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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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"Jewish Floridian
Volume 33 Number 48
Combining THi JEWISH UHHV and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida, Friday, November 27, 1959
Two Sections Price 20*
nited Synagogue Nixes WZO Membership
COUNCIL SENDS LETTER
tate Dep't Rejects
\lnvoluntary' Identity
fith Foreign Nations
By Special Report
EVV YORK"The United States
not condone the involuntary
Itification of its citizens with
Drcign state," the Department
Slate declared in a letter to
fence L. Coleman, jr., presi-
nf the American Council for
aism.
Department's letter added.
ere have been occasions in the
when these fundamentals
been set forth publicly. We
keep in mind the possibility
this might again be done
iild occasion require."
rhe official communication,
td by Parker T. Hart, Act-
Assistant Secretary, was in
ply to a letter from Coleman
Secretary of State Herter on
. 15. Coleman released both
r$ Tuesday, after approval
the Council's executive corn-
tee.
Bleman's Oct. 15 letter referred
requent exchanges between Is-
and Arab spokesman during
recent, general debate over
address the Secretary of State on
this problem, because "In this way,
regrettably, improperly, and with-
out their volition, citizens of Jew-
ish faith of countries other than
Continued on Page 11-A
DR. HAHUU GOLDMANN
. lashes 'excuse'
Goldmann, Greenberg Trade
Words in Heated Exchange
As Two-Year Delay Looms
KIAMESHA LAKE, N.Y.-(JTA) "Whereas the proposals made in
After an historic debate on the the various addresses touch issues
ties between Judaism as a religion fundamental to the spiritual unity-
and Zionism as an ideology, the of the Jewish people and its relig-
Unitcd Synagogue of America, cen- ious life and specifically to the
tral body of American Conserva- Conservative movement,
tive Jewry, postponed, this week; "Therefore, be it resolved that
for two years a decision on accept- the convention refer these ad-
mg a bid to join the World Zionist dresses for further study to the
rganization. The invitation was Executive Council of the United
Nehru 'Explains' India's
Failure to Recognize Israel
NEW DELHI(JTA)The gov- exchange missions chiefly be-
? the first to a religious group.
The decision will be made 'n
Jerusalem, where the United Syn-
agogue will hold its next biennial
convention in 1961. The selection
of Jerusalem was one of the final
acts of the 1959 biennial conven-
tion here and was made as a mark
of solidarity with the State of Is-
rael.
crnment of India feels it can make
a better contribution toward the
solution of Arab-Israeli conflicts
by withholding diplomatic ex-
changes with Israel at this time,
Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru
declared here Sunday night.
Mr. Nehru was a guest at a din-
ner tendered to him by the Press
Club of India, when he was asked
this question: "You have prom-
ised, according to some reports, to
recognize Israel. What is your po-
k in the current session of the i sition on this matter?"
The Prime Minister replied:
"Our attitude in regard to Israel
has been explained quite fully to
people from Israel as well as to
others. You may say that it is not
a very logical attitude, possibly,
because we recognized Israel, of I gone.
cause we felt that we could thus
play a btter role in easing conflicts
between Middle Eastern countries
and Israel."
One Killed, Two
Hurt in Algeria
'd Nations General Assembly.
< Council president called
ter's attention to the fact that,
the context of "political con-
'." the phrase "Jewish people"
been frequently introduced;
there had resulted a debate
lr whether Jews are a "race," course, long ago, but have not fol-
rnation," a "people" or adher-j lowed up this recognition by ex-
i of a religion. j changing diplomatic missions.
Pieman said it was proper to Recognition is a fact. We did not
iurion Hopes for Peace;
iees Military Test Ahead
ALGIERS(JTA)Gilbert Djian,
a Jewish medical assistant, was
murdered by Algerian terrorists
Synagogue and,
"Be it further resolved that
the Executive Council of the Uni-
Continued on Page 6-A
The convention instructed its
executive council "to create op-
portunities for joint discussions"
by all its branches on whether
the Conservative movement
should join. The executive coun-
cil was at the same time request-
ed "to report back to the next
biennial convention."
The text of the resolution reads:
"Whereas the national convent'on
of the United Synagogue of Amer-
ica has heard with great interest
the addresses delivered at the con-
vention dealing with the relation of
Jewry of the world to the World
Sunday, it was reported here He zionj> 0 ization and
was shot and killed as he was leav-
ing the home of a Moslem woman
in Blida to whose assistance he had
JERUSALEM(JTA)Hopes for
migration of 1,500,000 Jews from
Sov'et Union and for the possi-
|ty of a peace settlement with
Arabs during Israel's second
^ade were expressed this week
Prime Minister David Ben-
tlon he expected from Russia
might prove to be the most diffi-
cult burden which could only be
carried out with the vast resour-
ces and cooperat'on of Jews
throughout the world.
Differences of opinion between
Continued on Page 16-A
Two other Jews have been seri-
ously injured in the course of at-
tacks by Algerian terrorists dur-
ing the last few days. Paul Pinsit,
37, was wounded by shrapnel Fri-
day afternoon during a terrorist
attack in the center of Algiers.
Maurice Louchi was injured when
FLN terrorists threw a grenade
into a Jewish cafe in the village
of La Fontaine, near Piaret in
southwestern Algeria.
Problems of the Algerian Jew-
ish community were discussed on
Tuesday at a special meeting of I
the Jewish leaders here. Special |
attention was paid at the meeting
to the lack of religious facilities j
in outlying districts of Algeria,
DR. MOffDECAf KAPLAN
. deprived of source
Reconstructionist Foundation Sun-
day, deplored the fears of some
groups of joining the World Zionist
Organization because they consid-
ered it a political movement.
He termed such fears "meaning-
where a laree number oi jews are, ; _. :.._.
,We ,. aSd W | "--,.- *
ing done by the Zionist movement
INUGRAl MET Of JUDAISM'
Dr. Kaplan Urges Zionist,
Reconstructionist Union
NEW YORK(JTA)Dr. Nahum was "to help support, in certain
Goldmann, president of the World situations, demands and interests
Zionist Organization, addressing of Israel." He quickly noted, how-
the annual dinner of the Jewish ever, that "the so-called non-Zion-
ist groups are doing just the
same."
Ke Prime Minister expressed Continued on Pag< 8-A
se views in a letter to Yisrael
'lee. a member of Parliament
the left-wing Achdut Avodah
fly- The Prime Minister urged
ing of ranks between workers!
Pioneering elements of Israel elaborate greeting ever 5. in the new grand ballroom of the l Max Weitz, chairman of the Worn-
view of the *?*' norinH I !__-:__li___u_.i I on'i Divwair and Mrs Jack KatZ-
Miami Welcome to Harman Shaping
jich may
In 1948,"
lotion.
fateful period I IffJ^.'^Iii^tae^dTsndlarv'li Fontainebleau hotel. I en's Division; and Mrs. Jack Katz
prove more decisive' extended to a **^*g"LZ iU man, grand hostess of the ball. Wil-
lie year of Israel's t being P"Pfed .bm 'a' lc0mc I Chairman of the honorary com- liam'Bornstein is chairman of the
community for America s we come mlUee Jg Gov LeRov Collins of arrangements committee.
I to Israel's new Amuassanor to uu. e-u.m,.
United States, Avraham Harman.
">? Prime Minister warned in
letter that Israel may be
ced with a "severe and danger-
military teat," which made
imperative that Israel muster
I' of its material, technical,
,r*l and spiritual resources,
also wrote that the immigra-
Flor!da. Arrangements are being
made by a committee headed by
Jack A. Cantor and Samuel Oritt,,
The eyes and ears ^ America ^^ ^.^ Qf ^ Greater
Israel Bond committee;
will be focused on Miam' a
bassador Harman is greeted by
leading citizens representing every
area of American life at the Diplo-
matic Ball, Saturday evening, Dec.
.Miami
Samuel Friedland, chairman of the:
committee's board of governors; ,
Jacob Slier, honorary chairman of \
the Israel Bond committee; Mrs.!
Among leading figures of the
entertainment world who will
join In the festivities are Charl-
ton Heston, star of "Ben-Hur;"
Joan Crawford, Academy Award
winning motion picture star;
Continued on Page 7-A
Dr. Mordecai M. Kaplan, found-
er of the Reconstructionist move-
ment, who sought affiliation of
the United Synagogue of Ameri-
ca with the World Zionist Organ-
ization, announced that he would
seek to have the Reconstruction-
ist movement join the WZO.
Dr. Kaplan declared that until
a century ago, Zionism was "an
integral part of Judaism." He as-
serted that "insofar as the exist-
ing synagogue movements have
become accustomed to treat the
restoration of the Land of Israel
as outside the purview of their re-
ligious activities, Judaism has been
deprived of the main source of its
vitality and viability, namely the
generative and self-renewing po-
tency of Jewish peoplehood."
Expressing belief that there was
no likelihood that the United Syn-
Continued on Page 6-A


Page 2-A
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One Final Chance at Jackpot
An inadvertent error in the net-
-! of CUES DOWt-tu- OObV
WORD No. 20 last week g.ves
Greater Mianuans another and
finalchance to share The Jewish
Floridian Jackpot which remains
at S2
Left out last week was Clue 2.
ind entries of the puzzle were set
Hi
Cv)VWtRO >*o. m -repeated
Mi week on Pase le-A. Iv
lay midnight. Nor. 29 With
this, the series comes to a conclo-
Kven if you tried M complete
ek s puzzle, .vou are el
to send in another entry.
Dr. Prinz Warns Against
New Assimilation' in U.S.
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ment
BOSTON _/JTA> Dr Joachim
Pnnz. president of the American
Jewish Congress, warned this week
against the new asumilatiuaiim
a kind of \:canous Jewish rring
by those who believe in interna-
tional Jewish philanthropy and
other good works without having
any Jew:>h commitment them-
selves." He spoke at the final ses-
sion of the national baeun al con-
vention of the American Jewish
Congress Women Division here.
-IdennfxMion with the Jewish
people around the world and with
Israel cannot he divorced from our
Jewish commitment n our own
lives and m our own cnuntry."" Dr
Pnnz declared. However, be add-
ed t- concept of Jewish peo-
plchoodtte unity of the Je-
peopie around the work) must
stand as th.- basic principle of Jen -
lib identification and as a mot
factor of Jew sh roramnai'
bie here and abroad."
In resolutions dented at the
elosin session a* their fevr-day
convention. the American Jewish
called hr vif.
of the public school*, and urwod
the U.S. fowamm.iu t. deneuaca
the Arab boycott -as a nwtaaore
of Kwamit warfwrw iwulbjl
ii*t a thrwat h> m*emat emal
pane." Thar atan anted Ibat
al U.S. Iioaliaa and tuwww
racial and religious etecrant-
n njjnJNnl Aimrkm cnS-
Mrv TteIma tchman, nf
Ph Udnaabm, was i.bt*ed na-
tional pmidanl far a third two-
re Dunes Drbrt Swpporl
Aa appeal foa> continued and
tnpnurt for tne current
March of Dunes- cam-
made Wednesday by
Yeatts. executive director o:
the Dude county chanter. National
Foundation. -The need for funds
is great,"- Yeatts stressed, painung
out that -the chapter payang for
the care of 30 pouo cases to date
this year
I-rael experts have been active
on three continents m teaching Is-
rael know-how in manufacturing
^nd agriculture, both through I'ei-
tei Nations projects and its own
technical aid procram. Sirr.eha
Pratt. Israel Consul General, told
the i! onveutans.
Maurice Samue!. Jew sh author.
in another convention aidress.
urged the expansion of the Jewish
,-Hool program "b provide
>aderk:p and backbone" for the
American Jewish community As-
: he believed that no more
ttaM l* to IS percent of Jewish
children would ever attend such
schools, b- said the exact percen-
tage would be determined by the
aptitude of the children and the
^^^^tn^rm^. of the parents
lb? asserted that American Jew-
ry had been -untrue to itself and
lanjrin te relaxing its tra-
oataoa nf Jewish BUeflectuauty and
by attempts to escape ~fiem the
partieulariTT that marks tte Jew
**bM*e at a
Congratulating David L Trask on his appointment as area
director of the U-S. Treasury Department for Savings Bonds
are (left to right) John A. Grubbs. director of FHA; Eugene M.
Dackzp. Miami Postmaster, and Trask.
Trask Appointed Savings Bond Chief
Miami Beach since IMS, is a mem-
ber of the Florida Bar Assn. and
honorary president of the National
Assn. of Postage Stamp Vendors.
Inc.
He has a wide range of experi-
ence in sales, marketing, public
relations, finance and miniifartui -
ing throughout Florida and adjoin-
ing states. He a a veteran of U. S.
Air Force. World War II. and was
a pioneer in the development and
distribution of postage and U. S
David L Trask. of Miami Beach,
has been appointed South Florida
area director for the I". S Treas-
ury. Savings Bonds Division, it was
.-.mA this week b> V H.
Nortbcutt. president of the Broad-
way National Bank of Tampa, the
Savings Bands advisory chairman
for Florida.
The area comprises Broward.
Charlotte. Collier. Dade. Glades.
Hendry. Indian River. Lee. Mar-
tin. Monroe. Okeecbobee. Palm
Beach and St. Lucae counties.
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G. Dootey. formerly of Coral Ga-
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member 27, 1959
Jewish FkrkHan
lphrey Due Here;
Mips to be Feted
Page 3-A
\davio wimps
,urg Heads
(state Group
fcl'eiss, co-chairman of the
lach Division of the Uni-
[of Dade County announ-
rcek that Ben Zion Gins-
Jtor of 420 Lincoln rd.,
ed chairman of the real
kision of the 1960 United
kpaign.
|g will solicit contribu-
Miami Beach real es-
for the support of the
health and welfare ser-
png the coming year.
ast president of the Mi-
lch Apartment Assn., th
[of Dad* County, and the
leach Board of Realtors.
\g is a member of the
directors of Temple
I the Hebrew Academy,
tach Zionist District, and
board of the Bureau of
iucation.
tited Fund campaign or-
this year will shoot for
im need of $3,635,729,
fc,000 more than ever he-
rd.
Sen. HuberT^tl. Humphrey has
chosen Miami as a starting point
to launch his Presidential cam-
paign for 1960.
The Democratic candidate will
speak Monday at a dinner on be-
half of Mt. Sinai Hospital of Great-
er Miami at Westview Country
Club, where Humphrey will out-
line main points of his platform.
Tho Monday function will alto
honor David Phillips, Mt. Sinai
Hospital trust** and long-time
hospital l*ad*r here. Phillips is
a member cf the board of gov-
ernors of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and active in
the Winter Residents Division of
the Comgined Jewish Appeal.
He was the recipient of a scroll
from Federation Jionoring his
"Forty Years of Welfare Service."
In addition, Phillips is treasurer
of the Dade County Cancer lnsti-1
tute and a member of Temple Beth
Sholom.
Sen. Humphrey will arrive in
Miami at 4 p.m., where he will be
met by rcpresentat'ves of the na-,
tional press. William A. WcintrauH'
is chairman, and John N. Serbin,
honorary chairman.
During his stay in Miami, Sen.
Humphrey will get into a political
huddle with local supporters be-
fore continuing to Puerto Rico and
the Virgin Islands as the second
stop of his 11-state speaking tour.
:
Free Corsage Now Available for Mother
On the Occasion of Bar or Bas Mitzvah
i
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SEN. HUBERT HUMPHREY
Slated
trthDade
| I.ipman will address
lie Jewish Center Sunday
the Popiel Social Hall.
an assistant professor
bf-'y at the University of
board member of Jew-
ly and Children's Service,
Pc on "Is the American
dominating the Family?"
tn forum with audience
lion will follow.
Dinner Plans
To Fete Orovitz
Discussed Here
Baron de Hirsch Meyer, chair-
man of the testimonial dinner to
honor Max Orovitz, president of
Mt. Sina'i Hospital, presided at a
meeting of 55 members of the din-
ner committee held at the Barce-
lona hotel last week, where plans
and details for the affair were dis-
cussed.
Invitations are now in the mail
for the dinner which will take
place Dec. 19 in the Grand Ball-
room of the Fontainebleau hotel,
with 1,500 expected to attend.
Max Orovitz has been president
of Mt. Sinai Hospital since the day
negotiations were started to pur-
chase the old Nautilus property
which is now, after ten years, being
vacated to transfer hospital oper-
ations into the new building to be
dedicated Dec. 13.
For many years, Orovitz has par-
ticipated in virtually every philan-
thropic, civic and humanitarian
activity in Greater Miami. The
testimonial will honor him, notably
for his "great personal effort in
Symphony Monies
Take Sharp Rise
Fipures released this week by
Ihe University of Miami Symphony
show an increase of 546 subscrip-
tions over last year, with the total
number of subscriptions reaching
an all-fine high of 3,565.
Financially, subscriptions totaled
SI6.633.22 more than last year's re-
ceipts, with an increase also in the
single ticket sale for the first two
pairs of concerts of $1,792.25 over
last season.
Conductor Fabien Sevitzky and
the symphony orchestra are al-
ready hard at work rehearsing for
the third pair of concerts sched-
uled for Dec. 6 and 7 at Miam'
Beach and Dade County Audito-
riums. Richard Wagner's "Nibe-
lung -Ring" will be sung in Eng-
lish and will be presented for the
first time at these concerts.
Soloists on the program Include
Gertrude Ribla, soprano of Metro-
politan Opera fame, Albert Da
Costa, tenor, also of the Metropoli-
tan, and Kenneth Smith, bass-bari-
tone. Singing the roles of the three
Rhine Maidens are Miamians Nata-
lie Pomeroy, lyric soprano; Salwa
Merrige Abrams, mezzo-soprano;
and Flora Lerman, contralto.
Won't mother look more stun-
ning than ever if she wears a love-
ly, corsage on the occasion of her
son's Bar Mitzvah or daughter's
Bas Mitzvah?
The answer, of course, is yes.
And The Jewish Floridian is now
making it possible for mother to
have that corsage free.
"Corsage for You" is the name
of a new feature announced this
week. These are the simple rules
to follow in order to receive your
free corsage:
Address a postcard to "Cor-
sage for You," c/o The Jewish
Floridian, P. O. Box 2973, Miami
conducting the destiny of Mt. Sinai
towards the realization of what bas
become Florida's biggest commu-
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24-Year Hebrew-English Calendar.
Write to:-
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34 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY
ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE
Tide Insurance Policies ef
Kansas City Title Insurance Co.
Capital, Surplus I Reserves
Exceed $5,000,000
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26 Heshroa 5^20
IS ABRAM feels that
Jaesaale tfi today repre-
te Ike
* peat
'Whole Jew' Still an Incomplete Picture
Tbe United Syoagooaa of Asaerica isioc-
tjoa far c two-yecr per.oc at a bsd to join that
World Zionist OrooaEBOtion naa&y brines to
tbe fare c problem that bos been
2.ccjt1 sottBMC erer saca fee
oe ae State Israel
There is bsie or ao secret is tbe fact
= rs
ixrocc ;= ?=-*-
tnt or tbe Zaouat
ust groep wboee concept of Jewish stotua or
prrcTpie at i j laisiilsfi relegates the ayna-
gogae to a bbiuuJu,i ? rose .
Ke dad bare, it aeesaa to as. c clearer
bssbIbsbbbsBBBBSB] :; fel SJbSbbb r<;-_ bRbbBSb I>
Greeobera c=c Gcldmonn. What Dr. Green-
berg '*--"* at total uoaaoamy. Whet Dr.
which Rabbi Msbs*
of the
sa Atlanta. Ga,
dress Ike aassaal sssi leaf, ef Use
Greater Mtaasi chapter ef tbe
A
area*
a, endeavor aad fnr wham
m ef igtcUBcseahsai has
to action. Abraai
rase ef
sndsai bore szsre beer
-bey =_s: sceager. ooew :bea eoergws far
rej^tec cod egacly sr.ponag; ,jo*e*.tt cad
cods. Wben Bohbi srrmg lfifca. now chair-
men of the Aaaenccm Zionist CosmcC. took tbe
feeds a tbe Zaona* Oraaaiaaskoc or Asaerica a
fen ecrJy "ST a. he coJaad far c roassrre Amer-
ewsh 'spmanci adeaaAearjac wi tbe
Sta* a Israel
rscwew raid racy bare bee- the coat
*rj ror rcc adegssxsa. The re-
Z-c=- =rr_ r- j -ba Jrses: ectar ic beef as
The
ommmzoms
IrbJbj s r=3=r. rccr. j
-.*
of the "whole Jew'-4t one in
the other hj rekaaon to Jewish Bradt-
t>oc and the syaaoaroe. h weejd seem to as
feat these roncey are certcfaiy compatible.
eves I Dcs. 3okbaaa& aod Greeaberg iaeast
-per. e- -rrecoocksb*
rr tihaiiiHosi at the fact thai aaasher of
spekeease tea sand a place far the as
Asericaa saaees oi the '
=w Ur-tec Syaagogoe does act eaaaa to have
basaa. Bat R woeJd be wonbwhila far our Soav
m saodeaahip to z&r.-.-'c tbes honaocs in any
faracB te the lsWa, when d
boa aad ferseat of a i
ihaiiiliiiaul the day- The i
aess. Ahrasa aitaaaJ. has
a ssBBBher ef forasB. Bat
laaBef thesa sthetaOere to ree-
thsrd ef ear aaafae, eace the act
ef New Deal paBBBaapfaj. is staV
fflaaeieJ and iR-fed.
dilfereaee today, he
is that the saajortty ee
leaajer cares. The stfeanrjr
the -art had as retres aad ehaai-
ehararteriaaes. Atnaj
M : bTI
hi
aapls

t aecrcre sore
ssR hsBBBBj Bl Rbi
) AVTOMOaaT

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BBSSB11
wao
aeasBBkory r:
_ s Dr. Greecberr 3 : :
Ambassador Harman's Visit
al B9 t.;-:;:-
TM$ ** as sejij

Raaadeaas hare wtS get cot ocaar*aarr to
v -- -= ^- .--. -
#1 ri ^=s -: | pj BBI fm z Bfli B8JB
Erxm. who aaade =>=t pt to Masssi,
dary wj be obis to ocMerr^ jot fiseJiaa du
Bfee o :- *T.'-"77'. "_:
rs^coona wah the Uaatod States.
*^ haoel Bond rri raw bare as HW.
fLf*f^^ wh;ci *"- =c tectce aiay
sazrs ot tesevassoa aad seohoa pacsares.
^^Oaoa aaore. MJcy-Ts w*S be sbia to faei
- =e at the czoearoads at laraei s ooc:-
wg yet ancshe, of her top sZ
T^aatq m on an CfacoBBoaTaf Steae.
eard seasl resarsa
the Xw Oeai tra. :**
iesVe fcr states'apo se
ththaRaa* el er
Yaefh. Abns
tehe
Nor is bob
ee shook: farget |sj
r = the aphaae at
The
sec cat- rerai at *-r tea*"* jf
teai aae the* reren* -rat!a"
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November 27, 1969
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MOlW
NEBO
CEMETERY
HAS
PERPE^^
CARE FUND
$125,000
every cent of which is dedicated to preserving
the beauty of Miami's finest Jewish cemetery
Naturally, you will devote much time and serious
consideration to the selection of a permanent
Burial Estate for your family. That's why it is so important to know
about Miami's finest and oldest Jewish cemetery .
Mount Nebo. Over $125,000.00 is now in its Perpetual Care Trust fund,
for which The First National Bank of Miami acts
as trustee. This fund is steadily increasing and is the. largest of its
kind owned by any exclusively Jewish cemetery in Miami.
It guarantees you a Burial Estate in surroundings that will always
be maintained at, the highest level of beauty and perfection.
OVER 4,000 JEWISH FAMILIES REPRE8ENT.NC DADE COUNTY'S FINEST, HAVE ALREADY WISE

The First National Bank
or MIAMI
h .-. >e toto
Ml. Nbo Cantry. fee.
SiOJ N. W. Jrd Str**l
Miami. Florida
Gcatl*ra*a:
W* no.. with c*n*id*rablo aatUlaction that your P.rp.lvjal
Car* Trust Fund at* which this aaak .* Truoto* aow ,x $12J.000.
Mar -' command you on your laraitiht aad good plaaautf In
creating aad matataiaiag a Porpotual Car* Truot Fund to
aaaai* your aroparty nun thai Mounl N*ha wtU k* p*rp*iual!y
maiataiaad and hopt beautiful.
All food with*, far th* lutur*.
Siacoraty,
L.
V,c. ptJlfdiaVatd
Senior Trunt Oliicr
^*
nil
Y SELECTED BURIAL ESTATES IN MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY.
MOUNT NKBO IS CENTRALLY LOCATED
It eaa.lv and quickly reached. Whether you come by bus
or drive your cur you'll find it accessible.
MOUNT NEBO IS FIRMLY ESTABLISHED
Miami's oldost etc-lusively Jewish cemetery has lor years
been-a place of solace, inspiration and beauty.
AN ATMOSPHLRF, OF SERENITY
M evident everywhere ... in Mount Nebo s lush, Kr.cn
parkways and it's lovely tropical gardens rich with colorful
plants and shrubbery.
-OUR INVESTMENT IS PROTECTED '-
Your Burial Estate cannot be taxed or seized tor debt, it is
nonassessable, lien and judgment proof.
POINT PLAN
-anal protection for the enter* family and becomes
ot your application
WRITE FOR DITAIIS TODAY
MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY
5505 N.W. 3rd StrtMt, Miami, Florida
Please send me, without obligation, full information on
Family Burial Estates in Mount Nebo.
5505 Northwest 3rd Street Phone MO 1-79d
Nam*. .
Addren.
City....
.Zoo*.
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PooeSA
-Jml&nrw***"
Friday, ffo
United Synagogue to Shun WZO
Cantktved tt+m Pase 1-A
f*4 Syetasatv *" ha *
u*itod t* trU (Kh.iv
tor **? 4Ucva4a*a ? th e*a-
Huh by all branch** aue
* mnl an itfMMl "
an nt-w%| < *4 raaart
bach r* the MM* bUnwtal
The ivmk- ** jst N-forv the corv
veatwa by IV \*hun *;>'kJie>ae,.
vrrsHkat \J the WorU Jbonist Or
tan mImh, aist IV Vor\hv*i V
Kaplan. VfMk-r of the Recoeamie-
NnM >araweat. h* wrtd arftf
Utt\X Th* fWVfttMU HH*,*,><
kg IV $: Oreeahert. *c*
.VmkyHk *t the Jeatsh n*A<
K-*l SeaMnanr ** Aaeeva
IV C.oM*M*a K*d the IS Aff
hat K> ha\* "hv^ww rah*
i iW I* -( .w rreeeatMa. tt*
aftoveaaea* has t* l and aaere a r** the Ntafctjr at th* Jrwuh pec** "
Fw tit* reasaa. W sMi th* Xm
Kt ?WWXH SaM
*
tv* ah*rh wwbtrv v .ma
Ml IV Kasew *tTlS IV v^Mmm
IV 0t* caber t seal that he
****** sh IV OkMmm that
th* a**J a fer J*ww
seal fww n**w i
h*b NM
aa nwOl
**V-
>m tar twe**,
mi*
rfJrrafc
vV* **
aa aSSSSS
... n* Jilat*
which cettsiSS a cane** of J*wl* "ch permit
rteUta and daatinj m the W*M ft i scnmina .on
uhich the Nuclear* of th v-Miwns. It
SS TSTSL^n and American bMM I
i against American
also appealed to all
the Arab boy-
cott by every le^al "
AMVr rraolution coodrmnex!
Arab asti Jewish propataada n
:h* I'sited Stale* disseminated by
th* Arab Information Center with
the aid of Arab consular and e-
the
utatiMto
l>r Gotdmaan called Dr GrtM
- itemenl an empty e\
!< >*id that Zkwishi had
br< a pxltK-*l mo\-ea*t hea
it t^sht for the cstabltshmeat of
j ), -i-.t hut that see tie
vrewth* tl lxa*l livi>m had <-e J^T""^',"!*." especially i
oa V all other tasks hieh retaaia ^^. ^j^^ campuae*.
e
here ts twmariaw caltod Mwan *
\to coa*4rw that the ewsteaee \MmU4 $taw and athar hwk
aaw NNWV #f the Jewish people pmmtrl cWum M*fkwrf
rv aevee Mrh jreai daa$r thw praaant ha m aaciaar tart-
M t- prewai hrcaa** -e> aU i^.- i in ta* mm a#
MM the \>rd were iwaarmatew
aai hKaat *eadtfy arr ae- -
crahNi mi* the Mr d the cmatrwa m."
if thrw res*dea*r lVs. he sarf.
:he mnml t Jf" t rcmiliaa Ofcari Taedek a*
te the ceatral aMt^i.a \\. toathid by the
prahtel aaw that d M>nra( p^^, f J e s h
thear aew ^,^1^ the wwrtd
He
mm tmff a StUm nhatanf
a^ J^^Mk }
>
Morris Fox QmtX, chairman of the Reel Eilab).;
and Allied InduXii Dirisaon of tha Grata*
Bood ronimitlw. is c^isstad by Pinhzs Sapiur, fa^i
of Commerce and Industry, oo recent trip to mai
of Miami's Uarrsarj builders, was Israel a*!
of the Nanaoai Aesm. of
Asian Tlriiwiq Tasjc Daring his kip. For tbadadl
japan. India. Greece. Tsriny aait


iber 27, 1959
+Jewish florid fan
Page 7-A
ir-Old Dream Won't be Swept
rael's New Ambassador Belieyes
|from Paa 1*
iclejtisia* *far;
rated comedy pan-
iny Desmond, pop-
ir; Holly Warren;
r.
epares to play host
Ambassador, many
nit of a man is it
elected for its most
ilomatic. post. Al-
Lew star on Israel's
bn, relatively little
nerica about Avra-
k.s an individual.
Illarman is a quiet
fck, thinning, slightly
irk. laughing eyes,
'shoulder*, a strong
leasant born In London on
to Israel and Zip-
I, whb'hati emigrated
Eat the- turn of the
jr,naaie "Harman" is
raicized. His late
orda'ned rabbi, but
as -such. A Hebrew
h also. i. the furni-
hadV long Zionist
liks father was active
|zation, "The Lovers
mother, now in her
n Israel, as does a
na. like her husband,
Fand is now on leave
reign Ministry. The
fe three children, la-
and Naomi, 13, both
falcm, and liana, 10.
in Montreal, where
[consul-general.
ns first mot in the
the London School
Concert
hial Due
Sinfonietta will pre-
ratn dedicated to the
truest Bloch on Mon-
lai Hillel House.
|ni will consist of the
lburg Concerto No. 3,
[Suite by Grieg, and
bneerto Grosso No. 1
knd Orchestra, Nina
Joist. Robert Strass-
lor of the Sinfonietta,
(illustrated lecture on
niest Bloch. The con-
Jo the public.
is located on the
University of Mi-
ntrance to the univer-
ller dr.
tranch Melting
] Branch of Farband.
It Order, will meet
|vcning at the Seville
Levine will preside.
Jurcs a lecture. Social
ow.
YOU DIAL
3-4605
for
Lvoctt tlora far PARA-
"pNIH-AT-A-OlAWC! >
V*4 with FMST-EVER
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ERCIAt Ot HOME
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available
:h semi-advanced
in your home.
IJM. i j pje, oihy
|NA I-*"*
of Econom'cs. Thoy were mar-
ried In January, 1940, jn South
Africa. -~^
Harnian studied law at Oxford,
where he completed his studies in
1937. He sometimes speaks with
a clipped British accent.
During the last decade, he has
served the Foreign Ministry in
various capacities. Harman is an
unpretentious person, who looks
and dresses like an American busi-
nessman. There is nothing of the
"striped pants" diplomat in his de-
meanor. In a book titled "Israel:
In its Glory. a Decaie of Achieve-
ment," of which he was co-editor
with Yigael Yad^n, he listed him-
self as "Abe Harman."
Hamas lived in London untit,
11*38, although he had visited Pal-
X-:y e years earlier. After
Ola trip to Palestine, he was sent
to work in the South African Zion-
Isl Federation, where he spent two
years and inarr'ed Zena. They re-
turned to Palestine in 1940, and
lie worked with the Youth Depart-
ment of the Jewish Agency.
In May, 1948, he went to Tel Aviv
when the new government was set
up, to work in the press and for-
eign information division of the
Foreign Ministry.
In June, 1949, Harman traveled
to Montreal, where he served as
consul-general until October,
1989. Then he was transferred to
New York to serve as counselor
to the United Nations delegat on.
His wife was appointed a mem-
ber of the Israeli permanent UN
deltgarion in September, 1951.
Two yesrs later, Harman be-
came consul-general in New
York, remaining in that post un-
til late spring, 1955.
Four years ago, he went back to
Jerusalem as assistant director
general in the Foreign M'nistry,
from which he resigned in May,
1956 to join the executive directo-
rate of the Jewish Agency. He gave
up this post on becoming Ambas-
sador.
Recently, Harman was quoted as
saying thai Israel has reached that
stage where apparently like* ether
settled-down countries, it is as-
sumed that all problems can be
resolved. The whole future of the
country, he believes, will not be
determined by one act or one mis-
take, nor will the work of 2,000
years to establish Israel be de-
stroyed by anyone, even her hos-
tile neighbors.
In short, Ambassador Harman
looks "to the future with confi-
dence," and he does not seem like
a man who will be easily swept on
his feet, no matter what comes
up.
M
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cooperation and streamlined modern facilities
for maximum convenience, safety and comfort.
Make a point to visit the Dade Federal
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see Dade Federal's new downtown main
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and N.E. First Avenue.
Savings accountj ore
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Kupat Holim
Celebration
Due Dec. 6
l\v *. at ta*
,v ol
Mgytn hot?L
Mrs. Leah Nodon is the don-
or of a mobile X-Rav ma-
chine tai the Kufvrt "Hohm
hoaptal under the ausncw
oc rusJodrut in toe Neoer.
Sha has Swn
der.&ned here wtt
Rvsi*. Grader Mom: Jrji
-t itetLr *:.l Nr Ms***
LesSesn. l>r*el Cases! hr th.
Seats* lsierc reyxw erf the I
State*. ::h offices in Allan:j.
0*
A latiwar aawapapnwiasv Le-
t**w. sat ciM *e *t Aie*aaa-
k aenrica a* his tamwi > te aa*b-
Ink f* first lareel Imssssy *
Ivmt in ISO. Mt was later
mw< C........lints m 6rp a*
tee Israel tsMbtl at Sha %/vs-
aets SPaatsTs Pair.
Friday, nw
Eisenstein
nd Presiden]
reslioi .'.,?
Miam>.. iFji3|
-cades. ..,
electee ".'
Hirs< ^m
Tht ,
Federal on. and rut*
1937 for th- purpose
interest (ret- loaas Is
sons.
Other oH,c*n
Le Robinson, yj,,
Stanley M. p^
Mawric* Young,
Harry Simons,
Fesiaroeoa.
W ."an
d ?:cn:
lS**se pers.-cu ate an-
email? sereed tsesSjIi the Kupat
Hates isemral orjassuatxsj af
UiMstrs'. ttk a aetvort si a
a Israel
Bonn prc.
al a asspsul
a r*nriarba as sera* tae esure
area.
Mi. and Mrs. Nathan Nash recere*) citation from Israel Stol-
arsky national secretary af Hissadnir. a* uassfl snssfn j hare
in fee Serilla homi. The peaque honored Mr. and Mrs. Nash
tor their "0000600" ol three youngsters in Israel and their
continuing actnrity in behalf of Hissadrut_____________________
One Killed, Two Wounded
frasa Peea M
eves duraj t*e High Holy Dars.
It was lapsrtssl at tea SSSSSJ
teat teere na nwi|l|W **
svea araas as Kaaasa. M.....
Carra fl tier anat Hydsa. la
star parts a* Ska cswstfry. the
syeeeaav** ars a* caMcenrretea
m a ama* aasaaear af tillages.
Board memt
Jsdfe
Giller.
Hoffman. David
Charles HeruofL Jf|
Appbcas-.. seataajasi
Baron de H:rch Lass
be intmiMM at Oc
the Jesnsb VocaUsnf'
the Calumet bldf,.
by Eiscsbsb..
km Mrs. Harm 1
ririissMtj Hmvuc
bjasj
ska
PLUMBING
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For the Engagement Party
and every Simcha
The whiskey it took
25 years to create


smber 27. 1959
fJewisti fkradOiam
Page 9-A

:. Alfred Danielsbe is president of Burdine's
former Gov. Frank C. Clement, of Tennessee, at the
Sinai Hospital preview dinner. Burdine's recently
10.000 to the building fund.
"-c
ion Times Literary Survey
\ds Status of Jewish Letters
)N< JTA) The emer-
American-Jew'sh writ-
decisive force in Amer-
Eers" has been a "sub-
Tand formidable develop-,
jnce 1950, according to an
on T*ie Jewish Part in
Letters" appearing in
literary supplement of
nes of London devoted to
Iiicrican Imagination.
article cites as leading
mi critics the Jews' Lionel
Alfred Kazin, Phillip
Leslie Fiedler and Irving
ptmong the young fiction
i.l unmistakable sign.'
it named Saul Bellow and
. Malamud. It cited Ar-
Bller as the "most solid
nous playwright" and in
[it names Karl Shapiro (a
convert), Dclmorc
Kz, Howard Nemerov and
Kunitz ("perhaps the
Jinderrated poet today."
.i.estioned influence" of
rt >an Review is ascribed
[work of these and lesser-
American-Jewish writers,
as "the rapid reputation
Sim nee of Commentary."
| article notes that "sine*
Ir, Jewish assimilation in
fa has mad* its widest,
and easiest gains and
Isult >s that the Jew, for
Practical purposes, is count-
tod,iy with the majority."
The Jew is "perfectly at home"
in all aspects of American com-,
munity life, the unidentifier au-
thor of the article asserts. "He
finds that h;s aggressiveness, his
shrewdness, h's love of the poli-
tics of lifelike most of his other
tagsare transvalued now into
assets that promote acceptance
rather than merely tolerance."
The writer asserts that "the
sense of Jewish difference re-
mains, but it is a painless one
easily accommodated to the stl
burb'an point of view, easily over-
looked, easily moralized, if one
likes, into the special capabilities
of the talented outsider; what
one remembers of Bloom or
Swann without having to be re-
minded of what they suffered as
Jews. But mostly the Jew is ta-
ken for granted in America."
The chief distinct^ between
the new American-Jewish writers
and the older ones, says The
Times' critic, is that the older
writers were dominated and en-
slaved by their material and the
new writers "attempt to hold up
a segment of American-Jewish
life and study What remains in this, he adds,
"is something distinctly Jewish
the preoccupation with sentiment,
suffering and righteousness, with
morality."
He declares however that "the
main characteristic of this writ-
ing today is its creative energy
rather than its focus, and its ten-
dency is to flow outward to the
American world rather than in-
ward and backward to the Jew-
ish."
Clement Speaks
At Sinai Dinner
Former Gov. Frank Clement an-
d as guest speaker Sunday at
ii preview d'nner of the new Ml
Sinai Hospital under the auspices
(if the Metropolitan campaign com-
mittee headed by Aaron Kanmr
and Ifsuray Ashmann.
Some 200 guests heard the Tl fl-
ee Democrat, who had come
"contrary to doctor's orders," suf-
fering from a cold contracted dur-
ing his state's coldest November
day in 79 years.
Clement, who has visited hos-
pitals in practically every state of
the union as a result of h's interest
in public health, expressed 'uncon-
ditional admiration" for the new
Mt. Sinai, which he labeled as "the
most beautiful, the most functional
hospital" he had seen in a long
time.
Pledges received during the din-
ner amounted to $100,000 for the
budding fund. Ashmann, dinner
chairman, was presented with a
plaque by Leonard A. Wien, chair-
man of the Mt. Sinai Hospital de-
velopment fund.
In a second appearance here
Monday at Bay Harbor Islands,
Gov. Clement addressed Jewish
community leaders in the Ameri-
cana hotel.
Mayor Shepard Broad teamed
with the Governor to score $202,-
000 in pledges, including a $25,000
gift from Broad and a $50,000 gift
from Samuel J. Klein. Some 300
persons attended.
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lOwER Colifornio's World.
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Dedicate Museum
For the Blind
WASHINGTON The nation's
vast television audience recently
was introduced to a unique insti-
tutionan art museum for the.
blind.
Located in Daytona Beach Fla.,
the mus.um is supported by the
local B'nai Biith lodge. '
Henry Saltzman, a Daytona
Beach artist and B'nai B'rith
member. Mfl Dave Garroway on
NBC's "Today" show recently that
the museum has a collection of
eulpture which the blind can "see"
by their sense of touch. Each piece
of art has an explanatory descrip-
tion in Braille.
Accompanied by an 11-year-old
blind girl. Saltzman described the
museum and how similar ones can
be adapted by communities at
low cost. The artist conceived the
idj*>a in 1946, and B'nai B'rith
promptly decided to sponsor the
project.
Garroway later told his audience
the piogram was 'one of the most
impressive" he has ever featured.
Bernard Joins
Law Firm Here
Jack M. Bernard, Coral Gables
attorney, Monday joined the law
iirm of Schwarz and Zinn in the
Ainsley bldg.
The announcement was made by
Herbert N. Schwarz, senior part-
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CMS ACROSS
2Occasionally, a tot who's _-l
under a heavy blanket is in
danger of smothering.
9\\ ith a forced marriage, the
i> a sour note in the
wedding picture. I
10Millions in foreign aid go to
peoples who are not on
our sifJa in the cold war.
11Victoria Cross: Abbr.
12The weather bureau keeps
eareful watch on the _........of
a hurricane.
13If you in the park, by-
nden gather around.
15Nova Scotia: Abbr.
16True.
17A sick man sometimes gets
pvc\ih if hi> wife him
too much
23Strong odor.
25It may be important that a
witness saw the defendant
take some and inhale it.
2& A shelter.
27Frozen water.
28International Refugee Organi-
zation: Abbr.
20Shoemaker's tool.
31Biblical you.
32A purchase* will want a re-
fund if glassware he's had
sent is badly
CLUES DOWH
1Heroes in mythology often
foul elves in situations
where an gave them
trouble.
2War maneuvers on a beach
uoulJ make u^e of any possible
3Legendary bird.
4Part of "to be."
5You'd expect socialites to wear
dressy clothes at such a party
6Means of travel: Abbr.
7Food regimen.
8Some people always have a
for belittling their
friends. .
14Busy insect.
18Parents may be wary if their
daughter's suitor seems a bit
this.
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20It's hard to your feeling
about a former friend who
once cheated you.
21Prophet.
22A swindler would try to
a su-picious sucker into buy-
ing his wares.
24It's a poor haberdasher who
doesn't an expensive
tie as he should.
25One should quickly get rid of
a boarder whose had a
bad effect on his son.
26Churches naturally count on
the of corns in the col-
lection plate.
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Barney Howard, president, the
election of Douglas E. McAllister
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formerly assistant vice president
nf the Coral Gables First National
Bank, also a Sottile Group Bank.
McAllister is a native of Roan
oke. Va and came to Florida in
1953. after serving with the U.S.
Air Force during the Korean cam-
paign. He is the recipient of the
Presidential Unit Citation and an
active member of American Le
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Page 11-A
State Dep't Raps Unwilling Identity
Continued from Page 1-A
Israel are made a subject of acri-
cited the history by means of
which the presemVStaUe of Israel
evolved out of the Balfour Declar-
monious, formal, political debate;| ation which was intcnded to "safe
to right are Jerry Lelchuk, Clifford Strauss, George Sogg
Tom Kravitz durinq operation "Conference Call," read-
their personal messages to 200 Bay Harbor Islands resi-
sts.
,rida First
Mt. Sinai
Florida First" was achieved
Brotherhood Social Saturday
Jack Wagner, president of the
Brotherhood of Temple Beth Sho-
. ,' lorn, announces the second in a se-
Leek by the Mt. Smai Hospital fies of m membershi sociaJs
lopment fund, when it engag-|Saturday evenjng h Temp,e
Banquet Hall. Committee includes
Philip Schl'ssel, and David Druck-
Harold Granoff, Sidney Ross,
Morris Miller, Morris Grossman,
Judge Philip Schlissel, and David
Drucker.
le services of Southern Bell
| the first "conference call"
to be held in Miami.
operators of the telephone
aany alerted during the day
|ra I hundred people to accept
tall to be placed at 7 p.m., and
he g'ven hour three members
be Bay Harbor Islands com-
ity dinner committee, Tom
vi' /. Jerry Lelchuk and
(rge Sogg, manned telephones
he development fund office to
srr.it simultaneously a message
out 200 residents of Bay Har-
[ extending an invitation to par-
late in last Monday's area din-
[on behalf of Mt. Sina>.
uthern Bell expects that the
system will be adopted by
Leaders Hail
Religion Month
Affair Jan. 30
NEW YORKLeaders of the four
major faiths in the United States
this week hailed the Religion in
American Life Month observance
as a significant contribution to the
ess and social organizations | deepenjng 0f American morals and
in the most influential tribunal of
nations in the world.
"This involuntary inclusion em-
braces Americans of Jewish faith
and it is because of this that we
turn now to you as our properly
recognized spokesman in interna-
tional affairs."
The Council expressed the hope
that the United States Secretary of
State would "inform the State of
Israel's government that the Uni-
ted States cannot recognize, as ap-
plicable to its citizens of Jewish
faith, any action taken or language
used by Israeli diplomatic repre-
sentatives which suggests or im-
plies the existence of a political-
national relationship between such
United States citizens of Jewish
faith and the State of Israel that
is different from the relationship
to Israel of United States citizens
of any other faith."
At the same timt, Coltman Mid
the Council hoped Herter would
"instruct the representatives of
the United States to the United
.Nations that our government re-
ject*, for its citizens of Jewish
faith, such involuntary identifica-
tion; and therefore the represen-
tatives of the. United States
should make the United States
position clear, a* a part of tfie
record, at any time implications
or explicit statements are made
which define- or imply a relation-
ship of Americans of Jewish
faith to the Isreeli State which
is different from the relation-
guard" the "rights and political
status enjoyed by Jews in any oth-
er country" than Palestine.
Coleman's letter continued: "In
J924. the-Waited Stakes, and the
British government concluded a
'Convention' in which, largely up-
on British insistence, the Pream-
ble to the Mandateincluding the
essence of the Balfour Declaration
was incorporated. Despite the
warnings of anti-Zionist American
citizens of Jewish faith, no repre-
sentation appears to have been
made, at any time, by the Govern-
ment of the United States, which
indicated an awareness that Zion-
ism's concept of 'Jewish' national
rights and obligations in Palestine
was designed to include all Jews
and was not confined to Palestin-
ean citizens alone.
"Nor, does it appear, was there
ever a determination by the Gov-
ernment of the United States to
create such legislation or condi-
tions as may have been required
to enforce implementation, at least
in the interests of United States
citizens of Jewish faith, of
quoted 'safeguard' clause in
Balfour Declaration."
KABBI IRVING MHLEK
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The Council's detailed letter re-
spiritual life
Religion in American Life Month
b marked during November by a
nationwide advertising campaign
in which the message, "Find the
Strength for Your Life Worship
Together this Week," appears in
most media of communication.
Backing the national program
are Francis Cardinal Spellman, ""("'073"megacycles, is the most
Archbishop of ;. FM = South Flor.
WCKR Launches
FM Station Here
WCKR has begun simultaneous
broadcasting on both AM and FM
radio, WCKR-FM's 10,000-watt out-
ply, Mr. Hart wrote: "It is my
considered belief that other gov-
ernments are fully aware that the
United States Government does not
condone the involuntary identifi-
cation of its citizens with a foreign
state."
However, Hart further declared:
"I believe there is also a common
awareness inside and outside our
country of the undivided loyalty
1 which American citizens, regard-
American Council for Judaism, 1 less of their race, color or creed,
1 Clarence L. Coleman, ; 11 p^^g for tne;r country and their
NEW YORK(JTA)Rabbi Irv-
ing Miller, chairman of the Amer-
ican Zionist Council, addressing
the dinner of the Zionist Organi-
zation of America at the Waldorf
Astoria hotel this week, charged
that the American Council for Ju-
daism several days ago "rigged"
its news report of a reply it re-
ceived from Parker T. Hart of the
State Department, to a communi-
cation from the president of the
Roman Catholic
Miller said that "the report was
rigged in a manner best calculat-
ed to serve that organization's ne-
farious purposes."
Objecting to repeated referen-
ces in recent UN debates to the
flag."
Rabbi Miller said that by delet-
ing this sentence from its press
release, the American Council for
Judaism "distorted the intent of
States and former president of the
National Council of Churches;
Rabbi Max D. Davidson, president
of the Synagogue Council of
America; and Archbishop Iakovos,
head of the Greek Orthodox
Church of North and South Amer-
ica.
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The station's new 10,000-watt re
mote-controlled FM transmitter is
located in the WCKR studios on
79th st. causeway. All radio 610
programs will be duplicated on
WCKR-FM.
The new station will become a
part of the Florida Defense Net
work.
This,
an asked the he stressed, "is anomer example
I State Department to reaffirm the] of its fear psychosis which leads
government's opposition to the the American Council for Judaism
"involuntary association" of Amer j to attack the loyalty of American
I ican citizens with Israel. In his re- Jews to their country.____________
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Friday,
TeCn-AgerS Will To Honor u+i
Eye Values Today
- Tmu" is the
theme of the sixth annual teen-age
lave M-heduled by the Greater
Mumi Jewish Community Ontc r
at the San Souci hotel on Sunday,
6.
Cob status srrking and
teenage marriage will receive a
thorough examination by the yout*t P/jy Slatti
at n ne different workshops.
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* al 'he home^i
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Sotwd
Minyonaire Ben Mitzvah Group at Mami He-
brew Congregation founded by Rabbi Her-
schell Saville. The group meets each Sun-
day momina for prayei breakfast and culture.
Left to right (front row1 are Bernard Klein, rice
president. Steven Wyatt, Richard Sherman.
Sidney Sokol and Rabbi Saville. Back row
are Joseph Neustein. Jack Stupp. president
Michael L'bmcn. secretary-treasurer. Alan
Bloom. Edward Pulver, vice president
Beth David kindergarten makes butter as part of its curricu-
lum. Leit to right are Daniel Chernau. Jacalyn Adler. Neal I
Nash. Beth David nursery school accepts children 3 to 5 years '
oi age.
Hillel House May Soon Tear Up Mortgage;
Dec 6 Function to Climax Fund Drive
Trustees of H'llel House. Jewish
student center at the University of
Miami, may soon be able to tear
up the mortgage and get the roof
repaired, if its fund raising effort
is supported m the next few weeks.
Climax of the campaign, whose
goal is $73,870. will be as invita-
tional d sner Dec C at the Algiers
hotel Four of the university's trus-
tees. Baron de Hirsch Meyer. Sam
Blank. Max Oroviut and Arthar
Ingsff, will be hosts of the dinner,
at which UN president Jay F. W.
Pearson will he honor guest.
build.ng was begun no, and
was finished in January. lt&S.
Dr. Donald MicheJsos has been
director of HiOel's campus activi-
ties for the pest 11 years. Is addi-
tion to weekly rehsnoau services os
Fnday afternoon sad Saturday
morn nag. Dr. Marheisoi
Miami to Mark
Book Month Here
The annual Jewish Book Month
Festival will be held on Monday
Dec. 7. at the Oceanfront Audi
tonum
The subject of the gathering will;
be "Two Faces of a People." with
tributes to the famous Yiddish folk
writer. Stiolom Alcichem. and to,
Dr. Theodor Herzl. father of mod-
ern Zion.sm. on their centennial
vears.
The festival is being sponsored
by the Bureau of Jewish F.ducation
in cooperation with the Miami
Beach Recreation Center.
Faatvrad apoaksrs will be Mara.
Dorothy Kniftr Fink and Mar-
m Kurman. Mr*. Fink will tpaak
ft Dr. Hani, with Kurman read-
ing from rho writings of Shalom
AWicham.
Seymour B Liebman. chairman
of the local Jewish Book Month
committee, will intrduce the speak-
ers and pay tribute to the Jewish
literary figures whose anniversar-
ies are being celebrated this year.
Louis Schwartxman. executive
director of the Bureau of Jewish
Education, and Chaim Rose will
act as chairmen.
The Jewish Book Month Festival
is part of the national celebration
of Jewish Book Month.
The topics to be discussed in-
cus* "Status Seeking," "Toon
go Social Climbing," "You and
Yocr Paronts," "Standards of
Behavior at Social Functions,"
"ACult Values and Thair Effect j
on tha Taan ago Community," '
"Need to Conform: Thinking for
Yourself," "Taenaga Marriage: '
Doos It Work?**
In addition, there are two presi-.
dents workshops for club execu-
tives to discuss problems of mem-
bership, program, community ser-,
vice, and fund-raising.
Each workshop will be conduct-
ed by a member of the staff, with
four teen-age panelists to assist in |
the presentation of the material
to be discussed.
This year's co-chairmen are Rob-!
crt Stone. Miami "Y." and Leon-,
ard Wolfer. North County "Y."
Staff coordinator is Mrs. Judith
Goldstein.
"Secrr-t of the Doia
P" "ted Saturiaj
at the Dramatic A '
on Miami Beack.
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Tvices This Weekend
IRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave.
fRat-bi laaac Evar.
Km. Saturday 8:30 a.m.
(at la the True Indicator
riutei?"
ES. 2633 SW 19th ava.
|fe. Maxwall Silberman,
>.m. Saturday a.m. and
Jacob Greenbera; offici-
|D 2435 SW 3rd ava. Con
tabbi Yaakov Rosenberg,
Ham W. Lioaon.
p.m. Sermon: "C^unt
nxs and Make "Aiem
Furday 9 a.m. Bar Mlts-
\nr\ of Mr. and Mr. Jos-
Hi.-phen, son of Mr. and
han.
SW 17th ava. Orthodox.
mcr *cMff.
H."~t*250 NW 2nd ave.
ve. Rabbi David W. Her.
Hyman Fein.
----
[EL 4000 Prairia ave. Or-
ibbi H. Loul Rottman.
[urn. Saturday 8:45 a.m.
leek I v Portion.'
101-311 Washington
gdox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
i-ir.e Marches,
[p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.
Ji: Sidney Sftrek-rier. SVr-
(eihall >>c Our Leaders?"
MEL. 139 NW 3rd ava.
.AH. 93S Euclid ava. Or-
Ibbi Joeenh RrWovekv.
p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.
C- m \erta Ho n
V ? n j j 3
ran nrnnon
> i :
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T I T
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[awn ",n;a^nn si"?
tat! eni *&
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tea 'o ,ona1x Tan
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IT/Or. -
.trnrw
>rk*rt' Federation
are several tilings in Is-
Sen I do not understand,
friend, who came from
on a visit to this country,
ne one day. For example,
Mns in the Workers' Fed-
four newspapers write so
out them!
ection In the "Histadrut"
try important matter, I
^anf? To the entire coun-
t is what I do not undcr-
imbcr of members in the
today is over 640,000. To-
f'ith their families they are
'i'y of the inhabitants of
A matter which is im-
[to a majority of the in-
is important to the en-
Blry.
}id it happen that most of
ibitants are members of
tnization? It is always said
nerever there are three
will find four organiza-
aed by Brit Ivrit Olamit)
CANDLELIGHT ING TIME
26 Heshvan 5:13 pjn.
Kl'pi'wfc'.^Ptt! V"'* No< M*e You
rael Pay,' S''rmon < "" "la-
"pRo S, ^SLAbS!!* CENTER.
ut)i April.
3AOE HEIGHTS CeTIteR. 18160 NW
. Ef*' Co.nr*tiva. Cantor Eman-
ual Mandal.
'LAQLER.GRANADA. SO NW 51t
pi. Conaervative. Rabbi Bernard
Shoter. Cantor Fred Bernstln.
Friday {.15 and S:ir, p.m. Sermon:
<>ur Thanksgiving," Saturday 8:30
a.m.
FT. LAUDERDALeTmANUEL. 1801
E. Andrewa ave. Reform, Rabbi
Mariue Ranaon. Cantor Sherwin
Levine.

HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th at. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Alexander Groaa.
------a .
HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CON.
GREGATION. 1150 W. 68th at.. Palm
ave.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 2030
Polk at. Conaervative. Rabbi David
haplro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 24th
tar. Conaervative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Louia Cohen.
Friday 5:30 and 8:15 p.m. Sermon:
"Eternity." Saturday 9 a.m.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lenrtielu.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
Friday 5 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m. Ser-
mon: "How Honeat are Wi?"
MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1101 SW 12th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Herschell Seville. Cantor Joaeph
Salxman.
Friday 5:15 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Ser-
mon: "Reaching Our Destination."
MONTICELLO PARK. 164th at. and
NE 11th ave. Conaervative. Rabbi
Max LipahiU. Cantor Ben-Zion
Kirachf nb.lum.
Friday H:13 p.m. Sermon: Aggressive
and Progressive vk Stlilllt> and Hal-
nnfe." Saturdny I' a.m. liar Mltzvah:
Howard, ion of Mr. and Mi- Henry
Plnoua; Bteven, eon of Mr. and Mrs.
ii Roeenbauoi.
NORTH DADE CENTER. 13630 W.
Dixie hwy. Conaervative. Rabbi
Henry Okolica.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday B a.in. Bar
Ol Mi and Mi a.
Alan (ioldman.
---- ----
NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620 75th at
Conaervative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
I B:1S ..... sermon: "Thfe la M
Saturday 9 a m. Bar Mill-
ion "I L'r. and Urn.
Ii. nj iiniii I.. Stelnbi ik Si rnw n
"Wei kly Poi lion
SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6*38 SW 8th
at. Conaervative. Rnbtji Maurice
Klein.
I'lid.-n -:"<> ii.m.ii S.rifH'n: fiur
ThankscivlnR." HMrday a.m. U|l
led smi.ii.".'--!.- V'IJ' '" P*rtllpal*.
TEMPLE BETH AJi. 5950, N. Kendall
dr., S Miami. Re5*m Ratjbl Herbert
Baumoard. Cantor. Charlea K"^"-r
. S:l5 p.m. S.rinun: 'Thanks'
Living."
TEMPLE BETH EL. 1*6 Polk at.
Hollywood. Reform. Rabbi Samuel
Jaffa. .. ..
Friday 8:15 p.m. FamHf Sabbath
ThankHKlvliiK.
--------
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly
wood. 1725 Monroe at Conaervative
Rabbi Samuel Lerer. Cantor Erneat
Schreiber.
Friday 8 p.m. T'nlted SynnroRue na-
tional convention by Manuel I. Solo-
mon, president, and Aaron H. Kalis
vice president. Saturday a.m. Bai
Vltivah: Urine, son of Mr. and .Mrs.
Joseph Sternberg.
TEMPLE BETrTsHOLOM. 4144 Chaa.
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronian
Cantor Davlo Convleer.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: *"*;
baasador Cornea to Town. In oMarv-
ance of tht lit* annlveraary of the
UN Resolution eaUblishlng a Jewlah
State In Paleatlne. Saturday 10.<.,
am Bar Mltavah: Avrnm. aon of
Mrs. Ida Cohen.
TEMPLE B'NaTsHOLONI. 168081 NW
22nd ave. Conaervative. Rabbi
Sheldon Edwards. Cantor Ben Groaa
SYlda^' 8-15 n m. Sermon: "Cjod and
Srahr One_Shabbat will follow.
Thanki-RlvlnR Mjfaaire. sa r da > a
a.m. Sermon: Weakly Portion. Bar
Mltzvah' Irfon Maynard, son or .-nr.
in'd Mrs'. Raymond Waaanr ".
of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Cohen.
TBMPLK ISRAEL* 137 NE. 1thi at.
Reform. Rabbi Joaenh R. Narot
Cantor Jacob Borneteln .. .
Author's t*test B**t BtUtt-
TCMPLB JUDEA. S20 Palermo ave
TLlK R'bbl Morri. Skop. Canto-
ST& yir50and%^.arrTK^nf.e.d.
TMPLB NER T^MID. SOth at. .no
Temple Emanu-D Foundation School instituted
a unique procedure when students were feted
by parents and grandparents who attended a
special program marking the beginning of
the study of the Torah in Hebrew. Temple
Emanu-El sponsors a bi-cultural school for
children of the Foundation age from three to
five years old, and offers a fully-accredited
Hebrew and secular program for nursery, kin-
dergarten, and first and second grades, fol-
lowing the curriculum and standards set up
by Dade county. Left Jo right (top row) are
Miss Meira Moscovitz, second grade Founda-
tion School teacher. Franklin Horwitz, Ralph
Mizrahi, Norman Plotkin, Scott Kasdin, Abra-
ham Mandorf. Bottom row (left to right) are
Lee Fryd. Merril Sherman, Marti Harris, Ab-
bey Levine and Victoria Simon. Head Foun-
dation School teacher is Mrs. Miriam P. Annis-
feld. Director of education at Temple Emanu-
El religious school is Rabbi Bernard A. Muss-
man.
Miami Educator Meets Old Art Teacher;
Visits Memorial for Martyrs in Paris
A Miami Jewish educator, aiso
noted as a graphic artist, is back
from a trip to Israel, where he
visited his one-time art teacher.
Zvi Rosenkranz, who is on the
faculty of the Beth David religious
school, went to Israel last summer
to study the country, its people,
and education system.
Rosenkram is a 1931 graduate
of the art school in Kharkov
Russia. In 1941, the Germans
marched into Kharkov, shipped
Rosenkranz to the Kovner Ghet-
to in Lithuania, and then to
Dachu.
Because of his graphic art abili-
ties, he was kept working by the
Germans, managing to survive the
Nazi holocaust.
'"Anyway,' says Rosenkranz, "I
entered an antique shop in Jiru
salem during the summer, found
a familiar-looking customer, and
we began to talk."
The "familiar-looking customer"
turned out to be none other than
Israel's celebrated Mane-Katz, in-
ternationally renowned in the art
world, and Rosenkranz' former art
professor in Kharkov.
He invited me to his beautiful
home n Haifa atop Mt. Carmel,"
Rosenkranz said, "and a breath-
taking view it is there."
The home was built for Mane-
Katz by the City of Haifa under
the direction of Mayor Abba Hou-
shi. It will ultimately become an
art museum."
In all, Rosenkranz spent six
weeks in Israel, managing on his
return to stop over in Par's. "My
most thrilling experience there?
Officers who led Beth El Congregation to ite recent successful
mortqage-burning ceremony are (left to right) Abraham Chiel,
first vice president; Philip Berkowitz, president; Abraham Pep-
per, second vice president; and Hyman Chabner, treasurer.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff is spiritual leader._________________________
Tatum Waterway. Modr" T"d'
tional. Rabbi Euflene Labovltz. Can
tor Samuel Gomberg. .
l-'ridiv l:M ami S:l.". p.m. Sermon.
The Impediments to Truly Giving
Thanks." Saturday 8^to a.m.
TEMPLE SINaT*NO. MIAMI. 12100
NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Bennc
^D^'^ed^r;.^
tees: Kre.l Kosenthal and Charles
Ifcivett. ____ ____
SESBFLs sot
a"*. Har Mltsvah: Krvil.'!.*. "
V\ir" and M J Herbert lluxbaum
Shabkat. ___ ___
TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th .t.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb.
Friday 8.30 p.m. Sermon: "The Role
of the Woman In Jewish Life. Ban
Mltivah: Susan, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs It. lien Kamer. Oneg Shabbat
hosts: Mr. and Mrs. Ramer. Saturday
9 a m. Bar Mltivah: Dennis, aon of
Mr. and Mrs. H. Olivares.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. SBOO N. Miam'
ave Conservative. Rabbi Harry L.
Lawrence. Cantor Albert Qlantx.
Friday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "Welcome."
Saturday 9 a.m.
TORAH TEMPLE. 1284 Weat ave
Traditional. Rabbi Abraham Caaael
YOUNO ISRAEL. 16750 NE 10th ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTEB_ 44 Za
mora ave. Conservative. Rabni B.
Leon Hurwitx. Cantor Meyer Qiaaer.
Friday l)M p.a Sermon: "Youth and
GraUtude."
ZVI ROSENKRANZ
Visiting the Memorial to the Mar
tyred Six Million. This is a mag-
nificent site," Rosenkranz ex-
plained.
"In it are collected to the limit:
of the records available, the names
of those who have succumbed. The
memorial's authorities ask surviv
ors to send names and informa-
tion abouth others lost or dead .
'You know," he philosophized,
"thousands of Jews each year go
abroad, visit Paris, and never
bother seeing this memorial. It is
a pity ... I wonder where they're
really go'ng ."
Adult Series Due
At Beth Jacob
Beth Jacob Congregation will of-
fer a married couples' education
program on the second and fourth
Wednesday of each month begin-
ning in December.
Rabbi Tibor Stern, spiritual lead-
er, has prepared a series of eight
lectures on "Concepts of Juda-
ism." which will be presented in
English.
Topics include "Jewish Family,"
"Jewish Education," "Concept of
Prayer," "Messianic Israel," "Con-
cept of God," "Social Justice,"
"Concept of Morality," and "Con-
cept of Divine Law."
First lecture is scheduled for
Dec. 9. All will begin at 8 p.m.,
and are free of charge.
Rabbis Slated on TV
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, spirit-
ual leader of Beth David Congre-
gation, has returned from New
York, where he attended the Uni-
ted Synagogue convention at the
Concord hotel, Kiamesha, N.Y. He
will appear on the ch. 7 program,
The Still Small Voice," on Sun-
day at 10 a.m. Rabbi Rosenberg
has invited Rabbi Herschell Sa-
ville, of Miami Hebrew Congrega-
tion,'to join with him in a discus-
sion on "Thanksgivng."

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Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDilN
FridaY. No^mb*^
The Late Rabbi Brickner: Man of Exceptional Statute
PORTRAIT OF A RABBI. An Affectionate Memoir on the
Lif of Brntt R. -Brickner. By Samuel M. Silver.
125 pp. Cleveland, O.: Barnett R. Brickner Memorial
Foundation. S4.00.
A TRIBUTE TO one of America's great clergymen is
** this gracious memoir by Rabbi Samuel Silver >n honor
of his late associate. Rabbi Barnett R. Brickner. for thirty
lour years a leader of Cleveland Jewry and rabbi of the
Euclid Avenue Temple (now known as The Fairmount
Temple). A man of exceptional stature. Rabbi Brickner
was also a man of warmth and wisdom, of unusual hu-
manity and extraord nary education. One might ask Mi-
ami's Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. of Temple I-rail, who was
installM by him. or North Miami's Rabbi Benno Wallach.
Panorcpni:
who was inspired by him. what tort of a man he was; both
are mentioned tn this-Jxwk. ~ "
Although Rabbi Brickner is known as the man who
debated with Clarence Darrow and came out well ahead,
who duelled on rad'o with Father Coughlin. his greatest
accomplishments lie in the reform which he brought to
the Reform movement. When Brickner first appeared on
the national scene. Reform "was largely Inimical to Zion-
ism .. Ultimately, of course. Reform leaders recognized
the assertion that Jews had a right to live anywhere ought
to include Palest ne loo." Brickner was one of the leaders
of this metamorphosis, as in the removal of anti-Zionism
from the Union of American Hebrew Congregations.
Huhlinlits of the Brickner m nistry in Cleveland which
eventually influenced the Reform movement nationally
which the rabbi "tradiuW
g many of the cerea^r**!
_____________By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Beard Enough for All the American Rabbinate
I WAS READING an Israeli story about
' 0 '.. jr. the new IS. Ambas-
I, who apparcr.My is very
nuch 1 bed there. The story I read was
in need tCc about hi visit to B'nai
Brak. notrd all over Israel for its spec: I
religious character. Reid was at a ban-
luct there and admired the rabbi's
1 beard. It was large and flowingvery-
few like it are to be seen even in Israel, and Mr. Reid
jokingly remarked to the cha.rman quietly, that in Amer-
ica such a beard would suffice for a hundred rabbis.
Capitol SpotHgh: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
On Race Relations
Washington
THE AMERICAN NEORO is in-
creasingly aware of the rote
played by Jews in improving racial
relations.
Normalization of Negro atti-
tudes toward Jews is reflected in
magazines like "Ebony." This and
other Negro periodicals today
achieve a level of excellence that surpasses many-
Jewish publications.
A tendency existed in the Negro press to sym-
pathize with the Arabs as a colored" race confront
ed by the Israelis, a "white" race. There has also
been criticism of Israels handling of the integration
of North African Jews. Allegations were made of
a "color line" in Israel. But recent articles in Negro
periodicals reflect a growing objectivity It is en-
couraging to those seeking interracial harmony.
Ebony currently features a picture storv of an
American student at Hebrew University in Jerusa-
lem The student. | native of Ghana, won an Israeli
government scholarship The 22-year-old African
had never before seen a Hebrew book. He studied
Hebrew intensively and read everything he could
f;nd on Jewish history Today he is one of the top
students at the university As a botany major, he is
learning to combat Ghana's plant diseases.
Hesitant at first, the young African is now com-
pletely at homeeven in Jerusalem's synagogues
He has developed a fondness for the chanting of
the cantor and the traditional rituals. Popular on
the campus, he is drafted at student parties to per-
form the stirring martial dances of the Ashanti and
recount tales of his warrior ancestors.
According to Ebony, the student "earnestly ad-
mires Israel and the Israelis." He said "they are
the friendliest people I've ever known total
strangers stop me in town and shake my hand, de-
claring they're glad to see me here."
Ebony made a point of picturing the Negro's
social acceptance in Israel and depicted him in
friendly conversation with Jewish girls. He is also
shown with his Jewish roommate, preparing to at-
tend a university dance. He "never misses Friday
night dances" and feels "it just takes time to get
used to the idea that white girls are just people."
His acceptance is made to appear natural against the
background of the integration in Israel of people
from many lands.
Off the American scene. Ebony has lauded the
Brooklyn Jewish Hospital Boys' Chih as a "prescrip-
tion for delinquency." A low-income section of
Brooklyn surroundirg the hospital was the scene of
destructive youthful depradations. But the Jewish
hospital responded to the situation with love, creat-
ing an interracial club for the scores of small boys,
mainly Negro, who loitered in nearby alleys.
The boys were given minor duties around the
hospital grounds r longing. Funds came from Isidore Leviton. presi-
dent of the hospital. Sports activities, picnics, and
ether diversions were arranged by the hospital staff.
The transformation in the neighborhood amazed
social workers. The police precinct was pleasantly
astounded. A police captain reported "the hospital
property and the surrounding area is now an island
of hnmunity in a sea of delinquency."
l'l> in fairly recently, beards were large')- confined
to religious Jews and jrti-ts. Also Ernest Hemingway,
our tanm<'. American novelist, wore one.
Artisis cultivated beards perhaps to be distinctive or
because they thought it added to beauty. It was like the
lawn in front of your house. You don't just go out and
remove the grass. After all. whiskers are a kind of face
grass. The Jews of old seemed to have the idea that the
beard could be a beautiii:i thing. In the Talmud there is
a discussion on the psycnology of beards. One who has a
pointed beard is shrewd. The man with a large divided
beard is apt to be the stubborn domineering type whom
the whole world cannot budge.
Masculine beauty was associated with strength, and
the hair on the body showed virility. When Samson had
his hair cut, he lost his strength. Perhaps this accounts
for the fact that the Mid rash says that Haman was a bar-
ber. Evidently they didn't have much respect for the man
who cut your hair. Of course it may be that they con-
cluded that Haman was i barber because under him the
Jews were saved by a close shave.
Early America was clean shaven. Washington and
Jefferson wore no beards, but later, by the time of the
Civil War. everyone began sprouting whiskers. Jefferson
Davis. Lee. Grant and even Lincoln all cultivated beards.
Perhaps there is a rhythm that explains the wearing
of beards. However, it should be noted that while the men
of the Revolutionthe age of Washington and Jefferson-
wore no beards, they did wear wigs, so that they made np
for the hair cut from their chins by adding to the hatr on
their heads.
I had always ascribed Mr. Hemingway's attachment to
a beard to its association with manly strength, but in an
interview in the New York Herald Tribune recently, be
said the reason he wears a beard is that his skin is very
sensitive to razors.
Today the beard is staging something of a revival We
see this in the beatniks, and in Fidel Castro's revolution-
ary associates and all about us. There is. I think, much to
commend in this. Civilization which seems to many abou
to collapse over our beads, may be saved by its whiskers!
No doubt the practice of shaving really owes its
strength, when past the patriarchal stage, to the fact tha*
the male began to be envious of the smooth hairless female
of striving to make an asset of what we really are. all
strive to be the same thing Judging by the face today, if
weren t for a few wrinkles, which fortunately we can-
it
not remove, we could not distinguish between a boy or
girl, man or woman.
I wonder if shaving ,s not a contributing factor to the
mcreasing juvenile delinquency The beard* was a 1 neof
demarcation between the juvenile and the older person
The yeung are told to respect their elders, but bow can
they respect them when the elders confess by rSov""
every mark of age. that the young are superior Whv
be.rdd,h0.,,,he 0W 2"* to~Wi. theTage andTtne
beard th. goes with it' Is age which bring, experience
and knowledge something to be ashamed of "**"""*
Now u the time for all good men to think twice before
removing their whiskers-to ask themselvesYhe^tion
awarene^r **" "d 'eWld a ** ^loSi
Betrnt* Tew an* Me:
BORIS SMOUR
were the ways In
temple by .restorfng many of the ceremow
which Reform, "grown cold and austere m ,
style and in its outlook." had let slip -tv,
Hebrew in Reform services and the retm V*
of Reform's "new h&jL-
melodies are part
much to Rabbi Brickner.
His death on May 14. 1958. i. a cont'nuiM J
American Jewry. In the words of his eulofto7J5*l
Heller: "Our profession was bonrnYd andMS>"
through all hi, life He was convinc^ffi*
of the Jewish people was resident ln lls f,llk *T
natural rally'ng place was the synagogue th*
by ancient imprint and by continuing need
people, a people whose heart is a purpose"'ti
Rabbi Brickner's principles: his life wai hi, 1
them.

AS THE TWIG IS BENT. By Morris M.ndtl a.,
York: Jonathan David. $3.95.
Very d^appointing is Dr. M< rris M
everyday living." which lives up to neither its a tires n.rr its jacket blurb. The analyst, a dip! Alfred Adlcr Institute of Individual I'syeholoo i
counsel on parent-child relationships and varan*
problems of living wheh is unfortunately rreithi
pered by bad writing and a plethora of platitudes,
book is highly unorganized and characterized brthl
of superficiality one would hardly expect from a Int..
much less a skilled practioner of psycboloo Mis
ance.
Off ffct Iff, By NATHAN ZIP*]
A Missionary's Zeal
|Y GOOD FRIENO Rabbi Sat
'uel II. Silver who gave up ta>
porary preoccupation with Jen,
public relations for dedxaooe
Temple Sinai of Stamford, Con,
is widely known for hit stnidr
from-the-shoulder artieulatenesss
basic issues. His most recent *
nouncement on the cooversisat
unss in Judaism today gets this laymani
qualified hechsher though it stands up withott ta
endoraement.
In most recent years the Jewish community la
been treated to an outburst of pro-eonversn
preachments by seen of the rabbinical and layehu.
This writer, in articles in this column and ouar
publicatwns, has taken the view that the Khws
of proeelytnng, however sincere, were nuitikea a
purpose. We often question the propriety of setof
merchandise through promotion How much eat
improper is it then to embark on misiiooizm|i
faith?
Replying to inquiries from members of bis e
gregation on the establishment of missionary gnm
to invite non-Jews to become Jews, Rabbi She
said:
"Not only do I deplore the movement; I 1*
moan the attention given to it. True, it sussi
good headline, but newspapers interested in Kf
acy should add that those who promote this Hsv
represent an exceedingly tiny fraction of our peopk
"The reason most Jews shy away from this ef-
fort is that they agree that there can be many!***
to salvation, not just one. As a Jew I think aigby
of my faith, and I even think it is the best tors*
Others derive help and become fine indivjd*
through their own faith and. by and large. VW
are more comfortable in the faith of their M**,
"The proponents of missio mng point out
many a convert to Judaism has become n icW
temple worker. That is true. Some of my v*
Jewish friends are one-time non-Jews and J*J
but they entered Judaism voluntarily. "*
through the route of matrimony and the coirncti"
that one faith per family is enoigh."
B#nai BVith Puts the Accent on Youth Today
5a
JEWISH ORGANIZATIONS interested
m promoting Jewish culture among
American Jewish youth should follow
n- .w"CC.nent examP|' of the B'na*
v. v ll invention last week m
Newark. tne b^ B.mh *
out of its way to place the accent oc
? ,"? 5 *ckcd UP Pronoun^
ments of iu leaders on this subjecTX- -
and preparing it fo7the t*S^J!^*J'vuh
of American Jews must t?& ** *
Brith is to create an informed generaU^Z ? ** f "
aware of the essentials ot jErSTlSEE f .youn J*.
aD the rich meaning of JetuJTexn^ bt *
Brith leader-iip to lS^S?SSSil. 2LlS
by the Jewish youth, to that the young
understand the positive values which comprise *"
noble the Jewish tradition.
The
mum
"he B'nai B'rith youth program also e,lm3Sr|f(l(g*
ity responsibility and strives to train the y* ^
to resist the egocentric pressures which '"TTUll
In this work the B'nai B'rith leaders seek ,0 "jpl
young people a synthesis of the best of the it*'" nr]
Amerxan heritage. Naturally, in implemeatui ^i
gram, the B'nai B'rith b confronted by ^J^ssf
stacles which have consirteatly stymied all ;**
cators.
However, with every year the Impart ^
<-o** stronger and stronger. This is du' jw*^
high priority which the B'nai Brith vt,^Lg0*]
activities, and secondly, to the enwrgetie "f*^,tsJ
ich men as Philip Khitztuck and Label A. W ^g,
wives come from the ranks of the organiM"00 ^


t, November 27, 1959
-JeHlstifhrldBan
LEGAL NOTICC
Page 15-A
|e circuit court of the
tnth judicial circuit of
_5rida in ano for dade
IoUNTY. If* CHANCERY,
No. 59C1C083
]IA NATHANS) IN,
, her busbana,
my s.w}UkXauti^ >
n miffs,
_/ A. BROCK
KLL1B RAY BROCK,
k a
UK RAK BROCK,
el.'InialHS.
hOT CE OF .PUBLICATION
IAMBS a. BROCK
|2-'l N.W. 154th street
jade County, Florida
ARR HEREBY NOTIFIED
Complafcit for Mortgage Foce-
pv ha* been filed again.! you.
oil are required to nerve a copy
>iii lUtlr or pleading to the
Ualnt on, plaintiffs' attorney, M
'BERLINER, Suite 1404, Hl-
lijlldlng, Miami, Florida; and
111.- ..ilginal answer fir pleading
Office of the Clerk of the Clr-
ourt on or before the 4th day of
Dber, 1939. If you fall to do ao.
Bent by default will be taken
^i you for the relief demanded
Be t 'omjdalnt.
INK AND ORDERED at Miami.
thia 2nd day of November,
E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
cuit Court, Dade County, Florida
|j By: JOAN SNEKDEN.
Deputy Clerk.
11/6-13-20-27
-THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
kvENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
Florida in and for dade
[county. in chancery,
NO. 59C106OS
BIS SIEGLER.
Tlalntlff,
LEN SIEGLER.
efendant.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
HELEN SIEGLER
137 Bast *7th Street
\. w York, N.Y.
br ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
j,i Hiilt for Divorce has been filed
Eiim you In the above atyled Court.
[oi ARE REWI'IKE1> to serve a
yiur Answer or other plead-
b* unpn Plaintiff's attorney, AR-
]'. 7j. (JOVrLIEB. 820 N.E. Bee-
I Avi-mie. Miami. Florida, ami to
the original Answer In the o
fill.- Clerk of the above styled
111. on ur before the ISth day of
>. list, otherwise, the allega-
- of the Complaint will be taken
f< MiifeitHt-d by you.
b.\TE|i at .Miami, Florida, thin 4th
of November, 1959
i: B. UEATHHRMAN, Clerk,
tircult Court, Dade County, Florida
pi- By: K. M. L^ MAN.
Deputy Clerk
li/i-it-to-n
&mito
BY HENRY LEONARD
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVHN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious naj
8ANDRINA OR MIAMI at 316. N.W.
Mth Street, Miami. Forlda Intends
WneglsUir saWnttme Nrlrtentlf ClAt*
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
TUW EMBROIDERY WORKS*,
INC. Milton Tow, 1'resident
MARVIN I WIENER
1111 Alnsley Bldii. .Miami 32. Fla.
Attorney for Bandrtna of Ml.mil
________________________11/13-20-27, 12/4
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CANDEE cam: VARIETIES at 17800
Collins Avenue. Miami Beach. Fla..
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
TOMAQ c. (a Fla. Corp.)
Irving M. Finn
11/13-20-27. 12/4
"And for making this Bar Mttzvah day possible,
I should like to thank my dear parents, my
sister and brother, my beloved Hebrew teacher,
Mr. Boyarsky, and my devoted psychiatrist, Dr.
MacDonald."
Cf. ft*. In* r.nn.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
AZIi: OF MIAMI at 490 North Bast
112th Street, Miami 38. Florida In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
' ROBERT B. FRAZER
CLYDE E. FOSTER, JR.
Attorney for Robert E. Eraser
11/20-27.12/4-11
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS! *
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We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
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LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under th' fictitious name of
JOHN'S AI'TO RADIATOR SERVICE
.ii ::l'7i n w. Mth street, Miami ln-
tends to r.-yister said n.tme with the
Clerk of Hi.- Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
DAVELIN, INC.
HENRY Norton
Attorney for Applicant
1406 Blscayne Building
11/6-13-20-27
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
, THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
LEVENTH judic.al circuit of
|F! orida in and for dade
1 COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No, 59C10375
M'.EUT ALTON BISHOP
Halntlff
pANDA, I.oCISE BISHOP
Defendant.
, SUiT FOR DIVORCE
A: AMANDA LOUISE BISHOP
B'oii are hereby notified that a Bill
[complain* 'or Divorce has been
d against you, and you are re-
Ri.-d to serve a cepy of your Answer
I Pleading to the Bill of Complaint
, the plaintiff's Attorney. Martin s.
fx< n. L'JO Seventy-first Street. Mi-
>i Bench; Florida and file the orig-
* I Answer or Pleading In the office
!the Clerk Of the Circuit Court on
before the 7th day of December.
d'j. II you fall to do so. Judgment
5 default will be taken against you
the relief, demanded In the Bill
Complajnt.
Tlii* notice shall be published once
Ich \v,ck for four consecutive weeks
I THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
En-Ida, this 4th day of November.
Ll> 1H&9. ,
J E R. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
.,,1) By: JOAN SNEEI'EN.
Deputy Clerk
11/6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Noli 'i: IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the mi desiring to engage in
business under the lictttlom ntune of
Goubaud d* Paris ai 54S Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach intends to r.-i-i.r sa'.d
name ith the Clei k of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
LILLIAN BRANDT, IMC.
a Fla. Corp.
El.I BREQEB
Atioine for AppU< ant
120 Lincoln Road
11/6-13-20-27
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 59C 9274
ELINOR L. LL'L'EWICH.
Plaintiff,
JOSEPH LUCEWICH,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Yon, JOSEPH LUCEWICH. Corner
of Carlock Avenue and Ilrace Avenue,
Perth Amboy, New Jersey, are re-
quired to file your answ. r to the eom-
plalnt of divorce with the Clerk of
too above Court and serve a copy
thereof upon Herman Cohen, Attor-
ney. 1305 Congress Building. Miand.
F.orlda, on or before December T,
1959 or else complaint will be taken
as confessed. Dated November 3rd,
l>Si' E. B. LEATHERN AN, Clfi*.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(seal) By: JOAN SNEKDEN,
( Deputy Clerk
11/6-13-2U-27
notice by publication
r the circuit court of the
Ileventh judicial circuit of
florida in and for dade
county. in chancery,
No. 59C104M ___
PSEPH CHARLES SHAFRAN EX
Plaintiff
IbERMA MARY 8HAFRANEK
D. f.ndanl _____
8UIT FOR DIVORCE
fO: THERESA MARY SHAFRANEK
34 Wilton Avenue
Norwalk, Connecticut
.You THERESA -MARY SHAHtA-
IKK are hereby notified that "Bill
k Complaint for Divorce has been
led against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Answer
If Pleading to the Bill of Complaint
In the plaintiff's Attorney. Leonard
L Klmball. 12589 HUcnyne Blvd..
Sorth Miami, Florida and file the
Irlginal Answer or Pleading In the
fcffi.-e of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
In or before the 9th day of December
|9Mi. If you fall to d> so, Judgment
i> default wilTbe Uken against you
or the relief demanded In the Bill
V Complaint. ... .
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
"Wide, this Ind day of November.
' 195- .
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
Iseal) By: JOAN 8NBEDEN,
Deputy Clerk.
LEONARD L. KIMBALL
it:\Vt Biscay ne Blvd.
North Miami, Florida
ttorney for Plaintiff n/,.11.a>.87
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
i NOTICE 1st HEREBY OIVEN that
Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage In
Visinesa under the fictitious namesi of
ASl'AL-AIRE, LTD. and FON-
"AINEHLEAC MEN'S SHOP at Dade
County Intends to register said name
fith the Clerk of the Circuit Court
bf I>ade County, Florida. ..._..,_
1- FASHIONS
li>R MEN LTD. INC
A. M. Bernstein. President
-fAI.IANOFF WALLER
lAtloineya M
U/8-1J-20-27
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREIIY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
bualnees under the tlclMowwin*
BROWARD vision BERVW-stMJ
N. Federal Highway. H. '-.uderdale
Ela., intenda to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Bade County. Klonda. U)MARD
I1EIGEL TE1TELMAN
Attorneys for Applicant
901 Blacayne BUf. n/<.,3.20-2T
To Import
Jap Products
In an effort to compete with
these lower-cost products, Stan-
dard and Poor's reports that nu-
merous domestic radio manufac-
turers recently completed arrange-
ments to import substantial quan-
tities of components (particularly
transistors) from Japan.
Strong Recovery
For obvious reasons, the appli-
ance industry was one of the fields
hardest hit by the prolonged steel
strike, and numerous manufactur-
ers were forced to cut production
because of inability to acquire de-
sired quantities of steel.
Fortunately for the industry,
sales of both large and small ap-
pliances in the first nine months of
1959 ran comfortably ahead of
year-earlier total. As in the case
of television sets, a major portion
of the gain was attributable to re-
placement of older units, reflecting
increased consumer incomes and
greater confidence in the general
economy that prevailed during the
recent recession.
In the case of air conditioners.
Standard and Poor's indicates that
sales also were aided importantly
by an unusually warm and pro-
longed "summer."
As a result of these gains, sales
of most appliance manufacturers
in 1959 should be reported signifi-
cantly higher than in the preced-
ing year. In view of continued
strong consumer demand, sales
should experience sharp recovery
upon resumption of normal steel
deliveries to appliance makers.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
bualneen under the fictitious.name of
DADE RECORDS at number 4701 M\V
2 Avenue In the City of Miami, Flor-
ida intends to register the said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 17th
day of November, 1959.
MARLIN RECORD CORPORATION
EUGENE I.EMI.ICH
Attorney for Appllcan..^^ ^^
LESAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PySh'.CTATrl2NTHE
in THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA I* ANO FOR OADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 59C 6429
STELLA ItEHAR.
Plaintiff.
SIMON BEJLVR,
Defendant.
EUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Simon Behar,
aoSJ Urand Avenue.
Attorney. HtK Ihiii ;,.... 39 Klor-
Pleading in the ottlcerf tto Urcu
C""rt ,n 'ia9 H vou fall .0 do .0.
December, lo9 ">"",., bt. taken
L .w ..r four conecutne "
SfiLrvnte
A-D' EMB. LBAT.1ERMAN. Clerk
Cho5l 1 Vckjr!
OomI. penury Clerk.
HERBERT C. 7.EME1.
Attorney for Plaintiff u/s.1S.S>-27
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
OEVERAL CARPETS at S5 North
Eatt 2Mh Street. North Miami. Flor-
ida intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Hade CounO^Florhla.^ mahbr
Sole Owner
CLTDE E. FOSTER, JR.
Attorney for William j "jjRwMi
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
1: A. M INDCSTRIAL AND TRAIL-
ING COMPANY at 5S60 N E. 2nd
Avenue, Miami, Florida Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
OCSTAV R MAYER
WELLISCH. DOUGHERTY & ZAIAC
Attorneys for Oustav R. Mayer
il 20-27, 12/1-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
buelnesa under the fictitious- name of
TEXAS TOTEM DIVERSIFIED IN-
VESTMENTS at 11S23 Blscayne Blvd.,
Miami, Dade County, Florida, Intends
to resistor said name with the Clerk
f Hi.- Clroult Court of Dad.- County,
Florida.
TEXAS TOTEM DIVERSIFIED
INVE8TMEN
MAL8PBI8 A BAKER
Attorney* for Texas' Totem
I >h erstlled Investments
; 1 :'"-_':, 12/1-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JTJDIC AL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 59C1044
JOHN' c. AI1EAR, and ADA G.
ABEAR, his wife,
Plaintiffs,
vs.
ELLA M. MILLER, etc ct al.
Defendants.
ORDER TO APPEAR
To; Ell:i M Miller. If single and If
married then she and her husband
whose names are unknown. If living
and If dead their unknown heirs, de-
visees, legatees or grantees, Almee
I. I. Scott, and J. M. Scott, 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 wife. 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, credit* trustees, or other
naitles Whether natural or corporate,
claiming Interest] by through under
or against said parties defendant or
otherwise, and also all persons having
or claiming any Int-rests in th. fol-
lowing described lands, situate, lying
and being In Dade County. Florida,
to"L0t 7. Block, t, TWELFTH
STREET MAN6RS, 3rd SECTION,
a Subdivision according to the Flat
thereof recorded In Plat Book 6.
at Page 162 of the Public Records
of Dade Coiintv, Florida.''
YOU AND EACH OF YOU. are
hereby required to serve a copy of
v..ur answer to the Complaint to
Quiet Title on plaintiff's Attorney
802 Calumet Bldg., Miami. Fla.. on
or before the 7th day of December,
19S9, and file the original with the
Clerk of this Court otherwise the
allegations of said complaint will be
taken as confessed by you and eacn
I>aled this Srd day of November.
m*" a B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
Deputy Clerk
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
FLORIDA SUNSHINE ESTATE at
13715 Blscayne Boulevard, Miami,
Florida Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
I.YNJAY. INC.
a Fla. Con>.
LAURENCE DISK1N
Attorney for Owners
H10 N.E. 103rd Street]i/2^i2/4_u
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business undei the fictitious name of
RONDEN ENTERPRISES at 730 1st
Ay... Miami Beach, Fla., intends to
register said name with the Clerk or
Ircult Court of Dade County,
""AMERICAN ERCIT PURVEYORS
INC.. a Florida corporation
By: Harry Sturm, President
TA1.1ANOIE A WALLER
"tonWi ,1/6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name or
V LEW .. ASSOCIATES at
11.M Lincoln Road, Miami Beaolt,
[Via Intends to register said name
with the clerk of the Circuit 1 oart
of Dade County. Florida.
MARRY LEVY
ARTHUR O. aOTTLTEB
Attorney for Applicant
m NK "* *V* 11/6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage Jo
KM.lni.ss under the fictitious name of
FA.i"r< R""RESORT SHOP at 441
Arthur 0,-ifrew Road Intends tor>
^C^R^W.&*
"* WI^AM ?,r/Wi7N12/4
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
COLLECTION BUREAU OF AMER-
ICA at 1784 NE. 183rd Street. North
Miami Beach, Florida. Intends to reg-
ister said name with the^ Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
"%. C. FRU8C1ANTE **?<**
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 59C 3682-K-Prunty
A8BNATH FRISHMAN,
Plaintiff,
BEYMOUR FRISHMAN.
In"oT|'cE>,'OF PUBLICATION
TO: SEYMOUR FRISHMAN
IVfendant
:,ll North 14th Street
Las Veiras N.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that the Final Decree of Divorce
dated August 3, 1959 entered In the
boots styled cause has been set a_side
and that the plaintiff, ASENATM
FRISHMAN. has been permitted to
til.- this new Notice of Publication
reinstalling said suit. Yojl are ur-
tli.r notified that an Amended Bill of
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
against vou In this cause and you are
hereby required to serve a copy of
roar Answer or other pleading to said
Amended Bill of Complaint on plain-
tiff's attorney, MILTON A. PRIgD-
MAN, 1111 Alnsley Bulldlnir. Miami
32 norida, and file the original with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 7th day of December, 1.>9.
or Judgment by default wllI be taken
against you. You are hereby further
notified that said Amended Bill of
Complaint also prays for title to the
following described property to be-
come vested solely In your plaintiff,
ASENATH FRISHMAN: Lot 9. Block
2 CRYSTAL VIEW, according to the
Plat thereof, as recorded in Plat Book
12 at Page 47 of the Public Records
of Dade County, Florida: also known
as 8550 Crystal View Court, Miami,
Dade County, Florida. A,v.-
DATED this 30th day of October,
1959, at Miami. Dade County. Florida.
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade county, Florida
fseal) By: K. M. LYMAN.
(seal) Deputy Clerk.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Plaintiff
Till Alnsley Bldg.
Miami 32, Florida
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Couples' Son
Mokes Discovery
The son of a Miami educator is
making news again He :s Dr E
P Goldberg. supervisor of ad-
vance dielectrc development at
the Xe Produce Petelopmenj
Laboratory of General Electric in
safcawaa Falls. N Y.
Dr. Goldberg was instrumental
in the success of Lexan r<
GE's now erecting a commercial
plant for the manufacture of the
mem product on a ISO-acre site
the Ohio River in Indiana.
The youthful s the son
of Rev and Mrs. George Goldberg.
2M0 SW lh st. Miam H.s ;fe.
Frances, at the daughter of Mr
and Mrs Reuben Blaustem. 1890
SW i*th ter.
Diplonat, Singer
Due at Bond
Tribute Sunday
eadutg soprano U1 S*
goat entertainer at the dinner of
tribute honoring Rabbi Yaakov
R.vvonbcrc and Congregation Beth
Davd on Sunday even.ng at Miami
Springs Villas
Harry Gordon, chairman of the
dinner arrangements committee,
und Sidnev M. Aronovitx. president
f the congregation, said that Sbo-
shana Shoshan. who attracted the
music world's attention when she
made her operatic debut as the
leading soprano of the Israel Na-
tional Opera in Tel Aviv, u.ll pro-
vde vocal entertainment at the
dmner.
AKo comma to Mieav for the
aTlnrT" will be Dr. Abraham Bh
ran, director af erwwsHee affairs
m the lraal Minisrry far Foreipn
Affairs. Or. Biran will make a
spac al presentation an behalf a*
rha State af Israel to Rabbi Ros-
enberg and CongreeAtian Bath
David far "outstanding service
to Israel's economic progress
through Israel Bonds."
Shoshana Shosan's debut
cess with the Israel National Op
era won rave notices from the
ceess was tmmed;
ately followed by a series of con
Cedars Over $400,000 Mark
After on? week of campaigning.
the Cedars of Lebanon Hospital
building fund exceeded $400,000
The sum was pledged against a
goal of O.4W.000. The gifts were
1 received from sources.
Co-chairrr.cn Abe Aronovitx and
Sam Luby expressed enthusiasm
over "the quick response" at a re
port meeting on Thursday night.
"We have every reason te hope
far a successful campaign baaed
an these early return* whan yau
consider that our ratal eeekita- |
t en r will exceed 4,*M ajrea ]
pacts." Aronavitx noted. "This is
an unqualified awaaenitratenn af I
confidence in
niwoscoaa {
py Riom,
K}tf^ H. fog, p,
P'talHv Shop,
Consultation ]
Room
SMOUf An a awVflMM
made appearances on the major
television network shows. Her out-|
standing performances resulted in
anwanwan for personal appearances (
all over the United States and Can-
ada.
$>e has appeared at Carnegie
Hall. Town Hall. Madison Square
Garden, and as soloist with the
Symohony of the Air, and w th
me WMnember New Yark Phil-
harmonic Orchestra.
An interesting aspect of Shosha'
na Sh.is.tans career is that. .\ik
Included in the gifts was a pledge
for $100,000 from the Ladies' Aux-
iliary of the hospital This sum will
endow the Hospitality Shop and
the Maternity Wing.
A number of other units have
already been dedicated 'n the new
hospital. They include the Lobby
Lounge. Minor Surgery Room.
soloist, she is sought after by col-
leges and universities a< a ading
cert and rsdio appearances which being recognized as an operatic
rocketed her to national prom
nence.
The Metropolitan Opera star.
Jan Peerc*. on a concert tour ot
Israel, heard Miss Shoshan sing
and encouraged her to come to
America where she now has per-
manent residence."
On her arrival in New York, sh?
interpreter of her native Israel'
art and folk songs.
A highlight of the dinner of trib-
ute Sunday night win be the pre-
sentation of the flag of the City of
Jerusalem to Congregation Beth'
David ai a synthetic gesture of Is-
rael's appreciation of the support
which the congregation has given
to the Israel Bond program.
A separate woswj,
committee is beadsta]
Lotterman. ud
Mrs. Morris R l
The 14.250.000 a-,
nity hospital win ^ ,
part of the new Mea
ical Center Ground i*
Nov. 8. and actual .
w'll begin in tat mt\
Plans call for a
structure will fata,
air-connitionin| w ith I
room control tad tat |
innovations in
lion.
latke Perry JU.
fanshinc Rebektkl
have a latke par;
tag a: the Works
ttorium. 25 WasaingteJ
Gurion Hopes for Peace;
Sees Military Test Ahead
Continued from Pi
1
parties need not prevent coopera-
tion the Prime Mnuster said. He
added that he deplored election
smears hich "were shameful and
damaging to the workers' um'v
The letter was seen in some quar-
feaa a. a new bid to Acbdut Avo-
dah to take part m the next coali-
tion.
Meanwhle. the Prime Minister
continued his talks aitii part] lead
ers for a new coalition, and met
with leaders of the left-w.ng Ma
pam with whom he discussed
among other coalition questions
that of c Cabinet responsi-
bility of ail coalrtoo partners.
It was learned that the Prune
Minister had again failed to per
suade Mrs Golda Me.r to continue
as Foreign Minister in the ne*
government Authoritative sour-
ces said Mrs. Meir's dec sioa conM
be considered final H was given
to Mr. Ben-Gunon at a private
meeting. Mrs. Meir who will con-
tinue public service as a member
of Knesset. Israel's Parliament
ay be succeeded by Abba Ehanl
Israel's former Ambassador to the
United awn
The urtra-Oiwiidua Agudat Is-
rael and Poalo Agudat Israel re-
*t**d a *aoai aid to icnn n the
nort coalman. Acting an direc
ties af the iaint Aajwdeh Su-
preme Reiigcows Council, Csaolei
Hatarah. party leaders said they
could m* accept the invitation.
In announcing the reject on. a
party spokesman cited a recent
meeting M Agudah party leaders
with Mr. Beo-Gurion at which sev-
eral conditions were submitted as
a basis for Agndah's parttctpaUoo
in the next govenunent. These r*
portedh inc'uded a demand for i
rational ant. pig law. tighter ob-
servance of the present Sabbath
law and approval of dissection of
corpses eauy tor criminal ineesti-
ratienj.
The Agudah stand virtually efam-
inated possibilities of a small co-
aut oe of Mapaa with the Agudah
Parties, the Progressines and the
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The Charles Fruchtmans, their bags packed
wafttfig at their Flamingo pi. hbrhe for a long dis-
tance call from their son and daughter-in-law in
Toledo, O. Although this will be the Frucht-
mans' eleventh grandchild, they're as nervous and
excited as they were for the first ... Mr. Frucht-
man is this year's guest of honor at the Yeshiva
dinner Dec. 27 at the Fontainebleau .
aJph Klines and children Lori and Kerry back from a trip
Miss., where they visited their son, Matthew Aaron, who
Air Force Matthew's a graduate of Jackson High, and
fthe University of Florida for a year before entering ser-
^The family lives at 1031 NE No. River dr. .
nd Mrs. David Ponve, 5915 Pine Tree dr., postcarding-it
prid to Mrs. Anne Padawer that they expect to be home
in December The Ponves have been touring Europe
Bust.

ody want a batch of addressed letters from Copenhagen?
cross out Grace and Burton Goldstein's name Grace
mail them, finding the bundle in her suitcase when the
npacked at home Incidentally, while abroad, they
and Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes in Tel Aviv and then again
lesc costumes with hats that were lampshades and could
Iwon first prize at the party for Dr. and Mrs. Max Gratz
fy were on their cruise .
Krone in the bakery shop buying a Danish to take into
My shop for munching while here hair dried Telling
(bout the cruise she and Chester were going to take on
Ico C .
}ic Jacobson proud of her Chazz, publicity director of the
Miami Jewish Federation President Sam Heiman
a national award from San Francisco that Charlie's
ent won at the 28th general assembly of the Council of
federations and Welfare Funds .
gony: Pert, undergraduate-looking Sue Stevens Hus-
says she's house cleaning and hates to part with any-
[Bar Mitzvah of Fred L. Buxbaum, of Hialeah, is the occa-
reception to be given by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herb
1, at Michel's restaurant on Saturday evening .
sg out-of-town guests are Fred's maternal grandparents,
! Mrs. Zachary Saltzman, and" aunt Fern, of Brooklyn, N.Y.;
grandmother, Ifts. Frftda 'Buxbatmt, Mr. and Mrs. Harold
and family, and William Szidon, all of New York; and
Mrs. Irv Buxbaum, of Massapequa, L.I.

[the Birth Front: A son, Andrew Harris, born to Mr. and
rome (Louise) Soowal on Nov. 9 at Broward County Cen-
tal .. .
Irew joins sisters, Allison, 7, Wendy, 3, and Lynn Ann, 2 ,
Is Nov. 15 at the Soowal home, 3125 SW 15th st., Ft. Lauder-
pth Rev. Abraham Seif officiating .
Prnal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Soowal, of
t>od Maternal grandfather is Harry Einhorn, of Miami
tome is a Florida state horticulturist Louise is a past
[of the Ft. Lauderdale B'nai B'rith chapter, and a Sunday
I teacher.

i the memory of women women .. women ... All rush-
ut the Eden Roc and Fontainebleau for the joint national
?s of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations and
Federation of Temple Sisterhoods ...
Leopold Schwartz and Mrs. Aaron Kanner everywhere at
. Mrs. Harold Spaet, Mrs. Rita Greenwood, and Miss Sue
itz marching about with pots of flowers .
Hyman Kaplan busy with pages Mrs. Martin Fine
kg in lovely yellow .
[Mrs. Aaron* Fair's transportation desk, Mrs. Inez Krensky
to Elmer and Dorothy Mayer, of Dayton she went to
[with them ... Mr. and Mrs. David K. Marks, East Orange,
Ight in the picture, too she's an AEPhi, along with Inez
prothy ...
[the Hospitality Room, Mrs. Sidney Rosenberg, Mrs. Burg-
pteiner and Mrs. Richard Bergman serving juice and talking
ood .
Fontainebleau, Mrs. Samuel Gertman and friends talk-
but National Council of Jewish Women in the midst of the
on of two other conventions .
Leon Kronish greeting everyone Mrs. Morris Dorf
pnds will remember her as former Miamian Nora Holley
at every step .
r-. Charles Feinberg and her cousin, Rabbi Eugene J. Lip-
bf Gotham Town, in family talk He's the author of
N and Judaism."
Ml M .
re hundred turning out Tuesday to say farewell to Greater
^Jewish Federation executive director Dr. Benjamin B.
f rg, wife Mickey, and their two sons ... Gay pink and
Jpastels of the ballroom at the Seville contrasting with the
serious mood of so many friends eager to wish Ben and
1 well but really sorry to see them go Names made
F-s. top community leaders and socialites among guests ...
per for a round dozen at the George Cohens' South Miami
[Thanksgiving Day, followed by quartets violin, piano,
tllo if anyone's able to bow or blow after the turkey.
Jewish Floridian
Miami, Florida. Friday, November 27, 1959
Section B
Area chairmen of the Women's Division for
State of Israel Bonds discuss their roles in
preparation for the Diplomat Ball welcoming
Israel's new Ambassador to the United States,
Avraham Harman, Saturday evening, Dec. 5,
at the Fontainebleau hotel. Seated (left to
right) are Mrs. Miriam Press, South Shore
Planning their annual membership brunch are these Hebrew
Academy Women. The brunch will take place at the Fon-
tainebleau hotel on Wednesday noon, Dec. .9. Seated (left
to riqht) are Mesdames Sam Reinhard, Joseph Shapiro, pres-
ident, Hebrew Academy Women, and Julius Rosenstein. Stand-
ing are Mesdames Leo Reinhard and Jack Gerson.
Miami Woman Gets Top Award
A Miami woman was named
winner in a nationwide contest
sponsored by the National Feder-
ation of Temple Sisterhoods.
Mrs. Jack Levkoff, of Temple
Israel of Greater Miami, was pre-
sented with the award at the 22nd
biennial assembly of the women's
arm of the Union of American He-
brew Congregations at Miami
Beach.
Mrs. Levkoff wrote the script for
"Days and Our Yesterdays," and
won the award in the "Mother-
Daughter" category
The script-writing contest was
aimed at providing inspir'ng, edu-
cational and entertaining pro-
grams for the National Federation
of Temple Sisterhoods. The ma-
terial covered every area of Sister-
hood activity with Jewish or re-
lig'ous subjects as major themes.
Nineteen awards were announc-
ed at the Miami Beach conclave
where more than 4,000 delegates
from 600 Reform temples in the
Western Hemisphere met in the
largest convention in the history of
any Jewish organization.
chairman; Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, hon-
orary chairman of the Women's Division; Mrs.
Abram Fox, Brickell area chairman; Stand-
ing (left to right) are Mrs. Robert Perlman,
Venetian Islands chairman; Mrs. Tobias
Simon, Keystone Island chairman; and Mrs.
Leo Gelvan, Hialeah chairman.
'Back to School1
At Beth Sholom
Monday Evening
The PTA and board of education
of Temple Beth Sholom of Miami
Beach will present its annual Open
House for parents and grandpar-
ents on Monday evening in the
Temple Auditorium, according to
Mrs. Samuel Hirsch, president, and
Eli Katzin, chairman of the school
board.
The "Back-to-School Night" pro-
gram will take the form of a
"school circle." Parents will meet
teachers and review curriculum,
methods and goals of the class-
room.
The group will also explore vital
questions of Jewish education such
as "What Answer Do We Give Our
Children?" and "What is the Role
of Bar Mitzvah in Jewish Educa-
tion?"
Discussion will be led by the
Temple's spiritual leader. Rabbi
Leon Kronish, and its director of
education, Herbert C. Bloom. Rep-
resenting the faculty of the pri-
mary grades are Mrs. Herbert C.
Bloom, Mrs. Joseph Grunwald,
Mrs. Milton Sussman, Mrs. Edythe
Geiger, Mrs. Morton Maisel, Mrs.
Dorothy Sponder and Lloyd Sloan.
Representing t h e elementary
school department are Edward
Kreisberg, Philip Mann, Nettie
Goldstein, Dr. Morton Maisel, Ger-
ald Koppelle and David Shelist.
Representing Junior High are Da-
vid Platt, Sol Lichter, Philip Mann
and Nettie Goldstein.
The program committee for the
function consists of Mrs. Murray
Gilden, program chairman; Mrs.
Irving Kushman, chairman of the
evening; Mrs. Marvin Meitus and
Mrs. Marty Kleiman, in charge of
refreshments and hospitality.


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CORSAGl FOR YOU
Does mother want t<> I |
more*?'" '-'' 'nan ev"
ih' iMtMtot of her aen's Bar
,h or daughter's Baa
Mitsvah? "Onrssfe fr Y->."
;i bn f oat urc announced
ihi> week by The JswlM
Floridlan, now rnai
Mblf fr mother to hive her
lovely corsa ge free of
in irg*. See rtory, I
nd Bar Mitzvah columns,
Page *B.
New Club Being
Formed on Beach
Club Elath of the Greater Miami
Council of Pioneer Women will
hold a charter membership meet-
ing Wednesday evening at the Mi-
ami Beach Federal Savings and
Loan Assn., Lincoln rd.
Mrs. Mir.on Green. Council pres-
ident, will narrate a film. ,-A Day
in Jerusalem Kindergarten." at
the gathering of the English speak
iafl club now in the process of for-
mation.
\tr> Eva Levenson is in charge
of the group's choral group.
Planning paid-up membership party cf Miami Beach Council
of B nod B'r:ih Women at the Deauviile hotel Monday evening
are (standing] Mis. Alfred Reich, fust vice president of Dis-
tr;c: 5 and Council advisor. Seated (left to right) are Mrs.
m Eugene V. Mnbarshlp chairman; and Mrs. Joseph Feld-
man. prcgrcm chairman.
B6 CcLncii Membership Fete
Mapping out plans for her
region in the forthcoming
United Fund Good Neighbor
drive is Mrs. Leo Ackerman,
1384 SW 18th st.. who is re-
cruiting volunteers to cover
a neighborhood block in the
Jan. 10 county-wide drive.
Bcba Idelson Club will hold an
Oasf Shabbat on Saturday after-
noon at the home of Mrs. Jacob
Cassow. 7Z29 Trouville Esplanade.
Mrs Her-hel Vanish is in charge. 4nRtfaf MembtrsklD Party
The cluh will honor its president.
Mrs Isaac Offcnhenden. at a lun-
cheon and card part> \\
mH>n at the Alfl ri botsL Proceeds
are for the Moetret Hapo.ttot.
Sisterhood of Southwest Jewish
Coster held its annual paid up
membership party Tuesday i
ning at the Center.
PTASodj
Wedne,
rt^nt-Tf^,
Tmp!e Emano-ni
M"0nrVitris!JI
"' hlighting gJ
an informal <|jm
and Mrs. Irvine
"al program ^n
Cantor Israel Heaj.!
In addition t (U
entation, the FTAj
display its en^.
Chanuka
games.
Holsum
Trcphy
Jodean P. Cask, i
sm Bakers, ftm_
th?t Bolsaa Bikmi
fatal won ij,,
f r Holsua Breai
T^r W t. Lea^
noting "'he t.tfaatj
bread.'" symbolua am
of bakery prohxtiii]
throughout the IsM
i Canada compete.
TV trophy is
basis of superior i
brands of bread tea1
> especiaaj'
that sen.
said that .
mint ackaovlcdgsi
- to our raeaasa
have he'petlttl
or to us a;ain ta*|
" tj f

Mr- A- vies
preaidtnt ot District 5 and advisor
to the Council Vrs Eugene Vent.
Tiemtvr- :rman. and Mrs.
Joseph Feldman. program chair-
man, arc in charge of arrange-
ments
Entertainment 1U tw by Miami
Beach. Nafta Bhorc, Mcnorah,
Chai. and Harmony chapters.
v.,\ t D
I
dent of District 5. B'nai I
B, aril] be among honored
Board meetings will be held by
the f> chapters of the Mi
ami Beach Council next week:
ihai chapter. Tuesday. 8 p.m..
at the Lucerne hotel.
North Shore. Wednesday. 10
a m. at the Carillon h
Miami Beach. Thursday. 10
a.m.. at the Miami Beach Federal
bldg.. Lincoln rd.
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COMMUNITY
SERVICE
OP
of Miami's top women's organizations form a Com-
Service Council to provide an army of volunteers for
Fund and the Combined Jewish Appeal. Shown with
lilton Sirkin (second from right), a vice president of the
ition of Jewish Women's Organizations, are Mrs. George
i, Mrs. Manuel Burstein and Mrs. David Vender. Mrs.
predicted a record recruitment drive from the 117 worn-
roups in FJWO to support this area's two major fund
Eggnatz Will Speak Teusday
Eight Divisions of Council of Jewish
Women Plan for Programs Wednesday
man's View of Israel" will
eme of a coffee and social
el by the Federation of
[Women's Organizations on
10:30 a.m., at the home of
rry Lack, 5712 Alton rd.
Meyer Eggnatz, who has
urned from Israel as a
of the United Jewish Ap-
]/>' luncheon Sunday
have been completed for
ra Stein Sisterhood "Mitz-
lincheon at the Fontaine-
Dtel on Sunday noon. Co-
tn are Mrs. Norman Swedel
l. Dan S. Homer.
peal Study Mission, will bring a
first-hand report on the role of the
woman in the 11-year-old demo-
cratic nation.
During her inspection tour, Mrs.
Eggnatz interviewed newly-arrived
refugees. She visited the newcom-
ers in their temporary huts, toured
hospitals, schools and rehabilita-
tion centers, and conferred with
immigration offic'als.
Mrs. Eggnatz will also display
some of the unique and colorful
garments and jewelry manufactur-
ed in Israel.
Mrs. Eggnatz last year directed
the Combined Jewish Appeal "E-
Day" drive, and is active in the
Greater Miami Jew'sh Federation.
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The eight divisions of the Great-
er Miami Section, National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women, a member
dgency of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federatioi, will hold individual
meetings on Wednesday, Dec. 2.
The programs range from stim-
ulating discussions by leading rab-
bis to cards and mah jongg. But
even the social meetings have a
serious intent, for the nominal sum
collected from each member for
the afternoon will be applied to the
cost of sending boxes of toys and
play materials to Israel.
This is a special project planned
by Council's Ship-A-Box program
in conjunction wUh the 30 Jewish
schools in this area affiliated with
the Bureau of Jewish Education.
On Sunciay, Dec. 6, instead of
exchanging Chanuka gifts in the
classrooms, children in Sunday
schools, nursery through third
grade, will be asked to bring gifts
for which there is a great need
and which cannot be purchased in
Israel, to the children in the kin-
dergartens there.

Bay Division's meeting will be
at the Deauville hotel at 12:30 p.m.
Three rabbis will highlight the
three phases of Judaism which
they represent in a panel discus-
sion entitled, "Three Aspects of
Our Faith." Rabbi Jonah E. Cap-
Ian, of Temple Adath Yeshurun,
calls his presentation "This We Be-
lieve InAn Orthodox Point of
View." Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of
Temple Emanu-El, will speak on
"ConservatismA Jewish Way of
Life." And Rabbi Joseph R. Narot
will close the presentation with
"Reform Judaism Its Message
for Today."
Mrs. Samuel Gerson is vice presi-
dent of public affairs, and Mrs.
George Redicker is chairman of
the program committee of Bay Di-
vision. Mrs. James R. Katzman,
president, has planned a brief
business meeting.

Bi.cayn*) Division is serving re-
freshments at 12:30 on Dec. 2 at
Coral Gables Lodge 260, 41 Valen-
cia ave. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg,
of Beth David Congregation, will
review "This is My God," by Her-
man Wouk. Mrs. William Brenner,
president, has revealed that Bis-
cayne Division had raised its funds
for the special Chanuka Ship-A-
Box program through Hobby Hud-
dles participation by members.
Indian Cr.ek Division is having
a Ship-A-Box card party on Dec. 2
at the Eden Roc hotel. Dessert and
coffee will be served at 12:30 p.m.
There will be a brief business
meeting, with bridge and mah
jongg to end the afternoon. Mrs.
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Leonard Bursten is president, and
Mrs. Jack Fine i s .Ship-A-Box
chairman.
Island. Divi.ion is meeting at
the Venetian Isle motel, Venetian
Causeway, on Dec. 2 at 1 p.m.
Parking and "coffee and" are
free. Thomas Duff, attorney, chair-
man of the State Board of Wel-
fare, head of the Marriage Coun
seling Division, and chairman of
the Board of Marriage and Family
Counsel, will talk on "Marital and
Family Problems." Mrs. Ben Lond
is president, and announced this
week that Islands Division raised
its quota for Ship-A-Box by selling
costume jewelry donated by chair-
men.
Lincoln Divi.ion also is planning
a short business meeting followed
by cards and socializing on Dec. 2
at the Seville hotel starting at
12:30 p.m. Further funds will be
collected from the sale of many
items made and contributed by
division members. Mrs. Jack Chan-
in is president, and Mrs. H. Louis
Robinson is Sn'p-A-Box chairman

Shores Divi.ion is serving a
"muncheon" at 12 noon on Dec. 3
at Westview Country Club. The
program is called "The' Children's
Hour." Sight handicapped pupils
of the third and fourth grades will
read and write their own poetry,
using Bra>lle boards.
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, national
vice president, will speak on "Chil-
dren's Hour Overseas," relating
the subject to Council's Ship-A-Box
program. Mrs. Raymond Rubin is
president, and will be able to tell
Mrs. Myers that Shores Division
raised its money for Sh'p-A-Box by
selling aprons made and donated
by her chairmen.
Sunset Division is meeting on
Dec. 2 at 12:30 p.m. at the Hillel
House, 1100 Miller dr. Members
are invited to hear Bernard Mand-
ler, chairman of the Southern reg-
ional Commission on Law and SO'
cial Act'on of the American Jew-
ish Congress. The topic for discus-
sion will be "You and Religion in
the Public Schools Must We
Have It?" Mrs. Emery Kemeny is
president of Sunset and her divi-
sion, too, raised its money for
Ship-A-Box through member-par-
ticipation in Hobby Huddles.

Evening Division will meet Dec.
2 at 7:30 p.m. at the Park Lane
Cafeteria, 2155 SW 22nd st. Mrs.
Stanley Myers, national vice pres-
ident, will speak on Council's
Overseas Program, drawing on
her personal observations made on
a recent trip to Israel to empha-
size Israel's needs and Council's
part in filling some of them. Mrs.
Arthur Gilbert is president of the
Evening Division.
Mrs. Samuel Gertman is presi-
dent of Greater Miami Section,
National Council of Jewish Women.
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fashions and accessories departments. Save
dollars too, on home furnishings. Come early
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Mrs Nathan*! Levin, president
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Auxiliary, reported this eek that
the Auxiliary has subscribed to
raise S100.MO for the hospttauty
shop and maternity via*.
l/nder the cc-chau-maaship of
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are Mrs. Darnel Brody. Mrs. Nor-
maa Brown. Mrs. Miltoa Cash.
Mrs. decree Cheren. Mrs. Norman,
GLadsdcu. Mrs Harry Gordon.
Mrs. Ben Issenberg and Mrs. Louis
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Mrs. Benjamin Kamen, of Coral
Gables, was elected a national
vice president of the Women's
PiviskoruoLJhe American Jewish
Congress at the organization's ru
tional raannlal convention which
ended in Barton last weekend.
Mrs. Kamen and other officer-
were installed at a luncheon :n
Boston's SUtler-Hilton hotel, with
Dr. Joachim Print, national
AJCoagress president, as principal
speaker.
More than 70* delegates from all
sections of the country attended
the four-day meeting. which was
also addressed by Pulitzer Prize
inning historian Arthur Schles
inger. jr.; Sen. Wayne Mars* Ore); Simcha Pratt. Minister
Plenipotentiary of Israel: and Miss
Angje Brooks. Assistant Secretary
of State of Liberia.
Friday.
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Friendship Fete Due Monday
"Chain-of Friendship" brunch,
a paid-up membership party for
members of the Miami chapter of
Hadassah, wHl be held Monday,
1 Brickell ave., Miami.
To residents and newcomers in!
j Israe!, the name Hadassah, for al-
most half a century, has been
synonymous with a "healing hand"
and a guardian of the child.
Hadassah has grown from 12
New York founding members in
1912 to more than 318,000 in 1,218
chapters and groups throughout
the 50 American States and Puerto
Rico in 1959. The Miami chapter
contains 1,750 members, of whom
some 130 are Life Members, and
250 have recently joined the ranks.
The brunch on Monday will fea-
ture an original musical skit writ-
ten by Mrs. Leonard Wolpe and
Mrs. Phillip Schiff entitled "Co-
lumbus Discovered Hadassah."
Members of all the groups of the
Miami chapter will participate.
Another feature of the brunch
will be the presentation of key
chains to all new members, as.well
as a contest in whrClT'STWITSoTs' of
new members into chapter will
have an opportunity to win valu-
able prizes.
Mrs. Homer S. Rlevman is pres-
ident of the Miami chapter.

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sachers played school for the first time at the
kemy when Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal,
rents to attend Parent-Teacher Conference Day
jrents Mrs. Jack Gerson and Mrs. Clemen Ehrlich
id second grade Thanksgiving celebrations with
^nah Spector, faculty member. Mrs. Jonah Cap
tnt of the Hebrew Academy PTA.
applauds
rirl's
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iple's daughter is
Irk in dramatics in
state, Hawaii.
Charles Rosenfeld,
Way, knew that
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prmance in Hawaii
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?nville, who today is
a Master's degree
at the University
^ior High, Carol was
latics, one summer
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lichen, Mich. At the
Local Delegates
Off to Confab
Mrs. Henry Scisorek, 5930 Altoi.
rd., Miami Beach, and Mrs. Law-
: rence Friedman, 1931 SWn4th ter.,
1 Miami, will serve as delegates of
!the Miami Lodge at-the 109th an-
nual convention of the United Or-
der of True Sisters in the Statler-
, Hilton hotel, New York City, be-
ginning Sunday and continuing
through Wednesday, Dec. 2.
The special philanthropic inter-
ests of the Miami Lodge are the
Children's Cancer Clinic, Variety
Hospital, and the Hope School for
Retarded Children.
More than 500 delegates and
members from lodges throughout
the country who are coming to the
convention will review the exten-
sive program of non-sectarian phil-
anthropic activities carried on by
the United Order of True Sister,
America's oldest women's frater-
nal organization. Mrs. Walter E.
i Bronston, of Scarsdale, N. Y., na-
tional president, will preside. The
principal guest speaker will be Dr.
Robert Pinck, director, Depart-
ment of Radiology, Long Island
College Hospital, who will address
the convention Tuesday afternoon.
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out for leads in such plays as
"Lysistrata" and "Our Town."
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Thanksgiving Party Sunday
Armed Services committee of the
National Jewish Welfare Board
will sponsor a Thanksgiving party
for local servicemen Sunday, 2
p.m., at the Jewish Home for the
Aged. Mrs. Louis Glasser, chair-
man of the JWB committee in the
Greater Miami area, has made ar-
rangements for the affair.
Dental Auxiliary 1o Meet
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Barcelona hotel. Leonard Kimball,
Miami attorney, will be guest
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Israeli Beauty Conquers Hollywood
innual dinner of the Jew-
National Fund Council of
Miami was held Thurs-
ling at the Fontainebleau
^Sharing honora as co-
of die dinner were Mr.
r_. Samuel Oritt. Guest
f for the evening was Gen.
Marshall.
Jritt selected an ensem-
ie of an unusual brocade
sent to her from Hong
[it waa a black silk satin
in a jeweled tone aqua.
^ket was short and fitted
oversized rounded collar
Ibow-length sleeves. The
?as a sheath with a round-
kline.
|itly returned from Israel,
Jarry S'monhoff wore a
brmal in tones and shades
teen brocade. Her bodice
cooped neckline, and her
featured controlled fullness
fin a harem hemline.
[Louis Makovsky was in a
lorcd print suit, and Mrs.
Simon wore a jeweled
by with a satin banded V-
Another active worker
! commun'ty, Mrs. Pauline
selected a dark brown
intung. Mrs. Levick joins
ny Miamians who have re-
I returned from a visit to
jjing- in appreciation to
larshall was Mrs. Charles
in black, with a squared
le and a pearl necklace.
|oseph Rackovsky was also
w'tta jeweled clips at the
le. In an aquamarine silk
a white background was
lernard Sirken.
sg guests honored with
of appreciation was Mrs.
Brenner, who chose a silk
icket dress in a silver grey
wine-colored print, and a
irelvet collar. She was hon-
fr 40 years of service to the
fci'ty. Also recognized by
?as Mrs. Sadie Bieler, in a
lie silk crepe with lace in-
bn the sleeves.

tCHING with vested lnter-
lt was Mrs. Anna Brenner
l, well-known attorney and
er of the school board, in a
[gown. The bodice was of
|ly lace and the skirt of silk
Her neckline was squared
ace scallops forming the
[and the scallops were re-
on the short sleeves.
Louis Schwartzman was
Jjlaek wool jersey, w'th a
iigh slashed bateau neck-
bat dipped to a very low
iecolletage, The skirt of her
[was cartridge-pleated, and
ed a deep banding of black
bent taffeta.
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Also wearing black for the eve-
ning was Mrs. .Jack Popick.
Hers was a silk chiffon complete-
ly gathered in horizontal lines
from the bodice to the heml'ne,
wjth an attached pannier at the
back waistline that hung to
slightly below the hem, and band-
ed straight across the' top in
black velvet with a modified lat-
ticed short sleeve.
Wife of the president of the or-
ganization, Mrs. Mayer Abram-
owitz, selected a black silk mor-
r'e. She had a flat bow on the
bodice that streamed down to the
skirt and ended with a touch of
fringe. The bodice was fitted, the
skirt full, and her sleeves were
three quarter-length.
|u|RS. Martin Genet chose a
" navy blue costume ensemble
of mohair and wool, trimmed in
satin, with the satin banding the
neckline, and covering the but-
tons. Champagne-colored silk
fa'He was the fabric in the cos-
tume ensemble selected by Mrs.
Zev Kogan. Her dress followed
the princess line and had a short
bolero type jacket with long
sleeves. A touch of jeweled em-
broidery was at the neckline.
Mrs. Sol Goldman, who's hus-
band is the executive board
chairman, was seated on the dias
in a short formal featuring a
white lace bodice and a black
silk organza pleated shirt. Mrs.
Abe Appel was seen in an attrac-
tive dress with black kn't lace
forming the bodice, and the short
sleeves and collar. Beige mar-
quisette was inserted in the
bodice and the collar and sleeves
set over it.
SOMETHING new for The Jew-
ish Floridian is a Holiday
Fashion Supplement which will
be published in mid-December. It
will serve as a preview of what
you will be wearing and buying
in this coming holiday season.
There will be many new and ex-
cit'ng fashion announcements,
along with suggestions and ideas
as to what to wear for all the
many balls scheduled by your or-
ganizations.
As a service to your clubs, we
will include a calendar of the ma-
jor social events planned through
February. All we ask is that a
member of your organization
send us the date of the event,
about how many persons are ex-
pected to attend, the name of
the chairman or president, of the
group, the full name of the spon-
soring organization, where the
function will take place, and
what time it is scheduled.
Hold Memorial Netting
Sunshine chapter of the City of
Hope held a meeting in memory
of Robyn Tubin Saturday at he
Fontainebleau hotel. The meejng
featured a fashion show and Mm.
'Hh-Hws' foskion Show
Temple Zion Sisterhood will hold
a 'Ws Hers" fashion show and
dance Saturday evening at tne
Temple. In charge of information
is Mrs. Sol Berlin.
Millions of Americans shortly
will be admiring the internation-
al beauty whose name is Haya -
Harareet, soon to be introduced
to moviegoers as "Mrs. Ben-
Hur." She is pronounced by
William Wyler, director of Metro-
Gold wyn-Maycr's $15,000,000 pro-
duction of "Ben-Hur," as the
finest young star he has ever di-
rected. She plays the role of Es-
ther, faithful sweetheart of "Ben-
Hur," portrayed by Charlton
Heston.
"Ben-Hur" will open here Dec.
23 at the Lincoln Theater.
Haya is a distinctive personal-
ity, unike any of the foreign im-
portations of the past, with the
possible exception of Garbo. She
has a distinctive beauty, posses-
sive brown ayes, a lovely figure,
and.can converse fluently In six
languages, speaking English with
only the slightest traca of a Near
East accent.
American columnists will do
doubt give airing to the fact that
a literal translation of her name
in her home city of Jerusalem is
"Mountain Animal."
The overnight stardom of a girl
who once carried a rifle in the
Israeli Farines occurred in the
following way:
In 1957, following her appear-
ance in the Italian film, "La
Donna del Giorno," Miss Hara-
HAYA NAtAtffT
reet was invited to attend the
Cannes Film Festival, as one of
it representatives, by the Italian
motion picture industry.'On the
last day of the Festival, she at-
tended a reception at which she
was introduced to Hollywood di-
rector William Wyler, whose
film, "Friendly Persuasion," had
won the top award. She chatted
with him briefly, then promptly
forgot the meeting. So, it might
have been supposed, did Wyler.
Rabbi Ahron Opher, of the South Shore Temple of Chicago,
and Mrs. Ira Levine, of the Sisterhood, take time out from their
convention program to look into the "group sales program
of the MGM spectacular. "Ben-Hur." The Ben-Hur booth
was part of the display area at the Fontainebleau hotel during
the recent convention of the Union of American Hebrew Con-
gregations. "Ben-Hur" opens at the Lincoln Theater on Dec. 23.
One year passed, as a matter
of fact, before the director did
-think of her again. An* even
then, he could not remember her
name. Wyler and producer Sam
Zimbalist were preparing for the
filming of "Ben-Hur" in Rome
and were seeking an actress for
the principal feminine role, that
of the young slave girl who
changes the whole course of Ben-
Hur's life. Although a number of
prominent actresses had been
tested, the director and producer
were not satisfied.
It was then that Wyler, a man
of perceptive memory, recalled
the girl from Israel he had met
at the Festival. Asked later what
had made her stand Out in his
mind from the hundreds of other
actresses he had met at the re-
ception, he remarked:
"I recalled especially the ve-
hemence with which she replied
to a comment of mine. Upon be-
ing introduced, I had said quite
casually that I had always want-
ed to visit Israel. This young
woman's eyas flashed, and she
remarked pleasantly, but quite
firmly, that she was tired ef
hearing that. She told me that
avaryona always said that he
would Ilka to visit Israel but that
no one avar did. It was the man-
ner in which she made this state-
ment that impressed me."
A cable to the MGM represen-
tative in Tel Aviv gave Wyler
the name he was looking for.
Miss Harareet was located in
Paris where she was discussing
the possibility of making a
French film. Within 24 hours she
was on her way to Rome to test
for the role of Esther.
Since Wyler was still in Holly-
wood, the test was directed by
Mario Soldati, who was to assist
in the direction of "Ben-Hur."
Robert Surtees, the film's head
cameraman, was engaged in an-
other assignment, and John
Schmitz, one of his assistants,
was pressed into service. An Ital-
ian actor stepped in to portray
Ben-Hur.
The test, covering the scene in
which Esther and Ben-Hur pro-
fess their love, was flown to
Hollywood. On viewing it, Zim-
balist and other MGM executives
concluded they had found one of
the finest young acting talents in
years. Miss Harareet was signed
for "Ben-Hur" and was placed
under long-term contract by
MGM.
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She succeeds FJWO president
Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, who served
with the Community Council since
its inception. At a luncheon meet-
ing in the studios of ch. 10 Mon-
day, Mrs. Feinberg joined more
than 100 group women and ch. 10
executives in developing plans for
future community programing.
More than 90 community service
programs were sponsored in the
last several months, the women
learned.
The Federation of Jewish Worn
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first local service groups to pre-
sent a half-hour live show featur-
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Mrs. Feinberg is a member of
the executive committee and board
of governors of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and has served
,n positions of leadership in the
Women's Division of the Com-
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former national vice president of
the American Jewish Congress.
Budget Group to Meet
Leon Kaplan, chairman of the
budget committee of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, has
called the next meeting of his
group for Monday, 8 p.m., at the
Federation office, 424 Lincoln In.
The committee is meeting prepar-
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local agency requests.
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deal :n the Ft. Lauderdalc area for ah ipmrnt amounting
v S4 0P0.O0O Don"t lell him acreage sales are "off."
PM mt and L?o R^unson. as covhairmon. expect the annual
t of Xation.il Children s Cardiac Hospital oo Jan. 30 to be a record-
breaker in both atterdance and funds. The affa:r will be held in tie
grand baitroora of the Fontainebleau
Mr. nd Mr*. Jules a*cal. e* Bay Maroor Island. justifiably proud
of the* daujMor Eiaint's beino voted "Coronation Queen" by the
MB. N ah student body. She's a trot beauty.
I 'en Panm. daughter of Mr. aad Mrs. Bernie Baum. is an up-
and^onung coascdtconc. She did a fine job in a skit in the "Crown n
Capers et -ST- snow of M. B High.
Jerry Berlin and Florence Euenstat got a deserving big hand for
their -Moon Over Mum." dance rontmc in the high school show. The
onl>-tw ins in the show wore Florence and her swter. Suzanne, daughters
of Mr ani Mrs Irvmg Ewenstat.
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November 27, 1959
+Jf**lstifk)rl Page 9-B
J^ctr Jtylitzvali
"Corsage for You" is a new feature beginning with this
\s issue*-of The Jewish Floridian. A corsage is free-for the
0, and will be presented to each mother of a Bar or Bas
fah. For details on how to receive your corsage see story,
3-A.
St* van Rohan
jMitzvah of Steven E. Rohan,
Mr. and Mrs. M. Rohan,
16th ct., will take place
r iij
TEVEN
GUY
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MEMMCK
lay morning, Nov. 28, at
David Congregation. Rabbi
nv Rosenberg will officiate.
ven is a student at Shenan-
Junior High, and attends
I David religious school. Party
|s honor will be held at the
hotel.

Frederick Buxbaum
lple Tifereth Jacob will be
tfte of the Bar Mitzvah of
crick Buxbaum Saturday,
28, with Rabbi Leo Heim of-
irng. -f~
Bdcrick is the son of Mr. and
Herbert Buxbaum, 551 W.
[pi., Hialeah. He attends Hen-
Jller Junior High; and has been
rJent at Tifereth Jacob for the
[four years. His parents will
the Kiddush following serv-|
addition to chanting the tra-s
Jnal Maftir, Frederick will also
from the Torah.

Leon Feiner
|bbi Irving Lehrman will offi-
at the Bar Mitzvah of Leon
lard Feiner, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Raymond Feiner, Saturday
morning, Nov. 28, at Temple
Emanu-El.
Leon is an eighth grade student
at Nautilus, and attends Temple
Emanu-El religious school.

Sidney Streicher
Sidney Streicher will become Bar
Mitzvah during Saturday morning
services. Nov. 28, of Beth Jacob
Congregation. Rabbi Tibor Stern
will officiate.
Sidney is a former student at
Beth Jacob religious school and
presently attends the Hebrew
Academy.
The Bar Mitzvah will officiate at
the entire service, read the Torah,
and deliver two sermonsone in
Yiddish and another in English.
*
Avrum Cohan
Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate
at the Bar Mitzvah of Avrum Co-
hen on Saturday morning, Nov. 28,
at Temple Beth Sholom.
Avrum is the son of Mrs. Ida
Cohen. He is a member of the Beth
Sholom confirmation class of 5722.

Louis Rosa
North Shore Jewish Center will
be the site of the Bar Mitzvah of
Louis A. Rose on Saturday morn-
IEON
AVRUM
touts
ing, Nov. 28, with Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz officiating.
Louis is the son of Dr. and Mrs.
Benjamin L. Steinberg, 1230 97th
st. He is a graduate of the relig-
ious school of the Center, and at-
tends Nautilus Junior High. He is
also a student at' the Bureau of
Jewish Education High School
Branch at North Shore.
Gary Cohan
Gary Cohen will become
Bar
Mitzvah during Saturday morning
services, Nov. 28, of Temple
Emanu-El, with Dr. Irving Lehr-
man officiating.
Gary, son of Mr. and Mrs. Danny
Cohen, attends eighth grade at
Nautilus High, as well as Temple
Emanu-El religious school.
Reception in his honor will be
held Saturday evening at the Eden
Roc hotel.
Sabbath Party
At Monticello
Weekly Sabbath party is held
each Friday morning at Monticello
Park Jewish Center for*f*hildren of
the nursery-kindergarten school.
Two pupils are chosen to act as
mother and father in chanting the
blessings over the Sabbath candles
and bread and wine.
With Mrs. Sidney Kay, head
teacher, at the piano, the 80 child-
ren of the school join in communal
Sabbath singing. Abraham J. Git-
telson, education director, tells a
regular Sabbath legend, and Rabbi
Max Lipschitz blesses the partici-
pants.
The Sabbath party is one of a
number of features integrated into
the Monticello nursery-kindergar-
ten school program.
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However, so long as they paid
their outrageously high taxes, he
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But now terrible news had
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A new decree expelling the Jews
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preparing to sign his name to it
at that very moment. In a few
minutes, Jews who had lived in
Persia all their lives would be
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Their property and fortunes
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The house of Rabbi Sholem.
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times he had given his people
hope when they were despairing.
Many times he had found some
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disaster.
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'Jmi&ncrMton
Forthcoming Diamond Jubilee Ball of the Na-
tional Children's Cardiac Hospital scheduled
for Jan. 30 in the new errand ballroom of the
Fontainbleau is the main topic of discussion at
a monthly meeting of the institution's board of
governors and staff. Seated (left to right) are
David Emmer. Nat Waldman. Lou Poller. Rose
Goldberg. Allan C. Gottschaldt. Janette Ja-
cobs, Richard I. Berenson, president of the hos-
pital, Lou Pokress, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rimmeir,
cc-chairman of the Jubilee. Standing (left to
right) are George Okell. jr., Zachary Bailey,
R. Williams Apte. Henry Dreyfus, Leo Robin-
son, co-chairman. Dr. Everett Blasberg. Dr.
Doran Zinner, George Okell. sr., Milton Drey-
fus, Maurice Cohn, Dr. Milton Saslow, Victor
Reiter. Melvin Weinkle, Dr. Louis Lemberg,
Mrs. Edward Feinstein, and Robert Rubinstein.
Hilarious Comedy
Due at Grove
"Summer and Smoke." by Ten-
nessee Williams, the poignant love
story of a minister's daughter and
a young doctor, goes into its final
week at the Coconut Grove Play-
house, running through Sunday
evening. The stars are Kim Hun-
ter and Lee Phillip-
Opcning on Tuesday will be the
hilarious comedy based on one of
the most successful novels of re-
cent time-. Father of the Bride,"
starring Pat O'Brien.
The comedy is by Caroline
Francke. and is based on the best
selling novel by Edward Streeter.
ex vice president of the Bank of
New York, who came to realize the
hard way that the trials and tribu-
lations of getting his daughters
married to "men he didn't even
know" was excellent copy for a
book. He began to keep notes of,
all that went on in connection with
bis daughter's marriage, from the
time her engagement was announ-
ced.
Cardiac Hospital
To Stage Jubilee
Paul Rimmeir, co-chairman of
National Children's Cardiac Hos-
pital annual jub'lee. haa announc
d the charity wNaia In iaturday,
Jan. 30, at the Fontainebleau ho-
tel. Serving with Rimmeir as co-
chairman is Leo Robinson.
"Since the coming formal dinner
dance will be the hospital's dia-
mond jubilee," declared R'mmeir,
"we have started planning early to
insure the very best in entertain
ment and to make sure that the
prediction of Richard Berenson,
president, is fulfilled."
Berenson predicts a turnout con-
siderably in excess of 1,000 per-
sons, with all the proceeds going to
the 100 percent charity, non-sec-
tarian hosp'tal devoted to the diag
nosis and treatment of rheumatic
fever in children.
Named as honorary co-chairmen
of the coming dinner dance were
Lee Ratner and Dick Fincher. Ar
rangements committee is to be
headed by Mrs. Esther Ratner and
Mrs. Sue Rimmeir. Consultants
working with Rimmeir and Rob'n-
son are Bob Rubenstein and Mrs.
Dolly Feinstein. Ticket committee
includes Lou Pokress, Nat Wald-
man, Lou Poller and Robinson.
Milton Dreyfus, vice president of
the hospital, heads up publicity
while Mrs. Nat Waldman >s in
charge jf formulating a woman's
division.
[
Dr. BelkinWl!
Be Speaker I
R. Williams Apte, J*.
tor and Leo RooaaT]
chairmen of the dim/
handing the u
celebration of _.
73rd jcademic year katl
breakfast meeting %|
hotel on Sunday. Dttt]
Charles Frochtauj
industrialist and ana
guest of honor at tat L.
will take place it tail
bleau hotel on Dec a.
Belkin. noted Greek L
president of Yctkm |
will be guest speaker.
Seaboard RR Eyes Busy Winter
The marriage took place in
May, 1M7, and during the next
two years Streetor wrote "Father
of the Bride." By tha spring of
1950, a movie had boon made
from the book, starring Spencer
Tracy as Father, Elisabeth Tay-
lor as Kay, and Joan Bennett as
the bride's mother.
Gregory Peck and Deborah Kerr in "Beloved Infidel" the story
of the romance of wiiter F. Scott Fitzgerald and columnist
Sheila Graham, now in its second week at the Carib, Miami
and Miracle Theatres.
Smoke"), Grace Collette and Jerrv
LeRaL
500 Bid Farewell
To Dr. Rosenberg
Some 500 community leaders and
friends of Dr. Benjamin B. Rosen
berg attended a farewell dinner in
O'Brien has starred in 103 motion
I pictures, in more than a doien hit
; stage plays, on 35 of TVs top dra-
matic programs, innumerable ra-
dio shows, his own nightclub song--------------
The cast in the Coconut Grove and dance act. and as a recording n,s honor Tuesday evening at the
production will include Karyn Kup- artist both vocal and narrative. Seviue hotel.
cinet. daughter of columnist Irv His latest films are "The Last Hur-1 Former Sen. Harry Cain presi-
Kupcmet. Trent Dolan. Toby Wing, rah." with long time friend Spen dent of the United Fund and Sam
Dennis K-nnedy. Jeannette Ran- cer Tracy, and "Some Like it Hot." J Heiman. president of the Great
1 the Marilyn Monroe starrer. er Miami Jewish Federation, de-
livered the principal talks of the
evening, commending Dr. Rosen-
berg "for his many years of serv-
ice to the community."
Efraim Gale, executive director
of the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center, spoke on behalf of
the professional social workers in
the community, and Mrs. Jean C.
Lehman brought greetings from
the 117 groups represented in the
Federation of Jewish Women's
Organizations.
Rabbi Leon Kronish offered the
invocation, and Dr. Irving Lehr-
delivered the benediction.
Studio M Play
Slates Loealites
Philadelphia Story." with a
postponed official opening sched-
uled for Tuesday, will begin Sun-
H day matinees on
Sunday a t 2:30
i P-m.
Featured prom-
I inently in the
large cast are
[ two Miami Beach
thespians.
Sun Unit Barbeque
Sun Unit of the Women's Corps.
Cancer Institute at Miami, will
hold an outdoor barbeque Dec 20.
on the grounds of Bagdad. Mrs.
Paula Rabinowitz is chairman.
Award Luncheon
Slated Tuesday
First annual Fannie E. Lorber
award luncheon will be held Tues-, -
rEtlr; .wyon000 at ,he Ed>n Roc toiel by i mn un.vcrea
t*UZ\' li" **? ?"*'" Mi*mi Cou' of Pres Stanley C. Myers, three^mVpre
emann ^n ^ u^ ." A* Jew,sh NUoD1 dent Federation. w tolsfmai-
emann in the Home for Asthmatic Children.
Six children recently back from
the Home, which is a children's as-
thma research center and hospital
at Denver. Colo., will take part in
the program.
After a two-year separation from
their families, they are now free
role of Mr. Lord,
CMKK and Lynn Alt-
meyer, stockbroker ror Hentz and
Co., in the role of Dexter.
Heading the cast is Heather
Woodard. public relations director
for WQAM. in the leading role of
Tracey; Chuck Edwards, popular
radio disc jockey for WMET, in | r Kathryn
the role of Mike; Mrs. Helen? j Grimes. Peggy Neubeck. Jules Gol
Geague, illustrator of children's in- Joel Landesman. and Frank
books, playing Mrs. Lord: Judy Sclafani.
Botwick. daughter of Florida State | Here from Denver to particioate
Theatres president. Harry Botwick. in the program will be Urael
making her Studio M debut as Di-. Freedman, national director of the
nah; Paul Petersen, jr.. as George; Home.
Ruby Ross as Liz; James Wiles, The annu.i ._. w
^me^rTTVanme "
founder of the Home. It will also
present a special "Woman of the
Year award to the most outstand
mg JNHAC clubwoman in Florida
ter.
t.J,nv-t.he ."* wer* Presen-
tat ves of more than 100 health,
welfare civic, religious, and edu
cational organizations with when
Dr. Rosenberg had worked closely
ui the past six years. *
intractable asthma "t0 mm [J^* i!**** short,y ,0 the
Hoerger. Wuhan, \ JteJXe?rtive d,r~,e
With all Florida anticipating a
record volume of visitors from the
North this winter, Seaboard Rail-
road's advance Pullman and
coach bookings to the Sunshine
State on its de luxe streamliners,
the Silver Meteor and Skiver Star.
indicate that a substantial portion
of this travel will arrive here by
train.
That Is the opinion of W. J.
Ficht. general passenger agent of
the Seaboard, with headquarters
in Miami. It stems from a survey
of Seaboaad's salsa agencies in
New York City and other northern
points, where reservations for De-
cember onward already show in-
creases over last winter's.
'"Northbound travel, fee," he
said, "leeks very good for ewr
reed in the season ahead. This
will net only coenprlao vacation-
ers booked en round-tripe, from
?he north, but Fleridiant who ere
Sing north this winter to enjoy
notiday homecoming*' in New
England, skiing) and ether win-
ter sports, and one ef the meet
promising theatrical seasons
which New York City hes ever
anticipated."
Another Seaboard
the "Hospitality Has"!
ernoon when all Siiverl
Silver Star passesfmi
to the diner for
Florida orange juice
Famous for many yeani
of Courteous Senas,"
offers trained term:,
which includes rtp*sd|
particularly apnreaatall
ents traveling with sad I
and passenger lernet
aw. mmu*\
Jewish
of Greater Boston.
Philanthropies
Willie; and Leroy Daniels, Thomas.
Horvtsf Square Done*
Tziona chapter of Mizrachi Wo-
men will sponsor a Harvest Square
Dance Saturday evening. Proceeds
will he for the Children's Village
and Farm School. Kfar Btyah, at
Atfnds Conference
George Manne. of North Miami
-1 Beach, general agent with Amer
Raanan^ Israel. President is Mrs.,*** Bankers Life Assurance Com-
Morns Waldman and chairman lsipanyof Florida attended the com
Mrs. Jerome Bienenfeld.
DuMond Wins
In Runaway
Joseph X. DuMonf defeated in
cumbent Otis W. Shiver u> Tues-
day sninofl[election for seat^n
the Miami City Commission.
The vote was 20.509 for DuMond
Shiver received 10.653.
r,^onlds -wljr 2toi victory
SSV 5 ,U *o of the
city s 70 precincts.
kSr*"" ,b* I*Pont Plaza
hotel, w.tb 20 leading produced
P-ny's first management training" SSlSt^" ,he D *
Ficht stressed the "dependabil-
ity of modern rail travel as op-
posed to highway and other forms
of transportation where adverse
weather conditions enter into the
picture. We who live in Florida
are apt to forget that our warm
sunshine and balmy breezes do not
extend all the way to our northern
destination. Going by train is the
one way to avoid concern over
wintry travel conditions.
"All the advantages enjoyed by
those coming to Florida on Sea-
board's crack streamliners are
equally available to those going
north." he said. Among these are
the privacy of de hue bedroom
and other Pullman aeeotnmoda
tions; the reserved, reclining seat
coaches many with built in .
* facilities, ample lounge!
pace in tavern and other recrea-
tional cars, including the patio
1'ke sun lounge on the Silver Me-
teor; delicious and reasonably
priced dinng car meals."
Sandlers WI
Be Honored
Kadimah chapW
Women will ,
Fred (Tillie) Su***,
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Dec. 12-
Rabbi Yaskov "T"
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Jill IndusfJWli a new DarJr;
(welfare project which ere-'
bs for handicapped persons,
il **? s'ore recently AY
22nd St., Miami, and intro-
r5elf to the public in a se-
functions at the Goodwill
hich is also at the 22nd st.
rill operates by recondi-
and selling clothes, furni-
W other articles donated by
>Hc.
f. Trevethan, of Washington,
[executive vice president of
[111 Industries of America,
Goodwill's method of
the handicapped at a
past here for Dade officials
ewspaper, radio and televi-
ople.
for Robert King High of Mi-
ently proclaimed Goodwill
in Miami, declaring in his
kmation, "given the chance
|lp themselves, these handi-
workers become useful and
importing citizens, thereby
ping their pride and self re-
ijwill already has 35 handi-
persons on its payroll and
ning at making jobs for 200
ins. The workers include sev-
persons who have lost limbs,
1 with congenital deformi-
wo persons with arrested tu-
jlosis, some older workers,
i number of persons with emo-
problems.
Paae 11-B
iservatory
sedu.es Trios
second in a series of recitals
bembcrs of the Music Depart-
t faculty will be given Satur-
petnBg at the Miami Conserv-
(r, 2973 Coral Way
Bturin? works from chamber
I'the concert will present Joan
m, pianist and chairman of, the,
c" neparimeht;'Sunja Bologh,
Bist; Elizabeth Bobo, French
and Bernice Schwartz, cell-
|n two types of ensemble.
unique work, Trio for Piano,
ch Horn and Violin, by
pis, is a feature of the pro-
A rarely heard sonata by
ehude for the violin, cello and
B, will open the program. Com-
ng the list is a trio by Mendel-
, Op. 66 No. 2 in C minor.
"Celebration of the Harvest" at Lear School in anticipation of
Thanksgiving Day. Shown are Leslie Fine, in the tradition
of Hawaii; Doreen Khoury, reflecting the spirit of Sukkoth;
Stewart Kershey, Indian; and Ellen Swartz, Pilgrim.
Ok
ituaries
MORDECAI ROSCH
inerson my, died Nov. 18.
1 here II vcars ago from New
>' He was a mrmbrr of the
,i. Vfr- prosecutor for tin- i'.n
. ^ and a member of the
l.li Mi' ro .1, wish Center. He In
l ', I- his wife, Myra; son, Paul
IJI",I: parent*, Mr. and Mrs Kllas
ph. brother, Joseph: ami two sls-
j ill". Charlotte Shalom and Mrs.
fi'- sioiper. Services were Nov.
I!lv-fcl Iv Isle, with burial in Ht. Slnal
letery.
HENRY MILLER
aaiKteer of the Atlantis hotel, died
Ha lived at "14 15th it., and
SATISFYING YOUR
DEEPEST DESIRES FOR
BEAUTY AND DIGNITY
. The Vlata offers family
memorial estales on I
Jlly landscaped park like
round*. Complete freedom
f choirs In memorials and
11 detail-.
arsfuomsuW
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Iffrrrsffre O/icm'
U Flamingo Pla sa.HIa leah, Fla,
MMkKTU7-U6i
OUB SPECIALTY *r
CONDOLENCE BASKETS
miSHLY PACKED
one" DELIVERED WITH IN
- THE HOUK -
FRUIT CIRCUS
ltf S.W. Fkfkr Tor.
PHONE
l Maurey Ashmann, chairman of the Mt. Sinai Hospital preview
dinner, receives a citation from Leonard A. Wien, chairman of
the development fund.
came to Miami BT.ll from New folk
i, yean BeTO. He WM a member of
tile Miami Be* Blki I. ".-> .......I"
Hotel Greeteri of America, Surviv-
ing are his wife, Kitty, and a lifter,
III Ann Bar> Itll s. i \ ces jrei o Nov.
I ,,, Riverside Memorial Chapel. Al-
lon id. with burial In Ht. Mnul
Cemetery.
MAX WOLFMAN
69, of 154H Drexel a\c.. died Nov. 19.
A retired builder, he came here 23
years ago from Lakewood. N.J. Sur-
viving are his wife. Miriam; three
sons. Stanley. Ernest and Simon;; and
a brother. Services were Nov. 22 at
Newman Funeral Home, with burial
In Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
SAMUEL FRIEDMAN
17, of 761 Jefferson avV. died Nov. 20.
He cine here 23 years ago from
ilaltlmore. and was employed by a
taxi Ui'iu He was a veteran of )> "''d
War I and a member of Miami Beach
Post 83 of the American Legion, Sur-
viving aie his wife. Anne, a son and
rf^^no^rn^el^asn^^
ton ave. ^_______
MRS. JEANETTE FEINOOLO
41. of 534 BW 13th ave.. died Nov. 19.
Rhe came here six years ago from
Philadelphia Surviving areTw nj.o-
,l,er, Mrs. Etta OMSMi Z\\u r-
und a Rister. Mrs Sarah Philips. er-
illwiJ Nv. M t Gordon Mineral
MRS. FANNIE OOLDBERO
78. of TTI Dds "yd.. 'li'-'1 -^'"V.m
mtmm
of local arrangements.
MRS. MAY MARTIN
Si.0cU.VS|^n%-e.r.^fr-on
Memorial Chapel, Washington ave.,
with burial In Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
MORRIS L. PLOTKIN
51, of 156 Bui id ave., died Nov. Is.
He came h 14 yean ago from New
and m a sal. .-man. Surviv-
al e. (Jlad.ws; slater, Mrs.
Senna Bergovoy; and five iirothers.
Si-rvn i Nov. 2" at Klverslde
Memorial Chapel, Wa-lungton ave.,
with burial In Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
JACK DICKMAN
67, of 72!' I-eiiox ave., died Nov. 18.
li. oama here six years ago from
. Ktither.....I, N I and was a dress de-
I signer. Surviving Is his Wife. Mary.
Services were Nov 19 at Riverside
Memorial Chapel, Washington ave..
With burial in lakeside Cemetery.
MRS. FRIEDA MORGAN .
77, of I48M MB 9th pi., dierl Nov. 18.
sii. eame here six years ago from
New York. Surviving are four-daugh-
ters. Including Mrs. Violet Watklns.
and two sons. Services were Nov 19
at Riverside Memorial Chapel, Nor-
mandy Isle, with burial In Mt. Nebo
Cemetery.______________
JOSEPH ROSIN
73. of 11020 SW 55th St.. died Nov. 18.
He came here five years ago from
Men York Surviving are his son,
Pavld; daughter, Bertha; two bro-
thers, and a sister. Services were
Nov in "t Gordon Funeral Home,
with burial In Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
HENRY ARNSTEIN
64, bookkeeper, who came here 12
aari ago, Bled Nov. 17. He lived at
>-- Sw 27th In., and is survived by
his' wife, Ooldie. Services and burial
York, with local ar-
:., nis by Cordon Kuneral Home.
JACOB A. ROBBINS
-,s of ."I*-. NK 3rd ct., a retired mer-
chant and World War I veteran, died
Nov 17 He is survived by hln wife,
leonle; son. Joseph; daughter. Mrs.
Dori! Klalne Lurle: four slaters, In-
cluding Mrs Oertrude BIMaln; and
were Nov 19 at
Newman Funeral Home under the di-
rection of flordon Fnneral Home,
with burial In Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
LEGAL NOTICE
Women's Corps Fashion Show
Women's Corps of the Cancer In-
stitute at Miami willhold a fashion, Nm#iki ^UY~aiv)is that
snow and luncheon Dec. 9 at Trop- J1" uHacrsigneii. engage in
1/.0I u,r,,i, ,, f4 B-usincKH under the fieiiilous name of
ical Kacetrack. Mrs. Stephen iti';ii.\i:i.s i.k.i n:\-n .us i,t 5865
NOTiCE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
v. ill be displayed by Jordan Marsh.
IW< l'I-X
N.K. 2nd Avi .. il
HsMihlOeMk isle
LEGAL NOTICE
,m ?SI'CE BV PUBLICATION
I. CT^,,C,RCUIT Luu"f OF THE
ELiyfNlH JUOICIAi. CIRCUIT Of
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COU111Y. ,N CHANCERY,
P.aintill,
M.YKY I-',' -UMAX,
Defendant.
_ .. SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: MAIti I TltMAN
50 Division Avenue
Ilrooklyn, New York
You MAKY HUMAN are hereby
notllied that a Hill of Complaint for
[Divorce has been filed aitainst you,
an.i yon are required to nerve a copy
of your Answer or Heading to the
Hill of Complaint on the plaintiff's
Attorney, iiayman & ochig, 902
I Alnsley Uldg., Miami 22, Florida and
file the original Answer or Pleading
' in the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the 2.sth day
of December, 19.',9. If vim fall to do
so, judgement by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded in
the Hill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
i each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JKWISH Fl.oltlDIAN.
DONE AND OltPKRED at Miami.
Florida, this 2ith day of November,
A.D. 19.19.
I-:. II. LBATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade O unty, Florida
(seal) Hy: K. M. LY.MAN.
Jeputy Clerk.
RAi man a- Prim;
!"I2 Alnsle.N Hldu.
Miami .12. Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
11/27. 12/4-11-18
NOTI
ICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engaxe in
business under the fictitious name of
ciiapi.ks B. HARRIS Corrective
Fbotwesu at v:v Washington Avenue,
Miami ltench, Florida Intends to reft-
later said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
CORRECTIVE FOOTWEAR INC.
Charles I' Harris, President
MARVIN I. WIENER
1111 Anvil unl SI, l-'la.
Attorney for Corrective
Footwear. Inc.
11 :.-;, II 1-11-18
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring te sngi
business under the fictitious n
PARTS sri'l'l.ir.l'.s INTERNA-
TIONAL ai :;:.-ii e w 61 Avenue, Hl>
I ami. Florida Intend to register said
name with the clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dad. County, Florida.
DWATNH V COX &
LUCIA K. cox-
Sole Owners
JAMES McVBTBH
ATtorney for A|.|>llcants
1102 Ainsley Bldg.
11/27,12/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ALAN APARTMENTS at O06 B*)
Drive, Miami Beach, Florida Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
HIMEN FEN8TER
REBECCA FBN8TBR
KOVNER MANNHEIMER
Attorneys for BUmen Fenater
and Itcliccea Fi nster
II 27.12/4-11-18
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 48085C
IN RE: Estate of
LILLIAN K. LBWI8,
i teoegsed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Yon are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you maj have against
the estate of I.II I.'AN K. LEWIS
deceased late "f I hide County, Flor-
ida. tO the County Judges ol Dade
Countv. and file the same in their
In the Countv Courthouse in
Dade County, Florida, within eight
qaleadar months from the date of the
first publication hereof, or the same
will be barred.
First publication November !7. 1959.
8/ j. iircitALD i.kwis, u Executor
of the estate of Lillian K. Lewis,
deceased.
HERBERT B. KAI'FMAN
Attornev for Executor
1629 dul'ont Building
Miami .2, Florida ,_..,,
lami interids to reg-
sald nun. IVIth ih.iAti-i-k of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
SOL GOLDSTEIN
N( IBM \.\ u. LYONS
Attorney for Applicant
-3101 Blseayne Blvd.
11/20-27. U 1-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 59C10626
VEROINIF. FRANCES SPIKTOS,
Plaintiff,
vs.
THEO SPIRTOS,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: THEO SPIRTOS,
138 W. 2 HI. Street,
New York City, N.Y.
YOU ARE HEREBY N< iTII-IED that
suit for divorce, and in the alterna-
tive annulment, has been brought
luiainsi 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, GEORGE N. MacDONELLi.
on or before the 28th day of Decem-
ber, MM; otherwise the complaint
will be taken as confessed l>v you.
DATED, this 13th day of November,
A.D., MSM.
E. B. I.EATHERMAN,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(seal) By: K. M. LYMAN,
Deputy clerk
11/20-27, 12/4-il
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 fTRUAN.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: FLORENCE CI.'RKAN
63-r,0 Wet heroic Street
stage Park, New York
You, FLORENCE CURRAN, are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divoiec has been filed
against yon, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of ComDtalnl on the
plaintiffs Attorney, Richard W. Was-
sermaji. Esq., 4."i IJjicoln Road. Mi-
ami Beach :'.!'. Florida, and file the
original Answer or Pleading m the
office of the Clerk of the circuit
Court on or before the i.th gay of
ber, i!'"'.. if you fall to do
so. Judgment by default will i>c taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill Of Complaint.
This notice shall be published onco
Hell Week lor fO I iHVS Weeks
In THE JEWISH PTXVRIDIAN.
DONE AND OltDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 9th day of November,
AD. '
E. B. I.EATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
(seal) By: It. II RICE, JR.,
Deputy Clerk.
RICHARD W WASSERMAN, ESQ.
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach 39, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff.
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 nani- of
TltopiCANA BAR at UT." N.W. 79th
Sti.it. Miami. Fla.. intends to reg-
Isteff said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
JALK CORP. (a Ha. 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 name of
Ol IPHER-MI SMI Cl' 'Not Inc.' C 0
Jerome G. Q Security Trust
Bids;., Miami. Fla.. Intend to r.
said name with the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Court of Dad. County, l-lorida.
HARVEY B. BREAM
ROBERT L BFiRNSTBIN
HARRY H. KATZ
JEROME O. OREENE
Attorney for Applicants
241 Security Trust Bldg.
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 name of
PELICAN BAR & GRILL at 7818
Northeast Seconcl Avenue. Miami,
Florida Intends to register snld name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
JOHN (1F.NONI100%
I.EW1SON AND F-RF:ED
Attorneys for Qenonl
West F'lagler Street
Miami. Florida
11/20-27, 1274-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ESQUIRE BARBER SHOP at 2527
Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables,
Fla.. Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dad.- County, Florida.
JOSE ITRRELY
GARY ORTEGA
Sola Owners
WALTERS. MOORE & COSTANZO
Attorneys for Applicants
1008 Alnsley Bldg:.
11/20-27.12/4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
IJENERAL ELECTRONICS at 1SS9
.lames Avenue. Miami Beach, Florida
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
TRANS-OCF^ANIC SALF'.S, INC.
Sole Owner
ELI BREGER
Attorney for Owner
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Fla.
11/1S-20-S7. lt/^
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOT1CF: IS HEREBY GIVF2* that
Hie undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
PALMLAND PRINTERS at 7987 Bls-
eayne 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 HEREBY C.IVF1N that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MIAMI MENSTOOS at 1433 N.B. Mi-
ami Place, Miami, Florida Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
M-LEE SPORTSWEAR
OF MIAMI, INC.
By: Ruth Cohen, President
SEYMOUR J. SIMON
Attorney for F'ran-Lee Sportswear
of Miami, Inc.
11/1J-20-27, 12/4
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t, November 27, 1959 -JeHlstifhrldBan LEGAL NOTICC Page 15-A |E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF _5RIDA IN ANO FOR DADE IOUNTY. If* CHANCERY, No. 59C1C083 ]IA NATHANS) IN, her busbana, my s.w}UkXauti^ %  • %  •• •••>•• n miffs, _/ A. BROCK %  KLL1B RAY BROCK, k a UK RAK BROCK, %  el.'InialHS. hOT CE OF .PUBLICATION IAMBS A. BROCK |2-'l N.W. 154th street jade County, Florida ARR HEREBY NOTIFIED Complafcit for Mortgage Focepv ha* been filed again.! you. •oil are required to nerve a copy >III lUtlr or pleading to the Ualnt on, plaintiffs' attorney, M 'BERLINER, Suite 1404, Hllijlldlng, Miami, Florida; and 111...ilginal answer fir pleading Office of the Clerk of the Clrourt on or before the 4th day of Dber, 1939. If you fall to do ao. Bent by default will be taken ^i you for the relief demanded Be t 'omjdalnt. INK AND ORDERED at Miami. thia 2nd day of November, E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. cuit Court, Dade County, Florida |j By: JOAN SNEKDEN. Deputy Clerk. 11/6-13-20-27 -THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE kvENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE [COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, NO. 59C106OS BIS SIEGLER. Tlalntlff, LEN SIEGLER. efendant. NOTICE TO APPEAR HELEN SIEGLER 137 Bast *7th Street \. w York, N.Y. br ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED j,i Hiilt for Divorce has been filed EIIM you In the above atyled Court. [oi ARE REWI'IKE1> to serve a yiur Answer or other pleadB* unpn Plaintiff's attorney, AR%  •]'. 7j. (JOVrLIEB. 820 N.E. BeeI Avi-mie. Miami. Florida, ami to the original Answer In the o fill.Clerk of the above styled 111. on ur before the ISth day of %  %  > %  list, otherwise, the allegaof the Complaint will be taken f< MiifeitHt-d by you. b.\TE|i at .Miami, Florida, thin 4th of November, 1959 i: B. UEATHHRMAN, Clerk, tircult Court, Dade County, Florida %  piBy: K. M. L^ MAN. Deputy Clerk li/i-it-to-n &mito BY HENRY LEONARD LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVHN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious naj 8ANDRINA OR MIAMI at 316. N.W. Mth Street, Miami. Forlda Intends WneglsUir saWnttme Nrlrtentlf ClAt* of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. TUW EMBROIDERY WORKS*, INC. Milton Tow, 1'resident MARVIN I WIENER 1111 Alnsley Bldii. .Miami 32. Fla. Attorney for Bandrtna of Ml.mil 11/13 -20-27, 12/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of CANDEE CAM: VARIETIES at 17800 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach. Fla.. intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. TOMAQ c. (a Fla. Corp.) Irving M. Finn 11/13-20-27. 12/4 "And for making this Bar Mttzvah day possible, I should like to thank my dear parents, my sister and brother, my beloved Hebrew teacher, Mr. Boyarsky, and my devoted psychiatrist, Dr. MacDonald." Cf. ft*. In—* r.nn. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of AZIi: OF MIAMI at 490 North Bast 112th Street, Miami 38. Florida Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ROBERT B. FRAZER CLYDE E. FOSTER, JR. Attorney for Robert E. Eraser 11/20-27.12/4-11 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! •••• -*+Jewisfrfte>ridii&n solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates I>ial Fit 3-4G05 lor messenger service LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under th' fictitious name of JOHN'S AI'TO RADIATOR SERVICE .ii :: L'7 i N w. Mth street, Miami lntends to r.-yister said n.tme with the Clerk of Hi.Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. DAVELIN, INC. HENRY NORTON Attorney for Applicant 1406 Blscayne Building 11/6-13-20-27 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE LEVENTH JUDIC.AL CIRCUIT OF |F! ORIDA IN AND FOR DADE 1 COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No, 59C10375 M'.EUT ALTON BISHOP Halntlff pANDA, I.OCISE BISHOP Defendant. SUiT FOR DIVORCE A: AMANDA LOUISE BISHOP B'oii are hereby notified that a Bill [complain* 'or Divorce has been £d against you, and you are reRi.-d to serve a cepy of your Answer I Pleading to the Bill of Complaint the plaintiff's Attorney. Martin s. fx< n. L'JO Seventy-first Street. Mi>i Bench; Florida and file the orig* I Answer or Pleading In the office !the Clerk Of the Circuit Court on before the 7th day of December. D'J. II you fall to do so. Judgment 5 default will be taken against you the relief, demanded In the Bill %  Complajnt. %  Tlii* notice shall be published once Ich \v,ck for four consecutive weeks I THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN. %  DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, En-Ida, this 4th day of November. Ll> 1H&9. J E R. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. %  Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida .,,1) By: JOAN SNEEI'EN. Deputy Clerk 11/6-13-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Noli 'i: IS HEREBY GIVEN that the mi desiring to engage in business under the lictttlom ntune of Goubaud d* Paris ai 54S Lincoln Road, Miami Beach intends to r.-i-i.r sa'.d name ith the Clei k of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. LILLIAN BRANDT, IMC. a Fla. Corp. El.I BREQEB Atioi ne for AppU< ant 120 Lincoln Road 11/6-13-20-27 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 59C 9274 ELINOR L. LL'L'EWICH. Plaintiff, JOSEPH LUCEWICH, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Yon, JOSEPH LUCEWICH. Corner of Carlock Avenue and Ilrace Avenue, Perth Amboy, New Jersey, are required to file your answ. r to the eomplalnt of divorce with the Clerk of too above Court and serve a copy thereof upon Herman Cohen, Attorney. 1305 Congress Building. Miand. F.orlda, on or before December T, 1959 or else complaint will be taken as confessed. Dated November 3rd, l>Si E. B. LEATHERN AN, Clfi*. Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (seal) By: JOAN SNEKDEN, ( Deputy Clerk 11/6-13-2U-27 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION R THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ILEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 59C104M PSEPH CHARLES SHAFRAN EX Plaintiff IBERMA MARY 8HAFRANEK D. f.ndanl 8UIT FOR DIVORCE fO: THERESA MARY SHAFRANEK 34 Wilton Avenue Norwalk, Connecticut .You THERESA -MARY SHAHtAIKK are hereby notified that "Bill k Complaint for Divorce has been %  led against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer If Pleading to the Bill of Complaint In the plaintiff's Attorney. Leonard L Klmball. 12589 HUcnyne Blvd.. Sorth Miami, Florida and file the Irlginal Answer or Pleading In the fcffi.-e of the Clerk of the Circuit Court In or before the 9th day of December |9Mi. If you fall to d> so, Judgment i> default wilTbe Uken against you %  or the relief demanded In the Bill V Complaint. ... DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. "Wide, this Ind day of November. 195 E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida Iseal) By: JOAN 8NBEDEN, Deputy Clerk. LEONARD L. KIMBALL it:\Vt Biscay ne Blvd. North Miami, Florida tto rney for Plaintiff n/ ,. 11 a> 87 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW i NOTICE 1st HEREBY OIVEN that Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage In Visinesa under the fictitious namesi of ASl'AL-AIRE, LTD. and FON"AINEHLEAC MEN'S SHOP at Dade County Intends to register said name fith the Clerk of the Circuit Court bf I>ade County, Florida. ..._..,_ 1FASHIONS li>R MEN LTD. INC A. M. Bernstein. President -fAI.IANOFF WALLER lAtloineya M „ U/8-1J-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREIIY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in bualnees under the tlclMowwin* BROWARD VISION BERVW-stMJ N. Federal Highway. H. '-.uderdale Ela., intenda to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Bade County. Klonda. U)M „ ARD I1EIGEL TE1TELMAN Attorneys for Applicant 901 Blacayne BUf. n/< ., 3 .20-2T To Import Jap Products In an effort to compete with these lower-cost products, Standard and Poor's reports that numerous domestic radio manufacturers recently completed arrangements to import substantial quantities of components (particularly transistors) from Japan. Strong Recovery For obvious reasons, the appliance industry was one of the fields hardest hit by the prolonged steel strike, and numerous manufacturers were forced to cut production because of inability to acquire desired quantities of steel. Fortunately for the industry, sales of both large and small appliances in the first nine months of 1959 ran comfortably ahead of year-earlier total. As in the case of television sets, a major portion of the gain was attributable to replacement of older units, reflecting increased consumer incomes and greater confidence in the general economy that prevailed during the recent recession. In the case of air conditioners. Standard and Poor's indicates that sales also were aided importantly by an unusually warm and prolonged "summer." As a result of these gains, sales of most appliance manufacturers in 1959 should be reported significantly higher than in the preceding year. In view of continued strong consumer demand, sales should experience sharp recovery upon resumption of normal steel deliveries to appliance makers. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In bualneen under the fictitious. name of DADE RECORDS at number 4701 M\V 2 Avenue In the City of Miami, Florida intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. Dated at Miami. Florida, this 17th day of November, 1959. MARLIN RECORD CORPORATION EUGENE I.EMI.ICH Attorney for Appllcan..^^ ^^ LESAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PySh'. C T AT rl2 N THE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA I* ANO FOR OADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 59C 6429 STELLA ItEHAR. Plaintiff. SIMON BEJLVR, Defendant. EUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: Simon Behar, aoSJ Urand Avenue. Attorney. HtK Ihiii ;,„.... 39 KlorPleading in the ottlcerf tto Urcu C "" rt n 'ia9 • H vou fall .0 do .0. December, lo9 ">"",., bt taken L .w ..r four conecutne SfiLrvnte A D E M B. LBAT.1ERMAN. Clerk Cho5l 1 VCKJR! OOMI. '• penury Clerk. HERBERT C. 7.EME1. Attorney for Plaintiff u/s 1S .S>-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of OEVERAL CARPETS at S5 North Eatt 2Mh Street. North Miami. Florida intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade CounO^Florhla.^ MAHBR Sole Owner CLTDE E. FOSTER, JR. Attorney for William j "jjRwMi NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of 1: A. M INDCSTRIAL AND TRAILING COMPANY at 5S60 N E. 2nd Avenue, Miami, Florida Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. OCSTAV R MAYER WELLISCH. DOUGHERTY & ZAIAC Attorneys for Oustav R. Mayer il 20-27, 12/1-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In buelnesa under the fictitious name of TEXAS TOTEM DIVERSIFIED INVESTMENTS at 11S23 Blscayne Blvd., Miami, Dade County, Florida, Intends to resistor said name with the Clerk %  •f Hi.Clroult Court of Dad.County, Florida. TEXAS TOTEM DIVERSIFIED INVE8TMEN MAL8PBI8 A BAKER Attorney* for Texas' Totem I >h erstlled Investments ; 1 :'"-•_':, 12/1-11 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JTJDIC AL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 59C1044 JOHN' c. AI1EAR, and ADA G. ABEAR, his wife, Plaintiffs, vs. ELLA M. MILLER, etc ct al. Defendants. ORDER TO APPEAR To; Ell:i M Miller. If single and If married then she and her husband whose names are unknown. If living and If dead their unknown heirs, devisees, legatees or grantees, Almee I. I. Scott, and J. M. Scott, her husband. If living and If dead, their unknown heirs, devisees, legatees, or grantees; M. C. Hawes, andif married Hawes, his wife. If living and If dead, their unknown heirs, devisees, legatees, or grantees; Harry Cohen and If married Cohen, his wife. If living and If dead their unknown heirs, devisees, legatees, or grantees, credit !" trustees, or other naitles Whether natural or corporate, claiming Interest] by through under or against said parties defendant or otherwise, and also all persons having or claiming any Int-rests in th. following described lands, situate, lying and being In Dade County. Florida, to "L0t 7. Block, t, TWELFTH STREET MAN6RS, 3rd SECTION, a Subdivision according to the Flat thereof recorded In Plat Book 6. at Page 162 of the Public Records of Dade Coiintv, Florida.'' YOU AND EACH OF YOU. are hereby required to serve a copy of v..ur answer to the Complaint to Quiet Title on plaintiff's Attorney 802 Calumet Bldg., Miami. Fla.. on or before the 7th day of December, 19S9, and file the original with the Clerk of this Court otherwise the allegations of said complaint will be taken as confessed by you and eacn I>aled this Srd day of November. m *" a B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida Deputy Clerk NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of FLORIDA SUNSHINE ESTATE at 13715 Blscayne Boulevard, Miami, Florida Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. I.YNJAY. INC. a Fla. Con>. LAURENCE DISK1N Attorney for Owners H10 N.E. 103rd Street ]i/2 ^ i 2/4 u NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business undei the fictitious name of RONDEN ENTERPRISES at 730 1st AY... Miami Beach, Fla., intends to register said name with the Clerk or Ircult Court of Dade County, ""AMERICAN ERCIT PURVEYORS INC.. a Florida corporation By: Harry Sturm, President TA1.1ANOIE A WALLER "tonWi ,1/6-13-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name or V LEW .. ASSOCIATES at 11.M Lincoln Road, Miami Beaolt, [Via Intends to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit 1 oart of Dade County. Florida. MARRY LEVY ARTHUR O. aOTTLTEB Attorney for Applicant m NK "* V %  11/6-13-20-27 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage Jo KM.lni.ss under the fictitious name of FA.I"R< R""RESORT SHOP at 441 Arthur 0,-ifrew Road Intends tor> ^C^R^ W !" .&£* "* WI ^ AM ?, r /Wi7 N 12/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of COLLECTION BUREAU OF AMERICA at 1784 NE. 183rd Street. North Miami Beach, Florida. Intends to register said name with the^ Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor"%. C. FRU8C1ANTE **?„<**£„ IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 59C 3682-K-Prunty A8BNATH FRISHMAN, Plaintiff, BEYMOUR FRISHMAN. I N"OT|'CE >, 'OF PUBLICATION TO: SEYMOUR FRISHMAN IVfendant :,ll North 14th Street Las Veiras N. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that the Final Decree of Divorce dated August 3, 1959 entered In the BOOTS styled cause has been set a_side and that the plaintiff, ASENATM FRISHMAN. has been permitted to til.this new Notice of Publication reinstalling said suit. Yojl are urtli.r notified that an Amended Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against vou In this cause and you are hereby required to serve a copy of roar Answer or other pleading to said Amended Bill of Complaint on plaintiff's attorney, MILTON A. PRIgDMAN, 1111 Alnsley Bulldlnir. Miami 32 norida, and file the original with the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 7th day of December, 1.>9. or Judgment by default wllI be taken against you. You are hereby further notified that said Amended Bill of Complaint also prays for title to the following described property to become vested solely In your plaintiff, ASENATH FRISHMAN: Lot 9. Block 2 CRYSTAL VIEW, according to the Plat thereof, as recorded in Plat Book 12 at Page 47 of the Public Records of Dade County, Florida: also known as 8550 Crystal View Court, Miami, Dade County, Florida. A„,„v.DATED this 30th day of October, 1959, at Miami. Dade County. Florida. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk Circuit Court, Dade county, Florida fseal) By: K. M. LYMAN. (seal) Deputy Clerk. MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Plaintiff Till Alnsley Bldg. Miami 32, Florida ** •>-••* tl/-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 \III -KPT'S BAR & PACKAGE STORE. a?*!.*! W fitAvenue Miami, Fla.. ^ iiicK-'EY's'-lNC: OF MIAMI (a Fla. Corp.) KESSLER A OARS Attorneri for Applicant im S.W. 1st Street u/l| |0 r> „,, ATTORNEYS! CQRPORATMOM 0iJTFtTS Lowest Prices — Quickest Delivery in South Florida Ccdl THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN at Fit 3-4605



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Pag 16-A -Jmitf FkriMan =7. Couples' Son Mokes Discovery The son of a Miami educator is making news again He :s Dr E P Goldberg. supervisor of advance dielectrc development at the Xe Produce Petelopmenj Laboratory of General Electric in safcawaa Falls. N Y. Dr. Goldberg was instrumental in the success of Lexan r< GE's now erecting a commercial plant for the manufacture of the mem product on a ISO-acre site the Ohio River in Indiana. The youthful s the son of Rev and Mrs. George Goldberg. 2M0 SW lh st. Miam H.s ;fe. Frances, at the daughter of Mr and Mrs Reuben Blaustem. 1890 SW i*th ter. Diplonat, Singer Due at Bond Tribute Sunday eadutg soprano U1 S* goat entertainer at the dinner of tribute honoring Rabbi Yaakov R.vvonbcrc and Congregation Beth Davd on Sunday even.ng at Miami Springs Villas Harry Gordon, chairman of the dinner arrangements committee, und Sidnev M. Aronovitx. president f the congregation, said that Sboshana Shoshan. who attracted the music world's attention when she made her operatic debut as the leading soprano of the Israel National Opera in Tel Aviv, u.ll provde vocal entertainment at the dmner. AKo comma to Mieav for the aTlnrT" will be Dr. Abraham BH ran, director af erwwsHee affairs m the lraal Minisrry far Foreipn Affairs. Or. Biran will make a spac al presentation an behalf a* rha State af Israel to Rabbi Rosenberg and CongreeAtian Bath David far "outstanding service to Israel's economic progress through Israel Bonds." Shoshana Shosan's debut cess with the Israel National Op era won rave notices from the ceess was tmmed; ately followed by a series of con Cedars Over $400,000 Mark After on? week of campaigning. the Cedars of Lebanon Hospital building fund exceeded $400,000 The sum was pledged against a goal of O.4W.000. The gifts were 1 received from sources. Co-chairrr.cn Abe Aronovitx and Sam Luby expressed enthusiasm over "the quick response" at a re port meeting on Thursday night. "We have every reason te hope far a successful campaign baaed an these early return* whan yau consider that our ratal eeekita| t en r— will exceed 4,*M ajrea ] pacts." Aronavitx noted. "This is an unqualified awaaenitratenn af I confidence in niwoscoaa {£ py Riom, K } tf ^ H. fog, p, P'talHv Shop, Consultation ] Room SMOUf An a awVflMM made appearances on the major television network shows. Her out-| standing performances resulted in anwanwan for personal appearances ( all over the United States and Canada. $>e has appeared at Carnegie Hall. Town Hall. Madison Square Garden, and as soloist with the Symohony of the Air, and w th me WMnember New Yark Philharmonic Orchestra. An interesting aspect of Shosha' na Sh.is.tans career is that. .\ik Included in the gifts was a pledge for $100,000 from the Ladies' Auxiliary of the hospital This sum will endow the Hospitality Shop and the Maternity Wing. A number of other units have already been dedicated 'n the new hospital. They include the Lobby Lounge. Minor Surgery Room. soloist, she is sought after by colleges and universities a< a '• ading cert and rsdio appearances which being recognized as an operatic rocketed her to national prom nence. The Metropolitan Opera star. Jan Peerc*. on a concert tour ot Israel, heard Miss Shoshan sing and encouraged her to come to America where she now has %  p ermanent residence." On her arrival in New York, sh? interpreter of her native Israel' art and folk songs. A highlight of the dinner of tribute Sunday night win be the presentation of the flag of the City of Jerusalem to Congregation Beth' David ai a synthetic gesture of Israel's appreciation of the support which the congregation has given to the Israel Bond program. A separate woswj, committee is beadsta] Lotterman. ud Mrs. Morris R l The 14.250.000 a-, nity hospital win ^ part of the new Mea ical Center Ground i* Nov. 8. and actual w'll begin in tat mt\ Plans call for a structure will fata, air-connitionin| w ith I room control tad tat | innovations in lion. latke Perry JU. fanshinc Rebektkl have a latke par; %  tag a: the Works ttorium. 25 WasaingteJ Gurion Hopes for Peace; Sees Military Test Ahead Continued from Pi 1 parties need not prevent cooperation the Prime Mnuster said. He added that he deplored election smears hich "were shameful and damaging to the workers' um'v The letter was seen in some quarfeaa a. a new bid to Acbdut Avodah to take part m the next coalition. Meanwhle. the Prime Minister continued his talks aitii part] lead ers for a new coalition, and met with leaders of the left-w.ng Ma pam with whom he discussed among other coalition questions that of c Cabinet responsibility of ail coalrtoo partners. It was learned that the Prune Minister had again failed to per suade Mrs Golda Me.r to continue as Foreign Minister in the ne* government Authoritative sources said Mrs. Meir's dec sioa conM be considered final H was given to Mr. Ben-Gunon at a private meeting. Mrs. Meir who will continue public service as a member of Knesset. Israel's Parliament %  ay be succeeded by Abba Ehanl Israel's former Ambassador to the United awn The urtra-Oi w iid ua Agudat Israel and Poalo Agudat Israel re•*t**d a *aoai aid to icnn n the nort coalman. Acting an direc ties af the iaint Aajwdeh Supreme Reiigcows Council, Csaolei Hatarah. party leaders said they could m* accept the invitation. 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Page 14-A Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDilN Frida Y. No^mb*^ The Late Rabbi Brickner: Man of Exceptional Statute PORTRAIT OF A RABBI. An Affectionate Memoir on the Lif• • of Brntt R. -Brickner. By Samuel M. Silver. 125 pp. Cleveland, O.: Barnett R. Brickner Memorial Foundation. S4.00. A TRIBUTE TO one of America's great clergymen is ** this gracious memoir by Rabbi Samuel Silver >n honor of his late associate. Rabbi Barnett R. Brickner. for thirty lour years a leader of Cleveland Jewry and rabbi of the Euclid Avenue Temple (now known as The Fairmount Temple). A man of exceptional stature. Rabbi Brickner was also a man of warmth and wisdom, of unusual humanity and extraord nary education. One might ask Miami's Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. of Temple I-rail, who was installM by him. or North Miami's Rabbi Benno Wallach. Panorcpni: who was inspired by him. what tort of a man he was; both are mentioned tn • this-Jxwk. ~ Although Rabbi Brickner is known as the man who debated with Clarence Darrow and came out well ahead, who duelled on rad'o with Father Coughlin. his greatest accomplishments lie in the reform which he brought to the Reform movement. When Brickner first appeared on the national scene. Reform "was largely Inimical to Zionism .. Ultimately, of course. Reform leaders recognized the assertion that Jews had a right to live anywhere ought to include Palest ne loo." Brickner was one of the leaders of this metamorphosis, as in the removal of anti-Zionism from the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. Huhlinlits of the Brickner m nistry in Cleveland which eventually influenced the Reform movement nationally which the rabbi "tradiuW g many of the cerea^r**! By DAVID SCHWARTZ Beard Enough for All the American Rabbinate I WAS READING an Israeli story about 0 '.. jr. the new IS. Ambas%  I, who apparcr.My is very •nuch 1 bed there. The story I read was in %  need tCc about hi visit to B'nai Brak. notrd all over Israel for its spec: I religious character. Reid was at a banluct there and admired the rabbi's 1 beard. It was large and flowing—veryfew like it are to be seen even in Israel, and Mr. Reid jokingly remarked to the cha.rman quietly, that in America such a beard would suffice for a hundred rabbis. Capitol SpotHgh: By MILTON FRIEDMAN On Race Relations Washington THE AMERICAN NEORO is increasingly aware of the rote played by Jews in improving racial relations. Normalization of Negro attitudes toward Jews is reflected in magazines like "Ebony." This and other Negro periodicals today achieve a level of excellence that surpasses manyJewish publications. A tendency existed in the Negro press to sympathize with the Arabs as a colored" race confront ed by the Israelis, a "white" race. There has also been criticism of Israels handling of the integration of North African Jews. Allegations were made of a "color line" in Israel. But recent articles in Negro periodicals reflect a growing objectivity It is encouraging to those seeking interracial harmony. Ebony currently features a picture storv of an American student at Hebrew University in Jerusalem The student. | native of Ghana, won an Israeli government scholarship The 22-year-old African had never before seen a Hebrew book. He studied Hebrew intensively and read everything he could f;nd on Jewish history Today he is one of the top students at the university As a botany major, he is learning to combat Ghana's plant diseases. Hesitant at first, the young African is now completely at home—even in Jerusalem's synagogues He has developed a fondness for the chanting of the cantor and the traditional rituals. Popular on the campus, he is drafted at student parties to perform the stirring martial dances of the Ashanti and recount tales of his warrior ancestors. According to Ebony, the student "earnestly admires Israel and the Israelis." He said "they are the friendliest people I've ever known total strangers stop me in town and shake my hand, declaring they're glad to see me here." Ebony made a point of picturing the Negro's social acceptance in Israel and depicted him in friendly conversation with Jewish girls. He is also shown with his Jewish roommate, preparing to attend a university dance. He "never misses Friday night dances" and feels "it just takes time to get used to the idea that white girls are just people." His acceptance is made to appear natural against the background of the integration in Israel of people from many lands. Off the American scene. Ebony has lauded the Brooklyn Jewish Hospital Boys' Chih as a "prescription for delinquency." A low-income section of Brooklyn surroundirg the hospital was the scene of destructive youthful depradations. But the Jewish hospital responded to the situation with love, creating an interracial club for the scores of small boys, mainly Negro, who loitered in nearby alleys. The boys were given minor duties around the hospital grounds r in fairly recently, beards were large')confined to religious Jews and jrti-ts. Also Ernest Hemingway, our tan m %  <•'. American novelist, wore one. Artisis cultivated beards perhaps to be distinctive or because they thought it added to beauty. It was like the lawn in front of your house. You don't just go out and remove the grass. After all. whiskers are a kind of face grass. The Jews of old seemed to have the idea that the beard could be a beautiii:i thing. In the Talmud there is a discussion on the psycnology of beards. One who has a pointed beard is shrewd. The man with a large divided beard is apt to be the stubborn domineering type whom the whole world cannot budge. Masculine beauty was associated with strength, and the hair on the body showed virility. When Samson had his hair cut, he lost his strength. Perhaps this accounts for the fact that the Mid rash says that Haman was a barber. Evidently they didn't have much respect for the man who cut your hair. Of course it may be that they concluded that Haman was i barber because under him the Jews were saved by a close shave. Early America was clean shaven. Washington and Jefferson wore no beards, but later, by the time of the Civil War. everyone began sprouting whiskers. Jefferson Davis. Lee. Grant and even Lincoln all cultivated beards. Perhaps there is a rhythm that explains the wearing of beards. However, it should be noted that while the men of the Revolution—the age of Washington and Jeffersonwore no beards, they did wear wigs, so that they made np for the hair cut from their chins by adding to the hatr on their heads. I had always ascribed Mr. Hemingway's attachment to a beard to its association with manly strength, but in an interview in the New York Herald Tribune recently, be said the reason he wears a beard is that his skin is very sensitive to razors. Today the beard is staging something of a revival We see this in the beatniks, and in Fidel Castro's revolutionary associates and all about us. There is. I think, much to commend in this. Civilization which seems to many abou to collapse over our beads, may be saved by its whiskers! No doubt the practice of shaving really owes its strength, when past the patriarchal stage, to the fact tha* the male began to be envious of the smooth hairless female of striving to make an asset of what we really are. all strive to be the same thing Judging by the face today, if weren t for a few wrinkles, which fortunately we canit not remove, we could not distinguish between a boy or girl, man or woman. I wonder if shaving ,s not a contributing factor to the mcreasing juvenile delinquency The beard* was a 1 neof demarcation between the juvenile and the older person The yeung are told to respect their elders, but bow can they respect them when the elders confess by rSov"" every mark of age. that the young are superior Whv be.rd d ,h 0 ,he 0W 2"£* !" to~Wi. theTage andTtne beard th. goes with it' Is age which bring, experience and knowledge something to be ashamed of "**"""* Now u the time for all good men to think twice before removing their whiskers-to ask themselvesYhe^tion awarene^r **" d e€W l d a ** !" ^loSi Betrnt* Tew an* Me: BORIS SMOUR were the ways In temple by .restorfng many of the ceremow which Reform, "grown cold and austere m style and in its outlook." had let slip -TV, Hebrew in Reform services and the retm V* of Reform's "new h&jLmelodies are part much to Rabbi Brickner. His death on May 14. 1958. i. a cont'nuiM „J American Jewry. In the words of his eulofto7J5*l Heller: "Our profession was bonrnYd andMS>" through all hi, life He was convinc^ffi* of the Jewish people was resident ln lls f, llk *T natural rally'ng place was the synagogue th* by ancient imprint and by continuing need people, a people whose heart is a purpose"' TI Rabbi Brickner's principles: his life wai hi, 1 them. • • • AS THE TWIG IS BENT. By Morris M.ndtl a., York: Jonathan David. $3.95. Very d^appointing is Dr. M< rris M everyday living." which lives up to neither its a porary preoccupation with Jen, public relations for dedxaooe %  Temple Sinai of Stamford, Con, is widely known for hit stnidr from-the-shoulder artieulatenesss basic issues. His most recent nouncement — on the cooversisat unss in Judaism today — gets this laymani qualified hechsher though it stands up withott ta endoraement. In most recent years the Jewish community la been treated to an outburst of pro-eonversn preachments by seen of the rabbinical and layehu. This writer, in articles in this column and ouar publicatwns, has taken the view that the Khws of proeelytnng, however sincere, were nuitikea a purpose. We often question the propriety of setof merchandise through promotion How much eat improper is it then to embark on misiiooizm|i faith? Replying to inquiries from members of bis e gregation on the establishment of missionary gnm to invite non-Jews to become Jews, Rabbi She said: "Not only do I deplore the movement; I 1* moan the attention given to it. True, it sussi good headline, but newspapers interested in Kf acy should add that those who promote this Hsv represent an exceedingly tiny fraction of our peopk "The reason most Jews shy away from this effort is that they agree that there can be many!*** to salvation, not just one. As a Jew I think aigby of my faith, and I even think it is the best tors* Others derive help and become fine indivjd* through their own faith and. by and large. VW are more comfortable in the faith of their M**, "The proponents of missio mng point out %  many a convert to Judaism has become n icW temple worker. That is true. Some of my v* Jewish friends are one-time non-Jews and J*J but they entered Judaism voluntarily. %  •"* through the route of matrimony and the coirncti" that one faith per family is enoigh." B # nai BVith Puts the Accent on Youth Today 5a JEWISH ORGANIZATIONS interested m promoting Jewish culture among American Jewish youth should follow n.w" CC nent exam P | of the B'na* v. v l l £ invention last week m Newark. tne B^ B mh out of its way to place the accent oc £? %  ,"? 5 ckcd UP Pronoun^ ments of iu leaders on this subjecTXand preparing it fo7the t*S£^J£!^*J' vuh of American Jews must t?£& ££** * Brith is to create an informed generaU^ Z ? ** f "•• aware of the essentials ot jErSTlSEE f youn J *. aD the rich meaning of JetuJTexn^ bt !"!" Brith leader-iip „£ to lS^S?SSSil. 2L£lS by the Jewish youth, to that the young • understand the positive values which comprise *" noble the Jewish tradition. The mum "he B'nai B'rith youth program also e l m3S r| f (l(g —ity responsibility and strives to train the y* !" ^ to resist the egocentric pressures which '"TTUll In this work the B'nai B'rith leaders seek ,0 "jpl young people a synthesis of the best of the it* '" nr] Amerxan heritage. Naturally, in implemeatui ^i gram, the B'nai B'rith b confronted by ^ %  J^ssf stacles which have consirteatly stymied all ;** cators. However, with every year the Impart ^ £<-o** stronger and stronger. This is du' "„ jw*^ high priority which the B'nai Brith vt, ^Lg0*] activities, and secondly, to the enwrgetie "f*^,tsJ ich men as Philip Khitztuck and Label A. W ^g, wives come from the ranks of the organiM" 00 ^



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r 27. 1959 ^JmlstifhrMian Page 5-B rhp wto Friendship Fete Due Monday "Chain-of Friendship" brunch, a paid-up membership party for members of the Miami chapter of Hadassah, wHl be held Monday, 1 t ( 0f SJ CAROL NEWMAN University of Pennsylvania, she played in such leading productions as "Come Back Little Sheba," and was also a principal performer in the American Theater Wing's Cape Playhouse at Dennis, Mass. In Honolulu, she teaches high school while Paul attends graduate classes. But she is also singled out for leads in such plays as "Lysistrata" and "Our Town." All of which makes her Miami pediatrician father and mother proud beyond words. ^^^^ Thanksgiving Party Sunday Armed Services committee of the National Jewish Welfare Board will sponsor a Thanksgiving party for local servicemen Sunday, 2 p.m., at the Jewish Home for the Aged. Mrs. Louis Glasser, chairman of the JWB committee in the Greater Miami area, has made arrangements for the affair. Dental Auxiliary 1o Meet Alpha Omega Dental Auxiliary will meet at noon Dec. 8 at the Barcelona hotel. Leonard Kimball, Miami attorney, will be guest speaker. He will discuss "Art Through the Ages." THE FINEST FOR YOUR AFFAIR Your choice of the following rooms: EMBASSY • VICTORIA • BRIOAOOON KING'S TERRACE • ARGYLE • HEATHER Surroundings of elegance and luxury, faultless service and incomparable cuisine. Groups of 10 to 475 are accommodated royally for all catered occasions. for menus and information tall: Kurt Woill Coloring Director UN 6-7792 Oi-Prtmlstf Parking SIX ACRES ON THE OCEAN AI 98th STREET • MIAMI BIACH TI0NAL HOTEL KT FACILITIES THE FINEST CATERING % DINGS • BAR MTTZVAHS • PARTIES ORGANIZATION MEETINGS. tc. THI flrWST rOOO THI flMtSl SHV/CI si. •Cortt.y far which tht NattMol Hottl l ret | CAU MUM f OR REJfRVAT/0NS JE 2-2311 NATIONAL HOTEL Collins Avenue (Oceoir and 16th St.) % %  In Miami it's FLORIDA-FOREMOST DAIRIES For Home Delivery Phone FR 4-2621 Th great nm in dai'y product* FRANK J. HOLT, Managai \



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Pag* 4-B +Je*i&rhrM*H) Itu uft KioruiM* EII-IIMIW OUNSELOR YOUR MARRIAGE li Muui' KuMUUl fmm I htaaaVM AUNOIUTY, IMWI ASP Ai TMO MARS ,v ,>t SAMUfl VJ MING IS HI M* COIUMN Wttl M tfSUMK) UtON HIS MCQ VWV. Mn.Il ** a duiaec oai cructtos at Toaapse Bank %  CWI II &f%  i % % %  !>; iif i.kiiMi.fc— to tw sold SceneIV: H to m Taepn* audaonum. Shows ar SWMfl mWnWi MNI v-h^u^cr. nj 'is* Mrs, $*nM Ci awa n %  iwtfWi i %  jurr'tr Mrs. 3-*w{xv*oe$ ck*ci PKxwwds or* for sen*, stabsndv tend. Women Assist Hospital Drive Mrs Nathan*! Levin, president ctf the Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Auxiliary, reported this eek that the Auxiliary has subscribed to raise S100.MO for the hospttauty shop and maternity via*. l/nder the cc-chau-maaship of Mrs. Ted Lotterman and Mrs MorI•> %  Blau. the Auxihary ha* organized a w omen's campaign Assisting them as division rhaarmea are Mrs. Darnel Brody. Mrs. Normaa Brown. Mrs. Miltoa Cash. Mrs. decree Cheren. Mrs. Norman, GLadsdcu. Mrs Harry Gordon. Mrs. Ben Issenberg and Mrs. Louis Lambert \fco Mrs Howard Phetaa. Mrs Reuben Rochkind. Mrs. Wayne S. R.ers. Mrs? Charles L. beef. Mrs. Samnel Mrs. Mathaa Turner Jerry L Wets*. tm -. :T am tSJBSAUCuml ot Gable-ite Named National V. P. Mrs. Benjamin Kamen, of Coral Gables, was elected a national vice president of the Women's PiviskoruoLJhe American Jewish Congress at the organization's ru tional raannlal convention which ended in B a rt o n last weekend. Mrs. Kamen and other officerwere installed at a luncheon :n Boston's SUtler-Hilton hotel, with Dr. Joachim Print, national AJCoagress president, as principal speaker. More than 70* delegates from all sections of the country attended the four-day meeting. which was also addressed by Pulitzer Prize • inning historian Arthur Schles inger. jr.; Sen. Wayne Mars*


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November 27, 1969 .***<#* nrjrtrnnn Page 5-A MOlW NEBO CEMETERY HAS PERPE^^ CARE FUND $125,000 every cent of which is dedicated to preserving the beauty of Miami's finest Jewish cemetery Naturally, you will devote much time and serious • consideration to the selection of a permanent Burial Estate for your family. That's why it is so important to know about Miami's finest and oldest Jewish cemetery Mount Nebo. Over $125,000.00 is now in its Perpetual Care Trust fund, for which The First National Bank of Miami acts as trustee. This fund is steadily increasing and is the. largest of its kind owned by any exclusively Jewish cemetery in Miami. It guarantees you a Burial Estate in surroundings that will always be maintained at, the highest level of beauty and perfection. OVER 4,000 JEWISH FAMILIES REPRE8ENT.NC DADE COUNTY'S FINEST, HAVE ALREADY WISE • THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK or MIAMI H .-. >e toto Ml. Nbo Cantry. fee. SiOJ N. W. Jrd Str**l Miami. Florida Gcatl*ra*a: W* no.. with c*n*id*rablo aatUlaction that your P.rp.lvjal Car* Trust Fund at* which this aaak .* Truoto* aow ,x


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J *e W<. oman s "World I >\ The Charles Fruchtmans, their bags packed wafttfig at their Flamingo pi. hbrhe for a long distance call from their son and daughter-in-law in Toledo, O. Although this will be the Fruchtmans' eleventh grandchild, they're as nervous and excited as they were for the first ... Mr. Fruchtman is this year's guest of honor at the Yeshiva dinner Dec. 27 at the Fontainebleau aJph Klines and children Lori and Kerry back from a trip Miss., where they visited their son, Matthew Aaron, who Air Force Matthew's a graduate of Jackson High, and fthe University of Florida for a year before entering ser^The family lives at 1031 NE No. River dr. nd Mrs. David Ponve, 5915 Pine Tree dr., postcarding-it prid to Mrs. Anne Padawer that they expect to be home in December The Ponves have been touring Europe Bust. ody want a batch of addressed letters from Copenhagen? cross out Grace and Burton Goldstein's name Grace mail them, finding the bundle in her suitcase when the npacked at home Incidentally, while abroad, they and Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes in Tel Aviv and then again lesc costumes with hats that were lampshades and could Iwon first prize at the party for Dr. and Mrs. Max Gratz fy were on their cruise Krone in the bakery shop buying a Danish to take into My shop for munching while here hair dried Telling (bout the cruise she and Chester were going to take on Ico C }ic Jacobson proud of her Chazz, publicity director of the Miami Jewish Federation President Sam Heiman a national award from San Francisco that Charlie's ent won at the 28th general assembly of the Council of federations and Welfare Funds gony: Pert, undergraduate-looking Sue Stevens Hussays she's house cleaning and hates to part with any[Bar Mitzvah of Fred L. Buxbaum, of Hialeah, is the occareception to be given by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herb 1, at Michel's restaurant on Saturday evening sg out-of-town guests are Fred's maternal grandparents, Mrs. Zachary Saltzman, and" aunt Fern, of Brooklyn, N.Y.; grandmother, Ifts. Frftda 'Buxbatmt, Mr. and Mrs. Harold and family, and William Szidon, all of New York; and Mrs. Irv Buxbaum, of Massapequa, L.I. [the Birth Front: A son, Andrew Harris, born to Mr. and rome (Louise) Soowal on Nov. 9 at Broward County Cental .. Irew joins sisters, Allison, 7, Wendy, 3, and Lynn Ann, 2 Is Nov. 15 at the Soowal home, 3125 SW 15th st., Ft. Lauderpth Rev. Abraham Seif officiating Prnal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Soowal, of t>od Maternal grandfather is Harry Einhorn, of Miami tome is a Florida state horticulturist Louise is a past [of the Ft. Lauderdale B'nai B'rith chapter, and a Sunday I teacher. i the memory of women women .. women ... All rushut the Eden Roc and Fontainebleau for the joint national ?s of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations and Federation of Temple Sisterhoods ... Leopold Schwartz and Mrs. Aaron Kanner everywhere at Mrs. Harold Spaet, Mrs. Rita Greenwood, and Miss Sue itz marching about with pots of flowers Hyman Kaplan busy with pages Mrs. Martin Fine kg in lovely yellow [Mrs. Aaron* Fair's transportation desk, Mrs. Inez Krensky to Elmer and Dorothy Mayer, of Dayton — she went to [with them ... Mr. and Mrs. David K. Marks, East Orange, Ight in the picture, too — she's an AEPhi, along with Inez prothy ... [the Hospitality Room, Mrs. Sidney Rosenberg, Mrs. Burgpteiner and Mrs. Richard Bergman serving juice and talking ood — Fontainebleau, Mrs. Samuel Gertman and friends talkbut National Council of Jewish Women in the midst of the on of two other conventions Leon Kronish greeting everyone Mrs. Morris Dorf — pnds will remember her as former Miamian Nora Holley — at every step r-. Charles Feinberg and her cousin, Rabbi Eugene J. Lipbf Gotham Town, in family talk He's the author of N and Judaism." Ml M re hundred turning out Tuesday to say farewell to Greater ^Jewish Federation executive director Dr. Benjamin B. f rg, wife Mickey, and their two sons ... Gay pink and Jpastels of the ballroom at the Seville contrasting with the %  serious mood of so many friends eager to wish Ben and 1 well but really sorry to see them go Names made F-s. top community leaders and socialites among guests ... per for a round dozen at the George Cohens' South Miami [Thanksgiving Day, followed by quartets — violin, piano, tllo — if anyone's able to bow or blow after the turkey. Jewish Floridian Miami, Florida. Friday, November 27, 1959 Section B Area chairmen of the Women's Division for State of Israel Bonds discuss their roles in preparation for the Diplomat Ball welcoming Israel's new Ambassador to the United States, Avraham Harman, Saturday evening, Dec. 5, at the Fontainebleau hotel. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Miriam Press, South Shore Planning their annual membership brunch are these Hebrew Academy Women. The brunch will take place at the Fontainebleau hotel on Wednesday noon, Dec. .9. Seated (left to riqht) are Mesdames Sam Reinhard, Joseph Shapiro, president, Hebrew Academy Women, and Julius Rosenstein. Standing are Mesdames Leo Reinhard and Jack Gerson. Miami Woman Gets Top Award A Miami woman was named winner in a nationwide contest sponsored by the National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods. Mrs. Jack Levkoff, of Temple Israel of Greater Miami, was presented with the award at the 22nd biennial assembly of the women's arm of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations at Miami Beach. Mrs. Levkoff wrote the script for "Days and Our Yesterdays," and won the award in the "MotherDaughter" category The script-writing contest was aimed at providing inspir'ng, educational and entertaining programs for the National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods. The material covered every area of Sisterhood activity with Jewish or relig'ous subjects as major themes. Nineteen awards were announced at the Miami Beach conclave where more than 4,000 delegates from 600 Reform temples in the Western Hemisphere met in the largest convention in the history of any Jewish organization. chairman; Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, honorary chairman of the Women's Division; Mrs. Abram Fox, Brickell area chairman; Standing (left to right) are Mrs. Robert Perlman, Venetian Islands chairman; Mrs. Tobias Simon, Keystone Island chairman; and Mrs. Leo Gelvan, Hialeah chairman. 'Back to School 1 At Beth Sholom Monday Evening The PTA and board of education of Temple Beth Sholom of Miami Beach will present its annual Open House for parents and grandparents on Monday evening in the Temple Auditorium, according to Mrs. Samuel Hirsch, president, and Eli Katzin, chairman of the school board. The "Back-to-School Night" program will take the form of a "school circle." Parents will meet teachers and review curriculum, methods and goals of the classroom. The group will also explore vital questions of Jewish education such as "What Answer Do We Give Our Children?" and "What is the Role of Bar Mitzvah in Jewish Education?" Discussion will be led by the Temple's spiritual leader. Rabbi Leon Kronish, and its director of education, Herbert C. Bloom. Representing the faculty of the primary grades are Mrs. Herbert C. Bloom, Mrs. Joseph Grunwald, Mrs. Milton Sussman, Mrs. Edythe Geiger, Mrs. Morton Maisel, Mrs. Dorothy Sponder and Lloyd Sloan. Representing t h e elementary school department are Edward Kreisberg, Philip Mann, Nettie Goldstein, Dr. Morton Maisel, Gerald Koppelle and David Shelist. Representing Junior High are David Platt, Sol Lichter, Philip Mann and Nettie Goldstein. The program committee for the function consists of Mrs. Murray Gilden, program chairman; Mrs. Irving Kushman, chairman of the evening; Mrs. Marvin Meitus and Mrs. Marty Kleiman, in charge of refreshments and hospitality.



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PooeSA -Jml&nrw***" Friday, ffo United Synagogue to Shun WZO Cantktved tt+m Pase 1-A f*4 Syetasatv •' *"• ha %  u*itod t* tr—U (Kh.iv tor •** &f 4Ucva4a*a • &f th e*aHuh by all branch** •* aue %  mnl an • itfMMl • an nt-w%| %  < %  *4 raaart bach r* the MM* b U nwtal The IVMK ** jst N-forv the corv veatwa by IV \*hun *;>'kJie>ae,. vrrsHkat \J the WorU Jbonist Or tan MIMH, aist IV Vor\hv*i V Kaplan. VfMk-r of the RecoeamieNNM %  >ara w e a t. h* wrtd arftf Utt\X Th* fWVfttMU HH* > < kg IV $: Oreea h er t *c* .VMKYHK *t the Jeatsh n*A< K-*l SeaMnanr ** Aaeeva IV C.oM*M*a K*d the IS Aff hat K> ha\* "hv^ww rah* i iW I* -( .w rreeeatMa. tt* aftoveaaea* has t* l < f f and aaere a r**m tar twe**, mi* %  rfJrrafc vV* ** aa aSSSSS ... n* Jilat* which cettsiSS a cane** of J*wl* "ch permit rteUta and daatinj m the W*M ft i scnmina .on uhich the Nuclear* of th v-Miwns. It SS TSTSL^n and •* American bMM I ir Gotdmaan called Dr GrtM itemenl an empty e\ !<• >*id that ZKWISHI had br< a pxltK-*l mo\-ea*t hea it t^sht for the cstabltshmeat of j ), -i-.t hut that see tie vrewth* tl lxa*l livi>m had <-e J^T""^',"!*." especially i oa V all other tasks hieh retaaia ^^. „, ^j^^ campuae*. e • here TS t w m ariaw caltod Mwan •*• \to coa*4rw that the ewsteaee \MmU4 $taw and athar HWK aaw NNWV #f the Jewish people pmmtr l CWUM M*fkwrf rv aevee Mrh jreai daa$r thw praaant ha m aaciaar tartM tprewai hrcaa** -e> aU i^.*• i i n ta* mm a# MM the \>rd were iwaa rm atew aai hKaat *eadtfy arr ae- %  crahNi mi* the Mr d the cmatrwa M—." if thrw res*dea*r lVs. he sarf. :he mnml t Jf" t r—cmiliaa Ofcari Taedek a* te the ceatral aMt^i.a \\. toathid by the prahtel aaw that d M>nra( p^^, f J e s h thear aew ^,^1^ the wwrtd He mm tmff £ a StUm nh ata n f a^ J^^Mk } > Morris Fox QmtX, chairman of the Reel Eilab).; and Allied Ind uXii— Dirisaon of tha Grata* Bood ronimitlw. is c^i ssta d by Pinhzs Sapiur, fa^i of Commerce and Industry, oo recent trip to mai of Miami's Uarrsarj bu i ld e rs was %  Israel a*! of the Nanaoai Aesm. of Asian Tlriiwiq Tasjc Daring his kip. For tbadadl japan. India. Greece. Tsriny aait



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jmber 27. 1959 +Jewlst,FhrHHan Page 13-A Tvices This Weekend IRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave. fRat-bi laaac Evar. Km. Saturday 8:30 a.m. (at la the True Indicator riutei?" ES. 2633 SW 19th ava. |fe. Maxwall Silberman, >.m. Saturday a.m. and Jacob Greenbera; offici|D 2435 SW 3rd ava. Con tabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, Ham W. Lioaon. p.m. Sermon: "C^unt %  nxs and Make "Aiem Furday 9 a.m. Bar Mlts\nr\ of Mr. and Mr. JosHi.-phen, son of Mr. and han. SW 17th ava. Orthodox. mcr *cMff. •H."~t*250 NW 2nd ave. ve. Rabbi David W. Her. Hyman Fein. — • [EL 4000 Prairia ave. Oribbi H. Loul Rottman. [urn. Saturday 8:45 a.m. leek I v Portion.' 101-311 Washington gdox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. i-ir.e Marches, [p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m. Ji: Sidney Sftrek-rier. SVr(eihall >>c Our Leaders?" MEL. 139 NW 3rd ava. .AH. 93S Euclid ava. OrIbbi Joeenh € RrWovekv. p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m. C—- M \erta Ho n V ? n j j 3 ran nrnnon > i : • jiaK pn TJVff TV "•• • W0 ; 7-ri83 -iip 3 7 T T I I VT T I nrnnona nin ti9&i n3-jn H ?ri"3 nii^isn IK*} JlB-fl T£V ft T • I T .pa ^irxtf ,"i3in |D-j3jlh "1DDD p wit D^n -urn?! ?K D^amxi niKn [awn ",n ; a^nn si"? tat! eni *& hxa.QnanD 3^nn tea 'o ,ona1x Tan xsan ,Q*-nrr ntf*?tf • a ^^ a • w • IT/Or. .trnrw >rk*rt' Federation are several tilings in IsSen I do not understand, friend, who came from on a visit to this country, ne one day. For example, Mns in the Workers' Fedfour newspapers write so out them! ection In the "Histadrut" try important matter, I ^anf? To the entire count is what I do not undcrimbcr of members in the today is over 640,000. Tof'ith their families they are 'i'y of the inhabitants of A matter which is im[to a majority of the inis important to the enBlry. }id it happen that most of ibitants are members of tnization? It is always said nerever there are three will find four organizaaed by Brit Ivrit Olamit) CANDLELIGHT ING TIME 26 Heshvan — 5:13 pjn. Kl'pi'wfc'.^Ptt! V"'* No < M *e You rael Pay,' S '' rmon < "•" %  %  "la"p R o S, ^SLABS!!* CENTER. ut)i April. 3AOE HEIGHTS CETITER. 18160 NW Ef*' Co n r *tiva. Cantor Emanual Mandal. 'LAQLER.GRANADA. SO NW 51t pi. Conaervative. Rabbi Bernard Shoter. Cantor Fred Bernstln. Friday {.15 and S:ir, p.m. Sermon: <>ur Thanksgiving," Saturday 8:30 a.m. FT. LAUDERDALETMANUEL. 1801 E. Andrewa ave. Reform, Rabbi Mariue Ranaon. Cantor Sherwin Levine. —•— HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th at. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander Groaa. a —. HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CON. GREGATION. 1150 W. 68th at.. Palm ave. HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 2030 Polk at. Conaervative. Rabbi David •haplro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 24th tar. Conaervative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Louia Cohen. Friday 5:30 and 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Eternity." Saturday 9 a.m. KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lenrtielu. Cantor Abraham Seif. Friday 5 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m. Sermon: "How Honeat are Wi?" MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION. 1101 SW 12th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Herschell Seville. Cantor Joaeph Salxman. Friday 5:15 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "Reaching Our Destination." MONTICELLO PARK. 164th at. and NE 11th ave. Conaervative. Rabbi Max LipahiU. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirachf nb.lum. Friday H:13 p.m. Sermon: Aggressive and Progressive VK Stlilllt> and Halnnfe." Saturdny I' a.m. liar Mltzvah: Howard, ion of Mr. and MiHenry Plnoua; Bteven, eon of Mr. and Mrs. ii Roeenbauoi. NORTH DADE CENTER. 13630 W. Dixie hwy. Conaervative. Rabbi Henry Okolica. Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday B a.in. Bar Ol Mi and Mi a. Alan (ioldman. • NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620 75th at %  Conaervative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. I B:1S sermon: "Thfe la M Saturday 9 a m. Bar Million "I L'r. and Urn. Ii. nj i iniii I.. Stelnbi IK Si rnw n "Wei kly Poi lion SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6*38 SW 8th at. Conaervative. Rnbtji Maurice Klein. I'lid.-n -:" %  <> ii.m.ii S.rifH'n: fiur ThankscivlnR." HMrday a.m. U|l led SMI.II.".'--!.V'IJ' '" P*rtllpal*. TEMPLE BETH AJi. 5950, N. Kendall dr., S Miami. Re5*m Ratjbl Herbert Baumoard. Cantor. Charlea K "^"-r S:l5 p.m. S.rinun: 'Thanks' Living." TEMPLE BETH EL. 1*6 Polk at. Hollywood. Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. „ .. „ .. Friday 8:15 p.m. FamHf Sabbath ThankHKlvliiK. TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly wood. 1725 Monroe at Conaervative Rabbi Samuel Lerer. Cantor Erneat Schreiber. Friday 8 p.m. T'nlted SynnroRue national convention by Manuel I. Solomon, president, and Aaron H. Kalis vice president. Saturday a.m. Bai Vltivah: Urine, son of Mr. and .Mrs. Joseph Sternberg. TEMPLE BETrTsHOLOM. 4144 Chaa. ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronian Cantor Davlo Convleer. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: *"*; baasador Cornea to Town. In oMarvance of tht lit* annlveraary of the UN Resolution eaUblishlng a Jewlah State In Paleatlne. Saturday 10.<., am Bar Mltavah: Avrnm. aon of Mrs. Ida Cohen. TEMPLE B'NATSHOLON I. 168081 NW 22nd ave. Conaervative. Rabbi Sheldon Edwards. Cantor Ben Groaa SYlda^' 8-15 n m. Sermon: "Cjod and Srahr One_Shabbat will follow. Thanki-RlvlnR Mjfaaire. sa r da > a a.m. Sermon: Weakly Portion. Bar Mltzvah' Irfon Maynard, son or .-nr. in'd Mrs'. Raymond Waaanr ". of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Cohen. TBMPLK ISRAEL* 137 NE. 1thi at. Reform. Rabbi Joaenh R. Narot Cantor Jacob Borneteln .. Author's t*test B**t BtUttTCMPLB JUDEA. S20 Palermo ave T LlK R'bbl Morri. Skop. CantoST& yir 50 and%^.arrTK^nf.e.d. TMPLB NER T^MID. SOth at. .no Temple Emanu-D Foundation School instituted a unique procedure when students were feted by parents and grandparents who attended a special program marking the beginning of the study of the Torah in Hebrew. Temple Emanu-El sponsors a bi-cultural school for children of the Foundation age from three to five years old, and offers a fully-accredited Hebrew and secular program for nursery, kindergarten, and first and second grades, following the curriculum and standards set up by Dade county. Left Jo right (top row) are Miss Meira Moscovitz, second grade Foundation School teacher. Franklin Horwitz, Ralph Mizrahi, Norman Plotkin, Scott Kasdin, Abraham Mandorf. Bottom row (left to right) are Lee Fryd. Merril Sherman, Marti Harris, Abbey Levine and Victoria Simon. Head Foundation School teacher is Mrs. Miriam P. Annisfeld. Director of education at Temple EmanuEl religious school is Rabbi Bernard A. Mussman. Miami Educator Meets Old Art Teacher; Visits Memorial for Martyrs in Paris A Miami Jewish educator, aiso noted as a graphic artist, is back from a trip to Israel, where he visited his one-time art teacher. Zvi Rosenkranz, who is on the faculty of the Beth David religious school, went to Israel last summer to study the country, its people, and education system. Rosenkram is a 1931 graduate of the art school in Kharkov Russia. In 1941, the Germans marched into Kharkov, shipped Rosenkranz to the Kovner Ghetto in Lithuania, and then to Dachu. Because of his graphic art abilities, he was kept working by the Germans, managing to survive the Nazi holocaust. '"Anyway,' says Rosenkranz, "I entered an antique shop in Jiru salem during the summer, found a familiar-looking customer, and we began to talk." The "familiar-looking customer" turned out to be none other than Israel's celebrated Mane-Katz, internationally renowned in the art world, and Rosenkranz' former art professor in Kharkov. He invited me to his beautiful home n Haifa atop Mt. Carmel," Rosenkranz said, "and a breathtaking view it is there." The home was built for ManeKatz by the City of Haifa under the direction of Mayor Abba Houshi. It will ultimately become an art museum." In all, Rosenkranz spent six weeks in Israel, managing on his return to stop over in Par's. "My most thrilling experience there? Officers who led Beth El Congregation to ite recent successful mortqage-burning ceremony are (left to right) Abraham Chiel, first vice president; Philip Berkowitz, president; Abraham Pepper, second vice president; and Hyman Chabner, treasurer. Rabbi Solomon Schiff is spiritual leader. Tatum Waterway. Mod r T d tional. Rabbi Euflene Labovltz. Can tor Samuel Gomberg. l-'ridiv l:M ami S:l.". p.m. Sermon. •The Impediments to Truly Giving Thanks." Saturday 8^to a.m. TEMPLE SINAT*NO. MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Bennc ^D^'^ed^r;.^ tees: Kre.l Kosenthal and Charles Ifcivett. SESBFLs £* %  SOT a"*. !" Har Mltsvah: Krvil. % %  '!.*. V\ir" and M J Herbert lluxbaum Shabkat. TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th .t. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb. Friday 8.30 p.m. Sermon: "The Role of the Woman In Jewish Life. Ban Mltivah: Susan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs It. lien Kamer. Oneg Shabbat hosts: Mr. and Mrs. Ramer. Saturday 9 a m. Bar Mltivah: Dennis, aon of Mr. and Mrs. H. Olivares. TIFERETH ISRAEL. SBOO N. Miam' ave Conservative. Rabbi Harry L. Lawrence. Cantor Albert Qlantx. Friday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "Welcome." Saturday 9 a.m. TORAH TEMPLE. 1284 Weat ave Traditional. Rabbi Abraham Caaael YOUNO ISRAEL. 16750 NE 10th ave Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. ZAMORA JEWISH CENTEB_ 44 Za mora ave. Conservative. Rabni B. Leon Hurwitx. Cantor Meyer Qiaaer. Friday l)M p.a Sermon: "Youth and GraUtude." ZVI ROSENKRANZ Visiting the Memorial to the Mar tyred Six Million. This is a magnificent site," Rosenkranz explained. "In it are collected to the limit: of the records available, the names of those who have succumbed. The memorial's authorities ask surviv ors to send names and information abouth others lost or dead %  'You know," he philosophized, "thousands of Jews each year go abroad, visit Paris, and never bother seeing this memorial. It is a pity ... I wonder where they're really go'ng ." Adult Series Due At Beth Jacob Beth Jacob Congregation will offer a married couples' education program on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month beginning in December. Rabbi Tibor Stern, spiritual leader, has prepared a series of eight lectures on "Concepts of Judaism." which will be presented in English. Topics include "Jewish Family," "Jewish Education," "Concept of Prayer," "Messianic Israel," "Concept of God," "Social Justice," "Concept of Morality," and "Concept of Divine Law." First lecture is scheduled for Dec. 9. All will begin at 8 p.m., and are free of charge. Rabbis Slated on TV Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, spiritual leader of Beth David Congregation, has returned from New York, where he attended the United Synagogue convention at the Concord hotel, Kiamesha, N.Y. He will appear on the ch. 7 program, •The Still Small Voice," on Sunday at 10 a.m. Rabbi Rosenberg has invited Rabbi Herschell Saville, of Miami Hebrew Congregation,'to join with him in a discussion on "Thanksgivng." i ,m •'.'I I


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I 10—Millions in foreign aid go to peoples who are not on our sifJa in the cold war. 11—Victoria Cross: Abbr. 12—The weather bureau keeps eareful watch on the o f a hurricane. 13—If you in the park, bynden gather around. 15—Nova Scotia: Abbr. 16—True. 17—A sick man sometimes gets pvc\ih if hi> wife him too much 23—Strong odor. 25—It may be important that a witness saw the defendant take some and inhale it. 2&— A shelter. 27—Frozen water. 28—International Refugee Organization: Abbr. 20—Shoemaker's tool. 31—Biblical you. 32—A purchase* will want a refund if glassware he's had sent is badly CLUES DOWH 1—Heroes in mythology often foul elves in situations where an gave them trouble. 2—War maneuvers on a beach uoulJ make u^e of any possible 3—Legendary bird. 4—Part of "to be." 5—You'd expect socialites to wear dressy clothes at such a party 6—Means of travel: Abbr. 7—Food regimen. 8—Some people always have a for belittling their friends. 14—Busy insect. 18—Parents may be wary if their daughter's suitor seems a bit this. •OnieiOaill* HHin Ml %  MiaT WJ Wnv JUMHrr. 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[November 27, 1S59 +Je*istiFk>rSdHan Iwill Group inized Here Jill IndusfJWli a new DarJr; (welfare project which ere-' bs for handicapped persons, il %  ** &f s'ore recently AY 22nd St., Miami, and intror 5elf to the public in a sefunctions at the Goodwill hich is also at the 22nd st. rill operates by recondiand selling clothes, furniW other articles donated by >Hc. f. Trevethan, of Washington, [executive vice president of [111 Industries of America, Goodwill's method of the handicapped at a past here for Dade officials ewspaper, radio and televiople. for Robert King High of Miently proclaimed Goodwill in Miami, declaring in his kmation, "given the chance |lp themselves, these handiworkers become useful and importing citizens, thereby ping their pride and self reijwill already has 35 handipersons on its payroll and ning at making jobs for 200 ins. The workers include sevpersons who have lost limbs, %  1 with congenital deformi%  wo persons with arrested tujlosis, some older workers, i number of persons with emoproblems. Paae 11-B iservatory sedu.es Trios second in a series of recitals bembcrs of the Music Departt faculty will be given SaturpetnBg at the Miami Conserv(r, 2973 Coral Way Bturin? works from chamber I'the concert will present Joan m, pianist and chairman of, the, %  c" neparimeht;'Sunja Bologh, Bist; Elizabeth Bobo, French and Bernice Schwartz, cell|n two types of ensemble. unique work, Trio for Piano, ch Horn and Violin, by pis, is a feature of the proA rarely heard sonata by ehude for the violin, cello and B, will open the program. Comng the list is a trio by Mendel, Op. 66 No. 2 in C minor. "Celebration of the Harvest" at Lear School in anticipation of Thanksgiving Day. Shown are Leslie Fine, in the tradition of Hawaii; Doreen Khoury, reflecting the spirit of Sukkoth; Stewart Kershey, Indian; and Ellen Swartz, Pilgrim. Ok ituaries MORDECAI ROSCH inerson MY, died Nov. 18. 1 %  here II vcars ago from New > %  "£ %  • He was a mrmbrr of the ,i. Vf r prosecutor for tini'.n %  ^ and a member of the l.li Mi' ro .1, wish Center. He IN l ', Ihis wife, Myra; son, Paul IJ I I: parent*, Mr. and Mrs Kllas ph. brother, Joseph: ami two slsJ ill". Charlotte Shalom and Mrs. fi'sioiper. Services were Nov. I!lv-fcl I" Hotel Greeteri of America, Surviving are his wife, Kitty, and a lifter, III %  Ann Bar> Itll s. i \ ces jrei o Nov. •I ,,, Riverside Memorial Chapel. Allon id. with burial In Ht. Mnul Cemetery. MAX WOLFMAN 69, of 154H Drexel a\c.. died Nov. 19. A retired builder, he came here 23 years ago from Lakewood. N.J. Surviving are his wife. Miriam; three sons. Stanley. Ernest and Simon;; and a brother. Services were Nov. 22 at Newman Funeral Home, with burial In Mt. Nebo Cemetery. SAMUEL FRIEDMAN 17, of 761 Jefferson avV. died Nov. 20. He cine here 23 years ago from ilaltlmore. and was employed by a taxi Ui'iu He was a veteran of )> "''d War I and a member of Miami Beach Post 83 of the American Legion, Surviving aie his wife. Anne, a son and rf^^no^rn^el^asn^^ ton ave. ^ MRS. JEANETTE FEINOOLO 41. of 534 BW 13th ave.. died Nov. 19. Rhe came here six years ago from Philadelphia Surviving areTw nj.o,l,er, Mrs. Etta OMSMi Z\\u rund a Rister. Mrs Sarah Philips. erillwiJ Nv. M t Gordon Mineral MRS. FANNIE OOLDBERO 78. of TTI Dds "yd.. li '-' 1 -^'"V.m mtmm of local arr angements. MRS. MAY MARTIN Si. 0 cU.V S |^n%-e.r.^fr-on Memorial Chapel, Washington ave., with burial In Mt. Nebo Cemetery. MORRIS L. PLOTKIN 51, of 156 Bui id ave., died Nov. Is. He came h 14 yean ago from New and m a sal. .-man. Survival e. (Jlad.ws; slater, Mrs. Senna Bergovoy; and five iirothers. Si-rvn i Nov. 2" at Klverslde Memorial Chapel, Wa-lungton ave., with burial In Mt. Nebo Cemetery. JACK DICKMAN 67, of 72!' I-eiiox ave., died Nov. 18. li. oama here six years ago from Ktither I, N I and was a dress deI signer. Surviving Is his Wife. Mary. Services were Nov 19 at Riverside Memorial Chapel, Washington ave.. With burial in lakeside Cemetery. MRS. FRIEDA MORGAN 77, of I48M MB 9th pi., dierl Nov. 18. sii. eame here six years ago from New York. Surviving are four-daughters. Including Mrs. Violet Watklns. and two sons. Services were Nov 19 at Riverside Memorial Chapel, Normandy Isle, with burial In Mt. Nebo Cemetery. JOSEPH ROSIN 73. of 11020 SW 55th St.. died Nov. 18. He came here five years ago from Men York Surviving are his son, Pavld; daughter, Bertha; two brothers, and a sister. Services were Nov in "t Gordon Funeral Home, with burial I n Mt. Nebo C emetery. HENRY ARNSTEIN 64, bookkeeper, who came here 12 •aari ago, Bled Nov. 17. He lived at >-Sw 27th In., and is survived by his' wife, Ooldie. Services and burial York, with local ar:., nis by Cordon Kuneral Home. JACOB A. ROBBINS -,s of ."I* NK 3rd ct., a retired merchant and World War I veteran, died Nov 17 He is survived by hln wife, leonle; son. Joseph; daughter. Mrs. Dori! Klalne Lurle: four slaters, Including Mrs Oertrude BIMaln; and were Nov 19 at Newman Funeral Home under the direction of flordon Fnneral Home, with burial In Mt. Nebo Cemetery. LEGAL NOTICE Women's Corps Fashion Show Women's Corps of the Cancer Institute at Miami willhold a fashion, Nm#iki ^UY~aiv)is that snow and luncheon Dec. 9 at TropJ 1 uHacrsigneii. engage in 1/.0I u„„, r ,,i, ,, f 4 B-usincKH under the fieiiilous name of ical Kacetrack. Mrs. Stephen iti';ii.\i:i.s I.K.I n:\-n .us i,t 5865 NOTiCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW v. ill be displayed by Jordan Marsh. IW< l'I-X N.K. 2nd Avi .. il HsMihlOeMk isle LEGAL NOTICE ,M ?SI' CE BV PUBLICATION I. C T^,, C,RCUIT Luu "f OF THE EL iyf NlH JUOICIAi. CIRCUIT Of FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COU111Y. ,N CHANCERY, P.aintill, M.YKY I-',' -UMAX, Defendant. .. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: MAIti I TltMAN 50 Division Avenue Ilrooklyn, New York You MAKY HUMAN are hereby notllied that a Hill of Complaint for [Divorce has been filed aitainst you, an.i yon are required to nerve a copy of your Answer or Heading to the Hill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, IIAYMAN & OCHIG, 902 I Alnsley Uldg., Miami 22, Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 2.sth day of December, 19.',9. If vim fall to do so, judgement by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Hill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once i each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JKWISH Fl.oltlDIAN. DONE AND OltPKRED at Miami. Florida, this 2ith day of November, A.D. 19.19. I-:. II. LBATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade O unty, Florida (seal) Hy: K. M. LY.MAN. Jeputy Clerk. RAi MAN APrim; !"I2 Alnsle.N Hldu. Miami .12. Florida Attorneys for Plaintiff 11/27. 12/4-11-18 NOTI ICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engaxe in business under the fictitious name of CIIAPI.KS B. HARRIS Corrective Fbotwesu at v:v Washington Avenue, Miami ltench, Florida Intends to reftlater said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. CORRECTIVE FOOTWEAR INC. Charles I' Harris, President MARVIN I. WIENER 1111 Anvil unl SI, l-'la. Attorney for Corrective Footwear. Inc. 11 :.-;, II 1-11-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring te sngi business under the fictitious n PARTS sri'l'l.ir.l'.s INTERNATIONAL ai :;:.-ii e w 61 Avenue, Hl> I ami. Florida Intend to register said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad. County, Florida. DWATNH V COX & LUCIA K. coxSole Owners JAMES McVBTBH ATtorney for A|.|>llcants 1102 Ainsley Bldg. 11/27,12/4-11-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of ALAN APARTMENTS at O06 B*) Drive, Miami Beach, Florida Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HIMEN FEN8TER REBECCA FBN8TBR KOVNER MANNHEIMER Attorneys for BUmen Fenater and Itcliccea Fi nster II 27.12/4-11-18 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 48085C IN RE: Estate of LILLIAN K. LBWI8, i teoegsed. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: Yon are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you maj have against the estate of I.II I. 'AN K. LEWIS deceased late "f I hide County, Florida. tO the County Judges ol Dade Countv. and file the same in their In the Countv Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within eight qaleadar months from the date of the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred. First publication November !7. 1959. 8 / j. iircitALD I.KWIS, u Executor of the estate of Lillian K. Lewis, deceased. HERBERT B. KAI'FMAN Attornev for Executor 1629 dul'ont Building Miami .2, Florida „,„_„„.„.,, lami interids to regsald nun. IVIth ih.i A t i -i-k of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SOL GOLDSTEIN N( IBM \.\ u. LYONS Attorney for Applicant -3101 Blseayne Blvd. 11/20-27. U 1-11 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 59C10626 VEROINIF. FRANCES SPIKTOS, Plaintiff, vs. THEO SPIRTOS, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: THEO SPIRTOS, 138 W. 2 HI. Street, New York City, N.Y. YOU ARE HEREBY N< iTII-IED that suit for divorce, and in the alternative annulment, has been brought luiainsi 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, GEORGE N. MacDONELLi. on or before the 28th day of December, MM; otherwise the complaint will be taken as confessed l>v you. DATED, this 13th day of November, A.D., MSM. E. B. I.EATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court (seal) By: K. M. LYMAN, Deputy clerk 11/20-27, 12/4-il 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 fTRUAN. Defendant. %  SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: FLORENCE CI.'RKAN 63-r,0 Wet heroic Street stage Park, New York You, FLORENCE CURRAN, are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divoiec has been filed against yon, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of ComDtalnl on the plaintiffs Attorney, Richard W. Wassermaji. Esq., 4."i IJjicoln Road. Miami Beach :'.!'. Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading m the office of the Clerk of the circuit Court on or before the i.th gay of ber, i!'"'.. if you fall to do so. Judgment by default will i>c taken against you for the relief demanded in the Bill Of Complaint. This notice shall be published onco • %  Hell Week lor fO I iHVS Weeks In THE JEWISH PTXVRIDIAN. DONE AND OltDERED at Miami, Florida, this 9th day of November, AD. E. B. I.EATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida (seal) By: It. II RICE, JR., Deputy Clerk. RICHARD W WASSERMAN, ESQ. 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach 39, Florida Attorney for Plaintiff. 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 naniof TltopiCANA BAR at UT." N.W. 79th Sti.it. Miami. Fla.. intends to regIsteff said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JALK CORP. (a Ha. 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 name of Ol IPHER-MI SMI Cl' 'Not Inc.' C 0 Jerome G. Q Security Trust Bids;., Miami. Fla.. Intend to r. said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dad. County, l-lorida. HARVEY B. BREAM ROBERT L BFiRNSTBIN HARRY H. KATZ JEROME O. OREENE Attorney for Applicants 241 Security Trust Bldg. 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 name of PELICAN BAR & GRILL at 7818 Northeast Seconcl Avenue. Miami, Florida Intends to register snld name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. JOHN (1F.NONI—100% I.EW1SON AND F-RF:ED Attorneys for Qenonl West F'lagler Street Miami. Florida „ „ 11/20-27, 1274-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ESQUIRE BARBER SHOP at 2527 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables, Fla.. Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad.County, Florida. JOSE ITRRELY GARY ORTEGA Sola Owners WALTERS. MOORE & COSTANZO Attorneys for Applicants 1008 Alnsley Bldg:. 11/20-27.12/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of IJENERAL ELECTRONICS at 1SS9 .lames Avenue. Miami Beach, Florida Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. TRANS-OCF^ANIC SALF'.S, INC. Sole Owner ELI BREGER Attorney for Owner 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach. Fla. 11/1S-20-S7. lt/^ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOT1CF: IS HEREBY GIVF2* that Hie undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of PALMLAND PRINTERS at 7987 Blseayne 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 HEREBY C.IVF1N that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of MIAMI MENSTOOS at 1433 N.B. Miami Place, Miami, Florida Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida M-LEE SPORTSWEAR OF MIAMI, INC. By: Ruth Cohen, President SEYMOUR J. SIMON Attorney for F'ran-Lee Sportswear of Miami, Inc. 11/1J-20-27, 12/4 •9 .A -. rl



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Page 10-B 'Jmi&ncrMton Forthcoming Diamond Jubilee Ball of the National Children's Cardiac Hospital scheduled for Jan. 30 in the new errand ballroom of the Fontainbleau is the main topic of discussion at a monthly meeting of the institution's board of governors and staff. Seated (left to right) are David Emmer. Nat Waldman. Lou Poller. Rose Goldberg. Allan C. Gottschaldt. Janette Jacobs, Richard I. Berenson, president of the hospital, Lou Pokress, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rimmeir, cc-chairman of the Jubilee. Standing (left to right) are George Okell. jr., Zachary Bailey, R. Williams Apte. Henry Dreyfus, Leo Robinson, co-chairman. Dr. Everett Blasberg. Dr. Doran Zinner, George Okell. sr., Milton Dreyfus, Maurice Cohn, Dr. Milton Saslow, Victor Reiter. Melvin Weinkle, Dr. Louis Lemberg, Mrs. Edward Feinstein, and Robert Rubinstein. Hilarious Comedy Due at Grove "Summer and Smoke." by Tennessee Williams, the poignant love story of a minister's daughter and a young doctor, goes into its final week at the Coconut Grove Playhouse, running through Sunday evening. The stars are Kim Hunter and Lee PhillipOpcning on Tuesday will be the hilarious comedy based on one of the most successful novels of recent time-. Father of the Bride," starring Pat O'Brien. The comedy is by Caroline Francke. and is based on the best selling novel by Edward Streeter. ex vice president of the Bank of New York, who came to realize the hard way that the trials and tribulations of getting his daughters married to "men he didn't even know" was excellent copy for a book. He began to keep notes of, all that went on in connection with bis daughter's marriage, from the time her engagement was announced. Cardiac Hospital To Stage Jubilee Paul Rimmeir, co-chairman of National Children's Cardiac Hospital annual jub'lee. haa announc •d the charity wN aia In ia turday, Jan. 30, at the Fontainebleau hotel. Serving with Rimmeir as cochairman is Leo Robinson. "Since the coming formal dinner dance will be the hospital's diamond jubilee," declared R'mmeir, "we have started planning early to insure the very best in entertain ment and to make sure that the prediction of Richard Berenson, president, is fulfilled." Berenson predicts a turnout considerably in excess of 1,000 persons, with all the proceeds going to the 100 percent charity, non-sectarian hosp'tal devoted to the diag nosis and treatment of rheumatic fever in children. Named as honorary co-chairmen of the coming dinner dance were Lee Ratner and Dick Fincher. Ar rangements committee is to be headed by Mrs. Esther Ratner and Mrs. Sue Rimmeir. Consultants working with Rimmeir and Rob'nson are Bob Rubenstein and Mrs. Dolly Feinstein. Ticket committee includes Lou Pokress, Nat Waldman, Lou Poller and Robinson. Milton Dreyfus, vice president of the hospital, heads up publicity while Mrs. Nat Waldman >s in charge jf formulating a woman's division. [ Dr. BelkinWl! Be Speaker I R. Williams Apte, J*. tor and Leo RooaaT] chairmen of the dim/ handing the u celebration of _. 73rd jcademic year katl breakfast meeting %| hotel on Sunday. Dttt] Charles Frochtauj industrialist and ana guest of honor at tat L. will take place it tail bleau hotel on Dec a. Belkin. noted Greek L president of Yctkm | will be guest speaker. Seaboard RR Eyes Busy Winter The marriage took place in May, 1M7, and during the next two years Streetor wrote "Father of the Bride. By tha spring of 1950, a movie had boon made from the book, starring Spencer Tracy as Father, Elisabeth Taylor as Kay, and Joan Bennett as the bride's mother. Gregory Peck and Deborah Kerr in "Beloved Infidel" the story of the romance of wiiter F. Scott Fitzgerald and columnist Sheila Graham, now in its second week at the Carib, Miami and Miracle Theatres. Smoke"), Grace Collette and Jerrv LeRaL 500 Bid Farewell To Dr. Rosenberg Some 500 community leaders and friends of Dr. Benjamin B. Rosen berg attended a farewell dinner in O'Brien has starred in 103 motion I pictures, in more than a doien hit ; stage plays, on 35 of TVs top dra• matic programs, innumerable radio shows, his own nightclub song — % % % % %  — The cast in the Coconut Grove and dance act. and as a recording n,s honor Tuesday evening at the production will include Karyn Kupartist both vocal and narrative. Seviue hotel. cinet. daughter of columnist Irv His latest films are "The Last Hur-1 Former Sen. Harry Cain presiKupcmet. Trent Dolan. Toby Wing, rah." with long time friend Spen dent of the United Fund and Sam Dennis K-nnedy. Jeannette Rancer Tracy, and "Some Like it Hot." J Heiman. president of the Great 1 the Marilyn Monroe starrer. er Miami Jewish Federation, delivered the principal talks of the evening, commending Dr. Rosenberg "for his many years of service to the community." Efraim Gale, executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, spoke on behalf of the professional social workers in the community, and Mrs. Jean C. Lehman brought greetings from the 117 groups represented in the Federation of Jewish Women's Organizations. Rabbi Leon Kronish offered the invocation, and Dr. Irving Lehrdelivered the benediction. Studio M Play Slates Loealites ••Philadelphia Story." with a postponed official opening scheduled for Tuesday will begin SunH day matinees on Sunday a t 2:30 i P-m. Featured promI inently in the large cast are [ two Miami Beach thespians. Sun Unit Barbeque Sun Unit of the Women's Corps. Cancer Institute at Miami, will hold an outdoor barbeque Dec 20. on the grounds of Bagdad. Mrs. Paula Rabinowitz is chairman. Award Luncheon Slated Tuesday First annual Fannie E. Lorber award luncheon will be held Tues-, rEtlr ; .w y o n000 at ,he Ed>n Roc toiel by i mn un.vcrea t* U Z\' l i **? ?"*'" Mi mi Cou !" of Pres Stanley C. Myers, three^mVpre !" emann ^n ^ u^ ." A* Jew,sh N UoD 1 dent Federation. w„ tolsfmaiemann in the Home for Asthmatic Children. Six children recently back from the Home, which is a children's asthma research center and hospital at Denver. Colo., will take part in the program. After a two-year separation from their families, they are now free role of Mr. Lord, CMKK and Lynn Altmeyer, stockbroker ror Hentz and Co., in the role of Dexter. Heading the cast is Heather Woodard. public relations director for WQAM. in the leading role of Tracey; Chuck Edwards, popular radio disc jockey for WMET, in | r Kathryn the role of Mike; Mrs. Helen? j Grimes. Peggy Neubeck. Jules Gol Geague, illustrator of children's in Joel Landesman. and Frank books, playing Mrs. Lord: Judy Sclafani. Botwick. daughter of Florida State | Here from Denver to particioate Theatres president. Harry Botwick. in the program will be Urael making her Studio M debut as Di-. Freedman, national director of the nah; Paul Petersen, jr.. as George; Home. Ruby Ross as Liz; James Wiles, The annu.i ._. w ^me^rTTVanme £"££ founder of the Home. It will also present a special "Woman of the Year award to the most outstand mg JNHAC clubwoman in Florida ter. t.J, n vt he ."*— wer Presentat ves of more than 100 health, welfare civic, religious, and edu cational organizations with when Dr. Rosenberg had worked closely ui the past six years. intractable asthma "T 0 MM [J^* i!**** short,y ,0 • %  %  the Hoerger. Wuhan, \ ££, J te J Xe ? rtive d,r ~ ,e With all Florida anticipating a record volume of visitors from the North this winter, Seaboard Railroad's advance Pullman and coach bookings to the Sunshine State on its de luxe streamliners, the Silver Meteor and Skiver Star. indicate that a substantial portion of this travel will arrive here by train. That Is the opinion of W. J. Ficht. general passenger agent of the Seaboard, with headquarters in Miami. It stems from a survey of Seaboaad's salsa agencies in New York City and other northern points, where reservations for December onward already show increases over last winter's. '"Northbound travel, fee," he said, "leeks very good for ewr reed in the s ea s o n ahead. This will net only c oenprl a o vacationers booked en round-tripe, from &f he north, but Fleridiant who ere •Sing north this winter to enjoy notiday homecoming*' in New England, skiing) and ether winter sports, and one ef the meet promising theatrical seasons which New York City hes ever anticipated." Another Seaboard the "Hospitality Has"! ernoon when all Siiverl Silver Star passesfmi to the diner for Florida orange juice Famous for many yeani of Courteous Senas," offers trained term:, which includes rtp*sd| particularly apnreaatall ents traveling with sad I and passenger lernet aw. mmu*\ Jewish of Greater Boston. Philanthropies Willie; and Leroy Daniels, Thomas. Horvtsf Square Done* Tziona chapter of Mizrachi Women will sponsor a Harvest Square Dance Saturday evening. Proceeds will he for the Children's Village and Farm School. Kfar Btyah, at • Atfnds Conference George Manne. of North Miami -1 Beach, general agent with Amer Raanan^ Israel. President is Mrs.,*** Bankers Life Assurance ComMorns Waldman and chairman lsipanyof Florida attended the com Mrs. Jerome Bienenfeld. DuMond Wins In Runaway Joseph X. DuMonf defeated in cumbent Otis W. Shiver u> Tuesday sninofl[election for seat^n the Miami City Commission. The vote was 20.509 for DuMond Shiver received 10.653. r ,^ on l ds -wljr 2toi victory SSV£ 5 ,U *o of the city s 70 precincts. kSr*"" ,b I*Pont Plaza hotel, w.tb 20 leading produced P-ny's first management training" SSlSt^" ,he !" D £ Ficht stressed the "dependability of modern rail travel as opposed to highway and other forms of transportation where adverse weather conditions enter into the picture. We who live in Florida are apt to forget that our warm sunshine and balmy breezes do not extend all the way to our northern destination. Going by train is the one way to avoid concern over wintry travel conditions. "All the advantages enjoyed by those coming to Florida on Seaboard's crack streamliners are equally available to those going north." he said. Among these are the privacy of de hue bedroom and other Pullman aeeotnmoda tions; the reserved, reclining seat coaches — many with built in % %  facilities, ample lounge! •pace in tavern and other recreational cars, including the patio 1'ke sun lounge on the Silver Meteor; delicious and reasonably priced dinng car meals." Sandlers WI Be Honored Kadimah chapW %  Women will %  %  Fred (Tillie) Su***, monial dinn" Satis Dec. 12Rabbi Yaskov "T" itual leader of Beth WJj gatioo. will be pnMr*'" The function sill *J RiU Plara hoUL JJ clurge of rervJ t Mesdame< A. Blactn and E. Kleiraas WANTS* WTTM $0S$a" THRIFT 5737 N.W. 2^*i "a U till 1 {£' • Jf* am AH Ihe lf*j AU IK LESOHS YOU P lit A. -4



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"Jewish Floridian Volume 33 — Number 48 Combining THi JEWISH UHHV and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Miami, Florida, Friday, November 27, 1959 Two Sections — Price 20* nited Synagogue Nixes WZO Membership COUNCIL SENDS LETTER tate Dep't Rejects \lnvoluntary' Identity fith Foreign Nations By Special Report EVV YORK—"The United States not condone the involuntary Itification of its citizens with Drcign state," the Department Slate declared in a letter to fence L. Coleman, jr., presinf the American Council for aism. Department's letter added. ere have been occasions in the when these fundamentals been set forth publicly. We keep in mind the possibility this might again be done iild occasion require." rhe official communication, td by Parker T. Hart, ActAssistant Secretary, was in ply to a letter from Coleman Secretary of State Herter on 15. Coleman released both r$ Tuesday, after approval the Council's executive corntee. Bleman's Oct. 15 letter referred requent exchanges between Isand Arab spokesman during recent, general debate over address the Secretary of State on this problem, because "In this way, regrettably, improperly, and without their volition, citizens of Jewish faith of countries other than Continued on Page 11-A DR. HAHUU GOLDMANN lashes 'excuse' Goldmann, Greenberg Trade Words in Heated Exchange As Two-Year Delay Looms KIAMESHA LAKE, N.Y.-(JTA) "Whereas the proposals made in —After an historic debate on the the various addresses touch issues ties between Judaism as a religion fundamental to the spiritual unityand Zionism as an ideology, the of the Jewish people and its religUnitcd Synagogue of America, cenious life and specifically to the tral body of American ConservaConservative movement, tive Jewry, postponed, this week; "Therefore, be it resolved that for two years a decision on acceptthe convention refer these admg a bid to join the World Zionist dresses for further study to the rganization. The invitation was Executive Council of the United Nehru 'Explains' India's Failure to Recognize Israel NEW DELHI—(JTA)—The govexchange missions chiefly be&f the first to a religious group. The decision will be made 'n Jerusalem, where the United Synagogue will hold its next biennial convention in 1961. The selection of Jerusalem was one of the final acts of the 1959 biennial convention here and was made as a mark of solidarity with the State of Israel. crnment of India feels it can make a better contribution toward the solution of Arab-Israeli conflicts by withholding diplomatic exchanges with Israel at this time, Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru declared here Sunday night. Mr. Nehru was a guest at a dinner tendered to him by the Press Club of India, when he was asked this question: "You have promised, according to some reports, to recognize Israel. What is your pok in the current session of the i sition on this matter?" The Prime Minister replied: "Our attitude in regard to Israel has been explained quite fully to people from Israel as well as to others. You may say that it is not a very logical attitude, possibly, because we recognized Israel, of I gone. cause we felt that we could thus play a btter role in easing conflicts between Middle Eastern countries and Israel." One Killed, Two Hurt in Algeria 'd Nations General Assembly. < %  Council president called ter's attention to the fact that, the context of "political con'." the phrase "Jewish people" been frequently introduced; there had resulted a debate lr whether Jews are a "race," course, long ago, but have not folrnation," a "people" or adher-j lowed up this recognition by exi of a religion. j changing diplomatic missions. Pieman said it was proper to Recognition is a fact. We did not iurion Hopes for Peace; iees Military Test Ahead ALGIERS—(JTA)—Gilbert Djian, a Jewish medical assistant, was murdered by Algerian terrorists Synagogue and, "Be it further resolved that the Executive Council of the UniContinued on Page 6-A The convention instructed its executive council "to create opportunities for joint discussions" by all its branches on whether the Conservative movement should join. The executive council was at the same time requested "to report back to the next biennial convention." The text of the resolution reads: "Whereas the national convent'on of the United Synagogue of America has heard with great interest the addresses delivered at the convention dealing with the relation of „ Jewry of the world to the World Sunday, it was reported here He zionj > 0 ization and was shot and killed as he was leaving the home of a Moslem woman in Blida to whose assistance he had JERUSALEM—(JTA)—Hopes for migration of 1,500,000 Jews from Sov'et Union and for the possi|ty of a peace settlement with Arabs during Israel's second ^ade were expressed this week Prime Minister David Bentlon he expected from Russia might prove to be the most difficult burden which could only be carried out with the vast resources and cooperat'on of Jews throughout the world. Differences of opinion between Continued on Page 16-A Two other Jews have been seriously injured in the course of attacks by Algerian terrorists during the last few days. Paul Pinsit, 37, was wounded by shrapnel Friday afternoon during a terrorist attack in the center of Algiers. Maurice Louchi was injured when FLN terrorists threw a grenade into a Jewish cafe in the village of La Fontaine, near Piaret in southwestern Algeria. Problems of the Algerian Jewish community were discussed on Tuesday at a special meeting of I the Jewish leaders here. Special | attention was paid at the meeting to the lack of religious facilities j in outlying districts of Algeria, DR. MOffDECAf KAPLAN deprived of source Reconstructionist Foundation Sunday, deplored the fears of some groups of joining the World Zionist Organization because they considered it a political movement. He termed such fears "meaningwhere a laree number oi jews are, ; ,„ _. :.._. „„, W e ,. aSd „W | £ —"--,. %  £* ing done by the Zionist movement %  INUGRAl MET Of JUDAISM' Dr. Kaplan Urges Zionist, Reconstructionist Union NEW YORK—(JTA)—Dr. Nahum was "to help support, in certain Goldmann, president of the World situations, demands and interests Zionist Organization, addressing of Israel." He quickly noted, howthe annual dinner of the Jewish ever, that "the so-called non-Zionist groups are doing just the same." Ke Prime Minister expressed Continued on Pag< 8-A se views in a letter to Yisrael 'lee. a member of Parliament the left-wing Achdut Avodah flyThe Prime Minister urged ing of ranks between workers! Pioneering elements of Israel elaborate greeting ever 5. in the new grand ballroom of the l Max Weitz, chairman of the Wornview of the *• &f % %  norinH I !__ %  -: LI u _.i I on'i Divwair and Mrs Jack KatZMiami Welcome to Harman Shaping jich may In 1948," lotion. fateful period I IffJ^.'^Iii^tae^dTsndlarv'li Fontainebleau hotel. I en's Division; and Mrs. Jack Katz prove more decisive' extended to a **^*g"£LZ iU man, grand hostess of the ball. Willie year of Israel's t being P"Pf ed b m a !" lc0 mc I Chairman of the honorary comliam B ornstein is chairman of the community for America s we come mlUee Jg Gov LeRov Collins of arrange ments committee. I to Israel's new Amuassanor to uu. E-U.M,. United States, Avraham Harman. ">? Prime Minister warned in letter that Israel may be ced with a "severe and dangermilitary teat," which made imperative that Israel muster I' of its material, technical, ,r *l and spiritual resources, also wrote that the immigraFlor!da. Arrangements are being made by a committee headed by Jack A. Cantor and Samuel Oritt,, The eyes and ears ^ America ^^ ^.^ Qf ^ Greater Israel Bond committee; will be focused on Miam' a bassador Harman is greeted by leading citizens representing every area of American life at the Diplomatic Ball, Saturday evening, Dec. .Miami Samuel Friedland, chairman of the: committee's board of governors; Jacob Slier, honorary chairman of \ the Israel Bond committee; Mrs.! Among leading figures of the entertainment world who will join In the festivities are Charlton Heston, star of "Ben-Hur;" Joan Crawford, Academy Award winning motion picture star; Continued on Page 7-A Dr. Mordecai M. Kaplan, founder of the Reconstructionist movement, who sought affiliation of the United Synagogue of America with the World Zionist Organization, announced that he would seek to have the Reconstructionist movement join the WZO. Dr. Kaplan declared that until a century ago, Zionism was "an integral part of Judaism." He asserted that "insofar as the existing synagogue movements have become accustomed to treat the restoration of the Land of Israel as outside the purview of their religious activities, Judaism has been deprived of the main source of its vitality and viability, namely the generative and self-renewing potency of Jewish peoplehood." Expressing belief that there was no likelihood that the United SynContinued on Page 6-A



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jvember 27. 1959 *Jewtefl fkridHar Page 7-1 fharmingl\f uoi4rs f h Israeli Beauty Conquers Hollywood innual dinner of the JewNational Fund Council of Miami was held Thursling at the Fontainebleau ^Sharing honora as coof die dinner were Mr. r _. Samuel Oritt. Guest f for the evening was Gen. Marshall. Jritt selected an ensemie of an unusual brocade sent to her from Hong [it waa a black silk satin in a jeweled tone aqua. ^ket was short and fitted oversized rounded collar Ibow-length sleeves. The % as a sheath with a roundkline. |itly returned from Israel, Jarry S'monhoff wore a brmal in tones and shades teen brocade. Her bodice cooped neckline, and her featured controlled fullness fin a harem hemline. [Louis Makovsky was in a lorcd print suit, and Mrs. Simon wore a jeweled by with a satin banded VAnother active worker commun'ty, Mrs. Pauline selected a dark brown intung. Mrs. Levick joins ny Miamians who have reI returned from a visit to jjingin appreciation to larshall was Mrs. Charles in black, with a squared le and a pearl necklace. |oseph Rackovsky was also w'tta jeweled clips at the le. In an aquamarine silk a white background was lernard Sirken. sg guests honored with of appreciation was Mrs. Brenner, who chose a silk icket dress in a silver grey wine-colored print, and a irelvet collar. She was honfr 40 years of service to the fci'ty. Also recognized by % as Mrs. Sadie Bieler, in a lie silk crepe with lace inbn the sleeves. • • tCHING with vested lnterlt was Mrs. Anna Brenner l, well-known attorney and er of the school board, in a [gown. The bodice was of |ly lace and the skirt of silk Her neckline was squared ace scallops forming the [and the scallops were reon the short sleeves. Louis Schwartzman was Jjlaek wool jersey, w'th a §iigh slashed bateau neckbat dipped to a very low iecolletage, The skirt of her [was cartridge-pleated, and ed a deep banding of black bent taffeta. VITATI 0 NS • Wtiding • larMJfrve* • BaiAtJfive* • Confirmation Monogremmed Acccuortts liTRO MIAMI PRfSS CeralWay Miami Ml 4-0532 Also wearing black for the evening was Mrs. .Jack Popick. Hers was a silk chiffon completely gathered in horizontal lines from the bodice to the heml'ne, wjth an attached pannier at the back waistline that hung to slightly below the hem, and banded straight across the' top in black velvet with a modified latticed short sleeve. %  Wife of the president of the organization, Mrs. Mayer Abramowitz, selected a black silk morr'e. She had a flat bow on the bodice that streamed down to the skirt and ended with a touch of fringe. The bodice was fitted, the skirt full, and her sleeves were three quarter-length. |u|RS. Martin Genet chose a %  navy blue costume ensemble of mohair and wool, trimmed in satin, with the satin banding the neckline, and covering the buttons. Champagne-colored silk fa'He was the fabric in the costume ensemble selected by Mrs. Zev Kogan. Her dress followed the princess line and had a short bolero type jacket with long sleeves. A touch of jeweled embroidery was at the neckline. Mrs. Sol Goldman, who's husband is the executive board chairman, was seated on the dias in a short formal featuring a white lace bodice and a black silk organza pleated shirt. Mrs. Abe Appel was seen in an attractive dress with black kn't lace forming the bodice, and the short sleeves and collar. Beige marquisette was inserted in the bodice and the collar and sleeves set over it. S OMETHING new for The Jewish Floridian is a Holiday Fashion Supplement which will be published in mid-December. It will serve as a preview of what you will be wearing and buying in this coming holiday season. There will be many new and excit'ng fashion announcements, along with suggestions and ideas as to what to wear for all the many balls scheduled by your organizations. As a service to your clubs, we will include a calendar of the major social events planned through February. All we ask is that a member of your organization send us the date of the event, about how many persons are expected to attend, the name of the chairman or president, of the group, the full name of the sponsoring organization, where the function will take place, and what time it is scheduled. Hold Memorial Netting Sunshine chapter of the City of Hope held a meeting in memory of Robyn Tubin Saturday at he Fontainebleau hotel. The meejng featured a fashion show and Mm. 'Hh-Hws' foskion Show Temple Zion Sisterhood will hold a 'Ws Hers" fashion show and dance Saturday evening at tne Temple. In charge of information is Mrs. Sol Berlin. Millions of Americans shortly will be admiring the international beauty whose name is Haya Harareet, soon to be introduced to moviegoers as "Mrs. BenHur." She is pronounced by William Wyler, director of MetroGold wyn-Maycr's $15,000,000 production of "Ben-Hur," as the finest young star he has ever directed. She plays the role of Esther, faithful sweetheart of "BenHur," portrayed by Charlton Heston. "Ben-Hur" will open here Dec. 23 at the Lincoln Theater. Haya is a distinctive personality, unike any of the foreign importations of the past, with the possible exception of Garbo. She has a distinctive beauty, possessive brown ayes, a lovely figure, and.can converse fluently In six languages, speaking English with only the slightest traca of a Near East accent. American columnists will do doubt give airing to the fact that a literal translation of her name in her home city of Jerusalem is "Mountain Animal." The overnight stardom of a girl who once carried a rifle in the Israeli Farines occurred in the following way: In 1957, following her appearance in the Italian film, "La Donna del Giorno," Miss HaraHAYA NAtAtffT reet was invited to attend the Cannes Film Festival, as one of it representatives, by the Italian motion picture industry.'On the last day of the Festival, she attended a reception at which she was introduced to Hollywood director William Wyler, whose film, "Friendly Persuasion," had won the top award. She chatted with him briefly, then promptly forgot the meeting. So, it might have been supposed, did Wyler. Rabbi Ahron Opher, of the South Shore Temple of Chicago, and Mrs. Ira Levine, of the Sisterhood, take time out from their convention program to look into the "group sales program of the MGM spectacular. "Ben-Hur." The Ben-Hur booth was part of the display area at the Fontainebleau hotel during the recent convention of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. "Ben-Hur" opens at the Lincoln Theater on Dec. 23. One year passed, as a matter of fact, before the director did -think of her again. An* even then, he could not remember her name. Wyler and producer Sam Zimbalist were preparing for the filming of "Ben-Hur" in Rome and were seeking an actress for the principal feminine role, that of the young slave girl who changes the whole course of BenHur's life. Although a number of prominent actresses had been tested, the director and producer were not satisfied. It was then that Wyler, a man of perceptive memory, recalled the girl from Israel he had met at the Festival. Asked later what had made her stand Out in his mind from the hundreds of other actresses he had met at the reception, he remarked: "I recalled especially the vehemence with which she replied to a comment of mine. Upon being introduced, I had said quite casually that I had always wanted to visit Israel. This young woman's eyas flashed, and she remarked pleasantly, but quite firmly, that she was tired ef hearing that. She told me that avaryona always said that he would Ilka to visit Israel but that no one avar did. It was the manner in which she made this statement that impressed me." A cable to the MGM representative in Tel Aviv gave Wyler the name he was looking for. Miss Harareet was located in Paris where she was discussing the possibility of making a French film. Within 24 hours she was on her way to Rome to test for the role of Esther. Since Wyler was still in Hollywood, the test was directed by Mario Soldati, who was to assist in the direction of "Ben-Hur." Robert Surtees, the film's head cameraman, was engaged in another assignment, and John Schmitz, one of his assistants, was pressed into service. An Italian actor stepped in to portray Ben-Hur. The test, covering the scene in which Esther and Ben-Hur profess their love, was flown to Hollywood. On viewing it, Zimbalist and other MGM executives concluded they had found one of the finest young acting talents in years. Miss Harareet was signed for "Ben-Hur" and was placed under long-term contract by MGM. [BED ROOM NEW air conditioned, h e eled eat., • Foir, (keeping district, etc. Jkee er will fen.Uk. 1117 Her Drive. UN 5-5301. VERY NICE BEDROOM .ttyra my house. HI 3-531TMrs. Feinberg On TV Council Mrs. Charles Feinberg, 5987 No. Bay rd., will represent the Federation of Jewish Women's Organizations on the Community Council of TV station WPST, ch. 10. She succeeds FJWO president Mrs. Jean C. Lehman, who served with the Community Council since its inception. At a luncheon meeting in the studios of ch. 10 Monday, Mrs. Feinberg joined more than 100 group women and ch. 10 executives in developing plans for future community programing. More than 90 community service programs were sponsored in the last several months, the women learned. The Federation of Jewish Worn en's Organizations was one of the first local service groups to present a half-hour live show featuring representatives of several Federation member agencies. Mrs. Feinberg is a member of the executive committee and board of governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and has served n positions of leadership in the Women's Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal. She is %  former national vice president of the American Jewish Congress. Budget Group to Meet Leon Kaplan, chairman of the budget committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, has called the next meeting of his group for Monday, 8 p.m., at the Federation office, 424 Lincoln In. The committee is meeting preparatory to the consideration of 1960 local agency requests. A-l EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. FR 9-8401 PERFECT FOR CHANUKAH GIFTS! THE SOUNDS OF JERUSALEM The Holy City comes olive in this new 12" IP album ... on exciting word and sound picture. 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smber 27. 1959 fJewisti fkradOiam Page 9-A :. Alfred Daniels—be is president of Burdine's former Gov. Frank C. Clement, of Tennessee, at the Sinai Hospital preview dinner. Burdine's recently 10.000 to the building fund. % %  "-c ion Times Literary Survey \ds Status of Jewish Letters )N—< JTA) — The emerAmerican-Jew'sh writdecisive force in AmerEers" has been a "subTand formidable develop-, jnce 1950, according to an on T*ie Jewish Part in Letters" appearing in literary supplement of nes of London devoted to Iiicrican Imagination. article cites as leading mi critics the Jews' Lionel Alfred Kazin, Phillip Leslie Fiedler and Irving ptmong the young fiction i.l unmistakable sign.' it named Saul Bellow and Malamud. It cited ArBller as the "most solid nous playwright" and in [it names Karl Shapiro (a convert), Dclmorc Kz, Howard Nemerov and Kunitz ("perhaps the Jinderrated poet today." .i.estioned influence" of rt >an Review is ascribed [work of these and lesserAmerican-Jewish writers, as "the rapid reputation Sim nee of Commentary." | article notes that "sine* Ir, Jewish assimilation in fa has mad* its widest, and easiest gains and Isult >s that the Jew, for Practical purposes, is counttod,iy with the majority." The Jew is "perfectly at home" in all aspects of American com-, munity life, the unidentifier author of the article asserts. "He finds that h ; s aggressiveness, his shrewdness, h's love of the politics of life—like most of his other tags—are transvalued now into assets that promote acceptance rather than merely tolerance." The writer asserts that "the sense of Jewish difference remains, but it is a painless one— easily accommodated to the stl burb'an point of view, easily overlooked, easily moralized, if one likes, into the special capabilities of the talented outsider; what one remembers of Bloom or %  Swann without having to be reminded of what they suffered as Jews. But mostly the Jew is taken for granted in America." The chief distinct^ between the new American-Jewish writers and the older ones, says The Times' critic, is that the older writers were dominated and enslaved by their material and the new writers "attempt to hold up a segment of American-Jewish life and study a in 1946, and B'nai B'rith promptly decided to sponsor the project. Garroway later told his audience the piogram was 'one of the most impressive" he has ever featured. Bernard Joins Law Firm Here Jack M. Bernard, Coral Gables attorney, Monday joined the law iirm of Schwarz and Zinn in the Ainsley bldg. The announcement was made by Herbert N. Schwarz, senior partner who said that Bernard will join Harold Zinn and Bart L. Cohen m general legal practice Bernard, a native of Brooklyn, was educated in public schools there, and graduated from New York University and the Columbia Law School. He is unmarried and resides at 3145 Ponce de Leon blvd., Coral Gables. Mr. Business Man & Mrs. Housewife The Jewish Home for the Aged Thrift Shop, needs your furniture, appliances, clean clothing, luggage, drapes, lamps, dishes, pots, pane, tulverware, sheets. bedspreads, etc. Ml eyecee* eeief f J". t .kS moMtnaict of ear rf/stlngfished residents. THE HOME THRIFT SHOP 5737 N.W. 27th Ave. Telephone MI 3-2338 Please Call us '•* Pkk-up. YOUR MONEY'S WORTH WASHINGTON FEDERAL Miami Beach Norton Tire Co. m*. 1924 OPEN 24 HOURS "V&T 5300 N.W. 27th AVE. nnr'GoDMCHH % %  TIRE PRICES ] REDUCED 3 5 TO 25% I % % LOWEST PRICES IN YEARS 4 .A B. F. GOODRICH FULL RETREADS 750x14 Latest Tread Designs Looks & Wears Like New, Guaranteed Like New WHITEWALLS Premium Grade $1 EXTRA 14" TIRES ir TIRES SIZE er Tir* SIZE P*r Tfc-e 750x14 7.75' 640x15 8.20* 670x15 8.95* 850x14 8.95 710x15 9.70* 900x14—950x14 9.45" 760x15 10.45* 800x15—820x15 10.95* •Prim !* %  *• • T..-SUI. Tu Eitr* Ploi e*lr*i*ie IMS Hi 1 SO BRAKES RELINED ALL FOUR WHEELS WHILE YOU WAIT! First Quality Original Equipment Irak* Lining & Parts FORD CHEV. PLYM. All Other American Cars M2' 5 GUARANTEED 10.000 Ml. OR 1 FULL YEAR 2 STORES ONLY MIAMI! SOI W. FUillR ST. MIAMI lEACHt 1454 ALTOM ROAD EASY CREDIT YOU NAME THE TERMS 10' GETS YOU ROLLING NORTON TIRE MIAMI 5300 N.W. 2"'th AVE. MIAMI 4900 N.W. 2nd AVE. MIAMI 500 W. FLAQLEH ST. MIAMI BEACH I4S4 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH 7145 ABBOTT AVE. NORTH MIAMI 13360 N.W. 7th AVE. HALLAN0ALE 29 NORTH DIXIE HWY. SOUTH MIAMI 5930 SOUTH DIXIE MARATHON U.S. I SAD0WSKI BLVD. HOMESTEAD 102 S. KR0ME AVE. KEY WEST 840 GREEN ST.



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lovembsr 27.1959 -Jewistifhrlctiag} Page 3-B COMMUNITY SERVICE OP of Miami's top women's organizations form a ComService Council to provide an army of volunteers for Fund and the Combined Jewish Appeal. Shown with lilton Sirkin (second from right), a vice president of the ition of Jewish Women's Organizations, are Mrs. George i, Mrs. Manuel Burstein and Mrs. David Vender. Mrs. predicted a record recruitment drive from the 117 wornroups in FJWO to support this area's two major fund Eggnatz Will Speak Teusday Eight Divisions of Council of Jewish Women Plan for Programs Wednesday man's View of Israel" will eme of a coffee and social el by the Federation of [Women's Organizations on 10:30 a.m., at the home of rry Lack, 5712 Alton rd. Meyer Eggnatz, who has urned from Israel as a of the United Jewish Ap]/>' luncheon Sunday have been completed for ra Stein Sisterhood "Mitzlincheon at the FontaineDtel on Sunday noon. Cotn are Mrs. Norman Swedel l. Dan S. Homer. peal Study Mission, will bring a first-hand report on the role of the woman in the 11-year-old democratic nation. During her inspection tour, Mrs. Eggnatz interviewed newly-arrived refugees. She visited the newcomers in their temporary huts, toured hospitals, schools and rehabilitation centers, and conferred with immigration offic'als. Mrs. Eggnatz will also display some of the unique and colorful garments and jewelry manufactured in Israel. Mrs. Eggnatz last year directed the Combined Jewish Appeal "EDay" drive, and is active in the Greater Miami Jew'sh Federation. GALA FIFTH SEASON I COCONUT GROVE PLAYHOUSE HI 5 2581 3500 Main Hwy. HI 5-2581 Ex. Men. 8:30 Mat.. Wd. A Sat. 1 :30 tys: 7:30 NOW THRU NOV. 29 KIM HUNTER and LEE PHILIPS in "SUMMER AND SMOKE" TENNESSEE WILLIAMS DECEMBER 1 thru 13 PAT O'BRIEN in "FATHER OF THE BRIDE" by CAROLINE FRANCKR %  • %  ed on the B..t-Sllinfl Nov-I by BDWARD STREETER HAYH0USE RESTAURANT AND COCKTAIL LOUNGE LUNCHEONS • DINNERS • $"$ • C0CKTAIIS R..fv.tion.: Ralph HI 5-2581 LCTOR'S STUDIO M PLAYHOUSE ^^^UTTH FOREMAN pr.aantt 'THE PHILADELPHIA STORY' NOW THRU DEC. 5th tun. Matin... Beginning Nov. *• D.rk Monday. -. „ Tfto*. M l Student T.ek.t % ft 50 lira t -C. Cwtob. 8:30 P.M. HI 4-3212 The eight divisions of the Greater Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women, a member dgency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federatioi, will hold individual meetings on Wednesday, Dec. 2. The programs range from stimulating discussions by leading rabbis to cards and mah jongg. But even the social meetings have a serious intent, for the nominal sum collected from each member for the afternoon will be applied to the cost of sending boxes of toys and play materials to Israel. This is a special project planned by Council's Ship-A-Box program in conjunction wUh the 30 Jewish schools in this area affiliated with the Bureau of Jewish Education. On Sunciay, Dec. 6, instead of exchanging Chanuka gifts in the classrooms, children in Sunday schools, nursery through third grade, will be asked to bring gifts for which there is a great need and which cannot be purchased in Israel, to the children in the kindergartens there. • • Bay Division's meeting will be at the Deauville hotel at 12:30 p.m. Three rabbis will highlight the three phases of Judaism which they represent in a panel discussion entitled, "Three Aspects of Our Faith." Rabbi Jonah E. CapIan, of Temple Adath Yeshurun, calls his presentation "This We Believe In—An Orthodox Point of View." Rabbi Irving Lehrman, of Temple Emanu-El, will speak on "Conservatism—A Jewish Way of Life." And Rabbi Joseph R. Narot will close the presentation with "Reform Judaism — Its Message for Today." Mrs. Samuel Gerson is vice president of public affairs, and Mrs. George Redicker is chairman of the program committee of Bay Division. Mrs. James R. Katzman, president, has planned a brief business meeting. • • • Bi.cayn*) Division is serving refreshments at 12:30 on Dec. 2 at Coral Gables Lodge 260, 41 Valencia ave. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, of Beth David Congregation, will review "This is My God," by Herman Wouk. Mrs. William Brenner, president, has revealed that Biscayne Division had raised its funds for the special Chanuka Ship-ABox program through Hobby Huddles participation by members. Indian Cr.ek Division is having a Ship-A-Box card party on Dec. 2 at the Eden Roc hotel. Dessert and coffee will be served at 12:30 p.m. There will be a brief business meeting, with bridge and mah jongg to end the afternoon. Mrs. ASTHMA SUFFERERS FOR INFORMATION OF A SCIENTIFIC DRUGLESS TREATMENT TO COttfCT ASTHMA Writ, to FRANK CLINIC 2395 COtAl WAT, MIAMI, HA. BOOKLET "A" Endow 4e Stamp to Cov.r Handling Co.ta YOUR MONEYS WORTH Leonard Bursten is president, and Mrs. Jack Fine i s .Ship-A-Box chairman. Island. Divi.ion is meeting at the Venetian Isle motel, Venetian Causeway, on Dec. 2 at 1 p.m. Parking and "coffee and—" are free. Thomas Duff, attorney, chairman of the State Board of Welfare, head of the Marriage Coun seling Division, and chairman of the Board of Marriage and Family Counsel, will talk on "Marital and Family Problems." Mrs. Ben Lond is president, and announced this week that Islands Division raised its quota for Ship-A-Box by selling costume jewelry donated by chairmen. Lincoln Divi.ion also is planning a short business meeting followed by cards and socializing on Dec. 2 at the Seville hotel starting at 12:30 p.m. Further funds will be collected from the sale of many items made and contributed by division members. Mrs. Jack Chanin is president, and Mrs. H. Louis Robinson is Sn'p-A-Box chairman • • • Shores Divi.ion is serving a "muncheon" at 12 noon on Dec. 3 at Westview Country Club. The program is called "The' Children's Hour." Sight handicapped pupils of the third and fourth grades will read and write their own poetry, using Bra>lle boards. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, national vice president, will speak on "Children's Hour Overseas," relating the subject to Council's Ship-A-Box program. Mrs. Raymond Rubin is president, and will be able to tell Mrs. Myers that Shores Division raised its money for Sh'p-A-Box by selling aprons made and donated by her chairmen. Sunset Division is meeting on Dec. 2 at 12:30 p.m. at the Hillel House, 1100 Miller dr. Members are invited to hear Bernard Mandler, chairman of the Southern regional Commission on Law and SO' cial Act'on of the American Jewish Congress. The topic for discussion will be "You and Religion in the Public Schools — Must We Have It?" Mrs. Emery Kemeny is president of Sunset and her division, too, raised its money for Ship-A-Box through member-participation in Hobby Huddles. %  • • Evening Division will meet Dec. 2 at 7:30 p.m. at the Park Lane Cafeteria, 2155 SW 22nd st. Mrs. Stanley Myers, national vice president, will speak on Council's Overseas Program, drawing on her personal observations made on a recent trip to Israel to emphasize Israel's needs and Council's part in filling some of them. Mrs. Arthur Gilbert is president of the Evening Division. Mrs. Samuel Gertman is president of Greater Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women. AFlfc* THAH S GIVWG Something tremendously important is happening at Burdine's. It's our great After Thanksgiving Sale. Now is the time to do all your holiday shopping, for yourself,'for gifts. Take advantage of big savings in our fashions and accessories departments. Save dollars too, on home furnishings. Come early Saturday or come monday and shop 'til 9. WASHINGTON FEDERAL Miami Beach STORE HOURS MONDAY HI 9:00 mlami in in mi beach 163rd street ft. lauderdale O Qgth west palm beach 'til W5Wf



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Page 6 A +Je4stntrkM3r Kupat Holim Celebration Due Dec. 6 l\v *. at ta* ,v ol Mgytn hot?L Mrs. Leah Nodon is the donor of a mobile X-Rav machine tai the Kufvrt "Hohm hoaptal under the ausncw oc rusJodrut in toe Neoer. Sha has Swn der.&ned here wtt Rvsi*. Grader Mom: Jrji -t itetLr *:.l Nr Ms*** LesSesn. l>r*el Cases! hr th. Seats* lsierc reyxw erf the I State*. ::h offices in Allan: J. 0* A latiwar aaw a pap n wiasv Let**w. sat ciM *e *t Aie*aaaK aenrica a* his t a m wi > te aa*bInk f* first lareel Imss ssy %  Ivmt in ISO. Mt was later MW< C lints M 6— rp a* tee Israel tsMbtl at Sha %/VSaets SPaatsT s Pair. Frid ay, N W Eisenstein nd Presiden] reslioi .'.,? %  Miam>.. iFji3| -cades. „.., electee ".' Hirs< ^ m Tht Federal on. and rut* 1937 for thpurpose interest (retloaas Is sons. Other oH,c* n Le Robinson, YJ,, Stanley M. p^ Mawric* Young, Harry Simons, Fesiaroeoa. W ."an d ?:cn: lS**se pers.-cu ate anemail? sereed tsesSjIi the Kupat Hates isemral orjassuatxsj af UiMstrs'. ttk a aetvort si a a Israel Bonn prc. al a asspsul a r*nriarb a as sera* tae esure area. Mi. and Mrs. Nathan Nash recere*) citation from Israel Stolarsky national secretary af Hissadnir. a* %  %  uassfl snssfn j hare in fee Serilla homi. The peaque honored Mr. and Mrs. Nash tor their "0000600" ol three youngsters in Israel and their continuing actnrity i n behalf of Hissadrut One Killed, Two Wounded frasa Peea M eves duraj t*e High Holy Dars. It was lapsrtssl at tea %  SSSS SJ teat teere •* na n wi |l| W ** svea araas as Kaaasa. M Carra fl tier anat Hydsa. la •star parts a* Ska cswstfry. the syeeeaav** ars a* caMcenrretea m a ama* aasaaear af tillages. Board memt Jsdfe Giller.


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Page 2-A +Jmi& ncrkBar One Final Chance at Jackpot An inadvertent error in the net-! of CUES DOWt-tuOObV WORD No. 20 last week g.ves Greater Mianuans another — and final—chance to share The Jewish Floridian Jackpot which remains at S2 Left out last week was Clue 2. ind entries of the puzzle were set %  Hi •Cv)VWtRO >*o. m -repeated Mi week on Pase le-A. I v lay midnight. Nor. 29 With this, the series comes to a concloKven if you tried M complete %  ek s puzzle, .vou are el to send in another entry. Dr. Prinz Warns Against New Assimilation' in U.S. Hiolecfc %  Mr, Joe ft^-" %  Mags staajn ment BOSTON _/JTA>— Dr Joachim Pnnz. president of the American Jewish Congress, warned this week against the new a su milati uaii m a kind of \:canous Jewish rring by those who believe in international Jewish philanthropy and other good works without having any Jew:>h commitment themselves." He spoke at the final session of the national baeun al convention of the American Jewish Congress Women Division here. -IdennfxMion with the Jewish people around the world and with Israel cannot he divorced from our Jewish commitment n our own lives and m our own cnuntry."" Dr Pnnz declared. However, be added tconcept of Jewish peoplchood—tte unity of the Jepeopie around the work) — must stand as th.basic principle of Jen lib identification and as a mot factor of Jew sh roramnai' bie here and abroad." In resolutions •dented at the elosin§ session a* their fevr-day convention. the American Jewish called hr vif. of the public school*, and urwod the U.S. fow a m m .iu t. d e neua c a the Arab boycott -as a nwtaaore of K wa m it warfwrw iwulbjl ii*t a thrwat h> m*emat emal pane." Thar atan anted Ibat al U.S. I i oali aa and tuwww racial and r eli gious etecrantn nj j nJ N nl Ai mrkm cnSMrv TteIma tchman, nf Ph Udnaabm, was i .bt *e d national pmidanl far a third two§r§e Dunes Drbrt Swpporl Aa appeal foa> continued and t npn u r t for tne current March of Dunescammade Wednesday by Yeatts. executive director o: the Dude county chanter. National Foundation. -The need for funds is great," Yeatts stressed, painung out that -the chapter payang for the care of 30 pouo cases to date this year I-rael experts have been active on three c o nti ne n ts m teaching Israel know-ho w in manufacturing ^nd agriculture, both through I'eitei Nations projects and its own technical aid procram. Sirr.eha Pratt. Israel Consul General, told the i! onveutans. Maurice Samue!. Jew sh author. in another conve n tion aidress. urged the expansion of the Jewish ,-Hool program "b provi d e >aderk:p and backbone" for the American Jewish community As: he believed that no more ttaM l* to IS percent of Jewish children would ever attend such schools, bsaid the exact percentage would be determined by the aptitude of the children and the ^ ^ ^^tn^rm ^. of the parents lb? asserted that American Jewry had been -untrue to itself and lanjrin te relaxing its traoataoa nf Jewish BUeflectuauty and by attempts to e scap e ~fiem the partieulariTT that marks tte Jew **bM*e at a Congratulating David L Trask on his appointment as area director of the U-S. Treasury Department for Savings Bonds are (left to right) John A. Grubbs. director of FHA; Eugene M. Dackzp. Miami Postmaster, and Trask. Trask Appointed Savings Bond Chief Miami Beach since IMS, is a member of the Florida Bar Assn. and honorary president of the National Assn. of Postage Stamp Vendors. Inc. He has a wide range of experience in sales, marketing, public relations, finance and mi ni if a rtui ing throughout Florida and adjoining states. He a a veteran of U. S. Air Force. World War II. and was a pioneer in the development and distribution of postage and U. S David L Trask. of Miami Beach, has been appointed South Florida area director for the I". S Treasury. Savings Bonds Division, it was .-. %  mA this week b> V H. Nortbcutt. president of the Broadway National Bank of Tampa, the Savings Bands advisory chairman for Florida. The area comprises Broward. Charlotte. Collier. Dade. Glades. Hendry. Indian River. Lee. Martin. Monroe. Okeecbobee. Palm Beach and St. Lucae counties. ** • r nwch, kj %  %  • *m Onbte | Ht9 of th> ,,, Sav.rrji Bon* m •brocjhout is* n •b. t*rvcinf el u daewprion nja m i ii j •"9* Bonds. He -:: alsBora* ing. promouoi an] dia *r.A the man banking, banana, ity. educational trial. Eweranental hgious orxanaauoai which render teer service to tat i Pfngj mi. Headquarters of for South Fiona m the 1200 bang, UN Miami. Trask sweco ed s the late Henry G. Dootey. formerly of Coral Gables and F: Lauderdale, who swfa fatal heart attack in Tra-k iwell known ihrnughnut Florida, baring been a resident of LONG DISTANCI MOVERS WE INSTALL GLASS PM FVMtl PI RPOSE STctj rtowr pun enraWhw* Tena. tea tt aa be.it Our faarintrp L & c. GUSS AND MIRKO. WORKS 1J4 J.W. tit JT SINCE^I^" 1901 World's Largest Pest Cotrtrof CotnpoarF NK. 3-3.421 V& Prescritf'm \ NOW IN T*0 Aa-CMNm uuKtb tuai *•; rii'wi couranBtrroi 350 LRTCCLNI Ptere it law. Weabbein tel 72s tmcoui Ptem HI ocKors i nutjtj coaTKTiflaBf •ANT rXZ-NTS Nam Turk. Haw Jot ailtimeii. Waob %  N etktr naiats. DIAL Ji t-OSI H I hh— 4 Urn ASS COUNB AVt. nNAIM HACN ', M'UIS LOAD RATES HOUN Jos*?* L Rockovsky MS nLCNlfiAN AVL. n 1-3SW JANITOR D i • neon mxs 114 > PL n Trocnenoinq wffh Oar Many Sahnlsd Cmlmsf toot now rot TON C HELP ISRAEL! BUY BONDS •UTSNNI rUNNDS Jf b4H C0ULT0N BROI -nay TOOt TOaOltM Ctvu. 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T>age 2-fl +Je*ltfrk*kf**n Friday. CORSAGl FOR YOU Does mother want t<> I | more*?'" %  '-' %  'nan ev ih' iMtMtot of her aen's Bar ,h or daughter's Baa Mitsvah? "Onrssfe fr Y->." ;i BN f oat urc announced ihi> week by The JswlM Floridlan, now rnai Mblf fr mother to hive her lovely corsa ge free of in irg*. See rtory, I %  nd Bar Mitzvah columns, Page *B. New Club Being Formed on Beach Club Elath of the Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women will hold a charter membership meeting Wednesday evening at the Miami Beach Federal Savings and Loan Assn., Lincoln rd. Mrs. Mir.on Green. Council president, will narrate a film. ,A Day in Jerusalem Kindergarten." at the gathering of the English speak iafl club now in the process of formation. \tr> Eva Levenson is in charge of the group's choral group. Planning paid-up membership party cf Miami Beach Council of B nod B'r:ih Women at the Deauviile hotel Monday evening are (standing] Mis. Alfred Reich, fust vice president of Distr;c: 5 and Council advisor. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. m Eugene V. Mnbarshlp chairman; and Mrs. Joseph Feldman. prcgrcm chairman. B6 CcLncii Membership Fete Mapping out plans for her region in the forthcoming United Fund Good Neighbor drive is Mrs. Leo Ackerman, 1384 SW 18th st.. who is recruiting volunteers to cover a neighborhood block in the Jan. 10 county-wide drive. Bcba Idelson Club will hold an Oasf Shabbat on Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Jacob Cassow. 7Z29 Trouville Esplanade. Mrs Her-hel Vanish is in charge. 4 nRtfa f MembtrsklD Party The cluh will honor its president. Mrs Isaac Offcnhenden. at a luncheon and card part> \\ mH>n at the Alfl ri botsL Proceeds are for the Moetret Hapo.ttot. Sisterhood of Southwest Jewish Coster held its annual paid up membership party Tuesday i ning at the Center. PTASodj Wedne, rt^nt-Tf^, T mp!e Emano-ni M 0 nrVi t ri s !JI "' hlighting gJ an informal <|JM and Mrs. Irvine "al program ^n Cantor Israel Heaj.! In addition t (U entation, the FTAj display its en^. Chanuka games. Holsum Trcphy Jodean P. Cask, i s m Bakers, ftm_ th?t Bolsaa Bikmi %  fatal won ij,, f r Holsua Breai T^r W t. Lea^ noting "'he t.tfaatj bread.'" symbolua am of bakery prohxtiii] throughout the IsM i Canada compete. TV trophy is basis of ••superior i brands of bread tea 1 > especiaaj' that sen. said that mint ackaovlcdgsi to our raeaasa have he'petlttl or to us a;ain ta*| TJ f %  MrAvies preaidtnt ot District 5 and advisor to the Council Vrs Eugene Vent. Tiemtvr:rman. and Mrs. Joseph Feldman. program chairman, arc in charge of arrangements Entertainment 1U tw by Miami Beach. Nafta Bhorc, Mcnorah, Chai. and Harmony chapters. v.,\ T D I %  dent of District 5. B'nai I B, aril] be among honored Board meetings will be held by the f> chapters of the Mi ami Beach Council next week: • ihai chapter. Tuesday. 8 p.m.. at the Lucerne hotel. • North Shore. Wednesday. 10 a m. at the Carillon h • Miami Beach. Thursday. 10 a.m.. at the Miami Beach Federal bldg.. Lincoln rd. Strictly delicious! KOSHER ZION m% PV*C 9£& r**MC7$ • PEPPOKOStTF • INIISMSKC • FMssmrns • CSSSU SOF • PaSTUSH UMBJC KLKamSOR. SSrTJtaUaHm I KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE COMPANY OF CHKAGO ISf Sst Water Maarket, tfckafs t. EXCLUS VE D'STR'BL'TORS OF THE SOUTH COASTLINE PROVISION CO, IMC %  S5 B SCAYNE STREET, WIAMI BEACH PHONES: JE tVaUM, JE S-4UI HERMAN PEARL p AT DEARW DIET FACTS: VEGETARIAN BEANS ^TOMATO SAUCe J H ElNZCQ.P.TTSBU***. StricthwCosheri Mmnurammnunrichel! Each and every bean a melting morsel of nuW*?3 pleasure! A treat in more than one way, these Heiiu Vegetarian BeamJ as well as Kosher, so they go with any meal. Just heat. rn jL wtthsecond helpings. Every label cairiea the teal of appro* 1 f Orthodox Jewish Congrejatlooa of America



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member 27, 1959 Jewish FkrkHan lphrey Due Here; Mips to be Feted Page 3-A \DAVIO WIMPS ,urg Heads (state Group fcl'eiss, co-chairman of the lach Division of the Uni[of Dade County announrcek that Ben Zion GinsJtor of 420 Lincoln rd., ed chairman of the real kision of the 1960 United kpaign. |g will solicit contribuMiami Beach real esfor the support of the health and welfare serpng the coming year. ast president of the Milch Apartment Assn., th [of Dad* County, and the leach Board of Realtors. \g is a member of the directors of Temple I the Hebrew Academy, tach Zionist District, and board of the Bureau of iucation. tited Fund campaign orthis year will shoot for im need of $3,635,729, fc,000 more than ever herd. Sen. HuberT^tl. Humphrey has chosen Miami as a starting point to launch his Presidential campaign for 1960. The Democratic candidate will speak Monday at a dinner on behalf of Mt. Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami at Westview Country Club, where Humphrey will outline main points of his platform. Tho Monday function will alto honor David Phillips, Mt. Sinai Hospital trust** and long-time hospital l*ad*r here. Phillips is a member cf the board of governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and active in the Winter Residents Division of the Comgined Jewish Appeal. He was the recipient of a scroll from Federation Jionoring his "Forty Years of Welfare Service." In addition, Phillips is treasurer of the Dade County Cancer lnsti-1 tute and a member of Temple Beth Sholom. Sen. Humphrey will arrive in Miami at 4 p.m., where he will be met by rcpresentat'ves of the na-, tional press. William A. WcintrauH' is chairman, and John N. Serbin, honorary chairman. During his stay in Miami, Sen. Humphrey will get into a political huddle with local supporters before continuing to Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands as the second stop of his 11-state speaking tour. :•• Free Corsage Now Available for Mother On the Occasion of Bar or Bas Mitzvah i i i SEN. HUBERT HUMPHREY Slated trthDade | I.ipman will address lie Jewish Center Sunday the Popiel Social Hall. an assistant professor bf-'y at the University of board member of Jewly and Children's Service, Pc on "Is the American dominating the Family?" tn forum with audience lion will follow. Dinner Plans To Fete Orovitz Discussed Here Baron de Hirsch Meyer, chairman of the testimonial dinner to honor Max Orovitz, president of Mt. Sina'i Hospital, presided at a meeting of 55 members of the dinner committee held at the Barcelona hotel last week, where plans and details for the affair were discussed. Invitations are now in the mail for the dinner which will take place Dec. 19 in the Grand Ballroom of the Fontainebleau hotel, with 1,500 expected to attend. Max Orovitz has been president of Mt. Sinai Hospital since the day negotiations were started to purchase the old Nautilus property which is now, after ten years, being vacated to transfer hospital operations into the new building to be dedicated Dec. 13. For many years, Orovitz has participated in virtually every philanthropic, civic and humanitarian activity in Greater Miami. The testimonial will honor him, notably for his "great personal effort in Symphony Monies Take Sharp Rise Fipures released this week by Ihe University of Miami Symphony show an increase of 546 subscriptions over last year, with the total number of subscriptions reaching an all-fine high of 3,565. Financially, subscriptions totaled SI6.633.22 more than last year's receipts, with an increase also in the single ticket sale for the first two pairs of concerts of $1,792.25 over last season. Conductor Fabien Sevitzky and the symphony orchestra are already hard at work rehearsing for the third pair of concerts scheduled for Dec. 6 and 7 at Miam' Beach and Dade County Auditoriums. Richard Wagner's "Nibelung -Ring" will be sung in English and will be presented for the first time at these concerts. Soloists on the program Include Gertrude Ribla, soprano of Metropolitan Opera fame, Albert Da Costa, tenor, also of the Metropolitan, and Kenneth Smith, bass-baritone. Singing the roles of the three Rhine Maidens are Miamians Natalie Pomeroy, lyric soprano; Salwa Merrige Abrams, mezzo-soprano; and Flora Lerman, contralto. Won't mother look more stunning than ever if she wears a lovely, corsage on the occasion of her son's Bar Mitzvah or daughter's Bas Mitzvah? The answer, of course, is yes. And The Jewish Floridian is now making it possible for mother to have that corsage free. "Corsage for You" is the name of a new feature announced this week. These are the simple rules to follow in order to receive your free corsage: Address a postcard to "Corsage for You," c/o The Jewish Floridian, P. O. Box 2973, Miami conducting the destiny of Mt. Sinai towards the realization of what bas become Florida's biggest community project and one of the nation's finest hospitals." DR. HERBERT F. ROSS Chiropractic Physician WISHES TO ANNOUNCE THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICE FOR THE PRACTICE OF CHIROPRACTIC [90 Corah Way CA 1-8188 HYPNOTISM AND SELF-HYPNOSIS Illness of the mind and body miraculously responds to Hypnotherapy. Alto combata bad habite; Smoking; Drinking; Insomnia; Female Disorders; Complex"; Nervoua Tension; Lack of Confidence; Overweight; Impotency; Allergies; Etc. Improve yourself mentally and physically. DR. W. H. APPLEBY, MsJ. Fla.'e Only Hypnotherapy Clinic 924 S.W. 42nd Ave. HI 1-8033 Copyright 1959 CAN YOU ALWAYS FIND YOUR YAHR2EIT DATES? Or Bar Mitzvah dates? Or any other dates on the Hebrew Calendar? You will be able to find those dates at a'glance if you have ihe 32-page booklet, offered free to readers of this publication. Just send a post-card or a letter, requesting a free copy of the Heinz 24-Year Hebrew-English Calendar. Write to:H. J. Heinz Company, Dept J2 Pittsburgh 30, Pa. I GORDON F UNERAL HOM E Miami's Pioneer Jewish faaoral Home FR 3-3431 FRanklin 9-1436 710 S.W. 12th Avt. Miami HARRY GORDON, ProsMoar IKE GORDON, faaorai Director NOW YOU DIAL FR 3-4605 for kwistrkridian GOLFERS Cain Confidence with NEW GRIPS All Styles Available Revolting Relinishing Alterations />ACCC ,4M %  WUrr*9 (0 Ml GABLES 1, Flo., at least 14 days prior to the data of the Bar or Bas Mitzvah ceremony. List the following details: • Your name, address, and telephone number. • Kama of the confirmand. • Data of tha Bar or Bas Mitzvah. • Placo where tha ceremony will be observed. The corsage will be presented free of charge through the courtesy of The Jewish Floridian by arrangement with the Blackstone Flower Shops. CARIB MIAMI MIRACLE TODAY ti i 'IAGIII ST I DOWNTOVN I Opn 10:45 J PECK DEBORAH KERR BEL9VEI) INFiDEL / % %  %  ':. | msofSw* **%* •* SOUTH MIAMI 1 -m Op*f>6:45 w VffRUNDEl %  *HO ivscrour lOVtUfS im j THJWUAU. JtcksMfliunns CORAL GABIES 45 Miracle Mile EDISON CENTER 6200 N.W. 7th Ave. HIALEAH 165 Hialcah Dr. LITTLE RIVER 7964 N.E. 2nd Ave. ALLAPATTAH 1736 N.W. 36th St. MIAMI BEACH 1261 Washington Ave. DOWNTOWN MIAMI, 51 E. Flagler St. Complete and Dependable Title Service M IAMI TITLE & Gktract Ca 34 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE Tide Insurance Policies ef Kansas City Title Insurance Co. 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Poqe 8-B +jfml*tfUrH**r Fridg Y. Noir^ab.,^ FOB IIIXXI:R MM MUSK SUtfjintf S'rimgs BRC AHTI1I ITS IORT Mi TIP .wrPEtS •' %  r* CAN1A6I ClUS Pearly Gait by-Hal PearH Miami Spring.** Villas TV I-J5I1 Art NAMES MAKE NEWS: Realtor In R it'man just completed a deal :n the Ft. Lauderdalc area for ah ipmrnt amounting v S4 0P0.O0O Don"t lell him acreage sales are "off." PM mt and L?o R^unson. as covhairmon. expect the annual t of Xation.il Children s Cardiac Hospital oo Jan. 30 to be a recordbreaker in both atterdance and funds. The affa:r will be held in tie grand baitroora of the Fontainebleau Mr. nd Mr*. Jules a*cal. e* Bay Maroor Island. justifiably proud of the* daujMor Eiaint's beino voted "Coronation Queen" by the MB. N ah student body. She's a trot beauty. I 'en Panm. daughter of Mr. aad Mrs. Bernie Baum. is an upand^onung coasc dt conc. She did a fine job in a skit in the "Crown n Capers et -ST snow of M. B High. Jerry Berlin and Florence Euenstat got a deserving big hand for their -Moon Over Mum." dance rontmc in the high school show. The onl>-tw ins in the show wore Florence and her swter. Suzanne, daughters of Mr ani Mrs Irvmg Ewenstat. I Steinhaits-r. farmer Pitubnrgn radio and TV* columnist, now on iff of M B Son. the father-m law of froaen food exec Bodd r, one of Bayshore s fairway -regnlars.Sam Horns. i < fe^NOWTHEEMBERS 1 W&\ ~RECOMMENDS ROYAL SQUAB DUCKLING DAKOTA BIRD Plus our compktt,^ Ale* Yeungermaet is the new "mm*" of Grww-Y roatty firm on the Beech. the man a o a mant of the The Morns F.shers of Scott Bryan apUon the Bench. heir hometown. Rock Island. tU. Another Miami Beach High romance which Jed to the attnr: ormer Ronnie Storm ami Howard HaJprra. TVy were wed last Sanaray. and are both I'niversity of Miami rtndenO Please Oa MM r-j-a ->• in — e BUT 71* SV*_ OH Sf I The Jack C tam about at a aoth a ioie, at •mr*s**d ewests WM Mr. ana Mn. irm m Hone, Kane, Cot. and Mr* Jacob Arvey. He Jutes G '** tho Sydney UTanwuuba. Or Schlan*. Or. and Mrs. Jack Fa*, and m* Bon M:am: Beach Art Cmn. %  nder direction of Harry BIWM and Jero Magon. has come a long way m a year and a half. Members works now bmn exhibited at toe M B Art Center lecfcade those of T— fi. Mason. Rose Levin, and Mortuner E. Worn. Among Syhria Vhyie s children's clothes tonlinui arc Pia n un* Craee of Monaco Marine tnetneh. Debhte Reynolds and Rnn Hayworth. The threat of ram didn't keep may hotel exec Jack Lear and his MAJnrkae. airhnrs sales ercc. from the MiamiMichigan State thriller Also brarmg the eonents were Seymonr Rohan. Mr and Mrv Jerry carver. Al Ebner Lee Howard. Al Schwara and Artie Sami Ronald R. Canto r, mst back from Japan, niwrng his pai i m i Mr and Mn. Maonce Cantor, of Miami Bench. The **** %  %  % %  ha latent prodmrt-tne w BOTH SIDES OF THE BAY: lirtunin Frn take* the art firhghl at the Pnb JE 8-4348 ..m ,t.mn 9 EM B ERS .1245 22NO ST. MIAMI BEACH w THt MIW M lY PACKAC. O" PLAN IS YOUt tBT HIT — OU SECIALTY — Till I hjbna Storyhnhts nwnr nt tnc Snmftn M riajhiBH Vatnred rnhs nanensf enmnrnV by ~ il Voadard. Otan ami Jndy Bornv*. nWKWtSOf iW tntnnS BAntxrr nourm CandWfjht IM mi %  %  i-C ~V> lr BmTanTr lAtrJ STIA0 MASTS. AT no orrtA SMT4 M 14 now IB tsSTB Aaw 14 Is-S t7 intl 1S-S14S PBU tac It-Joa. 1M Bm.1SJaa.lM"' Boc 1SJOB.1MBJ 31 Bn %  TV a Til AWNCW; ;•::: RCSTAUftA*JT • •nt me nnmk the new, HARFENIST RESTAURANT & KOSHER CATERERS 1st AT rom MM ot mmi of *<** HMIB Nt. SKOSSm Tttf • Z\ JiVST BROS



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Pago 12-A ^lenl%H^rrfcn-ir Friday, TeCn-AgerS Will To Honor u+i Eye Values Today TMU" is the theme of the sixth annual teen-age lave M-heduled by the Greater Mumi Jewish Community Ontc r at the San Souci hotel on Sunday, 6. COB status srrking and teenage marriage will receive a thorough examination by the yout*t P/jy Slatti at n ne different workshops. %  ho„„rj,5j}| %  al 'he home^i *W s^ansLxa) Sotwd Minyonaire Ben Mitzvah Group at Mami Hebrew Congregation founded by Rabbi Herschell Saville. The group meets each Sunday momina for prayei breakfast and culture. Left to right (front row 1 are Bernard Klein, rice president. Steven Wyatt, Richard Sherman. Sidney Sokol and Rabbi Saville. Back row are Joseph Neustein. Jack Stupp. president Michael L'bmcn. secretary-treasurer. Alan Bloom. Edward Pulver, vice president Beth David kindergarten makes butter as part of its curriculum. Leit to right are Daniel Chernau. Jacalyn Adler. Neal I Nash. Beth David nursery school accepts children 3 to 5 years oi a ge. Hillel House May Soon Tear Up Mortgage; Dec 6 Function to Climax Fund Drive Trustees of H'llel House. Jewish student center at the University of Miami, may soon be able to tear up the mortgage and get the roof repaired, if its fund raising effort is supported m the next few weeks. Climax of the campaign, whose goal is $73,870. will be as invitational d sner Dec C at the Algiers hotel Four of the university's trustees. Baron de Hirsch Meyer. Sam Blank. Max Oroviut and Arthar Ingsff, will be hosts of the dinner, at which UN president Jay F. W. Pearson will he honor guest. build.ng was begun %  no, and was finished in January. lt&S. Dr. Donald MicheJsos has been director of HiOel's campus activities for the pest 11 years. Is addition to weekly rehsnoau services os Fnday afternoon sad Saturday mor n n ag. Dr. Marheisoi Miami to Mark Book Month Here The annual Jewish Book Month Festival will be held on Monday Dec. 7. at the Oceanfront Audi tonum The subject of the gathering will; be "Two Faces of a People." with tributes to the famous Yiddish folk writer. Stiolom Alcichem. and to, Dr. Theodor Herzl. father of modern Zion.sm. on their centennial vears. The festival is being sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish F.ducation in cooperation with the Miami Beach Recreation Center. Faatvrad a poa ks r s will be Mara. Dorothy Kniftr Fink and Marm Kurman. Mr*. Fink will tpaak •ft Dr. Hani, with Kurman reading from rho writings of Shalom AWicham. Seymour B Liebman. chairman of the local Jewish Book Month committee, will intrduce the speakers and pay tribute to the Jewish literary figures whose anniversaries are being celebrated this year. Louis Schwartxman. executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, and Chaim Rose will act as chairmen. The Jewish Book Month Festival is part of the national celebration of Jewish Book Month. The topics to be discussed incus* "Status Seeking," "Toon •go Social Climbing," "You and Yocr Paronts," "Standards of Behavior at Social Functions," "ACult Values and Thair Effect j on tha Taa n ago Community," "Need to Conform: Thinking for Yourself," "Taenaga Marriage: Doos It Work?** In addition, there are two presi-. dents workshops for club executives to discuss problems of membership, program, community ser-, vice, and fund-raising. Each workshop will be conducted by a member of the staff, with four teen-age panelists to assist in | the presentation of the material to be discussed. This year's co-chairmen are Rob! crt Stone. Miami "Y." and Leon-, ard Wolfer. North County "Y." Staff coordinator is Mrs. Judith Goldstein. "Secrr-t of the Doi a P" "ted Saturiaj at < h 1'ied Pi m J the Dramatic A on Miami Beack. ;REPHUN'S HEBREW: BOOK STORE La-gett and Odeat Mab<-*w 4 Supply Hauaa M Graatar Miami 4 WWOUSAU awa* tfTAK 4 4 Camplat* L.- af Habraw SupplMw 4 far Synagoguaa, Habraw anat SwnSay Scfcaata ', ISRAELI GIFTS and NOVELTIES 4 t 417 W o sh fcasto s Aos, aftassw Bench itftanax lo17 4 >-_-_—____ < Scheduled SUNDAY. NOV. |] afeaMj-. f*rk Cntta, BENJAMIN AND Haas, F *%  fW-l ANN CAim, 1*, lUbbt Hum dtl a Jearh* SMBSSI Weod'.awa far* (a MAUT COHEN, 1 si /<-.•• rt4 cUred Hiltel kbcagnnSaa. htanrh Bsssfh isjtW. imtktn Sisterhood of Temple Judea will hold a paid tap membership luncheon Thursday soon. Dec. 3 Hawai **^ thesne will he featured on the • and program Mrs. Sidney iseshs is asessbership ehairsssa. •* the rwtigiawjs cantvr't to aU : UitftedRmd sjvj. Appoints Roth B urn**: Rath has been chasrsean af Use Current effort is le raise hands a a refwur the rosf. pave a *** saayer. 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iber 27, 1959 +Jewish florid fan Page 7-A ir-Old Dream Won't be Swept rael's New Ambassador Belieyes |from Paa 1* iclejtisia* *far; rated comedy paniny Desmond, popir; Holly Warren; •r. epares to play host Ambassador, many nit of a man is it elected for its most ilomatic. post. AlLew star on Israel's bn, relatively little nerica about Avrak.s an individual. Illarman is a quiet fck, thinning, slightly irk. laughing eyes, 'shoulder*, a strong leasant ••• V*4 with FMST-EVER *MI TELEPHONE DECPAOE INDEX GUIDE, M324, J( 4-1S00 (A.M.) [GAGS MONEY NIW CONSTMCTION tFiNAMti mm ERCIAt Ot HOME FR 9-4412 *AU> SWIETZ ICCOD;ON CNAM*ION AVAILABLE :H SEMI-ADVANCED IN YOUR HOME. IJM. i j pje, OIHY |NA I-*"* of Econom'cs. Thoy were married In January, 1940, j n South Africa. % %  — %  -~^ Harnian studied law at Oxford, where he completed his studies in 1937. He sometimes speaks with a clipped British accent. During the last decade, he has served the Foreign Ministry in various capacities. Harman is an unpretentious person, who looks and dresses like an American businessman. There is nothing of the "striped pants" diplomat in his demeanor. In a book titled "Israel: In its Glory. a Decaie of Achievement," of which he was co-editor with Yigael Yad^n, he listed himself as "Abe Harman." Hamas lived in London untit, 11*38, although he had visited PalX-:y e years earlier. After Ola trip to Palestine, he was sent to work in the South African ZionIsl Federation, where he spent two years and inarr'ed Zena. They returned to Palestine in 1940, and lie worked with the Youth Department of the Jewish Agency. In May, 1948, he went to Tel Aviv when the new government was set up, to work in the press and foreign information division of the Foreign Ministry. In June, 1949, Harman traveled to Montreal, where he served as consul-general until October, 1989. Then he was transferred to New York to serve as counselor to the United Nations delegat on. His wife was appointed a member of the Israeli permanent UN deltgarion in September, 1951. Two yesrs later, Harman became consul-general in New York, remaining in that post until late spring, 1955. Four years ago, he went back to Jerusalem as assistant director general in the Foreign M'nistry, from which he resigned in May, 1956 to join the executive directorate of the Jewish Agency. He gave up this post on becoming Ambassador. Recently, Harman was quoted as saying thai Israel has reached that stage where apparently like* ether settled-down countries, it is assumed that all problems can be resolved. The whole future of the country, he believes, will not be determined by one act or one mistake, nor will the work of 2,000 years to establish Israel be destroyed by anyone, even her hostile neighbors. In short, Ambassador Harman looks "to the future with confidence," and he does not seem like a man who will be easily swept on his feet, no matter what comes up. %  M % %  % % %  u o ederal avings landmark in tlxe 3S£ia,zxii 0/ PER '0 ANNUN Intended rale Open or Add to Your Dad* Fmdwal Savings Account by frW and Earn Dividends from the St "Flagler at Flret" Red carpet treatment is the order of the day— every day—at all Dade Federal Savings offices. Here full effort is made to assure* our customer-members friendly "all-out" cooperation and streamlined modern facilities for maximum convenience, safety and comfort. Make a point to visit the Dade Federal •Savings office nearest you and be sure to see Dade Federal's new downtown main office quarters, corner of Flagler Street and N.E. First Avenue. Savings accountj ore Insured to $10,000 by the Federal Savings ^ and toon Insurance • Corporation, on agency of the Federal government ^.Hata Office lLLlst*w.a.rla|lerSt Join Us in Our Open House Celebration! 5 CONVENIENT OFFICES TO SERVE YOU %  bpattah Branch l — Ol l 1400 N.W. 36th St 12370 H.W. 7th hit. 1901 S.W. 8th St. Edison Center Branch 5800 H.W. 7th Ave.



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r, November 27. 1959 Jewish ftoridliiair) Page 11-A State Dep't Raps Unwilling Identity Continued from Page 1-A Israel are made a subject of acricited the history by means of which the presemVStaUe of Israel evolved out of the Balfour Declarmonious, formal, political debate;| ation which was int cnded to "safe to right are Jerry Lelchuk, Clifford Strauss, George Sogg Tom Kravitz durinq operation "Conference Call," readtheir personal messages to 200 Bay Harbor Islands resists. ,rida First Mt. Sinai •Florida First" was achieved Brotherhood Social Saturday Jack Wagner, president of the Brotherhood of Temple Beth Sho. ,' lorn, announces the second in a seLeek by the Mt. Smai Hospital fies of m membershi sociaJs lopment fund, when it engag-| S aturday evenjng h Temp e Banquet Hall. Committee includes Philip Schl'ssel, and David DruckHarold Granoff, Sidney Ross, Morris Miller, Morris Grossman, Judge Philip Schlissel, and David Drucker. le services of Southern Bell | the first "conference call" to be held in Miami. operators of the telephone aany alerted during the day |ra I hundred people to accept tall to be placed at 7 p.m., and he g'ven hour three members be Bay Harbor Islands comity dinner committee, Tom vi' /. Jerry Lelchuk and (rge Sogg, manned telephones he development fund office to srr.it simultaneously a message out 200 residents of Bay Har[ extending an invitation to parlate in last Monday's area din[on behalf of Mt. Sina>. uthern Bell expects that the system will be adopted by Leaders Hail Religion Month Affair Jan. 30 NEW YORK—Leaders of the four major faiths in the United States this week hailed the Religion in American Life Month observance as a significant contribution to the ess and social organizations | deepen j ng 0 f American morals and in the most influential tribunal of nations in the world. "This involuntary inclusion embraces Americans of Jewish faith and it is because of this that we turn now to you as our properly recognized spokesman in international affairs." The Council expressed the hope that the United States Secretary of State would "inform the State of Israel's government that the United States cannot recognize, as applicable to its citizens of Jewish faith, any action taken or language used by Israeli diplomatic representatives which suggests or implies the existence of a politicalnational relationship between such United States citizens of Jewish faith and the State of Israel that is different from the relationship to Israel of United States citizens of any other faith." At the same timt, Coltman Mid the Council hoped Herter would "instruct the representatives of the United States to the United .Nations that our government reject*, for its citizens of Jewish faith, such involuntary identification; and therefore the representatives of the. United States should make the United States position clear, a* a part of tfie record, at any time implications or explicit statements are made which defineor imply a relationship of Americans of Jewish faith to the Isreeli State which is different from the relationguard" the "rights and political status enjoyed by Jews in any other country" than Palestine. Coleman's letter continued: "In J924. the-Waited Stakes, and the British government concluded a 'Convention' in which, largely upon British insistence, the Preamble to the Mandate—including the essence of the Balfour Declaration —was incorporated. Despite the warnings of anti-Zionist American citizens of Jewish faith, no representation appears to have been made, at any time, by the Government of the United States, which indicated an awareness that Zionism's concept of 'Jewish' national rights and obligations in Palestine was designed to include all Jews and was not confined to Palestinean citizens alone. "Nor, does it appear, was there ever a determination by the Government of the United States to create such legislation or conditions as may have been required to enforce implementation, at least in the interests of United States citizens of Jewish faith, of quoted 'safeguard' clause in Balfour Declaration." KABBI IRVING MHLEK the the Rabbi Miller Calls Council Report to Press loaded' Bis area the same way as it adopted in New York and Chi LONG DISTANCE MOVING all points in the country ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY HVEN WITHOUT CHARGE LCER.B.VAN LINES, INC. 12136 N.W. 24th Avenue |[ 5-6496 MIAMI ships of Americans of other faiths." The Council's detailed letter respiritual life Religion in American Life Month b marked during November by a nationwide advertising campaign in which the message, "Find the Strength for Your Life Worship Together this Week," appears in most media of communication. Backing the national program are Francis Cardinal Spellman, ""("'073"megacycles, is the most Archbishop of • ;. FM = South Flor WCKR Launches FM Station Here WCKR has begun simultaneous broadcasting on both AM and FM radio, WCKR-FM's 10,000-watt outply, Mr. Hart wrote: "It is my considered belief that other governments are fully aware that the United States Government does not condone the involuntary identification of its citizens with a foreign state." However, Hart further declared: "I believe there is also a common awareness inside and outside our country of the undivided loyalty 1 which American citizens, regardAmerican Council for Judaism, 1 less of their race, color or creed, 1 Clarence L. Coleman, ; 11 p^^g for tne ; r country and their NEW YORK—(JTA)—Rabbi Irving Miller, chairman of the American Zionist Council, addressing the dinner of the Zionist Organization of America at the Waldorf Astoria hotel this week, charged that the American Council for Judaism several days ago "rigged" its news report of a reply it received from Parker T. Hart of the State Department, to a communication from the president of the Roman Catholic Miller said that "the report was rigged in a manner best calculated to serve that organization's nefarious purposes." Objecting to repeated references in recent UN debates to the flag." Rabbi Miller said that by deleting this sentence from its press release, the American Council for Judaism "distorted the intent of States and former president of the National Council of Churches; Rabbi Max D. Davidson, president of the Synagogue Council of America; and Archbishop Iakovos, head of the Greek Orthodox Church of North and South America. TKAYM0RE Private Pool Beach and Cabana Colony HOTEL ST., MIAMI BIACM manager of WCKR and WCKR FM. The station's new 10,000-watt re mote-controlled FM transmitter is located in the WCKR studios on 79th st. causeway. All radio 610 programs will be duplicated on WCKR-FM. The new station will become a part of the Florida Defense Net work. This, an asked the he stressed, "is anomer example I State Department to reaffirm the] of its fear psychosis which leads government's opposition to the the American Council for Judaism %  • "involuntary association" of Amer j to attack the loyalty of American I ican citizens with Israel. In his reJews to their country. 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