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The Jewish Floridian ( October 23, 1959 )

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!" —Russian anti-Semites started fires this Rosh %  ona at a synagogue and at the cottage of the caretaker of a Jewish |etery in Malakhovka, a Moscow suburb, according to an American eler who has just returned from the Soviet Union, The New York BS reported this week. |e traveler, whose name was? phi lit, said the two attempts at in in Malakhovka occurred iy in the morning on the sec| day of Rosh Hasbona, and that [fires were the latest of sevrecent anti-Semitic incidents he suburb. ie reported that firemen saved small wooden M0-seat synalue, but that the cottage was •troyed and the wife of the retailer, a woman of 70, was lied when she tried to take possessions out of the rning cottage. Emergency re•rs wore made on the synaBue and second day Rosh Hahona services wore held. area forbidden to foreign diplomats and correspondents, the American businessman was able Continued on Page 12-A FKtSIDENT ffSENHOWM based on infegrify Ike, Nixon Affirm Belief Jew May Soon Become President HOUSTON, Tex.—(JTA)—A Jew Jewish Digest, monthly pocketcould be elected President of the | 3ize magazine, published here. United States in this generation,' President Eisenhower, Vice 31 leaders of the Republican and" Presid t Nixon. Adlai E. Steven i —_ I soiu Alfred M. Landon, most of Democratic parties believe. Their he ]eading 1960 p resid e n tial conviews are expressed in replies to tenders, prominent members of U though the suburb is in an a symposium conducted by the Jordan, Israel in Talks On Recent Border Incidents JTA—By Direct Teletype Wirs JERUSALEM—The Jordan-Israel Mixed Armistice Commission i~i to hold an emergency session on Thursday to discuss a Jordanian ( ttmplaint that Israel recently allegedly expelled more than 100 edouin from the Negev into Jordan. The Commission held a brief Vienna Police, \Students Clash VIENNA—CJTA) — Six persons I'cre injured seriously, and a score Df others suffered minor injuries then neo-Nazi students suddenly Jrned what seemed like an innocent academic parade into a Hitlerlike demonstration. The parade, had begun, presumably, as a memorial to Friedrich %  Schiller, famous German author land playwright, whose 200th birth %  anniversary is being observed by Imany universities' this year in [Germfty and Austria. Police were I on the alert, however, knowing [that neo-Nazi student organizations were behind the parade. formal session Monday night, but the results of a United Nations investigation was not yet available. Israel sources deny that any Israel Bedouin have been expelled to Jordan. The United Arab Republic two weeks ago lodged a similar complaint with tho Israel-Egyptian Mixed Armistice Commission after a clash between a group of Bedouin and an Israel Army patrol investigating the murder of an Israel officer near the Egyptian border. It was indicated here that the Bedouin involved were the several thousand Nomads living most of the time in Egypt or Jordan, who often cross into the Negev with the herds while grazing in Arab territory. the Senate and House, key governors, and the chairmen of the Republican and Democratic National Committees were among those who answered the question posed to them by the Jewish publication. The question read: "Now that most Americans seem agreed that a Catholic could be nominated and elected President by either of the two major political parties, we would be grateful for your opinion on whether you believe that in our generation a Jew could also be .nominated and elected to the highest office in the land" Fifty-eight percent of those who Continued on Pago 3-A Counter-Action Against French Firm is Denied JERUSALEM —(JTA) —An Israeli Foreign Ministry spokesman denied reports here that Israel had interrupted negotiations for construction of a huge passenger liner by a French shipyard because Renault, the government-owned French automotive firm, in a surrender to the Arab boycott of Israel, had suspended operations in this country. Tel Aviv newspaper headlines Monday night indicated that the halt in the negotiations was directly connected to the Renault issue. The negotiations were for construction of a new trans-Atlantic passenger liner for the Zim-Israel Navigation Company. An official version was that, actually, there had been no in_ terruption in the negotiations, only a possible, temporary impasse which developed before the Renault closedown was announced. It was pointed out that such hitches customarily develop during complex financial negotiations. (In Paris, it was announced that French Minister of Transport Bouron was to leave by chartered jet plane Tuesday for Israel, to attend the official opening of a new subway in Haifa. A special representatives of the City of Paris was also to go to Haifa with Bouron, to dedicate the main terminus of the subway, which has been named "Paris.") A nine-man, all-party committee set up in Israel to fight the Arab economic boycott has ruled out a counter-boycott against such firms as Renault, the French automobile Continued on Page 2-A Kaiser-Frazer To Sue Renault For $2 Million JTA—By Direct Teletype Wire TEL AVIV —The Kaiser-Frazer Company in Israel will sue the Renault auto firm of France for two million dollars in damages for breach of contract, Ephraim Illin, general manager of the Israel company, announced Tuesday. Illin cited documents relating to the current agreement between the two companies dated Feb. 27, 1959. which permits cancellation of contract without damages only if the government of France banned the supply of car parts to Israel for assembly here. He said that this was not the reason given by Renault for ending the agreement under which tho French firm's Renault was assembled in the Haifa factory of Kaiser-Frazer. The cornContinued on Page 7-A DALEY PROMISES EXAMINATION OF ISSUE Urge Chicago Mayor to End Creche CHICAGO^—(JTA)—The City of Chicago was urged this week to end | a practice of exhibiting on the main floor corridor of City Hall a portrayal of the Nativity Scene during the Christmas period. The appeal' was made by six organizations and five individuals. The organizations included three Jewish groups, and the individuals, one rabbi. Their statement said that a* Creche had been exhibited at City i ican constitutional principle of Hall for the past eight years de-1 separation of Church and State as spite the belief of many organizaj set forth m y^ £irst amen dment of turns and individuals that "this the Federal Constitution and the display of a religious symbol on f Bill of Rights in the Illinois Con! public property violates the Amer-1 stitution." The statement said that officials representing the American Civil Liberties Union, the American Jewish Congress, tho Chicago Board of Reform Rabbis, the Chicago Area Council of Liberal Churches, tho Union of American Hebrew Congregations, the Jewish War Veterans and tho Chicago Council of Traditional Synagogues met with Continued on Page 7-A



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Page 2-A ^Jmistncrktar KIM Pilots Train at lydda LYDDA. Israel — Royal Dutch KLM Airlines will train their pilots for the*copany' new jet plane* at the Aydda Airport here KLM official! explained that the company's facilities at the Amwtonlim, Holland airport are too near a large center of population, which would be disturbed by the jet engine noise. Becrh V-vr.? l*e re well s.cns rroclcar.stxss desir V .•??-.-.gmwtrrsi;p cienrman; and Max Fnevin-via BwCmc -r:^: r: — e— rersi^p. The 79 days from Ocf -* :.>: :. wC =*=rk •.-. Miamians to individuals, business, professional and industrial firms, here. Proceeds will go to the Dade county unit of the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, efforts of which hare been expanded this year to include research on viruses, such as the common cold, and arthritis. Included among tne valuable paintings being made available for the Nauonal Foundation's Christmas card use are "The Golden Bird." owned by Mrs. Jean Sheldon. Miami, and "The P r in te as and the Blue Roar.' owned by Mrs. Charles Fnedland. of Miami Beach. NOW YOU DJ W 3-4605 +JeiiH tat • tMHt DIAL JE %  dnml M. UeknuR 4 Sets 455 COUJHS AVt "A-ES JANITOR SEBVICE rmxr ZSTMKTZS i* -: %  sc r IKlasn — A A AND J %  -ccs WAXDK s crn so^a Bl XE. SSta SraPL 9-2921 of the Jewish AfMcr'i ertemal reia&f <•" depart i m ii and duiniwn e* the omm i t Hi d that ther* was littte that ctuW be wane f prwaonr sweh hjajjaunj as tha surrender by Renault to Arau aewnmen. awnm>w H-s committee. Grossman said, had worked for the past two years. whatever was possible w*h only force at ha disposal— persuasion—hut this, he ad mined, was only rarely successful He noted that economic boycott egal a many countries and thus that even if it mere panmMe to orgamae a campaign if ami I arm* observing the Arab boycott Jt Israel and eefnsng to deal with Israel, sue* efforts might prove uTetaL at the cotturewetton pure Ka ted mart than fiTl.tW in Israel Bonds in honor of Cantor and Oritt and in response to en appeal by the Temple's tpiritvel leader. Rabbi Leon Kroeuah. Many purchases were made with a prayer for the speedy recovery of Ontt. ho is ill in a local hospital. In a special message from Israel, P l ia nt MiaisUi David BenGnr im i praised Cantor's and Ontt's leadership m the Israel Bond drive, stating. -I am pleased to join in tribute to you as an example of devoted leadership which has produ c ed such an excellent record of Israel Bond sales this year. Your s ucce ss in marshaling subeconomic and moral supis an important factor in our efforts to continue the process of ingathering and integrating the exiles and attaining economic selfsufficiency. You may be proud of your role in these ach ie v eme n ts." Mrs. Gotda Meir. Foreign Minister of Israel, sent a special message emphasizing her tribute to Cantor and Ontt for their part m leading Miami's Israel Bond effort to the f ore fr o nt of all Amertcan cities. Special tribute was eaao paid h Mr*. Samuel Oritt and Mrs. Jack Cantor "for the lamp art and inspiration they have prawn their % ./stands in their le ad e rship of the Israel &£ etwee %  reseripf,, Si^, KOW IN TWO totn\ Dlut "oi lochml cowtimun ro ITSB 350 UNCOlNROail 721 IINCOIN t_ "••ne JE 14741 •ChUSTJ' WD C UH W coeruo lane $900,000 Prrvtlt CHAS. HIMEl SCIENTIFIC PEST CONTROL SIMCI ieoi ifi IMIPICT/OI ML J-3421 %  iffT Mw TU-$71 STRCNGYIIEN TK Of sue WY ISSAa MS Mrs Max Westx. chairman of the Women s Division, and Rabbi Kronish led a prayer "for Samuel Ontt s speedy recovery and for Jack Cantor's contnwed g • • d Wt IRSTUl GLASS POSE CUSS nuM iwanT run Han LI G.6USS AM) i j* s-w. m ST. Prmcipal speaker was YaeJ Da yan. year-oki Israeli author and daughter of Gen. Moshe Da ran. • THIS IS CJA CASH WEE' ch-ef of "rVocjreseincj with Our Many tonel's f o rmu defense staff ; A presentation of plaques bearJ %  the map of Israel was made to Canter and Ontt by Moshe Lesh %  • Israels Consul for the South* eastern region of the Canted — — — %  States Mrs Ontt received the J Cntun Wgff & S.W. 2M itVw. Idaone on behalf of her husband. COULTON BROS S4f S.W.4-1 PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO Masai s Lecdiaa Memarial Deal trs*



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Iday, October 23, 1359 *MwlSt fhr -Mian Page 3-A Tf %  ;.% Jewish President Seen as Possibility %  KSAV /. [Dear Mom and Pop Let's help Let's pay our CIA Wedge." This message appears on tags issued to more than |,000 children in Greater Miami religious schools as a relinder to their parents of CJA Cash Week. The Bureau of swish Education gets the project under way with Bureau lirector Louis Schwartzman presenting the first tags to Darryl •ershman and Cynthia Toppell, students at Beth David school. JC Reveals Dinner Speaker fepotlight will be turned on probmof youth at the eighth annual eeting of the Greater Miami lapter, American Jewish Committee, on Nov. 22, it was announcWcdnesday by Nathan B. bod, president. ISix concurrent workshops, pre^ding the annual dinner meeting the Dupont Plaza hotel, will GOLFERS Gain Continue, with NEW GRIPS All Style* Available Reshoirlne. MfinhhiM Alterations GOFFS ,4M P0HC1, WWrrj COUl CABLES cover every phase of adult-youth relationships. Morris B. Abram, dinner speaker, will d i s c u ss "Youth in the Modern World." In addition, annual reports will be given by Rood and Seymour Samet, director of the AJCommittee. Election of officers and board members will be held. Abram, who spoke here two years ago, has enjoyed a distinguished career both in private and public life. He is at present chairman of the citizens' crime committee of Atlanta and a member of the board of the 20th Century Fund. Social Singles to Dance B'nci B'rith Social Singles is sponsoring a Hallowe'en dance Saturday evening, Oct. 31, at the Empdess hotel. Dancing with music by Shep Barrie and his group. Miss Dorothy Mosk is chairman. ... and now AUSTIN BURKE %  rtftwfs F/orieVs larjeif ana* BOWeif se/ecfioas for til. TeeoofO StoWeart. Short, bosky, *r till. freoi 13 oor d older AUSTIN BURKES own ^Continental Look Carefully tailored with: Double Side VeMi • Slim Tooereo' Foot! HockiHfl Pocket* • Coffee! Slee.ei • Shorter Cutaway Jackets New Shipments Daily — Continental A Ivy New 1iS< and < %  .%(, 1960 Patterns } V^J **• SUITS *#• 50 SPORT %*%Q 50 COATS A # • FloHdt't Urgnt jMfk Qual.ly CUthler AUSTIN -J BURKE %  ^ "^ at a Dixouni. OPEN MONDAY, THURSDAY A FRIDAY NIGHTS 'TIL 9 P.M. For-Your Convenience Charge and Pan-Am Accounts Accepted. 608 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH, FLA. ClcHn cf Distinction Complete and Dependable Title Service M IAMI TITU= & Qktmct Co. 34 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE Title Insuroace Pelltle of Kansas City Title losoreoce CCapital, Sorolos !" nM hc4 $5,000,000 124 md 129 SHORELAND ARCAE* jWS&wV !" (Also Known Ae 124 and 12 Security Trust Company Bidg.) Continued from Pago 1-A replied, out of 47 who were queried, said they definitely believe a company, which has yielded to the Jew could be elected President in this generation. The other 42 percent said, in one way or another, that they hoped that before too long the electorate would do away with the tacit religious test traditionally barring all but white Protestants from the Presidency and the Vice Presidency. Of those who replied to the inquiry, 20 are Protestant, seven are Catholics and four are Jews. Eight of them arepotential nominees for the Presidency in 1960. Three of the respondents raised some question as to the accuracy of The Jewish Digest's premise that the voters are agreed that a Catholic could win the Presidency. Answering for President Eisenhower, his press secretary, Jamos C. Hagerty, wrote: "The answer to your question is ono which greatly concerns the President. Ho believes with all his heart that selection of a candidate for public office, including the highest in the land, should bo based ontiroly on integrity and ability—not on how that candidate chooses to worship Almighty God." Vice President Nixon replied: "It is a sign of developing political maturity that within one generation there is serious consideration being given to the nomination of Catholics for the offices of President and Vice President. I feel certain we witt see further progress in this important national aspect of our national life, so that within another generation the socalled 'religious test' will be a thing of the past." Adlai E. Stevenson stated: "I hope and pray that we have reached the point in this country where a man's character and ability and not his race, creed or color are the qualifications we look for in a candidate for the Presidency." Alfred M. Landon declared: "There have been great Jewish statesmen in every age and in every country since the first scrolls of history. Therefore, why should one not be elected President of the United States—assuming he measures up on other qualifications." Son. John F. Kennedy said: "The practical question whether a majority of American citizens would vote for a member of a minority religious group is being answered m every election year. Apparently the voters who hove elected Catholics and Jews to statewide office have based their decisions upon the qualifications of the candidates. I do not believe it is too much to hope that this can be transmitted to a national election." Sen. Estes Kefauver wrote: "I am not certain your premise is correct. For the same reason I don't feel thai I am in a "position to give you an informed opinion on your question. I do know this— freedom to worship is a clearl> defined constitutional principle in our nation. Americans and the people of the world should always aim at applying this principle to everything they do." TENSE NERVOUS HEADACHES call for STRONGER Yet SAFER ANACIH Won't Upso* The Stomach Anacii fmtttr icin not only S .ves D Of itrongtr, „.~i^ief from" pain of headache Vet la alao aa/ar. 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Page 4-A rJewistncrkMw Jewish Floridian OFFICE 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 MINDLIN Executive Editor ISRAEL BUREAU 202 Ben Yehuda — Tel Aviv. Israel RAY U BINDER C orrespondent United Nations Anniversary Greater Miami is now celebrating United Nations Week. The world peace organization will mark its fourteenth anniversary on Saturday. Since its establishment back in 1945, there have been frequently bitter words spoken about the UN. Some of the dissenting opinion has been in the nature of well-founded criticism. Some of it has been honestly motivated— if undeserving. But a good deal of it has stemmed from the vitriolic, hatemongering sources to which all men of goodwill are opposed. The sad thing about bigots and their statements is that they make greater and bolder headlines than do the deeds and aspirations of the decent and lawabiding. Decency and law are the foundationstcnes of the United Nations. Perhaps for this reason, the UN and its dedicated activities are net as well known as their critics—or enemies. As peacemaker, the United Nations has played a stellar role since the organization's creation fourteen years ago. As Godmother to the birth of c host of new republics, it has been the protector of those seeking to make their way in a free and independent manner. In its many programs for the cultural, scientific and educational advance of backward peoples; concern for the fate of children suffering the ravages of war, orphanage, hunger and want; efforts to ease the lot of refugees; extending the benefits cf the world's vast corps of labor; and many others, the United Nations has stood as a symbol of determination that peace and progress shall prevail. Can the UN do a better job? No one will deny it can't. But just as war and the neglect of need are symbols of human frailty, so is the slow advance of the UN a sign of man's limitations in the process of bettering himself— however good may be his intentions. The anniversary of the establishment of the United Nations should be an occasion on which all of us dedicate ourselves to the organization's highest goals and to the eradication of those influences which hamper its stride in the direction of peace and plenty. Greater Ties of Friendship Over the years, France and Israel have enjoyed increasingly strengthened ties of friendship. Their luckless partnership in Suez back in 1956 has since brought these two nations irrevocably together. Whatever reservations may hare been felt about him personally, the election to the Presidency of Gen. Charles de Gaulle served to cement the union even further. The political and military reasons behind this union are apparent, but understanding them should not in any way dimin ish the ultimate good of Franco-Israeli friendship. The fracas several days ago over the Renault firm's decision to cease its operations in Israel is a blow to the Jewish State's economic development and prestige. That Renault has acceded to. Arab coercion is one more sad example of the corrosive character of the unsettled Middle East But problems with the Arabs are one of the things France and Israel understand very well indeed. It was therefore heartening to see the reaction of the French government early this week. In an official exchange of diplomatic notes, France reaffirmed her Israeli ties of friendship despite the Renault automobile firm's bow to pressure. In a similar light, it was disturbing to learn of the rumored decision in Israel to halt a contract with a gigantic French shipyard for the construction of a super-oceanliner. If the rumor is unfounded, it will further prove the ties between the two nations. If it is true, it will betray a land of diplomatic immaturity that distinguishes little between the alMM '"-r Friday MSS teS^urtf**? Florid*. und*r thr A.-t .f March 1. 1*7. i ### it %  during **• aveelr fry LEO MINDLIN shakraMe belief in rugged individualism to rrtd QT. P enh,, T* 41 ATT -itoM vauoaofp^ b CT,m u*r*„2 national artihAT 1 time, embtZ form ii hue ft Meal change ta logical m kwp M h brought D tr*M ;' %  BJuaj those who practice it would be an impossibility hem say that the post World War II era encouraged many, SUItCR On V*ir *S.00 IPTION Thr ( Vrt $10.00 Volume 33 Number 43 Friday. October 23. 1959 21 Tishri 5720 "h Need's Considerable Deepening Need to Return to Germany The eleven men going on trial in Frankfurt for their harrassment of a Jewish family are another example of the steadily increasing number of neo-Nazi sympathizers in Germany. Over the years since the conquest of the Hitlerian hordes, we have observed this development with a mixture of horror and concern. That many German leaders today are sincerely dedicated to the ultimate and total democratization of their country is clear and beyond question. That many of Germany's people are contrite and determined the Nazi beast shall never again ravage their land is equally clear. This does not. however, erase the sad and frequendy terrifying memories Jews have with respect to Germany. Nor does it explain the magnetic attraction so many of them feel toward returning there. Kurt Sumpf is a case in point, who fled as a refugee, became an Israeli citizen, and was inesistably drawn to go back. His subsequent experiences in Koeppem are the result of the rise of neo-Nazi prevalence in Germany. The trial of the eleven men who forced nun to close up shop and move to Frankfurt symbolizes the nation's democratic determination. But Sumpfs need to return remains a phenomenon that is as unexplainable as it is frequent in occurrence. Simchas Torah Festival Hrt u We ma ? Su ch Torah beginning with afof !" Sjirday evenmg-SjvocLiontuTLSf^S. WQVing ags ^d marching behind their elders as the Torah hj carried in greganon. and back to th. altar agSn. The circular march is symbolic of the fesbval itself. Far Simchas Torah celebrate, thl Mos^andjh. begmning. with Genesis, of £ In a strong sense, this process *I !" ,K-I the eternal aspiration of £e ewTa-T^T I certainly reject, mex^gSy V &£ emergence in our time of the State of iW Snce 9 Cydieal nmUre ^oncaTexpe: ^irit^^dV^^i^S^^ to ^ nently .1 c.HrS£ SteT the festival imparts to them !" 1 .1 %  a h For spiralling j this regard. The struggle against the outward Communism has been a principal factor, where superiority of our way of life over Godless Marxu superabundant expression of faith in religious belief '' The trek from congested industrial centers to the been another principal factor. Not only did the pretsanT borliness• dictate some sort of spiritual identifi C it M JJ"y'j to show the harmonious family unit as the solid core 7 democratic society also militated in the direction of conformism. As both cases illustrate, there has beta drive toward the achievement of a kind of cultural ho so successful is the repression by intimidation of h of late, only such essentially mutant prototypes as the age to rise above the sickeningly sentimental call to "L_ Where such social changes take place, it is dear JT plummets to its low point. And, since tolerance u reab bridge between different cultures and their beliefs, it asnMi ly clear that human freedoms are reaching a moment at HM no one suffers so much as minority groups in a world sabtei tyranny of cooformism. ronmc rm wist CAM U BAumaows JUST AS MANY more forces than Communism and istellj ** uted to the crushing of the rugged individualism herent in American society, so have other characterutal. to mass religious identification emerged to mark the chant ] leu. religion is among the most significant of them—and tsvi to cause greatest concern for the civil liberurian-miadcd The battle to maintain in relatively unhampered democratic principle of separation of church and state %  few will deny that it offered increasing challenges in Minority groups have, for obvious reasons, assumed vaaraali' the battle. Jews, over a period of thousands of years tat Mi IOUS persecution, seized the opportunity afforded then bent the fray as leading combattants. Where conformism is on the rise, attempts can be i curb the simultaneous rise of religious expression in p Where the prevalence of such expression is seen as the i dote to Godless Marxism, the attempts can be disastrous. Fully aware of these dancers, American Jews, and aaaf civil libertarian organizations, have in varying degrea i years reiterated the principle of the separation of churti i as a doctrine inherent in the First Amendment to the Ca the United States. -:• •*• •:• KU6NMK mSTWCTION 01 ntooatmATKm? NFRACTIONS OF THE principle range from the benign a In] nant. Houses of the Congress open their sessions aii| Locally, as is the prevalent case elsewhere, a creche an on the grounds of the Coral Gables City Hall, with a — on the higher floors of the Dade County Courthouse to i Christmas season. In between these extremes are ianr dences of religious instruction in public school system the nation. A major target of civil libertarian organizations as I rising incidence of religion in the schools, which takes forms, ranging from seemingly innocent •release time" L programs to "non-sectarian" Bible reading affirmed ia is I the curriculum by state law. The arguments against teaal are varying and complex. Of gnstint significance assail that neither public school-age children, nor their teachers lectually equipped to handle n oca e cUnan" reUgaw that, in fact, such instruction is tantamount to lndoctriM Since the latter belongs in the home, church or iji argued that impressionable y o ungste rs are being denied I their parents in this regard. Hence the major concern %  fraction of the separation of church and state pnnapkj' As an aspect of the battle. Miami late last spring estewt. with a suit by Harlow Chamberlm against the Dade Cos*! Board, which sought ultimately to declare unconstitutwul*J provision making obligatory daily Bible reading in the J "" The weakness of the Chamberlin suit lay in the U session that both he and his wife do not believe in PP*J. nizable form of organized religion. Jewish and other nuartl have long suffered the facile charge of •'Godlessness• %  to bring religious instruction in the schools to an end I ens I •:• LOTTINC orators CAttr rue BAU PUT CHAMBERLIN WAS particularly vulnerable *J Florida chapter of the American Jewish Cotyn-e*? conjunction with attorneys in the Chamberlin case, reo1 a collatoral plea here to mitigate his weakness in this ttJJJ Whether or not the new litigants will indeed bnat "*j tages to the successful prosecution of the case re lM "!Jj3 other, more pertinent, questions develop here Some <**T3 if Jewish leadership is not in fact a liability to tne bnttf much as Chamberlin's alleged "I'llItT was reca$*fJ biuty Would not. they wonder, such litigation serve to i very thin* %  >k •. j very thing we seek to destroy? V-A Slm ^ ari J'"tot was the haste in filing a c^^C'l KStSL^Ki -----~w.i oi rennsyrvsma last sspt. io. —• %  r,J*f* m PP won in a case against the Abington %  cnoou, which their three children attend, enjoining tsei compulsory Bible reading according to a Pennsylvwu o Provision Terming the provision a violation of the FB* J ., inc court labeled the "Bible essentially a religwi **J c.sion ,s now scheduled for appeal before the l M**gi Court. Should it be upheld, the opinion will invalid* w. as well. ^i mii,?


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5ber 23. 1959 -JenlstifkirldHar) Page 5-A et Jews Live Under Impossible Circumstance: from Page 1-A %  nee of Jews and the creasing role they play and community life. ,u' • -"ii' %  -n. \i%. com pitted several it expected to show M of Jew* in all prirv and Republics and in condary areas of MM ariej of the Soviet to estimates, Mosiw a Jewish populaP.000 (in a city total of Leningrad, 300,003 [3,200,000); Kiev, 220,(Mal 1,000,000); Odessa, ty total 625,000); and |),000 (city total 301,;e concentrations are liarkov, Vilna, Lvov, akum Tashkent, Cherilisi, Dniepropetrovsk Izhan. lining Jews are settled of the Soviet Union, Jberia and the new inBvclopments, but virlive on collective Soviet Jews live toll has happened to lous life? How much Km remains? What are Their fears? How ee their role in the iriet state? In relationship with Israel? With Western Europe and the United States? This reporter spent a month touring Western and Southern •reas of the Soviet Union. DorIrig that time dozens of discussions were held with Jews in all walk, of life. The talks were trank and rewarding. But before an American Jew can hope to understand the present-day life of Soviet Jews, he must understand the history of Jewry in the Soviet Union, (he terror of the Stalin period and the subslantial changes since 1053. Perhaps the first impression in talking with Soviet Jews is also one of the most significant. All Soviet citizens over the age of 16 carry identity cards. They are similar to those required in most of the countries of Western Europe—except for the additional entry of "nationality." An American Jew thinks of his nationality as American, his religion as Jewish. In the Soviet Union, where the state stands for atheism, Jews are considered a separate national group and no recognition is given to religion. Soviets are classed according to the nationality of their parents. A child born to Jewish parents in the Ukraine is registered as a Jew, not as a Ukrainian. THE EDITOR rial Showed Perceptive ^standing of the Issue lie Jewish Floridian: I had the pleasure of or excellent editorial | our ADL meeting in ?r glades Park lamilton, superintenscuss "Expanding FaEverglades National Be Miami Public Li27 at 8 p.m. The proisored by the library pical Audubon Society. Your deep understanding of this complex problem and our position with respect to it are clearly stated in your editorial. Actually you have made an analysis and evaluation of our policy in this field, and it is entirely accurate. I hope that greater activity by all civil libertarian organizations will finally bring an end to this illegal curtain of intolerance which is a blot on our national scene. PAUL SEIDERMAN Chairman of the Board Florida Regional Office Anti-Defamation League INSURED SAVINGS HOME FINANCING SAVE-BY-MAIL Oldest and Largest in Miami Beach VIIAMI BEACH FEDERAL • AVINGS AND'LOAN ASSOCIATION lain Offices: Lincoln load at Washington Avtnut tranche* [ H.r.h Sh.r. Ir.ftth: SOI 7IM iff I. ••" •* •eetti ih.r. ItiMki Sth Str •* WaMaete *ee j *a*y !>!•• Srn


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Page 6-A PJMI ncrkftin Friday, Oclotn,* New Dade Federal Landmark After 25 Yei Dade Federal's new towering main office on W. Flagler st. Building Shows Institution's Faith in Miami's Continuing Growth and Sound Progress Dade Federal Savings and Urn of Miami is now .n its new, towering downtown headquarters at Flagler st. and NE 1st I Formal opening was k 1 by a ribbon-cutting i presided over !; Koberr King B move in to the new buildma from old headquarters at 45 NE 1st ave. i Dade Federal's 25th anniversary celebration. This marks the seventh pansion of th SI JO million inetitution, which first taw the light of day in in..*, and underlines the faith in the continued growth of Miami and Dade county held by president and founder Joseph M. Lip-on and his beard of directors. The renovated and mod-. ;ng pr cal facilities for a vast exMilford Clements, vie president-secretary, has wide experience in the banking field. and has been associated with Dade Federal sinew 1949. pansion program, the need for which has been dictated by the rapid and steady growth of the 25\-.arold institution, and of the area it servo. I: was in 1957 that Lipton and his board became convinced that the quarters at 45 NE 1st ave. far too small to accommo:he burgeoning association. 50.000 people pouring into Dade each year, and mo-t i I them seeking help in buying homes. Dade Federal had reachpin: .'here the downtown was bursting at the seams, ation had four large branch offices. Jtes cast about for a building suitable for their purposev ve re twofold: they wanted space for acedi ed a i iation'a progr -jmbol of in Dade county and the downtown Miami area. A bu'ld-ng that offered the physical attributes they needed was found at Flagler and NE 1st ave. But its construction and appearance did not radiate the spirit Lipton was determined to symbcliie. But Lipton and his colleagues it the structure—the former First National Bank bldg.—and immediately undertook a staggering program of renovation and modernization, which Mas completed only last week. Architect Edwin Reeder and Associates, apprised in detail of what Dade Federal wanted to ray through the buildisg that was to house the main office. ripped away the old Corinthian of the structure and created a gracefully elegant building in keeping with the national trend for modern financial institut.ons. The co mp l et ely remodeled building features an open facade on the south and west sides, with glass walls rising for three floors between piers of granite and spandrels of marble. A color scheme of pink and gray was chosen for the first three floors while above this point the brick walls dUappear behind intricate grillework of gold and silver enodyxed aluminum, to which odd sixt multicolor plastic panels ar attached in an informal m*nnr. The granite used in the building is a mahogany red quarried They Served As Liaison Ronald A. Lipton. assistant I to the president, Dade FedI eral Savings and Loan Assn. of Miami, and George A. | Price, vice president and di| rector, were responsible for I coordination during the building period and acted as | liaison between the instituI tion's board of directors and the general contractor. ArI kin Construction Company. >•> -, : >tt\; Mayor Robert King High and Joswph M. Lipton, Dade Ft president, at ribbon-cutting ceremony. i On-the-spot field decisions were made by both men. reresulting in the saving of countless man-hours of labor, thereby expediting building construction to meet Dade Federal's scheduled opening. in Carthage. Mo., while the gray marble, called Creole, comes frcra Georg.a. The grillework is patterned somewhat after the familiar sidewalk gratings and is used as a grille for the first time in the Miami area. This grille projects 40 inches in front of the existing walls and serves as a sunscreen as well as a decorative covering. At the southwest corner of the building there is the only time and temperature sign in the downtown area. The main entrance has a protective canopy while the canopy just above the third floor, also of plastic, is equipped with lighting to completely illuminate the exterior walls after dark. The entire building is completely air conditioned with the latest type of equipment available for large office structures. Interior decor of the institution's new headquarters stresses the functional and utilitarian. Designed by Richard L Plumer Business Interiors Inc.. colors are bright with reds, yellows and blues employed. Columns along the vsj| facing the lobby arc of 1 gloss incorporating I pattern of beige, royal I turquoise. Furniture is made with numerous i lounge chair> for cususml teller winewi reedy for operation as hit safety depesit vault. Tfct in electron c equipment lixed in the business and i ing departments. The elevatrr* are the modern available with i ing device thai calls o numbers of the floors is tkl tomatic lifts rise and dea According to Lipton Didt I era will occupy the fcnt: floors and the remainder of i space, which • hich is beiaf. ( pletcly renovated as office i is now being leased. Dade Federal directors vleft to right) are Ion. president. Leonard Ban. George AP**l Char.es Beatty. Samuel Lipton. Joseph M. LipGus Feuer and Leo Robinson. Mi\\ *f At opening ceremonies are (left tr. H.,kt\ *.* and Mrs. Ronald Lipton. cnuistoitV2 ^ "^ Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Hen* a idem; Mr. and Mrs. JosapTunton J -UL?" coun L Mrs. Harris in the Jo**P* *~ F*. ptaaaaanLdaughter, Harriet



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kber 23. 1959 +Jenisti ncricfiain Page 7-A it High School Storm Troopers 1 IRIA, Va.—(JTA>-The existence of a "Nazi Storm Troop" igh school boys was disclosed here this week as police ie arrest of three teen-aged anti-Semites. The group wag recent activities involving defacement of property with logans, arson and theft of rifles and ammunition. Police said some of the youths were linked with George Lincoln Rockwell, self-styled commander of a neo-Nazi organization in nearby Arlington. Rockwell, a former naval officer, has spread antiJewish propaganda in the nation's capital area for about two years. Youths aged 14, 17 and 18 are accused in the fire bombing of the home of the Vice Mayor of Alexandria. Anti-Jewish and Nazi slogans were pasted on the doorway. At a Juvenile Court hearing, HM 14-year-oM plaaded guilty to arson charges. Sentencing was postponed for two weeks. Juvenile Court jurisdiction was waived on the 17-year-old, who was or-Frazer Renault from Page 1-A meys have started Raterial for the demur owners in Israel nsolation. The Arab (lations to which it was enault bowed in canagreement does not %  ts of spare parts to ch government meanflven Israel assurances cision of the Renault end car assembly Israel will not affect el friendship, it was esday. issurance was given chai Shneerson, Israel faires in Paris, banded Cour de Murville, the eign Minister, a note (Israel's views that the etion may influence companies to bow to eague boycott against | officials contended lay that high producand high Israel taxes null participation in the ubly plant of the Israel ber Company u n e c o |nd that this was the Br for the decision. dered held for grand jury action on charges of conspiracy and violation of probation. The 18year-old, Lloyd J. Conner, was held for the grand jury on arson and burglary charges. The father of the 14-year-old revealed the existence of the Nazi "Storm Troopers" at the local high school. He indicated the movement was inspired by Rockwell. Alexandria school superintendent T.C. Williams announced that he would launch an inquiry. Informants stated the group included Rockwell's disciples and was supplied with Nazi insignia, swastika arm bands and anti-Jewish material in pamphlet form. The Vice Mayor, whose home was the target of arson and antiJewish propaganda, is a non-Jew. His wife, also a Christian, is a Juvenile Court judge. Rumanian Officials Charge Israelis are Molesting Them Accepts lanship |Roy CoHins of Florida (ted the honorary chair|of the Diplomatic Ball to America Israel's new or, Avraham Harman, it lunced by Samuel Oritt [A. Cantor, general chairlie Greater Miami Israel Imittce. Momatic Ball, which will (the Jewish community's Ison, will be held Dec. S pitainebleau hotel. JGov. Collins on the honnmittec are many distinLmerican leaders in pubommunal life. )NG DISTANCE iOVING t\WUr£5'~ [points in the country IATES CHEERFULLY WITHOUT CHARGE •B.B.VM [ME, WC. N.W. 24th Avenue 196 MIAMI TEL AVTV—(JTA)—Rigid security measures were being enforced this week at the Rumanian Legation here following a complaint by Rumania of an alleged attack by unidentified assailants upon two members of the legation staff. Officials of the legation said that the Rumanian government took a "very serious view" of the matter. First word of the attack came from Bucharest where the Rumanian Foreign Ministry complained to the Israeli envoy that a legation driver had been attacked in Tel Aviv. At the time of the attack the legation had made no complaint either to the police or to the Israeli government. A legation source said that the two staff members were attacked as they sat ic a parked car on a Tel Aviv street. Mayor Urged To End Creche Continued from Pege, 1-A Mayor Richard J. Daley last June 9 to discuss the problem. "The conference fully reviewed the constitutional and religious grounds" against such a display, the statement said, adding that "after a full and frank discussion, Mayor Daley told the group that he would take this matter under consideration." The participants in the conference said that the statement was being issued, five months afler the meeting with the Mayor, "so that there may be public understanding and discussion of this situation." The Rumanian Minister Petru Manu left Monday for Jerusalem where he lodged a formal complaint with the Foreign Ministry. The Ministry later stated that only one unidentified man was involved in the alleged attack. Israeli officials said they learned from Mr. Manu that, on Oct. 13, a legation employee, driving an automobile on a Tel Aviv street, was accosted by an unidentified person who allegedly tried to hit the Rumanian with a stick. 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Page 8-A *JmU*ntTk1ton Friday, jtlt f %  Religion Forum At University T.ward Interreligious Understanding" is the theme of a oneday wnr*>mv*v*Mch was to take place at the University of Miami "World Disaramgf Prof. Donald SDr,.J University of M u'*' ••W..rld I.armamr ,, log Tuesday of ta, <£}, L*dge and Chapter ofiffi at Zamora Jewish Center The meeting markedijj Week. InvocatwoWS flit Mi n .. "I nooa on Thursday. Sponsored oy the ~ Will versify of Miami's Religious Centers, which r include the Baptist Student Cen-' J !" J M M ^ „, an, ,er. Bnai Br.th BUM Foundation. £ U !" P !" e r !" all0 B Canterbury (Episcopal. Foundaj !" ^ f the U w tion. Wesley (Methodist) Found.£ !" a ''"", a d %  <* tion. and Westminster (Presbyteruel v,llom fl at the pu* ian> Foundation, the Anti Defama' tion League of Bnai Brith, FiorDirector fo be Chosen ida regional office, and the Florida Council on Human Relations, the workshop was to be keynoted by Dr. H. Franklin Williams, vice ent of the University of Miami. Community leaders end Center officials talk things over at the semi-annual board dinner meeting of,the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, which honored Dr. Benjamin B. Rosenberg (second from left', who will soon leave his post as executive director oi the Center Board Meeting Hears Plea For Establishment of Summer Camp The need for a country camp and for more modern buildings for the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center mi by Dr. Benjamin B. Rosenberz. executive director of the Greater Miami Jewderation, at the semi-annual Greater Miami C Defamation League, was to speak Vee^%*IJ( programs would be impossible." j on '"Subversion and the South." Speaking for the United Fund Coordinating the workshop was Greater Minmi Jewish Federation. Left to riqht are Scm J. Heiman. Federation president; Hcrry Cain. United Fund president; Isidore B. Simkowitz, GMJCC president; and William Sussman, chairman of the meeting and president of the Miami Beach YMHA. NOW YOU DIAL FR 3-4605 for +Jmi Private Vtt ISRAELI A DOMESTIC Q.FTS Robbi Dr. Tibor H. Stern 311 Washington Ave w M. B. Phones: JE 1-19*9 — JE 1-6150 5ft£' V Here, memory is forever enshrined in beauty V nl Ni o. Mi I'M'' !• -t and • J. :-ti .Mm-trr\ jn !•* %  \uur Iii-t Jit ha• r ovef 1.000 other hichU e-lernil fearisb IJI\ Perpetoal Care I'uml evrrjing mio l\ etu asauraBce of nnrirr • ruittjrte. Iwauty \nj liirrr are M Uses, j--<---mrnI* > %  < mjintt-njru I ...-i^ our initial nrrtl W inur oej) one. Detail*>ill be r.la.llv lutm-he.l. in \i>ur humr. b\ mail or BSSSSM. MIAMI'S MOST BEAUTIFUL EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH CEMETERY edNEWTOV> CoHoisinl Famous Resort evsrleoihf to Kal where Wilsni/e sseeti Ike ss*. Tessksf frees Internotloral Airport. root— ond bungalows, oil trill radio. Complete conventios too'Kss I for up to 2 000. oir-cseo.'eseil Venation Roost oed Cssleseal Swimming pool lee landscaped gardsss, u*sl Wilt* WillKist W. OesssRll Across the U.S.A.e. is Wl MASSAGLII CREST OF GOOD JOIWHMASSAOUAJI,! — MASSAGUA H0TBS SAKTA MON.CA. CAltf. nMdliReat SAN JOSt CAlir Melel •• .lON IIACM. CAUr. Me-*i ejAllUf. N M He*. ,•-* • AiSUOUWOUt Hessl hmttm • DfNVH. COtO. M.HJ s< ust WAJMIN6ION. 0 C. MeW >•**• • HAITKM0. COHM. Hels llew PITTS8UM. PA. MeW I** !" • CINCINNATI. 0. Melel ***_^ NSW TO** CITT M.tel *•**• KOMOtULU Hotel wa %  "•* %  —— WeeteVlessodktW'' Tetetype serrlce fassirf fist with wonderful Hot Springs waters Dr.U fse mt4 /•• •*" %  **• hW ...Mi. t Sofs. *W '"" '• • *•. **• e> •AesK*' -•" •"•• J'b//// j'tfa &f&dm 5J05 Northwest 3rd St. FkotM 1-7*93 > FOR DETAILS WRITE TO.... Mount Nebo Cemetery 5505 N.W. 3rd Street, Miomi. Flor^o Pirate trnti mr. mlhoul obligation, full details on Family Buiial Etlales in MOUHI \ebo. Name ttWreea I ii\ Zone Slate Ye. eea. betes e-ey .11 reethet -A Am te tseei*. eee) tatiene esd relief fee eetwriti*. isetise. end &f > the re*Roe~e. n*" -1 ..ten et Met Sprme*. & • %  %  ^-Nd betMteu*. riebt in the A/l-ofo%  **• r~ end slespers by seei^l era. *ke prWecy •• r* "** ele-.toc direct Tree beeeltelit, ead Use -est i e-'er>*-ment is yews t. erT •* *• A *~'"~7.^ Mot Sarmejstss* kw-y betel. Ce-cerf. *** %  d beNreeea desswtsj isseeic by (edy Rest" the AHmete* Orcbestr. Seciel "-"***'.. ^ H* W — fjrac-i^ *~ ^jW M* Seeb^s. Seaerb f-* T^W Cleb prWileees *t •* ^TL^ j\ O-try CMt. ^"Z^ZZZ JA ettetes Memilto-CH-c-"&.~r* F-^t-J— A tor*-'*" %  ride *f tb* AHbsate*. Reow. rates -n* beef betb fcem fteeebb. $7 skeeW. WMt twin beds m* ermt*. t-* bMillsWUs^ltsimsls. N. rew. cfceree te. cna*e. i "id BATHS %  -"—einei SKINS mm HOT SPRINGS NATIONAL PARK. ARKANSAS



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>ber 23. 1959 vhas Torah Fete Weekend Services I days of Sukkoth will begin, with Heshana Rabbah Great 1— services here Friday evenine Th „K, L conclusion the High Holy D1T S L son rn„S """i Which b prayers on Saturday. Sabbath servi^r" W ', th Shem Ee the Yizkor memorial. Simchas Toraih^f ke nd wiU Inclusion of the reading of the Five Book', n,• v S UVal mart of the reading with Genesis will tak? D I SeS '• nd the Kakofos, a Joyous processional' march* wit? the Toi^ Impart -Jewish n*r*Hcr) Page 9-A ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyla i.e. Rabbi Isaac Evir. Dshana Rabbah 7:30 a.m. Itzereth 5:30 p.m. Saturday Yizkor memorial n a.m. Memorial Prayers In a PMV." Simchaa Torah 6 p.m. • IMES. 2633 SW 19th ive. Uva. Maxwell Silberman. 115 p.m. SJkturday Sheminl la .i in eunauy bmujiias k.m. LviD. 2435 SW 3rd ave. Con. a Rabbi Yaakov Roaenbera. William W. Llpaon. 10 p.m. .Saturday Sheminl a.m. Yizknr memorial 11 'oa 6:45 p.m. Sunday 81m9 _a.m and 5:30 p.m. SO0 8VV 17th ava. Orthodox, olomon Schlff. 10 p.m. Saturday 3:30 a.m. (emorlal 10:15 a.m. Sermon: .It Reborn." Simchas Torah I : %  p.m. Sunday 8:30 a.m. IETH. 12250 NW 2nd ava. %  tlva. Rabbi David W. Herhtor Hyman Pain. 13 p.m. Sermon: "Fact and V* t—.om ersntion ? 9 ? n $* 73 %  ajBaBBBjaaaBBaBSBBBBaMI %  ..._,, CANDLEUGHTING TIME 21 Ttahri — 5:20 jun. %  "' %  '"' • u,,i New Ark and Bimah at Temple Zamora in Coral Gables & DBm'fPVi'jpcj TIT II" fy nisnj?n nx nnxii .rrV? 1ii irtrra ) Vina B^anir too snto irx (riift T I M VTT snto DJ inj .ia"?a fan irprrg nVnp£ ^D^K-jirgD'ninan 33i nog-rraa on .onrw tmvr •* -i • • i >an VfMrjg D hfriy -mra, ,o;r\naa • I T I n nan onrtn itfxa on 1 ? a^ ^x-ifir 1 ? V T T 1 • •? DJ IBO"? o^ai rg *? mi jpglf I I • T • Israeli Sportsman f Israel team I. it is true, attain one of the ices, but it played a good nd defeated the teams of large countries. visit of a team of Israel nen abroad is not only a IS event. It is also an im|t event for the local Jewish Unity. The Israeli boys visit pagogue and other Jewish infns. They meet the local their homes, and they parpy make a profound impresthe youth. the members of the group to Israel they have many to tell — both about the [they played and about the fchom they met. B&hed by Brit Ivrit Olamlt) ^f en<, ^. R a on and Emotion." Saturday Sheminl Atiereth am str M7 : 'T he I ad ,hat Llv e a rnd^ h ; a m "H^W"? Yllkor "••"•"rial 10:30 To7ah ?m Z !" Sunda > ""Cha torah 8 a.m. Sermon: 'The Commandment of Happlneas." H22 '"**"-. 4000 Pralria ava. Orthodox. Rabbi H. Loui. Rottm.n AiLIri',h B:3 U -pm Sa^rday Sheminl Serm?i •?i 4a o am ,Y zkor memorial, a! i" : J A 2f rv,ce of Love." Sunday Simchas Torah. ".I." £822 30, • 3,1 Waahlnoton Cantor Maurica Mamchea. lESSL, H iT nan Ra'ah 7:30 p.m. 8 io i „ Al vM lh 6 pm Sunday 8.30 a.m. Tlzkor memorial 11 a.m. Sermon: Juat Once More." Hakof.w 7 p.m. bunday Slmchaa Torah 8:30 B n T .1.!? APHAIL 13t Nw •* a Orthodox. Saturday Sheminl Ataereth 8:30 a.m. JHkor memorial 10 a.m. Rabbi Max Shapiro to officiate. Sermon: "The Mnal Journey." (Umchaa Tora*i Saturday evening and Sunday 8:30 a.m. "TH TFILAH. 35 Euclid ava. Or. thodox. Rabbi Joaaph E. Rackovaky. rYitlay .i:30 p.m. Saturday Sheminl Atzereth 8 a.m. Sermon: "Are We Toa-eiher?" Yizkor memorial 10:30 a.m. Mlncha 5 p.m. Sunday Simchan Torah 8:30 a.m. Sermon: "What IH Happlneaa?" 30RAL WAY JEWI8H CENTER. P.O. Box 34-534, Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. DADE HEIGHTS CENTER. 18160 NW 2nd ave. Conaervative. Cantor Emanual Mandel. Friday 3:16 p.m. One* Shahhat boata: Mra. Irving Lampert and Mra. Harry liurhhiMK. Saturday Sheminl Atiereth 9:30 a.m. Yizkor memorial 11 a.m. Slmrhas Torah Saturday 7 p.m. and Sunday 9:30 a.m. — • FLAQLER-QRANADA. 50 NW Slat pi. Conaervative. Rabbi Barnard Shoter. Cantor Fred Bernateln. Friday 5:30 p.m. Saturday Sheminl Ataereth 9 a.m. Sermon: "The Vitamin of Spritual Life." Yizkor memorial 11 a.m. Hakofon 6:45 p.m. Sunday Slmrhaa Torah 9 a.m. FT. LAUDEROALE EMANU-EL. 1801 E. Andrewa ava. Reform. Rabbi Marlua Ranaon. Cantor Sherwin Lavlna. • HEBREW ACADEMY. 018 8th at. Orthodox. Rabbi Alaxandar Qraaa. Friday Hoahana Rabbah 5:30 p.m. Saturday Sheminl Atzereth 8:30 a.m. Yizkor memorial 10 a.m. Sermon: "Feaat of Conclusion." Klmchaa Torah Sunday 8:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Sermon: "Feaa^of^ Rejoicing." m cnafge of he religious festivi HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CON. ties, assisted by Cantor Meyer OREQATION. 1150 W., 88th at.. Palm Friday 8 p.m. Sermon: "Live RIRIUeoualy and Enjoy Life." Saturday Sheminl Atzereth 11 a.m. Yizkor memorial. Sermon: "Again We Remember." Simchaa Turah Saturday 7 p.m. • —— HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 2030 Polk at. Conaervative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor Yahudah Hellbraun. ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 24th tar. Conaervativa. Rabbi Morton Malavaky. Cantor Louia Cohen. Friday 5:45 p.m. Sheminl Ataereth Saturday 8:30 a.m. Yizkor memorial 10 a.m. Sermon: "Remembering Our Dear Onea." Children'* Hakofoi 7 p.m. Sunday Simchaa Torah 8:30 a.m. KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ava. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lahrfiald. Cantor Abraham Serf. Friday 5:30 p.m. Saturday Sheminl Atzereth 8:30 a.m. Ylakor memorial 10 a.m. Sermon: "Olft of Remembering." Hakofoa 6 p.m. Sunday Simchaa Torah 8:30 a.m. Hakofoa 10 a.m. MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION. 1101 SW 12th ave. Orthodox. Rabhl Harachall Saville. Cantor Joaaph Salzman. Friday 5:35 p.m. Saturday Sheminl Atzereth 9 a.m. Yizkor memorial 10:45 a.m. Sermon: "Imagea of the Hnkuf.m 5:30 p.m. Sunday Simchaa Torah. MONTICELLO PARK. 164th at. and NE 11th ava. Conaervativa. Rabbi Max Lipahitx. Frldav 5:45 p.m. Saturday Shemln Atzereth 8:45 a.m. Yizkor memorial 10:M a.m. Ilur Mllzvah: Robart, KM of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Fine; Edward, aon of Mr. and Mr.v Ifordachal s..|..rnon. SliTirlias Turah 6 p.m. al North Miami Reach Junior High. Sunday 8:45 a.m. NORTH DADaTcENTER. 13630 W. Temple Zamora to Dedicate Holy Vessels At Religious Ceremonies Sunday Evening Sidney H. Palmer, president of Temple Zamora, announced this week that a group of Holy Vessels to adorn the "Oren Kodesh" and pulpit of Zamora's recently-completed new facilities will be dedicated at a special religious ceremony Sunday evening. Presentation and dedication exercises will be followed by a reception and dance commencing at 8:30 p.m. Gerald Yanks, chairman of the entertainment committee, is in charge of the evening, assisted by Mr. and Mrs. Max Poller, board of directors and Sisterhood. Hosts of the evening will be the donors of the gifts and "grooms" of Torah who will be designated at the Sunday morning Simchas Torah service. Donors of the pulpit gifts are Eternal Light, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Davidow; Ark Candelabras, Mr. and Mrs. George Greenberg; Torah Crown, Cantor Rudolph Brill: Etzchaims and Breastplate, Mantis Baum and son, Jack; Bimah Candelabras, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Bimstock; Cantor's Podium, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Smukler; Reader's Podium, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Greenstein; sound system, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Malmuth; Silk Poroches for Ark, Mrs. Ruth Solomon for Sisterhood of the Temple; air-conditioning system, Herman Douglas for Men's Club of the Temple. "Grooms" of the Torah include M. D. Perelman, "Choson Torah;" Charles Fidelman, "Choson Maftir;" Sam Rabinowich, "Choson Bereshis;" and William Moss, "Choson of all youth." Palmer will be in charge of the presentations. Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz, spiritual leader of the Temple, will be Emeritus. Philip Rice is in charge of arranging the Holy Vessels for the presentation. Nathan Davidow, Immediate past president of the Temple, Edwin Solomon, immediate past vice president. William Raskin, builder, and those who took part in laying ground work for the building of the new Temple will be presented to the congregation. Aaron Budnick will be in charge of refreshments, assisted by Morton W. Palmer and Martin Budnick. Hosts for the evening will be Mr. and Mrs. Sidney H. Palmer, GfOKCE SAMDUS Cub Pack Has Meeting Cub Scout Pack 81 of Temple Judea held its first meeting of the Gisser and Rudolph Brill, Cantor year on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Solomon, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Budnick, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Davidow, Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Raskin, Mr. and Mrs. Ephraim Collins, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Smukler, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Moskowitz. Mr. and Mrs. John Bigman, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Budnick, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Douglass, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fidelman, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Green, Mr. and Mrs. Eli Hurwitz, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Miller, Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Perelman. Mr. and Mrs. William Raskin, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Silverman, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Simons, Mr. and Mrs. Jules Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald D. Yanks. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob S. Zion, and Mr. and Mrs. Philip Rice. Ner Tamid Youth Elect Officers In a recent election by members of Temple Ner Tamid Young Adults, George Sanders, 20-year resident of Miami Beach, was elected president. Sanders is also Democratic precinct captain for Precinct 29 on the Beach, on the board of directors of the Miami Beach Young Democrats, and is social chairman for the Dade County Young Democrats. Other officers elected ware Don Glaser, first vice president; Muriel Fellerman, second vice president; Betty Rote, secretary; and Thehna Freed, treasurer. The new social group on the Beach was formed less than three months ago. Weekly game nights eacb Tuesday at the Temple and bowling each Thursday at the Beach Bowl on the 79th st. causeway are two of weekly events. Each first and third Wednesday of the month are a general meeting and social, with guest speakers, dancing and refreshments. Dlxia hwy. Conaervativa. Rabbi Henry Otaolica. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Laughter and Tears." Simchas Torah observance. NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620 75th at Conaervativa. Rabbi Mayer Abramowltz. Cantor Edward Klein. Friday 6:15 p.m. Saturday Sheminl AtziTcth S:45 a.m. Yizkor memorial. Children's Hakofoa 7 p.m. Sunday Simchas Torah 8:45 a.m. e SOUTHWEST CENTER. S438 SW 8th at. Conaervativa. Rabbi Maurica Klein. Friday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "Memorial In the Light of Torah." Sheminl Atiereth Saturday 8:30 a.m. Yizkor 10 a.m. Simchas Torah Saturday evening and Sunday. • TEMPLE BETH AM. S8SO N. Kendall dr., S. Miami. Rarorm Rabbi Herbert Baumoard. Cantor Charlea Kodner. Friday Simchaa Torah 8:15 p.m. Saturday 10 a.m. K TEMPLE BETH EL. 1645 Polk at. Hollywood. Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe at Conaervative Rabbi Samuel Larar. Cantor Erneat Schrelber. Friday 8 p.m. Saturday Sheminl Atzereth a.m. liar Mltzvah: Howard, aon of Mr. and Mra. BtotTtS Singer. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chaat ave. Liberal Rabbi Leon Kronieh Cantor Davia Conviaer. VMdaj 7:15 p.m. I'amily Hakofoa. Saturday 10:48 a.m. Consecration of Den religious school pupils. Yizkor memorial. TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd ave. Conaervative. Rabbi Sheldon Edwarda. Cantor Ben Groaa berg. Friday S p.m. Yizkor memorial. Sermon: "With Sorrowing Hearta, Re-. member." Saturday Sheminl Atzereth 8:30 a.m. Simchas Torah 7 p.m. Sermon: 'ilratltude and Joy." Sun lay 9:30 a.m. Sermon: "Aa a Clroom." e TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Waahine, ton ava. Conaervativa. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor larael Raich. Friday 6 p.m. Saturday Sheminl Atzereth 9 a.m. Yizkor memorial 10:15 a.m. Simchaa Torah 7 p.m. Sunday 9 a.m. TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 18th at Reform. Rabbi Joaeph R. Narot Cantor Jacob Bornataln. Friday 7:30 p.m. Religious school children to be consecrated. Saturday Sheminl Atzereth 11 a.m. Sermon: "Have You Read Your Own Kulogy?" Yizkor memorial. TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ava Liberal. Rabbi Morria Skop. CantoHerman Gottlieb. Friday 8:1} p.m. Sermon: "Rpj.iloIng In ihe Law." Saturday 10:30 a.m. Yizkor memorial 11:80 a.m. Hakofoa 7:30 p.m. Sunday Simchaa Torah 10:30 a.m. Sermon: "Our Little willi I Jin Ideas." TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th at. anc Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can tor Samuel Oomberg. Kri'lny H p.m. Saturday Sheminl Ataereth 1:45 a.m. Yizkor memorial I in Btmchaa Torah 7 I'.in a.m. TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 1210C NE 15th ava. Reform. Rabbi Banno M. Wallach. TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 851 Flamingo Way. Conaervativa. Rabbi Leo Heim. Friday 6 p.m. Saturday Sheminl Atzereth 9 a.m. Yizkor memorial 10:30 a.m. Sermon: "Water—The Inevitable for Survival." Sunday Simchaa Tor.ili :i a.m. Sermon: "Lei'a Rejo.ce While Keing Grateful." TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th at. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax. man. Cantor Jacob Ooldfarb. Friday 6 p.m. Saturday Sheminl Ataereth 9 a.m. Sermon: "The Eighth Day of Gathering." Sunday Simchaa Torah 9 a.m. TIFERETH ISRAEL. 88O0 N. Miami ava Conaervativa. Rabbi Harry L. Lawrence. Cantor Albert Qlantz. Friday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "Holy Days and Holiday*." Saturday Sheminl Ataereth 9 a.m. Sermon: "Fable for Adults." Yizknr memorial 11 a.m. TORAH TEMPLE. 1254 Weat ave. Traditional. Rabbi Abraham Casaal. e VOUNQ ISRAEL. 16750 N*. 10h ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. Friday 5:30 p.m. Saturday Simchas Torah 1 a.m. Yizkor memorial 10:30 a.m. Sermon: "The Beginning of the Cinl •• Btmchaa Torah 6:30 p.m. Saturday. S"unday 9 a.m. ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44 Zamora ave. Conaervative. R-tbbi B. Fi -'.lay ".::'." p.m. Saturday STiemlnl \i7.i i• ill N II in Ylakor men I '0 a.m. Sermon: "Life l".v. i lustrng." Btmchaa Torah T:I0 p.m. Sunday 8:30 a.m. Hakofoa procession.



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FVwjo IOVA jto/sf/*#**V> Ocw^j ;. T !. ^ lv HILARY ttlNPUN Warsaw Ghetto Flames Will Burn in theReadenMi A TpWIft l0* THC INIMV. y AsWrt **•*atouv Wl p*> N* tut** Tbt 0* Press. %SM. %  '.,> W lBll i W l ISUaod." Albert the agouv vf the w *^ aatta it NNI •'• Stand \ from the ,* Ghetto and 1 ne appeared >w Vumaneattai > • •* %  >ear> hack 1 M the ma>v c*rvNMc*r> v the murder of FVtesh • TV Je sMWIWHI 4W in **. uheu thev *ere herded tr <-o*.*ure. ttlM three >ear> the.v • %  v *d The miser? of tfew^r hve* wanner *i thesr deaths ere dehherate^. and pre* group of **• tear *Ml :ettrvt>ul> USKV uWMnss] they uvmhi Ml Set H.-S abve. Is* teared that n* ee* one pen** „* be left o *ll • • 2t 2 rto nU> %  PMte. of jr h song. d W cr,ndch.ldrrn to un ,:h NU1 s*irt> in lw*nt> f £•"• %  tanlly understand JLT52 thee men sealed the.r i l M i g i %  •• : '• *> ** ivaner. R* and NlM buned them beaealh the alls The> jd *"•* %  ; *2 Men: thear children were ton* gone th the rest of their families, deed I stswiuliun • %  the Germans for their sport, or marched away alone stnpped and shorn and •*. They had oary tin* > tnal *hat happened N> the*/bright lives he someday torn and. peraaps. nawMbered And ml* this tenuous immorl keep faith It ha* bee. sweated to %  • many UMS. ad MM hr>- by KwJew?. that I de Ml IWther the eawe •< rtd peace thu ay. that beaks ** th land are divisive and only increase bitterness among peoples. I accept tfc,, I would want to add that the protes, T\ L one of remembrance, not of forgHtfce 2! would trust no humanity, individuals*' that is built on the quicksand of oohrkn' I might ask. too. whether the death tf son or of six million people has an ed i is it not that tragedy is a part of the csstaJ •net^eassTll the moment a thing becomes to be bound by the laws of time and MM the realm of the eternal 1 All of these tkna! are part of Mr. Xiraastem's moova TW book is in homage, hut it is trbutmg to — ihii l i mli i u least an id tnun U fc rnn ii ttoc c < tht nyj the Umiu of a people's mmninj, f fc ^ pmnt at whach the moratev of a Cs^sfW SjPsV'npJkf: l> MllTON Ftin>MAN Restricted Capital Suburb: Citadel of Hypocrisy : Thus the ghetto writers vep: %  over the brwtahty of tiv \ betrayal by the Jewish pnhce aai tknr'i I was can ed forth no lesa 6; fight back thaw by the ocxi 1 romni in aw % %  i ian aal German lx wcai^ fade the dkaries of the net-? aad tht the German* of the came eiesu Vrtanwl Wv< ^ V skatwo>at eapsfai r wcfciRsssnnwi 'twnise status, bk tw urwtelr ihr*"e s*.v ee be Mw \ae .v.!** v .'-eis* V a wMt e c s •. i I MM at haswaaa, w SW >J-> -.-v • ^paaotfv **. Ms v fiMi t *• a ^rewag ^ny ,N-*J.V \ ^.n.a.aVec vfw '• %  v.*Mewe Kv> arXweaei o i -< %  *!-•< KWWUK Ktee j^nng aw.Atat**e me* a> ^e<. OMur v %  Oau*r Aanw .' •' FMi. i WNV> nt awe A Veeaut Imanrntss, %  .x--i. .^^ M <*> ame >tmj. \ aJr v V TiM'iw. a js* M men. aw 4^w WrNwts o^n| hwfc tHSAKUtSQH ^ TSS :W c*aats m aa affinal fOed warn the be got hts bouse anyway, e rre*eo Karhard M Nbsui once hred VaaVy N van Mid have *eec u— hired that Ae Me or aty neigihi ir \. The nrsarvtrv* cev eef< at e a u ah cy ft bas beea charged aat Ae realMts %  H v .'\. ..v MnsMal \ nisi Pali Vamuy



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[October 23. 1959 +Je*isft rtcridHari LESAL NOTICE Page 11-A JCIRCUIT COURT OF THE IDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND COUNTY, FLORIDA IN kNCERY No. 59C 9777 IT:, KAIXK. >iff. FAINE. Klnnt. ICE BY PUBLICATION VIA I. 1AINK i.\ 7lst i 't %  Kent M>IK 16, N r. IE Ml Ki:i V not If led to file pw. T i r otherwise pi*id I o Quint for DlTOrce filed herch,. Clerk of the above Court, n oop) thereof upon 11i n Irney, SHE! DON N. I E.I.32 duPonl Building, Miami, ,,r I(ore the 19th day ol r %  i %  • '.-i pro Con* be eni •• ',; ngn tit M rou, IB. i: LEATHBRMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court i:> : C. I. ALEXANDER, I DUtjr Clerk. l"'16-2.1-:i>. II 8 NOTICE UNDER |TITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY GIVEN thRl signed, I'e-i'inn to en| Rider 'lie ficiitiouH name of M*TO SALES at 8711 N.W. i.-. Miami, Fla., intend to il name with the Clerk of gil Court of Dade County, ANTHONY LOIACONO. 50<* Interest IKI.EN (iAUI.IAXO. 50* Intereet A OOI,I>8TKIX for Registrant Plagler Street 10/16-23-30. 11/6 NOTICE UNDER riTIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY OIVKN that signed, desiring to engage in Under the fictitious name of ril.E COMPANY, (not Inc.) Iw. 21st Street. Miami. Fla.. |o register said name with of the Circuit Court of %  nty. Florida. MIJ.IAM Rl'BIXSTEIN, Hole Owner tx A GOLDSTEIN for Registrant Flagler Street lorlda 10/16-83-30. 11/6 | COUNTY JUDGES' COURT ID FOR DADE COUNTY, *IDA. IN PROBATE. No. 47665-C Estate of (ARD Fi.IASHNICK, ed ICE TO CREDITORS editors and All Persons Havor l % %  i n,in.Is Against Said Bd each of you are hereby Ind required to present any i.l demands which you. or [you, may have against ttie 1SKRNARD FLIASITNICK [late of Dade County. FlorNHonorable County Judges Bounty, and file the same In Pei In the County Court'Jade County, Florida, within |ndar months from the date r.-t publication hereof. Bald demands to contain the ress ,,f the claimant and to to and presented as aforeisanie will be barred. See 13.16 of the ft Probate Act. Btober 9. AD. 1959. >RA FL1AFHXICK ill-IP FLIA8HNICK tutors of the Last Will and %  nt of Bernard Fllashnlck, Hi MAXNHEIMER for Executors 10/16-SS-60. 11/6 CIRCUIT COURT OF THE |TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No. 59C 9085-N SUPWORTH, paler, "ff. to I IN'ARES MELIN and A. MELIN, JR.. her Bants. 3TICE OF SUIT BY PUBLICATION tlA CU1NARES MEI.1X, [ANTONIO A. MELIN, JR. husband, iidunts IDENCE UNKNOWN JJ5 II E It E II Y NOTIFIED III of Complaint for Forecloseen filed against you by the i the above styled Court for the purpose of foremortgage on the following ."-ns Patents • Processes 714 Sevbels Building >Miami 32, Florida r.lesaose Ft 4-4114 LEGAL NOTICE IN T N J / I ,?. E ,. BY PUBLICATION £ J^A,S if,CU,T COURT OF THE FLOBinl J UD| C'AICIRCUIT OF -. RIDA IN A ND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY MBIT* MATA* MC9241 Plalmirr, CIABTON MAYA, Defendant. TO:OA§O].M%A D,VO I Boverlj Wood. Btrei t ls Angeles 14, California of your An-.,, or Pleading to th. nil of Complaint on the plalnttfr, ,\ :"";: %  • PfcPH AN GOLDSTEIN F ric I SMlK S """ ;" %  %  nd fIle the original Answer or l lea, Una n the office of the Clerk •t ,'' CI I c i l ," Courl "" r before the IM day of November, ; 159 I' you fall todo so, judgmeni by default win be taken against you for the relief de. rnanded in the Bill of Complaint each •"£, 7 S a '"' P ub "l> once each we..k ror f.cir consecutive weeks la THE JEWISH FI^RTDIAN BSSJi B '\ N ","it'";ui:i. at MUml, A D lW ay "' s 'l"-""'er r-ie .o ,'•' I KA 'THERMAN. Clerk. ,;-..It t.our., i I.,de ; C o r ,>, Klorlda GOLDMAX GOLDS-VK'iN 5 ^^ 2J03 West Flagler Street Miami. Florida NH 5-0618 Attorneys for Plaintiff 10/2-9-16-23 .. NOT| CE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 89C 9237 SYLVIA P. MANXINU. Plaintiff, vs. JOSEPH MANXIXQ. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: JOSEPH MANNING Tou 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 Attornev, ALVIN GOODMAN, 8204 Blscayne Blvd.. Miami. Florida, and file the original Anwwer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 9th 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. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH Fl.oRipiAN. I'ONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 29th day of September, A.D. I E. B. I.EATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida i seal) By: K. M. LYMAN, Deputy Clerk. ALVIN GOODMAN ->?o4 lilscavne Blvd. Miami, Florida Attorney 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 9024 THOMAS E. LEWIS. Plaintiff, vs. Itl'Tll C LEWIS. Defendant. SUIT FOR DiVORCE TO: MRS. RUTH C. LEWIS 4227 Old Annapolis Boulevard Baltimore Highlands Baltimore 27, Maryland You RUTH C. LEWIS, 4227 Old Annapolis Boulevard. Baltimore Highlands. Baltimore 27, Maryland, 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 plaintiffs Attorney. MARSHALL H. ADKR. 420 Lincoln Road. Miami Reach, Florida, ami file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 23rd day of October, lKt. If win fall to do so. Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FI.OKID1AN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 23rd day of September. A.D. l^ 9 n LEATHERMAX. Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade Countv. Florida (seal) By: R H RICE. JR.. Deputy Clerk. MARSHALL H ADER Esq. 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach-39. Fla. (JE J^*",,.,, WfiW BY HENRY LEONARD x:. m B>^ 5M %  % %  "Then, Ladies, as our answer to all the recent bombings ... it is agreed that we shall go 0:1 record as 'DEPLORING HATE* ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! r.-r i*Jwis£fk>r8diiiaiKi solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Mini FR 3-4605 lor messenger service Ci\ >. IM LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No. 59C-9416-I DAXIEI. J. STEUERXAOEL, Plaintiff, DORETHY A. STEUERXAOEI., Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION .TOU. DORETHY A. KTEUERXAOEL, 181-24 Hillside Avenue. Jamaica. Xew York, are herebv notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are required to serve a copy of your answer thereto on Plaintiff's attorney. RDWIX A. WILLIXOER, Llncoln-Drexel Rullding. 1655 Drexel Avenue, Miami Beach. Florida,, and file the orlglral 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. ttSI E B. LEATHERMAX. Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida (seal) By: R. H. RICE, JR.. Deputv Clerk. W'0-U-SJ-iO NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEIIEBY OIVBN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of CHARM MODELING SCHOOL AND AGENCY at 27T Miracle Mile. Coral (Jables, Florida Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. OATLE CARSi IN WEU.I8CH, DOUG H E R T Y A ZAIAC Attorneys for Gayle Carson 10 lf-tJ-39, 11/6 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 5sC-e019F (Cannon, J.) LOUI0 LEVINE. Plaintiff, vs. SOPHIE LEVINE. Defendant. AMENDED ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO: Sophie Levlne .. 100 Van Cortlandt Park South Bronx 3. N.Y. 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 to the Complaint For Divorce on plaintiffs attorneys and file the original Answer In the office Of the lerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 2nd dav of November. 19S9; otherwise, the e*atlon"f Mid Complaint rce will be taken as %  •onfessed against you. ,1 this 2nd day of October. 19*9. K B. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida (seal) By: R. H. RICH, JR.. '• Deputy Clerk. T.LI.NOFF WAT I.Ell Attornevs for Plaintiff 420 Lincoln Road UmgiK "*• 10/2-9-ll-M NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 59C 23T MARIOX EVELYN GAUTIER, Plaintiff, ALCIDES OAUTIER. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: ALCIPER GAUTIER 109a Southern lioulevard Hronx, Xew York You AI/CIDES GAUTIER are hereby notified that a BUI of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and yoti are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attornev, HAROI D B, BPAET, ESQ.. 407 Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach. Florida, nd 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 bv default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the Rill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FLORIPIAN. DOXE AXD ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 29th day of September, A.D. 1959. E. B. LEATHERMAX. Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida (seal) By: JOAX SXEEDEN. Deputy Clerk. HAROLD B SPAET 407 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach. FTa. in/2--l-2J LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE -No. 47503-C IX RE: Estate of JACOB FEIXBERG, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To AH Creditors and AH Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you may have against the estate of JACOB FEIN BERG deceased Inte of Dade County, Florida, to the County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their offices In the County Courthouse In Hade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first nubllcatlon hereof, or the same will be barred. MINNIE FEIXBERG .MYKRS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN By: Attorney Kenneth M. Myers 115" S W. First Street Miami 16, Florida UV2-9-16-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBX that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of 542 JEFFERSON APTS. at 542 Jefferson Ave.. Miami Beach. Florida Intend to reSlster said name with the OM of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Forida. EDWARD MERLIN LENA MERLIN LEBOWITZ \I'.EI.l.Ki: Attorneys for 542 Jefferson Apts. 7's: First Street Miami Beach, Forida JE 8-0774 10'9-16-23-SO I LEGAL NOTICE NOT.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN" that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the flctltloui name "f RIDGE BAKERY DELICATESSEN al -" '•" South i. lent! Highwav, Cutler Ridare, Florida Intend to register Mid name with the <"I.-rk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. ALEX SAMALION ABE BLOOM as co-partners ENGEL and HOUSEN Attorneys for Alex Samallon 305 Blscayne Building Miami 32. Florida FRankllln 3-0802 1ft '9-16-23-30 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 5C W27 OTTO ALBERT POHL, Plaintiff. HILDA POHL. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: HILDA POHL (Residence unknown) You HILDA POHL are hereby notified that a Complaint for -JXvorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Complaint on the plaintiff's Attornev. ALAN SHERR. 407 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 16th 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. HOMO AND OKOERED at Miami. Florida, this 8th day of October. A.D. 1959. E. B. I.EATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida, (seal) By: JOAN SNBHDEN. Deputy Clerk. 10/16-23-30, 11' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. StC 9288 MICHAEL LE DONE. Plaintiff, JEANNE LE DONE. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: JEANNE LE DOXE Defendant 6.'.."i 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 on the Plaintiffs Attornev, AXOELO A. ALI. 1103 Alnsley Building. Miami 32. Florida, and file the original answer In the office Of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 9th day of November. 1959. or the allegations will be taken as confessed against you. DATED al Miami, Dade County, Florida, this 80th day of September. 1959. E. B. LEATHERMAX, Clerk. Circuit Court. H mty. Florida (seal) Byi K M. LYMAN, Deputy Clerk. 10/2-9-1S-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under (he fictitious name of erfJD8-UR-DUDS at 4900 N.W. 27th Avenue. Miami. Florida intends to register said name with 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 10/9-16-23-30 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OlVEN that the undersigned, desiring to 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 1 >ade County. Florida. BAY TOWERS APRTMEXTS. INCORPORATE! > 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 O. BOURKE Sole Owner MARX FABBR Attorney for Applicant 1612 Congress Bldg. 10/9-16-23-30 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW XOT1CE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious ngmes of Fl.AC BRAND; FLAG PRODUCTS at P.O. Boa :i7-"2:i, Miami intends to register said names with the Clerk i f MM Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. KEtSAR-CARIBE OF FLORIDA. INC.. a Fla. Corp. MILTON A. 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.s J *1(/< omaw s 16U/ Be thousand local resimusic lovers joined Irs. J. Myer Schine at tea honoring the UniMiami Symphony Orthe beautiful Ocean Dd Candlelight rooms of fcy Plaza hotel Sunday Guests of honor I and Mrs. Fabien Se[ Dr. Sevitzky, worldconductor, will direct pairs of concerts for the of the University of lphony Orchestra jcert Sunday and Monaings features pianist irkusny in the Brahms iano Concerto Imfollowing the tea, a iinner was given by the Guests included G. David, and his loveIthe former Hilevi RomEral years ago selected (verse Joining them I. and Mrs. Sevitzky, Dr. |. Jay F. W. Pearson— (iident of the University li—Mrs. Harold CumIrs. Marie Volpe and \, Mrs. Dorothy Alpert, Irs. J. B. Tobin, Edward Ir. and Mrs. Paul HexIHerman Binder ifolpe, concert manager Orchestra, whose late [composer-conductor husr. Arnold Volpe, founded hestra, is excited about bcoming season, which lets to be the finest in the organization's history •king of Herman Binder, devoted friend of the and president of the [Beach Music and Arts has just returned from [to California, where he bis children. • • • the Back to School it these days is Mrs. JeHofmayer (Marcella) j*s taking courses at Barry Might Inn was the site of (School luncheon Wedneisome 100 ladies attendevent arranged by Mrs. Fow Alpha Sigma {holds an election dinner elight Inn on Sunday of which* Henry Leitconut Grove eatery again the choice of the stars the footlights, as the se winter schedule gets ^y there Dd Mrs. Nate Becker, of tables, and Mr. and Mrs. Jmmeir, of Miami Beach, fled it at the Nassau Beach the Bahamas Paul's It of Seaview Industries, Jate vice president in [ of production a 12th anniversary celeOct. 10 for Mr. and Mrs. talc, of 651 NE 177th St., imi Beach, with Mr. and (at Rosenwasser hosting It the Embers Restaurant "net's cantor at Temple No. Miami Beach, with fnn in the choir They ue son, Michael. • • • I Sam Belsky, president of kach B'nai B'rith Women's ), recuperating at Mt. Siipital Gale Kalish celher sixteenth birthday [luncheon for 35 friends at Jen Roc last Sunday \er of Mr. and Mrs. Emanilish, 4555 Nautilus ct., a senior at Miami Beach >nd president of the Jays Mr. and Mrs. Mendel erg moved to their new It 930 SW 24th ct • • Reyna and Alexander irman entert; ned three students from La Par a tour of the U. S. by our department Two archind an engineer, the sturere guests for dinner .. |Mally, Reyna just sent off [of her paintings to the Museum of Art at their P> and is busy completing Hew work to be shown in coming exhibitions this fall... Friends are wishing a speedy recovery to Bonny Benstock following her recent accident Mother, Mrs. Herman Benstock, is president of the Temple B'nai Sholom Sisterhood ... Oct. 25 will mark the 28th wedding anniversary of Irv and Lil Blasberg, 5915 LaGorce dr. .. They will leave on that date for Montreal, where Irv, who heads Riverside Memorial Chapels, will attend a funeral directors' convention through the 30th, after which the Blasbergs plan to spend two weeks in New York. • • • Side Glance at the UM-Navy Game: The band played "Anchors Aweigh," and the boys went through the kind of calisthenics the girls worrying about calories might better have enjoyed Shouting for the home team were Dr. and Mrs. Melvin Becker and children, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Green and son, Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Frehling—and There were only 51,000 people .. Did we miss anyone? ... Leading the caravan were Mrs. Gerald Soltz, Mrs. Alfred Reich and Mrs. Jerome Robinson The caravan went to West Palm Beach and Davtona ... No camels ... It was B'nai B'rith Workshop Also moving into their lovely new home in several weeks: Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Mindlin, of Miami Harold Thurman and his Melanie off to California with daughter Debbie for a month's stay prior to the General Assem of the Conference of Jew ish Federations and Welfare Funds in San Francisco on Nov. 12. Harold's a national vice chairman of the CJFWF Large City Budgeting Committee Eddie Newman, of Newman Funeral Home, off to Montreal to attend a funeral directors' conference there, and then to New York where, among other things, he'll visit his worldfamous photographer brother, Arnold Newman See Arnold's "spread" in the October "Holiday?" • • • Everybody ordered eggs ft Wolfie's 21 on Saturday The Roney Plaza cabana gals, Bee Hyman, Rita Bukstel, Mildred Weiss, Sylvia Ellis, Milly Freeman, Sadie Miller, Sylvia Steinberg, Molly Shein, and Daisy Lart treated Hannah Bernstein to lunch and gave her a beautiful gift Why? They used her mah jong set all summer Off to New York to meet her husband is Mrs. Jandon (Jessica) Schwarz ... A capsule vacation of five or six days will bring them back to Miamineeding a good rest First a stop in Cincinatti to spend some time with their children and then home to Miami for Sidney and Janet Rosenberg just back from Europe. • • &f Making things bright for all concerned is Robert Mark, who arrived Sept. 21 at Mt. Sinai Hospital to Gerald and Irene Kogan • Bris was Sept. 28 at home, 1815 SW 86th ave., with Cantor Herman Gottlieb officiating Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Morns Kogan Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Vulgan Excited beyond words are great-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Wemstein Do people go to Juniors to" eat or see who's there? The Al Schwartzes were there with the Howard Kanes • Also: Ray Yunes, Chic Sweet, Otto Fenias, and Mrs. Fred Atlas Dickie and Julie Fink, aged 5 and 3, were allowed to sit up and watch television Mother, Mrs. Richard (Naomi) Fink, has had two scripts accepted by "Leave it to Beaver." UewvvjLslhL Floridian Miami, Florida, Friday, October 23, 1959 Section B Left to right are Dr. H. Franklin Williams, vice president and director of community affairs at the University of Miami; Mrs. Samuel Gertman, president of Greater Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women; Mrs. Robert I. Schwartz, vice president of public affairs, coordinator of Council's day at the university; and Dr. James N. Goddard, executive vice president and dean of administration. University of Miami. J Council of Jewish Women Will Have Day on Campus at University of Miami Get your notebook, find your glass** The U's invited ui to classes "Council Co-tds" thsy will stamp us As we walk the UM Campus %  Some 500 members of the National Council of Jewish Women will sing this ditty Nov. 4, when they choose from 19 different subjects and attend classes at the University of Miami. The university has invited each member to choose any classroom most interesting to her, and the selections include philosophy, psychology, history, government, finance, English, human relations, and orientation for foreign students. According to Mrs. Samuel Gertman. Section president, "we have availed ourselves of the services of the university in many areas of Council interest, including its Speaker's Bureau, winter season symphony concerts, summer Pop series, dramatic productions at the Ring Theatre, and art exhibitions at the Lowe Gallery. "In addition," she explained, "Council sponsors scholarship students at the University of Miami. So that a day at the university seems a natural progression for us." All Council divisions are planning car pools for the trip to the university. The area between Doctor's Hospital and the Panhellenic bldg. on University dr. will be reserved for Council parking. Council guides will be stationed at the entrance of the Merrick bldg., and a complete schedule of courses offered will be available there. At lunch time, there will be a reserved section for Council members in the cafeteria, which is in the Student Union, but if local "color" is desired, there is the "Slop Shop" or the vending machines. At 1:15, there will be a program meeting at Beaumont Hall. Dr. H. Franklin Williams, community affairs vice president of the university, and Dr. Charles Doren Tharp, vice president and dean of faculties, will talk about "The University's Place in the Community." The four students who are on grant scholarship from NCJW will be introduced. They are Clarence W. Lane, jr., Sandra J. Schreidell, both from Miami, and Sandra L. Cohen and Arthur D. Faibisch, Miami Beach. Council members will then visit the Lowe Art Gallery, School of Music, Ring Theatre, and at 3 p.m. a Leadership Laboratory, ROTC, at the Drill Field near the Armory. In charge of transportation are Bay, Mrs. E. Horland; Biscayne, Mrs. M. Tanner; Lincoln, Mrs. O. Green; Islands, Mrs. L. Miller; Indian Creek, Mrs. L. Bursten; Shores, Mrs. J. Greenwald; Sunset, Mrs. L. Easton; Evening, Mrs. L. Kanner. Mrs. Robert Schwartz, vice president of public affairs, is chairman of the "Day at the University." How do members feel about it? Mrs. Louis Adler, Shores Division: "I'm looking forward to seeing the campus, and I want to sit in some of my daughter's classes." Mrs. David Brezin, Islands Division: "It's a chance to widen our horizons Gives one a look at something in a stage of development. For those who have children approaching college, it will give us an idea of what goes on there." Mrs. George Rediker, Bay Division: "How did they ever manage to coordinate this event? It will be such a treat going back to school." MISS YOLAN SALAMON, who for the past year and a half has been the first "friendly face" greeting El Al's passengers arriving at New York International Airport, is shown being greeted by Fred K. Shochet, publisher of The Jewish Floridian. on her arrival here late Tuesday. Miss Salomon was to appear at the French-Israel Festival of Fashions Thursday at the Fontainebleau hdtel under the sponsorship of the Greater Miami committee for State of Israel Bonds. (See Page 2-B) Annual Dinner Dance Annual dinner dance of the Miami chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will take place Sunday evening at the Saxony hotel. Mrs. Nathan Rubin, 24 SW 24th rd., is chairman of the event.



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October 23, 1959 *JewishFk>ritiUatv Page 3-B k Women's ORT Plans Bazaar Southeastern region of Women's American ORT is planning a bazaar Nov. 28 and 29 at Hibiscus Lodge Hall. Entertaining feature of the bazaar will be a "charming child" contest for children ages 1 month to 12 years. "Skipper Chuck," pop1 ular TV personality, will be one • of the judges to help select, from a photograph, the most charming : child. i In charge of entry information 1 is Mrs. Leo Feiss, 3891 NW 2nd ter., Miami. ORT is dedicated to rebuilding of human lives and human dignity : through vocational education in i more than 20 countries throughout I the world. THereth Israel Agenda Sisterhood of Tifereth Israel will hold a card party and luncheon Monday, 1 p.m., at McArthur Daily, 6851 NE 2nd ave. Regular meeting of the Sisterhood will be held Monday evening, 8:30 p.m., at the Tifereth Israel Center, 6500 N. Miami ave. The women's group is planning a second card party next week for Wednesday evening at the Center. thood of Temple Etnanu-El held its cmmembership tea Wednesday at the Sehotel. Highlight of the event was the fcntation of an original skit written and pted by Trixie Levin. Left to right are Mrs. Charles Rosenblatt, Mrs. Jack S. Popick, Mrs. Myron J. Mitnick, Mrs. Sol Geltman, and Mrs. M. M. Cohen. Sisterhood president is Mrs. Milton Smith. :utive Group [Meet Friday Philip Leflcowitz, president Women's Auxiliary of Mt. [Hospital, will meet with the pye committee on Friday, r.m., in the board room of kspital. ted to serve on the execu[ % oard are three additional ers, Mrs. S. H, Bruce Levine, kirman of Snack Bar; Mrs. Id Roth, nursing clerk and Jte coordinator; and Mrs. [chanfald, chairman of Gift will automatically attend lecuti.ve board meetings comof officers, past presidents, he advisory council. FREE TO READERS >F THIS PUBLICATION! ir Hebrew-English Calendar Emit dates and days of the week [September, 198T to Septem1961. Helps you to find Yahrptea at a glance. fr your free copy, write to:1. Hetnz Company, Dept J2, Pittsburgh 30, Pa. White Emba mink by Adrian Thai will be among fashions shown at the "Italian Holiday" luncheon for the benefit of the Variety Children's Hospital on-Oct. 28 at Miami Springs Villas. Comment is by Pat Bromberg. Co-chairmen'of the show, whieh will feature hats by Jordan Marsh, are Mrs. Erwin Harris and Mrs. E. L. Feinberg. Southwest Sisterhood Meet "I've Got a Secret" was to feature a meeting of the Southwest Jewish Center Sisterhood Thursday at 8:30 p.m., with Mrs. George Senter in charge of the program. 'Ml* PHYLLIS WOLFF tayti Ah-li-h... Kasha! ^^KASHA ~V V *\t infill!•*£*! of course! A "haimltha" standby ... for old-timy good Kasha Varneshkes, -Kasha Kniihes, and other treat*. Lett than 2* a serving! Aim e*Jsr Wolfs Cro-v Kmk (gnh) ... VloHTt Kama "N' Gravy ... WorTi Kas*o Soup. [Send for JVfff KASHA.COOK BOOK: PHYLLIS WOLFF, P.nn Yon, New York [ASHK ME i\s%\ BR 0WN as? _** %  ,; LEVINSON-S FOOD SPECIALTIES, Exclusive distributora 1060 E. 17th STREET, HIALEAH, FLA. PHONE TU 7-1571 ON8ALEAT • ^>D-WAY DISCOUNT CENTERS Cake Contest Monday Sisterhood of the Southwest Jewish Center will hold a cafce contest Monday evening at the Henry M. Flagler Elementary School. Judges are Miss Jean Voltz, food editor of the Miami Herald; Mrs. Ruth Eaton, of the University of Miami economics department; and Mrs. Ben Gertilman, recent cake contest winner. To Mark UN Day Tifereth Jacob Sisterhood will meet Wednesday evening at the Temple, 951 Flamingo Way, Hialeah. Mrs. Louis Wine, program vice president, said the meeting will observe United Nations Day. "The Middle East" will be the topic of discussion by Seymour Liebman, local Zionist leader. Women SJafe Card Party Card party will be held by the Sunshine chapter of B'nai B'rith Women on Monday, 1 p.m., at the First Federal Savings and Loan bldg., 900 NE 125th st. NEW DAIRY MEAL TREAT JUST HEAT "N" EAT WHOM Cheese Ravioli IN SAUCE fAEAT LESS Hoar family, guests, cheer for that real Italian flavor croatod by famod Chof Boy-Ar-Dee. Tender littlo macaroni plot... fillod with tangy Italian Ctiooto ...lavished with savory tomato lauct.. .simmered with mushrooms and cheese... seasoned the real Italian way. Thrifty, too. About 15* a serving. Each can serves two. Buy several can* today I DeMolay Mothers Install Officers Southwest chapter, Order of DeMolay Mothers' Circle, will install officers at a dance Saturday evening at the Junior Mechanics Hall, 1501 NW 28th st. Mrs. Lee Solomon, 1600 SW 87th ct., will be installed as president by her son, Ronnie, masster councilor of the Southwest chapter. Art Lyons, advisor, will also be in the installing suite. Refreshments will be by Mrs. Gerri Stern, 560 9W 9th ct.. chairman. Music is by Chuck Shore and his musicians. Memorial Tribute At Women's Meet Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary, Jewish Home for the Aged, will meet Tuesday noon at the Algiers hotel. The meeting will be the culmination of the Sidney Appel Medical Fund book project, which pays for special medicines for residents at the Home. Mrs. Sol Silverman, president, will give the message of welcome. Mrs. Charlotte Katz, medical fund chairman, will give the invocation. Reports will also be offered by project chairmen. Special tribute will be paid to the recently-departed Mrs. Ida Appel, former president of the Women's Auxiliary and mother of Sidney Appel. Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers will eulogize Mrs. Appel's many years of service to the Jewish Home for the Aged. 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23. 1959 Jewish ihridian Page 5-B [by the State of Israel at a dinner the Americana hotel were Jack A. ad Samuel Oritt, general chairmen Jeater Miami committee for Israel photo at left are Mr. and Mrs. Canblague presented to him for his "outstanding service on behalf of Israel Bonds." In photo at right are Mrs. Oritt and son, Michael, receiving the plaque on behalf of Oritt, who was unable to atend the dinner because of illness. VI v V FJVV XHJRSE PUBLIC SPEAKING fROGRAMMINO MEMBERSHIP FUND-RAISING ftach Miami women the fine art of leadership at the |>n of Jewish Women's Organizations' "Tuesday Starting Oct. 27, 10 a.m., at Beth David. Mrs. Gerald |fleft) will conduct a class in "Principles of Effective Bing." Mrs. Harold Solomon (center) will teach wornto Present Exciting Programs," and Mrs. Phillip Schiff pll talk on "Keeping Members Interested." "Public and Stage Presence" will be taught by Mrs. Bernard to Service' Will Highlight Meet |to Service" will highJrst open meeting of the of Jewish Women's Oron Thursday noon. [the Algiers hotel, it was by Mrs. Jean C. Leh Jcnt. rice is the key theme fganization, we hope to to those women who folify this concept," she %  will be presented to the BWO's traveling troupe, jr group of women who at more than 60 meet|rganizations throughout nty during 1859. They original musical skits, the role of women in service, and told how agencies help the total [Greater Miami. %  director is Mrs. Handy [The second service high luncheon meeting will ition of certificates to Ftes" of the FJWO leadining course recently [at Miami Beach. Schedceive diplomas are the David Berger, Eva ties Brown, Jerome Do[Jackson, A. H. Milman. piissman, Elsie Shwabe, pth, Edythe D. Zeiman, Ilk, Marie Rosenzweig falenstein. imin B. Rosenborg, ex ecutive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, will be gBMl of honor at the big^ women's function. "A Woman's Life in Israel" will be the theme of a talk by Mrs. Meyer Eggnatz, who has just returned from an inspection tour of Israel as a member of the United Jewish Appeal Women's Study Mission. Officers of the Federation of Jewish Women's Organizations are Mesdames Jean C. Lehman, president; Dorothy K. Fink, Milton Sirkin, Bernard Stevens, and Henry Wernick, vice presidents; Irving Quartin, corresponding secretary; Oscar Sindell, recording secretary; and Anna Brenner Meyers, parliamentarian. Advisory council includes Mesdames Aaron Faar, Louis Glasser, Irving Lehrman, and Harry Rogers. Federation includes 117 women's group and councils consisting of more than 10,000 individual members. Leaders Made, Not Born, Says FJWO Chieftain "Leaders are not born—they are made," was the keynote of a recent talk given by a noted woman civic leader. The speaker was Mrs. Bernard Stevens, vice president of education of the Federation of Jewish Women's Organizations. The scene was the closing session of a leadcrshio training' course sponsored by FJWO for local women seeking helD and guidance in developing their personalities. Lending proof to her theory %  was the fact that, upon "graduation" from the six-week course, most of the students moved up into positions of responsibility in their respective service organizations. In response to numerous requests from women in the Miami, Coral Gables, and Southwest areas, the leadership sessions will be repeated, it was announced this week by Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, FJWO president. In addition to Mrs. Stevens, who will speak on "Stage Presence," "Pointers on Speech Making," and "Roberts' Rules of Order," there will be instructors on "Member Retention." "Good Programing," and "Effective Fund-Raising," Mrs. Lehman promised. Classes will be conducted, starting Tuesday, Oct. 27, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon, at Beth David Synagogue. Teachers include Mrs. Harold Solomon, Mrs. Phillip Schiff, and Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz. Known as the "Tuesday Series," tihe informal schoolroom sessions will be held for the next four Tuesdays, including Nov. 3, 10, and 17. Reception to Open Art Gallery Here A reception on Wednesday evening will officially open the Marble Arch Gallery of the Americana hotci"with one of the most significant collections of modern art to be viewed here this year, Mrs. Sascha Robbins, gallery director, reported Saturday in announcing that more than 30 of the world's leading artists already are represented in the initial showing. "Most significant addition to the show received this week are the works of some of the great modern French artists,". Mrs. Robbins said. Represented at the opening of the gallery will be Grau Sala, Philippe Noyer, Claude Venard, Pierre-Emile Lelong, Otto Bachmann, Guy Colomer, and Marc Chagall, she said. Invitations to Wednesday night's reception have gone to leaders of the art and social world, Mrs. Robbins reported, and the gallery will be open to the public seven days a week, beginning Thursday. There is no admission charge, and all works are for sale. Other artists whose paintings and sculpture will be on display are Gyorgy Kepe.s, Aristide Maillol, James Ensor, Walter Meigs, Leonard Baskin and Pa Hunt. Prominent in social and charitable activities in Greater Miami, Mrs. Robbins and associate gallery director Shirlie Granowitz, who operated her own gallery in New York, are arranging a series of group shows of South American iiid European painters and sculptors interspersed with one-man shows at regular intervals during '.he forthcoming season. The Marble Arch Gallery is located immediately adjacent to the main lobby of the Americana, and 3riginal!y was conceived as a private gallery for the Tisch art collection. MRS. SASCHA ROBBINS Temple Orientation Course Temple Ncr Tamid held an orientation course Sunday night at the home of Mrs. Joseph Sherbill, 1761 Cleveland rd., for the parents of all Bar and Bas Mitzvah children. The course is conducted by Rabbi Euscne Labovitz. Pioneer Women Schedule Events Mrs. Paul Berlin, president of Coral Gables chapter of Pioneer Women, announces a membership luncheon Thursday noon, Oct. 29. at Toby's Cafeteria. Mrs. Sarah Black and Mrs. Harry Sklar are co-chairmen of membership and in charge of arrangements. • • • Mrs. Shirley Queen, president of Golda Meir Club, reports that an early season card party will take place Tuesday, 8 p.m., at Beth El Auditorium. Mrs. Marion Meyer, Child Rescue chairman, has earmarked the proceeds for the Child Rescue Fund. Mrs. Israel Gerstein, hospitality chairman, and her committee, Mrs. Jack Victor and Mr. Bissel Epstein, will be hostesses for the evening. S ARE AT STAKE! %  h ri-twf* S IS CJA CASH WEEK Surgeon-Author to Talk Dr. Jacob Sarnoff, surgeonauthor-lecturer, will be guest speaker at the first in a series of monthly brunches sponsored by the Brotherhood of Temple Beth Sholom on Sunday, 10:30 a.m., in the Temple Auditorium, according to Jack Wagner, president. Dr. Sarnoff will discuss "Better Health, Longer Life," which is the title of his most recent book. Mrs. Kann Named Chairman Mrs. Solomon Kann has been appointed chairman of the senior citizens program committee of the Miami Beach YMHA Branch. The committee will devote itself to plans for a long-needed expansion program for senior citizens at this branch of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. New activities, to be considered* for more than 100 men and women over 55 years of age, who now participate in the program, are a choral group, crafts activities, dancing instruction, English instruction and dramatics. To staff these special activities, a corps of volunteers is being recruited. Mrs. Kann is currently corresponding secretary for GMJCC, and was formerly county chairman of the early childhood development program. She is also a member of the budget committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. The Center is a beneficiary agency of both the United Fund and Federation. 'Youth Night 1 At Emann-EI Teen-agers, young adults ai young married members of t' congregation will be given t: privilege of carrying the Tofah a "Youth Night" celebration ; Simchas Torah services of Ter pie Emanu-El on Saturday ex ning. Some 700 students of the Tern] Emanu-El religious school \v join the procession. The servit. are scheduled to begin at 7 p.n with Dr. Irving Lehrman offici. ing and Cantor Israel Reich re denng the musical portions of tl liturgy. Special holiday foods will 1 served to the children by the PT immediate following. Simchas T rah services will continue at th congregation Sunday morning ; 9 a.m. OPT Cookbook On Sale Here "ORT Cookbook of Jewish an International Recipes" was put c sale last January as a fund-raisin project of the Southeastern Flo: ida region of Women's America ORT. There are more than 500 n cipes, ranging from gefilte fis and matzo balls to Mrs. Eisenhov er's pumpkin chiffon pie and Mi LeRoy Collins' spoon bread. There is a special section of r cipes for use during Passover. O; section explains the traditions o served during the High Holy Da> and a calendar of holidays. The book is available at t Kosher Food Fair Markets ai also at Jordan Marsh. PLAN WITH ME FOR A BIGGER and BETTER HIALEAH YOUR VOTE and SUPPORT APPRECIATED Rubin S. Schneider YOUR CANDIDATE FOR HIALEAH COUNCIL IM. I'ol. Adv. YOUR VOTE and SUPPORT APPRECIATED "Ed" CZARNESKI CANDIDATE FOR COMMISSIONER GROUP 3 "FOR C0UNTYWIDE TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM" VOTE CZARNESKI Nov. 17th IM. IV



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P:M 9>Jmi*f ntrM&i "day. Octah^j Mt. Sinai Hospital to Honor Orovitz At Banquet of Notables Here Dec 19 • D Freed, Posfroff Eye June Rites Mr aad Mrs. iea Merrec Freed, of 5S45 SK CSCX m. IB l Tl t tt Ml£ IfnMM Off TheST IMpHf. Nun Oale i* Edward PMNA KC of Mr and Mn Alex GoMs-.-3c of IBS* SBr ZtA ter. M-ss Freed recon-ed her BSE degree from the Urn v e n t s of Florida w.ifi high honors She was reasstrer sad H e nac Corporatxn presadec'. of Delta Phi Epsakan :i a %  > : • %  • "• — .: : ::' -.• i: led a breakfast held techy of the new Pulpit WW Be Consecrated A sew rradrtaeaal pahat will be i ana c riled daring Sheaaami Ataereta tenxet Saturday at Beth Jacob Congregation The design of the puipttaadex the dxrecDoa of B abbi Taker a the Turn Synagogue, national laaim at Newport Nan O n ssUact ed ay Cat tern hai It Fnrnasre Coaapaar here, the palpa consists of the Tarah table idraiii by a Menorah. Behaad the table are six red velvet chairs joraed by a askant aaed back ground walh Mecca Dond stars m the HV-zi Oa the sides are miniature Arks for two Toraht When the Torahs are sot ia ase. their Crons are §^ displayed oa specially la Alpha t lambda Delta. Defta PL aad Phi Kappa aad was actrte a) settings. The rabbi's polpa is also of aiaut wood adorned by Stars of Dav.d Beach Lodge mak? plans for the tribute dinner, which will take-place at lte[* taieehleau hotel, with an expectec attendance of IJ or more. Among those present and pledging tbeir sapport were W.lham At TBoscoe Bnmstetter. DaCatsman. Joe CcVn. C L Oemer, jr.. Sen Joe Eaton. Paul Faske. Sam A. Goldstein. Paul R Gorcon. Isadore Hecbt. Aaron Kaaoer. Cal Kovens. Comer J Kim bill. Sidney Lef court Mrs Philip Lefkowiu. Sam C Leven ton. William B MacDonald. jr.. Jam?' N McArthur. Irving E. MJVr. Dr Joseph H. Xarot, Julius J. Pertmutter. Mumi Beach Mayor D Lee Powell. Jay F. W Pear son. Dan B Buskin. Dr Lester RUS-JB S E. Schwartz. John NSerbtn. Harold B Spaet. Mrs Harriet Taper. William A Weintraub and Stanley C Myers. Ororitz will be honored on behalf of Mt Sinai as the lastitntion for which he worked most and which be gwded from the days when it eras a asced hospital oa lower Akoa rd to the old SautJhas hotel and which he now leads bate its new quarters to be dedicated ia early December. Ororitx is a trustee and director of the Citizen's Board of the University of Miami, and of United Fund of Dade County. He is a director of the Crime Commission of Greater Miami aad Dade County Research Foundation, and a member of the Dade County Development Commission, and the Miami Beach Rotary Oub. He is also a director of Temple Israel honorary president and member of the board of g w ern cis of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, member of the board of Miami Beach TaaAssn. and Xauonal Cony Mr. and Mrs. Samtaei Server and eon cat shown i Share Jewish C at*a t a p i rw ba ul leader Rabbi Maya" owitz as they cut the tiatiuu giving access to the ptnsjd on the Mt Sinai HcaspataTs serenfh floor, which wi hi cated in then name. Tms s r aeia celebrated (her 4 ding anniversary last Satarday. whec Server an a G odmoth e r of ML Smtm Ifc anp a a al in honor of fa, i J^iriltg in piaa te> be rrir Daaghter born to Mr. Howard Fisfcer Oct. t. and Mrs. Chain Weumaai | dsasah will bold a party featuring a %  ya rn ar i d by Bid %  seat Store oa Maaitji the Miarr.: Pioneer No liver dr Me group will model flu iess in sportswear, cocktail dresses. Si fashion c> r:inator for I | will be corr-mentator. Library oa thaaataai ssafaDoa. uwaru Fisoer WCT. W. M L ,, Rabbi Mordeca i KirshMum Daughter bora to Mr. aad Mrs. **r0S tM member of the Jewish Agency ExSidney Thai Oct 7. aeatfva and former national president of the Mizrachi Organization of America. J1 address a meeting of the Zionist Council of South Flccca a: the Seville hotel on Mor.:";y. Nov. 2. The Zionist Council of South Florida i> composed of Hadassah. Mizrachi. Labor Zionists and the Ziorist OrganuabOB of America aad WANTED KIBITZERS PARK ISLE CLUB APTS. Phi -:t s a-t vs t-j$a A-l W.rHOYHIEMT SUtVKi Ettaaaaaae mm W £. Sft $t rV Ft *-t*l *-•*•** ftMfV-SMftf lirwa Ssz^-a Z>rrt fct'-rr-> Di — H" i aj • AM nasmaa um ttwosatf F^asjr SS S.W. .'2Sa AE. 9 l)r.. MM Xo-th Dade Unit of Unted Cere* 11 be the first joint meet affair Wednesday evening at the u n l le > f4r *nd wiU commemGoHea Gate motel Mrs. Florence ora,e ,h 32ad anmversary of the Eshander. state director of WornB Mnw DeclaratKin • be guest speaker., R b6i Ki"^>lam is a vice chairmaa of the National Amervan Zawust Council, and serves as al leader of the Jewish Coaav House of Bensanharst ia H V He is a member of trie World Zionist Actions Cornce. attended every international Zionist conclave since 1337 aad has traveled ia many cow tnes oa behalf of the Jewish Xa!" |^"^ Since the merger of ""•i* ^J"N Haauzrach. %  :. Rabbi Kirshbhiai has Scd ato TSS dttirat m "* *> DrKathaaael SoroK. program eknamsa, ail mtrodnce ik>rascmal t> mt ** I • r*MesMMeM 110 COIBMS Ann, pfc, JH4S71



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Pluck them only from underneath, and begin plucking about the center of the eye. Define the line with a pencil, using one or two colors to match as closely as possible the color of your hair. Make certain your eye brow pencil is sharp, and draw short, comma-like strokes so that a natural effect will be achieved. Eye shadow should be applied across the upper lid and as close to the eyelash as possible. The eyeshadow should gradually widen as it goes across from the inner corner to almost filling in the space at the end. It should be carefully blended so as not to show a line of demarcation, but should create a colored shading with an effect of lifting upwards. Never let your eye makeup come definitely down, because any lines that pull down will age you. • • a EYELINER requires a lot of %  practice, as you must keep the tine in as close as possible to the eyelashes. Do not apply it on the inside of your eye, as it will probably cause your eyes to tear, and will make them look smaller instead of larger. Mascara must be applied with a clean brush and from the roots of the lashes to the tips. Two coats of mascara tend to make the lj.shes appear thicker, but make certain that youllo not* let tfes lashes stick together. A clean brush helps prevent this, as well as separating them w.th a dry brush before the mascara is dry. Practice makes perfect — so practice, and allow yourself plenty of time for a good makeup job. Even after you've been using eye makeup for years, at least 10 to 15 minutes are required for a job that will enhance. It's well worth the effort, for a little "eye-magic" works wonders on you! • • • THE Miami Beach chapter of %  Cerebral Palsy is sponsoring a fashion show and bruncheon at the Carillon hotel on Tuesday, Oct. 27. The affair will be held in the Club Siam, and your columnist will coordinate and commentate. Fashions will be by Sylvia's Boutique, and furs will bs shown from the AdrianThai collection. Sisterhood of Miami Hebrew Congregation honors Rabbi and Mrs. Herschell Saville at a reception last week. Left to right are Mrs. Abraham Topol, chairman of the reception; Rabbi Saville and his wife, Judith; and Charles Hablow, president of the congregation. Middle East Institute at UM West Miami BB Meeting B'nai B'rith Women of West Miami will see "Fashion Portraits," by Kims, with commentary by Jane Robinson, at an 8:30 p.m. meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 3, at Pythian Hall, 4601 W. Flagler st. Program will also include entertainment by the Fred Astaire Dance Studio and an exhibition of paintings by the Granville Galleries. David Maddern will be at the piano. In charge of reservations are Mrs. M. Kaufman and Mrs. H. Potash. Miami-Gables Zionist Party Miami-Gables Zionist District was to hold a card party Tuesday, 8:15 p.m., at Zamora Jewish Center. Milander Seeks Hialeah Job With a record of 22 years of public service, Mayor Henry A. Milander has now announced his candidacy for reelection of Mayor of Hialeah. Milander came to Hialeah in 1924 from Allentown, Pa., and opened up a small union meat market on Palm ave. He is married to the former Emily Webber, and the couple have two children, Henry, of Hialeah, and Mrs. Ruth Tabrah, of the Hawaiian Islands. Since his first election to public office, the candidate's supporters declared, Mayor Milander has seen and contributed to the phenomenal growth of the City of Hialeah from a population, which was estimated at 5,000 only 10 years ago, to a progressive, debt-free city of some 70,000 residents today. "When Milander took over the leadership of Hialeah at mayor in 1948, the city had a current debt of $130,000 and outstanding bond issues in the amount of $835,000. Today the debt service impesed on the citizens has been completely wiped out. "Hialeah is the only city of its size without one cent ~ef general bonded indebtedness. The city is operated on a pay-as-you-go basis, with only short-term certificates of indebtedness to cover major improvements." His supporters say Milander was instrumental in securing the cooperation of the Race Course offi! cials and obtaining the head tax from the Hialeah race course for the City. They add that "he fought for and won the removal of the personal property tax, a source of annoyance to the home owner and a deterrent to the business expansion of any community. "This in turn enabled the city to attract many more large national industrial concerns, thus serv! ing a dual purpose in lightening the tax load of the home owners 1 and providing employment for the city's swelling population." The Middle East will be diagnosed by international authorities in a special institute on Middle Eastern Affairs in November at the University of Miami. Sponsored jointly by the university and the American Assn. for Middle East Studies, the lectureseminars will be held for ten nights, from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m., in Beaumont Hall on the main campus. Dates for the meetings will be Nov. 9 to 12, Nov. 16 to 19, and Nov. 23 and 24. Dr. William B. Munson. UM professor of history, is in charge. WANTED LADY COMPANION TO ELDERLY WOMAN live eet .r live in with family. Rasher. Jf 1-350* JE 2-2234 the spencer-tart D T school of IAK I inc. s 3917 beach NEW adults children Iton road, miai DRAWING PAINTING LIFE CLASSES SCULPTURE DEPT. days evenings 1/ You IJliv GOOD Dry Cleaning and FAST One-Hour Service You Will Really GO For FREEDMANS CLEANERS UNQUESTIONABLY THE FINEST 2922 Coral Way 1718 79th St. Causeway TREASURE ISLAND Fast Service Free • Coin laundry MON. thru SAT. 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. MIAMI, FLORIDA 1-HR. SERVICE FREE • EVERY DAY MON. thru SAT. 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. r. 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Pag* 9-B Miami Delegation Forms for Frisco Assembly Confab not running his fast-growing mortgage [or flying the company plane around the counar-fishing off the Keys. Jay I. Kislak is eni community service. He expects to be a mighty i chairman for the Combined Jewish Appeal ks ahead, and he posts a sign on his office smind Miamians that saving lives is everypiness. A group of local welfare leaders was Wednesday named as a delegation representing the Greater Miami Jewish Federation at the 28th General Assembly of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds in San Francisco on Nov. 12 to 15. Federation president Sam J. Heiman wll lead the delegates from the Miami area, many of whom will participate in important sessions and workshops dealing with community organization, budgeting, campaigning, and overseas needs. Dr. Benjamin B. Rosenberg, Federation executive director, will be a speaker at a session -on Federation-Synagogue relationships, together, with Rabbi Marc Tannenbaum, executive director of the Synagogue Council of America. Among other delegates who Will ploy a prominent role in the proceedings of the national meeting aro Mr. and Mr*. Stanley C. Bie Panel ey Herbert U. Feifcnan of the commitbptcy of the Florida •first on a panel of we the University of School conducted by [Gavel Law SocietyI IFeibelman's subject; [in Bankruptcy PracRalph, of the Mispeak at the Novemo "Admiralty," and sard L. Holland will mber. Cash Drive Gets Under Way Monday; life Savers' Committees Being Formed Myers, Mr. and Mrs, Harold Thurman, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Pearlstein, Frad K. Shochet, Dr. Morris Goodman, and Lloyd L. Ruskin. Avraham Harman,,Isra,eL> Ambassador to the United States, will be principal speaker at a special session on overseas and Israel needs. The assembly will hold its sessions at both the Fairmont and Mark Hopkins hotels, and is the first ever to be helc?*on" the West Coast. Mx>rc than 800 .Jewish community leaders throughout the United States and Canada have indicated that they will attend the annual conference. Have that Banquet, or Special Occasion You'll find complete facilities to exactly satisfy your needs in the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherazade and Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a wedding or a private party! ler, ton of Mr. and [ C. Fuller, 5835 No. imi Beach, will beIltzstu plus PRU hel rdOf ALIEN wiy. [Temple Israel religIncreased cash income must be forthcoming in the next two months to help Israel meet her min'mum moral obligations to immigrants still without housing, local Combined Jewish Appeal leaders learned this week. A cablegram received by Jay I. Kislak, Cash Week chairman, from Dov Joseph, treasurer of the Jewish Agency in Israel, urged that Miami make a superhuman effort to obtain maximum possible cash to allay human suffering and enable newcomers to provide for their families on the threshold of the new ye^r." The swooping pledge redemption drive in Dado county gets under way officially on Monday, according to Kislak. Members of his key organizing committee named last week aro R. William A pie, Howard Kane, Seymour Rubin and Julian Weinkle. Apte is a pioneer founder of Federation and a member of one of the oldest Jewish families to settle in Florida. Kane is a member of a prominent banking family and a former CJA campaign chairman and president of Federation. Rubin and Weinkle have been active for several years in the Business and Professions Division of CJA. The key group will organize small CJA cash drive units throughout Greater Miami, which in turn will be responsible for announcement of Cash Week at all na oolden Uona ,n Miami'* only i restaurant -irK ,• Houa* :MCK O O M O %  mow drlnKi Uinlqui • •ttlns 2n0 lo Jid ST3., MIAMI Horovitz Eyes Mayor's Seat Roland Horovitz has tossed his hat into the ring as a candidate for Mayor of the City* of Miami. Horovitz, who resides at 4014 NW 4th rt., was born in Pittsburgh, Pa., in 1929, and is married to the former Judy Polans. The couple havp three sons and one daughter. The candidate served in the U.S. Marine Corps, and attended the University of Miami until recalled to active duty in the Korean War. Upon discharge, ho attended tho City Collage of Los Angolas for one year, than returned to Miami and joined tho Police Department In 1952, where ho served for seven years. Two years ago, Horovitz again enrolied at the University of Miami to study for the Florida State fire and casualty agents examination, which he passed in 1958. He now operates Trademart Insurance Inc., 1055 Hialeah dr. He is a member of the American Legion. Touchdown Club of Miami, and the Navy League. He was active in the political campaigns of Gov. Collins, Arthur Patten, John McCleod, and Dante Fascell. He has been a member of Beth Raphael Congregation for the past four years. organizations, as well as the dissemination of current factual data regarding the need for cash in Israel. Board members of local agencies have been asked to form "Life Savers" committees. They are to function as steering units in the cash drive, and will develop plans within their own organizations-urging their membership to redeem their CJA pledges during Cash Week. "We are aiming for 100 portent paid-up pledges in our Federation family of agencies," Kislak declared. One of the first of Federation's agencies to lend all-out support in the push for cash was the Bureau of Jewish Education, educational arm of Federation. Under the supervision of executive director Louis Schwartzman, some 8,000 students in Greater Miami's religious schools this week, received novel tag-reminders depicting an Israeli youngster standing in front of his ramshackle home. The inscription reads: "Dear Mom and Pop Let's help him. Let's pay our pledge during the Cash Drive." Checks in payment of 1959 CJA pledges are being received at 424 Lincoln In., Miami Beach.



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Page 10-B + lewis* n*rlrtirn Pearly Gait by Hal Pearl NAMES MAKE NEWS • intriguing trio of personalities huddling II hotel t> ulation can be made irom the formers nweting wilh G^""; Classman holds a big mortgage on the Eden Hoc. and hi> MT WU included among the group angling tor the sale of the hotel I couple 01 weeks ago. Someone, or something, has to give any clay now. Attorney Shirley Woolf in New York for client Martha Ray.'* appearance tonight on the Big Party TV spectacular, aired locally over ch. 4 at 9:30. Creer Garson is the show's hostess. Al Ebner. of Etna Employment, and Art Shindler. of New York > I.uau. making the rounds of local night spots with show beauties Jennifer Roan and Barbara Yukovich. ..... ,,._. Ed Ehindler. Arts brother, and operator of the Anchor hotel here, entertaining their parents down from Loch Sheldrake. NY., where the> operate Shindler'Lodge. • Wonder if there's a more frustrated football coach around than able Milt Femstein. of Miami Beach High? With his Typhoon eleven -till seeking the first win of the season. Feihstein knows the team it N ler than the record indicates. However, lack of reserve strength has been the deciding factor in keeping the Beach footballers from tasting uctory. especially in their last two outings. In the 0ttt half of both games, it looked like they were potential winners, but suffered second half collapses because their opponents' fresh reserves sapped their limited strength Current issue of Sports Illustrated carries a photo of Ernest Hemingway in a box at a French race track. Sitting alongside the eminent author, and seemingly unconcerned by the camera's activity is none other than the ubiquitous Miami Beach showman, Lou Walters. But there is no mention of the well-known night club figure in the photo caption. It appearthat young and husky Larry Sherry, the Los Angeles Dodgers rookie p.tching star of the World Series, il ready to join the it kof baseballall time great Jewish players. Last one to appear on the major league scene was Al Rosen, of Miami Beach. \busj U he is with hirapidly expanding tyidc Federal, prexy : oe Lipton -eemto find a few minutes at day's end to polish up his • g on Bayshorepractice green. One of Miami Beachmost popular party hosts its dapper bachelor k Spencer, whose mite at the Carlton Terrace was the scene of anDther gaj gathering the other eve. attended by the Kenneth Okas. Harold Spaets, Sidney Wein-traubs, and the Max Orovilzes, to name .i lew lit Sinai Hospital architect and Mrs. Irving Korach on a si\ weektour of South America II. also the architect for the new Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, now getting under way in Miami. The HarTJ A. Rosenblatts, of Miami Beach, being congratulated on :he arrival of a granddaughter. Robin Joy. Her parents are Mr. and lira lack Needle, of Baltimore. The mother is the former Ann Janet I nblatt. of the Beach BOTH SIDES OF THE BAY: "Come Back Little Sheba" completes ;i successful engagement at the Studio M Playhouse on Saturday. Proi nor Ruth Foreman's next footlight effort there will be "Philadelphia Story," which opens there on Nov. 17. The Beef n Bird restaurant on Dade blvd., east of Alton rd., is about to be changed over to a bowling emporium, with approximately 32 alleys. A second story will be added to accommodate all that bowling space The Everglades now boasts an interesting entertainment innovation in its brand new roof garden supper club. Diners, while enjoying rmet specialties, can watch a delightful underwater ballet. The managment announces an early family show, starting at 7. so that youngtfori can accompany their parents in enjoying the aquatic show OFF THE RECORD: Government agents are investigating the staff and operators of an oceanfront hotel. Watch for an explosion of headlines any day now. It appears that the cafeteria "crate" on the Beach is long-gone. There are four self-service restaurants out of business for quite some time, and no takers in sight for any. One of them below Lincoln rd. will be turned into a supermarket any day now. With Adam Long Gimbel. president of the Saks Fifth Avenue chain coming to town to stump for it. it appears that the Lincoln rd. ritopp mall is on the way to reality. It certainly will add to the tourist appeal of Miami Beach. SHOW BIZ: With so many returning again and again to see "Ha vana Mardi Gras." the hit revue at the Lucerne, the management is making sure that there's always something fresh and different among the show's attractions. This week, for instance, the new dance team of Pupi and Francella bow in "Havana Mardi Gras." Starting next Tuesday. Mexico's new comedy sensations. Pancho and Villa, described as a south-of-thc-border Martin and Lew.s team make their United States bow in the Lucerne Latin extravaganza. Betty Iieilly. the versatile and exciting headlines remains in the revue through Nov. 1. DINING DELIGHTS: The extra thick prime ribs of beef at King Arthur's Court of Miami Springs Villas ... The charcoal broiled -m culent steaks at the Bonfire Pressed duck, Cantonese style at Fu Manchu The varied menu at Candlelight Inn Full course din; ners at the Royal Hungarian Luncheon specialities at Rosedale %  THIS. AND THAT: With Otto Preminger.producing the movie version of Leon Uris' extraordinary bestseller, 'Exodus," the thousands who enjoyed the powerful -novel of Israel have something to look for-' ward to. Preminger was responsible for the movie of another bestseller, "Anatomy of a Murder," which revealed his accuracy and respect for the book in sticking close to the story line throughout the film. Producer Jerry Wald has struck box office gold again with his latest movie, "Best of Everything," holding over at the Carib, Miracle and Miami. Friday, Fabien Sevitzky Opens Concert Firkusny in Brahms D-Minor KUDOlf flKKUSNt Sevitzky to Hold Auditions I'niversity of Miaryi Symphony conductor Fabien Sevitzky is seekI ing three female singers for his Wagner program scheduled for i early December. Dr. Sevitzky \vi;i hold auditions for sopranos, mez-1 zos. and contraltos at the univer-, sityBeaumont Hall on Saturday, Oct. 31. from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Greater Miami this month en ters a new era in the symphonic field with the engagement of dynamic Fabien Sevitzky, internationally -known music director and conductor, to lead the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra in fie most exciting winter series of the orchestra's 33 year history. Sevitzky will open the winter sea on Sunday and Monday evenings in the first of nine pair of concerts at Miami Beach and Dade County Auditoriums. The opening concert will feature the distinguished pianist, Rudolf Firkusny. The program includes Sevitiky's own arrangement of Frits Kreisler's "Praeludium n& Allegro," the Brahms Concerto No. 1 in D Minor for Piano and Orchestra, and Tchaikovsky's Symphony No. 6 ("Pathetique"). The concert is dedicated to the 14th anniversary of the United Nations. Firkusny, who will be making his third appearance with the University Symphony, is a native of Czechoslovakia. He made his deTangled web ol the lives ol the people in "The Bent of Everything" is shown in this composite ol scenes from the film. Left to right are Hope Lange and Stephen Boyd, Suzy Parker and Louis Jourdan, Robert Evans and Diane Baker, loan Crawford as Amanda Farrow, and Brian Aherne and Martha Hyer. Filmed in the actual locales around New York City, this story of young career women in New York is now showing at the Canb. Miami and Miracle Theatres. WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS PARTIES Tht Fmiit ,n Kosher Catering ,| R..,onble Prices By The Royal HungariansuoCaterers 731 WASHINGTON AVE. Telephone JE 1-5401 DIETARY LAWS OISIRVID w THE NEW wjl Y PACKAGE O" PLAN IS YOU* -_-— 'uv mil DIET NpNI HIGHER ft| TV fVH*7 >><10 DAYS NOV zTTni DAYS NOV. JT-blc 21 DAYS NOV 10.DIC 0 DAYS NOV I.DIC I SOCIAL DISCOUNT ,OS 4 — I 7.00 -S14J.00 -S2OS.O0 %  STAY MIAMI HACH FLA. Jt '*//] but with the PriB 4 1 age oTJ" I known in Eire?] was in Pr Jpj ., troops marched "P'tal. and Ute" United statt| He is one of tk P'"*ts m Amena,' %  traight year,, J" With Ihe Ne, vlA Symphnny. Be MJ months 0 £* uree months j, mon 'bs to South As to holiday, T^ Pianist" this year and Asia to hu j Cuesf Spealter j At a luncheon i Beach Lod ge ft Tuesday at the L speaker will be | iels. of Hollrw will discuss "Pa lions of B'nai England and! Days." Chairman i ler. Rummage a Coral Gables L of Hope was to Thursday, 11 a*, st.. with a box of i mission. The chi ecutivc board evening at 13151 Gables. Council MeefMfl Miami Beach B'rith Women til Monday evening at tel Mrs. Sai ONCE, KNIGHTI AT KING AW con For Dinntt 1 1 To Be Six Sit,"! Miami VII I* l TO MS21 m OUR SPKU NICE, THIOU PRIME R!B5! -AND TM W] lAWQUrTM IUNCH e ORDERS '<• • PHONf v !" V u ''ViS*V



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ir 23, 1959 +• Jewish fhridttam I %  %  Bmpaign chairmen for the Cedars Hospital building fund. Left to Jrvid Stuzia, Harold A. Landfield, Page 11-B Cedars Hospital Lists Campaign Leadership Here Abe Aronovitz and Sam Luby will serve as general chairmen, 'and Harold A. Landfield, Col. N. B. Rood David Stuzin and Harold Thurman will serve as campaign co-chairmen of the Cedars of Lebanon $2,450,000 building fund campaign. The campaign will be launched on Nov. 14. Announcement of the campaisn leadership was made by Dr. Morton M. Halpcrn. president, at a fund campaign meeting here. LEGAL NOTICE Col. N. B. Rood, Sam Luby and Abe Aronovitz. Not shown is Harold Thurman. ft ISTfllf CKOMEK of Miami Passes C. Cromer, of 605 Miami Beach, died 17. She was 77. widow of a pioneer ant, Daniel Cromer, nders of the Cromernent Store, formerly ave. and NE 1st her* 4t New York. She of temple Israel lemi, and en* or of Beth David Confer in yean, (ha was with the UnlverSymphony Orchesa charter mambar Symphony Orchesiinnt Zucca Club. pare two daughters, Vigdcrson, Miami fMrs. Florence Wolf, son, Maurice, Miothers. Irvin M. and 61, Miami; and 10 ere Monday at Tem|th burial in Mt. Nebo ier the direction of il Home. ETE FREEDOM CHOICE U.nd all details. I by Alfred Browning i be America's rant | memorial f ardem, astr deepest desires for I dignity. kef cart guaranteed : VISTA IAI 6AKDCNS JivO/Jfret: >Plaea,HIl.h,FU. •: TU 7-2661 SPECIALTY -Cr ICE BASKETS mr PACKID JVERED WITHIN THt HOUR CIRCUS /. FSogUr Ttr. [PHONE • -"5—FR 1-2511 -ir Mrs. Rokeach Dead at 72 BRIDGEPORT, Conn. — Mrs. Esther .Rokeach died here Friday, Oct. 16, at the age of 72. She lived here with a daughter, Mrs. Hannah Bakunin. In addition to her daughter, Mrs. Rokeach is survived by two sons, William and Leo; a sister, Mrs. Ida Keilson, Miami Beach; and brother, William Rothschild. She also leaves nine grandchildren. Services were Monday at Riverside Memorial Chapel in New York City. BENJAMIN PEARL 57. owner of the Caravan motel, 19101 Collins ave., died Oct. 16. He came from Drookline. Man., seven years ago. Surviving are his wife. Rose: two sons, C-irl and Frederick; a sister, Mrs. Rose Levlnson: and two brothers. Services and burial were In Ilrookllne, with local arrangements by Hellman Funeral Chapel. Panel on Religion Slated "Should the Bible be Read in the Public Schools?" is the subject of a forum to be aired over station WMIE Sunday night at 11:30 p.m. Panel will include Rev. A. C. Janney, pastor of the New Testament Baptist Church, and John Fleming, lay leader, Silver Palms Methodist Church, Homestead, speaking for the affirmative. Speaking for the negative will be Rev. Robert W. Sonen, pastor of the First Unitarian Church, and Howard Dixon, chairman of the Legal Panel of the Florida Civil Liberties Union. WILLIAM SCHNEIDERMAN 64. of 3230 SW 20th St., died Oct. IS In Philadelphia. Pa., of a heart attack. He came here 55 years ago from St. Louis, and was a member of the Masons, Mahl Shrine and American Legion. He was a World War I veteran. He was an all-around athlete at Miami High School, and later lolned the Knaves, a "marching unit. He Is survived by his wife. Minnie: brother, Jake; a sister, Ida: two daughters, Mrs. Qlorla Krvlns and Mrs. Marvin Boss; and two grandchildren. Services were Oct. 16 at Gordon Funeral Home. DAVID COHEN 54. of 337 20th St.. died Oct. 15. He came here six years ago from New York, and wao the owner of a tobacco store. Surviving are his wife. Polly, brother, and slsfrr. Services were Oct. Oct. 18 at Riverside Memorial Chapel, Alton rd. MARVIN C. FREEDMAN 62, of 1560 West ave.. died Oct. 13. He came here 30 years ago from Cleveland, O., and was a retired hotel mannger. Surviving are his wife, Bernloe; son. Robert; two daughters. Mrs. Ileen Alexander and Mrs. Marlorle Sharloe: and eight grandchildren. Services were Oct. 16 at Riverside Memorial Chapel, Alton rd. MRS. OLOA E. ROTH of 6465 Pine Tree dr.. died Oct. 13 She came here nine years ago from New Yuek. Surviving are a daught.r. Mrs Vivian Rubin: sister. Mrs. William Odg: and two grandchildren. Services were Oct. 14 at Riverside Memor'nl Chapel. Alton rd., with burial In New V:k. Norman Files For Commissioner Richard E. Norman is a candidate for Miami City Commission. The 44-year-old candidate was discharged in 1946 after four years with the Maritime Service during World War II. Hit supporters say ha has developed an original $700 investment hero Into various Interests including Bonded Garage, Bondad Sarvlca Station, Riverview apts. and others. Norman has two children, Richard Jr.. 11. and Edith Helen, 13. He and his wife, Mary, live at 229 SW 23rd rd. "I am against inequalities in our tax structure," Norman declared in filing his candidacy. "I am also opposed to the new courthouse being erected with stores and offices for rent." Norman also lists in his platform economy in government and support of county-wide traffic engineering "at the proper time." Singles Limited Party Singles Limited, an organization for single people from 25 to 45. will bold a Hallowe'en party Sunday, 8:30 pm. at the Alcazar hotel. Pupils to be Consecrated First grade pupils in both the Hebrew and Sunday schools of the Miami Hebrew Congregation will be formally inducted to their studies at a consecration ceremony to be held in conjunction with the Slmchas Torah celebration on Saturday at 6 p.m., it was announced by Rabbi Herschell Saville, spiritual leader of the congregation. Miniature Torahs will be distributed to each of the new pupils who enrolled this term. Board of education, under the chairmanship of Mrs. Robert Schweitzer, has prepared refreshments appropriate for the occasion. In accepting the general chairmanship, Aronovitz and Luby declared that "Miami has ntvr known en emergency more acute than the present need for hospital beds. The erection of this new community hospital, a voluntary non-profit facility that will serve the entire Miami community, must be a unanimous and overriding concern for each of us." Landfield revealed that a committee of 1,200 workers has already been recruited to assist in the drive. "This should give some indication," toe declared, "of the broad community support which we know will be forthcoming in this effort." Campaign vice chairmen are Sidney Ansin, J. I. Kislak, Sam Mufson, E. Albert Pallot, Harry Markowitz and Bernard Stevens. Construction of the $4,200,000 facility is expected to begin early next month. The $2,450,000 which is required will supplement $1,750,000 already in hand from bond sale and mortgage funds which were obtained to carry through the early stages of the project, and to permit the start of building which is now expected to begin within 40 days. The new structure will be part of the Metropolitan Medical Center. It will rise on a six-acre plot at NW 12th ave. and 14th st. Membership Buffet Luncheon Anne Frank chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will hold a membership buffet luncheon and card party Tuesday, 1 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Harry Cohen, 5133 Donatello, Coral Gables. LEGAL NOTICE CIRCUIT COURT, 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, DAOE COUNTY, I FLORIDA No. 59C 9908 ANNE MAS 1.10.Ml UK. 1'lalntlff, vs. ALBERT (1. LEMIRE. ORANGE REALTY. Inc., a New Hampshire corporation, and JOHN T. RO.ND, Defendants. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION YOL\ ALBERT Q, I.KM IRE. Turnpike Road, Auburn. New Hampshire. are notified to serve a copy of your Answer to the Complaint for Alimony Unconnected with Divorce on plaintiffs attorney. HARRY HOCSKN, 306 Blscayne Building. Miami. Florida, and file the original with the Clerk of the above styled Court, on or before the 23rd day of November. A.D., 1959. DATED: October 19, 1959. E. B. LBATHERMA.N. Clerk (seal) By! K. M. I.Y.MAN. Deputv Clerk 10/33-30, 11/1-13 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 59C 997S IRMA EAI.K, Plaintiff, vs. THOMAS FALK, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: THOMAS FAI.K. 12 Plnecone Lane Westhury. New York YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to serve a copy of your answer to the Hill of Complaint for Divorce filed against you, on Plaintiff's attorneys, IIKK.SS TEIN A: MILLER. Congress Building. Miami 32. Florida, and to file the original thereof with the Clerk of the above Court, on or before the -'3rd day of November. 19.".1', othel v\ Ise ; %  mfessw "ill i ntered aealnst you. Dated at Miami. Made County. Florida, this 19th day of October, 1959. tTHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court. I.H,-:,I) B] : JOAN SNEEDEN, Deputy • 1-30,11/6-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, deeirina to engage In bualneaa under the fictitious name of SOUND SALES at is rfjfja 7ia St., Intends to registet amid name with the Clerk of the circuit Court at Dade Florida. SAMUEI U>TH • 10/23-30, ll/K-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In bualneaa under the fictitious names of (JOL1 EN GLADES TV SERVICE and OOIDEN ULADE8 TELEVISION i \.K 167th Street, North Miami Beach, Florida Intends to regiMi sal I niiiii's'viiii t %  Clerk pf the Circuit Court of Dade County, i .. -i ida. MONROE REESE KoVNER & MANNHEIMER Attorney! for Mom.., Reese 19/23-30, 11 'fi-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the tindersighed, desiring to encase I" IS under the fictitious name of ROSE V'.' MIVMI at 272 \V. Fiagler St., Miami, Fla., intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ROSE OEFFNBR Sole Owner HERMAN T. ISIS Attorney fot Applicant 145 Alinerla, Coral Gables 10/23-30, 11/8-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of SHARIS JEWEL SHOP at 42 North Miami Avenue Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SYLVIA RAPAPORT. Sole Owner 10/23-30, ll/S-13 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of THORSBN S COIN & SERVICE LAUNDROMAT at number 1529 S.W. 8th Street in the City of Miami, Florida. Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. Dated at Miami, Florida, this llth day of October. 1959. ERIC THORS'KN ARLINE THORSEN Sole Owners M. JAY BERLINER, 1404 Blscayne Building. Miami, Florida Attorney for Applicant 10/23-30. U/S-13 Second Annual Fashion Show Greater Miami chapter of the National Kidney Disease Foundation will bold its second annual fashion show and luncheon Tuesday noon at the Miami Springs Villas. Proceeds will be used for the cortisone bank at Variety Children's Hospital, which is maintained by the chapter. Mrs. Tracy C. Hare will coordinate the show. Chairmen are Mrs. Stanley Adler and Mrs. Herbert Laibow. LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 47797-C IN RE: Estate of LENA ARNOLD 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 cl ilms and demands which you may have against the estate of LENA ARNOLD deceased late of Da le County, II .i i la, to the County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their offices In the County Got rthouee in Dade County, Florida, within eight caJciidnr months from the date of the first pubicatlon hereof, or the same will be barred. SAM ARNOLD GOLDMAN & GOLDSTEIN By Samuel Goldstein, Attorney 2303 W. Fiagler Street *""" %  "" %  ,0/23-30, 1./6-13 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 47T3S-C IN RE: Estate of ISAAC HOFFMAN l>ec eased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against 8aid Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of ISAAC HOFFMAN deceased late of Dade County. Florida, to the lion George T. Clark. County Judge of Dade County, and file the same in bis office in the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first uubllrarton hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be (Worn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date October 20. AD MILTON R MANNHEIME1 iof the l aat will and of Isaac Hoffmnn, Deceased. Kl! A MANNHEIM Attorn, j %  foi Ex. i utor '.-30. 11/6-13 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 47515-C IN RE: Estate of VICTOR GILBERT Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said l-:>lnte You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you may have against the estate of VICTOR OH BERT deceased late of Dade County, Florida. to the County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their offlcee 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. maun Q „ ,, RRT Executrix HARRY ZIKERNICK. Attorney 420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 10/23-30. 11/l-lS IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 47646-C IN RF: Estate of CELIA SOHENKFJR 1 le.-e ISCI NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Bete* ... You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you may have again-t the estate of CELIA 8CHENKER, d late of I>ade County. Florida, to the County Judges of Pole Countv, and file the same in their offices In the County Courthouse in Oa.le County. Florida, within eleht calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof, er the same will be barred. ADOI.PH SCHF.NKER. Mxecutor of the Estate Celia Schenker. Deceased, MYERS. IIEIMAN KAPLAN Attorneys Eleven Fifty Building 1150 S.W. 1st Street Miami. Florida 10/23-30, U/S-13 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 47698-C IN RE: Estate or I.OCISE SCHUMANN Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Bald Estate! You are hereby notified and reoulred to present any claims and demands which you may have against the estate of LOUISE SCHUMANN deceased late of Dade County. Florida, to the County Judges of Dade Countv, and file the same in their offices' In the County Courthouse In Dade Countv, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred. ROSE L TUCKER. Executrix ilac Sen mann, deoe First publication of this notice on \v. KENT JAMESON Mtori 17..4 N.VY. Mth Street 10/23-30.11 •-.



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Pag 12-B +J(nitf ffcridT&n Fridy. Tt. UNDER THE STRICT AND CONSTANT SUPERVISION Of THE ORTHODOX VAAD HAKASHRUTH OF FLORIDA RABBI DR. ISAAC HIRSH EVER, DIRECTOR FOOD PAMt KOSHER MARKETS lit fLEDGED TO0!V1 THE BEST QUAUTT AT THt LOWI3T PRICi O* YOUR MONEY Ucri meat and R Quantity Rights ReserveJ awl m, m] $T 0M„ nwuS,! KOSHER POULTRY FAVORITfSl at your FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKET! 163rd ST. SHOPPING CTR. NO. MIAMI BEACH • 19th ST. ct ALTON RD. MIAMI BEACH 2091 CORAL MIAMI FOOD FAIR'S FINE KOSHER POULTRY is supplied by FOOD FAIR'S own KOSHER POULTRY DRESSING PLANT insuring FRESHNESS, EXCEPTIONAL QUALITY, and LOW, LOW PRICES. This plant is under the strict rabbinical jurisdiction of THE VAAD HAKASHRUTH of FLORIDA and the constant supervision of REV. JACOB D. KATZ and REV. VHVtt SCHUIMAN. The Finest Kosher Made Poultry Cryovac Packed And Pan Ready CAPONS. CAP0NE1H PULLETS. BROILERS! *r* Save 30c per lb. lb. GENUINE BUTTERBALL — KOSHER PAN READY ] YOUNG HEN TURKU -.._. --cr*> POMU?KOSHER POULTRY TREAT lb. Announcing. %  • SSSSSS S3LE m •— FRowkttn 4-MZ3 MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS IN Hi %  EXTRA SPECIAL %  FRESH BABY STEER LIVER ib. YOUR EXTRA BONUS AT FOOD


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Miami, Fla
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
October 23, 1959

Subjects

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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AA00010090:01603

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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish unity
Preceded by:
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Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

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M 33 Number 43
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida, Friday, October 23, 1959
Two Sections Price 20*
viet Jews Live Under Circumstances Defying Description
y DAVID MILLER 9 '
By DAVID MILLER
JTA
Moscow
ling across 7,000 miles of the
farms, mountains, lakes
serts of the Soviet Union,
econd largest Jewish com-
ty in the world today lives a
ess, uncertain existence.
millions of Jews in the
nation on earth live un-
circumstances that almost
description and certainly
Id not be duplicated outside
[tight ring of the USSR and
satellites.
David Miller special Jewish relegraphic Agency correspondent,
has ,ust returned from the Soviet Union, where he was .reveling on a
Columbus University Pulitzer Phi* Scholarship. This is the f.rst in a
sertes of five trnirly articles, which will appear ,n The Jewish Floridian
on the status of Soviet Jewrya subject President Eisenhower discussed
with Premier Khrushchev on the occasion of the Premier's vMt to the
United States lost month. In his final report. Miller will take you
behind the scenes of Communist East Berlin.
it...;:'i :-:i;iu: nn
Even the exact number of
Jews in the Soviet Union is un-
known. Estimates range from
2,500,000 to nearly 4.000,000, al-
though every Jew in the Soviet
".....in in iiMnromimnMiiiniiiiiiiiiimiiwimaM
Union carries an identity card
neatly marked "Jew."
Well-informed Soviet sources
told the Jewish Telegraphic Agen-
cy that the new census of the
Soviet Union's more than M0 mil-
lion citizens shows a Jewish pop-
ulation of "well over 3,000,000
but not quit, free."
The figures, subject to further
revisions, were compiled by the
Central Statistical Bureau and
recorded the distribution of all
Soviet residents by age, sex, na-
tionality and occupation. Official
totals, the first since 1939, are
expected to be announced shortly.
Western sources usually esti-
mate the Jewish population at
about 3.000.000, with the bulk in
Moscow, Leningrad and Kiev' and
in the Russian Federated, Ukra-
inian and Byelorussian Repub-
lics.
If a figure near 4,000,000 is
correct, the increase in Jews
would represent the largest pop-
ulation growth of any of the 170
distinct national groups that
make up the 15 Republics of the
USSR.
It would also increase sharply
the contrast between the numer-
Continued on Page S-A
0jg WOMAN KIOTO
loscow Suburb Synagogue
let Aflame on New Year
INEW YORK(JTA>Russian anti-Semites started fires this Rosh
ona at a synagogue and at the cottage of the caretaker of a Jewish
|etery in Malakhovka, a Moscow suburb, according to an American
eler who has just returned from the Soviet Union, The New York
bs reported this week.
|e traveler, whose name was?
phi lit, said the two attempts at
in in Malakhovka occurred
iy in the morning on the sec-
| day of Rosh Hasbona, and that
[fires were the latest of sev-
recent anti-Semitic incidents
he suburb.
ie reported that firemen saved
small wooden M0-seat syna-
lue, but that the cottage was
troyed and the wife of the
retailer, a woman of 70, was
lied when she tried to take
possessions out of the
rning cottage. Emergency re-
rs wore made on the syna-
Bue and second day Rosh Ha-
hona services wore held.
area forbidden to foreign diplo-
mats and correspondents, the
American businessman was able
Continued on Page 12-A
FKtSIDENT ffSENHOWM
. based on infegrify
Ike, Nixon Affirm Belief Jew
May Soon Become President
HOUSTON, Tex.(JTA)A Jew Jewish Digest, monthly pocket-
could be elected President of the | 3ize magazine, published here.
United States in this generation,' President Eisenhower, Vice
31 leaders of the Republican and" Presid"t Nixon. Adlai E. Steven-
i I soiu Alfred M. Landon, most of
Democratic parties believe. Their ,he ]eading 1960 presidential con-
views are expressed in replies to tenders, prominent members of
U though the suburb is in an a symposium conducted by the
Jordan, Israel in Talks
On Recent Border Incidents
JTABy Direct Teletype Wirs
JERUSALEMThe Jordan-Israel Mixed Armistice Commission
i~i to hold an emergency session on Thursday to discuss a Jordanian (
ttmplaint that Israel recently allegedly expelled more than 100
edouin from the Negev into Jordan.
The Commission held a brief
Vienna Police,
\Students Clash
VIENNACJTA) Six persons
I'cre injured seriously, and a score
Df others suffered minor injuries
then neo-Nazi students suddenly
Jrned what seemed like an inno-
cent academic parade into a Hitler-
like demonstration.
The parade, had begun, presuma-
bly, as a memorial to Friedrich
Schiller, famous German author
land playwright, whose 200th birth
anniversary is being observed by
Imany universities' this year in
[Germfty and Austria. Police were
I on the alert, however, knowing
[that neo-Nazi student organiza-
tions were behind the parade.
formal session Monday night, but
the results of a United Nations in-
vestigation was not yet available.
Israel sources deny that any Israel
Bedouin have been expelled to
Jordan.
The United Arab Republic two
weeks ago lodged a similar com-
plaint with tho Israel-Egyptian
Mixed Armistice Commission
after a clash between a group
of Bedouin and an Israel Army
patrol investigating the murder
of an Israel officer near the
Egyptian border.
It was indicated here that the
Bedouin involved were the several
thousand Nomads living most of
the time in Egypt or Jordan, who
often cross into the Negev with the
herds while grazing in Arab ter-
ritory.
the Senate and House, key gover-
nors, and the chairmen of the Re-
publican and Democratic National
Committees were among those
who answered the question posed
to them by the Jewish publication.
The question read:
"Now that most Americans
seem agreed that a Catholic
could be nominated and elected
President by either of the two
major political parties, we would
be grateful for your opinion on
whether you believe that in our
generation a Jew could also be
.nominated and elected to the
highest office in the land"
Fifty-eight percent of those who
Continued on Pago 3-A
Counter-Action
Against French
Firm is Denied
JERUSALEM (JTA) An Israeli Foreign Ministry spokesman
denied reports here that Israel had interrupted negotiations for con-
struction of a huge passenger liner by a French shipyard because Re-
nault, the government-owned French automotive firm, in a surrender
to the Arab boycott of Israel, had suspended operations in this country.
Tel Aviv newspaper headlines
Monday night indicated that the
halt in the negotiations was direct-
ly connected to the Renault issue.
The negotiations were for construc-
tion of a new trans-Atlantic pas-
senger liner for the Zim-Israel
Navigation Company.
An official version was that,
actually, there had been no in-
_ terruption in the negotiations,
only a possible, temporary im-
passe which developed before
the Renault closedown was an-
nounced. It was pointed out that
such hitches customarily develop
during complex financial nego-
tiations.
(In Paris, it was announced that
French Minister of Transport
Bouron was to leave by chartered
jet plane Tuesday for Israel, to
attend the official opening of a
new subway in Haifa. A special
representatives of the City of
Paris was also to go to Haifa with
Bouron, to dedicate the main ter-
minus of the subway, which has
been named "Paris.")
A nine-man, all-party committee
set up in Israel to fight the Arab
economic boycott has ruled out a
counter-boycott against such firms
as Renault, the French automobile
Continued on Page 2-A
Kaiser-Frazer
To Sue Renault
For $2 Million
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
TEL AVIV The Kaiser-Frazer
Company in Israel will sue the
Renault auto firm of France for
two million dollars in damages for
breach of contract, Ephraim Illin,
general manager of the Israel
company, announced Tuesday.
Illin cited documents relating to
the current agreement between
the two companies dated Feb. 27,
1959. which permits cancellation
of contract without damages only
if the government of France ban-
ned the supply of car parts to Is-
rael for assembly here.
He said that this was not the
reason given by Renault for
ending the agreement under
which tho French firm's Renault
was assembled in the Haifa fac-
tory of Kaiser-Frazer. The corn-
Continued on Page 7-A
DALEY PROMISES EXAMINATION OF ISSUE
Urge Chicago Mayor to End Creche
CHICAGO^(JTA)The City of Chicago was urged this week to end |
a practice of exhibiting on the main floor corridor of City Hall a por-
trayal of the Nativity Scene during the Christmas period. The appeal'
was made by six organizations and five individuals. The organizations
included three Jewish groups, and the individuals, one rabbi.
Their statement said that a*-------------------------------------------
Creche had been exhibited at City i ican constitutional principle of
Hall for the past eight years de-1 separation of Church and State as
spite the belief of many organiza- j set forth m y^ irst amendment of
turns and individuals that "this the Federal Constitution and the
display of a religious symbol on f Bill of Rights in the Illinois Con-
! public property violates the Amer-1 stitution."
The statement said that offi-
cials representing the American
Civil Liberties Union, the Amer-
ican Jewish Congress, tho Chi-
cago Board of Reform Rabbis,
the Chicago Area Council of Lib-
eral Churches, tho Union of
American Hebrew Congrega-
tions, the Jewish War Veterans
and tho Chicago Council of Tra-
ditional Synagogues met with
Continued on Page 7-A


Page 2-A
^Jmistncrktar
KIM Pilots Train at lydda
LYDDA. Israel Royal Dutch
KLM Airlines will train their pilots
for the*copany' new jet plane*
at the Aydda Airport here KLM
official! explained that the com-
pany's facilities at the Amwtonlim,
Holland airport are too near a
large center of population, which
would be disturbed by the jet en-
gine noise.
Becrh V-vr.- ? l*e re well s.cns rroclcar.stxss desi rtag Oct. i: I. rs ? : -. ? :._-. Menbership Week. Look-
ing on are bring Ti In nil. Lodge presides; Herbert Heiken.
Eannmmc:-e>r V .?- ?-.-.- gmwtrrsi;p cienrman; and Max
Fnevin-via BwCmc -r:^: r: e rersi^p. The 79 days from
Ocf -* :.- >: :. wC =*=rk .-. &rtth New Fcces .-;mz LONG-OISTANCI
MOVERS
Action Denied
trwm Pea* 1-A
company, which has yielded to the
towh boycott and halted ats oper-
ations a Israel, the committee's
.- ,- AKJhwaal
Beth Sholom Buys
$253:000 in Bond
Holy Day Appeal
Temple Beth Thohri reached
new heights on behalf of State of
jtl Bond* at a dinner Sunday
night in the Americana hotel hi
honor of Jack A. Cantor and Sam-
uel Oritt. general chairmen of the p.^^
Greater M.ami Israel Bonds com- fPOCCCOS Alu
Co-chan-men of the dinner were PoitO INiwawMQTtOII
^e'^^Green^rg^ideS S-^-^SwS^H-S^cS
iT J^SS^ ^ kry a the De.uv.lle hotel. Miami
Beach, last week to Adrereolor
Press. Miami.
There the palHiggi w-re pho-
tographed for use on Christmas
cards to be distributed by a Com-
mittee of One Thousand Greater >
Miamians to individuals, business,
professional and industrial firms,
here.
Proceeds will go to the Dade
county unit of the National Foun-
dation for Infantile Paralysis, ef-
forts of which hare been expanded
this year to include research on
viruses, such as the common cold,
and arthritis.
Included among tne valuable
paintings being made available for
the Nauonal Foundation's Christ-
mas card use are "The Golden
Bird." owned by Mrs. Jean Shel-
don. Miami, and "The Printeas
and the Blue Roar.' owned by Mrs.
Charles Fnedland. of Miami
Beach.
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e* the ommitHi. d that
ther* was littte that ctuW be
wane f prwaonr sweh hjajjaunj
as tha surrender by Renault to
Arau aewnmen.
awnm>- w
H-s committee. Grossman said,
had worked for the past two years.
whatever was possible w*h
only force at ha disposal
persuasionhut this, he ad
mined, was only rarely successful
He noted that economic boycott
egal a many countries and
thus that even if it mere panmMe
to orgamae a campaign if ami I
arm* observing the Arab boycott
Jt Israel and eefnsng to deal with
Israel, sue* efforts might prove
uTetaL
at the cotturewetton
pure Ka ted mart than fiTl.tW in
Israel Bonds in honor of Cantor
and Oritt and in response to en
appeal by the Temple's tpiritvel
leader. Rabbi Leon Kroeuah.
Many purchases were made with
a prayer for the speedy recovery
of Ontt. ho is ill in a local hos-
pital.
In a special message from Is-
rael, Pliant MiaisUi David Ben-
Gnrimi praised Cantor's and Ontt's
leadership m the Israel Bond
drive, stating. -I am pleased to
join in tribute to you as an exam-
ple of devoted leadership which
has produced such an excellent rec-
ord of Israel Bond sales this year.
Your success in marshaling sub-
economic and moral sup-
is an important factor in our
efforts to continue the process of
ingathering and integrating the
exiles and attaining economic self-
sufficiency. You may be proud of
your role in these achievements."
Mrs. Gotda Meir. Foreign Min-
ister of Israel, sent a special mes-
sage emphasizing her tribute to
Cantor and Ontt for their part m
leading Miami's Israel Bond ef-
fort to the forefront of all Amert-
can cities.__________________
Special tribute was eaao paid
h Mr*. Samuel Oritt and Mrs.
Jack Cantor "for the lamp art and
inspiration they have prawn their
?./stands in their leadership of
the Israel
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Women s Division, and Rabbi
Kronish led a prayer "for Samuel
Ontt s speedy recovery and for
Jack Cantor's contnwed g d
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staff ;
A presentation of plaques bear- J
* the map of Israel was made to
Canter and Ontt by Moshe Lesh-
* Israels Consul for the South- *
eastern region of the Canted
States Mrs Ontt received the J Cntun Wgff & S.W. 2M itVw.
Idaone on behalf of her husband.
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Jewish President Seen as Possibility
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[Dear Mom and Pop Let's help Let's pay our CIA
Wedge." This message appears on tags issued to more than
|,000 children in Greater Miami religious schools as a re-
linder to their parents of CJA Cash Week. The Bureau of
swish Education gets the project under way with Bureau
lirector Louis Schwartzman presenting the first tags to Darryl
ershman and Cynthia Toppell, students at Beth David school.
JC Reveals Dinner Speaker
fepotlight will be turned on prob-
m- of youth at the eighth annual
eeting of the Greater Miami
lapter, American Jewish Com-
mittee, on Nov. 22, it was announc-
Wcdnesday by Nathan B.
bod, president.
ISix concurrent workshops, pre-
^ding the annual dinner meeting
the Dupont Plaza hotel, will
GOLFERS
Gain Continue, with
NEW GRIPS
All Style* Available
Reshoirlne. MfinhhiM
Alterations
GOFFS ,4M P0HC1,
WWrrjCOUl CABLES
cover every phase of adult-youth
relationships. Morris B. Abram,
dinner speaker, will d i s c u ss
"Youth in the Modern World."
In addition, annual reports will
be given by Rood and Seymour
Samet, director of the AJCom-
mittee. Election of officers and
board members will be held.
Abram, who spoke here two
years ago, has enjoyed a distin-
guished career both in private and
public life. He is at present chair-
man of the citizens' crime com-
mittee of Atlanta and a member
of the board of the 20th Century
Fund.
Social Singles to Dance
B'nci B'rith Social Singles is
sponsoring a Hallowe'en dance
Saturday evening, Oct. 31, at the
Empdess hotel. Dancing with mu-
sic by Shep Barrie and his group.
Miss Dorothy Mosk is chairman.
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replied, out of 47 who were quer-
ied, said they definitely believe a
company, which has yielded to the
Jew could be elected President in
this generation. The other 42 per-
cent said, in one way or another,
that they hoped that before too
long the electorate would do away
with the tacit religious test tradi-
tionally barring all but white Prot-
estants from the Presidency and
the Vice Presidency.
Of those who replied to the in-
quiry, 20 are Protestant, seven are
Catholics and four are Jews. Eight
of them are- potential nominees
for the Presidency in 1960. Three
of the respondents raised some
question as to the accuracy of The
Jewish Digest's premise that the
voters are agreed that a Catholic
could win the Presidency.
Answering for President Eisen-
hower, his press secretary,
Jamos C. Hagerty, wrote: "The
answer to your question is ono
which greatly concerns the Pres-
ident. Ho believes with all his
heart that selection of a candi-
date for public office, including
the highest in the land, should
bo based ontiroly on integrity
and abilitynot on how that
candidate chooses to worship
Almighty God."
Vice President Nixon replied:
"It is a sign of developing politi-
cal maturity that within one gen-
eration there is serious considera-
tion being given to the nomination
of Catholics for the offices of Pres-
ident and Vice President. I feel
certain we witt see further pro-
gress in this important national
aspect of our national life, so that
within another generation the so-
called 'religious test' will be a
thing of the past."
Adlai E. Stevenson stated: "I
hope and pray that we have reach-
ed the point in this country where
a man's character and ability and
not his race, creed or color are the
qualifications we look for in a can-
didate for the Presidency."
Alfred M. Landon declared:
"There have been great Jewish
statesmen in every age and in
every country since the first
scrolls of history. Therefore, why
should one not be elected Presi-
dent of the United Statesassum-
ing he measures up on other quali-
fications."
Son. John F. Kennedy said:
"The practical question whether
a majority of American citizens
would vote for a member of a
minority religious group is be-
ing answered m every election
year. Apparently the voters who
hove elected Catholics and Jews
to statewide office have based
their decisions upon the qualifi-
cations of the candidates. I do
not believe it is too much to
hope that this can be transmit-
ted to a national election."
Sen. Estes Kefauver wrote: "I
am not certain your premise is
correct. For the same reason I
don't feel thai I am in a "position
to give you an informed opinion
on your question. I do know this
freedom to worship is a clearl> de-
fined constitutional principle in
our nation. Americans and the
people of the world should always
aim at applying this principle to
everything they do."
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RAY U BINDER_____________Correspondent
United Nations Anniversary
Greater Miami is now celebrating United
Nations Week. The world peace organization
will mark its fourteenth anniversary on Satur-
day.
Since its establishment back in 1945, there
have been frequently bitter words spoken
about the UN. Some of the dissenting opinion
has been in the nature of well-founded criti-
cism. Some of it has been honestly motivated
if undeserving.
But a good deal of it has stemmed from
the vitriolic, hatemongering sources to which all
men of goodwill are opposed. The sad thing
about bigots and their statements is that they
make greater and bolder headlines than do the
deeds and aspirations of the decent and law-
abiding.
Decency and law are the foundation-
stcnes of the United Nations. Perhaps for this
reason, the UN and its dedicated activities are
net as well known as their criticsor enemies.
As peacemaker, the United Nations has
played a stellar role since the organization's
creation fourteen years ago. As Godmother to
the birth of c host of new republics, it has been
the protector of those seeking to make their
way in a free and independent manner.
In its many programs for the cultural, sci-
entific and educational advance of backward
peoples; concern for the fate of children suffer-
ing the ravages of war, orphanage, hunger
and want; efforts to ease the lot of refugees;
extending the benefits cf the world's vast corps
of labor; and many others, the United Nations
has stood as a symbol of determination that
peace and progress shall prevail.
Can the UN do a better job? No one will
deny it can't. But just as war and the neglect
of need are symbols of human frailty, so is the
slow advance of the UN a sign of man's limi-
tations in the process of bettering himself
however good may be his intentions.
The anniversary of the establishment of
the United Nations should be an occasion on
which all of us dedicate ourselves to the organ-
ization's highest goals and to the eradication of
those influences which hamper its stride in the
direction of peace and plenty.
Greater Ties of Friendship
Over the years, France and Israel have
enjoyed increasingly strengthened ties of
friendship. Their luckless partnership in Suez
back in 1956 has since brought these two na-
tions irrevocably together.
Whatever reservations may hare been felt
about him personally, the election to the Presi-
dency of Gen. Charles de Gaulle served to ce-
ment the union even further.
The political and military reasons behind
this union are apparent, but understanding
them should not in any way diminish the ulti-
mate good of Franco-Israeli friendship.
The fracas several days ago over the Re-
nault firm's decision to cease its operations in
Israel is a blow to the Jewish State's economic
development and prestige. That Renault has
acceded to. Arab coercion is one more sad ex-
ample of the corrosive character of the unset-
tled Middle East
But problems with the Arabs are one of the
things France and Israel understand very well
indeed.
It was therefore heartening to see the re-
action of the French government early this
week. In an official exchange of diplomatic
notes, France reaffirmed her Israeli ties of
friendship despite the Renault automobile firm's
bow to pressure. In a similar light, it was dis-
turbing to learn of the rumored decision in Is-
rael to halt a contract with a gigantic French
shipyard for the construction of a super-ocean-
liner.
If the rumor is unfounded, it will further
prove the ties between the two nations. If it is
true, it will betray a land of diplomatic imma-
turity that distinguishes little between the al-
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Friday. October 23. 1959
21 Tishri 5720
"h Need's Considerable Deepening ..."
Need to Return to Germany
The eleven men going on trial in Frankfurt
for their harrassment of a Jewish family are
another example of the steadily increasing
number of neo-Nazi sympathizers in Germany.
Over the years since the conquest of the
Hitlerian hordes, we have observed this devel-
opment with a mixture of horror and concern.
That many German leaders today are sin-
cerely dedicated to the ultimate and total
democratization of their country is clear and
beyond question. That many of Germany's
people are contrite and determined the Nazi
beast shall never again ravage their land is
equally clear.
This does not. however, erase the sad and
frequendy terrifying memories Jews have with
respect to Germany. Nor does it explain the
magnetic attraction so many of them feel to-
ward returning there. Kurt Sumpf is a case in
point, who fled as a refugee, became an Israeli
citizen, and was inesistably drawn to go back.
His subsequent experiences in Koeppem
are the result of the rise of neo-Nazi prevalence
in Germany. The trial of the eleven men who
forced nun to close up shop and move to Frank-
furt symbolizes the nation's democratic deter-
mination. But Sumpfs need to return remains
a phenomenon that is as unexplainable as it is
frequent in occurrence.
Simchas Torah Festival
HrtuWe ma? Such Torah beginning with
afof Sjirday evenmg-SjvocLion-
tuTLSf^S. WQVing ags ^d marching
behind their elders as the Torah hj carried in
greganon. and back to th. altar agSn.
The circular march is symbolic of the fes-
bval itself. Far Simchas Torah celebrate, thl
Mos^andjh. begmning. with Genesis, of
In a strong sense, this process *i,k-i
the eternal aspiration of e ewTa-T^T
I certainly reject, mex^gSy V &
emergence in our time of the State of iW
Snce9 Cydieal nmUre ^oncaTexpe:
^irit^^dV^^i^S^^ to ^
nently .1 c.HrS SteT
the festival imparts to them 1 .1 ah- For
spiralling j
this regard. The struggle against the outward
Communism has been a principal factor, where
superiority of our way of life over Godless Marxu
superabundant expression of faith in religious belief ''
The trek from congested industrial centers to the
been another principal factor. Not only did the pretsanT
borliness, dictate some sort of spiritual identifiCitMJJ"y'j
to show the harmonious family unit as the solid core 7
democratic society also militated in the direction of
conformism. As both cases illustrate, there has beta '
drive toward the achievement of a kind of cultural ho
so successful is the repression by intimidation of h
of late, only such essentially mutant prototypes as the
age to rise above the sickeningly sentimental call to "L_
Where such social changes take place, it is dear JT
plummets to its low point. And, since tolerance u reab
bridge between different cultures and their beliefs, it asnMi
ly clear that human freedoms are reaching a moment at hm
no one suffers so much as minority groups in a world sabtei
tyranny of cooformism.
ronmc rm wist cam u BAumaows
JUST AS MANY more forces than Communism and istellj
** uted to the crushing of the rugged individualism
herent in American society, so have other characterutal.
to mass religious identification emerged to mark the chant ]
leu. religion is among the most significant of themand tsvi
to cause greatest concern for the civil liberurian-miadcd
The battle to maintain in relatively unhampered
democratic principle of separation of church and state
few will deny that it offered increasing challenges in
Minority groups have, for obvious reasons, assumed vaaraali'
the battle. Jews, over a period of thousands of years tat Mi
ious persecution, seized the opportunity afforded then bent
the fray as leading combattants.
Where conformism is on the rise, attempts can be i
curb the simultaneous rise of religious expression in p
Where the prevalence of such expression is seen as the i
dote to Godless Marxism, the attempts can be disastrous.
Fully aware of these dancers, American Jews, and aaaf
civil libertarian organizations, have in varying degrea i
years reiterated the principle of the separation of churti i
as a doctrine inherent in the First Amendment to the Ca
the United States.
-: :
KU6NMK mSTWCTION 01 ntooatmATKm?
NFRACTIONS OF THE principle range from the benign a In]
nant. Houses of the Congress open their sessions aii|
Locally, as is the prevalent case elsewhere, a creche an
on the grounds of the Coral Gables City Hall, with a
on the higher floors of the Dade County Courthouse to i
Christmas season. In between these extremes are ianr
dences of religious instruction in public school system
the nation.
A major target of civil libertarian organizations as I
rising incidence of religion in the schools, which takes
forms, ranging from seemingly innocent release time" L
programs to "non-sectarian" Bible reading affirmed ia is I
the curriculum by state law. The arguments against teaal
are varying and complex. Of gnstint significance assail
that neither public school-age children, nor their teachers '
lectually equipped to handle "nocaecUnan" reUgaw
that, in fact, such instruction is tantamount to lndoctriM
Since the latter belongs in the home, church or iji
argued that impressionable youngsters are being denied I
their parents in this regard. Hence the major concern !
fraction of the separation of church and state pnnapkj'
As an aspect of the battle. Miami late last spring estewt.
with a suit by Harlow Chamberlm against the Dade Cos*!
Board, which sought ultimately to declare unconstitutwul*J
provision making obligatory daily Bible reading in the J""
The weakness of the Chamberlin suit lay in the U
session that both he and his wife do not believe in PP*J.
nizable form of organized religion. Jewish and other nuartl
have long suffered the facile charge of 'Godlessness, *
to bring religious instruction in the schools to an end
I
ens I
:
lottinc orators CAttr rue bau
PUT CHAMBERLIN WAS particularly vulnerable *J
Florida chapter of the American Jewish Cotyn-e*?
conjunction with attorneys in the Chamberlin case, reo1
a collatoral plea here to mitigate his weakness in this ttJJJ
Whether or not the new litigants will indeed bnat "*j
tages to the successful prosecution of the case relM"!Jj3
other, more pertinent, questions develop here Some <**T3
if Jewish leadership is not in fact a liability to tne bnttf
much as Chamberlin's alleged "I'llItT was reca$*fJ
biuty Would not. they wonder, such litigation serve to i
very thin* >k j__.___.
very thing we seek to destroy?
v-a Slm^ariJ'- "tot was the haste in filing a c^^C'l
KStSL^Ki
------ ~w.i oi rennsyrvsma last sspt. io.
r,J*f*mPP won in a case against the Abington .
cnoou, which their three children attend, enjoining tsei
compulsory Bible reading according to a Pennsylvwu o
Provision Terming the provision a violation of the FB*J.,
inc court labeled the "Bible essentially a religwi **J
c.sion ,s now scheduled for appeal before the l-M**gi
Court. Should it be upheld, the opinion will invalid* *
w. as well. ^i
mii,? SvSS^T 'l"00 ta P"vania. Would it **l
wvisable for the AJCongress to bade Ms time **3
232Tu'f -nyteg the^T JTo3- 2Sa
"^snssiy ui the dangerous business of bucking oat


5ber 23. 1959
-JenlstifkirldHar)
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et Jews Live Under Impossible Circumstance:
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nee of Jews and the
creasing role they play
! and community life.
,u' -"ii- -n.
\i%. com pitted several
it expected to show
M of Jew* in all prirv
and Republics and in
condary areas of Mm
ariej of the Soviet
to estimates, Mos-
iw a Jewish popula-
P.000 (in a city total of
Leningrad, 300,003
[3,200,000); Kiev, 220,-
(Mal 1,000,000); Odessa,
ty total 625,000); and
|),000 (city total 301,-
;e concentrations are
liarkov, Vilna, Lvov,
akum Tashkent, Cher-
ilisi, Dniepropetrovsk
Izhan.
lining Jews are settled
of the Soviet Union,
Jberia and the new in-
Bvclopments, but vir-
live on collective
Soviet Jews live to-
ll has happened to
lous life? How much
Km remains? What are
Their fears? How
ee their role in the
iriet state? In relation-
ship with Israel? With Western
Europe and the United States?
This reporter spent a month
touring Western and Southern
reas of the Soviet Union. Dor-
Irig that time dozens of discus-
sions were held with Jews in all
walk, of life. The talks were
trank and rewarding.
But before an American Jew
can hope to understand the pres-
ent-day life of Soviet Jews, he
must understand the history of
Jewry in the Soviet Union, (he
terror of the Stalin period and
the subslantial changes since
1053.
Perhaps the first impression in
talking with Soviet Jews is also
one of the most significant. All
Soviet citizens over the age of 16
carry identity cards. They are
similar to those required in most
of the countries of Western Eu-
ropeexcept for the additional
entry of "nationality."
An American Jew thinks of his
nationality as American, his re-
ligion as Jewish. In the Soviet
Union, where the state stands for
atheism, Jews are considered a
separate national group and no
recognition is given to religion.
Soviets are classed according
to the nationality of their par-
ents. A child born to Jewish par-
ents in the Ukraine is registered
as a Jew, not as a Ukrainian.
THE EDITOR -
rial Showed Perceptive
^standing of the Issue
lie Jewish Floridian:
I had the pleasure of
or excellent editorial
| our ADL meeting in
?rglades Park
lamilton, superinten-
scuss "Expanding Fa-
Everglades National
Be Miami Public Li-
27 at 8 p.m. The pro-
isored by the library
pical Audubon Society.
Your deep understanding of this
complex problem and our position
with respect to it are clearly stated
in your editorial. Actually you have
made an analysis and evaluation
of our policy in this field, and it is
entirely accurate.
I hope that greater activity by
all civil libertarian organizations
will finally bring an end to this
illegal curtain of intolerance which
is a blot on our national scene.
PAUL SEIDERMAN
Chairman of the Board
Florida Regional Office
Anti-Defamation League
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Thus Jews, regardless of their
place of birth, are always classed
as someone outside the local com-
munity.
A Soviet Jew is always a Jew,
although he may attend Ukrain-
ian schools, speak Ukrainian as
his first language (Russian is al-
ways taught as a second language
outside the Russian Federated
Republic) and dress and look
like his neighbors.
To his fellow citizens, a Ukrain-
ian Jew is a Jew, not a "real"
Ukrainian like himself. That the
Jew may have spent his life in
the Ukraine is also of no impor-
tance.
This situation is true only for
Jews. Soviet citizens who pro-
fess to be Russian Orthodox,
Greek Orthodox, Moslem, Budd-
hist or any other faith are not
classified separately. For them,
it is the place of birth that counts.
.i The designation of Jew also
means that in the Soviet concept
of religion and nationality, the
Jew is a member of a specific na-
tional group. This system sets
the pattern for his place in So-
viet life.
Soviets proclaim that this
method enables them to preserve
local languages and customs as
part of the cultural heritage of
the peoples of the Soviet. Exten-
sive programs an given high
priority for teaching all Soviets
at least two languages their
own and Russianand the songs,
dances and literature of their
forefathers.
But for Jews this has meant
the partial preservation of Yid-
dish in only one areathe auton-
omous province of Birobidzhan in
the Far East.
As a home and cultural foun-
tainhead for Jews, the plan has
failed completely. No more than
80,000 Jews (half the total pop-
ulation) have ever lived in the
region, twice the area of New
Jersey.
The marshes and woodlands of
Birobidzhan, on the northern
frontier of Manchuria, mean
nothing to Soviet Jews. Yet out-
side the region no Yiddish or He-
brew is taught or Jewish com-
munity life maintained.
The Soviets, through this pol-
icy of control, have sought to sep-
arate the Jew from his fellow
citizens. In many ways they
have met with considerable suc-
cess.
NEXT WEEK: The Fate of Jew-
ish Tradition Under Commun-
ism.

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To Jews Who Helped
Build America
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1747-1776
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PJMIncrkftin
Friday, Oclotn,*
New Dade Federal Landmark After 25 Yei
Dade Federal's new towering main office on W. Flagler st.
Building Shows Institution's
Faith in Miami's Continuing
Growth and Sound Progress
Dade Federal Savings and
Urn of Miami is now .n
its new, towering downtown
headquarters at Flagler st. and
NE 1st I
Formal opening was k
1 by a ribbon-cutting i
presided over !; '
Koberr King B move in
to the new buildma from old
headquarters at 45 NE 1st ave.
i Dade Federal's 25th an-
niversary celebration.
This marks the seventh pan-
sion of th SI JO million inetitu-
tion, which first taw the light of
day in in..*, and underlines the
faith in the continued growth of
Miami and Dade county held by
president and founder Joseph M.
Lip-on and his beard of direc-
tors.
The renovated and
mod-. ;ng pr
cal facilities for a vast ex-
Milford Clements, vie presi-
dent-secretary, has wide ex-
perience in the banking field.
and has been associated with
Dade Federal sinew 1949.
pansion program, the need for
which has been dictated by the
rapid and steady growth of the
25\-.arold institution, and of the
area it servo.
I: was in 1957 that Lipton and
his board became convinced that
the quarters at 45 NE 1st ave.
far too small to accommo-
:he burgeoning association.
50.000 people pouring into
Dade each year, and mo-t i I
them seeking help in buying
homes. Dade Federal had reach-
p- in: .'here the downtown
was bursting at the seams,
ation had
four large branch offices.
Jtes cast
about for a building suitable for
their purposev ,vere two-
fold: they wanted space for
acedi
ed a
i iation'a progr
-jmbol of
in Dade county and the
downtown Miami area.
A bu'ld-ng that offered the
physical attributes they needed
was found at Flagler and NE 1st
ave. But its construction and ap-
pearance did not radiate the
spirit Lipton was determined to
symbcliie.
But Lipton and his colleagues
it the structurethe former
First National Bank bldg.and
immediately undertook a stag-
gering program of renovation
and modernization, which Mas
completed only last week.
Architect Edwin Reeder and
Associates, apprised in detail of
what Dade Federal wanted to
ray through the buildisg that
was to house the main office.
ripped away the old Corinthian
of the structure and cre-
ated a gracefully elegant build-
ing in keeping with the national
trend for modern financial in-
stitut.ons.
The completely remodeled
building features an open facade
on the south and west sides, with
glass walls rising for three floors
between piers of granite and
spandrels of marble.
A color scheme of pink and
gray was chosen for the first
three floors while above this
point the brick walls dUappear
behind intricate grillework of
gold and silver enodyxed alumi-
num, to which odd sixt multi-
color plastic panels ar attached
in an informal m*nnr.
The granite used in the build-
ing is a mahogany red quarried
They Served
As Liaison
Ronald A. Lipton. assistant I
to the president, Dade Fed- I
eral Savings and Loan Assn.
of Miami, and George A. |
Price, vice president and di- |
rector, were responsible for I
coordination during the
building period and acted as |
liaison between the institu- I
tion's board of directors and
the general contractor. Ar- I
kin Construction Company.
>>
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Mayor Robert King High and Joswph M. Lipton, Dade Ft
president, at ribbon-cutting ceremony.
- i
On-the-spot field decisions
were made by both men. re-
resulting in the saving of
countless man-hours of la-
bor, thereby expediting
building construction to
meet Dade Federal's sched-
uled opening.
in Carthage. Mo., while the gray
marble, called Creole, comes
frcra Georg.a.
The grillework is patterned
somewhat after the familiar side-
walk gratings and is used as a
grille for the first time in the
Miami area. This grille projects
40 inches in front of the existing
walls and serves as a sunscreen
as well as a decorative covering.
At the southwest corner of the
building there is the only time
and temperature sign in the
downtown area.
The main entrance has a pro-
tective canopy while the canopy
just above the third floor, also
of plastic, is equipped with light-
ing to completely illuminate the
exterior walls after dark.
The entire building is com-
pletely air conditioned with the
latest type of equipment avail-
able for large office structures.
Interior decor of the institu-
tion's new headquarters stresses
the functional and utilitarian.
Designed by Richard L Plumer
Business Interiors Inc.. colors are
bright with reds, yellows and
blues employed.
Columns along the vsj|
facing the lobby arc of1
gloss incorporating I
pattern of beige, royal I
turquoise. Furniture is
made with numerous i
lounge chair> for cususml
teller winewi
reedy for operation as hit
safety depesit vault. Tfct
in electron c equipment
lixed in the business and i
ing departments.
The elevatrr* are the
modern available with i
ing device thai calls o
numbers of the floors is tkl
tomatic lifts rise and dea
According to Lipton Didt I
era will occupy the fcnt:
floors and the remainder of i
space, which hich is beiaf. (
pletcly renovated as office i
is now being leased.
Dade Federal directors vleft to right) are Ion. president. Leonard Ban. George A- P**l
Char.es Beatty. Samuel Lipton. Joseph M. Lip- Gus Feuer and Leo Robinson.
Mi\\
*f
At opening ceremonies are (left tr. H.,kt\ *.*
and Mrs. Ronald Lipton. cnuistoitV2 ^ "^ Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Hen* a
idem; Mr. and Mrs. JosapTuntonJ-Ul?" coun"L Mrs. Harris in the Jo**P*
*~ F*. ptaaaaanL- daughter, Harriet


kber 23. 1959
+Jenisti ncricfiain
Page 7-A
it High School Storm Troopers1
IRIA, Va.(JTA>-The existence of a "Nazi Storm Troop"
igh school boys was disclosed here this week as police
ie arrest of three teen-aged anti-Semites. The group wag
recent activities involving defacement of property with
logans, arson and theft of rifles and ammunition.
Police said some of the youths
were linked with George Lincoln
Rockwell, self-styled commander
of a neo-Nazi organization in near-
by Arlington. Rockwell, a former
naval officer, has spread anti-
Jewish propaganda in the nation's
capital area for about two years.
Youths aged 14, 17 and 18 are ac-
cused in the fire bombing of the
home of the Vice Mayor of Alex-
andria. Anti-Jewish and Nazi slo-
gans were pasted on the doorway.
At a Juvenile Court hearing,
Hm 14-year-oM plaaded guilty to
arson charges. Sentencing was
postponed for two weeks. Juven-
ile Court jurisdiction was waived
on the 17-year-old, who was or-
-Frazer
Renault
from Page 1-A
meys have started
Raterial for the dem-
ur owners in Israel
nsolation. The Arab
(lations to which it was
enault bowed in can-
agreement does not
ts of spare parts to
ch government mean-
flven Israel assurances
cision of the Renault
end car assembly
Israel will not affect
el friendship, it was
esday.
issurance was given
chai Shneerson, Israel
faires in Paris, banded
Cour de Murville, the
eign Minister, a note
(Israel's views that the
etion may influence
companies to bow to
eague boycott against
| officials contended
lay that high produc-
and high Israel taxes
null participation in the
ubly plant of the Israel
ber Company u n e c o -
|nd that this was the
Br for the decision.
dered held for grand jury action
on charges of conspiracy and
violation of probation. The 18-
year-old, Lloyd J. Conner, was
held for the grand jury on arson
and burglary charges.
The father of the 14-year-old re-
vealed the existence of the Nazi
"Storm Troopers" at the local
high school. He indicated the
movement was inspired by Rock-
well. Alexandria school superin-
tendent T.- C. Williams announced
that he would launch an inquiry.
Informants stated the group in-
cluded Rockwell's disciples and
was supplied with Nazi insignia,
swastika arm bands and anti-Jew-
ish material in pamphlet form.
The Vice Mayor, whose home
was the target of arson and anti-
Jewish propaganda, is a non-Jew.
His wife, also a Christian, is a
Juvenile Court judge.
Rumanian Officials Charge
Israelis are Molesting Them
Accepts
lanship
|Roy CoHins of Florida
(ted the honorary chair-
|of the Diplomatic Ball
to America Israel's new
or, Avraham Harman, it
lunced by Samuel Oritt
[A. Cantor, general chair-
lie Greater Miami Israel
Imittce.
Momatic Ball, which will
(the Jewish community's
Ison, will be held Dec. S
pitainebleau hotel.
JGov. Collins on the hon-
nmittec are many distin-
Lmerican leaders in pub-
ommunal life.
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TEL AVTV(JTA)Rigid secu-
rity measures were being enforced
this week at the Rumanian Lega-
tion here following a complaint by
Rumania of an alleged attack by
unidentified assailants upon two
members of the legation staff. Of-
ficials of the legation said that the
Rumanian government took a
"very serious view" of the matter.
First word of the attack came
from Bucharest where the Ruman-
ian Foreign Ministry complained
to the Israeli envoy that a legation
driver had been attacked in Tel
Aviv. At the time of the attack
the legation had made no com-
plaint either to the police or to the
Israeli government. A legation
source said that the two staff
members were attacked as they
sat ic a parked car on a Tel Aviv
street.
Mayor Urged
To End Creche
Continued from Pege, 1-A
Mayor Richard J. Daley last
June 9 to discuss the problem.
"The conference fully reviewed
the constitutional and religious
grounds" against such a display,
the statement said, adding that
"after a full and frank discussion,
Mayor Daley told the group that
he would take this matter under
consideration."
The participants in the confer-
ence said that the statement was
being issued, five months afler the
meeting with the Mayor, "so that
there may be public understand-
ing and discussion of this situa-
tion."
The Rumanian Minister Petru
Manu left Monday for Jerusalem
where he lodged a formal com-
plaint with the Foreign Ministry.
The Ministry later stated that only
one unidentified man was involved
in the alleged attack. Israeli offi-
cials said they learned from Mr.
Manu that, on Oct. 13, a legation
employee, driving an automobile
on a Tel Aviv street, was accosted
by an unidentified person who al-
legedly tried to hit the Rumanian
with a stick. The Rumanian swerv-
ed his car, according to this re-
port, and the attacker's stick struck
a rear fender of the automobile.
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*JmU*ntTk1ton
Friday,
jtlt f Religion Forum
At University
T.ward Interreligious Under-
standing" is the theme of a one-
day wnr*>mv*v*Mch was to take
place at the University of Miami
"World Disaramgf
Prof. Donald SDr,.J
University of Mu'*'
W..rld I.armamr ,,
log Tuesday of ta, <},
L*dge and Chapter ofiffi
at Zamora Jewish Center
The meeting markedijj
Week. InvocatwoWS
flit Mi n .. "I
nooa
on Thursday.
Sponsored oy the ~ Will versify of
Miami's Religious Centers, which r
include the Baptist Student Cen-' JJM M ^", an,
,er. Bnai Br.th BUM Foundation. U Per all0 B
Canterbury (Episcopal. Founda- j^ f the Uw
tion. Wesley (Methodist) Found.- a''"",a"d <*
tion. and Westminster (Presbyter- uel v,llomfl at the pu*
ian> Foundation, the Anti Defama- '
tion League of Bnai Brith, Fior- Director fo be Chosen
ida regional office, and the Florida
Council on Human Relations, the
workshop was to be keynoted by
Dr. H. Franklin Williams, vice
ent of the University of Mi-
ami.
Community leaders end Center officials talk
things over at the semi-annual board dinner
meeting of,the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center, which honored Dr. Benjamin
B. Rosenberg (second from left', who will soon
leave his post as executive director oi the
Center Board Meeting Hears Plea
For Establishment of Summer Camp
The need for a country camp and
for more modern buildings for the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center mi by Dr. Benja-
min B. Rosenberz. executive di-
rector of the Greater Miami Jew-
deration, at the semi-annual
Greater Miami C iat Youth will meet '
evening at Temple
ligious school. Pauj
Mrs. Alfred Karg,
said a director for Yom
Film forums, discussion groups activities here will be id
on the roots of prejudice and the meeting,
their manifestations on the so-
cial scene, and display of objects
used in Jewish and Christian
worship, were to be covered by
participating students during the
day's sessions at the Hillel run-
. .. dation.
od the Center "on the spirit in
which it had cooperated with and Highlighting the evening's ses-
supported both the Federation and sion at the Westminster Founda-
the I'mted Fund." pointing out yon was to be a dinner at which
that "without the harmonious func-, Paul Seiderman, chairman of the
tioning of Federation and its mem-1 Florida regional board of the Anti-' Q^ J\ lip
> Defamation League, was to speak Vee^%*IJ(
programs would be impossible." j on '"Subversion and the South."
Speaking for the United Fund Coordinating the workshop was
Greater Minmi Jewish Federation. Left to riqht
are Scm J. Heiman. Federation president;
Hcrry Cain. United Fund president; Isidore B.
Simkowitz, GMJCC president; and William
Sussman, chairman of the meeting and presi-
dent of the Miami Beach YMHA.
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board dinner meeting of GMJCC year long."
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\V:!]ijni Su-sman. chairman of!
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of GMJCC. revealing that "the
Center has comi HeJf to a
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camp;i.
An autograph book, containing
the farewell wishes of all who at-
t-n led the dinner, was presented
to Dr. Rosenberg by Mrs. Milton
S.rki.i. GMJCC honorary BTCtt-
dent.
Review of the activities of the
board of directors for the past
year was presented by Isidore B.
Simkowitz. president. Greetings
were given by Sam J. Heiman.
Mrs. Morton L. Perry, special ed-
ucation consultant for the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai B'rith.
president of the Greater Miami
Jewitb Federation. Tne invoca-
tion was rendered by Rabbi Her-
bert Baumgard, of Temple Beth
Am, rnd the benediction by Rabbi
Jonah Caplan. regional director of
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>ber 23. 1959
vhas Torah Fete
Weekend Services
I days of Sukkoth will begin, with Heshana Rabbah Great
1 services here Friday evenine Th k,
L conclusion the High Holy d1TsLson rnS """i Which
b prayers on Saturday. Sabbath servi^r" W',th Shem"
Ee the Yizkor memorial. Simchas Toraih^fke,nd wiU
Inclusion of the reading of the Five Book', n, vSUVal mart
of the reading with Genesis will tak? DI ,SeS 'nd the
Kakofos, a Joyous processional' march* wit? the Toi^ Impart
-Jewish n*r*Hcr)
Page 9-A
ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyla i.e.
Rabbi Isaac Evir.
Dshana Rabbah 7:30 a.m.
Itzereth 5:30 p.m. Saturday
* Yizkor memorial n a.m.
Memorial Prayers In a Pm-
V." Simchaa Torah 6 p.m.
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IMES. 2633 SW 19th ive.
Uva. Maxwell Silberman.
115 p.m. SJkturday Sheminl
la .i in eunauy bmujiias
k.m.
LviD. 2435 SW 3rd ave. Con.
a Rabbi Yaakov Roaenbera.
William W. Llpaon.
10 p.m. .Saturday Sheminl
a.m. Yizknr memorial 11
'oa 6:45 p.m. Sunday 81m-
9_a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
SO0 8VV 17th ava. Orthodox,
olomon Schlff.
10 p.m. Saturday 3:30 a.m.
(emorlal 10:15 a.m. Sermon:
.It Reborn." Simchas Torah
I : p.m. Sunday 8:30 a.m.
IETH. 12250 NW 2nd ava.
tlva. Rabbi David W. Her-
htor Hyman Pain.
13 p.m. Sermon: "Fact and
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Israeli Sportsman
f Israel team
I. it is true, attain one of the
ices, but it played a good
nd defeated the teams of
large countries.
visit of a team of Israel
nen abroad is not only a
IS event. It is also an im-
|t event for the local Jewish
Unity. The Israeli boys visit
pagogue and other Jewish in-
fns. They meet the local
their homes, and they par-
py make a profound impres-
the youth.
the members of the group
to Israel they have many
to tell both about the
[they played and about the
fchom they met.
B&hed by Brit Ivrit Olamlt)
^fen<,^.R*a"on and Emotion." Sat-
urday Sheminl Atiereth am str
m7: 'The.I"ad ,hat Llvearnd^h;
a m "h^w"? -Yllkor """rial 10:30
To7ah ?m Z Sunda> ""Cha
torah 8 a.m. Sermon: 'The Com-
mandment of Happlneas."
H22 '"**"-. 4000 Pralria ava. Or-
thodox. Rabbi H. Loui. Rottm.n
AiLIri',hB:3,U--pm' Sa^rday Sheminl
Serm?i ?i4aoam,- Y'zkor memorial,
a! i": JA 2frv,ce of Love." Sun-
day Simchas Torah.
".I." 822 30,3,1 Waahlnoton
Cantor Maurica Mamchea.
lESSL, HiTnan Ra'ah 7:30 p.m.
8 io i AlvMlh 6 pm- Sunday
8.30 a.m. Tlzkor memorial 11 a.m.
Sermon: Juat Once More." Hakof.w
7 p.m. bunday Slmchaa Torah 8:30
BnT.1.!?APHAIL- 13t Nw a-
Orthodox.
Saturday Sheminl Ataereth 8:30 a.m.
JHkor memorial 10 a.m. Rabbi Max
Shapiro to officiate. Sermon: "The
Mnal Journey." (Umchaa Tora*i Sat-
urday evening and Sunday 8:30 a.m.
"TH TFILAH. 35 Euclid ava. Or.
thodox. Rabbi Joaaph E. Rackovaky.
rYitlay .i:30 p.m. Saturday Sheminl
Atzereth 8 a.m. Sermon: "Are We
Toa-eiher?" Yizkor memorial 10:30
a.m. Mlncha 5 p.m. Sunday Simchan
Torah 8:30 a.m. Sermon: "What Ih
Happlneaa?"
30RAL WAY JEWI8H CENTER.
P.O. Box 34-534, Miami. Rabbi Sam-
uel April.
DADE HEIGHTS CENTER. 18160 NW
2nd ave. Conaervative. Cantor Eman-
ual Mandel.
Friday 3:16 p.m. One* Shahhat boata:
Mra. Irving Lampert and Mra. Harry
liurhhiMK. Saturday Sheminl Atier-
eth 9:30 a.m. Yizkor memorial 11 a.m.
Slmrhas Torah Saturday 7 p.m. and
Sunday 9:30 a.m.
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FLAQLER-QRANADA. 50 NW Slat
pi. Conaervative. Rabbi Barnard
Shoter. Cantor Fred Bernateln.
Friday 5:30 p.m. Saturday Sheminl
Ataereth 9 a.m. Sermon: "The Vita-
min of Spritual Life." Yizkor memor-
ial 11 a.m. Hakofon 6:45 p.m. Sunday
Slmrhaa Torah 9 a.m.
FT. LAUDEROALE EMANU-EL. 1801
E. Andrewa ava. Reform. Rabbi
Marlua Ranaon. Cantor Sherwin
Lavlna.
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HEBREW ACADEMY. 018 8th at. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Alaxandar Qraaa.
Friday Hoahana Rabbah 5:30 p.m.
Saturday Sheminl Atzereth 8:30 a.m.
Yizkor memorial 10 a.m. Sermon:
"Feaat of Conclusion." Klmchaa
Torah Sunday 8:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
Sermon: "Feaa^of^ Rejoicing." m cnafge of ,he religious festivi.
hialeah reform Jewish con. ties, assisted by Cantor Meyer
OREQATION. 1150 W., 88th at.. Palm
Friday 8 p.m. Sermon: "Live RIrIU-
eoualy and Enjoy Life." Saturday
Sheminl Atzereth 11 a.m. Yizkor me-
morial. Sermon: "Again We Re-
member." Simchaa Turah Saturday
7 p.m.
.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 2030
Polk at. Conaervative. Rabbi David
Shapiro. Cantor Yahudah Hellbraun.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 24th
tar. Conaervativa. Rabbi Morton
Malavaky. Cantor Louia Cohen.
Friday 5:45 p.m. Sheminl Ataereth
Saturday 8:30 a.m. Yizkor memorial
10 a.m. Sermon: "Remembering Our
Dear Onea." Children'* Hakofoi 7
p.m. Sunday Simchaa Torah 8:30 a.m.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ava.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lahrfiald.
Cantor Abraham Serf.
Friday 5:30 p.m. Saturday Sheminl
Atzereth 8:30 a.m. Ylakor memorial
10 a.m. Sermon: "Olft of Remember-
ing." Hakofoa 6 p.m. Sunday Simchaa
Torah 8:30 a.m. Hakofoa 10 a.m.
MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1101 SW 12th ave. Orthodox. Rabhl
Harachall Saville. Cantor Joaaph
Salzman.
Friday 5:35 p.m. Saturday Sheminl
Atzereth 9 a.m. Yizkor memorial
10:45 a.m. Sermon: "Imagea of the
Hnkuf.m 5:30 p.m. Sunday
Simchaa Torah.
MONTICELLO-PARK. 164th at. and
NE 11th ava. Conaervativa. Rabbi
Max Lipahitx. ,
Frldav 5:45 p.m. Saturday Shemln
Atzereth 8:45 a.m. Yizkor memorial
10:M a.m. Ilur Mllzvah: Robart, KM
of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Fine; Edward,
aon of Mr. and Mr.v Ifordachal s..|..-
rnon. SliTirlias Turah 6 p.m. al North
Miami Reach Junior High. Sunday
8:45 a.m.
NORTH DADaTcENTER. 13630 W.
Temple Zamora to Dedicate Holy Vessels
At Religious Ceremonies Sunday Evening
Sidney H. Palmer, president of
Temple Zamora, announced this
week that a group of Holy Vessels
to adorn the "Oren Kodesh" and
pulpit of Zamora's recently-com-
pleted new facilities will be dedi-
cated at a special religious cere-
mony Sunday evening.
Presentation and dedication ex-
ercises will be followed by a re-
ception and dance commencing at
8:30 p.m. Gerald Yanks, chairman
of the entertainment committee, is
in charge of the evening, assisted
by Mr. and Mrs. Max Poller, board
of directors and Sisterhood.
Hosts of the evening will be the
donors of the gifts and "grooms"
of Torah who will be designated at
the Sunday morning Simchas Tor-
ah service.
Donors of the pulpit gifts are
Eternal Light, Mr. and Mrs. Na-
than Davidow; Ark Candelabras,
Mr. and Mrs. George Greenberg;
Torah Crown, Cantor Rudolph
Brill: Etzchaims and Breastplate,
Mantis Baum and son, Jack; Bi-
mah Candelabras, Mr. and Mrs.
Milton Bimstock; Cantor's Podi-
um, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Smukler;
Reader's Podium, Mr. and Mrs.
J. S. Greenstein; sound system,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Malmuth;
Silk Poroches for Ark, Mrs. Ruth
Solomon for Sisterhood of the
Temple; air-conditioning system,
Herman Douglas for Men's Club
of the Temple.
"Grooms" of the Torah include
M. D. Perelman, "Choson Torah;"
Charles Fidelman, "Choson Maf-
tir;" Sam Rabinowich, "Choson
Bereshis;" and William Moss,
"Choson of all youth." Palmer will
be in charge of the presentations.
Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz, spirit-
ual leader of the Temple, will be
Emeritus. Philip Rice is in charge
of arranging the Holy Vessels for
the presentation. Nathan Davidow,
Immediate past president of the
Temple, Edwin Solomon, immedi-
ate past vice president. William
Raskin, builder, and those who
took part in laying ground work
for the building of the new Temple
will be presented to the congrega-
tion.
Aaron Budnick will be in charge
of refreshments, assisted by Mor-
ton W. Palmer and Martin Bud-
nick. Hosts for the evening will be
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney H. Palmer,
GfOKCE SAMDUS
Cub Pack Has Meeting
Cub Scout Pack 81 of Temple
Judea held its first meeting of the
Gisser and Rudolph Brill, Cantor year on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Solomon, Mr.
and Mrs. Aaron Budnick, Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Davidow, Mr. and
Mrs. Irwin Raskin, Mr. and Mrs.
Ephraim Collins, Mr. and Mrs. Os-
car Smukler, Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Moskowitz.
Mr. and Mrs. John Bigman, Mr.
and Mrs. Martin Budnick, Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Douglass, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Fidelman, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Green, Mr. and Mrs.
Eli Hurwitz, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Miller, Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Perel-
man.
Mr. and Mrs. William Raskin,
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Silverman, Mr.
and Mrs. Irving Simons, Mr. and
Mrs. Jules Taylor, Mr. and Mrs.
Gerald D. Yanks. Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob S. Zion, and Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Rice.
Ner Tamid Youth
Elect Officers
In a recent election by members
of Temple Ner Tamid Young
Adults, George Sanders, 20-year
resident of Miami Beach, was
elected president.
Sanders is also Democratic pre-
cinct captain for Precinct 29 on
the Beach, on the board of direc-
tors of the Miami Beach Young
Democrats, and is social chairman
for the Dade County Young Demo-
crats.
Other officers elected ware
Don Glaser, first vice president;
Muriel Fellerman, second vice
president; Betty Rote, secre-
tary; and Thehna Freed, treas-
urer.
The new social group on the
Beach was formed less than three
months ago. Weekly game nights
eacb Tuesday at the Temple and
bowling each Thursday at the
Beach Bowl on the 79th st. cause-
way are two of weekly events.
Each first and third Wednesday
of the month are a general meet-
ing and social, with guest speak-
ers, dancing and refreshments.
Dlxia hwy. Conaervativa. Rabbi
Henry Otaolica.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Laughter
and Tears." Simchas Torah observ-
ance.
NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620 75th at
Conaervativa. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owltz. Cantor Edward Klein.
Friday 6:15 p.m. Saturday Sheminl
AtziTcth S:45 a.m. Yizkor memorial.
Children's Hakofoa 7 p.m. Sunday
Simchas Torah 8:45 a.m.
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SOUTHWEST CENTER. S438 SW 8th
at. Conaervativa. Rabbi Maurica
Klein.
Friday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "Memorial
In the Light of Torah." Sheminl
Atiereth Saturday 8:30 a.m. Yizkor
10 a.m. Simchas Torah Saturday
evening and Sunday. .
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TEMPLE BETH AM. S8SO N. Kendall
dr., S. Miami. Rarorm Rabbi Herbert
Baumoard. Cantor Charlea Kodner.
Friday Simchaa Torah 8:15 p.m. Sat-
urday 10 a.m. K
TEMPLE BETH EL. 1645 Polk at.
Hollywood. Reform. Rabbi Samuel
Jaffa.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe at Conaervative
Rabbi Samuel Larar. Cantor Erneat
Schrelber.
Friday 8 p.m. Saturday Sheminl
Atzereth a.m. liar Mltzvah: How-
ard, aon of Mr. and Mra. BtotTtS
Singer.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chaat
ave. Liberal Rabbi Leon Kronieh
Cantor Davia Conviaer.
VMdaj 7:15 p.m. I'amily Hakofoa.
Saturday 10:48 a.m. Consecration of
Den religious school pupils. Yizkor
memorial.
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd ave. Conaervative. Rabbi
Sheldon Edwarda. Cantor Ben Groaa
berg.
Friday S p.m. Yizkor memorial. Ser-
mon: "With Sorrowing Hearta, Re-.
member." Saturday Sheminl Atzereth
8:30 a.m. Simchas Torah 7 p.m. Ser-
mon: 'ilratltude and Joy." Sun lay
9:30 a.m. Sermon: "Aa a Clroom."
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TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Waahine,
ton ava. Conaervativa. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor larael Raich.
Friday 6 p.m. Saturday Sheminl
Atzereth 9 a.m. Yizkor memorial
10:15 a.m. Simchaa Torah 7 p.m. Sun-
day 9 a.m.
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 18th at
Reform. Rabbi Joaeph R. Narot
Cantor Jacob Bornataln.
Friday 7:30 p.m. Religious school
children to be consecrated. Saturday
Sheminl Atzereth 11 a.m. Sermon:
"Have You Read Your Own Kulogy?"
Yizkor memorial.
TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ava
Liberal. Rabbi Morria Skop. Canto-
Herman Gottlieb.
Friday 8:1} p.m. Sermon: "Rpj.ilo-
Ing In ihe Law." Saturday 10:30 a.m.
Yizkor memorial 11:80 a.m. Hakofoa
7:30 p.m. Sunday Simchaa Torah
10:30 a.m. Sermon: "Our Little
willi I Jin Ideas."
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th at. anc
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can
tor Samuel Oomberg.
Kri'lny H p.m. Saturday Sheminl
Ataereth 1:45 a.m. Yizkor memorial
I in Btmchaa Torah 7 I'.in
a.m.
TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 1210C
NE 15th ava. Reform. Rabbi Banno
M. Wallach.
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 851
Flamingo Way. Conaervativa. Rabbi
Leo Heim.
Friday 6 p.m. Saturday Sheminl
Atzereth 9 a.m. Yizkor memorial 10:30
a.m. Sermon: "WaterThe Inevit-
able for Survival." Sunday Simchaa
Tor.ili :i a.m. Sermon: "Lei'a Rejo.ce
While Keing Grateful."
TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th at.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax.
man. Cantor Jacob Ooldfarb.
Friday 6 p.m. Saturday Sheminl
Ataereth 9 a.m. Sermon: "The Eighth
Day of Gathering." Sunday Simchaa
Torah 9 a.m.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 88O0 N. Miami
ava Conaervativa. Rabbi Harry L.
Lawrence. Cantor Albert Qlantz.
Friday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "Holy Days
and Holiday*." Saturday Sheminl
Ataereth 9 a.m. Sermon: "Fable for
Adults." Yizknr memorial 11 a.m.
TORAH TEMPLE. 1254 Weat ave.
Traditional. Rabbi Abraham Casaal.
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VOUNQ ISRAEL. 16750 N*. 10h ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
Friday 5:30 p.m. Saturday Simchas
Torah 1 a.m. Yizkor memorial 10:30
a.m. Sermon: "The Beginning of the
Cinl Btmchaa Torah 6:30 p.m. Sat-
urday. S"unday 9 a.m.
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44 Za-
mora ave. Conaervative. R-tbbi B.
Fi -'.lay ".::'." p.m. Saturday STiemlnl
\i7.i i ill N ii in Ylakor men I
'0 a.m. Sermon: "Life l".v. i lustrng."
Btmchaa Torah T:I0 p.m. Sunday 8:30
a.m. Hakofoa procession.


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Warsaw Ghetto Flames Will Burn in theReadenMi

A TpWIft l0* THC INIMV. y AsWrt ***-
atouv Wl p*> N* tut** Tbt 0* Press. %SM.
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the agouv vf the w*^
aatta it NnI '
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appeared >w Vumaneattai > >ear> hack1
M the ma>v c*rvNMc*r> v the murder of FVtesh

TV Je s- mwiwhI 4W in **.
uheu thev *ere herded tr <-o*.*ure.
ttlM three >ear> the.v v *d The miser? of
tfew^r hve* wanner *i thesr deaths ere de-
hherate^. and pre* group of **
tear *Ml :ettrvt>ul> uskv uWMnss] they uvmhi Ml
Set h.-s abve. *Is* teared that n* ee* one pen**
* be left o *ll 2t 2
rto nU> PMte. of jr h song. d
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tanlly understand JLT52
thee men sealed the.r ilMigi ': *> **
ivaner. R* and NlM buned them be-
aealh the alls The> jd *"*; *2
Men: thear children were ton* gone th the rest
of their families, deed I stswiuliun *
the Germans for their sport, or marched away alone
stnpped and shorn and *. ___.
They had oary tin* > tnal *hat happened
N> the*/bright lives he someday torn and. per-
aaps. nawMbered And ml* this tenuous immor-
l keep faith It ha* bee. sweated to
many ums. ad mm hr>- by KwJew?. that I
de Ml IWther the eawe < rtd peace thu ay.
that beaks ** th land are divisive and only increase
bitterness among peoples. I accept tfc,,
I would want to add that the protes, T\L
one of remembrance, not of forgHtfce 2!
would trust no humanity, individuals*'
that is built on the quicksand of oohrkn'
I might ask. too. whether the death tf
son or of six million people has an ed i
is it not that tragedy is a part of the csstaJ
net^eassTll
the moment a thing becomes
to be bound by the laws of time and mm
the realm of the eternal1' All of these tkna!
are part of Mr. Xiraastem's moova
TW book is in homage, hut it is
trbutmg to ihiilimliiu
least an idtnunU fcrnniittoc c< tht nyj
the Umiu of a people's mmninj, f fc^
pmnt at whach the moratev of a
Cs^sfW SjPsV'npJkf:
l> MllTON Ftin>MAN
Restricted Capital Suburb: Citadel of Hypocrisy :
Thus the ghetto writers vep:
over the brwtahty of tiv
\ betrayal by the Jewish pnhce aai tknr'i
I was caned forth no lesa 6;
. fight back thaw by the ocxi
1 romni in aw iianaal German lx wcai^
fade the dkaries of the net-? aad tht
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[October 23. 1959
+Je*isft rtcridHari
LESAL NOTICE
Page 11-A
JCIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Idicial CIRCUIT IN AND
COUNTY, FLORIDA IN
kNCERY No. 59C 9777
It:, kaixk.
>iff.
FAINE.
Klnnt.
ICE BY PUBLICATION
Via i. 1AINK
i.\ 7lst i 't Kent
M>ik 16, n r.
IE Ml Ki:i V not If led to file
pw. t i r otherwise pi*- id I o
Quint for DlTOrce filed herc-
h,. Clerk of the above Court,
n oop) thereof upon 11i n
Irney, SHE! DON N. I E.I.-
32 duPonl Building, Miami,
,,r I- (ore the 19th day ol
r i '.-i pro Con*
be eni '-,; ngn tit M rou,
IB. i: LEATHBRMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court
i:> : C. I. ALEXANDER,
I DUtjr Clerk.
l"'16-2.1-:i>. II 8
NOTICE UNDER
|TITIOUS NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN thRl
signed, I'e-i'inn to en|
Rider 'lie ficiitiouH name of
M*TO SALES at 8711 N.W.
i.-. Miami, Fla., intend to
il name with the Clerk of
gil Court of Dade County,
Anthony loiacono.
50<* Interest
IKI.EN (iAUI.IAXO.
50* Intereet
A OOI,I>8TKIX
, for Registrant
Plagler Street
10/16-23-30. 11/6
NOTICE UNDER
riTIOUS NAME LAW
IS HEREBY OIVKN that
signed, desiring to engage in
Under the fictitious name of
ril.E COMPANY, (not Inc.)
Iw. 21st Street. Miami. Fla..
|o register said name with
of the Circuit Court of
nty. Florida.
MIJ.IAM Rl'BIXSTEIN,
Hole Owner
tx a goldstein
for Registrant
Flagler Street
lorlda
10/16-83-30. 11/6
| COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
ID FOR DADE COUNTY,
*IDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 47665-C
Estate of
(ARD Fi.IASHNICK,
ed
ICE TO CREDITORS
editors and All Persons Hav-
- or l in,in.Is Against Said
Bd each of you are hereby
Ind required to present any
i.l demands which you. or
[you, may have against ttie
1SKRNARD FLIASITNICK
[late of Dade County. Flor-
N- Honorable County Judges
Bounty, and file the same In
Pei In the County Court-
'Jade County, Florida, within
|ndar months from the date
r.-t publication hereof. Bald
demands to contain the
ress ,,f the claimant and to
to and presented as afore-
isanie will be barred. See
13.16 of the ft Probate Act.
Btober 9. AD. 1959.
>RA FL1AFHXICK
ill-IP FLIA8HNICK
tutors of the Last Will and
nt of Bernard Fllashnlck,
Hi
* MAXNHEIMER
for Executors
10/16-SS-60. 11/6
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
|TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY.
No. 59C 9085-N
SUPWORTH,
paler,
"ff.
to I IN'ARES MELIN and
A. MELIN, JR.. her
Bants.
3TICE OF SUIT BY
PUBLICATION
tlA CU1NARES MEI.1X,
[ANTONIO A. MELIN, JR.
husband,
iidunts
IDENCE UNKNOWN
JJ5 II E It E II Y NOTIFIED
III of Complaint for Foreclos-
een filed against you by the
' i the above styled Court
for the purpose of fore-
mortgage on the following
......."- [County, Florida, and more
(., ..e.v.ibe.. as ioIIows-
Block 57 FOURTH ADDITION
_ SPRINGS BUBDIVUBON
fX E. as recorded In Plat
at Page TS ot the Public
of Oafie County, Florida,
12035 N.W. 59 Avenue, Hift-
lorlda.
IRE HEREBY required to
JDpy of your Answer or other
mm plaintiff's attorney. MIL-
FRIEDMAN. 1111 Alnsley
^Mlaml St. Florida and file
tial Answer or Pleading In
, of the Clerk of the Circuit
[nd for Dade County. Flor-
_ before the 11th day of No-
U959, or judgment will be
llnst you for the relief do-
|n the Ttlll of Complaint.
IS my hand and the seal of
it at Miami. Dade County,
Tils tnd day of October. 1959
LEATrTERMAN
lof the Circuit Court.
Dade county, Florida
By: JOAX SNKKDEN.
Deputy Cleric
I A FRIEDMAN
[tor plaintirf
*Fla, FR 1-5*64
10/9-16-23-t"
IN A CO.
BROKERS
>ns Patents Processes
714 Sevbels Building
>Miami 32, Florida
r.lesaose Ft 4-4114
LEGAL NOTICE
IN tNj/I,?.E,.BY PUBLICATION
J^A,Sif,CU,T COURT OF THE
FLOBinl JUD|C'AI- CIRCUIT OF
-.RIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
MBIT* MATA* MC9241
Plalmirr, '
CIABTON MAYA,
Defendant.
to:oao].m%aD,vo',
i Boverlj Wood. Btrei t
ls Angeles 14, California
of your An-.,, or Pleading to th.
nil of Complaint on the plalnttfr,
,\ :"";: PfcPHAN Goldstein
F ric I SMlK s"""
;" nd fIle the original Answer
or l lea, Una n the office of the Clerk
t ,'' CIIcil," Courl "" r before the
IM day of November, ; 159 I' you fall
todo so, judgmeni by default win be
taken against you for the relief de.
rnanded in the Bill of Complaint
each ", 7 S.a" '"' Pub"l> once
each we..k ror f.cir consecutive weeks
la THE JEWISH FI^RTDIAN
BSSJiB '\N","it'";ui:i. at MUml,
A D lW "ay "' s'l"-""'er
r-ie .o ,'' I-KA'THERMAN. Clerk.
,;-..It t.our.,iI.,de;Cor,>, Klorlda
GOLDMAX GOLDS-VK'iN5 ^^
2J03 West Flagler Street
Miami. Florida
NH 5-0618
Attorneys for Plaintiff
10/2-9-16-23
.. _NOT|CE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
_____ No. 89C 9237
SYLVIA P. MANXINU.
Plaintiff,
vs.
JOSEPH MANXIXQ.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JOSEPH MANNING
Tou 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 Attornev, ALVIN
GOODMAN, 8204 Blscayne Blvd.. Mi-
ami. Florida, and file the original
Anwwer or Pleading In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 9th 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.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH Fl.oRipiAN.
I'ONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 29th day of September,
A.D. I
E. B. I.EATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
i seal) By: K. M. LYMAN,
Deputy Clerk.
ALVIN GOODMAN
->?o4 lilscavne Blvd.
Miami, Florida
Attorney 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 9024
THOMAS E. LEWIS.
Plaintiff,
vs.
Itl'Tll C LEWIS.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DiVORCE
TO: MRS. RUTH C. LEWIS
4227 Old Annapolis Boulevard
Baltimore Highlands
Baltimore 27, Maryland
You RUTH C. LEWIS, 4227 Old
Annapolis 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 required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
plaintiffs Attorney. MARSHALL H.
ADKR. 420 Lincoln Road. Miami
Reach, Florida, ami file the original
Answer or Pleading In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 23rd day of October, lKt.
If win fall to do so. Judgment by de-
fault will be taken against you for
the relief demanded In the Bill of
Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FI.OKID1AN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 23rd day of September.
A.D. l^9 n LEATHERMAX. Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade Countv. Florida
(seal) By: R H RICE. JR..
Deputy Clerk.
MARSHALL H ADER Esq.
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach-39. Fla. (JE J^*",,.,,
WfiW
BY HENRY LEONARD
x:.
m
B>^
5M


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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY.
No. 59C-9416-I
DAXIEI. J. STEUERXAOEL,
Plaintiff,
DORETHY A. STEUERXAOEI.,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
.TOU. DORETHY A. KTEUER-
XAOEL, 181-24 Hillside Avenue. Ja-
maica. Xew York, are herebv notified
that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you. and you
are required to serve a copy of your
answer thereto on Plaintiff's attor-
ney. RDWIX A. WILLIXOER, Lln-
coln-Drexel Rullding. 1655 Drexel
Avenue, Miami Beach. Florida,, and
file the orlglral 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. ttSI
E B. LEATHERMAX. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
(seal) By: R. H. RICE, JR..
Deputv Clerk.
W'0-U-SJ-iO
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEIIEBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CHARM MODELING SCHOOL AND
AGENCY at 27T Miracle Mile. Coral
(Jables, Florida Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
OATLE CARSi IN
WEU.I8CH, DOUGHERTY A ZAIAC
Attorneys for Gayle Carson
10 lf-tJ-39, 11/6
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 5sC-e019F (Cannon, J.)
LOUI0 LEVINE.
Plaintiff,
vs.
SOPHIE LEVINE.
Defendant.
AMENDED ORDER
OF PUBLICATION
TO: Sophie Levlne ..
. 100 Van Cortlandt Park South
Bronx 3. N.Y.
You are hereby notified that a
Complaint For Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are hereby re-
quired to serve a copy of your Answer
to the Complaint For Divorce on
plaintiffs attorneys and file the orig-
inal Answer In the office Of the lerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
2nd dav of November. 19S9; other-
wise, the e*atlon"f Mid Com-
plaint rce will be taken as
onfessed against you.
,1 this 2nd day of October. 19*9.
K B. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
(seal) By: R. H. RICH, JR..
' Deputy Clerk.
T.LI.NOFF WAT I.Ell
Attornevs for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road
" UmgiK "* 10/2-9-ll-M
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 59C 23T
MARIOX EVELYN GAUTIER,
Plaintiff,
ALCIDES OAUTIER.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ALCIPER GAUTIER
109a Southern lioulevard
Hronx, Xew York
You AI/CIDES GAUTIER are here-
by notified that a BUI of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against
you, and yoti are required to serve a
copy of your Answer or Pleading to
the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs
Attornev, HAROI D B, BPAET, ESQ..
407 Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach. Florida,
nd 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 bv default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded In the Rill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIPIAN.
DOXE AXD ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 29th day of September,
A.D. 1959.
E. B. LEATHERMAX. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
(seal) By: JOAX SXEEDEN.
Deputy Clerk.
HAROLD B SPAET
407 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach. FTa.
in/2--l-2J
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
-No. 47503-C
IX RE: Estate of
JACOB FEIXBERG,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To AH Creditors and AH Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of JACOB FEIN BERG de-
ceased Inte of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same In their offices In
the County Courthouse In Hade Coun-
ty. Florida, within eight calendar
months from the date of the first
nubllcatlon hereof, or the same will
be barred.
MINNIE FEIXBERG
.MYKRS. HEIMAN & KAPLAN
By: Attorney Kenneth M. Myers
115" S W. First Street
Miami 16, Florida
UV2-9-16-23
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBX that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
542 JEFFERSON APTS. at 542 Jef-
ferson Ave.. Miami Beach. Florida In-
tend to reSlster said name with the
OM of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Forida.
EDWARD MERLIN
LENA MERLIN
LEBOWITZ \- I'.EI.l.Ki:
Attorneys for 542 Jefferson Apts.
7's: First Street
Miami Beach, Forida
JE 8-0774
10'9-16-23-SO
I
LEGAL NOTICE
NOT.CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN" that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the flctltloui name "f
RIDGE BAKERY DELICATESSEN
al -" '" South i. lent! Highwav, Cut-
ler Ridare, Florida Intend to register
Mid name with the <"I.-rk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida.
ALEX SAMALION
ABE BLOOM
as co-partners
ENGEL and HOUSEN
Attorneys for Alex Samallon
305 Blscayne Building
Miami 32. Florida
FRankllln 3-0802
1ft '9-16-23-30
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 5C W27
OTTO ALBERT POHL,
Plaintiff.
HILDA POHL.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: HILDA POHL
(Residence unknown)
You HILDA POHL are hereby no-
tified that a Complaint for -JXvorce
has been filed against you, and you
are required to serve a copy of your
Answer or Pleading to the Complaint
on the plaintiff's Attornev. ALAN
SHERR. 407 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 16th 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.
HOMO AND OKOERED at Miami.
Florida, this 8th day of October. A.D.
1959.
E. B. I.EATHERMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida,
(seal) By: JOAN SNBHDEN.
Deputy Clerk.
10/16-23-30, 11'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. StC 9288
MICHAEL LE DONE.
Plaintiff,
JEANNE LE DONE.
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: JEANNE LE DOXE
Defendant
6.'.."i 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 on the Plaintiffs At-
tornev, AXOELO A. ALI. 1103 Alns-
ley Building. Miami 32. Florida, and
file the original answer In the office
Of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or before the 9th day of November.
1959. or the allegations will be taken
as confessed against you.
DATED al Miami, Dade County,
Florida, this 80th day of September.
1959.
E. B. LEATHERMAX, Clerk.
Circuit Court. H mty. Florida
(seal) Byi K M. LYMAN,
Deputy Clerk.
10/2-9-1S-23
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under (he fictitious name of
erfJD8-UR-DUDS at 4900 N.W. 27th
Avenue. Miami. Florida intends to
register said name with 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
10/9-16-23-30
NOTICE UNDER
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the undersigned, desiring to 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 1 >ade
County. Florida.
BAY TOWERS APRTMEXTS.
INCORPORATE! >
JULIUS JAY PERLMUTTER
Attorney for Applicant
10/9-16-23-30
NOTICE UNDER
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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 O. BOURKE
Sole Owner
MARX FABBR
Attorney for Applicant
1612 Congress Bldg.
10/9-16-23-30
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business under the fictitious ngmes of
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at P.O. Boa :i7-"2:i, Miami intends
to register said names with the Clerk
i f Mm Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
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INC.. a Fla. Corp.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicant
1111 Alnsley Bldg.
10/16-23-30. ll'
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business under the fictitious name of
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GEORGE McCRACKEN.
Sole Owner.
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Be thousand local resi-
music lovers joined
Irs. J. Myer Schine at
tea honoring the Uni-
Miami Symphony Or-
the beautiful Ocean
Dd Candlelight rooms of
fcy Plaza hotel Sunday
. Guests of honor
I and Mrs. Fabien Se-
[ Dr. Sevitzky, world-
conductor, will direct
pairs of concerts for the
of the University of
lphony Orchestra .
jcert Sunday and Mon-
aings features pianist
irkusny in the Brahms
iano Concerto Im-
following the tea, a
iinner was given by the
. Guests included
G. David, and his love-
Ithe former Hilevi Rom-
Eral years ago selected
(verse Joining them
I. and Mrs. Sevitzky, Dr.
|. Jay F. W. Pearson
(iident of the University
liMrs. Harold Cum-
Irs. Marie Volpe and
\, Mrs. Dorothy Alpert,
Irs. J. B. Tobin, Edward
Ir. and Mrs. Paul Hex-
IHerman Binder .
ifolpe, concert manager
Orchestra, whose late
[composer-conductor hus-
r. Arnold Volpe, founded
hestra, is excited about
bcoming season, which
lets to be the finest in the
organization's history
king of Herman Binder,
devoted friend of the
and president of the
[Beach Music and Arts
has just returned from
[to California, where he
bis children.

the Back to School
it these days is Mrs. Je-
Hofmayer (Marcella)
j*s taking courses at Barry
Might Inn was the site of
(School luncheon Wednei-
some 100 ladies attend-
event arranged by Mrs.
Fow Alpha Sigma
{holds an election dinner
elight Inn on Sunday .
of which* Henry Leit-
conut Grove eatery again
the choice of the stars
the footlights, as the
se winter schedule gets
^y there .
Dd Mrs. Nate Becker, of
tables, and Mr. and Mrs.
Jmmeir, of Miami Beach,
fled it at the Nassau Beach
the Bahamas Paul's
It of Seaview Industries,
Jate vice president in
[ of production .
a 12th anniversary cele-
Oct. 10 for Mr. and Mrs.
talc, of 651 NE 177th St.,
imi Beach, with Mr. and
(at Rosenwasser hosting
It the Embers Restaurant
"net's cantor at Temple
No. Miami Beach, with
fnn in the choir They
ue son, Michael.

I Sam Belsky, president of
kach B'nai B'rith Women's
), recuperating at Mt. Si-
ipital Gale Kalish cel-
her sixteenth birthday
[luncheon for 35 friends at
Jen Roc last Sunday .
\er of Mr. and Mrs. Eman-
ilish, 4555 Nautilus ct.,
, a senior at Miami Beach
>nd president of the Jays
. Mr. and Mrs. Mendel
erg moved to their new
It 930 SW 24th ct .

Reyna and Alexander
irman entert; ned three
students from La Par
a tour of the U. S. by our
department Two arch-
ind an engineer, the stu-
rere guests for dinner .. .
|Mally, Reyna just sent off
[of her paintings to the
Museum of Art at their
P> and is busy completing
Hew work to be shown in
coming exhibitions this fall...
Friends are wishing a speedy
recovery to Bonny Benstock
following her recent accident
. Mother, Mrs. Herman Ben-
stock, is president of the Tem-
ple B'nai Sholom Sisterhood ...
Oct. 25 will mark the 28th
wedding anniversary of Irv and
Lil Blasberg, 5915 LaGorce dr.
.. They will leave on that date
for Montreal, where Irv, who
heads Riverside Memorial Cha-
pels, will attend a funeral direc-
tors' convention through the
30th, after which the Blasbergs
plan to spend two weeks in New
York.

Side Glance at the UM-Navy
Game: The band played "An-
chors Aweigh," and the boys
went through the kind of calis-
thenics the girls worrying about
calories might better have en-
joyed Shouting for the home
team were Dr. and Mrs. Melvin
Becker and children, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Green and son, Dr.
and Mrs. Stanley Frehlingand
. There were only 51,000 peo-
ple .. Did we miss anyone? ...
Leading the caravan were
Mrs. Gerald Soltz, Mrs. Alfred
Reich and Mrs. Jerome Robin-
son The caravan went to
West Palm Beach and Davtona
... No camels ... It was B'nai
B'rith Workshop .
Also moving into their lovely
new home in several weeks:
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Mindlin,
of Miami .
Harold Thurman and his Mel-
anie off to California with
daughter Debbie for a month's
stay prior to the General As-
sem of the Conference of Jew
ish Federations and Welfare
Funds in San Francisco on
Nov. 12. Harold's a national vice
chairman of the CJFWF Large
City Budgeting Committee .
Eddie Newman, of Newman Fu-
neral Home, off to Montreal to
attend a funeral directors' con-
ference there, and then to New
York where, among other
things, he'll visit his world-
famous photographer brother,
Arnold Newman See Arn-
old's "spread" in the October
"Holiday?"

Everybody ordered eggs ft
Wolfie's 21 on Saturday .
The Roney Plaza cabana gals,
Bee Hyman, Rita Bukstel, Mil-
dred Weiss, Sylvia Ellis, Milly
Freeman, Sadie Miller, Sylvia
Steinberg, Molly Shein, and
Daisy Lart treated Hannah
Bernstein to lunch and gave her
a beautiful gift Why? .
They used her mah jong set all
summer .
Off to New York to meet her
husband is Mrs. Jandon (Jessi-
ca) Schwarz ... A capsule va-
cation of five or six days will
bring them back to Miami-
needing a good rest .
First a stop in Cincinatti to
spend some time with their
children and then home to Mi-
ami for Sidney and Janet Ros-
enberg just back from Europe.
?
Making things bright for all
concerned is Robert Mark, who
arrived Sept. 21 at Mt. Sinai
Hospital to Gerald and Irene
" Kogan Bris was Sept. 28 at
home, 1815 SW 86th ave., with
Cantor Herman Gottlieb offici-
ating Paternal grandpar-
ents are Mr. and Mrs. Morns
Kogan Maternal grandpar-
ents are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Vulgan Excited beyond
words are great-grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Wem-
stein .
Do people go to Juniors to" eat
or see who's there? The
Al Schwartzes were there with
the Howard Kanes Also:
Ray Yunes, Chic Sweet, Otto
Fenias, and Mrs. Fred Atlas .
Dickie and Julie Fink, aged
5 and 3, were allowed to sit up
and watch television Moth-
er, Mrs. Richard (Naomi) Fink,
has had two scripts accepted by
"Leave it to Beaver."
UewvvjLslhL Floridian
Miami, Florida, Friday, October 23, 1959
Section B
Left to right are Dr. H. Franklin Williams, vice
president and director of community affairs at
the University of Miami; Mrs. Samuel Gert-
man, president of Greater Miami Section, Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women; Mrs. Robert
I. Schwartz, vice president of public affairs,
coordinator of Council's day at the university;
and Dr. James N. Goddard, executive vice
president and dean of administration. Univer-
sity of Miami. J
Council of Jewish Women Will Have
Day on Campus at University of Miami
Get your notebook, find your glass**
The U's invited ui to classes
"Council Co-tds" thsy will stamp us
As we walk the UM Campus .
Some 500 members of the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women
will sing this ditty Nov. 4, when
they choose from 19 different sub-
jects and attend classes at the
University of Miami.
The university has invited each
member to choose any classroom
most interesting to her, and the
selections include philosophy, psy-
chology, history, government, fi-
nance, English, human relations,
and orientation for foreign stu-
dents.
According to Mrs. Samuel Gert-
man. Section president, "we have
availed ourselves of the services
of the university in many areas of
Council interest, including its
Speaker's Bureau, winter season
symphony concerts, summer Pop
series, dramatic productions at
the Ring Theatre, and art exhibi-
tions at the Lowe Gallery.
"In addition," she explained,
"Council sponsors scholarship stu-
dents at the University of Miami.
So that a day at the university
seems a natural progression for
us."
All Council divisions are plan-
ning car pools for the trip to the
university. The area between Doc-
tor's Hospital and the Panhellenic
bldg. on University dr. will be re-
served for Council parking.
Council guides will be stationed
at the entrance of the Merrick
bldg., and a complete schedule of
courses offered will be available
there.
At lunch time, there will be a
reserved section for Council mem-
bers in the cafeteria, which is in
the Student Union, but if local
"color" is desired, there is the
"Slop Shop" or the vending ma-
chines.
At 1:15, there will be a program
meeting at Beaumont Hall. Dr. H.
Franklin Williams, community af-
fairs vice president of the univer-
sity, and Dr. Charles Doren Tharp,
vice president and dean of facul-
ties, will talk about "The Univer-
sity's Place in the Community."
The four students who are on
grant scholarship from NCJW will
be introduced. They are Clarence
W. Lane, jr., Sandra J. Schreidell,
both from Miami, and Sandra L.
Cohen and Arthur D. Faibisch, Mi-
ami Beach.
Council members will then visit
the Lowe Art Gallery, School of
Music, Ring Theatre, and at 3 p.m.
a Leadership Laboratory, ROTC,
at the Drill Field near the Armory.
In charge of transportation are
Bay, Mrs. E. Horland; Biscayne,
Mrs. M. Tanner; Lincoln, Mrs. O.
Green; Islands, Mrs. L. Miller; In-
dian Creek, Mrs. L. Bursten;
Shores, Mrs. J. Greenwald; Sunset,
Mrs. L. Easton; Evening, Mrs. L.
Kanner.
Mrs. Robert Schwartz, vice pres-
ident of public affairs, is chair-
man of the "Day at the Univer-
sity."
How do members feel about it?
Mrs. Louis Adler, Shores Divis-
ion: "I'm looking forward to see-
ing the campus, and I want to sit in
some of my daughter's classes."
Mrs. David Brezin, Islands Di-
vision: "It's a chance to widen
our horizons Gives one a look
at something in a stage of devel-
opment. For those who have chil-
dren approaching college, it will
give us an idea of what goes on
there."
Mrs. George Rediker, Bay Di-
vision: "How did they ever man-
age to coordinate this event? It
will be such a treat going back to
school."
MISS YOLAN SALAMON, who for the past year and a half
has been the first "friendly face" greeting El Al's passengers
arriving at New York International Airport, is shown being
greeted by Fred K. Shochet, publisher of The Jewish Floridian.
on her arrival here late Tuesday. Miss Salomon was to ap-
pear at the French-Israel Festival of Fashions Thursday at the
Fontainebleau hdtel under the sponsorship of the Greater
Miami committee for State of Israel Bonds. (See Page 2-B)
Annual Dinner Dance
Annual dinner dance of the Mi-
ami chapter of B'nai B'rith Wom-
en will take place Sunday evening
at the Saxony hotel. Mrs. Nathan
Rubin, 24 SW 24th rd., is chairman
of the event.


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October 23, 1959
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Women's ORT
Plans Bazaar
Southeastern region of Women's
American ORT is planning a ba-
zaar Nov. 28 and 29 at Hibiscus
Lodge Hall.
Entertaining feature of the ba-
zaar will be a "charming child"
contest for children ages 1 month
! to 12 years. "Skipper Chuck," pop-
1 ular TV personality, will be one
of the judges to help select, from
a photograph, the most charming
: child.
i In charge of entry information
1 is Mrs. Leo Feiss, 3891 NW 2nd
ter., Miami.
ORT is dedicated to rebuilding
, of human lives and human dignity
: through vocational education in
i more than 20 countries throughout
I the world.
THereth Israel Agenda
Sisterhood of Tifereth Israel will
hold a card party and luncheon
Monday, 1 p.m., at McArthur
Daily, 6851 NE 2nd ave. Regular
meeting of the Sisterhood will be
held Monday evening, 8:30 p.m.,
at the Tifereth Israel Center, 6500
N. Miami ave. The women's group
is planning a second card party
next week for Wednesday evening
at the Center.
thood of Temple Etnanu-El held its cm-
membership tea Wednesday at the Se-
hotel. Highlight of the event was the
fcntation of an original skit written and
pted by Trixie Levin. Left to right are Mrs.
Charles Rosenblatt, Mrs. Jack S. Popick, Mrs.
Myron J. Mitnick, Mrs. Sol Geltman, and Mrs.
M. M. Cohen. Sisterhood president is Mrs.
Milton Smith.
:utive Group
[Meet Friday
Philip Leflcowitz, president
Women's Auxiliary of Mt.
[Hospital, will meet with the
pye committee on Friday,
r.m., in the board room of
kspital.
ted to serve on the execu-
[?oard are three additional
ers, Mrs. S. H, Bruce Levine,
kirman of Snack Bar; Mrs.
Id Roth, nursing clerk and
Jte coordinator; and Mrs.
[chanfald, chairman of Gift
will automatically attend
lecuti.ve board meetings com-
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he advisory council.
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Thai will be among fashions
shown at the "Italian Holi-
day" luncheon for the bene-
fit of the Variety Children's
Hospital on-Oct. 28 at Miami
Springs Villas. Comment is
by Pat Bromberg. Co-chair-
men'of the show, whieh will
feature hats by Jordan
Marsh, are Mrs. Erwin Harris
and Mrs. E. L. Feinberg.
Southwest Sisterhood Meet
"I've Got a Secret" was to fea-
ture a meeting of the Southwest
Jewish Center Sisterhood Thurs-
day at 8:30 p.m., with Mrs. George
Senter in charge of the program.
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test Monday evening at the Henry
M. Flagler Elementary School.
Judges are Miss Jean Voltz, food
editor of the Miami Herald; Mrs.
Ruth Eaton, of the University of
Miami economics department;
and Mrs. Ben Gertilman, recent
cake contest winner.
To Mark UN Day
Tifereth Jacob Sisterhood will
meet Wednesday evening at the
Temple, 951 Flamingo Way, Hia-
leah. Mrs. Louis Wine, program
vice president, said the meeting
will observe United Nations Day.
"The Middle East" will be the
topic of discussion by Seymour
Liebman, local Zionist leader.
Women SJafe Card Party
Card party will be held by the
Sunshine chapter of B'nai B'rith
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First Federal Savings and Loan
bldg., 900 NE 125th st.
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Southwest chapter, Order of De-
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officers at a dance Saturday eve-
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1501 NW 28th st.
Mrs. Lee Solomon, 1600 SW 87th
ct., will be installed as president
by her son, Ronnie, masster coun-
cilor of the Southwest chapter.
Art Lyons, advisor, will also be
in the installing suite. Refresh-
ments will be by Mrs. Gerri Stern,
560 9W 9th ct.. chairman. Music is
by Chuck Shore and his musicians.
Memorial Tribute
At Women's Meet
Greater Miami Women's Auxil-
iary, Jewish Home for the Aged,
will meet Tuesday noon at the Al-
giers hotel.
The meeting will be the culmina-
tion of the Sidney Appel Medical
Fund book project, which pays for
special medicines for residents at
the Home.
Mrs. Sol Silverman, president,
will give the message of welcome.
Mrs. Charlotte Katz, medical fund
chairman, will give the invocation.
Reports will also be offered by
project chairmen.
Special tribute will be paid to
the recently-departed Mrs. Ida
Appel, former president of the
Women's Auxiliary and mother of
Sidney Appel. Mrs. Anna Brenner
Meyers will eulogize Mrs. Appel's
many years of service to the Jew-
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[by the State of Israel at a dinner
the Americana hotel were Jack A.
ad Samuel Oritt, general chairmen
Jeater Miami committee for Israel
photo at left are Mr. and Mrs. Can-
blague presented to him for his "out-
standing service on behalf of Israel Bonds."
In photo at right are Mrs. Oritt and son,
Michael, receiving the plaque on behalf of
Oritt, who was unable to atend the dinner
because of illness.
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ftach Miami women the fine art of leadership at the
|>n of Jewish Women's Organizations' "Tuesday
Starting Oct. 27, 10 a.m., at Beth David. Mrs. Gerald
|fleft) will conduct a class in "Principles of Effective
Bing." Mrs. Harold Solomon (center) will teach worn-
to Present Exciting Programs," and Mrs. Phillip Schiff
pll talk on "Keeping Members Interested." "Public
and Stage Presence" will be taught by Mrs. Bernard
to Service' Will Highlight Meet
|to Service" will high-
Jrst open meeting of the
of Jewish Women's Or-
on Thursday noon.
[the Algiers hotel, it was
by Mrs. Jean C. Leh
Jcnt.
rice is the key theme
fganization, we hope to
to those women who
folify this concept," she
will be presented to the
BWO's traveling troupe,
jr group of women who
at more than 60 meet-
|rganizations throughout
nty during 1859. They
original musical skits,
the role of women in
service, and told how
agencies help the total
[Greater Miami.
director is Mrs. Handy
[The second service high
luncheon meeting will
ition of certificates to
Ftes" of the FJWO lead-
ining course recently
[at Miami Beach. Sched-
ceive diplomas are the
David Berger, Eva
ties Brown, Jerome Do-
[Jackson, A. H. Milman.
piissman, Elsie Shwabe,
pth, Edythe D. Zeiman,
Ilk, Marie Rosenzweig
falenstein.
imin B. Rosenborg, ex
ecutive director of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation, will be
gBMl of honor at the big^ women's
function.
"A Woman's Life in Israel" will
be the theme of a talk by Mrs.
Meyer Eggnatz, who has just re-
turned from an inspection tour of
Israel as a member of the United
Jewish Appeal Women's Study
Mission.
Officers of the Federation of
Jewish Women's Organizations
are Mesdames Jean C. Lehman,
president; Dorothy K. Fink, Mil-
ton Sirkin, Bernard Stevens, and
Henry Wernick, vice presidents;
Irving Quartin, corresponding sec-
retary; Oscar Sindell, recording
secretary; and Anna Brenner
Meyers, parliamentarian.
Advisory council includes Mes-
dames Aaron Faar, Louis Glasser,
Irving Lehrman, and Harry Rog-
ers. Federation includes 117 wom-
en's group and councils consisting
of more than 10,000 individual
members. -
Leaders Made,
Not Born, Says
FJWO Chieftain
"Leaders are not bornthey are
made," was the keynote of a re-
cent talk given by a noted woman
civic leader.
The speaker was Mrs. Bernard
Stevens, vice president of educa-
tion of the Federation of Jewish
Women's Organizations. The scene
was the closing session of a lead-
crshio training' course sponsored
by FJWO for local women seeking
helD and guidance in developing
their personalities.
Lending proof to her theory was
the fact that, upon "graduation"
from the six-week course, most of
the students moved up into posi-
tions of responsibility in their re-
spective service organizations.
In response to numerous re-
quests from women in the Miami,
Coral Gables, and Southwest areas,
the leadership sessions will be re-
peated, it was announced this
week by Mrs. Jean C. Lehman,
FJWO president.
In addition to Mrs. Stevens, who
will speak on "Stage Presence,"
"Pointers on Speech Making," and
"Roberts' Rules of Order," there
will be instructors on "Member
Retention." "Good Programing,"
and "Effective Fund-Raising,"
Mrs. Lehman promised.
Classes will be conducted, start-
ing Tuesday, Oct. 27, from 10 a.m.
to 12 noon, at Beth David Syna-
gogue. Teachers include Mrs. Har-
old Solomon, Mrs. Phillip Schiff,
and Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz.
Known as the "Tuesday Series,"
tihe informal schoolroom sessions
will be held for the next four Tues-
days, including Nov. 3, 10, and 17.
Reception to Open
Art Gallery Here
A reception on Wednesday eve-
ning will officially open the Mar-
ble Arch Gallery of the Americana
hotci"with one of the most signifi-
cant collections of modern art to
be viewed here this year, Mrs.
Sascha Robbins, gallery director,
reported Saturday in announcing
that more than 30 of the world's
leading artists already are repre-
sented in the initial showing.
"Most significant addition to the
show received this week are the
works of some of the great modern
French artists,". Mrs. Robbins
said. Represented at the opening
of the gallery will be Grau Sala,
Philippe Noyer, Claude Venard,
Pierre-Emile Lelong, Otto Bach-
mann, Guy Colomer, and Marc
Chagall, she said.
Invitations to Wednesday night's
reception have gone to leaders of
the art and social world, Mrs. Rob-
bins reported, and the gallery will
be open to the public seven days a
week, beginning Thursday. There
is no admission charge, and all
works are for sale.
Other artists whose paintings
and sculpture will be on display
are Gyorgy Kepe.s, Aristide Mail-
lol, James Ensor, Walter Meigs,
Leonard Baskin and Pa Hunt.
Prominent in social and chari-
table activities in Greater Miami,
Mrs. Robbins and associate gal-
lery director Shirlie Granowitz,
who operated her own gallery in
New York, are arranging a series
of group shows of South American
iiid European painters and sculp-
tors interspersed with one-man
shows at regular intervals during
'.he forthcoming season.
The Marble Arch Gallery is lo-
cated immediately adjacent to the
main lobby of the Americana, and
3riginal!y was conceived as a pri-
vate gallery for the Tisch art col-
lection.
MRS. SASCHA ROBBINS
Temple Orientation Course
Temple Ncr Tamid held an ori-
entation course Sunday night at
the home of Mrs. Joseph Sherbill,
1761 Cleveland rd., for the parents
of all Bar and Bas Mitzvah chil-
dren. The course is conducted by
Rabbi Euscne Labovitz.
Pioneer Women
Schedule Events
Mrs. Paul Berlin, president of
Coral Gables chapter of Pioneer
Women, announces a membership
luncheon Thursday noon, Oct. 29.
at Toby's Cafeteria.
Mrs. Sarah Black and Mrs. Harry
Sklar are co-chairmen of member-
ship and in charge of arrange-
ments.

Mrs. Shirley Queen, president of
Golda Meir Club, reports that an
early season card party will take
place Tuesday, 8 p.m., at Beth El
Auditorium.
Mrs. Marion Meyer, Child Res-
cue chairman, has earmarked the
proceeds for the Child Rescue
Fund.
Mrs. Israel Gerstein, hospitality
chairman, and her committee,
Mrs. Jack Victor and Mr. Bissel
Epstein, will be hostesses for the
evening.
S ARE AT STAKE! hri-twf*
S IS CJA CASH WEEK
Surgeon-Author to Talk
Dr. Jacob Sarnoff, surgeon-
author-lecturer, will be guest
speaker at the first in a series of
monthly brunches sponsored by
the Brotherhood of Temple Beth
Sholom on Sunday, 10:30 a.m., in
the Temple Auditorium, according
to Jack Wagner, president. Dr.
Sarnoff will discuss "Better
Health, Longer Life," which is the
title of his most recent book.
Mrs. Kann
Named Chairman
Mrs. Solomon Kann has been
appointed chairman of the senior
citizens program committee of the
Miami Beach YMHA Branch. The
committee will devote itself to
plans for a long-needed expansion
program for senior citizens at this
branch of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center.
New activities, to be considered*
for more than 100 men and women
over 55 years of age, who now par-
ticipate in the program, are a cho-
ral group, crafts activities, danc-
ing instruction, English instruction
and dramatics. To staff these spe-
cial activities, a corps of volun-
teers is being recruited.
Mrs. Kann is currently corre-
sponding secretary for GMJCC,
and was formerly county chair-
man of the early childhood devel-
opment program. She is also a
member of the budget committee
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration. The Center is a benefici-
ary agency of both the United
Fund and Federation.
'Youth Night1
At Emann-EI
Teen-agers, young adults ai
young married members of t'
congregation will be given t:
privilege of carrying the Tofah
a "Youth Night" celebration ;
Simchas Torah services of Ter
pie Emanu-El on Saturday ex
ning.
Some 700 students of the Tern]
Emanu-El religious school \v
join the procession. The servit.
are scheduled to begin at 7 p.n
with Dr. Irving Lehrman offici.
ing and Cantor Israel Reich re
denng the musical portions of tl
liturgy.
Special holiday foods will 1
served to the children by the PT
immediate following. Simchas T
rah services will continue at th
congregation Sunday morning ;
9 a.m.
OPT Cookbook
On Sale Here
"ORT Cookbook of Jewish an
International Recipes" was put c
sale last January as a fund-raisin
project of the Southeastern Flo:
ida region of Women's America
ORT.
There are more than 500 n
cipes, ranging from gefilte fis
and matzo balls to Mrs. Eisenhov
er's pumpkin chiffon pie and Mi
LeRoy Collins' spoon bread.
There is a special section of r
cipes for use during Passover. O;
section explains the traditions o
served during the High Holy Da>
and a calendar of holidays.
The book is available at t
Kosher Food Fair Markets ai
also at Jordan Marsh.
PLAN WITH ME
FOR A BIGGER and BETTER HIALEAH
YOUR VOTE and SUPPORT APPRECIATED
Rubin S. Schneider
YOUR CANDIDATE FOR HIALEAH COUNCIL
IM. I'ol. Adv.
YOUR VOTE and SUPPORT APPRECIATED
"Ed" CZARNESKI
CANDIDATE FOR COMMISSIONER GROUP 3
"FOR C0UNTYWIDE TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM"
VOTE CZARNESKI Nov. 17th
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Mt. Sinai Hospital to Honor Orovitz
At Banquet of Notables Here Dec 19
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Freed, Posfroff
Eye June Rites
Mr aad Mrs. iea Merrec Freed,
of 5S45 SK CSCX m. IBlTlttt
Ml IfnMM Off TheST IMpHf.
Nun Oale i* Edward PmnA
kc of Mr and Mn Alex GoM-
s-.-3c of IBS* SBr ZtA ter.
M-ss Freed recon-ed her BSE
degree from the Urn vents of
Florida w.ifi high honors She was
reasstrer sad Henac Corporatxn
presadec'. of Delta Phi Epsakan
:i a > : "
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led a breakfast held
techy of the new
Pulpit WW
Be Consecrated
A sew rradrtaeaal pahat will be
i ana c riled daring Sheaaami At-
aereta tenxet Saturday at Beth
Jacob Congregation
The design of the puiptt- aadex
the dxrecDoa of Babbi Taker
a the Turn Synagogue, national
laaim at Newport Nan
OnssUacted ay Cat tern hai It
Fnrnasre Coaapaar here, the pal-
pa consists of the Tarah table
idraiii by a Menorah. Behaad the
table are six red velvet chairs
joraed by a askant aaed back
ground walh Mecca Dond stars m
the HV-zi
Oa the sides are miniature Arks
for two Toraht When the Torahs
are sot ia ase. their Crons are
^ displayed oa specially
la Alpha t lambda Delta.
Defta Pl aad Phi Kappa
aad was actrte a)
settings. The rabbi's polpa is also
of aiaut wood adorned by Stars
of Dav.d
Beach Lodge
mak? plans for the tribute dinner,
which will take-place at lte[*
taieehleau hotel, with an expectec
attendance of IJ or more.
Among those present and pledg-
ing tbeir sapport were W.lham At
t- Boscoe Bnmstetter. Da-
Catsman. Joe CcVn. C L
Oemer, jr.. Sen Joe Eaton. Paul
Faske. Sam A. Goldstein. Paul R
Gorcon. Isadore Hecbt. Aaron
Kaaoer. Cal Kovens. Comer J
Kim bill. Sidney Lef court Mrs
Philip Lefkowiu. Sam C Leven
ton. William B MacDonald. jr..
Jam?' N McArthur. Irving E.
MJVr. Dr Joseph H. Xarot, Julius
J. Pertmutter. Mumi Beach May-
or D Lee Powell. Jay F. W Pear
son. Dan B Buskin. Dr Lester
Rus-jb S E. Schwartz. John N-
Serbtn. Harold B Spaet. Mrs Har-
riet Taper. William A Weintraub
and Stanley C Myers.
Ororitz will be honored on be-
half of Mt Sinai as the lastitntion
for which he worked most and
which be gwded from the days
when it eras a asced hospital oa
lower Akoa rd to the old SautJ-
has hotel and which he now leads
bate its new quarters to be dedi-
cated ia early December.
Ororitx is a trustee and director
of the Citizen's Board of the Uni-
versity of Miami, and of United
Fund of Dade County. He is a di-
rector of the Crime Commission of
Greater Miami aad Dade County
Research Foundation, and a mem-
ber of the Dade County Develop-
ment Commission, and the Miami
Beach Rotary Oub. He is also a
director of Temple Israel honor-
ary president and member of the
board of gwerncis of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, member
of the board of Miami Beach Taa-
Assn. and Xauonal Con-
y
Mr. and Mrs. Samtaei Server and eon cat shown i
Share Jewish Cat*at apirwbaul leader Rabbi Maya"
owitz as they cut the tiatiuu giving access to the ptnsjd
on the Mt Sinai HcaspataTs serenfh floor, which wi hi
cated in then name. Tms *sraeia celebrated (her 4
ding anniversary last Satarday. whec Server an
a Godmother of ML Smtm Ifcanpaaal in honor of fa, i
J^iriltg in PI
<
Mr Pastroff was
mama cam laade from
? of M-aaat where he also #
i Masters defree H* LOUnCheS DnVe

erehy. as *li as Pti Monthly esenmf meetmc of Mi-
Sapna aad ,m: Beart Bnai B nth Lodge win P*V P. hoaoranes At be held Wednesday evening at the ler*oc* Christians and Jeas.
itradBatMn. he teteiied the Alpha Alper* hotel --------- ___
Lodge president Irving Schatz Noted ZlOflist Will
maa said this will be the kick off _
of the annual membership drive AdOXeSS COUIrCII
membership director .Arn-
old EU job will speak.
A movie A Tnp to Alaska."
... ,, :1 ne shewn by past president
marrtaqt Cumselor ll Tall Edwm Marger. who made the Dim
^i-. s Wrong wMh American on kj tnp there.
Baahsads* V subje. iird to Beach Lodge will
KLng M. be presented by Jerome Greene.
* arnag raaaiilrii aad col- president of the Florida State Fed-
Bndun. eratk of B'nai BV.th Lodges.
at
piUl include the
Son bora to Mr. and Mrs Mark
Reicher Oct 14.
Daughter bora to Mr and Mrs.
Morton Kaufman Oct 14.
Daughter bora to Mr. sad Mrs.
Ralph Darts Oct 14.
Soa born to Mr. and Mrs. Paal
Kclton Oct 14.
Daaghter bora to MrT sad Mrs.
Dana Specter Oct IS.
Daaghter bora to Mr. and Mrs.
Myron Rabsa Oct. It
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Arthar
Swerdloff Oct Ml
Son born to Mr. and Mrs. Irs
Berger Oct 10.
Son bora to Mr. and Mrs David
Rolle Oct. 10
iam
l Seaborn to Mr. aaJM
Upsh Oct 4
Son born to Mr nf 1
Beth GoWwich OcL t
Daaghter bora to Mr.
Donald Farber Oct 4
Freed and Mr Pa-
SchooL They>piaa te> be rrir
Daaghter born to Mr.
Howard Fisfcer Oct. t.
and Mrs.
Chain Weumaai |
dsasah will bold a
party featuring a
yarnarid by Bid
seat Store oa Maaitji
the Miarr.: Pioneer
No liver dr Me
group will model flu
iess in sportswear,
cocktail dresses. Si
fashion c> r:inator for I
| will be corr-mentator.
Library oa
- thaaataai
ssafaDoa.
uwaru Fisoer wct. w. m_______L ,,
Rabbi Mordeca i KirshMum Daughter bora to Mr. aad Mrs. **r0S tM
member of the Jewish Agency Ex- Sidney Thai Oct 7.
aeatfva and former national presi-
dent of the Mizrachi Organization
of America. J1 address a meet-
ing of the Zionist Council of South
Flccca a: the Seville hotel on
Mor.:";y. Nov. 2.
The Zionist Council of South
Florida i> composed of Hadassah.
Mizrachi. Labor Zionists and the
Ziorist OrganuabOB of America
aad
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affair Wednesday evening at the unl'le >f4r *nd wiU commem-
GoHea Gate motel Mrs. Florence ora,e ,h* 32ad anmversary of the
Eshander. state director of Worn- B*Mnw DeclaratKin
be guest speaker., R*b6i Ki"^>lam is a vice chair-
maa of the National Amervan
Zawust Council, and serves as
al leader of the Jewish Coaa-
v House of Bensanharst ia
H V He is a member
of trie World Zionist Actions Corn-
ce.
attended every interna-
tional Zionist conclave since 1337
aad has traveled ia many cow
tnes oa behalf of the Jewish Xa-
|^"^ Since the merger of
""i* ^J"N Haauzrach.
:. Rabbi Kirshbhiai has
Scd atoTSS dttirat*m "* *>
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hotel BegaUi mccbaii
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first rice presideat
anil be honored Mrs
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program chairacs
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Miami chipter of 1
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Eyebrows should be cleaned
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about the center of the eye. De-
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one or two colors to match as
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Eye shadow should be applied
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THE Miami Beach chapter of
Cerebral Palsy is sponsoring a
fashion show and bruncheon at
the Carillon hotel on Tuesday,
Oct. 27. The affair will be held
in the Club Siam, and your col-
umnist will coordinate and com-
mentate. Fashions will be by
Sylvia's Boutique, and furs will
bs shown from the Adrian- Thai
collection.
Sisterhood of Miami Hebrew Congregation honors Rabbi and
Mrs. Herschell Saville at a reception last week. Left to right
are Mrs. Abraham Topol, chairman of the reception; Rabbi
Saville and his wife, Judith; and Charles Hablow, president
of the congregation.
Middle East Institute at UM
West Miami BB Meeting
B'nai B'rith Women of West Mi-
ami will see "Fashion Portraits,"
by Kims, with commentary by
Jane Robinson, at an 8:30 p.m.
meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 3, at
Pythian Hall, 4601 W. Flagler st.
Program will also include enter-
tainment by the Fred Astaire
Dance Studio and an exhibition of
paintings by the Granville Galler-
ies. David Maddern will be at the
piano. In charge of reservations
are Mrs. M. Kaufman and Mrs. H.
Potash.
Miami-Gables Zionist Party
Miami-Gables Zionist District
was to hold a card party Tuesday,
8:15 p.m., at Zamora Jewish Cen-
ter.
Milander Seeks
Hialeah Job
With a record of 22 years of pub-
lic service, Mayor Henry A. Mi-
lander has now announced his
candidacy for reelection of Mayor
of Hialeah.
Milander came to Hialeah in
1924 from Allentown, Pa., and
opened up a small union meat mar-
ket on Palm ave. He is married to
the former Emily Webber, and the
couple have two children, Henry,
of Hialeah, and Mrs. Ruth Tabrah,
of the Hawaiian Islands.
Since his first election to public
office, the candidate's supporters
declared, Mayor Milander has seen
and contributed to the phenomenal
growth of the City of Hialeah from
a population, which was estimated
at 5,000 only 10 years ago, to a
progressive, debt-free city of some
70,000 residents today.
"When Milander took over the
leadership of Hialeah at mayor
in 1948, the city had a current
debt of $130,000 and outstanding
bond issues in the amount of
$835,000. Today the debt service
impesed on the citizens has been
completely wiped out.
"Hialeah is the only city of its
size without one cent ~ef general
bonded indebtedness. The city is
operated on a pay-as-you-go basis,
with only short-term certificates
of indebtedness to cover major
improvements."
His supporters say Milander was
instrumental in securing the co-
operation of the Race Course offi-
! cials and obtaining the head tax
from the Hialeah race course for
the City. They add that "he fought
for and won the removal of the
personal property tax, a source of
annoyance to the home owner and
a deterrent to the business expan-
sion of any community.
"This in turn enabled the city
! to attract many more large nation-
al industrial concerns, thus serv-
! ing a dual purpose in lightening
the tax load of the home owners
1 and providing employment for the
city's swelling population."
The Middle East will be diag-
nosed by international authorities
in a special institute on Middle
Eastern Affairs in November at
the University of Miami.
Sponsored jointly by the univer-
sity and the American Assn. for
Middle East Studies, the lecture-
seminars will be held for ten
nights, from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m., in
Beaumont Hall on the main cam-
pus. Dates for the meetings will
be Nov. 9 to 12, Nov. 16 to 19,
and Nov. 23 and 24.
Dr. William B. Munson. UM pro-
fessor of history, is in charge.
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Pag* 9-B
Miami Delegation Forms for Frisco Assembly Confab
not running his fast-growing mortgage
[or flying the company plane around the coun-
ar-fishing off the Keys. Jay I. Kislak is en-
i community service. He expects to be a mighty
i chairman for the Combined Jewish Appeal
ks ahead, and he posts a sign on his office
smind Miamians that saving lives is every-
piness.
A group of local welfare leaders
was Wednesday named as a dele-
gation representing the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation at the
28th General Assembly of the
Council of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds in San Francisco
on Nov. 12 to 15.
Federation president Sam J.
Heiman wll lead the delegates
from the Miami area, many of
whom will participate in import-
ant sessions and workshops deal-
ing with community organization,
budgeting, campaigning, and over-
seas needs.
Dr. Benjamin B. Rosenberg,
Federation executive director,
will be a speaker at a session -on
Federation-Synagogue relation-
ships, together, with Rabbi Marc
Tannenbaum, executive director of
the Synagogue Council of America.
Among other delegates who
Will ploy a prominent role in the
proceedings of the national meet-
ing aro Mr. and Mr*. Stanley C.
Bie
Panel
ey Herbert U. Fei-
fcnan of the commit-
bptcy of the Florida
first on a panel of
we the University of
School conducted by
[Gavel Law SocietyI
IFeibelman's subject;
[in Bankruptcy Prac-
Ralph, of the Mi-
speak at the Novem-
o "Admiralty," and
sard L. Holland will
mber.
Cash Drive Gets Under Way Monday;
life Savers' Committees Being Formed
Myers, Mr. and Mrs, Harold
Thurman, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice
Pearlstein, Frad K. Shochet, Dr.
Morris Goodman, and Lloyd L.
Ruskin.
Avraham Harman,,Isra,eL> Am-
bassador to the United States, will
be principal speaker at a special
session on overseas and Israel
needs.
The assembly will hold its ses-
sions at both the Fairmont and
Mark Hopkins hotels, and is the
first ever to be helc?*on" the West
Coast.
Mx>rc than 800 .Jewish communi-
ty leaders throughout the United
States and Canada have indicated
that they will attend the annual
conference.
Have that
Banquet, or
Special Occasion

You'll find complete
facilities to exactly satisfy
your needs in the Kismet,
Aladdin, Scheherazade and
Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a
wedding or a private party!
ler, ton of Mr. and
[ C. Fuller, 5835 No.
imi Beach, will be-
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[Temple Israel relig-
Increased cash income must be
forthcoming in the next two
months to help Israel meet her
min'mum moral obligations to
immigrants still without housing,
local Combined Jewish Appeal
leaders learned this week.
A cablegram received by Jay I.
Kislak, Cash Week chairman, from
Dov Joseph, treasurer of the Jew-
ish Agency in Israel, urged that
Miami make a superhuman effort
to obtain maximum possible cash
to allay human suffering and en-
able newcomers to provide for
their families on the threshold of
the new ye^r."
The swooping pledge redemp-
tion drive in Dado county gets
under way officially on Monday,
according to Kislak. Members
of his key organizing committee
named last week aro R. William
A pie, Howard Kane, Seymour
Rubin and Julian Weinkle.
Apte is a pioneer founder of
Federation and a member of one
of the oldest Jewish families to
settle in Florida. Kane is a mem-
ber of a prominent banking fam-
ily and a former CJA campaign
chairman and president of Feder-
ation. Rubin and Weinkle have
been active for several years in
the Business and Professions Divi-
sion of CJA.
The key group will organize
small CJA cash drive units
throughout Greater Miami, which
in turn will be responsible for an-
nouncement of Cash Week at all
na oolden
Uona
,n Miami'* only
i restaurant
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Horovitz Eyes
Mayor's Seat
Roland Horovitz has tossed his
hat into the ring as a candidate
for Mayor of the City* of Miami.
Horovitz, who resides at 4014 NW
4th rt., was born in Pittsburgh,
Pa., in 1929, and is married to the
former Judy Polans. The couple
havp three sons and one daughter.
The candidate served in the U.S.
Marine Corps, and attended the
University of Miami until recalled
to active duty in the Korean War.
Upon discharge, ho attended
tho City Collage of Los Angolas
for one year, than returned to
Miami and joined tho Police De-
partment In 1952, where ho serv-
ed for seven years.
Two years ago, Horovitz again
enrolied at the University of Mi-
ami to study for the Florida State
fire and casualty agents exami-
nation, which he passed in 1958.
He now operates Trademart In-
surance Inc., 1055 Hialeah dr. He
is a member of the American Leg-
ion. Touchdown Club of Miami,
and the Navy League. He was ac-
tive in the political campaigns of
Gov. Collins, Arthur Patten, John
McCleod, and Dante Fascell. He
has been a member of Beth Ra-
phael Congregation for the past
four years.
organizations, as well as the dis-
semination of current factual data
regarding the need for cash in
Israel.
Board members of local agen-
cies have been asked to form "Life
Savers" committees. They are to
function as steering units in the
cash drive, and will develop plans
within their own organizations-urg-
ing their membership to redeem
their CJA pledges during Cash
Week.
"We are aiming for 100 portent
paid-up pledges in our Federa-
tion family of agencies," Kislak
declared.
One of the first of Federation's
agencies to lend all-out support in
the push for cash was the Bureau
of Jewish Education, educational
arm of Federation. Under the su-
pervision of executive director
Louis Schwartzman, some 8,000
students in Greater Miami's relig-
ious schools this week, received
novel tag-reminders depicting an
Israeli youngster standing in front
of his ramshackle home. The in-
scription reads: "Dear Mom and
Pop Let's help him. Let's pay
our pledge during the Cash Drive."
Checks in payment of 1959 CJA
pledges are being received at 424
Lincoln In., Miami Beach.


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Pearly Gait
by Hal Pearl
NAMES MAKE NEWS
intriguing trio of personalities huddling II
' hotel t>
ulation can be made irom the formers nweting wilh G^""; ,
Classman holds a big mortgage on the Eden Hoc. and hi> MTWU
included among the group angling tor the sale of the hotel I couple 01
weeks ago. Someone, or something, has to give any clay now.
Attorney Shirley Woolf in New York for client Martha Ray.'* ap-
pearance tonight on the Big Party TV spectacular, aired locally over
ch. 4 at 9:30. Creer Garson is the show's hostess.
Al Ebner. of Etna Employment, and Art Shindler. of New York >
I.uau. making the rounds of local night spots with show beauties Jenni-
fer Roan and Barbara Yukovich. ..... ,,._.
Ed Ehindler. Arts brother, and operator of the Anchor hotel here,
entertaining their parents down from Loch Sheldrake. NY., where the>
operate Shindler'- Lodge.
Wonder if there's a more frustrated football coach around than
able Milt Femstein. of Miami Beach High? With his Typhoon eleven
-till seeking the first win of the season. Feihstein knows the team it
N ler than the record indicates.
However, lack of reserve strength has been the deciding factor in
keeping the Beach footballers from tasting uctory. especially in their
last two outings. In the 0ttt half of both games, it looked like they
were potential winners, but suffered second half collapses because their
opponents' fresh reserves sapped their limited strength
Current issue of Sports Illustrated carries a photo of Ernest
Hemingway in a box at a French race track. Sitting alongside the
eminent author, and seemingly unconcerned by the camera's activity
is none other than the ubiquitous Miami Beach showman, Lou Wal-
ters. But there is no mention of the well-known night club figure in
the photo caption.
It appear- that young and husky Larry Sherry, the Los Angeles
Dodgers rookie p.tching star of the World Series, il ready to join the
it k- of baseball- all time great Jewish players. Last one to appear
on the major league scene was Al Rosen, of Miami Beach.
\- busj U he is with hi- rapidly expanding tyidc Federal, prexy
,:oe Lipton -eem- to find a few minutes at day's end to polish up his
g on Bayshore- practice green.
One of Miami Beach- most popular party hosts its dapper bachelor
k Spencer, whose mite at the Carlton Terrace was the scene of an-
Dther gaj gathering the other eve. attended by the Kenneth Okas.
Harold Spaets, Sidney Wein-traubs, and the Max Orovilzes, to name
.i lew
lit Sinai Hospital architect and Mrs. Irving Korach on a si\ week-
tour of South America II. also the architect for the new Cedars of
Lebanon Hospital, now getting under way in Miami.
The HarTJ A. Rosenblatts, of Miami Beach, being congratulated on
:he arrival of a granddaughter. Robin Joy. Her parents are Mr. and
lira lack Needle, of Baltimore. The mother is the former Ann Janet
I nblatt. of the Beach
*
BOTH SIDES OF THE BAY: "Come Back Little Sheba" completes
;i successful engagement at the Studio M Playhouse on Saturday. Pro-
i nor Ruth Foreman's next footlight effort there will be "Philadelphia
Story," which opens there on Nov. 17.
The Beef n Bird restaurant on Dade blvd., east of Alton rd., is
about to be changed over to a bowling emporium, with approximately
32 alleys. A second story will be added to accommodate all that bowl-
ing space
The Everglades now boasts an interesting entertainment innova-
tion in its brand new roof garden supper club. Diners, while enjoying
rmet specialties, can watch a delightful underwater ballet. The
managment announces an early family show, starting at 7. so that
youngtfori can accompany their parents in enjoying the aquatic show
* *
OFF THE RECORD: Government agents are investigating the staff
and operators of an oceanfront hotel. Watch for an explosion of head-
lines any day now.
It appears that the cafeteria "crate" on the Beach is long-gone.
There are four self-service restaurants out of business for quite some
time, and no takers in sight for any. One of them below Lincoln
rd. will be turned into a supermarket any day now.
With Adam Long Gimbel. president of the Saks Fifth Avenue chain
coming to town to stump for it. it appears that the Lincoln rd. ritopp
mall is on the way to reality. It certainly will add to the tourist appeal
of Miami Beach.
* *
SHOW BIZ: With so many returning again and again to see "Ha
vana Mardi Gras." the hit revue at the Lucerne, the management is
making sure that there's always something fresh and different among
the show's attractions.
This week, for instance, the new dance team of Pupi and Francella
bow in "Havana Mardi Gras."
Starting next Tuesday. Mexico's new comedy sensations. Pancho
and Villa, described as a south-of-thc-border Martin and Lew.s team
make their United States bow in the Lucerne Latin extravaganza. Betty
Iieilly. the versatile and exciting headlines remains in the revue
through Nov. 1.
* *
DINING DELIGHTS: The extra thick prime ribs of beef at King
Arthur's Court of Miami Springs Villas ... The charcoal broiled -m
culent steaks at the Bonfire Pressed duck, Cantonese style at Fu '
Manchu The varied menu at Candlelight Inn Full course din;
ners at the Royal Hungarian Luncheon specialities at Rosedale !
* *
THIS. AND THAT: With Otto Preminger.producing the movie ver-
sion of Leon Uris' extraordinary bestseller, 'Exodus," the thousands
who enjoyed the powerful -novel of Israel have something to look for-'
ward to.
Preminger was responsible for the movie of another bestseller,
"Anatomy of a Murder," which revealed his accuracy and respect
for the book in sticking close to the story line throughout the film.
Producer Jerry Wald has struck box office gold again with his
latest movie, "Best of Everything," holding over at the Carib, Miracle
and Miami.
Friday,
Fabien Sevitzky Opens Concert
Firkusny in Brahms D-Minor
KUDOlf flKKUSNt
Sevitzky to Hold Auditions
I'niversity of Miaryi Symphony
conductor Fabien Sevitzky is seek- I
ing three female singers for his
Wagner program scheduled for i
early December. Dr. Sevitzky \vi;i
hold auditions for sopranos, mez-1
zos. and contraltos at the univer-,
sity- Beaumont Hall on Saturday,
Oct. 31. from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Greater Miami this month en
ters a new era in the symphonic
field with the engagement of dy-
namic Fabien Sevitzky, interna-
tionally -known music director and
conductor, to lead the University
of Miami Symphony Orchestra in
fie most exciting winter series of
the orchestra's 33 year history.
Sevitzky will open the winter sea
on Sunday and Monday evenings
in the first of nine pair of concerts
at Miami Beach and Dade County
Auditoriums.
The opening concert will fea-
ture the distinguished pianist,
Rudolf Firkusny. The program
includes Sevitiky's own arrange-
ment of Frits Kreisler's "Prae-
ludium n& Allegro," the
Brahms Concerto No. 1 in D Mi-
nor for Piano and Orchestra,
and Tchaikovsky's Symphony
No. 6 ("Pathetique"). The con-
cert is dedicated to the 14th an-
niversary of the United Nations.
Firkusny, who will be making
his third appearance with the Uni-
versity Symphony, is a native of
Czechoslovakia. He made his de-
Tangled web ol the lives ol the people in "The Bent of Every-
thing" is shown in this composite ol scenes from the film. Left
to right are Hope Lange and Stephen Boyd, Suzy Parker and
Louis Jourdan, Robert Evans and Diane Baker, loan Crawford
as Amanda Farrow, and Brian Aherne and Martha Hyer.
Filmed in the actual locales around New York City, this story
of young career women in New York is now showing at the
Canb. Miami and Miracle Theatres.
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to holiday, t^
Pianist" this year
and Asia to hu j
Cuesf Spealter j
At a luncheon i
Beach Lodge ft
Tuesday at the L
speaker will be |
iels. of Hollrw
will discuss "Pa
lions of B'nai
England and!
Days." Chairman i
ler.
Rummage a
Coral Gables l
of Hope was to
Thursday, 11 a*,
st.. with a box of i
mission. The chi
ecutivc board
evening at 13151
Gables.
Council MeefMfl
Miami Beach
B'rith Women til
Monday evening at
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Bmpaign chairmen for the Cedars
Hospital building fund. Left to
Jrvid Stuzia, Harold A. Landfield,
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Cedars Hospital
Lists Campaign
Leadership Here
Abe Aronovitz and Sam Luby
will serve as general chairmen,
'and Harold A. Landfield, Col. N. B.
Rood David Stuzin and Harold
Thurman will serve as campaign
co-chairmen of the Cedars of Leb-
anon $2,450,000 building fund cam-
paign.
The campaign will be launched
on Nov. 14. Announcement of the
campaisn leadership was made by
Dr. Morton M. Halpcrn. president,
at a fund campaign meeting here.
LEGAL NOTICE
Col. N. B. Rood, Sam Luby and Abe Aronovitz.
Not shown is Harold Thurman.
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ISTfllf CKOMEK
of Miami
Passes
C. Cromer, of 605
Miami Beach, died
17. She was 77.
widow of a pioneer
ant, Daniel Cromer,
nders of the Cromer-
nent Store, formerly
ave. and NE 1st
her* 4t
New York. She
of temple Israel
lemi, and en* or
of Beth David Con-
fer in yean, (ha was
with the Unlver-
Symphony Orches-
a charter mambar
Symphony Orches-
iinnt Zucca Club.
pare two daughters,
Vigdcrson, Miami
fMrs. Florence Wolf,
son, Maurice, Mi-
others. Irvin M. and
61, Miami; and 10
ere Monday at Tem-
|th burial in Mt. Nebo
ier the direction of
il Home.
ETE FREEDOM
CHOICE
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i be America's rant
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Mrs. Rokeach
Dead at 72
BRIDGEPORT, Conn. Mrs.
Esther .Rokeach died here Friday,
Oct. 16, at the age of 72. She lived
here with a daughter, Mrs. Han-
nah Bakunin.
In addition to her daughter, Mrs.
Rokeach is survived by two sons,
William and Leo; a sister, Mrs.
Ida Keilson, Miami Beach; and
brother, William Rothschild. She
also leaves nine grandchildren.
Services were Monday at Riv-
erside Memorial Chapel in New
York City.
BENJAMIN PEARL
57. owner of the Caravan motel, 19101
Collins ave., died Oct. 16. He came
from Drookline. Man., seven years
ago. Surviving are his wife. Rose:
two sons, C-irl and Frederick; a sis-
ter, Mrs. Rose Levlnson: and two
brothers. Services and burial were In
Ilrookllne, with local arrangements
by Hellman Funeral Chapel.
Panel on Religion Slated
"Should the Bible be Read in
the Public Schools?" is the sub-
ject of a forum to be aired over
station WMIE Sunday night at
11:30 p.m. Panel will include Rev.
A. C. Janney, pastor of the New
Testament Baptist Church, and
John Fleming, lay leader, Silver
Palms Methodist Church, Home-
stead, speaking for the affirmative.
Speaking for the negative will be
Rev. Robert W. Sonen, pastor of
the First Unitarian Church, and
Howard Dixon, chairman of the
Legal Panel of the Florida Civil
Liberties Union.
WILLIAM SCHNEIDERMAN
64. of 3230 SW 20th St., died Oct. IS
In Philadelphia. Pa., of a heart at-
tack. He came here 55 years ago
from St. Louis, and was a member of
the Masons, Mahl Shrine and Amer-
ican Legion. He was a World War I
veteran. He was an all-around ath-
lete at Miami High School, and later
lolned the Knaves, a "marching unit.
He- Is survived by his wife. Minnie:
brother, Jake; a sister, Ida: two
daughters, Mrs. Qlorla Krvlns and
Mrs. Marvin Boss; and two grand-
children. Services were Oct. 16 at
Gordon Funeral Home.
DAVID COHEN
54. of 337 20th St.. died Oct. 15. He
came here six years ago from New
York, and wao the owner of a tobacco
store. Surviving are his wife. Polly,
brother, and slsfrr. Services were Oct.
Oct. 18 at Riverside Memorial Chapel,
Alton rd.
MARVIN C. FREEDMAN
62, of 1560 West ave.. died Oct. 13. He
came here 30 years ago from Cleve-
land, O., and was a retired hotel
mannger. Surviving are his wife,
Bernloe; son. Robert; two daughters.
Mrs. Ileen Alexander and Mrs. Mar-
lorle Sharloe: and eight grandchil-
dren. Services were Oct. 16 at River-
side Memorial Chapel, Alton rd.
MRS. OLOA E. ROTH
of 6465 Pine Tree dr.. died Oct. 13
She came here nine years ago from
New Yuek. Surviving are a daugh-
t.r. Mrs Vivian Rubin: sister. Mrs.
William Odg: and two grandchildren.
Services were Oct. 14 at Riverside
Memor'nl Chapel. Alton rd., with
burial In New V:k.
Norman Files
For Commissioner
Richard E. Norman is a candi-
date for Miami City Commission.
The 44-year-old candidate was
discharged in 1946 after four years
with the Maritime Service during
World War II.
Hit supporters say ha has de-
veloped an original $700 invest-
ment hero Into various Interests
including Bonded Garage, Bond-
ad Sarvlca Station, Riverview
apts. and others.
Norman has two children, Rich-
ard Jr.. 11. and Edith Helen, 13.
He and his wife, Mary, live at 229
SW 23rd rd.
"I am against inequalities in our
tax structure," Norman declared
in filing his candidacy. "I am also
opposed to the new courthouse be-
ing erected with stores and offices
for rent." ,
Norman also lists in his platform
economy in government and sup-
port of county-wide traffic engi-
neering "at the proper time."
Singles Limited Party
Singles Limited, an organization
for single people from 25 to 45. will
bold a Hallowe'en party Sunday,
8:30 pm. at the Alcazar hotel.
Pupils to be Consecrated
First grade pupils in both the
Hebrew and Sunday schools of the
Miami Hebrew Congregation will
be formally inducted to their
studies at a consecration ceremony
to be held in conjunction with the
Slmchas Torah celebration on Sat-
urday at 6 p.m., it was announced
by Rabbi Herschell Saville, spirit-
ual leader of the congregation.
Miniature Torahs will be dis-
tributed to each of the new pupils
who enrolled this term. Board of
education, under the chairmanship
of Mrs. Robert Schweitzer, has pre-
pared refreshments appropriate
for the occasion.
In accepting the general chair-
manship, Aronovitz and Luby
declared that "Miami has ntvr
known en emergency more acute
than the present need for hos-
pital beds. The erection of this
new community hospital, a vol-
untary non-profit facility that
will serve the entire Miami com-
munity, must be a unanimous
and overriding concern for each
of us."
Landfield revealed that a com-
mittee of 1,200 workers has already
been recruited to assist in the
drive. "This should give some in-
dication," toe declared, "of the
broad community support which
we know will be forthcoming in
this effort." Campaign vice chair-
men are Sidney Ansin, J. I. Kislak,
Sam Mufson, E. Albert Pallot,
Harry Markowitz and Bernard
Stevens.
Construction of the $4,200,000 fa-
cility is expected to begin early
next month. The $2,450,000 which
is required will supplement $1,-
750,000 already in hand from bond
sale and mortgage funds which
were obtained to carry through the
early stages of the project, and to
permit the start of building which
is now expected to begin within 40
days.
The new structure will be part
of the Metropolitan Medical Cen-
ter. It will rise on a six-acre plot
at NW 12th ave. and 14th st.
Membership Buffet Luncheon
Anne Frank chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women will hold a member-
ship buffet luncheon and card
party Tuesday, 1 p.m., at the home
of Mrs. Harry Cohen, 5133 Dona-
tello, Coral Gables.
LEGAL NOTICE
CIRCUIT COURT, 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, DAOE COUNTY, I
FLORIDA
No. 59C 9908
ANNE MAS 1.10.Ml UK.
1'lalntlff,
vs.
ALBERT (1. LEMIRE. ORANGE
REALTY. Inc., a New Hampshire
corporation, and JOHN T. RO.ND,
Defendants.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOL\ ALBERT Q, I.KM IRE. Turn-
pike Road, Auburn. New Hampshire.
are notified to serve a copy of your
Answer to the Complaint for Alimony
Unconnected with Divorce on plain-
tiffs attorney. HARRY HOCSKN,
306 Blscayne Building. Miami. Flor-
ida, and file the original with the
Clerk of the above styled Court, on
or before the 23rd day of November.
A.D., 1959.
DATED: October 19, 1959.
E. B. LBATHERMA.N. Clerk
(seal) By! K. M. I.Y.MAN.
Deputv Clerk
10/33-30, 11/1-13
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR-
IDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
IN CHANCERY
No. 59C 997S
IRMA EAI.K,
Plaintiff,
vs.
THOMAS FALK,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: THOMAS FAI.K.
12 Plnecone Lane
Westhury. New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to
serve a copy of your answer to the
Hill of Complaint for Divorce filed
against you, on Plaintiff's attorneys,
IIKK.SS TEIN A: MILLER. Congress
Building. Miami 32. Florida, and to
file the original thereof with the
Clerk of the above Court, on or be-
fore the -'3rd day of November. 19.".1',
othel v\ Ise ; mfessw "ill
i.....ntered aealnst you.
Dated at Miami. Made County. Flor-
ida, this 19th day of October, 1959.
tTHERMAN, Clerk
of the Circuit Court.
i.h,-:,I) B] : JOAN SNEEDEN,
Deputy
1-30,11/6-13
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deeirina to engage In
bualneaa under the fictitious name of
SOUND SALES at is rfjfja 7ia St.,
Intends to registet amid name with
the Clerk of the circuit Court at Dade
. Florida.
SAMUEI U>TH
10/23-30, ll/K-13
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
bualneaa under the fictitious names of
(JOL1 EN GLADES TV SERVICE and
OOIDEN ULADE8 TELEVISION
i \.K 167th Street,
North Miami Beach, Florida Intends
to regiM- i sal I niiiii's'viiii t Clerk
pf the Circuit Court of Dade County,
i .. -i ida.
MONROE REESE
KoVNER & MANNHEIMER
Attorney! for Mom.., Reese
19/23-30, 11 'fi-13
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the tindersighed, desiring to encase I"
IS under the fictitious name of
ROSE V'.' MIVMI at 272 \V. Fiagler
St., Miami, Fla., intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
ROSE OEFFNBR
Sole Owner
HERMAN T. ISIS
Attorney fot Applicant
145 Alinerla, Coral Gables
10/23-30, 11/8-13
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SHARIS JEWEL SHOP at 42 North
Miami Avenue Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
SYLVIA RAPAPORT.
Sole Owner
10/23-30, ll/S-13
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
THORSBN S COIN & SERVICE
LAUNDROMAT
at number 1529 S.W. 8th Street in
the City of Miami, Florida. Intends
to register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this llth
day of October. 1959.
ERIC THORS'KN
ARLINE THORSEN
Sole Owners
M. JAY BERLINER,
1404 Blscayne Building.
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Applicant
10/23-30. U/S-13
Second Annual Fashion Show
Greater Miami chapter of the
National Kidney Disease Founda-
tion will bold its second annual
fashion show and luncheon Tues-
day noon at the Miami Springs
Villas. Proceeds will be used for
the cortisone bank at Variety Chil-
dren's Hospital, which is main-
tained by the chapter. Mrs. Tracy
C. Hare will coordinate the show.
Chairmen are Mrs. Stanley Adler
and Mrs. Herbert Laibow.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 47797-C
IN RE: Estate of
LENA ARNOLD
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 cl ilms and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of LENA ARNOLD de-
ceased late of Da le County, II .i i la,
to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same In their offices
In the County Got rthouee in Dade
County, Florida, within eight caJciidnr
months from the date of the first
pubicatlon hereof, or the same will
be barred.
SAM ARNOLD
GOLDMAN & GOLDSTEIN
By Samuel Goldstein, Attorney
2303 W. Fiagler Street
*""" "" ,0/23-30, 1./6-13
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 47T3S-C
IN RE: Estate of
ISAAC HOFFMAN
l>ec eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against 8aid
Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of ISAAC HOFFMAN deceased
late of Dade County. Florida, to the
lion George T. Clark. County Judge
of Dade County, and file the same in
bis office in the County Courthouse
in Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first uubllrarton hereof. Said claims
or demands to contain the legal ad-
dress of the claimant and to be (Worn
to and presented as aforesaid, or
same will be barred. See Section 120
of the 1933 Probate Act.
Date October 20. AD
MILTON R MANNHEIME1
i- of the l aat will and
of Isaac Hoffmnn, Deceased.
Kl! A MANNHEIM
Attorn, j foi Ex. i utor
'.-30. 11/6-13
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 47515-C
IN RE: Estate of
VICTOR GILBERT
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
l-:>lnte
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of VICTOR OH BERT de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida.
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same In their offlcee 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. maun Q ,,RRT.
Executrix
HARRY ZIKERNICK. Attorney
420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach
10/23-30. 11/l-lS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 47646-C
IN RF: Estate of
CELIA SOHENKFJR
1 le.-e ISCI
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Bete* ...
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have again-t
the estate of CELIA 8CHENKER,
. d late of I>ade County. Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Pole
Countv, and file the same in their
offices In the County Courthouse in
Oa.le County. Florida, within eleht
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof, er the same
will be barred.
ADOI.PH SCHF.NKER. Mxecutor
of the Estate Celia Schenker.
Deceased,
MYERS. IIEIMAN KAPLAN
Attorneys
Eleven Fifty Building
1150 S.W. 1st Street
Miami. Florida
10/23-30, U/S-13
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 47698-C
IN RE: Estate or
I.OCISE SCHUMANN
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate!
You are hereby notified and re-
oulred to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of LOUISE SCHUMANN
deceased late of Dade County. Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
Countv, and file the same in their
offices' In the County Courthouse In
Dade Countv, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof, or the same
will be barred.
ROSE L TUCKER. Executrix
ilac Sen mann,
deoe
First publication of this notice on
\v. KENT JAMESON
Mtori
17..4 N.VY. Mth Street
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