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

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

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

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University of Florida
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Combining THi JEWISH UNITY and THt JEWISH WtUVf
lume. 34 Number 1
Miami, Florida, Friday, January 1, 1960
Two Sections Price 20 All ABOUT THOSI 'FINANCIAL BACKERS OF WAIL STREET'
Moscow Radio Links Millionaire Zionists' With Aggression
WASHINGTON_(JTA) In a
roadcast running the complete
nil Semitic gamut, reminiscent
f the canards in the "Proctocols
f the Eiders of Zion" and Nazi
ropaganda, the Soviet Union last
cekend voiced a sweeping at-
aek against Israel, linking Israel
ith Jewish "International bank-
is." "Wall Street," and "imper-
laliim." The broadcast, originat-
ing in Moscow, was in Arabic,
beamed to the Near East.
The broadcast charged that
Zionism was the instrument of
Anglo-American "capitalists" for
the penetration of the Near East.
A number of targets were singled
out for special attack, including
the Histadrut, the Israel Labor
Federation, and the Mapai Par-
ty of Israel.
According to Radio Moscow, Is-
rael is menacing Neir East peaco
with a policy of aggression bo-
cause it is controlled by "the new
Israoli capitalism which has boon
established during the lest 12
years." Israoli caoitalism was
described as the agency of "the
imperialists of the West" who es-
tablished ties with Zionism as
early as the ISth century.
Moscow alleged that "the inter-
national Zionist organization fell
under the influence of the mil-
lionaires of London and Paris as
soon as It was established. They
financed it offered political
aid. Zionists began to call upon
the Jews of the world to emigrate
to Palestine, promising them
mountains of fold there."
Financial backers of Zionism
"in Wall Street." said Moscow,
"saw that the Near East would
Continued on Page 11-A
:
urns Accuses
rah Papers
\)f Distortion
EL AVTV Burns, outgoing commander of
United Nations Emergency)
rce, termed a "distortion" an |
ab press report that he had call-
illegal" Israel plans to divert
!..n River water for Negev'lr-
ation.
en. Burns declared here that
at he did say at a Cairo press
iference was that Gen. Vagn
mike, his predecessor as chief
[he United Nations Truce Super-
ion Organization, had ruled that
Brk within a demilitarized zone
tint give Israel strategic advan-
es. The project calls for devel-
nent in demilitarized zone on
Syrian-Israel border.
on had been reprinted in the
reel press. Gen. Burns seid he
s net competent to comment
the water question since It
as within the jurisdiction el
en. Cert C. von Hern the pres-
t chief of UNTSO.
en. Burns made the denial at
meeting with Gen. Chaini Las
as UNEF commander and the
mentation to the Israel officer
M.ij. Gen. P. S. Gyani the new
S'EF commander.
en. Laskov presented Gen.
rns with a silver-covered Bible
behalf of the Israel Chief of
te. Gen. Burns also remarked
l the border situation was quiet.
*rayer Ban
lEvokes Fracas
PORT WASHINGTON, L. I.-
TA)A decision to drop recita
n of the Lord's Prayer from
hool assembly programs will be
iewed a* a result of a meeting
parents this week at which
ny participants strongly pro-
ted against the omission of the
igious prayer, it was announced
5 week by Eugene Worcester,
sident of the board of education.
Nearly 300 persons attended the
eting at which the issue was de-
.ted. The meeting was called
Iter wide spread divisions within
e community developed on the
atter.
Worcester said that beard mem-
iers had not ordered a ban spe-
iflcalry en the Lord's Prayer
ml on "all sectarian and denem-
national" prayers. Seeming Pert
Washington has 5,*0g children in
Is high school, two junior high
ind six elementary schools.
The practice of opening high
Continued on Pago 11-A
U.S. Sen. Stuart Symington
(D.-Miss.) conferred this week
with Israel Deputy Defense
Minister Shimon Peres in Tel
Aviv and Brig. Gen. Chaim
Laskov. Israel Chief of Staff.
Symington was Prime Min-
ister Bsn-Gurion's first visitor
following his recent illness.
OTA)
German Police Set Probe
Of Synagogue Vandalism
DESECMTION UINGS 10W MNN PRESTIGE AMOAD PACE 1 A
COLOGNE eve desecration of the Cologne Synagogue by two young neo-Nazis, members of the German Reichs Party.
The scope of the investigation and the vigor with which it was apparently being pressed indicated that
the German authorities were inclined to regard the development as something more than an isolated inci-
dent. The possibility of action against the German Reichs Party, an extreme rightist group, loomed strong-
ly as the North Rhine-Westphalian*-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------'
Krupp OK's
Compensation
NEW YORK ment by which the Friednch
Krupp Company will pay to former
Jewish concentration camp in-
mates who were forced laborers
during the Nazi regime in various
Krupp factories an Initial sum of
6,000,000 deutschemarks ($1,428,-
000), which may be increased to
10,000,000 deutschemarks ($2,380,
000) was reached between the Con
ference of Jewish Material Claims
Against Germany and the Krupp
Company, Jacob Blaustein, senior
vice president of the Claims Con-
ference, announced this week.
The final agreement was worked
out following discussions in New
York and Essen which were con-
ducted in a friendly atmosphere
and resulted in a mutually accept-
able solution to this difficult prob-
lem. Mr. Blaustein stated: "The
agremet.t is intended to serve the
best interests of Jewish claimants
and represents an important step
in the effort to alleviate some of
the distress of surviving victims of
Nazi persecution. It follows the
pattern established in the 1957
agreement between the Claims
Conference and the I. G. Farben
Company."
Approximately 5.M0 deutsche-
marks per person will bo paid to
eligible former Jewish concen-
tration camp inmates who toiled
in the Krupp factories. Should
the amount of ,SM,M0 deutsche-
marks prove inadequate to pro-
Continued en Page 2A
Minister of the Interior, Joseph
Dufhues, in a television broadcast
Sunday night, attacked the party
leaders as former "top Nazis" who
were probably to blame for the
anti-Semitic indoctrination of the
two young hoodlums.
tlonal chairman of the rightist
party, denied that his group was
responsible. He denounced the
two synagogue desec raters as
"peer criminal fools" who were
net incited by old Nazis but were
"the product of our time end Dr.
Adenauer's policies." Ho order-
ed their expulsion from the par-
ty and dissolved the Cologne
branch of about 30 members
because it was "basically anti-
Semitic." His action followed
the arrest of the head of the
Cologne unit and the detention of
ether members for questioning.
The German authorities, noting
the many messages of sympathy
Continued on Page *-A
New Nazi Party'Floods Capital
With Anti-Jewish Literature
WASHINGTON(JTA)A new organization, the "American Nazi
Party," flooded the nation's capital area with propaganda over the
I Christmas weekend threatening American Jews with "the gas chamber"
and calling for enlistment of American Nazis to fight the Jews.
George Lincoln Rockwell, of*------------------'
Arlington. Va.. openly identified Members of the Washington
himself a Nazi and leader of the Jewish community could net w>
j "pa rty." The Anti-Defamation derstand why the District of Col-
I League of B'nai B'rith voiced con-; umbia authorities had permitted
cern here at the Navy's attitude in
retaining Rockwell as a full-fledged
'officer in the Ui. Naval Reserve
| after knowledge of his Nazi activ-
i Hies. The Navy indicated that
| Rockwell, as a reservist, was per-
mitted "free speech" on "political"
I matters. But the issue was de-
scribed by the ADL as one of men
tal instability and reckless fanatic
ism.
CUCUIATU CAMPAIGN UUNCHID
Jews of California Resort
Hit by Wave of Terrorism
LOS ANGELES(JTA>The KTLA television station here has aired
an hour-long documentary program asserting that* nearby resort city,
Elsinore, was on the verge of violence against its Jewish citizens. Offi-
cials of the station said that to get the report, Pat Michaels and other
members of the station's news staff were sworn in as members ot
Elsinore's police force "for their*--------------------------------------------
the flooding of downtown streets
and residential neighborhoods
with thousands of Nazi leaflets.
The ADL asked the District Com-
missioners to intervene.
District ordinances technically
forbid distribution of leaflets that
may precipitate a breach of peace.
The Nazi leaflets also requested fi-
nancial contributions and such soli-
citation is unlawful without license.
But it appeared that the District
authorities would not act becau-e
of devotion to "free speech" con-
siderations.
Herman Edlcsherg, Washington
ADL director, described the Rock-
Continued on Pago 12 A
and centers in Elsinore. which is
72 miles southeast of Los Angeles.
The news staff interviewed offi-
own safety."
A KTLA special news release,
announcing the "City of Hate"
program, declared that the news cials and residents of Elsinore to
staff had "uncovered a situation determine their reactions to wid-
which parallels the nightmare of ening signs of antiSemitism.
Nazi Germany with frightening fi-
delity." It stressed that "the ter-
rorism is part of a calculated cam-
These included threatening letter*,
paint bombings, and stonings. The
program charged that a concealed
paign designed to drive out the i organization, calling itself the In-
large Jewish population which has' ternational Freedom Fighters, was
gathered in the resort city." The responsible,
documentary was shown twice.
The program showed that dam-
age had been done to synagogues
Originally, Elsinore's tourist
Continued en Page 9 A
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Denazification Law Kicks
Off Near-Riots in Bavaria
Mf\ICH-(JTA,-A bill to end .ho activities of .1. N;./ifi-:.l|
, JSEZZSZm law this week after r^JS^Si
ttliament. A tumult developed in debate wbefl Walter Heche,, had.
AH-Gcrman Bloc Refugee Party, critic,,,! *MBta *
mfortuna.e measure of postwar times." The one-t.mc Sudeten_Gcr-
tan author of Nazi and anti-
^mitic writings called out that the
-eatcst present danger was not
azism but Bolshevism.
Social Democratic deputies left
!he floor to call Becher "top
Nazi," and other deputies
threatened to knock him down.
Histadrut Meet
Hated Tuesday
When order was restored, tb*
Parliament passed the bill against
Social Democratic opposition.
The de-Xazifieation tribunals and
their rulings will be replaced by
an authorization to the Bavarian
Minister of the Interior to provide
a certification of "unobjcction-
ability." A clause providing that
former leading Nazis could again
be elected to municipal posts was
killed in committee last month.
The Social Democratic party de-
clared its opposition last week to
a general amnesty petition now
being circulated among member-
of the West German Parliamen'
Initiated by the German party, the
Playhouse 90 Rejects Warsaw
Ghetto Script as 'Depressing'
Israel Histadrut Committee of
reater Miami will meet Tuesday
vening at the Seville hotel.
Histadrut's program in Israel
-ill be discussed, with emphasis ........... -.. .... -..... ,----
n the Kupat Holim campaign. | measure would provide a general
"alendar of local events, includ- pardon for all crimes committed
lg luncheons, film showings and in connection with World War II
^e group's third annual Seder, and the Nazi regime. A Social
ill also be presented. Democratic spokesman said that
Program will feature a musical "no one can acquit German de-
iresentation by Miss Rose Rosa- mocracy of its duty to clean up its
.iond. I own house."
Cantor Meyer Gisser, of Tem-
ple Zamora, was featured at
the Chanuka parly ol the De-
troit Social Club last week at
the Algiers hotel. Speaker
was Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz,
Temple Zamora spiritual
leader.
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tin entertainment business week-
ly reported this week that a K
SeVling scr.pt about the Warsaw
was dropped by lbs-iv,
,,.r objections from represent*
tlvei ol i.....I 'h lnree "Pon-"or*
0( -playhouse 90." the program
for which it had been scheduled.
The> considered the play 'depres-
sing."
The script. "In the Presence of
Mine Enemies," a- purchased by
tits, approved by the CBS editing
department, and fU to have been
taped m Hollywood next month.
Joseph Sehililkraut had been
scheduled to play the lead.
Then, Variety repe-rtad, Lei*
rn and Ntwtll, tha advertising
agency for pon*or American
Gas Association, objacted, coo-
tending that last summar Play-
house 90 sponsors had propoaod
that "CBS get away from da-
pressing themes" on the sro-
gram, which has boon suffering
from daclining ratings.
The weekly reported that "evi-
dently."' the network neded a re-
minder "because the Berltaf script
*rai bronfhl after the advio
given to CBS by the sponsors." The
weekly said that one of the other
two sponsors were involved in the
objections but that it was not
known whether n was R, .1 Rryn-
oids Tobacco or All State insur-
ance.
A CBS spokesman said that the
Scrling script coul; be sjnd at
some other time. Variety reported,
but "where he did not sty." The
The agreement is the outcome U(.,.kK >flld Sl.rlmk, ., lr>.,ng t0
of negotiations conducted over I s,.n jt elsewhere. Unnen and
number of years for the purpose N(U(.U sald tha, Aim-rii-an Gas.
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mer Jewish laborers ,n the Krupp W1(h censor the wonl> ..
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gatl0n nothing to do with the Serling
The Claims Conference has set script.
up a trust, the Compensation Treu-_______________________________
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Frankfurt-am-Main, to carry out i
the terms of the agreement with
the I.G. Farben and Krupp com-
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'Corsage for You' Request Period
Extended to 4 Weeks Before Ceremony
persons participated in Sunday's
"iiva University dinner at the Fon-
hotel, marking the institution's 73rd
year. Left to right are lack A. Can-
lirman; Dr. Samuel Belkin, Yeshiva
president; Leo Robinson, president
of the South Florida chapter; Charles Frucht-
man, guest of honor, who received this year's
Charter Day award; Sen. Paul Douglas (D.-
m.), principal speaker; and R. Williams Apte.
dinaer co-chairman. (See "During the Week,"
Page 4-A.)
So many mothers have been1
taking advantage of The Jewish
Florklian's offer of a free corsage
,pn the occasion of (be B|s aqd,Par
Slitzvah of their son or daughter
that the request period was ad-
vanced Wednesday in order to fa-
cilitate making the arrangements.
"Corsage for You" is the name
of The Jewish Floridian feature
which makes available without
charge a corsage by arrangement
with the Blackstone Flower Shops.
But notice of request is new
i four weeks, instead of the two
weeks required previously.
These are the simple rules to
foUow in order to receive your free
! corsage:
Address a postcard to "Corsage
for You," c/o The Jewish Flor
idian, P.O. Box 2973, Miami 1.
Fta.,t toot*. 28' date of the Bas or Bar Mitzvah
ceremony. List the following de-
tails:
Your name, address, and
telephone number.
Name of the confirmand.
Date of the Bas or Bar
Mitzvah.
Place where the ceremony will
be observed.
The corsage will come to you
free of charge in time to wear for
the occasion.
me Incident Hits Bonn Prestige
(JTA>British news-
ed here that the de-
ft synagogue in Co-
istmas eve had harm-
ling of the West Ger-
tnent abroad and was
prestige.
Daily Telegraph said
isecration could not
etter timed to harm
>'s standing abroad.
little serious anti-
the Jewish commu-
points out"
Daily Express said
ht's arrests showed I
Konrad Adenauer
worried not only by
of a serious nco-
t in Germany but
ck which the anti-
in Cologne wiU have
of the world."
ITISM
The Manchester Guardian
pointed out that the Cologne in-
cident was the secern! jolt admin*
istered recently to Oerman-Jew
ish relations. The first, it'noted,
was a statement by the West
German Foreign Office spokes-
man that the Federal Republic
would not risk a deterioration of
relations with the Arab world by
exchanging ambassadors with
Israel.
"In the past," the paper com-
mented, "it has been the State of
Israel which has shown reluctance
to open direct relations with Bonn
because of the possible effects on
Israeli public opinion."
The spokesman's statement, ac-
cording to the West German News
Agency, was in reply to an appeal
by Karl Marx, editor of the Jewish
weekly, Allgemeine Wochenzei-
tung, of Dusseldorf, who had plead-
ed for an early establishment of
diplomatic ties between West Ger-
many and Israel
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Yiddish Writer
Is Miami Visitor
Isaac Bloom, noted Yiddish wri-
ter, is now in Miami to mark his
4lst anniversary as a creative art-
ist. He is staying at 662 Washington
ave., Miami Beach.
Bloom's anniversary follows the
recent publication of his "Anthol-
ogy of Stories and Poems."
In all, he is tha author of six
published works, I n c I u di n 0
"From Shore to Shore," "In Sol-
itude," "Passage of Years," "Kin-
rest of Life," "A Polish Village,"
In addition to the anthology.
Bloom has a number of other
volume* of collected work* pre-
pared for publication.
Many of the noted Yiddish wri-
ter's books have been translated
into Hebrew and English.
Recently returned from Israel,
he was late last year feted by the
Jewish Folks Library of Montreal
and the Montreal Jewish commu-
nity. The Boston Jewish commu-
nity also honored Bloom at a func-
tion recently.
Beth Jacob Chanuka Program
Joint children's and adult Cha-
nuka program was held Tuesday
evening at Beth Jacob Congrega-
tion under the direction of Cantor
Maurice Mamches and Miss Joyce
Stern. Rabbi Tibor Stern, spiritual
leader, delivered a Chanuka mes-
sage.
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FRED K. SHOCKET..........Editor and Publisher
LEO M1NDLIN ........................ Executive Editor
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202 Ben Yehuda Tel Aviv, Israel
RAY U. BINDER .....-.......... Correspondent
New German Atmosphere
News from West Germany these days is
increasingly disguieting. The defacing of the
months-old Cologne Synagogue early this
week severely challenges the reiterated asser-
tions by Germany's leadership that anti-Smit-
ism is on the wane.
Chancellor Konrad Adenauer's apology to
the Jewish community is one that could be ex-
pected. His devotion to the principles of de-
mocracy is unguestioned.
But the government's increasing tendency
to overlook the existence of former high Nazis
in positions of prominence, as well as the
courts' growing boredom with cases related to
war criminals and manifestations of anti-Semit-
ism, are all signs of a "new" German atmos-
phere.
It is not too difficult to understand how the
murderers of six million Jews could deface the
recreated Cologne Synagogue when the Pre-
mier of Schleswig-Holstein last week described
de-Nazification as "unbearable."
Nor are the German people to be expected
to take seriously the enormity of their offense
to all humankind when our own government,
in the face of one-time "iron-clad" Allied re-
strictions against the infamous cartels, turns a
cynical eye away from the monstrous Krupp
empires rising anew.
Many Germans are indeed contrite. Some
bear the personal tragedy of being unable to
shake the guilt of their countrymen's wrong-
doing. But the Cologne Synagogue affair is an
example of the more prevalent feeling, before
which it can do no good to tell the Premier of
Schleswig-Holstein that if he finds de-Nazifica-
tion unbearable, how must the Six Million have
felt.
Interpreting Major Events
The 1959 calendar year is ended. Durinq
the past 12-month period, The Jewish Floridian
added an increasingly frequent "extra" to its
weekly editions.
In the form of attractively-produced supple,
ments, we have sought to interpret major events
by word and picture so that our readers would
be kept informed of Jewish community affairs
here and throughout the nation.
In the early part of the calendar year The
United1 52? ^ i,S 'eaders -^S
n?0 JTS.h, Appeal and Israel Boi> supple-
ments. As the spring brought an end to the
winter season, our Editorial Department, in an
me nntUP Tnt' PrSented deP,h udy 1
^uT Women0nVen,i0n ^ f ^* ^
th* Aciol
the J.wish Weekly. J*'mby'n\n'ti' wontf*'"" Ne*'
Agency. S.veji**." VwMmBES *" '
Service. National Editorial "" F d pre Ann.
Engliih-Jewiih NtwpiP"- ""d f' ____,
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||OW THAT NeW yTj
* NeUon Rock.^"^
dined, some new,
WwRichsrdN.xoB^.
President of the lmt-rf
Reflecting the pim*
leeel Republican Uk
they virtually county, 0?!
national conventm *'
mer This city's morning daily reports that only the pre-.rr
nrrcial television time assures the convention aa scheduled
:,. it published another report last weekend, in which >.
during the week
an I hvo it
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Friday. January I, I960
1 Teveth 5720
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CJA's Campaign Leadership
Subsequent to the many planning sessions
concerning the profound problem the Greater
Miami Jewish community must face realistic-
ally as it goes into the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal campaign, and the budgetary presenta-
tions by the agencies involved placing mini-
mum needs at a figure in excess of S3 million,
the acceptance last week of the 1960 CJA gen-
eral chairmanship by Sam Blank and Harold
Thurman augurs well for at least a sound foun-
dation upon which to proceed.
Both of these men are not newcomers to
Federation, the general and Jewish communi-
ties, or to campaigning. They have held a
great variety of top leadership positions here-
tofore, and their acceptance of this qiqanti-
task is by all means commendable
They will be joined by a corps of co-chair-
men, all of whom are in the ranks of Federa-
ls active leadership. This combinahem 0f
experience and know-how is one that should
prove equal to the las* of dynamiting Greater
Miarru Jewry out of its entrenched position on
iund-raising for agency needs
hoJ* S*Tld ^ls be cble ,0 Penetrate the
hearts and minds of workers and giVeis. al.ke
so tha once and for all Miami can measure up
th* nmnh f are CWUlia: Numerically
the number of g,ver3 to the Combined Wh
Appeal must be increased; while^intnSlv'
the measure of giving must be extended "
accep!?dP,r h ,renhqeere- ^J^^ ^
=a^efi:^-F-"
mercial television time assures the convention as scheduled <
. it published another report last weekend, in which wi-
ne somewhat startling conclusion that Just about nothiJ
, Khrushchev, himself, can prevent the inevitable *
Mr. Nixon
This stems from the rather tenuous supposition that tat
President's trip to Moscow was in Urge pert responsible for
the Sowel Premier to come to the United States,
urn prompted the subsequent Eisenhower acquiescence to 1 ,
meeting. Should an unreasonable Khrushchev posture upset tati
Niaon '.- popularity would automatically decline.
1 have no desire to debate this absurd punditry except to u
nut its far more subtle implicationthat no one but a <'ummunut|
th* rising Nixon tide. It is to be hoped that the t
1' lection will not sink to such a low level, but it wo
''he : anticipate guarantees against it, if we are to judge byl
candidate's past performance- l
All of which i> by way of saying that VS. Sen Paul r*J
t) 111 pn -cnted a refreshing antidote to fabricated journalist!
polltl upportunism at .1 meeting in behalf of Yeshiva Umv
lasi Sunday Appearing at the Fontainebleau hotel. Sen. D
of institutions like Yeshiva as an answer to in
rmity which, he declared, tries lo destroy honest sociolopt]
among people in the name of promoting a false fac*
unity.
,M M0f $r*tP4TWTIC VlfW
DROFESSIN5 HIS PROFOUNDEST belief in cultural pi^
wr.in -1 individual traits. Sen Douglas suggested that variety adds t*l
while conformity reduces the chano of
ore truththi that only a culturally plu!
can offer
It has been a principal aim of Nazi and Communist ideoli
noted liberal li viator indicated, to achieve precisely this
'ion.
A tar more ->m| of human affairs seem to
such n than in the kind that would railroad a political 1
date into offm well U-fore election day and that'would impute(
muni pponeat.
,;,:' 5l .ted support of lMtituT:->ns ^
or learning like Yeshiva lor the -;ikc of a conJrKuti
*' he declared, "weV\e not
inttllectu I. --is the inclination \ !mir|
tenonm industry That, p ..hu|
Knnco Fermi and Han,I,I l r<> w..uld I unknewn bat for
search in the development of the atomic bomb.
Him-elf bighlj sensitiTe to th.- worth of meafoHetter- Seal
did not condemn actioa "11 we know where we ere going" m
ing. however, hi- cru.cism for tho-c farms of actual
without direction.
MN Of mm* A$ miV Of ACTIOH
gDUCAT.ON AND ETHICS are in this regard a fundament
sity. as the Senator sees it. fr MK-ial morality b the 10
steering wheel 0| unbridled knowledge In different wor.i- the u.
.. ;l'.';."r r,;"--:'"l :'.- s.,, Character and cuImre irH
luc.ted society, for one uithatl
is often and and sometimes dangerous.
offered an eocyclopedic^
huntn Zl ""'" '" ,h" "m and ^"^ Who coitnsJ
'J that an isolation of the*e S
'* u intellectually sUrved or even
I** willi he broad .e.uirement oVco^emrx^
T h- it is now our duty as a nation to begin to n
.';:i -no, action. In h. he obs.n I .Hal
1 "' "'': n \" ,'' VaUlable c"n,r"""'on. for Jew. tradaa]
Yfshh.. he said, ,n addition to offering variety '
',.;:;:-'. ; > *>> ^, hom.ge*0 re.t
Mirhelean by stressin
equal respect to the great
V.,cans_here the Senator s.ng
n-w.th s-railar emph.us in thee
led
the Labors 1 S,m May f a biennial of
IrMj^0,?1 rder on MiQmi Beach was
S 5 Th,6 Jewish Florid'a"-- while ^S
linal months of the 1959 calendar v
SS^r^ Moscow Radio and Peace
ttffl n nda re<3I0nal convention of V fll* "--
the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith? and
^^ .ation and ethic, thus merge int.
.Sl.M ,Hed'the proper goal a a
k-niif the encyclopedic recounting of
"Wure the Senator', point-.
' '->>! his own broad academic ba
back
^ ^u********
*hm the reven
""' meaningful and exemplary.
ieSS?to as s1 r*,hey have be-
to sJrve the co^uifty!^ ^^ **
to inform, the special sup^ent fiTeSS
your way during 1959 have been dedicated^
the proposition that an informed nvJ?- V
odcU fame strength of an inio^ljl^811113
U the Soviet Union cnuc i. u
the present Iran-Irag dispute and 5 Ss H t
deny responsibility for the rW leader8
of the international a om,c rn [ n9 S,Q,US
certainly can not rlr,^ ntro1 ,allcs' 'hey
UammaLy XI l0 mui|''y from the in7
their radio" staSons seem **!* 'ha,
broadcasting. be increasingly
heseAtt XrsC8SearaC,9r '
from the kind of thing TwhTch T^Y iS br
internal affairs and do no, h^"'6' Unin'3
legally true. But how can he vl 'S maV be
w. Bam, nm 0f -,?
* denf^'Ye^vT'.0' Kr''e,ing Sund,y- Dr- Smuel Belkin. J
^twitted the many ex-generabj
"', lie.ame college profaeaors at the o.nduH
I
World Vai n ",r," pmraaeur. at the o.nciow
he declared, "I would prefer aj
lll.r; Dosatbaa accolade he could offe|
r mo, hi, ,'Ver,a'nly 'rs-ed. But it w-> abe
> "human soc-iety. Pre^choing S-n I>
rombining vbiva president suggested Oe
p"h learning. -For learning." Dr Bel*
"' 'Is. Imt deeds do not neeaasarUy lead to
e are to achieve a worthwhile
ibis u acnirve a wortawniie -
' cry from government by umnlornwd
'"""mi,r <* he u ; e.,: ;:*pd ,o *** Z f.c-. -
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Britain Calls World Bj
Losn to Nasser 'Untinu
U)NI)ON- .!TA -The London Daily Telegraph. Wad
, dail>, condemned the World Bank loan to the 1
; (his week a- untimely" and as undermining the,
Sei 'uTal Dag HammirskjoM.
The paper noted editorially that.
the loan cami I ptians, The Times f Londi
had del >' ** deplored the Arab 1-2
' Sucz ( a"*1 raeli shipping at t_T
ith i '" but insisted that the ?J
of the Greek would have !.,, M the I
"not just on t0 cmplm a^mj,7|
a jab at hracl it >- a slP >" __
Mr. llarnmarskjolcL The editorial noted ^
Whil, i ..'Iminis- people will be annoyed]
tcred it with on. his other c.ent Nasser has <
hcW bowl out- Bank loan fr ,!evrt
it. nh stag- Suez Canal, e.thcr ..
World mist his policies ial
: its 20.000.- becauae they (eel this,
t hnstmas Rranti.I,n,l,r" !v wMfcL
it still closed totraffiftol
I>rael. The simple ids*
New Grecter Miami Jewish Federation building
on NE 13th st. and Biscayne blvd. Site was
purchased from Bsssemer Properties at a price
of SI75,000. Federation unanimously approv-
ed the sale at a board of governors meeting
last week, but will not move from its present
location, 424 Lincoln In., until the conclusion
of the 1960 Combined Jewish Appeal in April
or May. First two stories of the existing 5,000
sq. ft. building are air-conditioned, and will be
occupied by Federation until such time as new
facilities can be erected. The site has frontage
on Biscayne blvd., in a curve from 13th st. to
13th ter., and N. Bayshore dr.
"The bank," the editorial add- the bank's ci teria art,
ed, "may act on economic erl- and not politi
teria only. But if (he United Na-
tions is impotent to enforce its
decisions about the freedom of
the canal, it might begin by es-
tablishing the principle that a
nation at war with a feliow-mom-
ber, as Egypt asserts, is no fit
recipient for international aid."
Sisterhood Program,
Program \
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hood of Congregauoa
Park at S:30 p m.
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After a week's play at the D
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up like thisa young-'
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The youngster, Goyo by name,
ran up an amazing IS straight in
the monies. Included in that string
was nine wins, the mod
back court man.
Newlywed Laca, who married
"the girl back home" in Spam
: the finish of !
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D inia Jai-Alai Palace has had
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riedland (left), president of Food Fair Properties and
of the board of Food Fair Stores, signs agreement
lell Wolfson, president of Wometco Enterprises, as
[ left to right) Richard Wolfson, Roger Smith and Stan-
: on. Richard Wolfson is assistant to the Wometco
Couple Aid Medical Clinic
the gift of s Miami
i Israel Histadrut has
create a new medical
Emek.
rs. Nathan Nash re-
led the funds for the
|t of the clinic, part of
rast Kupat Ilolim pro-
el, which they will see
their names during
iming visit to the Jew-
Thejr are life trustees of the
Home for the Aged, where they re-
cently presented a completely
equipped room. Mr. and Mrs. Nash
are also members of Temple
Emanu-El. Mrs. Nash is a mem-
ber of the Temple Auxiliary and
a Godmother of Mt. Sinai Hos-
pital.
>r Zionistt and lang
Labor Zionist movt-
ind Mrs. Nash cams
lach 18 years ago.
Spinoza forum Opens Season
Series of 12 lectures on "The Art
I of Happy Living" will be launched
Saturday evening at the opening
I of the 26th year of the Spinoza
I Outdoor Forum, 11th st. and Ocean
also hold life mem-; ct. The scries will be given by Dr.
Brsndeis University, Abraham Wolfson, founder of th?
featkmy, and Miami Spinoza Forum. The opening lec-
ling School for Retard- ture will include a program of folk
l songs by Mrs. Sonia Weiss.
iw it's easy to get
the RACES
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Modern Theater
Planned at 163rd
Street Center
This area is assured of the most
modern theater to be built in many
years, to be located in an addition
t<> the narrt-Pr*t> Shopping; eerr-f
t< i. by a long-term lease signed
here by Samuel Friedland, presi-
dent of Food Fair Properties, Inc..
developers of the shopping center,
and chairman of the board and
founder of Food Fair Stores, Inc.,
and Mitchell Wolfson, president of
Wometco Enterprises, Inc., which
will operate the theatre.
The addition to the 163rd Street
Shopping Center, of which the
163rd Street Theater will be the
dominating clement, will add sev-
en acres to the 46 acre shopping
complex, already the largest shop-
ping in the country. Bids are now
being let out for construction. Con-
struction will start in January and
completion will be July 1, 1960.
A. Herb Mathes. AIA. of Miami
Beach, is the architect for the 80,-
000 square-feet addition.
The leasing deal between Food
Pair Properties, which operates
18 shopping centers along the
Eastern Seaboard, and Wometco
Enterprises, was handled for
Food Fair by Roger S. Smith, as-
sistant general manager, and
Stanley L. Stem, of the theater
chain's real ostato department.
Honry P. Briggs, of" Hollywood,
Fla., was the procuring broker
for the long-term lease.
According to a statement issued
by Friedland. the 163rd St. Shop
ping Center is now averaging from
135 million to $40 million gross an-
nual business. He anticipates that
after the addition, which will in-
clude 12 new tenants, has been
open a full year, the center's gross
should exceed $50 million annu-
ally.
Wolfson has revealed these de-
tails of the theatre, which will rep-
resent Wometco's 26th theater
unit in Florida:
Roominess and a restful decor
will greet the new theater's pa-
trons from its spacious patio en-
trance to a massive, all-purpose
screen, the largest permanent in-
stallation in Florida. Between these
two extremes of the building will
be luxury seats fixed at a full 42
inches, back-to-back, giving an
additional ten. inches of leg room
over the standard 32-inch arrange-
ment.
Ralph Biernbaum is executive
head of Food Fair Properties, Inc.,
with the titles of vice president
and general manager.
In addition to theaters in Great-
er Miami, West Palm Beach, and
Tampa, Wometco Enterprises,
owns and operates television sta-
tion WTVJ, ch. 4 in Miami, and
WLOS-TV, ch. 13 in Asheville, N.C.
ILV THRU JANUARY 18
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Young Judeans
Map Conclave
Members of Young Judea rang-
ing in age from 10 to 17 will at-
tend the annual pre-senior coo-
clave at Camp Owaissa Bauer, Na-
ranja, Fla., Jan. 1 to 3, it was an-
nounced by Mrs. Alfred Karg and
Paul Kwitney, co-chairmen of the
Greater Miami Council for Zionist
Youth.
Designed as a weekend of fun
and sports with educational events,
the local conclave is supervised by
trained adult teachers and parents.
Members of Young Judea and non-
affiliated young people are invited
to attend.
Application forms are available
at Young Judea. P.O. Box 50416,
Gratigny, Miami, Fla.
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He has keen ci:r w J
tua-, Ward af gov.r^T"
rlnory hoard* r lit ssanii J
Jewiah Baate for th. *aai
Health Society. Jr. ,.bT
Ouldrea'a Serrc, AmenJ
lab Comanatta*. an n,
cocamittee af the I t]
He participated : the
Diwuoa of the Co- :nej |
Appeal far aevera] m,,
year workaa ia 'fie Mm
AAtO* (IAViTZ
LONG DISTANCE
MOVING
fo ofI poin/s in /he country
ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY
GIVEN WITHOUT CHARGE
ACE R.B. VAX
LUTES, DfC
2136 N.W. 24th Avenue
Nl 5-6496 mm
hum iiuntil
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AAICN "ARTIE" KRAVITZ
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TOM KRAVITZ
.
Tom Kravrtz and members of
h i family operate the Alliance
Tha and Rubber Company .n
Hedra, Israel, in partnership
with the Dayton Rubber Com-
pany of the U. S. The firm em-
ploy* more than ... workers
men nd women who have flock-
<* to Itreel from lands of oppres-
sion, seeking haven, dignity, and
a chance for a new life. They
have helped to make Alliance me
nwsber one exporting company
in Israel.
Kravitz serves or the board, of
Temple Beth Sholoa a.-.-i mm a
urnian in iti building drive
He U a past | | h, .n
Manufacturing Coo d a
'Jtnt of Anchor Indus-
Ties of Cleveland.
IRVING (BINC) KOSSOFF
cam to the Miami art.a in m\
from Net! York, and ha, been in
he general contracting bu-
for nearly M year,
Pm.Hi;"!fT;'\h'"en MtlV '" the
_Building Trades Div.-,on of the
joum UFTOK
-. A;p-..:. aad a;
-
Beaei High S<
JOSEPH M LIPTON

D the CJA
. -.
lit I. tlUAS
ritwns for a number of years, and
. ag role m the.
Hi ii i lefe member of the
Greater Miami Jewish Commu-
n.ry Center, a founder and assist-
ant treasurer of the board of
trustees of MV Sinai Hospital.
and vice president and director
o* Temple Emanv-EI.
- i a deep
.rr.jr.il .
nem

.rd"
. -it county by Sho-
keaa \j
recta*
the Greater Mi
-
I 1..;
PoBaV
.. member
-.rine.
and 1
JULIAN WEINKLE. an off.
I the Young Executive's Dm-
Opera Guild
OF GREATER M! VJfl
LaGiofonda
ttiana
tasaai
Cara Bap. f* Mm ia
atata aaaaaNaa a i*''
aeaat aaaa- i n
aw** aan at .tan a* n
im awn aaH atic m
in n teat, n ran.
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*Jewish fhridtor)
Page 9-A
German Police Probe Desecration
1 1
* 1 1

r^'"*-
* 1

-... 1 1
(left) receives citation from Sidney Palmer, presi-
[Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, in recognition of Axlrod s
[and continuing contributions to the movement dedi-
employment of the physically handicapped. Axlrod
lent of the World Committee on Employment of the
Ipped, and has received personal citations for his
President Eisenhower and former President Harry
He has been a spearhead in B'nai B'rith's adoption
reject as a principal part of its program. Axlrod was
iy cited at a special Sholem Lodge function by im-
post president Robert Lewison.
Continued frem see 1-A
received by the Cologne Jewish
community from all parts of West
I Germany, interpreted the reaction
I as a sign that "there is no anti
l Semitism in Germany; there are.
only a few anti-Semites."
Meanwhile, West German offi-
cials promised everything possible
would be done to halt such acts of
anti-Semitism as the desecration
| on Christmas eve of the newly-re-
l built Cologne Synagogue.
As police questioned two mem-
bcrs of the neo-Nazi German Reich,
! party, arrested in the investigation
of the vandalism. Chancellor Kon-
rad Adenauer, President Heinrich
Luebke and other leading West
German officials sent official ex
pressions of regret over the inci
dent to the tiny Cologne Jewish
community.
The suspects were identified as
Paul Schoonen. 25, a commercial
employee, and Arnold Strunk, a
baker's helper, also 23.
The low wall in Vront of the
synagogue was found smeared
in rod paint with tho words:
"Cirmmi demand 'Out with tho
Jows'." On* of tho doorways
was covered with swastikas in
rod paint. Tho anti-Naii memor-
ial, about a mile from tho syna-
gogue, was also disfigured with
Chancellor Adenauer, who took
pert in the dedication of the syna-
gogue three months ago delivering
an address from the pulpit, said in :
his telegram that neighborly love
was dominant among the German
people and that "strong action"
would be taken against disturbers
of the peace. "All decent Ger-
mans," stated Dr. Adenauer, "join
me in condemning this atrocious
deed."
Ernest Schwering, Mayor of
Cologne, made a personal visit
Monday to Rabbi Avi Asaria to as-
sure him of Cologne's profound re-
gret and of tbe municipality's de-
ermination to make life livable
for the 1.200 Jews left in Cologne
from the pre Hitler Jewish popula-
tion of 20,000. Max Adenauer, city
manager, and son of Chancellor
Adenauer, said the vandalism I
I should not be considered as rep-
resenting the attitude of Cologne's
600,000 residents.
Resort Jews Hit by Wave of Terror
lied from Page 1-A
based en a Urge lake.
lake dried up, there
irge influx of elderly
tlderiy Jews who were
by the area's mineral
mineral waters were
contention that it had
>rlde content, but Elsi-
ts expressed the be-
lief in statements on the KTLA
program that this was a device
to drive Jewish businessmen out
of the area.
Mr. Michaels contended on the
program that a measure approved
at the last session of the California
Legislature to refill Lake Elsinore
was the direct cause of the cur-
rent campaign of intimidation. He
said that the goal was to scare
lONUT GROVE PLAYHOUSE and
SOCIETY OF THEATRE ARTS, Inc.
MOM.: 1:30
7:30
3500 MAIN HIGHWAY
MATS.: WTO. ft SAT
130 p.m.
GEORGE S. ENGLE and OWEN PHILLIPS
Preseaf
A WORLD PREMIERE
NOW THRU JAN. 10 .
DENNIS ISOBEL
KING ELSOM
"COME TO THE DANCE"
A Comedy by NELLISE CHILD
with Guest Star
IRENE CASTLE
Directed by Owen Phillip*
lYHOUSE RESTAURANT AND COCKTAIL LOUNGE
CMtONS DINNERS SUPPERS COCKTAILS
Jewish residents out and regain
property sold to them during the
area's depressed period.
The program showed placards,
openly displayed in Elsinore start
windows, declaring that all Jew
were Communists. Films wer<
shown of a shattered stained glas
window of a vandalized syna
gogue. Interviews were presentet
with Jewish residents, who testi
fied a campaign was on of syste
matic villification and threats ir
a concerted effort to force then
to leave the city.
ITEL and MOTEL OPERATORS!
fe buy and sell all kinds of furnishings,
Jtchen equipment, electric appliances, etc.
"If We Don't Have It, They Never Made W
ALL-STATE SALVAGE, INC.
"We Ivy Anything"
N.E. 2nd Ave. Miami FR 7-4106
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WHEEL BRAKE SERVICE I
OF MIAMI
BRAKES RELINED-Any U.S. Car $7.95
N.W, 36th Street NE 5-3315
Victor Quint, President
Rabbinical Program Sunday
"Suffering of.the Innocent" wil
be the topic of a discussion by Dr
Joseph Narot, Temple Israel spir
itual leader, and Dr. Paul Vonk
of the University .of Miami, on th
"Still Small Voice" Sunday, 1(
a.m., over WCKT ch. 7. The pre
gram is sponsored by tbe Rabbini
cal Assn. of Greater Miami,
A. B. BROWN
Wood Sectional-Steel Rolling
Bo-Way Overhead Type Doors
Repairs on All Makes
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Folding Gates
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Laundry Lists Our Specialty
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HAVE
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interested in security,
willing to meet the Jew-
ish public, many advan-
tages. Car Necessary.
Call Mr. Levine at
MO 1-7693
or in person at
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5505 N.W. 3rd St.
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*Jenltntr*M9f>
Ttidaj. January \
Gurion, Bevin
Seen 'Similar7
LON1 '
Londc
blar.,
David Ben-Gur-
ion of Israel and one
-: Bev
Secre-
tarv during the final period
Bn:. :;,-e in Pal-
t-::ne.
The ax:./
reriea in Uk Times' Literarj -
plement of Ben-Gorton's book.
The Bebirtn and Destiny of Is-
rael, ppeared
Britain
The Prime Minister, Ma Bev-
in, tK review declared, "i$ a
shrewd and tough politician,
who love* his friends, hates his
opponents and recognises reali-
ties without shrinking from try-
ing to change them."
The Premier'^ "brave-
the TteM -Cared, was his order
in 194$ tc sink the Irgun-chartered
ship, the Atalena. ;n which he
showed his uncompromi-ing de
termination to impose the rule of
Jaw in th* new *ta:e."
The ba?.c problem now. said the
Tiroes, is the relationship between
Israel and Zionism on the premise
that "Israel cannot allow ,tself to
be dictated tc by an outside body,
despite the debt of gratitude Is
rael owes to American and Eurc
pean Z nism, "which were the
first to make the idea of the re-
turn a practical p.
U
LIGAL MOTlC|
NOTICE UNOEaT
riCTiT.ou* Kami",..
te undrralfnwl. 4i,
i'kpk uwjpj ti ^*bt
miw, mlmmt.
.i i i,ji,
' "Ircutl Coit of |i.Z
Florida.
JOHN XjCX
n m rn:i
-y for J at j
\ m w
Seme 100 students participated in a Chanuxa menorah build-
ing contest at North Shore Jewish Center. Winners included
left to right Joseph Rubin, Linda Stem, Jerald Canned, Morton
Braverman, Susan Rubel, Charles Braverman, and Arnold
LEGAL NOTICE
Davis.
Teen-Agers to Voice Their Uncensored
Opinions on Parent and Family Life
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOLS NAME LAW
i r.jtaxt- In
\l TY
Owaen
Chesed Shel [mess Meeting
Butterl i Shel E
Will meet Monday. 1 p.m.. at Beth
El Congregate il be
Mrs. Sam Geltner, in honor of the
enga. I her son. Herbert,
to Miss Marcia Levine.
Kcliccy Greetings to All Our
Friends and Patrons
Fenton & Muskat
REALTORS
529 41st ST.. MIAMI BEACH
Phone JE 8-0631
A HAPPY CHANUKA
TO ALL MY FRIENDS
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FIRE CHIEF
Miami Beach
Florida
NOTICE LSOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
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TXER

Are parents over-protective" Do three-minute speeches. Martha Al
teen-agers have fear?- Where dod pert and Keith Kashuk will defeat)
discipline end and inde; -.nd the three impromptu speaker*
begin? Do teen-agers have respect will be Stive Katz. Kar>tein Struhl
for adults and authority? T
and other question* will be heard will from the
at the Tuesda;. > nee.
of the Miami Beac: Norman RlJ pTA ,
School in the school auditonum. r ,hc
Mr*. D. Donald Smith. : chairman of the pro
will conduct a short business meet- gram.
me it, k
L It i* the plan : ni Beach ,., ,.
Tied in with the theme of School PTA honor a de
program this month on Parent partment of the school each year
and Family Life.' the subject will at a regular PTA meeting 'b
be "Lets Get Acquainted With cause of tr.eir work in outside com- _______________
Parents Problem*." Student- in petition, the Speech Department.. in the county juoge court
the Speech Department of the under the direction of Mr* Rich- IN ANO F0R *de county
school will participate and voice ard Gfllen, has been invited to par FLOR'no 4? jncensored opinions wrth Dr. ticipate. '
William P. Albaush. psychologist c,r mD,K, f ... .-
and featured speaker, who will co- Fn'* f ,h<" I*""0"1
erdinate the discussion of teen-age f, ni(C !W Cmpe,ed 'n ***
values and standards. %ember at, 'kla- P'"
,, ln8 second in the debate
Members o the National Forcn- -takes in which 30 other -
sic League of the school will pre- participated. Ou, of the Jami
sent the program in the form of debating, honon wen. to Steve
oratory debate and extemperane- K.tz and Neil Sonn.V
oiis speaking Barbara Oka. Gary pl.ee. and charlw rn,
Kaplan and Lewis Serb.n will give Lewis Serbm. th.rd place
> to be heard at thi* PTA.
meeting will be ("hark? Homer
lent of the National Fop
League of the school.
Ol th r,jU|o,,nt. |
Ma*a. *a4 WWII,, hwai?
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
- Ila\.
1
1 .',
IN THI CIRCUIT COURT or T
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITAL
FLORIDA. IN ANO FOR oilfl
COUNTY. IN CHANcf?*.1*]
N. aC1077l ""
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ills <
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vs.
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WIJIAM' JANXETTK
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NOTICU UY RUnLICATlON m
MORTGAQt rORECLOSuni
SI IT T.. K. .KBCIxmi; "*, I
s.\m, >
A !> uakwno.
notified thai llliMp-fj
to f..ccloa a ,..
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font aad all of ih< Wf,a4j
-"la In and to any
- rinc aald kaafswaa ..
' -r laamJ to aaul I. ,.;rm.
tahllKhm^ol lavuad for aalil
CM aataMUkaaraM.
rnora apwlfle d,., ..-io.
th* rhallvla co **r. >..u ax* n-frrr4 to \nr BU
lalnt harctofnrv fi:. |,
. i* hlcli contain, a .
<1 ilalait of .
mpUlajt to forsrloar wid ,
t%f baa fll*d aj
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ni <>n tbf- I.
km w r IdLoMti.v, i
l.m -..In Road, -Minn.
and flic lb* ortclna! A
t I1din In th* orrtc-
of th. <"ir-ult Court, on .
h of January. iMu. |f
- judjtmeni l,v 4,(1
llf drmadrd In tb* lUli f
T.i NotaM xhaU b* pabfJabst
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1: 11-tl-n.l
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IN ANO FOR OAOC COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
IV I. N#" "
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NOTICE TO CRKDITOR*.
and All I".
< ..in;. Ivmand* A
ar*
aaat
l^NHA^co^^TYD-occvLScouPT
FtOR.DA ,N PROBTE
No 4'*u.c
'0TCE T "".TOR*
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HOLIDAY GREETINGS
H. W. LAY
and CO., Inc.
4101 N.W. 37th Avenue
Phone NE 3-2543
Miami. Florida
; 'CHARM For Your WINDOWS'
ALL TYPES OF CORNICES
COVERED OR PAINTED
SUf COVttS aad ItUWOUTOY
King Company
0._o"0n the Trail"
M73 S. W. 8th STREET
,. Pkone HI 6-6872
TOPS IN CORNICFS
A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL
Hr. and Mrs. Harry J. Sow
and Daughter
Ml ISTATI
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MIAMI BEACH
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COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
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Jli RWPV. Mml
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^ _,iOTICl UMOKR -
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r, January 1, 1960
fJewlst ffotrtdUan
Page 11-A
\oscow Links 'Millionaire Zionists,' Aggression
!' Continued from Pag* i-A
Wi become a profitable market
and the source of huge prof-
for imperialism," but the fi-
conspiracy" did not emerge
.1 oil was discovered in Arab
Is. Then, in 1929, according to
Communist allegation, the
ish Agency was formed by
ernational monopolists "who
to that time had not been of-
cially connected with Zionism."
le Jewish Agency was said to
Jtrol "the trends" of Premier
vid Ben-Gurion's policies. Ac-
rding to Moscow, "the Jewish
|ency was presided over by
Warburg, a partner in the
lericnn-German bank Kuhn,
tb, and Company." For a long
e, Moscow claims, "the War-
rgs have been cooperating
th the Rockefellers. The sec-
man in charge of the Agency
is the chairman of the I.C.I.
jst in Britain, Lord Melchitt,
man who monopolized the
lufacture of dynamite and
Ipowder. The Jewish monopo-
Palcstine Potash, was headed
the former Viceroy in India,
fd Lytton. The president of
British Shell Oil Company
became an influential part-
of the Zionists.
ord Samuel, the former Brit-
Hih Commissioner in Pe lee-
hat his (liar* of th* deal.
was lator given the cheirmen-
of th* Zionist monopoly,
stint Electric, which was
m a 70-year concession for
Of the hydroelectric power
[the Jordan River."
loscow said that Zionism "aft-
reaching agreement with in-
national capitalism, started to
fcparc for the decisive leap up-
the Near East. It was planned
It a Jewish Zionist state was
I be set up at the time of the
eral offensive launched by
Western o i I monopolies
linst the Arab countries."
.Hacking the Mapai party,
gcow said that, "behind the
luir of the Mapai party, stand
businessmen who find
lism a profitable enterprise."
main pillar of Mapai was
to be "Histadrut. the biggest
talist organization in Israel,
present funds estimated at
_> less than one billion dol-
a lot of money for a small
itry like Israel"
loscow charged "the main pre
jpation of Histadrut's busi-
tlTINGS
BITS GARAGE
Genera] Repairs
All Models
232 S.W. 2nd Ave.
Phone FR 1-6804
heVfflRi Is the making of moTP
profits from colonizing Israel.
Next, they dream of colonizing
neighboring territories, and this
impels them to fellow an aggres-
sive foreign policy."
Attacking Israeli operations in
Africa, Moscow said "Mapai's
so-called Socialists are anxious
to try their hand at exploiting
the Negroes." The broadcast
claimed that Israel plans to be-
come "a big commission agency
for the American and West Euro-
pean capitalists throughout the
Middle East, and even Africa.
Moscow charged that Israel is
collaborating with former Nazis
in West Germany, because "op-
erations are profitable, and busi-
ness is business." In Great Bri-
ain, said the broadcast, the Zion-
ists are "associated in boly and
spirit with the Rothschild fam-
ily." The Rothschilds were linked
with the oil business and oil
pipelines in Israel. Said Moscow:
"Zionism likewise "offers Its serv-"
ices to all monopolies associated
with imperialist activities in any
part of the Arab East."
Moscow said "the Sinai adven-
ture of October, 1956, was launch-
ed by Ben-Ourion to realize the
acquisition of nearby Arab ter-
ritories. The Anglo-American
French plan to gain domination
over the Suez Canal tallied with
the plans for setting up an Israeli
oil empire between the Mediter-
ranean and the Red Sea, through
the annexation of Arab terri-
tory."
According to the Soviet propa-
ganda, Israel is being prepared
for new aggression by an Ameri-
can consortium, named as "the.
American-Israeli Petroleum Cor-
poration." Rudolf Sonneborn is
identified in tne broadcast as
"one of the most influential
Zionist millionaires" behind the
New Library
UM Launches
Earth was turned last week for
Prayer Ban Evokes fracas
Continued from Page 1-A
school assemblies with the Lord's
the first unit of the University of Prayer had not been questioned
Miami library building. I until last winter when Supreme
Joining Dr. jay r\ W. Pearson. |Court Justice Bernard S. Meyer
president, in manning shovels for i ru,ed ,hat 'ne daily reciting of the
the informal groundbreaking wereiNcw York state-authorized prayer
William H. Stubblefield and E. L. I of ,ne bard of regents in nearby
Cotton, members of the board of Herrick should not be made man-
trustees library building commit- datory. The board of regents is
tee, and Dr. Archie L. McNeal,
director of libraries.
A small part of the S2.500.000
building for which plans have been
pigeonholed for lack of funds, this
unit will contain two of the nine
stories designed as a stack section
for UM's half-million books now
on three campuses.
To cost $390,574, the unit will
contain 38,080 sq. ft. of floor space,
will be air-conditioned and eleva-
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,~a m Vn Fl-atcn Horowia, Linda Zuckerman.
Hebrew Academy students presented a & Ebxte g^ Arulay>
Chanuka pro-am Sunday, 1 p.s.. at Miami 5ady Rnbard fan Saira.
Beach High School. Fust row axe Dcliah Ma::^-.--..- ^^ f J ^ ^_, Lau.
Ahramowitz Lloyd Schneider Abbev Beo- :u.cr =a Fa*. A J*
wte.WMaij^^R.^Y^ c'ViTSkSSSiiT* *
Pencr.ar.sitv. Second row are Mna Besom, c. nn jj- *~ _______
Gcrr, Fcsie Harry Becker. Marilyn Gesch- house u in charge o* anangerr.e.
wer, Carla Schreiber. Elliot Wc'dmcn, Rhonda________________________________________----------
GMJCC Staff Aids U.S. Hearing on Aged
Board and staff members of the
Greater kfiani Jewish Corar
Center took an active role in "
planning of the recent Workshop
en Aging conducted by the Wel-
fare Planning Council, prior : the
United States Senate hearings in
Miami.
Assistant director Emanuel
Tropp was vice chairman of the
Work-hop on Recreation and
Group Work w.th the Senior Citi-
zen, and helped to prepare the fi-
nal report submitted to the Senate
Committee. Other Center represen-
tatives who participated in the
planning of this session were:
Isidore B. Simkowitz. president;
Efraim H. Gale, executive direc-
tor; A. Budd Cutler, v.ce presi-
dent; Charles Plotkin. director of
Senior Citizens Department; and
Estelle Hardin. supervisor of the
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Berrio were pane;
tbei : I "w
man Gla Mil S
participated in variou-
grami
Ba>.r_ .'- final report on "'
principle that the "self-rep*
the senior citizen is central to all
of his problem?" the Workshop on
Recreation and Group Work con-
cluded that the contribution :
field "represents one of the most
potent forces of preventive medi-
ens"' with the aged population
The report further stated that "a
group activity program. esj*
for the senior citizen, repr.
far more than just a good time.
Such a program, when properly or-
ganized, with the right type of fa-
cilities and trained profes-ional
staff, goes a long way to bring
about a renewal of the feelings of
self worth on the part of the senior
citizen It does so through bringing
to the lonely and isolated individ-
ual a sense of belonging, of being
accepted and wanted, of being rec-
ognized; to the individual who has
no further life outlets for being
productive, it offers new avenues
for self-expression and for indi-
vidual achievement; it brings sen-
ior citizens together with their
peers to give them the strength of
nj and coping with their prob
r.er "
GMJCC through rtJ newly or
Depart
ha- been taking steps on it.-
own to approach a day center con-
cept. At its Miami Branch, there
are activities five days a week
afternoon and evening, lncludin.
get-together- a 111 and
-. dramat.es. choral group.
i- mstruc
A new spun ha- developed at
the Beach Branch with the addi
tion of week-day activities led by
volunteer workers.
Jews Safely Pass the Danger
Of Extinction, Baron Declares
NEW YORK"Jews are sharing in the 'pornaatka,
: or times, and are safely past the dangers of pr^J
n which existed in the last 20 years." Dr. Sale- W Bares, J
,ng Jewish historian, this week told an audience of over *>o rib*,'
social worker-
Dl Bar"n. director of the Cen
ter of Israeli studies at < olumbia! meBt team" in cases of
University, delivered the keynote aiont.
a conference of rabb.s ..j^ p^c^tris, lhe
and il workers called to pro^ fist the g^^, cav(ANOrk(r
greater understanding and members of allied discipliaai'i
tful cooperation between hi, k*^ fc_t M he needs
rabbinate and the Jewish so t0 nuo6 oat bis own ior.tr*
cial worker." The conference was to tbe community.- he iUA.
held ur. !er the auspice* of the thtT it hat become apparwl
Commission on Synagogue Rela the religious leader pimcipit,
lions of the Federation of Jewish tbe toU, treatment program
Philanthropies of New York. specific way."
"Twenty years too there
uted real problems of the pos-
sible annihilation of the Jewish
people by world anti-Semitic
movements. For time there,
also toomed the biological men-
ace of extinction through a de-
cline in population, owing to a
decreasing birth rate such at wo
witnessed in the lWe's," Dr. Ba-
ron declared.
Neo Nazi Lei
Flood Washi.
Continued frowi Page U '
Farband Chanuka
Fete Saturday
Chanuka festival will be spon
sored by three Labor Zionist
groups Saturday evening at the
Seville hotel.
Joint sponsors are Ben-Gurion.
Lebediger and Chaim Gninberg
Branches of the Farband of Great-
er Miami.
Greetings will be extended by
their respective presidentsIrving
Sachs. Moshe Levine and Dr. Si
mon Wilen-ky
Program will also include Rabbi
Yaakov Rosenberg, spiritual lead-
er of Beth David Congregation,
guest speaker; Dr Zev Kogan. ex
ecutive director of the Jewish Na-
tional Fund Council here; and
'!.-- Rose Rosemond. folk singer.
There is; a i
well leaflets as "the most
and insulting teen in manyii
The material was headlined b|
ploit white fears of Negro
This danger, too. has passed ation" of the District of CO
and the Jews are sharing in what Alleging a growing Negro sni
has come to be called the popu handbills said: "White Mm1]
explosion' of our times lhe You Going to be Run Out of]
only question really is. how the Nation's Capital without a
urv.wng Jews will share their re But it was stressed that tan
ligion and culture so that it enemy waa the Jew who vm|
should be as meaningful to the fu cused of responsibility for Nsi
ture generations as the older integration efforts.
forms of the Jewi-h faith have In 1968, Rockwell was _
been to their ancestors," Dr. Baron with having been in contact I
sa>d- elements under suspicion hi
Rabbi Judah Nadich denied that bombing of tbe Temple in
there need be any conflict be G" lh* ctiritles also
tween religious and social welfare b"" into eolbsion with the Va
leaders. 'The time has perhaps P1,c* but a court ruled that I
come now," be said, 'no stop whip- wu' anti-JewlstJ agitabw
ping a dead horse, to call a halt to obnoxious but not legally
mutual recrimination that the *&*
American rabbi and synagogue ~~~
are eager to gain a monopoly over left / OfffaMf SmUwwY
Jewish life in all its aspects, and '
that the Jewish community center Brtn E! Congregation will I
generated speedy assimilation with for dlDn*'' Sunday, 6 p.m., at 1
its workers antagonistic to Jew.sh Auu" Hall. SMSW 17th art.
survival."
Dr. Morton Teicher, dean of
the Yeshiva University School of
Social Work, the first univertity-
based social work program un-
der Jewish auspices, discussed
the importance of special train-
ing for Jewish communal service
*"d of collaboration between
rabbis and professionals in this
field.
Dr Louis Linn, attending psy-
chiatrist at Mt Sinai Hospital,
called the religious leader "an in
dispensable member of the treat-
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ices This Weekend
I sad final candle Friday evening brings to a-conclusion the
celebration of Chanuka, the Featival of Lights, which marks
-l-?e.Tifiioryvover Graeco-Sfrian KinjL4 ISRAEL. 7101 Carlyl, ave
Rbbl Isaac Etr.
p.n Saturday 11:30 a.m.
he Power of the Tongue."
IME8. 2531 SW 19th avt.
sflveh Maxwell Sllberman.
/ID. 2435 SW 3rd ave. Con
. Rabbi Yaakov Roeenberg
/illlam W Lioaon.
p.m. Si-rmiin: "The Chal-
194" Saturday 9 a.m. Bar
Richard
ay
-------, win of Mr. and
ro Mela: Mli-h.icl. son of
Korrla Merlin.
H0*W 17th ave. Orthodox.
lOfnCR. SrNltf.
,Jn.m. Saturday S:30 a.m.
'The Mlrurle of Chanuka."
STH. '2250 MW 2nd ave.
Hive. Rabbi David W. Her-
tor Hyman Fein.
u p.m Sermon: "The Pro-
s' Ancient Faith for a New
Saturday 9 a.m. I'.nr Mlti-
ard. boo of Mr. .and Mrs.
i in Siimin-1 tirayaon to
"Ta Dream The
beam"

,AEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Of-
ab M. Louis Rottman.
t f m' iftturday 8:45 a.m.
r \\ > kly Portion."
BfiO'B. 301-311 Waahington
TJhodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
aurice Mamehee.
|>'ri;- Saturday 8:80 a.m.
(..TsSt* "' Light."
4 AIL. 1 NW Srd ave.
ILAH. 888 Euclid ave. Or.
abbi Jeeeph E Rackovsky.
,n,ra, Saturday 8:30 a.m.
JOv."
CANDLELIGHTING 71/Mf
1 Teveth 5:22 pan.

\w C_ci\ ersation
:rn3
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onan
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?nk WF] rnrw
p by mr nopn nia
lA.ika nrasn
J^nn^nb-inra
?? awrn? T^#
5 n|?a' naa ityf
Sermon: "Pharaoh Dreams of De-
struction." Sermon at 4:15 p.m. serv-
ice: "Our Duty to Rate* Light* "
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 408
10th at. Orthodox. Rabbi Chaim
Karlineky.
iORAL WAV JEWISH CENTER
P.O. Box 34-5S4, Miami. Rabbi Sam-
uel April.
Friday 8:30 p.m. a* 11640 SW 1th at.
Sermon: "Solomon and Hheha The
Hook and the Book of Books," Satur-
day 8 a.m. Sermon; 'Weekly Pot"
tlon."
OADE HEIGHTS"CENTER. .18180 NW
2nd ave. Conservative. Cantor Eman-
uel Mandel.
FLAQLER GRANADA 50 NW 51s1
pi. Conservative. Rabbi Bernard
Shoter. Canter Fred Bernstein.
Friday 5 and :lS 1MB. jSermoa: "1
Rctroapect."' Saturday5' 9- a.m. Bar i
Mltavah Ilowagd. aofr o4 M. and Mm. ]
Nathan Hravern^Wi- ^
FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL 1S01
C. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi
Mariue Ranson. Cantor Sherwln
Levine.
ta~-
HEBREW ACADsSMV. IJJ Sth st. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross.
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HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CON-
OREQATION. 1160 W. 68th St.. Palm
ave.
Frldav 1:15 p.m. Sermon! "Can the
Tear Cfietonuion Replace the
Hosh Hanhona'OVcr.vaii'
HOLLYWOOD TSjMPLB SINAI. SOJO
Polk st. Conservative. Rabbi David
Shapiro. Cantor Vehudah Heilbraun
Friday I:1S p.in. Sirmon: "The JXiw"-
i.-M View <.f Jenus."
ISRAELITE CENTErTsiJS. SW 24th
tor. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Lout*. Cohan.
Friday 1:11 and 8:15 pa*. Sermonr
"Time." Saturday! avm.. Bar atltavah:
Har\ey. son of Mr.'tin ft Mr*. laldore
Bernstein, who -||l float Friday eve-
ning iineg Shabbat. .-
KNE8ETH ISRAEL. 141S Euclid ave.
Irthodox. Rabbi David Lahriieid.
lantor Abraham Self.
Friday 5:15 and 8:30 p.m. Sermon:
"The fhlldren'g Ssory of Chanuka."
Saturday 8:*o .m. Sermon: "The
Ploua One."
MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION
1101 SW 12th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Herechell Seville. Cantor Joseph
Salxman. r>
Friday 5:t0 trts- BatinMag B.tn. Ber-
mon: "Concludlqa; Uia. Fge^lral."
MONTICELLO PARK. tSdtn at. and
NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Max LipshlU. Cantor Ben-2ion
KieochenbauM. ''~
Friday 5:1,", aaunBiM rtrsfc- Sereenn; "1
Roaolve." SauuiUy-.ft **\ t*r Mlta-
vah: Roger. aWtoT Mr and MTh. M.-1-
vln Alperln>JVKarnoj 'J'A*vakening
and Remaining Alert."
NORTH DADS CENTER. 13830 W
Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi
Henry Okollca.
Friday :1." |> m. Sermon! "A Ifeer
Saturday t a.m. Unr Mltxvah.
Ilnnald. eon Of Dr. and Mrs. rhlllli>
Stark.
NORTH SHORE CENTER. 820 78th st
Conservatlya^Jfjkhk tfcuier Abraea
ov.itz. Cantor Eowl>dTCtein
Temple Emanu-El United Synagogue Youth
chapter presented an original musical play
by Trixie Levin, "Judah Rides Again." last
week. Shown at rehearsal (top row) are (left
to right) Stanley Muravchick, Barry Gersten,
Margie Frankel, Ronald Isaacson, Rhoda
Deutschman, Howard Hauser, Steven Robin-
son, Arthur Rubin. Bottom row (left to right)
are Lois Ross, Roberta Brick. Pamela Greene.,
Delate Lipton, Rosalind Lehrman and Linda
Gordon. Also included in the cast were Mar-
sha Glassman, Judy Feldman, Elaine Stone,
Jonathan Turk. Jack Feldman and Barbara
BalL Piano accompanist was Mrs. Ben BalL
with choreography by Sandy Atkins.
I
Khibifion of Folklore
nide told us that the ex-
kings! in the exhibition
. collected from three hus-
ople is sixty-five villages
Dinorities.
interesting things in the
inside the building.
ss s Druse house with its
a, utensils and ornaments;
Ber corner we ssw Bed-
Dt; and here was sn old
in weaving, a colorful car-
Arab girls embroidering I
with beautiful embroidery, j
Exhibition was really very!
The best testimony of j
is the fact that since
about half s year sgo,
hundred and twenty
people have already vis-
lished by Brit Ivrit Olamit)
Friday H:3u p.BV .M-lurday a.an. Haft
Mltxvah: Alfred. !3sVTrfTMJ and
Her*)ie> I'.einatatlo. S.ruiuu; \\..k-
ly Portion." r
SOUTHWEST CENTER. 84M SW St;
at. Conservative. Rabbi Maurtee
Klein.
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TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 170BS-
Collins Ave. Rabbi Jonah Caplan.
Friday X:J0 p.m. Saturday t a.m. Ser-
mon: "Are Dreamera Impractical
People?"
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
dr.. S. Miami. Reform Rabbi Herbert
Baumoard. Cantor Charles Kodner.
Friday 7:80 p.m. Chamika service to
feature "The Might Light* of Chanu-
ka," by Mra. Dorla Helton, and pre-
pii, \ Uv students, of the third and
fifth grade of Sunday school. S
"The Light That Wouldn't Go Ouf."
Beth El Pupils
Mark Chanuka
Sunday and Hebrew schools of:
Beth El Congregation observed.
Chanuka Sunday.
Audience included parents, Phil-'
ip Barkowitz, Abe Pepper, Saul
thPotash and Sam Miller, officers
of the congregation, and members
of the board of education.
Special awards went to Shirley
Gray, Judith Graf, Michael Gold-
farb, Robert Deller, Irvin Feit,
Susan Kurtz, and Richard Spool.
Sunday school group was un-
dor the direction of Mrs. Joyce
Picker. Rabbi Silolom Shift, spir-
itual leader of the congregation,
addressed the) children, who pre-
sented a gift to Mrs. Sarah Fidel
for her services to tho school.
Participants in the program in
eluded Stewart Bell, Lillian Glass.
Ronald Stauber, Rochelle Zalis,'
Harry Berman, Mark Greene, Eli-
as Haim, Susan Kurtz, Joel Mos-j
kovitz, Steven Rozynes, Mark]
Spool. Philip Spool, Bruce Tucker,
Carole Stein, Linda Adelman,
Harry Asatsnowicz, John Bebczuk.
Curtis Bernstein, Michael Gold-
farb, Steven Greenstein.
Irs Hirshhorn, Paul Korman,
Steven Levy. Larry Lipner, Debo-
rah Moss. Lana Neiman, Shirley
Gray, Max Corndorf. Robert Del-
ler, David Felson, Jerrold Foster.
Judith Gray, Paul Rozynes, Ron-
ald Rumack, and Richard Spool.
Open Forum Due
At Miami Hebrew
Regular program of adult Jew-
ish education at Miami Hebrew
Congregation will feature the first
in a monthly series of Open For-
ums on Tuesday evening.
Theme of the first forum will be
"The Three Branches of Judaism."
Rabbi Solomon Schiff. Congrega-
tion Beth El, Rabbi Yaakov Rosen-
berg, Beth David Congregation,
and Rabbi Herbert Baumgard,
Temple Beth Am, will present
Orthodox, Conservative and Re-
1848 Polk et
Rabbi Samuel
TEMPLE BETH EL.
Hollywood. Reform.
Jaffa.
TEMPLE BETiTsHOLEM of Hairy
wood. 1788 Monroe st Conssrvative
Rabbi Samuel Lerer. Cantor Ernest
Schreiber.
Frldav S p m. Has Mltavah: Marina.
daughter of Mr. and airs. Irving
Cheaa. Saturday am.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chaa.
ve. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Krenish
Centor Da vie Convlser.
Frlay 1:13 p m. Annual Chanuka can-
.lleliiiln eorvtce. Saturday l'L4* am
liar Mltgvak: Julian, eon of Mr. and
Mra. Julian Newbauer.
TEMPLE BNAI SHOLOM. 18880 NW
Sfnd ave. Conservative Rabb>
Sheldon Edwards. Cantor Ben Qreea-
berg _
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Israel RelsB,
Friday S and 8:18 n-a Hermog; "Now
*AIBJ JOSffM MAK0J
Rabbi Narot
Named Lecturer
The appointment of Rabbi Jos-
eph R. Narot as Visiting Lecturer
in Homiletics at Hebrew Union
College-Jewish Institute of Relig-
ion was announced in Cincinnati
Wednesday by Dr. Nelson Glueck.
College-Institute president.
Rabbi Narot. spiritual leader of
Miami'* Temple Israel, will lead
sessions among rabbinic students
in the College-Institute Homiletics
Department thiring the week of
Jan. 25. Dr. Glueck ssid.
Rabbi Narot. who has been serv-
1 ing the Miami congregation since
1950, is s Phi Beta Kappa grad-
uate of Western Reserve Univer-
sity. He was ordained at Hebrew
Union College in 1940, and received
the Doctor of Hebrew Letters de-
gree from HUC in 1948.
Before coming to Miami, he was
rabbi of Temple Beth Israel. At-
lantic City, from 1940 to 1950.
Brandeis Names
Janis to Council
Ernest Janis, Miami area build-
er and executive head of Janis-
Mank Construction Corp., has been
named by the Brandeis University
board of trustees to the President's
Council.
- Announcement of the election
was made by Dr. Abram L. Sachar,
president of the university, at WaL
tham, Mass.
The President's Council is a na-
tional body of professionals and
businessmen who function in as
advisory and consultative capacity
to the Brandeis administration.
Some 60 persons in the nation
are members of the council. Dr.
Sachar said that Janis' is the first
election Irom the State of Florida.
Only five Council members are
from the South. Active in many
communal affairs. Jams is a vice
president of the Brandete Univer-
sity Club of Greater Miami, and
resides with his family at 5850 Al-
ton rd.
Dimes Drives Picks Leader
Wilbur C. Rollins. Miami attor-
ney, has been appointed special
events chairman of the 1960 March
of Dimes, it was announced here
by W. C. (Cliff) Herrell, Dade
county March of Dimes director.
Under Rollins' leadership, civie
clubs, service and fraternal organ-
izations will be asked to sponsor
and promote various fund-raising
endeavors during the month of
January.
form branches of Judaism, re-
spectively.
Rabbi Herschell Seville, moder-
ator, will invite questions from the
audience. Admission is free.
Year New Horlaono." Saturday H
am. Bar MItavili BtaphOB, son of
Mr and Mrs. Martin Slneley: Paul.
.., of Mra. Ulllan Slegel. Sernu-n:
'Week'.> Portion."
TEMPLE ISRAEL* 1ST Nl: IStr.i st
Reform. Rabbi Joeeph R. Narot
Centor Jacob Bornsteln
Friday 1:11 I'.m. Sermon: Pan We
Really Keep Religion Out of the 18<>
Campaign'' ____ ____
TIMPLI JUDEA* SSO Palermo ave
Liberal. Rjbbl Morrla Shoo. Canto'
Herman Gottlieb
FrMta) I 1"' pm Sirmon: Bible Pacte
and Hollywood fancy." Saturday 9
nalre service. Temple serv-
ice 10:10 a.in
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th at. am.
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi
tlonal. Rabbi Euoane Laboviti. Can
tor Samuel Oomberoj.
Friday r. :15 and S:ll pm SermoBi
"New Year ..r Another Year." Hatur-
day S45 a.m. Bar Mltavah: Mark, aon
of Mr. and Mra. Harold Cohen.
TIMPLI SINAI *NO.~ MIAMI. 1IW
NE 18th ave. Reform. Rabbi Bennc
M. Waltaca.
Frldav S:1S n.m. Sermon: "The Slxtlea
den or Oilded." Saturday 11 a.m.
Bar Mltavah Jeffrey, aon of Mr. and
Mrs. Jerry' l.lroff
TEMPLE TIFBRETH JACOB. SSI
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabb
Leo Heim.
m. Sermon: "< hinuka
nder -f Another Toar'j l>edl<-a-
n Saturday 9 a.m. Bar Mlts-
Ivah: Allen Bdward, son of Mr. and
i jjr, Wyman, who will host
Friday evening Uneg Sliaobat.
TEMPLE ZION. 6720 SW 17th at
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Win
man. Cantor Jacob Ooldfarb.
'Friday 8.3" p.iu- Bermon: "Joseph lae
l>reariir." Saturdy 9 a.m. Bar MI1I-
vtlt tlnrv. aon of Mr, and Mm I
IT .piier. Iar Mltavah at Mlnch.v
aorrteo: Kvan. srni of Mr. and Mra.
Jerome I'avld iJtngbeln.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 8500 N. Mlgre.
ave Conservative. Rabbi Harry L
Lawrence. Centor Albert Qlantr
Friday *:S0 p.m. Sernv.i. roml
i.iwa. Saturday 8 a.m.
TORAH TEMPLE, 12S4 West av*
Traditional. Rabbi Abraham Caste'
YOUNQ ISRAEL. 880 NE 171st St.
Orthodoa. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
----
2AMORA JEWISH CENTER 44 Z*
more ave. Conservative. Rabbi 41
Leon Hurwiti. Cantor Meyer Qiseer.
Frldav SlSa.m Sermon "New Year's
Cloalei" >neg Shabuat hoata: Mr. and
Mra David Klvel. In honor of
wedding anniversary. Raturda) l.i
m : Sear, h for Bl
Ity."
Rabbi Tibor Stern, spiritucd
leader of Beth Jacob Congre-
gation, is author of the recent-
ly published "Composition of
the Talmud." The English
language study theorizes that
both the Babylonian and
YeruBhalmi Talmud are one
literary creation. The book is
put out by Twersky Brothers
Publishing House. Rabbi
Stern is also author of
"Child's Bible." "Haggadah
in Spanish." "Halorah
V'Harnsorah." "Shiree Amy"
and a regular contributor to
many rabbinic journals.
WT.
1S-M. 1/1
11/W, 1/1-8-15




Page 14-A
Jcnitfkr*fon
Friday. January y
Orde Wingate:
Portrait of a Wildly Devoted Spirit
ORDE WINGATE:
Sykes. S75 pp.
A Biography.
Cleveland and
By Christop.ier
New York: The
WcrW Publishing Company. $6.00.
one of
ORDE WINGATE mi a fascinating man.
those rare human beings 1 '"fe as
though H ere an endle-- M -; an
enigmatic figure in whom genius .raded as
eccentricity. People either admired him or
him: : -no
middle ground in denims.
ON MOBAl FOUNDATIONS
I
help
J

U
.-..
M
.
ORT" 1956
this provocati\e man who alternated tirades c:
lently pa.-sionate talk with spells of brooding silence.
Those who respected him recognized the horn-sly of
his unwavering Gen Wingate (center) at funera! of Cl
Shturman. Right is Moshe Sharett.
eonpub ind of the brilliance of hii
i rs hated nil B KOtt an.l
hi, rud ... authority and I
tion. and found hi* personal habits reprehensible.
Wingati t first meeting with Eliahu Epstein now
Capitol Spotlight:
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Students Giving Up Causes for Convertibles?
Washington
Judaism be
14JHAT WILL -pace-age
" like? A preview of United States
Jewry of the 1960s can be seen in the
collegiate Jewish community served by
B'nai B'rith Hillel foundations.
Hillel's dispersed institutions, num-
bering over 200. provide a microcosmic
picture of an emerging generation. The
issaca of Jewish unity, self-acceptance, and religious iden-
tification may receive a mature response from the new
generation. But arising on many a campus if a question
of Israeli relations with American Jewry: its portents are
serious.
More than half the nation's annual crop of high school
graduates, of Jewish faith, eo to college. Rabbi Benjamin
Kahn. national Hillel director, estimated that 200.000 Jews
are currently on the campus. About 120.000 are served
by Hillel facilities.
Hillel director? have studied the modem collegian,
ned causes for convertibles1 Those who
: to Hillel Ho.:se ool) to lounge are called -
Hebrew." Rabbi Alfred .'
ational program director, even report;, on a catef
frequenting :: free tea k 'are
Lip-
But m .el Direc-
,ori : To-
day's stta
to religion He ,re 0f Jewi stion.
For
ground, ai s Tht.,
foneei :3 and now. I
ter. the; r.fronted i
ophers. Hillel meets this challenge on its own level
tening to fill educational gaps.
students
known as
Hillel. as the Jewish community on the ca,;.pus. has
found a sort of diversity within unity. It neither sponsors
nor endorses any par.i>an view of Jewish life. Students
are urged to retain individual loyalties to Reform, Con-
sanative or Orthodox Judai.-m
Rabbi Jehudah M. Cohen, in hi* capacity of Pacific
Coast regional Hillel director, has commented on the re-
action of the American student to the many Israeli youths
>tudying here. He sadly reported: Most Israeli students
I have met are unaffihated religiously They speak dis-
paragingly of the religion of their homeland ." Since
the I>raeh sabra is idealized. Rabbi Cohen found that
'when the I-raeli speaks dixiainfulty of the Jewish rehg-
the American may very well experience an al-
most traumatic episode."
A battle took place at the University of California
Hillel Foundation when Israelis sought to take over its
Seder that would exclude American- Id-
lillel be reserved for Israelis only" on |
tted for \ears.
Today, on many a campu-. a h^h proportion si Is-
raelis shun Hillel S k that thc\ don't

on t: .. morc p
-". elements
ally.
eh Is-
Biblical
'
Overseas Newsletter.
By EUAHU SALPETER
How Refugees Walked to the Promised Land
QNE CANNOT L.VE day .^daT
out without an awareness that one
is participating in something unique
>.'mething extraordinary in human his-
tory. It takes some special event--
thing extraordinary even in the general
uniqueness of the current expenence-
JsraehT ^ffSTj^A St l
tne remmder came in the form of >'
msmm
rtass"remmders of ** ssars
far-away Arab countries rt^fi ""^
paths to the Holy Land. After biiwh, i-t0 fuld
reconnoitring, after cnss^lV*'^ TlL*
ly reached a great port city ruled by a frlf0
*!>.?* "ve Ld-K fntou hrwth ES
They assisted him in working out more deUiled ullt
gave him some money, part of which he usVdTh! '
eral daggers and a rifl. and some LSSST *"'
and urged them to join him in he*U "f ****
all the local Jews. Howe Tr "h I"0**" *
gers of the trip, and fmallvnlv a"1 of ,he ""
related families agree. Ubark nT T'* 1Dd
rested. b.a and lorkrt i" h" I' ""> ""' "-
Jmirtir Yd,,.. S, i'id?, ,'"?"" ""
?.ch"S", "pSrjg* mm m, *- ,,,
E^.v&ssrA',s,
is a cast k
introduction to uu
Elath. lrael Ambassador in London)
who had an introduction io w,a
I in the afrernoon of a very hot day Wui^
tin nothing but the moat complete nudity/ia
him at the door led him into the sitting room, ia^,.
ly began to talk of serious matters, followed b
.: talk about Zionism, after which, as u pn
-till naked, be saw his (swat politelj t0 u,
Wingate was. as most readers know, a great
and good friend of the Jews. Appointed by Eag-
in 1936 to Palestine as an Arobist. he had beat
in Haifa <>nl> three and a half naossths when he |^.
a Zionist In fact, he herns ao extresM
t that the Jewish leaders, whose policy at that
e of careful restraint, were rather
tical, if nol downright frightened, by tan
f.llow. It was impossible, they
.hman to be a Zionist. Wh> shossl
a Zionist? "Great Britain baf
Moslem interests and commitment!
: which were fatally disturbed by Jewish ambi.
Hon. Why should that state of things be pleashw
British official?"
THE confidence of the Zionist leaden came slowly,
but it wa never betrayed. Often flying in the
face of his supporters. Wingate organized the Special
Squads of Jewish and British soldiers to com-
bat the Arab terrorists, and led them brilliantly, he
became a close friend of the Weizmanns. He wrote
reams of thick papers to the British Home Office
urging the Zionist cause. His hero was Gideon; very
much a mystic. Wingate seemed to envision himself
a modern Gideon At one point he ordered his offi-
cer to obtain a large number of ram-honu iwtuca
were not. of course, available in any quantm Wia-
was furious when the man brought back buglet
instead The officer, deeply puzzled, went to his
superior. Bredin. for an explanation. "Bredin threw
up his hands and >aid that as far aa he could make
out. the Captain, after a deep study oi Holy Writ,
wanted to have some ram horns to Mow around the
walls of a Milage where the gangsters sheltered."
They did indeed us,- the bugles a couple of times.
Wingate is still known in Israel as "Ha-Yadid"
-the friend At Em llarod be once mad* a speech
in which he said, in Hebrew: "God give it to us ts
slay the enemies of the Jews, for the
of the Jews are the enemies of
was his deepest ambition, often
enemies
all mankind It
voiced, to lead a
OffOtrOKITT FU
'1 out
"But u4i\ ir
tftu

H-
light Ht
\ *>\t3 ILucJirn.
a ^_J
"iha
l.4j a fool'
-ieJ Htcohqt
empatgws,
\V'inf
Sinter' Ot .
U :^,.mp,tewcr
and ht hrld the |
ftrr ocewpssd or couU fto
"c ui Kmg of the )eu
- tiie moat wo*.
the only ptof-
ht threw it ail imv b.
^r'tente1 Msttr-
Jot a long (tax.
.
"' "attle This "mission" was never
W. Wmgnle. grown too loud and in-
, jMJf, Br,,i.sh. wa, ,nt awV fro- *
TM!UokheV7 mtiT Prt of hi. Wo. and of the
Hade iL 1 W',h ^ bri,U* -* ""^
m ih *" ,n *>ich he played an eeormoas roW
'-" mmort 1d',S '" Burm- tn- ** mih-
*'n^ thu L^f" *V#r" U- bee*. boot
****?**? u**-***" bor. H is >
thon.atne in m, """"^ 'ootnotod and at-
nd seteral D J C"^ ** rent P*
>ome.Tme, dam?!*' ,0 "^ <*. V may*-
ton^l ^nmigul nea aboat bin sobjact. U
'* wSluTr ?k hav -* of a good thh*


January 1, 1960
+Jewlst>Fk*Mian
Page 15-A
.ICAL NOTICI
[NOTICE UNDER
TiTIOUS NAME LAW
IS HEREBY UIVE.V that
ined. desiring to t-tiKiiirc In
mifr iiw riciitiuii
* rERPHISEH, LUC
C blXWMH'ilR
LUCKY CIGARETTE
CO.. at 41 I W. Mil Ave-
to renlHtrr said namei
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
ty, Florida.
tZARI'S SKoi.NICK
12/11-18-26. 1/1
.NOTICE UNDER
TlTIOUS NAME LAW
_ IS HEREBY IIIVKN that
Ikti.'I. desiring to enmiRe In
-Un.tfi tin- fictitious name of
k. 10 AND ITP STOKES a'
fN.VV. Jr tends to register said mime
"lerk of the circuit Court of
fcnti. Florida.
SURT8HIM, Kola Owner
J 1IITXBR
[for Sole Owner
pia Building
Florida
12/11-18-26. 1/1
NOTICE UNDER
ITIOUS NAME LAW
IS HEREBY OIVEN that
iftned, dealrin* to rnanaw ,'i
nrirr the fictitious name of
IAUN BAR at 7305 nird
ami, Fla.. Intenda to rejt-
n.inn- with the Clerk of tha
>urt of I >nde County, Florida,
JACK A. HIL.IAC
Role Owner
* OARS
for Applicant
lt St.
12/11-18-25. 1/1
NOTICE UNDER
ITITIOUS NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN that
!gn-d, desiring to engage In
linder the fictitious name of
kN PRECISION ESORAV-
iide County, Pia., intenda
aid name with the clerk
i-uit Court of I'ade County,
IEN, INC.,
BFRONRON
[for Applicant
Tlty Truat Bl
a Fla. Corp.
Hole Owner
"Bl
2/11-18-2S. 1/1
ICE TO CREDITORS
[COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
FOR OADE COUNTY,
IRIDA IN PROBATE,
No. 477S5-A
STATE t>F
(JI'ERITE I.ORETTA
I.I. Deceased
lltora and All Persons Hav-
or rvtnanda Against Said
each of you, are hereby
^nd required to present any
demanda which you, or
[yon. may have against the
MARUl'BRITE LoRETTA
iiewiil late of Dade
lorlda, to the Honorable
lea of I'ade County, and
In their offices In the
jurthouee la Hade County,
ilthln eight calendar months
[date of the first publication
ltd claims or demanda to
legal addreaa of the claim-
be sworn to and presented
ild, or same will be barred,
i-ember 4. A.D. la.
U HI'SKIN. Administrate*
[the Estate of MAROUER1TE
ARNOLD. DeceHs.il.
Rl'SKIN
[for Administrator. C.T.A.
12/11-18-25. 1/1
[CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
)A, IN AND FOR OADE
ITY. IN CHANCERY,
No. MC11473
WILLIAMS,
Iff.
CAHTELL DEAR a/k/A
IT. CAHTELL Rl SSKI.L
JE HI'SSKI.l,. husband Of
ll I'ear a/k/a Beatrice
I; And If any of the
ii. .I I feiidants be dead, the
Ylsees, graiitii'i*. creditors,
artl.s cIhIiiiIiik Interest by.
inder or against the almve
udanta; the unknown
[any of the nlMive named De-
lii.I all parties known or un-
ivlng or claiming to have
. title or Interest In
ring described property slt-
and tielnic In inly.
to-wit:
_ck 26. of BUNCrTB PARK.
slon, aci rding to the Plat
led In Mat Rook 50.
of the Public Record* of
inly. Florida,
brianta.
|CE Y PUBLICATION
fRICE castei-i. DE \lt
[BEATRICE \-TKI.L ltl'S-
and JESSE RUSSELL, hus-
of Batrlce Caatell Dear
Beatrice Caste!! Russell:
iiny" of the above nimed
Santa be dead, the heirs.
**. grantees, creditors, and
rtles claiming Interest by,
|h, under or against the
named Defendants; the un-
spouee of any of the above
Defendants and all par*
timvn or unknown, having or
. to have any rbjht. title
treat In and to the following
r-ad property situate, lying
ping In Dade County. Florida.
it 8. Block 26. of Bl'N-
'AltK, a subdivision, accord-
J the Plat thereof recorded
it Hook 60, Page 20 of the
Records of Dade County.
LND EACH OF TOP. are
i that a complaint for
no of forgi-d deed haa been
ilnat you, and you are re-
serve a copy of your anawer
jigs to the complaint for
f forced de.d on pISjB*
Blscavne Building, Miami
_. and file the original an-
Pl>u the above stj t on
Ihe llih day of January.
do so, Judg-
be taken against vnu for
anded In lain!
at Miami, Florida, this 3rd
i. AD. lit.
HERMAN. Clerk.
oli' County, Florida
By: K. M. I.YMAN.
Deputy Clerk
12/11-18-26. 1/1
DAYifiU
BY HENRY LEONARD
LEGAL NOTICE
law |L|i In ii.. ------ nnlnn u linn. In n iL s.li i
hi rnts loajJ/B we re going to nerve muiimiijr
love, vtsn It I hovfj fo DQttt Jo HW hood of
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATB
No. 48263-B
IN RE: Estate of
MORRIS FREIDIN.
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
Iiik claims or Demanda Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
manda which you may 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 Courthouae la Dade
County, Florida, within eight calen-
dar months from the date of the flret
publication hereof, or the same will
he hurled.
c.CSSIE FREIDIN. Executrix of
the Estate of Morris Freidln. deceased
BLACKWBLL, WALKER A GRAY
lly: Clemen J. Ehrllch
Attorneys
Flnrt Federal BalMing
Miami 32. Florida ,,,,_,,_,
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY UIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the flctltous name of
KIT KAT INN at 3701 N.W. 17th Ave-
nue. Miami Intends to register said
name wMn th* Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
JACQL'BI.YNE FITZOHRALD
Role Owner
KKSSLKR. OAM RoTH
Attorneys for Applicant
m, s.*v. i.t fftTeet lt/lg.Mil/1.8
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (ilVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the flctltous name of
\V B. 8 MERCANTILE CO. at 13
N.H. 3rd St.. intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court ot Ihjtde County. Florida.
LOP IS BAOER
WILLIAM SCHWARTZ
12/18-25. 1/1-8
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN Hint
the undei engage In
business under Ihe flcUtoUi name of
al IS W
h, Morlda Int.n I to register
aM name with Hie Clerk of the (11-
r ill t Court of Dade County, I lorlda.
I'.vfl. RICE
JOHN MAKNKI.I.
PELLE, USV1XE A CHRISTIE
BIsciiMie Bhlg Miami
Attorney! foi "A" Builders
12 18-23. 1/1-8
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 48057-B
IN RE: Estate of
LOUISE BLAKE
1 v. eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Pecaon,
Ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the ea-
tate of LOUISE BLAKE deceased
late of Dad* County. Florida, to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the same In their offices In the
County Courthouae In Dade County.
Florida, wlthla eight calendar months
from the date of the first publ
or the same win be barred.
WARD WILLIAM KEARNS
Administrator of the Eatate of
IXHllse Blake
HUE N1CHOI.A8
Attorney
306 Blscayne Biilldliur
Mlaml 32. Florida
Utanklln 3-O80J
12 '18-25.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business ftctitloaa name
of MR. JAY at 7802 N E. 2nd Aw.,
intends to register said name
with iilt Court of
Dade County, '
MR. JAY
STATE MORTOAUE CO
(a Fls. Corp) Sole Owner
RAY FRKBDMAN
Attorney for Applicant
7SU N.B. 2nd Avo.
1I/M. 1/1-s-ll
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTK'i: IS HEREBY OPVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the flctltous name of
BENTONE ROOFING CO. at 404
H W. listh Court Intends to leglatfi
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
BERNARD CURBLLA
12/18-25. 1/1-8
CIRCUIT COURT, 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY, FLA.
No. MC11722
MAODA M. Km ML, Plaintiff,
____ va.
..HrTT.r*J KoTHK, Defendant,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOU, I.IOSI.Ii: KOTHE, oidress un-
known, an- notified to s,i\e a copy
of your answi-i to U)a .11v
plaint on Plaintiff's attorney. Oeorge
Nicholas, 305 Blaoayne itldn Miami.
I'lorlda. and file original with Clerk
"f this Court -I v is,
19S0. otherwls nl will be con-
fessed by you. I n, i'.i6.
E II LRATHERMA, Clerk,
(seal) By: K. M. LYMAN. Deputy
11/18-25, 1/I-&
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the dndersigiieil, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MODERN JEWISH i' iRKHSPON-
DEN< i: CLUB al 420 15th Street. Mi-
ami Beach, Florida Intends to res-
tate? Kahl name with the Clerk of
tba Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
ELVIRA HELLER
12/11-18-tt, l i
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOB OADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 9C 11173
MAT LEWIN,
Plaintiff.
ADOLPH LEWIN.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ADOLPH LEWIN
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Contiilalnt for Divorce haa been
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your An-
awer or Pleading to the BUI of Com-
plaint on the plaintiff's Attorney,
LAPRENCE DISKIN. 1140 N.C ICSrd
Street, North Miami Beach, Florida
and file the original Answer or Head-
ing In the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the I Ml
day of January, 10. If you fall to
do so. Judgment by default will lo-
taken agalnat you for the relief de-
manded In the BUI of Complaint
This not lie shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLultlDlAN.
DONE AND iiRDERED at Miami.
Florida, this ICth day of December,
A Ii 195.
i: II. LEATIIERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court, Hude C,.unt>. Ilo-lla
(seal) rOAS HNlCBDICN,
Deput) Clerk
LAI-RKN'CK DISKIN
11 10 N Bl Wl -.-1428
North Miami Bench. Florida
Attorney for Pluintlff
12/18-3.-. in-<
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 4SW1-C
IN RE: Estate of
SAMUEL ALI'KU.
I r4*4.' *' I Hf 11
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or I>emaiida Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demanda
which you may have against the ea-
tate of SAMUEL AI.I-BR Deceased
late of Dude Countv, Hoi Ida. In the
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the aame In their offices in the
County Courthouse In Dade County.
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the date of the first publication
hereof, or the same will be barred.
RICHARD <; A Li HSR
CI.m-t.RI: Ii Al.PER
STANLEY M l'RED
Attorney
814 Seybold Building
Miami. Florida
12/25. 1/1-8-16
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 4*209 B
IN RE Bat lie of
ABRAHAM WJ1ITEIK H.'SE
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
| To All Creditors and All PeftKHM Hav-
ing Claims or Demanda Against Said
Batata;
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed t,, present any claims and demanda
which you may have against the ea-
tate of ABRAHAM WHITBHOUSE
deceased late of Iiade County. Flor-
ida, to the County Judge., of Dade
County, and file the aame la tin It
offices In tin County CourtheaUM iii
Dade County, Florida, within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication here, or the same
will be barred
SANPoRD I. rVHITBHOUSB,
utor
RICHARD AI.TSIHI.ER
.,"4 S.-W.m llldg., Miami 32. Fla.
PKorikliii 9-4536
12/25. 1/1-8-15
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 4*200
IN RE: Eatate of
AMELIA LOE WEN HERO
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Yea are kereeiy smllrlid and requir-
ed to present any claims and demanda
which you may have again*! the ea-
tate of AMELIA LOEWENHERIi de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to toe Honorable County Judges of
Dade County, and file the same In
their offices In the Count) Court-
house In Dade County, Florida, with-
in eight calendar montha from the
date of the first publication hereof
Said claims or demands to contain
the legal address of the claimant and
to be aworn to and presented as
aforeaHid. or same will be barred. See
Section 733.18 of the 1D45 Probate Act.
Date December 18, AD 16.
WILBUR i: LOBWRNBERO and
SEYMOUR .1 l.i.KWENKEHO as
Bxeeutora e* the l.ast Will and
Teatnnienl of Amelia Loewenhi-ru
Dwvaaed.
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CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD
NOTICE UNDER
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NOTICE IS If...:: I 1 OIVEN that
.n..I. drslrine to engage In
is name of
BAKNELL \l"is al ISl-tM 84th
hi a Intend.M to
ll r ^.ilil name v ith tlie Clerk of
I the Circuit Court of Dade Co
1 Florida.
li'KI. N SAMET, Sole Owner
AN
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lliu S.W. 1st
12 11-18-25. 1/1
NOTICE UNDER
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NOTICE is HEREBT OIVEN that
tin- undersigned, desiring to engage In
the ftctitloirs mimes of
PRIDE INTERIORS CUSTOM DB-
II \Ti K s WtiflKHisiM
at 22811 N.W. i, Miami, Flor-
, Ida. Intends to Tealster said namea
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
I'ade County. Plot Ida.
JEROME E. LEVIN.
Sole (iwtier
OOLDMAN A liol.DsTBIN
Attorneys for Registrant
3303 Weal Flagler Street
Miami. Florida
12/11-13-26. 1/1
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I EGAL NOTICE
i.-, inc. kincUiT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOB DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY
No. 99CI1833
ANTOINETTE ROSE JOSEPH,
Plaintiff.
LESLIE MICHAEL JOSEPH.
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: LESLIE MICHAEL JOSEPH
(36 E. r>th Street
New York City. New York
YOU ARE REQUIRED to serve a
copy at your Answer to the BUI of
Complaint for invoice on Plaintiff's
attorney, I'AI'I, KWITNEY. It* Lin-
coln Road, Miami Beach. Florida, and
file the original In the office of the
Clerk of tin- Circuit Court, on Or be-
fore the IMh dg) of January. 196", In
default of which, a Decree Pro Cob*
fesso, ttiiii be entered against you.
HATED this l.'.th day of D.
MM.
E. B. LEATIIERMAN. Clerk of
ttie Circuit Court. Dade County, Fla.
By: II H. BICE. .11! .
tseall Deputy Clerk
__________________________12/18-2S, l'1-l
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. MC11M7
VTRQTL W WELDOaf, Plaintiff,
va.
ZELMA I. WEI.DON, Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ZELMA I. WELDON,
i:.3S Mar-hall Street.
Abilene, Texaa
You ZELMA L. WELDON. 17.26
Marshall Street. Abilene. Texas, are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
palnt for Divorce ho* been filed
against you. and you \re required to
serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the BUI isT Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorney, ENiiLAND-
BR A- TENDRICH, ill Lincoln I.
Miami Beach. Florida and file the
nal Answer or Pleading In the
office of th. Clerk of the circuit
Court on before the I lth day of
Jaauary. 1H60. If you fail to do so,
judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
rn the TWl of Oinphrlnt.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeka
In THE JEWISH FM.ItlDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, thla 7th day of December.
A.D. !9;.
B. R LEATIIERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
I (seal) Hy K M. LYMAN
Deputy Clerk
HNOLANDER It TBNI>RICH
311 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
JE 3-1443
Attorneys for Plaintiff
12/11-13-27J. 1/1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 44S07-B
IN RE: Estate of
1'is'EKA TAI'SSli;
Deceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is herebl given that I have
filed my Final Report and Petition
for IIIstributIon and Final I
as Executrix of the estate of JOK!
TAUS8IO, de, eased: and that on the
4th day of January, 1S61. will apply
t,. the Honorabli Count) Judj es of
Dade Counl y, Floi ids. f
said Final Report and foi IMatrfbuttoa
..ii.I final dlachara- of
dent This th day of I k
u ntrin: REiss, Exi itrix
of the Batata of Josefa Taus.-lg,
i lat sttaac
KURT WELLISCH
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1414 i I'.ulldlng
Miami. Florida
12/11-18-2
IN CIRCUIT COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY No. 59C11639
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Clerk of said court and furnish to
c.eo w Tood, attar, for plaintiff.
5500 B.W. 74th St.. Miami, Fla copy
of same, on or before Jan'y 11. 19*0
or bill will be taken as confessed.
I>aled Dec. 1969.
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(aaaj) By: K. M. LYMAN. D
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Mr. and Mrs. Louis August flew to New York
to attend the wedding of Miss Lois Marjorie
Schwadron to Dr. Sanford F. Zahler at the St.
Moritz hotel Mrs. August almost returned to
Miami without one of her favorite diamond ear-
rings, which she lost at the dinner party the night
preceding the wedding After a lapse of two
a frantic search, she went back to the scene of the party
id her earring in the street, at the entrance of the Plaza
(Mrs. Harry) Schiff and Sally Smollin have been friends
... So have their childrenand now, even their grand-
... So, when Sally came to town to visit her sister, Mrs.
|ver, it was only natural for Lilly to host a party in her
It was a wonderful afternoon at the Fcntainebleau .
re did she get the energy? Mrs. William Brenner had
is-holiday dinner for her out-of-town friends, and out of-
lughter Elizabeth, and out-of-town son BUI, with everyone
town.
Solomon A. Schlesingers, of New York City, are house-
^f Mrs. Jacques Cohen, of Sunset Island 4 While here.
fre feted at the Ivory Tower of the Saxony hotel in honor of
wedding anniversary ... Mr. and Mrs. Max Finkelstein,
ihampton, L.I., were among guests .
ne for the holidays from the Medical College of Virginia
lond is Arthur L. Alexander He's the son of Mr. and
|gene Alexander, 881 E. 41st st., Hialeah Sister Lois is
sident of the USY'ers at Temple Tifereth Jacob.
i
pyful "blessed event" due in February will keep renowned
Johanna Martzy from fulfilling her engagement Feb. 28
University of Miami Symphony ... So, Miami's own
rid will replace Johanna in the world premiere of Mana-
[ Concerto for Violin Joan is juat back from concert
Bents in Europe and recording sessions for Epic .
Hat lovely Home for the Aged life member party given by
ck (Faye) Ablin in her N. Bay rd. home: Mrs. Max Orovitz.
fx Manson, the Misses Sue and Anne Berkowitz, Mrs. Al
Irs. Nettie Kaminsky, Miss Cecele Rosen, Mrs. Dora Klein
M. S. Kean .
Iding Anniversary: It was the 25th for Mr. and Mrs.
[Ballan. 17740 NE 10th ave., No. Miami Beach, last Dec. 22
ther happy occasion for the Ballansthe Bar Mitzvah on
rious Saturday of their son, Gerald Howard, at Temple
lth a reception following at the Roney Out-of-town
eluded Mr. and Mrs. B. Shafran, Columbus, O.; Al Ballan,
t. N.Y.; tod Mrs. Fanny Segal, paternal grandmother, New
S M M
[and Mrs. Samuel Cert man's open house in honor of their
I, home from Harvard Those lovely earrings Grace
eived from her Norman for their anniversary The
rising for the 11th annual buffet bruncheon at the Bis-
race on the occasion of the Orange Bowl New Year's Day
rith the Julius Jay Perlmutters, of Sunset 4, as hosts .
lip Schiffs and Gerald P. Soltzes saying Happy New Year
tther in Nassau ... Dr. and Mrs. Meyer Eggnatz' daughter,
riding her vacation from Smith College dating.
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baby sat in the middle of the floor and said "goo'- .
ly gurgled in reply to Berett Elise, new daughter of How-
Roberta Fisher Host to the party in her grandchild's
is Mrs. Nat Weiss The occasion also marked the 79th
of her father. Max Drevich .
and Mrs. Edward Carr came in from Nashville for the
toberta is their daughter Also on hand: the Sid Lewises
Irs. Carr's sister.

pting with Dr. Abraham Wolfson, director of the Spinoza
Forum, are his son, Dr. Oliver W. Wolfson, of the New
ite Board of Health, and grandson, Robert, honor high
ktudent. who began to win radio and television prizes It
(of 4 Robert, incidentally, played as a team with Israeli
lad Shay in the Orange Bowl Junior Cup Tennis Tourna-
re last week .
^ther coincidence: The fothers of both boys studied at Beth
ri Reali in Haifa more than 35 years ago, when Dr. Wolf-
Oliver to then Palestine for a Hebrew education.

th Daze: Jeffrey Michael, born Dec. 20 at Mercy Hospital
ind Mrs. Sheldon (Sondra) Rosenfield ... He Joins his bro-
rl Allan, 4, and Barry Mark, 2 .. Bris was at their home,
27th ter., with Cantor William Lipson and Rabbi Yaakov
rg officiating Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Wd .
>: Elliott William joined brother David Mayer, 18V4 months,
\X Mt. Sinai Hospital Both boys are the sons of Mr. and
rmour (Maxine) Hinkes, 2830 SW 22nd ter. Grandpa r-
Dr. Leonard Finn and Mrs. Beatrice Finn, Miami Beach,
I. Elix Hinkes, Miami Bris was Dec. 27 at Mt. Sinai,
ntor Lipson and Rabbi Rosenberg also doing the honors
a a
Anniversary: The 18th for the George Bacherahe's the
of Bay Heights .
lily dinner at sister Rita (Mrs. Leslie) Bukstel's and, then
Mrs. Maxwell Hyman drove son Ted and Sue and baby
Mit to the airport. .. They're on their way to Rio to live for
two years ...
lion for AEPhi's at the Eden Roc Mrs. I. M. Wein-
|aughter Paula (Mrs. Herbert Katz) a vision in white and
tired even though she just flew in from New York .
Jvid Pollack proud of her Gail just in from her first year
r Mrs. Buddy Wolf (Harriet Hart) being consoled be-
didn't know she could bring her mother Mrs. Leon
[recuperated after her accident and surgery, with daughter
(hard Brickman .
Karen Franco stealing the fashion show for kiddies by
|to her grandmother, Mrs. Bertram Thorpe Mrs. David
th daughter Harriet, and Mrs. Jess Splrer with daughter
AEPhi pledges Mrs. Norman Brown, alumnae presi-
Mrs. Morris Levitt gloating over the success of the after-
Uewish Floridian
Miami, Florida, Friday, January 1, 1960
Section B
Home Residents
Seen in Program
Residents of Douglas Gardens,
Jewish Home for the Aged, pre-
sented their annual Chanuka con-
cert at a party in their honor by
the Greater Miami Women's Aux-
iliary of the Home on Sunday.
Mrs. George Manne and Mrs. Al-
fred Stone, volunteers in charge,
are members of the corps of more
than 40 National Council of Jewish
Women volunteers at the Home.
Mrs. Manne directs the choral
group, whose average age is 82.
Following the presentation by
residents, Mrs. Sol Silverman,
Auxiliary president, and Mrs.
Louis Makovsky, program chair-
man, presented each of the resi-
dents with a gift of Chanuka gelt.
Co-chairmen Mrs. Paul Rimmier (right) and Mrs. Lee Ratner
plan Diamond Jubilee Ball for the National Children's Cardiac
Hospital on Jan. 30 at the Fontainebleau.
Mrs. Meyers Again Assumes Position
Of Prominence with CJA's Appointment
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers is
this year's chairman of the Wom-
en's Division of the Combined
Jewish Appeal campaign.
For many years, Mrs. Meyers
has served with Federation's
board of governors, the executive
committee, and the Combined
Jewish Appeal. In Febraury, 1959,
she was winner of the annual Bro-
therhood Award of the National
Conference of Christians and
Jews.
Among other local activities,
Mrs. Meyers served as chairman
of the Women's Division of Israel
Bonds, was a member of the Wel-
fare Planning Council, and a trus-
tee of the Miami Beach Library
and Art Center. She is also a life
member of the Greater Miami He-
brew Academy and former presi-
dent of Mt. Sinai Hospital Auxil-
iary. She visited Israel in 1949,
the year after the infant democ-
racy was declared a nation.
Listed in "Who's Who in Amer-
ican Women," Mrs. Meyers is also
treasurer of the International Fed-
eration of Women Lawyers, a post
to which she was elected at the
1959 summer session in Rome,
Italy. In 1957, she was recipient
of Dade county's "Outstanding Cit-
izen's Award," and was also singled
out for a special award in human
relations from Bethune-Cookman
College.
On the national scene, Mrs.
Meyers has been i member of the
National Council of Jewish Women
since 1921, and is a director of the
United Nations Assn. She was
named to the Dade County Board
of Public Instruction to serve three
years, representing District Five.
Mrs. Meyers is founder and past
president of the Florida Federa-
tion of Women Lawyers, was legis-
lative chairman of the Dade Coun-
ty Federation of Women's Clubs,
MKS. ANNA MUMfl AUVftS
and is a past president of the Con-
ference of Jewish Women's Organ-
izations of Dade and Broward
Counties.
Following an early social work
career, Mrs. Meyers practiced law
in New York State, coming to
Florida in 1936, when she opened
her own law office in Miami. She
entered into the city's religious
and communal life immediately,
and was one of the organizers of
the Jewish Home for the Aged of
Greater Miami, and one of the
early directors of the YM and
YWHA. She was president of the
Jewish Social Service Bureau, now
the Jewish Family and Children's
Service, the oldest social work
agency in Dade county.
Last week, Mrs. Meyers was ap-
pointed a co-chairman of the I960
CJA drive, to serve with Jay I. Kis-
lak, Aaron Kravitz, Tom Kravitz,
Irving "Bing" Kossoff, Joseph M.
Lipton and Julian Weinkle.
Food Columnist To Appear Here
Mrs. Oscar Leonard was to be
guest of Mollie Turner on her tele-
vision program Thursday, 10 a.m.,
over WPST ch. 10.
Mrs. Leonard is author of "Jew-
ish Cookery" and "Jewish Holiday
Cookbook," and a syndicated food
columnist.
Program was also to feature the
religious school choir of Temple
Beth Sholom under the direction
of Cantor David Conviser.
Mrs. Leonard will preview a pro-
gram of Temple Beth Sholom Sis-
terhood on Jan. 21. Mra. Howard
Miller is president, and Mrs.
Charles P. Feinberg is vice presi-
dent in charge of program.
Seminary to Fete
Mrs. Grossinger
Four of Greater Miami's prom-
inent civic and philanthropic lead-
ers have been named chairmen of
the dinner to be given in honor of
Mrs. Jennie Grossinger by the
Jewish Theological Seminary of
America at the Hollywood Beach
hotel on Jan. 18.
The function will be highlighted
by the presentation to Mrs. Gros-
singer of the Seminary's coveted
Eternal Light award, given for her
"distinguished service in the cause
of brotherhood and human dig-
nity."
Chairmen of the event are Ben-
jamin Green and Ben Tobin, of
Hollywood Beach, former council-
man Samuel T. Halperin, of Miami
Beach, and Samuel T. Sapiro, of
Miami.
Mrs. Louis Glasser, of Miami
Beach, is chairman of the women's
cabinet for the function. Serving
with her are Mrs. Lillian Goodman,
Mrs. Samuel J. Halperin, Mrs. Irv-
ing Lehrman, Mrs. Yaakov Rosen-
berg, Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro, Mrs.
Jack Shapiro, and Mrs. Elizabeth
Rentier.
Beth David Has
Cotillion Dance
Beth David Bandstand Cotillion
held its first Chanuka dance Sun-
day. *
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Rabin were
honored guests. Rabin is education
director of Beth David.
Children participating in the pro-
gram were Barbara Podell, pian-
ist; Janet Sue Rabinowitz, vocal-
ist; Edwin Pont, vocalist; and
Robert Covin, master of ceremon-
ies.
Orchids and fruit made of ice
cream were served.
Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz, chair-
man, and Mrs. Sidney Aronovitz,
co-chairman, were in charge of
the affair.
Hostesses for the evening were
Mrs. Jack Geyer, Mrs. Bernard
Leffler, Mrs. Murray Podell, and
Mrs. Bernard Tytell.
Mrs. Peggy Logan is cotillion in-
structor. There are 75 children en-
rolled.
Council Chapters to Meet
Miami Beach Council of B'nai
B'rith Women will meet Monday,
8 p.m., at the Deauville hotel.
Council chapters to meet next
week are Chai, Tuesday, 8 p.m..
Lucerne hotel; North Shore, Wed-
nesday, 10 a.m.. Carillon hotel;
Miami Beach, Thursday, 10 a.m.,
Miami Beach Federal bldg.
New Year's tve Party
Singles Limited was to hold a
New Year's eve party Thursday.
9:30 p.m at the Alcazar hotel.


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la Committee of Ye-
iversity held its 73rd
r celebration dinner
linebleau hotel Sun-
was Miami Beach
[Harold Spaet, whose
|was busy making in-
it the cocktail party
aner in a black silk
aed with black silk
Etra was striking
cade ensemble. Her
a figure-molding
er matching bolero-
had three-quarter
[a dark ranch mink
ick silk crepe waa
Ansin in a low
ine with the fabric
completely around
jamall puffed sleeves
. The wide crushed
was of the same
Fruchtman, whose
guest of honor,
rder blue damask
g ow n asymetrically draped
across the bodice, with the drape
continuing down the skirt to the
hemline. Her gown had three-
quarter length sleeves, a scooped
neckline, and she wore a large
white orchid.
A reunion between Mrs. Alex
Miller and U. S. Sen. Paul Doug-
las, guest speaker, found Mrs.
Miller still addressing her former
college teacher as "Professor."
She wore a black chantilly lace
shirtwaist-styled dress, with the
lace scallops forming the edging
down the front of the dress. Her
black satin gloves were from
Rome.

lylRS. Dave Levinson wore a
m three-piece champagne and
gold ensemble. Her skirt and jac-
ket were in a gold brocade, and
her blouse was of eggnog-colored
satin. Gold braid encircled the
neckline, and was repeated
around her bracelet-length
sleeves and the bottom of her
Jacket
Gowned in dusky pink silk or-
ganza was Mrs. Jonah Caplan.
Her entire bodice was draped
aid pleated in semi-circular de-
sign that started at the scooped
neckline. The skirt was a full
flare.
MMfKSarl Wainhh silk print ensemble for the din-
ner, featuring a foliage green
with pink roses. The Jacket
showed an oversized collar and
short sleeves.
Mrs. Baron de Hirsch Meyer was
in a black sheath with a most
striking red theatre coat. The
neckline was dropped, both front
and back, with controlled full-
ness forming the oval shape of
the coat. She wore matching red
shoes.

IlJR- and Mrs. Henry Shier had
" open house Friday after-
noon, honoring their daughter
Sandra's wedding anniversary.
Now Mrs. Alan Altshuler, Sandra
and Alan are living in Or-
lando with their three boys. They
were in town for the weekend and
some one hundred guests, in-
cluding family and friends, stop-
ped by.
Mrs. Shier wore a Goya red
wool Jersey sheath. Her neckline
featured .an oversized cowl col-
lar, and she wore a hand-painted
antique pin.
Sandra wore a black and red
plaid cotton with a black silk or-
ganza Jabot-type bow at the neck-
line.
Among the guests was Mrs.
Alex Goldstein in tones and
shades of iridescent blue silk,
with a short matching jacket.
Mrs. Barbara Baron wore a
black damask silk taffeta, and
Mrs. Emanuel Wesson was in a
black sheath with white schiffle
embroidery.
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Guest speaker will be Abraham
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of Washington Federal Savings
and Loan Assn, who was a banker
in Israel for 24 years, served in the
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on Israel, and the public is invited.
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lished a record of 2:36.7 in the 200-
yard individual medley at Lafa-
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Lafayette's 64-28 win over Sefbn
Hall University shortly before the
holidays. He also won the 200-yard
butterfly event in the meet. He is
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Irs. Weiner
Chiding and David
exchanged wedding
"Evening, Dee. 20, at
Mel. Rabbis Yaakov
JosetHTNarot offlCi-
p.m. ceremony,
the daughter of Mr.
trt M. Chisling, 4441
ave. The groom's
[the William Weinera,
St.
or for her couain was
land. Bridesmaids
>seanne Kov'nat and
[ Ehrlich. Miss May
junior bridesmaid for
'ger, cousin of the
best man. Ushers in-
Langer, Donald
hur Alexander, and
r.
wore a floor-length
ported ivory slipper
polded bodice and long
embroidered alencon
ig a mandarin neck-
full skirt featured a
the waist front, and
inated into a cathe-
Her tiered veil of im-
ch illusion fell from
alencon lace trimmed
arls. She carried a
handkerchief hand-
'her maternal grand-
a bouquet of white
nun.-, and lily-of-the-
a graduate of Miami
School, attended the
Alabama, and is now
ersity of Miami. She
a degree in elemen-
n in June, 1960.
is a graduate of Lib-
chools and the Univer-
li business school. He
of Sigma Alpha Mu
|Uowed the ceremony
Jers hotel. After a
|in Mexico, the couple
Dmc at 122 Antiquera,
U Siegel
rment Told
[Mrs. William Torme.
Ala., announce the
of their daughter,
pa. to David Alan Sie-
Mr. and Mrs. Bcnja-
321 N. Bay rd., Miami
b-elect attended Van-
mnitj In Nashville,
las a member of Alpha
sorority, and received
pro in the University of
M presently a mem-
iff of the Greater Mi-
Federation,
arc planning to be
24 in Birmingham.
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Werner-Katir
MffS. DAVID WffNM
MRS. WWIIl SHAW
Shaw, Hollander Take Nassau Trip
Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Shaw have gown of white imported embroid-
returned from a trip to Nassau fol-1 ered organdy made with fitted
lowing their Sunday, Nov. 29, after- i bodice, short sleeves and full skirt.
noon wedding ceremony at the The shoulder-baring neckline was
Barcelona hotel.
The bride is the former Phyllis
Hollander, daughter of Mr. and
accented with a deep bertha of the
embroidery and matching elbow-
length mitts. Her veil of many
Mrs. David N. Hollander, 2390 SW ttoll of illusion fell to the shoulder
16th ter. The bridegroom is the ,trom a t'ara ol seed pearls. She
son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Schurowitz, 1800 SW 87th ct.
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg offici-
ated at the 2 p.m. double ring
ceremony.
carried a lace-covered Bible show-
ered in orchids and valley lilies.
Mrs. Michael Sultan, sister of
the bride, was matron of honor.
Rachael Surowitz, sister of the
ThTbride wore an ankle-length j *ni. was of honor. Bridea-
I maids were Rhoda Halperin and
Mickey yMandler.
Marty Levin, of Hialeah, was
! best man. Ushers were Arnold
Swedler, Mike Cannon, Dave Platt.
Orin Hollander, Mel Bialeck, How-
ard Nathaus, Joel Karesh and
Steve Lazarus.
The bride is a graduate of Mi-
ami High .School, where she was
i named sweetheart of Sigma Rho
fraternity. The bridegroom was
.graduated from Miami High, and
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Harold Louis Schwartz, and Ina
Rissman in marriage.
The former Miss Rissman is the
daughter of Mrs. George Rissman.
2310 SW 19th ter., and the late Mr.
Rissman. She was graduated from
Miami High School and attended
the University of Miami.
Mr. Scnwartz is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Maurice Schwartz, 2330
SW 28th st. He is an alumnus of
Miami High School and the Univer-
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A lieutenant in the Army, he is
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the newlyweds will live after a
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Friday, January 1, 1960
Page 6-B____


Werner-Kahn
Safer, Resnikoff
Say Vows Here
Norma Resnikoff became the
bride of Stamford J. Sater in cer-
emonies Friday at the Saxony ho-
tel. Rabbi Joseph Narot officiated.
The bride is the daughter of the
Joseph Resnikoffs, 1526 Pennsyl-
vania ave. The groom is the son
of Mrs. Selma Sater, 1526 Pennsyl-
vania ave., and the late Sol Sater.
Matron of honor for her sister-
in-law was Mrs. Shirley Reese.
Harold Wolk was best man for his
brother-in-law.
The bride chose a floor-length
gown of chantilly lace and pleated
tulle with sweetheart neckline.
Her corsage was a bouquet of
white carnations and center white
orchid.
Newlywed Mrs. Sater has a de-
gree in sociology from the Univer-
sity of Virginia. The groom, an
engineer with Pratt-Whitney of
West Palm Beach, is a graduate of
the Georgia Institute of Tech-
nology.
Dinner followed at the Saxony.
After a Florida honeymoon, the
couple will reside in West Palm
Beach.
MRS. STAMfORD SATER
Roskins Take
Mexican Holiday
Miss Ingrid Klein is now Mrs.
Howard E. Roskin. The daughter
of Mrs. Rosi Klein, 2414 SW 19th
ter., became a bride in 3 p.m. cer
cmonics Sunday. Dc. 27, at the
Seville hotel. Rabbi Yaakov Ros-
enberg officiated.
The groom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Abraham Roskin, 3962 SW
60th pi.
Maid of honor was Miss Blandine
Webster. Ronald L. Thaw was bcsl
man. and ushers included Glen D
Steers and John E. Lake.
The bride graduated from Mi-
ami Senior High and Charon Wil-
liams Bu.-iness College. The groom
is a University of Miami graduate,
where he presently studies law.
Reception followed at the Seville.
After a honeymoon trip to Yuca-
tan and Mexico, the couple will be
at home at 36C8 SW 13th ter.
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MRS. HOWARD ROSKIN
Univ. Students
Are Married
University of Miami students
Jacqueline E. Kamp and Bernard
Lewis Simms exchanged wedding
vows Sunday in Hillel House on the
University of Miami campus be-
fore Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg. Re-
ception and dinner followed.
After a honeymoon tour of Flor-
ida, the newly-weds will live at
2551 SW 27th St.
Mrs. Simms is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Kamp, 2534
Ancoma ave., Coral Gables. She
is a member of Phi Sigma Sigma
social sorority, as well as Delta
Werner Kaim
MRS. JtROMt GUMCNICK
Gumenicks Will
Live in Richmond^
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The couple exchanged wedcUn.
Ariel GoldbWg officiated.
The former Miss Ellen Dyer
Whitehead >* ,buch,c'1 25
and Mrs Ben B. tunningham. 25
SW 10th ave., Miami. The groom I
"are Mr. and Mr. Na-',...
S. Gumen.ck, 4929 Pme Tree dr.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Ann
W Pardo. Bridesmaids were Miss
Mary Ellis Hughes and Miss Shir
ley Ann Johnson, of Richmond
Miss Betty Sue Grandis was flower
girl.
Harrv Grandis. of Richmond,
was best man, and ushers were
James J. Roth, Louisville. Ky..
and Samuel Leslie Whitehead. jr..
of Miami.
The bride chose a silk neau de
soie gown featuring a fitted bodice
with scooped neckline and I
fitted sleeves. Her bouffant
was of intermission length,
sion veil formed her crown.
Newlywed Mrs. Gumenick
graduate of Westhampton College
The groom belonged to Phi Epsi-
Ion Pi fraternity at the Univi
of Miami. He is a builder in Rich
mond.
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MRS. MUVIN KAT1
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Vows at Seville
Wedding vows Sunday, Dec. 20,
at the Seville hotel united in mar-
riage Miss Anita F'ern Prolier and
Melvin Harold Katz, of 561 HE
180th dr.
The bride is the daughter "1 Mr.
and Mrs. Lester Prober. 1413 Len
ox ave., Miami Beach.

MRS. IUUS CORDON
Gordon, Burkley
Vows Exchanged
Mr. and Mrs. Jaraea B. Gordon
were married Sunday, Dec. 27, at
Beth David Synagogue.
The bride is the former Heari-
etta Burkley, daughter of Mra.
Clarence Burkley, 2020 SW 22nd
ave.. and the late Mr. Burkley.
The groom is the aon of Mr. and
Mrs Harry Gordon. 2201 S. Miami
ave., where the reception followed
the ceremony. Rabbi Yaakov
Rosenberg officiated.
Newlywed Mrs. Gordon gradu-
ated from Miami Jackaon High
School, and attended the University
of Florida, where she was a mem-
ber of Alpha Epsilon Pbi sorority.
Mr. Gordon attended Miami
Senior High School and the Univer-
sity <>f Florida, where he belonged
to Pi Lambda Phi fraternity. He
graduated from Eckels College of
Mortuary Science.
The couple will live at 475 SW
11th st., when they return from
their honeymoon.
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parents are Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Simms, 222 SW 45th ave.
Out-of-town guests were Mrs. B.
Kamp and Mr. and Mrs. I. Kamp,
Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Mottelson and Mrs. David Schoen-
berger, Brooklyn, N. V.
Miss Katie Kamp, sister of~the
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i Jerome Simms, brother of the
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Kamp and Simon Sutta were
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William Capland, 3450 N. Mend
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Jan Jacqueline, to Burton S. Wol-
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Mr. Wollowick attended MIT and
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Florida. He is now a second year
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of Florida.
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+Jmlst) fkrMton
Page 7-B
Stein, Kaplan
Married Here
Sara Lisbcth Kaplan and Jerome
M. Stein are married. The couple
exchanged Wedding vowY~tefore
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg on Sat-
urday evening, Dec. 26, at the Al-
giers hotel.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Murray Kaplan, 1318 Eu-
clid ave. The groom is the son of
Mr. Max Stein, Jersey City, N. J.,
and the late Mrs. Pauline Stein.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Mau-
rice Goldberg. Miss Gail Kay was
maid of honor. Bridesmaids in-
cludedRfJfrs. Alan Kaplan, Miss Su-
san Kaplan and Miss Nancy Green-
stein.
Max Stein was best man for his
son. Ushers included Alan Kaplan,
William. Stein, and Richard Stein.
The bride chose a chantilly lace
gown with a bouffant skirt of silk
organza appliqued with lace and
sequins. Her illusion veil was at-
tached to a tiara crown trimmed
with pearls. She carried white or-
chids on a family Bible.
The bride graduated from Mi-
ami Beadt High School, attended
the University of Florida, and is
now a senior in Liberal Arts at
New York University. She will
graduate in June.
Mr. Stein is a graduate of
George Institute of Technology,
where he played football and be-
longed to Tau Epsilon Pi. He is
now with a New York electric
manufacturing company. He serv-
ed two years in Korea.
Reception and dinner followed
the ceremony.
Out-of-town guests included Mr.
end Mrs. Charles Winick, Brook-
lyn, N. Y.; Richard Stein, Eliza-
beth, N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. William
Stein, Scarsdale, N. Y.; Miss Han-
nah Kaplan and Miss Nancy
Greenstcin, New York City; Mr.
and Mrs. Alan Kaplan and Mr.
and Mrs. Isadore Natkoff. Atlanta.
Ga.; and Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Go-
lofsky, Rock Island, IU.
Werner Kahn
MM. 11*0*1 STC/N
Meyerowitz Vows
Said on Beach
Joan Paula Schoenfeld became
Mrs. Karl Irwin Meyerowitz in
6:30 p.m. vows Sunday, Dec. 27, at
the Deauville hotel. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Max Schoenfeld, 855 80th
St., Miami Beach. The groom'.'
parents are Dr. and Mrs. Herman
Meyerowitz, Brooklyn, N. Y.
The bride selected a gown of
poie de soie featuring a back pouf
and adorned with large white silk
roses. Her fingertip veil of illusion
fell from a crown of pearls.
Maid of honor was Miss Helene
Beybis. Miss Linda Schoenfeld and
Mrs. Stanley Stone were brides-
maids.
Stanley Stone was best man, and
ushers included Don Miller and
Murray Ellowitz.
Newlywed Mrs. Meyerowitz at-
tended Miami Beach High School
and will graduate from the Univer-
sity of Miami in February. She is
a member of Phi Sigma Sigma so-
rority.
The groom graduated from
Brooklyn College, and is presently
a student at the Illinois College of
Optometry.
Reception followed at the Deau
ville. After a honeymoon In Ja-
maica, the couple "will reside in
Chicago.
Miss Schwadron,
Physician Marry
Miss Lois Marjorie- Schwadron
was maj-rjed to Dr. S^n/ned F. Zah-
ler Saturday, Nov. 28, at the St.
Moritz hotel. New York City. Rab-
bi Murray Grauer, former spiritual
leader of Beth El Congregation in
Miami, officiated.
Maid of honor for her niece was
Miss Edna Zimmerman, and best
man for the groom was his brother,
Oary Zahler. The bride's atten-
1ants were her cousins, Mrs. Ar-
'hur Schwadron and Mrs. Jack
Schwadron, as well as Mrs. Robert
teed and Miss Andrea Millen.
Ushers were Alan Baker, Philip
Wolfson, Ronald Schapiro and Dr.
\rthur Shackner.
The bride wore a peau de soie
redding gown with fitted bodice,
he neckline, long sleeves and cha-
>el train appliqued in alencon lace,
'ler four-tier French illusion finger-
ip veil fell from a crown of seed
jearls, and she carried white or-
hids, stephanotis and lily-of-the-
valley on her confirmation Bible.
Among guests were Mr. and Mrs.
UmiIs August. Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Werner, Lt. Cmdr. J. Vic Allen, Dr.
and Mrs. Edward Wolfson, Dr. and
Mrs. Arthur Linden, Dr. and Mrs.
loseph Hirsch, Dr. and Mrs. Rob-
ert Reed and Dr. and Mrs. Harold
kern.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
ind Mrs. Joseph Schwadron, 1941
3W 19th ave., Miami. She is a
;raduate of Miami High School
find the University of Alabama,
he was president of Delta Phi
Cpsilon social sorority, a member
f Chi Alpha Phi, statistical hon
>rary society, and editor of the
chool of commerce newspaper.
Dr. Zahler is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Zahler. of Columbia,
S.C. He is a graduate of the med-
ical school of South Carolina,
member of Phi Beta Kappa, Phi
Epsilon Pi. "Who's Who in Amer-
ican Colleges and Universities,"
Euphradian literary society, Kap-
pa Sigma Kappa, Blue Key hon-
orary fraternity, Phi Kappa Delta
forensic fraternity, and Phi Delta
Epsilon medical fraternity. He
ompleted his internship and resi-
tency at Los Angeles County Cen-
tral Hospital, and has received a
fellowship in cardiology at Memor
al Hospital of New York under the
auspices of Cornell University.
After a honeymoon in Puerto
Rico, the couple will reside in Rego
Perk, NY.
MMS. SANfOKD 1AHLU
Werner Kahn
MRS. mOKTIMU WALSH
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Werner Kahn
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Author to be Jpeoktr
Temple Sinai Men's Club will
hear Oscar Leonard at a luncheon
meeting Wednesday at the Jewish
Community Center of Hollywood.
Leonard, author of "Americans
All," will discuss "Important
Books Published During 1959."
Walsh, Okun Exchange Vows
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The bride is the daughter of Mr.
aad Mrs. Joseph Okun. 1200 Alton
rd., Miami Beach. The groom is I
the son of Mrs. Sadie Walsh.
Brooklyn. N. Y., and the laU Ed-
ward Walsh.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Rita;
Weksler. Daniel Okun was best
man. and ushers included Dr. E.
Tescher, Oscar New, Raphael
Skop, and Harvey Botwin.
For her wedding, the bride chose
a floor-length gown in lace and
tulle, with a crown of seed pearls. {
Newlywed Mrs. Walsh graduated
from law school in Israel and the
University of Miami. Her husband
attended schools in Brooklyn, and'
is also a U of M graduate. He is
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textile firm.
Reception followed at the Di-
Lido. After a honeymoon in Nas-
sau, the couple will be at home 3t
3161 SW 14th st., Miami.
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Jt>wMrhrk&r>
Page 9-B
Double Ring Rites
For Rabinowitzes
In a double ring candlelight cer-
emony on Sunday, Bee? W; t**th'e"
Carillon hotel. Miss Bertha Faye
Lleberman, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Lieberman, 19 Ovieda
ave., Coral Gables, became the
bride of Arlan Irving Rabinowitz,
son of Mrs. Fay Rabinowitz, of
Baltimore, Md., and the late Harry
Rabinowitz. Rabbi Morris Skop of-
ficiated.
The bride selected a traditional
wedding gown of imported chan-
tilly lace with sabrina scalloped
neckline, long sleeves to a wrist
point, and fitted bodice. The bouf-
fant skirt extended into a chapel
train. Her three-tiered French il-
lusion veil fell from a tiara of seed
pearls and matching lace. She car-
ried white orchids, stephanotis,
and lily-of-the-valley on her con-
firmation Bible.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Ber-
nard Toback. Miss Sara Gold acted
as maid of honor. Bridesmatrons
included Mrs. Leo B. Lieberman,
and the Misses Barbara Lipschutz,
Sue Cypress and Lillian Baris.
Ring bearer was Harold Toback,
and Phyl Toback acted as flower
girl. Sybil Lieberman was junior
bridesmaid.
Best man was Leo B. Lieberman,
end ushers included Wally Tobias,
Ken Feldman, Bernard Toback
and Jules Aron. Barry L. Lichen
man was Junior usher. ,
The bride is a graduate of Coral
Gables High School, attended the
University of Miami, and is a mem-
ber of the Maccabee Young Adults.
Mr. Rabinowitz attended schools
in Baltimore.
Reception and dinner followed
Beck, Kamis
To Wed in June
The engagement of Lillian Rose
BecVtb DarfleT S.' Kaniii 'is an-
nounced by the future bride's par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Beck,
100 SW 44th ave.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Miami Senior High School, and at-'
tends the University of Miami. AI
former student at the Miami Con-|
I servatory of Music, she now ma-:
I jors in music education and is a
member of Sigma Alpha Iota, pro- j
\ fessional music fraternity.
The prospective groom Is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Ka-1
mis, 7720 SW 17th st. Alsa a grad- '<
uate of Miami Senior High School,'
Mr. Kamis will graduate from the.
University of Miami in June as a
Bachelor of Science in mathemat-
ics. He is a member of Phi Eta
Sigma, scholastic honorary society,
PI Mu Epsilon, honorary mathe-
matics society, Scabbard and1
Blade, Military Society, Student '
i Union board of governors, and is I
past president of Pershing Rifles,
military honorary society.
A June wedding is planned.
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Mr. and Mrs. Louis Blum and son,
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The couple are honeymooning in
Havana, and will live in Miami.
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6 p.m. ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
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Friday. January 1, i960
Jfjar Xareage for You" is, a new feature tfjhe Jewish Floridian. .,
A corsage is free for the asking, and will be presented to each
mother of a Bar or Bas Mitzvah. For details on how to receive
your free corsage see story, Page 3-A.
Murray Zacharia | erman will take place on Sahir-
Bar Milzvah of Murray Zacharia day morning, Jan. 2. at Flaglcr
was held Saturdav morning. Dec. Granada Jewish Community Cen.
26. at North Dade Jewish Center, ter. Rabbi Bernard Shoter will or-
with Rabbi Henry Okolica officiat-'ficiate.
ing Howard is the son of Mr. and
Murray is the son of Mr. and Mrs. N. Braverman. 3934 N\V 5th
Mrs. Samuel Zacharia. 2283 Key- at He is a student at Kinloch Park
stone blvd., No. Miami. He attends Junior High, and will be honored
eighth grade at North Miami Jun- at a party at the Seville hotel Sat-
STEFHEN
HOWARD
FAUL
ior High School.
Reception and formal dinner
was held in his honor Saturday
evening at the Eden Roc hotel.
* *
Mark Cohen
Temple Ner Tamid will be the
site of the Bar Mitzvah of Mark E.
Cohen on Saturday morning. Jan.
urday evening.
* *
Julian Ncwbautr
Temple Beth Sholom will be the
site of the Bar Mitzvah of Julian
Henry Newbauer 0 n Saturday
morning. Jan. 2, with Rabbi Leon
Kronish officiating.
Julian is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
MICHAEL
MARK
JULIAN
2. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz will offi- Julian Newbauer, 4411 Nautilus dr.
ciate.
Mark, son of Mr. and Mrs. Har-
old Cohen. 7504 Cutlass rd.. attends
Temple Ner Tamid religious school
and Nautilus Junior High.
Reception and dinner will be
held in his honor at the Carillon
hotel.
He is a student in the Beth Sho-
iom confirmation class of 5721.
>
Harvey Bernstein
Formal dinner will honor Har-
vey Bernstein at Michel's restau-
rant Saturday night following his
morning Bar Mitzvah durmg the
Jan. 2 Sabbath service of the Is-
raelite Center. Rabbi Morton Ma-
MURRAY
Paul Siegel
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will offi- lavsky will officiate,
ciate at the Bar Mitzvah of Paul Harvey is the son of Mr. and
Siegel on Saturdav morning, Jan. Mrs. Isidore Bernstein. He attends
2, at Temple Emanu-El. Israelite Center religious school dent at Miami Springs Junior
Paul is the son of Mrs. Lillian and seventh grade at Shenondoah High, and has attended Tifereth
ItJ
GARY
ALIEN
13th ave. He la student la the
religious school of Beth David, and
attends Sh.nandoah Junior High.
Reception in his honor will be
held at home Saturday evening.
Out-of-town guests will include Mr.
and Mn PL P"-*""- Hs, inrt M"
T I~acSns, Mr. and lira. A! G?
Merlin. Mrs. L. Kirsheabaum, and
Dr. and Mrs. S. Lyon.
Michael is the grandson of Mrs.
Ida Jacobs Liftman and Mrs. Dora
Kranz.

Alfred Bernstein
North Shore Jewish Center will
be the site of the Bar Mitzvah of
Alfred Bernstein, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Hershey Bernstein, of 7610
Dickens ave.
Ceremony will take place Satur-
day, Jan. 2, with Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz officiating.
Alfred is a student in the relig-
ious school of the Center, and at-
tends Nautilus Junior High.

Gary Propper _
Gary, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Propper, will become Bar Mitzvah
during Saturday morning services,
Jan. 2. of Temple Zion. Rabbi Al-
fred W'axman will officiate.
Gary has been attending Temple
Zion religious school, and will con-
tinue his religious studies there.
He is an active member of the All
Star-.
His maternal granduarenta are
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Friedman. Pa*
ternal grandparents are Mrs. Lena
Propper and the late Abraham
Propper, all of Miami.
Siegel. He attends eighth grade at
Ida M. Fisher Junior High, where
he was the recent recipient of a
special science award, and is on
the honor roll of Temple Emanu-El
religious school.

Howard Braverman
Bar Mitzvah of Howard J. Brav-
To Address Worshippers
Emanuel Moskowitz, of Passaic.
N.J., who winters annually at the
Sterling hotel, Miami Beach, will
address Sterling worshippers Sat-
urday morning on "World Prob-
lems Facing American Jewry.'
Junior High.
Out-of-town guests will come
from Detroit, Oklahoma City, Los
Angeles, and New York. Included
will be his paternal grandfather,
Joseph Bernstein.
Following the service, a brunch
will be held at the Bernstein home,
2275 S\V 27th st.

Allen Wyman
Rabbi Leo Heim will officiate at
the Bar Mitzvah of Allen Edward
Wyman on Saturday morning. Jan.
2, at Temple Tifereth Jacob.
Allen is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Morris M. Wyman. 1080 Westward
dr., Miami Springs. He is a stu-
religious school for four;
Jacob
years.
Mr. and Mrs. Wyman
the Kiddush following
Mitzvah service.
will
the
host
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Stephen Sinsley
Stephen Sinsley will be Bar Mitz-
vah during Saturday morning ser-
vices. Jan. 2. of Temple Emanu-El.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will offi-
ciate.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Sins-
ley, he attends eighth grade at
Nautilus Junior High and is a stu-
dent at Temple Emanu-El relig-
ious school.
Reception in his honor will fol
low for family and friends at the
Sinsley residence Saturday after-
noon.

Michael Merlin
Bar Mitzvah of Michael Arthur
Merlin will take place Saturday
morning, Jan. 2, at Beth David
Congregation. Rabbi Yaakov Ros-
enberg will officiate.
Michael is the son of Dr. and
Mrs. Morris H. Merlin, 1745 SW
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KMmi*> florMian
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'Come to the Dance' in World Premiere
Two-Week Run at Grove Playhouse
sobel Elaom and Irene Castle eye their roles in "Come to the
)ance," which opened for a two-week run Tuesday at the
ronut Grove Playhouse.
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rood will towards all men" was exemplified last week in the
kelp extended to the USO by members of the Jewish Weliare
rd Armed Services Committee over the holidays. Mrs.
ly Manoil, Mrs. Frank Delford and Mrs. Joseph Press are
lown at a party given for servicemen from Homestead Air
se ana other local military installations, with the cooper a-
of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Mrs. liouis Glas-
r is JWB Armed Services chairman for the Miami lCTlira.
ituaries
MISS ROSE J NEUBAUER
-.v Itth ave .11. i t>
Mil Injuries xustuln.-d wh.n an
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KW |i' p "as ii l, .1, i.i fur
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MRS. SARAH DRANOFF
k.i ii" mow her* six
re ax., from Philadelphia,
Ii .-inviNi-d hy u .I.iukIi-
CONDOLENCE BASKETS
MSHLY PACKED
ad DtUVHED WITHIN
- iNf NOVI -
FRUIT CIRCUS
1698 S.W. Flogltr Tor.
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<'' JvJlred IKx'lle. \*0*,_4nler, JStel
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bj Newman Kunerui il
NATHAN SFRINSKY
K(, of "ill llth
three yearn ago from i Mann..
...- II. He Ih survived b i
ti.-|>ln-
Hii.l burial wen
local in nts by Klversio
I Chapel
/"Cost* to the Dancer**-* comedy
pbout a group of people living to-
gether in a brownstone house in
New York City, made its world
premiere bow at the Coconut
Grove Playhouse on Tuesday for
a two-week engagement.
Written by Nellise Child, who
also wrote "Sister Oakea" and
many popular mystery novels, the
production features an all-star
cast, including Dennis King, Isobel
Elsom. Irene Castle, Teddy Hart,
Eli Mintz, Dorothy Konrad, Tom-
mie Baxter, Laurence' Watson and
Don Gar.try.
The production is being co-
produced by George S. Engle and
' Owen Phillips, with Phillips di-
recting. Sots are by Robert
Soule, a Tennessee Williams pro-
tog* who was responsible for do-
signing tho sots for "Orpheus
Descending" and "Garden Dis-
trict."
Dennis King, a long-time Broad-
way favorite, having starred in at
least 13 top Broadway productions.
. soared to fame in "Rose Mane."
: took New York by storm in the be-
loved "The Vagabond King," and
swashbucklcd to even greater ac-
claim in "The Three Musketeers."
He has co-starred with Maurice
Evans in "General Burgoyne," and
in national tours with Katharine
Cornell, Ruth Gordon, Gertrude
Lawrence and Cornelia Otis Skin
ner.
Miss Elsom's most recent Broad
way appearances included "The
First Gentleman" and "The Man
in the Dog Suit" with Hume Cro-
nyn and Jessica Tandy. On televi-
sion, she starred with Ingrid Berg-
man in "The Turn of the Screw"
and recently "Misalliance," in ad-
dition to "Bourbon Street Beat,"
"Schlitz Playhouse" and many
other major dramatic television
shows. She will soon be seen in
the motion picture, "The Miracle,"
also with Dennis King.
Mrs. Castle is coming out of
retirement especially to do this
show. She appeared last 19 years
Chanuka Party Saturday
Religious Zionists of Greater
Miami will hold their annual Cha-
nuka latke party at Beth Israel
Synagogue on Saturday evening.
' Musical program will include Can-
| tor Abraham Seif, of Kncseth Is-
rael Congregation, in liturgical
selections and .Israeli songs, and
Menachem Roth, former member
of Kfar Etzion, on the chalil. Roth
will be accompanied by Carol Gray,
Hebrew High School student. Pro-
igram will also feature a film in
color, "Follow the Sun to Israel."
ago on a summer circuit tour of
Noel Coward's "Shadow Play."
Aside from establishing a now
vogue in dancing with her first
husband, Vornon, she also sot the
popular vogue for bobbed hair
for women. She was prevailed
upon to accept the role of Maude
in "Come to the Dance" by Miss
Child.
Teddy Hart has appeared in
"Room Service," "Three Men on
a Horae," "See My Lawyer" with
Milton Berle, and was the leading
comedian opposite Mary Martin in
"One Touch of Venus." He is the
brother of the late Lorenz Hart of
the Rodgers and Hart song-writing
duo.
-The-srcay relates how a -group of
people living together in a brown-
stone house in. New York adjust
themselves to living with each
other, and becoming independent
of their children, who are now
grown and have children of their
own.
Matinee performances will be on
i Wednesday and Saturday at 1:30
I p.m., with the Sunday night cur-
1 tain going up at 7:30 instead of the
; weekly 8:30. There will be no per-
\ formance on Monday evenings.
Mrs. Maurice Goldberg (left), 625 42nd St.. tendered a shower
reception in honor of the former Miss Sarah Kaplan (center) at
the Algiers hotel last week. Mrs. Murray Kaplan, the bride's
mother, looks on. The wedding, also at the Algiers, took place
Saturday evening. Groom is Jerry Stein, of Jersey City, N.J.
Free Tutoring
Available
SOL KAUFMAN
II, Miami resident, formerly of CM-
..in... .IIm1 Iro. 23. He la surv I
hi* wife. Rose; two daiiKhl.ru. Harsh
Gottlieb, Coral Gable*, an.I I. I
iimn. Chlcuao; one son. William. Chi-
cago; and six grandchildren ft
und Imrlal were In Chicago l>er. 87.
with I.k-iiI arrangements by Riverside
\l, in.ilal Chapel.
JACK ABRAMS
61. of SOI BW Sth ave., died Dec. It.
A men'* clothing salesman, he cam
here ten years ago from Ithaca, N.Y.
Surviving are his wife, Bessie: a son,
Arthur; three eraudchlldrcn. two sis-
ters and a brother. Services and
Lakeside
Memorial Park
"The South's most beautiful Jewish cemetery'
JE 1-5369
I. wt.l were In Ithacaf, with local
emciua by Riverside Memorial
' Chai
ABRAHAM FEIN8ERO
'M. of 111 SW 11. (Hob
aeo' from 'leve and.
y. and a bn tbi I Serv- I
wen Dec at di n Funeral j
Home, .iii i. in..l In III S< bo C*i
_______
MRS. ROSA A. OLASER
7.".. of it. I St.. died Dec. :'-'
She came here 15 years ago from
Icllne, Mass., and was a mei
of Temp Incl Id*
a son anil dauKhter. Services were
Dec. 23. with burial In Brookllne.
ALBERT LEVINS
J9. of 6 Qnrland ave Surfslde. died
I'..- II He came here seven years
mk<> from Newton. Mass.. and was a
real estate br riving are his
wife. Frieda: son. Kdward: sad on.,
daughter, Irene. He also leaves tl
brothers Barvlcea wsre Dec.' 14 at
ralde Memorial Chapel. Normandy
tale, with burial In Grareland Park.
SAMUEL BOTFAN
7. of 120 N\V 7th ave., died Dec 20
He came here Jo years ago from New-
ark. N.J. Surviving are his wife.
Minnie: hon. Joseph; .laughter, Mrs
Ad. II Kati; and sister, Mrs. I-ena
Scblmtl.r He also leaves two grand-
I'hlldren. Hrrvl.es were Dec. 13 at
Gordon Funeral Home, with burial in
A free week of tutoring is the
Chanuka gift awaiting elemen-
tary, junior or senior high student*
who enroll for the first time with
Metro Tutoring Service between
now and the end of the year.
The free offer is being made to
acquaint Greater Miami students
with the relocation of Metro's main
office from its present address at
7969 NE 2nd ave. to more access-
ible quarters at 204 Biscayne
blvd.
As of Doc. 15, Metro's nine-
branch, county-wide network has
its central office at this sHe to
assist in making qualified tutors
available at moderate rants in
all parts of Dado county to ttu-
dents of all ages who want to
raise their grades.
Amonf its divisions are a i
cal language department, niarhc
matics, asjti an income lax coun-
seling service.
RefresrisaT*'snfr English language
courses ffj* adults and remedial
reading programs are also offered.
To qualify for the free week of
tutoring, new students must enroll
by Jan. 1, although tutoring
does not have to start until aft) r
the first of the year.
Republicans to Gather Here
Republicans and friends of the
GOP from all parts of the state
will gather in Miami next month
to rally the Florida party for next
year's presidential and congres-
sional elections. The occasion
will be a SlOO-a-plate "apprecia-
tion" dinner, according to an an-
nouncement by Loren M. Berry,
of Miami Beacn, chairman of the.
Republican finance committee.
DUE TO OUR
EXPANSION
we have an opening
for a qualified
SALESMAN
meeting the Jewish public.
Excellent opportunity with
progressive organization. Car
essential. Call Mr. M.H. Levins]
MO 1-7693
or write to
MOUNT NEBO
5505 N.W. 3rd Street
P.O. Box 44-367
Miami, Florida
LIOAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni illVHN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business und*r th.< fictitious name of
M.TV t T4th
ith Miami Hen. h Intenda to
r.-nlster said name with the Clerk of
.it Court of l>nds Coanty,
Florida.
NEII. I.EXToN
I/l-8-H-n
SAVE by the 11th
EARN horn the 1st
PER
ANNUM
(current rate)
"One of Ihe Nation's
O/desI and lafgesi
0ade Federal
,/AVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION ol MlAMl
n M tlPION Pi-.,dent
5 Conveni'enr offices Serve Dade County
RESOURCES EXCEED 145 MILLION DOLLARS


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Eltood fair kosher markets will be closed Sundays-
On behalf of the FOOD FAIR KOSHER
MARKETS, their employees and famines,
may we extend to you and your families
best wishes for a joyous and healthy
NEW YEAR!
BECAUSE OF YOUR FAITH AND UN-
DERSTANDING, we pledge to continue our
efforts to bring to you the very finest in
KOSHER MEATS AND POULTRY at the
lowest possible prices.
BECAUSE OF YOU, FOOD FAIR
KOSHER DEPT. has grown to be the most
outstanding and reputable Kosher food
processors recognized among the Jewish
public for its many years of fair dealing.
Again we wish you
"A HAPPY NEW YEAR'


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luary 1. I960 +Jewlsti fhrHfan Page 7/ "" &f ft HI 'i %  jjji l i i J Li^ %  jFW"TR^ B ^l^F^RF*/" "|RFr \wh riedland (left), president of Food Fair Properties and of the board of Food Fair Stores, signs agreement lell Wolfson, president of Wometco Enterprises, as [ left to right) Richard Wolfson, Roger Smith and Stan: on. Richard Wolfson is assistant to the Wometco Couple Aid Medical Clinic the gift of s Miami i Israel Histadrut has create a new medical Emek. rs. Nathan Nash reled the funds for the |t of the clinic, part of rast Kupat Ilolim proel, which they will see their names during iming visit to the JewThejr are life trustees of the Home for the Aged, where they recently presented a completely equipped room. Mr. and Mrs. Nash are also members of Temple Emanu-El. Mrs. Nash is a member of the Temple Auxiliary and a Godmother of Mt. Sinai Hospital. >r Zionistt and lang Labor Zionist movtind Mrs. Nash cams lach 18 years ago. Spinoza forum Opens Season Series of 12 lectures on "The Art I of Happy Living" will be launched Saturday evening at the opening I of the 26th year of the Spinoza I Outdoor Forum, 11th st. and Ocean also hold life mem-; ct. The scries will be given by Dr. Brsndeis University, Abraham Wolfson, founder of th? featkmy, and Miami Spinoza Forum. The opening lecling School for Retardture will include a program of folk l songs by Mrs. Sonia Weiss. iw it's easy to get the RACES must TO Ml TO TlOrKMPMK m IOU0W TMSMNI Modern Theater Planned at 163rd Street Center This area is assured of the most modern theater to be built in many years, to be located in an addition t<> the narrtP r *t> S h opping; eerr-f t< i. by a long-term lease signed here by Samuel Friedland, president of Food Fair Properties, Inc.. developers of the shopping center, and chairman of the board and founder of Food Fair Stores, Inc., and Mitchell Wolfson, president of Wometco Enterprises, Inc., which will operate the theatre. The addition to the 163rd Street Shopping Center, of which the 163rd Street Theater will be the dominating clement, will add seven acres to the 46 acre shopping complex, already the largest shopping in the country. Bids are now being let out for construction. Construction will start in January and completion will be July 1, 1960. A. Herb Mathes. AIA. of Miami Beach, is the architect for the 80,000 square-feet addition. The leasing deal between Food Pair Properties, which operates 18 shopping centers along the Eastern Seaboard, and Wometco Enterprises, was handled for Food Fair by Roger S. Smith, assistant general manager, and Stanley L. Stem, of the theater chain's real ostato department. Honry P. Briggs, of" Hollywood, Fla., was the procuring broker for the long-term lease. According to a statement issued by Friedland. the 163rd St. Shop ping Center is now averaging from 135 million to $40 million gross annual business. He anticipates that after the addition, which will include 12 new tenants, has been open a full year, the center's gross should exceed $50 million annually. Wolfson has revealed these details of the theatre, which will represent Wometco's 26th theater unit in Florida: Roominess and a restful decor will greet the new theater's patrons from its spacious patio entrance to a massive, all-purpose screen, the largest permanent installation in Florida. Between these two extremes of the building will be luxury seats fixed at a full 42 inches, back-to-back, giving an additional ten. inches of leg room over the standard 32-inch arrangement. Ralph Biernbaum is executive head of Food Fair Properties, Inc., with the titles of vice president and general manager. In addition to theaters in Greater Miami, West Palm Beach, and Tampa, Wometco Enterprises, owns and operates television station WTVJ, ch. 4 in Miami, and WLOS-TV, ch. 13 in Asheville, N.C. ILV THRU JANUARY 18 IT TIME 1:30 vice Direct to Track IGHTLY — POST TIMI 7:45 TEA rARI-HUTUIk UTTI** fATIQIUl RUttl fl MM • AIMMMMII IHUVtM 1. Ulil Young Judeans Map Conclave Members of Young Judea ranging in age from 10 to 17 will attend the annual pre-senior cooclave at Camp Owaissa Bauer, Naranja, Fla., Jan. 1 to 3, it was announced by Mrs. Alfred Karg and Paul Kwitney, co-chairmen of the Greater Miami Council for Zionist Youth. Designed as a weekend of fun and sports with educational events, the local conclave is supervised by trained adult teachers and parents. Members of Young Judea and nonaffiliated young people are invited to attend. Application forms are available at Young Judea. P.O. Box 50416, Gratigny, Miami, Fla. ROOFING CO. W M Veen la %  vpa. aha** Re-i eeftel A Repair* All Typo Beets — Slice IfM ASK FOR FREE ESTIMATES ON ROOFING Phopp Ht 34244 Norton Tire Co. SINCE MM OPEN 24 HOURS "MtT 5300 N.W.~ 27tr AVt If W MOMICH TIRE PRICES REDUCED 5 o 25 0 LOWEST PRICES IN YEARS B. P. GOODRICH RILL RETREADS 750x14 Latest Treod Daily Looks A Ween Like Now. Saafareea tike Now WHITEWALLS 14" TIRES SOI hr Tire 7.7S* •Mill S.4S* •Mill .S* •Mil-Mxl4 t.45* 15" TIRES SOI ftrVa ••*•• a.s* Tllill A.70* 10.4S* Miiis— I:I> it 10.95* &f Mce> letUa rat Taa-WaM Ta fctre Hi a rt wtltMM The er MUM BRAKES RELINED ALL FOUR WHEELS WHILE YOU WAIT! First Qaality OrlgiMl Eayii-ot Irak* Liaiar. I Parts FORD CHEV. PLYM. All Other American Cars Mr GUARANTEED 10.000 Ml. OR 1 FULL YEAR 2 STORES ONLY MIAMU it* m. puaua sf. MUNI uacai IIM inn asas EASY CREDIT TOW NAM! THfl Tit MS W 6ETS YOU ROLLING NORTON *; TIRE' %  0RH MIANI N.vr. rtt AVE. MIAMI INI U. lri ML MIANI W. rUOUR ST. MUNI HAW IIM MTM MAD MIAMI SIAW Till MMTT AVt %  HTM MIAMI I MM AN. TM) AVL n SfRTN MXIE MRT. SMITH MIAMI SSM SMITH DIXIE •VS. I SAMWSKI M.YD. MSMHTIIR III S. KR0ME AVt, KIT WEST Ml 8AHN ST.



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r~ce : .-^k^istfkrrHv CJA Co-Chairmen Bring Know-How to Campaign of ReaJeraUoo HA 4ort* B| J raaka of reaVr.tir.-. 4^ JewMfc ApfaJ. %  • %  a* cart*" Se: 'C %  : ~ --li •" %  -en i ; ;--.-'* ;i-wiai < -, -. --.--•--, -. „ ?: %  *' % % %  -:: %  —.-• %  \" %  --. .-.' %  v.raj haa %  • end 'art -t3. •*- --..-•,-. 5--. -; .'... %  : %  I • JAY I. K1SLAK %  been i %  ; >: %  He has keen ci:r w J tua-, Ward af gov.r^T" rlnory hoard* r lit ssanii J Jewiah Baate for th. *aai Health Society. Jr. ,. b T Ouldrea'a Serrc, AmenJ lab Comanatta*. an n, cocamittee af the I t] He participated :• the Diwuoa of the Co:ne j | Appeal far aevera] m,, year workaa ia 'fie ou have not triad that delightfultastini natural health aid. Call today for >our first order learn how rt may help yaa and — predict you will continue using it for • !l f. lon ,,me A k Y<** oortor about N • %  T Valley Water. MOUNTAIN VALLEY WATER Phone FR 3-24*4 Ml S.W. trh Si ^•'•^•+*S-*+m*^*^^m**>~' TH"1.\ TITY 1.1 \s\ i o FROeiTS — rVRMTVIf TOW Ut. JJ2, C ; 4 ." SS £2**f rTiaVT '-t, MJ. CWMsawa,^,, T. ., -14ll ..GORDON FUNERAL HOME m*Wh Pi.^ f tmith fuMrtl mm FR 3-3431 FRanklin 9-1436 710 S.W. I2fh A,.. Miami lr. Business Man Mrs. Housewife Agod Thrift Shop. need clean clothing. ]lxq J^.lamp..cUheapoU BBSAaaa THE HOME THRIFT SHOP 57 N.W. 27th Ave alfies COMPLETE HALLMARK GREETING CARD DEPARTMENT ANO CHOCOUTE SHOPPE p hone JEI-5538 MIAMI SUNDRIES cow MTMT HOWARD JOHNSON'S ICE CREAM 1664 ALTON



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; January 1. I960 tfmistnrrlcftrw Pag. 5-A m uJ *a SAVE for a purpose BUILD ^ FUTURE SECURITY The quickest way to a new home, ear, boat, education and family security it through a Dade Federal Special Purpoae Savings Account. At Dade Federal there's a specially designed savings account to reach your goal in record time. Your record—your Dade Federal Savings passbook. The time—whatever limits you set. And—to help your account along— Dade Federal currently adds a generous four percent dividend annually to your savings dollar. Save as much as you like and as often as you like. So, speed your way to a special goal of your own with a Dade Federal Special Purpose Savings Account. FREE TRANSFER OF YOUR FUNDS PROM ANY POINT IN THE U. S. A. Dade Federal Makes No Charge For This Service. Opsm or Add to Your Dadm Fsdfal Savings Account by ihs> ana tarn Dtvioendt rrofn fn# St % Dsde Federal savings account* ai Insured by the Federal Savings and 1 Loan Insurance Corporation. FREE PARKING AVAILABLE "FLAGLER at FIRST* Main Office Floater al First : Allopotfoh Bremen 1400 N.W. 36th St 5 CONVENIENT OFFICES TO SERVE YOU North Miami Branch 13J70 M.W. 7th Ava. I Tamiami Branch 1901 S.W. Bth St. Edison Center Branch StOO N.W. 7th Ave. RESOURCES EXCEED 145 MILLION DOLLARS J



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Page 10-A *Jenl§tntr*M9f> Ttidaj. January \ Gurion, Bevin Seen 'Similar 7 LON1 Londc %  blar., David Ben-Gurion of Israel and one %  -: Bev Secretarv during the final period Bn:. :;, -e in Palt-::ne. The ax:./ reriea in UK Times' Literarj plement of Ben-Gorton's book. •The Bebirtn and Destiny of Israel, „ppeared Britain The Prime Minister, Ma Bevin, tK review declared, "i$ a shrewd and tough politician, who love* his friends, hates his opponents and recognises realities without shrinking from trying to change them." The Premier'^ "bravethe TteM -Cared, was his order in 194$ tc sink the Irgun-chartered ship, the Atalena. ;n which he showed his uncompromi-ing de termination to impose the rule of Jaw in th* new *ta:e." The ba?.c problem now. said the Tiroes, is the relationship between Israel and Zionism on the premise that "Israel cannot allow ,tself to be dictated tc by an outside body, despite the debt of gratitude Is rael owes to American and Eurc pean Z nism, "which were the first to make the idea of the return a practical p. U LIGAL MOTlC| NOTICE UNOEaT riCTiT.ou* KAMI",.. te undrralfnwl. 4i, I'KPK uwjpj ti ^*bt MIW, mlmmt. .i i I,JI,„ "Ircutl Coit of |i.Z Florida. JOHN XjCX n M rn:i • %  -y for J at j \ m w Seme 100 students participated in a Chanuxa menorah building contest at North Shore Jewish Center. Winners included left to right Joseph Rubin, Linda Stem, Jerald Canned, Morton Braverman, Susan Rubel, Charles Braverman, and Arnold LEGAL NOTICE Davis. Teen-Agers to Voice Their Uncensored Opinions on Parent and Family Life NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOLS NAME LAW i r.jtaxtIn \l TY Owaen Chesed Shel [mess Meeting Butterl i Shel E Will meet Monday. 1 p.m.. at Beth El Congregate il be Mrs. Sam Geltner, in honor of the enga. I her son. Herbert, to Miss Marcia Levine. Kcliccy Greetings to All Our Friends and Patrons Fenton & Muskat REALTORS 529 41st ST.. MIAMI BEACH Phone JE 8-0631 A HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL MY FRIENDS D. C. Ken not t FIRE CHIEF Miami Beach Florida NOTICE LSOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW <*• In %  %  TXER %  Are parents over-protective" Do three-minute speeches. Martha Al teen-agers have fear?Where dod pert and Keith Kashuk will defeat) discipline end and inde; -.nd the three impromptu speaker* begin? Do teen-agers have respect will be Stive Katz. Kar>tein Struhl for adults and authority? T and other question* will be heard will from the at the Tuesda;. > nee. of the Miami Beac: „„ Norman RlJ „ pTA School in the school auditonum. r hc Mr*. D. Donald Smith. : chairman of the pro will conduct a short business meetgram. me it, k L It i* the plan : ni Beach ,., ,. Tied in with the theme of School PTA %  honor a de program this month on Parent partment of the school each year and Family Life.' the subject will at a regular PTA meeting 'B be "Lets Get Acquainted With cause of tr.eir work in outside com— Parents Problem*." Studentin petition, the Speech Department.. IN THE COUNTY JUOGE COURT the Speech Department of the under the direction of Mr* RichIN ANO F0R *DE COUNTY school will participate and voice ard Gfllen, has been invited to par FLOR 'NO 4? to be heard at thi* PTA. meeting will be ("hark? Homer lent of the National Fop League of the school. Ol th r,jU|o,,nt. | Ma*a. *a4 W WII hwai? NOTICE TO CREDITORS Ila\. 1 1 .', IN THI CIRCUIT COURT or T ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITAL FLORIDA. IN ANO FOR oilfl COUNTY. IN CHANCF?*. 1 *] N. aC1077l ""• %  vivri'.irE Koi'PKi. t. I K.-IMKH Koi ills %  < I'lalntlffa, vs. un 8. COUC and WIJIAM' JANXETTK > tvln' NOTICU UY RUnLICATlON m MORTGAQt rORECLOSuni SI IT T.. K. .KBCIxmi; "„*, I •s.\m, > A %  > %  — uakwno. notified thai %  llliMp-fj to f..ccloa a ,.. .;.• on lh following •'•-H: .Ml nlah < taiaad or bvrrlnaf-.ib* oriaalaa. k. h Muml Av.au*. M nl % l..u ax* n-frrr4 to \n r BU lalnt harctofnrv fi:. |, i* hlcli contain, a <1 ilalai—t of mpUlajt to forsrloar wid t%f baa •*• %  fll*d aj %  u ar r*n tbfI. KM w r IdLoMti.v, i l.m -..In Road, -Minn. and flic lb* ortclna! A T I1din In th* orrtcof th. <"ir-ult Court, on h of January. iMu. |f % %  judjtmeni l,v 4,(1 •• at M I 'MM thi. Tth day of r-ro A !• IIKATrUERMA % % % %  %  rtn4M> Coua: y •avail By: KM 1 \ \l tN UAN v m*xm2sr y !"'* •*>* puiatif. I Suit. Miami Ib-ai-h T> Plocida 1: 11-tl-n.l TO ALL GREETINGS ED. MITENIUS "TRAILER HOMES" NEW and USED Enjoy Red Carpet Service 2390 N.W. 79th St. OX 1-7541 Greetings to All John Fusco S0UTHSIDE SERVICE STATION CAR WONT GO ? ? ? 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!! Page 4-A h>f//'/lnr/'*v Friday. Jan, ayl "Jewish Floridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 FRED K. SHOCKET E ditor and Publisher LEO M1NDLIN Executive Editor ISRAEL BUREAU 202 Ben Yehuda — Tel Aviv, Israel RAY U. BINDER Correspondent New German Atmosphere News from West Germany these days is increasingly disguieting. The defacing of the months-old Cologne Synagogue early this week severely challenges the reiterated assertions by Germany's leadership that anti-Smitism is on the wane. Chancellor Konrad Adenauer's apology to the Jewish community is one that could be expected. His devotion to the principles of democracy is unguestioned. But the government's increasing tendency to overlook the existence of former high Nazis in positions of prominence, as well as the courts' growing boredom with cases related to war criminals and manifestations of anti-Semitism, are all signs of a "new" German atmosphere. It is not too difficult to understand how the murderers of six million Jews could deface the recreated Cologne Synagogue when the Premier of Schleswig-Holstein last week described de-Nazification as "unbearable." Nor are the German people to be expected to take seriously the enormity of their offense to all humankind when our own government, in the face of one-time "iron-clad" Allied restrictions against the infamous cartels, turns a cynical eye away from the monstrous Krupp empires rising anew. Many Germans are indeed contrite. Some bear the personal tragedy of being unable to shake the guilt of their countrymen's wrongdoing. But the Cologne Synagogue affair is an example of the more prevalent feeling, before which it can do no good to tell the Premier of Schleswig-Holstein that if he finds de-Nazification unbearable, how must the Six Million have felt. Interpreting Major Events The 1959 calendar year is ended. Durinq the past 12-month period, The Jewish Floridian added an increasingly frequent "extra" to its weekly editions. In the form of attractively-produced supple, ments, we have sought to interpret major events by word and picture so that our readers would be kept informed of Jewish community affairs here and throughout the nation. In the early part of the calendar year The United 1 £52? ^ i,S eaders -^S !" n? 0 J T S h Appeal and Israel Boi > supplements. As the spring brought an end to the winter season, our Editorial Department, in an me nnt U „ P T nt Pr Sented de P ,h udy 1 ^uT Women 0nVen,i0n ^ f ^* ^ th* Aciol the J.wish Weekly. J*' mb y' n \ n t i' wontf*'"" Ne *' Agency. S.vej i** !" ." !" VWMMBES *••" •' Service. National Editorial ""• F d p re „ Ann. Engliih-Jewiih NtwpiP"""d "• f The Jewlih Floridian i The' ||OW THAT Ne W yTj %  NeUon Rock.^"^ dined, some new !" •WwRichsrdN.xoB^. President of the l mt -rf Reflecting the „ pim leeel Republican U k they virtually county, 0?! national convent„ m *' mer This city's morning daily reports that only the pre-.rr nrrcial television time assures the convention aa scheduled : ,. it published another report last weekend, in which >. during the week an I HVO it • • by LEO MINDLIM SUBSCRIPTION One Vear .5.00 A T E S ..~, Three V.arj $1000 Volume 34 Friday. January I, I960 1 Teveth 5720 Number 1 CJA's Campaign Leadership Subsequent to the many planning sessions concerning the profound problem the Greater Miami Jewish community must face realistically as it goes into the Combined Jewish Appeal campaign, and the budgetary presentations by the agencies involved placing minimum needs at a figure in excess of S3 million, the acceptance last week of the 1960 CJA general chairmanship by Sam Blank and Harold Thurman augurs well for at least a sound foundation upon which to proceed. Both of these men are not newcomers to Federation, the general and Jewish communities, or to campaigning. They have held a great variety of top leadership positions heretofore, and their acceptance of this qiqantitask is by all means commendable They will be joined by a corps of co-chairmen, all of whom are in the ranks of Federals active leadership. This combinahem 0 f experience and know-how is one that should prove equal to the las* of dynamiting Greater Miarru Jewry out of its entrenched position on iund-raising for agency needs hoJ* S *T ld ^ ls be cble ,0 Penetrate the hearts and minds of workers and g iVeis al.ke so tha once and for all Miami can measure up th* nmnh f are CWUlia: Numerically the number of g,ver3 to the Combined Wh Appeal must be increased; while^intnSlv' the measure of giving must be extended accep!?d P ,r h ,ren h q e e re ^J^^ ^ =a^efi:^-F-" mercial television time assures the convention as scheduled < it published another report last weekend, in which wine somewhat startling conclusion that Just about nothiJ Khrushchev, himself, can prevent the inevitable Mr. Nixon This stems from the rather tenuous supposition that tat President's trip to Moscow was in Urge pert responsible for the Sowel Premier to come to the United States, •urn prompted the subsequent Eisenhower acquiescence to 1 meeting. Should an unreasonable Khrushchev posture upset tati Niaon '.popularity would automatically decline. 1 have no desire to debate this absurd punditry except to u nut its far more subtle implication—that no one but a <'ummunut| • th* rising Nixon tide. It is to be hoped that the t 1' • lection will not sink to such a low level, but it wo !" '•'he : anticipate guarantees against it, if we are to judge byl candidate's past performancel All of which i> by way of saying that VS. Sen Paul r*J t) 111 pn -cnted a refreshing antidote to fabricated journalist! polltl upportunism at .1 meeting in behalf of Yeshiva Umv lasi Sunday Appearing at the Fontainebleau hotel. Sen. D • of institutions like Yeshiva as an answer to in !" rmity which, he declared, tries lo destroy honest sociolopt] among people in the name of promoting a false fac* unity. ,M M0f $r*tP4TWTIC VlfW DROFESSIN5 HIS PROFOUNDEST belief in cultural pi^ %  wr.in -1 m| of human affairs seem to such n than in the kind that would railroad a political 1 date into offm well U-fore election day and that'would impute( muni pponeat. ,;,: 5l .ted support of lMtituT:->ns ^ or learning like Yeshiva lor the -;ikc of a conJrKuti *' he declared, "weV\e not inttllectu I. --is the inclination \ !mir| tenon—m industry That, p ..hu| Knnco Fermi and Han,I,I l r<> w..uld I .• unknewn bat for search in the development of the atomic bomb. Him-elf bighlj sensitiTe to th.worth of meafoHetterSeal did not condemn actioa "11 we know where we ere going" m ing. however, hi• cru.cism for thoc farms of actual without direction. MN Of mm* A$ mi V Of ACTIOH gDUCAT.ON AND ETHICS are in this regard a fundament sity. as the Senator sees it. f„ r M K-ial morality b the 10 steering wheel 0 | unbridled knowledge In different wor.ithe u. .. ; l '.';." r r, ; "-: '"l :'.s.„,, • Character and CUIM re irH luc.ted society, for one uithatl is often and and sometimes dangerous. offered an eocyclopedic^ huntn Zl ""•'" '" ,h m and ^"^ Who coitnsJ 'J % %  that an isolation of the*e S '* %  % % % %  u intellectually sUrved or even I** willi he broad .e.uirement oVco^emrx^ T hit is now our duty as a nation to begin to n .'; : i -no, action. In h. he obs.n I .Hal %  1 %  "' "' %  ': n \ ,'' VaU l able c n,r """'on. for Jew. tradaa] Yfshh.. he said, ,n addition to offering variety „ ',.;:;:-'. ; % % % % % % %  > %  *>> ^, hom.ge* 0 re.t Mirhelean by stressin equal respect to the great •V.,cans_here the Senator s.ng •n-w.th s-railar emph.us in thee led the Labors 1 S, m May f a biennia l of IrMj^ 0 ,? 1 rder on MiQ mi Beach was S 5 Th 6 Jewish Florid a "-while ^S linal months of the 1959 calendar v SS^r^ Moscow Radio and Peace ttffl n nda re< 3 I0 nal convention of V fll *— "-•the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith? and ^^ .ation and ethic, thus merge int. .Sl.M %  ,—Hed'the proper goal a a k -niif the encyclopedic recounting of "Wure the Senator', point-. •'->• %  >! his own broad academic ba back % %  ^ ^u* *** *hm the reven ""' meaningful and exemplary. ieSS?to as s 1 r* hey have be to sJrve the co^uifty!^ ^^ ** to inform, the special sup^ent fiTeSS your way during 1959 have been dedicated^ the proposition that an informed nvJ?V odcU fame strength of an inio^ljl^ 811113 U the Soviet Union cnuc i. u„ the present Iran-Irag dispute and 5 S s H t deny responsibility for the rW leader8 of the international a om,c r„n [ n 9 S,Q,US certainly can not rlr,^ ntro1 ,allcs 'hey UammaLy XI l0 !" !" mui |''y from the in 7 their radio" staSons seem !" **!* !" 'ha, broadcasting. be in creasingly hese A tt Xr s C 8 S e a r aC,9r from the kind of thing TwhTch T^ Y iS br internal affairs and do no, h^"' 6 Uni n 3 legally true. But how can he vl S ma V be w. Bam, nm 0f -—„,„ &f denf^'Ye^vT'. 0 Kr '' e,ing Sund, yDr Smuel Belkin. J ^ %  t witted the many ex-generabj "', lie.ame college profaeaors at the o.nduH I World Vai n ,r ,"• % % %  p mr aae u r. at the o.nciow he declared, "I would prefer aj lll.r; Dosatbaa accolade he could offe| r mo, hi, ,'V er,a nly '••••rs-ed. But it w-> abe > "human soc-iety. Pre^choing S-n I> • %  rombining „, v biva president suggested Oe p"h learning. -For learning." Dr Bel* "' 'Is. Imt deeds do not neeaasarUy lead to e are to achieve a worthwhile IBIS u -• •" acnirve a wortawniie cry f rom government by umnlornwd '""" mi,r <* he u „; e.,: ;:* pd ,o *• ***• Z f.c-. *** MnguS,,*"^ "•'"xier ,! f ,r,r • 'otal?"r: ,,0ned '"en^ o7th7cul^e"aod"k-*



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1, 1960 -JmlsttrhrMXui Page 3-B la Committee of Yeiversity held its 73rd %  r celebration dinner linebleau hotel Sunwas Miami Beach [Harold Spaet, whose |was busy making init the cocktail party aner in a black silk aed with black silk Etra was striking cade ensemble. Her a figure-molding er matching bolerohad three-quarter [a dark ranch mink ick silk crepe waa Ansin in a low ine with the fabric completely around jamall puffed sleeves The wide crushed was of the same Fruchtman, whose guest of honor, rder blue damask g ow n asymetrically draped across the bodice, with the drape continuing down the skirt to the hemline. Her gown had threequarter length sleeves, a scooped neckline, and she wore a large white orchid. A reunion between Mrs. Alex Miller and U. S. Sen. Paul Douglas, guest speaker, found Mrs. Miller still addressing her former college teacher as "Professor." She wore a black chantilly lace shirtwaist-styled dress, with the lace scallops forming the edging down the front of the dress. Her black satin gloves were from Rome. • • • lylRS. Dave Levinson wore a m three-piece champagne and gold ensemble. Her skirt and jacket were in a gold brocade, and her blouse was of eggnog-colored satin. Gold braid encircled the neckline, and was repeated around her bracelet-length sleeves and the bottom of her Jacket Gowned in dusky pink silk organza was Mrs. Jonah Caplan. Her entire bodice was draped aid pleated in semi-circular design that started at the scooped neckline. The skirt was a full flare. MMfKSarl Wainhh h brought stardom premiejes locally when producerForeman, opens a at Studio M. [Miss Foreman from ining tele-play by the production will Jen in the title role is youth released •ool and faced with ect of "no place to ien will be Trudy laton, Jay P. Fax, sy Ferbozi, Pat restoo and Susannc Gardner, Bruce te Krasner, Macky ke Dundee, Elaine I Messinger, Ina BinLa Fontine. Set Is m. AND MtS. UMB Bergers Mark 20th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Walter Berger, 140 SW 52nd ave., were to celebrate 20. years of marriage on New Year's eve. The Bergers have lived here for the past 15 years, coming from Brooklyn, N. Y. Their two children, Alvin and Warren, are married. There are six. grandchildren. Sunday will be given by .and Men's Club of Agudath Israel on Sunday morning, according to Mrs. Esther Lerman and Herman Weintraiib, presidents. .KASHA of course! A •fwimisW standby w99 ofo—fiwiy 0O#a Kctno i, Kasha KnJsnes, and less than 2* a serving I ^Ur:Owfbntrpi|... Kc nn y...Wiir l u >fa9 KASHA COOK BOOKi Pom Yost, Nra York \AMEANS^&\ !•• FOOO SPECIALTIES. Enclu.lv. Distributers STREET. HIALEAH. PLA. — PHONE TU 7-1S71 ON SAL! AT G


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r, January 1, 1960 fJewlst ffotrtdUan Page 11-A \oscow Links 'Millionaire Zionists,' Aggression !' Continued from Pag* i-A Wi become a profitable market and the source of huge proffor imperialism," but the ficonspiracy" did not emerge .1 oil was discovered in Arab Is. Then, in 1929, according to Communist allegation, the ish Agency was formed by ernational monopolists "who to that time had not been ofcially connected with Zionism." le Jewish Agency was said to Jtrol "the trends" of Premier vid Ben-Gurion's policies. Acrding to Moscow, "the Jewish |ency was presided over by Warburg, a partner in the lericnn-German bank — Kuhn, tb, and Company." For a long e, Moscow claims, "the Warrgs have been cooperating th the Rockefellers. The secman in charge of the Agency is the chairman of the I.C.I. jst in Britain, Lord Melchitt, man who monopolized the lufacture of dynamite and Ipowder. The Jewish monopoPalcstine Potash, was headed the former Viceroy in India, fd Lytton. The president of British Shell Oil Company became an influential partof the Zionists. „ord Samuel, the former BritHih Commissioner in Pe leehat his (liar* of th* deal. was lator given the cheirmenof th* Zionist monopoly, stint Electric, which was m a 70-year concession for Of the hydroelectric power [the Jordan River." loscow said that Zionism "aftreaching agreement with innational capitalism, started to fcparc for the decisive leap upthe Near East. It was planned It a Jewish Zionist state was I be set up at the time of the %  eral offensive launched by Western o i I monopolies linst the Arab countries." .Hacking the Mapai party, gcow said that, "behind the luir of the Mapai party, stand businessmen who find lism a profitable enterprise." main pillar of Mapai was to be "Histadrut. the biggest talist organization in Israel, present funds estimated at _> less than one billion dol—a lot of money for a small itry like Israel" loscow charged "the main pre jpation of Histadrut's busitlTINGS BITS GARAGE Genera] Repairs All Models 232 S.W. 2nd Ave. Phone FR 1-6804 heVfflRi Is the making of moTP profits from colonizing Israel. Next, they dream of colonizing neighboring territories, and this impels them to fellow an aggressive foreign policy." Attacking Israeli operations in Africa, Moscow said "Mapai's so-called Socialists are anxious to try their hand at exploiting the Negroes." The broadcast claimed that Israel plans to become "a big commission agency for the American and West European capitalists throughout the Middle East, and even Africa. Moscow charged that Israel is collaborating with former Nazis in West Germany, because "operations are profitable, and business is business." In Great Briain, said the broadcast, the Zionists are "associated in boly and spirit with the Rothschild family." The Rothschilds were linked with the oil business and oil pipelines in Israel. Said Moscow: "Zionism likewise "offers Its serv-" ices to all monopolies associated with imperialist activities in any part of the Arab East." Moscow said "the Sinai adventure of October, 1956, was launched by Ben-Ourion to realize the acquisition of nearby Arab territories. The Anglo-American French plan to gain domination over the Suez Canal tallied with the plans for setting up an Israeli oil empire between the Mediterranean and the Red Sea, through the annexation of Arab territory." According to the Soviet propaganda, Israel is being prepared for new aggression by an American consortium, named as "the. American-Israeli Petroleum Corporation." Rudolf Sonneborn is identified in tne broadcast as "one of the most influential Zionist millionaires" behind the New Library UM Launches Earth was turned last week for Prayer Ban Evokes fracas Continued from Page 1-A school assemblies with the Lord's the first unit of the University of Prayer had not been questioned Miami library building. I until last winter when Supreme Joining Dr. jay r\ W. Pearson. | C ourt Justice Bernard S. Meyer president, in manning shovels for i ru,ed ,ha t n e daily reciting of the the informal groundbreaking werei N cw York state-authorized prayer William H. Stubblefield and E. L. I of ,ne b ard of regents in nearby Cotton, members of the board of Herrick should not be made mantrustees library building commitdatory. The board of regents is tee, and Dr. Archie L. McNeal, director of libraries. A small part of the S2.500.000 building for which plans have been pigeonholed for lack of funds, this unit will contain two of the nine stories designed as a stack section for UM's half-million books now on three campuses. To cost $390,574, the unit will contain 38,080 sq. ft. of floor space, will be air-conditioned and elevator-equipped. GREETINGS Weaver Rexall Drug Stores Ph Mi WORLD'* FINEST HIBISCUS A SPtCTACetAt VARIETIES /Many Exclusive f f RAREST and NIWIST IXORA HYBRID. FANSV COLORFUL CROTONS Cer fleets Make Host Aeerecletea Ottti We Ship: Seal for eer ew descriptive Hit FLOTON'S MKWnS mi NYtRIOIZEtS .W. 25th Ave. i 104th St. (farter by IMRI Street) w*e^ • i^Riiew 744 N.L 2nd Ave. S67 N.W. 62nd St. 1701 Corel Way SMI N.L ltd Ave. 5725 %  ire' Reed F* 9-9918 PI 8-9V36 Ph. Nl 6-7621 Ph. PL 4-3414 Ph. M0 1-4691 ro Ait GREETINGS IRVING RATHER ARTHUR SCHAFFEL LEATHERCRAFT UPHOLSTERERS Manufacturer* Designers Bars—Booths—Setees Cushions—Walls—Kitchen Nook REPAIRS 1425 N.W. 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Behind Rudolf Sonneborn, alleged Moscow, "is the Socony Mobil Company of the Rockefellers. They tried to get hold of oil resources in the Negev and in neighboring territories even before World War I. The financial adviser of the Rockefellers, who goes under the name of Strauss, used to be the director of Palestine Economic Corporation, the Zionist American concern." "It is not pointless to mention," the broadcast stated, that I Sonneborn's wife li the daughter of the American Zionist banker,! Schiff. who has contacts with the Rockefellers. These are the hid-1 den forces which are pushing Zionism into the oil arena, and which are backing the Israeli extremists in their aggressive policies." GUARANTY TITLE & ABSTRACT CORP. ABSTRACTS ESCROWS TITLE INSURANCE ROOM 206 BISCAYNE BUILDING MEETINGS 70 All Aaron Kmpft DESK EXCHANGE •hone NE 4-4024 New one 1 Uttd Office Furniture 2742 N.W. 35th STRUT R I G H T E R S JEWELRY CO.. Inc. 160 E. 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Friday, January 1, 1960 Page 6-B Werner-Kahn Safer, Resnikoff Say Vows Here Norma Resnikoff became the bride of Stamford J. Sater in ceremonies Friday at the Saxony hotel. Rabbi Joseph Narot officiated. The bride is the daughter of the Joseph Resnikoffs, 1526 Pennsylvania ave. The groom is the son of Mrs. Selma Sater, 1526 Pennsylvania ave., and the late Sol Sater. Matron of honor for her sisterin-law was Mrs. Shirley Reese. Harold Wolk was best man for his brother-in-law. The bride chose a floor-length gown of chantilly lace and pleated tulle with sweetheart neckline. Her corsage was a bouquet of white carnations and center white orchid. Newlywed Mrs. Sater has a degree in sociology from the University of Virginia. The groom, an engineer with Pratt-Whitney of West Palm Beach, is a graduate of the Georgia Institute of Technology. Dinner followed at the Saxony. After a Florida honeymoon, the couple will reside in West Palm Beach. MRS. STAMfORD SATER Roskins Take Mexican Holiday Miss Ingrid Klein is now Mrs. Howard E. Roskin. The daughter of Mrs. Rosi Klein, 2414 SW 19th ter., became a bride in 3 p.m. cer cmonics Sunday. Dc. 27, at the Seville hotel. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg officiated. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Roskin, 3962 SW 60th pi. Maid of honor was Miss Blandine Webster. Ronald L. Thaw was bcsl man. and ushers included Glen D Steers and John E. Lake. The bride graduated from Miami Senior High and Charon Williams Bu.-iness College. The groom is a University of Miami graduate, where he presently studies law. Reception followed at the Seville. After a honeymoon trip to Yucatan and Mexico, the couple will be at home at 36C8 SW 13th ter. Werner-Kahn MRS. HOWARD ROSKIN Univ. Students Are Married University of Miami students Jacqueline E. Kamp and Bernard Lewis Simms exchanged wedding vows Sunday in Hillel House on the University of Miami campus before Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg. Reception and dinner followed. After a honeymoon tour of Florida, the newly-weds will live at 2551 SW 27th St. Mrs. Simms is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Kamp, 2534 Ancoma ave., Coral Gables. She is a member of Phi Sigma Sigma social sorority, as well as Delta Werner Kaim MRS. JtROMt GUMCNICK Gumenicks Will Live in Richmond^ R^AAWSTS W< -! COitt The couple exchanged wedcUn. Ariel GoldbWg officiated. The former Miss Ellen Dyer Whitehead >* *• ,buch,c '1 25 and Mrs Ben B. tunningham. 25 SW 10th ave., Miami. The groom I "are Mr. and Mr. Na-',... S. Gumen.ck, 4929 Pme Tree dr. Matron of honor was Mrs. Ann W Pardo. Bridesmaids were Miss Mary Ellis Hughes and Miss Shir ley Ann Johnson, of Richmond Miss Betty Sue Grandis was flower girl. Harrv Grandis. of Richmond, was best man, and ushers were James J. Roth, Louisville. Ky.. and Samuel Leslie Whitehead. jr.. of Miami. The bride chose a silk neau de soie gown featuring a fitted bodice with scooped neckline and I fitted sleeves. Her bouffant was of intermission length, sion veil formed her crown. Newlywed Mrs. Gumenick graduate of Westhampton College The groom belonged to Phi EpsiIon Pi fraternity at the Univi of Miami. He is a builder in Rich mond. skirl Dinis a .( i I MRS. MUVIN KAT1 Katz. Prober Vows at Seville Wedding vows Sunday, Dec. 20, at the Seville hotel united in marriage Miss Anita F'ern Prolier and Melvin Harold Katz, of 561 HE 180th dr. The bride is the daughter "1 Mr. and Mrs. Lester Prober. 1413 Len ox ave., Miami Beach. %  MRS. IUUS CORDON Gordon, Burkley Vows Exchanged Mr. and Mrs. Jaraea B. Gordon were married Sunday, Dec. 27, at Beth David Synagogue. The bride is the former Hearietta Burkley, daughter of Mra. Clarence Burkley, 2020 SW 22nd ave.. and the late Mr. Burkley. The groom is the aon of Mr. and Mrs Harry Gordon. 2201 S. Miami ave., where the reception followed the ceremony. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg officiated. Newlywed Mrs. Gordon graduated from Miami Jackaon High School, and attended the University of Florida, where she was a member of Alpha Epsilon Pbi sorority. Mr. Gordon attended Miami Senior High School and the University <>f Florida, where he belonged to Pi Lambda Phi fraternity. He graduated from Eckels College of Mortuary Science. The couple will live at 475 SW 11th st., when they return from their honeymoon. BRACE SERVICE Spinal Braces leg Braces lumbo-sacro Corsets A Belts Post-operative Supports Trusses Elastic Stockings ~~ GEORGE W. PIPER HI 3-3437 1739 CORAL WAY Beta Beta and Alpha Lambda academic honoraries. The bridegroom is a Navy veteran, now attending the University of Miami engineering school. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Louis Simms, 222 SW 45th ave. Out-of-town guests were Mrs. B. Kamp and Mr. and Mrs. I. Kamp, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Mottelson and Mrs. David Schoenberger, Brooklyn, N. V Miss Katie Kamp, sister of~the : bride, acted as maid of honor. i Jerome Simms, brother of the groom, was best man. James Kamp and Simon Sutta were ushers. Miss Copland Eyes June Rites William Capland, 3450 N. Mend ian ave., Miami Beach, announces the engagement of his daughter, Jan Jacqueline, to Burton S. Wollowick, son of Dr. and Mrs. David P. Waliowick, of Sarasota, Fla., and New York. Miss Capland. a graduate of Miami Beach High School, is a senior in Fine Arts at the University of Florida and a member of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority. Mr. Wollowick attended MIT and is a graduate of the University of Florida. He is now a second year medical student at the University of Florida. Wedding plans are being made: for the early part of July, 1960. Aronovitz to be Speaker Weekly luncheon meeting of Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith v. ill be held Tuesday noon. Chairman is Gcrshon S. Miller. Abe Arnnovitz will be guest speaker. Gables No. 1 Address So. 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Friday. January 1. 1960 +Jmlst) fkrMton Page 7-B Stein, Kaplan Married Here Sara Lisbcth Kaplan and Jerome M. Stein are married. The couple exchanged Wedding vowY~tefore Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg on Saturday evening, Dec. 26, at the Algiers hotel. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Kaplan, 1318 Euclid ave. The groom is the son of Mr. Max Stein, Jersey City, N. J., and the late Mrs. Pauline Stein. Matron of honor was Mrs. Maurice Goldberg. Miss Gail Kay was maid of honor. Bridesmaids includedRfJfrs. Alan Kaplan, Miss Susan Kaplan and Miss Nancy Greenstein. Max Stein was best man for his son. Ushers included Alan Kaplan, William. Stein, and Richard Stein. The bride chose a chantilly lace gown with a bouffant skirt of silk organza appliqued with lace and sequins. Her illusion veil was attached to a tiara crown trimmed with pearls. She carried white orchids on a family Bible. The bride graduated from Miami Beadt High School, attended the University of Florida, and is now a senior in Liberal Arts at New York University. She will graduate in June. Mr. Stein is a graduate of George Institute of Technology, where he played football and belonged to Tau Epsilon Pi. He is now with a New York electric manufacturing company. He served two years in Korea. Reception and dinner followed the ceremony. Out-of-town guests included Mr. end Mrs. Charles Winick, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Richard Stein, Elizabeth, N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. William Stein, Scarsdale, N. Y.; Miss Hannah Kaplan and Miss Nancy Greenstcin, New York City; Mr. and Mrs. Alan Kaplan and Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Natkoff. Atlanta. Ga.; and Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Golofsky, Rock Island, IU. Werner Kahn MM. 11*0*1 STC/N Meyerowitz Vows Said on Beach Joan Paula Schoenfeld became Mrs. Karl Irwin Meyerowitz in 6:30 p.m. vows Sunday, Dec. 27, at the Deauville hotel. Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Schoenfeld, 855 80th St., Miami Beach. The groom'.' parents are Dr. and Mrs. Herman Meyerowitz, Brooklyn, N. Y. The bride selected a gown of poie de soie featuring a back pouf and adorned with large white silk roses. Her fingertip veil of illusion fell from a crown of pearls. Maid of honor was Miss Helene Beybis. Miss Linda Schoenfeld and Mrs. Stanley Stone were bridesmaids. Stanley Stone was best man, and ushers included Don Miller and Murray Ellowitz. Newlywed Mrs. Meyerowitz attended Miami Beach High School and will graduate from the University of Miami in February. She is a member of Phi Sigma Sigma sorority. The groom graduated from Brooklyn College, and is presently a student at the Illinois College of Optometry. Reception followed at the Deau ville. After a honeymoon In Jamaica, the couple "will reside in Chicago. Miss Schwadron, Physician Marry Miss Lois MarjorieSchwadron was maj-rjed to Dr. S^n/ned F. Zahler Saturday, Nov. 28, at the St. Moritz hotel. New York City. Rabbi Murray Grauer, former spiritual leader of Beth El Congregation in Miami, officiated. Maid of honor for her niece was Miss Edna Zimmerman, and best man for the groom was his brother, Oary Zahler. The bride's atten1ants were her cousins, Mrs. Ar'hur Schwadron and Mrs. Jack Schwadron, as well as Mrs. Robert teed and Miss Andrea Millen. Ushers were Alan Baker, Philip Wolfson, Ronald Schapiro and Dr. \rthur Shackner. The bride wore a peau de soie redding gown with fitted bodice, he neckline, long sleeves and cha>el train appliqued in alencon lace, 'ler four-tier French illusion fingerip veil fell from a crown of seed jearls, and she carried white orhids, stephanotis and lily-of-thevalley on her confirmation Bible. Among guests were Mr. and Mrs. UMIIS August. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Werner, Lt. Cmdr. J. Vic Allen, Dr. and Mrs. Edward Wolfson, Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Linden, Dr. and Mrs. loseph Hirsch, Dr. and Mrs. Robert Reed and Dr. and Mrs. Harold kern. The bride is the daughter of Mr. ind Mrs. Joseph Schwadron, 1941 3W 19th ave., Miami. She is a ;raduate of Miami High School find the University of Alabama, he was president of Delta Phi Cpsilon social sorority, a member •f Chi Alpha Phi, statistical hon >rary society, and editor of the %  chool of commerce newspaper. Dr. Zahler is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zahler. of Columbia, S.C. He is a graduate of the medical school of South Carolina, member of Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Epsilon Pi. "Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities," Euphradian literary society, Kappa Sigma Kappa, Blue Key honorary fraternity, Phi Kappa Delta forensic fraternity, and Phi Delta Epsilon medical fraternity. He ompleted his internship and resitency at Los Angeles County Central Hospital, and has received a fellowship in cardiology at Memor al Hospital of New York under the auspices of Cornell University. After a honeymoon in Puerto Rico, the couple will reside in Rego Perk, NY. MMS. SANfOKD 1AHLU Werner Kahn MRS. mOKTIMU WALSH y .-eai Werner Kahn 3* 1 CAM *mH.TZ Author to be Jpeoktr Temple Sinai Men's Club will hear Oscar Leonard at a luncheon meeting Wednesday at the Jewish Community Center of Hollywood. Leonard, author of "Americans All," will discuss "Important Books Published During 1959." Walsh, Okun Exchange Vows SOCIALITIS^QF MIAMI STARTMO DfCfMBf* II DANCES-t very Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday Dance to HERMAN BATARD'S Latin-Amarican Orchestra ADMISSION $1.50 — MUMWOtS FRII DeLIDO HOTEL, Collins Ave. at Lincoln Rd., M.B. 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+jfistfkrkBar FHdgy. January • Page 12-A >*w <.' ,~A m Vn Fl-atcn Horowia, Linda Zuckerman. Hebrew Academy students presented a & Ebxte £ g^ Arulay> Chanuka pro-am Sunday, 1 p.s.. at Miami 5ady *• Rnbard fan Saira. Beach High School. Fust row axe Dcliah Ma::^-.--..^^ f J„ ^ ^_, Lau Ahramowitz Lloyd Schneider Abbev Beo:u.cr =a Fa*. A„ J* wte.WMaij^^R.^Y^ c'ViTSkSSSiiT* *— Pencr.ar.sitv. Second row are Mna Besom, c. nn JJ- *~ %  Gcrr, Fcsie Harry Becker. Marilyn Geschhouse u in charge o* anangerr.e. wer, Carla Schreiber. El liot Wc'dmcn, Rhonda GMJCC Staff Aids U.S. Hearing on Aged Board and staff members of the Greater kfiani Jewish Corar Center took an active role in "• planning of the recent Workshop en Aging conducted by the Welfare Planning Council, prior : the United States Senate hearings in Miami. Assistant director Emanuel Tropp was vice chairman of the Work-hop on Recreation and Group Work w.th the Senior Citizen, and helped to prepare the final report submitted to the Senate Committee. Other Center representatives who participated in the planning of this session were: Isidore B. Simkowitz. president; Efraim H. Gale, executive director; A. Budd Cutler, v.ce president; Charles Plotkin. director of Senior Citizens Department; and Estelle Hardin. supervisor of the •REPHUN'S HEBREW! 4 t BOOK STORE La-gejt and Oldeat Hebrew Supply Hj.it m Greater Miam %  HUMy aoe MTAH Complete Line of Hebrew Suppliat for Synagogue. Hebrew and Sunday Schoola ISRAELI GIFTS and NOVELTIES 417 Woshinqton Are. Miami Beach I JEffenon 1-W17 ', Miami V G "am. MrMiatoa Sirkm, GV. : —. • (id Dt an i MrRav Berrio were pane; tbei : • I "w man Gla Mil S participated in variougrami Ba>.r_ .'final report on "' principle that the "self-rep* • the senior citizen is central to all of his problem?" the Workshop on Recreation and Group Work concluded that the contribution : field "represents one of the most potent forces of preventive mediens"' with the aged population The report further stated that "a group activity program. esj* for the senior citizen, repr. far more than just a good time. Such a program, when properly organized, with the right type of facilities and trained profes-ional staff, goes a long way to bring about a renewal of the feelings of self worth on the part of the senior citizen It does so through bringing to the lonely and isolated individual a sense of belonging, of being accepted and wanted, of being recognized; to the individual who has no further life outlets for being productive, it offers new avenues for self-expression and for individual achievement; it brings senior citizens together with their peers to give them the strength of nj and coping with their prob •r.er GMJCC through rtJ newly or Depart habeen taking steps on it.own to approach a day center concept. At its Miami Branch, there are activities five days a week afternoon and evening, lncludin. get-togethera 1 11 and -. dramat.es. choral group. • imstruc A new spun hadeveloped at the Beach Branch with the addi tion of week-day activities led by volunteer workers. Jews Safely Pass the Danger Of Extinction, Baron Declares NEW YORK——"Jews are sharing in the 'pornaatka, : or times, and are safely past the dangers of pr^J •n which existed in the last 20 years." Dr. SaleW Bares, J ,ng Jewish historian, this week told an audience of over *>o rib*,' social workerDl Bar"n. director of the Cen ter of Israeli studies at < olumbia! meBt team" in cases of University, delivered the keynote aiont. a conference of rabb.s ..j^ p^c^tris, lhe and %  il workers called to pro^ fist the g^^, cav(ANOrk(r greater understanding and members of allied discipliaai'i tful cooperation between hi K*^ fc_t M he needs rabbinate and the Jewish so t0 nuo6 oat bis own ior.tr* cial worker." The conference was to tbe community.he iU A. held ur. !er the auspice* of the thtT it hat become apparwl Commission on Synagogue Rela the religious leader pimcipit, lions of the Federation of Jewish tbe toU treatment program Philanthropies of New York. specific way." "Twenty years too there •• uted real problems of the possible annihilation of the Jewish people by world anti-Semitic movements. For • time there, also toomed the biological menace of extinction through a decline in population, owing to a decreasing birth rate such at wo witnessed in the lWe's," Dr. Baron declared. Neo Nazi Lei Flood Washi. Continued frowi Page U Farband Chanuka Fete Saturday Chanuka festival will be spon sored by three Labor Zionist groups Saturday evening at the Seville hotel. Joint sponsors are Ben-Gurion. Lebediger and Chaim Gninberg Branches of the Farband of Greater Miami. Greetings will be extended by their respective presidents—Irving Sachs. Moshe Levine and Dr. Si mon Wilen-ky Program will also include Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, spiritual leader of Beth David Congregation, guest speaker; Dr Zev Kogan. ex ecutive director of the Jewish National Fund Council here; and '•!.-Rose Rosemond. folk singer. d elements under suspicion hi Rabbi Judah Nadich denied that bombing of tbe Temple in there need be any conflict be G lh %  ctiritles also tween religious and social welfare b"" into eolbsion with the Va leaders. 'The time has perhaps P 1,c but a court ruled that I come now," be said, 'no stop whipw u anti-JewlstJ agitabw ping a dead horse, to call a halt to obnoxious but not legally mutual recrimination — that the *&* %  American rabbi and synagogue ———~~~— are eager to gain a monopoly over left £/ OfffaMf SMUWWY Jewish life in all its aspects, and that the Jewish community center Brtn E! Congregation will I generated speedy assimilation with for dlDn *'' Sunday, 6 p.m., at 1 its workers antagonistic to Jew.sh Au u Hall. 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* Jewish fhridtor) Page 9-A German Police Probe Desecration 1 1 %  1 1 %  r^'"*%  *• 1 %  ... 1 •* 1 (left) receives citation from Sidney Palmer, presi[Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, in recognition of Axlrod s [and continuing contributions to the movement dediemployment of the physically handicapped. Axlrod lent of the World Committee on Employment of the Ipped, and has received personal citations for his President Eisenhower and former President Harry He has been a spearhead in B'nai B'rith's adoption reject as a principal part of its program. Axlrod was iy cited at a special Sholem Lodge function by impost president Robert Lewison. Continued frem •see 1-A received by the Cologne Jewish community from all parts of West I Germany, interpreted the reaction I as a sign that "there is no anti l Semitism in Germany; there are. only a few anti-Semites." Meanwhile, West German officials promised everything possible would be done to halt such acts of anti-Semitism as the desecration | on Christmas eve of the newly-rel built Cologne Synagogue. As police questioned two mem%  bcrs of the neo-Nazi German Reich, party, arrested in the investigation of the vandalism. Chancellor Konrad Adenauer, President Heinrich Luebke and other leading West German officials sent official ex pressions of regret over the inci dent to the tiny Cologne Jewish community. The suspects were identified as Paul Schoonen. 25, a commercial employee, and Arnold Strunk, a baker's helper, also 23. The low wall in Vront of the synagogue was found smeared in rod paint with tho words: "Cirmmi demand 'Out with tho Jows'." On* of tho doorways was covered with swastikas in rod paint. Tho anti-Naii memorial, about a mile from tho synagogue, was also disfigured with Chancellor Adenauer, who took pert in the dedication of the synagogue three months ago delivering an address from the pulpit, said in : his telegram that neighborly love was dominant among the German people and that "strong action" would be taken against disturbers of the peace. "All decent Germans," stated Dr. Adenauer, "join me in condemning this atrocious deed." Ernest Schwering, Mayor of Cologne, made a personal visit Monday to Rabbi Avi Asaria to assure him of Cologne's profound regret and of tbe municipality's deermination to make life livable for the 1.200 Jews left in Cologne from the pre Hitler Jewish population of 20,000. Max Adenauer, city manager, and son of Chancellor Adenauer, said the vandalism I I should not be considered as representing the attitude of Cologne's 600,000 residents. Resort Jews Hit by Wave of Terror lied from Page 1-A based en a Urge lake. lake dried up, there irge influx of elderly tlderiy Jews who were by the area's mineral mineral waters were contention that it had >rlde content, but Elsits expressed the belief in statements on the KTLA program that this was a device to drive Jewish businessmen out of the area. Mr. Michaels contended on the program that a measure approved at the last session of the California Legislature to refill Lake Elsinore was the direct cause of the current campaign of intimidation. He said that the goal was to scare lONUT GROVE PLAYHOUSE and SOCIETY OF THEATRE ARTS, Inc. MOM.: 1:30 7:30 3500 MAIN HIGHWAY MATS.: WTO. ft SAT 130 p.m. GEORGE S. 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Page 10-B *JeislincrMian Friday. January 1, i960 Jfjar • Harvey Bernstein Formal dinner will honor Harvey Bernstein at Michel's restaurant Saturday night following his morning Bar Mitzvah durmg the Jan. 2 Sabbath service of the Israelite Center. Rabbi Morton MaMURRAY Paul Siegel Rabbi Irving Lehrman will offilavsky will officiate, ciate at the Bar Mitzvah of Paul Harvey is the son of Mr. and Siegel on Saturdav morning, Jan. Mrs. Isidore Bernstein. He attends 2, at Temple Emanu-El. Israelite Center religious school dent at Miami Springs Junior Paul is the son of Mrs. Lillian and seventh grade at Shenondoah High, and has attended Tifereth ITJ GARY ALIEN 13th ave. He la %  student la the religious school of Beth David, and attends Sh.nandoah Junior High. Reception in his honor will be held at home Saturday evening. Out-of-town guests will include Mr. and Mn PL P"-*"" Hs, inrt M" T I~acSns, Mr. and lira. A! G? Merlin. Mrs. L. Kirsheabaum, and Dr. and Mrs. S. Lyon. Michael is the grandson of Mrs. Ida Jacobs Liftman and Mrs. Dora Kranz. • • • Alfred Bernstein North Shore Jewish Center will be the site of the Bar Mitzvah of Alfred Bernstein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hershey Bernstein, of 7610 Dickens ave. Ceremony will take place Saturday, Jan. 2, with Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz officiating. Alfred is a student in the religious school of the Center, and attends Nautilus Junior High. • • • Gary Propper Gary, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Propper, will become Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services, Jan. 2. of Temple Zion. Rabbi Alfred W'axman will officiate. Gary has been attending Temple Zion religious school, and will continue his religious studies there. He is an active member of the All Star-. His maternal granduarenta are Mr. and Mrs. Jack Friedman. Pa* ternal grandparents are Mrs. Lena Propper and the late Abraham Propper, all of Miami. Siegel. He attends eighth grade at Ida M. Fisher Junior High, where he was the recent recipient of a special science award, and is on the honor roll of Temple Emanu-El religious school. • • • Howard Braverman Bar Mitzvah of Howard J. BravTo Address Worshippers Emanuel Moskowitz, of Passaic. N.J., who winters annually at the Sterling hotel, Miami Beach, will address Sterling worshippers Saturday morning on "World Problems Facing American Jewry.' Junior High. Out-of-town guests will come from Detroit, Oklahoma City, Los Angeles, and New York. Included will be his paternal grandfather, Joseph Bernstein. Following the service, a brunch will be held at the Bernstein home, 2275 S\V 27th st. • • • Allen Wyman Rabbi Leo Heim will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Allen Edward Wyman on Saturday morning. Jan. 2, at Temple Tifereth Jacob. Allen is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris M. Wyman. 1080 Westward dr., Miami Springs. He is a stureligious school for four; Jacob years. Mr. and Mrs. Wyman the Kiddush following Mitzvah service. will the host Bar &, Luncheon*, Tea., Receptions, Banquets, P.m.,, Olnn.r.... from SO to 2000 catered In the manner of the Diplomat... an unhurried, ever-attentive, aoft-aookan aervlce that makea •n event of your occasion. Stephen Sinsley Stephen Sinsley will be Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning services. Jan. 2. of Temple Emanu-El. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Sinsley, he attends eighth grade at Nautilus Junior High and is a student at Temple Emanu-El religious school. Reception in his honor will fol low for family and friends at the Sinsley residence Saturday afternoon. • • Michael Merlin Bar Mitzvah of Michael Arthur Merlin will take place Saturday morning, Jan. 2, at Beth David Congregation. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg will officiate. Michael is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Morris H. Merlin, 1745 SW % You'll find complete Have that j f facilities to exactly satisfy Business Meeting, 4 your needs in the Kismet, Banquet, or Aladdin, Scheherazade and Special Occasion Ruboiyat Rooms, be it for a k wedding or a private party 1 it the fee Information! HAZEL ALLISON Catering Director. JE 1-4041 Sth St. Collins *•. THE FINEST FOR YOUR AFFAIR J 1 your choice of he following rooms: KINGS TERRACI ARGYLI HEATHER Surrounding, 0 f e/egone9 gnd REcepTioN9 KosHr-a f,T?J •wjasfi Jtrfe.Mfl saan • MIAMI BUCH •• TNI 0CIAR ll •Tlllf %  I A 1 HACK



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Friday. January 1, 1960 Jt>wMrhrk&r> Page 9-B Double Ring Rites For Rabinowitzes In a double ring candlelight ceremony on Sunday, Bee? W; t**th'e" Carillon hotel. Miss Bertha Faye Lleberman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lieberman, 19 Ovieda ave., Coral Gables, became the bride of Arlan Irving Rabinowitz, son of Mrs. Fay Rabinowitz, of Baltimore, Md., and the late Harry Rabinowitz. Rabbi Morris Skop officiated. The bride selected a traditional wedding gown of imported chantilly lace with sabrina scalloped neckline, long sleeves to a wrist point, and fitted bodice. The bouffant skirt extended into a chapel train. Her three-tiered French illusion veil fell from a tiara of seed pearls and matching lace. She carried white orchids, stephanotis, and lily-of-the-valley on her confirmation Bible. Matron of honor was Mrs. Bernard Toback. Miss Sara Gold acted as maid of honor. Bridesmatrons included Mrs. Leo B. Lieberman, and the Misses Barbara Lipschutz, Sue Cypress and Lillian Baris. Ring bearer was Harold Toback, and Phyl Toback acted as flower girl. Sybil Lieberman was junior bridesmaid. Best man was Leo B. Lieberman, end ushers included Wally Tobias, Ken Feldman, Bernard Toback and Jules Aron. Barry L. Lichen man was Junior usher. The bride is a graduate of Coral Gables High School, attended the University of Miami, and is a member of the Maccabee Young Adults. Mr. Rabinowitz attended schools in Baltimore. Reception and dinner followed Beck, Kamis To Wed in June The engagement of Lillian Rose BecVtb DarfleT S.' Kaniii 'is announced by the future bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Beck, 100 SW 44th ave. The bride-elect is a graduate of Miami Senior High School, and at-' tends the University of Miami. AI former student at the Miami Con-| I servatory of Music, she now ma-: I jors in music education and is a member of Sigma Alpha Iota, proj \ fessional music fraternity. The prospective groom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Ka-1 mis, 7720 SW 17th st. Alsa a grad'< uate of Miami Senior High School,' Mr. Kamis will graduate from the. University of Miami in June as a Bachelor of Science in mathematics. He is a member of Phi Eta Sigma, scholastic honorary society, PI Mu Epsilon, honorary mathematics society, Scabbard and 1 Blade, Military Society, Student '• i Union board of governors, and is I past president of Pershing Rifles, military honorary society. A June wedding is planned. I I OPEN DART fraoj 4 t. p.m. TcXYWtiWarroffALnJfccAsfbNS free Par* UN 6-6043 Aif-Cmi. I Under Orthodox Vaad Hakaahruth Ardmore MIS. 4*1 AM f ABfNOWfTZ at the Carillon. Out-of-town guests included Mrs. Elizabeth Young, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Blum and son, and Mrs. Aaron Pretter, Pittsburgh, Pa.; and Mrs. Irene Mower, Baltimore. The couple are honeymooning in Havana, and will live in Miami. Siffs to Live In Miami SENSATIONAL KOSMK MIALS /NCI. day er perion, doable ecc. to January 24. 15 ol US nmi. Offcer rates available Air conditianeo' and heated. 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"age 6-A >jmHl>ntr*&M J^^fa tt^J Britain Calls World Bj Losn to Nasser 'Untinu U)NI)ON.!TA -The London Daily Telegraph. Wad dail>, condemned the World Bank loan to the 1 ;„ (his week auntimely" and as undermining the, Sei %  • %  •uTal Dag HammirskjoM. The paper noted editorially that. the loan cami I • ptians, The Times „f Londi had del %  >' •** deplored the Arab 1-2 Sucz ( a "* 1 raeli shipping at t_T ith i %  %  '" • %  %  %  but insisted that the ?J of the Greek would have !.,, M the I "not just on t0 cmplm a ^ mj ,7| a jab at hracl it •>a slP >" __ Mr. llarnmarskjolcL The editorial noted ^ Whil, i ..'Iminispeople will be annoyed] tcred it with on. his other c.ent Nasser has < hcW bowl outBank loan fr ,!evrt it. nh stagSuez Canal, e.thcr .. World mi !" st his policies ia l : its 20.000.becauae they (eel this, t hnstmas Rrant „ i I ,n,l,r v wMfcL it still closed totraffiftol I>rael. The simple IDS* New Grecter Miami Jewish Federation building on NE 13th st. and Biscayne blvd. Site was purchased from Bsssemer Properties at a price of SI75,000. Federation unanimously approved the sale at a board of governors meeting last week, but will not move from its present location, 424 Lincoln In., until the conclusion of the 1960 Combined Jewish Appeal in April or May. First two stories of the existing 5,000 sq. ft. building are air-conditioned, and will be occupied by Federation until such time as new facilities can be erected. The site has frontage on Biscayne blvd., in a curve from 13th st. to 13th ter., and N. Bayshore dr. "The bank," the editorial addthe bank's ci teria art, ed, "may act on economic erland not politi teria only. But if (he United Nations is impotent to enforce its decisions about the freedom of the canal, it might begin by establishing the principle that a nation at war with a feliow-momber, as Egypt asserts, is no fit recipient for international aid." Sisterhood Program, Program \ ing of the Mollic Kan hood of Congregauoa Park at S:30 p m. THEN TO TEL AVIV This is Tel Aviv's Golden Jubilee rear, and a golden opportunity for Rri£ •f. nj y flying at its nn e 8 tKLM will speed you non-stop across the Atlantic on a luxurious, fourengine DC-7C (Kosher foods available on all flights). Then go direct to Tel Aviv. Or turn your trip into a grand tour with the KLM stopover plan. Visit London, Paris Brussels Vienna, Rome, and a host or other historic cities-at no extra cost I Round trip to Tel Aviv: S947.70 Economy. $1,396.80 Fi-, class vZ lCe fT T Hous t" -nd New call' iTM & V'. 0Ur u ravel a e or i ?. LM: Colu mbus Hotel, 30a Duo Share Spot At Dania Jai-Alai After a week's play at the D Jai-Alai Palace, the story shapes up like this—a young-' veteran arc sharing the spotlight The youngster, Goyo by name, ran up an amazing IS straight in the monies. Included in that string was nine wins, the mod back court man. Newlywed Laca, who married "the girl back home" in Spam :• the finish of fast and has racked up s, the mi • couriers. Laca crowned %  with Echeverria lot mond Don: crown. D inia Jai-Alai Palace has had 'share of celebrities '-"•• The >IH ,,, n .. cent -tarwere Martha Rav. Donna Reed, who won an "O for her performance in "1 Here to Eternity." ASTHMA A SCIENTIFIC DRUGLESS TREATMENT TO CORRECT ASTHMA (Ask for Booklet A) PROSTATE A DRUGIKS. JVON-SMGICU ttUOWml •hot hos been o greot help i„ Correcting the Couse of the Abnormal Prostote Gland. FRANK CLINIC 2395 CORAl WAT, MIAMI, fU. HI 8-5219 YOUR BOY IS WORTH IT SAT I \V FROM MIAMI II OVERNIGHT Mondays and Fridays (5 PM) *&>L^r 100X AIR-CONDITIONED S/S BAHAMA STAI (fQtMlHY 10.000 TON THANSATLANTIC AftOSA StAl; 3-DAY. All-IXPINSI CtUISI 1 nightt, S m.oli aboard ihip from *54 plui tai Snip ii your ko'il ROUNO.TtIP IXCUtWOH 2 nifM. 4 anl. etond ••* | from '39 plui 'at Dock-to-dr>rk Kr>„ r -. .... .•.,.rtofllie4tlbMriofS %  t iarauu. B.> ;-•„-., Ur,. *,„, l„urlo. rrirss • %  .outofMumi IWood n ,. thr^K* leu.*. Sk C^tfoftH 1 '' -"<••. MM.H p-rrk— Unn.f, )r V o^d^liow^^de l ^l Sastern Shipping Tc^ouUUn f itr J M.omi. Florid. Ph.*. Ft 1-.J, | „„.,, *.W •Sjeafl Op.n •„kdo r ..til J.M m-Unimji 10 AM i PM Hurry I Mah, your wrvtloni Mowl\ NOW TWO BEST SELLING PAPOWACKS M l Jhc Xo t t/


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Friday. January 1. I960 KMmi*§> florMian Pago 11-B 'Come to the Dance' in World Premiere Two-Week Run at Grove Playhouse sobel Elaom and Irene Castle eye their roles in "Come to the )ance," which opened for a two-week run Tuesday at the ronut Grove Playhouse. 3 uso •• th*r H &fi -l • % %  t 'N < '". ^V .-'*' rood will towards all men" was exemplified last week in the kelp extended to the USO by members of the Jewish Weliare rd Armed Services Committee over the holidays. Mrs. ly Manoil, Mrs. Frank Delford and Mrs. Joseph Press are lown at a party given for servicemen from Homestead Air se ana other local military installations, with the cooper aof the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Mrs. liouis Glasr is JWB Armed Services chairman for the Miami lCTlira. ituaries MISS ROSE J NEUBAUER -.v Itth ave .11. i t> Mil Injuries xustuln.-d wh.n an ii M.luaukcc '•• I '• < 2*. "MRS. LAURA B. CALKIN KW |i' • I i Ii. i boat) ind, l '.iv Id .1 1 I A.; in I dfluithi. i i I.In White 1'lnins. N I MRS. SARAH DRANOFF • K.I ii" MOW her* six re ax., from Philadelphia, Ii .-inviNi-d hy u .I.IUKII mid L*QrLe; brother iiiul tv N k, .\ V allli local HI bj Newman Kunerui il NATHAN SFRINSKY K(, of "ill llth three yearn ago from i Mann.. ...II. He IH survived b i ti.-|>ln- Hii.l burial wen local in nts by Klversio I Chapel %  /•"Cost* to the Dancer**-* comedy pbout a group of people living together in a brownstone house in New York City, made its world premiere bow at the Coconut Grove Playhouse on Tuesday for a two-week engagement. Written by Nellise Child, who also wrote "Sister Oakea" and many popular mystery novels, the production features an all-star cast, including Dennis King, Isobel Elsom. Irene Castle, Teddy Hart, Eli Mintz, Dorothy Konrad, Tommie Baxter, Laurence' Watson and Don Gar.try. The production is being coproduced by George S. Engle and Owen Phillips, with Phillips directing. Sots are by Robert Soule, a Tennessee Williams protog* who was responsible for dosigning tho sots for "Orpheus Descending" and "Garden District." Dennis King, a long-time Broadway favorite, having starred in at least 13 top Broadway productions. soared to fame in "Rose Mane." : took New York by storm in the beloved "The Vagabond King," and swashbucklcd to even greater acclaim in "The Three Musketeers." He has co-starred with Maurice Evans in "General Burgoyne," and in national tours with Katharine Cornell, Ruth Gordon, Gertrude Lawrence and Cornelia Otis Skin ner. Miss Elsom's most recent Broad way appearances included "The First Gentleman" and "The Man in the Dog Suit" with Hume Cronyn and Jessica Tandy. On television, she starred with Ingrid Bergman in "The Turn of the Screw" and recently "Misalliance," in addition to "Bourbon Street Beat," "Schlitz Playhouse" and many other major dramatic television shows. She will soon be seen in the motion picture, "The Miracle," also with Dennis King. Mrs. Castle is coming out of retirement especially to do this show. She appeared last 19 years Chanuka Party Saturday Religious Zionists of Greater Miami will hold their annual Chanuka latke party at Beth Israel Synagogue on Saturday evening. Musical program will include Can| tor Abraham Seif, of Kncseth Israel Congregation, in liturgical selections and .Israeli songs, and Menachem Roth, former member of Kfar Etzion, on the chalil. Roth will be accompanied by Carol Gray, Hebrew High School student. Proigram will also feature a film in color, "Follow the Sun to Israel." ago on a summer circuit tour of Noel Coward's "Shadow Play." Aside from establishing a now vogue in dancing with her first husband, Vornon, she also sot the popular vogue for bobbed hair for women. She was prevailed upon to accept the role of Maude in "Come to the Dance" by Miss Child. Teddy Hart has appeared in "Room Service," "Three Men on a Horae," "See My Lawyer" with Milton Berle, and was the leading comedian opposite Mary Martin in "One Touch of Venus." He is the brother of the late Lorenz Hart of the Rodgers and Hart song-writing duo. -•The-srcay relates how a -group of people living together in a brownstone house in. New York adjust themselves to living with each other, and becoming independent of their children, who are now grown and have children of their own. Matinee performances will be on i Wednesday and Saturday at 1:30 I p.m., with the Sunday night cur1 tain going up at 7:30 instead of the ; weekly 8:30. There will be no per\ formance on Monday evenings. Mrs. Maurice Goldberg (left), 625 42nd St.. tendered a shower reception in honor of the former Miss Sarah Kaplan (center) at the Algiers hotel last week. Mrs. Murray Kaplan, the bride's mother, looks on. The wedding, also at the Algiers, took place Saturday evening. Groom is Jerry Stein, of Jersey City, N.J. Free Tutoring Available SOL KAUFMAN II, Miami resident, formerly of CM..in... .IIM1 Iro. 23. He la surv I hi* wife. Rose; two daiiKhl.ru. Harsh Gottlieb, Coral Gable*, an.I I. I iimn. Chlcuao; one son. William. Chicago; and six grandchildren ft und Imrlal were In Chicago l>er. 87. with I.K-III arrangements by Riverside \l, in.ilal Chapel. JACK ABRAMS 61. of SOI BW Sth ave., died Dec. It. A men'* clothing salesman, he cam here ten years ago from Ithaca, N.Y. Surviving are his wife, Bessie: a son, Arthur; three eraudchlldrcn. two sisters and a brother. Services and LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARK "The South's most beautiful Jewish cemetery' JE 1-5369 I. wt.l were In Ithacaf, with local emciua by Riverside Memorial Chai ABRAHAM FEIN8ERO 'M. of 111 SW %  %  11. •' (HOB aeo' from 'leve and. y. and a bn tbi I ServI wen Dec at di n Funeral j Home, .iii i. in..l In III S< bo C*i MRS. ROSA A. OLASER 7.".. of IT. I St.. died Dec. :'-' She came here 15 years ago from Icllne, Mass., and was a mei of Temp • %  Incl Id* a son anil dauKhter. Services were Dec. 23. with burial In Brookllne. ALBERT LEVINS J9. of 6 Qnrland ave Surfslde. died I'..II He came here seven years MK<> from Newton. Mass.. and was a real estate br riving are his wife. Frieda: son. Kdward: sad on., daughter, Irene. He also leaves tl brothers Barvlcea wsre Dec.' 14 at ralde Memorial Chapel. Normandy tale, with burial In Grareland Park. SAMUEL BOTFAN 7. of 120 N\V 7th ave., died Dec 20 He came here Jo years ago from Newark. N.J. Surviving are his wife. Minnie: hon. Joseph; .laughter, Mrs Ad. II Kati; and sister, Mrs. I-ena Scblmtl.r He also leaves two grandI'hlldren. Hrrvl.es were Dec. 13 at Gordon Funeral Home, with burial in A free week of tutoring is the Chanuka gift awaiting elementary, junior or senior high student* who enroll for the first time with Metro Tutoring Service between now and the end of the year. The free offer is being made to acquaint Greater Miami students with the relocation of Metro's main office from its present address at 7969 NE 2nd ave. to more accessible quarters at £204 Biscayne blvd. As of Doc. 15, Metro's ninebranch, county-wide network has its central office at this sHe to assist in making qualified tutors available at moderate rants in all parts of Dado county to ttudents of all ages who want to raise their grades. Amonf its divisions are a i cal language department, niarhc matics, asjti an income lax counseling service. RefresrisaT*'snfr English language courses ffj* adults and remedial reading programs are also offered. To qualify for the free week of tutoring, new students must enroll by Jan. 1, although tutoring does not have to start until aft) r the first of the year. Republicans to Gather Here Republicans and friends of the GOP from all parts of the state will gather in Miami next month to rally the Florida party for next year's presidential and congressional elections. The occasion will be a SlOO-a-plate "appreciation" dinner, according to an announcement by Loren M. Berry, of Miami Beacn, chairman of the. Republican finance committee. DUE TO OUR EXPANSION we have an opening for a qualified SALESMAN meeting the Jewish public. Excellent opportunity with progressive organization. Car essential. Call Mr. M.H. Levins] MO 1-7693 or write to MOUNT NEBO 5505 N.W. 3rd Street P.O. Box 44-367 Miami, Florida LIOAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni • illVHN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business und*r th.< fictitious name of M.TV t T4th ith Miami Hen. h Intenda to r.-nlster said name with the Clerk of .it Court of l>nds Coanty, Florida. NEII. I.EXToN I/l-8-H-n SAVE by the 11th EARN horn the 1st PER ANNUM (current rate) "One of Ihe Nation's O/desI and lafgesi 0ade Federal ,/AVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION ol MlAMl %  n M tlPION Pi-. ,dent 5 Conveni'enr offices Serve Dade County RESOURCES EXCEED 145 MILLION DOLLARS



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T**Bf. fcTniM t -, %  -? ouncfl of Jewish Women Divisions Ian Eventful Programs for Wednesi %  'Jisatj • %  > • :. %  '" %  %  •' M jean, JUT .Munnn %  • -,.-T-f-i % % %  %  SMT-M IHM tLMO i=_: %  >**lfHCOk : v %  v avic* X RIT therapy -r* f raacer. aad rftKduiH tor A *n &f Ctaerr Litest a* re.ivaH to cooperate rt* •ju and to date MOSS t< :r members A check ne presented to the %  ; r epr eatn '.s the proceed' waed ITOJB :he group's recentlj Mr*. Milton Lmn is chairman made 'hrougk Lrfrr, or Mrr.< n.uni.r. Adltr In Miami it's FLORIDA-FOREMOST DAIRIES FR 4-2*21 =...** -0>~ Han *?e rW /I HAS IIS TASTY ON VOW -WANr.ro. KSW TO 10W GUOKMaiS •w-t s*_ WLNt f **Har ^TBmcTir-wr?



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I..SOCIAUJE tlte w ovnan s WoM Mr. and Mrs. Louis August flew to New York to attend the wedding of Miss Lois Marjorie Schwadron to Dr. Sanford F. Zahler at the St. Moritz hotel Mrs. August almost returned to Miami without one of her favorite diamond earrings, which she lost at the dinner party the night preceding the wedding After a lapse of two a frantic search, she went back to the scene of the party id her earring in the street, at the entrance of the Plaza (Mrs. Harry) Schiff and Sally Smollin have been friends ... So have their children—and now, even their grand... So, when Sally came to town to visit her sister, Mrs. |ver, it was only natural for Lilly to host a party in her It was a wonderful afternoon at the Fcntainebleau re did she get the energy? Mrs. William Brenner had is-holiday dinner for her out-of-town friends, and out oflughter Elizabeth, and out-of-town son BUI, with everyone town. Solomon A. Schlesingers, of New York City, are house^f Mrs. Jacques Cohen, of Sunset Island 4 While here. fre feted at the Ivory Tower of the Saxony hotel in honor of wedding anniversary ... Mr. and Mrs. Max Finkelstein, ihampton, L.I., were among guests ne for the holidays from the Medical College of Virginia lond is Arthur L. Alexander He's the son of Mr. and |gene Alexander, 881 E. 41st st., Hialeah Sister Lois is sident of the USY'ers at Temple Tifereth Jacob. i pyful "blessed event" due in February will keep renowned Johanna Martzy from fulfilling her engagement Feb. 28 University of Miami Symphony ... So, Miami's own rid will replace Johanna in the world premiere of Mana[ Concerto for Violin Joan is juat back from concert Bents in Europe and recording sessions for Epic Hat lovely Home for the Aged life member party given by ck (Faye) Ablin in her N. Bay rd. home: Mrs. Max Orovitz. fx Manson, the Misses Sue and Anne Berkowitz, Mrs. Al Irs. Nettie Kaminsky, Miss Cecele Rosen, Mrs. Dora Klein M. S. Kean Iding Anniversary: It was the 25th for Mr. and Mrs. [Ballan. 17740 NE 10th ave., No. Miami Beach, last Dec. 22 ther happy occasion for the Ballans—the Bar Mitzvah on rious Saturday of their son, Gerald Howard, at Temple lth a reception following at the Roney Out-of-town eluded Mr. and Mrs. B. Shafran, Columbus, O.; Al Ballan, t. N.Y.; tod Mrs. Fanny Segal, paternal grandmother, New %  S M M [and Mrs. Samuel Cert man's open house in honor of their I, home from Harvard Those lovely earrings Grace eived from her Norman for their annivers ar y The rising for the 11th annual buffet bruncheon at the Bisrace on the occasion of the Orange Bowl New Year's Day rith the Julius Jay Perlmutters, of Sunset 4, as hosts lip Schiffs and Gerald P. Soltzes saying Happy New Year tther in Nassau ... Dr. and Mrs. Meyer Eggnatz' daughter, riding her vacation from Smith College dating. •* baby sat in the middle of the floor and said "goo' ly gurgled in reply to Berett Elise, new daughter of HowRoberta Fisher Host to the party in her grandchild's is Mrs. Nat Weiss The occasion also marked the 79th of her father. Max Drevich and Mrs. Edward Carr came in from Nashville for the toberta is their daughter Also on hand: the Sid Lewises Irs. Carr's sister. pting with Dr. Abraham Wolfson, director of the Spinoza Forum, are his son, Dr. Oliver W. Wolfson, of the New ite Board of Health, and grandson, Robert, honor high ktudent. who began to win radio and television prizes It (of 4 Robert, incidentally, played as a team with Israeli lad Shay in the Orange Bowl Junior Cup Tennis Tournare last week ^ther coincidence: The fothers of both boys studied at Beth ri Reali in Haifa more than 35 years ago, when Dr. WolfOliver to then Palestine for a Hebrew education. th Daze: Jeffrey Michael, born Dec. 20 at Mercy Hospital ind Mrs. Sheldon (Sondra) Rosenfield ... He Joins his brorl Allan, 4, and Barry Mark, 2 .. Bris was at their home, 27th ter., with Cantor William Lipson and Rabbi Yaakov rg officiating Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wd >: Elliott William joined brother David Mayer, 18V4 months, \X Mt. Sinai Hospital Both boys are the sons of Mr. and rmour (Maxine) Hinkes, 2830 SW 22nd ter. Grandpa rDr. Leonard Finn and Mrs. Beatrice Finn, Miami Beach, I. Elix Hinkes, Miami Bris was Dec. 27 at Mt. Sinai, ntor Lipson and Rabbi Rosenberg also doing the honors a a Anniversary: The 18th for the George Bachera—he's the of Bay Heights lily dinner at sister Rita (Mrs. Leslie) Bukstel's and, then Mrs. Maxwell Hyman drove son Ted and Sue and baby Mit to the airport. .. They're on their way to Rio to live for two years ... lion for AEPhi's at the Eden Roc Mrs. I. M. Wein|aughter Paula (Mrs. Herbert Katz) a vision in white and tired even though she just flew in from New York Jvid Pollack proud of her Gail just in from her first year %  r %  Mrs. Buddy Wolf (Harriet Hart) being consoled bedidn't know she could bring her mother Mrs. Leon [recuperated after her accident and surgery, with daughter (hard Brickman Karen Franco stealing the fashion show for kiddies by |to her grandmother, Mrs. Bertram Thorpe Mrs. David th daughter Harriet, and Mrs. Jess Splrer with daughter AEPhi pledges Mrs. Norman Brown, alumnae presiMrs. Morris Levitt gloating over the success of the afterUewish Floridian Miami, Florida, Friday, January 1, 1960 Section B Home Residents Seen in Program Residents of Douglas Gardens, Jewish Home for the Aged, presented their annual Chanuka concert at a party in their honor by the Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary of the Home on Sunday. Mrs. George Manne and Mrs. Alfred Stone, volunteers in charge, are members of the corps of more than 40 National Council of Jewish Women volunteers at the Home. Mrs. Manne directs the choral group, whose average age is 82. Following the presentation by residents, Mrs. Sol Silverman, Auxiliary president, and Mrs. Louis Makovsky, program chairman, presented each of the residents with a gift of Chanuka gelt. Co-chairmen Mrs. Paul Rimmier (right) and Mrs. Lee Ratner plan Diamond Jubilee Ball for the National Children's Cardiac Hospital on Jan. 30 at the Fontainebleau. Mrs. Meyers Again Assumes Position Of Prominence with CJA's Appointment Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers is this year's chairman of the Women's Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal campaign. For many years, Mrs. Meyers has served with Federation's board of governors, the executive committee, and the Combined Jewish Appeal. In Febraury, 1959, she was winner of the annual Brotherhood Award of the National Conference of Christians and Jews. Among other local activities, Mrs. Meyers served as chairman of the Women's Division of Israel Bonds, was a member of the Welfare Planning Council, and a trustee of the Miami Beach Library and Art Center. She is also a life member of the Greater Miami Hebrew Academy and former president of Mt. Sinai Hospital Auxiliary. She visited Israel in 1949, the year after the infant democracy was declared a nation. Listed in "Who's Who in American Women," Mrs. Meyers is also treasurer of the International Federation of Women Lawyers, a post to which she was elected at the 1959 summer session in Rome, Italy. In 1957, she was recipient of Dade county's "Outstanding Citizen's Award," and was also singled out for a special award in human relations from Bethune-Cookman College. On the national scene, Mrs. Meyers has been i member of the National Council of Jewish Women since 1921, and is a director of the United Nations Assn. She was named to the Dade County Board of Public Instruction to serve three years, representing District Five. Mrs. Meyers is founder and past president of the Florida Federation of Women Lawyers, was legislative chairman of the Dade County Federation of Women's Clubs, MKS. ANNA MUMfl AUVftS and is a past president of the Conference of Jewish Women's Organizations of Dade and Broward Counties. Following an early social work career, Mrs. Meyers practiced law in New York State, coming to Florida in 1936, when she opened her own law office in Miami. She entered into the city's religious and communal life immediately, and was one of the organizers of the Jewish Home for the Aged of Greater Miami, and one of the early directors of the YM and YWHA. She was president of the Jewish Social Service Bureau, now the Jewish Family and Children's Service, the oldest social work agency in Dade county. Last week, Mrs. Meyers was appointed a co-chairman of the I960 CJA drive, to serve with Jay I. Kislak, Aaron Kravitz, Tom Kravitz, Irving "Bing" Kossoff, Joseph M. Lipton and Julian Weinkle. Food Columnist To Appear Here Mrs. Oscar Leonard was to be guest of Mollie Turner on her television program Thursday, 10 a.m., over WPST ch. 10. Mrs. Leonard is author of "Jewish Cookery" and "Jewish Holiday Cookbook," and a syndicated food columnist. Program was also to feature the religious school choir of Temple Beth Sholom under the direction of Cantor David Conviser. Mrs. Leonard will preview a program of Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood on Jan. 21. Mra. Howard Miller is president, and Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg is vice president in charge of program. Seminary to Fete Mrs. Grossinger Four of Greater Miami's prominent civic and philanthropic leaders have been named chairmen of the dinner to be given in honor of Mrs. Jennie Grossinger by the Jewish Theological Seminary of America at the Hollywood Beach hotel on Jan. 18. The function will be highlighted by the presentation to Mrs. Grossinger of the Seminary's coveted Eternal Light award, given for her "distinguished service in the cause of brotherhood and human dignity." Chairmen of the event are Benjamin Green and Ben Tobin, of Hollywood Beach, former councilman Samuel T. Halperin, of Miami Beach, and Samuel T. Sapiro, of Miami. Mrs. Louis Glasser, of Miami Beach, is chairman of the women's cabinet for the function. Serving with her are Mrs. Lillian Goodman, Mrs. Samuel J. Halperin, Mrs. Irving Lehrman, Mrs. Yaakov Rosenberg, Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro, Mrs. Jack Shapiro, and Mrs. Elizabeth Rentier. Beth David Has Cotillion Dance Beth David Bandstand Cotillion held its first Chanuka dance Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Saul Rabin were honored guests. Rabin is education director of Beth David. Children participating in the program were Barbara Podell, pianist; Janet Sue Rabinowitz, vocalist; Edwin Pont, vocalist; and Robert Covin, master of ceremonies. Orchids and fruit made of ice cream were served. Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz, chairman, and Mrs. Sidney Aronovitz, co-chairman, were in charge of the affair. Hostesses for the evening were Mrs. Jack Geyer, Mrs. Bernard Leffler, Mrs. Murray Podell, and Mrs. Bernard Tytell. Mrs. Peggy Logan is cotillion instructor. There are 75 children enrolled. Council Chapters to Meet Miami Beach Council of B'nai B'rith Women will meet Monday, 8 p.m., at the Deauville hotel. Council chapters to meet next week are Chai, Tuesday, 8 p.m.. Lucerne hotel; North Shore, Wednesday, 10 a.m.. Carillon hotel; Miami Beach, Thursday, 10 a.m., Miami Beach Federal bldg. New Year's tve Party Singles Limited was to hold a New Year's eve party Thursday. 9:30 p.m at the Alcazar hotel.



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^6Yo/ j "pa rty." The Anti-Defamation derstand why the District of ColI League of B'nai B'rith voiced con-; umbia authorities had permitted cern here at the Navy's attitude in retaining Rockwell as a full-fledged 'officer in the Ui. Naval Reserve | after knowledge of his Nazi activi Hies. The Navy indicated that | Rockwell, as a reservist, was permitted "free speech" on "political" I matters. But the issue was described by the ADL as one of men tal instability and reckless fanatic ism. CUCUIATU CAMPAIGN UUNCHID Jews of California Resort Hit by Wave of Terrorism LOS ANGELES—(JTA>—The KTLA television station here has aired an hour-long documentary program asserting that* nearby resort city, Elsinore, was on the verge of violence against its Jewish citizens. Officials of the station said that to get the report, Pat Michaels and other members of the station's news staff were sworn in as members ot Elsinore's police force "for their* %  the flooding of downtown streets and residential neighborhoods with thousands of Nazi leaflets. The ADL asked the District Commissioners to intervene. District ordinances technically forbid distribution of leaflets that may precipitate a breach of peace. The Nazi leaflets also requested financial contributions and such solicitation is unlawful without license. But it appeared that the District authorities would not act becau-e of devotion to "free speech" considerations. Herman Edlcsherg, Washington ADL director, described the RockContinued on Pago 12 A and centers in Elsinore. which is 72 miles southeast of Los Angeles. The news staff interviewed offiown safety." A KTLA special news release, announcing the "City of Hate" program, declared that the news cials and residents of Elsinore to staff had "uncovered a situation determine their reactions to widwhich parallels the nightmare of ening signs of antiSemitism. Nazi Germany with frightening fidelity." It stressed that "the terrorism is part of a calculated camThese included threatening letter*, paint bombings, and stonings. The program charged that a concealed paign designed to drive out the i organization, calling itself the Inlarge Jewish population which has ternational Freedom Fighters, was gathered in the resort city." The responsible, documentary was shown twice. The program showed that damage had been done to synagogues Originally, Elsinore's tourist Continued en Page 9 A HERMAN fDlfSBERC vicieul insult L



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+Je*istrkricli !" Friday. January I "^age 2-A Denazification Law Kicks Off Near-Riots in Bavaria Mf\ICH-(JTA,-A bill to end .ho activities of .1. %  N;./ifi-:.l| JSEZZSZm law this week after r^JS^Si ttliament. A tumult developed in debate wbefl Walter Heche,, had. AH-Gcrman Bloc Refugee Party, critic,,,! *MBta • mfortuna.e measure of postwar times." The one-t.mc Sudeten_Gcrtan author of Nazi and anti^mitic writings called out that the -eatcst present danger was not azism but Bolshevism. Social Democratic deputies left !he floor to call Becher "top Nazi," and other deputies threatened to knock him down. Histadrut Meet Hated Tuesday When order was restored, tb* Parliament passed the bill against Social Democratic opposition. The de-Xazifieation tribunals and their rulings will be replaced by an authorization to the Bavarian Minister of the Interior to provide a certification of "unobjcctionability." A clause providing that former leading Nazis could again be elected to municipal posts was killed in committee last month. The Social Democratic party declared its opposition last week to a general amnesty petition now being circulated among memberof the West German Parliamen' Initiated by the German party, the Playhouse 90 Rejects Warsaw Ghetto Script as 'Depressing' Israel Histadrut Committee of reater Miami will meet Tuesday vening at the Seville hotel. Histadrut's program in Israel -ill be discussed, with emphasis ........... -.. .... — ,----• n the Kupat Holim campaign. | measure would provide a general "alendar of local events, includpardon for all crimes committed lg luncheons, film showings and in connection with World War II ^e group's third annual Seder, and the Nazi regime. A Social —ill also be presented. Democratic spokesman said that Program will feature a musical "no one can acquit German deiresentation by Miss Rose Rosamocracy of its duty to clean up its .iond. I own house." Cantor Meyer Gisser, of Temple Zamora, was featured at the Chanuka parly ol the Detroit Social Club last week at the Algiers hotel. Speaker was Rabbi B. Leon Hurwitz, Temple Zamora spiritual leader. DAILY PICK-UPS TO NEW YORK M. LIEBERMAN & SONS LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE MOVING TO AND FROM NEW JERSEY • PHILADELPHIA • BALTIMORE ALBANY • WASHINGTON • BOSTON PROVIDENCE and all other points Weekly Service fire Proof Constructed Storage Warehouse 655 Collins Ave., Miami Beach Dial JE 8-8353 ****^***-*^'iA ^ A *^*^^^-*^**^.*.*^^.^,^^,..d M-\\ YORK 'I V tin entertainment business weekly reported this week that a K SeVling scr.pt about the Warsaw was dropped by LBS-IV, ,„,. r objections from represent* tlvei ol i I h lnree "P on -" or 0 ( -playhouse 90." the program for which it had been scheduled. The> considered the play %  'depressing." The script. "In the Presence of Mine Enemies," apurchased by tits, approved by the CBS editing department, and fU to have been taped m Hollywood next month. Joseph Sehililkraut had been scheduled to play the lead. Then, Variety repe-rtad, Lei* rn and Ntwtll, tha advertising agency for pon*or American Gas Association, objacted, cootending that last summar Playhouse 90 sponsors had propoaod that "CBS get away from dapressing themes" on the srogram, which has boon suffering from daclining ratings. The weekly reported that "evidently."' the network neded a reminder "because the Berltaf script *rai bronfhl after the advio given to CBS by the sponsors." The weekly said that one of the other two sponsors were involved in the objections but that it was not known whether n was R, .1 Rrynoids Tobacco or All State insurance. A CBS spokesman said that the Scrling script coul; be sjnd at some other time. Variety reported, but "where he did not sty." 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1. 1960 ^JmlstifhridHaii jack Ksliiuj Irs. Weiner Chiding and David exchanged wedding "Evening, Dee. 20, at Mel. Rab bis Yaakov JosetHTNarot offlCip.m. ceremony, the daughter of Mr. trt M. Chisling, 4441 ave. The groom's [the William Weinera, St. or for her couain was land. Bridesmaids >seanne Kov'nat and [ Ehrlich. Miss May junior bridesmaid for 'ger, cousin of the best man. Ushers inLanger, Donald hur Alexander, and r. wore a floor-length ported ivory slipper polded bodice and long embroidered alencon ig a mandarin neckfull skirt featured a the waist front, and inated into a catheHer tiered veil of imch illusion fell from alencon lace trimmed arls. She carried a handkerchief hand'her maternal granda bouquet of white nun.-, and lily-of-thea graduate of Miami School, attended the Alabama, and is now ersity of Miami. She a degree in elemenn in June, 1960. is a graduate of Libchools and the Univerli business school. He of Sigma Alpha Mu |Uowed the ceremony Jers hotel. After a |in Mexico, the couple Dmc at 122 Antiquera, U Siegel rment Told [Mrs. William Torme. Ala., announce the of their daughter, pa. to David Alan SieMr. and Mrs. Bcnja321 N. Bay rd., Miami b-elect attended Vanmnitj In Nashville, las a member of Alpha sorority, and received pro in the University of M presently a memiff of the Greater MiFederation, arc planning to be 24 in Birmingham. inual Show M are under way for [annual show sponsored jNer Tamid. Mrs. Bernt is directing "Naby Herman Wouk. Pag 5Werner-Katir MffS. DAVID WffNM MRS. WWIIl SHAW Shaw, Hollander Take Nassau Trip Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Shaw have gown of white imported embroidreturned from a trip to Nassau fol-1 ered organdy made with fitted lowing their Sunday, Nov. 29, afteri bodice, short sleeves and full skirt. noon wedding ceremony at the The shoulder-baring neckline was Barcelona hotel. The bride is the former Phyllis Hollander, daughter of Mr. and accented with a deep bertha of the embroidery and matching elbowlength mitts. Her veil of many Mrs. David N. Hollander, 2390 SW ttoll of illusion fell to the shoulder 16th ter. The bridegroom is the trom a t' ara ol seed pearls. She son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Schurowitz, 1800 SW 87th ct. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg officiated at the 2 p.m. double ring ceremony. carried a lace-covered Bible showered in orchids and valley lilies. Mrs. Michael Sultan, sister of the bride, was matron of honor. Rachael Surowitz, sister of the ThTbride wore an ankle-length j *ni. was %  of honor. BrideaI maids were Rhoda Halperin and Mickey yMandler. Marty Levin, of Hialeah, was best man. Ushers were Arnold Swedler, Mike Cannon, Dave Platt. Orin Hollander, Mel Bialeck, Howard Nathaus, Joel Karesh and Steve Lazarus. The bride is a graduate of Miami High .School, where she was i named sweetheart of Sigma Rho fraternity. The bridegroom was .graduated from Miami High, and attended the University of Miami. Ardmore MISS cutur TORMI 3K rERFRONT APTS. BOAT DOCK, 1-2 BEDROOM rn. Unfurn. Normandy Golf Course Section, References Required. $1700 to $3000. [OREWOOD APARTMENTS '688 300 & 324 S. Shore Dr. UN 6-9705 Couple to Live In Aberdeen Rabbi Abraham Schwartz, of Key I West, performed the ceremony Sunday, Dec. 13, in the Barcelona hotel which united his grandson, Harold Louis Schwartz, and Ina Rissman in marriage. The former Miss Rissman is the daughter of Mrs. George Rissman. 2310 SW 19th ter., and the late Mr. Rissman. She was graduated from Miami High School and attended the University of Miami. Mr. Scnwartz is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Schwartz, 2330 SW 28th st. He is an alumnus of Miami High School and the University of Miami where he joined Beta Sigma Rho fraternity. A lieutenant in the Army, he is stationed in Aberdeen, Md., where the newlyweds will live after a honeymoon in Nassau and Manhattan. -At Your Favorite Store or Super Market HORLAMUS BREAD *otp %  > % %  SWIIT CMAM auntR-raisM WHOLE MIIK 1 HONEY I md of unblhd flour WHOLE WHEAT ttoneground RYE ICKEl DINNER ROILS HIGHER PROTEIN 100% PURE RYE IIGH PROTEIN made with no sugar, salt or fat added. If Not at Your Store Call HI 3-2172 (RLAMUS FOOD PRODUCTS LACUNA ST. CORAL GABLES XVJGUST BROS k>/ u Wallpapers [ By Wallpaper Distributors FEATURE am K^jlendi ura by IMPERIAL 13:. Care'Wwallscanbe care "free" walls with scrubbable %  i 4 GLENDURA Install Glendura Fabric Wallcovering in your homo. See for yourseli how, with a simple whisk of soap and water and a sponge, most grease and dirt Is released instantly. You can even use a bristle brush with perfect safety. Switch to Glendura now and save yourself time and energy. Our new collection invites your eyes and your pocketbook! Come in and let us give you a free demonstration. Lilyan Cortez Wallpaper Distributors 3800 N. Miami Ave. Miami 37, Fla. Phone PL 8-8791



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January 1, 1960 +Jewlst>Fk*Mian Page 15-A .ICAL NOTICI [NOTICE UNDER TiTIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY UIVE.V that ined. desiring to t-tiKiiirc In mifr iiw riciitiuii rERPHISEH, LUC C % %  blXWMH'ilR LUCKY CIGARETTE CO.. at 41 I W. Mil Aveto renlHtrr said namei Clerk of the Circuit Court of •ty, Florida. tZARI'S SKoi.NICK 12/11-18-26. 1/1 .NOTICE UNDER TlTIOUS NAME LAW %  IS HEREBY IIIVKN that • %  IKTI.'I. desiring to enmiRe In -Un.tfi tinfictitious name of k. 10 AND ITP STOKES a' fN.VV. Jrurt of I >nde County, Florida, JACK A. HIL.IAC Role Owner OARS for Applicant lt St. 12/11-18-25. 1/1 NOTICE UNDER ITITIOUS NAME LAW IS HEREBY GIVEN that %  !gn-d, desiring to engage In linder the fictitious name of kN PRECISION ESORAViide County, Pia., intenda %  aid name with the clerk i-uit Court of I'ade County, IEN, INC., BFRONRON [for Applicant Tlty Truat Bl a Fla. Corp. Hole Owner "Bl 2/11-18-2S. 1/1 ICE TO CREDITORS [COUNTY JUDGES' COURT FOR OADE COUNTY, IRIDA IN PROBATE, No. 477S5-A STATE t>F (JI'ERITE I.ORETTA I.I. Deceased lltora and All Persons Havor rvtnanda Against Said each of you, are hereby ^nd required to present any demanda which you, or [yon. may have against the MARUl'BRITE LoRETTA iiew i i l late of Dade lorlda, to the Honorable lea of I'ade County, and In their offices In the jurthouee la Hade County, ilthln eight calendar months [date of the first publication ltd claims or demanda to legal addreaa of the claimbe sworn to and presented ild, or same will be barred, i-ember 4. A.D. la. U HI'SKIN. Administrate* [the Estate of MAROUER1TE ARNOLD. DeceHs.il. Rl'SKIN [for Administrator. C.T.A. 12/11-18-25. 1/1 [CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF )A, IN AND FOR OADE ITY. IN CHANCERY, No. MC11473 WILLIAMS, Iff. CAHTELL DEAR a/k/A IT. CAHTELL Rl SSKI.L JE HI'SSKI.l,. husband Of ll I'ear a/k/a Beatrice I; And If any of the ii. .I I •• %  feiidants be dead, the Ylsees, graiitii'i*. creditors, artl.s CIHIIIIIIIK Interest by. inder or against the almve udanta; the unknown [any of the nlMive named Delii.I all parties known or univlng or claiming to have title or Interest In ring described property sltand tielnic In inly. to-wit: _ck 26. of BUNCrTB PARK. slon, aci %  rding to the Plat led In Mat Rook 50. of the Public Record* of inly. Florida, brianta. |CE Y PUBLICATION fRICE CASTEI-I. DE \lt [BEATRICE \-TKI.L ltl'Sand JESSE RUSSELL, husof Batrlce Caatell Dear Beatrice Caste!! Russell: II ny" of the above nimed Santa be dead, the heirs. *•*. grantees, creditors, and %  rtles claiming Interest by, |h, under or against the named Defendants; the unspouee of any of the above Defendants and all par* timvn or unknown, having or to have any rbjht. title treat In and to the following r-ad property situate, lying ping In Dade County. Florida. it 8. Block 26. of Bl'N'AltK, a subdivision, accordJ the Plat thereof recorded it Hook 60, Page 20 of the Records of Dade County. LND EACH OF TOP. are i that a complaint for no of forgi-d deed haa been ilnat you, and you are reserve a copy of your anawer jigs to the complaint for f forced de.d on pISjB* Blscavne Building, Miami _. and file the original anP l>u. Ilo-lla (seal) rOAS HNlCBDICN, Deput) Clerk LAI-RKN'CK DISKIN 11 10 N Bl —Wl -.-1428 North Miami Bench. Florida Attorney for Pluintlff 12/18-3.-. in-< IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 4SW1-C IN RE: Estate of SAMUEL ALI'KU. I r4*4.' •*' I Hf %  11 NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or I>emaiida Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demanda which you may have against the eatate of SAMUEL AI.I-BR Deceased late of Dude Countv, Hoi Ida. In the County Judges of Dade County, and file the aame In their offices in the County Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred. RICHARD <; A Li HSR CI.m-t.RI: Ii Al.PER STANLEY M l'RED Attorney 814 Seybold Building Miami. Florida 12/25. 1/1-8-16 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 4*209 B IN RE Bat lie of ABRAHAM WJ1 ITEIK H.'SE Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS | To All Creditors and All PeftKHM Having Claims or Demanda Against Said Batata; You are hereby notified and required t,, present any claims and demanda which you may have against the eatate of ABRAHAM WHITBHOUSE deceased late of Iiade County. Florida, to the County Judge., of Dade County, and file the aame la tin It offices In tin County CourtheaUM iii Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication here, or the same will be barred SANPoRD I. rVHITBHOUSB, • utor RICHARD AI.TSIHI.ER .,"4 S.-W.m llldg., Miami 32. Fla. PKorikliii 9-4536 12/25. 1/1-8-15 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 4*200 IN RE: Eatate of AMELIA LOE WEN HERO Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: Yea are kereeiy s ml lrli d and required to present any claims and demanda which you may have again*! the eatate of AMELIA LOEWENHERIi deceased late of Dade County. Florida, to toe Honorable County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their offices In the Count) Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar montha from the date of the first publication hereof Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be aworn to and presented as aforeaHid. or same will be barred. See Section 733.18 of the 1D45 Probate Act. Date December 18, AD 16. WILBUR i: LOBWRNBERO and SEYMOUR .1 l.i.KWENKEHO as Bxeeutora e* the l.ast Will and Teatnnienl of Amelia Loewenhi-ru Dwvaaed. KOVNBR MANNHEI.MER Atiornvys for Executors 12,:' General Capitalcerp. ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE FINANCING WAREHOUSE LOANS FACTORING EQUIPMENT FINANCING COMMERCIAL PAPER Phon.: TUxwdo 8-7551 4309 N.W. 96th Strcot Miami Springs. Florida H. S. GRUBER PRESIDENT GEORGE J. TALIANOFF CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS If...:: I 1 OIVEN that .n..I. drslrine to engage In is name of BAKNELL \l"is al ISl-tM 84th hi a Intend.M to ll r ^.ilil name v ith tlie Clerk of I the Circuit Court of Dade Co 1 Florida. li'KI. N SAMET, Sole Owner AN I Attorneys for Applicant lliu S.W. 1st 12 11-18-25. 1/1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBT OIVEN that tinundersigned, desiring to engage In the ftctitloirs mimes of PRIDE INTERIORS CUSTOM DB•II \Ti K s WtiflKHisiM at 22811 N.W. i, Miami, Flor, Ida. Intends to Tealster said namea with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I'ade County. Plot Ida. JEROME E. LEVIN. Sole (iwtier OOLDMAN A liol.DsTBIN Attorneys for Registrant 3303 Weal Flagler Street Miami. Florida 12/11-13-26. 1/1 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! *• Jewish norSdHain solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates ... Mat Fit :.f0. for messenger service I EGAL NOTICE i.-, inc. kincUiT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOB DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 99CI1833 ANTOINETTE ROSE JOSEPH, Plaintiff. LESLIE MICHAEL JOSEPH. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: LESLIE MICHAEL JOSEPH (36 E. r>th Street New York City. New York YOU ARE REQUIRED to serve a copy at your Answer to the BUI of Complaint for invoice on Plaintiff's attorney, I'AI'I, KWITNEY. It* Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Florida, and file the original In the office of the Clerk of tinCircuit Co u rt, on Or before the IMh dg) of January. 196", In default of which, a Decree Pro COB* fesso, ttiiii be entered against you. HATED this l.'.th day of D. MM. E. B. LEATIIERMAN. Clerk of ttie Circuit Court. Dade County, Fla. By: II H. BICE. .11! tseall Deputy Clerk 12/18-2S, l'1l NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. MC11M7 VTRQTL W WELDOaf, Plaintiff, va. ZELMA I. WEI.DON, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: ZELMA I. WELDON, i:.3S Mar-hall Street. Abilene, Texaa You ZELMA L. WELDON. 17.26 Marshall Street. Abilene. Texas, are hereby notified that a Bill of Compalnt for Divorce ho* been filed against you. and you \re required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the BUI isT Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, ENiiLANDBR ATENDRICH, ill Lincoln I. Miami Beach. Florida and file the nal Answer or Pleading In the office of th. Clerk of the circuit Court on •* %  before the I lth day of Jaauary. 1H60. If you fail to do so, judgment by default will be taken against you f or th e relief demanded rn the TWl of Oinphrlnt. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeka In THE JEWISH FM.ItlDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, thla 7th day of December. A.D. !9;. B. R LEATIIERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida I (seal) Hy K M. LYMAN Deputy Clerk HNOLANDER It TBNI>RICH 311 Lincoln Road Miami Beach. Florida JE 3-1443 Attorneys for Plaintiff 12/11-13-27J. 1/1 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 44S07-B IN RE: Estate of 1'is'EKA TAI'SSli; Deceased. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is herebl given that I have filed my Final Report and Petition for IIIstributIon and Final I • as Executrix of the estate of JOK! TAUS8IO, de, eased: and that on the 4th day of January, 1S61. will apply t,. the Honorabli Count) Judj es of Dade Counl y, Floi ids. f said Final Report and foi IMatrfbuttoa ..II. I final dlacharaof dent This th day of I k u ntrin: REiss, Exi % %  itrix of the Batata of Josefa Taus.-lg, i lat sttaac KURT WELLISCH i i\ 1414 i I'.ulldlng Miami. 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mary 1, I960 +Je*ls*ncrMHn Page 3-A 'Corsage for You' Request Period Extended to 4 Weeks Before Ceremony persons participated in Sunday's "iiva University dinner at the Fonhotel, marking the institution's 73rd year. Left to right are lack A. Canlirman; Dr. Samuel Belkin, Yeshiva president; Leo Robinson, president of the South Florida chapter; Charles Fruchtman, guest of honor, who received this year's Charter Day award; Sen. Paul Douglas (D.m.), principal speaker; and R. Williams Apte. dinaer co-chairman. (See "During the Week," Page 4-A.) So many mothers have been 1 taking advantage of The Jewish Florklian's offer of a free corsage ,pn the occasion of (be B|s aqd,Par Slitzvah of their son or daughter that the request period was advanced Wednesday in order to facilitate making the arrangements. "Corsage for You" is the name of The Jewish Floridian feature which makes available without charge a corsage by arrangement with the Blackstone Flower Shops. But notice of request is new i four weeks, instead of the two weeks required previously. These are the simple rules to foUow in order to receive your free corsage: Address a postcard to "Corsage for You," c/o The Jewish Flor idian, P.O. Box 2973, Miami 1. Fta.,t toot*. 28'—British newsed here that the deft synagogue in Coistmas eve had harmling of the West Gertnent abroad and was prestige. Daily Telegraph said isecration could not etter timed to harm >'s standing abroad. little serious antithe Jewish commupoints out" Daily Express said ht's arrests showed I Konrad Adenauer worried not only by of a serious ncot in Germany but ck which the antiin Cologne wiU have of the world." ITISM The Manchester Guardian pointed out that the Cologne incident was the secern! jolt admin* istered recently to Oerman-Jew ish relations. The first, it'noted, was a statement by the West German Foreign Office spokesman that the Federal Republic would not risk a deterioration of relations with the Arab world by exchanging ambassadors with Israel. "In the past," the paper commented, "it has been the State of Israel which has shown reluctance to open direct relations with Bonn because of the possible effects on Israeli public opinion." The spokesman's statement, according to the West German News Agency, was in reply to an appeal by Karl Marx, editor of the Jewish weekly, Allgemeine Wochenzeitung, of Dusseldorf, who had pleaded for an early establishment of diplomatic ties between West Germany and Israel •HYPNOSIS nlnd and body mine xda to Hypnotherapy. I bad nabiti: Smoking; omnia; Female Oieore; Nervpua Teneion; idence; Overweight; trfltea: Eto. Improve | and phyeically. APriUY, M$.D. lypnothcrapy Clinic Ae. HI 1-0033 fright 15 ISAAC UOOM FOR A CAR WAX? the EASY CAR WAX Yiddish Writer Is Miami Visitor Isaac Bloom, noted Yiddish writer, is now in Miami to mark his 4lst anniversary as a creative artist. He is staying at 662 Washington ave., Miami Beach. Bloom's anniversary follows the recent publication of his "Anthology of Stories and Poems." In all, he is tha author of six published works, I n c I u di n 0 "From Shore to Shore," "In Solitude," "Passage of Years," "Kinrest of Life," "A Polish Village," In addition to the anthology. Bloom has a number of other volume* of collected work* prepared for publication. Many of the noted Yiddish writer's books have been translated into Hebrew and English. Recently returned from Israel, he was late last year feted by the Jewish Folks Library of Montreal and the Montreal Jewish community. The Boston Jewish community also honored Bloom at a function recently. 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Page 14-A Jcni§tfkr*fon Friday. January y Orde Wingate: Portrait of a Wildly Devoted Spirit ORDE WINGATE: Sykes. S75 pp. A Biography. Cleveland and By Christop.ier New York: The WcrW Publishing Company. $6.00. one of O RDE WINGATE mi a fascinating man. those rare human beings 1 '"fe as though H ere an endle-M • ; an enigmatic figure in whom genius .raded as eccentricity. People either admired him or him: : -no middle ground in denims. ON MOBAl FOUNDATIONS I help J %  U .-. %  • M ORT" 1956 this provocati\e man who alternated tirades c: lently pa.-sionate talk with spells of brooding silence. Those who respected him recognized the horn-sly of his unwavering an view of Jewish life. Students are urged to retain individual loyalties to Reform, Consanative or Orthodox Judai.-m Rabbi Jehudah M. Cohen, in hi* capacity of Pacific Coast regional Hillel director, has commented on the reaction of the American student to the many Israeli youths >tudying here. He sadly reported: Most Israeli students I have met are unaffihated religiously They speak disparagingly of the religion of their homeland ." Since the I>raeh sabra is idealized. Rabbi Cohen found that 'when the I-raeli speaks dixiainfulty of the Jewish rehgthe American may very well experience an almost traumatic episode." A battle took place at the University of California Hillel Foundation when Israelis sought to take over its Seder that would exclude AmericanIDlillel be reserved for Israelis only" on | tted for \ears. Today, on many a campu-. a h^h proportion si Israelis shun Hillel S k that thc\ don't %  on t: .. morc p -". elements ally. eh IsBiblical Overseas Newsletter. By EUAHU SALPETER How Refugees Walked to the Promised Land QNE CANNOT L.VE day .^daT out without an awareness that one is participating in something unique >.'mething extraordinary in human history. It takes some special event-thing extraordinary even in the general uniqueness of the current expenenceJsraehT ^ffSTj^A St £l tne remmder came in the form of •>'„„„ msmm rtass" r emmders of ** ssars far-away Arab countries rt^fi ""^ paths to the Holy Land. After BIIWH, it0 fuld reconnoitring, after cnss^lV*'^ TlL* ly reached a great port city ruled by a frlf 0 „ *!>. %  ?* %  "ve Ld-K fntou h r w t h ES They assisted him in working out more deUiled ullt gave him some money, part of which he usVdTh„! eral daggers and a rifl. and some LSSST *"' and urged them to join him in „,„ he U f **** all the local Jews. Howe Tr "h I" 0 **" gers of the trip, and fmallv„nlv %  a 1 of ,he •""• related families agree. Ubark nT T'* 1Dd rested. b. a „ and lorkrt i" h I' ""> ""' "Jmirtir Yd,,.. „„ „ S, i'id?, ,'"?""• %  ? .ch"S", "pSrjg* mm m, *,„,, E^.v&£ssrA' s £ is a cast k introduction to u u Elath. lrael Ambassador in London) who had an introduction io w, a I in the afrernoon of a very hot day Wui^ tin nothing but the moat complete nudity/ia him at the door led him into the sitting room, ia^,. ly began to talk of serious matters, followed b .: talk about Zionism, after which, as u pn -till naked, be saw his (swat politelj t 0 u, Wingate was. as most readers know, a great and good friend of the Jews. Appointed by Eagin 1936 to Palestine as an Arobist. he had beat in Haifa <>nl> three and a half naossths when he |^. a Zionist In fact, he her ns — ao extresM t that the Jewish leaders, whose policy at that e of careful restraint, were rather tical, if nol downright frightened, by tan f.llow. It was impossible, they .hman to be a Zionist. Wh> shossl a Zionist? "Great Britain baf Moslem interests and commitment! : which were fatally disturbed by Jewish ambi. Hon. Why should that state of things be pleashw British official?" THE confidence of the Zionist leaden came slowly, %  but it wa never betrayed. Often flying in the face of his supporters. Wingate organized the Special Squads of Jewish and British soldiers to combat the Arab terrorists, and led them brilliantly, he became a close friend of the Weizmanns. He wrote reams of thick papers to the British Home Office urging the Zionist cause. His hero was Gideon; very much a mystic. Wingate seemed to envision himself a modern Gideon At one point he ordered his officer to obtain a large number of ram-honu iwtuca were not. of course, available in any quantm Wiawas furious when the man brought back buglet instead The officer, deeply puzzled, went to his superior. Bredin. for an explanation. "Bredin threw up his hands and >aid that as far aa he could make out. the Captain, after a deep study oi Holy Writ, wanted to have some ram horns to Mow around the walls of a Milage where the gangsters sheltered." They did indeed us,the bugles a couple of times. Wingate is still known in Israel as "Ha-Yadid" -the friend At Em llarod be once mad* a speech in which he said, in Hebrew: "God give it to us ts slay the enemies of the Jews, for the of the Jews are the enemies of was his deepest ambition, often enemies all mankind It voiced, to lead a OffOtrOKITT FU '•1 out "But u4i\ ir tftu Hlight Ht %  \ *>\t3 ILucJirn. a ^_J "iha L.4J a fool' -ieJ Htcohqt empatgws, \V'in f Sinter' Ot U :^,. mp ,tewcr and ht hrld the | ftrr ocewpssd or couU fto "c ui Kmg of the )eu -• tiie moat wo*. the only ptofht threw it ail IMV b. •^r'tente 1 Msttr% %  JOT a long (tax. "' "attle This "mission" was never W. Wmgnle. grown too loud and in, jMJf, Br,,i.sh. wa, ,nt aw V fro••* T M U ok he V7 mti T Prt of hi. 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[January 1, 1960 Jenlsfi nnrfcfton Page 13-A ices This Weekend I sad final candle Friday evening brings to a-conclusion the celebration of Chanuka, the Featival of Lights, which marks l -?e.Tifiiory v over Graeco-Sfrian KinjL4 kly Portion." BfiO'B. 301-311 Waahington TJhodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. •aurice Mamehee. |>'ri;Saturday 8:80 a.m. (..TSST* "' Light." 4 AIL. 1 NW Srd ave. ILAH. 888 Euclid ave. Or. abbi Jeeeph E Rackovsky. ,n,ra, Saturday 8:30 a.m. JOv." CANDLELIGHTING 71/Mf 1 Teveth — 5:22 pan. \w C_ci\ ersation :rn3 .trpwan -is *?tf onan D^nafn nla'pixa ia nin .rjian ?nk WF] rnrw p by mr nopn nia lA.ika nrasn J^nn^nb-inra ?•? awrn? T ^# 5 n|?a' naa ityf Sermon: "Pharaoh Dreams of Destruction." Sermon at 4:15 p.m. service: "Our Duty to Rate* Light* CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 408 10th at. Orthodox. Rabbi Chaim Karlineky. iORAL WAV JEWISH CENTER P.O. Box 34-5S4, Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Friday 8:30 p.m. a* 11640 SW 1th at. Sermon: "Solomon and Hheha — The Hook and the Book of Books," Saturday 8 a.m. Sermon; 'Weekly Pot" tlon." OADE HEIGHTS"CENTER. .18180 NW 2nd ave. Conservative. Cantor Emanuel Mandel. FLAQLER GRANADA 50 NW 51s1 pi. Conservative. Rabbi Bernard Shoter. Canter Fred Bernstein. Friday 5 and :lS 1MB. jSermoa: "1 —Rctroapect."' Saturday 5 9a.m. Bar i Mltavah Ilowagd. aofr o4 M. and Mm. ] Nathan Hravern^Wi„ ^ FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL 1S01 C. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi Mariue Ranson. Cantor Sherwln Levine. t—a~HEBREW ACADsSMV. IJJ Sth st. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross. • — HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CONOREQATION. 1160 W. 68th St.. Palm ave. Frldav 1:15 p.m. Sermon! "Can the Tear Cfietonuion Replace the Hosh Hanhona'OVcr.vaii' HOLLYWOOD TSjMPLB SINAI. SOJO Polk st. Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor Vehudah Heilbraun Friday I:1S p.in. Sirmon: "The JXiw"i.-M View <.f Jenus." ISRAELITE CENTERTSIJS. SW 24th tor. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Lout*. Cohan. Friday 1:11 and 8:15 pa*. Sermonr "Time." Saturday! avm.. Bar atltavah: Har\ey. son of Mr.'tin ft Mr*. laldore Bernstein, who -||l float Friday evening iineg Shabbat. .KNE8ETH ISRAEL. 141S Euclid ave. Irthodox. Rabbi David Lahriieid. lantor Abraham Self. Friday 5:15 and 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "The fhlldren'g Ssory of Chanuka." Saturday 8:*o .m. Sermon: "The Ploua One." MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION 1101 SW 12th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Herechell Seville. Cantor Joseph Salxman. *• ••• r> Friday 5:t0 trtsBatinMag • B.tn. Bermon: "Concludlqa; Uia. Fge^lral." MONTICELLO PARK. tSdtn at. and NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max LipshlU. Cantor Ben-2ion KieochenbauM. ''~ Friday 5:1,", aaunBiM rtrsfcSereenn; "1 Roaolve." SauuiUy-.ft **\ t*r Mltavah: Roger. aWtoT Mr and MTH. M.-1vln Alperln>JVKarnoj 'J'A*vakening and Remaining Alert." NORTH DADS CENTER. 13830 W Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Henry Okollca. Friday :1." |> m. Sermon! "A Ifeer Saturday t a.m. Unr Mltxvah. Ilnnald. eon Of • Dr. and Mrs. rhlllli> Stark. NORTH SHORE CENTER. 820 78th st Conservatlya^Jfjkhk tfcuier Abraea ov.itz. Cantor Eowl>d T Ctein Temple Emanu-El United Synagogue Youth chapter presented an original musical play by Trixie Levin, "Judah Rides Again." last week. Shown at rehearsal (top row) are (left to right) Stanley Muravchick, Barry Gersten, Margie Frankel, Ronald Isaacson, Rhoda Deutschman, Howard Hauser, Steven Robinson, Arthur Rubin. Bottom row (left to right) are Lois Ross, Roberta Brick. Pamela Greene., Delate Lipton, Rosalind Lehrman and Linda Gordon. Also included in the cast were Marsha Glassman, Judy Feldman, Elaine Stone, Jonathan Turk. Jack Feldman and Barbara BalL Piano accompanist was Mrs. Ben BalL with choreography by Sandy Atkins. I Khibifion of Folklore nide told us that the exkings! in the exhibition collected from three husople is sixty-five villages Dinorities. interesting things in the inside the building. ss s Druse house with its a, utensils and ornaments; Ber corner we ssw BedDt; and here was sn old in weaving, a colorful carArab girls embroidering I with beautiful embroidery, j Exhibition was really very! The best testimony of j is the fact that since about half s year sgo, hundred and twenty people have already vislished by Brit Ivrit Olamit) Friday H:3u p.BV .M-lurday a.an. Haft Mltxvah: Alfred. 3sVTrf T MJ and Her*)ie> I'.einatatlo. S.ruiuu; \\..kly Portion." r SOUTHWEST CENTER. 84M SW St; at. Conservative. Rabbi Maurtee Klein. • TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 170BSCollins Ave. Rabbi Jonah Caplan. Friday X:J0 p.m. Saturday t a.m. Sermon: "Are Dreamera Impractical People?" TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr.. S. Miami. Reform Rabbi Herbert Baumoard. Cantor Charles Kodner. Friday 7:80 p.m. Chamika service to feature "The Might Light* of Chanuka," by Mra. Dorla Helton, and prepii, \ Uv students, of the third and fifth grade of Sunday school. S "The Light That Wouldn't Go Ouf." Beth El Pupils Mark Chanuka Sunday and Hebrew schools of: Beth El Congregation observed. Chanuka Sunday. Audience included parents, Phil-' ip Barkowitz, Abe Pepper, Saul thPotash and Sam Miller, officers of the congregation, and members of the board of education. Special awards went to Shirley Gray, Judith Graf, Michael Goldfarb, Robert Deller, Irvin Feit, Susan Kurtz, and Richard Spool. Sunday school group was undor the direction of Mrs. Joyce Picker. Rabbi Silolom Shift, spiritual leader of the congregation, addressed the) children, who presented a gift to Mrs. Sarah Fidel for her services to tho school. Participants in the program in eluded Stewart Bell, Lillian Glass. Ronald Stauber, Rochelle Zalis,' Harry Berman, Mark Greene, Elias Haim, Susan Kurtz, Joel Mos-j kovitz, Steven Rozynes, Mark] Spool. Philip Spool, Bruce Tucker, Carole Stein, Linda Adelman, Harry Asatsnowicz, John Bebczuk. Curtis Bernstein, Michael Goldfarb, Steven Greenstein. Irs Hirshhorn, Paul Korman, Steven Levy. Larry Lipner, Deborah Moss. Lana Neiman, Shirley Gray, Max Corndorf. Robert Deller, David Felson, Jerrold Foster. Judith Gray, Paul Rozynes, Ronald Rumack, and Richard Spool. Open Forum Due At Miami Hebrew Regular program of adult Jewish education at Miami Hebrew Congregation will feature the first in a monthly series of Open Forums on Tuesday evening. Theme of the first forum will be "The Three Branches of Judaism." Rabbi Solomon Schiff. Congregation Beth El, Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg, Beth David Congregation, and Rabbi Herbert Baumgard, Temple Beth Am, will present Orthodox, Conservative and Re1848 Polk et Rabbi Samuel TEMPLE BETH EL. Hollywood. Reform. Jaffa. TEMPLE BETiTsHOLEM of Hairy wood. 1788 Monroe st Conssrvative Rabbi Samuel Lerer. Cantor Ernest Schreiber. Frldav S p m. Has Mltavah: Marina. daughter of Mr. and airs. Irving Cheaa. Saturday • am. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chaa. •ve. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Krenish Centor Da vie Convlser. Frlay 1:13 p m. Annual Chanuka can.lleliiiln eorvtce. Saturday l'L4* am liar Mltgvak: Julian, eon of Mr. and Mra. Julian Newbauer. TEMPLE BNAI SHOLOM. 18880 NW Sfnd ave. Conservative Rabb> Sheldon Edwards. Cantor Ben Qreeaberg TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Israel RelsB, Friday S and 8:18 n-a Hermog; "Now *AIBJ JOSffM MAK0J Rabbi Narot Named Lecturer The appointment of Rabbi Joseph R. Narot as Visiting Lecturer in Homiletics at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion was announced in Cincinnati Wednesday by Dr. Nelson Glueck. College-Institute president. Rabbi Narot. spiritual leader of Miami'* Temple Israel, will lead sessions among rabbinic students in the College-Institute Homiletics Department thiring the week of Jan. 25. Dr. Glueck ssid. Rabbi Narot. who has been serv1 ing the Miami congregation since 1950, is s Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Western Reserve University. He was ordained at Hebrew Union College in 1940, and received the Doctor of Hebrew Letters degree from HUC in 1948. Before coming to Miami, he was rabbi of Temple Beth Israel. Atlantic City, from 1940 to 1950. Brandeis Names Janis to Council Ernest Janis, Miami area builder and executive head of JanisMank Construction Corp., has been named by the Brandeis University board of trustees to the President's Council. Announcement of the election was made by Dr. Abram L. Sachar, president of the university, at Wa L tham, Mass. The President's Council is a national body of professionals and businessmen who function in as advisory and consultative capacity to the Brandeis administration. Some 60 persons in the nation are members of the council. Dr. Sachar said that Janis' is the first election Irom the State of Florida. Only five Council members are from the South. Active in many communal affairs. Jams is a vice president of the Brandete University Club of Greater Miami, and resides with his family at 5850 Alton rd. Dimes Drives Picks Leader Wilbur C. Rollins. Miami attorney, has been appointed special events chairman of the 1960 March of Dimes, it was announced here by W. C. (Cliff) Herrell, Dade county March of Dimes director. Under Rollins' leadership, civie clubs, service and fraternal organizations will be asked to sponsor and promote various fund-raising endeavors during the month of January. form branches of Judaism, respectively. Rabbi Herschell Seville, moderator, will invite questions from the audience. Admission is free. Year — New Horlaono." Saturday H am. Bar MItavili BtaphOB, son of Mr and Mrs. Martin Slneley: Paul. ..,„ of Mra. Ulllan Slegel. Sernu-n: '•Week'.> Port ion." TEMPLE ISRAEL* 1ST Nl: IStr.i st Reform. Rabbi Joeeph R. Narot Centor Jacob Bornsteln Friday 1:11 I'.m. Sermon: Pan We Really Keep Religion Out of the 18<> Campaign'' TIMPLI JUDEA* SSO Palermo ave Liberal. Rjbbl Morrla Shoo. Canto' Herman Gottlieb FrMta) I 1"' pm Sirmon: Bible Pacte and Hollywood fancy." Saturday 9 nalre service. Temple service 10:10 a.in TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th at. am. Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi tlonal. Rabbi Euoane Laboviti. Can tor Samuel Oomberoj. Friday r. :15 and S:ll pm SermoBi "New Year ..r Another Year." Haturday S45 a.m. Bar Mltavah: Mark, aon of Mr. and Mra. Harold Cohen. TIMPLI SINAI *NO.~ MIAMI. 1IW NE 18th ave. Reform. Rabbi Bennc M. Waltaca. Frldav S:1S n.m. Sermon: "The Slxtlea den or Oilded." Saturday 11 a.m. Bar Mltavah Jeffrey, aon of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry' l.lroff TEMPLE TIFBRETH JACOB. SSI Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabb Leo Heim. m. Sermon: "< hinuka— nder -f Another Toar'j l>edl<-an •' Saturday 9 a.m. Bar MltsIvah: Allen Bdward, son of Mr. and i jj r Wyman, who will host Friday evening Uneg Sliaobat. TEMPLE ZION. 6720 SW 17th at Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Win man. Cantor Jacob Ooldfarb. 'Friday 8.3" p.iuBermon: "Joseph lae l>reariir." Saturdy 9 a.m. Bar MI1Ivtlt tlnrv. aon of Mr, and Mm I IT .piier. Iar Mltavah at Mlnch.v aorrteo: Kvan. srni of Mr. and Mra. Jerome I'avld iJtngbeln. TIFERETH ISRAEL. 8500 N. Mlgre. ave Conservative. Rabbi Harry L Lawrence. Centor Albert Qlantr Friday *:S0 p.m. Sernv.i. roml i.iwa. Saturday 8 a.m. TORAH TEMPLE, 12S4 West av* Traditional. Rabbi Abraham Caste' YOUNQ ISRAEL. 880 NE 171st St. Orthodoa. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. • — 2AMORA JEWISH CENTER 44 Z* more ave. Conservative. Rabbi 41 Leon Hurwiti. Cantor Meyer Qiseer. Frldav SlSa.m Sermon "New Year's Cloalei" >neg Shabuat hoata: Mr. and Mra David Klvel. In honor of wedding anniversary. Raturda) l.i m : Sear, h for Bl Ity." Rabbi Tibor Stern, spiritucd leader of Beth Jacob Congregation, is author of the recently published "Composition of the Talmud." The English language study theorizes that both the Babylonian and YeruBhalmi Talmud are one literary creation. The book is put out by Twersky Brothers Publishing House. Rabbi Stern is also author of "Child's Bible." "Haggadah in Spanish." "Halorah V'Harnsorah." "Shiree Amy" and a regular contributor to many rabbinic journals. WT. 1S-M. 1/1 11/W, 1/1-8-15



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