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# Jewish Flor idian Combining THf JEWISH UHttf and THE JEWISH WEEKLY lumber 47 Miami, Florida, Friday, November 20, 1858 Two Sections — Price 20 OUTGOING STATE DEPARTMENT OFFiaAl ROBERT MURPHY THIS STORY IN EXCLUSIVE REPORT of North Africa Fared Well Under Vichy Government m FRIEDMAN Washington Jewry did not kinder Vichy France |frding to the Amerwho handled that nse of World War Murphy, Underate for Political ires next month to become president of Coming Glass Works International. Mr. Murphy was assigned in Paris when France fell and later served as Ambassador to Vichy. In 1942 he became President Roosevelt's personal representative in North Africa and U.S. political advisor on the staff of the supreme allied commander in the Mediterranean. Granting a private interview to this reporter, Mr. Murphy reminisced about his career and Jewish problems. It was clear that HM genial, 65-year-old diplomat recognized the horror of Nazism. From the ventage point of the U.S. Consulate in Munich, ho observed Hitler's abortive intriques and Beer Hall putsch. In 1924, Mr. Murphy wrote an evaluation of Hitler for the State Department. He admitted underestimating tho Nazis' future rise. By the 1930's Mr. Murphy found himself advising German Jaws to leave the country. Their reply, even after 1938's "Crystal Night": "It can't happen here." In 1940, as Nazi columns entered the suburbs of Paris, Mr. Murphy responded to the plight of the Chief Rabbi of Paris. He provided the rabbi with the last available Embassy car. But it was too late. Mr. Murphy had earlier urged the rabbi to leave but to no avail. Arriving in North Africa, Mr. Murphy found Jews the victims of discrimination. But their situation was not nearly as bad as Continued on Page 16-A mps Threaten War ^Answer to Peace Offered by Israelis IATTONS—(JTA)—The United Nations was once again •um for an offer by Israel to discuss peace terms with without conditions and another bellicose Arab response enewed warfare against Israel, was a debate on* Special Committee of Secretary GenIrrtmarskjold recomiration of the refuthost countries with of a substantial fund to be prov idauspices. spokesman, Ahmad Saudi Arabian Minfor the UN, seized ffor another violent ion Israel. Michael |ty chairman of Ison Page 5-A CJFWF Creates Cultural Group Igee problem before Ntion's General AsPolitical Commitcipal problem is the mandate of the Relief and Works is caring for the I, and which is due' M4M wms AWABD PACE l-A June. Mapai Plans Referendum On Voting System Change SAN FRANCISCO-


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PCKjt* 2-A +Jet&ncr*Ma*i Russia Wants Peace, Editor Asserts Continued from Page 1-A editor roooitsd that "both sides have 20-megaton Nbombs stockpiled by tho thousands, oach infinitely moro powerful than th* bomb that dostroyad Hiroshima." Cousins drew attention to the rising rat* of Strontium • today, charging that "no nation has the moral right to contaminate the air of others." In this regard, he lashed out at "preparation for war. if not for war itself The idea that modern man can take refuge in a bomb B'nai B'rith, AJCong., Rap Ehrmann on Nikita Talk Continued from Page 1-A Kirushchev. an AJC member would have been a member of tbe delegation; that AJC observers had approved the statement released by the ad hoc committee after the Khrushchev visit "alhough their organization declined .o become a party to it when it was finally released Dr Joachim Prinr. president of the American Jewish Congress, denounced the statement by R mann as a "self seizing, intemperate attack." He said the Amercan Jew:>h iVmm.ttee deplored effortlo >:ablish a united representation, championing, instead, •private intervention made bj members of the American Jewish Committee and their friends." It was. he said, difficult to under stand "why efforts of 21 organiza tions are called unwise while sun ilar attempts by the American Jewish Committee are described as prudent." Label Kau. president of B'nai B'rith. which was singled out. by implication, in the American Jewish Committee attack, commented that "it is a sad commentary when noble purposes are distorted and sincere motivations are question %  d He p ratted the American Jewish community for "the mean ingful demonstration of unity shown by the ad hoc committee." DAIIY PICK-UPS TO NEW YORK M. LIEBERMAN & SONS LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE MOVING TO AND FROM ww jtwrr e raaABamu e ruuriMotf IIANT e WASWMCTOH %  tOSTO* MOVWCI -4 oil *W p^n WMUf c^fc. fire Proof Coastncfd Storagt Worehotiit 655 Collins Ave., Miami Beoch Did Jl S-t353 shelter rather than in civilized ideas is the most ohscgao thought of our age." he said. Pointing to what he called "Khrushchev's open declaration before the I'nited Nations that Russia is willing to accept disarmament and to guarantee open inspection." Cousins charged Out •the I'nited States merely replies b> resorting to propaganda. There are great pressures on President K:*cnhowe-r to resume H-bomb testing But what will this get us?" Praising the "State of tbe Union" address of Dr. Maurice Kisendrath. president of the Union of American Hebrew Congregation-. Cousins called for an assertive movement on the part of America's clergymen to deter niture war by frustrating the preparations for war. In the same session. Rabbi Louis LAST comwou IN THIS WEEK'S ISSUE This week's COINWORD % %  20 brings to a close the weekly series which, for the Last five month*, has offered a regularly-mounting jackpot prize. Correct solution to this week's puzzle will give the winner $290. There was no correct solution to last week's hraintwuter Deadline for COINWORD Na 20 is Sunday midnight. Nov. 22. Mail your entry to The Jewish Floridian. P.O. Box 2973. Miami 1. Fla. In tbe event the jackpot ia; unclaimed at the end of the taraM, The Jewish Floridian will turn over the $390 as a contribution to the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Remember, you still can win or share in winning the jackpot prize. Binstock. spiritual leader of Tempi* Slalom. Chfcafo. Ill. discussed "Helitrton In Our Chanjrmg s ciety." Equating Reform Judaism with the Pharisees. Rabbi Binstock said that "the Reform movement •lands for enlightenment in a nod era age." ., „.,„ ttt9 Calling trpon the exercise of rea son rather than emotion. Rabbi Binstock said that Reform Juda ism is guided by the same beliefs that "motivated the founding fathers of this nation." Gov. Clement Due For Sinai Sunday "Double or nothing" is the slo gan of Go*. Frank C. Clement of Tenajeseee. who will arrive in Mi ami Sunday to appear at a preview dinner at Mt Sinai Hospital un der the %  — pi ma of the Metropoli tan Campaign rnmmtlbaa. beaded by Aaron Kanoer. with Maurev Ashmann serving as chairman of the dinner. Indications are the* the roster of PsMwdlia, donors of TCI.Ill or more, of Mt. Sinai, will bo enriched the* night, adding more impulse to the acne-wide camGov. Clement will again appear on behalf of the hospital the next evening at a dinner sponsored by the Community of Bay Harbor Islands, to take place at the Amen cana hotel. Tom Kravitz is chair man of the affair, with Mayor Shepard Broad as honorary' chair man. PEST PROBLEMS? 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^Jewlsti fhridHan Page 3-A ;t District Installs Officers; for New Term as President onist District it a buffet din"esday evening er Alew S. Jling officer, Weintraub, Mr. Irving Pieitra will enterir twin i Boech Otsip. Other trmtn, Saul Trushin, Da•aul Kwitney, cob Fithman hs Hear 1st Talk dp Between Kchiatry" was ftddress by Mi)r. A. Lester nbrrs of Rho nal pharmacy to members Alumni chap[Auxiliary at a I at the Saxony Bnal director of introduced the eeting was the trt Alexander to Walter Mollo itor of the fralon and Ronald ilectcd to fill a fder scribe. Daad Walter WaxTon the nautical selected the [orary officers: Waxman, presisin, vice presilisarow, treasurrecording secrej, corresponding is, publicity. Yet SAFER CIH lTfce> f ffW** itriarina* 8. A. UtKHlman. Harry Gordon, Rabbi Alexander Orosa, Haul Kenholx, Dr. Zfv W. Koejin, Sum l.Hrhmnn. flam landau, Edward UiMmnii, Harry Milton leaser. Al l-i-fkowlt*, I*. Irving I., hrman. John I,, belbowlta, Kolmim Lurla, Harry Israel Mugld, Aaron Newman. Al OHheroff, .lose;.h Pnrdo', Alie Pearlmutter, Mr. anil Mm, Harry Platoff, DHVIII ProVOS, Loula Rublnowlti, Rabbi Joseph K. Rnrlinvsky, Kidney lliiymond, Samuol Ki-inhnnl. Joahua O. Itephun, Leo Jtoblnsou, Julius Rnscnateln. Burnett Roth, Raymond Rubin, Mrs. t'anny Ruddy, Ja00b Si'hii.l er. Abraham Schafer. Irvine; Rr-hatzman. Israel Kc-henkman, ilnrolil .1. Haanli Harold Shapiro, Leu Shuplro, Kilns Klegt-lmnn, William .s'llversteln, Harold Spet, Joseph Spar, Dr. William II Stareler, joilus Trushin. Dr. Abraham Wolfson, Ben Zlegrmjnd. %  Aufbau' Marks 25th Anniversary NEW YORK—(JTA)—"The reconstruction of German and Jewish relations is one of the most important moral objectives of the policy of my government as well as of the German people," Chancellor Konrad Adenauer of West Germany assured this week in a message to the Aufbau, Germanlanguage weekly organized in New York by Jewish refugees from Germany 25 years ago. The Chancellor addressed his message in connection with the 25th anniversary of the publication which was celebrated here at the Hunter College Assembly HalL President Eisenhower, in a message to the gathering, lauded the Aufbau for its services to refugees from Naxi Germany and for helping to prepare many of them "for the responsibilities of citizenship in a free land." New York Attorney General Louis J. LefkowiU, addressing the 3,000 former refugees who attended the gathering, urged revision of immigration laws to allow 20,000 more refugees to enter the United States each year. The meeting was also addressed by Israel Ambassador Avraham Harman and German Ambassador Wilhelm Grewe, Austrian Consul General Dr. Karl Wolf, and West German Consul General Dr. George Federer. Dr. Ludwig Lowenstein, president of the New World Club, pubJewish National Fund Dinner Greater Miami Jewish National Fund Council was to hoi* its annual dinner Thursday evening at the FontaineMeau hotel. Guest speakers were to include Gen. S. L. A. Marshall, distingu/^hed military authority and newspaperman, and Mendel N. Fisher, national executive director of the Jewish National Fund. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Oritt are chairman of the> annual event, which Thursday evening was also to feature the following spiritual leaders of Greater Miami: ALBERT OSSIf Back from Insurance Seminar Harold F. Essig, of North Miami Beach, has returned from attending a seminar on advanced life insurance subjects held in the home office of the Home Life Insurance Company, New York. Essig is a field underwriter in Home Life's Miami agency at 1150 SW 1st st William Rafkind, CLU, is manager. Usher of Aufbau, Manfred George, editor, and Dr. Alfred Prager, board chairman, spoke of the newspaper's efforts to help refugees rebuild their lives in the United States and now, through them, to serve as a bridge between America and the world." Dr. George presided at the meeting. 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Page 4-A # Jew Is* fhrkMar Friday, K 'OT.nU e*k an I *ec*Af • • by*LEO MINDLIN SUBSCRIPTION On* Year ,5.00 RATES: Three Years 110.00 Volume 33 Number 47 Friday, November 20, 1958 19 Heshvan 5720 Threat to Israel's Window on the Far East I The greatest achievement of the October, 1956 Sinai campaign was Israel's firm establishment of a marine route to the East at the Gulf of Agaba. The extent of Israel's military victory was of such magnitude that many other accomplishments of nearly-egual value fell within her grasp. But these are of the stuff that will make the history of tomorrow. One by one, Israel was forced to relinguish these accomplishments by a kind of U. S. State Department diplomacy that still fails to deal realistically with the total intent of the Nasser threat to the Western position in the Middle East. Together with stone-faced Dag Hammarskjold, secretary-general of the United Nations, our govenment shaped UN policy in 1956-57 to force Israel back out of Sinai, march beyond Gaza, and watch with anguish the immediate return of her Egyptian enemy to the very borders of her outermost farms and villages. Despite the disappointment that world opinion still failed to temper Arab recalcitrance and that American pressures promptly reknposed Nasser on the throne from which he had so ignominously toppled, the one major achievement stood firm: the silencing of Arab guns at Sharm el Sheikh overlooking the Gulf cf Aqaba and the freedom of these waters for Israel to navigate. A NEW CRISIS DEVELOPING io< c And ,. navigate ,hem she has sin October. 1956 with a regularity and purpose that continues to win her economic and political friends in the East. It is this result, more than their malc^Tk ,a s' er K d thre U f ven 9~nce. 'hat makes the Arabs latest drive to close the Gulf a truly dangerous one. Whatever strange if understandable pollfv!f OU ^ernment may have followed durinq those turbulent days just about three year, ago. the fact remains that the Eisenhower Admm^tratron since affirmed, again and again. Israel s right: to navigate the waters of ihGulf 2i3n^' ^T^P 01 amon 9 &* proponents of this nght was the late Secretary of State Dulles. The United Fund Campaign The goal, he Mid. is based as much oa need as on what Fund officials believe Dade" county con produce in it, united phuanthropic effort during the months ahead. ""Pc „i„ Wh ^ minmium welfare requirements are always th. major consideration in determining r^J^ f agUre8 Sen ^ gained. iTd? S2* fh 2 1V1 f g ? ner "y temper, such figure. into the final realistic scope of the drive This year's United Fund seeks i innn n i~ the 300 health and welfare JSSLSgSiS seirsrTi ***** campaign? H. already been launched in a host of local divisSrTrJ^t ^culminate in the Jan. 10 United Good Neighbors cleanup." Dade countians owe it to themselves and their fellowmen to assure the success of the 1960 UF drive. While the $3,635,729 to admS! tedly a figure at which to shoot in terms of Dades currently estimated fund-raising abilities, it is one which must be achieved reckoned m light of present welfare requirements. We are certain that the Jewish community will contribute its efforts, both by giving gifts and volunteering to serve in the campaign workers corps, moved by the same spirit of civic-mindedness as it has demonstrated in the past whose last months in office seemed to show a restless awakening to the proposition that his judging of the Israel-Arab controversy had perhaps not been fully conceived. The new Arab move should not be underestimated. Prime Minister Ben-Gurion this week intimated to a group of American Jewish leaders on a visit to his country that Israel may in the near future have to face a threat as awesome in its magnitude as the one posed eleven years ago. by the seven-nation invasion of her boilers -wiihip days following Israel's Declaration of Independence. The Middle East, quiet for a relatively long period of time, seems to be slouching to some crisis again. So long as the world in the guise of the United Nations fails to enforce peace in the area, crisis must continue to be the order of the day. | T| $M0$T, '< for j, rprn himieu %  *, other newipa. rn betrayii Poverty of h 's role a? M hr has little la", •ho ""••hoii. lty, and relies instead upon heckling COIIF5£ U „T1'L conclusion one must drew that he has elected to lh the shadow of greater glories. The example, are journalists and neavspapcrs that survive heights they dare .never ascend. I would hops, however, for the ex one is justified in an attack upon a colleague For atal sharp rebuke of the religion editor of this city's wr his column oa Saturday, Mr. Adon Taft welcomed tie the 45th general assembly of the Union of American > gations at the Fontaiaebleau hotel. What hi, words overlooked in tart, they made If the-y betrayed'Mr. Taft", abysmal lack of kn to Judaism, they certainly were marked by the irresponsible zealots are made. A complete dii tionsof the Reform movement, they mustered the inc. proselytize. h y petty AMfSTMtt SIMPATHY IN WELCOMING THE Union assembly here. Mr Tilli %  "Although'we may not agree with much of their i rejoice that Refer ai Jew, have rekindled in inter!*!. ship of-the one true God among many who had been mdifi !" Were Mr. Tuft an Orthodox or even Conservative J•fc ration-anight anakc aooie sort of sense aa sad example all struggaa within Jewry at large. Since he is neither, noraaj at all.il can oaty beinterpreted in light of the impvanwi intended tt to eapres*. • Clearly, be does not here identify one branch of Jewish belief as opposed to another. If W t_ a rejection of "their theology." it is therefore to Judaiiart Tins simple conclusion arrests the spurious synpaUji ance of his opening statement, where Mr Taft haus for rekindling interest in God among the indifferent. ••• •*• •J KIHCTIOM Of JUDAISM AT LAKt AJCommittee Meeting Sunday OWVSrWLIStLiSr. IT* form Judaism with which he disagrees but Judaism ait The American Jewish Committee holds its annual meeting here Sunday. The Greater Miami chapter is to be applauded for the program it has mapped out. Youth will not only be the principal theme of the meeting's deliberations both at workshop and after-dinner sessions; but youth, themselves, are scheduled to take a principal part in the program. This is especially praiseworthy in light of the major concern across the nation today with respect to the development of our future leaders. Giving youth a chance to speak out affords them the opportunity to believe in us—to recognize that their present problems pose very real concerns; that the young people of our land are uppermost in our minds not alone when they fall into delinquency; that their natural expression in creative channels is what will best serve mem and the world into which they are maturing. Morris Abram, Atlanta civic leader and chairman of its Citizens' Crime Commission, is an expert in these considerations. His appearance here Sunday at the Miami chapter meeting, together with some of Dade county's outstanditurToung people, should make the American JewMr Committee sessions fruitful indeed he finds untenable— such s conclusion is no longer viM TM| trary. the statement takes on a totally different means'. It should be apparent that Mr. Taft denies the one ITS I Jews of whatever viewpoint. If Reform has revitalized at the worship of his conception of God. one can only infer tkaj Mdcrs it closer to Christianity than any other kind of Judiia] 1 do not intend this as an isolated defense of the Um ment. whose spokesmen are amply qualified to en>*aH principles in the hats of the Orthodox and Conservative jafl rather meant as a rejection of an unfoun.iH .i^umpuonlff ignorance in its conclusions. However far Ileform praetkir in the direction of shedding what may or may not be ( tial traditional values, neither it—nor indeed any brancaofl will succumb to even the most intelligent variety of i Dotation Let it be said as the first and last word in thai such efforts are rather like putting the ideological nut I cause. • e| •:. •: %  Momrnc ArnoAcn ro JWHMAUSM IF THERE WERE enough insult here for other me* IrW 1 them one better with the remark about the --rrianyjarteta* indifferent." We hear such pitiable outcries made by zHtyl us. who have the missionary's inclination in their soul. But to brand Jew, as "indifferent" is J pro>elytici stops just short of the pogrom. Net even the most ante uses this outmoded technique today. Mr. Taft certaiale has a right to hi> opinions-**.! offensive with respect to Jewish theological practice. But J arises: Does he have the right to such opiniot in a colmcl' his capacity as religion editor of this city i^rtest meW I think no. for wbat.be said was not only rude and '" dangerous, as weu. As religion editor of Miami's morning paper. ^Jf£ responsJhllty to'dealt>oth objectively and intollicentryatawj In hi, department. Should sound journalistic prmciptewr 1 tempered by his religious zeal, let Mr. Taft s pos' •* ""^ editor in the name of accuracy if not propriety. no MMI ro* utcH mrmcrs 1 EST EVEN TMI$ have the ring of synthetic arguaw*-. !" necessity to arise Mr. Taft'a weasel-worded *" l '2 be interpreted in the light of more cautious aftertfwej**-" conclusion: *We weieeane-'the-1.000 delegates from over tnh Canada to our city of Christian love." 4l As greeting to tae-tfaion of American Hebrew ""PL is impudence beyond expression. It needs little f !" "*J to remark upon its total betrayal of the columnist s l*J^ the reporting of^wfucfr has no place in a metropoW* 6 sponsible to the* community it serves. Miami Acquainted With Heir Rumor has it that Prime Minieter David Ben* |ng ia his campaign |o retain Mrs. Golda Meir tfJJJl ister. She insists"on resigning. The alternative m to be Moshe Sharett. who held this post **&* %  ^^A no secret that both men have w:dely ^y r 1 in many politico] areas of belief. Nevertheless. m^J •any this week, seemed willing to consider the "^ Muuftor a* Mrs. Meir*s replacement ,,^ Israel's polittca! climate changes quickly. an J? P red ct. but Mr. Sharett was adamant in his rst5 Should this politicoi culle de aac continue, H apparent may very weU be a man with whom well acquainted—Abba Ebon.



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2a 1959 "JewisHJcrfdMrtn Page 5-A Arabs Threaten War in Face of Peace Offer SCHREIBIK Gardens Staff tment of Marvin roupwork supervisor 'Rome for the Aged jUami has been anMaurice Pearlstein. btor of the Home. ^as graduated from rsity, Ottawa, Canred his Master's de[Work at the Univer. Since 1955, he has rorkef in the Golden nent of the Jewish |Center of Chicago, responsible for the I of the Jane Adams or older adults. Gardens, he will be the further develop! groupwork program Roasts more than 12 IJvities, led by 27 Naof Jewish Women \is married and has En. He is a member of Assn. of Social Workil Assn. of Jewish rvice, Young Israel of North Miami Religious Zionists of *e Shrinks ILES SW WAY it Surgery STANCE KUIEVtS PAIN IKS HEMOMNOIDS J time science has found Ino substance with the lability to shrink hemori to relieve pain — without tfter case, while gently pain, actual reduction ..took place. |ing of all — reaulte were I that sufferers made abatement, like "Pilea have a problem I" la a new healing subl-Dyne*) — discovery of a }is research institute, ince la now available In IV or OINTMENT FORM %  me PREPARATION H. at all drug counters — guarantee. *(R) Continued from Pago 1-A rael's delegation, replied and then ridded that Israel would deal with the issue of the Arab refugees and what Israel could contribute to solution later in the debate. Shukairy opened the Arab salvo by blaming Israel for the failure of the UN to solve the problem and warned that unless Israel was forced at the current UN session to accept complete repatriation of the refugee*, 80,000,000 Arabs "from Casablanca to the Persian Gulf" were ready and eager to go to war against Israel. He also categorically dismissed the Hammarskjold plan with the statement that the subject of the economic integration of the refugees was "irrelevant and inadmissable." He laid down a five-point plan which he said must be implemented this year. The points were: 1. Implementation of a 1950 resolution which, in Shukairy'* view, calls for the collection of the revenues allegedly derived by Israel from Arab-owned properties and) the use of those) revenues for the welfare of th refugees. 2. Allowing the inhabitants of the "front vilage" on the IsraelJordanian border to cultivate lands on the Israel side of the Armistice demarcation line. 3. Allowing not only the refugees in the Gaza area, but also the local inhabitants of the Gaza Strip "to farm their lands on the other side of the Armistice line." 4. "Reinstating" of the Bedouins in the Sinai area to Israel whence they had been allegedly "expelled by Israel." 5. Reactivating the Palestine Conciliation Commission and enlarging it "on a geographical basis." The PCC now has three members — the United States, France and Turkey. By calling for enlarging the PCC on a "geographical basis," Shukairy was seen here as calling for the addition to the PCC of a representative of the Sovet Union or of another Communist country. Those steps, he sold, would constitute only the "beginnings of a peaceful solution." Should Israel refute still to accept these "solutions" Shukairy said economic sanctions should bo invoked "to melt Israel's resistance." Than, he added). Article VI of the United Nations Charter calling for the expulsion of • member of the United Nations should be Invoked against Israel as a "consistent violator" of UN resolutions. Comay replied the next day, and Shukairy took an hour to reply to the Israel response. Comay interrupted the Arab speaker to defend the memory of the late Dr. Chaim Weizmann, Israel's first president. The chairman of the committee then rebuked Shukairy. Comav, in his a ddress, pointer! out tnat Shukairy was "obsessed with "the proposition that Israel should be destroyed." The Israeli representative stressed that when Shukairy called for implementation of old United Nations resolutions dealing with repatriation of Arab refugees, the Arab spokesman wanted those resolutions "implemented against Israel." He showed that Shukairy had deliberately distorted old resolutions, quoted them out of context and cited only such parts of the resolutions as suited his purpose. The Israeli representative set the record straight before the committee. He then told the committee: "Wo assume that the overwhelming majority of the governments represented at this table are sick and tired of the Israel-Arab conflict and would -bar wily luu lieppy If those dlrKTly concerned would settle it. "We would repeat most solemnly that Israel seeks nothing from its neighbors but the chance to live in peace with them and, together with them, to strive for the common good of our troubled region. "To promote this not-unworthy end, we repeat that we would be willing to meet with Arab representatives at any time and place, publicly or privately, and without any prior conditions whatsoever. We cannot but ask ourselves whether the present atmosphere in the world, the present restrained hopefulness which prevails at the United Nations, may not perhaps hold out the prospect of some thaw in Israel-Arab relations as well." Humphrey Talk Spurs Interest Reservations for the Mt. Sinai Hospital dinner Nov. 30 at Westview Country Club are "simply pouring in," according to dinner chairman William Weintraub. "This response is most gratifying, for it shows the many friends the hospital has among Westview Country Club membership," said Weintraub Wednesday. Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey's appearance as guest speaker continued to spur interest here. The presidential hopeful for 1960 has revealed he expects to drop a "bombshell" for national consumption. Sen. Humphrey will arrive 'n Miami Monday, Nov. 30, at 4 p.m., and will proceed immediately to Westview, where he will be interviewed by the local and national press prior to the dinner. TWIN CITY GLASS CO. % MHMOftS STOtl FRONTS nitNTTWI TOM ANTIQUr. MJMOtS 1 $llVfM,, AUTO MASS INSTALLED WMU YOU WAIT f 16th Street, M.1. Ctesed Sfltordays Tel. 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Page 6-A %  tri*tJhrkHnn CJFWF Moves to Establish Cultural Foundation Continued from Pag* 1 A dent of "the Council, succeeding Herbert R. Abate*. On domestic questions, the assembly voted reaffirmation of the principle of indivisibility of equal rights, lauded efforts during the past year to strengthen civil rights, and called on Jewish community relations agencies and other groups "to help secure the fact as well as the principle" of equal justice and equal opportunity for all. On the international scene, the assembly expressed concern over the treatment of Jews in the Soviet Union "denied access to tho chance, sou have not tried this delightfult.-ling natural health aid. call UxU> for vour f.i*l order learn boss il may help vou and we —_^ predict you will continue using ,t f or ^ a long tinu \A )( ,ur doctor about Mountain Valle> Water. MOUNTAIN VALLEY WATER Phone FR 3-2484 301 S.W. 8th St. Don't put it off put it on Re-Roof • WRITTEN 6UARANTH • UCfNSfD & tNSURID • PAYMENTS ARRANGED •AT TOW tuvtcr Re-Roofing & Repairing %  a* 'ree Istisswte FMtMf OX 1-1321 ACMt WrtLY CO, 2*70 N.W. 75fh ST." J exist only in Jerusalem and Haifa. | He pointed out that the Conservajtive congregations in these two cities were still using temporary places of worship and needed their own buildings. Rabbi Henrique Lemle, ef Bra xil, end Rabbi Guillermo Schios•noer, of Buenos Aires, stressed the need for rabbis end Hebrew teachers in their countries. B. B. B*njamin, the Inefien Jew,** leader, officially affiliated the :, of communities .cros, th continent, "the Con*rv.tive^nE Rogue th. spearhead of m .? mam proeram of Jewish edi. sxS "J^ r wwe attending •wools under Conservative aus NOW YOU DIAL FR 3-4605 for possible *tep to pr-anire their 19*. campaigns at the 'Earliest feasible time" to assure maximum fund raising. National and local sen ices also require added support and overseas needs will call rot the fullest assistance for yen come. Under the pressures of In cal, national and overseas Jtwish needs, the resolution urged "a de liberate and intensive budget pro cess to asess carefully the relative urgency of requirements. A series of resolutions dealing with communal problems and 6V velopmenU was also adopted by the assembly. They covered such problems as recruitment of > men and women for communal service, programs of non institu tional care for the aged. Jewisn education and community relations work. Earlier, in a session devoted to overseas needs and basic plan ning, Israel Ambassador Avraham llarman told the assembly that 1rael faced two tasks: rebuilding a poor, ravaged country and trans forming a refugee population into a rooted citixcnry. He expressed the hope that "the turbulent pe. riod" in Israel's brief history was finished and declared that Israel was set for "rapid progresss to achieve an economic balance and a living standard to support a flourishing human civilization." He appealed for "an additional spurt forward" among American ; m amtaru a ^ % %  •"• "tea i i.-T,ij • ***, *• m *'" iai Portimiti,,-^] 'or Hiasm, 3 dhchares t* i •hose alreecy ,_ '• read Isr HJJJ* Israel lfld ^J He said % Vear was u ^ for "kmg ostafcr'i law by Cosgwuj tional quota sntad, '"'gration lm J "this must bethi t'H the ei minimum *t matt Permitting the i s "is regirdles! *', Kelugee Yew..,, nificent opportiatji, people and COST*,, tern of immipjoai on humanitinn national needs," Joseph Willn. i of Jewish York, told the growing democna ican life changing clieateiei tion of heihh uii cies. C>ZAt*Qn{j-i -boik COINONOtnTI it's tpl-mrtl, comfortable-tall Step aboard o! or Silver Stir iWl_ spacious loesn SSI cars u wtUuass. reserve* Pslssscl choounr jrssrmi mealtime, ftfeksf raiJrfreaf-ftrrll friends with t he* Nurse. VM aneanj "Hospitattr Bosfl pleasant tml tail your tick* tebW generoull Kay ve rtMntmt you at your Jfertiesd Obtil* sea ss* rov corveaeal tAll TRAVEL CREDIT CARD. •M ratuux IN if int csaca Taanr MTM, PMIUMLntl* emu— l-Mll or call C neater St.. M06 HTUCl ssssliiat•*• ikssL Kssea aesefei tMOSXEhw eaOi */*. Mineafe, West inayeo* aC, MslsV lit */ %  i. FICNT, i.t.K O F INSURED SAVINGS HOME FINANCING SAVE-BY-MAIL Oldest and Largest In Miami Beach SAVINGS am LOAM Aa** 1 ** MSM Offfkam UKeta Is*. • ****'* set T* •*•••. Mk>HI<



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11959 +Jew 1st fhoridlcir Page 7-A ie of 'Youth' Will Accent ICommittee Dinner Sunday ^jhapter of KCommittee nrksnop and Tat the Duits. resource laterial has [develop the Youth," at ^begins at 4 I noted Jewpleader, who aj4. will be f7 p.m. PVouth" will mtr discusa te meeting pit and youth ] Challenging : to today's _rfll bo raised Ifolop answers | ResponsibiliThe Family Respect the and "Does Responsibe asked to EfTe Want for fthe results of groups will U.S. Fete pveek proclaimDrt unity Day Ion by Presild throughout by Gov. Col[apart to focus kited States on [Insure fair and Call citizens, re[color, religion, and to remind walks of life of the nation pie of equal opBted for the obis the anniver%  incoln's GettysIvered on Nov. ion. President ing Fathers that 'All men that they are Creator with i rights, that Life, Liberty (•f Happiness.' oln in his first ingress defined our people as Intaining in the |nd substance of leading object onditmn of men, (unfettered start in the race of •tor. for PARAHT-AGIANCE Date with FIRST-EVER HEPHONE DIRECINDEX GUIDE, I JE 4-2500 (A.M.) I be integrated into one full report for those attending the dinner nae*Un,g ift,the, evening; -.,;,.,....,. ,, Jack Green, as chairman of the workshop, will be assisted by the following: Moderators — Philip E. Heckerling, Allen I. Freehling, Richard F. Wolfson, Dr. Peritz Scheinberg, Dr. Robert Litowitz and Lee Ruwitch. Recorders—Paul Klein, Mrs. Harold Rand, James R. Katzman, Mrs. David P. Catsman, Mrs. Bernard Stevens, Melvyn B. Frumkes Adult Resource—Mrs. Charles Finkelstein, Dr. Samuel Ersoff, Dr. Alan A. Lipton, Mrs. Seymour B. Liebman, Dr. Marcia Klein, Max Lorber. Youth Resource—Jay B. Hess, Steven Stepin, Stu Fabric, Henry Edgar and David Yellen. Plans and programming for the dinner are under the chairmanship of Alvin Cassel, who is assisted by Mrs. Herbert Mathes and Mr*. James Ketzman, cochairmen of arrangements; Mrs. Harold Spaet, decorations chairman; Charles Friedlander, public relations; Mrs. Burton B. Goldstein, seating; S h e pa r d Broad, sponsor. Acting as hostesses under the chairmanship of Mrs. Laura Berns will be Mesdames Martin Fine, William L. Finsten, David B. Fleeman, Alfred Gerd, William E. Gladstone, Charles Goldstein, Jack I. Green, Mrs. Morton Halpern, Jerome C. Hofmayer, Arthur Horowitz, Herbert Klein, Jean C. Lehman, William Lehman, Nathan B. Rood, Lee Ruwitch, Seymour Samet, Peritz Scheinberg, Stuart L. Simon, H. R. Sobel, Sydney L. Weintraub and Richard F. WoiTson. Col. Nathan B. Rood, president of the Greater Miami chapter, and Seymour Samet, Southeast United States area director, will make important reports at the dinner session. Sunshine Lodge to Meet Sunshine Rcbekah Lodge 9 will meet Tuesday evening at Workmen's Circle, 25 Washington ave. NOW! YOU CAN SHARE IN ONI Of AMERICA'S FASTEST GROWING -SPECTATOR SPORTS GREYHOUND RACING MONEY CONSTRUCTION CE MIME OR HOME 9-4482 near shopping %  ditioned, heatirpetlng. Season ble. jnla Ave. I Information i 4-4328 Wf HAVE PMPAM* SMCIAl UPOKIS ON WESTERN MOW, ML Ceaueoa Stocks, $1.3714 Approx. pries Operator* ot Penwcola, £'•* &f £*"' Pork, Phoenix ond Portland Moodem. Actively Treated en the I Oyer-the-Couriler Market em *r *riU tw Fill leant* Ttssj Generol Investing Corp.. I •14 Aiasley Bid,. Miami 32, Eta. Phone FR 7-3547 Mease seed me PREE rleperts ea Western ocis)| lac. NameState — UON CHAHPION 'AILABLE IMI-ADVANCED fOUR HOME. %  12 P.M. OrHY 112 — NOW YOU DIAL FR 3-4605 for 9-JewistflcridHan Dade's Outstanding People Will Search The World in Which They're Growing Up ALVIN CASSEL mounts ABRAM Young people of the Greater Miami area will have their say Sunday afternoonat the—Oupont I'laza hotel when the eighth annual American Jewish Committee workshop puts its "Spotlight on Youth." In a unique experiment, which is being viewed as a pilot test for future workshops, one of six groups which will discuss various aspects of the youth problem will be composed entirely of young people. A summary of their closeat-hand views will be compared with summaries from the other five meetings, which will be composed of adult members of the Greater Miami chapter of the American Jewish Committee. Jack I. Green, chairman of the workshop, which precedes the dinner and business meeting at which Morris B. Abram, noted Atlanta attorney and civic leader, will be keynote speaker, has arranged his program so that five outstanding young people of the area will act as resource leaders at the workshops. All students at the University of Miami, they include Jay B. Hess, a pre-medical student, who is vice president of the Student Union Board of Governors; Henry Edgar, e sophomore et the law school, who recently returned to this country after studying in Europe for e year on a scholarship; Steve Slepin, also a law school student, who has won national recognition as a debater and has filled in for radio commentator Alan Courtney on occasions; David Yellen, voted "outstanding all around student" in the freshman class; and Stuart Fabric, pre-medical vice president, active in students' political and academic organizations. Among the young people who will participate in the "exclusive" youth workshop are Debbie Salter and Joel Meltzner, Hollywood; Bob Souvorin, David Cassel, David Narot, Bill Lcwin, Ronald Friedman and Jeffrey Lefcourt, Miami; Jane Rubin and Abbie Gerd, Mi ami Beach; and Ginger Rood Susie Castleman, Jill Finsten, Am old Lew, Phyllis Kaplan, Dak Franklin, Cookie Krupp, Arllm Bernstein and Linda Lodie, all o Coral Gables. A summary of each of the si:, groups in the workshop will b< made at a session prior to the din ner, and a full report of conch sions divulged to the dinner-mee' ing in a surprise setting planned by Green. Each workshop session will be limited to 25 persons, and each wll" have a full complement of mo-' erators, recorders, adult and youth resource leaders. Abram's address following th dinner also will concentrate cr. the outlook for youth in moder society, and since he has recently testified on the subject before E United States Senate committee, his analysis will be followed closr ly. Abram is also chairman of th Atlanta Citizens Crime Commission. AUGUST BROS RY E ^ IS the OtSlf SOOF GENEROSITY C^X^VI^K^X^*. fflounl Sinai (Hospital of Qreoter TJliami *WA tllg-f-*yk a/ter date, the undersigned jointly and severally promise to pay to the order o/ fW AW^ j^jjj ^fUtV^ jA*rU "1 (Dollars § TVJTrtflMllnrlTff "frrV tmrw^ \ "^


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Page 8-A *Jmistnt>rkm%n Friday. UAHC Chief in 'State of Union' Talk The Reform Jewish movement, with one million congregants and 585 congregations in the United States and Canada, must justify it.numerical strength by meeting the religious dam and* of an era beset by "spiritual thirst, personal debasement and possible imminent world destruction," Rabbi Maurice N. Eisendrath told 3.000 delegate* at a principal session of the 45th general assembly of the I'nion of American Hebrew Congregations meeting at the Fontainebleau hotel this week. Rabbi Eisendrath. president of j the UAHC. 90-year-old parent body are so much jn dcmanii he/r he of Reform Judaism, called upon said -wherefore the seemiif ban Reform Jewry to "mobilize against on our Reform faith' DsSJamos the pagan idols" of what he termand tractors midc in AAerica' ed our "rocket and racket-ridden apparently are kosher" and welage with "all the potential spiritCO m e: rabbis made in Cincinnat. ual power at our disposal. • and New Y ork are •trefif and The world is on the side of spurned faith in force." the leader of Re-' 1 He urged the assembly to "protest Hi* allocations a* funds and facilities' generously*supplied by all segments ef our American Jewish community to but one relipeesj east* ide in juvenile rumbles and far-from adult lynchings." "There are many factors contributing to this breakdown in the moral fibre of our nation," he concluded, "but primary among them is the dumping of rehgiou, values." At the same t.me. Rabbi Eisendrath cautioned a g a i n s t "ersatx values" which have crept into "our once noble teaching." Noting that "a sterile Orthodoxy has a stranglehold on relig dians of the Sabbath." be said. Addressing tn evening session here. Rabbi Eugene Sack, of Congregation Beth Elohim, Brooklyn. N.Y, declared that "the survival of the Jewish people for so many centuries is due in a large part to the hold &f hat the Jewish family has had *n the loyalty of its chilaVen. The unparalleled level of decent moral and civilised behavier of the Jew is based upon the love, the discipline and the high standards set for each child from infancy in the Jewish home." At another session. Rabbi Arnold J. Wolf, Congregation Solel Glencoe. 111., presented his credo as a Reform Jew. "I do not believe that the commandments as a whole, and probably not any of them, were directly given by God to Moses or to ai.yone else," he whole, and some of them most especially, are just not important. "I deny that they have no special meaning for me, and that they I do not make any difference to my! life. I affirm that Judaism is a %  religion of Torah. and that Torah j must mean something very impor-; tant to me. Because of this convic-; tion. I am not an unbelieving Jew. How can I serve God and not only' my own wishes? How can I be free [ to be myself and yet bound by the I mitzvos of the Torah? How can I, know which commandments to keep and which to change and which to give up?" In his earlier remarks, Rabbi Plaut emphasized that while Sabbath observance in the traditional manner is "a dead issue" for the majority of American Jaws, "and meat certainly far those in the Reform movement," nevertheless, "this does not remove from us the obligation te struggle far a new interpretation. "But in doing so. we must, with due regard for the tradition of our people, strike out boldly and in entirely new directions. There is — GALA FIFTH SEASON COCONUT GROVE PL Mt S-2Sei 3500 Main Hwy. 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1959 'Jmlstifhriinr Jews Stay-No Place to Go Page 9-A ILLER 'East Berlin itory. drawn separates 1st Germany and life of fcross that virI boundary all discreet deand a casual of a dozen East Ger[last month and lions wait to td. West BerJlerted to give %  istance. Why, rs in East Berlin isolated com£,the bitter regijrer standard of ^rmany? Why of Jews refuse | of emigration the American, zones? The angihe only rabbi in to 90 tat Wo Wo have fam.retponiibitlties." ur*ar, who HM resignation understand* rail* ara old and to liva as they tr cemetery and .What more could Irger, speaking German, pointed Irish cemetery be[on Herbert Baum hat cemetery are 133,680 Jews. We em." Other Jewexist in Dresden, trx Stade (formerfcnitz), Halle, LeipPlauen-in-VogtB'ut they are the pre-war era lews lived in all of i.Erfurt and Leiplife is at a near 1,000 Jews in East are under 21 All attend a class neat ion. "Most of aged 60 to 90. Wc Uews. This is our trast to the tinEast Berlin, the inlty of West Beryrowing. Its 6,400 5,000 in Wast Ger(oncarned with adtir fellow Germans, footholds in the ay -and of potto Israel. iRNJA'S California'! World. eking the Blu. PodBe i Mi* NO. Twenty minute* [Airport. -450 luxurioin all with tefevUoa and ntion facillti.t. Banquet | aJr-condiHoned. Exciting. end Canton*** Roeab I Aeautiful ground* end garden*. Rate* froai t* Bom W. Donnelly. On. Mar ..A. and in HAWAII AGLIA [GOOD LIVING JR., rr.il e ef HOTELS —— k. CAL IF. Hml Ma w f I Hatal Sebrte Oelte 41*. HMM WIMea lUtMClM Mot.l FnmdKaa LHeM Pw* lane >.C. *S*M lUtoJoa | Hotel Shtrwye State. •M N.. TenW W.lklkl tlllm*re Tfci* is the fifth and final in a *mt-l of articles on his travels through the Soviet Union.dnd other lion Curtain lands by David Miller, special Jewish Telegraphic Agency correspondent. .Ifltfler has ,ust returned from Ac" .•* %  *> made on a Pulitzer ScnolonJ$ from Columbia University. Since the city is governed by the four conqtifring pewers, it is possible for an East German lo shop in West Berlin, to eat there or to visit, although this is done quietly. Another factor is that payments to elderly people have only recently been increased. Elderly persons who cannot work now receive an average of 350 East marks a month, a boost from the previous average of 200. The amount cannot be expressed in Western terms, fast and West mark* are officially pegged at four to one dollar but West Berlin banks legally give eight East marks to the dollar and the block market is even higher: Tho coot of food and housing is ••"•roily lower than in West Germany. As such, the money is considered enough te cover the necessities of fife for an elderly person. Additional suits *je paid for handicaps but the money is not paid to Jews alone. The appropriation comes from an East German fund for. "victims of Fascism" and is tightly controlled. It was on the subject of reparations and indemnities that East Germany struck out sharply against Israel and the policies of West Germany. The East Germans have steadily refused to honor any claims made against the former government. West Germany, however, has already paid out an estimated $1,500,000,000 in individual restitution payments, however 1,700,000 individual claims are still pending. For all practical purposes, the issue with East Germany is closed. The last major flow of East German Jews westward came during and after the wave of Soviet anti-Semitism in 1952 when Rudolf Slansky, secretary general of the Communist Party in Czechoslovakia and a Jew, was hanged for "Zionism" and other "anti-state" activities. At that time 635 Jews sought political asylum by crossing the artificial line. For the remaining group, those who are physically able, life is grim—as it 4s for millions of other East Germans. The Jews find employment in trade as salesmen, jewelers, clothiers and other commercial outlets. Some work in factories and as clerks, but advancement is difficult and they are suspected as "foreigners." In the post-war days, in the flush of reaction against Nazi abuses, the East German government renovated the synagogue on Rykestrasse. But the blocklong synagogue on Oranienburger Strasse, is still a shell of twisted steel and masonry. Like countless other buildings in the Soviet zone it has not been touched since the war. Leonard Tobin (right), of Tobin and Rose Insurance Agency, Miami Beach, and Richard Edgerton, of the State Hotel and Restaurant Commission, display the 1959 "Award lor Safety and Sanitation" which is to be presented to those apartment house owners whose establishments have been rated by the Commission as good or excellent. According to Florida statutes, the Commission examines apartment houses twice a year, and rates them on a prescribed form. The Tobin and Rose Award will be presented only to those establishments whose ratings are "Superior" or "Excellent," the two highest of the five ratings which the State Hotel and Restaurant Commission recognizes. Tobin and Rose Insurance, Inc., established in 1916, is owned by Jack Tobin, Frank Rose, and Leonard Tobin. Mr. Business Man & Mrs. Housewife The) Jewish Homo ior the Aged Thrift Shop, needs your furniture, appliances, clean clothing, luggage, drop—, lamps, dishes, pots. pans.silv er ware, sheets, bedspreads, etc. All proceeds going towards ffct ineiafenaiK* of ear distingaished rei/deafs. THE HOME THRIFT SHOP 5737 N.W. 27th Ave. Tele-bone NE 3-2338 •lease Caff us for Pick-en. Beach Group Elects Newman Stuart G. Newman, Miami Beach public relations counsellor, has been elected president of the Miami Beach Better Business Bureau for the coming year. 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NV K 5r'' hi aata2r< K. the pbnaa?*-J NAME ADDRESS CITY PMONt STATE WINWORD PUZZLE NO. 20 WORTH $290 If there are no correct eolutions to the previo.K im.fk'i puule Otherwise prire returns to beginning f let) JacKpet. If you wih to aubicr.be to The Jewish Floridian check the square and your paper will start immediately. Subscr otion price K H SS per year. (to for 3 years Regular subscriber* are eligible for larger prizes. See rules. DEADLINE THIS WEEK SUNDAY MIDNIGHT, NOV. 22 Cut a'cng the dotted line, paste on a S-cent postcard and mail to COiNWORD Editor. The Jewish Flondian, P.O. Boa J7J. Miami 1. Fla. CLUES ACROSS 2— Occasionally, a lot who's under a heavy blanket is in danger of smother 9 —With a forced marriage, the i> i M'ur note in the wedding picture 10—llilliooj ui foreign aid go to peoples who are not on our tide in the cold war. 11—Victoria Croat Anbr. 12— The weather bureau keeps careful watCfl mi the of a hurricane 13— It you m the park, bystander* gather around. IS—Nova Scotia: Abbr. 16—True. gets him IT—A sick man sometimes • .h it his u;fc too much. 23—Strong odor. 25— It may be important thai a witness saw the defendant take some and inhale it. 26—A shelter. 27—Frozen water. 28— International Refugee Organization: Abbr. 2f+—Shoemaker s tool. 31—Biblical you. 32—A purchaser will want a refund if glassware bet bad sent is badly CLUES DOV/N 1—Heroes in mythology often found themselves in situations where an gave them trouble 3—legendary bird. 4—Part of -to be." 5—You'd expect socialites to wear dressy clothes at such a partv 6—Mean* of travel: Abbr. "—Food regimen. 8—Some people always have a for belittling their friends. 14—Busy insect. 18— Parents may he wary if their daughter's suitor seems a bit this. 19— Period in history. 20— It's hard to your feeling about a former friend who once cheated you 21-Prophet 22—A swindler would try to a suspicious sucker into buying his wares. 24— !f a poor haberdasher who doesn't an expensive tie as he should. 25—One should quickly get rid of a boarder whose had a bad effect on his son. 26-/h.,rehes naturally count on ,n — of coins in the colleciion plate. 30—You and I. thi A i M N "i-:. .i si i|i i |.. is.'ii. raaci onl) accordlna lo hi* in ual ti'mi..rn-' -iM\ he'd be i In juat might rriiMln etoday %  nt 12—In Weateraa, the oowboya rr uauaallv quick with a I'HAM They hi) drink n a small glaae Of whiskey. neat. In i H i'UihtiK tit a jiui' • i.. DRAW, rather than 'with a DRAW It —Therare *.vm. alrla whoa* MAIN preoccupation la with their .on heaiit\. It a their chief asset, ami sp en d much time oa parfactlae It. a natural reaction ..ften without %  oncelt. so It i....I nit m.an. In Itaelf, that tin ,.r. VATN Modala. f.>r that I k-r.-.mlnii Is ivtaentlal. ( a TitliK bn In tran-ii BOOM -f th...ntenta are likely % %  bej lout. sin., tin srouM ei-ill ..ut ii.' ala-hway. \ THINK that] ;.ille It* coateata In the Imn • where tlu> ! home hecauee he, KKl.T ill. an "always-alllac" a s. r iv ,,i.i rti l little ->mith\. He alna so mi. ii thai hr is i K n..re.i i:i.I. Ill, ..r .ni into a I Ill n es s medical attention •""M '•• n<1 >ni|'ath> find a romantic ,, '. vl>: **** r^naatk' x 'ut the !" ,, '"" ; r the man t> > %  M.I: | %  MARK ..n a tree la occa1 I" a captive h Inul.iin. or a s.smfi.-.int si k -n. carved furtlvlv ,. n • %  • that Klln.v HAItK lthnut a MAIUV iwaaai n.iih n. EXPLANATIONS DOWN .•iiiiimrn a unroll will P. .||. holdup mea bylsTaaV h* '"SL hU hlM[ %  ~"lclwae. 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IH t., (,"*! r—featrtaa muat be mailed to the c.iNWi.t :. i-r.* if TU Janall %  .—Ketrular auhacrlbcrs to Tha Jewish Florldlan ho win u: mnl prlaa bonus. '1 *£S. *??*'S-* M i **. !**n ^n '" Tha correct ansaer of sack irati iMihllahad In The Jewish Florldlan 10 Years Ago Tkh Wetk aot ,0 avenge Arab Terrorism by Jerusalem: Chief Rabbis Heraog coun,er ,err r tt ni The .ppd WM and L'rziel issued a manifesto this 'ual!y addressed to underground week to t he Palestine community Jewish terrorist groups. LOW COST HOME LOANS To Buy, Build or Refinance H iataa laWta. a N Oa g aaR aa aar tafa is ^ Oldest and largest' JZ)ade Federal a/V/N %  A Af/ONoM ; v -. I ai tlPTOH • ,dem 5 Cc evawa n Offkm Saw* Dad* Comfy _oggr.TPrF; FvrKFD lan MH.I.HIV DOLLARS W0KD LIST AUEN AI l.;\ AM ANT AWL %  mi %  KB. KM %  RAi't.Kn BRAWLED Disar BORGM El. BRA EV BTJ FAINT OI.O. >M >.loiH OI'U, H v\ HEAP HELP U'K %  K\,-K KNOCK KNOW ATI8H SH III. 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20. 1959 9, "-3tiwkfiT§ctMtBin Page 11-A iplomatic Ball Slates Star-Studded Evening Mrs over Miami" [-Saturday Dec. 5, Jfrom all over the 'diplomatic nationrid the Consular at a gala Dipiolie Fontainebleau j'8 welcome to I> issador, Avraham sost extraordinary Bake place in Mi Jicted Wednesday istein, chairman ot committee. I tho evening will %  ctor Harman's first Ijrance before the Hid consular corps, jltiost distinguished %  M Of government, I arts and all other f.A Hrlcan life will parHM welcome to IsAmbassador. Bounced the appointof 100 "diplomatic I affair, to represent irea. Assisting the Israel Bond com J Leshem, Consul of 'Southeastern region States. screen, stage and will be on hand for r A leading attraction tlton Heston, star of newest spectacular Joining him on %  fill be such famous I entertainment world |wford, Academy star of many moJimmy Savo, werld[of comic pantomime; well-known songCarson, young telRakhel Hadass, one' JOAN CRAWFORD CHAKLTON HESTON JIMMY SAVO JOHHNY CARSON of Israel's most brilliant vocalists; Israeli born" dnnwrTAvraharn "El" ber, many others. The entertainment program will also include the complete Fontainebleau floor show, starring Johnny Desmond. Dancing the entire evening will be to the music of the famous Sacasas orchestra. Openlnj the festivities will be television and radio interviews with guests arriving at tre entrance of the Fontainebleau. The interviews will be conducted by Johnny Carson, who has appeared on many television shews, and stars on h's own daily program, "Whom Do You Trust?" Producer of the entertainment program for the Diplomatic Ball committee is Wally Wanger, former Paramount Pictures executime. Stage manager will be Jerry Bell, noted CBS-TV and Deauvillc hotel stage manager. Honorary chairman of the Diplomatic Ball is Gov. LeRoy Collins, of Florida. His committee includes such distinguished citizens as Sen. Jacob K. Javits, U. S: Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas, Sen. Spessard L. Holland. Sen. Wayne Morse, Sen. Paul H. Douglas, and many others. Admission is by purchase of a $500 Israel Bond, plus dinner couvert of $10 per person. Sponsor is the Greater Miami Israel Bond committee, of which Jack A. Cantor and Samuel Oritt are general chairmen. RAKHEL HADASS AVRAHAM ELBER UF Adds to Roster of Welfare Agencies DISTANCE IVING IUMB%  tfs in the country ElS CHEERFULLY flTHOUT CHARGE PH.II. VAN fES, IXC. LW. 24th Avenue MIAMI People are living longer nowadays, but they aren't necessarily liking it. The leadership of the United Fund of Dade County knows this. And they are doing something about it. They have recently taken into their fold two agencies dedicated to the service of the aged. The board of directors of the Fund admitted Senior Day Centers and Friendly Visitors to its roll, bringing its participating agencies to a total of 57. Neither agency is completely new to area residents. Since its establishment as a pilot project of the Welfare Planning Council ot Dade County in 1956, Friendly Visitors has brought comfort and MORE Private Pool Beach and Cabana Colony HOTEL At 24tb ST., MIAMI BEACH Write For information and Reservation! JE 1-0331 • Alr-Conditloned Rooma • Private Beach and Poc< e Parking on Premise* fl* e Cocktail Lounge V • Dining Room It Entertainment 3 Dally Per Pert. Dble. OccA FROM APR.L 25| )^8m/ .UftVFOftmAU INVITATIONS CALLING CARDS ANNOUNCtMtNTS %  T HANK TOU" MOTK PfKSONAL STATIONfRy Our wstMini consultant will displty complete selection in the comfort ol yow home •,• **< 3-4634 116 N E 6th Street, Miami, Florida meaning to the lives of hundreds of lonely, sometimes rejected, senior citizens. Senior Day Centers also began as a committee of the Welfare Planning Council, and for almost three years worked toward establishing at least one day center program on a demonstration basis. The agency, chartered in May, will staff and program a day center built by the Miami Housing Authority at its project for the aged in Allapattah. Harry P. Cain, UF president, who announced the Fund's accep tance of the new agencies, outlined problems of the aged: "Presently, the population of Dade county is estimated at 850,000, and predictions are that it will grow to a million in I960. The percentage of aged in the county stands at 8.3 percent, or 69,166 persons. In Miami alone there are 31,000 senior citizans," he said. The Senior Day Centers services offer its members opportunity for productive and satisfying use of free hours to overcome emptiness stemming from loss of employment or family ties. Essentially, i. is a mental health and adult education program designed to promote the emotional and social adjustment of the older person. Friendly Visitors volunteers are sent to homebound, aged persons. Volunteers are well screened, trained and supervised. Aged clients of the visitors' program are referred to them from other private and public health and welfare agencies New Chapter Formed Here Mrs. Benjamin I. Kamen, organization chairman for the Florida Women's Division, has announced the formation of a new American Jewish Congress chapter in the West Miami area. Two meetines have been held by the group in the home of Mrs. Sego Raskin. Next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Leo Scherker. 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Pago 12-A 9-JmMnerkMMi Yeshiva Research Grants Reported Up; Fruchtman to be Honored at Dinner Two grants totalling more than. The university currently com S3O.800 for basic research m paysjpTlm 1*> schools **nt i'fcn *•> ics and biology were announced > cated at six teaching centers in this week by Yeshiva University. Dr. Joel L. Lebowltz. a physicist on the faculty of the university's Graduate School of Mathematical Sciences, received a $21,848 oneyear grant from the Air Fcrce Office of Scientific Research for research in statistical mechanics. Dr. Lebowitz will study the behavu r of liquids and metals under vanj ous non uniform temperatures and f pressures. Dr. Mever Atlas, of the Y1 shiva University Biology Departmerit, received a Si 1,400 grant from th National Science Fourv dart on. The grant, which will run for a two-year period, will bo used for a study on how the embryo of a mouse develops. New York, with more than 4,500 Hebrew. Klepfisz. noted author and He-i ^ <* tn couraea are open to braist. will be held on Tuesday.' "^ P"hlic. 8 30 p.m. at Temple Emanu El. Dr. Klepfisz will trace the history ffflfcfcf toegOfOT g l fgj Talk and development of the Jewish prayer book. His lectures are un-j "TV Quiz Shows" will be sub d?r the auspices of the Bureau o* j*t of an address by Rabbi Her Jewish Education. 1 bert Baumgard. spiritual leader of Dr. Azriel Eisenberg. executive' Temple Beth Am, at a meeting of vice president of the Jewish Edu: Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai cation Committee of New York B'rtth on Tuesday noon at the DiCity. will conduct a workshop on Lido hotel, the teaching of Tu Beshevat dur ing the week of Dec. 25. The workshop will be held under the Joint auspices of the Jewish National Fund. In February 1960. as part of the same series. Dr. Abraham Cannes, first director of the local Bureau of Jewish Education and now as-l* ;REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Lar 0 t ana) Oid.it Hebrew •uepiy Heuee In O'niir Miami WKOUSAU mmi tfTAft sistant director of the Cejwin Sum-' C *" the best time to start planning? Why not Sod ut about Mount Nebo now. Here, in Miami's bsttf and oldest Jewish cemetery, a Perpetual Care Fund exceeding $100,000, guaranlrrs he permanent beaaty and care of Mount Vbo. l nrver pay for main ten—ce .. Ur and mvetita cannot be levied And it Nebo is so arrrnWv I mxl r %  %  it ha alrraitT Miofni Hebrew Book Store 1SOS WASHINGTON AVE. Miami Brach — JE a-3S40 Hebrtw Religious Supp'ias for Oynagogucs. Schools 4, Private Use ISRAELI A DOMESTIC GIFTS ISRAELI RELIGIOUS STORE Ail MIUIW SVPailH KM srHAcoems 1 JCWISH Momts 1357 WASHINGTON AVL Jl 1-7722 Miami Editor Leads Discussions A series of roundtable discussions „ being held regularly on Sunday evening at the Americana hotel. The discussions are led by Hen,drik J. Bems. feature editor of I The Miami News. Topics include juvenile delin quency. the Middle East and Israel. Far Eastern affairs, and, others. Preston Tisch. president of! the Americana hotel, participates in the roundtable talk. The series is open to Greater Miami residents, in addition to I guests at the Americana. o pneanifc .. s aW/r. been the choice of over 4,000 Jewish famd"*Why MM secure fall deuds? i*mrs MOST UAUTtrui KXCLUSIVILY jiwiSM ctucrtnr Na.se. Addreeo / M ( Northwest 3<*



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1959 +Jewlst> Tier Mian Page 13-A ;es This Weekend %  rlyle IVI. MiuilfiNtM|..n B*HH— Dedica-J Avruhara BW 1>th ave. Silberman, fjrd ave. Con. Rosenberg. (•on. "And To[Better Day." r Mltzvah: Mrs. Rubin Cava. Orthodox. day 8:30 a.m. Contribution to NW 2nd ave. David W. Her%  tin. %  b: "The Story 9 a.m. Ser&e Jaw." Btuamuel, son of TRosenstrauc-h, ( %  alrie ave. OrRottman. lay 8:45 a.m. Community." Washington Tibor Stern, aehetlirday 8:30 a.m. bailor of HollCennt-th, Bon of nan. i.-NW. 3rd ave. did ave. Or. 9. Rackovsky. iday 8:30 a.m. Even Out of Pt 4:15 p.m. Home'* Trl7:30 a.m. and ISH CENTER. fmi. Rabbi SamBonal OUT SabIlltatlon ThroUfth |:1.'> a.m. at -'".in ."Weekly Por4TER. 18160 NW ve. Cantor Emantantor Kmanuel eii "ii his permaS Hihbat I Alfred Mandel. pee: Mrs. Harold m l • Si'i.i;.''/ Ii 19 Heshvan — 5:15 p.m. %  SBSSSBilUUlil. :..!JL %  ft; Samuels, Mrs. Hy Raskin and Mrs. Melvln Qaler. Saturday 9.a,m. FLAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW Slst pi. Conservative. Rabbi Bernard Shoter. Cantor Fred Bernstein. Friday 5:15 and. S.15 ;p.n Bermon* "The PromiHlna:'KutUrfs"''>IV. Sbb-bat hosts: Mr. ana Mrs. Jack Greenberg, In honor o( th.-ir *.>R,. Baaaatl Saul: Mr. anil M -Jfbrrrs )M' '. atj the occasion of then' anniversary. Saturday 8:30 a.m. — • —— FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801 E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi Marlus Ramon. Cantor Oherwin Levine. HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 tn t. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross. • —*.. HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1150 W. 8th t„ Palm ave. HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 2030 Polk st. Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. a ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 24th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavaky. Cantor Louis Cohen.' Friday 5 and 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "l)ofeatlsm." Junior service Saturday 10 a.m. under the direction of Jack Katsker. — • —— KNESETH I8RAEL. 1415 Euclid ava. Orthodox. Rabbi Oavia Lonnnni. Cantor Abraham Self. Friday 5 p.m. Saturday 8:80 a.m. Sermon: "Supreme Sacrifice." • —— MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION. 1101 SW 12th ave. Orthodox. Rabhi Herschell SaviHe. Cantor Joseph Sslzman. • Friday 5:30 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "The Accent on the Individual." • MONTICELLO PARK. 164th st. and NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipshitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "If Abraham Were President." Mrs. Norman Morgenstern to address the congregation on Organization for Rehnlillltutlon Throuch %  Training. Saturday 8:15 a.m. Bar afltivaft: Marc, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry KinK. who will host tluFriday evening oneg Bhabbat. Sermon: "Sarah and Agar—Tho Not Withhold nisiMpllne from a Child." Saturday 9 a.m. Bar Mltzvah: OeOffrey. son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Siegal. NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620 75th st Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowltz. Cantor Edward Klein. Friday I:t6 p.m. {Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "Weekly Portion." SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th •t. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. Frldav 8:30 p.m. Sermon: Sacrifice." To be honored on their wedding anniversaries: Mr. and Mrs Paul K.--'i ; Mr. and Mrs. Alan Bornstein. Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "Weekly Portion." TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr., S. Miami. Reform Raobl Herbert Baumoard. Cantor Charles Kodner. TEMPLE BETH EL. 1646 Polk St., Hollywood. Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. Frldav 8:15 p.m. Ouest spiritual leader: Rabbi Morton Fierman, Temple H.ih Sholom. Santa -Anna.. Callr.. ton of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Fierman. of Hollywood. TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative Rabbi Samuel Lerer. Cantor Ernest Schreiber. TEMPLE BEThTsHOLOM. 4144 Chaat V/e Liberal Rabbi Leon Kronish Cantor Davla Convlaer. Frldav 8:15 p.m. Sermon: Expanding Our Spiritual Frontiers Re.s.rt on the 45th General Assembly of the Union of American Hebrew Consregallons." Saturday 10:45 am Bar Mltzvah: Steven Wayne, son of Mr. •TSn. Albert Jay S.mmer Michael, aon of Mr. and Mra. Carl Welta. %  TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. WMNW 22nd ave. Conservative. Rabb. Sheldon Edwards. Cantor Ben Gross Frtlav 8 15 p.m. Sermrth. "Pattern lAd Result." OneK # Ml>oat follows. TEMPI F EMANU-EL. 1701 WashingT !on .v.. Conservative. Rabbi .rv.n, Lehrm.n. Cantor Israel "aleH. ... Friday 5 and 8:30 pm. Saroon. A Catholic President A Threat or a chalu-MKeSaturday 9 a.m. Barmon: "Weekly Potion Bar Mil a vah: William, J-on of Mr. ami Mrs. RaUh Kaplan; Elliott, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Welnstock. -""^-HT at^ e CO vention is Over—Now wnat. TFMPLE JUDEA. 880 Palermo ava Liber.T. Rabbi Morris Skop. CantoHerman Gattlieb. __-_. "The KVi.isv 8-15 p.m. Sermon. ine S'^::^?r raman who will V hostess at Friday naatnji Onas_ghaPpaL TFMPLE NER TAMID. 80th st. ant T^tum W.tsrw.y. Mod.rn Tr.dlIsraeli Diplomat At Dinner For Rabbi, Beth David Coming to Miami fort a special 'presenbati** • in honor f'f ( ,,'j o ta P c i n lqsi Ned Tamid Friday evening, and ff ** ^^JTlf "tVS will present two Ner Taraid! l re ,_-.. %  Ac %  ,.,-., ar imin Awards to Drake Regent and j ">> D..trrt A^. cml admn Dr. Lasker WUI Speak at Service DR. HARRY USKM Richard Nechtman. Dr. Lasker travels extensively throughout the United States, promoting relationships between the Boy Scouts of America and synagogues rabbinical groups, national Jewish Welfare Board, B'nai B'rith, and other national organizations that cooperate in meking Scouting available to the boys of America. He came to the National Council. Boy Scouts of America, in 1943 as assistant to the director of relationships. In June, 1944. he was appointed national director. Rabbi istrator of Jerusalem, he helped plan key projects which enabled the city to expand its industries, housing, and educational and cultural activities. He is a third generation Israeli, whose grandparents took part in the founding and development of Rosh Pina in Galilee and Petah Tikva in the Sharon Valley. Joint Service For Thanksgiving North Miami Jewish congregations will hold a joint annual Thanksgiving service on Thanksgiving Day. Beth fimeth Congregation will be host to Temple Sinai of North Dade, Monticello Park Jewish Congregation and North Dade Jewish p alc lllc „„„>,„„. -_ Center. Spiritual leaders of all j the Boy Scouts of Israel held on four congregations, Rabbi David. ML Carmel. W Herson, Beth Emeth, Rabbi, — gm SS Uo TeXi Temple Students Sinai, and Rabbi Henry Okolica. North Dade Jewish Center, ayill conduct the services. Rabbi Skop Will Offer Benediction Rabbi Morris A. Skop, spiritual Lasker is a member of i eac i er 0 f Temple Judea, Coral GaI_1>1 A ni>nn\KUr f\f A VY\ PFt • i • i* -I— A •** I* Civil i-f h h Miami Jewish congrega> Rabbi LasKer is a niemu > leader of Temple juaea, corai uawill hold a joint annual, the Rabbinical Assembly of Amer-: bles W JJJ participate in the fourth ;„ nn Thanksj ca anr j the New York Board of | annua i rededication of colors cereRabbis, mony of the Military Order of the In 1958 he visited Israel as diworld Wars, rector of the first American Scout contingent to Israel which participated in the National Jamboree of To Enact Play Temple Emanu-El Foundation Rabbi Okolica will speak n School sludtnU_wrU present a "Let Us be Thankful." Thanldgfvlrrg •W^P Ia £' f I t "he" Advisory Committee of the Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum, \ Thanksgiving Riddle' on Wednes"w !" ^ of Monticello Park, will render day morning, according to Rabbi j !" rd Army. This annual ceremony will be held Sunday, 2:30 p.m., at the Intra-mural Field north of and adjacent to the Army Reserve Center, 5600 San Amaro dr., at the University of Miami. A short address will be part of the observance, which can be viewed either from cars, or stands at the San Amaro dr. side of the field. Rabbi Skop will give the benediction. He is a member of ... .w..^l|,i> mv. p, ——-— CT musical selections. Also particiBernard Mussman, director of edpating will be Cantor Hyman Fine, ucation. of Beth Emeth. The Foundation School is an allThe service will commence at 11 ] day English and Hebrew school .. AW! % %  tha i ...;.L nM n i A tn Kt.lindiiol nrrii'rnm Growth of the annual ceremony has been widely acclaimed among military and religious organizations. Some 30 sets of colors are The service wil commence ai ii, day rJngusn ana neorcw a uuv j 7 „.,,„, a,,.,, m iii a .„T Following the service, the | w 4 a complete bi-Ungual program "V**** !" ^*^^ _": L ot.4~.u~wi ...ill sorvp *„_ i.;„,ira,rtMi first and second tary uniU in tnis area, as weu aa Beth Emeth Sisterhood will serve refreshments. tlenal. Rabbi Eugi tor Samuel Oomb r ent LabOvlU. Canlerg. TEMPLE SINA7"N0. MIAMI. 1210C NE ISth ave. Reform. Rabbi Bennc M. Wallach. TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB ; 5" Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabb Leo Helm. „__. FriJay 7:S0 p m .Sermon: When Pkther and Son Walk Together. Saturday 9 a.m. TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th st. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Jacob Qoldfarb Friday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: Three Wise Men." Katurday 9 am Bar Mitavah: Jay Barry, son of Mr. and Mrs Frank Kl.in TIFERETH ISRAEL. 9500 N. Mlarn ave Conservative. Rabbi Harry L. Lawrence Cant"' Albert Olantz. Friday 8:30 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. TORAH TEMPLE* ~12M West ave Traditional. Rabbi Abraham Casssi • YOUNG ISRAEL. 16750 NE 10th ave Orthodox. Rabbi Shrrwin Stauber. Friday 6:11 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "Moments of Owry ." ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44 Za mora ave. Conservative. Rabbi B. Leon Hurwltt. Cantor Meyer Qisser. for kindergarten, first and second grades, and is a fully accredited secular program. The children are being instructed by Mrs. Miriam P. Anisfeld, head Foundation School teacher, Mrs. Helen Taylor, Miss Eileen Hoppehfeld, and Mrs. Judith Saville. 'Moadon' Names Dr. Soroff Chief Dr. Nathaniel Soroff has been elected president of "Moadon," Hebrew-speaking group in Greater Miami. Also elected to office were David Freedman, honorary president; Rabbi S. Azuli, vice president; Haya Freedman, second vice president; Mrs. H. Sintor, correspondence secretary; Saul Porush, recording secretary. On the executive board are Dr. Heszel Klepfisz, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Perach-Kwitney, Mrs. Fania Soroff, Mrs. Zelda Liebman, Mrs. E. Krasno. tary units in this area, as well as from veteran and service organizations. i "" 1 I 1 ll 1 1 1 ( 1 M. NATHANIEL SOROFF



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Page 14-A Jf*lst>n€>rkMt*ri RECORD REVIEW: By HIIARY MrNPtrM The Sounds of Israel's Holy City Yours for Listem THE SOUNDS OF JERUSALEM. Produced, Edited and Narrated by Yehoda Lev. Technical Director, Yaakov Oar. Folkways Records FW 1552, 1-12" 331/3 rpm longplay. $5.95. COLKWAYS RECORDS adds to their already impressive lift of Israel and Jewish folk material with •The Sound* of Jerusalem," the result of a happy collaboration between an Israeli engineer, a young sabra named Yaakov Dar, and an expatriate New Yorker, Yehuda Lev. They do for Jerusalem what Tony Schwartz did for New York in "Sounds of My City" and "New York 19" (both Folkways records, incidentally). The record is literally enchanting. From its first moments—three o'clock in the morning in the Holy City, and a wakeful cock crowing somewhere far out in her seven hills— you can close your eyes and find yourself in another world. You hear the man who walks the streets of Jerusalem before sunrise, knocking on the doors of the congregation, calling in •T'fill-ahhh." For three thousand years, the narrator tells you. the Jews of Jerusalem have a metallic "boher tov." and barsak been summoned to morning prayer in this way. Over in ce, and, newsboys selling ik. _i the Old City, the Arab mi if cornea out^onto th e mi naret and intones his eryMo the Moslems; in order to record him, the authors had to wait for an east wind, to that the sound would carry to their tape machine microphone*. Aa Jerusalem wakes up. there are newsboys (their Arabic cursing "severely edited") and the opening program of Kol Israel, with the Exercise Man. After a few moments with an Arab tourist guide, the narrator speaks of the age of the city: "Jerusalem was two thousand year* old before David first saw the stronghold of Zion." Then you join a group of Hassidim. black-cloaked and fur-hatted, singing in the streets: "for what are nineteen centuries of dispersion to a people who reckon time in terms of eternity?" You hear the dear voices of the children. ing. skipping rope, arguing, in their fearless Hebrew with its marvelous combination of harshness and an almost Arabic liquidity. There is a parrot who manages Overseas Newsletter: By ELIAHU SALPETER Money Manipulators and Israel's Elections •JLSHAT WITH Lunik Jerusalem III somewhere between the earth and the moon, the Torry victory' in England and the elections at home competing for the headlines. Israelis still found time to get excited, involved and interested in various more down-to-earth matters. There was the Gruenwald affair, the first International Harp contest was held, something was wrong all over the country with the phone bills, the annual Bible Quiz was somewhat of a disappointment and then there were the rumors about the devaluation of the Israel pound. Mr. Gruenwald is a London lawyer, director of several companies belonging to the "Jasper Group," whose main activity seemed to be buying up 51 percent of shares of some companies, selling some of His Dream Came True fJICK WHITTINGTON, the English folk ballad recounts, came as a boy to London and was very disheartened. He packed his few belongings and his cat and started to leave when he heard a voice within himself calling: Turn around. Dick Whittington, Turn around. Dick Whittington, You will become Lord Mayor of London." I do not know whether Gershon Agron, late Mayor of Jerusalem, heard voices when he first came to that city telling him that some day he would become Mayor of Jerusalem. Who can tell what inner voices people hear' The chorus of inner voices is inaudible to the outsider There must have been a very powerful chorus of inner voices in Agron to persuade him to leave America and settle in Jerusalem in those days. Some twenty odd years ago I w-as in Jerusalem and someone-mavbe'it was mysvlf-askcd him if he didn't miss New York. He replied that a reporter from the New York World who blew into Jerusalem for a brief visit had put the same question to him and he had replied: -Yes. I miss New York but what shall I do-return to New York and sigh for Jerusalem or stay in Jerusalem and sigh for New York''" He had decided to sit in Jerusalem and long for New York. Happy are the people who long. To live without longing is like living on an earth without a sky It wasn't easy-for most people to settle'down and accept Jerusalem as home and destiny-at the time that Agron settled there. Now there is green grass and trees articles very rare in those days. Even a glass of water was not always easy to get. But the Jewish dream-the Jewish consciousness was strong in Agron and thereby hangs a tale TK I I LrT CeniS w th Mme *•" %  ** %  Tlie Agronskys in Philadelphia in the process of Americanization had decided to amputate the "sky" from the name. But Gershon felt this would be construed as an attempt to conceal Jewishness and he refused to go along. Then the years glide by and Israel is established, and everyone there resorts to name surgery. Now Gershon Agronsky decides to drop the "sky." To do so in Israel would no longer be contsmed as hiding the Jewish identity. The ironic consequence is that the Mayor of Jerusalem became Agron and the only one with the fuU name Agronsky is the well-known N.B.C. broadcaster. Martin Agronsky. whom millions hear every morning at breakfast. Agrons first visit to Israel was as a member of the Jewish Legion. He fought for the country and that helped him love it. You always love something you fight for He was happy there. He established an English language paper. It didn't have the large circulation other Jerusalem or Tel Aviv papers had but he was happy about that too. He was glad the paper wasn't too much of a success. He lived long enough to see the dream of his youth come true—the crude beginings emerge into the virile young Israel of today. their assets, obtaining further loans from building societies, buying up more companies, and selling their assets. However, some weeks ago their largest venture sofar. the simultaneous taking over of the Lintang Invest Corporation, owners of the largest apartment block in London, and one of the large British breweries, did not quite come off as the group failed to mobilize all the cash needed. As the affair became known, it began to rock the London Stock Exchange, particularly when it was learned that Mr Gruenwald suddenly left for Israel. Some $9,000,000— most of it money from one of the building associations—was allegedly left unaccounted for. The whole affair became the hottest issue in the British elections, as Labor charged the Conservatives with the responsibility for the lax regulations concerning take-overs. In Israel. Mr. Gruenwald— who arrived on a tourist visa—had gone into hiding but came out into the open later. The Israel press. indicated quite unanimously that Gruenwald was definitely an unwelcome guest. When another Londoner, a Mr. Gladstone, who allegedly jumped bail while under investigation for fraud charges, suddenly also appeared as a "tourist" in Israel it was just too much, and the Minister of Interior, Israel Bar-Yehuda, cancelled the visas of both of them. Mr. Gruenwald returned to Britain "to clear my name." as he put it at the airport, but Mr. Gladstone chose to apply for immigrant status, which would give him citizenship rights and make him fairly well protected against extradition to England. When the police tried to obtain an expulsion order against him before his immigration application was approved, he appealed to the Supreme Court and obtained an order restraining the government from expelling him pending decision on his immigration application. r All this was again the subject of discussion m ISI^'-.K A ,0 Mr Gru >wald. >me editorials criticized the government, pointing out that he was not yet charged by any English court, and therefore cancelling his visa reflected an unwelcome sensiSdU„e'7h ,t thC R >im ,hmk Bu for M' uoKbtone. the question went deeper: it mav be that that R ." r r \ m m !" !" us; should this mean Jew ,n1pL\ UW f Re Urn wh,ch grantee, 'very Jew. unless he is a convicted criminal or an incurturn ,^ • ,h ^ ,0 emi !" e.to Israel wTld he gn I S h n a ?he n, refUgC f0r P 6 !" 5 • *hom Between You and Me: place, and newahoy, selling lhe Vf^ • I ^•--fth^.an^g/,^^ The mimic aa the second .w. —• congregation singing the familiiT^S We Have in Jeshue." through Chrul"' "* %  ~r*c. a Yemenite wedding^"l** Srmtchg f popular Israel, songTmift" As a technical feat, the retort* B on-the-spot tape, teed to crack. esSi" ly. the record surface is exceDtkm.iu*'*, pecj.l.y wide-range .-dm^SKJ crackle or surface clicks to MT^LT enjoyment. Of necessity. Mr Ley ""* tion than on the New York records £?,' grated with the material and beautifXi* The record is study in contrasU-Ezi and non-Jewish worship, old Jews andwL/J guage and music, the most mundinf JT*f most awesome divinity. To the Amerkinb2 comparison will be inescapable As the en* ence takes over, the pull between the DOU, Gunon called "the schizophrenia of the grows stronger and stronger Krom the fi the record, when the birds twitter in the who are singing in Jerusalem-one's own drop away, and there will be those who will hard to remember why they are here. United Nations listening P ost: By SAUC How Many Rel [ UaaeeM JUST AS THE inaail Mat! j ** Arab refugee problem k*| up steam this year, a c [on the issue has come the fraud with which the I has been wrapped for vein [has been practiced by the Aj I whose hearts bleed ss prohabi, miserable Arabs — the very men, wooes m whose misery is perpetuated by Arab leaden i tragic sufferers as • political weapon agaust I the United Nations is not without blame Ik I tions Relief and Works Agency for Palestine i consistently accepted the statistics provided! governments.. Now a neutral source has sively bow phony those figures are. The latest UNRWA report states that, HI 1958, there were supposed to have beea LOCI ed refugees "entitled" to help. True. ITWi footnote explaining candidly that these sUti1 necessarily show the actual refugee popuUoar factors such as the high rate of unreported do* tected false registrations, etc." But the e*l currently being aired with a great deal of heat, a that figure of more than a million reroSMt. truth is out: As of June. 1958. the number of geouiKi not exceed 548.610. Thus the I NRWA fiflw lowing for whatever small "natural increase have occurred in the year 1958-58-list hns twice as many refugees as they should list r "entitled" to relief. The new study, published in London by th' house of MacGibbon & Kee. was m**^' scholar. Dr. Walter Pinner, profewr of Halle-Wittneberg University. Entitled "Hoi gees?" the work is a critical study of l ^' B '*jL| tistics. and an examination of many other rp figures published under the British Masai 1 ment and other figures whose authenticity cw tioned since, if anything, they lean toward*' BORIS SMOUft Big Corporations Shun Hiring Jewish Exe %  pe A.SENCI OF Jews from execu>„A 1 P s,Uo >n the major American The Am eVe OPln f n l"*^' t.ve meeting and „ now determined concentrate on breaking this taJlfi Uie Harvard Business School the AJP s. instituting ,wo-fold study project cruiting practices of the larse E£~? ermine the reindustrial career ^^SS^SSSM^ "* "** remarkable that PitXrgtTTr^ P j tt b ^lered th, in*.-..;.. J^r 811 • .** which where there is almost a complete a^enT^ ** -tie. portion, i. .„ch .£ £££?£!"• ~ —i .< AI — .„,.,., "wwnes there as the UA And it iiuereating that these twe Steel and Alcoa. porations do their recruiting from &*•* | and the University of Pennsylvania. 40 I*"*" student bodies are Jewish. Interesting also is the fact that <**"£ have quite a substantial number of Jew*" nevertheless they stand out among the Prises which have practically no J* This is sis* true with regard to


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20. 1959 +Jen is! fk>rMian Page 15-A i NOTICE COURT OF THE BTAL CIRCUIT OF ND FOR DADE CHANCERY, C10083 WON, 1% "BROCK. 3K, PUBLICATION _JOCK Nth Street Florida JBRHHY NOTIFIED pfor Mortgage Foieflled against you. ted to serve a copy pleading lo the miffs 1 attorney, M. Suite 1404, Btsaml. Florida; and niwtr or pleading he Clerk of the ClrJefore the 4th day of [ If you full to do no, (fault will be taken the relief demanded DRDERED at Miami, day of November, L.TIIKRMAN, Clerk. T>ade <'ounty, Florida JOAN SNEEDBN. Deputy Clerk. 11/6-U-20-27 _HT COURT OF THE iDICiAL CIRCUIT OF AND FOR DADE rN CHANCERY, MC106O6 rmsM TO APPEAR 31.KR Jth Street JN.Y. [HEREBY NOTIFIED BY HENRY LEONARD LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTU'K IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the flccufnua a* SAM I'.INA OF MIAMI at 316 N.W. Htb Street, Miami, Forida Intends to register said name with the Clerk of ^tiift Cdjcuit'Court of Dude Count.*, Florida. TOW EMBROIDERY WORKS', INC. Milton Tow, President MARVIN I. WIENER nil Alnaley Bide, Miami 32, Fla. Attorney for Sandrlna of Miami 11/13-20-27, 12/4 "Instead of a motor-boat for my Bar Mitzvah. Dad, I'd prefer a set of the Talmud." NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTU'K IS HEREBY G1VKIN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of CANDBE CANE VARIETIES at 17600 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach, Hi intends to register said name with tin Clark of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. TOMAO CORP. (a Fla. Corp.) Irving M. Finn 11/1S-20-27. 12/4 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in HEItKBY. NUTIKIKU business under the fictitious name of Mvorce has been filed JOHNS AUTO RADIATOR SERVICE the alsjve styled Court, at 3274 N.W. 54th Street. Miami inIBQl.'IRED to serve a tends to register Mid name with the — ., i, %  ..>• ..— ntttnr ..li.ii.l_ 'I...... .._ %  _. ,'IB,.MI> ^..< %  ••* nf T~-n(.A swer or other pleadntiff's attorney, AR'L1EB, 820 N.E. Secjmi, Florida, and to Answer In the office %  r 1 of tinabove styled Before the 18th day of ^ otherwise, the allegapmplaint will be taken Kami, Florida, this 4th |er. II KTHERMAN, Clerk, l >ade County, Florida By: K. M. 1.YMA.N. Deputy Clerk 11/6-13-20-27 AY PUBLICATION BUIT COURT OF THE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF IN AND FOR DADE IN CHANCERY, |0. WC10375 [>N BISHOP ifimn HI I'-KIi' i MIIU ii'imc .i IWI *w Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. DAVELIN, INC. HENRY NORTON Attorney for Applicant 1406 Biscayne Building 11/6-13-20-27 It. glSE BISHOP FC-R DIVORCE LOUISE BISHOP iby notified that a BUI tor Divorce has been bjrou, and you are rea copy of your Answer the Bill of Complaint %  Attorney, Martin S. krenty-flrst Street, Ml-lorlda and file the originPleading In the office lot the Circuit Court on i 7ih day of December, (all to do so. Judgment III be taken against yon demanded In the Hill "shall be published once t four consecutive weeks PISH FI.ORIDIAN. J ORDERED at Miami. 4th day of November, WEATHERMAN, cierk. Irt, Pade County, Florida By: JOAN BNRBDEN, Deputy Clerk 11/6-13-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious nap f Gouhuud de Paris at 543 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. LILLIAN BRAN I "T. INC. a Fla. Corp. ELI HREOBR Attorney for Applicant 420 Lincoln Road „,,.„...„ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of FALLSBL'RG RESORT SHOP at 441 Arthur Qodfrew Road Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. WILLIAM SPIELMAN 11/13-20-27, 12/4 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS^ Jewish fk#dliann solicits you* legal rtotices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates DM IK 3-4605 lor messenger service LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 59C 9274 ELINOR L. LUCEWICH, Plaintiff. JOSEPH LUCEWICH. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION You, JOSEPH LUCEWICH, Corner of Curlock Avenue and Brace Avenue, Perth Amboy, New Jersey, are required to file your answer to the complaint of divorce with the Clerk of the above Court and serve a copy thereof upon Herman Cohen, Attorney, 1305 Congress Building, Miami, Florida, on or before December 7, 1939, or else complaint will be taken us confessed. Dated November 3rd, 19*19 B B I.EATHKRMAN. Clerk, 1,1 Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida TV Receiver Sales Hit High After a slow first quarter, retail sales of black-and-white television receivers experienced sharp yearto-year gains. Sales in the JuneAugust period were some 29 percent larger than a year before. For 1959, sales are estimated at around 5,900,000 units, against 5,140,082 in 1958, according to Standard and Poor's Corp. Factory production for 1959 will probably exceed retail volume somewhat, possibly amounting to 6,050,000 sets, compared with 4,920,428 in 1958. Although this necessarily would mean a rise in total inventories, an increase of the magnitude indicated by the foregoing figures would be justified by the improved demand. Outlook for Radios Promising Sales of domestically produced home (table, console, radio-phonograph), clock and portable radios in 1930 should easily surpass 9,000,000 units, after falling to 8,631,344 sets in 1958 from 9,721,285 the year before. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that •he undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of FLOORS WITH A FLAIR at Dade County, Florida Intends to register -aid name with the Clerk of the Clr:uit Court of Dade County, Florida. THE TILE MAN. INC. a Fla. Corp., Sole Owner SIDNEY EFRONSON Mlornev for Applicant 241 Security Trust Hide. 10/30. 11/1-13-2" NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN-that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of RONDEN ENTERPRISES at 730 1st Ave., Miami Beach, Fla., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. „ AMERICAN FRUIT PURVEYORS INC., a Florida corporation By: Harry Sturm. President TALIANOFF & WALLER Att rneyB 11/6-13-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of HARRY LEVY & ASSOCIATES at 1101 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Fla., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HARRY LEVY ARTHUR G. GOTTLIEB Attorney for Applicant 820 N.E. 2nd Ave. n/6 13 20 27 LEGAL NOTICC BY PUBLICATION %  CUIT COURT OF THE %  J UDICIAL CIRCUIT OF [ IN AND FOR DADE IN CHANCERY, [No, 59C 10425 IRLES SHAFRANEK gARY SHAFRANEK FOR DIVORCE MARY SHAFRANEK IB Avenue Connecticut IBSA MARY SHAFRA•ebv notified that a BUI for 1 Mvorce has been you. and you are reJre a copy of your Answer [to the Bill of Complaint fcttff's Attorney, Leonard 19 Blscayna Blvd., Florida and file the _*er or Plea ling In the BClerk of the Circuit Court JRle th day of December, i fall to do so. Judgment 111 be taken against you demanded in the Bill _. ORDERED at Miami. 2nd day of November. EATHERMAN, Clerk. -_rt. Dade County, Florida [By: JOAN SNEEDBN. Deputy Clerk. LI.. KIM DAM. %  Blvd. Florida Plaintiff 11/6-13-20-27 (Mat) By: JOAN SNEEDBN, Deputy Clerk ll/i-U-X-Xl NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE! is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to .image In business ler the fictitious name oj BHOWARD VISION SER\ U E at Mb N. Federal Highway, |t. Lauderdalc. I-la., intends to register said name with the Clara ot uCircuit t ourt oi Dade County, Florida. lu3lBAJlD ItKIOEL & TE1TELMAN Attorneys for Applicant 04 Biscay..* Blug. u/6 ., 3 .20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fletltloua name of MICKEY'S BAR & PACKAGE BTORE at ^ iii> S.W. 17th Avenue, Miami, Fla., Intends to register mid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. .,,,,,, BUCKET'S INC. OF MIAMI (*. Fla. Corp.) KESSLER & GAItS Attorneys for Applicant ,998 8.W. 1st Street ..,.,_„.„_ ,„, DTICE UNDER rflOU8 NAME LAW IB HEREBY GIVEN that Ted, desiring to engage In K-r the fictitious name* of mM, LTD. and FUN|LU MEN'S SHOP at Dade fls to register said game of the Circuit Court ,ntv, Florida. „._ SHIONS ; LTD., INC Bernstein. President A WALLER 11/S-13-W-27 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION ;N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No, 5C eU- STELLA P.EHAK, Plaintiff, vs. SIMON BEHAR, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: Simon Behar, 2W1 Grand Avenue, Bronx, New York. ^ You. SIMON BEHAR, are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for luvorS ha. been filed against you and vou are required to serve a copy ot yoSr Answer or Pleading o he Bill of Complaint on he plaintiff s Attorney, HERBERT C. ZE.MEL, 420 I Hu-oln Road. Miami Beach 39. Floridaand m"the original Answer or •leading In the office of the Circuit mm&m '"THS i ro! l ,c: ,, ,hV." b e B 'pub..shed once •aJh week 'or four consecutlye weeks nSridif tinu. • < October A •"• E 59 B DEATHKHMAN, Clerk Circuit Court. Dade County^* HERBERT C. ZEMEL itn Lincoln Road Miami Beach 39. Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 11/8 1 ,. ao ., 7 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV. IN CHANCERY, No. 59C10446 IOHN C. AI'.EAR, and ADA G. IBEAR, Ms wife. Plaintiffs. vs. ELLA M. MILLER, etc et al, Defendants. ORDER TO APPEAR TO: Ella M. Miller, If single jmd If married than she ami her husband whose names are unknown. If living and If dead their unknown heirs, delegates*) or grantees. Almee I. I. Boott, an I .1. U. Boott, her husband. If living and If dead, their unknown heirs, devisees, legatees, or grantees; M. c Hawes, and if married Hawes. his Wire, If living and If dead, their unknown heirs, devisees, legatees, or grantees; HarryCohen and If married Cohen. his wife, if living and if dead their unknown heirs, devisees, legatees, or grantees, creditors, trustees, or other parties whether natural or corporate, claiming Interests by. through under %  >r against said parties defendant or otherwise, and also nil persons having or claiming any Interests in the following described lands, situate, .lying and being in Dade County. Florida, %  ""Lot 7. Block 4. TWELFTH STREET MANORS. 3rd SECTION. u Subdivision according to the Plat thereof recorded In Pint Book 6. nt Page 162 of the Public Records of Dade Cm.ntv. Florida" YOU AND EACH OF YOU. are hereby required to serve a copy of your answer to the Complaint to Quiet Title on plaintiffs Attorney SM cnlumet Bldg., Miami. Fla., on or before the 7th day of December. i'i',9 and file the original with the Cterk of this Court otherwise the allegations of said complaint will i* taken as confessed by you and each Dated this 3rd day of Novemlier. 19 9 R. B. I.EATHKRMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida Deputv Clerk (seal! By: K. M l.YMAN. (8eaU 11/6-13-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under Ihe fictitious name of CAROL FASHIONS at Dade County. Florida intends to register said name with the Cleik of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. EDWARD A. AZHN Sole Owner BIDNEY EFRONSON Attorney lor Applicant S5 scni.y Trust ^ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of FORD VENETIAN BUND •.WINDOW SPECIALISTS al 32119 N. W .th Street, Miami U, Florida intends to register said name with the CJerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Fn r da WILLIAM STI'RMAN Sole Owner HERMAN I. BRET AN Attorney for owner 16 S.W. 1st Avenue „„.„.,*. ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE FINANCrNG WAREHOUSE LOANS FACTORING EQUIPMENT FINANCING COMMERCIAL PAPER Phone: TUxedo 8-7551 4309 N.W. 36th Street Miami Spring*, Florida H. S. GRUBER PRESIDENT GEORGE J. TALIANOFF CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engare In business under the fictitious name of OLD WEST KIDDIE DARK at 9241 E Bay Harbor Drive, B*v Harbor Island," Fla., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of theCircuit Court of Dade County, Florida. FUN SPOTS OF MIAMI. INC. rallot, Silver. Pallet. Stern & .Mints Attorneys for Applicant 701 Congress Bldg. ^_„„.„., NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th*t the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of KU.KIDA SUNSHINE KSTATE at 13715 Blscayne Boulevard. Miami. Florida Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Bade County. Florida. LYNJAY, INC. a Fla. CorpLAURENCE DISK IN Attorney for OWL 1,40 N*. l*rd Stre.t n/:o IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUFT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 59C 3682-K-Prunty ASKNATH FItlSHMAN. Plaintiff, SEYMOUR FRISHMAN. Defendant. „,, NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO: SEYMOUR FRISHMAN Defendant 514 North 14th Street T,HU Vegas. Nevada YOU ARE HKREBt N< 'TIKI BO that the Final Decree of Divorce dated August 3, 1W entered in the above styled cause has been %  ••?• and that the plaintiff, ASKNATH FRISHMAN, has been permitted to file this new Notice of Publication ^instituting said suit. 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Page IB-A •JeHUtncrkltori Friday, Jews of North Africa Fared Well Under Vichy Continued from Page '-A portrayed in emotional letters from U.S. Jewish leaders to the State Department. Working quietly, he did what he could to alleviate anti-Jewish pressures. He nevertheless came under personal attack from Jews in America. He made this observation philosophically, without a trace of bitterness or resentment. Mr. Murphy cited the cat* of a U.S. Army captain of Jewish fairh. Tho captain had spent only three weeks in North Africa when ho dispatched an excited complaint to Mr. Murphy about "Viehyitm ard conditions in tho Melleh." Vichy had not croatod Iho Mollah. Jews woro living there for hundroda of yeoca. North Africa was the first battleground where American and German troops met. An estimated 330.000 North African Jews welcomed the Amencio landing on Nov. 7. 1SM2. But their hopes were not completery fulfilled Vichy decrees were ate gradually abrogated. Both President Roosevelt and Gen. Eisenhower i-a lied for early abolition of antiJewish measureWhen Adm. Jean Darlan be* %  1 1 ^^A % %  4 ^1 •A Mi 1 law came thief of State in French Africa the Jewish question re mained pending. Darlans asaaasinaiion left the situation obscure His succeaaor. Gen. Henri Giraud. restored some, but not all. rights to Jew* He did this despite machinations of Ada propagandists who tried to stir up the Arab population by spreading the idea that Moslems would be dominated by Jews unless the Nazis were victorious. Some Jewish properties were returned. Jewish community schools received government subsidies. Jews were enrolled in colleges although on a quota basis. The French Army opened its ranks to Jews. But January'. 1M3 found the situation such that Harold MacMUlan, then British Minister in North Africa, felt justified in stating that "the attitude toward the Jews must be changed because the present attitude wiH never bo acceptable to the British and American people> American Jewish groups were alarmed that month to learn of the appoirtment of Marcel Peyroulon as Governor General of Algeria. His past record, as the Vichy Minister of the Interior, and, earlier, as Secretary-General of Algeria in 1930, indicated ho might retain anti-Jewish measures under a pretext that liberal iiation wawM causa Are* dieterb ances. On the scene at the time, Mr Murphy was attacked for "expediency*' and "appeasement" in connection with the Peyrouton appointment. Mr. Murphy recalled that the appointment figured in the normalization of Franco American relations in North Afriee 1st* Mid that Peyrouton proved to be free of anti Semitism. Two months after Peyrouton was named. Gen. Giraud formally severed all ccaanectiens with Vichy and Marshal Petain. He declared Vichy regulations not valid in French North Africa Simultaneously, he confiscated the Journal Officiel which published Vichy's anti-Jewish decrees. He dismissed Vichy officials. In receipt of reports from Mr. Murphy, Sumner Welles (then Undersecretary of State) hailed Gen. Giraud's action as a return to the principles of individual liberty that made Franco great. Even the Free French hesitantly admitted] It was a significant step in the right direction. Meanwhile. Mr. Murphy rehnna i %  Van] ce 'vedim, ( Writta were fori vestiges i < Mr.: ">• and ""> to eualj nation. struggling 743 %  "aneuveriq Frail from Vichj ^ ca mp. In Mr a/ 1 the Jewiihj^ *• neitker i, ,1 as was thee* j"_ Tbere is J! M n*ydiBn3 and con/used a „ J as lndrtidualj-Jl In France a* £! clear that bt JS lives. ••wayi beHtnlal Jawish Statt aa^j Palestine. IUHH| found him and helpful, one of Mr. U tions as a dipieaa] involye anti-Jndj] turn. Be sill *dent Eisenhowffil ifamiliar notolj| I of Nn11 problem? but is i Morocco's latest; anti-Jewish Federation's publicity department receives first-place award at the General Assembly of the CJFWF in San Frcmcinco. President Sam J. Heiman (riqht) accepts the citation from I. D. Fink, of Minneapolis, chairman of the CJFWF publicity awards committee, at the closing session of the asaembly. Federation P. R. Award in Frisco SAN FRANCISCO—The Greater Miami Jewish Federation Sunday won a national award lor the best single 1959 interpretation entry in a nationwide exhib.t at the 28th general assembly of -the Council of Jewish Federations and Wei fare Funds. The presentation througn news paper media took top honors as the outstanding large city antr) in the Community Interpretation Exhibit held at the assembly. Presentation of the award was made by I. D. Fink, of Minneapo'.'*! ch lrm n of the CJFWF publicity awards committee, at the closing session of the assembly, attended by more than l,e* communal leaders from a 11 parts of the United States and Canada. Sam J. Heiman, president, accepted the citation on behalf of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. The award to Miami was one of 20 presented to large, intermedi ate and small cities in six categories based on community and year-round interpretation materials, and the best community newspaper. The Council of Jewish Federa tions and Welfare Funds is the na tional association of 216 Jewish federations and welfare funds, representing 800 communities throughout the United States and i Canada. Charles R. Jacobson is director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation publicity department. I i When you open a savings account at either of Flagler Federal's two conven-; lent offices you'll receive one of these beautiful gifts* Free. ./•*. WITH NEW ACCOUNTS OF 250 OR MORE 1. 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. u tL W oman s "World Dr. Meyer Eggnatz is off to Mexico Mrs. ggnatz is off to New York They'll both meet Lake Charles, La., for dinner with their daughfcr and son-in-law, as well as the two grandchildHen ... No cranberries "Where have you Jtaken me lately?" asked Esther Rubin And so Bhe and husband Donald are leaving on the Fran^dies cruise Mrs. Albert (Flo) Comanor, pres%  nic League, and what lovely ceramic items she cia Kanner will long remember Armistice Day round town for a Chanuka present for husband [trips in three years for Max Schwartz, just back I tour around the world They'd better hurry f to the moon ^amazing his friends by using a walker just ten i and broke his hip ... No wonder no answer [.'. Mrs. Isaac Levin's up in Baltimore visiting her Hectic barely describes the swim-barbecue at \ Gerlman home the other night ... It was son i howl—along with the All Miami Youth Symphony, issburg founded and conducts ... So, Paul StrassKatz came to give Richard a helping hand ty of longhair and pop records, with Bill Reskin his aunt, noted violinist Joan Field. lian columnist Samuel G. Kling intended spcnd[in New York and Baltimore—even got two guest in for him Then there was that dive into D1, where he and Mrs. K. live—and Sam punctured wound up with grippe ... So Sadie attended the >elors conference in Gothan Town and read a paper tthe occasion Friends of Einor Lyth remember icquet Club, and are now saying hello at the Derby blvd. Embers: Dr. and Mrs. Robert Rosenblum ussins are busy entertaining New York publisher [and world-famous photographer Weegee He's story of senior citizens at the Blackstone hotel, Ped to appear in the forthcoming "Weegee's Creative Incidentally, call Weegee Arthur Fellig, and he'll litzvah of Steven Weinstock was the occasion of a I. by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Weinlay, Nov. 7, at the Algiers hotel Among guests rial grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. William Weinstock, Isle, who just returned from a European and Israel Mrs. Louis Sonin, Normandy Isle, maternal grandRay Bash, Great Neck, N.Y.; and Mr. and Mrs. [of Rutherford, N.J. The Weinstocks, of 60 NE "Miami, have another son, Michael, 16 Mrs. W. of the early childhood development program at the Irs. Abraham Serotkin. 2171 SW 17th st., celebrated Jding anniversary, with a reception Sunday at the Ice hotel The Serotkins have two children. Louis (Anne) Fink, of Nover, N.J., and two grandchildren ^their families were among the more than 100 guests rl, bandmaster of Hialeah's Henry H. Filer Junior one of the 90 top-flight bandmasters throughout the been picked to play in the fifth annual All-Amcrican Band in Chicago at the Sherman hotel Dec. 8 through }nd will be conducted by Morton Gould, no stranger concert-goers Jesse, wife Suzanne, and their 1, Steven and Jeffrey, live in Virginia Gardens. IMC kend was one to end them all Mrs. Charles (Audsin was chairman of the Miami Homecoming alum Laron Farr played and sang with his fellow-trio memago Nostalgic memories of "Mississippi Mud" jy Dreams" ... In a remembering mood: Inez Krening Alpha Epsilon Phi's national president, Mrs. Iberger, at her home for dinner ... [weekend: Panhellenic's glamorous lunncheon for the fling the Panhellenic conference at Boca Raton, with a Phi, Iota Alpha Pi, Sigma Delta Tau, Phi Sigma £)elta Phi Epsilon well represented by Mrs. Jackie Jorton Grant, Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, Mrs. Alexander | Erwin P. Hoffman, and Mrs. Arthur Clark jidst of it all at the Eden Roc began trooping dele•ational Federation of Temple Sisterhoods convention, opold (Betty) Schwartz and Mrs. Aaron (Marcella) : the brigade. 1 for his annual season visit at the Eden Roc is 82Hes Rosenthal, founder of Riverside Memorial Chapels e accompanied by Mrs. R. Charles, still active ent several months in Israel last summer He rethe opening of the new library at Brandeis Uni. he is a scholarship donor ... The Rosenthals, who ained by Irv and Lil Blasberg, 5915 La Gorce dr., durhere,-have been coming to Miami Beach regularly lies, one of the world's top ten bridge players, houseliami with another name of fair repute in bridge— Esther Rosner back from visiting her parents t, N.J., and joining husband David, of Sterling hotel of bathtub gin, faint memories of the Charlestonre the Roaring Twenties, all set up at the Diplomat with 100 women sporting wigs, feathers, long earatas-type headbands, and knee-length sheer dresses were Mrs. Irving Cohen, Mrs. Norman Arkm and Veinkle Guests included Marjorie Cohen's broJ and Leonard (Food Fair) Friedland, together with ... Also Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Goldstein, Dr. Wilfred David Harris and fiancee Barbara Kaplan. 1 cJewisli Floridian Miami, Florida, Friday, November 20, 1959 Section B Turning out for the Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Auxiliary Ball at the Everglades hotel Saturday were these civic, social and medical leaders of Dade county. Top photo (left to right) are Dr. and Mrs. Morton M. Halpern, Cedars of Lebanon president; and Dr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Levin, Auxiliary president. Center photo (left to right) are Col. and Mrs. N. B. Rood, campaign co-chairman with David Stuzin and Harold Thurman of the hospital's $2,450,000 building fund campaign; and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Stevens, both civic and philanthropic personalities here. Photo below are (left to right) Mr. and Mrs. Sam Luby, sr., co-chairman with Abe Aronovitz of the campaign; and Dr. and Mrs. Frank Cole, advisory board member. The inaugural followed by six days the Cedars of Lebanon groundbreaking at NW 12th ave. and 14th st. (See 'Charmingly Yours,' Page 9-B). Book Review Series Resumes Miami Beach chapter ot Hadassah will launch its annual book review series at a "welcome back" coffee Monday noon at the Algiers hotel. Launching the 13th year of the series will be Mrs. I. M. Weinstein. "Theodor Herzl," by Dr. Alex Bein, will be the subject of the book review session in honor of Jewish Book Month, which starts Friday. Proceeds of the luncheon will be used for vocational education in Israel. Mrs. Philip Thau is chairman of the book review project. Committee includes Mesdames Ben Zeigmund, Harry Platoff, J. Entine, David Reinwald, Nathan Bushman, Philip Somatt, Nat Teller, Maurice Collegeman, David Levine, Anna Weiss, David Denncr. Frank Gurtov, Aaron Tepper and Isaac Weinburger. The review series of five sessions is scheduled through April, 1960. Bayshore Club Gives Cobalt Unit Bayshore Exchange Club of Miami Eeach, through its president, Harcld Rubin, presented a check for $500 to Mrs. Micky Kraus, president of the Women's Cancer League of Miami Beach, at a luncheon meeting at the Monte Carlo hotel on Friday. The money will go toward the purchase of the $50,000 Cobalt Machine for Mt. Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami, which the Women's Cancer League of Miami Beach has pledged to raise. The Damon Runyon Cancer Foundation, represented by Mrs. Robert Z. Green, recently presented the Women's Cancer League with a check for $5,000 towards the machine, and has promised to match dollar for dollar what the League collects for its purchase. The machine is one of the latest methods of treating cancer patients with X-ray therapy. Women Form Service Council A Community Service Council to provide womanpower for important local activity will be organized by the Federation of Jewish Women's Organizations. Mrs. Milton Sirkin, FJWO vice president in charge of community services, held the first gathering for members of the council on Tuesday at the Greater Miami Jewish Federation offices. Steering committee consisted of a number of presidents and board members who will invite their membership to volunteer in the current United Fund campaign and in the Combined Jewish Appeal beginning January, 1960. "One of the functions of the Federation of Jewish Women's Organizations is to coordinate community volunteer service whereever possible," said Mrs. Sirkin. We hope through this process to unite the womanpower of the Jewish organizations for maximum community participation." Pioneer Women Slate Functions Bcba Idelson Club of Pioneer Women is sponsoring its first Oneg Shabbat on Saturday afternoon, Nov. 28, at the home of Mrs. Jacob Cossow, 4222 Trouville Esplanade. Mrs. Israel Offenhenden, president, announced that the event is open to all Pioneer Women and their friends. Cultural program has been prepared by Mrs. Herschel Yanish, chairman. Kadimah chapter is holding a card party for members and friends on Sunday evening at the Ocean Ranch hotel. Mrs. Ceil Segal is allocating proceeds to Moetzet Hapoalot. • • • Coral Gables chapter, Mrs. Paul Berlin, president, is having a novel package party on Sunday evening, Nov. 29, at Zamora Jewish Center. Funds are earmarked for Child Rescue, according to Mrs. Z. Levine, chairman. • • Mrs. Joseph Krantz, president of Club 1, has announced the club's ninth annual dinner at the Royal Hungarian restaurant on Wednesday at 6 p.m. Chairman is Mrs. Henry Seitlin. Rabbi Max Shapiro will be guest speaker. Entertainment will be by Phil Nashkin. Proceeds are for Moetzet Hapoalot.



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Page 2-D -JmlstntrSdXM Friday, Preparing for the Diplomatic Ball to welcome Israel's Ambassador to the United States. Avraham Harmon, on Saturday evening Dec. 5. at the Fontainbleau hotel are members of the corps ot diplomatic hostesses. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Samuel T. Scpiro and Mrs. Bernard Kaplan. Standing (left to right] are Mrs. Carl Rafey and Mrs. Samuel Oritt. Grand hostess is Mrs. Jack Katzman. Mrs. Kattman and Mrs. Max Weia. chairman of the Women's Division for Israel Bonds, announced that 100 members of the division will serve as diploic hostesses. tor the Kent in Honey 4 ahvs HOLLAND HONEY CAKES NONE BETTER. THE GENUINE ALL-HONEY CAKE. NO FATS or SUGAR. Also WITH or WITHOUT FRUIT. Also Available Without Salt. Mad* by HOLLAND HONEY CAKE CO. Holknd, MkMfm of course! A "hoimithe" standby ... for old-tim v good Kasha Vameshkes, Kasha Knishes, and ether treats. Loss than J* a serving I Ate mm Wo*T. CK^ UO-4 (—..) .. Wmt.**m,-HGn^r...Wmr,lam,imm. Sand for HtB KASHA COOK ROOK: fHTUB OXHW, P— Tan. N.. Yfc lASHAwivs^ 5S j*yj& LEVINSON S FOOD SPECIALTIES. fnluOvt OWnkgWn 1OS0 E. 17th STREET. MIALEAH. FLA. — PHONE TU 71ST1 ON SALE AT PIBLIX SIPER MARKETS In Miami it's FLORIDA-FOREMOST DAIRIES ft Home Dtfhrtry Phone FR 4-2621 The groat name in dal'y products %  RANK J. HOLT, Maoaget Hostesses Learn Ball Protocol | A COITW of 100 diplomatic fa i B8S ui In Ihe gala protte nwwjijt. 1 welcoming IfrUli n* Ambassador Avraham Harman. to the United States on Saturday evening. p e ft, in the Fontaincblcau hotel. || Na< announced by Mrs. Max. Weitx. chairman of the Iiwacl Bond Women's Division, and Mrs. Jack Katzman. grand diplomatic, hostess. At separate meetings scheduled. for Thurday and Friday, prospec tive haatenea were to be briefed on diplomatic protocol and their, duties at the ball. One meeting mi to be held Thursday at the home of Mrs. Frances Entine. and the second is slated Friday at the. home of Mrs. Katzman. | Among members of the corps of, diplomatic hostesses (in forma-. tioni named by Mrs. Katiman are -_£^ A Left to right ox. Ma. Arthur Bergman Mil H^ lam, nm it.i.in*r. !" OTr ***uck and Mra. Joseph Shapiro, Hebrew Acadaati ^i^vLS^%^^STTSSi dent. They ore ctxrhairmen of the Ida AwlJ .-..h,n Marria t\p*r. A.ron Cour-1 Baj)k Foundation, which held its annual] Mi. 11. Ihiiilrl < ravltt. ..*.. 1 ... -*"""t_ M.^i.mr. sam F. Panris. afax I week. The women a group has pledged NMJ iJ*d V, 'l^^'r>."ncr. B£ I Ida Appel Memorial Auditorium, which wffl bq :: %  R~rd A, Kr" Hebrew Academy', new school facilities to b. near future. Sisterhood Slates Member Temple Tifercth Jacob Sister hood will lve a member-hip af fair on Monday evening at the 11 \I.I 111 rMrmtn Lo Crlvan. Martin l^.uli* Ulaaawr. llrrnard QoM1„ rv OoMman, MIM Rather Iman. Ml Ulllan <: I m • n j dtnan, t'harlra QottUab. ...rt. Jrnnlr < iroaatnxw. ham 'Jrunhm. Janrlte Oattrrmn Trudy HaitK-rw hlax. aturray Xwlimi'i IVrnard Kaplan. Marvell* ,,-k K.iuinan. Mla Aw-1 la TBIDpIC. Katiman. Sanf.-r.l Kan, lni Kr.-ninamaa. Laoa Kiwi' The erenmg will be under the !r\in I.. Raphael Uwt, wll1 „ —--.1— ^. j-_ B l.nhine Ham 1 l.ni.air. j_Mh direction of Mrs. josepnine Mam .. irviijt : mel, vlee president in charge < f %  "i o a.>cinlwwp c -.ho will be as-HI. hy Mrs: Harry Baseman. An .nr Padawar. t^aonard rnal musical skit will be ores' "• iviimm IM .lit* "ita>rti^t Carousel" written Ham PI. W. Mlrla.M **"• TISI*rnaan carousel. ~ r """ i:-Mia. by Mrs Louis Bernstein. Partui Itlfkln. Paul Rlmmflr. Yaakov _.,:_ i_ ,k. n ,,,• u -i)l Kj, • .. r j,,,,, patina In tho shit will be MC • Mir Roatnrk, M.^ri. R.*^m. Harry damoa Harry Beck. Philip Begun Ruth Brower. Leon Dorson Joseph .iinul T Raplro. Mario Schram, GrOSS. Charles KiTSCh. Philip L) u^on srhrrMwr. IVJVM s^rnaa^r. n,ron Albert Levite. Joseph New S Shapiro. Jnai.h ShajUr... Ja "'"• !" '" ,r *^' • J" ,_._ rob 8h*r. Tohlaa Simon. IWrnanl 8u;>[ man. JeSSC Pearl. Ja*a W1ICO a.rth. Miitoa suaaman Loyls Wine. San Weinstetn. Mel MraHarawa Hamad Taurman. Jack •.,., anr i Mnrrla Wvman Topr". Alvin Wank. I>r Monavr ** elM ,Ba "OrTie Wyman. Wn-hnbrnt. I'arl Welnklr. Mas WVlta. Kllaabrth IVnlarr. and Harold ainn. KOS* SAtA' fa Tubin Chapter Installs Officers OB the refreaffameot committee wiU be Mrs. Mae Goldman and Mrs. Harry Beck, and in charge of decorations will he Mrs. Eugene Abramsen. Mrs. Jack Rack ear and Mrs. Leon Rubenstein. Robyn Tnbin chapter of the City ______ of Hope held an installation I brunch Wednesday at the Chateau MgajajkofV $jaj*a*Ttf Drfvt motel. Mrs. Arthur Tubin was in stalled president. North Dede Lodge of B'nai B'rith Others who assumed office were will bold a members' smoker Mesdames Sam Elber. Melbourne drive Tuesday evening at the Re Brandon. Gerald Zimmerman and gal Brewery. Guest speakers will Leonard Snyderman. vice presiinclude Jimmy Barns. Miami Her dents; William Gosofsky. treasuraM sports writer, and Paul Seider er; Martin Glenn, corresponding man. chairman of the board of the secretary, and Maurice Fabnkant. Florida region. Anti-Defamation recording secretary. Leaeue. QUCB)! aadatS^ mm m SAY "WELCOME" IN THE TRADITIONAL WAY %•£ :> HERRING The delicious V,u Herring that so often graces your faewry table also btds your guesu a warn and >o>ous "welcoeae". Enjoyed by your famriy and friends for us richly traditional, old world flavor. Vita Herring is pert of the heritage of hospitality al.ays found* the American Jewish home.



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I 1959 Jew is* nnrkti&n m Show Will Give |to New Cerebral Palsy Fund Page 3-B rof Miami sofesenk'd when Ity alumna? aual fashion Jeville Jjotel The show ^Sigma Sigma fund at the te of GreatUS the first 11th to conlsy when ten [a brace fund rs, a scholar[ unable to atBow the new cup will be rl chosen as Last year's rson, who lami Beach, will ser. on, dean ef persity, will be and read the Rtogan is chair! and Mrs. Erwm tan. Mrs: Marat. Mrs. Jerome chairman. Mrs. program book •Eugene Brams, and Mrs. Marilyn Rudensky are special gifts ; chairmen. Mrs. Kogan will commentate the I campus and glamor fashions. Mrs. Stephen Carner and Mrs^. Joseph Friedman, alumnae members, will model sweaters in an interpretive modern dance. Models are: Shelly Charles, Chi Omega; Ellen Corn, Sigma Delta Tau; Rubye Davis, Delta Delta Delta; Roberta Briedland, Phi Sigma Sigma; Carrie Husted. Delta Gamma; Sheila Kaplan, Alpha Epsilion Phi; Shirley Nickoden, Alpha Delta Pi; Claire Petersen, Delta Zeta; Joann Pflug, Kappa Kappa Gamma; Phyl Queen, Alpha Chi Omega; Joann Strag, Zeta Tau Alpha; Vara Viccllio, Sigma Kappa; Linda Zoberg, Delta Phi Epsilion. Grants rians are among Bk were awardHeart Assn. oil their research They are Dr. president of and director of at the UWversiIcal school, and UU assist ilstyWsy 7.71. SHIP • SPRINGS : Sriv.. \v *>1le* •MORES ^ LOCKA i, MU Mail SABLES • OX 14M ,, 1 Aviva and Menorah groups of Hadassah jointly celebrate the 25th anniversary of Youth Ahyah at a Nov. 9 pledge luncheon at Miami Springs Vilas. Left to right are Mesdames Jack Schenkman, Edward Cohen, Homer Rievman, Abraham Eisenman and Milton Sirkin, cochairmen, Dorothy Krieger Fink, guest speaker, and Allen Greenberg. Some 350 women attended. No idle chatter as Mrs. Harold Spaet (right) entertained Wednesday at her home on W. Rivo Aho Island. Mrs. Spaet, division coordinator in the Good Neighbor Division of the United Fund, is busy setting up plans for the Jan. 10 Good Neighbor drive. Mrs. James S. Rowlings (left) is a regional chairman at Miami Beach. Some 700 workers are needed for the Miami Beach territory, largest division of the entire Good Neighbor drive. Holiday Done* Chairmen Walter Feltman and Mrs. Jack 'Amazon have been appointed cochairmen of the Miami YMHA's sixth annual holiday dance scheduled for Saturday evening, Nov. 28, at 450 SW 16th ave. Phil Kent and his seven-piece Society Orchestra will provide the music by a grant from the trust funds of the Recording Industries. Members of the committee in elude Leo Scherker, Dr. Max Ten drich, Judge Mitchell Goldman, Hyman Kam, Henry Garison, Mrs. Herschel Rosenthal, Mrs. Irving Shapiro, Marshall Feuer, Ted Lomaskin, Mrs. Arthur Stein, Barrett Silk and Mrs. Sanford Kramer. Phone FR 9-6266 U K II' S KOSHER MEAT MARKET Kl • POULTRY • PROVISIONS fl7rh Avenue Miami, Flerida JSE RUTH FOREMAN present* "THE PHILADELPHIA STORY" OPENING THUR8DAY, NOV. 19th Sunday Evenlno Performances Dark Mondays Tlekets—*8.25; Student Tickets 1.50 Bird & Pence Certain 8:30 P.M. HI 4-3212 IIN6 FOR A CAR WAX? ..Mr EASY CAR WAX IRVtriO MATLIN & M DISTRIBUTING CO., Inc. 135 S.W. 22nd Ave. — PR 1-0101 of Wax Seal Product* at Your Loeal Service Station Chapters Slate Varied Functions Chai chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will hold a "Red Ribbon on White Horse" book review and brunch Sunday, 11:30 a.m., at the Deauville hotel. e Miami Beach Council of B'nai B'rith Women will hold a board meeting Monday evening at the Deauville. • Harmony chapter meeting is scheduled Tuesday evening at the Deauville. Chairman will be Mrs. Irving Solomon. e Menorah chapter will hold a board meeting at 10 a.m. and a regular meeting at 1 p.m. on Tuesday. A card party Tuesday evening will feature the film, "Mine Eyes Have Seen." All will be at the Saxony hotel. YOUR MONEYS WORTH WASHINGTON FEDERAL Miami Beach JoGUST BROS iiu m Miamian Named To Honor Group Charlotte Fried, R.D.H., has received an invitation to membership from Sigma Phi Alpha, Alpha chapter of Northwestern University Dental School. Sigma Phi Alpha is the newlyorganized national dental hygiene honor society. Based on scholarship, service and character, Miss Fried was selected from the graduating class of 1954. Membership certificate and key pin will be presented to Miss Fried, in absentia, at an award luncheon Feb. 7, 1960 in Chicago. Hadassah Chicken Dinner Chaim Weizmann group of Hadassah will have a chicken dinner I at the Miami Pioneer Club on SunIday at 6 p.m. Entertainment will feature a musical revue directed by Mrs. R. F. Grimm. Mrs. Harvey Cypress is chairman. 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g^gM I m^ i Page 4-B +Jmls*rk*M**n Friday. November 20, Iru-un Flonduin ExcUuivc MARRIAGE COUNSELOR .... :... t$ S*mJ Q Jkm§ MIAMI'S NATWNALLT FAMOU. MARILIACE AUTHOWTT. LECTURER AND AUTHOR Y OUR Israel Law School Dean to Speak Here Dr. Avigdor VL*.vo,r*Un, dean will be guest of honor*.) 1J fl pi Q>e, law ieh<* ."UHF|W Unition Monday tvenin 3 -i**jTj| vt The luncheon event Is the first in a series of forums sponsored by I the young executives of the GreatJewish Floridien marriage coomelor Samuel G. Kling it on vacation. Rabbi Yeakov G. Rosenber. spiritual Useder of Beth David Congn^ation, is Mr. Minos invid overt columnist this weak. By RABBI YAAKOV G. ROSENBERG "Religion inhibits." "Traditional Judaism is old fashioned." "Conditions are different today." These are a few examples of the many statements, pronouncements and crticisms voiced by so many Jewish laymen. All that they succeed in doing is illustrating to what degree their opinions and ideas have • no foundations whatsoever in actual knowledge of what Judaism teaches. The Jewish concept of marriage and its teachings about the role of sex in married life, the parentchild relationshp and other related aspects offer us excellent examples of how the religious teachings of Judaism do not inhibit but rather expand the individual's greater freedom of action and enjoyment based upon a mature understandings of the instincts and innate drives of human beings. Instead of Judaism being "old fashioned" and "outmoded," it is indeed most modern in recognizing the basic need for a wholesome relationship between husband and .11 give eloquent testimony that they bless and thank |er Miami Jewi.hredw.Uon to .cGod^WhTsanctifiest Thy People Israel by coase-, oua.nt ^hem ^ with £^-.1. ^ A woma'n 0 w.s not the only one taught that hers Dr. Levontin i a naUve born was an obligation to become an "Aysbes Chayil, a "Woman of Valor." but the husbands were also taught the importance of giving love and affection, kindness and understanding — prior to doing and after fulfilling the obvious responsibilities of providing food, clothing and shelter. Marriage in Judaism has never been conceived of in terms of a 'fifty fifty' proposition. This would | mean that each mate was putting only half of himself into a mariage. A successful and meaningful marriage, however, requires the involvement of the husband and wife in their totality—their hearts and minds, their ideas and emotions. The sages indicate that a name for God is j shared between the two Hebrew words for man and • woman. Each must contribute all of himself. Then and only then can they together spell out Godliness in Ujeir lives as husband and wife. Individuals Out of Families It is no mere accident that the early chapters •ol the Torah. which deal with the begining of human Friend, of the Hebrew uSfe The Teception w ill he held at t at the Lucerne hotel. p.n. wife, not only in the realms of religion and family-""life, as well as the begining of the Jewish people, but also in terms of the physical aspects of marriage. How pleasantly surprised I was when prior to my own wedding, my father of blessed memory, presented me with a Hebrew marriage manual called "Chupat Chatanim"—"The Groom's Canopy." This volume, based on the teachings of Judaism as found in the Bible and in the Talmud, presents as "modern"' an approach to marriage as the latest marriage manual, authored by the most competent and most liberal physician or marriage counselor. An Act of Sanctification Realizing that I canot exhaust this subject within the limited space afforded me in this column, let me indicate but a few other concepts and attitudes towards marriage which are expounded by Judaism. Judaism teaches that marriage, the union of a man and woman as husband and wife, is not a surrender to the base and less noble instincts of man but is rather an act of Kidushin—an act of sanc:iii cation. Marriage, from a Jewish point of view, thus becomes a public declaration that a given man and woman, grateful for Divinely-endowed drives, mindful of a Divinely-inspired sense of privilege and responsibility, pledge themselves to a concept of marriage in which their respect and affection for each other, the spirit and atmosphere of their home, the relationship to their own parents and children would concern themselves with the lives not of individuals, but of family units—Adam and Eve, Abraham and Sarah, Isaac and Rebecca, Jacob and Rachel and Leah. Only as a result of a wholesome and mature family unit can we then be blessed with individuals who become leaders of society. Thus, following the Biblical account of the patriarchs and matriarchs, do we then begin the era of individuals — Joseph, Moses, Judges, Prophets. I trust that this brief sampling of some of the Jewish concepts as related to marriage and family suffice to arouse the readers desire to taste more of that which Judaism has to offer in this realm. How manifold shall be our blessings when we can comsecurity and world government, bine the insights of Judaism with the theories of modern marriage disciplines. In closing, may I refer to a new volume by Twayne Publishers. ".Marriage and Family Life—A Jewish View." This volume was edited by Rabbi Abraham B. Shoulson, with contributions from 29 other rabbis. A knowledge of these Jewish precepts will help II M strengthen marriage and the family among our peBple |p that once again husbands and wfVM mav spell the name of God in their lives, and parents and Brovvn Pre in ISA anSribe Branchildren shall again walk hand in-hand. <" %  '* Research Fajov. -hj| at Hari vard in 1949 Ml. KBng it cvailabl* for private morrioae counseling •t the Nunt/'ngtoii Medical hldq., in Miami Israeli who has written extensively on the subjects of international On. of the your.jest senior members of the Hebrew University faculty, he is a native-born Israeli, whoa, grandfather cm* to Palestine in 1882. Ha was bom in T.I Aviv in 1922. At Harvard Lav School, he received his Mister's and Doctorate degrees. He won the Addix>n North Shore Ladies Meet He is author of "The Myth of In tertiati.inal Security" and other books on world government. Last year, be met with deans of leading American law schools on the ocrasfon of his visit hire. Kenneth M. Myers is chairman North Shore Jewish Center Sisterhood met Wednesday evening at the Carillon hotel, with Mr-. Al>of .the Monday affair, and Freder Mechlowitz presiding. Participatick_Seher ij in charge "of the luninf in a Jewish Book Month proiheon.-Voarig executives are headgram were Mrs. Robert Bloch. ed up-.'br en ciuirmcn Allen FreehRay Hone, Mrs. Maurice line and William Gla Levontin looki^ BRAND NEW! SWISS CAMEMBERT by the makers of Swiss Knight Cheese. Now, a pure pasteurized process Camembert so firm you can slice it, nibble it! Never gets "runny" or over-ripe! 6 delicious foil-wrapped wedges. Needs no refrigeration! Try it! At your grocer's now! Revitz. and Mrs. Al Mechlowitz. KtVfD IN A GLASS OK A CUP TETLEY TEA i A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 Yes, (tare's Yoea To* spirit ia ihis fine lea .. ."Savor crushed" for fullest strength and stimulation ... richer taste and plea* ure with your fleithigs and aiilchi.s and between meal refreshment... ettc w tneeO by eactsn Mr I .sow n n % %  >.> %  aatta-taV ana *ets. u let lumiiass. umnntD NO* tiTUN t *v aooo sToaan g y aw Ywiiaaw WHAT DO YM NEED MEN UKEXPECTEO WESTS CJU1? 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Friday, November 20. 1969 ^ \Protestants Condemn Suez Blockade Page 5-B WASHINGTON-(JTA)—A leadling Prote*Unt weekly, "The Christian Century." condemns in its current issue the United Arab Republic's anti-Israel blockade of the Suez Canal and calls on the United Nations 10 take "firm and immediate steps" to upheld'14 reel's right to free passage through the Canal. r Attacking the Arab position ex pressed at the United Nations, the Christian Cft\iry says opposition to Israeli shipping rights was "a dubious rallying point for Arab unity." Jordan's attitude was singled out for criticism and termed a result of a Jordanian-UAR reconciliation. The Christian Century said: "Such defiance wins no friends and does nothing but harm to legitimate Arab aims, such as securing international help for the Moslems of Algeria or developing Middle Eastern resources." It emphasized that "the blockade of the Suez Canal to Israeli ships is a violation of international compacts, to which Egypt is a signatory and whfjft the""pfU!P!it government has acknowledged are still valid. -. < I 1 HOUSEWIFE Buy only these 4 fine products of Colgate-Palmolive ... everything you need for Kitchen, Laundry, Bathroom ALL 4 KOSHER PARVE LOOK WHAT'S VV HAPPENED TO ^ AJAX! ^'^ ^ HER FIM" CLEANSi" V<.*'*e BLEACI NEW Shiny Blue Can! NEW Smoother, Finer Texture! NEW Instant Chlorine Bleach! New AJAX bleaches sinks so shiny-white you need no extra bleach!The Instant Chlorine Bleach is Built-in! So effective you need use only Ajax to have gleaming, shiny-white sinks and tube. And new AJAX rinses away quickly, completely, leaves no gritty film behind! You'll like the fresh, clean smell of new AJAX... the instant Chlorine Bleach in new whe AJAX actually disinfects as it deans. i* .*** *** %  *•• ,!•• %  £ NEW FAB WITH DURATEX Washes Clothes Clean Clear Through! Whiter, Brighter, Too! That's a FAB wash! New FAB alone contains miracle Duratex to get fabrics clean clear through whiter, brighter, too! Not just *r/<*ce-dean, but really clean-with that wonderful fresh clean smell! That's a FAB wash! LIQUID %  i %  ik "INSTANT" DISHWASHING OF YOUR MEAT AND DAIRY DISHES New pink liquid VEL gives you "Instant" dishwashing. You simply took dishes hardly need dish cloth... rack them up to drip dry ... then stack them away sparkling clean. Kosher and j*rveCuts grease in seconds. Mild as a lotion to hands too. Yes, Vel is Kosher and Parve for all your washing up gets dishes, glassware and silver sparkling clean and bright without wiping. So gentle for stockings, lingerie, woolens. And so kind to hands! i .tm



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Page 6-B +JwM fhrMlnri ^da^Nov^a^ J Friday Services Here to Take Note Of Rehabilitation Through Training Special ORT Sabbath services will be held Friday in honor of the global vocational rehabilitation ac tivities of the Organization for Rehabilitation ihroueJi Training Chapters of the Southeastern Florida region will attend the following temples: •Greater Miami — Temple Emanu-El, 1701 Washington ave. Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader, will pay special tribute to the work of ORT. Mrs. Irving Tillis. president of the chapter, • will speak. • Miami Beach — Temple Ner Tamid, 80th st. and Carlyle ave. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz will Jcad the services. Cantor Samuel Gomberg will assist. Mrs. Jacob Glassman, president, will speak. •South Miami —Temple Beth Tamara Mizraclti (ntsalls Officers Some 200 members and their friends attended the installation of officers of the Tamara group of Mizrachi Women Saturday night at the Singapore hotel. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. of the Israelite Center, installed the following officers: President, Mrs. Irving Shalom; first vice president, Mrs. Sam Her-1 man: second vice president, Mrs.' Morris Dubler; third vice presi! dent, Mrs. Elias Rosch; financial' secretary. Mrs. Sidney Margulies.> Board of directors are Mesdames Hilda Brafman. Adolph Blank, Morris Bienenfeld. Louis Cohen,! Jack Fox. Alexander Gross, Harry Groudan. Milton Koch, Max K.m mel, Lillie Laster, Louis Makov sky, Lillian Nochim. Joseph C. Rosch, Morris Rudley, Phillip i Schreiber, Isidor Spolter, Joseph I Schreibman, Max Sternstein, Ann i Tannen, Israel Teitch. Charles Turk. Louis Weisberg, Joseph Zolian. Ann Zittcr. Next meeting of the Tamara ruiip is Tuesday evening at the Raleigh hotel. | Am, 5950 N. Kendall dr. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard will lead the scr vices. Mrs. David Jordan, educaI tion chairman, will talk. ,-Mrs Ernest Sunen is in charge of arrangement for the Oneg Shabbat. • North Dad*— Rabbi Max Lip schi'r, of Monticello Park Jewish Center, 1060 NE 164th st.. will hon or ORT in his sermon with the aid of Cantor Ben -Zion Kirschcnbaum. Mrs. Herbert Silverman. educa tion chairman, will act as hOftttS. and Mrs. Norman Morgenstern, president, will speak. • Coral Gables — Rabbi Samuel April and Coral Way Jewish Center will honor ORT at the Eversilade-; Elementary School, 8375 S\V 16!h st. Mrs. Sheldon Kay will speak. Also observing ORT Sabbath will be members of more than 200 other Orthodox, Conservative and Reform synagogues throughout the country. Celebrated annually, the purpose of the Sabbath is "to give to the 50,000 members of Women's American ORT the opportunity to join with their fellow Jews in giving thanks for the thousands of Jewish lives that have been saved by rehabilitation ttirough ORT training. Mrs. Estelle Tischler is president of the region. THRIFT SHOP MS DE4DUITC Deadline for publici J news, tcnK sTues ^0jl of thT u,ok-| n whTrtT "ems Jrt ,„ t J£l should be addre^J lewiah Flondian NJJ P.O. Box 2973. Mu m fJ Inform allon received V deadline w,u be held 4 only at the d.scretic* J Newsroom. Conducting their own "ribbon-cutting" ceremonies for the opening of the National Council of Jewish Women's new Thrift Shop are Geft to right) fife Samuel Gertman, president of NCJW; Mrs. William Brenner, ways and means vice president; and Mrs. Edwin Oppenheim, chairman of the Thrift Shop. Club to Mark llth Birttiday Golda Meir Club of Pioneer Women will meet Tuesday afternoon j at Beth El Auditorium. Mrs. Shu ley Queen will preside. The club will mark its llth birth day. It was formed in November. 1948. with Mrs. Isaac Pushkin as its first president. Mrs. Pushk/n, current cultural chairman, will schedule the afternoon's program, which begins at 1 p.m. Social hour will follow, with Mrs. Sam Osipoff as chairman. Council Opens New Thrift Shop National Council of Jewish Women has opened a second Thrift Shop at 1203 NW 54th St. The shop, like Council's shop at 517 N. Miami Ave., specializes in merchandise, slightly used but in excellent condition, contributed by Council members. Open to the public, both shops feature clothing for the whole family. There are also many functional and decorative items for the home, including electrical appliances, glasses, dishes, and books, as well as toys and sport equipment. Although prices are extremely low, the stock available is so extensive that proceeds from the two Thrift Shops help to finance Council'local community services. BB Chapters Plan AHahs Temple Judea Women's Lunch PTA of Temple Judea has completed plans for a membership luncheon Tuesday noon st the Temple. Rabbi Morris Skop will review Herman Wouk's latest book, "This is My Ood." Board members are preparing the covered dish luncheon with Mrs. Manuel Serkin, membership chairman, in charge of arrangements. Mrs. George Balber is program chairman. Home Auxilior To Honor Ji Greater Miami Womei'i", lary, Jewish Home for tie, will hold i!. monthly Tuesday with a luncheon Algiers hotel honoring JuWf ing Cypen. president of t!*r Mrs. Sol Silverman, president, will welcome and guests. Arthur ISM ant executive director. 1 m on admissions, policies utm ures, followed by a questa] answer period. Mrs. Louis Makovsky. chairman, will present Pardo, local attorney, in i of musical selections, w nied by Olga Bibor Sltaul piano. Arab Propaganda Discussed "Arab Propaganda" was the topic discussed by Arthur Spiegel for his talk before the Miami Beach Zionist District at the Di Lido hotel on Thursday evening. Spiegel is assistant director of the Florida office of the Anti-Defamation League. Program also featured the showing of the latest Israeli film. "The Wilderness of Zion." In charge of the program Miami chapter of B'nai B'rith was lier ^rt L. Heiken, with Women is planning a lunch, game ^ ommun,,v sin 8' n 8 conducted by and card party for Tuesday noon J j* Pardo Albcrt E S8 'P is P res at the Masonic Hall, 41 Valencia, ldent "* the Beach Dl'trict. Coral Gables. In charge of reservations are Mrs. A. Bellinkoff and .. Mrs. L. Diamond. Chapter Names Board Members) Greater Miami chapter i\ National Multiple Sclerous! inaugurated the 195940 seta] a meeting at the Dupom 1 tel last week. Named to the group's I directors were Seymour I chairman; Robert Wexkr, vice chairman; Woody second vice chairman; W. Scott, treasurer; and Mrs., Drasner, secretary. Also named were Mrs. Freedman, Ned Powers, Edith Rei-er, Mrs. GussieS Miss Evelyn C. SenUnee. ^Stein. Mrs. Mary Stern, oil Nadine Winters. Gilbert Balkin chapter of B'nai B'nth Women will present its third annual Starlight Ball on Saturday, Nov. 28, at the Sea Isle hotel. Left to right are Mrs. Emanuel Karger, Mizrachi Women's national representative; Mrs. Irving Shalom, newly-installed president, accepting gavel from Mrs. Israel Teitch, retiring president; and Rabbi Morton Malavsky, installing officer and guest speaker at the Tamara chapter installation Saturday nighL %  NATIONAL HOTEL BANQUET FACILITIES THE FINEST CATERING • WEDDINGS • BAR MITZVAHS • PARTIES ORGANIZATION MEETINGS, etc. Mf mtsr rooo mi misr stma Special Emphosis on Ceerteiy far which the National Hotel Is Fame** out HELtN roe KISIKVATIOMS it 2-2311 NATIONAL HOTEL 1677 Collins Avenue (Ocean and 16th St.) Have that %  utlneas Meeting. 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November 20, 1959 **//#, Hrwimm I WM B| Page 7-F r Miami's JWB Armed Services committee entertains itead Air Force Base servicemen at breakfast and swim Bn the Seville hotel. Shown with Maj. David Rinzler [are Rabbi Leon Kronish, Temple Beth Sholom; Mrs. kl Oritt, hostess of the breakfast; Mrs. Louis Glasser, fcan of the JWB.committee. achf Reelects Mrs. Dyckman UTIC CITY, N. J. —Mrs. )yckman, of New York unanimously reelected president of the Mizrachi Organization of America, |:. t %  %  %  annual national conlof the women's religious[ organization came to a re. ^tes representing 5 0,000 nrinonaUy also voted a (SI. 200,000for social servjtiujial education and child (im nrefls m Ysrael, elected Mate of national officers, Jsidered long-range Zionist the conference, which Ithe observance of the cenDf Theodor Herzl's birth. our-day conference devot|ial attention to problems in the Middle East, eduand of the relationship behe Jews of Israel and of Ipora. (presidential report to the l session of the convention, to "patterns for peace," yckman underscored the cleave to traditional prinTorah in the age of the fith a flair... THE EAUVILLE DILL r GOLDRING CATHINO WtCIO Supervlied Keiber Cterig Available *ONE: UN 5-851T HE OCEAN 67th TO 69th-STS MIAMI BEACH hydrogen bomb and the intercontinental ballistic MtsttSAUl Sharing the platform with Mrs. Dyckman, Col. Naohman Kami, first secretary of the Permanent Mission of Israel to the UN, reiterated his government's' readiness to sit down at the conference table with the Arab nations. "But," he told his audience, "while, in the entire world there is an unfreezing of enmity, in direct contrast to the general improvement, the Arab nations continue in their hostility towards Israel, in an unremitting program of boycott and blockade, and in expressed statements even in the halls of the United Nations, of the Arrb intention of wiping out Israel by force of arms." Mrs. Avraham Harman, wife of Israel's Ambassador, speaking of long-range problems in social welfare in Israel at a "Patterns for Service" session, told delegates that "one of the difficulties in the development of social welfare, educational and child-care programs in Israel is a certain measure of fragmentation and lack of coordination." At the final public session of the convention, Kabbi Irving Miller, chairman of the American Zionist Council, called for an end to the "futile discussion of Israel and the diaspora." Defining the task of Zionism as "the reestablishment of a Jewish way of life," he told the Herzl Centenary Session that "Zionism is Senior Citizens Programs Take Sharp Rise Here Group activities for senior citizens have taken a sharp rise in the last month at all branches of 'th Mrs. Lazere to be Guest Albert Einstein group of Hadassah will hold its second annual Youth Aliyah brunch and fashion show Monday, 11 a.m., at the Americana hotel. Mrs. Haskell Lazere, of the Women's Division of Israel Bonds, will be honored guest. 'return* in every sense—return to national consciousness, return to historic roots, return to spiritual and cultural values, return to a people's language and literature, return to the Land." Mrs. David Muskat, president of the Florida Women's Division, announced at a paid-up membership tea at the Eden Roc hotel this week that "the women's chapters cf the American Jewish Congress have shown a steady growth in active membership." New members announced at the membership tea numbered over 150. Largest gains noted were in the Coral Gables and No. Miami Beach areas. Featured at the tea were Israel Consul Moshe Leshem and Rabti Yaakov Rosenberg, president o! the South Florida AJCongress Council. Chairman was Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, a national vice president of the organization. THE FINEST FOR YOUR AFFAIR Your choice of the following roomn EMBASSY • VICTORIA • BRIGADOON KING'S TERRACE • ARGYLE • HEATHER Surroundings of elegance and luxury, faultless *ervice and incomparable cuisine. Groups of 10 to 475 are accommodated royally for all catered occasions. Fr mtnat mi inftimolion ((III Karl W.ill Catering Dirnltr UN 6-7792 Oa-PrtnlMS Parking SIX ACRES ON THE OCEAN AT 98th STREET • MIAMI BEACH Mrs. David Vender's family and friends say she has telephones, and no wonder, lor Mrs. Vender, who lives at 2276 SW 25th ave., is a regional chairman in the Miami Southern region in the forthcoming United Fund Good Neighbor drive, and is busy recruiting womanpower to help in the Jan. 10 countywide solicitation. (MAIK %  "*•"'*



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Paqe 8-B %  Jen 1stncrMtor? Friday, Noven^ sic honorary and Alpha Epsilon| Phi sorority. She is a music con-j sultant at North Miami Beach( Elementary and Bay Harbor schools. The groom is a graduate of Yale College and Yale Law School, and now practices in Chicago. He served with the U. S. Navy. Following a honeymoon in Jamaica, the couple will be at home at 5511 W. Washington bldg, Chicago Medical Center Affair Greater Miami Auxiliary of the American Medical Center at Denver held a membership affair Sunday evening at the Seville hotel. Attend ZIONISM'S SOCIAL AFFAIR OF THE SEASON! BUFFET DINNER INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS Wednesday Eve, Nov. 25th (Erev Thanksgiving) Tempi* Ner Tamid Social Hall, 7902 Carlyle Ave., Miami Beach Buffet Dinner (Kosher) from 6:30 P.M. to 8:00 P.M. Installing Officer Honorable ALEXANDER S. GORDON $3.50 per Person Tel. JE 1-1371 for Reservations Sponsored by: MIAMI BEACH ZIONIST DISTRICT ENTERTAINMENT — MUSIC — DANCING DOOR PRIZES Dancing to Irving Pietreck'i Orchettra Now She Enters Insurance Field Blonde Lillian Wolf, who has been raising thousands of dollars for her favorite charities, is now turning her talents to raising a few pesos for herself. She's chosen insurance as her new career, which is natural, since she absorbed plenty of insurance experience during ULUAN her married life to insurance executive Ben Wolf. They are divorced now, but Ben is one of Lillian's biggest boosters. Lillian is the daughter of the late Sam Engel, Wall Street broker, and wintered in Miami Beach annually long before she took up residence here 16 years ago. With her two daughters raised. Lillian "went back to school" and has juft successfully passed her state insurance exams. She'll be associated with Miami's well-known insurance firm of Stembler and Sheldon on SW 1st St. 5/Wfcofs My line' feature MIAMI CONVALESCENT HOME 24-Hour Nursing Service • Special Diet* Strictly Obierved • All Rooms on Ground Floor "Centrally loCOfed"' Est. 1*51 Jewish Style Cooking i Spacious Grounds • Reasonable Rates • Specializing in Care to the I Merry and Chronically III 335 S.W. 12th AVE. Ph. FR 4-5437 & FR 9-0278 LEO AILEN, Director personalized service at the blackstone flower shops where you get more for your money ... un 6-1233 24-hour service except rosh hashono and yom kippur Miami Beach chapter of the Jewish National Home for Asthmatic Children was to meet Thursday evening at the DiLido hotel. Pro" gram was to include a "What's My Line" feature. Orah Chapter Aieeting Orah chapter of Mizrachi Women's Organization was to hold a membership tea at the Nautilus hotel Thursday at 8 p.m. Guest speaker was to be Rabbi Morns L. Horovitz. Elevator Will Be Dedicated Forty-Nlners of Temple Emanu El, the congregation's dub for senior citizens, will hold an "elevator dedication" dinner Sunday evening In Sirkin Hall, according to Mrs. Isidor Newman, president. The elevator, which carries congregants to the second and third floors of the Temple building for attendance at social functions and meetings In Sirkin Hall, was installed and paid for by the FortyNiners and it vyill be officially dedicated at the dinner. Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of the congregation, will he guest speaker, and Judge Milton Feller will act as master of ceremonies. Greetings will be extended by George J. Talianoff. Branner, Rubin Eye Decemb^ Miss Susan Branner and h. Rubin have set their marri,^ for December marn 8i Their engagement is ,„, By Mrs. Simon Fogel of m ga ave.. Coral Gables the bride-to-be. motajjj Miss Branner received W degree from .!,, ,niv Miami and her Master',T from New York Universuf 1 in a member of the Ame Home Economics Assn Niti Education Assn Florida lion Assn and is on the f acwi Nautilus Junior High School Mr. Rubin is the son o( I Anna Rubin, 6227 SW uu ami. He attended schools a 1, troit Mich., j.nd is „ g rid ^, the University of Miami. Hf i member of the Blue Lodge Ha Scottish Rite, Shrioer ana 1 B'rith Lodge. Mr. Rubin is in the inn, business in Coral Cablet,,' New Beauty Aid Available Here Cell-o-zyme is the naty multi-purpose estrogenic eac representing a new contest a ( preservation and maintena a healthy and feminine ion. Created by Sanford ies, of Tuscaloosa, Ala. zyme has no fatty substance, i non-greasy, readily absorbed, nomical, and makes the mi other creams unnecessary. Cell-o-zyme Beauty Cream I result of many years of t mentation with hundreds off las and lar^e sales in climate. 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November 20, 1959 arming lu y ours. I 'if ne side over the other. Mrs. explained that she just U' had to learn to speak Chinese in order to make the couturier understand what she wanted. Her shoes were handmade and embroidered with black jet beads on the toe and heel. • • • A MOTHER of Miami's women ** who have found the fabrics from Hong Kong very exciting is Mrs. William D. Singer. She also had her ensemble executed in Hong Kong, and designed it herself as she does many of her clothes. Her coat and dress were in a silk satin fabric that was an unusual iridescent blue black. The coat was lined in white satin and was reversfble, and featured an oversized circular semidraped collar. The dress was embroidered on Hhe "bodice with silver-lined bugle beads, and the skirt had a floral pattern woven into the fabric as a damask, but only in a few places. Her shoes were made of the same fabric, her beaded white satin handbag was from Paris, and her long white gloves were seamed on the outside with rhinestones. Mrs. George Lister chose a sky blue lace with huge lantern sleeves, and a matching blue satin cumerbund. Another floorlength formal was worn by Mrs. Simon Herman. Her gown was with tiered pleats from the bodice with tired pleats from the bodice to the floor. A center narrow panel cascaded down the front of the gown and had a fringe trim. The gown featured its own matching stole and was designed by Werle, who creates Loretta Young's wardrobe. Wife of the president of Jordan ^J^istincrian^r Marsh, Mrs. Robert Mache, seeded a porcelain blue chantilly lace over iced-blue silk satin Her bodice was fitted, and the skirt was semi-bell-shaped, end ing with the lace scallops ovei the satin, and caught with smal bows At the same table was Mrs. Frank Cole in a white silk satin brocade in gold and with matching geld shoes. • • • lulRS. Sidney Aronovitz chosi tones and shades of brown Her reembroidered chantilly lace gown was in cafe au lait over champagne-colored satin. Thi neckline in front was high an< demure, but plunged to very lov back decollectage. Her homo-pas tel mink stole blended beautiful ly, and her darker shade o brown in the beaded handba was a deep accent. Wife of the president of th< hospital, Mrs. Morton Halpern was in a muted blue peau de soi with a draped tulip skirt. He gown was strapless, and sh wore a matching rose at he waist. Mrs. Sam Luby, jr., se Iected a cerise peau de soie witl the draped harem hemline an: flowers in the back. Mrs. Nat Strauss chose a the atre ensemble of iridescent greer silk brocaded with a deeper shade of raw silk. Her paraso' sleeves were pleated at the shout der seams, and her self belt Ml extremely wide. Mrs. Hershel Leschel wore s white matted jersey draped in the Grecian styling. In black wa. Mrs. Milton Friedman. Her bod ice was a wool knit lace, with a black satin bell-shaped skirt. In jade green was Mrs. Wil liam Wickman. Her satin gown was topped with a palamino mink from Copenhagen. Black chantilly lace was chosen by Mrs. Benjamin Oren, her gown featuring a bateau neckline and long sleeves. • • THE Albert Einstein chapter of %  Hadassah will see a collection of Originals by Francee on Monday in the Bal Masque room of the Americana hotel. Coiffures will be created by Mr. Post, of Flair Beauty Salon, and furs will be from the Adrian Thai collection. Your columnist will coordinate and commentate the fashion show. Page 9-B IA-1 EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. FR (4401 Autograph Party Monday, Tuesday Abdul Haddad, noted Miami photographer and author of a new volume of poetry, "City of Bronze," will be at Jordan Marsh on Monday and Tuesday autographing the current Exposition Press release. Haddad is the author of several other volumes, which he has written during his varied journalism and photographic careers. In Miami, he heads up the House of Haddad, portrait photographers. Mrs. Emanuel Greenberg is district director of the North Bay Island area of the United Fund's "Good Neighbor Division, and with other workers at Miami Beach is recruiting captains and volunteers to cover a neighborhood' block in the Jan. 10 Good Neighbor drive. Volunteers for the United Fund are desperately needed Human Relations Rally Held Here Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers presided at a county-wide women's rally for better human relations which was held at the Everglades hotel. Speaker for the occasion was James McBride Dabbs, Maysville, S.C., president of the Southern Regional Council, author of the recent book "The Southern Heritage." Dabbs spoke on "Our Southern Heritage — With Focus on Youth." Assisting Mrs. Meyers in arrangements for the occasion were Mrs. L. J. McCaffrey and Mrs. Charles Enterline, co-chairmen; Mrs. Aaron Farr, Mrs. Millicent Brass Pelle, Mrs. Sydney Weintraub, Mrs. Ray Pearson, Mrs. Carlton Piel, jr., and Mrs. James Ekonomou. Sisterhood Women In National Confab A doubling of the numerical growth in membership and chapters o* the National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods over the past two decades was reported here •his week by the president of the irganiration, Mrs. Henry Monsky, if Los Angeles, Calif. Addressing sessions of one of he largest women's organizations n the world, Mrs. Monsky pointed >ut that, "in the year 1921 there vere 32,000 women in 223 sisterloods and today, nearly two decides later, there are more than 00,000 members and 560 sister%  oods." The National Federation of Tern>le Sisterhoods held its 22nd bienial assembly this week at the -den Roc hotel. Joint meetings vith the parent body, the Union of Vmerican Hebrew Congregations, vere also under way at the Fonainebleau hotel. Mrs Monsky delivered a report o the delegateson the accomplishnents of the past year and then utlined the new projects that the VFTS and the UAHC will be devel>ping in the near future. Mrs. Monsky said, "our frontier s not only the building of spiritual irmor but also the construction of acilities for youth and adults, for students and scholars, for new .•ongregations and new sisterhoods, or all the men, women and children in our rapidly expanding Reform Judaism." Miss Jane Evans, executive director of NFTS, in her report said that "the importance of Sisterhood life in the complex of a civilization in crisis should not be underestimated. Through Sisterhood we can indeed enlarge our horizons of service to Jewish and humanitarian causes." Mrs. Alan S. Green, of Shaker Heights, O., led a discussion group which considered the question, "The Idea of God—How Do Women Teach the Idea of God to Children and in Their Homes?" Another group discussed the same topic with Mrs. Herbert M. 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Peg* 10-B >J Friday^NoTwUiw JJ Several Hundred to Attend Farewell Dinner for Federation's Executive Head Several hundred e ers vh. With Df Bin B R will attftad e-farew .1 dtBMC reception in his honor oa Tuet ev nin.a in the A'umbra room Hi the Seville hot*! On Ivuul to pay tribute to the f v headed up Miami "s Federation for will be ra^resen100 welfare and icn ganizaiion*. Federation president 5am J7 He man has announced that Rebbi Loon Kronish. of Temple Both Sholom, and Dr. Irvir.j Lehrman, spiritual toador of Tomplo Emanu-EI. will participate in the program. Brief congratulatory mowill be heard from loc;. i f Fejerauos C. Myers. ,mv president of F. %  rill be toaHam r,m l"ned Fund pres:d Tv tSLXSrSfiSTiml* Training cf board members is recognized with Standing Oeft to right) are Isidore B. Simkowfc r *> to Mewl tirSst of executive d, a presentation to members of the board of the president. Mrs. Philip Samet. chc.i^an. board Wm rector of th. Jewish Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, of education committee, Jerome Weiss, Ei Philanthropies of Greater Boston Certificate was presented last week in recogmund Lynn, and Ray Berrin. Others not shown Prior > ear service as niuon 0 f the completion of an intensive fourare Walter Feltman. Bernard Hill, Mrs. BerMiamiv director, he was national week course in 'Understanding Social Group nard Hill. Mrs. Norman Gladsden, Blair Zinfield director of the OnsneUot Work -. Reci p ients (seated left to right) are melt Mrs. Jack Fein. Rolkmd Oppenheime 'tZSUSSi Mrs. Isidore B. Simkowitz. Mrs. Edmund Lynn. Jack Katzman and Walter Marks. social worker and welfare admin Mrs. Seymour Wong, and Mrs. Bud Samet _____ Cantor Mandel In Full-Time Dade Hqhts. Post M. UHJAMIH MSCMUIC istrator who has written extensive r professional publications. Hciman said that a reception 'H nrecde 'he dinner which is scheduled to begin promptly at 7, pm Efraim Gale, executive director of the Greater Miami Jew>h lomnunity Center, will bring Cantor Emanuel Mandel will be I :mgs on behalf of the social officially installed as full time canwork profession. i tor of Dade Heights Jewish Con—^———— jreeation at services Friday at Ttfl for MeW Members Cantor Mandel received his .. __ D.._J.. IT_I training under the direction of the Nee members of Brande.s In. ,_ me / Cantor Arele DlamoDd o( National Women's Committee. Grea'er Miami chapter, will be honored guests at a tea Friday. 1 p m a", the home of Mrs. Solomon B. MargoLs. 1672 Daytojua rd. Highlight of the afternoon will be .a fashion show by Idell of AJ> the Manhattan Beach Jewish Center of New York City. He has served as cantor at Monticello Park Congregation and during Jewish Book Month To Open on Friday The 16th annual observance of In begins today. Dr. A 5t< .rtbach is pn ncd of the nal Jew. are Board ce. Community-wide Jewish Book h events—manv under the / *"mm %  •? *#• %  %  %  > % %  m% ^.u l.adership of Jewish Comnum'v UOtlSeWQV BeOUTV Heights lor the last three years. Centers, local Jewish book conn—• • %  % %  He is a member of several Miami rneir Problem High Holy Days at Homestead. He has also served as cantor at lardale. with Brandeis women as various religicus services in .1, most a dozen Greater Miami synagogues. including chanting the High Holy Day services at Dade ciis. Jewish Book Month committed Jewish community coun To 6Xpe dite the beauty blueprint civic organizations and serves as an officer of the North Miami V %  LB A _f) ^H President Murray Raben (right) congratulates Cantor Emanuti Mandel upon being engaged as full-time cantor for Dak .. -include Msmfirant exhibits f or tne new Julia M. Tuttle Cause-' Beach Lodge 195 of the Knights of of current books and rare manuwav he official city of Miami Pythias. scripts, book fairs, literary conbeautification committee will hold The Oneg snaboat wiU be spon testa moving children of relig, panel analvsis Friday. 2 pm. on sored by Mr. and Mrs. Alfred, "eighta Jewish Congregation. schools and Jewi-h Commu-who's Doing What for Julia'" Mandel. Cantor Mandel's parents.' nity Centers. Book Sabbath pro-TV* noting WLU lake pU ce in Hostesses will be Mrs Melvin £1L\ ftAfl : n § 'MtfrwajV Iaierhaea bbSSBe gram? and authors' receptions. Ihe Miami Dade County Chamber Gaier, Mrs. Harold Samuels, and #*"HVW III I M Also slated are book dramatizaof Commerce. iMrs. Hy Raskin, members of the Efts* CtkAnr* tions. book reviews, panel discus .... '.November Circle, in honor of the %  %  WfJTWwaT* sions and events. radio and television As in the past, Jewish Book Month will be marked at many military posts in the U. S. and overseas, and in veterans hospitals. Large numbers of books of Jewish -nterest ara being shipped to military posts and veterans hospitals in honor of the momh by women affiliated with JWB's Women's Organisations' Division. The books w ill serve to start a Jewish library at these facilities or augment the existing stocks of Jewish books on the shelves of Jewish chaplains' libraries. As in previous years Jewish Book Month will note the anniversaries of the births and deaths of a number of Jewish scholars historians, poets, rabbis, philosophers and teachers. Among those to be honored are the noted Hebrew poet. Chain) Nahman Bialik. on the 25th anniversary of his death: Rabbenu Gershom. medieval scholar. who was born 1.000 years ago: Juc'ab Abarbanel. Iberian philosopher, born in 1*59; and Isaac Baer Levincon, grammarian and savant who died a century ago. Panelists representing Miami Beach will be John Poulov parks superintendent, and Jerome G. Greene, vice pre s ident of the Miami Beach Taxpayers' Assn. and chairman of its parks and beautification committee. Mitzvah" luncheon will be kC at noon in the R"-ood roos\ ASTHMA SUFFERERS FOR INFORMATION OF A SCIENTIFIC DRUGLESS TREATMENT 70 COaWfCf ASTaUU Write to FRANK CLINIC 23*5 COtAl WAT. MUML HA. BOOKLET "A** t %  % %  4c Stamp to HaM'mi C o m November Circle, in honor of the occasion. JL"^^"!*! ^?.!! 1 "^.i Fontainebleau hotel on Net. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Fried will soa "unched the bwiiding fund Mrs Norman swedel ind represent Organization for Reha c>m P>" the new Cedars of i r >an s Homer are c Sidney made during the Sabbath service JJ. e J r hotel Saturday ^ u ^1^ chairman. Speaking for Miami will b Ray_,.„ M ... *(_-*• Celebrants heard Abe AronoviU mund Plumer, of the planning %  ^oXIIIOry mttling and Sam Luby. general campaign board, and Vincent J. Ferrare. enAbe Horowitz Auxiliary 682 of ch nien. announce that $261,000 gmeering. ^ j evush war Veterans was to had been r*ved prior to the Helen Alpert. the committee's meet Thursday evening for the' cam P* 8 n opening. "These pledges public relations chairman, will be first time in the new post home at are '. n • dd, Lon to S1.7S0.000 on itor. NE I7M st. Mrs. hand." they emphasized, "and will enable the Cedars of Lebanon Hospital to begin construction next month." Dr. Morton M. Halpern. dens, pointe d out that Hi* are port of the advanced tiff Phase of the campaign for S2,*Me which will continue to the *f>d of the year. In welcoming guests, Mrs. Nathaniel M Levin, president of the green's au.ilMwW, • %  prossad re g ret s that ""••ee than 250 persons had to he turned away because of the limited facilities." Arrangements were by Mrs. Ja cob Colsky and Mrs Herschel Leschel. co-chairmen. Mrs. PeriU Schemberg and Mrs. Robert Wer tickets; Mrs Benjamin Oren and Mrs. Reuben Rochkind. reservations: Mrs. Fred Witkoff and Mrs. Han-ey Reiss, invitations. Ground was broken Nov. I for the hospital on the site of the new Metropolitan Medical Center at XW 12tk ave. and 14th st. The campaign seeks to raise the balance of funds needed to complete the entire six-story structure to house SB beds. Josh Rephun fright) is sworn in as an attorney this week by Judge IrVing Cypen. of the Dade County Circuit Court. Rephun is chairroan of the Leadership Training Institute of the Greater Miami Council lor Zionist Youth and toenrtrnaster of the Luncheon Club of the Miami Beach District of Z.OA He is principal of Adath Yeshurun religious school and past president of the Temple Emanu-D Young Aduhs. Before coming In Miami, he was on the staff of the Israel Delegation to the tinned Nafioas. Federal Dade Savings ••• .1 l.a. in"" ,. %  %  /VV3GVST BROS fty? 1 •>. a \ _>. %  %  aassr.-sSi ..iMOSeM



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lay, November 20, 1959 ImUt) nrrirfMfrr) IfgSi Returned; ilobcn Wins Runoff Sef •bert Kino; High scored a de,p victory in his bid Tuesday -ucceed himself as Mayor of i mi me 37,366 Miamians went to polls to pick a mayor and two commissioners. Llso victorious for the latter kiwere Henry L. Balaban in oup 2 and Joseph X. DuMond in DUP 3. IHigh led the field with 19,741 Vtes. Runnarsup were William olfarth, 8,141; John N. Gibson, |70; Roland Horoviti, 4,069; kd George Kalil, 403. 5;ilaban won handily "in Group Uh 17,662 votes, unseating Fred iDuvant, 12,824. Runnersup were thirl E. Norman, 2,397; and bert P. Rosillo, 2,240. Group 3, incumbent Otis W. icr was thrown into second }t with 12,683 tallies, when JosX. DuMond scored 15,334. fining were Murray Z. Klein, |8: Al Lange, 2,609; and Ed rd Czarneski, 1,931. Ihiver and DuMond battle it out (a runoff next Tuesday. Paga 11-B Lee Phillips and Kim Hunter star in "Summer and Smoke," by Tennessee Williams, which opened Tuesday for a two-week en gagement at the Coc onut Grove Playhouse ,w week forth Dade Joins ited Synagogue Jorth Dade Jewish Center will lone of the 80 new congregations Tbe inducted into membership! |me United Synagogue of Amer-j be induction will take place at forthcoming biennial convenor the United Synagogue Nev. \o 19 at the Concord hotel, Kiaha Lake, N. Y., it was anoced by Stanley L. Cohen, oreslit of North Dade Jewish CenLcrtirding to Cohen, the growth |the United Synagogue in the decade "has been in depth |well as in extent." tVo years ago," Cohen conled. "Ihe convention adopted a of synagogue practices, spell out the standards required of I iber congregations. This year, I the first time, there will be fusion of what commitments a gregation may properly deof its individual members, unity for its own sake has Icr been characteristic of the Iservative movement, it seems Ikely that any "code of pracwlll be adopted which dealt* particulars of Jewish observ." Coheji continued. Cancer League Meets Here Women's Cancer League of Miami Beach met for lunch Friday noon at the Monte Carlo hotel. The members discussed final plans for the "Extravaganza" luncheon at the Eden Roc hotel Jan. 6, to raise funds toward the purchase of a Cobalt Bomb at the new Mt. Sinai Hosptal. Mrs. Micky Kraus is president, and Mrs. Morris Gidney, membership vice president. Mrs. Sidney Ohrbach was in charge of reservations. Williams Play Opens for Two Weeks at Grove "Summer and Smoke," a tender love story by Tennessee Williams, opened at the Coconut Grove Playhouse Tuesday night for a twoweek engagement. It was first produced by Mari?o Jones at the Music Box Theatre in New York on Oct. 6, 1948, and also catapulted Geraldine Page and director Jose Quintero to fame when t was presented in the Circle inthe Square, New York City, during the 1951-52 season. The stars are Kim Hunter and Lee Philips, who is replacing Jef % frey Lynn, now standing by for Henry Fonda in a Broadway play. Others in the cast include James Reese, who appeared in three Playhouse productions last season; Toby Wing, who appeared in "The Women" at the Playhouse; Gar Wood, who has been seen in the motion pictures "Paisano" and "The Enemy Below;" Jerry LeRal, Trent Dolan, Mary Muir, and a cast of fine supporting players. The story "Summer and Smoke" tells about a frustrated minister's daughter (Miss Hunter) and her awakening of love for a young doctor (Lee Philips). Hampered by inhibitions and an adult world of church functions all her life, she finally offers her love to the doctor, only to find that she is toe late. She learns of his engageMusichn Added to Faculty A new member of the Miami Conservatory music faculty is John Masino, well-known in Buffalo, N. Y., for his 30 years of musical activities there. Feature pianist of the Hotel Statler-Hilton orchestra in Buffalo for 16 years Masino also taueht theory and harmony in the adult education extension rf<*llr>| of the New York State Department of Education. Miami Conservatory is at 2973 Coral Way. Beach Orchestra Performs Sunday London Symphony No. 7 in D. by Josef Haydn, will be the principal work by the Miami Beach Civic Orchestra conducted by Barnett Breeskin on Sunday evening at the Miami Beach Auditorium. Admission is free. The program will aiso Include the Tragic Overture. Brahms; Hungarian, Fantasy, List; and Capriccio Italienne, Tschaikowsky. Estelle Pappas will be featured piano soloist. She won the Chopin Centennial contest of Michigan in 1950, and has since performed with the Detroit, Wisconsin and Ft. Lauderdalc Symphony Orchestras. ment to another ydung lady in a gripping final scene. Owen Phillips direets the production, which will run through Sunday, Nov. 29. isher Dining writs Reopening kosher dining establihon Miami Beach* ace bcin£ lied lor the 1959-60 season. lie Emplro Kosher restaurant, Collins aye., opens Friday at Im. With the exception of last Ion, the dining establishment b< en at the same location for [ previousseven years. is reopening under the per^1 management of Sophie King. I features seven-course dinners. udjng wine and seltzer, at ^rery Ion able prices. Tulip Weiss, owner of the Royal |garian restaurant, 7*1 Waahn ave., has announced its reling for the 14th year on fsday, Thanksgiving Day, Nov. I at 4 p.m. "Complimentary and nosherai," Weiss an|iced, "will be 'on the house' nr old friends and those vislt[the Royal Hungarian for the time." WE ENDORSE OTIS W. snivEc reeds for Ttroh Ir.ual "welcome back" supper Be Sisterhood of Beth Tfilah held at tbe congregation on pay, according to Mrs. Rachel President. In charge of prcpons were Mrs. Gertrude Loew Mrs. Lillian Siiverman. Prowill go toward the purchase [Sefer Torah to be presented gngre gation Beth Tfilah. FOR MIAMI CITY COMMISSION COL S. H. PALMER SIG EISENBERG HARRY S. SCHWARTZ ISADORE SCHWARTZ JACK APTE SAM WASSERMAN DAVID RABINOWITZ MRS. ABE GOLDMAN HOWARD LEEB SAM I. SILVER PULL LEVER 2-A



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Page 12-B LmJ3SvSvSvSvS Please Do not flunk rrw conceited BUT I'm at my B£ST STOECKER'S Steaks j3 5 71* AVI. ON TM T1A& (S W. Mi S.) — OUR SPECIALTY — NICE, THICK, JUICY PRIME RIBS OF BEEF -AW rue van ttsr m 10mm UMQUtT fACIUTIli Candlelight Inn 1131 Coconat HENRY LEITSOM. Mar. ORDERS TO TAKE Qt/1 PHONE UN e-4303 : : 5 • .> ST MIIMI tc*c>XV3GUST BROS ft> f NAMES MAKE NEWS: With business calling Dim to Pboenix. Ariz.. Sidney Adler resigned as president-elect of the Florida State Jf **"" %  of Bnai B nth Lodges Adler opened a trailer park in the Arizona capital in conjunction with Paul Faske. Jerome Greene, president of the state organization, now has a problem on his hands. Edith Klein recently arrived from Atlanta to take over the youth directors post at North Shore Jewish Center. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. of Temple Beth Am. will keynote the aanual B'nai B'rith Youth conference Dec. 27 to 31 at Camp Owaissa Bauer, in South Dade. with 150 teen-agers from all over the state on hand Theme this year is "Jewish Values and World Progress." Ephraim Gale, executive director of Jewish Community Center, back in town after addressing a Jewish Welfare Board Conference m San Antonio. • Fun in the Sun section of Miami Herald in a few weeks will have a feature story on the long-distance commuting of Shirley Forrest (Mrs. Harvey Loxmani The ambitious singer, an understudy with the Miami Opera Guild, spends one week of each month in New York for vocal coaching. Jerry Carver proud of his son Neils "civic" accomplishments as a school patrol boy and new Cub Scout. Fashionable Mrs. Alexander Kenan is chairman and commentator of me 10m annual Phi Sigma Sigma Soioait, Alumnae fashion shew Saturday at the Seville. Models repre s entin g 13 U. of Miami will waspUy the latest styles and coiffures. Morey A Kayman doing a bang-up job as proxy of Fraternal Order der of Police, sponsoring the Chico Vejar Vmce Martinez bout at Miami Stadium Dec. 3. It's the rubber match between the two middleweights who broke records with the* previous two scraps at Madison Square Garden. Willie Gilzenberg is the promoter. Arthur Tekhner, l ea — i food mantelr at Singapore, Saxony and ether beachfront hotels, new operating the Chatter Box coffee shop near 143rd St. Sh opping Center. One of his many happy patrons is Jack Fisch, who recently epenad realty office s in that sector. Allen Goldberg didn't look like a man who had been laid up with an injured leg for weeks as be raced around arranging the successful affair of the Temple Emanu-El Men's Club at the Barcelona. Among the members who helped put it over with a bang were Jack Silverman. Judge Irving Cypen. A. Zabao, Dan Lev me. Julius Jay Perlmutter. Max Boderman. Marvin Kimmel. Jules P. Channing Sam KaU. and Dr. Herman Mechlowitz. BOTH SIOES OF THE BAY: Philadelphia Story." most ambitious undertaking to date at Studio M. is in for three weeks at Ruth Foreman's Bird rd. playhouse. It's one of Phillip Barry's best play-writing efforts, a comedy of manners. Lee Phillips, the leading man in "Summer and Smoke." the Coconut Grove Playhouse drama by Tennessee Williams, sure has a popular name. A feminine member of The Jewish Floridian staff is tagged the same, and the WKAT and free-lance TV announcer answers to that name Quite confusing, eh. what? One of Hollywood's real life romances is poignantly depicted in Beloved Infidel." now holding forth at the Carib. Miami and Miracle Theatres. Gregory Peck U cast a s F. Scott Fitzgerald, the author of The Great Gatsby" and "This Side of Paradise." Deborah Kerr plays Sheilah Graham, the Hollywood columni>t. The Jerry Wald production is faithful to Miss Graham's autobiog, highlighting the tender and tragic love affair Comic Guy Ronnie is featured roam tomorrow night. Opera Guild "faithful" are in for a rare treat, what with Eileen Farrell. the sensational soprano of the NY. Met Opera Co.. singing the lead m "La Giocanda," the season's opener on Jan. 25 at Dade County Auditorium. Light Opera Co. of Miami presenting "Mikado" nightly at Dade County Auditorium, through tomorrow. RESTAURANT ROW: Danny's Hide-A Way makes a fine addition to u t-Sf! !H 8 re UurtB m *** Gre t Miami area. If. giant menu .hi. w .1!, 8* stronora,c 1 >'8ht* The spot is plush and comfortable, located on former site of LAiglon. in Surfside •K. J**v Mt V 1 MnUM %  "•"•" %  PPetite is to take a gander at imdn^nt "^ "* ,urmn P over the hickory fire m the window of the Embers restaurant. With the season under way at Coconut Grove Playhouse thai stantly filled with local playgoers and rrwmbert ef the cat* Al •MM +m yevH rub .W. with Kim Huntor. er Mhee in the Carillon's Tambourine mm te/HSf fossify IVorfe im flerMs ON Tffh ST. CAUSIWAT a*aaaa*> • asaa*a SAAAA> Pp: bv A?Sdmif^l s^u amo r *. $Uur,t ~ r U P"ctic*d g Arthur's Court at Miami SnrinVillas, consisung of Vida Martin and Maria Fernandez £tt?r W tared on Havana TV as part of Ernesto Lecuo£ ork ** to Lagoon Restaurant, featuring Italian speciality. ',..-. J the season, located in Sunny Isles. *P* c,a, '. Just opened for Michel's kosher restaurant in Normandy Isles i twhs_. tioos for Thanksgiving Day 7 X an reservaLouls Epstein at the Pub on Coral Way. He's chairm.n .w. w. of Seaway Motels of Csnad. and U.S Add EngLnd loo THIV^ h0 d mg the Skyway, adjacent to London airport T1 yre,,f NOW THE EMBERS RESTAURANT RECOMMENDS ROYAL SQUAB oucKuie DAKOTA BIRD plus our comply. JH. snm gterling'g £245 22NO ST. 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,vember 20, 1959 +Jewlst fhiili r Page 13-B )ar JMitzvali AHjn Bott a ,MlvO'ABe*> David Bott frobraUd,^,^^ morn(21. 'at Beth David ConRabbi Yakov Rosenolliciate. I the aon f Mr. and Mrs. |t, of Nassau, Bahamas, KVV 16th ave., Miami. He |h grade at Shenandoah lh, and attends Beth Dabus school. 1 will follow the services, and a reception a*d dinner will be held in his honor Saturday evening at Dinner Key Terrace. Among guests will be relatives' from New York, Portland, Me., Toronto, and Nassau. • • • 1 Elliot W.imtock Temple Emanu-El will be the site of the Bar Mitzvah of Elliot Gary Weinstock on Saturday morning, Nov. 21. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. Elliot is the sin of, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Weinstock. > He attends eighth grade at Ida M. Fisher Junior High and Temple Emanu-El religious school. Lunpheon reception in his honor mm follow at the Famous restaurant. Steven StmmAs Rabbi Leon Krnish; will officiate at the Bar Mttzvah of Steven Wayne Sommers Saturday morning, Nov. 21, at Ttfnple feeth Sholom. II Steven is the 'fan of Vr. and Mrs. Albert Jay^Sommefe, 1065 W. 46th st. He is a studeS in the Beth Sholom confirmation tlass of 5721. • • • William is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kaplan, attends the eighth grade at Nautilus Junior High, and is a student at Temple '\ Emanu-El religious school. Luncheon reception in his honor will follow the ceremony at the Eden Roc hotel. Out-of-town guests will include Dr. and Mrs. David B. Sparber, Memphis, Tenn.; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sager, Mr. and Mrs.' Julius* Paull, and Mr. and Mrs. Julius Israel, New York City. • • • Michael Weitz Bar Mitzvah of Michael Wcitz will be celebrated Saturday morning, Nov. 21. at Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate. Michael is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weitz, 1125 99th st. He is a student in the Beth Sholom confirmation class of 5721. GRAND OPENING FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20th, at 4 P.M. Empire Kosher Restaurant 1357 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach 7-COURSE DINNERS from '1.35 FREE WINE AND SELTZER UNDER PERSONAL MANAGEMENT OF SOPHIE KING Charles Elman J. iiu KfNNtTH ig Sponsored of Tenfpie Ner Tamid !>or its second annual successful Broadway It .ire's Way," by Pulitzer 1 Herman Wouk. Re|are under the direction kernard Lamont." Frances Elman, will become Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services, Nov. 21, of Temple Judea. Charles attends eighth grade at Ponce de Leon Junior High, | and has been a student in the Temple Judea religious school for the past three years. Samuel Schmidt, theJJar Mitzvah's uncle, editor of **Every Friday," of Cincinnati, O., will be among guests at th ceremony. • William Kaplan Rabbi Irving I.ohrman will. .Officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of William Kaplan Saturday morning. Nov. 21, at Temple Enjanu-El. — %  r-7— '—T" Telephone JE 8-1391 CATERING TO PARTIES OF ANY SIZE •-. %  %  A*AA i ii >a a -i~*u* T "* A **a* ** M THE NEW PACKAGE PLAN IS YOUR BE ST BUY Air Conditioned & Hco d sections of the Friday night and > Saturday morning service, as well r, as the traditional Haftorah and Maftir. Under the instruction of Cantor Ban-Zion Kirschenbaum, a select number will actually conduct the entire Saturday morning service. Included in this number are 11 girls. Their Bas Mitzvah ceremony Sill be conducted by Rabbi Lipschitz on Friday evenings. ••The number of confirmands is especially significant in_ view of thf phcnomental growth of the congregation." Rabbi Lipschitz decbred Less than five years ago the entire membership consisted of e 65 families, many of whom were orieinally from Monticello,. N. Y. S a half decade the area and synionoiie have grown to where this Jf^ a structure that will sea 1400 worshippers and provide for ^students is about to be erected. I Make Your Reservations for THANKSGIVING Dinner 940-71st St., Miami Beach Free Park UN 6-6043 Air-Coiia. Under Orthodox Vaad Hakashruth SAM & CARL'S DELICATESSEN Complete Selection of • COLO CUTS • HOT CORNED BEEF • PASTRAMI • TURKEY Also • SMOKED FISH CLOSED MONDAYS WE CATER: • PARTIES FOR AIL OCCASIONS (8 People or More) • ENGAGEMENTS • WEDDINGS • CONFIRMATIONS .MPORTED -. DOMESTIC REER • WINE %  "" %  %  So. Miami MO 5-1631 j 6751 SW 57th Ave. (Red Rd.) Deluxe Thanksgiving Dinner DUCK TURKEY GOOSE DINE IN AN OLD WORLD ATMOSPHERE at the BAVARIAN PINE TREE INN GERMAN AMERICAN CUISINE Wl CATIR TO PART.ES IftM "'> A CONOTTIONED FAMOUS FOR ORIGINAL GERMAN DISHES 2441 S.W. 37th Av.no. *<>"• H1 ** 4 Rloeki Sth of Miracle Mile



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Page 14-B Weighing a career idea. Dr. Donald D. Michelson. director. Hillel Foundation at the University of Miami, counsels with New Yorker Sclly Myerson. Dementary Education sophomore. Hi I lei, Center of Judaism at UM, In Desperate Need of Renovation Supporters of the Miami Hillel Foundation at the University of Mumi have teamed to pull the project from the quicksand* of debt and disrepair back into the sunshine of success Hillel House, designed by arch.teci Norman M Ciller, of Miami Beach, holds home ties for 3.000 Jewish students. 1.750 of them Greater Mia missis Visitors at recent Sunday morning "brunches" saw inspiring religions services led by students. sat down to familiar fare, and "Shema, Yisroel!" at special Simchas Torah service, song Marvin Feld. Hillel choir director and Student Council president, of York. Pa., UM Business Administration major studying on a band scholarship. came away aroused by the stirring appeal voiced by a talented music student, who explained how the Foundation supports the program but not the building. This it new in dire need of completion and repair. It leeks air c oadi w owin n. and the library lacks bookshelves if net books. But mest pressing is the threat el fore c losure en the mortgogo, new many months in arrears. "Please help us raise VtXft*." she asked. Investment in Hillel House, where a Jewish student benefits from a family atmosphere phis personal counsel when necessary, "is something to pay lifetime dividends through the child's increased stability and development.'' according to quiet-spoken Dr. Donald D. Michelson. Hillel director, who with horn rims, square shoulders sad crew cut, is given to polo shirts and a resourceful objectivity. "Individual counseling is of course kept in complete confidence." he said, "but a few highlights reveal deeply vital situaUons met and mastered." For example, one boy in serious debt stole and sold books, was caught and made to face up to his wrong-doing. "I'll forever give credit to the police." Dr. Michelson said, "who saw the boy's inherent worth and brought nun to me for advice. The out come was. he not only repaid everything and regained his self respect, but he also went on to become a campus leader." There is the lonely student with family roots now broken for the fir>t time, who needs ac ceptance -When he's helped to find out that others are lonely too. that he's not unique, and is jkvf'$f/fcr*fey7 guided into group doings or committee work one more pr is solved." Dr. Michelson smiled. "If you're disturbed, and young, foe," ho won* en, "things crn seem rows*. One hey, • wovld-be suicide. tbinki*3 himself an atheisl found life meaningless and empty. His problem took many sessions, psychiatric help ond even semeenatyeie, hew he came areuod. He found himself. In seme cases HUleJ offers the f'rst religious training a student has ever known." Besides giving guidance. Dr. Michelson serves as teacher of Jewish history. Bible, basic Judaism. cuM'mand ceremonies, and elementary Hebrew. He is religious counselor, and he asm smoothing .out conflicts in the university calendar w:th h holidays, rituals and the Sabbath Hillel House represents and helps interpret Judaism to the university community, as well. 'There will doubtless be gusts. but the sole spot with cross ventilation is the lobby. Had the building been erected on the l"t it was designed for. its exposure would have been totally different. Turned around as it is, though, the lounge, chapel, rooms and office need cooling, particularly in Apnl. May. part of June and all of both September and October The caretaker's quarters are stifling. "No shelving was installed hi the library. After eir-condition%  ng is completed, the open areas heck of the onilmM should be sealed, vse else Children's Corner by Isadore Shavridj Hello, boys and gtrttl Now that schools bock **< H.gh Holy Day season is over, we begin this week'*!!* regular "Children's Corner." Please let me hear from i you have any special ideas about features you'd like in regularly included. Remember, this is your "Children's f so let's make it truly YOURS.-lsadore Shavrick. lie address s y ste m te communicate ttimighoMl When we're looking body, we hove te Ir s not s o an auditorium, chapel, offices, lobby, lounge, hwshoos, storage, library, classroom and stude n t offices. The prosenium was never painted, and the entire interior interior should be repainted— after five years' use. •The roof? Yes, it leaks— where certain insulation deteriorated. One wall is crumbling from a leak at the top. We have no recourse because the company that built it went out of business." County wide, leaders with a warm spot for these young Jewish men and women, readying their wings for flight into adulthood, are leaping into Use breach, making of themselves and their bounty the recourse to meet these practical needs and so spur forward the work of Hillel House for a good today and a better tomorrow. Miami Hillel campaign cochairmen are Harold Thurman. of Coral Gables, and Sam A. Goldstein, of Miami Beach. GOOD PLUMCIND] Now Open For Business SI PLUMBING 12012 N. MIAMI AVENUE • 24-HOUR SERVICE • BAY: PL 8-2081 NK5HT: MU 1-1624 OUR SHOP ON WHEELS PROVIDES QUICK, EXPERT SERVICE FREE • ALTMATtOMS • HtW IHSTALLATMNS ISAAC Kaac was the son of Abraham and Sarah. His father was 9& years old when three angels visited him. One of them said. • Next year at this time your wife will give birth to a son Sarah. 89 years old. was in the tent. The voice of the angel drifted back to her. She laughed to herself. "How can an old woman like me bear s son?" The angel rebuked Abraham. "Why is Sarah laughing? Does she think that God cannot do anything He desires? Next year at this time, she will have a son. Name him 'Isaac' because Sarah laughed at this prophecy." Why do you think the angel insisted on this name? Because "Isaac'' stems from a Hebrew word meaning •laughter." Exactly one year later, Sarah gave birth to a b e au t iful son. Abraham named him, "YitzChok." the Hebrew word for laughter. I wonder if you can figure for yourself the ages of Abraham and Sarah when Isaac was hern? In English the name "Yiti-Cbok" is translated into "Isaac." Up til forty or fifty years ago. Isaac was a very popular English name for Jewish children It was also a very common name among English and ai—nina bows who .were not Jewish. Many years ago a wonderful book was written It was called "Ivanboa." One of its leading characters was a Jew. "Isaac of York." One of the greatest scientists of all time also poos used this name. He was Sir Isaac Newton. The Puritans living in England and America over three hundred years ago were very food of this name. Even today, many fishermen in the New England states are called Isaac. Today, however, not many Jewish boys bear this beautiful name. However if you are called WORD mzu L A H H O L T Israel u tlit birxkpUci of s*| ish people, h u mh ial lend. Coturrt LAND to HOul five tupi cfusfuwj ami? ml reck tiwr t new word u {as*.] DO YOU KNOW? Tkr /dowing tre nma if | pie oil beginning Ml* St "E Ml ra tkt mumg Ue*B E A high pnat E A Hrbfrw radft E A Hebrew props* E A no of Jan. umui NUT wui HISTORY QUIZ fn which of the /*Bm|] fwrre tkt }twi exiled /roe I 119* |4er have bees elected co-chairmen %  of the sixth annual teen-age eonclave of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center slated for Dec. 6 at the Sans Souci hotel. Stone, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wal|ter Stone. 100 SW 47th ave. u a senior at Miami High. He is a member of the Miami "Y" and president of Sigma Rho. He also belongs to the Exchange Club and the National Forensic League, and is a member of the n>rtball B Squad at Miami High The son of Mr. and Mrs Abra ham Woifer. Leonard is a sensor at North Miami High and president Chiropractor Opens Offices Dr. Herbert F. Ross has opened chiropractic physician's offices at 779B Corel Way. Dr Ross is a graduate of the Chiropractic Institute of New York, and did undergraduate work at Brown University. At the Cniropracuc Institute, Dr. Ross was elected to Delta Chi honor society and Lambda Chi Beta fraternity. Prior to opening his offices here, be was associated with a number of prominent Miami chiropractors. He is a member of the Miami JayMiotuuta WOMAN TO SHAK My bear, Caret essta %  £ H eei I shopoies. ( %  %  • % %  THereth Israel A roast beef dinner by Tifereth Israel Sisterhood will be held at the home of Mrs. Ann Harris. CM NE 5ist st.. on Sunday at 5 p.m. Hostesses are Mrs. Ann Harris, Mrs Edith Rosenberg. Mrs. Pauluse Quendo and Mrs. Sarah Levin. FOR SALE coosnm i*£* cesditiso. •• *j L lor ee.ee.* ia res*bw-<~ otootwol ssocioes **>"£ large thee ogee owrc*. %  eta, dose to |os | ig* C00PU OR LADY W** or ieet me•* m HI 3-5319 •*•*•# %  % %  *•••' of PI Kappa Gamma. At school he u a guidance aid and senior class home room representative. WRiRWTlO*



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/, November 20. 1959 *Jewisti fhrHkm Page 15-B iera Guild Launches Rehearsals for Auctions of la Gicconda/ 'Carmen' (if-hty-five Hi*rni uf* i l mi begun rehearsals for the two fas, "La Gioconda" and "Carwhich the Opera Guild of a'ter Miami will present this |ltT with casts of internation!-rt'iowned singing stars in the roll's. nth operas will be seen at the (mi Beach Municipal Auditoras well as the Dade County %  itorium. Opening Hit Guild** lHi seawill be dramatic soprano EiFarrOll in th tltlo role of erf side Group ites Concert Mis B. Hoberman has been lied president of the Surfside He Society. Other officers bed at a meeting of the recentormed organization are Estelle ipas; vice president, and Dr. Porcell, secretary, jrfsidc Music Society will prca concert Saturday evening at fside Town Hall, featuring EmErdelyi and Leon Hammer, linists; Effira Rosanoff, cellist; Abraham Haiduck, violist. so to be heard is Miss Lillian n. folk 'singer and instrumenPonchiolli's "La Cio,cond.," OL itttarics | MRS. ESTHER G. WILLNER Normally dr.. died NOV. 16. u.in resident hare for I nmlnt" from Baal orange. N.J. active In Hadaaoah, Fidelity, IM Light House for the is survived by her win, I...' brother. .lack; V phi* Weinherg an.l lira, ,,\villnr. Services were In Cark, N..I.. with local arrangit.H by Cordon Funeral Home. MORRIS BABOK 770 Tatum Waterway dr., iit-d new hln home Nov. 14. He here 14 yearn ago from South i! Mich., and operated aeveral els and resort apartment buildings South Florida. Survivors Include \.ite. Dlna; a mill, Seymour; and daughters, Mm. Anna Nlven and _. Hone Block. Service* were Nov. [at Riverside Memorial Ceiapel. mandy Isle, with burial In Mt. u Cemetery. IRS. SYLVIA S. BKRNSTEIN uf 925 Bay dr., died Nov. W. She • here 18 years ago from Chicago. vlvors Include her husband, Mau. her mother, two sisters and a Iher. Services were In Chicago. Riverside Memorial Chapel. Norly Isle. In charge of local arigements. AARON BOONICK i S\V lth ter.. died Nov. 13. wa> a real estate salesman, and %  m here five years ago from New tk City. Surviving are his wife. % %  be; two sons. Martin and Heri a daughter two brothers, two is and two grandchildren. Me \U-. president of Temple Zalr. a Mason, and member of ShoI.odge, H'nal Hrlth. Services |r. Nov 17 at Gordon Funeral e, with burial In Mt. Nebo CemeCEOROE LUTWACK %  f 2106 Ni: 2nd ave., died Nov. 15. here 14 years ago from I Conn,, and was a used car > lie Is survived by two daugh'ieorgette Lutwacl. and Mrs. ,.... %  Baxter, and two sisters. SyILutwaok and Mrs. Winifred COMPLETE FREEDOM OF CHOICE ... fa monuments and sll detail*. Dwigned by Alfred Browning Parker to be America's most l*plringwssnrlslgerdsB*,*t> Isfying year deepest deskes foe beauty and dignity. JVpefnaf curt fma mntmJ Li.un mtmoKiAL bAdOENS Kfehtlvt Offcrt: II UrlsmingoPUsa.Hktleah.Fla. TU 7-2061 OUR SPECIALTY -ir CONDOLENCE BASKETS FfffSNir PACKfD ••* BCUVIMD WITHIN TNf NOW FRUIT CIRCUS 1698 S.W. Flagltr Tar. • PHONE • £* FR 3-9TO—F11 MSU -ir which will be seen here for the first tim*. Metropolitan mezzo Rise Stevens, regarded as the greatest Carmen of the day, will be heard in the Bizet opera. Both stars will be making their first operatic appearances here. Beach audiences have heard them before, however, in concert with the University of Miami Symphony, and in recital. Supporting Miss Farrell in "La Gioconda" will be Flaviano Labo leading tenor of the Rome Opera, who scored an outstanding succes last season in the Guild's produc ion of "Rigoletto." Others In the cast will include two of rho Mot's loading male singers, Cessre Bardelli, baritone, and Nicola Moscona, basso, and two newcomers to the local opera scene. Franco* Bible, soprano of tho Now York City Center Opera, and Mary McMurray, mono of the .NBC opera. Miss Stevens will have Metro politan tenor Brian Sullivan in support, together with Metropolitan baritone Walter Cassell, so prano Dorothy Warenskjold, of the San Francisco Opera, and basso Edward Doe, of the Philadelphia Opera. A feature of both operas will be the 85-voice Miami Opera Guild Chorus. Emerson Buckley will be the conductor. The two operas will be seen in three performances each. "La Gioconda" will be given at the Dade County Auditorium Jan. 25 and 30, and at the Miami Beach Municipal Auditorium Jan. 27. "Carmen" will be presented at the Dade County Auditorium Feb. 22 and 27, and at the Beach Auditorium Feb. 24. WKF^T^. "g.. y^sj^vftl] gt A HP^Yl / %  : %  sH 'iv3H ..---" ^^jp*|s^^^ l^^E^ %  ?*m LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN th-it the undersigned, desiring to engage in s under t h. fli itious n. RICHARD'S DECORATORS at N*st. *Vwl AY. V.\flniui totiinss to reg%  i %  11 name with the clerk of the Circuit court of bade County, Florida. sin. GOLDSTEIN NORMAN It. LYONS Attorney for Applicant 1101 Btecayn* uivii. 11 -J1--J7. 12/4-11 Gregory Peck and Deborah Kerr in "Beloved Infidel," at the Carib, Miami and Miracle Theatres, intimate story of the love affair between a girl from the London slums and the American genius, F. Scott Fitzgerald, whose life and talent were wrecked by alcohol. Gross. Services were Nov. IS at Rlv•raMe Memorial Chapel. W. Falger st. MRS. LILLIAN LEWIS .19, long-time Miami Reach resident, died Nov. 12. She came here 40 years %  go from Paterson. N.J.. and was a past president of Temple Israel Sisterhood and a member of the Ladles' Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai Hospital and National Council of Jewish Women. Both she and her hushand, J. Oerald I ewls, have been active members of the Dade County Cancer Society for many years, bf which he has twice served as president. In addition to her husband, she Is survived by two %  on* I>. Robert and Dr. I^onard; daughter. Mrs. Sheila Lehrhurger: brother. Herbert KaufmaV. and II grandchildren. Services were Nov. 1J in Temple Israel, with burial at C.raceland Memorial Park. Oordon Funeral Home was In charge of arrangements. EDWARD LEDERMAN RJ. of :.-. Itth st.. died Nov. 12. He came her, II years ago from Pall %  more, an.l was an attorney. >•")"In,are his wife. Minnie an.l foil, sisters. Services were Nov. '•' •' Newman Fun. ml Home, with burial In Ml. NebO Cemetery. JACOB PETERS 77. of 16iw Meridian ave died Nov. II He came here six yea.s .-.., from New York, and was a retired real broker, Surviving are his wife, Three son-, including l"[ !" Miami: two daughters and a brother. Service* were Nov. 11 a N< '""an Funeral Home, with Initial In Lakeside Memoria l Park. MRS. GUSSIE FEIO 71. of 310 Washington ave.. died Nov. Ineton ave.. with burial In Mt. Sln.U Cemetery. Young Executives Aid CJA Drive Twelve young professional and business executives came forward last week to volunteer their personal efforts in the CJA Cash Week drive. Headed up by Emanuel J. Smith, the group conducted a "Collection Dialathon" in a concentrated threehour period which netted several thousand dollars in pledge payments for CJA. Assisting Smith in the streamlined solicitation were: Allan Greenberg, Harry B. Smith, Milton Balsam, George A. Simon, Marshall Wolper, Allen Freehling, Herschel V. Green, Melvin Green, Daniel Cravift, Seymour Gelber and Louis Spoctor. "Every businessman in Dade county knows you cannot run a business on promises," said Smith. "The Greater Miami Jewish Federation cannot channel funds to the thousands of people who need them unless pledges are paid at once," Smith declared. The young men constitute part of the vanguard of campaigners who are active each year in the CJA Young Men's Division. Smith informed Cash Week chairman Jay I. Kislak that a total rundown on actual amounts collected would be submitted shortly. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of IiADB RECORDS at number 47m N\\ Avenue ;n the City ol Miami. Florida Intends to reHi.~ter the .-aid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Horlda. Dated at Miami, Florida, this Hth day of November, I9M, MARUN RECORD CORPORATION EUGENE LEMLICH Attorney for Applicant HL'U-27, 12/4-11 IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 59C10B26 VERCINIE FRANCES SPIRTOB, Plaintiff, vs. THBO SPTHTOS, I i.f.ndant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: TUB i BPIRTOS, 228 W. 24th Btreet, New York City, NY. YOU AUK HEREBY M >TII-1 KD that suit for divorce, and In the alternative annulment, has been brought against you. and you are to file your Answer or other pleading In the office Of the Clerk of the above court and serve a copy upon the plaintiff's attorney, OEOROE N. MacDONELL. on or before the 28th day of December, 1959; otherwise the complaint will be taken as confessed by you. DATED, this 13th day of November, A.D., 19599. E. !'• I.EATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court (seal) 1-y: K M. LYMAN, Deputy clerk 11/2H-27, 12/4-11 Pallet Attends Convention E. Albert Pallot, president and chairman of the board of Biscayne Federal Savings and Loan Assn., left here last week to attend the annual convention of the United States Savings and Loan League in Dallas, Tex. Some 4.000 Savings and Loan industry leaders from all parts of the nation attended. Nov. II at Riverside Memorial Chapel. Washington eV*., with burial in Mt. Nebo Cemetery. MRS SARAH MATTES 10 died Nov. II at her home, 1420 Blarrita dr. She came here 26 y*MJ ago from Port .1. "is. N.T. Hjfrtoes were Nov. 14 at Newman Funeral Home. Survivors Include her hus!,.,,,,! Hurray, mother, brother, and sister. She was a member of the Anna Mi'l.-r Circle and North Shore chapter of B' nal B'rlth. MRS. •ADYE FORMAN (1 of 815 191st st., died Nov. I. She came here from New York 12 years ago. Surviving are her husband Samuel two sons. Oerald and Mar In; and two sisters. Including Mrs Lillian iol.lherg, Miami Beach. She also leaves a hn.iher. s..vices were Nov. 11 at Riverside Men...rlal Chapel. Nornlandv Isle, with burial in Star of David Cemetery. MR*. MARTHA HOLSTEIN 44 of 8J5 A ton rd., died Nov. 9. A resident here IS years, she was member of the American Me.bca •enter and National Society of Lagal Survlvln, ar* her hu.band, Earl P """•%  1 %^52i Fii Knliian llunv ti. and brother. Ell Huwiti. Services were Nov. 1 at GordTinFuneral Home, with burial In ||t. Nebo Ce metery. MRS. LENA KREFETZ 79, of 1645 N\V North River dr.. died ST-.& *ST.•mS.ATof'SSr^ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTIOE is HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, %  ill Ir i %  -s under the fictitious name ol COLLECTION BUREAU OF AMERICA t ITM v l: '**rd Street, North Minn: Florida, Intends to reg:,i oeahi n Itb the Clerk ol the circuit Conrl of Dade County, Plorl.l'i j. c. FBUSCIANTtt Bole Owner ii iO-27, ll-il NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name %  < It \ \l INDUSTRIAL AND TRADIN.; COMPANY at 58*0 N.B. 2nd W.nii., Miami. Florida Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. P10rWa C.USTA.V R. MAYER WELUBCH, DOU43BBRTY & ZAIAC Attorneys for Oustav R-^hgor^ ^ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name or PELICAN BAR A GRILL at 7818 Northeast Second Avenue. Miami, Florida Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida JOHN C.ENONI—100% I.EWISON AND FREED Attorneys for f'.enonl L>:, West nattier stre.t Miami. Florid. n/30 27 2/4 .„ NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 59C10670 PATRICK CURRAN, Plaintiff, vs. FLORENCE CURRAN, ..el.lldallt. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: FLORENCE CURRAN 0 ayetherole street Itego I'ark. New York You. FLORENCE CURRAW, are hereby notified that a Rili Of Com. plain! for Divorce has been filed Mains! you, and you are required to serve a eopy of your Answer or P Inn to the I till of C.molalnt on the plaintiff's Attorney, Richard W. wuEsq.. 42" Lincoln Road, Ml,. i:, ,. %  ', 89, l irida, ni'l file the original Anawei Pleading; In the office of the Clerk of the Ctrcull n or before the llth day of December, 1959. if you fall to do so, judgment by default will be taken against yon f"i the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published nnrts each w.-.-k for fo IQve weeks In THE JEWISH FLORIDraN. DONE AND ORDERED st Miami. Florida, this 9th day of November. E." B. I.EATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County. Fkindi (seal) By: R. H. felCB, JR. Deputy Clerk. RICHARD W. WASSERMAN, ESQ. 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach 39, Florida Attorney for !" "" n n3 i0 _„, i vi NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, dealrlng to engage in business under the fictitious name of A/.ii: OP MIAMI at 190 North East 112th Street, Miami 18, Florida Intends to register sah! name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ROBERT E. FRAZBR CLYDE I' Ft 'fiTTER, JR. All ,,ne> .,,, : .,lcrt kFjMJT wtn DAVID MENDELSOHN 57 of 17*9 8W b %  died N0Vj7. Herime here six year, ago £mJ; ,l, r ,., Kiand.hildren. Hurlal was isov. 13 in Woodl awn I'ark. MORRIS ROTH man Funeral Home. MRS. HANNAH 8IEGEL l,v Oordon Funeral Hom e. MRS OLOA BROOKMAN 77. of 800 Washington ave died NOV. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to eng business under the fictitious name of GENERAL CARi'KTS at 63:. North East 123th Street. North Miami. Florida intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. .,,„__ WILLIAM A. MA HER Sole Owner CLYDE E. FOSTER, JR. Attorney for William ftjggfa^ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of TEXAS TOTEM DIVERSIFIED INVESTMENTS at 10823 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, Dade County. Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. TBXAS TOTEM DIVERSIFIED INVESTMENTS MALSl'EIK AMAKER Attorney* for Texas Totem Dlvenlfled Investments ^ ^ ^ n NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS IIKREHY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ESQUIRE IIARBER SH.M> at 2.i27 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables. Fla., Intend to register said name with t*e Otarh of theCircuit Court of Dad* County. Florida JOSE FRRELY GARY ORTEGA Sole Owners WALTERS, MOORE & COSTANZA Attorneys for Applicants ,008 Alnsley BldV „,,.„ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to.engage in business under the fictitious name or TROriCANA BAR at 10T.7 N.W. 79th Street, Miami, Fla., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JALK CORP. (a Fla. Corp.) Sole Ownership 11/13-20-27,12/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious nalte of C.OI'HEit-MIAMI I'" (Not Inc.) c/o JMome 0. Greene, 241 Security Trust i:Mi;., Miami, FIB., intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I Hide County, Horlda. HARVEY B. RRE \ \l ROBERT L. BERNSTEIN HARRY II k'ATZ JEROME •: GREENE Attorney for Applicants L'll Security Trust BIdg. II'13-20-27. 12/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to eugage In business under the fictitious name of GENERAL ELECTRONICS at 16r.9 James Avenue. Miami Reach. Florid:! intends to Register said name with rk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florid* TRANS-OCEANIC SALES. INC. Sol* Owner EU BRflGER Attorney for Owner 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach. Fla. ^^ 2 4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 1S HEREHY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the flotltlous name of PALMLAND PRINTERS at 7937 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami. Florida Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. „„_„ T. D. F. CORP. IRVING NATHANSON, Attorney 11/13-20-27. 12/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MIAMI MKNSTixIS it 1133 N.B. Miami Place. Miami. Florida intends to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, r FR AN -LEE SPORTSWEAR OF MIAMI, INC, Ruth Chen. President SEYMOUR J. SIMON Attorney for Fran-Lee Sportswear of Miami, Inc. 11/1S-20-27.12/4



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Jewish Flor idian
Combining THf JEWISH UHttf and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
lumber 47
Miami, Florida, Friday, November 20, 1858
Two Sections Price 20
OUTGOING STATE DEPARTMENT OFFiaAl ROBERT MURPHY THIS STORY IN EXCLUSIVE REPORT
of North Africa Fared Well Under Vichy Government
m FRIEDMAN

Washington
Jewry did not
kinder Vichy France
|frding to the Amer-
who handled that
nse of World War
Murphy, Under-
ate for Political
ires next month
to become president of Coming
Glass Works International.
Mr. Murphy was assigned in
Paris when France fell and later
served as Ambassador to Vichy.
In 1942 he became President
Roosevelt's personal representa-
tive in North Africa and U.S.
political advisor on the staff of
the supreme allied commander in
the Mediterranean.
Granting a private interview to
this reporter, Mr. Murphy remin-
isced about his career and Jew-
ish problems.
It was clear that Hm genial,
65-year-old diplomat recognized
the horror of Nazism. From the
ventage point of the U.S. Consu-
late in Munich, ho observed Hit-
ler's abortive intriques and Beer
Hall putsch. In 1924, Mr. Mur-
phy wrote an evaluation of Hit-
ler for the State Department. He
admitted underestimating tho
Nazis' future rise.
By the 1930's Mr. Murphy
found himself advising German
Jaws to leave the country. Their
reply, even after 1938's "Crystal
Night": "It can't happen here."
In 1940, as Nazi columns en-
tered the suburbs of Paris, Mr.
Murphy responded to the plight
of the Chief Rabbi of Paris. He
provided the rabbi with the last
available Embassy car. But it
was too late. Mr. Murphy had
earlier urged the rabbi to leave
but to no avail.
Arriving in North Africa, Mr.
Murphy found Jews the victims
of discrimination. But their sit-
uation was not nearly as bad as
Continued on Page 16-A
mps Threaten War
^Answer to Peace
Offered by Israelis
IATTONS(JTA)The United Nations was once again
um for an offer by Israel to discuss peace terms with
without conditions and another bellicose Arab response
enewed warfare against Israel,
was a debate on*
Special Committee
of Secretary Gen-
Irrtmarskjold recom-
iration of the refu-
thost countries with
of a substantial
fund to be prov id-
auspices.
spokesman, Ahmad
Saudi Arabian Min-
for the UN, seized
ffor another violent
ion Israel. Michael
|ty chairman of Is-
on Page 5-A
CJFWF Creates
Cultural Group
Igee problem before
Ntion's General As-
Political Commit-
cipal problem is the
mandate of the
Relief and Works
is caring for the
I, and which is due' M4M wms awabd PACE l-A
June.
Mapai Plans Referendum
On Voting System Change
SAN FRANCISCO- sures to establish a national Jew-
ish cultural foundation and a
council of Jewish cultural agen-
cies were taken here at the con-
cluding session of the 28th general
assembly of the Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds.
The four-day parley, which stud-
ied local national and overseas
problems affecting the Jewish
community, adopted a series of
resolutions defining its position on
these issues. Irving Kane, of
Cleveland, was elected sixth presi-
Continued on Pago 6-A
li Arabia Urges Closing
of Aqaba to Israel
^-(JTA)-King Saud of Saudi Arabia started a new drive
?cure withdrawal of the United Nations Emergency Forces
l-Sheikh overlooking the Strait of Tiran, in a move to close
iqaba to Israeli shipping and extend the Arab blockade to
laba. +
political counsellor,
.jini, a former Pales-
lativt of the ex-Mufti
. the King informed
ress at his capital of
he had written to
enhower, officially
_, calling on him to
to secure withdrawal
pn-el-Sheikh garrison.
is one of the four
kting on the Gulf of
others being Egypt,
Israel.
to the statement
le Tuesday, Prosi-
er "promised" In
aggressor in the
i would be allowed
py territory. "Wo are
still waiting and urging that this
promise be fulfilled," be said.
Meanwhile, in Jerusalem, Pre-
mier David Ben-Gurion has warn-
ed members of the United Jewish
Appeal study mission here that
Arab threats to annihilate Israel
"are more serious than you or
even the Israeli people realize."
He expressed confidence that Is-
rael would break through the wall
of hatred, blockade and boycott,
but declared it would not be an
easy task. "Perhaps," he com-
mented, "we will have to pay as
dearly for it as we paid eleven
years ago" when Israel won its
independence by fighting off inva-
Ision by the Arab armies.
TEL AVIV-(JTA)-T h e new
Knesset, Israel's Parliament, elect-
ed on Nov. 3, will be convened on
Nov. 30, it was announced this
week as Mapai leaders pondered
a national referendum on a change
in Israel's proportional representa-
tion election system.
Agreement to such a referendum,
it was understood, was being con-
sidered by the Mapai officials as a
possible condition for partnership
in the new coalition Government
which will be headed again by
Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion.
This would not require coalition
partners to vote in the Knesset for
the electoral change but only for a
referendum which would leave it
to the electorate and not to the
Knesset to decide.
The Central Elections Commit-
too published the official results
of the election which gave Ma-
pai 47 seats and the Mapai-back-
ed Arab lists five seats for a to-
tal of 52 seats, nine short of an
absolute majority of the 120
Knesset seats. The National Re-
ligious party won 12 seats, the
joint Agudah list six, the right-
wing Herut 17, the left-wing Ma-
pam nine, the leftist Achdut
Avodah seven, tho Progressives
six. General Zionists eight, and
Communists three.
Final results in the Tel Aviv
Municipality struggle gave Achdut
Avodah a second seat, bringing
the strength of the left-wing par-
ties to 15. These included 11 for
Mapai, two for Achdut Avodah and
one each for Mapam and the Com-
munists. The right-wing total was
14. made up ot six General Zionist,
five Herut, .two Religious party,
and one Agudah.
Premier Ben-Gurion will make
an effort to persuade former
Prime Minister and Foreign
Minister Moshe Sharett to ac-
cept membership in the new Is-
rael Cabinet, it was indicated
here. Mr. Ben-Gurion reported-
ly was ready to offer Sharett any
portfolio except that of Foreign
Affairs.
The Progressives, who won two
seats, now hold the deciding votes
in the election for Mayor since
neither the right nor left-wing fac-
tions have achieved a majority in
'-fajhe- Council. -If the Progressives
choose to demand the mayoralty
as the price for supporting a mu-
nicipal coalition, their candidate
would be Chaim Mordechai Stern,
general director of Rassco.
HERBERT EHRMANN
. storm center
B'nai B'rith, AJCongress Take
Issue With Ehrmann's Criticism
NEW YORK (JTA) Three prominent American Jewish leaders
took sharp issue this week with the American Jewish Committee over
a statement made by Herbert B. Ehrmann, AJC president, criticizing
the disclosure of the Eisenhower-Khrushchev talks on the Russian Jew-
ish situation and taking credit for the President's action.
Philip S. Klutznick who. as chair*--------------------------------------------
man of the ad hoc committee of
organizations, sought to establish
an American Jewish representa-
tion to see the Soviet Premier dur-
ing his visit here, told the board
of governors of B'nai B'rith that
the American Jewish Committee
had "no monopoly of interest" in
the plight of the Jews behind the
Iron Curtain.
He said it was "ridiculous" to
withhold knowledge from the
American Jewish community of
Mr. Eisenhower's action, partic-
ularly when the White House had
no objection. He said if the pub-
lication was a breach, it had not
been helped by the AJC state-
ment "which boasts that it sent
someone to see the President."
In the course of his statement
Klutznick disclosed that in the ne-
gotiations for a united represen-
tation, the AJC had made condi-
tions for joining the ad hoc body,
all of which "had been substan-
tially met; "that, if an appoint-
ment had been obtained with
Continued on Page 2-A
Russia Wants Peace, Editor Says
UAMC CHIEF ATTACKS
ISKUL'S MKOTT PA6I e-A
The Soviet Union is prepared to
give significant ground'on a wide
variety of issues including the
Near and Far East but it draws
the line on a nuclear rearmed Ger-
many, Norman Cousins, editor of
the Saturday Review, told several
thousand delegates Tuesday meet-
ing at the 45th general assembly
of the Union of American Hebrew
BINSIOCK
COUSIMS
Congregations in the Fontainebleau
hotel.
Back from an exchange lecture
tour to the Soviet, Cousins declar-
ed that "both the United States
and Russia are genuine in their
desire for peace. But neither will
give ground on issues important to
each in certain areas of policy."
Warning that "we live in an
age of overkill," the Saturday
Continued on Page 2-A
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PCKjt* 2-A
+Jet&ncr*Ma*i
Russia Wants Peace, Editor Asserts
Continued from Page 1-A
editor roooitsd that
"both sides have 20-megaton N-
bombs stockpiled by tho thous-
ands, oach infinitely moro pow-
erful than th* bomb that do-
stroyad Hiroshima." Cousins
drew attention to the rising rat*
of Strontium today, charging
that "no nation has the moral
right to contaminate the air of
others."
In this regard, he lashed out at
"preparation for war. if not for
war itself The idea that modern
man can take refuge in a bomb
B'nai B'rith, AJCong., Rap
Ehrmann on Nikita Talk
Continued from Page 1-A
Kirushchev. an AJC member
would have been a member of tbe
delegation; that AJC observers
had approved the statement re-
leased by the ad hoc committee
after the Khrushchev visit "al-
hough their organization declined
.o become a party to it when it
was finally released "
Dr Joachim Prinr. president of
the American Jewish Congress, de-
nounced the statement by R
mann as a "self seizing, intem-
perate attack." He said the Amer-
can Jew:>h iVmm.ttee deplored
effort- lo >:ablish a united repre-
sentation, championing, instead,
private intervention made bj
members of the American Jewish
Committee and their friends." It
was. he said, difficult to under
stand "why efforts of 21 organiza
tions are called unwise while sun
ilar attempts by the American
Jewish Committee are described
as prudent."
Label Kau. president of B'nai
B'rith. which was singled out. by
implication, in the American Jew-
ish Committee attack, commented
that "it is a sad commentary when
noble purposes are distorted and
sincere motivations are question
d He p ratted the American
Jewish community for "the mean
ingful demonstration of unity
shown by the ad hoc committee."
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shelter rather than in civilized
ideas is the most ohscgao thought
of our age." he said. ,
Pointing to what he called
"Khrushchev's open declaration
before the I'nited Nations that
Russia is willing to accept dis-
armament and to guarantee open
inspection." Cousins charged Out
the I'nited States merely replies
b> resorting to propaganda. There
are great pressures on President
K:*cnhowe-r to resume H-bomb
testing But what will this get us?"
Praising the "State of tbe
Union" address of Dr. Maurice
Kisendrath. president of the Union
of American Hebrew Congrega-
tion-. Cousins called for an asser-
tive movement on the part of
America's clergymen to deter ni-
ture war by frustrating the prep-
arations for war.
In the same session. Rabbi Louis
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Binstock. spiritual leader of Tem-
pi* Slalom. Chfcafo. Ill. discussed
"Helitrton In Our Chanjrmg s
ciety." Equating Reform Judaism
with the Pharisees. Rabbi Binstock
said that "the Reform movement
lands for enlightenment in a nod
era age."--------., ., .ttt9. .
Calling trpon the exercise of rea
son rather than emotion. Rabbi
Binstock said that Reform Juda
ism is guided by the same beliefs
that "motivated the founding
fathers of this nation."
Gov. Clement Due
For Sinai Sunday
"Double or nothing" is the slo
gan of Go*. Frank C. Clement of
Tenajeseee. who will arrive in Mi
ami Sunday to appear at a preview
dinner at Mt Sinai Hospital un
der the pima of the Metropoli
tan Campaign rnmmtlbaa. beaded
by Aaron Kanoer. with Maurev
Ashmann serving as chairman of
the dinner.
Indications are the* the roster
of PsMwdlia, donors of TCI.Ill or
more, of Mt. Sinai, will bo en-
riched the* night, adding more
impulse to the acne-wide cam-
Gov. Clement will again appear
on behalf of the hospital the next
evening at a dinner sponsored by
the Community of Bay Harbor
Islands, to take place at the Amen
cana hotel. Tom Kravitz is chair
man of the affair, with Mayor
Shepard Broad as honorary' chair
man.
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;t District Installs Officers;
for New Term as President
-
onist District
it a buffet din-
"esday evening
er Alew S.
Jling officer,
Weintraub,
Mr. Irving Pie-
itra will enter-
ir twin
i Boech
Otsip. Other
trmtn, Saul
Trushin, Da-
aul Kwitney,
cob Fithman
hs Hear
1st Talk
dp Between
Kchiatry" was
ftddress by Mi-
)r. A. Lester
nbrrs of Rho
nal pharmacy
to members
Alumni chap-
[Auxiliary at a
I at the Saxony
Bnal director of
introduced the
eeting was the
trt Alexander to
Walter Mollo
itor of the fra-
lon and Ronald
ilectcd to fill a
fder scribe. Da-
ad Walter Wax-
Ton the nautical
selected the
[orary officers:
Waxman, presi-
sin, vice presi-
lisarow, treasur-
recording secre-
j, corresponding
is, publicity.
Yet SAFER
cih
lTfce>
f ffW** itr pain of haadacha
_j Woirt npaet the
! bo baa effeeta. IH
doctor'* pree
Anacin eonUina
earn fctnotien of
, attire ingredients.
baa proved
l tack strong ye*
and Benjamin Appal, honorary
vleo presidents; Herbert L. Hei-
ken, secretary; Herman Wein-
traub, financial secretary; and
Joseph Altar, treasurer.
Members of the executive board
include the following Zionist lead-
ers:
Joaeph AmtRo, Samuel Aroni-uln
Herman llju-i'h. H. L Hinder, Daniel
Hroad, Shepard Broad. Charles Char-
kuwaky, Stuart Cutter. 1. J. Krtelxteln,
Judge Mai Kojclautirr. Sam Friedman,
Ferdinand 4lon OlnabuTB, BUI 6<>iarina* 8. A.
UtKHlman.
Harry Gordon, Rabbi Alexander
Orosa, Haul Kenholx, Dr. Zfv W. Ko-
ejin, Sum l.Hrhmnn. flam landau,
Edward UiMmnii, Harry Milton lea-
ser. Al l-i-fkowlt*, I*. Irving I., hr-
man. John I,, belbowlta, Kolmim
Lurla, Harry Israel Mugld, Aaron
Newman.
Al OHheroff, .lose;.h Pnrdo', Alie
Pearlmutter, Mr. anil Mm, Harry
Platoff, DhvIiI ProVOS, Loula Rublno-
wlti, Rabbi Joseph K. Rnrlinvsky,
Kidney lliiymond, Samuol Ki-inhnnl.
Joahua O. Itephun, Leo Jtoblnsou, Ju-
lius Rnscnateln. Burnett Roth, Ray-
mond Rubin, Mrs. t'anny Ruddy, Ja-
00b Si'hii.ler.
Abraham Schafer. Irvine; Rr-hatz-
man. Israel Kc-henkman, ilnrolil .1.
Haanli Harold Shapiro, Leu Shuplro,
Kilns Klegt-lmnn, William .s'llversteln,
Harold Spet, Joseph Spar, Dr. Wil-
liam II Stareler, joilus Trushin. Dr.
Abraham Wolfson, Ben Zlegrmjnd.
Aufbau' Marks
25th Anniversary
NEW YORK(JTA)"The re-
construction of German and Jew-
ish relations is one of the most im-
portant moral objectives of the
policy of my government as well
as of the German people," Chan-
cellor Konrad Adenauer of West
Germany assured this week in a
message to the Aufbau, German-
language weekly organized in New
York by Jewish refugees from
Germany 25 years ago.
The Chancellor addressed his
message in connection with the
25th anniversary of the publica-
tion which was celebrated here at
the Hunter College Assembly HalL
President Eisenhower, in a mes-
sage to the gathering, lauded the
Aufbau for its services to refugees
from Naxi Germany and for help-
ing to prepare many of them "for
the responsibilities of citizenship
in a free land." New York Attor-
ney General Louis J. LefkowiU,
addressing the 3,000 former refu-
gees who attended the gathering,
urged revision of immigration
laws to allow 20,000 more refugees
to enter the United States each
year.
The meeting was also addressed
by Israel Ambassador Avraham
Harman and German Ambassador
Wilhelm Grewe, Austrian Consul
General Dr. Karl Wolf, and West
German Consul General Dr.
George Federer.
Dr. Ludwig Lowenstein, presi-
dent of the New World Club, pub-
Jewish National Fund Dinner
Greater Miami Jewish National
Fund Council was to hoi* its an-
nual dinner Thursday evening at
the FontaineMeau hotel.
Guest speakers were to include
Gen. S. L. A. Marshall, distingu/^h-
ed military authority and news-
paperman, and Mendel N. Fisher,
national executive director of the
Jewish National Fund.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Oritt are
chairman of the> annual event,
which Thursday evening was
also to feature the following
spiritual leaders of Greater Mi-
ami:
ALBERT OSSIf
Back from Insurance Seminar
Harold F. Essig, of North Miami
Beach, has returned from attend-
ing a seminar on advanced life in-
surance subjects held in the home
office of the Home Life Insurance
Company, New York. Essig is a
field underwriter in Home Life's
Miami agency at 1150 SW 1st st
William Rafkind, CLU, is manager.
Usher of Aufbau, Manfred George,
editor, and Dr. Alfred Prager,
board chairman, spoke of the
newspaper's efforts to help refu-
gees rebuild their lives in the Uni-
ted States and now, through them,
to serve as a bridge between
America and the world." Dr.
George presided at the meeting.
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Volume 33 Number 47
Friday, November 20, 1958
19 Heshvan 5720
Threat to Israel's Window on the Far East
I
The greatest achievement of the October,
1956 Sinai campaign was Israel's firm estab-
lishment of a marine route to the East at the
Gulf of Agaba.
The extent of Israel's military victory was
of such magnitude that many other accomp-
lishments of nearly-egual value fell within her
grasp. But these are of the stuff that will make
the history of tomorrow.
One by one, Israel was forced to relinguish
these accomplishments by a kind of U. S. State
Department diplomacy that still fails to deal
realistically with the total intent of the Nasser
threat to the Western position in the Middle
East. Together with stone-faced Dag Hammar-
skjold, secretary-general of the United Nations,
our govenment shaped UN policy in 1956-57 to
force Israel back out of Sinai, march beyond
Gaza, and watch with anguish the immediate
return of her Egyptian enemy to the very bor-
ders of her outermost farms and villages.
Despite the disappointment that world
opinion still failed to temper Arab recalcitrance
and that American pressures promptly rekn-
posed Nasser on the throne from which he had
so ignominously toppled, the one major
achievement stood firm: the silencing of Arab
guns at Sharm el Sheikh overlooking the Gulf
cf Aqaba and the freedom of these waters for
Israel to navigate.
A NEW CRISIS DEVELOPING
io 1956 with a regularity and purpose that con-
tinues to win her economic and political friends
in the East. It is this result, more than their
malc^Tk ,as'erKd ,threU f ven9~nce. 'hat
makes the Arabs latest drive to close the Gulf
a truly dangerous one.
Whatever strange if understandable poll-
fv!f OU! ^ernment may have followed durinq
those turbulent days just about three year,
ago. the fact remains that the Eisenhower Ad-
mm^tratron since affirmed, again and again.
Israel s right: to navigate the waters of ihGulf
2i- 3n^' ^T^P01 amon9 &* proponents of
this nght was the late Secretary of State Dulles.
The United Fund Campaign
The goal, he Mid. is based as much oa
need as on what Fund officials believe Dade"
county con produce in it, united phuanthropic
effort during the months ahead. ""Pc
i Wh^ minmium welfare requirements are
always th. major consideration in determining
r^J^fagUre8' Sen' ^ gained. iTd?
S2*fh 21V1fg ?ner"y temper, such figure.
into the final realistic scope of the drive
This year's United Fund seeks iinnnn i~
the 300 health and welfare JSSLSgSiS
seirsrT-i***** campaign? H.
already been launched in a host of local divis-
SrTrJ^t ^culminate in the Jan. 10 Uni-
ted Good Neighbors cleanup."
Dade countians owe it to themselves and
their fellowmen to assure the success of the
1960 UF drive. While the $3,635,729 to admS!
tedly a figure at which to shoot in terms of
Dades currently estimated fund-raising abil-
ities, it is one which must be achieved reckon-
ed m light of present welfare requirements.
We are certain that the Jewish community
will contribute its efforts, both by giving gifts
and volunteering to serve in the campaign
workers corps, moved by the same spirit of
civic-mindedness as it has demonstrated in
the past
whose last months in office seemed to show
a restless awakening to the proposition that his
judging of the Israel-Arab controversy had per-
haps not been fully conceived.
The new Arab move should not be under-
estimated. Prime Minister Ben-Gurion this week
intimated to a group of American Jewish lead-
ers on a visit to his country that Israel may in
the near future have to face a threat as awe-
some in its magnitude as the one posed eleven
years ago. by the seven-nation invasion of her
boilers -wiihip days following Israel's Declara-
tion of Independence.
The Middle East, quiet for a relatively long
period of time, seems to be slouching to some
crisis again. So long as the world in the guise
of the United Nations fails to enforce peace in
the area, crisis must continue to be the order of
the day.
|T|$M0$T,
'< for j,
rprn himieu *,
other newipa.
rn betrayii
Poverty of
h's role a? M,
hr has little la",
ho ""hoii.
lty, and relies instead upon heckling coIiF5uT1'l
conclusion one must drew that he has elected to lh
the shadow of greater glories. The example, are
journalists and neavspapcrs that survive
heights they dare .never ascend.
I would hops, however, for the ex
one is justified in an attack upon a colleague For atal
sharp rebuke of the religion editor of this city's wr
his column oa Saturday, Mr. Adon Taft welcomed tie
the 45th general assembly of the Union of American >
gations at the Fontaiaebleau hotel.
What hi, words overlooked in tart, they made
If the-y betrayed'Mr. Taft", abysmal lack of kn
to Judaism, they certainly were marked by the
irresponsible zealots are made. A complete dii__
tions- of the Reform movement, they mustered the inc.
proselytize.
hy petty
AMfSTMtt
simpathy
IN WELCOMING THE Union assembly here. Mr Tilli
"Although'we may not agree with much of their i
rejoice that
' Refer ai Jew, have rekindled in inter!*!.
ship of-the one true God among many who had been mdifi!
Were Mr. Tuft an Orthodox or even Conservative Jfc
ration-anight anakc aooie sort of sense a- a sad example all
struggaa within Jewry at large. Since he is neither, noraaj
at all.il can oaty be- interpreted in light of the impvanwi
intended tt to eapres*. Clearly, be does not here identify
one branch of Jewish belief as opposed to another. If W t_
a rejection of "their theology." it is therefore to Judaiiart
Tins simple conclusion arrests the spurious synpaUji
ance of his opening statement, where Mr Taft haus
for rekindling interest in God among the indifferent.
J
KIHCTIOM Of JUDAISM AT LAKt
AJCommittee Meeting Sunday OWVSrWLIStLiSr. IT*
form Judaism with which he disagrees but Judaism ait
The American Jewish Committee holds its
annual meeting here Sunday. The Greater
Miami chapter is to be applauded for the pro-
gram it has mapped out.
Youth will not only be the principal theme
of the meeting's deliberations both at workshop
and after-dinner sessions; but youth, them-
selves, are scheduled to take a principal part
in the program.
This is especially praiseworthy in light of
the major concern across the nation today with
respect to the development of our future lead-
ers.
Giving youth a chance to speak out af-
fords them the opportunity to believe in usto
recognize that their present problems pose
very real concerns; that the young people of
our land are uppermost in our minds not alone
when they fall into delinquency; that their nat-
ural expression in creative channels is what
will best serve mem and the world into which
they are maturing.
Morris Abram, Atlanta civic leader and
chairman of its Citizens' Crime Commission, is
an expert in these considerations. His appear-
ance here Sunday at the Miami chapter meet-
ing, together with some of Dade county's out-
standiturToung people, should make the Amer-
ican JewMr Committee sessions fruitful indeed
he finds untenable such s conclusion is no longer viM TM|
trary. the statement takes on a totally different means'.
It should be apparent that Mr. Taft denies the one its I
Jews of whatever viewpoint. If Reform has revitalized at
the worship of his conception of God. one can only infer tkaj
Mdcrs it closer to Christianity than any other kind of Judiia]
1 do not intend this as an isolated defense of the Um
ment. whose spokesmen are amply qualified to en>*aH
principles in the hats of the Orthodox and Conservative jafl
rather meant as a rejection of an unfoun.iH .i^umpuonlff
ignorance in its conclusions. However far Ileform praetkir
in the direction of shedding what may or may not be (
tial traditional values, neither itnor indeed any brancaofl
will succumb to even the most intelligent variety of i
Dotation Let it be said as the first and last word in thai
such efforts are rather like putting the ideological nut I
cause.
e| :. :
Momrnc ArnoAcn ro jwhmausm
IF THERE WERE enough insult here for other me* IrW
1 them one better with the remark about the --rrianyjarteta*
indifferent." We hear such pitiable outcries made by zHtyl
us. who have the missionary's inclination in their soul.
But to brand Jew, as "indifferent" is j pro>elytici
stops just short of the pogrom. Net even the most ante
uses this outmoded technique today.
Mr. Taft certaiale has a right to hi> opinions-**.!
offensive with respect to Jewish theological practice. But J
arises: Does he have the right to such opiniot in a colmcl'
his capacity as religion editor of this city i^rtest meW
I think no. for wbat.be said was not only rude and '"
dangerous, as weu.
As religion editor of Miami's morning paper. ^Jf
responsJhllty to'dealt>oth objectively and intollicentryatawj
In hi, department. Should sound journalistic prmciptewr1
tempered by his religious zeal, let Mr. Taft s pos' ""^
editor in the name of accuracy if not propriety.
no mmi ro* utcH mrmcrs
1 EST EVEN TMI$ have the ring of synthetic arguaw*-.
necessity to arise Mr. Taft'a weasel-worded *"l'2
be interpreted in the light of more cautious aftertfwej**-"
conclusion: '
*We weieeane-'the-1.000 delegates from over tnh
Canada to our city of Christian love." 4l
As greeting to tae-tfaion of American Hebrew ""PL
is impudence beyond expression. It needs little f"*J
to remark upon its total betrayal of the columnist s l*J^
the reporting of^wfucfr has no place in a metropoW*6
sponsible to the* community it serves.
Miami Acquainted With Heir
Rumor has it that Prime Minieter David Ben*
|ng ia his campaign |o retain Mrs. Golda Meir tfJJJl
ister. She insists"on resigning. The alternative m
to be Moshe Sharett. who held this post **&* ^^A
* no secret that both men have w:dely^yr1
in many politico] areas of belief. Nevertheless. m^J
any this week, seemed willing to consider the "^
Muuftor a* Mrs. Meir*s replacement ,,^
Israel's polittca! climate changes quickly. an
J? Predct. but Mr. Sharett was adamant in his rst5
Should this politicoi culle de aac continue, H
apparent may very weU be a man with whom
well acquaintedAbba Ebon.


2a 1959

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Arabs Threaten War in Face of Peace Offer
SCHREIBIK
Gardens
Staff
tment of Marvin
roupwork supervisor
'Rome for the Aged
jUami has been an-
Maurice Pearlstein.
btor of the Home.
^as graduated from
rsity, Ottawa, Can-
red his Master's de-
[Work at the Univer-
. Since 1955, he has
rorkef in the Golden
nent of the Jewish
|Center of Chicago,
responsible for the
I of the Jane Adams
or older adults.
Gardens, he will be
the further develop-
! groupwork program
Roasts more than 12
IJvities, led by 27 Na-
of Jewish Women
\is married and has
En. He is a member of
. Assn. of Social Work-
il Assn. of Jewish
rvice, Young Israel
of North Miami
Religious Zionists of
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rael's delegation, replied and then
ridded that Israel would deal with
the issue of the Arab refugees and
what Israel could contribute to
solution later in the debate.
Shukairy opened the Arab salvo
by blaming Israel for the failure
of the UN to solve the problem and
warned that unless Israel was
forced at the current UN session
to accept complete repatriation of
the refugee*, 80,000,000 Arabs
"from Casablanca to the Persian
Gulf" were ready and eager to go
to war against Israel. He also
categorically dismissed the Ham-
marskjold plan with the statement
that the subject of the economic
integration of the refugees was
"irrelevant and inadmissable." He
laid down a five-point plan which
he said must be implemented this
year. The points were:
1. Implementation of a 1950
resolution which, in Shukairy'*
view, calls for the collection of
the revenues allegedly derived
by Israel from Arab-owned prop-
erties and) the use of those) rev-
enues for the welfare of th ref-
ugees.
2. Allowing the inhabitants of
the "front vilage" on the Israel-
Jordanian border to cultivate
lands on the Israel side of the
Armistice demarcation line.
3. Allowing not only the refu-
gees in the Gaza area, but also the
local inhabitants of the Gaza Strip
"to farm their lands on the other
side of the Armistice line."
4. "Reinstating" of the Bedouins
in the Sinai area to Israel whence
they had been allegedly "expelled
by Israel."
5. Reactivating the Palestine
Conciliation Commission and en-
larging it "on a geographical ba-
sis." The PCC now has three mem-
bers the United States, France
and Turkey. By calling for en-
larging the PCC on a "geograph-
ical basis," Shukairy was seen
here as calling for the addition to
the PCC of a representative of the
Sovet Union or of another Com-
munist country.
Those steps, he sold, would
constitute only the "beginnings
of a peaceful solution." Should
Israel refute still to accept these
"solutions" Shukairy said eco-
nomic sanctions should bo in-
voked "to melt Israel's resis-
tance." Than, he added). Article
VI of the United Nations Char-
ter calling for the expulsion of
member of the United Nations
should be Invoked against Israel
as a "consistent violator" of UN
resolutions.
Comay replied the next day,
and Shukairy took an hour to reply
to the Israel response. Comay in-
terrupted the Arab speaker to de-
fend the memory of the late Dr.
Chaim Weizmann, Israel's first
president. The chairman of the
committee then rebuked Shukairy.
Comav, in his address, pointer!
out tnat Shukairy was "obsessed
with "the proposition that Israel
should be destroyed." The Israeli
representative stressed that when
Shukairy called for implementation
of old United Nations resolutions
dealing with repatriation of Arab
refugees, the Arab spokesman
wanted those resolutions "imple-
mented against Israel." He show-
ed that Shukairy had deliberately
distorted old resolutions, quoted
them out of context and cited only
such parts of the resolutions as
suited his purpose. The Israeli
representative set the record
straight before the committee. He
then told the committee:
"Wo assume that the over-
whelming majority of the gov-
ernments represented at this
table are sick and tired of the
Israel-Arab conflict and would
-bar wily luu lieppy If those dlrKT-
ly concerned would settle it.
"We would repeat most solemn-
ly that Israel seeks nothing from
its neighbors but the chance to live
in peace with them and, together
with them, to strive for the com-
mon good of our troubled region.
"To promote this not-unworthy
end, we repeat that we would be
willing to meet with Arab repre-
sentatives at any time and place,
publicly or privately, and without
any prior conditions whatsoever.
We cannot but ask ourselves
whether the present atmosphere in
the world, the present restrained
hopefulness which prevails at the
United Nations, may not perhaps
hold out the prospect of some thaw
in Israel-Arab relations as well."
Humphrey Talk
Spurs Interest
Reservations for the Mt. Sinai
Hospital dinner Nov. 30 at West-
view Country Club are "simply
pouring in," according to dinner
chairman William Weintraub.
"This response is most gratify-
ing, for it shows the many friends
the hospital has among Westview
Country Club membership," said
Weintraub Wednesday.
Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey's ap-
pearance as guest speaker contin-
ued to spur interest here. The
presidential hopeful for 1960 has
revealed he expects to drop a
"bombshell" for national con-
sumption.
Sen. Humphrey will arrive 'n
Miami Monday, Nov. 30, at 4 p.m.,
and will proceed immediately to
Westview, where he will be inter-
viewed by the local and national
press prior to the dinner.
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CJFWF Moves to Establish Cultural Foundation
Continued from Pag* 1 A
dent of "the Council, succeeding
Herbert R. Abate*.
On domestic questions, the as-
sembly voted reaffirmation of
the principle of indivisibility of
equal rights, lauded efforts dur-
ing the past year to strengthen
civil rights, and called on Jew-
ish community relations agen-
cies and other groups "to help
secure the fact as well as the
principle" of equal justice and
equal opportunity for all.
On the international scene, the
assembly expressed concern over
the treatment of Jews in the So-
viet Union "denied access to tho facilities essential to the exerci-e
of iheir rights as Jews." It ex-
pressed hope that today's more
cordial international atmosphere
would be reflected in fulfillment
of guarantees in the Soviet con-
stitution of r.-Mgious equality. The
resolution also urged the Soviet
Union to permit Jcwih resident:
to be reunited with their families
living in other lands as a "human-
itarian act."
A two-part resolution on immi-
gration endured World Refugee!
Year and called for a major effort
to convince Congress to abolish
the national origins quota system.
It urged Congress to liberalize the
basic immigration laws.
Past presidents of the Council of Jewish Federations and Wel-
fare Funds congratulate newly-elected president Irving Kane
(fourth from left) at the 28th General Assembly in San Fran-
cisco. Left to right are Philip Bernstein, executive director;
Stanley C. Myers, of Miami; Herbert R. Abeles, of Newark,
immediate past president; Kane, of Cleveland; Julian Free-
man, Indianapolis; and Sidney Hollander. Baltimore.
World Synagogue Council
Formed at Religious Meet
The delegates applauded Uni-
ted States economic aid to Israel
and the Middle East and urged
its continuance "to strengthen
democratic institution* in that
strategic and vital area, the sta-
bility of the region and the peace
ef the world." They called for
greater emphasis in spurring
privat* investment in Israel, a*
"the basic underpinning of Is-
rael's movement towards self-
support" and stressed the urgen-
cy for such a program since Is-
rael faces the maturing of bond
issues and the termination of
German reparations.
To meet the "massive at:
ried human needs local, national
md oversees"the deli
etj the communities to take every
KIAMESHA LAKE. N. Y(JTA)
The World Council of Syna
gogues. formed provisionally two
years ago. came into official being
here thiv week with the adoption
of its constitution and the election
of Charles Rosengarten, of Water-
bury, Conn., as its president. The
, Council's constitutional conven-
tion is being held here concurrent-
ly with the biennial convention of
the United Synagogue of America.
Rabbi Philip Adler. of Jerusa
lem. told the Council that then-
a strong religious revival in
the kibbutzim in Israel. He said
that the Conservative religious
movement Ml K-in;ng more and
more ground in Israel despite the
fc' that Conservative synagogues
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exist only in Jerusalem and Haifa.
| He pointed out that the Conserva-
jtive congregations in these two
cities were still using temporary
places of worship and needed their
own buildings.
Rabbi Henrique Lemle, ef Bra
xil, end Rabbi Guillermo Schios-
noer, of Buenos Aires, stressed
the need for rabbis end Hebrew
teachers in their countries. B. B.
B*njamin, the Inefien Jew,**
leader, officially affiliated the
:, munity of India to the World
Cocncil. He said that the 2I,*M
members of the ancient Ben*
Israel community maintained all
the Jewish traditions.
Dr. Max GottschaLk. of Belgium,
and leaders from other European
ntries emphasized the need to
itahze Jewish life in their re-
spective coun'.riev
Headquarters of the World Coun-
cil will be set up in the Jewish
Tneoloisical Seminary's American
Student Center now being built on
| the Hebrew University campus in
Jerusalem.
The great number of Jews affili-
ating with synagogues today are
not doing so because of "status-
seeking" as some social scientists
claim, but because they have a
genuine desire to come closer t*
Judaism." Dr. Bernard Segal, ex-
ecut.ve director of the United Sen-,
agogue of America, affirmed in
his address opening the biennial I
convention of the organization.
Telve hundred delegates, repre,
anting 685 congregations in 28s);
cities, attended the free-day parley.
The Conservative leader noted
re.urnT'' *** currenl
return to religion as a response 3
a need for 'status" or "group
shift -**. '*** Potion
shift to the suburbs.
seelin? 5*a 2* "
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Rabbi Segal also said that in
*> of communities .cros, th"
continent, "the Con*rv.tive^nE
Rogue th. spearhead of m.?
mam proeram of Jewish edi.
sxS "J^rwwe attending
wools under Conservative aus
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come. Under the pressures of In
cal, national and overseas Jtwish
needs, the resolution urged "a de
liberate and intensive budget pro
cess to asess carefully the relative
urgency of requirements.
A series of resolutions dealing
with communal problems and 6V
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the assembly. They covered such
problems as recruitment of >
men and women for communal
service, programs of non institu
tional care for the aged. Jewisn
education and community relations
work.
Earlier, in a session devoted to
overseas needs and basic plan
ning, Israel Ambassador Avraham
llarman told the assembly that 1-
rael faced two tasks: rebuilding
a poor, ravaged country and trans
forming a refugee population into
a rooted citixcnry. He expressed
the hope that "the turbulent pe.
riod" in Israel's brief history was
finished and declared that Israel
was set for "rapid progresss to
achieve an economic balance and
a living standard to support a
flourishing human civilization."
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ie of 'Youth' Will Accent
ICommittee Dinner Sunday
^jhapter of
KCommittee'
nrksnop and
Tat the Du-
its. resource
laterial has
[develop the
Youth," at
^begins at 4
I noted Jew-
pleader, who
aj4. will be
f7 p.m.
PVouth" will
mtr discus-
ate meeting
pit and youth
] Challenging
: to today's
_rfll bo raised
Ifolop answers
| Responsibili-
The Family
Respect the
and "Does
Responsi-
be asked to
EfTe Want for
fthe results of
groups will
U.S.
Fete
pveek proclaim-
Drt unity Day
Ion by Presi-
ld throughout
by Gov. Col-
[apart to focus
kited States on
[Insure fair and
Call citizens, re-
[color, religion,
and to remind
walks of life
of the nation
pie of equal op-
Bted for the ob-
is the anniver-
incoln's Gettys-
Ivered on Nov.
ion. President
ing Fathers
that 'All men
that they are
Creator with
i rights, that
Life, Liberty
(f Happiness.'
oln in his first
ingress defined
our people as
Intaining in the
|nd substance of
leading object
onditmn of men,
(unfettered start
in the race of
tor. for PARA-
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with FIRST-EVER
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INDEX GUIDE, I
JE 4-2500 (A.M.) I
be integrated into one full report '
for those attending the dinner
nae*Un,g ift,the, evening; -.,;,.,....,. ,,
Jack Green, as chairman of the
workshop, will be assisted by the
following:
Moderators Philip E. Hecker-
ling, Allen I. Freehling, Richard
F. Wolfson, Dr. Peritz Scheinberg,
Dr. Robert Litowitz and Lee Ru-
witch. RecordersPaul Klein, Mrs.
Harold Rand, James R. Katzman,
Mrs. David P. Catsman, Mrs. Ber-
nard Stevens, Melvyn B. Frumkes
Adult ResourceMrs. Charles Fin-
kelstein, Dr. Samuel Ersoff, Dr.
Alan A. Lipton, Mrs. Seymour B.
Liebman, Dr. Marcia Klein, Max
Lorber. Youth ResourceJay B.
Hess, Steven Stepin, Stu Fabric,
Henry Edgar and David Yellen.
Plans and programming for
the dinner are under the chair-
manship of Alvin Cassel, who is
assisted by Mrs. Herbert Mathes
and Mr*. James Ketzman, co-
chairmen of arrangements;
Mrs. Harold Spaet, decorations
chairman; Charles Friedlander,
public relations; Mrs. Burton B.
Goldstein, seating; S h e pa r d
Broad, sponsor.
Acting as hostesses under the
chairmanship of Mrs. Laura Berns
will be Mesdames Martin Fine,
William L. Finsten, David B. Flee-
man, Alfred Gerd, William E.
Gladstone, Charles Goldstein, Jack
I. Green, Mrs. Morton Halpern,
Jerome C. Hofmayer, Arthur Hor-
owitz, Herbert Klein, Jean C. Leh-
man, William Lehman, Nathan B.
Rood, Lee Ruwitch, Seymour Sa-
met, Peritz Scheinberg, Stuart L.
Simon, H. R. Sobel, Sydney L.
Weintraub and Richard F. WoiT-
son.
Col. Nathan B. Rood, president
of the Greater Miami chapter, and
Seymour Samet, Southeast United
States area director, will make im-
portant reports at the dinner ses-
sion.
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mounts ABRAM
Young people of the Greater
Miami area will have their say
Sunday afternoon- at theOupont
I'laza hotel when the eighth an-
nual American Jewish Committee
workshop puts its "Spotlight on
Youth."
In a unique experiment, which
is being viewed as a pilot test for
future workshops, one of six
groups which will discuss various
aspects of the youth problem will
be composed entirely of young
people. A summary of their close-
at-hand views will be compared
with summaries from the other
five meetings, which will be com-
posed of adult members of the
Greater Miami chapter of the
American Jewish Committee.
Jack I. Green, chairman of the
workshop, which precedes the din-
ner and business meeting at which
Morris B. Abram, noted Atlanta
attorney and civic leader, will be
keynote speaker, has arranged his
program so that five outstanding
young people of the area will act
as resource leaders at the work-
shops.
All students at the University
of Miami, they include Jay B.
Hess, a pre-medical student, who
is vice president of the Student
Union Board of Governors; Hen-
ry Edgar, e sophomore et the
law school, who recently return-
ed to this country after studying
in Europe for e year on a schol-
arship; Steve Slepin, also a law
school student, who has won na-
tional recognition as a debater
and has filled in for radio com-
mentator Alan Courtney on oc-
casions; David Yellen, voted
"outstanding all around student"
in the freshman class; and Stuart
Fabric, pre-medical vice presi-
dent, active in students' political
and academic organizations.
Among the young people who
will participate in the "exclusive"
youth workshop are Debbie Salter
and Joel Meltzner, Hollywood; Bob
Souvorin, David Cassel, David
Narot, Bill Lcwin, Ronald Fried-
man and Jeffrey Lefcourt, Miami;
Jane Rubin and Abbie Gerd, Mi
ami Beach; and Ginger Rood
Susie Castleman, Jill Finsten, Am
old Lew, Phyllis Kaplan, Dak
Franklin, Cookie Krupp, Arllm
Bernstein and Linda Lodie, all o
Coral Gables.
A summary of each of the si:,
groups in the workshop will b<
made at a session prior to the din
ner, and a full report of conch
sions divulged to the dinner-mee'
ing in a surprise setting planned
by Green.
Each workshop session will be
limited to 25 persons, and each wll"
have a full complement of mo-'
erators, recorders, adult and youth
resource leaders.
Abram's address following th
dinner also will concentrate cr.
the outlook for youth in moder
society, and since he has recently
testified on the subject before e
United States Senate committee,
his analysis will be followed closr
ly. Abram is also chairman of th
Atlanta Citizens Crime Commis-
sion.
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Friday.
UAHC Chief in 'State of Union' Talk
The Reform Jewish movement, with one million congregants and
585 congregations in the United States and Canada, must justify it.-
numerical strength by meeting the religious dam and* of an era beset
by "spiritual thirst, personal debasement and possible imminent world
destruction," Rabbi Maurice N. Eisendrath told 3.000 delegate* at a
principal session of the 45th general assembly of the I'nion of American
Hebrew Congregations meeting at the Fontainebleau hotel this week.
Rabbi Eisendrath. president of j---------------------------
the UAHC. 90-year-old parent body are so much jn dcmanii ,he/r he
of Reform Judaism, called upon said -wherefore the seemiif ban
Reform Jewry to "mobilize against on our Reform faith' DsSJamos
the pagan idols" of what he term- and tractors -midc in AAerica'
ed our "rocket and racket-ridden apparently are kosher" and wel-
age with "all the potential spirit- COme: rabbis made in Cincinnat.
ual power at our disposal. and New York are trefif and
The world is on the side of spurned "
faith in force." the leader of Re-'1
He urged the assembly to
"protest Hi* allocations a* funds
and facilities' generously*- sup-
plied by all segments ef our
American Jewish community to
but one relipeesj east* Such facilities raust be made
-.*
form Judaism declared in his
"State of Our Union" address to
the delegates. "We must range
ourselves on the side of force of
faith."
"The world dispatches mis-
siles to the moon and rockets in-
to space. We must stalwertly
send forth our spirit unto spirit
and embark resolutely on our
mission te mankind," ha said.
In his keynote address. Rabbi
Eisendrath launched the week-
long general assembly, which ser-',
ves as the policy-making body of
Reform Judaism in the Western
Hemisphere. Largest convention
in the history of American Jewry,
the Miami Beach conclave was
planned around the theme of "Ex-
ploring New Frontiers for Reform
Judaism."
Terming the laws of the Jewish
religion a "formidable antidote"
t" the collapse of moral values in
the world. Rabbi Eisendrath de-
clared. "I fear that we must all -
confess our complicity, our silence tional manner is a "dead issue" for
which lends seeming assent to the the majority of American Jews
hideou.- deterioration of the moral Unless the hallowed Jewish con-
tabric of our cherished nation cepts of "Sabbath rest," "Sabbath
wherein men in high places and sanctification" and 'Sabbath holl-
ow mock at ethical standards and ness" are invested with new con
tLe^anS"1 'f "t l" *"* ^ "^^ fcW ** *t.Onal
ax wings of Judaism will be the guar-
eevelly and equitably evallaWe
to all Jewish religeu* basMei
within Israel."
* .
Rabbi Eisendrath pleaded with
the assembled delegates to "state
unequivocally our opposition to ap-
peal for the most serious consid-
eration of a comprehensive plan
for complete and total disarma-
ment" and to join "with all other
religious groups in rallying the
massive spiritual resources of man-
kind in pursuit of endunng peace
based upon justice for all."
Rabbi Eisendrath also urged
"the strengthening of the United
Nations, not merely by reforms in
its machinery or techniques, but'
by the inclusion of all nations. We
must seek to end this anomaly of!
including in its roster not a few
dictator-ridden lands while exclud-
ing but one that comprise one-fifth
of the human race."

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Reform Leader Urges New
Approach to Jewish Faith
Reform Jews must evolve),a new an Orthodox Jew. But I also deny
interpretation of the Sabbath, Rab- that the commandments as
bi W. Gunther Plaut. spiritual
leader of Mt. Zion Temple, St.
Paul. Minn., urged here.
Speaking at an alt-day study re-
treat of the 45th general assembly
of the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations at the Fontainebleau
hotel. Rabbi Plaut asserted that
Sahbath observance in the tradi-
Top ncnaM in Greater Miami's buildinq trades i
Everglade* hotel to raise funds far the new Jft. Sal
Left to right are Bing Koeeoit Dr. Morris Gcodjmi
vice president. Ernest Janis. Cal Kovins. andsT
hospital executive director. KossofJ. Janis and
hosts at the event which raised $75,000. All
anted with brant* plaques.
no reason why Reform Judaism, i ish values shook) i
which has is the past been a path- kle this central
breaker for the renewal of Jew-1 victorious here ihi*
retnm and at the customs barrier.
aa well as at congressional hear-
-ind amid the councils of na-
wherein big business bribes
legislators, labor leaders consort
with racketeers: wherein commer-
cial concerns rig TV quiz shows
and indulge in phony duubletalk to
promote their products; wherein
adultry abounds in fact, as well as
in fiction, and murder stalks the
streets and counlry>ide in juven-
ile rumbles and far-from adult
lynchings."
"There are many factors con-
tributing to this breakdown in
the moral fibre of our nation,"
he concluded, "but primary
among them is the dumping of
rehgiou, values." At the same
t.me. Rabbi Eisendrath caution-
ed a g a i n s t "ersatx values"
which have crept into "our once
noble teaching."
Noting that "a sterile Ortho-
doxy has a stranglehold on relig
dians of the Sabbath." be said.
Addressing tn evening session
here. Rabbi Eugene Sack, of
Congregation Beth Elohim,
Brooklyn. N.Y, declared that
"the survival of the Jewish peo-
ple for so many centuries is
due in a large part to the hold
?hat the Jewish family has had
*n the loyalty of its chilaVen.
The unparalleled level of decent
moral and civilised behavier of
the Jew is based upon the love,
the discipline and the high stan-
dards set for each child from in-
fancy in the Jewish home."
At another session. Rabbi Arn-
old J. Wolf, Congregation Solel
Glencoe. 111., presented his credo
as a Reform Jew. "I do not believe
that the commandments as a
whole, and probably not any of
them, were directly given by God
to Moses or to ai.yone else," he
whole, and some of them most es-
pecially, are just not important.
"I deny that they have no spe-
cial meaning for me, and that they I
do not make any difference to my!
life. I affirm that Judaism is a
religion of Torah. and that Torah j
must mean something very impor-;
tant to me. Because of this convic-;
tion. I am not an unbelieving Jew.
How can I serve God and not only'
my own wishes? How can I be free [
to be myself and yet bound by the I
mitzvos of the Torah? How can I,
know which commandments to
keep and which to change and
which to give up?"
In his earlier remarks, Rabbi
Plaut emphasized that while Sab-
bath observance in the tradition-
al manner is "a dead issue" for
the majority of American Jaws,
"and meat certainly far those in
the Reform movement," never-
theless, "this does not remove
from us the obligation te strug-
gle far a new interpretation.
"But in doing so. we must, with
due regard for the tradition of our
people, strike out boldly and in
entirely new directions. There is

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'Jmlstifhriinr
Jews Stay-No Place to Go
Page 9-A
ILLER
'East Berlin
itory. drawn
separates
1st Germany
and life of
fcross that vir-
I boundary all
discreet de-
and a casual
of a dozen
East Ger-
[last month and
lions wait to
td. West Ber-
Jlerted to give
istance. Why,
rs in East Ber-
lin isolated com-
,the bitter regi-
jrer standard of
^rmany? Why
of Jews refuse
| of emigration
the American,
zones? The an-
gihe only rabbi in
to 90 tat Wo
Wo have fam-
.retponiibitlties."
ur*ar, who
Hm resignation
understand* ra-
il* ara old and
to liva as they
tr cemetery and
.What more could
Irger, speaking
German, pointed
Irish cemetery be-
[on Herbert Baum
hat cemetery are
133,680 Jews. We
em." Other Jew-
exist in Dresden,
trx Stade (former-
fcnitz), Halle, Leip-
Plauen-in-Vogt-
B'ut they are
the pre-war era
lews lived in all of
i.Erfurt and Leip-
life is at a near
1,000 Jews in East
are under 21
All attend a class
neat ion. "Most of
aged 60 to 90. Wc
Uews. This is our
trast to the tin-
East Berlin, the
inlty of West Ber-
yrowing. Its 6,400
5,000 in Wast Ger-
(oncarned with ad-
tir fellow Germans,
footholds in the
ay -and of pot-
to Israel.
iRNJA'S
California'! World.
eking the Blu. PodBe
i Mi* no. Twenty minute*
[Airport. -450 luxurioin
all with tefevUoa and
ntion facillti.t. Banquet
| aJr-condiHoned. Exciting.
end Canton*** Roeab
I Aeautiful ground* end
garden*. Rate* froai t*
Bom W. Donnelly. On. Mar
..A. and in HAWAII
AGLIA
[GOOD LIVING
, JR., rr.ile.ef
hotels
k. CAL IF. Hml Mawf
I Hatal Sebrte Oelte
41*. hmM WIMea
lUtMClM
, Mot.l FnmdKaa
LHeM Pw* lane
>.C. *S*M lUtoJoa
| Hotel Shtrwye
State.
M N.. TenW
W.lklkl tlllm*re
Tfci* is the fifth and final in a
*mt-l of articles on his travels
through the Soviet Union.dnd other
lion Curtain lands by David Miller,
special Jewish Telegraphic Agency
correspondent. .Ifltfler has ,ust re-
turned from Ac" .**> made on a
Pulitzer ScnolonJ$ from Columbia
University. *
Since the city is governed by
the four conqtifring pewers, it is
possible for an East German lo
shop in West Berlin, to eat there
or to visit, although this is done
quietly.
Another factor is that pay-
ments to elderly people have
only recently been increased.
Elderly persons who cannot work
now receive an average of 350
East marks a month, a boost
from the previous average of 200.
The amount cannot be expres-
sed in Western terms, fast and
West mark* are officially pegged
at four to one dollar but West
Berlin banks legally give eight
East marks to the dollar and the
block market is even higher:
Tho coot of food and housing is
"roily lower than in West
Germany. As such, the money is
considered enough te cover the
necessities of fife for an elderly
person.
Additional suits *je paid for
handicaps but the money is not
paid to Jews alone. The appro-
priation comes from an East
German fund for. "victims of
Fascism" and is tightly control-
led. It was on the subject of
reparations and indemnities that
East Germany struck out sharp-
ly against Israel and the policies
of West Germany.
The East Germans have stead-
ily refused to honor any claims
made against the former govern-
ment. West Germany, however,
has already paid out an esti-
mated $1,500,000,000 in individ-
ual restitution payments, how-
ever 1,700,000 individual claims
are still pending. For all prac-
tical purposes, the issue with
East Germany is closed.
The last major flow of East
German Jews westward came
during and after the wave of So-
viet anti-Semitism in 1952 when
Rudolf Slansky, secretary gen-
eral of the Communist Party in
Czechoslovakia and a Jew, was
hanged for "Zionism" and other
"anti-state" activities.
At that time 635 Jews sought
political asylum by crossing the
artificial line. For the remain-
ing group, those who are physi-
cally able, life is grimas it 4s
for millions of other East Ger-
mans.
The Jews find employment in
trade as salesmen, jewelers, clo-
thiers and other commercial out-
lets. Some work in factories and
as clerks, but advancement is
difficult and they are suspected
as "foreigners."
In the post-war days, in the
flush of reaction against Nazi
abuses, the East German govern-
ment renovated the synagogue
on Rykestrasse. But the block-
long synagogue on Oranienbur-
ger Strasse, is still a shell of
twisted steel and masonry.
Like countless other buildings
in the Soviet zone it has not been
touched since the war.
Leonard Tobin (right), of Tobin and Rose Insurance Agency,
Miami Beach, and Richard Edgerton, of the State Hotel and
Restaurant Commission, display the 1959 "Award lor Safety
and Sanitation" which is to be presented to those apartment
house owners whose establishments have been rated by the
Commission as good or excellent. According to Florida stat-
utes, the Commission examines apartment houses twice a
year, and rates them on a prescribed form. The Tobin and
Rose Award will be presented only to those establishments
whose ratings are "Superior" or "Excellent," the two highest
of the five ratings which the State Hotel and Restaurant Com-
mission recognizes. Tobin and Rose Insurance, Inc., estab-
lished in 1916, is owned by Jack Tobin, Frank Rose, and Leon-
ard Tobin.
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& Mrs. Housewife
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clean clothing, luggage,
drop, lamps, dishes, pots.
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lease Caff us for Pick-en.
Beach Group
Elects Newman
Stuart G. Newman, Miami Beach
public relations counsellor, has
been elected president of the Mi-
ami Beach Better Business Bu-
reau for the coming year.
Other newly-elected officers are
Ted Greenfield, Saks Fifth Ave-
nue, first vice president; Milton
Sirkin, real estate investor, sec-
ond vice president; Charles Clem-
ents, jr.. Chase Federal Savings,
third vice president; Maurice Ri-
boud, People's Water and Gas,
secretary; and Ben Danbaum,
Schenley's, treasurer.
The officers were to be installed
at the organization's annual ban-
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iplomatic Ball Slates Star-Studded Evening
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[-Saturday Dec. 5,
Jfrom all over the
'diplomatic nation-
rid the Consular
at a gala Dipio-
lie Fontainebleau
j'8 welcome to I>
issador, Avraham
sost extraordinary
Bake place in Mi
Jicted Wednesday
istein, chairman ot
committee.
I tho evening will
ctor Harman's first
Ijrance before the
Hid consular corps,
jltiost distinguished
M Of government,
I arts and all other
f.A Hrlcan life will par-
Hm welcome to Is-
Ambassador.
Bounced the appoint-
of 100 "diplomatic
I affair, to represent
irea. Assisting the
Israel Bond com
J Leshem, Consul of
'Southeastern region
States.
screen, stage and
will be on hand for
rA leading attraction
tlton Heston, star of
newest spectacular
Joining him on
fill be such famous
I entertainment world
|wford, Academy
star of many mo-
Jimmy Savo, werld-
[of comic pantomime;
well-known song-
Carson, young tel-
Rakhel Hadass, one'
JOAN CRAWFORD
CHAKLTON HESTON
JIMMY SAVO
JOHHNY CARSON
of Israel's most brilliant vocalists;
Israeli born" dnnwrTAvraharn "El"
ber, many others.
The entertainment program will
also include the complete Fon-
tainebleau floor show, starring
Johnny Desmond. Dancing the
entire evening will be to the mu-
sic of the famous Sacasas orches-
tra.
Openlnj the festivities will be
television and radio interviews
with guests arriving at tre en-
trance of the Fontainebleau.
The interviews will be conducted
by Johnny Carson, who has ap-
peared on many television shews,
and stars on h's own daily pro-
gram, "Whom Do You Trust?"
Producer of the entertainment
program for the Diplomatic Ball
committee is Wally Wanger, for-
mer Paramount Pictures execu-
time. Stage manager will be Jerry
Bell, noted CBS-TV and Deau-
villc hotel stage manager.
Honorary chairman of the Dip-
lomatic Ball is Gov. LeRoy Col-
lins, of Florida. His committee in-
cludes such distinguished citizens
as Sen. Jacob K. Javits, U. S: Su-
preme Court Justice William O.
Douglas, Sen. Spessard L. Holland.
Sen. Wayne Morse, Sen. Paul H.
Douglas, and many others.
Admission is by purchase of a
$500 Israel Bond, plus dinner cou-
vert of $10 per person. Sponsor is
the Greater Miami Israel Bond
committee, of which Jack A. Can-
tor and Samuel Oritt are general
chairmen.
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People are living longer nowa-
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liking it. The leadership of the
United Fund of Dade County
knows this. And they are doing
something about it.
They have recently taken into
their fold two agencies dedicated
to the service of the aged.
The board of directors of the
Fund admitted Senior Day Cen-
ters and Friendly Visitors to its
roll, bringing its participating
agencies to a total of 57.
Neither agency is completely
new to area residents. Since its
establishment as a pilot project of
the Welfare Planning Council ot
Dade County in 1956, Friendly
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The agency, chartered in May, will
staff and program a day center
built by the Miami Housing Au-
thority at its project for the aged
in Allapattah.
Harry P. Cain, UF president,
who announced the Fund's accep
tance of the new agencies, outlined
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Dade county is estimated at 850,-
000, and predictions are that it
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The percentage of aged in the
county stands at 8.3 percent, or
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stemming from loss of employ-
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Pago 12-A
9-JmMnerkMMi
Yeshiva Research Grants Reported Up;
Fruchtman to be Honored at Dinner
Two grants totalling more than. The university currently com
S3O.800 for basic research m pays- jpTlm 1*> schools **nt i'fcn *>
ics and biology were announced > cated at six teaching centers in
this week by Yeshiva University.
Dr. Joel L. Lebowltz. a physicist
on the faculty of the university's
Graduate School of Mathematical
Sciences, received a $21,848 one-
year grant from the Air Fcrce Of-
fice of Scientific Research for re-
search in statistical mechanics. Dr.
Lebowitz will study the behavu r
of liquids and metals under van- j
ous non uniform temperatures and f
pressures.
Dr. Mever Atlas, of the Y- 1
shiva University Biology Depart-
merit, received a Si 1,400 grant
from th National Science Fourv '
dart on. The grant, which will run
for a two-year period, will bo
used for a study on how the em-
bryo of a mouse develops.
New York, with more than 4,500
The Florida chapter of Yeshiva
University will hold its fourth an
nual dinner Dec. 27 at the Fon-
tainrhlcau hotel.
Charles Fruchtman, noted in-
dustrialist and Jewish loader,
will bo guest of honor when
Yeshiva marks its 73rd academ-
ic year with a dinner at the Fon-
tainebleau hotel. Guest speak-
er of the evening will be Dr.
Samuel Belkin, president of
Yeshiva.
Rabbi Hurwitz
Is Guest Speaker
Rabbi B. Leon Hurwttz, of Tem
pie Zamora, will bo guest lecturer
Adult Jewish Studies on Wcdm -
day at 0 p.m.
Rabbi Hurwitz will discuss "At
titude of Conservative Judaism-
To Prayer and the Book." The ad
dress will be based on the text of
Tradition and Change." edited by
Rabbi Mordecai Waxman.
This is the fourth in a aeries of
lectures presented at Beth David
CNAtUS ftUCHTMAN
Educators Due
In Talks Here
Fruchtman, a veteran of World
War I. is a leader in the steel
business, a member of the Presl-
i dents Council of Yeshiva L'niver-
Leo Robinson, chairman of th I *ity. a trustee of the Hebrew Acad-
Flonda chapter of Yeshiva I'ni !emy. and vice president of Tem- Three outstanding educators are
versify, said Wednesdav that "the ,,. ,, i conducting seminars before the
phenomenal growth of the Cm ple E*nu"EI- He has served as Hebrew ,cacnCrs of Greater Mi-
\ or.-ity is indicated by the numer i treasurer of the Jewish Federation | ami as part of the training pro-
ous grants made available to Ye and on the executive committee of gram of the Bureau of Jewish Ed-
***." I lsrae| Bonds.
Adult Classes
At Miami Hebrew
Charles Ha blow, president of
Miami Hebrew Congregation, thi-
week announced that a program
of adult education has been imti
ated at the congregation under
the guidance of Rabbi Herschell
Saville. Classes are held each
Tuesday evening beginning at 8:15
p.m.
Course* offered are "Bask Ju
daism" and "Bible for Everyone '
A class in Beginners Hebrew'' is
being offered each Wednesday
morning to members of the Sister
hood, aa well aa all others inter
Senior u.
Tamid tr .^H
ple- "^73
,ary r^gJI
vrstein H-^^M
'pf* SchtSjJ
troup. *
5'no'*0vh(
^ DpirtB8j|d
cation and guJ
National bat**?
Bethcsda, Md wL
award of ^
('arriio-puimoillrt
Mt. Sinai Hospiui J
accompanied bj ,1
on that the paLl
two additiooal *?
l"cated to ^1
-'udies of "Rental
lation in Pulmoatjj
To Ltttn Hen|
Mimd ... In[
ucation.
The third lecture of Dr. Heatet ested '"> Hebrew.
Klepfisz. noted author and He-i ^ <* tn couraea are open to
braist. will be held on Tuesday.' "^ P"hlic.
8 30 p.m. at Temple Emanu El. --------------------
Dr. Klepfisz will trace the history ffflfcfcf toegOfOTgl fgj Talk
and development of the Jewish
prayer book. His lectures are un-j "TV Quiz Shows" will be sub
d?r the auspices of the Bureau o* j*t of an address by Rabbi Her
Jewish Education. 1 bert Baumgard. spiritual leader of
Dr. Azriel Eisenberg. executive' Temple Beth Am, at a meeting of
vice president of the Jewish Edu-: Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai
cation Committee of New York B'rtth on Tuesday noon at the Di-
City. will conduct a workshop on Lido hotel,
the teaching of Tu Beshevat dur
ing the week of Dec. 25. The work-
shop will be held under the Joint
auspices of the Jewish National
Fund.
In February 1960. as part of the
same series. Dr. Abraham Cannes,
first director of the local Bureau
of Jewish Education and now as-l*
;REPHUN'S HEBREW
BOOK STORE
Lar0t ana) Oid.it Hebrew
uepiy Heuee In O'niir Miami
WKOUSAU mmi tfTAft
sistant director of the Cejwin Sum-' c*" mer Camps, will address the Jew I*
ish teachers of Greater Miami
His lectures will analyze the im-.' '*AEL' oirTi ana novelties J
rwirtniM. r *k. .. llf tm__Lt_____ ... *. .
tor Synaoofjuea. Hebrew ana)
unalar Schools
Phillip Berkowitz. president oi Beth D Congregation. puU
flame to mortgage as Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Chiel, vice presi-
dent, applaud ceremony. Rabbi Solomon Schiif. spiritual
leader, looks on.
portance of the Jewish education-
al program in summer Hebraic
camps
J 417 weshiootoo Are,
JlfforsM 1-W17
Beth El Burns
Its Mortgage
Over 200 persons attended a
mortgage-burning ceremony Sun-
day at Congregation Beth El.
Participating in the ceremonies
were the Berkowitz Boy Scouts
and Cub Pack 500. Rabbi Solomon
Schiff, spiritual leader, offered
greetings. Music was by Miss Flor-
ence Weiss and Irving Pietrack
and his orchestra.
Mrs. Max Rappaport. chairman
of the dinner committee, introduc-
ed Phillip Berkowitz. president of
Beth El. Mrs. Jack Shapiro, presi
dent of the Sisterhood, welcomed
guests and presented Abraham
Chiel. first vice president.
Also introduced were Abraham
Pepper, second vice president, and
Hyman Shabner. treasurer.
The ceremonies were held in
Dora August Memorial Hall. The
mortgage-burning took place be-
tween two lighted candelabra.
Philip Weiss, of Royal Hungarian
restaurant, catered the affair.
Beth El was founded in 1934 as
the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation.
Rummage Safe Here
Coral Gables chapter of City of
Hope held a rummage sale
Saturday from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. at
6639 SW 59th pi.. Coconut Grove.
The sale followed a rummage
brunch held Wednesdey at the
home of Mrs. J. Fine, 610 SW 2lst
rd.. Miami.
Schaovht!
a* a* I
Rath IsVI
CEIU
Rahbi B iml
"May TV" Sail
m Elfrulral
PAlWMMUa.1
Beth Tfilah Lists
Adult Courses I
Adult education classes are now
in progress at Beth TfUah Con-
gregation, 935 Euclid ave.
The classes are conducted by
Rabbi Joseph E Rackovsky, spir',
itual leader of Beth Tfilah Con-
gregation, and specialize in Jew-1
ish laws and customs.
The classes meet regularly Sun
da Tuesday and Wednesday lt
4 30. p.m. No formal registration
is necessary, according to congre
gatioo officials. "
.wise Itk ciaions require time
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Surely it is only good sense to devote a* much
attention to selecting a family burial estate
as you would to making your ill ^ el oftea
one tends to postpone this important ilt-otisa
until an emergency arises. Isn't toda> the
best time to start planning? Why not Sod ut
about Mount Nebo now. Here, in Miami's bsttf
and oldest Jewish cemetery, a Perpetual Care
Fund exceeding $100,000, guaranlrrs he
permanent beaaty and care of Mount Vbo. l
nrver pay for main tence .. Ur and
mvetita cannot be levied And
it Nebo is so arrrnWv Imxlr
. it ha alrraitT
Miofni Hebrew Book Store
1SOS WASHINGTON AVE.
Miami Brach JE a-3S40
Hebrtw Religious Supp'ias for
Oynagogucs. Schools 4, Private Use
ISRAELI A DOMESTIC GIFTS
ISRAELI RELIGIOUS STORE
Ail MIUIW SVPailH KM
srHAcoems 1 jcwish Momts
1357 WASHINGTON AVL
Jl 1-7722
Miami Editor
Leads Discussions
A series of roundtable discus-
sions being held regularly on
Sunday evening at the Americana
hotel.
The discussions are led by Hen-
,drik J. Bems. feature editor of
I The Miami News.
Topics include juvenile delin
quency. the Middle East and Is-
rael. Far Eastern affairs, and,
others. Preston Tisch. president of!
the Americana hotel, participates
in the roundtable talk.
, The series is open to Greater
Miami residents, in addition to
I guests at the Americana.
opneanifc .. s aW/r.
been the choice of over 4,000 Jewish famd"*-
Why mm secure fall deuds?
i*mrs mostUAUTtrui kxclusivily jiwiSM ctucrtnr
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1959
+Jewlst> Tier Mian
Page 13-A
;es This Weekend
rlyle ivi.
MiuilfiNtM|..n
B*hhDedica-J
Avruhara
BW 1>th ave.
Silberman,
fjrd ave. Con.
Rosenberg.
(on.
"And To-
[Better Day."
r Mltzvah:
Mrs. Rubin
Cava. Orthodox.
day 8:30 a.m.
Contribution to
NW 2nd ave.
David W. Her-
tin.
b: "The Story
9 a.m. Ser-
&e Jaw." Btu-
amuel, son of
TRosenstrauc-h,
(alrie ave. Or-
Rottman.
lay 8:45 a.m.
Community."
Washington
Tibor Stern,
aehet-
lirday 8:30 a.m.
bailor of Holl-
Cennt-th, Bon of
nan.
i.-NW. 3rd ave.
did ave. Or.
9. Rackovsky.
iday 8:30 a.m.
- Even Out of
Pt 4:15 p.m.
Home'* Trl-
7:30 a.m. and
ISH CENTER.
fmi. Rabbi Sam-
Bonal OUT Sab-
Illtatlon ThroUfth
|:1.'> a.m. at -'".in
."Weekly Por-
4TER. 18160 NW
ve. Cantor Eman-
tantor Kmanuel
eii "ii his perma-
S Hihbat
I Alfred Mandel.
pee: Mrs. Harold

m l
Si'i.i;.''/ I- i
19 Heshvan 5:15 p.m.
SBSSSBilUUlil. :..!JL
ft;
Samuels, Mrs. Hy Raskin and Mrs.
Melvln Qaler. Saturday 9.a,m.
FLAGLER-GRANADA. 50 NW Slst
pi. Conservative. Rabbi Bernard
Shoter. Cantor Fred Bernstein.
Friday 5:15 and. S.15 ;p.n Bermon*
"The PromiHlna:'KutUrfs"''>IV. Sbb--
bat hosts: Mr. ana Mrs. Jack Green-
berg, In honor o( th.-ir *.>r,. Baaaatl
Saul: Mr. anil M -Jfbrrrs )M' '. atj
the occasion of then- anniversary.
Saturday 8:30 a.m.

FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801
E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi
Marlus Ramon. Cantor Oherwin
Levine.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 tn t. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross.
---- *..
HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CON-
GREGATION. 1150 W. 8th t Palm
ave.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 2030
Polk st. Conservative. Rabbi David
Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun.
------a------
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 24th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavaky. Cantor Louis Cohen.'
Friday 5 and 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "l)o-
featlsm." Junior service Saturday 10
a.m. under the direction of Jack
Katsker.

KNESETH I8RAEL. 1415 Euclid ava.
Orthodox. Rabbi Oavia Lonnnni.
Cantor Abraham Self.
Friday 5 p.m. Saturday 8:80 a.m. Ser-
mon: "Supreme Sacrifice."
----
MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1101 SW 12th ave. Orthodox. Rabhi
Herschell SaviHe. Cantor Joseph
Sslzman.
Friday 5:30 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Ser-
mon: "The Accent on the Individual."
----------
MONTICELLO PARK. 164th st. and
NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Max Lipshitz. Cantor Ben-Zion
Kirschenbaum.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "If Abra-
ham Were President." Mrs. Norman
Morgenstern to address the congrega-
tion on Organization for Rehnlillltu-
tlon Throuch Training. Saturday
8:15 a.m. Bar afltivaft: Marc, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry KinK. who will
host tlu- Friday evening oneg Bhab-
bat. Sermon: "Sarah and AgarTh<-
Contrast of Mothers."
Helping to plan the dinner of tribute for Rabbi Yaakov Rosen-
berg and Beth David Sunday evening at Miami Springs
Villas are Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon, chairmen of arrange-
ments, and Israel Consul Moshe Leshem. Rabbi Rosenberg
and the congregation will be honored for the'r "outstanding
efforts on behalf of Israel through State of Israel Bonds."
rOHsertatlon
CP3^
xnf inx1?
I v I
to #flTJlQ
ferinrnannj
foya 3?2??
fcn'i? nirntf
Jj?a .TPDjrifj
; urn ,o-vn
.a rwtf na)
h inth* Nagev
__iay, one year
m the scientific
|ators have found,
ouraging things.
t Tourist Corpo-
also exhibiting
|the relics of the
t In the Negev.
town which
i in the Byzan-
riited this year
urlsts, who saw
dwellings, houses
Fbuildings, house-
t, which are well
climate of the
Ivrit Olamit)
NORTH DADE CENTER. 13630 W.
Dixie' hwy. Conservative. Rabbi
Henry Okolica.
Frldav B:15 p.m. Sermon: "I>o Not
Withhold nisiMpllne from a Child."
Saturday 9 a.m. Bar Mltzvah: OeOf-
frey. son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Siegal.
NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620 75th st
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owltz. Cantor Edward Klein.
Friday I:t6 p.m. {Saturday 9 a.m. Ser-
mon: "Weekly Portion."
SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
t. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
Frldav 8:30 p.m. Sermon: Sacri-
fice." To be honored on their wedding
anniversaries: Mr. and Mrs Paul
K.--'i ; Mr. and Mrs. Alan Bornstein.
Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "Weekly
Portion."
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
dr., S. Miami. Reform Raobl Herbert
Baumoard. Cantor Charles Kodner.
TEMPLE BETH EL. 1646 Polk St.,
Hollywood. Reform. Rabbi Samuel
Jaffa. .
Frldav 8:15 p.m. Ouest spiritual lead-
er: Rabbi Morton Fierman, Temple
H.ih Sholom. Santa -Anna.. Callr.. ton
of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Fierman. of
Hollywood.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative
Rabbi Samuel Lerer. Cantor Ernest
Schreiber.
TEMPLE BEThTsHOLOM. 4144 Chaat
V/e Liberal Rabbi Leon Kronish
Cantor Davla Convlaer.
Frldav 8:15 p.m. Sermon: Expand-
ing Our Spiritual Frontiers Re.s.rt
on the 45th General Assembly of the
Union of American Hebrew Consre-
gallons." Saturday 10:45 am Bar
Mltzvah: Steven Wayne, son of Mr.
TSn. Albert Jay S.mmer
Michael, aon of Mr. and Mra. Carl
Welta. ___
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. WMNW
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabb.
Sheldon Edwards. Cantor Ben Gross
Frtlav 8 15 p.m. Sermrth. "Pattern
lAd Result." OneK#Ml>oat follows.
tempi F EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing-
T!on .v.. Conservative. Rabbi .rv.n,
Lehrm.n. Cantor Israel "aleH. ...
Friday 5 and 8:30 pm. Saroon. A
Catholic President A Threat or a
chalu-MKe- Saturday 9 a.m. Bar-
mon: "Weekly Potion Bar Mil a
vah: William, J-on of Mr. ami Mrs.
RaUh Kaplan; Elliott, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard Welnstock.
-""^-HT at^e CO-
vention is OverNow wnat.
TFMPLE JUDEA. 880 Palermo ava
Liber.T. Rabbi Morris Skop. Canto-
Herman Gattlieb. __-_. "The
KVi.isv 8-15 p.m. Sermon. ine
S'^::^?r
raman who will V hostess at Friday
naatnji Onas_ghaPpaL
TFMPLE NER TAMID. 80th st. ant
T^tum W.tsrw.y. Mod.rn Tr.dl-
Israeli Diplomat
At Dinner For
Rabbi, Beth David
Coming to Miami fort a special
'presenbati** in honor Yaakov G. Rosenberg and Congre-
gation Beth David will be one of
Israel's top peace negotiators and
a leading figure in the Ministry
for Foreign Affairs, Dr. Abraham
Biran.
Rabbi Rosenberg and Congrega-
tion Beth David will be honored
for "outstanding service to Israer
throueh Israel Bonds" at a dinner
of tribute Sunday evening, Nov.
29, at Miami Springs Villas.
Co-chairmen of tha arrango-
mcnti committee for tho dinner
are Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon.
Sidney M- Aronoviti, president
of Congregation Beth David, an-
' nounced that Dr. Biron would
present the congregation with
one of the highest awards which
the State of Israel can bestow,
the Flag of the City of Jerusa-
lem.
Biran is director of Armistice
Affairs in the Israel Ministry for
Foreign Affairs, and one of the
world's foremost archaeologists.
Formerly Consul General of the
State of Israel for the eleven West-
ern states of the United States, Dr.
Biran played a major role in ce-
Dr. Harry Lasker. national direc- anting the close ties of friend-
tor of Jewish relationships, Boy|shi and understanding between
Scouts of America, is visiting Mi- Israe, and the Uniteri states during
ami Beach for conferences with, {he tnree s in whicn ne held
Scout executives and community tha, t
leaders. | vears prj0r to his com-
Dr. Lasker will speak at Templei. *jr ,>,f'f(,,'j ota.Pc in lqsi
Ned Tamid Friday evening, and, ff ** ^^JTlf "tVS
will present two Ner Taraid!lre ,_-.., Ac ,.,-., arimin
Awards to Drake Regent and j ">> D..trrt A^. cml admn
Dr. Lasker WUI
Speak at Service
DR. HARRY USKM
Richard Nechtman.
Dr. Lasker travels extensively
throughout the United States,
promoting relationships between
the Boy Scouts of America and
synagogues rabbinical groups,
national Jewish Welfare Board,
B'nai B'rith, and other national
organizations that cooperate in
meking Scouting available to the
boys of America.
He came to the National Coun-
cil. Boy Scouts of America, in 1943
as assistant to the director of re-
lationships. In June, 1944. he was
appointed national director.
Rabbi
istrator of Jerusalem, he helped
plan key projects which enabled
the city to expand its industries,
housing, and educational and cul-
tural activities.
He is a third generation Israeli,
whose grandparents took part in
the founding and development of
Rosh Pina in Galilee and Petah
Tikva in the Sharon Valley.
Joint Service
For Thanksgiving
North Miami Jewish congrega-
tions will hold a joint annual
Thanksgiving service on Thanks-
giving Day.
Beth fimeth Congregation will
be host to Temple Sinai of North
Dade, Monticello Park Jewish Con-
gregation and North Dade Jewish palc lllc >,. -_---------- -
Center. Spiritual leaders of all j the Boy Scouts of Israel held on
four congregations, Rabbi David. ml Carmel.
W Herson, Beth Emeth, Rabbi, _-------------
gm SSUoTeXi Temple Students
Sinai, and Rabbi Henry Okolica.
North Dade Jewish Center, ayill
conduct the services.
Rabbi Skop Will
Offer Benediction
Rabbi Morris A. Skop, spiritual
Lasker is a member of ieacier 0f Temple Judea, Coral Ga-
I_1>1 A ni>nn\KUr f\f A VY\ PF- t i _____i* -I A ** I- Civil i-f h
h Miami Jewish congrega- > Rabbi LasKer is a niemu > leader of Temple juaea, corai ua-
will hold a joint annual, the Rabbinical Assembly of Amer-: bles wjjj participate in the fourth
-----; nn Thanks- jca anrj the New York Board of | annuai rededication of colors cere-
Rabbis, mony of the Military Order of the
In 1958 he visited Israel as di- world Wars,
rector of the first American Scout
contingent to Israel which partici-
pated in the National Jamboree of
To Enact Play
Temple Emanu-El Foundation
Rabbi Okolica will speak n School sludtnU_wrU present a
"Let Us be Thankful." Thanldgfvlrrg W^P Ia' f I t"he" Advisory Committee of the
Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum, \ Thanksgiving Riddle' on Wednes- "w ^
of Monticello Park, will render day morning, according to Rabbi j rd Army.
This annual ceremony will be
held Sunday, 2:30 p.m., at the In-
tra-mural Field north of and ad-
jacent to the Army Reserve Cen-
ter, 5600 San Amaro dr., at the
University of Miami.
A short address will be part of
the observance, which can be
viewed either from cars, or stands
at the San Amaro dr. side of the
field. Rabbi Skop will give the
benediction. He is a member of
. ... .w..^- l|,i> mv......p, -----------ct
musical selections. Also partici- Bernard Mussman, director of ed-
pating will be Cantor Hyman Fine, ucation.
of Beth Emeth. The Foundation School is an all-
The service will commence at 11 ] day English and Hebrew school
__ .. aw- .....! tha i ...;.l _nM.niAtn Kt.lindiiol nrrii'rnm
Growth of the annual ceremony
has been widely acclaimed among
military and religious organiza-
tions. Some 30 sets of colors are
The service wil commence ai ii, day rJngusn ana neorcw a.uuv. -------, j 7 .,,, a,,.,, miii
a.T Following the service, the | w4 a complete bi-Ungual program "V****"^*^^
_": -------L ot.4~.u~wi ...ill sorvp *_ i.;,ira,rtMi first and second tary uniU in tnis area, as weu aa
Beth Emeth Sisterhood will serve
refreshments.
tlenal. Rabbi Eugi
tor Samuel Oomb
rent LabOvlU. Can-
lerg.
TEMPLE SINA7"N0. MIAMI. 1210C
NE ISth ave. Reform. Rabbi Bennc
M. Wallach.
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB;_ 5"
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabb
Leo Helm. __.
FriJay 7:S0 p m .Sermon: When
Pkther and Son Walk Together. Sat-
urday 9 a.m.
TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th st.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Jacob Qoldfarb
Friday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: Three
Wise Men." Katurday 9 am Bar
Mitavah: Jay Barry, son of Mr. and
Mrs Frank Kl.in
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 9500 N. Mlarn
ave Conservative. Rabbi Harry L.
Lawrence Cant"' Albert Olantz.
Friday 8:30 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.
TORAH TEMPLE* ~12M West ave
Traditional. Rabbi Abraham Casssi
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YOUNG ISRAEL. 16750 NE 10th ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Shrrwin Stauber.
Friday 6:11 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Ser-
mon: "Moments of Owry."
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44 Za
mora ave. Conservative. Rabbi B.
Leon Hurwltt. Cantor Meyer Qisser.
for kindergarten, first and second
grades, and is a fully accredited
secular program.
The children are being instruct-
ed by Mrs. Miriam P. Anisfeld,
head Foundation School teacher,
Mrs. Helen Taylor, Miss Eileen
Hoppehfeld, and Mrs. Judith Sa-
ville.
'Moadon' Names
Dr. Soroff Chief
Dr. Nathaniel Soroff has been
elected president of "Moadon,"
Hebrew-speaking group in Greater
Miami.
Also elected to office were Da-
vid Freedman, honorary presi-
dent; Rabbi S. Azuli, vice presi-
dent; Haya Freedman, second vice
president; Mrs. H. Sintor, corre-
spondence secretary; Saul Porush,
recording secretary.
On the executive board are Dr.
Heszel Klepfisz, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Perach-Kwitney, Mrs. Fania
Soroff, Mrs. Zelda Liebman, Mrs.
E. Krasno.
tary units in this area, as well as
from veteran and service organi-
zations.

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RECORD REVIEW:
By HIIARY MrNPtrM
The Sounds of Israel's Holy City Yours for Listem
THE SOUNDS OF JERUSALEM. Produced, Edited and
Narrated by Yehoda Lev. Technical Director, Yaakov
Oar. Folkways Records FW 1552, 1-12" 331/3 rpm
longplay. $5.95.
COLKWAYS RECORDS adds to their already impressive
lift of Israel and Jewish folk material with The
Sound* of Jerusalem," the result of a happy collaboration
between an Israeli engineer, a young sabra named Yaakov
Dar, and an expatriate New Yorker, Yehuda Lev. They do
for Jerusalem what Tony Schwartz did for New York in
"Sounds of My City" and "New York 19" (both Folkways
records, incidentally).
The record is literally enchanting. From its first mo-
mentsthree o'clock in the morning in the Holy City, and
a wakeful cock crowing somewhere far out in her seven
hillsyou can close your eyes and find yourself in another
world. You hear the man who walks the streets of Je-
rusalem before sunrise, knocking on the doors of the con-
gregation, calling in T'fill-ahhh." For three thousand
years, the narrator tells you. the Jews of Jerusalem have a metallic "boher tov." and barsak
been summoned to morning prayer in this way. Over in ce, and, newsboys selling ik. _i
the Old City, the Arab mi if cornea out^onto the minaret
and intones his eryMo the Moslems; in order to record him,
the authors had to wait for an east wind, to that the sound
would carry to their tape machine microphone*.
Aa Jerusalem wakes up. there are newsboys (their
Arabic cursing "severely edited") and the opening pro-
gram of Kol Israel, with the Exercise Man. After a few
moments with an Arab tourist guide, the narrator speaks
of the age of the city: "Jerusalem was two thousand year*
old before David first saw the stronghold of Zion." Then
you join a group of Hassidim. black-cloaked and fur-hat-
ted, singing in the streets: "for what are nineteen cen-
turies of dispersion to a people who reckon time in terms
of eternity?" You hear the dear voices of the children.
ing. skipping rope, arguing, in their fearless Hebrew
with its marvelous combination of harshness and an al-
most Arabic liquidity. There is a parrot who manages
Overseas Newsletter: By ELIAHU SALPETER
Money Manipulators and Israel's Elections
JLSHAT WITH Lunik
Jerusalem
III some-
where between the earth and
the moon, the Torry victory' in
England and the elections at home
competing for the headlines. Is-
raelis still found time to get ex-
cited, involved and interested in
various more down-to-earth mat-
ters. There was the Gruenwald affair, the first In-
ternational Harp contest was held, something was
wrong all over the country with the phone bills, the
annual Bible Quiz was somewhat of a disappoint-
ment and then there were the rumors about the de-
valuation of the Israel pound.
Mr. Gruenwald is a London lawyer, director of
several companies belonging to the "Jasper Group,"
whose main activity seemed to be buying up 51 per-
cent of shares of some companies, selling some of
His Dream Came True
fJICK WHITTINGTON, the English folk
ballad recounts, came as a boy to
London and was very disheartened. He
packed his few belongings and his cat
and started to leave when he heard a
voice within himself calling:
Turn around. Dick Whittington,
Turn around. Dick Whittington,
' You will become Lord Mayor of
London."
I do not know whether Gershon Agron, late Mayor of
Jerusalem, heard voices when he first came to that city
telling him that some day he would become Mayor of Jeru-
salem. Who can tell what inner voices people hear' The
chorus of inner voices is inaudible to the outsider
There must have been a very powerful chorus of inner
voices in Agron to persuade him to leave America and
settle in Jerusalem in those days. Some twenty odd years
ago I w-as in Jerusalem and someone-mavbe'it was my-
svlf-askcd him if he didn't miss New York. He replied
that a reporter from the New York World who blew into
Jerusalem for a brief visit had put the same question to
him and he had replied: -Yes. I miss New York but what
shall I do-return to New York and sigh for Jerusalem or
stay in Jerusalem and sigh for New York''"
He had decided to sit in Jerusalem and long for New
York. Happy are the people who long. To live without
longing is like living on an earth without a sky
It wasn't easy-for most people to settle'down and
accept Jerusalem as home and destiny-at the time that
Agron settled there. Now there is green grass and trees
articles very rare in those days. Even a glass of water
was not always easy to get.
But the Jewish dream-the Jewish consciousness was
strong in Agron and thereby hangs a tale
TKIILrTCeniSwth' Mme *"** Tlie Agronskys in
Philadelphia in the process of Americanization had decided
to amputate the "sky" from the name. But Gershon felt
this would be construed as an attempt to conceal Jewish-
ness and he refused to go along.
Then the years glide by and Israel is established, and
everyone there resorts to name surgery. Now Gershon
Agronsky decides to drop the "sky." To do so in Israel
would no longer be contsmed as hiding the Jewish iden-
tity. The ironic consequence is that the Mayor of Jerusa-
lem became Agron and the only one with the fuU name
Agronsky is the well-known N.B.C. broadcaster. Martin
Agronsky. whom millions hear every morning at breakfast.
Agrons first visit to Israel was as a member of the
Jewish Legion. He fought for the country and that helped
him love it. You always love something you fight for
He was happy there. He established an English language
paper. It didn't have the large circulation other Jerusalem
or Tel Aviv papers had but he was happy about that too.
He was glad the paper wasn't too much of a success.
He lived long enough to see the dream of his youth
come truethe crude beginings emerge into the virile
young Israel of today.
their assets, obtaining further loans from building
societies, buying up more companies, and selling
their assets. However, some weeks ago their largest
venture sofar. the simultaneous taking over of the
Lintang Invest Corporation, owners of the largest
apartment block in London, and one of the large
British breweries, did not quite come off as the
group failed to mobilize all the cash needed. As the
affair became known, it began to rock the London
Stock Exchange, particularly when it was learned
that Mr Gruenwald suddenly left for Israel. Some
$9,000,000 most of it money from one of the build-
ing associationswas allegedly left unaccounted for.
The whole affair became the hottest issue in the
British elections, as Labor charged the Conserva-
tives with the responsibility for the lax regulations
concerning take-overs. In Israel. Mr. Gruenwald
who arrived on a tourist visahad gone into hiding
but came out into the open later. The Israel press.
indicated quite unanimously that Gruenwald was
definitely an unwelcome guest. When another Lon-
doner, a Mr. Gladstone, who allegedly jumped bail
while under investigation for fraud charges, sud-
denly also appeared as a "tourist" in Israel it was
just too much, and the Minister of Interior, Israel
Bar-Yehuda, cancelled the visas of both of them.
Mr. Gruenwald returned to Britain "to clear my
name." as he put it at the airport, but Mr. Glad-
stone chose to apply for immigrant status, which
would give him citizenship rights and make him
fairly well protected against extradition to England.
When the police tried to obtain an expulsion order
against him before his immigration application was
approved, he appealed to the Supreme Court and ob-
tained an order restraining the government from ex-
pelling him pending decision on his immigration ap-
plication. r
All this was again the subject of discussion m
ISi^'-.k A* ,0 Mr Gru>wald. >me editorials
criticized the government, pointing out that he was
not yet charged by any English court, and therefore
cancelling his visa reflected an unwelcome sensi-
SdUe'7h,t thC R>im ,hmk Bu for M'
uoKbtone. the question went deeper: it mav be that
that R."r'r* \m m* us; should this mean
Jew ,n1pL\UW f Re'Urn' wh,ch grantee, 'very
Jew. unless he is a convicted criminal or an incur-
turn ,^ ,h! ^ ,0 emi*e.to Israel wTld
he gn IS hna?hen, refUgC f0r P65 *hom
Between You and Me:
place, and newahoy, selling lhe Vf^ I
^--fth^.an^g/,^^
The mimic aa the second .w.
congregation singing the familiiT^S
We Have in Jeshue." through Chrul"' "*
~r*c. a Yemenite wedding^"l**
Srmtchg f popular Israel, songTmift"
As a technical feat, the retort* B .
on-the-spot tape, teed to crack. esSi"
ly. the record surface is exceDtkm.iu*'*,
pecj.l.y wide-range .-dm^SKJ
crackle or surface clicks to Mt^LT
enjoyment. Of necessity. Mr Ley ""*
tion than on the New York records ?,'
grated with the material and beautifXi*
The record is study in contrasU-Ezi
and non-Jewish worship, old Jews andwL/J
guage and music, the most mundinf JT*f
most awesome divinity. To the Amerkinb2
comparison will be inescapable As the en*
ence takes over, the pull between the doU,
Gunon called "the schizophrenia of the
grows stronger and stronger Krom the fi
the record, when the birds twitter in the
who are singing in Jerusalem-one's own
drop away, and there will be those who will
hard to remember why they are here.
United Nations listening Post: By SAUC
How Many Rel
[ UaaeeM
JUST AS THE inaail Mat!
j ** Arab refugee problem k*|
up steam this year, a c
[on the issue has come
the fraud with which the
I has been wrapped for vein
[has been practiced by the Aj
I whose hearts bleed ss prohabi,
miserable Arabs the very men, wooes m
whose misery is perpetuated by Arab leaden i
tragic sufferers as political weapon agaust I
the United Nations is not without blame Ik I
tions Relief and Works Agency for Palestine i
consistently accepted the statistics provided!
governments.. Now a neutral source has
sively bow phony those figures are.
The latest UNRWA report states that, hi
1958, there were supposed to have beea LOCI
ed refugees "entitled" to help. True. ITWi
footnote explaining candidly that these sUti1
necessarily show the actual refugee popuUoar
factors such as the high rate of unreported do*
tected false registrations, etc." But the e*l
currently being aired with a great deal of heat, a *
that figure of more than a million reroSMt.
truth is out:
As of June. 1958. the number of geouiKi
not exceed 548.610. Thus the I NRWA fiflw
lowing for whatever small "natural increase
have occurred in the year 1958-58-list hns
twice as many refugees as they should list r
"entitled" to relief.
The new study, published in London by th'
house of MacGibbon & Kee. was m**^'
scholar. Dr. Walter Pinner, profewr of
Halle-Wittneberg University. Entitled "Hoi
gees?" the work is a critical study of l^'B'*jL|
tistics. and an examination of many other rp
figures published under the British Masai1"
ment and other figures whose authenticity cw
tioned since, if anything, they lean toward*'
BORIS SMOUft
Big Corporations Shun Hiring Jewish Exe
pe A.SENCI OF Jews from execu-
>a 1 Ps,Uo' >n the major American
The AmeVe'OPlnf 'n* l"*^'
t.ve meeting and now determined
concentrate on breaking this taJlfi
Uie Harvard Business School the ajp s.
instituting ,wo-fold study project .
cruiting practices of the larse E~? ermine the re-
- industrial career ^^SS^SSSm^ "* "**
remarkable that PitXrgtTTr^ Pjtt*b^-
lered th, in*.-..;.. J^r811- .** which
where there is almost a complete a^enT^ **
-tie. portion, i. .ch ?!" ~
i .< ai .,.,., "wwnes there as the UA
And it iiuereating that these twe
Steel and Alcoa.
porations do their recruiting from &** |
and the University of Pennsylvania. 40 I*"*"
student bodies are Jewish.
Interesting also is the fact that <**"
have quite a substantial number of Jew*"
nevertheless they stand out among the
Prises which have practically no J* "
This is sis* true with regard to which, according to the American J<*'
no Jewish executives. The local cWf
Pittsburgh and Detroit are now I*"0**** V*
field of buaiaess and industry, with i_"***
the opening of executive positions in a**"
A very interesting expose on the
Placing it In the forefront of the AJC *""
given by Dr. John Slawson. "^""VJTsi
the cganizatioo He esaphasised that tl
'"mediate relation between the
utto certain clubs and their being .
executive pewtissM in the corporations.


20. 1959
+Jen is! fk>rMian
Page 15-A
i Notice
COURT OF THE
BTAL CIRCUIT OF
ND FOR DADE
CHANCERY,
C10083
WON,
1%

"brock.
3K,
publication
_Jock
Nth Street
, Florida
JBRHHY NOTIFIED
pfor Mortgage Foie-
flled against you.
ted to serve a copy
pleading lo the
miffs1 attorney, M.
Suite 1404, Bts-
aml. Florida; and
niwtr or pleading
he Clerk of the Clr-
Jefore the 4th day of
[ If you full to do no,
(fault will be taken
the relief demanded
DRDERED at Miami,
day of November,
L.TIIKRMAN, Clerk.
T>ade <'ounty, Florida
JOAN SNEEDBN.
Deputy Clerk.
11/6-U-20-27
_HT COURT OF THE
iDICiAL CIRCUIT OF
" AND FOR DADE
rN CHANCERY,
, MC106O6
rmsM
TO APPEAR
31.KR
Jth Street
Jn.y.
[hereby notified
BY HENRY LEONARD
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTU'K IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the flccufnua a*
SAM I'.INA OF MIAMI at 316 N.W.
Htb Street, Miami, Forida Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of ^tiift Cdjcuit'Court of Dude Count.*,
Florida.
TOW EMBROIDERY WORKS',
INC. Milton Tow, President
MARVIN I. WIENER
nil Alnaley Bide, Miami 32, Fla.
Attorney for Sandrlna of Miami
11/13-20-27, 12/4
"Instead of a motor-boat for my Bar Mitzvah.
Dad, I'd prefer a set of the Talmud."
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTU'K IS HEREBY G1VKIN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
CANDBE CANE VARIETIES at 17600
Collins Avenue. Miami Beach, Hi .
intends to register said name with
tin Clark of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
TOMAO CORP. (a Fla. Corp.)
Irving M. Finn
11/1S-20-27. 12/4
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
HEItKBY. NUTIKIKU business under the fictitious name of
Mvorce has been filed JOHNS AUTO RADIATOR SERVICE
the alsjve styled Court, at 3274 N.W. 54th Street. Miami in-
IBQl.'IRED to serve a tends to register Mid name with the
., i, ..> .. ntttnr ..li.ii.l_ 'I...... .._ _. ,'Ib,.mI> ^..<* nf T~-n(.A
swer or other plead-
ntiff's attorney, AR-
'L1EB, 820 N.E. Sec-
jmi, Florida, and to
, Answer In the office
r1 of tin- above styled
Before the 18th day of
^ otherwise, the allega-
pmplaint will be taken
Kami, Florida, this 4th
|er. II
KTHERMAN, Clerk,
, l >ade County, Florida
By: K. M. 1.YMA.N.
Deputy Clerk
11/6-13-20-27
AY PUBLICATION
BUIT COURT OF THE
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
IN AND FOR DADE
IN CHANCERY,
|0. WC10375
[>N BISHOP
ifimn hi i'-ki- i' i miiu ii'imc .i iwi *w
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
DAVELIN, INC.
HENRY NORTON
Attorney for Applicant
1406 Biscayne Building
11/6-13-20-27
It.
glSE BISHOP
FC-R DIVORCE
LOUISE BISHOP
iby notified that a BUI
. tor Divorce has been
bjrou, and you are re-
a copy of your Answer
the Bill of Complaint
* Attorney, Martin S.
krenty-flrst Street, Ml-
-lorlda and file the orig-
in- Pleading In the office
lot the Circuit Court on
i 7ih day of December,
(all to do so. Judgment
III be taken against yon
demanded In the Hill
"shall be published once
t four consecutive weeks
PISH FI.ORIDIAN.
J ORDERED at Miami.
4th day of November,
Weatherman, cierk.
Irt, Pade County, Florida
By: JOAN BNRBDEN,
Deputy Clerk
11/6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious nap.....f
Gouhuud de Paris at 543 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
LILLIAN BRAN I "T. INC.
a Fla. Corp.
ELI HREOBR
Attorney for Applicant
420 Lincoln Road ,,....
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
FALLSBL'RG RESORT SHOP at 441
Arthur Qodfrew Road Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
WILLIAM SPIELMAN
11/13-20-27, 12/4
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS^
* Jewish fk#dliann
solicits you* legal rtotices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
DM IK 3-4605
lor messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 59C 9274
ELINOR L. LUCEWICH,
Plaintiff.
JOSEPH LUCEWICH.
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
You, JOSEPH LUCEWICH, Corner
of Curlock Avenue and Brace Avenue,
Perth Amboy, New Jersey, are re-
quired to file your answer to the com-
plaint of divorce with the Clerk of
the above Court and serve a copy
thereof upon Herman Cohen, Attor-
ney, 1305 Congress Building, Miami,
Florida, on or before December 7,
1939, or else complaint will be taken
us confessed. Dated November 3rd,
19*19
B B I.EATHKRMAN. Clerk,
1,1 Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
TV Receiver
Sales Hit High
After a slow first quarter, retail
sales of black-and-white television
receivers experienced sharp year-
to-year gains. Sales in the June-
August period were some 29 per-
cent larger than a year before. For
1959, sales are estimated at
around 5,900,000 units, against 5,-
140,082 in 1958, according to Stan-
dard and Poor's Corp.
Factory production for 1959 will
probably exceed retail volume
somewhat, possibly amounting to
6,050,000 sets, compared with 4,-
920,428 in 1958. Although this
necessarily would mean a rise in
total inventories, an increase of
the magnitude indicated by the
foregoing figures would be justi-
fied by the improved demand.
Outlook for Radios Promising
Sales of domestically produced
home (table, console, radio-phono-
graph), clock and portable radios
in 1930 should easily surpass 9,-
000,000 units, after falling to 8,-
631,344 sets in 1958 from 9,721,285
the year before.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
he undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
FLOORS WITH A FLAIR at Dade
County, Florida Intends to register
-aid name with the Clerk of the Clr-
:uit Court of Dade County, Florida.
THE TILE MAN. INC.
a Fla. Corp.,
Sole Owner
SIDNEY EFRONSON
Mlornev for Applicant
241 Security Trust Hide.
10/30. 11/1-13-2"
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN-that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
RONDEN ENTERPRISES at 730 1st
Ave., Miami Beach, Fla., Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida. _____
AMERICAN FRUIT PURVEYORS
INC., a Florida corporation
By: Harry Sturm. President
TALIANOFF & WALLER
AttrneyB_____________- 11/6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
HARRY LEVY & ASSOCIATES at
1101 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach.
Fla., Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
HARRY LEVY
ARTHUR G. GOTTLIEB
Attorney for Applicant
820 N.E. 2nd Ave. n/6.13.20.27
LEGAL NOTICC
. BY PUBLICATION
CUIT COURT OF THE
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
[ IN AND FOR DADE
IN CHANCERY,
[No, 59C 10425
IRLES SHAFRANEK
gARY SHAFRANEK
FOR DIVORCE
MARY SHAFRANEK
IB Avenue
Connecticut
IBSA MARY SHAFRA-
ebv notified that a BUI
for 1 Mvorce has been
you. and you are re-
Jre a copy of your Answer
[to the Bill of Complaint
fcttff's Attorney, Leonard
19 Blscayna Blvd.,
, Florida and file the
_*er or Plea ling In the
BClerk of the Circuit Court
JRle th day of December,
i fall to do so. Judgment
111 be taken against you
demanded in the Bill
_. ORDERED at Miami.
2nd day of November.
EATHERMAN, Clerk.
-_rt. Dade County, Florida
[By: JOAN SNEEDBN.
Deputy Clerk.
LI.. KIM DAM.
Blvd.
, Florida
Plaintiff
11/6-13-20-27
(Mat)
By: JOAN SNEEDBN,
Deputy Clerk
ll/i-U-X-Xl
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE! is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to .image In
business .....ler the fictitious name oj
BHOWARD VISION SER\ U E at Mb
N. Federal Highway, |t. Lauderdalc.
I-la., intends to register said name
with the Clara ot u- Circuit t ourt oi
Dade County, Florida. lu3lBAJlD
ItKIOEL & TE1TELMAN
Attorneys for Applicant
04 Biscay..* Blug. u/6.,3.20-27
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fletltloua name of
MICKEY'S BAR & PACKAGE BTORE
at ^iii> S.W. 17th Avenue, Miami, Fla.,
Intends to register mid name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida. .,,,,,,
BUCKET'S INC. OF MIAMI
(*. Fla. Corp.)
KESSLER & GAItS
Attorneys for Applicant
,998 8.W. 1st Street ..,.,_._ ,,
DTICE UNDER
rflOU8 NAME LAW
IB HEREBY GIVEN that
Ted, desiring to engage In
K-r the fictitious name* of
mM, LTD. and FUN-
|LU MEN'S SHOP at Dade
fls to register said game
_ of the Circuit Court
,ntv, Florida. ._
SHIONS
; LTD., INC
Bernstein. President
A WALLER
11/S-13-W-27
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
;N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No, 5C eU-
STELLA P.EHAK,
Plaintiff,
vs.
SIMON BEHAR,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Simon Behar,
2W1 Grand Avenue,
Bronx, New York. ^__
You. SIMON BEHAR, are hereby
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
luvorS ha. been filed against you
and vou are required to serve a copy
ot yoSr Answer or Pleading o he
Bill of Complaint on he plaintiff s
Attorney, HERBERT C. ZE.MEL, 420
I Hu-oln Road. Miami Beach 39. Flor-
idaand m"the original Answer or
leading In the office of the Circuit
mm&m
'"tHS iro!l,c:,,,hV.",b,eB'pub..shed once
aJh week 'or four consecutlye weeks
nSridif tin- u. < October-
A" E59B DEATHKHMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County^*
HERBERT C. ZEMEL
itn Lincoln Road
Miami Beach 39. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff 11/8.1,.ao.,7
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTV. IN CHANCERY,
No. 59C10446
IOHN C. AI'.EAR, and ADA G.
IBEAR, Ms wife.
Plaintiffs.
vs.
ELLA M. MILLER, etc et al,
Defendants.
ORDER TO APPEAR
TO: Ella M. Miller, If single jmd If
married than she ami her husband
whose names are unknown. If living
and If dead their unknown heirs, de-
legates*) or grantees. Almee
I. I. Boott, an I .1. U. Boott, her hus-
band. If living and If dead, their un-
known heirs, devisees, legatees, or
grantees; M. c Hawes, and if mar-
ried Hawes. his Wire, If living
and If dead, their unknown heirs, de-
visees, legatees, or grantees; Harry-
Cohen and If married Cohen.
his wife, if living and if dead their
unknown heirs, devisees, legatees, or
grantees, creditors, trustees, or other
parties whether natural or corporate,
claiming Interests by. through under
>r against said parties defendant or
otherwise, and also nil persons having
or claiming any Interests in the fol-
lowing described lands, situate, .lying
and being in Dade County. Florida,
""Lot 7. Block 4. TWELFTH
STREET MANORS. 3rd SECTION.
u Subdivision according to the Plat
thereof recorded In Pint Book 6.
nt Page 162 of the Public Records
of Dade Cm.ntv. Florida"
YOU AND EACH OF YOU. are
hereby required to serve a copy of
your answer to the Complaint to
Quiet Title on plaintiffs Attorney
SM cnlumet Bldg., Miami. Fla., on
or before the 7th day of December.
i'i',9 and file the original with the
Cterk of this Court otherwise the
allegations of said complaint will i*
taken as confessed by you and each
Dated this 3rd day of Novemlier.
199' R. B. I.EATHKRMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
Deputv Clerk
(seal! By: K. M l.YMAN.
(8eaU 11/6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under Ihe fictitious name of
CAROL FASHIONS at Dade County.
Florida intends to register said name
with the Cleik of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
EDWARD A. AZHN
Sole Owner
BIDNEY EFRONSON
Attorney lor Applicant
S5 scni.y Trust ^
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
FORD VENETIAN BUND .WIN-
DOW SPECIALISTS al 32119 N. W .th
Street, Miami U, Florida intends to
register said name with the CJerk of
the circuit Court of Dade County,
Fnr'da- WILLIAM STI'RMAN
Sole Owner
HERMAN I. BRET AN
Attorney for owner
16 S.W. 1st Avenue ..,*.
ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE
FINANCrNG
WAREHOUSE LOANS
FACTORING
EQUIPMENT FINANCING
COMMERCIAL PAPER
Phone: TUxedo 8-7551
4309 N.W. 36th Street
Miami Spring*, Florida
H. S. GRUBER
PRESIDENT
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engare In
business under the fictitious name of
OLD WEST KIDDIE DARK at 9241
E Bay Harbor Drive, B*v Harbor
Island," Fla., Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the- Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
FUN SPOTS OF MIAMI. INC.
rallot, Silver. Pallet. Stern & .Mints
Attorneys for Applicant
701 Congress Bldg. ^_..,,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th*t
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
KU.KIDA SUNSHINE KSTATE at
13715 Blscayne Boulevard. Miami.
Florida Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Bade County. Florida.
LYNJAY, INC.
a Fla. Corp-
LAURENCE DISK IN
Attorney for OWL
1,40 N*. l*rd Stre.tn/:o
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUFT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 59C 3682-K-Prunty
ASKNATH FItlSHMAN.
Plaintiff,
SEYMOUR FRISHMAN.
Defendant. .___,,
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO: SEYMOUR FRISHMAN
Defendant
514 North 14th Street
T,hu Vegas. Nevada ____
YOU ARE HKREBt N< 'TIKI BO
that the Final Decree of Divorce
dated August 3, 1W entered in the
above styled cause has been ?
and that the plaintiff, asknath
FRISHMAN, has been permitted to
file this new Notice of Publication
^instituting said suit. You are fur-
ther notified that an Amended HI" or
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
against you in this cause and you are
hereby required to serve a copy <*
Your Answer or Other (.leading to -ud
Amended Bill of Complaint on plain-
tiff's attorney. MILTON A. Fl! I-.D-
MAN. 1111 Ainslev Building, J*l
S2 Florida, and file tho original with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 7th day of December. I9o9.
or Judgment bv defiwult will be taken
against you. You are hereby farther
notified that said Amended Bill of
Complaint also prays for title to the
following descrllied property to be-
come vested solely In your Plalntirr.
XSKNATII KUISHMAN: Lot 9. Bio.ck
I CRYSTAL V1KYV. according to the
Plat thereof, as recorded In Plat Boo"
12 at Page 47 of the Public Records
ot Dade County. Florida, also known
as 3.,r.n Crystal View Court. Miami.
Dade County. Florida.
DATED this 3nth day of October.
15, at Miami. Dade County, Florida.
E. B. LEATHKItMAN, CWrk.
Circuit Court, Dads-County. Florida
(seal! By: K. M. LYMAN,
Deputy Clerk.
VILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attor
Attorney for Plaintiff
Ull AlnsleyBlilg.
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JeHUtncrkltori
Friday,
Jews of North Africa Fared Well Under Vichy
Continued from Page '-A
portrayed in emotional letters
from U.S. Jewish leaders to the
State Department.
Working quietly, he did what
he could to alleviate anti-Jewish
pressures. He nevertheless came
under personal attack from Jews
in America. He made this obser-
vation philosophically, without a
trace of bitterness or resent-
ment.
Mr. Murphy cited the cat* of a
U.S. Army captain of Jewish
fairh. Tho captain had spent only
three weeks in North Africa when
ho dispatched an excited com-
plaint to Mr. Murphy about
"Viehyitm ard conditions in tho
Melleh." Vichy had not croatod
Iho Mollah. Jews woro living
there for hundroda of yeoca.
North Africa was the first bat-
tleground where American and
German troops met. An estima-
ted 330.000 North African Jews
welcomed the Amencio landing
on Nov. 7. 1SM2. But their hopes
were not completery fulfilled
Vichy decrees were ate gradual-
ly abrogated. Both President
Roosevelt and Gen. Eisenhower
i-a lied for early abolition of anti-
Jewish measure-
When Adm. Jean Darlan be-
* 1 1
^^A 4 ^1 A Mi 1 law
came thief of State in French
Africa the Jewish question re
mained pending. Darlans asaaa-
sinaiion left the situation obscure
His succeaaor. Gen. Henri
Giraud. restored some, but not
all. rights to Jew* He did this
despite machinations of Ada
propagandists who tried to stir
up the Arab population by spread-
ing the idea that Moslems would
be dominated by Jews unless the
Nazis were victorious.
Some Jewish properties were
returned. Jewish community
schools received government sub-
sidies. Jews were enrolled in
colleges although on a quota
basis. The French Army opened
its ranks to Jews.
But January'. 1M3 found the
situation such that Harold Mac-
MUlan, then British Minister in
North Africa, felt justified in
stating that "the attitude toward
the Jews must be changed be-
cause the present attitude wiH
never bo acceptable to the Brit-
ish and American people> "
American Jewish groups were
alarmed that month to learn of
the appoirtment of Marcel Pey-
roulon as Governor General of
Algeria. His past record, as the
Vichy Minister of the Interior,
and, earlier, as Secretary-General
of Algeria in 1930, indicated ho
might retain anti-Jewish meas-
ures under a pretext that liberal
iiation wawM causa Are* dieterb
ances.
On the scene at the time, Mr
Murphy was attacked for "ex-
pediency*' and "appeasement" in
connection with the Peyrouton
appointment. Mr. Murphy re-
called that the appointment fig-
ured in the normalization of
Franco American relations in
North Afriee 1st* Mid that Pey-
routon proved to be free of anti
Semitism.
Two months after Peyrouton
was named. Gen. Giraud formal-
ly severed all ccaanectiens with
Vichy and Marshal Petain. He
declared Vichy regulations not
valid in French North Africa
Simultaneously, he confiscated
the Journal Officiel which pub-
lished Vichy's anti-Jewish de-
crees. He dismissed Vichy offi-
cials.
In receipt of reports from Mr.
Murphy, Sumner Welles (then
Undersecretary of State) hailed
Gen. Giraud's action as a return
to the principles of individual
liberty that made Franco great.
Even the Free French hesitantly
admitted] It was a significant step
in the right direction.
Meanwhile. Mr. Murphy re-
hnna i
Van]
ce'vedim,(
Writta
were fori
vestiges i
< Mr.:
"> and
""> to eualj
nation.
struggling 743
"aneuveriq Frail
from Vichj ^
camp. In Mr a/1
the Jewiihj^
* neitker i, ,1
as was thee* j"_
Tbere is J!
Mn*ydiBn3
and con/used a J
as lndrtidualj-Jl
In France a* !
clear that bt JS
lives.
wayi beHtnlal
Jawish Statt aa^j
Palestine. IuhH|
found him
and helpful,
one of Mr. U
tions as a dipieaa]
involye anti-Jndj]
turn. Be sill *-
dent Eisenhowffil
i- familiar notolj|
I of Nn11
problem? but is i
Morocco's latest;
anti-Jewish ,
Federation's publicity department receives first-place award
at the General Assembly of the CJFWF in San Frcmcinco.
President Sam J. Heiman (riqht) accepts the citation from I. D.
Fink, of Minneapolis, chairman of the CJFWF publicity awards
committee, at the closing session of the asaembly.
Federation P. R. Award in Frisco
SAN FRANCISCOThe Greater
Miami Jewish Federation Sunday
won a national award lor the best
single 1959 interpretation entry in
a nationwide exhib.t at the 28th
general assembly of -the Council
of Jewish Federations and Wei
fare Funds.
The presentation througn news
paper media took top honors as
the outstanding large city antr)
in the Community Interpretation
Exhibit held at the assembly.
Presentation of the award was
made by I. D. Fink, of Minneapo-
'.'*! ch*lrmn of the CJFWF pub-
licity awards committee, at the
closing session of the assembly,
attended by more than l,e*
communal leaders from a 11
parts of the United States and
Canada. Sam J. Heiman, presi-
dent, accepted the citation on be-
half of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation.
The award to Miami was one of
20 presented to large, intermedi
ate and small cities in six cate-
gories based on community and
year-round interpretation materi-
als, and the best community news-
paper.
The Council of Jewish Federa
tions and Welfare Funds is the na
tional association of 216 Jewish
federations and welfare funds,
representing 800 communities
throughout the United States and
i Canada.
Charles R. Jacobson is director
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration publicity department.
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. u
tL
W
oman s
"World
Dr. Meyer Eggnatz is off to Mexico Mrs.
ggnatz is off to New York They'll both meet
Lake Charles, La., for dinner with their daugh-
fcr and son-in-law, as well as the two grandchild-
Hen ... No cranberries "Where have you
Jtaken me lately?" asked Esther Rubin And so
Bhe and husband Donald are leaving on the Fran-
^dies cruise Mrs. Albert (Flo) Comanor, pres-
nic League, and what lovely ceramic items she
cia Kanner will long remember Armistice Day
round town for a Chanuka present for husband
[trips in three years for Max Schwartz, just back
I tour around the world They'd better hurry
f to the moon .
^amazing his friends by using a walker just ten
i and broke his hip ... No wonder no answer .
[.'. Mrs. Isaac Levin's up in Baltimore visiting her
Hectic barely describes the swim-barbecue at
\ Gerlman home the other night ... It was son
i howlalong with the All Miami Youth Symphony,
issburg founded and conducts ... So, Paul Strass-
Katz came to give Richard a helping hand .
ty of longhair and pop records, with Bill Reskin
his aunt, noted violinist Joan Field.
lian columnist Samuel G. Kling intended spcnd-
[in New York and Baltimoreeven got two guest
in for him Then there was that dive into
d1, where he and Mrs. K. liveand Sam punctured
wound up with grippe ... So Sadie attended the
>elors conference in Gothan Town and read a paper
tthe occasion Friends of Einor Lyth remember
icquet Club, and are now saying hello at the Derby
blvd. .
Embers: Dr. and Mrs. Robert Rosenblum .
ussins are busy entertaining New York publisher
[and world-famous photographer Weegee He's
story of senior citizens at the Blackstone hotel,
Ped to appear in the forthcoming "Weegee's Creative
Incidentally, call Weegee Arthur Fellig, and he'll
litzvah of Steven Weinstock was the occasion of a
I. by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Wein-
lay, Nov. 7, at the Algiers hotel Among guests
rial grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. William Weinstock,
Isle, who just returned from a European and Israel
Mrs. Louis Sonin, Normandy Isle, maternal grand-
Ray Bash, Great Neck, N.Y.; and Mr. and Mrs.
[of Rutherford, N.J. The Weinstocks, of 60 NE
"Miami, have another son, Michael, 16 Mrs. W.
of the early childhood development program at the
Irs. Abraham Serotkin. 2171 SW 17th st., celebrated
Jding anniversary, with a reception Sunday at the
Ice hotel The Serotkins have two children. Louis
(Anne) Fink, of Nover, N.J., and two grandchildren
^their families were among the more than 100 guests
rl, bandmaster of Hialeah's Henry H. Filer Junior
one of the 90 top-flight bandmasters throughout the
been picked to play in the fifth annual All-Amcrican
Band in Chicago at the Sherman hotel Dec. 8 through
}nd will be conducted by Morton Gould, no stranger
concert-goers Jesse, wife Suzanne, and their
1, Steven and Jeffrey, live in Virginia Gardens.
IMC
kend was one to end them all Mrs. Charles (Aud-
sin was chairman of the Miami Homecoming alum
Laron Farr played and sang with his fellow-trio mem-
ago Nostalgic memories of "Mississippi Mud"
jy Dreams" ... In a remembering mood: Inez Kren-
ing Alpha Epsilon Phi's national president, Mrs.
Iberger, at her home for dinner ...
[weekend: Panhellenic's glamorous lunncheon for the
fling the Panhellenic conference at Boca Raton, with
a Phi, Iota Alpha Pi, Sigma Delta Tau, Phi Sigma
)elta Phi Epsilon well represented by Mrs. Jackie
Jorton Grant, Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, Mrs. Alexander
| Erwin P. Hoffman, and Mrs. Arthur Clark .
jidst of it all at the Eden Roc began trooping dele-
ational Federation of Temple Sisterhoods convention,
opold (Betty) Schwartz and Mrs. Aaron (Marcella)
: the brigade.


_ 1 for his annual season visit at the Eden Roc is 82-
Hes Rosenthal, founder of Riverside Memorial Chapels
e accompanied by Mrs. R. Charles, still active
ent several months in Israel last summer He re-
the opening of the new library at Brandeis Uni-
. he is a scholarship donor ... The Rosenthals, who
ained by Irv and Lil Blasberg, 5915 La Gorce dr., dur-
here,-have been coming to Miami Beach regularly
lies, one of the world's top ten bridge players, house-
liami with another name of fair repute in bridge
. Esther Rosner back from visiting her parents
t, N.J., and joining husband David, of Sterling hotel


. of bathtub gin, faint memories of the Charleston-
re the Roaring Twenties, all set up at the Diplomat
with 100 women sporting wigs, feathers, long ear-
atas-type headbands, and knee-length sheer dresses
were Mrs. Irving Cohen, Mrs. Norman Arkm and
Veinkle Guests included Marjorie Cohen's bro-
J and Leonard (Food Fair) Friedland, together with
... Also Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Goldstein, Dr. Wilfred
David Harris and fiancee Barbara Kaplan.
1 cJewisli Floridian
Miami, Florida, Friday, November 20, 1959
Section B
Turning out for the Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Auxiliary Ball
at the Everglades hotel Saturday were these civic, social and
medical leaders of Dade county. Top photo (left to right) are
Dr. and Mrs. Morton M. Halpern, Cedars of Lebanon president;
and Dr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Levin, Auxiliary president. Center
photo (left to right) are Col. and Mrs. N. B. Rood, campaign
co-chairman with David Stuzin and Harold Thurman of the
hospital's $2,450,000 building fund campaign; and Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard Stevens, both civic and philanthropic personal-
ities here. Photo below are (left to right) Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Luby, sr., co-chairman with Abe Aronovitz of the campaign;
and Dr. and Mrs. Frank Cole, advisory board member. The
inaugural followed by six days the Cedars of Lebanon ground-
breaking at NW 12th ave. and 14th st. (See 'Charmingly
Yours,' Page 9-B).
Book Review Series Resumes
Miami Beach chapter ot Hadas-
sah will launch its annual book re-
view series at a "welcome back"
coffee Monday noon at the Algiers
hotel.
Launching the 13th year of the
series will be Mrs. I. M. Weinstein.
"Theodor Herzl," by Dr. Alex
Bein, will be the subject of the
book review session in honor of
Jewish Book Month, which starts
Friday.
Proceeds of the luncheon will be
used for vocational education in
Israel. Mrs. Philip Thau is chair-
man of the book review project.
Committee includes Mesdames
Ben Zeigmund, Harry Platoff, J.
Entine, David Reinwald, Nathan
Bushman, Philip Somatt, Nat Tel-
ler, Maurice Collegeman, David
Levine, Anna Weiss, David Den-
ncr. Frank Gurtov, Aaron Tepper
and Isaac Weinburger.
The review series of five ses-
sions is scheduled through April,
1960.
Bayshore Club
Gives Cobalt Unit
Bayshore Exchange Club of Mi-
ami Eeach, through its president,
Harcld Rubin, presented a check
for $500 to Mrs. Micky Kraus,
president of the Women's Cancer
League of Miami Beach, at a lun-
cheon meeting at the Monte Carlo
hotel on Friday.
The money will go toward the
purchase of the $50,000 Cobalt Ma-
chine for Mt. Sinai Hospital of
Greater Miami, which the Wom-
en's Cancer League of Miami
Beach has pledged to raise.
The Damon Runyon Cancer
Foundation, represented by Mrs.
Robert Z. Green, recently present-
ed the Women's Cancer League
with a check for $5,000 towards
the machine, and has promised to
match dollar for dollar what the
League collects for its purchase.
The machine is one of the latest
methods of treating cancer pa-
tients with X-ray therapy.
Women Form
Service Council
A Community Service Council to
provide womanpower for import-
ant local activity will be organized
by the Federation of Jewish Wom-
en's Organizations.
Mrs. Milton Sirkin, FJWO vice
president in charge of community
services, held the first gathering
for members of the council on
Tuesday at the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation offices.
Steering committee consisted of
a number of presidents and board
members who will invite their
membership to volunteer in the
current United Fund campaign
and in the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal beginning January, 1960.
"One of the functions of the
Federation of Jewish Women's Or-
ganizations is to coordinate com-
munity volunteer service where-
ever possible," said Mrs. Sirkin.
We hope through this process to
unite the womanpower of the Jew-
ish organizations for maximum
community participation."
Pioneer Women
Slate Functions
Bcba Idelson Club of Pioneer
Women is sponsoring its first Oneg
Shabbat on Saturday afternoon,
Nov. 28, at the home of Mrs. Ja-
cob Cossow, 4222 Trouville Espla-
nade.
Mrs. Israel Offenhenden, presi-
dent, announced that the event is
open to all Pioneer Women and
their friends. Cultural program
has been prepared by Mrs. Her-
schel Yanish, chairman.
Kadimah chapter is holding a
card party for members and
friends on Sunday evening at the
Ocean Ranch hotel. Mrs. Ceil Se-
gal is allocating proceeds to Moet-
zet Hapoalot.

Coral Gables chapter, Mrs. Paul
Berlin, president, is having a novel
package party on Sunday evening,
Nov. 29, at Zamora Jewish Cen-
ter. Funds are earmarked for
Child Rescue, according to Mrs.
Z. Levine, chairman.

Mrs. Joseph Krantz, president
of Club 1, has announced the
club's ninth annual dinner at the
Royal Hungarian restaurant on
Wednesday at 6 p.m. Chairman is
Mrs. Henry Seitlin. Rabbi Max
Shapiro will be guest speaker. En-
tertainment will be by Phil Nash-
kin. Proceeds are for Moetzet
Hapoalot.


Page 2-D
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____ Friday,
Preparing for the Diplomatic Ball to welcome Israel's Ambas-
sador to the United States. Avraham Harmon, on Saturday
evening Dec. 5. at the Fontainbleau hotel are members of
the corps ot diplomatic hostesses. Seated (left to right) are
Mrs. Samuel T. Scpiro and Mrs. Bernard Kaplan. Standing
(left to right] are Mrs. Carl Rafey and Mrs. Samuel Oritt. Grand
hostess is Mrs. Jack Katzman. Mrs. Kattman and Mrs. Max
Weia. chairman of the Women's Division for Israel Bonds, an-
nounced that 100 members of the division will serve as diplo-
ic hostesses.
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A COITW of 100 diplomatic fa
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tte nwwjijt.1
welcoming IfrUli n* Ambassa-
dor Avraham Harman. to the Uni-
ted States on Saturday evening.
p e ft, in the Fontaincblcau hotel.
|| Na< announced by Mrs. Max.
Weitx. chairman of the Iiwacl
Bond Women's Division, and Mrs.
Jack Katzman. grand diplomatic,
hostess.
At separate meetings scheduled.
for Thurday and Friday, prospec
tive haatenea were to be briefed
on diplomatic protocol and their,
duties at the ball. One meeting
mi to be held Thursday at the
home of Mrs. Frances Entine. and
the second is slated Friday at the.
home of Mrs. Katzman. |
Among members of the corps of,
diplomatic hostesses (in forma-.
tioni named by Mrs. Katiman are
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Left to right ox. Ma. Arthur Bergman Mil H^
lam, nm it.i.in*r. OTr***uck and Mra. Joseph Shapiro, Hebrew Acadaati
^i^vLS^%^^STTSSi dent. They ore ctxrhairmen of the Ida AwlJ
.-..h,n Marria t\p*r. A.ron Cour-1 Baj)k Foundation, which held its annual]
Mi. 11. Ihiiilrl < ravltt. ..*.. 1 ... -*"""t_
M.^i.mr. sam f. Panris. afax I week. The women a group has pledged nmj
iJ*dV,'l^^'r>."ncr. b I Ida Appel Memorial Auditorium, which wffl bq
:: R~rdA,Kr" Hebrew Academy', new school facilities to b.
near future.
Sisterhood Slates Member
Temple Tifercth Jacob Sister--------
hood will lve a member-hip af _
fair on Monday evening at the
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Lo Crlvan. Martin
l^.uli* Ulaaawr. llrrnard QoM-
1 rv- OoMman, MIm Rather
Iman. Ml Ulllan <:.....I m n j
dtnan, t'harlra QottUab. ,
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ham 'Jrunhm. Janrlte Oattrr-
mn Trudy HaitK-rw hlax. aturray
Xwlimi'i IVrnard Kaplan. Marvell*
,,-k K.iuinan. Mla Aw-1 la TBIDpIC.
Katiman. Sanf.-r.l Kan, lni Kr.-n-
inamaa. Laoa Kiwi' The erenmg will be under the
!r\in I.. Raphael Uwt, wll- 1 --.1 ^. j-_B l.nhine Ham
1 l.ni.air. j_Mh direction of Mrs. josepnine Mam
.. irviijt : mel, vlee president in charge < f
"ioa.>cinlwwpc-.ho will be as-
-hi. hy Mrs: Harry Baseman. An
.nr Padawar. t^aonard rnal musical skit will be ores'
" iviimm im .- lit* "ita>rti^t Carousel" written
Ham PI. W. Mlrla.M **" TISI*rnaan carousel. ~r"""
i:-Mia. by Mrs Louis Bernstein. Partui
Itlfkln. Paul Rlmmflr. Yaakov _.,:_ i_ ,k.n ,,, u-i)l Kj,
..r. j,,,,, patina In tho shit will be mc
Mir Roatnrk, M.^ri. R.*^m. Harry damoa Harry Beck. Philip Begun
Ruth Brower. Leon Dorson Joseph
.iinul T Raplro. Mario Schram, GrOSS. Charles KiTSCh. Philip L)
u^on srhrrMwr. ivjvm s^rnaa^r. n,r- on, Albert Levite. Joseph New
S Shapiro. Jnai.h ShajUr... Ja "'" '",r" *^' J" ,_._
rob 8h*r. Tohlaa Simon. IWrnanl 8u;>- [ man. JeSSC Pearl. Ja*a W1ICO
a.rth. Miitoa suaaman Loyls Wine. San Weinstetn. Mel
MraHarawa Hamad Taurman. Jack .,., anri Mnrrla Wvman
Topr". Alvin Wank. I>r Monavr **elM ,Ba "OrTie Wyman.
Wn-hnbrnt. I'arl Welnklr. Mas
WVlta. Kllaabrth IVnlarr. and Harold
ainn.
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Installs Officers
Ob the refreaffameot committee
wiU be Mrs. Mae Goldman and
Mrs. Harry Beck, and in charge
of decorations will he Mrs. Eu-
gene Abramsen. Mrs. Jack Rack
ear and Mrs. Leon Rubenstein.
Robyn Tnbin chapter of the City ______
of Hope held an installation I
brunch Wednesday at the Chateau MgajajkofV $jaj*a*Ttf Drfvt
motel. Mrs. Arthur Tubin was in
stalled president. North Dede Lodge of B'nai B'rith
Others who assumed office were will bold a members' smoker
Mesdames Sam Elber. Melbourne drive Tuesday evening at the Re
Brandon. Gerald Zimmerman and gal Brewery. Guest speakers will
Leonard Snyderman. vice presi- include Jimmy Barns. Miami Her
dents; William Gosofsky. treasur- aM sports writer, and Paul Seider
er; Martin Glenn, corresponding man. chairman of the board of the
secretary, and Maurice Fabnkant. Florida region. Anti-Defamation
recording secretary. Leaeue.
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* Jew is* nnrkti&n
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|to New Cerebral Palsy Fund
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rof Miami so-
fesenk'd when
Ity alumna?
aual fashion
Jeville Jjotel
The show
^Sigma Sigma
fund at the
te of Great-
US the first
11th to con-
lsy when ten
[a brace fund
rs, a scholar-
[ unable to at-
Bow the new
cup will be
rl chosen as
Last year's
rson, who la-
mi Beach, will
ser.
on, dean ef
persity, will be
and read the
Rtogan is chair-
! and Mrs. Erwm
tan. Mrs: Mar-
at. Mrs. Jerome
chairman. Mrs.
, program book
Eugene Brams,
and Mrs. Mari-
lyn Rudensky are special gifts
; chairmen.
Mrs. Kogan will commentate the
I campus and glamor fashions. Mrs.
Stephen Carner and Mrs^. Joseph
Friedman, alumnae members, will
model sweaters in an interpretive
modern dance. Models are:
Shelly Charles, Chi Omega; El-
len Corn, Sigma Delta Tau; Rubye
Davis, Delta Delta Delta; Roberta
Briedland, Phi Sigma Sigma;
Carrie Husted. Delta Gamma;
Sheila Kaplan, Alpha Epsilion Phi;
Shirley Nickoden, Alpha Delta Pi;
Claire Petersen, Delta Zeta; Joann
Pflug, Kappa Kappa Gamma;
Phyl Queen, Alpha Chi Omega;
Joann Strag, Zeta Tau Alpha;
Vara Viccllio, Sigma Kappa; Lin-
da Zoberg, Delta Phi Epsilion.
Grants
rians are among
Bk were award-
Heart Assn. oil
their research
. They are Dr.
president of
and director of
at the UWversi-
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UU assist
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Aviva and Menorah groups of Hadassah joint-
ly celebrate the 25th anniversary of Youth
Ahyah at a Nov. 9 pledge luncheon at Miami
Springs Vilas. Left to right are Mesdames Jack
Schenkman, Edward Cohen, Homer Rievman,
Abraham Eisenman and Milton Sirkin, co-
chairmen, Dorothy Krieger Fink, guest speak-
er, and Allen Greenberg. Some 350 women at-
tended.
No idle chatter as Mrs. Harold Spaet (right) entertained Wed-
nesday at her home on W. Rivo Aho Island. Mrs. Spaet,
division coordinator in the Good Neighbor Division of the
United Fund, is busy setting up plans for the Jan. 10 Good
Neighbor drive. Mrs. James S. Rowlings (left) is a regional
chairman at Miami Beach. Some 700 workers are needed
for the Miami Beach territory, largest division of the entire
Good Neighbor drive.
Holiday Done* Chairmen
Walter Feltman and Mrs. Jack
'Amazon have been appointed co-
chairmen of the Miami YMHA's
sixth annual holiday dance sched-
uled for Saturday evening, Nov. 28,
at 450 SW 16th ave.
Phil Kent and his seven-piece
Society Orchestra will provide the
music by a grant from the trust
funds of the Recording Industries.
Members of the committee in
elude Leo Scherker, Dr. Max Ten
drich, Judge Mitchell Goldman,
Hyman Kam, Henry Garison, Mrs.
Herschel Rosenthal, Mrs. Irving
Shapiro, Marshall Feuer, Ted Lo-
maskin, Mrs. Arthur Stein, Barrett
Silk and Mrs. Sanford Kramer.
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Varied Functions
Chai chapter of B'nai B'rith
Women will hold a "Red Ribbon
on White Horse" book review and
brunch Sunday, 11:30 a.m., at the
Deauville hotel.
e *
Miami Beach Council of B'nai
B'rith Women will hold a board
meeting Monday evening at the
Deauville.
*
Harmony chapter meeting is
scheduled Tuesday evening at the
Deauville. Chairman will be Mrs.
Irving Solomon.
* e *
Menorah chapter will hold a
board meeting at 10 a.m. and a
regular meeting at 1 p.m. on Tues-
day. A card party Tuesday eve-
ning will feature the film, "Mine
Eyes Have Seen." All will be at
the Saxony hotel.
YOUR
MONEYS
WORTH
WASHINGTON
FEDERAL
Miami Beach
JoGUST BROS iiu
m
Miamian Named
To Honor Group
Charlotte Fried, R.D.H., has re-
ceived an invitation to member-
ship from Sigma Phi Alpha, Alpha
chapter of Northwestern Univer-
sity Dental School.
Sigma Phi Alpha is the newly-
organized national dental hygiene
honor society. Based on scholar-
ship, service and character, Miss
Fried was selected from the grad-
uating class of 1954.
Membership certificate and key
pin will be presented to Miss
Fried, in absentia, at an award
luncheon Feb. 7, 1960 in Chicago.
Hadassah Chicken Dinner
Chaim Weizmann group of Ha-
dassah will have a chicken dinner
I at the Miami Pioneer Club on Sun-
Iday at 6 p.m. Entertainment will
! feature a musical revue directed
by Mrs. R. F. Grimm. Mrs. Harvey
Cypress is chairman.
Proceeds for Piano
Sisterhood of Beth Israel Con-
gregation is sponsoring a card
party and social on Monday eve-
ning. Mrs. George Hechter, presi-
dent, said that proceeds are for
the purchase of a piano for the so-
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Friday. November 20,
Iru-un Flonduin ExcUuivc
Marriage Counselor
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Miami's Natwnallt Famou. Mariliace Authowtt. Lecturer and Author
Y
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Israel Law School Dean to Speak Here
Dr. Avigdor V- L*.vo,r*Un, dean will be guest of honor*.) 1Jfl
pi Q>e, law ieh<* ."UHf|w Uni- tion Monday tvenin3-i**jTj|
vt ;- I I Friday, November 20, 1969
rently vi&iting the United States
will snea* at a young 'executives
gathering Monday noon it the Mc-
Allister-hotel. '--- .-.-.--->
The luncheon event Is the first
in a series of forums sponsored by
I the young executives of the Great-
Jewish Floridien marriage coomelor Samuel G. Kling
it on vacation. Rabbi Yeakov G. Rosenber. spiritual Useder
of Beth David Congn^ation, is Mr. Minos invid overt
columnist this weak.
By RABBI YAAKOV G. ROSENBERG
"Religion inhibits." "Traditional Judaism is old
fashioned." "Conditions are different today."
These are a few examples of the many state-
ments, pronouncements and crticisms voiced by so
many Jewish laymen. All that they succeed in doing
is illustrating to what degree their opinions and
ideas have no foundations whatsoever in actual
knowledge of what Judaism teaches.
The Jewish concept of marriage and its teach-
ings about the role of sex in married life, the parent-
child relationshp and other related aspects offer us
excellent examples of how the religious teachings of
Judaism do not inhibit but rather expand the individ-
ual's greater freedom of action and enjoyment based
upon a mature understandings of the instincts and
innate drives of human beings. Instead of Judaism
being "old fashioned" and "outmoded," it is in-
deed most modern in recognizing the basic need
for a wholesome relationship between husband and
.11 give eloquent testimony that they bless and thank |er Miami Jewi.hredw.Uon to .c-
God^WhTsanctifiest Thy People Israel by coase-, oua.nt ^hem ^with ^-.1.
^ A woma'n0 w.s not the only one taught that hers Dr. Levontin i a naUve born
was an obligation to become an "Aysbes Chayil, a
"Woman of Valor." but the husbands were also
taught the importance of giving love and affection,
kindness and understanding prior to doing and
after fulfilling the obvious responsibilities of pro-
viding food, clothing and shelter.
Marriage in Judaism has never been conceived
of in terms of a 'fifty fifty'- proposition. This would |'.
mean that each mate was putting only half of him-
self into a mariage. A successful and meaningful
marriage, however, requires the involvement of the
husband and wife in their totalitytheir hearts and
minds, their ideas and emotions.
The sages indicate that a name for God is j
shared between the two Hebrew words for man and
woman. Each must contribute all of himself. Then
and only then can they together spell out Godliness
in Ujeir lives as husband and wife.
Individuals Out of Families
It is no mere accident that the early chapters
ol the Torah. which deal with the begining of human
Friend, of the Hebrew uSfe
The Teception w ill he held at t
at the Lucerne hotel.
p.n.
wife, not only in the realms of religion and family-""life, as well as the begining of the Jewish people,
but also in terms of the physical aspects of marriage.
How pleasantly surprised I was when prior to
my own wedding, my father of blessed memory, pre-
sented me with a Hebrew marriage manual called
"Chupat Chatanim""The Groom's Canopy." This
volume, based on the teachings of Judaism as found
in the Bible and in the Talmud, presents as "mod-
ern"' an approach to marriage as the latest marriage
manual, authored by the most competent and most
liberal physician or marriage counselor.
An Act of Sanctification
Realizing that I canot exhaust this subject with-
in the limited space afforded me in this column, let
me indicate but a few other concepts and attitudes
towards marriage which are expounded by Judaism.
Judaism teaches that marriage, the union of a
man and woman as husband and wife, is not a sur-
render to the base and less noble instincts of man
but is rather an act of Kidushinan act of sanc:iii
cation. Marriage, from a Jewish point of view, thus
becomes a public declaration that a given man and
woman, grateful for Divinely-endowed drives, mind-
ful of a Divinely-inspired sense of privilege and re-
sponsibility, pledge themselves to a concept of mar-
riage in which their respect and affection for each
other, the spirit and atmosphere of their home, the
relationship to their own parents and children would
concern themselves with the lives not of individuals,
but of family unitsAdam and Eve, Abraham and
Sarah, Isaac and Rebecca, Jacob and Rachel and
Leah. Only as a result of a wholesome and mature
family unit can we then be blessed with individuals
who become leaders of society. Thus, following the
Biblical account of the patriarchs and matriarchs,
do we then begin the era of individuals Joseph,
Moses, Judges, Prophets.
I trust that this brief sampling of some of the
Jewish concepts as related to marriage and family
suffice to arouse the readers desire to taste more of
that which Judaism has to offer in this realm. How
manifold shall be our blessings when we can com- security and world government,
bine the insights of Judaism with the theories of
modern marriage disciplines.
In closing, may I refer to a new volume by
Twayne Publishers. ".Marriage and Family LifeA
Jewish View." This volume was edited by Rabbi
Abraham B. Shoulson, with contributions from 29
other rabbis.
A knowledge of these Jewish precepts will help
II M strengthen marriage and the family among our
peBple |p that once again husbands and wfVM mav
spell the name of God in their lives, and parents and Brovvn Pre in ISA anSribe Bran-
children shall again walk hand in-hand. <"'* Research Fajov. -hj| at Har-
i vard in 1949
Ml. KBng it cvailabl* for private morrioae counseling
t the Nunt/'ngtoii Medical hldq., in Miami
Israeli who has written extensively
on the subjects of international
On. of the your.jest senior
members of the Hebrew Univer-
sity faculty, he is a native-born
Israeli, whoa, grandfather cm*
to Palestine in 1882. Ha was bom
in T.I Aviv in 1922.
At Harvard Lav School, he re-
ceived his Mister's and Doctor-
ate degrees. He won the Addix>n
North Shore Ladies Meet
He is author of "The Myth of In
. tertiati.inal Security" and other
books on world government. Last
year, be met with deans of leading
American law schools on the oc-
rasfon of his visit hire.
Kenneth M. Myers is chairman
North Shore Jewish Center Sis-
terhood met Wednesday evening
at the Carillon hotel, with Mr-. Al>of .the Monday affair, and Freder
Mechlowitz presiding. Participat- ick_Seher ij in charge "of the lun-
inf in a Jewish Book Month pro- iheon.-Voarig executives are head-
gram were Mrs. Robert Bloch. ed up-.'br en ciuirmcn Allen Freeh-
Ray Hone, Mrs. Maurice line and William Gla
Levontin
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\Protestants Condemn Suez Blockade
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WASHINGTON-(JTA)A lead-
ling Prote*Unt weekly, "The Chris-
tian Century." condemns in its
current issue the United Arab Re-
public's anti-Israel blockade of
the Suez Canal and calls on the
United Nations 10 take "firm and
immediate steps" to upheld- '14
reel's right to free passage
through the Canal.
r
Attacking the Arab position ex
pressed at the United Nations, the
Christian Cft\iry says opposition
to Israeli shipping rights was "a
dubious rallying point for Arab
unity." Jordan's attitude was sin-
gled out for criticism and termed
a result of a Jordanian-UAR rec-
onciliation.
The Christian Century said:
"Such defiance wins no friends
and does nothing but harm to legi-
timate Arab aims, such as secur-
ing international help for the Mos-
lems of Algeria or developing
Middle Eastern resources."
It emphasized that "the blockade
of the Suez Canal to Israeli ships
is a violation of international com-
pacts, to which Egypt is a signa-
tory and whfjft the""pfU!P!it gov-
ernment has acknowledged are
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Friday Services Here to Take Note
Of Rehabilitation Through Training
Special ORT Sabbath services
will be held Friday in honor of the
global vocational rehabilitation ac
tivities of the Organization for Re-
habilitation ihroueJi Training
Chapters of the Southeastern Flor-
ida region will attend the follow-
ing temples:
Greater Miami Temple
Emanu-El, 1701 Washington ave.
Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual lead-
er, will pay special tribute to the
work of ORT. Mrs. Irving Tillis.
president of the chapter, will
speak.
Miami Beach Temple Ner
Tamid, 80th st. and Carlyle ave.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz will Jcad
the services. Cantor Samuel Gom-
berg will assist. Mrs. Jacob Glass-
man, president, will speak.
South Miami Temple Beth
Tamara Mizraclti
(ntsalls Officers
Some 200 members and their
friends attended the installation of
officers of the Tamara group of
Mizrachi Women Saturday night
at the Singapore hotel.
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. of the
Israelite Center, installed the fol-
lowing officers:
President, Mrs. Irving Shalom; .
first vice president, Mrs. Sam Her-1
man: second vice president, Mrs.'
Morris Dubler; third vice presi-!
dent, Mrs. Elias Rosch; financial'
secretary. Mrs. Sidney Margulies.>
Board of directors are Mesdames
Hilda Brafman. Adolph Blank,
Morris Bienenfeld. Louis Cohen,!
Jack Fox. Alexander Gross, Harry
Groudan. Milton Koch, Max K.m
mel, Lillie Laster, Louis Makov
sky, Lillian Nochim. Joseph C.
Rosch, Morris Rudley, Phillip i
Schreiber, Isidor Spolter, Joseph I
Schreibman, Max Sternstein, Ann i
Tannen, Israel Teitch. Charles
Turk. Louis Weisberg, Joseph Zol-
ian. Ann Zittcr.
Next meeting of the Tamara
ruiip is Tuesday evening at the
Raleigh hotel.
| Am, 5950 N. Kendall dr. Rabbi Her-
bert Baumgard will lead the scr
vices. Mrs. David Jordan, educa-
I tion chairman, will talk. ,-Mrs Ern-
est Sunen is in charge of arrange-
ment for the Oneg Shabbat.
North Dad* Rabbi Max Lip
schi'r, of Monticello Park Jewish
Center, 1060 NE 164th st.. will hon
or ORT in his sermon with the aid
of Cantor Ben -Zion Kirschcnbaum.
Mrs. Herbert Silverman. educa
tion chairman, will act as hOftttS.
and Mrs. Norman Morgenstern,
president, will speak.
Coral Gables Rabbi Samuel
April and Coral Way Jewish Cen-
ter will honor ORT at the Ever-
silade-; Elementary School, 8375
S\V 16!h st. Mrs. Sheldon Kay will
speak.
Also observing ORT Sabbath will
be members of more than 200
other Orthodox, Conservative and
Reform synagogues throughout
the country. Celebrated annually,
the purpose of the Sabbath is "to
give to the 50,000 members of
Women's American ORT the op-
portunity to join with their fellow
Jews in giving thanks for the
thousands of Jewish lives that
have been saved by rehabilitation
ttirough ORT training. Mrs. Es-
telle Tischler is president of the
region.
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Informallon received V
deadline w,u be held 4
only at the d.scretic* J
Newsroom.
Conducting their own "ribbon-cutting" ceremonies for the
opening of the National Council of Jewish Women's new Thrift
Shop are Geft to right) fife Samuel Gertman, president of
NCJW; Mrs. William Brenner, ways and means vice presi-
dent; and Mrs. Edwin Oppenheim, chairman of the Thrift Shop.
Club to Mark
llth Birttiday
Golda Meir Club of Pioneer Wo-
men will meet Tuesday afternoon j
at Beth El Auditorium. Mrs. Shu
ley Queen will preside.
The club will mark its llth birth
day. It was formed in November.
1948. with Mrs. Isaac Pushkin as
its first president.
Mrs. Pushk/n, current cultural
chairman, will schedule the after-
noon's program, which begins at
1 p.m. Social hour will follow, with
Mrs. Sam Osipoff as chairman.
Council Opens
New Thrift Shop
National Council of Jewish Wo-
men has opened a second Thrift
Shop at 1203 NW 54th St.
The shop, like Council's shop at
517 N. Miami Ave., specializes in
merchandise, slightly used but in
excellent condition, contributed by
Council members.
Open to the public, both shops
feature clothing for the whole fam-
ily. There are also many function-
al and decorative items for the
home, including electrical appli-
ances, glasses, dishes, and books,
as well as toys and sport equip-
ment.
Although prices are extremely
low, the stock available is so ex-
tensive that proceeds from the two
Thrift Shops help to finance Coun-
cil'- local community services.
BB Chapters Plan AHahs
Temple Judea Women's Lunch
PTA of Temple Judea has com-
pleted plans for a membership
luncheon Tuesday noon st the
Temple. Rabbi Morris Skop will
review Herman Wouk's latest
book, "This is My Ood." Board
members are preparing the cov-
ered dish luncheon with Mrs.
Manuel Serkin, membership chair-
man, in charge of arrangements.
Mrs. George Balber is program
chairman.
Home Auxilior
To Honor Ji
Greater Miami Womei'i",
lary, Jewish Home for tie,
will hold i!. monthly
Tuesday with a luncheon
Algiers hotel honoring JuWf
ing Cypen. president of t!*r
Mrs. Sol Silverman,
president, will welcome
and guests. Arthur ISm
ant executive director.1 m
on admissions, policies utm
ures, followed by a questa]
answer period.
Mrs. Louis Makovsky.
chairman, will present
Pardo, local attorney, in i
of musical selections, w
nied by Olga Bibor Sltaul
piano.
Arab Propaganda Discussed
"Arab Propaganda" was the
topic discussed by Arthur Spie-
gel for his talk before the Miami
Beach Zionist District at the Di
Lido hotel on Thursday evening.
Spiegel is assistant director of the
Florida office of the Anti-Defama-
tion League. Program also fea-
tured the showing of the latest
Israeli film. "The Wilderness of
Zion." In charge of the program
Miami chapter of B'nai B'rith was lier^rt L. Heiken, with
Women is planning a lunch, game ^ommun,,v sin8'n8 conducted by
and card party for Tuesday noon Jj* Pardo Albcrt E S8'P is Pres-
at the Masonic Hall, 41 Valencia, ldent "* the Beach Dl'trict.
Coral Gables. In charge of reser-
vations are Mrs. A. Bellinkoff and ..
Mrs. L. Diamond.
Chapter Names
Board Members)
Greater Miami chapter i\
National Multiple Sclerous!
inaugurated the 195940 seta]
a meeting at the Dupom 1
tel last week.
Named to the group's I
directors were Seymour I
chairman; Robert Wexkr,
vice chairman; Woody
second vice chairman; W.
Scott, treasurer; and Mrs.,
Drasner, secretary.
Also named were Mrs.
Freedman, Ned Powers,
Edith Rei-er, Mrs. GussieS
Miss Evelyn C. SenUnee.
^Stein. Mrs. Mary Stern, oil
Nadine Winters.
Gilbert Balkin chapter of B'nai
B'nth Women will present its third
annual Starlight Ball on Saturday,
Nov. 28, at the Sea Isle hotel.
Left to right are Mrs. Emanuel Karger, Mizrachi Women's na-
tional representative; Mrs. Irving Shalom, newly-installed
president, accepting gavel from Mrs. Israel Teitch, retiring
president; and Rabbi Morton Malavsky, installing officer and
guest speaker at the Tamara chapter installation Saturday
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. Miami's JWB Armed Services committee entertains
itead Air Force Base servicemen at breakfast and swim
Bn the Seville hotel. Shown with Maj. David Rinzler
[are Rabbi Leon Kronish, Temple Beth Sholom; Mrs.
kl Oritt, hostess of the breakfast; Mrs. Louis Glasser,
fcan of the JWB.committee.
achf Reelects Mrs. Dyckman
UTIC CITY, N. J. Mrs.
)yckman, of New York
unanimously reelected
president of the Mizrachi
Organization of America,
|:. t annual national con-
lof the women's religious-
[ organization came to a
re.
^tes representing 5 0,000
nrinonaUy also voted a
(SI.200,000for social serv-
jtiujial education and child
(im nrefls m Ysrael, elected
Mate of national officers,
Jsidered long-range Zionist
the conference, which
Ithe observance of the cen-
Df Theodor Herzl's birth.
our-day conference devot-
|ial attention to problems
in the Middle East, edu-
and of the relationship be-
he Jews of Israel and of
Ipora.
(presidential report to the
l session of the convention,
to "patterns for peace,"
yckman underscored the
cleave to traditional prin-
Torah in the age of the

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tinental ballistic MtsttSAUl '
Sharing the platform with Mrs.
Dyckman, Col. Naohman Kami,
first secretary of the Permanent
Mission of Israel to the UN, reit-
erated his government's' readiness
to sit down at the conference ta-
ble with the Arab nations.
"But," he told his audience,
"while, in the entire world there
is an unfreezing of enmity, in di-
rect contrast to the general im-
provement, the Arab nations con-
tinue in their hostility towards Is-
rael, in an unremitting program
of boycott and blockade, and in ex-
pressed statements even in the
halls of the United Nations, of the
Arrb intention of wiping out Is-
rael by force of arms."
Mrs. Avraham Harman, wife of
Israel's Ambassador, speaking of
long-range problems in social wel-
fare in Israel at a "Patterns for
Service" session, told delegates
that "one of the difficulties in the
development of social welfare, ed-
ucational and child-care programs
in Israel is a certain measure of
fragmentation and lack of coordi-
nation."
At the final public session of the
convention, Kabbi Irving Miller,
chairman of the American Zionist
Council, called for an end to the
"futile discussion of Israel and the
diaspora."
Defining the task of Zionism as
"the reestablishment of a Jewish
way of life," he told the Herzl
Centenary Session that "Zionism is

Senior Citizens
Programs Take
Sharp Rise Here
Group activities for senior citi-
zens have taken a sharp rise in
the last month at all branches of
'th munity Center, it was reported by
Charles Plotkin. director of the
, senior citizens department.
The latest development Is the
formation of a new club at the
Southwest YMHA Branch at 7215
I Coral Way. Forty men and wom-
en, 55 and older, are now assoria-
t ted with this group which meets
! regularly eaih Wednesday after-
noon at 2:30 p.m.
The recently-organized club at
the North County YMHA, 14036
NE fith ave., is planning a "Mad
Hatter'*" party in celebration of
Thanksgiving, and meetings are
conducted every Tuesday night
at 7:30 p.m. A new feature of the)
program conducted for the Cold-
den'Age Friendship Club at the
Miami Beach YMHA i* folk and
square dancing, which is being
taught b y professional staff
worker Robert Chazin. Activities
are conducted at 1536 Bay rd.
The most fully-developed pro-
gram, with activities every day of I
the week, is at the Miami YMHA
Branch at 450 SW 16th ave., in the
form of a Senior Citizens Social
Center. The program at this
branch is 12 years old and now in-
cludes such activities as friend-
ship club and board meetings, folk
and square dancing, ceramics,
arts and crafts, English instruc-
tion, choral group, dramatics,
sewing and others.
More than 350 senior citizens are
presently served in the Greater
Miami Jewish Community Center's
county-wide program.

Welcoming senior citizens to the new Southwest YMHA
Friendship Club are (left to right) Mrs. Mary Schweitzer, Sam-
uel Milner, Mrs. Sarah Moses, and Joseph Beckerman. The
club meets on Wednesday afternoons, 2:30 p.m., at 7215 Coral
Way. Men and women, 55 years of age or older, are invited
to participate.
Women's Division Membership Up
>
Mrs. Lazere to be Guest
Albert Einstein group of Hadas-
sah will hold its second annual
Youth Aliyah brunch and fashion
show Monday, 11 a.m., at the
Americana hotel. Mrs. Haskell La-
zere, of the Women's Division of
Israel Bonds, will be honored
guest.
'return* in every sensereturn to
national consciousness, return to
historic roots, return to spiritual
and cultural values, return to a
people's language and literature,
return to the Land."
Mrs. David Muskat, president of
the Florida Women's Division, an-
nounced at a paid-up membership
tea at the Eden Roc hotel this
week that "the women's chapters
cf the American Jewish Congress
have shown a steady growth in ac-
tive membership."
New members announced at the
membership tea numbered over
150. Largest gains noted were in
the Coral Gables and No. Miami
Beach areas.
Featured at the tea were Israel
Consul Moshe Leshem and Rabti
Yaakov Rosenberg, president o!
the South Florida AJCongress
Council. Chairman was Mrs. Anna
Brenner Meyers, a national vice
president of the organization.
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Mrs. David Vender's family
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Friday, Noven^ ,
Halperns Will
Live on Beach
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Halpern
will make their future home at
1611 West ave., Miami Beach, fol-
lowing a honeymoon in Jamaica.
" The former Miss Ronnie Maxine
Sturm, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Sturm, 275 North Coconut
In., Palm Island, and Howard Hal-
pern, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Halpern, 935 8th St., Miami Beach,
were united in marriage by Rabbi
Irving Lehrman at the Deauville
hotel on Saturday, Nov. 21, at 8:30
p.m.
A reception and dinner for 400
friends and relatives followed the
ceremony in the Deauville's Na-
poleon room.
The bride wore an Italian silk
peau de soie bridal gown etched
with cutouts of hand-clipped chan-
tilly lace. Handmade lace roses
adorned an enormous back pouf,
which was followed by a cathed-
ral-length train. She carried a cas-
cade bouquet of three white or-
chids and stephanotis.
Mrs. Marilyn Rolnick was ma-
tron of honor, and Miss Renee
Halpern was the maid of honor.
The bride's brother, Dennis
Sturm, was best man.
Ushers included Henry Gher-
man. Stuart Rapee. Marty Rol-
nick, Herb Rosenberg. Hank
Sen mere. Joel Socolsky, Larry
Weiner and Maurice Wesson.
The couple both graduated from
Miami Beach High, and are at-
tending the University of Miami.
Mr. Halpern is a member of Tau
Delta Phi and past president of
Mu Beta Chi.
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Exhibit at Art Center
Israelite Center
To Honor Cantor
Dinner will be given by the Bi
kur Cholim of the Israelite Center
on Sunday, 5 p.m., in honor of Can-
tor and Mrs. Louis Cohen.
Cantor Cohen assumed his du-
ties at the Israelite Center in Sep-
tember.
Cantor Cohen has served numer-
ous congregations in the past in
Brooklyn, Long Island, and locally
at Monticello Park Jewish Center.
Cantor and Mrs. Cohen are the
parents of Cantor Lawrence Av-
ery. of the Beth-El Temple, New
Rochelle, N. Y.
The fall season of events ar-
ranged at the Miami Beach Art
Center, 2100 Collins ave., includes
an exhibit of oils and gouaches by
Roy O. Burke, former Miamian
who is now serving as instructor
in advanced painting and design
at the University of Northern Illi-
nois; a section of watercolors by
J Lisl Beer, widely-traveled Miami
| artist; and a sectional showing by
members of the Miami Beach Art
Club, a recently founded working
group. Opening to the public on
Monday, these exhibits will re-
main on view through Dec. 9.
Galper, Shapro
Exchange Vows
Barbara Janet Shapro became
Mrs. Howard D. Galper in noon
ceremonies Sunday, Nov. 15, at
the Algiers hotel. Rabbi Joseph
.Viroi officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs George E. Shapro, 214
W. San Marino dr.. Miami Beach.
The groom's parents arc the Jack
Galpers, Chicago, 111.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Hy
Borax, aunt of the bride. Ushers
included Jim Shapro, the bride's
brother, David Kahn. Larry Her-
melee, Bruce Hermelee and Jim
Borax.
The bride chose a full aisle-wide
white antique satin gown, featur-
ing a reembroidercd alencon laee
bodice. The crown was of the
same lace, with a teed pearl veil.
The bridal bouquet included white
orchids and lilies-ofthe-valley on
her grandmother's white Bible.
Nrwlywed Mrs. Galper is a
graduate of the University of Mi-
ami school of music, where she
belonged to Sigma Alpha Iota mu>
sic honorary and Alpha Epsilon|
Phi sorority. She is a music con-j
sultant at North Miami Beach(
Elementary and Bay Harbor
schools.
The groom is a graduate of Yale
College and Yale Law School, and
now practices in Chicago. He
served with the U. S. Navy.
Following a honeymoon in Ja-
maica, the couple will be at home
at 5511 W. Washington bldg, Chi-
cago
Medical Center Affair
Greater Miami Auxiliary of the
American Medical Center at Den-
ver held a membership affair Sun-
day evening at the Seville hotel.
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Blonde Lillian Wolf, who has
been raising thousands of dollars
for her favorite charities, is now
turning her tal-
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few pesos for
herself.
She's chosen
insurance as her
new career,
which is natu-
ral, since she ab-
sorbed plenty of
insurance expe-
rience during
ULUAN her married life
to insurance executive Ben Wolf.
They are divorced now, but Ben
is one of Lillian's biggest boosters.
Lillian is the daughter of the
late Sam Engel, Wall Street brok-
er, and wintered in Miami Beach
annually long before she took up
residence here 16 years ago. With
her two daughters raised. Lillian
"went back to school" and has juft
successfully passed her state in-
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Line" feature.
Orah Chapter Aieeting
Orah chapter of Mizrachi Wom-
en's Organization was to hold a
membership tea at the Nautilus
hotel Thursday at 8 p.m. Guest
speaker was to be Rabbi Morns
L. Horovitz.
Elevator Will
Be Dedicated
Forty-Nlners of Temple Emanu
El, the congregation's dub for
senior citizens, will hold an "ele-
vator dedication" dinner Sunday
evening In Sirkin Hall, according
to Mrs. Isidor Newman, president.
The elevator, which carries con-
gregants to the second and third
floors of the Temple building for
attendance at social functions and
meetings In Sirkin Hall, was in-
stalled and paid for by the Forty-
Niners and it vyill be officially
dedicated at the dinner.
Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader of the congregation, will he
guest speaker, and Judge Milton
Feller will act as master of cere-
monies. Greetings will be extended
by George J. Talianoff.
Branner, Rubin
Eye Decemb^
Miss Susan Branner and h.
Rubin have set their marri,^
for December marn8i
Their engagement is ,,
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ga ave.. Coral Gables
the bride-to-be.
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the University of Miami. Hf i
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Scottish Rite, Shrioer ana1
B'rith Lodge.
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)ARS of Lebanon Hospital
nd Auxiliary held their In-
ral Ball and dinner Saturday
at the Everglades hotel,
unodoubtedly marked the
knmg of the social season,
[the crowd numbering some
i persons, and women guests
tifully gowned, jeweled and
s. Nathaniel Levin, presi-
of the Auxiliary, welcomed
i:ruup in a cherry red silk
*hwP formal. It was a
'i .^gat/yfUl a drape in the
thaT was caught to one side
! modified poof. Her neckline
\ rounded, her shoes were a
satin'brocade in gold, and
vore white gloves.
Irwin Perlmutter was in
I silk-satin brocade. Her gown
bred a fitted mid-section with
Diible V drape effect begin-
in the center of the waist-
land draping over the hips,
(skirt was a tight sheath with
I for walking, and the bodice
alcd the V with the neckline
Jlclage.
a floor-iengtn formal was
Ira Mogul, who selected
r-bluo satin for the evening.
| gown bad triple asymetrical
ting from the bodice to the
line that was accented with
thing blue appliqued flowers.
satin shoes were dyed to
ch and she also wore a long
fox stole.
hchairmen of (he ball were
AronoviU, whom we spotted
he dance floor with his wife
lied in pink, .and Sam Luby.
Luby chose a black silk
(fin short formal that she had
in Honfrtong. The entire
was hand done in small in-
itr pleats, and the skirt fea-
ilic pleats draped diagon-
|t>ne side over the other. Mrs.
explained that she just
U' had to learn to speak Chi-
nese in order to make the cou-
turier understand what she
wanted. Her shoes were hand-
made and embroidered with
black jet beads on the toe and
heel.

A MOTHER of Miami's women
** who have found the fabrics
from Hong Kong very exciting is
Mrs. William D. Singer. She also
had her ensemble executed in
Hong Kong, and designed it her-
self as she does many of her
clothes. Her coat and dress were
in a silk satin fabric that was an
unusual iridescent blue black.
The coat was lined in white sa-
tin and was reversfble, and fea-
tured an oversized circular semi-
draped collar. The dress was em-
broidered on Hhe "bodice with sil-
ver-lined bugle beads, and the
skirt had a floral pattern wov-
en into the fabric as a damask,
but only in a few places.
Her shoes were made of the
same fabric, her beaded white
satin handbag was from Paris,
and her long white gloves were
seamed on the outside with
rhinestones.
Mrs. George Lister chose a sky
blue lace with huge lantern
sleeves, and a matching blue
satin cumerbund. Another floor-
length formal was worn by Mrs.
Simon Herman. Her gown was
with tiered pleats from the bodice
with tired pleats from the bodice
to the floor. A center narrow
panel cascaded down the front
of the gown and had a fringe
trim. The gown featured its own
matching stole and was designed
by Werle, who creates Loretta
Young's wardrobe.
Wife of the president of Jordan
^J^istincrian^r
Marsh, Mrs. Robert Mache, se-
eded a porcelain blue chantilly
lace over iced-blue silk satin
Her bodice was fitted, and the
skirt was semi-bell-shaped, end
ing with the lace scallops ovei
the satin, and caught with smal
bows At the same table was
Mrs. Frank Cole in a white silk
satin brocade in gold and with
matching geld shoes.

lulRS. Sidney Aronovitz chosi
tones and shades of brown
Her reembroidered chantilly lace
gown was in cafe au lait over
champagne-colored satin. Thi
neckline in front was high an<
demure, but plunged to very lov
back decollectage. Her homo-pas
tel mink stole blended beautiful
ly, and her darker shade o
brown in the beaded handba
was a deep accent.
Wife of the president of th<
hospital, Mrs. Morton Halpern
was in a muted blue peau de soi
with a draped tulip skirt. He
gown was strapless, and sh
wore a matching rose at he
waist. Mrs. Sam Luby, jr., se
Iected a cerise peau de soie witl
the draped harem hemline an:
flowers in the back.
Mrs. Nat Strauss chose a the
atre ensemble of iridescent greer
silk brocaded with a deeper
shade of raw silk. Her paraso'
sleeves were pleated at the shout
der seams, and her self belt Ml
extremely wide.
Mrs. Hershel Leschel wore s
white matted jersey draped in
the Grecian styling. In black wa.
Mrs. Milton Friedman. Her bod
ice was a wool knit lace, with a
black satin bell-shaped skirt.
In jade green was Mrs. Wil
liam Wickman. Her satin gown
was topped with a palamino
mink from Copenhagen. Black
chantilly lace was chosen by Mrs.
Benjamin Oren, her gown featur-
ing a bateau neckline and long
sleeves.

THE Albert Einstein chapter of
Hadassah will see a collec-
tion of Originals by Francee on
Monday in the Bal Masque room
of the Americana hotel. Coiffures
will be created by Mr. Post, of
Flair Beauty Salon, and furs will
be from the Adrian Thai collec-
tion. Your columnist will coordi-
nate and commentate the fash-
ion show.
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DAY WORKERS
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Autograph Party Monday, Tuesday
Abdul Haddad, noted Miami pho-
tographer and author of a new
volume of poetry, "City of Bronze,"
will be at Jordan Marsh on Mon-
day and Tuesday autographing the
current Exposition Press release.
Haddad is the author of several
other volumes, which he has writ-
ten during his varied journalism
and photographic careers.
In Miami, he heads up the House
of Haddad, portrait photographers.
Mrs. Emanuel Greenberg is
district director of the North
Bay Island area of the Uni-
ted Fund's "Good Neighbor
Division, and with other
workers at Miami Beach is
recruiting captains and vol-
unteers to cover a neighbor-
hood' block in the Jan. 10
Good Neighbor drive. Volun-
teers for the United Fund are
desperately needed
Human Relations
Rally Held Here
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers pre-
sided at a county-wide women's
rally for better human relations
which was held at the Everglades
hotel.
Speaker for the occasion was
James McBride Dabbs, Maysville,
S.C., president of the Southern
Regional Council, author of the re-
cent book "The Southern Heri-
tage."
Dabbs spoke on "Our South-
ern Heritage With Focus on
Youth."
Assisting Mrs. Meyers in ar-
rangements for the occasion were
Mrs. L. J. McCaffrey and Mrs.
Charles Enterline, co-chairmen;
Mrs. Aaron Farr, Mrs. Millicent
Brass Pelle, Mrs. Sydney Wein-
traub, Mrs. Ray Pearson, Mrs.
Carlton Piel, jr., and Mrs. James
Ekonomou.
Sisterhood Women
In National Confab
A doubling of the numerical
growth in membership and chap-
ters o* the National Federation of
Temple Sisterhoods over the past
two decades was reported here
his week by the president of the
irganiration, Mrs. Henry Monsky,
if Los Angeles, Calif.
Addressing sessions of one of
he largest women's organizations
n the world, Mrs. Monsky pointed
>ut that, "in the year 1921 there
vere 32,000 women in 223 sister-
loods and today, nearly two dec-
ides later, there are more than
00,000 members and 560 sister-
oods."
The National Federation of Tern-
>le Sisterhoods held its 22nd bien-
ial assembly this week at the
-den Roc hotel. Joint meetings
vith the parent body, the Union of
Vmerican Hebrew Congregations,
vere also under way at the Fon-
ainebleau hotel.
Mrs Monsky delivered a report
o the delegates- on the accomplish-
nents of the past year and then
utlined the new projects that the
VFTS and the UAHC will be devel-
>ping in the near future.
Mrs. Monsky said, "our frontier
s not only the building of spiritual
irmor but also the construction of
acilities for youth and adults, for
students and scholars, for new
.ongregations and new sisterhoods,
or all the men, women and chil-
dren in our rapidly expanding Re-
form Judaism."
Miss Jane Evans, executive di-
rector of NFTS, in her report said
that "the importance of Sisterhood
life in the complex of a civiliza-
tion in crisis should not be under-
estimated. Through Sisterhood we
can indeed enlarge our horizons
of service to Jewish and humani-
tarian causes."
Mrs. Alan S. Green, of Shaker
Heights, O., led a discussion group
which considered the question,
"The Idea of GodHow Do Wom-
en Teach the Idea of God to Chil-
dren and in Their Homes?" An-
other group discussed the same
topic with Mrs. Herbert M. Baum-
gard, of Miami, acting as chair-
man.
Co-chairmen of the biennial pro-
gram committee were Mrs. Leroy
Glauber, Rockville Center, N.Y.,
and Mrs. Green. Mrs. Leopold L.
Schwartz, Miami Beach, served as
chairman of the committee on ar-
rangements.
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Several Hundred to Attend Farewell
Dinner for Federation's Executive Head
Several hundred e
ers vh.
With Df Bin B R
will attftad e-farew .1 dtBMC
reception in his honor oa Tuet
ev nin.a in the A'umbra room Hi
the Seville hot*!
On Ivuul to pay tribute to the
f v headed
up Miami "s Federation for
will be ra^resen-
100 welfare and icn
ganizaiion*.
Federation president 5am J7
He man has announced that Reb-
bi Loon Kronish. of Temple Both
Sholom, and Dr. Irvir.j Lehr-
man, spiritual toador of Tomplo
Emanu-EI. will participate in
the program.
Brief congratulatory mo-
will be heard from loc;.
i f Fejerauos C. Myers.
,mv president of F.
rill be toa-
Ham r,m- l"ned Fund pres:-
dTv tSLXSrSfiSTiml* Training cf board members is recognized with Standing Oeft to right) are Isidore B. Simkowfc
r*> to Mewl tirSst of executive d, a presentation to members of the board of the president. Mrs. Philip Samet. chc.i^an. board
Wm rector of th. Jewish Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, of education committee, Jerome Weiss, Ei
Philanthropies of Greater Boston Certificate was presented last week in recog- mund Lynn, and Ray Berrin. Others not shown
Prior > ear service as niuon 0f the completion of an intensive four- are Walter Feltman. Bernard Hill, Mrs. Ber-
Miamiv director, he was national week course in 'Understanding Social Group nard Hill. Mrs. Norman Gladsden, Blair Zin-
field director of the OnsneUot Work-. Recipients (seated left to right) are melt Mrs. Jack Fein. Rolkmd Oppenheime
'tZSUSSi Mrs. Isidore B. Simkowitz. Mrs. Edmund Lynn. Jack Katzman and Walter Marks.
social worker and welfare admin Mrs. Seymour Wong, and Mrs. Bud Samet_____________________________________
Cantor Mandel
In Full-Time
Dade Hqhts. Post
M. UHJAMIH MSCMUIC
istrator who has written extensive
r professional publications.
' Hciman said that a reception
'H nrecde 'he dinner which is
scheduled to begin promptly at 7,
pm Efraim Gale, executive di-
rector of the Greater Miami Jew-
>h lomnunity Center, will bring Cantor Emanuel Mandel will be
I :mgs on behalf of the social officially installed as full time can-
work profession. i tor of Dade Heights Jewish Con-
-------------^ jreeation at services Friday at
Ttfl for MeW Members Cantor Mandel received his
.. ______ d.._j.. it_i training under the direction of the
Nee members of Brande.s In. ,_me/Cantor Arele DlamoDd. o(
National Women's Commit-
tee. Grea'er Miami chapter, will
be honored guests at a tea Friday.
1 p m a", the home of Mrs. Solo-
mon B. MargoLs. 1672 Daytojua
rd. Highlight of the afternoon will
be .a fashion show by Idell of AJ>
the Manhattan Beach Jewish Cen-
ter of New York City. He has
served as cantor at Monticello
Park Congregation and during
Jewish Book Month
To Open on Friday
The 16th annual observance of
In begins today.
Dr. A 5t< .rtbach is pn
ncd of the
nal Jew. are Board
ce.
Community-wide Jewish Book
h eventsmanv under the / *"mm ? *# > m% ^.u
l.adership of Jewish Comnum'v UOtlSeWQV BeOUTV Heights lor the last three years.
Centers, local Jewish book conn- % He is a member of several Miami
rneir Problem
High Holy Days at Homestead.
He has also served as cantor at
lardale. with Brandeis women as various religicus services in .1-
, most a dozen Greater Miami syna-
____________ gogues. including chanting the
High Holy Day services at Dade
ciis. Jewish Book Month commit-
ted Jewish community coun To 6Xpedite the beauty blueprint
civic organizations and serves as
an officer of the North Miami
V LB
A . _f) * ^H
President Murray Raben (right) congratulates Cantor Emanuti
Mandel upon being engaged as full-time cantor for Dak
.. -include Msmfirant exhibits for tne new Julia M. Tuttle Cause-' Beach Lodge 195 of the Knights of
of current books and rare manu- wav' ,he official city of Miami Pythias.
scripts, book fairs, literary con- beautification committee will hold The Oneg snaboat wiU be spon
testa moving children of relig- panel analvsis Friday. 2 pm. on sored by Mr. and Mrs. Alfred, "eighta Jewish Congregation.
schools and Jewi-h Commu- -who's Doing What for Julia'" Mandel. Cantor Mandel's parents.'
nity Centers. Book Sabbath pro- -tv* noting wlU lake pUce in Hostesses will be Mrs Melvin 1L\ ftAfl :n 'MtfrwajV Iaierhaea bbSSBe
gram? and authors' receptions. Ihe Miami Dade County Chamber Gaier, Mrs. Harold Samuels, and #*"HVW III I M
Also slated are book dramatiza- of Commerce. iMrs. Hy Raskin, members of the Efts* CtkAnr*
tions. book reviews, panel discus .... '.November Circle, in honor of the ** WfJTWwaT*
sions and
events.
radio and television
As in the past, Jewish Book
Month will be marked at many
military posts in the U. S. and
overseas, and in veterans hos-
pitals. Large numbers of books
of Jewish -nterest ara being
shipped to military posts and
veterans hospitals in honor of
the momh by women affiliated
with JWB's Women's Organisa-
tions' Division.
The books w ill serve to start a
Jewish library at these facilities
or augment the existing stocks of
Jewish books on the shelves of
Jewish chaplains' libraries.
As in previous years Jewish Book
Month will note the anniversaries
of the births and deaths of a num-
ber of Jewish scholars historians,
poets, rabbis, philosophers and
teachers. Among those to be hon-
ored are the noted Hebrew poet.
Chain) Nahman Bialik. on the
25th anniversary of his death: Rab-
benu Gershom. medieval scholar.
who was born 1.000 years ago: Ju-
c'ab Abarbanel. Iberian philoso-
pher, born in 1*59; and Isaac Baer
Levincon, grammarian and sav-
ant who died a century ago.
Panelists representing Miami
Beach will be John Poulov parks
superintendent, and Jerome G.
Greene, vice president of the
Miami Beach Taxpayers' Assn.
and chairman of its parks and
beautification committee.
Mitzvah" luncheon will be kC
at noon in the R"-ood roos\
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November Circle, in honor of the
occasion. JL"^^"!*!-^?.!!1 "^.i Fontainebleau hotel on Net. 1
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Fried will soa "unched the bwiiding fund Mrs Norman swedel ind
represent Organization for Reha c>mP>" the new Cedars ofir>an s Homer are c bilitatioo through Training, of _*J*?00^"sp!.U' ,l "n ,nauKur'! the affair sponsored by the W
which special mention wdl be "*" ^ y ,, fP'*' suxdiary | stem ^,,.,^0,^ Mr> Sidney
made during the Sabbath service JJ.eJ *r,* hotel Saturday ^ u ^1^ chairman.
Speaking for Miami will b Ray- _,. m ... *(_-* Celebrants heard Abe AronoviU
mund Plumer, of the planning *" ^oXIIIOry mttling and Sam Luby. general campaign
board, and Vincent J. Ferrare. en- Abe Horowitz Auxiliary 682 of chnien. announce that $261,000
gmeering. ^ jevush war Veterans was to had been r*ved prior to the
Helen Alpert. the committee's meet Thursday evening for the' camP*,8n opening. "These pledges
public relations chairman, will be first time in the new post home at are '.n dd,Lon to S1.7S0.000 on
itor. NE I7M st. Mrs. hand." they emphasized, "and will
----------------------enable the Cedars of Lebanon
Hospital to begin construction next
month."
Dr. Morton M. Halpern.
dens, pointed out that Hi*
are port of the advanced tiff
Phase of the campaign for S2,-
*Me which will continue to the
*f>d of the year. In welcoming
guests, Mrs. Nathaniel M Levin,
president of the green's au.il-
MwW, prossad regrets that
""ee than 250 persons had to
he turned away because of the
limited facilities."
Arrangements were by Mrs. Ja
cob Colsky and Mrs Herschel
Leschel. co-chairmen. Mrs. PeriU
Schemberg and Mrs. Robert Wer
tickets; Mrs Benjamin Oren
and Mrs. Reuben Rochkind. reser-
vations: Mrs. Fred Witkoff and
Mrs. Han-ey Reiss, invitations.
Ground was broken Nov. I for
the hospital on the site of the new
Metropolitan Medical Center at
XW 12tk ave. and 14th st. The
campaign seeks to raise the bal-
ance of funds needed to complete
the entire six-story structure to
house SB beds.
Josh Rephun fright) is sworn in as an attorney this week by
Judge IrVing Cypen. of the Dade County Circuit Court. Rephun
is chairroan of the Leadership Training Institute of the Greater
Miami Council lor Zionist Youth and toenrtrnaster of the Lunch-
eon Club of the Miami Beach District of Z.OA He is principal
of Adath Yeshurun religious school and past president of the
Temple Emanu-D Young Aduhs. Before coming In Miami, he
was on the staff of the Israel Delegation to the tinned Nafioas.
Federal
Dade
Savings
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IfgSi Returned;
ilobcn Wins
Runoff Sef
bert Kino; High scored a de-
,p victory in his bid Tuesday
-ucceed himself as Mayor of
i mi
me 37,366 Miamians went to
polls to pick a mayor and two
commissioners.
Llso victorious for the latter
ki- were Henry L. Balaban in
oup 2 and Joseph X. DuMond in
dup 3.
IHigh led the field with 19,741
Vtes. Runnarsup were William
olfarth, 8,141; John N. Gibson,
|70; Roland Horoviti, 4,069;
kd George Kalil, 403.
5;ilaban won handily "in Group
Uh 17,662 votes, unseating Fred
iDuvant, 12,824. Runnersup were
thirl E. Norman, 2,397; and
bert P. Rosillo, 2,240.
Group 3, incumbent Otis W.
icr was thrown into second
}t with 12,683 tallies, when Jos-
X. DuMond scored 15,334.
fining were Murray Z. Klein,
|8: Al Lange, 2,609; and Ed
rd Czarneski, 1,931.
Ihiver and DuMond battle it out
(a runoff next Tuesday.
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Lee Phillips and Kim Hunter star in "Summer and Smoke," by
Tennessee Williams, which opened Tuesday for a two-week
engagement at the Coconut Grove Playhouse ,w-week
forth Dade Joins
ited Synagogue
Jorth Dade Jewish Center will
lone of the 80 new congregations
Tbe inducted into membership!
|me United Synagogue of Amer-j
be induction will take place at
forthcoming biennial conven-
or the United Synagogue Nev.
\o 19 at the Concord hotel, Kia-
ha Lake, N. Y., it was an-
oced by Stanley L. Cohen, ores-
lit of North Dade Jewish Cen-
Lcrtirding to Cohen, the growth
|the United Synagogue in the
decade "has been in depth
|well as in extent."
tVo years ago," Cohen con-
led. "Ihe convention adopted a
of synagogue practices, spell
out the standards required of I
iber congregations. This year, I
the first time, there will be
fusion of what commitments a '
gregation may properly de-
of its individual members,
unity for its own sake has
Icr been characteristic of the
Iservative movement, it seems
Ikely that any "code of prac-
wlll be adopted which dealt*
particulars of Jewish observ-
." Coheji continued.
Cancer League Meets Here
Women's Cancer League of Mi-
ami Beach met for lunch Friday
noon at the Monte Carlo hotel. The
members discussed final plans for
the "Extravaganza" luncheon at
the Eden Roc hotel Jan. 6, to raise
funds toward the purchase of a
Cobalt Bomb at the new Mt. Sinai
Hosptal.
Mrs. Micky Kraus is president,
and Mrs. Morris Gidney, member-
ship vice president. Mrs. Sidney
Ohrbach was in charge of reserva-
tions.
Williams Play
Opens for Two
Weeks at Grove
"Summer and Smoke," a tender
love story by Tennessee Williams,
opened at the Coconut Grove Play-
house Tuesday night for a two-
week engagement.
It was first produced by Mari?o
Jones at the Music Box Theatre in
New York on Oct. 6, 1948, and also
catapulted Geraldine Page and di-
rector Jose Quintero to fame when
t was presented in the Circle in-
the Square, New York City, dur-
ing the 1951-52 season.
The stars are Kim Hunter and
Lee Philips, who is replacing Jef%
frey Lynn, now standing by for
Henry Fonda in a Broadway play.
Others in the cast include James
Reese, who appeared in three
Playhouse productions last season;
Toby Wing, who appeared in "The
Women" at the Playhouse; Gar
Wood, who has been seen in the
motion pictures "Paisano" and
"The Enemy Below;" Jerry Le-
Ral, Trent Dolan, Mary Muir, and
a cast of fine supporting players.
The story "Summer and Smoke"
tells about a frustrated minister's
daughter (Miss Hunter) and her
awakening of love for a young doc-
tor (Lee Philips). Hampered by
inhibitions and an adult world of
church functions all her life, she
finally offers her love to the doc-
tor, only to find that she is toe
late. She learns of his engage-
Musichn Added to Faculty
A new member of the Miami Con-
servatory music faculty is John
Masino, well-known in Buffalo,
N. Y., for his 30 years of musical
activities there. Feature pianist of
the Hotel Statler-Hilton orchestra
in Buffalo for 16 years Masino also
taueht theory and harmony in the
adult education extension rf<*llr>|
of the New York State Depart-
ment of Education. Miami Conser-
vatory is at 2973 Coral Way.
Beach Orchestra
Performs Sunday
London Symphony No. 7 in D.
by Josef Haydn, will be the prin-
cipal work by the Miami Beach
Civic Orchestra conducted by Bar-
nett Breeskin on Sunday evening
at the Miami Beach Auditorium.
Admission is free.
The program will aiso Include
the Tragic Overture. Brahms;
Hungarian, Fantasy, List; and
Capriccio Italienne, Tschaikowsky.
Estelle Pappas will be featured
piano soloist. She won the Chopin
Centennial contest of Michigan in
1950, and has since performed
with the Detroit, Wisconsin and
Ft. Lauderdalc Symphony Orches-
tras.
ment to another ydung lady in a
gripping final scene.
Owen Phillips direets the pro-
duction, which will run through
Sunday, Nov. 29.
isher Dining
writs Reopening
kosher dining establih-
on Miami Beach* ace bcin
lied lor the 1959-60 season.
lie Emplro Kosher restaurant,
Collins aye., opens Friday at
Im. With the exception of last
Ion, the dining establishment
b< en at the same location for
[ previous- seven years.
is reopening under the per-
^1 management of Sophie King.
I features seven-course dinners.
udjng wine and seltzer, at ^rery
Ion able prices.
Tulip Weiss, owner of the Royal
|garian restaurant, 7*1 Waah-
n ave., has announced its re-
ling for the 14th year on
fsday, Thanksgiving Day, Nov.
I at 4 p.m. "Complimentary
and nosherai," Weiss an-
|iced, "will be 'on the house'
nr old friends and those vislt-
[the Royal Hungarian for the
time."
WE ENDORSE
OTIS W.
snivEc
reeds for Ttroh
Ir.ual "welcome back" supper
Be Sisterhood of Beth Tfilah
held at tbe congregation on
pay, according to Mrs. Rachel
. President. In charge of prcp-
ons were Mrs. Gertrude Loew
Mrs. Lillian Siiverman. Pro-
will go toward the purchase
[Sefer Torah to be presented
gngregation Beth Tfilah.
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MIAMI
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HARRY S. SCHWARTZ
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NAMES MAKE NEWS: With business calling Dim to Pboenix. Ariz..
Sidney Adler resigned as president-elect of the Florida State Jf **""
of Bnai B nth Lodges Adler opened a trailer park in the Arizona
capital in conjunction with Paul Faske. Jerome Greene, president of
the state organization, now has a problem on his hands.
Edith Klein recently arrived from Atlanta to take over the youth
directors post at North Shore Jewish Center.
Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. of Temple Beth Am. will keynote the
aanual B'nai B'rith Youth conference Dec. 27 to 31 at Camp Owaissa
Bauer, in South Dade. with 150 teen-agers from all over the state on
hand Theme this year is "Jewish Values and World Progress."
Ephraim Gale, executive director of Jewish Community Center,
back in town after addressing a Jewish Welfare Board Conference m
San Antonio.
Fun in the Sun-" section of Miami Herald in a few weeks will have
a feature story on the long-distance commuting of Shirley Forrest (Mrs.
Harvey Loxmani The ambitious singer, an understudy with the Miami
Opera Guild, spends one week of each month in New York for vocal
coaching.
Jerry Carver proud of his son Neils "civic" accomplishments as
a school patrol boy and new Cub Scout.
Fashionable Mrs. Alexander Kenan is chairman and commenta-
tor of me 10m annual Phi Sigma Sigma Soioait, Alumnae fashion
shew Saturday at the Seville. Models representing 13 U. of Miami
will waspUy the latest styles and coiffures.
Morey A Kayman doing a bang-up job as proxy of Fraternal Order
der of Police, sponsoring the Chico Vejar Vmce Martinez bout at Miami
Stadium Dec. 3. It's the rubber match between the two middleweights
who broke records with the* previous two scraps at Madison Square
Garden. Willie Gilzenberg is the promoter.
Arthur Tekhner, leai food mantelr at Singapore, Saxony and
ether beachfront hotels, new operating the Chatter Box coffee shop
near 143rd St. Shopping Center. One of his many happy patrons is
Jack Fisch, who recently epenad realty offices in that sector.
Allen Goldberg didn't look like a man who had been laid up with
an injured leg for weeks as be raced around arranging the successful
affair of the Temple Emanu-El Men's Club at the Barcelona. Among
the members who helped put it over with a bang were Jack Silverman.
Judge Irving Cypen. A. Zabao, Dan Lev me. Julius Jay Perlmutter. Max
Boderman. Marvin Kimmel. Jules P. Channing Sam KaU. and Dr.
Herman Mechlowitz.
*
BOTH SIOES OF THE BAY: Philadelphia Story." most ambitious
undertaking to date at Studio M. is in for three weeks at Ruth Fore-
man's Bird rd. playhouse. It's one of Phillip Barry's best play-writing
efforts, a comedy of manners.
Lee Phillips, the leading man in "Summer and Smoke." the Coco-
nut Grove Playhouse drama by Tennessee Williams, sure has a popular
name. A feminine member of The Jewish Floridian staff is tagged the
same, and the WKAT and free-lance TV announcer answers to that
name Quite confusing, eh. what?
One of Hollywood's real life romances is poignantly depicted in
' Beloved Infidel." now holding forth at the Carib. Miami and Miracle
Theatres. Gregory Peck U cast as F. Scott Fitzgerald, the author of
The Great Gatsby" and "This Side of Paradise." Deborah Kerr plays
Sheilah Graham, the Hollywood columni>t. The Jerry Wald production
is faithful to Miss Graham's autobiog, highlighting the tender and
tragic love affair
Comic Guy Ronnie is featured
roam tomorrow night.
Opera Guild "faithful" are in for a rare treat, what with Eileen
Farrell. the sensational soprano of the NY. Met Opera Co.. singing the '
lead m "La Giocanda," the season's opener on Jan. 25 at Dade County
Auditorium.
Light Opera Co. of Miami presenting "Mikado" nightly at Dade
County Auditorium, through tomorrow.
RESTAURANT ROW: Danny's Hide-A Way makes a fine addition to
u t-Sf! !H8 re"UurtB* m *** Gret Miami area. If. giant menu
.hi. w .1!, 8*stronora,c1 >'8ht* The spot is plush and comfort-
able, located on former site of LAiglon. in Surfside
k. J**vMt V 1 MnUM """ PPetite is to take a gander at
imdn^nt "^ "* ,urmn P over the hickory fire m the
window of the Embers restaurant.
With the season under way at Coconut Grove Playhouse thai
stantly filled with local playgoers and rrwmbert ef the cat* Al
MM+m yevH rub .W. with Kim Huntor. er Mhee
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west of the Chinese eatery, on the 79th st. causeway ^^
Pw.r.Vr!d^ Lhe P!"00"1 mMnient of Sophie King again, the popular
Empire kosher restaurant reopens for the season tonight at 1M7^CoUms
tee., on the Beach Reasonably priced and well-prepared sevencou~
dinners. with wine and seltzer gratis, have made STone DMh7!nr.
popular eateries with both locals and visitors aMlw
Mrs. Benny Davis, at the Bonfire with attorney Shirlev wrJ*
* sag c a'wa:x-lstsltz
same management of Philip Weiss Features finT w#\ ^ th*
Jewish rooking, amp,, portmns. IjTZ^Z^ ^
. New lwul. p,ano K">g Arthur's Court at Miami Snrin-
Villas, consisung of Vida Martin and Maria Fernandez tt?r W
tared on Havana TV as part of Ernesto Lecuo ork ** to
Lagoon Restaurant, featuring Italian speciality. ',..-. j .
the season, located in Sunny Isles. *P*c,a,'. Just opened for
Michel's kosher restaurant in Normandy Isles i twhs_. _
tioos for Thanksgiving Day 7 X"an* reserva-
Louls Epstein at the Pub on Coral Way. He's chairm.n .w. w. .
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+Jewlst fhiili r
Page 13-B
)ar
JMitzvali

AHjn Bott a
,MlvO'ABe*> David Bott
frobraUd,^,^^ morn-
(21. 'at Beth David Con-
Rabbi Yakov Rosen-
olliciate.
I the aon f Mr. and Mrs.
|t, of Nassau, Bahamas,
KVV 16th ave., Miami. He
|h grade at Shenandoah
lh, and attends Beth Da-
bus school.
1 will follow the services,
and a reception a*d dinner will be
held in his honor Saturday evening
at Dinner Key Terrace. Among
guests will be relatives' from New
York, Portland, Me., Toronto, and
Nassau.
1
Elliot W.imtock
Temple Emanu-El will be the
site of the Bar Mitzvah of Elliot
Gary Weinstock on Saturday morn-
ing, Nov. 21. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man will officiate.
Elliot is the sin of, Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard Weinstock. > He attends
eighth grade at Ida M. Fisher Jun-
ior High and Temple Emanu-El
religious school. Lunpheon recep-
tion in his honor mm follow at
the Famous restaurant.
Steven StmmAs
Rabbi Leon Krnish; will offi-
ciate at the Bar Mttzvah of Steven
Wayne Sommers Saturday morn-
ing, Nov. 21, at Ttfnple feeth Sho-
lom. II
Steven is the 'fan of Vr. and
Mrs. Albert Jay^Sommefe, 1065
W. 46th st. He is a studeS in the
Beth Sholom confirmation tlass of
5721.

William is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Kaplan, attends the
eighth grade at Nautilus Junior
High, and is a student at Temple '\
Emanu-El religious school.
Luncheon reception in his honor
will follow the ceremony at the
Eden Roc hotel. Out-of-town guests
will include Dr. and Mrs. David B.
Sparber, Memphis, Tenn.; Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Sager, Mr. and Mrs.'
Julius* Paull, and Mr. and Mrs.
Julius Israel, New York City.

Michael Weitz
Bar Mitzvah of Michael Wcitz
will be celebrated Saturday morn-
ing, Nov. 21. at Temple Beth Sho-
lom. Rabbi Leon Kronish will of-
ficiate. Michael is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Weitz, 1125 99th st.
He is a student in the Beth Sholom
confirmation class of 5721.
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20th, at 4 P.M.
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1357 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
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kernard Lamont."
Frances Elman, will become Bar
Mitzvah during Saturday morning
services, Nov. 21, of Temple Judea.
Charles attends eighth grade at
Ponce de Leon Junior High, | and
has been a student in the Temple
Judea religious school for the past
three years.
Samuel Schmidt, theJJar Mitz-
vah's uncle, editor of **Every Fri-
day," of Cincinnati, O., will be
among guests at th ceremony.
* *
William Kaplan
Rabbi Irving I.ohrman will. .Offi-
ciate at the Bar Mitzvah of Wil-
liam Kaplan Saturday morning.
Nov. 21, at Temple Enjanu-El.
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Kenneth Glassman
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Saturday morning, Nov. 21, at
Beth Jacob Congregation. Rabbi
Tibor H. Stern will officiate, and
Cantor Maurice Mamches will
chant the liturgy. Kenneth is an
eighth grade student at Miami
Beach High School and a member
of Boy Scout Troop 61. He is also
active in Little League football.
*
Jay Klein
Temple Zion will be the site of
the Bar Mitzvah of Jay Barry
Klein Saturday morning, Nov. 21.
'Rabbi Alfred Waxman will offici-
ate.
Jay is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Klein. 5841 -SW 2nd st. He
is a student at Kinloch Park Junior
High and Temple Zion religious
school.
Reception and dinner in his hon- j
or will follow at the Barcelona ho-
tel.

Mark King
Mary Alan King, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry King, 1125 NE 176th
st.. No. Miami Beach, will become
Bar Mitzvah during Saturday
morning services, Nov. 21, of
Monticello Park Jewish Center.
Rabbi Max Lipschitz will officiate.
Mark is a student at North Mi-
ami Beach Junior High and Monti-
cello Park religious school.
Party in his honor will be held
Saturday evening at the Jewish
War Veterans Hall..
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A record number of 85 boys and ?
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Lipschitz, spiritual leader, will
officiate.
Almost all of the boys will chant >
sections of the Friday night and >
Saturday morning service, as well r,
as the traditional Haftorah and
Maftir. Under the instruction of
Cantor Ban-Zion Kirschenbaum, a
select number will actually con-
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service.
Included in this number are 11
girls. Their Bas Mitzvah ceremony
Sill be conducted by Rabbi Lip-
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The number of confirmands is
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Page 14-B
Weighing a career idea. Dr. Donald D. Michelson. director.
Hillel Foundation at the University of Miami, counsels with
New Yorker Sclly Myerson. Dementary Education sophomore.
Hi I lei, Center of Judaism at UM,
In Desperate Need of Renovation
Supporters of the Miami Hillel
Foundation at the University of
Mumi have teamed to pull the
project from the quicksand* of
debt and disrepair back into the
sunshine of success Hillel House,
designed by arch.teci Norman
M Ciller, of Miami Beach, holds
home ties for 3.000 Jewish stu-
dents. 1.750 of them Greater Mi-
a missis
Visitors at recent Sunday morn-
ing "brunches" saw inspiring re-
ligions services led by students.
sat down to familiar fare, and
"Shema, Yisroel!" at special
Simchas Torah service, song
Marvin Feld. Hillel choir di-
rector and Student Council
president, of York. Pa., UM
Business Administration ma-
jor studying on a band schol-
arship.
came away aroused by the stir-
ring appeal voiced by a talented
music student, who explained
how the Foundation supports the
program but not the building.
This it new in dire need of
completion and repair. It leeks
air coadiwowinn. and the library
lacks bookshelves if net books.
But mest pressing is the threat
el foreclosure en the mortgogo,
new many months in arrears.
"Please help us raise VtXft*."
she asked.
Investment in Hillel House,
where a Jewish student benefits
from a family atmosphere phis
personal counsel when necessary,
"is something to pay lifetime div-
idends through the child's in-
creased stability and develop-
ment.'' according to quiet-spoken
Dr. Donald D. Michelson. Hillel
director, who with horn rims,
square shoulders sad crew cut,
is given to polo shirts and a re-
sourceful objectivity. "Individual
counseling is of course kept in
complete confidence." he said,
"but a few highlights reveal
deeply vital situaUons met and
mastered."
For example, one boy in seri-
ous debt stole and sold books,
was caught and made to face up
to his wrong-doing. "I'll forever
give credit to the police." Dr.
Michelson said, "who saw the
boy's inherent worth and brought
nun to me for advice. The out
come was. he not only repaid
everything and regained his self
respect, but he also went on to
become a campus leader."
There is the lonely student
with family roots now broken
for the fir>t time, who needs ac
ceptance -When he's helped to
find out that others are lonely
too. that he's not unique, and is
jkvf'$f/fcr*fey7
guided into group doings or com-
mittee work one more pr
is solved." Dr. Michelson smiled.
"If you're disturbed, and young,
foe," ho won* en, "things crn
seem rows*. One hey, wovld-be
suicide. tbinki*3 himself an athe-
isl found life meaningless and
empty. His problem took many
sessions, psychiatric help ond
even seme- enatyeie, hew he
came areuod. He found himself.
In seme cases HUleJ offers the
f'rst religious training a student
has ever known."
Besides giving guidance. Dr.
Michelson serves as teacher of
Jewish history. Bible, basic Ju-
daism. cuM'm- and ceremonies,
and elementary Hebrew. He is
religious counselor, and he as-
m smoothing .out conflicts
in the university calendar w:th
h holidays, rituals and the
Sabbath Hillel House represents
and helps interpret Judaism to
the university community, as
well.
'There will doubtless be gusts.
but the sole spot with cross ven-
tilation is the lobby. Had the
building been erected on the l"t
it was designed for. its exposure
would have been totally differ-
ent. Turned around as it is,
though, the lounge, chapel, rooms
and office need cooling, particu-
larly in Apnl. May. part of June
and all of both September and
October The caretaker's quar-
ters are stifling.
"No shelving was installed hi
the library. After eir-condition-
ng is completed, the open areas
heck of the onilmM should be
sealed, vse else
Children's Corner
by
Isadore Shavridj
Hello, boys and gtrttl Now that schools bock **<
H.gh Holy Day season is over, we begin this week'*!!*
regular "Children's Corner." Please let me hear from i
you have any special ideas about features you'd like in
regularly included. Remember, this is your "Children's f
so let's make it truly YOURS.-lsadore Shavrick.
lie address system te communi-
cate ttimighoMl
When we're looking
body, we hove te Irs not so an
auditorium, chapel, offices, lob-
by, lounge, hwshoos, storage, li-
brary, classroom and student of-
fices.
The prosenium was never
painted, and the entire interior
interior should be repainted
after five years' use.
The roof? Yes, it leaks
where certain insulation deteri-
orated. One wall is crumbling
from a leak at the top. We have
no recourse because the company
that built it went out of busi-
ness."
County wide, leaders with a
warm spot for these young Jew-
ish men and women, readying
their wings for flight into adult-
hood, are leaping into Use breach,
making of themselves and their
bounty the recourse to meet
these practical needs and so spur
forward the work of Hillel House
for a good today and a better
tomorrow.
Miami Hillel campaign co-
chairmen are Harold Thurman.
of Coral Gables, and Sam A.
Goldstein, of Miami Beach.
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ISAAC
Kaac was the son of Abraham
and Sarah. His father was 9&
years old when three angels vis-
ited him. One of them said.
Next year at this time your wife
will give birth to a son "
Sarah. 89 years old. was in the
tent. The voice of the angel
drifted back to her. She laughed
to herself. "How can an old wom-
an like me bear s son?"
The angel rebuked Abraham.
"Why is Sarah laughing? Does
she think that God cannot do
anything He desires? Next year
at this time, she will have a son.
Name him 'Isaac' because Sarah
laughed at this prophecy."
Why do you think the angel in-
sisted on this name? Because
"Isaac'' stems from a Hebrew
word meaning laughter."
Exactly one year later, Sarah
gave birth to a beautiful son.
Abraham named him, "Yitz-
Chok." the Hebrew word for
laughter. I wonder if you can
figure for yourself the ages of
Abraham and Sarah when Isaac
was hern? In English the name
"Yiti-Cbok" is translated into
"Isaac."
Up til forty or fifty years ago.
Isaac was a very popular Eng-
lish name for Jewish children It
was also a very common name
among English and ainina
bows who .were not Jewish. Many
years ago a wonderful book was
written It was called "Ivan-
boa." One of its leading charac-
ters was a Jew. "Isaac of York."
One of the greatest scientists
of all time also poos used this
name. He was Sir Isaac Newton.
The Puritans living in England
and America over three hundred
years ago were very food of this
name. Even today, many fisher-
men in the New England states
are called Isaac.
Today, however, not many Jew-
ish boys bear this beautiful
name. However if you are called
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"Yitz-Chok."
Conclave Leaders
Named Here
Robert Stone and Leonard Wolf-
>er have bees elected co-chairmen
of the sixth annual teen-age eon-
clave of the Greater Miami Jewish
Community Center slated for Dec.
6 at the Sans Souci hotel.
Stone, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wal-
|ter Stone. 100 SW 47th ave. u a
senior at Miami High. He is a
member of the Miami "Y" and
president of Sigma Rho. He also
belongs to the Exchange Club and
the National Forensic League, and
is a member of the n>rtball B
Squad at Miami High
The son of Mr. and Mrs Abra
ham Woifer. Leonard is a sensor
at North Miami High and president
Chiropractor
Opens Offices
Dr. Herbert F. Ross has opened
chiropractic physician's offices at
779B Corel Way.
Dr Ross is a graduate of the
Chiropractic Institute of New
York, and did undergraduate work
at Brown University.
At the Cniropracuc Institute, Dr.
Ross was elected to Delta Chi hon-
or society and Lambda Chi Beta
fraternity.
Prior to opening his offices here,
be was associated with a number
of prominent Miami chiropractors.
He is a member of the Miami Jay-
Miotuuta
WOMAN TO SHAK
My bear, Caret essta
H eei I shopoies. (!
THereth Israel
A roast beef dinner by Tifereth
Israel Sisterhood will be held at
the home of Mrs. Ann Harris. CM
NE 5ist st.. on Sunday at 5 p.m.
Hostesses are Mrs. Ann Harris,
Mrs Edith Rosenberg. Mrs. Paul-
use Quendo and Mrs. Sarah Levin.
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WRiRWTlO*



/, November 20. 1959
*Jewisti fhrHkm
Page 15-B
iera Guild Launches Rehearsals for
Auctions of la Gicconda/ 'Carmen'
(if-hty-five Hi*rni uf* ilmi
begun rehearsals for the two
fas, "La Gioconda" and "Car-
which the Opera Guild of
a'ter Miami will present this
|ltT with casts of internation-
!-rt'iowned singing stars in the
roll's.
nth operas will be seen at the
(mi Beach Municipal Auditor-
as well as the Dade County
itorium.
Opening Hit Guild** lHi sea-
will be dramatic soprano Ei-
FarrOll in th tltlo role of
erf side Group
ites Concert
Mis B. Hoberman has been
lied president of the Surfside
He Society. Other officers
bed at a meeting of the recent-
ormed organization are Estelle
ipas; vice president, and Dr.
Porcell, secretary,
jrfsidc Music Society will prc-
a concert Saturday evening at
fside Town Hall, featuring Em-
Erdelyi and Leon Hammer,
linists; Effira Rosanoff, cellist;
Abraham Haiduck, violist.
so to be heard is Miss Lillian
n. folk 'singer and instrumen-
Ponchiolli's "La Cio,cond.,"
OL
itttarics
| MRS. ESTHER G. WILLNER
Normally dr.. died NOV. 16.
. u.i- n resident hare for
I nmlnt" from Baal orange. N.J.
active In Hadaaoah, Fidelity,
IM Light House for the
is survived by her win,
I...' brother. .lack; V
- phi* Weinherg an.l lira,
,,- \villnr. Services were In
Cark, N..I.. with local arrang-
it.H by Cordon Funeral Home.
MORRIS BABOK
' 770 Tatum Waterway dr.,
iit-d new hln home Nov. 14. He
here 14 yearn ago from South
i! Mich., and operated aeveral
els and resort apartment buildings
South Florida. Survivors Include
\.ite. Dlna; a mill, Seymour; and
daughters, Mm. Anna Nlven and
_. Hone Block. Service* were Nov.
[at Riverside Memorial Ceiapel.
mandy Isle, with burial In Mt.
u Cemetery.
IRS. SYLVIA S. BKRNSTEIN
uf 925 Bay dr., died Nov. W. She
here 18 years ago from Chicago.
vlvors Include her husband, Mau-
. her mother, two sisters and a
Iher. Services were In Chicago.
Riverside Memorial Chapel. Nor-
ly Isle. In charge of local ar-
igements.
AARON BOONICK
i S\V lth ter.. died Nov. 13.
wa> a real estate salesman, and
m here five years ago from New
tk City. Surviving are his wife.
?be; two sons. Martin and Her-
i a daughter two brothers, two
is and two grandchildren. Me
. \U-. president of Temple Za-
lr. a Mason, and member of Sho-
I.odge, H'nal Hrlth. Services
|r. Nov 17 at Gordon Funeral
e, with burial In Mt. Nebo Ceme-
CEOROE LUTWACK
f 2106 Ni: 2nd ave., died Nov. 15.
...... here 14 years ago from
I Conn,, and was a used car
> lie Is survived by two daugh-
'ieorgette Lutwacl. and Mrs.
,.... Baxter, and two sisters. Sy-
I- Lutwaok and Mrs. Winifred
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first tim*. .
Metropolitan mezzo Rise Stevens,
regarded as the greatest Carmen
of the day, will be heard in the
Bizet opera.
Both stars will be making their
first operatic appearances here.
Beach audiences have heard them
before, however, in concert with
the University of Miami Sym-
phony, and in recital.
Supporting Miss Farrell in "La
Gioconda" will be Flaviano Labo
leading tenor of the Rome Opera,
who scored an outstanding succes
last season in the Guild's produc
ion of "Rigoletto."
Others In the cast will include
two of rho Mot's loading male
singers, Cessre Bardelli, bari-
tone, and Nicola Moscona, basso,
and two newcomers to the local
opera scene. Franco* Bible, so-
prano of tho Now York City Cen-
ter Opera, and Mary McMurray,
mono of the .NBC opera.
Miss Stevens will have Metro
politan tenor Brian Sullivan in
support, together with Metropoli-
tan baritone Walter Cassell, so
prano Dorothy Warenskjold, of the
San Francisco Opera, and basso
Edward Doe, of the Philadelphia
Opera.
A feature of both operas will be
the 85-voice Miami Opera Guild
Chorus. Emerson Buckley will be
the conductor.
The two operas will be seen in
three performances each. "La
Gioconda" will be given at the
Dade County Auditorium Jan. 25
and 30, and at the Miami Beach
Municipal Auditorium Jan. 27.
"Carmen" will be presented at the
Dade County Auditorium Feb. 22
and 27, and at the Beach Audi-
torium Feb. 24.
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN th-it
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
s under t h. fli itious n.
RICHARD'S DECORATORS at
N*st. *Vwl Ay. V.\flniui totiinss to reg-
i 11 name with the clerk of the
Circuit court of bade County, Florida.
sin. GOLDSTEIN
NORMAN It. LYONS
Attorney for Applicant
1101 Btecayn* uivii.
11 -J1--J7. 12/4-11
Gregory Peck and Deborah Kerr in "Beloved Infidel," at the
Carib, Miami and Miracle Theatres, intimate story of the love
affair between a girl from the London slums and the American
genius, F. Scott Fitzgerald, whose life and talent were wrecked
by alcohol.
Gross. Services were Nov. IS at Rlv-
raMe Memorial Chapel. W. Falger st.
MRS. LILLIAN LEWIS
.19, long-time Miami Reach resident,
died Nov. 12. She came here 40 years
go from Paterson. N.J.. and was a
past president of Temple Israel Sis-
terhood and a member of the Ladles'
Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai Hospital and
National Council of Jewish Women.
Both she and her hushand, J. Oerald
I ewls, have been active members of
the Dade County Cancer Society for
many years, bf which he has twice
served as president. In addition to
her husband, she Is survived by two
on* I>. Robert and Dr. I^onard;
daughter. Mrs. Sheila Lehrhurger:
brother. Herbert KaufmaV. and II
grandchildren. Services were Nov.
1J in Temple Israel, with burial at
C.raceland Memorial Park. Oordon
Funeral Home was In charge of ar-
rangements.
EDWARD LEDERMAN
RJ. of :.-. Itth st.. died Nov. 12. He
came her, II years ago from Pall -
more, an.l was an attorney. >")"-
In,- are his wife. Minnie an.l foil,
sisters. Services were Nov. '' '
Newman Fun. ml Home, with burial
In Ml. NebO Cemetery.
JACOB PETERS
77. of 16iw Meridian ave died Nov.
II He came here six yea.s .-.., from
New York, and was a retired real
broker, Surviving are his wife,
Three son-, including l"[
Miami: two daughters and a brother.
Service* were Nov. 11 a N< '""an
Funeral Home, with Initial In Lake-
side Memorial Park.
MRS. GUSSIE FEIO
71. of 310 Washington ave.. died Nov.
Ineton ave.. with burial In Mt. Sln.U
Cemetery.
Young Executives
Aid CJA Drive
Twelve young professional and
business executives came forward
last week to volunteer their per-
sonal efforts in the CJA Cash Week
drive.
Headed up by Emanuel J. Smith,
the group conducted a "Collection
Dialathon" in a concentrated three-
hour period which netted several
thousand dollars in pledge pay-
ments for CJA.
Assisting Smith in the stream-
lined solicitation were: Allan
Greenberg, Harry B. Smith, Mil-
ton Balsam, George A. Simon,
Marshall Wolper, Allen Freeh-
ling, Herschel V. Green, Melvin
Green, Daniel Cravift, Seymour
Gelber and Louis Spoctor.
"Every businessman in Dade
county knows you cannot run a
business on promises," said Smith.
"The Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration cannot channel funds to
the thousands of people who need
them unless pledges are paid at
once," Smith declared.
The young men constitute part
of the vanguard of campaigners
who are active each year in the
CJA Young Men's Division. Smith
informed Cash Week chairman Jay
I. Kislak that a total rundown on
actual amounts collected would be
submitted shortly.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
IiADB RECORDS at number 47m N\\
! Avenue ;n the City ol Miami. Flor-
ida Intends to reHi.~ter the .-aid name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Horlda.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this Hth
day of November, I9M,
MARUN RECORD CORPORATION
EUGENE LEMLICH
Attorney for Applicant
HL'U-27, 12/4-11
IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 59C10B26
VERCINIE FRANCES SPIRTOB,
Plaintiff,
vs.
THBO SPTHTOS,
I i.f.ndant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: TUB i BPIRTOS,
228 W. 24th Btreet,
New York City, NY.
YOU AUK HEREBY M >TII-1 KD that
suit for divorce, and In the alterna-
tive annulment, has been brought
against you. and you are to file your
Answer or other pleading In the office
Of the Clerk of the above court and
serve a copy upon the plaintiff's at-
torney, OEOROE N. MacDONELL.
on or before the 28th day of Decem-
ber, 1959; otherwise the complaint
will be taken as confessed by you.
DATED, this 13th day of November,
A.D., 19599.
E. !' I.EATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(seal) 1-y: K M. LYMAN,
Deputy clerk
11/2H-27, 12/4-11
Pallet Attends Convention
E. Albert Pallot, president and
chairman of the board of Biscayne
Federal Savings and Loan Assn.,
left here last week to attend the
annual convention of the United
States Savings and Loan League
in Dallas, Tex. Some 4.000 Savings
and Loan industry leaders from all
parts of the nation attended.
Nov. II at Riverside Memorial Chapel.
Washington eV*., with burial in Mt.
Nebo Cemetery._______
MRS SARAH MATTES
10 died Nov. II at her home, 1420
Blarrita dr. She came here 26 y*MJ
ago from Port .1. "is. N.T. Hjfrtoes
were Nov. 14 at Newman Funeral
Home. Survivors Include her hus-
!,.,,,,! Hurray, mother, brother, and
sister. She was a member of the
Anna Mi'l.-r Circle and North Shore
chapter of B'nal B'rlth.
MRS. ADYE FORMAN
(1 of 815 191st st., died Nov. I. She
came here from New York 12 years
ago. Surviving are her husband Sam-
uel two sons. Oerald and Mar In;
and two sisters. Including Mrs Lillian
iol.lherg, Miami Beach. She also
leaves a hn.iher. s..vices were Nov.
11 at Riverside Men...rlal Chapel. Nor-
nlandv Isle, with burial in Star of
David Cemetery._______
MR*. MARTHA HOLSTEIN
44 of 8J5 A ton rd., died Nov. 9. A
resident here IS years, she was
member of the American Me.bca
enter and National Society of Lagal
..... Survlvln, ar* her hu.-
band, Earl P """- 1%^52i Fii
Knliian llunv ti. and brother. Ell
Huwiti. Services were Nov. 1 at
GordTinFuneral Home, with burial In
||t. Nebo Cemetery.
MRS. LENA KREFETZ
79, of 1645 N\V North River dr.. died
ST-.& *ST.mS.ATof'SSr^
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTIOE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, ill Ir i
-s under the fictitious name ol
COLLECTION BUREAU OF AMER-
ICA t ITM v l: '**rd Street, North
Minn: Florida, Intends to reg-
:,i oeahi n Itb the Clerk ol the
circuit Conrl of Dade County, Plor-
l.l'i
j. c. FBUSCIANTtt Bole Owner
ii iO-27, l- l-il
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name '<
It \ \l INDUSTRIAL AND TRAD-
IN.; COMPANY at 58*0 N.B. 2nd
W.nii., Miami. Florida Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
P10rWa- C.USTA.V R. MAYER
WELUBCH, DOU43BBRTY & ZAIAC
Attorneys for Oustav R-^hgor^ ^
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name or
PELICAN BAR A GRILL at 7818
Northeast Second Avenue. Miami,
Florida Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida
JOHN C.ENONI100%
I.EWISON AND FREED
Attorneys for f'.enonl
l>:, West nattier stre.t
Miami. Florid. n/30.27. ,2/4.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 59C10670
PATRICK CURRAN,
Plaintiff,
vs.
FLORENCE CURRAN,
..el.lldallt. .
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: FLORENCE CURRAN
0 ayetherole street
Itego I'ark. New York
You. FLORENCE CURRAW, are
hereby notified that a Rili Of Com.
plain! for Divorce has been filed
Mains! you, and you are required to
serve a eopy of your Answer or P
Inn to the I till of C.molalnt on the
plaintiff's Attorney, Richard W. wu-
Esq.. 42" Lincoln Road, Ml-
,. i:, ,.', 89, l irida, ni'l file the
original Anawei..... Pleading; In the
office of the Clerk of the Ctrcull
n or before the llth day of
December, 1959. if you fall to do
so, judgment by default will be taken
against yon f"i the relief demanded
In the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published nnrts
each w.-.-k for fo IQve weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDraN.
DONE AND ORDERED st Miami.
Florida, this 9th day of November.
E." B. I.EATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County. Fkindi
(seal) By: R. H. felCB, JR.
Deputy Clerk.
RICHARD W. WASSERMAN, ESQ.
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach 39, Florida
Attorney for ""nn3_i0_,ivi
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, dealrlng to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
A/.ii: OP MIAMI at 190 North East
112th Street, Miami 18, Florida In-
tends to register sah! name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida. .
ROBERT E. FRAZBR
CLYDE I' Ft 'fiTTER, JR.
All,,ne> .,,, ,:.,lcrt kFjMJT wtn
DAVID MENDELSOHN
57 of 17*9 8W b died N0Vj7.
Herime here six year, ago mJ;
,l,r,., Kiand.hildren. Hurlal was isov.
13 in Woodlawn I'ark.
MORRIS ROTH
man Funeral Home.
MRS. HANNAH 8IEGEL
l,v Oordon Funeral Home.
MRS OLOA BROOKMAN
77. of 800 Washington ave died NOV.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to eng
business under the fictitious name of
GENERAL CARi'KTS at 63:. North
East 123th Street. North Miami. Flor-
ida intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida. .,,__
WILLIAM A. MA HER
Sole Owner
CLYDE E. FOSTER, JR.
Attorney for William ftjggfa^
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
TEXAS TOTEM DIVERSIFIED IN-
VESTMENTS at 10823 Biscayne Blvd.,
Miami, Dade County. Florida, intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
TBXAS TOTEM DIVERSIFIED
INVESTMENTS
MALSl'EIK A- MAKER
Attorney* for Texas Totem
Dlvenlfled Investments ^ ^ ^ n
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIKREHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ESQUIRE IIARBER SH.M> at 2.i27
Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables.
Fla., Intend to register said name
with t*e Otarh of the- Circuit Court of
Dad* County. Florida
JOSE FRRELY
GARY ORTEGA
Sole Owners
WALTERS, MOORE & COSTANZA
Attorneys for Applicants
,008 Alnsley BldV ,,.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to.engage in
business under the fictitious name or
TROriCANA BAR at 10T.7 N.W. 79th
Street, Miami, Fla., Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
JALK CORP. (a Fla. Corp.)
Sole Ownership
11/13-20-27,12/4
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious nalte of
C.OI'HEit-MIAMI I'" (Not Inc.) c/o
JMome 0. Greene, 241 Security Trust
i:Mi;., Miami, FIB., intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of I Hide County, Horlda.
HARVEY B. RRE \ \l
ROBERT L. BERNSTEIN
HARRY II k'ATZ
JEROME : GREENE
Attorney for Applicants
L'll Security Trust BIdg.
II'13-20-27. 12/4
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to eugage In
business under the fictitious name of
GENERAL ELECTRONICS at 16r.9
James Avenue. Miami Reach. Florid:!
intends to Register said name with
rk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florid* ___
TRANS-OCEANIC SALES. INC.
Sol* Owner
EU BRflGER
Attorney for Owner
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Fla. ^^ ,2,4
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 1S HEREHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the flotltlous name of
PALMLAND PRINTERS at 7937 Bis-
cayne Boulevard, Miami. Florida In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida. _
T. D. F. CORP.
IRVING NATHANSON, Attorney
11/13-20-27. 12/4
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MIAMI MKNSTixIS it 1133 N.B. Mi-
ami Place. Miami. Florida intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the circuit Court of Dade County,
rFR AN -LEE SPORTSWEAR
OF MIAMI, INC,
Ruth Chen. President
SEYMOUR J. SIMON
Attorney for Fran-Lee Sportswear
of Miami, Inc.
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