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

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

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rdewish Floridian
33 Number 51
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THi JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida, Friday, December 18, 1959
Three Sections Price 20c
BERINSHIN IN THIRD TERM
M Hits $69 Million;
laps 1960 Campaign
r SyS^STftT1 f $69'300-000 in > has been raised
Iby the United Jewish Appeal in 1959, it was announced here at
king session of the UJA's three-day annual national conference
katler-Hilton hotel, attended by 1,500 American Jewish commun-
lers from all parts of the nation.
Announcement came as del*----------------------,_____________
to the conference presented
representing millions of
in community contribu-
Lt the closing session, elect-
leers for the forthcoming
fct plans for carrying out the
[mpaign effort.
cash total announced at
f'i session represents pro-
tot both the UJA's regular
drive, and the UJA Special Fund,
undertaken in 1959 to cope with
an immigration emergency oc-
curring in the early part of the
year. At an earlier session of the
conference, delegates voted to
seek a similar additional fund in
1960, over and above the regular
campaign, in order to speed up
Continued on Page 6 A
ihodox Union Leaders
ipose Presidents' Group
^W YORK America declared its opposition this week to continuance of the
snee of Presidents of major American Jewish organizations in a
Irized" form. The statement was immediately challenged by
bum Goldmann, chairman of the Jewish Agency.
ibis Protest
tion Rules
JSALEM (JTA)-A dele-
| of Israel's Supreme Rabbin
>uncil called on Rabbi Jacob
Do, Minister for Religious
this week with a warning
the dangers of proposed
in election rules for the
[of Chief Rabbi. Rabbi To-
reportedly agreed to post-
Implementation of the
Is after receiving the depu-
frevisions would transfer to
government, municipalities
her secular bodies the pres-
lithority of the Rabbinical
|I to name candidates for
(leal posts. Another revision
ps that the Chief Rabbis
citizens of Israel and must
more than 70 years of age
ction. The chairman of the
committee, who has a
vote under the new regula-
must be a ministerial ap-
ent.
yioufly, the eight-man corn-
had been composed of
nember* named by the reb-
I council and four by the
try of Religions, all with an
vote.
effect of the new rules, it
sserted, would bar the can
of Rabbi Isaac Yehuda Un-
Chief Rabbi of Tel Aviv,
71. They would also rule
candidacy of Rabbi J. B.
litchik, of Boston, who has
equently mentioned for the
of Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi,
^ould apparently give a clear
Rabbi Shlomo Goren, now
[Chaplain of the Israeli De-
forces, who has strong Ma-
rking for the post.
? Moses I. Feuerstein, president
of the Orthodox Union, urged that
the conference be continued on an
interim basis as a forum of presi-
dents and not as an organization
of organizations. He said that while
the Orthodox Union considered it
desirable to have a forum through
which 'to coordinate and express
the opinion of the American Jewish
community with regard to matters
of special importance to the total-
ity of the community," the Ortho-
dox Union did not feel such a for-
um should be established by the
Presidents' Conference.
Mr. Feuerstein proposed that
such a forum should be created
outside of the President's Con-
ference and that until it was
formed, the Presidents' Confer-
ence should be continued on an
informal basis to "eliminate any
need for a budget and secretari-
at, personnel or permanent of-
fices."
He contended that the Confer-
ence was dominated by the Jewish
Agency and Zionist groups, that
more could be accomplished for
Israel "by a truly representative
Continued on Page 7-A
WILLIAM D. SINGER
. civic accomplishment
DR. WUHUMINA DUNNING
. scientific research
Egypt Troops Go
On Alert as River
Project Continues
LONDON(JTA)The United Arab Republic would intervene mili-
tarily "on the very day that the Israelis begin to put into effect their
plan to diverj the flow of the Jordan River," Maj. Salah Salem, Egypt's
chief propagandist, declared Monday in an article in the Cairo news-
paper Al Gumhouria, of which he is editor.
The First Egyptian Army, he re
vealed, had already been put on
the alert on the Negev frontier
and, should the Israelis begin the
Jordan diversion scheme, this
army would engage, he asserted,
"in large-scale operations" with
the support of the Second Syrian
Army.
The Egyptian editor called the
Israeli water plan a "matter of
life and death to the Arabs." If
the Negev were rendered ferti)e,
he warned, it could receive 2,-
000,000 more Jewish immigrants
and would form a wedge be-
Continued on Page 4-A
'Outstanding' Award Given
To Singer and Dr. Dunning
The 13th annual Dade county "Outstanding Citizens Award" was
presented Tuesday to William D. Singer and Dr. Wilhemina F. Dunning
at a luncheon in the Everglades hotel.
The award is sponsored annually*------------------ ~~
by B'nai B'rith, with Joseph M.
Lipton, president of Dade Federal
Savings and Loan Assn., as patron.
Singer, head of the Royal
Castle chain, was cited for his
contribution as a member of the
State Road Board, which con-
tributed to the planning and con-
struction of the newly-opened
Julia Turtle Causeway and pro*
posed expressway. Dr. Dun-
ning is a cancer research spe-
cialist at the University of Mi-
ami.
Judges responsible for choosing
the winners were Fred K. Shochet,
editor and publisher of The Jew-
ish Floridian; Ralph Renick, vice
president in charge of news.
WTVJ-TV; George Beebe, manag-
ing editor, Miami Herald; and
Sanford M. Swerdlin, chairman.
Singer, chairman of the board of
the Royal Castle System, was ap-
pointed to the State Road Board
Continued on Page 2-A
Gurion's Illness
Postpones New
Cabinet Opener
JERUSALEM(JTA)The final
technicalities were completed on
Monday night in the constitution
of a new Israel Government coali-
tion, but Premier David Ben-Gur-
ion. because of illness, was unable
to present his cabinet to the Par-
liament for a confidence vote.
The executive body of Mr. Ben-
Gurion's Mapai party, meeting
Monday, formally ratified the
terms of the coalition agreement
under which the Progressive party
and the National Religious party
will form the new government
with Mapai. The executive, in rati-
fying the agreement, expressed the
hope that the two other labor par-
ties, Mapam and Achdut Avodah,
would also join the coalition. Mr.
Ben-Gurion's new government will
command 71 votes out of 120 in the
Knesset.
Mapai Party officials seized
the opportunity provided by the
enforced delay in presenting the
new cabinet to renew efforts to
Continued on Page 10-A
US Favors Huge Loan to Nasser
WASHINGTON-(JTA)-The management of the World Bank has
decided to place before the bank's directors later this month a.proposal
"o lend the United Arab Republic $56,000,000 to improve the Suez Canal
despite the UAR's continued anti-Israel blockade.
A bank spokesman said
that-
President" Eugene Black took the
initiative as the management of
the bank moved to bring the mat-
ter before the directors for de-
cision. It became apparent that
the United States, which exerts
powerful influence in the bank,
had made a policy decision to ap-
prove the loan.
Secretary of State Christian
Herter commented at his press
conference on the U. S. attitude
toward the loan in connection
with the unresolved Israel block-
ade Uue. Mr. Herter said the
World Bank was essentially n
economic institution and the less
it is subjected to political pros-
Special Holiday Fashion Supplement
Golda Explains Israel Objection
To Revival of Old UN Body
LONDON(JTA)Mrs. Golda Meir, Israel's Foreign Minister, said
this week that Israel "would be committing suicide" if it accepted a
large number of the Arab refugees.
+ This explanation of Israel's stand
on the issue of repatriation of the
Arab refugees en masse appeared
in the Times of London, whose cor-
respondent was one of a group of
overseas newsmen now in the
Middle East. The correspondents
met with Mrs. Meir during a visit
to Israel as part of their mission
to investigate the problems of the
Arab refugees.
Mrs. Meir said Israel had
clearly stated its determination
not to permit the return of large
numbers of the refugees and its
objection to the proposed revival
of the Palestine Conciliation
Commission.
She said a revived FCC, as call-
ed for in a resolution on extension
of the mandate of the United Na-
tions Relief and Works Agency
passed by the UN Special Political
sure, the greater its value will
be.
He said diplomatic pressures
should be employed by govern-
ments and not by the bank. He
said he did not know when the mat-
ter would be finally voted. The
Secretary said he had discussed
the matter with Israeli diplomats
and "leaders."
Rep. Leonard Farbstein, New
York Democratic member of the
House Foreign Affairs Committee,
Continued on Page 9-A

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Singer, Dr. Dunning Vutstandk
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riendship with children in other lands is demonstrated as
award Kravitz (right) presents a check for $60 to the United
ations International Child Emergency Fund. Money was
aised by pre-teen clubs at the Miami Branch of the Greater
ram. Receiving the contribution is Dr. H. Franklin Williams,
hairman of the board of directors of the United Nations Assn.
f Greater Miami and vice president of the University of Mi-
:mi.
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h? Gov. Collins. He is alson mem-
ber of tlH Dda County l'ort Au-
thority idvltOI7 committee, scrv-
o.l on the citizens committee that
recommended the transfer of Jack-
son Memorial Hospital iron, the
city to the county, and is a trustee
of Mi. Sinai Hospital.
He ban wild as a member of
the Metropolitan Charter Board.
ml Zoainj Board, praaldont of
the Dade County development
committee. Judicial Council of
Florida, board of the Florida Citi-
zens advisory committee to the
Civil Righti Commission, chairman
of the board of the VM and WHA.
itor of United Fund. Mi.imi-
Dade County Chamber of Com-
nun.'. H'nai B'rith. and president
of Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion and Temple Israel.
Diabetes Group
Elects Officers
The Greater Miami Lay Diabetes
Society, at its December meeting
held at the Alcazar hotel, unani-
mously elected the following slate
of officers for the year of 1960 as
I r< rented by the nominating com-
mittee:
Chairman, Mrs. Phyllis Sher-
man, executive vice chairman.
Kin Delia Ink: vice chairman.
. Edna Savoya: recording sec-
retary, Mr. Bcrnicc Scribncr; cor-
responding secretary. Mrs. Jean
Shouyhcr; treasurer, Eugene Ly
ons.
The following committee chair-
man an also appointed at
the December meeting: member-
ship. Abe Gorod; program, George
E. Pi
Dr Dunnng has been a cancer
researcher far 25 years. Shi
known internationally for her work'
with Dr. Maynie R. Curtis on the
diolo a q| cysticercus sarcoma in
rats, the development of a colony
of inbred rats, and a spectrum of
transplantable animal tumors that
serve as material for research.
In 1957, Dr. Dunning was chosen
one of the 17 "Outstanding Women1
of Dade County" by the Miami
News. The University of Miami
searcher is one of the 196 scieni
throughout the nation to be award
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She is a member of the board of u?9y'nd "3
Coconut Grove Civic Club and '" ce itr
Residents Club of Coconut Grove, rtL'r,."?'!".'"," *3
and belongs to the Pilot Club of! 't.TXLg'2
Miami. Sigma Chi. American As <> thorough tmt wlS
sociaUon for the Advancement of I eejsVd"to V*'"""* *r
Science. Genetics Society of Amer-
under the njm, PREPSS
Aik for it jt an """
money back guinitti a
The secret it \ m_
ica. American Society of Zoologists.: stance (B.o.oyw)-,
American Assn. for Cancer Re wr,d'a""'" '<
search and New York Academy of sup posTo'Sy Vain.
Science.
Dr. Dunning received the Doctor
of Philosophy degree in genetics
and cytology from Columbia Urn
ver>iiy in 1830, where she was an
assistant in cancer research
through 1941. She came to the Uni-
versity of Miami in 1950 from the1
Detroit Institute for Cancer Re-
search. She is the author of some
50 papers published in scientific
journals.
Rabbi Stern Will
Talk Wednesday
Seconfl in a series of lectures at
Beth Jacob Congregation will be
held Wednesday evening at the
congregation.
Rabbi Tibor Stem will discuss
Concept of Jewish Education"
Guest panelist will be Rabbi Alex-
ander S. Gross, principal of the
Hebrew Academy.
Question and answer period f. I -
h>us each lecture. There is no ad-
10ft charge.
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Corsage Now Available for Mother
Occasion of Bar or Bas Mitzvah
others whose sons and
are about to become
(as Mitzvah now have
additional pride. For
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"Corsage for You" is the name
of a new feature of The Jewish
Floridian. These are the simple
rules to follow in order to receive
your free corsage:
Address a postcard to "Cor-
sage for You," e/o The Jewish
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the date of the Bar or Bas Mitz-
vah ceremony. List the follow-
ing details:
e Your name, address, and
telephone number.
Name of the confirmand.
e Date of the Bar or Bas
Mitzvah.
will be observed,
e Place where the ceremony
The corsage will be presented
free of charge through the cour-
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arrangements with the Blackstone
Flower Shops. _____________
Federation Will
Vote on Site
Proposal Tuesday
A committee on permanent
quarters will recommend to the
board of governors of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation the pur-
chase of a parcel of land at 1317
Biscayne blvd., when the board
meets Tuesday evening at the Al-
giers hotel.
The site has been made avail-
able by Bessemer Properties, Inc.,
and is located on the northeast cor-
ner of Biscayne bivd. and MacAr-
thur Causeway. It covers a large
part of the block, extending east
to N. Bayshore dr.
Stanley C. Myers, chairman of
tho Federation committee, de-
clared that "all these who have
seen the site since the committee
voted unanimously last week to
recommend its purchase feel
that it is just what we have been
looking for."
Federation has been in search
| of new quarters for several years,
following its move from 420 Lin-
coln rd. to 424 Lincoln In., where
its offices are currently located.
"The recommended site is high-
ly desirable from many points of
view," Myers declared. "The ex-
isting facilities can be used until
such time as Federation will be
ready to erect a new building. Two
floors of the present facilities are
now air-conditioned, and would be
available for immediate occupan-
cy."
Myers added that the site also
has adequate parking, easy acces-
sibility, and room for future ex-
pansion.
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Wise Chapter Will
Hear Review
Louise Wise chapter of the Amer-
ican Jewish Congress will feature
a book review by Rabbi Herschell
Saville of Miami Hebrew Congre-
gation, at its Tuesday meeting.
The meeting will be held at the
Barcelona hotel at 12:30 p.m. Rab-
bi Saville will review "Ben-Gur-
ion," by Robert St. John.
A report on the annual Congress
dinner dance at the Carillon hotel
on Dec. 27 will also be presented, \
according to Mrs. Lillian Goodman, \
president.
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FRED K. SHOCHET..........Editor and Publisher
LEO MINDLIN ........................ Executive Editor
ISRAEL BUREAU
202 Ben Yehuda Tel Aviv, Israel
RAY U. BINDER_______________Correspondent
Trouble Brewing Anew
That some of the world's top political and
military observers are once again speculating
on Israel's ability to defend herself in a new
Arab showdown is cause in itself to worry
about the possibility of further unrest in the
Middle East.
Egypt President Nasser's boastful threat to
launch an invasion of Israel in the event the
Jewish State continues with her Jordan River
diversion plan once more puts the he to re-
peated Arab declarations with respect to Is-
raeli aggression.
But vindication is hardly cause for ease in
an area of the world where peace has long
been a stranger. The forces that pressed Israel's
hand at Sinai are building up anew. It is to be
hoped world opinion will this time be on
guard.
Outstanding Citizens of 1959
Once again, two Miamians have been hon-
ored by being chosen "Outstanding Citizens"
for 1958-59. This is the 13th annual award of
a project initiated and carried out under the
auspices of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith.
Sholem Lodge has since been joined by
other leading civic groups here in nominating
men and women for the annual citation. Gain-
ing in stature over the years, it has become one
of the most coveted awards in Dade county.
This year's recipients are Dr. Wilhemina
Dunning, scientific researcher at the University
of Miami, and William D. Singer, man of pro-
gress.
Dr. Dunning's career has been marked by
over 25 years of devotion to the study of can-
cer. Mr. Singer, who has served on many pub-
he committees, in recent years moved to the
civic forefront as a member of the State Road
Board.
The proposed expressway and the Julia
Turtle causeway, which opened Sunday. ate
among the highpoints of his successful activity
in behalf of community achievement.
It is our opinion that on the whole the se-
lection of "Outstanding Citizens" in the past
has been exemplary, and that this year's re-
cipients join them to make the annual award a
truly meaningful Dade county event.
We join the community in congratulating
these deserving winners.
A Wise Move to Make
Federation directorate meets Tuesday, and
as one of the major items on its agenda will
Tote on the acquisition of a site and building
on Biscayne blvd. and 13th st.. Miami.
The existing quarters will serve as ade-
quate facilities until such time as Federation
is ready toerect a new building. They also
have many outsiandina features.
Ihiefly. these include a highly desirable
location, adequate parking, accessibility, room
lor future expansion and. in addition, possible
ultimate financial benefit.
___Tk* purchase will be recommended by the
permanent site committee of Federation, which
has been seeking suitable quarters for several
years, and has met with wholehearted ap-
proval by members of the community who in-
spected the proposed site since the announce-
ment of its consideration.
The Jewish Floridian recomends thi pur-
chase, and feels it would be a wise move far
Federation to makeone which will render
even greater its ability to serve the entire com-
munity.
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Tribute to Max Orovitz
Max Orovitz, president of ML Sinai Hos-
pital, will be honored at a banquet Saturday
evening at the Fontainebleau hotel.
The function marks his crowning achieve-
ment the new Mt. Sinai Hospital of Greater
Miami, which was dedicated here in cere-
monies Sunday.
Many are the men and women who have
given both their time and funds to the con-
struction of this $10 million medical institution.
But Mr- Orovitz, for upward of a decade, stood
as the unifying force behind the vision to es-
tablish a Jewish-sponsored hospital in Dade
county that would be second to none in the
South._
I That Ihis vision has been achieved is at-
tested by the beautiful Mt Sinai Hospital which
stands today on Collins Island high above Bis-
cayne Bay.
The men and women who honor Mr. Oro-
vitz Saturday evening will not only take cog-
nizance of this major achievement in his long
civic and philanthropic career.
They will also pay tribute to Mr. Orovitz'
other contributions to a host of community or-
ganizations, such as the University of Miami.
United Fund, and Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration.
For Mr. Orovitz, the banquet is hardly a
culmination of many years of devoted service.
It is merely a breather in a continuing round
of humanitarian endeavor.
about increasing anti-Semitism in the Soviet
Union.
Gen. Dragunsky. a twice-decorated war
hero, also denied that Jews in his country are
not permitted to leave, asserting that only "the
elderly show any interest in Israel.
A report in last week's Life magazine bv
correspondent Patricia Blake seem. .omehovV
A^,ervto ^ ft *!' disclaimer
chiS.80'!' ^ ^ ^-Pondenf.
check, quite conclusively with the dispatches
about JewuA his in the Soviet Union pubUshed
fairly regularly in these columns, as well as in
nation*11* ^ pw1odlcato lh*>ughout the
The brutal fact is that there seems to exist
an organised campaign against Jews and Ju-
daism in Russia. While Soviet .noV.
continually di^laim a. "Z^T^^T-
reports of anti-Semitism in their courSy they
may very well be hard-preed to pin a..imuar
tlurinq th* treolc
I *ee it .
fey LEoummm
P'-ce about **
d Panoply Z\
"< today h# 1*L
raised to immortality the coming of sprlmfT 'H,>*yi
certainly breed an equivalent kind of hushed ., mbw*i
lion of the spirit, ror the fruition of the hum^**^!"
annual celebration in February of a tiU,%2il
It is improper to be against Brotherhood rm u ^S
civic-minded to be for .in. But MyTnln ^ *3
sooner declare himself opposed to it than submit? "!
hazard and sentimental affirmation of thislll*fl
mind the egregious, often impossibly lofty t^T*- *J
so many personalities of note deliver during jE^**
the words, "prejudice" and -tolerance,' reach VT^
intelligent meaning. each "*" lost*]1
The fact is that the recalcitrant bigot ought h. w
the annual Brotherhood addict. Without resoS t/***.
the one i. st least honest in hi. intentions; ^ otjT.i3
ul.r taste, really caring little whether or no. his SiSS
tern exemplifies the highest principle. f the m*vSl
KIHATID AUtMATKm Of THt* tfrotT
LEST THIS SUM cynical beyond responsible attention* J
" of experience, suffice it here to say that manv c*L **
made in December and January-pertaining tolKft
one or more personalities actively assuming positS!]*
the February Brotherhood observance.
Miami is certainly no different-with one possible otad
many of the people Important in the celebration are kWL
the first instance. They may come together at a BrouZLI
one night a year pay lip-service to ideals and rise Si-
self-esteem, but they also openly belong to restricted nZj
live in areas that bar Jews as residents, and practice
in their employment policies.
Perhaps less secretive, they are certainly no lea viei*
makes them truly unique is that these one mghters sec h*d
conflict between their daily behavior and the.r annual dwuesT
the most brutally painful thing here, as elsewhere scmife
u that Jews, who virtually sponsor and support the BaxH
remain so insensitive to the repeated alienation of their boa
effort.
dCCOCAM TO W MAN
CONTINUALLY REBUFFED, they nevertheless again
underwrite the fruitless effort virtually to buy the goMes-
others in an equally fruitless choreography that may weBMi
best artistic interests of a "Danse Macabre'" ballet.
The futility of the entire procedure is unhappily extn,-
the announcement Sunday of the appointment of Mr. Let1|Q
position of leadership in the February Brotherhood Week tin
across the nation. Mr. Hills is executive editor of thi>
daily and other John Knight newspapers. His appointmeki
him national chairman of the Brotherhood Week newspaps i
tee.
This is a position of esteem and prestige. It is also o
tral significance, for the observance long ago adopted the |
regarding mass communications media as a fundameaul
in the battle against racial and religious bigotry. 1st
is thus an accolade both to the man and his professional i
Underscoring his power as a Journalist, it suggests mighty i
marshalled as Uweassa of basic democratic principle.
Ruing to tfts occasion. Mr. Hills accepted the appoim
proper comment: that if not ethically certainly pragffliti
posed rb iiiibiI fi'ieHfal health in the face of external*"
turn girding ifly hymt against any aggression, his ortjl,
forees io The raln a/ the spirit and the Brotherhood ^JPJ
THIUCAKIf no quarreling with this acctptance-nMltl
to- Indicate mat Brotherhood as a way of life must dsa
value beyond the negd to attain it for national defense rtJ
inherent good stare sWMld be Brotherhood's hi^he-t pursowj
eous factors net CBtjr debase it; they betray it. bringing it h,|
levtl of the traditional Brotherhood dinner
But these considerations, important as they may heol
ideological clarification, beg the issue. The more fundimoUH
lion is the appointee, himself, whose own example evn '*^]
duces the purpose of his role and the movement he briefly gj
Mr. Hub lives In Bay Point. Mismi. an exclusive rB*,*JJ
tion off Biscayne blvd, which is restricted against Jews- "t
his Brotherhood pronouncements signify? What will "
chairmanship contribute? What does he teach by emi*_ J
How liberally may he be expected to employ tbs V** 1
presa at his hand in the battle against bigotry if he ateouu"
with the bigots by living in their lair? ^^
December and January are upon us, and the spirit T
quickens in the land; but it la a cruel quickening, for I
shackled by the tyranny of human hypocrisy.
Egyptian Troops Go on Aw
Continued from Faee 1-A
tween Egypt and the rest of the
Arab world.
A London Daisy Express corre-
spondent who bat )ttst returned
from Cairo, said that President
Nasser of the United Arab Repub-
lic "i. determined to risk war
rather than let the Israelis carry
through their plan" to take water Meanwhile. ,sr*"^rsjP
from Hie Jordan River to irrigate meeting onil"*^w>ta,
rid areas of the Neger. He raid Arab Republic to pr. ^
that Nasser believed that "if there River dicri.>n P"1^
is war again with Israel, the Egyp- new areas, said tnr< ^
tians will win. He counts on the uch project.*** rf
support of Arabs in .ether coun- ance with *",
trie.." la the Gulf of
Reports received hm
thst the Egypt-" -<
widely advertised pU^ ,
the waters of '"fj^riatyl
they reached ,sr**" fe ]
construction of u-lr
rttoo. A technics> J^f
reported to h'.l*JJg*a.'
this pUn snd had **^


member 18. 1959
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rtic gift, his entire professional collection of plastic sur-
struments, is presented to Hadassah's Brandeis group
i New York surgeon-educator Dr. Jacob Sarnoff, shown
the Fontainebleau with Hadassah officer Mrs. Bernard
sn. The collection of 150 instruments is being forward-
idassah University Medical Center in Israel for use by
its and faculty. Dr. Samoff, father of Broadway star
ly Sarnoff, retired this year after 51 years of surgery
jw lives in Miami Beach. His most recent book is "Bet-
ilth, Longer Life."
iticello Park
les Buildings
|29 is the date at which
lation Montieello Park ex-
have $100,000 in cash, en-
hhe commencement of con-
In of its new Temple and
{building.
$60,000 was raised at a
here last week.
Mn' Club is currently
small scale bricks, con-
the inscription, "I helped
Aonticeilo Park." Over 300
have already been sold.
hood is sponsoring "Give
^ething this month" project,
piling each woman to con-
to the building fund,
ren of the religious school
participating in the brick-
projeet and have adopted
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JDC Adopts $29 Mi/lion Budget
NEW YORK-(JTA)-The Joint,
Ui.sirib.uUcn Committee, at its 45th
annual mer-tin* this week, adopted
a budget of $29,142,000 for its aid
programs in 1960 which provide
assistance to 250.000 Jews in 25
countries, including Israel. More
than 400 delegates from all parts
of the country attended the gath-
ering.
The delegates unanimously votc.1
a resolution pledging full support
for UJA's I960 campaigns and urg-
ed American Jews "to demon-
strate their continued support by
responding with heightened gen- j
erosity to the campaign for funds
vitally needed for life-saving ef-
forts in Israel and elsewhere."
Edward M. M. Warburg, chair-
man of the JDC, lauded the Uni-
ted Jewish Appeal of which the
JDC is a major partner. He said
that the UJA has helped make
possible the physical survival of
the great flood of Jewish refu-
gees escaping from dictatorship,
anti-Semitism and hunger I n
post-war years. "The reality of
todayfor hundreds of tousands
of men and womenis that the
solidity of the UJA represents
the only hope of a decent future,"
he stressed.
Mr. Warburg, who was reelected
JDC chairman for the 15th suc-
cessive year, is a founder and hon-
orary chairman of the UJA. He
told the delegates that the estab-
lishment of Israel had meant "new
hope" for hundreds of thousands
of Jewish refugees. Because Israel
exists, he declared, and because
Americans through the United
Jewish Appeal have given large-
scale help in transporting and set-
tling refugees, both in Israel and
in other countries of asylum, "the
thousands of Jews who surged over
the Hungarian border to freedom,
the other thousands set into flight
by the Egyptian dictator, the tens
of thousands who poured out of
North Africa, were not faced with
1946 againor with 1938."
Mr. Warburg praised the U. S.
Government policy of extending
aid to the needy of many lands
"without insisting that the price
they pay be acceptance of our sys-
tem of government or our way of
life."
Philip M Klutxnick of Chicago,
chairman of the International
Council of B'nai B'rith, warned
that three factors were tending
"to turn the American commu-
nity inward at this time." He
cited the improved economic po-
sition of many of America's
Western allies; the adverse trend
in the United States balance of
international payments, and "the
concern that our foreign aid pro-
grams have not always been
wisely administered."
"While I agree that there may
be much --merit in introducing
greater discrimination and judg-
ment into the handling of foreign
aid policy," Mr. Klutznick, a for-
mer U. S. delegate to the UN Gen-
eral Assembly, said "it would be
tragic if, under the guise of econ-
omy, cuts so drastic were maae
that they destroyed the results oi
our multi-billion dollar investment
in raising living, standards, in
bringing the 20th century to under-
developed countries, and in creat-
ing a climate for the democratic
way of life throughout the world."
Moses A. Leavitt, JDC executive
vice chairman, reported on the ag-
ency's worldwide welfare services
for 1959, for which over $28,000,000
was spent. "In 1959, a year of no
great crises, no terrible emergen-
ciesthe men, women and children
who needed JDC's aid still num-
bered well over 200,000," Mr. Lea-
vitt pointed out.
The 1960 JDC budget was adopt
ed after a report by Charles H.
Jordan, director-general for the
agency's overseas operations. Jor-
dan pointed out that "deteriorat-
ing political and economic condi-
tions in North Africa," particularly
in Morocco and Tunisia, had in-
creased need among the Jewish
populationand reduced the con-
tributions of local governments
and communities resulting in
heavier demands for JDC help.
Of the Jews who received JDC
aid during 1959, more than 104.-
000 were in Moslem countries,
principally North Africa and
Iran, Leavitt said in his report.
There were also some 56,000 in
Europe, more than 42,000 in Is-
rael end nearly 4,600 in, such
other areas as Australia. "In Is-
rael, Malben-JDC, which cares
for aged, ill and handicapped
newcomers and their families,
aided seme 20,300 person*, in-
cluding hundreds through an ex-
panded program of non-institu-
tional care for the aged. In ad-
dition, nearly 14,000 were aided
there through cultural and re-
ligious programs," the JDC lead-
er reported.
"JDC's assistance continued to
cover a broad range of needs,"
Leavitt stressed. "There were 32,-
355 persons receiving cash relief,
chiefly in Europe; 85,685 benefit-
ing from feeding programs, more
than 56,000 of them in Moslem
areas; 5,790 in homes for the aged,
the bulk in Israel; 29,970 receiving
medical aid and 68,670 receiving
educational assistance, these last
two programs concentrated also
chiefly in. Moslem countries. In ad-
dition, 5,365 children and young
people received other kinds of aid;
and 36,545 were aided through cul-
tural and religious programs."
"One of the most disheartening
single developments of 1959 was
the shutting off of Jewish emigra-
tion from Rumania," the JDC ex-
ecutive vice chairman declared.
"When the emigration ended,
there were more than 15,000 Jews
in Rumania who had been fully
documented for departure and
were ready to leave. These lost
their homes and their employment
and were left in difficult economic
circumstances."
Chqnuka Program
At Kneseth Israel
Mrs. I. B. Eisenstein, president
of Kneseth Israel Sisterhood, an-
nounces a Chanuka luncheon by
the Sisterhood on Tuesday noon in
the Social Hall.
Mrs. I. Ruppert is hospitality
chairman for the affair, and will
be assisted by Mesdames Louis
Dublin, Lena Popkin. Clara Wein-
stock, Regina Basil, Harry Weiss,
Helen Hornstein, Wolf Sirot, Max
Lippmah, Toby Jaffe, Eva Leo-
pold, Frances Ullian, Etta Man-
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Sisterhood Cord Party
Sisterhood of the Southwest
Jewish Center will hold a Chanuka
card party at the Temple, 6438 SW
8th st., on Monday night.
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Friday,
4ax Orovitz to Be Honored Saturday;
liami Society Expected in Full Force
MAX otovnz
Max Orovitz. presldenl of Mt. Si-
nai Hospital of Greater Mteni, will
be honored at a testimonial dinner
Saturday evening in the Grand
ballroom of the Fontainebleau ho
tcl.
The occasion marks Orovitz'
more than ten years in the presi
dency of the hospital, which under
h.s leadership rose from a 55-b*d
facility on lower Alton rd. to its
new quarters built at a cost of
some $10 million, and was dedica-
ted in a ceremony attended by
out 3.000 persons last Sunday.
Oroviti alto will riciivi
public recognition for hi* many
philanthropic endeavors at the
Saturday function, which include
tho University of Miami, Gr.attr
Miami Jewish Federation, and
the United Fund, of which he
wit first president.
Reservations for the affair are
ncaring the 1.000 mark, according
to Baron de Hir>ch Meyer, dinner
chairman, who said that "the most
distinguished names of Miami so-
ciety appear on the guest list."
Special decor displaying the Mt.
Sinai Hospital emblem will adorn
the ballroom.
Dr. Sarnoff Speaks in Miami
Coral Way Jewish Center Sister ., c *-""
hood was to meet at Everglades r' Sarn'f U ,
Elementary School. 83T5 SW lfth CUn- *!i 51 1tJZ
st.. on Thursday at 8 p.m. Ha has travel
Spetlft waa to be Dr. Jactb^'wshout tw,'!
rtF&iSr0* "Betler He,Itb h Doro,by **m,\
wy star.
New MEDICAL Offices
UJA Hits $69 Million;
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IDEAt OPPORTUNITY FOR MEDICAL SPKIAUSTS
Continued from Peee 1 A
he lagging processes of inregra-
ien in behalf of 354.0M unab-
orbed immigrants in Israel.
Delegates reflected Morris W.
rin>tein. philanthropist and bus
.fader, to his third sVSSSSStea
rm as I'JA general chairman, to
id its 22nd yearly campaign The
legates also elected Bol Luck
ID, < f Cincinnati, as UJA honor
y Battens! cha.rman. Fred For
in. of Rochester, and Philip M.
utrnick. of Chicago, as UJA na
OS] chairmen, and Melvin Du-
tej 3s chairman
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Former Sen. Herbert H. Leh-
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peal has come to be synonymous
with our concern for freedom,
peace and humanitananism as
Americans and Jews." He urged
American Jews to give fullest sup-
port to the UJA.
Sen. Lehman, who participated
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*h Appeal more than two dec-
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beneficiary agencies, had helped
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Ml-tea wr, -m |lr##|( 105sea |
Moslem countries. 57.*e* in Eu-
rope, 5.000 in the United States
and 5.SM others in various other
countries around the world. Mr.
Berinstein added that some 37,.
other persons had received
relief in transit.
Edward M. M Warburg. UJ*.
honorary chairman and chairman
of the Jmt Distribution Commit-
tee, presided at Saturday nights
dinner meeting.
I-rael Ambassador Harm an
principal speaker at the dinner"
stressed that in accepting nearly
a million refugees in 11 vears the
Israel Government has given ut
consideration to the human
itanan aspects of this immigration
li'.^'w1^1 ,hat ,sra*1 Per-
mitted thousands of persons to be
|*WjtJrt in that other countries
hreoW normally reject as irami-
nrants-active tuberculosis cases
Physically handicapped persons
and large numbers of aged pro- *
Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman. UJA I
executive vice chairman, declared
that despite the great achieve-
ments of Israels peonle in taking
in nearly 1.000,000 refugees in 11
rears, one out of every three of
these newcomers still lacks the ha-
requirements of decent and civ
dired living.
The UJA executive vice chair
man told the audience that Ameri-
can Jews have no right to sleep
one night in peace if we doat take
aHvantape of the niU of immigration to dean np the vas
pile ol need* of newcomers wbma 1
we have already brought to
country."
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jmber 18, 1959
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Page 7-/
k
Orthodoxy Hits Presidents' Group
r
tz, of Wolfie's Lincoln rd. restaurant, pledges his
Mion to the 1960 campaign of the United Fund of Dade
or support of 300 health and welfare services. Looking
*iited Fund solicitor Bob Henshaw, of the Fund's Res-
Division. Henshaw is Miami Beach supervisor of the
Dunty Health Department and a 10-year veteran of
ling for the UF and its predecessor organization.
to Perform Chanuka Play
|Emami-El United Syna-
ith will present a Cha-
, "Judah Rides Again."
ad directed by Trixie
Auction will be offered
lay morning. 10 and 11
he Temple for religious
|dents and their parents
mill Chanuka assembly.
y will alto be seen at
Sirlcin Hall at the Tarn-
ved by a recaption and
Ind again on Sunday,
[at the Seville hotel an-
Manuka breakfast for
of the Armed forces.
includes Ronald Isaac-
|ela Greene, Lois Ross,
Dbinson, Marjie Frankel,
One, Stanley Muravchick,
listen, Rosalind Lehrman.
Jnck, Howard Hauscr.
t .ii. Arthur Rubin, and
Iz.
uirls are Judy Feldman,
kit hman, Linda Gordon
na Glassman. Mrs. Ben
provide the piano accom-
L'SY advisor is Mrs.
?num.
Continued from Page 1-A
American Jewish coordinating
body which is independent of po-
bttcal influences';" the Conference
constituency was "unduly restrict-
ed;" and that the way the Confer-
ence conducted its work "impairs
the organizational sovereignty of
its members."
He contended that the Jewish
Agency "originated and sponsor-
ed" the Conference and "still
plans to pay for 50 percent of the
budget."
"While it is proper for presidents
to be convened by the Jewish Ag-
ency concerning a crisis in Israel,
it is quite a different matter for
Jewish organizations to so identify
themselves in an organization that
must deal with the United States
Government and other bodies," the
Orthodox leader asserted. "In such
situations, the independence of
American Jewish organizations
will be of prime importance as far
as their effectiveness is con-
cerned."
He added that to assure "the
Jewish Agency of control, the
Zionist organizations comprise
practically a majority. They
vote equally with non-Zionists
organizations, both secular and
religious, many of which repre-
sent vast constituencies." Laud-
ing the record of the Zionist
groups as "a striking one in-
deed." he insisted nevertheless
that "their purposes as wall as
those of the American Jewish
community can be harmed more
than benefitted by the implica-
tions inherent in such an organi-
zation."
Dr. Goldmann noted, In his re-
ply, that during the years Mr.
Feuerstein had participated in the
Presidents' Conference, he had
never raised any of these objec-
tions. Mr. Goldmann said he did
not want to argue, only to correct
the "distortions."
Dr. Goldmann denied that the in-
itiative to "regularize" the Con-
ference came from him. He said
it was the idea of "the presidents
of a number of organizations, who
felt that after five years of exist-
ence, the Conference should oper-
ate in a more regular form with
elected chairmen and a budget,"
a proposal he said he fully ap-
proved.
"It is the best indication that the
Jewish Agency does not want to
dominate the Presidents' Confer-
ence because this regularization
implied obviously that I should no
longer be the de facto chairman
since another chairman would be
elected every year," he added
Denying the charge of Zionist
domination, Dr. Goldmann said
that the Conference operates or
the principle of unanimity am
no majority vote can bind dls
senting organizations. He adde
that the composition of the Con
ference was originally based o'
a "kind of 50-50 membership a
between Zionist and non-Zionis
groups" and that the origin*
list of presidents "wes fully ar
proved" at the first meeting.
Stressing that he had "often ;
vocated the admission of n-
groups," Dr. Goldmann said tl
"if no new organization has be
admitted, this was because of (
cisions of the whole membershi
He alsb said that "the Jewish /
ency has never insisted on pro\
ing the whole budget or even 1.
the budget" and that the Age-
was "perfectly willing to prov
-our share as one of the 18 org;
zations.
Largest Holiday Bonus
Largest bonus in Holsum histr
$34,074, is being distributed I
holiday season, Jodean Cash, I
ery president, announced h'
Cash said distribution of the bo
began Dec. 5. Cash said bom
and holiday parties are am
events given by Holsum Baker
South Miami in appreciation
employees' sesrvice and loyalt;
Observation Week'
is school of Temple Tif-
Db will open its doors with
[Observation Week" Dec.
24.
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The Star of David now shines over 16 lands
Recently, an El Al passenger summed up his feelings
aooutth airline thi. way: "When I stood on the witting
amat the Amsterdam airport and saw that big beau-
Uful Britannia with the Star of David on if tail c me
for a landing, I was proud. Believe me I was proud.
People all over the world, in New York, Ter Aviv, London, .
Part Rome, Berlin, Brussels, Amsterdam Zurich,
Vienna. Athens, Istanbul, Met*. Uganda, Johannes-
burgr and Teheran now look up and see the Star of David
flashing across the skies. When El Al was first established
in 1949, right after Independence, it was a tiny 3-stop
airline. But as Israel'sneeds grew, El Al grew with them.
Today, its giant jet-powered Britannias service sixteen1
nations on four continents. And besides carrying thou-
sands upon thousands of passengers, El Al has become
a major lifeline between Israel and the outside world.


Page 8-A
Baron de Hirsch Meyer, first president oi Mt. Sinai Hospital
(right), receives a plaque honoring him for his services and
financial support from J. Gerald Lewis, chairman of the build-
ing and planning committee, at Sunday ceremonies dedica-
ting the new Mt. Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami.
Dr. VJoHson to Speak
IV .pic Act Th;it
day. 630 p.m.. at the BIa<'
hotel. Th;s will mark Dr. WM
iob'i Mxth lecture nn the "Life
_______+Je*irt>ncrkMi%ri
3,000 View Mt.
Sinai Dedication
Upwards of 3.000 persons Sunday
attended dedication ceremonies of
the new Mt. Sinai Hospital of
Greater Miami.
In symbolic ceremonies. Maxi
Orovitx. hospital president, cut the]
ribbon on an architect's concep-i
tion of the $10 million institution
S. C. Lcvenson. chairman of the
dedication committee, introduced,
dignitaries present. The program
also included remarks by Miami
Beach Mayor D. Lee Powell; J
Gerald Lewis, chairman of the
building and planning committee; ,
and Sam J. Heiman. president of-
the Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
ation.
Simutl Gartner, executive di- .
rector of Mt. Sinai Hospital,
traced the development of the |
hotel* I from its modest begin-
nings on lower Alton rd. Presen-
tation of a portrait and plaque
was made to Baron de Hirsch
Meyer, the hospital's first presi-
dent.
Mrs. Phillip Lefkowitz, president
of the Women's Auxiliary, and!
Lewis joined Orovitz in the ribbon-.
cutting ceremony.
R. R. Msgr. William Barry, of
St. Patrick's Church, offered the i
invocation. Dr. Irving Lehnnan,
spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-'
El. presented the prayer of dedl- j
cation. Benediction was by Rev.;
R. Wiley Scott, of the Miami Beach j
Community Church.
Following the ceremonies, visit
ors were led on a tour throujh the
four floors of the eight-story
institution.
will be the title of a lecture and Philosophy of Baruch Spin-
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A $25 IS. Savings Bond and
an Americanism Medal have been
awarded to North Miami Beach.
Junior High School students Nancy
Bryan. 1700 NE 158th st., and Perry I
Schrift. 17631 NE 7th pi., by Morris
GreebeU representing the North
Miami Beach Abe Horowitz Post
of the Jewish War Veterans.
Miss Bryan and Schrift wart;
judged first prize winners of M
Americanism essay contest on
"Why I Like Being an AmerttM
Girl" and "Why I Like Being aa
American Boy."
The contest was presented as a
regular classroom assignment to
the student body of the North Mi-
ami Beach Junior High School un
der the direction of Lloyd R
Pierce, principal, and Miss Pauline
Hereford, curriculum assistant.
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fobflr 18. 1959
+Jewish tUrldfan
Page 9-A
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Favors Huge Loan to Nasser
from PaQ 1-A i nomic Affairs, against thp nrnnn. ...I;;4. 4
ed loan "a,"bt lIe propos-, administration acquiescence in
,,,, -' I ,nis loan with our country's tradi-
\. L-ep- Farbstein Informed Mr. tion to stand on freedom of the
iry of SUte for Eco-1 Dillon that he "cannot reconcile
public condemnation of the Suez
blockade in 1857."
Chairman Emanuel Celler of the
House Judiciary Committee said
that the proposed loan to the Uni-
ted Arab Republic to improve the
"as and President EisenfidWWs t~*iez Canal would be "detrimental' blockade.
to the best interests and defense
of the United States." Rep. Celler,
a New York Democrat, wrote
Treasury Secretary Anderson ask-
ing him to withhold approval of
any "unconditional" loan to the
UAR. He cited the anti-Israel
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+Jmil> tWrktton
Hebrew Academy prepares for its 12th annual dinner at the
Fontainebleau hotel Jan. 24. Wolfie Cohen has accepted the
chairmanship of the dinner. Dr. Milton Lubar will be chair-
man of the arrangements committee. Standing (left to right)
are Hebrew Academy president B. I. Binder, Cohen, and Dr.
Lubar. Seated (left to right) are Harry Genet, chairman, exec-
utive committee; Samuel Reinhardt, vice president; and Louis
Merwitrer, vice president
Roth on ADL
Nat'l Committee
Burnett Raft, I Miami Beach,
has been elected to the national
executive e of the Anh
Defamation League of B'nai B'rith.
The ilvit.cn took place at th^
46th annual of the
Le.i Uooal commission in
New York City laaf weak.
The announcement was mad*
by Paul Seiderm.n, Florida reg-
ional board chairman of the
ADL, who said that the election
is a tribute to Roth for his
many years of imaginative and
fine service to the cause of un-
derstanding among Americans of
II religions and backgrounds."
The Anti-Defamation League is
a national human re: !uca-
uith
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Guided Tour Announced
Guided tour to Israel during
Passover. 1960 under the auspices
of Dr. Zev Kogan, executive direc-
tor of the Jewish National Fund
Council here, was announced Wed-
Madaj by Sol Goldman, chairman
of the J.VF Council board. lnf..r
mation is available at the JNF of-
fice, 600 Lincoln rd.
Pallet Joins
Bank's Board
\V:lliam L. xPallot. former Miami
city attorney, nil take Ml place
on the board of directors of Miami
rial Bank on Monday, ac-
cording to Lou Polkr, bank spokes-
t. who lives at 511 Santona
Coral Gable- ha- held nu-
tiblic posts lines enter
practice here in 1946.
Me has boon a judge in
Municipal Court, chairman
of the poetic work- committee of
Miami North Miami City attor:.
Miami reel
:nd a member
of the 3M and Metro Charter
boards.
Pallot is a member or the shrine,
and B'nai Brith He \g the
father of three children.
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bring ?* other two labor parties
into a united labor front. Prior
netfwffaHeA's^with* tfea- ew(np>e-
ties had broken down over the
issue of collective responsibility.
Mr. Ben-Gurion had insisted that
[ all members of the Cabinet be
bound by Cabinet decisions and
had proposed a "discipline
clause" at a condition for partici-
pation in the coalition.
This clause provided that a
member of the Cabinet who votes
against a Government measure
must reaifB. To ensure this, Mr.
, Ben Gunon demands legislation
empowering the Cabinet majority
to dismiss a minister who does not
resign as a result of defection. The
Premier wants to avoid any repe-
tition of what happened last year
when the representatives of the
Mapam j*A Achdut Avodah in the
Government and their party mem
bers in Parliament voted against
the Government onjfc German
arms Issue. Wnen the minister-
refused to resign, Mr. Ben-Gurion
had to submit the resignation of
bis entire Cabinet.
The two labor parties, in the cur-
rent coalition negotiations, flatly
rejected the demand. In state-
ments they issued separately, both
took the position that they could
not give up their position on cer
tain questions such as Israeli-Ger-
man relations and the question of
military Government in areas of
Israel, and both opposed legislative
proposals that would enable the
Prime Minister to dismiss mem
bers of his cabinet without pre
senting a new Government to the
Parliament for approval.
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harp conflict mW
a Jew?-
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Jewlsti fhrHinr
kjamin Fine, former
bn editor of the New
les, now Dean of the
fee School of Yeshiva
Ity, will be guest
at a luncheon Mon-
>n at the offices of
[. Cantor. 1451 Bay-
Dr. Fine will be in
'to attend the Yeshiva
nty dinner at the Fon-
iau hotel on Sunday,
ir's tv9 Party
gnnual New Year's Eve
[the Dade Heights Jewish
lion will be held at Car-
lall, 625 NE 131st St., at
ec. 31. The dance is spon-
[the Mr. and Mrs. Club.
U.S. Firm, Israel Launch
Gigantic Desalination Plant
NEW YORK-(JTA)-A Chicago
firmFairbanks, Morse and Com-
panyissued a statement here this
week announcing its entrance into
a joint venture with the Govern-
ment of Israel for the construction
of plants to convert sea water into
fresh water by the process devel-
oped in Israel by Dr. Alexander
Zarchin, a 64-year-old resident of
Tel Aviv.
The machine invented by Zar-
chin, an emigrant from the Soviet
Union, freezes sea water in a vac-
uum, forming pure water crystals
which are then melted to produce
salt-free water. The salt is drained
off in the vacuum stage.
"Construction of the first low-
cost plant for mass production to
be located in Israel will begin dur-
ing 1960," the announcement of
the Chicago company said. "We
plan to locate a second plant in a
semi-arid region of the southwest-
ern United States. Our next goal
is to create enough plants to pro-
duce a billion gallons a day of
fresh water throughout the world
by the end of 1965.
"Our engineers estimate that
when we achieve full and regu-
lar industrial production, the cost
of water under Hi* Zarchin pro-
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which is now approximately 40
cents per 1,000 gallons.
We are indebted to Dr. Zarchin!
and the Government of Israel for
permitting us to be the first non-
Israeli group to study the full
Zarchin process of removing salt
and impurities from sea water by
freezing, and to examine the pro-
cess in the secret pilot plant con-
structed in Israel during the past
two years.
"Our engineers have examined
all operating and projected com-
mercial processes publicly or pri-
vately developed in the United
States and elsewhere, and we be-
lieve that the Zarchin process is a
great scientific breakthrough. In
the years ahead we expect many
dramatic consequences of Dr. Zar-
chin's work to provide startling
benefits for the world."
Temple Sinai New
Year's Party Due
A New Year's Eve party at the
Golden Glades Ranch is being
sponsored by the donor commit-
tee of Temple Sinai Sisterhood.
Mrs. Sam Scurrati is chairman.
At* the ranch there will be a hay
ride and saddle horses for those
who wish to 'ride the range."
Following entertainment and
dancing, a barbecue supper will
be served. In charge of reserva-
tions is Mrs. Edward Auerbach.
On Tuesday, Jan. 5, at the Tem-
ple, a luncheon and card party will
be given for all pair-up Sisterhood
members. Mrs. Sam Lubell and
Mrs. Robert Eisler will be hos-
tesses.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS lli:i;i:i;v UIVBN that
111.' Illi'
business iindt-r tii.. fictitious nam< <>t
MOliERN JEWISH I'ORRESPON-
DENCE CLUB at 120 15th Street, Mi-
ami Beach, Florida Intendi to
later said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Kloi iila.
ELVIRA lli:i.l.i:il
12/11-IS-25, 1/1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 59C10773
KAURiCE KOPPEL ami
i.kaii ESTHER KOPPEL,
his wife.
Plaintiffs,
vs.
l,Ki..\.\i;i> S. COLE and
ARM A Mi .I ANNETTE,
1 tefendanta,
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Talmud Class of Temple Ner Tamid recently
completed the Tract Mood. Marking the occa-
sion was a breakfast celebration at the Temple
under the direction of Rabbi Eugene Lcbovitz.
Seated (left to right) are Louis Hammerman.
Morris Spiselman. Bernard Soroka, Harry Kap-
lan. Ben Marin and Rev. David Klein, instruc-
tor. Standing (left to right) are Alex Eig, Louie
Clair. Bernard Katx, Joseph Moskowitz, Mau-
rice Horowitz, Carl Greene, and Rabbi Labo-
vitx.
Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky greets new officers of Beth Tfalah
Congregation. Rear (left to right) are Paul Weiss, recording
secretary; Joseph M. Myers, financial secretary; and Isidore
Miller treasurer. Front (left to right) are Rev. Simon Zaretzkv
second vice president; Dr. M. J. Vrfra. president; Rabbi Rac-
kovsky. Beth Tfilah spiritual leader; andPRrev. Joseph KranU.
m h^ FeSldent- ^taltation took place Saturday at Beth
Chanuka Fete
At Monticello
Students of the Monticello Park
Jewish Center have turned into
artists, sculptors, essayists and
song writers for the school's an
nual Chanuka art and essay con-
test.
Theme of the contest, for which
the school's PTA awards the prizes
is 'The Festival of Lights." and
the traditional menorah is being
made in media such as cisjl styro-
fone. wood and construction paper.
Other students have written essays
on the background and history of
Chanuka.
The school is also sponsoring a
home decoration contest, and a
committee will visit all participat-
ing homes just before Chanuka be-
gins on Friday evening. Dec. 25.
Highlighting the final week of
school before Chanuka will be an-
other "Gal Gal Gadol" quiz pro-
gram in which students of the He-
brew school will participate.
Young Israel Will
Dedicate Synagog
The old pioneer spirit Jirought
tion of a new edifice for the fir-t
and only synagogue and Youth
Center under Orthodox auspices in
the area.
A unique idea in rund raisin"
was the donation of labor and ma"
tartsJi by the members of Youn
Israel of Greater Miami toward
the complete remodeling and con
struction of its recently acquirer!
property. Carpentry, masonry
electrical work, and painting, of
the new sanctuary were all com
pleted by the members themselves
Saturday will witness the con
secratien of the new sanctuary
nd first service in Yoony Is-
rael's quarters it IN Nl 171 t
s. Rabbi Sh.rwin Stauber, lead-
er of the cengreqatien. will
preach en "Labor of Leve."
Saturday will also see the open
ing meeting of the Young Israel
Teen Club, for boys and girls ages
13 to 1.
On Saturday afternoon, at 5 p.m .
Rabbi Stauber will begin a series
of weekly lectures on the "Bible
in Light of Recent Archaeological
Discoveries."
Pupih Dim on Program
Pupils of the Hebrew school of
1 Temple Tifereth Jacob will dram
atize the Chanuka Festival at a
Sisterhood meeting Wednesday at
, 7:45 p.m. Israeli end liturgical
singing will conclude the program
which is under the direction of
Rabbi Leo Heim end Moshe Gn-
ver.
Friday,;
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On TV Sunday
"Oil for but One Day." an orig
mal teleplay by Marc Siegel. wiU
be presented by the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary of America on
NBC's -Eternal Light" program
Sunday, 9:30 a.m.. over WCKT-TV
ch. 7.
Starring Tbeoaore Bikel. "Oil
for but One Day" is a program of
drama and songs celebrating Cha-
nuka the Festival of Lights, which
this year begins at sundown on
Dec. 25.
Rabbi Arthur A Chiel. of the
Seminary, is program editor for
"Eternal Light Doris Ann pro
duces the program for NBC. and
Milton E. Krents is the Seminary
producer. Martin Hoade directs
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18. 1959
vices This Weekend
-Jmlst) iicrMHan
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TH YE8HURUN. 1700
Rabbi Jonah Caplan.
0. s-niiMji: "How and
Saturday 9 a.m.
B) Portion.
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kEL. 7M1 Carlyle ivi.
pbbi laaae Evr
Saturday 8:10 a.m.
struggle Against
(oral Attacka." Ktd-
Jackson.

2033 SW 1th ave
Maxwell Silberman,
Saturday 9 a.m.
leader: Rabbi J.
ii--n "Are We Build-
Fences Around the
2436 SW 3rd ave. Con.
Ibbi Yaakov Rmtnbing.
>m W Lioion
Sermon: "Your Re-
ritimately Only Your
Saturday 9 a.m. Bar
son of Dr. and
llpern.
*"
SW 17th ave. Orthodox.
Saturday 8:30 a.m.
['KtiTnal Conflict."
12250 NW 2nd ave.
Rabbi David w. Her.
iyman Fein
Sermon: "The Story
iturday 9 a.m. Sermon:
nan Attire."
P-
L. 4000 Prairie ave. Or-
Ii H. Louia Rottman.
-
301-311 Washington
bx. Rabbi Tibor Stern,
tlce Mamches.
Bn Saturday 8:30 a.m
bb aad BeauBrothers
kEL. 139 NW 3rd ave.
c
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! a new edition of all his
[appeared, in the excel-
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(the author's son-in-
es of Sholem Aleichem
nportant for the youth
orn and grew up in this
one knew how to por-
nall Jewish village in
^rope in such a living
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Jerstand life in the
raw close to the people
a thanks to Sholem
Where the serious ato-
py writers did not sue-
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by Brit Ivrit Olamit)
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CANDUUGHTING Tim
17 Kisley 5:15 pjn.
SBRn L W.AY JEWISH CENTER
urday 9 a.m. at Kverg a". Henien"
*S2!'it1M|MT "ENTER. 18160 NW
Mi't'ivMh^VLf?"1- !JaIur'1y 9 a.m. Rar
r.nwarjt Hill Scott, son of .Mr. and
Mra. Henry Tralnor.
sL.., r?rv?,,v- "bbl Bernard
Shoter Cantor e>M Bernst-ln.
ifl' 5:l anrt 8:1", p.m. Sermon:
jhl\i BKk .of ,"r R*"irtn." Ones
sfr ,M":JV!;. an" "* Harvey
? "J .M'j "'"' MlM Ahiaham fa I-
airveTsuftn. ** Br *>
FT. LAUDEROALE EMANU-EL. 1801
E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi
Manus Ranson. Cantor Sherwin
Levins.

HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th st. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross.
HIALEAH REFORM^JEWISH CON-
GREGATION. 1150 W. 68th st.. Palm
ave.
Friday 8:10 p.m. Sermon: "Momontn
Saturday l" a.m, Bar
Mltzvali: Bruce Niinnlmt.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 2030
Polk st. Conservative. Rabbi David
Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 24th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
MalavsWv. Cantnr t.ouia Cohn.
Friday 5:1.' and 8:15 p.m. Sermon:
Looklnc Back." ("net- a Mr. and Mra. Michael Mabel in honor
of their anniversary.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfleld.
C.intor Abraham Seif
Friday j and 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "Ran-
ner of Israel." Saturday S:30 a.m.
Sermon: "Our Greatest ainemy."
MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1101 SW 12th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Herschell Saville. Cantor Joseph
".la-man. 1
Friday S:1S p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Ser-
mon: "The Real Victor." Bar Mitx-
vah: Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. l'bllip
Bloom.
---------
MONTICELLO PARK.- 164th St. and
NE 11th ave. CoMerVative. Rabbi
Max Lipshitz. Cantor Ben-Zion
Klrschenbaum.
Friday 5:15 and 8 p.m. Children ob-
serving their birthilH.vs during De-
cember will be blessed. Saturday 8:45
a.m. Bar Mltzvali: Stuart, son of Mr.
and Mrs. William Levlne: Joel, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Greenhlll.
NORTH DADE CENTER. 13630 W.
Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi
Henry Okolica.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermnn: "The Tree
and the Menorah." Saturday 9 a.m.
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NORTH SHORE CENTER. 620 75th it
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
nwitr. Cantor ErfH""ri K'*in.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Rar
Mltzvali Leonard, so* of Mr. and
Mra. Harvev Michaelson: Alan, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Welner. feer-
mon: "Weekly Portion."
SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein. A
Friday 8 p.m. Sermon: "Self-Rededl-
catlon."
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
dr., 8. Miami. Reform Raobl Herbert
Baumpard. Cantor C.hrles K"""*r
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: g
Concepta of GodHerman Wotik.
Martin Buber, Morder.il Kaplan, and
Leo Baeck." Saturday 10 a^m. Har
Mltsvah: Richard, son of Dr. and
Mra. Bernard Abel.
TEMPLE BETH EL. 1645 Polk ;
HoMywood. Reform. Rabbi Samuel
Jaffa.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM ^Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe ^Conservative
Rabbi Samuel Lerer. Cantor Ernest
FTWay's^.m. Chanuka Pr^am con-
2Um,e<,Bab/ XRVvSahDftMth.;.'', ''^ o?
Sir'and Mrs. Samuel Schechtman.
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TEMPLE BETH 8HOLOM. 4144 CtMM
aveIT Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish
Cantor Oavlo Convlser. oniritual
Sheldon g#S-r*TStor Ben Gross-
Frwly' :ir- P.m. Oues'l spiritual I....I-
er: RaW.i Harry Lawrence. 8erm<
"Brother Asalnst Brotner.
TEMPLE EMA^%Tl701 W..hinSfl
Dinner arrangements committee maps Dec. 27
Yeshiva University event at the Fontainebleau
hotel, marking the university's 73rd academic
year. Left to right are Jack S. Popick, Joseph
Cohen, guest of honor Charles Fruchtman, and
R. Williams Apte and Jack A. Cantor, general
chairmen. Honorary chairmen (not shown)
are Abe Aronovitz, Charles Charcowsky,
Metro Commissioner Alex Gordon, Mrs. Jen-
nie Grossinger, Abraham Mailman, Dr. Kurt
Peiser, Joseph M. Rose, William D. Singer and
Harry Sirkin.
Sen. Douglas to be Guest Speaker
When Yeshiva Holds Annual Dinner Here
U. S. Sen. Paul H. Douglas (D.-
111.), a farm boy who became
economist, teacher, author consul-
tant on labor problems, alderman,
and was twice-wounded as a com-
bat Marine, will be guest speaker
on Dec. 27 at the Yeshiva Univer-
sity dinner at the Fountainebleau
hotel. President of the university,
Dr. Samuel Belkin will also speak,
and radio commentator Gabriel
Heatter will be toastmaster.
Charles Fruchtman, noted in-
dustrialist philanthropist, will be
guest of honor at the event mark-
ing Yeshiva University's 73rd aca-
demic year.
Orr to Speak
At Beth Sholom
John B. Orr, jr., former member
of the Florida House of Represen-
tatives, will be speaker at a regu-
lar monthly brunch of the Brother-
hood of Temple Beth Sholom on
Sunday, Dec. 27, at 10:30 a.m.
David Drucker, program chair-
man, said Orr will speak on "How
Far Religion?"
Jack Wagner is president of the
Brotherhood, which supports the
youth program and promotes the
social activities of the Temple.
Rabbi Leon Kronish is the spiritu-
al leader of the congregation.
Tifereth Jacob
Maps Courses
Temple Tifereth Jacob, under the
spiritual leadership of Rabbi Leo
Heim, has announced a series of
adult education courses at the
Temple.
Already in session is a class in
"Elementary Hebrew," which
meets Sunday, 10:30 a.m., with
Rabbi Heim instructing.
Also planned are courses in "Cus-
toms and Ceremonies," "Judaism
in the Home," "Intermediate He-
brew." "and a "Modern Approach
to the Bible." _____
During hit nine years in tha
Senate, Douglas hat been active
a* a member of the Banking and
Currency Committee in the fight
for slum clearance and low-rent
public housing, the Labor and
Public Welfare Committee, and
since 1A56, of the powerful Sen-
ate Finance Committee, which
has jurisdiction over tax mat-
ters, trade agreements, and so-
cial security.
He has also been a member and
chairman of the Joint Economic
Committee, and his 1951 "Report
on Money, Credit, and Fiscal Poli-
cies" received wide attention in
financial and economic circles,
and is generally acknowledged to
have influenced national monetary
policy significantly.
Among bis important committee
services has been the "Report on
Ethical Practices in Government,"
in whicn were outlined the stand-
ards of conduct which he and his
committee thought necessary for
both executive employees and
members of Congress.
Sen. Douglas was an outspoken
antagonist of the McCarran Immi-
gration Act. In the 1967 session of
the Senate, he offered amendments
to bills to cut waste and extrava-
gance amounting to more than $1
billion. He was- leader on Demo-
cratic side in the drive to curb fili-
busters,- and for a strong civil
rights bill. He is -a consistent sup-
porter of a strong national defense,
and was in the Senate only one
year, when Time Magazine rated
him as one of the "10 best Sena-
tors." He was later picked as the
No. 1 Senator by Pageant Maga-
zine.
SEN. PAUL DOUGLAS
m
Rabbi Saville Is Speaker
Rabbi Herschell Saville, of Mi-
ami Hebrew Congregation, was
guest speaker at a luncheon meet-
ing of the Miami Beach Zionist
District on Wednesday at the Rrtz
Plaza hotel. Dr. Abraham Wolfson
offered a current events report.
Jacob F. Fishman led the commu-
?oMnP.LvY 'SSSSWfc-.-Sjg, -in,
a.m. Sermon. "" '. .nd
llitsvah: Alexander, son of Mi.
Mrs Maurice Uchtman: Warren, son
of Mr and Mrs_Herbert SchwarU.
TEMPLE ISRAEL. W NE 19th st
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. N.rot
Cantor Jacob Bornsteln. __
Friday 8:12 p.m, *"n<>n: How Bad
is Assimilation for Judaism?
TEMPLE JUDEA* S ____
Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skop. Canto-
Herman Gottlieb. ..*-%.. mi.
Frldiiv 8:1". p.m. Sermon: '"
norl v Hecomes Majority." Cah !tl.-s'lnK- Bra l^wrence Blu.k Mrs.
H, wanl LarW. Saturday Mlnyon-
ilr" service 9 a.m. Regular service
10:J0 a.m. ___
TEMPLE NER TAMia 80th St. am
Tatum Waterway. Modern Trad.
1.? Rabbi Eugene Labovlti. Can-
tor Samuel Qomberg.
PYtday : i>"> Bfcrmoo: "iNych atry
Ju\ K,.|iKi...is l-ia.tlces-Third In I
Series. Saturday S:4o a.m.
TEMPLE SINaT'noTmIAMI. 1210C
NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Bennr
Frhla "'<''"% Sermon: "Old and
5?w*uoo OMMfts." _^W U an..
Bar pfUavab: Herald, son of Mr. and
Mrs fliarles Ballan.___
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
T Flamingo Way. Conservative. R.bb'
Ones: Shabbat hoats: Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Becker. Saturday 9 a.m.
TEMPLE ZION. 9720 8W 17th st.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Clantor J-ooh Ool'"-'*
I-Yidav K:1S p.m. Sermon: "Jacob Be-
comes Israel." One* Shabbat hosts:
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harris and Mr
and Mrs. B. Schwarts. In honor ni
Mrs. Anne Field, president of Sister-
hood. Saturday 9 a.m. Bar Mlixvah:
Bruce, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Pell: Paul, eon of Mr. and Mrs. A.
Kamin.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. SSOO N. Mlam>
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Harry L.
Lawrence. Cantor Albert Qlantx.
Friday 8:30 n m Sermon: "'>n l>irec-
tlons'and Coals." One* Shabbat hosts:
Mr. and Mrs. Ruby Kutiin. In honor
of the forthcoming- marriage of their
daughter, Marilyn, to Robert Slff.
Saturday t a.m.
TORAH TEMPLE. 1254 West ave
Traditional. Rabbi Abraham Cassel
YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 17rst St.
Orthodox. Rsbbi Sherwin Stauber.
Friday II i> m. Sat-irrtav 9 a.m. Ser-
mon: "Labor of Love."
ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44 Za
mora ave. Conservative. Rfhhi B.
Leen Horwlti. Cantor Mever Qisser.
Friday 8:1 p.m. Sermon: "A &>">*
leretaad." Saturday 8:30 a.m.
Sermon: "The Status of the Jew.
Chanuka Fete
At Beth David
Beth David religious school will
celebrate Chanuka. There will be
a general assembly Sunday in the
main synagogue.
One of the first grades, under
the direction of Mrs. David Parnes,
will present a Chanuka playlet.
One of the second grades, under
the direction of Mrs. John Lund-
blad, will offer a dramatic read-
ing.
The Hebrew Department will
present a play. "A Great Miracle
Happened There," a comedy skit
directed by Cantor William W. Lip-
i son.
Chanuka Gelt and refreshments
I will be distributed to children
through the courtesy of the Sister-
hood.
Sunday afternoon, a series of
Chanuka-parties-in-the-home will
be held. Various grades of the re-
ligious school will be invited to
private homes, at which a staff
member will conduct the program.
Opening their homes are Mr. and
Mrs. Herbert Baiter, Mr. and Mrs.
Theodore Berman, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Cohen, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Cypen, Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Forer,
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Garron, Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Greenbauh, Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz, Mr.
and Mrs. Theodore Rubel. Mr. and
Mrs. Sidney Sanders, Mr. and Mrs.
James Secunda, Mr. and Mrs. Je-
rome Stern, Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Weiner.
Parties have been arranged by
Mrs. Sidney Sanders and Mrs. Ed-
ward Goldberg.
On Wednesday morning, Beth
David nursery and kindergarten
will celebrate Chanuka with a spe-
cial program under the direction
of Mrs. Hersch Berman, Mrs. Sid-
ney Richman, and Mrs. Lester
Saal.
Sussman Named to Board
William Sussman was elected to
the board of governors of the
Southern Section, National Jewish
Welfare Board, at a meeting of
the Section in Houston. Tex., re-
cently. Sussman is president of the
Beach Branch of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish community Center.
...
'I
4


Pag 14-A
+-k>lstrh+kfc*n
Browsing With Books: By HI1ARY MINDitN
For All its Brevity, a Workmanlike Economic Sun*
THE AMERICAN BRIDGE TO THE ISRAEL COMMON-
WEALTH. By B. A. RoMnbUtt. 12a pp. N.w York:
Farrar, Straws and Cudahy. $3.00
JUDGE BERNARD ROSENBLATT, longtime Zionist and
** former president of the Jewish National Fund of
America and the Keren Hayesod, has been actively in-
volved with Palestinian development since 1H. Since
the establishment of the Jewish State, he has been a
director of the Israel Land Development Company and
cial Zionism" and "Federatad Palestine and the Jewish
Commonwealth."
This book is economic, not sociological or philosophi-
cal; the title is a bit misleading, perhaps. Nor is it a fluffy
mass of idealism; for all its brevity, the book presents
combination of competition with ooe
vidual liberty." Ju*Uc* basti,
Judge Rosenblatt spells
of his plan; they in'efudra^Lm"/ "^l
Judge Rosenblatt's proposals in thorough, workmanlike a land reform in which the n ^ publi
procession. Israel has already pioneered in setting up the Fund would be extended in k*" ',he'
Kvutzah (and Moahav) system of farm-labor cooperative*, present agricultural holdino. ? Unds
a voluntary socialism which the author terms a "social districting the country and ele r "**
borrows from th -.;.._ ing ,0 "V
|i* ...... ..<=...-. .mm, k--------- ""~- -r---- r uuu WUU1Q De extended to tirh
Kvutzah (and Moahav) system of farm-labor cooperative!, present agricultural nolduw. S
a voluntary socialism which the author terms a "social districting the country and pi "
commonwealth." Some of the dangers inherent in a fully borrows from the AmerirL i to *
socialist society, which he points out. can be obliterated auggests that America utiH,?",fc '" **'
hv the infusion of nrivate initiative, so that, in a unique tt>m "f Hr.i .v. ... u* <*
Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
other enterprises; be is now chairman of the Federation socialist awiaj>, mara m pwuw v. -a..... maaii tni t "*=
for the JNF; he is the author of two previous books, "So- by the infusion of private initiative, so that, in a unique tern "to drain off the unemnin Of- tO0fmt^i
_________ ________ ______ ^^_________ "** pre-ence wito.bohK1
These are. I think, the main paint, ,
side issues are of import to the *k '
The Utle. as has been iaid i. ?, ^! I
clear exactly wh.t^.e fferic.^jj* !
mentioned are not exclusively AmeriS, I
poae we are their leading proponent. tiS
nonuc system, as It is develop^ can'beS'
ample to the poorer countries of the uL
toelmg the tug of Communism, u a Sf ?'
Whether this in itself could f0m,T"i
"hrtdge/- b, difficult to say BriJJe Z .
mad* of sterner stuff. To an economist^LS*
ics u stern enough.
Prejudice in the U.S. Embassy at Amman

Washington
THE STATE DEPARTMENT is
' scrutinizing the United States
embassy in Amman. Jordan, be
cause of complaints ranging from
gross incompetence to anti-Jewish
bias.
Two Democratic Senators recent-
ly expressed alarm at the state of
affairs they found in Jordan. They were Senators
Gore, of Tennessee, and McGee. of Wyoming.
The two Senators discovered widespread fraud in
American-supported projects in Jordan's Arab refu
gee camps. They reported that 150,000 ration cards
were fraudulently used. They charged that the refu
gee program operated in Jordan was "immoral, dis-
honest, and unfair."
Secretary- of State Herter quickly referred the
matter to the United Nations. Although United States
taxpayers met most of the bills, the program was
actually under U\ auspices. Congress wanted to know
why the IS Embassy in Amman did not keep a live-
lier eye on corruption involving American funds. Did
the State Department have to wait until two Senators
from Hollywood:
HERBERT G. LUFT
Leo Fifths Turns Serious
r J",Nav ________- Hollywood
A ( en:ilr> K"x Studios. I talked
** with Leo Fuchs. the Yiddish corned
lan. who |a making hi- motion picture
debut in a straight dramatic role as
Sochim. the Hoahtta captain who pur-
Ruth to Judea in Samuel G. En-
Biblical epic. The Story of Ruth "
now before the cameras with"Henry- Ros-
ier directing.
Fuchs tells me. about this bit of off-beat casting that
Owen McLean ariginafl, interviewed h.m for "C.nV.n'
to play the comedy lead of Boris ,n the screen musical
lr.I sHm,;Kfor,un* ,hf P-rt was omitted from the ,nal
M-npt. He then was called back to Fox for a role in Se n
SSS xtt1 ,.hat JOb' ,0- bc"uw lh" director dldn"
think Leo looked ,he part. Next, he was considered for he
same studio s -Hound Dog Man"but the av.um. .
SJW szz ff"n Mcu -5- "2? 3S
Story of Ruth." he remembered Fueh- Instmctiwb the
casting director f.-l, that the comedian would be nghi for
the plum role of the villa.nous Soch.m -How did he know
I .could be so mean" Leo quibbled, -unless he ZmTZ
part of a Jew^haUr. and will try his darndelt make he
heavy" so desp.cable that movie aud.ences the wrll
Zrx,ShK',d PrtV f0f eaHy dM,h in nature ,
he Moab.te who. masquerading as a Judean. appears a!
the trial of Ruth to teatif, auains, her Bui he ,- cau'ht in
his own trap when he cannot answer the questions of the
High Priest about our religion, the different tnbe, and [he
Ten Commandments.
1,..1TB* ae,or now portraying a pagan worshipper in the
Biblical spectacle hails from the G.lic.an towTof Lem-
herg-also Paul Munis place of birth But unlike Muni
Leo Fuchs was a Polish-speaking performer on the sta-e
10 Warsaw before coming to the United States as a vounc
man. He started out in New York at the Second Avenue
Theaterthe old house of Jacob Adler. Hi- ir-i show rej
a musical. "The Lucky Boy." When Maurice Schwartz saw
him in that role, he signed him for "Salvation." a heavy
dramatic role in the Yiddish play by Sholem Asc'h in which
Fuchs had to grow from 16 to 85. He still consider- thi
his most important part today, telling me that both the
late Albert Einstein and "landsman" Paul Muni came to
the Jolson Theater to see him perform.
Since that time, Leo Fuchs has spent 15 years in New
York doing Yiddish and English-language comedies and
musicals in half a dozen Second Avenues. In the revival
of "Girl Crazy," he appeared in the Willie Howard role.
Four years ago, he took over the Los Angeles Civic Play-
house, starting out with "The Comedian." then playing
for a solid S6 weeks a number of tailor-made characters
in musical farces of his own makings.
Tuiee years ago. Leo Fuchs spent seven months trav-
eling through Europe with Yiddish plays.
happened to visit and look around in Jordan? What
was the matter with our Embassy?
Ambassador Sheldon Mills and his staff might
have been too busy making anti-Israel remarks to
visiting American tourists. That is the possibility sug-
gested by a complaint of the Rev. Karl Baehr, execu-
tive director of the American Christian Palestine Com-
mittee.
Rev. Baehr visited the Embassy as leader of a
study group of American civic, political, and religious
leaders. He was shocked to discover that "Ambassa-
dor Mills and his staff were belligerently anti-Israel."
Ambassador Mills, according to Rev. Baehr. men-
tioned the Hitler era and declared that "the Jews
have committed an equally great crime by driving
the Arabs from their homes." It was apparent
throughout the interview "that this anti-Israel atti-
tude in our Jordan Embassy is not casual or mar-
ginal, but rather consistent and central."
The visiting Americans, all non-Jews, found Am-
bassador Mills" voicing "an anti-Zionist bias and the
nostalgic wish that Palestine had not been colonized
by Jews." The ambassador was alone. A member of
his staff brightly interjected that Israel had received
"much too much assistance from the United States."
Rev. Baehr complained to the State Department.
0. Lewis Jones. Assistant Secretary- of State for Near
Eastern Affairs, replied. Mr. Jones said "Ambassador
Mills is a senior and experienced Foreign Service
Officer in whose judgment and ability the Department
has full confidence. In particular, we are confident
that he faithfully represents and carries out estab-
lished U.S. policy with regard to the Arab-Israeli
que-tlon."
But officials of the U.S. International Cooperation
Administration indicated less confidence in Ambassa-
dor Mills. He recommended a tourist promotion study
to aid Jordan. ICA made the study, expending funds
only to have Jordin denounce the ICA because it
dared recommend two-way tourist crossings between
Jordan and Israel.
George Kovach. ICA tourism expert, went to Jor-
dan and prepared 22 comprehensive recommenda-
tions. Most pertained to hotel staff training, motel
construction, and similar matters. Viewing the situa-
tion with logic and without prejudice. Mr. Kovach
concluded that tourists visiting Jordan should be per-
mitted easier access to and from Israel
Jordan flew into a rage, denouncing this move to
facilitate tourist transit as a device to promote recog-
nition of Israel. Hatred of Israel is so intense that
Jordan refuses to this day to accept Israel's existence
as a legal reality.
Another of Mr. Kovach's proposals was attacked
with equal violence. He had urged construction of a
large new Jordanian airport near the Dead Sea Jor-
dan screamed that this was a pro Israeli trick, alleg-
ng that the beat was so intense at the proposed site
taw tourists would shun it and land instead at Israel1*
Lydda Airport.
f.
Ortnun Uowslttor:
ByEUAMi
I
Malta's Achievi
THE PROBLEM of the
infirm, of the crippled i
ically ill is among tat
often crudestproblem i
transition. Under the ski, i_
terns, each society had its out
ments to take care of tfcogi
not capable of providing forU
needs. In olden times, one of the main reantai
many children was the hope that they wold
their aged parents. In many lesrdevtioped s.
this very day, easier t>pcs of work are tutoasl
served for the old and invalid And in mtrei
eties. particularly in Europe before the SecoM
people were eager to seek underpaid Ciril
for the sake of being assured Government
age.
However, when the social patterns are <
age security and care for the handicap
all, is the benefit of visible or invisible i__
the first items to suffer. The crisis attains.
tions when the disruption is caused by sucbi_
heavals as the holocaust of European Jewry i
war, and the mass emigration of Asian and Al-
lah communities to Israel after the esUbluhatu
State.
The DP camps of Europe were hill of til
invalid. The ghetloes of North Africa and tat
quarters of the Middle East were full of aaij
and crippled who could not be left behind sal
were brought to Israel. In the fir>t case, tberer1
who simply did not have any relatives left vnoi
taken care of them; as for the North Africanisil
immigrants, the ccmmunal pattern of whatever>
fare existed among them before emigration hal
rupted, could not well be established again i
Israel society.
The State of Israel, however, had its handiL
to cope with the problems of defense, of absn
hundreds of thousands of immigrants into m*
economy, and found it very' difficult to '**"'''!
tional burden of caring for all the handica**J
was largely taken over by Malbcn whine has *
main sen Ice of the Joint Distribution CommitteeBj
Malben was established ten years ago.
Panorama;
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
The Little Shul and its Impact on Jews T(
|F I WERC to say that the shul. the
little synagegue where you followed
S v31^ ? pr,y11ihat ""* iSSS
usually not too well ventilated, where
the mm and women sat apart and
praved in a language that was D0t Eng
iife"ofa...aAtrc'TH"ndou' h*h ".;
Ule of all Amenca-now Jewish as well
as ^on Jewish, you probably would,,;
oay.\Te"d^nnThehNewTor?T^ ESLZ* "* ^
N. Lewis. author of many ^^^s*^^ "if1
my." "i Kiss Your Hand. M^ame^i Z the soldiers in the first World""'" wee? Jufc^,j"v*
Are a Lone Wav fmm u_ p *ltb "^hm You
Haxan. I don't mean his Haiamsh wis P" (
most Hazainim in those days, he w,s?''^|
next meal would coma from. And Al JW"
also a Hazan. _.
These Hazans' tons who followed *"*.Mi
their prayer books to the shul ^mJtl"^5
Haxanim, although they didn t call themsei^
became Haxanim for all America. _,,
It may well be that Berlin wOT,dJ*">,
gogue singing of his father had T"",g
"God Bless America" or other songs, i
Berlin doesn't davn three times a dayw ,
did. but still, every psycholo^-t 1"?^
influences are the most important ana -
boy was in the synagogue. pjj
The saying has it: "I care not wJb **
a country, if I can make its songs -
that its greater to be a Hazan than a
of the East de, there came not ""g^
men. but an unusually Urge P*r<*",L
popular song writers. Not all G*rV7*mt
sons of Hazans but the influence of taw -
in childhood was m them.


cember 18, 1959
IGAL NOTICE
-Jewisl) Fir rid for
JTICE UNDER
NOUS NAME LAW
_ HKKKI'.V lilVKN that
Bed. dr.-IHnic to engage III
natnea of
enterprises, i.iv.
I""., LUCKY a.misi:.
i i.r,"KT,"r'it;^ii|.:-,Hi
I)., at 416 B.W. Slh An-
i aid namei
rk of ii"- circuit Court of
_ llorldu.
! s SKOLNICK
12/11-18-25, 1/1
JTICE UNDER
riOUS NAME LAW
HEREBY GIVEN that
(I. desiring to engage In
i- tiir flotlUoui name of
U AND UP 8TOR1
lw. :iiii Avi nue, Miami,
nils to register said name
. of the Circuit Court o'
rlda.
JUHTSHIN, Bole Owner
Ihitner
Kola owner
llullding
oriila
12/11-18-25, 1/1
lOTICE UNDER
Itious name law
HEREBY OIVEN that
il. desiring to i ngnfrc in
tit. the fictitious name of
\\ X BAR at 7:i":. Illnl
ill. Fla.. Intends to reg-
iin,. with the Cli'i-k at tlio
It if Made County. Florida.
JACK A. B1LJAC
Sole Owner
[& GAUS
for A|i|>llcant
1st St.
12/11-18-25,1/1
OTICC UNDER
ITIOUS NAME LAW
|1S HEREBY GIVEN that
pil, il. desiring.to inn
pt'i r the fll'tltloviH naln,- o[
PRECISION ENORAV-
de County. I'Ih.. Intends
antd name with the Clerk
jit Court of Made County,
IEN, INC.. a Fla. Corp.
Sole Owner
IFRONBON
Dr Applicant
Truat Bldg.
12/11-lS-^-. 1 1
ICE TO CREDITORS
JOUNTV JUDGES' COURT
FOR DADE COUNTY,
IDA IN PROBATE,
No. 47765-A
B i ATE '!'
|i i:i:ni; i,oretta
I.M, D
mi \n Parsons iiav-
or Demands Afcalnst Bald
i-.il h of you, are hereby
id required to present any
demands which you. or
in, may have against the
IL'ERITB LORETTA
ised late of I lads
In the Honorable
< 'ounty, and
in thi ir nfflcea la the
['Mhouse In Maile County,
'thin eight calendar months
late of the first publication
fald claims or demands to
Idles* of the clalm-
he sworn to and presented
Id, or same will be barred,
icemher I. A.M. I
i. RUSK IN, Admlntatrator
;li. Estate ol MAROLERITE
ARNOLD, Deceased.
RUSKIN
[for Administrator, C.T.A.
12/11-18-25. 1/1
:iRCUIT COURT OF THE
TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
>A. IN AND FOR DADE
HTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 59C1H73
WILLIAMS,
Iff,
(E CA8TBLL PEAR a/k/a
RTELL Kl'SSELI,
It: RUSSELL, husband of
pastel! Mear a/k/a Beatrice
And If any ,| tlo
i I Mefendanta be dead, the
grantees, creditors,
claiming Intereal by,
mi lei or aguin>t the above
the unknown
ny of the above named De-
Bovi n or un-
lacing or dsnnlng to have
title or Interest In and to
'in described property sit-
ins, .ii M Ida ''" in':-
i-wlt:
.f I'.rwiu: park,
i li n, ; to the i' il
ii c i .led In Plat Rook SO,
i !m piii.Hc Records of
Jniv. Florida,
lilants.
:e by publication
ITKICE iMsTKI.I. DEAR
BEATRICE CASTELL RUS-
aml JESSE ItrSSEU
of Beatrice Castell Dear
Beatrice Castell Russell.
|lf any of the above named
Snta be dead, the heirs,
en, grantees, creditors, and
Jrtles claiming Interest by,
Kb, under or against the
named Defendants: the un-
Bpouse of any of the above
Defendant! and all par-
nwn or unknown, having or
R to have any right, title
greet In and to the following
bed property situate, l>lng
king In Made Countv, Florida,
Lot 8. Block 2. of BUN-
I'AUK, a subdivision, accord-
t> the Plat thereof recorded
t Booh r.n, Pace 20 of the
Records of Dado County,
iND EACH OP TOU. are
Dtifled' that a complaint for
Ion of forged deed haa been
a, and you are re-
I serve a copy of your answer
lings to the complaint for
on ,,f for-ed deed on olaln-
' \ N I, I.EVEN
Blscayna Mull,ling, Miami
I file the original on-
pleiullng In the office of the
the above styled Court on
'he nth day of January,
''you fa|i lo ,] BO judg-
l be taken against you for
demanded In the complaint
' ai Miami, Florida? this Srd
\ D., 1959.
! LEATHER MAN.
* ourt. ntv. Florida
By: K M. l.YMAN.
Deputy Clerk.
12/11-18-25. 1/1
pmsm
Page 15-A
BY HENRY LEONARD
.-> :''
"Rabbi, since I prefer English, please use no
Hebrew in the ceremony; since I'm not religious,
no theology; and since I'm In a hurry. .. please
omit the Sermon."

LEGAL NOTICt
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to ens,
ess iiinlitr the fictitious name of
EMERALJJ APARTMENTS at 6741)
- Miami Bi mli Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Made County,
Flo: Ida.
BESSIE B. KAPLAN. Owner
ll \i:i:y /.' KKRNICK
Attoi ney for Own* r
..iic..in ]:,i.. Miami B> ach
11-18-15
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 59C11366
i:siTI.I.E NAMER,
Plaintiff.
VICTOR NAMER.
Defi lant,
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: DR. VICTOR NAMER
item \ ii ii ispltal
27th Btreet and 1st Avenue
New York l(, N V
You VICTOR NAMER are hereby
notified that a Hill of Complaint for
Divorce haa been fni t you,
and you are required to serve
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's
Attorneys. OOLDHXN A >:> >i >-
STEIN, 2303 W. Flagler Btreet, Mi-
ami. Fla.. and file the original An-
swer or Pleading In the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be-
i.I. the Oth day of January, 1W<>-
if you fall to do so. Judgment by de-
fault will be taken attains) you for
the relief demanded in the Bill of
Complaint. _
This notice shall be published once
each w.ek for four cm weeks
in THE JEWISH FIXIRIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 30th day of November,
.II!' I.KVTIIKKMAV. i".'
Circuit Court, ,v G"
(seal) By: JOAN SNEEDEN.
iuty Clerk.
11 1-11-18-25
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 48085C
IN RHJ: Fst.it, of
l.ll.I.IAN K- LEWIS,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor! and All ivr-ns iia\-
ing Claims or Demands Against bald
are hereby notified and re-
otilreil to present any claims and de-
SSnds ShTch you may have j
the eaute of ULUAN '^-.'-'-...V,
ted late of Mad. County, i -
Ida to the County Judges of Male
County and fib- the same in their
offices In tho County Courthouse in
Vis C.untv Florida, within eight
da? mo'n h. from the date of ,he
first publication hereof, or the aims
will be barred. M ,___.,- ,Q-
"^the'-'esti't'e of'Lillian K. Lewis.
deceased. ___.._.,,.,
HERBERT E. KAIFMAN
Attorney for EwcutOT
1629 duPont Building
Miami S2. Florida
Position Explained
Continued from Page 1-A
Committee, might presage some
renewed pressure to give Arab ref-
ugees the option of returning to
their homes if they so desired.
As part of an overall Israel-Arab
settlement some refugees "might
be allowed in under a plan for
reunion of families but this is all,"
she said. She added that Israel was
ready "to pay compensation."
Stressing that those who were
children among the refugees 11
years ago had in the intervening
years been indoctrinated in their
schools through specially-prepared
textbooks to hate Israel and to
aim at its destruction, she said
that if Israel accepted these now
grown people. Israel "would be
committing suicide."
11/27. 12/4-U-18
'^^TND^F^R^ni^COUNrY"
'N FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 48110-B
IV RE: Estate of__.
*V i;KI.I.i: O'BRIEN
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ceased late of J*"* "' f i>ade Coun-
, the County Judge* ,';,',. 0,fiCjs
I-'' K Si"
Ci.iiniy, Florida, lh (lf flrst
SSiC ; "L......w"1
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Miami 12, Florida u/4-11-18-25
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WORTH
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
, FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underslKiied, desii ia* to
bualneaa under the flotltlou* names
"'A-A-s PRINTER8; TRIPLE A
ffeMSA'SBWWn
i.u cierk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
ALBERT APPELBAUM
1-18-25
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 59C11587
vikcii. \v. V7ELDON, Plaintiff,
\ a,
ZI-.'I.MA I.. WELPON, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO XKi.MA L. WELDON,
ISM Marshall Btri
Ablle'l. I',
You zki.ma I.. WELDON, laH
Marshall Si net, Abilene, Texas, are
ii'iei'i notified that a BUI ol i
paint- tor Divorce 1ms been filed
against you. and you are required to
serve n eopy of your AnaWi
Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorney, KM'.l.A \ I >-
Kit \- TE.VPRICII. :;ii l.ii.
Miami Beach, Florida and file the
oriitlnnl Answer or I'leadlnR In the
Office Of tie Clerk of the I
Court on or before the 11th d.i-. of
January, i960, if you fall to do so,
Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief den
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH II ORIB-1AN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 7th day uf Deci
A.D. I
i: B LEA THERM AN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, \, Florida
(seal) By: K M. I.YM w
Deputy Clerk
BNGLANDER K- TENDRICH
311 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
JE 1-1441
Attorneys for Plaintiff
_____ 12/11-18-2S, 1/1
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IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 44807-B
ix RE: Estate of
l"Si:i'A TAl'.S.SH!
NOTICE'OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUT.ON
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE Ii lerii given that l have
my Final Report and Petition
for Distribution and Final Din
cutrlx of the
TAUSS1Q, deceased: and that on the
ith day of January, i960, iii apply
to the Honorable County Judffi
Dade County. Fioiida. f ir approval of
snid l-'inal Report and for '
and final d n BSxecutris ol
the estate of tie- above-named dece-
dent 'rids nib day of December, 1959.
GERTRUDE REIS8, Bxeci trix
of the Estate of Josefa Tau
1 nceased.
Kl'liT WEI.I.ISCH
Attorney for Executrix
1414 Consresa Building
Miami, Florida
IZ/U.-18-M, i i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY QrVBN that
the undei'signed, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
I'.AK.VKI.I. ACTS. nr I21-S83 84th
Street, Miami I'.each. Bla., intends to
i said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
SAMUEL N". SA.MKT. Sole Owner
MYERS, IIKIMAN A KAPLAN
Attorneys for Applicant
1150 B.W. 1st Wlleet
12/11-18-J6, 1/1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice is hi:ki:i:v t;IVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t
I is under the fietit i >':s n.i I
PRIDE INTERIORS CUSTOM DK-
r iR I J:. i IB XT' 'I'.'S \'. i IRK RO I.M
:u 1888 N.w. Mth Street, Miami, Flor-
ida. Intends to ii.l none.
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
ml II rldn.
ROME a. LEVIN,
Sol,, (iwner
GOLDMAN A GOLDSTEIN
Attorney! for Registi-anl
Miami, Florida
12M1-1S-25. 1/1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underslKiied. desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
I'AHTS SlTl'I.IERS INTERNA-
TIONAL at UM S \V. fil Avenue, Mi-
ami. Florida Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
DWAYNE V. COX &
LUCIA E. COX
Sole Owners
11/27, 12/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW.
NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ALAN APARTMENTS at 6905 Ba>
Pilvc, Miami Beach, Florida intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida. H,MBN FENSTER
REBECCA FENSTER
KOVNER & MANNHE1MER
Attorneys for Hlmen Fenster
and Rebecca Fenster ^ 12/4.u.lg
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 59C11147
IN THE MATTER OF:
MARIE I.. CLARK,
Petltl
NOTICE TO APPEAR
TO: ALBERT M. CLARK,
I: nknown.
You are hereby notified .that the
undersigned MARIE L. CLARK will
on the Mth flay of December at tho
hour of 9:uu A.M. or as soon there-
after as counsel can be naard, apply
to one of the Judges of the above
styled court for a license to manage,
take charge of and control her prop-
arty, and to become a free dealer in
every respect.
MARIE L. CLARK.
Petitioner
GEORGE N MacDONBLL
Attorney for Petitioner
504 Blscayne liuiuiing
-Miami St Florida
_________________________ 12/11-18
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 59C1I251
GEORiiE FURMAN,
1'lalntlff,
MARY V-KM AN,
1 lefenilant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: MARY FURMAN
50 Division Avenue
Brooklyn, New xork
You MARY FURMAN are hereby
notified that a IllII of Complaint for
. his been filed against you,
and you are required to serve a copy
of \our Ans'A,r or Pleading to the
Rill of Complaint on tlie plaintiff's
Attorney, RAYMAN & l-cili I
Alnsley Bldg., Miami 3:'. l I
file the original Answer or Pleading
In the office of the Clerk of tin
cult Court on or before the 84th day
Ol I iii!" r, Ll '.'. If >"U fail to ik>
so, judgement by default will be taken
against yon for the relief demanded In
the mil of Complaint.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH Fl.l lltl I >1AN
I "i.\K \\"I' ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 24th day of November,
A.D. 1'."'
E- B. LEATHERM.VN. Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(seal) By: K. M. l.YMAN
deputy Clerk.
K \> MAN & DUHIG
101 Alnsley Bldg:
Miami 32, Florida
Attorneys 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 siid name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
CORRECTIVE FOOTWEAR, INC.
Charles B. Harris, President
MARVIN I. WIENER __
1111 Aii Miami 32, Fla.
Attorney for Corrective
Footwear, inc. u/iim.u.U
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the ii ml, signi d, 'ie- Ins I
l.uslnei is name "f
rOUNG'S APARTME.N I'S a
on am.. Miami Beach h
to register said name w 'li tie
Circuit Court of Hade County.
Florida. _
YOUNG RE MTV '
(a New York Corp.)
Sole Owner
I BI N Kl'STKIN
Attorney for Applicant
420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach
12/4-11-1S--.1
IN CIRCUIT COURT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY No. 59C11639
KAY L. HENSRUD
vs.
DALE C. HENSRUD
NOTICE: TO DALE C. HENSRLD.
Lake Trailer Court
Davis Ijtke, North Dakota
You are ordered to file your answer
to above styled bill of complaint with
Clerk of said court and furnish to
Geo. W. Wood, atty. for plaintiff.
5500 S.W. 74th St.. Miami, Fla., copy
of same, on or before Jan'y 11. 1960
or bill will be taken as confessed.
Dated Dec. 9, 1959.
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk
(seal) By: K. M. LYMAN, D.C.
12/11-18-25.1/1
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INDUSTRIE
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Becker raise flag at ceremonies honor-
ing their late son. Jack J. Becker, who died while performing
his duties as an employee of Sea View Industries. Inc. Rabbi
Leo Heim. spiritual leader of Temple Tifereth Jacob, accepted
a 51,000 check from the company for equipping two class-
rooms in memory of the deceased. Mr. and Mrs. Becker were
both active in Temple Tifereth Jacob from its earliest days,
having served as presidents of the congregation and Sister-
hood, respectively.
JNF Schedules Chanuka Fete
Rabbi Mayer Abramouitz. pres-
ident of the Je ish National Coun-
cil of Greater Miami, said this
VMl that the next meeting of the
Council will be dedicated to a pre-
Chanuka celebration. The meeting
will be held Wednesday. 8 p.m..
mm and $oi !
in the Rosewood room of the Fon-
tainebleau hotel.
Short business meeting will offer
a report of the recent Jewish Na-
tional Fund annual dinner. Mrs.
Jack Davis will discuss plans for
the annual Tag Day drive sched-
uled for the erening of Dec. M
and all d*y Dec. 27.
Program, under the direction of
Jacob C. Fishman has been ar-
ranged. Helen and Sol Fisher, no-
ted folk dancers, will present a
varied program in costume. Musi-
cal selections appropriate for
Chanuka will be offered by artist
Rose Rosamond.
New Bus Route Begins
Bus service across the new Julia
Tuttle Causeway, linking down
town Miami with Miami Beach
north of 41st st. began after open-
hsf ceremonies at noon Saturdav.
Officials of the Miami Beach Rail-
way Co. said their new Route T
will cut 15 minutes riding time
each way for bus passengers who
have been crossing on the Venetian
Causeway to go to points north of
41st st. The fare will be the same-
15 cents.
Free Loan Group
Installs Officers,
Tells New Plans
Joe Zaito was installed for a third
term as president of the Greater
Miami Hebrew Free Loan Assn. at
a meeting last week at Beth El
Congregation. The meeting also
marked the tenth anniversary of
the organization.
Others named to office were Si-
mon Sciden. first vice president:
Hyman Kam, second vice presi-
dent: Sol Weger. treasurer; Mn.
Isadore Fendel, financial secre-
'tary: Mrs. Lillian Goldberg, assist-
ant treasurer: Mrs. Max Kunst. re-
cording secretary; and Mrs Jean
Rothenberg. correspondent secre-
tary.
In accepting fhe Hrd term,
Zalis told the gathering that he
intends shortly asking the beard
of director* to increase the $30*
ceiling loan to $500. H also an-
nounced plans for a Hebrew Free
Loan Assn. building.
The association was organized in
January. 1959. with a capital of $27.
In revohrtnfl tund today is some
50 times larger. Membership has
increased from 30 to 300. with 25
| life members on the organization's
roster. Maximum loan at the time
of its inception was $25.
The Greater Miami Hebrew Free
Loan Assn. is a non-prof.t group
which lends small sums of money
interest free to persons in need.
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'Con-Can' Luncheon
Angel chapter of Hope School
for Retarded Children met Wed
nesday noon at the Seville hotel
Featured was a "Can-Can" lunch
eon. Members brought canned
foods for children at the school.
The organization, which is now
celebrating its first birthday,
meets every month on the third
Wednesday.
The association's capital fund was
turned over more than twice dur-
ing the current fiscal year.
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It's a good thing Mrs. Stanley (Jill) Arkin
learned all those songs when she appeared in the
Women's Traveling Troupe here last season for
the Combined Jewish Appeal Now she's sing-
ing them to a 8 lb. 6-oz. bundle .
Quite a party at Esther and Paul Topel's
home on N. Shore dr------Kenny and Joy Lipman
j costume parade, with Joy's hair made of wool .. Ruth Boss'
ind calling her top "mop" ... And so it waswig made of a
dyed black Tony Mortone looking "real gone," with a
Ilk mask, and wife Ann in one of his white shirts .Phil and
>ra Brooks adorable in tight pants and matching sweat shirts
ring Rosenberg with a goatee and a bass fiddle made of a
and a yardstick, and wife Gussie: no mops, no wool, no wigs
Ul for the American Medical Center, incidentally
uclear chemist Stephen Alan Rubin visiting his parents Mr
lirs. Bernard Rubin-he's the Mt. Nebo exec601 SVV 45th
from the Battelle Memorial Institute of Columbus, 0. .
[ion also includes his brother, Fred and Howard.
mm
Farm welcome from their parents In store for Yeshiva U. stu-
coming home for Chanuka Making the trip are Harvey
lan, Arnold Grant, Irving Kelemei, Joseph Lauer, Melvin
and Seymour Spolter Coming trom Yeshiva High School:
Ever, Jack Habib, Jay M. Miller, Arthur Spolter and Alan
^r Stern College: Linda Aranoff, Harriet Bienenfeld,
ra Caplan, Madeline Kagan, Phyllis Katz, Adrienne Schain-
Rochelle Stern And from Albert Einstein medical school:
fey Fiertel, Fied Block, and Harold Ginsberg.

Ir. and Mrs. Morris Simon, 1325 Sorolla ave., are looking for-
| to a happy reunion with their family ... It will be Old Homo
after Dec. 21. when son Dr. Jesse Simon, Los Angeles, and
liter. Belle Rcssier, Silver Springs, Md., accompanied by their
pes and children, are house guests at the Simon Coral Gables
on Harold, who lives :n Miami, will complete the family group
[his wife and children Mrs. Simon's sister and brother-
t, of Miami, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Boodner, and another sister-
, Mrs. Leah Simon, Great Neck N.Y., will also join the
for a Chanuka celebration.

Ir. and Mrs. Arnold (Gytell) Gottfried's baby now a real boy,
| with his first haircut on the occasion of his first birthday .
Melissa and brother Brian admiring the change .
lie little red knit affair Mrs. Leonard Bursten has been snow-
bound town is a dog sweater for her Boston terrier .
the Aaron Goldmans and son off North for the holidays, with
hoping to see snow for the first time in 26 years Still the
white stuff .
Irs. Beatrice Press, North Bergen, N. J., daughter of Mr. and
Jacob Schiff, and grandson, Richard Schiff, spending their
^ion with her parents He's Israelite Center financial sec-

br. and Mrs. Milton (Vivian) Lyons, 12585 NE 1st ave., N.
hi, have as their houseguest, her mother, Mrs. Beatrice Harris,
ew York City Chanuka holidays will bring another guest,
Dorothea Bitzick, of Brooklyn Vivian's president of the
rhood of Beth Emeth Congregation.

)n the Birth Front: A son, Kenneth Marc, born to Mr. and Mrs.
Jne (Jane) Schulman on Dec. 8 at Mt. Sinai Hospital .
D'.'th joins brother Robert, JVi Rev. Abraham Seif offici-
[ at the bris at their home, 1710 SW 87th pi., on Dec. 16 .
irnal grandmother is Mrs. Dora Goldstein, of Miami Beach .
Imal grandfather is Mr. Louis Schulman. Miami.
*>
-iabbi Mendel Glantz, of Bay City, Mich., visiting with his son
[family, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Glantz, 730 NE 62nd st. He's
[or at Tifereth Israel Daughter Esther is a senior at the
lersity of Miami, majoring in elementary education ... Son
ishall attends the University of Florida, and Owen is a senior at
on High.

Add to Birth Front: Seth Howard Feliman. new addition to the
By of Mr. and Mrs. Morton (Marilyn) Feliman, 12835 SV\ 75th
1 born Oct. 24 Seth joins Barry, Shelley and Leslie .
frnal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Max Newman Miami
Mi Mrs. Gussie Feliman, of Miami, is maternal grand
Per.
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Jliss Sandra Arnopolin, of Chicago, was honored at a pre-nup-
Buncheon last week at the Algiers hotel by Mrs. Michael Grow-
1 163 N. Shore dr.; Mrs. Jack Adler, 315 S. Shore dr.; and Mrs.
ey Wolk, 1940 Bay dr. All former Windy City-ites .
fhe Samuel Solloways and Mrs. Lenore Kleiman awaiting the
fal of their daughter and son, Mr. and Mrs. Elliot B. (Judith)
pan, for their first visit from Philadelphia since their Juiy
page ... The couple wiU stay through New Year s .
wir. and Mrs. Mac Mermell entertained 24 guests foT&mner
[weekend at their Bay Heights home Guests >nud~ ""j
kael Gilbert, Mr. and Mrs. Byron Cherkas Dr. "*"". Jamci
Per, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Shandloff, and comedian Johnny
rd .
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rs. Esther Kligfield, Miami Beach, expecting the arrival Sun-
of her daughter and son-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. Sidney Davidson
"hcy'll stay at the Hollywood Beach hotel .
kisan Applebaum celebrated her ninth birthday last jweekend
o stages-one, a party for her Brownie Troop; two, ice-skating
ration at the Deauville .
fast of "Father of the Bride" in n farewell party-for Pat
Mn at Candlelight Inn before making way frH'lde^r^t.
toconut Grove Playhouse Irene Castle dining *ith Mait
[Smith and party at the Candlelight Inn, and Tennessee wu
t dropping by for a tteak.
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"World
* "dfewislri Floridian
Miami, Florida, Friday, December 18, 1959
Section B
Participants in the North Shore Jewish Center
Sisterhood membership affair included (left to
right) Mesdames Mayer Abramowitz, Jack
Going over plans for the Jan. 10 Good Neighbor drive of the
United Fund of Dade County are three Miami Beach women
who will help cover the county that day. Standing (left to
right) are Mrs. Lawrence Silverman, 10043 E. Broadview dr., a
district director for Bay Harbor region; and Mrs. Milton H.
Cline, jr., 3154 Royal Palm ave., a captain in the Good Neigh-
bor drive, who with her workers will cover the golf course sec-
tion. Seated is Mrs. Thomas C. Grady, 603 E. DiLido, who is
captain of the St. Patrick's group.
Students' Work Creates Mural
Segal, William Carmel, Samuel Adler, Robert
Bloch.
N Shore Ladies
In Member Fete
A paid-up membership party was
held Wednesday by the North
Shore Jewish Center Sisterhood in
the Deauville hotel. The function
was a combined celebration for
paid-up members and the ap-
proaching Chanuka holiday.
Sponsor and hostess for the eve-
ning was Mrs. Sam Fuchs. Chair-
man of the affair was Norman
Harrow, and Sisterhood president
Mrs. Al Mechlowitz presided.
Life members were honored in
a special ceremony. Chanuka book-
lets prepared by Mrs. Maurice
Revitz, with songs and suggestions
for holiday parties, were distribu-
ted.
A novel Chanuka skit, written
and narrated by Mrs. Robert
Bloch, was also on the program.
Participating in the skit were
Mesdames Samuel Adler, William
Carmel, Al Friedman, Stewart
Levitt, Jack Segal, Lee Stevens.
Larry Weston. and David Zinn.
Decorations and costumes were by
Mrs. Alvin Schlesinger and Mrs.
Mayer Abramowitz.
Entertainment and songs were
presented by Miss Shula Mittle-
man, accompanied by Mrs. Jack
Fish. Also on the program were
songs by Jonathan and David Tan-
nen.
Students ranging from five to 15
years of age at the Spencer-Tart
School of Art, 3917 Alton rd., have
created a window mural marking
the construction and dedication of
the Julia Tuttle Causeway.
Paintings were the result of nu-
merous field trips in recent months.
The painting, featured at the
school, includes the work of James
Berenson. Robyn Farrar Ronnie
Furling, Barbara Ann Miller, Dale
Omanoff, Linda Pollak, Cynthia
Seldin Romelle Weinkle, Marsha
Capland, Deidre Greene, Frances
Greenberg, Lauren Grossman,
Barbara Hecht. Karen Kool.sh,
Harriet Kovner, Rosalind Merrit,
Pamela Millman, Barbara Rosen,
Stephanie Spencer.
Wendy Cohen, Lia Gentile, Bry-
Kulok, Nancy Oppenheimer, Lisa
Stein, Elien Thompson, Willa Ad-
elman, Gabriella CipoUa, Madeline
Edelstein, Lynn Esther Goldman.
Jane Gould, Jarett Kaplan, Mark
Hoffman, Ellen Lang, FredeUa
Nussbaum, Susan Rubel.
Chanuka Latke Party
Dora Stein Sisterhood of the Is-
raelite Center will hold a Chanuka
latke party Sunday at the Center.
3198 SW 24th ter. Entertainment by
Cantor Louis Cohen and Mrs. Co-
hen. Chairman is Mrs. George Kes-
sler. Proceeds are for the religious
school.
Pharmacists Slate
Interim Confab
Date for the 1960 Florida region-
al conference of Rho Pi Phi, in-
ternational pharmacy fraternity,
will be Feb. 7.
Date of the conference was de-
termined at a meeting of the or-
ganization last week at the Sax-
ony hotel. This interim conference
between conventions will have
representation from the Supreme
Council, undergraduate chapter at
the University of Florida, South
Florida Alumni Club, and visiting
members from the 40 Rho Pi Phi
chapters.
Samuel G. Kling, columnist for
The Jewish Floridian, will speak
on "What's Happening to Modern
Marriage" at a meeting of Rho
Pi Phi on Jan. 13. Miss Edith Ap-
plebaum women's editor of The
Jewish Floridian, addressed the
group's meeting last week.
New members admitted recently
include Arnold Baron, University
of Florida graduate, Sigma chap-
ter; and Sid Margolis, Temple
University, Gamma Galen chap-
ter.
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MmM FhrMton
Frid
ay.
ocal women take an active part in helping to
aise the first million dollars for the new Ce-
ars of Lebanon Hospital. Discussing returns
it a report meeting are some of the workers
n the 15 divisions of the women's campaign
ommittee. Seen (front) are Mis. Samuel
Jchulefand. Mrs. Norman Brown and Mrs. Ted
otterman. In the rear are Mesdames Howard
>iig Stylist to Appear
Stella Andre, noted sons >t\l it,
.11 appc u U pasta of crrcninn-
- tin- c i! al the Netberland
tel. Miss Amln' was recently
I n m "Hole in the lli.i I," star-
ig Frank Sinatr.i
>pear' :l\ ;u
club datet and
the Marseille! I
in engagement
the Cat skill mountaii
Kaplan, Charles Barkowitz. Daniel Brody, Mor-
ris H. Blau, Robert Nardone, Irwin Morse, Nor-
man Gladsden, Wayne S. Rogers and Albert
S. Dubbin. Construction of the hospital is
scheduled to begin next month as part of the
Miami Metropolitan Medical Center at NW
14th st. and 12th ave.
ARISTOCRATIC
llllE
GEFILTE
FISH
HAS ITS TASTY PLACE
ON YOUR
"WANT-TO-PLEASE"
MENUS
It's Horowitz-Margarcten, of
course, who brings you this
aristocratic delicacy. Gcliltc
fish made with choice
PIKE and WHITE FISH
exclusively from cool North-
ern lakes. ..blended tradition-
} ally with the other who'.
ingredients of homt-Bttda
getilic fish. St) fluffy ... so
J luscious...with homey
shimmering jelled sauce.
Sugarine Helps in BattletfJC,
Try This Recipe for Pumpkinpu'
With the holidays fast approach- r,mDklB .
ing, here's an item of interest for vet ?,, .
diabetics or those people trying to i ,,'J 0*,*l|
keep ahead in the "battle-of-the- /'.
bulge." Calonefree fcg^
Ifs easy to over-eat when ,uch hxaritSS
-n abundance of taste tempting this; pbB *
foods are placed before usits
only human. But when we do ea'
too much, no matter how deliciou-
i it is, we pay for it in terms of cal-
orics. Diabetics and those who are
on low calorie diets under d<><
, orders miss a lot of holiday eating
fun because the special desserts
usually are loaded with sugar.
But folks watching their caloric
or sugar intake need not worry
, where one favorite holiday dessert:
is concerned. Thanks to a new
liquid sweetener called Sugarine. Suearine. salt
you can serve wonderful, delicious milk and evaporate!
Pour into 9-inch in.
Pan. Bake in hot (Hal
or io minutes thai
" '325 depeunL
"r until nrixtat (
hero to knife. Sent ^
Sugarine can be a*).
a variety o( dtieftyk
the holidays. Just uti
sugar in recipes thai
2'3CUp, fook^
Pumpkin
] "'^poonttU,L
2 'easpoon ah
1 lea?poonM a,
1 ,(,aspoon(u| at
'' tfaspoonfui
3 slightly W,
n* cups milk
J* recipe pija,
\ cupe,,,,^
Thoroughly
PR Society
Elects Officers
Savings and Loan Public Rein
tinns Society of South Flo;
representing 26 insured sa\.
end loan associations of Dade
Broward and Palm Beach coun-
ties. Installed new officers for I960 olncr beverage*. *
in a mcptino at lh> !!. "''Mooth
diet," try tlas
associations of Dade JU1" sugar for bus.
s m sweetemni
Pointing to fine results in the Cedars of Lebanon Hospital
building fund campaign is Mrs. Ted Lotterman, chairman of
the women's campaign committee. Looking on are Geft to
right) Mesdames Robert Nardone. Morris H. Blau, co-chair-
man. Irvin Morse and Norman Gladsden. chairman of Divis-
ion 5. The building fund campaign has just gone over the
half-way mark in the first phase goal of a million dollars.
SEASONS GREETINGS
For All Your Holiday Needs
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Seal Sale Total Rises
Some $105,199 has been received
through this mid-week's count in
the 1959 Tuberculosis Christmas
Seal Sale, according to Paul Bams.
jr. th.s year's Christmas Seal
chairman for the Dade County Tu-
berculosis Assn. Total contribu-
tions have come from almost 55.000
Dade countians in the all-mail
ale, which opened Nov. 12 and
continues through Christmas Day.
s represent almost 64 per-
cent of the $16J*000 goal.
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n a meeting at the Ever^l
hot a1.
New president is William Bent-
, ley Glass, of Citizens Federal, Hi
aleah, succeeding Ed Gegenscgatz.
, of First Federal Savings and Loan
Assn. of Miami.
Other officers include Margaret
Leckie, of Miami Beach Federal.
, as secretary, and Adm. H. R. So
bel, of American Savings, treas-
urer.
Gegensrhatz is vice president for
| Dade courtly; Ed Heep. Atlantic
Federal, Ft. Laudcrdale, vice pres-
ident for Broward county; and
Jack Talbott, West Palm Beach
I Federal, vice president for Palm
Beach county.
John Causey, of Hollywood Fed-
eral. Mrs. .Dessie Duvall, First Fed-
eral of Lake Worth, and Bob Hit
' dredth. Coral Gables Federal, will
become directors of the organiza-
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Jaycee-ettes
Install Officers
Miami Beach Jaycee-ettes held
their third annual installation
banquet Sunday, 6:30 p.m., at the
Embers restaurant.
Metro commissioner C hades
Hall was toastmaster, and in-
troduced Ray Sterling, local civic
leader, as guest speaker. Ted Co-
hen, past president of the Miami
Beach Jaycees, installed the new
officers:
President, Barbara Kleinman:
first vice president, Marylou
Beck; second vice president, Sally
Rousso; recording secretary, Sue
Levine; corresponding secretary,
Eunice Seidler; treasurer, Carol
Lee Kleinman.
MISS BARBARA KUINMAN
Lodge Elects Hoberman
George Gorsnwin Lodge, Knigh'
of Pythias, has elected Louis I
I Hoberman commander of th
lodge. Hoberman served durir
the past two years as prelate ar
chairman (if the sunshine comm
tee. He is aNo editor of the lock
'Bulletin. He .was nominST?c! la:
| week as one of Dade county
; "Outstanding Citizens of the Year
Dr. Moskowitx in Talk
Dr. Estelle Moskowitz discusse
'Parent-Child RelationshipsHo\
!to Create Fun in the Home" at ;
meeting of the Presbyterian Cour.
seling Service on Tuesday at th
I First Presbyterian Church.
Sadkin, president of Miami Beach chapter of B'nai
lomen, shows Joseph Malek plaque he'll receive at
: in New Orleans" celebration Sunday in recognition
utributions to B'nai B'rith.
leans'Nite On Beach Sunday
i 500 guests are expect-
tend the 12th annual
[New Orleans," sponsor-
ing Beach B'nai B'rith
nday evening at 611 86th
LEY TEA
A TRADITION
IN JEWISH
HOMES
SINCE 1837
here'* Yom Tov jpirit in
DC tea.. ."flavor crushed"
illicit strength and stimu-
i... richer taste and pleas*
rith your fleishigs and
is and between meal
hment...
The Mardi Gras has special sig-
nificance this year. Proceeds will
be contributed to the Leo M. Levi
Arthritis Hospital at Hot Springs,
Ark.
Mrs. Revy Balkin will reign over
the affair. Her co-chairmen are
Mrs. Paul Sadkin, Mrs. Kate Rubin
and Mrs. Eugene Weiss.
Mrs. Balkin, a former resident
of New Orleans, will have her
home decorated with authentic
photos and souvenirs of the Old
French Quarter.
Michael Sossin will be master of
ceremonies at a Dixieland show
starring Joseph Malek. who will
be presented with a plaque for his
contribution to B'nai B'rith.
Other members of the committee
are Mesdames Rose Kitty, Evelyn
Bloch, Jean Goldstaub, Minnie Sol-
omon, Sonia August, Clara Den-
ner, Eva Blum, Blanche Wolosh,
Estelle Keller, Ann Kaufman,
Belle Margohne, Gil Pearlroth and
Etta Gervin.
ORT Plans
Chanuka Fete
North Dade chapter of Women's
American ORT will hold its second
annual children's Chanuka party
Saturday. 4 p.m., at the Oak Grove
School, 156th st. and NE 8th ave.
Afternoon will include a dance
recital by the John Chadwick
Dance Studios, movies and car-
toons, and a fashion show modeled
by children of ORT members.
Commentary is by Vickie Dunn.
Proceeds will go entirely to the
Tel Aviv project, which maintains
a vocational training school there,
one of the 500 centers in 20 coun-
tries of the world ORT operates for
the indigent Jew. Chairman of the
event is Mrs. Irving Brown.
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watch 'em disappear. Sit back (for a minute) .and
enjoy the satisfaction of knowing that every spoon-
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isn't it?to get up again when they sing f^h
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OF THE UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA.,


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+Jelstnt*M**r
Friday,


Jewish Floridian Exclusive
Your M.
c
ARRIAGE LOINSELGT
'. ." iy Samutl Cf. Miami's Nationally Famous Marpjaci Authority. Lecture* and Author
fn.. > .
Blue Star Camps Annual
Well, here I am after an absence of a month or
more, and feeling almost as good as new.
A few months ago, my wife and I conceived the
happy idea of taking a vacation in New York. Frank-
ly, I was getting a bit fed up with the cultural
wastes of Miami. In the year I had been here, I had
Mi a number of second-rate plays performed by
third rate actors, had heard what purported to be
a major symphony orchestra (Dr. Sevitzky is cer-
tainly a vast improvement, however), and had seen
a great deal of inferior art. the works of Reyna
Youngerman being among the few notable excep-
tions.
As I say. we were ripe for New York. I had
visions of a feast of theater, opera, ballet, foreign
films and art exhibits to compensate for the intel-
lectual famine of the past year or so. Besides, there
was another reason for going to New York. A mar-
riage counseling association, of which I have the
honor to be a paid-up member, was holding its an-
nual conclave, and I was eagerly looking forward
to meeting some old friends.
All in all. it was an exciting prospect. So that
my column might continue in my absence, I invited
Rabbis Yaakov Rosenberg and Irving Lehrman to
take over as guest columnists. Both accepted my
invitation promptly and graciously, and both sub-
mitted their copy when promised. I was all set.
well, I came to enjoy swimming more and more.
But I was not satisfied. There were other worlds
to conquer, and I had the urge to conquer at least
one of them, the art and science of diving.
Prodded by the swimming instructor I. at long
last, and after much prayer and soul searching, de-
cided to take some diving lessons. "Why not?" 1
thought My long, lean figure on the diving board
the stylish leap into space, the graceful cutting of
the waterthere was a .spectacle to excite the ad-
miration of the pool area throngs.
Blue Star Camps, Henderson
ville N. C vill hot] its annual re-
union and *geMofctrnn-" for the
(fTeater Miami areaon Tuesday.
Dec. 29, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., at the
Biscaync. Terrace hotel, according
to Herman and Harry Popkin, of
Atlanta, Ga., founder and direc '
tors.
"We extend a cordial invitation,"
the Popkin brothers said, "to our'
campers, parents and friends to
join us for brunch and to see our
199S camping season rnevles. to
discuss our camping program
'with a purpose,' and to renew our
summer friendship and fellow
ship."
Blue Star Camp a, located 27
miles from Ashevitle, N. C, in
the heart of the Blue RMee
Mountains, were founded 13 {
years ape, ensi wrM eheerve its
"Bar MHxveh" summer in l(to.
Relink*,
Tn. camp, djTJ
'" ** ov, ,7"
Panted out. -J* :
8|rls individual E2>
**!* the tthaSj,
camp. The f,ve p*,
""or boys. te*,,Sy
^""or-trunTgljjN
In charge of thlwa
' Mrs Harry Rosnfi'
E-. Miami.
w
Taking a Diva
When the first guest column appeared, The
Jewish Floridian announced that I was going on
Vacation, and so I had every intention of doing.
But it was not to be. Call it kismet, fate, or what-
evei you want, but the fact remains that I never did
to N York Instead. I Mas bedded by a punc-
tured ear drum and a bout with pneumonia.
How I cot the punctured ear drum is a storv in
itself. When 1 first came to Miami from Baltimore.
1 was a rather Indifferent ulaj But in the year
or more that 1 lived in an oceanfront hotel, there
rnoon that 1 was not either in
the ocean or in the swimming pool. In all modesty.
I must etsntetl that I became quite a good swimmer.
developiaj a slow and easy style that -uiled mv
personality perfectly. And as with anything we do
Claan Living Wins Out
The challenge was too irresistible, the urge al-
most compulsive. Before I knew what I was doing,
I had furtively exchanged some money with the
diving instructor (I didn't want my wife to know
that I had to take lessons), and I was getting my
f.rst instructions.
Alas. I wish I could report that I was a huge
success, that my diving exhibition aroused the en-
thusiastic admiration of the pool afficianados. But
I must candidly acknowledge that my first dive was
my last, and that I was fished out of the water with
nothing more to show than a sadly deflated ego and
a badly punctured ear drum.
Well, as most of my readers know, one thing
usually leads to another. In my case that something
led to pneumonia. I became quite ill. My brow was
feverish, my hearing impaired, and I was as weak
as a new born colt. But clean living eventually won
out. and after several weeks longer than the normal
course of the disease. I began to regain some of my
strength.
As l say, I am almost as good as new. It's true,
of course, that 1 don't hear nearly as well as I did |
before I became too ambitious, and that I am still
weak and have a hacking cough. But my numerous
physicians assure me thai I am doing very well,
indeed, and I look forward confidently to the future!'
Next week. God willing. 1 am going to resume STlt-t
ins about love and marriage. Until then, I am still
going to dream about some day going to New York
for a vacation.
Mr. Klimfh evnJJeele far prtomH .m'.e cruse/r-f
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*Jewistfh>ridHan
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Beach Harne and Trainfng of the Fontainebleau hotel on s..n [-..-. J^'"0'*6,
Dr-MiriiM"CMBnjn will diy'rtSpm'"....... JPPwing on the Perry, Como Mesdames Ella Wallman, found
annual membership-spon- Starring' are All ,a v f! ; Gretche"*Wyler, singer and1*r' D*ra ^lolenki, vice president,
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Page 5-B
originator of "taprobatics;" and
Sacassas and his orchestra.
Proceeds are for the completion
of the-Horhe.
Beth Jacob Card Party
^Beth Jacob Congregation Sister,
hoed was to hold a card party on
Thursday evejung at the Waves'
hotel. Mrs. Samuel Kaplan, Mrs.
Jack Wucher and Mrs. Max Thurs-
on were to be co-cnairmen.

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'age 6-B
**.lti Reviewing results of the program of the open meeting of Tem-
ple Eeth Sholom Sisterhood on Wednesday are (left to right)
Mrs. Murray Gilden. Mrs. Joseph Friedman, Mrs. Jean Leh-
man. Mrs. Howard H. Miller and Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg.
\EPhi Alumnae
>ets Fashion Show
:or Holiday Fete
Models and fashions will be "Out
f this World" when toddlers and
en-age daughters will entertain
nh their mothers at the annual
Ipha Epsilon Phi holiday lunch-
on Dec. 26 at the Eden Roc hotel.
Sisters alumna and friends will
II her to renew friendships and
-ctend holiday greetings. Chair-
an of the luncheon. Mrs. Morris
I'vitt. announced that reserva-
*n may be made through Mrs.
nrry Barson and Mrs. Howard
harlin.
Commentator of the fashion show
III be 16-year-old Evelyn Fmkle-
in. Tionisl is Mr-. James Ro-
nberg. and coordinator is Mrs
Werner Kahn Studios.
National officers who plan to at
nd include local residents Mrs.'
an Lehman, tru-tee of the Alpha
n Phi N tloosl Foundation:
bat U PioklesteJa, nation.,;
umnae chairman and trust
N itli oal Foundation Mr-
' 111 Mo'h.Ts Club
airman Mrs Richard Brack-
an. nafioi ml rush chair
an; and Mr- Norman Brown,
elith province director, and
nt of the local alumna.1
oup.
Pioneer Women
In Varied Events
. Mr. Ida Jacobs Liftman, presi
deal <>f Pioneer Women's Club II.
announced a meeting to be held
Tuesday, 2 p.m.. in the Miami Sav-
ings and Loan. 755 Washington ave.
Mrs Cornelia Valentine, i n
charge of program, will present
Mr- Milton Green. Council r1
iient, who will review Herman
Wouk's This is My Cod." in cele-
bration of Jewish Book Month.
On Tuesday. Pec 29. Mrs. Abra-
ham Shediifl will be hostess at
her home. 520 16th st.. for an an-
nual Chanuka party. Mrs. Valen-
tine will discuss the holiday.
Golda Meir Club. Mrs. Shirley
Queen, president, will hold its an-
nual Chanuka dinner Sunday, 6
p.m.. in the Ritz-Plaza hotel.
Mrs. Marion Meyer, chairman,
has earmarked proceeds for Child
Rescue. Mrs. Isasc Pushkin, cul-
tural chairman, will give the invo-
cation. A musical program has
been prepared by Mrs. Lillian
Zahn, accompanied by Jack Ru-
bin.
Z&c.
August bros i^
t:
Is the flfc.sr
Left to right are Karen Fran-
co and Wendy Ann Mades,
who will be among toddlers
showing fashions at AEPhi
holiday luncheon Dec. 26.
Teschke Appointed President
Sidmv Aronovitz. chairman of
the board of directors of the Bank
of Dade County, thi- week an-
nounced the appointment of Fred
crick J. Teschke as president
Prior to this appointment, Teschke
was executive vice president and
chief operations officer of the
Bank of Dade.
Guest speaker Will be Rabbi Da-
vid Shapiro, spiritual leader of
Temple Sinai.
On Tuesday evening, Golda Meir
Club will meet at Beth El Congre-
gation. Film-trips will depict Pio-
neer Women's work in Israel. Mrs.
Morris Bornstein will discuss her
recent trip through Israel.

Coral Gables chapter is holding
its regular monthly meeting Mon-
day, 8 p.m., in the Coliseum, st
Douglas rd. Mrs. Paul Berlin is
[-resident.
"Mrs. Sonia Plotkin is in charge
of the annual Chanuka party to be
held Saturday night, Dec. 26, at
Temple Zamora.
Mr*. Mortimer Jacobson, Ha-
dassah's national Zionist Af-
fairs chairman, has been
named chairman of the exec-
utive committee of the Araer
ican Zionist Council. Mrs.
Jacobson, who is also a na-
tional vice president of Ha-
dassah, was one of Hadas-
sah's leading delegates to
th World Zionist Con-
gresses in 1951 and 1956.
Membership Luncheon Slated
Sunshine chapter of the City of
Hope will hold a membership lun-
cheoQ Saturday noon at the Ho-
Toi restaurant, 12500 Biscay ne
blvd.
Friday,
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Copenhagen, president, will hold
its annual Chanuka latke party on
Saturday evening, Dec. 26, in the
1 Masonic bldg.. Valentine ave.. Co-
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chairman.
Committee includes Mesdames
Jacob Raffel. William Chase. Ed-
ward Schulman. David Meltzer.
Florence Pieros. K. Kalman, Mollv
Gordon, Jacob Weiss. Beatrice
Warner. Leah Fnedson. Milton
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iber 18. 1959
*Jewi$t, rkrirfftr)
Praise American Legion Ouster
5N Bernard American Legion in dissolvino th _
frsey City, N. J., na-1 relations between the S,d|.nd i T h ,he ldest acti'e war
nder of the Jewish, the Legion as "Americanism in \l S grUp ,n America. Pint-
of the U.S.A., this action." tteuUrlv"that *Z '"* Wr,d' Par"
- I ticularly our all.es in Asia and
the action of the I Commander Abrams, whose or-'Africa, must be heartened to find
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that the largest organized group Utt .. c, -
of those Americans who fought the non" More Post Meeting
tyrants of hate and bigotry have
publicly rejected the philosophy of
discrimination which spawned the
Hitlers and the Mussolinis of the
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Andron, Fishman in New York Vows;
Bride in Traditional Poie de Soie
Galdie Ann Fishman became was Mrs. Morris Fcldman, and
Mrs. Alexander Andron in a can- best man for the groom was his
dlelight ceremony Sunday. Nov. 12, brother-in-law, Richard Smolowe.
in the Jewish Center of New York. Flower girls were Melody E. Fcld
Rabbis Leo Jung, Joseph Look- man and Jill Smolowe, nieces of
Friday,
the bride and groom. Greta Smo-
lowe. sister of Mr. Andron. was in
charge of the guest book. Attend-
ants and both mothers were dress-
ed in gowns of the late fall colors,
following the color scheme of the
stein and Alexander Gross, of Mi-
ami Beach, officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Fishman. 5334 La-
Gorce dr., Miami Beach. The
Rroom is the son of Dr. and Mrs.
David S. Andron, Miami Beach and ceremony.
New York City. The young couple The bride chose a traditional
met in their early school days in ivory peau de soie wedding gown,
Miami Beach. featuring an alencon lace top. The
Matron of honor for her sister bouffant skirt billowed into a
(____________________________^ chapel train. Her four tiered
French illusion veil fell from a
' crown of seed pearls. She earned
| white orchids, stephanotis and lily-
' of -the valley on a white satin Bi-
ble, which had been given to her
at birth.
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Mrs. Andron is a graduate of
Miami Bench High School and has
completed two years at the I'ni-
wiMty of Miami. Mr Andron is a
graduate of the Hebrew Academy
of Miami Beach, of which his fa-.
thcr was the founder, and Rabbi i
Jacob Joseph High School of New |
York, founded by his grandfather no"ed character actor, Sidor Be-
and great-grandfather. He com- ;larski. famous composer of Jewish
plated two years at the I'niversity and liturgical music, Saul Raskin.
uf Miami, and is currently a senior Dr. Morton J. Robbins, national
MMS. AUXAMDU AHMON
Paul, Arnopolin
To Live in Gables
In a double Mag candlelight cer
emony on Sunday, Dec, 13, at
Temple Beth Sholom, Miss Sandra
Carol Arnopolin became the bride
of Morton Paul. Rabbi Leon Krun
ish officiated at the 2 p.m. wedding
rites.
The bride U the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Irving Arnopohn, Skokie.
III. The groom's parents are Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan Paul, 103 SW 79th
i ave., Miami.
Matron of honor waa Mrs. J. M
Yawitt. Miss Joy Stein acted as
maid of honor.
Robert Yawitt. cousin of the
, bride, waa best man. Alan Arno-
I polin. brother of the bride, was
! usher.
Newlywed Mrs. Paul selected a
traditional ballerina-length wed-
ding gown of taffeta, with fitted
bodice, three-quarter sleeves,
sweetheart neckline and appliqued
chant illy lace. Her two-tiered
French illusion fingertip veil fell
from a tiara of seed pearls and
lace. She carried white orchids,
stephanotis, and llly-of-the valley
on her confirmation Bible.
The white lace handkerchief ot
the bride was borrowed from the
matron of honor, who used it on
her wedding day.
The bride attended the Universi- Dr Lcf' Grossman *u
ty of Illinois and University of Mi- ?ucst speaker at a mmj,,
ami. The groom was also a U. of
M. student.
^OtTOsaag
paternal grandmother
the wedding.
Reception followed n\
Pie. The couple left fat ti
honeymoon, and wil Utt j
Gables on their return.
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Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gastwirth.
maternal grandparents of the
a,RecepS ffitS XrJ V,C; ^^fn! f thP Zl0mSt *- i bri^^nd-Mrriar^onen. Ver Cha^'
lowed the ceremony Among the ,Mllon.f America. The young
gnaata and members of both fami C0UPl0 a presently making their
lies were Mena>he Skulnick. re- home in New York.
Miami Beach chapter of tj
ish National Home for
Children on Thursday, ils]
at Kne-eih Israel Ca
Program was also to
playlet.
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Selkowitz, Cohen Exchange Vows
Mas Arlene Maxine Cohen be- Milton Goodman was best man
came Mrs. Leonard Selkowitz in ,nd ushers included Albert Logun
.p.rn.ritfsSalUrd.v evening. Dec. David Mohver. Harvey Reiscman
12. at the Algiers hotel. Rabbi Mor- and Donald Goldberg.
r.s Skop officiated. Thc brio> u]gcte6 gown f.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. tunng an imported empire lace
nd Mrs Bernard Cohen. 7921 East bodice with hand embroidered se-
dr.. Miami Be.-ch The groom is quins around the neckline. The
the son of Mrs. Rose Selkowitz. pure silk taffeta bouffant skirt had
Monticello. N. Y and the late Jack a laoe panel in the front Her
Selkowitz. flowered headpiece showed
Matron of honor for her sister drP P*arls covered by
was Mrs. Donald Goldberg. Miss veil
Anne Cohen, also the brides sister, Newlywed Mrs. Selkowitz is a
was maid of honor. graduate of Normandy School and
---------- Walsh Business School. Her hus-
band graduated from Brooklyn
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3r 18, 1959
ting Rites
Feins
Coldia-und Stanley
exchanged wedding
[Dec. 13, at Beth El
Rabbi Solomon
at the 7 p.m. dou-
riony.
the daughter of Mr.
nan Goldin, 3301 Mc-
oconut Grove. The
Ots are Mr. and Mrs.
5021 NW 4th St..
raduated from Miami
[School and Charron
imercial College. She
flife member of Tsion
[Girls.
attended Miami Sen-
served with the U.S.
is a member of Sig-
[ternity, and owner of
rvice Station,
followed for friends
at the home of the
its.
frs. Olstein will reside
imi.
Tj**lslJ1crktiar)
Kupper
tool Told
|rs. I. Jerry Swartz, of
Jity, announce the en-
Iheir daughter, Max
^eth Kupper, son of Dr.
Loo R. Kupper, 1005
liami Beach.
i-cU'-'t is a graduate of
Dii College, New York
now a sophomore at
livereity.
m-to-be, who is a-na-
(i.imian and attended
[and high schools here,
the University of Flor-
aivi'rsity of Miami. A'
is in training in the
raj;e firm of John Kap-
York.
iged couple will arrive
lor the holiday season.
Dr. and Mrs. Kupper
them with a cocktail
pir borne.
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..y- and Mrs. Mason Schwartz
10331 E. Broadview dr., Bay Har
hor Islands, announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Lynn, to
Dr. Samuel Berkowitz, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Berkowitz, o'f New
York.
Miss Schwartz attended local
schools, the University of Michi-
gan and is presently a senior at
the University of Miami. She is the
president of Delta Phi Epsilon so-
rority.
Dr. Berkowitz attended New
York University. He is a member
of Alpha Omega dental fraternity
and served with the 3rd Marine
Division in Japan.
He completed training in ortho-
dontia at the University of Illinois,
and is now practicing in South'
Miami.
The wedding will take place in
June, 1960.
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Strauss, Bulman
Are Engaged
Mr. and Mrs. Louis M. Strauss,
of Annapolis, Md., announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Karen Lee, to Leonard Z. Bulman.
His parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Colman Bulman, of Washington,
D. C, and Miami Beach. The pros-
pective bridegroom is the grandson
of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Zinna-
mon, of Miami Beach.
Miss Strauss is a senior at the
University of Maryland. Her fi-
ance is an alumnus of the Univer-
' I sity of Maryland, and expets to
j be graduated from George Wash-
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Chanuka Party For Servicemen
A traditional Chanuka dinner
party for local servicemen and
their families will be held Sunday,
Dec. 28, in the Seville hotel.
Mrs. Louis Glasser, chairman of
the Jewish Welfare Board Armed
Services committee for Greater
Miami, under whose auspices the
affair is being held, has announc-
ed that sponsors will be the B'nai
B'rith women's chapters and men's
lodges of South Florida.
The program will feature an
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Eye June Rites
Mr. and Mrs. Sam L. Freeman,
10 Shore dr. N., announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Ju-
dith Lynn, to Samnel Harry Ab-
rams.
The groom-to-be is the son of
Mrs. Minnie Abrams and the late
Clayton Abrams, of Brookhaven,
Miss.
Miss Freeman graduated from
Miami Senior High School, attend-
ed Sophia Newcomb College for
two years, and is now a senior at
Emory University. She is a mem-
ber of Alpha Epailon Phi sorority.
Mr. Abrams graduated from
Georgie Institute of Technology,
where he received his Bachelor's
degree in industrial engineering,
and is now working toward a Mas-
ter's degree. He is a memher of
Phi Epsilon Pi fraternity.
The couple plan a June 19, I960
wedding.
Wolfson Gift
To New Sinai
l In recognition of his "constant
financial support and interest in
1 Mt. Sinai Hospital of Greater Mi-
ami," the board of trustees Wed-
'nesday unanimously voted to dedi-
cate the 326-seat auditorium as the
j Louis E. Wolfson Auditorium.
The hall, which eventually will
I contain the bronze statues of all
founders donors of $50,000 or
morewill become one of the most
unique assets of the new facility,
according to the board, since it
will be connected by closed circuit
color television to the operating
suite.
Wolfson's grant of $250,000 pre-
sented to the hospital in April,
1955, was the first such large con-
tribution received.
Wolfson is widely known for his
business and philanthropic activi-
ties, and the Wolfson Family
Foundation, Inc., of Jacksonville,
Fla., is responsible for the distri-
bution of large sums of money to
education and medical institutions
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teen-agers of Temple Emanu-El.
Guests will receive miniature
menocahs and holiday gifts.
Invitations to the Sunday affair
have been sent to the following
military installations: Homestead
Air Force Base, Key West Naval
Air Force Base, Bartow Air Base,
McDill Air Force Base at Tampa,
Cecil Field, and Patrick Air Force
Base.
Among the variety of hospitality
programs sponsored in the Miami
area by the Armed Services com-
mittee have been free symphony
concerts, tickets to local prize
fights, tickets to the local seaquar-
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agencies of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, and free tic-
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Friday,
D**^.
Dynamic Architects See Conception Fulfilled
The new Mi Sinai Hospital of
Greater Miami is a reality, and
the intellectual force behind its
construction can now relaxat
least so far as this job is con-
cerned. The force is in the form
of two dynamic young men, Don-
ald Smith and Irvin Korach, who
make up the architectural firm
of Smith and Korach here.
In the fall of 1953, Smith and
Korach were retained to prepare
preliminary studies for additions
to the Mt. Sinai Hospital building
at 4300 Alton rd., and in July,
195* received the commission to
design what later was to become
the gigantic $10 million structure
which was dedicated Sunday on
Collins Island.
After a lapse of five years and
more than 40.000 hours of re-
search, design, drafting and en-
gineering. Smith and Korach
Sunday saw their architectural
conception brought to fulfill-
ment. ,
"From the inception of the new
building, we were fortunate in be-
ing able to work with Dr Her-
man Smith, nationally noted hos-
pital consultant from Chicago,"
the architects noted Wednesday.
IKVIN KOfACH
"He brought to us the cross-
country thinking of a better trend
in hospital planning."
In all. there were some 2.000
man hours and 400 different
drawings Involved in the prelim-
inary study, and seven schemea
were devised and evaluated be-
fore the final plan was presented
and approved.
"We think it worth noting," the
architects ompKatiied, "that the
structural frame of the boildiof
was erected et a coat of $3.75 per
(0). ft."
So thorough were Smith and
Korach in their preliminary con-
ceptions, that they often donned
masks and gowns for admission
Into surgery and maternity at the
old hospital site in order to de-
velop constantly improved ideas
about the planning of these new
departments.
In addition, they made time
and motion studies of clean-up
methods in surgery, consulted
with the Department of Pathol-
ogy, R a d i o I o g y. technicians,
nurses, orderlies and janitors.
The actual amount of time con-
sumed in the design, contract
drawings, details and supervision
reached a staggering sum of 38,-
221 man hours: architectural con-
tract details and specifications
21.041; structural engineering,
5.206; mechanical aod electrical
engineering, 10,974.
During the building progress,
there were over 2,500 prints of
additional drawings mailed to
out-of-town bidders.
These man-hours st week do
net Include time spent In confer-
ences with staff and board of di-
rectors. ''There was s netting
of the building committee every
Monday during the entire pro-
gress ef the project," Smith de-
clared.
"And approximately 1,000 hours
were spent by us in color selec-
tions," Korach said, "inasmuch
as a decorator was not retained
until the final year of construc-
tion."
Smith and Korach selected all
floor patterns, pure vinyl floors,
ceramic tile for floors and walls,
and wood paneling. The architects
also contacted Herman von
Brockdorff, noted Danish artist,
to arrange for the designing of
the hospital's breath-taking lobby
and mural.
I
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KWAUHR,
Teachers Plan Workshop Here
A two-daj work-hop for Hebrew
teachers is being ipoBeared 1st
Pit 28 and 2!" bj the Boreas of
Jewisa Education in collaboration
with the Jewish National Fund on
i Beabeval in the Jew
-, boots.H
Dr A/nei rTlsenbarg, executive1
Vice president oi the Jewi>h Edu-1
cation Committee of New York.,
will be principal speaker at the
iir>t session of the workshop to be
held at the Kitz Plaza hotel
The second day of the work-
shop will feature a model lesson
on the teaching of Tu Beshevat. ,
Meyer Samberg, Hebrew instruc- I
tor at Temple Emanu-EI, will
present the lesson in a live class
situation.
The work-hop will conclude with
a luncheon on I>ec. 29. at which
time re-ults w.11 be summarized
and evaluated.
Dr. F.senberg is nationally
famous rs educator, author and
lecturer. He is a former president
of the National Assn. tor Jewish
Education, and was director of
Bureaus of .lewi-h Education in
Cincinnati. Cleveland and I'hila
delphia.
He is the author of numerous
textbooks for the Jewish school,
including "Modern Jewish Life in
Modern Literature." "The Bar
Mitzvah Treasury." "The Dead
Sea S endar."
The workshop will also include
a special session on "Use of Arts
and Crafts in the Jewish School"
under the direction of Temima
Gexari.
Mrs. Gczari. artist and sculptor.
Medical Ai
To Speak Here I
American Jewiik
Committee will host* ft i
Damcshek. noted restart I
ity of Boston, at diutrl.
day evening at the Ddmi
hotel.
Dr. Ibmeshck wi|] fog,]
"Leukemia PresectsaJ
Wi\ es of the physicians Hi
the lati dim on life a! tail
brew University "Four Dal
Givat Bam."
The local chapter of'tstl
can Jewish PhysJdau Col
; (insuring a library jnjsl
National Fund Council, and Dr. the Hebrew University
Zev Kogan. executive director of school. I nusual prize at thai
the Council, are also scheduled to will be an engraved planti
appear. book h< If m the library.
fs at present associated with the
Jewish Education Committee of
New York City, and has establish
ed the Art Workshop for Teachers
and a Junior Gallery in the Jewi-h
Museum of New York City.
Babbi Mayer Abramowitz. pre i
dent of the Greater Miami Jewish
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MOUNT SINAI HOSPITAL


cember 18, 1959
*Jen 1st ikrMian
y Chaplain Joins Reform Staff
PaTIThe appointment Nelson Glueck rniiODO i ,
.Ma L. Goldberg as as-j president ," C?"egc;Inst.tutestaff chaplain of the Navy's East-
lie president of Hebrew Capt. Goldberg retires Jan 1 ,!!rn Sea .Front*'- The first raDbi
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[announced here by Dr. I al District of the U.S Navy and as ZZ^t ^ ?' he has for some
[------~~~~-------'----------------- y beC" thc "ighest-ranking
Jewish chaplain in active naval
service.
He it also the first Jewish
chaplain to hava completed a full
tour of duty culminating in re-
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His new appointment brings him
back in an executive capacity to
Pcrae 11-B
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the school where he prepared for
the rabbinate and was ordained in
1926. His headquarters will be at
the New York school, 40 W, 68th st.
A Navy chaplain since J942, he-
was yarned district chaplain in
1949 and commissioned a captain
in 1951. During Navy service, he
tarried out many official missions.

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Special Emphasis on
Courtesy, for uhicb the
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PHONE: OH 64721
On Tki occan at Hth ST.
MIAMI BCACH. PLOMIOA
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OUR SPECIALTY
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It fit FowNv Trade) as
0*3 79th ST. CAUMWA V
NAMES MAKE THE NEWS: ADL authority on prejudicial prob
lama, Han.ld Braverman. and his charnrng spouse art- at the Beach
for I brief sojourn. He's the national director of ADL's Discrimination
nepartment in New York, and author of "Barriers Here with them is
Miss Mildrni Rub;n, the popular office manager of ADL'S national
cuartcrs in N. Y.
Don't know of any hospital having a more spectacular setting than
.the new Mt Sinai. The Julia Tuttle Causeway lighting pattern and its,
ribbon Of roads form a distinctive background for the stately building.
Martin Stern and Attorney Marvin (iluberman are co-chairmen of
the annual Variety Children's Hospital boxing show Dec. 23 at Miami
Beach Auditorium. Welterweight titl* contenders Luis Rodriguez and
Sugar Hart are the principals.
When Morris Lipp startod to work for the City of Miami Beach
in 1926 as chief draftsman in the sewer department, there were 2M
employees. Today, as city manager of the famed rert city, Lipp
heads 29 departments with 1,319 employees!
Mrs. Robert Z. Greene. Mrs. Nathan Gumenick. Mrs Louis Wolf-
nil and Mrs. Arthur Friedman working to make the annual Symphony
Pall at the Fontainebleau Jan 16 the biggest and best yet.
Mrs. Harriett Schwarti is the newly-elected president of the Wom-
en's Council of M. B. Board of Realtors, taking office in January.
Surprised to see Cameron Mitchell, instead of her husband, Gary
Merrill, advertised to appear with Bette Davis in "The World of Carl
Sandburg." The well known acting pair started doing the touring aeries
together, but reports are thai a family rift has caused the replacement
of Mitchell.
Busy bride to-be is Linda Gail Chisling. with one party after another
in her honor before her nuptial date with David Weiner at the Algiers
on Sunday.
Dr. and Mrs. Carl M. Baumann recently announced a new addition
to the family, Andrew John.
Spotted at Bayshore: Dr. Dick Schwartz. Sid Fewer, Art Shand
loff. Dr. Don Miehnoff (practicing, of cowrga); attorney Sam Sha-
piro and his daughter, Sandy, one of the top junior players m the
tr; Abe Rethenberg, Harry Relkm, and Mrs. Stan Raskin.
Pro John Conte, of Bayshore, greeting one of his moat enthusiastic
rupils. Ed Glickstein, back for another winter season, and stopping at
i the Fontainebleau. Amazing to see the young in-heart oldster smack
the ball over 200 yards down the fairway, and making pars all over the
place. Conte has helped the game of many locals, including Harry Har-
den, the ork leader at the Versailles hotel. Makes the game so easy to
play for the beginners, and quickly spots faults hampering the play of
xclerans.
*
BOTH SIDES OF THE BAY: New comedy team of Marty Allen and
Steve Rossi bow in La Ronde show at Fontainebleau tonight, along with
graceful Gretchen Wyler. Also on the aew bill is tap dancer Bobby
Brandt.
The lights go on again in the Pompeii room of Eden Roc tonight, as
the nitery season there g.ts under way with comic Jack Carter and
singer Paula Stewart. Carter, who makes frequent appearances on the
lical night club circuit. Is one entertainer who constantly keeps adding
new material to his always zingy act.
Paul Muni who. if owr memory eorves right, never has been
soon in a icroon play short of Academy Award-winning posaiWUty,
rottrrm after too long an absence to mefco movie magic again in
Tho Last Angry Man." at the C.rib, Miami and Miracle. The Gerald
Green novel becomes a memorable movie.
Like hundreds and hundreds of local.tes, we are eagerly awaiting
the local premiere of "Ben Hur." We've read and heard nothing but
huzzahs for this mammoth screen masterpiece, due at the Lincoln
Theater Dec. 23.
* *
- ****** TAUti Max Rudofker. chairman of the board of After Six
FllS of ch i .-HeK\^ 1B,.g dlm,W Party for ,ce *Prtsc.er Steve
Fibs, of ch. 10. and his attractive spouse Toni. at Michel's in Normandy
restfuTam. 2tft*ft 71st iS" '"""" """'" ~*"
aini^er i^*lger ,naemen- the RJti Plaza hotel offers excellent
?:;on85oOCper^,W,,h emPh"'S "*"- c-tering-Tfrot
and SC7 SOU ~*** *** *" ? "*.
red wrSrLTL^T. '"m^n ""' *'"' -"< *Hh it, rich
r carponng and silver appointments.
M.rtFon',ArihUr%irhMV1 b0tt" "? *"* Jo*n Cro"' Gourmet
* The St*?,n* h0,el din,n* rooin no* open for the season nr.*t ll
ng again the excellent menu that ha. madVthe haaSw .^wmTS1
those seeking the best in kosher cuisine ""'ry by-word for I
hospitality of owner Al Goldman "anchu. and the gracious
able HildegartU, w JT, SrJlT.^1! *?!? ** "*-'
light Inn beforg curt.l!lfr^;.-i,,n#r ***"" "^*T C.m*w>
mJiaZ^^^SX^^ ^ Ch to I. the
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restaurants as the Revlin hotellln^V^oom "ihWif T" ,f"vori'
tl Paradise restaurant T,dM h,el dlnin
room, and Kat
The homey atmosphere at Nick and Antoinette. i an
magic culinary skill of the husband J52 1^ P.,U$ the
, "must" for Uicse who want to enjoy theU'inlKln *""*
* *
WHATS N1W: New social club. Formerlv u>r~i n
dances Friday. Saturday. Sunday and Sy ., ,h!? S.7T ^i'*1"
the Beach. Charter membership, no* .vlulSie an^T SS? h**' "
women over 28 are welcome. v""e. and single men and
YOl/RE CORDIAiLY INVITED TODAV TO'
NICK & ANTOINr
RESTAURANT
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jmnere ... from ao to 2000 catered In the
nanner of th Diplomat... an unhurried,
r-ettenWve, eoft-eooken service that makes
an event of your occasion.

WA 2 7534
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THE DIPLOMAT
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OPENING
iiirsday Dec. 17th
incomparable
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French Cuisine*
9516 HARDING AVE.
"*J*u MIAMI BEACH UN61654
tT THE PIANO BAR DAVID LEROUX
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RE-OPENING
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|Featuring NICK PALUMBO
Nightly at the CARRIAGE CLUB
il CDOIMrc Will AC* *T BHUNS Member* and
II SPRINGS VILLAS Co-Owner Guests Only
FRANK BARESE

;(HOW ASSOCIATED WITH
BETTY & FRANK'S
s
led Devil Italian Restaurant
stionally Famous for Italian Foods Since 1915
Collins Avenue Miami Beach
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INJGHT POST TIME 7:45
rm
PARI-MUTUEL BETTINO
M.S. 1 A7 MNIA
Premiere Slated
After Hildegarde
Hildegarde is back in Miami. She
opened Tuesday in Miami at the
Coconut Grove Playhouse for a
limited one-week engagement, and
will be seen for the first time on
the legitimate stage, through Sun-
day night.
There will be a regular Saturday
matinee at 1:30 p.m., and the final
Sunday evening performance will
be at 7:30 p.m.
Soon after vaudeville died, Hilde-
garde entered a European audi-
tion and defeated 400 girls in a bid
for a job at London's Cafe de Paris
A year later, she was singing dur-
ing the Duke of Kent's wedding.
She has played sellouts to most
or the top rooms in this country,
including six and seven-year re-
turn engagements at the Savoy-
Plaia, the Plaza and Hotel
Pierrs In New York. She has
sung at the White House during
both President Trumen's and
President Eisenhower's terms.
She recently launched a "One-
Woman Show" and went on a con
cert tour through 86 cities. On
three different occasions, she was
voted "one of the ten best dressed
women," and holds many other
awards for her contributions to the
fashion industry.
The Playhouse will be closed
from Dec. 21 to Dec. 29, at which
time a world premiere produced
and directed by Owen Phillips is
scheduled. Called "Bird of Time,"
and written by Chicagoan Nelise
Child, the production stars Dennis
King, Isobel Elsom, Irene Castle,
Teddy Hart, and Eli Mintz.
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ONLY THE NEW PACKAGE
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ANY 10 DAYS $135
December 18 January 18
Any 14 days, Dec. 18-Jan. 18$175
Any 21 days, Dec. 18-Jan. 18$235
FULL MONTH 31 Days $350
Kosher meals incl. per person Dbl.
SPECIAL DISCOUNT10", if
stay a month or longer.
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Oceanfront A Oceanview, Corner
Rooms, one price, none higher.
The Royal Hungarian ^a TaSSSL
FOR THE FINEST IN KOSHER CUISINE
731 Washington Avenue Telephone JE 8-5401
wife RE VLIN HOTEL ym
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DELUXE DINNERS from $1.65
Under Rabbinical Supervision of the Orthodox Vaad Hakashrefh
Rabbi Dr. I. H. Ever
Collins Ave. at 13th Street
Ph. JE 8-1545
Ritz Plaza
hotel
invites you
Dietary Laws
Strictly Observed
Under supervision
of the Community
Vaad Hakashruth
jf Greater Miami
FREE 21" TV in every room. FREE
PARKING and many other fea-
tures Apartments Available.
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Dietary Laws strictly observed
Under Supervision of Rabbi Dr.
I, H. Ever, religious services on
premises.
Steaks, roast daily at no extra
charge. Salt 4 Sugar Free Diets.
Private Beach &
Pool on the Ocean
1741 COLLINS
Miami Beach
Miami Office
JE 8-5711
Also Open
Suns. & Eves.
RESERVATIONS:
MRS. HOFFMAN
JE 1-6881
ON THE OCEAN
at 17th ST., MIAMI BEACH
Empire Kosher Restaurant
1357 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
7-COURSE DINNERS from HJ&5
FREE WINE AND SELTZER
UNDER PERSONAL MANAGEMENT OF SOPHIE KING
L
Telephone JE 8-1391
CATERING TO PARTIES OF ANY SIZE
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dUin in 7 /vo o tn
SPECIAL FRIDAY
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Served in the Tradilional Style
8 Course
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$275
ALL fULL COURSE DINMUS
SERVED WITH WINE SEEKER
2655 Collins Ave.
Reservations JE 1-0381
Tllllli SVI ,, ,.mt # uulIR.AU i NeUTWMe VA Mll
STAR Restaurant
REOI'EXtXG
SUNDAY, DEC 20th
J7 Consecutive Tears an the Beach
SERVING QUALITY FOOD
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at Popular Prices
841 Washington Ave.
JE 1-9182
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KATZ's PARADISE RESTAURANT
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KREPLACH KISHKE
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MEAT FISH STEAKS CHOPS
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BAKED ON PREMISES
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9-JewistncrHktn

"Corsage for You" is a new feature of The Jewish Floridian.
A corsage is free for the asking, and will be presented to each
mother of a Bar or Bas Mitzvah. For details qp how to receive
your free corsage see story, Page 3-A.
Norman Friedland i be held Saturday morning. Dec. 19.
Bar Mitzvah of Norman Fried-! at Temple Z1011. with Rabbi Alfred
land will take place Saturday i Waxman officiating. Bruce is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dell

Alexander LicMman
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will offi
ciate at the Bar Mitzvah of Alex-
Horace Mann Junior High, where ander Leon Lichtman on Saturday
he is active in the Drama Club, morning. Dec. 19. at Temple
end Beth Emeth religious school, i Emanu El. Alexander is the son of
He will chant the service during Mr. and Mrs. Maurice A. Licht
the Bar Mitzvah ceremony. man.
Reception in Norman's honor' He attends eighth grade at Nau-
will be held Sunday at the Eden tilus Junior High and Temple
morning. Dec. 19. at Beth Emeth
Congregation. Rabbi David Herson
will officiate.
Norman is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Friedland. He attends
Emanu El religious school.
Reception will be held in his _
honor Saturday evening at the |
Fonlaincbleau hotel. Out-of-town
guests will include Dr. and Mrs
Roc hotei.

Leonard Micheelson
North Shore Jewish Center will
be the site of the Bar Mitzvah of
Leonard Michaelson Saturday Santiago Rey and Gen. Manuel
morning, Dec. 19. Rabbi Mayer | Bomtez. Cuba; Mr. and Mrs. Jos-
Abramowitz will officiate. j eph Leisner and Mrs. Alexander
Leonard is the son of Mr. and i Berlin, Pennsylvania; Mr. and
Mrs. Harvey Michaelson. 3035 N Mrs. David Bayless. New Jers<>
Bay rd. He is in the graduating and Mr and Mrs. Morris Rattner
class of the North Shore religious and Mrs. Helen Fryter. New York
school, and attends Nautilus Jun-
ior -High.
Warren Schwartz
Howard Manor
Howard Matter, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Milton Maker. 7282 Gary ave.
Dedication Due
At Zamora Fri.
Dedication of Pordches and Shu I
i hon covers will be held at Friday
evening services of Temple Zamo-
ra, Sidney Palmer, president, has
!announced.
Thr- cBTtaln* and enters are the
gifts of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Si I
verman, Zamora trustees, who re
cently returned from Israel.
Rabbi B. Lean Hurwitz will
preach at the service, which will
be followed by an Oneg Shabbath
with the Silvermans as hosts.
m
WAJPaf IN
MO* MAN
Saturday ?services. Dec. at i was Bar Mitzvah Saturday. Dec.
Temple Fmanu-El will include the 12. at North Shore Jewish Center.
Bar Mitzvah of Warren Stuart Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz officiat-
Schwartz. son of Mr and Mrs. Her---------------------------------------------------
bert M. Schwartz. Dr. Irving Lehr ,
man will officiate Festivals to be Depicted
Warren is in eighth grade at Ida i .. I
M. Fisher Junior High, and attends Cvc'c of fftivab in the Hebrew
Temple Emami-El relieious school, calendar will be depicted by some
300 Hebrew Academy students at
Alan Woinor Miami Beach High School Audi
Rabbi Mayer AbranowHl will ,orium. The program, under Hm
ed. Howard is a student in the re-
ligious school of the Center, and
attends Nautilus Junior High.
Mark Manor Homes
Feature High Style.
officiate a7t"he BarMitzvah of Alan ""'rection of Mrs. Jack Donner J jf ._____.
Weiner Saturdax morning, Dec. >,a "el.l Sunday. Dec. 27. Mark Manor Homes located in
19. at Temple North Shor, Jewish a< Pm M. II Roealjuuat Venetian Point section of Cut-
is in charge of arrangements and ,or B|d'- offer Jhe house-hunter
rc-rrvalions.
Center.
Alan i- the son of Mr an Nathan Weiner. 8025 Byron ave.
He i- indent in the reliii..
S^tttZfSS' ",,ri ""* Nunery Sch001 p,ens phy
Brvee Doll
Bar Mitzvah of Bruce Dell will
CHILDREN'S CAMPS
FR[f INFOftMATION
A per*onal>ied Adv.iory Service on
CMd'en'i Camps end School*
ASSURES PARENTS of th telecnon of
a recognned and invcitiqated Cami;
oiled to iKe.r particular requirement*
taatet & budgets ASSURES CHILDREN
of a happy and well adiuated camp
life.
RAY BARNETT (Dept. J.F.)
Addrm 18000 NW 2nd Plata.
North Miami. Fla
Phone NA 13566
rA^A^W^^AwA^A^^
FOR THE UNUSUAL IN GIFTS AND ACCESSORIES
AMSMIp 4.1 FTS
3432 Coral Way, Miami Pnone Hl 3.o554
the home of the future at today's
price They all feature screened in
pool or patio, tropical indoor out-
door living, and well laid out
rooms.
The custom-designed kitchens in
Temple Emanu-EI nursery school th(, Mark Manor Homes arc emy
tots will Present a Chanuka play. womans drcam. Natural wood fln.
... /'ashbacks- "'" ished cabinets are grooved for
and directed by Mrs Naomi Bran- stylish. eagy opening, and there
.1. is. head nursery teacher. The are plentv of them -r^y also fel.
play will be given on Friday morn turt. built.m s|ove buii,.in oven
ing according to Rabbi Bernard and brollcr units, exhaust fans
A Musman director of education ab0ve the stove, duo-service
at the Temple Emanu-EI religious sneives to the patio, and best of
all. in any high fashion color.
_____________ There is a choice of gas or elee
trie appliances.
The kitchens also feature roll
top counters to prevent water
Samuel Harris, who has been a seepage and discoloration, and
-late broker since coming to double bowl sinks.
Miami Beach five years ago. will This suburban community is
be resident manager of the new M'rv"' bj central water and san-
Southgate Towers apt>.. owner Na- i,ary sewage system. It is also
than S. Gumenick announced. r shopping areas, houses of
-------- worship, and schools. All streets
'www*ww art paved, sidewalks are in. and
here are county taxes only. The
( lots are all 75x100. with corner lots
New Nassau
Service to Leave
From Miami Port
Beginning Jan. 1, three-day
cruises from Miami to Nassau
every Monday and Friday are an-
nounced by Eastern Shipping
Corporation, general agents for
the S S. Bahama Star, formerly SS
Arosa Star, the largest passenger
ship to sail from Miami. Cruises,
with dock-to-dock service, are from
Pier 3 an the heart of Miami, di-
rect to famed Bay at. in Nassau.
The SB Bahama Star is com-
pletely air conditioned in all pub-
lic space and every cabin, with hot
and cold running water in every
stateroom. Public lounges feature
fine in decor, apace end comfort,
in addition to a noted cuisine, su-
pervised entertainment programs
by a cruise director-and ttaff in
charge.
In addition to the SS Bahama
Star. Eastern tupping Corpora-
tion are the general agents for the
completely air-conditioned "Twin
Sisters.'" the SS Bvaageline and SS
Yarmouth, which cruise from Mi-
ami to the West Indies end South
America. With three deluxe ships.
all air-conditioned from stem to
stern, sailing on three, four, seven,
10. 12 and 14-day cruises, there h
a cruise to suit every need.
Information is available at East-
ern Shipping Corporation, Pier 3,
Ms. mi.
Tfc*" Wit**,
3ATJS*
tiscoyjfti
Elect OrW
Biscayne Htm**. A
unanimously noHfl
former first vice^l
.LfbowiU will (a,,^*
with the organiata**
chairman" of the Dta>
ecutive Committe, '
cratic party here. '
Other office,, noaaatl
Sheldon ScbJesJaaTl
president; Alexand^ |f
second vice preside*! J
hen. recording sttntjl
Sine, financial jecrd**?
Resmkoff, sergent-4t7
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Named Resident Manager
White Elephant Sola
Murray Solomon Auxiliary. Jew-
ish War Veterans, will hold a
"White Elephant" sale Saturday
evening at the American Legion T~J A TDDTPTU
Hall. 303 Alhambra Circle. I JDL^JTUaIL'IIJ
*ae^-^ e oeoJ ea oa. ess, e o> OS. on aw on as. e
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL .
17lh AVE. FLOW I IK GABI
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TO ALL GREETINGS -
Coral Gift Shop
UNOCR N(W MANAGEMENT JAMIS W. THOMAS
2231 S.W. 67t, AVENUE PHONE MO 1-3862
eif Wishes for o Happy MofieJoy .
KENNY STATIONERS
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nioms. two baths, carport,
pool and patio, and over-
utility room. $15,490. and
-' raauuil p riia utility room. $16 990.
All homes are equipped, at no
extra cost, with two large gas wall
heaters, formica top vanities in the
oathi -luling glass door tub.
enclosures, tile baths, and spacious
closets with ventilated doors. They
also have sliding glass doors in,
the dining rooms and bedrooms
that open out to the patio area '
All arc completely landscaped, and,
with extra wide roof overhang to
keep the windows splash free.
Mark Manor Homes are buih hy
the Aher Construction Corp. They
*-e FHA approved, and require
" a small down payment.
I
,VY3G1'ST BROS k>7
THE BETH DIN
OF THE
COMMUNITY VAAD HAKASHRUTH
OF GREATER MIAMI
Announces
For the benefit of the Consumer of KOS
POULTRY, the Beth Din ruled that all"
that identify the Kashruth of the fowl shaM
FREE OF CHARGE. The Kosher Consumer f
not be taxed for buying Kosher Poultry.
When Kosher Poultry is purchased, ttej
Beth Din Ring shall -be demanded as the
proof of Kashruth.
It is the opinion of the Beth Din that by j
ating the cost for the rings more Jewish pe
will buy Kosher Poultry. Kosher Poultry
Free Guaranteed Beth Din Identification
able both on the Retail and the Wholesale
in many areas of Greater Miami.
STERLING SHORT!NING AND ^J?J
IS NO LONGER SANCTIONED AND SU
BY THE COMMUNITY VAAD HAKAS**"


December 18. 1959
*JmistiFk>rk#*n
Page 15-B
Wayne, with microphone, and Paul Muni amuse Nancy
- and Joby Baker in this scene from the stirring drama,
ast Angry Man." in which Mr. Muni portrays a doctor
spends his life helping the sick and needy in a poor
,borhco& Now showing at the Carib, Miami and Mir-
rheatres.
fly Crum
limbs in N.Y.
YORK(JTA)Bartley C.
i ho was appointed in 1945
ndent Truman as a member
LVnglo-American/Committee^. of 2oS"o?e.n'dAdfert Dec
iiv in Palestinewhich rec- cam< net from n< *
fed in 1946 the admiss.on oXfa *titlflJfir&&:
European Jewish refu- Joseph s.- i:iv.
emorlal Chapel, Washington
., ,F-RA.NK, SCHWEITZER
64. of JU BW 21th si Aled Dec. 4
He came here five from
Brookhne. abas. Surviving art hi-
wilt. Mary; three aona, Including Ed-
ward and Marshall, Miami; two
brothers, two slaters and two grand-
children. Services were Dec. 5 at Qor-
Gourmet Mart
Has New Look
With the announcement of its
new ownership, the Gourmet Mart
a specially food shop long" estab-
lished on Miami Beach, has taken
on a new look. Located at 424 Ar-
thur Godfrey rd., the shop now
managed by Miss Joan Cross has
"I ed its shelves with epicurean
delights from around the world.
Featured for the immediate hol-
idays are the Pinesbridge Apple-
wood smoked turkeys, whole or
sliced, with the perfect comple-
ment of such distinctive items as
Plum puddings and Ma iron chest-
nuts. Sections of the Gourmet Mart
offer imports and delicacies avail-
able at moderate prices.
A unique innovation introduced
by Miss Cross is the preparation
of packages to individual order.
Each with its own particular
flair, Miss Cross uses teakwood
trays and baskets as the florist
would in preparing a conversa-
tion center piece. Wines, cheeses,
meats, fowl, and fruit* are com-
bined according to customer se-
lection with the gift-giver certain
that no two are ever the same.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN. CHANCERY,
No. 59C11873
MAT LEW IN,
Plaintiff,
vs.
Al'oi.l'll LBWIN,
I '< l.rnluht
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
[O: ADOLPH LBW'IN
rou are hereby nntiffr-d that a mil
or Complaint for D vorce has been
riled agalnal you, and you are re-
qulred to starve a copj of yo ir An-
swer or Pleading to the BUI <>f Com-
plain) mi Hi. plaintiff's Attorney,
LAURENCE D18K1N, 1140 X.E ;..::,.!
I-Street. Xi.rth Miami Beach, I
and fii>- the original Anawer or Plead-
rmg in the office of ilic Clerk of the
| Circuit Court on or before t > >
'i-i'. ot January, IS0, if you fall to
do no. Judgment by default a
taken against yon fox tin- relief de-
manded hi the Hill of Complaint.
This notice sliall he published once
each week for four consecutive woks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 16th day of December.
AH. 1959.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
(seal) By: JUAX 8NEEDEN,
Deputy Clerk.
LAI RENOE DISKIN
11 in X.I-:. ltrd St.Wl -,-1428
North Miami Beach, Florida
Attorney for riaintiff
12/18-2:.. 1/1-S
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY lilVKX that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
JiusiuesH under the flctitoos name of
.1 & J TRUCK BALES al 5l3e X \v.
7th Avenue, Miami. Florida intend to
! said nan..- With the Clerk of
tin- I'lrcult Court of Dade County.
Florida
JOHN LOCA8CIO
ii.Miisv w. isitiuoa
METER M. BRILLIANT, Esq
Attorney for J & J Truck Bales
12/1S-25. 1/1-8
Palestinedied.of a heart ,,v... with burioi in
tat his "home here. He was ''J-
V:
Nebo !< me-
[Crum, who had also been
r of the defunct New
Star, wrote a widely-read
"Behind the Silken Cur-
en his findings as a mem-
the inquiry commission.
fcame active in Zionist
I and was a frequent speak-
I Zionist meetings. He serv-
[president of Americans for
ho.
ADRIENNE BACH
17. of 5880 BW 5th ter., died Dec. 4.
Stricken bs brain tumor laal year,
Bh was a junior at Miami E
School, a majorette and meml
Blgma I'lii '':! at the time
sho was"stricken. Survivors Include
hei- parents, Mr, and Mrs, i
I!.- vev; and n
nal grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Ben-
jamin Isaacson. Services were pec 2
at Riverside Memorial Chapel, W.
r St., with bui lal In aft Blnal
i'. metery. ,
Among holiday specialties are
Israeli marmalades, fresh Roman-
off caviar, Rock Cornish Game
hens, a host of cocktail chips and
dips, and for young people, bright-
,, i ly packaged imported candies.
A large variety of gifts for the
hostess js also available, as is a
complete library .of cook books and
studio cards. The Gourmet Mart is
open until 9 p.m.S.T.
MRS REBECCA LIPSCHEN
TS, of S7|] BW 'id ter., died I
Bhe came here 13 to from New
York. Surviving are ; daughter, Mra.
Beatrice Bfershman: two sisters. In-
:rum carried on a vigorou- eluding Mrs. Matilda Peyser,
," \ ". a brother and grandson. Set vires
l separately from other merr. w, ,, oordon Funeral H
f the Commission, again-t with burial In -Mt. Neho Cemetery.
mporizing by the British _
merit of Prime Minister MrS. SeidGFlberCl
it Attlee over the Commis-;
commendation for the i"1 DGOCj QT 77
c admission 'of the refugees Mrg Gussie Scidenberg, 79, of
3 710 SW 21st rd., died Dec. 14. She
was a resident here for 17 years,
coming from New York City, and
belonged to Workmen's Circle.
Survivors include a son, Wil-
liam, Brooklyn; two daughters,
Mrs. Edith Silver, Miami, and
Mrs. Leah Richman. New York,
and brother, Max Widensky, also
New York. In addition, she leaves
Sachs wasa supervisor for j fiye grandchildrcn.
Services were Dec. 15 at Gordon
Funeral Home, with burial in Mt.
Sinai Cemetery.
[of the Grand Mufti of Jeru-
a war. criminal.
~^~~~~~~~~~~ e
.on Sachs
ises Away, 49
ion Sachs, 49, of 1630 S. Bay
Idr., died Monday, Dec. 14.
tucker Aluminum Products
Ind came to Miami in 1846.
ps a Shriner.
giving arc his wife, Laura;
lichard DV, mother, Mrv R
[Sakowitz; three brothers, in
Herbert Sachs and Theo-
Sakowitz, Miami; and two
tices were Tuesday at Gor-
Kineral Home, with burial in
pf David Cemetery. ^^
O TO P
| COMPLETE FREEDOM
OF CHOICE
.. m monuments and all details.
Designed by Alfred Browning
Psrksr to be America's most
inspiring memorial sssdans, sat>
"fying your deepest desires for
\ beauty and dignity.
Pfrpttualt
B'ncii BVith Plays
Bowling Contest
The first Florida State B'nai
B'rith Bowling Tournament in the
history of B'nai B'rith here will be
held in St. Petersburg Feb. 27 and
28 and Mar. 5 and 6.
The aflair is being spear-headed
by Herman Lerner. Florida B'nai
B'rith bowling director, and Mil-
ton Hershenson, president of the
Louis A. Cohen Lodge, of St. Pe-
tersburg.
There will be a guaranteed first
place team prize of $150. Approxi-
mately one of every six teams and
one individual in every eight will
share in the prize fund.
Tournament secretary in charge
of scoring and records is Sidney
Shapiro, and chaisman of housing
and registration is Joe Levin.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 47988-C
IX KB: Estate of
JAY JACOB ItAROULCBS
I leceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and A i Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
FJatate:
You are hereby notll squir-
ed to present any claims and demandt
which von may have agalnal c
lale of .j:,v Jacob
le C inty, ( or da, to the
Count} "U- Counts and
file the same In tli.ii ottlci in the
county Courthouse In Dade C.....ity,
Florida, within eight calendar months
from publication
I" reof, i he same ; l be bai i ed,
.IKAXXETTE M. BETEL
Executrix
BENJAMIN FOOEL
Attorney
W. I'Hll Street
Miami :,-., Florida
11' 18-J5, 1 'l-
N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
- IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 48263- B
IIX UK: Kstate of
MORRIt FRE1DIN,
i- < eased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All I'!.- litors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against s.n.i
FJstate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you niaj have against
the estate of MORRIS FREIDIN de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same In their offices
in the County Courthouse In Dade
County. Florida, within eight calen-
dar months from the date of the first
uhllcatlou hereof, or the same will
be barred.
OU88IE FREIDIN, Executrix of
ate of Morris Freldln, deceased
BLACKWELL, WALKER & ORAY
By: ciemen J. Bhrllch
Attorni
i-irst Federal r.uiiding
Miami 3i, Florida
' 12/l'>-2.".. 1 1-S
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
n. n- ring to ngage in
BS under the flctltoua name of
KIT KAT INN at J701 N.W. 17th Ave-
nue, Miami Intends to register said
name uh the Clerk ol the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
JACQl'ELYNE FITZOERALD
s.,le Owner
KER81 ER, OARS A ROTH
\. .,1,,. ). for Applicant
^'"" i| 18-8.1 l-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 48057- B
IN RE: i .,:, of
I- : i.-'K BLAKE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons ii v-
log Claims "i Demands Against b'ald
Batati : '
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you nun have against the es-
tato of LOUISE BLAKE deceased
| late of Din; Florida, to the
County Judges of Hale County, and
file the same In their offices in tin
County Courthouse In Had.- County.
Florida, within eight calendar months
I.....i the date of the first publication
hereof, or the same win i<- ps ri d.
WARD WILLIAM KEARNS
Administrator of the Estate of
Louise Blake
CI'ciRCK NICHOLAS
Attorney
305 Blscayne Building
Miami St, Florida
M'.anUlin I
I2/1S-2.1. 1/1-S
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY
, No. 59CI1833
ANTOINETTE ROSE JOSEPH,
Plaintiff,
LESLIE MICHAEL JOSEPH,
-lanl.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: LESLIE MICHAEL JOSEPH
E. 5th Sue,I
N,... v irk City, New Vmk
yOU ARE REQUIRED to si rve
copy of your An wer to the Bill ol
Comulalnl for Dl> tree on rialntiff'-i
|attorney, PAUL KWITNET. 120 I.in-
ci in I il Beach, I
file the original In the i
! clerk of the Circuit Court, on
,\, oai "i 1 m larj I
I of wllll-ll, a I 'e. lee Pi
nay be i ntered agalnal
DATED thai Uth day of December,
' F. B. LEATHBRalAN, Clei* of
the Circuit Court, Dade County, Fin.
Byi R. H. RICK, JR..
I ,:1|, Iieiuity Clerk
a li-X. 1/1-8
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deririni to engage In
-is under the fictltous name of
W B S ICERCANTILE CO. at 12
\ B 'id St., Intend to register said
name with the Cl.-rk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
LOF1S BAOER
WILLIAM SCHWARTZ
12/18-25. 1/1-8
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XOT1CE IS HEREBY OP7EN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
is under the fictltous name of
"A" BUILDERS at 95 W. :,2nd Street,
llialeah. Florida Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dnde County, Florida.
PAUL RICE
JOHN M AliXKI.I.
PELLE, 1.FVIN1-: ^t CHRISTIE
lyne Bldg., Miami
Attorneys for "A" BulMer.^ ^
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QrVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictltous name of
nXE ROOFINQ CO. at 4045
S W 118th Court Intends to i.
name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Hade County. Florida.
BERNA I
12/18-25,1/1-8
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY. JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 47631-B
IX BE: Kstate of
OLIVER BACHARACH
I leceaaed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
tors and All Persons li ly-
ing Claims or Demands Against said
v i ;-i. h. i by notified and re-
' an;, claln
mands which you may nave ai
ati of OLIVER BACHAR .''II
nty. Flor-
ida, t-. the i -: m Judges of i lo
County, and file the same In their
in the County Courthouse in
y. Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof, or the same
will be barred.
DAVIH IIACHAI'.ACIl. M.H. and
DANIEL NEAL HELLER, Exe. -
utors, by Daniel Neal n-
rDANIEUi NEAL HELLER, Attorney
M" Alnsley I'.uilding
Miami St, Florida
12/18-25. 1/1-8
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 48179-B
IX RE: Kstate of
LENA OREENBEBO
Deci seed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Person* Hay-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are' hereby not If led and re-
QtUred to present any claims and de-
ii.amis which you ma) ha
the estate of I.KXA CKKKNliEIM
deceased Inte of Dade County, Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same In their
offi.es In the County Courthouse In
Dade County. Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first puhiication hereof, or the same
will be barred.
BARNEY KENT, Executor
BERNSTEIN A MII.I.KR
Attorney for Executor, Barney Kent
Congress Building
12/18-25. 11-8
CIRCUIT COURT, 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY. FLA.
No. 59C11722
ICAODA M. KOTHE, Plaintiff,
v
LESLIE KOTHE, Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Y' IU, LESLIE K' iTHE, address un-
known, are notified to ser^e copy
of your anawer to the dlvorci im-
n Plaintiff's attoi ni y, Q<
, Blscaym Bldg., Miami,
Florida, ami file original with Clerk
of this court on or h. fore January 18,
itherwtas oomplalnt will be con-
fessed by you. Dec. il, 1959.
K. i! LEATHERMA, Clerk.
(seal) By: k m i.v.man. Deputy
12/18-25, 1/1-8
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 59C11764
POLLY MAE WILLIAMS.
Plaintiff,
JAMES WILLIAMS,
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JAMKS WILLIAMS
J15 East First Street
Macnn. Georgia
You JAMBS WILLIAMS, are here-
by notified that a Bill of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against
you, and you are required to serve a
copv of your Answer or Pleading to
the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's
Attorney. (HUJUIAN & GOLDSTEIN
and file the original Answer or I
Ing In the office of the Clork of the
Circuit Court on or before the 18th
day of January. 1960. If you fail to
do so. Judgment by default will be
taken against von for the relief de-
manded in the Hill of Complaint.
This notice shall he published
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIBIAN.
I>oXB AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 14th day of December.
A.D. 1
E. B. WEATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County Florida
By: K. M I.YM AN.
Deputy Clerk
GOLDMAN GOLDSTEIN
ler Street
Miami. Florida
Attorney, for PUlntlffi2/i8_25>i/i_s


Page 16-B
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UNDER THE STRICT AND CONSTANT SUPERVISION OF
THE ORTHODOX VAAD HAKASHRUTH Of FLORIDA
RABBI DR. ISAAC MIRSH IVIK. WRICTOW
QUANTITY
RIGHTS
RESERVED
O PAt KOSHER MAI
PLEDGED TO OIVE THE Blfl^
AT THf LOWtST PRICE OR YOUR MONET
meat andvRQuLfrv

. STORE
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GRAND OPENING
OF THE NEWEST AND FINEST KOSHER MARKET IN THE SOW
CORAL WAY AT S. W. 87th AVE.
IN WESTCHESTER SHOPPING PLAZA
OPENS TUESDAY, DEC 22nd, 8:30 A. M,
YOUNG
HEN OR TOM

INSPECTED
for (YfcltJomf ii ky
U.S.
U.S. 'A' GRAM
Or pmrtmtml W
Afrktltwrt
PAN READY
KOSHER MADE
KOSH-R-BEST OR LADY ESTHER......8 TO 30 LBS.
BONELESS TRIMMED
CROSS RIB OR AQ
SHOULDER ROAST lb. 07(
BABY LAMB CHOPS.....lb. 89c
SHOULDER LAMB CHOPS.. lb. 79c
Lamb Necks or Shanks.....lb. 23c
Lean Trimmed Flanken.... lb. 49c
CHUCK
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4,
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1
LB.
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MONDAY TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY .... 8:30 A.M. idV P.M.
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Miami. Florid*. Frid.y, December 18, 1959
.
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Ours exclusively, Julian Komar imports
Band-made in the great European tradition
a rears, created by a famed custom designer. Short formal in ivory
rvo stunning "looks" for the most elegant season in ycua, j
t. 1,a sTcirL Long formal, in ivory satin -with dramatic clip-on pannier.
iffon vith tiny, crystal-looped relvet hows on the skuu 4-ong :
. t. 3 i^.W sweater of cobweb lace wool. Each, 275.00. Miami and Miami Beach.
d, topping either one, an exouisite hand-beaded sweater
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Jjurdinc s {-collection x^sffcrs ^J^ove/vj \~^reations
Friday
/*.
The front page of this special
"oliday Fashfcp Supplement fea-
lre"! a Briique ccHTecliorPoffered by
urdine's a bit oi old European
andwork that has been world-
imous for centuries and now
omes from the House of Julian Ko-
lar in New York.
Only the most discriminating of
/omen can appreciate the hand-
ork in these separates. Actually,
ley are so lovely that it scarcely
-eems in keeping to call them "sep-
rates." Inside seams are all com-
letely finished.
The ivory-colored short formal is
t silk chiffon, perfectly gathered to
jrm a full soft skirt. Small ivory-
olored velvet bows are appliqued
ear the hemline, and around these
bows are hand-sewn silver-lined
bugle beads.
Komar's long evening skirt is of
ivory silk satin in the sheath sil-
houette. Accompanying the long
skirt is a peplum which may be
worn to create a different effect. The
peplum is of the same silk satin,
and has panniers attached in the
back that hang slightly below the
hemline to form a court train effect.
To be worn with either the long
or short skirt is a hand-made, lace
knit camisole top. The bodice is
extremely delicate, and the entire
lace work is hand-reembroiderd in
tiny seed pearls and silver-lined
bugle beads. It is in a matching
color to the skirts, and has a scoop-
ed neck and short sleeves. The
OVES AND LIVES IN ClOTHES THAT MOVE
\merican Woman: Fashionable, Graceful
The Fashion-Woman-U.S.A. is ad-
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s much thought of what she will
/ear as what she will serve. She
ves in the country and dresses "up"
o it; she spends most of her time in
jwn but hasn't given up casual
ving.
She's a wonderful-looking worn-
:n with fashion intelligence and a
ong range point of view. She does
lot want a wardrobe revolution; she
till believes in her last season's
^ste. She looks forward to the ex-
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ilhouettes. She buys them to build
m, to wear now. where, when, and
or as long as she pleases.
To her. clothes have become a
personal complement to her taste and
an expression of her individuality.
She likes pre-planned ensembles,
she loves to juggle "spare parts"__
a jacket, a skirt, an odd shirt She
wears a designer's clothes, but not
his stamp.
Most of all, she loves and lives in
clothes that move, silhouettes that
define, never confine, designs that
adapt to and go with her moving
naturally, gracefully, elegantly and
always comfortably.
She's a fashionable woman, not
a woman wearing fashion she's
the prototype oi what a thousand
women want to be.
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V Helen B/ix>efe
PEfGNOR ENSEMBLE Nylon
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sarin applique, in white with
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Smart, High Fashion
Kiddie Brook* and
One of the most popular and
rapidly expanding group oi stores in
the Greater Miami area are the
Henry Sprints Stores. Inc. This
includes the Helen Brooks. Princely,
and Kiddie Brooks shops, and they
have been in business hers for over
33 years.
Busy remodeling and opening
new shops, they still manage to oiler
mart, high fashion clothes. The
new location of the Princely Shop
on Miracle Mile is right in the heart
of the couturier salons. The atmos-
phere in this shop is one of ele-
gance, however their prices are pop
ular.
Their newest shop Is the Helen
Brooks and Kiddie Brooks located in
the new Cutler Ridge Shopping
Plaza, and is one of the most beauti-
ful oi all their shops. Soon to be
opened will be another in their fast-
~*le U ^
?e fabric,^>1
t1ered CJ9
lovely enough ^M
These Komai t-ZA
A? the other 4 C
collections Burdinsi
James Gaktnoe.
Galanos it ^
has twice received |
t-oty Award, and ma
"H" of Fame" fc^
born m PhiladetefeT
basic fashion ^,
York- nd completeTTJ
One of the 0**0*1
ensembles in the Gay"
mablackwool-ilkc
fingertip-length, doul
coat is suggested at,
double. It it the mags,
the jacket that nMbti,
ing, featuring a subtW sj
slightly concaved li|
front of the jacket *n|
set sleeves cut straight'
back of the jacket H|
sic, yet advanced
stylish for the next '
Under the jacks; i
dress is the epitome af I
has a low cut, set in imi
seam cut to the bad
rounded neckline, tad |*
molded over the hips.
These are two d
designers whose gc
dine's Gold Coast m
are among the most i
tions being shown.
at Helen Br
Princely Shops)
growing chain in Jhessfl
Shopping Plaza on KWlJ
37th ave.. just aaoa inf
Flagler Kennel Cnjb.
Actively coopeistiiig i
local organizations, th*|
are often seen at fash*
anted for Hadassah.'1
Cerebral Palsy
among many i
The Kiddie Broob i
pletely outfit both ho'
from the layette to ***J
women have been
children at Kiddie Bi
lowing numerous
adding a pre-teen
new Cutler Ridge
this collection by the I
ruary.
No matter what i
you live in, one of
available to you ""j
to Cutler Ridge.
KifJair B/m
featuring
INFANTS TOTS
* TODDLERS
Boys and Girls
WEARING
APPAREL
"or Every
Occasion
* HewKnsj Ave.
"19 Red Road
* Ms* Mwy.
ME, TO


Jecember 18, 1959
-JenlstincrMiarj
Page 3C
MRS. DANIEL HERMAN sketched in a Sandra Pott gown she
will wear at the Variety Children's Hospital Ball here Ian. 10.
iety Children's Hospital Ball Jan. 10
tched here is Mrs. Daniel H.
m, chairman of the dinner
to be held far the benefit of
iety Children's Hospital on
at the Eden Roc hotel.
details will be served in the
il room, with dinner and the
low following in the Pompeii
The most exciting time of the
ag will be the presentation of a
prize a round trip to Paris
The trip will be via Air France,
and was arranged through the co-
operation of Jacques Turner, French
Consul here. The hotel accommo-
dations included in the prize were
in cooperation with Milton Cole-
man, of International Tours. The
evening will be entitled "An Amer-
ican in Paris."
In charge of tickets are Mrs. Her-
man and Mrs. Gilbert Chaplin.
mmmmm
JL~ we
CORSETRY AND LINGERIE
326 Miracle Mile
Introduces Name Brands
nd Custom-Made Foundations
ro the Lady who
Desires Perfect Fit .
BLACK LACE
OVER PINK SATIN
$110.00
Bridal Gowns
That are Flattering
A clear picture of what the fash-
ion future holds, may be found at
Parsons. They were impressed,
wnUe on a recent buying trip to New
York, by the fact that the manufac-
turers recognize the American wom-
en s liking for clothes that flatter.
This is exemplified by the return to
normal waistlines, and the fact that
EKi** more extreme skirts like the
hobble no longer detract from the
truly feminine form.
Parsons has operated their shop
on Coral Way for a number of years,
and because of numerous requests
opened a second shop in North Mi-
ami Beach. The Coral Way shop is
well-known for its unusual display
window built out to the sidewalk.
The window is open on all four
sides, and is at the entrance of the
walk leading into the shop, making
it easy for women to examine the
gowns on display.
Another fashion trend is the'
growing popularity of the long eve-
ning gown. Parsons recommends a
fabric stole or evening coat as the
wrap to wear this year.
In addition to their complete line
of afternoon, cocktail and evening
dresses. Parsons is noted for their
large collection of bridal gowns.
Popularly-priced dresses are also
available from a large selection for
the bridesmaid. Both the mother of
the bride and groom can complete
their wedding shopping at Parsons
With the assurance that their gowns
will blend with the color scheme de-
cided upon by the bride, and that
the fabrics will complement each
other.
HI I 11 It: It:... ,i I !;mi'i:i.i,i'i|iii|:|:
A.
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MISS DOLORES JACQUES
native Miamian
&4bout the tzArtist
The fashion sketches in this
special Fashion Supplement
are the creations of Miss Do-
lores Jacques, who is a native
of Miami, and attended local
schools.
She studied fashion illustra-
tion at the Spencer Tart School
of Art. Most of her time is spent
at her profession. Many of the
sketches used in local news-
; paper advertising comes from
Miss Jacques' drawing board.
To produce her sketches for
this supplement she studied a
series of snapshots, then went
to the various shops to person-
ally examine the gowns. Work-
ing from rough preliminary
sketches and the snapshots.
Miss Jacques produced the
drawings.
t^peciali
eciaiiztn
w
in
GOWNS
for ecus ions
starting from
$2495
ALSO A
Complete Line of
EVENING COATS
AND
WRAPS
arsoqs
3410 CORAL WAY
Open Monday Nite Til 9
163rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER
Open Monday and Friday Nite Til 9
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A NEW APPROACH TO GETTING ACQUAINTED
Panoramic View of What
MiamiV Finer Shops Offer
In this, our first Fashion Supple-
ment for The Jewish Floridian. we
have tried to do something a little
different.
While it is by no means a com-
plete survey of the local fashion pic-
ture, we have attempted to help give
you some insight into just what
many of Greater Miami's finest
shops offer.
Newcomers to the area, as well
EDITH APPLEBAUM
Jjmmttff of lt\
CIMCH
"1 consider woman as a beauti-
ul romantic animal, that may be
idorned with furs and feathers,
">earls and diamonds, ores and
ailks."
Joseph Addison
as many of you who have lived here
for years, sometimes become be-
wildered about just where to shop
for something special. In these col-
umns, we have briefly described
their methods, the type of merchan-
dise they carry, something about the
shops themselves, and helpful side-
lights relating to the shop owners.
This "get-acquainted" idea is one
we hope you like. In addition, many
women are now actively working
on holiday-time civic and philan-
thropic projects, and so we've tried
to advise you as to when and where
some of these glamorous affairs will
be taking place.
Looking one's best is something
every woman hopes to achieve.
Gowns and smart daytime dresses,
however lovely they may be, will
lose their "extra something" if there's
an "extra something" also gone to
waist.
This, In conjunction with our fash-
ion hints, should combine to make
the coming holiday season one of
the happiest ever.
Look your best, and feel your best
Put you beet foot forward 'neath a
leek calf topped by an ensemble
that will make heads turn. This
doesn't necessarily take great ex-
pense. But it does take careful plan-
ning and good taste. Toward these
ingredients, we anticipate you will
be helped along through a careful
perusal of our Fashion Supplement
Happy Holiday!
>ne
m LINCOLN ROAD, Ml.
Jf M12I
hJ,"rvtfy face
and^hioned1or
>0urptance;, *
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seUct>n*Ubut0US
far or a fUf
d;apcd sueater
from **
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//
COLO STOtASI VAULTS AN|
WOmoOMS ON HUMim
I/m 0* CUffi Or IffA-Wmt
DIAMOND JUBILEE ARRANGEMENTS corrurZeTT"?
in behalf of*. National Children'. CssC *'
0r.itm? "r*** *mdt ,acqu~ *- ***Z* ii?i
W.intraub. Paul Rimmelr. and Leo Ratner. Mr, iw J
Ratner are committee co-chairmen. *"*
Elegance in Furs by Mr. Herr
Furs by Mr. Herman is owned by
Albert Herman, who is well-known
to residents of Dade and Broward
counties.
Mr- "H" started in the fur busi-
ness some thirty years ago on the
ground floor while attending school,
making him the fifth generation in
the fur business. The raw fur busi-
ness was the first step m his long
career, handling of the pelts and
then into manufacturing of fur
pieces. He became one of the out-
standing manufacturers of furs in
New York, and is capable of making
a fur garment from the elections of
pelts to the completion of the oar-
ment *^
Mr. Herman had other interests
to mind when he came to Miami
Beach, but he was sought by a local
turner because of his past experi-
ence. r^
During the yean In k.
Lincoln rd. Mr. Hem*]
many friend* and
cause of his advict <|
fur dollars wisely.
Furs by Mr. Herao|
elegant decor to a
furs in a wide prioj i_
the budget-wise buys.
Without Extravagaw" ii
Mr. Herman adopted i
ago.
Furs by Mr. Heanj
cold storage rauhi on ftj
which offer the custturj
ience of entering to L_
piece or replacing a mm
ing business hours at ml
Mr. Herman also featmsj
for the grooming of isw
free to the customer! oil
vaults, no matter wh
purchased their fun.
Sareze: Mark of Fashion in Sports
Sareze Sportswear has been a
fashion mark for so long that tourists
from all over the country save their
sportswear buyina until they come
to Miami where they can buy it at
Sareze.
Mr. and Mrs. George B. Feller,
who originated the Sareze line four-
teen years ago, have now officially *
reentered the business. They are
featuring some of the same Sareze
styles that have remained popular
over the intervening years because
of their classic styling, excellent fit
and beautiful fabrics.
They manufacture, and sell in
_.".. retaU ,tore' housands of
sportswear items in sizes six to twen-
ty, and in a range oft
colors from basics B|
jewel tones.
Sareze specialises s]
and are especially i
pants, particularly psMJ
Tailored to flatter the fJ
the distinctive quality i\
wear.
The Fellers hare bsefl
since 1926, and are dam
of Beth David Synagossv]
neer family is well
participation in citric asdl
pic projects, and canes} I
organizations they bekojfj
world-famous 100 Club 1
Beach.
The Original 0*
ARE BACK!
WITH THf TKRIWC VAl*
AMD STYLES THAT MA
SAREZE FAMOUS!
GEORGE FEllER
President and originator
of Sareze Sportswear
miaj iMACH'CtM*,,l,l


>er 18. 1959
*JenistncrldUari
isive
Sicilian JKmts Page SC
artUxf s: jfctsliion <
ke most exciting bits of
[fashion"front is the'col^
lian knits to be found
Hartley's. This com-
.year collection was
expressly for Hartley's.
resses are full-fashion-
[of a flat knit Marino
[are 100 percent wool,
waists, and come in
ty of colors, including
beige, blue and green,
jry with both short and
sleeves being shown,
lassie in basic styling,
are double-breasted,
lers feature a nautical
kit dress ensembles are
\d bodice combinations,
Df the dreses even have
latching cardigans.
is featuring one of the
[dresses made in a sun-
with triple-string shoul-
a white base with mul-
8s encircling the bodice
iown to the hemline, in
Iwidths.
[the other Italin imports
pth Hartley's are unusual.
rdinates. They feature
body, striking colors
land a definite continen-
vent
. Jal lpok. The Jamaica sets especial-
weaves UnlqUe Clors and
The answer of what to wear for
tasua comfort is found in the three-
piece Italian cotton dress sets, which
are composed of skirt, blouse, and
shorts For swimwear it's the cot-
ton bikini, covered with the tie silk
scarve shirts.
In addition to this most beautiful
and interesting Italian collection,
Hartley s has a complete collection
of women's dreses, from the early
morning dress to the most elaborate
of cocktail and formal wear. Es-
pecially for the many dinners and
dances planned, Hartley's not only
has the necessary gowns, but all the
accessories, as well. They begin
with the lingerie. Aid complete the
picture with shoes, jewelry and furs.
Many of the Italian knits that
have been ordered are just begin-
ning to reach the store. New pieces
arrive almost daily, and it will be
several weeks before their collection
is complete. Hartley's has already
reordered several pieces; as fast as
their shipments arrive, customers
are waiting for them. The price of
these knits is well within the popular
price range.
Silhouette Narrows for the 60's
lion prediction in hair
ie "Jetting 60's," accord-
li, is the new Swan Line,
ises his prediction on the
jinated in Paris by Fran-
ree.
^r ^^^^ta
P*M
**- J
3 '
1 ~ Brae 1 a
"Swan Look." coiffure
by the J. Bold! Salons.
Working in a government-super-
vised operation, this group creates
hair lines according to the designs
of the couturiers. In keeping with
fast moving travelers throughout the
world, it has become necessary to
create coiffures than can be under-
stood and duplicated in every coun-
try.
J. Baldi calls attention to the fact
that the silhouette for the 60's has
narrowed. The hair is closer to the
head, with emphasis on femininity.
This is achieved by wisping the hair
towards the face with a soft casual
wave, or curls moving toward front
crown. The back moves either up-
ward or downward in a waved cap
effect. The upward life of the hair
line is very flattering, since lines
that go up tend to be youthful, while
lines going down tend to age.
In keeping with the many social
activties planned for the next few
months, J. Baldi recommends the
new Swan Line to complement the
slim lines in gowns. His salons
are located in several areas here for
customer convenience.
izAk f-^erfed ^Appointment
FOR
TOTAL
LUXURY
Coiffure
Designer
4 Famous Addresses for Your Convenience
U GABLES, SOUTH MIAMI, LITTLE RIVER, AND MIAMI BEACH
Shop t Hartley'.
Byery Njgbt M9



.


TROPICAL
AM ERICA



Page 6-C
+Jelstncr*MM
J-ashion Views bu J&esiqner Adele Simpson has been prob-
ing the sub-conscious desires of the
women oi America who love good
clothes and have Ihe means to en-
joy them* in other words, her own
wide and justifiably trusting public.
Her observations have convin-
ced Mrs. Simpson that three desires
will spring from changing needs of
life, changing social attitudes, and
changing values of what is impor-
tant. The result: not one but three
new faces of fashion. They are:
A desire to "look tailored." neat-
ness without strictness, appreciation
for skill and precision, a desire ful-
impson
filled by suits with a continental
eclat, of men's wear stripes and wor-
steds by day, of sumptuous bro-
cades by night.
A desire to 'look'"swagger,"
vastly different from "looking cas-
ual" in a sweater and skirt. This
swagger is rakish and dashing with
the line of the garment underplaying
the beauty of the labric.
A desire to "look precious," a
new refinement in the art of being
a woman, more subtle than "look-
ing daring" or "looking pretty,"
shifting emphasis to grace of line,
opulence of fabric, dignity of wear-
ing, pride of possession.
Distinctive Apparel for Women
Of All Sizes at Ruth Bay less
Located on Lincoln rd. since 1936,
the Ruth Bayless shop is known for
distinctive apparel for all sizes. Be-
ginning with the very small woman
who wears only a size seven or
eight, Ruth Bayless goes up to size
twenty.
The half-size woman is the one
to whom Miss Bayless caters. A
complete collection from size 12V4
to 24'.2, especially of holiday
gowns, is what makes shopping for
many women so easy.
Junior sizes from five to fifteen
aie cut for the slightly shorter and
rounder figure with a high waistline.
The misses sizes are from eight to
twenty, and are cut for the taller,
slimmer figure, with a long waist
On adding years, and sometimes
pounds, neither of these size ranges
seems to fit just right. That is where
the half-size comes into the picture.
These dreses cue cut for the more
matronly figure, but with the same
flair as the junior sizes feature.
The half-size is a size group, not
an age group. It is made to fit a
woman with a high waistline, full
bust, and hips. Many of the half-
sizes are the exact same style as
the juniors and misses, only cut to
fit a woman with a different type of
build.
Ruth Bayless has a large collec-
tion of dressy half-sizes. Some of
the more popular fabrics axe the
gold lames and silk organzas. These
gowns are appropriate for all types
of special affairs, and are reason-
ably priced.
Daytime, travel wear, and cock-
tail dresses expertly fitted to each
individual is what has made the
Ruth Bayless shop so well-known
for so many years
Ruth Dayle5.
704 LINCON ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
DISTINCTIVE APPAREL
SIZES FROM
7-15; 8-20; 12^-24*
Of way to wafc in a glow #.
glow of fUttwiog attention, wh*, ^
lip into *. lov,ly ,**>, rt^ ..tom^
"ckWhw.,* ,*,. I^ou, .mbroid*^
on tto1 rayon and cotton ground.
CREASE RESISTANT OF COURSEI
Your Choice of Lovely Shades
you'll catch every eye h this embroidered sheath
v*l?
X
MRS. MURRAY LEVTNt sketched in the Mother's Beautiful gm [
he wort at the Diplomatic Ball honoring Israel Aabasxni
Avraham Harmon hold on Dec 5 at the Fontainebkau km
Rentner Creations Focus on Body Lines
In the Linear. Silhouette, as in-
terpreted by Maurice Rentner, Ltd..
fashion focuses on the linen of the
hody, with greater freedom being
expressed in the longer-jacket theme.
Ease at the waistline is character
ised by smoking jacket suite." cas-
ually belted. Other suits are gently
fitted and are shown with or with-
out belts.
Dresses, with elegant unbroken
lines, are shapely an!
back-the-figuie story.
Demi-Linear suits hate i
line jackets, with rabtk
and are interpreted in a to
typifying a new classic.
The Curvilinear Silhoo**'
into play in afternoon and r
fashions. Its theme of to"1
and gently-rounded tkrt
eese to the natural cam
body.
fa slti
J,
ion productions
Id
produced
coordinated
commentated
-**
2230 $ w. tr*
**'
Edith AppJebeum


amber 18, 1959
THE TOUCH Of THE COUTURIER
Page 7-C
ie Variety of Distinctive
ier+s Fashions at Marlane's
in the heart oi downtown
the Marlane Shop, where
icialize in clothes with a
^iginals of some of the most
m designers are to be found
long them Estevez, Lili An,
ert Morton.
^ne's carry a very large se-
coclctail and formal wear,
I range from 5 to 20. For the
[who prefers to shop in an
Bre of undisturbed privacy,
I's have opened the Queen's
where surrounded by paint-
may shop in an elegant
rely manner.
couturier touch is achieved
lane's in their ability to re-
ply gown i especially for-
V like a long gown that
at to look a little different.
I simple matter for their staff.
Son to re-designing gowns,
rs also create many of their
ginals.
ine's are noted for origin-
nd individuality in their
iTheir clothes are high style,
avoid fads by stressing
bs, with the result that they
go out of style.
|tesy and individual interest
customer by the members
Istaff are Marlane's manner.
nor street wear, and suits in
Ition to formal wear, make
ck as flexible as the price
I Beginning with the propular-
fiftHS^ ** col,ec,ion 9<*"
prices ^ l CU,Urier 0li*l
*h*Ano,her .featu> of Marlane's is
then extensive Bridal Salon. Their
P. tsburgh store is one of the largest
bridal shops in the country. And
!neLlevae7cmr ^ ** *"*
There, as in Miami, they dress
not only the bride, but the brides-
maids, Dower girl, and mother of
the bride, as well. For over a guar-
ter of a century, Marlane's have
been one of the leaders in the bridal
gown industry. They design and
make most of their gowns, and
create gowns for the remainder of
the wedding party to blend in line,
style, and fabric.
H
GETTING HAIR STYLE pointers from specialist J. Baldi are Mrs. Her-
man Boren (left) and Mrs. Louis Seitlin at a recent "Day with J. Baldi"
sponsored by Beth David Congregation Sisterhood.
Dior Features the 'Willow Look' of Yves St. Laurent
In the winter collection, Christian
Dior presents the "Willow Look"
created by Yves St. Laurent. With
the American way of life firmly in
mind, his new silhouette emphasizes
both suppleness of line and freedom
of motion. It is a collection varied
in outline, but always precise and
never cluttered with superfluous de-
tail.
Shoulders are wider, without be-
ing exaggerated. Often the
shoulder seam is dropped.
Waistlines are most often in
their natural place, cinched by
wide belts or crushed cummer-
bunds.
Skirts are slightly longer, giving
a balanced and graceful look to
the figure.
9 Fabrics are sumptuous in color
and texture, but much lighter in
in weight in keeping with the
"Willow Look."
Colors are vibrant. The most
exciting new one is Bleu de
France. There is a most en-
chanting aubergine and many
varied shades of leafy greens
and browns, and clear wine
reds.
Collars are newly beautiful,
cut with great finesse.
Coats are fabulous in several
new shapes. Some are loose
enough to be worn over suits
without being cumbersome. And
others are slim, but all have a
masterful new cut
OKH MON.
FBI. NITI
1*
FASHIONS
CORNER of S.E. 1st ST. and MIAMI AVE.


Page 8-C
*Jen 1st HcrkMnn
Priday.D**^,
Don Mullen:
Doorway to Finery
Celebrating their third anniver-
sary is the Don Mullen Shop on Mir-
acle Mile in Coral Gables. Mullen
has been in (he local fashion picture
for a number of years, and con-
sistently maintains "the doorway to
fashion at its finest."
Showing daytime and travel
wear. Don Mullen is best known for
his sportswear collection. Working
from scientific principles, with color
coordination as a basic premise.
Don Mullen has developed the "art
of the casual."
The top sportswear lines in the
country are utilized in this mixing
and matching formula that produces
the unusual, fashionable, and liv-
able casuals making this shop so
prominent What Mullen does Is
to combine two or three pieces from
different manufacturers to complete
his casuals. There have been many
imitators, but no one seems able to
capture the Mullen flair for sep-
arates.
An artist's palette is used as the
basis of the color schemes for the
firm's windows. Simply looking at
the display is an education in color
coordination, both for separates and
accessories.
Don Mullen cooperates with sev-
eral organizations in their fashion
shows. One of his most recent was
at the University of Miami, sponsor-
ed by Phi Sigma Sigma sorority. A
representative from each sorority
participated, and at the end of the
show the audience decided which
model was to be crowned queen.
In' addition to their complete
sportswear, daytime and travel col-
lection, Don Mullen has not neglect-
ed cocktail and evening dresses.
Unusual and attractive pieces of
costume jewelry are suggested to
complete your ensembles.
ALL MOTHERS-TO-BE
Welcome:
TO OUR NEW IOCATION
371 MIRACLE MILE
Coral Gables
Mothers
Beautiful
PRESENTS

Excitement
Holiday
oj illustrated:
Camellia white
flowered
damask
brocade
designed for
clever
concealment
with beautiful
tapered skirt.
SPICUUY
MMCID
Maternity Clothes With Lovely Flair
Is Mother's Beautiful Major Specialty
Mother's Beautiful has earned for
itself the reputation of featuring so
many attractive maternity fashions
that some women claim one of the
reasons they have babies is to ac-
quire a Mother's Beautiful wardrobe.
Seen at the recent Diplomat Ball
honoring Israel Ambassador Avra-
ham Harmon was Mrs. Murray Le-
vine in a moonstone grey chiffon
from Mother's Beautiful, with the
grey and aqua in the cut velvet
bodice.
Mrs. Levine is past president of
Naomi group of Hadassah.
Mother's Beautiful has been lo-
cated on Lincoln rd. for a number
of years, and after repeated requests
opened a large and attractively-dec-
orated shop on Miracle Mile in
Coral Gables.
Copies of Paris gowns are com-
mon in this highly specialised shop.
One particular silk organza bubble
dress is from a Dior original. It has
a tight-banded hemline that looks
so very fashionable one finds it hard
to believe it is a maternity fashion.
The shop also features long tunics
with tight skirts that camouflage the
figure for many months.
Keeping in mind the many par-
ties planned for the season. Mother's
Beautiful has gold lames, silk bro-
cades, "oaf-tan" Chinese styled
robes, and theatre suits in silk satin
fabrics complete with lace blouses.
Their fashions are much the
same as those of other fashion
houses, with slack sets featuring
fringed poncho tops, cotton knits,
and wool suits and dresses. They
even have maternity sweaters tor
cooler weather.
On Miracle Mile. Mother's Beau-
tiful has the Miss Bergdarf perfumes
exclusively, along with accessories
and boutique items.
NEW DERBY imereUWrtwjJ
this velours-trimmed eras.!
with a small feather plumt *J
up and velvet-edged frltj]
veil. From the Jordan Mss]
collection.
Unusual Engel Fid
Engel Furs is the only hnn
the area to create a mink sobi
out a seam in the back. U
straight and cape stole styles sou
women who are accustomed t el
ing the seam down the center in
back. J
Mr. Engel has been here owi|
teen years In addition to la I
seam minks, which have besi
played at numerous fashion i
he has been treating the I
sweater with an unusual I
fled mink, combinations d ho, l
snaps that permit you to w
eral collars with the same
are but a few of the unique I
on his sweaters.
Engel's Furs is located on I
rd. Mr. Engel also desigu *|
creates his own fur pieoss.
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Supplement is coordnatod bfl
Miss Edith Applebaum. *|
en's editor of The Jawish FUJI
ion. and "Charmingly To*
columnist Photograph
sketches, and fashion M*
have been coordinated by *
Applebaum in the pubk<*|
of the supplement
Styfe ly C/,
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The styles and shapes of after-
dark dresses vary according to the
wearer's choice: High-low skirt, fly-
ing wedge skirt, overskirt. under-fur
sheath, sleeved shapes, swagger
shapes in fabrics of unexpected
richness.
Back-view news is head-turning,
from necklines availed or cowled
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dan *Je*ist> fkrihir
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cat u res
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{-Jriainal ColL
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kown in the fashion illustrators
_ is Mrs. William D. Singer in
lm from the Maxwell Sheiff col-
of Jordan Marsh. With her
nd, who is chairman of the
! of the Royal Castle System, a
Br of the State Road Board,
tras this week selected as "Out-
ling Man of Dade County" for
I Mrs. Singer has been to many
iray places, and shows a de-
, interest in the fabulous fabrics
[Hong Kong.
Be Maxwell Sheiff collections in
esigners Salon of Jordan Marsh
[the noted Beverly Hills design-
fhe gown Mrs. Singer is wear-
eatures a surplice-styled bodice
satin, with the skirt of silk
In. The fullness in the skirt is
(jasized by a double layer of
fchiffon over nylon tulle. The
line dips in the back to a low
ed decolletage. This gown is
ksively for dining and dancing,
he color is appropriately called
ady Alexander."
krdan Marsh is honoring the
kond Jubilee Ball for the benefit
ke National Children's Cardiac
fetal. This formal affair will be
in the Grand ballroom of the
linebleau hotel on Jan. 30, and
kises to be one of the outstand-
kvents of the social season, with
ime star attractions from the
tainment world.
fo assist in the selection of a
for the ball, Jordan Marsh has
feed an exceptionally large col-
On of long formals. The fashion
trend is toward the slim line gown
with panniers, poufs and court trains
m the back. For ease oi movement
m,i Ting' 8me of ,he sheath
?,yes ^ave added a little fullness"
to toe back. The popular bouffant
styles are also available.
Anticipating a record attendance
at the Diamond Jubilee Ball, Jordan
Marsh has also selected many long
formals available in their half-size
and Mrs. departments.
Jordan Marsh is prepared to out-
fit men in the same high s'yle as
women. For the more < onstrvative
man, there is the natural ooking tux-
edo, featuring the natural shoulder
line, and pants with a plain instead
of pleated front. For a more elegant
look, there is the Continental style
tuxedo, with the slightly padded
shoulders, narrow satin lapel and
tapered trousers. Both styles are
cut visually to slim the wearer
down.
The newest in tuxedo fashions is
the Indian Madris jacket, cut with
the full shawl collar. The plaid is
in blue and grey. These may be
worn with either the midnight blue
or black tuxedo trousers.
A gown or tuxedo is not com-
plete until it is properly accessor-
ized. At Jordan Marsh, will be found
jewelry, gloves, and other acces-
sory items, along with shoes. Un-
usual cummerbund and tie sets are
available for men. If new diamonds
are your preference for the Diamond
Jubilee Ball, Jordan Marsh can also
assist in your selection.
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MRS. WILLIAM SINGER sketched in a Maxwell Sheiff original.
This and many other lovely gowns by the noted Beverly Hills
designer will be found in the large Jordan Marsh collection.
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Ann's Importers hare been in
business on Iincoln rd. for a number
of years, and feature a complete col-
lection of dresses, suits, coats, and
coordinates.
Their collection of Dalton coordi-
nates is known all over. The Dalton
sweater is full-fashioned tar fit flat-
tery, and is 100 percent imported vir-
gin cashmere. Ann's Importers spe-
cialise in the Dalton connoisseur silk
knits where the lithe elegance of knit-
ted silk in the blouse and ribbed
Jail create a couturier costume.
The Dalton coordinates feature
nautical styling on the blouse with
a removable tie. hand-detailed rose
print on the blouse, and skirts not
only of soft wool but also of doeskin
flannel and tweeds. For the yachting
et. there is the sweater vest with its
own matching wool doeskin flannel
slacks.
Cocktail dresses are also to be
found at Ann's Importers. One dress
from the Esteves collection that has
been featured in Vogue is available
there. It comes in black or white silk
crepe whh either black fox or white
mink trim on the modified cod
sleeve. r
Their collection of coats and suits
one of the largest in the area. Their
entire second floor is devoted to
tneee, where among many well-
known designers, the complete Lili
An collection is to be found. *
sWAt BOUTIQUf COURCTIONt JEWRRY PROM ITAIY *
High Fashion Without High Prices
Ro'al is an unusual name, and
many people wonder about its ori-
gin. The Miracle Mile shop has been
operated as a husband-and-wife
team for the past thirteen years __
"Ro" for Rose, and "AT for Albert
Friedman.
Ro'al policy is based on the be-
lief that high fashion need not be
high-priced. To make this a reality,
they copy expensive gowns, and
their holiday line features a large
collection of cocktail dresses and
formaLs at popular prices. With the
growing trend toward long formaLs,
Ro'al has all sizes for this season.
The collection includes chiffons,
laces, organsas. brocades, and sev-
eral theatre ensembles.
The satin theatre coat is prom-
inent among their colection. It u
cut full enough to go over a kxrqe
lar and long sleeve, a^ j, ^
able in black, white, fuchsia and tur-
quoise. ""
The Ro'al boutique collection fea-
K!!l2!W*lryJr?m ^T that is hand-
hlhgreed and brushed with gold.
From France and Belgium. Roal oi
fers hand-beaded and peut-point
evening bags at about half the price
> would expect them to be. ^
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NATIVE BAHAMIAN HANDMADE woodcarvina. reprodncsf J
early drawings of King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella ft,,,
other beautiful and artistic pieces are avaUbLs from Island *
crafts. Box 1683. Nassau. Bahamas Visitors to the island oni
their shop on Bank In. off Bay sL. Nassau.
WALL FIAQUES AND FREE-STANDING SCURTURE
Rebirth of Early Bahamian Heritad
More and more tourists are visit-
ing Nassau, in the Bahamas, and
most of them have discovered a new
Bahamian industry This discovery
to reeponefblv far o flood Of band-
carved woodcrafts, suet as wed)
lor Me home and a
Photogwphed are carvings
from early drawings of King Ferdin
and and Queen Isabella of Spain.
The original inhabitants of the Ba-
hamas were the Lucayan Indians,
who carved these statuesnot as
godsbut in homage. The ssssVJtoh
who were influenced by Olmec cul-
ture of Gulf Coast Mexico, were later
completely annihilated by their
Spanish conquerors.
This rebirth of the early Baha-
mian ancestral heritage, utilising
native craftsmen and native mater-
ials is due to John Weber, an, Amer-
ican artist intensely interested in
anthropology. Weber is an indus-
trial designer, who was associated
far 35 years with Pennsylvania
House, one of the noted manufac-
turers of Early American furniture.
After rearing to Bellcore Beach.
Fla.. the Webers vacationed in Nas-
sau, liked it and morsd tsst]
er took a carving as a git Bl
Maura, who is a oaths f
Maura became so
about this unique bit of 1 _
he persuaded Weber to goi
nedship with him to aeJ
souvenirs that speak of nil
Bahamas.
These wall plaque; sn
standing scultprures an sT
made of local wood, isskr
glass and objects boo hi
of the harbor pjeoen"1
metal discardede bom I
ornamental works of cstj
different, and almost all
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temporary
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scaled to a global diiiisMsjl
interpretations of nmetosjif"
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Stance of correct and comfortable garment fit
dels UseT La Rue Foundations
Page 11-C
Lt a recent fashion show pro-
id by Charm Modeling School
[Agency a woman in the audi-
asked where she could pur-
a foundation garment that
Id give her the same flattering
aa that of the models,
^any student models and pro-
Dnals alike go to the La Rue
et and Lingerie Salon on Mir-
Mile in Coral Gables. There,
I Jane Mehallis won't let her cus-
rs buy a garment if it doesn't
foperly.
Rue specialises in a correct
comfortable fit. No matter what
I you are, your fifure can be inj-
ed, and your cksthes will look
more becoming with the correct
foundation garments. Very few mod-
els are born with perfect figure sizes.
El .wRue au?ut3h careful fi'tog
helps these professional models to
wear stock sizes.
nJUlI*0^ h0W t*me a wman
may be clothes will not fit her prop-
erly unless she wears them over
some type of foundation. Heavy-
&oned corsets are not necessary for
the hthe figure, and La Rue fits
these as well as the larger ones.
In addition to their superb fit-
23PJ2 R,ue also "* feminine
and frilly lingerie. Hand-made gift
items are stocked year-round in this
well-known lingerie shop.
>thes Reflect Our Modern Tradition
keeping with modern tradition,
tea range in mood from the most
pious full-skirted gowns to the
elegant jophiaticated slimness.
I Suits will make news with jac-
Icets in several lengths. Some
I are distinctly longer. The necks
Iare often collarless, sometimes
Iworn with a matching stole.
I When collared, there is a won-
Iderful subtlety of cut
: In dresses, there is a return of
I the impeccably-cut simple dress
I in flannel or checked wool, very
Itailored but handsome in de-
Itail. Cocktail and dinner dress-
les have a wide range in feeling,
rom the soignee cover-up two-
-piece dress to the soft full-skirt-
Bd dionefeoowns. Several have
gay little jackets which present
-
an entirely new conception in
this category. The evening
gowns reflect the tradition of the
house of Dior in the many por-
trait gowns shown. Here again
the "Willow Look" is expressed
in the floating movements of the
ball gowns.
I Millinery: The soignee elegance
of the "Willow Look" demands
a hat to complete the costume.
There are more hat, more
height, more bulk for the slen-
. der elongated look for day. And
coiffures and gay little hats are
a "must" for dinner and the
theater. Improbable feathers
are amusing and very flatter-
ing.
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This couturier designer has recently
moved here from Boston. Her aim
is to offer women custom-designed
gowns that are moderately priced,
and her collection begins at a mod-
est S35.
For the little girl who has every-
thing, Francee has originated a col-
lection of children's party dresses
called "Fashion in Flowers." At a
recent fashion show held at the
Americana for the Albert Einstein
group of Hadassah, Francee show-
ed two dresses from this group. One
was a black-eyed susan, and the
other, a blue forget-me-not
Francee also designs for the pre-
teen who has figure problems and
difficulty in being fitted with stock
sizes.
Hand-screened silks are often
used by Francee along with the
many imported fabrics which go
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"THANKS FOR GrVTNG" has special significance for Dawn Brown,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brown, 737 NW 31st st since she
can walk because of gifts made by Dade countians to the United
Fund. The seven-year-old youngster, a cerebral palsy victim, re-
ceives physical therapy treatment at the United Cerebral Palsy Re-
habilitation Center, a United Fund agency. Pictured with Dawn are
(left) Mrs. Manuel Bumstein, 1685 SW 21st St.. a district director in
the Good Neighbor Division of the United Fund, and Mrs. Betty
Birchansky, 620 Malaga, Coral Gables, a captain in the Small Busi-
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Adrian Thai Mink and Sable
In Breath-Taking Original Designs
One of the largest mink collec-
tions in this area is to be found at the
Adrian Thai Fur Salon on Lincoln
rd. Mr. Thai creates some of the
most beautiful pieces available.
New on the fur fashion scene is
the asymetrical swirl. Adrian Thai
has a homo-pastel mink cape stole
with these swirls in stand up tiers
down the back. The swirl detail is
repeated on the collar.
Arcturus mink, which has a tinge
of lavender in it. has also received
unusual treatment. Adrian Thai bid
the highest ever at an auction to
obtain the first Arcturus mink. This
piece is a small capelette, which
may be worn in the conventional
manner, or at an angle over one
shoulder, with the lavender beige
velvet bow high on the other shoul-
der.
The mink jacket, in the practical
25 in. length, takes on new impor-
tance when executed in Breath of
Spring Cerulean. In this jacket the
skins are vertical, with the bracelet-
length sleeves featuring the vertical
swirl stripe.
Adrian Thai has been daring
with natural Russian Sable. Utiliz-
ing the versatile straight stole, he
used the sable in diagonal stripes.
Another of the breath-taking furs is a
cape stole in Azurine violet with a
portrait collar.
In addition to his Lincoln rd.
salon, where he has been a land-
mark for over twenty years. Adrian-
Thai has been located in the Man-
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thirty years. He not only is well-
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Roger Vivier. far the American Dior
shoe collection arm breaking rec-
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look, which is featured in his Prin-
cess and Rocket lasts. The Rocket
has a medium-high Louis heel and
is worn all hours of the day and
evening. It is designed in polished
alligator, calf, satins and brocades.
For evening wear. Dior prefers the
shoe to match the color of the gown,
giving the feeling of guiet elegance.
The House of Dior has
suggested you wear the fol-
lowing items to enhance the
"Willow Look" this season:
* Christian Dior stockings
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Subtle new colors link
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occasion. In addition to
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casual city wear or for
dressy cocktail evenings,
and heavier texture for
country sports and in-
formal wear at home.
Two of the most elegant
new colors ai9 royal
tea, an evanescent green
tone, and teakwood in
the warm brown family.
Candelabra is a lovely
soft gold color.
Jewelry: Strings of beads
or gold chains worn in
high chokers, in color
combinations of somber
greens, jets, rich shades
of burgundy and browns
of all hues. Bracelets
are important again. For
evening, elaborate pen-
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earrings in delicate
groups of stone settings.
* Perfumes: Since the in-
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the Christian Dior per-
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jmber 18, 1959 *Jewistrk>ridHar> Page 7-/ k Orthodoxy Hits Presidents' Group %  r tz, of Wolfie's Lincoln rd. restaurant, pledges his Mion to the 1960 campaign of the United Fund of Dade %  or support of 300 health and welfare services. Looking *iited Fund solicitor Bob Henshaw, of the Fund's ResDivision. Henshaw is Miami Beach supervisor of the Dunty Health Department and a 10-year veteran of ling for the UF and its predecessor organization. to Perform Chanuka Play |Emami-El United Synaith will present a Cha, "Judah Rides Again." ad directed by Trixie Auction will be offered lay morning. 10 and 11 he Temple for religious |dents and their parents mill Chanuka assembly. %  y will alto be seen at Sirlcin Hall at the Tarnved by a recaption and Ind again on Sunday, [at the Seville hotel anManuka breakfast for of the Armed forces. includes Ronald Isaac|ela Greene, Lois Ross, Dbinson, Marjie Frankel, One, Stanley Muravchick, listen, Rosalind Lehrman. Jnck, Howard Hauscr. T .ii. Arthur Rubin, and Iz. uirls are Judy Feldman, kit hman, Linda Gordon na Glassman. Mrs. Ben provide the piano accomL'SY advisor is Mrs. % num. Continued from Page 1-A American Jewish coordinating body which is independent of pobttcal influences';" the Conference constituency was "unduly restricted;" and that the way the Conference conducted its work "impairs the organizational sovereignty of its members." He contended that the Jewish Agency "originated and sponsored" the Conference and "still plans to pay for 50 percent of the budget." "While it is proper for presidents to be convened by the Jewish Agency concerning a crisis in Israel, it is quite a different matter for Jewish organizations to so identify themselves in an organization that must deal with the United States Government and other bodies," the Orthodox leader asserted. "In such situations, the independence of American Jewish organizations will be of prime importance as far as their effectiveness is concerned." He added that to assure "the Jewish Agency of control, the Zionist organizations comprise practically a majority. They vote equally with non-Zionists organizations, both secular and religious, many of which represent vast constituencies." Lauding the record of the Zionist groups as "a striking one indeed." he insisted nevertheless that "their purposes as wall as those of the American Jewish community can be harmed more than benefitted by the implications inherent in such an organization." Dr. Goldmann noted, In his reply, that during the years Mr. Feuerstein had participated in the Presidents' Conference, he had never raised any of these objections. Mr. Goldmann said he did not want to argue, only to correct the "distortions." Dr. Goldmann denied that the initiative to "regularize" the Conference came from him. He said it was the idea of "the presidents of a number of organizations, who felt that after five years of existence, the Conference should operate in a more regular form with elected chairmen and a budget," a proposal he said he fully approved. "It is the best indication that the Jewish Agency does not want to dominate the Presidents' Conference because this regularization implied obviously that I should no longer be the de facto chairman since another chairman would be elected every year," he added Denying the charge of Zionist domination, Dr. Goldmann said that the Conference operates or the principle of unanimity am no majority vote can bind dls senting organizations. He adde that the composition of the Con ference was originally based o' a "kind of 50-50 membership a between Zionist and non-Zionis groups" and that the origin* list of presidents "wes fully ar proved" at the first meeting. Stressing that he had "often ; vocated the admission of ngroups," Dr. Goldmann said tl "if no new organization has be admitted, this was because of ( cisions of the whole membershi He alsb said that "the Jewish / ency has never insisted on pro\ ing the whole budget or even 1. the budget" and that the Agewas "perfectly willing to prov -our share as one of the 18 org; zations. Largest Holiday Bonus Largest bonus in Holsum histr $34,074, is being distributed I holiday season, Jodean Cash, I ery president, announced h' Cash said distribution of the bo began Dec. 5. Cash said bom and holiday parties are am events given by Holsum Baker South Miami in appreciation employees' sesrvice and loyalt; Observation Week' is school of Temple TifDb will open its doors with [Observation Week" Dec. 24. IIEQRNJA'S JWER California's World. overlooking the Blue Pocifle tnttti tho MO. Twenty minutes Moral Airport. 450 luxurious itgalowe, all with televhion ond convention faeilifiM. Banquet B 2,000, air-conditioned. Exciting Room and Cantoneie Room. %  Ing pool;Beautiful grounds and %  decapod garden*. Rates from $B it. Wi I lion W. DeaaslV, Gen. Mgr, U.S.A. ond In HAWAII SSAGLIA OF GOOD LIVING MASSAGUA, JR.. Preileenr IASSA6UA Hcmas — >NICA, CAU. Hotel Mtrem CALIF. Hotel telete Clelf* %  CH, CALIF. Hotel Wlltea I.M. Hotel teecke %  OUI. Hetel Freeclecaa JOIO. Hetel Pert leee [TON, DC. Hotel Relele* CONN. Hetel _. ". PA. Hetel Ss.r-ve ATI, O. Hotel lietee 1 CITY Hetel N.. YorleT RU Hetel WelilU SlltmerO orl-fom.o kotoli — sendee—fatally Nee The Star of David now shines over 16 lands Recently, an El Al passenger summed up his feelings aooutth airline thi. way: "When I stood on the witting am a t the Amsterdam airport and saw that big beauUful Britannia with the Star of David on if tail c me „ for a landing, I was proud. Believe me I was proud. People all over the world, in New York, Ter Aviv, London, Part Rome, Berlin, Brussels, Amsterdam Zurich, Vienna. Athens, Istanbul, Met*. Uganda, Johannesburgr and Teheran now look up and see the Star of David flashing across the skies. When El Al was first established in 1949, right after Independence, it was a tiny 3-stop airline. But as Israel'sneeds grew, El Al grew with them. Today, its giant jet-powered Britannias service sixteen 1 nations on four continents. And besides carrying thousands upon thousands of passengers, El Al has become a major lifeline between Israel and the outside world.



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cember 18, 1959 Jen 1st ikrMian y Chaplain Joins Reform Staff PATI— The appointment Nelson Glueck rnii ODO i„ .Ma L. Goldberg as as-j president ," C?"egc ; Inst.tutestaff chaplain of the Navy's Eastlie president of Hebrew Capt. Goldberg retires Jan 1 ,!! rn Sea Front *'The first raDbi tge-Jewish Institute of district chaplain of the Third N.v i ZT'TJ 0 !" as a naval chaplain [a nnounced here b y Dr. I al District of the U.S Navy and as ZZ^t ^ ?' he has for some [ ~~~~ %  y beC thc "ighest-ranking Jewish chaplain in active naval service. He it also the first Jewish chaplain to hava completed a full tour of duty culminating in retireiffimt. ** His new appointment brings him back in an executive capacity to Pcrae 11-B =3 the school where he prepared for the rabbinate and was ordained in 1926. His headquarters will be at the New York school, 40 W, 68th st. A Navy chaplain since J942, hewas yarned district chaplain in 1949 and commissioned a captain in 1951. During Navy service, he tarried out many official missions. • •, NEW! MOTTS AM 9 "good health" fruit juices in this ona delicious breakfast drink! It \ 4ouce 7//' Holiday health with MOTTS PUREST QUALITY. FINEST VALUE K EANS Kosher UNDER STRICT RABBINICAL SUPERVISION Delicious, 100% pure More people drink Sunsweetand-trust itthan all other prune juices combined. Motts makes it marvelous— made from 5 kinds of finest apples. Cooked prunes, ready to serve-choice, plump, "juicy" deliciousl MOTTSt (f*uut juice (f) NEW! MOTT'S PM Exciting fruit juice refresher for afternoon or any time pick-me-up! New! Thrilling taste... rich, red, rioe raspberries blended with finest apples. New! Luscious, &f angy taste of ripe red cranberries and finest apples. | MOTTS § ouxnhennfy CLAPP'S KOSHER AND PARVE BABY AND JUNIOR FOODS PRODUCED BY DUFFY-MOTT ML CEREALS ALL FRUITS ALL PUDDINGS VEGETABLE SOUPS ALL JUICES



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Page 10-A +Jmi§l> tWrktton Hebrew Academy prepares for its 12th annual dinner at the Fontainebleau hotel Jan. 24. Wolfie Cohen has accepted the chairmanship of the dinner. Dr. Milton Lubar will be chairman of the arrangements committee. Standing (left to right) are Hebrew Academy president B. I. Binder, Cohen, and Dr. Lubar. Seated (left to right) are Harry Genet, chairman, executive committee; Samuel Reinhardt, vice president; and Louis Merwitrer, vice president Roth on ADL Nat'l Committee Burnett Raft, I Miami Beach, has been elected to the national executive e of the Anh Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. The ilvit.cn took place at th^ 46th annual of the Le.i Uooal commission in New York City laaf weak. The announcement was mad* by Paul Seiderm.n, Florida regional board chairman of the ADL, who said that the election is a tribute to Roth for his many years of imaginative and fine service to the cause of understanding among Americans of • II religions and backgrounds." The Anti-Defamation League is a national human re: !ucauith ,h <' and P' ther nil! crned br a .v L'r am: 1 of 1 cha.rnijn of th< committ board of the A: tion i Guided Tour Announced Guided tour to Israel during Passover. 1960 under the auspices of Dr. Zev Kogan, executive director of the Jewish National Fund Council here, was announced WedMadaj by Sol Goldman, chairman of the J.VF Council board. lnf..r mation is available at the JNF office, 600 Lincoln rd. Pallet Joins Bank's Board \V:lliam L. x Pallot. former Miami city attorney, nil take Ml place on the board of directors of Miami rial Bank on Monday, according to Lou Polkr, bank spokest. who lives at 511 Santona Coral Gablehaheld nutiblic posts lines enter practice here in 1946. Me has boon a judge in Municipal Court, chairman of the poetic workcommittee of Miami North Miami City attor:. Miami reel :nd a member of the 3M and Metro Charter boards. Pallot is a member or the shrine, and B'nai Brith He \g the father of three children. 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Mr. Ben-Gurion had insisted that [ all members of the Cabinet be bound by Cabinet decisions and had proposed a "discipline clause" at a condition for participation in the coalition. This clause provided that a member of the Cabinet who votes against a Government measure must reaifB. To ensure this, Mr. Ben Gunon demands legislation empowering the Cabinet majority to dismiss a minister who does not resign as a result of defection. The Premier wants to avoid any repetition of what happened last year when the representatives of the Mapam j*A Achdut Avodah in the Government and their party mem bers in Parliament voted against the Government onjfc German arms Issue. Wnen the ministerrefused to resign, Mr. Ben-Gurion had to submit the resignation of bis entire Cabinet. The two labor parties, in the current coalition negotiations, flatly rejected the demand. In statements they issued separately, both took the position that they could not give up their position on cer tain questions such as Israeli-German relations and the question of military Government in areas of Israel, and both opposed legislative proposals that would enable the Prime Minister to dismiss mem bers of his cabinet without pre senting a new Government to the Parliament for approval. P"o and hi, odllZSl •* B ur9 .Jfj Govern*,.* !" f •harp conflict m W !" a Jew?Now Mr. Shapiro., ,u to the Gown the %  rmnisirjwhich haai and administration of a Oon registry ^ u Ihted. This j, S] certain sjg n that Urn w and buneaanam,,,^^ which created the fJ be revived. LCHAYIM! To Jews Who Helped Build America FRANCIS SALVADOR 1747-1776 The first Jew to hold legislative office in the New Wflji Francis Salvador was elected to South Carolina's ProvaoJ Congress in 1774 and later to the newly-formed State*! sembly. He was killed shortly thereafter in the Revolution] War. 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cember 18, 1959 ?Je*isti fhiilltr -*i->BISCAYNE BLVD. 1317 iis cayne eVt). cr i 6Z9, %  %  %  >.' %  |open;qaroge §< i -IJ71IN.BAYSHORE-DRIVE sposed Federation site at 1317 Biscayne blvd. Corsage Now Available for Mother Occasion of Bar or Bas Mitzvah others whose sons and are about to become (as Mitzvah now have additional pride. For iportant day, they can est foot forward with a kch. %  other look more stunever if she wears a this sanctified occaNOTISM SELFHYPHOSIS the mind an* body miracksponds to Hypnotherapy. lata bad habits; Smoking: [insomnia; Female Disor%  plexss; Nervous Tension: [Confidence; Overweight; f; Allergies; Etc. Improve nentally and physically. |T. H. AFPLEBY, Mi.D. |ly Hypnotherapy Clinic 12nd Ave. HI 8-S033 Copyright 1959 sion? "Corsage for You" is the name of a new feature of The Jewish Floridian. These are the simple rules to follow in order to receive your free corsage: Address a postcard to "Corsage for You," e/o The Jewish Floridian, P.O. Box 2973, Miami 1, Fla., at least 14 days prior to the date of the Bar or Bas Mitzvah ceremony. List the following details: e Your name, address, and telephone number. • Name of the confirmand. e Date of the Bar or Bas Mitzvah. will be observed, e Place where the ceremony The corsage will be presented free of charge through the courtesy of The Jewish Floridian by arrangements with the Blackstone Flower Shops. ___ Federation Will Vote on Site Proposal Tuesday A committee on permanent quarters will recommend to the board of governors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation the purchase of a parcel of land at 1317 Biscayne blvd., when the board meets Tuesday evening at the Algiers hotel. The site has been made available by Bessemer Properties, Inc., and is located on the northeast corner of Biscayne bivd. and MacArthur Causeway. It covers a large part of the block, extending east to N. Bayshore dr. Stanley C. Myers, chairman of tho Federation committee, declared that "all these who have seen the site since the committee voted unanimously last week to recommend its purchase feel that it is just what we have been looking for." Federation has been in search | of new quarters for several years, following its move from 420 Lincoln rd. to 424 Lincoln In., where its offices are currently located. "The recommended site is highly desirable from many points of view," Myers declared. "The existing facilities can be used until such time as Federation will be ready to erect a new building. Two floors of the present facilities are now air-conditioned, and would be available for immediate occupancy." Myers added that the site also has adequate parking, easy accessibility, and room for future expansion. )W LONG HAVE YOU BEEN DRINKING OUNTAIN VALLEY WATER? Some of our customers have been using this world-renowned water from Hot Springs, Arkansas for generations! 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Pag 14-A +-k>lstrh+kfc*n Browsing With Books: By HI1ARY MINDitN For All its Brevity, a Workmanlike Economic Sun* THE AMERICAN BRIDGE TO THE ISRAEL COMMONWEALTH. By B. A. RoMnbUtt. 12a pp. N.w York: Farrar, Straws and Cudahy. $3.00 JUDGE BERNARD ROSENBLATT, longtime Zionist and ** former president of the Jewish National Fund of America and the Keren Hayesod, has been actively involved with Palestinian development since 1H. Since the establishment of the Jewish State, he has been a director of the Israel Land Development Company and cial Zionism" and "Federatad Palestine and the Jewish Commonwealth." This book is economic, not sociological or philosophical; the title is a bit misleading, perhaps. Nor is it a fluffy mass of idealism; for all its brevity, the book presents combination of competition with ooe vidual liberty." Ju*Uc* basti, Judge Rosenblatt spell s of his plan; they in'efudra^Lm"/ "^l Judge Rosenblatt's proposals in thorough, workmanlike a land reform in which the n ^ publi procession. Israel has already pioneered in setting up the Fund would be extended in K*" ,he Kvutzah (and Moahav) system of farm-labor cooperative*, present agricultural holdino. !" ? Unds a voluntary socialism which the author terms a "social districting the country and ele r "** borrows from th -„.;.._ ing ,0 "V |i* .. %  .... ..<=...-. —. mm, K-- — ""~-r r uuu WUU1Q De extended to tirh— Kvutzah (and Moahav) system of farm-labor cooperative!, present agricultural nolduw. S a voluntary socialism which the author terms a "social districting the country and PI %  commonwealth." Some of the dangers inherent in a fully borrows from the AmerirL i to socialist society, which he points out. can be obliterated auggests that America utiH,?",fc '" **' hv the infusion of nrivate initiative, so that, in a unique tt>m "f Hr.i„ „ .v. ... u <* % %  Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN other enterprises; be is now chairman of the Federation socialist awiaj>, mara m pwuw •, v. ••-a % %  m a a ii tni T — "*= for the JNF; he is the author of two previous books, "Soby the infusion of private initiative, so that, in a unique tern "to drain off the unemnin OftO0fmt ^i ^^_________ "** pre-ence • wito.bohK 1 These are. I think, the main paint, side issues are of import to the *k The Utle. as has been iaid i. !" ?, ^ I clear exactly wh.t^.e fferic.^jj* mentioned are not exclusively AmeriS, I poae we are their leading proponent. TIS nonuc system, as It is develop^ can'beS' ample to the poorer countries of the £uL toelmg the tug of Communism, u a Sf £?' Whether this in itself could f 0 m,T"i "hrtdge/b, difficult to say BriJJe Z £. mad* of sterner stuff. To an economist^LS* ics u stern enough. Prejudice in the U.S. Embassy at Amman Washington THE STATE DEPARTMENT is scrutinizing the United States embassy in Amman. Jordan, be cause of complaints ranging from gross incompetence to anti-Jewish bias. Two Democratic Senators recently expressed alarm at the state of affairs they found in Jordan. They were Senators Gore, of Tennessee, and McGee. of Wyoming. The two Senators discovered widespread fraud in American-supported projects in Jordan's Arab refu gee camps. They reported that 150,000 ration cards were fraudulently used. They charged that the refu gee program operated in Jordan was "immoral, dishonest, and unfair." Secretary of State Herter quickly referred the matter to the United Nations. Although United States taxpayers met most of the bills, the program was actually under U\ auspices. Congress wanted to know why the IS Embassy in Amman did not keep a livelier eye on corruption involving American funds. Did the State Department have to wait until two Senators from Hollywood: HERBERT G. LUFT Leo Fifths Turns Serious r J Nav Hollywood A ( en:ilr > K x Studios. I talked ** with Leo Fuchs. the Yiddish corned lan. who |a making himotion picture debut in a straight dramatic role as Sochim. the H oahtt a captain who purRuth to Judea in Samuel G. EnBiblical epic. The Story of Ruth now before the cameras with"HenryRosier directing. Fuchs tells me. about this bit of off-beat casting that Owen McLean ariginafl, interviewed h.m for "C.nV.n' to play the comedy lead of Boris ,n the screen musical lr.I s H m, ; K for,un ,h f P-rt was omitted from the ,nal M-npt. He then was called back to Fox for a role in Se n SSS xtt1 hat JOb ,0 bc uw lh director dldn" think Leo looked ,he part. Next, he was considered for he same studio s -Hound Dog Man"—but the a v. u „ m „„. SJW szz ff" n Mcu -5"2? 3S Story of Ruth." he remembered FuehInstmctiwb the casting director f.-l, that the comedian would be nghi for the plum role of the villa.nous Soch.m -How did he know I .could be so mean" Leo quibbled, -unless he ZmTZ part of a Jew^haUr. and will try his darndelt „ make he heavy" so desp.cable that movie aud.ences the w„rll Z r x, Sh K', d Pr t V f0f eaHy dM,h in "• nature he Moab.te who. masquerading as a Judean. appears a! the trial of Ruth to teatif, auains, her Bui he ,cau'ht in his own trap when he cannot answer the questions of the High Priest about our religion, the different tnbe, and [he Ten Commandments. 1 ,.. 1 T B ae,or now portraying a pagan worshipper in the Biblical spectacle hails from the G.lic.an towTof Lemherg-also Paul Munis place of birth But unlike Muni Leo Fuchs was a Polish-speaking performer on the sta-e 10 Warsaw before coming to the United States as a vounc man. He started out in New York at the Second Avenue Theater—the old house of Jacob Adler. Hiir-i show rej a musical. "The Lucky Boy." When Maurice Schwartz saw him in that role, he signed him for "Salvation." a heavy dramatic role in the Yiddish play by Sholem Asc'h in which Fuchs had to grow from 16 to 85. He still considerthi his most important part today, telling me that both the late Albert Einstein and "landsman" Paul Muni came to the Jolson Theater to see him perform. Since that time, Leo Fuchs has spent 15 years in New York doing Yiddish and English-language comedies and musicals in half a dozen Second Avenues. In the revival of "Girl Crazy," he appeared in the Willie Howard role. Four years ago, he took over the Los Angeles Civic Playhouse, starting out with "The Comedian." then playing for a solid S6 weeks a number of tailor-made characters in musical farces of his own makings. T ui ee years ago. Leo Fuchs spent seven months traveling through Europe with Yiddish plays. happened to visit and look around in Jordan? What was the matter with our Embassy? Ambassador Sheldon Mills and his staff might have been too busy making anti-Israel remarks to visiting American tourists. That is the possibility suggested by a complaint of the Rev. Karl Baehr, executive director of the American Christian Palestine Committee. Rev. Baehr visited the Embassy as leader of a study group of American civic, political, and religious leaders. He was shocked to discover that "Ambassador Mills and his staff were belligerently anti-Israel." Ambassador Mills, according to Rev. Baehr. mentioned the Hitler era and declared that "the Jews have committed an equally great crime by driving the Arabs from their homes." It was apparent throughout the interview "that this anti-Israel attitude in our Jordan Embassy is not casual or marginal, but rather consistent and central." The visiting Americans, all non-Jews, found Ambassador Mills" voicing "an anti-Zionist bias and the nostalgic wish that Palestine had not been colonized by Jews." The ambassador was alone. A member of his staff brightly interjected that Israel had received "much too much assistance from the United States." Rev. Baehr complained to the State Department. 0. Lewis Jones. Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs, replied. Mr. Jones said "Ambassador Mills is a senior and experienced Foreign Service Officer in whose judgment and ability the Department has full confidence. In particular, we are confident that he faithfully represents and carries out established U.S. policy with regard to the Arab-Israeli que-tlon." But officials of the U.S. International Cooperation Administration indicated less confidence in Ambassador Mills. He recommended a tourist promotion study to aid Jordan. ICA made the study, expending funds only to have Jordin denounce the ICA because it dared recommend two-way tourist crossings between Jordan and Israel. George Kovach. ICA tourism expert, went to Jordan and prepared 22 comprehensive recommendations. Most pertained to hotel staff training, motel construction, and similar matters. Viewing the situation with logic and without prejudice. Mr. Kovach concluded that tourists visiting Jordan should be permitted easier access to and from Israel Jordan flew into a rage, denouncing this move to facilitate tourist transit as a device to promote recognition of Israel. Hatred of Israel is so intense that Jordan refuses to this day to accept Israel's existence as a legal reality. Another of Mr. Kovach's proposals was attacked with equal violence. He had urged construction of a large new Jordanian airport near the Dead Sea Jordan screamed that this was a pro Israeli trick, allegng that the beat was so intense at the proposed site taw tourists would shun it and land instead at Israel 1 Lydda Airport. f Ortnun Uowslttor: ByEUAMi I Malta's Achievi THE PROBLEM of the infirm, of the crippled i ically ill is among tat often crudest—problem i transition. Under the ski, i_ terns, each society had its out ments to take care of tfcogi not capable of providing forU needs. In olden times, one of the main reantai many children was the hope that they wold their aged parents. In many lesrdevtioped s. this very day, easier t>pcs of work are tutoasl served for the old and invalid And in mtrei eties. particularly in Europe before the SecoM people were eager to seek underpaid Ciril for the sake of being assured Government age. However, when the social patterns are < age security and care for the handicap all, is the benefit of visible or invisible i the first items to suffer. The crisis attains. tions when the disruption is caused by sucbi_ heavals as the holocaust of European Jewry i war, and the mass emigration of Asian and Allah communities to Israel after the esUbluhatu State. The DP camps of Europe were hill of til invalid. The ghetloes of North Africa and tat quarters of the Middle East were full of aaij and crippled who could not be left behind %  sal were brought to Israel. In the fir>t case, tberer 1 who simply did not have any relatives left vnoi taken care of them; as for the North Africanisil immigrants, the ccmmunal pattern of whatever•> fare existed among them before emigration hal rupted, could not well be established again i Israel society. The State of Israel, however, had its handiL to cope with the problems of defense, of absn hundreds of thousands of immigrants into m* economy, and found it very' difficult to '**" '! tional burden of caring for all the handica**J was largely taken over by Malbcn whine has main sen Ice of the Joint Distribution CommitteeBj Malben was established ten years ago. Panorama; By DAVID SCHWARTZ The Little Shul and its Impact on Jews T( |F I WERC to say that the shul. the little synagegue where you followed S v 31 ^ ? pr,y 11 ihat ""* iSSS usually not too well ventilated, where the mm and women sat apart and praved in a language that was D0 t Eng iife"of a ... a A trc TH ndou h h — !" "•.; Ule of all Amenca-now Jewish as well as ^on Jewish, you probably would,,; oay.\Te"d^n n The h NewTor?T^ ESLZ* "* ^ N. Lewis. author of many ^^^s*^^ "if 1 my." "i Kiss Your Hand. M^ame^i Z gogue singing of his father had T "" g "God Bless America" or other songs, i %  Berlin doesn't davn three times a dayw did. but still, every psycholo^-t 1 !" "?^ influences are the most important ana %  boy was in the synagogue. pjj The saying has it: "I care not WJB ** a country, if I can make its songs that its greater to be a Hazan than a of the East de, there came not ""g^ men. but an unusually Urge P* r <*" L popular song writers. Not all G r V7* mt sons of Hazans but the influence of taw in childhood was m them.



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Page 14-B 9-JewistncrHktn "Corsage for You" is a new feature of The Jewish Floridian. A corsage is free for the asking, and will be presented to each mother of a Bar or Bas Mitzvah. For details qp how to receive your free corsage see story, Page 3-A. Norman Friedland i be held Saturday morning. Dec. 19. Bar Mitzvah of Norman Fried-! at Temple Z1011. with Rabbi Alfred land will take place Saturday i Waxman officiating. Bruce is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dell • • • Alexander LicMman Rabbi Irving Lehrman will offi ciate at the Bar Mitzvah of AlexHorace Mann Junior High, where ander Leon Lichtman on Saturday he is active in the Drama Club, morning. Dec. 19. at Temple end Beth Emeth religious school, i Emanu El. Alexander is the son of He will chant the service during Mr. and Mrs. Maurice A. Licht the Bar Mitzvah ceremony. man. Reception in Norman's honor' He attends eighth grade at Nauwill be held Sunday at the Eden tilus Junior High and Temple morning. Dec. 19. at Beth Emeth Congregation. Rabbi David Herson will officiate. Norman is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Friedland. He attends Emanu El religious school. Reception will be held in his honor Saturday evening at the | Fonlaincbleau hotel. Out-of-town guests will include Dr. and Mrs Roc hotei. • • • Leonard Micheelson North Shore Jewish Center will be the site of the Bar Mitzvah of Leonard Michaelson Saturday Santiago Rey and Gen. Manuel morning, Dec. 19. Rabbi Mayer | Bomtez. Cuba; Mr. and Mrs. JosAbramowitz will officiate. j eph Leisner and Mrs. Alexander Leonard is the son of Mr. and i Berlin, Pennsylvania; Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Michaelson. 3035 N Mrs. David Bayless. New Jers<> Bay rd. He is in the graduating and Mr and Mrs. Morris Rattner class of the North Shore religious and Mrs. Helen Fryter. New York school, and attends Nautilus Junior -High. Warren Schwartz Howard Manor Howard Matter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Maker. 7282 Gary ave. Dedication Due At Zamora Fri. Dedication of Pordches and Shu I i hon covers will be held at Friday evening services of Temple Zamora, Sidney Palmer, president, has !announced. ThrcBTtaln* and enters are the gifts of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Si I verman, Zamora trustees, who re cently returned from Israel. Rabbi B. Lean Hurwitz will preach at the service, which will be followed by an Oneg Shabbath with the Silvermans as hosts. m WAJPaf IN MO* MAN Saturday ?services. Dec. at i was Bar Mitzvah Saturday. Dec. Temple Fmanu-El will include the 12. at North Shore Jewish Center. Bar Mitzvah of Warren Stuart Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz officiatSchwartz. son of Mr and Mrs. Herbert M. Schwartz. Dr. Irving Lehr man will officiate Festivals to be Depicted Warren is in eighth grade at Ida i .. „ I M. Fisher Junior High, and attends Cvc c of fftivab in the Hebrew Temple Emami-El relieious school, calendar will be depicted by some • • • 300 Hebrew Academy students at Alan Woinor Miami Beach High School Audi Rabbi Mayer AbranowHl will ,o rium. The program, under HM ed. Howard is a student in the religious school of the Center, and attends Nautilus Junior High. Mark Manor Homes Feature High Style. officiate a7t"he Bar M itzvah of Alan ""'rection of Mrs. Jack Donner J jf Weiner Saturdax morning, Dec. > ,a "el.l Sunday. Dec. 27. Mark Manor Homes located in 19. at Temple North Shor, Jewish a < %  P m %  M. II Ro eal juua t £ %  Venetian Point section of Cutis in charge of arrangements and ,or B |d 'offer Jhe house-hunter rc-rrvalions. Center. Alan ithe son of Mr anied Adv.iory Service on CMd'en'i Camps end School* ASSURES PARENTS of th telecnon of a recognned and invcitiqated Cami; •oiled to iKe.r particular requirement* taatet & budgets ASSURES CHILDREN of a happy and well adiuated camp life. RAY BARNETT (Dept. J.F.) Addrm 18000 NW 2nd Plata. North Miami. Fla Phone NA 13566 rA^A^W^^AwA^A^^ FOR THE UNUSUAL IN GIFTS AND ACCESSORIES AMSMIP 4.1 FTS 3432 Coral Way, Miami Pnone Hl 3 .o 554 the home of the future at today's price They all feature screened in pool or patio, tropical indoor outdoor living, and well laid out rooms. The custom-designed kitchens in Temple Emanu-EI nursery school th( Mark Manor Homes arc emy tots will Present a Chanuka play. womans drcam Natural wood fln ... /' ashbacks %  "'" ished cabinets are grooved for and directed by Mrs Naomi Branstylish eagy opening, and there .1. is. head nursery teacher. The are plentv of them -r^y also fel play will be given on Friday morn turt built m s|ove bui i,. in oven ing according to Rabbi Bernard and brollc r units, exhaust fans A Musman director of education ab0 ve the stove, duo-service at the Temple Emanu-EI religious sne ives to the patio, and best of all. in any high fashion color. There is a choice of gas or elee trie appliances. The kitchens also feature roll top counters to prevent water Samuel Harris, who has been a seepage and discoloration, and -late broker since coming to double bowl sinks. Miami Beach five years ago. will This suburban community is be resident manager of the new M rv "' bj %  central water and sanSouthgate Towers apt>.. owner Nai,ar y sewage system. It is also than S. Gumenick announced. r shopping areas, houses of worship, and schools. All streets 'www*ww art paved, sidewalks are in. and •here are county taxes only. The ( lots are all 75x100. with corner lots New Nassau Service to Leave From Miami Port Beginning Jan. 1, three-day cruises from Miami to Nassau every Monday and Friday are announced by Eastern Shipping Corporation, general agents for the S S. Bahama Star, formerly SS Arosa Star, the largest passenger ship to sail from Miami. Cruises, with dock-to-dock service, are from Pier 3 an the heart of Miami, direct to famed Bay at. in Nassau. The SB Bahama Star is completely air conditioned in all public space and every cabin, with hot and cold running water in every stateroom. Public lounges feature fine in decor, apace end comfort, in addition to a noted cuisine, supervised entertainment programs by a cruise director-and ttaff in charge. In addition to the SS Bahama Star. Eastern •tupping Corporation are the general agents for the completely air-conditioned "Twin Sisters.'" the SS Bvaageline and SS Yarmouth, which cruise from Miami to the West Indies end South America. With three deluxe ships. all air-conditioned from stem to stern, sailing on three, four, seven, 10. 12 and 14-day cruises, there h a cruise to suit every need. Information is available at Eastern Shipping Corporation, Pier 3, Ms. mi. Tfc *" Wit**, 3ATJS* tiscoyjfti— Elect OrW Biscayne Htm**. A unanimously noHfl former first vice^l .LfbowiU will (a,,^* with the organiata** chairman" of the Dta> ecutive Committe, cratic party here. Other office,, noaaatl Sheldon ScbJesJaaTl president; Alexand^ |f second vice preside*! J hen. recording sttntjl Sine, financial jecrd**? Resmkoff, sergent-4t7 THE"SWEET-HI T0 8rYY HAPPY CHAM II \l!l Chocolate 0 PaotbtftlMilan* m.llo-hrkorBffcM Blalaiaraa.er*am Fruiu ind Nut, ton lKPONIATWII on ear fnnd-takrfei Flea, write to: Berrlf Ini CeeiKl 1J-1 41II An. Lone laland Cltj! H T. Named Resident Manager White Elephant Sola Murray Solomon Auxiliary. Jewish War Veterans, will hold a "White Elephant" sale Saturday evening at the American Legion T~J A TDDTPTU Hall. 303 Alhambra Circle. I JDL^JTUAIL'IIJ ——*ae^-^— %  % %  e oe—oJ — — — ea oa. ess, e o> OS. — on aw on as. e HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL 17lh AVE. FLOW I IK GABI 2400 NW. 17th AVENUE MIAMI TO ALL GREETINGS Coral Gift Shop UNOCR N(W MANAGEMENT JAMIS W. THOMAS 2231 S.W. 67t, AVENUE PHONE MO 1-3862 %  eif Wishes for o Happy MofieJoy KENNY STATIONERS M47 SfofJoMry HAUMAKK CHANUKA CAtOS Office See.lj.. S.W. ItStreet Miami 44, Flo. Ph. MO 5-4731 SEASONS GREETINGS W25 //The c,eane8t c r Wash in Town" WHITE WALLS FREE AUTOMATIC CAR WASH, Inc. 905 NW. 42nd AVENUE (LeJeuno Road) Ph. NE 4-9309 u raanvrr AHD SAVE VALUABLE COUPON orvfw WITH EACH CAP WASH K t t Um4 Moo. tarooati Tlwrt. r K t t WAXING l POLISHING SPIC & SPAN 1 j larger. The homes with swimming la have their own water pump and areUa. Mark Manor offers three model homes to choos from. Three bedrooms, two baths, clofed garage, large screened patio, and over<1 utility room. $14,650. Three nioms. two baths, carport, pool and patio, and overutility room. $15,490. and -' raauuil p 7 THE BETH DIN OF THE COMMUNITY VAAD HAKASHRUTH OF GREATER MIAMI Announces For the benefit of the Consumer of KOS POULTRY, the Beth Din ruled that all" that identify the Kashruth of the fowl shaM FREE OF CHARGE. The Kosher Consumer f not be taxed for buying Kosher Poultry. When Kosher Poultry is purchased, ttej Beth Din Ring shall -be demanded as the proof of Kashruth. It is the opinion of the Beth Din that by j ating the cost for the rings more Jewish pe will buy Kosher Poultry. Kosher Poultry Free Guaranteed Beth Din Identification able both on the Retail and the Wholesale in many areas of Greater Miami. STERLING SHORT! NING AND ^J?J IS NO LONGER SANCTIONED AND SU BY THE COMMUNITY VAAD HAKAS**"



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qe 2-B MMM FhrMton Frid a y. ocal women take an active part in helping to aise the first million dollars for the new Cears of Lebanon Hospital. Discussing returns it a report meeting are some of the workers n the 15 divisions of the women's campaign ommittee. Seen (front) are Mis. Samuel Jchulefand. Mrs. Norman Brown and Mrs. Ted %  otterman. In the rear are Mesdames Howard >iig Stylist to Appear Stella Andre, noted sons >t\l it, .11 appc u U pasta of crrcninntinc • i! al the Netberland tel. Miss Amln' was recently I n m "Hole in the lli.i I," star%  ig Frank Sinatr.i >pear' :l\ ;u club datet and the Marseille! I in engagement the Cat skill mountaii Kaplan, Charles Barkowitz. Daniel Brody, Morris H. Blau, Robert Nardone, Irwin Morse, Norman Gladsden, Wayne S. Rogers and Albert S. Dubbin. Construction of the hospital is scheduled to begin next month as part of the Miami Metropolitan Medical Center at NW 14th st. and 12th ave. ARISTOCRATIC llllE GEFILTE FISH HAS ITS TASTY PLACE ON YOUR "WANT-TO-PLEASE" MENUS It's Horowitz-Margarcten, of course, who brings you this aristocratic delicacy. Gcliltc fish made with choice PIKE and WHITE FISH exclusively from cool Northern lakes. ..blended tradition} ally with the other who'. ingredients of homt-Bttda getilic fish. St) fluffy ... so J luscious...with homey shimmering jelled sauce. Sugarine Helps in BattletfJC, Try This Recipe for Pumpkinpu' With the holidays fast approachr ,„ mDklB „. ing, here's an item of interest for vet ?,, *• %  diabetics or those people trying to i ,,'J 0 *l| keep ahead in the "battle-of-the/'. bulge." Calonefree fcg^ Ifs easy to over-eat when ,uch hxaritSS -n abundance of taste tempting this; pbB foods are placed before us—its only human. But when we do ea' too much, no matter how delicioui it is, we pay for it in terms of calorics. Diabetics and those who are on low calorie diets under d<>< orders miss a lot of holiday eating fun because the special desserts usually are loaded with sugar. But folks watching their caloric or sugar intake need not worry where one favorite holiday dessert : is concerned. Thanks to a new %  liquid sweetener called Sugarine. Suearine. salt %  you can ser ve wonderful, delicious milk and evaporate! Pour into 9-inch in. Pan. Bake in hot (Hal •or io minutes thai '325 depeunL "r until nrixtat ( hero to knife. Sent ^ Sugarine can be a*). a variety o( dtieftyk the holidays. Just uti sugar in recipes thai 2 3 C Up, fook^ Pumpkin ] "'^poonttU,L 2 'easpoon ah 1 lea?poonM a, 1 ,(, aspoon(u| at '' tfaspoonfui 3 slightly W, n cups milk J* recipe pija, \ cupe,,,,^ Thoroughly PR Society Elects Officers Savings and Loan Public Rein tinns Society of South Flo; representing 26 insured sa\. end loan associations of Dade Broward and Palm Beach counties. Installed new officers for I960 olncr beverage*. in a mcptino at lh> %  —! %  %  "''Mooth diet," try tlas associations of Dade J U1 sugar for bus. s m sweetemni Pointing to fine results in the Cedars of Lebanon Hospital building fund campaign is Mrs. Ted Lotterman, chairman of the women's campaign committee. Looking on are Geft to right) Mesdames Robert Nardone. Morris H. Blau, co-chairman. Irvin Morse and Norman Gladsden. chairman of Division 5. The building fund campaign has just gone over the half-way mark in the first phase goal of a million dollars. SEASONS GREETINGS For All Your Holiday Needs TABBI'S BAKERY 18158 N.E. 19th Avenue Wl 5-1951 1206 N.I. 163rd Street Wl 5-4831 Seal Sale Total Rises Some $105,199 has been received through this mid-week's count in the 1959 Tuberculosis Christmas Seal Sale, according to Paul Bams. jr. th.s year's Christmas Seal chairman for the Dade County Tuberculosis Assn. Total contributions have come from almost 55.000 Dade countians in the all-mail %  ale, which opened Nov. 12 and continues through Christmas Day. s represent almost 64 percent of the $16J*000 goal. J Tk/E SwrsefiAuott f tk Atptae pastors* and Swfse •>**• %  •*£ skm to prodaaa oaf %  ut-twert. distiactrve flavor of y mKiit tttprctoOiH,ii,niaasa, Delicious wius cracker* sad frail. OM tlisbU y nor* due imli Swiss KNIGHT Tn Original %  M GIUTIU CNMH n a meeting at the Ever^l hot a1. New president is William Bent, ley Glass, of Citizens Federal, Hi aleah, succeeding Ed Gegenscgatz. of First Federal Savings and Loan Assn. of Miami. Other officers include Margaret Leckie, of Miami Beach Federal. as secretary, and Adm. H. R. So bel, of American Savings, treasurer. Gegensrhatz is vice president for | Dade courtly; Ed Heep. Atlantic Federal, Ft. Laudcrdale, vice president for Broward county; and Jack Talbott, West Palm Beach I Federal, vice president for Palm Beach county. John Causey, of Hollywood Federal. Mrs. .Dessie Duvall, First Federal of Lake Worth, and Bob Hit dredth. Coral Gables Federal, will become directors of the organization. NEW DAIRY MEAL TREAT JUST HEAT "N" EAT -or. It has t*i all.—ST. New and i Uu four nenithy portions in eorh full 16-ounc jar... de luxe trulf deluicus! Youll also enjoy regular UerowitaMargaret ea Gcatte Fish... tn jumbo or snack-size portions... with dear or Jelled sauce... tops in taste! Made by the bakers "TK MITZN 1ITI TK TASTE and other Kosher foods i i *~i —* UTE") ds I In Miami it's FLORIDA-FOREMOST DAIRIES ff Home Delivery Phone FR 4-2621 The act Mm ,„ Mry pn6lKH **AMK j. MOLT. aUa^r fRESBirSUCO VACiiurAcani .BEADY TO SttW AU noti by ffante*! Chef %  •y-Ar-D... ToaW Nttfe fUU4 with Muiey I Wish wy. Thrifty, •a*. A*M4ii 1S< %  Mrviit Eacfc lav WILNO K( SAUSAGEl MUat s** 1 j 2111 N.W.M* 1 PhowrlW ***** Ctnrfrt ft, tamers,* ielkiets HOI



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Page 16-A 9-Je^istifhrkUan ICES INDUSTRIE Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Becker raise flag at ceremonies honoring their late son. Jack J. Becker, who died while performing his duties as an employee of Sea View Industries. Inc. Rabbi Leo Heim. spiritual leader of Temple Tifereth Jacob, accepted a 51,000 check from the company for equipping two classrooms in memory of the deceased. Mr. and Mrs. Becker were both active in Temple Tifereth Jacob from its earliest days, having served as presidents of the congregation and Sisterhood, respectively. JNF Schedules Chanuka Fete Rabbi Mayer Abramouitz. president of the Je ish National Council of Greater Miami, said this VMl that the next meeting of the Council will be dedicated to a preChanuka celebration. The meeting will be held Wednesday. 8 p.m.. mm AND $oi % %  in the Rosewood room of the Fontainebleau hotel. Short business meeting will offer a report of the recent Jewish National Fund annual dinner. Mrs. Jack Davis will discuss plans for the annual Tag Day drive scheduled for the erening of Dec. M and all d*y Dec. 27. Program, under the direction of Jacob C. Fishman has been arranged. Helen and Sol Fisher, noted folk dancers, will present a varied program in costume. Musical selections appropriate for Chanuka will be offered by artist Rose Rosamond. New Bus Route Begins Bus service across the new Julia Tuttle Causeway, linking down town Miami with Miami Beach north of 41st st. began after openhsf ceremonies at noon Saturdav. Officials of the Miami Beach Railway Co. said their new Route T will cut 15 minutes riding time each way for bus passengers who have been crossing on the Venetian Causeway to go to points north of 41st st. The fare will be the same15 cents. Free Loan Group Installs Officers, Tells New Plans Joe Zaito was installed for a third term as president of the Greater Miami Hebrew Free Loan Assn. at a meeting last week at Beth El Congregation. The meeting also marked the tenth anniversary of the organization. Others named to office were Simon Sciden. first vice president: Hyman Kam, second vice president: Sol Weger. treasurer; Mn. Isadore Fendel, financial secre'tary: Mrs. Lillian Goldberg, assistant treasurer: Mrs. Max Kunst. recording secretary; and Mrs Jean Rothenberg. correspondent secretary. In accepting fhe Hrd term, Zalis told the gathering that he intends shortly asking the beard of director* to increase the $30* ceiling loan to $500. H also announced plans for a Hebrew Free Loan Assn. building. The association was organized in January. 1959. with a capital of $27. IN revohrtnfl tund today is some 50 times larger. Membership has increased from 30 to 300. with 25 | life members on the organization's roster. Maximum loan at the time of its inception was $25. The Greater Miami Hebrew Free Loan Assn. is a non-prof.t group which lends small sums of money interest free to persons in need. Frid y. *U1 k| 'Con-Can' Luncheon Angel chapter of Hope School for Retarded Children met Wed nesday noon at the Seville hotel Featured was a "Can-Can" lunch eon. Members brought canned foods for children at the school. The organization, which is now celebrating its first birthday, meets every month on the third Wednesday. The association's capital fund was turned over more than twice during the current fiscal year. OX Y<| UNITS ttKrVtf*! •wtakw ,,,[ CoirtwMr UvMhi Ai'huutici, lfMd4|_ %  CM • [>*•!, Smolw lakibfci Call Jff/ersm MEN MKDIC.UJ 1545 AITOHI Coll JEMI I i OPEN ALL NIGHT COMPLETE HALLMARK GREETING CARD DEPARTMENT A NO CHOCOLATE SHOPPE SUNDRIES •AUNT MBKWCS PltlOOICAlS HOWARD JOHNSON'S ICE CREAM Phone JE 8-5538 1664 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH \ O GORDON F UNERAL HOM E Measfs NstNf Itwish 'uawraf K,mt FR 3-3431 FRanklin 9-1436 710 S.W. 12th Av*. Miami HARRY GORDON, PreaMeat WI GORDON, tamtrml •irecrer When you open a savings account at either of Flagler Federal's two convenient offices youTI receive one of these beautiful gifts* Free. *oa <• f~* WITH NEW ACCOUNTS OF •20 OR MOM 1. GE ELECTRIC CLOCK with adjustable alarm ... Accurate and quiet i. ARPEGE PERFUME BY LANVIN-Purae else in beautiful gold and black fca* 3. GENUINE DETECTO BATHROOM SCALE in beautiful bathroom whit* WITH NEW ACCOUNTS OF •lOO OR RE BEAUTIFUL 16-PC. SET OF CHINA • 16-PC. TABLEWARE SET • Ijjj. ELECTRIC COFFEE PERCOLATOR 8 •WCYBALL" GLASSES • 18KCCW CARAFE QUART THERMOS BOTTLE. tht FREE TRANSFER OF FUNDS from anywhere ^taa. Ju* brhjg or inaU to yor paaaboolu Th^ acareofallthedetaij. Ua** 10* faiwa* 100 N. t ft W* FLAGLER FEDERAL SAVINGS J AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI !" %  RCCIHT IRSNItl If I0 „ MM „ w fi^H immi l|A| iaS ||iltt Cl



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Page 4-A +Jelstrk>rldkH) "Jewish Flor idian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX. MM.396 FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor ISRAEL BUREAU 202 Ben Yehuda — Tel Aviv, Israel RAY U. BINDER C orrespondent Trouble Brewing Anew That some of the world's top political and military observers are once again speculating on Israel's ability to defend herself in a new Arab showdown is cause in itself to worry about the possibility of further unrest in the Middle East. Egypt President Nasser's boastful threat to launch an invasion of Israel in the event the Jewish State continues with her Jordan River diversion plan once more puts the he to repeated Arab declarations with respect to Israeli aggression. But vindication is hardly cause for ease in an area of the world where peace has long been a stranger. The forces that pressed Israel's hand at Sinai are building up anew. It is to be hoped world opinion will this time be on guard. Outstanding Citizens of 1959 Once again, two Miamians have been honored by being chosen "Outstanding Citizens" for 1958-59. This is the 13th annual award of a project initiated and carried out under the auspices of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith. Sholem Lodge has since been joined by other leading civic groups here in nominating men and women for the annual citation. Gaining in stature over the years, it has become one of the most coveted awards in Dade county. This year's recipients are Dr. Wilhemina Dunning, scientific researcher at the University of Miami, and William D. Singer, man of progress. Dr. Dunning's career has been marked by over 25 years of devotion to the study of cancer. Mr. Singer, who has served on many pubhe committees, in recent years moved to the civic forefront as a member of the State Road Board. The proposed expressway and the Julia Turtle causeway, which opened Sunday. ate among the highpoints of his successful activity in behalf of community achievement. It is our opinion that on the whole the selection of "Outstanding Citizens" in the past has been exemplary, and that this year's recipients join them to make the annual award a truly meaningful Dade county event. We join the community in congratulating these deserving winners. A Wise Move to Make Federation directorate meets Tuesday, and as one of the major items on its agenda will Tote on the acquisition of a site and building on Biscayne blvd. and 13th st.. Miami. The existing quarters will serve as adequate facilities until such time as Federation is ready toerect a new building. They also have many outsiandina features. Ihiefly. these include a highly desirable location, adequate parking, accessibility, room lor future expansion and. in addition, possible ultimate financial benefit. T k* purchase will be recommended by the permanent site committee of Federation, which has been seeking suitable quarters for several years, and has met with wholehearted approval by members of the community who inspected the proposed site since the announcement of its consideration. The Jewish Floridian recomends thi purchase, and feels it would be a wise move far Federation to make—one which will render even greater its ability to serve the entire community. Story Checks Conclusively Russian Gen. David Dragunsky arrived jauntily in Paris some ten days ago, and promptly proclaimed as untrue the stories Publtohed -r.r, FrMar BtBMtMl by Th.'*""?JT^ti at 120 .V.K. SU'h Slr.-et. MI..M>I I, Flm-liU. KnjwM • %  ^nlcl. mailer July 4 IMO. at IVjl Ufflc. of Miami. Florida, under ta Acl of March iSif. Th. J.wl.h riortdlan hat abaorMd th. Jewfa*'"^/. %  hit lh Jwih Wkiy. Membr of th* Jwah T.laarjpMe Agtncy! £v.n Art. r..tur. lynd.cat.. Worldw.d. Nd-j Sarvtci. N.t.on.l Ed.tor.al Awn Am*""" A ""V Enoliih-Jfwih N.wtpapara. and th. Florid. PrM Awn. The Jrwl.h KlorlJIan do*, not tuarant** th Ka.hruth of the mvhandl..lv.-itl.ed In Ha win""" SUBSCRIPTION On. V..r S5.00 RATES: Thra. Year. 110.00 Volume 33 Number 51 Friday, December 18, 1959 17 Kislev 5720 Tribute to Max Orovitz Max Orovitz, president of ML Sinai Hospital, will be honored at a banquet Saturday evening at the Fontainebleau hotel. The function marks his crowning achievement — the new Mt. Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami, which was dedicated here in ceremonies Sunday. Many are the men and women who have given both their time and funds to the construction of this $10 million medical institution. But MrOrovitz, for upward of a decade, stood as the unifying force behind the vision to establish a Jewish-sponsored hospital in Dade county that would be second to none in the South._ I That Ihis vision has been achieved is attested by the beautiful Mt Sinai Hospital which stands today on Collins Island high above Biscayne Bay. The men and women who honor Mr. Orovitz Saturday evening will not only take cognizance of this major achievement in his long civic and philanthropic career. They will also pay tribute to Mr. Orovitz' other contributions to a host of community organizations, such as the University of Miami. United Fund, and Greater Miami Jewish Federation. For Mr. Orovitz, the banquet is hardly a culmination of many years of devoted service. It is merely a breather in a continuing round of humanitarian endeavor. about increasing anti-Semitism in the Soviet Union. Gen. Dragunsky. a twice-decorated war hero, also denied that Jews in his country are not permitted to leave, asserting that only "the elderly show any interest in Israel. A report in last week's Life magazine bv correspondent Patricia Blake seem. .omehovV A !" ^ ,er v to ^ ft %  % %  *!' %  disclaimer chiS. 80 '!' ^ ^ ^-Pondenf. £ check, quite conclusively with the dispatches about JewuA his in the Soviet Union pubUshed fairly regularly in these columns, as well as in nation* 11 !" ^ pw1odlcato lh *>ughout the The brutal fact is that there seems to exist an organised campaign against Jews and Judaism in Russia. While Soviet .noV. !" continually di^laim a. "Z^T^^Treports of anti-Semitism in their courSy the y may very well be hard-preed to pin a..imuar tlurinq th* treolc I *ee it • • fey LEoummm P'-ce about £** d !" Panoply Z\ •"< %  today h# 1*L raised to immortality the coming of sprlmfT H, >*yi certainly breed an equivalent kind of hushed ., mbw *i lion of the spirit, ror the fruition of the hum^**^!" annual celebration in February of a tiU,%2il It is improper to be against Brotherhood rm u ^S civic-minded to be for .in. But MyTnln ^£ £ *3 sooner declare himself opposed to it than submit? £ %  hazard and sentimental affirmation of thislll*fl mind the egregious, often impossibly lofty t^T**J so many personalities of note deliver during jE^** the words, "prejudice" and -tolerance,' reach VT^ intelligent meaning. each "*" lost*] 1 The fact is that the recalcitrant bigot ought h. w the annual Brotherhood addict. Without resoS t„/***. the one i. st least honest in hi. intentions; ^ otj£T.i3 ul.r taste, really caring little whether or no. his SiSS tern exemplifies the highest principle. „f the m*vSl KIHATID AUtMATKm Of THt* tfrotT LEST THIS SUM cynical beyond responsible attention* J %  of experience, suffice it here to say that manv c*L ** made in December and January-pertaining tolKft one or more personalities actively assuming positS!]* the February Brotherhood observance. Miami is certainly no different-with one possible otad many of the people Important in the celebration are kWL the first instance. They may come together at a BrouZLI one night a year pay lip-service to ideals and rise „ Siself-esteem, but they also openly belong to restricted nZj live in areas that bar Jews as residents, and practice in their employment policies. Perhaps less secretive, they are certainly no lea viei* %  makes them truly unique is that these one mghters sec h*d conflict between their daily behavior and the.r annual dwuesT the most brutally painful thing here, as elsewhere scmife u that Jews, who virtually sponsor and support the BaxH remain so insensitive to the repeated alienation of their boa effort. dCCOCAM TO W MAN CONTINUALLY REBUFFED, they nevertheless again underwrite the fruitless effort virtually to buy the goMesothers in an equally fruitless choreography that may weBMi best artistic interests of a "Danse Macabre'" ballet. The futility of the entire procedure is unhappily extn,the announcement Sunday of the appointment of Mr. Let1|Q position of leadership in the February Brotherhood Week tin across the nation. Mr. Hills is executive editor of thi> daily and other John Knight newspapers. His appointmeki him national chairman of the Brotherhood Week newspaps i tee. This is a position of esteem and prestige. It is also o tral significance, for the observance long ago adopted the | regarding mass communications media as a fundameaul in the battle against racial and religious bigotry. 1st is thus an accolade both to the man and his professional i Underscoring his power as a Journalist, it suggests mighty i marshalled as Uweassa of basic democratic principle. Ruing to tfts occasion. Mr. Hills accepted the appoim proper comment: that if not ethically certainly pragffliti posed rb IIIIBII fi'ieHfal health in the face of external*" turn girding ifly hymt against any aggression, his ortjl, ta, •rid areas of the Neger. He raid Arab Republic to pr. ^ that Nasser believed that "if there River dicri.>n P" 1 ^ is war again with Israel, the Egypnew areas, said tnr< ^ tians will win. He counts on the uch project.*** rf „ support of Arabs in .ether counance with •* %  %  trie.." la the Gulf of Reports received hm thst the Egypt-" %  %  < widely advertised pU^ the waters of '"fj^riatyl they reached ,sr **" fe •] construction of • u lr rttoo. A technics> J^f reported to h '. l *JJg*a.' this pUn snd had **^



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:ember 18, 1959 •Jewlsti fhrHinr kjamin Fine, former bn editor of the New les, now Dean of the fee School of Yeshiva Ity, will be guest at a luncheon Mon>n at the offices of [. Cantor. 1451 BayDr. Fine will be in 'to attend the Yeshiva nty dinner at the Foniau hotel on Sunday, ir's tv9 Party gnnual New Year's Eve [the Dade Heights Jewish lion will be held at Carlall, 625 NE 131st St., at ec. 31. The dance is spon[the Mr. and Mrs. Club. U.S. Firm, Israel Launch Gigantic Desalination Plant NEW YORK-(JTA)-A Chicago firm—Fairbanks, Morse and Company—issued a statement here this week announcing its entrance into a joint venture with the Government of Israel for the construction of plants to convert sea water into fresh water by the process developed in Israel by Dr. Alexander Zarchin, a 64-year-old resident of Tel Aviv. The machine invented by Zarchin, an emigrant from the Soviet Union, freezes sea water in a vacuum, forming pure water crystals which are then melted to produce salt-free water. The salt is drained off in the vacuum stage. "Construction of the first lowcost plant for mass production to be located in Israel will begin during 1960," the announcement of the Chicago company said. "We plan to locate a second plant in a semi-arid region of the southwestern United States. Our next goal is to create enough plants to produce a billion gallons a day of fresh water throughout the world by the end of 1965. "Our engineers estimate that when we achieve full and regular industrial production, the cost of water under Hi* Zarchin proTO TEL AVIV Is Tel Aviv's Golden Jubilee [and a golden opportunity for 1 enjoy flying at its finest. yill speed you non-stop across Atlantic on a luxurious, fouri DC-7C (Kosher foods availIn all flights). Then go direct Aviv. Or turn your trip into rid tour with the KLM stop|plan. Visit London, Paris, els, Vienna, Rome, and a host ^er historic cities—at no extra trip to Tel Aviv: $947.70 fny, $1,396.80 Fi'-t Class. p from Houston and New I too. See your travel agent or IKI.M: Columbus Hotel, 308 [first Street, Miami, Florida. '3*459. cts$ will bo as |o w „_<„. | ow-r than—the present average cost of delivering froth water to consumers in the United States, which is now approximately 40 cents per 1,000 gallons. We are indebted to Dr. Zarchin! and the Government of Israel for permitting us to be the first nonIsraeli group to study the full Zarchin process of removing salt and impurities from sea water by freezing, and to examine the process in the secret pilot plant constructed in Israel during the past two years. "Our engineers have examined all operating and projected commercial processes publicly or privately developed in the United States and elsewhere, and we believe that the Zarchin process is a great scientific breakthrough. In the years ahead we expect many dramatic consequences of Dr. Zarchin's work to provide startling benefits for the world." Temple Sinai New Year's Party Due A New Year's Eve party at the Golden Glades Ranch is being sponsored by the donor committee of Temple Sinai Sisterhood. Mrs. Sam Scurrati is chairman. At* the ranch there will be a hay ride and saddle horses for those who wish to 'ride the range." Following entertainment and dancing, a barbecue supper will be served. In charge of reservations is Mrs. Edward Auerbach. On Tuesday, Jan. 5, at the Temple, a luncheon and card party will be given for all pair-up Sisterhood members. Mrs. Sam Lubell and Mrs. Robert Eisler will be hostesses. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS lli:i;i:i;v UIVBN that 111.' Illi' business iindt-r tii.. fictitious nam< <>t MOliERN JEWISH I'ORRESPONDENCE CLUB at 120 15th Street, Miami Beach, Florida Intendi to later said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Kloi iila. ELVIRA lli:i.l.i:il 12/11-IS-25, 1/1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 59C10773 KAURiCE KOPPEL ami I.KAII ESTHER KOPPEL, his wife. Plaintiffs, vs. l,Ki..\.\i;i> S. COLE and ARM A Mi .I ANNETTE, 1 tefendanta, NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE SUIT To PORECLOBB <'MATTEL MORTtlAUE TO: LEONARD S. COLE Addreafl unknown. TOr. LEONARD 3. COLE, are hereby notified ihat a mil of Complain! to foreclose %  certain chattel mortfaa 1 the following described in opi ity, to-wit: AH of the equipment, fixtures, furnlNhlnicH, and luppllea herein now contained or hereinafter brought upon the prewuiee located at 101 South Miami Avenue, Miami, Florida, eommonly known as the HEKALl> RESTAURANT, incudlng" all of the lease hold Interests of the I i.teii.lant and all of the Defendant's interests in and to any licenses covering said business establishin. m or homed to said bualneea • % %  tablishnieiit or Issued for said business estahlishnu 11'. For a more specific description of the chattels covered by said mortgage 1 you a< ivf.-rrcd to the Hill of Complaint heretofore filed In this Cause which contains a complete and Itemised atatemenl or said chattels. Said Complaint to foreclose said mort%  | has I" 1 11 fll< d against S'OU and vou are required to serve a copy of roar Answer or Pleading to the Bin ;,f Complaint on the 1'aintlff s attorney NORMAN 1SOLOMON, MQ I'll", I inc. dn Road. Miami Hi ach J!>, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the < lerk of the Circuit Court, on or befme "he nth day of January. IM0. If you fail to do so. judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demand, d In the Ml of Com'"'Thls Notice sh-ill be publlahod once ..ach week for four I I) con lecutlye UK JEWISH FLORrDIAN. „', ORDERED at Miami. n!,.i,la..this 7th day of Ivccnlie,, Vl> B M n LEATHBRMAN, Cta*. CJrouU Court pod. <*%*&" (el) Deputy CltA NORMAN I^"''.'""Hfr. [•lalntlffs icoln 1: suite 217 1 %  **% .1-18-25.1/1 Page 11-A SINCE 1924 AND ALL DAY SUNDAY Norton Tire Co. OPEN 24 HOURS 5300 N.W. 27th AVE. B. F. 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3 er 18. 1959 --lewis* Fk>rknan WJfc eheone, Teae, Recaptions, Banquete, Parties, jmnere ... from ao to 2000 catered In the nanner of th Diplomat... an unhurried, r-ettenWve, eoft-eooken service that makes an event of your occasion. WA 2 7534 i on i idlod. Oa'WlA'e THE DIPLOMAT HOTEL AND COUNTRY ClUI I MO ..i of Ocm fti.ocr H*llrM4-br-ilw-SM. Hondo Al/Woltw Jstobi tBBMMej CWo' O-I OPENING iiirsday Dec. 17th incomparable y. w French Cuisine* 9516 HARDING AVE. •" %  *J*u MIAMI BEACH UN61654 tT THE PIANO BAR DAVID LEROUX %  •-*•>" --c \ C out in en I at 'hi ,. i" Dininu i B : i %  %  %  RE-OPENING Dte. 18th, 5:3* PJf.! r>AP80P 1.41 i^i, "SALT CITY SIX |Featuring NICK PALUMBO Nightly at the CARRIAGE CLUB il CDOIMrc Will AC* *T BHUNS • Member* and II SPRINGS VILLAS Co-Owner Guests Only FRANK BARESE ; ( HOW ASSOCIATED WITH BETTY & FRANK'S s led Devil Italian Restaurant stionally Famous for Italian Foods Since 1915 Collins Avenue Miami Beach *igf tag^a? fk ni7W INJGHT — POST TIME 7:45 rm PARI-MUTUEL BETTINO M.S. 1 A7 MNIA Premiere Slated After Hildegarde Hildegarde is back in Miami. She opened Tuesday in Miami at the Coconut Grove Playhouse for a limited one-week engagement, and will be seen for the first time on the legitimate stage, through Sunday night. There will be a regular Saturday matinee at 1:30 p.m., and the final Sunday evening performance will be at 7:30 p.m. Soon after vaudeville died, Hildegarde entered a European audition and defeated 400 girls in a bid for a job at London's Cafe de Paris A year later, she was singing during the Duke of Kent's wedding. She has played sellouts to most or the top rooms in this country, including six and seven-year return engagements at the SavoyPlaia, the Plaza and Hotel Pierrs In New York. She has sung at the White House during both President Trumen's and President Eisenhower's terms. She recently launched a "OneWoman Show" and went on a con cert tour through 86 cities. On three different occasions, she was voted "one of the ten best dressed women," and holds many other awards for her contributions to the fashion industry. The Playhouse will be closed from Dec. 21 to Dec. 29, at which time a world premiere produced and directed by Owen Phillips is scheduled. Called "Bird of Time," and written by Chicagoan Nelise Child, the production stars Dennis King, Isobel Elsom, Irene Castle, Teddy Hart, and Eli Mintz. Page 13-B ONLY THE NEW PACKAGE PLAN IS YOUR BEST BUY e e ANY 10 DAYS $135 December 18 January 18 Any 14 days, Dec. 18-Jan. 18—$175 Any 21 days, Dec. 18-Jan. 18—$235 FULL MONTH 31 Days $350 Kosher meals incl. per person Dbl. SPECIAL DISCOUNT—10", if stay a month or longer. • • Oceanfront A Oceanview, Corner Rooms, one price, none higher. The Royal Hungarian ^a TaSSSL FOR THE FINEST IN KOSHER CUISINE 731 Washington Avenue Telephone JE 8-5401 wife RE VLIN HOTEL ym KOSHER DINING ROOM Kosher Dining Room — Now Open to the Public DELUXE DINNERS from $1.65 Under Rabbinical Supervision of the Orthodox Vaad Hakashrefh Rabbi Dr. I. H. Ever Collins Ave. at 13th Street Ph. JE 8-1545 Ritz Plaza hotel invites you Dietary Laws Strictly Observed Under supervision of the Community Vaad Hakashruth jf Greater Miami FREE 21" TV in every room. 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HOFFMAN JE 1-6881 ON THE OCEAN at 17th ST., MIAMI BEACH Empire Kosher Restaurant 1357 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach 7-COURSE DINNERS from HJ&5 FREE WINE AND SELTZER • UNDER PERSONAL MANAGEMENT OF SOPHIE KING L Telephone JE 8-1391 CATERING TO PARTIES OF ANY SIZE ATLANTIS HOTEL dUin in 7 /vo o tn SPECIAL FRIDAY NIGHT DINNER Served in the Tradilional Style 8 Course Dinner $2 75 ALL fULL COURSE DINMUS SERVED WITH WINE SEEKER 2655 Collins Ave. Reservations JE 1-0381 •Tllllli SVI ,, ,. mt # „. uulIR.AU i NeUTWMe VA Mll STAR Restaurant REOI'EXtXG SUNDAY, DEC 20th J7 Consecutive Tears an the Beach SERVING QUALITY FOOD LUNCH and DINNERS at Popular Prices 841 Washington Ave. JE 1-9182 AIR CONDITIONED ROVRL PHI sm HOTEL Attention Organizations — Private Groups Our catering under the expert direction of NORMAN ARROW will delight you. Tasteful food served in ample portions by a capable staff in an atmosphere designed for your pleasure and relaxation. Overlooking the Ocean. 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rdewish Floridian 33 — Number 51 Combi ning THE JEWISH UNITY and THi JEWISH WEEKLY Miami, Florida, Friday, December 18, 1959 Three Sections — Price 20c BERINSHIN IN THIRD TERM M Hits $69 Million; laps 1960 Campaign r SyS^STftT 1 f $69 300 000 in > has been raised Iby the United Jewish Appeal in 1959, it was announced here at king session of the UJA's three-day annual national conference katler-Hilton hotel, attended by 1,500 American Jewish communlers from all parts of the nation. Announcement came as del* to the conference presented representing millions of in community contribuLt the closing session, electleers for the forthcoming fct plans for carrying out the [mpaign effort. cash total announced at f'i session represents protot both the UJA's regular drive, and the UJA Special Fund, undertaken in 1959 to cope with an immigration emergency occurring in the early part of the year. At an earlier session of the conference, delegates voted to seek a similar additional fund in 1960, over and above the regular campaign, in order to speed up Continued on Page 6 A ihodox Union Leaders ipose Presidents' Group ^W YORK—uncil called on Rabbi Jacob Do, Minister for Religious this week with a warning the dangers of proposed in election rules for the [of Chief Rabbi. Rabbi Toreportedly agreed to postImplementation of the Is after receiving the depufrevisions would transfer to government, municipalities her secular bodies the preslithority of the Rabbinical |I to name candidates for (leal posts. Another revision PS that the Chief Rabbis citizens of Israel and must more than 70 years of age ction. The chairman of the committee, who has a vote under the new regulamust be a ministerial apent. yioufly, the eight-man cornhad been composed of nember* named by the reb• I council and four by the try of Religions, all with an vote. effect of the new rules, it sserted, would bar the can of Rabbi Isaac Yehuda UnChief Rabbi of Tel Aviv, 71. They would also rule candidacy of Rabbi J. B. litchik, of Boston, who has equently mentioned for the of Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi, ^ould apparently give a clear Rabbi Shlomo Goren, now [Chaplain of the Israeli Deforces, who has strong Marking for the post. &f Moses I. Feuerstein, president of the Orthodox Union, urged that the conference be continued on an interim basis as a forum of presidents and not as an organization of organizations. He said that while the Orthodox Union considered it desirable to have a forum through which 'to coordinate and express the opinion of the American Jewish community with regard to matters of special importance to the totality of the community," the Orthodox Union did not feel such a forum should be established by the Presidents' Conference. Mr. Feuerstein proposed that such a forum should be created outside of the President's Conference and that until it was formed, the Presidents' Conference should be continued on an informal basis to "eliminate any need for a budget and secretariat, personnel or permanent offices." He contended that the Conference was dominated by the Jewish Agency and Zionist groups, that more could be accomplished for Israel "by a truly representative Continued on Page 7-A WILLIAM D. SINGER civic accomplishment DR. WUHUMINA DUNNING scientific research Egypt Troops Go On Alert as River Project Continues LONDON—(JTA)—The United Arab Republic would intervene militarily "on the very day that the Israelis begin to put into effect their plan to diverj the flow of the Jordan River," Maj. Salah Salem, Egypt's chief propagandist, declared Monday in an article in the Cairo newspaper Al Gumhouria, of which he is editor. The First Egyptian Army, he re vealed, had already been put on the alert on the Negev frontier and, should the Israelis begin the Jordan diversion scheme, this army would engage, he asserted, "in large-scale operations" with the support of the Second Syrian Army. The Egyptian editor called the Israeli water plan a "matter of life and death to the Arabs." If the Negev were rendered ferti)e, he warned, it could receive 2,000,000 more Jewish immigrants and would form a wedge beContinued on Page 4-A 'Outstanding' Award Given To Singer and Dr. Dunning The 13th annual Dade county "Outstanding Citizens Award" was presented Tuesday to William D. Singer and Dr. Wilhemina F. Dunning at a luncheon in the Everglades hotel. The award is sponsored annually* ~~ by B'nai B'rith, with Joseph M. Lipton, president of Dade Federal Savings and Loan Assn., as patron. Singer, head of the Royal Castle chain, was cited for his contribution as a member of the State Road Board, which contributed to the planning and construction of the newly-opened Julia Turtle Causeway and pro* posed expressway. Dr. Dunning is a cancer research specialist at the University of Miami. Judges responsible for choosing the winners were Fred K. Shochet, editor and publisher of The Jewish Floridian; Ralph Renick, vice president in charge of news. WTVJ-TV; George Beebe, managing editor, Miami Herald; and Sanford M. Swerdlin, chairman. Singer, chairman of the board of the Royal Castle System, was appointed to the State Road Board Continued on Page 2-A Gurion's Illness Postpones New Cabinet Opener JERUSALEM—(JTA)—The final technicalities were completed on Monday night in the constitution of a new Israel Government coalition, but Premier David Ben-Gurion. because of illness, was unable to present his cabinet to the Parliament for a confidence vote. The executive body of Mr. BenGurion's Mapai party, meeting Monday, formally ratified the terms of the coalition agreement under which the Progressive party and the National Religious party will form the new government with Mapai. The executive, in ratifying the agreement, expressed the hope that the two other labor parties, Mapam and Achdut Avodah, would also join the coalition. Mr. Ben-Gurion's new government will command 71 votes out of 120 in the Knesset. Mapai Party officials seized the opportunity provided by the enforced delay in presenting the new cabinet to renew efforts to Continued on Page 10-A US Favors Huge Loan to Nasser WASHINGTON-(JTA)-The management of the World Bank has decided to place before the bank's directors later this month a.proposal "o lend the United Arab Republic $56,000,000 to improve the Suez Canal despite the UAR's continued anti-Isr ael blockade. A bank spokesman said thatPresident" Eugene Black took the initiative as the management of the bank moved to bring the matter before the directors for • decision. It became apparent that the United States, which exerts powerful influence in the bank, had made a policy decision to approve the loan. Secretary of State Christian Herter commented at his press conference on the U. S. attitude toward the loan in connection with the unresolved Israel blockade Uue. Mr. Herter said the World Bank was essentially n economic institution and the less it is subjected to political prosSpecial Holiday Fashion Supplement Golda Explains Israel Objection To Revival of Old UN Body LONDON—(JTA)—Mrs. Golda Meir, Israel's Foreign Minister, said this week that Israel "would be committing suicide" if it accepted a large number of the Arab refugees. —+ This explanation of Israel's stand on the issue of repatriation of the Arab refugees en masse appeared in the Times of London, whose correspondent was one of a group of overseas newsmen now in the Middle East. The correspondents met with Mrs. Meir during a visit to Israel as part of their mission to investigate the problems of the Arab refugees. Mrs. Meir said Israel had clearly stated its determination not to permit the return of large numbers of the refugees and its objection to the proposed revival of the Palestine Conciliation Commission. She said a revived FCC, as called for in a resolution on extension of the mandate of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency passed by the UN Special Political sure, the greater its value will be. He said diplomatic pressures should be employed by governments and not by the bank. He said he did not know when the matter would be finally voted. The Secretary said he had discussed the matter with Israeli diplomats and "leaders." Rep. Leonard Farbstein, New York Democratic member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, Continued on Page 9-A • • • Sec. C Continued on Page ISA •



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Page 10-B 9-Jelst)tk>r*MM Friday, D**^. Dynamic Architects See Conception Fulfilled The new Mi Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami is a reality, and the intellectual force behind its construction can now relax—at least so far as this job is concerned. The force is in the form of two dynamic young men, Donald Smith and Irvin Korach, who make up the architectural firm of Smith and Korach here. In the fall of 1953, Smith and Korach were retained to prepare preliminary studies for additions to the Mt. Sinai Hospital building at 4300 Alton rd., and in July, 195* received the commission to design what later was to become the gigantic $10 million structure which was dedicated Sunday on Collins Island. After a lapse of five years and more than 40.000 hours of research, design, drafting and engineering. Smith and Korach Sunday saw their architectural conception brought to fulfillment. "From the inception of the new building, we were fortunate in being able to work with Dr Herman Smith, nationally noted hospital consultant from Chicago," the architects noted Wednesday. IKVIN KOfACH "He brought to us the crosscountry thinking of a better trend in hospital planning." In all. there were some 2.000 man hours and 400 different drawings Involved in the preliminary study, and seven schemea were devised and evaluated before the final plan was presented and approved. "We think it worth noting," the architects ompKatiied, "that the structural frame of the boildiof was erected et a coat of $3.75 per (0). ft." So thorough were Smith and Korach in their preliminary conceptions, that they often donned masks and gowns for admission Into surgery and maternity at the old hospital site in order to develop constantly improved ideas about the planning of these new departments. In addition, they made time and motion studies of clean-up methods in surgery, consulted with the Department of Pathology, R a d i o I o g y. technicians, nurses, orderlies and janitors. The actual amount of time consumed in the design, contract drawings, details and supervision reached a staggering sum of 38,221 man hours: architectural contract details and specifications— 21.041; structural engineering, 5.206; mechanical aod electrical engineering, 10,974. During the building progress, there were over 2,500 prints of additional drawings mailed to out-of-town bidders. These man-hours st week do net Include time spent In conferences with staff and board of directors. ''There was s netting of the building committee every Monday during the entire progress ef the project," Smith declared. "And approximately 1,000 hours were spent by us in color selections," Korach said, "inasmuch as a decorator was not retained until the final year of construction." Smith and Korach selected all floor patterns, pure vinyl floors, ceramic tile for floors and walls, and wood paneling. The architects also contacted Herman von Brockdorff, noted Danish artist, to arrange for the designing of the hospital's breath-taking lobby and mural. I t KWAUHR, Teachers Plan Workshop Here A two-daj work-hop for Hebrew teachers is being i p oBeared 1st PIT 28 and 2!" bj the Boreas of Jewisa Education in collaboration with the Jewish National Fund on i Beabeval in the Jew •-, boots. H Dr A/nei rTlsenbarg, executive 1 Vice president oi the Jewi>h Edu-1 cation Committee of New York., will be principal speaker at the iir>t session of the workshop to be held at the Kitz Plaza hotel The second day of the workshop will feature a model lesson on the teaching of Tu Beshevat. Meyer Samberg, Hebrew instrucI tor at Temple Emanu-EI, will present the lesson in a live class situation. The work-hop will conclude with a luncheon on I>ec. 29. at which time re-ults w.11 be summarized and evaluated. Dr. F.senberg is nationally famous RS educator, author and lecturer. He is a former president of the National Assn. tor Jewish Education, and was director of Bureaus of .lewi-h Education in Cincinnati. Cleveland and I'hila delphia. He is the author of numerous textbooks for the Jewish school, including "Modern Jewish Life in Modern Literature." "The Bar Mitzvah Treasury." "The Dead Sea S


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amber 18, 1959 THE TOUCH Of THE COUTURIER Page 7-C ie Variety of Distinctive ier+s Fashions at Marlane's in the heart oi downtown the Marlane Shop, where icialize in clothes with a ^iginals of some of the most m designers are to be found long them Estevez, Lili An, ert Morton. ^ne's carry a very large secoclctail and formal wear, I range from 5 to 20. For the [who prefers to shop in an Bre of undisturbed privacy, I's have opened the Queen's where surrounded by paintmay shop in an elegant rely manner. couturier touch is achieved lane's in their ability to reply gown —i especially forV like a long gown that at to look a little different. I simple matter for their staff. Son to re-designing gowns, rs also create many of their ginals. ine's are noted for originnd individuality in their iTheir clothes are high style, avoid fads by stressing BS, with the result that they go out of style. |tesy and individual interest customer by the members Istaff are Marlane's manner. nor street wear, and suits in Ition to formal wear, make ck as flexible as the price I Beginning with the propularfiftHS^ ** col,ec,ion 9<*" prices ^ l C U,Urier 0li !" l *h* Ano,her featu > of Marlane's is then extensive Bridal Salon. Their P. tsburgh store is one of the largest bridal shops in the country. And !n e Llev a e7cmr ^ ** *"* !" There, as in Miami, they dress not only the bride, but the bridesmaids, Dower girl, and mother of the bride, as well. For over a guarter of a century, Marlane's have been one of the leaders in the bridal gown industry. They design and make most of their gowns, and create gowns for the remainder of the wedding party to blend in line, style, and fabric. H GETTING HAIR STYLE pointers from specialist J. Baldi are Mrs. Herman Boren (left) and Mrs. Louis Seitlin at a recent "Day with J. Baldi" sponsored by Beth David Congregation Sisterhood. Dior Features the 'Willow Look' of Yves St. Laurent In the winter collection, Christian Dior presents the "Willow Look" created by Yves St. Laurent. With the American way of life firmly in mind, his new silhouette emphasizes both suppleness of line and freedom of motion. It is a collection varied in outline, but always precise and never cluttered with superfluous detail. • Shoulders are wider, without being exaggerated. Often the shoulder seam is dropped. • Waistlines are most often in their natural place, cinched by wide belts or crushed cummerbunds. • Skirts are slightly longer, giving a balanced and graceful look to the figure. 9 Fabrics are sumptuous in color and texture, but much lighter in in weight in keeping with the "Willow Look." • Colors are vibrant. The most exciting new one is Bleu de France. There is a most enchanting aubergine and many varied shades of leafy greens and browns, and clear wine reds. Collars are newly beautiful, cut with great finesse. Coats are fabulous in several new shapes. Some are loose enough to be worn over suits without being cumbersome. And others are slim, but all have a masterful new cut OKH MON. • FBI. NITI 1* FASHIONS CORNER of S.E. 1st ST. and MIAMI AVE. £



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Page 12-A vknlstfhrkUcur '\ Talmud Class of Temple Ner Tamid recently completed the Tract Mood. Marking the occasion was a breakfast celebration at the Temple under the direction of Rabbi Eugene Lcbovitz. Seated (left to right) are Louis Hammerman. Morris Spiselman. Bernard Soroka, Harry Kaplan. Ben Marin and Rev. David Klein, instructor. Standing (left to right) are Alex Eig, Louie Clair. Bernard Katx, Joseph Moskowitz, Maurice Horowitz, Carl Greene, and Rabbi Labovitx. Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky greets new officers of Beth Tfalah Congregation. Rear (left to right) are Paul Weiss, recording secretary; Joseph M. Myers, financial secretary; and Isidore Miller treasurer. Front (left to right) are Rev. Simon Zaretzkv second vice president; Dr. M. J. Vrfra. president; Rabbi Rackovsky. Beth Tfilah spiritual leader; and P Rrev. Joseph KranU. m h^ FeSldent ^taltation took place Saturday at Beth Chanuka Fete At Monticello Students of the Monticello Park Jewish Center have turned into artists, sculptors, essayists and song writers for the school's an nual Chanuka art and essay contest. Theme of the contest, for which the school's PTA awards the prizes is 'The Festival of Lights." and the traditional menorah is being made in media such as CISJL styrofone. wood and construction paper. Other students have written essays on the background and history of Chanuka. The school is also sponsoring a home decoration contest, and a committee will visit all participating homes just before Chanuka begins on Friday evening. Dec. 25. Highlighting the final week of school before Chanuka will be another "Gal Gal Gadol" quiz program in which students of the Hebrew school will participate. Young Israel Will Dedicate Synagog The old pioneer spirit Jirought tion of a new edifice for the fir-t and only synagogue and Youth Center under Orthodox auspices in the area. A unique idea in rund raisin" was the donation of labor and ma" tartsJi by the members of Youn % %  Israel of Greater Miami toward the complete remodeling and con struction of its recently acquirer! property. Carpentry, masonry electrical work, and painting, of the new sanctuary were all com pleted by the members themselves Saturday will witness the con secratien of the new sanctuary •nd first service in Yoony Israel's quarters it IN Nl 171 t s. Rabbi Sh.rwin Stauber, leader of the cengreqatien. will preach en "Labor of Leve." Saturday will also see the open ing meeting of the Young Israel Teen Club, for boys and girls ages 13 to 1. On Saturday afternoon, at 5 p.m Rabbi Stauber will begin a series of weekly lectures on the "Bible in Light of Recent Archaeological Discoveries." Pupih DIM on Program Pupils of the Hebrew school of 1 Temple Tifereth Jacob will dram atize the Chanuka Festival at a Sisterhood meeting Wednesday at 7:45 p.m. Israeli end liturgical singing will conclude the program which is under the direction of Rabbi Leo Heim end Moshe Gnver. Friday,; St'll Smany,^ "• Greater Sj • W -*'UfeswH ov WCKT-TV! 7 r""&}} b : v '* Ink* R3 '/'"Kregatiom, fJL ,,a Mnt hi p£J L *'" Kror. lsh „M$I 'n>. with Cwtar | Dunsky IN MEMOWl BELOVED! MICHA| T HE UNVflUNGqJ SUNDAY, *• SINAI H££' DR IVING |L Offid*^" M "l <* Mtnh,|_ HjroM Ma '-I,,. • •mr.ta. FRIENDS AW i, *E ASKEB R) i To Lire in Hwi\ Behind It t$l pjy *o£ Chanuka Program On TV Sunday "Oil for but One Day." an orig mal teleplay by Marc Siegel. wiU be presented by the Jewish Theological Seminary of America on NBC's -Eternal Light" program Sunday, 9:30 a.m.. over WCKT-TV ch. 7. Starring Tbeoaore Bikel. "Oil for but One Day" is a program of drama and songs celebrating Chanuka the Festival of Lights, which this year begins at sundown on Dec. 25. Rabbi Arthur A Chiel. of the Seminary, is program editor for "Eternal Light Doris Ann pro duces the program for NBC. and Milton E. Krents is the Seminary producer. Martin Hoade directs AUGUST BROS fty. s th>' fli s; REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Largest and Oldaat Habraw Supply HOUM In Qeaatar Miami WN0US4U seal tftTAft Comptate Llna af Hafceaw Suppiia. Hib n m and ISRAELI OlFTS ana NOVCLTICS 417 W aehilM Ave. Mtl? ScSaduW SMsMT, K SJ| SmmSmee 1 Cawfeq UNA SOLOMON C0UJB.li RMn B Unl May ThmSM in Ettnil'l AttANCaMI ralMU'S mmi Miami Hebrew Book Store 1SSB WASHINGTON AVI Miami Baach j£ a-3S40 Habraw Rallglaua Suppliaa far Synagoflua*. 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You never pay for maintenance taie and •aeaammti cannot be lev ted And Mount Nebo ia to trrrntjy kmtfy .. m •rreuiWc ... a* mil iilatkini^ it hat already been the caVaaca of over 4.000 Jewish famdm. Why owl memte fuU detad.? I I \ a.iare MOST atAunntL exciusrvtiv JIWISM c**en*r Name. Addrem City Zone Northwpst 3ea 5r^ MOtaas* IJ**



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Page IOC +Jml%* Horldkun • for the ultimate in fine apperel SHOP ANN'S IMPORTERS, Florida's largest Assortments of the Finest SUITS • COATS • DRESSES hi tm> Hmmt •* B SS S S WS l rfcnc Including 100% lm T Ch%  M wd 5.n u i Ki.Am l.ath.r. COATS The finest and largest selection of genuine 100^ imported Cashmere mullium lined pelt* Junior, misses and ladies, one of our many, many styles. 75 00 00 135 Beautiful Custom Made, Imported, Lace Trimmed famous "DALTON" CASHMERE SWEATERS from 59 9$ 150 00 •* Luxurious, Imported Full Fashioned MrNK TRIM CASHMERE SWEATERS ^•movt '0AITONSWEATEB „,.h .11 ,ypm of •'"". GtNUINt MINK COUAtS RtCUlAR $,5000 h 9m mi "Sit OUR LAROI SBJCTrON OR FUR TRIMMED SWfATRW Ann's Importers Features Complete Collection of Suits, Sweaters, Coats Ann's Importers hare been in business on Iincoln rd. for a number of years, and feature a complete collection of dresses, suits, coats, and coordinates. Their collection of Dalton coordinates is known all over. The Dalton sweater is full-fashioned tar fit flattery, and is 100 percent imported virgin cashmere. Ann's Importers specialise in the Dalton connoisseur silk knits where the lithe elegance of knitted silk in the blouse and ribbed •Jail create a couturier costume. The Dalton coordinates feature nautical styling on the blouse with a removable tie. hand-detailed rose print on the blouse, and skirts not only of soft wool but also of doeskin flannel and tweeds. For the yachting et. there is the sweater vest with its own matching wool doeskin flannel slacks. Cocktail dresses are also to be found at Ann's Importers. One dress from the Esteves collection that has been featured in Vogue is available there. It comes in black or white silk crepe whh either black fox or white mink trim on the modified COD sleeve. r Their collection of coats and suits one of the largest in the area. Their entire second floor is devoted to tneee, where among many wellknown designers, the complete Lili An collection is to be found. sWAt BOUTIQUf COURCTIONT JEWRRY PROM ITAIY High Fashion Without High Prices Ro'al is an unusual name, and many people wonder about its origin. The Miracle Mile shop has been operated as a husband-and-wife team for the past thirteen years "Ro" for Rose, and "AT for Albert Friedman. Ro'al policy is based on the belief that high fashion need not be high-priced. To make this a reality, they copy expensive gowns, and their holiday line features a large collection of cocktail dresses and formaLs at popular prices. With the growing trend toward long formaLs, Ro'al has all sizes for this season. The collection includes chiffons, laces, organsas. brocades, and several theatre ensembles. The satin theatre coat is prominent among their colection. It u cut full enough to go over a kxrqe lar and long sleeve, a^ j, ^ able in black, white, fuchsia and turquoise. "" The Ro'al boutique collection feaK!!l2! W lry J r ? m ^T that is handhlhgreed and brushed with gold. From France and Belgium. Roal oi fers hand-beaded and peut-point evening bags at about half the price —> would expect them to be. ^ L NATIVE BAHAMIAN HANDMADE woodcarvina. reprodncsf J early drawings of King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella ft,,, other beautiful and artistic pieces are avaUbLs from Island crafts. Box 1683. Nassau. Bahamas Visitors to the island oni their shop on Bank In. off Bay sL. Nassau. WALL FIAQUES AND FREE-STANDING SCURTURE Rebirth of Early Bahamian Heritad More and more tourists are visiting Na ss au in the Bahamas, and most of them have discovered a new Bahamian industry This dis cov e ry to reeponefblv far o flood Of bandcarved woodcrafts, suet as wed) lor Me home and a Photogwphed are carvings — from early drawings of King Ferdin and and Queen Isabella of Spain. The original inhabitants of the Bahamas were the Lucayan Indians, who carved these statues—not as gods—but in homage. The ssssVJtoh who were influenced by Olmec culture of Gulf Coast Mexico, were later completely annihilated by their Spanish conquerors. This rebirth of the early Bahamian ancestral heritage, utilising native craftsmen and native materials is due to John Weber, an, American artist intensely interested in anthropology. Weber is an industrial designer, who was associated far 35 years with Pennsylvania House, one of the noted manufacturers of Early American furniture. After rearing to Bellcore Beach. Fla.. the Webers vacationed in Nassau, liked it and morsd tsst] er took a carving as a git Bl Maura, who is a oaths f Maura became so about this unique bit of 1 he persuaded Weber to goi nedship with him to aeJ souvenirs that speak of nil Bahamas. These wall plaque; sn standing scultprures an sT made of local wood, isskr glass and objects boo hi of the harbor — pjeoen" 1 metal discardede bom I or nam ental works of cstj different, and almost all L— -OM temporary Contemporary linn? %  scaled to a global diiiisMsjl interpretations of nmetosjif" must be tempered to oar r world with its head twrl ward but with its f** m \ on the ground. •Vet fAsmon niwr *KNH a Glancey-Dencey Chiffon Forma/ *29** (with the $100 look) White, Pi**, '•" Am tank chart* l*V^wy pttn 6>. t Open Tonfte *HI • RJR. •d RVRRY NITE to Xmes



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3 r 18, 1959 ting Rites Feins Coldia-und Stanley exchanged wedding [Dec. 13, at Beth El Rabbi Solomon at the 7 p.m. douriony. the daughter of Mr. nan Goldin, 3301 Mcoconut Grove. The Ots are Mr. and Mrs. 5021 NW 4th St.. raduated from Miami [School and Charron imercial College. She flife member of Tsion [Girls. attended Miami Senserved with the U.S. • is a member of Sig[ternity, and owner of rvice Station, followed for friends at the home of the its. frs. Olstein will reside imi. Tj**lslJ1crktiar) Kupper tool Told |rs. I. Jerry Swartz, of Jity, announce the enIheir daughter, Max ^eth Kupper, son of Dr. Loo R. Kupper, 1005 liami Beach. i-cU'-'t is a graduate of Dii College, New York now a sophomore at livereity. m-to-be, who is a-na(i.imian and attended [and high schools here, %  the University of Floraivi'rsity of Miami. A' is in training in the raj;e firm of John KapYork. iged couple will arrive lor the holiday season. Dr. and Mrs. Kupper them with a cocktail pir borne. )UR LETTER LOOK sfrrn ON >nal Stationery MARCH SHEETS with ENVELOPES for Mly $1.50 and Peifof e Includes 1 SHAPIRO IANGFORD UK. hone Fl 9-Of S5 Lynn Schwartz Betrothal Told ..y and Mrs. Mason Schwartz 10331 E. Broadview dr., Bay Har hor Islands, announce the engagement of their daughter, Lynn, to Dr. Samuel Berkowitz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Berkowitz, o'f New York. Miss Schwartz attended local schools, the University of Michigan and is presently a senior at the University of Miami. She is the president of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority. Dr. Berkowitz attended New York University. He is a member of Alpha Omega dental fraternity and served with the 3rd Marine Division in Japan. He completed training in orthodontia at the University of Illinois, and is now practicing in South' Miami. The wedding will take place in June, 1960. Page 9-B Strauss, Bulman Are Engaged Mr. and Mrs. Louis M. Strauss, of Annapolis, Md., announce the engagement of their daughter, Karen Lee, to Leonard Z. Bulman. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Colman Bulman, of Washington, D. C, and Miami Beach. The prospective bridegroom is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Zinnamon, of Miami Beach. Miss Strauss is a senior at the University of Maryland. Her fiance is an alumnus of the Univer' I sity of Maryland, and expets to j be graduated from George Washington University law school in June. Werner-Kahn MISS LYNN SCHWARTZ Chanuka Party For Servicemen A traditional Chanuka dinner party for local servicemen and their families will be held Sunday, Dec. 28, in the Seville hotel. Mrs. Louis Glasser, chairman of the Jewish Welfare Board Armed Services committee for Greater Miami, under whose auspices the affair is being held, has announced that sponsors will be the B'nai B'rith women's chapters and men's lodges of South Florida. The program will feature an cACE PERRY is Greetings from %  % t errys ooi r5 NAVARRE HI 8-1345 kjs by Appointment MISS JUDITH ABRAMS Freeman, Abrams Eye June Rites Mr. and Mrs. Sam L. Freeman, 10 Shore dr. N., announce the engagement of their daughter, Judith Lynn, to Samnel Harry Abrams. The groom-to-be is the son of Mrs. Minnie Abrams and the late Clayton Abrams, of Brookhaven, Miss. Miss Freeman graduated from Miami Senior High School, attended Sophia Newcomb College for two years, and is now a senior at Emory University. She is a member of Alpha Epailon Phi sorority. Mr. Abrams graduated from Georgie Institute of Technology, where he received his Bachelor's degree in industrial engineering, and is now working toward a Master's degree. He is a memher of Phi Epsilon Pi fraternity. The couple plan a June 19, I960 wedding. Wolfson Gift To New Sinai l In recognition of his "constant financial support and interest in 1 Mt. Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami," the board of trustees Wed'nesday unanimously voted to dedicate the 326-seat auditorium as the j Louis E. Wolfson Auditorium. The hall, which eventually will I contain the bronze statues of all founders — donors of $50,000 or more—will become one of the most unique assets of the new facility, according to the board, since it will be connected by closed circuit color television to the operating suite. Wolfson's grant of $250,000 presented to the hospital in April, 1955, was the first such large contribution received. Wolfson is widely known for his business and philanthropic activities, and the Wolfson Family Foundation, Inc., of Jacksonville, Fla., is responsible for the distribution of large sums of money to education and medical institutions all over the country. ATIONS PERSONALIZED STATIONERY, llNGS. MATCHES, [BAS MITZVAHS NAPKINS, ETC. An Ideal Chanuka Gift IK IVY Iff A SCHER ALL YOUR PRINTING NEEDS WING, EMBOSSING, riNG Phone HI 4-4602 PERSONALIZED A COMMERCIAL Ner Tumid Chanuka Fata Children of Temple Ner Tamid religious school will present their annual Chanuka program Sunday. Highlighting the program will be nursery school children under the direction of Mrs. Hope Herman.. In charge of the program is Mrs. Zvi Feinstein. Chanuka delicacies will be served. Mrs. Joseph Sherbill is president of the PTA sponsoring group. ^ BIKUR CHOLIM KOSHER CONVALESCENT HOME NON PROFIT — NON-SECTARIAN SUPPORTED BY YOUR COMMUNITY '•Hat Supervisor, .f th. OrthodoK Vd H.hMhruth of Florid* Rabbi Or. lute H. ver. Director 24-HOUP. NURSING — DOCTORS ON CALL [P'PTS OBSERVED — CONGENIAL SURROUNDINGS U t*mnm T rmmmmts rmmnor mnama IHnt Avt. ph. jf 2-3571 Mtopl Btach RUTH FOREMAN presents "PINOCCHIO" with Music and Donein. Pepperi Directed by IVAN KIVITT STUDIO M NW MrK PlYHSt M* t $• %  Weekdayi ADMISSION-t5c BIRTHDAY PARTIES-** RESERVATIONS JE 42 or HI 44111 OPENING SATURDAY, OK. !* %  Kosher Bakery For Sale ONLY KOSHER IMOY m MIAMI Pkene HI 4-7171 HI 3-M07 original musical play, "Judah Rides Again," presented by the teen-agers of Temple Emanu-El. Guests will receive miniature menocahs and holiday gifts. Invitations to the Sunday affair have been sent to the following military installations: Homestead Air Force Base, Key West Naval Air Force Base, Bartow Air Base, McDill Air Force Base at Tampa, Cecil Field, and Patrick Air Force Base. Among the variety of hospitality programs sponsored in the Miami area by the Armed Services committee have been free symphony concerts, tickets to local prize fights, tickets to the local seaquarium, visits to a number of welfare agencies of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and free tickets to theaters and movies. A spring wedding is planned. 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Page 4-B +Jelstnt*M**r Friday, Jewish Floridian Exclusive YOUR M. c ARRIAGE LOINSELGT '. ." iy Samutl Cf. Blue Star Camps Annual Well, here I am after an absence of a month or more, and feeling almost as good as new. A few months ago, my wife and I conceived the happy idea of taking a vacation in New York. Frankly, I was getting a bit fed up with the cultural wastes of Miami. In the year I had been here, I had %  Mi a number of second-rate plays performed by third rate actors, had heard what purported to be a major symphony orchestra (Dr. Sevitzky is certainly a vast improvement, however), and had seen a great deal of inferior art. the works of Reyna Youngerman being among the few notable exceptions. As I say. we were ripe for New York. I had visions of a feast of theater, opera, ballet, foreign films and art exhibits to compensate for the intellectual famine of the past year or so. Besides, there was another reason for going to New York. A marriage counseling association, of which I have the honor to be a paid-up member, was holding its annual conclave, and I was eagerly looking forward to meeting some old friends. All in all. it was an exciting prospect. So that my column might continue in my absence, I invited Rabbis Yaakov Rosenberg and Irving Lehrman to take over as guest columnists. Both accepted my invitation promptly and graciously, and both submitted their copy when promised. I was all set. well, I came to enjoy swimming more and more. But I was not satisfied. There were other worlds to conquer, and I had the urge to conquer at least one of them, the art and science of diving. Prodded by the swimming instructor I. at long last, and after much prayer and soul searching, decided to take some diving lessons. "Why not?" 1 thought My long, lean figure on the diving board— the stylish leap into space, the graceful cutting of the water—there was a .spectacle to excite the admiration of the pool area throngs. Blue Star Camps, Henderson ville N. C vill hot] its annual reunion and *geMofctrnn-" for the (fTeater Miami area—on Tuesday. Dec. 29, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., at the Biscaync. Terrace hotel, according to Herman and Harry Popkin, of Atlanta, Ga., founder and direc tors. "We extend a cordial invitation," the Popkin brothers said, "to our' campers, parents and friends to join us for brunch and to see our 199S camping season rnevles. to discuss our camping program 'with a purpose,' and to renew our summer friendship and fellow ship." Blue Star Cam p a, located 27 miles from Ashevitle, N. C, in the heart of the Blue RMee Mountains, were founded 13 { years ape, ensi wrM eheerve its "Bar MHxveh" summer in l(to. Relink*, Tn. camp, ,„ dj TJ '"• *•* ov,„ ,„7" Panted out. -£J* : 8|rls individual E2> **!* the tthaSj, camp. The f, ve p£*, •""or boys. te*,,Sy ^"" %  or-trunTgljjN In charge of thlw a Mrs Harry Rosnfi' E-. Miami. w Taking a Diva When the first guest column appeared, The Jewish Floridian announced that I was going on Vacation, and so I had every intention of doing. But it was not to be. Call it kismet, fate, or whatevei you want, but the fact remains that I never did to N York Instead. I Mas bedded by a punctured ear drum and a bout with pneumonia. How I cot the punctured ear drum is a storv in itself. When 1 first came to Miami from Baltimore. 1 was a rather Indifferent ulaj— But in the year or more that 1 lived in an oceanfront hotel, there • rnoon that 1 was not either in the ocean or in the swimming pool. In all modesty. I must etsntetl that I became quite a good swimmer. developiaj a slow and easy style that -uiled mv personality perfectly. And as with anything we do Claan Living Wins Out The challenge was too irresistible, the urge almost compulsive. Before I knew what I was doing, I had furtively exchanged some money with the diving instructor (I didn't want my wife to know that I had to take lessons), and I was getting my f.rst instructions. Alas. I wish I could report that I was a huge success, that my diving exhibition aroused the enthusiastic admiration of the pool afficianados. But I must candidly acknowledge that my first dive was my last, and that I was fished out of the water with nothing more to show than a sadly deflated ego and a badly punctured ear drum. Well, as most of my readers know, one thing usually leads to another. In my case that something led to pneumonia. I became quite ill. My brow was feverish, my hearing impaired, and I was as weak as a new born colt. But clean living eventually won out. and after several weeks longer than the normal course of the disease. I began to regain some of my strength. As l say, I am almost as good as new. It's true, of course, that 1 don't hear nearly as well as I did | before I became too ambitious, and that I am still weak and have a hacking cough. But my numerous physicians assure me thai I am doing very well, indeed, and I look forward confidently to the future!' Next week. God willing. 1 am going to resume STlt-t ins about love and marriage. Until then, I am still going to dream about some day going to New York for a vacation. Mr. Klimfh evnJJeele far prtomH .m'.e cruse/r-f • &f • Mmmt$m-tm SSadleol HH-. ; Ml ; THE FINEST FOR YOU* AFFAIR choice of fhe following rooms. IMIASSY • VICTORIA • MUOADOON KINO'S TIMACI • AROYU a MAT HI a Surroundings of efaoonce and luxury, fouHhu wry. K* and incomporob/e cuisine. Groups of 10 fo 47$ ore occommodofed royally for all cofered occasions. MirMttiM nfll S.rtWrUI Cstsssss 0 r sss sssss Sisterhood to Map Functions Regular Sisterhood meeting of. Temple Ner Tamid will be held on. Wednesday evening in Sklar Audi torium. Highlights will be a Cthv nuka program and discussion of' _. _^. plans for a Chanuka festival con-4 cert Dec 26 and a New Year's Eve' dinner dance. KICAYM stvft, ut %  M sis, MAM 001 iir„ EAU Complete Catejinf FtdSsjl | for that Special Partyl servr.) in an elaontfaijsj xiiliinalmurion setting Ufet vi reflect vour food tufc | CONFIRMATIONS RECEPTIONS WEDDINGS BANQUETS MEETINGS PARTIES Tete-a-tete or s pit %  rlfhratina J ith 3^00j Bill ^GOIDRIW) $yperrri Isssv Co terms AitaW PHONE: UN 545111 ONTHC OaiNb.'ih'OtMIAMI BEAO %  ueln P Have that £ I Msetting, ft quet, or ^ claal Occasion ? You'll find complete fociliries to exactly jotisfy your needs in the Kismet, Aloddin, Scheherazade and Ruboiyat Rooms, be it for o wedding or o private party! •t ffffst C^< ftrtcrs tor Information! HAZEL ALLISON Catertita Dlrootor. JE 1-6061 atom si. a coiiim* aw, 0B "l tClAI A, 44,1 ||i||f mumt iEACi



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?age J +Jcwist fk-rHkm A NEW APPROACH TO GETTING ACQUAINTED Panoramic View of What MiamiV Finer Shops Offer In this, our first Fashion Supplement for The Jewish Floridian. we have tried to do something a little different. While it is by no means a complete survey of the local fashion picture, we have attempted to help give you some insight into just what many of Greater Miami's finest shops offer. Newcomers to the area, as well EDITH APPLEBAUM Jjmmttff of lt\ CIMCH "1 consider woman as a beautiul romantic animal, that may be idorned with furs and feathers, ">earls and diamonds, ores and ailks." — Joseph Addison as many of you who have lived here for years, sometimes become bewildered about just where to shop for something special. In these columns, we have briefly described their methods, the type of merchandise they carry, something about the shops themselves, and helpful sidelights relating to the shop owners. This "get-acquainted" idea is one we hope you like. In addition, many women are now actively working on holiday-time civic and philanthropic projects, and so we've tried to advise you as to when and where some of these glamorous affairs will be taking place. Looking one's best is something every woman hopes to achieve. Gowns and smart daytime dresses, however lovely they may be, will lose their "extra something" if there's an "extra something" also gone to waist. This, In conjunction with our fashion hints, should combine to make the coming holiday season one of the happiest ever. Look your best, and feel your best Put you beet foot forward 'neath a %  leek calf topped by an ensemble that will make heads turn. This doesn't necessarily take great expense. But it does take careful planning and good taste. Toward these ingredients, we anticipate you will be helped along through a careful perusal of our Fashion Supplement Happy Holiday! >ne m LINCOLN ROAD, Ml. Jf M12I hJ,"r vtf y face and ^hio ne d1 or > 0ur pta nce ;, v e !> ou Pyo m o r\ seUct >n*Ub u t 0US far or a f Uf d ; a pcd sueater from **• ~J8L // COLO STOtASI VAULTS AN| WOmoOMS ON HUMim I/M 0* CUffi Or IffA-Wmt DIAMOND JUBILEE ARRANGEMENTS corrurZeTT"? in behalf of*. National Children'. CssC££ £ *' 0r i t m ? "r*** mdt ,acqu ~ *-• ***Z* ii?i W.intraub. Paul Rimmelr. and Leo Ratner. Mr, iw J Ratner are committee co-chairmen. *"* %  Elegance in Furs by Mr. Herr Furs by Mr. Herman is owned by Albert Herman, who is well-known to residents of Dade and Broward counties. Mr"H" started in the fur business some thirty years ago on the ground floor while attending school, making him the fifth generation in the fur business. The raw fur business was the first step m his long career, handling of the pelts and then into manufacturing of fur pieces. He became one of the outstanding manufacturers of furs in New York, and is capable of making a fur garment from the %  elections of pelts to the completion of the oarment *^ Mr. Herman had other interests to mind when he came to Miami Beach, but he was sought by a local turner because of his past experience. r ^ During the yean In k. Lincoln rd. Mr. Hem*] many friend* and cause of his advict <| fur dollars wisely. Furs by Mr. Herao| elegant decor to a furs in a wide prioj i_ the budget-wise buys. Without Extravagaw" ii Mr. Herman adopted i ago. Furs by Mr. Heanj cold storage rauhi on ftj which offer the custturj ience of entering to L_ piece or replacing a MM ing business hours at ml Mr. Herman also featmsj for the grooming of isw free to the customer! oil vaults, no matter wh purchased their fun. Sareze: Mark of Fashion in Sports Sareze Sportswear has been a fashion mark for so long that tourists from all over the country save their sportswear buyina until they come to Miami where they can buy it at Sareze. Mr. and Mrs. George B. Feller, who originated the Sareze line fourteen years ago, have now officially reentered the business. They are featuring some of the same Sareze styles that have remained popular over the intervening years because of their classic styling, excellent fit and beautiful fabrics. They manufacture, and sell in _.".. retaU ,tore •housands of sportswear items in sizes six to twenty, and in a range oft colors from basics B| jewel tones. Sareze specialises s] — and are especially i pants, particularly psMJ Tailored to flatter the f J the distinctive quality i\ wear. The Fellers hare bsefl since 1926, and are dam of Beth David Synagossv] neer family is well participation in citric asdl pic projects, and canes} I organizations they bekojfj world-famous 100 Club 1 Beach. The Original 0* ARE BACK! WITH THf TKRIWC VAl* AMD STYLES THAT MA SAREZE FAMOUS! GEORGE FEllER President and originator of Sareze Sportswear MIAJ iMACH'CtM* ,,l, l



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jmber 18, 1959 +JewlstiFk>riidlfa>n Page 3F 3**fc Jaycee-ettes Install Officers Miami Beach Jaycee-ettes held their third annual installation banquet Sunday, 6:30 p.m., at the Embers restaurant. Metro commissioner C hades Hall was toastmaster, and introduced Ray Sterling, local civic leader, as guest speaker. Ted Cohen, past president of the Miami Beach Jaycees, installed the new officers: President, Barbara Kleinman: first vice president, Marylou Beck; second vice president, Sally Rousso; recording secretary, Sue Levine; corresponding secretary, Eunice Seidler; treasurer, Carol Lee Kleinman. MISS BARBARA KUINMAN Lodge Elects Hoberman George Gorsnwin Lodge, Knigh' of Pythias, has elected Louis I I Hoberman commander of th lodge. Hoberman served durir the past two years as prelate ar chairman (if the sunshine comm tee. He is aNo editor of the lock 'Bulletin. He .was nominST?c! la: | week as one of Dade county ; "Outstanding Citizens of the Year Dr. Moskowitx in Talk Dr. Estelle Moskowitz discusse 'Parent-Child Relationships—Ho\ !to Create Fun in the Home" at ; meeting of the Presbyterian Cour. seling Service on Tuesday at th I First Presbyterian Church. Sadkin, president of Miami Beach chapter of B'nai lomen, shows Joseph Malek plaque he'll receive at : in New Orleans" celebration Sunday in recognition utributions to B'nai B'rith. leans'Nite On Beach Sunday i 500 guests are expecttend the 12th annual [New Orleans," sponsoring Beach B'nai B'rith nday evening at 611 86th LEY TEA A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 here'* Yom Tov jpirit in DC tea.. ."flavor crushed" illicit strength and stimui... richer taste and pleas* rith your fleishigs and %  is and between meal hment... The Mardi Gras has special significance this year. Proceeds will be contributed to the Leo M. Levi Arthritis Hospital at Hot Springs, Ark. Mrs. Revy Balkin will reign over the affair. Her co-chairmen are Mrs. Paul Sadkin, Mrs. Kate Rubin and Mrs. Eugene Weiss. Mrs. Balkin, a former resident of New Orleans, will have her home decorated with authentic photos and souvenirs of the Old French Quarter. Michael Sossin will be master of ceremonies at a Dixieland show starring Joseph Malek. who will be presented with a plaque for his contribution to B'nai B'rith. Other members of the committee are Mesdames Rose Kitty, Evelyn Bloch, Jean Goldstaub, Minnie Solomon, Sonia August, Clara Denner, Eva Blum, Blanche Wolosh, Estelle Keller, Ann Kaufman, Belle Margohne, Gil Pearlroth and Etta Gervin. ORT Plans Chanuka Fete North Dade chapter of Women's American ORT will hold its second annual children's Chanuka party Saturday. 4 p.m., at the Oak Grove School, 156th st. and NE 8th ave. Afternoon will include a dance recital by the John Chadwick Dance Studios, movies and cartoons, and a fashion show modeled by children of ORT members. Commentary is by Vickie Dunn. Proceeds will go entirely to the Tel Aviv project, which maintains a vocational training school there, one of the 500 centers in 20 countries of the world ORT operates for the indigent Jew. Chairman of the event is Mrs. Irving Brown. RDINE'S Shop Monday* and Fridays 'til J) & f Kosher trict Rabbinical Supervision MORE PEOPLE USE refreshing, calorie-free %  '** Siigarine SWEET !" THAN SUGM YIT NO rooo VAllK Aecommended by doctors tor diabetics, oversights wd to-cal' ont dirts. Use lot beveujes. desserts, cookiiti. fmt. Completely humless. 4 u. 'St CUARANTEED NOM-FATUNINB /MHESTB Mciilfc AT FOOD STOWS EVERYWHERE PHYLLIS WOLFF taytt Ah-h-h.o. Kasha! KASHA of course! BRow N BUCKWHEAT GRo AT r A ,, halmhlM N tfanoby •.. for old-timy good Kasha Drntthktn, Kasha Knishes, and in treat*. Loss than V a serving I [ Also enjoy WoJCj Crtemy Kerne* forfh) • • %  'li; Anno 'NCrovy... WoMTi KatAo fee*. M for ran KASHA COOK BOOKi KYIUS WOLFF, Pcmn Y.n, New York >SH A MEAISS%\ EV.NSON'* FOOD SPECIALT.ES. %  "•^ %  SJ?!2 E. 17th .TREEX. HIALEAH. FLA. PHONE TU 7-1571 ON SALE AT FOOD FAIR STORES IXC. Open to a good suggestion? Open a can of Heinz 8tr jctly Kosher Beans tonight. Heat! Serve! And watch 'em disappear. Sit back (for a minute) .and enjoy the satisfaction of knowing that every spoonful is a delicious, nutritious delight. It's a pleasure —isn't it?—to get up again when they sing f^h out, ".More beans, please!" *—' -** EVERY LABEL CARRIES THE SEAL OF APPROVAL OF THE UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA.,



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Page 6-C +Jelstncr*MM J-ashion Views bu J&esiqner , rt^ ..tom^ ••"•ckWhw.,* ,*,. I^ou, .mbroid*^ on • t—to — 1 rayon and cotton ground. CREASE RESISTANT OF COURSEI Your Choice of Lovely Shades you'll catch every eye h this embroidered sheath v *l? %  X MRS. MURRAY LEVTNt sketched in the Mother's Beautiful gm [ %  he wort at the Diplomatic Ball honoring Israel Aabasxni Avraham Harmon hold on Dec 5 at the Fontainebkau km Rentner Creations Focus on Body Lines In the Linear. Silhouette, as interpreted by Maurice Rentner, Ltd.. fashion focuses on the linen of the hody, with greater freedom being expressed in the longer-jacket theme. Ease at the waistline is character ised by smoking jacket suite." casually belted. Other suits are gently fitted and are shown with or without belts. Dresses, with elegant unbroken lines, are shapely an! back-the-figuie story. Demi-Linear suits hate i line jackets, with rabtk and are interpreted in a to typifying a new classic. The Curvilinear Silhoo**' into play in afternoon and r fashions. Its theme of to" 1 and gently-rounded tkrt eese to the natural cam body. fa slti J, ion productions Id produced coordinated commentated • -*•* %  2230 $ w. tr* **' Edith AppJebeum



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18. 1959 vices This Weekend -Jmlst) iicrMHan Page 13-A TH YE8HURUN. 1700 Rabbi Jonah Caplan. 0. s-niiMji: "How and Saturday 9 a.m. B) Portion. -•— __ .. %  kEL. 7M1 Carlyle IVI. pbbi laaae Evr Saturday 8:10 a.m. struggle Against (oral Attacka." KtdJackson. ••— 2033 SW 1th ave Maxwell Silberman, Saturday 9 a.m. leader: Rabbi J. ii-n "Are We BuildFences Around the 2436 SW 3rd ave. Con. Ibbi Yaakov Rmtnbing. >m W Lioion Sermon: "Your Reritimately Only Your Saturday 9 a.m. Bar son of Dr. and llpern. • —*" SW 17th ave. Orthodox. Saturday 8:30 a.m. ['KtiTnal Conflict." 12250 NW 2nd ave. Rabbi David w. Her. iyman Fein Sermon: "The Story iturday 9 a.m. Sermon: %  nan Attire." P• —— L. 4000 Prairie ave. OrIi H. Louia Rottman. • —— 301-311 Washington bx. Rabbi Tibor Stern, tlce Mamches. Bn Saturday 8:30 a.m bb aad Beau—Brothers kEL. 139 NW 3rd ave. c on\-ertaHon PHH 1*2 hi mtfa •" %  psr, .ninna |) 'fy p ^ i .T .*• .(-ision *?ti trnraon itfa ifca rrarcJn Jr#a SrJU ittHJ ran iw iKn 1 ? T nfea "fi3C5|?n m n r\b rnixa Sn nxt nfr?# -pa ?D*? -itfx >mftra J : • v -I T • I p^ rtPrtri anjjnn nna UK "rx I • I c > v^sn x^tf Dipoa • I • v r | 1DTO "?# L WM n • < •• • I imn wnn rr^xn ft it %  • •* •• rf OrVAleichem Year a new edition of all his [appeared, in the excelv translation of I. D. (the author's son-ines of Sholem Aleichem nportant for the youth orn and grew up in this one knew how to pornall Jewish village in ^rope in such a living |f way as he did. The srael, .who sometimes Jerstand life in the raw close to the people a thanks to Sholem Where the serious atopy writers did not suefoad smile, full of unI and love, of Sholem lid. by Brit Ivrit Olamit) •-" I l|lleMI_ CANDUUGHTING Tim 17 Kisley 5:15 pjn. S B R n L W AY JEWISH CENTER urday 9 a.m. at Kverg a". Henien" *S2!'it 1 M |MT "ENTER. 18160 NW Mi't'ivMh^VLf?" 1 !JaIur 1 y 9 a.m. Rar r.nwarjt Hill Scott, son of .Mr. and Mra. Henry Tralnor. sL.., r? rv ? ,,v "bbl Bernard Shoter Cantor e>M Bernst-ln. %  ifl' 5:l anrt 8:1", p.m. Sermon: jhl\i B !" K k of ," r R*"irtn." Ones sfr M : J V !;. an "* Harvey ? £ "J M 'j "'"' MlM Ahiaham fa IairveTsuftn. ** B r !" !" > FT. LAUDEROALE EMANU-EL. 1801 E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi Manus Ranson. Cantor Sherwin Levins. —•— HEBREW ACADEMY. 918 6th st. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross. HIALEAH REFORM^JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1150 W. 68th st.. Palm ave. Friday 8:10 p.m. Sermon: "Momontn Saturday l" a.m, Bar Mltzvali: Bruce Niinnlmt. HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 2030 Polk st. Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 24th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton MalavsWv. Cantnr t.ouia Cohn. Friday 5:1.' and 8:15 p.m. Sermon: %  Looklnc Back." ("netan: How Bad is Assimilation for Judaism? TEMPLE JUDEA* S ____• Liberal. Rabbi Morris Skop. CantoHerman Gottlieb. ..*-%..„ MI. Frldiiv 8:1". p.m. Sermon: '" %  norl v Hecomes Majority." Cah %  "> %  Bfcrmoo: "iNych atry Ju\ K,.|iKi...is l-ia.tlces-Third In I Series. Saturday S:4o a.m. TEMPLE SINAT'NOTMIAMI. 1210C NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Bennr Frhla "'<''"% Sermon: "Old and 5?w*uoo OMMfts." _^W U a n.. Bar pfUavab: Herald, son of Mr. and Mrs fliarles Ballan. TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 T Flamingo Way. Conservative. R.bb' Ones: Shabbat hoats: Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Becker. Saturday 9 a.m. TEMPLE ZION. 9720 8W 17th st. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Clantor J-ooh Ool'"-'* I-Yidav K:1S p.m. Sermon: "Jacob Becomes Israel." One* Shabbat hosts: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harris and Mr and Mrs. B. Schwarts. In honor ni Mrs. Anne Field, president of Sisterhood. Saturday 9 a.m. Bar Mlixvah: Bruce, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pell: Paul, eon of Mr. and Mrs. A. Kamin. TIFERETH ISRAEL. SSOO N. Mlam> ave. Conservative. Rabbi Harry L. Lawrence. Cantor Albert Qlantx. Friday 8:30 n m Sermon: "'>n l>irectlons'and Coals." One* Shabbat hosts: Mr. and Mrs. Ruby Kutiin. In honor of the forthcomingmarriage of their daughter, Marilyn, to Robert Slff. Saturday t a.m. TORAH TEMPLE. 1254 West ave Traditional. Rabbi Abraham Cassel YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 17rst St. Orthodox. Rsbbi Sherwin Stauber. Friday II i> m. Sat-irrtav 9 a.m. Sermon: "Labor of Love." ZAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44 Za mora ave. Conservative. Rfhhi B. Leen Horwlti. Cantor Mever Qisser. Friday 8:1 p.m. Sermon: "A &> %  ">•* leretaad." Saturday 8:30 a.m. Sermon: "The Status of the Jew. Chanuka Fete At Beth David Beth David religious school will celebrate Chanuka. There will be a general assembly Sunday in the main synagogue. One of the first grades, under the direction of Mrs. David Parnes, will present a Chanuka playlet. One of the second grades, under the direction of Mrs. John Lundblad, will offer a dramatic reading. The Hebrew Department will present a play. "A Great Miracle Happened There," a comedy skit directed by Cantor William W. Lipi son. Chanuka Gelt and refreshments I will be distributed to children through the courtesy of the Sisterhood. Sunday afternoon, a series of Chanuka-parties-in-the-home will be held. Various grades of the religious school will be invited to private homes, at which a staff member will conduct the program. Opening their homes are Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Baiter, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Berman, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cohen, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cypen, Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Forer, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Garron, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Greenbauh, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Rubel. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Sanders, Mr. and Mrs. James Secunda, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Stern, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Weiner. Parties have been arranged by Mrs. Sidney Sanders and Mrs. Edward Goldberg. On Wednesday morning, Beth David nursery and kindergarten will celebrate Chanuka with a special program under the direction of Mrs. Hersch Berman, Mrs. Sidney Richman, and Mrs. Lester Saal. Sussman Named to Board William Sussman was elected to the board of governors of the Southern Section, National Jewish Welfare Board, at a meeting of the Section in Houston. Tex., recently. Sussman is president of the Beach Branch of the Greater Miami Jewish community Center. ... 'I 4



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p oge 2-C +JeMifk)rkMar> Jjurdinc s {-collection x^sffcrs ^J^ove/vj \~^reations Friday /*. The front page of this special "oliday Fashfcp Su pplem ent fealre"! a Briique ccHTecliorPoffered by urdine's — a bit oi old European andwork that has been worldimous for centuries — and now omes from the House of Julian Kolar in New York. Only the most discriminating of %  /omen can appreciate the hand•ork in these separates. Actually, ley are so lovely that it scarcely -eems in keeping to call them "seprates." Inside seams are all comletely finished. The ivory-colored short formal is t silk chiffon, perfectly gathered to jrm a full soft skirt. Small ivoryolored velvet bows are appliqued ear the hemline, and around these bows are hand-sewn silver-lined bugle beads. Komar's long evening skirt is of ivory silk satin in the sheath silhouette. Accompanying the long skirt is a peplum which may be worn to create a different effect. The peplum is of the same silk satin, and has panniers attached in the back that hang slightly below the hemline to form a court train effect. To be worn with either the long or short skirt is a hand-made, lace knit camisole top. The bodice is extremely delicate, and the entire lace work is hand-reembroiderd in tiny seed pearls and silver-lined bugle beads. It is in a matching color to the skirts, and has a scooped neck and short sleeves. The OVES AND LIVES IN ClOTHES THAT MOVE \merican Woman: Fashionable, Graceful The Fashion-Woman-U.S.A. is adlicted to travel but not to ten suitases. She entertains with almost s much thought of what she will /ear as what she will serve. She •ves in the country and dresses "up" o it; she spends most of her time in jwn but hasn't given up casual ving. She's a wonderful-looking worn:n with fashion intelligence and a ong range point of view. She does lot want a wardrobe revolution; she till believes in her last season's ^ste. She looks forward to the excitement of new colors, fabrics and ilhouettes. She buys them to build m, to wear now. where, when, and or as long as she pleases. To her. clothes have become a personal complement to her taste and an expression of her individuality. She likes pre-planned ensembles, she loves to juggle "spare parts" a jacket, a skirt, an odd shirt She wears a designer's clothes, but not his stamp. Most of all, she loves and lives in clothes that move, silhouettes that define, never confine, designs that adapt to and go with her — moving naturally, gracefully, elegantly and always comfortably. She's a fashionable woman, not a woman wearing fashion — she's the prototype oi what a thousand women want to be. Tntiitety Shop. V Helen B/ix>efe PEfGNOR ENSEMBLE Nylon Tricot sheer robe over opaque gown. Trimmed in lace and sarin applique, in white with blue or champagne. 32 to 38. $12.98 HELEN BROOKS • MIAMI: S,. r n, BSSjpH OpM [vary Nrta til f fM • MIAMI KACH: 721 l..|. M 71M COII.M A v.. Oajaa) Evary Nita til 10 P.M. • HMFSIDf: *S15 Harafe* Ay,. Of** MM. N.f., -til a PM. PRINCELY SHOPS • COUAl GAIlit, MO Mirach MS* ^^••eS •^•4H. • Bra**. PVOTW W % r.HR. • SOUTH MIAMI: afIf Steal R.MI Oaa PjL Nita* til P.M. •HIS LUIS ESTEVEZ Jeweled broidstsd lace applique sh ee r M olded sheath. From Burdine's Gold Coast Roam collecSmart, High Fashion Kiddie Brook* and One of the most popular and rapidly expanding group oi stores in the Greater Miami area are the Henry Sprints Stores. Inc. This includes the Helen Brooks. Princely, and Kiddie Brooks shops, and they have been in business hers for over 33 years. Busy remodeling and opening new shops, they still manage to oiler %  mart, high fashion clothes. The new location of the Princely Shop on Miracle Mile is right in the heart of the couturier salons. The atmosphere in this shop is one of elegance, however their prices are pop ular. Their newest shop Is the Helen Brooks and Kiddie Brooks located in the new Cutler Ridge Shopping Plaza, and is one of the most beautiful oi all their shops. Soon to be opened will be another in their fast~ !" *le U ^ •?e fabric,^>1 t1 ered CJ9 lovely enough ^M These Komai t-ZA A !"!" ? the other 4 C collections Burdinsi James Gaktnoe. Galanos it ^ has twice received | t-oty Award, and ma "H" of Fame" fc^ born m PhiladetefeT basic fashion ^, Yorknd completeTTJ One of the 0**0*1 ensembles in the Gay" mablackwool-ilk c fingertip-length, doul coat is suggested at, double. It it the mags, the jacket that nMbti, ing, featuring a subtW sj slightly concaved li| front of the jacket *n| set sleeves cut straight' back of the jacket H| sic, yet advanced stylish for the next '„ Under the jacks; i dress is the epitome af I has a low cut, set in imi seam cut to the bad rounded neckline, tad |* molded over the hips. These are two d designers whose gc dine's Gold Coast m are among the most i tions being shown. at Helen Br Princely Shops) growing chain in Jhessfl Shopping Plaza on KWlJ 37th ave.. just aaoa inf Flagler Kennel Cnjb. Actively coopeistiiig i local organizations, th*| are often seen at fash* •anted for Hadassah.' 1 Cerebral Palsy — among many i The Kiddie Broob i pletely outfit both ho' from the layette to ***J women have been children at Kiddie Bi lowing numerous adding a pre-teen new Cutler Ridge this collection by the I ruary. No matter what i you live in, one of available to you — ""j to Cutler Ridge. KifJair B/M featuring INFANTS • TOTS TODDLERS Boys and Girls WEARING APPAREL "or Every Occasion *•• HewKnsj Ave. "19 Red Road *• •• Ms* Mwy. ME, TO



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Page 16-B Jmlst>ncrA0a*7 Frid Q y. UNDER THE STRICT AND CONSTANT SUPERVISION OF THE ORTHODOX VAAD HAKASHRUTH Of FLORIDA RABBI DR. ISAAC MIRSH IVIK. WRICTOW QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED O PAt KOSHER MAI PLEDGED TO OIVE THE Blfl^ AT THf LOWtST PRICE OR YOUR MONET meat and v R Q uLfrv STORE XOR.TW, GRAND OPENING OF THE NEWEST AND FINEST KOSHER MARKET IN THE SOW CORAL WAY AT S. W. 87th AVE. IN WESTCHESTER SHOPPING PLAZA OPENS TUESDAY, DEC 22nd, 8:30 A. M, YOUNG HEN OR TOM INSPECTED for (YfcltJomf ii ky U.S. U.S. 'A' GRAM Or pmrtmtml W Afrktltwrt PAN READY KOSHER MADE KOSH-R-BEST OR LADY ESTHER 8 TO 30 LBS. BONELESS TRIMMED CROSS RIB OR AQ SHOULDER ROAST lb. 07( BABY LAMB CHOPS l b. 89c SHOULDER LAMB CHOPS.. lb. 79c Lamb Necks or Shanks l b. 23c Lean Trimmed Flanken lb. 49c CHUCK STEAK 4, ^ %  f -~ 1 LB. 49c STORE HOURS THIS WEEK: MONDAY TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY .... 8:30 A.M. idV P.M. THURSDAY 8 :30 A.M. TO 6:30 P.M. NOW FOUR FINE KOSHER MARKETS TO SERVE YOU EVEN BETJ 163rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER | 19th ST. AT ALTON ROAD I 2091 CORAL WAY I CORAL W*L NO. MIAMI BEACH | MIAMI BEACH | M|AM| I AT s w tflMjj! MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS YOUR EXTRA BONUS AT FOOD



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'age 6-B **. l tiets Fashion Show : or Holiday Fete Models and fashions will be "Out f this World" when toddlers and %  en-age daughters will entertain nh their mothers at the annual Ipha Epsilon Phi holiday lunchon Dec. 26 at the Eden Roc hotel. Sisters alumna and friends will II her to renew friendships and -ctend holiday greetings. Chairan of the luncheon. Mrs. Morris I'vitt. announced that reserva*n may be made through Mrs. nrry Barson and Mrs. Howard harlin. Commentator of the fashion show III be 16-year-old Evelyn Fmklein. Tionisl is Mr-. James Ronberg. and coordinator is Mrs f Pioneer Women's Club II. announced a meeting to be held Tuesday, 2 p.m.. in the Miami Savings and Loan. 755 Washington ave. Mrs Cornelia Valentine, i n charge of program, will present MrMilton Green. Council r 1 iient, who will review Herman Wouk's This is My Cod." in celebration of Jewish Book Month. On Tuesday. Pec 29. Mrs. Abraham Shediifl will be hostess at her home. 520 16th st.. for an annual Chanuka party. Mrs. Valentine will discuss the holiday. Golda Meir Club. Mrs. Shirley Queen, president, will hold its annual Chanuka dinner Sunday, 6 p.m.. in the Ritz-Plaza hotel. Mrs. Marion Meyer, chairman, has earmarked proceeds for Child Rescue. Mrs. Isasc Pushkin, cultural chairman, will give the invocation. A musical program has been prepared by Mrs. Lillian Zahn, accompanied by Jack Rubin. Z&c. AUGUST BROS I^ t : Is the flfc.sr Left to right are Karen Franco and Wendy Ann Mades, who will be among toddlers showing fashions at AEPhi holiday luncheon Dec. 26. Teschke Appointed President Sidmv Aronovitz. chairman of the board of directors of the Bank of Dade County, thiweek announced the appointment of Fred crick J. Teschke as president Prior to this appointment, Teschke was executive vice president and chief operations officer of the Bank of Dade. Guest speaker Will be Rabbi David Shapiro, spiritual leader of Temple Sinai. On Tuesday evening, Golda Meir Club will meet at Beth El Congregation. Film-trips will depict Pioneer Women's work in Israel. Mrs. Morris Bornstein will discuss her recent trip through Israel. • • • Coral Gables chapter is holding its regular monthly meeting Monday, 8 p.m., in the Coliseum, st Douglas rd. Mrs. Paul Berlin is [-resident. "Mrs. Sonia Plotkin is in charge of the annual Chanuka party to be held Saturday night, Dec. 26, at Temple Zamora. Mr*. Mortimer Jacobson, Hadassah's national Zionist Affairs chairman, has been named chairman of the executive committee of the Araer ican Zionist Council. Mrs. Jacobson, who is also a national vice president of Hadassah, was one of Hadassah's leading delegates to th World Zionist Congresses in 1951 and 1956. Membership Luncheon Slated Sunshine chapter of the City of Hope will hold a membership luncheoQ Saturday noon at the HoToi restaurant, 12500 Biscay ne blvd. Friday, NE YORK. Kurs,s 'urned J7* 10 Me, N, tZ*\ "^ <"> u> o^Ll completion of 25 J*M Na, "">al Fund of Jj testimonial din**,?! '""dofdirMtor.ia Sunday evwiing J dore hotel here. HOUDAr (AdJ U-.it Mii tic Otf MSHIMffD inn CAM une SMCIAl 0IKOUN1S n I SYNAGOGUiS, CAU NE EXCH CANDB f 4210 N.N. 17* | Kadimah chapter. Mrs. Marvin Copenhagen, president, will hold its annual Chanuka latke party on Saturday evening, Dec. 26, in the 1 Masonic bldg.. Valentine ave.. Coral Gables. Mrs. Lillian Cohen is chairman. Committee includes Mesdames Jacob Raffel. William Chase. Edward Schulman. David Meltzer. Florence Pieros. K. Kalman, Mollv Gordon, Jacob Weiss. Beatrice Warner. Leah Fnedson. Milton Kesslcr, Alvin Magolnick, Teeny : Deutsch. Fred Sandier, Fred Blacker. Maury Weiss, Minnie St• *. hh OTM TrvWU + TeM GEORGE BERGER TRAVEL SERVICE PRESE\TS M\wa four to &f ConfrtlMM DISTINCTIVE GIFTS FOR THE HOSTESS • „_ THE GOURMET MAW 424 Arthur Godfrey Road, M.B. HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL TODD'S Bonded Fruit Shippers Nil FINE fooos Ponce de Leon at Alhombra Circle • S and W Fin. Foods • House of ft* # Francis Jacqusmoux Candies • Tropical Jsllies • Gouna CONDOLENCE BASKETS HOLIDAY 6MUTIMCS JO All EUROPE luxurious Cofiducted Carefree Tours Through Europe In i960. All Expenses Private eon (ne Meter coackeeV, first dan hotel* with nrivtrt. v-*.. Departs. 1, HOaArfD^SaaSE^ipT *~Om Mar IM. tan. Ml*. /* *. Aug,,* iX aToHDar.r.01395* Uncle Erie's Happy Town TW Srer. WW. the fci w d is Osssf Issjsrtti •**' %  *! M0 PONCE OE 1EON ItVIX, COtAl MILES BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHANUKA SI VSKT HOBBIES WHAT'S YOUR HOBBVT 5943 twtssst Drive Ssutb Miami I Palm Beach Travel Service, Inc. K 11/11 Ml* Worth A vs.. Palm Beach, Fla. %  ••. •arftr Tr,,| !,„,,, Msktaut Hettl, Nsll,ss1, Fla, ADDRESS I INT. DATE msm NAME... A0DP.ESS nm... ee mm e i JLm CUe Corset Stmdi* ••7 $.. 1st STBjfT GIVE A PIANT KM CHANUKA DAVIS NURSERIES. INC. HAHTS, miS, •'•? .. *PSj A



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December 18. 1959 *JmistiFk>rk#*n Page 15-B Wayne, with microphone, and Paul Muni amuse Nancy and Joby Baker in this scene from the stirring drama, ast Angry Man." in which Mr. Muni portrays a doctor spends his life helping the sick and needy in a poor ,borhco& Now showing at the Carib, Miami and Mirrheatres. fly Crum limbs in N.Y. YORK—(JTA)—Bartley C. i ho was appointed in 1945 ndent Truman as a member LVnglo-American/Committee^. of 2oS"o?e.n'd A dfert Dec iiv in Palestine—which reccam< net from N< fed in 1946 the admiss.on oXfa *titlflJfir&&: European Jewish refuJoseph s.%  i :iv emorlal Chapel, Washington ., F RA NK SCHWEITZER 64. of JU BW 21th si Aled Dec. 4 He came here five f rom Brookhne. abas. Surviving art hiwilt. Mary; three aona, Including Edward and Marshall, Miami; two brothers, two slaters and two grandchildren. Services were Dec. 5 at Qorf Complain) mi Hi. plaintiff's Attorney, LAURENCE D18K1N, 1140 X.E ;..::,.! I-Street. Xi.rth Miami Beach, I and fii>the original Anawer or Pleadrmg in the office of ilic Clerk of the | Circuit Court on or before t > > 'i-i'. ot January, IS0, if you fall to do NO. Judgment by default a taken against yon fox tinrelief demanded hi the Hill of Complaint. This notice sliall he published once each week for four consecutive woks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 16th day of December. AH. 1959. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida (seal) By: JUAX 8NEEDEN, Deputy Clerk. LAI RENOE DISKIN 11 in X.I-:. ltrd St.— Wl -,-1428 North Miami Beach, Florida Attorney for riaintiff 12/18-2:.. 1/1-S NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY lilVKX that the undersigned, desiring to engage In JiusiuesH under the flctitoos name of .1 & J TRUCK BALES al 5l3e X \v. 7th Avenue, Miami. Florida intend to said nan..With the Clerk of tinI'lrcult Court of Dade County. Florida JOHN LOCA8CIO ii.Miisv w. isitiuoa METER M. BRILLIANT, Esq Attorney for J & J Truck Bales 12/1S-25. 1/1-8 Palestine—died.of a heart ,, v ... with burioi in tat his "home here. He was ''JV: Nebo !< me[Crum, who had also been r of the defunct New Star, wrote a widely-read "Behind the Silken Curen his findings as a memthe inquiry commission. fcame active in Zionist I and was a frequent speakI Zionist meetings. He serv[president of Americans for %  ho. ADRIENNE BACH 17. of 5880 BW 5th ter., died Dec. 4. Stricken bs %  brain tumor laal year, Bh was a junior at Miami E School, a majorette and meml Blgma I'lii '':! at the time sho was"stricken. Survivors Include heiparents, Mr, and Mrs, i I!.vev; and n nal grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Isaacson. Services were pec 2 at Riverside Memorial Chapel, W. r St., with bui lal In aft Blnal i'. metery. Among holiday specialties are Israeli marmalades, fresh Romanoff caviar, Rock Cornish Game hens, a host of cocktail chips and dips, and for young people, bright,, i ly packaged imported candies. A large variety of gifts for the hostess JS also available, as is a complete library .of cook books and studio cards. The Gourmet Mart is open until 9 p.m.—S.T. MRS REBECCA LIPSCHEN TS, of S7|] BW 'id ter., died I Bhe came here 13 to from New York. Surviving are ; daughter, Mra. Beatrice Bfershman: two sisters. In:rum carried on a vigoroueluding Mrs. Matilda Peyser, ," \ ". „, a brother and grandson. Set vires l separately from other merr. w ,, oordon Funeral H f the Commission, again-t with burial I n -Mt. Neh o Cemetery. mporizing by the British merit of Prime Minister MrS. SeidGFlberCl it Attlee over the Commis-; %  commendation for the i" 1 DGOCJ QT 77 c admission 'of the refugees Mrg Gussie Scidenbe rg, 79, of 3 710 SW 21st rd., died Dec. 14. She was a resident here for 17 years, coming from New York City, and belonged to Workmen's Circle. Survivors include a son, William, Brooklyn; two daughters, Mrs. Edith Silver, Miami, and Mrs. Leah Richman. New York, and brother, Max Widensky, also New York. In addition, she leaves Sachs wasa supervisor for j fiye grandchildrcn Services were Dec. 15 at Gordon Funeral Home, with burial in Mt. Sinai Cemetery. [of the Grand Mufti of Jerua war. criminal. ~^~~~~~~~~~~ e .on Sachs ises Away, 49 ion Sachs, 49, of 1630 S. Bay Idr., died Monday, Dec. 14. tucker Aluminum Products Ind came to Miami in 1846. ps a Shriner. giving arc his wife, Laura; lichard DV, mother, Mrv R [Sakowitz; three brothers, in Herbert Sachs and TheoSakowitz, Miami; and two tices were Tuesday at GorKineral Home, with burial in pf David Cemetery. ^^ O TO P | COMPLETE FREEDOM OF CHOICE .. m monuments and all details. Designed by Alfred Browning Psrksr to be America's most inspiring memorial sssdans, sat> "fying your deepest desires for \ beauty and dignity. Pfrpttualt B'ncii BVith Plays Bowling Contest The first Florida State B'nai B'rith Bowling Tournament in the history of B'nai B'rith here will be held in St. Petersburg Feb. 27 and 28 and Mar. 5 and 6. The aflair is being spear-headed by Herman Lerner. Florida B'nai B'rith bowling director, and Milton Hershenson, president of the Louis A. Cohen Lodge, of St. Petersburg. There will be a guaranteed first place team prize of $150. Approximately one of every six teams and one individual in every eight will share in the prize fund. Tournament secretary in charge of scoring and records is Sidney Shapiro, and chaisman of housing and registration is Joe Levin. IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 47988-C IX KB: Estate of JAY JACOB ItAROULCBS I leceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and A i Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Bald FJatate: You are hereby notll squired to present any claims and demandt which von may have agalnal c %  lale of .j:,v Jacob • le C inty, ( or da, to the Count} "UCounts and file the same In tli.ii ottlci in the county Courthouse In Dade C ity, Florida, within eight calendar months from publication I" reof, i he same ; l be bai i ed, .IKAXXETTE M. BETEL Executrix BENJAMIN FOOEL Attorney W. I'Hll Street Miami :,-., Florida 11' 18-J5, 1 'l- N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 48263B IIX UK: Kstate of MORRIt FRE1DIN, i< eased, NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All I'!.litors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against s.n.i FJstate: You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you niaj have against the estate of MORRIS FREIDIN deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their offices in the County Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first ••uhllcatlou hereof, or the same will be barred. OU88IE FREIDIN, Executrix of ate of Morris Freldln, deceased BLACKWELL, WALKER & ORAY By: ciemen J. Bhrllch Attorni i-irst Federal r.uiiding Miami 3i, Florida 12/l'>-2.".. 1 1-S NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that n„. nring to • ngage in BS under the flctltoua name of KIT KAT INN at J701 N.W. 17th Avenue, Miami Intends to register said name uh the Clerk ol the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JACQl'ELYNE FITZOERALD s.,le Owner KER81 ER, OARS A ROTH \. .,1,,. ). for Applicant %  ^'"" i| 18-8.1 l- IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 48057B IN RE: i .,:, of I: i.-'K BLAKE NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons ii vlog Claims "i Demands Against b'ald Batati : You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and de m a n ds which you nun have against the estato of LOUISE BLAKE deceased | late of Din; Florida, to the County Judges of Hale County, and file the same In their offices in tin County Courthouse In Had.County. Florida, within eight calendar months I i the date of the first publication hereof, or the same win i tree on rialntiff'-i |attorney, PAUL KWITNET. 120 I.inci in I il Beach, I file the original In the i clerk of the Circuit Court, on %  ,\, oai "i 1 m larj %  I I of wllll-ll, a I 'e. lee Pi nay be i ntered agalnal DATED thai Uth day of December, F. B. LEATHBRalAN, Clei* of the Circuit Court, Dade County, Fin. Byi R. H. RICK, JR.. I : 1 |, Iieiuity Clerk a li-X. 1/1-8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, deririni to engage In -is under the fictltous name of W B S ICERCANTILE CO. at 12 \ B 'id St., Intend to register said name with the Cl.-rk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. LOF1S BAOER WILLIAM SCHWARTZ 12/18-25. 1/1-8 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW XOT1CE IS HEREBY OP7EN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In is under the fictltous name of "A" BUILDERS at 95 W. :,2nd Street, llialeah. Florida Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dnde County, Florida. PAUL RICE JOHN M AliXKI.I. PELLE, 1.FVIN1-: ^t CHRISTIE lyne Bldg., Miami Attorneys for "A" BulMer.^ ^ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY QrVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictltous name of nXE ROOFINQ CO. at 4045 S W 118th Court Intends to i. name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade County. Florida. BERNA I 12/18-25,1/1-8 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY. JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 47631-B IX BE: Kstate of OLIVER BACHARACH I leceaaed. NOTICE TO CREDITORS tors and All Persons li lying Claims or Demands Against said v i ;-i. h. i by notified and re' an;, claln mands which you may nave ai ati of OLIVER BACHAR .''II nty. Florida, t-. the i -•: m Judges of i • lo County, and file the same In their in the County Courthouse in y. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred. DAVIH IIACHAI'.ACIl. M.H. and DANIEL NEAL HELLER, Exe. utors, by Daniel Neal nrDANIEUi NEAL HELLER, Attorney M" Alnsley I'.uilding Miami St, Florida 12/18-25. 1/1-8 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 48179-B IX RE: Kstate of LENA OREENBEBO Deci seed. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Person* Haying Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You are' hereby not If led and reQtUred to present any claims and deii.amis which you ma) ha the estate of I.KXA CKKKNliEIM deceased Inte of Dade County, Florida, to the County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their offi.es In the County Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first puhiication hereof, or the same will be barred. BARNEY KENT, Executor BERNSTEIN A MII.I.KR Attorney for Executor, Barney Kent Congress Building 12/18-25. 11-8 CIRCUIT COURT, 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY. FLA. No. 59C11722 ICAODA M. KOTHE, Plaintiff, v LESLIE KOTHE, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Y' IU, LESLIE K' iTHE, address unknown, are notified to ser^e %  copy of your anawer to the dlvorci imn Plaintiff's attoi ni y, Q< Blscaym Bldg., Miami, Florida, ami file original with Clerk of this court on or h. fore January 18, itherwtas oomplalnt will be confessed by you. Dec. il, 1959. K. i! LEATHERMA, Clerk. (seal) By: K M I.V.MAN. Deputy 12/18-25, 1/1-8 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 59C11764 POLLY MAE WILLIAMS. Plaintiff, JAMES WILLIAMS, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: JAMKS WILLIAMS J15 East First Street Macnn. Georgia You JAMBS WILLIAMS, are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copv of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney. (HUJUIAN & GOLDSTEIN and file the original Answer or I Ing In the office of the Clork of the Circuit Court on or before the 18th day of January. 1960. If you fail to do so. Judgment by default will be taken against von for the relief demanded in the Hill of Complaint. This notice shall he published each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FLORIBIAN. I>oXB AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 14th day of December. A.D. 1 E. B. WEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County Florida By: K. M I.YM AN. Deputy Clerk GOLDMAN GOLDSTEIN ler Street Miami. Florida Attorney, for PUlntlff i 2/i8 25>i/i s



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Paae 8-B + kistnr*kta*n he Skulnick. rehome in New York. Miami Beach chapter of tj ish National Home for Children on Thursday, ils] at Kne-eih Israel Ca Program was also to playlet. Wrrtn-r-Kuhn MS. UOMAM uuowrrz ELLEN HEINS *t HAVI sarisMCTOMr sanrn tuujru smci itse Selkowitz, Cohen Exchange Vows Mas Arlene Maxine Cohen beMilton Goodman was best man came Mrs. Leonard Selkowitz in ,nd ushers included Albert Logun .p.rn.rit f sSal U rd.v evening. Dec. David Mohver. Harvey Reiscman 12. at the Algiers hotel. Rabbi Morand Donald Goldberg. r.s Skop officiated. Thc brio> u]gcte6 gown f „. The bride is the daughter of Mr. tunng an imported empire lace nd Mrs Bernard Cohen. 7921 East bodice with hand embroidered sedr.. Miami Be.-ch The groom is quins around the neckline. The the son of Mrs. Rose Selkowitz. pure silk taffeta bouffant skirt had Monticello. N. Y and the late Jack a laoe panel in the front Her Selkowitz. flowered headpiece showed Matron of honor for her sister dr P P*arls covered by was Mrs. Donald Goldberg. Miss veil Anne Cohen, also the brides sister, Newlywed Mrs. Selkowitz is a was maid of honor. graduate of Normandy School and Walsh Business School. Her husband graduated from Brooklyn JElffll the spencer-tart .school of I A K I inc. 3917 alton FASHION ILLUSTRATION adults .cNMren road, miami buck DRAWING PAINTING LIFE CLASSES, SCULPTURE daystiny SLENDERIZING I BEAUTY SALON • BNCMAWCAl 6YM • COtONK KtWATMMS • UMCMC NASSAU • STUM IATNS m — m tam, MMI tt— Wt •ptcal.i, aur.it,. ,XC. W_ Muscular RtU.it College with an AB degree and the University of Miami law school. Dinner followed the ceremony at the Algiers hotel. After a Puerto Rico honeymoon, the couple will be at home at 7800 SW 32nd st Miami. BRACE SERVICE %9>m tm ~ U •*"*••laa* n a u a Carats A Mts Pert •paraliM Eaaaaaafj Trasses Elastic Staahiaas GEORGE W. PIPER HI 3-3437 173* CORAL WAY MIAMI CONVALESCENT HOME sap 1st. MM Jowiah styla Cooklno a Spaoaua Ground* a Rcaaanacia Hate* Sp+cioUzm* Cart H fftt EWtrfy ami CmramkaWy HI 335 S.W. Uth AVE. J^ I* 4*437 4 FH 34278 no R. • Special Diets Strictly • All Ptooma on Orounsl Floor **ooi RoseniSer a is Gvsl Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, of Beth David Congregation, waa a guest Wednesday on "Gold Coast Theater." Rabbi Rosenberg discussed Chanuka with Jackie Pierce, master of ceremonies on the WTVJ ch. 4 television program. •rotters AccotMo* auumou NOW AVAILABLE For Parties. Un ch oo m etc CAU 1* AJA. II fM. OMIT •MA 1451] SEASON'S GREETINGS MISS GEORGIE'S SA L O N of B E A U T Y f o n wrly "MaaOwyway-i Soton o B*W* 14443 M.W. 7* AVENUE MU 14114 CTAffi •MM* atsUfll, ANN WA6NOL M n p""* Ji promts m Apramman parsoaaliiti servica at fat blackstone flower shops where you get more for your money ... un 6-1231 2 1 ham strvk* except* rash %  % % %  % % %  ami f*m kiaamr INVITATIONS **TW MIAMI PUSS miCwdna, COtAl CABLES COMYAUSONT HOU! •VT, IS55SJ lal Oiota Hrtctty Ov—rva.>rivata Bathroom.. *".%££* i M lI m Ofaiaaa. Pilto. awimmlna ••' %  r'l* nn *> **" ALL ROOMO OH OHOUND rLOOW Ratoa Brochure on Rtou* FardlBKmd H. RoaeolhaL DlroclorOwnai• J Wtmur Aaa't Mr. ML SJnai Hoo*rtaJ Dif^cto'. J*'" "jToT %  Aaa't tMr. MLUtui HooaitaJ Clavalan*. Oh,a 70M8.W.M PitUOurfh. ftPhone MOI FORMERLY MflDD, fOGR0L ir SOCIAUTO Of MIAMI • IJAMTa* Mxum* II MKtS-hwfflm*, Smtmimy, Samiay OMK to It fR AU U I RATARfTS n Ord*** 1 ">^JOO HOTH, Coirtm Av. Rt Lincoln!i. J H-tr af S9H AU and Women Wtkome (o*< CHARTER IWMRRRnRR NOW AVAJLAlU J i



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Page 8-A Baron de Hirsch Meyer, first president oi Mt. Sinai Hospital (right), receives a plaque honoring him for his services and financial support from J. Gerald Lewis, chairman of the building and planning committee, at Sunday ceremonies dedicating the new Mt. Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami. Dr. VJoHson to Speak IV .pic Act Th;it day. 630 p.m.. at the BIa<' hotel. Th;s will mark Dr. WM IOB'I Mxth lecture nn the "Life +Je*irt>ncrkMi%ri 3,000 View Mt. Sinai Dedication Upwards of 3.000 persons Sunday attended dedication ceremonies of the new Mt. Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami. In symbolic ceremonies. Maxi Orovitx. hospital president, cut the] ribbon on an architect's concep-i tion of the $10 million institution S. C. Lcvenson. chairman of the dedication committee, introduced, dignitaries present. The program also included remarks by Miami Beach Mayor D. Lee Powell; J Gerald Lewis, chairman of the building and planning committee; and Sam J. Heiman. president ofthe Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Simutl Gartner, executive di. rector of Mt. Sinai Hospital, traced the development of the | hotel* I from its modest beginnings on lower Alton rd. Presentation of a portrait and plaque was made to Baron de Hirsch Meyer, the hospital's first president. Mrs. Phillip Lefkowitz, president of the Women's Auxiliary, and! Lewis joined Orovitz in the ribbon-. cutting ceremony. R. R. Msgr. William Barry, of St. Patrick's Church, offered the i invocation. Dr. Irving Lehnnan, spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-' El. presented the prayer of dedlj cation. Benediction was by Rev.; R. Wiley Scott, of the Miami Beach j Community Church. Following the ceremonies, visit ors were led on a tour throujh the four floors of the eight-story institution. will be the title of a lecture and Philosophy of Baruch Spinb\ Dr Abrah. ;a." GALA FSFTH SEASON Coconut Grove Playhouse HI 5-2581 Eves. E> Mon. 8:30 Sundays: 7:30 3500 Main Hwy. HI 5 2581 Mars. Wed.A Sat. 1:30 NOW THRU DEC. 20 LIMITED ONE WEEK ENGAGEMENT e "The Incomparable" HILDEGARDE Martin Freed at the Piano ^**SWrTleket Aencie*: CORDCLIA'S, 15 W. Fleeter •*., Miami MIAMI BEACH MAOIO, 1ZSB Lincoln R„ MB &?5„W A N £ T .' CKKT A <"CY. 'SSSCellieeAve.. M. NIAOAKA CYCLO MASSAGE. HeS Hare.n, Ave. M. PLAYHOUSE RESTAURANT AND COCKTAIL LOUNGE R**rvt,on: Help* HI 5-2511 COOTTAJU Students Win Contest Prizes A $25 IS. Savings Bond and an Americanism Medal have been awarded to North Miami Beach. Junior High School students Nancy Bryan. 1700 NE 158th st., and Perry I Schrift. 17631 NE 7th pi., by Morris GreebeU representing the North Miami Beach Abe Horowitz Post of the Jewish War Veterans. Miss Bryan and Schrift wart; judged first prize winners of M Americanism essay contest on "Why I Like Being an AmerttM Girl" and "Why I Like Being aa American Boy." The contest was presented as a regular classroom assignment to the student body of the North Miami Beach Junior High School un der the direction of Lloyd R Pierce, principal, and Miss Pauline Hereford, curriculum assistant. The Perfect Holiday GUt TICKETS TO THE OPERA Ul GiOCONDA by P i %  A HEROIC CHAPTER IN JEWISH HISTORY Tfce fabelow Mory el the ttaw wb. d Rn-Ml n 1 1 m l |n til % %  < rp— I eke asfctM. •M mt the BMM keen el Hur. Hew SN^U freej him.rH Iron the Inwiei. ram en] u Judn *ed was reverted with h Maa-faM i Her: hu •kiory io DM chariot race: kit tender lo for the beaetiful (lave-fid lather (depict* in ihi pkrart by ike IMMM iwaeti artut, Hn Heraren). tAtsr momr rot row MVOR/TI CHAKIU W EAST %  NaM a "tm-ltar" Theatre Party I It it worth a trie H eeerest city wkere H b atayfcte. Special consHerttie. yea ta frees*. Par farther iatarmotiea, write te "BeaRir* Tan* Party Oeat* S55 Uacala Real*, Miami Beech fWik. iHffl HARARE. STEPHEN BOYD Ml O;MH SPfOAl ATTHfTION TO TNfATU PAIWJ 555 LINCOLN ROM MIAMI BEACH. FU. JEfferson 2-5556 LINCOLN THEATER JEfferson M7M DAM PECtAAl AV1re6S eceeeeh era MMMOta IIROOO by ee aoeeey eJsWrwaW ade Federal /* „. /M-* 5 Convmim* Offkm SirvDad* CWjJ^ \ RESOURCES EXCEED 14 MILLM* !**•—



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Pag 12-B %  M*i*f HrridUan fie/ii/fcc Frid ny.i FRIDAY NIGHT DINNERS OF TRADITIONAL EXCELLENCE! Served uith Sacramenial Wines mud All the Trimmings, uilb Special Emphasis on Courtesy, for uhicb the Monte Carlo is famous! VOE GREENSTEIN, Cilt'ing Mgr. PHONE: OH 64721 ON TKI OCCAN AT HTH ST. MIAMI BCACH. PLOMIOA Wrote taX KISOMT HOTIL 4 Stay e Wee* Moderate Mjl to Ploaoo All Tattoo and Agoa S7M eg • % %  •I U MM* to 10 tM. at The DERBY INN 11495 Biseayne Blvd. For Res. Ph. 14 '* 1 Cecfctail Loungo FftBE PARKING Muoic NigMy Please Do not oMnk mm coneoMoe BUT r at my BIST STOECKfars steo"k7^ $ 3 95 Too* AVI. ON rwj (S.W. (ft. s.) — OUR SPECIALTY — NICE, THICK, JUICY PRIME RIBS OF BEEF KM THE MaT MST M TOWN. •AMOttTT MCA/WO Candlelight Inn 11J1 Commodore Plaza CoCMHt Grove HENRY LEITSON. Mqr I I IUNCM • OiNNIa • SUPflB ORDERS TO TAKE OL'l V P HONE UN 6-4303 It fit FowNv Trade) as 0*3 79th ST. CAUMWA V NAMES MAKE THE NEWS: ADL authority on prejudicial prob lama, Han.ld Braverman. and his charnrng spouse artat the Beach for I brief sojourn. He's the national director of ADL's Discrimination nepartment in New York, and author of "Barriers Here with them is Miss Mildrni Rub;n, the popular office manager of ADL'S national cuartcrs in N. Y. Don't know of any hospital having a more spectacular setting than .the new Mt Sinai. The Julia Tuttle Causeway lighting pattern and its, ribbon Of roads form a distinctive background for the stately building. Martin Stern and Attorney Marvin (iluberman are co-chairmen of the annual Variety Children's Hospital boxing show Dec. 23 at Miami Beach Auditorium. Welterweight titl* contenders Luis Rodriguez and Sugar Hart are the principals. When Morris Lipp startod to work for the City of Miami Beach in 1926 as chief draftsman in the sewer department, there were 2M employees. Today, as city manager of the famed rert city, Lipp heads 29 departments with 1,319 employees! Mrs. Robert Z. Greene. Mrs. Nathan Gumenick. Mrs Louis Wolf•nil and Mrs. Arthur Friedman working to make the annual Symphony Pall at the Fontainebleau Jan 16 the biggest and best yet. Mrs. Harriett Schwarti is the newly-elected president of the Women's Council of M. B. Board of Realtors, taking office in January. Surprised to see Cameron Mitchell, instead of her husband, Gary Merrill, advertised to appear with Bette Davis in "The World of Carl Sandburg." The well known acting pair started doing the touring aeries together, but reports are thai a family rift has caused the replacement of Mitchell. Busy bride to-be is Linda Gail Chisling. with one party after another in her honor before her nuptial date with David Weiner at the Algiers on Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. Carl M. Baumann recently announced a new addition to the family, Andrew John. Spotted at Bayshore: Dr. Dick Schwartz. Sid Fewer, Art Shand loff. Dr. Don Miehnoff (practicing, of cowrga); attorney Sam Shapiro and his daughter, Sandy, one of the top junior players m the tr; Abe Rethenberg, Harry Relkm, and Mrs. Stan Raskin. Pro John Conte, of Bayshore, greeting one of his moat enthusiastic rupils. Ed Glickstein, back for another winter season, and stopping at i the Fontainebleau. Amazing to see the young in-heart oldster smack the ball over 200 yards down the fairway, and making pars all over the place. Conte has helped the game of many locals, including Harry Harden, the ork leader at the Versailles hotel. Makes the game so easy to play for the beginners, and quickly spots faults hampering the play of xclerans. BOTH SIDES OF THE BAY: New comedy team of Marty Allen and Steve Rossi bow in La Ronde show at Fontainebleau tonight, along with graceful Gretchen Wyler. Also on the aew bill is tap dancer Bobby Brandt. The lights go on again in the Pompeii room of Eden Roc tonight, as the nitery season there g.ts under way with comic Jack Carter and singer Paula Stewart. Carter, who makes frequent appearances on the lical night club circuit. Is one entertainer who constantly keeps adding new material to his always zingy act. Paul Muni who. if owr memory eorves right, never has been soon in a icroon play short of Academy Award-winning posaiWUty, rottrrm after too long an absence to mefco movie magic again in Tho Last Angry Man." at the C.rib, Miami and Miracle. The Gerald Green novel becomes a memorable movie. Like hundreds and hundreds of local.tes, we are eagerly awaiting the local premiere of "Ben Hur." We've read and heard nothing but huzzahs for this mammoth screen masterpiece, due at the Lincoln Theater Dec. 23. ****** TAUti Max Rudofker. chairman of the board of After Six FllS of ch i .-H e K\^ 1B, g dlm,W Party for ,ce *Prtsc.er Steve Fibs, of ch. 10. and his attractive spouse Toni. at Michel's in Normandy restfuTam. 2tft*ft 71st iS" '"""" """'" ~*" aini^ er i^* lger !" ,na emen the RJti Plaza hotel offers excellent ?:;o n8 5 oO C per^, W,,h emPh "' S — "*"-• c-tering-Tfrot and SC7 SOU ~*** *** *•—" • &f — %  "*•. red wrSrLTL^T. '" m ^ n "•"' *'"' !" -"< *Hh it, rich r carponng and silver appointments. 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flK. S It's a good thing Mrs. Stanley (Jill) A rkin learned all those songs when she appeared in the Women's Traveling Troupe here last season for the Combined Jewish Appeal Now she's singing them to a 8 lb. 6-oz. bundle Quite a party at Esther and Paul Topel's home on N. Shore dr K enny and Joy Lipman j costume parade, with Joy's hair made of wool .. Ruth Boss' ind calling her top "mop" ... And so it was—wig made of a %  dyed black Tony Mortone looking "real gone," with a Ilk mask, and wife Ann in one of his white shirts .Phil and >ra Brooks adorable in tight pants and matching sweat shirts ring Rosenberg with a goatee and a bass fiddle made of a and a yardstick, and wife Gussie: no mops, no wool, no wigs Ul for the American Medical Center, incidentally %  uclear chemist Stephen Alan Rubin visiting his parents Mr lirs. Bernard Rubin-he's the Mt. Nebo exec—601 SVV 45th from the Battelle Memorial Institute of Columbus, 0. [ion also includes his brother, Fred and Howard. MM Farm welcome from their parents In store for Yeshiva U. stucoming home for Chanuka Making the trip are Harvey lan, Arnold Grant, Irving Kelemei, Joseph Lauer, Melvin and Seymour Spolter Coming trom Yeshiva High School: Ever, Jack Habib, Jay M. Miller, Arthur Spolter and Alan ^ %  r Stern College: Linda Aranoff, Harriet Bienenfeld, ra Caplan, Madeline Kagan, Phyllis Katz, Adrienne SchainRochelle Stern And from Albert Einstein medical school: fey Fiertel, Fied Block, and Harold Ginsberg. • Ir. and Mrs. Morris Simon, 1325 Sorolla ave., are looking for| to a happy reunion with their family ... It will be Old Homo after Dec. 21. when son Dr. Jesse Simon, Los Angeles, and liter. Belle Rcssier, Silver Springs, Md., accompanied by their pes and children, are house guests at the Simon Coral Gables on Harold, who lives :n Miami, will complete the family group [his wife and children Mrs. Simon's sister and brothert, of Miami, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Boodner, and another sister, Mrs. Leah Simon, Great Neck N.Y., will also join the for a Chanuka celebration. Ir. and Mrs. Arnold (Gytell) Gottfried's baby now a real boy, | with his first haircut on the occasion of his first birthday Melissa and brother Brian admiring the change lie little red knit affair Mrs. Leonard Bursten has been snowbound town is a dog sweater for her Boston terrier the Aaron Goldmans and son off North for the holidays, with hoping to see snow for the first time in 26 years Still the white stuff Irs. Beatrice Press, North Bergen, N. J., daughter of Mr. and Jacob Schiff, and grandson, Richard Schiff, spending their ^ion with her parents He's Israelite Center financial sec br. and Mrs. Milton (Vivian) Lyons, 12585 NE 1st ave., N. hi, have as their houseguest, her mother, Mrs. Beatrice Harris, ew York City Chanuka holidays will bring another guest, Dorothea Bitzick, of Brooklyn Vivian's president of the rhood of Beth Emeth Congregation. )n the Birth Front: A son, Kenneth Marc, born to Mr. and Mrs. Jne (Jane) Schulman on Dec. 8 at Mt. Sinai Hospital D'.'th joins brother Robert, JVi Rev. Abraham Seif offici[ at the bris at their home, 1710 SW 87th pi., on Dec. 16 irnal grandmother is Mrs. Dora Goldstein, of Miami Beach Imal grandfather is Mr. Louis Schulman. Miami. *> -iabbi Mendel Glantz, of Bay City, Mich., visiting with his son [family, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Glantz, 730 NE 62nd st. He's [or at Tifereth Israel Daughter Esther is a senior at the lersity of Miami, majoring in elementary education ... Son ishall attends the University of Florida, and Owen is a senior at on High. Add to Birth Front: Seth Howard Feliman. new addition to the By of Mr. and Mrs. Morton (Marilyn) Feliman, 12835 SV\ 75th 1 born Oct. 24 Seth joins Barry, Shelley and Leslie frnal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Max Newman Miami Mi Mrs. Gussie Feliman, of Miami, is maternal grand Per. r •* Jliss Sandra Arnopolin, of Chicago, was honored at a pre-nupBuncheon last week at the Algiers hotel by Mrs. Michael Grow1 163 N. Shore dr.; Mrs. Jack Adler, 315 S. Shore dr.; and Mrs. ey Wolk, 1940 Bay dr. All former Windy City-ites fhe Samuel Solloways and Mrs. Lenore Kleiman awaiting the fal of their daughter and son, Mr. and Mrs. Elliot B. (Judith) pan, for their first visit from Philadelphia since their Juiy • page ... The couple wiU stay through New Year s wir. and Mrs. Mac Mermell entertained 24 guests foT&mner [weekend at their Bay Heights home Guests > n ud ~ ""j kael Gilbert, Mr. and Mrs. Byron Cherkas Dr. %  "*"". Jamci Per, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Shandloff, and comedian Johnny rd ** rs. Esther Kligfield, Miami Beach, expecting the arrival Sunof her daughter and son-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. Sidney Davidson "hcy'll stay at the Hollywood Beach hotel kisan Applebaum celebrated her ninth birthday last jweekend o stages-one, a party for her Brownie Troop; two, ice-skating ration at the Deauville fast of "Father of the Bride" in n farewell party-for Pat Mn at Candlelight Inn before making way f rH lde ^ r „^ t toconut Grove Playhouse Irene Castle dining *ith Mait [Smith and party at the Candlelight Inn, and Tennessee wu T dropping by for a tteak.


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Page 8-C %  Jen 1st HcrkMnn Prida y.D**^, Don Mullen: Doorway to Finery Celebrating their third anniversary is the Don Mullen Shop on Miracle Mile in Coral Gables. Mullen has been in (he local fashion picture for a number of years, and consistently maintains "the doorway to fashion at its finest." Showing daytime and travel wear. Don Mullen is best known for his sportswear collection. Working from scientific principles, with color coordination as a basic premise. Don Mullen has developed the "art of the casual." The top sportswear lines in the country are utilized in this mixing and matching formula that produces the unusual, fashionable, and livable casuals making this shop so prominent What Mullen does Is to combine two or three pieces from different manufacturers to complete his casuals. There have been many imitators, but no one seems able to capture the Mullen flair for separates. An artist's palette is used as the basis of the color schemes for the firm's windows. Simply looking at the display is an education in color coordination, both for separates and accessories. Don Mullen cooperates with several organizations in their fashion shows. One of his most recent was at the University of Miami, sponsored by Phi Sigma Sigma sorority. A representative from each sorority participated, and at the end of the show the audience decided which model was to be crowned queen. In' addition to their complete sportswear, daytime and travel collection, Don Mullen has not neglected cocktail and evening dresses. Unusual and attractive pieces of costume jewelry are suggested to complete your ensembles. ALL MOTHERS-TO-BE Welcome: TO OUR NEW IOCATION 371 MIRACLE MILE Coral Gables Mothers Beautiful PRESENTS Excitement Holiday oj illustrated: Camellia white flowered damask brocade designed for clever concealment with beautiful tapered skirt. SPICUUY MMCID Maternity Clothes With Lovely Flair Is Mother's Beautiful Major Specialty Mother's Beautiful has earned for itself the reputation of featuring so many attractive maternity fashions that some women claim one of the reasons they have babies is to acquire a Mother's Beautiful wardrobe. Seen at the recent Diplomat Ball honoring Israel Ambassador Avraham Harmon was Mrs. Murray Levine in a moonstone grey chiffon from Mother's Beautiful, with the grey and aqua in the cut velvet bodice. Mrs. Levine is past president of Naomi group of Hadassah. Mother's Beautiful has been located on Lincoln rd. for a number of years, and after repeated requests opened a large and attractively-decorated shop on Miracle Mile in Coral Gables. Copies of Paris gowns are common in this highly specialised shop. One particular silk organza bubble dress is from a Dior original. It has a tight-banded hemline that looks so very fashionable one finds it hard to believe it is a maternity fashion. The shop also features long tunics with tight skirts that camouflage the figure for many months. Keeping in mind the many parties planned for the season. Mother's Beautiful has gold lames, silk brocades, "oaf-tan" Chinese styled robes, and theatre suits in silk satin fabrics complete with lace blouses. Their fashions are much the same as those of other fashion houses, with slack sets featuring fringed poncho tops, cotton knits, and wool suits and dresses. They even have maternity sweaters tor cooler weather. On Miracle Mile. Mother's Beautiful has the Miss Bergdarf perfumes exclusively, along with accessories and boutique items. NEW DERBY imereUWrtwjJ this velours-trimmed eras.! with a small feather plumt *J up and velvet-edged frltj] veil. From the Jordan Mss] collection. Unusual Engel Fid Engel Furs is the only hnn the area to create a mink sobi out a seam in the back. U straight and cape stole styles sou women who are accustomed t el ing the seam down the center in back. J Mr. Engel has been here owi| teen years In addition to la I seam minks, which have besi played at numerous fashion i he has been treating the I sweater with an unusual I fled mink, combinations d ho, l snaps that permit you to w eral collars with the same are but a few of the unique I on his sweaters. Engel's Furs is located on I rd. Mr. Engel also desigu *| creates his own fur pieoss. kjMOB/l'IMfM/ cjhhi This Special Holiday FassS Supplement is coordnatod bfl Miss Edith Applebaum. *| en's editor of The Jawish FUJI ion. and "Charmingly To* columnist Photograph sketches, and fashion M* have been coordinated by Applebaum in the pubk<*| of the supplement Styfe ly C/, OIOC The styles and shapes of afterdark dresses vary according to the wearer's choice: High-low skirt, flying wedge skirt, overskirt. under-fur sheath, sleeved shapes, swagger shapes in fabrics of unexpected richness. 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tge 2-A +JelsHUrkttnn Singer, Dr. Dunning Vutstandk mm riendship with children in other lands is demonstrated as award Kravitz (right) presents a check for $60 to the United ations International Child Emergency Fund. Money was aised by pre-teen clubs at the Miami Branch of the Greater _ %  3277 -79II SOUTHWEST IH. STREET Naif fa Corner at 33rd Avaaaa ""•— J Ml 4-0922 Continued from Paa 1-A h? Gov. Collins. He is alson member of tlH Dda County l'ort Authority idvltOI7 committee, scrvo.l on the citizens committee that recommended the transfer of Jackson Memorial Hospital iron, the city to the county, and is a trustee of Mi. Sinai Hospital. He ban wild as a member of the Metropolitan Charter Board. ml Zoainj Board, praaldont of the Dade County development committee. Judicial Council of Florida, board of the Florida Citizens advisory committee to the Civil Righti Commission, chairman of the board of the VM and WHA. itor of United Fund. Mi.imiDade County Chamber of Comnun.'. H'nai B'rith. and president of Greater Miami Jewish Federation and Temple Israel. Diabetes Group Elects Officers The Greater Miami Lay Diabetes Society, at its December meeting held at the Alcazar hotel, unanimously elected the following slate of officers for the year of 1960 as I r< rented by the nominating committee: Chairman, Mrs. Phyllis Sherman, executive vice chairman. Kin Delia Ink: vice chairman. Edna Savoya: recording secretary, Mr. Bcrnicc Scribncr; corresponding secretary. Mrs. Jean Shouyhcr; treasurer, Eugene Ly ons. The following committee chairman an also appointed at the December meeting: membership. Abe Gorod; program, George E. Pi Dr Dunnng has been a cancer researcher far 25 years. Shi known internationally for her work' with Dr. Maynie R. Curtis on the diolo a Q| cysticercus sarcoma in rats, the development of a colony of inbred rats, and a spectrum of transplantable animal tumors that serve as material for research. In 1957, Dr. Dunning was chosen one of the 17 "Outstanding Women 1 of Dade County" by the Miami News. The University of Miami searcher is one of the 196 scieni throughout the nation to be award J Sripnre Ski PILES NEW W| WMumt S r MEAIINC SiflSTAKU I ed an American Cancer today 1 r M ^ h 2S*!!gm g-t j a.tcn h ,n B D.;,t'5^Jil She is a member of the board of •u? 9 y nd %  *• "3 Coconut Grove Civic Club and '" ce itr Residents Club of Coconut Grove, rtL'r,."? !" '!".'" *3 and belongs to the Pilot Club of! 't.TXLg'2 Miami. Sigma Chi. American As •<> thorough tmt wl£S sociaUon for the Advancement of I e ejsVd"to V*'"""* *r Science. Genetics Society of Amerunder the njm, PREPSS Aik for it jt an """ money back guinitti a The secret it \ M_ ica. American Society of Zoologists.: stance (B.o.oyw)-, American Assn. for Cancer Re w r,d a ""'"• '< search and New York Academy of SUP POSTO'SY Vain. Science. Dr. Dunning received the Doctor of Philosophy degree in genetics and cytology from Columbia Urn ver>iiy in 1830, where she was an assistant in cancer research through 1941. She came to the University of Miami in 1950 from the 1 Detroit Institute for Cancer Research. She is the author of some 50 papers published in scientific journals. Rabbi Stern Will Talk Wednesday Seconfl in a series of lectures at Beth Jacob Congregation will be held Wednesday evening at the congregation. Rabbi Tibor Stem will discuss •Concept of Jewish Education" Guest panelist will be Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of the Hebrew Academy. Question and answer period f. I h>us each lecture. There is no ad10ft charge. MORTGAGES $500,000 Private Money CHAS. HIME Permanent *r Ceastrvctiea laaat a* Naw ar OM Properties Under Constrt.ct.oa • %  Completed. WIN luv at Moke toons on 1st ar 2ad Mirtgam Ground Faa* or lamas Unlimited lasaraace Fends. Keo. Broker Ph. PR .J444 COMPLETE PEST CONTROL SINCE 1901 NC. 3-3421 .WOKIP-S LARGEST CM em\ Prescription Sp NOW IN TWO; A;i wihaa oS e Hn nu t ta—' t, \J r eaWInf a* aur Mlrl wimJowad Chopale— ^1 f wa •*— *a ultiatoia In coofoet and la n 'laa, m w*k Reaaralda It •** SO y^n. \ / R iverside MIMORIAI CHAFIl FUNIHAL OIRECTORI Phon JE 1-1151 s, MIAMI MAOI W


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member 18. 1959 +Jewlsb fJhridiar Page 5-A PT24S rtic gift, his entire professional collection of plastic surstruments, is presented to Hadassah's Brandeis group i New York surgeon-educator Dr. Jacob Sarnoff, shown the Fontainebleau with Hadassah officer Mrs. Bernard sn. The collection of 150 instruments is being forwardidassah University Medical Center in Israel for use by its and faculty. Dr. Samoff, father of Broadway star ly Sarnoff, retired this year after 51 years of surgery JW lives in Miami Beach. His most recent book is "Betilth, Longer Life." iticello Park les Buildings |29 is the date at which lation Montieello Park exhave $100,000 in cash, enhhe commencement of conIn of its new Temple and {building. $60,000 was raised at a here last week. Mn' Club is currently small scale bricks, conthe inscription, "I helped Aonticeilo Park." Over 300 have already been sold. hood is sponsoring "Give ^ething this month" project, piling each woman to conto the building fund, ren of the religious school participating in the brickprojeet and have adopted kgan, "Every scholar bring r ber project to be launched LONG DISTANCE [MOVING ivmi II points in the country riMATES CHEERFULLY [EN WITHOUT CHARGE A\liS. INC. {6 N.W. 24th Avenue -6496 MIAMI rVomentco Earnings Up Wometco Enterprises this week issued an interim report to its stockholders. The report covers the 44 weeks ended Nov. 7, 1959 and shows that the company's earnings after taxes are up 31.8 percent over the comparable period in 1958. Gross income of Wometco Enterprises. Inc. for the 44 weeks ended Nov. 7, 1959 amounted to $8,637,394 with expenses of $7,308,344. Net income before taxes was $1,329,050, and net income after taxes was $641,159. For the comparable period in 1958, the net income before taxes was $925,142. and the net income after taxes was $486,451. in connection with the drive is under the sponsorship of United Synagogue Youth. YOUR MONEYS WORTH WASHINGTON FEDERAL Miami Beach Don't pot it off put iton Re-Roof •* WWTTIN eiUARAHTM LICENSED tNSUUD PAYMENTS AMAIN* "MX TOO! tuner Re-Roofing & Repairing I ..II II W Fer Free Httawte PHONE OX 1-1321 ACMI SUPPLY CO. 2670 N.W. 75th ST. TWIN CITY GLASS CO. cumnrno MiRKom STeei mows "" N,TU 1 T0W I ANTIQUE MMMS I llvt NG .. 1T L~ mo 6LAU mnAUfo wwu rou WAIT |2M 14th Street, Mi. Ckeed Setardey* T ____ JDC Adopts $29 Mi/lion Budget NEW YORK-(JTA)-The Joint, Ui.sirib.uUcn Committee, at its 45th annual mer-tin* this week, adopted a budget of $29,142,000 for its aid programs in 1960 which provide assistance to 250.000 Jews in 25 countries, including Israel. More than 400 delegates from all parts of the country attended the gathering. The delegates unanimously votc.1 a resolution pledging full support for UJA's I960 campaigns and urged American Jews "to demonstrate their continued support by responding with heightened genj erosity to the campaign for funds vitally needed for life-saving efforts in Israel and elsewhere." Edward M. M. Warburg, chairman of the JDC, lauded the United Jewish Appeal of which the JDC is a major partner. He said that the UJA has helped make possible the physical survival of the great flood of Jewish refugees escaping from dictatorship, anti-Semitism and hunger I n post-war years. "The reality of today—for hundreds of tousands of men and women—is that the solidity of the UJA represents the only hope of a decent future," he stressed. Mr. Warburg, who was reelected JDC chairman for the 15th successive year, is a founder and honorary chairman of the UJA. He told the delegates that the establishment of Israel had meant "new hope" for hundreds of thousands of Jewish refugees. Because Israel exists, he declared, and because Americans through the United Jewish Appeal have given largescale help in transporting and settling refugees, both in Israel and in other countries of asylum, "the thousands of Jews who surged over the Hungarian border to freedom, the other thousands set into flight by the Egyptian dictator, the tens of thousands who poured out of North Africa, were not faced with 1946 again—or with 1938." Mr. Warburg praised the U. S. Government policy of extending aid to the needy of many lands "without insisting that the price they pay be acceptance of our system of government or our way of life." Philip M Klutxnick of Chicago, chairman of the International Council of B'nai B'rith, warned that three factors were tending "to turn the American community inward at this time." He cited the improved economic position of many of America's Western allies; the adverse trend in the United States balance of international payments, and "the concern that our foreign aid programs have not always been wisely administered." "While I agree that there may be much --merit in introducing greater discrimination and judgment into the handling of foreign aid policy," Mr. Klutznick, a former U. S. delegate to the UN General Assembly, said "it would be tragic if, under the guise of economy, cuts so drastic were maae that they destroyed the results oi our multi-billion dollar investment in raising living, standards, in bringing the 20th century to underdeveloped countries, and in creating a climate for the democratic way of life throughout the world." Moses A. Leavitt, JDC executive vice chairman, reported on the agency's worldwide welfare services for 1959, for which over $28,000,000 was spent. "In 1959, a year of no great crises, no terrible emergencies—the men, women and children who needed JDC's aid still numbered well over 200,000," Mr. Leavitt pointed out. The 1960 JDC budget was adopt ed after a report by Charles H. Jordan, director-general for the agency's overseas operations. Jordan pointed out that "deteriorating political and economic conditions in North Africa," particularly in Morocco and Tunisia, had increased need among the Jewish population—and reduced the contributions of local governments and communities — resulting in heavier demands for JDC help. Of the Jews who received JDC aid during 1959, more than 104.000 were in Moslem countries, principally North Africa and Iran, Leavitt said in his report. There were also some 56,000 in Europe, more than 42,000 in Israel end nearly 4,600 in, such other areas as Australia. "In Israel, Malben-JDC, which cares for aged, ill and handicapped newcomers and their families, aided seme 20,300 person*, including hundreds through an expanded program of non-institutional care for the aged. In addition, nearly 14,000 were aided there through cultural and religious programs," the JDC leader reported. "JDC's assistance continued to cover a broad range of needs," Leavitt stressed. "There were 32,355 persons receiving cash relief, chiefly in Europe; 85,685 benefiting from feeding programs, more than 56,000 of them in Moslem areas; 5,790 in homes for the aged, the bulk in Israel; 29,970 receiving medical aid and 68,670 receiving educational assistance, these last two programs concentrated also chiefly in. Moslem countries. In addition, 5,365 children and young people received other kinds of aid; and 36,545 were aided through cultural and religious programs." "One of the most disheartening single developments of 1959 was the shutting off of Jewish emigration from Rumania," the JDC executive vice chairman declared. "When the emigration ended, there were more than 15,000 Jews in Rumania who had been fully documented for departure and were ready to leave. These lost their homes and their employment and were left in difficult economic circumstances." Chqnuka Program At Kneseth Israel Mrs. I. B. Eisenstein, president of Kneseth Israel Sisterhood, announces a Chanuka luncheon by the Sisterhood on Tuesday noon in the Social Hall. Mrs. I. Ruppert is hospitality chairman for the affair, and will be assisted by Mesdames Louis Dublin, Lena Popkin. Clara Weinstock, Regina Basil, Harry Weiss, Helen Hornstein, Wolf Sirot, Max Lippmah, Toby Jaffe, Eva Leopold, Frances Ullian, Etta Mandel, Rae Benjamin, and Max Hect. Sisterhood Cord Party Sisterhood of the Southwest Jewish Center will hold a Chanuka card party at the Temple, 6438 SW 8th st., on Monday night. Direct From the Wholesale House For Holiday Delivery — Ship Anywhere in the US. FULL BUSHEL -• $6.95 %  Del. ORANGES, NAVELS, TEMPLES AMD GRAPEFRUIT JOE ZALIS & SON Established 1925 WHOLESALE FRUIT & PRODUCE 1200 N.W. 22 Street Write or Phone FR 1-8948 Phone: CEdar: 5-3752 5-5152 MARK MANOR POOL & PATIO HOMES $15,490 BEDROOMS Duo Bath 4 BEDROOMS 2 Baths COUNTY TAXES ONLY—LOW F.H.A. TERMS MODELS AT: 9925-9935-9945 S.W. 215 Street BEAUTIFUL VENETIAN POINT-CUTLER RIDGE DIRECTIONS: (1) Drive South on Red Road to Old Cutler Road-follow signs to MARK AAANOR (Southwest 216th St. & 99th Avenue) or (2) Drive South on U.S. 1 — turn left t Cutler Ridge Shopping Center (Cerribeen Blvd.) Drive to Anchor Road — turn right to 212th Street — left to Model.



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age 6-A +Jelstrhrklk*ri Friday, 4ax Orovitz to Be Honored Saturday; liami Society Expected in Full Force MAX otovnz Max Orovitz. presldenl of Mt. Sinai Hospital of Greater Mteni, will be honored at a testimonial dinner Saturday evening in the Grand ballroom of the Fontainebleau ho tcl. The occasion marks Orovitz' more than ten years in the presi dency of the hospital, which under h.s leadership rose from a 55-b*d facility on lower Alton rd. to its new quarters built at a cost of some $10 million, and was dedicated in a ceremony attended by OUT 3.000 persons last Sunday. Oroviti alto will riciivi public recognition for hi* many philanthropic endeavors at the Saturday function, which include tho University of Miami, Gr.attr Miami Jewish Federation, and the United Fund, of which he wit first president. Reservations for the affair are ncaring the 1.000 mark, according to Baron de Hir>ch Meyer, dinner chairman, who said that "the most distinguished names of Miami society appear on the guest list." Special decor displaying the Mt. Sinai Hospital emblem will adorn the ballroom. Dr. Sarnoff Speaks in Miami Coral Way Jewish Center Sister ., c "" hood was to meet at Everglades r Sarn 'f U Elementary School. 83T5 SW lfth CUn i 51 1t JZ st.. on Thursday at 8 p.m. Ha has travel Spetlft waa to be Dr. Jactb^'wshout tw,'! rtF&iSr 0 Betler He,Itb h Doro,b y **m,\ w y star. New MEDICAL Offices UJA Hits $69 Million; Maps 1960 Campaign PALM SPRING s PROFESSIONAL BUILDING Comer W. 49* St. (N.W. 103rd St.) and W. 8th Av.., HuM In Hialeah's Most Exclusive Locale" IDEAt OPPORTUNITY FOR MEDICAL SPKIAUSTS Continued from Peee 1 A he lagging processes of inregraien in behalf of 354.0M unaborbed immigrants in Israel. Delegates reflected Morris W. rin>tein. philanthropist and bus .fader, to his third sVSSSSStea rm as I'JA general chairman, to id its 22nd yearly campaign The legates also elected Bol Luck ID, < f Cincinnati, as UJA honor y Battens! cha.rman. Fred For in. of Rochester, and Philip M. utrnick. of Chicago, as UJA na OS] chairmen, and Melvin Dutej 3s chairman D cabinet. The rINSI NERVOUS HEADACHES call for STRONGER Yet SAFER ANACiij WesTi Upeet The Stomach • a.t only gives atre*#r. relief freai Mia *f .. %  daces la alt. mf0r. Wont aseet the .ach and lu BO bad affects. Tea •so. Acacia is tike a doctor's ere. eartpttee. That la, Anac:n costal me eat jaet eae bet a esmbmetW* W %  e aiw J l y proven, arttrs laaredienta. Seleatlft* reeearck baa proTod ee MGAGEO TO BE MARRIED? ** %  •-n' N A I. A N 8 3200 S.W. 3rd Avene*. *.! Pfceees Ft 3-441* or M 4-*ai *^^^^^ **. GORDON ROOFING AND JHIET METAl WORKS INC! 1141 M.W. 10th A,. Ft 3 71 SO Have your reef r*oaira<| now: yst will a*. on a nmtt r*of later. "Satisfactory Work by Enporicneed Man" NOW YOU D!A1 FR 3-4605 for CAN TOU ALWAYS PINO TOUR YAHRZtlT DATIS7 Or Bar Mitavah dates* Or any her dates on the Hebrew CalentrT Vou will be able to And those ates at a glance if you have the J-page booklet, offered fret to %  aders of thia publication. Just send a post-card or a letter, -tMsesting a free copy of the Heina -Year Hebrew-English Calendar, rite to:H. J. Heins Company. Dept Jl Pittsburgh 30. Pa. take to organize their local cam: paigns early. Tbe formal fundraising on a national scale uill commence at a national inaugural conference of the UJA to be held in Miami on Feb. 7. Former Sen. Herbert H. Lehman, addressing the delegates, said that "tbe United Jewish Ap peal has come to be synonymous with our concern for freedom, peace and humanitananism as Americans and Jews." He urged American Jews to give fullest support to the UJA. Sen. Lehman, who participated :n the beginnings of the United *h Appeal more than two decades aeo when it was formed hate rescue Jews threaten hy that he own the UJA from •is a mere idea—a dream Tne pod into "an organization srhese purpose > the whole of American !wr>.' he declared. sterteateh, UJA general chairman, who summarised the work of the United Jewisn Appeal in IKi, noted that in the year just completed the UJA. through jt, beneficiary agencies, had helped a fetal of tea.oao persons of whom Ml-tea w r m | lr## | ( 105sea |„ Moslem countries. 57.*e* in Europe, 5.000 in the United States and 5.SM others in various other countries around the world. Mr. Berinstein added that some 37,. other persons had received relief in transit. Edward M. M Warburg. UJ*. honorary chairman and chairman of the Jmt Distribution Committee, presided at Saturday nights dinner meeting. I-rael Ambassador Harm an principal speaker at the dinner" stressed that in accepting nearly a million refugees in 11 vears the Israel Government has given ut • consideration to the human itanan aspects of this immigration li'.^'w 1 ^ 1 ,hat %  ,sra 1 Permitted thousands of persons to be |*WjtJrt in that other countries hreoW normally reject as iraminrants-active tuberculosis cases Physically handicapped persons and large numbers of aged pro* Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman. UJA I executive vice chairman, declared that despite the great achievements of Israels peonle in taking in nearly 1.000,000 refugees in 11 rears, one out of every three of these newcomers still lacks the harequirements of decent and civ dired living. The UJA executive vice chair man told the audience that American Jews have no right to sleep one night in peace if we doat take aHvantape of the ni U S ENClNffllNG OfrKK COWSTtUCTtON CQtr. 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December 18, 1959 v-JewistiFkridliari STANCE OF CORRECT AND COMFORTABLE GARMENT FIT dels UseT La Rue Foundations Page 11-C Lt a recent fashion show proid by Charm Modeling School [Agency a woman in the audiasked where she could pura foundation garment that Id give her the same flattering aa that of the models, ^any student models and proDnals alike go to the La Rue et and Lingerie Salon on MirMile in Coral Gables. There, I Jane Mehallis won't let her cusrs buy a garment if it doesn't foperly. Rue specialises in a correct comfortable fit. No matter what I you are, your fifure can be injed, and your cksthes will look more becoming with the correct foundation garments. Very few models are born with perfect figure sizes. El .w Rue au ? ut3h careful fi 'tog helps these professional models to wear stock sizes. nJUlI* 0 ^ h0W t* me a w man may be clothes will not fit her properly unless she wears them over some type of foundation. Heavy&oned corsets are not necessary for the hthe figure, and La Rue fits these as well as the larger ones. In addition to their superb fit23PJ2 R ue also %  "* feminine and frilly lingerie. Hand-made gift items are stocked year-round in this well-known lingerie shop. >thes Reflect Our Modern Tradition keeping with modern tradition, tea range in mood from the most pious full-skirted gowns to the elegant jophiaticated slimness. I Suits will make news with jacIcets in several lengths. Some I are distinctly longer. The necks Iare often collarless, sometimes Iworn with a matching stole. I When collared, there is a wonIderful subtlety of cut : In dresses, there is a return of I the impeccably-cut simple dress I in flannel or checked wool, very Itailored but handsome in deItail. Cocktail and dinner dressles have a wide range in feeling, rom the soignee cover-up two-piece dress to the soft full-skirtBd dionefeoowns. Several have gay little jackets which present an entirely new conception in this category. The evening gowns reflect the tradition of the house of Dior in the many portrait gowns shown. Here again the "Willow Look" is expressed in the floating movements of the ball gowns. I Millinery: The soignee elegance of the "Willow Look" demands a hat to complete the costume. There are more hat, more height, more bulk for the slen. der elongated look for day. And coiffures and gay little hats are a "must" for dinner and the theater. Improbable feathers are amusing and very flattering. House of Dior New York %  — [IN ANTIQUE PINE $22.50 13" high, 4'.'dp, II" wide NOW m THE FIRST TIME IN NASSAU, WE (AND WE ALONE) OFFER YOU NATIVE WOODCARVINGSI Made of native materials by native craftsmen trained in Nassau by John Weber, these little figures speak softly of the Islands of long ago. Beautifully finished and polished to a lovely sheen, they are exciting conversation pieces and smartly decorative works of art. Decorated with shells and beach-glass 'jewels.' Freestanding sculptures and wall-plaques, four to forty inches high, from $2.50 to $300.00 ISLAND WOODCRAFTS Our MS .hop i. M off BAY STREET on BANK LANE .nd •t.nd. .t cHMCtful diiunc. to th. M* Md to il• ..' of Qu~n Victoria. ...tu.T. out th.t -d •"<• bfina it with you to look nd perhaps to buy. ISIAND WOODCRAFTS, BOX 1683. NASSAU, BAHAMAS fRANCEE'S fNOTVIDWlLT "STYLeD^-^-**— % FRANCEE IS A COUTURIER FOR CUSTOM MADE LADIES' and CHILDREN'S APPAREL Designs and Fabrics Are Combined to Make an Original Creation Just for YOU Prices Are Moderate Be Exclusive with an original model. 875 N.E. 125th Street Phone PLaza 4-1771 7raicec; c, tstom 2> ,g, at JMoc/< crate n Francee Fashions of NE 125th st., is new to the Greater Miami area. This couturier designer has recently moved here from Boston. Her aim is to offer women custom-designed gowns that are moderately priced, and her collection begins at a modest S35. For the little girl who has everything, Francee has originated a collection of children's party dresses called "Fashion in Flowers." At a recent fashion show held at the Americana for the Albert Einstein group of Hadassah, Francee showed two dresses from this group. One was a black-eyed susan, and the other, a blue forget-me-not Francee also designs for the preteen who has figure problems and difficulty in being fitted with stock sizes. Hand-screened silks are often used by Francee along with the many imported fabrics which go into her costume suits. Men M mli : LU1 1 %  A. "THANKS FOR GrVTNG" has special significance for Dawn Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brown, 737 NW 31st st„ since she can walk because of gifts made by Dade countians to the United Fund. The seven-year-old youngster, a cerebral palsy victim, receives physical therapy treatment at the United Cerebral Palsy Rehabilitation Center, a United Fund agency. Pictured with Dawn are (left) Mrs. Manuel Bumstein, 1685 SW 21st St.. a district director in the Good Neighbor Division of the United Fund, and Mrs. Betty Birchansky, 620 Malaga, Coral Gables, a captain in the Small Business Division of United Fund.



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December 18, 1959 •dan fkrihir Page 9-C cat u res <*y {-Jriainal ColL ectio n kown in the fashion illustrators is Mrs. William D. Singer in lm from the Maxwell Sheiff colof Jordan Marsh. With her nd, who is chairman of the of the Royal Castle System, a Br of the State Road Board, tras this week selected as "Outling Man of Dade County" for I Mrs. Singer has been to many iray places, and shows a de, interest in the fabulous fabrics [Hong Kong. Be Maxwell Sheiff collections in esigners Salon of Jordan Marsh [the noted Beverly Hills designfhe gown Mrs. Singer is weareatures a surplice-styled bodice satin, with the skirt of silk In. The fullness in the skirt is (jasized by a double layer of fchiffon over nylon tulle. The line dips in the back to a low ed decolletage. This gown is ksively for dining and dancing, he color is appropriately called ady Alexander." krdan Marsh is honoring the kond Jubilee Ball for the benefit ke National Children's Cardiac fetal. This formal affair will be in the Grand ballroom of the linebleau hotel on Jan. 30, and kises to be one of the outstandkvents of the social season, with ime star attractions from the tainment world. fo assist in the selection of a for the ball, Jordan Marsh has feed an exceptionally large colOn of long formals. The fashion trend is toward the slim line gown with panniers, poufs and court trains m the back. For ease oi movement m ,i T ing 8 me of ,he sh eath ? ,yes ^ave added a little fullness" to toe back. The popular bouffant styles are also available. Anticipating a record attendance at the Diamond Jubilee Ball, Jordan Marsh has also selected many long formals available in their half-size and Mrs. departments. Jordan Marsh is prepared to outfit men in the same high s'yle as women. For the more < onstrvative man, there is the natural ooking tuxedo, featuring the natural shoulder line, and pants with a plain instead of pleated front. For a more elegant look, there is the Continental style tuxedo, with the slightly padded shoulders, narrow satin lapel and tapered trousers. Both styles are cut visually to slim the wearer down. The newest in tuxedo fashions is the Indian Madris jacket, cut with the full shawl collar. The plaid is in blue and grey. These may be worn with either the midnight blue or black tuxedo trousers. A gown or tuxedo is not complete until it is properly accessorized. At Jordan Marsh, will be found jewelry, gloves, and other accessory items, along with shoes. Unusual cummerbund and tie sets are available for men. If new diamonds are your preference for the Diamond Jubilee Ball, Jordan Marsh can also assist in your selection. I • -. • MRS. WILLIAM SINGER sketched in a Maxwell Sheiff original. This and many other lovely gowns by the noted Beverly Hills designer will be found in the large Jordan Marsh collection. I CARDIAC a 3 o c en make a majestic appearance in a holidayspirited ball gown from our designer's room collection .. such as this Rudolph silksatin original, 410.00 ait IliaxJv FLOtlOA FIAI fASHONS



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December 18, 1959 *Jewistfh>ridHan ml for Retarded Slates Function Beach Harne and Trainfng of the Fontainebleau hotel on s..n [-..-. J^'" 0 '* 6, Dr-MiriiM"CMBnjn will diy'rtSpm'" JPPwing on the Perry, Como Mesdames Ella Wallman, found annual membership-sponStarring' are All !" ,A V f ; Gretche "*Wyler, singer and1* r D ra ^lolenki, vice president, ^^U^^Wl^i.^-^ and supper! !" ^ %£jEVT& —:—' %  %  — : CIUDS, Bobby Brandt, aancer and this week. Page 5-B originator of "taprobatics;" and Sacassas and his orchestra. Proceeds are for the completion of the-Horhe. Beth Jacob Card Party ^Beth Jacob Congregation Sister, hoed was to hold a card party on Thursday evejung a t t he W aves' hotel. Mrs. Samuel Kaplan, Mrs. Jack Wucher and Mrs. Max Thurson were to be co-cnairmen. HANUKKAH TIME AND ALL THE TIME ~ff~tr BE A \ A ^ ^ ^ ^ J HOUSEWIFE Pot these fine products of Colgate-Palmolive oa your holiday shoppinglist... every thing you need for kitchen, laundry, bathroom I ALL 4 KOSHER PARVE LOOK WHAT'S 5A7 HAPPENED TO V AJAX! >OT H E R NEW Shiny Blue Can! NEW Smoother, Finer Texture! NEW Instant Chlorine Bleach! CLEANSE' \Z+**", New AJAX bleaches sinks so shiny-white you need no extra bleach! The Instant Chlorine Bleach is Built-in! So effective you need use only Ajax to have gleaming, shiny-white sinks and tubs. And new AJAX rinses away quickly, completely, leaves no gritty film behind! You'll like the fresh, clean smell of new AJAX the instant Chlorine Bleach in new white AJAX actually disinfects as it cleans. FAB WITH DURATEX Washes Clothes Clean Clear Through! Whiter, Brighter, Too! That's a FAB wash! I it : New FAB alone contains miracle Duratex to get fabrics clean clear through — whiter, brighter, too! Not just surface-clean, but really clean —with that wonderful fresh clean smell! That's s FAB wash! /*"---, LIQUID VEL "INSTANT' DISHWASHING OF YOUR MIAT AND DAIRY DISHES New pink VEL gives you "instant" dishwashing. You simply soak dishes — hardly need a dish cloth • rack them up to drip dry then slack them away sparkling clean. Kosher and Farye. Cuts grease in seconds. Mild ss a lotion to hands too. VEL Yes, Vel is Kosher and Parve for all your washing up ... gets dishes, glassware and silver sparkling clean and bright without wiping... So gentle for stockings, lingerie, woolens. And so kind to hands!



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Page 12-C +Jml*ti tkrkMan Adrian Thai Mink and Sable In Breath-Taking Original Designs One of the largest mink collections in this area is to be found at the Adrian Thai Fur Salon on Lincoln rd. Mr. Thai creates some of the most beautiful pieces available. New on the fur fashion scene is the asymetrical swirl. Adrian Thai has a homo-pastel mink cape stole with these swirls in stand up tiers down the back. The swirl detail is repeated on the collar. Arcturus mink, which has a tinge of lavender in it. has also received unusual treatment. Adrian Thai bid the highest ever at an auction to obtain the first Arcturus mink. This piece is a small capelette, which may be worn in the conventional manner, or at an angle over one shoulder, with the lavender beige velvet bow high on the other shoulder. The mink jacket, in the practical 25 in. length, takes on new importance when executed in Breath of Spring Cerulean. In this jacket the skins are vertical, with the braceletlength sleeves featuring the vertical swirl stripe. Adrian Thai has been daring with natural Russian Sable. Utilizing the versatile straight stole, he used the sable in diagonal stripes. Another of the breath-taking furs is a cape stole in Azurine violet with a portrait collar. In addition to his Lincoln rd. salon, where he has been a landmark for over twenty years. AdrianThai has been located in the Manhattan section of New York for over thirty years. He not only is wellInown for his" original* creations, but also for his ability to redesign fur pieces. a4cL f/ic Japered *J>A OC0 Shoe* designed in Paris by the internationally renowned designer. Roger Vivier. far the American Dior shoe collection arm breaking records. Vivier believes in the tapered look, which is featured in his Princess and Rocket lasts. The Rocket has a medium-high Louis heel and is worn all hours of the day and evening. It is designed in polished alligator, calf, satins and brocades. For evening wear. Dior prefers the shoe to match the color of the gown, giving the feeling of guiet elegance. The House of Dior has suggested you wear the following items to enhance the "Willow Look" this season: Christian Dior stockings present a new collection. "Reflections of Elegance." Subtle new colors link the costume to the time of day. as well as the occasion. In addition to sheers. Christian Dior stockings presents a collection of "New Dimensions" in lacy texture far casual city wear or for dressy cocktail evenings, and heavier texture for country sports and informal wear at home. Two of the most elegant new colors ai9 royal tea, an evanescent green tone, and teakwood in the warm brown family. Candelabra is a lovely soft gold color. • Jewelry: Strings of beads or gold chains worn in high chokers, in color combinations of somber greens, jets, rich shades of burgundy and browns of all hues. Br ace let s are important again. For evening, elaborate pendant necklaces, pine and earrings in delicate groups of stone settings. Perfumes: Since the introduction of Diorissimo, the Christian Dior perfumes have been available in three fragrances — "Miss Dior," for the young and gay; "Diorama," for t he worldlywise; "Diorissimo," perfume at its ultimate. a luxurious collection of fur-trimvned cashmere sweaters ur If you love fine furs combined with the finest cashmere ... see our impressive MHMK, SABLE and CHINCHILLA collars on custom-tailored cashmere sweaters. Cashmere sweaters with white mink shawl collar from *l: MIAMI BEACH, 716 LINCOLN MAO FT. LAUOfRDAlE, 801 f. US OUSI \7/,e ^Height of ^asltiort IMPERIAL? WALLPAPE WASHABLE What a joy! When your Imperial Wallpaper becomes soiled, you just take soap -*$ and water and wash away the smudge. Q Voila! Imperial Wallpaper looks fresh as new! Right now we are featuring "a Springtime array of new Imperial wallpapers. We will be happy to help you make a selection. %  Wallpapers pi^ By tt IMPERIAL WALLPAPERS 3800 N. Miami Ave. Miami 37, FU Phone PI 8-8791 Wallpaper Distributors



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Jecember 18, 1959 -JenlstincrMiarj Page 3C MRS. DANIEL HERMAN sketched in a Sandra Pott gown she will wear at the Variety Children's Hospital Ball here Ian. 10. iety Children's Hospital Ball Jan. 10 tched here is Mrs. Daniel H. m, chairman of the dinner to be held far the benefit of iety Children's Hospital on at the Eden Roc hotel. details will be served in the il room, with dinner and the low following in the Pompeii The most exciting time of the ag will be the presentation of a prize — a round trip to Paris The trip will be via Air France, and was arranged through the cooperation of Jacques Turner, French Consul here. The hotel accommodations included in the prize were in cooperation with Milton Coleman, of International Tours. The evening will be entitled "An American in Paris." In charge of tickets are Mrs. Herman and Mrs. Gilbert Chaplin. mmmmm JL~


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iber 18. 1959 *Jewi$t, rkrirfftr) Praise American Legion Ouster 5N — Bernard American Legion in dissolvino th „„_• frsey City, N. J., na-1 relations between the S,„d|.nd i T h ,he ldest acti e war nder of the Jewish, the Legion as "Americanism in \l S gr Up ,n America Pintof the U.S.A., this action." tteuUrlv" that *Z '"* W r,d Par — I ticularly our all.es in Asia and the action of the I Commander Abrams, whose or-'Africa, must be heartened to find Page 7-J that the largest organized group Utt .. c of those Americans who fought the non More Post Meeting tyrants of hate and bigotry have publicly rejected the philosophy of discrimination which spawned the Hitlers and the Mussolinis of the 20th century. • -. — "%  ""' "i mm ions long-time funA very happy Hanukkah to all Jewish people from MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE The American Legion last week disafJiLialed "40.-and ," thjuLe* from, its ranks because It jjeaic e "fun-maker" eroun. membershin tn Npurnoc North Shore Post 677, .lewis War Veterans was to meet Thur: day, 8:30 p.m., at the Deauvill hotel. ions long-time "fun-maker" group,' membership to Negroes. -A IMore than 2,100 centuries ago, [c mere handful of Jews, fighting [for religious freedom, fought for years end finally defeated the [mighty Syrian army. Before then and ever since, there have elways been men and women to whom freedom of worship is) more precious than life itself. To such people, civilization owes its continuity and survival. FOR HOLIDAY AND EVERY DAY CHEER • •a The "ItkMM Colte" for instant enjoyment every Uy. In 2 or, 6oz. ana 20 oi. Jars. The greatest Jewish favorite tor brewed cotfee enjoyment — in 1 lb, and 2 lb.economy sue cant. Serve cheering Maxwell House Coffee...Ground or Instant. These superior coffees bring joy and tefreshment into far more Jewish homes than any other brand, because no other coffee pleases the Yiddishen ta'am like that famous good-to-the-last-. drop flavor-" "Ta'am Vos Is A** la E er Veltr MAXWELL ^ HOUSE COFME %  PRODUCTS Of QENEKAL FOODS



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cember 18, 1959 IGAL NOTICE -Jewisl) Fir rid for JTICE UNDER NOUS NAME LAW HKKKI'.V lilVKN that Bed. dr.-IHnic to engage III natnea of ENTERPRISES, I.IV. I""., LUCKY A.MISI:. i i.r "KT "r'it;^ii|.:-,Hi I)., at 416 B.W. Slh Ani aid namei %  rk of ii"circuit Court of llorldu. %  s SKOLNICK 12/11-18-25, 1/1 JTICE UNDER riOUS NAME LAW HEREBY GIVEN that (I. desiring to engage In itiir flotlUoui name of U AND UP 8TOR1 lw. :iiii Avi nue, Miami, nils to register said name of the Circuit Court o' rlda. JUHTSHIN, Bole Owner IHITNER Kola owner llullding oriila 12/11-18-25, 1/1 lOTICE UNDER ITIOUS NAME LAW HEREBY OIVEN that •il. desiring to i ngnfrc in tit. the fictitious name of \\ X BAR at 7:i":. Illnl ill. Fla.. Intends to regiin,. with the Cli'i-k at tlio It if Made County. Florida. JACK A. B1LJAC Sole Owner [& GAUS for A|i|>llcant 1st St. 12/11-18-25,1/1 %  OTICC UNDER ITIOUS NAME LAW |1S HEREBY GIVEN that p il, il. desiring.to inn pt'i r the fll'tltloviH naln,o[ PRECISION ENORAVde County. I'IH.. Intends %  antd name with the Clerk jit Court of Made County, IEN, INC.. a Fla. Corp. Sole Owner IFRONBON Dr Applicant Truat Bldg. 12/11-lS-^-. 1 1 ICE TO CREDITORS JOUNTV JUDGES' COURT FOR DADE COUNTY, IDA IN PROBATE, No. 47765-A B i ATE '! %  |i i:i:ni; I,ORETTA I.M, D mi \n Parsons iiavor Demands Afcalnst Bald i -.il h of you, are hereby id required to present any demands which you. or in, may have against the IL'ERITB LORETTA ised late of I lads In the Honorable < 'ounty, and in thi ir nfflcea la the ['Mho use In Maile County, 'thin eight calendar months late of the first publication fald claims or demands to %  Idles* of the clalmhe sworn to and presented Id, or same will be barred, icemher I. A.M. I i. RUSK IN, Admlntatrator ;li. Estate ol MAROLERITE ARNOLD, Deceased. RUSKIN [for Administrator, C.T.A. 12/11-18-25. 1/1 :iRCUIT COURT OF THE TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF >A. IN AND FOR DADE HTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 59C1H73 WILLIAMS, Iff, (E CA8TBLL PEAR a/k/a RTELL Kl'SSELI, It: RUSSELL, husband of pastel! Mear a/k/a Beatrice And If any ,| tlo i I Mefendanta be dead, the grantees, creditors, claiming Intereal by, mi lei or aguin>t the above the unknown ny of the above named DeBovi n or unlacing or dsnnlng to have title or Interest In and to 'in described property sitins, .ii M Ida ''" in':i-wlt: .f I'.rwiu: PARK, i li n, ; %  to the i' il ii c i .led In Plat Rook SO, i !m piii.Hc Records of Jniv. Florida, lilants. :E BY PUBLICATION ITKICE iMsTKI.I. DEAR BEATRICE CASTELL RUSaml JESSE ItrSSEU of Beatrice Castell Dear Beatrice Castell Russell. |lf any of the above named Snta be dead, the heirs, en, grantees, creditors, and Jrtles claiming Interest by, Kb, under or against the named Defendants: the unBpouse of any of the above Defendant! and all parnwn or unknown, having or R to have any right, title greet In and to the following bed property situate, l>lng king In Made Countv, Florida, £ Lot 8. Block 2. of BUNI'AUK, a subdivision, accordt> the Plat thereof recorded t Booh r.n, Pace 20 of the Records of Dado County, iND EACH OP TOU. are Dtifled' that a complaint for Ion of forged deed haa been •a, and you are reI serve a copy of your answer lings to the complaint for on ,,f for-ed deed on olaln' \ N I, I.EVEN Blscayna Mull,ling, Miami I file the original onpleiullng In the office of the the above styled Court on 'he nth day of January, ''you f a |i lo ,]„ BO judgl be taken against you for demanded In the complaint ai Miami, Florida? this Srd \ D., 1959. LEATHER MAN. ourt. ntv. Florida By: K M. l.YMAN. Deputy Clerk. 12/11-18-25. 1/1 PMSM Page 15-A BY HENRY LEONARD .%  > % %  % %  :'' % %  "Rabbi, since I prefer English, please use no Hebrew in the ceremony; since I'm not religious, no theology; and since I'm In a hurry. .. please omit the Sermon." LEGAL NOTICt NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to ens, ess iiinlitr the fictitious name of EMERALJJ APARTMENTS at 6741) Miami Bi mli Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Made County, Flo: Ida. BESSIE B. KAPLAN. Owner ll \I:I:Y /.' KKRNICK Attoi ney for Own* r ..iic..in ]:,i.. Miami B> ach 11-18-15 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 59C11366 i:siTI.I.E NAMER, Plaintiff. VICTOR NAMER. Defi lant, SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: DR. VICTOR NAMER item \ ii ii ispltal 27th Btreet and 1st Avenue New York l(, N V You VICTOR NAMER are hereby notified that a Hill of Complaint for Divorce haa been fni t you, and you are required to serve of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorneys. OOLDHXN A >:> >i %  %  >STEIN, 2303 W. Flagler Btreet, Miami. Fla.. and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or bei.I. the Oth day of January, 1W<>if you fall to do so. Judgment by default will be taken attains) you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each w.ek for four cm weeks in THE JEWISH FIXIRIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 30th day of November, %  .II!' I.KVTIIKKMAV. i".' Circuit Court, ,v G !" (seal) By: JOAN SNEEDEN. iu ty Clerk. 11 1-11-18-25 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 48085C IN RHJ: Fst.it, of l.ll.I.IAN KLEWIS, NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor! and All ivr-ns iia\ing Claims or Demands Against bald are hereby notified and reotilreil to present any claims and deSSnds ShTch you may have j the eaute of ULUAN '^-.'-'-...V, ted late of Mad. County, i Ida to the County Judges of Male County and fibthe same in their offices In tho County Courthouse in Vis C.untv Florida, within eight da? mo'n h. from the date of ,he first publication hereof, or the aims will be barred. M ,, Q "^•the'-'esti't'e of'Lillian K. Lewis. deceased. .._.,,., HERBERT E. KAIFMAN Attorney for EwcutOT 1629 duPont Building Miami S2. Florida Position Explained Continued from Page 1-A Committee, might presage some renewed pressure to give Arab refugees the option of returning to their homes if they so desired. As part of an overall Israel-Arab settlement some refugees "might be allowed in under a plan for reunion of families but this is all," she said. She added that Israel was ready "to pay compensation." Stressing that those who were children among the refugees 11 years ago had in the intervening years been indoctrinated in their schools through specially-prepared textbooks to hate Israel and to aim at its destruction, she said that if Israel accepted these now grown people. Israel "would be committing suicide." 11/27. 12/4-U-18 '^^TND^F^R^ni^COUNrY" N FLORIDA IN PROBATE NO. 48110-B IV RE: Estate of V I;KI.I.I: O'BRIEN NOTICE TO CREDITORS ceased late of J*"* "' f i>ade Coun„, the County Judge* ,'„;,',. 0 f i C js I-'' K Si" Ci.iiniy, Florida, lh (lf „„. flr st SSiC ; "• L w 1 tnnicn Building Miami 12, Florida u/4-11-18-25 Capitalcorp. 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 YOUR MONEYS WORTH LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER „, FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the underslKiied, desii ia* to bualneaa under the flotltlou* names "'A-A-s PRINTER8; TRIPLE A ffeMSA'SBWWn i.u cierk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida ALBERT APPELBAUM 1-18-25 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 59C11587 VIKCII. \v. V7ELDON, Plaintiff, \ a, ZI-.'I.MA I.. WELPON, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO XKi.MA L. WELDON, ISM Marshall Btri Ablle'l. I', You ZKI.MA I.. WELDON, laH Marshall Si net, Abilene, Texas, are ii'iei'i notified that a BUI ol i painttor Divorce 1ms been filed against you. and you are required to serve n eopy of your AnaWi Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, KM'.l.A \ I >Kit \TE.VPRICII. :;ii l.ii. Miami Beach, Florida and file the oriitlnnl Answer or I'leadlnR In the Office Of tie Clerk of the I Court on or before the 11th d.i-. of January, i960, if you fall to do so, Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief den in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH II ORIB-1AN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 7th day uf Deci A.D. I i: B LEA THERM AN, Clerk, Circuit Court, \, Florida (seal) By: K M. I.YM w Deputy Clerk BNGLANDER KTENDRICH 311 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida JE 1-1441 Attorneys for Plaintiff 12/11-18-2S, 1/1 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! "'^Jetnsfim'/rtdffo'/n' solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial FR 3-4<>65 for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 44807-B ix RE: Estate of l"Si:i'A TAl'.S.SH! NOTICE'OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUT.ON AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Ii lerii given that l have my Final Report and Petition for Distribution and Final Din %  cutrlx of the • TAUSS1Q, deceased: and that on the ith day of January, i960, iii apply to the Honorable County Judffi Dade County. Fioiida. f ir approval of snid l-'inal Report and for and final d n BSxecutris ol the estate of tieabove-named decedent 'rids nib day of December, 1959. GERTRUDE REIS8, Bxeci trix of the Estate of Josefa Tau 1 nceased. Kl'liT WEI.I.ISCH Attorney for Executrix 1414 Consresa Building Miami, Florida IZ/U.-18-M, i i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY QrVBN that the undei'signed, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of I'.AK.VKI.I. ACTS. nr I21-S83 84th Street, Miami I'.each. Bla., intends to i said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SAMUEL N". SA.MKT. Sole Owner MYERS, IIKIMAN A KAPLAN Attorneys for Applicant 1150 B.W. 1st Wlleet 12/11-18-J6, 1/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HI:KI:I:V t;IVEN that the undersigned, desiring t I is under the fietit i >':s n.i I PRIDE INTERIORS CUSTOM DKr iR I • J:. i IB XT' 'I'.'S \'. i IRK RO I.M :u 1888 N.w. Mth Street, Miami, Florida. Intends to ii.l none. with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of ml II rldn. ROME a. LEVIN, Sol,, (iwner GOLDMAN A GOLDSTEIN Attorney! for Registi-anl Miami, Florida 12 M1-1S-25. 1/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the underslKiied. desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of I'AHTS SlTl'I.IERS INTERNATIONAL at UM S \V. fil Avenue, Miami. Florida Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. DWAYNE V. COX & LUCIA E. COX Sole Owners 11/27, 12/4-11-18 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW. NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of ALAN APARTMENTS at 6905 Ba> Pilvc, Miami Beach, Florida intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. H MBN FENSTER REBECCA FENSTER KOVNER & MANNHE1MER Attorneys for Hlmen Fenster and Rebecca Fenster ^ 12/4 u lg IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 59C11147 IN THE MATTER OF: MARIE I.. CLARK, Petltl NOTICE TO APPEAR TO: ALBERT M. CLARK, I: nknown. You are hereby notified .that the undersigned MARIE L. CLARK will on the Mth flay of December at tho hour of 9:uu A.M. or as soon thereafter as counsel can be naard, apply to one of the Judges of the above styled court for a license to manage, take charge of and control her proparty, and to become a free dealer in every respect. MARIE L. CLARK. Petitioner GEORGE N MacDONBLL Attorney for Petitioner 504 Blscayne liuiuiing -Miami St Florida 12/11-18 • NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 59C1I251 GEORiiE FURMAN, 1'lalntlff, MARY !• V-KM AN, 1 lefenilant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: MARY FURMAN 50 Division Avenue Brooklyn, New xork You MARY FURMAN are hereby notified that a IllII of Complaint for .• his been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of \our Ans'A,r or Pleading to the Rill of Complaint on tlie plaintiff's Attorney, RAYMAN & l-cili I Alnsley Bldg., Miami 3:'. l I file the original Answer or Pleading In the office of the Clerk of tin cult Court on or before the 84th day Ol I •• III!" r, Ll %  '.'. If >"U fail to ik> so, judgement by default will be taken against yon for the relief demanded In the mil of Complaint. This notice shall he published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH Fl.l lltl I >1AN I "i.\K \\"I' ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 24th day of November, A.D. 1'."' EB. LEATHERM.VN. Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (seal) By: K. M. l.YMAN deputy Clerk. K \> MAN & DUHIG 101 Alnsley Bldg: Miami 32, Florida Attorneys 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 siid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. CORRECTIVE FOOTWEAR, INC. Charles B. Harris, President MARVIN I. WIENER __ 1111 Aii Miami 32, Fla. Attorney for Corrective Footwear, inc. u/ „ iim u U NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the ii ml, signi d, 'ie%  Ins I l.uslnei is name "f rOUNG'S APARTME.N I'S a on AM.. Miami Beach h to register said name w 'li tie • Circuit Court of Hade County. Florida. „_ YOUNG RE MTV (a New York Corp.) Sole Owner I BI N Kl'STKIN Attorney for Applicant 420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 12/4-11-1S--.1 IN CIRCUIT COURT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 59C11639 KAY L. HENSRUD vs. DALE C. HENSRUD NOTICE: TO DALE C. HENSRLD. Lake Trailer Court Davis Ijtke, North Dakota You are ordered to file your answer to above styled bill of complaint with Clerk of said court and furnish to Geo. W. Wood, atty. for plaintiff. 5500 S.W. 74th St.. Miami, Fla., copy of same, on or before Jan'y 11. 1960 or bill will be taken as confessed. Dated Dec. 9, 1959. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk (seal) By: K. M. LYMAN, D.C. 12/11-18-25.1/1 WASHINGTON FEDERAL Miami Beach ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! CORPORATiON OUTFITS Lowest Prices — Quickest Delivery in South Florida Call THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN at FR 3-46*5 %