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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
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 Floridiaii
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
ime 33 Number 49
Miami, Florida, Friday, December 4, 1S59
Two Sections Price 20<
TOP MOVIE STARS EXPECTED
^^^^^mmm^mmmmWamtmmmmm^m^mwMwmmm
\mbassador Harman
be Feted Saturday
t Diplomatic Ball Here
kucsls at the Diplomatic Ball welcoming Ambassador Avraham
Ian to America will have the unique opportunity of seeing them-
b and the entire proceedings of the gala event on television, it was
[need this week by William Bornstein, chairman of arrangements
will represent another*------------------------____________
AVRAHAM HARMAN
. .. receiving line
for Miami social events and
lion broadcasting.
Jrting with a "Hollywood
opening, at arriving guests
dignitaries emerge from
cars at the Fontainebleau
entrance and are inter-
Id by noted TV persona Ii-
Johnny Carson and Dennis
, the festivities will be tel-
by WCKT-TV, ch. 7, for
Intatlon on special pro-
the following afternoon at
[Diplomatic Ball will be held
ay evening, starting at 7:30,
(new grand ballroom of the
ncbleau hotel.
"firsts" at the Diplomatic
kill be the participation of a
! entertainment stars, includ-
Bt-lton Heston, star of Holly-
newest spectacular, "Ben-
Joan Crawford, Academy
i inning motion picture
mi Aie'iiu, iunn/Ui QR
"UP Aimer;" Holly War
nmy Savo and many others.
rary chairman of the Dip-
Ball is Gov. LeRoy Collins,
ning in the welcome to Am-
ur Harman will be many
ding dignitaries represent
jacet of American life.
ng arrangements for the
ire Jack A. Cantor and Sam
ftt. general chairmen of the
Miami Israel Bond corn-
Samuel Friedland, chair
the Israel Bond board ot
rs; Jacob Sher, honorary
(n of the committee; Mrs.
citz, chairman of the Worn-
vision, and Mrs. Jack Katz-
rand hostess of the ball.
ssion to the Diplomatic Ball
purchase of a 4500 Israel
[ball will have an interna-
[flavor with the attendance
isuls from all over the
representing the nations
helped establish Israel's
kndence 11 years ago with
Continued on Page 2-A
Progressives May Join
Coalition as Knesset Meets
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
JERUSALEMA possibility emerged from negotiations Tuesday
that the tiny Progressive Party would join with Prime Minister Ben-
Gurion's Mapai Party to enable the Prime Minister to present a "nar-
row coalition" to the Knesset, Israel's Parliament, next week while
continuing talks for a broader coalition.
* Mapai and the Mapai-affiliated
11 a r\rr ma Arab parties, plus the Progres-
Hands Off Nets,
Syrians Warned
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
JERUSALEMThe Israel For-
ted Nations truce headquarters to
warn Syria to halt interference
with Israel's fishing on Lake Ti-
berias before the situation de-
teriorated further.
The Syrians during the last fish-
ing season several times attacked
Israeli fishermen, wounding and
killing several in attempts to steal
nets and other equipment.
With the opening of the cur-
rent fishing period two weeks
ago, Syrians renewed such acts
and have stolon or destroyed
Israel nets.
It was believed that Israel told
UN truce officials that repetition
of last year's acts of violence
against Israel fishermen would
not be tolerated.
sives, have 58 seats in the 120-
member Knesset, three short of a
majority. However, the six depu-
ties of the ultra-Orthodox Agudas
Israel have been instructed by
their rabbinical leaders to abstain
during the required Knesset vote
of confidence for a new govern-
ment.
The projected "narrow" coali-
tion would thus have a slim ma-
jority of the other 114 votes.
The Prime Minister, it was un-
derstood, would leave several
cabinet portfolios open for the
anticipated additional coalition
partners. It was presumed that
ho wanted a coalition, oven so
small a one, on the premise that
talks with the other parties will
be lengthy and that the coali-
tion would strengthen his hand
in negotiating with Mapam, Ach-
dut Avodah and the National
Religious Party, and perhaps
accelerate their joining.
Meanwhile, the newly-elected
Knesset, Israel's fourth Parlia-
Continued on Page 8 A
ZOA Warns Against Rising
Assimilation Danger Here
3#
ABRAHAM UDflMtlM
'gimmick JedoJsm'
NEW YORK(JTA)-A warn-
ing that a "rising tide" of assimi-
lation is leading to the disintegra-
tion of Jewish cultural life in this
country, coupled with a call for an
overhaul of the Jewish education
system was sounded by Zionist
leaders here.
Addressing several hundred
members from all parts of the
country gathered at a two-day
meeting of the National Executive
Council of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America, Abraham A. Red-
elheim, president of the organiza-
tion, said Sunday that "before our
very eyes we see large Jewish set-
tlements, particularly in suburbia
drifting away from our spiritual
heritage and become total strang-
ers to traditional Judaism. He
further asserted that the "alleged
revival of religion that is so much
touted about represents but a tem-
porary response to what we may
describe as 'gimmick' Judaism."
The ZOA head further pointed
out that while close to $60,000,000
a year is being spent on Jewish
education in this country, half of
the Jewish educational network
Continued on Page 10-A
Policy Outlined
On Arab DP's;
Eye Settlement
STATE DtPARTMINT SttKS STATISTICS "AGE 3-A I
UN TUMBLING WITH PROBE PACE 10-A
UNITED NATIONS(JTA>^Israel Monday reiterated before the
United Nations previous offers to pay compensation to the Arab refu-
gees "even before the achievement of a final peace settlement or the
solution of other outstanding problems," providing international as-
sistance were available.
At the same time, Michael S.
C o m a y newly-appointed perma-
nent chairman of the Israel delega-
tion, addressing the General As-
sembly's special political commit-1
tee in the Arab refugee debate, re-i
peated that Israel "is prepared im-
mediately to enter into negotia-1
lions with the Arab governments
directly or indirectly" not only re-
garding the refugee problem but
also "for an overall and final set-
tlement of all outstanding differ-
ences."
Mr. Comay's statement was the
first formal enunciation of Is-
rael's policy regarding the Arab
refugees in the committee de-
bate which entered its fourth
week. After surveying the "his-
Conttnued en Pago 6-A
Aramco Ban
Battle Cools
NEW YORK(JTA)The New
York State Commission Against
Discrimination announced this
week it had dropped plans to ap-
peal against a court ruling order-
ing the Arabian-American Oil
Company to stop asking job appli-
cants whether they were Jews.
Elmer A. Carter, SCAD chair-
man, who had previously said the
state agency would appeal the rul-
ing of New York Supreme Court
Justice Henry Epstein, said that
SCAD had received "recent infor-
mation that tended to show that
the United States State Depart-
ment's attitude in the matter had
undergone changes." However, a
State Department spokesman in
Washington denied any change in
policy.
ARAMCO operates in Saudi
Arabia, which bans employment
of Jews in Its territory. SCAD
allowed ARAMCO in 1950 and in
1956 an exemption from the state
law barring employers in New
Continued on Page 7-A
Arabs Reject
Bid for Solution;
Trade in Insults
UNITED NATIONS(JTA)The
idea of solution of the Arab refu-
gee problem through Arab-Israel
agreementsuggested by a num-
ber of delegations at the United
Nations General Assembly was
rejected Monday by Ahmad Shu-
kairy, Saudi Arabian Minister of
State for United Nations Affairs.
Speaking at the General Assem-
bly's Political Committee, which is
now debating the Arab refugee
question, he said that "solution by
agreement is a barren slogan."
"Those who speak of solution of
the refugee problem by agreement
deny the right of the refugees to
repatriation," he declared. He in-
sisted on the "right" of the Pales-
tine refugees to return en masse
to Israel.
"It is problem of religious
discrimination," he shouted. "It
is discrimination against Mos-
lems and Christians. My home
lies within 300 yards of the arm-
istice line, but I cannot go to it
because I am a Christian. Being
a Jew is the only visa. My home
is offered to any Jew in the
worldbe he from Tokyo or War-
saw or any western area. It is
the question of Jew against Gen-
tile or rather of Zionist against
anti-Zionist."
Preceding Mr. Shukairy, Dr.
Izzat Tannous, representative of
the so-called Palestine Refugee
Committee, also made a plea for
"complete repatriation" of all ref-
ugees, voicing his appeal in purely
personal terms. In his speech, Dr.
Tannous accused Israel of break-
ing pledges to the United Nations
prior to its admission to member-
ship.
Israel to Get First Sub from British
LONDON(JTA)Israel's first
submarine, the Tanin, wiU be of-
ficially launched within a few
days at a British naval base, and
then start a 16-day journey to
Israel, it was revealed here. The
submarine is one of two sold to
Israel last year in a transaction
which marked a key turning
point in British-Israel relations.
The transfer of the submarine
came against the background of
reports by British naval experts
that the navy of the United Arab
Republic had been further
strengthened in recent months.
These sources said that the UAR
navy now includes two ultra-
modern sxory destroyers; two
destroyers of the Zet classalso
Soviet made; one destroyer of
the Hunt class, one sloop, six
mine-layers, three mine-sweep-
ers, 40 torpedo boats, two sub-
marine hunters, eight large
ocean-going Soviet-made submar-
ines, and one smaller submarine.
Most UAR ships are Soviet-
Continued on Page 7-A
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$238,000 in Pledges Mount at Weshi
Humphrey Sees Link Between Sinais
at additioti!
at a faacvana m
Cash, wner-
to it David
Phillips. Isoapalal trustee
Principal speaker was L" S Sen.
Habert fliiapili i j 'D.-M.nn.-. who
tali the Catherine that "there is a
las* betweea ML Smai Hos-
pital oT Greater MUsei aad 1
Sinai of the Tea CiawiastB
For Ml. Ssaas Hospital here is
lirac fesfiauaeBt of the message
wh.eh was hraagnt oa tablets by
M
Orr to Speck
At Chapter Meet
Lows B. Boberuun. pruiatet of
the Dade Mea's chapter. American
Jewish Congress, has announced
John B. Orr. jr. as featured speak-
er at a Dec. t meeting of the chan-
ter.
The meeting, to begin 8:3a p m.
will be held at the Normany Isle
Branch of the Washington Fed-
eral Savings and Loan Assa.
Orr. who will be presented an
award for his "outstanding serv-
ice in government." win speak on
"The Grey Flannel Mind."
Up for consideration will be the
issue of changing the group from
a men's to a couples' chapter.
f thm Sonata's
national Jneatcsl sieseerca Study.
Son. I Santa* ray toW the Was*-
view/ moaHnej that "H was as
wart of rnts sSvOy rhat I visooa
in Moscow- an Doc 1. I with
the choirwtan of two Council of
Mtra $t*tn Hit Stvif IgHMotwv
Nniita S. KHrwshchov. Since tfca*
day las* roar, we have coma
nutte a way in America n-Soviaf
awdacal cooneratien. but wa still
have a long way to go."
CoL Jacob Arvey. noted Chicago
Democratic Party leader and Mi-
ami Beach winter resident, pre-
sented Philips with a bronze
plaque m recognition at his
achievement as "Oatstanding Voi-
unteer" for ML Sinai.
WiDiam Weintraub. dinner chair
man. and Mrs. David P. Catsman.
chairman of the women's conanit-
mittee, received plaqari in recog-
nition of their effort in behalf of
Mt Sinai Hospital.
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Sincr HoapitaL ______________
Ball Scout Taking It Easy Here
A couple of months of freedom Shiakoff pointed to
SCIENTIFIC
couple of samaai of freedom ShJaknfT pointed to the case of
from big lea rue baseball concerns s Class C player who, after last
are in prospect for Nick Shiakoff.: winter in the FWL, was ready to
*cout for the San Francisco Giants, play Triple A ball, thus advancing
But Nick, readme now at Miami his career at least a full year.
Springs Villas, will still be eagag- ------------------------------
ed hi diamond activities with the,
Florida Winter League.
The FWL is an association oi
teams is Clearwater. Dunedin.
Sarasota. Bra den too. 9. Peters
burg and Tampa, sponsored by-
major leapue teams in San Fran-
cisco, Cleveland. New York, St.
Louis, Milwaukee. Chicago, Balti-
more and Kansas City.
Shinkoff. who covers Florida
and Georgia in a constant search.
for new baseball talent for the
Giants, says the winter league,;
soon to begin its second year, **i'
doing wonders for eager young
players."
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smber 4, 1959
*JelsHk>ridr/an
bdor V. Levontin,-decm of the law school of Hebrew
Sy at Jerusalem (center), shown with Frederick Scher
ti Kenneth Myers at a luncheon sponsored by the
Executives Division of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
! Scher was luncheon chairman, and Myers heads up
lership Institute series designed to bring members cur-
-nation on local, national and world Jewish affairs.
ian Again Elected to Body
iThurman was reelected
fman of the Large City
Conference at Us an-
ig in San Francisco two
Fox, of Baltimore, was
airman. Thurman is vice
[of the Greater Miami
deration.
Ige City Budgeting Con-
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IIS rUillCATtOM
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st edition of the famous
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ilendar goes back more
ty years; with It you can
lebrew date and day of
pf any event that occur-
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ay. The fisknrisT looks
Kivins; avery Hebrew
eptember. 1061 and all
todays up to 1967.
Mng up Yahrzeit dates,
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ference is an association of 23
Jewish federations and welfare
funds in cities with the largest
Jewish populations. The confer-
ence analyzes the programs and
budgets of national and overseas
Jewish agencies which appeal to
local communities for funds, and
recommends appropriate financ-
ing.
Ywsery School Forming
Temple B'nai Sholom, 16800 NW
22nd ave., will start a nursery
school beginning Jan. 4. Sessions
will be held 9 a.m. to 12 noon. Chil-
dren from 3 to 5 are eligible.
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Free Corsage Now Available for Mother
On the Occasion of Bar or Bas Mitzvah
Proud mothers whose sons and
daughters are about to become
Bar or Bas Mitzvah now have
cause for additional pride. For
on this important day, they can
put their best foot forward with a
special touch.
Won't mother look more stun-
ning than ever if she wears a
corsage on this sanctified occa-
sion?
Of course she will, and The
Jewish Floridian is now making it
State Dep't.
Seeks Figures
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
State Department has asked the
United States Embassy in Amman
for a report on charges of fraudu-
lent practices by Arabs in the ad-
ministration of Arab refugee
camps in Jordan.
This was learned following
charges by Sen. Albert Gore, of
Tennessee, and Sen. Gale W. Mc-
Gee, of Wyoming, both Demo-
crats, in the course of their visit
to the Near East. The two senators
urged review of the entire U. S.
aid program to Jordan.
Secretary of State Christian
Herier Mid h*> had received a
communication from Senators
Gore and McGaa reporting cor-
ruption in Arab refugee camps
i n Jordan. American-financed
project* were involved, accord-
ing to the two senators. Mr. Her-
ter said the question pertained
mainly to ration cards for Arab
refugees and has to do with the
United Nations.
He added that the matter had
been raised in the UN and that the
UN had taken it under "serious
consideration."
He said it appeared that ration
quotas had been "improperly ap-
plied" in distributing aid to the
Arab refugees. He made known
that Jordan has promised the
United Nations cooperation in rec-
tifying the situation.
Financial Exec
Appointed Here
The J. I. Kislak Mortgage Cor-
poration of Florida has named
Jerry Levine administrative assist-
ant to executive vice president
Maurice M. Meehan.
In announcing the appointment
Jay Kislak, president, said Le-
vine's major responsibility will be
to act as office manager for the
100-man staff. He also will be in
charge of purchasing and person-
nel, Kislak said.
Levin was formerly associated
with Food Fair stores of Florida
and the Cape Coral Land Develop-
ers as controller.
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Address a postcard to "Cor-
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the date of the Bar or Bas Mitx-
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ing details:
Your name, address, and tel-
ephone number.
Name o.: the confirm and.
Date of the Bar or Bas Mitx-
vah.
Place where the ceremony
will be observed.
The corsage will be presented
free of charge through the cour-
tesy, of The Jewish Floridian by
arrangement with the Blackstone
Flower Shops.
Tropical Races on Air
Feature races from Tropical
Park are being aired at 4:50 p.m.
daily except Sunday by WCKR.
The station will alsp broadcast two
other trackside programs, a pre-
view of the day's card at 12:15
p.m., on "Today at the Races," and
a complete rundown of each day's
-"Race Results"7 at"6 p'.lfl. '
Veterans Given
Money Reminders
Three "money" reminders to
Florida veterans planning to train
this fall under the Korean GI Bill
were issued Wednesday by the
Veterans Administration.
First, veteran-students were re-
minded to take along enough
money of their own to tide them
over their first two months of GI
training. It takes that long, under
the law, for a veteran's first
monthly GI allowance check to
reach them, C. W. Boggs, officer
in charge of the VA office at 984
W. Flagler st., explained.
The third VA reminder is for
veteran-students who want to get
part-time jobs after school.
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Volume 33 Number 49
Friday. December 4. 1959
3 Kislev 5720
Ambassador Harman Visits
When Avraham Harman presented his 1
credentials to President Eisenhower as Israel's
new Ambassador to the United States, the
President was frank in his welcome and franker
in his comment: he liked what he saw.
Greater Miami is privileged in being one
of the first communities across the nation to
add its own words of greeting. The Jewish
community here will hail the Israeli diplomat
at a Diplomatic Ball on Saturday evening at
the Fontainebleau hotel.
Besides saying hello to Ambassador Har-
man. guests at the affair will have the satisfac-
tion of knowing that their presence represents
a substantial purchase of Israel Bonds.
Bonds are a vital cornerstone in the foun-
dation of Israel's growing economy. No better
greeting can be given Ambassador Harman
than a capacity attendance at the Diplomatic
BalL K
Histadruf's New Campaign
National Histadrut concluded its annual
convention in New York several days ago, and
adopted a national goal of S5,000,000 for 1960.
This organization is bound up with the
very foundationstcnes of Labor Zionism and
the earliest Aliyahs. Out of Histadrut grew a
huge, unified system of labor, trade, and agri-
cultural cooperatives which contributed to pre-
paring the way for the social and economic
order that is modern Israel.
Many Labor Zionists here are actively
identified with this organization today through
the Greater Miami Israel Histadrut Committee.
The local committee holds its annual
Kupat Holim celebration on Miami Beach Sun-
day. Kupat Holim is Histadrut's medical arm,
and operates a network of 200 clinics and hos-
pitals in Israel. Most recent of these hospital*
is the one just erected in Beershba, which
serves the entire Negev area.
The Miami organization's programs and its
devoted membership will contribute signifi-
cantly to the achievement of the 1960 national
Histadrut goal.
Updating Hillel House Here
For thousands of young men and women
at the University of Miami, Hillel House is the
center of Jewish activity on campus. Founded
here in 1943, Hillel off ere the student a place
of worship, study, Jewish cultural activity, and
educational opportunity.
In 1955, the present Hillel House at 1100
Miller dr. was completed to take the place of
the organization's old site on Ponce de Leon
blvd. However expanded its facilities became,
the new Hillel House still lacked many features
which over the years have grown to be needed
more and more.
A current fund-raising campaign here for
$73,870 seeks to defray a S40.300 balance on
the mortgage and to fill these needs.
The updating of Hillel House here is a
spiritual, cultural and educational investment
in the young Jewish men and women attending
the university today.
More Effective Education
The remarks of Abraham Redelheim. pres-
ident of the Zionist Organization of America,
concerning the American Jewish education
process are a sad indictment if true. And
studies of the American Assn. of Jewish Educa-
tion, as well as warnings by many profes-
sionals in the held, seem to bear Redelheim
ouL
If we are spending increasingly large
amounts of money for Jewish education that is
ineffective, what can we expect in terms of
Judaism horn future generations?
Redelheim's observations are an undeni-
BACK FROM CONVENTIONS
The Nation of the Book
This is Jewish Book Month, an annual ob-
servance sponsored throughout the country by
the National Jewish Welfare Board. Greater
Miami has joined the spirit of the festival with
a host of events to mark the occasionmany
of them, significantly, under the auspices of the
Bureau of Jewish Education.
Purpose of Jewish Book Month is to bring
to our attention the vast wealth of literature
that is the Jewish heritage. This embraces
many fieldsreligious and philosophical writ-
ings, novels and short stories, poetry and
drama, history and martyrology.
It also includes the increasing storehouse
of creativity in the field of literature to which
so many fine American Jewish writers are cur-
rently contributing.
Whatever may be our main interest In
books, the annual national observance re-
minds us that writing has always held an
important and honorable position among Jews
to which reading and study do not take
second place.
Jewish Book Month is a welcome occasion
for a people know ob the Nation of the Book.
during the week
mm I *ee.U
by LEO MINDLIN
mWt, then cOrrrm Wit ed-that
he sid. came here in the
Humphrey was in Miami for a ipeaking
Hubert
V* N. nvmt
at in a cornr-(T7"l|
Country Club Moafi
nd recalled thatTl
passed since his sev^A
cussion wi,h Sovie,V
interim, saw. and vowed to wnZLr'j
1
t BSJBSj
_ engagement m t
the Mt. Sinai Hospital development fund and en route to Pu.n *l
He is an outspoken aspirant for the Democratic 1'artV* -,!?,'l
Presidential standard-bearer in 1960. The MiMewu teri-wTS
his chances are good. He told me they were growinf SbbT *l
by dayespecially in the mid-Western states. awwia|
'I don't believe," he declared, "that any single hopeful
pect the nomination in the first or even second ballot at tw.9
national Democratic convention." Humphrey predicted it vaauSl
three, perhaps four, ballots. This, he considered, meant addta
opportunity in his favor. "It will be the delegates," he said^S
are responsible for choosing a Presidential cand,datenot soar I
ularity polL" p*|
In answer to a question about Adlai Ste\en-on. Sen. HumaJ
told me he would count out no hopefulor possibility. Even rant
Sen. George Smathers he regards as an aspirantalbeit of a lj
son varietyand for this reason he plans not to enter his names*
primary here.
J. : sfa
OF HIS BY now apocryphal debate with Premier Khrushtssr|J
the Kremlin last year, the Minnesota Senator spoke with i *>,]
of urgency. The American people, he indicated, think of warmiaaj
of airplanes, missiles, or bombs. But the Russians have a tot*
different conception. "They mean political and economic pasn
tion like the kind we are experiencing today in the Orient, list]
East and South America." He referred to Deputy Premier AmbjI
Mikoyan's current tour of Mexico as a case in point.
Recalling the Khrushchev vow to bury us. Humphrey flatty tjji
me that the Communist objective has not changed. In this restf]
he belittled the overall significance of the ream Khrusheher*|
sere, and attacked the Eisenhower Administration as do-nouuss|l
that feeds the American people with much topleu-1 travel arrfaaf|
phrases. But he charged that the phrases are empty in terms is|
ternational significance.
We are. he said, "tortoise-like" in our response to Soviet i
fare, lulled by Administration soporifics on all the current Wltfrtaf
from Iran to Berlin to our very back door With re.-pect v>,
ican foreign policy in the Middle East. I asked Sen. Humphrey ijj]
considered Secretary of State Christian Herter an extension of or i
improvement over the lete Mr. Dulles. ~iil
Humphrey replied that the question was of little signif.(a-Vj
cause hardly any change in attitude had since taken plan a k]
hi&hesl echelons of our government. There is :r.cer>uistM
the essential Soviet threat to our status today, he -aid. fiau) afl
eating that Administration spokesmen have yet ; i< .aouialwH
recognize the fullest implications of the recent Khrushchev ym[
proposals."
In the same way, Sen. Humphrey charged, there ei ., I
lent kind of ignorance with respect to America's >takes in theJGosy
East.
r:
able bid for newer areas of Zionist conquest
But this apes not make them lew valid. In
many ways they parallel the feelings expres-
sed by Dr. Judah Shapiro, newly-appointed di-
rector of the cultural foundation established bv
the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare
Frandsco ^^ CIFWF aMamablY m S^
Dr. Shapiro, calling for a substantial re-
awakening to things Jewish, charged that our
Judaism has evolved to a point where it is al-
most totally expressed in terms of philan-
SPy;v. S^h ** evolutiA. h* warned, suq-
gests the dangerous development of a situci-
JLT C IeWi8h men md won* ay
someday suddenly wonder what their Jewish.
ness meanshowever important philanthropic
activity unquestionably continues to be.
i, J!peakfaFJnJ dtfwent context., both Dr
fh* !Z ^ Rede.lheim basically saying
12T9 ^ng At th0 bott0m oi all i/S
need for more effective education if Judaism is
AREER DIPLOMATS in Washington are constantly a,
** filled in" on this area of our international affairs. Cirirf seJ
experience as a university professor of political science. Sa|
Humphrey laughingly observed that "1 would have flunked a^
who ever asked 'to be filled in' on any subject f sack wt
scope." _r_i.ifl
These requests, he declared, betray the lack of luvwl
which they stem, and lack of knowledge is inexcusable l|**>1jtJ
playing so delicate a game as the one in the Middle Ka-t. TneQsa
sota legislator cited the Eisenhower pronouncements in the "j j
the 1956 Sinai campaign as an example of ruddertal M
diplomacy. The President, he charged, piously demanded "ESSM
adherance to prior United Nations commitment- in the area.
The President. Sen. Humphrey emphasized. \ed that Sgj
Canal would henceforth be free to the shipping of all Mhosv
recent United Arab Republic statements at the IN iioncsel
failure of American diplomacy in these and other context*. *j |
neither Presidential aim was achieved. I
The US. Air Base at Dhahran. Sen. Humphrey called "i ***
ous shame." To say observation that State Department
siders the bsse a necessary' extension of our security nng
Humphrey replied: "Nothing is necessary to a democratic pl
compromises the freedom of some of its citizen- "
! "
IERE IS NO question that Sen. Humphrey is one of.9* 1^
liberal statesmen of our time. But there is much WJ^y
his candidacy can be taken seriously. In addition to aap*t>
Middle East and general Soviet penetration, the Senator sp*
ly on a number of questions significant to a Presidential (
the mounting agricultural dilemma. Puerto Rico, and what
told the Mt. Sinai Hospital development fund guests was tt "
istration "nay" to more medical research, schools, libraries aw <
all needs of the 200 million Americans who will be ow
cities in 1975." toikoai
For all these questions. Sen. Humphrey seems to nave.-^
and vigorous answers. To outspoken critics of the r***r^gl|
istration. they are perhaps the right answers, and "^T^fM
that Sen. Humphrey's chances at the next national Democriw
convention are as good as he presently believes them to oe J
But somehow, it aU fails to add up. As one veteran P* ||
recently put it to me: Humphrey, like so many liberal j^"*"!
not know when to compromise. Setting his aim on ^*^J
will accept the achievement of no less. However aos""
ambition may appear, it is also unrealistic no less than as
to progress of any kind.
Whatever the extent of his blundersand they *
cold hard fact is that Adlai Stevenson could not stem the w
Nixon tide in 1952 or 56; for the nature of political e*T-TpJ
against him. But in I860 this will no longer work again*
cratic candidate m the same way. ^
If Stevenson's uncompromising liberalism was a m'^1, fl
his defeat almost lour years ago. it would be a major ""T^jji]
incalculable quality of political evolution has given W" ,jm
kind of socio-ecooomic stumbling block, with which a pw
date like Sen. Humphrey will have to deal. ^ftpl
Queried by one newsman Monday night, the SM.1*fM
the majority of his party is stamped by his own "^"'^oWl
ing. It is this misconception of current American ><^J^irt*
many nominal Democrats vote Republican to protect ""TjM
did not have in the -30'a. that betrays too much of ,n**^i^B
Stevenson in the genes of Sen. Humphrey. The objen *-
clear and apparent. jzM


Joy, December 4, 15$-
*klst FlrfHtt
illy Jews Support Democratic Party
Page 5-A
rW,^C^hK~ ^hUadelphia^ estimated at ap- party as they move upward in th"
Ornately 300,000, are second economic scale and out into he
to tbeOlegro community -as-! betters!as* suburbs the survev
firmest pillars of supporting | remarked on "the extraordinary
Democratic rule of the stability of the Jewish vote even as
those who cast it climb higher on
1 accord'ng to a report on re
. and organization politics in
Madclphia published this week
[tin- Fund for the Republic. The
Idy. entitled, "The Art of Gov-
limnt," was written by James
Ichley, Philadelphia newspaper-
. and author.
he writer quoted a Republ>can
Jer as expressing bewilderment
"so many Jewish people
aid be Democrats. They are
l-educated, well-off people who
uld be on our side, but for some
Jon I cannot figure, they are
percent Democrats."
In partial explanation of this,
study noted that "not all
ys are exceptionally prosper-
Other reasons given wore
t "there is a general convic-
among Jew* that national
mocratie administrations are
ore disposed to look with sym-
ithy on the needs and aspira-
ns of Israel than the Repobli-
. and that "many Jewish
pie clearly do not regard the
nocratic party as th* party of
poor man so much as the par-
all minority groups."
ontrary to the trend in New
"[ and other metropolitan cen-
where there has been a no-
able movement of Jews from
still finds himself regarded as a
Jw, after all. Ho is not permit-
ted to 'denationalize' however
'much he may be eager to do so.""
Therefore, it explained, he allied
himself with the "party of the
little man."
To these factors are added, the
the social and economic ladders.
"Jews display little tendency to
become Republicans as they move study noted, "the strong emotional
north from Kensington to Olney or j ties that were forged between
west from Strawberry Mansion to Jews and the party of Franklin
Overbrook," the study comment-
ed. "To the contrary, Mayfair re-
mains a democratic island among
acres of suburban Ir'sh and Ital-
ians and Germans who have drift-
ed into the party of the well-to-do
and successful, and the Jewish por
tion of Overbrook goes as lop-
sidely Democratic as any area in
the eity."
In explanation of this, the sur-
vey declared that the Jews dis-
covered by experience in the early
30's that "the Jews, as a commer-
cial class, could never hope for
more than second best out of an
alliance with the commercial and
financial class of old family busi-
nessmen or with the political party
that they dominated."
Further, the survey asserted,
"the Jew has found that when
he reaches the suburbs, ho is ttill
likely to encounter many more
prohibitions than do his Irish,
German, Italian and Polish
neighbors who have by now ac-
quired the right kind of educa-
tion and right kind of money. Ho
Tvicemen Feted Again
parties for Air Force service-
are being continued in the
under the auspices of the
Irish Welfare Board and the
Bter Miami Jewish Federation.
\r>. Louis Glasser, chairman of
Armed Services committee
call
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Hosts for the gala event will be
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fruchtman,
long active in Federation and the
Combined Jewish Appeal here.
Under arrangements set up with
the hotel management, servicemen
will be provided with free cabanas
for a Sunday afternoon swim par-
ty, and hostesses will be assigned
to look after the children.
Maj. David Rinzler and Tech.
Sgt. Sanford J. Cohen are in
charge of coordinating the Jewish
Activities Group at the Homestead
Air Force Base.
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Roosevelt, who seemed during the
30's and 40's to be their special
guardian against the monstrous re-
surgence of anti-Semitism to the
Western World, and the fact that
Jewish businessmen have not ap-
peared to be troubled by any of
the emotional or philosophical dis-
tastes that has impeded their Gen- j
tile commercial opposites 'n ad-
justing to the society of big gov
ernment." These, it added "would
seem to explain the present firm
adherence of most members of the
Jewish community to the Demo-
cratic party."
The study further noted that,
within the party, "the Jews have
displayed extreme independence
as voters, and may be counted as
a group within the party's reform
wing."

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Jacob Spielman, secretary. Standing are Martin Taub, vice
president, Irving Purvin, financial secretary, and Israel E.
Bergenblit. Chug Ivri discusses Bible, Talmud and Medieval
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Israel Outlines Policy on Refugees
Continued from Pag* 1 A
Utions between Israel and its Arab compensation, even before tV
neighbors, the attitude toward is- achievement of a final peace set
toHcel perspeeetve" ef ttar *Tsair>e| of the refugees themsc-tvts. "tlemcnt. "or the solution of OTItt
^curity consideratioM. and the ba- outstanding problems:' he declar-
sic social and economic problems, ed.
Mr Comay pointed out. however.
This is for us not merely aJha. jn {ixing the lev.el of compen-
question of jurisprudence, but an satJon .. ,srac, ..jt wouW ^
intensely Practical one Is it son- necessaor t0 takc into acroun,
free choice between repatr, contended that 40 percent of Jcwlfh property in area8 such as
t.on and compH,t,on. the citirens of Jordan, who have (ho Je^jsh quartcr jn the Old i
"In considering whether to oer-; acccp,ed Pl<** egiance to a ri of Jmi,a,Pm and the jCw-i
mi. an^reiugeel return Mr \***L rt",e Si* ,aws ha"d T i*h villages in the Jerusalem and
Comay Stated^-the government of Israel SSfJTZ fSSh "t^Is n 5
Israel must obviously have regard ,, .K;- ^- ~s>. claims of Israels citizens in re-
spect of property left behind in l
Isratl conflict which resulted in
the refugee problem, Mr. Comay
told the committee that Israel
has given sorious consideration
to the insistence by the Arab
states that the refugees j given
at their own private
Miami Panel's
on Friday
ga"d Jcr |sraei
to the situation as a whole, includ .: r.
ing such factors as the state of re P1Mm various Arab countries."
Stressing that the refugees have The Israel delegate added the
been employed by the Arab states warning, however, that "ihe imple-
for military purposes against Is mentation of this compensation
rael. and recalling that Palestinian offer is bound to be affected by
feuayeen had been trained 'lor economic warfare carried out
murder and sabotage" by the against Israel by the countries
Egyptian army, and operated un- whose residents would be the
der Egyptian army command. Mr. claimants of compensation."
, Comay asked: "Is this alleged: ___ -
right of free choice vested in refu- T****** ** Israel s
- who have been trained to "" !* Comay stressed.
ho may "'* satisfaction to bo
Miami's blights will get full
treatment Friday at a luncheon-
seminar when "What's Wrong With
Miami'''' will be discussed by a
panel of long-time observers
Participants are Ralph Renick. fjCht aaainst Israel, or
Bill Bayer. Howard Brown. Don be formed into an army to be used w.*,,.*d in b^hortHify, Md, **
Butler of WGBS. Mrs. Lillian C. jn a second round' against Is-
Claughton. Mrs. T. T. Stevens. Rob- rael?"
ert Fitch Smith, and Lewis F.
Harder, of the Miami Board of
Realtors.
Moderator will be E. Albert Pal-
lot, chairman of the recently char
tered City of Miami beautification
committee, sponsoring the event.
The public is invited. Pallot said.
Reservations for the luncheon can
be made with Mrs. Frances Blake.
Miami Dade County Chamber of
Commerce.
The program marks the commit-!
tee's first open meeting and takes
place in the Sky room of the Du-
pont Plaia hotel at 12:15 p.m.
vOGlJST BROS h>V
It f-< ht si
Turning to the question of Is-
rael's contribution to a solution
of the refugee problem, Mr. Ca-
may said: "Whatever Israel can
constructively contribute, it will
contribute but the basic solu-
tion lies in the Arab lands and
not in Israel." Ho referred to
the offer made in August, 19S5
by the tote United States Secre-
tary of Slate John Foster Dulles
to help obtain international funds
to aid Israel to pay compensa-
tion to refugees entitled to such
compensation.
"If a solution of the refugee
problem by integration in Arab
off from our immediate environ-
ment. But the peace will not
bo the peace of the grove. Wo
ar* sometimes told that Israel
night bring peace nearer if we
weakened oor country by ampu-
tating its territory, or by open-
ing our borders to persons who
opposed our statehood at its in-
ception, and feel no possible
allegiance towards it today. It
is inconceivable that any gov-
ernment of Israel would be elec-
ted to office on such a man-
date. What is more, it is incon-
ceivable to ua that any other
country would behave any dif-
ferently, if its situation
similar to
Formerly of Cincinnati. O.. Mr. and Mrs. Abram I
for their support of the Histadrut Kupat Holim n_,
reel's Neger. Citation was made by Israel Stolarskrl
secretary of Histadrut, at recent Greater Miami
function at the Seville hotel.
ADL Program
To be Televised
Ben-Gurion Branch I
Concluding bis address, Comay
lands were actually carried out. told the committee: "We repeat
and if the international assistance that Israel is prepared immediate-
Ben-Gurion Brand
will meet Wednesday
Beth El CongregiUoa.
"A Salute to the American The- Sachs will preside.
atre," a special hour-long star-' highlight Jewish Be
studded program devoted to the cording to Manuel
theme of freedom and anti-discrim- Bernard Furman. Ba
ination in the theater, featuring ex- will review Narrow
cerpts from 12 outstanding dra- by Y. Bernstein, ma
matic and musical plays with j ed study of life in a
Franchot Tone as the narrator,
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I outstanding differences. If the
time is not yet ripe for that, we
are prepared to
measures as would relax tension
and reduce the danger of another
conflict, including a non-aggres-
Newa in cooperation with the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai B'rith.
the special hour-long broadcast is
negotiate such being presented in connection with
the League's llth annual Ameri-
ca's Democratic Legacy Award,
which this year is being given to
sk>n pact, and an agreed regional the American theater.
f!fwe for..d.tomme'n- under| Special guests on the program
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+Jewish thx-kllan
:h Jewish Attitude Survey Here
Page 7-A
for a survey of and to certain public issues of cur-
s here was an- rent interest both in Greater Mi-'
sday by Col. Na- ami and in the country.
president of the The survey will al<6 geek data
ni ..chapterof' -ttw M-ihe practices which~Mwa tu-
Ish Committee. ally observe in these various fields.
Jith a cross-section
Ide county Jews affil-
Irious temples, syna-
Ergaoizations, the sur-
J to uncover prevalent
long local Jews con-
Iviews about Judaism,
ships with Christians,
"This survey," said Charles H.
Finkelstein, chairman of the
survey commiltee, "parallels a
nvmber of similar studies con-
ducted in other cities of the Uni-
ted States by the American Jew-
ish Committee. The results will
ludea
I Director
ley and Mrs. Alfred
Irmen of the Greater
til for Zionist Youth,
|eclnesday the appoint-
ch Richman as direc-
[Judea in the Greater
a native of Haifa,
[parents were among
pettlo as Chalutzim in
he United States. He
er of Tsofim, (Israeli
[Hagganah, and Israel
p.
vho has a law degree
pv University, arrived
States in 1953, and
his efforts to youth
^country. As director
pea here, he will train
form new Young Ju-
| ( r s throughout the
ni area.
etween the ages of 10
eligible and may con-
at 1800 Filmore St.,
BARUCH RICHMAN
Citizens Elect Officers
was elected president
Citizens Friendship
|e Southwest YMHA
Greater Miami Jew
ly Center.
bd were Gertrude Ka-
[president; Mrs. Mar-
secretary; Mrs. Es-
treasurer; Mrs. Wil-
refreshments chair-
Schweitzer, member-
fan; and Mrs. Mae
st chairman.'
pm. for men and worn-
of age and older, is
held at the Southwest YMHA, 7215
Coral Way, on Wednesday after-
noons at 2 p.m.
In addition to elections, the group
participated in community singing,
led by Marcel Propper, one of the
members of the club. The group
also viewed and discussed two
films.
This program is one ot the coun-
ty-wide senior citizens programs
of the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center, a beneficiary agen-
cy of the United Fund and the
Combined Jewish Appeal.
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add to the general picture of
Jewish attitudes and activities in
the whole country, as well as
providing a basis for program
planning by many Jewish organi-
zations and institutions in !i.'t
area."
Finkelstein emphasized the fact
that the data accumulated in the
survey will be available to any
group. "In other cities where such'
surveys were conducted," he said,
"temples, synagogues, federations!
men's and women's organizations,
and Jewish centers all used the
data as a basis for their own pro-
grams and projects."
The last four days have been de-
voted to the training of 65 inter-
viewers and 12 captains. Manheim
S. Shapiro, director of AJC's Jew-
ish communal affairs department,
and a Fellow of the American So-
ciological Society, has been con-
ducting the training sessions. Mrs.
Jean C. Lehman is chairman of
the committee on interviewer se-
lection and training.
A full year of preparation for the
survey has been completed. This
included formulation of a special
questionnaire by AJC sociologists
after consultation with a commit-
tee of local residents headed by
Mrs. Leo Ackerman. Local rabbis
and executives of local organiza-
tions were also invited to submit
suggestions.
The sample design was based
upon data obtained by Herbert
Markow, local attorney, from
many organizations. A coding
committee, to tabulate results,
will be headed by Mrs. Charles
Leeds.
Local residents selected for in-
terview have already been noti-
fied, and will be visited by inter-
viewers within the next two weeks.
Captains of the interview teams:
Miss Minnie Feinberg, Mrs. B.
B. Goldstein, Mrs. Emanuel Gold-
strich, Mrs. Samuel G. Kling, Mrs.
Eileen Meyers, Mrs. Charles H.
Finkelstein, Mrs. Melvyn B.
Frumkes, Mrs. Isaac Levin, Mrs.
Sidney Lewis, Mrs. Philip Schiff,
Mrs. Bernard Stevens, Mrs. Martin
Fine.
Aramco Ban
Battle Cooling
Continued from Page 1-A
York from asking job applicants
about their religion.
The exemptions were granted
"on the basis of representations by
the State Department that a bona-
fide occupational qualification for
ARAMCO's operations in Saudi
Arabia was in the best interests of
this country."
The exemptions were appealed
by the American Jewish Congress.
Last July, Justice Epstein declar-
ed that no foreign nation could dic-
tate non-enforcement of a New
York state law and ordered SCAD
to require ARAMCO to comply
with the iaw. Mr. Carter said on
July 17, immediately after the rul-
ing, that it would be appealed. In
his statement he did not amplify
or explain what he said was a
change in attitude of the State De-
partment.
YOUR
MONEYS
WORTH
WASHINGTON
FEDERAL
Miami Beach
"I'm sold," smiles Judge Mai Englander to Mrs. Charles Le-
vine as Mrs. Leo Colodny gives the Judge a thankful pat on
the back. Judge Englander supported the PTA at the North
Shore Jewish Center in its annual fund-raising "Thanksgiving
Ball" Sunday night at the Monte Carlo hotel. Mrs. Colodny
and Mrs. Levine were co-chairmen of the dance.
Israel Gets First Submarine
Continued from Page 1-A
made, and the key officers are
still mainly Soviet or Polish na-
tionals, the experts said. They
estimated that 15 of the commis-
sioned and non-commissioned of-
ficers on each UAR submarine
are foreign nationals. They also
stressed that the UAR navy has
been increased in recent months
at a rate out of proportion to
other branches of the fighting
forces. Most of the ships are of
ocean-going capability, and not
adapted for local campaigns.
The experts suggested that the
class. of naval vessels seemed to
point toward a Soviet plan to use
the UAR as part of a wider. Soviet
strategic plan for the Middle
East, as well as in support of
UAR President Nasser's ambi-
tions to control an* empire from
the Atlantic to the Red Sea.
The two Israel submarines
the second, the Rahav, being
scheduled for delivery next year
will substantially redress the
balance of power, according to
the experts, who contend that
even two submarines can have
a considerable preventive influ-
ence, by exposing Arab shipping
to speedy retaliatory action in
case of UAR aggression.
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Pago 8-A
^Jmki>HorkMaii
Progressives May Join
Coalition as Knesset
Senior teen-cgers of Temple Ner Tamid elect
officers. Seated (left to right) are Sol Schwartz.
Shelly Acker. Rhoda Grant, Jerry Steinberger.
president. Roberta Silverstein. Standing
Mrs. Joseph Schwartz, sponsor. Joel Lack,
Miriam Greenbaum.-and Mickey To1st.
Renault in Double Bow to Boycott
NEW YORK(JTA>-The Renault
automotive firm has submitted
four documents to the Arab League
Boycott Office to prove that it has
discontinued its business connec-
tions with Israel, the Cairo news-'
paper Al Ahram reported in ts
issues of Nov. 9, copies of which
were received in New York.
The Egyptian daily said the;
French firm acted to show its
compliance with the League's reg-
ulations and had requested that its
name be removed from the black
Hat
Th firm was told to provide
the boycott off'co with a copy of
the notice of cancellation of its
contract with Israel and also
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with the confirmation of this ac-
tion by the French gonainetlt
which, the newspaper said, was
tho principal shareholder in Re-
| gi. Renault.
Renault informed the boycott
office, Al Ahram added, that a doc-
ument had been prepared which
had been delvered to the Lebanese
Embassy in Paris to be forwarded
to the Arab League.
Meanwhile, in Paris, preparation
of claims for damages by the Kai-
ser-Fraier C ompiny in Haifa
against the Renault auto company
of France which withdrew from
operations in Israelhave virtual-
ly been completed and the claims,
exceeding $2,000,000 w'll be filed
some time next week, the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency was informed
by Israel Zaiiouk. legal adviser
and board member of the Haifa
auto assembly company.
Continued from Pago 1 A
ment since the establishment of
the state, convened Monday after-
noon and elected Kaddish Luz.
leader of Premier Ben Gurion's
Mapai Party, as Speaker of the
House. Mr. Luz was Minister of
Agriculture in the outgoing Cabi-
net.
Prior to Mr. Luz's election ss
Speaker, his resignation from the
government was announced by
Premier Ben-Gurion. With the
Communist deputies abstaining.
Mr. Luz was elected by 112 votes.
The Communists explained their
abstention as an expression of pro-
test for not including one of their
members among the Deputy
Speakers.
The President's Haft was borne
into the Knessetwhich still con-
venes in the improvised foyer of
premises intended for a bankas
the distinguished guests took their
seats. They included all ex-mem-
bers of the previons bouses. Chief
Rabbi Yitzhak Nissim, members
of the Supreme Court, and former
French Premier Pierre Maudes
France, currently visiting Israel.
After reviewing the Knesset's
guard of honor. President Ben-Zvi
entered the chamber and in a brief
address, welcomed the new and
veteran legislators, and wished
them a productive season. Former
Speaker Nahom Nir was then in-
vited to preside as the oldest mem-
ber of the bouse. He called upon
each member alphabetically to
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There were fewer aoaJ
Knesset than in th> %J
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en having won seats. I
enska. the Communist I
served in every Israi]
ment. failed of election t|_
The youngest member s9
is Moshe Benjamin NisiiaY
of the Sephardic Chief las]
was elected on the GaeaT
ist ticket.
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+JewlstiFk)ridRan
Page 9-A
Wave of Persecution for Jews of Lebanon
yj 1V(JTA)Newspapers
saed fear Tuesday that
fave of persecutions was
unchcd against the Jews
in Lebanon following publication
of reports in the Beirut newspa-
per, Al Khiyatt, in the morning
that seven Jews had been arrested
in Beirut Monday on charges of
illegal contact with Israel.
According to the B.I rut news-
paper, a Jewish cotton merchant,
Felix Bali, was detained after
letters from Israel war* found
in his possession. He confessed,
the paper said, to have been in
contact with six other Beirut
Jews. The contact was maintain-
ed through European countries.
While the correspondence found
dealt only with general matters,
the paper said, Lebanese security
officers were trying to discover
their "true meaning." It said fur-
ther arrests were expected. Dis-
covery of an Israel spy ring in
Lebanon was reported recently.
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When El Al Israel Airlines was first estab-
lished in 1949, right after Independence, we never
dreamed that it would become a first-line inter-
national carrier within 10 years. I Actually, the
airline was originally set up because air trans-
portation was desperately needed to bring the
immigrants to Israel from the camps and places
of refuge, and there was simply no oue else to
do the job.)
Today, El Al is a factor in air transport not
only to Israel, but betiveen New York and London,
Paris, Rome as well. It may surprise you to learn
that a large number of our passengers this past
season were people who chose El Al to get to
Europe.
Our jet-powered Britannia service has won the
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during 1959-one of the highest, if not the high-
est, of any international airline. And El Al is
rated among the highest in another important
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You have to have something special to survive
among the giants, let alone grow. El Al has
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Page 10-A
Jenlst> ncrkMar

UN Fumbling With Refugee Probe
UNITED NATIONS(JTA)A United Nations committee contin-
ued this week to grope its way through a tog of Arab propaganda blasts
against Israel in a hunt for a breakthrough on solution of the plight of
the Arab refugees.
The UN'lipeciaV political Mm""* -"'----------------
during the IMS war, the experi-
ment would spread a knowledge
of actual condition* through the
refuge* camps, ho said. If the
trial plan worked, a second group
of perhaps 1,000 refugees could
be given a choice between re-
patriation to Israel or compen-
sation.
A novel approach to Jewish the-
ology from Jordan's Foreign Min-
mittce, where the debate on the
future of the United Nations Re-
lief and Works Agency has been
proceeding for three weeks, has
listened to but ignored Arab de-
mands for total repatriation of all
refugees. Background of the prob
lem is the fact lhat the mandate!
of UNRYV'A to care for the refu
gees expires next June and that
the l'nited States, biggest contrib-
utor to UNWRA funds, was de-
mand.ne some ,-olution other than ister typified the consistent use of
continued deadlock.
Indonesia and Pakistan have
sponsored a joint resolution sim-
ply to extend the UN mandate
for another five years. The Uni-
ted States delegation fools this
is not enough. There were re-
ports that the United States,
working with smaller countries,
considered "impartial" in the
Middle East tangla, was draft-
ing a plan combining compensa-
tion, repatriation and resettle-
ment in Arab countries for the
refugees.
wfco apparently and according to I
thiir thinking, loves to see them
massacre innocent men, women
mi children in order that they
may build over the dead bodies a
political state." He referred to the
current Jewish concept of God as
a "Zionist God."
Michael Comay. deputy chair-
man of the Israel delegation, rose
to a point of order to assert that
"we will not tolerate attacks
against the Jewish religion." Nas-
er replied he had not attacked re-
ligion "but those Jews who have
strayed away from it."
On behalf of Canada. Arthur B.
Smith, delegate from the Domin-
ion, told the Committee he hoped
1
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^KT^.!,:T"?.a.f"d.!:.^ ha' suggestions for the reactiva-
tion of the Palestine Conciliation
Commission and the possibility of
creating a special UN Committee
Arab assaults on Israel throughout
, the debate.
Repeating the usual Arab argu-
ments against Israel. Foreign Min- to deal with the Arab refugee prob-
i-tt-r Nusa Naser said that the lem would receive serious consul
Jewish people "instead of accept- eration. He said that such sugges-
ing the supreme responsibility of tions could encourage exploration
the chosen people of God. have be- of other constructive approaches to .
come the spoiled people of a god the refugee problem.
To mark Jewish Book Month which beqar last Fridmr ^
tinnu thrniisri. n-^. on r___ t_____,. uuYundct.|
is presents tl
_s by Sholem
Standing before a Sholem Aleichem exhibit with' lib^
tinues through Dec. 20, Emma Lazarus' presentable**
Beach Public Library with a set of books by Sholem AUwZ
Oscar C. Everhart are officers of the club (left to riahtikk.
Philip Ray, financial secretary; Mrs. Martha Lenchus reoS
ing secretary; Mrs. Sam Zuckerman, president; and MaO
Surdutoff. corresponding secretary.
ZOA Warns of Rising Assimilation in U.S.
Continued from Pag* 1-A
consists of Sunday classes where
children receive ne more than
owe hour or one and a half hours
instruction a week. He termed
this type of education as "prac-
tically useless."
Dr. Emanuel Neumann, presi-
mendations," said Dr. Neumann,
"will be a far-reaching proposal
to invite representatives of Amer-
ican Jews, both Zionists and non-|
Zionists active in mobilizing sup
port for Israel, to share in the re-
sponsibility of planning the pro-1
grams and framing the budgets of
the Jewish Agency. If American
A hint of the next tep \va< con-
tained in a proposal by Dr. Conor
C. O'Brien of the Irish delegation,
Who suggested that an "experi-
mental group" of 100 refugees be
permitted to return to the sites of
their former homes in Israel. He
sus;ec-ted this could be a first step
toward breaking "a political dea I
lock in which nearly 1.000.000 hu- dent of the World Confederation J*w4tl leaders are now desirous
man lives are now trapped." of General Zionists and member of having a voice in the disposition
He asserted that while it would of the Jewish Agency executive. |0I 'he funds raised in the l'nited
be "foolish" to assume that the led a discussion on the problems States, then we. Zionists, should
problem could be solved by "magic ,0 he dealt with at the forthcoming welcome this inclination."
formulas," he wanted to offer an sessions of the World Zionist Ac-I Max Bressler. of Chicago, asso-
example of a possible stage-by- tions Committee opening in De- ciate chairman of the National Ex-
tags approach. After a year in Is- cember in Jerusalem. Speaking cfiecu,ive Council, who presided,
rael. the first 100 refugees would the proposed revision of the con-jiined m the warning that Ameri-
be encouraged to revisit the stitution of the World Zionist Or-1 can Jews are *'" &e*t danger of
INKWA maintenance camps to ganization. Dr. Neumann urged ultimate extinction by assimila-
give a report on their new lives. support for certain recommended 1'"" To counteract this danger he
changes which do not infringe on
basic Zionist principles.
"Included among such
the cultural field. Jacques Tor
czyner of the World Zionist Af-
fairs Committee of the ZOA, join-
ing in the warning against the
dangers of assimilation, urged
the development by Zionists of
dey schools and the ttmisft,]
ing of teachers' institution
Other principal speakers it |
j session were Rabbi Irving IwX
chairman of the Americtn Laajl
! Council. Abraham A. Goodmu,fl
, New York, chairman o( ftt U
ministrative Committee of tki
| ZOA, who presented a deUiWi
I port on its activities.
Since conditions have changed
in Israel since the Arabs fled
recom-
danger
said that the Zionist movement
must assume as one of its special
functions "the development of
Jewish educational systems for
our young that will serve as an ef-'
ficient instrument for the trans-
mission of our Jewish heritage to
ANTI-BIAS ADl fllM SHUVtD IN MISSISSIPPI
bvar,h^,ftbnned,here recently movie was """drawn temporary
bi the State Department ot Edu until the entire three man ia
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*JewlsMcrldlian
rge Pius Snubbed Jewry's Plight
te-(JTA)-The question whether the late Pope Pius XII did The .rticl. ,.. |.
Mid to n the deportaUgn of ItaUan Jews^y %e m^mutl b. rrreVcU^ r^ov.
ne to annihilation camps has now been raised htre SblidJ-T^'t ft U &?'J3m 'to^lwi
ler the event-as a result of two books in which the Nazi bru-
igainst Jews in Rome are discussed,
ooks have been published
ce recently and are now
[ted in Italy. One is "The
Against Europe." by Ed-
|ari=. know as a liberal Pro-
who has carried on a
opposition to Catholicism
i education. The other is
fatican in World War II, by
!>uclos, a French writer,
luthors discuss especially
"our conviction that tho Vatican
nd Pius XII could have don*
much more for the salvation of
tho Jtws and would certainly
havo obtained more if they had
maintained tho firm attitude
which appears in tho letter of
Msgr. Hudal to Gon. Stahel."
and express once moro our
warmest gratitude for what tho
Pope and members of the differ-
ent religious orders at all levels
did for tho Jews. But for tho
sake of truth, we cannot refrain
from saying that wo are con-
vinced that, even if much was
done, not all that could and in
our opinion should have boon
done, was in fact done."
Taking a directly opposite view,
Lauding Msgr. Hudal for his Osservatore Romano, organ of the
iss deportation of Oct. 16, generous intervention which sue- Vatican, in a review of Mr Paris'
*hen 2,000 Jews in Rome ceeded in bringing to a stop the book declared that "on the issue of
Iken out from their homes arrests for a short time," the peri- the Catholic Church and Jews the
It to Nazi death camps. They odical added that the Bishop's in-book ignores or chooses to ignore
^official documents, which tervention demonstrated that "a the American documentation which
nsidered here as being of firm attitude succeeded even in' contradicts the author in Saving
historical importance.
of these documents is a
I written, on Oct. 16, by tho
Pan Bishop Luigi Hudal to
Stahel, German Military
[tender of Rome. Tho let-
lated: "In tho interest of
coful relations between
atican and tho Gorman Mil-
I Command, I ask you to is-
prders to atop immediately
rest of Jews both in Rome
In tho surrounding*. Tho
reputation of Germany
requires it. Moreoyer, it
be feared that the Pop*
take an official stand
these arrests."
he following day, according
ftexts published in the books,
tahel informed Msgr. Hudal
have informed the Gestapo
Smmler himself of your let-
ie ordered that, in view of
ecial character of Rome, the
(of Jews) be suspended."
ten days later, however, the
[Ambassador to the Vatican,
reiszaecker, wrote to his su-
\s in Berlinaccording to the
bed documents that "the
although pressed by all
[did not allow himself to be
fed into any demonstration of
oval of the deportation. He
no his utmost in this delicate
Pin order not to compromise
nations with the German gov-
fent.
periodical Israel, official
h publication of the Union of
few Jewish Communities, com-
ng on the documents, said
is far as the Jew of Rome
concerned, "add remaining
Py within the limits of the
episode which struck the
of Rome, we must confess
[the documentation in the
ps book, confirms what we
Jy knew."
periodical added that Mm
tntation also confirmed
----------------- .------ ------------"^> '"i oumui ill .-.UJIIIg
stopping Himmler," the head of that the Vatican did not intervene
'the Gestapo. "If this firm atti-
tude had been maintained, much
more could have been obtained
sufficiently in defense of the Jews.
The Vatican daily organ added
iMw,,- tumu nave ueen OOEainea -...*... uU*.j '6" ucu
and precious lives could have been ,nat Mr- Paris als0 nafl ignored
saved," the periodical stressed. I,ne Proceedings at the Nuremberg
_ ...., ... !War Crimes Trials "where the ac-
, Declaring that the Pope did notion of the Pope in defense of
make use as he could have done,lJews was quoted as an accusation
I .fi1"!"^ the publication against the defendants. We are
'asserted that the late Pontiff had not .urprised that the ignorant and
Placed political consideration sectarian author deliberately did
.above the immediate defense of;not ask himself why the Jews
I Jews ferociously deported to the themselves have repeatedly ex-
extermination camps and he be-1 .. ... I ..
lieved that this oosition was com- Pressed the,r gratitude for the atti-
lieved that this position was com-
patible with his duties and with
his universal mission."
tude of the Holy See against
racism.'
Attorney Named To UF Division
Alex Gordon, county commis-
! sioner and chairman of the Motel
| Division of the 1960 United Fund
| campaign, announced this week
that Herbert S. Shapiro, Beach at-
torney, would aid him as co-chair-
man of the division.
Gordon said that Wolfie Cohen
would also aid the division in its
work.
Shapiro is director and former
president of the Miami Beach Bar
Assn., former assistant county
solicitor for Dade county and gen-
eral counsel for the Greater Miami
Beach Motel Assn.
He is a member of the Miami
Beach Housing Commission and
prosecuting attorney for North
Bay Village.
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and the Columbia University Law
School, he is a member of the law
firm of Shapiro and Fried.
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+Je*lsitnor*m*r>
Rabbi Korflinsky
Named to New
I. Etz Chaim
Friday
Cong.
Proposed Temple and school building of Monticello Park Congregation.
Monticello Seeks
Building Funds
Announced Wednesday was the
formates. aJ.CongWsjnHssi i z
Chaim at 408 16th st., Miami Beach.
Rabbi Chaim Karlinsky has been
appointed as spiritual leader of the
Orthodox synagogue.
Rabbi Karlinsky, who will also
serve as rabbi of the United Kash-
r u s Assn. o f Greater Miarr-i.
comes to Miami Beach from Brook-
lyn. N. Y. For 17 years, he was
spiritual leader of the Jewish Cen-
ter Nachlat Zion there.
He has been a member for 30
years of the Union of Orthodox
Rabbis of America, and currently
serves on its executive board. He
Congregation of Monticello Park, I is a graduate of the Slobodka Ye-
i currently in the midst of an inten-! shiva and Universal Yeshiva of
! sive building fund campaign, has Jerusalem. He received smicha
| set Dec. 29 as the final date to from the late Chief Rabbi Abra-
1 raise $125,000 in cash. bam Kook, of Israel.
An emergency meeting of the j
i congregation will be held at the j
| congregation. 1099 NE 163rd St., |
"W K. 11
No. Miami Beach, on Sunday eve-
| ning.
Architectural plans have been
; completed and bids have been let,
; with an announcement by the
building committee that the syna-
i gogue and school structures will
| not exceed $325,000.
Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz. spiritual
Rabbi Karlinsky, who lived for
many years in Israel, was editor
in 1932 of the weekly Ha'Yesod of
Tel Aviv. From 1*53 te 1958, ha
was associate director of the
Department idweanen of the
City of Haifa. He currently con-
tributes a weekly column to
Hataofeh, religious doily news-
peper published in Tel Aviv.
Rabbi Karlinsky is married, has
Joint Jewisk]
Book Monti I
Rabbi H. R M
guest speaker at j]
Month meeting tf sj
Teachers Assn. SonssT
the Crown hotel.
Mrs. Joshua Z.
dent, said the mrrtaH
in conjunction \n2i|J
brew speaking chapttnj
tadrut Ivnt.
leader, said Wednesday "that this | two children and four grandchil-
| is the most crucial period in
history of the congregation."
the
dren. He is a descendant of the
Bes Harav of Volozgin. His wife.'
Chava, is the granddaughter of j
Rabbi Strashun of Vilna.
Congregation Etz Chaim will! President, will pmfct
hold daily services. Saturday ser d
vices this weekend will include
sermons in the morning and be-
tween Mincha and Maanv.
Chevra Mishnayos will be or
Charles Fruchtman has been designated "Man of the Year"
by Yeshiva University and will be guest of honor at Yeshiva's
annual dinner commemorating its 73rd academic year at the
Fontainebleau hotel Dec. 27. Discussing plans for the dinner
with Fruchtman (seated left) are dinner co-chairmen Leo Rob-
inson (also seated), R. Williams Apte (standing left), and J. A.
Cantor.
Lecture Series
At Beth Jacob
Beth Jacob Congregation an-
nounces the first in a series of
eight lectures to be offered by ganired at a meeting at the con
Rabbi Tibor Stern on the second! gregation Sunday evening, and
and fourth Wednesday evenings will convene every day thereafter.
of each month, beginning with) _____________
Wednesday, Dec. 9, 8 p.m., at the I ., ,
synagogue. SU Washington ave. |IWl 0*9 M Television
First lecture will be "The.Coo-1 .-ru, My God~ by Herman
pPkkCl e Jew!sh1r'mly. *< Wouk. will be discussed by Rabbi
Rabbi Stem will discuss natural Benno Wallach, of Temple Sinai.
Joshua Z Stadia,)
enkranz. Benjamin
and Mrs. Nathan Wa|
charge of arranges**,!
Sen. Douglas Will
Speak at Yeshiva
University Dinner
Sen. Paul Douglas, of Illinois,
will join Dr. Samuel Belkin as
-uest speaker at a dinner at the
Fontainebleau hotel Dec. 27 in
honor of Yeshiva University's 73rd
academic year.
The dinner will honor Charles
Fruchtman as "Man of the Year."
Radio commentator Gabriel Heat-
ter will be toastmaster.
Co-chairmen of the dinner are
and Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, Tern-
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will be held on Saturday, 8 p.m.,
in the Center's Social Hall. 3196
SW 24th ter. Chairman of the af-
fair is Bernard I. Gelbert. Com-
mittee includes Sam Azrikan, Bud
Burt, Maurice Kelman and Ben
Segal.
selection, Darwinism and the Tor-
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The congregation and Sisterhood | television program. "Still Small ? 17 Wesaaselss *?*, I
are sponsors of the lectures that I Voice." The program is scheduled J
are free to the public. |for Sunday at 10 a.m. |~-r,
Ceramics Works on Soft
Well made and original hand-
crafted ceramics will be available
at the yearly sale of the Ceramic
R. Williams Apte, J. A. Cantor,ILeague of Miami on Tuesday, 930
and Leo Robinson. a.m., in the workshop of the Joe
Dinner committee includes Judge'and Emily Lowe Gallery, 1301 Mil
,wiBe
Fred Barad. Sue and Anne Berko-
witz, Morris Bienenfeld, B. I.
Binder, William Bornstein, Ben
Boskin, Jack Ciment, Joseph Co-
hen, Fred B. Dalton, Mrs. J. Ep-
-tein, Irving Firtel, Morris Fox,
Leo Gelvan, Harry Genet, Martin
Genet, Mrs. Louis Glasser, Pauline
Gnandwerg, Isadore Goldberg, Sol
Goldman, Maurice Goldring. Col.
William Harris, Manuel Josseloff.
Louis Kenin, Nellie C. King.
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Kraus, Ehiel Lesowoder, David
Levinson, Kolman Luria, Mrs. I.
Mamlett, I. H. Mellman, Louis
Merwitzer, Alex Miller, Jack
Mintzer, Jack Muravchick, Cole-
man Olen, J. W. Olshen, Jack S.
Popick, Sam Reinhard, Elie Rob'
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bin, Sam Rudnick, Ben Schwedel,
Max Sheinman, Benjamin Sherry.
Tobias Simon, Isadore Spolter,
Leon Stoller, William Sussman,
Elizabeth Zentler, Dr. Matthew
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>Jewish flcridllan
Tees Tfiis Weekend
EL. 7801 Carlyle avi.
it Isaac Ever.
Saturday 8:30 a.m.
fs\ rholngtcal Record
Bar Mitivah:
Ir. and Mrs. Edward
2833 8W IMh av.
Maxwell Silberman,
Saturday 9 a.m.
i sw 3id ava. Con-
Yaakov Rosenberg
W. Llpeon.
Sermon: 'This la
nan Wouk." Service
Hook Month. Satur-
. it avail: Ronald, son
Roy Mack.

17th ave. Orthodox.
3-Hlff.
Saturday 8:}0 a.m.
True to Our Blrth-
; 12250 NW 2nd ava.
fctabbl David W. Her-
Brman Fein.
Bermon: "The Story
h In a Series." Sat-
grunViits nf religious
|pate. Sermon: "I>lf-
ruilarlUee In Human
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CAHDLWGHTING TIME
3 Kislev 5:11 pan.
ir*' Federation
ions under which the
lunity in the country
rere such that there
for a large, powerful
ganization. When the
is founded, in the year
[upon itself the concern
Beds of the worker, be-
was no other body
I for them. It had to be
not only with finding
for its members, but
eating employment for
to worry about health
using, education of the
its, and even books
fords (that is to say),
I life.
the last ten years sev-
tasks have passed
Government. But to-
ne Histadrut works in
and fulfills important
life of the country.
I by Brit Ivjit Olamit)
PvidSv0"-.,"",bl H- Lou' Rottman.
Friday 5:15 p.m. Saturday 8;1S am
Sermon: "Our Spiritual Heir*."
*^J.H n^K-B- B-W Wa.hlnBton
Can'tnr M.dX- S'bbt Tibor Stern,
cantor Maunca Mamches.
SSt'^d ** w^ a \t
Bl"o5o\PH*f^~ NW 3r* *
8fTH TFILAH. 935~Euclid ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E Rackovtky.
in.l.iv 5:15 p.m. Saturday |:ls am
.Sermon: "Are We or Are We X.,f"
Sermon at 4:lj p.m.: "is it Worth It?"
^O"*1- WAY JEWISH CENTER.
uif-A^..34'584' MUmi' R"b' ""
Friday 8:30 p.m. at 8640 SW 16th st.
Sermon: I ayoffa, Payola and
J robes. Saturday 9 a.m.
3ADE HEIGHTS CENTER. 18180 NW
2nd ave. Conaervative. Cantor Eman-
ual Mandel.
FLAQLER. GRANADA. 50 NW 81at
pi. Conaervative. Rabbi Bernard
Shoter. Cantor Fred Bernitein.
Friday 5:18 and 8:11 p m. S.rmon:
in Which Direction Shan We Turn?"
Oneg Bhabbal hoata: Mr. an.I Mrs.
Alexander Bchpolaky. Saturday :t a.m.
Bar Mltzvah: Larry, son of Mr. and
Mrs. H. Faerman.
FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801
E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi
Mariua Ranson. Cantor Sherwin
Lavine.

HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 8th st. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Alexander Cross.
a .
HIALEAH REFORM JEWI8H CON-
GREQATION. 1150 W. C8th st.. Palm
ave.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 2030
Polk at. Conservative. Rabbi David
Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun.
--------
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 24th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavaky. Cantor Louia Cohen.
Friday 5:30 and Bslfi p.m. Sermon:
"Satans of Today."
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ava.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrtiala.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
Friday S p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.
Barman: "Two Forces in the worji
------a
MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1101 SW 12th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Herachell Saville. Cantor Joseph
Salzman.
Friday 5:15 p.m. Saturday H a.m. S.r-
mon: "Fulfilling i Mir i "lilluatlons."
MONTICELLO PARK. 164th at. and
NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Max Lipshitz. Cantor Ben-Zion
Kirschenba'um.
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NORTH DADE CENTER. 13630 W.
Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi
Henry Okollca.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.
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NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620 75th at
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
Friday 5:13 p.m. Baturday !> a.m. Pnr
Mltzvah: Walter, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Flaot.-: Riohard, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Leonard Friedman. Sermon:
"Weekly Portion."
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SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
at. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
Frldav :30 p.m. Ciuest speaker: Dr.
Ivan "Hov. of the DnlveraHy of Mi-
ami Department of Religion. Topic:
"God Seeks Man."
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TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
dr.. S. Miami. Rerorm Rabbi Herbert
Baumgard. Cantor Charlea Kodner.
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TEMPLE BETH EL. 1645 Polk at.
Hollywood. Reform. Rabbi Samuel
Jaffa.
tcmoi.f nrTH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1728 Monroe st. Conservative
Rabbi Samuel Lerer. Cantor Ernest
Schreiber
Friday 8 p.m. Sermon: "Don t Sell
Your Birthright." Saturday 9 a.m.
Rar Mltzvah: Michael Jay. son of Mr.
and Mrs. Ike Margolls.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chaa*
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronlsh
Cantor Davlo Convlaar.
Friday 8:16 p.m. Sermon: The Im-
mortal Saga of Jacob and Esau.
Saturday 10:45 a.m.
TEMPLE B'NaTsHOLOM. 16800I NW
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Sheldon Edwards. Cantor Ben Gross
Friday 8:15 p.m. Samoa: 'nay of
Infamy." Oneg Shabbat follows.
TEMPLE EMANu'eL. 1701 W***""?:
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irvine
Lehrman. Cantor Israel Reich
Friday 5 and 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "From
Ape to Man-On an Evaluation of
Darwin Saturday 9 a.m. Bartaon.
w".kly Portion." Bar Mitivah: Haul
Phillip, son of Mr ""'I Mi" '-'r>
Hoffman: M.-hln Xuawne. son of Mr.
and Mrs. Alfred W. Kati.
TEMPLE "SRAElT 1S7 NE 19th St
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot
Cantor Jacob Bornsteln.
BVIdav 8-15 P.m. Sermon by Rabbi
SUM.' E Palnlck. a--l"J-" ""\r"^l
leader: "Is the Jewish Fami> DUIn-
tegTatlng?" Dr. Narot and Cantor
Bornsteln to officiate.
-rrruoi sr iiidfa 320 Palermo ave
TL^raT. ttbbl M." Skop. Canto'
Herman Oottlleb.
Friday 8:16 p.m. Herman: "What la
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With obvious gratification. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg accepts
a plaque of recognition from Dr. Avraham Biran, Minister of
Armistice Affairs for Israel, at a dinner of tribute Sunday
night at Miami Springs Villas. Rabbi Rosenberg and Congre-
gation Beth David were honored for their "outstanding efforts
on behalf of Israel Bonds."
Congratulations for a job well done is extended by Samuel
Oritt (center), general chairman with Jack A. Cantor of the
Greater Miami Israel Bond committee, to Harry Gordon (left)
and Mrs. Gordon, who were chairmen of arrangements for the
dinner of tribute to Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg and Congrega-
tion Beth David Sunday night at Miami Springs Villas. More
than 400 attended the dinner, with many turned away because
of lack of accommodations. | i ____
Hillel Mortgage
Burning Put Off
The Hillel Foundation dinner
scheduled for Sunday evening at j
the Algiers hotel has been post-;
poned until next May, it was an- j
nounced Wednesday by Harold |
Thurman and Sam A. Goldstein,
dinner committee co-chairmen.
Reason given for the postpone-
ment was the conflict with other
comrminity-wide affairs being held
during the same week.
"It it our hop* that by pot-
porting our affair until aftar tha
Federation campaign, w will
make tha function a truly com-
munity-wkla effort that will in-
cur* complete tuceass to the
drive to rai$e fund* for the burn-
ing of the present Hillel mort-
gage."
The campaign chairman empha-
sized that the campaign for funds
To Join Jewish Agency
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
PARISA decision to join forces
with the Jewish Agency to im-
prove some underdeveloped set-
tlements in Israel was approved
Tuesday by the Council of Admin-
istration of the Jewish Coloniza-
tion Assn. The goal of the pro-
tram, according to Sir Henry D.
Goldsmid, JCA president, is to
bring the settlements up to stand-
ard, which will permit normal pro-
gress. The program will embrace
20 to 25 settlements, and will cost
15 million.
Beth El Sisterhood Meeting
Congregation Beth El Sisterhood
will hold a luncheon Tuesday noon
in Dora August Memorial Hall, 500
SW 17th ave., Miami.
Beth David Buys
$100,000 in Bonds
At Tribute Dinner
In an outpouring, -of esteem for
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, spiritual
,lgi^er of Congresatjpjj BejJb. Da-
vid, more than 40umemF)ers oi'TW
congregation jammed the dining
hall of Miami Springs Villas Sun-
day night and purchased $100,000
in State of Israel Bonds in his
honor.
The audience filled the room to
capacity, and many more had to
be turned away because of lack of
accom modations.
Dr. Avraham Biran, director
of the Israeli Ministry of Armis-
tice Affairs, paid tribute to Rabbi
Rosenberg and Congregation
Beth David for their aid to Is-
rael's economic progress through
purchases of Jsrael Bonds.
Co-chairmen of the dinner ar-
rangements committee were Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Gordon. Toastmas-
ter was Stanley C. Myers. Conduct-
ing the appeal for Israel Bond sales
was Rabbi Leon Kronish, of Tem-
ple Beth Sholom.
Award of the flag of the City of
Jerusalem was made by Dr. Biran
to the congregation in token of its
efforts for Israel. Sidney M. Aron-
ovitz. president, accepted the flag
on behalf of the congregation.
A special plaque was presented
to Rabbi Rosenberg by Dr. Biran,
for his leadership on behalf of Is-
rael Bonds, which included serving
as first High Holiday chairman of
Greater Miami.
A surprise coincidence of the
presentation was the revelation
by Rabbi Rosenberg that Dr. Bi-
ran had been his Hebrew teach-
er in Baltimore 25 years ago.
Rabbi Rosenberg was unaware
of this fact until the dinner itself/
when he recognized Dr. Biran as
his one-time teacher.
Citing the economic progress
which Israel has achieved with the
aid of Israel Bond funds, Dr. Biran
emphasized the role of bond invest-
ments in the expansion of produc-
tion for export in industry, agri-
culture and the exploitation of
natural resources.
Dr. Biran pointed out that Israel
Bonds have pioneered in the es-
tablished and development of new
enterprises such as the chemical
industry, the mining of phosphates,
and the production of potash and
copper, which have created wider
opportunities for earning foreign
exchange.
Dr. Biran praised the support
given to the Israel Bond program
by Congregation Beth David un-
der the guidance and leadership
of Rabbi Rosenberg.
"The economic aid which you
1 are lending to Israel is deeply ap-
preciated by our government, and
our people," he said. "It is a priv-
I ilege to be here with you tonight
as their representative in this
deeply deserved tribute to your
rabbi and your congregation."
Entertainment was provided by
the former Israeli opera star, Sho-
shana Shoshan, who presented a
program of songs which included
opera arias in Hebrew.
would continue unabated until the
opening of the Federation cam-
paign early next year.
Our Birthright?" Saturday 10:30 ajn.
liar Mitivah: Michael, s-n of Mr.
and Mrs. Seymour Scaulner.
TEMPLE NER TAMID. SOth at. ant
Tatum Waterway. Modern Trad I
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovltz. Can
lor Samuel Gomberg. ,.,..,.,
Krlcniatr>
ami It.-lil..H IJra-l-eH- ^"^"f",
HIl Horn It Affects Us, Saturda>
8:45 a.m. ___
TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 1210C
NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benno
Krlday S:" p.m. Sermon: 'Keynote
Address." ___
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 95-
Trm4nV Wa?. Conservative. R.bb.
Friday "'is' p.m. Sermon: "Not by
Might' but through Spirit" OnM
Shahbat hosts: Mr. and Mr.. Sam
Ko-wnli-k Saturday 9 a.m. Mlncha 5
pm Bar aBtavK: Raphael, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Dobba.
TFMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th st.
Conservative. Rabbi AJJre* w-
man. Cantor Jacob Ooldfarb.
Friday :30 p.m. Sermon: "The Voice
of Jacob." linn: Shahbat hosts:
Members of Phi I'elta (iainma. Sat-
urday 9 a.m. Bar Mitivah: Sam. son
of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Harris.
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 8500 N. Mlam'
ave Conaervative. Rabbi Harry L.
Lawrence. Cantor Albert Qlantx.
Friday 8:30 p.m. DallUOn: "Lei Ul
r..f..iv n ica." Ones;
Slvihli.it hoata: Mr. sn.I Mrs. Hamhl
Kobln. In honor of the return of their
son. Jack, from the Armed Forces
overseas. Saturday 9 a.m.
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TORAH TEMPLE. 1254 West ave
Traditional. Rabbi Abraham Cassel
----
YOUNG ISRAEL. 1750 NE 10th ave.
Orthodox. Jlabbi Sherwin Stauber.
Friday B:1S tLta. Saturday > a.m. Ser-
mon: "The Ptory of Our People."
------------------- --------------------
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44 Za
mora ave. Conservative. Rabbi B.
Leon Hurwitx. Cantor Meyer Qlsaer.
Frldav 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Review of
'Thls'l* Mi God,' by H.'-man Wouk."
Oneg Shabbat hosts: Mr. and Mrs.
(ieorge Greenberg. Saturday 8:30-
a.m.
Beth Raphael
Reelects Officers
Julius Sapero has been reelected
president oi Beth Raphael Congre-
gation.
Other officers reelected at a re-
cent meeting are Lawrence T. Ber-
liner, first vice president; Charles
Klein, second vice president; Ralph
Krieger, secretary; Joseph
Schwartz, treasurer; and Benja-
min Agranow, recording secretary.
The meeting discussed plans for
major repairs to the synagogue lo-
cated at 139 NW 3rd. ave.
Post Office Hloves
Miami Springs Post Office has
moved to its new location in the
former Curtiss National Bank
bldg.., 101 Westward dr., Miami
Springs. Business is going on as
usual from the new location, ef-
fective last Monday morning, ac-
cording to Postmaster E. M. Dun-
lap.


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Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDitW
A New Note in the Beauty of a Poet's Enviro
IDYLLS. By David Shimoni. With an Essay en the
PoLJ>y, Joseph .Klaujner. 193 pp. Jerusalem:
Youth and Hechalutz Department of the Zionist
Organization.
AT THE TIME of his death in 1956. Russian-born Da-
** vW Shimoni had been in Palestine for over thirty
\o.irs. The idylls, for whieh he won an Israeli lit'
award, were written during the twenties and thirtuv
Shimoni was an innovator: in his hands the idyll was
transformed from the characteristic bucolic celcbr
of nature into an ecloaue that hiJt s passion w.ihui its
placidity; tragedy lurks behind the green trees and
bitterness flows beneaih the bright Btreaakt. Were it
not for the dominant nationalism and the looking at
the land like a lover. Sh.moni"s poems would
nearly be epics, for they sing of the ds of the
pioneers, of the inner triumph of dedication in the face
of harshness and hardship- .-_ ,-.> .^
The three idylls in this volume belong to the later
period of Shimoni's use of the form; the third one, in
fact, the poet had pushed so far from the traditional
rustic tranquillity that he himself called it a poem,
rather than an idyll. "In the Hedera Forest" tells of a
group of wood cutters: young Naphtali. happy Berel.
the boy from the banks of the Don, Ben Artii, and
the old, bearded Pinchas. Into the beauty of the en-
\ironment and the pride in their work, a new note
slowly intrudes, as the memories of the men are re-
il sorrow in their joy. and the land holds
shadows as well as salvation.
"A Memorial." (also known as "The Monument")
follows somewhat the same pattern. The hero, Katriel,
is a pioneer of simple goodness; he does not want to be
is malir
N*l#t
wne/it
ng > sacrifice in mmi .
t behind nothing but Si?,,kN
allows un nv..l. Cru*andh2
told he
\*bxo_he
ground that swallows up river.
tears and blood with nothing u, "ho. ,1"
g Pen tredy strikes Katnel- hk.7 "*$
childbirth, and the desire for marb'lP *
her grave becomes so strong that he |
piece of ground that he has been tilluig 2?fc.
self out as a night watchman for an MaW-i?'
there be is killed by a thief's bull* Thuf^
not even the slightest touch of Western.
must be aUowed to interfere with the hV-
Land; commitment must be to.al-or d?
idyll, as one can see.
buildup i
Between You and Me:
BORIS SMOLAR
Community Center Executive Tells the Story
HAVE BEEN receiving numerous let-
ters from all parts of the country
commenting on my column early this
month in which I asked why about 30
percent of the Community Centers affil-
iated with the Jewish Welfare Board had
lost membership. Also why there has
been a tremendous decline in the pro-
portion of Center members who are be- aBSBaSHBaV
tween 18 and 24 years, oi ageine acive Jewish youth.
Some of those who have written their letters to mewell-
known figures in American Jewish life expressed the
opinion that the Jewish Community Centers are losing
members, included the youth, to the youth, to the syna-
gogue centers.
Others asserted that the "Y's" and the Community
Centers are losing young members because Jewish youth
today has enough money to spend on dancing, athletics
and recreation outside of the Community Centers. Still
others felt that Jewish adolescents were prevented by
their parents from viMting some of the Community Cen-
ters because they are located in neighborhoods no longer
inhabited by Jews. However, the basic answers to my
questions came from the National Jewish Welfare Board,
the 'mother organization" of the Jewish Community Cen-
ters and YM-YWHAs.
Sanford Solender. director of the Jewish Community
Center Division of the JWB, was kind enough to send me
a three-page letter giving a clear picture of what-is-what
in the Jewish Center field today.
Why have some Centers lost membership? The JWB
director says that only those Centers whose buildings are re fine except where they skirt the edge of
located in sections of communities from which Jewish
Hardl,,|
The last poem. "Dewdrops of th# v-,u. .-
something interesting; it recalls many swbWT* M
acters present in the earlier Idylls reviwinT,^*!
a later perspective, so that her, it is the jl^T
fate, rather than of the past, which provkCtSLS
ness as an undercurrent. ,uuitbia|
The book is printed in Hebrew and EmUa
not competent to judge the translation (doWlil
Lask but I have seen Mordeca. Uwtas1^-^
he first poem, and I find i, preferable; nM
felicitous in most of its phrasing, and it avoidi.T
conscious kind of verbosity which is d^Jj
Professor Mausner's essay is rather un**
but interesting. The illustrations bv Ludu
cancan*. I
Overseas Mtwskttor:
On Being too Sensitive
families have moved have lost members. The drop in
membership in certain Centers is due almost exclusively
to this circumstance, he emphasizes. Such Centers, he ex-
plains, are being aided by the JWB to plan for the future,
and this accounts for the major new Center building con-
struction program now underway in many communities.
Centers with new facilities located in areas conven-
ient to Jewish families have experienced the greatest
membership growth, Solender assures. He points to the
fact that during the last ten years overall membership
in Jewish Community Centers and in the "Y's" through-
out the country has increased 30 percent despite the
drop oi membership in a number of localities. He claims
that both male as well as female membership has in-
creased in these ten years.
Male membership, he says, has increased from 276,-
000 to 318.000 and female membership from 182,000 to
276,000. The ratio of female to male members has risen
because of the expanded program of Center services for
women and girls, he explains. It is noteworthy though
that the gain in membership ratio is about 62 percent for
female and only 15 percent for male memberships.
It may also be interesting to note that while ten years
ego the male-female ratio of membership was 60-40 to-
Bv niAMII C.iprm day 'l ,s *"* indicating that if the same trend contin-
V tLIAHU SALPFlBt ues. female membership will reach and perhaps overtake
the male membership.
,Why lus the Proportion of Center members who are
18 24 years of age declined? The JWB director says that
this decline is due primarily to the tact that this u the
age group most markedly affected by the depression
birthrate drop, which sharply decreased the number of
?f"on* '" ,hls *ge K population in general. He
also attributes the decline to such factors as required mil-
Jerusalem
IKE MOST human beings, a nation
too, when it is under a prolonged l,ar>' service for persons of this age. increased college en
strain begins to lose some of its sense rollment, and early marriage.
of proportion.
The Jewish people, exposed to cen-
turies of persecution, often loses its
e of perspective: a few stones
J" thrown by some juvenile delinquents, a
chame remarx by some politician in the heat oi an etoc-
tion campaign arc easily distorted to evoke the menacing
shadow of a new wave of anti^emitism. while the trau-
matic experience of six million bestially murdered is re-
pressed into the background of national memory.
The people of Israel, having lived for eleven years
under the stress of Arab attacks, haps.oils and Mocked**,
minings and maraudings, sometimes attaches undue im-
portance to minor events while minimizing the importance
of others. One of the worst, and perhaps most dangeroui,
aspects of this tendency is that sense of uncertainty that
crops up whenever there is a strong spontaneous reaction
to some outside event. Was the reaction out of propor-
tion to its cause or was it commensurate with the dan-
gers involved?
This question could again be asked in connection with
the "Renault Affair," dubbed by some local newsmen
as "the new Dreyfus affair."
Pierre Dreyfus, grandson of the famous Captain
Dreyfus, is the general manager of the Renault Company.
France's state-owned auto concern. The Renault Com-
pany several years ago signed a contract with the Haifa
Kaiser-Frazer plant for the assembly of its small cars in
Israel. The Arabs reacted by putting Renault on the
blacklist closing the Arab markets to the products of the
company. For some time. Renault has been negotiating
with the Arab boycott office on the conditions for taking
the company's name off the blacklist.
This was fairly-well-known. Yet, at the beginning of
the year Renault had renewed its contract with Kaiser-
Frazer for the supply of parts for the Haifa assembly plant
for the year ahead. Then suddenly, a few weeks ago, Re-
nault notified Haifa that it would stop the supply of the
parts. The French Foreign Ministry, approached by Is-
rael, washed its hands of the affair. It explained that
the Ministry bad nothing to do with the decison of the
company, which, though state-owned, is completely auton-
omous in its economic policies. The companyin a state-
ment issued after several days of hesitationclaimed that
when faced with the alternative of a large potential Arab
market or a rather limited Israel market, decided to
choose the Arab market.
nie^mphasiws that the YMCA also reports a sharp
h?^ JT'f^ "* ,0 iU memb*"*"P *> this age group
more 1 am COr7cl '" my understanding 'bat
u [J, P*rn of the Center member, are under
14 years of age. which means school children, but he ex
I IE .^'V00- ref,ects ,he currcnt *c'ological trend
v..?hLmted ?UteS The soar,n birtn recent
years has greatly expanded the number of children in the
Population, including the Jewish population, he points out
UnHod Nations Listening Post: By SAW i
Debate With Shukain|
United L
THI ANNUAL debate of the An*,
1 gee problem here bved up a|
[advance billing in all but one na
|Predictions had been made thai tad
jlelegationg would turn this yearii
debate into the unhoiieste'i
witnessed at the Us
re the Security Council foaWl
tent aou aouicaled its responsibility for
world's peace and security. Those prognostication p
correct.
With Saudi Arabia's notoriously bitter Ahead
kairy leading the cabal, the Arab representative i
with unholy glee as the debate approached. Thai
Abba Ebantheir arch-antagonist for so many yean
gone. At .this session, they reckoned, they would i
lay the Israeli delegation prostrate. There was cady(j
thing wrong with this plan.
Israel, having recalled Eban to put him into the
ical pastures, was not let napping. Great as Ehrn
his was net a one-man snow. This year's perfa
Israel here proved that point to the hut First, a
early weeks of this year's General Assembly, etaM
Arthur Lourie proved his mettle. When it came H
refugee debate, Israel put its case in the handsejl
delegation's deputy chairman, Michael Comay. J
may more than proved the Israeli thesis all mr r
The result? As soon as the Arab steam hdhM
hausted. as soon as the first non-Arabic speitoW
to address the 82-man committee coosidenn*r
refugee problemthe difference in effect, ben'
kairy and Comay. bcarae evident. Almost to aj
delegations showed that they considered at
spokesman reasonable, the Arab shaker-and-heareri
but a windbag.
Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Louis Armstrong Toots His (Spy) Horn
re ---------- Washington
ARABS were disseminating
stones this week that American
trumpeter Louis Armstrong was
actually an Israeli spy. He has
been banned from Arab League
states. Is there any basis to Arab
charges that the Negro jazz idol u _
the leader of an Israeli espionage
network?" -
Perhaps the charges against trumpeter Arm,
And T^ZZ\MmeM W** "Bi0W "* ^i" >SF
And a Talmudic commentary revealed that "every
note has importance, as every Hern u JZ
SE" Th* Tlmud made known that '..VbKT
first we stand, then we s.t. to confuse Sat '
vev J .tU^I^ *? COuW Armstrong have con-
seJS 2?J^ ^fW *" Dorn to *" '*nds? TW
breach the walls of "The Sheikh"oftraiy '^ l
But Armstrong was more subtle in his hiami.
classified intelligence reports r^umancV h77^,"
weather reports to the Israel Air FotceTy' nUv^
^.'M'.' Lovl> Day" or "A Fo Sy 'hu
rendiuonof "Go Back Where Yon Staled KmJS
was an order to frontier petrols. ^^^ ^^ w**1
Instructions were given Israeli P**^
"One O'Caock Jump." The movements of the i'
Nations Emergency Force were foretold W
the Saints Go Marching In." ^*|
Of Course. "When Its Sleepy Time DowJ-
referred to conditions in the Negev; "Do*11
Camp Meeting" to mobilization in the Ne*^-4(rae|
Armstrong cleverly reported on '^T^ej
relations and the recent cessation of RBflU*, -f*]
sembly operations in Haifa. First he P1**" <
Si Bon." then "Honey. Don't You Love Me **-|
Remember the ship, the Toft.'
in the Sues Canal because she carried '"JTjS
Armstrong gave explicit instructions **,. ^ aj
dered "When My Drearoboat Comes H00*,,^;
lowed up with 'There'll Be Some Changes ^
When Israel Foreign Minister Golds "
ed to Jerusalem. Armstrong revealed.n* i-
by offering "Big Mama's Back in T0*^,, ^k
openly promoted lamigraUon and *byh-l -^.ai
Wont You Please Come Home?" '"o '" i#
LoveUght Burning." He even had -
Zionist elements: "Someday You U ~
for non-Zionists, "Cant We Be Fnenos
The entire DUaport heard ? JJ*
MtM. mm v~ .mA "rn Always be *"
You."

of Ye" and 'TB Always


r, December 4, 1959
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FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
TICE IS HEREBT OIVHN that
undersigned, desiring to engage In
ess under the fictitious name of
r?ICANA BAR at 1057 N.W. 79th
it, Miami, Fla., Intends to reg-
sald name with the Clerk of the
jii Court of Dade County, Florida
JALK CORP. (a Fla. Corp.)
Sole Ownership
11/1S-20-27, 12/4
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOU8 NAME LAW
[>TTCK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
|nd< rslened. desiring to engage In
i under the fictitious name of
I1ER-MTAMI CO. (Not Inc.) Co
e O. Greene. 241 Security Trust
Miami. Fla., Intend to register
[name with the Clerk of the Clr-
| Court of Dade County, Florida.
HARVEY It. BREAM
ROBERT L. BERNSTEIN
HARRY H. KATZ
)MB O. C.REENE
rney for Applicants
ecurity Trust Bldg.
11/13-20-27,12/4
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
&TIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
jtrndorslirned, desiring to engage In
Jess under t"he flctl'lous name of
IERAL ELECTRONICS st 1*59
a Avenue, Miami Beach. Florida
ds to register said name with
.lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
tv. Florida.
TRANS-OCEANIC SALES, INC.
Sole Owner
RRBOER
rney for Owner
Lincoln Road
nl Beach. Fla.
11/13-20-27.12/4
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
9TICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN taal
Undersigned, desiring to engage la
Hess under the fictitious name of
ILAND PRINTERS at TM7 Bl-
Je Boulevard, Miami, Florida In-
to register said name with the
of the Circuit Court of Dade
fty. Florida.
I r. d. r. corp.
NO NATHANSON. Attorney
11/13-20-27.12/4
NOTICE UNDER
. FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
STICK is Y OIVEN that
Undersigned, desiring to engage In
less under the fictitious name of
PH MENsTOGS at 14J3 N.E. M1-
Pliue, Miami, Florida Intends to
fter said name with the Clerk ot
M'lrcult Court of Dade County.
Ida.
RAN-LEE SPORTSWEAR
?F MIAMI. INC.
> Rth Cohen. President
[MOL'R J. SIMON
rney for Fran-Lee Sportswear
UamL Inc.
11/1J-I0-27. 12/4
MOW
BY HENRY LEONARD
"And next week our Regular Friday Night
Services will be at 5:30 p.m., our Late Services
at 8 p.m., and our Late-Late Services at 9:30.'*
m.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ESQUIRE BARBER SIKH' at 2,27
I'once de Leon Blvd., Coral Onbles,
Fla., Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Him Ida.
JOSE ntitioi.y
GARY ORTEGA
Sole Owners
WALTERS, UOORE A: COSTANZO
Attorneys for Applicants
1008 Ainslcy Bldg.
11/20-27,12/4-11
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY,
No. 59C11366
BSTELLE NAMER,
Plaintiff,
vs.
VH ToR XAMKU.
Defendant,
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: DR. VICTOR NAMER
Bellovue Hospital
27th Street anil 1st Avenue
New York 16. XV
You VICTOR NAMER are hereby
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce lias been filed against you.
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's
Attorneys. GOLDMAN A GOLD
STEIN, 2303 W. Flagler Street. Mi-
ami, Fla.. and file the original An-
swer or Pleading in the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be-
fore the 6th day of January. I960.
If you fall to do so. Judgment by de-
fault will be taken against you for
the relief demanded In the BUI of
Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 30th day of November.
A.D. 1959.
i: B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Co"rt, Dade County. Florida
(seal) By: JOAN SVEEDBN.
Deputy Clerk.
12/4-11-18-25
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 48085C
IN RE: Estate of
LILLIAN K. LEWIS.
I leceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Batate .. .
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of LILLIAN K LEWIS
deceased late of [hide County. lor-
Ida, to the Count* Judges of Dade
County, and file the same In their
offices In the Countv Courthouse In
Dade County. Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof, or tie aama
* First publication November 27, 195.
/ j. GERALD lewis. uJeatw
of the estate of Lillian K. Lewis.
deceased. ____
HERBERT E. KACFMAN
Attorney for Executor
1629 duPont Rtilldlng
Ulaml 31. Florida ^^ ..,,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
'|N AN" R DA^nCa0TpNTY'
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 48110-B
IN RE; Estate of
BELLE O'BRIEN
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Peraona Hay-
ing Claims or Demands Aalst aw
"*Tou':.re hereby notified and re-
o u I red to present any claims "*;
mands which Z* pay *%*#*
otUr.It. "or iSle'^u^*'Florid.
rift County Judges of Dad; $
tv snd f'l the s-me In their or'c s
n the Countv Courthouse In Dade
Countv Fl'-ida. wltbln eight cslon-
rt.Tmonths from the date of .he fir-
nubllc-tlcn hereof, or the same wui
* .""I^BOTHV LEVFY Frecntrlx
hv fml Clemen J. Ehrlich
First PVdersl Building
Miami 32, Florida n/4-11-18-25
Electric Utilities
Spending Declines
Capital expenditures of electric
utilities for new physical plant in
1959 are estimated at slightly be-
low 1958's record $4.9 billion. A
further decline, perhaps to around
$4.65 billion, is expected in 1960.
This drop reflects the slow-down
in new orders experienced from
late 1957 through mid-1959.
Business has picked up. recently,
but the lengthy period required to
produce heavy electrical equip-
ment will prevent this recovery
from being reflected in sales to
an important extent until well into
1960. According to Standard and
Poor's, with further improvement
in demand anticipated, current in-
dications are that electric utility
construction expenditures will rise
to new peaks beginning in 1962.
Cigarette Consumption
All indications are that the max-
imum effect of the health-scare
controversy on cigarette consump-
tion was seen as far back as 1954.
This will be the fourth consecu-
tive year of record usage, as in-
dicated by tax-paid withdrawals.
In the first eight 1959 months,
Standard and Poor's puts the year-
to-year gain in unit output at 4.8
percent, in shipments 4.3 percent.
Extension of this trend is expected.
Meanwhile, bituminous coal pro-
duction this year is expected to
only approximate the 405 million
tons of 1958, which was the poor-
est showing since the previous re-
cession-affected period of 1954.
Capitalmp.
ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE
FINANCING
WAREHOUSE LOANS
FACTORING
EQUIPMENT FINANCING
COMMERCIAL PAPER
Phone: TUxedo 8-7551
4309 N.W. 36th Street
Miami Springs, Florida
H. S. GRUBER
PRESIDENT
GEORGE J. TALIANOFF
CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOT1CK IS HEREBY QIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fli-tltlous name of
I1ENEOAL CARPETS ai US North
Kast 12.">th Street. North Miami, Flor-
ida Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade Countv, Florida. -,'^,
Wil.MAM A. MAHKK
______. Sole Owner
n-^ni: E. FOSTER. JR.
Attorney for William A. Mailer
11/20-27, 12/4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTH'K 18 lll-:UI-:i'.V OrVTBN that
the under.ilKn.-ii, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
FAl.I.SIti'Rll RESORT SIKH' Ht 441
Arthur Qodfraw Roa.l Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of
Ihe Circuit Court of Dade County
Florida.
WILLIAM SPIEI.MAN
_____________11/13-20-27. 12/4
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QTVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
.'.. ,n.,'MH 1"1,it the fictitious name of
MICKEY S BAB & PACKAGE STORE
at 2490 S.W. 17th Avenue. Miami, Ma.,
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
MICKEY'S INC. OF MIAMI
., KKSSI.ER St OARS
Attorneys for Applicant
198 S.W. 1st Street
_________ 11/13-20-27. 12/4
.*. ?SI"i.E BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
OEOROE FL'KMAN,
Plaintiff.
HART l-llt.MAN.
Defendant.
__.. SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: MARY FLR.MAN
r>0 Division Avenue
Brooklyn. New York
You mary ki'ii.man are hereby
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you,
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or PUadlnf to the
Itlll of Complaint on the plaintiff's
Attorney, RAYMAN & DTJHrO, 902
Alnsley Bids., Miami 32. Plot da and
file the original Answer or Pleading
In the office of the Clark 0( the fir-
cult Court on or before the 28th dav
ol iN-eember. lu.'^t. If you fall to do
so, judgement by default will ba
i you for the relief demanded In
the Bill of Complaint.
This notice Mi,iil lie published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH IT.i -RIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 24th day of November,
A.D. [HI,
i: P.. I.KATHERMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court. I'ado c, unty, Florida
(seal) By: K. M. LYMAN
Jeputy Clerk.
R \^ MAN & DCHIO
Mnsley Bldg.
Miami 32, Florida
Vttotneys for Plaintiff
11/27. 12/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CHARLES B. HARRIS Corrective
Footwear at 83S Washington Avenue,
Miami Beach, Florida intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
CORRECTIVE FOOTW "BAR INC.
Charles B. Harris, President
MARVIN I. WIENFTR
1111 Ainelev Bldg. Miami 32, Ma,
Attorney for Corrective
Footwear, Inc.
11/27.12/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICF: IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
PARTS SI'PIM.IERS INTERNA-
TIONAL st NH S \V 1 Avenue. Mi-
ami, Florida Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Hade County, Florida.
DWAYNE V C()X A
LUCIA E. COX
Sole Owners
II J7, 12/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the underslftied, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ALAN APARTMENTS at 905 Bay
Drive, Miami Beach, Florida Inter.1 to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
HIMEN'FENSTER
REBECCA FV.NSTER
KOVNER St MANNHKIMER
Attorney's for- Htmen Fenster
and Rebecca Eenster
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HFIKFniY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the flntlflous name of
PUBLICAN BAR & GRILL at 7818
Northeast Second Avenue, Mlanfl.
Florida Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circujf Court
of Dade County. Florida.
JOHN OKNONI100%
LEWISON AND FREED
Attorneys for Genonl
25 West Flagler Street
Miami, Florida ...
11/20-27, 12/4-11
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under Ihe fictitious name of
DADE RECORDS at number 4701 NW
2 Avenue In the City of Miami, Flor-
ida intends to jeglster the said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
I'a led at Miami, Morlda, this 17th
day of November, 195a.
MARLIN RICCORD CORPORATION
EUGENE LEMMCFI
Attorney for Applicant
11/20-27,12/4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERIOBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
FLORIDA SUNSHINE ESTATE at
1(716 Biseayne Boulevard, Miami,
Florida Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
LYNJAY, INC.
a Fla. Corp.
LACRENCE DISKIN
Attorney far Owners
1140 N.E. 163rd Street
11/20-27, 12/4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICI-: IS HKUKI'.Y GIVEN that
the iiiiders-lgncd. desiring to engage In
business under tin- fictitious name of
It. A. M. INDUSTRIAL AND TRAD-
ING COMPANY at r.M.0 N.E. 2nd
Avenue, Miami. Florida Intends to
i said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
GUSTAY R. MAYER
WEI.USCII, DOUGHERTY & ZAIAC
Attorneys (or Gustav R. Mayer
11/20-27, 12/4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
bualneas under the fictitious name of
TEXAS TOTEM WVERSDJYKD IN-
VESTMENTS at 10823 Biseayne Blvd.,
Miami, Ihide County. Florida, Intends
to register said name with the Cleric
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Morida.
TEXAS TOTEM DIVERSIFIED
INVESTMENTS
MALSPEIS & BAKER
Attorneys for Texas Totem
sifted Investments h
11/20-27, 12AI-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name .if
COLLECTION BUREAU OF AMER-
ICA at 1784 N.E. 163rd Street. North
Miami Beach. Morlda, Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
J. C. FRCSCIANTE. Sole Owner
11/20-27.12/4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SANDRINA OF MIAMI at lilK N.W.
26th Street. Miami, Morlda Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida. .
TOW EMBROIDERY WORKS.
INC Milton Tow, President
MARVIN I. WTENBB
1111 Alnsley Bldg, Miami 32. Ma.
Attorney for Sandrlna of Miami
11/13-20-27, 12/4
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under ihe fictitious name of
CANDEE CANE VARIETIES at 17600
Collins Avenue. Miami Beach. Ma..
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Morlda.
TOMAO CORP. (a Ma. Corp.)
Irving M. Finn
11/13-20-27. 12/4
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE kS HF^REBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
AZCR OF MIAMI at 490 North East
112th Street, Miami 38, Morlda in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of tri* Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida. _.__
ROBERT E. MIAZER
CLYDE E. FOSTER. JR
Attorney for Robert E. Fraaer
11/20-27, 12/4-11
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J
Aaron and Marcella Kanner's well-known
Cora basted the Thanksgiving turkey while the
Kanners watched son Richard and his wife
Christa, bathe the baby Only place warm
enough was the kitchen ... To Virginia for a
Westinghouse air-conditioning executives meeting
went the Thomas Gerards Then to Gotham
J the usual round of shows Shopping in New York came
[better than its fair share, what with the Gerards moving
new Keystone Point home within the next six weeks
: household is a merry whirl Exciting every minute .
delightful with a brand new baby in it ." So goes the
J Peter and Dorothy Weinstein, Ft. Logan, Colo., whose
ew baby is Julie Proud grandparents are Dr. and Mrs.
Veinstein and Dr. and Mrs. Hyman Lieber .
ou haven't received an invitation to Sammy Wexler's Bar
_ it's because his parents, Irving and Reva, simply haven't
around to sending any out Partying will wait until the
J are in their new home at 1265 Campo Sano, Coral Gables
It Irving and Reva are telling everyone they'd be delighted
their friends join them on the happy occasion Dec. 12 at
Dranadft.

anis James and his pretty wife resting up at the Barcelona
Sis week before appearing Saturday evening at the Fon-
eau for the Diplomatic Ball welcome to Israel Ambassador
im Harman The Charles Fruchtmans finally got that
ne calland off they went to Toledo to meet their 11th
fcild Little Deborah is the newest addition to the Frucht-
in .
the Wedding Anniversary Front: It's the 50th for Sam and
i'l'llisch, of 3661 SW 23rd ter., on Saturday Married in
Austria, on Dec. 5, 1909, the couple emigrated to the Uni-
Ktes in the early forties, settling in Miami imediately upon
Irrival The Wellisches have two sons, Kurt and Heinz,
Isiding and active in the Greater Miami area There are
Fandsons .
course, Diane Heller waited until she got home from a trip
York and Washington to catch a cold ... No time while she
|th Dan on a quickie business tripwell, two shows, anyway.

[in in the Howard Grove household over Thanksgiving week-
. Karole Karlan. the Groves' niece, who is an art major at
Df M, came across the bay to spend the holidays Karole,
iE. is really no stranger to the Beach She's a Miami
[ High grad .
rs. Charles (Audrey) Finkelstem elected president of the
emit Council of Dade County, and properly installed last week
Everglades .
en at the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center dance
Igiving Day: Bea (Silver) Stepkinfirst president of the "Y"
l's Auxiliary Ephraim Gale, Center executive director,
and guarded conversation with cigar-smoking Morris Klass
farshall and Gertrude Feuer, about ready to move into their
ome on Killian dr., with Gertrude lovely in a black sheath
fated together, Dr. and Mrs. Daniel (Helen) Kindler, Mr. and
lichard (Marion) Touby, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur (Rusty)
[. Marion and Helen radiant in red. Rusty gorgeous in
[Chinese .
chairmen Walter Feltman and Ginny Amazon doing the
la with their spouses Ditto Branch director Dave
azi and Mrs. E. Grace Feltman's black sheath and
i's blue lace outstanding among the smart gowns ..Mr. and
Jeorge (Charlotte) Simonhe's the Center board president-
repartee with Dr. and Mrs. Norman (Barbara) Gladsden .
Btte in black sheath with illusion top, Barbara lovely in tur-
wool knit .
pijoying Phil Kent's dance music: Judge and Mrs. Mitchell
Ban, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Lomaskin, the Herschel Rosenthals,
lapiros, Mr. and Mrs. Stu Winston.

fascinating family trip marks the development of Yeshiva U.,
ling to author and physician Dr. Jacob Sarnoff, now a Beach
at Over 40 years ago, his rabbi father became one of the
! fund-raisers for Yeshiva ... Dr. Sarnoff was, himself, in
fa's first student body back in 1900 ... Not to be outdone,
Iter Dorothy Sarnoff, Broadway star, frequently appears in
(va public functions today ...
larriage Counselor Samuel G. Kling, columnist for The Jewish
Bian, still recuperating from illness, given a lift this week
Pie announcement of his election to membership in the Amer-
Society of Adlerian Psychology founded'by world-renowned
Ifred Adler ...
een eating at the Royal Hungarian restaurant: Mr. and Mrs.
Silverman, pioneer residents, with their children Albert and
Bleich .'Dr. C. Leon Shalloway, wife Betty and their three
their new home at 18801 NE 21st ave., No. Miami Beach.
**
frhe Harold S. Browns spent Thanksgiving weekend on a cruise
kssau, which they won as a prize sponsored by the Monticello
] Men's Club Harold's past chairman of Monticello's board
ectors The couple and their children, Leslie and Ronnie,
It 880 NE 171st St., No. Miami Beach ...
jlecent visitors to Jamaicathe George Cherens and Harry
lins Amiram Sheffet, Israelf violinist on a scholarship to
fcrd in New York, will perform at the Diplomatic Ball Satur-
. He's the cousin of Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Spolter and Mr.
Irs. Arthur Spolter here Decorator Roz Mark will do the
ors of the new Riverside Chapel at SW 17th st. and 32nd ave.
The George Bachershe's the Pub execof Bay Heignts,
rs of a new Mercedes Benz green convertible ..
)avid Alan Reskin recently celebrated his sixth birthday v.itn
,ty at his home on Trouville Esplanade David and brother
Ms are the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Alan Reskin, now on an ex-
re tour of Europe Mother is the noted violinist, Joan Field
Among guests at the party were his grandparents, Mr. ana
William Reskin, and maternal grandmother, Mrs. Josepn
**
)n the Birth Front: Son, Jon Russell, born to Mr. and Mrs.
tour J. Kant, 11600 NW 58th ct., Palm Springs, on Nov. at
prs Hospital .v. Sisters Sandra Lee. 5, and Terry Anne, .
omed the new arrival Grandmothers are Mrs. ai7 *an
W. New York City, and Mrs. Eleanor Bearman, Miami
ir. and Mrs. Joshua Z. Stadlan, 1838 Bay rd., became grand-
Centinued on Pag* 10-B
aIW
oman s
IVor/J
I .
dewish Floridian
Miami, Florida, Friday, December 4, 1959
Section B
Planning their roles as hostesses at the Diplo-
matic Ball Saturday night in the Fontainebleau
hotel in welcome of Ambassador Avraham
Harman are Mrs. Max Weitz, chairman of the
Women's Division for Israel Bonds; Mrs. Jack
Katzman, Sponsor chairman and grand hos-
tess of the Ball; Mrs. Jack Popick, Miami
Beach chairman of the Women's Division;
and Mrs. Robert Perlman, Venetian Isles chair-
man. More than 60 members of the Corps of
Diplomatic Hostesses met for breakfast last
Thursday to discuss their roles and learn about
diplomatic protocol in connection with the
ball.
Pioneer Women's Clubs Slate Events;
Fred Sandlers to be Feted by Kadimah
Seventh annual banquet of Pio-
neer Women, Club 2, will take
place on Dec. 13 at the Royal Hun-
garian restaurant.
Guest speaker of the evening,
scheduled for 6 p.m., will be Rabbi
Max Shapiro. Miss Eva Levenson
will play Israeli folksongs on the
chalil, an Israeli woodwind instru-
ment.
Mrs. Ida Jacobs-Liftman, presi-
dent, is sponsor of the evening.
Mrs. Sarah Singer will give the in-
vocation. Mrs. Sonya Weiss is in
charge of entertainment. Mrs. Jos-
eph Mintzes, chairman, reports
that all proceeds are for the new
vocational school in Bersheba, Is-
rael.

Mrs. Shirley Queen, president of
Golda Meir Club, has called a reg-
ular meeting Tuesday, 8 p.m., at
Beth El Congregation.
Mrs. Abraham Seltzer, recording
secretary of the Greater Miami
Council of Pioneer Women, will re-
port on the educational seminar
held recently by the Council. Mrs.
Morris Bornstein will discuss her
impressions of Israel, from which
she has just returned.
In honor of Jewish Book Month,
there will be a book review by
Zehev Lahav, education director of
the North Shore Jewish Center.
The program has been prepared
by Mrs. Issak Pushkin, cultural
chairman.

According to Mrs. Marvin Co-
penhagen, president of Kadimah
chapter, a regular meeting will
take place Thursday, Dec. 10, 8:15
p.m. at Beth El Congregation. Mrs.
Louis Silver, program chairman,
plans a Jewish Book Month cele-
bration with a book review by Mrs.
Richard Altschuler, instructor in
the English department at the Uni-
versity of Miami. Mrs. Fred Sand-
ier will be hostess of the evening
in honor of her new granddaugh-
ter, Lois Gold, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Stanley Melvin Gold.

On Saturday, Dec. 12, Kadimah
is sponsoring a testimonial dinner
in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Sandier at the Ritz Plaza hotel.
The Sandlers are well-known work-
ers in many community projects.
Proceeds will go to their favorite
project, Moetzet Hapoalot in Israel.
Moetzet Hapoalot is the sister or-
ganization of Pioneer Women, and
is responsible for some 800 institu-
tions in the State of Israel.
Mrs. Fred Blacker, Maurice Klei-
man and Bernard Kanter are chair-
men, with Mrs. Morton Beigel, tic-
ket chairman.
Murray Baum will be master of
ceremonies. Rabbi Yaacov Rosen-
berg, of Beth David Congregation,
will be guest speaker. Larry Blue,
accordionist and Yiddish entertain-
er, will perform. Muriel Ram, sing-
er, will present a recital.
Singers Group
Installs Officers
Miami Beach Community Singers
will install officers at a dinner
dance Sunday evening at the De-
lano hotel.
Judge Kenneth Oka will install
Mrs. Charlotte Spero to a second
term as president; Mrs. Sylvia
Rosen, vice president; Joseph
Shulman, treasurer; Mrs. Jean
Devons, financial secretary; Mrs.
Gertrude Canter, corresponding
secretary; Charles Barlly, record-
ing" secretary; Edward Arnold,
membership chairman; Mrs. Fan
nie Furshman. social secretary;
Mrs. Sarah S. Kirschner, publicity
chairman.
Ben Yemen, music conductor, as-
sisted by Mrs. Yomen at the piano,
will direct the group in a presen-
tation of songs. Program will also
feature Bernie Sager, dancer, with
his partner, Jane Moore. Mrs.
Edith Rothstein, choral group
member, will be soloist.
Miami Beach chapter of Hadassah inaugurates ita first book
review of the season with a coffee honoring Mrs. I. M. Wein-
stein on her 12th consecutive year as chapter reviewer. The
"Diary of Theodor Herri." by Dr. Max Bein, was the subject
of the program. Over 500 women attended at the Algiers
hoieL
Alumnae Hear Speaker
Phi Sigma Sigma Sorority Alum-
nae of Greater Miami were to hold
their regular monthly meeting
Thursday, 8 p.m., at the home of
Mrs. Joseph Klein, 1335 Cortez
ave. Dr. Milton Saslow, of the Na-
tional Children's Cardiac Hospital,
was to talk on "Junior Scientist
Research Program."
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Pace 2-
? itmistnrrkBnr
After Many Years, He Fulfills a Personal Vow
Some 53 years ago. a youn : nessman. He was a key figure in
man who had come to this coun-,, th^ development otJfce Cetote*
try from Rus-.j witnessed "how
the "poor mans treatment" was
extended to h s >.-:er in one of
New York's hospital- His fam-
ily, who then lived in Browns-
ville. X. Y. 'aj- |M trying to
get over the depression
With six children, things were
not easy When one of four girls
fell sick, help had to be obtained
on a charity basi- in an Out-
patient Clinic of the Kind's Coun-
ty H^spi'al.
The young man, who pledged
himself to oo something one day
o to it that equal considera-
tion would be given to patient;
without regard to their economic
situation has now donated $250.-
000 to endow the Owt-Patien*
Pavilion of the new Sit. Sinai
Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Harvey Greet
spanMrs. Greenspan u the for-
mer Jean Kiieger. whose par-
ents participated actively in Mi-
ami's growthsome time ag%>
visited the new hospital then un-
der contraction, and upon be-
ing shown all of its facilities, de-
cided to dedicate the Out-Patient
because of its modern,
cheerful rooms, where the pa-
tient would know instinctively
that he .- -he best medi-
cal care, regardless of his ability
to pay.
industry He is interested in
Florida's citrus concentrate in-
dustry And at this time, he is
engaged .n exploiting industrially
the Puerto Rican cherry known
Nt r- -founding high vitamin C
content.
He is not the man to seek pub-
for himself. "As a matter
of fact.'" he says. "I have granted
only two interviews in my life.
one to the financial page of the
Npa York Times, and one to To-
day's Health.' when it reported
the story of the Puerto Rican
cherry."
He and his wife live in a com-
fortable villa on Riva Alto Isl-
and. Though exquisitely furnish-
ed and tastefully decorated
not overly luxurious On Its book-
shelves are many Hebrew and
Judaic texts, and when tune per-
mits. Greenspan likes to read the
pages of history reflecting the
centuries-old strugsle of his peo-
ple.
I didn't want any publicity for
my contribution because th.
not the essence of my giving. It
is deep, personal satisfaction I
derive from the fact that after
s. uunrn uttiisn*
Youth Center Luncheon Slated
AJCongress Louise Waterman
Greenspan is a successful bust- u;.se Youth Center luncheon, to be
held Tuesday noon, is slated for
tSe Ivory Tower of the Saxony ho-
tel, according to Mrs. David Mus-
kat. president of the Florida Wom-
en's Division.
The Youth Center located in
was adopted as an
ncao Jewish Congress project
m tribute to the late Louise Water-
man Wise, wife of the Congress
founder. Dr. Stephen S. Wise. The
Youth Center serves Israel- youth
through cultural program which
. includes Bihle study, art. music
' and literature It al*o serves as a
1 hostel for youths who come to Is-
rael from all over the world.
Rabbi Leon Kroni-h. of Temple
Beth Sholom. will be the featured
?peaker at the luncheon. Rabbi
Kronish is vice president of the
South Florida Council of American
Jew.sh Congress and a member of
the nat.onal executive committee
Mr? Benjamin I Kamen will serre
as chairman of the day.
Serving also are Mesdames Rus-
sell Winer. Louise Waterman Wise
Division chairman: Fred Kiesn.
Miami chairman: Michael Soatan.
Lou.se Wise, chairman: and Mrs.
Julien Frank, chairman far the
ARISTOCRATIC
fj^ROVVTfJ
GEFILTE
FISH
Biseayne chapter. Program chair-
man will be Mrs. Harold Jaffer.
Entertainment will he furnished
by Mrs Martha Siever. of St.
Louis, noted in operetta circles.
so manv year* I have been able
. tfl fulf H j^ jrpt "r""-'" .made
in my younger years.
"But some of my friends said
that I should not be reluctant to
let the world know about it, be-
cause it could inspire others to
give greater thought to charity
Mrs. Greenspan, sharing her
husband's views, recalls the day
when her parents. Moses and Re
becca Kneg?r, founded Be'h Ja-
cob Conregatim on lower Wash-
ington are. in Miami Beach. At
that time. Greenspan was also
a member of the same con-rera-
tionat present he belongs to
Temple Emanu-El.
"I'm not a joiner. I work, and
I dont have too many hours to
give. Bat I contribute to many in-
stitutions and organizations. One
thing, however, of which I am
very proud." and he pointed to a
framed diploma on the wall
my life membership in the Acad-
emy of Pol.tical Science of Xew
York, which bestowed this honor
on me in 19SJ."
Mr. and Mrs. Greenspan's name
win be perpetuated in the new
Mt. Sinai Hospital in big letters
But the gratitude of the thous-
ands of men, women and children
who will benefit from their ges-
ture in future decades will ecEpse
in its greatness the tribute wt-ich
is being rendered them now. in
the still small voice of the pres-
ent generation.
Friday,
c4a|J
mre ** OaT,
l.i nil -
' *"i pi.
' "' f
frt* tarfT^
3-A.
Mothers
Moke
h)
survey of hedriim
Reach am. km
kind. Miami Bean 3
said Tuesday. '
"Yes" or No" on*,
be made to the fsljtw.
Do** any person fc ifc.
have athritis? Wus!
this household ban
defect' Has ay m
household had tab? I
persons live a tats h>
together' Ho* afj
this household km W
more Salk palis thai
It :ii not be u,
questioned by the ]
ers to give their i
kind sauL One a.
cover weak Stft
tion is underway..
are new btfesj
Jan 21 Mrs.
HAS ITS TASTY PLACE
ON YOUR
"WANT-TO-PLEASE"
MENUS
It's Horewitz-Margarcten, of
course, who brings you this
aristocratic delicacy. Gcfilte
fish made with choice
PIKE and WHITE FISH
exclusireh from cool North-
em lakes.. .blended tradition-
} all) with the other w hoiesome
ingredients of home-made
gcfilte fish. So fluffy ... so
luscious...with homey thick,
shimmerirg jelled sauce.

VEGETARIAN
Sfote Cosmefic Dtmor>s1rat'*it
Philip Ayre Unit of the Women's
Corps of the Cancer Research In-
ite at M:ami .ll meet Monday
for breakfast at 9:30 a.m.'at Pine-
rama Club rooms. 15950 W. Dixie
hwy. Program will feature a cos
inetic demonstration.
cour heolthy portions ii
foe full 16-ounce jar .
de lu*e ..truly delicious
YouTl also enjoy
C/tese. Sfcef fmess Meefiag
Chesed She] Emess Sisterhood
will hold a special meeting Mon-
day, l pm. at 500 SW 17th ave.
Mrs. Israel Goldberg U president.
mUT M TO* IKED MEN
UOPECTED C0ESTS CMi?
Dromedary
CAKE MIXES
IN TOMATO SAUCE
.HATS ML!
and pop M in ttw
GesUte Fish,
in jumbo or snack-si
portions... with dear or
jelled sauce... tops in taste!
the bakers of
mTMTisrr
Kosher foods
57 VAR S'
MAH0FACTURSO IN U.S.A. BY
H.J.HEINZ CO.PITTSBURGH.W
This
" J WM 11V Ttww w t
ays the beans inside the can are Heinz VcgetonM
Beans. Meaning, of coarse, the best-tasting **
in all the land! The label also says these be***
strictly Kosher--because it carries the <3> ** *j
approval of THE UNION OF ORTHODOX JE*
CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA. About all it
SJT'I y "-"how about sonie...toiiightr
Well--how about it?


jmber 4, 1959
*Jetfistjfhw/cfMar?
Page 3-B
Devi
life ** ^^^r

1 As
re Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Schwartz receiving citation from
r achs (right) at recent meeting at the Seville hotel at-
i by Israel Stolarsky, national secretary of Histadrut.
in the United Jewish Appeal and Israel Bonds, Mr. and
bhwartz recently donated an oxygen tent for polio vic-
ough their work in behalf of the Israel Histadrut Corn-
Looking on is Ehiel Lesowoder.
Mrs. Henry Seitlin, among original founders of Poale
id Pioneer Women, respectively, receive citation in
aition of their contribution of a fluoroscope to Histadrut's
Holim. The Seitlins are long-time Labor Zionist leaders.
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Israel Consul
Due Sunday
Moshc Leshem, Israel Consul for
-me -Southeastern wgtorTOf the
United States, will be guest speak-
er at a Kupat Holim celebration
meeting Sunday at the Algiers ho-
tel.
Sponsor of the event is the Great-
er Miami Israel Histadrut Commit-
tee.
Kupat Holim it tha Histadrut
medical organization, with a net-
work of some 200 clinics and hos-
pitals in Israel. Some 1,300,000
persons are annually served
through the organization.
Most recently, Kupat Holim com-
pleted a hospital in Beersheba that
now serves the entire Negev area.
A former newspaperman, Le-
shem was called to the diplomatic
service of his country to establish
the first Israel Embassy in Burma
in 1953. He was later named Com-
missioner General of the Israel
Exhibit at the Brussels World's
Fair.
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Sponsor Benefit Performance
Married Couples Club of Temple
Beth Sholom will sponsor a benefit
performance of "Porgy and Bess"
on Saturday, Dec. 19. Proceeds are
for the Temple nursery school. In
charge of reservations are Joe
Pardo, president, and Mrs. Harry
B. Smith, chairman.
Benjamin Levin cited for his
contribution of a Blood Bank
refrigerator now serving the
Negev area through a hos-
pital founded by Histadrut.
From Far Rockaway, N.Y.,
Levin is also active in B'nai
B'rith and the United Jewish
Appeal.
Zeigers Operate Ritz Plaza Hotel
The Zeiger family, formerly of
the Hotel Zeiger in Fallsburg, N.Y.,
announce that they are now oper-
ating the oceanfront Ritz Plaza
hotel in Miami Beach.
The Zeigers are long-time pio-
neers in the Catskill Mountains
and Miami Beach resort history.
The family was among pioneers in
the resort area of Fallsburg, N.Y.,
46 years ago, and contributed to
developing the Catskills into one
of the outstanding vacation spots
in the country. For -almost half a
century, they owned and operated
the Hotel Zeiger.
More recently, they expanded
their activities to Miami Beach,
where they own the Tiffany hotel
on Collins ave., and where they
operated for years the Palm Veg
etarian restaurant.
This winter, the Zeigers are add-
ing the Ritz Plaza hotel to their
operations. A complete program
of renovation and redecoration
has been instituted at the Ritz
They're Named to Board
Naming of Victor Posner, Wil-
liam Marmer, and Bob Clayton to
the board of governors of National
Children's Cardiac Hospital has
been announced by Richard I. Ber-
enson, president of the Miami in-
stitution, free, non-sectarian hos-
pital devoted exclusively to the di-
agnosis and treatment of rheumat-
ic and congenital heart disease in
children.
TETLEY
TEA
A TRADITION
IN JEWISH
HOMES
SINCE 1837
Yea, there'a Yom Tov spirit la
this fine tea..."flavor crushed"
for fullest strength and stimu-
lation ... richer taste and pleas-
ure with your Heiahiga and
milch.g and between oaeaJ
refreshment.
C <&
Plaza. For winter vacationers, the
Ritz Plaza will offer social and
sports activities centering around
the Olympic-size swimming pool,
private beach, outdoor patios and
terraces. Deluxe guest rooms and
penthouse suites are also available,
and the hotel features the noted
Zeiger cuisine.S.T.
Speakers Bureau
Formed Locally
Florida Civil Liberties Union an-
nounced Wednesday the formation
of the FCLU Speakers Bureau de-
signed to provide speakers on civil
liberties issues for Miami organi-
zations.
Speakers available include attor-
neys John B. Orr, jr., Tobias Si-
mon, Rafael Riviera-Cruz, Herbert
J. Heiken, Neal Rutledge, Arnold
Greenfield, Robert Ramer, Stuart
Simon, Harold Tannen, Richard
Wolf son, and Alfred Hopkins, all
menibers of the organization's Le-
gal Panel; religious leaders Rabbi
Yaakov Rosenberg, of Beth David
Congregation, Rev. Robert Sonen,
Minister of the First Unitarian
Church, and Rabbi Morris Skop,
of Temple Judea.
Mrs. Maurice Serotta, PTA lead-
er; Dr. Stuart N. Sahoon, psycho-
analyst; Arthur Spiegel, education
director, of Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith; Mrs. H.
Franklin Williams, visiting nurse.
Sunday Supper Show
Singles Limited will hold a sup-
per show at the Lucerne hotel Sun-
day evening at 8:30 p.m.
RDINE'S
Shop Mondays and Fridays 'til f)
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serva plenty of nutritious, flavorful
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Long-Broken Families
National Council of Jewish Wom-
b. lJi NW ard arc, Miami. u
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Chamka Theme For Hadassah
Miami Beach chapter of Hadas- SHstoaM wrmum will
sah have special Chanuka pro- meetinj on Monday r
Itrams prepared for their meetings Hibtsoat Auditanam Gars
Monday er will he Mr? Samaei Z. Sakrais.
B'^i prawn Miss M a 11 t e president of the Florida region of
Wasbton will pre a hmcheoa for Hadassah.
Henrietta Saald Day saoasors Moa-
day boob at the Fontatnebleaa HnniiHa Sa*W proa* iU aieet'
Monday. 12 30 pan at the Algiers
hotel Gaest speaker wJl he Rabm
i its meeting Moaday aoao at the Special
Wasbaagton Federal badj_ Nor- we nil! he
anaady dr. Gaest speaker wUl he
Dand Muskat. preaihal of tae NaM Sml. proap J1 bold '
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aill he -Religion m the School.- a braaeh at the Saxony hotel '
A new fiha. "Israel L:re* will Caaaaka pracraaa will he head- I
bo he presented. Gaest speaker will he Mrs, Bdytk
Getter.
rsraoli *r* JI hold its aaeet- -------------------
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1-= -< Beth Dand Sbttrbaad will cele-
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r"'j *** ** ** -<* *- theaterimrtp Wed-
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His last known address was
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married and has oae son. Naf
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brother Moshe. born Una .a
Poland, who immigrated to
Israel in IRS. where he is still,
liTuu. Last contact was two]
years ago.

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+Jmisti Moric/ifori
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jcademy Women meet at the home
Be Lobel to plan Dec. 9 membership
the Fontainebleau hotel. Seated
bit) are Mesdames Lobel, Jack Ger-
lh Shapiro, president, Samuel Rein-
is Rosenstein, Abraham Steinberg,
indwerg. Sealed (second row) are
Southern Section Elects Miamians
Four Greater Miamians active in
Jewish Center affairs were elected
to prominent posit'ons at the 14th
annual conference of the Southern
Section, National Jewish Welfare
Board, in San Antonio, Tex.
Named at the recent gathering
were Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Section
vice president; A. Budd Cutler,
secretary; Leon Kaplan, JWB
board of directors; and Efraim
Gale, board of governors.
Meyer L. Balser, Atlanta life
insurance counselor, was elected
Section president.
Mrs. Sirkin is a former presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Jewish
Community Centert_Cmier..Js cur-
rently vice president. Kaplan is a
past president of the Southern Sec-
tion, and Gale 's GMJCC executive
director.
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71
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Mesdames Alexander S. Gross, Zvi Berger,
Leo Reinhard, Leonard Rosen. Standing (left
to right) are Mesdames Irving Firtel, Morris
Laster, Lena Gutstein, Al Miller, Jacob Katz,
Samuel Farber, Bertha Davidson, Sue Her-
mon, Isadore Spolter.
Buslni
Speci
Have that
s Meeting,
Banquet, or
I Occasion
rs. Benjamin B. Rosenberg shown above with Sam
president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
^ute dinner in their honor attended by more than 400
id community leaders. The silver service set was
my gifts received by the Rosenbergs prior to their
jr Boston, where Dr. Rosenberg will take the post of
director of the Associated Jewish Philanthropies
British MP's
Protest Neo-Nazis
LONDON(JTA) Nine Labor
Party members of Parliament pro-
tested Tuesday in a letter publish-
ed in Reynolds News, against the
fact that there are 1,000 former
Nazis among the judges on the
bench in West Germany whom the
members of Parliament accused of
"making a mockery" of justice.
The letter was in reply to a state-
ment made here last week by the
West German Ambassador, who
had declared that Dr. Konrad Ad-
enauer, Chancellor of the German
Federal Republic, "is the first
person to insist on rooting out for-
mer Nazis."
The World Jewish Congress has
delivered a memorandum to the
West German envoy, protesting
the release from arrest of Dr. Max-
imilian Merten, a Nazi war crim-
inal recently amnestied by Greece.
Merten, who had returned to Ger-
many, had been jailed by the Ber-
lin authorities but was unexpected-
ly released last Monday.

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A new 40-ft. all-aluminum trailer
is the latest piece of equipment to
be added to the facilities of Ace
R. B. Van Lines, of 2136 NW 24th
ave., Miami.
The trailer made its maiden trip
along the eastern seaboard last
month, carrying (he household ef-
fects of a dozen families.
Ace R. B. Van Lines, with a
modern fireproof warehouse
here, features both local and
long-distance moving. The firm
also packs and crates fr do-
mestic and overseas travel.
"Moving can be a pleasant ex-
perience for the housewife, and
she can be sure her possessions
are safe when Ace R. B. Van Lines
is on the job," a firm official de
dared.
In operation 13 years, the firm
is now an ICC. carrier, serving
the eastern seaboard, as well as
many midwestern points. Branch
offices are located in Key West
and St. Petersburg.S.T.
Auxiliary Seminar Scheduled
Seminar for volunteer chairman
of the Women's Auxiliary of Mt.
Sinai Hospital will take place
Thursday, Dec. 10. Mrs. Milton Sir-
kin, chairman, Mrs. Edward Roth,
coordinator of the program, and
Mrs. Doris Frankenthal and Mrs.
Bernard Spector, volunteer inter-
viewers, will take charge of the
orientation program.
DPkiE Assn. Has Meeting
Executive board meeting of Del-
ta Phi Epsilon Alumnae Assn. was
called by president Mrs. Harriet
Wishner on Monday at the home
of Mrs. Rhona Guberman, 8230 SW
42nd st.

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Surroundings of elegance and luxury, faultless serv-
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are accommodated royally for all catered occasions.
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Beverly Shapiro,
Nathaniel Stone
Say Vows Here
B.wily Kvith &hapm> became
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rot ami Irving Lehrman officiated
TW bride is tW daughter aj Mr
and Mr*. Max U Shapiro. tl SW
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the Alfred Stones, CKV SW lOTth
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in taw was Mrs JUVn Sbapmj.
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Mr*.
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In a 3 p m double ring candle-
light ceremony on Sunday. Nov.
. at tW Seville hotel. Miss Di-
anne RoeWlle PereUman became
IV bride of Seymour Ginsberg.
TV former Miss PereUma* is
tV daughter of Mrs Shirley Waitt-
nil. SU Coral Way. TV groom
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Ginsberg. IMS SY Mth ter. Rabbi
Yaakmr RoatmVrg officiated.
Gnta la marriage by Wr made,
Dartd Kaplan. tV bride wore a
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[that many of you took
Ige of the opportuni-
j-ecent Home Show at
Auditorhim to see
om Trend kitchen
Hotpoint. We
ipeciil-
tnHaleillilil
ation of the Florida
Power and Light Company and
the Hotpoint Division of General
Electric.
Kitchen equipment that looks
like furniture, has all the little
things oae dwat abort, fta
tare* ftirnitc ffiamii that can't
he rnaed, pemh button panel
controls that are easy to operate,

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modem electric range with the new furniture look,
[walnut and chrome accents.
IBIKUR CHOLIM KOSHER
CONVALESCENT HOME
NON PROFIT NON-SECTARIAN
SUPPORTED BY YOUR COMMUNITY
}tr\ct Supervision of the Orthodox Vnnd Hakashruth ot Florida
Rabbi Dr. Isaac H. Ever, Director
24-HOUR NURSING DOCTORS ON CALL
METS OBSERVED CONGENIAL SURROUNDINGS
UN EQUIfMlHJ t fUBNISHINGS FIKWOOf BUHDING
llins Avt. Ph. JE 2-3571 Miami Beach
vor during the cooking process.
Atop the barbecue pit and to
advanced-design products for the
homes of tomorrow that are ac-
tually available for the homes to-
daythis was the substance of
the show.
Hrobably one of the most popu-
lar models for this area will be
Hotpoint \s new barbecue center.
It is ideal for the indoor-outdoor
type of living that we Floridians
are noted for. For the homes
with the enclosed pools, these
barbecues are the answer to the
question of what to cook for all
the companyand it makes the
cooking a pleasure.
For example, getting a charcoal
fire started and then waiting at
least half an hour before the
coals are hot enough to cook on
-** Js*e -your guests famish-
. d-afd"lhe hosts rather worn.
The fcarhecoe center features a
bow owateaation barbecue-broil
rotnserie pit with a 6,000-watt
'Calrod" unit that's ready to cook
in 60 seconds.
*
THE "Calrod" unit is imbedded
in ceramic, and is automatic-
ally lowered or raised as desired.
For foods that require thorough
cooking, you lower the unit, for
the steak that is seared on the
outside and rare on the inside,
you raise the unit. Best of all you
can still have that delicious hick-
ory or smoke flavor. There is a
small atomizer sealed inside that
may be filled with any of the
commercially prepared liquid
products to treat the food's fla-
Binders Make
Home in Miami
Mr. and Mrs. William W. Binder
will reside at 700 NE 29th tor..
Miami, following a short honey-
moon trip.
The former Miss Linda Gail Co-
gen exchanged wedding vows with
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Binder, 829 Venetian Way, in noon
ceremonies on Thanksgiving Day,
Thursday, Nov. 26.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Max Cogen, 4404 No. Bay
rd., Miami Beach;
Mrs. Gerard F. Binder was ma-
tron of honor. Best man was Ger-
ard F. Binder.
The bride chose a simple gown
of ivory French silk faille with
sweep train. She wore a mantilla
of ivory lace.
Newlywed Mrs. Binder is a grad-
uate of Miami Beach High, at-
tended Simmons College, and cur-
rently is a student at the Universi-
ty of Miami.
Mr Binder graduated from the
George School and Wharton School
of Commerce and Finance at the
University of Pennsylvania. He
served in the Air Force, and is
president of Binder-Baldwin Piano
Company of Miami.
the back is a plug^in rotisserie
with a 60-minute timer. This au-
tomatic rotisserie is removable
when you wish to broil. The pit
is self-cleaning, and has a hood
which conceals an exhaust fan
and illumination system.
To the rigblMJhjejjlt are tour
surface units which are used for
cooking all the other things that
go along with a barbecue. The
entire center has a push button
panel control. So there can be no
problem about which buttons to
push for each cooking unit, Hot-
point uses a different colored
center in each unit, and has made
the pushbutton controls in the
matching color.

THE Swedish modern electric
' range has the furniture look,
utilizing walnut and chrome ac-
cents. The walnut is hand-rubbed,
and by a special silicone process
is made resistant to strains. The
oven door is built with a large
window to see at a glance how
your cake or roast is progress-
ing. For easy cleaning, the "pull-
up" door is an unusual feature-
it comes off for instant cleaning.
This particular unit is designed
to be used for an island where
desired. The wiring can go
through the leg, with no electric
cords to worry about. The open
surface units allow accessibility
for cooking on all three sides.
These are but a few of the
many interesting new devices to
make cooking easierand in a
most fashionable manner. The
Florida Power and Light Com
pany has all the details, along
with any of the Hotpoint dealer.
in this area.

|u|RS. Sheldon Kay, regional
" vice president of Women's
American ORT, is relaxing after
the group's bazaar held Nov. 28
and 29 at the Hibiscus Auditori-
um. Her husband and Harold
Moss have just completed their
latest endeavor the $3,000,000
Westchester Shopping Plaza.
The team of Kay and Moss will
begin construction this fall on a
million-dollar Westchester Ca-
bana Club, to feature a huge "tri-
pool" with two swimming pools
and a separate "diving well"
moulded into one of the court
try's most unique projects. The
club will be on Tamiami Trail
and SW 86th ave.

JUST a reminder about on
** Holiday Fashion Supplement
due soon. We hope all of your
many organizations have sent in
their schedules of major social
activities so we may list them
for you. In that way you can plan
your wardrobe, schedule rotation
of your gowns, and schedule buy
ing where it is necessary to fil:
in. .
Give the traditionally royal gift to the queen
of your heart what richer tribute could
you give than a beautiful fur. Come in and
select a regal gift for her!
Priced from f 175
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NAMES MAKE NEWS: Wonder if any .*J)L officials have checked
intn the repugnant and repulsive characteruation Iri, D.
vom.c CM Walter WincheU terms that type in a local lounge. And
ttrananfty enoush. the owner of the spot, who should certainly taoa
etter. is of the same religion the performer insults wth .Naufiea
inilinasi aasprinr rJ to he comedy
Tip to teenagers: Don't miss the annual teen age conclave of the
Greater Miami Jew.sh Community Center on Sunday at the Sans Souci
jotel Subjects aired are keys to happier social and borne life
hairme* are Robert Stone and Leonard Wolfer. and staff coordinator is
Mrs Juiith- Goldstein.
Dr. Stanley S. Kaplan and Henry Gherman are Heading three
majer ve^rh prajecrs sponsored by Miami Beach C. of C.
The new Lcval Order of Moose Lodge on Miami Beach held its
U organizational meeting Wednesday, with Lawrence B. Friedman
as acting governor.
Local golfers have a chance to benefit a most worthy cause and
ilso via some attractive trophies in the Bayshore "Boenb Tourney" set
Dec 16. M of $50 will go toward the purchase of a Cobalt
Bomb. radiation machine for treatment of cancer to be in-
<:aUed at Mt Stnai Hospital See Otto Fenias at Bayshore. and West-
i tea entries are beta* handled by Beroie Wa^er Leonard Abess. Al
Hark. lay Hecht. CaJ Kovens. Mickey Kraos. Benue Frank. Harry
Cohen, Ben KLne. BiD Segal will be among the prue-
MRaSJ -,'.:tr>
Leo end Phyllis Diamond have tarnared the contract for taw
second tweeesv've yeir ? design the fcreaterfakatf pawn* of the
0rf>9 Bawl Cfeeen and See princesses.
Reaor Joe Epstein jut received has third appointment, to serve
another I in on the M B Real Estate ri immMtaa Board.
Handsome Barry Cameron has opened a dance sCnaao at the Bar-
celona, with partner Mignoa. Barry in-jgmiBy had a stadio at the
Hollywood Beach hotel.
-Mrs Samuel Khnii. wife of The Jewish Ftaridaaa* colnmnut and
natsoealry-kncw-. marriage cooBselor. sobbed for her spouse at the re-
ce-t meeting of marriage counselors in New York. Mr. K. is recov-
ering rapidly from a recent ilkam
Jack Spencer aad Dan Raskin adding a novel note to their dinner '
Jance for 100 guests on Dec. 7. Before they gather at Tony Sweet's.
B tour the new Mt. Sinai Hospital
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BOTH SIDES OF THE BAY: Tat O Bnen. the movie and stage star
of long standing, stirring a-berncar* of laughs aa the "Father of the
Bnde." the comedy based on Edward Street's
through Dec. 13 at Cocat Grove Playhouse.
hit tan, being held Suadoy afternoon at 230 at
Dino." a new drama deabag with juvenile dclaaoucnty The parts
lable are Duo. the lead, ages IB through 30. and the ynnagrr bro-
there. U through IB. mother aad father, Italian type, aad the other two
sale parts, the psycho-therapist aad parole
types of teen-agers are needed for minor parts m the
The pUy .'u be a Ruth Foreman stage adaptation of the
T\" drama which starred Sal Miaeo.
The FeiwainebJeew La Rande pre sent ing two
Johrt- Dtuxnd and the veteran and ehveyt
The fourth edition of "Havana Manh Gras. *t the third
birthday" c* tbe excitmg Laun Aaaencan revae at the Lucerne gets
-nder way aboat Dee. 23. with many new faces, pans Diosa CosteBb. the
perennial star in all new songs aad routines.
I raovae with plenty of -raw aaeaf drama. "They Came to Cor-
I hn." has opened at the Canb. Miami aad Miracle, starring a bevy of
XK-efbce magnets: Gary Cooper. Rita Hayworth. Van Hefba. Tab
fmrer and Richard Coate. Treason, cowardate aad sex .what erne was
La Hayworth around', accelerate the action.
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LOBBYING: Lillian Goiden. formerly of the Carillon, has swuched
o the Balmoral catermg department.
Dave Levmaon hack w has executive post at the Algiers after a bag
*g summer at has Tamarack Lodge m the r.wa. ninoaai has nan
n Chuck Poaner aad Dave Keen. s -m f
Now that tbe movie a ready far a tang ma here, one of the kosher
may feature Ben-Burring oa the
3e neveL anyway.
The DeaovtBe. aad its aBaed hotehv gets haaf
way wuh the Rai Brothers aad Coasne Frances dome the
lay week.
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artists.
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rember 4, 1959
Irody Now
Lepselter
[p.m. double ring candle
nony on Saturday, Nov.
|e Fontainebleau hotel,
ae M. Brody. daughter of
srSam Brody, 629 -N.
became the bride of fr-
itter, son of Mr. and Mrs.
letter, 9172 Emerson avc.
an Kronish, of Temple
Dm, Dr. Irving Lehrman,
Emanu-El, officiated.
Ian was Allen Abelson,
|-law of the groom. Ush-
Joseph Feinberg, Fred
lack Lear, jr., and Burton
I'of honor was Mrs. Allan
lister of the groom. Maid
[was Brenda Broidy, sis-
bride. Bridesmaids were
Iwartz and Arline Tarshis.
ttara Litt was in charge of
book.
|de is a graduate of Mi-
ch High School, and re-
^er degree in education
University of Miami. She
president and treasurer
I Phi Epsilon social soror-
pselter is a graduate of
each High School, attend- 1
Iniversity of Florida, and
^ber of Tau Epsilon Pi so-
nity.
ide selected a traditional
[gown of peau de soie, fea-
alencon lace top, long
reembroidered with seed
nd iridescents. The bouf-
^t terminated in a chapel
IT five-tiered French illu-
from a crown of seed
Bie carried white orchards,
Mis and lily-of-the-valley
pitf satin Bible, belonging
room's mother, which she
[her wedding day.
lion and formal dinner fol-
the Fontainebleau.
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Marilyn Levitt became
irton Lowell Shavell in 2
|rc-monies at Beth David
ue on Thanksgiving Day,
ly, Nov. 26. Rabbi Yaakov
|rg officiated,
[ide is the daughter of Mr.
Leon M. Levitt, 2518 SW
The groom's parents are
Sph Shavells, 2195 SW 25th
of honor for her sister-
ras Mrs. David Levitt. Miss
Levitt was maid of honor
[sister. Bridesmaid was Miss
Kimler. Miss Barbara
the bride's cousin, was
bridesmaid. Flower girl was
Ide's cousin, Renee Kahn,
other cousin, Michael Soule,
igbearer.
man was Marvin Gross-
Ind Michael Harrison acted
fer.
bride chose a floor-length
If imported white lace, fea-
jleg o'mutton sleeves, high
le. and chapel-length train.
Ve-tiered long tulle veil fell
le dress train, and the head-
pvas a pearled crown. She
two white orchids on a
book.
fwed Mrs. Shavell is a
|te of Miami Senior High
alumnae of Omega Delta
frority, and a member of Na-
fCouncil of Jewish Women.
[Shavell attends the Univer-
Miami, where he is affilia-
th Tau Delta Phi and Delta
Pi.
pwing the reception at Beth
the couple left on a tour of
Ardmore
MRS. IRrVfN LEPSELTER
Glossermans
Off to Sicily
Miss Patricia (Pam) Silverman
and Ens. Norman Glosserman ex-
changed yedding vows on Thanks-
giving Day, Nov. 26, at the Diplo-
mat Country Club. Rabbi Yaakov
Rosenberg officiated at the 6:30
p.m. ceremony.
The bride is tne daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Peter Silverman, 86 Bay
Heights dr., Miami. The groom is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. M. L Glos-
serman and the late Mrs. Frances
Glosserman, Lockhart, Tex.
Matron of honor was Mrs. James
Solomon. Bridesmaids were Mrs.
Ralph Davidson, Mrs. Jay Marks,
Miss Charlotte Bestner and Miss
Linda Rifkin. Miss Joy Silverman
was junior bridesmaid.
Mr. Glosserman was best man
for his son. Ushers included Second
Lt. Mickey Hurst, Second Lt. Bill
Elfenbein, Jimmy Sokol, Jay
Marks, Ralph Davidson, Tom Wit-
tenberg, Jack Schuster and Dick
Silverman.
The bride chose an ice green silk
satin gown with scoop neckline and
bouffant skirt. She is a graduate
of Miami Senior High School and
a student at Sophie Newcomb Col-
lege.
Mr. Glosserman is a graduate of
Tulane University.
The will reside in Sigonella,
Sicily.
Gertler. Olin
Betrothal Told
Judge and Mrs. Charles Gertler,
1590 Bay dr., announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Susan Joy,
to Peter Olin.
Miss Gertler attended Syracuse
University, where she was a mem-
ber of Phi Sigma Sigma social so-
rority, and worked on the staff of
the yearbook and the Daily Orange
newspaper. She is presently at-
tending the University of Miami.
Mr. Olin, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Olin, 840 Byron ave., re-
ceived his degree from Clarkson
College and spent three years of
commissioned service in the U.S.
Navy. He is associated with Dan-
iel Rice and Company.
A February wedding is planned.
Werner-Kahn
MRS. MARTIN SHAVELL
MISS OLAOTS GEWERTZ
Bretton, Colsky
Plan for Jan. 31
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Bretton, of
Ellwood City, Pa., announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Dana, to Oscar Colsky.
The groom-to-be is the son of
Mrs. Sam Colsky, 730 Sistina ave..
Coral Gables, and the late Mr. Col-
sky.
Miss Bretton is a graduate of
Chatham College and the D. T.
Watson School of Physiatrics.
Her fiance attended Memphis
State College, and is a graduate
of the University of Tennessee
College of Pharmacy.
The couple plan a Jan. 31 wed-
ding in Pittsburgh, Pa.
Miss Gewertz
Eyes Jan. 24
Mr. and Mrs. N. Archie Gewertz,
1410 Alton ct., announce the en-
gagement of their daughter,
Gladys, to Murray Richards.
The bride-elect graduated from
Miami Beach High School, and at-
tended the University of Florida.
Her fiance was a student at New
York University.
The couple will be married Jan.
24 at Temple Beth Sholom.
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Appeal for 'Grandmothers'
An appeal for volunteer "Grand-
mothers" to assist in preparing lit-
erature kits for the March of
Dimes was made this week By W.
C. (Cliff) Herrell, Dade county
March of Dimes director. The kits
contain information for Dade
"Mothers" who will take part in
the new March of Dimes against
crippling birth defects, arthritis
and polio. Headquarters of the
Grandmothers' project will be the
Miami Woman's Club.
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Florida region, B'nai B'rith
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Camp Owaissa Bauer, Naranja,
Fla., Dec. 27 to 31, it was announc-
ed by Jack Fink, chairman of the
Greater Miami BBYO board of di
rectors.
Theme of the convention will be
"Jewish Values and World Pro-
gress," and the keynote speaker
will be Rabbi Herbert Baumgard,
spiritual leader of Temple Beth
Am. Some 150 members of the
BBYO, representing cities through-
out Florida, will review current
world, national, and local issues in
their roles as future and present
citizens of Jewish communities of
the American scene.
Leading the conference will bo
Florida Stoto prosldont of Aloph
Zadik Aloph, Alan Bartel, Miami,
and Toby Grossman, also of Mi-
ami, B'nai B'rith Girls. Conven-
tion coordinators aro Mitcholl
Sandweiss, for AZA, and Gail
Fisher, BBG.
In addition to the basic program
of the convention, various contests
will be held.
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9-Jmlsi>ncrl(Mcw
Friday.
J$ar JMitzsalt
"Corsage for You" is a new feature of The Jewish Floridian
A corsage is free for the asking and wiH be presented to eacn
mother of a Bar or Bas Mitzvah For details on how to rece.ve
your free corsage see story. Page 3-A.
Melvin Kati
Rabbi Irving Lehrm.in will offi-
ciate at the Bar Mitzvah of Mat-
\in Eugene Katz on Saturday
norninc Dec. 5, in Temple Emanu-
XI.
Melvin is the >on of Mr. and Mrs.
Alfred K. Katz. attea
^rade at Nautilus Jurs: >r Mich, anil
as school at Temple Emanu
B
Reception will be held in his hon-
or, at the Katz home.

J.Hray Grwtin
Bar Mitzvah of Jeffrey Robert
Saul Hoffman
Bar Mitzvah oi Saul PhiU p BatT-
man will take place dunns Satur-
day momins services. Dec. 5. ot
Temple Emanu-El. Dr. Irvine
Lehman will officiate.
Saul is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Lawrence Hoffman. He is in eighth
grade at Nautilus Junior High, and
Is Temple Emanu-El reLg-
school.

Samuel Harm
Rabbi Alfred Waxman will offi
ciate and Cantor Jacob Goklfarb
will chant the liturgy at the Bar
Mitzvah of Samuel Ronald Hams
nesin will take place at Ajrudata Satur-ay. Dec S. in Temple Zion
Ml Hebrew Institute on Satur-
Dec 5. Rabbi Isaac Km
ate.
Jeffrey is the son of Mr and Mrv
..*ard Gnesin. 1TS0 Norm.-.
:r He a th grade at Nauti-
Junior High, and attends Agu-
dath Israel religious school.
Reception in his honor will fol
low the Bar Mitzvah ceterr.

M.cHa.l Schulrwr
Samuel who is the son of Mr
and Mrs Morns J Hams. 4T SW
10h ter.. will also receive the Ner
Tam.d Boy Scout Award during
the ceremony.
Samuel is a patrol leader of
Troop 3U8. sponsored by the West
Miami Post of the Jewish War Vet-
erans. He is a graduate of Temple
Zion religions school and in eighth
grade at West Miami Jasuor High.
in the Bar M::zvah *
Temple Judea will be the site of honor w.H be hostee! :ims
familv at the conerosaon oi the
mra
he Bar Mitzvah of Michael Schu:
ner on Saturday. Dec. 5 Rabbi service.
Morns Shop and Cantor Herman
eb will officiate.
M.chael is the son of Mr and
Mrs Seymour Schulner. He
-ade at Ponce de Leon
r High, and has attended Shore
Temple Judea religious school for Dec !
Richard Friedman
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of
Richard X. Fnedman in Xorth
Jewish Center Saturday.
years-
Out-of-town guests will
Nidney Schulner. Michael's ancle
K.cHard is the son of Mr. and
include Mrs. Leonard Fnedman. 77*5 Car-
lyle ave He is in the graduating
and Mr and Mrs Bernard Schu class of the Center, and attends
man. ,f \, ty; and Mr. Nautilus Junior High.
Mrs. Mitchell Barr. Orlando,
Waiter FlMM
Walter D FUste will become
Bar Mitzvah during S a t a r d a y
.onrniag services. Dec. 5. of Xorth
Share Jevish Tenter Rabbi Mayer
\bramowiu will officiate
Marc Kisaj
Marc Alan King, son of Mr. and
Mrs Harry King. 1125 NE 176th
No Miami Beach, was Bar
Mitzvah daring Saturday laarntag
semces. Xot. 21. of MontieeUo
Part Jewish Center. Rabbi Max
Lipsehitx officiated.
Mire is .a student at Xorth Mi
Walter is the son of Mr and Mrs.' ami Beach Jozuor High and
'mag Flaste. 7251 AdTentare ave cello Park rcticaaai school.
Ac is a student ta the religious Party ta his honor was head Sat
chool of the Center, and attends urday evening at the Jewish War
Ma. Hit Veterans Hall
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Continued from Pago IB
parents for the second time with
the birth of Daniel Ely to their
children. Shlomo and Sara Bian-
co. in Chicago^ U^ nm..i
joins' Droiner Nathan Moshe* .
The Standlans were unable to at-
tend the Bris due to Mr. Btad-
lan's surgery at Mt. Sinai Hos-
pital Another daughter.
Adinah Ruth, is a senior at Mi-
ami Beach High School ... A
son, Emanuel. is on the staff of
Columbia Univ. Presbyterian
Hospital in New York, where he
lives with his wife, Aviva.

Mr. and Mrs. Reuben (Lillian>
Horowitz, of Gotham Town,-open
ing their winter residence at
9549 Byron ave. Early ar-
rival this year was to attend the
engagement reception of Joan
Fader, daughter of the Herbert
Gutmans. and the Bar Mitzvah
of Skippy Feiner. son of Mr. and
Mr*. Raymond E, Feiner, both
of which occurred last week-
end .
It didn't take more than a day
for Mr. and Mrs, Horowitz to
get into the swing of things .
They joined the Leon Kayes for
Thanksgiving dinner, and just
twenty-four hours later Lillian
joined the canasta game of Mai
zie Newmark, Mitzie Weiss and
the rest of her Friday gang .
Add to Birth Front: Aaron
Randall, born to Mr. and Mrs.
Gerald (Carole) Miller, of Miami.
Nov. 28 at Doctors Hospital .
Aaron joins his sisters. Sheree
Gay. 4, and Karen Joy, 2 .
Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
Alfred Gottesman and Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Miller Great
is Mrs. Rosella
all of Miami.
at Londoo'i
P" AW"
"' of Rim,
Miami Beatk
>* with tk, -^
Aba. aodJuMajv,
water dr., ,r^(
here.
Outoandmj -
Berr-stem. dzi
Mrs. Bernard I
[m s: A j^
N" u a pan3
-rfinic:--l ^7"
Miami Medial Sob.
oone laboraiorj _!
irch .. .Sati
youngest penm
such a reseirea
I t summer, she i
for a six-aeez a
for comparatnti
versity CoDe* i
Jamaica hi
eer researck KahH
virus diagnostic at
was also cbtaen a I*
the Senior Girl Soa|
Colorado Sprisgi,Q|
is her lltkyearai
Sisterhood
Temple Betk An I
hi U :'- BWafal
Wednesday aoaz e fajB
Auditnr.um. Mrs. Bcraj]
charge of the.
due* a Breakfast'
tail" fashtoa skat w|
Schaeffer Faskaai 1
Mile Chairaua ai thfl
Morton Scaaea.
a M as
V a
Watlal Batort aa)
SWAT ar
Footnotes: Mrs. David Phillips
sporting gold hone ta match stun
rung gold and while outfit .
Out of a gold Cadillac, too? .. .
Believe'it or Nat Dept.: Mrs.
MaxweD (Bee) Hyman home from
a four-week trip to New York
and Washington, daring which
tiaae she dadn't play a single
round of canasta or lift one amah
jongg tile .
Bernard and Sytna Mrestone
collecting 111811 mm far t"TT"'g
ia Naaaaa They're going to
have a weOaeaervaw vacation
according ta Sylvia, hat she's
arach to do that they
need a welVdeaerved rest
they gM hack .. .
Art Brans, ce-owaei of Miami
Sprang* Vilas. will he an inter
aafima.il hntetoiaa anon, when
he's elected la the hoard of di-
rectors of the aew Skyways hotel
They Represent 1.1
Re?reentJa|"a|i
uiary A Mt Sinai'.
annual Assa. of FUn)
i.-^s coafereatl
ville thj week art!
kow itt, presahat Mn I
Ma'.hes. vice preaaw.
Edaird Rota. nBa|
dent Mrs Matks sil
the board of'
ida Hospital Xanana*'
fofsy Uut Saw*
Miami Woawa> Mai
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GERYRUOE R1BLA,
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cember 4, 1959
**>'/#' Flcrirf^r,
Pane 11-8
i .13
'Father of the Bride' Traces Exhausted
Dad as Daughter Skips Down the Aisle
-
V A
ight are Toby Wing, Dennis Kennedy and Pat O'Brien
ier of the Bride" now playing at the Coconut Grove
ise.
ai .i
"Faflfer of the Bride," by Caro
line Francke, based on the best-
selling novel by Edward Streeter,
opened at the Coconut Grove Play-
house Tuesday 'evening for two
weeks.
Starring is Pat O'Brien. Other
leading parts of the bride, her
groom-to-be, and mother will be
played by Karyn Kupcinet (daugh-
ter of columnist Irv Kupcinet);
Trent Dolan, who was in "Summer
and Smoke;" and Toby Wing.
Cast also includes Dennis Ken-
nedy, Grace Collette, Jerry LeRal
and Jeannette Randall.
"Father of Hi* Bride" is the
hilarious story of a wedding, a
riotous series of incidents that
occur in one particular family
from the time the daughter an-
nounces her engagement, begins
to plan her wedding, gather her
trousseau, list her presents, and
try to trim down the overwhelm-
ing list of guests, up to the mo-
ment when the ceremony itself
is to begin, with the bride's fa-
ther so exhausted, and bankrupt,
that he can barely escort his
I daughter down the aisle.
These incidents are based on a
real-life experience of the author.
Edward Streeter, a prominent
banker, who as a youthful soldier
in World War I wrote another best-
seller, "Dere Mabel," has with a
few changes related what actually
happened to him when his daugh-
ter, Claire, became engaged and
made her plans to marry a young
army aviator.
Pat O'Brien, one of his profes-
sion's most awarded actors, has
appeared in over a dozen Broad-
way hits including "My Three An-
gels," "The Front Page," "The
Loud Red Patrick," "Danger,"
"Overture," "The Up and Up" and
"Tenth Avenue, Gertie."
The production, directed by Owen
Phillips, will play through Dec. 13,
with Mondays off and Sunday night
performances at 7:30. Matinees
are still at 1:30 Wednesdays and
Saturdays.
Schedule Chatwka Workshop
Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood of
Congregation Monticello Park will
hold its monthly meeting Wednes-
day evening at Monticello Park
Jewish Center."Chaniika' workshop
is scheduled with the PTA.
KENNETH SMITH
ALBERT Da COSTA
Icryworth, Tab Hunter and Richard Conte star with Gary
L in "They Came to Cordura," an adventurous story of
fexican border war, now at the Carib, Miami and Mir-
iheatres. ___
loll to Speck At Youth Meet
oe Hall, superintendent of
lie County Board of Public
|k>n, has been announced as
speaker for the sixth an-
em-age conclave of the
Miami Jewish Community
ponclavc, the theme of which
jes of Today's Teens," will
at the Sans Souci hotel
from noon to 5 p.m. Co-
|en of this year's event are
.Stone and Leonard Wolfer.
Rail will be the main speaker
luncheon, which opens the
^e. Over 300 delegates from
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teen-age clubs representing four
different branches of GMJCC in
Dade county will be in attendance.
Other participants in the pro-
gram will be Isidore B. Simkowitz,
GMJCC president, Efraim H. Gale,
GMJCC executive director, and
Emanuel Tropp, assistant direc-
tor.
Following the luncheon, the del-
egates will attend workshops based
on the conclave theme. Such top-
ics as "Teen-age Marriage," "Sta-
tus Seeking," "You and Your Par-
ents," and "Standards of Behavior
at Social Functions" are among
those being presented.
After the workshop, there will be
a dance in the Blue Sails room.
Charm Editor in Talk
Edith Applebaum, Jewish Flor-
idian columnist, will be guest
speaker at a meeting of the South
Florida Alumni Club of Rho Pi
Phi, international pharmaceutical
fraternity. The dinner meeting, to
be held jointly with the ladies'
auxiliary, is set for Wednesday
evening at the Saxony hotel. Miss
Applebaum will discuss "Charm
!for Two Genders."
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Games Kight Tuesday
Miami Beach chapter of the Jew-
ish National Home for Asthmatic
Children will hold a game night
at Kneseth Israel on Tuesday at
8 p.m.
Women to Hear Speaker
Board of directors of the Wom-
en's Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai Hospital
will meet Friday morning in the
Memorial room of the hospital.
Mrs. William Herrick Bernstein,
chairman of education, has ar-
ranged for Dr. Philip Samet to
speak on "Cardiac Research."
All-Wagner Fair
At UM Concert
The third pair of the University
of Miami Symphony Orchestra con-
certs will present an all-Wagner
program Sunday and Monday at
Miami Beach and Dade County
Auditoriums, with three interna-
tionally-known soloists Gertrude
Ribla, soprano, Albert Da Costa,
tenor, both of the Metropolitan
Opera Company, and Kenneth
Smith, bass-baritone.
In addition to the three guest
artists, conductor Fabien Sevitzky
has selected three young Miamians
Natalie Pomeroy, lyric soprano,
Salwa Merrige Abrams, mezzo-
soprano, and Flora Previn Ler-
man, contraltofor the roles of
the Rhine Maidens in this pro-
gram.
"The Nibelung Ring, which will
be sung entirely in English and
will be presented for the first time
at these concerts, contrasts the
two powers which rule the world,
the power of love and the power of
gold, with the underlying elemen*
behind the struggle between good
and evil.
Sevitzky has personally trans-
cribed Wagner's four dramatic
music dramas, "The Rhinegold,"
"The Valkyrie," "Siegfried," and
"The Twilight of the Gods," into a
summary without changing the
original composition.
,Ver Tamid Sisterhood
Temple Ner Tamid Sisterhood
will sponsor a "member-bring-a-
member" luncheon at the home of
Mrs. William Harris, 1316 Bicayne
dr., Surfside, on Thursday noon,
Dec. 10. Luncheon will be catered
by Mrs. Charles Raab. Vice presi-
dent in charge of membership is
Mrs. Carlton Blake. Co-chairman
is Mrs. Yvette Silberger.
Barrymore film Slated
Test shots made by John Barry-
more for a proposed film of "Ham-
let" will be featured on the second
program of the "Movie Making"
series at the Miami Public Library
on Dec. 10 at 8 p.m. Free tickets
are required for admission, and
they are available on Monday, 6
p.m., at the Main Library as long
as they last.
LEiAL NOTlCt
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE i- 11i-.Ki.i;i GIVEN that
ned, desiring to engage In
business unuer the llctulous name of
EMERALD APARTMENTS at 740
r&aruin* a.ve., aiiam; beach intends
to reicisur said name with (he
of ill. i i.i.i. Court "f '<
p In. e.a
BESSIE B. KAPLAN. Owner
HARR1 /.. K..U..UK
Attorney for Owner
neoln ltd.. .Miami Beach
IS I-UJ8-J5
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiiimr to encage m
under the fictitious name of
l.IiKY AMl'SEMENT CO. at llu
s w -Hi Aiv, Intends to re
aid nun.- with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Cour' of Pauls Cn'inty. Fiorina.
LAZARUS SKOI.NICK
U I-11-S18-M
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bit Ma ties
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COMPANY, INC.
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rfridential commercial
Industrial alterations
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MORRIS FREIDIN
70. of IIMS NE :Mt ave died Nov. t.
He was retired real estate man who
same heTe five y* ago rrom tin
B.....x. W.T. Burvlytoj are Ws wife.
. ami tin"' son-'. lrJf' .,'""
,,, A|,.<. Bsrvlcea were Nov. soat
Itlveriide Memorial Chapel. .N'i
,..ndy Isle, with burial In Ml. W*bO
i' mt u'iy,
CHARLES I. MINKOFF
79 of 3643 8W 17th St.. died Nov -b.
He Jams here fWe years ago from
N,.u York. Surviving; are his "ft.
lonme two daughters. Including
Mr. Gertrude Behmtekj two none and
11 uranclrhlldreii. Services were Nov.
2, with burial In Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
BEN SILVERSTEIN
70 retired dress manufacturer, died
\,\v -:,. He lived at 905 Rue Ven-
,,._ Bnd "-- 'rom Chicago .
EUverslde Memorial Chapel, Hormandj
isle, with burial in Mt. BUM Ceme-
tery. ___________
MRS. PAULINt FIREMAN
G2 of 312 Ocean dr.. died N iV. 25. Sh
n,re II years ago from New
and :i- a member of Betl.
Jacob Synagogue, ttirylving- Is a
daughter, Mrs. I.llllan l.lebhaber. one
son, four grandohfWren, and two
reat-grandcnlldren. Services were
\,n U at Riverside Memorial Cha-
el. VY TOder si. with burial In
New York.
KALMAN HURWITZ
si of 1001 7th st.. died Nov. Mi Hi
,-a'ine Horn New York 14 years ago,
and was a retired painter. Surviving
are his wife. Mary; BOS, KM: and two
crandchlldren. A daughter, Mrs. Mar-
tha Holsteln. died Nov. 9. Services
were Nov. 25 at Gordon rimer;.'
Home, with burial In Mt. Nebo Ceme-
tery.
came from Chicago
vears ago, Survivors Include two ,
eousfns and two nephews. Services >
w.re Nov. 2!> at Riverside Memorial
Chapel Normandy Isle.
DR. MAURICE O.BASSCTT
-.9 of UBS Marseille dr., died Nov. *.
H; ,..,. her. seven years o Imm .
Cleveland, and was a retired physi-
cian Surviving are his wife. Klta,
d- ughter Mrs. Barbara Herschey; sor
an three bi-others. Services were
* 27 at Riverside Memorial Cha-
nel Washington ave.. with burial In
Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
JOSEPH PELZ ,.
-,2 of 72r. NE 24th St.. died Nov 26.
He came here 17 years ago from New
York and was a cashier at the Cen-
tra itank and Trust Co. Snrvtv ng are
" daughter. Mrs- Gloria '^"n-tt. ami
=i brother. S,
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rOUNO'S APARTMENTS al IMS
Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach Intends
I.....fister said name with the Cleric
of the Circuit Court of Bade County.
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(a New Yo-k Corp.)
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PRESS al 1934 B.W. Hth Street, Miami
intends ti. register eald names with
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iber 4, 1959 *'Jenisti fkridtrin I icirwiin \jonrsy h d^J jaunt Page 7-F [that many of you took Ige of the opportunij-ecent Home Show at Auditorhim to see om Trend kitchen Hotpoint. We ipeciiltnHaleillilil ation of the Florida Power and Light Company and the Hotpoint Division of General Electric. Kitchen equipment that looks like furniture, has all the little things oae dwat abort, fta tare* ftirnit—c ffiamii that can't he rnaed, pemh button panel controls that are easy to operate, M modem electric range with the new furniture look, [walnut and chrome accents. IBIKUR CHOLIM KOSHER CONVALESCENT HOME NON PROFIT — NON-SECTARIAN SUPPORTED BY YOUR COMMUNITY }tr\ct Supervision of the Orthodox Vnnd Hakashruth ot Florida Rabbi Dr. Isaac H. Ever, Director 24-HOUR NURSING — DOCTORS ON CALL METS OBSERVED — CONGENIAL SURROUNDINGS UN EQUIfMlHJ t fUBNISHINGS FIKWOOf BUHDING llins Avt. Ph. JE 2-3571 Miami Beach vor during the cooking process. Atop the barbecue pit and to advanced-design products for the homes of tomorrow that are actually available for the homes today—this was the substance of the show. %  Hrobably one of the most popular models for this area will be Hotpoint \s new barbecue center. It is ideal for the indoor-outdoor type of living that we Floridians are noted for. For the homes with the enclosed pools, these barbecues are the answer to the question of what to cook for all the company—and it makes the cooking a pleasure. For example, getting a charcoal fire started and then waiting at least half an hour before the coals are hot enough to cook on -** % %  Js*e -your guests famish. d-afd"lhe hosts rather worn. The fcarhecoe center features a BOW owateaation barbecue-broil rotnserie pit with a 6,000-watt 'Calrod" unit that's ready to cook in 60 seconds. • • THE "Calrod" unit is imbedded in ceramic, and is automatically lowered or raised as desired. For foods that require thorough cooking, you lower the unit, for the steak that is seared on the outside and rare on the inside, you raise the unit. Best of all you can still have that delicious hickory or smoke flavor. There is a small atomizer sealed inside that may be filled with any of the commercially prepared liquid products to treat the food's flaBinders Make Home in Miami Mr. and Mrs. William W. Binder will reside at 700 NE 29th tor.. Miami, following a short honeymoon trip. The former Miss Linda Gail Cogen exchanged wedding vows with the son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Binder, 829 Venetian Way, in noon ceremonies on Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, Nov. 26. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Cogen, 4404 No. Bay rd., Miami Beach; Mrs. Gerard F. Binder was matron of honor. Best man was Gerard F. Binder. The bride chose a simple gown of ivory French silk faille with sweep train. She wore a mantilla of ivory lace. Newlywed Mrs. Binder is a graduate of Miami Beach High, attended Simmons College, and currently is a student at the University of Miami. Mr Binder graduated from the George School and Wharton School of Commerce and Finance at the University of Pennsylvania. He served in the Air Force, and is president of Binder-Baldwin Piano Company of Miami. the back is a plug^in rotisserie with a 60-minute timer. This automatic rotisserie is removable when you wish to broil. The pit is self-cleaning, and has a hood which conceals an exhaust fan and illumination system. To the rigblMJhjejjlt are tour surface units which are used for cooking all the other things that go along with a barbecue. The entire center has a push button panel control. So there can be no problem about which buttons to push for each cooking unit, Hotpoint uses a different colored center in each unit, and has made the pushbutton controls in the matching color. • • • THE Swedish modern electric range has the furniture look, utilizing walnut and chrome accents. The walnut is hand-rubbed, and by a special silicone process is made resistant to strains. The oven door is built with a large window to see at a glance how your cake or roast is progressing. For easy cleaning, the "pullup" door is an unusual featureit comes off for instant cleaning. This particular unit is designed to be used for an island where desired. The wiring can go through the leg, with no electric cords to worry about. The open surface units allow accessibility for cooking on all three sides. These are but a few of the many interesting new devices to make cooking easier—and in a most fashionable manner. The Florida Power and Light Com pany has all the details, along with any of the Hotpoint dealer. in this area. • • • |u|RS. Sheldon Kay, regional %  vice president of Women's American ORT, is relaxing after the group's bazaar held Nov. 28 and 29 at the Hibiscus Auditorium. Her husband and Harold Moss have just completed their latest endeavor — the $3,000,000 Westchester Shopping Plaza. The team of Kay and Moss will begin construction this fall on a million-dollar Westchester Cabana Club, to feature a huge "tripool" with two swimming pools and a separate "diving well" moulded into one of the court try's most unique projects. The club will be on Tamiami Trail and SW 86th ave. • • • JUST a reminder about on ** Holiday Fashion Supplement due soon. We hope all of your many organizations have sent in their schedules of major social activities so we may list them for you. In that way you can plan your wardrobe, schedule rotation of your gowns, and schedule buy ing where it is necessary to fil: in. Give the traditionally royal gift to the queen of your heart what richer tribute could you give than a beautiful fur. Come in and select a regal gift for her! Priced from f 175 Plus UI |moNS PNGS, ^S AAITZVAHS PERSONALIZED STATIONERY, MATCHES, NAPKINS, ETC. An Ideal Chanuka Gift HAWAII It. SCIIER ALL YOUR PRINTING NEEDS WING, EMBOSSING, PERSONALIZED ||NG & COMMERCIAL Phone HI 4-4602 IS IT POSSIBLE TO GET A GOOD DRY CLEANING JOB IN ONE HOUK? %  man guarantees that not only will it be a good job, bat Hi* HEST DRY CLEANING YOU EVER HAD (Regardless of Price). Including DRAPES SLIP COVERS SUITS $1.00 PLAIN DRESSES $1.25 lEEDMAN'S CLEANERS 2922 Coral Way, Miami, Florida MONDAY thru SATURDAY 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Fur Shop 16 Miracle Mile, in Coral Gables &Yjmpstiianw | rnr'ff^^ COSMO LLOYD ORCHESTRA latin American Mutic-Music far Pr/vafa Parlies, Conventions and Shows 345 N.W. 134th STREET Phono MU 1-0734 Werner-Kahn MKS. WHIM* BINDER CANTORIAL BAAL TFILAH Baal Koran, Shamoa, Mashgiech. Exparianca in all fields. Saeks portion in modarn Orthodox, Conaarvafiva, ayn agogua, canlar, inatitufion, hotel. Sir* .1., will travel. Writa SOL SIEGEl. 643 COLLINS AVE., M.S. e/o ETHEL. CORAL GABLES CONVALESCENT HOME "A friendly and Gentle Atmosphere for Those Yw love" A NEW HOME DESIGNED TO CARE FOR ELDERLY, CHRONICALLY ILL AND CONVALESCENTS 24-HOUR REGISTERED NURSING SERVICE Special Dlete Strictly Obaerved. Prlvata Bathrooms. Air-Conditioned Spacious Grounds, Patio. Swimming Pool, Planned Activities ALL ROOMS ON GROUND FLOOR Reasonable Rates Brochure on Request Ferdinand H. RosenthaL Director-Owner Former Ae't. Dir. Mt. Sinai Hospital Director, Jewish Home for the Aged Cleveland, Ohio Plttaburgh, Pa. 7060 S.W. 8th Street Miami. Fla. Phone MO 6-8826



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Page 14-A +Jenls*rk)rk&*ii Frid a?. Dtctafc^ Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDitW A New Note in the Beauty of a Poet's Enviro IDYLLS. By David Shimoni. With an Essay en the PoLJ>y, Joseph .Klaujner. 193 pp. Jerusalem: Youth and Hechalutz Department of the Zionist Organization. A T THE TIME of his death in 1956. Russian-born Da** vW Shimoni had been in Palestine for over thirty \o.irs. The idylls, for whieh he won an Israeli lit' award, were written during the twenties and thirtuv Shimoni was an innovator: in his hands the idyll was transformed from the characteristic bucolic celcbr of nature into an ecloaue that hiJt s passion w.ihui its placidity; tragedy lurks behind the green trees and bitterness flows beneaih the bright Btreaakt. Were it not for the dominant nationalism and the looking at the land like a lover. Sh.moni"s poems would nearly be epics, for they sing of the ds of the pioneers, of the inner triumph of dedication in the face of harshness and hardship. .-_ „,-.> .^ The three idylls in this volume belong to the later period of Shimoni's use of the form; the third one, in fact, the poet had pushed so far from the traditional rustic tranquillity that he himself called it a poem, rather than an idyll. "In the Hedera Forest" tells of a group of wood cutters: young Naphtali. happy Berel. the boy from the banks of the Don, Ben Artii, and the old, bearded Pinchas. Into the beauty of the en\ironment and the pride in their work, a new note slowly intrudes, as the memories of the men are reil sorrow in their joy. and the land holds shadows as well as salvation. "A Memorial." (also known as "The Monument") follows somewhat the same pattern. The hero, Katriel, is a pioneer of simple goodness; he does not want to be is malir N*l#t wne/it ng > sacrifice in mmi— t behind nothing but !" S i ? ,,k N allows un nv..l. Cru *andh2 told he \*bxo_he ground that swallows up river. „ tears and blood with nothing u, "ho. ,1" %  g£ P en tr edy strikes Katnelhk.7 "*$ childbirth, and the desire for marb'lP *• her grave becomes so strong that he | piece of ground that he has been tilluig 2?fc£. self out as a night watchman for an MaW-i?' there be is killed by a thief's bull* Thuf^ not even the slightest touch of Western. must be aUowed to interfere with the hVLand; commitment must be to.al-or d? idyll, as one can see. buildup i Between You and Me: BORIS SMOLAR Community Center Executive Tells the Story %  HAVE BEEN receiving numerous letters from all parts of the country commenting on my column early this month in which I asked why about 30 percent of the Community Centers affiliated with the Jewish Welfare Board had lost membership. Also why there has been a tremendous decline in the proportion of Center members who are beaBSBaSHBaV tween 18 and 24 years, oi age—ine acive Jewish youth. Some of those who have written their letters to me—wellknown figures in American Jewish life — expressed the opinion that the Jewish Community Centers are losing members, included the youth, to the youth, to the synagogue centers. Others asserted that the "Y's" and the Community Centers are losing young members because Jewish youth today has enough money to spend on dancing, athletics and recreation outside of the Community Centers. Still others felt that Jewish adolescents were prevented by their parents from viMting some of the Community Centers because they are located in neighborhoods no longer inhabited by Jews. However, the basic answers to my questions came from the National Jewish Welfare Board, the 'mother organization" of the Jewish Community Centers and YM-YWHAs. Sanford Solender. director of the Jewish Community Center Division of the JWB, was kind enough to send me a three-page letter giving a clear picture of what-is-what in the Jewish Center field today. Why have some Centers lost membership? The JWB director says that only those Centers whose buildings are re fine except where they skirt the edge of located in sections of communities from which Jewish Hardl,,| The last poem. "Dewdrops of th# v-,u. .something interesting; it recalls many SWBWT* M acters present in the earlier Idylls reviwinT,^*! a later perspective, so that her, it is t he jl^T fate, rather than of the past, which provkCtSLS ness as an undercurrent. ,u uitbia| The book is printed in Hebrew and EMUA not competent to judge the translation (doWlil Lask but I have seen Mordeca. Uwtas 1 ^-^ he first poem, and I find i, preferable; nM felicitous in most of its phrasing, and it avoidi.T conscious kind of verbosity which is d^Jj Professor Mausner's essay is rather un** but interesting. The illustrations bv Ludu cancan*. I Overseas Mtwskttor: On Being too Sensitive families have moved have lost members. The drop in membership in certain Centers is due almost exclusively to this circumstance, he emphasizes. Such Centers, he explains, are being aided by the JWB to plan for the future, and this accounts for the major new Center building construction program now underway in many communities. Centers with new facilities located in areas convenient to Jewish families have experienced the greatest membership growth, Solender assures. He points to the fact that during the last ten years overall membership in Jewish Community Centers and in the "Y's" throughout the country has increased 30 percent despite the drop oi membership in a number of localities. He claims that both male as well as female membership has increased in these ten years. Male membership, he says, has increased from 276,000 to 318.000 and female membership from 182,000 to 276,000. The ratio of female to male members has risen because of the expanded program of Center services for women and girls, he explains. It is noteworthy though that the gain in membership ratio is about 62 percent for female and only 15 percent for male memberships. It may also be interesting to note that while ten years ego the male-female ratio of membership was 60-40 toBv niAMII C.iprm day l ,s *"*• indicating that if the same trend continV tLIAHU SALPFlBt ues. female membership will reach and perhaps overtake the male membership. ,„ W hy lus the Proportion of Center members who are 18 24 years of age declined? The JWB director says that this decline is due primarily to the tact that this u the age group most markedly affected by the depression birthrate drop, which sharply decreased the number of ?f" on '" ,hls ge !" K *• population in general. He also attributes the decline to such factors as required milJerusalem IKE MOST human beings, a nation • too, when it is under a prolonged l,ar >' service for persons of this age. increased college en strain begins to lose some of its sense rollment, and early marriage. of proportion. The Jewish people, exposed to centuries of persecution, often loses its e of perspective: a few stones J" thrown by some juvenile delinquents, a chame remarx by some politician in the heat oi an etoction campaign arc easily distorted to evoke the menacing shadow of a new wave of anti^emitism. while the traumatic experience of six million bestially murdered is repressed into the background of national memory. The people of Israel, having lived for eleven years under the stress of Arab attacks, haps.oils and Mocked**, minings and maraudings, sometimes attaches undue importance to minor events while minimizing the importance of others. One of the worst, and perhaps most dangeroui, aspects of this tendency is that sense of uncertainty that crops up whenever there is a strong spontaneous reaction to some outside event. Was the reaction out of proportion to its cause or was it commensurate with the dangers involved? This question could again be asked in connection with the "Renault Affair," dubbed by some local newsmen as "the new Dreyfus affair." Pierre Dreyfus, grandson of the famous Captain Dreyfus, is the general manager of the Renault Company. France's state-owned auto concern. The Renault Company several years ago signed a contract with the Haifa Kaiser-Frazer plant for the assembly of its small cars in Israel. The Arabs reacted by putting Renault on the blacklist closing the Arab markets to the products of the company. For some time. Renault has been negotiating with the Arab boycott office on the conditions for taking the company's name off the blacklist. This was fairly-well-known. Yet, at the beginning of the year Renault had renewed its contract with KaiserFrazer for the supply of parts for the Haifa assembly plant for the year ahead. Then suddenly, a few weeks ago, Renault notified Haifa that it would stop the supply of the parts. The French Foreign Ministry, approached by Israel, washed its hands of the affair. It explained that the Ministry bad nothing to do with the decison of the company, which, though state-owned, is completely autonomous in its economic policies. The company—in a statement issued after several days of hesitation—claimed that when faced with the alternative of a large potential Arab market or a rather limited Israel market, decided to choose the Arab market. nie^mphasiws that the YMCA also reports a sharp H?^ JT'f^ "* ,0 iU memb *"*"P *> this age group more £1„ £ am COr 7 cl '" my understanding 'bat u [J, P* r n of the Center member, are under 14 years of age. which means school children, but he ex I IE ,• .^'V 00 ref,ects ,he currcnt *c'ological t re nd v..?h Lmted ? UteS The soar,n birtn recent years has greatly expanded the number of children in the Population, including the Jewish population, he points out UnHod Nations Listening Post: B Y SAW i Debate With Shukain| United L THI ANNUAL debate of the An*, 1 gee problem here bved up a| [advance billing in all but one na |Predictions had been made thai tad jlelegationg would turn this yearii debate into the unhoiieste'i witnessed at the Us re the Security Council foaWl tent aou aouicaled its responsibility for %  world's peace and security. Those prognostication p correct. With Saudi Arabia's notoriously bitter Ahead kairy leading the cabal, the Arab representative i with unholy glee as the debate approached. Thai Abba Eban—their arch-antagonist for so many yean gone. At .this session, they reckoned, they would i lay the Israeli delegation prostrate. There was cady(j thing wrong with this plan. Israel, having recalled Eban to put him into the %  ical pastures, was not let napping. Great as Ehrn his was net a one-man snow. This year's perfa Israel here proved that point to the hut First, a early weeks of this year's General Assembly, etaM Arthur Lourie proved his mettle. When it came H refugee debate, Israel put its case in the handsejl delegation's deputy chairman, Michael Comay. J may more than proved the Israeli thesis all mr r The result? As soon as the Arab steam hdhM hausted. as soon as the first non-Arabic speitoW to address the 82-man committee coosidenn*r refugee problem—the difference in effect, ben' kairy and Comay. bcarae evident. Almost to aj delegations showed that they considered at spokesman reasonable, the Arab shaker-and-heareri but a windbag. Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN Louis Armstrong Toots His (Spy) Horn r e Washington %  ARABS were disseminating stones this week that American trumpeter Louis Armstrong was actually an Israeli spy. He has been banned from Arab League states. Is there any basis to Arab charges that the Negro jazz idol u the leader of an Israeli espionage network?" %  % %  %  • Perhaps the charges against trumpeter Arm, And T^ZZ\ MmeM W ** Bi0W "* ^i" >SF And a Talmudic commentary revealed that "every note has importance, as every Hern u JZ SE" Th T lmud made known that •'..VbKT first we stand, then we s.t. to confuse Sat vev J .tU^I^ %  ? COuW Armstrong have conseJS 2?J^ ^f W *"• Dorn to *" '*nds? TW breach the walls of "The Sheikh"oftraiy '^ l But Armstrong was more subtle in his hiami. classified intelligence reports r^umancV h77^," weather reports to the Israel Air FotceTy' nUv^ ^.' M '.' Lovl> Day" or "A Fo£ Sy 'HU rendiuonof "Go Back Where Yon Staled KMJS was an order to frontier petrols. ^^^ ^^ w ** 1 Instructions were given Israeli P* !" *^ "One O'Caock Jump." The movements of the i' Nations Emergency Force were foretold W the Saints Go Marching In." ^*| Of Course. "When Its Sleepy Time DowJreferred to conditions in the Negev; "Do* 11 Camp Meeting" to mobilization in the Ne *^-4(rae| Armstrong cleverly reported on '^T^ej relations and the recent cessation of R B f lU *, -f*] sembly operations in Haifa. First he P 1 **" < Si Bon." then "Honey. Don't You Love Me **-| Remember the ship, the Toft.' in the Sues Canal because she carried '"JTjS Armstrong gave explicit instructions !" *,. ^ aj dered "When My Drearoboat Comes H 00 *,,^; lowed up with 'There'll Be Some Changes ^ When Israel Foreign Minister Golds %  %  „ ed to Jerusalem. Armstrong revealed.n* iby offering "Big Mama's Back in T 0 *^,, ^k openly promoted lamigraUon and *by h -l -^.ai Wont You Please Come Home?" '"o '" i# LoveUght Burning." He even had %  Zionist elements: "Someday You U ~ for non-Zionists, "Cant We Be Fnenos The entire DUaport heard •? JJ* MtM. mm v~ .mA "rn Always be *" You." of Ye" and 'TB Always



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Paga 4-B Friday. f twmt k Fl if i A — Ba tumi Yom M c ARRIAGE I Ol.NSELOR ty t^aimm*/ C^. v. A limy laum's NATTONM.IT FAMOCS MABJUVT.S AI-TMOWTT. LKnvua AND All I MB 1 tan You Help to Brinj Long-Broken Families National Council of Jewish Wom•B. lJi NW ard arc, Miami. u MAMRAGC COUNSRCt &AMUR a KUN6 S U. WS CCMUMN WtU M KSUMB) UPON MS MCOVSrY. bold Its m at the hotel Chamka Theme For Hadassah Miami Beach chapter of HadasSHstoaM wrmum will sah have special Chanuka promeetinj on Monday r Itrams prepared for their meetings Hibtsoat A udi tan am Gars Monday er will he Mr? Samaei Z. Sakrais. B'^i prawn Miss M a 11 T e president of the Florida region of Wasbton will pre a hmcheoa for Hadassah. Henrietta Saald Day saoasors Moaday BOOB at the Fontatnebleaa Hnn ii H a Sa*W proa* iU aieet' Monday. 12 30 pan at the Algiers hotel Gaest speaker wJl he Rabm i her nephew. Solly Watfntrm. bora m m ia Gaiatz. Ra ,^ m 59 Ha bat 1147 Seres. • xh7 r? %  eat • ?^ • KLEIN. Farkav WMI Pbh. m IsNfl rad UJUlLrN The free' fDT< d-ffiealty It the asm of oar •%  S car* xsotoa rooo ar *i.Tra. • % %  %  ^B STWS1CT. Mt(.u-<. FVA O* SALE *T ATTMI a -*.t bafiomiH's FLORIDA-FOREMOST DAIRIES FR 4-2*21 A HOLT DAIRY MEAL Ail PWtf| TREAT JUST NEAT "N" EAT ISao< WIIHOK SAUSAfil



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jmber 4, 1959 *Jetfistjfhw/cfMar? Page 3-B Devi life ** ^^^r %  1 As re Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Schwartz receiving citation from r achs (right) at recent meeting at the Seville hotel ati by Israel Stolarsky, national secretary of Histadrut. in the United Jewish Appeal and Israel Bonds, Mr. and bhwartz recently donated an oxygen tent for polio vicough their work in behalf of the Israel Histadrut CornLooking on is Ehiel Lesowoder. Mrs. Henry Seitlin, among original founders of Poale id Pioneer Women, respectively, receive citation in aition of their contribution of a fluoroscope to Histadrut's Holim. The Seitlins are long-time Labor Zionist leaders. GALA FIFTH SEASON :0C0NUT GROVE PLAYHOUSE II 5-2581 3500 Main Hwy. HI 5-2581 Ex. Men. 8:30 Mats. Wad. eV ..Sat. 1:30 lya: 7:30 NOW THROUGH DECEMBER 13 PAT O'BRIEN In "FATHER OF THE BRIDE" by CAROLINE FRANCKE Basad on tha Best'Selling Novel by EDWARD STREETER with Karyn Kupcinet Trent Dolan and TOBY WING ____ PLAYHOUSE RESTAURANT AND COCKTAIL LOUNGE |LUNCHEONS a DINNERS • SUPPERS • COCKTAILS Reservation* Ralph HI 5-2581 Israel Consul Due Sunday Moshc Leshem, Israel Consul for -me -Southeastern wgtorT—Of the United States, will be guest speaker at a Kupat Holim celebration meeting Sunday at the Algiers hotel. Sponsor of the event is the Greater Miami Israel Histadrut Committee. Kupat Holim it tha Histadrut medical organization, with a network of some 200 clinics and hospitals in Israel. Some 1,300,000 persons are annually served through the organization. Most recently, Kupat Holim completed a hospital in Beersheba that now serves the entire Negev area. A former newspaperman, Leshem was called to the diplomatic service of his country to establish the first Israel Embassy in Burma in 1953. He was later named Commissioner General of the Israel Exhibit at the Brussels World's Fair. \For the Best in Honey Cakes .OLLAND HONEY CAKES IONE BETTER. THE GENUINE ALL-HONEY CAKE. FATS or SUGAR. Also WITH or WITHOUT FRUIT. Also Available Without Salt Made by M.LAND HONEY CAKE CO. Holland, Michigan Sponsor Benefit Performance Married Couples Club of Temple Beth Sholom will sponsor a benefit performance of "Porgy and Bess" on Saturday, Dec. 19. Proceeds are for the Temple nursery school. In charge of reservations are Joe Pardo, president, and Mrs. Harry B. Smith, chairman. Benjamin Levin cited for his contribution of a Blood Bank refrigerator now serving the Negev area through a hospital founded by Histadrut. From Far Rockaway, N.Y., Levin is also active in B'nai B'rith and the United Jewish Appeal. Zeigers Operate Ritz Plaza Hotel The Zeiger family, formerly of the Hotel Zeiger in Fallsburg, N.Y., announce that they are now operating the oceanfront Ritz Plaza hotel in Miami Beach. The Zeigers are long-time pioneers in the Catskill Mountains and Miami Beach resort history. The family was among pioneers in the resort area of Fallsburg, N.Y., 46 years ago, and contributed to developing the Catskills into one of the outstanding vacation spots in the country. For -almost half a century, they owned and operated the Hotel Zeiger. More recently, they expanded their activities to Miami Beach, where they own the Tiffany hotel on Collins ave., and where they operated for years the Palm Veg etarian restaurant. This winter, the Zeigers are adding the Ritz Plaza hotel to their operations. A complete program of renovation and redecoration has been instituted at the Ritz They're Named to Board Naming of Victor Posner, William Marmer, and Bob Clayton to the board of governors of National Children's Cardiac Hospital has been announced by Richard I. Berenson, president of the Miami institution, free, non-sectarian hospital devoted exclusively to the diagnosis and treatment of rheumatic and congenital heart disease in children. TETLEY TEA A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 Yea, there'a Yom Tov spirit la this fine tea..."flavor crushed" for fullest strength and stimulation ... richer taste and pleasure with your Heiahiga and milch.g and between oaeaJ refreshment. • • •C <& Plaza. For winter vacationers, the Ritz Plaza will offer social and sports activities centering around the Olympic-size swimming pool, private beach, outdoor patios and terraces. Deluxe guest rooms and penthouse suites are also available, and the hotel features the noted Zeiger cuisine.—S.T. Speakers Bureau Formed Locally Florida Civil Liberties Union announced Wednesday the formation of the FCLU Speakers Bureau designed to provide speakers on civil liberties issues for Miami organizations. Speakers available include attorneys John B. Orr, jr., Tobias Simon, Rafael Riviera-Cruz, Herbert J. Heiken, Neal Rutledge, Arnold Greenfield, Robert Ramer, Stuart Simon, Harold Tannen, Richard Wolf son, and Alfred Hopkins, all menibers of the organization's Legal Panel; religious leaders Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, of Beth David Congregation, Rev. Robert Sonen, Minister of the First Unitarian Church, and Rabbi Morris Skop, of Temple Judea. Mrs. Maurice Serotta, PTA leader; Dr. Stuart N. Sahoon, psychoanalyst; Arthur Spiegel, education director, of Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith; Mrs. H. Franklin Williams, visiting nurse. Sunday Supper Show Singles Limited will hold a supper show at the Lucerne hotel Sunday evening at 8:30 p.m. RDINE'S Shop Mondays and Fridays 'til f) Perfect fl Ksiuer TO LOW CALORIE MEALS Solve that weighty problem serva plenty of nutritious, flavorful August Bros. Sread mad* from select spring wheat flour contains no shortening. • PUMPERNICKEL a BOHEMIAN RYE a BAGELS a VIENNA • EGO TWIST a FRENCH BREAD E6G ROLLS a HARD ROLLS



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Pace 8-B 9IfvUWrrHUn 9Te finest Scwice Frido f. Dew -*U FRIDAY NIGHT DINNERS OF TRADITIONAL EXCELLENCE! Serred icitb SaeraMK/ H~#WJ MM/ .4/i /i>e Trimmings, uitb Special Emphasis o* Courtesy, for u bub I be Momte Carl* is famous.' FRONt: VH 44721 Oa TMC OCftN M srr. MIAMI ICACM. FVOKIDA iRont? &?? MCTXt ( siotcKtirs Steaks J3 T1 AVI. ON n rUA* — OUR SPECIALTY — NICI, THKX JUia PRIME RIBS Of BEEF **MQUt7 'AOUTaB Candletight Ino iili CI.IIII i H— NAMES MAKE NEWS: Wonder if any .*J)L officials have checked intn the repugnant and repulsive characteruation Iri !" D • vom.c CM Walter WincheU terms that type in a local lounge. And ttrananfty enoush. the owner of the spot, who should certainly %  taoa etter. is of the same religion the performer insults wth .Naufiea inilinasi aasprinr r J to he comedy Tip to teenagers: Don't miss the annual teen age conclave of the Greater Miami Jew.sh Community Center on Sunday at the Sans Souci jotel Subjects aired are keys to happier social and borne life •hairme* are Robert Stone and Leonard Wolfer. and staff coordinator is Mrs JuiithGoldstein. Dr. Stanley S. Kaplan and Henry Gherman are Heading three majer ve^rh prajecrs sponsored by Miami Beach C. of C. The new Lcval Order of Moose Lodge on Miami Beach held its U organizational meeting Wednesday, with Lawrence B. Friedman as acting governor. Local golfers have a chance to benefit a most worthy cause and ilso via some attractive trophies in the Bayshore "Boenb Tourney" set Dec 16. M of $50 will go toward the purchase of a Cobalt Bomb. radiation machine for treatment of cancer to be in<:aUed at Mt Stnai Hospital See Otto Fenias at Bayshore. and Westi tea entries are beta* handled by Beroie Wa^er Leonard Abess. Al Hark. lay Hecht. CaJ Kovens. Mickey Kraos. Benue Frank. Harry Cohen, Ben KLne. BiD Segal will be among the prueMRaSJ -,'.:tr> Leo end Phyllis Diamond have t ar na r ed the contract for taw second tweeesv've yeir &f • design the fcreaterfakatf pawn of the 0rf>9 Bawl Cfeeen and See princesses. Rea£or Joe Epstein jut received has third appointment, to serve another I in on the M B Real Estate r i imm Mta a Board. Handsome Barry Cameron has opened a dance sCnaao at the Barcelona, with partner Mignoa. Barry in-jgmiBy had a stadio at the Hollywood Beach hotel. -Mrs Samuel Khnii. wife of The Jewish Ftaridaaa* colnmnut and natsoealry-kncw-. marriage cooBselor. sobbed for her spouse at the rece-t meeting of marriage counselors in New York. Mr. K. is recovering rapidly from a recent ilkam Jack Spencer aad Dan Raskin adding a novel note to their dinner Jance for 100 guests on Dec. 7. Before they gather at Tony Sweet's. B tour the new Mt. Sinai Hospital o BOTH SIDES OF THE BAY: Tat O Bnen. the movie and stage star of long standing, stirring a-berncar* of laughs aa the "Father of the Bnde." the comedy based on Edward Street's through Dec. 13 at Coca—t Grove Playhouse. % %  hit tan, being held Suadoy afternoon at 230 at Dino." a new drama deabag with juvenile dc la a ou cn ty The parts lable are Duo. the lead, ages IB through 30. and the ynnagrr brothere. U through IB. mother aad father, Italian type, aad the other two sale parts, the psycho-therapist aad parole types of teen-agers are needed for minor parts m the The pUy .'u be a Ruth Foreman stage adaptation of the T\" drama which starred Sal Miaeo. The FeiwainebJeew La Rande pr e s ent ing two Johrt- Dtuxnd and the veteran and ehveyt The fourth edition of "Havana Manh Gras. %  *t the third birthday" c* tbe excitmg Laun Aaaencan revae at the Lucerne gets -nder way aboat Dee. 23. with many new faces, pans Diosa CosteBb. the perennial star in al l new songs aad routines. I raovae with plenty of -raw aaeaf drama. "They Came to CorI hn." has opened at the Canb. Miami aad Miracle, starring a bevy of XK-efbce magnets: Gary Cooper. Rita Hayworth. Van Hefba. Tab fmrer and Richard Coate. Treason, c ow ar da te aad sex .what erne was La Hayworth around', accelerate the action. LOBBYING: Lillian Goiden. formerly of the Carillon, has swuched o the Balmoral catermg depa rtment Dave Levmaon hack w has executive post at the Algiers after a bag *g summer at has Tamarack Lodge m the r.wa. ninoaai has nan •n Chuck Poaner aad Dave Keen. s— -m f !" Now that tbe movie a ready far a tang ma here, one of the kosher may feature Ben-Burring oa the 3e neveL anyway. The DeaovtBe. aad its aBaed hotehv gets haaf way wuh the Rai Brothers aad Coasne Frances dome the lay week. *' RESTAURANT ROW: One of Greater Mi artists. wJha his abstract c i; -^ TO U.NE OR NO? TO DINE THAT IS THl QUESTmM. NIYIt IS THMr A "SL5 | ABOUT WHUt ,U0T Commletn Dinners —7=^1 95 Hm H 1B | NM* .^ .^ Rllz Plaza invites you... atsttvanoNS. auts MO rm A W JE 1-6BB1 wi ONTW0CUI at 17th ST.. MiAJal Wm\ RE-OPE\M\G TOMC.HT. i FJfl iV3 THE REVLIN HOTEL KOSHER DINING ROOM • Same Management • Same Good Fooij • Same Popular Prices • Sane Service CfJtas A re. at 13* Strtet PiXH*| WJ SOtmANOit ttSTAUBAKT rrmM\N(>4Mi"4 0^,0-t-eVMSH*4 The Royal Hungarian -^ 3 Tw mt TJtf FMBT Of WSHtt CU HARFEN1ST KESTAUKANT & KOSHER CAT • SAMQurrs jMuautB> iao> SXCSSSFJ. *ta YXX/BE COsHXAUY INVfTH) TODAY ^ NICK ft ANTOINETTES RESTAURANT BONFIRE



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Page 4-A +JmlstincrkMat) j^ay^^l Jewish Floridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 ^^ FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor I ISRAEL BUREAU 202 Ben Yehuda Tel Aviv, Israel RAY U. BINDER Correspondent Published every Mir ••• *r Eliii* "SJt^Jf^a at ISO N B. Sixth Street. Miami 1. FIH*JEn ,"I 4 '^ ",• wcond-cUn matter July 1J0. at Poet Office of Miami. Florida, under the Act of March J. U.I. The Jioalrrl nortdlan hat absorbed the *•****££? 'fit the Jewish Weekly. Member of the J**"** T, 'J r f* !" Agency. Sown Ari, Feature Syndicate, Wo .'2 w, *'.^ ,w J Service. IfarrSWsl BMMonal Assn.. *• *i "I..T Engliih-Jewith Newspapers, and the Flo rida Press Assn. The Jewish Florldlan doea not ruare.iit#" the Kashruth of the mer,] of urgency. The American people, he indicated, think of warmiaaj of airplanes, missiles, or bombs. But the Russians have a tot* different conception. "They mean political and economic pasn tion like the kind we are experiencing today in the Orient, list] East and South America." He referred to Deputy Premier AMBJI Mikoyan's current tour of Mexico as a case in point. Recalling the Khrushchev vow to bury us. Humphrey flatty tjji me that the Communist objective has not changed. In this restf] he belittled the overall significance of the ream Khrusheher*| sere, and attacked the Eisenhower Administration as do-nouuss|l that feeds the American people with much topleu-1 travel arrfaaf| phrases. But he charged that the phrases are empty in terms is| ternational significance. We are. he said, "tortoise-like" in our response to Soviet i fare, lulled by Administration soporifics on all the current Wltfrtaf —from Iran to Berlin to our very back door With re.-pect v>, ican foreign policy in the Middle East. I asked Sen. Humphrey ijj] considered Secretary of State Christian Herter an extension of or i improvement over the lete Mr. Dulles. ~iil Humphrey replied that the question was of little signif.(a-Vj cause hardly any change in attitude had since taken plan a k] hi&hesl echelons of our government. There is :r.cer>uistM the essential Soviet threat to our status today, he -aid. fiau) afl eating that Administration spokesmen have yet ; i< .aouialwH recognize the fullest implications of the recent Khrushchev ym[ proposals." In the same way, Sen. Humphrey charged, there ei ., I lent kind of ignorance with respect to America's >takes in theJGosy East. r: able bid for newer areas of Zionist conquest But this apes not make them lew valid. In many ways they parallel the feelings expressed by Dr. Judah Shapiro, newly-appointed director of the cultural foundation established bv the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Frandsco ^^ CIFWF aMamabl Y m S^ Dr. Shapiro, calling for a substantial reawakening to things Jewish, charged that our Judaism has evolved to a point where it is almost totally expressed in terms of philanS Py ;v. S ^ h ** evoluti A. h* warned, suqgests the dangerous development of a situci!" JLT C £ IeWi8h men md won !" ay someday suddenly wonder what their Jewish. ness means—however important philanthropic activity unquestionably continues to be. i, J! peakfa FJ n J dtfwent context., both Dr fh* !Z ^ Rede lhe i m • basically saying 12T 9 ^ ng At th0 bott0m oi all i/S need for more effective education if Judaism is £AREER DIPLOMATS in Washington are constantly a, ** filled in" on this area of our international affairs. Cirirf s§eJ experience as a university professor of political science. Sa| Humphrey laughingly observed that "1 would have flunked a^ who ever asked 'to be filled in' on any subject f sack wt scope." _r_i.ifl These requests, he declared, betray the lack of luvwl which they stem, and lack of knowledge is inexcusable l| ** >1 jtJ playing so delicate a game as the one in the Middle Ka-t. TneQsa sota legislator cited the Eisenhower pronouncements in the —"j j the 1956 Sinai campaign as an example of ruddertal M diplomacy. The President, he charged, piously demanded "ESSM adherance to prior United Nations commitmentin the area. The President. Sen. Humphrey emphasized. \ed that Sgj Canal would henceforth be free to the shipping of all Mhosv recent United Arab Republic statements at the IN iioncsel failure of American diplomacy in these and other context*. *j | neither Presidential aim was achieved. • I The US. Air Base at Dhahran. Sen. Humphrey called "i *** ous shame." To say observation that State Department siders the bsse a necessary' extension of our security nng Humphrey replied: "Nothing is necessary to a democratic pl compromises the freedom of some of its citizen" •!• ••" %  •" IERE IS NO question that Sen. Humphrey is one of .9* 1^ liberal statesmen of our time. But there is much WJ^y his candidacy can be taken seriously. In addition to aap*t> Middle East and general Soviet penetration, the Senator sp* ly on a number of questions significant to a Presidential •£ ( the mounting agricultural dilemma. Puerto Rico, and what %  told the Mt. Sinai Hospital development fund guests was tt •" istration "nay" to more medical research, schools, libraries aw < all needs of the 200 million Americans who will be ow cities in 1975." toikoai For all these questions. Sen. Humphrey seems to nave.-^ — and vigorous answers. To outspoken critics of the r***r^gl| istration. they are perhaps the right answers, and "^T^fM that Sen. Humphrey's chances at the next national Democriw %  convention are as good as he presently believes them to oe J But somehow, it aU fails to add up. As one veteran P* !" || recently put it to me: Humphrey, like so many liberal j^"*"! not know when to compromise. Setting his aim on ^*^J will accept the achievement of no less. However aos"" ambition may appear, it is also unrealistic no less than as to progress of any kind. Whatever the extent of his blunders—and they •*• cold hard fact is that Adlai Stevenson could not stem the w Nixon tide in 1952 or 56; for the nature of political e *T-TpJ against him. But in I860 this will no longer work again* cratic candidate m the same way. ^ If Stevenson's uncompromising liberalism was a m '^ 1 fl his defeat almost lour years ago. it would be a major ""T^jji] incalculable quality of political evolution has given W" ,jm kind of socio-ecooomic stumbling block, with which a pw date like Sen. Humphrey will have to deal. ^ftpl Queried by one newsman Monday night, the S M 1 *fM the majority of his party is stamped by his own "^"'^oWl ing. It is this misconception of current American >< ^J^irt* many nominal Democrats vote Republican to protect ""TjM did not have in the -30'a. that betrays too much of ,n **^i^B Stevenson in the genes of Sen. Humphrey. The objen %  *clear and apparent. JZM



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iber 4. 1959 +Jewish thx-kllan :h Jewish Attitude Survey Here Page 7-A for a survey of and to certain public issues of curs here was anrent interest both in Greater Mi-' sday by Col. Naami and in the country. president of the The survey will al<6 geek data ni ..chapter—of' -tt w %  M -ihe practices which ~Mwa tuIsh Committee. ally observe in these various fields. Jith a cross-section Ide county Jews affilIrious temples, synaErgaoizations, the surJ to uncover prevalent long local Jews conIviews about Judaism, ships with Christians, "This survey," said Charles H. Finkelstein, chairman of the survey commiltee, "parallels a nvmber of similar studies conducted in other cities of the United States by the American Jewish Committee. The results will ludea I Director ley and Mrs. Alfred Irmen of the Greater til for Zionist Youth, |eclnesday the appointch Richman as direc[Judea in the Greater a native of Haifa, [parents were among pettlo as Chalutzim in he United States. He er of Tsofim, (Israeli [Hagganah, and Israel p. vho has a law degree pv University, arrived States in 1953, and his efforts to youth ^country. As director pea here, he will train form new Young Ju| ( %  r s throughout the ni area. etween the ages of 10 eligible and may conat 1800 Filmore St., BARUCH RICHMAN Citizens Elect Officers was elected president Citizens Friendship |e Southwest YMHA Greater Miami Jew ly Center. bd were Gertrude Ka[president; Mrs. Marsecretary; Mrs. Estreasurer; Mrs. Wilrefreshments chairSchweitzer, memberfan; and Mrs. Mae st chairman.' pm. for men and wornof age and older, is held at the Southwest YMHA, 7215 Coral Way, on Wednesday afternoons at 2 p.m. In addition to elections, the group participated in community singing, led by Marcel Propper, one of the members of the club. The group also viewed and discussed two films. This program is one ot the county-wide senior citizens programs of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, a beneficiary agency of the United Fund and the Combined Jewish Appeal. Innounce Way To Help )in A//8 Sinus Cavities Yiftiouf Discomfort teonjestant tablet for sinus congestion sufferers acts bath to drain clogged sinus cavities and relieve distressing head pain fork, N. Y. (Special) ement has been made w tablet development is the remarkable abilplp drain clogged sinus land thus relieve conHid pressure. The headreasure pains, stuffed-up %  al drip, clogged breath[the unrelenting symp sinus sufferer knows -are attacked directly oving drainage of the feas. emarkable of all ia the It this is accomplished Praordinary speed and %  discomfort of any kind. > tablet does its remarkfk internally, through ~1 stream. It deposits .' drop of blood plasma sdication which ia carne sinus area, where it shrinks the swollen doors to the sinus cavities and helps drain away the pain-causing pressure and congestion. The shrinking substance in this new tablet has been so successful topically in promoting drainage of the sinus cavities that it is now prescribed more widely by doctors than any material for this purpose. This new medication is now available at drug counters without the need for a prescription under the name, Dristan* Decongestant Tablets. Dristan Tablets cost only 98* for a bottle of 24 tablets. Buy and use Dristan Tablets with the absolute guarantee that they will drain away paincausing pressure and congestion of the sinus cavities, relieve the pain and distress, or purchase price will be refunded. M STAMP & SEAL WORKS MAHUFACTURERS OF RUBBER STAMPS CORPORATION SEALS and SUPPLIES CHARLIE MERZ, Owner NOW LOCATED AT N.E. 1st Ave. FR 4-1034 add to the general picture of Jewish attitudes and activities in the whole country, as well as providing a basis for program planning by many Jewish organizations and institutions in !i.'t area." Finkelstein emphasized the fact that the data accumulated in the survey will be available to any group. "In other cities where such' surveys were conducted," he said, "temples, synagogues, federations! men's and women's organizations, and Jewish centers all used the data as a basis for their own programs and projects." The last four days have been devoted to the training of 65 interviewers and 12 captains. Manheim S. Shapiro, director of AJC's Jewish communal affairs department, and a Fellow of the American Sociological Society, has been conducting the training sessions. Mrs. Jean C. Lehman is chairman of the committee on interviewer selection and training. A full year of preparation for the survey has been completed. This included formulation of a special questionnaire by AJC sociologists after consultation with a committee of local residents headed by Mrs. Leo Ackerman. Local rabbis and executives of local organizations were also invited to submit suggestions. The sample design was based upon data obtained by Herbert Markow, local attorney, from many organizations. A coding committee, to tabulate results, will be headed by Mrs. Charles Leeds. Local residents selected for interview have already been notified, and will be visited by interviewers within the next two weeks. Captains of the interview teams: Miss Minnie Feinberg, Mrs. B. B. Goldstein, Mrs. Emanuel Goldstrich, Mrs. Samuel G. Kling, Mrs. Eileen Meyers, Mrs. Charles H. Finkelstein, Mrs. Melvyn B. Frumkes, Mrs. Isaac Levin, Mrs. Sidney Lewis, Mrs. Philip Schiff, Mrs. Bernard Stevens, Mrs. Martin Fine. Aramco Ban Battle Cooling Continued from Page 1-A York from asking job applicants about their religion. The exemptions were granted "on the basis of representations by the State Department that a bonafide occupational qualification for ARAMCO's operations in Saudi Arabia was in the best interests of this country." The exemptions were appealed by the American Jewish Congress. Last July, Justice Epstein declared that no foreign nation could dictate non-enforcement of a New York state law and ordered SCAD to require ARAMCO to comply with the iaw. Mr. Carter said on July 17, immediately after the ruling, that it would be appealed. In his statement he did not amplify or explain what he said was a change in attitude of the State Department. YOUR MONEYS WORTH WASHINGTON FEDERAL Miami Beach "I'm sold," smiles Judge Mai Englander to Mrs. Charles Levine as Mrs. Leo Colodny gives the Judge a thankful pat on the back. Judge Englander supported the PTA at the North Shore Jewish Center in its annual fund-raising "Thanksgiving Ball" Sunday night at the Monte Carlo hotel. Mrs. Colodny and Mrs. Levine were co-chairmen of the dance. Israel Gets First Submarine Continued from Page 1-A made, and the key officers are still mainly Soviet or Polish nationals, the experts said. They estimated that 15 of the commissioned and non-commissioned officers on each UAR submarine are foreign nationals. They also stressed that the UAR navy has been increased in recent months at a rate out of proportion to other branches of the fighting forces. Most of the ships are of ocean-going capability, and not adapted for local campaigns. The experts suggested that the class. of naval vessels seemed to point toward a Soviet plan to use the UAR as part of a wider. Soviet strategic plan for the Middle East, as well as in support of UAR President Nasser's ambitions to control an* empire from the Atlantic to the Red Sea. The two Israel submarines— the second, the Rahav, being scheduled for delivery next year —will substantially redress the balance of power, according to the experts, who contend that even two submarines can have a considerable preventive influence, by exposing Arab shipping to speedy retaliatory action in case of UAR aggression. Let Us Solve Your CHANUKA ^r ems SEND A SUBSCRIPTION TO THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN To Someone You Want to Please "A Gift Card Sent with Each Subscription" Every Jewish Family in Greater Miami Should Be Reading This Weekly! THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN affords a medium wherein the Jewish people can give expression to their charitable, social and cultural enterprises, to their national life and institutions, to their religious life and its various manifestations. SUBSCRIBE NOW FOR A FRIEND OR RELATIVE ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION $ 5.00 3 YEARS SUBSCRIPTION 10.00 The above amounts entitle subscriber to all weekly issues as well as copies of special editions. 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Joy, December 4, 1£5$*klst FlrfHtt illy Jews Support Democratic Party Page 5-A r W ,^ C ^ h K ~ can Jer as expressing bewilderment "so many Jewish people aid be Democrats. They are l-educated, well-off people who uld be on our side, but for some Jon I cannot figure, they are •percent Democrats." In partial explanation of this, study noted that "not all YS are exceptionally prosperOther reasons given wore t "there is a general convicamong Jew* that national • mocratie administrations are ore disposed to look with symithy on the needs and aspirans of Israel than the Repobli. and that "many Jewish •pie clearly do not regard the nocratic party as th* party of poor man so much as the parall minority groups." ontrary to the trend in New "[ and other metropolitan cenwhere there has been a noable movement of Jews from still finds himself regarded as a Jw, after all. Ho is not permitted to 'denationalize' however 'much he may be eager to do so."" Therefore, it explained, he allied himself with the "party of the little man." To these factors are added, the the social and economic ladders. "Jews display little tendency to become Republicans as they move study noted, "the strong emotional north from Kensington to Olney or j ties that were forged between west from Strawberry Mansion to Jews and the party of Franklin Overbrook," the study commented. "To the contrary, Mayfair remains a democratic island among acres of suburban Ir'sh and Italians and Germans who have drifted into the party of the well-to-do and successful, and the Jewish por tion of Overbrook goes as lopsidely Democratic as any area in the eity." In explanation of this, the survey declared that the Jews discovered by experience in the early 30's that "the Jews, as a commercial class, could never hope for more than second best out of an alliance with the commercial and financial class of old family businessmen or with the political party that they dominated." Further, the survey asserted, "the Jew has found that when he reaches the suburbs, ho is ttill likely to encounter many more prohibitions than do his Irish, German, Italian and Polish neighbors who have by now acquired the right kind of education and right kind of money. Ho Tvicemen Feted Again parties for Air Force serviceare being continued in the under the auspices of the Irish Welfare Board and the Bter Miami Jewish Federation. \r>. Louis Glasser, chairman of Armed Services committee call [0NGER Yet SAFER NACIH [ Won' Upeet Tho Stomach, naclnf aot oeljr fives ttrongr, itr relief from pain of headache Is also os/or. Won't upset the 'ludiHioM effects. Toe, •da Is like • doctor's PTOiptlea. Tkat la. Anacln contain* t juat •• but • ~mKnti*n el ledleatly prorea, active latrodieata. ciantlfte research baa proved se \nal, iru§ am fiv* anch atroat re* •ale relief a* Amttim Tabtoe. here, has announced that a "lox and-bagel" breakfast will be held for Air Force personnel and their families on Sunday at the Seville hotel. Hosts for the gala event will be Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fruchtman, long active in Federation and the Combined Jewish Appeal here. Under arrangements set up with the hotel management, servicemen will be provided with free cabanas for a Sunday afternoon swim party, and hostesses will be assigned to look after the children. Maj. David Rinzler and Tech. Sgt. Sanford J. Cohen are in charge of coordinating the Jewish Activities Group at the Homestead Air Force Base. The Jewish Welfare Board is one of the important national service agencies which are beneficiaries of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Complete and Dependable Title Service M IAMI TITLE & Qkttact Co. 34 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE Title latorcmce Policies of Koasai CHy THta lasunmce Co. Cajf•/, Surplus A es*nr exceed $5,000,000 • m* KM SHORELAND ARCADf TElEFHOflE %  Ml (Also Known Aa 124 and 1 Security Tcut Company B CmH JitUmm 1-747F NEWMZft niNtRAL HOME 111! DAM 10ULIVAR* MIAMI IIACH Uwmii T. NerWMM Funeral Director Roosevelt, who seemed during the 30's and 40's to be their special guardian against the monstrous resurgence of anti-Semitism to the Western World, and the fact that Jewish businessmen have not appeared to be troubled by any of the emotional or philosophical distastes that has impeded their Genj tile commercial opposites 'n adjusting to the society of big gov ernment." These, it added "would seem to explain the present firm adherence of most members of the Jewish community to the Democratic party." The study further noted that, within the party, "the Jews have displayed extreme independence as voters, and may be counted as a group within the party's reform wing." <**1 ij I Temple Ner Tamid Chug Ivri, Hebrew-speaking group for adults, launched the season's activities Tuesday, and will meet every week thereafter. Seated (left to right) at recent planning session are Dr. Joseph S. Zuckerbram, president, and Jacob Spielman, secretary. Standing are Martin Taub, vice president, Irving Purvin, financial secretary, and Israel E. Bergenblit. Chug Ivri discusses Bible, Talmud and Medieval Literature. Se/uJice ScaJLhliy Irtteq/uiij ESS INGREDIENTS For a quarter century, Dade FedcraTs formula for savers has been —Service, Savings Security, and ... Integrity at every level of business activity. These are the priceless ingredients that have made your association one of the largest and most respected in the nation. 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smber 4, 1959 *JelsHk>ridr/an bdor V. Levontin,-decm of the law school of Hebrew Sy at Jerusalem (center), shown with Frederick Scher ti Kenneth Myers at a luncheon sponsored by the Executives Division of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed! Scher was luncheon chairman, and Myers heads up lership Institute series designed to bring members cur—-nation on local, national and world Jewish affairs. ian Again Elected to Body iThurman was reelected fman of the Large City Conference at Us anig in San Francisco two Fox, of Baltimore, was airman. Thurman is vice [of the Greater Miami deration. Ige City Budgeting ConIEI TO READfRS IIS rUillCATtOM — UNI9M 24-YIAR IT-ENGLISH CALENDAR! st edition of the famous ^rew-Pnfrhah Calendar is 1 free to readers of this ilendar goes back more ty years; with It you can lebrew date and day of pf any event that occurf September, 1837 to the ay. The fisknrisT looks Kivins; avery Hebrew eptember. 1061 and all todays up to 1967. Mng up Yahrzeit dates, sh dates, holidays, etc, booklet is very valuIt is absolutely free for Jmrr sands post-card rgh* 80, Pa. The Caleni sent to you with • miniay. ference is an association of 23 Jewish federations and welfare funds in cities with the largest Jewish populations. The conference analyzes the programs and budgets of national and overseas Jewish agencies which appeal to local communities for funds, and recommends appropriate financing. Ywsery School Forming Temple B'nai Sholom, 16800 NW 22nd ave., will start a nursery school beginning Jan. 4. Sessions will be held 9 a.m. to 12 noon. Children from 3 to 5 are eligible. HYPNOTISM AND SELF-HYPNOSIS Mine,, of the mind and body miraculously respond* to Hypnotherapy. Also combats bad habits; 8moking; Drinking; Insomnia; Female Disorders; Complexes; Nervous Tension; Lack of Confidence; Overweight; Impotency; Allergies; Etc. Improve yourself mentally and physically. DR. W. H. APPIEBY, Ms.D. 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Seeks Figures WASHINGTON (JTA) — The State Department has asked the United States Embassy in Amman for a report on charges of fraudulent practices by Arabs in the administration of Arab refugee camps in Jordan. This was learned following charges by Sen. Albert Gore, of Tennessee, and Sen. Gale W. McGee, of Wyoming, both Democrats, in the course of their visit to the Near East. The two senators urged review of the entire U. S. aid program to Jordan. Secretary of State Christian Herier Mid h*> had received a communication from Senators Gore and McGaa reporting corruption in Arab refugee camps i n Jordan. American-financed project* were involved, according to the two senators. Mr. Herter said the question pertained mainly to ration cards for Arab refugees and has to do with the United Nations. He added that the matter had been raised in the UN and that the UN had taken it under "serious consideration." He said it appeared that ration quotas had been "improperly applied" in distributing aid to the Arab refugees. He made known that Jordan has promised the United Nations cooperation in rectifying the situation. Financial Exec Appointed Here The J. I. Kislak Mortgage Corporation of Florida has named Jerry Levine administrative assistant to executive vice president Maurice M. Meehan. In announcing the appointment Jay Kislak, president, said Levine's major responsibility will be to act as office manager for the 100-man staff. He also will be in charge of purchasing and personnel, Kislak said. Levin was formerly associated with Food Fair stores of Florida and the Cape Coral Land Developers as controller. FREE DELIVERY — Fft 9-626* G RAKER'S KOSHER MEAT MARKET MEAT • POULTRY • PROVISIONS 441 SW 17th AVE. Miami. Fla. (Open Thura. 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"•Jewish Floridiaii Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY ime 33 — Number 49 Miami, Florida, Friday, December 4, 1S59 Two Sections — Price 20< TOP MOVIE STARS EXPEC TED ^^^^^ mmm ^ mmmmWamtmmm mm^m^mwMwmmm \mbassador Harman • be Feted Saturday t Diplomatic Ball Here kucsls at the Diplomatic Ball welcoming Ambassador Avraham Ian to America will have the unique opportunity of seeing themb and the entire proceedings of the gala event on television, it was [need this week by William Bornstein, chairman of arrangements will represent another*— AVRAHAM HARMAN .. receiving line for Miami social events and lion broadcasting. Jrting with a "Hollywood opening, at arriving guests dignitaries emerge from cars at the Fontainebleau entrance and are interId by noted TV persona IiJohnny Carson and Dennis the festivities will be telby WCKT-TV, ch. 7, for Intatlon on • special prothe following afternoon at [Diplomatic Ball will be held ay evening, starting at 7:30, (new grand ballroom of the ncbleau hotel. "firsts" at the Diplomatic kill be the participation of a entertainment stars, includBt-lton Heston, star of Hollynewest spectacular, "BenJoan Crawford, Academy i inning motion picture mi Aie'iiu, iunn/Ui QR "UP Aimer;" Holly War nmy Savo and many others. rary chairman of the DipBall is Gov. LeRoy Collins, ning in the welcome to Amur Harman will be many %  ding dignitaries represent jacet of American life. %  ng arrangements for the ire Jack A. Cantor and Sam ftt. general chairmen of the Miami Israel Bond cornSamuel Friedland, chair the Israel Bond board ot rs; Jacob Sher, honorary (n of the committee; Mrs. citz, chairman of the Wornvision, and Mrs. Jack Katzrand hostess of the ball. ssion to the Diplomatic Ball purchase of a 4500 Israel [ball will have an interna[flavor with the attendance isuls from all over the representing the nations helped establish Israel's kndence 11 years ago with Continued on Page 2-A Progressives May Join Coalition as Knesset Meets JTA—By Direct Teletype Wire JERUSALEM—A possibility emerged from negotiations Tuesday that the tiny Progressive Party would join with Prime Minister BenGurion's Mapai Party to enable the Prime Minister to present a "narrow coalition" to the Knesset, Israel's Parliament, next week while continuing talks for a broader coalition. Mapai and the Mapai-affiliated 11 a r\rr ma Arab parties, plus the ProgresHands Off Nets, Syrians Warned JTA—By Direct Teletype Wire JERUSALEM—The Israel Forted Nations truce headquarters to warn Syria to halt interference with Israel's fishing on Lake Tiberias before the situation deteriorated further. The Syrians during the last fishing season several times attacked Israeli fishermen, wounding and killing several in attempts to steal nets and other equipment. With the opening of the current fishing period two weeks ago, Syrians renewed such acts and have stolon or destroyed Israel nets. It was believed that Israel told UN truce officials that repetition of last year's acts of violence against Israel fishermen would not be tolerated. sives, have 58 seats in the 120member Knesset, three short of a majority. However, the six deputies of the ultra-Orthodox Agudas Israel have been instructed by their rabbinical leaders to abstain during the required Knesset vote of confidence for a new government. The projected "narrow" coalition would thus have a slim majority of the other 114 votes. The Prime Minister, it was understood, would leave several cabinet portfolios open for the anticipated additional coalition partners. It was presumed that ho wanted a coalition, oven so small a one, on the premise that talks with the other parties will be lengthy and that the coalition would strengthen his hand in negotiating with Mapam, Achdut Avodah and the National Religious Party, and perhaps accelerate their joining. Meanwhile, the newly-elected Knesset, Israel's fourth ParliaContinued on Page 8 A ZOA Warns Against Rising Assimilation Danger Here 3# ABRAHAM UDflMtlM %  'gimmick JedoJsm' NEW YORK—(JTA)-A warning that a "rising tide" of assimilation is leading to the disintegration of Jewish cultural life in this country, coupled with a call for an overhaul of the Jewish education system was sounded by Zionist leaders here. Addressing several hundred members from all parts of the country gathered at a two-day meeting of the National Executive Council of the Zionist Organization of America, Abraham A. Redelheim, president of the organization, said Sunday that "before our very eyes we see large Jewish settlements, particularly in suburbia drifting away from our spiritual heritage and become total strangers to traditional Judaism. He further asserted that the "alleged revival of religion that is so much touted about represents but a temporary response to what we may describe as 'gimmick' Judaism." The ZOA head further pointed out that while close to $60,000,000 a year is being spent on Jewish education in this country, half of the Jewish educational network Continued on Page 10-A Policy Outlined On Arab DP's; Eye Settlement STATE DtPARTMINT SttKS STATISTICS "AGE 3-A I UN TUMBLING WITH PROBE PACE 10-A UNITED NATIONS—(JTA>^Israel Monday reiterated before the United Nations previous offers to pay compensation to the Arab refugees "even before the achievement of a final peace settlement or the solution of other outstanding problems," providing international assistance were available. At the same time, Michael S. C o m a y newly-appointed permanent chairman of the Israel delegation, addressing the General Assembly's special political commit-1 tee in the Arab refugee debate, re-i peated that Israel "is prepared immediately to enter into negotia-1 lions with the Arab governments directly or indirectly" not only regarding the refugee problem but also "for an overall and final settlement of all outstanding differences." Mr. Comay's statement was the first formal enunciation of Israel's policy regarding the Arab refugees in the committee debate which entered its fourth week. After surveying the "hisConttnued en Pago 6-A Aramco Ban Battle Cools NEW YORK—(JTA)—The New York State Commission Against Discrimination announced this week it had dropped plans to appeal against a court ruling ordering the Arabian-American Oil Company to stop asking job applicants whether they were Jews. Elmer A. Carter, SCAD chairman, who had previously said the state agency would appeal the ruling of New York Supreme Court Justice Henry Epstein, said that SCAD had received "recent information that tended to show that the United States State Department's attitude in the matter had undergone changes." However, a State Department spokesman in Washington denied any change in policy. ARAMCO operates in Saudi Arabia, which bans employment of Jews in Its territory. SCAD allowed ARAMCO in 1950 and in 1956 an exemption from the state law barring employers in New Continued on Page 7-A Arabs Reject Bid for Solution; Trade in Insults UNITED NATIONS—(JTA)—The idea of solution of the Arab refugee problem through Arab-Israel agreement—suggested by a number of delegations at the United Nations General Assembly — was rejected Monday by Ahmad Shukairy, Saudi Arabian Minister of State for United Nations Affairs. Speaking at the General Assembly's Political Committee, which is now debating the Arab refugee question, he said that "solution by agreement is a barren slogan." "Those who speak of solution of the refugee problem by agreement deny the right of the refugees to repatriation," he declared. He insisted on the "right" of the Palestine refugees to return en masse to Israel. "It is • problem of religious discrimination," he shouted. "It is discrimination against Moslems and Christians. My home lies within 300 yards of the armistice line, but I cannot go to it because I am a Christian. Being a Jew is the only visa. My home is offered to any Jew in the world—be he from Tokyo or Warsaw or any western area. It is the question of Jew against Gentile or rather of Zionist against anti-Zionist." Preceding Mr. Shukairy, Dr. Izzat Tannous, representative of the so-called Palestine Refugee Committee, also made a plea for "complete repatriation" of all refugees, voicing his appeal in purely personal terms. In his speech, Dr. Tannous accused Israel of breaking pledges to the United Nations prior to its admission to membership. Israel to Get First Sub from British LONDON—(JTA)—Israel's first submarine, the Tanin, wiU be officially launched within a few days at a British naval base, and then start a 16-day journey to Israel, it was revealed here. The submarine is one of two sold to Israel last year in a transaction which marked a key turning point in British-Israel relations. The transfer of the submarine came against the background of reports by British naval experts that the navy of the United Arab Republic had been further strengthened in recent months. These sources said that the UAR navy now includes two ultramodern sxory destroyers; two destroyers of the Zet class—also Soviet made; one destroyer of the Hunt class, one sloop, six mine-layers, three mine-sweepers, 40 torpedo boats, two submarine hunters, eight large ocean-going Soviet-made submarines, and one smaller submarine. Most UAR ships are SovietContinued on Page 7-A \



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Pago 8-A ^Jmk§i>HorkMaii Progressives May Join Coalition as Knesset Senior teen-cgers of Temple Ner Tamid elect officers. Seated (left to right) are Sol Schwartz. Shelly Acker. Rhoda Grant, Jerry Steinberger. president. Roberta Silverstein. Standing Mrs. Joseph Schwartz, sponsor. Joel Lack, Miriam Greenbaum.-and Mickey T o — 1ST Renault in Double Bow to Boycott NEW YORK—(JTA>-The Renault automotive firm has submitted four documents to the Arab League Boycott Office to prove that it has discontinued its business connections with Israel, the Cairo news-' paper Al Ahram reported in ts issues of Nov. 9, copies of which were received in New York. 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Meanwhile, in Paris, preparation of claims for damages by the Kaiser-Fraier C ompiny in Haifa against the Renault auto company of France — which withdrew from operations in Israel—have virtually been completed and the claims, exceeding $2,000,000 w'll be filed some time next week, the Jewish Telegraphic Agency was informed by Israel Zaiiouk. legal adviser and board member of the Haifa auto assembly company. Continued from Pago 1 A ment since the establishment of the state, convened Monday afternoon and elected Kaddish Luz. leader of Premier Ben Gurion's Mapai Party, as Speaker of the House. Mr. Luz was Minister of Agriculture in the outgoing Cabinet. Prior to Mr. Luz's election ss Speaker, his resignation from the government was announced by Premier Ben-Gurion. With the Communist deputies abstaining. Mr. Luz was elected by 112 votes. The Communists explained their abstention as an expression of protest for not including one of their members among the Deputy Speakers. The President's Haft was borne into the Knesset—which still convenes in the improvised foyer of premises intended for a bank—as the distinguished guests took their seats. They included all ex-members of the previons bouses. Chief Rabbi Yitzhak Nissim, members of the Supreme Court, and former French Premier Pierre Maudes France, currently visiting Israel. After reviewing the Knesset's guard of honor. President Ben-Zvi entered the chamber and in a brief address, welcomed the new and veteran legislators, and wished them a productive season. Former Speaker Nahom Nir was then invited to preside as the oldest member of the bouse. He called upon each member alphabetically to riH lw *n* |ke the oath m J | hM of the s2 Jj.ted the ft vis an earphone n-il benefit r,f u, e 'J** bers *** ni| Both Pr.wB.m ^, "M during tht Wt ,7* ~w Spaak.,. aJ*J *4. w. born in m, and studio M „j m Ehoni. ind F •" <'c.r of fh. a *rmg World War |1 %  >• w of th haft ^ Rsane movamant in There are 12 p^J Fourth Knesset, M, < 1 Jewish and three Arib-JJ lem, one ChristiaD-Ami Druze. The three Arab %  all praMapai and pJj with Mapai. There were fewer aoaJ Knesset than in th> %J ceding a^embles-ooly stf en having won seats. I enska. the Communist I served in every Israi] ment. failed of election t|_ The youngest member s9 is Moshe Benjamin NisiiaY of the Sephardic Chief las] was elected on the GaeaT ist ticket. Rabbi Lipschili to Lecture Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz will lee-. tur,e on "Elementary Jewish The-. ology" Sunday. 11 a.m. The lecture, first in a series, will be held on the first Sunday of each month at Monticello Park Jewish Center. 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jcember 4, 1959 *JewlsMcrldlian rge Pius Snubbed Jewry's Plight te-(JTA)-The question whether the late Pope Pius XII did The .rticl. ,.. |. Mid to n the deportaUgn of Ita U an Jews^y %e m ^ mutl b. rrreVcU^ r^ov. ne to annihilation camps has now been raised htre SblidJ-T^'t ft U &?'J3m 'to^lwi ler the event-as a result of two books in which the Nazi bruigainst Jews in Rome are discussed, ooks have been published ce recently and are now [ted in Italy. One is "The Against Europe." by Ed|ari=. know as a liberal Prowho has carried on a opposition to Catholicism i education. The other is fatican in World War II, by !>uclos, a French writer, luthors discuss especially "our conviction that tho Vatican •nd Pius XII could have don* much more for the salvation of tho Jtws and would certainly havo obtained more if they had maintained tho firm attitude which appears in tho letter of Msgr. Hudal to Gon. Stahel." and express once moro our warmest gratitude for what tho Pope and members of the different religious orders at all levels did for tho Jews. But for tho sake of truth, we cannot refrain from saying that wo are convinced that, even if much was done, not all that could and in our opinion should have boon done, was in fact done." Taking a directly opposite view, Lauding Msgr. Hudal for his Osservatore Romano, organ of the iss deportation of Oct. 16, generous intervention which sueVatican, in a review of Mr Paris' *hen 2,000 Jews in Rome ceeded in bringing to a stop the book declared that "on the issue of Iken out from their homes arrests for a short time," the perithe Catholic Church and Jews the It to Nazi death camps. They odical added that the Bishop's in-book ignores or chooses to ignore ^official documents, which tervention demonstrated that "a the American documentation which nsidered here as being of firm attitude succeeded even in' contradicts the author in Saving historical importance. of these documents is a I written, on Oct. 16, by tho Pan Bishop Luigi Hudal to Stahel, German Military [tender of Rome. Tho letlated: "In tho interest of coful relations between atican and tho Gorman MilI Command, I ask you to isprders to atop immediately rest of Jews both in Rome In tho surrounding*. Tho reputation of Germany requires it. Moreoyer, it be feared that the Pop* take an official stand these arrests." he following day, according ftexts published in the books, tahel informed Msgr. Hudal have informed the Gestapo Smmler himself of your letie ordered that, in view of ecial character of Rome, the (of Jews) be suspended." ten days later, however, the [Ambassador to the Vatican, reiszaecker, wrote to his su\s in Berlin—according to the bed documents — that "the although pressed by all [did not allow himself to be fed into any demonstration of •oval of the deportation. He no his utmost in this delicate Pin order not to compromise nations with the German govfent. periodical Israel, official h publication of the Union of few Jewish Communities, comng on the documents, said is far as the Jew of Rome concerned, "add remaining Py within the limits of the episode which struck the of Rome, we must confess [the documentation in the ps book, confirms what we Jy knew." periodical added that MM tntation also confirmed — !" "^> '"i oumui ill .-.UJIIIg stopping Himmler," the head of that the Vatican did not intervene 'the Gestapo. "If this firm attitude had been maintained, much %  more could have been obtained sufficiently in defense of the Jews. The Vatican daily organ added iMw,,tumu nave ueen OOEainea — -...*... u U *.j '6" ucu and precious lives could have been ,nat Mr Paris als0 nafl ignored saved," the periodical stressed. I ne Proceedings at the Nuremberg ....,„ ... War Crimes Trials "where the ac, Declaring that the Pope did notion of the Pope in defense of make use as he could have done,l Je ws was quoted as an accusation I .fi 1 "!"^ the publication against the defendants. We are 'asserted that the late Pontiff had not urp rised that the ignorant and Placed political consideration sectarian author deliberately did .above the immediate defense of; not ask himself why the Jews I Jews ferociously deported to the themselves have repeatedly exextermination camps and he be-1 .. ... 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Pago 6-A >Jmistfk>rkilan I^fcc*^; Israel Outlines Policy on Refugees Continued from Pag* 1 A Utions between Israel and its Arab compensation, even before tV neighbors, the attitude toward isachievement of a final peace set toHcel perspeeetve" ef ttar *Tsa i r>e | of the re f uge es themsc-tvts. "tlemcnt. "or the solution of OTItt ^curity consideratioM. and the baoutstanding problems:' he declarsic social and economic problems, ed. Mr Comay pointed out. however. •This is for us not merely a J ha jn {ixing the lev el of com penquestion of jurisprudence, but an satJon .. srac .. jt wouW ^ intensely Practical one IS it sonnecessaor t0 takc into acroun free choice between repatr, contended that 40 percent of Jcwlfh propert y in area8 suc h as •t.on and compH,t,on. the citirens of Jordan, who have (ho Je ^ js h quartcr j n the Old i "In considering whether to oer; acccp,ed !"!" P l <** egiance to a ri of Jmi a Pm and the j C w-i mi. an^reiugeel return Mr \***L rt ,e Si* ,aws h a d T i*h villages in the Jerusalem and Comay • Stated^-the government of £* Israel SSfJTZ !" £ fSSh "t^Is n 5 Israel must obviously have regard .„ ,„„„, „. K „;„^~s>. claims of Israels citizens in respect of property left behind in l Isratl conflict which resulted in the refugee problem, Mr. Comay told the committee that Israel has given sorious consideration to the insistence by the Arab states that the refugees J given at their own private Miami Panel's on Friday ga"d Jcr | srae i to the situation as a whole, includ .: r ing such factors as the state of re P 1Mm various Arab countries." Stressing that the refugees have The Israel delegate added the been employed by the Arab states warning, however, that "ihe implefor military purposes against Is mentation of this compensation rael. and recalling that Palestinian offer is bound to be affected by feuayeen had been trained 'lor economic warfare carried out murder and sabotage" by the against Israel by the countries Egyptian army, and operated unwhose residents would be the der Egyptian army command. Mr. claimants of compensation." Comay asked: "Is this alleged : right of free choice vested in refu. T****** ••* •** Israel s who have been trained to "" • !•*• %  Comay stressed. ho may "'* ••*• satisfaction to bo Miami's blights will get full treatment Friday at a luncheonseminar when "What's Wrong With Miami'''' will be discussed by a panel of long-time observers Participants are Ralph Renick. fj C ht aaainst Israel, or Bill Bayer. Howard Brown. Don be formed into an army to be used w .* ,, .* d in b^hortHify, M d ** Butler of WGBS. Mrs. Lillian C. j n a second round' against IsClaughton. Mrs. T. T. Stevens. Robrael?" ert Fitch Smith, and Lewis F. Harder, of the Miami Board of Realtors. Moderator will be E. Albert Pallot, chairman of the recently char tered City of Miami beautification committee, sponsoring the event. The public is invited. Pallot said. Reservations for the luncheon can be made with Mrs. Frances Blake. Miami Dade County Chamber of Commerce. The program marks the commit-! tee's first open meeting and takes place in the Sky room of the Dupont Plaia hotel at 12:15 p.m. vOGlJST BROS h>V It %  f-< ht si Turning to the question of Israel's contribution to a solution of the refugee problem, Mr. Camay said: "Whatever Israel can constructively contribute, it will contribute — but the basic solution lies in the Arab lands and not in Israel." Ho referred to the offer made in August, 19S5 by the tote United States Secretary of Slate John Foster Dulles to help obtain international funds to aid Israel to pay compensation to refugees entitled to such compensation. "If a solution of the refugee problem by integration in Arab off from our immediate environment. But the peace will not bo the peace of the grove. Wo ar* sometimes told that Israel %  night bring peace nearer if we weakened oor country by amputating its territory, or by opening our borders to persons who opposed our statehood at its inception, and feel no possible allegiance towards it today. It is inconceivable that any government of Israel would be elected to office on such a mandate. What is more, it is inconceivable to ua that any other country would behave any differently, if its situation similar to Formerly of Cincinnati. O.. Mr. and Mrs. Abram I for their support of the Histadrut Kupat Holim n_, reel's Neger. Citation was made by Israel Stolarskrl secretary of Histadrut, at recent Greater Miami function at the Seville hotel. ADL Program To be Televised Ben-Gurion Branch I Concluding bis address, Comay lands were actually carried out. told the committee: "We repeat and if the international assistance that Israel is prepared immediateBen-Gurion Brand •will meet Wednesday Beth El CongregiUoa. "A Salute to the American TheSachs will preside. atre," a special hour-long star-' highlight Jewish Be studded program devoted to the cording to Manuel theme of freedom and anti-discrimBernard Furman. Ba ination in the theater, featuring exwill review •Narrow cerpts from 12 outstanding draby Y. Bernstein, ma matic and musical plays with j ed study of life in a Franchot Tone as the narrator, will be presented on WTVJ-TV, ch. 4. Sunday, 11:30 a.m. Produced by Jack Kuney of the DR. HERBERT F. ROSS Chiropractic Physician WISHES TO ANNOUNCE • THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICE FOR THE PRACTICE OF CHIROPRACTIC 7790 Coral Way CA 1-8188 offered in 1955 were available, Is-11* to enter into negotiations for an j? ubhc %  """? departm f. n, .. of C _? S rael would be prepared to pay I overall and final settlement of all I outstanding differences. If the time is not yet ripe for that, we are prepared to measures as would relax tension and reduce the danger of another conflict, including a non-aggresNewa in cooperation with the AntiDefamation League of B'nai B'rith. the special hour-long broadcast is negotiate such being presented in connection with the League's llth annual America's Democratic Legacy Award, which this year is being given to sk>n pact, and an agreed regional the American theater. f!fw e for d tom me n under | Special guests on the program n WC i ~ ndlt,0n8 C n,rol ,nd '""I be Dore Senary. Henry E inspection. 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>mber 4, 1S59 +Jmisti Moric/ifori Page 5-B jcademy Women meet at the home Be Lobel to plan Dec. 9 membership the Fontainebleau hotel. Seated bit) are Mesdames Lobel, Jack Gerlh Shapiro, president, Samuel Reinis Rosenstein, Abraham Steinberg, indwerg. Sealed (second row) are Southern Section Elects Miamians Four Greater Miamians active in Jewish Center affairs were elected to prominent posit'ons at the 14th annual conference of the Southern Section, National Jewish Welfare Board, in San Antonio, Tex. Named at the recent gathering were Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Section vice president; A. Budd Cutler, secretary; Leon Kaplan, JWB board of directors; and Efraim Gale, board of governors. Meyer L. Balser, Atlanta life insurance counselor, was elected Section president. Mrs. Sirkin is a former president of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center t _Cmier..Js currently vice president. Kaplan is a past president of the Southern Section, and Gale 's GMJCC executive director. i~ • 71 -. i ] Mesdames Alexander S. Gross, Zvi Berger, Leo Reinhard, Leonard Rosen. Standing (left to right) are Mesdames Irving Firtel, Morris Laster, Lena Gutstein, Al Miller, Jacob Katz, Samuel Farber, Bertha Davidson, Sue Hermon, Isadore Spolter. Buslni Speci Have that s Meeting, Banquet, or I Occasion rs. Benjamin B. Rosenberg shown above with Sam president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, ^ute dinner in their honor attended by more than 400 id community leaders. The silver service set was my gifts received by the Rosenbergs prior to their jr Boston, where Dr. Rosenberg will take the post of director of the Associated Jewish Philanthropies British MP's Protest Neo-Nazis LONDON—(JTA)— Nine Labor Party members of Parliament protested Tuesday in a letter published in Reynolds News, against the fact that there are 1,000 former Nazis among the judges on the bench in West Germany whom the members of Parliament accused of "making a mockery" of justice. The letter was in reply to a statement made here last week by the West German Ambassador, who had declared that Dr. Konrad Adenauer, Chancellor of the German Federal Republic, "is the first person to insist on rooting out former Nazis." The World Jewish Congress has delivered a memorandum to the West German envoy, protesting the release from arrest of Dr. Maximilian Merten, a Nazi war criminal recently amnestied by Greece. Merten, who had returned to Germany, had been jailed by the Berlin authorities but was unexpectedly released last Monday. You'll find completefocilities to exactly satisfy your needs in the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherazade and Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a wedding or a private paity! at the INCH? irlth tn :H? > )A 1 Tit* •olden Uene town Miami's only 'od raataurant firlV I Coffee HOUM EENGJL In O U N O %  Hollow drink* In • unique setting islVC.Za.ieM ft, weal Moving Firm Adds Equipment A new 40-ft. all-aluminum trailer is the latest piece of equipment to be added to the facilities of Ace R. B. Van Lines, of 2136 NW 24th ave., Miami. The trailer made its maiden trip along the eastern seaboard last month, carrying (he household effects of a dozen families. Ace R. B. Van Lines, with a modern fireproof warehouse here, features both local and long-distance moving. The firm also packs and crates fr domestic and overseas travel. "Moving can be a pleasant experience for the housewife, and she can be sure her possessions are safe when Ace R. B. Van Lines is on the job," a firm official de dared. In operation 13 years, the firm is now an ICC. carrier, serving the eastern seaboard, as well as many midwestern points. Branch offices are located in Key West and St. Petersburg.—S.T. Auxiliary Seminar Scheduled Seminar for volunteer chairman of the Women's Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai Hospital will take place Thursday, Dec. 10. Mrs. Milton Sirkin, chairman, Mrs. Edward Roth, coordinator of the program, and Mrs. Doris Frankenthal and Mrs. Bernard Spector, volunteer interviewers, will take charge of the orientation program. DPkiE Assn. Has Meeting Executive board meeting of Delta Phi Epsilon Alumnae Assn. was called by president Mrs. Harriet Wishner on Monday at the home of Mrs. Rhona Guberman, 8230 SW 42nd st. tor Information! HAZEL ALLISON Catering Director, JE 1-6061 26th St. Colllnm Ave. THE FINEST FOR YOUR AFFAIR Your choice of the following rooms: EMBASSY • VICTORIA • BRIGADOON KING'S TERRACI • ARGYLE • HEATHER Surroundings of elegance and luxury, faultless service and incomparable cuisine. Croups of 10 to 475 are accommodated royally for all catered occasions. For menus and information loll: Ku.t Weill Catering Director UN 6-7792 HOTEL • POOL On-Premisei Parking .BALMORAL CABANA CLUB SIX ACRES ON THC OCEAN AT 98th STREET, • MIAMI IEACH



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Page 12-A +Je*lsitnor*m*r> Rabbi Korflinsky Named to New I. Etz Chaim Friday Cong. Proposed Temple and school building of Monticello Park Congregation. Monticello Seeks Building Funds Announced Wednesday was the formates. aJ.CongWsjnHss„i i z Chaim at 408 16th st., Miami Beach. Rabbi Chaim Karlinsky has been appointed as spiritual leader of the Orthodox synagogue. Rabbi Karlinsky, who will also serve as rabbi of the United Kashr u s Assn. o f Greater Miarr-i. comes to Miami Beach from Brooklyn. N. Y. For 17 years, he was spiritual leader of the Jewish Center Nachlat Zion there. He has been a member for 30 years of the Union of Orthodox Rabbis of America, and currently serves on its executive board. He Congregation of Monticello Park, I is a graduate of the Slobodka Yei currently in the midst of an inten-! shiva and Universal Yeshiva of sive building fund campaign, has Jerusalem. He received smicha | set Dec. 29 as the final date to from the late Chief Rabbi Abra1 raise $125,000 in cash. bam Kook, of Israel. An emergency meeting of the j i congregation will be held at the j | congregation. 1099 NE 163rd St., | "W K. 11 No. Miami Beach, on Sunday eve| ning. Architectural plans have been ; completed and bids have been let, ; with an announcement by the building committee that the synai gogue and school structures will | not exceed $325,000. Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz. spiritual Rabbi Karlinsky, who lived for many years in Israel, was editor in 1932 of the weekly Ha'Yesod of Tel Aviv. From 1*53 te 1958, ha was associate director of the Department •* idweanen of the City of Haifa. He currently contributes a weekly column to Hataofeh, religious doily newspeper published in Tel Aviv. Rabbi Karlinsky is married, has Joint Jewisk] Book Monti I Rabbi H. R M guest speaker at j] Month meeting tf sj Teachers Assn. SonssT the Crown hotel. Mrs. Joshua Z. dent, said the mrrtaH in conjunction \n2i|J brew speaking chapttnj tadrut Ivnt. leader, said Wednesday "that this | two children and four grandchil| is the most crucial period in history of the congregation." the dren. He is a descendant of the Bes Harav of Volozgin. His wife.' Chava, is the granddaughter of j Rabbi Strashun of Vilna. Congregation Etz Chaim will! President, will pmfct hold daily services. Saturday ser d vices this weekend will include sermons in the morning and between Mincha and Maanv. Chevra Mishnayos will be or Charles Fruchtman has been designated "Man of the Year" by Yeshiva University and will be guest of honor at Yeshiva's annual dinner commemorating its 73rd academic year at the Fontainebleau hotel Dec. 27. Discussing plans for the dinner with Fruchtman (seated left) are dinner co-chairmen Leo Robinson (also seated), R. Williams Apte (standing left), and J. A. Cantor. Lecture Series At Beth Jacob Beth Jacob Congregation announces the first in a series of eight lectures to be offered by ganired at a meeting at the con Rabbi Tibor Stern on the second! gregation Sunday evening, and and fourth Wednesday evenings will convene every day thereafter. of each month, beginning with) Wednesday, Dec. 9, 8 p.m., at the I „ •., synagogue. SU Washington ave. |IWl 0*9 M Television First lecture will be "The .Coo1 .-ru, „ My God ~ by Herman P P KK C l e Jew sh 1 r m ly. *< Wouk. will be discussed by Rabbi Rabbi Stem will discuss natural Benno Wallach, of Temple Sinai. Joshua Z Stadia,) enkranz. Benjamin and Mrs. Nathan Wa| charge of arranges**,! Sen. Douglas Will Speak at Yeshiva University Dinner Sen. Paul Douglas, of Illinois, will join Dr. Samuel Belkin as -uest speaker at a dinner at the Fontainebleau hotel Dec. 27 in honor of Yeshiva University's 73rd academic year. The dinner will honor Charles Fruchtman as "Man of the Year." Radio commentator Gabriel Heatter will be toastmaster. Co-chairmen of the dinner are and Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, TernEPHUN'S Nil BOOK STI Laroett ffifJOtttl Supply HtuM in Gnelvl WrttfMUssfl Compltt* Lint of I for SynigoguM, I Sunday I Men's Club 'Penny Soft/ Annual "Penny Sale" of the Men's Club of the Israelite Center! will be held on Saturday, 8 p.m., in the Center's Social Hall. 3196 SW 24th ter. Chairman of the affair is Bernard I. Gelbert. Committee includes Sam Azrikan, Bud Burt, Maurice Kelman and Ben Segal. selection, Darwinism and the Torah point of view on evolution. pieNer TuiTidr on* tie" WCKT chTV j [ ,8RAEU 0,rTI The congregation and Sisterhood | television program. "Still Small % 17 Wesaaselss &f *, I are sponsors of the lectures that I Voice." The program is scheduled J are free to the public. |for Sunday at 10 a.m. |~-r, Ceramics Works on Soft Well made and original handcrafted ceramics will be available at the yearly sale of the Ceramic R. Williams Apte, J. A. Cantor,ILeague of Miami on Tuesday, 930 and Leo Robinson. a.m., in the workshop of the Joe Dinner committee includes Judge'and Emily Lowe Gallery, 1301 Mil ,wiBe Fred Barad. Sue and Anne Berkowitz, Morris Bienenfeld, B. I. Binder, William Bornstein, Ben Boskin, Jack Ciment, Joseph Cohen, Fred B. Dalton, Mrs. J. Ep-tein, Irving Firtel, Morris Fox, Leo Gelvan, Harry Genet, Martin Genet, Mrs. Louis Glasser, Pauline Gnandwerg, Isadore Goldberg, Sol Goldman, Maurice Goldring. Col. William Harris, Manuel Josseloff. Louis Kenin, Nellie C. King. Also William Kline, Joseph H. Kraus, Ehiel Lesowoder, David Levinson, Kolman Luria, Mrs. I. Mamlett, I. H. Mellman, Louis Merwitzer, Alex Miller, Jack Mintzer, Jack Muravchick, Coleman Olen, J. W. Olshen, Jack S. Popick, Sam Reinhard, Elie Rob' inson, Joseph M. Rose, Ouida Rubin, Sam Rudnick, Ben Schwedel, Max Sheinman, Benjamin Sherry. Tobias Simon, Isadore Spolter, Leon Stoller, William Sussman, Elizabeth Zentler, Dr. Matthew Zuckerman. ler dr., Coral Gables. Miami Hebrew Book Store 1585 WASHINGTON AVE. Miami Beach — JE S-3S40 Habraw Raligioua Suppliaa for Synagoguas. School* A Private L'M ISRAELI S DOMESTIC OIFT ISRAELI RELIGIOUS STORE ALL HEBREW SUPPLIES K SYNAGOSUtS I JiWISH HOMIS 1357 WASHINGTON AVE. JE 1-7722 THE UNITED KASHRUS ASSOCIATION of Greater Miami, Inc. Announces That We HAVE WITHDRAWN SUPERVISION from WEINER'S MARKET 1332 N.E. 163rd St. North Miami Beach Ions require time Surely it i* only good sense to devote is much mention to selecting a family burial estate •a you would to making your will. Yet so often one tends to postpone this important decision until an emergency arises. Isn't today the beat lime to start planning? Why not find out •bout Mount Nebo now. 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4, I9S9 +JewlstiFk)ridRan Page 9-A Wave of Persecution for Jews of Lebanon yj 1V—(JTA)—Newspapers saed fear Tuesday that fave of persecutions was unchcd against the Jews in Lebanon following publication of reports in the Beirut newspaper, Al Khiyatt, in the morning that seven Jews had been arrested in Beirut Monday on charges of illegal contact with Israel. According to the B.I rut newspaper, a Jewish cotton merchant, Felix Bali, was detained after letters from Israel war* found in his possession. He confessed, the paper said, to have been in contact with six other Beirut Jews. The contact was maintained through European countries. While the correspondence found dealt only with general matters, the paper said, Lebanese security officers were trying to discover their "true meaning." It said further arrests were expected. Discovery of an Israel spy ring in Lebanon was reported recently. '5 %  •I 6. El Al brad Airlines, Ltd. I • • /**\ David and Goliath (or the first 10 years of EL AL Israel Airlines) That's El Al on the left. Right up there today with the giant airlines. But it wasn't an easy climb! When El Al Israel Airlines was first established in 1949, right after Independence, we never dreamed that it would become a first-line international carrier within 10 years. I Actually, the airline was originally set up because air transportation was desperately needed to bring the immigrants to Israel from the camps and places of refuge, and there was simply no oue else to do the job.) Today, El Al is a factor in air transport not only to Israel, but betiveen New York and London, Paris, Rome as well. It may surprise you to learn that a large number of our passengers this past season were people who chose El Al to get to Europe. Our jet-powered Britannia service has won the respect of the civil aviation worl 1 for quality of navigation, ail P and waij tanance. Especially impi-essive is El Al", aa-tiffa p.iioimance during 1959-one of the highest, if not the highest, of any international airline. And El Al is rated among the highest in another important respect: the efficiency and helpfulness of its service to the passenger and travel agent. You have to have something special to survive among the giants, let alone grow. El Al has demonstrated that it has it. El Al Israel Airlines, 610 Fifth Avenue, New York 20, N! Y. Also: Chicago, Beverly Hills, Philadelphia, Cleveland, Montreal.



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Page 2-A $238,000 in Pledges Mount at Weshi Humphrey Sees Link Between Sinais at additioti! at a faacvana m Cash, wnerto %  IT David Phillips. Isoapalal trustee Principal speaker was L" S Sen. Habert fliiapili i j 'D.-M.nn.-. who tali the Catherine that "there is a las* betweea ML Smai Hospital oT Greater MUsei aad 1 Sinai of the Tea C ia w ias tB For Ml. Ssaas Hospital here is lirac fesfiauaeBt of the message wh.eh was hraagnt oa tablets by M Orr to Speck At Chapter Meet Lows B. Boberuun. p r u iatet of the Dade Mea's chapter. American Jewish Congress, has announced John B. Orr. jr. as featured speaker at a Dec. t meeting of the chanter. The meeting, to begin 8:3a p m. will be held at the Normany Isle Branch of the Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assa. Orr. who will be presented an award for his "outstanding service in government." win speak on "The Grey Flannel Mind." Up for consideration will be the issue of changing the group from a men's to a couples' chapter. •f thm Sonata's national Jneatcsl sieseerca Study. Son. I Santa* r a y toW the Was*view/ m oaH n ej that "H was as wart of rnts sSvOy rhat I visooa in Moscowan Doc 1. I with the choirwtan of two Council of Mtra $t*tn • Hit Stvif IgHMotwv Nniita S. KHrwshchov. Since tfca* day las* roar, we have coma nutte a way in America n-Soviaf awdacal cooneratien. but wa still have a long way to go." CoL Jacob Arvey. noted Chicago Democratic Party leader and Miami Beach winter resident, presented Philips with a bronze plaque m recognition at his achievement as "Oatstanding Voiunteer" for ML Sinai. WiDiam Weintraub. dinner chair man. and Mrs. David P. Catsman. chairman of the women's conanitmittee, received plaqari in recognition of their effort in behalf of Mt Sinai Hospital. IB Use bhky. ro *''' U1 St | ber of fasMat „ ******* of oTJ • wJl have at Asaba^ador i .dignitaries n ,, jibe Grand GiSay. Dinner is ts W i Dance ana* a] t*o weiiknowt EnHrfaiaaaat mj •day .bast afsfcn, chafe it* mtin t, •bsw. starrian DAILY PICK-UPS TO NEW YORK M. LIEBER.MAN & SONS L0CA1 AMD LONG DISTANCE MOVING TO AND FROM NfW T • ALtAtfT • f %  tOsTWHCl oad PHUADCLrK'A • %  AlTUWOtf WASNtSTON • BOCTOM athar paints Weekly Service fir. ft—k Constructed Storage Warehouse 655 Collins Ave., Miami Beach Did JE 8-8353 ^AAaAA WE INSTALL CLASS EOR EVERY PVRPOSE STOW FtOMT run AM) WINDOW MASS frmti*rt Toes, fevelca mkrms and tesifvrriea Our Ssecnrfty LAG. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS T 1M S.W. Stn ST. m~.ii Orl.it Pkwaa Ft M34I PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. "Miomi's Leading Memorial Dealers" Sonriaf tha Jewish Ceojaaelfy Since 192 — frUAIAhTtn Flnf ST wUAUTY MONUMKNTS AT lOWtST FIXES AND OMIT JEWISH MONUMENT BUILDERS CATIAIMG txctusivur TO TIN? JFWfSJf cumrui M MIAMJI •UrVI MAtltnrS HEADSTONES EOOTSTONCS >R>


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%  r 4, 1959 >Jewish flcridllan Tees Tfiis Weekend EL. 7801 Carlyle avi. it Isaac Ever. Saturday 8:30 a.m. fs\ rholngtcal Record Bar Mitivah: Ir. and Mrs. Edward 2833 8W IMh av. Maxwell Silberman, Saturday 9 a.m. i sw 3id ava. ConYaakov Rosenberg W. Llpeon. Sermon: 'This la nan Wouk." Service Hook Month. Satur. it avail: Ronald, son Roy Mack. • %  17th ave. Orthodox. %  3-Hlff. Saturday 8:}0 a.m. True to Our Blrth; 12250 NW 2nd ava. fctabbl David W. HerBrman Fein. Bermon: "The Story h In a Series." SatgrunViits nf religious |pate. Sermon: "I>lfruilarlUee In Human 4000 Prairie ave. OrC_^ on\-ertation nrnrion rrntf ,nVx3 r : T • nnpnn* rrioii inp^ rn ,1920 T r : T tt m*nn nx T : T T I 'tT • T .Qn^JKI "ltfK V T T V t I • T • I m ^atfa m1a -, T -Cmia ^s"' ? DI rns nivn X'n J '• TIT r /rvwna—ririB^ ,o-Vg *qian 7 vv Ifcraa .cyaa na niihnxn IT -1 T •"T 1 ? n"?KD o-nnx ... ....... • T -I • T • I rTj?an niti?ai .inxn "na ION%  M.llll.-.CAHDLWGHTING TIME 3 Kislev — 5:11 pan. ir*' Federation ions under which the lunity in the country rere such that there for a large, powerful ganization. When the is founded, in the year [upon itself the concern Beds of the worker, bewas no other body I for them. It had to be not only with finding for its members, but eating employment for to worry about health using, education of the %  its, and even books fords (that is to say), I life. the last ten years sevtasks have passed Government. But tone Histadrut works in and fulfills important life of the country. I by Brit Ivjit Olamit) PvidSv 0 "-.,"" ,bl H Lou Rottman. Friday 5:15 p.m. Saturday 8;1S am Sermon: "Our Spiritual Heir*." *^J. H n^KB %  B-W Wa.hln B ton Can'tnr M. d X S' bbt Tibor Stern, cantor Maunca Mamches. SSt£'^ d ** w ^ !" a \t B l"o5o\ PH *f^~ !" NW 3r 8 fTH TFILAH. 935~Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E Rackovtky. in.l.iv 5:15 p.m. Saturday |:ls am .Sermon: "Are We or Are We X.,f" Sermon at 4:lj p.m.: "is it Worth It?" ^O"* 1 WAY JEWISH CENTER. uif-A^.. 34 584 MUmi R b •""• Friday 8:30 p.m. at 8640 SW 16th st. Sermon: I •ayoffa, Payola and J robes. Saturday 9 a.m. 3ADE HEIGHTS CENTER. 18180 NW 2nd ave. Conaervative. Cantor Emanual Mandel. FLAQLER. GRANADA. 50 NW 81at pi. Conaervative. Rabbi Bernard Shoter. Cantor Fred Bernitein. Friday 5:18 and 8:11 p m. S.rmon: %  i n Which Direction Shan We Turn?" Oneg Bhabbal hoata: Mr. an.I Mrs. Alexander Bchpolaky. Saturday :t a.m. Bar Mltzvah: Larry, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Faerman. FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801 E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi Mariua Ranson. Cantor Sherwin Lavine. —•— HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 8th st. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander Cross. —— a —. HIALEAH REFORM JEWI8H CONGREQATION. 1150 W. C8th st.. Palm ave. HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 2030 Polk at. Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. • ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 24th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavaky. Cantor Louia Cohen. Friday 5:30 and Bslfi p.m. Sermon: "Satans of Today." KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ava. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrtiala. Cantor Abraham Seif. Friday S p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m. Barman: "Two Forces in the worji a —— MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION. 1101 SW 12th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Herachell Saville. Cantor Joseph Salzman. Friday 5:15 p.m. Saturday H a.m. S.rmon: "Fulfilling i Mir i "lilluatlons." MONTICELLO PARK. 164th at. and NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipshitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenba'um. a NORTH DADE CENTER. 13630 W. Dixie • hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Henry Okollca. Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. a NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620 75th at Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. Friday 5:13 p.m. Baturday !> a.m. Pnr Mltzvah: Walter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Flaot.-: Riohard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Friedman. Sermon: "Weekly Portion." a SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th at. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. Frldav :30 p.m. Ciuest speaker: Dr. Ivan "Hov. of the DnlveraHy of Miami Department of Religion. Topic: "God Seeks Man." • TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr.. S. Miami. Rerorm Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charlea Kodner. a TEMPLE BETH EL. 1645 Polk at. Hollywood. Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. TCMOI.F nrTH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1728 Monroe st. Conservative Rabbi Samuel Lerer. Cantor Ernest Schreiber Friday 8 p.m. Sermon: "Don t Sell Your Birthright." Saturday 9 a.m. Rar Mltzvah: Michael Jay. son of Mr. and Mrs. Ike Margolls. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chaa* ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronlsh Cantor Davlo Convlaar. Friday 8:16 p.m. Sermon: The Immortal Saga of Jacob and Esau. Saturday 10:45 a.m. TEMPLE B'NATSHOLOM. 16800I NW 22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon Edwards. Cantor Ben Gross Friday 8:15 p.m. Samoa: 'nay of Infamy." Oneg Shabbat follows. TEMPLE EMANU'EL. 1701 W***""? %  : ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irvine Lehrman. Cantor Israel Reich Friday 5 and 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "From Ape to Man-On an Evaluation of Darwin Saturday 9 a.m. Bartaon. •w".kly Portion." Bar Mitivah: Haul Phillip, son of Mr ""'I Mi" '-' r > Hoffman: M.-hln Xuawne. son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred W. Kati. TEMPLE "SRAELT 1S7 NE 19th St Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot Cantor Jacob Bornsteln. BVIdav 8-15 P.m. Sermon by Rabbi SUM.' E Palnlck. a--l"J-" "" \ r "^l leader: "Is the Jewish Fami> DUIntegTatlng?" Dr. Narot and Cantor Bornsteln to offici ate. -rrruoi sr IIIDFA 320 Palermo ave T L^raT. ttbbl M." Skop. Canto' Herman Oottlleb. Friday 8:16 p.m. Herman: "What la Page 13-A With obvious gratification. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg accepts a plaque of recognition from Dr. Avraham Biran, Minister of Armistice Affairs for Israel, at a dinner of tribute Sunday night at Miami Springs Villas. Rabbi Rosenberg and Congregation Beth David were honored for their "outstanding efforts on behalf of Israel Bonds." Congratulations for a job well done is extended by Samuel Oritt (center), general chairman with Jack A. Cantor of the Greater Miami Israel Bond committee, to Harry Gordon (left) and Mrs. Gordon, who were chairmen of arrangements for the dinner of tribute to Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg and Congregation Beth David Sunday night at Miami Springs Villas. More than 400 attended the dinner, with many turned away because of lack of accommodations. | i Hillel Mortgage Burning Put Off The Hillel Foundation dinner scheduled for Sunday evening at j the Algiers hotel has been post-; poned until next May, it was anj nounced Wednesday by Harold | Thurman and Sam A. Goldstein, dinner committee co-chairmen. Reason given for the postponement was the conflict with other comrminity-wide affairs being held during the same week. "It it our hop* that by potporting our affair until aftar tha Federation campaign, w will make tha function a truly community-wkla effort that will incur* complete tuceass to the drive to rai$e fund* for the burning of the present Hillel mortgage." The campaign chairman emphasized that the campaign for funds To Join Jewish Agency JTA—By Direct Teletype Wire PARIS—A decision to join forces with the Jewish Agency to improve some underdeveloped settlements in Israel was approved Tuesday by the Council of Administration of the Jewish Colonization Assn. The goal of the protram, according to Sir Henry D. Goldsmid, JCA president, is to bring the settlements up to standard, which will permit normal progress. The program will embrace 20 to 25 settlements, and will cost £15 million. Beth El Sisterhood Meeting Congregation Beth El Sisterhood will hold a luncheon Tuesday noon in Dora August Memorial Hall, 500 SW 17th ave., Miami. Beth David Buys $100,000 in Bonds At Tribute Dinner In an outpouring, -of esteem for Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, spiritual ,lgi^er of Congresatjpjj BejJ b. David, more than 40umemF)ers oi'TW congregation jammed the dining hall of Miami Springs Villas Sunday night and purchased $100,000 in State of Israel Bonds in his honor. The audience filled the room to capacity, and many more had to be turned away because of lack of accom modations. Dr. Avraham Biran, director of the Israeli Ministry of Armistice Affairs, paid tribute to Rabbi Rosenberg and Congregation Beth David for their aid to Israel's economic progress through purchases of Jsrael Bonds. Co-chairmen of the dinner arrangements committee were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon. Toastmaster was Stanley C. Myers. Conducting the appeal for Israel Bond sales was Rabbi Leon Kronish, of Temple Beth Sholom. Award of the flag of the City of Jerusalem was made by Dr. Biran to the congregation in token of its efforts for Israel. Sidney M. Aronovitz. president, accepted the flag on behalf of the congregation. A special plaque was presented to Rabbi Rosenberg by Dr. Biran, for his leadership on behalf of Israel Bonds, which included serving as first High Holiday chairman of Greater Miami. A surprise coincidence of the presentation was the revelation by Rabbi Rosenberg that Dr. Biran had been his Hebrew teacher in Baltimore 25 years ago. Rabbi Rosenberg was unaware of this fact until the dinner itself/ when he recognized Dr. Biran as his one-time teacher. Citing the economic progress which Israel has achieved with the aid of Israel Bond funds, Dr. Biran emphasized the role of bond investments in the expansion of production for export in industry, agriculture and the exploitation of natural resources. Dr. Biran pointed out that Israel Bonds have pioneered in the established and development of new enterprises such as the chemical industry, the mining of phosphates, and the production of potash and copper, which have created wider opportunities for earning foreign exchange. Dr. Biran praised the support given to the Israel Bond program by Congregation Beth David under the guidance and leadership of Rabbi Rosenberg. "The economic aid which you 1 are lending to Israel is deeply appreciated by our government, and our people," he said. "It is a privI ilege to be here with you tonight as their representative in this deeply deserved tribute to your rabbi and your congregation." Entertainment was provided by the former Israeli opera star, Shoshana Shoshan, who presented a program of songs which included opera arias in Hebrew. would continue unabated until the opening of the Federation campaign early next year. Our Birthright?" Saturday 10:30 ajn. liar Mitivah: Michael, s-n of Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Scaulner. TEMPLE NER TAMID. SOth at. ant Tatum Waterway. Modern Trad I tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovltz. Can lor Samuel Gomberg. ,.„,.„.,., Krlcniatr> ami It.-lil..„H IJra-l-eH^"^"f", HI „l Horn It Affects Us, Saturda> 8:45 a.m. TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 1210C NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Benno Krlday S:" p.m. Sermon: 'Keynote Address." TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 95T r£m4nV Wa?. Conservative. R.bb. Friday "'is' p.m. Sermon: "Not by Might' but through Spirit" OnM Shahbat hosts: Mr. and Mr.. Sam Ko-wnli-k Saturday 9 a.m. Mlncha 5 pm Bar aBtavK: Raphael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Dobba. TFMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th st. Conservative. Rabbi AJJre* w man. Cantor Jacob Ooldfarb. Friday :30 p.m. Sermon: "The Voice of Jacob." linn: Shahbat hosts: Members of Phi I'elta (iainma. Saturday 9 a.m. Bar Mitivah: Sam. son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Harris. • TIFERETH ISRAEL. 8500 N. Mlam' ave Conaervative. Rabbi Harry L. Lawrence. Cantor Albert Qlantx. Friday 8:30 p.m. DallUOn: "Lei Ul r..f..iv n ica." Ones; Slvihli.it hoata: Mr. sn.I Mrs. Hamhl Kobln. In honor of the return of their son. Jack, from the Armed Forces overseas. Saturday 9 a.m. e TORAH TEMPLE. 1254 West ave Traditional. Rabbi Abraham Cassel • YOUNG ISRAEL. 1750 NE 10th ave. Orthodox. Jlabbi Sherwin Stauber. Friday B:1S tLta. Saturday •> a.m. Sermon: "The Ptory of Our People." %  ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44 Za mora ave. Conservative. Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitx. Cantor Meyer Qlsaer. Frldav 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Review of 'Thls'l* Mi God,' by H.'-man Wouk." Oneg Shabbat hosts: Mr. and Mrs. (ieorge Greenberg. Saturday 8:30a.m. Beth Raphael Reelects Officers Julius Sapero has been reelected president oi Beth Raphael Congregation. Other officers reelected at a recent meeting are Lawrence T. Berliner, first vice president; Charles Klein, second vice president; Ralph Krieger, secretary; Joseph Schwartz, treasurer; and Benjamin Agranow, recording secretary. The meeting discussed plans for major repairs to the synagogue located at 139 NW 3rd. ave. Post Office Hloves Miami Springs Post Office has moved to its new location in the former Curtiss National Bank bldg.., 101 Westward dr., Miami Springs. Business is going on as usual from the new location, effective last Monday morning, according to Postmaster E. M. Dunlap.



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Pace 2- &f itmistnrrkBnr After Many Years, He Fulfills a Personal Vow Some 53 years ago. a youn : nessman. He was a key figure in man who had come to this coun-,, th^ development otJfce Cetote* try from Rus-.j witnessed "how the "poor mans treatment" was extended to h s >.-:er in one of New York's hospitalHis family, who then lived in Brownsville. X. Y. 'AJ|M trying to get over the depression With six children, things were not easy When one of four girls fell sick, help had to be obtained on a charity basiin an Outpatient Clinic of the Kind's County H^spi'al. The young man, who pledged himself to oo something one day o to it that equal consideration would be given to patient; without regard to their economic situation has now donated $250.000 to endow the Owt-Patien* Pavilion of the new Sit. Sinai Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. S. Harvey Greet span—Mrs. Greenspan u the former Jean Kiieger. whose parents participated actively in Miami's growth—some time ag%> visited the new hospital then under contraction, and upon being shown all of its facilities, decided to dedicate the Out-Patient because of its modern, cheerful rooms, where the patient would know instinctively that he .-he best medical care, regardless of his ability to pay. industry He is interested in Florida's citrus concentrate industry And at this time, he is engaged .n exploiting industrially the Puerto Rican cherry known Nt r. -founding high vitamin C content. He is not the man to seek pubfor himself. "As a matter of fact.'" he says. "I have granted only two interviews in my life. one to the financial page of the Npa York Times, and one to Today's Health.' when it reported the story of the Puerto Rican cherry." He and his wife live in a comfortable villa on Riva Alto Island. Though exquisitely furnished and tastefully decorated not overly luxurious On Its bookshelves are many Hebrew and Judaic texts, and when tune permits. Greenspan likes to read the pages of history reflecting the centuries-old strugsle of his people. %  I didn't want any publicity for my contribution because th. not the essence of my giving. It is deep, personal satisfaction I derive from the fact that after s. uunrn uttiisn* Youth Center Luncheon Slated AJCongress Louise Waterman Greenspan is a successful bustu;.se Youth Center luncheon, to be held Tuesday noon, is slated for tSe Ivory Tower of the Saxony hotel, according to Mrs. David Muskat. president of the Florida Women's Division. The Youth Center located in %  was adopted as an ncao Jewish Congress project m tribute to the late Louise Waterman Wise, wife of the Congress founder. Dr. Stephen S. Wise. The Youth Center serves Israelyouth through cultural program which includes Bihle study, art. music and literature It al*o serves as a 1 hostel for youths who come to Israel from all over the world. Rabbi Leon Kroni-h. of Temple Beth Sholom. will be the featured &f peaker at the luncheon. Rabbi Kronish is vice president of the South Florida Council of American Jew.sh Congress and a member of the nat.onal executive committee Mr? Benjamin I Kamen will serre as chairman of the day. Serving also are Mesdames Russell Winer. Louise Waterman Wise Division chairman: Fred Kiesn. Miami chairman: Michael Soatan. Lou.se Wise, chairman: and Mrs. Julien Frank, chairman far the ARISTOCRATIC fj^ROVVTfJ GEFILTE FISH Biseayne chapter. Program chairman will be Mrs. Harold Jaffer. Entertainment will he furnished by Mrs Martha Siever. of St. Louis, noted in operetta circles. so manv year* I have been able tfl fulf H j^ jrpt "r""-'" .made in my younger years. "But some of my friends said that I should not be reluctant to let the world know about it, because it could inspire others to give greater thought to charity Mrs. Greenspan, sharing her husband's views, recalls the day when her parents. Moses and Re becca Kneg?r, founded Be'h Jacob Conregatim on lower Washington are. in Miami Beach. At that time. Greenspan was also a member of the same con-reration—at present he belongs to Temple Emanu-El. "I'm not a joiner. I work, and I dont have too many hours to give. Bat I contribute to many institutions and organizations. One thing, however, of which I am very proud." and he pointed to a framed diploma on the wall my life membership in the Academy of Pol.tical Science of Xew York, which bestowed this honor on me in 19SJ." Mr. and Mrs. Greenspan's name win be perpetuated in the new Mt. Sinai Hospital in big letters But the gratitude of the thousands of men, women and children who will benefit from their gesture in future decades will ecEpse in its greatness the tribute wt-ich is being rendered them now. in the still small voice of the present generation. Friday, c 4a|J m re •** OaT, l.i nil *"i pi. f %  • %  frt tarfT^ 3-A. Mothers Moke •h) survey of hedrii m Reach am. km kind. Miami Bean 3 said Tuesday. "Yes" or No" on*, be made to the fsljtw. Do** any person fc ifc. have athritis? Wus! this household ban defect' Has ay m household had tab? I persons live a tats h> together' Ho* %  a fj this household km W more Salk palis thai It :ii not be u, questioned by the ] ers to give their i kind sauL One a. cover weak Stft tion is underway.. are new btfesj Jan 21 Mrs. HAS ITS TASTY PLACE ON YOUR "WANT-TO-PLEASE" MENUS It's Horewitz-Margarcten, of course, who brings you this aristocratic delicacy. Gcfilte fish made with choice PIKE and WHITE FISH exclusireh from cool Northem lakes.. .blended tradition} all) with the other w hoiesome ingredients of home-made gcfilte fish. So fluffy ... so luscious...with homey thick, shimmerirg jelled sauce. VEGETARIAN Sfote Cosmefic Dtmor>s1rat'*it Philip Ayre Unit of the Women's Corps of the Cancer Research Inite at M:ami .ll meet Monday for breakfast at 9:30 a.m.'at Pinerama Club rooms. 15950 W. Dixie hwy. Program will feature a cos inetic demonstration. c our heolthy portions ii foe full 16-ounce jar de lu*e ..truly delicious YouTl also enjoy C/tese. Sfcef fmess Meefiag Chesed She] Emess Sisterhood will hold a special meeting Monday, l pm. at 500 SW 17th ave. Mrs. Israel Goldberg U president. mUT M TO* IKED MEN UOPECTED C0ESTS CMi? Dromedary CAKE MIXES IN TOMATO SAUCE .HATS ML! and pop M in ttw GesUte Fish, in jumbo or snack-si portions... with dear or jelled sauce... tops in taste! the bakers of %  mTMTisrr Kosher foods 57 VAR £S' MAH0FACTURSO IN U.S.A. BY H.J.HEINZ CO.PITTSBURGH.W This ———" %  %  J WM 11V Ttww — — w t •ays the beans inside the can are Heinz VcgetonM Beans. Meaning, of coarse, the best-tasting %  in all the land! The label also says these be*** strictly Kosher--because it carries the <3> %  *j approval of THE UNION OF ORTHODOX JE* CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA. About all it SJT'I y "-"how about sonie...toiiightr Well--how about it?



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cember 4, 1959 **>•'/#' Flcrirf^r, Pane 11-8 i .13 'Father of the Bride' Traces Exhausted Dad as Daughter Skips Down the Aisle V A ight are Toby Wing, Dennis Kennedy and Pat O'Brien ier of the Bride" now playing at the Coconut Grove ise. ai .i "Faflfer of the Bride," by Caro line Francke, based on the bestselling novel by Edward Streeter, opened at the Coconut Grove Playhouse Tuesday 'evening for two weeks. Starring is Pat O'Brien. Other leading parts of the bride, her groom-to-be, and mother will be played by Karyn Kupcinet (daughter of columnist Irv Kupcinet); Trent Dolan, who was in "Summer and Smoke;" and Toby Wing. Cast also includes Dennis Kennedy, Grace Collette, Jerry LeRal and Jeannette Randall. "Father of Hi* Bride" is the hilarious story of a wedding, a riotous series of incidents that occur in one particular family from the time the daughter announces her engagement, begins to plan her wedding, gather her trousseau, list her presents, and try to trim down the overwhelming list of guests, up to the moment when the ceremony itself is to begin, with the bride's father so exhausted, and bankrupt, that he can barely escort his I daughter down the aisle. These incidents are based on a real-life experience of the author. Edward Streeter, a prominent banker, who as a youthful soldier in World War I wrote another bestseller, "Dere Mabel," has with a few changes related what actually happened to him when his daughter, Claire, became engaged and made her plans to marry a young army aviator. Pat O'Brien, one of his profession's most awarded actors, has appeared in over a dozen Broadway hits including "My Three Angels," "The Front Page," "The Loud Red Patrick," "Danger," "Overture," "The Up and Up" and "Tenth Avenue, Gertie." The production, directed by Owen Phillips, will play through Dec. 13, with Mondays off and Sunday night performances at 7:30. Matinees are still at 1:30 Wednesdays and Saturdays. Schedule Chatwka Workshop Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood of Congregation Monticello Park will hold its monthly meeting Wednesday evening at Monticello Park Jewish Center."Chaniika' workshop is scheduled with the PTA. KENNETH SMITH ALBERT Da COSTA Icryworth, Tab Hunter and Richard Conte star with Gary L in "They Came to Cordura," an adventurous story of fexican border war, now at the Carib, Miami and Miriheatres. • loll to Speck At Youth Meet oe Hall, superintendent of lie County Board of Public |k>n, has been announced as speaker for the sixth anem-age conclave of the Miami Jewish Community ponclavc, the theme of which jes of Today's Teens," will at the Sans Souci hotel from noon to 5 p.m. Co|en of this year's event are .Stone and Leonard Wolfer. Rail will be the main speaker luncheon, which opens the ^e. Over 300 delegates from ZOMPLETE FREEDOM OF CHOICE L.In monument, and all detail*. ~ lif oed by Alfred Browning ker to be America' %  moat .lirinf memorial cardans, aatI jsfy inf your deepeat desins for | beauty and dignity. Perpetual care guarantied THE VISTA •cms* mtWHMtiAt GARDENS Xxectitit* Office* 11 Flamingo PUaa.Hialeah.FU. Fheoat TU 7-3661 teen-age clubs representing four different branches of GMJCC in Dade county will be in attendance. Other participants in the program will be Isidore B. Simkowitz, GMJCC president, Efraim H. Gale, GMJCC executive director, and Emanuel Tropp, assistant director. Following the luncheon, the delegates will attend workshops based on the conclave theme. Such topics as "Teen-age Marriage," "Status Seeking," "You and Your Parents," and "Standards of Behavior at Social Functions" are among those being presented. After the workshop, there will be a dance in the Blue Sails room. Charm Editor in Talk Edith Applebaum, Jewish Floridian columnist, will be guest speaker at a meeting of the South Florida Alumni Club of Rho Pi Phi, international pharmaceutical fraternity. The dinner meeting, to be held jointly with the ladies' auxiliary, is set for Wednesday evening at the Saxony hotel. Miss Applebaum will discuss "Charm !for Two Genders." OUR SPECIALTY -fr INDOLENCE BASKETS FRESHtr PACKED owl DELIVERED WITHIN THE HOUR : RUIT CIRCUS W8 S.W. Flogler Ter. • PHONE • 3-9275—FR 1-2511 fOR BETTER HEAITH VISIT THE MIAMI HEALTH INSTITUTE Physical Therapy • Body Conditioning General Diagnosis and X-Ray Colonic Irriaatient Cabinets and Massage Ultra Sonic Therapy 7235 Biscayne Blvd. PHONE PI 7-7234 Games Kight Tuesday Miami Beach chapter of the Jewish National Home for Asthmatic Children will hold a game night at Kneseth Israel on Tuesday at 8 p.m. Women to Hear Speaker Board of directors of the Women's Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai Hospital will meet Friday morning in the Memorial room of the hospital. Mrs. William Herrick Bernstein, chairman of education, has arranged for Dr. Philip Samet to speak on "Cardiac Research." All-Wagner Fair At UM Concert The third pair of the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra concerts will present an all-Wagner program Sunday and Monday at Miami Beach and Dade County Auditoriums, with three internationally-known soloists — Gertrude Ribla, soprano, Albert Da Costa, tenor, both of the Metropolitan Opera Company, and Kenneth Smith, bass-baritone. In addition to the three guest artists, conductor Fabien Sevitzky has selected three young Miamians —Natalie Pomeroy, lyric soprano, Salwa Merrige Abrams, mezzosoprano, and Flora Previn Lerman, contralto—for the roles of the Rhine Maidens in this program. "The Nibelung Ring, which will be sung entirely in English and will be presented for the first time at these concerts, contrasts the two powers which rule the world, the power of love and the power of gold, with the underlying elemen* behind the struggle between good and evil. Sevitzky has personally transcribed Wagner's four dramatic music dramas, "The Rhinegold," "The Valkyrie," "Siegfried," and "The Twilight of the Gods," into a summary without changing the original composition. ,Ver Tamid Sisterhood Temple Ner Tamid Sisterhood will sponsor a "member-bring-amember" luncheon at the home of Mrs. William Harris, 1316 Bicayne dr., Surfside, on Thursday noon, Dec. 10. Luncheon will be catered by Mrs. Charles Raab. Vice president in charge of membership is Mrs. Carlton Blake. Co-chairman is Mrs. Yvette Silberger. Barrymore film Slated Test shots made by John Barrymore for a proposed film of "Hamlet" will be featured on the second program of the "Movie Making" series at the Miami Public Library on Dec. 10 at 8 p.m. Free tickets are required for admission, and they are available on Monday, 6 p.m., at the Main Library as long as they last. LEiAL NOTlCt NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE i11i-.Ki.i;i GIVEN that ned, desiring to engage In business unuer the llctulous name of EMERALD APARTMENTS at 740 r&aruin* a.ve., aiiam; beach intends to reicisur said name with (he of ill. i i.i.i. Court "f %  < p In. e.a BESSIE B. KAPLAN. Owner HARR1 /.. K..U..UK Attorney for Owner neoln ltd.. .Miami Beach IS I-UJ8-J5 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiiimr to encage m under the fictitious name of l.IiKY AMl'SEMENT CO. at llu s w -Hi Aiv, Intends to re %  aid nun.with the Clerk of the Circuit Cour' of Pauls Cn'inty. Fiorina. LAZARUS SKOI.NICK U I-11-S18-M Oi bit Ma ties FOSTER ELECTRIC COMPANY, INC. v Electrical Contractors RFRIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL ALTERATIONS MAINTENANCE 24-Hour Service AIR CONDITIONING end ADEQUATE WIRING 2264 W. FUGIER ST. HI 1-2*71 Nights. Sunday. Holidays DJsl HI 3-0922 MORRIS FREIDIN 70. of IIMS NE :Mt ave died Nov. t. He was %  retired real estate man who same heTe five y* ago rrom tin B x. W.T. Burvlytoj are Ws wife. ami tin"' son-'. lr J !" f' .,•'"" ,,„, A |,.<. Bsrvlcea were Nov. soat Itlveriide Memorial Chapel. .N'i ,„..ndy Isle, with burial In Ml. W*bO i' mt u'iy, CHARLES I. MINKOFF 79 of 3643 8W 17th St.. died Nov -b. He Jams here fWe years ago from N,.u York. Surviving; are his "ft. lonme two daughters. Including Mr. Gertrude Behmtekj two none and 11 uranclrhlldreii. Services were Nov. 2, with bu rial In Mt. Neb o Cemetery. BEN SILVERSTEIN 70 retired dress manufacturer, died \,\v -:,. He lived at 905 Rue Ven,,„„„._ B nd "%  rom Chicago EUverslde Memorial Chapel, Hormandj isle, with burial in Mt. BUM Cemetery. MRS. PAULINt FIREMAN G2 of 312 Ocean dr.. died N iV. 25. Sh • n,re II years ago from New and :ia member of Betl. Jacob Synagogue, ttirylvingIs a daughter, Mrs. I.llllan l.lebhaber. one son, four grandohfWren, and two %  reat-grandcnlldren. Services were \,n U at Riverside Memorial Cha%  el. VY TOder si. with burial In New York. KALMAN HURWITZ si of 1001 7th st.. died Nov. Mi Hi ,-a'ine Horn New York 14 years ago, and was a retired painter. Surviving are his wife. Mary; BOS, KM: and two crandchlldren. A daughter, Mrs. Martha Holsteln. died Nov. 9. Services were Nov. 25 at Gordon rimer;.' Home, with burial In Mt. Nebo Cemetery. came from Chicago vears ago, Survivors Include two eousfns and two nephews. Services > w.re Nov. 2!> at Riverside Memorial Chapel Nor mandy Isle. DR. MAURICE O.BASSCTT -.9 of UBS Marseille dr., died Nov. *. H ; ,..,„„. her. seven years o Imm Cleveland, and was a retired physician Surviving are his wife. Klta, dughter Mrs. Barbara Herschey; sor an three bi-others. Services were 27 at Riverside Memorial Chanel Washington ave.. with burial In Mt. Nebo C emetery. JOSEPH PELZ ,. -,2 of 72r. NE 24th St.. died Nov 26. He came here 17 years ago from New York and was a cashier at the Centra itank and Trust Co. Snrvtv ng are daughter. MrsGloria '^ %  "n-tt. ami =i brother. S, To Serve You is Our Pleasure Ed. J. Yischi Real Estate In All Its Branches 12416 N.I. 7th AVtNUt Phene Pt 4-4661 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTIfK IS HEREBY tllVEN that the undi i sleni %  de Ins to eng i i s under the flc'ltions name of rOUNO'S APARTMENTS al IMS Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach Intends I fister said name with the Cleric of the Circuit Court of Bade County. TOUNO REA1 TY CORP (a New Yo-k Corp.) Sol,Owner I RON EPSTEIN At tin ii. mt I .lii Rd Miami Bench 1 •>/!_ %  i .••;-•'-, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE US HEREBY QIVEN that the undei signed, dot it Ing to em I ihe flctltl "nami s of A-A-A PRINTERS: TRIPLE A PRESS al 1934 B.W. Hth Street, Miami intends ti. register eald names with r ,i C!< i k of I ho Circuit Court of Dado County, Florida. 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rember 4, 1959 Irody Now Lepselter [p.m. double ring candle nony on Saturday, Nov. |e Fontainebleau hotel, ae M. Brody. daughter of srSam Brody, 629 -N. became the bride of fritter, son of Mr. and Mrs. letter, 9172 Emerson avc. an Kronish, of Temple Dm, Dr. Irving Lehrman, Emanu-El, officiated. Ian was Allen Abelson, |-law of the groom. UshJoseph Feinberg, Fred lack Lear, jr., and Burton I'of honor was Mrs. Allan lister of the groom. Maid [was Brenda Broidy, sisbride. Bridesmaids were Iwartz and Arline Tarshis. ttara Litt was in charge of book. |de is a graduate of Mich High School, and re^er degree in education University of Miami. She president and treasurer I Phi Epsilon social sororpselter is a graduate of each High School, attend1 Iniversity of Florida, and ^ber of Tau Epsilon Pi sonity. •ide selected a traditional [gown of peau de soie, feaalencon lace top, long reembroidered with seed nd iridescents. The bouf^t terminated in a chapel IT five-tiered French illufrom a crown of seed Bie carried white orchards, Mis and lily-of-the-valley pitf satin Bible, belonging room's mother, which she [her wedding day. lion and formal dinner folthe Fontainebleau. +Je*lstFk>rkHar Page 9-B rells Take Ida Tour Marilyn Levitt became irton Lowell Shavell in 2 |rc-monies at Beth David ue on Thanksgiving Day, ly, Nov. 26. Rabbi Yaakov |rg officiated, [•ide is the daughter of Mr. Leon M. Levitt, 2518 SW The groom's parents are Sph Shavells, 2195 SW 25th of honor for her sisterras Mrs. David Levitt. Miss Levitt was maid of honor [sister. Bridesmaid was Miss Kimler. Miss Barbara the bride's cousin, was bridesmaid. Flower girl was Ide's cousin, Renee Kahn, other cousin, Michael Soule, igbearer. man was Marvin GrossInd Michael Harrison acted fer. bride chose a floor-length If imported white lace, feajleg o'mutton sleeves, high le. and chapel-length train. Ve-tiered long tulle veil fell le dress train, and the headpvas a pearled crown. She two white orchids on a book. fwed Mrs. Shavell is a |te of Miami Senior High alumnae of Omega Delta frority, and a member of NafCouncil of Jewish Women. [Shavell attends the UniverMiami, where he is affiliath Tau Delta Phi and Delta Pi. pwing the reception at Beth the couple left on a tour of Ardmore MRS. IRrVfN LEPSELTER Glossermans Off to Sicily Miss Patricia (Pam) Silverman and Ens. Norman Glosserman exchanged yedding vows on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 26, at the Diplomat Country Club. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg officiated at the 6:30 p.m. ceremony. The bride is tne daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Silverman, 86 Bay Heights dr., Miami. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. M. L Glosserman and the late Mrs. Frances Glosserman, Lockhart, Tex. Matron of honor was Mrs. James Solomon. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Ralph Davidson, Mrs. Jay Marks, Miss Charlotte Bestner and Miss Linda Rifkin. Miss Joy Silverman was junior bridesmaid. Mr. Glosserman was best man for his son. Ushers included Second Lt. Mickey Hurst, Second Lt. Bill Elfenbein, Jimmy Sokol, Jay Marks, Ralph Davidson, Tom Wittenberg, Jack Schuster and Dick Silverman. The bride chose an ice green silk satin gown with scoop neckline and bouffant skirt. She is a graduate of Miami Senior High School and a student at Sophie Newcomb College. Mr. Glosserman is a graduate of Tulane University. The will reside in Sigonella, Sicily. Gertler. Olin Betrothal Told Judge and Mrs. Charles Gertler, 1590 Bay dr., announce the engagement of their daughter, Susan Joy, to Peter Olin. Miss Gertler attended Syracuse University, where she was a member of Phi Sigma Sigma social sorority, and worked on the staff of the yearbook and the Daily Orange newspaper. She is presently attending the University of Miami. Mr. Olin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Olin, 840 Byron ave., received his degree from Clarkson College and spent three years of commissioned service in the U.S. Navy. He is associated with Daniel Rice and Company. A February wedding is planned. Werner-Kahn MRS. MARTIN SHAVELL MISS OLAOTS GEWERTZ Bretton, Colsky Plan for Jan. 31 Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Bretton, of Ellwood City, Pa., announce the engagement of their daughter, Dana, to Oscar Colsky. The groom-to-be is the son of Mrs. Sam Colsky, 730 Sistina ave.. Coral Gables, and the late Mr. Colsky. Miss Bretton is a graduate of Chatham College and the D. T. Watson School of Physiatrics. Her fiance attended Memphis State College, and is a graduate of the University of Tennessee College of Pharmacy. The couple plan a Jan. 31 wedding in Pittsburgh, Pa. Miss Gewertz Eyes Jan. 24 Mr. and Mrs. N. Archie Gewertz, 1410 Alton ct., announce the engagement of their daughter, Gladys, to Murray Richards. The bride-elect graduated from Miami Beach High School, and attended the University of Florida. Her fiance was a student at New York University. The couple will be married Jan. 24 at Temple Beth Sholom. MBS. Werner-Kahn NORMAN GlOSSfRMAN Ardmore MISS SUSAN GERTLER MISS DANA BRETTON Emp /ire Kosher Restaurant 1357 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach 7-COURSE DINNERS from *1.35 FREE WINE AND SELTZER UNDER PERSONAL MANAGEMENT OF SO PHIE KING Telephone JE 8-1391 CATERING TO PARTIES Of ANY SHI _^^~~4 B'nai BVith Youth Map Convention Appeal for 'Grandmothers' An appeal for volunteer "Grandmothers" to assist in preparing literature kits for the March of Dimes was made this week By W. C. (Cliff) Herrell, Dade county March of Dimes director. The kits contain information for Dade "Mothers" who will take part in the new March of Dimes against crippling birth defects, arthritis and polio. Headquarters of the Grandmothers' project will be the Miami Woman's Club. ATLANTIS HOTEL <=Ljining /voom SPECIAL FRIDAY NIGHT DINNER Served in the Traditional Style 8 Course Dinner $275 ALL fULL COURSE DINNERS SERVED WITH WINE I SELTZER 2655 Collins Avc. Reservations — JE 1-0381 TNE fINEST IN TRADITIONAL CUISINE CAM UN A-0121 RESERVE NOW! dietary laws trictly nhrvd CABANAS 01 THE OCEAN • t/lfc STttET. MIAMI KAUi 1 SETTER'S. arse* .HOTEL ONLY THE NEW PACKAGE PLAN IS YOUR BEST BUY • • Any 10 days now to Dec. 18— $70 Any 10 days, Dec. 18-Jon. 18—$135 Any 14 days, Dc. 18-Jan. 18—$175 Any 21 days, Dec. 18-Jan. 18-S235 FULL MONTH 31 Days $350 Kosher meals incl. per person Obi. SPECIAL DISCOUNT—10*7r if stay a month or longer. • — • Oceanfront 4 Oceanview, Corner Rooms, one price, none higher. • • FREE 21" TV in every room. FREE PARKING and many other features — Apartments Available. o o Dietary Law* strictly observed Orthodox Supervision, religious services on premises. Steaks, roast daily at no extra charge. Salt S. Sugar Free Diets. Private Beach 8 Pool on th; Ocean 1741 COUINS Miami Beach irVimi Office JE 8-5711 Also Open Suns. 82 Eves. Florida region, B'nai B'rith Youth will hold a convention at Camp Owaissa Bauer, Naranja, Fla., Dec. 27 to 31, it was announced by Jack Fink, chairman of the Greater Miami BBYO board of di rectors. Theme of the convention will be "Jewish Values and World Progress," and the keynote speaker will be Rabbi Herbert Baumgard, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Am. Some 150 members of the BBYO, representing cities throughout Florida, will review current world, national, and local issues in their roles as future and present citizens of Jewish communities of the American scene. Leading the conference will bo Florida Stoto prosldont of Aloph Zadik Aloph, Alan Bartel, Miami, and Toby Grossman, also of Miami, B'nai B'rith Girls. Convention coordinators aro Mitcholl Sandweiss, for AZA, and Gail Fisher, BBG. In addition to the basic program of the convention, various contests will be held. .A •



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r, December 4, 1959 • 'Jmlsti fkr/dfrn LEGAL NOTICE Page 15-A NOTICE UNDER riCTITIOUS NAME LAW ilCE IB HEREBY OIVEN Ihnt Ider signed, desiring to engage In s unilw the fictitious nan i i|!I>'H DECORATORS' at BM5 jd Ave., Miami Intends to reg%  id name with the Ctotk of the Court of Dade County., Florldu. Wr,-GOLD.-4TETN'' "" UN R. LYON8 Kev for Applicant Elm-ayne Blvd. 11/20-27, 12/4-11 E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE lENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF IORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE 5UNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. S9C10826 ,INIE F"RANCE8 BPIRTOS, ilntiff. vs. SPIRTOS, sfcndant. foTICE BY PUBLICATION >HW HP1RT08. l2s W. -HI' Street, Jew York City, NY. ft' A UK HEREBY NOTlFTEDttel lor divorce, and In the alterna[annulment, has been brought 5t you, and you are to file your |er or other pleading In the office Cleric of the above court and %  copy upon the plaintiffs atGEOROE N. MacDONELL. before the 28th day of DaoemIl9'i9; otherwise the complaint ^e t:iken as confessed by you. RED, this 13th day of November, 1V6M. i: 11. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court By: K. M. 1-YMAN, Deputy Clerk 11/20-27, 12/4-11 JOTICE BY PUBLICATION THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE /ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF LORIDA IN AND FOR DADE BOUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. MC10670 IICK CURRAN, flalntlff, IK.NCE CURRAN, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE (cLORENCE CURRAN •3 -.'• %  > WctherobBtreel to Park, Hew York l'l.< 'HENCE Cl'ltRAN, at* |y notified that a Bill of ConTfor Divorce /h;is been filed fcst you, anil you are required to ropy 'if your Answer or Plearithe'Blll of Complaint on the Itlff's Attorney, Richard W. WasEao., 120 Lincoln Road, Mifl'.'Heh 39, Florida, and file the Dal Answer or Pleading In the of the Clerk of the circuit an or before the 11th day of mber. 1959. If you fall to do %  it by default will be taken 1st you for the relief demanded BUI of Complaint, notice shall bo published once week for four consecutive weeks hlC JEWISH PLORTDIAN. INK AND ORDERED at Miami. Be, this th day of November, 1959. LE. R. LEATHERMAN. Clerk, cult Court, Dade County. Florida I) By: R. H. RICE, JR., Deputy Clerk. I.Mtn W. WASHERMAN, ESQ. Lincoln Road Beach S, Florida hiey for Plaintiff. 11/1S-20-27.12/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW TICE IS HEREBT OIVHN that undersigned, desiring to engage In ess under the fictitious name of r ?ICANA BAR at 1057 N.W. 79th it, Miami, Fla., Intends to regsald name with the Clerk of the jii Court of Dade County, Florida JALK CORP. (a Fla. Corp.) Sole Ownership 11/1S-20-27, 12/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOU8 NAME LAW [>TTCK IS HEREBY GIVEN that |nd< rslened. desiring to engage In i under the fictitious name of I1ER-MTAMI CO. (Not Inc.) Co e O. Greene. 241 Security Trust Miami. Fla., Intend to register [name with the Clerk of the Clr| Court of Dade County, Florida. HARVEY It. BREAM ROBERT L. BERNSTEIN HARRY H. KATZ )MB O. C.REENE rney for Applicants ecurity Trust Bldg. 11/13-20-27,12/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW &TIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN that jtrndorslirned, desiring to engage In Jess under t"he flctl'lous name of IERAL ELECTRONICS st 1*59 •a Avenue, Miami Beach. Florida %  ds to register said name with .lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade tv. Florida. TRANS-OCEANIC SALES, INC. Sole Owner RRBOER rney for Owner Lincoln Road nl Beach. Fla. 11/13-20-27.12/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW 9TICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN taal Undersigned, desiring to engage la Hess under the fictitious name of ILAND PRINTERS at TM7 BlJe Boulevard, Miami, Florida Into register said name with the of the Circuit Court of Dade fty. Florida. I r. D. r. CORP. •NO NATHANSON. Attorney 11/13-20-27.12/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW STICK is Y OIVEN that %  Undersigned, desiring to engage In %  less under the fictitious name of PH MENsTOGS at 14J3 N.E. M1Pliue, Miami, Florida Intends to fter said name with the Clerk ot M'lrcult Court of Dade County. Ida. •RAN-LEE SPORTSWEAR ?F MIAMI. INC. •> R„th Cohen. President [MOL'R J. SIMON rney for Fran-Lee Sportswear UamL Inc. 11/1J-I0-27. 12/4 MOW BY HENRY LEONARD "And next week our Regular Friday Night Services will be at 5:30 p.m., our Late Services at 8 p.m., and our Late-Late Services at 9:30.'* m. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ESQUIRE BARBER SIKH' at 2,27 I'once de Leon Blvd., Coral Onbles, Fla., Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. HIM Ida. JOSE ntitioi.y GARY ORTEGA Sole Owners WALTERS, UOORE A: COSTANZO Attorneys for Applicants 1008 Ainslcy Bldg. 11/20-27,12/4-11 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY, No. 59C11366 BSTELLE NAMER, Plaintiff, vs. VH ToR XAMKU. Defendant, SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: DR. VICTOR NAMER Bellovue Hospital 27th Street anil 1st Avenue New York 16. XV You VICTOR NAMER are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce lias been filed against you. and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorneys. GOLDMAN A GOLD STEIN, 2303 W. Flagler Street. Miami, Fla.. and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 6th day of January. I960. If you fall to do so. Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the BUI of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 30th day of November. A.D. 1959. i: B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Co"rt, Dade Co unty. Florida (seal) By: JOAN SVEEDBN. Deputy Clerk. 12/4-11-18-25 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 48085C IN RE: Estate of LILLIAN K. LEWIS. I leceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Batate .. You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you may have against the estate of LILLIAN K LEWIS deceased late of [hide County. lorIda, to the Count* Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their offices In the Countv Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof, or tie aama First publication November 27, 195. / j. GERALD LEWIS. uJeatw of the estate of Lillian K. Lewis. deceased. „ HERBERT E. KACFMAN Attorney for Executor 1629 duPont Rtilldlng Ulaml 31. Florida ^^ „„.„.,, IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT '|N AN" !" R DA ^ n C a 0 Tp NTY FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 48110-B IN RE; Estate of BELLE O'BRIEN Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Peraona Haying Claims or Demands Aalst aw "*Tou' : .re hereby notified and reo u I red to present any claims "*•; mands which Z* pay *%*#* otUr.It. "or iSle'^u^*'Florid. rift County Judges of Dad; $£ tv snd f'l the s-me In their or'c s n the Countv Courthouse In Dade Countv Fl'-ida. wltbln eight cslonrt.Tmonths from the date of .he firnubllc-tlcn hereof, or the same wui *• .""I^BOTHV LEVFY Frecntrlx hv fml Clemen J. Ehrlich First PVdersl Building Miami 32, Florida n/4-11-18-25 Electric Utilities Spending Declines Capital expenditures of electric utilities for new physical plant in 1959 are estimated at slightly below 1958's record $4.9 billion. A further decline, perhaps to around $4.65 billion, is expected in 1960. This drop reflects the slow-down in new orders experienced from late 1957 through mid-1959. Business has picked up. recently, but the lengthy period required to produce heavy electrical equipment will prevent this recovery from being reflected in sales to an important extent until well into 1960. According to Standard and Poor's, with further improvement in demand anticipated, current indications are that electric utility construction expenditures will rise to new peaks beginning in 1962. Cigarette Consumption All indications are that the maximum effect of the health-scare controversy on cigarette consumption was seen as far back as 1954. This will be the fourth consecutive year of record usage, as indicated by tax-paid withdrawals. In the first eight 1959 months, Standard and Poor's puts the yearto-year gain in unit output at 4.8 percent, in shipments 4.3 percent. Extension of this trend is expected. Meanwhile, bituminous coal production this year is expected to only approximate the 405 million tons of 1958, which was the poorest showing since the previous recession-affected period of 1954. Capitalmp. ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE FINANCING WAREHOUSE LOANS FACTORING EQUIPMENT FINANCING COMMERCIAL PAPER Phone: TUxedo 8-7551 4309 N.W. 36th Street Miami Springs, Florida H. S. GRUBER PRESIDENT GEORGE J. TALIANOFF CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOT1CK IS HEREBY QIVBN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fli-tltlous name of I1ENEOAL CARPETS ai US North Kast 12.">th Street. North Miami, Florida Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. ••, %  ^ • Wil.MAM A. MAHKK Sole Owner n-^ni: E. FOSTER. JR. Attorney for William A. Mailer 11/20-27, 12/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTH'K 18 lll-:UI-:i'.V OrVTBN that the under.ilKn.-ii, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of FAl.I.SIti'Rll RESORT SIKH' H t 441 Arthur Qodfraw Roa.l Intends to register said name with the Clerk of Ihe Circuit Court of Dade County Florida. WILLIAM SPIEI.MAN 11/13-20-27. 12/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY QTVBN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In .'.. n MH 1 1,I T the fictitious name of MICKEY S BAB & PACKAGE STORE at 2490 S.W. 17th Avenue. Miami, Ma., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. MICKEY'S INC. OF MIAMI ., !" 0 Division Avenue Brooklyn. New York You MARY KI'II.MAN are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or PUadlnf to the Itlll of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, RAYMAN & DTJHrO, 902 Alnsley Bids., Miami 32. Plot da and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clark 0( the fircult Court on or before the 28th dav ol iN-eember. lu.'^t. If you fall to do so, judgement by default will ba i you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice Mi,iil lie published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH IT.i -RIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 24th day of November, A.D. [HI, i: P.. I.KATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court. I'ado c, unty, Florida (seal) By: K. M. LYMAN Jeputy Clerk. R \^ MAN & DCHIO Mnsley Bldg. Miami 32, Florida Vttotneys for Plaintiff 11/27. 12/4-11-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of CHARLES B. HARRIS Corrective Footwear at 83S Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. CORRECTIVE FOOTW "BAR INC. Charles B. Harris, President MARVIN I. WIENFTR 1111 Ainelev Bldg. Miami 32, Ma, Attorney for Corrective Footwear, Inc. 11/27.12/4-11-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICF: IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of PARTS SI'PIM.IERS INTERNATIONAL st NH S \V 1 Avenue. Miami, Florida Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade County, Florida. DWAYNE V C()X A LUCIA E. COX Sole Owners II J7, 12/4-11-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the underslftied, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ALAN APARTMENTS at 905 Bay Drive, Miami Beach, Florida Inter. 1 to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. HIMEN'FENSTER REBECCA FV.NSTER KOVNER St MANNHKIMER Attorney's forHtmen Fenster and Rebecca Eenster „ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HFIKFniY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the flntlflous name of PUBLICAN BAR & GRILL at 7818 Northeast Second Avenue, Mlanfl. Florida Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circujf Court of Dade County. Florida. JOHN OKNONI—100% LEWISON AND FREED Attorneys for Genonl 25 West Flagler Street Miami, Florida ... 11/20-27, 12/4-11 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! fJewisti FkrMtori solicits yonr legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Vial FR 3-4C05 for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under Ihe fictitious name of DADE RECORDS at number 4701 NW 2 Avenue In the City of Miami, Florida intends to jeglster the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. I'a led at Miami, Morlda, this 17th day of November, 195a. MARLIN RICCORD CORPORATION EUGENE LEMMCFI Attorney for Applicant 11/20-27,12/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HERIOBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of FLORIDA SUNSHINE ESTATE at 1(716 Biseayne Boulevard, Miami, Florida Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. LYNJAY, INC. a Fla. Corp. LACRENCE DISKIN Attorney far Owners 1140 N.E. 163rd Street 11/20-27, 12/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICI-: IS HKUKI'.Y GIVEN that the iiiiders-lgncd. desiring to engage In business under tinfictitious name of It. A. M. INDUSTRIAL AND TRADING COMPANY at r.M.0 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami. Florida Intends to i said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. GUSTAY R. MAYER WEI.USCII, DOUGHERTY & ZAIAC Attorneys (or Gustav R. Mayer 11/20-27, 12/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In bualneas under the fictitious name of TEXAS TOTEM WVERSDJYKD INVESTMENTS at 10823 Biseayne Blvd., Miami, Ihide County. Florida, Intends to register said name with the Cleric of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Morida. TEXAS TOTEM DIVERSIFIED INVESTMENTS MALSPEIS & BAKER Attorneys for Texas Totem sifted Investments h 11/20-27, 12AI-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name .if COLLECTION BUREAU OF AMERICA at 1784 N.E. 163rd Street. North Miami Beach. Morlda, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. J. C. FRCSCIANTE. Sole Owner 11/20-27.12/4-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of SANDRINA OF MIAMI at lilK N.W. 26th Street. Miami, Morlda Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. TOW EMBROIDERY WORKS. INC Milton Tow, President MARVIN I. WTENBB 1111 Alnsley Bldg, Miami 32. Ma. Attorney for Sandrlna of Miami 11/13-20-27, 12/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under ihe fictitious name of CANDEE CANE VARIETIES at 17600 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach. Ma.. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Morlda. TOMAO CORP. (a Ma. Corp.) Irving M. Finn 11/13-20-27. 12/4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE kS HF^REBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of AZCR OF MIAMI at 490 North East 112th Street, Miami 38, Morlda intends to register said name with the Clerk of tri* Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. _.__ ROBERT E. MIAZER CLYDE E. FOSTER. JR Attorney for Robert E. Fraaer 11/20-27, 12/4-11 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! CORPORATMON OUTFITS Lowest Prices — Quickest Delivery in South Florida Call THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN at FR 3-465



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?aq 10-B 9-Jmlsi>ncrl(Mcw Friday. J$ar JMitzsalt "Corsage for You" is a new feature of The Jewish Floridian A corsage is free for the asking and wiH be presented to eacn mother of a Bar or Bas Mitzvah For details on how to rece.ve your free corsage see story. Page 3-A. Melvin Kati Rabbi Irving Lehrm.in will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Mat\in Eugene Katz on Saturday norninc Dec. 5, in Temple EmanuXI. Melvin is the >on of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred K. Katz. attea ^rade at Nautilus Jurs: >r Mich, anil as school at Temple Emanu B Reception will be held in his honor, at the Katz home. • • • J.Hray Grwtin Bar Mitzvah of Jeffrey Robert Saul Hoffman Bar Mitzvah oi Saul PhiU p BatTman will take place dunns Saturday momins services. Dec. 5. ot Temple Emanu-El. Dr. Irvine Lehman will officiate. Saul is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hoffman. He is in eighth grade at Nautilus Junior High, and Is Temple Emanu-El reLgschool. • • • Samuel Harm Rabbi Alfred Waxman will offi ciate and Cantor Jacob Goklfarb will chant the liturgy at the Bar Mitzvah of Samuel Ronald Hams %  •nesin will take place at Ajrudata Satur-ay. Dec S. in Temple Zion Ml Hebrew Institute on SaturDec 5. Rabbi Isaac Km ate. Jeffrey is the son of Mr and Mrv ..*ard Gnesin. 1TS0 Norm.-. :r He a th grade at NautiJunior High, and attends Agudath Israel religious school. Reception in his honor will fol low the Bar Mitzvah ceterr. • • • M.cHa.l Schulrwr Samuel who is the son of Mr and Mrs Morns J Hams. 4T SW 10h ter.. will also receive the Ner Tam.d Boy Scout Award during the ceremony. Samuel is a patrol leader of Troop 3U8. sponsored by the West Miami Post of the Jewish War Veterans. He is a graduate of Temple Zion religions school and in eighth grade at West Miami Jasuor High. in the Bar M::zvah Temple Judea will be the site of honor w.H be hostee! :ims familv at the conerosaon oi the %  mra •he Bar Mitzvah of Michael Schu: ner on Saturday. Dec. 5 Rabbi service. Morns Shop and Cantor Herman eb will officiate. M.chael is the son of Mr and Mrs Seymour Schulner. He -ade at Ponce de Leon r High, and has attended Shore Temple Judea religious school for Dec Richard Friedman Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz % %  officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Richard X. Fnedman in Xorth Jewish Center Saturday. yearsOut-of-town guests will Nidney Schulner. Michael's ancle K.cHard is the son of Mr. and include Mrs. Leonard Fnedman. 77*5 Carlyle ave He is in the graduating and Mr and Mrs Bernard Schu class of the Center, and attends man. ,f \, ty; and Mr. Nautilus Junior High. Mrs. Mitchell Barr. Orlando, Waiter FlMM Walter D FUste will become Bar Mitzvah during S a t a r d a y .onrniag services. Dec. 5. of Xorth Share Jevish Tenter Rabbi Mayer \bramowiu will officiate Marc Kisaj Marc Alan King, son of Mr. and Mrs Harry King. 1125 NE 176th No Miami Beach, was Bar Mitzvah daring Saturday la ar ntag semces. XOT. 21. of MontieeUo Part Jewish Center. Rabbi Max Lipsehitx officiated. Mire is .a student at Xorth Mi Walter is the son of Mr and Mrs.' ami Beach Jozuor High and 'mag Flaste. 7251 AdTentare ave cello Park rcticaaai school. Ac is a student ta the religious Party ta his honor was head Sat •chool of the Center, and attends urday evening at the Jewish War Ma. 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MI r CP r G P 1 E v EII P AJ l' T M :c P m c • • -n 1 oD B a E R SD %¡ n • REE KI rp FCC AVE J c -El c E] 1 1 R o) re HP D •n*c 1 vtgj Be H ll r> P E oB %  aa a cc?fT -3toV W toT7 *~U. am anj. atoa. ta* Mart-to-tra4a of a aaraaator PVUL OBBS IM Ik la aaaB to a lf a ttoa aa i li n h a OITJ. **—It t a aasr Ba* aBBBr B, "**. i HR at ato tok to a*a main iaaf li It J3y OocWi] Continued from Pago IB parents for the second time with the birth of Daniel Ely to their children. Shlomo and Sara Bianco. in Chicag o^ U^ nm..i joins' Droiner Nathan Moshe* The Standlans were unable to attend the Bris due to Mr. Btadlan's surgery at Mt. Sinai Hospital Another daughter. Adinah Ruth, is a senior at Miami Beach High School ... A son, Emanuel. is on the staff of Columbia Univ. Presbyterian Hospital in New York, where he lives with his wife, Aviva. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Reuben (Lillian> Horowitz, of Gotham Town,-open ing their winter residence at 9549 Byron ave. Early arrival this year was to attend the engagement reception of Joan Fader, daughter of the Herbert Gutmans. and the Bar Mitzvah of Skippy Feiner. son of Mr. and Mr*. Raymond E, Feiner, both of which occ urr e d last weekend It didn't take more than a day for Mr. and Mrs, Horowitz to get into the swing of things They joined the Leon Kayes for Thanksgiving dinner, and just twenty-four hours later Lillian joined the canasta game of Mai zie Newmark, Mitzie Weiss and the rest of her Friday gang Add to Birth Front: Aaron Randall, born to Mr. and Mrs. Gerald (Carole) Miller, of Miami. Nov. 28 at Doctors Hospital Aaron joins his sisters. Sheree Gay. 4, and Karen Joy, 2 Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Gottesman and Mr. and Mrs. Irving Miller Great is Mrs. Rosella all of Miami. at Londoo'i P" • AW" "•' of Rim, %  Miami Beatk >* %  with tk, -^ •Aba. aodJuMajv, water dr., r ^ ( here. Outoandmj Berr-stem. dzi Mrs. Bernard I [ m s: A j^ N" u a pan3 • -rfinic:--l „ ^7" Miami Medial SOB. oone laboraiorj %  _! irch .. .Sati youngest penm such a reseirea I— t summer, she i for a six-aeez a for comparatnti versity CoDe* i Jamaica hi eer researck KahH virus diagnostic at was also cbtaen a I* the Senior Girl Soa| Colorado Sprisgi,Q| is her lltkyearai Sisterhood Temple Betk An I hi U :'BWafal Wednesday aoaz e fajB Auditnr.um. Mrs. Bcraj] charge of the. due* a Breakfast' tail" fashtoa skat w| Schaeffer Faskaai 1 Mile Chairaua ai thfl Morton Scaaea. a M as V a Watlal Batort aa) SWAT ar Footnotes: Mrs. David Phillips sporting gold hone ta match stun rung gold and while outfit Out of a gold Cadillac, too? .. Believe'it or Nat Dept.: Mrs. MaxweD (Bee) Hyman home from a four-week trip to New York and Washington, daring which tiaae she dadn't play a single round of canasta or lift one amah jongg tile Bernard and Sytna Mrestone collecting 111811 MM far t"TT"'g ia Naaaaa They're going to have a w e Oa eaer vaw vacation according ta Sylvia, hat she's • arach to do that they need a welVdeaerved rest they gM hack .. Art Brans, c eo wa ei of Miami Sprang* Vilas. will he an inter aafima.il hntetoiaa anon, when he's el ec te d la the hoard of directors of the aew Skyways hotel They Represent 1.1 Re?reentJa|"a|i uiary A Mt Sinai annual Assa. of FUn) i.-^s coafereatl ville thj week art! kow itt, presahat Mn I Ma'.hes. vice preaaw. Edaird Rota. nBa| dent Mrs Matks sil the board of' ida Hospital Xanana*' fofsy Uut Saw* Miami Woawa> Mai Cerebr:PalsyAin.al( aaaathhr aatetog xt the Center. MQ Goodwill Graaj |ai 1*47 W. Phgkf *J a special W. at 1 OJ UNtVaSTTY Of MIAMI SYMPHONY i atACM aaw rwafaii as* >* COaairi aiasocawaB an'* -AU WAGNER PROGRAM* FABIEN SEYITZKY GERYRUOE R1BLA, ALBERY DA COSTA, KENNEYH SMITH, J 0pJa-l .aaOaataTa-r A SCIENTIFIC DtUCtiSS TREATatiarT TO COMICT ASTHBtA (Ash aar hi ihlil A) FRANK CLINIC OK CwRAt WAT. awaatal MA. M 8-5219



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1 L.G J Aaron and Marcella Kanner's well-known Cora basted the Thanksgiving turkey while the Kanners watched son Richard and his wife Christa, bathe the baby Only place warm enough was the kitchen ... To Virginia for a Westinghouse air-conditioning executives meeting went the Thomas Gerards Then to Gotham J the usual round of shows Shopping in New York came [better than its fair share, what with the Gerards moving %  new Keystone Point home within the next six weeks : household is a merry whirl Exciting every minute delightful with a brand new baby in it ." So goes the J Peter and Dorothy Weinstein, Ft. Logan, Colo., whose ew baby is Julie Proud grandparents are Dr. and Mrs. Veinstein and Dr. and Mrs. Hyman Lieber ou haven't received an invitation to Sammy Wexler's Bar it's because his parents, Irving and Reva, simply haven't around to sending any out Partying will wait until the J are in their new home at 1265 Campo Sano, Coral Gables It Irving and Reva are telling everyone they'd be delighted %  their friends join them on the happy occasion Dec. 12 at %  Dranadft. anis James and his pretty wife resting up at the Barcelona Sis week before appearing Saturday evening at the Foneau for the Diplomatic Ball welcome to Israel Ambassador im Harman The Charles Fruchtmans finally got that ne call—and off they went to Toledo to meet their 11th fcild Little Deborah is the newest addition to the Fruchtin the Wedding Anniversary Front: It's the 50th for Sam and i'l'llisch, of 3661 SW 23rd ter., on Saturday Married in Austria, on Dec. 5, 1909, the couple emigrated to the UniKtes in the early forties, settling in Miami imediately upon Irrival The Wellisches have two sons, Kurt and Heinz, Isiding and active in the Greater Miami area There are Fandsons • course, Diane Heller waited until she got home from a trip York and Washington to catch a cold ... No time while she |th Dan on a quickie business trip—well, two shows, anyway. [in in the Howard Grove household over Thanksgiving week. Karole Karlan. the Groves' niece, who is an art major at Df M, came across the bay to spend the holidays • • Karole, iE. is really no stranger to the Beach She's a Miami [ High grad rs. Charles (Audrey) Finkelstem elected president of the emit Council of Dade County, and properly installed last week Everglades en at the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center dance Igiving Day: Bea (Silver) Stepkin—first president of the "Y" l's Auxiliary Ephraim Gale, Center executive director, and guarded conversation with cigar-smoking Morris Klass farshall and Gertrude Feuer, about ready to move into their ome on Killian dr., with Gertrude lovely in a black sheath fated together, Dr. and Mrs. Daniel (Helen) Kindler, Mr. and lichard (Marion) Touby, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur (Rusty) [. Marion and Helen radiant in red. Rusty gorgeous in [Chinese chairmen Walter Feltman and Ginny Amazon doing the la with their spouses Ditto Branch director Dave azi and Mrs. E. Grace Feltman's black sheath and I'S blue lace outstanding among the smart gowns ..Mr. and Jeorge (Charlotte) Simon—he's the Center board presidentrepartee with Dr. and Mrs. Norman (Barbara) Gladsden Btte in black sheath with illusion top, Barbara lovely in turwool knit pijoying Phil Kent's dance music: Judge and Mrs. Mitchell Ban, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Lomaskin, the Herschel Rosenthals, lapiros, Mr. and Mrs. Stu Winston. fascinating family trip marks the development of Yeshiva U., ling to author and physician Dr. Jacob Sarnoff, now a Beach at Over 40 years ago, his rabbi father became one of the fund-raisers for Yeshiva ... Dr. Sarnoff was, himself, in fa's first student body back in 1900 ... Not to be outdone, Iter Dorothy Sarnoff, Broadway star, frequently appears in (va public functions today ... larriage Counselor Samuel G. Kling, columnist for The Jewish Bian, still recuperating from illness, given a lift this week Pie announcement of his election to membership in the AmerSociety of Adlerian Psychology founded'by world-renowned Ifred Adler ... een eating at the Royal Hungarian restaurant: Mr. and Mrs. Silverman, pioneer residents, with their children Albert and Bleich .'Dr. C. Leon Shalloway, wife Betty and their three their new home at 18801 NE 21st ave., No. Miami Beach. ** frhe Harold S. Browns spent Thanksgiving weekend on a cruise kssau, which they won as a prize sponsored by the Monticello ] Men's Club Harold's past chairman of Monticello's board ectors The couple and their children, Leslie and Ronnie, It 880 NE 171st St., No. Miami Beach ... jlecent visitors to Jamaica—the George Cherens and Harry lins Amiram Sheffet, Israelf violinist on a scholarship to fcrd in New York, will perform at the Diplomatic Ball Satur. He's the cousin of Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Spolter and Mr. Irs. Arthur Spolter here Decorator Roz Mark will do the ors of the new Riverside Chapel at SW 17th st. and 32nd ave. The George Bachers—he's the Pub exec—of Bay Heignts, rs of a new Mercedes Benz green convertible .. )avid Alan Reskin recently celebrated his sixth birthday v.itn ,ty at his home on Trouville Esplanade David and brother Ms are the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Alan Reskin, now on an exre tour of Europe Mother is the noted violinist, Joan Field Among guests at the party were his grandparents, Mr. ana William Reskin, and maternal grandmother, Mrs. Josepn %  ** )n the Birth Front: Son, Jon Russell, born to Mr. and Mrs. tour J. Kant, 11600 NW 58th ct., Palm Springs, on Nov. at prs Hospital .v. Sisters Sandra Lee. 5, and Terry Anne, omed the new arrival Grandmothers are Mrs. ai7 *an W. New York City, and Mrs. Eleanor Bearman, Miami ir. and Mrs. Joshua Z. Stadlan, 1838 Bay rd., became grandCentinued on Pag* 10-B AIW oman s IVor/J I dewish Floridian Miami, Florida, Friday, December 4, 1959 Section B Planning their roles as hostesses at the Diplomatic Ball Saturday night in the Fontainebleau hotel in welcome of Ambassador Avraham Harman are Mrs. Max Weitz, chairman of the Women's Division for Israel Bonds; Mrs. Jack Katzman, Sponsor chairman and grand hostess of the Ball; Mrs. Jack Popick, Miami Beach chairman of the Women's Division; and Mrs. Robert Perlman, Venetian Isles chairman. More than 60 members of the Corps of Diplomatic Hostesses met for breakfast last Thursday to discuss their roles and learn about diplomatic protocol in connection with the ball. Pioneer Women's Clubs Slate Events; Fred Sandlers to be Feted by Kadimah Seventh annual banquet of Pioneer Women, Club 2, will take place on Dec. 13 at the Royal Hungarian restaurant. Guest speaker of the evening, scheduled for 6 p.m., will be Rabbi Max Shapiro. Miss Eva Levenson will play Israeli folksongs on the chalil, an Israeli woodwind instrument. Mrs. Ida Jacobs-Liftman, president, is sponsor of the evening. Mrs. Sarah Singer will give the invocation. Mrs. Sonya Weiss is in charge of entertainment. Mrs. Joseph Mintzes, chairman, reports that all proceeds are for the new vocational school in Bersheba, Israel. • • • Mrs. Shirley Queen, president of Golda Meir Club, has called a regular meeting Tuesday, 8 p.m., at Beth El Congregation. Mrs. Abraham Seltzer, recording secretary of the Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women, will report on the educational seminar held recently by the Council. Mrs. Morris Bornstein will discuss her impressions of Israel, from which she has just returned. In honor of Jewish Book Month, there will be a book review by Zehev Lahav, education director of the North Shore Jewish Center. The program has been prepared by Mrs. Issak Pushkin, cultural chairman. • • • According to Mrs. Marvin Copenhagen, president of Kadimah chapter, a regular meeting will take place Thursday, Dec. 10, 8:15 p.m. at Beth El Congregation. Mrs. Louis Silver, program chairman, plans a Jewish Book Month celebration with a book review by Mrs. Richard Altschuler, instructor in the English department at the University of Miami. Mrs. Fred Sandier will be hostess of the evening in honor of her new granddaughter, Lois Gold, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Melvin Gold. • • • On Saturday, Dec. 12, Kadimah is sponsoring a testimonial dinner in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sandier at the Ritz Plaza hotel. The Sandlers are well-known workers in many community projects. Proceeds will go to their favorite project, Moetzet Hapoalot in Israel. Moetzet Hapoalot is the sister organization of Pioneer Women, and is responsible for some 800 institutions in the State of Israel. Mrs. Fred Blacker, Maurice Kleiman and Bernard Kanter are chairmen, with Mrs. Morton Beigel, ticket chairman. Murray Baum will be master of ceremonies. Rabbi Yaacov Rosenberg, of Beth David Congregation, will be guest speaker. Larry Blue, accordionist and Yiddish entertainer, will perform. Muriel Ram, singer, will present a recital. Singers Group Installs Officers Miami Beach Community Singers will install officers at a dinner dance Sunday evening at the Delano hotel. Judge Kenneth Oka will install Mrs. Charlotte Spero to a second term as president; Mrs. Sylvia Rosen, vice president; Joseph Shulman, treasurer; Mrs. Jean Devons, financial secretary; Mrs. Gertrude Canter, corresponding secretary; Charles Barlly, recording" secretary; Edward Arnold, membership chairman; Mrs. Fan nie Furshman. social secretary; Mrs. Sarah S. Kirschner, publicity chairman. Ben Yemen, music conductor, assisted by Mrs. Yomen at the piano, will direct the group in a presentation of songs. Program will also feature Bernie Sager, dancer, with his partner, Jane Moore. Mrs. Edith Rothstein, choral group member, will be soloist. Miami Beach chapter of Hadassah inaugurates ita first book review of the season with a coffee honoring Mrs. I. M. Weinstein on her 12th consecutive year as chapter reviewer. The "Diary of Theodor Herri." by Dr. Max Bein, was the subject of the program. Over 500 women attended at the Algiers hoieL Alumnae Hear Speaker Phi Sigma Sigma Sorority Alumnae of Greater Miami were to hold their regular monthly meeting Thursday, 8 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Joseph Klein, 1335 Cortez ave. Dr. Milton Saslow, of the National Children's Cardiac Hospital, was to talk on "Junior Scientist Research Program."



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Page 10-A Jenlst> ncrkMar UN Fumbling With Refugee Probe UNITED NATIONS—(JTA)—A United Nations committee continued this week to grope its way through a tog of Arab propaganda blasts against Israel in a hunt for a breakthrough on solution of the plight of the Arab refugees. The UN'lipeciaV political Mm" "* — -"' during the IMS war, the experiment would spread a knowledge of actual condition* through the refuge* camps, ho said. If the trial plan worked, a second group of perhaps 1,000 refugees could be given a choice between repatriation to Israel or compensation. A novel approach to Jewish theology from Jordan's Foreign Minmittce, where the debate on the future of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency has been proceeding for three weeks, has listened to but ignored Arab demands for total repatriation of all refugees. Background of the prob lem is the fact lhat the mandate! of UNRYV'A to care for the refu gees expires next June and that the l'nited States, biggest contributor to UNWRA funds, was demand.ne some ,-olution other than ister typified the consistent use of continued deadlock. Indonesia and Pakistan have sponsored a joint resolution simply to extend the UN mandate for another five years. The United States delegation fools this is not enough. There were reports that the United States, working with smaller countries, considered "impartial" in the Middle East tangla, was drafting a plan combining compensation, repatriation and resettlement in Arab countries for the refugees. wfco apparently and according to I thiir thinking, loves to see them massacre innocent men, women mi children in order that they may build over the dead bodies a political state." He referred to the current Jewish concept of God as a "Zionist God." Michael Comay. deputy chairman of the Israel delegation, rose to a point of order to assert that "we will not tolerate attacks against the Jewish religion." Naser replied he had not attacked religion "but those Jews who have strayed away from it." On behalf of Canada. Arthur B. Smith, delegate from the Dominion, told the Committee he hoped 1 ^KT^.!,:T !" "?„. a .f" d .!:.^ ha' suggestions for the reactivation of the Palestine Conciliation Commission and the possibility of creating a special UN Committee Arab assaults on Israel throughout the debate. Repeating the usual Arab arguments against Israel. Foreign Minto deal with the Arab refugee probi-tt-r Nusa Naser said that the lem would receive serious consul Jewish people "instead of accepteration. He said that such suggesing the supreme responsibility of tions could encourage exploration the chosen people of God. have beof other constructive approaches to come the spoiled people of a god the refugee problem. To mark Jewish Book Month which beqar last Fridmr ^ tinnu thrniisri. n-^. on r___ T _,. uu Yundct.| is presents tl _s by Sholem Standing before a Sholem Aleichem exhibit with' lib^ tinues through Dec. 20, Emma Lazarus' presentable !" ** Beach Public Library with a set of books by Sholem AUwZ Oscar C. Everhart are officers of the club (left to riahtikk. Philip Ray, financial secretary; Mrs. Martha Lenchus reoS ing secretary; Mrs. Sam Zuckerman, president; and MaO Surdutoff. corresponding secretary. ZOA Warns of Rising Assimilation in U.S. Continued from Pag* 1-A consists of Sunday classes where children receive ne more than owe hour or one and a half hours instruction a week. He termed this type of education as "practically useless." Dr. Emanuel Neumann, presimendations," said Dr. Neumann, "will be a far-reaching proposal to invite representatives of American Jews, both Zionists and non-| Zionists active in mobilizing sup port for Israel, to share in the responsibility of planning the pro1 grams and framing the budgets of the Jewish Agency. If American A hint of the next tep \va< contained in a proposal by Dr. Conor C. O'Brien of the Irish delegation, Who suggested that an "experimental group" of 100 refugees be permitted to return to the sites of their former homes in Israel. He sus;ec-ted this could be a first step toward breaking "a political dea I lock in which nearly 1.000.000 hudent of the World Confederation J*w4tl leaders are now desirous man lives are now trapped." of General Zionists and member of having a voice in the disposition He asserted that while it would of the Jewish Agency executive. | 0 I 'he funds raised in the l'nited be "foolish" to assume that the led a discussion on the problems States, then we. Zionists, should problem could be solved by "magic ,0 he dealt with at the forthcoming welcome this inclination." formulas," he wanted to offer an sessions of the World Zionist Ac-I Max Bressler. of Chicago, assoexample of a possible stage-bytions Committee opening in De• ciate chairman of the National Ex%  tags approach. After a year in Iscember in Jerusalem. Speaking c fi e cu,ive Council, who presided, rael. the first 100 refugees would the proposed revision of the con-ji ined m the warning that Ameribe encouraged to revisit the stitution of the World Zionist Or-1 can Jews are *'•" & e *t danger of INKWA maintenance camps to ganization. Dr. Neumann urged ultimate extinction by assimilagive a report on their new lives. support for certain recommended 1'"" To counteract this danger he changes which do not infringe on basic Zionist principles. "Included among such the cultural field. Jacques Tor czyner of the World Zionist Affairs Committee of the ZOA, joining in the warning against the dangers of assimilation, urged the development by Zionists of dey schools and the ttmisft,] ing of teachers' institution Other principal speakers it | j session were Rabbi Irving IwX chairman of the Americtn Laajl Council. Abraham A. Goodmu,fl New York, chairman o( ftt U ministrative Committee of tki | ZOA, who presented a deUiWi I port on its activities. Since conditions have changed in Israel since the Arabs fled recomdanger said that the Zionist movement must assume as one of its special functions "the development of Jewish educational systems for our young that will serve as an ef-' ficient instrument for the transmission of our Jewish heritage to ANTI-BIAS ADl fllM SHUVtD IN MISSISSIPPI bv ar ,h^,ft b n ned here recently movie was """drawn temporary bi the State Department ot Edu until the entire three man i a caton after protests by the MissisBoard of Education couW review s pp. Aim of C.t.zens Councils, an the picture. Last weekend after £55. SSttJS^ES* he ban waslr; a perTRAV/AORE Privat. 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