral Oab'ea, lucre for five yearn, died (HI SATISFYING YOUR DtEPEST DESIRES FOR BEAUTY AND DIGNITY The VlsLi offer-, family nwnnrlnl estates on beaut i•ully landscaped park like unds. Complete freedom pi choice ki memorials and 1' 'Malls. Perpetual < %  Tll[ VISTA rfwii Memo*-.ai uaraens ll Flamingo FUie.Hialeah.FU. HuMMi TU 7-MU OUR SPECIALTY )ND0LENCE BASKETS fKtSHLY PACKtD ond MLIVEREO WITHIN TNI HOUK : RUIT CIRCUS WTS.W. FlngltrTtr. • PHONE • 3-9275—FR 1-2511 £ Page 11-B %  1 LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE Members of the New Orleans (La.) Senior Citizens Club visit Greater Miami's Jewish Home for the Aged. Mrs. Sadie Slzeler (left) and Mrs. Pauline Fisher examine activities at the Home's' handicraft room. The women were part of a 12-member group representing the New Orleans Jewish Federation. David Jacobs (seated) is shown with stuffed poodle dogs, ash trays, ceramic dishes and a jewel case, all produced by residents of the Miami Home. Demos Appoint Precinct Chiefs At a committee meeting of the Greater Miami Beach group of the Dade County Democratic executive committee, chairman Mrs. Sophia Englander presided over the presentation of cards of appointment to the following Democratic precinct captains for the Greater Miami Beach area: • Pet. 24—Eugene J. Beck and Mrs. Irene Warren; Pet. 25A—Albert Winer and Mrs. Lillian Cohn; Pet. 25B—Dave Forman and Mrs. Sue Berkowitz; Pet. 25C—Mitch Potter and Mrs. Sophie Gold; Pet. 26—Nelan Sweet and Mrs. Edith Gelber. Pet. 27—Harry Strull and Mrs. Celia Unger; Pet. 28—Martin Greenbaum and Mrs. Helen Levine; Pet. 29—George Sanders and Mrs. Shirley Kovacs; Pet. 30— Burt Tumpson and Mrs. Evelyn Bloch; Pet. 31—Dave Hubsch and Mis. Pauline Thurston; Pet. 32— Joe Csldbetter and Mrs. Gertrude Fromen. ll Hicame from Rochenter NY., and wan a manufacturing jeweler. He In nurvlved by his wii.. Sylvia; son. %  Sheldori; and daughter, lira Berne Ankus. He also leaves three brother's ami a sister. Seivl.es were Oct. 14 at Gordon Funeral Home. MRS. ROSE SIDROW 44. of 330 86th st., died Oct. 10. She came here einht yearn ago from New York. Surviving are her husband. Sidney: son. Michael; and daughter. Ilarbara Carol. She also leaves three brothers and her father. Morris Elsier. Services were Oct. 13 at Riverside Memorial Chanel. Normandy Isle. with burial In Mt. Sinai Cemetery. BENCION WANKOFF S3, of 2466 S\V 3rd St., died (let. 9. A well-known trombonist, he came here 11 yean ago from New York, where he "as first uomhonwith the Metropolitan Opera invhestra for 27 years. Surviving are his wife. Minnie; son, Edward: daughter. Mm. .lean Mcrrall: three brothers, one grand child, and a great-grandchild. Services were Sunday at lior.lon Funeral Home, with burial in Ml. Slnat Cemetery. MRS. ADELE E. ASCHER :>9, of 7300 Trouvllle Esplann 'a. Norman, ly Iale, died Oct. 9. She came here six years ago f...m Ch.cago, m. Surviving are her husband. Capel, and a Hater. MrRose Friedman at "enOct. 1! et Riverside Memorial Capet Normandy hue, with burial in Lakeside Mem.nil lark. LOUIS TEICHNER 76, of IdSS Abbott ave.. died Oct. 8. He came' here 12 year* a-so from Cambridge. Mass an I was a retired restaurant owner, surviving arc hie wife, Ethel: two sons. Bob and Warren: a daughter, Mrs. Hose Barrett; two brothers and four sisters, services were in Brookllii.-, Mat*., with Itlverslde Memorial Chapels In charge of local arrangements. MRS FRIEDA AFFRON M, of'SOOO Country Club I'rado. Coral liable-, died Oct. 7. She came here 11 years ago from Newburgh, N.Y.. and was a member -if the American Jewish Congress and National Children's Cardiac Hospital. Surviving are her husband, Myron: Wo brothers, including A. L. Tlnhman. Ml ami; and two sisters. Services were Oct. 9 at Riverside Memor.al chapel. W. Flagler st., with burial In Mt. Nebo Cemetery. SAMUEL ALPER S3, of 641 Meridian ave died Oct. 7. He came here 20 years ago from New York City, and was the owner of several apartment houses on Miami Surviving -ire two sons. Dr. Richard G. and Clifford: a dm. Miss Gloria; and two sisters swrva-r* Ocl at Riverside Memorial Chapel. Washington a v., with burial In M l. Nebo Cem etery. HARRY BECK 70. of 421 77th st., died Oct. 8. He came to Miami seven years ago from \,-w rork. and was a retired predll manager and a veteran of VNorld War i lie If survived by his wife, i: three brothers an I two si Ices and burial were In New fl I %  •with local arrangements by Itlverslde Memorial Chapel. Normandy Isle. MRS. JENNIE KLEIMAN %  5, of 1186 N\V I2nd St., died Oct. 8. S*he came here 12 years ago from Rochester, NY. Surviving are her husband. Manuel: two daughters. Indueling Mrs. Rita 1-ogel. Ml.ml: a son and five sisters, including Mrs. Gertrude Rrotsky and M-s. Betty Demers, Miami Beach. Services were Oct. 9 at Gordon Funeral Home, with burial in Mt. Sinai Cemetery. MRS. ESTHER COHEN 61. of 7.'.7 ISrd St., .11.-d Oct. 6. She came here /six years ago from New York. Surviving are a daughter, Ms Harriett Volpe, and a son. Services were Oct. 8. MRS. SOPHIE KANN 63. of 111 NW 76th st.. died Oct. 6. She en me here nine years ago from New York, and Is survived by her husband, Sidney, s-rviowere o.-t. 8 at Gordon Funeral Home, with burial In Mt. Nebo Cemetery. HARRY TITLEBAUM 70. of ISM S\V 72nd ave.. died Oct. 7. He came here in 1954 front Mt Vernon, N.Y.. and was formerly chief .,f police of Bronxvllle, N.v Re ; is a Mason and veteran of World War 1. Surviving are his wife. Sophie: a son. Jerome: daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Frank: four brothers, including Joseph Tltlebauni. Miami: two sisters, Including Mrs. Klla Bernard, Miami: and four grandchildren Bervlcei were Oct. S at Cordon Funeral Home. with burial in Mt. Nebo Cemetery. RUDOLPH SCHER 6R, of 2114 Flamingo pi., died Oct. 3. He came bare 15 rears ago from Chicago, and opera!..I a sundry shop In the Raleigh hotel. Surviving are his %  rife, Bally, %  brother and three sls-.1Services were Oct. 7 at Newman Lj-'uneral Home under the direction of ";,,r,i.,n Funeral Home, with burial In Mt. Nebo Cemetery. IRVING SADKIN riS, former Miami resident and housebuilder, died Oct. 5 In New York. He is survived by his wife, da: sister, Sallv; brother, Paul, and son. Herbert. Miami Reach. Services were Oct. 7 In Great Neck, NY LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUSNAME LAW NOTICE IS HKHK1IY GIVEM that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of OEM PLUMBING at 318 N.W. 170 St.. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, l-'lorlda. GEORGE M.ORACKEN. Sole Owner. 10>16-23-J<>. 11/6 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business unuer the fictitious name of t-IIAKM MODELING SCHOOL AND AGENCY at 277 Miracle Mile; Coral Florida Intends to register Mia with the Clerk ol the Clr, nit Court of Dade County, Florida. OAYLE CARSON u F.I.I.IS.'II. DOUGHERTY & ZAIAC Attorneys for Gayle Carson 10/16-23-30. 11/6 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HER1 BY >;l\ EN thai the underslj i --age In H under tin fictitious nai PL \c BRAND; I LAO PRODUCTS u P.O. Box :;:-:.". Ml I to reel :ii thi Clerk of ibe Circuit Court of hale County, T-1.. i i KEGAR-CARIBE OF FLORIDA, • INC., %  Fin. Corp. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney f< mt 1111 -\-1n. Bldg. 10/16-2W. 11 'fi IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADF COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 5iC 97.7 Vic Tin; B. I-AINK, Plaintiff, SYLVIA I. PAINE, l i.-r.-n lent. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: SYLVIA I.. 1 AINE r-2-.r. \ 71sl Cr. scent Flushing; B, N j Yi.r ARE HEREBY notified to file your Answer or otherwise plead to the Complaint for Divorce filed herein with the Clerk of the above Court, %  mi serve a copj thereof upon Plaintiff's attorney, SHELDON N. IJELCHUK, Ml duPont Building, Miami, Plorlda, on or lefore the liuli day of November, ItW, or a Decree Pro Cnfesso will be eni. % %  ,. %  auainsf you. i: i: I.K \'I'III:I;M \.\ Clerk. Circuit Court (seal) Hy: C. L. AI.FXAN'OF.K, Depjlty ''lerk. 10/16-2S-3). 11/6 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERKUY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of CHAMP'S AITO SALES at 3714 N.W. 2nd Avenue. Miami, Fia., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ANTHONY LOlACONo, %  "''. interest HELEN GAGI IANO. %  "'-. interest GOLDMAN & GOLDSTEIN Attorneys for Reeintrant 2303 W, Flagler Street Miami. Fla. 10/16-23-31. 11'6 NOT.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTH'K IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the flew loua nan I PONCE TII F COMPANY, (nol Inc.) at 72" N.W. 21st Street. Miami, 11a., Intends to regi-ler said na lie with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. WILLIAM RUBINSTEIN, s ile i twner GOLDMAN ft OOLD8TBIN Attorneys for Registrant 230.1 w. Flagler Street Miami, Florida 10/16-21-3 1. II fi IN THE COUNTY JUDGES" COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 47665-C IN" RE: Estate of BERNARD FLrASHNICK, i leceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Bald Estate: You, and each of you are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands wbfbh you, or either of you. mav have against the estate of BERNARD FLIA8HNICK deceased late of Dade County, Florida, t. the Honorable Cttunty Judges of Dade County, and file the same in their offices in the County Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Bald claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to t>e sworn t. and presented as aforesaid, or name win !,.barred Bee Section 788.16 of the 1341 IT .bate Act. Hat.October t, A.D. IMS. DORA il.l A.'H.VICK I'llll If FLIASHNtCK As ExrouU.rs of the Las' Will and T.si.mi.ut of i:.-rn.u.l Fllashnick. 1 %  e ased. KOVNER ft M ANNHF.IMF.R Attorne> s for Executors |0 I6-1J-J'). ll'fi CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUT.ON IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO ALL To WHOM TriESR. PRESENTS SHALL COME, GKKETLN IS: Whereas, HAiili) H SMITH, MIAMI BEACH, Fl OR1DA: STANLEY ANi ,f> HE VII. IDA; BENNETT M. I.IIl'i:u. MIAMI A .' .1 %  n the 111r day Of A| I ll. A.D. 19 to b nci irp. rated under t he pr cii inter B08, i % %  %  i es, PHILM VR i F FLORIDA, INC., a corporation, wRh I liuslM1 I HI, i : COUNTY, in .nl when as 'he i the iii day of i'.ober, A.I>. ti be filed In the offlc of r< lary of the SI its ,.r Florl j authenticated resoled by the • he |,r,A isioiiof1 ii Ch 8, i i... i %  stal • %  showing the dissolution of p'icit c rporatlon. Now, therefore, the Be. itary of State does hereby certify to the foreind that in is satisfied thai lulrements ,'f law have been omnlled Ith IN WITNESS WHFREOF, I have hereunto set my hap I and have affixed the Oreal Bedl of the state of Florida, at Ta'lahasseej the Capital, this the FIFTH day of OCTOBER, A D. I:•"" .seal) R. A. C.RAY. Secretary of state. 10/1H ". IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 59C 9274 ELINOR L. LUCEWICH, Plaintiff, vs. JOSEPH LUCEWICH. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION You. JOSEPH Ll'CEWICH. Corner of Carlock Avenue and Rrace Avenue, Perth Ambov. New Jersey, are required to file your answer to tne> complaint of divorce wllh the clerk of the above Court and serve a copy thereof upon Herman Cohen, Attorney 1305 Congress Bldg., Miami. Florida, on or before November Z, 1959, or else complaint will be taken as confessed. Dated September 29, iq-.Q E. R. LEATHEHMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (seal) By: JOAN SNEEDEN. Deputv Clerk. 10/2-9-16-21 CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRF.&ENTS SHALL COME, flRFETlNGS: Whereas AARON ROSENBERfA MIAMI. FLORIDA; IDA ROSENBERG. MIAMI, FLORIDA; MORRIS BARON, MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA did on the 9th day of November, A.D. laffl, causa to be Incorporated under the provisions of the genril Corp ratlon law of the Stale of Florida DETROIT EFFICIENCIES. INC., a cornoratlon, with Its principal place of business at MIAMI. DADE COUNTY. In the Stnte of Florida, and whereas the proper officers of sub co-poratlon did on the 3rd day of o.-tober, A IV I!'"!*, cause to be filed in the office of the Secretary of State of the State of Florida, a duly authenticated resolution adopted hy the stockholders under th.provisions of nsid ChapFlo! Ida Statutes, showing the dtesolutl. n of nuch corporation Now. therefore, the Seeretar'of State do.hereby certify to the foregoing and that he is satisfied that qulrementl Of law have been complied with. IN WTTNEFS WHEREOF. I have hereunto set mv hand and hive affixed the Great eM of the StAte of Florida, at Tallahassee, the Canltel. this the THIRD day of OCTOBER. A.D IT," R. A. C,R\Y. Bet rotary ol State 10 ",'"./59 NOT CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HERF.RY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to em business under the fictitious name of "1 \ N OB \N"l >E Hi (TEJ .t loft 37th Street. Miami Beach, Florida Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Hade County. Flhrlda. IDEAL HOMES. INC By: Rcnne Gittleman, President MYERS, HEiMAN & KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant 10/16-23-30, 11 'fi NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 59C 9627 OTTO ALBERT POHL, Plaintiff. vs. HILDA POHL, 1 lefendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: HILDA POHL (Residence unknown) tou HILDA POHL are herebv notified that a Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney. ALAN SHERR, <1T Lincoln Road. Miami Reach. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the circuit Court on or before the 16th day of November, 1959. If you fall to do so. Judgment bv default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. DONE AND ORDERED at Mlwmt. Florida, this Sth day of October, A.D. E. B, I.EATIIF.KM \N. Clerk. Circuit Court. D Ids I '0 in'.' (seal) H> : JOAN SNEEDEN, Deputy Cl< I lu 16-23-3J. 11/6 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No. 50C 0085-N FLORA D SUTWORTH, a Free Dealer, Plaintiff, GU "'I v OUIN vRBS MCI.'N and \ Nil. NH i A ME1.IN, JR.. her. ind. Defendants NOTICE OF SUIT BY PUBLICATION TO: GLORIA GCTNARDS MELIN. and ANTONIO A. MELIN, JR.. her husband. Defendants RESIDENCE UNKNOWN ,„.„„ YOU ARE HBREBY NOTIFTaV that a Bill of Complaint for Forecloeure has been filed aaatnet you bv the Plaintiff In the above styled Court and cause, for the purpose of foreclosing the mortrage on the fo'lnw ng described property, situate and being in Dade County. Florida, and more particularly described an follows^ lot 4, Block 57 FOURTH ADDmON TO r\LM SPRINGS SUBDIVISION SECTION E. as recorded in Plat Rook -R7 at Page 73 of the PuMle Records of Dade County. Flo-Ida, a-k/a/ 12M5 N.W. H Avenue. Hlaleah. Florida. YOU ARE HERKPA required to •erve a copv of your Answer or o'ner "'esding on ntalntifUn attorney. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN. 1111 Alnsley B'llldlng. Miami 32. Florida and file the original Answer or Pleadlne In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for Dade County. Florida, on or before the 11th day of November. |SM, or Judgment will twi taken against you for the reller demanded In the Bill of Complaint. WITNESS my hand and the seal or snld Court at Miami, Dade County. 11 .rids, this 2nd day of October, 195. F H I EAT1DT.MAN Clerk of the Circuit Court. Miami. Dade County. Florida (seal) By: JOAN SNEEDEN, ny Clerk MI I.TON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for plaintiff I'll %  lids:. Miami 32, Fla FR l-:,66i 10/9-16-23-30