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

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

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

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'"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH Until and THE JEWISH WEEKIT
Volume 34 Number 2
Miami, Florida, Friday, January 8, 1960
Two Sections Price 20*
Swastika Returns to Smear World Jewry;
Adenauer Vows Swift Justice for Culprits
New Years Weekend
Sees Spread of Hate
NEW YORKThe swastika, symbol of Nazism, burst out all
over the Western world map last weekendbeing publicly smeared in
New York, daubed in London, appearing in Israel, showing its face in
many cities in Germany, stealthily manifesting itself in Paris, Brussels,
Stockholm and Oslo.
? In New Yerfc, Tempi* Emanu-
El, on* of the largest Reform
Golda Views
Suez Fracas;
Off to Africa
JERUSALEM(JTA) Foreign
Minister Golda Meir conferred this
week with United States Ambas-
sador Ogden R. Raid and, sepa-
rately, with Canadian Ambassador
Margaret M/agher. The conferr
ences are believed to have been
related to the detention by the
United Arab Republic of the Greek
freighter Astypalea, which has
been hold at Port Said since Dec.
17. The ship had been halted by
Egyptian authorities who insisted
on removing from the vessel a
cargo of cement purchased by
French Somaliland consignees in
Haifa.
It was understood that, in her
conference with Ambassador
Rtid, Mrs. Meir also brought up
Israel's long-pending request for
a loan from the United States to
Continued on Page 13-A
synagogues in the United States,
was daubed with a two-foot high
swastika, police reported here.
Rabbi Julius Mark, senior rabbi
of the Temple, said the desecra-
tion was the first in the history
of the house of worship.
The Nazi emblem was daubed
on the outer auditorium wall of
the synagogue, which is located on
Manhattan's swank Fifth ave.
Rabbi Mark said he did not be-
lieve the vandalism was the work
of an organized group. He ascrib-
ed it to the "chain reaction" start-
ed by the Christinas eve desecra-
tion of the -recently dedicated Byn-
ague at Cologne, Germany.
Rabbi Mark said he felt it was
unfortunate that the incidents were
receiving such widespread public-
ity, and predicted that more such
vandalism should not be publicized
until after the culprits had been
caught.
Detectives from the East Side
Manhattan Bureau examined the
swastika and the scene before they
removed the Nazi emblem. The
Bureau declined comment on
whether any clues to the vandals
were found, and said the investi-
gation would be continued.
In Newark, N. J., Simon Fis-
Continued on Pege 9-A
KONRA0 AMMAUiK
. aeapy MrtMey
German Chancellor Declares
Anti-Semitism is Discredit
To Bonn Reputation Abroad
CfNTM Of HTfEMfSM fACt 9 A
TMtOUM HHt 30,000 JEWS PACf II*
JTABy Direct Teletype Wire
BONNDr. Konrad Adenauer, West German Chancellor, promised
Tuesday that "everything will be done to bring the anti-Semites to jus-
tice." He emphasized that "we are not willing to allow this problem
to destroy our reputation abroad."
The Chancellor's pledge
Israel Warns Against Loathesome
Resurgence of Nazi Activities
JTA -By Dirtct Teletype Wire
JERUSALEMThe Israeli Parliament accepted proposals Tuesday
by Minister of Justice Plnchas Rosen to refer to committee the ques-
tion of anti-Semitic manifestations in West Germany and other coun-
tries throughout the world, with the purpose of issuing a warning in
Israel's name to all the states concerned.
-.---------------------------------- f The Knesset, In accepting the
government proposal, rejected by
a vote of 60 to 18 the Herat Party
proposal for an immediate debate.
The Justice Minister who spoke
for the government in the absence
of Premier Ben-Gurion warned
that governments and leaders of
the countries where the anti-Jew-
ish outbreaks have occurred "must
be convinced that this is a loathe-
. some phenomen and must be erad-
icated before they grow from iso-
| lated incidents to disastrous pro-
portions.
Nasser Snubs
Dag's Query
Dr. Goldmann Raps Synagogue
As Center of Jewish Life Today
JERUSALEM(JTA)The Zionist General Council has held an ex-
tended debate here on proposals to broaden the base of the Zionist
movement by admission of non-Zionist organizations into the World
Zionist Organization. The debate followed submission of proposals by
Dr. Nahum Goldmann, president of the World Zionist Organization, for
amendment of the organization's constitution.
The 10-day session of the Coun-*-
cil, supreme body of the Zionist
movement when the World Zionist
Congress is not in session, was
opened by Dr. Goldmann with a
somber review of the Jewish sit-
uation throughout the world and
of the forces affecting the future
of Israel. He warned that the sit-
uation demanded unity and max-
imum Jewish efforts in behalf of
the State of Israel and termed pro-
posals for widening the Zionist or-
ganlzation a means of achieving He asserted h.t making .yn.-
gogues into the general basis of all
Jewish life is the most dangerous
form of collective assimilation."
He again rejected the identifica-
tion of Zionism with Aliyah, and
Continued on Page 10-A
these ends.
Apparently with specific ref-
erence to the United States, Dr.
Goldmann warned of a "tenden-
cy to concentrate Jewish lire
around synagogues end to turn
Judaism Into synagogue
ship." He colled this "the Jew-
ish version of the Christian
churches" end charged that the
leaders of synagogue organoa
tions "were developing ambitions
to turn synagogues into the cen-
ter not only of religious life but
also of secular matters. This
may lead to a distortion of Ju-
daism's true character."
repe#ed re-
dete#0/i at
UNITED NATIONS(JTA)The
United Arab Republic continued
thia week its role of silence, fail-
ing to reply to Secretary general
Dag Hammarskjold's
quests to explain its
the Suez Canal, since Decll of
the Greek freighter Astyppiea,
carrying cargo from Israel. ^
Observers here expressed the
belief thai no significant develop
ment on thia issue could be ex-
pected before the end of January.
In Mr. Hammarskjold's ab-
sence, the Suez issue has been
handled by the Secretary Gen-
eral's executive assistant, An-
drew W. Cordier, end by Dr.
Ralph J. Bunche, Undersecre-
tary for Special Political Affairs.
They met with Micheel Cemey
Continued on Pege 3-A
These latest developments, Mr.
Rosen essertod, should convince
the leaders in those countries
that it is not enough to disclaim
"the inciters to oppression and
9#nocid#.
Arich Ben Eliezer, of the Herat,
who moved the debate, charged
that the resurrected swastika was
not merely the symbol of anti-
Semitism but also a symbol of a
trend by Germany to domination
over other peoples who were also
the victims of Nazism. He as-
Continued on Page 2 A
was
made to Dr. H. G. Van Dam, sec-
retary general of the Central Coun-
cil of Jews in Germany, who called
on him here to congratulate him
on his 84th birthday.
The German Trade Union Move-
ment called Tuesday for a special
parliamentary commission to in-
vestigate the outbreak of anti-
Semitic manifestations through-
out West Germany.
Meanwhile, West Germany's
foremost export en relations be-
tween Carmen* and Jews told
the Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Tuesday it is his belief that the
outbreak of anti-Semitic inci-
dents "has been orgenized by
and is being steered by anti-
democratic circles who use enti-
1 Semitism as a disguise fdr mask-
ing their hatred of democracy."
The statment was made by Prof.
| Franz Boehm, member of the dom-
inant Christian Democratic Party
and vice chairman of the indemni-
fication committee in the Bunde-
stag, the Lower House of Parlia-
I ment. Prof. Boehm was the out-
standing West German politician
behind the successful move to get
Germany to agree to pay repara-
tions to Israel and to the Confer-
ence on Jewish Material Claims
Against Germany, which culmin-
ated in these agreements at the
Hague in 1952 after negotiations
lasting many months.
Prof. Boehm seemed to disagree
with government spokesmen who
have been inclined in the last few
days to blame on Communist in-
trigue the wave of anti-Semitic in-
cidents that followed the Christ-
Continued on Pege 12-A
Rockwell 'Exaggeration' Criticized
WASHINGTON(JTA)The Washington Jewish Community Coun-
cil said in a statement this week that it had been in constant communi-
cation with law enforcement agencies to the anti-Semitic propaganda
activities of George Lincoln Rockwell and his "American Nazi Party"
and had found the District of Columbia authorities "deeply concerned."
The Council said that both the
District and Federal authorities
"have the situation under active in-
vestigation." It pointed out that
distribution of leaflets by Rock-
well's group did not violate any
law, nor did his solicitation of funds
since the local ordinance applied
only to "charitable" not "political"
solicitations.
The statement characterized
published reports of the Rock-
well group's activities es "gross
exaggerations." It asserted that
Rockwell "has no substantial fol-
lowing or any financial resources
to apeak of." Washington Jewish
leaders, it said, continue alert to
Rockwell's activities, but "the
Jewish community as a whole
hes bed little or no occasion to
fool disturbed or alarmed. Rock-
Continued en Pege 2 A


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Rneaaet thai itio Israel lovarn
in.nl .nui peoplt ">'i.' "aanaltlva
mi.I alert" I.' IOJ ..IcM-lopnu-iits
ibroad iffectlni id.- Jewish pan
pla ii.' tatd -ill Israeli diplomatic
i.'i'ii'm'iii.iiin.-> ibroad had ban
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actions wii.n .til tin' informaUoa
i- studied be added, "the laraal
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Tin" Justice Mtnlatar mM ihrrv
grounds Far luaptrUw thai an
Internal tonal organisation existing
mi central Qannany, <>i U loealad
elsewhere using the Qacman lang
Mia, .iv active ta toordtnaiinj
i he anti-Semitic acts m i number
Ul :::
Pajticiixiting in the lighting of candles at a special Chanuka
party hold by Senior Citixens Fiiendship Club of the Southwest
YMHA Brandt of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Cen-
tei aie deft to tighO Bill Heyman. Marcel Propper, Mrs. Ger-
und* RapraUk, and Samuel Goldstein. This group for senior
otisens meets on Wednesday afternoons at 2 p.m. Also par-
ticipating in the Chanuka program were Mrs. Sarah Moses.
Mis. Mary Nelson Mrs, Florence Rosenbaum. Mrs. Eva Wy-
Dxn Mis" Qara Shoulson, Mrs. Mae Smith, and Mrs. Sonja
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Cantor. Oritt Will
Head Delegation
To Bond Confab
i let A Cantor and SamifPI flflll.
general chairmen of the GwJ
Miami Israel Honrl rommillee. will
bead this area's delegation to the
utional planning conference in,
Nee York of the board of govern
ors and cvecutive committee of tbe
Israel Bond Organization beKin-
ninfi Friday, Jan. 15.
Cenpalfffl plans for the sale of
Israel Bonds in I960, which will |
mark the tenth year of the Israel ;
Bond drive, will be idopted at the
three day conference, to take place
at the Biltmore hotel in New York.
In dtitribing the purpose of
the pluming meeting. Dr. Joseph
J. Schwirtx, national vice presi-
dent of the Israel Bond Organ-
liation, stressed the important
part which Israel Bonds must
play in Israel's program o* eco-
nomic development.
"The 1960 campaign will mark
the tenth year of the Israel Bond
drive," Dr. Schwartz said. "In the
I period since Prime Minister Ben
Gurion Came to the United States
to launch the Israel Bond cam-
jpaign in 1951. bonds have been
decisive in enabling Israel to
achieve historic advances in every
sector of her economy.
"Ai tba Israel Bond drive enters
It] tenth year, it has already en-
rolled more than 1,000.000 I
become firmly estab-
lished ;is the most important single
Beach 4fforCf in Talk
Attorney Burnett Roth ws
speaker at a- meeting V/edne__
of the Miami Beach Zionist Lune
con Club in the Ritz Plaza hot
Subject *r "Antl-DeramatU
League and Its Influence on \t
rael." Carrent events roundup
presented by Dr. Abraham |_
son. Jack Fishman red a commu
nily singing session. Josh RephuJ
was toastmaster.
instrument in Itrael's economic i
velopment. The fact that Isr
Bonds have been utilized so
ductivcly in Israel, and that Ii
Bonds have grown more and
popular each year, augurs well (o
the success of the 1960 campaign,'
Dr. Schwartz aald.
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Call for Hard-Hitting' Jewish Press in U.S.
Bureau of Jewish Education assistant director Herbert Berger
(left) awards Israel-made menorah as a trophy to David Horo-
witz, captain of the Temple Sinai of Hollywood basketball
team, winner of a three-day Chanuka tournament sponsored
by the Bureau. Herbert Harari, Temple education director,
looks on. In addition to Temple Sinai, the six North Dade-
Broward religious schools participating were Dade Heights,
Morrttcello South, Monticello North. Beth Emeth Congregation
and Hollvwood Beth Sholem. Harari and Abraham Gittelson,
Monticelfo education director, co-chaired the event.
CHICAGO-(JTA)-P h i I i p M. Jews who are free of organization- gree of accuracy which it does ob-
Kltitznick. former president of al ties and who may be prepared tain."
B nai B'rith, urged this week the to risk some capital to explore
creation of a 'hard-hitting capable, this problem."
American Jewish press" to provide
.Jn the next decade, h awtfte,
American Jewry
repotting *o_Amt'rican Jewicb
ife.
In a guest editorial in the Senti-
nel, Chicago English-Jewish week-
ly, he urged Jewish publishers to
meet with "15 or 20 American
Nasser Snubs Dag
Continued from Page 1 A
and Yoeef Tekoah, th. Israeli
representatives.
The conference was preliminary
to Dr. Bunche's departure for
Africa. Dr. Bunche will visit Cairo
on Saturday. Later, on Jan. 21, he
will be there again, in the company
of Mr. Hammarskjold. The Suez
situation is on the agenda for dis-
cussion in Cairo both between Dr.
Bunche and the Cairo Foreign
Ministry and between Hammar-
skjold and Nasser later in Janu-
ary.
would
elid information if it is
to rise to its full stature." He
added that "the meat important
vehicle to achieve this end is the
Anflo-Jewish press whose ca-
pacity and ability should be
quaI to this greet challenge. We
do not have such a press teday."
He praised the worldwide news
gathering service of the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency, but he addea
that the emphasis and space of the
JTA was primarily devoted to
overseas and especially Israel. It
serves but a minor purpose in
drawing out and circulating do-
mestic items of interest."
Publisher to Speak
t*io o-n.i D-.i.i. i.j-_ ._ j' Fred K Shochet, publisher of
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FRED K. SHOCHET..........Editor and Publisher
LEO MINDLIN ........................ Executive Editor
RAY
ISRAEL BUREAU
202 Ben Yehuda Tel Aviv. Israel
U BINDER_______________Correspondent
Repeating Past Mistakes
UN Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold
is ready to try what has tailed more than once
beforepersonal diplomacy with Egypt s dic-
tate: Nasser.
The Suez Canal problem has gone from
bad to worse. The Dcnish freighter Inge Toft
still lar.ruishes at Port Said because its cap-
tain reruses to succumb to Egyptian demands.
This is a direct outcome of the United Nations
fcilure to impress Nasser with the idea that the
ca.-.ai must be cpen to shipping of all nations
including Israel s.
Instead of c persistent UN policy there has
been only equivocation.
Pert "of this equivocation was marked by
Hammcrskjcki s last rip tc Cairo during which
he sought to straighten out the Inge Tcft affair.
The Inge Toft still stands imm c oil urea rut the
UN" cl-.ie: presumably arrived at en arrange-
ment with Nasser that would permit Israel-
made products to move through the canal
provided 'hey were pre-paid by roreian pur-
chasers.
It was seemingly on the bass ct this cr-
raBgemem feat the Creel-: freighter Astypalea
scuch: uuuj through the canal son-.e tnree
weeks ago. Nasser promptly halted me s.-.ip-
merit.
Israel reluctantly agreed tc the Hammac-
sl-.-clc-.\'usse: dtcumwmSSoa ct the law m me
t.rs: instancethe law Tog so scrup-
ulously holds except apparently v.me:e Israel
::icetned. He has seen that pas: :
to Cairo nere'.y raised Nasser in h_s ;
esteem cr.ct increased the d.ra.ors unw.ll.no-
ness K c-eScre i_ me Doited Nations. Wry the latest decision tc
repeat past nsjotakeol
It Must Not Happen Again
Israel !' = -..:e P.ncr.as ?.cs-er
made the most pertmen: remark ct a.. T_es-drr.-
cs me Em*bM msrusse:. me cicurst m many
the j;-.:.;-mas eve desecrat-on ct tie Svna-
gogue o: Colocre Germcmv
;A"hile Bonn Chancellor V.cnrad Aden rue:
try s presrge acrooa end leaders elsewhere re-
mameo .em: rrser. p-c l.tely rermmded a wcrld
w-.tr_ fcc.ooy merrment ana smug ma-
ter.u. weclt ast__a aces no: alone
mean anu-Seminsm
Tie swest.::: Mmrnste: c: '_s.:e ?-se- --
dared else rose _- ;:: .- :-=me-.-e ,_7 ^
stroy the peace ct Eurore__ar.d v:uc
humanjiind. Cn:e : rie nrtons'o: tne
*"o:.o .crked with rmuserr=-- -- -.= ----- .".
early Krtlerian pcur.es ev*we:e
:c: long
Despite the warnings .? = : -: me vears
competent observers of the German scene
; r.e-.v _r.o ._-.-.- man-Sen-___--
make us reccj with horror.""But"' should
tion thai Nazi ryrarlnTm-. ocrenTcrm"
Giving to United Fund
toons are urged to stay a: --.'----.\\~
ttcy greet IT vclun:eers* and o'-e^ --71 f.f_
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United Fund supports
causes here. *w*h of. wnid
in some particular war ?.--
the aged. sick, lonely, "blind, t
young adult, among many others h-V ^^
ler, happier, healthier
th. VV. IS* year's United F=i Gve far
yours:S.efa, a 'UBd -""-ay Give
re: 111 excellent
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during the *
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by LEO MINDLIN
FOR THf younger generation,
it is hard to beUavO that only
twenty-one years separated
World War I and II. Most o(
the veterans of the second con-
flict were mere infants on Nov.
11. 1918. Many bad not yet
been born. In the!*; eyes, the
lapse seemed an eternity. World
A.MU RorMlan do -
of th* m*rohndt d\ t+4 n------------------
" T E S ..* hv thr horror of a distantly-recoHMB slaughter.
ha"nWl S history as that .h.piag Trafalgar.
^XrS^SvSSSl Bt World War II M o.lp.h.e
War I
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On V*r KM ^^_^
Volume 34
Friday. January 8. 1360
8 Teveth 5720
Number 2
NASSER: 'GRinifiCS, DAG!'
Something of Value in Each
Dl Nnhum Croldmmn has certainly ra.sed
o ret :.:: a: a Z.::..^t Creneral
Counc. meermc: m Jerusalem that the ten-
aec.cy :c oencenrate .ewish ..:e arcur.d syna-
gogues one tc rum 'udaism into synagogue
wc:- _s: ce a-rerted
It wcu-a be at tius tune to :ell .:
T>. Gcamar.r. truly .denuo.es w.th this notion,
cr a ne .s ..::.:.; has vvcunas rolicw.ng the Uni-
;y:;;:c.r :e ect.cn :: mt.liauon with the
Anatever me reason r..s warning would
seem tc ce scmewnr mtemperately-worded.
pamru-m.y j ne .s serous -. mm desire to see
::: =o.e thmg me United Synagogue re-
c- c: -:- Lea'oe:s of
ere _c.e_er.- care been oven two years to
pence: me prss.ee value o: membership end
vc--e meu- aehmte decision a: tr.e organ-
mot.:.. ; .me .r:. meetmg in Jerusalem.
" i: ;-:" comments may serve to s
".f5t5;--- Z-"V V-----"-5 '.nose lead-
-:;' -- --' Goidmann's view r.ct
as vesterday. flf(een yeari are p,fwd lince
., ^SoLKk^Gcrmanys Rasping military effort. In a
Admir h^nod during the "30's. the Th.rd Reich rose from the
comparable period during ^S^TeZ,*. What is Bann prepared to do
* -tfSS rj&ory destr^the legacy of WorldMJJr .-the
V'a'fantaM'ic vision t.Klay. In the name of the Soviet threat.
,ne out are actively contributing to GerrasBy s miht.ry
reS"T?enteerrible iron> here is that Hitler also settled upon)the> Bolshe-
, ik, his major enemj I 'his point, the d.ffereBees diminish
ake the two post war periods h:h heir and twin of one another.
The .....ard. featuring Britain. Germany and France
3S ,, ,, l0 be well mgh destroyed in IMS. By the early
1950s wh th. re of a trade federation, the poUUco-military
p;,lern of pitted Washington against Moscow in the latest
n of human civilization.
WON'T lT tUKOPt Oil
WHETHER ONE WILL consider it egregious or not, the recent
, ecration rs a sign of the timesa firm hint
that the European che-sboard is far from gone by the wayside. Two
an-fomentcd world war- have until now failed to demonstrate th^
futility of the old battlelines. In the long view of history, it may be
that more than two will be our legacy. And. if unquestioned German
. functions a- before, the new East-West division can
give way to at lea-t one more weary if vastly devastating
I in the internecine struggle that has for millenia marked For-
Europa.
Germany, the killer of Europe, refuses to let the classical
view of Europe die. That her efforts are foredoomed lies in her
perversil Mngncss I ncient prejudices. Not the
concern themselves with anti-Semitism, a particular
Inch the Third Reich stumbled and fell in 1945
The i snd other such incidents of m-
Irate the eagerness with which German
! to npcat itself.
\ Deu icha Reichs Partei.
Otto I chairman of the party, last week
' in the Cologne vandalism, lay-
he blame fur resurgent German anti-Semitism on "Dr. Adenauer >
ffcrent from the reasoning of Adolf eon, Thadden
a principal propagai list (or the 1 lleichs Partei, who calls th''
World War II -an irresponsible falstfieaJUon of Ger-
man history for purposes of the politician ."
mfttD PiJtcf or kws
Ml RIGHT-WINS Neo-Nazi group. DRP last April mastered more
than the five percent minimum requirement of the total ballot
in the Rhineltnd-Palatinate to send a deputy to the state legislature
IB like much of a victory But VoL 18. No. 6 of
"Facts" focuses a microscope on these otherwise insignificant sta-
While the minimum requirement represented 87.222 vot>
included v 2', 000 more than the party received in the ssme
1957, and in sonj? part- of the state the Deutsche Reichs Par-
red as much a.17 percent of the ballot.
Tbe ; '<< PaTt> is onl> -superficially" anti-Semitic. A
^ former Col. Hans -finch Rudel liaison be-
' I S ns nf Arccntina and Germany, who fled to Braiil when
fell, fnrold thousands of Rhineianders heard him in-
vcu.
;t
see-
_
ton
Cr ^ ?::P*-':':" oeny the purpose.
: s.^.mcarre c: the synagogue in
.-ie --oa.t.on of Judaism amply
me S;..agocue Tne h.st::-.- :: ;,
I k the oentcality' of the
House o:
Nor w-.II cr
o: me Z.;-
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I r-e: = r-e
c -..
tae i
creo
we_ i
; .
ossW
ec-.o
- rs :
ity.
- ft 5""SS over fee contrihs>
t~"~J_ -ve-ent tc the contempor-
-_- --mmun.ty in the err.er-
e o: ^rael no less than in the
-- ewrys n.stor.cal and i
e locry ^
e-'~~Z" ~=y v-r-" 'Ke-: ~-^n that
" J.~r 5'-''-- < e^oordinarily
j _e-~ ".' ;:: c-: fa-e:Y depends
-~~1 "?:r" "" -"diligent pol.-
" "5 -- *-'e o.aspora. as
faTl-L^* cgsumstances however he
oi W S2^J,m,?d S>'n=ogue re-
:-p= waen Dr. Goldmann
'- -,"-"--":. ^e exr--?-v*lv political
: --6 v~=- --T ."r'*e~er-: Pin - ----'.; -s: ?=v :- me. derel-
r;::-r".:V.v;^-;-;^-de:itit.^..on
---------d ie world Jewish commun-
relSsK* d '^^on- Neither
'rori- I) *r ot the highest German decoration for
,^>s with ak leaves, swords and dia-
r failed to link the Deutsche Reichs Parte.
lustrim past
. ,- !. "" Thadden remains as "subtly" anti-Semitic.
umented v .atlon Uag^ pubUcation. p.r-
' To the contrary, he admits
of wrong,, notably! -what was
e DRP-S belief in the equality
' w th. ,.,h ceverly charge, "that
utrtn agreement with Israel many Germans think
l n^.; uJ "' :n has ** Preferred place."
THl AS0MINAJI0H Of DINAIIHCATIOM
to chaK^eTw ;;,'* V0" Tnadden'S "'g,C,r W"" S,ne
ma eaSsML rffaJ mi,,,0n Jews in HWer's
wrong figures.'
to excuse what was
n rZJ. grfat difference if you use the wrong
tiRures." Thus von Th-, i >"erence u you use the wron*
h fo much of?h!':? 5UMMU ,hat G*y Jew. are re-
and talk about i.^hl PT' "**"* "People sit around
!sa" Neation Artu u v ,f l ""'lion figure is the war
form disseminated a" its i- "',he Dcu,s^e Reichs Panei plat-
"ul thai th, de',, ,, /nven"on in "un'eb declares: "Ws
l,h..r .. .,,eI-""-"''!' of certain u.. K- .W^U-I.-J .h.
- certain group, be *iHtWj ... the
I for war enme. TTstop to aU
| -h-ry action. ?
von ;7'''n m the me city oi. y^ar U.er.
e newspaper, h* 5,,U me and more trials. Look at
,lll(.rv hunung party now ^int ^^^ ... The
re not only ,0 be found in the editorial
m'hc man" of .he i TSP.4per *h,ch Preaches undiluted hatred
Wbere Mirring up dfrt^ eB1, ^ ,h'y C" ta *"* eve"
rha Dussseldisrf
I1'' "ut,chlanHW*P.,?'r lhe Allgemelne Wochonseitung
"T !;i;;: P"l'l.vh,,l a cun'ou! ;,frrirm,n-J'w"h weekly, which in. Novem-
"," ; uand |e*hat artoru^iing ioterview w.th
fulminating lpi '. Rcha Partef. incroe^anfi, .hssjuent and


Friday, January 8. 1960
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Bade Federal
Ja IMOf .., luH AttOCIlliOM .< Ml,-,
Statement of Condition
at the Clofe of Business December 31, 1959
MIAMI UCtfO*
ASSETS
Cash on Hand and in Banks................................$ 4,918 855.49
United States Government Bonds.......................... 16,159,051.71 $ 21,077,907.20
First Mortgage Loans................................................ 117.527,163.34
Federal Home Loan Bank Stock......................................... 1,800,000.00
Loans on Savings Accounts............................................ 651 559.99
Buildings, Land and Equipment Net................................... 5,027,493.74
Deferred Charges and Other Assets..................................... 408,450.07
TOTAL ASSETS .-,-.-.-.. ....... ............. $146,492,674.34
LIABILITIES AND RESERVE!
Savings Accounts.................................................... $ 129,785,799.00
Advances from Federal Home Loan Bank................................. 4,000,000.00
Loans in Process............................................. ....... 1.626.594.71
Borrowers' Escrow Funds.............................................. 204,535.82
Other Liabilities ..................................................... 233,627.40
Deferred Income..................................................... 429,792.56
Surpltn and Reserves........*........................................ 10.212.324.85
TOTAL LIABILITIES AND RESERVES .... $146,492,674.34
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Page 6-A ^___________ ------------------= -
Civil Rights Status Quo Criticized
V,f" ______.. a.. .inn of voting will become
NEW YORK-The two-year ex-
tension of the life of the Federal
Commission on Civil R'8hts,QwQa.s
the "solitary advance in 1959
-highlv disappointing record of
Congressional action on civil
rights the Anti-Defamation League
of Bnai Brith said Wednesday.
In making public the Leagues
year-end review of the national
'civil rights picture. Henry Edward
Schultz. national chairman, saia
that members of both parties must
share responsibility for Con-
gress' failure to take acutely-
reeded action." The League's re-
port was prepared by Herman Ed-
elsberg, director, and David A.
Brody. counsel, of ADL's Wash-
ington office.
"At the end of the first session
of the 86th Congress, a pathetic-
ally weak one-point bill was still
being held in the Judiciary Com-
mittee," the report stated. "In
the House, a much watered-down
adnvnistration bill was pigeon-
holed in the Rules Committee."
Schultz warned that problems in
the fields of education, voting,
housing, and employment are "SO
pressing that they require congres-
sional remedies as early as possi-
ble in 1960. They cannot wait for
the national party conventions in
the summer to be embalmed in
partv platforms."
The report cited the following
as principal factors for the "dis-
appointing" record of Congress:
Failure of the Administration
to show the same interest and lead-
ership in civil rights measures as
it had showed in fighting for pass-
age of the labor rackets bill.
Revival of the conservative
Republican and Southern Demo-
cratic Party coalition, which ex-
changed votes needed for civil
rights measures for those required
to pass the labor bill and for
economies in appropriations.
Lack of grass-roots pressure
in support of civil rights legisla-
tion.
The influence of two key com-
mittees and their chairmen, both
staunch opponents of civil rights
legislation Sen. James Eastland
of Mississippi, head of the Judi-
ciary Committee, and Howard
Smith, of Virginia, head of the
House Rulese Committee.
The Senate's failure in Janu-
ary. 1959 to adopt an effective clo-
ture rule to curb "talkathons"'
which continue to hang threaten-
ingly over civil rights legislation.
Edelsberg and Brody in the re-
port said that "nothing on the
civil rights scene is more dis-
heartening than to see Northern
leaders in Congress and the ad-
ministration dismiss as political-
ly unrealistic proposals that have
been accepted and recommended
by Southernersmen d i s t i n
guished by their accomplish-
ments and their devotion to
Southern traditionswho served
on the Civil Rights Commission."
These proposals included tech-
nical and conciliation aids to pro-
mote compliance with the Su-
preme Court decision on public
school desegregation, federal reg-
istrars to protect the Negro right
to vote, and a comprehensive Fed-
eral housing program.
The report sail that the second
session of the 86th Congress can
enact meaningful civil nqhts mea-
sures that are also "politically
realistic."
"Congress can help to reduce
the agitation against public school
desegregation by a declaration of
Congressional policy calling for
United Fund Sabbath
Sen. Harry P. Cain, president of
the United Fund of Dade County,
will be guest speaker at Friday
evening services of Temple Emanu-
El. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will
.officiate at the special United Fund
Sabbath service, with Cantor Israel
Reich rendering the musical por-
tions of the liturgy.
respect for the Supreme Court de-
cision and the preservation of the
public school system. It can pro-
vide financial and technical assist-
ance to schools that wish to de-
segregate; it can strengthen tnt
right-to-vote laws, so that obstruc-
In^dynam.t.ngs by hate groups.
Even further, it should give the
United States Attorney C-enenW
unending debate v.
.gaiml passage ci^ngrdsjeg-
Friday, January 8, i960
illation," particularly in a pred.1
dential election year.
The League said that the oppoa.
cnts in Congreaa of civil rights l*g.
lslation "hsw ben detenu**]
and resourceful," and the leaden
in the Senate and House will hive
to be equally determined and re.
sourceful if any effective civil
rights measures are to be passed
in I960.
Orah Chapter to Meet
Orah chapter of Mizrachi Wom-
en's Organization will meet Mon-
day, 8 p.m., at the home of Mrs.
Anna Bloch, 1643 SW 7th st.
A Report on
OUR YEAR OF GREATEST GROWTH
' in ,,,n- way, 1939 wa, a year ofirmmJhm progress for Washington Federal. Our increase
in Za auem mi mortgage I....... mm nrtnaUy double that of any P^ym, and
our sminas increase far exceeded last year's record gain. I e hnou ^sjvas hieved
onlv Z the loyal,upport of the more than 25,000 member, of our U ashmgton 1 ederul
family. On behalf of our director,, officer, and aff, '< "' "' ''">*
all of you for this wonderful expression of confident*.
BOARD OF
DIRECTORS
JACK D. CORDON
Aiiiiu i! ir coi RsnoN
( Ka.rmuim >/ lb* tUmrd
- SfoUmsntcf'&mdtfkm
AITHUI H COUISHOI
JIUI.COUISKM
MiiTON m. ctmoi
III CI11EI
....
DECEMBER 31, 1959
Cash on Hand and in Banks ... .,.......S 1.389.002.64
U.S. Government Securities............ 6.689.387.52
U.S. Government Agency Securities .... 1.031.'
Total Cash and U.S. Govt. Securities.....
First Mortgage Loans...................
Other Loans...............-...... .-.. -
Federal Home Loan Bank Stock........
Land. Building Improvements and Equip-
ment Net......................
Deferred Charges and Other Assets
Total Assets.................____.
oLiabllilicS anil r\ i:\rrrrS
Savings Accounts.............-.........
Loans in Process.....,...............^
Advances Federal Home Loan Bank ,
Other Liabilities .......,................
Surplus and Reserves ................m
Total Liabilities and Reserves......,
S 9.109.702.15
43.302.701.62
84.126.78
445.000.00
859.660.49
212.942.73
S54.014.133.77
$46,263,076.98
3.264.935.29
2.000.000.OO
141,424.01
2.344.697.49
S54.014,133.77
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Lay. January 8. I960
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15.000 Persons to Swarm Over Dade
County for United Fund Drive Sunday
Fifteen thousand persons watch-
ed television Wednesday in varioui
locations throughout the area to
receive final instructions' "More
starting out Sunday afternoon.
Good Neighbor Day, to call on
their neighbors in behalf of the
United Fund.
Ministers and rabbis will com-
mend the United Fund's Good
Neighbor Crusade from their pul-
pits, urging congregations to sup-
port to the utmost this mammoth
county-wide residential drive, goal
of which is $407,000.
Television and radio this week-
end will salute the United Fund
and what it stands for, and explain
the aims and functions of the 57
health and welfare agencies who
depend upon the United Fund for
the vital work they do in this fast-
growing section of Florida, popu-
lation of which is expected to
reach a million with the 1960
census.
A total of 228,000 persons, or
on* out of evory four, wort
*
jether again because of the United Fund are this sister and
Mother (upper left) separated by desertion. A senior citizen
Ipper right) is blind but not helpless under the protecting arm
UK's aid programs. Lower left is another Dade county senior
jtizen, alone and in need of companionship. Through United
and assistance, he may achieve happiness in 1960. Emotion-
lly disturbed, this little girl (lower right) must be sheltered and
rotected until she can take her place in the community.
ucugh services rendered by UF, she is receiving proper care
id the chance for a normal life.
served in some way by rho more
than 300 different health and wel- j
fare services provided by the
United fund last year. The need I
in 10M is expected to be greater.
Mrs. Madelon Ravlin, chairman
of the Good Neighbor Division, ex-
plains that while volunteers in the
Good Neighbor Crusade begin!
their round in behalf of Dade's less |
fortunate on Sunday, the job won't
end until their goal is reached.
"United Fund begins with you
each and every citizen in Da.de
county," is the message volunteers
will give on their rounds. When a
neighbor knocks on the door Sun-
day, do not turn her away, is the
plea of UF officials. Neighbor help-
ing neighbor is the reason and pur-
pose of the Good Neighbor drive.
"The munies you give-, nuke
crippled children walk, provide
homes for motherless a'nd father-
less babies, reunite Dade county
families, and buy health restoring
medicine for lonely, bedridden in-
valids," it is pointed out by UF
workers. Dade county's needed
goal is $3,653,729. Every "corner of
the county is expected to be cov-
ered on Good Neighbor Day.
G Branch Will Install Officers
fen Gurion Branch of Farband
meet Wednesday evening at
Ih El Congregation. Irving
\h< will preside.
!<' ling will feature installation
Df/icers, including Irving Sachs,
sulent; Sam Kopkind and
tarn Fox, vice presidents; Abra-
p Fraidlin, financial secretary;
Miriam Halperin, recording
Intary; Mrs. Anna Sorin Bild.
[responding secretary.
Sam Bild, treasurer; cultural
chairman, Manuel Burstein; Ber-
nard Furman, hospitaler; Rubin
Burnstein, publicity; Mrs. Miriam
Halperin, cultural chairman; Mrs.
William Bcckwith. Jewish Nation-
al Fund chairman.
Dory Auerbach, executive board
member of the Ben-Zvi Branch of
Farband, will be guest speaker.
Hostesses at the social hour follow-
ing are Mesdames Alex Marcus
and Ana Sorin Bild.
Recreation Group
Launches Series
Miami Beach Recreation Depart-
ment resumed its winter schedule
of adult education activities on
Monday in community centers
throughout the city, according to
Jack Woody, superintendent of
recreation.
In the current issue of the "Adult
Recreation Classes, Clubs and
Hobby Groups" bulletin, there are
close to 50 different morning, aft-
ernoon and evening activities of-
fered to residents and winter vis-
itors, he pointed out.
Registration for the educational
courses, including languages, be-
gan on Monday, with hobby groups
and clubs accepting their starters
Monday, Jan. 25, at the Center.
Miss Margaret Swett, Recreation
Department supervisor of adult
activities, is responsible for the
organization and coordination of
the program.
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Friday, January 8, 1960
Friday. January 8. 1960
fJenisfi nartdKoun
Page 9-A
New Year Sees Spread of Hatred
Continued from Poe 1-A
chor, operator of a butcher shop
thero, told police ho found
largo swastika paintod in red on
Ma shop window. The words
"choap Jow" woro paintod un-
der the Nail device. He told po-
lico he theupht the vandalism
waa tho work of juvanilo prank-
ators. Police began an investiga-
tion.
In Hartford, Conn., a swastika
wax found painted last weekend on
the front of the King Philip School,
at West Hartford. The school, a
public elementary institution, is in
a section of West Hartford heavily
populated by Jews.
In Tel Aviv, a non-Jewish, Swiss
cook employed at Lydda Airport,
near here, was arrested, accused
of painting a swastika on the
apron of a Jewish co-worker. For
mally charged by police with "at-
tempting to infuriate the public,"
he was released on bail.
painted on tho front of Wilden-
stoin's Art Gallery, and on tha
houso of tho carotakar of tha
Garnot Hill synagogue in Glas-
gow. The vandals also paintod on
the houso of tho caretaker, a
Mothodist, "Jaws Go Homo."
The facade of the Notting Hill
Synagogue, located across the
street from the headquarters of
the Fascist Union Movement head-
ed by Sir Mosley, was similarly
desecrated last week. The Euro-
pean headquarters of the World
Jewish Congress here were found
painted Monday with red swasti-
kas.
In Paris, swastikas were found
painted on a row of Jewish-owned
found tha word "Judo" in lattars
IK inchos high in whito paint noar
tho door of tho Soitonstottangasso
Synagogue. Polico said that an
apparant attompt to smoar an-
other building, which housos tho
main offieo of tho Vionna Jewish
community was interrupted by
pedestrians. The words, "Out
With the Jew," were found on
sidewalks at Neustift in Waldo,
a suburb of Vienna.
Meanwhile in Bonn, a 22 year old
carpenter, Ludwig Vogel, has been
arrested in Scheinfeld, near Nu
renberg, on suspicion of having
painted swastikas and anti-Jewish
.slogans on the walls of the local
court building, the Nurenbcrg pub-
kou.es next to the Jewish quarter. Iic prosecutor announced.
In London, swastikas were daub-
ed during the night on the offices
of the Jewish Chronicle, and on
the walls of Woburn House, In
which are located the offices of
the Board of Deputies of British
Jews, police reported here.
Tho Neil emblem also was

Federation Director Here
Arthur S. RoeJchan arrived
here Wednesday to assume
the executive directorship of
the Greeter Miami Jewish
Federation. Roeichan comet
from Montreal, Canada,
whore he heeded the Jewieh
Federation there. He euc-
I
The vandalism was believed to be
the work of young hooligans who
are members of various right-wing
groups with pro-Fascist ideologies.
In Brussels, .swastikas and ant"-
Semitic slogans were found smear-
ed on the wall of the (ireat Syna-
gogue in Antwerp. The synagogue
was one of five damaged by I he
Nazi* during the war, and rebuilt
?everal years a no.
In Stockholm, the swastika, and
an anti Semitic slogan, were found
Monday morning to have been
painted on a building in that city
occupied by a Jewish family. The
slogan, partly in Bogliab, read:
"Jude AwayJew Not Christian."
In Oslo, a 12 inch high swastika
was found to have been carved at
| the front entrance to the Palmira
Chemical Factory there The plant j
is owned by Jews. Monday, the
facade of an office of a Jewish
businessman, in the downtown sec-
tion of Oslo, was also found dis
figured with the swastika.
Vogel was reported to have reg-
istered with the right-wing
Deutsche Reichs Party last OctO
ber, but had not yet received his
; membership card. The DRP is un
der fire in connection with the
Christmas eve desecration of the
Cologne Synagogue by two of its
members.
Vogel confessed to having paint
ed the swastika and the slogans
"Down with tha Jews," "German)
Awake." "Dirty Jews"on the
court building walls lie said he did
so because of his "anti-Semitic
convictions." He is the fourth DRP
member under arrest in connec-
tion with the spurt of anti Semitic
incidents started by the Cologne
synagogue desecration.
Rappoport (left), executive director of the Southeast region.
Zionist Organization of America, and David Goodwin, regional
chairman of a ZOA-sponsored tour of Israel for Passover 1960.
The newly-announced tour will leave here Mar. 28 and return
Apr. 25. Flight will go directly from New York to Tel Aviv's
Lydda Airport. Three-week stay in Israel and stopovers in
Rome and Paris are part of the trip. Information i3 available at
the ZOA office. 1370 Washington ave., or from Goodwin. 4320
NE 2nd ave.___________________________________________________________
Hint German Party is Center of Extremism
coeds Dr. Ban i a m in 8.
Reaonberg, who ia now dlrec
tor of tho Boston womotnoeT
Jewish Campaign.
Tho outburst of anti-Semitic
vandalism meanwhile reached
Vienne with tho discovery that
the city's only synagogue was
emeered. A night watchman
Austria Minimizes Incidents
JTA By Direct Teletype Wire
VIENNAA delegation representing the Austrian Jewish commun-
ity protested Tuesday to Minister of the Interior Joaaf Afritsch againit
anti-Semitic manifestations in Vienna and the provinces, and demanded
that the lovernmeot take atcrn roeaaures to prevent the revival of neo-
Naxteaa.
Jewish leaders here found themselves in sharp disagreement Tues-
day with the official Austrian position, which was to minimize the im-
portance of the recent incidents. Their position was stated by Dr. Wil
helm Krell. general director of the community organization, in a record-
ed innrvlne in WBafB, Be thar4 that the Austrian authorities min-
Dl'SSKl.DORF (JTA) A right-wing West German newspaper
rominenied tins week that, while there might not lie "an incurable gen-
eral Hitlerism" in West Germany, the fact remained that the two
Cologne men Who confessed the Christmas eve desecration of the
.Cologne Synagogue were only 11 years old when Hitler's Third Belch
, was smashed.
Der Mittag. of Dussetdorf. said
that the anli Semilism displayed
by the two arrested men, Paul
Schonen and Arnold Strunk. must
therefore have come "from second
band sources." Noting that the
right-wing Deutches Reichs Party
had expelled the two men as soon
aa they confessed, Der Mittag said
that anyone acquainted with the
"political harangues" and the
tomary practices of the DRP
meetings' would hardly be a
prised by the desecration acts
its two member*.
Bureau of Jewish Education Workshops
To Air 'Religion in the Public Schools'
pco-
The Neue Ithem Zeitung. a left-
wing paper here, commented edi-
torially that, more Important1 than
the widespread revulsion displayed
over the vandalism, was "the long
overdue but ever-postponed self nothing more."
examination" bj the German
pie The newspaper stated
arybod) s.i\s these rBndals arc
bjoiated individuals, mad men Bui
can any minister deny knowing
that the Dill' is : run N.i/i H an
ir.ition" Vet. nothing haa bota
done against it
The paper noted similar vandal
ism at the DlWIBldOsi Swugogur
in January. 1957. and added that
the Communists were blamed and
"Tho fact that the DRP repu-
dietea ell thie says little," Dor
ftimnn asleed "?ntY a year age.
ien Reports Are Confidential
tAshBaf Bark sbbJ P. Ahrens, at any Post Off** or Office of 1
district director of Immigration
and Naturalization Service Office.
Miami, the information furnished
by aliens in reporting their ad-
Religion in the Public Schools"
will be the Abject of three work-
shops to be held concurrently Mon-
day evening, 8 p.m., at Beth Da-
vid Congregation, 2625 SW 3rd
ave.. Miami; Congregation Monti-
cello Park, 1060 NE 164th St., No.
Miami Beach; and Temple Beth
Sholom, 4144 Chase ave., Miami
I'.eaeh.
The workshops are sponsored by
(he Bureau of Jewish Education in
cooperation with the American
Jewish Congress, American Jew-
ish Committee, and the Anti-Defa-
mation League of B'nai B'rith. The
workshops at each of the three lo-
cations will feature a speaker,
pancli-t. buzz sessions and sum-
maries of discussions by recorders.
At Beth David, speaker will be
Burnett Roth, Miami Beach at-
torney and official of the Anti-
Defamation League. The panel-
ists will include William Alper, ',
Lewis Sternshein and William
Glosser, of the Anti-Defamation
League, the American Jewish
Committee and American Jewish
Congress, respectively.
Mrs. Milton B. Zoloth, Mrs. Ben
l.imm Kamen and Mrs. Robert
Nedbor, of the Beth David PTA.
Chairing the three buzz sessions
will be Mrs. Louis J. Wine, of
Temple TVercth Jacob, Mrs Hem
hard Chesnian. of Temple .lud.a.
and Mrs. Max Qreenberg of Tem-
ple Zaraora.
Over-all chairmen of this work
ihop i- Mrs. Max Handahu, preai-
denf of the Council 1*TA Assns.
At Temple Beth Sholom, the
featured speaker will be Jack
Gordon, of the American Jewish
Congress. Panelists will include
Dr. Nathaniel Clickman, of the
Anti-Defamation Leegue, Mrs.
David Muskat, of the American
Jewish Congress and Melvin
Frumkes, of the American Jew-
ish Committee.
Recorders arc Mrs Irving Kush
man. Mrs Fred Sheldon and Mrs.
Joseph Pardo. of the PTA of Tern
pie Beth Sholom. Chairmen of the
three buzz sessions will be Mrs.
Thomas Trent, of Temple Emanu
El. Mrs. B. L. Fabric, of Temple
Ner Tamid, and Mra. Malvin Eng-
ender, North Shore Jewish Cen-
ter.
Over-all chairman wHl be Her-
bert Berger, assistant director of
the Bureau of Jewish Education.
Recorders for the three buzz
sessions will be Abraham J. Git-
telson, Abraham Schorr and Isaiah
Shafron, all of Congregation of
Monticello Park. Chairman of the
three buzz sessions will be Mrs.
Jack Brown,-of North Dade Jew-
ish Center, Sam Allers, Tifereth
Israel, and Mrs. Stanley Clatter,
Beth Emeth Congregation.
Over-all chairman will be Louis
Schwartzman, executive director
of the Bureau of Jewish Education.
The Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion has issued a general state-
ment on religion and the public
schools for guidance of all dele-
gates who attend, and instruc-
tions to chairmen of the buzz
sessions, with questions in five
areas: (1) Bible reading in the
public schools; (2) prayers in the
public schools; (:t) religious ma-
terials in the classroom; (4)
Christmas Chanuke Easter; (5)
baccalaureate services and Bible
classes.
All delegates attending will be
leaked to complete a special ques
tionnaire prepared by the Amen
can Jewish Congress.
The workshops are open to the
total memberships of the PTA'a
of all Jewish SChOOlS, the three civ
lC defense agencies, and to the
general Jewish community.
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Friday. January 8. lten
Page 10-A
GoOmann Hits Synagogue as Center
Continued from Page l-A
Moshe Kol, Progressive Party
leader and member or the Jew-
said this was not true even when i$n Agency executive, who swp-
East Europe was the center of ported the proposals, warned
Zionism.Hft called-Al* ah -a vaai*.noVe/er, fHaf imrrtj-eion.sm
part of Zionism." but insisted that ,ucceeded in implanting Zionist
the entire movement 'cannot be
identical with halutziut or the
movement would have to give up
the task of mobilizing the support
of the Jewish people for Israel."
Dr. Goldmann .-tressed that be-
cause of the "special character"
ideals in tho new organizations,
there was the danger that the en-
tire Zionist Organiiation would
beco-r.e "merely friends of Is-
rael."
Rabbi Isaac Goldstein, of Ham
cause of the "special charac er d tQ ,he c0.
made by Dr. Goldmann of
can synagogues and churclu-
jrged the Council to under-->
.he hesitation of the American Con-
servative movement in affiliating.
of the Zionist movement, -particu-
larly its religious components," to
oppose tendencies of synagogue or-
ganizations to seek the center role
in American Jewish life.
with the Zionist Organization. He
that the prestige and **%
the Ziomit movement am
American Jewry be.an todedme
after establishment <.t Israel nen.
,sm The Zionist Organization, he
!I1U!, |ttpporl Israel but the
relationship must be reciprocal.
The Israeli view that establish-
ment of toe state united the Jew-
ish people is a distortion of his-
tory, he asserted, crediting dec-
. ades of Zionist education with
preparing the ground for unity.
He urged caution on admission
of non-Zionist organizations.
Replving to Dr. Goldstein. Dr
Goldmann said that his criticism
... .. ...... un me fciuiuai ...... GOKlnlann saiu i -
In his review of the world situa-1 larncd that ,he Zionist movement ^mt,rlcan ferred i
in. Dr. Goldmann warned that ___., -,, :., ohm m mher nrsan- ...-._ ...___n .,( ih.. field of'
tion. Dr. Goldmann warned that .^"open lt.\,atCs to other on:an- 'tn'e7r'"n\'.i-:or. oi the field of
present trends toward a thaw in zatjons but not at ,he cost of sacri- p^,,,^ at.un. He reacted th<
East-West relations did not point ,Mwta 7mm., rnnlpnt .,.. ,,,,, ,h., effort to enh-1
automatically toward greater inter
national security for Israel.
He said that the latest United
Nations General Assembly reso-
lution on the Arab refugees,
which revived the 1948 Palestine
Conciliation Commission, was
"the worst of any adopted in re-
cent years." He cited also the
disregard of the Great Powers
for the United Arab Republic
blockade against Israel'of the
Suez Canal and the World Bank
loan to the UAR as indicating
. that "possibly even greater diffi-
culties are waiting ahead."
He argued that if the forthcoming
summit meeting was successful,
the Great Powers would try to
stabilize the Middle East and that
"in any such arrangement the
Soviet Union would have a domin-
ant influence. In view of R
great hostility toward Israel, it is
difficult to predict how such Mid-
dle Ea*t settlements could be com-
patible with Israel's interest.- If
the summit meeting should fail, he
said, this would mean "not only
a reversal of the previous situation
but would also increase tension
which might erupt in various
places."
In bis survey of the situation of
world Jewry. Dr. Goldmann de-
nounced Soviet policy, asserting
that in Russia it was becoming
"increasingly clear that the offi-
cial policy evidently is the com-
plete a.-similation of the Jewish
community uithin its surround-
ir..-."
The Jewish people cannot ac-
cept such a situation and forget
the existence of 2.000.000 Soviet
Jews." he asserted. "Fortunately,
there are indications that this dis-
.nation only strengthens the
Jewish consciousness of Soviet
Jews. We as a people are obliged
to raise this issue in its full gravity
to mobilize world public opinion to
help us." He rejected charees that
such action constituted aiding the
cold war.
The proposals to broaden the
base of the Zioni-t Organization
wt re strongly supported and equal
ly strongly attacked during the
debate
icing Zioni-t content. suggestion that the effort to enli-.
Surprise was occasioned by the new memb. iiationi be
'position taken by Rabbi Mordechai gjVeo up b. the failure of
Kirshblum. of Mizrachi. a member tri(, first attempt- M> goal, h<-
f the Jewish Agencj executive, told the Council. "i> that the move-
He urged retention of the status mcnt shall be the main factor in
quo. Other speakers, including organising the Jewish people in the |
several Israeli members of the Diaspora
Council called for greater vitality Rf ,0 (cars that non-,
;n the Zionist movement and urged uou,d dl|ute ,hc
intensified efforts to spread he ^ non.
Hebrew language and to develop n' 0PrgamzaI1(ini shliuid firsi
immigration. ^ ht ^ the organlzaljon
Dr. Emanuel Neumann. General ->__-... .v_.ij .... .
Zionist and member of the Jewish and then the Zionists -hould tr> to
Agency executive, told the Council influence them.
Historic leqal transaction between officers of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation and representatives of jl IN IIII Prop-
erties Inc.. takes place as Stanley C. Myers (letU chairman of
Federation's permanent site committee. Sam J. Heiman pre*.
ident and Arnold Seeder, secretary, receive the deed for the
new Federation building at 1317 Biscayne blvd. from Ernest
J. Hewett, representing the Bessemer interests.
Theater Parly Saturday
house production of "Dino" on Sat-
urday evening. In charge of reser-
and Mrs. Herbert Laibow. 8711 SW
42nd st.. Miami.
National Kidney Disease Founda
tion will iponaor a Studio M Play
Flagler Federal
Names Officers
Appointment of five officers of
Flagler Federal Savings and Loan
Assr. ni has been announc-
ed by Paul H. Marks, president.
Herschel Rosenthal. controller
and assistant vice president, has
been named a vice president.
Bryan L. Donaldson, public rela-
tions officer, and John F. O'Keefe.
manager of Flagler Federal- Bi-
cayne Shopping Plaza branch, have
been named assistant vice presi-
dents.
Pauline R. Price, of the mort-
gage loan department, has been
appointed assistant secretary, and
Jacqueline B. Roberts, head teller.
has been appointed assistant treas-
urer.
Judge Cypen m Talk
Judge Irving Cypen addressed
members of the Miami Beach
Lodge of B'nai B'rith on Tuesdav
noon at the DiLido hotel. Topic
was "Trials of a Trial Judge."
The Star of David now shines
ramp at the Arnstel^* ^ Vl^
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in for a landing. I ,^ roud J ife IlT i- "*"
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iday. January 8. 1960
+Jm>lsti HorkUan
Page 11-A
\Terrcr Hits Germany's 30,000 Jews
B()l*!=-tJTA)-'A IMtl Of Bti-
r: in tic incident* marked the end
1958 for the 30,000 Jews of West
\i i many whose reactions were
rimly summarized in the inscrip-
jon on a wreath laid on the de-
[,ri monument to Nazi victims
Cologne:
["The murderers arc still among
(Latent anti-Semitism still smol-
tring in a nation which had been
baked in hatred of Jews during
|c 12 years of Hitler's dictator
lip was apparently sparked by
\c Christmas Eve desecration of
Cologne synagogue and of the
.mortal a few blocks away.
At Brunswick, swastikas were
linttd on the Monument to
'ictims of Naxlsrq. The same
fiii symbol was found painted
park benches in Brunswick.
It Gelsenkirchen, the swastika
ras found smeared over the fa-
ide of a Catholic church.
il officials reported here
It police at Offenbach were con-
luiny to search for the anony-
(u> writer of a threatening let-
received by a Jew, 85 year old
be Hamburger. The letter call-
|iill Jews gangsters, and said aTi
is should be executed. The re-
lient lost all of his family in the
Izi murder camps.
10NGER Yet SAFER
NACIH
Won't Upeet The
tnom not only ffieee itrtnfr,
i.i.r roliat (rest eela of hoadatke)
at Is aloo It. Won't epaet the
tomaeh and has ao bed efforts. Tee)
to. Anacln to like a doctor's re-
rrlptlon. That is, Aaaein coatalM
kot ]oat obo bet oeaeHnaHow of
^edleally aroToo, actiro tsarooloata.
(ountifle roaoarch kaa preTea M
fin ali drug caa five sack strong yet
ui relief aa Aaaatoi TaUaia.
l"*TW#*Ucr to him said that per-
I secutiOn of German Jews would
, start again when Chancellor Aden
1 auer no longer was in power. The |
j letter also contended that prof a
| nation of a Christian cemetery in {
Seligstadt was done by Jews.
Otto Meinberg, chairman of the
Deutsche Reichs Party, the po-l
litical group to which the two men
j arrested for the Cologne outrage
| belonged, denied implications of]
in'" Nazi-iii in the party's program.
"The party," said Meinberg, "is
founded on principles of tolerance
and right. Whatever anti-Semitic
and anti-democratic tendencies ex-
ist within the party are due to Cast
German, Communist indoctrina-
tion."
An official of the Christian
Democratic Party, however, cell-
od Meinberg's statement "poor
justification." pointing out that ,
the Deutsche Reichs Party is
known for "its general rightist
trend."
Official government considera-
tion of the possibility of banning |
the party was declared insufficient
by another official, a spokesman
for the Social Democratic Party.
"It would not be enough to ban:
the Deutsche Reichs Party," he
said, "because there are many
ether groups engaging in anti-
democratic activities." He made it
clear that he was referring spe-
cifically to various youth groups,1
I so-called "refugee" organizations,
| and publishers of fascist literature
in various parts of West Germany, j
(The London Daily Express re-l
1 ported from Bonn that Chancellor
I Ronrad Adenauer, who staked his I
| political life on the premise that
! Nazism and anti-Semitism. are
I dead in West Germany, was fac- i
1 ing a political crisis because of
the desecration of the synagogue j
at Cologne.)
Minister of the Interior Gerhard
Schroeder reaffirmed, in a telc-
\;-ion broadcast here, the Govern-
ment's determination to press "to
the fullest" its probe as to whether
the Deutsche Reichs Party can be"
banned under the Federal Consti-
tution.
Referring to DPR chairman
Otto Meinberg's disassociation of
tho DPR from the Cologne syna-
gogue dosecration incident. Dr.
Schroeder said Meinberg's state-
ment was "n attempt to cam-
ouflage the true nature of the
perty."
Since the two men arrested for
the outrage at Cologne were mem-
bers of the DPR, now officially ex-
pelled by the DPR, Dr. Schroeder
stated: 'We must investigate the
background behind the two young
men who were led to commit this
horrible deed- But we shall also
have to investigate whether we
ourselves have failed through neg-
ligence." .
The Ministry of the Interior of
North Rhine Westphalia ordered
the arrest of several persons be-
longing to the Cologne chapter. Po-
lice meanwhile disclosed that
there was evidence the Cologne
party leadership knew in advance
about the plan to desecrate the
newly-rebuilt Cologne synagogue
which was dedicated personally
last October by Chancellor Konrad
Adenauer.
As the furore over the incident
continued to grow. Wili Richter,
chairman of the German Trade
Union, demanded in a telegram to
Chancellor Adenauer that strong
measures be taken against 'right-
ist elements who seek to revive
the criminal Nazi party."
Tho Christian Democratic In-
formation Service severely con-
demned "all race hatred and vio-
lence," and called the synagogue
desecration "an alarm signal to
the German people to watch out
gainst Nazi revivals."
Heinz Galinski, chairman of the
Berlin Jewish Community, de-
manded that rightist organizations
be investigated and prosecuted.
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Friday, January 8,
Studying campaign needs for 1960 are these chairman; Sam J. Heiman. president of the
top level leaders of the Combined Jewish Ap- Greater Miami Jewish Federation; Haroia
peal shown at their initial campaign planning Thurman. general chairman; Sam Blank gen-
session here. Left to right are Irving (Bing) eral chairman; Sam C. Levenson; and Aaron
Kossoff, co-chairman; Joseph M. Lipton, co- Kravitz, co-chairman.______________
Temple Sinai to Honor Dr. Krassne
At Testimonial Dinner Here Jan. 23
Temple Sinai of North Miami
will honor Dr. Alvin L. Krasne at a
testimonial dinner Saturday eve-
ning, Jan. 23, at the Roney Plaza
hotel.
The 6:30 p.m. dress optional af-
fair will pay tribute to Dr. Krasne,
who recently resigned from the
presidency of Temple Sinai be
cause of the press of his dental
practice.
Program will include greet-
ings by Sam H. Lubell, Temple
president; Rabbi Benno Wallach,
invocation; Al Sherman, first
president of Temple Sinai, mas-
ter of ceremonies.
Distinguished guests will include
Henry E. Wolff, past president of
the South Florida regiion of the
Union of American Hebrew Congre-
gations, North Miami Mayor Ed-
mund G. Vischi, and County Com-
mission chairman Ben McGahey.
Rabbi Marius Ranson, of Temple
Emanuel, Ft. Lauderdale, will pre-
sent the benediction. Music will
be by the Rafael Heaston Orches-
tra, with Chet Gale as soloist
Chairman of the arrangements
committee is Nathan T. Borrok.
REPHUN'S HEBREW!
BOOK STORE
Largest and Oldest Hebrew
Supply House in Greater Miami
WHOUSAU ami RETAIL
Complete Lin. of Hebrew Supplies
for Synagogues, Hebrew and
Sunday Schools
ISRAELI GIFTS and NOVELTIES
417 Washington Ave. Miami Beach
JEffersen 1-9017
Dr. Krasne is a graduate of the
St. Louis University dental school,
where he had to wait for two
months to be granted his license
because he was not yet 21. During
World War II, he served in the
Army Specialized Training Pro-
gram at Ft. Dix, N.J.
During the Korean conflict, he
was commissioned a captain, and
served at Elgin Air Force Bate
until his discharge in 1954, when
he opened his dental practice in
No. Miami.
Merwitzer Named
Guest of Honor
Loms Merwiuor has been named
BOesl of honor al '^iMT*
K,.|,rr- Academy ditfirr sched-
ll [or .'.m. 24 at the Fontaine-
blasu hotel.
The dinner will celebrate Mr.
and Mn Merwttier'i :h- b,rtn-
dayg and their 50th wedding anni-
versary. ,.
Wolfie Cohen is chairman of the
.nnual dinner. Dr. Milton Lubarr
arrant ments committee chair-
nan, and Sam Reinhard and Harry
r.enet serve on the committee of
arrangements.
Jennie Grossinger has been
named co-chairman of the wom-
an's committee, which is still in
formation.
Sixty Hebrew Academy students.
ranging in age from 9 to 13. will
present a pageant at the dinner
inder the direction of Mrs. Jack
Donnerstag.
t. un Mats. MawrrzEi
Lectures Slated At Monticello
Dr. Krasne has served on the I
executive board of the Alpha Ome- '
ga dental fraternity, is an active
participant in the dental health
M. ALVIN KIASNE
program of Jewish Family and
Children's Service, on the staff of
Mt. Sinai Hospital, and has con-
tributed scientific papers to prom-
inent dental journals.
He is one of the founding mem-
bers of Temple Sinai, and the Tem-
ple's present site was largely ob-
tained through his efforts. He has
served on the board of trustees
since its inception.
Now treasurer of the South Flor-
ida Council of the Union of Amer-
ican Hebrew Congregations, he
acted as a general chairman at the
recent biennial convention of UAHC
here.
. '

Here, memory
is forever
enshrined in beauty
Mount Nebo, Miami's oMeat and
finest Jewish cemetery < jn l>e \our
on)) hoi< Ju-t j. ii has
ahead) I.....n for ovei 1.000 other
highl) rateemed J.i-li families,
A Perpetual Care Fund exceeding
$100,000 i- your assurance of
ii- never-chanping beaut) tnd
there are no taxes, assessments
or maintenance <-1-. Your imti.il
cost need l- yatui onl) one.
Details ill be gladt) furnished, in
>"ur home, li> mail ..r phone.
MIAMI'S MOST BEAUTIFUL EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH CEMETERY
Anti-Semitism
Discredit to Bonn
Continued from Page 1 A
mas eve desecration of the Cologne
Synagogue.
"It ia true," Dr. Boehm told
?h* JTA, "that East German
(Communist) agencies are now
manipulating these incidents in
order to discredit the reputation
of the Federal Republic abroad.
However, I do not believe that
the excesses were incited by the
Communists. They are far too
clever for that."
Other government officials how-
ever, are still insisting that 'there
s no real anti-Semitism in West
Germany." They expressed the
hope Tuesday that "Jewish leaders
abroad would understand our diffi-
cult position," declaring they would
welcome German visits by leader,
of Jewish organizations to con-
vince themselves of (he absence of
Mil anti-Semitism in this coun-
"The Development of the Mes-
siah Idea" was the theme of a
ecture given by Kabbi Max
A. Lipschitz. spiritual leader of
Monticello Park Congregation, on
Sunday.
In the course on "Basic Customs
and Ceremonies in Judaism." Rab-
bi Lipschitz concluded the dis-
cussion on the "Laws of Mourn-
ing" and began his lecture on "Cus
toms in Infancy and Childhood"
Tuesday evening.
A. J. Gittelson, education direc-
tor of Monticello Park religious
school, continues a course in "Be-
ginners Hebrew" every Tuesday
morning at 10:30 a.m.
On Thursday. Jan. 7, Rabbi Lip-
schitz was to substitute for Rabbi
David Her.son in a course on "Jew-
ish Tradition." sponsored by the
Bureau of Jewish Education. This
course is held at Monticello Park
every Thursday evening at g:30
p.m.
Beth ff Sisterhood Meeting
Beth El Congregation Sisterhood
will hold a luncheon Tuesday noon
at Dora August Memorial Hall.
500 SW 17th ave., Miami.
VOLUNTEER
CHORAL GROUP
Being formed at
Temple Ner Tamid.
Men & women who are famil-
iar with synagogue choral
music & who would like to
sing at Friday Night Services
and Holidays are invited to
Call Mr. ZareHky
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SUNDAY, JANUARY 10
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Rabbi Jottph Narot
Ml. iimmi
Pert
MtA RAM*. 1 p.*.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff
MOtfJS tOJS, 1st* ..
Rabbi Lto J. Hem
ANNA KOOCS, t p.m.
Rabbi Herschefl Sevslle
EMMA CCAfc. 2 Ms.
Rabbi David Shapiro
UfcetMe Meeaerkal fork
MINNII COHNSTIIN. 4:30 R.m.
Rabbi Maurice Klein
"May Their Souls Repose
in Eternal FeacaJ"
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Rummage Sale Sunday
Ladies' Auxiliary of (he North
Shore Post of Jewish War Veter
ans will sponsor a rummage ult
all day Sunday at Stevens Mark..
NW C2nd It and 27th ave. Proceed,
are for rehabilitation services at
the Veterans Hospital in Coral Ga-
bles.
MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION
larr rose.. 1,' SW ,2,h AVENUE
LATE FRIDAY NIGHT SERVICES AND 0NEG SHABB0T
Ri r j f0* THt 19t0
Beg.nmng Friday January 8, 1960, at 8:30 P.M.
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ISRAELI RELIGIOUS STORE
All HEBREW SUPPiiFc mi
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January 8. 1960
* 3e*lsh fhrldHain
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Services This Weekend
BATH ISRAEL. 7W1 Carlyle ave.
00 nabbl *v- -
,T l- m Saturday 8:J0 a.m.
I >|ttlcal Reunion or Hplrlt-
.1., at ion?"
Igerv.ilivf. Maxwell Silbarman,
placet. ____ ____
David 2435SWSrd ava. Con
Itlve. R.ibbl Vaakov Roeenberg
Itor William W Llpann
l> m. hVrmon: "BynacoviM
rrhii> Two-Way Bridge." Sat-
; ,, m. Bar Mltavah: Hanry.
M: Ruth Lucente.
, EL. 500 SW 17th ava. Orthodox.
i Solomcr* ,Hiff.
-.n p.m. Late service aerlre
at i" p.m. Sermon: "The Role
Ci.iver Book "In Our L-lvea."
,\ > n > a.m. Bar Mltavah:
I .n of Mr. and Mra. Jack
j.y IcS,
. EMBTHTlttSO MW 2nd ava.
aervativa. Rabbi David W. Her-
Cantor Hyman Fein.
r. p.m. Serraen: "Where
| lion Benin?" Sbturday t
'The Joaeph) Btory A
<>, Hlem-hrM."
ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Or.
>x Rabbi M. LOsMa Rottman.
JACOB. 301.311 Waehlnoton
Orthodox. Rabbi Tlbor Stern,
kor Maurice Mamchee.
i. Untvraay *:*) a.m.
Th.- Tenth Man of the New
|:..r Mltavah: Philip, aon of
' fftPVfl Brnt>ln-
llln^Mkwr4"aaOTMHFa. Edith
RAPHAEL. 130 NW Srd ave.
bodox.
TFILAH. M* Euclid ave. Or-
WT
CANDLEUGH7ING TIME
8 Trwth 5:27 pjn.
m. TC? aA*tvv*?K"i2r3
tt t:t TIM
nn ot m D-mx
v^W nrtnif ntts1?
i^3 nownn-mtro
11 3Tj .n*# Tflft
^Qn^lfrt^^'JtK>;^,?,K,?
,o- .nriori Dip "lnx*?
h D'li?9 UEfei) 3in->3
pi ,nnn'? on o* watf
(a i?r UTi; n "
.rax
rSUTMN -
A Visit to Hath
|th, the most southern settle-
|in Israel, celebrated its tenth
lay some months ago.
honour of the celebration we
ledmy wife and 1to visit it.
"bm the airport at Lydda we
[for an hour and a quarter and
lied Elath. I did not recognize
lace. I saw streets and houses,
Is and restaurants a real
"I remember," my wife said,
pr trip to Elath shortly after
establishment of the State.
f you returned home you were
letely covered with the dust
h' road."
fes. Then we traveled from
heba to Elath in twelve
s on a dirt road."
the street we met many ac-
miances who had also come to
celebration. Including our
N Yosef from Tel Aviv.
kliahed by Brit Ivrit Olamit)
wJ,!!0**1,- ,?,bbl U* Recvovekv.
Friday 5:15 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.
Sermon: -"United In Accord With the
Torah Sermon nt 4:13 p.m.: "Con-
alderatlon for All/'
CONGREGATION ET2 CHAIM. 408
lath tt Orthodox. Rabbi Chalm
Karlinaky.
;"*L WAY^JEWTSM CENTER
P.O. Box 34--5S4, Miami. Rabbi Sam-
uel April.
Friday *) p.m. at 840 8W ltth at.
Sermon: "Flaahhack and Backlash"
Saturday *:30 a.m. at 8375 SW l-',(h nt.
liar Mltavah. Bernard, aon of Mr. and
Mra. Henry Bekkera.
JADE HEIOHT8 CENTER. 1S1C0 NW
2nd ave Conaervative. Cantor Eman-
ual Mandel.
r"LAOLER-ORANADA SO NW Slat
pi. Conaervative. Rabbi Bernard
Shottr. Cantor Fred Bernoteln.
Friday 5 and 8:1.', p.m. Sermon: "The
iol.len Rule*." Saturday I a.m. Bar
Mltavah: Harrabey, eon of Mr. and
Mra. Joel Friedman.
FT. LAUDEROAL- LMANU-EL. 1S01
E. Andrewa ave. Reform. Rabbi
Marius Raneon. Cantor SharWin
Levin*.

HEBREW ACADEMY. IIS Sth at. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Alexander Oreaa.
HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CON-
GREGATION. 1150 W. SSth at_. Palm
ave.
HOLLYWOOO TEMPLE SINAI. S030
Polk it. Conaervative. Rabbi David
Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Hcilbraun
-----a-----
ISRAELITE CENTER. S17S SW 25th
tar. Conaervative. Rabbi Morton
Malavtky. Canter Louie Cohen.
Friday 5:15 and :' p m. Barmon: "la
Ufa nn Empty Pr.-am?" Ratur.lay
a.m. liar Mltavah: Allan, aon of .Mr.
and Mra. Ihxvi.l r.,njaiiiln, a-bo wUI be
hoKta at Friday rvenlnf Orrej Hhab-
bat.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Seif.
Friday G.30 and S:3 p.-m. Sermon:
"Jewish Book Month Kya Satur-
day 8:30 a in. Bermoni "When Brather
Meata BrotMr."
MIA^MI HEBREW CONOREOATION.
1101 SW 12th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
B Herachell Seville. Cantor Joaeph
' Salxmin.
Fr"da> 5.20 p.m L*l aarvico ser^aa
(or winter heaeon oam at :3o P.m.
Seranon: "Dynainka in Judaism." Onea;
.Shahbat hoata: Mr. and Mra. Abraham
Tp<>l. Sat unlay a.m. Sermon: "A
True Perspective."
----
MONTICELLO PARK. 164th at. and
NE 11th ave. Conaervative. Rabbi
Max Lipahitx. Cantor Ben-Zion
Kirachenbaum.
Friday 1:11 and 8:15 P.m. Sermon
Taklnf the InitiatlveX*'- Rahrrtlar
a.m. Bar Mltavah: Haar. aon of Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Blotnaeii. Jeffrey.
aon of Mr. and Mrs. Joaeph I'orf.
NORTH DADE CENTER. 13630 W.
Dixie hwy. Conaervative. Rabbi
Hanry Okoliea.
Friday I:IS p.m. sVrmon: "Po We
Need More Religion "" Saturday 9 a.m.
NORTH SHORE CENTER. SSO TMh at
Conaervative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitr. Cantor Edward Klein
Frldav :30 p.m. Sermon: "Solomon
th.- Klnx" Saturday a.m. Bar Mlta-
vah: Sandy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Al-
bert liiliar; l.ee. aon of Ml. :n> I Mra
Hlmon, I'rum.in. Kud: "Weekly
Portion."
.
SOUTHWEST CENTER. S438 SW Sth
at. Conaervative. Rabbi Maurice
i Klein.
Frldav :3D p.m. Sermon: "Man a
mal IMIemma." BnUiaday > ajo.
i s. t iiion: "waakly Portion.'
TKMPLE ADATH*YSif44JROrf 4tfjj>
Collins Ave. Rabbi Jonah. Caplan.
Friday l:ts p.m. Siiturfmr 9 am Ser-
mon: "Brotherly Love Aa> the Jew
** It." ____
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5M0 N. Kendall
dr.. 8 Miami. Reform Raobl Herbert
Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner
Frldav MS p.m. Sermdn: "The Laat
,tnr); Mn" Satur.lav 10 a.m. Baa
Mltavah Bobbi. daughter of Mr. and
Mra. Harry Delnon
TEMPLE BETH EL. 1S45 Polk at.
Hollywood. Reform. Rabbi Samuel
Jaffa.
Friday 8:IS p.m. Sermon: "Herman
Wouk'a This la My OodV
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe at Conaervative
Rabbi Samuel Lerer. Cantor Erneei
Schrelber.
Friday 8 p.m. Bar Mltavah: Charlee.
on of Mr and Mra. Milton Kller.
Saturday a.m.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chaa*
eve. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kroniaa
Cantor Davio Convlear.
Friday :IS p.m. Sermon: "Food for
Peace." Saturday 1:45 a.m.
TEMPLE BNArSHOLOM 1SS0O NW
22nd ave. Conservative. R*l
Sheldon Edwards. Cantor Ben Cross
hero _
TEMPLE BMa"nUEL. 1701 Waahln-
ten ave. Cenaervative. Rabbi Irvlns
Lehrman. Cantor Israel Reich.
Friday :S0 p.m. Inlt-d Fund Sab-
bath. Oueat aiK-aker. Sen >'rry- *".
Cain, preaidrnl of the I nlted Fund of
lN.de County Rabbi Uhrmsr,i to r-
niNind. Hsuurday a.m. wnif-a.
"Weekly portion Bar Mltavah: V. U-
Keeping track of the sale of tickets for the 12th annual Hebrew
Academy dinner scheduled for Jan. 24 at the Fontainebleau
hotel are dinner chairman Wolfie Cohen (seated), Hebrew
Academy president B. I. Binder (standing left), and Raymond
Rubin, vice president and founder. Mrs. Jennie Grossinger is
co-chairman of the dinner. v '________
Harry Golden to Address Beth Am
Dinner for Israel Bonds on Jan. 24
Temple Beth Am will hold its
first annual Israel Bond dinner
I Sunday evening. Jan. 24, at the
Temple, it was announced by Rab-
bi Herbert M. Baumgard on Wed-
nesday.
Ouest speaker will be Harry
Golden, author of "Only in Amer-
ica" and "For 2f Plain."
The dinner committee is headed
by Herman Feldman, 6201 Casta-
nedo, chairman, and Lewis Gillis,
400 Blanca. co-chairman. Other of-
ficers of the dinner committee are
DattfJ J. Light, honorary chair-
man: Mrs. Lewis Gillis. arrange-
ments chairman; Marvin Koffman,
Men's Club president: Mrs. Maurice
Steinberger. Sisterhood president;
and Rabbi Baumgard.
Gal dan, in addition to attain-
ing long-standing status on the
batt-aeller lists as an author, is
editor and publisher of ths Caro-
lina Israelite.
Rotund and bespectacled. Golden
has been ati" institution in Charlotte,
N.C., since his arrival in 1939 from
New York, where his father was a
reporter on the Jewish Daily For-
ward. A social historian by in-
terest and training. Golden says he
was, drawn initially to Charlotte
I'because I felt that one of the
most, profound chapters in the de-
velopment of the country was be-
ing written in the South.
"The scope of that story has not
intimidated me." declares the pub-
lisher-author, who has advanced
some plans to "solve" the problem
jof integration.
The Golden Vertical Plan is
based on the thesis that problems
arise only when Negroes sit down
with whites. He proposes that in
schools the seats be removed and
the pupils of both races stand at
Yivo Forum Will
Open Saturday
Yivo Forum, sponsored by the
Greater Miami Yivo committee,
opens its ninth season Saturday,
1 in. nt the MkSMe B*>*h Public
School, 1420 Washington ave. The
series will be a regular Saturday
feature at the same time and place,
running for 14 weeks.
Lectures will deal with contem-
porary Jewish life. Speakers in-
clude Bezalel Sherman, noted so-
ciologist; Prof. Moshe Shulvass,
of the School of Jewish Studies of
Chicago; Dr. Heszel KJepfisz, He-
braist and educator; Aaron Zeitlin,
poet; and Menashe linger, among
others.
Opening the series will be Beza-
lel Sherman, authority on minor-
ity groups in America. Sherman
is author of "Jews and Other Eth-
nic Groups in the United States,'
as well as of many important
works on the economic and social
life of the Jews in America.
Sherman will discuss "Problems
of World Jewry."
Brandeis Club
To Hear Lecture
"Congressional Investigations or
Inquisitions?" will be the topic of
an address by Dr. Leonard W.
Levy, dean of the graduate school
of Brandeis University, when he
speaks to members and guests of
the Greater Miami Brandeis Uni-
versity Club this Saturday.
The lecture, first in a series by
Brandeis faculty members herald-
ing the observance of the univer-
sity's 12th anniversary-. ^'U De
given at 8:15 in the Veranda room
of the Saxony hotel.
The sorias will include audience
participation and a complete- eve-
ning of refreshments end cards,
according to Dr. Stanley Fron-
ting, president of the club.
Dr. Levy is a Guggenheim Fel-
low and nationally prominent au-
thority in the field of civil risbU
and civil liberties. His new book,
'Legacy of Suppression: Freedom
of Speech and Press in American
History." will be published by the
Harvard University Press this
sprng.
HAK8r GOLDtH
desks like those that bookkeepers
once used. Another is his "borrow-
a-child" plan. He reasons that
since a Negro accompanying a
white child is seldom barred from
any restricted area, the solution is
merely for Negroes to borrow a
white child when, for example,
they wish to attend a theaier.
Monticello Park
Reopens Bids
Building committee of Monti-
cello Park Congregation this week
reopened bads for the construction
of its new facilities.
Reopening followed the commit-
tee's revision of plans, according
to an announcement Wednesday.
Monticello's cash campaign was
extended an additional 30 days to
accommodate the new schedule.
George Katzman is building chair
man. assisted by Ray Bookman.
Late Friday
Services Open
Miami Hebrew Congregation this
week announced the opening of
its I960 season of late Friday
night services and Oneg Shabbat.-
The program, in the main sanc-
tuary, will include Hebrew and
English prayers, responsive read-
ings, congregational singing, and
Bible selections.
Rabbi Herschell Saville will de.
liver a sermon on "Dynamics in
Judaism." and Cantor Joseph
Salzman will chant the liturgy.
Oneg Shabbat will follow in the
social hall, featuring Israeli and
Sabbath melodies, as well as a
question and answer period. Mr.
and Mrs. Abraham Topol will act
as hosts for the first Oneg Shab-
bat.
Ham. eon of Mr. and Mr.. Irvine
rWn: Hennett. son of Mr. and Mra.
Louis Spector.
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE tSth at
Reform. Rabbi Joaeph R. Naret
Cantor Jacob Bornstein
Frldav :15 |>.m. Sermon by AsMetant
Rabbi BUM B l'llnlok: "Are Tou
Interested In PrnphetaT
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TEMPLE JUOEA. J Palermo ave
Liberal. Rabbi Morria Shop. Canto-
Herman Gottlieb.
p.m Sermon: "Ben Hur
Watery- Plus Imae-lnatlon." Ksim-I^
Mlnion.ilre service B-m. Teini"
vice 10:11) a.m. Her Mltavah: Btt-ven,
son of Mr. and Mra. Barnard Rein.
TEMPLB NER TAMIO. BOth at. am
Tatum Waterway. Medern Tradl
tlenal. Rabbi Eugene LaboviU. Can
tar Samuel Oomberfl.
TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 12101
NE 1Mb ave. Reform. Rabbi Bennc
M. Wallach. '
l-Ylday S.1S p m. Hermnn: The Moral-
ity ca* Birth OBet"
TEMPLE TIFERBTH JACOB. SSI
a-lamlnqe Way. Cenaervative. Rabb>
Lee Helm.
'Friday S:13 P-"i- Sermon: "When Bro-
,there Renew Ac<|ualnance.' Onea
>: Mr and Mra. Abra-
ham QOOS, Saturday 9 a.m. '
TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th at.
Conaervative. Rabbi Alfred., Wax-
man. Cantor Jscob Coidfarb
Ftida) 1:10 p.m. Sermon: "Reunion."
Saturdnv Sam. liar Mltavah: An.li.
n "f Mrs. A. File son of
Mr and Mra. Samuel Shavln.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. SBOO N. Miam
ave Conaervative. Rabbi Harry L.
Lawrence Cantor Albert Olanta
PrtSaW IM I' m Rellgt'.lta echool .tu-
. will officiate Barmon:
liirltuae of thr t'onaresatlon." Onea;
ShaMiai boat a: Rabid and Mra. Harry'
lavrrnrr. In txnnr of the birthday
.t tht-ii BOB, Sht-Mi.n. Saturday a.m.
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TORAH TEMPLE. 1254 Weet ave
Traditional. Rabbi Abraham Caaael
YOUNG ISRAEL. B*0 NE 171st at.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Btauber.
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rAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44 Za
men ave. Conservative. Rabbi B.
Leen Hurwlta. Cantor Mayer Qieaer.
Frld.i in. Sermon- "Kina I
m.niHis Life and Times."
a.m. Sermon: "Weekly Petti
Golda Airs Suez;
Off to Africa
Continued from PeflO
help finance this country's Joe-
den River project. Thet loan
had, roportedly, been promised
by Washington which, however,
he* taken no action to imple-
ment the promise.
Mrs. Meir left for Africa for an-
other tour of several African cap-
itals, which> she visited a year ago.
She will attend the ceremonies
marking the independence of the
Cameroons. and will represent Is-
rael at the inauguration of Presi-
dent Tubman of Liberia.
After two weeks in Africa, Mrs.
Meir will return home via Europe
where, a Foreign Ministry spokes-
man said, "she will spend a day
or two in Western European capi-
tals."


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Browsing With Bocks: By HILARY MINPUN
On the Way Life Appears to Those Without Eyes
* ... .___._ ... .... like ml inc. shaving, handling money, and sim
THE SOUND OF THE WALLS. By Jacob Twersky. 239
pp. New York: Doubled** & Co. $3.95.
JACOB TWERSKY'S second book (his first was a novel.
The Face of the Deep") tells, in straightforward, un-
sentimental pause, the bitterness and triumph of the boy
who. blinded by scarlet fever at the age of four, fought
for his own place in the seeing world. It is his own story,
and it is told exceedingly well. The ordinary difficulties
which life harbors loom in this book as almost insurmount-
able barriers; the ordinary achievements for which a man
hopes rest on Mr. Twersky's shoulders like accolades won
in unequal battle. One of four sons of an immigrant rabbi.
be is a gradua'e of City College of New York (where he
las captain of the wrestling team,, holder of wo post-
graduate degrees from Columbia, has been Chief of Bfltt
cational Therapy at the New York Veterans Hospital. .... I
is a history instructor at CCNY. He is married and BAI I
daughter.
Mr Twenty is adept at portraying the sound and teei
of his sightless world. The brutal banter between one
blind man and another seems harsh enough; but it only
burlesques the constant struggle of the blind for recogni-
tion among their sighted fellows The author's description
nf -he "Obstacle sense" which the blind develop and of the
ingenuity with which they devise ways to perform daily
Capitol Spotlight:
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Some Predictions for the New Year Ahead
Washington
TEN PREDICTIONS forecast things to
' come in 1960 that will make news
of interest to Jews:
1. The Jews of Latin America, con-
cerned by a growing fbw of anti-Jewish
propaganda from embassies and con-
sulates of the United Arab Republic,
will be uneasy. Political ferment in Latin
states will continue. It will be a problem not only for Jews
but also for the U.S. government. The CAR EmbaMJ in
Panama will emerge in a leading role in stirring up anti-
American demonstrations in the Panama Canal Zone. CAR
activities in Cuba and elsewhere will be uncovered. _
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Things Have Changed
IT'S 1960!
Remember 1860? It
was only one hundred years
ago. How things have changed!
The entire population of the United
States was only thirty million.
People didn't use tooth brush
cs. When they got sick, Jews tool
"zum mogen.'' For a fever, yoi
took quinine. If you were hoarse,
rock candy with whiskey.
People were reading Dickens and George Eliot
and Emerson. Whitman had written a book, but it
took time before it caught on. Heine was well known.
He had died four years before 1860, but he had left
a Btrong impression. At first, he had abandoned
Judaism but later retraced hie steps and became a
very good Jew.
His (riend Karl Marx wrote a book about capi-
tal. He told his mother about it. She said. "Karl,
it would have been better if you had some capital
instead of writing about it." The only money Karl
Marx made was the little he received from the New
York Tribune for serving as European correspondent
for it.
In England. Benjamin Disraeli was coming to
the fore, in ItKto, he had not yet becomi Prime
Minister, but Cartyle had already called him "a
superlative Hebrew conjurer."
Sir M...,., Monteflore was world famous for his
philanthropy. lie was a verv religioili Jen and
trawl,,! about Europe asking the crowned hei
such countries as Turkey, Russia and Romania to
be merciful to Jew., m i860. Rumania was a par
Ucularly Uwblesome spot for Jews. Jn many parti
of the world, "the blood accusation" was'raised
E* :;rhI nryaarRcd lha*Jew- no
Jews to get blood which they mixed with Matzot
In the United States in 1860, the slavery issue
rcM W82!- a ,CrisiS Which "" a,'"< to
rend the Union ,n two, at a time when, with the
development of the West and the building of rail
fh\n\ EUn,ry WaS makin ^ater prog es
a IroadT' JST 2? ** a' ,h ,im" a^u
railroads, which were a comparatively new thing
Everywhere ., was supplanting the horse and the
first name of the railroad was the iron horse
A new party called the Republicans had heen
a Jew whoT r,WaS f**"5 Louis N. Dcmb ,
srs. ^^^^^ &
SS/I' am forh'himh" WOl"d m,te a Stron* *
young and beautiful Jetuh'actrel f om"^" of
!n7mAt?gahtiSaaCS Menke"' W8S a -nsation^:
* """""mnmnmiiii
.....i'l""'"'i",'rraiviii.,i.iti
" "": -i. :,
2. The United Arab Republic, encouraged by the loan
to expand the Suez Canal and other American appease-
ment despite its anti-Israel blockade tactics, will intensify
pressures. Ant attempt will be made to block Israeli ship-
ping in the Gulf of Aqaba. The UAH will increase anti-
l-rael agitation as a device to rally Arab states to Nas-
ser's banner
3. Iraq will be the explosive key to developments in
the Near East. A question looms whether the Kassem
regime will survive. If an eruption occurs, there i- t
chance of CAR intercession and possible Israeli involve-
ment in the chain reaction. Jordan may topple, requiring
a quick decision by Israel.
4. Israeli relations with American Jewry will be a
major topic. Groups representing Hadassah. rabbinical
organizations, and other sections of United States Jewry-
will hold meetings in Israel. Israeli contacts with Amer-
ican Jews will have greater emphasis on non-Zionist
channels.
5. It will be a crucial year in the struggle for Jewish
unity in the United States. A form of cooperative unity-
will be sought by the Presidenls' Conference, comprised
of presidents of 18 major groups. Criticism by the Amer-
ican Jewish Committee of the role of the conference in
negotiations on Soviet; Jewry and the Khrushchev visit
highlighted differences that remain to be resolved. Can
groups differ ideologically, yet retain a form of continuing
cooperation? Is a major crisis necessary to get Jewish
groups to work together?
6. A shift to internal Jewish affairs will occur with
emphasis on Jewish content rather than survival For
American Jews, the problem will be meaningful existence
rather than mere survival. Is Jewish education a mile
wide and an inch deep' Such questions will loom as re-
ligious and cultural identification is sought.
7. Since Israel is growing more secure economically
fund-raising will follow a new pattern. United Jewish Ap-
peal emphasis will focus on absorption of "hard-core" im-
migrants. New stress will be placed on investment ,.
22ftSS .b<"i"S- P'anS wi" ":""'" for ^.ve involv -
ment of individuals irr private investment. Not only (man
c.a commitment bu, also "know-how." as in thc J".
mills undertaking, will be enlisted.
*i 8, An'i-Pl'fil.niat'on concentration will he on removing
m mJhW'v bamcrs "' exdu8iVe' M'-^"<'" 'odlShe"
Membership u vital for executives in high level i -v
business, and politics. Today, Jews suffer fro, 1(n V
crirn.nation which hits the "organization man E
will continue to end remaining residential rertrirtions
9. Congressional action on civil rights legislation i
found on both sides of the controversy "'" be
acts like eating, shaving, handling money, and simply get.
,1-ound. is i lko an>' Kood wri'er. however
i, is in the area* of relationships he-re, between hUnssM
and the non blind that Mr. Twersky's perception is moit
acute the latter half of the book, dealing with the more
recent events of his adult sensitivity, reads like a qujck.
ening study; characters come alive under his strange inner
scrutiny. ,. ,
The style of the writing itself is most arresting, n
has hi elliptical quality; scenes burst upon the reader
with no preparation, appearing suddenly out of blankness
It is. I think, the lack of any visual description which lends
this quality; 1 cannot tell whether it is done as a deliberate
technique or because Mr. Twersky describes, of course, in
terms of his own perception. One is not used to it. and it
appears at first as a naivete, a flaw in style; but after
a while, it becomes itself a means of description, taking
one into the verj (enter of character and forcing the read-
er to experience dramatically a little of the way in which
life must often sei m to one who is blind. Whether it was
used consciously or not, it is a tremendously effective
technique
It is Mr. Twersky's hope, I believe, that his book will
help tl'.o>e with eyes to understand better not only the
problems which the blind face because of their blindness,
but those which the seeing give them because of our blind-
ness lo their capabilities, their need for a real acceptance
and a sturdy place in the world. On my part, I hope that
Mr. Twersky will write again, and soon.
UN listening Post:
By SAUl CARSON
A Hopeful Prognosis
United Nations
SEEKING INTO THE future is
r often a risky pursuit, especial
y when the crystal ball is not too
lear. But. on the basis of state
I nents by leading members of key
'elegations and by men holding
m trategic posts in the United Na-
^M %*_-^H ions Assembly and Secretariat.
one can report this consensus: The Israeli-Arab situ-
ation could worsen in the near future, but it will be
better presently.
Dr. Victor Andres Belaunde. president of the
14th session of the General Assembly, a great states-
man who predicted back in September that the 1953
session would be known as the "Assembly of Peace"
still feels that he has not overemphasized the note
of optimism. Looking at the Assembly's work, scan-
ning the world scene, and viewing the Middle East
in particular. Dr. Belaunde sees the "presence" of
the UN as an "irreplacable" factor.
MMHUrtpm,.y' '!"'n '" """'" lN "Pl* the
Middle East-what wnh the United Nations Truce
SUP** Organization, the United Nations Emer-
gency I re. and ,he Cited Nations Relief and
y, r Pales,inc li",ll''- Put them
get he r. and you understand what Dr. Belaunde
,''V Where the United Nations
presence exists, conflicts diminish, and peaceful
solutions begin to germinate." pwceiui
One listens nexl to Secretary General Dag Ham-
" ;K-"'l He see. ,he past Assembly as one
1 ;'"''>'/. d in many ways by a new spirit a new
30" ity.anewwintolSSiS;
win to find common ground."
State^Sewtlon VT Cha""man nf ,hp Uni^
',"' 'oks a. the Assembly's work.
"o the maintenance and fi-
Between You and Me:
BORIS SM0LAR
1^^**-* 'P*' Anti-Serti-
THf YE.AR ,9* e a year marked
by- intensified efforts on the part of
Jewish organizations to combat the
. Polite form of anti-Semitism. There
is agreement among all Jewish groups
fighting for civil rights that (he vuga
form of ant.-Semitism. upon which rab
ble rousers thrive, has practicallyVeen
neighbors in the suburbs. In Sude 22Ls2?J,?in
Jews into a number of leading clubs nonadm'^""f <>f
Prisefich'bV-pot" mSod??"" f- enter-
of Jews to execute posRionsin'th?"/ ,hfe promo,,0
f'ght against "polite" ant Susi, tS refront ^ ^
American Jewish Committed P| s f.VL" *" ** ,h'
by ,hC Cmmitt- t0 S with d^mina^^raTotlhe
ion" with Jews till dmneM.m. ." ^ ,n", "frt'fni-
social contact with Jews in Z ^ U a form voiding
Jts in the evening.
Similarly, nobodv <-...
home people whom he Z !nyone to inv",te <> hi
house. However ^om" tr "/ feel ,,ke "N 'n his
d"rted in this field 0 hi.m ( ^"ca'ion must be con-
jewUh Committee ntenl "'h'0'18' 'nd ,he A""""0
JmU-rly the AJC is de,erminli .omethin "
ffht against non-adrnTsSoT ?. intn*Uy m 1980 ^
which have actuallyTc ?'** tat0 nrttm clubs
members, helping themT h" P "" f prestie for theif
mem ,n their economic advancement-
. ne center of thp A ir
ant.i-Semiti,m will. h0Wevcr ^V ta fighti, "PoU,e"
abolitmn-cr at leastTh. "J* pUn t0 brtn bout we
for executive position, iT^,Pt,0n-<,f bl" Jew*
^ered highly7mS,n ,'""/i*"*' fi- "
>oung American-borV Jewl ** faCt th*1 m"y
Jews they ,re not beina *. now complaining that as
served headway in th. fi! '" the opportunity to make de-
me firms in whicft they are employed.


Friday. January 8, 1960
+Jmlsti thrkHairi
Page 15-A
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
riCTITlOU* NAME LAW
V-ll.'E IH HEREBY niVBN thai
. relgn-d, d.slrlng to "ikmii In
li, i.r the flctltous name of
riit'UK HALBa at SIM K.W.
-,, iv-mic, Miami.. .Florida, uilcnd. to
mid name with the Clerk of
,,,, circuit Cfjart of J>ade County
p.UN I.CN-A! !
HAIIIIV W. HR1GU8 iO*
Ml Vi:i( M. Hlill.LIANT. Esq.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
VnTH-K IS HKUEHY tilVK.N that
hi- undersigned, desiring lo eniutt In
business under the fictitious name of
,Vl...lt S STEPS To HEAl'TY
V 17U1 Ponce de Leon Houlevaid
: liable*, Florida Intend to reg-
, name wllh the Clerk of the
; ,n Court of Dade County. Florida.
u lee ROT FOWLER
l'KTEK VIZZI
Owners
P.ERNARD Ht'TNKR
AltoMie) fOI OWMM
4(. ohmpla Building
Miami World. t/1.,.,..
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
V..TK-R IS ITERKHT GIVEN that
tin undersigned, desiring lo engage In
-- under the fictitious nuns of
r \THER >H)N CT-EASBU8 *
TAIl-oRS at Mz 71 **., Miami
i;;,.|i, Ha.; 214 14th St.. Miami
Hears Hu, Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of I>ade County, Florida
CELIA GREENBERG.
Bole Proprietor
l\l I. KWITNBY. Attorney
, f tin- Ijiw firm of
] Kwltney
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 47413 B
IN UK: Estate of
i.l.HA w ElMllEU also known
pl.HA h WELNREll
I.....used.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Persona Hav-
I 1.,11ns' or Demands Against Maid

iou are bersjby not If fed and requlr-
,,l i my claim, and demands
which noii may have aaalnst li-
:..,A WEINREH also known
>i.i ;.\ S. W.EINRER a. .eased late
.i D.ide County, Klorida, to thr Coun-
iv Ju.lies of l>ade County, anil flic
the name In their offices In the Coun-
i In Dade County. Hit-
I.la. within eight calendar month.,
from the date of the first publication
if. or the name will be barred.
MARTIN WKINRKU as Executor
of the Kstate of (Mica Welnreb also
known as Olga S. Welnreb.
LEON A. EPSTEIN. Esq.
Attorney
mcoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida ^ ^..^
VMEHU
BY HENRY LEONARD
LEGAL NOTICE
"I still can't figure out now Noah
got all those ooimals into it .
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 4S17S-B
IN RE: Estate of
LENA (1KEKNBERO
11. .-ased.
NdTlCE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Maid
Estate:
Ion are. hereby notified and re-
qsjlrsd to present any claims and de-
. inands which you may have against
'the estate of LENA GREENBERG
,*ed late of I>ade County, Flor-
I Ida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, snd file the same In their
offices In the County Courthouse In
Dade County, Florida, within eight
dar months from the date of the
first publication hereof, or the same
will be barred.
BARNEY KENT. Executor
BERNSTEIN MILLER
Attorney for Executor, Barney Kent
t'ongress Building
___________________________12/18-25, 1/1-1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEKEIIY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ETHEL APTH. at (34 K.W. loth Kt..
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
ETIIKI, WALLMAN
IRVINE C SPEAK
Attorney fur Applicant
420 Lincoln Road
l?/z5. l/l-g-15
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 47MS-C
IN RE: Estate of
JAY JACOB MARaULlBS
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Clalina or Demand* Against bald
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
.f Jay Jacob Margullea depressed
l.i. of Dade County, Klorida. to the
Countv Judaea of Dade County, and
file the same In their offices In the
v Courthouse In Dade County.
Klorida, within eight calendar months
the date of the first publication
Dt the same will be buried
JKANNETTE M. SETKU
Executrix
I'M WIIN FOGEL
ney
.- w. lsth Street
Miami 55, Florida ..,;.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 476S1-B
IN RE: Estate of
c.l.n i i: BAOBAB aCH
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i. i ah Persons Hay-
slraa or 1 .inands Against bald
its:
You are hereby notified and re
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have a trains!
the state of OLIVER BACH VK.\ II
ib ns. I late of Ha.le County. Flnr-
II i, to the County Judges of Date
Countv. and file the same in their
offices In ihe Countv Courthouse In
Dads County. Horlda. within eight
calendar months from the date of the
first publication hereof, or the same
will be barred. -
WWII. KACHARACH. M.D., and
I'AMKl. NEAL HELLER. Exec-
utors, by Daniel Neml Heller.
DANIEL NEAL HELLER. Attorney
Rio Alnsley Building
M.am, 33. Florida ,,,..,.,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN-PROBATE
No. 4*263-B
IN RE: Estate of
MORRIS PREIDIN.
1 > .cased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor! and All Parsal Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
foil are hereby notified and re-
il |o present any claims and de-
mands whl.h oin against
the .state of MORRIS KUF.IIHN de-
ed late of Date Countjr, Fk.rlda.
to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same In their offices
n tu. Counbr Courthouse In Dade
Countv, Horlda, within eight calen-
dar month- from the date of the fit si
publication hereof, or the same will
be barr.il
OUH81K PREIDIN, Eaecutrla of
the E-tat- "f Mori is Freldln. deceased
BLACKWELL, WALKER & GRAY
I lemen J. Ehi llch v
Auomeys
Hrst Federal Building
Miami K. FloHd, ,..,,,,..
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEKEIIY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the flctftoua name of
KIT KAT INN at J701 N.W. l.th Ave-
nue. Miami Intends to .register sal*
name, with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida;
JACgi.EI.YNE FITZC.ERALD
Sole Owner
KKSSLER, OARS ROTH
Attorneys for Applicant
,S 8.W. 1 BTreet ^^^y^
UNDER
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patronage and guarantee
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LEGAL NOTICE
CERTIFICATE
Legion Post
Cites Feibelman
Harvey W. Seeds Post of the
American Legion has cited Miami
attorney Herbert U. Feibelman,
post historian, for his. work on the
Harvey Seeds Post History.
J. K. Williams, commander, said
the history will be printed at Fei-
beiman's expense, with proceeds
for needy veterans and their fam-
ilies.
The citation also noted that Fei-
belman was unanimously elected
post historian, and has served con-
secutively in office for the past 15
years, "a record exceeded by no
other in the Department of Flor-
ida."
Feibelman is one of the founders
of the American Legion in Ala-
bama. He has also held the office
of trustee in the Harvey Seeds
Post. For a number of years, he
was Florida State historian.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
SOTKE IS HEREHI GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in-
buslneas under the flctltous name of
S. MERCANTILE O >. at 12
V E Snl St Intend to register saw
4MUM with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of I>ade County, H.-ilda.
LOC1H hac.lt:
W1LIJAM SCHWARTZ
12'IS-Z. 1/I-*
NOTICE
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
tlM niiil.-i Mnne.1, rleslrlim to enxaRe in
husinei** under the fi tniou* nant Of
Ml sic SERVICE COMPANY al UMI
West A\.v. Miami Beach, Intends to
register said name with the Clerk ol
unit Court of Iiade County.
Florida.
HAN8EN PUBLICATIONS. INC.
(a N.Y. Corp I
______________________ 12/25. 1/1-S-ll
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 4S0T-C
IN RE: Estate of
SAM I EL Ai.ri.it.
J < .... li,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ami All I Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against -
Estate:
You re iii-reiiy notified and raqnlr-
,-.l t.. presenl .m elains anq .l.-inunds
hli-h you may have against the es-
tate of BAMVEL \I.IIK.
lute of I sole County, Florida, to the
(Count) Judges of Dads Countjr, and
file the asms in their offices in UM
county Courthouse in Dads County,
Florida, uithin eight calendar months
Ifrosn the date ol the first publication
hereof, or the same will i.e barred.
RiciiARli Ai.i".i:
C.LIKPi>Rl> I>. ALl'EK
STANLEY M PRBD
Attorney
Miami, Florida
*!*'. l/l-t-15
OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRE-
SKNTS SHALL COME. GREETINGS:
Whereas, MoRGAN VAN VALKJSN-
Itl-RCH. MfA.Ml. r1X>RIDA: KITH
ALT, MIAMI. KU'ltlli.V; It V.
i Allll.L. aMlAMI. KI.OKIPA did .n
the 16th day of Mareh. AD. 1.'.3.
cause to be Incorporatad under the
provisions of Chapter sof, Klorida
HUtutes. INVB8TOR8 BYNCMCATBJ
ol- FLORIDA. INC.. a corporation.
with Its (.rlneipal place of l.uslness at
MIAMI. DADE COUNTY, In the State
of Florida, and whereas the proper
officers of such corporation did on the
1MB day of AiiKUst. A.D. 1.".3. cause
to he filed In tli. offtCS of the Seers-
tar> of State of the State of Florida,
a Certificate of Amemlin.-nt changing
its oorporata name to MORTGAGE
ASS< sMATIoN oh' FLORIDA, INC.,
and whereas the stockholders of such
corporation did on the 3"th day of
I'. i nrber, A.\> is* to bs
In the offi'.- of the Be. Stan "f state
of the Stale of Florida, a Consent of
11 the si und. i the |.ro-
i > of said CHapter I -. I i"' Ids
-j,' its* showing ths dissolution of
such corpomtlon.
Now. therefore, the Secretary ..f
to I he I
Koine and thai Iv I thai the
nts -I la li ive been c im-
; i. I llli
IN WITNEHH WHEREOF, I have
rgy hand and
affix.-! Do Gn SI S.-..I of the St.ite
.rf Florida, at Tallahassee, the
Capital ihls the THIRTIETH day
of DECEMBER, A.D
K \ OKAY,
i.. iii etary "f si its
i |0
LIGAL NOTICf
IN
IN
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HKREHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
the flciltoiis name of
,.t *:. \\. J2nd Street,
,h, Florida Uitend lo
said name with
cult Curt ofT'a.le County,
i. RICE
JOHN MAR MM.I.
I -El.I.E. LEVINE CHRISTIE
ne llldg., Miami
wa tai 'A' Mll;;V.;;.n.,
i.f the Clr-
rloiida.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
ANO FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY
No. MC11133
ANTOINETTE ROBE JOHEI'H.
Plaintiff,
vs.
LESI IE MICHAEL JOSEPH.
Pefcndant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
KHIJE MICHAEL JOSEPH
h Street
N.w Tork Cltv, New York
TOO ARM KEgt'lltED to ser\-e a
of your Answer to the 11111 of
""inplnlnt for Divorce on Plaintiff's
attorney, ivtl. KWITNEY. 420 Lin-
coln Road. Miami Peach. Florida, and
file the original Iii ths office of the
fore the ivth day of January, 1940. in
default of which, a Decree Pro I
fesso, may he entered against y<
li this 16th day of December,
INS.
E. R, LEATHERMAN, Clerk of
the Clrculr Court, Dade County, Ela.
By: R. I' JR..
(seal) Deputy Clerk
11/lt-Ss. 1/1-1
IN
IN
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
N AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 40057-B
RE Estate bf
l.i .i |8E BLAKE
' ''NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and AH Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against bald
B You* are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
a i,i. I, you may have against the es-
Ute of LOUISE BLAKE deceased
,,f Dade County. Florida, to the
late
and
Countv Judges of Dade County.
rue^the VTrnTln their office. In lb.
County Courthouse In Dade Count?.
Florida, within eight calendar months
from the dale of the first publication
hereof, or the ,"J'"i.-^ht-s
WARD WILLIAM KEARNS
Administrator of the tatate of
Ionise Blake
CJEORGE NICHOLAS
Attorney
lilscayne Hulldlng
Miami 32. Florida
FKanklln 3-OIOJ Unti.___
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEKEIIY GIVEN thsi
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the flctltous name of
BBNTONE ROOFING CO. at 404i
B.W. 113th Court Intends to register ..-
id nsme with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dads Counly. Florida.
BERNARD CCRELLA
12 1S-21. 1/1-8
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 59C11873
MAY I.EWIN.
ntlff,
vs.
ADOLPH LEWLV,
1'. I. nd.int.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Al'ol I'll LEW IN
Vou arc b th .t a Bill
nplalnt for I i
filed against you, and you are re-
your An-
il Pleading I Com-
plalnt on the plaintiff's Attorney.
Laurence diskin. iwo n e i3r,i
: Heach.
and file the original Answs) "i
Ing In the office of the Clerk of ths
Circuit cunt ti or before the.ixth
day of January, I960. If vou fall lo
dv so, Judgment, b) def.iult win la-
taken against yofl for the relief de-
manded lu the lull of Complaint.
This police shall l~- iiuhllshed- once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AN1> ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, tWs 16th day of l>ecember.
A.D. 1 :.!>.
E it LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
(a**!) JOAN BNEEDBN,
Deputy Clerk.
LAURENCE DIBKIN
114" N E mini St Wl ia4M
North Misml Beach. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
JS/1S-S5. 1/1-S
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
N AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 4120s-B
RE: Estate mi
AIIRAHAM WHITEHOU8E
Deccased-
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
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 tli- SS
late of AIIRAHAM WIHTEIIolSE
deceased late of Dade Countjr. Flor-
llda. to the County Judges of Dads
and file the ssme In their
ffic.s iii the Conns) Bourthouas In
Dade County. Florida, within eight
ir months from ths data Of the
first i here, or the same
will be barred.
SANI-oRH I WHITEHOU8E.
ecutor
RICHARD ALT8HULEB
>>l SeylMild llldg Miami 32. Fla.
l-ILiiiklln -153
II 1 1---C
NOTICE
FICTITIOUS NAMi
NOTICE is lli:iti'.i'.v
NOTIC* UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Ihe underslsn.-l. desiring o 'ngage
\ ,,,,-lne.s under the *** "'
of MR- JAY st T2 N.B. 2nd Aw.,
Sflsml Intend, to reglst. r aMI nnm.
with ths Clerk of th. circuit ( ourt of
Dsda County. Florida.
OF STATE MORTaA,0*^
,. | i Sols owner
RAT FREEDMAN
Alton M-pllcant
TIM NE 2nd Avs. ltm,m.t.lt
UNDER
E LAW
GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring lo engage In
l.uslness under the fictitious name --f
LET4TON REALTY at 6i NE. 174th
Drive, North Miami Beach Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
NEIL I.ENTIN
1/1-8-15-22
CIRCUIT COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY, FLA.
No. MCI1722
MAGDA M. -KOTHE, Plaintiff.
vs.
LESLIE KOTHE. Iiefendsnt.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOU. LESLIE KOTHE. address un-
known, are notified to serve a copy
of vour answer to the divorce com-
plaint on Plaintiff's attorney, Georgej
Nicholas, 106 Btscnyne Hide:. Miami.
Florida, and file original with Clerk
of this Court on or before January IS.
1SS1. otherwise complaint will be con-
fessed l>> vou Dec ll. lS.
E It LEATHERMA, Clerk.
(seall Itv: K M I.VMAN. l>eputy
U/lt-la, i i -I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 48200
IN RE: Estate of
IMELI ^ l.i'i:\VENi:i:i:c,
p... i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All
tug Claims or Ikrmamls Aain
'
Y-.ii are hereli> '"'I requli -
,il t i present ..ii> claims and
which 'In
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Oe
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. MCI1764
POLLY MAE WILLIAMS.
stiff,
JAMES WILLIAMS.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: -I \mi.s WILI.l vms
i Street
Mii-iii '- ii: la
You JAMES WILLIAMS, are hers.
Ii\ notified that a Hill of Coni| I
f..r Dreoraa has bean filed against
imi, and > on are ie.|ulre,l lo serve a
of your Answer or Pleading to
tlie Hill of Complaint on the plaintiff's
n. v. GOLDMAN a GOLDSTEIN
of AMELIA LoEWENHERii d and file the original Answer or Pl< 1-
ceased lal.- ol l'.oi Florida. Ing In the offl
to the Honorable County Judges of
\. and file the same In
offices in th- County Court-
ortda, with-
in eiKl ir saoatha from the
f the first puMlcatloti hereof
ishns or demands t-> contain
the legal address of the claimant and
to be sworn to and presented M
aforesaid, or same will be barred. See
Section 73.1 14 of the '
Date liec.-mher 14. A.D !'':
WII.HI'R E. IXEWBNHERC, and
SEYMi.lTt .T l-oEWENLIRi; as
Executors of the I-ast Will and
of Amelia I>.ewenberg
r^eiSaf1
KOVNXR A MANNHEIMER
Attorneys for Executors
l-R-15
f the Clerk of the
Ch-cull Court on or before the lth
.I., \ of January. 19S0. If you fall to
nt by default will bo
t tfcen against you for the relief de-
manded In the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall l.e published ones
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORTTHAN,
DONE AND ORHERED at Miami,
Florida, this 14th day of December.
A H UN
E. R LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County Florida
(seal) By: K. M. LYMAN.
Deputy Clerk
GOLDMAN A c.oi.DSTEIN
2303 West Flagler Street
Miami. Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
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ovnan s
'World
The Aaron Kanners moved (our years ago
because their house' became 'too small for their
third annual Orange Bowl buffet supper parity
... But what now? The second generation
is now counted among the guest list, and things
are getting crowded again '
Family Memories: Mel and Gloria Muroff
mil always remember that Jan and Jody insisted on singing
'Happy Birthday" each of the eight Chanuka nights and even
tried blowing out the candles Five-month-old Joseph hasn't yet
made up his mind to be confused.
a m
Steven Brenner home for the holidays from Georgia Tech, and
the place turned into a Phi Ep (rat house Also visiting the
William Brenner manse at 1801 SW 2nd ter.his mother's sister,
Mrs. Samuel Tenenbaum. of Birmingham, with her 13-year-old twin
daughterly Jan and Nancy, and Sam, jr. They all really came
lor a post celebration of the 30th wedding anniversary of their
p.indparents, Mr. and Mrs-. Louis R. Roth .
Jerry and Pauline Brooks, of Bay Harbor Island, just standing
outside the Luau and admiring its exterior facelift .
open house for Dr. Leonard M. Sakrais, who will be practicing
at the Samuel Z. Sakrais home ... Guests spilling out onto
the lawnA. Arthur Pekelners, Burnett Roths and Mrs. Doroftiy
Krieger Fink among them Also, Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Lieb-
man. the Arnold Perlsteins, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro, Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Shapiro and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jonas Dr. and
Mrs. Philip Stern, Dr. and Mrs. Philip Greenberg, and Mr. and
.Mrs. Sybil Weitx.

Here for her annual winter stay at the oceanfront Sterling
hotel. Mrs. Es'hcr Halperin. of Brooklyn, mother of former Miami
Beach Councilman Samuel Halperin .
"Least Fairway Shots" was the theme sparking Tuesday's
Normandy Shores Women's Club golf tourney Winners were
Class A, Bea Blaine, with a net 47; Norma Gaines, net 50 .". Class
I!. Marian Hochheimer. 54'-a: Midge Riskin, 58 Class C, Roz
Melker, 56; Billie Dale, 58 .
Little Ellen Zank, 11, daughter of the Marvin L. Zanks, busy
over the holiday season, what with her appearance in "PinOcchio"
at the Pied Piper Playhouse and Studio M. then dancing at the
AEPhi luncheon, finally an exhibit of her paintings at the Lowe
Gallery.
Baron de Hirsch Meyer sending fiieeda his thought for the..
New Year: "He who stoops tsr-Mp another, stands erect before
God and his fellow man" ...
David Levlne, pre* of a new drive-in opening in February
just north of Perriae, says it'll be the first of a South Florida
chain t.
The Peter Wolfs, 5940 W. Bay Harbor dr., getting giggles from
friends who receive market letters in Chinese Pete's resident
manager of Sutro Bros, here, whose home office uses them for
their Oriental clients.
s a*
Guest of honor at a Sterling hotel family dinner party and
Oneg Shabbat was Dr. Jacob Sarnoff, long-time friend of his hosts,
Mr. and and Mrs. Samuel Kramer, of New York City The Kra-
mershe's been a widely-known attorney and civic leader in Man-
hattan for 48 yearstake a Sterling vacation annually With
them at dinner were the Kramers' 23-year-old son, a Columbia law
school senior, and their daughter, Debbie Newmark, with her hus-
band and seven-year-old son, oldest of the Newmarks' four
children .
Miss Regina Victoria Perlmutter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Julius J. Perlmutter, of Sunset Island 4, will be the honoree at a
sweet 16 party on Saturday in the Scheherazade room of the Ai-
mers hotel, tendered by her parents Regina has invited many
of her family and friends, including Miami Beach High students
Rebecca Sue Momoil, Sandra Gail Schuring, Diane Lee Schwartz,
Nelsa Gidney, Barbara Courshon, Rosemary Charon, Roberta and
Gail Shulman, Joy Granat, Barbara Ball, Gail Roberts and Jackie
May.

At Marathon over the weekend: Danny and Delia Rifkin and
Sid and Florence Lewis .
Mrs. Louise Alpcrt flew to Atlanta in 2Mi hours to visit her
daughter Return trip, 17 hours by train, with all flights
grounded .
Mrs. Henry Nelson entertaining son Roger during the holiday
vacation from Auburn University .
The Big Change: Mrs. Jack Chanin dropping organizational
work for a flurry of entertaining grandchildren ^ Mother is
Mrs Herbert J. Salzman .
Jack Lear, managing director of the Cadillac, due back Sat-
urday from a quickie business trip to New York and Chicago.
as' gsj a* *
Mr. and Mrs. Nat (Pearl) Roth, of Alhambra Circle. Coral
Gables, proud of their eleven-^ear-old grandson, Steven Tucker,
son of Mrs. Bernadine Tucker, 9510 SW 73rd ave. .
Last year, Steve wrote to Orange Bowl Queen Nanetta Green,
asking for a date Nanetta promptly obliged .
This year, the Miami Herald went Steve one step further, ar-
ranging for the precocious youngster, with an eye for lovely ladies.
to sit in the reviewing stand at last week's Junior Orange Bowl
Parade .
Flanking Stevena double vision of beauty: Nanetta and this
years Orange Bowl queen, Nancy Wakefield.
"eJewish Floridian
Miami, Florida, Friday, January 8. 1960
Section B
MKS. SAMUH SWONHOff
MIS. MZ KMNSKT
Pacesetters' Tea
To Launch Drive
For Women's CJA
Mrs. Inez Kren?ky and Mrs. Sam-
uel C. Simonhoff. active for many
years in local and national Jewish
affairs, have been named to head
the Combined Jewish Appeal Pace-
setters' tea which will officially
open the Women's Division cam-
paign on Jan. 19.
Campaign chairman Mrs. Anna
Brenner Meyers announced that
the kick-off function is expected
to "keynote a new high level of
generosity in behalf of CJA's 57
welfare causes."
The affair will be held at the
home of Mrs. Mitchell Wolfson,
5030 North Bay rd., at 1:30 p.m.
Mrs. Jack Ablin has been named
arrangements chairman, and Mrs.
Stanley C. Myers is in charge of
the program. Mrs. Elsie Shackman
will head the attendance commit-
toe- .. w .
The pacesetters' event will be
preceded by a report coffee honor-
ing Mrs. Sarah Goodman, national
chairman of the United Jewish
Appeal Women's Division, which
will be held at the home of Mrs.
Simonhoff on Monday at 10 a.m.
"Plus-giving will be the women's
answer to the challenge of world-
wide Jewish needs in 1980." said
Mrs. Meyers. "I call upon every
woman in Dade county to exer-
cise her privilege and responsi-
bility in making her personal gift
to the Combined Jewish Appeal."
Beach Hadassah
In Varied Events
Brandeit group of Hadassah will
hold Hts regular meeting Monday
at 11:30 a.m., with a luncheon at
the Fontainebleau hotel.
I. R. Goodman group will high-
light Jewish Book Month with an
annual book review Tuesday. 9
p.m., at Washington Federal Sav-
ings and Loan Assn.. 1133 Norman-
dy dr.
Mrs. I. M. Wcinstein will review
"Act One," by Moss Hart.
The Study Group launched a se-
ries of sessions Tuesday at the Ha-
dassah office, 600 Lincoln rd. Chair-
man was Miss Bertha Zolin.

Herzl group will hold its regular
meeting Monday. 12:30 p.m., at the
Eden Roc hotel. Guest speaker
will be Mrs. Louis Goldman. There
will also be a musical program
featuring Mrs. Goldie Sussman.

Israeli group will hold its meet
ing Monday at the Algiers hotel
Refreshments will be served, fol-
lowed by a card party.

Henna Senesch group will meet
Monday noon. Program will con-
sist of a comparison of latest den-
tal advances at the Hadassah Med-
ical Center in Israel as compared
with the progress made in the
United States. Speaker will be Dr.
. Arthur Green. Also scheduled is a
film, "It's Good to be Ahve."

Shaloma group will meet Mon-
day at Hibiscus Auditorium. Spe-
cial guest will be Charlotte Lebel,
handwriting analyst.

Henrietta Siold group will meet
Monday noon at the Algiers hotel.
A musical program by Olga Beber
Stern is on the agenda.
*
Stephen S. Wise group will hold
its regular meeting on Monday
noon at the Deauville hotel. Re-
freshments will be served, follow-
ed by a film, "The People of Is-
rael."

Emma Lazarus group will hold
its regular meeting on Monday
noon at the Washington Federal
Savings and Loan Assn., Norman-
dy dr. Guest speaker will be Sam-
uel Kling, marriage counselor,
with current events by Dorothy
Angerman.
COL SN0SM4NAN GUSHOM
Woman Soldier
To be Speaker
Miami Beach District of the
Zionist Organization of America
will be host to the Zionists of
South Florida at a meeting Tues-
day evening at the Deauville ho-
tel, according to Herbert Heiken,
program chairman.
Guest speaker will be Col. Sho-
shanah Gershom, commander of
the Women's Corps of the Israel
Defense Forces for eight years
and presently women's affairs at-
tache at the Embassy of Israel in
Washington.
Col. Gershom, who was born in
Russia, emigrated to Palestine in
1925. She has been a member of
he Haganah since 1926. and in'
1942 she joined the Palestine Wo-
men's Unit of the British Army.
A special musical program has
been arranged Tuesday featuring
folk singer Larry Blue. AI Ossip,
president of the Miami Beach Dis-
trict, said the public is invited to
attend.
Assisting Ossip and Heiken are
David Goodwin, Ezra Finegold,
James David Liebman. Morris
Kristal, Jacob Harrison, I. B.
Sacks. Nathan Rattner, Dr. Mil-
ton Lubarr, Herman Weintraub.
Louis Rabinowitz, Saul Genet, Jo-
seph Spar, Ferdinand Garficld,
Anna Fuchs, Josh Rephun. Eph-
raim Collins, Joseph Alter, Sey-
mour B. Liebman, Louis Rudnick,
executive director of the South-
Morris Simon, and Gil Rappaport,
east region of the ZOA.
Bikur Crtofiffl Card Party
Miami chapter of Bikur Cholim
Kosher Convalescent Home will
hold a card party Monday, 1 p.m.,
at the home of Mrs. Isidore Cohen,
1876 SW 10th st.

W ofi *** 5
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Mm. Louis J. Bieber, president, Jewish Braille Institute of Amer-
ica (left), receives a citation in recognition of her work on be-
half of blind Jewish children and adults. Presenting the Award
from the Federation of Jewish Women's Organizations in New
York City is Mrs. Isidor Enselman, president of the Federation.


r
Page 2-B
Two New Heinz Kosher Recipes Feature
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Two tasty recipes, using the
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with Rice, bear the S scal ,ne
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Stuffed Eggs in Tomato Ssuct
6 hard cooked eggs
1 tblspn chopped green pepper
1 tblspn chopped onion
1 can (1034 ounces) HeinzP)
Condensed Tomato with Rice
Soup, undiluted.
Vi cup dry cottage cheese
1 tspn salt
1 tblspn vegetable shortening
1/3 cupmilk
Heat oven to 350 degrees F.
(moderate). Cut eggs*in half
lengthwise; remove yolks and
mash. Add cheese, green pepper
and salt to yolks; mix well. Re-fill
egg whites and place in baking
dish (eight inches by eight inches
by two inches). Saute onion in
shortening until transparent; stir
in soup and milk. Pour around
stuffed eggs. Bake 25 minutes
Serve over hot buttered rice, gar-
nish with paprike and parsley.
Makes six servings.
Spanish Rice
1 medium onion, sliced
1 tblspn vegetable shortening
1 can (10s4 ounces) Heinz[
Condensed Tomato with Rice
Soup, diluted with an equal quan
tity of water.
1 tspn salt
1/3 cup chopped green pepper
Ms cup rice
Saute onion and green pepper in
shortening until onion is trans-
parent. Add rice and stir. Add re-
maining ingredients. Cover and
simmer for 30 minutes, stirring
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Debutante Ball
Scheduled Here
Second annual Debutante Cotil-
lion Ball will be sponsored by
Dade Heights Jewish Congregation
on Feb. 6 at the Deauville hotel.
To be .represented are Temple
Tifereth Jacob. Tifereth Israel.
Peth Emeth, Southwest Jewish
Center, Temple Zion, Flagler-Gra-
nada, Ccral Way Jewish Center,
North Dade Jewish Center, and
Monticello Park.
Young ladies between 15 and 18
are eligible to register by Jan. 10.
Ball co-chairmen are Mrs. E. Sam-
uel and Mrs. A. Feinberg.
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Mollie Kahancr Sisterhood of
Monticelio Park Congregation will
hold its annual fashion show Jan.
19 al the Hollywood Beach hotel.
i n'- fashions will be by Mil-
grim's. Men's fashions are by An-
drew's Ltd. Chairmen are Mrs.
Arthur Snydcr and Mrs, Jack La-
zar.
Most Observant Housewives Do Baking
At Home, Unique Panel Pol! Reveals
,ew.sh women who-mamtamp b.klg() ^ m,mbers of
kosher home still do a good deal ot euro JJ^rtooda did home bak.ng
occasionally.- 32 replied that
Endings of the second poH of the JJ-J-"^ -^^ sllch
tosher Consumer Advisor) I ami, in ,,qllt.ntly." three panel-
Mrs. Arthur Federman. of edar-. hakmj ." ,-;nu| flve rcplied
uirst, N. Y.. cha.rman oTthe 100- > "" ^
.voman panel, has reported. m ^
TcSZ U Women" store and whether as a result of
ncha"eanaiona. associate of asking the store^ereelter stock-
Sisterhoods of such congregations., ed .hat kosher Product.
he panel members and alternates Forty-six panelists replied trial
verc selected in a manner to as- ,hey asked occasionally, 30 saia
ure representation of all major tnPV asked frequently, 11 said
Jewish communities in the United ,hcv asked rarely, and 13 reported
5tates thev never asked. Fifty-four panel_
Another finding of the second ists said they obtained the desired
not. was that such shoppers in results by their requests. Sateen
growing numbers are asking gro- j panelists said the requests did not
eery store managers for kosher induce store managers to order the
items they want to buy and that requested kosher products. Seven
they are getting such products reported that after the "-quests
stocked in the stores through their were made, the itOTM stocked the
requests. requested kosher products, some-
Mrs. Federman reported that, in ,tlmes-___________
reply to the question, "Do jron j
make your own baked goods at
, Art Teacher to Speak
home?" 51 panelists replied they
did so. "frequently," and 36 re-
ported that they baked "occasion-
ally." Eleven reported they did PVenin(, ;l, ,hp hamr [ Hn, Sol
such baking "rarely," and two re- Mpvprs0 742o SW 135th st. Jerry
Smith Miami chapter of Women's
American OUT will meet Tuesdaj
Friday. January 8, lggg
Slimnastics for Women j
A new series in sllmnastics f0.
adult women will be offered at the
Miami Beach YMHA Branch of Tl,,
Greater Miami Jewish Community i
Center, 1536 Bay rd. Classes will
be held each Monday morning at
10 a.m.. beginning Jan. 12, under
the direction of Samuel Fleischer I
physical education instructor.
plied "never."
Meyerson, 7420 sw 135th st. Jerrj
Frankel. of the University of Mi
The panelists were also asked, ami art department, will be guesl
"Would you say that members of speaker.
Pioneer Women
Clubs to Meet
Mrs. Shirley Queen, president o(|
Golda aleir Club Pioneer Women.!
announces the first regular meetl
ing of I960 Tuesday, 8 p.m., A
Beth El Congregation, 500 SW l7tB|
ave.
Mrs. Isaac Pushkin, cultura-
chairman, will report on current
events. Social hour following th<
meeting will be hosted by the Mes_
dames Sam Opitow, Jack Victor!
and Isidor Gerstein.

Kadimah chapter, Mrs. Marvli
Copenhagen, president, is rcsuml
ing its cultural program with MrJ
Leo Goldman in charge. The cull
ural group will meet on Monday,!
a p.m.. at the home of Mrs. Albertl
Shkoler, 2346 SW 21st ter.
On Thursday evening, Jan. hj
a regular meeting will be held itl
Beth El Congregation. Mrs. LouiJ
Silver, program chairman, aa
nounces that Miami attorney Rich
ard Altshuler will be guest speak
er in a talk on "Wills and People.1
Mrs Shkoler,- American affa
chairman, will also speak.
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Jewish rhrkJUam
Page 3-8
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rabinowitz surrounded by
their grandchildren on the occasion of his 70th
birthday celebration New Year's Day at the
Martinique hotel. Standing (left to right) are
Linda Rabinowitz, Francine Goldstein, Mari-
lyn Zallea. Mr. and Mrs. Stuart (Diane) Wasser-
strom, of Columbus, O., Roberta Rabinowitz,
Norma Rabinowitz, Barbara Zallea. Seated
are Alice Rabinowitz, Steven Goldstein and
Janet Sue Rabinowitz.
Susan Wagner
Is Sweet Sixteen
Susan Wagner, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. William Wagner, NE
li'.'.th dr., N. Miami Beach, will
celebrate her gweet sixteen birth-
day party at Use Singapore hotel
on Friday evening.
The affair will be Luau style.
Miss Wagner is a student at North
Miami High. Attending the party
will be:
.Joan Gilbert, Cookie Click, San-
dy Solomon, Roberta WacMel, Car-
ol Clifton-. Mona Lowe, Kay Lobel,
Jill Jackman, Joanne Danowsky.
Linda Post Susan Lchrman,
Bonnie Mandel, Leslie Tabb, Stefi
Tabb, Bonnie Smith, Bonnie Brick-
man. Vicki Hirsch.
Judd Gilbert. Monte Lee, Kenny
Zinner, David Sigmund, Jeff Vo-
luck, Richard Koenig, Richard
Kclton, Jeff Kanov.
Joe Wand. Joe Peiken. Don Per-
lin. Neil Roma, Alan Risman, Elis
Kohn. Jerry Rochfelsen, and Cliff
Siegel.
MISS StfSAM WACNfl
Marriage Counselor Speaks
Miami marriage counselor and
Jewish Floridian columnist Samuel
Kling spoke Monday before mem-
bers of the North Dade Jewish Cen-
ter Sisterhood on "What is Happen-
ing to the American Family?" Mrs.
Fred Blank is Sisterhood president.
Mrs. Henry Gilbert was program
chairman.
Rabinowitz Feted
At 70th Birthday
New Year's Day, 1960, was the
occasion for a family dinner at
the Martinique hotel honoring the
70th birthday of Jacob Rabinowitz.
Mr. and Mrs. Rabinowitz, who
are also marking their 48th wed-
ding anniversary this month, were
hosted by their children and inti-
mate friends, which also saw their
11 grandchildren pay the couple
honor.
Rabinowitz came to Miami from
Philadelphia in 1944. He and his
sons operate the Miami Diamond
Center. He is also active in the
Combined Jewish Appeal.
The couple's four children are
Mr. and Mrs. David (Marcia) Ra-
binowitz, Mr. and Mrs. Morris
(Laura) Rabinowitz, and Mr. and
Mrs. Sol (Goldie) Goldstein, all of
Miami, and Mr. and Mrs. Sol (Tan
ya) Zallea, of Wilmington, Del.
Tifereth Jacob Rummage Sale
Temple Tifereth Jacob Sister-
hood will hold its regular monthly
rummage sale at Stevens Market.
27th ave. and 62nd St., Miami, on
Tuesday, beginning at 8 a.m.
Friday at
830
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Friday. January 8. 1960
M
ARRIAGE
Counselor
/y Samuel CfV cshrintf **
Nationally Famous Marriage Counselor and Author
Every man comes to marriage expecting cer-
tain things from his wife. And so does every woman,
for that matter.
What a man expects is conditioned, first of all,
by the relationship he had with his mother. If the
mother was wise and understanding, affectionate and
loving, the boy will grow up with the expectation
that other females will be equally warm and affec-
tionate and will invariably seek out women, in later
life who will fulfill the image formed in the first
few years of his life. Such a youngster usually finds
happiness in marriage.
If on the other hand, the child had a cold, re-
jecting mother, the bdy may well grow up with the
feeling that all women are like his mother and may
have grave difficulties in making adjustments to
his wife. He may even unconsciously choose a
woman in later life who is equally frigid and forbid-
ding, or he may never marry- at a". since nc identi-
fies all women with the unpleasant image he has of
his mother.
Nevertheless, all more or less normal husbands
have a right to expect certain things from their
wives. One is companionship.
Tragic Sense of Loneliness
No man, said John Donne, is an island unto him-
self. Above all animals, man is most plagued by his
tragic sense of loneliness, the only one acutely aware
of his inevitable death. That is why man has herded
together in groups, clubs and organizations. And
that is why he is often propelled into marriage when
pure self-interest might decree otherwise.
A man thus needs a companion to accompany
him on life's journey in order to make that journey
less painful and less tragic. He needs someone with
whom he can exchange ideas, who will give him the
feeling that he does not walk alone when the bur-
dens of life become distressing or overwhelming.
A man also has a right to expect that his wife
will give him a feeling of emotional security, that
fhe will make him feel wanted and important. All
boys come into the world feeling weak, puny and
Helpless. All suffer from feelings of inferiority, in-
tcurity and inadequacy. To help each man over-
feme these feelings, to boost his ego. to make him
feel he is the most important person alive, is prob-
ably the most valuable contribution any woman can
make to her husband's happiness.
A wife who is either unaware or unable to com-
municate this feeling is only half a wife, no matter
how physically or mentally attractive she may be.
Man's Personality Needs
A husband has a right to expect sexual satis-
faction from his wife. Since in our society sex is
closely associated with a man's sense of self-esteem,
it is important that a wife give of herself as often
as she is needed. This doesn't mean a husband
should be a glutton when it comes to his marital
rights. It does mean that a wife should understand
and respect the biological fact that a man's urge is
normally much more insistent than a woman's and
thus requires more gratification.
A husband has a right to expect that his wife
will be a good mother. This means that she wffl {
welcome children as an important part of her lite
and that of her husband's. More than that it means
that she will give her youngsters the warmth, aftee
tion. love and understanding that every child needs.
if it is not to grow up an emotional cripple.
But she must not neglect her husband merely |
because she has children. She may even find I
necessary, when youngsters come, to shower hoi
husband with love so that he does not feel insecure
or rejected. For the truth is that when a child is
born the mother has two youngsters-the baby and
her husband. For men-no matter how grown up or
distinguished-are often emotional babies and need
to be treated as such. Like children, they need to
be cuddled and caressed, soothed and solaced, if
thev are to function properly, and it is the wise
wife, indeed, who understands this quirk in man s
personalitv needs.
A husband has the right to expect that his wife
will take care of his creature comforts. This means
that she will see that he gets his meals on time and
that the food is prepared and served as well as pos-
sible. It means also that she will see that his |
shirts are properly laundered, his suits cleaned and
pressed, and that he is relieved of many of the irk- j
some chores which irritate and disturb him.
A husband has the right to expect that his wife
will be loyal, placing his interests above anyone
else's, including those of her parents. I mean. too. '
that .she will be a faithful ally with whom he can
share his burdens, that she will not nag or de-er:
him when the going gets a bit rough, and that she
will DO) be highly critical of him in public or delib-
erate I) take an opposite view in order to discredit
or humiliate him.
No Time for Reform
A husband has the right to expect that hi< wifc
will I ,> inti r< stad in his physical health, as well as in
bis emotional well being. She will we that he goes
to the dentist regularly ami that he gets thorough,
periodic physical check-ups. She will avoid nag
and scolding, especially about trifles. And she will
cooperate with the physician if her husband is on
a diet by seeing that he gets the proper foods in the
right proportions.
A hushand, finally,-has a right to expect that
his wife will accept him for what he is. instead of
constantly trying to remold him in someone else's
image. Changing personality is one of the most dif-
ficult of all undertakings, as any counselor can tes-
tify. For a wife to attempt to do so is usually no-
wise and futile. The time for reform is before mar-
riage, not afterwards. Learning to accept a man's
total personality, with all its virtues and defects, is
a sure sign that the wife has come at last to grips
With reality.
Such are some of the things a husband has a
right to expect of his wife. Next week. I shall dis-
cuss what a wife has a right to expect from her
husband.
Mr. giina is available for private marriage counseling
of the Huntington Medical blag., in Miami
Einstein Group
The American Jewish Com-
mittee has named Mrs. Caro-
line K. Simon, New York Sec-
retary of State, chairman of
its committee on Jewish com-
munal affairs. Mrs. Simon, a
former vice president of the
Committee, was one of the
original members of the New
York State Commission
Against Discrimination and
the first woman in New York
City nominated for a city-
wide office by a major party.
Plans Meetings
Next membership meeting of the
Albert Einstein group of Hed&uah
will take plrft on Monday Jfio at
the \ oy.ier'1jDotel. Vh
the prografrr*win De a fJrerlT uny
presented by the Eastern Airlines
flight committee.
On Wednesday, 8 p.m., Albert
Einstein group will -conduct a
took Croup meeting at the home
of Mrs. Sy Baron, 974 NE 145tk
st., N. Miami. Mrs. Baron will re-
view the current best seller, "New
Face in the Mirror." by Yael Da-
van, and a discussion period win
follow.
NVxt meeting of the Study-Dis-
cussion Group will be Wednesday
rwning. Jan. 20, at the home Of
Mrs Edward Minsky, 1501 NE
173rd st., N. Miami Beach. Mrs.
Minskv will review Milton Stein-
bergs' The Making of the Modern
Jew."
In charge of information are Mrs.
Alvin Atlass and Mrs. Baron.
Dance for Singles Sunday
Miami Beach Benevolent Hall,
Alton rd. and 9th st., will be the
scene of the next daace givep.by
the Sociables of Greater Miami.
Date is Sunday evening. L'nmax-
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Friday. January 8. 1960
+Jewlst> Her Ulan
Page 5-B
Hebrew Academy teen-agers of seventh,
eighth and ninth grades learn about Kashruth.
Demonstrating is teacher, Mrs. Zahavah Su-
kenik. Standing (left to right) are Shereen
Dean, Susan Sachs, Arlene Greenberg,
Adrienne Deblinger, Trudy Gertler, Heidi Pen-
chansky, Miriam Weiss, Selma Schickman
and Carol Esterman. Seated (left to right) are
Elaine Lubarr, Joan Schreiber, Frances Green-
berg, Ellen Weiss and Jacqueline Wohlfarth.
Council Women Hear Authorities
Modern marriage ia deteriorat-
ing. Samuel G. Kling, marriage
counselor and Jewish Floridian
columnist, told the Indian Creek.
division of the National Council of
Jewish Women at a meeting on'
Wednesday. .
Kling said that the breakdown I
of religious authority, the emanci-
pation of women, and the belief':
in a number of romantic illusions'
are all responsible "for the ap
palling increase in desertions, sep-
arations, divorces and annul-,
menta."
As long as both husbands and
wives seek as many escape hatches
as they do now, marriage is likely.
to become considerably worse be-'
fore it gets any better, stated
Kling, who ia a member of the
American Society of Adlerian Psy-
chology, ia listed in "Who's -Who
in America," and is the author of
many best selling books, the latest
being "How to Win and Hold a
Mate."

Mrs. Arnold Perlstein, executive
director of the Federation of Jew-
ish Women's Organizations, told
the Evening Division NCJW Wed-
nesday that the Job of the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal for 1960 is to
provide funds for agencies whose
programs and services are expand-
ing in proportion to the increased
needs of servicing more and more
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In Israel, where one out of three
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farm implements, Mrs. Perlstein
said the 1960 CJA must provide
funds for the tools necessary to
help them to earn a living.

Ellis Island as a detention cen-
ter exists no more, Miss Minnie
Peinberg, executive secretary of
the Greater Miami Section, NCJW,
told the Lincoln Division at its
meeting on Wednesday.
In discussing the changing
trends on the immigration and
naturalization scene, Miss Pein-
berg stated that although the basic
laws of the quota system deter-
mining the number of aliens who
may enter the country each year
remain unchanged, the interpreta-
tion of all immigration and natu-
ralization laws have had quite a
"face lifting" and are today more
humane and liberal.
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Sunshine Lodge
Installs Officers
Sunshine Rebekah Lodge 9 will
install officers Tuesday evening at
the Workmen's Circle Auditorium,
25 Washington ave.
To be installed are Mesdames
Philip Biblo. noble grand; Joseph
Krugman, vice 'grand; Dora Bot-
winik, recording secretary; Bern-
ard Bauers, financial secretary;
Irving Weiss, treasurer.
Appointed officers are Mesdames
Harry Yolles. flag bearer; Joseph
A. Hart-, chaplain; Ben Teitel.
warden; Charles Rothstein, con-
ductor; and Joseph Rosenberg,
junior past noble grand.
Supporters to noble grand are
Mrs. Harry Decky and Mrs. Lou
Kreitzman. Other supporters in-
clude Mesdames Al Yatchie and
Eva Taub, vice grand; Saul Thal-
er and Jennie Hahn, chaplain;
Gertrude Rackoff and Joseph Rei-
ger, junior past noble grand.
Outside guardian is Loretta De*
Presto. Mrs. Celia Winderbaum ia
inside guardian. Mrs. Charles Der-
nis is musician.
Temple Sinoi
Ladies to Meet
Regular monthly meeting of
Temple Sinai Sisterhood will bej
held at the Temple on Wednesday
evening.
January is Uniongram Month,
and Uniongram News Plashes will
be presented to the members. Mrs.
Abe Milman is chairman.
Proceeds are for the Youth, Ed-
ucation and Sisterhood (YES)
Pund of the National Federation
of Temple Sisterhoods.
Prizes will be awarded for the
most originally-dressed member,'
representing occasions such as
bon voyage, weddings, convales-
ence, confirmation, and gradua-
tion, etc.
Mrs. Ralph Robbins is in charge!
and directed by Sisterhood mem-
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John Wooley, -old boy of Largo. Fla., arrives a: Maori
International Airport for a stay ct Miami's National ChiVfeen s
Cardiac Hospital for advanced cardiac diagnosis, after money
for plane fare and other expenses was raised as a surprise gift
by Largo civic leaders and organizations. Shown here with
John are Miss Hczel Rcndolph, chief medical social worker
at the hospital, Charles W. Green, of the Greater Miami Inter-
national Airport Lions Club, and the boy's mother, Mrs. Vera
Wooley, of Largo. There will be no hospital bills for John
here.
To Organize New
Orthodox Branch
Watmn'l Branch of the UWon of
Orthodox Jewish Conff*0aUoni
America "ill hold an or
t.-a TMtday, l 30 p.m.. at the Cor-
onet hotel.
Purpose of the meeting is to or-
ganize a Florida chapter of Wom-
en's Branch. Hasten II
Permtn, active in the nation-
al organization, and who traveli
extensively on behalf of Or::
-
The Women's Branch of th<
ion help- fulfill organin
cial and cultural needs of partici-
pating Sisterhood by providing
ram material on every phase.
Judaism.
It also offers courses in leade'-i
ship training through mail
nars. Much ol I rial li
in a monthly paper.
11 i b> the I
S rrhoods participating in the
tea are Beth El, Bith R::
phael Congregation. Young
... I, St.
B'nai Zion, Key W< rt Eti Hayim,
Jack- ith Israel, Beth
Israel. Beth Jacob. Beth Tfilah.
Kl i ': 1-. el Torah T> n p i H
brew Academy, and Temple Net
Tamld.
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Five Physicians
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Five physicians will participate
in a PTA -ponsored study course
, Thursday. Jan. 14. at Cathedral of
St. Sophia. 2401 SW 3rd ave
Registration begins at 9 am..
according to Mrs. Louie Bandel.
lent of Shenandoah Junior
I PTA. Dr. Carolina B.
r. gym t I II conduct
:.rst discussion group, which
schedules a film, "Time and Two
en."
Second sess: Dr Mar
film. Br- (t S filiation."
Following lunch, afternoon *
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in. So-
board member; "Role of the
'.nt director
How the Tumor Clinics in
Dade County Meet a Need." Dr.
Leon Mannheimer. Turn r Ri -
-What it Is.'" Dr. Joseph
:".nik.
Clo- -;:on will feature Dr.
Donald Smith, president of the
Dade County Unit of the American
Brandeis Women
To Hear Phillips
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h, chair-
man, will I
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Southeastern conference of the
National Women's Committee will
occur the same week In At!
Ga.. and the Miami chapter will be
represented by four delegates led
by Mrs. Albert I. Jacobs, president.
Other delegates are Mesdames
Robert D. Grossman, Solomon B.
Margolil and Jerome Rado.
In charge of reservation for the
Jan. 15 luncheon are Mesdames
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Polish Line Hits Jewish 'Criminals'
VIENNA (JTA)The leader-
.chin of Poland's National Union
'v[ Jewish Cultural Organizations
has been sharply attacked in th.>
polish^Tiddish ptess fof failing to
fight against Jews engaging In va-
rious "anti-social, criminal, 1m-
l moral and unethical acts." The at-
tack appeared in the latest issue
of Die Folkshtimme, the Yiddish-
language newspaper published in
Varsaw, copies of which were re-
ceived here.
In a long article written by S.
Tepper, it was charged that some
individual Jews were "dealing in
tombstones" stolen from the Jew-
ish cemetery in Wroclaw; that
other_Jews "deal" in public hous-
ing in Lfgnicz. Wroclaw, Lodz and
Zhardi; and in Lignicz, pupils in
"the largest Yiddish-folk school in
the country" were engaging in
vandalism.
"Tha arisen is hoard," Mm
writer said, "that th cultural
organisations cannot do anything
about tnoM facts 'bocaus* Jews
aro involved.' Th* cultural or-
ganizations busy themselves with
arranging lectures on general
political problems, on literature,
and on science. But they neglect
to take a stand on the living is-
sui Teim m uraniza*i.e>i ac-
tivities are reduced to nothing
but curtains hiding the realities."
tions bring out in the open the "un-
healthy, rnti-social and unsocialis-
tic acts of tha criminal individuals,
even if they are Jews." The article
reported that, in some of the cities
where individuals had been "deal-
ing" in tombstones and public
housing, criminal proceedings have
been be>un by Hi* ptWHc~p'rDse-
cutor. "But that is not enough,"
.-aid'the wruer. "It is up to the
The Folkshtimme writer de- leadership of the cultural organi-
manded that the cultural organtza-zation to expose these elements.
statement
of condition
at
close of
business
december 31st 1Q ^Q
assets
Cash on Hand and in Banks......$ 1,569,180.89
U. S. Government Obligation*..... 3,000,000.00
Firat Mortgage Loans............20,866,622.94
Loans on Savings Accounts....... 393,722.73
Federal Home Loan Bank Stock ... 900,000.00
Offices, Land, Buildings and
Equipment (Net).............. 962,460.84
Deferred Charges and
Other Assets.................. 64,015.28
TOTAL ASSETS.........$27,166,002.68
liabilities
Savings Accounts...............$21,626,847.30
Advances from Federal Home
- LoanBank................... 1,750,000.00
Loans in Process................ 1,600,882.93
Other Liabilities................ 407,249.91
General Reserves and Surplus..... 1,771,022.54
TOTAL LIABILITIES... $27,156,002.68
officers
Charles Hertzoff
Treasurer
W. H. Merrill, Jr.
Assistant Secretary
David Stuzin
' President
Kenneth R. Kinard
A$$i$tant Vice President
S. V. Danels
Executive Viet President
Morton Trilling
Assistant Viet President
W. Bentley Glass
Assistant Vice President
Joseph O. Tubb
Assistant Treasurer
Bert S. Brown, C.P.A.
Assistant Treasurer
directors
Leo J. Adeeb
President. Leo Adeeb
a) Anociates. Inc.
David Stuzin
President
Citizen* Ftdtral Saving*
J. W. Barfield
President, Barfield
Instrument Corporation
S. F. Danels
Executive Vice President,
Chairman of the Board. City Gas Company
C. C. Coensparger Charles Hertzoff
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Friday. January 8. I960
Sn tlte l^ea/m of Society
Miss Finder,
Physician Wed
Miss Lois Charlotte Finder be-
came the bride of Dr. Richard My-
ron Applcbaum in 3:30 p.m. rites
Sunday. Jan. 3, at the Dupon
Plaza hotel. Rabbi Joseph Narot
officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Nat Finder. 5342 Orduna
dr.. Coral Gables. The groom is the
son of Dr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Ap-
plebaum. St. Louis, Mo.
The bride chose a ballerina-
length gown of chantilly lace de-
signed with molded bodice and
long sleeves, featuring a scoop
neckline enhanced with sequins.
Her bouffant skirt was chantilly
lace over tulle, and the French il-
lusion veil fell from a crown of
orange blossoms and pearls. She
carried a bouquet of white orchids
end lily-ofthe-valley over a lace-
covered Bible.
Maid of honor was Miss Gloria
Applebaum. of St. Louis. Dochelle
Linda Finder was junior brides-
maid. Dr. Samuel Berkowitz was
best man. and ushers included Dr
Irwin Potash and Norman Dewo-
skin.
Newlywed Mrs. Applcbaum grad-
uated from Miami High School, at-
tended the University of Alabama,
and received a decree in education
from the University of Miami. Her
sorority was Alpha Epsilon Phi.
She i- no a >chooi teacher.
Dr. Applcbaum is a graduate 3f
Washington University and re-
ceived his medical degree from St.
Louis University. He is completing
his second year of residency train-
ing in pe.liatrics at Variety Chil-
dren's Hospital. He belongs to Pi
Lambda Phi social fraternity and
Phi Beta Pi medical fraternity.
Following the couple's honey-
moon in Puerto Rico and the Vir-
gin Islands, they will be at home
at 6511 Santona ave.. Coral Gables.
K.ilin
MRS. RICHARD APPUBAUM
Luncheon Card Party
Sisterhood of Temple Net Tamid
Will hold its first 1960 luncheon
and card party Monday noon in
Sklar Auditorium. Mrs. Henrietta
Fine is chairman.
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Former Miamian
Becomes Bride
Former Miamian Marilyn San-
dra Teitler and Arnold Gilbert
Liebman exchanged wcddine vov -
Saturday. Dec. 19. '" Sinai Tem-
ple of Springfield, Mass. Rabbi
Herman Snydcr and Jacob Neva-
ner. cousin of the bride, officiated.
The bride is the daughter Of BIT.
and Mrs. Emanucl Teitler, ol
Springfield. The groom's parent,
are Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Lieb-
man. also of Springfield.
The bride chose a gown of im-
ported candlelight French chan-
tilly lace fashioned with fitted bod-
ice, high neckline outlined with
seed pearls, long tapered sleeve-.
and full skirt terminating in a
chapel train with slight back
bustle and a row of peau de soie
bows matching the cummerbund.
Her veil of candlelight misty il-
lusion was arranged with seed
pearl crown, and she carried a
white Bible covered by white or-
chi -. French carnations and
streamers of satin and ivy.
Maid of honor was Miss Beatrice
Teitler, aunt of the bride, tf
Miami.
Out-of-tcwn guests included Mr.
and Mr>. llowa.d Robbins, Calif.:
Miss Bea Kimelman. New York,
and I. Teitler. grandfather. Mr
and Mrs. Jack Teitler. uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Teitler.
cou>ins, and Missis Iiene and
Mona Teiiler. all of Miami.
The bri.te is a graduate of Clas-
sical High School, attended Laselle
Junior College, University of Mi-
ami, and graduated from Davis
Institute of Technology, Miami.
Mr. Liebman is a graduate of
Classical High School and Hamp-
den College of Pharmacy.
Reception followed the ceremony
at the Temple. The couple honey-
mooned in South America. West lr.
dies and Virgin Islands.
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Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz offici-
ated at the 5:30 p.m. wedding vows
of Miss Sondra Satz and Fred H
Berlowe on Sunday. Dec. 27, at the
Biscaync Terrace hotel.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
an Mrs. Frank Satz. 1884 SW 15th
St., Miami. The groom's parents
are Mr. ;-nd Mrs. Philip Berlowe.
816 Michigan ave.. Miami Beach
Matron of honor was Mr- Myr.i
Locke. Melvin Heller was best
man. and ushers included Harvey
Satz and Robert Siegel.
The bride is a graduate of Mi
ami Senior High School and a mag
na cum laude graduate of the Uni
j versity of Miami, where she wa-
a member of Kappa Delta Pi. ed
iucation honorary; Phi Kappa Phi.
scholastic honorary; Alpha Lamb
da Delta; and was secretary ol
Sigma Lambda Phi. women's ten
ice sorority. She teaches thir
grade at Emerson Elcmentarv
School.
Mr. Berlowe is a graduate of Mi-
ami Beach High School and the
University of Miami. He belonged
to Alpha Phi Omega, men'.-, M rv
ice fraternity, the Rifle Team. wa<
president of Intcrchih Council and
M. I. C. A., and an in>truetor in
physics.
An engineer, he is a member of
the American Society of Heating.
Refrigeration and AirCondition
ing Engineers. Masons, and a ser-
geant in the Civil Defense Police
City of Hope
Event Jan. 13
Fourth annual leukemia brunch
eon will be held Jan. 13 at the Bar-
celona hotel at 11 a.m.
The all-chapter affair of the City
of Hope will hear Ben Horowitz,
eastern director of the natmiKil
medical center.
Horowitz will present a charter
to the newly formed Robyn Tubin
chapter. Proceeds are for the Leu
kemia Wing of the City of Hope at
Duarte, Calif.
"Queen of Life" will be crown
ed at the event, and a complete
outfit will be presented to her. as
well as to the man of her choice.
Participating are the following
chapters: Sunshine, Mrs. Rudy
Rindom. president; Coral Gables.
Mrs. Seymour Friend; Greater
Miami Men's Club. Adolph Ross-
iman; Palm Beach. Mrs. Ira Wal
sey: Miami Beach. Mrs. Bernard
I Hoffman; and Robyn Tubin, Mrs
| Arthur Tubin.
Miss Kratish Now
Mrs. Lechowitz
Rabbi Max Lipschiti officiated
at the wedding of Carol J. Kratish
and Irwin Lechowitz on Saturday
evening, Jan. 2, at the Empress
hotel.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs Julius E. Kratish, 2931
Prairie ave. The groom's parents
are Mr. and Mrs. Max Lechowitz,
Bronx. N.Y.
The bride chose a floor-length
wedding gown of pure silk taffeta,
featuring a chantilly lace bodice
with long sleeves and sabrina neck-
line enhanced with seed pearls. Her
mil skirt was appliqued with chan-
tilly lace and seed pearls, termln-
ating in a lace chapel train. Tiers
(it French illusion fell from a cor-
onet of seed pearls.
Matron of honor for her sister-
in-law was Mrs. Jack Kratish. The
^room's sister. Mrs. Howard Erd-
rich, was also a matron of honor.
Mi>s Myrna Lechowitz. also the
-room's sister, was maid of honor.
Bridesmaids were Sheila Katzman
and Judy Young, cousin of the
bride.
Robert O. Slaughter waa best
man. Jack Kratish and Howard
Erdrich. brothers-in-law of the
groom, Gerald Tcitelbaum, cousin
of the bride, and Alan Kaufman,
cousin of the groom/ where his at-
tendants.
The bride attended- the Univer-
sity of Miami school of music, and
is a member of the Miami Beach
Jayceeettc-
Mr. lechowitz did his under
graduate work at the University of
Miami and Oklahoma A. and M.
He received ;i M.iMor of Science
degree from the I'nivcrsity of Wis-
consin H< is president of Pride
affiliated with Metropolitan Under-
writer.-.
After a Baraboo, Wise, honey-
moon, the couple will be at home
at 2383 Flamingo dr., Miami
Beach.
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yours,
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HA^iwiew^nd what is to
be watched for in the spring
fashion collections will be of in-
terest to all. So here is a "Watch
for Roundup" of the New York
Couture Group collections for the
spring of I960.
Watch for the inevitable reac-
tion to the idea of a new decade:
a fashion mindedness fresher and
deeper than the mere shift of a
waistline, hemline and shoulder
width. Fashion fundamentals are
newly all-important, with basic
good looks and good taste the de-
signer's most vital concern. Con-
centrating on strictly contempo-
rary forms, fabrics and colorings,
of where and when clothes are
to be worn, how they must travel
and adapt. New York designers
have ignored the chintziness of
period revivals.
Watch for modern art, modern
architecture and the strange new
shape- that symbolize space and
s| i il js prime fashion influen-
c< The oxygen-filled pressure
suits designed for astronauts
sum to echo in the new puffy,
capsule-shaped skirts, pouf and
doiible-pouf hemlines, funnel
sleeves and bubble hats and hair-
dos. The spiralling height of the
new Guggenheim Museum, de-
signed by Frank Lloyd Wright,
has spurred key New York de-
signers to work in spiral cuts arid
abstract silhouettes, folded and
pleated Into shape.
The new "expressioalat" paint-
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Unusual necklines, and often
quite high, will feature the
spring 1960 collections of
New York's top designers.
ing forms the Number One theme
of print designs and affects the
carefully cross-hashed new wea-
ves of wool and cotton. The tall,
poetically thin figures of modern
sculpture are suggested in the
high coif fed. long-waisted, long-
legged look all designers empha-
size for spring. Like mobiles, are
clothes^ with loose panels, scarf
collars, and* a welter of fluttering
pleats.
JLfATCH for interurban, inter-
" continental and interplane-
tary fashion thinking. The knowl-
edge that to more and more
Americans, all the world is a city
or a street connecting cities is re-
flected in the eitizen-of the-world
air of even the most sporty
clothes. Sleek narrow jackets
(longer this spring), neat pleated
skirts, soft silk blouses with
tweeds, decorative brass buttons
and braid pipings, small-scale'
checks and polished, parchment
wool surfaces, all reflect the I
town-or-country mood of casual
fashions. Every collection is high-
ly travel-minded, with packabil-
ity, weight and climate-defiance
as prominently featured as con-
tour and color.
Watch for a poised-for-flight
feeling throughout fashion, with
repeated emphasis on a slender,
flexible body-line flanked by
wide, soft, wing-like sleeves.
Some sleeves are literally all
armhole, beginning at the waist
line and circling out around the
elbow. Others are funnel-shaped
from a very deep armhole to a
more or less normal width below
the elbow. Still others are dol-
man-shaped with an archimj
seam underneath from waist to
cuff. Rounded or tubular sleeves
on coats and suits are set in at a
new straighter and wider shoul-
der line.
Watch for news of a lowered
waistline, neat and natural, hut
definitely on a downward trend.
even when centered with a nor-
mally-placed belt or easy sash.
Slim, elongated bodices, hip
yokes, inset midriff bands which
curve down at the back, beltless
tunics and low bloused tops all
draw the torso longer. The ad
vent of the low waistcd, fitted
coat is marked.
MISS IACHU ntDAH
Rabbi Waxman on TV
Rabbi Alfred Waxman, spiritual
leader of Temple Zion and presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Rabbin-
ical Assn., will be host on "Still
Small Voice" over WCKT cb. 7 at
10 a.m. Sunday. Special guest will
be Dr. Murray A. Schecter. Sub-
ject is "Fasting, Religion and Med-
icine."
Feldan, Goodman
Betrothal Told
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Feldan,
1444 SW 17th ter., Miami, announce
the engagement of their daughter,
Ratbel Harriet, to David E. Good-
man, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alexan-
der M. Goodman, Clayton, Mo.
Miss Feldan graduated from Mi-
ami Senior High School where she
was a member of Phi Sigma Tau
sorority and president of Debs
BBG. She received her degree
from Stephens College, Columbia,
Mo., where she was on the Dean's
List and a member of Pi Phi Rho,
retailing honorary. She is now em-
ployed as an assistant buyer for
Arkwrigbt, Inc., of New York
City.
Mr. Goodman is a graduate of
Clayton schools and an honor grad-
uate of the University of Missouri,
where he received his Bachelor of
Science degree from the school of
business. During his senior year,
he served as chairman of Home-
coming and assistant producer of
a campus musical. He was a mem-
ber of Zeta Beta Tau social fra-
ternity and served as its treasurer
and vice president.
He is now a second year student
in law at the University of Mis-
souri, where he was recently ap-
pointed the first Student Histor-
ian. He is a member of Phi Delta
Phi law fraternity.
The wedding is scheduled for
Aug. 14 at the Deauville hotel.
Anita Speisman Is Bride-Elect
The engagement of their daugh-
ter, Anita, to Laurence David
Schwartz is announced by Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Speisman, 985 NW
Slst St., Miami.
The groom-to-be is the son of
Mrs. Miriam Schwartz, of Miami
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Page 10-B
9-Jewlstncrktinn
Friday, January 8, I960
J^r'Jcs-to-Jjc
Starry-Eyed Trudy Gertler Brings Her
Fine Talent to Dramatic Role in 'Dino'
When "Dino." the drama of JUV- |M
Trudy is devoting every m
Shirley." As
When -nino, me ....,... -.-- h art "swrrej.
,nile delinquency. prenuerosMon- g^ Snirlcy ,- disCOY
,ay at Ruth ForemanS StUdIO P>no. ^^ York (, ,t|p
!ty" Jcitrrrd'in'thc feminine lead ered in the
jRE*fuLl 111 be Tru- ,
le
where the rebellious
Dmo is brought to fe attention of
> Gertler. ,, uorkl.r. It .s here that he
The daughter of Judge and Mr- (,vl,m whlcn
har.es Gertler. of 1590 Bay dr.. meets jwjj^ ^ ^
a world which he had
totally un-
i member of Ruth Foreman
Since her very first days on
~tage. the starry-eyed miss has
made her goal the part of Anne in
The Diary of Anne Frank."
Meanwhile, until that day ar-
Gershwin Lodge
Installs Officers
from
miss mm tamat
Joint Meeting
At Aqudath Israel
Joint meeting of the Sisterhood
and Men's Club of Agudath Israel
Miami Beach. Trudy is the first .
leknoWtedge her dedication as an tag Mm to
actress. Currently attending the hitherto Dauaven
Hebrew Academy Trudy ha. been "j* porformanee will be an
P(,f the work done at the
workshop,
Concurrently with the opening of
Dino." which will run for three
weei3l Mrs. Foreman is once
again Inviting admission to her
Apprentice Theatre Work-hop. In-
dividual sessions for juniors, teen-
iicrrs and adults begin at both
Studio "M" and at the Pied Piper
Playhouse, 762 Arthur Godfrey rd.
On the Beach, teen-agers meet
from 10 to noon, Saturdays, with
Annual installation of officers of junlors agc 6 l0 12, meeting week ....
the George Gershwin Lod^M days after school, from 3:30 to 5:30 Hebrew Institute will be held on
Knights of Pythias, will be held Adu|ts moe, at S(udi0 M" Wednesday evening, according to
Sunday evening at the Roney, Monday cvcnmgs from 8 to 10 p.m. Mrs F.sther Lerman and Herman
Plaza hotel. Installing officer will \ Rceistra,jon cioscs at the end of Weintraub, presidents,
be Adolph A. Rachline, grand V1C0! January. Rabbi Isaac Ever wiU ** guest
chancellor of the Grand Lodge ofj ____________ i speak'er at a question and answer
Florida.____________________ _. ,. .__ ^ I- period, and will analyze the prin-
oScer-nnd trustees .0 be in- WOrtmeil S 11X10 ciples of Judaism
staled are Louis B. Hoberman. r0ncer* Schedllfe Th< ^^'"^'^h M^Huh
chancellor commander; William WOTCeri JVI,CU,,,V for the S.sterhood and Men s Club
Goldwurm vice chancellor; Mar Workmen's Circle will present forma, ins(a|iation banquet at the
eonTeception at the Algiers hotel! shall Ruff.'prelate; William Reim-; "s nnual concert Sy evemn* Fontaincblcau ho,el Feb. 14.
on Dec. 26. which the Kaplans held er. master of arms; Harry Ellen. Jan. 17. at Miami Beach H.gn
in honor of the Bas Mitzvah of master of works; Irving Weinstein. ^ct
Senior High School, their youngest daughter. Laura treasurer; Ben Chasm, inner
honor student. Sue. and a series of parties for the guard; Paul Pincus, outer guard;
She attended Connecticut College engaged couple followed during Max Grossman, secretary; Al Zu-
for Women and is now at Adelphia the ensuing week, crowned by a ker. grand lodge representative.
College in Garden City. Long Isl- luncheon tendered by Miss Kap- j Trustees named are Mack Brown.;
and N Y lan's aunt. Mrs. Ben Adler, at the ] Milton Hurwitz, and Herman Ya-
Arilmui'u
MISS BBTH KAPLAN
Pllktnstoo
MISS LOIS MIDLAND
Miss Kaplan Eyes Aug. 6 Wedding
Mr. and Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan.
3630 Flamingo dr., Miami Beach,
announced the engagement of their
daughter. Beth, to Stewart Wald,
sen of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Wald.
of Brooklyn. N. Y.
Miss Kaplan graduated from Mi-
ami Beach
where she was an
school. He is a member of Alpha
Epsilon Pi fraternity.
Surprise announcement of the
engagement was made at a lunch
Mr. Wald graduated from Tufts Carillon on Dec. 29.
College, and is now a student at; The wedding will take place in
New York University medical New York on Aug. 6.
Lois Friedland, Joseph Brenner
Miss Lois Friedland and Joseph the University of Miami, where
M. Brenner are planning to be she received a Master's degree in
married in the summer. music in 1959. She is presently on
The bride-elect is the daughter the staff of the university's voice
of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Fried- department,
land, 1505 Zoreta, Coral Gables.
The groom to-be is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Brenner.
1536 Robbia, Coral Gables. and li with the Federal Enamel
Miss Friedland is a graduate of and Stamping Company.
Mr. Brenner received his degree
from the University of Missouri.
ger.
Hoberman. a resident here since
1945. is also president of the Dade,
chapter. American Jewish Con-
gress, president of the Surfside
Music Society, vice president of
the Surfside Civic Assn., vice pres-,
ident of the Miami Beach Music
and Arts League, vice president
of the Democratic Club of Miami
Beach, board of governors. Jewish
Federation of Greater Miami.
Listen to This." a play based
on the life and works of Sholem
Aleichem by Ben Fenster. with
music by Vladimir Heifetz. is
scheduled.
Director is Israel Welichanky.
and the cast features Minna Bern.
Zisha Gold, Chayele Luxemburg.
Pola Kadison, and Welichansky.
In charge of reservations is Mrs.
Harry Schulliver. 1018 Meridian
ave., Miami Beach.
ARISTOCRATIC
m>
Dr. Williams to Speak
Weekly luncheon meeting of
Miami Beach Lodge. B'nai B'rith,;
will be held on Tuesday noon at j
the DiLido hotel. Chairman is Ger-
Last month he was included shon Miller. Guest speaker will be'
among the top six men nominated Dr. H. Franklin Williams, vice
as Dade county's "Outstanding president of the University of Mi-
Citizens for 1959." ami.
ORT Chapter Will Hear Surgeon
Afternoon chapter of Women's County Post-Graduate school of
American ORT will hold a lunch-' medicine and senior attending sur-
eon meeting at the Seville hotel geon at Cook County Hospital, Chi-
on Wednesday noon. cago, 111.
'The Cancer Riddle" will be the He is now assistant clinical pro-
subject of guest speaker Dr. Jacob' fessor of surgery at the University
A. Glassman, surgeon, lecturer. 0f Miami medical school, and is
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Dr. Glassman was former pro-
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Dr. Glassman is a Diplomate of
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Poale Zion
Branch Function
Chaim Greenberg Branch of'
Poale Zion will hold its annual
celebration Monday evening at the,
Seville hotel.
Dr. Nathaniel Soroff, of the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education, is chair-
man of the evening, which will in-
clude a guest speaker. Ben Yomen
will conduct a musical program
To be installed officers arc Dr.
Simon Wilensky, president; Solo-,
mon Halperin, David Freedman
and Mrs. Nathaniel Soroff, vice
presidents; L. Dukler and Mrs.
Meyer Kahn secretaries; Isidore
Lederman, treasurer
To install officers is Ehiel Leso-
woder.
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Piano Teacher Hosts Party
Miami piano instructor Esther
Barrett held a holiday music party
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week.
Students participating in the
program covered the piano litera-
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Participants included Mindy Tur
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Friday, January 8, 1860
Page 11-B
Miami Editor
Conducts Forum
Every Sunday .
A roundtable on current affairs
is a weekly torture of the Ameri-
cana hotel, which regularly at-
tracts tome 150 persons every
Sunday night, and meets In the ho-
tel's Panamerican room.
The public affairs forum fea-
tures Hendrik J. Berns. Sunday
iditor of The Miami News.
Proceedings start at 9 p.m., with
a brief introduction of the topic
by Bern*. The roundtahle is then
open to a "free-for-all" session,
diirine which members of the aud-
ience are invited to speak up.
The program it under the di-
rection of Miss Ruth Bagley, so-
cial directress of tho Americana,
and it was she who first suggest-
ed the forum as part of tho ho-
tel's program. Instituted on mn
experimental basis, tre forum
has become so popular that it is
now a regular Sunday function.
Discussion topics include sub-
1 ke Ike's TripSuccess or
i lure?" "The Problems of the
\ mg and Those of the Aging."
\Vhit< House 1961." and "What
Price Democracy," which win" be
discussed on Jan. 3.
"From my own experience as u
newspaperman and speaker, I
know that more and more people
are recapturing their interest in
public affairs," Berns said. "This
forum" gives anyone who wishes
the possibility to speak out and
exchange ideas.
Bias Body Awaits Court's Decision
NW, VPRK-(JTA),-r,The New tpcdagmajic-pjaHinag eoatawi no,pang reqmoemosM for filing of
York state Commission Against requests for information about the Saudi Arabian visa applications by
Discrimination last week signed a applicant's religion, race, ances-1 job applicants. The AJC spokes-
.hTi"Zl fgeing ,0,take no fur- try or similar information and had > man added that the AJC contends
L;!._ "1 ,he comP!aint aains' never contained such questions. that in actual' hiring practices,'
hiring practices of the Arabian
American Oil Company pendfhg a
ruling on the issue by the Appel-
late Division of the New York Su-
preme Court.
At issue is a charge by the Amer-
ican Jewish Congress thnt ARAM-
CO refuses to hire Jews for either
ARAMCO ignores the exceptions.
The AJC spokesman said that
Mortgage Brokerage Courses
Two new classes will open at Mi
ami Senior Hitih School in mort
gage brokerage procedures. The
fir^t class convenes Monday, Jan.
11, and will meet each Monday and
Wednesday from 7 to 10 p.m. for
12 weeks. The second class starts
Tuesday, Jan. 12, and is scheduled
Tuesday and Thursday from 7 to
10 p.m. tor the same 12-week pe-
riod. Instructor is Charles F. Gard-
ner. Registration is at Miami Sen-
ior High weekdays from 4 to 10
p.m.
An ARAMCO spokesman said
tho company filed notice last
October 26. of appeal from Jus-
tice Epstein's ruling. Ho said
that if tho company's appeal will
be scheduled for a hearing dur-
ing the March session of tho Ap-
pelate Division, tho company will
file a required brief by Feb. -I.
Dade Federal President Predicts Rise
Over 'Boom Period' Recorded in 1959
theatre world, Hra. Abraham F.
"L ^,?; W*lMjr York state chair-
man of the Women's Division, and
Mr- John Shubcrt. the luncheon
chairman, all of whom paid warm
tribute to Miss Cornell.
The year 1959 was a boom period
at Dade Federal Savings and Loan
.\ of Miami. .And WOO, appears
c.r\ rf a continued sharp
in thrift and home financing
activity despite the tightest home
market in years.
I Use optimistic statements were
made here -by Joseph M. Lipton,
Dade Federal president, in review-
the past year and evaluating
the outlook for 1900.
Lipton pointed out that Dade
Federal's assets increased by IS
percent in 1959, reaching an all-
time high of $145 million.
aid that "many families and
individuals continued and even
stepped up the savings program.-.
Rabbi Stem Off
To Conference
IL.I>l>i Tibor .Stern, spiritual lead-
< r of Beth Jacob Congregation,
wal appointed honorary delegate
t-i the 50th annual convention of
the. Religious Zionist Organization
of America opening Wednesday in
Atlantic City.
Kabbi Etern Is past president of
the Mizrachi chapter of Kansas
t-'ity. Mo., and is a regular contrib-
utor to Ohr Hamiirach, official
Mizraohj publication.
En route, to the convention, he
will stop ,n Baltimore. Md., to visit
the Ner Israel Rabbinical Semin-
ary, and Yeshiva University and
Stern College for Women in New
York.
Rabbi Stern is auothor of the
recently published volume. "Corn-
Position of the Talmud."
initiated to offset possible financial
ill effects of the 1958 recession."
Lipton added that "this
ued high level of savings, coupled
with ever-increasing repayments
'on [pans previously made, en;.
j Dade Federal to meet the vastly-
increased demand for home loans
that occurred in the community as
! the business climate improved."
Lipton forecast an excellent
business year for 1960, with re-
covery from the effects of the
steel strike to bo relatively slow
in the first half of tho year, but
picking up momentum after-
wards. Personal income should
touch new highs, he said, with
consumer expenditures expand-
ing accordingly. While housing
units would decline a little from
1959-s estimated 1.45 million
units, the year would still be one
of the bee* postwar building
he concluded.
He listed the highlights of Dade
Federal's 1959 operation as fol-
lows:
o A net increase in savings of
about $16 million, or 14.2 percent,
bringing total savings at year's
end to $128 million.
o A gain of 3,500 or 5 percent
in savings account holders, bring-
ing the total to about 68.000 in
December.
o Record payments of earnings
to savers for use of their funds.
Dividends totaled $4,300,000 in
1969, 22 percent above the 1958
figure.
o A rise of $14 million, or 13.5
percent, in the borne mortgage
loan portfolio, increasing the total
of quality- first mortgage borne
loans held by the institution to
$117 million at year's end.
Asked if there were any Jew-
ish employees in Hie New York
office, the spokesman replied ft v WtS2 2 ?nd T
that the company do., not ask New York Attorney General to file
for such information and that he \f* a", ("c* "VT ?
did not know. '*'ha,f of the AJC for ,he APPel"
late Division hearing. Mr. Spitz
. ......-.., iu ,,,n- ji-ws mr rimer A spokesman for the American *eid that the stipulation signed
domestic or Saudi Arabian employ- Jewish Congress agreed that the by SCAD covered that request. He
ment on orders of the Saudi Arab- record in the hearing before Jus-' < gained that it is SCAD's func-
lan Government. Supreme Court ti rnvt.in inriimirH ,>, ,,'tion to implement court decisions
Justice Henry Epstein ruled las- l,te EpM,m *catcd there were am) tha| ^ fhp A Uatc dc.
July that ARAFCO was not en exceptions "for minor stenograph- tjslon WfJ madc lho issue wouId
titled to a bona fide occupational ic and clerical posts" from a com remain unsettled.
exemption from the state's anti- -------~"----------------------------------------------------------------------------
discrimination laws on employ bib -*_ .. .
ment and ordered SCAD to enforce I"!CDreW U. CHCIX HGIIOrS AClTeSS
fail ruling.
NEW YORKKatharine Cornell, The proce-ds of the luncheon,
'he noted American actress, n which oral attended by approxi-
ceived the 1890 Woman of the I mutely 600 g ill go to
." Award of tho Women's Dl the establishment of tnc $100,000
"I the American FriiTids oi chair,
the Hebrew University at th ,. _. ..
enth annual luncheon of the or- *? "***? *" tV", "V
ganization. held at the Wal,. '"' s,.r ^edr'c Htn
Astoria hotel % ta Snilbprt- *o represented the
The creation of
Henry Spitz. SCAD general coun- J~J *& tHWJj man ot .omen's I,:v,s,on. and
SCAD would not take any action *alem *as ua"nouneed b\
until after 20 days following the Lo"'^-(''"be'-3^,. national chair
ruling on the anneal man of the Women s Division. The ... .....
niimg on tnc appeal. undertaking was commended by Babbl Lipschltl 10 Speak
The ARAMCO spokesman flatly I'hilip M. Klutznick. president of I
denied last week to the Jewish, the American Friends of the He- Recently-formed single man and
Telegraphic Agency that the corn- brew University, as "an assurance womens bs'iess and professional
pany has ever made a practice of of further cultural inter action be 8rouP at Monticello Park will hear
asking all job applicants to indi- tween the people of Israel and our-. Rabb' Max A. Lipschitz on Sunday
cate their religion as a condition selves." 'evening,
of employment. He said that under
the ARAMCO agreement with Sau-
di Arabia, an applicant for a job
in the company's operations in
Saudi Arabia is required to fill out
u form provided by Saudi Arabia
which does inquire about his re-
ligion. He said application forms
Brothers Finally
Meet Aboard
Israeli Liner
Pianist David Lerow. who plays
inner music in the Carillon ho-
tel's Silver Chimes dining room,
has not seen his violinist brother,
Arosha, since they parted in Leb-
anon in 1937.
Both were born in Odessa, Rus-
sia, fled to Constantinople after
the revolution, and then moved to
Vienna 'n 1929, where they lived
until the Anschluss with Nazi Ger-
many.
Escaping to Lebanon. David con-
ducted his own orchestra iu Beirut
until 1951. when the government
began to cast a bloodshot eye at
his friendship with American trav-
elers. The authorities picked him
up for questioning.
The musician bribed his way
out of |ail with part of a prize
he had won, and staked himself
to a new start in Miami Beach
with the rest.
Arosha chose to settle in Israel,
where he became an officer in the
army during the War of Libera-
tion. He is now orchestra leader
on the SS Jerusalem.
Distrust and war between the
Arabs and Israel earlier prevent-
ed any visiting when one brother
was in Beirut and the other in Tel
Aviv, even though they were only
150 miles apart. They finally made
it recently, when David flew to
New York to say "Shalom" to his
brother while the SS Jerusalem
docked for several days.
Herbert H. Robins, executive di-
rector of the Carillon, feels not a
little bit responsible for bringing
the meeting about, since he was
among those responsible for set-
ting up the Z1M Israel Line cruises
with New York as a port of call.
Pianist David Lerow (right) and violinist Arosha Lerow, his
brother, meet on the SS Jerusalem in New York.
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: has been busy manipulating h.s boat over local waierw
b,0nt.ZrSnoff. whose Optimist Little League M -.
.ndependents. finished second ir["*. ,^her-in-law,
Latest husband-andwife team in local r.alty field ar. ae y
a Republican C?ub. Richard Brice is its first president, and other off,
cef; ar H F Silverman. secretary, and E. E. Bronston. treasurer
^ Sen the Florida Assn. of Realtors holds its inaugura Icon^non
r>,in^n Tan r and 9 Mrs Alma R. Tenenbaum. of Miami Beacn.
wil^ttiS ".!.' President of the Rea.tor Women's Council a,
. mJjLfff^ffi ^ dir.eU>r ,omitr. *-
Adams Engineering Co. He fill, the vacancy left by the late Herbert
R Adam., victim of an airline, crash.
With completion of a 612-unit apartment slated for next December
occupying the site of the former Flamingo hotel, the Bay rd. and Wes
ave area, south of Lincoln rd. will be occupied by almost five percent
of the total Miami Beach year-round population. The nearby Southgate
apts., numbering more than 500 units, together with the new Bay rd.
structure will house over 2,500 persons.
The installation ceremony of the Miami Beach Board of Realtors
will be held at the Deauville on Jan. 21. Co-chairmen of the banquet
committee are Max Lipsky and Ed Osher.
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BOTH SIDES OF THE BAY: The Miami Beach Women's Unit of
United Cerebral Palsy is sponsoring the opening night performance of
"My Fair Lady" Feb. 2 at M.B. Auditorium. Admission is by dona-
tion. Mrs. Bernard D. Kaplan, chairman of the affair, is in charge of
tickets, and is assisted by co-chairman Mrs. Arthur Marks.
"Come to the Dance," the play having its premiere at Coconut
Grove Playhouse, closes Sunday. On Tuesday, Arlene Francis, the
sparkling TV personality, makes her stage bow there in "Tonight at
8:30," a Noel Coward opus, appearing with James Mitchell, Laurinda
Barrett, Mary Cooper, A. J. Herbert, Nancy Devlin and Terry Green.
The star is the wife of Broadway director Martin Gabel.
The Socialites of Miami, new social group with clubhouse on 79th
*t. causeway, ha. organized a tpecial weekend at en oceanfront Miami
Beach hotel for single member.. Reasonably priced, the package in-
cludes dining, entertainment, room and other facilities for three days
and two night*.
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kasdin, and their sons Scott, 6, and Niesen, 5.
among the many local families enjoying Martha Raye's dinner show at
her Copa City. Other familiar faces seen there: Mr. and Mrs. Erwin
Karden, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Auslander, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becher,
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Munchik, Councilman Bernard Frank and his lovely
singing spouse, Marion Colby.
Liberace, with a brand new act, is holding forth at the Deauville
; Casanova room this week.
Jane Kean, assisted by Ron Fletcher, is the headliner at the Eden
Roc Pompeii room.
Margaret Piazza make, her return to the La Ronde of the Fon-
tainebleau. In the Boom Boom room there, Pupi Campo and hi. pop-
ular mu.ic men continue to hold forth.
The all-new fourth edition of "Havana Mardi Gras" has finally
made its long-awaited appearance at the Lucerne Club Chalet, starring
Diosa Costello. The stage has been widened and deepened to handle
the biggest cast of the long-run hit revue to date.
On Monday. Ruth Foreman launches her original drama of juvenile
delinquents, "Dino," adapted from the hit TV play, which starred Sal
Mineo. It will begin a three-week engagement at her Studio M
* *
MOVIE TALK: "Operation Petticoat," going into its third week, has
:roken all combined box office and attendance records at the Carib
Miami and Miracle Theaters. The Cary Grant-Tony Curtis starrer will be
followed by the Rita Hayworth-Tony Franciosa melodrama, "Story on
Page One." ... The giant spectacle movie of all time, "Ben Hur is
doing capacity buisness at the Lincoln Theatre on the Beach Israeli
beauty, Haya Harareet, is expected in town for personal appearances
this week. She plays opposite Charlton Heston in the title role
* *
DINING OUT: Andy Gustafson and family spotted at his favorite
restaurant, the Bonfire, enjoying the prime beef.
Harry Ritz, of the Ritz Brothers, saying hello to old friend Al Gold-
man, while supping on the Cantonese specialty, Moo Goo Guy Pan at
Fu Manchu.
Michel'., of Normandy Isle, reporting record party bu.ines, for
th., time of year, espe.ci.tly engagement. .* Bar Mitzv.h function,
Tennessee Williams, the eminent playwright, never fails to make
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Jym> "Cofsagefer >W' is a new feat^^^LbaCJLijsiLEloridian.
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Barnard Asatanowicz
j.ir Milzvah of Bernard Asaton-
kicz will take place Saturday
brmng, Jan. 9, at Beth El Con-
egation. Rabbi Solomon Schiff
U officiate.
d is the son of Mr. and
J
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.lark AsatahoWiex, 2375 SW
st. He is m eighth grade at
lanuoan Junior. High School.
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Steven Rain
frnplr Jtirtthi' wTiT"Ue the site
he Bar Mitrvatr of Steven Rein
Saturday aornama.i Jan. 9.
is ih<^orr ofOlf.' and Mrs.
lard Rein.
has/btterr a student at the
rple religious school for the
four years, and attends eighth
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grade at Ponce de Leon Junior
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Kiddush of Sanctification following
the service. Rabbi Morris Skop and
Cantor Herman Gottlieb will offi-
ciate.
a a
Sandy Behar
Rabbi Mayer Abramowltz will
officiate at the Bar Milrvah of
Sandy Behar on Saturday morning,
Jan. at North Shore Jewish
Center.
Sandy is the son ol Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Behar, 840 80th st. He is a
student in the religious school of
the Center, and attends Nautilus
Junior High.
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Philip Bernstein
Saturday morning services, Jan.
9, at Beth Jacob Congregation will
include the Bar Mttzrah of Philip
Bernstein.
Philip is the son-of Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Bernstein, 1013 3rd st..
Miami Beach.
Rabbi Tibor Stern and Cantor"
Maurice Mamches \rill Officiate.
The Bar Mitzvah is a Seventh
grade student at Miami Beach Jun-
ior High School.

Bennett Specter
Bennett Alan Spector. son of Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Spector, will be-
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Reception in Bennett's honor
will be held Saturday afternoon
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[.town guests will include Miss Mil
j dred Spector and Miss Ida Som
; mers, New Jersey; and Harry
, Spector and Leo Block, New York

Lee Frumin
North Shore Jewish Center will
be the site of the Bar Mitzvah of
Lee Fruman on Saturday morning.
Jan. 9. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
will officiate.
Lee is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Simon Fruman, 6811 Trouville Es-
planade. He attends Nautilus Jun-
ior High, and is in the graduating
class of the Center religtom school.
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Alan Bent em in
Dinner dance Saturday evening
will honor Aran Steven Benjamin
at the Famous restaurant.
Occasion will be.tkeCelebration
of his Bar Mitzvah..Tan Saturday
morning, Jan. 9, at the Israelite
Center, with Rabbi Morton Mala
vsky officiating. ,
Alan is the son of Mr. and Mrs
David Benjamin. 2880 SW 16th st.
He is in the eighth grade at Shen-
andoah Junior High, where he
plays jn the band, and attends Is-
raelite Center religious school.
Kiddush will follow the servicl-.
Out-of-town guests will include his
grandmother, Mrs. J. Spielberg,
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Benjamin, Mrs.
G. Spielberg, and Marcy and Neil
Spielberg, all of Philadelphia, Pa.
SANDY
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WILLIAM
attends the Temple religious
school. Reception will be held In
his honor Saturday evening at the
Berk hme
Out-of-town guests will include
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Slutzky and
Louis Berk, the Bar Mitzvahs
grandfather, of Detroit, Mich. Al-
so attending will be Mrs. Hannah
Yerman and Mrs. Oscar Skolnik,
of Detroit.
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Bruce Hirshhorn
Beth Jacob Congregation will be
the site of the Bar Mitzvah of
Bruce Hirshhorn on Saturday
morning, Jan. 9. Rabbi Tibor Stern
and Cantor Maurice Mamches will
officiate.
Bruce is the son of Mrs. Edith
Samuels, 145 Jefferson ave. He at-
tends eighth grade at Miami Beach
Junior High School, where he is
a member of the band. He Is also
a member of Boy Scout Troop 61.
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Richard Idels
Bar. Mitzvah of Richard Stuart
Idels fook place Saturday morning.
Jan. 2, at Beth David Congrega-
tion, with Rabbi Yaakov Rosen-
berg officiating.
Richard is the son of Mr. and
Mri. Reuben Idels, 3281 SW 21st
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Ruggiero Ricci in Paganini Concerto;
Sevitzky to Conduct Dvorak Symphony
The l nivrsity of Miami Sym-
phony Orchestra, with internal.on-
aIIv known conductor Fab.en Be-
v tiky on the podium, win i;"''"
violinist Ruggiero Rleej HI the sea-
sons fourth concert Sunday and
Monday evenings, .Ian. W an. 18
at Miami Beach and Dade County
Auditoriums.
The program features Ricci play-
ing the Paganini Violin Concerto
to D minor and Scvuuky and the
orchestra performing Dvorak s
Symphony in E minor. No. 5 (from
the "New World"). The concert
Will open with Verdi's Overture to
-In Fona del Dcstino.' A fourt.i
work on the program is American
composer Edward BurUngame
HiU's symphonic poem "Lilac*.
Hill, former Dean of Music at
Harvard University, has com-
posed many works for voice and
DIANE TODD
orchestra. An octogenarian now
living in Sara.ota, Fl... he com-
posed "Lilacs" :n the early
lWs. He has also written two
symphonic suites entitled 5tev-
ensoniana," a combination of
pcems by Robert Lou.s Steven-
son.
Ruggiero Ricci. recognize:! al'
over tlie world as 'one ot the fore
most violinists of tins I'.enorat.on
began violin study wifll his fMaW
at the age ol Bve A year later h.
became a pupil of the great tea. ,
er, Louis Peralnger, and at eign
appeared in Us birthplace.of Sm
pVancisco playing the Mendels
BOhn Violin Concerto.
M nine Ricci appeared in Car
negie Hall, and at 12 toured El
,.,, ter Playing for thousand
In rectal and as soloist with a.
lhe leading archestraa from Scan
Idinavia to South Afrid, and Israe
to Australia.
Ricci ha been known as one o
America's heal violin talents
Steadily maturing with eachjidde
year as a concert artist He nai
'also made numerous appearance!
on radio and television. Among hi
recordings are the phenomenally
difficult -Twenty Four Caprices
of Paganini and violin concertos
of Tchaikovskv. M e n d e I s s o hn,
Bruch. Beethoven, and Paganini a
NOB. 1 and 2.
Ricci, called "an undisputed
master of the violin," plays a
Guarnerius, made in 1734, and
once owned by the late Bronis-
law Huberman. The instrument
is insured for $35,000.
Ricci will be making his fourth
appearance here with the Univer
sity Symphony. In 1942 he per
formed the Mendelssohn Concerto.
in 1949 Paganini. and at a summer
Pops Concert in 1954. Henri Vieux
temps' Concerto in D minor.
fair end Sunset Theaters.______________.--------.-----------------
ftrlene Francis Coming to Grove
'My Fair Lady' to Bow in tor Three
Weeks at Miami Beach Auditorium
Michael Evans and Diane Todd
v.ill be seen in the leading roles of
"My Fair Lady." which arrives at
the Miami Beach Auditorium on
Thursday night, Feb. 2. for a three-
week engagement
The book and lyrics of "My Fair
Lady" were written by Alan .lay
Lerner, and the music was com
posed by Frederick I.oewe The
production was staged by Moss
Hart and designed by Oliver Smith.
Robert Russell Bennett and Phil
Lang have made the musical ar-
rangements, and the orchestra is
conducted by Anton Coppola.
Now, in the National Company
ot "My Fair Lady" playing the
vole of Eliza, is Diane Todd. Only
21 years oid. Miss Todd ha- already
spent 18 years in the English iTie-
atre. In her most recent engage-
ment before coming to America,
she played the part of Mar-man in
"Kismet."
Henry Higgins is the central fig
ure in the play and is portrayed
by Michael Evans. Diane Ti*id is
seen in the leading feminine role
of Eliza Doolittle. Her father ir
the play. Alfred P. Doolittle. it
portrayed by Charles Victor, and
Hugh Dempster is seen in the role
of Colonel Pickering. Others in the
cast include Margaret Bannerman
as Mrs. Higgins, Marie Paxton as
Mrs. Eynsford-HilL Held Shelton
as her son Freddy. Eric Brother
son. Charles Penman, Velma Hoy
ton and Katharine llynes. Also fea-
tured is a large company of sing
ers and dancers.
The score contains many memo
rablc songs, including -Why Can 1
the English?*' "Wouldn't it be
Loverly," "With a Little Bit of
Luck," "I Could Have Danced All
Night." "On the Street Where You
Live." 'Cet Me to the Church on
Time." ard "I've Grown Accus-
tomed to Her Face."
The Dennis King, isobel Elsom
nd Irene Castle starrer. "Come to
ie Dance," playing to capacity
oliday crowds at Coconut Grove
Mavhouse. is in its second and
!nal week through Sunday.
Writen by Nellise Child, the
omedy is co produced by George
.. Lngle and Owen Phillips. Phil-
ps is directing the pretour pro-
uction which also stars Teddy
lart. Eli Mintz. Dorothy Konrad.
"ommie Baxter, Laurence Watson
,nd Don Gantry.
Opening for a special two-week
engagement at Coconut Grove
Playhouse on Tuesday, Jan. It,
will be Miss Arlene Francis in
"Tonight at 8:30," by Noel Cow-
ard. She will play through Sat-
urday, Jan. 23, with Sunday eve-
nings off for her "What's My
Line" TV commitment.
"Tonight at 8:30," a series of
hort plays, was first presented on
lroadway in 1936. starring Cow
,rd, himself, and actress Gertrude
.awrence. Nine plays were pre-
ented in three acts.
The Coconut Grove presentation
ill include two of the more pop-
ular selections,
land "Still laie."
Friday. January 8, I960
Russian Art Film
To Open Jan. 15
Russia on the home front and
Russia on the battlefield are two
newsworthy aspects of "The Cranes
are Flying," Soviet motion picture
coming to the Mayfair and Sunset
Theatres on Jan. 15.
""The Mosfilm Studios*T^oduction
is the romantic and dramatic story
ol two young Russian lovers dur-
ing the war-torn '40s. The film.
.-tarring Tatyana Samoilova and
Alcxei Batalov, is being distribu-
ted by Warner Bros, at the request
of the U. S. Department of State in
connection with its Cultural Ex-
changes Agreement of 1958 with
the Soviet Union.
Tatyana Saenotlova is the grand-
niece of Stanislavsky, possibly the
most famous of Russian drama
coaches and author Of "method"
..(ting.
Miss Samoilova is 24, and comes
from a family dedicated to acting.
In "The Cranes are Flying."
Miss Samoilova plays the sweet-
heart of a young Muscovite who
leaves her as he goes to the front
during World War II.
Heralded as the greatest EfJMian
film-production since the famous
Potemkin" of 33 years ago, "The
Cranes are Flying" will soon be
seen by American audiences.
The romantic wartime drama
was awarded the Grand Prix at
the 11th annual Cannes Film Fes-
tival.
Potemkin." an Amkino produc-
tion for the USSR, was directed by
S. M. Eisenstein, whose successor
as the leading Soviet film director
is M. Kalatozov, director of "The
Cranes are Flying."
In addition to Miss Samoilova,
the cast of the new Soviet picture
is headed by Alexel Batalov a
young graduate of the Moscow Art
Theatre.
Others in the production, which
was cad iB New York, include
James Mitchell, Mary Cooper, who
[was at the Grove in "Babes in
I Arms" last season, A. J. Herbert.
Laurinda Barrett. Nancy Devlin
land Terry Green.
"Red Peppers' is the story of a
married song anddance team
whose off-stage antics are even
imore hilarious than their on-etage
numbers. Miss Francis will have
the opportunity to do a few songs
and dances with Mitchell.
"Still Life" tells of a woman and ~ ~
her love for a young doctor she has Cord Party WMIIf SOOy
met while on a shopping trip to
London, and of their clandestine
meetings, which eventually must
come to an end.
Card party and social evening
will be held by Tifereth Israel Sis-
terhood at the Center, 6600 N. Mi-
ami ave., Wednesday at 8:30 p.m.
QP
TMI
woe
SOB THI
INFOKMALS
INVITATIONS
CALLING CAIOS
ANNOUNCtMlNTS
THANK- YOU" NOUS
KKSONAL STATIONS*?
Our wtMint consultant will display a com-
plf tf srtectKHi in trie comfort ol your home.
Mten* FRonJcIni 3-4634
w
rtrir/if (y
Concurrent
One-Man Shows
The Miami Beaen Art Center,
2100 Collins ave. i- currenth pre
senting four one-man shows which
include watercolors, oils, sculpture
and photographs. The exhibits in
open to the public on Jan. 11, and
(will remain on view through Jan.
27.
Eliot OTIara. famous throughout
the country for his fine watercol-
ors, has contributed a collection
ni paintings made during a re-
cently-concluded European tour to
gether with others of the Amen
can scene.
Contributing to the oil section.
Maxlne Shattuck, of Miami, is
showing a group of selected paint-
ll gl executed in the distinctively
j individual style which has won
: recognition here and elsewhere
Equally teatured. Donald Rich
jard Miller, well-known New York
sculptor, is introduced by his in
itial showing in the Miami area.
! Representative of his latest work.
I Miller ha- chosen a section of 12
pieces for entry at the Art Center.
The photographic exhibit bring-
together the work of Klara Parkas
!of Miami, whose camera approch
has established her among the few
j women who have directed their
talents toward this medium in
i America.
Submarine skipper Cary Grant listens to the grandiose post-
war plans of his incorrigible junior officer, Tony Curtis, in this
scene from "Operation Petticoat," now in its second week at
the Carib, Miami and Miracle Theaters.
ATTENTION
APARTMENTS, HOTELS and MOTELS
We buy and sell all kinds of furnishings,
kitchen equipment, electric appliances, etc.
"If We Don't Have It, They Never Made HT
ALL-STATE SALVAGE, INC.
"We Buy Anything"
2220 N.E. 2nd Ave. Miami FR 7-4106
116 N f. 6ft Stuet. Mian, flood*
New Jewish Center forming
South Dade Jewish Center an-
nounces its first meeting of the
year Wednesday, 8:30 p m. at the
South Miami Height. Shopping
Center Arcade Thi, newly-formed
organization is being advised by
members of the board of TemoU
Zion of West Miami
THE McCUNE COMPANY
APPRAISERS COUNSELORS
ADRIAN McCUNf Ma.
MARION C McCUNE M A I
15! M.I. THIRD STREET
MIAMI


Friday. January 8, 1960
+Je*isi>norA&*t7
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MRI. MINNIE KATZ
. of 1730 BW Mli il died Jan. 2.
Klie came here It years uk<> from Cln-
recently formed to "fetter the' | %!&.;.?%?YruTu'r*. *
Jan. 3 at Riverside Mrmm lai Chapel.
Normsnddy laic, with burial in ill.
Klnal Cemetery.
Merchant Group
Names Leaders
The Lincoln Road Progress Assn.,
ecently formed to "further the
success of the Lincoln rd. mall aufL'i'T f""r '' <"" srand-
do all that is n^essaTy TSlnfrea'sT't^fr *gll^.^./Ta'^Tfffe
business for the merchants," has '
Funeral 11
MRS. HARRIET M. JOSEPH
i named Max Boderman, realtor,
I and Ted Greenfield, manager of <~< lioi "SJJcfii"'7.i Sod" Jan. 1
| Saks Fifth Avenue, as co-cha.r- EFlJttg "S? & TMK
HAMY ZUKttHKK
men.
The board of directors numbers
24 members, 12 property owners
and 12 merchants.
Representing the property
| owners are Boderman, C. L.
Clements, Jr., Seymour Rubin,
Saul Weing.rten, Myron Willi-
sen, August Geiger, Dr. Morris
Goodman, Dick Mead, jr.. Gene
Rankin, Frank Smathers end
Milton Sirkin. Merchants include
Greenfield, Den Herman, Ross
Prichason, Dave Miller, Jules
Scnoen, Adrian Thai, Harry Aus-
lander, Don Burgess, Bob Speed,
David Jacobs and Wallace Pe-
ttier.
Construction of the mall will take
from three and one-half to four
months, Greenfield said. He addtx
that a meeting of all tenant store
keepers will be called in the early
spring to determine the construe
tion date, either May 1 or Sept. 1
depending on whether stores want
construction to go in the summer
or faU.
Mall construction will not force
any stores to close, as all work
will be done in the streets, leaving
Mil, and two STandi hlldren
Kervlies were Jan. 3 at Rlveralde Me-
morial Chapel. Alton rd.
Lawyers Slate
Institute Here
The fifth annual Real Property
and Probate Institute will be held
at the Oceanfront Auditorium Fri-
day and Saturday, it was announ-
ced by Harry Zukernick. chairman
of the Institute and chairman of
the Real Property, Probate and
Trust Law Section of the Florida
Bat
The Institute is part of a pro
gram of continuing legal education
for lawyers, and is being sponsored
h> the Miami Beach Bar Assn., Lincoln rd. sidewalks cleai
MISS CARRIE FELDSTEIN
<3. of 4000 Royal I'alm ave., died Dec.
21. She came here ten years ajco
from Brooklyn, and la survived by
one alater, Mm. Warn he Ilauin Serv-
ices wer. Dec -'.'at Riverside Memor-
ial Chapel, Alton rd.. with burial In
flraceland Park Matiaoleum.
BERKO ZAKROISKY
70, of 20 S\V 33rd (., died Dec. 20.
He came here unm yearr uro from
(Brooklyn, and wan t baker Surviv-
Ins1 are three daughters. Including
Mra. Shirley Kata and Mra. Bethel
l-andski-on, r, one sister, and seven
grandchildren Bel slcoi were IV. 12
i at Riverside Memorial Chapel, W
FUjler at., with burial In Mt.
Cemetery.
Slaters and two grandchildren Herv-
lce were Dec. 13 at Uordon Funeral
Home, with burial In Star of David
' !< m.tery.
MRS. IDA HIRSCH
2, of <01 MW 2nd ct.. died Dec. 11.
Bhe re. me bar* l years ago from X
York City. Surviving are her hus-
l.irnl. Max. and one brother S. i .
war* Id ,\i York vuh ka .4-uiiinge-
mentx by Cjordon Euneral !!
JOHN MONASH
M. of S2SI NW 17th st died Dec. 1.
A bartender, he came here ten years
aao from Cleveland. There ar- no lo-
cal aurvivors. Services and burial
^\ i In Cleveland, with local ar-
rangements by Riverside Memorial
Chapel.
Sinai
Florida Bar committee on continu-
ing legal education, headed by
t harles B. Fulton. West Palm
Beach, and the Real Property, Pro-
bale and Trust Law Section of the
Florida Bar.
Friday's opening session at 10
a.m. will consist of a discussion
of 'The Pros and Cons of Land
Trusts in Florida" by I. Albert
Pallot and Francis W. Sams, Mi-
ami attorneys, and a lecture on
"Important Real Property Liti-
gation and Legislation in 1959"
by William G. Ward, Miami at-
torney, at 2 p.m.
Saturday's program, commen-
cing at 10 a.m., will consist of a
panel on "A Proposed Marketable
Title Act for Florida," with David
P. Catsman, of Miami Beach, as
moderator; Parks M. Carmichael,
Gainesville; Richard E. Cours,
Tampa; Paul Game. Tampa; James
W. Mahoney, Jacksonville; Flet-
cher G. Rush, Orlando; and Zu-
kernick. Miami Beach.
The program will conclude with
a lecture on "Estate Planning" by
Prof. Kenneth L. Black, of the Uni-
\ersity of Florida law school, at
2 p.m.
The committee in charge con
"f Zukernick. Walter C. Kov-
Arthur II. Neater, David I.
Shedroff and Michael Zukernick.
throughout the face-lifting.
MILTON BLUMENTHAL
70. of 2512 W Alc.iiar dr., Hollywood.
was killed In an automobile accident
Dec. 14. A former reaklcut of Miami
Reach, he moved to Hollywood six
month* aCD. Surviving are hla wife.
Esther: three daughter*. Mra. Julia
Hlstsk. Mr*.- Roaely Zeldman, and
Mi- Vivian Mclntli.-. a brother ""'1
rand son Service* weft Dec IS at
Rlveralde Memorial Chapel, Norman-
dy Iale. with burial In Star of David
Cemetery.
JESSE KEROLD
'.2. of 929 E. 23rd at llialeah, died
l>ec. 14. He came here ten year* ago
from New York, and waa a vet.
World War II Sin \ King a:o two ln
then, Including Mai\. and a
s.rvics were Dec. Id at Oordon Fu-
neral Home, with burial in Mt. Nebo
Cemetery. ,
/Music Lecture Sunday [veiling
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation al
the University of Miami will offer
another in its series of monthly
music lectures on Sunday, 8 p.m..
at Hillel House, 1100 Miller dr
Lecture will be conducted by Rob
ert Strassburg, composer, "conduc
tor and music director of Hillel
House. He will discuss "The Music
of Israel Today." with recorded
excerpts of work by Ben-Chayim,
Lavry, Weiner, and Sternberg.
MRS. IRENE J. NEWMAN.
*, of 84 Catalonia ave.. Coral Oohlaa,
who came here 19 year* ago from
Jamaica. I. I dll .11' II
lug are her huahand. I>r. Irving, three
daiifhtera and a alater, M- Charlotte
and burial were In
New York, with local arrant
by Gordon Funeral Home
NATHAN WOLFF
62. Of 14ST Jeff. died Dec.
II He c inie h.r.- :' years ago from
New York, and wa* a retired trucking
firm owner Surviving; are hla wife.
Kay: two aona. (lerald and Allan: a
brother and alater. He wa* a Maaon
and veteran of World War 1 Serv-
ices were Dec. 14 at Rlveralde Me-
morial Chapel. Washington ave., with
burial In Mt Nebo Cemetery
JOSEPH ZIRIN
Israel Bond Leader
Passes Away at 61
BALTIMORE Adolf L. Ham-
burger, prominent Baltimore in-
vestment .counselor and national
chairman for High Holidays of the
Israel Bond Organization, died
Dec. 27. He was 61 years old.
A native of Baltimore, Hamburg-
er was one of the most important ^ KuclM ,, Deo
national leaders Of the Israel i H(. came here *lx yeare aao from New
Bond drive I York. Surviving are two brother*.
e" Morrla and UniUC Services were Dec.
A graduate of Johns Hopkins | m at Riverside Memorial chaii.
University and the Harvard School JfflSSZZX'pJP *"""'" '" U""'
of Business. Hamburger was the
publisher of a periodical dealing
with investment problems, entitled
"Market Trends."
Hamburger held key posts in ma-
jor Jewish communal organiza-
tions in the city of Baltimore. He
served as president of the Balti-
more Board of Jewish Education,
and as vice chairman of the Assoc.
Jewish Charities Campaign and
Welfare Fund. He was a founder
of the Baltimore American Jewish
Congress, and served on the board
of the Baltimore Zionist District.
ALEX SCOTT
51. of 800 Weat ave.. died Dec 12. He
came here 19 yeara ago from Cleve-
land, and owned icon Motor*. Sur-
viving are a eon, Sheldon: daughter.
Mr*. Robert Snyder; brother, three
LEO OLUCKSTADT
St. of 744 E I Jan 2. He
waa a
I
tiroker. S it
...
II* i'I In .
C.hK'k*ta it. Her
'
p:inl-up member-hip brunch ol the to iicth Tftiah cm
ii burial in
ORT Schools in Film
Mi tion pictures of ORT schools
in Israel will highlight the annual
it OUR SPECIALTY
CONDOLENCE BASKETS
FtfSHir PACKED
one DELIVERED WITHIN
- THE H0UK -
FRUIT CIRCUS
1698 S.W. Flogler Ter.
PHONE
Vr FR 3-9275FR 1-2511 -Cr
LEGAL NOTICE
1 G.abSTchas.ter u AT.l'ri;
Wmen s ORT. Mrs. Ben MoaJrJn, Mt. sinai cm.
iok the pictures on her re-
' trip to Israel, w.H narrate at
i brunch to be held at the home of
Jean Fox, 830 Cremona ave.,
< ral Gables, on Wednesday at
1130 a.m.
GEORGE BIALECK
.. of "i" r.th i Ian '-' He
o, an I
waa a > "er of B mes
ket. .- til i r- Ing are hla v
.i
U '.-. Ml
in.I Mr. M irl"
He waa a member of
were
Unit Sponsors Theofre Party
Miami Beach Women's Unit of 2. The admission is by donation to
I mted Cerebral Palsy is sponsor-[the unit, according to Ruth (Mrs.
In* the opening night performance Bernard D.) Kaplan, past president ^'.""h.."
' Hy Fair Laily." starring and chairman of the opening nignt tl. ,-,,rk ,.f ,,i. circuM Coon oa m
MuhajSl Evans and Diane Todd at | activities Co-chairman is Mrs. ^^;^l:^w\-lK:[^^^a
1 Miami Rearn Aiifiil.\riiim Pah Arthur Mark i,.it -j r,......i .... .. nl l.u !, m
IN THE C.RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Or
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. SOC 47
KI.SIK SMITH
Weir
vs.
IK W M.l.Aii: KMITH
1 'i f, ndanl.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
TO C1EORIJK VI SMITH
Addreaa utikn n
notified that a aiilt
tor tllvofoe h Inal you
an.i you ar< lo aerve
r pleadlni
titiffa at-
I DAVID I.IKI'.MVN'. :'l South
Miami Beach Auditorium Feb. Arthur Mark.
Lakeside
Memorial Park
"The South's most beautiful Jewish cemetery'
JE 1-5369
Hill at Coroplalel will be taken aa
ronfeaaed b> roil.
I>ated Ihla r.th day of January. AD.
I too.
FT I! LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
it Court, Dade Coenty, I'lmlda
(aeal) By: K M I.TMA.V,
Deputy Clerk
__________1/S-lS-M-tt
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREtn QIVEN that
derelcnrd, dealrlns to eitKaice In
bualnea under the fli-trtb'iis name r.f
c\|.i.ri IOHT INN Si Mai Cora-
modore I'laaa, Miami Intends to res-
later wld name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of !ade i lorlda.
IT INN. I
(a Vkt i'>rv i Dwner
OTH
nt
iin s"v* us
1/I-U-U-2S
LESAL NOTICE
in the circuit court of the
eleventh judicial circuit of
florida, in and for dade
county, in Chancery
No. SOC 42
MARIE 1.. CLA11K,
Plaintiff,
a,
AI.I-HI'.T M. CUAI'.K,
Dafendeat.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO ALBERT M CLARK
Reetoence Unknown.
Toil .if hereb) notified that a com-
plaint for dr...I.- h.i- been filed
aicalnat you, sad you .>r. req
aorVe eopj of yoor nnewai or other
H to said complaint on plaln-
ilff'fl attortii i '<> : N. MacDonell,
nl Blaea; m r. illdlns, Miami,
i-ia, ami file the oriaanal In the ofYIca
f tlie clerk of the above court on ol
before the Mil dia] of ..l,uiai
otnerwlae the allesatloni of isM
pktlnl will be taken aa confeaaed b>
you.
I 1 .lanuury ".
K B LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
m Court, Dade County, Florida
(aeal) i'.\. H'll \v stocking,
Depot) Clark
i 1-1
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVfeNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT'OF
FLORIDA. IN ANO FOR DADE
COUNTY ^
No. 59CII861
REAL vai.ii: iiu.mi-.s, inc.
ii Florida orporation.
Platan lft.
I.on.s VOUBL *. MRS
l,oIIS M.HJ.l.
II BERT I.RJ-: KIM! JUSTINE
KINO, hla wife
CENTRAL INSURANCE AUENCT,
IN'" .
ROBERT W Ti.MI'SO.N & MARY
A. TIM I SON, kia wife.
Defendants.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: HUBERT \.V.V. KIX(! a
JUSTINE KINO, hla wife
addreaa unklio" n
PLEASE TAKK NOTICE that there
haa been filed (Id* day in the al>
Styled Conrl by Real Value Hoi
I in- a Complaint to Koiei-loae a Mort-
ajM and Agreement foi Deed on the
follow Inx deai i Ibed Real Property:
I-ota 37. It, the. F:at feet of Lot
S9. all In Block*! of NORTH IIIA-
LEAH HEIGHTH to tlie
Pint thereof 11 ebt li i In I'lat Book
27 at page IS of the Public lie:- is
of Dade COOnty, Florida
Tou are required to pl.-ad or SDP
to aaid Complaint OD or before the 5th
day of February. ItSt l.y flllnK a copy"
of your answer sdth the Clerk of this
Court and ssevlna a cop) of wame up-
on Herman T lli>. attornej for Plain-
tiff, 13j Maderla Avenue, Coral fjebles
.4. Florida otherwise Hie -aJleKaa
of the Complaint will be taken aa con-
fesaed by yon
K It LEATHBAMAN, Clerk.
CircuM Court. Dad.- County, Flbrlda
(seal) By: K M. I.VMAX,
Deputy Clerk
1/8-1S-22-29
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is' 111:1:1:1.1 GIVEN Hint
the underslKiie to eniraye in
bualness under the firtltioua natne "f
t'OLUhTBIA HOTEL at 119 S.E
Avenue. Miami, Fla Intend" to re-
iter snld name with the Clerk f the
Circuit t'ourt of I lade County. Florida.
MOTEL BThTVt ART, Bfc
A Fla. Corp.
LEONARD KAI.ISII
Attorn. > for Applirant
l2S Dui'ont llldg.
I/S-15-Z2-29
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 46*57. B
IN RE Batata of
y hi: 1 r'ERUi'8oN
1 ie..
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
Iiik I'laims or Dsjsnnadt AKalnst Bald
Batata:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any i-laltti.i and de-
mands whieh > ou pan) ii.iw- nssslnsl
the estate of FRED rBRUUaON de
eeased lat- of Pade Coonty, Plofida,
to the County JudeiM of Dade County.
and file the same In their of!
the County Courthouse In Dad< Coun-
ty, Florida, within elxht oalendar
months from the date of the fir-t
publication hereof, or the aame will
be b.iriii
LKVI Moss
Exi eutor
MEN EHSEN
Attoi n. \
I 111 4 BeyboM Ililildlnic
Miami. Florida .
l/*-13-*2-I9
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

GORDON
FUNERAL
HOME
FR 3-3431
FRanklin 9-1436
710 S.W. 12th Avenue
Miami, Fla.
HARRY GORDON
PRESIDENT
IKE GORDON
PgNE*Al 0IRECTQ*
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOP. OA IN ANO FOR DAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 59C 121*3
I'll.WU.i ITTE HDKI.M.VN
COLDUERIS, Plaintiff
MORRIS K Ol ILDBERO,
riant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Ml d'.UIS i ii iLl >UEK<
Wilii.uii Qoldbars
l,. i.anon A.i Du Anertm
n Hawr fc I j -liain n '^Wenuo
Philadelphia. Peons) Ivanla
Tou are hereby notified that a Hill
of Complaint for Dtvoros baa been
tiled atsaiiint yon. and you are re-
qulred to serve a copj of your Answer
or Pteadlns to the Bill of Complaint
on the plaintiff- Attorney, WKINKI.E
A KKShLER. Ml Beybold I'.ulltllna.
Miami IS, plorida and file the <-rlr.-
Inal Answer or I'leadlnit in the o I
of the Clerk of the Circuit Conn on or
before the 12th an] of K.d.i uar\. 1!0.
If vou fail to do so. JuriKiio-nt b\ de.
fault "ill l~- taken ati'ilnat >oii f.>r
the relief demanded In the Bill of
< oniplalnt.
This not lee shall be published onco
eai'h Weee for tour consecutive weeks
in THE n:\visn H.rTftlPAN.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami,
Florida, this 30th dai of Deiember,
\ li its*.
!: B LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dads County. Florida,
(seal) Hy: K M I.V.MAS,
.:.. Clerk.
WEINKLE d KE0SLER
II i s. bold B illdlns
Plorltfn
Attotll.ja foi Plaintiff
1/Vl.-,-::
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR DA IN AND FOR D*OE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No MC 389
LOt'IH HENRY DALEY,
I
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
- HENRY DALEY,
rllnvtlle, Illinois
Yt>U \KI-: III TIFIEP that
a I t i: Ion l< ll-
a JudK-
mi nt li -
In tli.
an l. I of
ipon
:ffs At ii: N.
IfldK.. Ml-
ti the Mh day
A I ISSfJ I the
f aaiil i.etltlon will be
i, i
I- V thl* 1th.
day of Janui
Mai I -
. ml '
of Eel
.M W. Cl,:k.
Circuit Court. Datfr County, Florida
(seal) K M l.YMAN.
Deputy Clerk.
i;i.hK .:: N MacDONELC
Attorn. \ foi 11. fetidaiit
Rae Marie Daley
1/I-I5-2'-?*
WASHihGTON
FEDERAL
Miami Beach


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Friday, January 8, 1860 Page 11-B Miami Editor Conducts Forum Every Sunday A roundtable on current affairs is a weekly torture of the Americana hotel, which regularly attracts tome 150 persons every Sunday night, and meets In the hotel's Panamerican room. The public affairs forum features Hendrik J. Berns. Sunday iditor of The Miami News. Proceedings start at 9 p.m., with a brief introduction of the topic by Bern*. The roundtahle is then open to a "free-for-all" session, diirine which members of the audience are invited to speak up. The program it under the direction of Miss Ruth Bagley, social directress of tho Americana, and it was she who first suggested the forum as part of tho hotel's program. Instituted on mn experimental basis, tre forum has become so popular that it is now a regular Sunday function. Discussion topics include sub1 ke Ike's Trip—Success or i lure?" "The Problems of the \ mg and Those of the Aging." •\Vhit< House 1961." and "What Price Democracy," which win" be discussed on Jan. 3. "From my own experience as u newspaperman and speaker, I know that more and more people are recapturing their interest in public affairs," Berns said. "This forum" gives anyone who wishes the possibility to speak out and exchange ideas. Bias Body Awaits Court's Decision N£ W, VPRK-(JTA),-r,The New tpcdagmajic-pja H i nag e o a t a wi no,pang reqmoemosM for filing of York state Commission Against requests for information about the Saudi Arabian visa applications by Discrimination last week signed a applicant's religion, race, ances-1 job applicants. The AJC spokes.hTi" Zl f g !" eing ,0 take no furtry or similar information and had > man added that the AJC contends L;!._ "1 ,he com P! aint a ains never contained such questions. that in actual' hiring practices,' hiring practices of the Arabian American Oil Company pendfhg a ruling on the issue by the Appellate Division of the New York Supreme Court. At issue is a charge by the American Jewish Congress thnt ARAMCO refuses to hire Jews for either ARAMCO ignores the exceptions. The AJC spokesman said that Mortgage Brokerage Courses Two new classes will open at Mi ami Senior Hitih School in mort gage brokerage procedures. The fir^t class convenes Monday, Jan. 11, and will meet each Monday and Wednesday from 7 to 10 p.m. for 12 weeks. The second class starts Tuesday, Jan. 12, and is scheduled Tuesday and Thursday from 7 to 10 p.m. tor the same 12-week period. Instructor is Charles F. Gardner. Registration is at Miami Senior High weekdays from 4 to 10 p.m. An ARAMCO spokesman said tho company filed notice last October 26. of appeal from Justice Epstein's ruling. Ho said that if tho company's appeal will be scheduled for a hearing during the March session of tho Appelate Division, tho company will file a required brief by Feb. -I. Dade Federal President Predicts Rise Over 'Boom Period' Recorded in 1959 theatre world, Hra. Abraham F. "L !" ^,?; W*lMjr York state chairman of the Women's Division, and MrJohn Shubcrt. the luncheon chairman, all of whom paid warm tribute to Miss Cornell. The year 1959 was a boom period at Dade Federal Savings and Loan .\ of Miami. .And WOO, appears c.r\ rf a continued sharp in thrift and home financing activity despite the tightest home market in years. I Use optimistic statements were made here -by Joseph M. Lipton, Dade Federal president, in reviewthe past year and evaluating the outlook for 1900. Lipton pointed out that Dade Federal's assets increased by IS percent in 1959, reaching an alltime high of $145 million. aid that "many families and individuals continued and even stepped up the savings program.-. Rabbi Stem Off To Conference IL.I>l>i Tibor .Stern, spiritual lead< r of Beth Jacob Congregation, wal appointed honorary delegate t-i the 50th annual convention of the. Religious Zionist Organization of America opening Wednesday in Atlantic City. Kabbi Etern Is past president of the Mizrachi chapter of Kansas t-'ity. Mo., and is a regular contributor to Ohr Hamiirach, official •Mizraohj publication. En route, to the convention, he will stop n Baltimore. Md., to visit the Ner Israel Rabbinical Seminary, and Yeshiva University and Stern College for Women in New York. Rabbi Stern is auothor of the recently published volume. "CornPosition of the Talmud." initiated to offset possible financial ill effects of the 1958 recession." Lipton added that "this ued high level of savings, coupled with ever-increasing repayments 'on [pans previously made, en;. j Dade Federal to meet the vastlyincreased demand for home loans that occurred in the community as the business climate improved." Lipton forecast an excellent business year for 1960, with recovery from the effects of the steel strike to bo relatively slow in the first half of tho year, but picking up momentum afterwards. Personal income should touch new highs, he said, with consumer expenditures expanding accordingly. While housing units would decline a little from 1959-s estimated 1.45 million units, the year would still be one of the bee* postwar building he concluded. He listed the highlights of Dade Federal's 1959 operation as follows: o A net increase in savings of about $16 million, or 14.2 percent, bringing total savings at year's end to $128 million. o A gain of 3,500 or 5 percent in savings account holders, bringing the total to about 68.000 in December. o Record payments of earnings to savers for use of their funds. Dividends totaled $4,300,000 in 1969, 22 percent above the 1958 figure. o A rise of $14 million, or 13.5 percent, in the borne mortgage loan portfolio, increasing the total of qualityfirst mortgage borne loans held by the institution to $117 million at year's end. Asked if there were any Jewish employees in Hie New York office, the spokesman replied ft v Wt£S2 2 ? nd T that the company do., not ask New Y or k Attorney General to file for such information and that he \ !" f a ", (" c %  "VT ? did not know. '*' ha,f of the AJC for ,he A PP el late Division hearing. Mr. Spitz ......-.., iu ,,,nJI-WS mr rimer A spokesman for the American *eid that the stipulation signed domestic or Saudi Arabian employJewish Congress agreed that the by SCAD covered that request. He ment on orders of the Saudi Arabrecord in the hearing before Jus' < gained that it is SCAD's funclan Government. Supreme Court ti rnvt.in inriimirH ,>,„„ „,„,„' t ion to implement court decisions Justice Henry Epstein ruled lasl,te EpM,m *catcd there were am) tha| ^ fhp A Uatc dc July that ARAFCO was not en exceptions "for minor stenographtjslon WfJ madc lho issue wouId titled to a bona fide occupational ic and clerical posts" from a com remain unsettled. exemption from the state's anti— ~" — discrimination laws on employ BIB % %  -* %  .. ment and ordered SCAD to enforce I"!CDreW U. CHCIX HGIIOrS AClTeSS fail ruling. NEW YORK—Katharine Cornell, The proce-ds of the luncheon, 'he noted American actress, n which oral attended by approxiceived the 1890 Woman of the I mutely 600 g ill go to ." Award of tho Women's Dl the establishment of tnc $100,000 "I the American FriiTids oi chair, the Hebrew University at th „,. _. .. enth annual luncheon of the or!" *? "***? *" t • V "V ganization. held at the Wal,. '"' s, r ^ edr c Htn Astoria hotel % ta Snilbprt *o represented the The creation of Henry Spitz. SCAD general counJ£~J £*& tHWJj *£ man ot .omen's I,:v,s,on. and SCAD would not take any action alem as u a nouneed b \ £• until after 20 days following the Lo "'^-( %  ''"be'-3^,. national chair ruling on the anneal man of the Women s Division. The ... ..... niimg on tnc appeal. undertaking was commended by Babbl Lipschltl 10 Speak The ARAMCO spokesman flatly I'hilip M. Klutznick. president of I denied last week to the Jewish, the American Friends of the HeRecently-formed single man and Telegraphic Agency that the cornbrew University, as "an assurance womens b s 'iess and professional pany has ever made a practice of of further cultural inter action be 8 rou P at Monticello Park will hear asking all job applicants to inditween the people of Israel and our-. Rabb Max A. Lipschitz on Sunday cate their religion as a condition selves." 'evening, of employment. He said that under the ARAMCO agreement with Saudi Arabia, an applicant for a job in the company's operations in Saudi Arabia is required to fill out u form provided by Saudi Arabia which does inquire about his religion. He • said application forms Brothers Finally Meet Aboard Israeli Liner Pianist David Lerow. who plays • inner music in the Carillon hotel's Silver Chimes dining room, has not seen his violinist brother, Arosha, since they parted in Lebanon in 1937. Both were born in Odessa, Russia, fled to Constantinople after the revolution, and then moved to Vienna 'n 1929, where they lived until the Anschluss with Nazi Germany. Escaping to Lebanon. David conducted his own orchestra iu Beirut until 1951. when the government began to cast a bloodshot eye at his friendship with American travelers. The authorities picked him up for questioning. The musician bribed his way out of |ail with part of a prize he had won, and staked himself to a new start in Miami Beach with the rest. Arosha chose to settle in Israel, where he became an officer in the army during the War of Liberation. He is now orchestra leader on the SS Jerusalem. Distrust and war between the Arabs and Israel earlier prevented any visiting when one brother was in Beirut and the other in Tel Aviv, even though they were only 150 miles apart. They finally made it recently, when David flew to New York to say "Shalom" to his brother while the SS Jerusalem docked for several days. 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Friday. January 8. 1960 ^JtmisHhtkHon Page 7-B Polish Line Hits Jewish 'Criminals' VIENNA —(JTA)—The leader.chin of Poland's National Union v [ Jewish Cultural Organizations has been sharply attacked in th.> polish^Tiddish ptess fof failing to fight against Jews engaging In various "anti-social, criminal, 1ml moral and unethical acts." The attack appeared in the latest issue of Die Folkshtimme, the Yiddishlanguage newspaper published in Varsaw, copies of which were received here. In a long article written by S. Tepper, it was charged that some individual Jews were "dealing in tombstones" stolen from the Jewish cemetery in Wroclaw; that other_Jews "deal" in public housing in Lfgnicz. Wroclaw, Lodz and Zhardi; and in Lignicz, pupils in "the largest Yiddish-folk school in the country" were engaging in vandalism. "Tha arisen is hoard," MM writer said, "that th cultural organisations cannot do anything about tnoM facts 'bocaus* Jews aro involved.' Th* cultural organizations busy themselves with arranging lectures on general political problems, on literature, and on science. But they neglect to take a stand on the living iss u —i T ei m m u raniza*i.e>i activities are reduced to nothing but curtains hiding the realities." tions bring out in the open the "unhealthy, rnti-social and unsocialistic acts of tha criminal individuals, even if they are Jews." The article reported that, in some of the cities where individuals had been "dealing" in tombstones and public housing, criminal proceedings have been be>un by H i* %  p tWHc~p'rDsecutor. "But that is not enough," .-aid'the wruer. "It is up to the The Folkshtimme writer deleadership of the cultural organimanded that the cultural organtza-zation to expose these elements. statement of condition at close of business december 31st 1Q ^Q assets Cash on Hand and in Banks $ 1,569,180.89 U. S. Government Obligation* 3,000,000.00 Firat Mortgage Loans 2 0,866,622.94 Loans on Savings Accounts 393,722.73 Federal Home Loan Bank Stock ... 900,000.00 Offices, Land, Buildings and Equipment (Net) 962,460.84 Deferred Charges and Other Assets 64,015.28 TOTAL ASSETS $27,166,002.68 liabilities Savings Accounts $21,626,847.30 Advances from Federal Home LoanBank 1,750,000.00 Loans in Process 1,600,882.93 Other Liabilities 407,249.91 General Reserves and Surplus 1,771,022.54 TOTAL LIABILITIES... $27,156,002.68 officers Charles Hertzoff Treasurer W. H. Merrill, Jr. Assistant Secretary David Stuzin President Kenneth R. Kinard A$$i$tant Vice President S. V. Danels Executive Viet President Morton Trilling Assistant Viet President W. Bentley Glass Assistant Vice President Joseph O. Tubb Assistant Treasurer Bert S. Brown, C.P.A. Assistant Treasurer directors Leo J. Adeeb President. Leo Adeeb a) Anociates. Inc. David Stuzin President Citizen* Ftdtral Saving* J. W. Barfield President, Barfield Instrument Corporation S. F. Danels Executive Vice President, Chairman of the Board. City Gas Company C. C. Coensparger Charles Hertzoff Consulting Civil Engineer Partner, David Stuzin and Company* Certified Public Accountant* CITIZENS H FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF.MIALEAM MAIN OFFICE: 400 HIALEAH DRIVE • BRANCH OFFICE: 4696 PALM AVENUE



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iday. January 8. 1960 +Jm>lsti HorkUan Page 11-A \Terrcr Hits Germany's 30,000 Jews B()l*!=-tJTA)-'A IM t l Of %  Btir: in tic incident* marked the end 1958 for the 30,000 Jews of West \i %  i many whose reactions were rimly summarized in the inscripjon on a wreath laid on the de[,ri monument to Nazi victims Cologne: ["The murderers arc still among (Latent anti-Semitism still smoltring in a nation which had been baked in hatred of Jews during |c 12 years of Hitler's dictator lip was apparently sparked by \c Christmas Eve desecration of Cologne synagogue and of the %  mortal a few blocks away. At Brunswick, swastikas were linttd on the Monument to 'ictims of Naxlsrq. The same fiii symbol was found painted park benches in Brunswick. It Gelsenkirchen, the swastika r as found smeared over the faide of a Catholic church. il officials reported here It police at Offenbach were conluiny to search for the anony(u> writer of a threatening letreceived by a Jew, 85 year old be Hamburger. The letter call|iill Jews gangsters, and said aTi is should be executed. The relient lost all of his family in the Izi murder camps. 10NGER Yet SAFER NACIH Won't Upeet The tnom not only ffieee itrtnfr i.i.r roliat (rest eela of hoadatke) at Is aloo —IT. Won't epaet the tomaeh and has ao bed efforts. Tee) to. Anacln to like a doctor's rerrlptlon. That is, Aaaein coatalM kot ]oat OBO bet • oeae H na H ow of ^edleally aroToo, actiro tsarooloata. (ountifle roaoarch kaa preTea M fin ali drug caa five sack strong yet ui relief aa Aaaatoi TaUaia. l"*TW#*Ucr to him said that perI secutiOn of German Jews would start again when Chancellor Aden 1 auer no longer was in power. The | j letter also contended that prof a | nation of a Christian cemetery in { Seligstadt was done by Jews. Otto Meinberg, chairman of the Deutsche Reichs Party, the po-l litical group to which the two men j arrested for the Cologne outrage | belonged, denied implications of ] in'" Nazi-iii in the party's program. "The party," said Meinberg, "is founded on principles of tolerance and right. Whatever anti-Semitic and anti-democratic tendencies exist within the party are due to Cast German, Communist indoctrination." An official of the Christian Democratic Party, however, cellod Meinberg's statement "poor justification." pointing out that the Deutsche Reichs Party is known for "its general rightist trend." Official government consideration of the possibility of banning | the party was declared insufficient by another official, a spokesman for the Social Democratic Party. "It would not be enough to ban: the Deutsche Reichs Party," he said, "because there are many ether groups engaging in antidemocratic activities." He made it clear that he was referring specifically to various youth groups, 1 I so-called "refugee" organizations, | and publishers of fascist literature in various parts of West Germany, j (The London Daily Express re-l 1 ported from Bonn that Chancellor I Ronrad Adenauer, who staked his I | political life on the premise that Nazism and anti-Semitism. are I dead in West Germany, was faci 1 ing a political crisis because of the desecration of the synagogue j at Cologne.) Minister of the Interior Gerhard Schroeder reaffirmed, in a telc\;-ion broadcast here, the Government's determination to press "to the fullest" its probe as to whether the Deutsche Reichs Party can be" banned under the Federal Constitution. Referring to DPR chairman Otto Meinberg's disassociation of tho DPR from the Cologne synagogue dosecration incident. Dr. Schroeder said Meinberg's statement was "n attempt to camouflage the true nature of the perty." Since the two men arrested for the outrage at Cologne were members of the DPR, now officially expelled by the DPR, Dr. Schroeder stated: 'We must investigate the background behind the two young men who were led to commit this horrible deedBut we shall also have to investigate whether we ourselves have failed through negligence." The Ministry of the Interior of North Rhine Westphalia ordered the arrest of several persons belonging to the Cologne chapter. Police meanwhile disclosed that there was evidence the Cologne party leadership knew in advance about the plan to desecrate the newly-rebuilt Cologne synagogue which was dedicated personally last October by Chancellor Konrad Adenauer. As the furore over the incident continued to grow. Wili Richter, chairman of the German Trade Union, demanded in a telegram to Chancellor Adenauer that strong measures be taken against 'rightist elements who seek to revive the criminal Nazi party." 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Ruggiero Ricci in Paganini Concerto; Sevitzky to Conduct Dvorak Symphony The l nivrsity of Miami Symphony Orchestra, with internal.onaIIv known conductor Fab.en Bev tiky on the podium, win i;"''" violinist Ruggiero Rleej HI the seasons fourth concert Sunday and Monday evenings, .Ian. W an. 18 at Miami Beach and Dade County Auditoriums. The program features Ricci playing the Paganini Violin Concerto to D minor and Scvuuky and the orchestra performing Dvorak s Symphony in E minor. No. 5 (from the "New World"). The concert Will open with Verdi's Overture to -In Fona del Dcstino.' A fourt.i work on the program is American composer Edward BurUngame HiU's symphonic poem "Lilac*. Hill, former Dean of Music at Harvard University, has composed many works for voice and DIANE TODD orchestra. An octogenarian now living in Sara.ota, Fl... he composed "Lilacs" : n the early lWs. He has also written two symphonic suites entitled 5tevensoniana," a combination of pcems by Robert Lou.s Stevenson. Ruggiero Ricci. recognize:! al' over tlie world as 'one ot the fore most violinists of tins I'.enorat.on began violin study wifll his fMaW at the age ol Bve A year later h. became a pupil of the great tea. er, Louis Peralnger, and at eign appeared in Us birthplace.of SM pVancisco playing the Mendels BOhn Violin Concerto. M nine Ricci appeared in Car negie Hall, and at 12 toured El ,.„,„, „ter Playing for thousand In rectal and as soloist with a. lhe leading archestraa from Scan Idinavia to South Afrid, and Israe to Australia. Ricci ha been known as one o America's heal violin talents Steadily maturing with eachjidde year as a concert artist He nai 'also made numerous appearance! on radio and television. Among hi recordings are the phenomenally difficult -Twenty Four Caprices of Paganini and violin concertos of Tchaikovskv. M e n d e I s s o hn, Bruch. Beethoven, and Paganini a NOB. 1 and 2. Ricci, called "an undisputed master of the violin," plays a Guarnerius, made in 1734, and once owned by the late Bronislaw Huberman. The instrument is insured for $35,000. Ricci will be making his fourth appearance here with the Univer sity Symphony. In 1942 he per formed the Mendelssohn Concerto. in 1949 Paganini. and at a summer Pops Concert in 1954. Henri Vieux temps' Concerto in D minor. fair end Sunset Theaters. ftrlene Francis Coming to Grove 'My Fair Lady' to Bow in tor Three Weeks at Miami Beach Auditorium Michael Evans and Diane Todd v.ill be seen in the leading roles of "My Fair Lady." which arrives at the Miami Beach Auditorium on Thursday night, Feb. 2. for a threeweek engagement The book and lyrics of "My Fair Lady" were written by Alan .lay Lerner, and the music was com posed by Frederick I.oewe The production was staged by Moss Hart and designed by Oliver Smith. Robert Russell Bennett and Phil Lang have made the musical arrangements, and the orchestra is conducted by Anton Coppola. Now, in the National Company ot "My Fair Lady" playing the vole of Eliza, is Diane Todd. Only 21 years oid. Miss Todd haalready spent 18 years in the English iTieatre. In her most recent engagement before coming to America, she played the part of Mar-man in "Kismet." Henry Higgins is the central fig ure in the play and is portrayed by Michael Evans. Diane Ti*id is seen in the leading feminine role of Eliza Doolittle. Her father ir the play. Alfred P. Doolittle. it portrayed by Charles Victor, and Hugh Dempster is seen in the role of Colonel Pickering. Others in the cast include Margaret Bannerman as Mrs. Higgins, Marie Paxton as Mrs. Eynsford-HilL Held Shelton as her son Freddy. Eric Brother son. Charles Penman, Velma Hoy ton and Katharine llynes. Also featured is a large company of sing ers and dancers. The score contains many memo rablc songs, including -Why Can 1 the English?*' "Wouldn't it be Loverly," "With a Little Bit of Luck," "I Could Have Danced All Night." "On the Street Where You Live." 'Cet Me to the Church on Time." ard "I've Grown Accustomed to Her Face." The Dennis King, isobel Elsom nd Irene Castle starrer. "Come to ie Dance," playing to capacity oliday crowds at Coconut Grove Mavhouse. is in its second and !nal week through Sunday. Writen by Nellise Child, the omedy is co produced by George .. Lngle and Owen Phillips. Philps is directing the pretour prouction which also stars Teddy lart. Eli Mintz. Dorothy Konrad. "ommie Baxter, Laurence Watson ,nd Don Gantry. Opening for a special two-week engagement at Coconut Grove Playhouse on Tuesday, Jan. It, will be Miss Arlene Francis in "Tonight at 8:30," by Noel Coward. She will play through Saturday, Jan. 23, with Sunday evenings off for her "What's My Line" TV commitment. "Tonight at 8:30," a series of hort plays, was first presented on lroadway in 1936. starring Cow ,rd, himself, and actress Gertrude .awrence. Nine plays were preented in three acts. The Coconut Grove presentation %  ill include two of the more popular selections, land "Still laie." Friday. Januar y 8, I960 Russian Art Film To Open Jan. 15 Russia on the home front and Russia on the battlefield are two newsworthy aspects of "The Cranes are Flying," Soviet motion picture coming to the Mayfair and Sunset Theatres on Jan. 15. ""The Mosfilm Studios*T^oduction is the romantic and dramatic story ol two young Russian lovers during the war-torn '40s. The film. .-tarring Tatyana Samoilova and Alcxei Batalov, is being distributed by Warner Bros, at the request of the U. S. Department of State in connection with its Cultural Exchanges Agreement of 1958 with the Soviet Union. Tatyana Saenotlova is the grandniece of Stanislavsky, possibly the most famous of Russian drama coaches and author Of "method" ..(ting. Miss Samoilova is 24, and comes from a family dedicated to acting. In "The Cranes are Flying." Miss Samoilova plays the sweetheart of a young Muscovite who leaves her as he goes to the front during World War II. Heralded as the greatest EfJMian film-production since the famous •Potemkin" of 33 years ago, "The Cranes are Flying" will soon be seen by American audiences. The romantic wartime drama was awarded the Grand Prix at the 11th annual Cannes Film Festival. ••Potemkin." an Amkino production for the USSR, was directed by S. M. Eisenstein, whose successor as the leading Soviet film director is M. Kalatozov, director of "The Cranes are Flying." In addition to Miss Samoilova, the cast of the new Soviet picture is headed by Alexel Batalov a young graduate of the Moscow Art Theatre. Others in the production, which was cad iB New York, include James Mitchell, Mary Cooper, who [was at the Grove in "Babes in I Arms" last season, A. J. Herbert. Laurinda Barrett. Nancy Devlin land Terry Green. "Red Peppers' is the story of a married song anddance team whose off-stage antics are even imore hilarious than their on-etage numbers. Miss Francis will have the opportunity to do a few songs and dances with Mitchell. "Still Life" tells of a woman and ~ ~ her love for a young doctor she has Cord Party WMIIf SOOy met while on a shopping trip to London, and of their clande stin e meetings, which eventually must come to an end. Card party and social evening will be held by Tifereth Israel Sisterhood at the Center, 6600 N. Miami ave., Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. QP TMI woe SOB THI INFOKMALS INVITATIONS CALLING CAIOS ANNOUNCtMlNTS THANKYOU" NOUS KKSONAL STATIONS*? Our wtMint consultant will display a complf tf srtectKHi in trie comfort ol your home. Mten* FRonJcIni 3-4634 w rtrir/if (y Concurrent One-Man Shows The Miami Beaen Art Center, 2100 Collins ave. icurrenth pre senting four one-man shows which include watercolors, oils, sculpture and photographs. The exhibits in open to the public on Jan. 11, and (will remain on view through Jan. 27. Eliot OTIara. famous throughout the country for his fine watercolors, has contributed a collection ni paintings made during a recently-concluded European tour to gether with others of the Amen can scene. Contributing to the oil section. Maxlne Shattuck, of Miami, is showing a group of selected paintll gl executed in the distinctively j individual style which has won : recognition here and elsewhere Equally teatured. Donald Rich jard Miller, well-known New York sculptor, is introduced by his in itial showing in the Miami area. Representative of his latest work. I Miller hachosen a section of 12 pieces for entry at the Art Center. The photographic exhibit bringtogether the work of Klara Parkas !of Miami, whose camera approch has established her among the few j women who have directed their talents toward this medium in i America. Submarine skipper Cary Grant listens to the grandiose postwar plans of his incorrigible junior officer, Tony Curtis, in this scene from "Operation Petticoat," now in its second week at the Carib, Miami and Miracle Theaters. ATTENTION APARTMENTS, HOTELS and MOTELS We buy and sell all kinds of furnishings, kitchen equipment, electric appliances, etc. "If We Don't Have It, They Never Made HT ALL-STATE SALVAGE, INC. "We Buy Anything" 2220 N.E. 2nd Ave. Miami FR 7-4106 116 N f. 6ft Stuet. Mian, flood* New Jewish Center forming South Dade Jewish Center announces its first meeting of the year Wednesday, 8:30 p m at the South Miami Height. Shopping Center Arcade Thi, newly-formed organization is being advised by members of the board of TemoU Zion of West Miami THE McCUNE COMPANY APPRAISERS • COUNSELORS ADRIAN McCUNf MA. %  MARION C McCUNE M A I 15! M.I. THIRD STREET MIAMI



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Page 6-A ^ %  = Civil Rights Status Quo Criticized V,f •* .. A.. .inn of voting will become NEW YORK-The two-year extension of the life of the Federal Commission on Civil R'8 hts Q w Q a s the "solitary advance in 1959 -highlv disappointing record of Congressional action on civil rights the Anti-Defamation League of Bnai Brith said Wednesday. In making public the Leagues year-end review of the national 'civil rights picture. Henry Edward Schultz. national chairman, saia that members of both parties must •share responsibility for Congress' failure to take acutelyreeded action." The League's report was prepared by Herman Edelsberg, director, and David A. Brody. counsel, of ADL's Washington office. "At the end of the first session of the 86th Congress, a pathetically weak one-point bill was still being held in the Judiciary Committee," the report stated. "In the House, a much watered-down adnvnistration bill was pigeonholed in the Rules Committee." Schultz warned that problems in the fields of education, voting, housing, and employment are "SO pressing that they require congressional remedies as early as possible in 1960. They cannot wait for the national party conventions in the summer to be embalmed in partv platforms." The report cited the following as principal factors for the "disappointing" record of Congress: • Failure of the Administration to show the same interest and leadership in civil rights measures as it had showed in fighting for passage of the labor rackets bill. • Revival of the conservative Republican and Southern Democratic Party coalition, which exchanged votes needed for civil rights measures for those required to pass the labor bill and for economies in appropriations. • Lack of grass-roots pressure in support of civil rights legislation. • The influence of two key committees and their chairmen, both staunch opponents of civil rights legislation —Sen. James Eastland of Mississippi, head of the Judiciary Committee, and Howard Smith, of Virginia, head of the House Rulese Committee. • The Senate's failure in January. 1959 to adopt an effective cloture rule to curb "talkathons"' which continue to hang threateningly over civil rights legislation. Edelsberg and Brody in the report said that "nothing on the civil rights scene is more disheartening than to see Northern leaders in Congress and the administration dismiss as politically unrealistic proposals that have been accepted and recommended by Southerners—men d i s t i n • guished by their accomplishments and their devotion to Southern traditions—who served on the Civil Rights Commission." These proposals included technical and conciliation aids to promote compliance with the Supreme Court decision on public school desegregation, federal registrars to protect the Negro right to vote, and a comprehensive Federal housing program. The report sail that the second session of the 86th Congress can enact meaningful civil nqhts measures that are also "politically realistic." "Congress can help to reduce the agitation against public school desegregation by a declaration of Congressional policy calling for United Fund Sabbath Sen. Harry P. Cain, president of the United Fund of Dade County, will be guest speaker at Friday evening services of Temple EmanuEl. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will .officiate at the special United Fund Sabbath service, with Cantor Israel Reich rendering the musical portions of the liturgy. respect for the Supreme Court decision and the preservation of the public school system. It can provide financial and technical assistance to schools that wish to desegregate; it can strengthen tnt right-to-vote laws, so that obstrucIn^dynam.t.ngs by hate groups. Even further, it should give the United States Attorney C-enenW unending debate v. %  .gaiml passage *£ ci^ngrdsjegFriday, January 8, i960 illation," particularly in a pred.1 dential election year. The League said that the oppoa. cnts in Congreaa of civil rights l*g. lslation "hsw ben detenu**] and resourceful," and the leaden in the Senate and House will hive to be equally determined and re. sourceful if any effective civil rights measures are to be passed in I960. Orah Chapter to Meet Orah chapter of Mizrachi Women's Organization will meet Monday, 8 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Anna Bloch, 1643 SW 7th st. A Report on OUR YEAR OF GREATEST GROWTH in ,,,nway, 1939 wa, a year ofirmmJhm progress for Washington Federal. Our increase %  in Za auem mi mortgage I mm nrtnaUy double that of any P^ym, and our sminas increase far exceeded last year's record gain. I e hnou ^sjvas hieved onlv Z the loyal,upport of the more than 25,000 member, of our U ashmgton 1 ederul family. On behalf of our director,, officer, and aff, '<• "' "' ''">* all of you for this wonderful expression of confident*. BOARD OF DIRECTORS JACK D. CORDON Aiiiiu i! ir coi RsnoN ( Ka.rmuim >•/ lb* tUmrd SfoUmsntcf'&mdtfkm AITHUI H COUISHOI JIUI.COUISKM MiiTON M. ctmoi III CI11EI .... DECEMBER 31, 1959 Cash on Hand and in Banks ... .„, S 1.389.002.64 U.S. Government Securities 6.689.387.52 U.S. Government Agency Securities .... 1 .031.' Total Cash and U.S. Govt. Securities First Mortgage Loans Other Loans %  .-.. Federal Home Loan Bank Stock Land. Building Improvements and Equipment — Net Deferred Charges and Other Assets •• Total Assets oLiabllilicS anil r\ i:\rrrrS Savings Accounts -. Loans in Process ^ Advances — Federal Home Loan Bank Other Liabilities „ Surplus and Reserves m Total Liabilities and Reserves ., S 9.109.702.15 43.302.701.62 84.126.78 445.000.00 859.660.49 212.942.73 S54.014.133.77 $46,263,076.98 3.264.935.29 2.000.000.OO 141,424.01 2.344.697.49 S54.014,133.77 JtU D GOIDOK CE0IGE HIISCH CUIIOI nrrtt 4 0/ CIMW #0 ANNUAL DIVIDEND Compounded itmi-onnuolly WASHINpNj FEDERAL SAVIN^SgNO lOAN'ASSOCIATION MIAMI BEACH THREE CONVENIENT OFFICES TO Accowtj opened or added to through January 11th earn dividend* for the n"• month of January. SERVE YOU MPT MERIDIAN AVENUE AT 17th ST. 1244 WASHINGTON AVE. 1133 NORMANDY DRIVE



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_ _D~~~ Page 10-B 9-Jewlstncrktinn Friday, January 8, I960 J^r'Jcs-to-Jjc Starry-Eyed Trudy Gertler Brings Her Fine Talent to Dramatic Role in 'Dino' When "Dino." the drama of JUV|M Trudy is devoting every m Shirley." As When -nino, me ....,... -.-h art „, "swrrej. • ,nile delinquency. prenuerosMong^ Snirlcy ,disCOY ay at Ruth ForemanS StUdIO P>no. ^^ York ( t|p !t y Jcitrrrd'in'thc feminine lead ered in the £jRE*fuLl 111 be Tru, le where the rebellious Dmo is brought to fe attention of >• Gertler. „,, uorkl r It .s here that he The daughter of Judge and Mr%  %  ( vl m whlcn har.es Gertler. of 1590 Bay dr.. meets jwjj^ ^ ^ a world which he had totally uni member of Ruth Foreman Since her very first days on ~tage. the starry-eyed miss has made her goal the part of Anne in The Diary of Anne Frank." Meanwhile, until that day ar Gershwin Lodge Installs Officers from MISS mm t amat Joint Meeting At Aqudath Israel Joint meeting of the Sisterhood and Men's Club of Agudath Israel Miami Beach. Trudy is the first leknoWtedge her dedication as an tag Mm to actress. Currently attending the hitherto Dauaven Hebrew Academy Trudy ha. been "j !" porf ormanee will be an P ( f the work done at the workshop, Concurrently with the opening of %  •Dino." which will run for three weei3l Mrs. Foreman is once again Inviting admission to her Apprentice Theatre Work-hop. Individual sessions for juniors, teeniicrrs and adults begin at both Studio "M" and at the Pied Piper Playhouse, 762 Arthur Godfrey rd. On the Beach, teen-agers meet from 10 to noon, Saturdays, with Annual installation of officers of junlors agc 6 l0 12, meeting week „.... the George Gershwin Lod^M days after school, from 3:30 to 5:30 Hebrew Institute will be held on Knights of Pythias, will be held • Adu|ts moe at S(ud i 0 M" Wednesday evening, according to Sunday evening at the Roney, Mond ay cvcnmgs f rom 8 to 10 p.m. Mrs F.sther Lerman and Herman Plaza hotel. Installing officer will \ Rceistra ,j on c i oscs at the end of Weintraub, presidents, be Adolph A. Rachline, grand V1C0 January. Rabbi Isaac Ever wiU ** guest chancellor of the Grand Lodge ofj i speak'er at a question and answer Florida. _. ,. ._ %  ^ Iperiod, and will analyze the prin•oScer-nnd trustees .0 be inWOrtmeil S £11X10 ciples of Judaism staled are Louis B. Hoberman. r 0ncer Schedll fe Th < ^^'"^'^H M^Huh chancellor commander; William WOTCeri JVI,CU,,,V for the S.sterhood and Men s Club Goldwurm vice chancellor; Mar Workmen's Circle will present forma ins(a |iation banquet at the eonTeception at the Algiers hotel! shall Ruff.'prelate; William Reim; "s nnual concert S !" £y evemn* Fontaincblcau ho e l Feb. 14. on Dec. 26. which the Kaplans held er. master of arms; Harry Ellen. Jan. 17. at Miami Beach H.gn in honor of the Bas Mitzvah of master of works; Irving Weinstein. ^ct Senior High School, their youngest daughter. Laura treasurer; Ben Chasm, inner honor student. Sue. and a series of parties for the guard; Paul Pincus, outer guard; She attended Connecticut College engaged couple followed during Max Grossman, secretary; Al Zufor Women and is now at Adelphia the ensuing week, crowned by a ker. grand lodge representative. College in Garden City. Long Islluncheon tendered by Miss Kapj Trustees named are Mack Brown.; a n d N Y lan's aunt. Mrs. Ben Adler, at the ] Milton Hurwitz, and Herman YaArilmui'u MISS BBTH KAPLAN Pllktnstoo MISS LOIS MIDLAND Miss Kaplan Eyes Aug. 6 Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan. 3630 Flamingo dr., Miami Beach, announced the engagement of their daughter. Beth, to Stewart Wald, sen of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Wald. of Brooklyn. N. Y. Miss Kaplan graduated from Miami Beach where she was an school. He is a member of Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity. Surprise announcement of the engagement was made at a lunch Mr. Wald graduated from Tufts Carillon on Dec. 29. College, and is now a student at; The wedding will take place in New York University medical New York on Aug. 6. Lois Friedland, Joseph Brenner Miss Lois Friedland and Joseph the University of Miami, where M. Brenner are planning to be she received a Master's degree in married in the summer. music in 1959. She is presently on The bride-elect is the daughter the staff of the university's voice of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Frieddepartment, land, 1505 Zoreta, Coral Gables. The groom to-be is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Brenner. 1536 Robbia, Coral Gables. and li with the Federal Enamel Miss Friedland is a graduate of and Stamping Company. Mr. Brenner received his degree from the University of Missouri. ger. Hoberman. a resident here since 1945. is also president of the Dade, chapter. American Jewish Congress, president of the Surfside Music Society, vice president of the Surfside Civic Assn., vice pres-, ident of the Miami Beach Music and Arts League, vice president of the Democratic Club of Miami Beach, board of governors. Jewish Federation of Greater Miami. Listen to This." a play based on the life and works of Sholem Aleichem by Ben Fenster. with music by Vladimir Heifetz. is scheduled. Director is Israel Welichanky. and the cast features Minna Bern. Zisha Gold, Chayele Luxemburg. Pola Kadison, and Welichansky. In charge of reservations is Mrs. Harry Schulliver. 1018 Meridian ave., Miami Beach. ARISTOCRATIC m§> Dr. Williams to Speak Weekly luncheon meeting of Miami Beach Lodge. B'nai B'rith,; will be held on Tuesday noon at j the DiLido hotel. Chairman is GerLast month he was included shon Miller. Guest speaker will be' among the top six men nominated Dr. H. Franklin Williams, vice as Dade county's "Outstanding president of the University of MiCitizens for 1959." ami. ORT Chapter Will Hear Surgeon Afternoon chapter of Women's County Post-Graduate school of American ORT will hold a lunch-' medicine and senior attending sureon meeting at the Seville hotel geon at Cook County Hospital, Chion Wednesday noon. cago, 111. •'The Cancer Riddle" will be the H e is now assistant clinical prosubject of guest speaker Dr. Jacob' f ess or of surgery at the University A. Glassman, surgeon, lecturer. 0 f Miami medical school, and is r ^^^V ^^H ^^^ ^^ !" ^^w KOSHER ZI0M m% *m uef tmrns and author. Dr. Glassman was former professor of surgery at the Cook TETLEY TEA A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 on the surgical staffs of Jackson Memorial, Mercy, St. Francis, and Mt. Sinai Hospitals. Dr. Glassman is a Diplomate of the American Board of Surgery. Yes, there's Yom Tor spirit in this fine tea.. ."flavor crushed" for fullest strength and stimulation ... richer taste and pleasure with your fleishigs and tnilchigs and between meal refreshment... Poale Zion Branch Function Chaim Greenberg Branch of' Poale Zion will hold its annual celebration Monday evening at the, Seville hotel. Dr. Nathaniel Soroff, of the Bureau of Jewish Education, is chairman of the evening, which will include a guest speaker. Ben Yomen will conduct a musical program To be installed officers arc Dr. Simon Wilensky, president; Solo-, mon Halperin, David Freedman and Mrs. Nathaniel Soroff, vice presidents; L. 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Students participating in the program covered the piano literature from Bach to Khatchaturian I Participants included Mindy Tur MT, Donald Kates, Susan Lamb Michael Gair, Robin Olin, Freddy Herman, and Karen Batchellor. In Miami it's in imam, its FLORIDA-FOREMOST DAIRIES for Home Delivery Phone FR 4-2621 Tha great nimi in dairy product, FRANK J. HOLT, Man.*., Four healthy portions 11 •ach full 16-ounre jor de lu rrul cioos! You'll also enjoy regular HorowitzMargarets* Gefllte Fish ... In jumbo or snack-size < portions... with clear or jelled sauce...tops in taste! the bakers> %  M Tit TASTE". Kosher fooda of f lASTrl Dda I %  %  .li. as I



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January -Jewish fk^Hltr Page 3-A Call for Hard-Hitting' Jewish Press in U.S. Bureau of Jewish Education assistant director Herbert Berger (left) awards Israel-made menorah as a trophy to David Horowitz, captain of the Temple Sinai of Hollywood basketball team, winner of a three-day Chanuka tournament sponsored by the Bureau. Herbert Harari, Temple education director, looks on. In addition to Temple Sinai, the six North DadeBroward religious schools participating were Dade Heights, Morrttcello South, Monticello North. Beth Emeth Congregation and Hollvwood Beth Sholem. Harari and Abraham Gittelson, Monticelfo education director, co-chaired the event. CHICAGO-(JTA)-P h i I i p M. Jews who are free of organizationgree of accuracy which it does obKltitznick. former president of al ties and who may be prepared tain." B nai B'rith, urged this week the to risk some capital to explore creation of a 'hard-hitting capable, this problem." American Jewish press" to provide .Jn the next decade, h awtfte, American Jewry repotting *o_Amt'rican Jewicb ife. In a guest editorial in the Sentinel, Chicago English-Jewish weekly, he urged Jewish publishers to meet with "15 or 20 American Nasser Snubs Dag Continued from Page 1 A and Yoeef Tekoah, th. Israeli representatives. The conference was preliminary to Dr. Bunche's departure for Africa. Dr. Bunche will visit Cairo on Saturday. Later, on Jan. 21, he will be there again, in the company of Mr. Hammarskjold. The Suez situation is on the agenda for discussion in Cairo both between Dr. Bunche and the Cairo Foreign Ministry and between Hammarskjold and Nasser later in January. would %  elid information if it is to rise to its full stature." He added that "the meat important vehicle to achieve this end is the Anflo-Jewish press whose capacity and ability should be •quaI to this greet challenge. We do not have such a press teday." He praised the worldwide news gathering service of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, but he addea that the emphasis and space of the JTA was primarily devoted to overseas and especially Israel. It serves but a minor purpose in drawing out and circulating domestic items of interest." Publisher to Speak T*IO o-n.i D-.i.i. I„.J-_ ._ J' Fred K Shochet, publisher of The B nai B nth leader asserted ~„ ,„„ 4 „u —_ .JTZL *;.,,, u = &f tk. f,-iu, Vu, Z Th" Jewish Floridian, will be guest that the faculties available to thei t .. c speaker at a noon Inncheon meeting Friday of Sholem Lodge of English-Jewish press to gather! news "are so woefully inadequateI H'nai as to render miraculous the de-! hotel. B'rith in the Robert Clay HYPNOTISM AMD SELF-HYPNOSIS lllntM of the mind and body miraculously reeponoa to Hypnotherapy. Alae combata bad habits; Smoking; Drinking; Insomnia; Femala Diaordora: Complexes; Narvoua Tanalon; Lack, of Confidence; Overweight: Impoteney; Allerglea: Etc. 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Friday. January 8. 1960 M ARRIAGE COUNSELOR /y Samuel CfV cshrintf ** NATIONALLY FAMOUS MARRIAGE COUNSELOR AND AUTHOR Every man comes to marriage expecting certain things from his wife. And so does every woman, for that matter. „ What a man expects is conditioned, first of all, by the relationship he had with his mother. If the mother was wise and understanding, affectionate and loving, the boy will grow up with the expectation that other females will be equally warm and affectionate and will invariably seek out women, in later life who will fulfill the image formed in the first few years of his life. Such a youngster usually finds happiness in marriage. If on the other hand, the child had a cold, rejecting mother, the bdy may well grow up with the feeling that all women are like his mother and may have grave difficulties in making adjustments to his wife. He may even unconsciously choose a woman in later life who is equally frigid and forbidding, or he may never marry at a". since nc identifies all women with the unpleasant image he has of his mother. Nevertheless, all more or less normal husbands have a right to expect certain things from their wives. One is companionship. Tragic Sense of Loneliness No man, said John Donne, is an island unto himself. Above all animals, man is most plagued by his tragic sense of loneliness, the only one acutely aware of his inevitable death. That is why man has herded together in groups, clubs and organizations. And that is why he is often propelled into marriage when pure self-interest might decree otherwise. A man thus needs a companion to accompany him on life's journey in order to make that journey less painful and less tragic. He needs someone with whom he can exchange ideas, who will give him the feeling that he does not walk alone when the burdens of life become distressing or overwhelming. A man also has a right to expect that his wife will give him a feeling of emotional security, that fhe will make him feel wanted and important. All boys come into the world feeling weak, puny and Helpless. All suffer from feelings of inferiority, intcurity and inadequacy. To help each man overfeme these feelings, to boost his ego. to make him feel he is the most important person alive, is probably the most valuable contribution any woman can make to her husband's happiness. A wife who is either unaware or unable to communicate this feeling is only half a wife, no matter how physically or mentally attractive she may be. Man's Personality Needs A husband has a right to expect sexual satisfaction from his wife. Since in our society sex is closely associated with a man's sense of self-esteem, it is important that a wife give of herself as often as she is needed. This doesn't mean a husband should be a glutton when it comes to his marital rights. It does mean that a wife should understand and respect the biological fact that a man's urge is normally much more insistent than a woman's and thus requires more gratification. A husband has a right to expect that his wife will be a good mother. This means that she wffl { welcome children as an important part of her lite and that of her husband's. More than that it means that she will give her youngsters the warmth, aftee tion. love and understanding that every child needs. if it is not to grow up an emotional cripple. But she must not neglect her husband merely | because she has children. She may even find I necessary, when youngsters come, to shower hoi husband with love so that he does not feel insecure or rejected. For the truth is that when a child is born the mother has two youngsters-the baby and her husband. For men-no matter how grown up or distinguished-are often emotional babies and need to be treated as such. Like children, they need to be cuddled and caressed, soothed and solaced, if thev are to function properly, and it is the wise wife, indeed, who understands this quirk in man s personalitv needs. A husband has the right to expect that his wife will take care of his creature comforts. This means that she will see that he gets his meals on time and that the food is prepared and served as well as possible. It means also that she will see that his | shirts are properly laundered, his suits cleaned and pressed, and that he is relieved of many of the irkj some chores which irritate and disturb him. A husband has the right to expect that his wife will be loyal, placing his interests above anyone else's, including those of her parents. I mean. too. that .she will be a faithful ally with whom he can share his burdens, that she will not nag or de-er: him when the going gets a bit rough, and that she will DO) be highly critical of him in public or deliberate I) take an opposite view in order to discredit or humiliate him. No Time for Reform A husband has the right to expect that hi< wifc will I ,> inti r< stad in his physical health, as well as in bis emotional well being. She will we that he goes to the dentist regularly ami that he gets thorough, periodic physical check-ups. She will avoid nag and scolding, especially about trifles. And she will cooperate with the physician if her husband is on a diet by seeing that he gets the proper foods in the right proportions. A hushand, finally,-has a right to expect that his wife will accept him for what he is. instead of constantly trying to remold him in someone else's image. Changing personality is one of the most difficult of all undertakings, as any counselor can testify. For a wife to attempt to do so is usually nowise and futile. The time for reform is before marriage, not afterwards. Learning to accept a man's total personality, with all its virtues and defects, is a sure sign that the wife has come at last to grips With reality. Such are some of the things a husband has a right to expect of his wife. Next week. I shall discuss what a wife has a right to expect from her husband. Mr. giina is available for private marriage counseling of the Huntington Medical blag., in Miami Einstein Group The American Jewish Committee has named Mrs. Caroline K. Simon, New York Secretary of State, chairman of its committee on Jewish communal affairs. Mrs. Simon, a former vice president of the Committee, was one of the original members of the New York State Commission Against Discrimination and the first woman in New York City nominated for a citywide office by a major party. Plans Meetings Next membership meeting of the Albert Einstein group of Hed&uah will take plrft on Monday Jfio at the \ oy.ier' 1 jDotel. Vh the prografrr*win De a fJrerlT uny presented by the Eastern Airlines flight committee. On Wednesday, 8 p.m., Albert Einstein group will -conduct a took Croup meeting at the home of Mrs. Sy Baron, 974 NE 145tk st., N. Miami. Mrs. Baron will review the current best seller, "New Face in the Mirror." by Yael Davan, and a discussion period win follow. NVxt meeting of the Study-Discussion Group will be Wednesday rwning. Jan. 20, at the home Of Mrs Edward Minsky, 1501 NE 173rd st., N. Miami Beach. Mrs. Minskv will review Milton Steinbergs' The Making of the Modern Jew." In charge of information are Mrs. Alvin Atlass and Mrs. Baron. Dance for Singles Sunday Miami Beach Benevolent Hall, Alton rd. and 9th st., will be the scene of the next daace givep.by the Sociables of Greater Miami. Date is Sunday evening. L'nmaxried. permanent resident* itclweejl 21 and 41 are invited. COCONUT GROVE PLAYHOUSE and the SOCIETY OF THEATRE ARTS, Inc. EVES. EX. MON.: 8:30 SUNDAYS: 7:30 p.m. 3500 MAIN HIGHWAY MATS.. WI0. I SAT. 130 Ma. iM a GEORGE S. ENGLE and OWEN PHILLIPS Present A WORLD PREMIERE NOW THRU JAN. 10 DENNIS ISOBEL KING ELSOM "COME TO THE DANCE" A Comady by NELLISE CHILD with Gu*tt Star IRENE CASTLE Directed by Owan Phillip* n Bz A *ati= qo SEABOARD ^11 NORTH! aV Obtain and use your convenient RAIL TRAVEL CREDIT CARD. GOING NORTH? Make sure it's a pleasure trip-carefree, -* comfortable-and smart! Step aboard our Silver Meteor or Silver Star and relax in spacious lounge and tavern cars as well as in your own reserved Pullman or Coach %  accommodation... enjoy choosing your own meals and mealtime. Taking the eftiJdrenf-they'll soon make friends with the Registered Nurse. The afternoon "Hospitality Hour" ia a pleasant treat for all. And your ticket includes a most generous luggage allowance! tlay we reserve an automobile for you at your Northern destination! FOR PULLMAN N0 0C LUXE COACN RESERVATIONS TO NEW YORK. WASHINGTON, PHILADELPHIA AND 0TNER NORTHERN CITIES — Please phone FRanklln 1-6611 or call In personi 173 E. Flagler St., 2206 N.W. 7th Ave.. Miami: 1553 Washington Ave., Miami Beach; 1240 S.E. Eleventh Ave., Hialeah; West Hollywood tT.vd., Hollywood. W. J. FICHT, G.P.A. THE ROUTE OF Auxiliary Show To be Repeated 'Gay Nineties" show presented by the Greater Miami Women'! ; Auxiliary. Jewish Home (or the Aged, last week will be repeated for residents of the Home on Jan. 13 at Douglas Garderiv Some 500 persons saw the Dec. 29 event at the Algiers hotel, which featured Mrs. Ben Rakoff and tin Mas Yokell as soloists, with ; Bibor Stern at the piano and Mrs. A. Henry Kauffman as master of ceremonies. Mr-. Baron de Hirsch lleyet acted the role of Lillian Russell. I Mrs. Sol Silverman presided. YOUR MONEY'S WORTH %  %  %  • n 1 1 • %  1 X JANUARY 12-23 ARLENE FRANCIS in "TONIGHT AT 8:30" by NOEL COWARD For this particular show, no performances Sunday, Jan. 17 or 24. Monday, Jan. 18 at 8:30 p.m. PLAYHOUSE RESTAURANT AND COCKTAIL LOUNGE LUNCHEONS • DINNERS • SUPPERS • COCKTAHS NEED ROOFING? Specializing in Re-Roefina BENTONf ROOFING COMPANY "YOU'VE TRIED THE REST, NOW TRY THE BEST' "MNNY CUREUA" 4045 S.W. 113th Court p hone CA 1-6136 WASHINGTON FEDERAL Miami Beach Fossetfs Prescription Pharmacy Huntington Medical Bulldint 168 S.E. 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'"•Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH Until and THE JEWISH WEEKIT Volume 34 — Number 2 Miami, Florida, Friday, January 8, 1960 Two Sections — Price 20* Swastika Returns to Smear World Jewry; Adenauer Vows Swift Justice for Culprits New Years Weekend Sees Spread of Hate NEW YORK——The swastika, symbol of Nazism, burst out all over the Western world map last weekend—being publicly smeared in New York, daubed in London, appearing in Israel, showing its face in many cities in Germany, stealthily manifesting itself in Paris, Brussels, Stockholm and Oslo. &f In New Yerfc, Tempi* EmanuEl, on* of the largest Reform Golda Views Suez Fracas; Off to Africa JERUSALEM—(JTA) — Foreign Minister Golda Meir conferred this week with United States Ambassador Ogden R. Raid and, separately, with Canadian Ambassador Margaret M/agher. The conferr ences are believed to have been related to the detention by the United Arab Republic of the Greek freighter Astypalea, which has been hold at Port Said since Dec. 17. The ship had been halted by Egyptian authorities who insisted on removing from the vessel a cargo of cement purchased by French Somaliland consignees in Haifa. It was understood that, in her conference with Ambassador Rtid, Mrs. Meir also brought up Israel's long-pending request for a loan from the United States to Continued on Page 13-A synagogues in the United States, was daubed with a two-foot high swastika, police reported here. Rabbi Julius Mark, senior rabbi of the Temple, said the desecration was the first in the history of the house of worship. The Nazi emblem was daubed on the outer auditorium wall of the synagogue, which is located on Manhattan's swank Fifth ave. Rabbi Mark said he did not believe the vandalism was the work of an organized group. He ascribed it to the "chain reaction" started by the Christinas eve desecration of the -recently dedicated Bynague at Cologne, Germany. Rabbi Mark said he felt it was unfortunate that the incidents were receiving such widespread publicity, and predicted that more such vandalism should not be publicized until after the culprits had been caught. Detectives from the East Side Manhattan Bureau examined the swastika and the scene before they removed the Nazi emblem. The Bureau declined comment on whether any clues to the vandals were found, and said the investigation would be continued. In Newark, N. J., Simon FisContinued on Pege 9-A KONRA0 AMMAUiK aeapy MrtMey German Chancellor Declares Anti-Semitism is Discredit To Bonn Reputation Abroad CfNTM Of HTfEMfSM fACt 9 A TMtOUM HHt 30,000 JEWS PACf II* JTA—By Direct Teletype Wire BONN—Dr. Konrad Adenauer, West German Chancellor, promised Tuesday that "everything will be done to bring the anti-Semites to justice." He emphasized that "we are not willing to allow this problem to destroy our reputation abroad." The Chancellor's pledge Israel Warns Against Loathesome Resurgence of Nazi Activities JTA -By Dirtct Teletype Wire JERUSALEM—The Israeli Parliament accepted proposals Tuesday by Minister of Justice Plnchas Rosen to refer to committee the question of anti-Semitic manifestations in West Germany and other countries throughout the world, with the purpose of issuing a warning in Israel's name to all the states concerned. -—. — — f The Knesset, In accepting the government proposal, rejected by a vote of 60 to 18 the Herat Party proposal for an immediate debate. The Justice Minister who spoke for the government in the absence of Premier Ben-Gurion warned that governments and leaders of the countries where the anti-Jewish outbreaks have occurred "must be convinced that this is a loathe. some phenomen and must be eradicated before they grow from iso| lated incidents to disastrous proportions. Nasser Snubs Dag's Query Dr. Goldmann Raps Synagogue As Center of Jewish Life Today JERUSALEM—(JTA)—The Zionist General Council has held an extended debate here on proposals to broaden the base of the Zionist movement by admission of non-Zionist organizations into the World Zionist Organization. The debate followed submission of proposals by Dr. Nahum Goldmann, president of the World Zionist Organization, for amendment of the organization's constitution. The 10-day session of the Coun-* cil, supreme body of the Zionist movement when the World Zionist Congress is not in session, was opened by Dr. Goldmann with a somber review of the Jewish situation throughout the world and of the forces affecting the future of Israel. He warned that the situation demanded unity and maximum Jewish efforts in behalf of the State of Israel and termed proposals for widening the Zionist organlzation a means of achieving He asserted h.t making .yn.gogues into the general basis of all Jewish life is the most dangerous form of collective assimilation." He again rejected the identification of Zionism with Aliyah, and Continued on Page 10-A these ends. Apparently with specific reference to the United States, Dr. Goldmann warned of a "tendency to concentrate Jewish lire around synagogues end to turn Judaism Into synagogue ship." He colled this "the Jewish version of the Christian churches" end charged that the leaders of synagogue organoa tions "were developing ambitions to turn synagogues into the center not only of religious life but also of secular matters. This may lead to a distortion of Judaism's true character." repe#ed redete#0/i at UNITED NATIONS—(JTA)—The United Arab Republic continued thia week its role of silence, failing to reply to Secretary general Dag Hammarskjold's quests to explain its the Suez Canal, since Decll of the Greek freighter Astyppiea, carrying cargo from Israel. ^ Observers here expressed the belief thai no significant develop ment on thia issue could be expected before the end of January. In Mr. Hammarskjold's absence, the Suez issue has been handled by the Secretary General's executive assistant, Andrew W. Cordier, end by Dr. Ralph J. Bunche, Undersecretary for Special Political Affairs. They met with Micheel Cemey Continued on Pege 3-A These latest developments, Mr. Rosen essertod, should convince the leaders in those countries that it is not enough to disclaim "the inciters to oppression and 9#nocid#. Arich Ben Eliezer, of the Herat, who moved the debate, charged that the resurrected swastika was not merely the symbol of antiSemitism but also a symbol of a trend by Germany to domination over other peoples who were also the victims of Nazism. He asContinued on Page 2 A was made to Dr. H. G. Van Dam, secretary general of the Central Council of Jews in Germany, who called on him here to congratulate him on his 84th birthday. The German Trade Union Movement called Tuesday for a special parliamentary commission to investigate the outbreak of antiSemitic manifestations throughout West Germany. Meanwhile, West Germany's foremost export en relations between Carmen* and Jews told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency Tuesday it is his belief that the outbrea k of anti-Semitic incidents "has been orgenized by and is being steered by antidemocratic circles who use enti1 Semitism as a disguise fdr masking their hatred of democracy." The statment was made by Prof. | Franz Boehm, member of the dominant Christian Democratic Party and vice chairman of the indemnification committee in the Bundestag, the Lower House of ParliaI ment. Prof. Boehm was the out• standing West German politician behind the successful move to get Germany to agree to pay reparations to Israel and to the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany, which culminated in these agreements at the Hague in 1952 after negotiations lasting many months. Prof. Boehm seemed to disagree with government spokesmen who have been inclined in the last few days to blame on Communist intrigue the wave of anti-Semitic incidents that followed the ChristContinued on Pege 12-A Rockwell 'Exaggeration' Criticized WASHINGTON—(JTA)—The Washington Jewish Community Council said in a statement this week that it had been in constant communication with law enforcement agencies to the anti-Semitic propaganda activities of George Lincoln Rockwell and his "American Nazi Party" and had found the District of Columbia authorities "deeply concerned." The Council said that both the District and Federal authorities "have the situation under active investigation." It pointed out that distribution of leaflets by Rockwell's group did not violate any law, nor did his solicitation of funds since the local ordinance applied only to "charitable" not "political" solicitations. The statement characterized published reports of the Rockwell group's activities es "gross exaggerations." It asserted that Rockwell "has no substantial following or any financial resources to apeak of." Washington Jewish leaders, it said, continue alert to Rockwell's activities, but "the Jewish community as a whole hes bed little or no occasion to fool disturbed or alarmed. RockContinued en Pege 2 A



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Friday. January 8. lten Page 10-A GoOmann Hits Synagogue as Center Continued from Page l-A Moshe Kol, Progressive Party leader and member or the Jewsaid this was not true even when i$n Agency executive, who swpEast Europe was the center of ported the proposals, warned Zionism.Hft called-Al* ah -a vaai*. noVe/er fHaf imrrtj-eion.sm part of Zionism." but insisted that ucce eded in implanting Zionist the entire movement 'cannot be identical with halutziut or the movement would have to give up the task of mobilizing the support of the Jewish people for Israel." Dr. Goldmann .-tressed that because of the "special character" ideals in tho new organizations, there was the danger that the entire Zionist Organiiation would beco-r.e "merely friends of Israel." Rabbi Isaac Goldstein, of Ham cause of the "special charac er d tQ he c0 .„ made by Dr. Goldmann of •can synagogues and churclu•jrged the Council to under--> .he hesitation of the American Conservative movement in affiliating. of the Zionist movement, -particularly its religious components," to oppose tendencies of synagogue organizations to seek the center role in American Jewish life. with the Zionist Organization. He tha t the prestige and **%£ the Ziomit movement am American Jewry be.an todedme after establishment <.t Israel nen. ,sm The Zionist Organization, he !I1U! |ttp porl Israel but the relationship must be reciprocal. The Israeli view that establishment of toe state united the Jewish people is a distortion of history, he asserted, crediting dec. ades of Zionist education with preparing the ground for unity. He urged caution on admission of non-Zionist organizations. Replving to Dr. Goldstein. Dr Goldmann said that his criticism ... .. un me fciuiuai %  — %  —— GOKlnlann saiu i — %  •— In his review of the world situa-1 larncd that he Zionist movement ^ mt rlcan ferred i in. Dr. Goldmann warned that ., „-,, :., OHM m mher nrsan. ...-._ ... n .,( ih.. field of' tion. Dr. Goldmann warned that .^"open lt .\, atC s to other on:an£ tn e 7 r '"n\'.i-:or. oi the field of present trends toward a thaw in zatjons but not at ,h e cost of sacrip^,,,^ at u „n. He reacted th< East-West relations did not point Mwta 7mm ., rnnlpnt .,..„ ,,,,, h ., effort to enh-1 automatically toward greater inter national security for Israel. He said that the latest United Nations General Assembly resolution on the Arab refugees, which revived the 1948 Palestine Conciliation Commission, was "the worst of any adopted in recent years." He cited also the disregard of the Great Powers for the United Arab Republic blockade against Israel'of the Suez Canal and the World Bank loan to the UAR as indicating that "possibly even greater difficulties are waiting ahead." He argued that if the forthcoming summit meeting was successful, the Great Powers would try to stabilize the Middle East and that "in any such arrangement the Soviet Union would have a dominant influence. In view of R great hostility toward Israel, it is difficult to predict how such Middle Ea*t settlements could be compatible with Israel's interest.If the summit meeting should fail, he said, this would mean "not only a reversal of the previous situation but would also increase tension which might erupt in various places." In bis survey of the situation of world Jewry. Dr. Goldmann denounced Soviet policy, asserting that in Russia it was becoming "increasingly clear that the official policy evidently is the complete a.-similation of the Jewish community uithin its surroundir..-." The Jewish people cannot accept such a situation and forget the existence of 2.000.000 Soviet Jews." he asserted. "Fortunately, there are indications that this dis.nation only strengthens the Jewish consciousness of Soviet Jews. We as a people are obliged to raise this issue in its full gravity to mobilize world public opinion to help us." He rejected charees that such action constituted aiding the cold war. The proposals to broaden the base of the Zioni-t Organization wt re strongly supported and equal ly strongly attacked during the debate icing Zioni-t content. suggestion that the effort to enli-. Surprise was occasioned by the new memb. iiationi be 'position taken by Rabbi Mordechai gj V eo up b. the failure of Kirshblum. of Mizrachi. a member tri( first attemptM> goal, h that the moveHe urged retention of the status mcnt shall be the main factor in quo. Other speakers, including organising the Jewish people in the | several Israeli members of the Diaspora Council called for greater vitality Rf 0 (cars that non -, ;n the Zionist movement and urged uou d dl|ute hc intensified efforts to spread he ^ non Hebrew language and to develop £ n • 0 P rgamzaI1(ini shliuid firsi immigration. ^ ht ^ the organlzaljon Dr. Emanuel Neumann. General ->__-... .V_.IJ .... .„ Zionist and member of the Jewish and then the Zionists -hould tr> to Agency executive, told the Council influence them. Historic leqal transaction between officers of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and representatives of jl IN IIII Properties Inc.. takes place as Stanley C. Myers (letU chairman of Federation's permanent site committee. Sam J. Heiman pre*. ident and Arnold Seeder, secretary, receive the deed for the new Federation building at 1317 Biscayne blvd. from Ernest J. Hewett, representing the Bessemer interests. Theater Parly Saturday house production of "Dino" on Saturday evening. In charge of reserand Mrs. Herbert Laibow. 8711 SW 42nd st.. Miami. National Kidney Disease Founda tion will iponaor a Studio M Play Flagler Federal Names Officers Appointment of five officers of Flagler Federal Savings and Loan Assr. ni has been announced by Paul H. Marks, president. Herschel Rosenthal. controller and assistant vice president, has been named a vice president. Bryan L. Donaldson, public relations officer, and John F. O'Keefe. manager of Flagler FederalBicayne Shopping Plaza branch, have been named assistant vice presidents. Pauline R. Price, of the mortgage loan department, has been appointed assistant secretary, and Jacqueline B. Roberts, head teller. has been appointed assistant treasurer. Judge Cypen m Talk Judge Irving Cypen addressed members of the Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith on Tuesdav noon at the DiLido hotel. Topic was "Trials of a Trial Judge." The Star of David now shines ramp at the Arnstel^* ^ Vl^ tiful Britannia with the Star of n.,T ***"• in for a landing. I ,^ roud J ife IlT i "*" People al. over the world i n SewyS Tei [Tr*" Paris, Rome. Berlin. Brussels A^T J VW,London> V-n, Ath e nS( Istanbu fi^CSS. over 16 lands h Z7^Z !" T ** -P -. ft. Star of Devfd *H ; e !, When E M w "* -t-bliabed -.ine.BuU 8 Z-^^^ w„ tiny S*top nation o„" u rr t ; P0W red Br,Unni "* **• ZZZ2T A nd bttld %  "* %  **• WJ m in Z PUMn n El AI has hecott* Wme betwwn *• *nd the outside world.



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Lay. January 8. I960 +Jewlstifhrldlag7 Page 7-A 15.000 Persons to Swarm Over Dade County for United Fund Drive Sunday Fifteen thousand persons watched television Wednesday in varioui locations throughout the area to receive final instructions' "More starting out Sunday afternoon. Good Neighbor Day, to call on their neighbors in behalf of the United Fund. Ministers and rabbis will commend the United Fund's Good Neighbor Crusade from their pulpits, urging congregations to support to the utmost this mammoth county-wide residential drive, goal of which is $407,000. Television and radio this weekend will salute the United Fund and what it stands for, and explain the aims and functions of the 57 health and welfare agencies who depend upon the United Fund for the vital work they do in this fastgrowing section of Florida, population of which is expected to reach a million with the 1960 census. A total of 228,000 persons, or on* out of evory four, wort jether again because of the United Fund are this sister and Mother (upper left) separated by desertion. A senior citizen Ipper right) is blind but not helpless under the protecting arm UK's aid programs. Lower left is another Dade county senior jtizen, alone and in need of companionship. Through United and assistance, he may achieve happiness in 1960. Emotionlly disturbed, this little girl (lower right) must be sheltered and rotected until she can take her place in the community. ucugh services rendered by UF, she is receiving proper care id the chance for a normal life. served in some way by rho more than 300 different health and welj fare services provided by the United fund last year. The need I in 10M is expected to be greater. Mrs. Madelon Ravlin, chairman of the Good Neighbor Division, explains that while volunteers in the Good Neighbor Crusade begin! their round in behalf of Dade's less | fortunate on Sunday, the job won't end until their goal is reached. "United Fund begins with you— each and every citizen in Da.de county," is the message volunteers will give on their rounds. When a neighbor knocks on the door Sunday, do not turn her away, is the plea of UF officials. Neighbor helping neighbor is the reason and purpose of the Good Neighbor drive. "The munies you give-, nuke crippled children walk, provide homes for motherless a'nd fatherless babies, reunite Dade county families, and buy health restoring medicine for lonely, bedridden invalids," it is pointed out by UF workers. Dade county's needed goal is $3,653,729. Every "corner of the county is expected to be covered on Good Neighbor Day. G Branch Will Install Officers fen Gurion Branch of Farband meet Wednesday evening at Ih El Congregation. Irving \h< will preside. !< %  ling will feature installation Df/icers, including Irving Sachs, sulent; Sam Kopkind and tarn Fox, vice presidents; Abrap Fraidlin, financial secretary; Miriam Halperin, recording Intary; Mrs. Anna Sorin Bild. [responding secretary. Sam Bild, treasurer; cultural chairman, Manuel Burstein; Bernard Furman, hospitaler; Rubin Burnstein, publicity; Mrs. Miriam Halperin, cultural chairman; Mrs. William Bcckwith. Jewish National Fund chairman. Dory Auerbach, executive board member of the Ben-Zvi Branch of Farband, will be guest speaker. Hostesses at the social hour following are Mesdames Alex Marcus and Ana Sorin Bild. Recreation Group Launches Series Miami Beach Recreation Department resumed its winter schedule of adult education activities on Monday in community centers throughout the city, according to Jack Woody, superintendent of recreation. In the current issue of the "Adult Recreation Classes, Clubs and Hobby Groups" bulletin, there are close to 50 different morning, afternoon and evening activities offered to residents and winter visitors, he pointed out. Registration for the educational courses, including languages, began on Monday, with hobby groups and clubs accepting their starters Monday, Jan. 25, at the Center. Miss Margaret Swett, Recreation Department supervisor of adult activities, is responsible for the organization and coordination of the program. PROM MIAMI OVERNIGHT Mondays and Fridc lys (S PM) V~ Jke*4ipR* FOSTER ELECTRIC COMPANY, INC Electrical Contractors RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL ALTERATIONS MAINTENANCE PAIR rOSTOt, jKesMo-r AIR CONDITIONING and ADEQUATE WIRING 2244 W. FUGLER ST. HI 8-2671 Nights, Sundays A Holidays Dial HI 2-0922 i/i 100% AIR-CONDITIONED (fOAMHLY 10.000 TON TRANSATLANTIC ASOSA STAR) •-AY. 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Friday. January 8, 1960 +Je*isi>norA&*t7 Page 15-B MRI. MINNIE KATZ of 1730 BW Mli il died Jan. 2. Klie came here It years UK<> from Clnrecently formed to "fetter the' | %!&.;.?%? YruTu'r*. %  *£ Jan. 3 at Riverside Mrmm lai Chapel. Normsnddy laic, with burial in ill. Klnal Cemetery. Merchant Group Names Leaders The Lincoln Road Progress Assn., ecently formed to "further the success of the Lincoln rd. mall aufL'i'T f "" r %  '•' %  <"" %  %  •• %  sranddo all that is n^essaTy TSlnfrea'sT't^fr *gll^.^./Ta'^Tfffe business for the merchants," has Funeral 11 MRS. HARRIET M. JOSEPH i named Max Boderman, realtor, I and Ted Greenfield, manager of '•• <~< lioi "SJJcfii"'7.i Sod" Jan. 1 •| Saks Fifth Avenue, as co-cha.rEFlJttg "S? & TMK HAMY ZUKttHKK men. The board of directors numbers 24 members, 12 property owners and 12 merchants. Representing the property | owners are Boderman, C. L. Clements, Jr., Seymour Rubin, Saul Weing.rten, Myron Willisen, August Geiger, Dr. Morris Goodman, Dick Mead, jr.. Gene Rankin, Frank Smathers end Milton Sirkin. Merchants include Greenfield, Den Herman, Ross Prichason, Dave Miller, Jules Scnoen, Adrian Thai, Harry Auslander, Don Burgess, Bob Speed, David Jacobs and Wallace Pettier. Construction of the mall will take from three and one-half to four months, Greenfield said. He addtx that a meeting of all tenant store keepers will be called in the early spring to determine the construe tion date, either May 1 or Sept. 1 depending on whether stores want construction to go in the summer or faU. Mall construction will not force any stores to close, as all work will be done in the streets, leaving %  Mil, and two STandi hlldren Kervlies were Jan. 3 at Rlveralde Memorial Chapel. Alton rd. Lawyers Slate Institute Here The fifth annual Real Property and Probate Institute will be held at the Oceanfront Auditorium Friday and Saturday, it was announced by Harry Zukernick. chairman of the Institute and chairman of the Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section of the Florida Bat The Institute is part of a pro gram of continuing legal education for lawyers, and is being sponsored h> the Miami Beach Bar Assn., Lincoln rd. sidewalks cleai MISS CARRIE FELDSTEIN <3. of 4000 Royal I'alm ave., died Dec. 21. She came here ten years ajco from Brooklyn, and la survived by one alater, Mm. Warn he Ilauin Services wer. Dec -'.'at Riverside Memorial Chapel, Alton rd.. with burial In flraceland Park Matiaoleum. BERKO ZAKROISKY 70, of 20 S\V 33rd %  (., died Dec. 20. He came here unm yearr URO from (Brooklyn, and wan t baker SurvivIns 1 are three daughters. Including Mra. Shirley Kata and Mra. Bethel l-andski-on, r, one sister, and seven grandchildren Bel slcoi were IV. 12 i at Riverside Memorial Chapel, W FUjler at., with burial In Mt. Cemetery. Slaters and two grandchildren Hervlce were Dec. 13 at Uordon Funeral Home, with burial In Star of David !< m.tery. MRS. IDA HIRSCH 2, of <01 MW 2nd ct.. died Dec. 11. Bhe re. me bar* l years ago from X York City. Surviving are her husl.irnl. Max. and one brother S. i war* ID ,\I York vuh ka .4-uiiingementx by Cjordon Euneral !! %  JOHN MONASH M. of S2SI NW 17th st died Dec. 1. A bartender, he came here ten years aao from Cleveland. There arno local aurvivors. Services and burial ^\ • i .• In Cleveland, with local arrangements by Riverside Memorial Chapel. Sinai Florida Bar committee on continuing legal education, headed by t harles B. Fulton. West Palm Beach, and the Real Property, Probale and Trust Law Section of the Florida Bar. Friday's opening session at 10 a.m. will consist of a discussion of 'The Pros and Cons of Land Trusts in Florida" by I. Albert Pallot and Francis W. Sams, Miami attorneys, and a lecture on "Important Real Property Litigation and Legislation in 1959" by William G. Ward, Miami attorney, at 2 p.m. Saturday's program, commencing at 10 a.m., will consist of a panel on "A Proposed Marketable Title Act for Florida," with David P. Catsman, of Miami Beach, as moderator; Parks M. Carmichael, Gainesville; Richard E. Cours, Tampa; Paul Game. Tampa; James W. Mahoney, Jacksonville; Fletcher G. Rush, Orlando; and Zukernick. Miami Beach. The program will conclude with a lecture on "Estate Planning" by Prof. Kenneth L. Black, of the Uni\ersity of Florida law school, at 2 p.m. The committee in charge con "f Zukernick. Walter C. KovArthur II. Neater, David I. Shedroff and Michael Zukernick. throughout the face-lifting. MILTON BLUMENTHAL 70. of 2512 W Alc.iiar dr., Hollywood. was killed In an automobile accident Dec. 14. A former reaklcut of Miami Reach, he moved to Hollywood six month* aCD. Surviving are hla wife. Esther: three daughter*. Mra. Julia Hlstsk. Mr*.Roaely Zeldman, and MiVivian Mclntli.-. a brother ""'1 rand son Service* weft Dec IS at Rlveralde Memorial Chapel, Normandy Iale. with burial In Star of David Cemetery. JESSE KEROLD '.2. of 929 E. 23rd at llialeah, died l>ec. 14. He came here ten year* ago from New York, and waa a vet. World War II Sin \ King a:o two ln then, Including Mai\. and a s.rvics were Dec. Id at Oordon Funeral Home, with burial in Mt. Nebo Cemetery. /Music Lecture Sunday [veiling B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation al the University of Miami will offer another in its series of monthly music lectures on Sunday, 8 p.m.. at Hillel House, 1100 Miller dr Lecture will be conducted by Rob ert Strassburg, composer, "conduc tor and music director of Hillel House. He will discuss "The Music of Israel Today." with recorded excerpts of work by Ben-Chayim, Lavry, Weiner, and Sternberg. MRS. IRENE J. NEWMAN. *, of 84 Catalonia ave.. Coral Oohlaa, who came here 19 year* ago from Jamaica. I. I dll .11' II lug are her huahand. I>r. Irving, three daiifhtera and a alater, MCharlotte and burial were In New York, with local arrant by Gordon Funeral Home NATHAN WOLFF 62. Of 14ST Jeff. died Dec. II He c inie h.r.:'• years ago from New York, and wa* a retired trucking firm owner Surviving; are hla wife. Kay: two aona. (lerald and Allan: a brother and alater. He wa* a Maaon and veteran of World War 1 Services were Dec. 14 at Rlveralde Memorial Chapel. Washington ave., with burial In Mt Nebo Cemetery JOSEPH ZIRIN Israel Bond Leader Passes Away at 61 BALTIMORE — Adolf L. Hamburger, prominent Baltimore investment .counselor and national chairman for High Holidays of the Israel Bond Organization, died Dec. 27. He was 61 years old. A native of Baltimore, Hamburger was one of the most important ^ KuclM „,,„ Deo national leaders Of the Israel i H( came here *lx yeare aao from New Bond drive I York. Surviving are two brother*. e Morrla and UniUC Services were Dec. A graduate of Johns Hopkins | M at Riverside Memorial chaii. University and the Harvard School JfflSSZZX'pJP *"""'" '" U ""' of Business. Hamburger was the publisher of a periodical dealing with investment problems, entitled "Market Trends." Hamburger held key posts in major Jewish communal organizations in the city of Baltimore. He served as president of the Baltimore Board of Jewish Education, and as vice chairman of the Assoc. Jewish Charities Campaign and Welfare Fund. He was a founder of the Baltimore American Jewish Congress, and served on the board of the Baltimore Zionist District. ALEX SCOTT 51. of 800 Weat ave.. died Dec 12. He came here 19 yeara ago from Cleveland, and owned icon Motor*. Surviving are a eon, Sheldon: daughter. Mr*. Robert Snyder; brother, three LEO OLUCKSTADT St. of 744 E I Jan 2. He waa a I tiroker. S it ... II* I'I In C.hK'k*ta it. Her p:inl-up member-hip brunch ol the to iicth Tftiah cm ii burial in ORT Schools in Film Mi tion pictures of ORT schools in Israel will highlight the annual it OUR SPECIALTY CONDOLENCE BASKETS FtfSHir PACKED one DELIVERED WITHIN THE H0UK FRUIT CIRCUS 1698 S.W. Flogler Ter. • PHONE • Vr FR 3-9275—FR 1-2511 -Cr LEGAL NOTICE 1 G ab S T cha s. ter u A T. l ri ; Wmen s ORT. Mrs. Ben MoaJrJn, Mt. sinai cm. iok the pictures on her re' trip to Israel, w.H narrate at i brunch to be held at the home of Jean Fox, 830 Cremona ave., < ral Gables, on Wednesday at 1130 a.m. GEORGE BIALECK .. of "i" r.th i Ian '-' He o, an I waa a > "er of B mes ket. .til i rIng are hla v .i U ••'.-. Ml in.I Mr. M irl" He waa a member of were Unit Sponsors Theofre Party Miami Beach Women's Unit of 2. The admission is by donation to I mted Cerebral Palsy is sponsor-[the unit, according to Ruth (Mrs. In* the opening night performance Bernard D.) Kaplan, past president ^'.""H.." Hy Fair Laily." starring and chairman of the opening nignt tl „. ,-,, r k ,. f ,,i. circuM Coon oa M MuhajSl Evans and Diane Todd at | activities Co-chairman is Mrs. ^^;^l:^ w \ lK :[^^^ a 1 Miami Rearn Aiifiil.\riiim Pah Arthur Mark i,.it -j r,......i .... .. nl l. u • %  !, M IN THE C.RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Or FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. SOC 47 KI.SIK SMITH Weir vs. IK W M.l.Aii: KMITH 1 'i f, ndanl. NOTICE TO APPEAR TO C1EORIJK VI SMITH Addreaa utikn n notified that a aiilt tor tllvofoe h Inal you an.i you ar< lo aerve %  r pleadlni titiffa atI DAVID I.IKI'.MVN'. :'l South Miami Beach Auditorium Feb. Arthur Mark. LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARK "The South's most beautiful Jewish cemetery' JE 1-5369 Hill at Coroplalel will be taken aa ronfeaaed b> roil. I>ated Ihla r.th day of January. AD. I too. FT I! LEATHERMAN, Clerk. it Court, Dade Coenty, I'lmlda (aeal) By: K M I.TMA.V, Deputy Clerk 1/S-lS-M-tt NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREtn QIVEN that derelcnrd, dealrlns to eitKaice In bualnea under the fli-trtb'iis name r.f c\|.i.ri IOHT INN Si Mai Coramodore I'laaa, Miami Intends to reslater wld name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of !ade i lorlda. IT INN. I (a Vkt i'>rv i Dwner OTH nt iin s"v* us 1/I-U-U-2S LESAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY No. SOC 42 MARIE 1.. CLA11K, Plaintiff, %  a, AI.I-HI'.T M. CUAI'.K, Dafendeat. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO ALBERT M CLARK Reetoence Unknown. Toil .if hereb) notified that a complaint for dr...I.h.ibeen filed aicalnat you, sad you .>r. req aorVe eopj of yoor nnewai or other H to said complaint on plalnilff'fl attortii i '<> : N. MacDonell, •nl Blaea; m r. illdlns, Miami, i-ia, ami file the oriaanal In the ofYIca %  f tlie clerk of the above court on ol before the Mil dia] of ..l,uiai otnerwlae the allesatloni of isM pktlnl will be taken aa confeaaed b> you. I 1 .lanuury ". K B LEATHERMAN, Clerk, m Court, Dade County, Florida (aeal) i'.\. H'll \v STOCKING, Depot) Clark i 1-1 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVfeNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT'OF FLORIDA. IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY ^ • No. 59CII861 REAL VAI.II: IIU.MI-.S, INC. II Florida %  orporation. Platan lft. I.on.s VOUBL *.• MRS l,oIIS M.HJ.l. II BERT I.RJ-: KIM! JUSTINE KINO, hla wife CENTRAL INSURANCE AUENCT, IN'" ROBERT W Ti.MI'SO.N & MARY A. TIM I SON, kia wife. Defendants. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: HUBERT \.V.V. KIX(! A JUSTINE KINO, hla wife addreaa unklio" n PLEASE TAKK NOTICE that there haa been filed (Id* day in the al> Styled Conrl by Real Value Hoi I in. a Complaint to Koiei-loae a Mort%  ajM and Agreement foi Deed on the follow Inx deai i Ibed Real Property: I-ota 37. It, the. F:at feet of Lot S9. all In Block*! of NORTH IIIALEAH HEIGHTH to tlie Pint thereof 11 ebt li i In I'lat Book 27 at page IS of the Public lie:%  • is of Dade COOnty, Florida Tou are required to pl.-ad or SDP to aaid Complaint OD or before the 5th day of February. ItSt l.y flllnK a copy" of your answer sdth the Clerk of this Court and ssevlna a cop) of wame upon Herman T lli>. attornej for Plaintiff, 13J Maderla Avenue, Coral fjebles .4. Florida otherwise Hie -aJleKaa of the Complaint will be taken aa confesaed by yon K It LEATHBAMAN, Clerk. CircuM Court. Dad.County, Flbrlda (seal) By: K M. I.VMAX, Deputy Clerk 1/8-1S-22-29 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is' 111:1:1:1.1 GIVEN Hint the underslKiie to eniraye in bualness under the firtltioua natne "f t'OLUhTBIA HOTEL at 119 S.E Avenue. Miami, Fla Intend" to reiter snld name with the Clerk f the Circuit t'ourt of I lade County. Florida. MOTEL BThTVt ART, Bfc A Fla. Corp. LEONARD KAI.ISII Attorn. > for Applirant l2S Dui'ont llldg. I/S-15-Z2-29 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 46*57. B IN RE Batata of y HI: 1 • r'ERUi'8oN 1 ie.. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persona HavIIIK I'laims or Dsjsnnadt AKalnst Bald Batata: You are hereby notified and required to present any i-laltti.i and demands whieh > ou pan) ii.iwnssslnsl the estate of FRED rBRUUaON de eeased latof Pade Coonty, Plofida, to the County JudeiM of Dade County. and file the same In their of! the County Courthouse In Dad< County, Florida, within elxht oalendar months from the date of the fir-t publication hereof, or the aame will be b.iriii LKVI Moss Exi eutor MEN EHSEN Attoi n. \ I 111 4 BeyboM Ililildlnic Miami. Florida l/*-13-*2-I9 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 — GORDON FUNERAL HOME FR 3-3431 FRanklin 9-1436 710 S.W. 12th Avenue Miami, Fla. HARRY GORDON PRESIDENT IKE GORDON PgNE*Al 0IRECTQ* NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOP. OA IN ANO FOR DAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 59C 121*3 I'll.WU.i ITTE HDKI.M.VN COLDUERIS, Plaintiff MORRIS K Ol ILDBERO, riant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: Ml d'.UIS i ii iLl >UEK< %  Wilii.uii Qoldbars l,. i.anon A.i Du Anertm n Hawr fc I J -liain n '^Wenuo Philadelphia. Peons) Ivanla Tou are hereby notified that a Hill of Complaint for Dtvoros baa been tiled atsaiiint yon. and you are requlred to serve a copj of your Answer or Pteadlns to the Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffAttorney, WKINKI.E A KKShLER. Ml Beybold I'.ulltllna. Miami IS, plorida and file the <-rlr.Inal Answer or I'leadlnit in the o I of the Clerk of the Circuit Conn on or before the 12th an] of K.d.i uar\. 1!0. If vou fail to do so. JuriKiio-nt b\ de. fault "ill l~taken ati'ilnat >oii f.>r the relief demanded In the Bill of < %  oniplalnt. This not lee shall be published onco eai'h Weee for tour consecutive weeks in THE n:\visn H.rTftlPAN. DONE AND ORDERED al Miami, Florida, this 30th dai of Deiember, \ li its*. !•: B LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. Dads County. Florida, (seal) Hy: K M I.V.MAS, .:.. Clerk. WEINKLE d KE0SLER II i s. bold B illdlns Plorltfn Attotll.ja foi Plaintiff 1/Vl.-,-:: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR DA IN AND FOR D*OE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No MC 389 LOt'IH HENRY DALEY, I NOTICE BY PUBLICATION HENRY DALEY, rllnvtlle, Illinois Yt>U \KI-: III • TIFIEP that a I '• t i: Ion l< lla JudKmi nt li In tli. an l. I of ipon :ffs At ii: N. IfldK.. Mlti the Mh day A I ISSfJ I the f aaiil i.etltlon will be i, i IV thl* 1th. day of Janui Mai I ml of Eel .M W. Cl,:k. Circuit Court. Datfr County, Florida (seal) K M l.YMAN. Deputy Clerk. I;I.HK .:: N MacDONELC Attorn. \ foi 11. fetidaiit Rae Marie Daley 1/I-I5-2'-?* WASHihGTON FEDERAL Miami Beach



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Page 16-B *Jeisfnt"JiW Friday. January 8. H THE ORTHOBOX VAAD HAKMHIIUTHOT^ RABBI DR. ISAAC HlKsn I I IK QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED meat and y RQu\t£ WE SELL U.S. CHOICE ami U.S. PRIME MEATS Prices Effective AHWeelc It's smart to shop Food Fair Kosher Markets for Savings & Guaranteed Satisfaction! STORE HOURS MONDAY .... 8 TO 6 TUESDAY 8 TO 6 WEDNESDAY ... 8 TO 6 THURSDAY .... 8 TO 9 FRIDAY 8 TO 3 Take advantage of these Low, Low Prices on the finest quality Meat and Poultry! THE FINEST KOSHER-MADE WHITE ROCK Cryovac Packed Oven-Ready %  msar?: PULLETS SAVE 20* PER POUND! LB. GENUINE SPRING LAMB SPECIALS! BABY RIB LAMB CHOPS SHOULDER LAMB CHOPS LB. LB. 89 69 LAMB NECKS OR SHANKS B 19c BREAST OF LAMB 10c FRESH KOSHER MADE GROUND CHUCK LB. 69 BONELESS TRIMMED CROSS RIB or SHOULDER ROAST LB. NOW FOUR FINE KOSHER MARKETS TO SERVE 163rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER I 19rh ST. AT ALTON ROAD** NO. MIAMI BEACH MIAMI BEACH YOU EVEN BETTER 2091 CORAL WAY MIAMI CORAL WAY AT S.W. 87fh AVE. BONUS AT FOOD TAIR



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" NOW... OVER ONE HUNDRED MILLION STATEMENT OF CONDITION DECEMBER 31, 1959 ASSETS Cash on Hand and in Banks U.S. Government and Government Agency Bonds First Mortgage Loans Other Loans i Loans on Savings Accounts Federal Home Loan Bank Stock Office Buildings and Parking Lots Furniture and Fixtures Prepaid Items and Other Assets TOTAL $ 3,489,194.83 15,064,689.09 $18,553,883.92 : 79,576,942.51 67,596.61 158,926.69 1,057,300.00 1,380,102.12 234,812.40 363,607.54 $101,393,171.79 LIABILITIES Savings Accounts Federal Home Loan Bank Advance Loans in Process | Advance Payments by Borrowers For Taxes, Insurance, Etc. Deferred Credits and Other Liabilities General Reserves $5,139,391.13 Surplus 1 ,237,646.25 $ 89.896,270.16 2,600,000.00 2,087,572.30 118,953.13 • 313,33882 TOTAL 6,377,037.38 -1 $101,393,171.79 'Nineteen-fifty-nine was the greatest year in the 25-year history of Chase Federal. Assets have grown in excess of $100,000,000... every savings account is insured up to $10,000 by an agency of the U.S. Government. i With this firm foundation for an even greater future, we hope to continue to contribute toward a happier life for families throughout Greater Miami. This is our aim. C. L Clements, Sr., President i i CORTY-flRST STREET* AT SHERIDAN AVENUE COUINS.AVENUE AT 75th STREET CHASE SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 1100 LINCOLN ROAD AT LENOX AVENUE / J E 8-7411 RMCHM all officaf 5URFSIDE-J574 HARDING AVENUE • NORTH MIAMI iEACH MM STREET SHOPPING CENTER



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'age I Browsing With Bocks: By HILARY MINPUN On the Way Life Appears to Those Without Eyes ... .___._ ... .... like ml inc. shaving, handling money, and sim THE SOUND OF THE WALLS. By Jacob Twersky. 239 pp. New York: Doubled** & Co. $3.95. J ACOB TWERSKY'S second book (his first was a novel. The Face of the Deep") tells, in straightforward, unsentimental pause, the bitterness and triumph of the boy who. blinded by scarlet fever at the age of four, fought for his own place in the seeing world. It is his own story, and it is told exceedingly well. The ordinary difficulties which life harbors loom in this book as almost insurmountable barriers; the ordinary achievements for which a man hopes rest on Mr. Twersky's shoulders like accolades won in unequal battle. One of four sons of an immigrant rabbi. be is a gradua'e of City College of New York (where he las captain of the wrestling team,, holder of wo postgraduate degrees from Columbia, has been Chief of Bfltt cational Therapy at the New York Veterans Hospital. .... I is a history instructor at CCNY. He is married and BAI I daughter. Mr Twenty is adept at portraying the sound and teei of his sightless world. The brutal banter between one blind man and another seems harsh enough; but it only burlesques the constant struggle of the blind for recognition among their sighted fellows The author's description nf -he "Obstacle sense" which the blind develop and of the ingenuity with which they devise ways to perform daily Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN Some Predictions for the New Year Ahead Washington TEN PREDICTIONS forecast things to come in 1960 that will make news of interest to Jews: 1. The Jews of Latin America, concerned by a growing fbw of anti-Jewish propaganda from embassies and consulates of the United Arab Republic, will be uneasy. Political ferment in Latin states will continue. It will be a problem not only for Jews but also for the U.S. government. The CAR EmbaMJ in Panama will emerge in a leading role in stirring up antiAmerican demonstrations in the Panama Canal Zone. CAR activities in Cuba and elsewhere will be uncovered. Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ Things Have Changed IT'S 1960! Remember 1860? It was only one hundred years ago. How things have changed! The entire population of the United States was only thirty million. People didn't use tooth brush cs. When they got sick, Jews tool "zum mogen.'' For a fever, yoi took quinine. If you were hoarse, rock candy with whiskey. People were reading Dickens and George Eliot and Emerson. Whitman had written a book, but it took time before it caught on. Heine was well known. He had died four years before 1860, but he had left a Btrong impression. At first, he had abandoned Judaism but later retraced hie steps and became a very good Jew. His (riend Karl Marx wrote a book about capital. He told his mother about it. She said. "Karl, it would have been better if you had some capital instead of writing about it." The only money Karl Marx made was the little he received from the New York Tribune for serving as European correspondent for it. In England. Benjamin Disraeli was coming to the fore, in ItKto, he had not yet becomi Prime Minister, but Cartyle had already called him "a superlative Hebrew conjurer." Sir M...,., Monteflore was world famous for his philanthropy. lie was a verv religioili Jen and trawl,,! about Europe asking the crowned hei such countries as Turkey, Russia and Romania to be merciful to Jew., m i860. Rumania was a par Ucularly Uwblesome spot for Jews. Jn many parti of the world, "the blood accusation" was'raised E£* %  :;r hI n rya arRcd lha J ew no Jews to get blood which they mixed with Matzot In the United States in 1860, the slavery issue rcM W82! a CrisiS Which "" a, '"< to rend the Union ,n two, at a time when, with the development of the West and the building of rail fh\n\ E Un,ry WaS makin ^ater prog es a IroadT' JST 2? ** a ,h ,im a ^ u railroads, which were a comparatively new thing Everywhere ., was supplanting the horse and the first name of the railroad was the iron horse A new party called the Republicans had heen a Jew whoT r, WaS f**"5 Louis N. Dcmb !" srs. ^^^^^ & SS/I' am for h 'him h WOl d m,te a Stron young and beautiful Jetuh'actrel f om"^" of !n7m A t?g a hti SaaCS Menke "' W8S a -nsation^: """""mnmnmiii—i i' l ""'"'i" 'rraiviii.,i.iti "" : % %  -i. :, 2. The United Arab Republic, encouraged by the loan to expand the Suez Canal and other American appeasement despite its anti-Israel blockade tactics, will intensify pressures. Ant attempt will be made to block Israeli shipping in the Gulf of Aqaba. The UAH will increase antil-rael agitation as a device to rally Arab states to Nasser's banner 3. Iraq will be the explosive key to developments in the Near East. A question looms whether the Kassem regime will survive. If an eruption occurs, there it chance of CAR intercession and possible Israeli involvement in the chain reaction. Jordan may topple, requiring a quick decision by Israel. 4. Israeli relations with American Jewry will be a major topic. Groups representing Hadassah. rabbinical organizations, and other sections of United States Jewrywill hold meetings in Israel. Israeli contacts with American Jews will have greater emphasis on non-Zionist channels. 5. It will be a crucial year in the struggle for Jewish unity in the United States. A form of cooperative unitywill be sought by the Presidenls' Conference, comprised of presidents of 18 major groups. Criticism by the American Jewish Committee of the role of the conference in negotiations on Soviet; Jewry and the Khrushchev visit highlighted differences that remain to be resolved. Can groups differ ideologically, yet retain a form of continuing cooperation? Is a major crisis necessary to get Jewish groups to work together? 6. A shift to internal Jewish affairs will occur with emphasis on Jewish content rather than survival For American Jews, the problem will be meaningful existence rather than mere survival. Is Jewish education a mile wide and an inch deep' Such questions will loom as religious and cultural identification is sought. 7. Since Israel is growing more secure economically fund-raising will follow a new pattern. United Jewish Appeal emphasis will focus on absorption of "hard-core" immigrants. New stress will be placed on investment „,. 22ftSS b< "i" S P anS wi : ""'" for ^.ve involv ment of individuals irr private investment. Not only (man c.a commitment bu, also "know-how." as in thc J !" ". mills undertaking, will be enlisted. *i 8 An i -P l fil niat 'on concentration will he on removing M m J h W 'v bamcrs "' exdu8iVe M '-^"<'" 'odlShe" Membership u vital for executives in high level „ i v business, and politics. Today, Jews suffer fro, 1(n %  V crirn.nation which hits the "organization man !" E will continue to end remaining residential rertrirtions 9. Congressional action on civil rights legislation i„ found on both sides of the controversy "'" be acts like eating, shaving, handling money, and simply get ,1-ound. is i lko an >' Kood wri'er. however i, is in the area* of relationships — he-re, between hUnssM and the non blind that Mr. Twersky's perception i s moit acute the latter half of the book, dealing with the more recent events of his adult sensitivity, reads like a qu j ck ening study; characters come alive under his strange inner scrutiny. ,. „ The style of the writing itself is most arresting, n has HI elliptical quality; scenes burst upon the reader with no preparation, appearing suddenly out of blankness It is. I think, the lack of any visual description which lends this quality; 1 cannot tell whether it is done as a deliberate technique or because Mr. Twersky describes, of course, in terms of his own perception. One is not used to it. and it appears at first as a naivete, a flaw in style; but after a while, it becomes itself a means of description, taking one into the verj (enter of character and forcing the reader to experience dramatically a little of the way in which life must often sei m to one who is blind. Whether it was used consciously or not, it is a tremendously effective technique It is Mr. Twersky's hope, I believe, that his book will help tl'.o>e with eyes to understand better not only the problems which the blind face because of their blindness, but those which the seeing give them because of our blindness lo their capabilities, their need for a real acceptance and a sturdy place in the world. On my part, I hope that Mr. Twersky will write again, and soon. UN listening Post: By SAUl CARSON A Hopeful Prognosis United Nations SEEKING INTO THE future is r often a risky pursuit, especial y when the crystal ball is not too lear. But. on the basis of state I nents by leading members of key 'elegations and by men holding M trategic posts in the United Na^M %*_-^H ions Assembly and Secretariat. one can report this consensus: The Israeli-Arab situation could worsen in the near future, but it will be better presently. Dr. Victor Andres Belaunde. president of the 14th session of the General Assembly, a great statesman who predicted back in September that the 1953 session would be known as the "Assembly of Peace" still feels that he has not overemphasized the note of optimism. Looking at the Assembly's work, scanning the world scene, and viewing the Middle East in particular. Dr. Belaunde sees the "presence" of the UN as an "irreplacable" factor. MMHU rt p m, y '!"' n '" """'" lN "Pl* the Middle East-what wnh the United Nations Truce SUP* !" !" Organization, the United Nations Emergency I re. and ,he Cited Nations Relief and %  y r Pales,inc li ,ll ''Put them • get he r. and you understand what Dr. Belaunde ,''V Where the United Nations presence exists, conflicts diminish, and peaceful solutions begin to germinate." pwceiui One listens nexl to Secretary General Dag Ham" ; K -"'l He see. ,he past Assembly as one 1 ;' %  %  ''• %  > %  '/. d in many ways by a new spirit a new 3 0 ity.anewwintolSSiS; win to find common ground." State^Sewtlon VT Cha "" man nf ,hp Uni ^ ',"'• 'oks a. the Assembly's work. "o the maintenance and fiBetween You and Me: BORIS SM0LAR 1^^**-* P *' Anti-SertiT H f YE AR ,9 • %  e a year marked byintensified efforts on the part of Jewish organizations to combat the Polite form of anti-Semitism. There is agreement among all Jewish groups fighting for civil rights that (he vuga form of ant.-Semitism. upon which rab ble rousers thrive, has practicallyVeen neighbors in the suburbs. In S ud e 22Ls2? J, ? i n Jews into a number of leading clubs nonadm '^""f <>f Prisefich'bV-pot" mSod??"" f—enterof Jews to execute posRionsin'th?"/ ,h f e promo,,0 f'ght against "polite" ant Susi, tS refront ^ ^ American Jewish Committed P| „ s f.VL" *" ** ,h by ,hC C mmitt t0 S with d^mina^^raTotlhe ion" with Jews till dmneM.m. ." ^ ,n fr t fni social contact with Jews in Z ^ U a form voiding Jt s in the evening. Similarly, nobodv <•-... home people whom he Z nyone to inv ,te <> hi house. However ^om" t r "/ feel ,,ke "N 'n his d "rted in this field 0 hi.m ( ^"ca'ion must be conjewUh Committee ntenl "'H' 0 18 nd ,he A"""" 0 JmU-rly the AJC is d e e rminli .• omethin •" f fht against non-adrnTsSoT ?. intn Uy m 1980 ^ which have actuallyTc„ ?'** tat0 nrttm clubs members, helping themT h" P "" f presti e for theif mem n their economic advancement. ne center of thp A ir • %  ant.i-Semiti,m will. h0W evc r ^V ta fighti, "P oU,e abolitmn-cr at leastTh. "J* pUn t0 brtn %  bout we for executive position, i„T^ ,Pt,0n -< ,f bl •" Jew ^ered highly7mS,„ n ,'""/i*"*' fi !" !" >oung American-borV Jewl ** faCt th 1 m y Jews they ,re not beina *. now complaining that as served headway i n th. fi! '" the opportunity to make de%  me firms in whicft they are employed.



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Friday. January 8. 1960 +Jewlst> Her Ulan Page 5-B Hebrew Academy teen-agers of seventh, eighth and ninth grades learn about Kashruth. Demonstrating is teacher, Mrs. Zahavah Sukenik. Standing (left to right) are Shereen Dean, Susan Sachs, Arlene Greenberg, Adrienne Deblinger, Trudy Gertler, Heidi Penchansky, Miriam Weiss, Selma Schickman and Carol Esterman. Seated (left to right) are Elaine Lubarr, Joan Schreiber, Frances Greenberg, Ellen Weiss and Jacqueline Wohlfarth. Council Women Hear Authorities Modern marriage ia deteriorating. Samuel G. Kling, marriage counselor and Jewish Floridian columnist, told the Indian Creek. division of the National Council of Jewish Women at a meeting on' Wednesday. Kling said that the breakdown I of religious authority, the emancipation of women, and the belief': in a number of romantic illusions' are all responsible "for the ap palling increase in desertions, separations, divorces and annul-, menta." As long as both husbands and wives seek as many escape hatches as they do now, marriage is likely. to become considerably worse be-' fore it gets any better, stated Kling, who ia a member of the American Society of Adlerian Psychology, ia listed in "Who's -Who in America," and is the author of many best selling books, the latest being "How to Win and Hold a Mate." • • • Mrs. Arnold Perlstein, executive director of the Federation of Jewish Women's Organizations, told the Evening Division NCJW Wednesday that the Job of the Combined Jewish Appeal for 1960 is to provide funds for agencies whose programs and services are expanding in proportion to the increased needs of servicing more and more STERLING Silver Pen ORIGINAL BIBLICAL SCENES MOTIFS ENGRAVED IN ISRAEL Collectors Item $3.85 -Uses Standard Refills Ideal Gift Ladies Model $3.75 Only Prepaid Orders. Accepted Specify Model Allow 4 Weeks Delivery or Add 5(k for Air Mail American Bank Referrals or This Newspaper ARYEH GIFT COMPANY 2 Y.feh Nof, Tel Aviv, Israel SEND PENS fj LADIES' %¡ MEN'S people on a local level. In Israel, where one out of three who have come into the country do not have permanent homes or farm implements, Mrs. Perlstein said the 1960 CJA must provide funds for the tools necessary to help them to earn a living. • • • Ellis Island as a detention center exists no more, Miss Minnie Peinberg, executive secretary of the Greater Miami Section, NCJW, told the Lincoln Division at its meeting on Wednesday. In discussing the changing trends on the immigration and naturalization scene, Miss Peinberg stated that although the basic laws of the quota system determining the number of aliens who may enter the country each year remain unchanged, the interpretation of all immigration and naturalization laws have had quite a "face lifting" and are today more humane and liberal. TO N Addr, City StaM Check IMIM*4 for $ Sunshine Lodge Installs Officers Sunshine Rebekah Lodge 9 will install officers Tuesday evening at the Workmen's Circle Auditorium, 25 Washington ave. To be installed are Mesdames Philip Biblo. noble grand; Joseph Krugman, vice 'grand; Dora Botwinik, recording secretary; Bernard Bauers, financial secretary; Irving Weiss, treasurer. Appointed officers are Mesdames Harry Yolles. flag bearer; Joseph A. Hart-, chaplain; Ben Teitel. warden; Charles Rothstein, conductor; and Joseph Rosenberg, junior past noble grand. Supporters to noble grand are Mrs. Harry Decky and Mrs. Lou Kreitzman. Other supporters include Mesdames Al Yatchie and Eva Taub, vice grand; Saul Thaler and Jennie Hahn, chaplain; Gertrude Rackoff and Joseph Reiger, junior past noble grand. Outside guardian is Loretta De* Presto. Mrs. Celia Winderbaum ia inside guardian. Mrs. Charles Dernis is musician. Temple Sinoi Ladies to Meet Regular monthly meeting of Temple Sinai Sisterhood will bej held at the Temple on Wednesday evening. January is Uniongram Month, and Uniongram News Plashes will be presented to the members. Mrs. Abe Milman is chairman. Proceeds are for the Youth, Education and Sisterhood (YES) Pund of the National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods. Prizes will be awarded for the most originally-dressed member,' representing occasions such as bon voyage, weddings, convalesence, confirmation, and graduation, etc. Mrs. Ralph Robbins is in charge! and directed by Sisterhood memof the program, which was written bers. 1 i • • Wallpapers f^ By Wallpaper Distributors FEATURE GLENDURA by IMPERIAL THE GOOD NEWS IS ALL TRUE! Lilyan Cortez Wallpaper Distributors 3800 N. Miami Ave. Miami 37, Fla. Phone PL 8-8791



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January 8. 1960 3e*lsh fhrldHain Page 13-A Services This Weekend BATH ISRAEL. 7W1 Carlyle ave. 00 nabbl !••• *v,T %  lm Saturday 8:J0 a.m. I >|ttlcal Reunion or Hplrlt.1., at ion?" Igerv.ilivf. Maxwell Silbarman, placet. DAVID 2435SWSrd ava. Con Itlve. R.ibbl Vaakov Roeenberg Itor William W Llpann l> m. hVrmon: "BynacoviM rr hii>— Two-Way Bridge." Sat; %  ,, m. Bar Mltavah: Hanry. M: Ruth Lucente. %  EL. 500 SW 17th ava. Orthodox. %  i Solomcr* ,Hiff. -.n p.m. Late service aerlre at • i" p.m. Sermon: "The Role Ci.iver Book "In Our L-lvea." ,\ > n > a.m. Bar Mltavah: I !" .n of Mr. and Mra. Jack j.y IcS, EMBTHTlttSO MW 2nd ava. aervativa. Rabbi David W. HerCantor Hyman Fein. r. p.m. Serraen: "Where | lion Benin?" Sbturday t •'The Joaeph) Btory— A <>, Hlem-hrM." ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Or. >x Rabbi M. LOsMa Rottman. JACOB. 301.311 Waehlnoton Orthodox. • Rabbi Tlbor Stern, kor Maurice Mamchee. i. Untvraay *:*) a.m. Th.Tenth Man of the New |:..r Mltavah: Philip, aon of fftPVfl Brnt>lnllln^Mkwr4"aaOTMHFa. Edith RAPHAEL. 130 NW Srd ave. bodox. TFILAH. M* Euclid ave. OrWT CANDLEUGH7ING TIME 8 Trwth — 5:27 pjn. m. TC? aA*tvv*?K"i2r3 TT T:T TIM nn ot m D-mx v^W nrtnif ntts 1 ? i^3 nownn-mtro 11 3Tj .n*# Tflft ^Qn^lfrt %  ^^'JtK>•;^ ? K ? ,O-3 pi ,nnn'? on o* watf (a i?r UTi; n .rax rSUTMN A Visit to Hath |th, the most southern settle|in Israel, celebrated its tenth lay some months ago. honour of the celebration we led—my wife and 1—to visit it. "bm the airport at Lydda we [for an hour and a quarter and lied Elath. I did not recognize lace. I saw streets and houses, I s and restaurants — a real "I remember," my wife said, pr trip to Elath shortly after establishment of the State. f you returned home you were letely covered with the dust h' road." fes. Then we traveled from heba to Elath in twelve s on a dirt road." the street we met many acmiances who had also come to celebration. Including our N Yosef from Tel Aviv. kliahed by Brit Ivrit Olamit) wJ,!! 0 ** 1 ,,? ,bbl U —* %  Recvovekv. Friday 5:15 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m. Sermon: -"United In Accord With the Torah Sermon nt 4:13 p.m.: "Conalderatlon for All/' CONGREGATION ET2 CHAIM. 408 lath tt Orthodox. Rabbi Chalm Karlinaky. ; „"*L WAY^JEWTSM CENTER P.O. Box 34--5S4, Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Friday *) p.m. at 840 8W ltth at. Sermon: "Flaahhack and Backlash" Saturday *:30 a.m. at 8375 SW l-',(h nt. liar Mltavah. Bernard, aon of Mr. and Mra. Henry Bekkera. JADE HEIOHT8 CENTER. 1S1C0 NW 2nd ave Conaervative. Cantor Emanual Mandel. r"LAOLER-ORANADA SO NW Slat pi. Conaervative. Rabbi Bernard Shottr. Cantor Fred Bernoteln. Friday 5 and 8:1.', p.m. Sermon: "The • iol.len Rule*." Saturday I a.m. Bar Mltavah: Harrabey, eon of Mr. and Mra. Joel Friedman. FT. LAUDEROALLMANU-EL. 1S01 E. Andrewa ave. Reform. Rabbi Marius Raneon. Cantor SharWin Levin*. —•— HEBREW ACADEMY. IIS Sth at. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander Oreaa. HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1150 W. SSth at_. Palm ave. HOLLYWOOO TEMPLE SINAI. S030 Polk it. Conaervative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Hcilbraun a ISRAELITE CENTER. S17S SW 25th tar. Conaervative. Rabbi Morton Malavtky. Canter Louie Cohen. Friday 5:15 and • :' p m. Barmon: "la Ufa nn Empty Pr.-am?" Ratur.lay a.m. liar Mltavah: Allan, aon of .Mr. and Mra. Ihxvi.l r.,njaiiiln, a-bo wUI be hoKta at Friday rvenlnf Orrej Hhabbat. KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield Cantor Abraham Seif. Friday G.30 and S:3 p.-m. Sermon: "Jewish Book Month— Kya Saturday 8:30 a in. Bermoni "When Brather Meata BrotMr." MIA^MI HEBREW CONOREOATION. 1101 SW 12th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi B Herachell Seville. Cantor Joaeph Salxmin. Fr"da> 5.20 p.m L*l aarvico • ser^aa (or winter heaeon oam at :3o P.m. Seranon: "Dynainka in Judaism." Onea; .Shahbat hoata: Mr. and Mra. Abraham Tp<>l. Sat unlay a.m. Sermon: "A True Perspective." •—— MONTICELLO PARK. 164th at. and NE 11th ave. Conaervative. Rabbi Max Lipahitx. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirachenbaum. Friday 1:11 and 8:15 P.m. Sermon •Taklnf the InitiatlveX*'Rahrrtlar a.m. Bar Mltavah: Haar. aon of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Blotnaeii. Jeffrey. aon of Mr. and Mrs. Joaeph I'orf. NORTH DADE CENTER. 13630 W. Dixie hwy. Conaervative. Rabbi Hanry Okoliea. Friday I:IS p.m. sVrmon: "Po We Need More Religion "" Saturday 9 a.m. NORTH SHORE CENTER. SSO TMh at Conaervative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitr. Cantor Edward Klein Frldav :30 p.m. Sermon: "Solomon th.Klnx" Saturday a.m. Bar Mltavah: Sandy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert liiliar; l.ee. aon of Ml. :n> I Mra Hlmon, I'rum.in. KUD: "Weekly Portion." — • —. SOUTHWEST CENTER. S438 SW Sth at. Conaervative. Rabbi Maurice i Klein. Frldav :3D p.m. Sermon: "Man a mal IMIemma." BnUiaday •> ajo. i s. t III on: "waakly Portion.' TKMPLE ADATH*YSif44JROrf %  4tfjj> Collins Ave. Rabbi Jonah. Caplan. Friday l:ts p.m. Siiturfmr 9 am Sermon: "Brotherly Love Aa> the Jew *•* It." TEMPLE BETH AM. 5M0 N. Kendall dr.. 8 Miami. Reform Raobl Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner Frldav MS p.m. Sermdn: "The Laat ,tnr) ; Mn" Satur.lav 10 a.m. Baa Mltavah Bobbi. daughter of Mr. and Mra. Harry Delnon TEMPLE BETH EL. 1S45 Polk at. Hollywood. Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. Friday 8:IS p.m. Sermon: "Herman Wouk'a •This la My OodV TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe at Conaervative Rabbi Samuel Lerer. Cantor Erneei Schrelber. Friday 8 p.m. Bar Mltavah: Charlee. on of Mr and Mra. Milton Kller. Saturday a.m. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chaa* eve. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kroniaa Cantor Davio Convlear. Friday :IS p.m. Sermon: "Food for Peace." Saturday 1:45 a.m. TEMPLE BNArSHOLOM 1SS0O NW 22nd ave. Conservative. R*l Sheldon Edwards. Cantor Ben Cross hero TEMPLE BMA"NUEL. 1701 Waahlnten ave. Cenaervative. Rabbi Irvlns Lehrman. Cantor Israel Reich. Friday :S0 p.m. Inlt-d Fund Sabbath. Oueat aiK-aker. Sen >'rry*". Cain, preaidrnl of the I nlted Fund of lN.de County Rabbi Uhrmsr,i to rniNind. Hsuurday a.m. wnif-a. "Weekly portion Bar Mltavah: V. UKeeping track of the sale of tickets for the 12th annual Hebrew Academy dinner scheduled for Jan. 24 at the Fontainebleau hotel are dinner chairman Wolfie Cohen (seated), Hebrew Academy president B. I. Binder (standing left), and Raymond Rubin, vice president and founder. Mrs. Jennie Grossinger is co-chairman of the dinner. v %  '_ Harry Golden to Address Beth Am Dinner for Israel Bonds on Jan. 24 Temple Beth Am will hold its first annual Israel Bond dinner I Sunday evening. Jan. 24, at the Temple, it was announced by Rabbi Herbert M. Baumgard on Wednesday. Ouest speaker will be Harry Golden, author of "Only in America" and "For 2f Plain." The dinner committee is headed by Herman Feldman, 6201 Castanedo, chairman, and Lewis Gillis, 400 Blanca. co-chairman. Other officers of the dinner committee are DattfJ J. Light, honorary chairman: Mrs. Lewis Gillis. arrangements chairman; Marvin Koffman, Men's Club president: Mrs. Maurice Steinberger. Sisterhood president; and Rabbi Baumgard. Gal dan, in addition to attaining long-standing status on the batt-aeller lists as an author, is editor and publisher of ths Carolina Israelite. Rotund and bespectacled. Golden has been ati" institution in Charlotte, N.C., since his arrival in 1939 from New York, where his father was a reporter on the Jewish Daily Forward. A social historian by interest and training. Golden says he was, drawn initially to Charlotte I'because I felt that one of the most, profound chapters in the development of the country was being written in the South. "The scope of that story has not intimidated me." declares the publisher-author, who has advanced some plans to "solve" the problem jof integration. The Golden Vertical Plan is based on the thesis that problems arise only when Negroes sit down with whites. He proposes that in schools the seats be removed and the pupils of both races stand at Yivo Forum Will Open Saturday Yivo Forum, sponsored by the Greater Miami Yivo committee, opens its ninth season Saturday, 1 in. nt the MkSMe B*>*h Public School, 1420 Washington ave. The series will be a regular Saturday feature at the same time and place, running for 14 weeks. Lectures will deal with contemporary Jewish life. Speakers include Bezalel Sherman, noted sociologist; Prof. Moshe Shulvass, of the School of Jewish Studies of Chicago; Dr. Heszel KJepfisz, Hebraist and educator; Aaron Zeitlin, poet; and Menashe linger, among others. Opening the series will be Bezalel Sherman, authority on minority groups in America. Sherman is author of "Jews and Other Ethnic Groups in the United States,' as well as of many important works on the economic and social life of the Jews in America. Sherman will discuss "Problems of World Jewry." Brandeis Club To Hear Lecture "Congressional Investigations or Inquisitions?" will be the topic of an address by Dr. Leonard W. Levy, dean of the graduate school of Brandeis University, when he speaks to members and guests of the Greater Miami Brandeis University Club this Saturday. The lecture, first in a series by Brandeis faculty members heralding the observance of the university's 12th anniversary ^'U De given at 8:15 in the Veranda room of the Saxony hotel. The sorias will include audience participation and a completeevening of refreshments end cards, according to Dr. Stanley Fronting, president of the club. Dr. Levy is a Guggenheim Fellow and nationally prominent authority in the field of civil risbU and civil liberties. His new book, 'Legacy of Suppression: Freedom of Speech and Press in American History." will be published by the Harvard University Press this sprng. HAK8r GOLDtH desks like those that bookkeepers once used. Another is his "borrowa-child" plan. He reasons that since a Negro accompanying a white child is seldom barred from any restricted area, the solution is merely for Negroes to borrow a white child when, for example, they wish to attend a theaier. Monticello Park Reopens Bids Building committee of Monticello Park Congregation this week reopened bads for the construction of its new facilities. Reopening followed the committee's revision of plans, according to an announcement Wednesday. Monticello's cash campaign was extended an additional 30 days to accommodate the new schedule. George Katzman is building chair man. assisted by Ray Bookman. Late Friday Services Open Miami Hebrew Congregation this week announced the opening of its I960 season of late Friday night services and Oneg Shabbat.The program, in the main sanctuary, will include Hebrew and English prayers, responsive readings, congregational singing, and Bible selections. Rabbi Herschell Saville will de. liver a sermon on "Dynamics in Judaism." and Cantor Joseph Salzman will chant the liturgy. Oneg Shabbat will follow in the social hall, featuring Israeli and Sabbath melodies, as well as a question and answer period. Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Topol will act as hosts for the first Oneg Shabbat. Ham. eon of Mr. and Mr.. Irvine rWn: Hennett. son of Mr. and Mra. Louis Spector. TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE tSth at Reform. Rabbi Joaeph R. Naret Cantor Jacob Bornstein Frldav :15 |>.m. Sermon by AsMetant Rabbi BUM B l'llnlok: "Are Tou Interested In PrnphetaT %  e TEMPLE JUOEA. J Palermo ave Liberal. Rabbi Morria Shop. CantoHerman Gottlieb. p.m Sermon: "Ben Hur — WateryPlus Imae-lnatlon." Ksim-I^ Mlnion.ilre service B-m. Teini" vice 10:11) a.m. Her Mltavah: Btt-ven, son of Mr. and Mra. Barnard Rein. TEMPLB NER TAMIO. BOth at. am Tatum Waterway. Medern Tradl tlenal. Rabbi Eugene LaboviU. Can tar Samuel Oomberfl. TEMPLE SINAI NO. MIAMI. 12101 NE 1Mb ave. Reform. Rabbi Bennc M. Wallach. l-Ylday S.1S p m. Hermnn: The Morality ca* Birth O— B e t TEMPLE TIFERBTH JACOB. SSI a-lamlnqe Way. Cenaervative. Rabb> Lee Helm. 'Friday S:13 P-"iSermon: "When Bro,there Renew Ac<|ualnance.' Onea >: Mr and Mra. Abraham QOOS, Saturday 9 a.m. TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th at. Conaervative. Rabbi Alfred., Waxman. Cantor Jscob Coidfarb Ftida) 1:10 p.m. Sermon: "Reunion." Saturdnv Sam. liar Mltavah: An.li. n "f Mrs. A. File son of Mr and Mra. Samuel Shavln. TIFERETH ISRAEL. SBOO N. Miam ave Conaervative. Rabbi Harry L. Lawrence Cantor Albert Olanta PrtSaW IM I' m Rellgt'.lta echool .tu. will officiate Barmon: liirltuae of thr t'onaresatlon." Onea; ShaMiai boat a: Rabid and Mra. Harry' lavrrnrr. In txnnr of the birthday .t tht-ii BOB, Sht-Mi.n. Saturday a.m. e — TORAH TEMPLE. 1254 Weet ave Traditional. Rabbi Abraham Caaael YOUNG ISRAEL. B*0 NE 171st at. Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Btauber. e rAMORA JEWISH CENTER. 44 Za men ave. Conservative. Rabbi B. Leen Hurwlta. Cantor Mayer Qieaer. Frld.i in. Sermon"Kina I m.ni—His Life and Times." a.m. Sermon: "Weekly Petti Golda Airs Suez; Off to Africa Continued from PeflO %  • help finance this country's Joeden River project. Thet loan had, roportedly, been promised by Washington which, however, he* taken no action to implement the promise. Mrs. Meir left for Africa for another tour of several African capitals, which> she visited a year ago. She will attend the ceremonies marking the independence of the Cameroons. and will represent Israel at the inauguration of President Tubman of Liberia. After two weeks in Africa, Mrs. Meir will return home via Europe where, a Foreign Ministry spokesman said, "she will spend a day or two in Western European capitals."



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Friday. January 8, 1960 •Jewish rhrkJUam Page 3-8 Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rabinowitz surrounded by their grandchildren on the occasion of his 70th birthday celebration New Year's Day at the Martinique hotel. Standing (left to right) are Linda Rabinowitz, Francine Goldstein, Marilyn Zallea. Mr. and Mrs. Stuart (Diane) Wasserstrom, of Columbus, O., Roberta Rabinowitz, Norma Rabinowitz, Barbara Zallea. Seated are Alice Rabinowitz, Steven Goldstein and Janet Sue Rabinowitz. Susan Wagner Is Sweet Sixteen Susan Wagner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Wagner, NE li'.'.th dr., N. Miami Beach, will celebrate her gweet sixteen birthday party at Use Singapore hotel on Friday evening. The affair will be Luau style. Miss Wagner is a student at North Miami High. Attending the party will be: .Joan Gilbert, Cookie Click, Sandy Solomon, Roberta WacMel, Carol Clifton Mona Lowe, Kay Lobel, Jill Jackman, Joanne Danowsky. Linda Post Susan Lchrman, Bonnie Mandel, Leslie Tabb, Stefi Tabb, Bonnie Smith, Bonnie Brickman. Vicki Hirsch. Judd Gilbert. Monte Lee, Kenny Zinner, David Sigmund, Jeff Voluck, Richard Koenig, Richard Kclton, Jeff Kanov. Joe Wand. Joe Peiken. Don Perlin. Neil Roma, Alan Risman, Elis Kohn. Jerry Rochfelsen, and Cliff Siegel. MISS StfSAM WACNfl Marriage Counselor Speaks Miami marriage counselor and Jewish Floridian columnist Samuel Kling spoke Monday before members of the North Dade Jewish Center Sisterhood on "What is Happening to the American Family?" Mrs. Fred Blank is Sisterhood president. Mrs. Henry Gilbert was program chairman. Rabinowitz Feted At 70th Birthday New Year's Day, 1960, was the occasion for a family dinner at the Martinique hotel honoring the 70th birthday of Jacob Rabinowitz. Mr. and Mrs. Rabinowitz, who are also marking their 48th wedding anniversary this month, were hosted by their children and intimate friends, which also saw their 11 grandchildren pay the couple honor. Rabinowitz came to Miami from Philadelphia in 1944. He and his sons operate the Miami Diamond Center. He is also active in the Combined Jewish Appeal. The couple's four children are Mr. and Mrs. David (Marcia) Rabinowitz, Mr. and Mrs. Morris (Laura) Rabinowitz, and Mr. and Mrs. Sol (Goldie) Goldstein, all of Miami, and Mr. and Mrs. Sol (Tan ya) Zallea, of Wilmington, Del. Tifereth Jacob Rummage Sale Temple Tifereth Jacob Sisterhood will hold its regular monthly rummage sale at Stevens Market. 27th ave. and 62nd St., Miami, on Tuesday, beginning at 8 a.m. Friday at 830 Direct from the WTVJ Newsroom EYEWITNE55 1959 CHASE %  O %  R A L tyoifafokb UCSJNMS StsriKMTM Past Year! RALPH RENICK Moderator COMPANION WANTED By semi-invalid widow, to do light housework and cooking. Will have own room in pleasant homo, in lovely section of Miami near the Gables, spacious grounds. $40 weekly. CALL HI 8-8695 For Appointment ROOM FOR RENT In Privet* Pleas*. 740 tfttk St, MJ. Fit fer kiee. New Oceae, twin set*, kitcfcM %  rfclkees, perkkti, $30 wk. Phone UN 6-1746 PRACTICAL NURSE went* CMVIIMCMI swtieat. Privet* core fc> her ewe apt., ee Ise ch JE 2-2208 LARGE ROOMING HOUSE FOR SALE niniiskos, H tosses* wWfl.. *f Mff# fcfCBMt, R**lrt*9, ii % •! J*ffirWel Av#. r RRvB. CANNON WHITE PERCALE SHEETS 72x108 or fitted, reg. 2.79 63x108 single, /eg. 2.59 s 81x108 or fitted double, reg 3.19 .._ 90x108 x-wide double, reg. 3.59 108xl22'/2 king size, reg. 6.98 76x76 dual size, reg. 6.98 39x80 reg. 3.19 72x120 Pillow cases, 42x38 Mi Bolster case, 42x54 1.99 1.99 2.29 2.49 B.49 6.49 2.29 2.59 .59 .99 BLANKETS CHATHAM ORION*, twin size 1 2.88 BLANKETS CHATHAM ORLON*, double size 14.81 MATTRESS COVER, twin zlppered 2 .98 MATTRESS COVER, double zippered 3 .49 MATTRESS COVER, fitted twin 1 .98 MATTRESS COVER, fitted double 2 .49 DAMASK DINNER SET, cloth, 8 napkins 7.99 HIBISCUS CLOTH, 52x70, reg 5.98 4 .79 QUILTED COTTON COVERLET, twin or dbl. 7 .99 TUCO BED BOARDS, twin 30x60 4 .99 TUCO BED BOARDS, 3/4 size 5 .99 TUCO BED BOARDS, double size7 .99 BATH RUGS, ZEFRAN** 24x36, reg. 6.98 4 .75 BATH RUGS, ZEFRAN" 27x48, reg. 9.98 7 .75 BATH LIDS, ZEFRAN" rag. 2.98 2 .25 BLANKET, ACRILAN*" by Fieldcrest, 72x90 9.B8 Domestics and Linens, fourth floor miami. At all five Burdine's store*. lr*d*m*rtc for du Pont acrylic fiber •• Z*fran it tha acrylic fib*r mad* by tha Down CHamical Company •••Acrylic f.bar by Ch*mi.rar>d TAKE ADVANTAGE OF BIG WHITE SALE SAVINGS! LET YOUR CREDIT HELP YOU SAVE NOW ... USE YOUR REGULAR CHARGE OR PBA PAY LATER SHOP TONIGHT AND MONDAY NIGHT AT MIAMI, MIAMI REACH Til f 1**ra STRUT, FT. LAUDCRDALE, WEST PAiM REACH Ttl *:30 SHOP BY PHONE CALL PR 3-1111



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r Page 2-B Two New Heinz Kosher Recipes Feature Latest Tomato Soup With Rice Product Two tasty recipes, using the newest ol the kosher soups from the House of Heinz, Tomato Soup with Rice, bear the S scal ,ne Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America on its bright red label. Try them soon: Stuffed Eggs in Tomato Ssuct 6 hard cooked eggs 1 tblspn chopped green pepper 1 tblspn chopped onion 1 can (10 3 4 ounces) HeinzP) Condensed Tomato with Rice Soup, undiluted. Vi cup dry cottage cheese 1 tspn salt 1 tblspn vegetable shortening 1/3 cupmilk Heat oven to 350 degrees F. (moderate). Cut eggs*in half lengthwise; remove yolks and mash. Add cheese, green pepper and salt to yolks; mix well. Re-fill egg whites and place in baking dish (eight inches by eight inches by two inches). Saute onion in shortening until transparent; stir in soup and milk. Pour around stuffed eggs. Bake 25 minutes Serve over hot buttered rice, garnish with paprike and parsley. Makes six servings. Spanish Rice 1 medium onion, sliced 1 tblspn vegetable shortening 1 can (10 s 4 ounces) Heinz[ Condensed Tomato with Rice Soup, diluted with an equal quan tity of water. 1 tspn salt 1/3 cup chopped green pepper Ms cup rice Saute onion and green pepper in shortening until onion is transparent. Add rice and stir. Add remaining ingredients. Cover and simmer for 30 minutes, stirring frequently. Makes four servings. with the you \ KNOW KuSHER & MORE PEOPLE USE refreshing, calorie-lree MhS -, Sugarine SWEETER THAN SUGAR YET NO FOOD VALUE I Recommended by doctors lw \ diabolic*. over *fiF,Ms and lo cal' one diets. Use for beverages, desserts, cooking. Pure. Com. pletely harmless. 4 ei. 7St GUAIUNlliO NON UTIIHIH6 AT FOOD STORES EVERYWHERE Debutante Ball Scheduled Here Second annual Debutante Cotillion Ball will be sponsored by Dade Heights Jewish Congregation on Feb. 6 at the Deauville hotel. To be .represented are Temple Tifereth Jacob. Tifereth Israel. Peth Emeth, Southwest Jewish Center, Temple Zion, Flagler-Granada, Ccral Way Jewish Center, North Dade Jewish Center, and Monticello Park. Young ladies between 15 and 18 are eligible to register by Jan. 10. Ball co-chairmen are Mrs. E. Samuel and Mrs. A. Feinberg. I mm '• Mci-* Kahancr fashion Show Mollie Kahancr Sisterhood of Monticelio Park Congregation will hold its annual fashion show Jan. 19 al the Hollywood Beach hotel. i n'fashions will be by Milgrim's. Men's fashions are by Andrew's Ltd. Chairmen are Mrs. Arthur Snydcr and Mrs, Jack Lazar. Most Observant Housewives Do Baking At Home, Unique Panel Pol! Reveals ,ew.sh women who-mamtamp b.klg ( ) ^ m mbers of kosher home still do a good deal ot euro JJ^rtooda did home bak.ng occasionally.32 replied that Endings of the second poH of the JJ-J-"^ -^^ sllch tosher Consumer Advisor) I ami, in ,, qllt n tly." three panelMrs. Arthur Federman. of edar-. hakmj ." ,;nu| flve rcplie d uirst, N. Y.. cha.rman oTthe 100> • "" ^ .voman panel, has reported. m ^ TcSZ U Women" store and whether as a result of nch a "e a naiona. associate of asking the store^ereelter stockSisterhoods of such congregations., ed .hat kosher P roduct •he panel members and alternates Forty-six panelists replied trial verc selected in a manner to as, hey a sked occasionally, 30 saia ure representation of all major tnPV a sked frequently, 11 said Jewish communities in the United ,hcv asked rarely, and 13 reported 5ta tes thev never asked. Fifty-four panel_ Another finding of the second ists said they obtained the desired not. was that such shoppers in results by their requests. Sateen growing numbers are asking groj panelists said the requests did not eery store managers for kosher induce store managers to order the items they want to buy and that requested kosher products. Seven they are getting such products reported that after the "-quests stocked in the stores through their were made, the itOTM stocked the requests. requested kosher products, • %  someMrs. Federman reported that, in t lmesreply to the question, "Do jron j make your own baked goods at Art Teacher to Speak home?" 51 panelists replied they did so. "frequently," and 36 reported that they baked "occasionally." Eleven reported they did PVenin( ;l hp hamr „[ Hn, Sol such baking "rarely," and two reMpvprs0 „ 742 o SW 135th st. Jerry Smith Miami chapter of Women's American OUT will meet Tuesdaj Friday. January 8, lggg Slimnastics for Women j A new series in sllmnastics f 0 adult women will be offered at the Miami Beach YMHA Branch of Tl,, Greater Miami Jewish Community i Center, 1536 Bay rd. Classes will be held each Monday morning at 10 a.m.. beginning Jan. 12, under the direction of Samuel Fleischer I physical education instructor. plied "never." Meyerson, 7420 sw 135th st. Jerrj Frankel. of the University of Mi The panelists were also asked, ami art department, will be guesl "Would you say that members of speaker. Pioneer Women Clubs to Meet Mrs. Shirley Queen, president o(| Golda aleir Club Pioneer Women.! announces the first regular meetl ing of I960 Tuesday, 8 p.m., A Beth El Congregation, 500 SW l7t B | ave. Mrs. Isaac Pushkin, culturachairman, will report on current events. Social hour following th< meeting will be hosted by the Mes_ dames Sam Opitow, Jack Victor! and Isidor Gerstein. • • • Kadimah chapter, Mrs. Marvli Copenhagen, president, is rcsuml ing its cultural program with MrJ Leo Goldman in charge. The cull ural group will meet on Monday,! a p.m.. at the home of Mrs. Albertl Shkoler, 2346 SW 21st ter. On Thursday evening, Jan. hj a regular meeting will be held itl Beth El Congregation. Mrs. LouiJ Silver, program chairman, aa nounces that Miami attorney Rich ard Altshuler will be guest speak er in a talk on "Wills and People. 1 Mrs Shkoler,American affa chairman, will also speak. NEW DAIRY MEAL TREAT! bravo! tr'avo! bravisslmol Italian-style! PHYLLIS WOLFF says, Ah-h-h... Kasha! It^KASHA w or nnnrfiAl A "halmishe" standby ... for old-timy good Kasha Varneshkes, Kasha Knishes, and other treats. Less than 2c a serving 1 Ako •njoy Wolr.Crtomy Ktrnch (grit,) Wo/r Ko.ha 'N' Gravy .. WoWi Korfm Soup, Send for FREE KASHA COOK BOOKi FHYLUS WOLFF, P.nn Yon, few York KASHA MEANS%\ •*ow N HIIIIII V TV <.|| AM. I MO V CHEF BOY-AR-DEE* CHEESE RAVIOLI THE MARVELOUS MEATLESS MEAL THAT'S JEADY TO HEAO'EAT! For your family, your gueats...for your' very next dairy lunch or supper... famed Chef Boy-Ar-Dee has captured %  real Italian flavor in this new Cheese Ravioli feast! Just heat...and here'a What you •erve! 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V 2 V i) I s ( i< \ t h S a u Paqe 2 A *J(ml*tnr**#*r Friday. January 8, H Israel Raps Nazi Resurgence Continued MM Page 1-A Hrted iii.'i Nailint IWI mow MI lorotu lodaj than ii<'" lha mow in.in MM emerged lo povPel In 1833, because iini• are thousands ul offlten and offlclali >ii Oar man) tpdal "who ire. Nail ridden in ihr daptni" Justice Mtnlatar Roaan toM HM Rneaaet thai itio Israel lovarn in.nl .nui peoplt ">'i.' "aanaltlva mi.I alert" I.' IOJ ..IcM-lopnu-iits ibroad iffectlni id.Jewish pan pla ii.' tatd -ill Israeli diplomatic i.'i'i I 'M'III.IIIN .-> ibroad had ban Inalrurlad lo report M develop meats and official and popular re. actions wii.n .til tin' informaUoa istudied be added, "the laraal >:..\ el iinu'iii ill not Tin" Justice Mtnlatar MM ihrrv grounds Far luaptrUw thai an Internal tonal organisation existing MI central Qannany, <>i U loealad elsewhere using the Qacman lang Mia, .iv active ta toordtnaiinj i he anti-Semitic acts m i number Ul : %  :: • Pajticiixiting in the lighting of candles at a special Chanuka party hold by Senior Citixens Fiiendship Club of the Southwest YMHA Brandt of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Centei aie deft to tighO Bill Heyman. Marcel Propper, Mrs. Gerund* RapraUk, and Samuel Goldstein. This group for senior otisens meets on Wednesday afternoons at 2 p.m. Also participating in the Chanuka program were Mrs. Sarah Moses. Mis. Mary Nelson Mrs, Florence Rosenbaum. Mrs. Eva WyDxn Mis" Qara Shoulson, Mrs. Mae Smith, and Mrs. Sonja S:vwo L0NGDISTANC1 MOVERS .• ,, •' > rk.Mf^kM *ahNn*i* Wo i*t* t*tHm ll #M>M ftmH. DIAL JE tt$$i M. Lieberman & Sons ass couaw avt. NHAAM MACN Capitol Jews Unconcerned Nktvi Jwot* I RexkorsAy **J MKaUN AVI. MUM tU Jl l-US aOt ^vcvsr PROS ftyj Continued from Pig* l-A well i* avid for publicity. It w*vW be ill-edvited ind • di* %  > .c* to Ne Jewish community to take HI* >t*pt that would iftrd him Kh publicity or the rvdlic platform ho so doiporltol> seek* v-:; Dojfl l<-swe ci .r had i ream Navj attitude in twetl as full-ftedted rvaaarsa ^MTicrr aftor bMOlv Sal J,-: \ | ,s lie. NaT] ed that K.vlwvH. a* a nrsen permitted fre* speevtT aei >>htK-al Mjiters. Bat the issue **> S bl APL aj aa* af aaewal mstabatR; aad rec*iviMaMalm vVri ""lTbantaai IM dinwMv. bad dMembed ;* WtV<$ M Tbe %  : U-MW uhj uwelMa* *** ta =•*? i d< TV Ros-tC prvcvtjaaata a d (he defianl advocacy of Naifaaented b) the assertion tht • <• :" shortlj .ui\' you .'<• ar, likf the A charso ws made that the N ai m, the NAACP, .irun b> Jean and that n> president j> as .. tpulsive lookinj V'w Varil Kike a> you avet a.citatr and |Md" the No %  MM to \io.. BtU 'this %  aaa not mean we should hate or injure the Sesro The Negro, Oka the innocent, isnorant victim rf the JewA'ommunist plot to >li> araj a a ir e and raongrrhxe all of us so wr can be OMatl I'ommuniied aad ceaquered Cantor. Oritt Will Head Delegation To Bond Confab i let A Cantor and SamifPI flflll. general chairmen of the GwJ Miami Israel Honrl rommillee. will bead this area's delegation to the utional planning conference in, Nee York of the board of govern ors and cvecutive committee of tbe Israel Bond Organization beKinninfi Friday, Jan. 15. Cenpalfffl plans for the sale of Israel Bonds in I960, which will | mark the tenth year of the Israel ; Bond drive, will be idopted at the three day conference, to take place at the Biltmore hotel in New York. In dtitribing the purpose of the pluming meeting. Dr. Joseph J. Schwirtx, national vice president of the Israel Bond Organliation, stressed the important part which Israel Bonds must play in Israel's program o* economic development. "The 1960 campaign will mark the tenth year of the Israel Bond drive," Dr. Schwartz said. "In the I period since Prime Minister Ben Gurion Came to the United States to launch the Israel Bond camjpaign in 1951. bonds have been decisive in enabling Israel to achieve historic advances in every sector of her economy. "Ai tba Israel Bond drive enters It] tenth year, it has already enrolled more than 1,000.000 I become firmly established ;is the most important single Beach 4fforCf in Talk Attorney Burnett Roth ws speaker at ameeting V/edne__ of the Miami Beach Zionist Lune con Club in the Ritz Plaza hot Subject *r "Antl-DeramatU League and Its Influence on \ t rael." Carrent events roundup presented by Dr. Abraham |_ son. Jack Fishman red a commu nily singing session. Josh RephuJ was toastmaster. instrument in Itrael's economic i velopment. The fact that Isr Bonds have been utilized so ductivcly in Israel, and that Ii Bonds have grown more and popular each year, augurs well (o the success of the 1960 campaign,' Dr. Schwartz aald. mi INSTALL GLASS PM aCTOnr rrnn>\t $rei recarr run urn ar—oai tus N*^re ?. a>r.Ar aw--s md Ba aA. a n eW tairidh L 1 G. SUSS AND MOMOt WOLKS INLAIIN avi M. -rn IJJ SCIENTIFIC PEST CONTROL mm A JL SINCI 1901 ran iNsaicriON 1 3-3411 PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. %  $ Lrtaliaj ImrtaJ Dtl#r$ %  *>• Ml A JWL ^L?S eWiCt Prescript MR Specia/isf $ NOW IN TWO MOD* RN A IK-COMHttOHtB, IMAROtO IUCM L0UTI0NS mOtt PAMMt if AC I coan/ftrhHrr re Butts 350 LINCOLN ROAD Phono Jl 8-7425 Entr. Washioftoa Aaa. Metramat 728 LINCOLN MAO Phono JE I 0749 OCUliSTS' PNtSCMPTIONS flll'D C0MTACT LENSES THE YIV0 FORUM 9th SEASON WILL OPEN SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, at 8 P.M. NEW QUARTERS Miomi Bench Public School, 1420 Washington Avft^ WLB. Guest Speaker: BEZALEL SHERAAAN laaJaJajlit and Authority on Minority Oroepe fa flaHlltj SOtJKT: "PROBLEMS OF JEWRY WORLD OVER" Tat YIVO FORUM i, seee.ered a, fbe Certer M m CaaaaaHfe. "Progioaalna with Our Many SatUfied CueKwnora" AN0TMU LOCATION FOR TOUR COaWOaaMlt l C0ULT0N BROS. "^"•"Awr-.-riAT--row m-Noil Corol Woy t S.W. 27th Av. S40 S.W. Iff. St RIVERSIDE MEMORIAI CHAPEL WN1NAL DIRECTORS Phone JE 1-1151 WRNi BMCN IMa w.., "'" AI i ..,.., MIAMI w "' ""• l —' "'. Avenue HI Mai AMr AmboUnc. | #rvU# aa Slisahejaa ... W.WaW?U^ Na*Vo.k ; &f „,!, 4A....,.,.,.,,



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CAUSEWAY !5il .& MJGUST BROS Rvt Is the BEST 3 NAMES ^ %  M^1^^ £ pitality of lovely Debbie Reynolds ^ *^ !" t0 £ twinkling months ago, are returning the ^*gff£££ skiing, and Al star at their Miami Beach manse, ^^^.y,, towing the : has been busy manipulating h.s boat over local waierw b,0n t.ZrSno ff whose Optimist Little League M -. .ndependents. finished second ir["•*££. ,^her-in-law, Latest husband-andwife team in local r.alty field ar. ae y a Republican C?ub. Richard Brice is its first president, and other off, cef; ar H F Silverman. secretary, and E. E. Bronston. treasurer ^ Sen the Florida Assn. of Realtors holds its inaugura Icon^non r>,i„n^n Tan R and 9 Mrs Alma R. Tenenbaum. of Miami Beacn. wil^ttiS ".!.' President of the Rea.tor Women's Council a, mJjLfff^ffi ^ „ dir eU>r „ omi t r *Adams Engineering Co. He fill, the vacancy left by the late Herbert R Adam., victim of an airline, crash. With completion of a 612-unit apartment slated for next December occupying the site of the former Flamingo hotel, the Bay rd. and Wes ave area, south of Lincoln rd. will be occupied by almost five percent of the total Miami Beach year-round population. The nearby Southgate apts., numbering more than 500 units, together with the new Bay rd. structure will house over 2,500 persons. The installation ceremony of the Miami Beach Board of Realtors will be held at the Deauville on Jan. 21. Co-chairmen of the banquet committee are Max Lipsky and Ed Osher. •K + BOTH SIDES OF THE BAY: The Miami Beach Women's Unit of United Cerebral Palsy is sponsoring the opening night performance of "My Fair Lady" Feb. 2 at M.B. Auditorium. Admission is by donation. Mrs. Bernard D. Kaplan, chairman of the affair, is in charge of tickets, and is assisted by co-chairman Mrs. Arthur Marks. "Come to the Dance," the play having its premiere at Coconut Grove Playhouse, closes Sunday. On Tuesday, Arlene Francis, the sparkling TV personality, makes her stage bow there in "Tonight at 8:30," a Noel Coward opus, appearing with James Mitchell, Laurinda Barrett, Mary Cooper, A. J. Herbert, Nancy Devlin and Terry Green. The star is the wife of Broadway director Martin Gabel. The Socialites of Miami, new social group with clubhouse on 79th *t. causeway, ha. organized a tpecial weekend at en oceanfront Miami Beach hotel for single member.. Reasonably priced, the package includes dining, entertainment, room and other facilities for three days and two night*. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kasdin, and their sons Scott, 6, and Niesen, 5. among the many local families enjoying Martha Raye's dinner show at her Copa City. Other familiar faces seen there: Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Karden, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Auslander, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becher, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Munchik, Councilman Bernard Frank and his lovely singing spouse, Marion Colby. Liberace, with a brand new act, is holding forth at the Deauville ; Casanova room this week. Jane Kean, assisted by Ron Fletcher, is the headliner at the Eden Roc Pompeii room. Margaret Piazza make, her return to the La Ronde of the Fontainebleau. In the Boom Boom room there, Pupi Campo and hi. popular mu.ic men continue to hold forth. The all-new fourth edition of "Havana Mardi Gras" has finally made its long-awaited appearance at the Lucerne Club Chalet, starring Diosa Costello. The stage has been widened and deepened to handle the biggest cast of the long-run hit revue to date. On Monday. Ruth Foreman launches her original drama of juvenile delinquents, "Dino," adapted from the hit TV play, which starred Sal Mineo. It will begin a three-week engagement at her Studio M MOVIE TALK: "Operation Petticoat," going into its third week, has :roken all combined box office and attendance records at the Carib Miami and Miracle Theaters. The Cary Grant-Tony Curtis starrer will be followed by the Rita Hayworth-Tony Franciosa melodrama, "Story on Page One." ... The giant spectacle movie of all time, "Ben Hur is doing capacity buisness at the Lincoln Theatre on the Beach Israeli beauty, Haya Harareet, is expected in town for personal appearances this week. She plays opposite Charlton Heston in the title role DINING OUT: Andy Gustafson and family spotted at his favorite restaurant, the Bonfire, enjoying the prime beef. Harry Ritz, of the Ritz Brothers, saying hello to old friend Al Goldman, while supping on the Cantonese specialty, Moo Goo Guy Pan at Fu Manchu. %  Michel'., of Normandy Isle, reporting record party bu.ines, for th., time of year, espe.ci.tly engagement. .„* Bar Mitzv.h function, Tennessee Williams, the eminent playwright, never fails to make IftUVS e Cand,elight ,nn whenever he s in lown a ; *jiRisrs asr* ikc i,s many -* %  ar.l!. 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Friday. January 8. 1960 is s a u 1< Page 4-A Jewish Floridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor RAY ISRAEL BUREAU 202 Ben Yehuda — Tel Aviv. Israel U BINDER C orrespondent Repeating Past Mistakes UN Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold is ready to try what has tailed more than once before—personal diplomacy with Egypt s dictate: Nasser. The Suez Canal problem has gone from bad to worse. The Dcnish freighter Inge Toft still lar.ruishes at Port Said because its captain reruses to succumb to Egyptian demands. This is a direct outcome of the United Nations fcilure to impress Nasser with the idea that the ca.-.ai must be cpen to shipping of all nations —including Israel s. Instead of c persistent UN policy there has been only equivocation. Pert "of this equivocation was marked by Hammcrskjcki s last rip tc Cairo during which he sought to straighten out the Inge Tcft affair. The Inge Toft still stands imm c oil urea rut the UN" cl-.ie: presumably arrived at en arrangement with Nasser that would permit Israelmade products to move through the canal prov id ed 'hey were pre-paid by roreian purchasers. It was seemingly on the bass ct this crraBgemem feat the Creel-: freighter Astypalea scuch: uuuj through the canal son-.e tnree weeks ago. Nasser promptly halted me s.-.ipmerit. Israel reluctantly agreed tc the Hammacsl-.-clc-.\'usse: dtcumwmSSoa ct the law m me t.rs: instance—the law Tog so scrupulously holds except apparently v.me:e Israel ::icetned. He has seen that pas: : to Cairo nere'.y raised Nasser in h_s ; esteem cr.ct increased the d.ra.ors unw.ll.noness K c-eScre i_ during the %  *• an i ***' %  by LEO MINDLIN F OR THf younger generation, it is hard to beUavO that only twenty-one years separated World War I and II. Most o( the veterans of the second conflict were mere infants on Nov. 11. 1918. Many bad not yet been born. In the!*; eyes, the lapse seemed an eternity. World A.MU RorMlan do of th* m*rohndt d\ t+4 n T E S ..*. Gcamar.r. truly .denuo.es w.th this notion, cr a ne .s ..:•:.:.; has vvcunas rolicw.ng the Uni;y:;;:c.r :e ect.cn :: mt.liauon with the Anatever me reason r..s warning would seem tc ce scmewnr mtemperately-worded. pamru-m.y j ne .s serous -. mm desire to see ::: =o.e thmg me United Synagogue rec c: : Lea'oe:s of ere _c.e_er.care been oven two years to pence: me prss.ee value o: membership end vc --e meuaehmte decision a: tr.e organmot.:.. ; .me .r:. meetmg in Jerusalem. i: ; : comments may serve to s % % %  ".f5t 5 ;--Z -"V V-----"5 •'.•nose lead: ; —---' Goidmann's view r.ct as vesterday. flf(een yeari are p fwd lince ., ^SoLKk^Gcrmanys Rasping military effort. In a Admir h^nod during the "30's. the Th.rd Reich rose from the comparable period during here is that Hitler also settled upon)the> Bolshe, ik, his major enemj I 'his point, the d.ffereBees diminish ake the two post war periods h„:h heir and twin of one another. The ard. featuring Britain. Germany and France 3 S ,, ,„, l0 be well mgh destroyed in IMS. By the early 1950s w h th. re of a trade federation, the poUUco-military p ;, lern of pitted Washington against Moscow in the latest n of human civilization. WON'T l£T tUKOPt Oil W HETHER ONE WILL consider it egregious or not, the recent ecration rs a sign of the times—a firm hint that the European che-sboard is far from gone by the wayside. Two an-fomentcd world warhave until now failed to demonstrate th^ futility of the old battlelines. In the long view of history, it may be that more than two will be our legacy. And. if unquestioned German functions abefore, the new East-West division can give way to at lea-t one more weary if vastly devastating I in the internecine struggle that has for millenia marked ForEuropa. Germany, the killer of Europe, refuses to let the classical view of Europe die. That her efforts are foredoomed lies in her perversil Mngncss I ncient prejudices. Not the concern themselves with anti-Semitism, a particular Inch the Third Reich stumbled and fell in 1945 The i snd other such incidents of mIrate the eagerness with which German to npcat itself. \ Deu icha Reichs Partei. Otto I chairman of the party, last week in the Cologne vandalism, layhe blame fur resurgent German anti-Semitism on "Dr. Adenauer > ffcrent from the reasoning of Adolf eon, Thadde n a principal propagai list (or the 1 lleichs Partei, who calls th'' World War II -an irresponsible falstfieaJUon of German history for purposes of the politician ." mftt£D PiJtcf or KWS ML RIGHT-WINS Neo-Nazi group. DRP last April mastered more than the five percent minimum requirement of the total ballot in the Rhineltnd-Palatinate to send a deputy to the state legislature IB like much of a victory But VoL 18. No. 6 of "Facts" focuses a microscope on these otherwise insignificant staWhile the minimum requirement represented 87.222 vot> included v 2', 000 more than the party received in the ssme 1957, and in sonj? partof the state the Deutsche Reichs Parred as much a.£17 percent of the ballot. Tbe ; '< %  < PaTt> is onl> -superficially" anti-Semitic. A ^ former Col. Hans -finch Rudel liaison be' I S ns nf Arccntina and Germany, who fled to Braiil when fell, fnrold thousands of Rhineianders heard him invcu. ;T see_ ton C r € ^ ? :: P*-' : ':" oeny the purpose. : s.^.mcarre c: the synagogue in .-ie --oa.t.on of Judaism amply me S;..agocue Tne h.st::-.:: %  ;, I k the oentcality' of the House o: Nor w-.II cr o: me Z.;" I I r-e: = r-e c -.. tae i creo we_ i ; ossW ec-.o rs : ity. ft 5 "" SS over fee cont rihs> t~"~ J —v e-ent tc the contempor%  -_—--mmun.ty — in the err.ere o: ^rael no less than in the -ewrys n.stor.cal and i e locry ^ e-'~~ Z ~ =y v r -" '• Ke : ~-^n that J.~r 5 —'-'•'-%  < e^oordinarily j e -~ ".' ;:: c : f a e: Y depends -~~1 ?:r "" -"diligent pol." ——" 5 -*-' e o.aspora. as faTl-L^* cgsumstances however he oi W S2^J ,m, ? d S >' n =ogue re: -p= waen Dr. Goldmann '-• •-,"-"--":. ^ e exr -? v *lv political : -6 v~=--T ."r'* e ~ er : Pins with ak leaves, swords and diar failed to link the Deutsche Reichs Parte. lustrim past ,! "" Thadden remains as "subtly" anti-Semitic. umented v atlon Uag ^ pubUcation. p.r' To the contrary, he admits of wrong,, notably! -what was e DRPS belief in the equality %  w th. ,., h ceverly charge, "that utrtn agreement with Israel many Germans think l n^.; „u J "' : n has ** Preferred place." THl AS0MINAJI0H Of DINAIIHCATIOM to chaK^eTw ;;,'* V0 T n adden S "' g,C,r ••W"" S, ne ma eaSsML rffaJ mi,,,0n Jews "•• in HWer's wrong figures.' to excuse what was n rZJ. grfat difference if you use the wrong tiRures." Thus von Th-, i >"erence u you use the wron* h fo much of?h!':? 5UMMU ,hat G !" y Jew. are reand talk about i.^hl P T' "* %  *"* %  "People sit around sa Neation Art u u v f l ""'lion figure is the war form disseminated a" its i"' he Dcu,s ^e Reichs Panei plat" ul thai th, de',„, ,, / nven on in "un'eb declares: "Ws l,h..r .. ,,eI -""-"''!' of certain u.. K.W^U-I.-J .h. certain group, be *iHtWj ... the I for war enme. TTstop to aU | %  %  -h-ry action. ? von ;7'''n m the me city oi. y^ar U.er. e newspaper, h !" 5,,U m e and more trials. Look at ,„ lll( rv hunung party „ now ^ int ^^^ ... The •re not only 0 be found in the editorial m hc man of .he i T SP 4per h,ch Preaches undiluted hatred Wbere Mirring up dfrt^ eB1, ^ ,h y C ta *"* eve rha Dussseldisrf I 1 '' "•ut,chlanH W P ?' r lhe •Allgemelne Wochonseitung T !; i;;: P"l'l.vh,,l a cun'ou! ; f r ri rm,n J w "h weekly, which in. Novem"," ; „, u an d |e*hat artoru^iing ioterview w.th fulminating lpi '. Rcha Partef. incroe^anfi, .hssjuent and



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FridayJanuary 8. i960 'Jewishncrkiiar? Page 9-B \arvnincji\4 yours, %  >aum w HA^iwiew^nd what is to be watched for in the spring fashion collections will be of interest to all. So here is a "Watch for Roundup" of the New York Couture Group collections for the spring of I960. Watch for the inevitable reaction to the idea of a new decade: a fashion mindedness fresher and deeper than the mere shift of a waistline, hemline and shoulder width. Fashion fundamentals are newly all-important, with basic good looks and good taste the designer's most vital concern. Concentrating on strictly contemporary forms, fabrics and colorings, of where and when clothes are to be worn, how they must travel and adapt. New York designers have ignored the chintziness of period revivals. Watch for modern art, modern architecture and the strange new shapethat symbolize space and s| i il JS prime fashion influenc< The oxygen-filled pressure suits designed for astronauts sum to echo in the new puffy, capsule-shaped skirts, pouf and doiible-pouf hemlines, funnel sleeves and bubble hats and hairdos. The spiralling height of the new Guggenheim Museum, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, has spurred key New York designers to work in spiral cuts arid abstract silhouettes, folded and pleated Into shape. The new "expressioalat" painttm Gables No. 1 Address So. Alhambra Apts. I Bedroom-Welk in Clottl-Air Cond.tksrwra^Heeed-Carpeta<*m ca Kitchons B w et-in Ovon. Slow* POOL PATIO 1260 So. AUumbu MO 5 1091 Turn off U.S. 1 %  "University Ci. Jltotol OpMi daily 12 5 Unusual necklines, and often quite high, will feature the spring 1960 collections of New York's top designers. ing forms the Number One theme of print designs and affects the carefully cross-hashed new weaves of wool and cotton. The tall, poetically thin figures of modern sculpture are suggested in the high coif fed. long-waisted, longlegged look all designers emphasize for spring. Like mobiles, are clothes^ with loose panels, scarf collars, and* a welter of fluttering pleats. •JLfATCH for interurban, inter" continental and interplanetary fashion thinking. The knowledge that to more and more Americans, all the world is a city or a street connecting cities is reflected in the eitizen-of the-world air of even the most sporty clothes. Sleek narrow jackets (longer this spring), neat pleated skirts, soft silk blouses with tweeds, decorative brass buttons and braid pipings, small-scale' checks and polished, parchment wool surfaces, all reflect the I town-or-country mood of casual fashions. Every collection is highly travel-minded, with packability, weight and climate-defiance as prominently featured as contour and color. Watch for a poised-for-flight feeling throughout fashion, with repeated emphasis on a slender, flexible body-line flanked by wide, soft, wing-like sleeves. Some sleeves are literally all armhole, beginning at the waist line and circling out around the elbow. Others are funnel-shaped from a very deep armhole to a more or less normal width below the elbow. Still others are dolman-shaped with an archimj seam underneath from waist to cuff. Rounded or tubular sleeves on coats and suits are set in at a new straighter and wider shoulder line. Watch for news of a lowered waistline, neat and natural, hut definitely on a downward trend. even when centered with a normally-placed belt or easy sash. Slim, elongated bodices, hip yokes, inset midriff bands which curve down at the back, beltless tunics and low bloused tops all draw the torso longer. The ad vent of the low waistcd, fitted coat is marked. MISS IACHU ntDAH Rabbi Waxman on TV Rabbi Alfred Waxman, spiritual leader of Temple Zion and president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn., will be host on "Still Small Voice" over WCKT cb. 7 at 10 a.m. Sunday. Special guest will be Dr. Murray A. Schecter. Subject is "Fasting, Religion and Medicine." Feldan, Goodman Betrothal Told Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Feldan, 1444 SW 17th ter., Miami, announce the engagement of their daughter, Ratbel Harriet, to David E. Goodman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander M. Goodman, Clayton, Mo. Miss Feldan graduated from Miami Senior High School where she was a member of Phi Sigma Tau sorority and president of Debs BBG. She received her degree from Stephens College, Columbia, Mo., where she was on the Dean's List and a member of Pi Phi Rho, retailing honorary. She is now employed as an assistant buyer for Arkwrigbt, Inc., of New York City. Mr. Goodman is a graduate of Clayton schools and an honor graduate of the University of Missouri, where he received his Bachelor of Science degree from the school of business. During his senior year, he served as chairman of Homecoming and assistant producer of a campus musical. He was a member of Zeta Beta Tau social fraternity and served as its treasurer and vice president. He is now a second year student in law at the University of Missouri, where he was recently appointed the first Student Historian. He is a member of Phi Delta Phi law fraternity. The wedding is scheduled for Aug. 14 at the Deauville hotel. Anita Speisman Is Bride-Elect The engagement of their daughter, Anita, to Laurence David Schwartz is announced by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Speisman, 985 NW Slst St., Miami. The groom-to-be is the son of Mrs. Miriam Schwartz, of Miami WATERFRONT APTS. BOAT DOCK, 1-2 BEDROOM Fum. Unfern. Normandy Golf Course Section, References Required. $1700 to $9000. SHOREWOOD APARTMENTS UN 5-76WL 300 & 324 S. Shore Dr. UN 6-9705 personaliiod sorvico of the blackstone flower shops where you get more for your money ... un 6-1233 24 fioor strvfai •xctpf rosft hashono and yom kippmr WHAT MIAMI NEEDED! GOOD, FAST DRY CLEANING AT MODERATE PRICES FRfEDMANS CLEANERS 2922 CORAL WAY 171879th ST. i Beach, and the late Joshua Schwartz. Miss Speisman graduated from Miami Senior High School, and received her degree in education cum laude from the University of Miami. A scholarship student, she was editor and founder of the School of Education Newsletter, and belonged to Kappa Delta Pi. education honorary Alpha Lambda Delta, women's freshman honorary; Alpha Sigma Epsilon, co-educational leadership hononry; Gamma Sigma Sigma, women's service sorority, of which she was treasurer for one year; and Pi Omega Pi, business education honorary. Mr. Schwartz is a graduate of Miami Beach High School and the University of Miami, where he belonged to Beta Beta Beta, biology honorary; Alpha Epsilon Delta, pre-medical honorary; and Arnold Air Society, in which he served as vice president and treasurer. A Distinguished Military Graduate and recipient of the Convair Aviation Award, he was active in Student Government, and will attend medical school next fall. No date has been set for the wedding. JE 1-3167 JE 8-1619 Camp Deer field LAKE LURE, NORTH CAROLINA fa The Heart Of Tfce Slut Ridge Mff., Alt. 1900 ft. For Boys For Girls A FULL 9 WEEK, ALL INCLUSIVE TUITION FEE OF $600 (Treasaartetiea t Canteen txtroj Complete program of land I water sports Including Track 1 Field, Baseball, Basketball, Tra s ssae l kee, Trips, Water Skiiag, Aquaplaning, Bowling, Biflery, Swinseaing, later Coma Competition, Tennis fit ALSO INCLUDES LAUNDRY". CAMFER INSURANCE. LINENS, BLANKETS LOCATED IN POLLEN FREE AREA. EXCELLENT FOR ASTHMA. HAT FEVER SINUS. AND MANY OTHER ALLERGIES EXCELLENT CUISINE. PHYSICIAN AND REGISTERED NURSES ON PREMISES MATURE 1 EXPERIENCED STAFF. I960 REGISTRATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED REGISTRATION LIMITED. 0ce: 1501 BAY ROAD, MIAMI BEACH 39, FLORIDA BRACE SERVICE Spinal Bracts — Leg Bracss — leas e e l o c ro Cartels t Baits — Past op era tive Supports — Trasses — tlostk Stacking* GEORGE W. PIPER HI 3-3437 1739 CORAL WAY INVITATIONS a WeeMlae a BarMjfivaa • aasAUfivaa a Ceafiratafrea Monor/ammcd Accessories METRO MIAMI PRESS 23S3CerolWoy llie*k! 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Page 6-B John Wooley, -old boy of Largo. Fla., arrives a: Maori International Airport for a stay ct Miami's National ChiVfeen s Cardiac Hospital for advanced cardiac diagnosis, after money for plane fare and other expenses was raised as a surprise gift by Largo civic leaders and organizations. Shown here with John are Miss Hczel Rcndolph, chief medical social worker at the hospital, Charles W. Green, of the Greater Miami International Airport Lions Club, and the boy's mother, Mrs. Vera Wooley, of Largo. There will be no hospital bills for John here. To Organize New Orthodox Branch Watmn'l Branch of the UWon of Orthodox Jewish Conff*0aUoni %  • America "ill hold an or t.-a TMtday, l 30 p.m.. at the Coronet hotel. Purpose of the meeting is to organize a Florida chapter of Women's Branch. Hasten II Permtn, active in the national organization, and who traveli extensively on behalf of Or:: The Women's Branch of th< ion helpfulfill organin cial and cultural needs of participating Sisterhood by providing ram material on every phase. Judaism. It also offers courses in leade'-i ship training through mail nars. Much ol I rial li in a monthly paper. 11 i b> the I S rrhoods participating in the tea are Beth El, Bith R:: phael Congregation. Young ... I, St. B'nai Zion, Key W< rt Eti Hayim, Jackith Israel, Beth Israel. Beth Jacob. Beth Tfilah. Kl i -• ': 1-. el Torah T> n p i H brew Academy, and Temple Net Tamld. Friday, January 8, J9gg MS. MAX H*I*M THE FINEST FOR YOUR AFFAIR :."-' the :e cf the fc'';~ mg r:;~s: EMBASSY • VICTORIA • BRIGADOON KING'S TERRACE • ARGYLE HEATHER 5. rround -:s of e tosnm and '. tmy, hut m *erv"--'---: IM, C:.zs cf 10 to 475 c.-e cc:c.Timodoted royally for ofl cctered occotiont. 0**r*m;in Parkiaa UN 6-7792 HXAOPOWTHI OCEAN AT 9tffc STRUT • MIAMI ||ACH Five Physicians At PTA Institute Five physicians will participate in a PTA -ponsored study course Thursday. Jan. 14. at Cathedral of St. Sophia. 2401 SW 3rd ave Registration begins at 9 am.. according to Mrs. Louie Bandel. lent of Shenandoah Junior %  I PTA. Dr. Carolina B. %  r. gym t I II conduct :.rst discussion group, which schedules a film, "Time and Two en." Second sess: Dr Mar film. ••Br(t S filiation." Following lunch, afternoon • will include "How thi in. Soboard member; "Role of the '.nt director •How the Tumor Clinics in Dade County Meet a Need." Dr. Leon Mannheimer. Turn r Ri -What it Is.'" Dr. Joseph :".nik. Clo. ; :on will feature Dr. Donald Smith, president of the Dade County Unit of the American Brandeis Women To Hear Phillips i pen n %  .is i i p.m., at thi B h, chairman, will I i i wonut Gi Playhouse, who will -: PUj : I Southeastern conference of the National Women's Committee will occur the same week In At! Ga.. and the Miami chapter will be represented by four delegates led by Mrs. Albert I. Jacobs, president. Other delegates are Mesdames Robert D. Grossman, Solomon B. Margolil and Jerome Rado. In charge of reservation for the Jan. 15 luncheon are Mesdames Sam A. Goldstein. Herman J.u and Robert D. Grossman. G/unctemi with a Flair.., THI [(DMVILLE Complete Catering Facilities fr tliat Special Parly %  erred in an elegant fa-hion within a luxurious setting that ill refle t yoni good taste, CONFIRMATIONS RECEPTIONS WEDDINGS BANQUETS MEETINGS PARTIES Tote-a-l.te or a gala ition ith :(..' lueat*., /3s> BILL 'GOLDRING C4TCBNO WBCIO* |*y Sptnh*4 Kesber y Cofanaf AvaileMe /PHONE: UN 5-851 ON THt OCEAN 67th TO &•>•>• MIAMI BEACH Cancer Society, in a discussion of kr Inlormattani HAZIL ALLISON Ca.ta>Hn s Otrar, Jl 1-4M1 a % *h Si. a Oamni aa>.



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Friday, January 8. 1960 +•***!st ncrkfton Page 13-B Jym> W' is a new feat^^^LbaCJLijsiLEloridian. irsage is nftw.-fer' the asking, endm-ill be presented to each rdetaiIs en how tp rfffive i* ~* %  rcur ie r,pf a fcf,or.ih,/VW^ free COTMOI *e story, Barnard Asatanowicz j.ir Milzvah of Bernard Asatonkicz will take place Saturday brmng, Jan. 9, at Beth El Conegation. Rabbi Solomon Schiff U officiate. d is the son of Mr. and J tram M .lark AsatahoWiex, 2375 SW st. He is m eighth grade at lanuoan Junior. High School. •-. • Steven Rain frnplr Jtirtthi' wTiT"Ue the site he Bar Mitrvatr of Steven Rein Saturday %  aornama. i Jan. 9. is ih<^orr ofOlf.' and Mrs. lard Rein. has/btterr a student at the r ple religious school for the four years, and attends eighth 2 -i£ THI BtST IN KOSHER (DINNERS from $ IJI." :hoica of 17 *s\aj\ Courses ree Wine, Seltxtr AKnishes IE RETAIL DELICATISSEN 1141 Washington Ave. Beautifully Catered Affairs Call JE 4-2655 s grade at Ponce de Leon Junior High. The Reins will be hosts at the Kiddush of Sanctification following the service. Rabbi Morris Skop and Cantor Herman Gottlieb will officiate. a • a Sandy Behar Rabbi Mayer Abramowltz will officiate at the Bar Milrvah of Sandy Behar on Saturday morning, Jan. at North Shore Jewish Center. Sandy is the son ol Mr. and Mrs. Albert Behar, 840 80th st. He is a student in the religious school of the Center, and attends Nautilus Junior High. —* <. • Philip Bernstein Saturday morning services, Jan. 9, at Beth Jacob Congregation will include the Bar Mttzrah of Philip Bernstein. Philip is the son-of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Bernstein, 1013 3rd st.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Tibor Stern and Cantor" Maurice Mamches \rill Officiate. The Bar Mitzvah is a Seventh grade student at Miami Beach Junior High School. • • • Bennett Specter Bennett Alan Spector. son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Spector, will become Bar Mitzvah during Saturday morning seryjces^Jaji. 9 t pf jO A >; HI CAnt ro >4ffrs" m DEW4M MNEST rOODS COCKTAIl-lOOMBI IroifTfianal OldJelMe*ed DIMNERS SflVIO 12 Noen t 10 "••*. 1149S Biscayne Blvd. fSo.ef irood Coaseway) For Res, Ph. PL 141*1 FHEE PAnKWlO Music Nighty ITAR Dairy, Ve£ Fish Restaurant Oldest and* best known l d y restaurant serving WNCH and DINNERS. \ n 0t ", i* 041 *>MMJ,AJi CMffSf BACftJ 84 1 Washington Ave. JE 1-9182 Bennett is an eighth grade student at Nautilus Junior High, and attends Temple Emanu-El relig: ious school. His n'ftbbies include coin collecting and horseback rid; ing. Reception in Bennett's honor will be held Saturday afternoon | at the Roney Plazaj hotel. Out-of [.town guests will include Miss Mil j dred Spector and Miss Ida Som ; mers, New Jersey; and Harry Spector and Leo Block, New York • • • Lee Frumin North Shore Jewish Center will be the site of the Bar Mitzvah of Lee Fruman on Saturday morning. Jan. 9. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will officiate. Lee is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Simon Fruman, 6811 Trouville Esplanade. He attends Nautilus Junior High, and is in the graduating class of the Center religtom school. • Alan Bent em in Dinner dance Saturday evening will honor Aran Steven Benjamin at the Famous restaurant. Occasion will be.tkeCelebration of his Bar Mitzvah..Tan Saturday morning, Jan. 9, at the Israelite Center, with Rabbi Morton Mala vsky officiating. ,• Alan is the son of Mr. and Mrs David Benjamin. 2880 SW 16th st. He is in the eighth grade at Shenandoah Junior High, where he plays jn the band, and attends Israelite Center religious school. Kiddush will follow the servicl-. Out-of-town guests will include his grandmother, Mrs. J. Spielberg, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Benjamin, Mrs. G. Spielberg, and Marcy and Neil Spielberg, all of Philadelphia, Pa. SANDY PNIUP KKHAKD BENNETT WILLIAM attends the Temple religious school. Reception will be held In his honor Saturday evening at the Berk hme Out-of-town guests will include Mr. and Mrs. Robert Slutzky and Louis Berk, the Bar Mitzvahs grandfather, of Detroit, Mich. Also attending will be Mrs. Hannah Yerman and Mrs. Oscar Skolnik, of Detroit. a • • Bruce Hirshhorn Beth Jacob Congregation will be the site of the Bar Mitzvah of Bruce Hirshhorn on Saturday morning, Jan. 9. Rabbi Tibor Stern and Cantor Maurice Mamches will officiate. Bruce is the son of Mrs. Edith Samuels, 145 Jefferson ave. He attends eighth grade at Miami Beach Junior High School, where he is a member of the band. He Is also a member of Boy Scout Troop 61. a • • Richard Idels Bar. Mitzvah of Richard Stuart Idels fook place Saturday morning. Jan. 2, at Beth David Congregation, with Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg officiating. Richard is the son of Mr. and Mri. Reuben Idels, 3281 SW 21st st. Reception in his honor was held Saturday evening at the Famous Temple Emanu-ELJUbbi.4r>ini.resturant. W,U !" Richard is a student at Shenanjdoa'h Junior High and Beth David OPEN DAILY (ram 4 to 9 a.m. DINNERS %\M 0 MHMl From % **** WAR CATERING FOR ALL OCCASION* free Park UN 6-6043 Air-Cedd. Under Orthodox Vaad Hakaehruth The Royal Hungarian -, W3 f^JSSS FOR THt FINEST IN KOSHER CUISINE 731 Washington Avenue? Telephone JE 8-5401 yn The REVLIN HOTEL !" KOSHER DINING ROOM Kosher Dining Room — Now Open to the Public DELUXE DINNERS from $1.65 Under Rabbinical Supervision of the Orfhodoi Vaad Hokoihrufh Rabbi Dr. I. M. fver Collins Ave. of 13th Street Ph. JE 8-1545 ( religious school. In addition to his parents and younger brother, Robert Bruce, the Bar Mitzvah was honored by the presence of Rabbi and Mrs. Rosenberg, Cantor and Mrs. William Lipson, bis teacher at Beth David, Louis Gadon, grandparents. I Mr..and Mrs. Simon Warnick, and aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Powell, of New York City. M COWOlTlONIO ML Plllir KOSHER CUISINE HOTEL William %  ark Rabbi Irving Lehrman will offi date at the Bar Mitzvah of Wil Ham Berk, son Ernest Berk, on ing. Jan. 0, at Temple Eitianu-Kl William is an eighth grade student at Nautilus Junior High, and Students Will Visit Temples Hebrew Academy students will be visiting Greater Miami congregations this weekend to tell them about the Academy's educational program. Students include Donald Zisquit. David Shapiro, David Kornreich. Larry Finkelstein, Marlene Wil liams. Howard Lauer, Ivan Esterman, Larry Ciment. Mark Safra, Jacob Farber. Elliot Backman, Sheldon Ever and Leonard Rosen Congregations to be visited include Agudath Israel. Anshe Ernes, Beth David. Beth El, Beth Israel, Beth Jacob, Beth Tfilah, Monticelkj Park, Israelite Center, Kne ,seth Israel. Miami Hebrew Congregation, North Shore, Temple Judea. Temple Ner Tamid, Betji ShoJem of HoUywood, Temple EmanuEl, Temple Sinai of Hollywood, Temple Zion, and Tifereth Jacob. OPEN TO THE PUBLIC DINNER NIOHTIV 5 30 TO S 30 MODERATi ftlCIS Our catering under the expert direction of NORMAN ARROW will delight you. Tetteful food served n ample portion! by • capable iteff in en atmosphere designed for your pleasure end relaxation Overlooking the Ocean. Inquire about rates end facilities. COLLINS AVf. 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Page 8-B ftjfetvfe*/%***" Friday. January 8. I960 Sn tlte l^ea/m of Society Miss Finder, Physician Wed Miss Lois Charlotte Finder became the bride of Dr. Richard Myron Applcbaum in 3:30 p.m. rites Sunday. Jan. 3, at the Dupon Plaza hotel. Rabbi Joseph Narot officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Finder. 5342 Orduna dr.. Coral Gables. The groom is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Applebaum. St. Louis, Mo. The bride chose a ballerinalength gown of chantilly lace designed with molded bodice and long sleeves, featuring a scoop neckline enhanced with sequins. Her bouffant skirt was chantilly lace over tulle, and the French illusion veil fell from a crown of orange blossoms and pearls. She carried a bouquet of white orchids end lily-ofthe-valley over a lacecovered Bible. Maid of honor was Miss Gloria Applebaum. of St. Louis. Dochelle Linda Finder was junior bridesmaid. Dr. Samuel Berkowitz was best man. and ushers included Dr Irwin Potash and Norman Dewoskin. Newlywed Mrs. Applcbaum graduated from Miami High School, attended the University of Alabama, and received a decree in education from the University of Miami. Her sorority was Alpha Epsilon Phi. She ino a >chooi teacher. Dr. Applcbaum is a graduate 3f Washington University and received his medical degree from St. Louis University. He is completing his second year of residency training in pe.liatrics at Variety Children's Hospital. He belongs to Pi Lambda Phi social fraternity and Phi Beta Pi medical fraternity. Following the couple's honeymoon in Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, they will be at home at 6511 Santona ave.. Coral Gables. K.ilin MRS. RICHARD APPUBAUM Luncheon Card Party Sisterhood of Temple Net Tamid Will hold its first 1960 luncheon and card party Monday noon in Sklar Auditorium. Mrs. Henrietta Fine is chairman. A-l EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. FR 9-8401 Former Miamian Becomes Bride Former Miamian Marilyn Sandra Teitler and Arnold Gilbert Liebman exchanged wcddine vov Saturday. Dec. 19. '" Sinai Temple of Springfield, Mass. Rabbi Herman Snydcr and Jacob Nevaner. cousin of the bride, officiated. The bride is the daughter Of BIT. and Mrs. Emanucl Teitler, ol Springfield. The groom's parent, are Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Liebman. also of Springfield. The bride chose a gown of imported candlelight French chantilly lace fashioned with fitted bodice, high neckline outlined with seed pearls, long tapered sleeve-. and full skirt terminating in a chapel train with slight back bustle and a row of peau de soie bows matching the cummerbund. Her veil of candlelight misty illusion was arranged with seed pearl crown, and she carried a white Bible covered by white orchi -. French carnations and streamers of satin and ivy. Maid of honor was Miss Beatrice Teitler, aunt of the bride, tf Miami. Out-of-tcwn guests included Mr. and Mr>. llowa.d Robbins, Calif.: Miss Bea Kimelman. New York, and I. Teitler. grandfather. Mr and Mrs. Jack Teitler. uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Teitler. cou>ins, • and Missis Iiene and Mona Teiiler. all of Miami. The bri.te is a graduate of Classical High School, attended Laselle Junior College, University of Miami, and graduated from Davis Institute of Technology, Miami. Mr. Liebman is a graduate of Classical High School and Hampden College of Pharmacy. Reception followed the ceremony at the Temple. The couple honeymooned in South America. West lr. dies and Virgin Islands. urns. 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The bride is a graduate of Mi ami Senior High School and a mag na cum laude graduate of the Uni j versity of Miami, where she waa member of Kappa Delta Pi. ed iucation honorary; Phi Kappa Phi. scholastic honorary; Alpha Lamb da Delta; and was secretary ol Sigma Lambda Phi. women's ten ice sorority. She teaches thir grade at Emerson Elcmentarv School. Mr. Berlowe is a graduate of Miami Beach High School and the University of Miami. He belonged to Alpha Phi Omega, men'.-, M rv ice fraternity, the Rifle Team. wa< president of Intcrchih Council and M. I. C. A., and an in>truetor in physics. An engineer, he is a member of the American Society of Heating. Refrigeration and AirCondition ing Engineers. Masons, and a sergeant in the Civil Defense Police City of Hope Event Jan. 13 Fourth annual leukemia brunch eon will be held Jan. 13 at the Barcelona hotel at 11 a.m. The all-chapter affair of the City of Hope will hear Ben Horowitz, eastern director of the natmiKil medical center. Horowitz will present a charter to the newly formed Robyn Tubin chapter. Proceeds are for the Leu kemia Wing of the City of Hope at Duarte, Calif. "Queen of Life" will be crown ed at the event, and a complete outfit will be presented to her. as well as to the man of her choice. Participating are the following chapters: Sunshine, Mrs. Rudy Rindom. president; Coral Gables. Mrs. Seymour Friend; Greater Miami Men's Club. Adolph Rossiman; Palm Beach. Mrs. Ira Wal sey: Miami Beach. Mrs. Bernard I Hoffman; and Robyn Tubin, Mrs | Arthur Tubin. Miss Kratish Now Mrs. Lechowitz Rabbi Max Lipschiti officiated at the wedding of Carol J. Kratish and Irwin Lechowitz on Saturday evening, Jan. 2, at the Empress hotel. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Julius E. Kratish, 2931 Prairie ave. The groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Max Lechowitz, Bronx. N.Y. The bride chose a floor-length wedding gown of pure silk taffeta, featuring a chantilly lace bodice with long sleeves and sabrina neckline enhanced with seed pearls. Her mil skirt was appliqued with chantilly lace and seed pearls, termlnating in a lace chapel train. Tiers (it French illusion fell from a coronet of seed pearls. Matron of honor for her sisterin-law was Mrs. Jack Kratish. The ^room's sister. Mrs. Howard Erdrich, was also a matron of honor. Mi>s Myrna Lechowitz. also the -room's sister, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Sheila Katzman and Judy Young, cousin of the bride. Robert O. Slaughter waa best man. Jack Kratish and Howard Erdrich. brothers-in-law of the groom, Gerald Tcitelbaum, cousin of the bride, and Alan Kaufman, cousin of the groom/ where his attendants. The bride attendedthe University of Miami school of music, and is a member of the Miami Beach JayceeettcMr. lechowitz did his under graduate work at the University of Miami and Oklahoma A. and M. 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Page 8-A +Jml$tirk>rkm*n Friday, January 8, 1960 Friday. January 8. 1960 fJenisfi nartdKoun Page 9-A New Year Sees Spread of Hatred Continued from Poe 1-A chor, operator of a butcher shop thero, told police ho found • largo swastika paintod in red on Ma shop window. The words "choap Jow" woro paintod under the Nail device. He told polico he theupht the vandalism waa tho work of juvanilo prankators. Police began an investigation. In Hartford, Conn., a swastika wax found painted last weekend on the front of the King Philip School, at West Hartford. The school, a public elementary institution, is in a section of West Hartford heavily populated by Jews. In Tel Aviv, a non-Jewish, Swiss cook employed at Lydda Airport, near here, was arrested, accused of painting a swastika on the apron of a Jewish co-worker. For mally charged by police with "attempting to infuriate the public," he was released on bail. painted on tho front of Wildenstoin's Art Gallery, and on tha houso of tho carotakar of tha Garnot Hill synagogue in Glasgow. The vandals also paintod on the houso of tho caretaker, a Mothodist, "Jaws Go Homo." The facade of the Notting Hill Synagogue, located across the street from the headquarters of the Fascist Union Movement headed by Sir Mosley, was similarly desecrated last week. The European headquarters of the World Jewish Congress here were found painted Monday with red swastikas. In Paris, swastikas were found painted on a row of Jewish-owned found tha word "Judo" in lattars IK inchos high in whito paint noar tho door of tho Soitonstottangasso Synagogue. Polico said that an apparant attompt to smoar another building, which housos tho main offieo of tho Vionna Jewish community was interrupted by pedestrians. The words, "Out With the Jew," were found on sidewalks at Neustift in Waldo, a suburb of Vienna. Meanwhile in Bonn, a 22 year old carpenter, Ludwig Vogel, has been arrested in Scheinfeld, near Nu renberg, on suspicion of having painted swastikas and anti-Jewish .slogans on the walls of the local court building, the Nurenbcrg pubkou.es next to the Jewish quarter. Iic prosecutor announced. In London, swastikas were daubed during the night on the offices of the Jewish Chronicle, and on the walls of Woburn House, In which are located the offices of the Board of Deputies of British Jews, police reported here. Tho Neil emblem also was Federation Director Here Arthur S. RoeJchan arrived here Wednesday to assume the executive directorship of the Greeter Miami Jewish Federation. Roeichan comet from Montreal, Canada, whore he heeded the Jewieh Federation there. He eucI The vandalism was believed to be the work of young hooligans who are members of various right-wing groups with pro-Fascist ideologies. In Brussels, .swastikas and ant"Semitic slogans were found smeared on the wall of the (ireat Synagogue in Antwerp. The synagogue was one of five damaged by I he Nazi* during the war, and rebuilt ?everal years a no. In Stockholm, the swastika, and an anti Semitic slogan, were found Monday morning to have been painted on a building in that city occupied by a Jewish family. The slogan, partly in Bogliab, read: "Jude Away—Jew Not Christian." In Oslo, a 12 inch high swastika was found to have been carved at | the front entrance to the Palmira Chemical Factory there The plant j is owned by Jews. Monday, the facade of an office of a Jewish businessman, in the downtown section of Oslo, was also found dis figured with the swastika. Vogel was reported to have registered with the right-wing Deutsche Reichs Party last OctO %  ber, but had not yet received his ; membership card. The DRP is un der fire in connection with the Christmas eve desecration of the Cologne Synagogue by two of its members. Vogel confessed to having paint ed the swastika and the slogans — "Down with tha Jews," "German) Awake." "Dirty Jews"—on the court building walls lie said he did so because of his "anti-Semitic convictions." He is the fourth DRP member under arrest in connection with the spurt of anti Semitic incidents started by the Cologne synagogue desecration. Rappoport (left), executive director of the Southeast region. Zionist Organization of America, and David Goodwin, regional chairman of a ZOA-sponsored tour of Israel for Passover 1960. The newly-announced tour will leave here Mar. 28 and return Apr. 25. Flight will go directly from New York to Tel Aviv's Lydda Airport. Three-week stay in Israel and stopovers in Rome and Paris are part of the trip. Information i3 available at the ZOA office. 1370 Washington ave., or from Goodwin. 4320 NE 2nd ave. Hint German Party is Center of Extremism coeds Dr. Ban i a m in 8. • Reaonberg, who ia now dlrec tor of tho Boston womotnoeT Jewish Campaign. Tho outburst of anti-Semitic vandalism meanwhile reached Vienne with tho discovery that the city's only synagogue was emeered. A night watchman Austria Minimizes Incidents JTA By Direct Teletype Wire VIENNA—A delegation representing the Austrian Jewish community protested Tuesday to Minister of the Interior Joaaf Afritsch againit anti-Semitic manifestations in Vienna and the provinces, and demanded that the lovernmeot take atcrn roeaaures to prevent the revival of neoNaxteaa. Jewish lead e r s here found themselves in sharp disagreement Tuesday with the official Austrian position, which was to minimize the importance of the recent incidents. Their position was stated by Dr. Wil helm Krell. general director of the community organization, in a recorded innrvlne in WBafB, Be thar—4 that the Austrian authorities minDl'SSKl.DORF — (JTA) — A right-wing West German newspaper rominenied tins week that, while there might not lie "an incurable general Hitlerism" in West Germany, the fact remained that the two Cologne men Who confessed the Christmas eve desecration of the .Cologne Synagogue were only 11 years old when Hitler's Third Belch was smashed. Der Mittag. of Dussetdorf. said that the anli Semilism displayed by the two arrested men, Paul Schonen and Arnold Strunk. must therefore have come "from second band sources." Noting that the right-wing Deutches Reichs Party had expelled the two men as soon aa they confessed, Der Mittag said that anyone acquainted with the "political harangues" and the tomary practices of the DRP meetings' would hardly be a prised by the desecration acts its two member*. • Bureau of Jewish Education Workshops To Air 'Religion in the Public Schools' pcoThe Neue Ithem Zeitung. a leftwing paper here, commented editorially that, more Important 1 than the widespread revulsion displayed over the vandalism, was "the long overdue but ever-postponed self nothing more." examination" bj the German pie The newspaper stated arybod) s.i\s these rBndals arc bjoiated individuals, mad men Bui can any minister deny knowing that the Dill' is : %  run N.I/I H an ir.ition" Vet. nothing haa bota done against it The paper noted similar vandal ism at the DlWIBldOsi Swugogur in January. 1957. and added that the Communists were blamed and "Tho fact that the DRP repudietea ell thie says little," Dor ftimnn asleed "? ntY a yea r age. ien Reports Are Confidential tAshBaf •' Bark SBBJ P. Ahrens, at any Post Off** or Office of 1 district director of Immigration and Naturalization Service Office. Miami, the information furnished by aliens in reporting their adReligion in the Public Schools" will be the %  Abject of three workshops to be held concurrently Monday evening, 8 p.m., at Beth David Congregation, 2625 SW 3rd ave.. Miami; Congregation Monticello Park, 1060 NE 164th St., No. Miami Beach; and Temple Beth Sholom, 4144 Chase ave., Miami I'.eaeh. The workshops are sponsored by (he Bureau of Jewish Education in cooperation with the American Jewish Congress, American Jewish Committee, and the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. The workshops at each of the three locations will feature a speaker, pancli-t. buzz sessions and summaries of discussions by recorders. At Beth David, speaker will be Burnett Roth, Miami Beach attorney and official of the AntiDefamation League. The panelists will include William Alper, ', Lewis Sternshein and William Glosser, of the Anti-Defamation League, the American Jewish Committee and American Jewish Congress, respectively. Mrs. Milton B. Zoloth, Mrs. Ben l.imm Kamen and Mrs. Robert Nedbor, of the Beth David PTA. Chairing the three buzz sessions will be Mrs. Louis J. Wine, of Temple TVercth Jacob, Mrs Hem hard Chesnian. of Temple .lud.a. and Mrs. Max Qreenberg of Temple Zaraora. Over-all chairmen of this work ihop iMrs. Max Handahu, preaidenf of the Council 1*TA Assns. At Temple Beth Sholom, the featured speaker will be Jack Gordon, of the American Jewish Congress. Panelists will include Dr. Nathaniel Clickman, of the Anti-Defamation Leegue, Mrs. David Muskat, of the American Jewish Congress and Melvin Frumkes, of the American Jewish Committee. Recorders arc Mrs Irving Kush man. Mrs Fred Sheldon and Mrs. Joseph Pardo. of the PTA of Tern pie Beth Sholom. Chairmen of the three buzz sessions will be Mrs. Thomas Trent, of Temple Emanu El. Mrs. B. L. Fabric, of Temple Ner Tamid, and Mra. Malvin Engender, North Shore Jewish Center. Over-all chairman wHl be Herbert Berger, assistant director of the Bureau of Jewish Education. Recorders for the three buzz sessions will be Abraham J. Gittelson, Abraham Schorr and Isaiah Shafron, all of Congregation of Monticello Park. Chairman of the three buzz sessions will be Mrs. Jack Brown,-of North Dade Jewish Center, Sam Allers, Tifereth Israel, and Mrs. Stanley Clatter, Beth Emeth Congregation. Over-all chairman will be Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education. The Bureau of Jewish Education has issued a general statement on religion and the public schools for guidance of all delegates who attend, and instructions to chairmen of the buzz sessions, with questions in five areas: (1) Bible reading in the public schools; (2) prayers in the public schools; (:t) religious materials in the classroom; (4) Christmas— Chanuke— Easter; (5) baccalaureate services and Bible classes. All delegates attending will be leaked to complete a special ques tionnaire prepared by the Amen can Jewish Congress. The workshops are open to the total memberships of the PTA'a of all Jewish SChOOlS, the three civ lC defense agencies, and to the general Jewish community. dresaea has been declared confiIdentiel bv al.lute. migration and Naturalisation Serv ice. 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Page 12-A -Jmlstncrkltor Friday, January 8, Studying campaign needs for 1960 are these chairman; Sam J. Heiman. president of the top level leaders of the Combined Jewish ApGreater Miami Jewish Federation; Haroia peal shown at their initial campaign planning Thurman. general chairman; Sam Blank gensession here. Left to right are Irving (Bing) eral chairman; Sam C. Levenson; and Aaron Kossoff, co-chairman; Joseph M. Lipton, coKravitz, co-chai rman. Temple Sinai to Honor Dr. Krassne At Testimonial Dinner Here Jan. 23 Temple Sinai of North Miami will honor Dr. Alvin L. Krasne at a testimonial dinner Saturday evening, Jan. 23, at the Roney Plaza hotel. The 6:30 p.m. dress optional affair will pay tribute to Dr. Krasne, who recently resigned from the presidency of Temple Sinai be cause of the press of his dental practice. Program will include greetings by Sam H. Lubell, Temple president; Rabbi Benno Wallach, invocation; Al Sherman, first president of Temple Sinai, master of ceremonies. Distinguished guests will include Henry E. Wolff, past president of the South Florida regiion of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, North Miami Mayor Edmund G. Vischi, and County Commission chairman Ben McGahey. Rabbi Marius Ranson, of Temple Emanuel, Ft. Lauderdale, will present the benediction. Music will be by the Rafael Heaston Orchestra, with Chet Gale as soloist Chairman of the arrangements committee is Nathan T. Borrok. REPHUN'S HEBREW! BOOK STORE Largest and Oldest Hebrew Supply House in Greater Miami WHOUSAU ami RETAIL Complete Lin. of Hebrew Supplies for Synagogues, Hebrew and Sunday Schools ISRAELI GIFTS and NOVELTIES 417 Washington Ave. Miami Beach JEffersen 1-9017 Dr. Krasne is a graduate of the St. Louis University dental school, where he had to wait for two months to be granted his license because he was not yet 21. During World War II, he served in the Army Specialized Training Pro gram at Ft. Dix, N.J. During the Korean conflict, he was commissioned a captain, and served at Elgin Air Force Bate until his discharge in 1954, when he opened his dental practice in No. Miami. Merwitzer Named Guest of Honor Loms Merwiuor has been named BOesl of honor al '^iMT* K,.|,rrAcademy ditfirr sched„l„l [or .'.m. 24 at the Fontaineblasu hotel. The dinner will celebrate Mr. and Mn Merwttier'i !" :h b,rtn dayg and their 50th wedding anniversary. ,. Wolfie Cohen is chairman of the .nnual dinner. Dr. Milton Lubarr %  arrant ments committee chairnan, and Sam Reinhard and Harry r.enet serve on the committee of arrangements. Jennie Grossinger has been named co-chairman of the woman's committee, which is still in formation. Sixty Hebrew Academy students. ranging in age from 9 to 13. will present a pageant at the dinner inder the direction of Mrs. Jack Donnerstag. t. un Mats. MawrrzEi Lectures Slated At Monticello Dr. Krasne has served on the I executive board of the Alpha Ome' ga dental fraternity, is an active participant in the dental health M. ALVIN KIASNE program of Jewish Family and Children's Service, on the staff of Mt. Sinai Hospital, and has contributed scientific papers to prominent dental journals. He is one of the founding members of Temple Sinai, and the Temple's present site was largely obtained through his efforts. He has served on the board of trustees since its inception. Now treasurer of the South Florida Council of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, he acted as a general chairman at the recent biennial convention of UAHC here. Here, memory is forever enshrined in beauty Mount Nebo, Miami's oMeat and finest Jewish cemetery < jn l>e \our on)) • hoi< %  •. Ju-t j. ii has ahead) I n for ovei 1.000 other highl) rateemed J.i-li families, A Perpetual Care Fund exceeding $100,000 iyour assurance of IInever-chanping beaut) tnd there are no taxes, assessments or maintenance <•-1-. Your imti.il cost need lyatui onl) one. Details ill be gladt) furnished, in >"ur home, li> mail ..r phone. MIAMI'S MOST BEAUTIFUL EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH CEMETERY Anti-Semitism Discredit to Bonn Continued from Page 1 A mas eve desecration of the Cologne Synagogue. "It ia true," Dr. Boehm told &f h* JTA, "that East German (Communist) agencies are now manipulating these incidents in order to discredit the reputation of the Federal Republic abroad. However, I do not believe that the excesses were incited by the Communists. They are far too clever for that." Other government officials however, are still insisting that •'there s no real anti-Semitism in West Germany." They expressed the hope Tuesday that "Jewish leaders abroad would understand our difficult position," declaring they would welcome German visits by leader, of Jewish organizations to convince themselves of (he absence of Mil anti-Semitism in this coun"The Development of the Messiah Idea" was the theme of a ecture given by Kabbi Max A. Lipschitz. spiritual leader of Monticello Park Congregation, on Sunday. In the course on "Basic Customs and Ceremonies in Judaism." Rabbi Lipschitz concluded the discussion on the "Laws of Mourning" and began his lecture on "Cus toms in Infancy and Childhood" Tuesday evening. A. J. Gittelson, education director of Monticello Park religious school, continues a course in "Beginners Hebrew" every Tuesday morning at 10:30 a.m. On Thursday. Jan. 7, Rabbi Lipschitz was to substitute for Rabbi David Her.son in a course on "Jewish Tradition." sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education. This course is held at Monticello Park every Thursday evening at g:30 p.m. Beth ff Sisterhood Meeting Beth El Congregation Sisterhood will hold a luncheon Tuesday noon at Dora August Memorial Hall. 500 SW 17th ave., Miami. VOLUNTEER CHORAL GROUP Being formed at Temple Ner Tamid. Men & women who are familiar with synagogue choral music & who would like to sing at Friday Night Services and Holidays are invited to Call Mr. ZareHky UN 6-8345 or UN 61673 To Live in Hearts We Leavt Behind ... Is to Uve Forever? I PALMER'S MEM0RU "MWl 0.1, | Jtwiiri Most* meat Schedule* Unveilings SUNDAY, JANUARY 10 mf. PP### CMWftry NATHAN NEWMAN, IliM I Rabbi Jottph Narot Ml. iimmi Pert MtA RAM*. 1 p.*. Rabbi Solomon Schiff MOtfJS tOJS, 1st* .. Rabbi Lto J. Hem ANNA KOOCS, t p.m. Rabbi Herschefl Sevslle EMMA CCAfc. 2 Ms. Rabbi David Shapiro UfcetMe Meeaerkal fork MINNII COHNSTIIN. 4:30 R.m. Rabbi Maurice Klein "May Their Souls Repose in Eternal FeacaJ" ARRANGE AUNTS IT PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. I Miami Hebrew Book Si ISeS WA6HINQTON AVK. Miami Beach — JK a-*0 Hebrew R*lig. aua %  uoelloo for Synagogues, Schools A Private Uss] ISRAELI A OOMtlTIC OlFTS f Qnwjofa ( Hm;j A 6S05 Northw-.t 3rd St. PfcsjM MOhowk 1-7693 •-" % % %  %  • FOR D ET AI LS WRITE TO. Moun, Nebo Cemeiery S j 0 5 N.W. 3rd Sir-., Miomi, Florida \ P JZ I,""'' "'",""" ***+M **• on Family Bund t-Muh-s in Mount Srbo. \ NJHIC %  • • Address Cit% 7 ...... >nt .. Puie Rummage Sale Sunday Ladies' Auxiliary of (he North Shore Post of Jewish War Veter ans will sponsor a rummage ult all day Sunday at Stevens Mark.. NW C2nd It and 27th ave. Proceed, are for rehabilitation services at the Veterans Hospital in Coral Gables. MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION larr rose.. 1, SW ,2,h AVENUE LATE FRIDAY NIGHT SERVICES AND 0NEG SHABB0T Ri„ r j f0 THt 19t0 Beg.nmng Friday January 8, 1960, at 8:30 P.M. RABBI HERSCHEll SAVillf ISRAELI RELIGIOUS STORE All HEBREW SUPPiiFc mi 1357 WASHINGTON AVE. 17722



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Friday. January 8, 1960 +Jmlsti thrkHairi Page 15-A LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER riCTITlOU* NAME LAW V-ll.'E IH HEREBY niVBN thai relgn-d, d.slrlng to "IKMII In li, i.r the flctltous name of riit'UK HALBa at SIM K.W. -,, iv-mic, Miami.. .Florida, uilcnd. to mid name with the Clerk of ,,,, circuit Cfjart of J>ade County p.UN I.CN-A! HAIIIIV W. HR1GU8 iO* Ml Vi:i( M. Hlill.LIANT. Esq. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW VnTH-K IS HKUEHY tilVK.N that •hiundersigned, desiring lo eniutt In business under the fictitious name of ,Vl...lt S STEPS To HEAl'TY %  V 17U1 Ponce de Leon Houlevaid : liable*, Florida Intend to reg, name wllh the Clerk of the ; ,n Court of Dade County. Florida. u LEE ROT FOWLER l'KTEK VIZZI Owners P.ERNARD Ht'TNKR AltoMie) fOI OWMM 4(. ohmpla Building Miami World. t/1 .,.,..„ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW V..TK-R IS ITERKHT GIVEN that tin undersigned, desiring lo engage In -under the fictitious nuns of r \THER >H)N CT-EASBU8 TAIl-oRS at Mz • 71 **., Miami i ; ;,„.|i, Ha.; 214 14th St.. Miami Hears Hu, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I>ade County, Florida CELIA GREENBERG. Bole Proprietor l\l I. KWITNBY. Attorney f tinIJIW firm of ] *• Kwltney < M Lincoln Baa. ,„.,.„.,, IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 47413 B IN UK: Estate of i.l.HA w ElMllEU also known pl.HA h WELNREll I used. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor* and All Persona HavI 1.,11ns' or Demands Against Maid %  IOU are bersjby not If fed and requlr,,l i my claim, and demands which NOII may have aaalnst li% %  :..,A WEINREH also known >i.i ;.\ S. W.EINRER a. .eased late .i D.ide County, Klorida, to thr Couniv Ju.lies of l>ade County, anil flic the name In their offices In the Couni In Dade County. HITI.la. within eight calendar month., from the date of the first publication if. or the name will be barred. MARTIN WKINRKU as Executor of the Kstate of (Mica Welnreb also known as Olga S. Welnreb. LEON A. EPSTEIN. Esq. Attorney mcoln Road Miami Beach. Florida ^ ^..^ VMEHU BY HENRY LEONARD LEGAL NOTICE "I still can't figure out now Noah got all those ooimals into it IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 4S17S-B IN RE: Estate of LENA (1KEKNBERO 11. .-ased. NdTlCE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Maid Estate: Ion are. hereby notified and reqsjlrsd to present any claims and de. inands which you may have against 'the estate of LENA GREENBERG ,*ed late of I>ade County, FlorI Ida, to the County Judges of Dade County, snd file the same In their offices In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight dar months from the date of the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred. BARNEY KENT. Executor BERNSTEIN MILLER Attorney for Executor, Barney Kent t'ongress Building 12/ 18-25, 1/1-1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEKEIIY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ETHEL APTH. at (34 K.W. loth Kt.. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ETIIKI, WALLMAN IRVINE C SPEAK Attorney fur Applicant 420 Lincoln Road l?/z5. l/l-g-15 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 47MS-C IN RE: Estate of JAY JACOB MARaULlBS NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Clalina or Demand* Against bald Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you may have against the es.f Jay Jacob Margullea depressed l.i. of Dade County, Klorida. to the Countv Judaea of Dade County, and file the same In their offices In the %  v Courthouse In Dade County. Klorida, within eight calendar months the date of the first publication Dt the same will be buried JKANNETTE M. SETKU Executrix I'M WIIN FOGEL • ney .w. lsth Street Miami 55, Florida .„„.„,„;. IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 476S1-B IN RE: Estate of c.l.n i i: BAOBAB aCH NOTICE TO CREDITORS i. i AH Persons Hayslraa or 1 •.inands Against bald its: You are hereby notified and re quired to present any claims and demands which you may have a trains! the state of OLIVER BACH VK.\ II ib ns. I late of Ha.le County. FlnrII i, to the County Judges of Date Countv. and file the same in their offices In ihe Countv Courthouse In Dads County. Horlda. within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred. WWII. KACHARACH. M.D., and I'AMKl. NEAL HELLER. Executors, by Daniel Neml Heller. DANIEL NEAL HELLER. Attorney Rio Alnsley Building M.am, 33. Florida ,,„,.„.,„., IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, • FLORIDA IN-PROBATE No. 4*263-B IN RE: Estate of MORRIS PREIDIN. 1 >• .cased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor! and All Par—sal Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: foil are hereby notified and reil |o present any claims and demands whl.h oin %  • against the .state of MORRIS KUF.IIHN deed late of Date Countjr, Fk.rlda. to the County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In their offices n tu. Counbr Courthouse In Dade Countv, Horlda, within eight calendar monthfrom the date of the fit si publication hereof, or the same will be barr.il OUH81K PREIDIN, Eaecutrla of the E-tat"f Mori is Freldln. deceased BLACKWELL, WALKER & GRAY I lemen J. Ehi llch v Auomeys Hrst Federal Building Miami K. FloHd, ,.„.,,,,.. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEKEIIY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the flctftoua name of KIT KAT INN at J701 N.W. l.th Avenue. Miami Intends to .register sal* name, with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida; JACgi.EI.YNE FITZC.ERALD Sole Owner KKSSLER, OARS ROTH Attorneys for Applicant ,S 8.W. 1 BTreet ^^^y^ UNDER ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! vjewisti ftcrldtoairi solicits your legal notices. We appreciate .your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rales ma I Fit :!. %  for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE CERTIFICATE Legion Post Cites Feibelman Harvey W. Seeds Post of the American Legion has cited Miami attorney Herbert U. Feibelman, post historian, for his. work on the Harvey Seeds Post History. J. K. Williams, commander, said the history will be printed at Feibeiman's expense, with proceeds for needy veterans and their families. The citation also noted that Feibelman was unanimously elected post historian, and has served consecutively in office for the past 15 years, "a record exceeded by no other in the Department of Florida." Feibelman is one of the founders of the American Legion in Alabama. He has also held the office of trustee in the Harvey Seeds Post. For a number of years, he was Florida State historian. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW SOTKE IS HEREHI GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage inbuslneas under the flctltous name of S. MERCANTILE O >. at 12 V E Snl St Intend to register saw 4MUM with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I>ade County, H.-ilda. LOC1H HAC.LT: W1LIJAM SCHWARTZ 12'IS-Z. 1/I-* NOTICE FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that tlM niiil.-i Mnne.1, rleslrlim to enxaRe in husinei** under the fi tniou* nant Of Ml sic SERVICE COMPANY al UMI West A\.v. Miami Beach, Intends to register said name with the Clerk ol unit Court of Iiade County. Florida. HAN8EN PUBLICATIONS. INC. (a N.Y. Corp I 12/25. 1/1-S-ll IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 4S0T-C IN RE: Estate of SAM I EL Ai.ri.it. J •< • %  .... li, • NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors ami All I Having Claims or Demands Against Estate: You „ r e iii-reiiy notified and raqnlr,-.l t.. presenl .m elains anq .l.-inunds hli-h you may have against the estate of BAMVEL \I.IIK. lute of I sole County, Florida, to the (Count) Judges of Dads Countjr, and file the asms in their offices in UM county Courthouse in Dads County, Florida, uithin eight calendar months Ifrosn the date ol the first publication hereof, or the same will i.e barred. RiciiARli % %  Ai.i".i: C.LIKPi>Rl> I>. ALl'EK STANLEY M PRBD Attorney RIDA: KITH ALT, MIAMI. KU'ltlli.V; It V. i Allll.L. aMlAMI. KI.OKIPA did .n the 16th day of Mareh. AD. 1.'.3. cause to be Incorporatad under the provisions of Chapter sof, Klorida HUtutes. INVB8TOR8 BYNCMCATBJ olFLORIDA. INC.. a corporation. with Its (.rlneipal place of l.uslness at MIAMI. DADE COUNTY, In the State of Florida, and whereas the proper officers of such corporation did on the 1MB day of AiiKUst. A.D. 1.".3. cause to he filed In tli. offtCS of the Seerstar> of State of the State of Florida, a Certificate of Amemlin.-nt changing its oorporata name to MORTGAGE ASS< sMATIoN oh' FLORIDA, INC., and whereas the stockholders of such corporation did on the 3"th day of I'. i nrber, A.\> is* to bs In the offi'.of the Be. Stan f state of the Stale of Florida, a Consent of 11 the si %  und. i the |.roi > of said CHapter I -. I i"' Ids -j,' its* showing ths dissolution of such corpomtlon. Now. therefore, the Secretary ..f to I he I Koine and thai Iv I thai the nts -I la li ive been c im; i. I llli IN WITNEHH WHEREOF, I have rgy hand and affix.-! Do Gn SI S.-..I of the St.ite .rf Florida, at Tallahassee, the Capital ihls the THIRTIETH day of DECEMBER, A.D K \ OKAY, i.. iii etary "f si its i • |0 LIGAL NOTICf IN IN NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HKREHY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In the flciltoiis name of ,.t *:. \\. J2nd Street, ,h, Florida Uitend lo said name with cult Curt ofT'a.le County, i. RICE JOHN MAR MM.I. I -El.I.E. LEVINE CHRISTIE ne llldg., Miami wa tai 'A' Mll ;;V. ;; n ., i.f the Clrrloiida. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. MC11133 ANTOINETTE ROBE JOHEI'H. Plaintiff, vs. LESI IE MICHAEL JOSEPH. Pefcndant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION KHIJE MICHAEL JOSEPH h Street N.w Tork Cltv, New York TOO ARM KEgt'lltED to ser\-e a of your Answer to the 11111 of •""inplnlnt for Divorce on Plaintiff's attorney, ivtl. KWITNEY. 420 Lincoln Road. Miami Peach. Florida, and file the original Iii ths office of the ORDERED at Miami, Florida, tWs 16th day of l>ecember. A.D. 1 :.!>. E it LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida (a**!) JOAN BNEEDBN, Deputy Clerk. LAURENCE DIBKIN 114" N E mini St —Wl ia4M North Misml Beach. Florida Attorney for Plaintiff JS/1S-S5. 1/1-S THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT N AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 4120s-B RE: Estate mi AIIRAHAM WHITEHOU8E DeccasedNOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you may have against tliSS late of AIIRAHAM WIHTEIIolSE deceased late of Dade Countjr. Florllda. to the County Judges of Dads and file the ssme In their ffic.s iii the Conns) Bourthouas In Dade County. Florida, within eight ir months from ths data Of the first i here, or the same will be barred. SANI-oRH I WHITEHOU8E. ecutor RICHARD ALT8HULEB >>l SeylMild llldg Miami 32. Fla. l-ILiiiklln -153 II 1 1---C NOTICE FICTITIOUS NAMi NOTICE is lli:iti'.i'.v NOTIC* UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Ihe underslsn.-l. desiring o 'ngage \„ ,,,,-lne.s under the £***• "' of MRJAY st T2 N.B. 2nd Aw., Sflsml Intend, to reglst. r aMI nnm. with ths Clerk of th. circuit ( ourt of Dsda County. Florida. OF STATE MORT aA 0 *^ ,. | i Sols owner RAT FREEDMAN Alton M-pllcant TIM NE 2nd Avs. ltm m t .lt UNDER E LAW GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring lo engage In l.uslness under the fictitious name --f LET4TON REALTY at 6i NE. 174th Drive, North Miami Beach Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. • NEIL I.ENTIN 1/1-8-15-22 CIRCUIT COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY, FLA. No. MCI1722 MAGDA M. -KOTHE, Plaintiff. vs. LESLIE KOTHE. Iiefendsnt. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION YOU. LESLIE KOTHE. address unknown, are notified to serve a copy of vour answer to the divorce complaint on Plaintiff's attorney, Georgej Nicholas, 106 Btscnyne Hide:. Miami. Florida, and file original with Clerk of this Court on or before January IS. 1SS1. otherwise complaint will be confessed l>> vou Dec ll. lS. E It LEATHERMA, Clerk. (seall Itv: K M I.VMAN. l>eputy U/lt-la, i i -I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No 48200 IN RE: Estate of IMELI ^ l.i'i:\VENi:i:i:c, p... i NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All • tug Claims or Ikrmamls Aain %  Y-.ii are hereli> '"'I requli ,il t i present ..ii> claims and which 'In NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Oe FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. MCI1764 POLLY MAE WILLIAMS. stiff, JAMES WILLIAMS. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: -I \MI.S WILI.l VMS i Street MII-III '-• • ii: la You JAMES WILLIAMS, are hers. Ii\ notified that a Hill of Coni| I f.. r Dreoraa has bean filed against imi, and > on are ie.|ulre,l lo serve a of your Answer or Pleading to tlie Hill of Complaint on the plaintiff's n. v. GOLDMAN a GOLDSTEIN of AMELIA LoEWENHERii d— and file the original Answer or Pl< 1ceased lal.ol l'.oi Florida. Ing In the offl to the Honorable County Judges of \. and file the same In offices in thCounty Courtortda, within eiKl ir saoatha from the f the first puMlcatloti hereof ishns or demands t-> contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented M aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 73.1 14 of the Date liec.-mher 14. A.D !'' %  •:• WII.HI'R E. IXEWBNHERC, and SEYMi.lTt .T l-oEWENLIRi; as Executors of the I-ast Will and of Amelia I>.ewenberg r^eiSaf 1 KOVNXR A MANNHEIMER Attorneys for Executors l-R-15 f the Clerk of the Ch-cull Court on or be f ore the lth .I., \ of January. 19S0. If you fall to nt by default will bo t tfcen against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall l.e published ones each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH FLORTTHAN, DONE AND ORHERED at Miami, Florida, this 14th day of December. A H UN E. R LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County Florida (seal) By: K. M. LYMAN. Deputy Clerk GOLDMAN A c.oi.DSTEIN 2303 West Flagler Street Miami. Florida Attorneys for Plaintiff i2/i-!r>. i/l-l ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! i o n von \TIO\ or T FITS Lowest Prices — Quickest Delivery in South Florida Call THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN at IR 3-45